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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t rt JoY vrwrTdrtiwSp4e I r r J in flthE VOTED ITO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY YILUME Y SPRINGFIELD KY I WEDNESDAY J AUGUST II 1909 NIMIER 3r sCA I e IIvDeath of Mrs Walker Mrs Anne Walker an old anti highly respected lady diedat the home of her brother Mr Wm Crume four miles below town Sunday morning Mr Walker had been in bad health forsome- time and recently mental troubles were added to her physical sufferingtthe eby shortenmg her life were interred on Cemetery Hill Monday Mrs Walkers husband did some years ago and beside her brother she is survived by several children w olive in Louisville Serious Accident Mr R A McElroy has receivnews- ef quite a serious accident suffered by his wife lastjweek Mrs is visiting her brother Mr James in Iowa and last week was by him in his automobile to bemftaken In the course of the to avoid one rut in the l fear ran into another one wheel and throwing the occupants of the car to the ground Mrs McElroy was the most seriously hurt having her arm broken above the elbow was immediately given medical attention arid is reported to be doing well The Sick IP Mrs Polin Edelen who was operated on several weeks ago at St Jo phs Infirmary for gall stones Is now i t the home of her soninlaw Mr W TV Leachman of this place and renains an a critical condition Miss Mary Tong who has beenI for a long time from typhoid feve isI greatly improved Her brother John A Tong is now ill however o the same disease Mrs Will Greene who has been quite ill at the home of her father Mr W rtillvery Revival Closes j The revival services which had been in progress for two weeks closed at the Christian church Sanday night slwereA P Finley the evangelist was he eI he preached to a large number of pep pie every service having been attend4d bvaudiences taxing the capacity oft e auditorium Mr Finley IP not only an earnest Christian but is also a scholarly and eloquent preacher and many regret that he could not have remained here longer j Court News Yesterday afternoon a jury m Judg Liitseys court found Hal Edelen nos guilty of a breach of the Toeace preferred by Mary Eliza Harris a sixteen yearold colored girl The evidence for the Commonwealth showed that Ede lens wife and the Harris girl were hav ing some trouble at a party given at Hals house Saturday July 31 when Hal got into it and struck the girl sev eral time with a piece of wood The defendant stated that he had ordered the girl to leave because she was sparking with his son a married man but that she refused and after wardbegan flghting with his wife when he hit her T Scott Mayes represented the Commonwealth and WF Grigsby the defendant Joe Pope of color was tried in Po lice Court Monday morning on a charge of a breach of the peace It was alleged by Debbie Stevenson the chief witness for the prosecution that Joe had fought with and abused her The defendant stated and apparently proved to the satisfaction of the jury that he was not the aggressor but that the fault was all Aunt Debs He was acquitted W D Claybrooke represented the defense while City Attorney W F Grigsby prosecuted yearI DIED AT BALTIMORE Wellknown Turfman and Business Man Passes Away Had Many Friends Here The article appended hereto will be read with regret by many people ot Springfield who knew Mr Forsythe when he lived here some years ago and made his home with Mr R A McEl roy Mr Forsythe want then in the lumber business and made many friends while here- Lexington Ky Aug 7J Will Forsythe one of the best known of the younger business men of this city and who a few years ago had a wide tu wind breder of MaryIlandoperation performed fcf a disease of the kidneys from which he had suffered for over a year Mr Forsythe was 43 years old was born in Shelby county Ohio and was the son of George Forsythe a prominent business man of that section About twentyfive vears ago the tamil moved to this county and made their home About ten years ago J Will Forsy the became interested in thorough bred horses and for several years was well known asr a thoroughbred breeder and turfman He bred Ballyhoo Bey which won the Coney island Futurity of 1900 He developed the coltas a gearing and sold him to the late W C BalIyhooor a ister of Ballyhoo Bey for a similar rge price He also bred and raced the 4 ood campaigner Bells Comm ner weet Grefchen Passion Flower and ther wellknown horses About six years ago Mr Forsythe re t red from thoroughbred breeding find r icing and had since engaged in the h siness of buying and shipping hard v dod timber on which he was consid eed an authority and in which busi cerItv ved by his wife who was before her marriage to him Mrs Nesbitt of She by county Ohio Two brothers Ernest andS muel Forsythe of this city and two sisters Mrs Louis Rumsey of Colorado Springs Coland Mrs WJR Woodward of Washington Courthouse 0 also survive Mr Forsy thes body will be brought to this city where the funeral and interment will probably beheld Monday Birthday Dinnerj On last Sunday the children grandchildren and greatgrandchildren had a homeJfIsay At an early hour Sunday morning they began to gather and by 11 oclock there were on hand thirtyseven in num ber A most bountiful ldinner spread and everybody bad a good time1j Although Mrs Arnold has been blind for twentysix years yet she enjoyed what her children thought of her in herj od age She is the mother of Mrs M Campbell of this place Four greatgrandjin Indiana Xt Notice to School Teachers The school teachers of Washington county are hereby notified to get the names of the school children who desire a free ticketto the Fair on the second dayThis matter must be attended to at ONCE in order to get the tickets issued before the Fair Send the list of names to THEO Cholera Infantum Cured Something like two years ago my baby which was then about a year old was taken seriously ill with cholera in fantum vomiting and purging profusely writes J F Dempsey of Dempsey a Ala I did what I could to relieve her but did her rio ood and foraltphYiician and Mr Elder recommended r Itrhoearemedy gave the baby ad se of the remedy It relieved her in fift en minutes and soon cured her entirely For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co POWER OF THE- COUNTRY PRESS I 1 Leon Westmoreland of Arkansas in an address before the National Edi torial Convention at Seattle recently specking of the Country Newspaper II among many other Rood things said that the country newspaper is greater- in its place than the Metropolitan Dail iesthat the country newspaper starts the fires of inspiration where the dailies would tall like a mist or shadow- Like a mighty alarm clock the country newspaper awakens the slumbering soul and encourages it on to real efforts of indefatigable persistence which finally result in real progress and powI ter He quotes the following a recent letter from William Jennings Bryan in which he gives his opinion of the country newspaper Mr Bryan saysI am glad to commend the work of country newspaper At this time when the great dailies are becoming more and more business enterprises Cooper Coomes Dead eI Bardstown Standard Mr Cooper Coomes a prominent citizen of this community died On last Sunday at his honjie near Chaplin his death resulting from aparalytic stroke on the Sunday previous Mr Coomes was aged about fortyseven years The funeral services were conducted on Monday August 2nd at the residence by Rev Father Pike of Fairfield interment theIChaplinccemetery was an energetic industrious popular man of genial friendly disposition much in tereated in all the live issues of the day tend to thee advancement an dil- tercstot the people of his home com munity or elsewhere At the time of death Mr Coomes was a member of tNelson County Democratic Execu Committee He leaves a wife and sons to mourn the loss of a de voted husband and father The sons are Murphy aged nineteen Clyde fif teen and Allen aged ten years three rather than exponents of opinion sad especially when a number of them Items become the property of various predatory interests the country newspaper increases in importance It can be owned by the euitor who edits It and therefore has behind it a conscie ce and a character that can be identIfieci In the second place it is close to the people and can give voice to thesenti ments of its readers We have to relyamore and more upon the country papers for the educational work that IB necessary to a correct understahdaiej of public questionsIThe country newspaper can obtaw its news from the metropolitan daily but it must doits own digesting andia terpveting There is a lot of difference between a man that writes what be M told to write and the man who writes when he believes he has a message ta deliver to hs readers Very truly W J Bryan brothers Frank Jeff and William Coomes of this county and four rters Mesdames John and Neil Mol4 laney and Miss Lizzie Coomes of Ioiiisyille and Mrs Leonard Bakerfofj Springfield Teachers Wanted The demand for teachers who haye been trained in the Western Normal greater than the supply The Fall Ses sion opens September 7th WritePresi dent H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky for information relative to free tuition Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a iii4 ers bite caused large deep sore cover his leg The doctors failed tfeea Bucklens Arnica Calve completely cured me writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme 25c at Haydon Robertsons ir1 GREATr lIi ERR VILLE 1AGST 8 1 203B16 PAYS t I tf It f FI r or Ladies The F a promises oar rhsis orevlous exhibit The Tug o War contest between Mackville and Perryyille teams laU rhuch amusement attracting much attention t SECOND DA VrGoverrior Augustus E Wjllson accompanied by all of the state OffiCiaIS will be present the second day i which insures an Immense xrbwd Also the 7500 Saddle Ring will be pulled off on this datb t r TRDD YThe climax will be reached the third day with the 150 Roadster Ring The inevitable goround anfe 2- i f V many other attractions qt t Jcc jtifi t k One Hundred Feet Added to the AmphitheatiI d s S r f J Plenty of good Music Ice Water in abundance and a good oldfashioned time for everjbpd COME- t t 4 i i i kili L i fit lt Dining Hall Facilities the Very BestvJ i i I tic d L s ir iL T it rT I I o G r nr t r s s r 4 I 2 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESD1 AUGUST n 1909 Itz- LETUSTESTYOUR it I EYES and lit GLASSES IN We Suit in the e z1 Plant Trees on Waste Places is the 7 rslogan the has with a view to mending the awful Waste which has the treatment of our for ested areas If timber cutting and timber waste goes on at the present rate said Sec retary of Wilson the other day who among other things- is the of the American Forestry and there is no for est in the we will- in or thirty years be a treeless nation Of coarse the United States will wake up some time on the subject of trees and forests There appears to bcon siderable ethical interest the country now but when wood be cOmes as Scarce and as high priced as it is in for instance today we can depend upon it that there will be a rush to plant forests because trees will be of more crop value than w eateven on the best land But it is on the waste unused places land thatis not tillable that should receiver the first tree attention There are Vast areas of such lands in the varying in ex tent from plots of a few acres to hugh tracts It would seem to be most un and for their owners to allow them to re main longer when they can be planted to trees The time is so far distant as the avpragfe man when the in creased price of lumber will make nec eary the of trees even on- god 1 Und The price of lands is every few yejars Col William S Harvey presi who has been the passage of the Reserve Bill tells me that within the WI We have just h ori the Line of 4Spectacles in I AIL elat est style Glass is and any style Rims We 4 can furnish yo4 the best grade oi goods 4at the Lowest Pies i0JEW BARGAINS WATCHES can You Everything in Jewelry li 11EbMaRUSSELZX4HZ1 t H4H4- TREE 1 r PLANTING ON WASTE LAND which American Forestry Association adopted characterized Agriculture James president Association planting meantime twentyfiye throughout Germany wheat considered planting aggregate profitable certainly unpardonable unproductive successfully not imagines planting agricultural timber doubling iallMworking for by Congress Appalachian Forest 4H44 brought Greatest Central Kentucky with past six years lands in the southern Appalachian timber regions hay j increased from 5 or 6 an acre to 5 and 20 Evan sat 20 and in spite f the fact that transportation is poor this land is considered good buy Hut the man who gets ih now and plants to trees any w iste land is the man who will have a b nk account all right when his forest egin to yield takes forty or fiftj yea s to grow IIt logs but it takes only twelve fifteen or eighteen yea S to gr w fence posts railroad ties and teleph ne poles and the prices or these are i creasing by leaps apd bounds The Forest Service at Was ingtqn is issuing a lot of little leaflets each descriptive of a tree species If you have a waste acre or ten of the i drop a line to Gifford Pinchot chief forester and you wilLget same advice hat may bihelpful Prtot your taxes the in onesgo to support the Govern ment Forest Service It is a host ad miraDle institution which ou ht to be twice as big as it is but if yo i have a patch of land which should ble in trees and which isnt you ought to ceciue to plant it and then go after the Severn ment and get at least your sbai e of return from your forestry taxes nd the Forest Service can tell you tnat tree planting does pay not only on waste landbut even oh good land where other crops could be grown How does the bllowmer statement of the gjrowing of Catalpa posts and poles on the Yag gy plantation near Hutchinson Jlvans strike you Catalpa may not be the most suitable tree for plantine in yourS section although it has a veiywide range but it is part of the ess the Forest Service to assist eve y far mstiIlot Catalpas in rich soil Dun ig the next twelve years the total cost of the tHtttitt I 1WantedHigh Schoolasid w it Grammar School Graduates tcrw iiiiiaaiii iiie Ambitious young men and women win be interested If inreading SGHOOLFAX a book issued by The Tribune 4containing the most complete information about all the 4 4 leading professions together with details regarding sorne 4 4 of the most prominent schools in the United States 4 4 It vill aid you in choosing Vour vacation and start 4 4 you on the road to success j4lSC1IOOLFAX is cif especial interest to parents con templating sending theirboys and gjrls to schools of any Wnature whatever T 44 We will mail this book absolutely free Fill out coupon below and mailto ScnooLrAX ropm523 Triffi t bune Building it tfitIti f VI t iw NameAgeAddress ii j I + I A r W School V Graromaripr4High School 4 1J tlti ffi 4When GraduateJ f 4 UW I t 4L fIJ t project including rent of land planting culuvathifi and even marketing was 26 M an acre The value of the crppj however was 31581 an acre iif net retu n of 228 67 or an averajrb annual r turn of 2155 per cre and with very little work qr worry Catalpa posts Sand poles are the longest lasting a cording to government forest ers of n1wood in the country and they are worth more today than they were in 902and they wilpbe worth far more twelve years from today than than they are now 1 The fa t that it is going to take ten Qr fifteenj years tp get trees into marketable condition shouldnt deter any elsensnlshalf growri to ties or poles that plantation as a part of the farm will be worth and bring its real cash value just as when a man sells his farm with a crop of wheat or corn halfjnade G EL At Prom The American jAg riculturist i j r GOD ROADS fExtract f om Address of HjA Sommer Before Good Roads Association Meeting The following is an extract from a speech deli ered by M1j4 Harry A Sommers at n meeting f the Kentucky Good Roads Assocation held recently ParIs From a careful reading of reports from variou State Roads Commisions and from the Public Roads Department of the United States Government I arh satisfied that the changing of a mud road toa good turnpike road incrases the value of land alongside of it not less than 25 per centV And I do not believe that vou farmers in Bourbon county or anywhere else in this favored section would have Sour turnpikes go back to mud rondo for 25 per cent of the pre sent value of your farms Let me tell you that the Blue grads people live in evennepayinicounties largely because they have turnpikes I have carefully gone over the Auditors last report ana I could name you ten Blue Grass counties which would ubt be revenue paving counties if they did not have turnpikes and I couldname you twenty npn revenue paying coun ties which would yield more to the State Treasury than thy draw out if theyhad turnpi es There is an thor reason why we should have Sate aidlm Kentucky And Chat is that Federal aid depend on State aid The sentiment in ibis country is growing so rapidly from year to year that it is only a question of a very short time when the United States Govern ent will appropriate many millions to aid in the corstruct ion of goodroa s It iijiot necessary to discuss the wisdom or justice of this The roads are entitled to as much consideration as khe rivets and harbors and the farmers las much as the people who live in thd cities iSeveral bills have been introduced jinto Conerress carrying handsome appropriations to road building Kvery one of tnem provides that the honey shall be distributed only to states which grant aid Adopt this amendment and Kentucky is in line to get its share of this money f when it comes Defeat this amendment and Kent cky is forever barred from sharing in I deral did We want Sta e aid to help counties which are too pior to build good roads without it for Ithe establishment of rural routes in hese sections of the Commonwealth and to jput them in this way into lose touch with the world We may want State aid to help the cause of public school education Many States haye adopted the consolidated school listrict plan where children are brought to school at county expenses Tht is impossible except wherethere are g ood roads Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Nev r Known to Fail I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar hoeii Remedy smce it was first introd ced to the public in 1872 and have ne er found one instance where a cure wa not speedily effected by its use I ha re been a commercial traveler for eigfi een years and nevSr start out on adp without this my faithful friend says H S Nichols ot Oakland Ind T r Forj sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co r l l rJ Af T 1 f 1 I t i TiJrF Will be interested in the organization of the r T r L i C r 1jL 1 rId I ii 2 tI i NationalIIf t t ft jJ tF iI trl ii = tt t Insurance11 iP Company M Believing that they WANt such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the Iamount of subscriptions to date The work of getting y subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are theamounts subscriptions for each week i First week August 2- S1QG96OOOH I Soldier Balks Death Plot It seems tp J F Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot ex isted between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down tp 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my hnalth poundsForHemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pneumonia its unrivaled 50c and 100 Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson DULY QUALIFIED C Proprietor of DairyHave you had any experience In this business Applicant I used to work in a pumj factory Why Suffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after imporI they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except tore Ilieve pain arid uiet nerv ous irritation We are never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to- Sick headache until we began using these PIUs and they have broken ithpm up lentlrelyj Dont think they have had to use tihem for six months- I recommend thcn tjo every one A few weekfa ago I heard an old lady friend was sick I went to see her She was down with LaGrlppe and nearly crazy with awful backache I gave her one of the AntiPain Pills and left another for her to take in a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be without them again Last winter my husband was taken with plucrlsy on both sides and I know he would have died If It hadnt been for tho Pills In less thnn half an hour he wasIsweating and went to bed and sleptor MRSG H WEBB Austlnburg Ohio Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only if It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind THE SHOW OF SHOWS 1909Jj I UNIGHTS DA YS 30000 PREMIUMS HORSE Slow AND HIPPODROME IN BUILDING PAVILI01lf DAILY RACES NATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 mbletilriinc1meetJfriend wrIIQuarterLO fr RAILROAD RATESFOB RMATiONCATALOGUEJDNTKY BLANKS ADDRESS J W NEWMAN secretary 320 Paul Jones Bldg Louisville Ky z 1IIIiII IIIRIIIIII THE SUN AND- LOUISVILLE i TIMES 3Sp PER YEAR IIIiiiiiiiiYEb- FGRATPROERJI9O9 THE R11Thr lEwtttttgppst YOUn SHAlE FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas tOIl who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MaplpTo 1909Full and Complete 4 Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of Printed in on heavy map paper It contains six pages 23x88 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O for the Evening Post for One Year at 300 or for Six Months at 200 by Mail This price only for those who cannot get The Evening Postdelivered d by Carrier or Agent Send for Sample and full description of giltheIsaac Shelby THE EVENING POST LoulnlHe E WlIIso SPECIAL PRICEAND THE WALL ATLAS WITH THIS PAP- ERS350 THE E T PER YEAR 1 THE PBI GFIELDSUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST ir 1909 r t Even aPoliceman cant keep folks away from the big W SINjTON COUNTY r H I IY AUGUST H 2526 H H 2728I Bring the ba- H hies The Baby ShOW will be one of the big features YOU CANT H KEEP EM- UUT r 3miK K S 1 J EMfNfiEEXCERPTS r Sayings and Doings of the r At Large Religion jSJ the best armour in the world but the poorest cloak =Ne ton Christianity is Spiritual in its sub stance but it is military in its meth odsEx How gref t a pity that we shout not feel for wh tend we are born into this world till just as we are leaving t Washington There are three kinds of people in the world the wills the wonts and cants The first accomplish everything the second oppose everything and th e third fail in every thing Anon I S Tudor of Kokomo Indiana owns a sevebeighths Guernsey heifer which gave birth at lID months of age tfa calf The report is authentic and is a record breaker Lebanon Enterprise Traifr your eyes to rest on the brig est spots in life Pass the darkness o the other side One of the sunni ist places ion earth is the spot mde sacied t by the hallowed influences of those we love in out own En terprise h1mesLebanon The question ot the individual com munion cup came up in the General A s sembly of the Established church n Scotland A resolution was passed ur gretting the introduction of thnov I and undesirable practice of the indivi dual cup t Western Recorder A young man who forthe first Jimi had an engagement to accompanyY a young lady to an ice cream supper wss much puzzled to know how much crea i to buy for her He finally had recqurs to his Rays Arithmetic and there fine jug one gal 4quarts wenthappil on his way believing he had solvedth problemWestern Recorder Never lose an opportunity of seein anything beautiful Welcome it i every fair face every fair sky ever fair flower and thank Him for it wh is the fountain of all loveliness an drink it simply and earnestly with all your eyes it is a charmed draught a cup of blessing =Charles Kingsley PUjtromones spirit always sweet and avoid al manner of petty anger arid irritability that is an idea as noble as it is diffi cult Edward Howard Griggs Laxative for Women Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should ofcathartics and altogether too powe- ful for the average person- A woman at all times needs on a mild laxative in fact none other needed by anyone Veak or strong thou they may be for the object is simply move the bowels and If a gentle laxative will do It what is the use of a violent one Dr CaldweUs Syrup Pepsin has earned a welldeseryed vogue among women a children and old folks people who mu necessarily be careful of what they take It is a liquid laxative tonic and admittedly the greatest stomach liver and peoplThea e drugiststo action make It an ideal remedy for women in constipation ttirpid liver sour stOI1 ach sick headache heartburn and such like digestive complaints Its use for a short time will remove the trouble en tirely so that future medication will be unnecessary Its tonic properties build the stomach and intestinal muscles that they act naturally again That is so is the experience of many heads of families like Mrs Brannan of Alvarado Va Mrs K L Stout of Louisville Ky and numerous others In fact way out in Williams cal as Mrs J E Blackmore of that lace writes the whole town seems to be using it If the remedy is new to you and you want to make a trial of It before buyin send name to the doctors addre as below and a free test bottle will be sent you Then If results are satisfactory y6u can buy it of your druggist tf there is anything about your ailment that you do understand or If you wa 3any medical advice wri o the doctor and he will t answer you fully Therein no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldgr Montlcellb For sale by The Bed Crow Drug Store A court in Vashington City recently fined a youn r man for disorderly con duct the ch irge being that he had played the patio arid sung after 12 oclock The judge said I want to impress upon ou that playing the piana inessthis cltyWcant live in a city Uke this all crowd d together unless every body has son ie consideration for the rights of his irf ighbors u fBlesswilderness thank God for long nights be thankful that you have bee in th P school of poverty and have und srgone the searchrnand testing of much discipline Take the right view o your trials You are nearer heaven for the graves you have dug ifyou ha e accepted bereavements in the right sprit you are wiser for the Josses you have bravely borne you are nobler fcr all the sacrifices you have willingly completedDr Joseph Parker It is needf il that we form definite plans and that ve concentrate endeavof specific end It isnot always need ful that we get what we seek anti it we are faith jl to the light we have and work with a consecrated spirit we may know th it we tan not fail if we miss only to attain something higher and better I uty is ours results are Gods It is fcr us tcj plant and water whatnshall be the increase Christian Lead ere You say yo ir grandmas dead my lad and you b wed down with woe to see her laid I eneath the mold believe you ought to g o and so you ask a half day off and y u may have that same alas that jgrannies always die when there s abase all game Last spring if 1 remenbei right three grandmas died for you an d you bewailed the pass ing then fouls so warm and trueI and then allot er grandma dieda tall and stately da ne the day they buried her there was fourteeninning game And when Ithe balmy breeze of June mong ire wi lows sighed another grandma closed her eyes and crossed the Great Divide they laid her gently to her rest besi le the churchyard wall the day we la nmed the stuffing from the Rubes fron Minnepaul Go forth my son and mo irn your dead and shed the scaldiig tar and lay a simple wreath upon yoi ir eighteenth grandmas bier while yo perform this solemn task Ill tote grand standgo and watch our pennant winning team make soup boiies oft e foe wa t Mason in Louisville Time Il There are two ways of fighting fever One is to dosj the sick peoplewith- quinine and kee the fever down The other is to dram the marshes and purify the water md cleanse the houses and drive the fe er out Try negative repressive religion and vou live but you will b an invalikTry posi tive vital reli fion and you will be lwellCoddling saints or capturing sin ners which should the preacher be doing is a striking way of putting a very practical question The ministry is set for the e ification of Gods peo pie and for th proclamation of the If ofrrthe saints hay tObEf petted and rnn after and cod lied to keep them in sYline Where th y expect too rhuchof thetopastor to try to meet all their desires The worst of it is hat thosjb who demand andtthey grow mig itilyl in their demands It takes a wise p stor in such cases not to do tot much fit resbYteriano f the South There is more Catarrh in this section of the country han all other disease s put together aid until the last fe incurableisnounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies ind by constantly fail ing to cure wit local treatment pro TioUnced it incurable Science has prov en catarrh to be constitutional disease land therefore mansedo Ohio is tme only constitutional cure on the mar et It is taken internally in doses rom 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blo systemn artoc and testimonials Address F J C ILNEY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggi its 7Sc Take Halls lamily i illsifor consti pation f MULES FOBFARM WORK Why a prDesirableAll mules are good mules if prop erly treated sacs a Tennessee breed er And there Is no necessity that any limitations of climate or latitude be placed upon them When owned and managed by unprejudiced people on northern faring they are as sa Is factory in that section as 1Tenn s lee Missouri or TexasJOf course where large tmPIme are s used and weight is an important factor In a team small mules will not serve But on the sugar planla tIon sot the south mules sixteen to eighteen bands are common acd though they hate less weight than tile raft breeds of horses of the sa rP height they draw as big a plow and break as much lapd in n day as aloe t of the heavy hqrse teams sUfethutexpensive And in the mutter of uie on southern farms or any others where careless management may be detrimental mutes are far mote desirr able than horses Of course the efficlen y of a team of mules in accomplishing farm work de A JENNET AND FOAL pends on the same actors as In thel horse teams thajt is quick movementl The average plow mule may be slow er than an average plow horse but there is no need that it should bee so training is what determines that In most cases and from my owi Jot riehce I should say that It is as easy to have a quick stepping mule tea asin horse team If a cotton or sag planter buys young mules and lean handsIsure a very slowYwalkiug team- I 0 ce had a four mule team that bit led to a wagon or two plows did as much work as any teanTin the r cinity I required that they were t be well treated and they were as sat to use accomplished as much work of any irmuS rsvthe best horse team and Ieost a fourthIess to iced And an other Important noint when I parted with the mules ar twelve or thirteen years old they se med to be really in their prime It is seldom that horses prove as durable Protecting Horses Frofri Flies To keep flies from horses take two or three small handfuls of green walnut leaves Over them pour hOor three quarts of soft cold water Let this stand one night and pour the whole next morning into a kettle Allow it to boil about fifteen minutes When cold it will be ready to use Nothing more Is necessary than to saturate a sponge before starting ourwith t team from the stable and with iquid go over those parts which are most affected Farm Journal I THE VETERINARY The following is an old fashioned remedy for caked udder Hub soft soap on the affected part until a lather is formed Repeat severql times until the hardness disappears Destroying Cattle Ticks Where ticks are found on cattle a sure way to get rid of them Is to go over the cattle with a sponge well moistened with crude petroleum Ke aln Potatoes For Worms If horses orcolts has worms try feeding them raw potatoes thinly sliced You will probably heave to mix the potatoes in with the grain at first to get the horses to eat them A few raw potatoes each creek are rood torJa horse at any time Caring For Nail Wounds nailw b sure to cut out a funnel shaped cavity as deep as the wound mid wake jt bleed ill it possibly will Then use a wish of water that is strongly scented with carbolic acid several times and beep the foot packed with oakum Cause of Reddish Milk Bloody or reddish milk may be caused by blows opt the udder or by inflammation from other causes and Is not uncommon In summer when food lncreasodflow of milk Lawsays If the d milk Is caused by congestion a saline laxative followed with niter a restricted diet and frequent bathing of the udder with very cold water is- uHcfutDr Michener In Farm Jour IDUfv Dr W F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 411workOffice over Haydon Barber IB D LAKEJ- i Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident eAOld Massachusetts Mutual always reliable theworldDR MW HYATT j OFFICE OVER THE RED GROSS DRUG STORE t SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFIC HOURS 1030 to 12 m i i 4 to 6 p m Dr J CMudd SPRINGFIELD s KENTUCKY OFFICE 6 J HAYDOSs Office Hours 8 to 9 A Ml to 2 p M J H LAMP TON M D SPRINGFIELD KY HouseII No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS- NURSE c TELEPHONES Day 9FNjght 109 t SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW SpringfieldKyIWill practice ia the courts of Washington a Appeal1nd CO McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In ail State and FederaljConrta I YBROOKEresTTYATLAW lsy i otWasbInfrlmdn peals r MARSHALL DUNCAN iLAWYEReSpringfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice in the spurts of Washl1gtoD and counties and in court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 Dr W R MORGAN Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist PERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable in Springfield 3eJOHN Y MAYES jAndLicensed Embalmer KENTUCKYIt orBest Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone hay ply Night 74 IIIiIIIIIT THE SUN ANDtroth pn pers 1 yr Bryans Commoner 1G CourierJournal 150 Weekly Herald lEO 150I10LSemiWeekly St Louis Repubhcl75 SemiWeekly St Globe L75ThriceaWeekHome drid Farm hlAmerican Agriculturist 175 American EpitbmistJ 150 American Farmer 150 225cPuptryFarm and Fireside 125 Farm Field and Fireside 175 326n400fsHarpers Magazine 436 s Weekly 435 Sunny South v 15P VVV Cures Scab MaeCuts 8 Soson all Live Stock ALLDSEASEGERMS KILLS ALLKINDS OF LICEAND PARASITES W Have in- Stock i e cimoi17 Drugstore Notice Poultry RaisM Now is the time of theTJyear to feed your Jowls a good tonic R41144 cures Cholera Gapes Roup Canker mid Limberiieok When fed as apreventive it not only keeps themhealthyput makes them lay 5c no cure 9 no pay Guaranteed by yi ur druggists CrossPrugStQreof poultry ElsaSubscribe lfFtIUII I1 lImiiIIIXI lrl 1 I I1WDI CLUBBING RATES rWITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 3 50 tThe Sun and the Daily Jptfrter Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 ComerJ 878TheCourierJournalany three in the week six 30The80TheHerald One year 3 52 The 8PosttiJiltIUlII1t lliPlll 179imt IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or Springfields Choice MANUFACTURED BY J W JAR HOE CO Highest market price paid for WH- EATSlogans lFREE S ewing Mackine runs ligliter than any other FREE lasts longer than any other FREE ismore beautiful than any other 11JFREET i Las less vibration than any other cJf FREE is easier to operate than any other GfmJEE malceaamoreP perfectI stitch than any other t FREE is the best of all c mjbined in one FREE SEWING MACHINE CO CHICAGO li ILLINOIS a ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent SpringfieldKy r1 dp THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST n 1909 MISS THE BIG JWashInt n County Fair1 J 1J 0I TO BE HELD AT SPRINGFIELD K- Y4AUGUST 2528O94Show Ring and Floral Hall Premiums fcigger than ever Good Band Plenty free attractions each day plenty of Refreshments of every kind to be had on the grounds Everybody lay aside dull tare and come and enJoy yourselves for one week LIVE STOCK EXHIBITS M YEARS Ladies Free First dar School CKil pen Free Second day jFor further information or ca alogue write THEO CAMPBELL Secretary Springfield Ky PRINGFIELDSUN l1i1811ED EVERY WEDNESDAY fq SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance r H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SpringfieldmailS as secondiIass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i r r f oe yelUIIhai all1oo r7W- xMontha 1n0I Tkree Month i 25 The following editorial was taken from the Taylor County Enquirer of date August 5 Mr John W Lewis will have many things to explain when he begins cam paigning in the dear old counties of Washington Marion Taylor and Green Since he began to dabble in politics and- lawsince he began strenuously to ex ercise his free citizenship and free speech he has aone and said many things that to say the least look awk ward and sound unreasonable therefore the people have a right to expect and demand an explanation now that he desires employment in the public service The things that Mr Lewis has done arid said may be the children of hdnest desires that is he may have done and said these things believing that he was ijonestly serving the people and we who love justice and hate ingratitude would not too severely condemn him until he explains from the stump these awkward and unreasonable matters that now incline the minds of the people against him The voters of the counties of Taylor and Green specially of the county of Green would have Mr Lewis explain among other things the why and the wherefore of his suit in the Green Circuit Court in which he demands against the taxpayers of that county more than thirty thousand dollars 30 000 00 for an alleged service in connec tion with the C 0 Railroad bonds issued by Green county Since the Supreme Court of the United States has declared that the bonds were validan explanation is certainly due from Mr Lewis to the voters of Green county in simple justice to them as well as to their wives and children In these two counties of Taylor and Green the people have been under an enormouS burden for many years and there are few men acquainted with the circumstances attending that bond issue and subsequent developments who do r notsympathize with the poor struggling taxpayers of those counties The honest farmers ot Green and Taylor counties have resorted to every legitimate means to relieve themselves f of this very peculiar and miserable bur- denfl The Green county people employed VMr Lewis to fight the matter in the icpurts subsequent events indicate that t t wiIDlmOCratl Ticket CIRCUIT JUDGEI in Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C 8 Hill c f Marion County R REPRESENTATIVE Di COUNTY JUDGE4B L GrahamI COUNTY CLERKW F r CIRCUIT CLERK =Root Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFFS An erson SCHOOL SUPERINTEJ DENrJiW Bush JAILERGeo D Ca tlett r ASSESSOR W T Mitchell CORONERDr W Crume SURVEYOR WG Roberts Try Kentucky Star flour So good the employment was an unfortunate one He has come baci to the people of Green county empty handed with no word of cheer or h pe for a brighter dayv And yet he ha sued the county for 80 60400 a sum he contends is not too large for an a leged service that brought no benefit tie insists in that excitable and threat ning manner that is distinctly his that the downtrodden and heartbroken tas payers pay to him the fabulous sum of 3060400 for his unfruitful words bef re the tribunals of the country THIRTY THOUS ND DOLLARS Think about it A k ngly ransom from- thetaded jeans of th j toilers of Green county A reaching out as it were with the hand of ava ice to grasp the penny purse of thet iler What will Mr Lewis say when the citizens of Green co inty interrogates Why do you try to ake from me the meager savings coined from the sweat of my throbbing broJto contribute to a fund of 30l60400 Co be turned over to you as pay for a service you did not render What will he say to the good housewife when she says to him You would force me to turn over to you my lit 4e savingssayings that came penny at a time through unceasing toil by night and by ddy through the sunshine and the rain you would relieve meof these savings without offering promise for the futurea gleam of hope in the light ofwhich J might see a small chance that m some dista t day an Unjust burden would be lifted from my humble home To pay Mr Lewis this 3060400 tins princely ransom +would mean many cruet hardships on the people of Green county The new stilt of clothes the new dress and not afew of the ordinay comforts of the humblest home would poormanswould ache for the little boy when she called him in the early hours of the morning from his slumbers to send him forth to toil for Mr Lewis in the blaz ing heat of the summer sun or the bit ter cold of winter when he would return to her with the shadows of evening his little head throbbing and his little limbs weak with weariness there would come from the very depths of hat mothers soul the wailing cry Great God what manner of man is fiis yokeY upon- t le neck of infancy Mr Lewis would collect 3060409- from the poor people of Green county t ouglk n doing it he bring gaunt deso I bon to many homes nf order that he palatialImell tact to defend these suits and any o hers that might be brought on a con t ngent fee of five per cent of what he n ight save the county in such suits or tat might be controlled and settled by the successful defense of the suits In 1906 wile the test cases were still p nding awaiting final decision in the t nited States courts Mr Lewis as s med that the suits were as good as beIupon uccess suit against the county to enforce mi ni ediate payment of 30604QO being fie per cent of all the bonds 250 0 000 and all the accrued interest on b nds and coupons making an aggregate 827090 he gave credit for 75000 and demapdedjudgment for 3060400 He has kept this suit on the docket f om term to term even though the- t st cases were finally decided against tl e county his defense against the b nds was unsuccessful and judgment- those particular cases has been rend red for 19791372 In June 1909 Mr Lewis after these judgments in tl e test cases filed an amended petition in the Green Circuit Court in whicn he g snerously offered to dismiss his claim tt commissions on that 19791372 and aj am demanded judgment for five per ct nt on all the remainder 429176 28 w ich would make his fee TIOW claimed- o ly S21i45881 for saving the county- n thing At the same time that this amended- p tition was filed he made a motion for a ontinuance of the suit until the next t muntilafter the election When jhe attorneys for the county nude a motion to have the case tried- b fore a jury he was so afraid the trial rh gkt come before the election and his dc mands be publicly exposed that the- a ended petition was immediately with d wJlLater however on the same dsv it was again filed the same motion motionbtli e whole matter on his moat earnest pi wading continued until the next term He has not abandoned his claim he d esnt wantthe people of Green tour tj to know just what he is demanding o them until after the election he does- n t want a jury to decide his case- In spite bt Mr Lewis and his efforts t postpone a hearing on his suit until a ter the election a jury of all the vot e s of Green county willirj November n xt have an opportunity of saying adtney will say in thunder tones that they do not want such a man to be their C rcuit Judge for Bixyears that if they rr ust protect themselves from his aspmg avarice they prefer to fight Ig as a private individual and not as iDalmw r CI = A Word to the Farmers t 1 The farmers of the blue grass coun raisedthecntsto nine and a half From nine and a half to sixteen cents in 1907 and in 1908 cut out their crop because the American Tobacco Company claimed to have a seven years surplus on hand That surplus is used up arid the 1907 crop sold at seventeen cents jper pound And now when it is allover but the shouting the farmers of Washington county join hands with the American Tobacco Company in a Loose Leaf Mar ket to oppose these sam farmers claiming they can get twelve cents per poundin this way With seventyfive per ce tof the Burley people pooled we cm demand any price Say we demand only eighteen cents that would bring into Wash ington county this years 300000 more than it sold at twelve cents If fal mers are as anxious to make prices as to take them thuy will get into one of the organizations at once or make one of their own The latter would perhaps be better as you might choose a president from YOU ranks who would work for fame instead of salary W A CLEMENTS Chairman Board of Control Secure a Certifica Under the law the west n Normal has the poa erto issue the ELEMENT ARY CERTIFICATE the I TERME DIATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitl the hold ers to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years arid for life respectively without further examination Intormation as to the amou t of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired A dress H H Cherry President Weste n Normal Bowling Green Ky Kentucky Star Flour Bes made Contract Letting Rids Wanted Contracts for the Building Grading and Putting Metal on of a n w Turnpike running from the Mac yule and Willisburg pienear the Cro s Roads Washington county Ky to he same pike near outrto the lowest and best bidder Saturday Sept 4 1909 at White Hall School House Theroad to have a four en foot grade and a twelve foot meta To be let out by the quaitermile L Persons desiring to put in t ids send them sealed to ROBT RILEY Prts 6f Road Sr A J IOTTOM VinPris c August Specials Six Bars Big Deal Soap25c Six Bars Red Wrapper Soap25c Seven Bars LenoxSoap 25c Six Boxes Matches25c Fruit JarsP1Ots50c- Fruit J Quarts60c Fruit Jars onehalfs 75c MCELROY SHADER Free Tuition htJ J All eligible persona rtre entitled to free tuition in the Western Kentucky State Normal School The Fall Session begins September 7 1909 Write Pres dent H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Revolts at Cold Steel Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They nt Appendicitis cure Constipation Head ache 25c at Haydon Robertsons ooooooooooooooooooobcoooooO FARMERS BANKi Incorporated Mickvillt Ky CAPITAL15JOOO00 SURPLUS PROFIT 300000 Wei offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is coi bankingThe oniiisDirec ors must men ability as well as integrity as they are affaIrsWestrong institution and are anx ious to serve you J B PETER President VPresaentIDIRECTORS J B Peter Elvin Birch J T Sweeney Dan Mcllvey J II Russell James Cochran Qeo W Powell C Shewmaker J W Best Bv G1atherly JW Arnold SS S1SISIS1SSIS1S SS4SISISISIS DoYouWanttouyaFarn priteWtAbout 100 farms in our hands Sit partial list below Springfieldplents of water all under good fence Price 50 per acre F twodwellinggrass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres t mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two ncePriceNo 486k acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling Y allkindsgrass Price 3500 No 5 128 acres 7 lid12 mile from pike 6 4 oftlmbel45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling12 acre tobacco barn fine stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Pnce 85 per acre houseStobaccoland Price 40 per acre dwellingfruit plenty of water Price 2500 fibniLoretograss except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural landPricesixroomunder good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 LAKEBOSLEY 4wT i eII I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST II 1909 rtrfDr GTi Billion 1 RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extractedwithout CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky once in Hilton Block up stairs Local NewsNQtes I Two in hammock Tried to kiss Q ckly landed ISt a l1snr Several interesting correspondjents were left out this week on account ofI arriving too late Did you see our list of August Spec vials They are money savers Bring in your eggs and get some of them MCELROY SHADER e The very best laundry work at the same price of others at The Red Cross Drug Store The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will serve dinner on county court day in OCtoberji WANTED Bring us your EGGSC BUTTER BACON and HAMS MCELROY SHADER r School Tax for the year of 1 909 Was due JulY1G Wharton Treas If you are going to buy aWheat Drill dont fail to see the Thomas A full carload of Birdsell wagons just arrived l See them Buy them Sold V A C bytcJ The Fair will soon be here want to bake Premium or Bread dont forget to use White Pluir e or Royal Patent Flour Either one wil help you do It Found only at MCELROY SHADERS Feed your poultry a good tonic to keep them in a healthy condition This means more eggs more rapid grp that the young Enterprise Poultry Pow 1J der will do it Sold by ROBERTSONfESTRAyA red sow weight about 250 pounds strayed on my place about l a week ago Owner may have same by paying for damage and keeping and this advertisementaW P MONTGOMERY fake your clothes to Links Ray to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed Try Kentucky Star Flour its made hkegraridfatherusedtomakeit FOR SALEA latestmoM No 5 Oliver typewriter This machine is in firstclass condition having been used only three months For further par ticulars and terms apply at this office WANTEDTrustworthy man or woman in each county to advertise receive or ders and manage business for New York Mail Order House 1800 weekly posi tion permanent no investment required Previous experience not essential to en i gaging Spare time valuable Enclose self addressed envelope for full particu larsADDRESS CLARKE Co Wholesale Dept 103 PARK AVE NEW madei Kentucky Star Flour Best t Acid Jar Caps and Rubbers Parafine Wax Fruit JarF and eve y thing needefor panning and Prese v ing at McElroy Shaders Any intelligent person may earr a good income corresponding for news a pers experience unnecessary Seid stamp for full particulars Empire Press Syndicate t N Y The Childrens MissionBanoof Plea ant Grove will serve Ice Cream at the home of Mrs L M Gregory on Thu day Aug 19 from 4 to 10 p m Every body cordially invited to attend Hello that lOcEnamelware assort ment is almost gone That left hov ever is Al M come in and get yours MCELROY 8t SHADER Refreshments will be served at the C6urt House on Thursday the 12t from 303 to lOOOp m The proceeds fIrtheprimars Valley Hill and Poortown a first bas man mit Finder please return t Thompson Bros Litsey Ky Attention of the Democratic vote of the county is called to the conventio be held in each Magisterial on next Saturday to nominate Democratic candidates for the office of Magistrate Conventions Will be called to orde promptly at 230 p in standard time 1 STICKT TE Fly Paper the stickier ever There isa doublesheets for 5c dlfferencelThre kSpringfield Lodge No 50 F A M will meet in stated convocation Mon Aug 16 All members are re quested to be present as Important bus inessYi1lcomc up By ordefof the Master of Kentucky E S MAYES Secretary t WM M HAGAN Master S M Campbell reports county court day in Bardstown last Monday as being very well attended and several head of stock on the street About 50 Head of hogs all sold good Several head cows calves selling from 20 to jij Mr J W Eddlemanhas sold his arm the tZiQn neighborhood to Mr Hugh Grigsby for a consideration of 3250 The farm consists of 58 acres of fine land Mr Eddleman will probably buy a farm near Springfield A number of the farmers of Wash toIened earlier than usual and some tobacco was cut the latter part of last month There is a large Crop in this county this year and it is to be hoped that it will be goodas the tobacco crop means a great deal to Washington co- untyFORSILLE I desire to sell my farmof 193 acres lsituated about 2 mijes below Burks Distillery on Hardins Creed 4 miles from Loretto 4 miles from Manton 6 miles from StrrRose on the Elizabeth road Good tobacco land 16 acres bot tom land 100 acres of grass between WantfC G SMITH Springfield Ky Rt 5 THE SUN and TIMES 350 Building While we are here why not see us about a nice Brick 1 Dwelling Ul m upLV date Business HouseTe are in a position to give you a much better price so long as we are located in Springfield Come and see us at any rate and lets talk it over Krueger MillerBuilders of the New Baptist Church EEF rrEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEbEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEF M t A FirstClass Watch l Accurate TimeKeeper Fully Guaranteed t n n3 3J SOUTH BEND fI3 3 3 3 T JAMES JR GRA VES iWatchm ker and Jeweler Springfield Ky EiFFEEfFEEfrSEEEktEEEEEFEfrEEEEEEfrEEYrEEEFEEEEEEEEEEE Ii J 1 tW 4fWJi j GRAND CLEARANCE SALE tt 1 i IOf ail Summer Goods now going On at I ITHE BIG STOREW- ei 3 have just finished taking stock and find that we have on hand TOO MANY SUMMER GOODS Viand we propose to sell them i PREGARDLESS OF COST t 1 t Space will not permit us to mention but a few oft e many bargains being offeredt 3t Ladles Muslin Underwear at Cost Dollar Corsets for 59 cents each + Ladies lingerie waists at bargain prices + Silk and Satine Petticoats at Cost Kimonas and wrappers at cost Few Silk waists at halfprice I The Robertson laYbrooKe Coe SPRINGFIELD KY = Ia d J a j j t j j t + ++ + +SL + + + tfM = t I11l 4u aaAtH a IWISPHINGFlELp TEETH Pain or Danger in this office is first Allclass and just as advertised tt1ARANTEED Over 3ICElroy 8 Shadera Grocer OOOOOOOQQ o a 0 I Personal Notes t f r3 0- n Visitors In and Out of TownA 0- n Round Up ofthe Weeks Q o 1Personal News 0- o Q o aaaa ooQ OQO Miss Anna May and Valeria Har destytof Eminence are visiting Mr and Mrs P J Thomas this week Miss Veola Brown is the guest 01 her sister Mrs N B McClasky of Bloomfield Mrs Katherine Neal and daughter Miss Elizabeth of LOUIsville are spend ing the week with Mr and Mrs F R Neal Miss Mathilde Brown of Bards town is the guest of Mr and Mrs D R Litsey Miss Miranda Tucker left last week for Oklahoma where she will visit rela tives for several months Misses Mary and Louise Haydon have returned home after a visitto their aunt Mrs T A Spalding of Bardstowm- Messrs T Leachman T I Mc Elroy T C Campbell J F Pettus Ben F Sjmms Ben F Simms Jr J R Wharton Henry Keene R A McElroy Drv G T Burton Mr and Mrs J H McClure and Mr and Mrs J W Tucker attended the fair at Dan ville last week r Miss Maxie Duke Oldham after a visit at the home of MrC L Price returned to her home in Bloomfield Monday Mrs Palmer Goatley and Miss Mattie Tucker have returned from Mich gan City Ind where they haye been for several weeks Miss Sallie Pope of Louisville is the guest of her mother Mrs Mollie Pope Messrs L0 McCarty and Gar land Cunningham spent Sunday at Tat ham Springs Miss Louise Barber has returned home after a visit to Miss Ethel Goodin of Lebanon j Messrs Joseph Edelen Louis and Ernest Henchie of Louisville ire visit iting at the home of Mr Gregory Ede len Miss Laura Baker spending the week with eruncleMr Joe Dawson of Marion county Mss Margery Wall and Mr Frank Wall have returned to their home in Nashville Tenn alter spending sever al weeks at the home of Mr Ben F Simms MAN OTH- ERBargains COMEAIIf IIiCORPOIIATED1 Misses Frances Mart n and Laura May Brown are visiting fri rids and relatives in DanVIIJe1Miss Margie Isham of Harrods burg is the guest of Miss Wolly Qr of near town gorI Mr Evan Hagan lef Monday forI a several days stay at Griffin Springs Mr Arthur McGill ajid Miss Nell McGill spent a few days t weeK with Mr and Mrs C C Cambrn of Leba non intlLexington GiIGoodinfrom a weeks stay at Tatham Springs Mr and Mrs Jesse Ra ier have returned to their home in Ba dstown af ter a visit to Mrs Rapiers parents Mr and Mrs CL Price Mrsy F Trusty nd sons are visiting Mrs Alice Mille of New Hope Mr and Mrs Deboe Brady are at French Lick Springs for a several weeks stay Miss Margaret McElro of Kansas City Mo is the guest of r and A C McElroy MrsII is11theMisses Mary and Lucy iJrowh were in eb nonTuesday Mts Nannie Lea hm n and Miss Ella Duncan are visiting relatives in Bloomfield Mr Pat Kelly and Mr md Mrs J1- W Kelly and little daughtei spent Sun day and Monday at Tatham Springs Mr and Mrs R H J haderhave returned from a two we ks stay in Detroit Mich 5 Miss Nellie Woodward of Louisville is nursing Mrs will G eene Mrs C R Johnson of Eminence Ky is visiting at the orne of her brother Mr J A Boulwam 4 Mr Will Greene who left for Wind sor Mo several weeks go for the purpose of engaging in buss ess at that place has been called home y the serious illness of his wife LMrsJohnJenkins of Bloomfield visited the family of Mr G D Duncan yesterday Miss Llllie May Campbe ljs visiting her grandparents in Boyle cr urity a cou pIe of weeks Misses Virgie and May M ayes are the guests of their rs Jennie Thompson in auntfMrs Eyerett Miss Luqy Selecman will go ille in the morning to spend several days White in the city they will stop s t the Seel bach Mrs Oscar Walker Mrs Monroe Cecil Mrs J W Kelly Mrs J Y Mayes Mrs Pat Kelly Mi and Mrs Richard Kelly Misses Josie Lee Julia Parrott Mattie McGill and Pearl Goat ley and Mr Spalding Cleme ts have returned from a weeks stay at Tatham Springsi Jft tt One lot Ladles Tailored Suits and Skirts at Half Price Ladies Tailored wash Suits at special price of 39810 btBLEILot of Lawns for 5c to close out Regular price lOc c tBargains in Nainsooks Long Cloths and other white goods Special prices on Table Linens Napkins and Towels Lot of Remnants d Odds and Ends at your own price ti1tGt fo T The New Drink of The Season Fay Tazdrink The that helps you think j The drink of the fans Rich Red and Racrr FANTAZ IITFAN TAZ the Penant winner FAN rAl The hit of the season LTry it and find out ITS SPARKLING and EXHILARATING TA- Katie Hertlein Bros Iceless Soda Fountain Fredericktown PicnicThe i i hold their annual picnic on the shady grounds surround Ing the church on Saturday Aug 21 1909 They would like to meet all their friends there Numerous attrac Lions will make it a day of good innocent fun for the children and all will be served A fine copious Dinner with plenty of Re ress of the healthy kind Order arid quiet will fcje guaranteed as of other year There will be a Brass Band the best in the county to enliven it all anda String Band has been invited to assist the Colored People on the Dancing Floor i Besides enjoying a diY of fun yerA GOOD CAUSE About 5O in GoldW- ill bf given to the lucky winner THE COMMITTEE Ii 1 Ii MrlL F r j 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST II r 1 f ftpIt 1 11J ICct 4 E j i t gL it i b i 4- t t r t 1r4 j sY l Paidi T f f s A I Young ManYoung Lady v S 4i-Lf l gou you like a trip to the Kentucky State Fair If so here is your chance The Kentucky Farmer a high lass weekly agricultural journal published at Louisville Ky will furnish a free to to the fI Kentuck State Fair the week of S er r3th to 19th including railroad fare both ways two nights lodging and breakfastsi in a firstclass boarding house lone at the fair admission to the grounds two days and nights and street car fare to and from yi f 4 same and a years subscription to he Springfield Sun to any young manor lady livingik fj cures 12 subscribers to The K entuck Farmer at roo each or who hues between 50 and too miles of Louisville and secures r subscribers or who lives between o and ro miles of Louisville and secures 18 subscribers or who lives between r o and 200 l 1c miles of Louisville and secures 20 s bscrlbers f JirfiBeginino- 1 S r v J Grown persons may also take advantage of this offer vvrv v vJ r r 3J vfeiV The State Fair is magnificent i and entertainingIfs fail itHrinr to see It j 7 JJ1 iCut o at this advertisement and end it with the list of subscribers to v ffe y4g THE KENTUCKY FARMER5 3l fx V 322 Paul Jones Building LouisvillerKyi SiW H fpf 1r t i tr i f1Ii I fT BSBSf I i h cr tJ iiIbiii1bd iIw3 ItY1b3fliw1 ltwlrtKI llt li Sj wt I= p FOR THE HOUSEWifE Sweet Cucumber Pickles Slice the cucumbers and lay In strong brine for three days then drain andlay In fresh water for a day Line arrangeIthe cucumbers in it in layers strew ing a pinch of alum over each layer I Cover with cold water put over the top layer of cucumbers three layers of the grape leaves fit on the lid and steam the pickles at the sidebf the range for six hours Drain and throw Unto cold water and when firm drain again and pack into jars Fill each jar with boiling vinegar that has been seasoned with a cupful of sugar to each quart eight black peppers eight whole cloves six blades of mace and six allspice Seal the jar while still overflowing Set aside several months to ripen before using Profuse Perspiration 1Some of its most unpleasant effects II be allayed by bathing the parts affected with a lotion made of one part 6f boraclc acid to twenty of hot water Boracic acid in the form of powder may also be dusted on the i akin and will be found a valuable = rtoragent In overcoming the trouble Sleeves which are too tight either along the arms or in the armholes frequently occasion excessive perspiration of the hands For the latter use a spoonful of ammonia in the rinsing water and then before putting on gloves bathe the pilms with the following solution Pqwdered alum one halt an ounce boiling water one pint Spirits of ammonia pne teaspoonful Fifteen ripe tomatoes five bunches of celery two cupfuls of sugar one and a half cupfuls of vinegar one ta btespoonful of salt one teaspoonful of mustard one teaspoouful of ground cloves one teaspoonful of ground allspice one teaspoonful of ground cin namon one feaspoonful of celery seed and one good sized red pepper Chop the celery peppers and tomatoes to gether then jmix all the ingredients and boil slowly one and a half hours This will be found delicious with any kind of meat and will keep well if sealed up in bottles with parffln melt ed over the corfc Handy Picture Hanger Illustrated herewith Is a handy pic ture hanger that can be adjusted to any size erf frame The device is of wire and the body has a loop at the T ele eleielelelell eI WEEKLY j COURIERJOURNAL t Henry Watterson Editor l Is a national Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without i fear or favor The rt fclar 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Week of September 13th to 18th inclusive The marvelous piece of work accomplished d in Qthreelargest most useful and most beautiful show pavilion in the world and a permanent grand stand of steel and concrete construction were erected a model half mile race track was built and some forty or more buildings of a more temporary nature for the house ing of all livestock agricultural ho ticultural exhibits etc were completed is fresh in the minds of those who witnessed last years exhibition With the addition of beautiful road ways flower beds and installation of electric lights in the pavilion for the use ofvhorse show and hippodrome performances in the evening the grounds will present a grander and more brilliant spectacle this year In nearly every department the number ofasclasses have been increased and more liberal prizes are offered This i s especially true in the beef cattle and poultry departments in each of which the total money offered is probably thirty per cent larger than last year The special prizes are much more attractive and represent a great value than ever before Thehonor an prestige of winning many of thes trophies is infinitely greater than th intrinsic value at the prize itself The specials listed include the Highland Home cup which is donated by Gay nfinestAmerican saddle horse breeders as sociatidn trophy for registered stallion FMontgomeryfered by Ball Bros Versailles Ky for the finest and best stallion mare gelding any age by Montgomery Chie- the 1000 Kentucky farmer saddphorse futurIty for saddle bred Is of 1909 the only saddle horse futurity in existance which closed April stgowith 225 nominations the commls siprier of agriculture saddle horse special value at 200 for the best five gaited saddle stallion mare or gelding three years old or over a handsome givenbythe Dr lIcChocd cup for the best of jack stock offered by Mr herdI Hayes of Bloomfield Ky the id silver trophy offered by the America Berkshire Swine Association for best young herd of Berkshires exhibited by Kentucky breeder which Is the cov- ed et honor of the show ag1gregateCommissioner Rankin for all the lea Ing standard varieties or poultry a silver cup donated by Mr F H Being h r foe best exhibit cf Kentucky bred poultry specials by the Southdown Hampshire and Oxford Sheep Record Association for exhibits of purebred sheep they respectively champion and the American Angora Goat Breeders Association special for the best of registered Angora kids fiockI In the cattle departments the consideration for specials is the est and the classification most extensive The American Shorthorn Breed ers Association and the American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association have each donated 750 for pure bred cattle of these respective breeds one competitionand remademanagement would set apart 1000 in premiums for each of these breeds which was done thereby making a total of 1750 for each breed This Is the largest amount ever offered for an11stateag gregate prize fnoney at any exhibition in America thjs year with the excep tion of the natio al breed shows The Polled Durhani Association of Amer sal specilie American Abe Been Angus Breeders AS80ciatiolfo the first time in sev eral years cones forward with a very liberal offer of J200 in specials for its breed As a very gratifying Innovation in the pri e list the Dairy Cattle Department contains some valuable specials Thr ugh the generous liberality of the polsteinFriesian Asso elation of America the State Fair management has been enabled to double the amount of prize money for this sifi clasRJer soy has peen the favorite dairy b eed In the south ever sln e its im p rtattoIt in to this conntry and the K ntucky Jersey cattle plub will givR a cup valued at 5000 for the best J racy herd of one bull and four helf e underoIeyeatold bred by a Ken tck exhibitor There are also pum e ous specials offered by Hqn M C R kin commissioner of agricultural departments the most prominent of w Lick are for county exhibits 150000 b ing offered for the best and largest display of farm garden and orchard p ducts has a very into estlng and educational feature at m ny of the lead ng state fairs for a n tuber ofycars nd will andPubtedly pijovea success and boqn to agri- c interest of Kentucky Superintendents of Departments at the Kentucky State Fair As usu l most experienced and capaI i superintended of departments jLbeen chosen superintendent of the horse department and William SimH mms of Shepherd softie Will again be In charge of tjie mule exhibit W R M orman Jr of Jlendeene is super in cadent of bee cattle and Edgar v ughn of Shelb vibe will for the el hth coitsecutivu year be superin te dent In the dairy cattle department her superinten ants reappointed Morganito a of Shelby Yille sheep and goats- J hn H Good of Louisville poultry- a d pigeons Hi Ci Lovelace of Boston field seed and graii H M Froman of Vy enttobacco iss Evelyn Porter- of Louisviljle WjOmjms department G impleter of Lejcingtqn students judging- c tttest and HjL Smyser of Lyndon speed department Chas Sholtz Jr oC Louisville Is superintendent of getables and melons Henry SI A ams Eminenceof Horticulture W E Bibb North Pleastireville of plants at d flowers and Lucien Beckner Win ch ester of minerals and forestry The sistant superintendents have also been named for poultry and pigeons W B Buford of Nlchloasville and R bert H Young of Louisville for vegetables and melons J A Peake Liirla for held seed and grain Geo D Karsner pf Lexington for hortlcul tu e MF Johnson of Buechel for JdLouisvilleeads Departments of the Ken tuc y State Fair here are eighteen exhibit depart nts whi h haVe been placed under head ojthe Various members of th state board of agriculture as for lois M C Rankin of Frankfort iltry and pigeons plants and flow and students judging contest P flI A Scovall of Lexington beef dogsta tnient farm Implements and ch nery manufactured products bI Beard of Har irisburg sheep maJ ts and vegetables sort GuLhrie M Wilson 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from the editor of this paper or Rev Granvlie W Lyon or wrote direct to the school 1035 Fourth venue Louisville Ky jto r TIE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDY AUGUST II iogIi Southern Life Insurance- t uMillion Dollar Merger of Life Companies i Proposedi tonal in Sunday Courier Journal from time to time there comes along a Mbstantial testimonial of the Souths ftnanclal progress Development is a word constantly increasing in usage in ur vocabulary Opportunities that were pnce permitted to come and go unheeded are now caught and nailed Ifwn Languid indifference more fre tfaently than formerly gelsa jolt from aggressiveness and the Southern busi jjfcss world profits as a result of the enc eunter A striking illustration ot this lattercday tendency to curb suspicion of en 3 iefrprise and welcome Southern prog jress came recently with the announce Ment that plans are under way for the gamzation of a great life insurance company for tile South with headquar ters in Kentucky It is significant that proposition has been received by fttJe many as seriously as it was launch ed by the few sincerely Twenty ten L ereven five years ago the announce ment would have met with scant wel come Today it seems to have been received with a cordiality not unmixed with enthusiasm Men recognize in it an agency of benefit for both Kentucky and the South and consequently a per lalfriend The moment the swaddling clothes ere ripped off the Citizens National iTife Insurance Company an organization which is to have 5000 000 of cap ital stock and 5000000 of surplus pee pie began to lift up their heads and take notice Since then it is declared letters and telegrams have poured in on the promoters from every section of the South actually wishing Godspeedi to the enterprise That has not been limited to merely verbose sentiment is demonstrated by the sub aiantiaf financial support proffered with f every arrival of the mail The man who is even more than a casual atudeat of current events is im pressed when introduced to the magni tide of the life insurance business in the United States Out of apparently Sewilderjng volumns of statistics he can readily gain however a conceptions dazzling in impressiveness and partic ularly usefulin an understandable con templation of the real meaning to the territory south of the Mason and Dixon line of the establishment therein of the proposed Citizens National Life jt is well to bear in mind that the East in particular has until most recent years enjoyed who may almost be de scribed as a monopoly of the lit einsur ance business While Easterners have drawn with tremendous profit to them selves the money froni Southern policy t Solders they must also be credited with possessing increasing faith m life In insurance 1873 the total amount in policies reported to the New York Insurance Department was 2086027178 This total had increased at the end of 1908 i4 10623733785 New York Citys r life insurance assets aggregated in 1908 1725000000 Hartford Conn has population of 80000 It had life insur aoce assets in 1908 of 260000000I Montpelier Vt has a population of 71 OOand in 1908 had lite insurance assets of 44000000 6428 per capita These figures however do not convey their full significance until contrasted with Louisvilles aggregate life insurance assets in 1908 of about 2000000 with peculation of about 250000 There is no end to the evidence that life insurance business is profitable for a community We are wont to turn eternally to New York when we study things financial One prominent New York company twenty yens ago had a little over 6000000 of assets Its statement showed assets in 1908 of 236000000 and the assets have prob ably increased to about a quarter of a billion of dollars today Four prominent metropolitan life insurance com panics in 1908 had a total income of 337837188 Allowing three hundred Business days fOr the year this means that these four companies alone pumped through the arteries of New Yorkj Citys financial and business system lastj year upwards of 1126000 every day Indianapolis which is only a little over 100 miles from Louisville has something like twenty life insurance companies and the business in Indiana has been growing very taste The arnmnt paid for life insurance premiums in Kentucky last year was 7J275822 and the JJouth is now pay jug out for life insurance about sixty nulicns o dollars annually Kentucky should have a big life in surance company Itis the first South ernjState to offer to policyholders the guarantee of a compulsory reserve de posit Jaw The statute now in effec was enacted March 24 1906 It provides that every domestic life insurance com pany must deposit with the State Trea 4urerforthe security and benefit of al its policyholders an amount equal or greater than the ascertained net cash Value fall such companys policies in force tIS worthy of note that the tea who ioucrht for this law were the managers of the Citizens Life Insurance Company and the same gentlemen who- rea now promoting the Citizens Nation al Life The plan in brief of the Citizens Nation l Life Insurance Company is first to merge into it the Citizens National Insurance Company As already indicated the same men who during the past five years have made lite in surance history through the exceptional development ot the latter company are guiding spirits ot the new organiza tion The further purpose of the new companimay decide to discontinue business or may find It mOre profitable to consoli date with a company of great strength There seems to be nothing impracti cable about the plan nor does it appear where anything but advantage can ome to the policyholders and stock holders of the Citizens lifeorany other t 1heholders will see to it that a thoroughly e t hheing company for stock in the new cor policyholqerslarand the same conditions must ap- PlY to the policyholders of any other company merged into the big company that the consolidation will mean to them insurance in one of the strongest companies In the country and for that matter in the world TbereareIpurchasers of life insurance who do not care particularly fQra big company Some on the other hanT will insure in ho other kind but no one objects specially to a big company when seeking life insurance protection Thus the new company will not only secure business irolm those who are content to buy insurance from a small company but to those who want to purchase very large or even small policies and demand great financial strength it will stand the severest test But there is adeepc interest and Significance to the general public in tIe organization of a ten million dollar insurance company in the South and an added local interest when it is considered that Kentucky will be the home pffice of the company Mr W H Gregory president of the Citi zens Life arid one of the guiding genius es in the advancement of the new com pany has rta recent letter to the1 poli cyholders qf his own company called particular attention to what might be tyled the Southern phase of the situa tion The points cannot be well stated more clearly and we quote from his letter bySouthernthis company is the check it will put on the flow of millions of dollars annually in life insurance premiums from the South to the North and East I believe confidently that this will be one of the financiallyforThe South is coming to the front It is making more progress than any other section of the country Southern poe greatpowergether Take other lines of business the cotten mills for instance The South once sent its cotton to New Eng land There it was manufactured and sent back and sold at a goodly profit Englandfreight back on the finished product aid paid the manufacturer in New England a profit on the goods handled and capital invested to say nothing of the mill ions arid millions of dollars left there to pay Northern labor But it is changing the order 0f things The capital of twentyone millions once invested in cotton mills iin the South has in recent years increased to three hundred mill ions Ihe ople of the South at one tune did not appreciate just what the cotton crop Amounted to and I dare sav some do not appreciate just what it meansSom probably do not know that veiy panic this country has experienced in years has been checked and stopped by the cotton crop The people who raise cotton are a pover And they fire beginning to realize it And likewise Southern people are bA ginning to realize their powerin the in surance world now accompliatiito take care of the immense vdTume of business in the South You can appre ciate just what this means At the time the Citizenk Life was orgtmzed the Southern lire insurance companies had practically no business on their books You may bej surprised therefore when I tdlyou that Southern companies todav are currying nearly onethird ofa Iamoinsurance c rrled in the United States Eqsthance money with the South all these years paying the freight as it were and the banks themselves have in turn been a ful factor in the commer cial develophient of the North and East mpneyleachto build ome of the strongest bank in the world in the South The business associatesandthe friends of Mr Gregory Mr Helm Bruce Mr Charles D Peaice arid the other gentlemen who are striving industriously for the success of this great enterprise have confidence in their ability to carry it out Kentucky will apparently have every good reason to pride hercelfoi- being able to furnish the home for the company But greatest good will come to the largest number by people of the South betrjg able to lay proud claim to one more rre andpowerful institu tion destinlsd to go through generations toSouthlandf t t L TEXAS Mr M H Coyle of Springfield was here Monday Mrr Lawrence Durham has gone to Lanster to attend school Mr C F Bosley of Springfield was here Monday on business Mr Rp Langford is very Ill at this writi ig Mr Sam Clemens and family of Springfield spent last Monday with Mr W TjPhillipps Campbelle is visiting his son Rev J W Campbelle of Corbin Mr Mary E Dorsey is the guest of her ister Mrs Rachael Bottom of Mack ille Sey ral from this glace attended the fair at Danville last week Mrsl Wilhelm Peterson has been very ill but is now much improved Qui e a number from this place at tjjndea the Chautauqua at Lebanon the pjastweek Mrs Eliza Wade whohas been visit ing relatives here for the past month as returned to her home in Michels 1rg Mrs R L Arnold was thegJestof her brother Jacob Uocanpugher ot Perry ille one day last week Mr R L Arnold was in Boyle county last Thursday on business iMr 0 F Cocanougher went to Croake tatiot for the purpose of purchasing a farm Mr Sam Hays of Lebanon is the guest f his uncle Mr TA Hays IinLexington SaturdaydndMr Wilhelm Peterson has purchased 4 farm hear Booker Station Mr J Dj Peterson was in Louisville Monda Clyd the eighteen months old child HaysotLebanonJras i ig at 1 oclock The funeral was con ducte4 by the Methodist pastor of Springjeld Miss Nancy Goodloe of Springfield spent p ut of lastyweek with Miss Ruth Glaybr ke Ever one is invited to attend the mevery12ndMrs lay Braay has been on the sick list Mr I L Arnold has his tobacco barn about completed Mr illiara Russell was in Louisville part of ast week Miss Ethel Pope spent last week with her sistt r Mrs Jonas Rogers Mr nd Mrs Jonas Rogers spent Sunday with the latters parents Mr and Mrs C B Pope Mrs Albert Holderman spent last week with her parents at Harrodsbiirg Mr John Kimberlin and family of rela1byesher son Mr Chas Bra dyof Spring eldiMr C arence Goode is the guest of his mot er Mrs Missouri Goode of Winchester Mr aid Mrs Casca Purdom and daughter of Louisville are visiting Mr weekj is the guest of Miss Hattie Arnold Mrs C auae Bejgfley was called to the bedside if her sister Mrs Bertha Roach b Salvisa who is very ill Mr an Mra Deb Brady will leave the mlild e of the week for French Lick Ihd Mr Brady is in ill health and it is loped tl at the trip will be of much Ueriefit tc him Rev V IH Williams and Miss Jen nie Lea hman of Springfield spent Monday evening with Mrs R L Ar iold TI 0 School of Music Person desiring a full course inV al and I istrumental or Public School rhusic w II enjoy unexcelled opportum tjies in th Western Normal Write for special i formation Address H H Cherry Howling Green Ky lfAIR VIEWj Mr ar d Mrs Jan Hardesty visited his paren s Sunday Ernest Gray and two sisters Maruia and Ida lattie Hawkins F Mi Carney arid ilauj hter Ora and Opha Ybcum 4pent Saturday night at the home of Mr and lira Ezra Hawkins Mrs J E Stevenson and George Moul we e the guests at the home of Mr Wo ford Saturday night andSun day j Mrs Jis Truax and two daughters Rosa anc Tressie visited Mrs Maggie Sweeney VIonday Mr anc Mrs Preston MoOre and two children Martha and Randol and Theo dora Hal iburton dined at the home of Mr F M Carney Saturday Gr nutated Sore Eyes Cure For twenty years I suffered from a bad case of granulated sore eyes says Martin I oyd of Henrietta 1y In February 1903 a gentleman asked me to try Cha mberlains Salve I bought one box pnd t sed about twothirds of it and my eyes I ave not giyen me any trouble since This salve is for sale by The Leo Hay in Drug Co t MACKVILLE Mr George Wycoff and wife havere turned to their home in Carlisle after a few days visit with his parents here Messrs Marshall and Virgil Mayes are attending the campmeeting at Aliceton a fejw days this week Mrs Maggie Peter of Springfield is visiting at the homeof Mrs Ben Powell Mrs Nellie Burch m and littledaugh ter have returned to their home in Lou- Isville after a few weeks visit wi h her mother Mrs Sue Shewmaker The protracted meeting at the Bap tIst church at this place will begin Mon day Aug 16 conducted by Bro Will iams of Springfield The party given it the home of Miss Annabel Riley on last Saturday night was largely attended All report an enjoyable time We are sorry to say that Mr Miner Bottom at this writing is uffering from an attack of typhoid fever Born tothe wife of Mr George Keightly on the 5th a ten pound girl Mr Harvjy Leachman of Springfield was the guest of Mr Williant Graves Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sue fahewmaker was in Spnng field Monday tMesd mes Ben Powell Maggie Peter and Ressie CloycJ were the guests of Mr and Mrs RR Isham Tuesday Bro Beard and family are attending camt Aliceton fOr a few daysMr meetintat of Seymour Ind is visiting relatives and friends at this place The Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of i life His method deals with the b16odBut long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living purifies enriches and vitalizes the wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the en tire system Its a godsend to weak Kidneytroublemonths writes W M Sherman of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me en Only 50c at Hay don Robertsons PLEASANT OROVE Mr and Mrs Weriling of Kansas are visiting friends and relatives here Mrs C A West of Louisville is at the home of J F Gregory Mrs Nellie Th rman is visiting Mrs Eliza Mitchell this week Messrs Mt and Mack Leachman and their couskii Miss Mary Logan Neale spent Sunday at Tatham Springs Mr Kesner and Miss Burnette Cox have returned to Louisville after a visit to Mr and Mrs J I Martin Miss Lavmia OConnor is at hpme after a visft to MissMabel Price of and Nannie Thompson and Sue Reel and Mr N P Thompson have returned from a fishing trip on Kentucky River Among the se from here who attended the at Lebanon last week were Messit V Hawies Jno and Joe Vanarsdale Ed and Chas Litsey Davidson Reed Pete She han and Misses Lavinia OConnor and Harvey Vanarsdale W team was defeat ed by LitseISaturday afternoon by the score of 15 to 10 Batteries Woodlawn Van Dyke and Cash Litsey Haynes McChord anc Polin Mrs J W Garter and daughter are with Mrs Barters father Mr J S Yankey Mrs M W Hyatt and sons Merr deth William are ab Mr J R DurrettsI Mr Wright tif Winchester is visit inghis sister Mrs W P Merritt Intense Colicky Pains Relieved For some years I suffered from in tense colickk pains which would coma on at times rind from which I could find no relief tays 18 Mason of Beaver Dam Ky Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recom mended to rite by a friend After tak ing a few doses of the remedy I was entirely relieved That was four years ago and ther has been no return ot the symptoms sncethat time This rem DrugCoMarion County I Falcon Enterprise and Leader Notice ws served yesterday in the suit of the CampbellsvilleTelephoneCo against the Lebanon Home Telephone Co to the effect that this morning at 9 oclock the Carnpbellsville Co would make a mo ion beiore Judge Thurman fora mandatory injunction to force the company to give them cOnnection with their long distance wires They claim the right unner contract During the ralDstormSat rday night Geneva Joseph the eight year old daughter of Mr George Joseph aqd wife came near being drowned She attempted 1o cross thebranch running Chautfiuqugrounds and into the deeper water of the reek She was promptly rescued and though a frightened was in rio wise injuredT During the process of digging a well on his place at Calvary Mr Mark struckitasTheand at the depth of 200 fet several tiscoveredMrdiscovery and several citizens who have examined the product pronounce it gen uine gas We hope he will continue to strike it good and strong and that it Will yield him a fortune Polk Robertson had anarcow escape from drowning last Saturday night He was returning home betwe n 11 and 12 oclock after the hard rain which thatSectionHot Water creek near Aliceton and after he had driven into the water which he saw was very high but believ ed he could ford safely he felt his bug gy gOing down stream A few seconds later the vehicle was upset and it and his horse were washed under a water- gate He was thrown into the stream but managed to swjm ashore The t orse in some way succeeded in getting avedthe Lthreehensrhiriotice These hens are just of the or dinary kind and began laying March 9 Ipat Since that time Mrs Mattingly laS gathered trom their nests 127 eggs laid by them and thegood work still continues The unsual feature of the case lies in the fact that neither of the hens have shown the slightest disposi tion to set and have made a record in continuous laying that is remarkable When it is remembered that few tur key hens ever lay more than twenty five or thirty eggs before they become persistant setters the feat of these hens is such as itIwere not vouched for by themost re liable authority PSpaldiitgReal Estate Co who negotiated the sale to the Government of the Veranda Hotel and adjoining property for a Government building site have been given notice to have the lot cleared of the buildings on it in thirty days This seems to mean bbsiness and indI- cates that the Government will com mence operations at an early day to ward the construction of our much talk ed of and long contemplated public building We understand that Messrs Scearce hnd Spalding have asked for an extension of time in which to dear the decks and while we wish these ex cellent gentlemen no inconvenience in the matter the sooner the ball corn mences to rOliwe think the better our people will like it It is a consummation devoutly to be wished to see the oldI buildings on the corner commence to tumble Association Meets The Regular Annual MOOting of the Washington County Sunday School As sociation August 5 1909 met at the Christian church in Springfield Ky arid was called to order by the Presi dent Wm Harrison Williams Devo tional services conducted by W A Wolfe The President then made are portof the years workCAddress by E C Boswell Topic Teachers Training Class LPsychologyAddress by E C Boswell Topic Foundations Necessary for Sunday School Wprk- Adjourned for Noon- AFTERNOON SESSION Devotional Exercises by President Report of Nominating Committee as follows Prof Clarence 4dams President Mrs 1 H Thurman VPresident Miss Ella Shaunty Secy and Treos DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENTS Elementary Grades Mrs E S May esJr Intermediate Grades Mrs W A SVolfeS p Adult Grades W R Selecman Education Wi F Grigsby OLD DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS Maud Jeff Settle Willisburg Dora Brown Mackville Jeff Matherly Springfield C R McWhorter Special committee on resolutions made report which was adoptedandfiled Address by Rev R E C Lawson Topic Tle Opportunity for Service in the Sunday School Address by E C BoSweli Topic Evangelistic Methods of Sunday School Address by Rev G S King Topic What this Association Means to the In dividual Sunday School After some pleasant remarks by the President the Association adjourned The SUN1Th- e 8ua and CourierJournal fLSft EWGWlUtwTESTSEWtMI MACItII tRUNNtHGEHdf4 fI RotaryShuttfeSewing Machine write to TIE NEW HIME SEWIHI MACHINE GMW Ait Orange Maaa Man sewlnc machines are made to tell retard ot qualitr but the New Home u made to wear Our guaranty never runs out Sold by authorized dealers ealy Ed M Russell ban on5 pri nlfi I AutomtbUt Line Schidiili Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield L iN StatloSI Walton Hotel 730am1 j 830am 1030 a mj 100 p nu 400 p m 500 p m 630 p in 730 p m 1030 a m Sunday 200 p m What is Best for Indigestion Mr A Robinson of Drumquin Ontario has been troubled for years with indigestion and recommends Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets as the best medicine I ever used If conatipation to prove beneficial They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 Haydonr tect Your families With life Insurance We can furnish you with Insurance that is selfsupporting in cese of total disability and oui 20 year contracts are guaranteed to pafout in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance can on Leo Haydon or Lee VanA dale rrepresenting the Southern National Life InsuranceCo E T WIGGINTON General Agent i Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it Kentucky Star Flour Best made SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN t ofhisyour stock etc so we cart discontinue the advertisement s subdribersotherthznLand for sale er for rent not included but in serted in another department of the paper at nQthInCL Urady Rt 3 has for sale eight or ten Buck 5 ee- pCL Grun ly prinJdieldjhas for sale one Ohio Chesterwhite ale hog and ten young Southdown Wec eighteenambs Kywantcthy hay iHite Clements Rt 2 has ior sale 1000 bushels ot corn Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful 4e t1tiiUnSE- WING MACHINE t HEArUNoI by buying a thk IngrnachLne reliablehonesthigh ISTRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewing Machine Cot BELVIDERE ILLINOIS