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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l II rr I mj rm1ni 1 j Af i DEVOTED TO TH INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY r J fi i a I VOLUME V SPRINGFIELD KXr WEDNESDAY JULY 14 1909 U 2 FARMERSV VICTORIOUS t Af era Struggle Covering Many Years 6 Cent Taxon Tobacco i Removed by Senate Bill Now In Conference t Washington July BThe Bradley- amd4dmentto the Payne Aldrich tariff bill removing the tax of six cents on leaf growerIwas by a unanimous vote in the Senate this afternoon The amendment was offered by Senator Bradley and af ter being ad Senator Aldrich an Bounced that the Finance Committee accepted it There was no division and acconiiYltIYno votes m the egative The removal of the restrictions on the free sale of tobacco in the hanp as Provided for in the amendment of Senator Bradley which was adopted today i aroused much interest and is the result of many years agitation and of much active recent campaigning It is a live question in the tobacco growing States and has beer the subject of many reP resefltations of Congress The prohibition of the present law preventing freedom in the ttrade in to bacco in the primitive state is said to j have been responsible for the forays of night riders in Kentucky and Tennessee The present law permits the tobacco growers to dispose of his product but does not allow his vendee to transfer 2it without paying a tax of 6 cents a pound The Bradley amendment authorizes anyone the grower any person to whom he makes transfer oranyone else to sell tobacco in the hand with out plying a tax but requires that when the sale exceeds ten pounds a record shall be kept for the benefit of the internal revenue service t The subcommittee ot the Committee on Finance reported against the pro vision and accepting the action of the subcommittee the full committee made ah adverse report to the Senate Sen ator Bradley who is the author of the amendment has however been per sistent in his efforts to have the tax removed and at last succeeded in prevailing upon Senator Aldrich and other members of the Finance Committee to acquiesce in his proposition As the tariff bill passed the House it carried a Very similar provision and there is very little doubt that when the bill shall become a law it will contain a practical repeal of the present tax on hand tobacco The other provisions of the tobacco schedule were returned They impose a tax of 8 cents a pound on hewing and smoking tobacco and snuff of 3on cigars weighing more than three pounds per thousand with increases for highgrade cigars running up to 49 per thousand of 75 cents on cigars weighing three pounds or less 360 on cigarettes weighing more than three pounds per thousand and 125 on cigarettes of not more than three pounds per thousand The adoption of the amendment marks the end of a fight of some eight years standmg in Congress Three times under the leadership of Represent tatives Stanley and James of Kentucky the House has passed a measure embodying the general teatures of the amendment passed today Each time Senato r Aldrich has held the bill in the Finance Committee until the session of Congress expired Before the Payne bill passed the rjouse work on the part of members from the Kentucky delega tion engrafted it upon the tariff measure It was promptly stricken out in the Finance Commit te by Senator Aid rich The Kentucky members then took steps to bring it before the Finance Committee With the result that Sena toll Aldrich finally agreed to accept it He was doubtless moved to do this by the fact that it looked very much as if the Kentucky Delegation had secured enough votes to override him and in addition Senator Bradley had consistently sinned with him in supporting the Finance Committee and deserved the assent of the committee on his pet proposition Several important changes were made in the amendment before Senator Bradley offered it today The statements that the amendment limits the sales to ten pounds is based on a misapprehension Any quantity may be sold but when the sales exceed ten pounds a memorandum must be kept by the fawner It is believed that the amendment will e agreed to in conference and a will become a law Thereb- yDistributing Money Th commIttee selected last County Court Day by the tobacco growers meet ng decided to equalize the winter and summer tobacco of the 1906 pooled crop by directing that distribution be made out of the money arising from re ce tales I paying 5 per cent and io per cfnt of tjie appraised values on the resPectiYelyimitte as being as nearly equitable to all parties as they could determine The checks for the distribution in ac cordance with this plan were received from the Burley Tobacco Society lastr Fridayandare now being distributed to the holders ot the contracts as they are presented to the clerk of the Board of Control as heretofore The contracts can also be mailed to either of willpromptlydue on them Bridge Complet The iron bridge at Fred ricktown which has been in the course of erection for several weeks has pow been completed and will tomorr w be accepted by the commissioners of Washington and Nelson counties provided the bridge is satisfactory in every way The new bridge is an ornate and stable structure composed of steel and iron It is nearly four hundred feet lung and consists ot two sparifs It is a truss bridgeand was erected by the Champion Bridge Co The present bridge re places the old wooden one which was torn down this Spring after having been Used for many for travel between this addNelsoncounty PROBABLY MURDERED Infant Child Discovered in Well on 6 B Leachmans Place County Officials Will 1 L Investigate l What appears to be atragedy was unearthed by Mr B B Leachman of Pleasant Grove this morning when a dead infant was discovered in his well near his barn the water from which is used for the stock The baby hal prob ably been in there for some a and was rio doubt murdered by some one to hIde a Story of shame When the mat terreported to The Sun the corp nerO had net arrived Until this is done nothing definite will be known The child had been wrapped in an old arii1Ilylooseto ascertain the color of the body The officials of the county will thor Takeeveryrespons ble for the childs deathI Convention lalled The Republican Committee of Wash ington untv met on the afternoon of July 10 fit the office of Chairman W F Gngsbv to decide upon the manne of selecting a county ticket to be yc ted for at the November election Alter considerable deliberation it was dee led to call 4 mass convention to be held in Springfield Saturday September th next So far but few Republicans h iye shown any inclination to run for he various offices and it is not belie ed that a full ticket can be placed in he field H Greene Smith jiMr Hugh Lee Smith and Miss Nell catherine Greene were married at 2p m Saturday at St Patricks church in Louisville Rev Father Cronin performing the ceremony The bnde had been visiting friends in Louisville where Mr Smith met her Saturday morning having gonedown from Springfield that morning Mr Smith is the of The tfMrlike grandfather used to make it Kentucky Star Flour Best made J r EXCHANGE i I EXCERPiS Sayings and TIKressrl pearldrop No desire is fdit for that which is un known jor unadvertised Owensboro Enquirer L Were a drigged race saysa wailer Sure districts 0Louis yule Herald Ifdry lightedUpon rightedKnowingVictor Hugo j Before the ear hquake and fire three years ago San Fr ncisco had 400000 habitants Today the number exceeds 500odo A spokenWillA brokenWll cause grie many a year ebanon Enterprise Every drop of sapin the tree flows towards foliage a id fruit Every drop of blood in the bid flows toward flight and SQpgVan D ke- A popular soprano is said to have a voice of fine timber a willowy figure cherry lips chestnut hair and hazel eyes She must hive been raised in the lumber region dayAndHe would never nave shown as much patience As young ladies in Exchanges can UDry Up Cant yiu wait a second Job would have yelled back over the phone timePlague The man who dcjesn t know one note from another is always getting next to things that are selling for a song Chicago Blade i The use of rat skins in various industries has great id a demand in Lon don alone to the amount of nearly 200OQ0JThey artused4a other thingsbor photograph frames and for thu nbs in gloyesFur News l Isnt that a beautiful cow connectionAndShe has such a bvely complexion Last summer we saw two streams emptying Iptothe sea One was a sl ggiShrniggjirdIY rivulet in a wide b ana every day the tide came in and drowned out that poor lit tie stream with brine The other Wits a vigorou joyful brimming mountain river ft d from unfailing springs among the hills and all the time it swept the alt water before it and kept itself pure and sweet and when the fresh came in it only made the fresh ling water rise higher aid gather tile strength by the delay and ever the stream poured forth into the its tribute of liv ing watej the symbol of that influence which kjeeps the can of life from turning ipto a Dead 3ea of wickedness = Observer 0 V Says Chaw Chaw to motherulll be go d as I can Yes i know you will Chaw Chaw You are mothers little man His mother then tikes every match from the box The door of the pa try securely she locks Puts the hammer ant the tacks and the scissors and inl In the best hiding places of which she can think And wonders at last as her hat she pms IonWhat mischief little Chaw Chaw will do Wileshes gone St Nicholas Wrestle with a chimney sweep and you will need a bath Throw back the r h da not envy Roland Blake Wh lives upon yon titled Kill Whose land runs down beyond the town An wallows up the mine a dmllll slake never feels the touch of want The harrowed sense of regsing debt And Yet know within his heart There dwells but longing and regreti His castled home is grim and strong Its turrets pierce the azure sky While mine la but a modest cot Quite lost to view of passerby And yet within my home there dwells A spirit that he cannot buy The breath of true unselfish love Devotion that shall never dl1 Upen the hill no cherubs play To flad the measured pulse ef day No chubby legs dash down tlie path horewardwavl mud that is thrown at you and you will have dirty hands Many a man as be andilanguage as other men are in their pot- ations Christian Observer Ah Glorious Fourth though endurance Be strained b the things that you do Though you baffle the laws of insurance And knock all the echoes askeW Yet wed burn half the barns ic creation And scorch all our thumbs for the IThatColliers Sweet Mary Jane sat for fo rteen days and wouldnt deign to ri e al though the folks tried every v ay to make her realize that it was qui e uh ladylike to sit all day and fig t and never change her attitude or rouse her appetite They coaxed and t eased and threatened Jane and still she ould not stand and when they tried to raise hex up she pinched them on the and But Mary Jane knew what was best she wiser was than men she sat until she hen hatched her chicks for Mary i as a Lincoln Cane ldIhaslpre a a jvery handsome walking cane made fro the walnut mantel piece taken out ofl the Lincoln cabin The stick Jsni ely carved and is highly appreciated By jMr Rue who is a Federal veteran a a great admirer of Mr Lincoln Brave fire Laddies often receiV seyere burns putting lout fires then use ucklens Arnica Salve and forget themeIt soon drives Ut pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths healer Quickly cures skin Eruptions Old So es Bolls Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief is instant 25c at Hay on and Robertsons 1 I i s At night when tars are glinting out And all the world has gone to bed There lies asleep on Rolands breast No bud of life with tousled head Blake cannot laughthe ojd tree laugh That takes him backward to the b yIa tHIs heart is cold from shutting out joyDespisingFor weeks each year does Roland roam In vain puraultof what find Within the glory of my home Ah Roland Blake how poor fee Isl How steeped In penury and need God pity him His heart is cold And piling gold Is all his creed Ah poverty of hearthow cursed How desolate and sad Is he But within my humble cot How rich bel How rich beg y Gives up Hope and Has His Hair jCut Tompstohe Ala July 2Mayor Wentworth has had his hair cut Went worth has been distinguished for many years inj the Southwest by his flowing white locks which deeply covered his shoulders In 1890 he vowed that scissors should not again touch his hair until William J Bryan Became President and silver restored po a ratio of 16 to 1 Undoubtedly the Mayor has concluded that the t statue of limitation has run against Bryan and the free coinage of silver Mayor Wentworth is still a Demo crat though he has not followed the party in its extremes of platform con strucfion SickIt Little Jfennie Ragsdale who has been dangerously ill for several weeks is somewhat improved but iJ hot yet out of dange The little girl has been suffering from pneumonia and during her sickness has undergone several operations =Clel Boblitt been confined to his roof forsevera weeks with typhoid r is convalescing and will soonbe out I Lucian Purdom another sufferer from typhoid is also Netter and his friends hope to see him out soon Help forTh se Who Have Stomach Trouble for about twelve y fterdbjorinj trouble and hundred dollars for medicine and doctors fees I purchased my wife one box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which did her so much good that she con tinued to use them and they have done her more good than all the medicine I bought before SAMUEL BOYER Fol som IowaTlps medicine is for sale by the Drug Co Samples free i V COUNTY i 4J INSTITUTEf t s for Teachers Will Convene MoAt a day and Be In Session five Days Splendid Pro gram County Superintendent J W Bush is exerting every effort to make heWh 1 ington county Teachers Institute whicbT convenes next Monday a success ia everY way r The Institute will convene Monday and continue in session five days Profl A SMcKenzie of Kentucky Univer iivoneoftne States leading educa tors will be the instructor while the program is a very strong one and will be earned out by the teachers of the county One day will be especially fortbe School Trustees of the county and eVeij r one is urged to be present Asides from v being given an intellectual treat dinner j will be served those trustees who see fit to attend It is the duty of every teacher in thcounty to attend the Institute not onlj aduty to the people and the children ofthe county but a duty to tiiemselyari fBattending these meetings they come in contact with other minds acquire new ideas and necessarily qualify then selves the better to instruct as they should This should be and no doubt ill a pleasure to the majority of ourteack J ers who rank high in their chosen profession and it is to be hoped that every session will see all teachers prese- ntSUPPLEMENTARY PROGRAM Washington County Teachers InrTUESDAY JULY 20 8 OCLOCKt Piano Duet Overture Carl Bdhm u rt Mrs C F Bosley Miss Annie McChoid AddressThe Teachers Part in Edna tion Prof George W Colykt Vocal Solo When You and I Were t YoungMaggie Butterfield L Miss Katherine Simmilc Address The Teachers Part in Educa tion ontInuedMr Elmer Hwe Violin SoloSelected Miss LouiselHaydoa e AddresSThe Teachers Part In Edikaition cwitinued PrinChas 0 DurhaM Piano DuetFrom Tannhaueser W jf nerrMrsC F Bosley Miss Annie McChord Address The Teachers Part in Educa tion concluded i Prof A S McKenzie of State University I t Vocal Solo Violin ObligatorO Dry Those Tears Teresia Del Reigo Solo Miss Francis Martin Vioh t Miss LaUra May Brown Piano Mies Annie McChord lTHURSDAY JULY 22 8 OCLOCK Piano Duet Overture Poet and Peuant From Van SuppeJ Mrs C F Bosley Miss Annie McChodl t Address The Parents Part in Educa Itl nPnn Walter I Husar y Vocal SolojThe Wanderer Schubert r Mrss Piety BarbertAddressThe Parents Part in lion con i uedMrLynne Bock Vocal Solo Heart HayMr i AddresSThe Parents Part in Educa tion continued Mr Lyman Barber Vocal SoloSome Day When You Are Mine Geoffrey OHara Mr Will Waters 3r- AddressT a Parents Part in Educes tion concluded Prof A S Mackenzie of State UN versity Piano Duet In Festal Array H Eagelmaii Mrs C F Bosley Miss Annie McChoti Quartet The GoblipsJ A Parks Messrs McClellan Shultz Rogers and OBrian Proper Treat nelt for Dysentery asd DiM rhoea t dTheand diarrhoea is due to a lack of proper treatment at the first stages of the mease Chamberlains Colic Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy is reliable ant effectual given in reason time will prevent any dan erac consequences It has been in we for many years and has always met with unvarying success For sale by Tb Leo Haydon Drug Co I 4 j Itw p p 1tt T T T tLET IS TEST YQUR tEYESandfit GLASSES t I t its + W 21rJEWE4WATCMESI tl FARM ANirStOCK 1Iterns of Interest to farmers and live Stock and Poultry Raisers Ti I Stop feeding at noon while the hens- 3r ouivon good range m summer siciit mashes are not half so good is those which are a bit crumbly Dont get them too wet t arou9dthein barrels for the hens to workat dur ing the winterL A scrub cow will eat as muchas a yoreXred one but there will bea great difference in size of the milk pailycu will have tobuyrtDotnot allow m oknear the dairy nothing absorbs tobacco smoke mo e fuicly than milk and butter taint d with vtobacco smoke js an abomination j The Lathis month sow seed Jrtheyou they are broken out Store them under coyer storm will soon spoil them c The average poultryman makes noth inK by holding either eggs or stock for better prices The eggs deteriora and keeping fowls after they are in food order only eats up the profit which should be made t Have you been using rams outof your ownstock for a good many yeas 9neIremtborhood Get a good one and do nt iouh90Wbarnlighten the way of WindOWSeT that aids in keeping hertis rswe and wholesome as much light Most barns ought to have tvice as much window space in them as tiey possess j Where cows are kept all the tim3 in the same field they trod down the grass so that there is so much they will not eat Bv having a new field to fjurn them into each week you will give the Rcas fa chance to straighten up an be washed clean by dew and shower Then btteronr ar do not let them have too much exercise t44f414444eT14144 i it W We haye just brought onthe GreatestLine of Spectacles in Central Kentucky All the lat est style Glasses and any style Rims We can furnish you with +the best grade oi aoods at the Lowest Prices i 1 f for the firsftwoaavs rather keeping them quiet na lone paddoc or a small shaded pasture Twelve to fourteen inche square are about the proper dimensior s for a box in which to set a hen A larger box will give the eggs room to catter and thus tie chilled while a mailer box may crowd the hen resultin in broken eggs Poultry require salt in small quanti ties the same as other stock but it should be mixed in the feed One ounce of salt to 75 or 100 hens d ily is sufficient Large amounts of salt usually result fatally but a small q aantity willm prove beneficial Just as soon as the chIc s show any serious permanent defect they should be fitted for market and sold There is fflore real profit in marketing birds at two or three pounds then in keeping PlundsalOngtoward l Hows that W IlYou see I payIfrom him and he eats them Utensils and trough for food and water should be frequently calded with boiling water afterwards being thor- Oughly cleaned Though a little extra i and may save work and loss later Jonsiderablerthem in small pens It tney mustbe confined within certain limits the yards should be of large proportions that there may be green food growing in them all the time or falinFthatthe green food must sp eac day See that the chicks haye ample quar tern in which not only to roost but to stay in stormy days It is cru jl to keep cjiicks in crowded quarter oither day or night and it is the ownerrs fault if they do not do well under such cir urn stances Give them plenty of room and keep their quarters clean and well vendf tilated It will pay If thq hen is allowed t6 drag her brood all around the olace and hover them wherever she changes to be at night she is pretty sureto lose some of the chicks The chie duty of the mother hen is to furnish vrarmth when the chicks need it and tojthat end the should be housed in a roomy box at night A remarkable experiment in connec tion with the shellform mechanism of the hen is described in a recent issue o- fScienceA surgical operation was performedupon a hen by which the feces or excrement were made to pass I a aa ai4 a I I 4 Ice lice t p k i 1 Coupon books now on sale I 4 For CASH Only r r- 4 I 1 upA 5OIO Oin1Opo t pi und coupon or sale at ten per cent 91scoun1I tBuy abook and save moiiey on your Ice this summer I f Springfield Water and Electric Light Cdj W WWWWWW fWWwwwWFWwf through tie canal where the egg ordi narily rece ives its shell coating In this- insh4nce The fecal matter or manure as soori as it eached the proper place was coated with a shell and then passed from the hen showing that the Shell m oj er ation is independent Of the th eggproducing procesS kIng larks are not only sweet ol their few Cheery notes but arekerv valuable to the farmer as in sect destioyers The State entomologist pi Illinois estimates Jhat each lark is wcrth a out 1 a year to the farmer Indisc ssing the question as to whether r not it will pay to thin ap plesla i radical fruit grower says When tjere is a general crop of apples sand the crop set is very full so that the ciiances for small fruit is very grea and widespread over thecountry it will pay to thin to such an extent as to insure goodsized fruit otherwise it will not ay except as a protection to the tree If a far ner finds that he cannot make red love or alialfa do well it is corn paraiveb an easy thing for him to ex periment with an acre or so Let him buy say fifty bushels of ilimejust be fore 1e sc ws his gram Make a big bin ofbqards on the ground dump the lime in ik an slack with water Water slacked ime is much better than air slacked Then after the soil is prepare for seeding scatter 25 bushels ot this phick sued lime on one acre and sow it threfe pecks of barley and 25 pounds f good well tested alfalfa seed TJ eri scatter say 300 pounds of Soil fro an old alfalfa fieldor soil frop W side of he road where sweet clover grows in abundance A Horrible HoldUp u4b u t ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and hap pinepb what was believed to be hope Con umption writes W R Lips comb of Washington N CHe took tieatmentItill He used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He is a tell man today Itsquick tore Ljey ir I the surest cure for weak or sore Junes Hemorrhages Coughs and Cold Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affections 50c and byHaydon A Midnight Prank Ei te rise While driving home from Spri gfie1d last Friday night Capt N R Chi stie of Penick had a notei worthy experience The moon wasj bright and his good steed was moving briskly along when a negro under a tree on tire roadside cried out Boss let me ide At that late hour such a request from a stranger the Captain deemed out of order and he promptly made n excuse for not being able to accOmr odate tirn urging his hdrse to great speed as he did lo his great surpris hoWever the man made a dash for th jfetfis and almost succeeded in gettin thehi when a thrust at the negro with I is cane and a regular warKoop which started his faithful steed at a runnini speed thwarted the1 purpose of the vi lian The negro followed a few paces tiut was sOon outdistanced Tbe Attempted holdUp ocdurred about a mile from Springfield on the Perry Ville pike The CaDtam haa nothing on this o casion but his caiie to defend himself with and it is a good thing for that negro and the Captajin too as it turned out that the weapon was a cane instead of a gun The Springfield Sun Lopper year The Sun and CourierJournal La E lepsyi Fits j Jonyulsions or Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most ca es can be red by sti engtheniijg and build in j up the nervous system To do this a nerve medi cii ie is needed Dr Miles Nt rvine will be found emcacious and satisfac tory It has cured many capes of these diseases aiid we believe it will cire you We can give you names of many who have been cured through its use Write for advice My son John had epilepsy for years ai dafter having him treated by specialists for over 2 years he still continued to have spefls I had al m st given up In despair but know In the virtue of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1906 I ve him a tedspoofiful three times a d4y then in July I pave it as directed I could see that he was improving and he has not had a August u 1906 and has taken nO medicine since Jan07 I am writing the case just as it Is hoping It will Induce others to try ItVr R ALLISON Alooresvllle N aYour druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return Irlce of first bottle only If It falls t you toes Medical Co ElkhdrtInd- r 94 4 YearnEn I k 4a s I want to trail back to the tie d and toe wood Where zephyrs are kissing tl e tree Where rivers sing softly their r lythms btpeace And melody rldes on the br eze I want to go back to the ld bayou bridge And angle for fish with a plr To feel once again all the thr lls I have known At hooking and landing aftn I want to return where the gooseberries grow Where chokecherries puc cer your throat I want to go pondlily hun Ing once more In Stewarts old fiatbottom sd boat I want to be lost In the hea iat The Runlt Where squirrels and owls lave their nests I want to flop down on my b ick neath the elms And worship the blue thr ugh their crests I want to go barefoot along the old trail That leads to the cloverdecked hills By ways that are winding wh re bushes hang low And whisper their loves to tl e tills I want to go back and just sp ash in the creek And let the cOQI Cedar run fj st Run overand under and scold is It laves The hands it has known in he past I want to wade outs where th- Is sandbar heaped In diamonds that sparkle wi h light Just wade and get sopping c ear up to waistI yeU7ln my might I want to run down to Th Quarry The Hill The Bend The High b ink and The Strand Let me stand all enthroned where my boyhood was spent Take me back to my own Fairyland Take ma back where the roses ire sweet with perfume Where the bees sing a sor g tlsglad Take me back let me feel in my hear- toncagaln Just the Godgiven Joy o a lad i And now the good citizen does not walt for the MacedonlaI1cr from the village paper saves He takes time and the rak by the fore look and gets busy early tf ftl ft If some men werp as partlc ilar about getting up when they are called as they are about winding their alarm clocks wives would be say d a heap of nagging fJlr ft A lady dls lple of Rcoseveltlan spelling has married a Chicago prootI reader She desires to reform presumeI to Thee I come to thee 0 darling Faint with thd longing of ears Weak with unsatlajte passion And burnt with Us spalding tears I have come from the Town 0 Ambition Through the Wood of the HeartSick Dove To dream in the Temple of Be uty And teed on the lilies of lov e iAlf ed Hitch y C Non Appreciative Having announced his te xt an old colored preacher down In eorgla as related by the Atlanta C nstltutlon went on to say My att sntion has been dr wed ter de fact lat some scoundul has gone n put a slllgator In de pulpit right under my two toots butlong as ez dai L gwl let him stay twel after de benedic ion fer I notice d it des lak de res er you trlflln no count sinners he done made up his mind ter take it easy en sleep through de sermon Worhan Oh woman youare ch rrnlng And poets long1 have at ng Their sweetest verses to you In every written tong ie But none of them has er Told why It Is that yoi Will always leaVe a str et car ot dne gnorW W J Lampton IniSiiccess Magazine Song of an Editor This Is the season for p intin seed and tie also the printers tl ne of need Sow radish seed and lettuce oo and pay the printer whatever Is dm Go build yourself an onion bed and it member the printer miist be fed Sow several rows of early peas and pay for last years paper please Dig up the arth round each strawberry vine and f you want our paper drop us a line Plant some potatoes to putln hash ai d remember the printer Is short of cash Fix up a hill or soar beans and with the editor divide your means Of watermelons youll heed a patch the ealtors pants needs one to match Pay ip your sub scription plant your corn and youll raise a big crop as sure as oure born Henry Oula Eagle BYRON WILLIAMS h MfiR I1Iii tX CI i4li4t tJ iitwtfl A Ijtic L4fl j l I 4 I II5i xl I t iI- t f f 5Ze- 1 1 J 11JlJpJeC I Young mens suits with plenty or grace and full of gingerbuilt in l ja way that grey beards wontSfancy and built w that fancy ay theyre not meant for old folk Wideshouldered coats i j Builtout chests and shapely Waists FullpeggedItrousers with the new wide spring cuff at bottom The shape that yoii find in em theyfrj day will4 i i last to the last Its permanent tailored into the clotha matter of needle worknot pressing They wear so much longer that theyre by allodds t the cheapest clothes when you divide the number of months through which they give satisfaction into the pnce you give for them t The RobertsonClaybrooke Co Incorporated L RATHER CREEK Mr J H Mayes spent last week with his son Mr L L May s of Ahceton Mrs Laura Best and Mrs Ida Coyle were guests of Mrs G H Christerson lasp Saturday iMiss Margie Christerson spent Satur day night and Sunday with Misses Liz zieand Ida Best Mr Park ley Harmon whoaccldental ly shot himself Jaat week is thought to be getting along riicejy Mr 0 3 Shewmaker is slowly im projving at this writing Mn Archie Sweeney and wife spent last Friday with the family of Mr W HJWhitehouse Mr VvilL Jordan and Jimmie Mayes spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr L L Mayes at Aliceton The school began it this place last Monday Miss Dannie Hilton being the teacher Several from this place attended church at Mackville Sunday President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been help ed by the President of the Industrial and Orphans Home at M conGa who writes 4We have used Electric Bitters in this institution for nine years It has proved a mpst excellent medi cmeorkStomach Liver and Kidney We regard it as one of best family mvigoratesI I and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for female complaints Only Soc at Haydon and Robertsons Subscribe for The Sun 5LOO rear Tb SUB and CourierJournal SLft i Why the Editor Was Absent As our wife was not physically able to put a patch on our only pair of trousers last S turda y we could not attend the lecture given at the First Baptist church by Rev Mr Newman His remarks were on the Holy Land Hometown Pa Banner si-T I9O9 I9O9 YEAR 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solitary figure of the pastor wrapped in his long black cloak The moonlight slipped through k rift In thie clouds and fell into a circle around them r What made you come here was t aUJImsaIdI Miss Polly didnt ride today iwas afraid she might be IlL Whats that to you She isnt Douglas demanded lfrutrnes8InShes all right Jim answered shortly as he shifted uneasUy from one foot to the other and avoided the pastors burning gaze And shes happy shes consent Sure Tm glad said Douglas dthly He- Wed to think of some way to prolong their talk Ive never hea d from 11 r you know flUS folks dont get much Itlme to write Jim turned away an began wagonsDouglas in front of the tents again and again fighting against a desire to dp the very thing that he was doing but to no purpose and now that he wa here it seemed impossible that he should go away so unsatisfied He crossed to Jim and cam determinedly to the point Cant I see her Jim Its agin the rules He did not turn There was another pause then Doug las started slowly out of the 10t t Wait a minute called Jlmn as 11 I t FOIT YOU though the words had been wrung from him The pastor came back with a question in hIs eyes I lied to you Oh Shes not well then yes shes well enough It ajnt that its about her being flSbe isnt J There was a Inote of unconscious exultation in his voice No She aint happy Here ln she was happy with your Then why did she leave me iI dont know She wasnTfebln to do at first Somethln must a happened afterwards fiomethln tnat you an me didnt know about We will know about JimJ Where Is she His quick eye searcHed the lot His voice had regained Its old command He felt that he comd con quer worlds You cant do no good that wayan swered Jim She dont want4to see you again Why not I dont know but the told role shed run a if I ever even talked to a for myself Where she Shell be comln out soon lou can 4wait around out here with me1Ill Jet you know In time He led jtlie way through a narrow passage between the wagons Jim and Douglas had barely left the lot when Deacon Elversons small round head slipped cautiously around the corner of the dressing tent The little deacon glanced exultantly about him He was monarch of all he sur t LLthe ily ciicujCOPYRIGHT 19e8 BYDODD UA N COMNT veyed It was very thrilling to stand here on this forbidden ground smelling the sawdust gazIng at he bIg red wagons studying the unprotected circus properties and lIStinin1to the lighten ing tempo of Did you see him houted Strong who had followed closely uponi Elver sons heels The little deacon started Strong was certainly a disturbing cto at times Yes II saw him Well Hehe didnt ace hi r What did he do Strong was beside himself with impatience Hehe Just talked to the big un and went out that way Elverson nodded toward the wagons ur guess he aint gone far sneeredP Strong He come ovr to this lot to see her and he aintt ginto give tip till he does it Ycu Hvalt here Ill take a look round He went quickly In the direction of the Elverson needed no second Invitation to walt He was cgngratulating him self upon his good fortune when he all butt collided W1t40 flhig apparition vanishing In the dire on of the main tent Sophisticated levies would have seen only a rather stput acrobat clad in pink tights but Elyerson was not sophisticated and he tejetered after the flitting angel even untja the forbidden portals of the big top He was peeping through the curtains which bad fallen her and was ttlnghls first glimpse of the great sdwdust world beyopWhen one or- t e clowns d S fron the dressing tent on his way to the sing The clown was latej He saW the LImp coattails of tie deacon who was threequarters in the tent Here was I t LAB O T YOU4MOTHERI WHY SHED 1ASHA3LBV TpOWN happy It it you HYouis a icharice to make a funny entrance He grabbed the unsuspecting little man fromthe rear The terrified deacon struck out blindly In all directions his blacfc arms and legs moving like a en tlpedW but theclown held him firmly by ti4back and thrust him headfore most into the tent Strong returned almost immediately from his unsuccessful search for the pastor He looked about the lot for Elverson I I Hey there Elverson 1 he icalled lustily There was nq response Now wheres be got to grumbled Strong He disappeared quickly around the corner of the dressing tent resolved to keep a sharp lookout for Douglas Elverson was thrust from the tent soon after spitting sawdust rind much discomfited by the laughing perform erg who followed him His knees almost gave way beneath him when Bar ker came out of the ring snapping his long black whip Get out of here you blokeH roared Barker and Elverson got i No onehad remembered to tell the groom that Polly was not to ride to- nIght so Bingo wasp brought out tas usual when their turn approached Take him back Tom Pohly called from the entrance when she learned Bingo was waiting and bring Barba rian Im not going on tonight Eloise is going to ride In my place This was the second tikue today that jBlngo had been led away without go ing into the ring Something in his Lie wondering eyes made Polly follow t ilm and apologize He was roud was Bingo and very conscfeD- ous He felt uneasy when he saw le other h rses going to their work Ithout Win Never mind Bingo she said pat ng his great arched neck well how em tomorrow He tubbed his latiny nose against her cheek Well make them sit up again Barker says ur acts no good that Ive let down Ivethance tomorrow You wit Hell lever say lit again Bingo never gain Polly had nothing more to do to tight except to get into her street hoLlies Tie wagons would soon be loving away For a moment she steepleIen to go inside the tent A deep familiar voice stopped her Polly She turned quickly She could not nswer Douglas came toward her lie gazed at her in amazement She rew her cape about her lightly clad igure She seemed older to plm more unapproachable with her hair heaped high and sparkling yflth jewels She found strength at last to open her Ups but still no sound came from ihem She and the pastor looked at aeb otuer straiigely like spirits new ly met from far apart worlds She loo thought her companion changed le was older the circles beneath his eyes were deeper1the look in their aeplhs more grave todayuncertaInthatin a circus there isnt tUWhencI1re calling Ive come fo call on have been sbep erd and t lepherdess on a May day voolng for the halting way in which heir words came Youre ill right he went on Youre happy Yes very she said Her eyes ere downcast He did riot believe her The effort in ier voice her drawn white face belied icr words How could he get the ruth from her sJini said you might not want to see ne She started Has Jim been talking to your Yes but I didnt let him stop me or You told me the day you left that oud never chatige toward me Have ou Polly He studied her anxiously Why no of course not she said Vaslvely And youll be quite frank when I sojnthingTt She was growing more more uneasy She glanced about for a way of escape I Why did you leaveijne as you did T told you then She tried to cross tentiHe and forCed- r to look at him And 1 am not happy without you and I never never con be The flood glites were open His eyes wereaglow eagerlyiChYouve grown so close he cried so close She struggled to be free He did not heed her You know you must know what I moan He drew her toward him and forced her into his arms Youre more precious to me than all else on thiS earth For the first time he saw the ex trjme pallor on her face He felt her giowlng limp and lifeless In his arms A doubt crossed his mind If I am w rong in thinking you feel asl do fi you honestly care for all this he gl need about attbe tents mote than life that can give youttany If 11 iFI Never mind Singo- sha nt interfere Youll be going on your way In an hour Ill say good by and God bless you but if youdd care for me Polly he was pleading noulf youre not happy here wont you come back to me Wont you Polyi S e daifcd not meetjiis eyes nor yet Ito send him away She stood irresolute The voice of Deacon Strong answered for her So youre here are you Yes Deacon Strong Im here an swered the pastor as he turned to meet the accusing eyes ol the deacon 1As for you miss contInued Strong with an Insolent nod toward Polly I keep5urContinued next week 9hildrenWhen daugh ter of EN Dewey a we known mer charJtof Agnewville Vaf had an attack ofcbolera infantum hamberlains Colic Cholera and Dian hoea Remedy was given and effected a complete cure This remedy has proven very successful in cases of bowel complaint in children theplamprmtedwith perfect confidence When reduced pleasanttpwhen a medicine must 16 given to LeoHaydonDrug Death of Mrs Healy BarryIflate Dr John Healy of ywick died at her home iii Nw Hay Tuesday at 1230 a m following in illness of bronchial asthma The feral services were held Wedriesday irorning at 7 pclpck being conducted b Rev Fath er William Hogarty wiih Requiem High Mass aiid the inte ment was in the New Haven cemetery Mrs Healy was a beautiful Christiai character whereverkJulia George Barry she contributed many articles of merit Sh j is survived by a sister MrsEdwin C Hagan and two brothers Messrs Joe and John J Barry of New Haven Many friends grieve with them in their g reat sorrow Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portio of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by cpnstitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an i flamed con dition of the mucous bing of the Eustachian Tube When th s tube is in flamed you have a rumbl ng sound or imperfect hearingand w en it is en tirely is the result and unless the information can be taken out and this tube restored its normal destroyediorevhrby Catarrh which is nothin but an in flamed condition of the milccjus surfaces We will give One Dollars for any case of Deafnes caused by catarrh that cannot be cur d by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by 75c Take Hdlls FamilyPillfe for constipation rearfully Burnd Marion Falcon While playing near the family home on Arbu ie Creek on Thursday afternoon PJ last week Manel the pretty and attr ictive little daughter of Mr and Mrs Sum B Luck eLI was badly burned The family washing was being done nedr the creek and the child who is only years old While playing close to a ke tie of boil ing water stumbled and fellagainst it Both arms were thrust into the boiling water Hearing her daughters cries the mother qui kly rescu d her from her perilous position but n t Until her arms were frightfully burn id Dr G G Thornton dressed the burns and found that the child was npt seriously injured The little girl is a g randdaugh ter of Esquire C Beaven Best Stomach Remedy Free It is an old saying that i the stom ach is sound the whole be dy is sate because so much depend upon the proper working of the stomach Many persons find thcmselves vith a dis order of the stomach vhich produces dyspepsia ora pecul ar state of biliousnessIIf you suffer from both stor jach trouble and constipation ypu are on the way to a- very serious disease From Just such conditions come appendicitis rheumatism akin diseases and similar di orders be cause the waste matter that should have been dispelled from the sys em through the bowels has found Its wiy Into the blood and yftlated it What is needed at this point Is not simply a violent cathartic tablet or salt which usual does moro harm than good but a ge tie laxative tonic like Dr CaldweHs Sjrup Pepsin which people have been usl g for thcs Haliments for nearly a Quarter of a cen tury It cured J C Lahha n of War rensburg Mo of stomach tr uble of long standing also William Voll it 903 EJHs son St LOuisville Ky w 16 had the trouble for fifteen years However If you have stomach trouble want to know from personal experience what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do for you If so send your name to the doctor and a free tritl bottle will be sent you You are urged to send for the free bottle as the results from it will be the best recommendation of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Then you will do aa over two million people did last year go to your druggist and buy a r gular bottle at 50 cents or 1 according to the size you prefer We could ment on hundreds and hundreds of families wlioare never without it You can never tell when some member of the family will need a laxa tive and then no time sh uld be lost taking Dr Cdldwells Syrup Pepsin If there Is anything about your ailment tnat you dont understand orfif you want s any medical write to the doctor and he will answer you fu ly There la no charge for this service The address Is Dr W BICaldwell 500 C ildwell kontlcello III For sale by The Red Crou Drug Stor Dr W F Trusty j Prac- ticalDentist PRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreasonable prices AD work guaranteed Office over flaydon Barber BD LAKEjInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY i Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable thiwortdDRMW HYATT 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three days in NTheGeurierJournal three days in heweek six months2MT-he Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJpurnal pne year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily 3fisThePost one vearti4tf ril dmnJEIiD lliIDIJ IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURASKGROCER FOR Pride of Washington or tii Sprlnjflilds 1hoIcIJ MANUFACTURED J W JARBOE CO lHighest market price paid for WH- EATSlogans mEESewing Mackin e runs lighter than any othr C FREE lasts longer than any otkcr 61JREEtiful1tsmOrCDeau any other nmELas less yibratibn lthan any otner Fis easier to operate tLanany other bfREEmales a more perfect titcn tnan any other fREE H is the Lest of all com binedinone FREE SEWING MACHtNf CO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBEETSONCLAYBROOKCO Age it Springfield Ky i t f t t J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 14 11909 ISPRIN6FIELD AY SUN SUBSCRIPTION TONE DOLLAR In Advance If U SMITH Editor and tfiibflslifer Watered at the stoffice at Springfield Yp for transmission through theilR as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fyear t 1100 b039aeebionths Democratic tickit r t CIRCUIT JuDGE I H Tburman t COMMONWEALTHS S ATTORNEY C 8 Hill of Marion County z BEFRESENTATIVET D Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERK WL iF Bpoker b CIRCUIT CLERK Robt NpeiCOUNTY ArrQRNEYT Scott Mayes SHERIFF S J Anderson BushIJAILER = Geol D Catlett ASSESSOR W T Mitchell r CoRoNERDr W El Grume RobertsiThe Senates debate on the tariff bill has ended and the bill as amended has passed that body by a vote of 45 to 34 The original Payne Bill with the additional 47 Senate amendmentsis now being con sidered by conferees appointed by the Souse and Senate who will attempt to reach an agreement that willjbe accepts ble to the Republican members of the conference it not to the Democrats and to the country at large While no doubt the bill as it will eventually be pre seated to the two legislative bodies for a vote will be a high tariff bill yet by comparison as it now stands it is an imt provementton the Dingley Law The consideration of and debate on the bill has tended to confuse the people as to the policies oft different parties A number of the Republicans have voted fora low tariff while many of the Democrats have been equally as ardent for protection of home products as is Aldrich the high priest of pro tection The Republicans who have been voting for a reduced t3riffare but carrying put the policies enunciated in the last Republican platform but the Democ whb have voted for a high i tariff haveforsaken their platform and the principles for which Democracy has fo long stood and for them no wordof- palliationan be uttered Hurrah for the Kentucky Farmer and his able legislative allies Congressmen Stanley and James and Senator Brad leyAfter a fight of years the six cent tax ontobacco has been removed and the farmer may sell his tobacco without having to pay this duty When we say that the tax has been removed we mean practically soIas the bill granting this relief hsdpedDoth the House and Senate arid will unquestion ably not be rejected by the conference committees of the two houses This is a victory for the farmers and forthose legislators who haye fought for them We hope that he bill will prove of great benefit to the farming interests and that Stanley James and Bradley will be amply rewarded for their unswerving devotion to the cause for which they hasecQQtendfd Newspaper Farmers Friend In an audience composed mostly of the members of the Farmers union recently one of the speakers expressed the mutual friendship between the farm and newspaper in the following As a rule the farmer has no firmer friend than the country press The ijjbome paper is distinctly the farmers own paper supported directljy and indi rectly by farmers who compose the backbone of the subscription list of the printer and largely for what the enter prising merchant t advertises Now brother let us not forget our friends Let us see that air subscription is paid a yearn advance we can do it The mar or the paper that fights o r Proctor Knott C autaitqua Ass n LEBANON KY J L 11BeautifulSme of the Attractionsr lMPIONSHlP j Concert Musical rent as follows ITeh1s1 10x12 jtJ50 12x14 lL 450 550 t pry for A D s KY 11 my shall have my support An other thing the merchants advertising are the ones who make it possible for us to get a god local paper The manor local firm who is too penurious to advertise and help support the local press has no right to the farmers patronage I promise hereafter to go to the live advertiser and the man who ddesI his share in upporting the local press thus contribu ing to my support rather than buy of Ia man who proposes to take all and giVe nothing back If farmers as a class would support their the other fellows would soon go out of bu essI=Florence Ala Times DEAD YET Grandpa a dead language jboyWillieIt being inur erect grandpa that I thought it mist be dead now aQQQJQnnenQ oo o opoaa rictaa oaoeo AT PUBLIC S LEl AdmJatoot As jA Sympson deceased I will onjt 1909 thisa being toll tycourt day sell to the highest bidder a the public square in the town of Sp ingfield Ky a fine 5yearold The property of the estate of J A Sympson deceased Breeding and terms made kn wn on dayof sale J A Cecil QO n 00000 r MUSICAL The Band the Dunbars KeljoggHaines Singing Party i Base Ball 14x16 English For of U of to f battles friends OOO Dr Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Extracted Pain CROWN WORK A All Dental Vork Strictly First class Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs r LOSTA Gold Medal with B Smith Sacred Heart Academy engraved on it Return to this office Send us your mail order and We can deliver oods to your door BROWN PARIS GREEN Co sfMMsi KY The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will serve dinner on county court d y in October School Tax for the year of 1909 wastJuly 1 Wharton i Treas Morgan wishes to an nounce that he will train horses that have been spoiled and are too mean to drive See him for terms Feed your poultry a good tonic to keep them in a healthy condition This meant more jegs more rapid growth ot the young Enterprise Poultry Pow der will do it Sold by ROBERTSON Write Brown Pa isGreeri Co Simms Ky for prices on pure Paris Green LOsTOn last Sunday morning a small white curly dog strayedLoff my home on Wall street Reward fo any information of its BERRYCTake your clothes to Links Rav to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed Wake up and order 100 pounds of Paris Green and we will make you a shocking price BROWN PARIS GREEN Co SIMMS KY Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cake and make Biscuits Its light pure White and healthful FOR SALEA Jatestmodel No5 Oliver typewriter This machineris in hrst class condition having been Used only three months For further par ticulars and terms apply at this office WANTED man or woman in each county to advertise receive or ders and manage business 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 particulars ADDRESS CLARKE Co Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AVE NEW YORK j LECTURERS Wirt lOwth r Father J M deary Gov Joseph Folk Hon Lavega Clements GAME EVERt Season days A series of games will be played between wingteams NEW HAVEN and V Days4dults IEarly diG Choice lois Make ydur arrangements NOW and Season Tickets range You Vacation Suit Thee Addreso THOMASSecy 1 LEBANON s NOr Monday July6 Jack Admr oroOOOD 0000000 Arragon G1 Teeth With- Out SPECIALTY Springfield Local News Notes rHAYDON whereabouts Trustworthy DAY Championship LEBANON GREENSBURG SPRINGFIELD A game of I all was advertised fo last Friday betw sen the Springfi ld and Lebanon teams The Lebanon team however showe the white feather and did not appear The onlv explanation that can be off red is that they kne that to play m ant certain def sat an that they prefe red not to play rather than to go down before our boys The physician of the county ire er joying themselves at Pleasan Grove today where ai open meetin of the Washington County Medical Association is being held There w llbe a number of address and a big dinner such as only Pleasant Grove can serve Probably the largest shipment of lambs that has been made fre m this point for some tine was that of yester day when local dealers nine fjtambshavebemer which considering the high prices have produced qiite a little revenue to the farmers an i stock ri3erslof the county iMr Kirk Cheatham lost a stallion valued at 3oQ lz st night of spa imodic colic He tOOk sick at Kelley sho but was brought to town after avingl beeu treated by a veterinarian whose treatment kern i to be beneficial It was not long ho wever until th horse grew worse and died in a short time Harry Shultz o ur star twirler and al round ball player will go to Bar stow this week to t e team attha KefUCkYH my near lisburg Ky one Black Bull weibht 600 dehornedjFinderDQtify buggyrmare to die is ic Mr Roberts n ha driven th j ms rein the afternoon nd put her in ttie sta ble in apparent y the best of ealth About eleven o lock she was s ricke and died within a short time I e ha owned the horse but a short tie hav ing bought her fiom Mr Duke oodlo Saturday Marshal J J Grace struck a rather obstreperous pri oner in Tom oope- Sunday afternoon Hooper and a companion were it is alleged sitting i their bugry on West Main stre t partaking of liquid refreshments When Mr Grace appro chedthe buggy Hoop er jumped out n arly running over him and took to tha tall uncut at full albuggyandfleet of foot and taking to the country eluded the Mar haloMr Hooper has not been seen sin e ure After all declared the wise guy there In no nat re faker more dangerous to the community than the geezer that sold my wife a leklskiB jacket for 300 ind which was fouat UTbe rabbit hide worth W Edward Reno LakekRey R 4 Willetts WhayneBradshawI Mr Otis Bradshaw and Miss Fannie Whayne two young people of the Texas manyITuesday night and marrying Miss Whayne is a daughter of Mrs R E Whayne and isa popular young lady Mr Bradshaw is a prosperous young farmer Mr and Mrs Bradshaw will return home tonight and will go to Mr Len Bradshaws for a few days The Sun extends congratulations to the young couple and wishes them a long iand happy married life Is Improving Joe Y ung who was shot last week by Hard in Warner and whose death seemed mminent at the time of the last issu of The Sun is reported to be better a id that there are now strong hopesof tns recovery The only danger which the physicians in attendance can now see is that of blood poisoning and they hop j to avert that The n jgro who is alleged to have done the shooting is still in jail having been unable to Rive the bail of 1000 required Commissioners Sale IashingtonClrcuit Curt Ky The Tern pie National Bank Plaintiff vs A Alexander etc etc De fendan a r Equity By virtue ofa judgement and order Courttabove styled cause for the sum of 150080 with interest at the rate of six per centum pe annum from the 7th day of November 1908until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY JULY 26 1909 at 2 oclock m or thereaboutbei- ng coUr ycourt dayto the highest uponIdescribed property toiwit or sufficient moneyeso The onethird undivided interest in 50 acres of land that being the onefourth ofc 200 acreS of land known as the old 3rmiles East of Springfield in Washing thenturnpike ton the East by the Gordon lane on the South by the land of J R WestbyfleasantRun der RAISEDt 205343oTot 1Tr214108F-or thJ purchase orice the purchaser- or purchasers with approved security bearioKlegalpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment A hen will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply with these terms- M G LEACHMAN M C W C C r Many Others 1bdoll CAMPBELLSVILLE I Camping Dates rProtect Your Families With Life Insurance We can furnish you with knsurance that selfsupporting in ce a qof total j disability and our 20 year conractsare guaranteed to pay out in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydon or Lee VanArsdalc representing theSouthern National Life Insurance CoE T WJGGIN ON General Agent Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the Best and Surest It affords me pleasure to state that I consider the as Chamberlains preparationtown rhoea Remedy of good results of any 1 haveever used in my family I says P E Herrington of Mount Aerial Ky This is the univer sal verdictof all who use Its cures are so prompt thirremedy that people take pleasure in r DrugCoTry Kentucky Star Flour Spgood n Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs Jennie Searcy Admr etcl Plain tiffs vs John Searcy etc Defend antsEquityBy judgement and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1 09 in the above styled cause I shall pjoceed to dOOlinMONDAY JULY 26 1909 thereaboutbeingand best bidder at public auction upon thefollowing t The property ordered to be sold con sists of a lot oh Main street In the city StoreHousesded and described as follows Beginning at a point in the Northern edge of Main street corner to McCabe Shader having a frontage of about backbyCabe and Shader Washington County McChordJohn RT Barber 192 feet to Southrern edge of an running parallel with saul Main Street of said city the same being the portion of th original bydeed18th day of July 1902 and recorded in WashingtonAMOUNT TO BE RAISED Principal of note 250000 15125Estimated r Total I270125 purchaserorbearinglegalpaid and having the agree an effectof a Judgment A hen Will be retainedon property for which bond is xecuted ecomplypromptlyM G LEACHMAN M C W C C t l l r j IIr THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUDY 14 i Js ROOFING Now is the time for that tin roof you wanton We can furnish you all k nds of q L V Tin Irony Pape1 o or RubePidRoofink From SI to 350 per Square If your roof is in need of Re pairs be sure to see us 1T WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK Plumbing aSpe ia ty l We also cary the Best Line iii Town of Builders Hardware and Farmers ools- If i you are needing a SEWING MACHINE be sure to call on us before buyinI Make Our Store Your Headquartersv Hatchett Andersen Springfield Kentucky MclNTIRE Miss Flora Keene has returned from JiSSBford were guests ot their cousin Mtiss I Sadie Medley ofLoretto Sunday last Misses Mary Bell and Louise Mont gomery ojf Springfield are spending a few days this week with th r Mr J R Montgomery j Squire J L Mudd after spending a few day in this vicinity has retur ledto his home in Louisyille Mrs Sallie Burns and sister Mrs Florence Thompson of Louisville who were called here by the serious illness of their mother Mrs Rose Cecil have 1timprovedJoseph of Louisville are here on a y it to her parents Mr and Mrs George Edelen I Mrs Ed M Fileatreau of Bardstow i Is the guest of pleasant relatives her Mrs Monroe Cecil whoj hasben quite sick tor several days what improved at this writing IS8omj Mn Tom Hamilton of Lo here with adarload of nice i c ew is 1 for sale I1 Our hustJ iyoungtrader Mr Toijn Wheatley in going from this to Valley Hill with a carload of mcelamts on Monday last had the misfortune of r getting sOme of them drowned in cros ing the creek Mr Ji C EnsOr bought of Clarenc- eNewton one nice fouryearold horse t JMiss ftheMr Robert Blanfordahd children of Louisville are spending a few days this week with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Georgjfe Clements j Twentyfive Cents is the Free of Peace The tell le itching aid smarting incident to c jrtam skin diueasesis al most instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25 cents For sale by the Leo Hayd m Drug Co Our Sympathy always extended to thosein distress but we have rio sym pathy tewaste on the man who borrows his neighbors paper when he can re one of his own at i mere nominal expense Your home paper andeyour borne town It deserves your moral and financial support If you are not a member ofour ofreaders should be giiyour subscription t i EFEEFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEiaSriEEEFEEEEEEEtS EEEEirEEtF FEf i A rirstClass W tchl I t Accurate Tim KeeperFully Guaranteed 1 lf t SOUTH BE- NDWATCHESIk itw w w ARE WHAT YOU WANTwe iii 3 3 33 33 3 i JAMES J GRAVES I 1 w tKU Watchmaker and Jeweler Springfield y 1 EEEEEEFiEE EEEEEtrEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEE E J wl EEEb The Artistic Temperament The woman in black tulle and dearly poke up sharply lam done with the at twtic tempera mont fair good l all she said I wash my hands of it Why Mrs BondprotGslea the debutante you have always been the good fairy of artists every sort and d scription What do you mean I will tell you Do you know that tall pallid sere aphic specimen the race whom have been intro everyPaWdi ninth Arthur toringston IYes go on chorused the listenerS I hadi met him by the merest hance I was struck at once by his reamy remote air I learned that lie JB a musician a violinist who ha studied under excellent masters ha come to ChIC to get some combos tons published had failed and was s randed here without a cent of money Cf course he didnt blurt this all out aj I am doing Exactly said the others VelT J went home and couldnt g t mt poor man out of my head He ha given me his address so I sent h tolunchwith me and discuss mat of business He came and play ed me divinely I knew he was i an artist the moment he drew his irs across the strings of that violin you have heard him yourselves I catechized him The upshot e matter was that I persuaded him a ter numerous Interviews long argu n ents an incalculable expenditure of d plpmacy and patience not native to a y squl to let me introduce him s me of the Vaudeville managers tc wn Base woman Corrupterof genius w jre the protests Well you may imagine the trouble I had to get even a hearing lor thou fortunate vaudeville managers with my artist of the temperament He dcubted if le would not be debasing his calling to so much as consider t4 p oJect And all the time there h wis starving That by the way was why you got up that subscription wasnt it Mrs Bond interrupted a young man at ht r right Yes1O admitted she I simply cc uldnt see him perIsh with that gf nius of his And I knew he must get h ngry between my lunches and teas H didnt mind the subscription at all How did he come the to rats of the drama 1 inquired b best V Beautifully They listened hopeful ly Oh such trouble as I had getting those appointments But you know it takes time to arrange these little mat ters In the midst of the negotiations jut when everything rooked rosiest mfrlend ofj the temperament disa pared Simply dropped out otsight le ring no word of explanation for ms What had happened In ten days he returnedwith a wife If you will believe me that in sane youth had gone and married a little country girl as inexperienced and and altogether Impossible as himse11on his prospects Then I had themboth on my hands I jouldnt let them die In the stre etatAt d there was something awfully ap pealing about Arthur Loringston His wife was a sweet little thing too though I had hard work to forgive her fo ruining his career by marrying him Jm tat that time So I set valiantly to on me re Arthur had decided that he mist study Jn Paris He really seemed to have an idea about it1 I agreed with bin meekly that vaudeville leas but a po ir excuse for art and hardly worth a mans best efforts Thenafter weeks of scheming and planning and pu ling I was ready for my cOUP de Vynat those weeks cost me in en engagements weariness of the flesh an selfsacrifice no one knows Poor Mrs Bond murmured a lis tener Finally the day arrived which was to make my artistic friends fortune to Assure him of his chan e to study In cor fort and dignity Siof the most im ort nt people ofusical sym pathies in the city had consented giv an hour of their time to meet and hear him play I knew th victory was already won Well we met and we waited I km w they were fidgeting and as for me I was shaking with fright Forty mil utes we waited in a dreary p tense of sociability and finally par ed Arthur Loringston had hik tha appointment I was sick with mo tlflcatlon but I was also alarmed MV poor friend I thought ter Iblp accident has prevented coming The next day I met him on the atn et He came up to me coolly sm ywitIriear Mrs Bond he said I w lorfY disappoint you yesterday but ras unavoidable My wife had a litt 4 attack of homesickness so natur ally I waa compelled to deny myself the pleasure of meeting your friends wWray hy ment sad all its worksI Z t J W V STALLARD DDS11 I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH XTRACTEp WITHOUT Pe in or Danger 1Done In th s office is tlrst I abdjnsttS Ovei McElroy Shad is Grocery oaoogoa ooop0 i Personal Notes Q o o ofg Cies Personal News o Ioaocsioa3ocioa2 O t Margaret Ha an is visiting oTfriends and relatives in L banon Misses Alma and Cordelia Spaldin r of Lebanon were guests o MrsThere a Hagan Monday harereturned LdkiTenn are visitir Jt relatives here- Mfssesl l Lizzie Water and Farm e tefty Okla is the guest of her barentsj Mr McElroyn f Mr and Mrs L Cstele of In ferrand relatives at ackville the latter part of the week t = Mr and Mrs Thos Medley an i children of Qwensboro ar 1the home of Mr Medleys G E Medley visitingJt rMiss Janie Hazel of and Miss Mazie Duke Oldha 0fB100 thscetJohnnie and Edwin Gree ae of Lou isville are the eekWIt ntseMr and Mrs 0 D Ha chctt hay returned from a weeks stay at Tathar Springs Judge L H Thurman and Mr C F Bosley were in Shelbyvil e the first of tire week Mrs N G Marks seen Saturday and Sunday at Tatham Sprin s Oklahomaergra Mr andMrs C R McElroy Mr Frank Willett has returned to Louisville after spending a his parents near town Misses Mary and Louise Haydon FlagstFloyd Will McChord Alex and Lyman Barber Frank Peters and Hood Cun nin ham attended the dance ab Tatham Springs last Friday night Mr C iH Mclntire is invMeade county Mrs Tom Spalding an Father Harry Spalding of Bardstpw i visited the home of Mr Ben H ydon the first of the week Miss Bessie Campbell and nephew Master Donald Campbell we at Tat ham Springs last week tMrs J iJ McCabe and c aughter Lillian are visiting in Louis ville this lwek M Rev PsfF Hennessey wa in Leb anon on business Monday Miss Mary Gleason recur ed home weekmta Miss Eddie Shader will lea e Thurs day tor a two weeks visit to f iends in Bowling Green and Glasgow Mr and Mrs AL Jerik ns who have been visiting in Bloom old ar rived today to visit Mr and Mrs G D Duncan r toMiss Leila Waters of Lou vie is spending several weeks with h r aunt Miss Lulie Waters Mr and Mrs T Scott M yes and daughter Miss May spent Mon day and Tuesday in Danville Nealewededtheenhop at Tatham Springs last Friday night Marionhison was in the interest of the Proctbi Knott Chautauqua Association ieof Henderson is visit loseasMiss Lou Booker Mrs T Con way and Mrs J C Shader wit spend Thursday with friends in Lebanon Messrs W F Booker W Con dor Will Russell and Prentice Boblitt have returned from a weeks tai at Tatham Springs f Ii ftiiilip e l Coif 25c PerfWe are ag ens for this celebrated Coffee and cordially Invite our customers to give it a aK h Katie HertleinBro Mrs Herman Hayes and little son of Louisville are visiting Mrs Hz yes parents Mr and Mrs G E Edelei Mrs Mary Wiesen and daughters of Louisville are spending the summer at Mrs M L Searcys Miss Mary Lee Simms an employe of Gruindy Mclntire is raking her vacation Mrs Will Peters of Sher an Tex is visiting Mrs C D Robertson and Mrs B D Lake Miss Grace Rinehart qf Leba on visited friends here Tuesday retubedfrom delivered a lecture before the Baptist Association Mrs J H Lampton who was called to Louisville several days ago by the death df her father Mr Wm DIn widdie haSreturned home fissSarahto their home in Lebanon after a visit to the family of Judge W E Seleem n Among the Springfield people vyho will go to Mammoth Cave Thursday are Misses Eunice QNan Mary Louise Haydon Louise Medley A ice McElroy Luhe1 Myrtle and Bessie Campbell Frances Martin Laura A ay Brawn Katie Hertlein Nannie TJhon ip son Dr G T Burton Messrs Shaker Robertson Wallace Rogers Alex B ir ber Parker Medley Lawrence OBry in rtton and Mr and Mrs R E Foster Free Wheat Bags Farmers who will contract theirwheat to us will be loaned sacks FREE OF CHARGE in which to ship same Con suIt its about prices before selling else where Ballard Ballard Co Lou s ville Ky To MammothCaveW- ashington county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 15 going on regu ar morning train 50 a m Round trip for only 715 which will include tie railroad tare board at Cave hotel Echo river route and great Mammoth do oute in the Cave See L N Agent dntGet a Divorce A western judge granted a divorce ir account of illtemper and bad breat i Dr Kings New Life Pills would ha e vented it They cure Constipatio pausing bad breath and Liver trotib e dachesand Robertsons RESOURCES Loans and U S Bonds 50000 Banks 6682927 total 39525295 Stock Deposit 253 96322 i 4fI 39525295 t It has rio Equal ills put up in one undopackagesground an for use sole tr ind Texas LIMiss Hattie Arnold spent laSteek with Mi IeldIMisses Arnold and Tucker withthIat ters parents attended the basket meeting at Mount Zion church laYJUIY 11th Born ItO the wife df Mr M C Brady- on the 8th a boy r The Misses Claybrooke entertaaned quite a number of their friends atthek home Wednesday night Mr J C Gordon and daughter Ifasv gente spent part of last week with relatives in Harrodsburg Miss Mable Hounghanr of Gordon burg is visiting her sister Mrs Jt c Mrs W Ernest Crume and sor of Gird wife of Bowling Green are at the home of Mr and Mrs Jacob Kiraber lin Mrs Donohoo who has been in Louisville for the past few weeks is now with Mrs LA Several of the young people fromthis r attended the party at the Ihom of Mr Chas near Lebanon Sat urdaynightIMr Morgan Arnold and fatally of PerryviUe spent with Mr ItL Arnold Mr R L Harmon and Willie R we were m Boyle County Monday on business Miss Ada Arnold left dait c ni duct a six months school m We Wish her success and C Q Durham of this place made excellent talks here Saturday nightlo the schools of Kentucky A large crbwl was present i Monday v1 Mr Frank Hardin spent part of last week with grandmother at Beechlalnd He also attended the meeting at Mount Zion near Crjaphn Sunday V 8 ported much improved Mr w H Wilson Happened to a painful accident recently A big wag on rolled over his foot He is unableMc iteWhayne two young people of this Tena and marrying hey will return home tonight and go to the home of Mr Len Bradshaw THE SUM and TIMES 35d ISTATEMENT OF THE CONDIGN t0 TaE1 First National BankSPRINGFIELD KY t At the close of business June 80 1909 Id t Discounts26698R Fixtures4OOpgI ILfABILITIES Capital 6000000 5000000Surplus 445318Bankjdeposits InjiVldual read Harrxte ofMacKyi7le Roseline Harmon Sunday BowlngGreen HarryThompson byHardm isrmanyfiends r Gross Earnings past six fc iBales i 1179354 ir followsPaidof six DAddedcent j2 00D 4 t 231slBPaidTaxesi 8040Leaving 1179351 i C McELROY Cashier 1S Lit J tJ THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 14 Imr tr 1 JJ t = If i r ill j fhf Z t t f t i 1 L Il t l t ry t I tI I Ir i Tify 1It1Jrii vj A to The Kentucky StatefairI Freer U 1 J 1v ManYoung Lady i sei i fiat i ii AI ouid you like a trip to The Kentucky State fair If so here is your chance i j The entuckY Farmer a ighclass weekly agricultural journal published at Louisvi le Ky furnish afreetrlp to the vSilKentucky State Fair the week of September isthto Igth including railroad fare both wdys two nights lodging and breakfast x in afirst lass boarding house lunch at the fair admission to the grounds two da s and nights and street carfare to and from I same and a years subscriptior to The Springfield Sun to any young man or lads ithin miles oi Louisville who se 4f cures t subscribers to The Re tuck y Farmer at roo each or who dives betweentsubscribes or who lives between 100 and 150 miles of Louisville and secures 18 subscribers or yho lives between 150 and 200 miles ot Louisville and secures e subscribers 4 Any who tails to secure the requisite number dj subscriptions will be alloyed a liberal commission on those bbtained With a little effort you can secure the best trip of the year and seethe greatest Fair in the c sorry without any expense Write for sample Copies ar l details concerning the trip i Begin now I Growlj personsimay also tfeke advantage of this offer i J V V VV IiiM HXK 0The state Fair is magnificent instructive and entertaining J irDon t to see it- nt Wvi r1 V v Cutputjthis advertisement and send Jt with the list pi subscribers io vf i 1iL 3THE KENTUCKY FARMER22 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky irxfi iv i 4 rr a1meR iA I i r AO p Rt nl 1HashSome people find fault when eating baSh becau e they donjt know what Is 1m It Such souls are simply try g to dodge happiness Would anybody r eVer start upon a journey It they knew the cars were going to lea e the track or that the bridge was sure to collapse No indeed Would for ers of hash ever order that nio t toothsome viand were it not for the delightful uncertainty attached to It the compelling mystery In which it js wrapped Why be wise when perfect happl 4 mess lies in ignorance Hash has stood the test of time and whatever it is made of history has yet to place a calamity at its door Wine hair a caused the head to rise above the church steeples pie has ruined the digestive apparatus and hot biscuits have brought the price of nightmares i down to a surprisingly low figure buff haSaihrmouth Why worry Boston Herald Just Wanted to Be MolKes mother is a Christian Scien tilt and sixyearold Mollie has heed mentajly healed more than once Qi i lliR Usually sbfes plet santly unconcerned j But one day recently came rebellion She had been mtighty and had not yet repented And mother all unmindful for once f the powerof mind over matter sat gazing at her daugh ter in plain whktshalKIdonext de spair But Mollie interpreted that gaze differently For several seconds she wriggled in obvious dlsqomfort under it Then he straightened up- and looked herm ther squarely in the eye Now Mamma stop it she cried sh rplyIto neednt try any more of your treatment on me I tell you Im bad and I want to be bad Turn About What shouts the patron of the restaurant Pif t en dollars for cot tee and rolls Ilti outrageous I wont pay it1Yes you will calmly states the proprietor My Wife went into your millinery shop y sterday andI paid 50 for some wire frame covered with two feet of lace and an artificial rose- N w you see how lit feels dont you Judge l WHEN YOU WANT oodtprintis yt kind we de and at the tight prices Gire the home printer the use eauce you woald ark for Us lose serchaattaale at huu 111IIIIIm WEEKLY COURIERJOURNA t Llea Henry WajUrson Editor Is a national Newspaper Democratic in kr politics It prints the news without fear or favor The regular price islioo a year but you can get the COURIERJOURNAL and J TEUNrBOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY t 0 1O If yOuwill give or send your order to this paper notto the CourierJournal f Daily Courler Journal one yea r V 600 Sunday CourierJournal one year 200 We can give you a combination cut rate Daily or Sunday if you will write this tonyJ jt t lIW1 1OLD OF RUSSIANS S EJECTS OF THE CZAR ARE STRANGELY INCONSISTENT Sdem Equal Mixture of Ferocity an- dGentlenessStory That Reveals Their Queer Ideas In Matti rs of Discipline t No one can be long associated with R SIanSWlthOU t reaching a condition of utter amazement at the extraor dl ary inconsistency of their mental m keup The kindest of men seem tore elve placidly the most blood cu thing doctrines they enforce the cruelest pf laws in the gentlest way or vice versa They are perfectly charming to individuals in groups of two three and utterly bloodthirsty to exactly similar individuals in gro psot twenty pr thirty Certain Jews after great massacres have tes tiff d that peasants have said tc them Poor brothers we must kill you An odd tale illustrating their queer ideas of discipline is told by a revolutionist who has just come to this country By those who ought to know it is said tobo typical ora singular simplicity of mind which is also said to be peculiar to the Russian A follower of Tolstoy was called on for military service He presented him elf to the 1army officers as re Quit d and explained that he could not serve because of his beliefsIAn said tho officer in charge po litelyjAbut you understand that this mea iOf course Ybu will be sent continued the officer to the Caucausus naming a prison of dreadful repute The guard will have to start at once with you He turned to severalother officers and Iscussed guard for few minutes Then he had a happy thought Why send a guard at all he said Your turning to the young man you can find yqur way there alone cant Vqu Yek W then that of troubl exclaimed the ofers des lighted Sa they wrote him a careful letter of introdlictlonHo the governor of th prison explaining that the bearerl was to be locked up as soon as he arived in a moat unpleasant cell alld in greitl satisfa your journey wont be top tiresome And they parted with great cordiality iThe oung man did as he was told and is now in prison The chances are pr ibably even that he and the govern r will Become sincere friends or that an order to put him to death will ar lve and be executed 1n the same iinperspnal eminently Russia manner S bBCribtoyT e SunL00 yes The and CQuiWsicarnaC iLSt l r4- The 1IBest Barg in reading matter that your mosey can buy is your local paper It keeps you posted oi the doings of the community This Papei will tell you the things you rsat to know in an entertaining tray will give yon aU the news oj the community its every visit will prove a pleasure it gives nore than full value for the rice asked for it A- Annoying Why does your excellenc look so of a revolution as Just reached the palace replied t tie president of Colombia Pooh that Will be over by noon I suppose so snapped tlie president petulantly but there a bull tight scheduled for this morn ng Different Whata look of admiration you baa on your face while she was ningirig 7 suppose I lidYou admt e singing hens No I admired her nerve Ii A i Dont Preach t About ilomeTradea- n at the same time send your orders for job printing out of town Your home printer can doyour work just aa good and in nine case out of ten he can beat the city mans prices because he pays much less for running ex penses By sending your next printing order to this office youll be better satisfied all around and youll be kitting the mortiy at horns 1I ii oelelieneoeoeOeOe O OeQaeO QQeQeQeQQQQ sJ QQQQe Ip 0 0 FOR SALE Q- e Q i1 a 0 i 0 0a8 Situated 4 12 mills from Bardstown on Ctxs Criik s ofarm containS 90 acres ofneyeroverfl bottom iJ land 90 acres timothy clover and bluegrass and timothy 0 pand clover meadow isyacres of valuable blue grass woods p Plenty of good TOBACCO LAND Fine young orchard I Dwelling and outbuildings A Bargain atSO an acre p 5 I 0For further information apply 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THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 14 1909 L fEr ONLY t t PERYEAR iiiI PER YEAR IkJ The Oriental J Nymph 1 B YAI L ROBBINS Copyright by Dolly Story Pub Co X Miss Blanches Duval was one of a aboutaern metropolis Her beauty vhlch was of the heart smashing varlet had graced the cho rus at different periods other meteor Ic careerlong enough each time to charm some admirer Into a reckless Infatuation I would give thousand dollars any time to get that scarab back again said the older o the two men It was evident that his speech was flowing as volubly as the wine which had pro duced IttI ousand spoke up the fair Miss Duval Where is the scarab whatever that It laughed the girt as she drained her glass Yes let us in Georgie bantered Rosle Ward i A scarab b gan wl1rrenjls a sort of beetle lookin j bug made out of stone They ar e of different colors mine was greent A Just a mate t broke in the hilarious Rosie devilIshblessed by Pharaoh They put it ver youa11right that time Georgie said Tom Crandall Rosies escort u on thjs occasion One night in Newt York Warren continued oblivious to interruptions I got into a gamble with some fellows at the club The tswere runrilng high and I fina Iyin4 up my scarab I lost it to a f llow named Chandler Burton Has he got it now asked Blanche who had been n uch interested in the story and whose slumberous lids now opened wide wit 1 concern as she bent toward Warren Yes he has md the others all told me he had the ted in the game J ought tfa have made him give it back said Warren gl mly Ill get it for you all rIght for the thousandsaid Blanche now keenly alert with the est of an adventure which furnished the spice of life to one of her tempdra eat Is It a bar gain George he asked asv she held hiseyes with au expression which had never yet fade to elicit the desired response If you wish It girlie he said reaching over and covering her hand In passionate pressure Whats the use making sucty a fuss over a scarab You can buy dozens of dollJarsto prevent his friend from making a rash bargain Why man his is a good luck stone because It was blessed by Piha raoh and had his upon 1L Be sides it is ext fn size and is surrounded by diamondssort of a brooch affair t Is really a Romans ornament tLHere Blanche DuvaHs eyes dilated with freshly aroused enthusiasm Her fertile brain hid already devisedascheme by whit i she felt confident she could obtain the gem using a PtsseSSlonof Its accom pllshmentplus the thou sand dollars She was tiring of the west anyway and was just a little bored by Warrsh who had attended her assiduously and for a longer time than she usually allowed anyone devotee Two days lat sr Miss Duval sent the following teleg amjust before board uJNewurday morning 030 Meet me train N New York C ntral BLANCHE DUVAL George Wart m watch d the limited depart with mi gled feelings of relief and regret while the train had hardly started before Miss Duvals unsteady affections were all ready for transfer to the interesting unknown Chandler Burton Her friend Haizie Bputelle was sure to be 11t e midst of things She could easily br ng about the meeting through some men friends Miss Duval looking las fresh as when she had s arted almost five day before alighted from t e train i New York with an Indefinable grac of carriage int the arms of her old chorus girl con panion Miss Boutelle was less than a we k later that Blanche Duval was again one of jovial party of four who occupied table In a Bohemian restaurant of trie great eastern i letropolia Chandler Buron a man about town whose interest it had of late becon difficult to attrrct had apparently cumbed to the tas s of Miss Duval His whole attention was conG tr ted into a ievourlng kaze as ii e analyzed the g rls unusual attractiveness Shimmer g shades ojr gold sh ne elusively throu h h her hair her face was almos oriental i Ita rich coloring while her eyes we retheof wondrous hue her mouth was a bile and expressive with Its full re lips Then it is settled that you will giv a stag dinner so I can out of pie and do my riental dance In na i ve costume cried Blanche with e feigned merrinn mt Yes thats s sttled but m decide ly unsettledsnce Ive mH you he said in a low nsteady voice Things have only just begunas far as lm concerned he added with a meaning WhiMssn le preasbizou ed I understand me the games only Just bcgaii I hope for both of us He then offered to heron the following dayto a costumers wher oriental stuffs were kept Blanche was very discreet In her confidences to Maizle whom she had found somewhat changed and not al together congenial But Maizle had rends red her the service she had want ed of teran introduction to Chandler entirelysure it would have Mal ies ap prove Bur on occupied one of tine hand apartmeriternoo when Blanche Duval was tak herhishad g thered in his travels over the world Her heart beat triple tithe when he care u lly opened an Ivory caSE and she tecogi Ized the scarab as it lay1m bedded among the flashing stones What luck was beret lazzlfnglybeautan in ocent voice as she viewed it with aging eyes Its a trophy the one I prize the most falh I S ould think you would Its so orient il in its splendor In that way It makes me think of youe answered hoarsely Intoxi sated by her nearness as they bent over it together youdinner advan age of the moment It will just complete my costUmerYo i shall my harem beauty In anpthf r instant he had taken her fiercely in iis arms while she yielded her lipS r sponsively to his kisses Qha dyer Burton in that moment found that life had not palled upon him she had lately feared With allot his former ardor he enjoyed gratify- Ing the whims of the capricious Miss DuvaJ By the time the evening of his din ner had arrived Burton was loathe to share his spoils with die men of his set by exhibiting Miss Duval as an orient il nymph But he was not in po sition to deny her in this and at the end o the famous spread the pie was manywaneAlt yes eagerly drank of the charms of BI ache Duval as the pie opened and slie slowly rosea true harem beaut On her full round bosom blaze the royal scarab from its dla mopd frame Her triumph Was COIn plete The success of her plan was now seared Th next morning at 11 Miss Duval sat Baiting for a cab to take her to the s atlon when Herbert Sanborn a stranger to herwas announced greeted her by ayfng Miss Dnyal you do not remember ine but 1 had the great pleasure of seeing you dance at Mr Burtons dinner last even- Ing Yes queried Blanche raising her exquisitely arched brows in wonder aa to what would follow Mj errand is of unusual abrupt ness but I am sailing for Europe to tuorrow I came to offer you 3000 fo the Egyptian ornament you wor last night I am a collector of i ar nd u and on that account it Is i robabrworth more to me than to yoi Acr ss Blanche Duvals alert mind flitted enticingly her possibilities with 3000 in her pocketand almost with out hesitation she accepted Mr San horns offer Ext sing herself she went hastily to th bedroom where her traveling bag ly packed From its top she took an envelope addressed to her in aiaizids handwritingthen delved to the pi ice where she had laid the ivory case Startled Into a frenzy at the dis cover it was gone she almost forgot to open Maizies note She tore it apart slid read My 3ear Blanche As I feel responsible n a way to Mr Durton for your action and have qlscovered that you have acked your bag foryour return to aUto nla with his jewels In It I have taken the liberty while you are yet asleep to return It to him with your thank Wh ever our other falllrigs may be let us noadd theft which lg a crimeto them I ho e you will be as thankful as I am that I haves saved you before It was too late Your sincere friend BOUTELLEsmove Is cordede New Problem felt Sclence A rest deal of attention has re cently been given to the cultivation of continuallyan cis E Lloyd points put that the ins evltal ile struggle of man With nature has ilready manifested itself in this 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all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students iliy dy Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev Granville w Eypilj or writd direct to the school 3035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky J Iii T E SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JULYr4 r r I xX Z aARoNtAKAHIR Where It Was Done +t Womans Home fwaadfiHe cut it an he piled ttoo soneTo1s one tremendous chore Joe Binit cut his behind the stove I In Luscombs grocery store Joe Bing he cut eight load 6 hay swan an raked it too An in 12 hours by the lo ifHe was entirely through sleptCutes j He cat it where he did the woodsy In Luseambs grocery store Joe Bing he plowed fopr acres onct He plowed it good and neat An tore the sun bad near gone down completeThehair Want tired ner leas bit sore He it all in one short day In Luscqmbs grocery store Joe Bint he made 55 onct By pickin hops dayWJthrtime upAwas it done same 011 place In Luscombs grocery store i Harrodsburg Democrat Changes Hands r Harrodsburg KyJ ll10LwBBrqwn this afternoon sold the Harrods burg Democrat to a corporation com posed of the leading Republicans of 9Harrodsbufgand Mercer county State Auditor Frank PJames whose home here is at the head ot the company Which takes immediate charge of paper The name of the paper will changed to the Harrodsburg Republican and will be made the official organ afl the party in the Eight district Charles T White who has been the eaitor of the Democrat for sometime will continue as city editor and it is understood that Insurance Commission er Charles W Bell whose home is also here will be the editorinchie t The itew company will file Particles of in corporation at once The Democrat is one of the oldest newspapers in the State having been established under th t name twenty six years ago Before that time however it had been conducted under other names Mr Brown who is one of the ablest newspaper men in Kentucky several Months ago bought a daily paper at St Petersburg Fla and ill hereafter center his interests there LOCUST GROVE TtIaMiss Clark BIan to o Boston lavis ting her sister Mrs Ed Birch Miss Frances Litjseyiis the guest of hen aunt Mrs Nannie Babbitt at Leb tanonMiss Lillian Leachmarij is visitingx friends at Wilhsburg Indianapolisfand family Mr Z P Leachman Jof Waterloo Iowa and Mrs Em VVitson of Grundy Home are spending the week with J S Leachman and family Several from here attended the sup perat Wilhsburg Saturday night MissTiny Reed of Wilhsburg is vis iting her fathers family at this placers Ollie Moore is on the sick list Mrs Annie Brewer and children of Stringtown spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Julia Leachman jGeorge Bruner is the guest of Colum bus Grimes Sts Lizzie Reed spent Friday with 1 DragooMr Mrs Lucy Rogers spent Saturday with th family of B B Leachman Mesdames Sallie Thomas Bettie Kayes and Pearl Hanby were in Willis brBr Saturday t t HAPPY HOLLOW t 1Mr Clifton Kidwdl and amllY Saturday and Sunday with family of Mr Sol Kays at his place Miss Nannie Royalty of Springfield spent from Wednes Jay until Saturday ousin Miss Myrtle Armstrong recently PerkIi Spent Wednesday with her andfife John Armstrong spentSunjjohri Armstrong spentSaturdayat Fairview Mrsf John Arm tr ng and daughter Myrtle and mother Mrs Royalty and Miss Nanie Royalt spent Saturday andwifeMrs John Crow ani little daughter withMrJMrs Rutha Royalty is spending sev etal days with Mr D ye Derringer and lleJMeSSS Monday Leachman Miss Myrtle pringfie l last Wednesday Mrs John Armstrong mother an daughter Myrtle spent M nday wit b rJ M Shields and family Mr Cammick ajnd family spent daughtireWednesday with his father Mr Hence S ott of near Polin Mr Tom Settles ant Misses Myrtle ymstrohg and Nann ie Rsyalty dined andmilya There will be preach ng at Hillsbor- c arch the third Sunda in this month Everybody invited to aptend 4 l PUlLiA rAs we have not seen a letter from our village for some time will try to of rain is causing the f a little uncomfortable linesil1JC of theltobacco patches and owing to the s wHl not be cleaned o good Oats a fine Several from here a tended the hop given by Mrs Worn at Tatham Springs last Friday night School began in the Sweet Home dis trict July 5th with Miss Emrna Hyatt as ht an interes in iMr near lu same WiJj the head with a berths t by Mr him Phillips and painfully but not ser ovslyhurt t Quite a lot of damag has been done al rig Chaplin River nd Glens Creek to the crops during tie recent heavy rajois and high water Mr Ellis Harlow of Tatham Springs Sundaybeof near String to Nelson county is visiting her fether Mr James Scot pn last Sunday nigit Mr Lithe Hardin accidentally disc harped his pi tol and shat himself in tie hand JMr Harry Crouch v ho has been at t1ERE rpOI1T Zf are a business man III didioueverth nk of the field of opportunity thatj advertis inS opens to you There is almost no limit to the possif bilities of your business if you study how to turn rade into your store If you art not getwting your share of the of your community Hulks a rtcaon People go v here they are attracted where they know what they cati get andfhow much it is sole for I you make direct statements intyour advertising see jto it that you an able to fulfill ery promise you make You willE add to your business rejuta tion and hold your customers It will not cost as ffiUbhto run your ad in this paper as you think It is the persistent adv rtiler who gets there liaye i something in the paper every issue ne matter bow small We will be pleased Ito quote you our advertising rites par ticularly or the yeas busi neMJ tri t FISHjIlRariton Ill for even months hras re turned ome to take charge of era thi eshing engine during hitfath ing sea ion ir RI C Pinkston is progressing nictly nlh his new houser f HARD TY se have been absent from you downoa ew items Yet weather still continues and th theirIw Miss s Mary Taylor May Mlyesand Edith rent were pleasant guests o Misses Valeria and Jennie Goodlett Fri day nig it Mr F M Hardin of East Texas spent Saturday nigh and Sunday wit his brother Mr Russell Hardin Misses Texie and Luc Barlow and Jane C eser attended the spelling bee skid ice cream supper given by thefMac rdcabees Saturday nights Mr Willie Carneyand sister 0ra1 andM iss Mat Hawk ins were guests of Mr J H Gray and family Saturn y night and Sunday Miss Sarah Trent is spending thisI week ith her sister Mrs Evan prow of Tat aqI Springs- t Mr nd Mrs John Hardesty are anI the sic list Miss Ida Haydon coUr popular young school teacher begun her school here Monday last with largo attendance Mrs Della Louis pent Friday with her mo her Mrs Mollie Williams Several from here Attended services at Mooi esville Sunday night Mr Jharley Trent attended the hop at Tath im Springs Friday nighf r wo Dollars an Egg paidbyMorgasn his check for thirty dollars to the Kel erstrass Fxarm near Kansas City Mo The price however is not so re markab e when the hen that laid the eggs is valued at ten thousand dollars She is he famous hen U eggYand has taken more high prizes probably than any hen in the wo ld Five chickens wer sold to Madame aderewski of Switzerland for seven thousand five hundred dollars I Rho graph Secures Pardon Jllustiated petitionsior pardon is the most no eland latest method of working UDOl the sympathy of Governor Willson As soon as Governor Willsori saw the photograph of John Henry Cole a convictat Eddy villei suffering with an disease the said that he should cbey the dictates of humanity and pare en him Cals serving1 a five year sen ence for boas breaking He die in a short time but his family ill take care of him Governor Willson also pardoned Edmund Walker nddecr Pit serving a ife sentence fo housebr mkmg the third conviction William Hannafdrd a other life ma under the habit ml criminal ac- or breaking into a coal louse and steal ng coal was paroned Will Dickinson ent up from Tojdd co my for life for malicion3 pz rdoned but the pardon ec Plld f Dickinson is arrested in jailor returns to the penitentiary dder li Held Over Lebanon Enterprise James udders arged with maliciously woun ing Th o S aldin several weeks ao was tried be oreJudge John A Bur in the county court u day After h faring tHe evidence the court held Tud er to a werto the next grand jnrjr and ir a bonq of 250 The bond was give and Tudder was temporarily dimissed The testimony adduced was Very conflicting The prosecution clai- mzi H l The ABC andX Y Z of ADvEgTISINGAJERIES writtaa by Seymour Eat n of Philad IN 0 Advertising and nevrs are fir PhOj usins The railroad stage c are grandchild and grandfather andj Four out of tusers i till use stage coach methods The agencY that distributes news has the quickest cheapest and npst effetive machinery for distributing advertising That agency is the news paper The man who Passe your slop window is goin somewhere He is on omeother errand If you want to catch him when lie is not in a hurry put your shop window in the ne p few articles at a time You can make a perrand fifty thousand people look at this kind oi every day and with much better selling re ults than if that hundredth walked by your shop one by one I know a retail stpr in one lof our large cities a branch of an English house which until the autumnIof1906 was managed bjran Englishman conservative dignified a man whp would have been shocked to see his shop advertised in an American rnewspaper He had an oxclusivej trade and his net profits amounted to ab ut 2PQOO a year This youngre a adv rtised yearfWhy Simply because there are five hundred knewhun saw ments in the newspaper and the shop has an ex cellent street location too This is a concrete asev the facts of which I upontthe quality of his goods ind his beautifully crestedIstationery and his attracive shop window perpendicularbacked dre ssparade clerks all of which were above critics The ybung American put the whole show into the ewspaper admission free Show me ten shops vhich advertise regularly in a daily newspaper and I will show you nine that are making money The failure of the tenth is prob ably due to bad management of some sort Some people value g ods by the price they pay others by the shop in whi i they buy others by the effect the goods have upon their neighbors It is only the common workaday ensible people who value goods by the goods Ify u want all four classes as customers it is your bus ness as an advertiser to make the caW fit Copyright lOas by Trlk ne Company Chicago ed that the assault was without pray allegedthatth MACKVILLE Protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church July 19 Everyone is invited to attend The supper given by the people o the Christian church ended successfully realizing about 34 A largo crowd was Irpresent All report an enjoyable time Mmfss Beulah Thompson Hayta visit in Louisville accompanied by Mrs Nelie Bircham of Louisville Kentucky Star Flour Best mad- eocipooooooooooooooooooboooo Your Printing yourbusinessretie kind Thats the kind we dor AIT EXCELLENT AS SOR TJD OF TYPE GOOD PRESSES lfTJTYPOGRAPHICAL ARTISTS ItheOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOQOO I 1 DatesiThe follow ing are the dates fixed far aiding the Kentucky Fairs f9r 1909 as ar as reported Stanford Tuly 313 days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July27L5 days dayfdays dayspanvilleBlue Grass Fair Lexington August 9 6 days Taylorsvill August 104 days Union wnAugustJO5 days Harrodsbu g AugUst 123days Leitchfield August 74 days Lawrenceb rg August 17= 4 days Barboursvi Ie August 183 days Brodhead ugust 183 days Shepherds tile August 183days Ewing Au rust 193days ShelbY villa August 245 days Springfield August 254 days London At gust 254 days Florence A ugust 25r4 days Frankfort August 314 days Hardinsburg August 313 days Tpmpkinsville September 15 days dayJr ill e September 136 days daysedford madeIIit l TMEY OAIoS6AEATEST3EWINQMI1g11ME tiGHT EJHl r If RotaryShuttleacbIne write to THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE GIMPAMV Orange MassMany sewin machines are made to sell regardless Ot quality but the New Home is mans weac lOur guaranty never rues out Said by authorize dealers ealy SAL EdM Mussel SUBSCRIBERS FREE GOUT ofIdiscdntinuefunder this held nil persons who are sub Chargejadvertisements wantedLandanother department the paper at nothingiIJ KYwntathy hay I1Hite Clements Rt 2 has for sale 1000 bushels ot corn liasforsell cheap hasforsale350feet hasfarMrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale 100forf J L Allen Springfield has for sale a 2yearpld colt Lloyd Havdon Jr Rt 4p has for settinglof hasforS B tfally Rt 2 has for sale a fins Jack registered ready for use Iwill sell worth the money IlebanonKyfor 15 J K Cheatham Springfield has for weWbroke salelot a Mrs B L Litsey has forsale S C ingtCnPittGame3 for 125 Mrs C C Christie Lebanon Rt 3 combbrowMrs J L Martin Rt 1 hasforsale S C Rhode Island Red eggs settinJtaf1JebanonKYbred chickens S C Rhode Island IbTeephonaA C Kimtall Springfield has for 1QOforW H Leachman Rtb has for sale white seed corn W P Merritt Springfield has fors ile Boone County White seed1 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