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C tAII aL- v I m t Jrt1tg tt U IJt io 1 EMOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 4e J t1I YQLIME Yy SPRINGFIELD KYl JULY t r t WEDNESDAY 7 1909 MWMIER 1iTEACHERS t4 = t 4JNSTrfUr To Be Held at The Graded School Building Beginning July 1 9r Continuing Five Days The Institute for white teacherstwil be held at the Springfield Graded school building beginning July 19th and con tinue five days All teachers who con template teaching in the public schools of the county must attend every day of the session of five days y Prof A S Mackenzie head of the Department of English State Qniver city will be the instructor Every one who may be assigned work t onth e program is expected to make preparation in advance on the topic assigned him All the people are cordially invited to be present every and participate in the institute at their pleasure Several citizens will be invited to discuss different phases of school work The in1S to make this week the best schoolweet of the year in order to enthuse and inspire everybody to Ins 0 best to awaken new spirit and more zeal in the term to followA The session will open promptly at 9 sum and close at4 m and every teacher is expected to respond at rolL call The syllabus for the institute will be mailed each teacher The syllabus in Iudes the course of study There will JeDo more to give out at the institute therefore each teacher should take care of the copYsent him and bring it to the institute TJo not forget Follow the course of study as laid out in syllabus i GOEBEt MONUMENT i 1ii Unveiling teremouies Will In September laHarrodsburgreceived from ormer Senatorames B McQreary chairman of the Goebel Monument Commission that arrange meats will be made at once for the unveiling and dedication of the monument over the graVe of Governor William Goebelm the State Cemetery at Frank fort sometime in September These ceremonies which are proposed to be quite elaborate have been postpone- on account of the illness of Arthur aridi Justus Goebel brothers of the dead statesman Both have written Senator McCreary that th tare much better and both will ttendtheiinveiling and dedication It is expected that Senator McCreary will shortly call ameeting o the commission ip Fran fort at whic details of the affair gill be arranged BasemTWO games of base ball were play d Mo day between the home t am and Greensburg the visitors winning the lr9t game by a score ot 7 to 1 while Springfielcrcaptured the second 1 lo 0 Spnnfifield for the most part played a weird unable to either bhitfeature of the two games was t pitching of Harry Shultz who pitched five innings of the first game and the five innings of the last and allowed only one hit In the first games the visiting team scored 7 runs IIi the first four frinings but were stopped after that Wilson for the visitors a south paw pitched masterly ball allowing only 1 scratch hit and striking out 16 men In the second game Shreve and Shultz both pitched fine ball before the home boys can play the game aslt should be played they must release one of their players liam e ly Old Man Inability tohit The team is composed of good material but this ringer is doing no good and should be gIven his ten days notice The games resulted as follows First game Innings 12 34 5 6 7 8 9T Springfield0 0000 000 1 1 10600000 7 Hits Greensburg 3 Springfield Struck out by Robertson lby Shul 7 by Wilson 16 Second game Innings vtl 23 4 6 Springfield 0 0 10 x 1 Greensburg 0 00 0 00Hits Springfield i jGreensburg 1 Struck out by Shultt7by Shreve 7 t I 2 Mr Wm Dinwid is Dead Mrs Jas H Lampto n was called to Louisville last Thursdj y by the death of her father Mr Wm Oinwiddie whb died from heat prostrai ion Mr Diri stocratirf85 years ago In 1852 e came to this country settling first in Illinois where he lived for one year le then moved madeP900 Since then he hasi nade his home with his son Robert lD uisville Mr Dinwiddie had Always been a hard worker as well as i fine business man and had amassed a considerable fortune i The funeral was hel Saturday af ternoon and the rema s interred on the old homeplace in Graj son county AFTER FIGHT Washington County People Are to Get Good TelepQ Service at low Rates Of Great Benefit to County The attention of the pe pIe should be called to the telephone sit anon in this byIetepthat some years ago some of theenter pr ising citizens of the cou ity formed a dbmpany to maintain and operate tele phone tines in Springfield ind through outs the county Some ti ne after this the Cumberland Telepho le and Tele graph Co attempted to get franchise frpm the Fiscal Court of this county out were thwarted Afte wards it attempted to erect its pole and lines at night but their efforts wer again abor tife however i nder certain conditions and by specific contract the Cumberland Co was gr nted a fran chise In this coritraatif was incorpd subscribersrat an individual or a com any by con structingtheirine towithi 1J miles of thenearest exchan e of thVCulh bef could demand that their linend be with the lines of the company and be furnished box a transmit ter receivers and servici at the rate of f2 per year Several sui have been brought in this county t compel the company to comply with their contract whch were fought throe th courts of this State and decided id versely to the Cumberland Company to the law as termsdthe franchise granted i he company the people of this county b building to within 1J miles of the neat at exchanger demand connection at t le aforesaid rate According to our un erstanding one man can build to withi H miles of liyhwants telephone service he can connect it4 the original rural ne and then- ay demand service by pajing the reg ular dues and complying ith the REA SONABLE regulations ot tel pnone cornJ panies This state of affairs has t en brought about largely through the efforts of Mr W C McChord to whom the thanks of the county are di e A telephone is not only a convenienpe ut as often a necessity an at the rate aregetheting service is to nhance the value of the property of hose having phones Therefore all fa mers should take advantage of this opportunity to get cheap and good telep one service fora 1mbe r or years Narrow Esrapi FalconlMa or narrow escape from serious injury uid possibly deathion Wednesday shortl afternoon He had driven to his home and sent his horse and buggy to the I am As be entered the house Hghtmnj struck two large trees undue which he had just passed splitting the bark c n both The many friends of Major Li sle sincerely hope that this just tour eous and in tellectual old gentleman miy be spared to his community for man years f Brave fire tad ies outtzn use s e and forget them It soon drives ou CuTQuickl curesskin Eruptio s Old Sores Boils Ulcers j Felons bdst Pile cure made Relief is instant 2Eq at Haydo- and Robertsons 11 ci i SALLY f-Ryton Williams 1 I ITAnd firing up from ashy bed Dupe i the ever pressing gloom sit wl h Sally and by jing r yearn for her like everything lalt wl h Sally by the gratetArid course affections craver fear AJas E ich time start to speak The relight flames with sudden he r i My Heart is brave when In the gloom outai to when firelight floods the- o And ihus we sit a apace between WHIcH mfght bridge with one rr rra E C ANGE 4 XCERPTS f Says g and Doings of the Press At Large 31 Adam ot the original rib roast when Eve firstlscolded himRed Man Try nd to be nice to his wifes relatives is awiully hard on a ads disposition Bourbon Stock Journal I The nibst miserable people in the world a e those whose hearts are always bleeding tor the faults of others ExS A re ich Catholic has directed that his f6rtme be used to pay for nfiasses for ths uls of those killed by automo biles 4Western Recorder Sun he vs Sunshine is the style of a div rce suit in llessamine county There o ght to be a little light in a caseo tli at kind Elizabeth town News the ouisville ball team were com IIf o elevator boys it couldnt give the jgc ing down sign With a more provokin jregularity Louisville rImes Some mi y have faults and who have ho ic The old as well as youngperhaps YOU ims y for aught YOU know have FIFTY to their one The1worldls 73000000 years old and o language 6000 tyears Prof L E Ward Brown Uni t versity nDont get too busy watching you r neighbos cornfield or the weeds wil- 4 f 0 And Ju t across the border line yOnceThat tainting firelight gleams again Arid still wes Jt lecan scent The f lce of her froc How earnestly topg tokick The t tocks from that speedl ig tlocHl But now the firelight reddens dee The coal are snuggling doWn to sleep And as vU aft beside the grate The sh dos creep aboUt our fe frigMyAnd In ths rosy glow she rests Her Head upon my joyous breast grow in y ur own 1Set the pace1 k after you r own businessKentuct Red Man IjSA husba id lied the following lines n gravedon lis wifes tombstone Thou ast gone betore me sleepTearsThe fore I weep 4 We see d every years 300000jwu more for liquor than for meat a id bread At this rate we will soon je forced to economize in our meat a id bread Glasgow Times What flow jrs are like young marriscouples 1 The swered quickly with do on her knees auntyBut r Itesstender muse o aid he wooed with tie y inspiration He sent by mail a ferve plea a poe n couched in words th it burn and thin from force of habit iie enclosed a st impfor its returnPa is Democrat The peopl are1ggoing to have their say in elect ons hereafter They are going to de hand that good men hbn orable men a id men qualified to fill tie offices be nominated And the Jat y that puts up the cleanest men is going to get the vo es Breckinridge News cosIcome toes And broke legs and arms goWhenAn accident ii surance co To pay for broken hearts St joins Republic A beautif statue once stood in market place fan Italian city It Lthe statue on a Greek slave girl ItJ presented the slave as tidy and well dressed A ragged uncombed little street child coming across tic statue in her stopped and gazed at it if- atlmiration She was captiva ed by itMoved by a sudden impulse she went home and washed her face an cpmbed her hair Next day her tattered cloth were washed and mended Each t I she looked at the statue she found q in its beauties until she w a transformed child Treasury Thoughts rA way out in Eastern Kentuck mojnshineI a The bass a growl and alto a whine tlove letter sent by a young man to hi is as follows DearI one my love for you is stron rer than cpifee or the kick of a mule When think of you my heart flop up an down like mothers churn dasher and Salikestiles I feel as though I could lift my thofjumethof delightfulness when are ear I cumyaway like a b uid u nowilWrite soon as you can May field Mirror JUDGE BELLth Presents Gov Willson WithaCob1 Pipe But Pities Him tshj Frankfort News A pipe made from a cob grown in Garrard county which is famo is as a producer of corn which has th rigs kind of cobs for pipes will be to Gpv Willson when he retdrns to Frankfort after his visit to Hatreds burThe pipe was made By a Demo was sent te the Gover ior by crattand C Bell of Harrodsbur jv C Insurance Commissioner re tfraiMrBeUudghte truthemeerschaum + J HABRODBURG June 28 1 J09 DEAR CHARLEYGive one of these briyother This is the celebrated cob wna in the best county on earth rringn Mercer and the handiwork is tha of good Democratic farmer It was a thought for many years that neer schaum was the most appropriate sub stance from which to construct a recep tacle for burning the delicious weed ro but today the connnisseur spurn that base mineral when he can secure 4 Gar rard county corn cob When weighted with are and official respo stl ility smoke the pure article in it and prob inwillgaalleviatedquench ed by the crystal water Ithfl IiIticsWC BELL PuhaesLrcsInterest tie Mr r purchased ifterest ista candidate for Sheriff and hag no the time toj give to his business hens his retirement Mr Shultz is an exh en cibeenTIknqwness The new firm will be known as Shultz Hatchett Toads as Bug Catchers higi25 a es forpt live toads by English aridFTench gar enPI ers The toad is a highly appreciated personae in foreign gardens Shelters are made for the toads shallowh lies and trorarduskProfessor Hodge of Clark University cotunrworth of stock on thefarm l ra k r MORTALLY i i WftUNDEO eoe Young Shot Early Sunday Morning by Hardin Warner If asShooting Occurred at 4 Negro Party r r Hardin Warner a negro living on tfee place of Mr J R Durham about sejW mtlesfrom Springfield waS apeated and lodged in jail MondaY charged with the offense of having wilfully shot Joe Young also colored Accorjdingto the statements of the wounded man and others there was a party of some kiwi t MadV Dung and Warner were present Late turday night or early Sunday mornr 1Ii1dItenceWe brother ot the accused were bay g a friendly scuffle in the yard ot Mb fran when Hardin Warner came up and Young demanded to be told the When he was told there was trouble but that the two were mere oDttbuedwithout warning the bullet penetratuir PJct r eaIat the negroes were generally cele sting shooting pistols ahd craps rid at Young dues sot realty know wljitf 1 ot him The negro who was shot is in a pr carious condition with the chine ag ainst his recovery Both are well knownpegroca feftLf ttdtenants J Deplorable Condition l ill he roads in section are in a des plqranlJconditi n from the effects of 1tplend the road is exposed r 0f time we hear the Road Superyfeoi prifacised for such maladies itidirelth he is not so much in fault as e- o willing to criticise A careful rollK geryer cannot but take notice of the thgrf dges to become choked upby filth refuse from their premises aDd er make an attempt to clear away watera i to flow freely through the cowditionsrap falls tne water is conveys to the flway thereby doing many dollar worth of serious damage when an hour f JIHwoqld v Why not have all thesewaterwiaya uncHpked and save the county ma jv ffiilins in the future Rea3er have you a bridge near your that needs attention in this wayT tso do not pet it off Fix it now Sans your vehicle and help to preserve the roajqsj With a little cooperation much goqd can be accomplished by doing lit things Do it now Ourbridg8also are in need of repair Many area dangerous Others becoming so 1 betterMedical Society Meeting s 1 Tlie Washington County Medical 80 jwill hold an open meeting at asant Qrove op July 14 at lba in program for the meeting is as fol Papers by Or J Hunts Peak elf Loufavllle entitled VWnghtVs wrw rx thinking Dr M W Hyatt Pubic Health ana Preventive Medicine DrC McChordThe Relation o tasc oper Treatment for Dysentery and wDitp rhoea The great mortality from dysentry qiarrhpea is due toa lack of proper eatment at the first stages of thediaE a Chamberlains Colic Cholera j d Diarrhoea Remedy is rehableQ4 fectual medicine and in reas = able time Will prevent any danger ti nsequences It has been in use for man years and has always met with varying success For sale by ThjrLeo aydon Drug Co r y J i r j I II I I I z tTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESN SDAY JULY1Z 1909l f L i J eI t ef tI LET US TEST YOUR 1EYESand fit GLASSES I AmsIN = I itt1 V Er RUSSELL +ZI Et4I1 li lil rliMe 4tIZHH FARM AND STOCK v tftemsof Interest to and J Live Stock and Rais rslj Corn ground cob and all together with a portion of oats makes a good feed not only for cows but the horses as well Something for nothini never works out Jintne dairy You must put the feed into the cows if you are going to Xdtf the milk out of them bark the sow which proves a good and treat her with specjal re gard She will prove a sblendid partner in the farming business JEvery farmer may pay his grocery bill with eggs if he will It is easy toj keep 50 hens and with proper care they aught tonet from 50 to 90 Itis best not to use trap riestsduring the summer months unless they can be looked after every half hour of the iensmaysuffer from the confinement f Cooling nonfattening foods plenty ef shelter wellventUated house and cleanly within should be the order of poultry keeping for the next ninety Vsu It Ba good sign tot see chicks eating iiOm their owners hand without fear and climbing upon his arms and shoul ders It showsthat they are well managed took after the proper culling of your lock at all times cocks and jiqn laying hens sln profits and should Se turned into cash at the first oppor tunity Dont gEt too busy to empty anj re nLdrinkmg vessels with fresh water A drink out of the northwest corner of the well on a hot day tastes as good to the Ttena asit does to the human family Do not consider tbe summers work well rounded opt until you have mowed all weeds and brush along iheside of the road You can add a hundred dol lars to the looks of your farm by doing the simple thing and at the same time prove yourself an enterprising farther Notwithstanding the large imp rta ti ns of potatoes from Europe the last II f the old crop is being dis IDsed ot at good prices and notwith standing the increased acreage this year it is likely that fair prices will prevail next fall and winter impressionrthatHprdeaux tu e is not At the same time it may act as a repellant and drive away We haye just onthe Gr atestLine of Spectacles in Central Kentucky AH the latest style Glasses and +any style Rims We can furnis i you with + the best gi ade ot goods tit at the Lovest Prices GREAT J3ARG t M tHiMI Farmers Poultry another Imperfect domestfc altogether brought certain insects It is simply a fungicide limeIle station on the feed njr offetlage to cat tie show that the sil igefed steers made a profit of 4 10 per head while the same grade of st rsfed on thesame grade of steers f id on the same food except silage lost L47 per head More silos should be bt ilt for summer use and it is not yet too late to planforthe cropI The most fruitfu source of contami inIcannot be taken o have the barn as clean as possible ani at milking tupe to haye as little distu bance of the atmosphere as possible tandling of feel and hay shooUldb e deferred until after the milk ren oved from barn- to tnemilk house r haveIcise and the growing of fqrage crops and sturegrass S is the best way tot solve these three uestions but above all things do not attempt to continue these summer cor ditions until late in the fall for there i rno time during the years management when better care is required than duiing the connecting link between warm and cold weather Encourage the b rds The farmer or fruit grower can n t possibly reach the highest success in his business without the aid except erhaps the English sparrow and ye they are often v ryI annoying during tl e ripening season the early fruits V rious methods have been triedita prey snt their ravages on the early fruit cr p with more Or less succes 1 Thef shaping of a tree should be done whezI it is you g The practice of al lowing useless hmb j to grow only to be sawed or chopped off wh n the tree is large is a mistake i every undesirable limb grown depriv s the other limbs of so much nourishmt njt Begin with the first year and tr lin the tree to the shape desired leav ng only such branches as will be retain d later on Dont stay in t he field too late A nan never make anything by overworking his horst He is certain to lose somewhere The strain may put him off his feedfaJ d you will be out of a hrse for seyei al daysA horse is worth from five to ten dollars a day to the farmer during cropping time and itpays to conserve iis energies that he may always beVif ady for the task m hand A sick or c ead horse can never aid the farmer at c opping time J If only the best fowls were retained and the inferior ones discarded as soon as they show th t they cannot keep I up with the othe rs there would be a t + 8M M I tke Ice Icej i Coupon books now on sa e 4 sfor CASH Onlyt + f1t OOf 1000 and 2000p- ouijcl icoupon books for isale at ten per cent 43 Discount IH f t Buy a booR and save moijey on your Ice th s summer 1 Springfieid 1atcand lf Electric o 4 f i if + H +3 9 eat deal of sqving of both time and pd and more room mijhtbe secured J those that are1 retained Inferior chicles or adults will amount to nothing Jt a loss in the end and they should gotten rid of before they cost the v ner more time and money Many 5 cung fowls that are kept until quite ge should be eaten by the owner nd thus save a small sum in the meat r e instead of entailing expense Where the hens have all the ground th jy need to run over they get a va ty of feed grass bugs and worms aid the rations you give them in addi- t n Water they most always get f njsher than they will if shut up And t n the exercise they have in running i t Swill does they great good Perhaps n i ifrI ut are free No animal or livihg crea ie does quite so well in the long run not in a natural state s an allyeArroundlayer the equal t lit Leghorn has yet to6e produced winter layers there is no breed t superior if the Leghorn is hatch el at roper time and proparly cared f r but my breed will lay many eggs if tuty are forced to roost oh fences m t es etc when everything is covered v i h snow land ice and the mercury r istering down near zero then forced t drinkingdterv ay they can manage In feeding young ducks stitrtwithone- t of chbjped hardboiled egg to four pjarts of bread crumbs for several days Then use equal parts of oat meal begmt me l with sharp sand for grit m have all the green food t ley will eat If y6udo not have grass runs for joar chicks supply them with some ird of green food Lettuce lawn clip lirgs etc re excellent Meat is an i ter import int item If they are yard ed they should be given green bone or f ood beef scraps but it they have free r ii ge find enough meat to supply theYtwill Plenty of sharp grit s hoiild kept before them rofeeding may beal right u they cajnnot properly digest their d unless they have grit A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was h ldup in his work health and hap i r 2ss beqoplconsumrtion tl kinds of remedies and teatment nohel1tilln was Wholly cured bysix bottles He well man today Itsquick to re lieve and the surest cure for weak or Jore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and plds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma iridall Bronchial affections 50c and byLAgainst Tobacco Trust ashington D C July l Senator Mr dley was among the Presidents call n today He foUnd the President te y hopeful of antitrust tobacco legis totipn and willing to do all he can to pr mote it 1he independent tobacco manufac u ers had a prolonged Hearing before ComIrts here were Messrs Strater and topof Louisville and Felix G ving who represented l the Southern intucky Tobacco Growers The independents strongly opposed ary increase in the tobacco tax but fia yxired the abolishment of coupons Sleep Sleep is natures te uilding period when the nergy used br the brain nuscles and orgaiis is1 re pevVcd If yoU lose sTeep four system is robbed of he strength Sleep shoiild ve Continued loss of Jeep multiplies this loss mtil you becdme a phys cal wUcck Dr Miles sferyine quiets the mi nted nerves and 1r gs invigoratingl10 tpd therefor eaves no had aftereffects For over two irs I sutfere4 lin 1old agonies myr friends thought I sleepfke one drunk coull not concentrate jy mind and was so restless and thotr Miles Nervine Itclt wonderfully twinged I am now on my third pot c and am gaining all the time Ian lie down and sleep like a child nd am able to do my workIt 1IRS MAY SCOTT English Ini Yqur druggist sells Or Miles Nerv lie and we authorize him to return 10 fallabenefitHiles Medical Co ElkljartInd 5pcit oBYROIIWli1 WH AROBIIjNSaton the telephc n b wire in front of my home this morn- Ing and jhlrped reprovingly at mjf bulldog carrying bones into the yard Thi sn she called swe for her redb reasted mate and together they tv ittered of love la i great elm tree al ng the road where the oletS bloo n and the lake laps joy ouslytupo i the shining pe bles And as 4 uri rolled a st ing of sod and set I- tsym m e rl any against mi new iris bed I caught a glimpse of Doctor Jb h nson emerging fi om the wood ahad of yquag treei upon his democrat wagon He chirped me a glad good m rntng as he lucked t Dobbins an hurried homeward to dress for brea fast and his day in tl e city And a fter Doctor Johnson cat le Bill Pelhffm a nature fakpr built ike a pipeclez ner who came to the suburbs with hardly enough breath to make first has e on a twobag hit I And i was great fun inthos days to watc Pelham dig a tree When he had bee me innoculated of the Imple life bug and injected with the iris of tred dIg ing he had to wear stiapson his wrls is to brace the tender n Iscles And hov the fresh air and the digging did put color In his beached rnt office fac and braces in his sp ndling back And y and by as I putters d with the fake Bill Patch cam along tto see about t ose rose bushes Da is and Woods nd Roderus passed wi i their plunder of vines and bushes M what a lot of resh air bugs And vp on the hill Doug R binsoa was still yawning in bed and asking his wit if it was a sunny morning Doug as vaccinated but it didnt take And tils is the way the simile life suburba iltes outrin my tow earn their br akfasts Down at the station Doctor ohhsoh tells you of w len he was sp ndling and weak whan his breath i as short and his head ached Look at aie now sald the doctor swelling heroically until one looks nervous y at his vest buttons and cal culates heir strength And Dlwell you know Elwe down blthe ipririgs Well he was a Chicago de tIst and he came out ere to die His was all run down nd re signed o his fate Today he is a hearty is I am Thats what his air and tre digging does for a mJn And t ic doctor is right We all stay too muc i indoors There is and happine is to all but no be happy v ithbut It healtl Idle Thoughts 1A rouble- in worth seeds of can spoil 4 worth oficlothes plant ng ten cents worth of spring peas tt tr Wealth never yet permitted a man towel a silk hat and a hp tcoat without belng laughed i atIfrxfr i To a bachelor who th t right attachment the greatest book in the world is a cook book J 0 j Detected Meb e youd like to put piece about n e In ypr paper quave ed the old mas hobbling up to the city ed itnrjdsk Whn have you done dei landed the arb fer of destirt Not In much a h iridred year oh yesterday A hindredieh yo i walk without a stick lmfWilS fin print without Nxg glasses You are an The o Id man broke down at d con fessed tl at hewas pirly InC veland Leader Nature Fakersx The Bj itt da Tribune man tells of a new broo of itynt nar hog whichrecently bien Imported Into that ounty These lugs liayo no kink in thilr tails like the ordinary hog Tht lr K Us are threecor iered lIke a imp anti verj large Whim it coyote get after thei they spring Irto the air alight on tlulr tails and wltl the rlpldlt ot llghtnin1 whirl around borlni the 18els no the ground pkit of reach of their emniy This fi rmor has amUe of f nee to build ai d will utilize the hog o bore the pos helps He stakes t Ie hog out whei ho wants a post holt and sets tho dog on him Tho hog torts a liole in a set niland when the hole is deep enough he farmer calls It out with a a1 of will fie then stakes It nutS where In wants the nejct hole nd peats tljj operation A mile o post- holes cat be dug In a day in this way These togs have such long hips that their hai is reach vicar to their slioulders and the whole hog cuts Up Intp hams shqulder lieadeliese and pigs feet they hde no t riderloln or side seat BYRON WILLIAMS r Young menslsuitswith plenty of grace in fontfancytrousers new wide spring cuff at bottoin 4 The shape that you find in in thfirst day will N pitahe lo wear so rnu4Ionker that theyre by all odds the Cheapest you divide the numberoi montis through which they give satisfaction into the price you give for the- miikII ji The RobeftsonGlaybrooke Co Incorporated Ml ZION Il 0 lie farmers of this vicinity are busy ha vesting their wheat Mrs T H McKee ot Bloomfield is Vis tingher sister Mrs GM Williams Miss SuannaHays fas returned ten a visit to friends in Springfipld aI Hon Richard Selby of Apache and father Mr David S lb of Eliza bethtown are visiting rip Wil iams and son Bruce of this county Several from here attended the basc ball game at Bloomfield Saturday ev nn 1Irs William Maxwell and children oftFamcutb are visitshg friends here Mrs Eliza Mitchell took dinner with Mijs Kate Williams Mrs Ella To mey of Lexipgton is taiMiBkomfield Little Miss Hazel Lutz is visiting1 her grandfather Mr H B Bonta Miss Sue Williams and Vesta Lee Hays dpent Sunday and night with Mrs iI Shelby PRICE R ii Hays Quite a large crowd attended the ns service Sunday flight There will be a basket dinher at Mt Zion the secoud Sqnday in July All 71 are invited to attend IPresident Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans haye been help ed bythe President of the Industrial arid Orphans Hopie at Macon Gar who writes t WefyweVised Electric inl this institution for nine years Jt has proved a mst excellent medicine for troublesWemedicines on earth It invigorates organs puriiies the blood aids di ge3tioncreates appetitefTo strengthen and up pale weak children equalBe3tat Haydon and Robertsons After all declared the guy there is no nature faker more dan gerous to the community this geezer that sold my wife a sealskin jacket for 1300 and which was found to be rabbit hide worth 29 I 1IREAp ml1 1Eue irttJn5tAND GET I FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to who Subscribe for Six Months ora Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALLATLAS t the Latest Kentucky MapUp T6 1909Full and Complete v Enpraycd especially for The iSvenftifcTost at a cost of 3500 colors on heavy map paper It contains six tilges 28x36 The Chart dloiie is worth JlGO theonlyUnitedStatesof the World wiUtCoatsofA page is eivenover to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year A Md Political Directory Kentucky giving Piestdcntia Vote State KentuckyfROM I Isaac child vital build Sure wise than all inches ocrauc and Republican state entral Commit SennorialDistrictsPopulationStatistics Lakes Philippiuestries The Original states and those admitted 4The Evening Post Kcrrtucky Governor Wall thsewhosubscribeforSix Months at Mail This price for those who cannot get The Evening Post delivered by Carrier or Agent Send for Sample Copy and full description of the Atlas or better subscribe today n gtthe Atlas at EVENING POST Louisville 1 SPECIAL Bitters THE WALL ATLAS THE EVENING POST SHARE I ro I J Augustus Wilson WITH THIS PAPERJ l1li 350 PER YEARt I 1 7 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULTt V iooo 4 r CHAPTER XUIi Was slow tonight The big TIM was nearly over yet of the props used in the part of the bill were still unloaded He was tinkering absentmindedly with one Of the wagons back lot and the men were standing about Idly waiting for orders when Barker Came tolhhnsharplyHey there Jim Whats your ex cuse tonight Excuse for what Jim crossed slowly to Barker The cook tent was started half an hour late and the sideshow top aint loaded yet Your wagons Ms ion the bum thats h what No 38 carries the cook tout an the blacksmith has been tlnkerln l sbapetsT Youre always stkllln1 was Bar kers sullen complaint Its the wag ons or the blacksmiths or anything but the truth I know the matter all right V i What do you mean byth taSk Jim sharply i JUPcarryln IWhather Jim eyed Urn with fi threaten ing look I got aplenty said Barker as he turned to snap his whip at the small boys who had stolen Into the back lot fhebigxpod as a sick cat since she come back n10htYes f Wasnt it She didnt show at til this afternoon said she was sick And me with all them people Inside What knowed her wattle to see her Give her a little time Jim pleaded She aint rode for a year Time shouted Barker How much toes she want Shes been back a month and Instead of bracln up shes thng1tor iImtiardtLook here Barker and Jim squa his shoulders as he looked steadily eaI the other man youre boss here 1 takes orders from you but If I catches you abustn Poll your bein boss wont make no difference You cant bluff me shoutedBarlver I aint bluffln Im only tellin you Maid Jim very quietly Well you tell her to get on to her job If she dppt she quits thats aHs He hurried Into the ring rIm took one step to follow him then stopped and gazed at the ground with though badaseen the changejn Polly He tried to rouse her it was nQ use She bad I tyizln Poll r he asked lookedat him blankly If she would only compWn he said to himself If she would only get mad anything anything to wake her But she di not complain She went through her daily routine very humbly ahd qufetl- She sometimes wondered how Ji could talk so much about her work but before she could answer the que tion her mnd drifted back to other days to a garden and towers and Jim stole away unmissed and left her witIfolded hand and wide staring gazing into the distance The memory of these times mad Jim helpless tonight He had gone hoping from day to day that Bark might not notice the let down In h work and nwthe blow had faile How could lie tell her One of the acts came tumbling out of the main tent There was a moments confusion as clowns aerob and animals passed each other on their way to and from the ring then the lot cleared again and Polly came slow from the dressing tent She looked very different from the Jlttle nglrl whom Jim iad led away from the par iri i rii Jc4wtL B T PtAYO COPYRIGHT S BY DODD HEAD AND COMPANY frore face contrasted oddly with her gUtte tag attire Re hair was knotted big on her head land Intertwined wit flowers and jE1els Her slender nebtr seemed scarce able to support It toiwe P a whit and cojored HOJPS askedI plent Pollys mind enf back to the glr agoip made his grand loquent announcement about the wo drfulacf about to b seen and her yes wandered to the inoonltgbseemed cold and grim nd dark She won dered whether he solemn bell that once called Is lock to worshlpi had becdme as mats her own dead heart She did not hear the whir of the great machine inside tie tent as it plunged occupantTheseroutine part of the strange cage dream through hick she must stumble for the rest t f her life IJim watched her In silence Her face was turn d from him She had forgotten his re lice Stargazl roll asked at length dr ading t dturb her reverie I guess was rim She turned to him with a Httlf forced smile He longed to lava her from Barkers threatened rebuke lHow you feelln tonight Im all right she answered cheerfully Anything you ant Want She turned upon him wit Startled eyes Thpre was so much mEjntJon jeIOh of course not Sue remembered how little any one could dq What Is it Poll he begged but she only turned away and shook her head with a sigh He followed her wlth anxious eyes What made you cut out the show todax Was It because you didnt want to rideafore folks what mowed youride afore bim mebboi1 iHlmr Her face was white Jim feared she might swoon You dont nnenn that he was Oh no he answered quickly o f course not Parsons dont come to places like this one 1 was only figure Inthat youdldnt want other folks to see an to tell him how ybu WAs rM In She did not answer fWas that it Poll he urged js I dont know She stared into space Was it vI guess it was she said raftera long time 4I knowed It he tried I was fool to abrunYou back You don belong with us no more Ob dont Jim ont Dont make me feel Im In the way liere too1 Here too He looked at her in as tonishnfentYou wasnt In his way was you Poll Yes Jim Shesaw his look of uu belief and continued hurriedly Oh tried not to be I1 tried so Hard Ho used to read me verses ont Of a Bible about my way being his way and my people his people but It fent so Jim Your way Is the way you are born Slid our poopa are the people you are born with and you cant change It Ttm nn matter hnw hnnl von trv answereIYou was ilk YOliIIaway hlmseiIt 1Will you answer me spmethln r sfhe met tits you loethe parson Poll 1Do started that It Her lids fluttered and closed she iIdps apart then fur dis A yYes Tim IllT afraid thats It The little figure drooped awl silo stood be unarmsell Jim en shook his bg stupid head Aint that hI7 It seemed such a short time to Jim since be had picked heruPia cooing IeIe watched the t ce diDerenterfrom wbat he you11nk e thathe asked after a pause s No not in that way She was an z lows to defend the pastor from eyentheI wisas trend and kind t l Qts but he ft carp that way Hes not like that hicm said Jim and be turned to go ralkshecrled h He stopped rind looked at her i d r astonishment1 It was the first tim that he had ever heard ihat sharp not in her voice Her tiny figure was blazing stiffened with decision Her eyes were If you ever dare to speak to him about me youll never see me again Jim teas perplexed Ul mean it Jim Ive made m charge and Ive come back to you i you Aver try to fix up things betweel- mhi and me flit run awayreally 1n truly awa y and youll never never gpt me jack He shuffled awkwardly to her side and reached apologetically for the Iiii tie clinched fist He held It In his h rough hand toying nervously with the tiny fingers I wouldnt do nothln that wasnt awantln Poll I was Ju atryin to help you only II never seem to know how Sheturned to him with tear dimmed eyes and rested her hands pn his great broad shoulders and he saw the platp where he dwelt In her heart CHAPTER XIV Impleme1oI IpadingI eac the 7 Polly stood In the center of thot tTJpntlonseem Impossible for her to rides t night For hours she had been whip ping herself up to the point of aping It and now her courage failed he the followed Barker as he came fro the ring pleasehupon her sharply fFell what Is It now want to ask you to let me off again tonight She spdke In a short rky desperate way What he shrieked Not go in t the ring with all them people Insl d w hats paid their money because they knowed you cantlean I Youre gettln too tony Barker otewas at that parsons house Y t Idnt stay there and youre no u ere First thing you know youll cut al round Out Sure You dont think Im goln to bad my bill with a dead one do y u1 I am not a dead one she ans el excitedly Im the best rid ymve hid since mother died Youve Id so yourself That was afore you otln withv em church cranks Ycii talk about y ur mother Why sbeV be ashamed t own coda She wouldnt cried Polly H seatn vestry was quivering with Indigo tI n I can ride as well as I ec cculd and Ill do it too Ill do It tom Prow Tcjmorrow1 echoed Barker What dc you mean by that thIat w Alt he was desperate now and trading Ifupsn a strength beyond her own I e looked at her with momentary In de felon She was a good rider the be t slficc her mother as he had often Jol her He could see this meant an herImalQUOIto Ba barlan but tomorrow youd belt ertsh w me your old act Ill show you she crledj sh W your Well see that you do He crossed the ring lint oily stood where Barker had left white and tense Jim canie toward from the direction of thd trago He glanced at her uneasily W ta he been nsayln to you He says I cant ride any mot- H e flips closed tightly She stared str light ahead of her He says was no good to the people that took me Intand Im no use bere1 JlrafI show bin Jim I Ill show him tomorrow Shi rurjied toward the dressing tent JIi i caught her firmly by the wrist Wait Poll You aint ever goin Into the ring afeelin thai way Her his defiantly ytWhats the difference Wbats the dl ference She wrenched her wrist qtlckly from him and ran into the dr jssing tent laughing hystericallyj Bala I rung her back to It plum bl iJim as he turned to glue orders to the property men i 1i Continued next week yearine u and ouniaJ IL5Q tI MAUD Irs Ora Crume an Mrs J M aYLlfteis visiting Miss Beuldti Arnold thjis Wf uk iliss Eva Inman of r Hillsborp is spending several w with h rflea frnnds the Misses M iY a t this place Irs Jennie Barlow sonDixie of Springfield have returned home at tei spending several days with her newer e Mr j M Montgoraerj and daughter Mi is Maggie were guessof friends a Hi Isboro last Sunday Mr and Mrs Charlie Lewis of new Bl omfieldwere guests of Mr arid afterfMontdgoriery Mr Louis Ki sch Jrot Nelson ugly were m Blcomfield last Thursday Montgomerythisof Valley Hill attend d meeting at Ne v Hope ilast Sunday TaYlorsvillestses ery Sunday rsJohn Stevenson f Mooresville Mrs Kate Shec maker Mr Ham She har Mr Croake of nea here land Mr Ge rge Moul of Moo svilJe dined witi the family of M M1 L Trout ma last Sunday isses Eva Inman anc Maggie Mort goriery were guests of Its Ham Pile of i ear Rooker Monday chithi y and Mrs Ed and Goatley of neat Valley Hill ft r Ham Pile and fa fly spent Sun davwith Mrs Pllejs p rents Mr an yins pla e attended the RlayesMdlvoy wet ding at Willisburg unday grandsonmo anc R MAr- nof attended county 0urt at Spring fief MondayIA iss Una Arnold if the guest of fri nds and relatives in Lexington this wetk oDeafness Canon be Cured by local applications as they cannot rea h the diseased pot ion of the ear- Th re is only one way tcure deafness an that is by constltu tonal remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dill n of the mucous lining of the EU tachian Tube Whe this tube is in ooilrand resultbeout and this tube restored to its normal destroyedtorby atarrh which is no hing but an flan ed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars berg Ca rrh Cure Send circulars free 7 J CHENEY C6 Toledo 0 S by Druggists T ke Halls Family Pills for const pat on J appointedr erImes Judge Walt r Evans of the Fee eral Court has reap pointed the fol losing United States Commissioners 5 Wi liam A Gardner I aducah George S lardy Russellville F R blurs Y Col umbia Charles Cr Bo Brick Lebanon and Henry F Cassin Louisvilie est Stomach Remedy Free tl at If the stom gn0 body is safe1 because so much dep ads upon the proper working of the tomach Many persons find themselves with a di or ler of the stomas i yhich pr dices dyspepsia or ap state of iousness you suffer from both stomach trouble ar d constipation you nre jn the way to vc ry seritms dlseas Fro n Just such co dl logs come appe dlcH s cheumatl- ssin diseases and slmila disorders er use the waste matter t sat should hamat I thFoutbl od and vitiated it W tat is needed tl Is j0lnt Is not simply a violent cathartic tablet or salt which us ally docs more 61ta n w itch peopl have been using for these al nients for nearly a quarter of a cenItry It cured J C Lanham of re nsburg Ala of stomacl trouble of s ndlng also William Voll of 903 Ellis sc n howeery u want to know from ersonal experl ci ce what Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsi n Ietdoiotour druggist and buy h regular botUoI n cents pr accord riS to the s a you prefer We could m ntton hundreds a d hundreds of families who are net er t so IItt klnc Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin If there is anything abo your allmem that you don t 11toanswer you fully There Is f3r service 1CaldwellMonticello 11 alebl The Rea Crofea Drug Eto ia if 1ir l DrW F Trusty Practical DentistiJSPRINQFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work 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COMMONWEALTHS ATTOfeNEVr C a Hill of Marion County L JEPRESENTATIVE D Graham COUNTY JUDGE B L Litsey Ny COUNTY CtEaicW F Booker CIRCUIT CLERK Robt Noe COUNTY ATTOIqEYT ScottMayes SHERIFFS Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JW Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett ASSESSOR W T Mitchell CORONER Dr W E Grume SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts Court News f On last Saturday in Judge Litseys court Ralph YaWs was put under bond i to keep the peace Mr Yates was charged with having kilted some poul try belonging to Mrs Ben Payne It was found that he had threatened to kill the turks and geese if they were aot kept off his place arid that later a number of these were found dead Mr Yates acknowledg thathe had made the threats but said tjhat he did so when greatly vexed and annoyed and tlwt he had not killed the poultry The court did not agree with him however sad put him under bond to keep the peace aid be of good behavior Monday was court day for the Spring field City Court The docket was not 4bevy and court was notlong insession The casp of Mcllvoy vs Yocum was compromised The case of Cheatham rlart1inon a writ of claim and deliv ery was also compromised the plaintiff takjng the cow ui controversy and paying the defendant 20 Steve IJTantz colored who was charged with being drunk and disorderly was given 1 and trimmings in Police- court Mondoy H Prophetic Dream 0 Harrodsburg Herald Miss Florence C6nway a Winchester High School girl was drowned in the Kentucky river last week A singular feature of the drowning was that en route to the river Mist Conway and her companions were detailing their dreams of the night be lore and she said that she dreamed that she had been drowned a the identical spot where she met her death Shek even predicted the rescue of her school mate Miss Bush and all the details of o the tragic eyent followed in the reality f HAPPY HOLLOW Mr Virgil Hanby and family spent Suhday with Mr Edward Hanbv and wife of this place Mr J M Shields arid family spent Sunday with Mr Solomon Kays and family at this placet JIbss Maud Inman spent Saturday iand Sunday with Mi s Myrtle Arm strong Mr Bepce Scottarid jwite spent Sat urday and Sunday withj their daughter Mrs John Crow Mr Tom Coulter hnd family spent- SaturC1ay land Sunday with Mr Samuel l Coulter and family j Mr T W Sutherland and wife spent Sunday afternoon with the family of Mr John Crow Miss Eva Inman has returned home aftef spending two weeks with the Misses Montgomery at Maud Mr Wes Bailey and Miss Maud Ir inari Mr Steve Scott and Miss Myrtle Arnistrong attended Childrens Night at Willisburg Sunday nigtt Mrs Rutha Royalty is spending sevi era weeks with her daughter Mrs s John Armstrong Mrs Edward Hanbyspent Thursday fternoon with Mrs John Armstrong Miss Zora Montgomery is spending several days with the Miss Inman at Sh dy Grove SENATOR KNUTE NELSON PLEASANT iROVL Mr and Mrs Henry Cole an and daughter Eleanor of Lebanon wenb a Judge Litseys Sunday Mies Mayme Donelly of Spri gfield is spending a levy days with R iss La yinia OConnor Judge an rs elecmah of prig field and Mr d Mrfe E Carlil j Litsey and daughter a Lebanon w re here Monday A Mr Andrew G Xa who recently- graduated at State CoHeee is home Of his father Mr J Sv Y ankey Miss Laura May Browne f Louisville made a short yisit to her i Tcle Mr J I Martin last week NThe Mission Class of Pleasar t Grpye church realized the neat sum t 35 at their ice cream supper given at the home of Miss Ellen Gregory on last Thursday evenmgrDrr J H Hopper was in Louisville on business Wednesday Miss Annie Raybourn of M ickville spent several days with Mr i nd Mrs S B Thompson recently Miss Sue Reed is the week Impsonat hereIMessrs d W T Lea hman were atB B Leachmans SundayIMiss Sue Duncan left yesterday for Kansas on a visit to her neice Mrs Oscar Sweeney Misses Lucy Brown arid Lizz e Leach man of Springfield are w th Mrs Alice Thonipson this week Miss Jennie Adams of Grunc y Home and Miss Sallie Adams ofHariodsburg visited the Misses Thompson test week Capt Wycoffs Maokyille luggers defeated the second nine of jbortown Saturday andhave challenge the Lit sey League club for a game in the near future Mr and Mrs R Mi Thomp on spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs L N Reed Miss Carolyn Jones of Lot isville is visiting her Trbther and siste j here A GIRLS WAY Horace I like to take a girl to a game of football HRrjold Why Horac She doesnt kno a thin about thjft game but she alw iya juriipt up and down and squeals Who js Yallcr po town It isall right sometimes to blow ones own horn but it is a good idea to let the otperrf ellow boost you 18 tq 1 in favor o Who would ha e thought itNot us after hearing theirSown ac- c unt oJ themselyes Ohyo Poortown wm certainly got licked We love a feood gamp but Qhlyou kils Batteries tor Mackville Wycpf and Sutherland for Poortown every pdy on the team but Hopper and Haj nes The fotjWycoffstwo hits for the famous slugging team Poortown has gone down in efeat X Dr G1BurtonRESIDENTDENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky Jfflce In Hafton Block up stairs Local News Notes L9ST A Gold Medal WlthI bmilh Sacred Heart Academy engraved on jtqReturn to this office Send us your mail order and we can deliver goods to your door BROWN PARIS GREEN Co SIMMS Ky The Ladk Aid Society of the Christian church will serve dinner on county court day in October School Tax for the year of 1909 was due July 1 G C Wbartoh Treas Born to the wife f Mr Walter Mc Laughlin in Greens burg Ky a fine ightpoundboy Dr W IR Morgan wishes to an nounce that he will train horses that have been spoiled and are too mean to driye See him for terms Born toi Mr and Mrs Frank Montj gomery on Friday July 2 a bQY If you want strong healthy chickens and turkeys feed them Enterprise Poul try Powders Positively cures gapes Sold by HA DON ROBERTSON Write Brown Paris Green Co Sirnms Ky for prices oh pure Paris Green i L0STOn ast Sunday morning a small white curly dog strayed off from myv home on Wall street Reward fojt any information of its whereabouts X MRS TONY BERRY Take your clothes to Links Rav to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable WorKsJruaranteed Buy Rapid Shm Stov Polish 5c per SHADERIBuggies andy Wagons for sate A C Kimball X For Brown doubleshovel fiv plow cultivators fourteentooth JHar rows Disc Harrows Tobacco Setters and American Fence call on i A C KIMBALL Wake up and order 100 pounds of Pans Green and we will make you a shocking price BROWN PARIS GREEN Co SIMMS KY The ischedule for the morning tram leaving Springfield and the evening tram arriving The tram will hereafter leave at 6 a m instead ofO a m and will arrive at 655 p m instead of 705 Pm Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pur white and healthful SAY Your Buggy needs Painting See A C Kimball at old Casey Shop 1 on gain street t OR SLEA latestmgcfer No 5 Oliver typewriter This machine is in hrstclass condition having been used only three months For further par ticujars and terms apply atthis office Try Kentucky Star FJ k Its made like grandfather used tor make it The ladies of tIe Maccabees will give an Ice Cream Supper and Spelling Bee at Willisburg Saturday July 10 A handsome prize will be given to thei villibeCalvin Off Sprmgfield conduct the spelling contest for the ladles i Work is now rapidly progressing on the new bridge at Fredericktown Trie span on the Washington county side has been erected and the workmen are now constructing the other span When completed the r bridge will be a very substantial and handsome structure Mr J Chas Greene has purchased from Mr Leo Haydori the laundry and newspaper business which the latter has conducted forurn time He willj have his place of business in the Redc Cross Drug torej Kentuckjf Star Four Best made WANTED Trustworthy man or woman in each county to advertise receive or ders and manage business for New York Mail Order House 1800 weekly position permanent no investment required Previous experience not essential to en gaging Spare time valuable Enclose self addressed envelope for full articu lars ADDRESS CLARKE Co Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AYE NEW YORK Jf I L JL 0 = IIIIIII PAYS TOIOUK I Be ueto eourDf1ereiJiLines I b fore making your purchasesII i AISTSI 50 I All NE Wno old 6nes2 t6650 I11 Ladies Plain id 3 50 II Stripes1to B Ladies Muslin War l A A vera strong line with us All pr ice J Dont rail to see it jjIII at dont fail see our MUSLINS Thousands of to All prices Look over and you will find you want L 7II GRUNDY Itc I NT IRE I The gross earnings of the peoples Deposit Bank amounted to 838092 The directors of this institution eclared a dividend for the half year of f ve percent after paid expenses forth halfyear taxes This is an enviable havij of the condition of the Bank sits safeand business likZpo Dunn the storm which stru ksP ngfi vicinity Y ster day mormng Mr ecjrical Simms suffered the loss of cattle which were in a shed on The storm was a severe ohe and no doubt other losses not report d tbsThe Sun were sufFeredTheRepullcan County Corn ttee is called to meet at the office of yfeiunty Chairman WF Gigsby on Satur July 10 1909 at 2 oclock pm for th purpose of i county convention nominate Republican candidates for various county offices to bq yoted for at the Novembe election The opening hop at Tatham Springs will be given Fridav night Thepances at Tatham are always most enjoyable affairs and are of the society people Mrs Worn ell alended stess will do all withih to make her guests have an time friday night The music iU be urnisl led by the Bardstown orchestra Last January We printed in these col umns a statement he Firsttional Bank that we thought could ily be improved upon THeir July statement exceeds even ha remarkably goop showing Their is indeed very enviable one i they hayenot only decIaied a dividend Of six per cent but hae added 52100 to their surplus fund aside from jaying its expenses and axes all out of six realitytoon the capitol stock provided thd next six months are qua ly as prospeious as the past six ijtead the statement else where in this issue Robt Wakefield formerly 4well known colored man of Springfield died at the home of his sister Bell T iryee last Thursday orB lehts disease The deceased had been rick since February and about a wee prior to hisi death came from his home in Louisville W hisI sisters Bob was the son of Uncle Jack and Aunt Mi lie Wakefielc both deceased and was 4 years of ag UnI til about sever 01 eight years igo he made his home h re but since that time has lived inI ouisville He was buried Friday af Twentyfive Cents isthe Price of Peice The itcling and smarting incident to certain kin diseases is al applyingChamberlains Forisale by the Leo Haydon Drug Co J nr Mothers Frierfd Boys Blouse All colors ONLYVL50 Clttts Motliiers can save money and time by buying this line You all know our Hosiery Lines TOPSY and BLACK CAT Thee have been our special lines for years 4 CUSTOMER AL f 1WAYS A CUSTOMER f THESE LINES WITHI I Hot Weather has Come Last So to Yards select from them Il what I calling to the Kentucky har statement inasmuch terrioon terrible ONCE To Mammoth Cavef Washington county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 15 going on regu lar morning train 550f a m Round trip for only 775 which will include the railroad tare board at Cave hotel Echo river route and great Mammoth dome route in the Cave See L N Agent i Bowel Complaint In Children When six months old the little daugh ter of EN Dewey a well known merchant of Agnewville Va had an attack of cholera infantum Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was given and effected a complete cure This remedy has proven very successful- in cases of bowel complaint in children and when given according to the plain printed directions can be eUedupo with perfect confidence reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant importancewyoung children For sale by the Leo Drug Co TryKentucky Star Flour So good Commissiohers Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky The Temple National Bank Plaintiff vs A M Alexander etc etc De fendantsE uit LBy virtue of a1 judgement and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1909 in the above styled cause for the sum of 150080 with interest tthe rate ofsix per entum per annum mthe7 day of November 1905 u iroyaid I shall proceed to offer for the Court lJ use door in Springfield KXu MONDAY JULY 26 i909 at 2 oclock p ml or thereaboutbe ing County court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six months thefollbwiner described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums Of money so ordered to be made The onethird undivided interest in 50 acres of land that the One fourth of 20tf acres of land known as the old Archie Mayes farm about three 3 WashingtopPerryvilleturnpikelane on the South by the land of J RIDurham don the West by PleasanttRun as the property of A M dQr AMOUNT TO BE RAISED Debt and Interest205843Cost 765 and 75008265 t Total214108l-or the purchase nrice the purchaser or purchasers with approved security Or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment A lien will be retained on land for which bond i executed Bidders will be required to Comply with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C Wi CC J t J Li Protect Your Families With Life Insurance can furnish ydu with Insurance thatis selfsupportirfe in case of total- disabiljtyand out contracts are guaranteed to lout in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydon or Lee VanArsdalc representing the Southern NationalLif- Insurance Co EI WIGGINTON t General Agent i IlagsIi Farmers who will contracttheir wheat to swillb loanedsacks FREE OF CHARGE in which to ship same Consult us about prices before selling elsewhere Ballard Ballard Co Louis ville Ky Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs Jennie Searcy Admr etc Plaintiffs vs John Seamy etc Defend antsEquityBy judgement and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1909 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to doorinMONDAY JUL26 1909 thereaboutbeingand best bidder at public auction upon thefonowinThe property ordered to be sold con cItyofboundedNorthernedShader having a frontage of about oackbyCountySimmsChord on the West with the line of Sotitpern thesamebydeed18th day of July 1902 and recorded in Washingtonr AMOUNT TO BE RAISED Principal of note 250000 25Estimated TotzlsiFo-r 25 the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinRlepaid and having the force aad effect of retamedI t r l c THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 7 r j r i r 5 i ROOFING Now is the time for that tin roof you want on1We can furnish you all kinds of v x Tin11 Iron Paper or- Ruberoid Roofing From S to S350 per Square If ynur5roof is in need of Re t pairs be re to see Us f c WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK PlunibiflgaSpecialty We also carry the Best Line in Town of Builders Handware and Farmers Tools yJIf you are needing a SEWING MACHINE be sure tp call on us before buying rter f1 Make Our Store Your HeadqU llatclieftAndersonSpringfield Terrific Storm j J Bardstown Standard A most terrific storm wept over this Vicinity on Wednesday carrying traction and even death iA its path desI far as learned only one case of life or per ona6 jury was wrought by the storm however several instances of injury to proper have been reported Among theseVthe shattering of the square portion of the bell tower on the court house The lightning struck the N E cbrner of the tower scattering bricks in all directions Fortunately the square below was free from pedestrians at the time or more fatalities would undoubtedly have occurred A horse belonging to Mr Jim Burns living on the Shepherdsville pike was killed by lightning A large locust tree in front of Judge Fultons resi dence was uprooted and fel upon the house fortunately causIng no injury to the building A grand Old locust oil the lawn ofMrTQm Spalding Jr was completely destroyed Double Celebration Harrodsburg Kv July 2Ne the recollection of any resident of Harf Yodsburn s there occurred such an elaborate celebration of any histbrical event as that which took place here to- daY to commemorate the 133d answer sari of our national independence and the 135th anniversary of the founding of Harrodsburg Th Mayor had by I proclamation declared the daya legal holiday As busy as the season is for the farm era arid others an immense crowd of town and country people began early to fill the streets which were elaborately decorated with flags a and national emblems The Celebration was under the auspices ot the Harrodsbhrjr Historical Society at Ffanktort and in addition to commemorating birth of the nation emphasized the fact that Harrodsburg was the first white settlement in Ken tucky was the cradle of the Commonwealth and with the exception of a few places along the northern lakes was also the first permanent ille ican settlement west of the Alleghenies Before a magnificent audience at the fair grounds Old Graham Springs property eloquent and patriotic ad dresses were delivered by Gov A E Wilson of Frankfort Judge James H Mulligan of Lexington the Hon J A Sullivan of Richmond and the Hon William J Price of Danville which contained frequent references to the prominent role played by Harrodsburg not only in the settlement of Kentucky but also in the winning of the North west Mr Nt Curry delivered the address of welcome and DrM V P societythe GOV JOHN A JOHNSON r iiiF EEEEE EEEEEEE rEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEFEEFEFEEEEEEEEEEEEE rEFte i A irsfCass Watch T Accurate TimeKeeper Fully Guaranteed J J3 t 3 3t t t J Jt t t SOUTH BE- NDWATGtfES t i1 J w wi ARE WHAT YOU WANT 2 w w t3J J J JJ JAMES J GRAVES r Watchmaker and Jeweler Springfield Ky If EEEEE EEEEEEEEEi F EEEEEE F EEEEEFEEEEEEEfFEFEEEfrEE J i r HOLDS THE HATPINS PRETTY VASE ESPECIALLY DE SIGNED FOR THEM J Meant to Hang at the Side of the Dressing TableCan Be Had lriColor to Match- the Room Not since some inventive mind thought of the long pin for holding a womans hat securely on her head has this weapon of utility and defense assumed such imposing proportions as to head and such prominence as it has of late The new style of millinery demands fiat ins of gigantic size and in large numbers This demand leads to anqther a place to keep the pins when got performing their natural Bervlcje for the fastidious woman Lever thhiksfo Jeavlng her hatpins in ier hat when she takes ft oft any more han she does of leaving her stays aced up as they are when she dip rForIns which are much too long to finds e anchorage in an a erageplni holdjlrahne side of the dressing table ready for use The h of the vase t road enough to allow the heads the pins to separate otherwise the jeweled and enameled knobs would be dlsasjSXIn Its asily into or be withdrawn fropi d 4 thl1peratlQnare beforeiheJligree silver with asolid base Enam 4ed holders are attractive and they can be had in colors to match the room The newest pin trays are dil bae pins are not mixed up with a kaleld scopic jumble Trays without such Part tlons should be reserved for a ce r tain kind of pins and then small cushions Will dp to hold the others No Wdman wants to be at the mercy of a jumbled up pin tray when she dressing in a hurry J Glass and silver combine tof make cnarming toilet and dresser ajticlesy The pin trays and small boxe de ofl thick beveled crystal set in Jut silver stand are most attractiv- T ey are daintier in rome ways than all the silver trays and have the ad vantage of not showing scratches It this crystalparUbreaks another one cai be fitted in In all else but the sh pe these pin trays resemble those dainty little dishes designed to hold sit es of lemon for afternoon tea The andbaepin tray are oblong as a gener tniig ome Made Negligee girl can make an attractive negll geel at tome of crepe de chine p of a dot pongee Tie effect will be s good as would be obtained by paying a large price for a shop mad article A girl with taste made one lrecently She chose polkadotted ere a colorel pongee silk A plain fitting yoke for back and front w cut ouble From this the garment was accdrdlon plaited stopping at a shor waistline She bought a bolt of ihchjwide Valenciennes lace insertir- for 6p cents This was set in the si in many rows before the material w accordion plaited Alfwlde fittedicol far extended over the houlder Remove the Price Mark Oft Wilma s It Is difficult toremove the pice jnark1 from china If rubbed with cloth dipped in lemon and salt the figures will disappear J r I IWTEETr EXTRACTED WITHOBT glrIr 1 00 0 on 0 00 00 0s QQti naINote is o QoVisitors In and Out of Towh a Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News 0QOOMiss Katherine Spaldmglof eba non visited Miss Bertha Haydn the first of the week MIss Mary iiTong who is ill f ty phoid fever is iniproving Dr Kelly of Lebanon was here Monday Mr FinleyixM Scruggs of Okla homa City is expected Saturday on a visit to his grandparents Mr and Mrs Charles R McE roy tProf ji L Harmon and wif of Bowling Green and Dr W E Cr me areIVISltllgMi s Ida M Young has retu ned home from Lebanon after spen ing the past two weeks with relatives and friends Mr McCampbell of Louisville ivho has been visiting atthe home of Mrs M L Durrettj has returned home I Miss May Mayes is the guest of Miss Mary Lee Taylor of near Wi lis burg Mr and Mfs 0 D Hatchett are spending the week at Tatham Spri is Air W F Booker is at Tat am Springs this week Mr Arch Hades and son Hinkle of Louisville fire visiting at the home ot Mr W H Leachman Mrs Nell Thurmati of Hunt vi le Ala is visiting friends and relatives at Pleasant Grove Mr Lucien Purdoni and Rob rt Kimberlin aXe ill of ty hold fever Master Thomas Sp ildihg ahd Mis es Catherine and Emily S aiding of Bars town are visiting their grandparen ts Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon Mr and Mrs J U rofBardstown will arriyeSaturdaytov1it- Mrs Rapiers parents Mr and Mrs L Price Dr R C McChord and wife ol Lebanon were here Sunday sMr HP McChord of Louis ite 1TRev W H Williams and Mr I F Pettus are in Georgetown this wee f Mr and Mrs Ji R Smith of Bloon field are visiting their son Mr Ke it Smith of near town telatter part of the week with friends it Fredencktowlit+Mr and Mrs PS Barber wlo went to Tyron N C several mont s ago for Mrs Barbers health return d home last week Mrs Barbers ma v friends will beglad to learn that she much improved Iahpart r to spend several weeks isMiss Virginia VVeisen of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs W B Leachman Mr Wathen Simms spent Sunday Wathene pf Mr W DMcElroy returnedhom today after a weeks stay at Packard Ky rbethMisses Flaget and Ellen Simms have returned to their home in Louisville Russellaland Prentice Boblitt are at Tathani Springs iMrsJ BI Peyton is in Louisville or111r J W Riedel is at Lotus this week v Mr and Mrs A L Jenkins whp have been visiting Mrs Jenkins par ants Mr and Mrs G D Duncan hav gone to Bloomfield to visit relatives BardstS1Claybroo Conlkoaereturnedt4ber PettuseMiss Sue who has been in Cubacame home Saturdays STATEMENF OF THE CONDITION OF THE First National Banki SPRINGFIELD KY i At 1 t the close of business June 30 1909 i L RESOURCES Loops and Discounts26698806 5000000Banking 743462Cash1nksl 6682927 Total L39o252 95 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 5000000 Circulation 5000000 3500000Undvlded 283655Individual TotaL 39525295 Misses Sue Duncan and Jennie Leachman left Tuesday for Wmfield KaIJto visit the letters sister Mrs Oscar Sweeney trUss Priidie Blanford has returned hem after spending several month in Louisville rand Mrs R H Edelen and son Joseph of Louisville were guests of Mrs Janie Willett last week MrstE E Buster and Miss Lucy Selecman left today for a visit at the home fMr Jack Beam near Bards town Mr and Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville have been spending a few days with Mrs Mangets Parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Messrs L 0 McCarty Shaker Rob ztsop and Joe Hogarty spent Sunday IIi Louisyille Mr and Mrs Jr L Allen and daugh ter Miss Mayme spent Sunday in Lou isville Mr A R ShultZj Jr entertained youngII AlbertIINoonan and Monday in Louisville Miss Nell Greene is friends and relatives in Louisville this week Mr Frank Willettj of Louisville is spending his vacatIon with his parents near town this week Mrand Mrs NtG yMarks spent a few days last week wIth their parents at Lotus Station fl iM Chris Hertlein spent Sunday in Louisville NC Misvi F Grigsby and Master Henr Marshall Grigsby have returned from a yisit to Bloomfield and Chaplin r Prof G oW Colvinhas returned home after aNweeks campaign in Whitley county mbehalf of better schools Or e and Rosser McCture have returned from a visit to relative at High Grove Mr Edwin Carlile Litsey and famK ly of Lebanon were with Judge Selec Mreland Miss Sarah are continuing heir visit Divorceiw a divorce on breathsDr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad breath end Liver trouble the illtemper dispel olds banish head aches conquer chills 25c at Haydon and nobertsons ipS Guaran tte t I jtf Gross Earnings past six 48BalfI p a 1179354 Disposed of Jis follows Paid Dividend Nb 75 of six 3i00j0iAdded 200060PaidPaid Taxes 94061 8046Leaving 117954 r A C McELRQY Cashier i AdamsReed Miss Nellie Reed and Priio Clarence Adams whose engagement The Sun announced several weeks sgo were mar ried in Louisville today at the residence oCDrJSLyons Pastorof the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian church ir Lyons performing the ceremony The contacting parties are both mem bers of fine old Kentucky families amE are very popular young people td whom congratulationsMr andsr 1MrdfAdamsthe orphans Heres To Ben Johnson Enterprise The Hon Ben Johnson our worthy Congressman made allying trip to this city Wednesdayand during his fcriet stay met quite a number of his frezishere Mr Johnson is a typical Kentuckian tall and well Quilt is in the bloom f manhood and a picture of health Few men have been more successful than he and the secret of his nccess is due his preeminent fitness for every work he undertake and his determined pur pose to do it right He is a man of few words twit a man of quiet quick effec tive action He thinks and considers well before doing and stands by his de cision fearlessly and without faltering In all his career his excellent judgment has made him a prpmirient figure whether in the convention Hall or at any bfimpartancewhile he has been fortunate in his un dertakings and accumulated a goodly share of this worlds good he is unas suming and ever ready to lend a helping1 hand to his less favored but worthy neighbor He delights in making others happy Unwavering fidelity to friends is another characteristic that has won him highest praise at many a firesiderand made his name a household word in many homes Without flattery it can be truly said he is a true man worthy Of anY honor that mar betodferfed upr on him Such men are a blessing to the county the state and to his country XJt is little wonder that his party in a tinieof need holds out her arriis to him and invjtes him to lead her back to the days when the sun shone brightly on her and blessed her to the time when her umt was ner strength and when her great man their sons and daughters undivided sung songs of triumphant victory from every hilltop and in every valley of the grand old Commonwealth Here is to you Ben Johnson old Marion county is for you for Governor first last and alt the time She has faith in you and believes you aTethe man of the hour tJ No- Rubber Rini gAirtight 8s 1lrfotlP its- Fish Vegetables Fruits TRY A ZEN TODAY f Springfield and Washington county are cordially Tinvited to call at our store and inspect this Wonderful Jar It is guaranteed from start to finish and if they ate not what we claim we will refund your money Call at our store and let us explain them to you Katie Hertlein Bro a I t a k 15 iTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1909 c ti ir fIIIWt- t r jIi 1I t J r j j 1r q i d t iB wt irf I tf 1 I 1r il 11 j r J A Free Trip to We Kentucky State Fair I lJiij Youmg Man Young f l r 1i A I j I Would you like a trip to The Kentucky State Fair11f so here is your chancefi lt It1 trtI jJ r The kentucky Farmer a highclass weekYl agricultural journal at Lou svilla Kr will furnish a free trip to thef11 J t KentuckY State Fair the wee of September 13th tol19th including Pilliblished e hot wys hyo nights lodging and b li Fi a rstc ass boarding house lunch at the lairv admission TO the days an 1 nights and street car tare to and from t fJ 4same and a years subscription to The Springfield Sun to any young man or lady living within jjo miles ot Louisville whose cures 12 subscribers tucky Farmer at 100 chor who lives between 50 and 100 miles of Louisville and secures 15 f5 t subscribers or who lives between 100 and 150 rules of Louisville and secures 1 8 subscribers or whQ lives between 150 and20O t I1 HSl itl miles of Louisville and secures 20 subscribers t j tt obtainedY t J wt expenseWrite I ltnow J iI r tIwjIGrownper nnc may also fblro olonforroeorthsoffer ll lr i vli y entertainingDont f tor JJ0 i tI j a ti THE KENTUCKY FARMER ll t +r r rn tiic J riy y j k Jc 322 Pau Jones Building Louisville Ky 1j5 i V it 7f ii 1X 1 cl 0 f Y i r Is a f tt j 1 fi l 1 I lrJIi l 1 i r J Humor The temple of art devoted to that peculrar form of entertainment yclepf polite vaudeville was crowded to euffocatlca as Messrs Biff and Bang the refined sketch team and sidewalk conversationalists stepped jauntily toj the footlights In response to the deaf ening applause MessrsBiff and Bang bowed condescendingly as though it kurt them t Without further preliminary Mr Bit hit his partner on the rear of his am pIe trouBters with a stuffed club re marking Its a wise man that knows Ills own mind And Mr Bang not to be outdone in exchange of pleasantries 1promphy buried an ax in the skull of armari that minds hiss own nose whereupon the Intelligent audience creamed with delight and voted Bitt and Bangs the best ever And yet they were a frost in the London hills commented a man in the front ow The English have no appreclatlonof- teal humor wr Polspned by Honeysuckle One of the most favorite and beiautiT Irut of our tamers Is the common honeysuckle but it would seen to bare its dangers The London Lancet mentions a case occurring In the prac ticeof DrEngli of VoideD 4n which a little boy two years old was ppjsoned j by its flowers s The child after being In the garoenj playing with the flowers became and drowsy and then complained bl thirst Our contemporary describes the symptoms that followed and adds that the boy made a good recovery some1daysIcs and that it should be known that some far1 the varieties at all events are toibe specially dangerous when picked Great Cunos ty The manager of th side show Amounted the platform Andhere ladies and gentlemen he remarked Impressively as he placed his hand on the long flowing locks ol man we have one of the greatest curiosities this broad country has ever known And what is so curious about him asked 1 voice in the crowd Why ladies and gentlemen he is a real live dyed in the wool Indiana poet fhlSspringword flshing W T J WEEKLY H d r COURIERJO URNALv I Henry WatUrson Editor r r f Is a national wspapetDeI1Qcra IC in J politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 JJ a but you can get the WEEKf1Y COURIERJOURNAL 1f tt rsr l ThE SUN hLBOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONE is r il SO If you will give or send your order to ahs paper =not to the Courier Journal t Dally Courier Journal one year 600 Sunday Courier Journal one Year i 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper 1 t TO SAVE THE BOYS ROBERT RAIKES IDEA IN TIN IG SUNDAY r SCHOOL lovement That Is Now WorldWideI HadHumble Beginning llfiRTCity One Hundred YearsIAgo One Sunday morning a hundred y arsagoa workingman carefully d essed fn his best suit came out of hs house on the mainstreetof the old gUsh town of Gloucester and t scrolled leisurely down the hill The New Inn was fronted then isat ayby a square garden overhung by Ijhe carved galleries of the tavern T ere was a moss clad well in the rc nter and about it were bedsof s ree smelling pinks and columbines But the calm of that S nday morn in g was destroyed by a era Wd of street bi iys who fought over th flower beds making the daI hideous with their noise and coarse talk The printer fpr printing was his wirk on weekdays In the m dst of the crowd and looked steadily at tlje boys Presently he said to him self At this rate those boys will scon go utterly to the bad That must n tbe There are good possibilities in them Here bOJS1 he called aloud u tome with me pushingIwn own h use planning as he went hotY to keep them there If I am going he said presently uto- Ist irt a school for you Now and here shall bea free school I will be then te Cheri Fie boys received the hews with shouts They werltoo ragged and to on Sundaysmy VJ lXll Nil other ecent place Vas open toi th m The next Sunday his house was cr wded with the same class of chll clr n The idea of a free schp lon Sunday appfialed to every CJiViPtian as a most hopeful plan for the rescue of children frc m wickedness It spread through thi town through the shire through Er gland It was adopted In France- an Germany It fnade ltd way to Aus trs Ha and to the United States Now 111levBllile start told wltnout money andI wl hout pricer Jn the staid oUt city of Gloucester the y still show yOu the New Inn and dlItRalkesjthSunday school From Rebecca Hartl Ing Davis Three LIttle Stories NI holas r GET MARRIEDIve t st vies lowest dices snd do best work Samples at this office i MEHEMED ALI BEY Turkish Ambassador at Washington Dont Preach pont Bome11ra ant the same time sendi your orders for job rioting o tof town You homeI printer can do your work just as good and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the city mans prices because he pays much less for runniex pen es By sending your next printing order to this office you ll be better satisfied all around and youll be beeping the money at home V l l l ler rr1etCbO rttartil tl txcia t ttr a tt aftt rfO IffMFORA FARM of 28O Acres i Ii Situated 4 t2 milts from Bardstown on Coxs Creek iI oThis farm contains 90 acres ofgrn Plenty of good TOBACCO LAND Fine young orchard Dwelling and outbuildings A bargain at 50 an acre 0 0 For further information officerr 0 Ie ite0erl etleo P 0 0 t OgOO O 1aactit 3Clilooon MR BRYANS PLANS In response to repeated demands from yvt9 section of ti tlnlted Bute Mr Bryan will conduct a vigorous Campmlan of Education through The Commoner and aaslat In the organization of An educational club in every precinct IIThese clubs will promote the work of education arnqng the voters on all political questions aff American people To advance this educational plan each issue of 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husband is looking straight at us Now I defy any man be his life ever so blameless to her i speech like this unmoved unstartl d For tack of anything better to do continued to scratch letter words and figures in the moist earth with the ferrule of myblackthorr Now here was a nice situation for a comparatively harmless cotton broker to d himself in My work at the office fii ished I had decided to run down to Midland beach for the sake of the sail and for a swim and a little supper at erwards ton the dool veranda of Stove s The Excursion boat Fayo ite was due at her battery dock but was not yet in sight among the heat h aze that the Lohg island shore and Stamen island So I had found a seat bn one of the Battery park benches among the heterogeneous rabble tnat fly thither on a summer afternoon for a breath of sea iranh was patently waiting the ai riYal qf the boat V Then and there had cornel tl e voice rousing ine from my droWsy occupa tion of writing on the earth vith my canetip Oh twas foolish foolish to come she went on Butou see for yourselfI jouldnt help ii How was I to know hed be herei How indeed I sat elb ws on knees straw hat tilted down ever my eyes apparently still absorbed in my terrestrial writing With your hat like that aid your head all hunched forward he i ay not see your face she way saying I hardly knew you myself excep by the shoulders1 No one could IptakeI those sho lders Inlhernotice if you wfiggle like tl lat I wish I could see your face to find out If yell are afraid Youve always boasted yjaud dare anything or me t wonder how you are daring his The situation was trying Here was a woman with a wondrous sweet voice talk ng familiarly with m Yet- I cjsuld aot turn to look at her Then an idea to me f Laboriously I traced in th sand with my f1neIt Is all a silly mistake You coward hissed the voice you bring all this onniean then speak of the affair I thoughts beau tiful as a sily mistake You dont understand I wrjte I dont want to All I know is that you asked me to meet yoft here to sail to Midland Beach with you and to come back by moonli ht I came like the foolish girl I wife=and the very first petS TS n the crowd is my husband I turn to you for help and you tell me its all a silly mistakOh she br ke off abruptly in a scared tone What do you want me to lo I wrote Sit still I have a plan First I must get rid of the bag and then What bag Why the lunch of course Dont yell remember I suggested putt ng up a little lunch we could eatcn the sands in the moonlight Its such8 a jolly lunch she went on regr jtfully pate de pie gras and salted almonds and biscuits and fjettw e and creamcheese sandwiches n rown bread acid a pint of andrthe kind of macaroons yolike I put it in a handbag He mustnt see it- 11l0 I scrawled miserably Its on the blench besjde me Im going to drop it at your feet as if by accident and then get up and walk away asv though Id just been itting here alone for a few moments rest Wait till Ive been gone a mjhi ite or two and then pick up the bag and stroll along the river wall towar Is the Aquarium and lose yourself in the crowd He cant track us bot and whichever one he does follov can swear to utter ignorance tha the other was here But if he se s me with the bag Oh you must take it You will wont ott tjacedOhIm going to drop it i made one despairing eft rt at sanity I Who do you think I am I w ote Why Gabriel J rdhishe whis pered reproachfully Are you crazy What sort of a question to as met Oh Look out Now this reproving enunciati n of my name finished my mental col apse It was time to end a farce of hick I could make neither head nor t ill I started to turn for an explanatlo But as I did so the soft thud of a fill at my feet attracted me There 01 the ground beside me lay a silvern ount dsatchelIn monogrammed silver tag still swinging from the imp ct I looked up from the bag t the direction whence the jVolqe jIand had taken perhaps ten steps when an arm was l mine antiwas drawn aside fihree hors later r Chief CQ rtiys- office at QlIce headquarters j the tangled skins began to straighten I rr Ji I vt My partner hastily summoned from his Long Island home the president or the Aaron Burr National bank even the pastor of the Twelfth Unl tarian church had in turn arrived at the central office to be crossexamined as to my identity and respectability At last the chief was satisfied and i departhutwhatever it was was past my curi osity as well as my selfassurance reasserted itself and I demanded as a freeborn taxpayer a full explanation of what I now termed my outrageous arrest Lets begin with the bag I BUg ge ted What is there in a handful of salted almonds and a lettuceand creamcheese sandwich to inflame the cupidity of the New York police department The luckless satchel bad been deposited with the property clerk and placed in the safe ioru1andt 01Of a bags Surely an odd way of putting up a lurch The chief looked keenly at me when the disgorgement began but at my e amazement his face cleared Opening one of the bags he tender ly drew out a half circlet of diamonds that gave back the electric light in showers and rainbows of radiance alted almonds I groaned Bar sac lettuce sand ibid you chance tread of the Boyd jew l robbery in this mornings papers he queried We got hold of a meiiber of the gang at noon today He old usthey were going to carry the jewels tp Savannah They had chartered a little tramp steamer that was to anchor in the upper bay this afternoon and send a boat ashore to the lattery for the person entrusted witHfthe plunder No one but the man w o had engineered the whole affair knew who was to be sent south with beentlIlm we caught knew they were tob satchel hei described to us So I had 50 plainc thes men in Battery park all arternooIfwIth orders to keep an eye on anyone carrying such a bag and to arrest him as sooaas he made for ajiy of the landings w Mulroohey here and two other men saw a Woman shes the wife of the leader of the gang come into they park and sty down Her photo is up stairs waving his hand towards the rogues gallery she had the bag and seemed to be scanning tire harbor for her boat She is the woman who served two terms at Auburnfirst for forgery then for shopliftingandshe must have recognized our men as old acquaintances So she saw the game was up and decided to lose the jewels and save herself When she passed the bag to you and you started for the landing Mulrooney nabbed you She got ajpay safe in the crowdworse luck putI protested youre mistaken somewhere She knew my name and and she knew my shoulders u I dont know anything about the shoulders Mr Hardin broke in Miil rooney but she couldnt have helped knowing the name if she knew how to read Youd scribbled it in the earth with the ferrule of your cane about a dozen times before she sat down be side you 1 dont know how you people feel I remarked getting to my feet and for the third time that day squaring my luckless shoulders aggressively but Im enormously glad a woman With a brain like that got away free it was worth my missing the Midland Branch trip p Bobby on the Giraffe It was the first time Bobby hatt ever seen a live giraffe and he was much impressed bY the curious animal This was wliat he wrote In his composition book The giraffe Isa skyscraper that can walk about and the biggest rub berneck on earth When Noah took the giraffe on the ark he had to build an extra tower in the toot to keep the animal from butting his head Sis says she wishes she had a neck like a giraffe when she eats ice cream because it would taste good so much longer I wouldnt like to be a giraffe when ma washes my neck but ld like to be one when I stand outside of the baSbball fence and ther are no knot holes Vicars Cur9us Bequests Some bequests of auunusual nature were made by the late Rev Arthur Gilbert Glnllestone vicar of All Saints Brixton Hill London Eng land wholeft estate of the gross value of E 14820 He bequeathed E to each to the organist verger blower and 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H Weekly was the guest of lira T A Tatum last week iI G C Donahoe received his new threshing outfit from Louisville last week and together with an expert ma chinist he has it in running order The separator is tne latest steel frame im proved automatic weigher and sacker with improved circular stacker and is a very neat and uptodate outfit Potsey Briggs purchased a fine 4 yearold horse from L M Gregory last week for 160 Miss Imogene Goatley has returned to her home after spending a week as tlfe guest of Miss Pearl Goatley Miss Miranda Tucker was the guest eFMrs MReed the first of the week Water and Potsey Briggs of this place visited relatives in Nelson county Saturday and Sunday Seyeral from this place spent the 4th in Louisville Mr M Reed and granddaughter Miss Virginia Foster of L6uisville were in Springfield Saturday Several from this place attended the meeting at Mooresville last week Lucien Pinkston and wife visited rel atives at Litsey Sunday Prank Jan sand wife of Springfield isited relatives here Sunday Rev and Mrs A C Pinkston of near Lits y visited friends here SuIt day and Monday Mr and Mrs Walter Derringer of this place are receiving congratulations ever the arrival at their name on the 2nd inst of healthy twin daughters both of whom are doing nicely and bid fair for abundant feminine sweetness Miss Imogene Goatley was the guest of Mrs JaE Goatley Monday and Tuesday Miss Pearl Goatley was very ill Mon day from unknown causes necessitating the call for Dr Shehani of Maud who respopded abonce to two different urgent calls She is much better at this writing Mr D C Kelly recently scratched his hand with an old rusty nail to r which he paid no attention for several hours when intense pain set in and Sgrave fears are entertained as to thei outcome Blood poisoning is feared Again on the evenirfg of the 5th inst is the oldfogyism never raining at night in July placed in the background And let us add by way of parenthesis that the hardest ram we ever saw or heard fell at night in July Mr and Mrs S H Bishop of Spring field were inour midst Sunday after rnoon Mr and Mrs J E Goatley visited at Moor sviil lisunday Mr and Mrs Jas Hayes Jr of Maple Hill passed through our village Sunday enroute tb Springfield to visit relatives The past week witnessed much won in tobacco fields as well as in cornfields Vieedsand crop grass certainly had a stronghold during theJliecent wet weather Mr arid Mrs Philetus Barber have returned to their home at this place after a several months stay in Tryon Ni C for the benefit of Mrs Barbers tjealth She is much improved and we icrtainly welcome them home again Chamberlains Colic cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the Best and Surest r- It affords me pleasure to state tKat consider the preparation known 0 Ihamberlains Colic Cholera and Dirfioea llemedy the best and surest of ood resuhs of any 1 have ever used in fly family II says P E erringtolof- Mount Aerial Ky This IS sal verdict of all who use this remedy Itscures are so and effectual that people taketleasurein recommend ihg iti For sale by theLeo Haydbn Drug Go o 1 WlLLISBURO The children excercises given at the phristiar church at tins place on last Sunday night wer well attended and quite a neat sum of money was realized ior wOrk in the foreign fields Key A C Pinkston will preach at the Baptist church on Friday night July 9 j Supt Jl W Bush Mr Jno Polin and Irof Rhoades delivered some very in tl resting addresses on education at this place last Friday night Quite a crowd attended the social giV- en by Mr Herbert Shewmaker last SJaturnay night all report art enjoyable Mias been spend ing a few days with het parents near here has returned to Mapkyille Mr Jas Seay of Halvesti h Texas is visiting lylr land Mrs Hartwell Ether ington Miss Lillian Soper has returned to her home in Louisville after a few days Stay with Mrs Myrtle Keeling Mr and Mrs WH Grid spent last Sunday ajt the home W Grider ofMrIMiss Ollie Mayes with her aunt Mrs Hartwell Etherington for several days bas returned to her home at Kirkwood Messrs Walter and Earl Hurst of Van Buren visited their c usinsMrI- Forest Gibson and sister last Saturday r Miss Mary Neal of Chaplin is the pleasant guest of Mjrs Sue Menitt Miss Willia Ruby spent last Sunday with friends in this town MrrLeslie KeeIingandson Edgar Rue jsell viaited her sister Miss W ilia Col vin jMiss Eda Gibson soent last Monday with her aunt Mrs Mary Pinkston The Ladies of the Maccabees of this place will give an ice cream supper and spelling bee on Saturday night July JO A prize will be awarded the best speller Eyerybodyinvited j Killed By Lightning Bardstbwn Standard line of the saddest deaths ever chron icled in our community was that of Mr Charlie Warren WhQ was killed by lightning during the storm oh Wednesday Mr Warren was at work in a field near his holne about two miles trom town on the Gilkey Run pike wher the storm came on Not returning to the house after the storm his wife becoming alarm d for his safety sent to the home of Her brother Mr NickBoone hoping he had taken shel ter there from the storm Not hearing anything here as to his whereabouts youngjGeorge son of Mr Nick Boone and another neighboring boy were sent in search Following the path by which Mr Warren had gone to the fieijd they there metMrCissela neighbor who had just made the ghast ly find of the dead body resting against the stump of a tree the remainder of which the lightning had reduced to was plainly evident from the body that the unfor SplintersJt seated himself at the as a shelter from the storm The arms were crossed upon the chest the back sup jportedby the stump of the tree the headuprighl anwhentase then all is said that couldVbe asked However Mr Warren pos jsessed so many noble qualities qualities that go to make a man beloved and respected in his home community that we would fain linger on the recotd of his virtues of his amiable and attractive disposition his Stirling honesty His worth as a neighbor Mrs Warren is completely prostrated and has lh sympathy ot the community in her sad bereavement The funeral services will be conducted in St Josephs church oni Friday July 2 at p p m High Requiem Mass will be offered by the pastor Rev Dean OCmnell Interment in St Josephs cemetery Help for ThosbWho Have fjtomach Trouble After doctQring for about twelve years for a bad stomach trouble arid spending nearly five hundred Collars for medicine and doctors fees I pur ChamberIS W did her sb much good that she continued fo use them and they have done her more good than all the medicine I bought before SAMUEL BoYER Fol som Iowa This medicine is forsale by tile Leo Haydon Drug Co Samples free Kentucky StarFlour Best made J CCOOOOOOOO00000oo Your Printing It shouldbe a fit representative of your business which means the high grada are tistic kind Thats the kindwe dp AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF TYPE GOOD PRESSES AND TYPOGRAPHICAL ARTISTS These represent our facilities for doing tie kind of printing that will please you de1ivelJti1ct OOOooo c ooo obool000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO iA KNIGHT OF THE BEARD Lt Was to Be as Hii Dear Wife Wished Suddenly then my Josephine lifted to ine crying Augustus To which I made mreer fond ra plyJI i y love- Ajugustus I think that beards are so d stingulsheS dont youuuuuu Aid her voice trembled In Its pleading and when I looked Aat my be love her lip so quivered and her eyea so flied with the tears of her longing that I groaned in my spirit for I knew that my fate was near at hand and that If I should deny my hearts desire she vould peak and pine and fade until her tender heart would break at last and my love would be no mon Augustus she whispered Tc which I bravely made reply Ay love Ugustus I wish that you my swett would grow a beard I Ai d pressing my darling boldly to my heart I raised my hand and sol eirin y I swore tHat never more should razo touch my face till I was bearded like the pard and that I would ever emu ate the pirate in his business till men should tremble at the mention of my name whereat my darling kissed me with the kiss of pride and joy and thus the pact was made Arid in fear and in trembling I fared fqrt into the world the following day for never before had I faced my fellOw men in the morning until I had passed the gleaming steel over my lathered countenance And my fears were all top justified and my trembling was not in vjin for as I walked along the thoroughfare it wits as though I had walled along through a gauntlet of eyes large rounded eyes insistently rthatthe ilghtof me eyes to the left of me eyes all around meand every eye uporjmy unshaved beard MTglance fell in shame and con n sllnked along the pave Augustus To which I made my sorrowful fond replj Aly JoveIAjgustus How slowly It grows I i ressed my darling sadly to my hear and soothedj her for I saw that sheiad expected my beard to flower like a plant that grows beneath the hand of the conjurer and that in a few shor hours she wished to see it toss ing in the breeze trlumphantflery and uritaned And sadly then I ponted out to her that the grand imperial city was lot built in a day and that only perse verance brought success in that field f endeavor where wq had thrown our die and cast our unshaved lot An when the morning broke I fared out ii to the world again unshaved un shOT and seeking the solitary places of se luston but all the friends that I had veil made and all the chanc ac quaintances that I had ever met all all w re there to greet me and to look with Ity and with wgnder at my woe Tb policeman gave me the second loocdf sharpness and when I passed thep rlors of the tonsors they pressed theIaces to thewlndow melancholy motfrrful and full of deep reproach Opr he cars my neighbors sat away frotu eand aU day long when rising in the elevators 1 wits always carried past n y stated floor Au ustus To vhiqh I made my fond despair- Ing cir Aiy love- Auiustus Cant you hurry it Butn sadness and in sorrow I ex plained to her my love that the exe- cutIon of our plan must take its own appointed time and that come heat or cold rain or snow day cir night fire or sword there was nothing that couid hasten the even t nOr of Its way and nothing nothing nothing that could soften ow the blow And the third day came andthe third day fared I forth looking no man in the eye except with a fierce deli ance Alt the restaurant no man would come u id sit at the table where I was and on the streets the youth of the land m de capricornlan cries exclaim ing ale Zzzzzzzzz and Whish shshfstsh VAugistus To w ilch I made riiy fond lamenting cry My ove v- Aiig istus How much beardJd Is the 1rI 1110 not know I stammered forth a greiit and sudden joy Infusing nie Ijdo not know my love I stain mereU orth A strange and fearful name hen mused ity Josephine and I airi sure that hel was bearded so The pirate tooit vjas agreed that we should emulates that all men then should trem ble at the mention of thy name And Ho they tremble yet dear heart They tremble exceedingly then cried 1 m my eagerness The barbers scarcly can restrain themselves and when my friends must come and talk to me tney tremble for fear they will TIbuthelplesspnounh enough she mused Be Isid i lifld4smy love Besides I to go out with you tonlghrT and soIAnd so And so another cloud was rolled 1wLy and the sun of my content beamed forth again and the birds sang and the oung laiiibs gamboled on the ab1cHngjovhls reath red tent upon the sward The A B C and X Y I of ADV RTIS1NG SERIES OF TENt ALK ON ADVERTISING I written by m01r Eaton of Philadelphia No A story istold of a prisojnerwlio called the judge- a fO tThe judge med him 10 He paid the flue but asked Do you fine people for thinking your Honor The jucge ans rered in the negative Well he said I think yo tea fool still If I should prin my personal opinion of some big advertisers like as nat Id get fined i but it is perfectly safei to think If a1 traveler came to you and talked of the stuff which his house priits as advertising you wpuldjput him down at once as an idiot The talk is ur natural r sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal unreal insincere dead The reader feels that it isntt tht advertiser who is talking that there really isnt anybody talking that the words are justJprintingI Good adv good talk the frank honest kind pta rtiSilis An r one hundred words should make the rea five thousand words and herein is the whole ecret of good Copy It isnt what you say that counts but the chain of thought which your advertising creates The more you f ss over rour advertising copy the poorer the result Itisnta stutter about or to apologize for or to burn midnight oil over If you want to make an a doIis to talk to the rea newspaper as you across the counter to a customer J Two Irishmen hased a wildcat up a tree Pat went up to shake hithoff while Mike remained below to catch him when he fell Both were successful but Mike and the wild cat were soon in a rough and tumble scrap below Pat called out Shall ibi come douwn anj help you howld him Mijce Nawl Begorra come don a Pat an1 help me let him go Advertising is a wildcait a tree Once you have shaken him olfthe prbblem ofu letting go is quite as diffieult as the problem of howlding on Butwnat you need in either case is nerve and a reasonable assura4e regarding the future i It rarely pays to splurge Make your appropriation deliberately arid carefully Prepare good copy Advertise continuo sly every day pr at least every we Your store is the seed or the plant The advertising is the rain and the sunshine You cant rush the growth It may take weeks or months to produce flowers or fruit CIpyTtgtlt I 08 by Tnibuns Company Ckcgo The Land of Kentucky t Knowest thou the land where he corn tassels boom Where the mystical cocktail ej hales its Where high balls sparkle with flavor di vine And the schooner shall fast eath the shade of the vine Knowst thou that land thatteaUtiful land Knowst thou he land where he julep was bornl Where the Mint yields its bret st to the Spirit of Where musical the ice cornIAnd the straw shrieks aloua hen the bottom is found Knowst thou tnnt landthat npaiiHftil land1 tIHearst thou the call of the Blue Grass tothee IICome over the river come S uthward tome Where a welcome avaitsf ani Ken tuckys old boys Oh come to the Southland anc taste of her Oh come to ihatlt1nd that jeautiful land Knowst nqt that land Then thou are unlu ky Tisffallant tis brave tis hqj rty Ken tucky That calls from the river tha flows to the sea Come Southward to meet is crossover and see Oh come to that land that beautiful landEx THE SUN and TIMES 301J 1 I Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed fir holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 ds far as reported v Stanford July 313 days jHenderson July 275days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 283 daYJI Madisonville August 35 days Winchester August 34 daysIDanville August 44 Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 days e Taylorsville August 10 J days Unibntown August 105 days Harrodsburg August 123 days Leitchfield August 74 days Lawrenceburg August 17 4days Barboursville August 183 days Brodhead August 18 Sdaysl Shepherdsville August 183days Ewing August 19 3days Shelbyville August 245 days Springfield August 254 days London August 254 days FJorence August 254 days Frankfort August 3t4 days Hardmsbure August 313 days Tompkinsville September 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days Bardstown September 14 days lIod enville September 73 d daysGlasgowKentucky State Fair Louisville September 13T6 days Scottsvill September 163 Jays Bedford October 1 2 days Try Kentucky StarFlour Its made like granrea to make it it L THE WIIlISAEATESTEWlRMACRE RUNNINGNEHOMc fyou eltheraVnjratlneShuttleJRotMy UchJSewingTHE NEW HOME SEWiNI MACHINE CIMPAIT Orange MassMany sewlnr machines are made to sell regardless atquality but the New Heme is Jadetowear Our guaranty n vcr runs out JSold by authorIzed dealers ealyw EdM Russell SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when you sell nuet1Under this bead alt wo are sub chargtadvertisements wantedLandserted in another department of the jj at notlimcV C W Homan Springfield Ky wants to buy a ton of good clean tImo- thy hay V oJ Hite Clements Rt2 has for sale 1000 bushels ot corn hasIsell cheap C L BradyRt3hasfof sale SO feet of tobacco beds C Hi Montgomery Springfield has pedsIMrs Sam Tucker Rtl has for sale Rhode Island RpH ergst From pen 100 fur 15 from yard 50c for 15 J L Allen Springfield has for sale a 2 ve r0Idcolti Lloyd Haydon Jr Rt 4v bas for ttingofpfor171 S B Nally Rt 2ha jialea fins Jack registered adyforuse I wiN sell worth the non y Mrs J M Eider Rt 3 Lebanon has for saJe B Pi Roclc eggs flOe for 15 Y forSalebroke Also a pair of niceyoungjackeS HS Li sey Rt V has forsaleslot bf Maple trees Mrs B L Litsey has foLsale S C R Leghorn S C Buff Orpinf ton eggs from pen SlOO for 15 Leo Nallyl Rt 2 has for sale Pitt Game eggs Setting of 16 for 50c O1i 3 or12fj r Mn C CJ Christie Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale pure bred single comb brown Leghorn eggs 5150C Mts J iV Martin nastor eggsFromof 15 From yard flOe for 15 eggs LeQanonKy IsIJndRedsTelephone AG Kimbalf Springfield has for sate White eggs 10Q for 15 WJ HI Leachman jRt b has for sale w ilte seed corn I W P Merritt Springfield has tot sle Boone tiity White seed corn Tjiis corn grew 75 bushels to the acre last year Price 52 per bushel in ears mItt ff1Bt gthttf SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BlARING HIGH GlADE 1rillaSTRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewtag Machine Co B LVIDERE ILLINOIS 11 t r