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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t ta KtI i iifI y t tI1C IAt f i m t iih jtl I- ks U 1- j r DEVOTE TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f J JJ 4it t p VOLUME t il f SPRINGFIELD ICYJ WEDNESDAY J JULY 21 1909 MfMllr133 I6NNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNN NNNN NNNNNNNNN I e REV AUSTIN PfINLEYJ i NN1N1NNNMNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNN N4 NNN j The above isa likeness of Rev AiUstm P frfnley who will conduct a series l of irevfvat meetings at the Christian church beginning July 25 Bro Finley iis ChJltthnoogphis Tenn he added one hundred Come to hear him at Springfield Wet as a people stand for the union of all the followers of Christ tsven as the Master prayed that they ma all be one that the world may believe that thou didst spndmeuJoJml721 As the Cleans of accomplishing t his union we advocate the restoration of Apostolic Christianity We hold that believers in Christ should wear no religious titles but thosp given to them in the New Testament aU other names tend to perpetuate disions We hold that umanly divls d creeds and disciplines likewise foster the sectarian spirit We r Jquii e of persons who seek membership among us only those things required by the Apostlesa onfessibnof faith in Jesus as the Christ the Sdn of the living od accompanied by repentance and a submission to the Ordinance of baptism We asa church meet on thefirst day of every week for worship instruction ana the observance of the Lords Supper as was the uniform practice of the early hurch cordially invite all of the ministers of the town and their congregations to come and worship with us during the meetings Wai A WOLFE I Oklahoma CityI The following article was written byi Mr Finley Scruggs a former Springfield bOy who is now making good t Itf the real estate and insurance busy L wens in Oklahoma City Ok la and will fte of interest to many of The Suns readers From a barren prairie to a beautiful city of 50000 people with 85 miles of paved streets a street car system of 40 miles a half million dollai hotel and ten magnificent skyscrapers is a wonder twttwenty years The street railway company has now undercourseof construction a million dollar terininaand office building Mor i ris Co the great Chicago packing firm has recently let the contracts for si a four million dollar packing plant and it is conservatively estimated that by I 1912 Oklahoma City will have apopu lation of 1000000 This is not a boomctom i but her growth pas been steady and substantial IIthegraphical center of the large and ferti e State of Oklahoma which stands today first among the States in the productin of oil first in gas first in asphaltum third in coal sixth in cotton seventh in cattle ninth in corn and twelfth in wheat Oklahoma Citys jobbing business fur 1908 was 2300000000 increase of thirteen per cent over 1907 manufac turing 700000000 increase of six percent over 1907 retail 100000000 increase of twentyfive per cent oyer 1907 V v w There has long been a belief among the manufacturers and financiers of the Bast that there would be a large jolt bing center in the Southwest somewhere West of Memphis Recent de velopments Tiaye made this prediction n come true and Oklaho a City is now acknowledged to be the favored city oa account of her location having the largest trade territory of any city in the SSouthwest Kansas City lies to the North at a distance of four hundre I miles on the East six hundred miles ciIi f away is Memphis six hundred miles South is Galveston and 1700 miles to the West is Los Angelleaving Okla homa City in the center ofa vast and fertile terfitoryot nearlyhalf million square e Oklahoma City being he distributing center of a large portio of this terri tory when the Panama anal is opened muchof New Yorks t afflc will natur ally be deflected to s me port on the Gulf Coast The trade or this S est territory will natu ally be through its trade c rifer which is thisIOklahoma City is also a railroad ce ter being entered by foi r large trunk lines e g the M K and T the Santa Fe the Frisco and the Rock Is rna The increase in passenger re- t of these fourlinesj for 908 over 11l907was peep cent while It le increase in freight receipts was f irty per cent shoWjIWith a 30000000 higfi School three ward schools now under course of con s ruction ten public schools already built a large university with prospects pfj another in the near future Okl h dinIa r youth T The religion of a people being the most determinative principle of their civilization a review of Ok lahoma Citys enterprises would not be omplete with butj mentioning the wonderful growt of her religious institutio s It is suf ficient to say that today she bas forty fiv hurches of all de onij tl0 ns ep es ntmg a yala of 100200000 The St Lukes Mejtnodist Church was the la ejt erected haying just been com rlletbdat a cost of 1000 00 To say that Oklahoma pity is the nitedStateis fpr neiF cornier for the many surprises and varied opportunities which this Queen City of the Southwest has In stor for hiirf FINLEY M SCRUGGS TI WAREHOUSE NInCOMPANY Directors Met Monday and Trans acted Important Business Twent five Per Cent on New Stock to BePaidI The board of Directors of the Way t irgton Countyti obacco Warehouse C ompany held a meeting July 19 1909 busIinessasp reports of building and other com nittees all of which were approved b r the board and shows that satisfac- t ry progress is being made in both n w buildings and other improvements i d cating that bythe time the tobacco ds ready for market every facility will CouqtyTbaccoly nance of one of the best tobacco kits in Kentucky thus sec maI ei ery grower the highest market price fcr his tobacco whether his crop be la rge or smajl At a former meeting of the board it w is determined to sell at par 800000 r thecomIpst ick construct additional buildings and nmke other necessary improvements Tliis was made necessary as originally comIpis ue ofst cki50ooooI t the time it was determined to sell 8 00000 of additional stock it was th Might there would be considerable difficulty in fining purchasers for it B4t when the subscription lists were eximined it was found that twice the SUbelSCibedtors reduced the subscriptions so that thl 800000 of stock was distributed among the various subscribers on an equitable basis to which the sub scribers allagreed efore any subscriptions were aCr cep ed it was determined that the owners who had paid for the original issT9f 700000 of stock had been forbsom were entitled to some consideration when the board declared a dividend of ten per cent on all the original 7000 00 stock paid for companynnee money at this time with which to pay for buildings in proc- eSs jof construction it was determined it was best that the ten per fen divi dend should not be paid Until after January 1 1910 when the money would inItermenta now under way Thel directors ordered a payment of twent five per cent on the subpcrip tions for the new stock stock the re mainder to be called for in instalments r of twentyfive per cent as the work on the improvements progress As 10 the old stock subscribed and allagof sue i subscriptions hot paid for by August 1 1909 should be canceled and any nctes given therefore to bfe re turned to the parties who executed themIA co nmittee was appointed to audit andtreashwno were an exp rt accountant to assist them in their we TkCThis committee will make a full re port to the board at some time in the near rut ire which will be ipublisrfed for the information of all the stockholders ont Get a Divorce A west ernjudge granted divorce account of illtemper aril bad breath Dr Kin s New Life Pills would have preventec it They cure Constipation causing bid breath and Liver troubl- the mte j1per dispel colds banish h aches conquer at Haydon arid Robe tsons Chili25c r NNNNNN NNNNNNNNN ir1andid seep Somewhere between the dawn and dusk i There is a quiet hour i When Love looks deep into your eyes From out his leafy bower i Somewhere he waits to come to Y9UI Lovetimid and lovewise i i But it might hasten things a bit If you would advertise NNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNN 1 To Win The Independent Vote ftf ISENATOR BENJAMIN B TILLMAN I am not advocating an independent party said Senator Tillman in hjs St Louis address to the Modern Woodmen of America though much of the speech why devoted r to the paving of reasons s why the people should Vote indepen dently as well as intelligently The South Carolina Senator has neve given voice to sounder commonsense There is nojroom in this country for an independent party at the present junc ture and there will be none The fight for the House of Representatives next year and that for the presidency three years hence will be fought out between RepubIlicacided by independent yoting Mr Tillmans advice as to Voting isi good but superfluous Nearly every great political contest is decided by the independent voter Voters whp fare Republicans in one election and Demo crates in the next are numbered by the hundreds of thousands In 1910 and i in 1912 they will be counted by the millions The Democratic party can win them or jhold them only by offerin convincing assurances that it will if successful do the things they want doneEli a ethtown News Enterprising m Among the most enterprising and up todate Springfield business firms is that of Katie Hertteih Bro They givjmgleast money by installing in their cor fectionery the finest soda fount in this section of the State The woodwork of the fountain is of hardwood It is equipped in the latest manner The soft drinks ale kept ice cold by liquid air and when served will be much more palatable than when cooled by crushed ice which dilutes the dunk The bun tarn will be open tomorrow arid Miss Katie and Chris invite their patrons to call and see it 29th Annual Picnic 29th Annual Picnic Tunnel Hill Ky July 31st Onehalf fare on L N 10d0 round trip from Louisville on special train H G Fowler Prop LAR6E i ATTENDANCE At eachers Institute Public E ercises at Opera House Last Evening Wh n the Washington County Teach ers I stitute was called to order Mon day a i exceptionally large number of teache rs were present Prof G W Colvin isj chairman of the Institute while Prof A S Mackenzie of Ken tucky JriiversitVi is instructor This is Prof Mackenzies first visit to Spring field but he is making a fine impression by his straight forward and practical talks suggesting to the teachers many ideas hat will benefit them and point ing out to the public wherein it may by its support not only encourage the teachei but produce better general edu cational conditions in Kentuck- yIt is o be regretted that Supt J W Bush n ill and so tar has been unable to atte d the Institute The exercises held at the Opera House last evening in connection with the In titute were both enjoyable and instructiv- A music program was rendered by some Of the townspeople while trpfs Colvin Hume Durham and Ma ikenzie made brief aaddresses on the functions of the teacher in education Tlife speakers pointed out the fact that th duty o f the teacher is a sacred one anc that his greatest compensation consists in the development and achieve ments oif the child whom he has trained They riade plain however that the teacher are not being sufficiently com pensateb materially for the work that they do and the ends they accomplish Anottier evening Thursday will be riven ver to exercises similar to last eveninJtoi which the public is again nvited HANDSrt C McElroy Purchases Interes- of 0 p Hatchett New Firm To Be Known as Mc Elroy Shultz It is very seldom the case that Jtoodj usiness men after several years ofI lamest endeavor find themselves where hey started yet this is true of two of pringfields most prvminent merchants Messrs A R Shultz and Jas C Mc Troy have been traveling in a circle I or eighteen years the hardware firm thne entlemen above named wasone of the best known concerns in this section of McgElroy sold his interest tp Mr P G cElroy the firm then becoming Shultz nameIas hanged to Riedel Mr J W iRiedet having succeeded Mr cElroy After in business for a short time MesstsOtho Hatchett and- S im J Anderson under the firm nameI Hatchett Anderson took oyer the business Several weeks ago Mr An d iron sold out to Mr Shultz and the Turn was christened Shultz Hatchett NJW Mr McElroy has purchased thin crest of Mr Hatchett and the circle hs s beenrcompletedo successors to MElrby Shultz et als The Sun f WI her all kinds of success Ch imberlains Colic Cho era and Diarrho Remedy the Best and Surest It affords me pleasure to state that I onsider the preparation known as Ch amberlains Colic Cholera and Diar tea Remedy the best and surest of go d results of any 1 have ever used in mj family says P E Herrington of M uritAerial Ky This is the universal verdict of all who use this remedy Its cures ire so prompt and effectual th t people take pleasure in recommend ine it For sale by the Leo Haydon Drug Co LJil j i CREAMERY ASSOCIATION Directors Meet and Discuss jPfans For FutureCommittee A p pointed to Canvass The stockholders of the Washington County Creamery Association nekis meeting at the law office of T Scott M ales to determine what disposition should be made of the property belong ing to the corporation Because of the lack of cream the creamery was closed July 1 and has not since then been in operation I A committee was appointed to inves tigate conditions and reportnext Sat urday upon the advisability ot reopening pledgecreambe run bythe company on certain days of the week to gather up the milk thereby saying the farmers and dairy men the time and trouble of delivering at the creamery countylikealmost without manufacturing and briefness enterprises of this kind and when it can easily be demonstrated that this business will be aboon to thecommnu ity it should not be allowed to faiL Every man having iows should WKK scribe cream and hplp tpkethe creamery a success and at the saner time make money for himself p t 4 Quarterly Court 16ot 2Two cases were tried out in Quartef ii JyCourton Monday The first waaRai Royalty vs Will Hatchett and Job Foster for a balance due on some to bacco sold bv plaintiff to defendants The defendants plead a breach pf warranty Considerable time was taken up with the evidenceandargument before the case wasfinally given to the jury The plaintiff was given the full amouat for which he asked 30 An appeal will to the Circuit Court tIn the suit of Lloyd vs Carneythei plaintiff was gven15 damages for corn alleged to have been destrd a by the defendants hostS The plaintiff asked for 30 Theother cases on the docket were either continued by Judge B LJ Ljtaey judgment by default was given Bank Statement v v In another column of thfs paper will be found the statement of the Peoples Deposit Bank called for by Secretary of State as ot date July 8 Accordiag to recent ruling of our State officials all State Banks will be called on to make statements of their condition from any back date thereby causing StateiBanks to be ready at all times 19 matte legal statements This statement of July 8 shows Peoples Deposit Bank to be in strong growing condition The regular SemiAnnual statement- of said Bank made June 30 shows groan earnings for first six months of the year to be 888092 After payint all expenses to date and all Taxes for veer 1909 left anet earning of 6 per teat forsixonths which should be very satisfactory to its stockholders f Automobile Line rThe people of Springfield are now gn joying the novelty of an automobile- line between here and Lebanon Tke cars were put on yesterday making several trips during the day They are of the type generally used in the West and are well adapted to of thIa tkindtnDsleaving here at 830am Irp m 5 p m arid 730 pm Thetare ht 1 or round trlp1QO IUse Kentucky Star Flour to bakw your Cakes and make Biscuits t s light pure white and healthful y f r tr r 2TE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JULYllI Ij+4 I LET US TEST VCKUR t EYES and fit GLASSES t 121 JEW BARGAINS WATCHES IN iWe can You in Everything the Je Line EDM RUS ELLS + + 1 Illt FARM kD- i TOf Items of Interest to Farmers and Livestock and Poultry 3 Raisers r Don t tolerate loafers A hen wont work will get into mischief 1 Keep the drinking water in the cool plape possible Sun will quickly af fectthe water J = r These hut sweltering days shady re treats are a blessing to both old and foung fowls Remember a few drops of tincture 0Iiron inthedrmkinw at this igood for your fowlsIFeed only l mp at once Dont allow feed to lay around and become filthy efqre the- eJ cks eat it Sunshine is a cheap tonic and disin ecfani Let it sweeten up the rakeiitout I Fowls are naturally hardy and con tagion in a flock is due to careles1nessI oh thepart of the poultry j proved by the fact that expert f try raisers have very few sick chickens The pullets intended for layers ext pars should have been hatched in April apd May and even earlier with the Btrger breeds and they should be rush = endalong so that they will begin to lay aboUt November s v this time of the year fee the bug of neglect in your gardenI R is the most of anj you will have to contend with Dont work a misfitting collar Gore or swelled shoulder will most IAI tainly result Then your horse w nfirnttAfter the fruit is off the raspberry canes cut them out and burn them The sooner this work is done thej bet tier Hoe and cultivate the new Fanes which are to bear fruit next season Lentil August The aim of the poultry keeper ought to be to make his fowls comfo table and contented and when this ouch is accomplished he can rest assuredheis ip a safe way to secure an abundant yield t of eggs rIIf horses or colts have worms try feeding them raw potatoes thinly sliced Ybif will probably have to mix the po throes in with the grain at firptsight to get the horses to eat them A few r h ft it fo 1 1 T 1 Y We have just brought 1 on the Gr latest Line of +Spectacles in Central Kentucky All thelat +est style Glasses and any style Rims We can furhi h you with the best grade oi goods +at the Lo vest Prices t t Suit in t til ter grpItdJ Ajbut destructive raw potatoes each week arejgocd for a horse at any time As an egg gets lder says the Spatula the water c ntained in the white of an egg evapon tes and thus causes the empty space at thethickend of the egg to become jnjarged The larger that ompty spat becomes the mare the egg rises in tht water till incourse of time it floats hardItask if a gram of c rhmon sense is used The mare should not be workedtoo hard although a dz ily useful exercisers sheIperiod that she is carrying the colt A woman in Ver rcont says that from 60 pullets and 12y arhng Rhode Island hens she sold la it year eggs to the amount of 2626 not counting the eggs used in a fa nily of four Feed advertising etc ost 94 77 making a gain of 16782 hese hens laid 8745 ergs A Wisconsin maofedorieofhis cows 60 worth of fee last year and her pasture feeding lIking and stabling cost 1150 more making her total cost 7150 but she pi oduced 90 worth ot butter 1770 W rthof manure 1 worth of skim milk and a calf worth 5making her total ir come H4 Plant more tre s In a few more years they become a big paying invest ment Utilize eve y available space on the farm for this purpose Plan to never let a year go by but that you have put in a few rees It is too late to set any out no but make up your mind that you will put some in in the fan and next sprinj The Alabama tate Veterinarians report gives a con plete ccount of the years battle with ive st ck diseases in the State A large amount of territory was practically c eased iof ticks thus offsetting to some fxtent the 52000000 annual loss they ate estimatedto cause in Alabama Tub erculp is glanders hog cholera shee scab and rabies are all dealt with at s me lengths i the ret t port Bloody or reddis milk may be caused by blows on by inflammation from otheruses and is not uncommon in summ jr when a sudden accession of rich i ood may induce local congestion With ir creased flow of milk Law says If he discolored milk is caused by congest on a saline laxative followed with nil ref a restricted diet and frequent bath ng of the udder with very cold water is useful Well bred or yen good grade pigs should weigh 60 to 80 pounds when weaned at three months of age and should then go oh alfalfa clover or other fresh gree i pasture and have corn twice a day Late in the summer iidi i wwWW + + + + WWWWWWWW WW WW + Ilcer Ice ce1 i Coupon booksnow on s le a 4 ft For CASH Only 4 aftI a Ii500 000 and 2000 p ound coupon books for r sale at ten per cent IDiscount ffl tBJlY abpok and save move on your ke his summer It t Springfield Water and Electric Light Co 1- i G44M 1t1t riW t there should be ready for them a pasture t f rape field peas or soybeans be sides the corn If their tee fb dome sore change to shelledsor i soaked twenfour hours in water slightly saltec J r t Periaps the fall is the be t tirne to start in the poultry buSiness for then the oundation stock can b purchased for d ss money than at anyother season The hens wjllthen be accustomed to th ir new quarters before they begin to la in the spring and haVe nothing to int rrupt the good work Where the begin er is experienced in the care of young P ultrv it may be wise to buy eggs and start with the young birds but otherwise it will be better to pur chise mature fowls and obtain aomeex pener ce in their care before attempt ing to raise young ones It s ofte necessary to plaster a woun up before a veterinarian has time to arrive and therefore it may not be amiss to give a simple recipe for makin sticking plaster It is as fol lows Tallow two ounces Burgundy pitch four ounces Spread on linen blista islow fire till dissolved and then with the fingers rub the into the part affectfed Cantharides pulverized four ounce1turpentme two ounces Eng ounces beeswax two ounce CHO OLATE LAYERCAKjEGrate enoug i sweet to make eight tables oonf uls and dissolve lt or work to a sott paste in a half cup of hot milk Cream a half cup of butter and a cup of sugar add five eggs beaten light then the melted chocolate and milk a teaspoonf of vanilla and enoug i prepared flour to make a good cake tatter Bake ih layer tins and put the layers together with a white frosting Deafness Cannpt be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one to cure deafness constttutiopalreinediesDeafn dition of the mucous hningof the Eusta hian Tube When this tube is in flame you ha e a rumbling sound or imper ect hea ngand when it is en tirely closed is the result and ur less the formation can betaken out and this to e restored tp jtsnormal condition hear g will be destroyed torev r nine cases out of ten are caused by Ca arch which is but an in flame condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for anv case nf Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0- fSold by Druggists75c Tick Halls Family Pills for constipation fAIR VIEW The Bath angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Eddleman and took t lerefrpm tneir little baby girl July K 1909 Mr nd Mrs Palmer Cheatham visi ted he sist ir Mrs Ed Moore Saturday night Miss Mollie Hines and George Moul attend id church at Mount Zion Sunday lion to the wife of Joe Goatley July 11 aby Mrs John Reynolds and Sallie Hend ren spent Tuesday night at the home of Mr Fred Ch atham The three month old infant of Mr arid Ms Errierson Barlow died July 11 Mr nd Mrs Herbert Eddleman are on the sick list George tout and John Green were in town uesday The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sum and CourierJournal fLSi Commjssignes Sale I Washington Circuit Court Cy The Temple National Bank Plaintiff vs A M Alexander etc etc De fendantsEquity By virtue of a judgement and or ier of sale of the Washington Circuit Cc urt rendered at May term 1909 in he above styled cause for the sum of 150080 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 7th ay of November 1905 until paiq I s all proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kv on MONDAY JULY 26 1909 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout be ing county court dayto the hig stand best bidder at auction upon a credit of six months the follow ng described property towit or suffici nt thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to made The onethird undivided interest ir 50 acres of land being the one fourth of 200 acres of land known as the old Archie Mayes farm about three 3 miles East of Springfield in Washing theNor4hturnpike on the East by the Gordon lane on the South by the land of J R Durham and on the West by Plea ant Run as the ptopertyof A MAlexan der i AMOUNT TO BE RAISE 3 Debt and Interest 82053 43 Cost 765 and 7500 8265- v Total 21 108 For the purchase Drice the purchaser or purchasers with approyed see rity ringlegalipterestpaid ard the force and ictTe t of a Judgment A hen will ibe rets med on land for which bonds exec ted Bidders will be required to jcorriply with these terms M G L fACHMANMCW C Commissioners a Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs Jennie Searcy Admr etc Flain tiffs vs John Searcy etc De end ants Equity By virtue of a en ent and order of Washington Circuit ourt rendered at the May term 1909 in the above styled cause I shall proce d to offer for sale at the Court House doV in Springfield Kyon t MONDAY JULY 26 1909 r At 2 oclock pj m or thereabou be ing county court dayto the highest and best at public upon a credit of six and twelve month the following descried property tovit The property ordered to be sold consists of a lot on Mam street in th city of Springfield JCy and two brick Store Houses thereon and which lot is oun ded and described as follows Beginning ata in the Northern edge of Main street corner to M Cabe Shader haying a frontage of bout 35 feet on et and runnin hack by parallel lutes on the East wit i Mc untySimnfsChord on the Wesr with the ne of John R Barber 192 feet to the outh rem edge of an running pa rallel with said Main IStreet of said city the same being the portion of the orginal bydeed18th day of July 1902 and recor ed in the office of tl e clerk of the Washing ton county count Deed book pag 503 AMOUN TO BE RAISED Principal of ndte 2 0000 Interest i 5125 Estimated Cost 5000 TotaJdJJ 2 01 25 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security aringlegalpaid and having the force and effct of a Judgment hen will be retained on property forwhich bond is exe uted Bidders will be required to cimply promptly with hpse terms M G LEAb MAN M C 0I A Business r Proposition Did you ever stop to tliink Mr Bus ness Man tha the newsof our business s y mucha part of the ocal events J s a wedding or a churchair The dies b are jusfa5 much interested in a new f brie you have on the shelves as the are in any home happening Your tort news and anouncements in hese columns will teacha large circle of eager buyers Thiswill ehablc you to sell your goods while the are new and fresh and you will not nantlcun Limit to Speed of Autos The authoritle of Shanghai one of the busiest towns in China ave passed a bylaw allowing motoris to maintain speed of not more thtn 30 miles an hour while passing though the city aJ aaan Young mens suits with plentYQf 1I grape and full of ginger built m in a way that wontfancy and built in that fancyway because theyre not meant for old folk Wideshouldered coats FullPeggedtrousersThe shape that you find in em the first day will infohefatsthemonths through which they give satisfaction into the price you give for them i The Rpbett o laybrooke Co Incorporated A Horrible HoldUp About ten years agomy brother was held up in his work health artd happiness bywbat was believed to he hope less Consumption If writes W R LiPsal comb of Washington N C fHe took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctos but found no help till he used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He OLD SEEDS i is a well man today Its quick to re Ileye and the surest cure forweakor randiand all Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranted by Haydon and Robertson Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Tb SUP and CourierJournal I iiF I GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND t Are a safe proposition for us because we can buy them under a guarantee that any ahipmentEound to be untilfactory can be returned at the shippers expense stockDoesntproposition for your I M Trent Willisburg Ky 1909 I9O9 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ w4ft Bmtfttg fDB tAND SHARE GET FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Yeart EVE YRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE ACOPY OF THIS SPLEJiBli WALL ATLAS ITh Latest Kentucky MlpUp To 1909Full and CeerplsttEngraved especially for The Evening Post nt a cost of 13600 InchesTheChartThe Portraits of nil the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the onlypicture of its kind in UaifedStatesof the or1do withCoatsyear16MJKentukyocratic State CentralCommit tees and SlateExecutive Committees Senatorial fROM TfromStatistics of the Panama Canal Great LAkes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip pines Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Original States and those admitted The EveningsPost Kentucky Governor Wan O Chart to those whosubscribe for the Evening Post for One Year at fS00 or for Six Months at J200 by Mall This price for those AgentSend who cannot get The Evening Post delivered Co and full description of lettbeiliac Shelby THE EVENING POST LeuIsvlHe Avqtisias Wilisos SPECIAL PRICEA PERAND350 PER yeAB II y i iTHE SPRINGFIELD StyN WEDNESDAY JULY 21 1909 3 Bargain echoed t bargain DouJitOh please Deacon didnt mean to see lyv She hurdly W was staying H What bargain 71t demanded Douglas She told me that you and Iperi wasnt ever goln to see each other1 agln roared Strong If Id knowed sfie was goln to keep ot with thlaj Foton1So thats It cried Douglas litwas all dear tohira now e recalled everything her hysterical behavior her laughter her tears It was you Rho dro e thnt child hack t this e glanced at Pplly The narrow shoul ders were bent forward Tle Den uR little flngerr were clasping and uncle p lig each other Never before hldshe seemed so small and helpless Oh Mr Johnplease please dont make hlmiiny worse jWhy didnt you tell raetf be de elsobbedleave me alone 1 vIt would haveydpneall the good In the world What right had he toseniT y t1IIIg tabbornly What cried Douglas It was my duty r Your duty Your narrow minded bigotry It dont allow no man to talk to me like that not even my parses longerdeclared r squarely He was master of his own affairs at l stPoJJy clung to him r 1begging and s ti Oh Mr John echlngI Ar A HIS BENEATH Il HOOFS What do you mean by thatT shout ed Strong r menu that I with and your narrow minded be fore because I mec conJegatl1q But now this girl She needs me to protect such injustice as yours Youd better be prot ectln yourself Chats my ndvlce to you I can do that without your ad flee Maybe can find another lurch with that circus fidin girl ahrngiu uYOU1COU1entreaty You couldnt another church Theyd forgive you Its no use c o let me got Youve got toe Listen Polly He drew her toward Him God Is greater than any c urc or creed Theres work to be dos every wberef his work1 Youll soon find out about that thundered Strong OU I will answered Douglas wit- his h head thrown high This child ha no new rld to me oiJ his sbovfn me a broader deeper hums DI 31- She nd Iv ill find the way together It wont be an ensy ne Ill you that Strong to Im not looking for the easy way Douglas called after him then he urn ed to draw Pollys arm within hlsihut Polly hud slipped from his side to fol 1 low the deacon Oh please Iaeacon Strong pie ser sheilfT Ijl You wont go a w like 1 t j 3- t= BY AAT IAYO JI COPYRIGHT BY DODD HEAD AND CONPAIn that Hell be allright if youll onlt nOffloneRtJytonight nnp Im goingthls tithe forever You urd going tdstay here wit mej cried DoulaR No no Mr John Ive made up mj mlpd and I wont be to blame for you firmlInow I d nt belong to your world and tldont ant tortry any more Iir what be called meIm n circus riding girl I was horn In the circus and Iu never change Thats my work ridln and its yours to preach You musu la your work and Ill do mine r She started toward the rfhg Elols and Barbarian were already waiting ai the entrantEloise he took one step toward her then stopped at the sound of Bar kers voice iuadJes ard gentlemen jne called wiv are obliged to announce that our star rider Miss Polly will not appear tonight we offer you in her place an ablis substitute title Eloise on her black untamed horse Barba nan 1Eloise put her hands on thee horses back to mpunt iTheothIponyo r You cant not Barbarian He dont know your urn So much the better She seized the bridle from t lie frightened girls hand Polly h nisei Douglas He had followed her to the entrance I must I irillj She flew ii to the rug before he could stop he He took one step to follow her Ir r Ji I VAUQHT THE SLIP OF dIm tit ARMS JHSTAS SHE WAS ABOUT TO SINK FAINTING THE RS S believed you cerpeer turned prdmlsel Youd bettor Ut her alone ana get out of here sail Strong His cola was like a firebiahd to Douglas He- turned upon himlwhlte with rage You His fists were clinched II drew hUlk to strike Jim name from behind the wagons Just In time to car 41he uplifted arm- Leave him to me This nini no par sons job The pastor lowered his arm but kept his threatening eyes on the deacon faceJ T Wheres Poll t skedilm In there Douglas pointed toward the main tent Vithout turning his head He was stl glaring at the deacon and breathing hard TIeltncedbrought hen fo tie entrance curtains intoeGod tVb Barker stop herti He at Jims slipaaway Shes goln to ride Shes goin to ride Barbarian las crossed to his side and Polly was springing on to the back traluedtshowy but less dangerous feats than PollysShes gain through herregulnr turn jvlth WIg Shes to break her rte rc neck sad lint She Wants to do It uponDouglashalf insane He cared little whom be woundedWhy cant we stop her crjed Douglas unable to ensure the strain He took one step inside the entrance No no not that Jim dragged him back ro hlyuIfs J sees you now It will be the ends They watched In silence Shes over the first part Jim whispered atlast Douglas strew back his muscles tense as he watched the scene Inside the ring Eloise stood at the pastors side horror stricken at1 Pollys reckless behavior She knew Barbarian It was easy to guess the eid JimAwhispered hoarsely Barbarian dont know that part I never trained him the other girl sold made the first leap toward the hoops The horse was not at fault it was Polly She plunged wildly The audience started She caught her foot Ing with an effort One two three hoops were passed She threw herself across the back of the horse and hung head downward us he galloped around the ring The bund was playing loud ly the people were hterlngShe rose to meet the last two hOO ts Shes swayin Jim shrieked In agony Shes goln to fall lie coy ered his face with his hands Polly reeled and fell at the horses tilde She mounted and fell again She rose and staggered 1n pursuit HI cant heat It groaned Douglas He rushed into the ring unconscious of the thousands of eyes bent upon his black ministerial garb and caught the I U aught but death part thee and me lip of a girl in his arms just as she vas about to sink fainting beneath he horses hoofs Barker brought the performance to d halt with a crack of his whip The tjudfcnce was on tiptoe White faced towns and gayly attired acrobats orowded around Ppllyand the pastor Douglas did not see them He had oome Into Bis own I lies brlngin her out whispered Eloise who still watched at the en trance Jim dared not look up His ad was still lit his hands jIs It overfhe groaned dont knots Icant tell yet Spe stepped aside as Douglas came out or the tent followed bra swarm of pbrformers He knelt on the soft grass and rested Pollys bend upon his knee llhe others pressed about them It seemed to Douglas that he waited hours then her white lids quivered and opened aiid the color crept back- her lips j rits all right Jim called one of from the crowd Shes only fjjinted The big follow had waited tracks for the verdict ollys eyes looked up into those of the parson A thrill shot through his volns L rit was no nse WflsltT She shook be head with a std little smile He kr ew thatj she wati thinking of her P fa jThatsfn him and the warm blood that shot to her cheeks brought iback her strength Sue rose unsteadily and looked qbotI her Jim came toward her tri mbling All right Poll Oh Muvver Jim She threw her- f into his arms and clung to him so bing weakly o one could ever remember Just he w the audience deft the big topthat nlht and eyeiv Barker bad net clear id m of how Jim took down the tents III ided the grleat wagons and sent the caravan on its way ben the lastwagon was beginning I to HIin b the long winding road of them onlit hill Jim turned to Polly who stud near the side of the deserted sir g His eyes traveled from her t tb parson Who waited near her Shf w sin her treet clothes now the little bjvwQ nkrckcsJ which she bad t IjjI chosen to wear so much since her re turn f the parsonage Iguess woaUbe tnaki no mls take this time he said and be placed her hand in that of the parso Goodby Muvver Jim faltered Pol lyHe stooped touched her fore head with Jils lips A mothers spirit breathedthrougb his kiss Tm glad its life this he said then tyjrn d away and full the long dotted line of winding lights dis appearing slowly over the hill Her eyes traveled after him Douglas touched the cold little hand at her side I belong with them she sald still gazing nfter Jim and the wagons You belong with me he n in a firm grave voice and g methin In the deep sure tones told ben that he was speaking the truth SUe lifted one trembling hand to his shoulder faceVWhiUier I gd where thou diest will I die He drew her Jnto his armst fiTle Lord do so to me and more also if aught but death part tnee and 1iI1 THE app IiBojvel Complaint In Childre When six months old the little daugh ter pf E N Dewey a well kno m merchant of Agnewville Vahadai attack ot cholera infantum Chamberlains Colic Cholera aid Diarrhoea lemedy Was given and effected complete cure This remedy has proven very su ce sful in cases pf bowel complaint in hildren plaitprintedwith perfect confidence When educed leasantoe t when a medicine must be gien to LeoHaydon USEFUL FOR DOUBLE PURPOSE Quaintly Shaped Humpty Cushions Are Deservedly Popular Art cles of Furniture There has been quite a craz lately for those quaintly shaped and oddly named humpty cushions which are so cozy for sitting on close to the fire In winter tune and which may bused also for footstool If desired Two fairly large cushions c vered with canvas are required to nuke the humpty and these may be 811e with fine shavi gs or feathers Ovr the canvas cushions large square pit ces o brocade tapestry are folded all rt dofJIM1L tl draped In Such a way that tour ends form the kind of decoration shown in our sketith where naturally only three of toe draperies are seen none of them luyst of course come the center of the back The two cushions ate then sewn togethe and the Join Is hidden by a band 6 rib bon tied round the center These hunipty cushions by the way might easily be made from rem ants purchased at the winter sales 1iAn Indigestion Remedy Free Many pole who are othe wi indigestiedyspepsia that the stomach and allied digestiv organs are the most ant organs of tliebodyt it would scent that a disorder there is to be taken very ser iouslyDyapepticscannot eat the things th thIe nil nIrregularBut thereJs no use letting indigestion go un chronic and under mines your health It Is good advl e to ruggIstTstomach isdidFortuneF Thompson of Shenandoah Ia wh ac lifeYouof e the druggist and taken according tenrectlons It will probably be all you ee Ipesand totheindigestionAll who rave pscann tohomesatIsfactionIndigestiond remedy you wlll throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away If there Is anything a bout your ailment that you ont understand or iqyou want any medical advice write to the doctor and he iwlll answer you fully There Is no charge for this service BIMonticello Ill For sale bz The Eea Crow Drug S M Dr 0of0 Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY =Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Hasher B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Accidentg rehabltandYour Insurance solicited DR MW HVATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE 5RINGFELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 11030 to i2 m 4 to 5 p rau Dr J C Muddt SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J HIYDONB STone Office Hours 8 to 9 nbi 1 to 2 P M tJSPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phoneNo5 Residence lNo38 IMISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 7 Nigh 109 T SCOTT MAYES I ATTY rLAW Springfield Ky 8hlngtoDaddand Federal Courts C C McCHORD W fSpringfield Ky Ji practice Snail State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAWy KyW1I1t Washinsrlon AppeahtMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky v Office in Robertson Building Washingtonand S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield KY specmltyWillable Phone 84 Dr W R MORGAN Vtttrlnary Surgeon and Dentist PERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Sr Tapp s Stable In Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 JOHN Y MAYES DirectorLAnd Licensed Embalmer KENTUCKYor Best Attention shownl Robesey iVi1 a HE SUN ANDBoth papers yi Bryans Commoner 160 Weekly Courier Journal 150 1EWeekly0 0 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 17d6 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 176 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist17i 4 urL50 21e00 Farm and Fireside 125 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 3 Magazme285Scribners Ledger Month y 175 4t35HarpersSunny South 1 II uses c Scab1 orMange Cuts Sores on all Live Stock ALLDSEASEGERWt t KILLSA- LL KINDS OF LICEAN- DPARASITES W Haw It inaStock rRed OrosrugStore I L JJ Notice ulttY Raisers Now is the time of thevear to eej your fowls a good tomc R41144 car Cholera Gapes itoap Canker set Limb rn kWhen fed as a preventive it not only keeps them health- makes btt theta lay Price 50c jno caintf llruggiirtttHapdonDrug Store Ask for booklet oritJfceaaee of poultry The SUn and CourlerJourjiaJ U4 Subscribe for Sun 100 yttae r 1iamtIIIDJ f nmJUjIIuIIIHJuuIIIIa CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES t The Sun arid The Louisville 51TheJournal except bunday 6 4ft 2fTheJournal any three days in 7fThethreedaysmonths 2 3t The Sun and the Sunday Cour 80The2ThePost one year J 4 W IallggC I3tIuJll lkiOCil i 1 IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURtASK YOUR GROCER FOR Prld of Washington tr Springfields GholciM- ANUFAOTDRED BY iJHighest market price paid for WH- EATSlogans t FflEC- MachinSewing = runs lighter than any other GJCFREE lasts longer than any other fREEismore beautifilthan any other FREEhas less vibration than any other 19ImEE s easier to operate than any other i FREEmakes a more perfect i stitch thin any other 26jis the best ofall com ta4Lined in omc MAGiwEG4IiiCHICAGO u ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROQC0 Agent Springfield Ky a I xrI HE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY aiI I fl I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY br DESCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR j Irf Advance l L SMITH Editor and Publisher wed at the postoffice at SpnnJdi ld for transmission through the matterfTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OaeTear 100 NcMofitha TtoM MontbR 25 OilftlCr tlc Tlcklti 1 1 CIRCUIT JUDGEI H COMMONWEALTHS cs Hill of ThurmanIREPRESENTATIVE T COUNTY JUDGE B L COUNTY CLERK W F Booker CIRCUIT CLERKRobt Noe 0 COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFFS J Anderson- SCHOOLSUPERINTENDENTLW Bush JAlLERCjea D Catlett ASSESSOR W T Mitchell CoRoNERDr W E Crume SRVEYORWm G Roberts Mr H A Sommers Editor News EliZabethtowri KyMy dear Mr Sq- mimersIn the issue of the News jof July 13 I find the following editoral which in part is error uHon Owsley Stanley the talented and brillint Congressman is entitled to a large part of the credit for the pass age of the bill taking the six cents tax off tobacco He introduced the bill in Congress six years ago and has bjen fighting for it smce The bill allows tobacco growers to manufacture their own tobacco withoua tax upon the same and at themanufactureof smok ing tobacco requires a very small ex pense the removal of the tax will be worth a great deal to tobacco growers thetldriebbacco in the hand to sell that tobacco in the baldUto whomsoever he may desire without the payment of the six cents tax as required under the Dingle act The tobacco grower has always bad the right to retail his leaf tobacco free of taxation but the Dingley law in order to protect the tobacco trust did not permit the purchaser to retail the tobacco without the payment of thesix cents tax consequently the grower could sell only toindividuals who want peJonaleonsumphon teed under the Bradley artfShdmeiit is faEeroring under the same error and itthe mistake is not corrected some ottbe growers may get into trouble with that very wily revenue agent Just twis- handa or two of tobacco and sell it to somebody and that merciless agent who is paid to look after the interests of Uncle Sam will bounce upon you with his Talons of law If thegrower would keep out of tjoub le he should bear in mind that twist ing is manufacturing and if he disobeys this injunction of the mighty ones he is liable to a fine of several hundred dollars The only important change the j Aid rich bill has made in the tobacco sche dole is the Increase of from six to eigh cents a pound on manufactured tobacco And this change was made to turther assist the Continental Tobacco Company or trust in its notorious and nefarious effort to wipe the independent manufacturer from the face of the earthiBut that e nor bere- The thing for the growers of tobacco to remember is that they are forbidden to twist press grind crush or other wise prepare their tobacco for the re t tailer jil l manufactured state They can not manufacture without paying eight cents per pound tax doethes t 1uTTTETT TTiTLT TTiit I I Proctor KnottCha tauquaAss n LEBANON KYI 1rJuly 8909 A gustiInclU ive t Beautiful Grounds Ideal Place for Camping An Unexcelled Program Som of tie- Attraction CHAMPIONSHIP GAME EVERY DAY ase Ball Tents td rent follows 12x14IOxI2J5014x16 I pf Lots arrangements NOW for Arrange Vacation 0 D THOMAS t works a upon him For ex ample the grower itiust keep a memo random his sales and art account ing must be made to he Reyenue Agent other words he must keep books n itemizing fully anc accurately This demand to be exact will be and troublesome to say the least Rogers Gore Hodgenville Ky J ily 15 1909 ToBe Held J willholdnState University o Lexington on Sat urday July 31 These examinations are not difficult spellingIgrammar geography and history An appointment carnes with it the Statebmverslty Any one contemplating a college course will do w jll to secure an ap pointment from th County Superintendent An appoii tment saves from about fifty to seventy five dollars intuition rates etc the date for examination after that time it v be too late There two or three Ivacancies from present Twentyfive Cents is the Price of Peace smartingincident applyingtChamberlains Sal eOPrice 25 cents For sale by the Leo Haydon Drug eoo eoeoeQeoeoeooeoeQeoeoeoeo AT a PUBLIC SAJJ3t r Ast Administrator of J A Sympson deceased I will on July 26 1909 this county court day sell to the highest bidder on t he public square m the town of Sprin field KYa fine Id Jack The property of the estate of J A Sympson daces ed Breeding and terms made know on day of sale J A Cecil Admr aeoeoeoeoe e erriilctaOo aI3oti eooe QeQereQeQe MUSICAL- The ArragoI Concert Band The Mu iical Dunbars r Kello Hair es Singing Party as u 450 550 ol In tic ill are Co For Season of il days and Get and to p hardship confusing Remember being G 1 T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Pain GROWN WORK A SPECIALTY Dental Work Strictly First cIa s Springfield Ky Jffi b In BaRon Block up stairs News Notes M ssrs Jas Lampton and Bobbie Shu tz have opened a Bicycle Shop and will do all kinds of repair worK Seethe for prices Ls ke Bosley the real estate men sold for Jas E Hagan his farm of 91 acre near Booker to Will Peterson of T xas for 40 an acre Send ua your mail order and we can deliver goods to your door BROWN PARIS GREEN Co SIMMS KY The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian hunch will serve dinner on county tour day in October c hoolTax for the year of 1 909 was due July 11 G C Wharton Treas Fe d your poultry a good tonic to keep them in a healthy condition This mea more sags more rapid growth ot th young Enterprise Poultry Powder v ill do It Sold by- HAYDON ROBERTSON Wr te Brown Paris Green Co Simms Ky for prices on pure Paris Gree Tat e your clothes to Links Rav to have hem cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed Wace up and order 100 pounds of Paris Green and we will make you a shock ng price BRO N PAftis GREEN Co SIMMS KY Try Kentucky Star Flour its made like grandfather used to make it 1For SALErA latestmodel No Olive typewriter This machine is I rtrstc ass condition having been used- only hree months For further par ticulais and terms apply at this office- STR place near Wil lisburj Ky one Black Bull weightGOO to 700 ound4 Jersey dehorned Finder notify Richard Riley and receive reward yWA man oifwoman in eacl county to advertise receive orders a d manage business for New York Mail 0 der House 1800 weekly posi Lion pe manent no investment required Previo s experience not essential to engaging Spare time valuable Enclose self ad ressed envelope for full particu lars Co Wholesale Dept h03 PARK AVE NEW YORK f J LECTURERS Wirt Lowther Father J M C eary Gov Joseph Ft Ik IHon La ve a C ements Many fohIOWand COLUMBIAI d Tickets for Season of 11 Days Adults 21 Children 125 Apply Early Choice Make your Camping Season Tickets Your Suit These Dates Address SetLEBANON Examination WashingtonountYat eoeoeoeneoeoeoeoeoeoeo Monday 5year Up Tteth Extracted Without Local YEDFrommy EDTrustworthy ADDRESSrCcARKE L A Tong and Joe Smith are at work on the iCourt House today doing some minor repairing Some f the woodwork has rotted and is being re- Placed by new and sound timbr while some of the loose joints ark being Mr T J Miller of Willis bur sold to W S Poulter a tract of Ian con taining 1acres al 70 per acre Mr Miller informs The Sun that his Flour Mill and other property at Will sburg s for sale Anyone desiring to enter this business will do well to see h m Hardm Warner the negro who is al lleged to have shot Toe Youn two weeks ago when arraigned yes erday waiyed an examining trial and hi bond was fixed by Judge Litsey a 250 which it is thought he will be j ble to give The man who was wou ded is much better and will recoyer The Coroner last week held an in quest over the corpse of the infa it dis covered in the well of Mr B Beach mannear Beechland The co oners inquest Developed the fact that he in fant aslcolored girl baby whi h had- apparently been thrown in tl e well three or four months prior to the dis covery of the body Sufficient in orma tion to place the crime on any on e could not be gathered Mr Wood iMilburn was quite evere ly hurt last week when at work ror the L N Ry Co Mr Milburn i a sec tion hand and while at work o i some ties a splinter flew from one oi them striking him in the eye Since hen he has been unable to work but his njured eye is improving and there is no tear of hM losing his sight Mr J R Mayes County Ro d Sup eifyisor suffered quite a loss Si turday morning in the death of his buggy inane Friday Mr Mayes dr ye the mare to Fredericktown While he was attending to some business in onnec tion with the bridge he turned tl le mare loose that she might graze 11 thinks that while grazing she must h ye got ten hold of some paint or son e other poison as she appeared to be s ffering from poison of some kind Vhen it was discovered that the mare was ill a veterinarian was summoned bu his ef forts were unavailing Kentucky Star Flour Best rhade President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have be n helped by the President of the IT dustrial and Orphans Home at Macon la who writes Wehayeused Electri Bitters in this institution for nine year It has proved a most excellent medi me tor Stomach Liver and Kidney oubles We regard It as one of the bes family medicines on earth It invigorates vital organs purifies the blood aids die gestloncrea es o strengthen and bUild up thin pale eak children equalBestat Haydoh and Robertsons 0an Edward Reno I Mrs Lenora Lake Mrs Vosburgh Rev R 4 Willetts HAVEN tightened VALLEY HILL Mrs Lucien Pinkstbn Visited rela tives at Litsey Wednesday and Thurs = day Mr Palmer Grundy who has been quite ill for several days is much im proved at this writing Miss Bessie Roberts of Springfield was tne guest Miss Pearl Goatley of this place last v ek Misses Virginia d Nellie Foster were guests of Miss R j y ONealTues dayvand Wednesday Homer Bradshaw and wife of Nelson county visited Mr and WmaBradshawj of this place Sunday iotsey Briggs visited relatives at Bloomfield last week Misses Nell and Beatrice Foster of Louisville were guests of Miss Pearl Goatley Thursday and Friday Robert Vivian and Bradley Tatum and Herbert Snider were guests at Elm Hill SundayIMr and Mrs Edward Goatley visited relatives near Pohn Sunday Mrs Ben Janes of Science HalT vis ited relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs C P Goatley visited relatives at Hardesty Sat rday and Sunday Ernest Gray and sister of Hardesty were in our midst Sunday The SUNt Others rProtect Your Families With Life Insurance r LInsuranceIdisability and our 20 year contracts are x guaranteed to pay out in 15 years If you inte id to purchase Life Insurance- call on Leo Haydon or Lee VanArsdale representing the Southern National Life IInsurance Co E TWIGGINTONeneraIAgent l Help for Those Who Have Stomach Trouble After doctoring for abOut twelve years for a bad stomach trouble and spending nearly five hundred dollars for medicine and doctors fees I pur chased my wife one box of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets which did her so much good that she con tinned to use them and they have done her more good than all the medicine bought before SAMUEL BOYER Folsom Iowa This medicine is for sale by the Leo HaydonDrug Co Samples free i t Crusade Against RatI Denmark has a rat law The BV tlonal government is to spend 1609 a year and borough councils 3s 3d per 100 persons per yearto exterminate the pests Each raft is said to cost a farthing a day in the material it deg stroys In 19 weeks the total rat destroyed amounted to 103000 KentuckyStar Flour Best made l Do You Want touyaFarrn k prieoWoAbout 100 farms In our hands See partial list bale w No 1160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Spring ofirrasspIenta twodwelling fenceIINo 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses twot fencePNo 486k acres one mile east of Mackville R room dwelling allkindsgrass Price 3500 No 5128 acres miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 oftImber45 per acre i No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 8 newland LAKEBOSLEyI 4f WEDNESDAYc REPORT lOFv THE CONDITION OF THE Peoples Deposit BankD WasmngtonStatei RESOURCES V 2622835Real6 0 Call Loans on Collateral 5640U0 Other Stocks Bonds Etc t 2526287Due7626Ualted2 Specie 5699Ifl 5491Exchang1 17422Overdraftsof Taxes 1 0t 94RealOther Real estate LJ 1iht Jji iiOther tJ 1It Totali 34112100 LIABILITIES f t 00SuUndivided Profits 219004 3314DePosits6 paidDemand is paid Time Certificates of Deposit lon w i h i terest is paid 4889024 25655908CertifiedDue National Banks 284410 554042DuefCashiers Checks outstandmgc votes and Bills r Unpaid DividendsL f Taxes due and unrBills Payable ry jAmount of unclaimed depositson handl v I t S Gather Liabilities not iJcl under any ofabove heads f Total Ji 341121001 State of County ot Wa shpct sweathatr CashierSubscribedMy Commission expires Januar L8 1MO CHAS M MCCHOR Notary Public G D Roe TSON H E CAsa 1j H R1 HO PSON Directors ti REPORT OF THE CONDIT0 = OF THr CentralBank Doing business at the town of Willis burg County of Washington State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 8th day of July 1909- RESOURCES ijoans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as surety 35 602 jCall93 t jBankers0 7 Due from Trust Companies United States 8501Specie 00 Checks and other cash items Exchange for Clearing HQajs t Overdrafts secured 1 43GM Overdrafts UnS Cur TaxesJ dljCurrent Expenees Paid JReal Estate Banking House 307 00 Other Real Estate Furniture and Fi 270000 Other Assets not included under any of above heads Total V46557J 27 LIABILIrIESiCapital Stock paid in ihcash1500000 Surplus Funds 30006 Pre fits 716 15 Fund to pay Taxes Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 2P24109 Deposits to check on 3OOQOQDemand paidTime 3350Savingterest is aid Certified Checks Due National Banks 14103 Due State Banks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstanding Notes and Bills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends Taxes due and unpaid 150000Amounton hand Other Liabi1ities not included under any of above Total headSjState WashingtonIi of Kedtuc k above named Hank do solemnly swear the above statement is true to the rbest of my knowledge and belief CaShierSubscribed the me end ot next session of Senate W W PublicNotaryT T J Miller JM Trent Directors free Wheat Bags Farmers who will contract theirwheat us will be loaned sacks FREEJOF 4to in which to ship same Con us about prices before selling else Louips f The Sick MarjTrTongl who has been ill typhoid fever for several weeks fMiss scing Will Greene is ill at the home of atEmedIDrw F Trusty wJo has been con fined to his home for the past week is better 8Littla Jennie Rag dale who has been very sick for some week was operated oragain Sunday the operation being andHyatther chances for recovery appeared t be but slight but she is now better and her friends hope that the little girl wi recover Loutto n I it IrwinAbeperformingP n stood the operation well but is not now dbing as well as her friends wished she might Picking Blackberries G W D in Danville Advocate- S ems to me twas the promised land Way back yonder understand where we used to go bout twenty strong longIWhere classic Briartown stands to day A purplestaiJl painAWhere we used to put ourselves in soak And hunt for chestnuts and black hawes pawpawsAid lDe a And fun and to spare W carraedwith us right out there nkeriIigcareTThat flowed as sweetly as some stream uses from a Kidd n spring With music in its murmuring giveToThose days all over and to feel Thit something which vain words con teal toIl1g ces patch W1e Protracted Meeting The protracted meeting at the Chris tian church at Mackville began Sunday July 19 and will continue two weeks Bro J Stafford our regular minister is jeing assisted by Bro Horace Kmgs berry of Harrodsburg The meetings are announced to begin at 8 oclock p m Jeacbevemng during the weekIJs extended to all to attend these evangelistic services Mr Kingsberry by request will have for his subject on Sunday night Our Abiding City V REPORT OF THECONDITIOllOF Farmers Ban jaCk Dung business at the town of ville County of Washington State of Kent ckv at close of business on the 8tti day of July 1909 RESOURCES r Loans and discounts with one or more endorsers IReHl421000Call i latera Time L anson CP1 552UOthers ksBonds P Etc L none J Due fro n National Banks 514730 Due from State 94DuenoneUnitedNatio al Ban if 1vNotes 254900 318283Checks noneExchangeing He use none 98030Overdrafts 134050TaxesCurrent Expenses 133049Real 1000OtherFarnitur and Fix lures1396Other 66 eluded under of above heads none v Total 81871- LIABILITIES S r Capital tock paid 00Surplus 00 W 366FundDeposits subject to check n whichin terest is 13798618 Deposits subject to check riwhichin noneDemand IwhichnoneTimeDeposfts on which 50486Savingswhich interest is noneCertified 196883DueStat noneDuenoieCashleroutstan ingnone f Notes and Bills roeI1100000Unpaidtaxes d e and un aid none Bills Payable none Amount of unclaim r 1 ed deposits on noneoincluded under any lof abov heads none Total r 8187145 f State of entucrCounty of Washington f occ I J M Smith Cashier of the above sweartheof my kn wledgc and belief SMl1HCashlerSQbscri me this 17th ay of J uly 1909 ClerkByualvih S hewmaker JjohnSweeneyG DIrectors l r n Onr SympathyI- s always extended to those in distres but we hayeno sym of pathy o waste on the man who b rrows his neighbors paper hen he can have one of his wn at a mere mina expensu Your home paper stands for your inttrcsts and the in rests of your home town It deserves your moral and financial support If you are not a member ofour family jf readers you should H begin n jw by stnding in your subscrit tiom v rJ E Try Ke intSo good I IWTE TO EXTRACTED WIT OUT Pin or anger firstIAI ooooottoaoo eoeo oo r Personal Notes io e Q 0 Visitors In and Otltof Tow A D 0 Round of1heWeek aoaoeOeoeoeooeoeoeoeo Miss Mae Bell Gibbs o Shelby ile is visiting Misses Fanni and An pie McElroy endingfew a of Louisville Miss Veola Brown has returned home after a Visit to her sis ter Mrs Newel McClasky of Bloomfiel I Mrs Ardis Brown is the guest of 00Mis N B McClasky of Bloo nfield Little Miss Margaret Fral of He Iryville Ind is visiting her gr ndmot er Mra Elizabeth Graham Mr J C jShader is spending the week atTatham iSprings 45Mrs Tom McKee and liss Kate Dawson of Bloomfield are guests of Mrs M E Durrett Misses Mary and Louise Haydon jjisvilleMiss Sls olof Bardsto ivn is the guest of Miss Pearl Connor f Feeds r icktown =Miss Madge Graves of jouisville is visiting her grandparenti Mr an Mrs Thos Graves Miss Beulah Thompson of Mack ville is spending the week with Mrs faoMrs Alice Miller of Ne Hope visiting at the prime of Dr V7 Trusty r Mr and Mrs R HIdelenand son Joseph of Louisville a e visiting Miss Carrie Edelen Messrs N G Marks and G Robertson wereffii Bardstown Sunday Mr Mike Powell and wif of Okl a homa City Okla visited I r W W Ray and wife last week Miss Eunice 0Nan has b en spend ing a few days with her br ther Mr Harry ONan of Louisville Miss Blanche Gnffing of Perry ville spent Saturday and Su day wi Miss Lucy BrownI Mrs C A Green and Mrs C F Bosleywil leave Thursda for Lake Chautauqua NY where they wilf spendj several weeks thats Palmer Gbatley and Miss Mat daysMichigan Mrs Bradley of Owe sboro visiting at the Grundy Home this week Prof Clarence Adams md Mrs Adams will return from their bridal trip this week andwill be a home to their meIMrand Mrs Edwin Smith Bloomfield spent Sunday wi h Mr K Smith and familYI Misses Eva and Lizzie C open ofof Washington Indare visitin Mrandat Mrs J W Bush Mrs Gilbert Carpenter of Decatur Ala is visiting at the Kon ic of her father Mr J A Tong Mrs J C Shader and s n J Shader Jr spent SundaY at Tatham Springs Mrs W A Waters is at Tatham Springs this week Mr and Mrs Thos Me iley and children who have been visi ing M Medleys parents Mr and M s G E Medley have returned to their home Owensboro Mr and Mrs Jesse Ra ier of Bardstown and Miss Janie I azel of Owensboro spent Sunday at t le home Mr C L Price t 3MrsHand Sarah ONan Mrs J F Simms and children Mr and Mrs J J Mc Cabe Mrs J C Shader and d ughter Louise and Mr and Mrs J Vr Kelly arid little daughter will leave T ursday for a several days stay at Futham Springs Mrs Arch Hayes and son of Lou isville arrived Monday for a visit to Mrs Hayes parents Mr and 1 Irs W Leachman spnhavlie after a visit to Mr and ratG Edelen J ff JPI10- 1r o French Market fhCoffee 25coJt has no Equal Itis put up in one pound Per packages ground and ready for use Pound We are sole agents for this celebrated Coffee tand cordially invite our customers to give ita trialf i Katie Hertlein Bro Mrs S C McGill and Miss N McGill will leave the latter part of the week for Fairfield where they wifl visit Mrs McGills father Mr Ralph Hagan Mrs Jodie Spalding is visiCin friends in Glasgow hasflGilbert Young the son of bar and Mrs WM Young is ill with typhoid fever hraveljYoung J r =Mr Lewis Guthrie of Anchorage was the guest of MrG D Duncan and ily this week LouisvillFe L r c TEXAS h Fenwicnk son Miss Etta Rowe is very ill with tons 1MrHillsboro spent part of last week wi H J Cocanougher and family Mrs Belle Kays of Willisburg is visiting Mrs HJ Cpcanougher narrOWIw escape es day afternoon As she was returning rhorsebecamebuggy was upset and Mrs Patterson was dragged several yards Fortunate ly sheescaped all injuries with the ex bruisesatMr Sam Burns of Terre Haute GoodeIxa Mrs J B Peyton is in Louisville this weekIMr James Head of Springfield is the guest of his grandmother Mrs Emily Powers Spiinof hTering Misses Myrtie and Betty Adkins n Springfield are visiting theirparents this place Mr Berry Shewmaker and family of Harrodsburg spent Wednesday night With his sister Mrs HJ Cocanougher Dr UA Crosby is visiting his moth ShelbyvilleC had the misfortune jc weekMesdames on and Miss Hattie Arnold spent from Thursday until Sunday at Mammoth Cave arri d tnougher on last Saturday 1in50 were present lawn was beautiful- y ly decorated and with the music and fef eMissspent the first of the week with Hiv Hattie Arnold gMessrs Bop and Sam Hays of Letxnon spent Sunday with relatives JMe WhJl e 1rChas BradY of spfieJtJ was working on the tObacco 6saa belonging to Jacob Peterson a pole fe andstruck him on the head cuttingavery deep gash Mr Brady is daixnicety Mr CaWell of Bowlin Green aia g iting Mr Frank Hardiri I 8idaughterwith J R Claybrooke Mr Howard Moss of SpnngSk was here Friday on business Dr IT Campbell of Gravel Switdt was here Monday apeetSaturdayCampbell of Springfield Miss Florence Ragsdale of Spri aH IttdMr Clarence Goode was the guest rfDr I T Campbell of Gravel Switch Recently Mr Clarence Pirtle and Miss Stuac and Pearl Pirtle of Lebanon BerttMessrs Frank Yankey and EdwjM Litsey i of Pleasant Grove Frank Iiirkdin of this place and bar Cawell aiC Bowling Green spent Sunday at tip home of H J Cpcariougher Strong State mcnls r In this issue of The Sun statemeate ot the corfctipns of The Farmers Baud of Mackvme and of the Central Bali of Willisburg appear Th e estave rySC Both of these Banks are nourishing stitutions While both are compares tively young banks and are situated n small towns tney are nevertheless thw Both banks are wejl managed MIti directed and gas both are in fine age cultural sections they will no doubfc grow with Years and prove udispentt ble to their respective communities Proper Treatment for Dysentery and Dar rhoea tYtotreatment at the first stages of the dis ease Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is reliable anti effectual medicine and given in reaaoea able time will prevent any dangerow consequences It 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KEEPING THE PLANT HEALTHI Care of the Jardiniere Is eat Importance A mistake that causes many failure in growing palms f rDs and othe r plants that are stood in jardinieres I that the water which drains tlitou h the earth and the hole in the bottom of the earthenware pot is allowed t accumulate in tfie jardiniere In this way a plant is often soakeh to water for days at a time and natu ally it becomes soggy and sickly J An easy way to overcome this dl culty is about 15 minutes after a plant Ihs been thoroughly watered lift it allM1 moisture that has drained through This may seem like troublebet it is- sot half the bother with sickly plants MadeOver Lace Battenberg and other handmade laces usually show wear In the loose stitch work long before the braid s themselves break An attractive w y to furthEr utilize pieces thus hvorn is to baste them carefully over net mounted on paper Be sure that eaph form or figure is smoothed out prop petsectstitches and overcast the braid to tte nef along 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EEKIYy J CQURlkRJOURNA and a ii TItiI SUN t L BOTH ONE Y iiJ1 IIf you will give or send your order to this l paper not to the Courier Journal e Daily CourierJoiinal one year 600 Sunday touriervJournal one rear zjoo We can ive i a combination cut rate Ikilyor write thisvW i paper SundaytYOUW1l1 v ta t 101 lel eiIr 1 1 j LATE MUFF STflESH VELVET SATIN ANr FUR AR ALL PUT TO USE Defects ay Be Covered Up by Skill ful Hai dling of Trimmings Sane tion ed Charming Fur Set for Young Girl Wonde tul indeed are this seasons muffs of elvet satin and fur No muff of coursis complete without some fur on it but this season it Is not at all pieces ary that the fur be used in quantity Quite as fashionable as the all fur n uffs and a great deal newer are thos of vehOr satin with fur trImmedt This h the season the worn in who has a mutt that is somewha the wore for wear in parts has her pportunity If the muff be o valuable fursabl chinchilla min oveintor exaggera ed new styles Other furs of course n ay also be made over but as such a r mff when well made and of good ma erlal Is not inexpensive It is not cons dered wise to use half worn fur In tr mmlng It unless such fur i nure expensive kinds Ogthe yo img girls these large fancy ar especially attractive In the drawing is to be noticed a charming Muff of Panne Velvet and Fur set mufl hat and collarette suitable for a yqi ng girl Panne velvet In a charmin shade of blue Is used for hat and mul the trimming being white fox Tin collarette Is of the velvet made inio three plaited ruches and tied at the side with a bow of satin ribbon Ermine bands are most attractive1 used on nuffs of the shape hown In the illus ration This fur sometimes seems tc look more effective when used In ands for the trimming of hat and mufl than when R is used alone On a certain shade of Arid rather light br wn velvet the narrow bands of ermine on muff and hat are most attractly Mink 4or sable sable If possible of course is also most at tractive m brown velvet anji 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money order address THE COMMONER Lincoln Nek To secure any of these beaks you mutt cutout this ao m ludln name ef paver bow and send together with year order TOE SPRINGFIELD SUN s PRINGF a Dry THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 21 1509 4 T rWitfEkitt2t irixwaWaI- h AL1 rJ E1l YEAR ONLY 1 yEARp Nors T W4DrARMlfy It Is a mistake to raise the calf of uncertain pedigree Grit must be provided for the little chicks if they are kept confined The scrub calf will not make a good cow no matter how you push the feed into her Dip all the stock this spring Per iIudoIn Buying hogs or ly other animals PittlngThe high price of butter fat makes it expensive business raising calves that are allowed to suck their dams Begin early to teach the colt to lead It is a simple task when he is small but not so easy if left until he is a year or two old f Be careful about the feed for the horses tMs spring Get them onto a full grain diet gradually Begin the hard work gradually too Give the horses water when return Ing from the field then before feeding them their grain ration let them chew pn hay for half an hour I Turn the cows fonto the pasture half a day at a tlmeto start with and then only after a good feed of hay This will prevent seulous trouble with scours A gunny sack arid a pieceofpaper make good materials to rub the plow share off with after the days work Is done and they will keep It as bright as a mirror An orchardist whose apple trees were badly girdled by rabbits during the winter tried with good results bags filled with fresh cow manure and tied snugly over the girdled spots Kindly handling of the young stock will make them more tractable when full grown The animal whose early recollections tell of blows and harsh words will never feel that confidence In mankind which the one will have that has only known humane treat ment Heres to the poor farmer How can he have a merry time when he has nothing to live in but a big house nothing to shelter his horses but a warm barn nothing to eat except everything that grows out of the ground or can be bought at the stores no way to get his mail except having it brpught to him every day by a smiling mall carrier who will soon be wearing Uncle Sams uniform with shining brass buttons no way to get to town but with a rubbertired buggy or autd no way to make money but by selling 50cerit corn 35cent butter 5 hogs 27cent eggs and have his farm double in price once In a while While you are enjoying your Sunday dinner dont forget to drop a tear for the poor downtrodden farmer man There are several varieties of trees which make good windbreaks The government experiments have proved that white pine Norway spruce Aus trian and Scotch pines and American n arborvitae have no superiors These kinds all grow rapidly and are not lacklngIn vigor or adaptability to thin soils exposed situations and other adverse conditions But do not plant evergreens exclusively about the home Deciduous trees a place in any scheme for beautifying lawns which conifers alone do hot and cannot fill When surrounded and completely enveloped In a dense growth of ever greens a style of planting somewhat prevalent a few decades ago and of which examples are even now occa sionally seen a residence becomes dark gloomy damp and sometimes s dangerous to healtht Here Is some good advice to remem ber when buying a farm Three things should be high the house the orchard and the spring three should be low the hay barn the taxes and the price of the farm says American Cul tivator Three things should be thick the top soil the mowings and the wood lotr three thin the insects pests anil foul plants Three things should be near the neighbors the markets and the schools three should be distant saloons tramps and borrowers three should be scanty rocks droughts and early frosts three should be Infrequent mud mosquitoes and meddlers three should be abundant wood wa ter and labor Three things should be deep the well the cellar and the purse Three things should be wide the fields the tool chest and the roads Three things should be lfght the grades the livingroom and the mortgage J v 54iH r iFeed the littlechicks little and often f Hardto find a better feed for hogs than alfalfa Feed little and often Is the rule In raising the colt bye hand Sheep must be provided with shelter where they can take refuge In storms Chicks in April mean De cemberthat is if their chicksI are kept growingr I Fill up the hg wallows and provide a cement basin for the hogs to bathe in It will pay Insetting out strawberries spread the roots out fan shaped and be mire ful not to bury the crown Tt takes the right kind for feed to grow a good crop of fleece but when grown It Is money In the ownerst pocket The bull calf can be spoiled by Improper care At six months of age regular exercise should be provided for him such as a tread mill S Plant a shelter belt to the north of your farming buildings You will be surprised to see what a protection- It swill prove when well grown I If skim milk is obtained from the creamery It should be sterilized to make certain that you are not bringing tubercular germs onto the farm skimImeal is good A little corn meal is also good The habit or calves sucking each others ears would not beso easily firmed If they were given something tchew on such as dry bran for In stance Always room for Improvement whether In farm methods farm crops or farm animals Rest not content with the present standards Always aim higher It wont huH to the little chicks out of doors if youprovide shel erfor them where the mother hen and little chicks can take efuge in time of storm Keep the sheep near the barn at night and In an inclosure to which dogs cannot easily gain access The dogs are not apt to bother the sheep if kept near the barn Any sudden change in diet of the feriin ghimals Is a shock to the system which will take the animal some time tp recover from Begin the changes f om winter feed to grass gradually Ion the farm where It is the wise policy to give the chickens the rang of the land It is wise to fence In th garden plot with wire fencing It will nave the garden front many a foraging expedition on the part of the chickens and will keep you from doing a lotof worrying NOW Is the time of year when the struggle comes with the young tur keys They are a hard bird to rals sometimes but give handsome profit t1enepen ards out ra gr ssKeep them there until they ate abfe to fly over Feed as youwouid yo ng chicks When they get Ito roaming oft be sure they are brought up very night until they are a month old when they will not be any further tro ble It is well to keep feeding them a little every night In order to keep them in the habit of returning to the ihouse Eyerythlng depends upon the way a tree is set as It does well W1Ingcharaist are observed It will be found that the task will not only be easier but better done Dig holes from two to tree feet in diameter and from 12 to 18 inches deep according to the size bf the tee Cut away the parts of roots brUised in digging Shorten the top Plant only a trifle deeper than the tree stood in the nursery excepting dwarf pears which should be deep enough to cover the pit talk on w Ich they are budded An assist ant Is very helpful when setting trees two men or a man and a boy can work ogether to good advantage A wire measure is better than a cord wire ont stretch Stick a bit of solder on the wire exactly where each tree Is to come An occasional sight ing df the tree tows from side to side both ways will enable planter to detect crooked places On wind exposed fields it is an excellent plan to incline the newlyset trees slightly toy ward o northwest the trees will straighten as they grow Dont let tree roots lie around in gun and wind unprotected as fast as an armful of trees la dug front the heeJingIn place wrap the roots In a blaiiket until all are seDont bunch or crowd tree roots together spread em out and be sure to fill In around roc s with fine good soil tightly ramming or firmly treading it Into place so as to leaven air pockets Look out crown or root gall or San Joselcale better burn infester trees Manure should lot come in direct contact with tree roots apply It asa mulch or plow it undo Better not dig holes mu q In advance of tree setting Soil dries out quickly and roots need moist oarth around h mjI lt i4 r rr 4 cti1l 3 1It I tflJ S h II II i yv I 1 lV t Ui a l II tZi II Enpaying JsVisiting Cardsr1 Mourning Cards tI iV tWeddin Invitations 1 fReception InvitationsfEtc Etc 1+ Anything You Call Firi Any Stylt You Want i The Sun is prepared to take your order for Visiting ta ds Invitations of all kinds Etc yourmay want in the printed line Will print or Engrave rheS t- l bet of work Guaranteed Come to see us t Satisfaction 6uarantedr h Modiratt Prices r + We also make a specialty oflA Y lEngraved Letter Heads En veto es Etc 1 Iit + ISpringfield r r k Suna t r I ta It 1 I t f trIi r IIII II II r iI t jr I r The Louisville Times 1 I c i 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1lte latest and most system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduate School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction alld Enroll stwcknts spy day Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rey Granville W Lyoii or write direct to the school 3035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky t t b tr irI L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JULY 21 1909 EXCHANGE EXCERPTS ke Sayings and Doings of the Press At large A whole lot of moral s rough the world eledcRellgio s krvor The publicity agents of the summer resorts seem to be earning theic said CourierJournaiI At a cost of S250000 a cooking choojl WjinonaT I Are you my nearest re1ative Askedasmall kidof his ma a9les son she laughingly replied And the closest is your pa Dont get it mixed in ypur head and Believe forvcn a moment that YOUR koral yardstick is the sole stanJard of morality t A California woman aateq for 49 afcys With a We like her a1mar GieJd snap his finger atthLariff on necessities Hen rson moaner The sunshines lever brightest the Breezes whisper lightest maidens eyes Ire bluest their little hearts are t uestI Kentucky Jud g Mulligan Ifwe were not unhappy some Wed worry more 7or happiness would soon become- S dreadful bote ILouisville Herald- It is well to remember every day and B ar the reason ybu have only one tMgue but two ears is that it js right and proper for you to tell not more tfcan half you know Burlington Blade iA friend 0901 toldus yesterday what a was cutting his hair jMnd to himUYou have a large head air anaa large head means a large kin A large brain is the most usful i Iking a man can have as it nourishes fee roots of the hair The Argon W In consideration jof the fact U the dftagettes are bee t on swifting the Mutry it would be well for the rising generation to learn tohum a ditty j werded something like this raps 9aga When fOfholesthe ballots ring Ami ma will drop in at midnight top tired to say athing TSeJllmois man who taught his dUcks t pick bugs from potato vines will probably not be so chesty now that a Maryland woman is developing a brfeed f one legged chickens isb that her gar iem sass may not be scratched up Kentucky State Journal But the good old Methodists will sad Jrot miss the other lee air those chickens afc the frYing size age A gentleman said to usiMy dog is J adedwith fleas and when he isnt cratching at them he is trying to bite einhe is the busiest dog that I ever RW but he is accomplishing nothing There is a young fellow in my neigh Bnrhood who has a Waterbury watch OM smokes cigarettes When helnt 1drag his watch he is sticking match to his little poisonous cigarette- We is a mighty busy young Bfe isnt of as much value mantbut years bird nest My dogs o ai commendable compared flic young jnanEx UkoUgh Mary Ruth is Only a 2yearpld V Her advice is good enough to re Sje said to a sweet lady yesterdayI rAt te oflis you mug be dwful sept The Ifittle tots grandma is seventy one And any emergency Mary Ruth can meet So after grandma suggested com pli ments tot replied Miss Rena say youse mighty seet jt Man proud man dressed in a little brief authority most ignorant of what lies most assurred has vulgarized the ceoxncn barnyard fowl The roosters sical notes at 3 a m is to man only 2 noise and the proudcrowing bird is osidered only a murderer of the e- pJiI knitsup the raveled sleeve of care Use henF song of rejoicing over the 3ew laid egg man regards as only inex sable vanity and hilarious egotism Sissy conceited man I who overeti mates hw little bit of work in the uni verse is to the detriment of that noble bawls industrial reputation compared wit the hen that has just laid an gg ifcat is perfectly beautiful All this ifcfwsa deplorable lackof breadth and imagination It iathe man who is the egotist not the hen He cant appre ciate th clarion cry ot the rooster that hails the coming of the light offspring of heaven firstborn ot the eternal co- eternal beam Man isa delusion at bestToronto Star Which One One of us dear But one1 Will sit by a bed with marvelous fear= And clagp a hand Growing cold astit feels for the spirit Darling land which one One of us dear 1Butone Will stand by the others C9ffih bier And look and weep While those marble lips strange si lence keep Darling whicn one One of us dear Which one i By an open will drop a tear And homeward go The anguish of an unshared grief to know Darling which one One of us darling it must be It maybe you will slip from me Or perhap my life may first be done Im glad we do Tiotknow Which onej 3Selected Masonic Home Journal Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out fires then use Buckl ns Arnica Salve and forget them Itsoon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures skin Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers Felons best cure made Reliefis instant 25c on Pieand Robertsons Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the datsfixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 as far as reported Stanford July 313 days Henderso July 275days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July28 3 day Madisonville August35 days Winchester August 34 days Danville August 44 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 9 jTaylorsville August 104 days Union towij August 10L5 days Harrodsburg August 123 days Leitchfiel August 174 days Lawrenceburg August174 days Bai boursvjlle August 183 days BrodheaJ August 18s lays ShepherdsVille August 183 days Ewing Aqgusti9daysSh- elbyvill4 August 245 days Springfield August 254 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 314 days daysTompkinsville days daysBardstownHodgenville September 73 days daysGlasgowKentucky State Fair Louisville leptember 136 days Scottsville September 163 days Bedford October 12 days Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made ikegrandfather used to make it Kentucky Star Flour Best made ES- Tn POINT JI If you are a businessman did you ever think of the field jf opportunity that advertising opens to you There is almost n limit to the possibilities of your business if you study how to turn trade into yourstore If you are not getting your share of the business of your community theres c reason People go where they are attracted where they ktitwwhat they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in ypur advertising see to it that you are able to fulfill every promise you make You will add to your business reputation and hold your customers tt will not cost as much to run your ad in this paper as you think It is the persistent ad vertiser who gets there Have something in the paper every issue no matter how small We w llbe pleased to quote you our advertising rates par ticularly on the years bUSh ne ss t I f = RGENt s AWAY BACK In the rosy distance in the land of little girls with hair braided down their backs Imo gene glanced across the aisle at me and casting one quick eye to see If teacherwl s looking pointed at my hands and whispered Dirty And when 1 ignoranceI word she spelled lt on her dainty i fingers In the letters of the deaf and dumb alpha bet With a heavy heart Iwant home that nd- sur nightJrls eh 6cdy by asking for scouring soap and soft water In the kitchen sink I laundered those hands as as they hid never been laundered before Thiy1 came out so beautifully white tha even I was proud pf thTem until Verne whispered to mother that I was In love That se it the Iron into my soul be cause up to that moment I had supposed the secret securely locked with in my ow breast Imdgene noted the Improvement In my hands nd criticized my unpolished shoes Di ring the week r completely wore out the family shoe brush and father hac to borrow blacking from tie neighbors Sunday morning In or der to mace a genteel appearance at church ser Ice Next Im gene taught me by divers insinuating remarks whispered across the aisle to keep my fingernails clean Mother mi rveled She had labored tenaciously jto this end without avail linogenes teeth were as white as pearls and showed gleaming and pure between h T red lips She hadapretty way of exhibiting them even in those days and one day I awqke to the realizat on that mine were neither white nor ure How the gums gave up their bh od that night And thus little by little a boys love was inodeljng me Ihto a beau Ideal TQ ie sure the promptings were all glv en clandestinely cross the schoolroom aisle On he school ground my preference for Imogene was now ar d then e4hibjed by a sudden twitch t her lonjj braids at which she always assumed great indignation and called ea booby or something equally ties icable But In her heart tryingtoAnd then one night under the glint ng stars walked home with her rom a partr That was the beglnnln of the end n another month or so she had onned lone sklrta land mercy how hat girl did rusS into womanhood was still in any baseball age when she married a telegraph operator and went out of mlife forever I can see tier now as she looked the day before lier wedding which was in June She wjas beautiful and there was a glow ot health and joy In her face that b ded for me 1 passed her house ai id saw her emerging from the garden radlant and happy I slouched by with niy baseball mask under my rm worried and sick at heart What ma kes a girl grow so much faster than boy I was asking my self over an over And all day long I was disconsolate and sad Imogene the girl wh had taught me to keep my lands apd my teeth clean the girl who had Ins Hied In me neatness and pride of pe sQnal appearance Imo gene my first love Was going away Five years laTer when I saw her she squalUpghaby hyllls and Phyllis lives iponf the frill Where the un Is glowing She has caug it the roses flush From the z jphyrB blowing In a pardon hyllls sits Preening to the breezes She rich a id Phyllis does Anything peasesb I am Just a wly maid Neither rich nor witty PJiyllls cloth s are made In France Mine tare m rely pretty She has lover by the score 1 have none but BIlly He WILL haeme yes orno Surte or will rnllly Phyllis does lot know her heart Does not tri st the suers When a maid has wealth and place She has ard nt wooertiQ But a simple mid like me Knows thoiih wlllynllly There Is no oie In the World Quite so nlCi as Billy fA Minneso a woman lost a diamond from her rli g IJust as she caught sight of it In the grass a bluejay darted In from of her and swallowed the jewel She offered a reward of 250 for the ecovery of the prize and after all the town boys had failed a country boy aught a bluejay In a fig ure four trar Upon killing the blrd and InvfisUga lng the boy found there was no diarm nd In the birds Interior BYRON WILLIAMSj TTieABCarirfXYZor AllY RTISINtI A SERIES OP TEN TALKS ADVERTISING written by Seyraou Eaton of Philadelphia NO 3 TheQyrner of a retail hat store writes me to ask iiow to adertiseh ts Idont know I havent thought much about hats fTen to one I shot Id do something revolutionary perhaps advertise o buy the customers old hat As 1a rule he is glad to g et rid of it Of course that would cut the profit in two but then the sales would multiply by ten or perhaps by fifty and the store would get talked about Perhaps I woul nt do that at all I make the suggestion simply tc let this hat dealer know that if I owned Jiis store I should get up and shake myself make some sort of a noise not stand around behind the counter leaning on everything waiting fora customer who is six blocks away on the other side of the street going north to change his mind come back cross over and by mere chance in his hurry notice that I have hats in my window t Tell a hundred thousand then who wear hats and who buy two hundrc usan hats a year that you have the goods the kind they are looking for If that doesnt wake them i p then giveaway a hatband andIa necktie and a gloves cram the hats full of ham sandwiches Your business is to sell hats not PaifOf I have no nce with the retail dealer who depends on the sidewalk and the weather for his trade But it snt necessary to be sensational simply make readable news of your advertising It is the business of the ne spapers to distribute news and if I want a modera e priedstylish hat your adver Using is ten times more interesting Itome than the Associated Press di patch that some galoot in Oklahoma or Texas hanged himself V Good advertising is news Print this on the ceiling over your bee so that you will read it first thing every morning wher you wak up f Keep your eye on fashion t Fashion is tod y the biggest influence iri the world not necessa ilythe best influence but the biggest Wb dont ontrol fashion fashion controls usv It always comes own the pike with a whirl When the storm breaks ha il in your advertising canvas and stop buying Fashi n hurricane are shortlived t Copyright II Tribune Company Chicago Let Us Be Your Waiter W n ver tire of helping others when they ask for god job printing We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite People who have partaken of our excellent service come back or asecondserving Our prices are the most reasonable too and you can always de pend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attentipn Call at this office and look over our samples STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE First National BankSPRINGFIELD KY At the close of business June30 1909 RESOURCES Loans and DiscQunts266 98806 US Bonds50 000 00 Banking House and Fixtures 4 00000 Overdcaft 7 43462 Cash on hand and due fr- omBanks66 82927 TotalL 395 25295 Capital LIABILITIES 50 00000 Circulation 50 00000 Surplus 35 00000 Undivided 4 453- 18Bankdepositsl 2 83655 Individual Deposit253 96322 Total L395 25295 Gross Earnings past six Monthj 841748 Bat undivided Profits 337606 1179354 Disposed of as follows t Paid Dividend No 75 of six per cent 300000 Added to Surplus Fund4 per cent 200000 Paid Expenses 231936 PaId Taxesl 94060 Doubtful dehtSCharped off 8040 Leaving Profits 345318 i 1179354 A c MCELROY cashier THE WIRlDS8ftEATEST SEWlII MACNINE IiM 6 IO EotaxyShuttleSewing Machine wrte to THE NEW HOME SEwn MACHINE OM PAil Orange MassMany sewine machines are made to sell recardless of Quality but the New Ileaae is made to wear Our guaranty never runs out field by authorized dealers ly i sEdMSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN h patronsfthisyour stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head nil persons who are Sub scribers to The Sun may insert tree of charge otherfLand for sale or ftr rent l11 t included but In serted in another department of thejaJr at very low rates fQr cash POSITIVELY noth ing but the above mentioned will bo run free Gibbs Thomas have for stile eighteen nice purebred Southdown Buck Lambs C W Homan Springfield Ky wantq to buy a ton olf good clean timo thyhay Hite Clements Rt 2 has for sale 1000 bushels ot corn W D Claybrooke Spnnrfield has WiltsenC L Brady Rt 3 has for Sale 350 feet of tobacco beds c H Montgomery Springfield has for sale 500 feet of tobacco beds Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red eggs From pen 100 for 15 from yard 50c for 15 J L Allen Springfield has for sale a 2yearold colt Lloyd Havdon Jr Rt 4 has for sale Pekm Duck eggs SOc for setting of 15 R A Thompson FredencktQwnfha for sale of corn fiMJacksell worth the mOney LebnonKyfor 15 J K Cheatham Sqrjn eJd has for sale a pair of pare mules well broke Also a pair of mce young jacks salelot tMrs BL Litsey has for sale S C pinfCt6n PittGameeJls3 for 125 Mrs C C Christie Lebanon Rt 3 combbrownMrsJ I Martin Rt 1 nas for eggsFromof 15 From yard SOc fqr 15 eggs ekanOnKyIslaridRepsTelephoqa A C Kimtall Springfield has for sale White PIyrou eggs 100 15W P MerriJt Springfield has for sale Boone County White seed corn acrelastyear aJ4rffmtb1ttutfl SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING HIGH GRAQE 1rSTRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewinj MichInefG BELVIDERB nXlNOIS t