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I 4 a J Htl1f b Jt v infid nn- + Iirto l DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t tL l n r YOLUMp YSPAIIIFIELO KY WEDNESDAY JULY 28 1909 NUMIEN34 QQPoaoIt- f f ft eo eo euoaO eoeo i n D 0 leC i Pleasures g e nf I You are face to face with pleasure i Oh wont you smile todaywe The storms may rage t 1 i 0- e Your hope may be dismay cnnot I IYou tread a pathway bright today Ji j e Then cant you hum a tune a Tomorrows road may have some thorns til f WAnd not1s flower to bloom iof Q Today your lifers sunshine IQ No clouds are in the skies Tomorrow may bring you sadness 1 e And sorrow on 0I IIoTodayyou have ne sickness To make a gloomy home 1n Your cares are light the present bright1 s Z Wherever n you may roam And yet to morrows dawningsun k J 1 May bring the saddEst doom fif o The one you cherish most on earth 4sti May journey to the tomb a oJ Andvasypu overcome 1 e Thetroublesthatjro todayt I7 Justtrust in Provided fn t And in His saving grace i Ji i t p a- OOOOO Q ooaaa Qel Q Q e INHERITS FORTUNE Mr Geo Wycoff a Former Mack W viile Boy But Now of Car lisle Ky Has Struck It Rich lto W lwa The Dahyille Advocate says Mr George Wycoff of Carlisle Kyt who graduated from the College of Law innc Danville Out six years ago has struck it rich Since graduation he has been practicing m Carlisle and investigating his title to one hundred acres of property on Manhatten Island and his part of the property will aggregate over aj million dollars During the early days ofNew York Mr Wycoffs grandfather owned one hundred acres of land which he leas dfor a period of mntynine cc years Said lease has just expired andtl Mr Wycoff has been In New York running the questing of title down and has found that himself and another grand n son living in New Orleans are the sole heirs On the property over eight million dollars worth of buildings have been erected and tnaccord wIth the law of New York he is given four years in yhich to raise the eight millions necessary to replainu the property The Amencian Security Companyrof New York has interedinto an agreement to furnish the necessary funds and young Wycoff will shortly take possession of a largeslice of the city His legal information has certainly served him well Property Sold 111wereday County Court day pursuant to de ere sand orders of the Washington Circuit Court Three pieces of property ibelonging to the estate of ML Searcyj were sold as follows The tobacco house near the depot to B D Lake for 2825 The store houses on West Mai street to J C McElroy fur 3165 The game residence on East Main street to G C Wharton for 800 The iVided interest of A M Alex estatandeiimthebrought 67r the Temple National Bank df Belton Tex being the purchaser hatchettRogersa The marriage of MIss Mallye Hatch eat of Tatham Springs to Mr Oliver Rogers of Taylorsville wilt take place at Mount Olivet church this afternoon- at 2 oclock Miss Hatchett is the8 daughter of Rev and MrsH P Hatch Mr1Rfgers1S f 1trp a r unusual Accident Last reek biro Chas I Miller who ves about five miles frojn town lost a valuable mule in a very peculiar man nero Geo Wright a colored tenant ot H L acljman lives across Ie road from Mr Miller The inul outv from Mr Millers place dad went overt Wrights where it fell into an open l which is about twenty feet deerf The next morning when Geo went for er he discovered the mule which wasstanding in the water which was deep A derrick was secured and the mule lifted utIt died three days afterward from the shock of the fallv The mile was a first class work ani mal and was valued at 165 Jad At Home J Hardin was given 50 on one cha policei tolISaturdaysand raise considerable disturbance ant Hocker and continued his debauch the ext day fighting with Lucy Clay and Ann Ray both of color and throwing- rocks into the latters house Nad acknowledge l having been dunk and cursing but denies that he intended or desired tol do the women any harm Nad show jid the effects of the fight more thanthe women due as his face was overwith cuts and scratchest which he said were inflicted with aJshovel fAPartnership Thf Farmers Home Journal in itsI last issue contained the following ItemI of local interest Judge 1 H Thurman of Springfield formed partnership with Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon They re cent purchased from Mr Allen S Edele of Bourbon Ky the fine broodmare Bourbon Belle by Bourbon King damby uric Chief 2nd dam by Jndian Chief Messrs Thurman and Peters tonof saddle brood mares and expect to breed them to Bourbon King and Bo hemian King They are on the lookout for a suitable stallion to head their straineCheschelrKlrby Mr and Mrs Mansfield Kirby of Bowling Green have announced the engagement f their daughter Clara Hines to Mr Russell Cheacheir of Louisville he wedding to take place in the early fall Mr hereIwhere he a w years ago He is the second son of Mr sad Mrs Geo Chtescheir and now holds an important position with the L N Ry CO1 J Death of Clyde Young i After a fou weeks illness Clydeli Young died at he home of his Mr B H Yng Saturday night at 10 oclock Mr Young died of an ab timeIofClyde a was thj youngest son of Mr Ben Young and he youngest of a fam ilyof eleven cl ildren seven bd slknd four girls and as about twenty years of age at the tiof his death The funeral se vIces were held Monday morning at St Dominics church To his aged parent and his brothers it and sisters The Sun joins with the others who knew and loved the boy in extending condolence MORNIG BLAZE Grocery of Mr J K Cheatham Catches fir at Early Hour fully Insured this morning at about 130 fire was discovered in th frame storeroom on Wall street occ pied by Mr J K Cheathrims groce y When dIscovered the fire had evide tly been burning for some time sa dens pall of smoke hung aver the yi inity of the building the flame had eaten entirely ughithefloor nfar the rear Immediately arm vas sounded the department urn dout and within- a short time had he flames under control The building in which the fire occurred is owned by Mr John R Barber but is teased by ir C A Thompson carried jio inj urance Mr Cheat ham earned 700 insurance on his stock of groceries will fully cover his loss hijh The origin of fire is unknown Giving Satisfaction Then automobile line between here and Lebamon wh ch was established last weep is giving eminent satisfaction the traveling public and is doing a good business A pother car will be in service this week and next for the convenience jof thos who wish to attend the Chautjauqua j Mr Gratz wh runs the machines wishes the public to know that he will drive hia machine in the most careful manner Whenev fr Mr Gratz meetsz a person driving a horse which appears be frightened le immediately stops machine and i necessary leads the obstreperous anim past All that any one with a hors afraid of autos has to do when mee ting Mr Gratz is to hold up his hand a id the chauffeur will promptly stop and give assistance Death of Mrs Wright A very sad deat occurred near Gas burg Friday when Mrs Annie Edelen right wife ot rSpepcer Wright j passed away aft r a five months illness Tubbrculosii waS the cause of Mrs Wrights des h Mrs Wright was only about twenty hetr death She was the daughterf Mr John Edelen and bout fine years ago was married to DrJ Spencer Wright one of the most p eminent young phi sicians of the co nty To them on child a son was b rn about four years ago The little so as well as the hus band survive the d ceased The funeral ser ices were conducted d at St Rose Satur ay morning and the remains interred in St Rose cemetery Lard of thanks We wish to the k our many friend for their kindness and many favors s which we received uring the sickness and death of our aby and may they be richly rewards in the future are wishes Frank H and Nannie JAsh1 CONGRESSMAN BEN JOHNSON I TO THE R SCUg OF GROWERS finds Dangerous Inaccuracies and Inexcusable Blunders In Bradley Amendment to To acco Schedule and Has Demandec Corrections Meade County MearengerI The tobacco schedule of the Aldncnj Payne tariff bill is a most nonsensical and dangerous conglomeration Indeed is the wort misfit ever urned out by the Great National Tailoring Shop where lawsuits are made i This fact was clearly demonstrated in an interview by Congressman Ben Johnson printed in the CourierJournal of Wednesday July 12 Unless these inexcusable defects are remedied the tobacco grower will be placed between the devil and the deep blue sea when he commences to do business under the new tariff law However the editor of the Messenger has the tmost confi dence in Mr Johnson and feels that he will straighten out matters and saveI the tobacco farmers from ruin The tobacco schedule and the Bradley amendment are loaded with dangerous errors and if Congress neglects or refuses to make the changes as pointed out by Mr Johnson the tobacco industry in Kentucky will be crippled beyond reparation These misfits may not bel intentional they may be errors purer and simple yet many of us who are acquainted with the cloudy tactics of the American To bacco Company are skeptical we cannot but feel that the Italian hand of the trust is again endeavoring to shape for destinies To the average mind ncj trick is revealed by reading the tobacco schedule it seems as simple asuaQ ca sort of doingbetterbyus than the tobacco schedule ofthe Ding ey bill but to the student of such things the imperfections are readily seen While the socalled gladiators and selfstyled watchdogs of the tobacco growers were spieling in denunciatory con1gresspapers for puffs Ben Johnson was tobacIcowords he saw arrows and stings that the trusted watchdogs failed to see And through Mr Johnsons work it is apparent that the tobacco grower is to be rescued from the snarfi into which either ignorance or criminal perversity was about to lead him The Messenger takes off its hat to ONE THE LEADING RELIGIOUS BODIES Contributed The people known as Christians or Disciples are rapidly becoming one of the leading religious bodies in American Christi m ty They are both levangelis tip and missionary Their history goes back only one hundred years The be ginning of their activity was the spon taiiepus impulse among several denomi nations to return to Apostolic Chris tianity and reproduce in thfcjchurch of today the Christianity of Jesus and spiritrand its essential forms Thomas Campbell and his son Alex ander with other able and consecrated men became the early leaders of this religious movement in Western Penn sylvania The Campbells were of the Scottish Presbyterian church Their first congregation was formed at Washington Penn Realizing that their motives and methods would be greatly misunderstood Thomas Campbell saw fit to write and publish a declaration and an address in 1809 ThIs year is therefore called The YearI and the disciples will convene in their conItucky upon having a Representative in the National Congress who can smell a rat or see a nigger in the woodpile even if they have been covered by the dark tabncs of a language manufactured in the minds of Aldrich and Payne f The inaccuracies in the tobacco sche dule as citeaby Mr Johnson andprint ed in the Courier Journal are as fol lows By line 7 page 399 of the tariff pill no one can manufacture tobacco or nake snuff for himself not even from tobacco grown by himself and by line 16 same page it is emphasized that ro one can twist even for his own use and of his own growth without putting Imself under the ban of being amanu- f cturer By line 22 same page it is n ade lawful to buy AND sell where a many may wish to buy OR sell the u stemmed tobacco without the tax In f craIt the farmers wish to sell while f w of them wish to sell without first ba ling that which they sell By changI in at from to buy and sell to buy or- s lthe defect would be cured A similar error exists in line 22 pj ge 400 where it is made the duty cf ths farmer producing or selling to m ke certain reports to the Collector- o Internal Revenue while it should re id the farmer producing and selling as there can be no sort ot reason why a farmer who produces but who pro du es for his own use only and who do jsl not sell to make any report at all On page 4 Oline 21 to line 6 on pa fe 401 every tobacco grower is re qu red to report to the Collector of In tei nal Revenue each and every sale- m de no matter how large or how sm all the quantity Stating the quan itit sold to whom sold together with re dente of the purchaser The report has gone out over the cot ntry that a sale of less than ten po ads doesnot have to be reported to the Collector of Internal Revenue but sue is not correct ne of the most dangerous errors if it s an error in the Bradley amend me it is the feature making it compul sor that the tobaccogrower keep a set of books Senator Bradley failed to OF nat onal conventional at Pittsburg to cele rate their first centennial in Oct ber The followers of this movement now number about 1283416 with an increase of morn than a 100000 annually second in numbers of Christian En dea or societies in the United States- S ch movements as this cjearly indi cat the trend of religious thought Wit i the Endeavor moveme t thereare the tudents Volunteer movement the YoJg Mens Christian Associations rid the Laymens Missionary organization all are leading to the union t f God s people In many places on the fore gin missionary fields there are a ready sure indications that divide- Chri stianity shall not much longer con tinu Oliver Wendell Holmes said t 10Th j walls that fence His flock apart SI all crack and crumble in decay And every tongue and every heart- H U welcome in the newborn day The shall His glorious church rejoice Hi j word of promise to recall One sheltering fold one Shepherds voice Or e God and Father over all p embody in his amendment that sales o ten ppunds and less and as much aa hogshead shall be permitted without the grower furnishing to the Collector ot Internal Revenue an itemized state ment of sales Therefore if the fary mer sellsa pound or a thousand pounds or any amount oftobacco ke must render an account to the Revenue Agent Furthermore the grower will have to appear before an official empowered to administer an oath The Internal Revenue Department will demand that this shall be done The officials feet will be from 25c to 50c it matters not if the grower has sold TO more than ten cents worthof tobaccos Besides the grower may have to go ten or fifteen miles to nd a Notary Public and lose a days time Even w thlhis correction the Bradley amend mentwill be ot little good to the tobac co grower but without the correction as cited bY Mr Johnson it would amount to practically an unsurmounta ble barrier in the pathway of every grower in the land I Here we have a pretty verification that a close application to business bears more fruit than empty words and blunter While others were spiel to deaf ears in the Speakers chairs of Ute House and Senate and turning anxious faces to the galleries Ben Johnson bee unostentatious and brainy Congressman from the Fourth District was looking into the remote recesses of that tobac = co schedul excavating as it were m mountains of figures and confusing sentences He came forth bearing tip trigger of the trap so artfully set to er snare the tobacco grower and be thrust it into the lap ot Congress and demanded that the Representatives re move the danger if We have heard it said that the bee that does the loudest buzzijhg dora the least work The editor of theM secger is not sufficiently posted os beeology to verify the truth of this statement but he has been a studeat of men and affairs long enough to know that this is true of men and that the man who does the loudest talking does the least work Now the editor of the Messenger would in nowise detract from the glory that some of the Senators and ton gressmen are taking toil themselves on account ot the different parts they played in shaping the tobacco schedule of the tariff bill If any man can fund anything in the AldrichPayne tariff measure over which to thrill his soal Jet him proceed to glorify for neveribefore has man seen a thing as full of iniquity as this bill To those gentlemen who dehouncei the bill upon both floors pt Congress we extend our than sThose speeches read well and sounded patriotic It i sometimes strengthens the soul and makes the body more tense in conflict to h atthe unrighteous denounced But the man to whom we are most indebted is the man who maps out the field of battle and then leads up to victory Therefore if the tariff schedule andIthe Bradley amendment are overhauled and rebuilt in such a way as to make them worthwhile to the grower then the people have Congressman Bit Johnson of the Fourth Kentucky Dis trict to thank He has shattered the breastworks of the tricksters and mustered the boys for the onslaught rfAIR VIEW = 1MrArthur Eddleman and family dined with Mr and Mrs J E Stevenson Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Yocum entertained quite a number of their friends last aadMrs L D Carney and children spent 4PolinSam Wefts and sister Vernier hive returned home after a visit to their eia1 ter Mrs Ed Yocum Mrs Rebacca Vandaveritree is visit ing her sister Mrs Will Beam of Nek son county MrJas Truax has bought a farm near Wakefield We regret to lose Mr Truax arid family as our neighbors a f t rr z THESP4NGFIELDSUN WESNESDAYT JULY 28 Igo9 I I tJGREAT BARGAINS IN i JEWEL WATCHES i- j We Suit You Everything in the Jewelry Line ED M RUSSELL I itI+ +++ + 1000000000 LIFE INSURANCE N Company For Louisville and Ken lucky Its Mlssio Will be to Write and Re insure Other Com panies C W JL Gregory president of theCiti- cens Life Insurance Company Helm jSSruce the general counsel of that corn panyt and a number of the other eers haye their plans for orI ganizing in Kentucky a ten milhon dol iar life insurance company The com pony is to have five millions of capital and five millions of surplus and the promoters declare its purposes will be to write life insurance and to reinsuret other companies Its charter wiil authorize it to write iboth participating and nonparticipatmg e insurance According to President Gregorys announcement the home of fice and headquarters of the new coin pang will be located in Louisville but its legal home will be at Beechmont or some other incorporated town Outside of thecity limits 01 Louisville The purpose in incorporating the company Outside the city of Louisville is to city taxes which on such corp saveI as is planned would amount to sands of dollars a year Mr Gregory says that the organiza boil of thecompany will be a big thing not only for the city of Louisville but the State ot Kentucky as it will glye to the city and State one of the largest life insurance companies in the world He says that it will become a good feeder for the banks of the State and theentire South and will aid in making Louisville a financial center just as the big Eastern life have made the insurancecompaniesI dominant powers in the financial world the people of Kentucky alone are now paying for ordinary life insurance more jblttan SIX and one half millions of dollars annual1and he says the interest ings on this sum alone it kept at earnII would be of untold advantage State jMany of the officers in the Citizens W We have just h on the Greatest Line oflfit Spectacles in Kentucky All the lat jest style Glasses and +any style RIms We can furnish you with the best grade of goods at the Lowest Prices 21 can in M 4Hit Insurance announced Life Insurance Company will be officers of the new corporation W H Gregory iWllIbe the president of the big coin pany and Helm Bruce will be the gen teral counsel Chas D Pearce the banker ot Maysville will be first Vice president of the new company and L W Key of Mayfield will be treasurer R E Gregory now a vice president of the Citizens will be second vice president If the new company and JW- Lamof Greenville wIll be the third vice president Frank M Fisher of Paducah J Whit Potter of Bowling Green Geo rJBohon of Harrodsburg and Geo Alexander of Paris all of whom are directors in the Citizens Life theIsays any capitalistsIand busin ssmen are terested in the new concern and that financialIare ITne Board of Directors of the new will be increased to thirty six members and will be composed of the most prominent andTinfluential men Mr H Zi Churchill under direction of Mr Gregory has been in charge of the work rna ing preliminary plans for the new concern Mr Gregory said a name for the new company had riot been selectedyet bu thejcardinal the company investedin the territories from which they comei One ot the chief reasons for the or Janiza ion of this big company is to eep this vast amount of money a home and thedeyelopmenl t of the na resources Consequently the scheme oi organiza tion which has been planned is to have the main office and headquarters for thee company in Louisville with a branch at tlanta Ga to be known as the South rn branch one at Phil del phisto known as the Easter- branch 01 at St Louis to be known as the Western branch one atChicago to be known as the Northern branch and one at an Francisco to be know Ids the Jatlfic Coast branch It is proposed to give selfgovernment to each of pratIticaple ia organization would contemplate that each branch should be in charge of a vice MM++ tIl i i t11rtt1ttutut ilce IceIcell 0Coupon books now on sale 1 f For CASH On yl r 500 1000 dnd 2000 pound coupn books for r sale at ten per cent Discount fit y Buy a book and save money on jyoiir Ice this slmmert 1 Springfield Water and f f Electric Light Co + Ht + 1 president a sc cretary an assistant counsel and a i assistant treasurer a medical director a cashier and a financial board The plan alsbcontemplates a board of one or more residentdirec tors who will bit residents of the terri tory in which the branches located and who will also be members of the board of directors of the company It is also the plan that all bioneys paid into these branches are to amain mthe Ranches r and are to be ir vested zit the territory from which the branah Office gets its support Dartmout dLProfessor Ernest Fox Nichols then preside 4t o Dartmouth c llege is known to scientl sts the world over for his work and discoveries In physics He succeeds Dr WjIIIuin Tuck r who resigned two yerrs ago because of health JProfessor Tucker Is a native of Kansas forty years ld and was educated at the Kansas AKrlcuIturai college and Cornell unlversl y After five years abroad at the inlversltles of Cambridge and Berlli la returned to this country and wit appointed professor of physics and t stionomy at Colgate university He p copied this chair un til 1898 when lit was DartCIIUyIto ERNEST F6X NICPOLS mouth to become rotes sor of physics He was called to he ciialr pf experimental physics at olunbla college In 1903 Professor Nichols works In physics Include many Important discoveries among these measurement of beat waves largor than any rto known and the measurement of beat radiation of the planets Jupiter and Saturn He Is the author of several radiattion and kindred researches contributed to American ar d foreign scientific periodicals He received the iunford medal In 1904 and also the premium from the American Society of A ts and Sciences for his Original vorc in radiation Cornell hnlverslty roiiferredj the degree of doctor of science on film in sametB tel Complain in Children When SIX months o d the little daugh ter of EN Dewey u well kn0wn mer chant ofAgnewville Vi had an attack of cholera infantunpi Chamberlains Colic Cholera and iarrhoeai Remedy was given andeffect6 i a complete cure This remedy has prov jn very successful childrennIven acco printed directions can be relied with perfect confiden e Whenreduced with water and sweet ned it is pleasant to take which isbf reatimportance tonHaydon Drug Co Nervous Break pwn Nee energy is tiQ force that controls the or cIrcan culation dl staon and elimination fheny u rfeel weak nervous lITl table sack it is often because you la ck nerve energy fand t le process sustainofing life is inter Bred with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases arid will ve believe benefit if no entirely cure you Try it My nervous pystem gave away completely and left im on the verge or the grave I tried skilled physicians but got no relief I got so bad I up my bu lness I began Miles Restorative Nervine days I was much better PClanCht to improve until red I am In business miss remedy an opportunity to Ells Myrtle Creek Oregon Your sells Oil Miles Nerv Ine and we authorize ilm to return price cf first bottle or ly If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co4 Elkharti Ind FOR THE HOBIFE Selection of Mutton Mutton when good baits the lean more inclined to a dark than a bright red The grain la tine a id the fat is white Small boned and short legged mutton Is best eating Pate colored and lean mutton Is Inferior meat That which is clammy to the touch Is un wholesome probably diseased Lamb Is best when ten or twelve weeks old The whole lamb at that age should not exceed forty pounds When more mature It lacks the delicacy of young t esh and has not yet aci quired the riper flavor of prime runt ton Lamb should be small and tat The leg Joints being stiff and the vein in the neck blue denote freshness Tile kidney should be small and the fat white and tirni Beef BursIGet two pounds of roundsteak about one inch thick and pound out flat then cut into strips two inches thick and six inches long Make a dressing of stale bread one egg one onion a small piece of butter sage salt and pepper to taste Spread this dressing on strips of meat roll up and pin each of the burs with toothpicks so as to hold them together firmly so they will look like little roasts Put butter and lard In a kettle and brown nicely on both sides then add water enough to cover Simmer for one hour orida half Enough dressing wilt boll out to make a nice brown gravy Preserved Whole Gooseberries Make a strong sirup two pounds of sugar to a pint of water Pierce gooseberries in several places and put them In the fclrup then take them from the range and let the gooseberries remain in the simp all night In the inornitig reheat stopping just short of boiling point again letting berries stand over uighrrfn sirup While stilt cold place them In bottles and pout the sirup over them Place bottles In Should the berries seem to be waterling before the water boils bottles at once and seal stand until water is at boiling point Improved Curling Iron The device for making curlsand puffs herewith shown consists of a single curling Iron which has groovesl along its length large enough o reiceive one side of a double wire hook of much the same shape as a safety pin The hair is curled around the cylinder and over one end of the bookI PIN HOLDS CURL SECURE and when the curl or puff is made the hook is fastened at the free end which Is constructed to permit fastening and the puff is held together until It can be rrinnei in place on the head The device cm also be used in curling nat ural hairand the hoot wilt hold the curl until that shape is well set Tl a chief annoyance in rolling false curls is experienced in their coming unrolled before adjusted Codfish and Potato Hash Codfish in quantity to suit your taste hashed potatoes well seasoned Pick the codfish and soak in water overnight Chop it fine with the pota toes in the proportion of onefourth fish and three tourtbs potatoes Cut two large slices of fat salt pork into dice andfry crisp Mix the cracklings of the pork the potatoes and codfish in the skillet and heat until browned ItglUl1Turn und brown the other with mustard Dalton With Bermuda Onions P a lelent number of medium sized Bermuda onions drop into salted boiling water anti stew gently until tender but not broken Lift taut of the water and stand upright in a buttered baking dish On the tbp of each onion lay a yery thin slice of breakfast bacon and sprinkle Ilwltb paprika Stand in a hot oven until the bacon is cooked and the onions nicely browned Peppers In Brine Green peppers may be put away for winter use lu the same way ins other green vegetables Wipe them well and place in large stone jars and cover with sufficient brine strong enough to float aq egg Put on top of thorn a wooden cover smaller than the Jar and n weight on top to keep the peppers under the brine or they may be can nod or put in brine in glass Jars Southern Stew Cut two pounds of veal in small pieces Slice thin half a pound of salt pork Add tour quarts of water and three tablespoonfuls of vinegar and boll one hour Skim thoroughly then add one chopped onion and two tur nips chopped Season well with pep per Then put all Into a baking pan and place in the oven and let stew gently for two hours l Ii jr Fi RrYounggrace and gingerbuiltt in in a way that greybeards wont fancy and built zw that f ncy way because theyre not meant for old folk Wide shoulderedcoats Builtout chests and shapely waists Fullpegged trousers with the new wide spring cuff at bottom The shape that you find in em the firstday will last to the last Its permanent tailored info the clotha matter of needle worknot pressing They wear so much longer that theyre ball odds the cheapest clothes when you divide t e number of months through which they give satisfaction into f the price you give for them tonoIThe RobertsoflClaybroofce Co Incorporated A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and hap iness by what was believed to be hope Lipsilombalf kinds of remedies and treatment rom several doctors but found no help ill he used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He G OLD MEDAl ItSE L L J is a well man today Its quick to re lieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affections 5Qc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranted by Haydon and Robertson itubscribe for The Sun ftThe Sun and CourlerJournaL SLM GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROW1NG KIND Are a safe proposition for us because we cad buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis factory can be returned at the shippers expense That means no chance of our having poor seeds in stock Doesnt that make GOLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty food proposition for you I I MTrent WillfeburjE Ky 1909 1909 THEYEAR OjT GREAT PROSPER TY GETREAD T FREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall AtlasJ to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year I is EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS s The Latest Kentucky MapUPTo 1909 Full sold CompUtr l r Engraved especially for The Evening Post at n cost of inchesTheThe Portraits of allthe Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the only picture of its kind in UnitedStatesof the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presldentsthe Rulers of all Katlons with Coats of Arms and Flags A is over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year A Historical and Political Directory ofKcijUicky ring Presidential Vote State Officials Area and U S Senators a Justices S akers of Ken tucky House Congressional and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem ocratic and Republican State Central Commit tees and Btatc Executive Committees Senatorial FROM District Counties of Kentucky when made and TO PopulationStatistics Lakes Philipftries The Original States and those admitted The Evening Post K isucky Governor Wall lr subscribeforSix Months at 200 by Mail This price only for v those who cannot get The Evening Post delivered Carrier or Agent s Send for Sample and full description of 1 litthleye Shelby THE EVENING POST lleulsfllle I Aifmtjis E WIHsen SPECIAL PRICE EAND350 PEI YeAR t e J c t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 28 1909 I5 REPORT OF THE CONDITION r- roFTHE f PeplesDepos t BanKbOipg business af Main Street Town of Springfield Countyof Washington ofJtentucky at the close of business on the 8 dayof July 1909 q IiRESOURCES 26228356RealCall Loans on Collateral i 15564100USSOther2526287Due2676262Unitedspecie v iui 569911 1754911Exchange174226OverdraftsTaxesrJ 945RealOther Real Estate 1 Furniture and FixturesI L Other assets not included under any of above heads Jvjjitt Total l j i f 34112100 LIABILITIES r MJj 5000000SurplusProfits21900433146Depositson IS paid paidTriie 4889024 25555908CertifiedDue National Banks f 284410 554042DueCashiers Checks outstandingi I Ai2UnpaidTaxes due arid unpaid1 X Bills Payable t tXAmount of unclaimed deposits op hand Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads lfei TotalJI uo 34112100 r State of Kentucky t County ot Washington jC swearthatCashierSubscribedMy Commission expires January 81 1910 M CHAS M MCCHORD Public G D ROBERTSON H E CASE H R ThOMPSON Director Jl SYCAMORE VALLEY sMessrs B H McIlvoyE Ff Sails B P and J T Prather W Tad Al T Bailey delivered stock at Kellys Shop Monday Mrs JA Culter is quite low a t this writing with heart trOUt le Mr and Mrs A T Bailey and son J H spent Sunday withA L Litsey and family HB Mcllyoy and family attended church at Mackville Sunday bight School has opened at this place with Miss Pearl Hickerspn as teacher thitWtI Mr John Crow and family and Steve Scott attended church at Rbckbridge Sunday Mrs J S Inman was called to the bedside of hermee Mrs Sleet inL ston at Willisburgj Mrs Nellie Thurman of Huntsville Ala spent the past week with JMfa E R Sails M Several from hereattended the party at the home of Mr Harvey BarnetL Saturday night Mr azidMs A T Bailey andjlittlj son J H spent last Tuesdajy anr Wednesday with the latters parents at Texas Mr and MrS Buf ord Smith and littli r daughter visited friends lure Saturday night and Sunday W IYBatley and Ernest Sh wmake a tende1 the party at Texas Saturday nl htI RevA Sims filledhjs regular ap pointment at Hillsboro Sunday Mrs Hanby still c ntinuefj on the sick listiSunday school is progressing nicel at present DeafnesJs Cannot be Cured camiojreach Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inr flame you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is ent tirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the information can betaken r out andthis tube restored to its condition hearing will be destroyed torever nine cases outof ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inf named condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured Halls freetISold byDruggists 75c Take Pills for cOnsti patio The SUN f Tht Sua and CourI ournaII J HAPPY HOLLOW Mr Perry Ruby and lamily spent from Friday until Sunday with Mr M Shields and familyat thi3 place Mr J D Sutherland and wife spent SunpaYlw ththe family of Mr Solomon Kays Mr John Crow arid family attended meeting at Rockbridge Sunday Mrs J A Coulter isno better at this writing Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Myrtle spent last Thursday with Mr and Mrs EdwardHanby Miss Lillie Harnion spent last week with her sister Mrs C W Stallings of this place Mrs J W Walls and mother Mrs Royalty Mrs John Armstrong and Misses Myrtle and Nannie Royalty dined at the home of Mr Dave Der ringer and family of near Freedom Mr Steve Scott attended meeting at Rockbridge Sunday Mr John Armstrong and wife spent Sunday afternoon with the family of Mr Edward Perkins of near Willis burg Mrs Lee Settles and family spent Saturday and Sunday with her father Mr George Keeling rpentSundaycy Scott There was a good crowd at Hillsboro Sunday morning Mr Walter Hanby attended meeting at Willisburg Sunday night Mr Tom Coulter and t mily spent Sunday with Mrs Nancy Scott of near hereHt Mr Johnnie Matherly spent Sunday with Messrs Edward and Walter Han by of this place DULY QUALIFIED cProprietor of DairyHave you had any experience In this business Applicant =I used to work In a pumii factory The Springfield Sun LOO pert year ml togian and Educator Professor George Burman Foster who ha i just been dropped from the Baptist ministers conference of Chi cago oves expulsion to his denial in recent took ot the divinity Of Christ The effcqf of the action of the confer ence is that Professor Foster cannot speak from any Baptist pulpit in Chi ago B e has not been expelled from IsaptistbnrcheFor tfe past fourteen years pro fessor foster has been a member of the factlty of the University of Chi professor OBOKOE BDKUAK FOSTLOhowever he was transferred from the divinity school to they philosophy de partment of the graduate schools Per sistent a tacks on Professor Foster bv Baptist tiinis ers because of his higher criticism and alleged unorthodox teachings are said to have occasioned CMcagnheat Saratoga N Y FWestRocheste Theological seminary Latfer he studied at the universities of Got tingen arid Berlin Be Is a native of West Virginia and is flftyODe years E ont Get a Divorce A west ern judge granted divorce pr account of ill emper and bad breath Dr Kins Newj Life Pills would have prevente it Tjhey cure Constipation causing I ad brthand Liver trouble the illte nper dispel colds banish head aches c mquer chills25c at Haydon and Rob rtsons BOOKER Mrs Emma J hey of Happy Hollow Nelson county is visiting in and around Booker A Jar e crowd attended church at New Ho e Sunday to hear Bro Hamil ton Mr L wis Cull and Miss Pearl Barr and Mr Charlie Settle and Miss Eliza Coulter ttended childrens day services atWootlawn Sunday Mr G orge Kirsch of Bloomfield at tended c mrch at New Hope Sunday Mrs iluthRaridolphreturned to her home in Nelson county Sunday after a few dajs visit to her niece Mrs Mamie oatley who is on the sick list Mr Ildwardj Pile wife and little daughte Catherine attended church at New Hope Sunday and dined with Mr and MrslJt E Stevenson at Fair view IIJosie Settle and daughter Miss attended church at Maud lizabef aMrs Ham Pile and children spent Si ndav with Mrs Pile parents Mr and Mrs liouis Kirsch Mrs I Immet Settle spent Sunday with her SiB rMrs Mamie Goatley near Mooresv lie Little Nannje A Pile daughter of Mr Jess e Pile iskm the sick list She has typhoid feyeij Mr Jj ck Borders is visiting Mr Love Settles Born a the ire of Mr Joe Goatley July 11 a 9 pound boy Mother and son are oing nicely meeting held at Moore Simms and wife close d Thejmp with an ice cream supper A attended Piljj attended children day services at Woodlawn Sunday and dined with W0 Ellis and family President Helps Orphans Hundi eds of orphans haye been helped by the President of the Industrial and Orpians Home at MaconGa who1 writes ftaye used Electric Bitters in this institution for nine years It has proved 4 most excellent medicine tbr StomaclLiyer and Kidney trouble We f rd it as one of the best famiJy- medlcinfson earth It invigorates organs purifies the blood aids gestIon creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children equalBestat Hayqon and Robertsons REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Farmers bank Doing business at the i wn of Mack SKentuckythe 8th day of July 190 RESOURCE Loans and discounts with me ormore endorsers as surety 6173552- Reil Estate Mort gages 421Q SlateralTime Loans on iCol 1 6654552UaOtherStocksB lioneDue 780Due840594DueCompanies none United States and National Bank 251900Specie 318283 Checks and other cash Items one Exchange for Clear noneOverdraftsOverdrafts unse 134050TaxesCurrent Expenses Paid 13 049OReal Estate Bank 10000QOtherFurniture arid Fix 139666Othereluded under any of above heads lone Total 8187145 T LIABILITI1 Capital Stock paid in in cash 1500000 260000Undividedund to pay Taxes ione eposits subject to ch ckon which in terest is not paid 37J 1618 Deposits subject to checkon which in terest is paiu InoneDemand Certificates saof Deposits on which interest is paidnoneoTime Certificates Depositsonwhich interest is paid 12 0000 5048618 SavingsDepositson which interest is paid nona Certified Checks none Due National Banks 196883 Due State Banks and Bankers none Due Trust Compan ieQ none Cashiers Checks outstanding none and Bills re 1poo00UnpaidTaxes due and un I paid mnoneBills Payable none Amount of unclaim ed deposits on handnoneOther Liabilities not included under =of above heads none ITolal 8187145 lSetCountyI J M Smith Cashier of the above named Bank do sole nly swear that the above statement is rue to the best of my knowledge and b lief J M Si ITH Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of July l 09 ountyClerkByCalvin ker John T Swee ey B G Math ly Directors Liver Trouble Reiiiedy Free Any intelligent per on can be his ofInot If tl e of the eye becomes yellqwish if the skin be comes sallow bimph s and blotches appear if the bowels o not move if you have sick headac Ie if you are youliverr yetfoundSyrUPPepsinThis wonderful remedy is not only a laxa tire but a tonic ds well It will start the flow of gastric juice thereby soon enabling the liver to do its work natur ally Abot e of this gr at liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 50 singlebottleFor example Joint W Iee 619 S Penn sylvania ave Indlanapo is Ind had stubborn and very jlong tandIng case liver trouble ples blotches jaundice etc and It cur d him Mrs B Fllnchum Jackson Ky says the same ofv it Thousands of far Hies keep it In the house against just such an emer gency as you can never tell when some goolaxnttveIn order to have you 0 any other sufferer from the liver male a test of Dr Caldwclls Syrup Pepsin without personal expense Dr Caldwell will send you a free test bottle if you will end your name and address The sampl will show you ItiorIsend for It today If there i anything about your ailmer t thatyou dont understand or if you want any medic I advice write to the doc or and he will answer you fully There Is no charge or this service The addre s is Dr W B Caldwell 50 Caldwell bldg Mnnticello til For Bale by The Reel Crc M Drue Stor DtW F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCkY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable theorldDR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030to12m 4to5p- ncDtJCMudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY ornci Col ffice Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 Itt l H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phonelNo 5 Residence No38 j MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSEt TELEPHONES Day 4I v Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATrLAW Springfield Ky win practice in the courts of Washington a Appeabn4C C McCIIORD ATTYATLAW f Springfield Ky Will practice in all Sta e and Federal Courts r W D CLAYBROQKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WashlnRtndpeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson BuildingI Washlngtollandtljolninltcounties S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Kv specIaltyWillable Phone 84 Dr W R MORGAN Veterinary Surgsonand Dentist PERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable In Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 JOHN Y MA YES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robci Telephone Day 19 Night 7 a THE SUN AND Both pa peralyr Bryans Commoner 50I 150JAmerican 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Frrm121Ame-rican Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer154 225JFarm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews J 325 Magazine28 MagazineLOtLedger Harpers Magazine1 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 11 R1I1iiiiiI Cuts Sores oh all Live Siock ALLDEASE KILLS ALL KINDS OF LICEAND PARASITES w Have It in Stock Cures Scab orMaQgf r Red qross I DruSorej Notice Poultry Raisers Now is the time of tbeyear to feecf your fowls a good tonic R41144 c res Cholera Gapes Koup Canker aiidS Limberneok When fed as apr veBtfre it not only keeps them healthy bat makes them lay Price 50c no C1RI no pay Guaranteed by your druggTs3s sDrugof poultry The Sun and CourierJournal ttub r1be for The Sun iLW yeav UsimCLUBBING RATES WiTII LOUISVILLb DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville 5QtT1eJournal ex pt bunday 640- Sahie including Sunday 8 2O The Sun and daily Courier Journal any days in BWTheCourier opmal any three days in the week sixmonths 23tThe Sun and the Sunday CoQr ierJournal one year 2j8P The Sun and the Louisville daily Z yearThe Eyennif IPo2t one veart 4 rulItIkIIiw1IIII DIill IF YOU WANT rHEST FLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOB Pride of WJishlnjlon or 34Springfields MANUFACTURED BY J W JARB6E CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT y Slogans PFREESewing Macjiine runs lighter tLaxx amy other Ilastslonger than any I FREE ismore beautiful tnan any otter 1fJI FREE has less fibration than any other tfFREE H is easier to operate tkany otherSfJ1 FREEimakes more perfect stitch than any otner 61mEEis tke Lest of allcom bined in one 1REESEVIN43rMAGtRNEL CHICAGO ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK GO Agent Springfieldjky i to 4 I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY T l SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR IIi Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher metered at the postoffice atSprin eyd for trapsrhission throug the IMls as econdclass matter I TERMS SUBSCRIPTION Tuse Year Jt00 Wx Months iiTfcreeMonthfl 25 Democratic Ticket IaCIR- CUIT JUDGEI H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C S Hill of Marion County- REPRESENTATIVET D Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERK W F Booker CIRCUIT CLERK Robt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayfcs SHERIFFS J Anderson SCHPOLSUPERINTENDENTJ Bosh JAiLERIGeo D Catlett ASSESSOR W T Mitchell CoRoNERDr WE Crume SURVEYOR Win G Roberts We wish to felicitate the teachers of- Washington county upon the excellent Institute which was held here last lek Each one m attendanceand all w re in attendance e geanied to be imbued with the educationalconditions and of doing all within thieir power to have better schools in Ken tucky byAsr tamed and jinstructed the teach rd snd visitors present and inspired them to do even more than heretofore Prof C ol vmas Chairman could not have ben Improved upon AU inall the Institute of 1909 V as the best ever held in the county Vote for the Good Roads Amend ment If there is a tobacco glower it Ken tucky who is hesitating about whether or not he should vote for the good roads amendment next November it might b profitable for him to take a few minu tes time and make a little calculation of what it would be worth in cash to him in hawling his tobacco to the rail road over a good smooth hard r iUdroadone or hhds of tobacco is all that a good rordstheyone hhd is the limit With the ri ht kind of road the same team would ull foUr or five hhds with more ease rnd nrVpulllocalities when after Christmas it is difficult to get a team to the station with an empty wagon Figure up he number of tnps you make to your ol wn fewearember Proper Treatment for Dysentery and Dar rhoea The great mortality from and diarrhoea is due to a lack of probe treatment the first stages of tq dis ease Chamberlains Colic Chol ra and Diarrhoea Remedy is reliable and effectual medicine and given in reason able time will prevent any dangerous consequences It has been in use for many years and has always met with unvarying success For sale by h Leo Haydon Drug Co Free Wheat Bags Farmers who will contract theirwheat FREEdHARGEsuit us about prices before selling el je where Ballard Ballard Co Lou is ville Ky1 l r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 28 igoq l fTTTTJTTT T I Proctor KnottC autauquaAiSS n LEBANON KY I July 281909 August 7 Inclusive j Beautiful Grounds Ideal Place for Camping An Unexcelled Program Some of the- Attractions I I CHAMPIONSHIP Jaset GAME EVERY DAy Tents to rent as fellows IOxlt 350 12x14 L 450 14x16 I 550 IApply and of Lots arrangements for and Ticketsl Arrange to These Drr G r Tr Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY FjrItclassmca in Hagon Blocks up stairs There willbe nb services at the Pres byterian church next Sunday on account of the absence ot Rev RE C Lawson who is at Houstonville this week If you want your laundry to look good take it toIRed Cross Drug Store ESTRAY A red sow weight abou 250 pounds strayed on my place about a week ago Owner may have same by andd W P MONTGOMERY Messrs Jas Lamptoh and Bobbie Shuitz have opened a Bicycle Shop and will do all kinds of repair work See them for prices IThe Ladies Aid Society of thu Christian church will serve dinner gn county court day in October School Tax for the year of 1909 was due July 1 G C Wharton Treas Feed your poultry a good tonic to keep them ina healthy condition This means more eggs more rapid growth ot the young Enterprise Poultry Pow = der will do it Sold by- HAYDON ROBERTSON Take your clothes to Links Rav to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed Try Kentucky Star Flour Its mad like grandfather used to make it FOR SALEA latestmodel No Oliver typewriter This machine is in hrstclass condition having been used only three months For further par oculars and terms apply at this office my place near Wil lisburg one Black to 700 P9undll Jersey dehorned notify Richard Rileyand receive reward manorwomae n in each county to advertise receive orders and manage business for New York Mail Order House 1800 weekly posi tion permanent no investment required Previous experience not essential to en gaging Spare time valuable Enclos self addressed envelope for full particu tars ADDRESS CLARKE Co Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AVE NEW YORK Kentucky Star made J sVSV MUSICAL BandSPartyl Ball For Season of il nr W if McCIellan lost a fine jer lsey cow Monday night The Veter inarian pronounced her trouble to be a estion Mr McClellan had va ed the animal at 50 he Robertson Claybrooke Co dry goods store will be closed today to morrow and Friday for the purpose of invoicing ary Ray a young colored woman liv ng on the place of Mr Ben Young di d last Sunday morning of dropsy T funeral services were M nday evival services conducted by Rev A P Finleyof Worcester Mass be gaat the Christian church Sunday m rmng anwdill continue forV tw6 wj eks Mr Finley is a very polished aril finished speaker and on every oc di course has been heard by a larg congregation he Office of Farm Managment U iced States Department ofi Agricul jtu e has now ready for distributIOn a ci cular giving a detailed discussion of of the wild onion problem and outlining a lan whereby the pest can be exter mated This circular will be sent free to any person requesting it r juke Cnlhoun a respected colored citizen of Springfield died at his home on High St last Thursday after a sev er il weeks illness of typhoid fever H was burled by the U B F Lodge Fr day afternoon The deceased came to this pbre from sev er il years jago and since living here had pr ven himself to be tin industrious ne fro At the time of his death he was se ton of the Presbyterian church ounty Court day brought only a s ard iiow putting in their time with th ir crops Less stock than usual was 5on the market The following sales we e reported by Auctioneer S M Ca posit One Jack sold by Jas Cecil AdW of John Sympson bought by Fe ix Mudd for 250 one pair 5year old 295 witharawn by H mule 140 one 6nearToId mule 151one 6 yearold inule 140 one black mare 8750 one bay njare 116 one dry cow 23 75 one old mare 131V yenlyfive Cents is the Price of Peace he terrible itching and smarting inc dent to certain skin diseases is atd tno t instantly allayed by applying Ch mberlams Salve Price 25 cents For sale by the Leo Haydon Drug Co Kentucky Star Flour Best made f li i LECTURERSV Wirt Lowther Edward Reno fath r J M Cleary Mrs Lenora lake Gov Joseph Folk Mrs Hon avega Clements Rev R A Willetts vacation i hit farmere 04yearold Live Reported by Bourbon Stock Journal Bour bon July 27r The were very light 33 head for two days 2316 the of b vets was light and the market quite but little doing and no chang in prices fair for choice dry ed light others dull Calves 1Q8 for wo days 294 the market ruled slow b ilk of the 248 for tw days3 793 the market ruled dull an in fact but little doing ai d prices 510c lower the best heavy and hogs 165 lbs an up 8Q 810 light 130 to 165 bs7pigs from 5 J5725 grassy half fat Bogs Sheep and Lambs 2 092 for two days 8045 the market ruled firm and on prime lambs butof the best around 77Jc some fancy lambs sellin higher seconds 55ic culls 3 4c fat sheep 4c Gown common sheep slow choice stock ewes rea y sale and common ewes slow t Rev Sims of is c nduct ing a series of at rus i Grove church Mr Pope a out 15 head of calves at prices rangi g from 12 to 15 per head Mr S B Yocum is a new tobacco and stock barn Mr and Mrs John Tatum of J nkins vine visited their Mr Grant Scott last week Mr Samuel ot is near here this week Mr Lev Milton iof has ac a with Co at this place Mr Ben jis wheat in our The crop is short but the yield is about as good as farm ers The mill dam at Tatham which was washed out during the hard rams Mr John of near town visited here last and The will be held at the Tatham church and 29 Mr JM ot near who has been to his home with fever is Try Star Flour It 0 D KV A large number of guests from various points are at the Hotel at Messrs Sam Wells and Oscar were in The school at this place after being closed the week of the Misses Nellie Simms Naomi and Sarah ONan Messrs Shaker Rob and Louis Kelly pf are the Messrs Will and Allen War ren and Frank of sDent here Robert and Jim of were here Mr John Wells was in Mon day Miss Nannie lIS in r Others 1lowingTickets Season of 11 Days Adults 21 Children Early fief Choice Make your NOW Camping Season IYour Suit Dates Teeth Local News Notes eThe STRAYEDFrom Bullwelght600 FlourJest days curindi Oampbellsville Vosburgh for 125 Stock Markets Stockyards Louisville receipts attendance material inquiry butchers Receipts 2sdHogsReceipts draggy mostly medium shippers 65775 ranged closedsnsteReceipts higher medium PULLIAM Louisville meetings Bishop bought erecting idaughter Keeling Louisville visiting relatives Vanburen cepted position Johnson Crouch threshing neighborhood expected Springs hasbeen temporarily repaired Pinkston String relatives Saturday Sunday Baptist Association Baptist August Hedger Tatham confined typhoid improving Kentucky Sogood Address THOMAS Secy LEBANON TATHAM SPRINGSI Tatham Springs present Shirley Cardwell Sunday afternoon reopened Monday during Teachers Institute Rogers ertson Springfield visiting Springs Waters McClellan McCabe Springfield Sunday Sutherland Hayes Taylor Chaplin Sunday Chaplin Mitchell visiting Springfield JMany i reI t a visit to relatives here Miss Frances Glaiser oft Louisville who has been visiting friends heiehas returned home Help for Those Whoflare 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 Chamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets which did her so much good that she continued to use them and they have done her more good than all the medicine Ibought before SAMUEL BOYER Fo Born Iowa This medicine is for sale by the Leo Haydon Drug Co Samples free Use Kentucky Star Flour to bakeV your Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pure white andhealt- hfulThe SUN 1 The Sum and CourierJournal Ufe L SISStS1SSSSSISSS Ss y SiSSsV L Do You Want toBuyaFarm Wt can sell you one any size any location any prict Vft art ready at all times to show you Come and see us About 100 farms in our hands Separtial list biSpringfieldplenty of water all under good fence Price 50 ger acre twodwelhrgNo 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two nce1Price VIV dwellinggkinds of fruit all under good fence plentyof water plenty of grass Price 3500 No 512S acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 oftimber45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine tock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre r ail No 7200acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land ate least onehalf ot the farm new land Price 40 per acre dweUingfruit plenty of water Price 2500 fromLorettoin grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephon and rural landPriceNo 10961 acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school room dwelling it good tobacco barn 36x64good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 LAKE BOSLEr 111 11j I z ItTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 28 19095I i TAI3 MTOMOWLE 1 1 Proctor Knott Chautauqua e LEBANON KY 4 Beginning Wednesday July 28 and continuing until August 7 a of 100 the round trip 75c children under 12 will be effective on SPECIAL CAR leav ing each day as follows w Leave Springfield 745 a m I 431045amIi 145pm an 430 pm 745 p m L ebanonI 11ftRegular car at regular rates leaves on regular schedule REPQRTOF SALES OF 19O6 PopIed Tobacco committee appointed at Hhe tobacco growers meeting held at the Cour House June28th 1909 forjthe purpose of supervising the business connected with the final disposition of the 1SJ06 crop of pooled tobacco reports dn accountant was employed to makea complete examination and accounts and records ertaining to the sales and aUdit thi proceeds of tobacco his report thereon is as follows WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD CONTROL REPORT Sales of Tobacco Crop 1906 168 Hogsh ads 1422475 lbs 1761989E Less li per for lbs 1922482 Insurance prIZiI111537986 180178 Sampling Storage r 16 069 68 Board Of Control account 56802 Interest account623628 431300 132j DISBURSEMENTS AS FOLLOWS 1 i Advanced Growers 50 per appraised value740813Distribution No1 10 per cent II 1481727i 78plStrJbubonsummer appraisedvilue118O711 13033942 l95895 3 per cent of Total Sales in hands of Burley Society rfj Reserve fund JC r 176173 T 19722 Sinee making above report the 71 ihds of Tobacco on hand have been disposed of and net proceeds paid over 96945 Less 1 per cent Reserve Fund969Charges Storage etc10451 11420 85525 NoW available for final distribution 105247 Weights of 1936 crop tobacco as received from growers 1537986 lbs Warehouse weights when sold1422475 lbs Loss in shrinkage etc 115511 Average 7iper cent Average apnraised value per pound m 923c Average selling In weIghts jer poundi 1 2c Ayerage selling price out weights perpoundii 2 Average price paid Growers per pound9l3c Average Expense prpound2A subsequent and final distribution be made whenit is ascertained what part of the 1 per cent reserved by the Burley Tobacco Society be returned to the county H M OfNAN Chairman I Ti MILLER CommitteeCB POJfE W M NALLY Secy J TEXAS t Messrs W D Purdom W T Philips in Danville Moncte y on business 4IMrs H J COca ougherspenfJles1 day with the fil r ney t Yankey of Stewart Mr W B Wilham has been very ill but is now much improved Mrs Hubert Kimberhn is very ill at this writing Mr Howard Moss Misses Susie Penn and Anna Blanche Wieson ot IMrsIrisMrs Nancy en County is the guest of W T Phillips J Mr Earl Buford French Iicki Ind to be gone several daysI ElizaWadiand granddaughter of Mitchelsburg are visiting relatives here Miss Hattie Arnold spent part of week with Miss May Mays of Springfield Messrs Willie and Dallas Rowe vis ited their aunt Rache Anderson of Fenwick Saturday night and Sunday Miss May Mays of Springfield spent the weekend with Miss Hattie Arnold Miss Anna Arnold spent Sunday with Miss Minnie Funk of near anon Miss Ada Arnold is conducti wTkwitbthe Institute at Springfield while here Miss Arnold returned Monday mojrning Profs Frank Hardin and C GJ Dr ham attended the Institute in Spring field weekt T Miss Bessie Arnold is the guest f her uncle Mr tlhas Brady of Spring field Mrs Cc mmodore Adkinson wab called q r Leave 915 1230 300 630 930 The lhai the said and cent cent cent still prlc 25c Net l6c will will and were and Mrs isa Mrs last Mrs Leb who last to the bedside of her father Mr Aj Shirley who is very low Mr Shirley resides in TaylonwilJer Mr Scott Mayes and wife jSpring field were to see Mr and MrsR L Arnold Sunday afternoon Mr W H Wilson who had his foot mashed some time ago by a wagon rolling over it is now able to walk a bout without the use of his crutches Mr Will Rowe had the misfortune to lose a ver fine calf Sunday night Mr Richard Ward and family of Mackville spent Sunday with and Mrs Thomas Begley Little Henry Brady while playing in his grandfathers yard stepped on a nail running jt almost an inch deep in the thich part Qt his foot Henry is suffering intense pain but it Is to be hoped that he will soon improve On Sunday July 25th the children and grandchildren of Mrs Emily coca nougher met at the old home to celej brate her 75th birthday In all of their immediate family there were 66presenu and 29 absent Mrs Cocanougher has raised a remarkable faniiy She is the mother of 10 children all of whom are living and none of them haye ever had any broken bones They are all enjoying good health at the present time She has 59 grandchildren 15 of which are dead and 9 great grandchildren A bountiful dinner was served to those present and all spent a dehghtfl day It is to be hoped that Mrs Coconough ers remaining days will be as happy to hers this one proved to be Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out fires then use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Quts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures skin Eruptions Old Sores boils Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief is instant 25c at Haydon and Robertsons 11t1Apfy HOLLOW Mrs J M Shields and two sons spent Saturday arid Sunday with friends and relatives at Tatham Springs Mrs Toni Baker and daughters Sue and Bertha Mr George Keeling and wife Mrs Laura Brewer and two sisters of 01 lib spent last Fridry after noon with Mr Edward Hanby and wife of this place Mr Solomon Kay and family spent Sunday with Mrs Kays lather Mr H P Chesserkndfamily of near Polin Mr Steve Scott spent Sunday at Poi v Mrs JohnArmstrong and daughter Myrtle Mrs 4M Shields and daugh ter Mallie d ined at the home of Mr Krastus Perkins Thursday Mrs J Ai Coulter died at her home at this place last Wednesday morning about three oclock of heart failure 3he was laid to rest at WillisbuJg Thursday She leaves a father mother isters arid brothers three daughters Mrs G qie Mrs Young and Mis J P Brewer j and one son Mr Hobert Patrick We extend deep sympathy to the 1QereavedMr Solomon Kays sold two mules county court ddys price 150 Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Mon day with hersister Mrs Edw rdHanby Mr Virgil Hanby and family Mr Floyd of Willisburg Mr Obe Fowler and Miss Mariah Settles pent Sunday with Mr Edward Hanbyand wife The Misses Royalty of Springfield are visiting Miss MyrtleArmstrong at this place Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Mrs Efastus Perkins spent Monday with Mrs S D Royalty of Springfield Mr James Simpson of Springfield spent Monday night with Mr John Atmstrong and family Mr Gilbert Chesser spent Friday night and Saturday with his sister Mrs Solomon JKays Miss Nannie and Claudy Royalty and Myrtle Armstrong visited Mrs T W afternoon THESUN and TIMES 935O REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Central Bank Doing busines at the town of Willis burg County of Washington State of at the close of business on the 8th of July 1909 dry RESOURCES Loans and one surety356o248Real Call Loans on Collateral Time Loans oij Collateral IT S Bondst Other Stocks Bonds Etc Due from NatJonaIBankt 76293 ue from fBankers 37307 CompaniesFnited Bank Notes 85000 pecie70831Ohecksand xchange for ClearingHouse Iverdrafts secured Jl 149000 verdratts unsecured 1iaxes Cjrrent Paid Real EstateBanking House 307000 Other Real EstateiF jrniture and Fixtures 270000 0 her Assets not included un der any of above heads Total 45557 27 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paidin m cashi500000 S Funds 30000 U divicedProfitsH 71615 Fund to pay Taxes D posit subject to check onj which interest is not paid 2024109 D onjvhich 300000 D its on which interest is paid Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paidl 335000 Sa ing Deposits on which inI erest is Ce titled Checks Dde National Banks 14103 Due State Banks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Ca hiers Checks outstanding Noites and Bills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends Ta es due and unpaidmr BU s Payable 150000- A ount of unclaimed deposits 01 handISOt er Liabilities not included u der any of above heads Total 4555727 Sta e of Kentucky tSct County Of Washington 11 Everett Keeling Cashier 01 tne aboVe nahied Bank do solemnly swear above statement is true to the bes of riiy knowledge and belief EVERETT KEELING Cashier- S bscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of July 1909 M r Commission expires at end 6f the end t next session of Senate W W HYATT Notary Public T H Noel T J Miller J M4 Trent Directors f V STALLARD D IWSPRINGFIELD KY DI TEETH Pain or Danger Alt WorkDone in this office is first in re ct and just as advertised GUARANTEE- DtOver McElroy Shaders Grocery OOOOOOOOOO OO Q f Personal Noteso 0- Q Visitors In and Out of TownA o Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News 0- ooOoOOoooooeoo Mrs Jodie Spalding has returned from a visit friends in Glasgow Mr Theio Campbell attended the fair at Stanfordlast week Mrs Mary Phillips of Lebanon and Miss Mary Sweeney of Louisville were gueSts iof Mrs D R Litsey last Thursday MI Misses Sue Duncan and Jennie Leachman will return home Saturday after a moths visit to Mrs Oscar Sweeney of Winfield Kansas Mabel Miss Vviliiams has returned from a visit to her grandmother Mrs Connor of Fredencktbwn Mr iandjMrs ET Wigginton of Fairfield areiyisiting relatives here Hon Clejm S Hill of Lebanon was in town Monday Mr and Mrs Nick Ray who have been visiting friends in Lebanon have returned hom Mr Joe ot Mac viJIell was in town Monday Mr and Mrs iC H Mclntire and children returned Home last week after a visit to friends and relatives in- Meadecohnty Mrs Frd Manget of Louisville is the guest of heV parents Mr arid Mrs John W Lewis Mr H D Stiles of Danville at tended county court Monday Mr J M Miller of Bardstown visited at th0 home of MrJ S Clay brooke the first of the week Mr Wathen Simms left last week to accept a position with the L N Railroad in Louisville Mr W E Greene left last week for WindsorjMo where he will enter the barber business Mr and Mrs J F Jettus and daughter Elizabeth and sons Joseph and John lispent Sunday with Miss Hattie Mitchejl of Crescent Hill Wilt Waters Lawrence OBryan Allen Waters Warren McClellan Frank McCabe and Rpbt McClellan spent Sun day at Tatham Springs Mrs HI A Grinstead and littlJ son Sam returned home Sunday af ter spending two months with friends anti relatives in Denver Col LMisses Mary E and Louise Haydon are visiting friends and relatives in Bardstown rMr Geol Manpof 0Bardstown spent Sunday with friend shere Messrs John F Simms and Leo Haydon spent Sunday at Tatham Springs f Miss Maxie Duke Oldham of Bloomfield is the guest of Miss Mabel Price Miss Marie Barber is Tatham Springs MrI H B McElroy has returned from a several days stay at Tatham Springs Miss Mamie Daugherty of Bards town is visiting at the home of Dr W WRay Messrs H M Grundy and Jno I McElroy soentj Sunday in Louisville Mr S Jj Anderson spent Sunday with friends in Louisville Mrs Sallie Burtle of Bardsjown who has been visiting Mr and Mrs J R Barber left for Lebanon where she will visit relativesI Messrs Shaker Robertson and Loins Kelly hare been spending a few days at Tatham Springs Mr Jim McKee of Shelbyville visited here last week t Little Miss Elizabeth Hill of Leb anon is visiting her uncle Mr W E Leachman Miss Mar Catherine Lemon of Louisville has been visiting her aunt Mrs J W Lewis Mrs W A Colvm and Miss Isa Colvin ot Fairfield are visiting Mrs Colvins daughter Mrs Dudley Tapp Mr GeoB gem nn has been spend ing a few days jat Tatham Springs Mrs G D Robertson Jr who has been spending the past two months with her parts Mr and Mrs James Spalding of Kansas City Mo has re turned home v II French i Market Coffee 25c Per Pound We are sole agents for thiselebrated Coffee and cordially invite our customers to give it a trial r 1 Katie HertleinBro Iw Mr W K Robertsonand children Booker and Margaret are at T tharn Springs Mi and Mrs J C Shader haye re turnnd from Tatham Springs Miss Lula Timmons returned to a1visitCollege ot Lexington was here last week in the interest of his school Prof A SJ Mackenzie returned to his home in Lexington Friday after haying conducted the teachers insti tute here last week IMr Will Buckner of Lebanon w In town Monday Mr Will Cambron of New Hope vas Here MondaytMiss Kinkead of Elizabethtown is the guest of her sister Mrs Sue Knott Messrs C W Hagan and Allen Spalding of Lebanon visited at the homeof Mrs Theresa Hagan Sunday Mrs W A Waters and son Thorn ton have returned from Tatham Springs Mrs Chas Weisenberger arid children of Louisville ire visiting Miss Flora Mudd Miss Gertrude Shader arid nieces Emma and Elizabeth Spalding spent Sunday in Louisville Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes and Miss May Mayes are visiting in Lexington this week Mr H C Mullins Secretary of the Perryville Fair was in town Monday Mr J C Shadier Jr will enter tam a number of his friends tomorrow evening Mr and Mrs W TJ Leachman and Miss Pearl Edelen were in Louisville Sunday to see their mother Mrs Polm Edelen who is seriously ill Mr Downing Robertson returned home last week after spending several months with relatiyes in Cincinnati Airs A R Shulte and Mr Harry Shultz spent Sunday and Monday at Tatham Springs Rev and Mrs R E C Lawson are at Houstonville this week where Rev Lawson is conducting a series of seV vices There will be no services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday Little Miss Elizaneth McElroy en tertained her young friends last Thursday from 5 to 7 p4 m A large number we e present and an enjoyable time was spent Mr and Mrs Dudley Tapp will leave Thursday for St Louis where they will spend several days They will be accompanied home by their daugh ter little Miss Margery Tapp who has been visiting relatives there for several monthsI It has no Equal It is put up in one pound packages ground and ready for use Misses Julia Cooper Alma and Cor delia Spalding of Lebanon spent Mon day with Miss Margaret Hagan Warren McClellan and Lawrence OBryan entertained the membersofl their set quite pleasantly last Friday evening with a lawn party at the home Of Will Waters About 35 couples were present and all enjoyed the evening Mr Sr G Mayes of Seymour Indr is visiting old friends and relatives 3t Mackville Mr Mayes formerly lived in this county and says while he is satisfied withIndiana there is no placer like Washington County v WjWeIand Kathenne Miss Louise Shader Mrs H M ONan anc etomorrQWTatham Springs Messrs Cljas Noe Geo Mullicanr W P Kelly Will Russell Neal Bobr lilt Arthur and Ralph McGill Frank ssMrier Geo Robertson were among those who attended the ball game m Louisville Sunday Judge F E Daugherty ipf Barfls town passed 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Co J It was a steady downpour of rain such as taxed the resources even of our merry house party that sent me to seek amusement In the portrait gallery at Redfern hall From the time of my arrival a week before had loved to stroll there daily specu Jating over the probable history of those knights in armor and beruffled dkmes of the past My special favor its however was the portrait of a lovely young girl kneeling before her prie dieu telling her rosary She was not strictly beautiful but her face preszIonin the eyes that she seemed to lack only the halo to become a saint It was before this picture that I whenthehher way to her quarters I took the opportunity of gratifying ray curldsity J That picture Oh that is Saint Elizabeth she announced in reply to my inquiry Poor thing brush ing her apron across her eyes its a sad storythe tragedy of the house you know I did not know but was so anxious to learn that Mrs Fairbanks was finally prevailed upon to return with her sew Ing and relate the History fmy favor ite portrait And a long story it is she preluded as w6 settled ipa cozy alcove where we urselvesI tree from Interruptions yet within sight of Saint Elizabeth at her devotions A long story though her life was short enough poor dear Theres Very few people as knows of it but me My mother was housekeeper at the time and she told me all the facts of the case After a brief silence during which Mrs Fairbanks dropped her work and gazed pensively at the Madonna like face as If questioning whether she should divulge its hallowed his tory she continued It was in Master Ruperts time IJe was a queer piece I should judge tram what ptothersaida sort of mixture His mother was a Spaniard and he got his quick temper from that side of the house but he was cold and selfcontained oh the surface like All the Redferns so you see when 1 he did give way to his anger it was something fearful Mother said that at such tlmeV everybody got out of the way who could possibly do sd Still he was flattered and made much of for he was rich and titled and the jrqung ladles they smiled on him and their mammas entertained him but it WIts all of na use He cared nothing for any of them He just buried himself in the library with his books or Up in the studio with his pictures for he was a fine artist and could have made a fortune with his brush if he had a minded to winch only goes to prove that the Bible tells the truth when it says To him that hath shall be glvenMr Fairbanks paused to take breath after this bit of Scrip tural philosophy So you see after awhile the gentry tolks they sort of gave him up They thereiIievertiut bless me they made a mistake One summer Master Rupert flew off on a sketching trlph was always doing that way starting oft without a moments notice and expecting his things to be all packed up and ready Well he met her by accident In some outoftheway place in the mountains and it was all up with him He made spotIEvechoice To be sure she had a lovely lace but then she was only a slim bit of a girl with shy shrinking ways not at all the grand lady youd think hed have picked out for the mistress of this great house Ai for the girl poor little thing living there In the wilds she had noth ing to say in the matter except her 4yell at the altar It was all fixed up between Sir Rupert and her moth er she simply obeyed her mother now as sill had done every hour of her life It probably never occurred to her that she could ido anything else uAh but it was a gala day they say when the master brought his wife home The bells were rung bonfires were built and flowergirls strewed blossoms in their path She seemed awed by all the splendor and a little frightened at being the center otso much attention She shrank closer to her husband and glanced up at him timidly but instead of cheering her bya sweet word of encouragement he just spoke stern like to her as if to remind her of her duty Oh yes he was fond of her you could see that by the way his eyes followed her from place to place but like all the Redferns he didnt believe in show lag it Well there were gay goingson for a time The house was full of guests and my lady was made much of and some of tier timidity was beginning to wear aw ybut now It was the masters turn to grow uneasy It al most seemed as if he was jealous of eyed look and smile site gave an other You see he knew he hadnt f touched her heart and he feared to hive it awakened All at once he stopped inviting friends to the hall h4 shut her up uke a bird in a gilded cage and gloated over her all to himself in his cruel selfish way He and4l1picturesthat iff one of them that you admire so much Then he took up his books again sad she must always be near by curled up like a mousy in one of the Iounging chair s ready Qd9 his bid ding She yielded to him as she had yielded to her mother without a word ofl complaint Only once she repelled that was when he scoffed at her devotion to her religion Then she turned or him with a look in her eyes that told him he had gone too far Per hsps he came to the conclusion that religion was not the worst rival a mm could have that on the contrary it was more than likely to keep a woman out of mischief Anyway it was plain enough to see iny mother said that the poor starved little creature must have some outlet for her pentup affection so she poured out her soul in devotion at the sacred shrine of the Virgin Mary Perhaps sh3 found there the mother love she hakJnever known Well the master let her practice her whim undisturbed so long as it did not interfere with his pleasure Tie unused chapel was opened and she spent hours at her ayes and pa ers and many a day in penitential fasting A priest came over from the adjoining diocese to hear her confes sion though what misdemeanors such a saint from heaven could have to lay bae theLord alone knew That was ho v she happened to get the name of Sant Elizabeth Things went on in this same dull prosy way for a time With the com ing of the cold winter season Father Chipelle who was getting along In years found the journey toomuch to undertake with all hs parish duties ami sent ontof the priests in his plaice Mother said that young priest was a picture with a voice to melt th heart of the most hardened sinner He came Into that gloomy house like a bu st of sunshine and not one of them all but felt better for his corn ing As for Lady Elizabeth she got so she leaned on him for comfort and advice at all times he was her tower of defense in all her doubts and perplexities It was some light gossip in the viI age that first started the rumor flying How any one could have con no fed a thought of evil with such as therGod alone knows but there are some bodies as will soil their lipwith any idle tale and ill news travels fast The only fear was that Ilt might get to the masters ears and he that unreasonable He had taken no notice of the change or if he did one priest was the same as another to him but no one could help seeing the Improvement In my lady She had losu that listless look and her whole manner was brighter and more hopeful She tried now In her timid childish way to minister to hiss happiness using a thousand little fem mine devices to arouse his attention She did not make much progress for one let a man get settled In a groove of selfishness and it is hard to root hlinoutof it but he used to watch hetin a puzzled way as if trying to find an explanation for the change One day the crash came Late in the afternoon the master dashed into the courtyard ata furious pace his horses sides flecked with foam He threw the reIns to the groom who came summons hurriedly out to answer the Send Hawkins to me was his order as he strode into the house Hare Ins lost no tlm eln following may be sure He found his master pacing up and down the room with that feverish glare In his that boded no good to the object of his wrath Where Is your mistress Send her to me lie thundered She Is In the chapel my lord He orders were that she was not to be disturbed Father DOminic comes directly would not do miss for me to re Itthe masters reply interpolated Fairbanks with a pious droop of hen eyelids JU any rate it was something terrible and Hawkins shook In his shoes while It went on but in the midst of it the master stopped short as if struck with a sud den thought Ah I have it just the thltg he shouted and he rushed out Int the hall toward the chapel Haw kin following for he feared for his mss ress safety What was his hor ror to see his master walk into the sacristy take down Father Dominics rob and proceed to fling it on over his shoulders drawing the cowl care fUllyover his face Hawkins stood He knew nowtwhat Master Rupert was about to do before he sahim glide softly into the con fessional where mp lady knelt wait lug to open her innermost thoughts to his jealous scrutiny But what a terrible position for Hawkins Mrs Fairbank What did he do Terrible doesnt begin to express it My mother used to say that Haw klis was never the same man from thst day You see he was In a tight pie he dared not reveal himself to master in his present state of ex inentn Or could he betray the scan hit to any other member of the house All he could do was tp pace up down the anterroom wondering what was going on in that secret plae behind the drawn curtains Sud der ly he heard the door open softly anc looking up he saw Father Dominic himself walk into the sacristy astonishment at the empty glarln hook sad then walk swiftly toward the confessional t I was a minute before Hawkins coul pull himself together He had not ace thought of this probable outcome of the tragedy With terror of the joining revelation he sprang forward to Intercept him but he was too late Father Dominic lifted tke curtain and my lady stari led by thelnterrup face She sprang to her dazedly from one quiet lajIngup qthe She drew her fore lead In a bewildered suddenly darted forward and tore the cowl from the others face When she haw what it revealed she gave a shrU k of horror and sank down at his feet ovetcostone dead She never brea esI again It was her heart the Jiadn1tshegran te Cm please go on Mrs Fairbanks Wha happened next The housekeeper shook her head mou nfully t T ere isnt much more to till Haw Ins said as how he held his break as the two men faced eajch othe boUT so white and stern His mast jrs eyes had lost their wild glare they had a look of agony as they met thos of the priest and his hands had been clenched so fiercely that they had eft the marks of the nails in his palm He caught the priest fiercely byte arm Is It true he whispered hoar ely what she confessed here at my feet that she was trying to make me Fare for herI that worshiped her and morning she prayed for thisit was the hope of her life The priest bowed his head solemnly Too true dear saint Sometimes she as almost disheartened by your cold i essJ toward her but she neVer quite despaired The master fell back as If he had been struck a blow My Godand I had to sit silent for too of revealing myself and now itks late Strike me priest where I sand a blasphemous hound Do sacredInot pave spared you from my hand I came here to kill you and now I have slain her the innocent lamb A life or a life your Bible saysand befoi e the prIest could prevent him he drenv a pistol from his pr ket and shot him elf through the heart In the silence that followed the som er close of the housekeepers stor I turned once more to the portrait of Saint Elizabeth wondering whether she had at last found corn pens Uion for her short lifes tragedy A pale sunbeam that broke through the clouds just then touched the bow d girlish head as with the halo omit ed by the painter that was my ques ions only answer GIVE HIM THE HAT Summer Lying Opens with a Bang Out in Kansas Ka sas opens the season for hunt ing End fishing stories with a crash that makes ptherpeople sit up and iB1M9ldeen p o kan Republican for 40 years makes a lot gdistance and successful leap for t1e center of the stage by his story in reply to one by Owen Wis tar Comrade Murdock turns to his war iliary and finds that in October 1862 his company was at Fort Halleck near Medicine Bow river A mile or so northeast of the fort was a lake whichwas nightly covered with wild fowls 1Every night there would be an a re orso of them bunched to geth r in the middle of the lake Mur dock and some of his comrades put in th sir time for days preparing for a hunU g excursion They had a mountain howitzer that held an even bushl They swiped four boxes of ammunition from the quartermaster and taok from each cartridge the lead Slug and six buckshot it contained They put thee powder into a flour sack and estimated that they had 700 Mss sissl pi yager slugs and 4200 buck Shot They pulled the howitzer out to tba lake land planted it so stosweep the center thee muzzle being on a ever with tte water hurried surve showed them that there were about 17000 ducks feeding in the moon ight sweetly enjoying them selve and dreaming ofno danger Whe the lanyard was pulled the foun datloi s of Medicine Bow mountain tram led The boat was manned to gathe up thee booty while two of the boys rushed back to the fort for a sixmule team to haul in the game As a good soldier Comrade Murdock had t j makda careful count of the matte turned into the commissary and lipgives this as the result i Reese 147DrantfMdllarls Canva backs lti Blue lillB 41 Pin tisifs Teels Unknown jeese Unknown duels Sandh cranes Flyur thecre ks is ire d total 154tj An it should be recalled that the shot roughti a sea of speckled trout tothj surface of the water whirl were gathered up and taken to the fort The Ben Holaday stage line as far est as Virginia Dale and as far west as the North Platte river was bount fully supplied with ducks geese and i lountain trout the next day to the telight of the overland travel AS tie Eagle man knows nothing about war we will inform him that when the geese andI ducks had all been tcked each soldier in the Kansas c ivalry 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Follows her boy all the way Few of the golden opportunities we jear about would stand the acid test The man who gives his own busfnes proper attention has no time to tick ihis nose in other peplesEx- if Eve had worn a directoire ppwn A wig and roU ot rats m her hair And a 1909 washtub hat on her head Uncle Adam would have died of de Spain Shelbyville SentinI- Beauty has no wondrous palace close She stops the longest in1 the fragile rose Hope has ho place to rest in realms afar But makes a pillow of the nearest star iovevhas no fine mansion and no goal Its only country is the human soul 4 The Design r A pretty church wedding took lace1 this meaning at St Marys church at iiine oclock when Miss Laura Win And Mr Louis Champagne were mar ried =New Haven Connecticut Reg isterIThor Laura and Louis are temperate From a prophesy wemust no re offrain Fhey may never have Wine in their j household But thereU be a little Champagne Shelbyville Sentinel The solution of theproblem of getting men to go to church is to have more women preachers who attract them A preacher should be not so touch a propagandist as a persuader of mankind to a life of purity and right eousness and women are the better per suaders Rev Gertrude Lee Evers Denver Colorado ttMr HughLee Smith is married now Hes the editor of the Springfield Sun And in selecting his partner for life tHis work waslndeed well done i Shelbyville Sentinel Recently we stood upon the highest mountain in the chain of the Rock es Whata stupendous sight this giant is as he lifts his hoary head alwyscrv ered with snow above clouds and far above all surrounding S mountains From beneath he seems to be battling with the clouds They as sail him and try to overwhelm h m Hut on a perfectly clear day what a rrand sight this twering mountain is Id from his gray peak the viewis beautiful incom lrkinro cen rock ignadbeenProc yesstotfamffjaAi e ttos jen e ies irsoul How GoUW ftUrespea o ov near The JfifBHo the works oImen ap 75 miles fconzen extends fur 150 to 1lu-tn 4tgriL big cities are s u 11 i Ifitourevetywher8 in nature In even but from nowhere as loudly as from th lt jQmind is dazed ai j i mountain tops the tilted stratt3r rockform- itions are observet1 ir crumble into frats Thr masses broken mountain top is eloquent divln Woesit stimulates thrught irachr ies humility it compels adoration I netis swelled up with selfcontempla tion he sh uld visit the high mountains lrpm the Christian Observer There a tariff on pork chops a taril on bread both live ones anhearings 4LA tariff on dead A tariff on cotton fee page 83r But let in the sunshine Salvation still free Washington Herald Ah Elizabethtown girl who receive a great many kisses by mail wonder why he does not come and look ove his terminal facilities in p rson Eliza b thtQwn News It is not What Is Whisky that f worrying our friends in Sunny Te nessee Dut Where Is Whiskyr Hopkinsville New Era From press reports it would seup that the answer is Everywhere Frankfort News lThe new State law providing th applicants for marriage licenses mUs undergo medical examination except haj3goneegram j When IOv is kind no storm can harm No slap of fortune hurt us more As sheltered warm with love within Upon all care we close the door St Louis GlobeDemocrat Men can he found who are willing tc jgo to Africa as Missionaries who ar unwilling to nurse a cross baby 3d min utes Lebanon Enterprise VALLEY HILL As we were absent frpm home thu week finds us with little news How ever a short letter is better than none tail so here goes Wheat stacking is all finished in this Section The wheat is generally very mferior f Miss Pearl Goatlev recently purchased a nice young driving mare from Ernest Goatley at a private price Most all the lambs have been sold in this section and a good price realized for the late ones j Mr Geo Comstock and family visited relatives in Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs E E Dorsey visited relatives near Booker Wednesday and Thursday W T Beam Harry Grigsby Joe Shelby and Jas Moran were in Louis ville Sunday Mr Logan Walker our efficient R F D carrier is on hisiagain after a weeks absence and we are certainly glad V SMr arid Mrs Tom eedo Booker visited Mr and Mrs M Reed of this place Sunday t Mr Sam Kidw ll ofj near Booker is suffering from a very severe attack of typhoid fever Mrs Amanda Goatley Springfield visited relatives at thisiplace lastweek Mrs Elijah Simpson is quite ill of typhoid fever Dr Hpppier of Litsey is a her PLEASANTJRovE Mr and Mrs Clarence Adams have returned to Grundy Home after a visit to relatives Misses Mabel and Nannie Thompson and Sue R ed and Mr K P Thompson will leave Tuesday t fishingIparty on Kentucky rive Messrs Ed Litsey Pete Shehan Jack Reed arid Fred Vanarsdale spent Sunday at Tatham Springs Mr Andrew G YaneYleft Monday for Louisville where hej has accepted a position with the L N Railroad Company Mrs Emmett Wiggintbn of Bloom field is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J R Diirrett The Pleasant Grove Sunday School will have their annual picnic Wednes day at the Beach Bridge opposite Mr Bruce Keenes Everybody invited Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used tJ make it Kentucky Star Flour Best made CJOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCOGOOGCCOOO YO Printing It should bsrepresentative of your business which 1IcaI15 the high grade artistic kind ThatthfkiDd we da AW BXCELLEN1 ASSORTMENT OF TVPE GOOD y RESSES AND TYPOGRAPHICAL A TISTS These represent our faclfiv 5es for doing the kind of printing that wyll please you the prices are right and prompx delivery he invariable rule at this office UBDBKMr jARWENS M Jr8rcfrzLRHo IT IS gratifying in the evening twilight to scratch in the suburban garden In a prayerful attitude you kneel upOn the ttjolst earth and make drills for your radishes and onions She stands by and clucks holding these ds while you scratch And just as the rosy sun is setting in the west and the hori zon is aflame and aflush with frl descent colorings you drop the seed into the seams cover it gently with rich black loam and try to a ssiime 0 u naturalperpendlc ular pose Oh Ow How that kink in your back does hurt And just as the Li bullfrog in the swamp sounds his first bassoon and the black skaters on the lake begin to fade from sight in the approaching dusk the bullpup rushes madly down the terrace after a black cat which he overtakes in the very vitjals of your radish bed When the powwow has subsided you mend the havoc and slap the bed gently with a wet board Then you go into the house and calculate how many adishes can be raised fiiom five cents worth pf seedsI Next morning you gejt up early and go down to the garden No the rad ishes are not up yetIUke tells you it takes roh several davs you go away satisfied The book says you must water the young speeds copiously and you do After two weeks of waiting you dig into the bed like a small boy investi gating the mechanism of his nOw watch and find the seeds have all rotted rom too much water and cold earth Then you try it again and while you dont expect to have the first radishes in town you expect to have radishes When the plants do arrive there are a dozen in a bunch The book tells you to transplant My but that is backbreaking work Mike offers to do It but what good is a garden it you cant work it your self And then comes a regular Cardinal Wolsey frost and nips the shoots Why you shouldnt have planted radishes for two weeks yet admon shes a neighbor That makes you mad and you quit gardening Mike grins orders more eeds and makes the finest plot in own While you sit up in your room nd write things he transplants and lultivates and grins Pshaw whats the use of raising adlshes anyhow Why last veek ou wrote a story and sold it for nough to buy all the Radishes in own Mike says the moral is that every nan should stick to his trade You say any fool ought to know how to aise a suburban garden Mike makes no reply This is dan erous ground for him Rag Time The bock beer season has arrived Layons who find their lamp posts t visted will know the reason why tf fr A country merchant advertises tid gloves 50 cents They wont last ng at this price Of course not ininin- A Chicago man who can talk tour t en languages is holding in a p oof room for 12 a week Again let u pause to remark that silence is g Idea tt et ft A correspondent wants to know w mt caused the original monkey and p rrot time dont know but a mar riage license has caused a lot of them since then IIQueKansas paper says A young m n being hard up pawned his dress su t When his finances were In bet tei shape he redeemed the suit One da his mother was looking over the suit and found a ticket on the coat tli pawnbrokers ticket My son sh said what Is that Then the yo ug marl explained that he had at tended a dance and thdSroom being veiy warm the men took off their cot ts The ticket was placed on the coat In the cloak room to identify it he said Then the mother found a sir liar tag on the pantaloons My son she said gravely What sort of a dance was that1 Wretch Just because I am running for mayor out where I live some editorial mis ere nt left the following UppIng on my desk T jn unfailing way to tell a good mans y his having declined to uh for- ma br J any a girl dyes for the man she lov s iff BYRON WILLIAMS 7 + J t k TAeABCamjXYZof ADVERTISING A ERIES OF TEN TALKS ON ADVE ATSINONwrltteM by Seymour Eton of P O 1Dont let newspaper circulation folyou The newspaper which has the least power to sell goods usually makes the loudest shout about circulation r Dont skip around from one newspaper to another- Success in advertising comes from hammering away at the same crowd i IPick out the newspaper which hjas the kind of e you want for customers and then stick When you get things going keep your head A lineup of canvassers from competitive newspapers will call on you immediately and show you by a process of arith metic or it may be of geography that they can give you twice the circulation at half the price that whoever advised you didnt know what he was talking about that if the paper your advertisement is in actually pays you their newspapers will certainly make you a millionaire t They are all nice fellows and put up good lunches and you like to meet them Each will tell you that your advertisement is the prettiest thing he ever saw and that your store is aperfect gem But dont You cant afford it iat least not unless you have sufficient = advertising appropriation to keep copy in all the newspapers continuously An eightinch advertisement in one newspaper will bring much bigger results than twoinch adver tis ment in four newspapers If you advertise your store to a hundred and fifty thousand people you can safely bank on the fact youPeopleThe fact that your advertisement appears con tinuously in a reputable newspaper stimulates public confidence Your shop advances step by step in the estimation of tens of thousands of people who may be months getting around to make their first purchase B- ir You can talk to a 1iundredand fifty thousand people any day of the week through a metropolitan newspaper and make your talk as personal as you wish You need not employ an interpreter or use a megaphone Simply talk Thats all Be sincere about it Let your words ring true The people will listen They like it Spend thousands a year on rent and electric light and experienced salesmen and then squeeze out a niggardly hundfed or two 6n advertisingon telling the people that you have the store and the goods and the salesmen all hanging around waiting A retail shop that spends 5000 a year on rent ought at the very lowest estimate spend 10000 a year on adver tising Your advertising is not a thing apart from your enterprise It is your enterprise a contagion which you yourself create and which if thoroughly spread is as enduring as the everlasting hills 4COIYrIght itO by Tribune Compiny Chlcagp Kentucky Fair Dates iThe following are the datest fixedr holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 as faras reported Lancaster July 283 day Madisonville August 35 days Winchester August 34 days Danville August 44 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville August ll4 days t Uniontown August 105 diys- Harrodsburg August 12 rf days Leitchfield August 174 days LawrencebUrg August 174 days Barboursville August 188 days Brodhead August 18 3 Jays Shepberdsville August 183 days Ewing August 193 days Shelbyville August 245 days Springfield August 25r4 daysI London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 314 days Hardmsburg August 313 days Tompkinsville September 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days Bardstown September 14 daY2 Hodgenville September 73 days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days Kentucky State Eair Louisville September J86 days daysBedford r Protect Your Families Ith Life Insurance We can furnish you with Insurance tthat selfsupporting in C1 se of total disabilityandoui 20 year contracts are guaranteed to payout in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydon or Lee VanArsdalc representing the Southern National Life Insurance Co E T ent Let Us Be Your Waiter Wen ver tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing We can tickle the mOst exacting typographic appetite People who have partaken of our excellent service comeback for a second serving Our prices are them st reasonable too and you can always de pend od us giving your qrders the most prompt and careful attention Call at this office and look over our samples L 0NE e t fyou want either a VlbmtlngBhl1tUe Rotary Shuttle ora Thread rChain Sewing Machine write to THE NEW JOrangeMany sewinc machines are made to sell regardless of Quality bat the New Homeis made to Weill Our guaranty never runs out eldbjri Htberlzecl dealers ealyw EdM Russell SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Wearnestly request the patrons of this column to us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons who are subscribers to The Sun stay insert free of charge advertisements of wheat cont oats and other wantedLandsorted in another of the at very low fates for cash POSITIVELY notli Injc but the above mentioned will bo run free- 0 L Grundy prin fieldlhasfor sale cne Ohio improved Chesterwhite male hog and tel young Suthdown ewes Gibbs Thomas have for sale eigh teen nice purebred Southdown Buck Lambs C W Homan Springfield Ely wants to buy a ton of good clean1 timo thy hay Kite Clements Rt 2 has forsale 1000 bushels ot corn W D Claybrooke Springfield has for sale 700 feet of tobacco beds Will sell cheap CL 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 hasfor sale 2yearold colt Lloyd Havdon Jr Rt 4 has for sale Pekm Duck eggs 50c for setting of 15 R A Thompson Bredencktown baa for sales400 bushels of corn S B Nally Rt 2 has for sale a fins Jack registered ready for use I will sell worth the moqe- vMraJM Elder Rt 3 Lebanon Ky has for sale B P Rock eggs 50e for 15 J oK Cheatham Springfield has for sale a pair of nice mare mules well broke Also a pair of nice young jack H S Li sey Rt4 has for sale a lot of Maple trees Mrs B L Litsey has for sale SCH Leghorn eggs S C Buff Orping ton eggs from pen 1100 for 15 LLeo Nally Rt 2 has for Sale Pitt eggs Setting of 16 for 5Uc or 3 for 125 f Mrs C Christie Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale pure bred single comb brown Leghorn eggs 15 for 50c Mrs J L Martin Rt 1 has for eggsFromof 15 From yard 50c for 15 ggs A C Kimfcall Springfield has for sale White eggs 100 for 15 W P Merrilt Springfield has for sile Boone County White seed corn This corn grew 75 bushels to the acre last year Price 2 per bushel in ears rm4i lthgttnnH v SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING IrnqHGRADE by buYreliable t1liIIhigh grade ing nuduoc STRONGEST GUARANTEE National SewtoeMtchlae Qpf BELVIDERB ILUNOIS U ff