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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 y j A L P iJ j t i J 1 1 T fjl fes PJf t c DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY + qi- Ie tJ H VOLUME Y SPRINGFIELD KYP WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4 1909i r NIMGER35 r TQE4CO0 NOTES Warehouse Company Sells Land f Iofing t The Washington County Toba co Warehouse Co last week sold to Mess s R C Bobjitt Chas Camden and J F Bishop three quarters of an acre o land off their lot just West of Spring field for 1250 The price realized o this tract indicates how valuable t feCompany whtntheonly 2000 for the entire tract 6f twelve acres They have erected there on two large buildings and now have in the course of construction a large build ing to be used as ajoose leaf market By the time this is completed it is thought that the L N Ry Co wit haye added to the side track running by the buildings thereby adding to the convenience ot the tobacco buyers tMessrsBoblitt Camden Bisho will probably erecta building tor the handling pf topacco as all three of the gentlemen are experienced tobacco men Washington countys fame as a to4 tacco producing county and Spring fields asa market are rapidly spread ing Aside from those who have al ready leased or own or will erect build ings for the handling of tobacco others are now in communication with parties here with lakview to coming into the local market and will come if they can get warehouse room There will be many buyers here durJ ang the coming fall and w nteranda prosperous time for the grower is an rtlClpaBase BaL On Monday afternoon the kid team of this place played an exciting game ot baseball with the Lebanon boys the score being 11 to 10 inavor of the latter As the score indicates there was quite a good deal ot slugging and besi this most of the players are reported have indulged in booting the ball Geo Medley and Dick Nally composed the e Springfield battery rHarry Shultz and Bich Spalding yes terday assisted Lebanon in defeating Perryyille by a score of 12 to 0 karry did the pitching and was invincible MACKVILLE Thj6 crops seem to be doing fine sin the recent rains cMiss Bessie Vandiver of Harrods burg was the guest of Mrs Katie M Walker during the protracted meets at the Christian church Mr George Wycdff and wife of Gar lisle are visiting at the home ofhis parents Mr and Mrs J H Wycoff this week Mr Eo C Hume left Monday to attend to business in Seattle Washing ton The baptizing which took place Sun day afternoon at Mr Sam Shewmakersr was largely Attended Mrs Alta Peter was called to the bedside of her mother Saturday Mrs Boner passed away Monday Miss Lula Gibbs is the guest of sister Mrs Roberts rf this place MrV John M Wycoff has return home torn business in Lebanon Miss budge Graves of Louisville has returned home after a few weeks visit with relatives hereIMr and Mrs in Harrodsburg Sunday Use Kentucky Star Flour1 to bake Biscuitslight Itstv An Enterprising Institution Elsewhere IIi this issue of The Sun will be found the advertisement of The Farmers Bank of Mackville one of the strongest of the young financial lasts tutions in thjs section The Hank is capitalized at 5O00andatttiepresentI ent time has a undivided profits of 3000This is indeed very creditable for a bank of its age Its officers and board of directors are among the best business men in Wash ington county while the cashier Mr hadfyears The bank is thriving and deserves meetingsGreene4iibonsd interestdto the people of Springfield was solem nized last Wednesday evening at the Sacred Heart church in Louisville Rev Father Walsh performing the cere nony The contracting parties were Mr Geo Greene Jr and Miss Mar garet Gibbons both of Louisville Mr Greene is the oiQf Mr and Mrs Geo Greene both of whom are Springfield people and is a knowpn grocer SHEEP INDUSTRY Dr McCormack Inspects Stock Yards in Hope of Avoiding Proposed Quarantine Tuesdays Times Dr J N McCor mack is inspecting the stock yards of Louisville today in the hope of finding some remedy for the proposed quaran tine ot Kentucky sheep by the Depart eat of Agriculture This inspectioh vsrili not be official but Dr McCormack hopes to be able to learn In possible morJert the next meeting of the State Board of Health which Will be held within the next two weeksmAccording to Dr McCormack the pro pator y if put into effect Such quarantines I pIes to prove scare sc will be able to be assuaged at the meeting 01the Board teachers Meeting The Teachers of Washington county will have a meeting at Rock Bridge Aiig lt100 p m The following edceImportance of training W JSweeney Ed ratioPalvalueMiss Emma Hiatt NoraBakay r teachingngTeachers preparation LEdd Scott How to secure attendance AWC Hungate Mer tal and Spiritual Development Miss Maggie Hia Pas Present and Future Kentucky Wmfield Colvin The New School Bush Relation of LllWtW s Does Colvin W J Sweeney president W C Hungate Secretary Educational Division No 3 herIntense Colicky Pains Rel eyed r some years I suffer d from in dtense colicky pains which would coon at times and from which I could no re iefsays I S Mason of Beaver Dam Ky Chamberlains Calic Chol recomIwas entirely relieved That was our yea ago and there has been no return ot thetil sympt ms since that time This rem DrugCo LAND 0SALES Several Pieces of Land Valuable han e Hands Realized On Monday County Court day in Spencer county the tobacco warehouse at Taylorsville belonging to the M L Sear y estate was sold at public auc tiprr by decree of court The property was old in the oure of administration of thestateMr Thos Cook was toe pure aser and the price paid was 1479 Mast r Leachmaniwent over s t 1 Mrs Nannie J Leachman has sold her farm on the Little Beech to Mr Kara augl Pinkstph The farm is an excel nt piece of land and is known as theo d Nelson Reed place The place coasts s of about one hundred and forty acres and was sold for 50 per acre purchasedn FredtCombs their farm near Booker and just above Doe Run The farm consists of 128 iacres for which he paid 5400 The laid is a portion of the old Sharp place r Offutt also bought the home farm of Mr Arthur Eddleman This place pntains 70 acres and the consideration was 3250 t liar odsburg Laundry Burris Kentucky llepublican F ire Which originated inihe ironing room on thee second floor of the Model Steam Laundry about midnight Friday night almost completely destroyed the plant anp greatly damaged the building The building is a brick structure and the greatest damage to this was to the floors ceiling and roof and windors and doors The flames had gamed a great headway when the fire department arrived making it next to impossible to save any of the contents The fact that ost of che fixtures are heavy machin ery made it a hazardous task to remove any of iand about all that could be done wa4 to see it destroyed by the mad flames It is not known how the fire origina ted but tne most acceptable theory is that it smarted from coals of fire left in some of tjhe apparatus as some of the hands employed ther worked for sometime after supper Mr George Miller proprieto of the plant was out in the country all day Friday harvesting hay and not having been at the laundry during the day was unable to give a definite th ory HS to the probabl j cause of the fire s TwentyThree Additions i etA grand revival held at theLhristian church at Mackvehas just been brought to an end During the services twentythree additions were made to fervidtpreaching of Rev Horace Kingsbury During the meeting every service was attended by large crowds who profited by the gospel as expounded by this earnest servant of the Master On last Sunday the j converts were baptized on the place of plr Sam Shewmaker J 1AIRVIIW- Miss v Artie allenrtetaineda few of her friends Saturday night meHltner Lin on Ora Carney and Mat tie Hawkins ere guests of Ella Ros Truax Sunda Willie Smo hers of Illinois is visit his parents at Pohn urraSunday wit i relatives in Danville The Springfield Sun JLOO per year The Sun Courier Journat 150 01 0000000 I atrurifleInAnd my heart Is athirst for the wood MWhere I I I assesForF cloverFoivalleysWhereb burstingWithAnd the thrushes are trilling theft love songs While the kingfisher shrieks with glee billowsWhile bushesAndFrom a monarch dethroned by the lightning Hear the redhead vent hi cry TWO FIRES Two Well Know Citizens Suffer Loses by FinePartial Insurance During the thund whichastruck Springfield ay ning struck thdSarn of Mr ES May es Jr setting it on fire and d it and its contents in the barn at the time were MryeSr driving horse a fine twoyear old jack belonging to Mr Mayes and Mr SamjNally and about 300 worth of hay lit is thought that the lightning killed the live stock stantly as there was no sound from within after the fire was discovered Mr Mayes carried 700 insurance about enough to cOve the loss of the ntrg the loss von the horse jlckand hay a total Iit The store house in Texas owned by the estate of Mary Erase and occupied by the general store of Mr Will Phillips was totally destroyed by fire late Friday night or early Saturday morning The origin o the fire is un known as it had gained threat headwa before being discovered It is probable however that it was started by a cigar or cigarette stumpIThere was no insurance on the hous but Mr Phillips had insurance amount ing to 500 which will over about half of his loss A What is Best for Indigestion eMr A Robinson of Drumquin Ontario has been troubled for years with indigestion and recommends Chambei lains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best medicine I ever used If troubled with indigestion 0r conatip- tton give them a trial They are easytake 25 to Haydon s pathwaForBee him hide In his shell when the bare foot With a whoop meets him face to face And the swimming hole deep in the bayou strainITa4 To Its cooling depths again 1 strivingInr would yield to the call of the river Where the pulsing billow laves I would go to the elm and the clover teelIAll athirst at the spring Id kneel 1 struggleWithJ oopntryTo Rodgers Hatchett The marriage of Mr Olliyer Rodgers and Miss Mallie Hatchett was solem nized at the church at Tatham Springs last Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock Rev Sims of Louisville performing the ceremony in a charming manner The Bardstown band which is at the HOtelat present played the prelude The couple entered the church to gSplayed by Mr Oscar Shirley The bride is a daughter of Rev and Mrs H P Hatchett and is possessed of lovely traits The grooom is a highly TaYloravtllr e at which place they will make their home The crowded audience proved that they havemany friends who wish them much success May they never be overshadowed by clouds of sorrow but may sunshine and happiness ever be theirsi X LOCUST GROVEy Miss Lillian Leachman spent Saturday night with friends at Hillsboro Mrs viis ited Mrs Will Matherly Thursday FridYay night wi h er aunt and attended chur c atFentick7 jj S Leachman and daughter have relativese at Fairfield Mrs Isaac McMakin has returned to her home at Bloomfield after a visit with Mrs Ora Merritt Mr Ed Birch and wife spent Friday night witn Mr and Mrs Elvin Birch near Mackville batsby have returned home after a pleasant famiiYaMiss Louise Fenwick of Fenwick spent taut week with her uncle and aunt Mr land Mrs A LLitsey 00 t FAIR 1 ATALOfj Issued for 1909 Exhibition ef Washington County fair AS rh sociationAn Excellent Program The catalof the Washington 1 County Fair to beheldhere Augogfc 25 2621and 28 1909 is nor out aad gives every indication that the fair this year will be up to the high standard of those of the past Two hundred and seventyfive classes will be shown for horses mules babies jacks cattle swine poultry farm produce fancy work etc for premiums ranging roml to 100 As has been the custom for may years the first day will be ladles day when all ladies are invited to attend free pf charge On the second day the Association will act as host to this schoolchildren of the county Secretary Campbell says that the stock men have already engaged anus her of stalls for their stock and he an tlc pates the best exhibition ever fcekti here v VALLEY Mitt L t Brown Tatum sold four nice steers to Judge Litsey last Tuesday at 3512 per head ofyat Elm Hill Sun day Mrs Kavie Pinkston of near iitsey visited friends here Wednesday acx Tobacco is about all topped iff thia section and is looking good Born July 27 1909 to the Wifeof Benedict Janes a daughter 5t HiMissof MrsMReed Td dari Mrs Minnie Whittington of Illinois has been visiting her mother MrLsf E Piles of this place during the pm week Tatum Brown recently purchased a few sheep of W H Yancey Mrs M Reed has been a guest at s thee home of Mr and Mrs Ben Janes during the past week Mrs S E Piles who has been quite ill for several weeks is able to be out again Maurie Durretfr oflSpringfieldpaaeed through our section Thursday witka i nice bunch of stock ewes he purchased r at Bloomfield Mrs Emmet Fields of Crescent Hill and daughter Mrs Nicholason of New York are guests at the home of Mri Wis and Mrs Palmer GrundykMiss Matile Brown of Udstot Mt the guest of Miss Lida Grundy at her 1tbeautifulMiss Pearl Goitley is at Tatham thitJ lVfi ic town visited relatives at this place c Sunday trMrssister Miss Edwards of Alabama to arrive tnis week forM extended visit a at this place al Miss Minnie Clarkston of Scieaca Hall is the guest of Miss Imogefia V Goatley this week l Miss Katie MofFett of Louisville is visiting at the home of Mrs DC Kelly this week Mr and Mrs Rufus Goodlett of Har li desty visited relatives at this place r Monday iMr and Mrs Ernest r Goatley are re i ceiving congratulations over the arrival of a daughter at their home August X Our school is progressing nicely under the maragement of Mr 14 L Bush of Springfield We congratulate ourselYe upon the merits of having such an ex cellent instructor andcongratulate t him for the number of assistants he leas tt his service Mr T C Tatum Osedof several car loads of coal at this station durrajr July Coal is 2c per bushel cheapejci this season than last J if I tr 2TLESPRINGFIELD SUIT WESNESDAY AUGUST 4 lI i o9v t l Z LET US TET YUR EYES and fit GLA SES We hajve just brought I on the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central Z Kentucky All the lat i est style Glasses and + any style Rims Ve + can furnish you with the best grade oi goods at the Lowest Prices 1 21JEWELWATCHeS GREAT BARGAINS IN fit Suit You In Everything in the Jewelry Line ica ElD M L 111 rtl I lil1 Its tit PAtM AND STOCK kerns of Interest fo farmers and Live Stock and Poultry d Raisers t Wen your fowls lay soft shelled eggs they shoulabe fed a ration strong it trine It does not payto grind ood for sheep In fact they do better when 4thdygrind their own v lilo animal on the farm quickly to disease as succtmbSCSO are not difficult to keep l It is well to work up a daytcomes you how tc handle them and how to get them It is cheaper to keep the her I up all the time than to neglect it for a while 2nd try later to bring it back to condi tloltThe cow wont make up tor lost time The man who goes into th sheep business now with the inten ion learning all he can bout it wi Ima OfI money We are as a nation more mutton exery year i poultry business is not made up of a few big things which we czn do in a ybut of little things whit i never will cease to come up for our attention Dry quarters for the ducks and geese to sleep in are absolutely necessary 5he fact that they are waterfowls tlopot mean that they will thrive in damp quarters Scaly irIS contagious as well as an eyesore Use coal oil freely n their thanks Thoroughly Mix coal il sulphur arid lard and apply it thre times each week until a cure is affected Pour a gallon of Boning water over a pound of lime When settled pour it ever eggs which you have packe i small end ddwn in a stone jar and set in cool place It is claimed the eggs W keep three mohths The difference in cholera and severe i+ + + + indigestion is that indigestion can b successfully handled with proper feed mg while cholera kills so rapidly ypi havent time to administer drugs eve it you knew it would cure Dont forget that bumble foot come from a bruise caused bye fowl alighting from high perches Mak your roost not over 24 inches from th floor so as to prevent a great distant for the fowls to alight on leaving th perch Just as long as calves will eat a big lot of dry hay give it to them It is thr best of anything we know of to keep them in good trim No bowel trouble is apt to overtake them while they have plenty of nice bright bay In case a ewe disowns or refuses to let her lamb suck sprinkle a little salt and anis seed over the back and shoul ders of the lamb this will often induce the mother to lick it and effect a recon ciliation and in no way harms the lamb A toot affected with bumble foot should be ppened with a sharp pointed knife and cleansed with a disinfectant such as carbolic acid thenltiJ ply a good healing salve Keep thejtowl in a grassy park or in a buildingwith the floor d Plycovered withS rat At present pnces a tonI butter shipped from Minneapolis to New York is worth in the latter city 600 to 700 To bring the same cash return about fifty tons of hay would have to be shipped so dairying makje some differ sues in your freight bills t Have you been using a she pout of your own flock to head the ewes tor a long time Better go off to borne good flock that has new blood in it and buy a nice ram The improvement in your next years crop of lambs will more than pay for the samel apeInearly onerhalf the value of the food consumed and yet little account is taken bf t droppings when an estimate is made of the profits from the flock i1 + + P to P to 1f11 llfl tTttt tW tV i Wanted ee gh School and Grmmar School Graduates + cll iILIIAmbitious young men and womer will be interested Z in reading SCHOOLED x a book issued by The Tribune containing the most c mplete inform tion about all the + leading professions tc gethet vith det ils regarding some + of the most prominen schools in the Jmted States o It willaid you in choosing your vacation and start Z you on the road to success SCHOOLFAX is especial interest to parents con templating sending tV eirbpys and girls to schools of any Inature whatever + fitWe will mail this book absolutely free Fill out below and mi il to SCHOOLFAX room 528 Tri bune Building + i Tribune luriau of School Infoimalion 528 Tribune Building Chicago Ills a Name A get i Address 4 t t t 0 ars w i mJ1 iiI it W When Graduate S s i A goose farm shouldhave a running stream of pure water so situated that the fields may be laid out on both sides of the stream The fields shouldconsist ot good pasture with a variety of grasses and of sufficient size to support a gander and three geese with their growing goslings mustnotiforge is really more important now than in the winter as the summer is the breed mg season of lice and mites and they will always take advantage of filth as a hiding place in daytime while at t night they will torment the birds Change the straw in the nest boxes 9f1 ten and use some kind of lice powder medicated nest eggs Keep the lice on the run if no more A method that has for the past few years been used wi h considerable suc cess for causing fowls to pass through the nqolting period early and uniformly consists in withholding part of the towls food for about two weeks which stops egg production and reduces the flesh of the fowls and then feeding heavily on a ration suitable for the formation of the feathers and general up building of the system Many farmers work too much and study and read too little Learn the easiest best and most economical way of doing the farm work Hard work wont make you rich and successful un less is backed up by good intelligent management Always be on the lookout to learn the best way of doing things Be a good reader and observer Soldier Balks Debth Plot It seems to J F St ne a civil wa- rveteranof Kemp Tex that a plotex isted between a despera e lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted stubborn co d he writes that developed coug that stuck to me in spite of all remec ies for years poundsThenDiscovery which resto ed my health completely I now weig 178 pounds CoughsHemorrhages Pneumonia its unrival d 50c and 100 Trial bottle tree Guaranteed byHaydon Robertson SURE siar IMr YoungThey sat that a man not be judged by the clothes he wears Mrs Young Quite correct He Bhdul be judged by the clothes his Wife wears rof Nervous BreakDown NJerve energy is the forge that controls the organ of respiration cir culation digestion and eli youhfe weak nervous irri tab e sick it is often because you lack nerve energy and the process of rebuilding and sustaining life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has urea thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nervous system gave away completely and left me on the verge oCth graye I tried skilled physi but no permanent relief resbushRecto tlvo Nervtne a I was mUCh better and I contlnuecl to cured I am an mlsopremedy fyrtie Creek Oregon Your druggist sees Dr Miles Nerv autho Ize him to return itricefalls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Jrr I A FM4LFRIENDSHIPID- evotion of Princess Lamb ne to Marie Antoinetter SLAIN BY A PARISIAN MOB The Assassination of the Princess omIfortWorst Acts of the Reign of Terror j carlfnanoipalaclballe was bo Heri father was iLouls Victor o Car gnat of the royal ihouse of Sardinia apdSalY Her childhood was spent in Turin during the period that followed the French through the bril llantmUJturyj tactics of Prluce Eugene of Vienna At eighteen she was mar ried Ito Stunl UlUs son of the Duke of Ienthlevre of France The chief place of thIs duchy was the town otj Laraballe about fifty miles from ilennes The Prince de soqnasLouis Xyyas contemplated This did not go Into effect however and the princess withdrew from the court She met Marie Antoinette wbnthnt princess first name to Paris and they were mutually attracted and became friends The Princess de Lamballe saw the dangers to which this young foreigner was exposed and when Mane Antoinette ibecame queen of France In 1774 and appointed the princess superintendent of the royal household she entered upon tier duties with the sym pathetic understanding of a loyal friend The c osest ties of affectionate regard drew these two young royal personages together Through the ca 9 less gayety of court life the Princes de Lamballe was the judicious friend When illness ame to the queen she was faithful apl devoted When the storm of adversity broke over the royal family and It was are ranged that an escape should be effected Mme de Lamballe got safely to England go n across from Dieppe but the royal family were arrested at Varennes and declared traitors to France Mme deLamballes devotion was so true she at qnce hastened back to Paris to be with the queen Her friends urged and Implored her to think of the danger to herself and pointed out that she could be of no real service at such a critical time But she knew better than they did what a comfort her presence would be and her heart was entirely occupied with the sorrows of her sovereign She was allowed to become a prisoner with the royal family In the temple and for one week she was a cheerful and helpfulcompanlonfuU of affeo tlocate arts to make the hours less bitter and giving to Marie Antoinette the loving devoted care that only a friend so loyal icould give When those the prison saw what an Influence of Joy Mme de Lamballe hroug6t to the royal prison ers an order Issued for her re moral to the prison of La Force From there she was t ken f6r a mock trial and offered her life If she would take oath ngai st the monarchy With scorn she perused to do this Then came ode of the most terrible acts of the period of the reign of terror S le was to the peo pIe wild with the desire for blood and was kjillod n the courtyard of Ln Force prison They stabbed her with sabers cut off her head tore her hear from her body while It was yet pal pitating and then dragged her body through the streets to the temple On the way ti ere they stopped at a hairdressers andmade him rouge the beautiful face aiid friz and powder the hair This man nearly died with fear while at this awful work When It was done and tlje head set on a pike1 the long fair cujrls of her pretty hair fell about the heck Those of the mob who suggested this hideous upon the head 1adAntolnette wild now recognize The heart vase also put on the end of a pike and thje routeto the temple resumed The toy ni family were to gether and Loul4 was reading to them when they heard the sound of the mob and loud high voices Suddenly the floor was op ned violently tnd as they all started to their foot some men pushed themselves past the guard and shouted to the The people have something to show you If you dont wish them to bring It up here you had better go toithe window With the deadly fear fn their hearts they did as directed and looked into the dead and painted face of their denoted friend itnd also saw her tender heart and herppor body hacked by the sabers e wretches With a cry of horror and despair Marie Antoinette fell into a state of stupor Mme Elizabeth forced her Into a chair and Iher children clung to her and cried with fear Louis tried to control his voice as he said with pathetic dl You might have spared the queepthe knowledge of this frightful calamity Boston Globe To Make a Hit You send me violets every morn said the beautiful girl I do responded the ardent lover no matter what cost Quite so Now why not send up a bunch of aspafagjis tomorrow instead It would be just as expensive and would make a big hit with paPIttsr burg Post In adversity It Is easy to despise life The true brace man Is he who tan endure to be miserableMartialt THJRE isa difference here old menandyoung mens stylesand it is a rt1 lghsight f more than clalmdeep Ifm are built whoJknow what you want who understand your figures your ideas and your price reach Clothes made with such graceful shapes already in the garments that theyll improve a bad figure and set fagood one They re real young mens clothes- The label in the coat means that If youre ever disappointed you wont be disappointed longif theyre wrong justgivo back the Clothes and get back your mpnty I tf r t The R erts faYbrodnt c Incorporated J l i f THE SUN A- LOUISVILLE TIMES 360 PER fEAR 11INIII NI RlI t GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS GOLD Mjj THE SUBIBUGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition Ecru because ye can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found be unsatis factory can be returned at theishippera expense That means no chance of our having poor seeds In stock odiSEI M Trent Wjlljstutff Ky 1909 I9O9 THE yEAR OFGREAT PROSPERITY R GETEADFREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months OP a Year I IEERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDI1 WALL ATUS r ThtUtesr Kentucky Hip UjTp 1909 Full ml Cemplrti Q 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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4 1909 1 Even a Policeman cant keep folks t away from the big j WASHINGTON 4 COUNTY f f l y J4LH1 AUGUST H2526 2728- I H Bring the ba bies e 1 The Baby Show will be one of the big features YOU CANT T t KEEP EM OUT r j V Lt1tV 1 z I IXCjiANGE EXCERPTS Sayings land Doings of the Press At Large 1 To pity distress is but human to re lieve it is Godlike =Mann More people are lame from ki king than from corns acquired in walkin the harrow way Chca Tribune The women look for a portion por tion of their reward in heaven but the men want theirs now Atchison Globe The shiftless man soon finds gee whiz His chances mighty slim But ne whos wise and keeps his biz Will find his biz keeps him Newspaperdom Lightning struck a Virginiagirl pn her garterbuckle but this doesnt indicate a new style of lightning iod Elizabethtown News There never was a woman but was just aching to tell some other woman how to do up her hair Hart County News Three bathing suits shed boughtJ And thought her husband Was adunce When he blushed as he besought her To wear all three atonce- Shelbyville Sentinel Copying after Mother Eve the best dressed women at Presidential and all other fashionable balls in Christian America are the least dressedThe Southern PeriodicalI I A pile of dishes in the sink the car ets all upon the blinka pile of dust ehind the door hat coat and shoes ipori the floor papers scattered every hereabout parching flowers going up he spout But its not this way here very dayryou see its because my wifes awayLos Angeles Express JThe reason why wqmen do not pro ise is supposed to be due to the fact that they wani to have the last weed Hart CountyNews In former yeaw the buzzard and car rion crow were t ought to bequite vall uable from a sanitary view in consum ing dead animals left exposed in the fieldsA It has been demonstrated that these birds are the most prolific source for the distributionand spreading of hog cholera and other contagious dis eases Farmers Homeurnal A country minister in a certain flock took permanent leave of cbrigrega tioin the following manner JBrothers and sisters I come to say goodbye I dont think God loves this church because noneof you ever die I Orlit think you love each other be cau e I never marry any of you I don t think you love me because yOu hay not paid my salary Your donation j are mouldy fruit and wormy ap pies and by their fruits ye shall know c then T Brothers ram going away to a bet ter lace I have been called to be chap ain in a penitentiary Where I goI ye cannot come but I go to prepare a plat tor you and maythe Lord have mere r on your souls GoodbyeCo lumbia Mo Herald p rCsirit you seeyou re hurting busi ness said the devil to the man who was steadily progressing on the liye andh tlive plan you are keeping menI from falling who if sorely pressed migh fallwhy if all men dune as you do I would nave nol job at allTheB- ee Hive E = dF A n wspaper mans ambition to be a g0ol fellow should begin with a de sire to render valuable service and end only i ritii the highest possible aocom plishm nt That is being the kind of good fellow who last counts and is de pendable and is honored trusted and rewarded for what he is as well as foi what lie does NationalPrinter Journalist i A negro preacher recently at a coun ry church in the BlueGrass addressed is congregation in part as follows My beloved friends as I has nounced t the ouUet me subjec is miracles and stands here this mprnin and tells you That no sensible nigger in de soun of ly voice will spute dot the great st o all miracles was bout them loaves a id fishes Dey was five thousand Ic aves and two thousand fishes and de- V elve Po t1etaat o eat em all De miracle is bust 1gwant vouto marry again when I am gone which will be very soon and she replied Iff that is yOur wish husband You should have died ten years ago Then I should have had some showing Nobody wants an old woman you I know TShelbyville Sentinel An editor pf ah exchange is now a haunted beast roaming the land no plade to lay his head all on account of an error made by his foreman That person in some way got a marriage noti aand a grocers local mixed the outcome of which read as follows Mr John Jones and Miss Molhe Smith were united in the bonds of molasses at 30 cents by the quart or barrel The bride was attired in codfish and mackeral whit the groom looked splendid in horn made soap at 20 scents a quart Mr Jones is an esteemed sauer kraut and e has a new invoice of hams at 15 cents a pound Rev Butter officiated Shelby ville Sentinel A trohibition candidate in Kansas had s much campaign literature leftover hat he stored it in his barn not thinkii g about the cows The cows ate the p ohibition literature and every cow or the place went dry v New York July 264Mrs Thomas Reriick 33 years old gage birth to five children last weekjCholera Infantum Cured Something like two years ago my baby which was then about a year olf was tal en seriously ill with cholera in fantum vomiting and purging profuse npseyAlabut did her no good and being very much a armed about her went for a physicia but failed to find one so came ba k by Elder Bros Carters store ana Mr Elder recommended Chamber ains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea remedy I procured a bottle of it went home as quickly as possible and gave the aby a dose of the remedy It relieved her in fifteen minutes and soon cured her entirely For sale by The Leo Haydpn Drug Co The School of Music Persons lesiring a full course in Vo cal and In trumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled opportune ties in the Western Normal Write for special information Address H H Cherry Bo vljng Green Ky Subscriber The anLOO year The SUB tpd Co 150I Mild Laxative for Baby Free today is the parent of Thecbildtf whether it grows up or puny and weak upon the iotehigenccof ItsI parents for most children are into the worl healthy but thousands become future weaklings between birth and thd age of ten when the are still in greatest control The prime cue of trouble Is in the stomach A btby that Is digesting its food seldom crlqs and always looks cheer ful the little cmld whose stomach good romps and plaMS and never whines the growing child lehrns well at school and Is eager for fun Ifi its head is cfarahd Its stomach light dnd that means if it ihas no constipation The best and safest way to cure any irregularity of hE stomach and bowels In children Is by the use of Dr Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin This Is a liquid wonderful In its effect as Mrs laxativeI Dunham Apple Creek 0 Mrs Cullam PlalnvlUe Ind and numerous others can tesUtywho give It to their children ex results A bottle only costs 60 cents or SI cording to these you want and evenI will do a belgivenconstipation sou tom torpid liver dys epsla heartburn sick headache and sl liar digestive troubles- It never gripes r strangles like pills tablets salts and powders which should- not be giVen to children women or old folks If you have a en Id or other member of the family who ne ds but has never used this grand laxative tonic send your name and address to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent to your home In this way you can ftnout what it will do without personal expense If there is anything about you ailment that you dont und rstand or if you want any medical advice write to doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Cald ell 500 Caldwell bldg IllFor Drug Stora j ORCHID f HUNTING t The Terrors and the Dangers of a Tropicaj Forest It is not a pretty story this narrative of a trip up the Orinoco but you may understand orchid people better If you read it It began unluckily said he I took ji partner because Id learned that the dark places of earth are bard upon a man by himself 1 met him at Port of Spain and he teas eager for the adventure because he bad justJabscorid ed from a British mercantile house In Havana and the Orinoco sounded to him like a haven We hired a few negroes Our real guides we would pick upi at Angos tura Qne day while waiting for the stores to be packed I took my partner out to show him what an orchid was Near the Pitch lake 1 saw one in negroboysnot A deadly snake dwelt In that tree he declared He was afraid afraid of snakes Nice efficient help rut boy to take Into tropical forests wasnt he It was insubordination before the expedition had j even started So 1 cuffed him and and d him my hunt lug knife Briig dpwn that flower and also the sn kes head 1 ordered Pthechid from where It clung when a tiling like a speak as black as his own boyswrIsttoppling down writhed with pain He died and 1 felt a gloom settle on my spjrlts Well at Angostura we took rafts and six guides upstream First one guide died of fever tl en another was bitten by poisonous Insects One fell m lthor Intoan alligator We neededmeat and the skin was worth a good deal so half fn revenge half In curiosity we went out and plugged holes in the monster When the guides cut It open they stopped and drew things outthe bones the cotton clothes of the guide this cannibal rep tile had swallowed The very knot was still In his sarong Oh dont squirm This Is orchid hunting We had three guides left at the end of the second month when pad dung along one day where the vines overreached andlct naky tendrils draggle down we came to a fifty yard clearing We saw there the sides of- three canoes hall smothered with rap Id growing Vegetation and 1500 alli gator skins well salted but decaying Hanging to the roof qf what had been a kind of leanto were 100 orchid plants withered and dead On the floor lay two rusty rifles and two skeletons Out by the ashy place where the flre had been was a third jslieleton Up between the ribs were cheerfully growing some gay weeds T Everybodys Magazine Aroused Her Curiosity After All Dont want any said a housekeeper fromher second story window to a street vender whose cohered wagon was standing a few steps away and who had Just pulled the bell Dont want any hat1 gruffly asked the vender who hadnt had even a chance to tell what his wares were What have you gotit asked the housekeeper whose ur was get ting the better other annoyance Oh never mind Y6u dont want any Git up Bob Now I wonder what that exaspet sting man is selling anyhJ3w she ex claimed as the wagon disappeared around the cornerExchangeSilencedHmi The young man In the barbers chair had been annoyed by suggestions of the white coated artist although he had said clearly enough when he sat down that he wanted only tL hair cut and a shampoo Singeing facial mas sage and hair tonics had been offered VainlyiFinally the barber perpetrated what Is with barbers the crow ling Insult Passing his hand over the jjOung mans face he said contemptuously Shave yourself dont yoU Sure said the young u an Dont you And there was silence Washington Post p j otJLIIS rfIPoorSheIm never going to speak to your wife fin ySheweeks ago and I havent I eard from bar since iOh well feeling In h s pocket heres the letter She gave It to me- a fortnight agoi Yonkers tatesman I The Descent Father do men descend from mon keys asked an Inquisitive lad Yes my boyVL aSJSSSfT And what do monkeys descend from The monkeys c dahtfr m the treesLondon J JNot Guilty It Is said that within 100 years gold aggregating 2000000000 h s disap peared from circulation and the gov ernment would like to knowj who has It We learn that the members of the newspaper fraternity are lSt Louis Republic Handicapped You ought to save money for your family Yes but IBut what melCleyeland thieves are asked to dlnner German Proverb Dr Wf F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reason b eprices AD work guaranteed Office over Haydoti Barber BqLAKEIn SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident rehaDleandworld Your Insurance solicited i DR M Wi HYATT trHE 1030 to 12m 4 to 6 Jm 1 DrJ C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY orncK cf Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 p M J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No88 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES Waiihirigtonandadjoining and Federal Courts c C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will prat ice In all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBRQOKE ATTYATLAW Sprield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington pealsApMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Washingtonand S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky taltyWi111foanywhere Dr W R MORGAN Vtttrinary Surgeon end Dentist PERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable in Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE YJflAYESJOHN Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer S KENTUCKYL rBest Attention shoWnJHandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone hay 19 Night 74 r THE SUN ANDBoth pa pore yi Bryans Commoner 150 Weekly CpurierJournal i 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 150 American150We- ekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175- SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe 17ThriceaWe 5 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 176 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 125 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 ts Magazine 286 Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger 175 Harper Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 15T h II i jIJtiLCurri S aI Cuts ores- on all Live Stockj DESTRO5 ALL EBM e KILLS tIPARASITES AND If Ws Have It II- IStock z fRed6- or b Notice Poultry Raises Now is the time of they ear to feel your fowls a good tonic n4ll44curCholeia Gapes Koup Canker ie1 Llraberneck When fed as apreventive it not only keeps them health bjut makes them lay Price 5OcJ1ocUlf no pay Guaranteed by your droggictB Ha don Robertson and YeDrugstore Ask forbooklet on diseases of poultry 161Subscribe munnruIIDIII1JC mlr9J i CLUBBING RATES W b LOUISVlLLk DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times onevear3 5l CourieraJournal 4R iSame including Sunday 8 21 The and a daily Courier Journal any days in 7rThetiredays 3fThe81The62The= Post one year Vi 4 W 11tiI1IIlIf IIIIdllllilltIIlIU8i iC 6i 3 IF YOU WANT THE BEST PLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOR 5 Pride tf Washington or Springfields Choice r MANUFACTURED BY GJ W JARBOE CO t Highest market price Paid for WH- EATSlogans t J FREEiSewing MachineIruns tnan any other- j 6mEElasts longer than any otter 11JfmEE J is more beautiful ttan anY other fREE j has less vibration than any otter Iisthan any otter i 61fREEmakes a more perfect stitch thanany otter 11JI fREEis the Lest of allcom f Ind in JcQlROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Apentf SefdK y a 1jI i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4 1909 Jn i Fair1TO r J AUGUST 2528 09fOUR ROUSING BIG DAYS I t + Show Ring and Floral Hall Premiums biggeLthaneyr Good Band Plenty free attractions each day plenty of Refreshments of every kind to be hid Ton the grounds dull care aid come and envoy yourselves for one week i Greatest five Stock Exhibits in years 1 For further information or catalogue write CAMPBELL Secretary Springfield fry fHEON I = L == SPRINGFIELD SUN r ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR i In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher fctered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the wits as secondclass matter 7TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ttrear Wx Montharrr 60 Three Montha 25 The Secret of Long life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bit tern prolongs life and makes it worth liVIng It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the en tire System Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 50c at Hay don Robertsons sI OF FUN AND PLEASURE Democratic Ticket J CIRCUIT JUDGEI liThurrnan 1Cunty REPRESENTATIVE D Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litseyi COUNTY CLERK W F Booker CIRCUIT CLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes 1SCHASSESSORW T Mitchell CORONER Or W E Crume SURvEYOR Wm G Roberts Try Kentucky Star Fiour So good Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal as the pov er to issue the ELEMENT RY CERTIFICATE the INTERME lATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE IERTIFIGATE which entitle the hold eis to teach anywhere in Kentucky fo two years four years and for life re s Dectively without further examination itormation as tp the amount of work r qui red for each certificate will Be furnished when desired Address H E Cherry resident Western Normal 1wIingGreen Ky BuildingI 1 While we are here why not see us about a nice Brick Dwelling or an uptodate Bu iaess House We are in a position to give you a much letter price so long as we are located in Springfield Co ne and see us at any rate and talk it over Krueger MillerBuilders of the New Baptist Church a Iti= A FirstGlass Watch T i Accurate TimeKeeper Fully Guaranteed iI 3 3 3 3 4 f r J W SOUTH BEND ii a l WATCHES I 11 irl i ARE WHAT YOU WANT 4 1 t j6 i JAMES JGRAIESt W WatchmakerandJeweIer Springfield Ky f EfEE FEEEEfEEFFEFEEEEEFfE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEFEEEEE iitt I i i j Dr G1 TU Burton RI ISIDENT PENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly FirstI class Springfield Ky Office in Ha on Block up stalls Lociil News Notes t HV JiJtt r Jacob K mherlin sold to Frank Montgomery a i air of mules for 500 Our lOc ne of Enamelware is selling like hot ca es Did you get yours If not hurry McElroy Shader EsxRAY4A red sow weight about 250 pound strayed on myj place about a week ago Owner may have same paying foi damage and keeping and this advert ementII W Pt MONTGOMERY Messrs fas Lampton land Bobbie Shultz hav opened a Bicycle Shop and Seerthem forPces Still sell hat good Freezer we were telling you about Let us show it to you Ever sale means a satisfied cus tomer McElroy Shader The Ladiss Aid Society of the Chris tian church will serve dinner on county court day ir October School ax for the year of 1909 was due July 1 G C Wharton Treas We always buy your eggs paying you Cash if you prefer Bring them in MCELROY SHADER Feed y6ur poultry a g0od tonic to keep them ii a healthy condition This means mor eggs more rapid growth ot the young Enterprise Poultry Pow der will do it Sold by- HAYDON ROBERTSON rksRavtohavereasonable Work guaranteed Try Kentu kyStar Flour Its made like grandfa er used to make it FOR SALEJ A lat tmodel No 5 Oliver type riter JPhis machine is in Hrstclass co iditioh liaving been used only three rionths For further particulars and terms apply at this office WANTED Trustworthy manorwoman in each counw to advertise receive or ders and man ge business for New York Mail Order H use 1800 weekly posi tion permane t no invstrnentrequired Previous exp rience not essential toen gaging Spa e time valuable Enclose self addresse envelop for fun particulars ADDRESS CLARKE Coi Wholesale Dept 103 PA IK AVE NEW YORK Kentucky S ar Floury Best made k i l The Fiscal court f Washington coun ty is having the Court House nproved by repairing and painting the old bel fry The roof will also be painted and any other needed rejpairs will be made r County Attorney T Scott Mayes sprained his ankle yesterday while climbing a fence on his place neartown Mr Mayes is con nedi to his bedbut will probably be ou in afew days Fruit Acid Jar Caps and Rubbers Parafine Wax Fruit Jars thing needed for Canning and PreservI ing at McElroy Shaders Mr Cooper Coomes a well known and prosperous Tamer died at his home near Chaplin the first of the week Mr Coomes was a brother of Mrs L D Baker olf this place 1Mr W R Selecman has purchased the whichiMr Raymond Naljy has heretofore owned and conducted Although the ownership has changed there will be no change in the management as MrI Nally will still have charge l NatiJnal Try a box of Oats the best tencenter on the Market r JMc LROY SHADER News has ben received here of the victory of Father H gYs fine trot iter San Breaker lin the 220 trot a Danville y aker is be jing esterdaYlsanBre H iwill also tomorrow Refreshments will be served at the Court House on Thursday the 12th from 300 to 10QoPl m The proceeds hall be used to get some furniture fo he primary room of the Graded School The patronage 9f i friends and pat rons of the school is olicited IThe Christian church which ig being conducted by Rey A P Finley continues tq draw large audi nces nightly By h ts earnest and elo quent pleading Mr Finlev has made cOnverts since the meting has been iii progress Mr Finley is a pulpit orator who holds his audifences apparently without an effort and a man who will do good in this t wnj Work is now rapi ly progressing on the new Baptist church The founda tion has been completed and t le walls are now being erected The contractors have all the material on the grpund II and have a large fprce of ands at work In a short time the bri k work will have been finished The c ntract ors are Messrs Kreuger and Miller who by their businOs like and skillful management are making an e cellent impression here 4 August Specials I r rt I Six Bars Big Deal SoaP25c- Six Bars Red Wrapper Soap25c Seven Bars Lenox Soap 25c Six Boxes Matches25c Fruit Jars PintstL50c I Fruit Jars Quarta60c I Fruit Jaisronehajfs 75c MCELROY SHADER t FreeTuitioiu t 4s t I All eligible person0 are entitled to free tuition in the Western Kentucky State Normal School The Fall Session begins September 7 1909 Write Pres ident H H Cherry Bowling Green KyIIYour only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble ties in an operation theta 1 used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till cured They ntAp pendicitiscure Constipation Head ache 25c at Haydon Robertsons aeaeoeoeoeoeaeaeaeoeaeaeQ FARMERS o n 4BANK IL Incorporated o Mackville K nJJSURPLUSc iWe offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is coin sistent with conservative banking The strength and stability of a + Bank dependt largely on its Direc tors who must be men oi ablJitva as well as integrity as they are the men who its affairs I We present a strong boarda nstrong institution and are anx ious to serve you fIELVIN BIRCH VPresident t J M SMITH Cashier I I DIRECTORS J B Peter Elvfn Birch I J T Sweeney Dan McHvey I J M Russell James Cocbran Geo W Powell C Shewmaker J W Arnold B Q Matherly t I- OeOeaeaeqe e04 eneoeaae e Ie IIIJI Do You Want to Buy a Farm PricetWe are ready at all times to show you Come and see us bileweNo 1160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Spring field nine room dwelling in good repair 3 barns plenty of grass plents of water all under good fence Price 50 per acre No 2237 acres six miles from Sprmgheld on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barnsi90 acres of new land plenty ofgrass plenty of never failing water all under good fence rNo q195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two barns plenty of water all qf farm in grass all under good fence Price 55 per acre No 486k acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 500 trees all kinds of fruit all under good fence plenty of water plenty of gjass Price 3500 No512S acres 7 miles from Sbringfield l 2 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber ood stock barn all the farm wJH raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Prl e85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 pewJand t dwelling fruit plenty of water Price 2500 No 9150 acres 1 mile from hike on county road 1 mile from aUilandPrice1No1O96 l acres 3 miles from Springfield close to shoo six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 LAKE BOSLEY M4i4 t + wrr r z a r h s wn swrr p THEJ SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4 969 l Llive Stock Markets Reported by Bourbon Stock Journal Hour bon Stockyards J Louisville Aug 3 Cattle Receipts 425 head Jor two days 1989 There were not many buyers hcretbday about the usual number of local traders and buyers The market was very quiet and without auy material change in prices Fair demand for choice butch ers olhers dull We quote Shipping steers 56 25 beef steers 325525t fat heifers 3475 fat cows 34 75 cutters 223 canners 12 bulls 2 i375 feeders 325475stockrrs 225 J25i choice milch cows 354250com mon to fair 1630 Calves Receipts 161 head for two days 335 The market was firm bulk of best 66 50 some fancy higher medium 4550 common 2504 Hogs Receipts 471 for two days 2 330 The market ruled firm and 5c higher on choice cornfed hogs 165 lbs and up 785 130 to 165 Ibs 765 pigs i fe25735 roughs 685 down Buy ers are discriminating against grassy i half fat hogs dont want that class at any price Sheep and Liambs Receipts 1607 i foe two days 9974 The marketruled firm to 25c higher on prime lambs bulk d pf best 7725 one deck ewe and d wether lambs fancy sold at7 50 sec onds 5525 culls 3375 sheep4 y 5425 for best common sheep slow fair demand for choice stock ewes commondull MciNTIRE is Miss Nettie OBryan has returned to w herjhbme in Fredericktown after spend = inga few weeks with relatives here Mrs TheresaMedley and daughters Of Loretto visited friends atthis place Saturday and Sunday L Misses Lizzie and Maggie Murphy of Louisville are spending a few weeks with their parents here Mrs Sallie Cecil has gone to Tatham w Springs for a few weeks stay T Mr Tom Williams of Louisville is the guest of relatives here Mr Lum Montgomery was in L ba non Sunday to see his wife who is in the hospital there for medical treatv meat I Mr George Wise of Taylor county visited relatives here Sunday- S Mary Urcher Greenwell of Ne braska accompanied by Sf Emily of St Catharine visited her brother Mrd Tom Greenwell one day last week Mr Arch Cusic who has been quite sick for several days with typhoid fevert is some better at thlswritinge The little son of Mr Gorge Edelen is quite sick at his home near this place Lizzie Montgomery ol near Spring field is spending this week the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Tom Blanlord She is accompanied by her cousin Armelder Blanford Mr Paul Keene bought of Tom and Lee Mclntire one work mule for whichi he paid 75 Mr George McIntire and nephew Leonard Mcintire will leaye In a few days for Unio town toatten the fair which will be held at that placenext week Mr JR Montgomery is in Louisville this week on business Mrs SusIe Wheatly visited her par ents near Springfield one day last week Miss Bogie Nally of near Bards town was the recent guest of her sis ter Mrs Twyman keene Teachers Wanted The demand for teachers who have been trained in the Western Normal is greater than the supply The Fall Ses sion opens September 7th Write Presi dent H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky lor information relative to free tuition The Aliceton Camp Meeting The Aliceton Camp Meeting which begins August 6th and continues ten days promises to be the best meetin for yeare Rev J M Taylor Mrs Crist and Prof Bassett are successful workers More ministers than usual are expected and great results are looked for n Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Calve completely cured mewrites John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme 25c at Haydon Robertsons r W V STALLARD hD S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH = EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger All Wnrlf Done in this office is first RndjustBfcOver McElroy Shaders Gr6cery5 oeaeaeoeae eaeoeaeoeoeoeae 0a Personal Notes Jo leVisitors In and Out Round Up fth Personal Newse0- eoeoeoeo o oe jaeQeoeooe Misses Sue Duncan and Jennie Ijeachman have returned home after a visit to MrsOscjiir Sweeney of Win ield Kansas Messrs Jack McChord and Finley cruggs spent several days at Tatham prings last week Mr Will Rogers of Lebanon vis ted here Saturday Mr W F Neikirk was here Satur ay on business and remained over Sun ly with his family Mr John R Smith of Bloomfield sited relatives here last week Rev K K C Lawson has returned reguIr ednesday night =Mrs L T Homes of Stanton Ky visiting Mrs L H Bellebaum this ek Messrs Jesse D Rapier and Barb Baldwin of Bardstowh were in to ivn Tuesday Messrs Robt Noe and M Go achman were in Taylorsville Monday Mr Robt Mayes has returned home fr mState University to spend several eks with his parents Mr and Mrs Scott Mayes Miss Sue Muratta tot Louisville is th guest Mrs W E Sele mal thisj week 4Mr S B Thompson was in LoUISi ile this week j Mr Perry Maris visiting rela tivs at this place Mr Lee Goodin of Lebanon and Mil is Laughlin of Mt Sterling were sts of the Walton for supper SunJ evening Mrs Fred Mangate has returned Loutvilleafter a visit to her par Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Prof and Mrs G WColvin have ret irned visit to Mr andMrs R Louisville fromfa Mrs Hagan Misses Kate Mares Campbell will leave fora tea days stay at1G iffin Springs Miss Mary Brown of Louisville s spending a month with her si t rSj Mi ses Lucy arid Vela wnIMiss Ollie Gray of Pplih has been spending a few days with Mrs J W Tu ker r Miss Bertha Haydon returned home Monday after a visit to her sister Mrs TA Spalding of Bardstown Mrs W T Leachmanis in Louis vill with her mother Mrs J Polin Ed len Miss Margaret Ba6 ell of Camp II bel syille is visiting her grandmother Mr Mollie Pope Miss Sadie Parrott nas accepted a positidn as bookkeeper with dunning hor i Duncan Mrs Nellie 1hurman and daughter Miss Mary LoganNeale of Huntsville Al 4are visiting Judge and Mrs B L Lit ey Miss Virginia Goodloe is visiting friends in Harrodsburg Ifiss Gertrude Shader spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs LebanongMr S C McGill spent Monday in Lebanon Miss Fannie F Smith is the guest of Mrs Steve Noe of Lebanon Miss Fannie B Smith is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jv R Smith of Bloomfield Miss Eddie Shader returned hem Sui day atter a visit to friends in Glas gov and Bowling Green Mrs Bailey Peyton who has been in jQuisville for several weeks has to e ed home + =++ t+++ + + +4+ + + + t+ ++++ t+ + + t + 4 RAND CLEARANCE SALE Of all Summer Goods now going On at I ITHE BIGSTOREE a iG SUMMERMOODS4 I REGARDLESS OF COSTLM T W 5 ace will nOt permit us to mention but a Ifew of the many bargains being offered l I PriceDollaradies Ilirtgerie waists at bargain prices Bargains Lot Of Lawns for 5cto close out Regular price lOc and ooeLs 12c 41 e + Silk and Satine Petticoats at CostCOME Bargains in Nainsooks Long Cloths and other white goods inion s and wrappers at co few Silk waists at half priceAND 4Dyour own ihe RobertsonClaybrooke Co INCORPORATED i trlMiss Margaret Gr ene of Louisville is visiting at the home of her grandfat icr Mr J A hader Miss Catherine Spalding has returned fr m a visit to frIends at Maud Miss s Margaret Edelen and Ellen Simms ire spending the week with Miss Gla ys Walker Mr Wathen Simms isat home frOmLOjsvdle Boulware Ii of Eminence the home of his father Mr J A Boulw reo Mr 3ood Ganmnghaip spent Mon day in Lc isville Mr dolph Hertlein who has been in Louis ille for several months has returned lome Miss lorence Mattingly of Louis ville is tl e guest ot Miss Stella Simms of near t wnIMiss lizzie Kinkead of Mississippi- is the giest of her sister Mrs Sue Knott Miss Marie Kuhn of Nashville Tenn is the guest of her aunt Miss Fannie W all Mr J D Lake is in Winchester this week on business Miss Flaget Simms has returned from a vii it to Miss Ida Charles Carroll Louisv lie T Mr G E Medley of OwensbDro is is tinhis family at this place Mr md Mrs WE Selecman Miss Lu Sele man jand Miss Sue MaI ratta sue t Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Edwin Ca Tile Litsey of Lebanon- Mrs T A Spalding and children have ret rhed to their home in Bards town af er a visit to Mrs Spaldings parents I Ir and Mrs Ben Hayden Mr nd Mrs Hubert Kimberlfn of Mari i county visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs R L Purdom Saturday and S ndayJ Mr Vat C will return Thursday from a ISCampbell of Hiintsvjlle Mo Messis J Ei Butler and RobertL Butler oi New Hope Ala and Misses Bernice rid Dpnnaj Butler of Plano Texar the Quests of Mr and Mrs W D CU ybroolp Mrs Jesse D RapIer of Bards town is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C I Pried childrenville Tuesday after a visit to Miss Flora Mu Id Mrs Oscar Walker Mr and Mrs RIchardelly Mrs J W Kelly and 3son E D Mrs Monroe Cecil Miss Josie Le Miss Julia Parrott Miss Mattie cGill Mrs Pat Kelly Miss Hal Cle eats ahd Mr Spalding Clem ents left Tuesday for a weeks stay at Tatham S rings HARDESTY Messrs Will and Ed Gray spent Saturday night with PiSutherland and attended church at Chaplin Fork Sunday Miss Ida Haydon spentfrom Saturday i until Monday with Mr Jimmie Wil lett of Pleasant Grove Ij Messrs Ed Scott and Herbert Har desty attended the Chautauqua at Let anon Saturday Mr Met Sales wife and children spent Sunday with Mr J R Gray and family Misses Martha and Ida Gray spent Saturday night with Mrs Della Louis Mr Emerson Barlow Saturdayandlsun familyMr Willie Biveris of Indiana is visiting relatives in this community- Mr Walter Louis wife and son HIB and Earle Foster spent night with Mrs Mollie Williams Mrs Andrew Wilkerson and children of Valley Hill spent Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs Tea Hardesty- Mr S G Hardesty and wife spent Sunday with Mr J R Gray and family Mr Jimmie OBryan wife and little daughter of St Rose spent Saturday and with Mi W S Y Good 11MrsMrs John Hardesty who has beenI confined to her room for some time we are sorry to repoj t no better at this writing Messrs Jack Reed and Joe Grace passed through out midst Sunday afternoon en route to Willisburg Mr Walter Louis wife and son A B were guests of Mr Mit Sales and family Sunday afternoon Mrs Mollie Williams and daughter Miss Fannie spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Hardesty Mr Marvin Hardesty and wife and Mr Charley Hardesty wile and children of Louisville are visiting rela tives here Miss Sallie May Williams of Maple Hill spent several days last week with Mrs Eliza Mitchell of this place Mr Walter Briggs of Valley Hill was in our midst Sunday afternoon Mr Ernest Gray and sisters Misses Martha and Ida attended church at Willisburg Sunday night Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Never Known to Fail uI have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since it was first introduced to the public in 1872 and have never found one instance where a cure was not speedily effected by its use I have been a commercial traveler for eighteen years and never start out on a trip without this my faithful friend says H S Nichols of Oakland Ind Ter ifor sale by The Leo JJaydon Drug Co THE SUN 935Oand TIMES The New Drink of The Season Fan TazThe drink that helps you think 1 i The drink of the fans r 7 Rich Red and Racy IT LOOKS fi00Dt FANTAZ IT 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thesun stand still I first went to regiment and had the o ccrs nark on the map the hour of their position at a certain point Tt enlwent to regiment In the saw bri Bade They declared positively twas oneorr two hours earlier or later than that given by the other So it went on no two regiments or bricades agreeing and ifI hinted that soiae of them must certainly be mistaken they wonldset me down by saying with severe dignltyWe were there Batch tider and we ought toknow giess and I made up my mind that it would take a day fat least twenty hours Instead of thirteen at Gettysburg to satisfy their ac ountsSo when Josh uas captains got around him after the fight and they began to talk It over the only way under the heavens that he could ever harmonize their state ments was to make the sun stand still and give them all a chance Any one who has ever tried to estab lisp the exact position or hour when anything took place In an engagement will confirm Batchelders experience and possibly if not too orthodox ac cept his explanation of Joshuas feat Morris Scbaff In Atlantic 0A MONSTER SKULL One That Was Said to Be Bigger Than a Bushel Basket One of the most remarkable finds of gigantic human remains of which we have any record was that said to have been made at Palermo Sicily in the 1516 when an entire skeleton of unheard of proportions was unearthed by some marble quarry men These mammoth remains measured exactly thirty four feet from head to foot and pine feet seven inches from point to poidt of the shoulders A stone ax buried with this old time giant may still be seen at Palermo in section Z of the St Jsorent museum H WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALr Mmry atterson Editor Is a national Newspaper Democratic in I politics Itp lOts all the pews without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but rou can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and TIiESUNf f i BOTH ONE YEAR F- O15O ONLY r If you will give or send your order to this papernot to the Gourier oumal v Daily CourierJournal one far 6oO 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j f c r I ClV ONLY PER YEAR l BILLYt THE BORES He Was Very Different From the Poe and the Halfback By TEMPLE BAILEY Copyrighted by Associated Literary Press There as no denying that Billy was not deeply Intellectual He was taU and bioII with broad shoulders and a 8ml1tfutValS like sunshine on a gloomy diy But among the girls of the college these qualities counted for little for they worshiped at the shrine of the pot and of the Halfback The poet had Ion hair and so had the halfback but otherwise they had nothing in comet excppt that they both loveu Dulcle Dray ton Billy loved Dtilcle too But ho hadnt half a chmce for the poet wrote son nets to D Jlcles eyebrowsand the jialf back let t er shine in his reflected foot ball glory Sow anl then she consented to make Billy bapby Yes I will walk with you she told him gr1cllluslyone Qe tober day only we mustnt go very far for r have an engagement with the halfback All rlfiht said Billy and promptly forgot his watch The bal fback was raging when they finally re ached Dulcies home We have missed the game he said Of course if I had been playing couldnt have wai ed but as it is have hung around V Billy forgot his watch Dulole apbl bjrfzed und we didnt realize how late it was I should think hei would bore you to death he halfback said when Billy bad left them How can you stand that fellow Hes r ot bad Dulcle defended Of course h f hasnt such an awful fototI brains and be hasnt done such won derful things as you have but hes got an dwfu y good disposition And tne halfback remembering his own grumbling rind growling said Oh well uncomfortably and won dered if Dulcle ys hitting at him A few days later the poet took Dulcie to task about Billy You danced with him four times last night he saldpnnd I wanted you to sit out tliose last two in the conserva tory with me I had a new poem to read to you It was about young Oc tobers golden eyes and It is dedicated to youIId love to hear It The ntmosphere isnt right the poet fretted not here on the campus but last light there was a little mopn and there were red roses on the lat flee Billy Is an awfully good dancer poetIwas not iFor several days after that how ever the rivalry between the poet and the nalftack was so intense that Billy way left completely in the back ground The poet sat up half the night writ- Ing verses and the theme was love Love Iof e and he claimed every readathem to her MHe writes about my hair she told Billy and calls It soft spun silk shimmer ng In the sunshine I don t see the use of stringing out seneIall I llle the way you put it Billy she sal and Im glad you like the color of my hair I lotisit Billy stated and I love you Dulcle JOh oh you mustnttDufcle pro testedSWell not now If you dont want me to but shall tell you again Dulcie Bl1ia severed jd toe will Dulqte told her mot intimate friend that night He will ask me over and over again Well of course you couldnt marry him si Id the Intimate friend calmly not such a bore am not sure that Billy deserves that niikname said Dulcie He doesnt talk moonshine like the poet or brag of himself like the halfback but he does say some nice sensible good hearted things and he has a lovely snile The li tlmate friend sat up and looked at hsr Well of all things she said I believe you are half In love with him How you can think of him when you have the choice of two such men as the poet and the halfback Is more it an I can understand But are they really In love with me Dulcle demanded The have asked you to marry diem havent they Marlon asked Yes But somehow It seems to me that tiu y are always thinking of themselves But Billy thinks of me OhMarlon said softlyr know what yiu mean If you married the poet or the halfback you would have to worship at their shrines while Billy would vorship at yours Yes sail Dulcle thats It and a man who loves you that way cant jxactly bore you can hey No le cant said Marion but of Jourse you can never tell how long t will last Som times have thought 1 should Ike to ut them to a test as ladles did vlth the knights of old Dulcle mediated I But what test Marlon demanded could on have in modern days uIn tie old times It was a test of strengti and skill Dulclp stated but today tiere Is one god Marion money You P have a lot In own low jmy right And the boys know It all of them the poet and the halfback and Billy Perhaps that is what makes me the most popular girl in school my money not Just me myself uYou are a darlln Marion encouraged her but you know how men are Yes I do Dulcle agreed And they then and there constructed a The next night thi poet fingering in byMllrlmoment she said snt It sad about Dulcie Drayton Sad the poet echoed Oh didnt she till you Marion hesitated Then I ught not to But the poet urge her Well she has lost all ofhermpneyV Marlon said I am er roommate and I saw the letter But please dont speak of It poetButand In an of them was a note of re gavethemhe explained but nave come tobn lleve that a genius should not marrY Only In the sadnes of solitude can talent be developed I must give you up my Dulcle am not your Dulcle the girl started with a little flame In her cheeksShe did not repr ash him What was the use of reproaching such a feeble thing as the poejB t when Mar- Ion had told the same tale and he had without compunction broken an engagement with Dulcie giving as an excuse am going to cut out dancerfor awhile and girls allowed herself the uxury of a retort Then you wontmiss me when 1 go away she said poi tedly Go away he questioned Yes You see I am eighteen tomorrow and my money will be my own to use as please and I have so many plans ut the halfback gasped th6ugbtyou had st your money He stopped red to t ic ears So did the poet aid Dulcle Mar lon told troth of you some kind of tal and both of yoi believed It That wasnt the reason the half ba k excused Xesitwas why you gave up me gtrrthAt him ruptly If afra4 to have you tell Billy she told Marion that night If be should tall me Blot Billy when te heard the news came straight to hev Maridri has told me he said aim 1 Imvn ith Dulcle but love you and war t you tp marry me at once If you will Dulcie laid her and on his arm Billy she said am not poor put you and the oet and the half back to a test and only you stood it You are the knight of the true heart and I love you After Billy had kl sed her rapturous ly he askedAre you sure I wont bore you Dulcie If yon knew hor I hated the poets poems and the half tacks boasting you wouldnt ask such a silly question Billy she replied Hospital Boarders There is a class Jwblchghes every hospital hi the cI a lot 6f trouble especially i the winter timev said a member of the faculty of the Pennsylvania hospl at It Is made up of what we call steady boarders meaning men who ave no homes who are too lazy to w rk and who feign illness in order to s cure a comfortable bed and good food for a week or so a t a time Howeve we have devised a scheme which h quite effective In driving them away When one of these 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Yankey of Sim flj as at the home of Mrs Q F CO ai nougher Thursday fMrs Fanny Simpson of ISimms sp nt thew day with Mrs W T Phillip Thursj day Misses Josephine and NoreenHoIl n seed of Louisville were the pleas nt guests at the home of Mrs Fannie Whayne last weekjWMrs John Offutt of Bloomfield is visiting her parents Mriand Mrs J R Claybrookew Miss Bertha Hayes entertained a rmmber of her young friends Saturd uiight at the home of Mr and Mrs 1 jk Peterson All seemed to enj y themselves regardless of the hga ry din Several of the farmers are reporting their crops damaged considerably y the hardrain which fell Saturday nigl t Quite a number foem here attend id the Chautauqua at Lebanon during t ei past weekIThe store house and contents belon j ing to W T Phillips was destroyed y afire Saturday about 1 am Origin of fire unknown Miss Hattie Arnold is visiting at tl e home of Miss Dolly Cregor near Leb non 1P Mr and Mrs S M CampbelLpasstd tough here Sunday afternoon HMrs J D Peterson and little niec Golden Peterson are viqiting relative a w Nelson county this week i4rs H H Kimberlin is visiting hr parents Rev and Mrs R L Furdon ofSpripgfield Bro Walter Matnerly of Mackvill who is studying to be a inistte preached a very interesting sermon a taL Bethlehem Sunday as the regular pas torRev R L Purdom was absent MrJ Commordoie Adkinson has re n turned from Taylorsyille to whic place she was called on account of the tJTshirleyjIl spent a very pleasant day with Mr and Mrs G W Murphy Sunday Miss Susie Mouser of near Lebanon was a visitor at tht home of Miss Kath lepn Campbell Saturday night and Sun d ytJ M Coyle while returning tiaahis home lcm Springfield Saturda nighthad a very narrow escape from being drowned Whilehe was idrivina through a creek near his home the waters came down upon him with great force washing his hbrse and bugg down streamquitea distance the buggy being completely demolished and it was with great difficulty that Mr Cojjle was able to save himself and horse R L Lankford was in Louisvill one dayiaat week While there he purchased a carload of fine sheep which henow has foraal- eilrJacob Peterson sold to Mr Ray m rid Edwards ot Jenscint n his farm consisting of 110 acres R L Arnold was in Brumfi lt one Jay last week New was received here by Mrs R L j Arnold a few days ago announcing the death qt Mrs Sallie Cocanougher wife or Marion Cocanougher of Denton Texas Mrs Cocanougher was visiting at the home of her son Ernest awl wlyle there became very ill living only three weeks This new will be received with much regret as it will Ie remembered that Mrs Cocanougher was for merly a resident Of this county Granulated Sore Eyes Cured For twenty years I suffered from a bad case of granulated sore eyes says Martin Boyd of Henrietta Kyuln iFebruary 1903 a gentleman askedme to try Chamberlains Salve I boughtme box and used about twothirds of it and my eyes have not giyen me any trouble sinceThIs salve is for sale by The Led Haydon Drug Co Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it iKentucky Star Flour Best made The SUN1Tlia SMI and CourierJournal fLS8 I CEDAR GROVE The h sting farmers of this place are about rid ot the weeds and crops are looking promising Rev Sims and wife spent last Monday with Mr Dee Hardin and family Mrs Willie Lewis spent last Monday with her mother Miss Bessie Humes and Mr James liardin were quietly married at the borne of Mr Jake Humes Sunday af ternoon Mr Olue Ke linitand family spent Sunday night with Mrj W T Keeling and family r Messrs Ed Scott Charlie Trent and J andtSutidarat non and attended the Chautauqua Mr and Mrs Robert Chesser are re oi ing byej the arrival of a big boy Mr Tom Hardesty and wife of Springfield spent Sunday with Mr W T Hardesty ot Pohn Mr TJ Trent and family were at Willisburg Sunday The school at this place is progress ing1 nicely Messrsr George Calvin and Homer Hughes of Willisburg were callers at Pine Grove Sunday1 The two weeks meeting at Brush Grove conducted by Rev WiUSims closed yesterday morning and the ban tiairig took place atM ObeCheat hamspond Sunday morning Mr Jim Scott who has been confined to his room for the past five weeks with typhoid fever we are glad to report able to be out again Mr James Caldwell of Bowling Gretnj spent last Tuesday itigpJSltthe home of Mr W S Y Goodlett and family of Pine Grove Th re is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fail ing to cure with local treatment pronoun ed it incurable Science has prov n catarrh to be a constitutional disease nd therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure man ufactured by F Jk Cheney Co Toledo Ohio the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken inter t ally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tfye blood and mucous surfaces ot the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials ToledoOhioSold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Crusade Against Rats Denmark has a rat law The naigovernment is to spend 1600 year and borough councils 3s 3d per exterminateI destroyed amounted to i 103000I Kentucky Star Flour HERESTttt POINT If you are a business man di4you ever think of the field of opportunity that advertising opens to you There is 1studyyour store If you are not get ting your share of the business of your community theres a rtaso People go where they are attracted where they know what they can get and- how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in your advertising see 0 it that you are able to fulfill every promise you make You will add to your business reputa tion and hold your customers It will not cost as much to run your ad in this paper as you think If is the persistent ad vertiser who gets there Have something in the paper every issue no matter how small We will be pleased to quote you our advertising rates particularly on the year busi nesi J i L5 nWON HER BY WAJlilNG TI e plain tart stared Will Spencer ever In the tai that elep Raymond did lot love him and that Mrs Ray mon I had urgedbh sniit sail exerted her maternal Influence and eloquence until Helen bad consented t be his wife telling him very frankly that her hear was in the grave of her lover George Varhonu who had been killed in a railway collIsion nearly oneVear before Wi Spencer winced for he was rich verlcbbut then he put to the wou d that soothing salve I will win her oye when she Is imy wife that has vrecked so many lives thatIloveand le knew his own love to be strong arid ndiiring thoughtbittehers what will my Hfeibe W lie mutters stood in this unsatls factory state Mrs Raymond made a sugg don hI waut you tq go away for a month she said to him and let Hele i miss the constant devotion that she las had your betrothal Let her eel fba a void ha come Into her life and how dull aid cheerless It youlil be If she lost yjou The wed ding day is set fr June 10 and this Is Apr Stay awn until June It ave hlm the first really happy moment orlbls engagement when Hele said gently yet vriih a shudder- I cannot beaz to think of you on rail ay trains Will Write often that I may know you are safe He lips mjet his In a tender pressure such as a lovfngj sister niigut bestow but vith far more affection than she had ver before given Mm- Thn came a Iblow sudden sharp over helming He was Ina large west Til city when after night return Ing o his hotel a than on crutches askei for charity The voice was fa mum and ina shock of horror the face truck bin G orge Van horn r Ltt me ga Spencer the cjlppled recoAnlieyounow ybu nr comliig In here with rap Will said gently substituting his arm or one of tIe crutches hud enter Ing t le hotvl wpere he had a room He would not hit his guesT speak until he hid ordered a sUpp0r and made tolhimSe what t woman you make of me the poor fellow said You thought I was dead Ye All your friends think so It was a parnw escape and wonder v by I was spared Nine months In a iublic hospital have left me crip pled ind ircurably ill They would not keep rue after I could get about on ci utcbes but haye begged or starv d and it will not be for longj I wpv Id not let any one know for fear it wo lid pet totoHelnr- Yo i want to hide from her Ye yes What would her life be tied t mine You will pot betray me Spencer Bu you may recover No I should be only a wreck If I could but I cannotiWill Spencer litera not speak This man litcould only the s lence that would his wife And then true unselfish love triumphed IuSb will never marryme Will thoug t ruefully as he folded a long long tter but she shall not be cheat ed our of what little bappine life may still holdaO her He wrote too to Mrsf Raymond a letter that caused that respectable lady t grind her teeth but which she obeye packing her trun and accom panyh g Helen the Journey west ward It v as Will Spencer who met the two t the t and accompanied tiem 0 the boarding house where be kept BIrs Raymond the parlor after sending Helen upstairs alone It was Will t pen er whp smoothed away ev ery ifilculty epgaglng rooms for mothe and daughter ahjl quietly ef facing himself Geoige Vanhorn was resolute on one point he would riot marry Helen He bad n hope of recovery but If the un expect d should hjappen he would not rlst coining Helens life by binding It to his u Qh she wont cry hyamI to deserve the lOve of two such men Motbe It bumbles me to think how they ve me And by this loie her courage was Bustal cd thrbugl the three months when she and hr mother smoothed gravejper giving her u entirely but upon her le ver be lavh bed every kindness friendsblpIIt as three ysars later when he came lome from i European tour and called on Mrs Riiymond Mrr Raymond sit Is dettdt the servar t told him and Miss Helens Hvlnj in stre t Sbescome into somt noney from her uncle sir and Bjri she ne wou walt lawhih But In 4 few days a little note i ached himiIt vas iear of your ILIUIU Iff UUUJUCIIL WIlt npt come 0 she me I And whorl he vent he could not keep he love out of his eyes or his voice and shetlast Her eyes drooped gaze her cheeks blushel for blmher voice faltered with enderness And he had 1no se cret bidden from jher loving eyes no trtlub ry he would dread to have her litscov r 3 5I The M p 8 C and XVZcr ADYERTISINi A SGRIESOF TEN TALKS ON ADVERTISING N1 r written by Seymour Eaton of Phlladelphli 0 5 Never spring a big newspaper advertisement upon the public unexpectedly Make it an invariable rule to lead up by two orIthree nicely graded steps to the iniportanj announcement to be made People take a certain pleasure out of anticipation They enjoy their dinner all the more if they have been anxiously waiting to hear the bell But if you open up your morning newspaper and find blazed forth in big headlines the advertisement of something startlingly new you are stunned rather than interested If however for two or three days you have been looking for this announcement and each day getting a little more curious about it you get your self keyed up in anticipation and then ifthe announce ment is even better than you had imagined you stir render in a body Dont pay the United States government two cents forcaryinga letter or a circular worthless than two cents The average advertiser will shave off 15 cents a thousand on envelopes and a quaiter of a cent a pound on paper and beat down the printer in price so that he j is obliged to use a 30cent ink and by various other economies get his material ready for 6 a thousand He will then the government 20 for carryingjhis stingy badlypriiited cheaplooking 6 worth of stuff and pat himself on the back fpr being economical Dont waste gray matter on your competitor No matter how entertainingly he lies you go right on telling the plain blunt kind of truth thatmotherusec tomake Truth can be made far more entertaining than falsehood Dont be afraid to call a spade a spade t If the goods are shoddy advertise them as shoddy give good shoddy measure and charge shoddy prices There are tens of thousands of people who prefer shoddy i prefer to eat it to wear it to be entertained by it If you have news to print about your storesome call it advertising dont order twentythree styles of type with whirligig borders and a crazy badlyengrav- ed picture The mummer on New Years Day or the clown at Barnums may look funny but he couldnt make good on the road selling gold watches The advertiser has an idea that the more fool things he drags into his copy the more entertaining it is The clown has the very same idea The great thing in all advertising is not quantity of circulation but quality of your copy printed in a newspaper the readers of which are able to buy your goods Copyright 1903 Jby Tribune Company Chicago Kentucky Fair atcisr The following are the r holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1900 as far as reported Madisbnville August 35 days Winchester August 3r4 days Danville August 44 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville August 104 days Uniontown August 105 days Harrodsburg August 123 days Leitchfield August 174 days Lawrenceburg August 174 days Barboursville August 183 days Brodhead August 88 lays Shepherds ville August 183 days Ewing August 193 days Shelbyville August 245 days Springfield August 254 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 314 days daysTompkinsviUe daysBardstownHodgenville September 73 daysIMonticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 136 days daysBedford Protect Your families With Life Insurance We can furnish you with Insurance that selfsupporting in cesd of total disability and out 20 year contracts are guaranteed to pay out in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydo or Lee VahArsdalc representing the Southern National Life Insurance Co E T WIGGINTON General Agent Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite People who- M have partaken of our excellent service come back for a second serving Our prices are the most reasonable too and you can always de pend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention Call at this office and look over our samples to iissUEATrnE NMAcIIE RUNNINGNE z i r t aIf RotatShuttleSewing Machine write to THE NEW HIME SEWINI MACHINE COMPANT Orange MassMany sewing machines are made to sell retardleic quality but the New Hone is madatoweal Our guaranty never runs out Mold fey authorized dealers ealy EdM Russell SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN EWe earnestly request the patrons of this column to us whim you seU your stock etc so we cai discontinue the advertisement Vader this head all prsnwho are subscribers to The Sun may inaOrtree of Charge otherfarmLand forjsale or for rent not indluded but in serted in another department of the r ae vervlow rate for cash POSITIVELY noth inft butjhe above mentioned run fiuu wlF C L Gruhdy has for sale onet Ohio improved Ghesterwhite male hog and ten young Southdown ewes eighteenLambsI Ky wanti to buya ton of good cl an timothy hay t T Rite Clements Rt 2hastor sale i 1000 bushels ot corn k W D Ciaytjrooke gfi eld has for sale 700 feet of tobaccoibeds Will sell cheap C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale 350 feet of tobacco beds C H Montgomery Springfield his 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 50 c for 15 J H Allen Springfield has forsale 2yearbld colt Lloyd Havdon Jrv Rt 4 has fox sale Pekm Duck eggs 50c forsetting- of 15 R A Thompson Bredencktown baa for sale 400 bushels ofcconu alineJacksell worth the money Mrs J M Elder Rt 3 Lebanon 59cfurJ K Cheatham SpringfleldIias for sale a pair of nice mare mules well broke Also a pair of nice young jacka f9rsalealotMrs BL Litsey has for sale S C OrpinKtOILeo Nally Rt 2hftrfor sale Pftt Game eggs Setting pf16 for 50c or 3 for 125 Mrs CCChristie Lebanon Rt 3 haS for sale pure bred single comb brown Leghorn eggs 5f95OcS tits J I Martin Rt 1 nan for eggsFromof 15 From yard 50c for 15 ieg a A C Kimtall Springfield has for sale White eggs 100 for 15 W P Merritt Springfield has for cornThislast year Price 2 per bushel in ears W1r fittgtfnttn SEWING MACHINE 0 ROLLER BRARINcL- HIGH GRADE 1Avtemtic Lift SbybttYHig hOlleR thk M highgradesejS SfRONGfST GUARANTEED National SewinjMichIne BELVIDEJtB ILLINOISt I