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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l 111 11 tI I mJJt f pr t 1 + tt1 c t btf uitd9 t It y DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY r t 6r sir r kJ VOLUln f SPRiKGFIELD KYM WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 1909 iI t I JUDGEL H I TIfURMAN Opened Campaign Monday in Interest of His Candidacy for Reelection to The Office of Circuit Judge GREETED BY LARGE AUDIENCE Judge I H Thurman made the open ing speech of his campaign for reelec tion to the office of Circuit Judge at the Court House in this city on Court day the Hon Jno W LewisI had been offered a division of time sev eral days in advance but for reasons best known to himself had declined to accept the invitation Owing to pressure of work due to thetobacco cutting season a small crowd was in town but nevertheless the Judge was greeted by an audience that filled the Court HO to overflowing and filled the space useI side each window as far back as it possible to hear The speech was dignified but thor speakerjwitho In the light of the abuse and slander that have been heaped upon Judge Tharnian for the last twelya months or more one can but wonder at his modera tion md self control The speech consisted in part of a most convincing refutation of the numerous false and slanderous statements made about him by individuals and through the press and to a candid stk meut of his position with reference to the much discussed questions of local b option and statewide prohibition between which he made a clear cut die tinction He devoted considerable part of his speech to a discussion of the origin and ownership of the Marion County Leader and the purposes that brought that publication into existence He stated tnat lie had it upon the authority of a well known ands table gentleman a Re Ifinof Judge Thurman that the aforesaid newspaper is capitalized at 200000 and that 50000 of that stock is owned by Mr R N Wathen orWathen Mueller Robert of Lebanon Ky and 50000 by Nathan M Uri of Lou isyille Ky and while he was not m a 308 tipn to make a positive statement as to the ownership of the rest of the stock he had good reason to believe that at is owned by equally wellknown men of similar interests These men for the satisfaction of their own tsrieyances against Judge Thurman though posing as Democrats have assumed control of the Republi can party inv this district selected its nominees founded this socalled Repub lican newspaper and dictated its policy of falsehood slander and vituperation t Judge Thurman also referred in a very feeling mariner to the persistent efforts of this same newspaper and of certain individuals to stir up religious prejudice and dissension amongst a cit Msingularly free from the narroWness and bigotry they desire to arouse and showed conclusively that in appointing the jury commissioners s sectionf the Catholic faith predominate had had a little more than its fair proportion of appointees and that each of them was of the Catholic faith Judge Thurmans speech divided attention of his large audIencer for two- statements ful hours and contained many of interest to all the people of this judicial district but it is unnecessary to refer at greater length to it as every voter of the district will in due time have an opportunity to hear them rom the Judges own lips 1 r i Stricken With Paralysis I Lebanon KyI Aug 21 Buford N Penick a prominent citizen and Republican politician of this county was stricken with paralysis yesterdayathi s home on Popes iCreek and his death is expected He is 60 years of age and is the only surviving Brother of Mrs W F Neikirk wife of State Fire Marshal Neikirk Mr Penick has had one sister and two brothers to die from paralytic stro- keLEBANON MILL PANT BURNED Causes a Loss of 30000 With Only 14000 Insurance Lebanon KY Lug 2LFire at an early hour this morning destroyed the plant of the Modern Mill and Elevator Company entailing atoss of X3000 with insurance of 14000 The mill proper was asi story structure of brick and stone while adjoining it was an elevator almost as large of frame Both were entirely consumed by the flames as were also a number of other buildings connected with the plant These included a stable a large shed in which were several cars of cpal and a cooperage shop A house across the street was burned and a residence a short distance beyond was damaged Several other houses in the vicinity caught but in each instance the fire was extinguished before serious damage was done Several thousantj bushels 6f wheat in the elevator were con sumed Three of the horses in the stale perished in the flames The mill was built shortly after the close of the war jby the late Days Graves and cost originally in the neigh borhood of 100 OOflt It was probably the largest plant of the kind in Central Kentucky andwas owned by T M Estes JA Kelly and E N Hundley The lire which originated in the stable is supposed to have been due t carelessness ofa negro who went to horses Shortly before 2 o clock persona fly ing in the neighborhood discover flames issuing from the stable Som 0 difficulty was experienced in turning in the alarm and when the department arrived several minutes later the barn was amass of flames A slight wind carried the blaze tow rdtbe large frame elevator and it was soon burning fiercely The fire company worked valiantly though they were without their chief Harry W Stop who has not rep turned from Grand Rapids Michwhere he has been attending the meeting of the International Fire Chiefs AssOcia- tion They could notl preyentthe spread of the flames and the mill caught near the root At thisttmethe department could do practically nothing with the fire and with five streams of orate r turned their attention to saving the property adjoining The electric light plant the hardwood flooring factory of Harry Lancaster Co and the plant of the Builders I um ber Co are nearby but none of these were damaged The blaze was the most spectacular that has been seen in years and could be plainly seen for several miles while the illumination of the skies was seen for a distance of more thq ten miles 7 Do you know why Mr Lewis coul not afford to meet Judge Thurman Monday State Normal School rWhen generous Kentucky establish ed the Western Kentucky State Nor mal School an education was put within the reach of the boys and girls young women and men of Weste Kentucky Write concerning free tu Hin Xt DAMNABLE 1OLTRA6E Bell o r ntycrildreriDesetTte L On last Monday morning an ordinary farm wagon was seen standing mfroSI of our temple bt justice and in that wagon lying on a few bed clothes and a matress was an old woman over 80 years of age upon investigation we found that this oud worriah a few years eonssI11iogsome of her children and she had been practically shoos ned A rain came up and in order to p otect hr she moved to the she iffs o ce wheresheJ- lay until Tuesdlmornlng when she was sent by th County Judge to a p1acewh AtJafstatutement of children who abandon their Barents in this w and it ought to be invoked in this caie A child that has accepted the trial and Hardships and love of a mofherknd then deserts her wherehenate decent people Pmeville Sun DEATIIH SUMMONS Ltomes to Prominent People of Washington ountyBaby- Passe Away In the death otMT John Hardesty the county has oldestImost prominent mo re spected citizens On Sunday Uncle John became Jill and took to his bed H pred yesterday morning at nine o clock 1infirmiiat the time of tis death in his 83 hasIbyIMrHayes Mrs Lev Williams and Mrs Steve Bain children and Mrs Lucy Sales Mrs Sallie Gay and W T Har brrtherF conducted at morninig at 10 oclock and the remains were in terred in Mt Zion cemet ryINo man in this county was better known or more highlyrespected than Uncle John Hardesty He was kind ly sociable charitable and had a sense PROGRAM 1 OF TaE Washington County Juvenile 1 fair Association i TO BE DEL AT rEF IR GROUNDS AT SPRINGFIELD THURS AY SEPTEMBER 9 1909 0 Prettiest D 00eBest White ake 1 00 Ii Ribbon Best Plate Cats E iscuit LtMl3f t E = IE4 Best Home ads Candy = 00o6 Best halfdo Buttonholes i 100 I7 Prettiest PIp Cushioni j f 1 0o 8 Hand Bouqi et J y + i 100 9 Display of C it Mowers + v 100 00ed00e12 Best half do en Ears of Corn i 160 13 Plate of Gr ipes J i 1 00 14 Brown Leght rn B iitams any age h JV 1 00 15 White Leg1i rn Bantams any age 100 16 Pair of Blac k Bantams p 1 C 100 17 Pair Brown I eghdr i Chickens any age 10018 Pair Rhode I land Redsany age lu L tn L 1 0 19 Pair Barred lymoiith Rocks anyiage r V 1 00 20 Pair Buff Or ingtons any a rei r 1 iOO 21 Pair White I Iymoqth Rocks any lage rLC j w J 00 22 Pair Light B ahmas any age + n i00 23 Best dozen Ergs 100 24 Pair Pekln D icks 100 25 Pair Indian Unner Ducks L 1 00 20 Pair Commoi Pigeons ir u + 100 27 Ugliest Chicken K L 104 28 Best Goat to be driven in harness iSHSO to first 50c to 2dn 2 00 00t30 Best Collie a iv age n j JLi J 1 00 j AFTERNOON 31 Best Shepher any age I 00 32 Best Dc ff drip en in harness 150 to first 50c tesecojid f 00 33 Best Suckling Colt 3 to first 82 to secondt 00 I 34 Best Suckling Calf S3 to 1st 2 to second 5 00 35 Prettiest Ba y one Year oldand under two 2 to first and lj 3 36 re t Ice firstt ltos cpnd 3 37 Best Stick ho se rider over two years and under foiirSl to 001 first 50 to second L 38 Best Stick ho se rider over four years old and and r nine 00nl39 Best Girl Ridr under 16 y 2 to first 1 to second3 andd40 Best Boy Rid r und r 16jyears old S2 to firtt 81 to c ond3 00I om 3 42 Harness Pony any age 150 to first 1 to second 2 50 43 Saddle Ponyby age 81LSO to first 81 to second 2 50 44 Best Turnout Pony wajon harness and occupants to be consider d e2 to first to second 3 00 45 Worst Turnou 82 to 1st 81 to second 3 00 46 Free for alJa y fowl or animal except dog from 6 inches to three feet tobe led or driven 81 to first 50c to second 150 47 Sack Race regular sized meal sackltoflrstb0cto econd150 50rn49 Bicycle race 250 to first 8150 to second 50c to th rd 4 SO 50 Foot race anj body under 75 years of age 500 J J j i ir s f of humor yhich made of him a welcome- companion iIioAnygathering It is no strange then that the news of Unc- lJohns death was received wherever heard withexpressions of profound regret forone of natures noblemen had passed away Mis Rosa Cecil widow of the late Wash Cecil and a member of one of the best known families of Washington county died at her home Sunday Morn ing at 8 oclock her death being due to the infirmities incident to old ate the deceased having passes the fourscore SteRose Monday morning and was attended by a large crowd of friends of the deceased Mrs Cecil was highly respec herdfirm Christian character and charitable disposition and had raised a fine fam ily Those who survive her are Marion and Tine sons Mrs Sallie Cecil Burns Mrs Florence Thompson Mrs Eliza beth Higdon and Miss Savilla Cecil daughters and Mr Joe Riney a brother After a long illness from tuberculosis Miss Josie Benedict died at the home of her father Mr G A Benedict last Wednesday evening at 6 oclock in the fortythird year of her age The re mains were taken to the old home of the Benedicts Milledgeville Lincoln county Kyj where the interment took iPlceFriday Besides her father and mother the Deceased is survived by a large family 6f brothers and sisters Little LucyCampbell Kimberlin the HubertIijrandfather Revs Robtt L Purdom his morning at 4 oclock trom a spell forfpoly a day 6r two and it was not thought hat she was in danger as her mother was in Louisville and was not notified to come The little girl will be buried in the orning at Bethlehem church and Rev W H Williams will conduct tie services Six Oclock Dinner The stately home of Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt wore gala colors on Friday evening August 20 the happy event v being a 6 oclock dinner given by Miss Elise Durrett in honor of Mr and Mrs C C McChordandattractive debutante McIand gifted ladies and gallant beaux who yielded themselves to festive mirth and wit The table was unique with gems of hand painted china the products of the fair hostess who is quite an ar tist The coloi scheme was yellow and white The six course dinner was much enjoyed by those present as it was seryed in genuine Kentucky style Those present were Mr and Mrs C C McChord and Miss Margaret Grundy McChord Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt Mesdames E T Wigginton Margaret Norman David Litsey and Misses Eleanor Duncan and Elise Durrett Messrs Robert Mayes Evan Hagan and Alex Barber Many people are wondering why Mr Lewis refused to meet Judge Thurman in a public discussion County Court day Soldier Balks Death Plot It seems to 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 stubborn cold II he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr New Discovery which restoredmy health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent andIby Haydon Robertson IeOPERA IIOUSEr Karl Schmidtthe Eminent elm r i And Director to be Heard In Concert With Miss 4 Edith Rubel j sSpringfield music lovers will hairsw exceptionalopportunityThursdaySept2nd r Karl Schmidt will give a varied program 3 comprising biilliant concert nun bers and selections trom the fatsos and ever popular Merry Widow Opera of which company Mr Schmidt was di rector at the Garden Theatre New York Mr Schmidts unusual ability has won forhim the greatest honors thatt can come to musician Hewas soloist with theTheodore Tnomas and Soldi Orchestras and the Royal Orchestra rf Berlro also general director of all C s Savages Opera Compn1eslnNe YeritS City The Greater New York Record sari t ofMiss Rubel This brilliant young Virtuoso bag l had marked success on the concert stage iin the East and South Before teaTine New York for her vacation Miss Rubel had the honor of playing before DUB rosch Ataericas foremost director wbfIfI r congratulated her on the excellence of r her work and predicted for her abril liant future in her artrr MAUDw rr f As I have been absent for severallweek8Awill again jot down a few items Farmers are busy cutting andjbM 4j ing tobacco Maste Theodore Shehan who iiiV J been sick for several weeks we area glad to say is able to be about Mrs Edward Piles is able to be abQtltr after a several weeks illness of Ievex Mrs Annie Settles has beenn on the r3 sick trot for several days Miss Katie Wakefield who has been sick is out again Mrs Emma Baker and children Miser Bertha and Dee Edgerton of Pleasant Grove passed through our town Monday Mr J M Montgomery and wife spemt Sunday at Mr Edward Piles Mr Shannon Cloyd and wife of Har rodsburg have been the guests of MrLp Everett Wakefield and wife for several days Mrs L M Troutman and daughter Mrs Ora Grume spent Monday 1fitfc Mrs Kate Shewmaker tirs Katie Flaugher of near Fakl field is spending several weeks witk her parents at this place Several from here attended quarterly meeting at Camp Ground Saturday and Sunday vi Protracted meeting begarfat this place Monday night Everybody invited toy i attend r Mrs Mary Shehan and daughterMiw jJosie Mrs Kate Virgin of near here UV Mr Neal Bodine and wife of Nelson V county Mr Shannon Cloyd and wife of Harrodsburg spent Monday at Mr Everett Wakefields Miss Mary Forst of Louisville isi spending several weeks with Miss Bes sic Settles N Mr il L Troutman and grandson Frank Grume Mr B F Settle and daughters Miss Bessie Settle and ltfrsrj Kate laugher and Miss Mary Forest of this place attended the fair atShep herdsville last Thursday Several from around here attended county court Monday Christine Dodson ofneu ILittle is visiting her grandmoth er Mrs Settle of this place I hope to see litters from all the r other correspondent as I havent hearditV Ifrom them for a long time Try Kentucky Stat Flour Its mass like grandfather used to make it Kentucky Star Flour Best made 1 Ettni j JI J t THE SpRY FhE1D UN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 Iq l c u int i ft ier cs apa k 1 We have SESjust brought t EYESch on the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central Kentucky Allthelat I est style Glasses and any style Rims J7 e + can furnish you with the best grade o oods L iARk IN Lowest Prices i21 J = SWe can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line t t ED MrIRUSSELL 4HttltUIlltlrtl FARM ANDSTOCK t r Stems of Interest to Farmers and j Live Stock and Poultry Raisers JPfant a patch of green stuff for your jwSltry and allow them the run of itz toccrop in an orchard should be ybihted so near the trees as to rob them elf moisture 1 8and picking and spraying with Bor teux ia required to get rid of rosey legs on grapes l ave a movable floor in your chicken iiovse so that the droppings may be erred Unless you wish your hens to form feJfcegKeatng habit crush all the egg ells they eat Ifs a good thing to so construct your JK 41tryhouses that they may be moved iritifease Dry picked fowls present a much plumper appearance than those scalded and then picked Even on a small scale wellbred poul try can be made to return a handsome fit if handled right Better raise 50 youngsters and raise tfceai well than to haye double he num liter and stunt them all r Fed regularly and properly the calf awtured on skim milk will grow as rap Bjas a calf fed upon whole milk ySwnshihe is one of the most healthful agents and should be permitted to enter be poultry house as much as possible Clean up and disinfect your poultry 5ose at least once a week and the fcfrls will be less troubled with disease aid vermin Giye the little chicks plenty of room pare water grain green teed and dry nrters to sleep in and then watch eclat grow XNmng the first two weeks ofhand Sag a green colt be careful never to excite him by loud talking cracking ot IJ at lit ItllJ l Iwhiporb y throwing his harness on him If you want to know what green feed will do for hogs just divide yours into two pens one with plenty of grass and the other one with none Sheep respond splendidly to good care and are capable of utilizing and turning to profit foods that can be grown by any uptodate farmer Hot days and no shade will make the sheep grow thin Get them into pasture where there will be some shelter frotim the rays of the sun if you can One good brood sow will bring you in as much clean money as the best coon a the farm but you must know how to keepI feed and otherwise deal with that sow The cjw is a wonderful milking ma- inech and she often transforms sem pretty poor stuff into milk but if she is given nothing put dirty pond water all her powers ol alchemy cannot turn it into fluid fit for children ito drink IDid Iyou ever try training cucumber hTl e8jover a t ellis Just watch one that strays into the sweet corn and notice jwhat largo straight and shajiely fruit it bears It is also less inclines to rpt than when left to trail upon the ground I Clean the poultry house and brooders at least twice a week hoeing all drop pings into the cabbge cucumber tomato or melonpatch Renew bedding in the brooder with fresh sand bran sawdiisfc and dust liberally with insect powder strong enough to induce a the chickens plenty of good fresh air these hot nights even if you haye to make a hole jn the side of the henhouse Chickens that are cooped upin a close atmosphere all night turned out in the cool of the early inqrninJiwIll befit subjects for colds rheumatism and roup The fjrst thing to do upon discovering roup is to isolate the infected bird put it it4your hospital if you have one iand if not get busy and establish one for at this dace all uptodate poultry ttJtlltI1tJI i WantedHigh hland 1 Grammar School Graduates 1 H I 1 t+ Ambitious young men and women will be interested it + in readingS HOoLFAX a book issued by The Tribune containing the most complete information about all the fit + leading professions together with derails regarding some fit of the most prominent schools in thel United States It willaid you in choosing your jacatian and start LL you on the road to success I4I 11lt templating sending their boys and girjls to schools of any titnature whatever t We will mail this book absolutely free liIl out ti Tricorlpon tit bune Building tit Tribune Bureau of School Information 528 Tribune Building Chicago Ills + A eiName S rr iC td l 4 1 tIitI aAddress il 1 Iit + f School Miv u r Grammarior High School r tWhen Graduated v r J d f r lints have their hosoital td which al t fling birds aye removedand the ma rity are erved Every farmer wlohas live stock to eed should come in touchwtlb cow tj i eas and soy beaiisTas1 often one or the 0 ther can be used to good advantage oth plants are rich in protein and r aking excellent crops for supplement ing carbonaceous foodstuff such ns c rn The small amount bt money require t start in the hog raising business and- t e quick returns on the amount in vested make it an attractive field for o ration Hogs will make greater gains on less feed than almost any o her live stock and at the same time utilize profitable waste food products o every variety if properly prepared For small chinks at first it is well to f ed stale bread crumbs and Hardboiled eirgs crumbled fine Afterwards oat meal and cornmeal cake or johnny cske as it is generally called make g od rations for the growing chicks with wheat or cracked corn added as scon as they can eat these gr ins any pebple preter oats to wheat as a bi tter muscle and bon6f foo but chickens will eat the Wheatj1tan ej rjier age In an articleonblackhead tur e s rwhite diarrhoea in chickens an ex c ange that there is no eftec re remedy for these aisestses after bi rds are once infecteda id recommends pi orjijJt use of preventatIve methbds highlywc is the liberal use of epsom s Its administered either in a mash or in drinking water IA dose is a tea spoonful to ten old fowls or twenty y ung ones administered about once a ewe feedingrpi obleni in the central United States is th a most profitable fuse of ccjrn Corn hz ppens to oe particularly poor in min er il tncalciumIoxide we r most profitable use of corn demands th it we consider not only protein but ah o mineral supplements Thersubject is of greatest importance a it relates to growing or milking animals and also to those raised most largely on corn namely hogs and poultry If the cucumbers or melons do not thl1ve well try sinking bottomidthewith perforations in the spz ce between each four hills Fill this ne rly full of manure apd keep it sat urted with water But be sure that thecans set deep enough in the ground tha the drainage may silk to the roots instead of cAaxing then to the surface the e to puffer from drought Pick the me ns which set late and therefore tcan lot mature to enable the yines to axe t theiiJ strength n perfecting the earl er fruitIOut around Petaluma Cal is to e four d the most eggs of any one place in t le world The hens around there proc nee eggs to the value of 475 every houi forten i oUrs a day this amounts to 33250 per week JS28 Ol m a year These figures do not include atyI of tne eggs used for hatching or c- orAreYoii sick j i duck sickness is di e tow weak nervous system Yoius may be If it is fvsu cannot get well until yak restore nerve strength r nervous system IS na ires power hoes 3 j the organs of your body get their power from it If the power is not there the act on of the organs is weak and disease CK ness follows Dr1fles Newiiie cures the sick because it soothes the larva ated arid tired nerves and gives the system a cha ce to recuperate youdoffocieffect Xu given up to die by a lead Ing d tar Got one of Dr Mlles books and found that Dr Miles Ner VIne n t ray case Rom the very first dose I took I got better I am better now tian I have seen for years and do all my own work on the farm That what Dr Mlles Nervine has dandf r me and I am glad to recom mend it to others JC HN JAMES Rlverton Nebr You druggist splls Pr Mlles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return potee if first bottle only If It falls to bensflt you Mil Medical Co Elkhart Ind u OJLo d ii Jlf I fJti Jj fl hii fi t t r= A to1fitfC i 1j r hvBfifevmg that the people of Kentucky 17 A will be interested in the organization of the I t i ji IlImens fVr f r j J Nationalt w tt j ffeffi f tf2 L fil LJA ritm fil vInsuranceatl f j i f 11 Jhju a company ttthatthey will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for j its stock we twill publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting was begun Monday July 26 and below are r ItheamounbO subscriptions for each week FIRST WEEKa 1 i 10S 96OOO vp- TOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 7 1 20024000Wirfik TOTlAL 4c- THIRD WEEK AUGUST 16a 45OOOOO PLI Pt t i TOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 2- 3S46946OOOjtliJtr i If YOU ARE TiRE D filL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON k it The 8pri ng ld8un1Spring eld K yJVH GREGORY ILOUISVILLE KY rj INSURANCE f j vVihiVADDRESS vlt 7 h 0 F t y a U nYIk s med at home but only those that are shipped These eggs laid end to end in1 a direct line would reach from petal lu na to Chicago Their combined w fight amounts to 79562951 pounds or 39781 tons t is an easy matter to tell by the co idition of a cows coat in the winter tir le whether she is getting silage sI its succulence has the same effect on cow s system that pasture grass has and it keeps her thrifty and in the best bf condition for her everyday work SUiige is also more digestible and nutri tions than the same amount ot dry fee itsIsilage ready for in the year much to care for the herd COlnienceWith where it is neces fodder in the win minutes a day will be all the time required to get out the silage and feed the herd Tl ere is more Catarrh in this section of he country than all other diseases put together and until the last few yea was supposed to be incurable Fora great many years doctors pro noui ced it a local disease and prescribed loca remedies and b constantly failing to cure with local treatment pro provIentreatment Halls Catarrh Cure man ufac ured by F J Cheney Co To ledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken inter nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts erectly oh the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case t fails to cure Send for circulars Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo Sold by Druggists 7Hc TaMe Halls Family PiUs for consti patio The alltl CoarterrJoornaL Lilt r yY a L THE SUN AND i LOUISVILLE TIMES a50PER YEAR tI I iIi rr I9O9 I9O9 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPEiRlTV READ SIjp lEwmttg JustYti iE FREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Will Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDIt WALL ATLAS The Latest Kintucky l eliflF To 1909 Full and CtmjMk Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of esTheThe Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare aetheonly picture of its kind in are nine other ma a of great value among them a f the V a ted t F States theworldPof the NatioosItbCoats thrStateOfficialstuck ocratic House Congru and Railroad CommistonersDbtrlanti Republican State Central Commlt tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM I TOCromwhatof the Panama Canal Gre t LakesHawaiian Islands Porto Rico Aftska Philippines Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Ori nnl States and those admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall Chart be given FREE to those who ubscribe O for the Evening Post for One Year at or for Six at by Mall This price for thosewho cannot get The Evening Post delivered AgentSend Copy and full description of sI stheIsaac Siiey THE EVENING POST LouisvIHe yA E Wtiient SPECIAL PRICEON THE THE PAPEREYENiNB 380 PiER YEAR I THE SPRINGFJEJJ SUN W DN sPAY AUGUST 25 1909 Z we SHOW OF SHOWS c J DIG iflfili AYS 3OOQiL 1311DAILYFREE AtntAtTIOlSr E WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 Ieratie Its et Kr tck aril kiJbMUanipreiiictsare aaecaleiirLagaaetb yaa4sighI ideI MIDIta ww Ie gute COME KATESFOS ADDRESS J W NEWMAN Secretary 3207aulJ fia ildg LeuiNiUe Ky A LOUISVILLESEPT MADE HIM FRISICY And ills Wife Could Not Keep Him at Home of Nights What is good for man is good for beast and its a poor rule that does not work bptji ways Notfa from lives a contented couple on ai mJ They think a good deal of eachQtherf and last March whfo the husbandbe pan to refuse his rations and kind of get sick like it worried his wife Nothing seemed to suit his taste and he ISo went about doing his chores as if he was trying to save funeral expenses Out m thiebarnhis wife came across a package of condition powders like they feed horses After reading its good 0 qualities printed on the wrapper she Vowed to try some on her husband The next morning for breakfast she mixed a tablespoonful with oatmeal He atex it with a relish The next day she repeated the dose and before the end of the week he jumped a five rail fence and turned a handspring Before he had eaten a onepound package he threw the hired man three times during the noon hour and cut up several capers like a 16yearold would Then the good wife tickled all over with her wonderful discovery got another packagebut 13 before half of it was used up her hqs qapc1i jot 39 frisky she could not keep him pn the farm or at home night He Ith just wants to prafoce around end make too gop e es at alf the women and t tnow his wife isin t a11aqd talks bout getting a divorce HarrpdsburgHer aid 1a r MAN EATING TiGERS pae KiliingMethods bf These Terrible Iruteslhl drati The theory that a main mating tiger to always anoJd tiger more or fess toothless and feeble twhlch has found the strain of catching tlgorous wild game too much for Its falling strength has enu t te of no torfotiman eatersIwhiche found to be young animals In thefulpiy pf their ppwers dltls tai the taste for human flesh Is passed imafrom rnqtheV t6 child vbe tigress herself a man eater teaching lier cubs to bunt as she hunts Bpw terrible a thing a man eater may be can be Judged from the fact than a tiger gen erall kills every second night whether its quarry be than or beast Having killed It makes one mead that night then drags the carcass soujawbere Into cover andmore or less conceals It as a dog mv1ldea bone On the next night Its nabt Is to return to the same kill andllt Is fii tIt sjecpndyvlslt tha the hunter usually opppr tiertov cause It Is above easing carrion but seemingly It tires of the car whir biit has already twice miHpWed over Thus one tiger In a has been known to kill regulariy Its fifteen na hives a month with almost mechanics punctuallty Another which secmlng Jy did not contine kse f enjlrely l o human flesh devoured an average or r eighty people men and women for seireraj years white yet another Is freported to bare yilod KIT people and ito have stopped traffic on a public lyoad tor we ks There have beep both English sportsmen and na the shikaris who have accounted for thE Ir hundred and upward but many a tiger has killed more iiuman t1l beings than any man bus ever scared ersfonalnn Times Granuiatcd Sore Eyes Cured r r For twenty y ors I suffered from a YftMartmFebruary 1903 gentleman asked me ito try Chamberlains Salve Thought one box ind used about twothirds of it and Imy eyes have not given me any trouble since This salve is fpr sale by The Leo Haydon Drug CoI 7 etili j t CAPTIVATED By Manager of Store Where She Went to Buy Her Wedding Dress No wedding bells September 11 for Robert Baldwin aged 25 of New York tQeIwas married Saturday to Eugene F Castles of Frankfort The ceremony was performed in Opvingtpn where Castles and his br11electw nt Miss t is one of Kentuckys noted beau and a member of one of Central Kentuckys most prominent families She is a first cousin of former Con gressman South Trimble of Dr Joh South soninlaw of United States Senator Wo Bradleyand of Mrs E E Hume wife of Mayor Hume of Frank Cfortwin son of A Stewart Baldwin of Chicago for a number of years Baldwin senior is the chief engineer of the Illinois Central Railroad system and the young man to whom Mrs Castle- was engaged is at the head of a large advertising agency pf New Xork The wedding was set for September 11 Mrs Castles it is said went into th store of R H McClure where Castles manager to prefer her wedding dress and while there met him It is the same old stojryrlpve at the first sight and courtship culminated in their marI g Castles is from New Yo kIHa- rrodsburg Herald SUPERSTITIONS THeyPlmy l Times an Important Role Human Affairs When Sir Charles N pl rhadcon que red Meb mel All he louud It Im to lone or coax the wily Egyptian title signing the treaty shlc only would make his victory eQectlc- He hud nineteen Interviews with iJehempt Ii5 which the Englishman b turns sipped fluttered and threatened bid antagonist who listened day site r day rJllc same Immovable suilllng countetiajnce One day Sir Charles In speaking f England said casually that It was governed by a lucky woman A strange flash passed over tits pasha s countenance but he made no answer As soon as Napier had gone Meheraet sent for the English consul who was an Egyptian and demanded Youwere In London witch the Eng lash queen was crowned Were the omens bud or good s All good c YOu think that god luck Is wrl t tfupon the matter be fore but now that pow ash me r be r Hevethat It Is When she asked Allala to help her in her cork her eyes ran over Allah loves the Innocent JNO doubt of that said Meheraeti anxiously She must be lucky Early the next morning be sent for Sir Chhrlei and signed the treat English power and English cannon he could brave but not the luck written upqnftl fqreuead of n good worn an whom he hail serer seen General Cordons ijemarkable Influ ence qVer the was In a larjje degree due It Is stated to their beliefI In his extraordinary luck bylflneither his 1Jlllt or his religious zca but whJch bolieved that no was protected by aii invisible being who them fo victory No sword cou wound him or bullet kill A certa black ebony cane which tie carried w supposed tobe the magic talisman GeYwas ways to carry this cane when he led them Into battle These superstitions seem absurd us but they show that the fgnora nien hofdifhem eiltce In an i n visible power who can give good or ill fortune this will London Troth V 41 ot iit r EXCHANGEEXCBRPT5 j S lyjngs id Dogs of the pres AtIeFu- ssing proves lack of force Louis v31e Times man has no riJtbtto be satisfie- less he has done his bestBryan mmoner It is a law of reflex Ction that w get b jusfcosvhat veExl he man who has ey sfor the sun I shihe sees everything elpe in brightest hu sThe Columbmd I s the fellow who minds his ps and qs that sleeps on flowery beds ofes Philadelphia Record he man who never has occasion to bu3 an umbrella is one kind of a hustler Bourbon Stock ournal S lientists say we couldnt live with out microbes Wish however they cou dnt live within us Bourbon News Tie man who is too busy to take Vacation find out some day that a Iermanent vacation js not too busy to t ikerhim Climax QJ the 1001 young women who faired ast year 987 fell Into the arms pf n feel on the floor and one mt a wAter buttLife Oiie thing a man cah never under tno talk about so long over back fence B yens Commoner acted on a proper plan We must confess The es nothing more attractive than Unreasonableness Ar Indianja man was bitten by a bse the torv of his being kicked by a hen Richmond Climax flagemay one reason men have been acid still are ready to die for it 31ue Grass Clipper In England there are 114 widows to ever 54 widowers In Italy the rela live umbers are 135 and 60 in France 139 and 73 in Germany 135 and 59 in Austria 121 and 44ci Thirteen New York teachers secured man age licences on the first day of vaca ion Perhaps they felt that they must have somebody to bossWin ches er Democrat Lfee was by pen firmlvy conv need that the penis at least mightier han the gun Louisville Herald A Constipation Remedy Free There tpno action of your daily life 6f greater importance than to see that your bowels move They should mov at least once a day naturally and by that is meant without any help Jf t do not move at least once daYYQu can consider yourself con spmethinYou will be glad to know there is a way out of the difficulty Lem QuincylltMon han of Stonewall Miss and many othens were as you are now But one day hey awoke to the fact that Dr theirflenloudoin didforconstipation is no worse than theirs or of w om had it since 61 It only rettaai buttemporarypermanent cure that purgative tablets thingsmakbut do nothing that Is lasting Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin is a scientific prepa I syrupy11IQui thelIitescanbeprice of 50 cents and there Is a dollar fourIdInand owel troubles In old or young doctoraso tl at You can test It before buying If there Is anything about doItt any medical advice write to the doctor and he wilt toansweryou tully There la iiervlntco B Caldwell 600 Caldwell bldg IfH niM roe i i bZ The Reel Crotf Drucltora brn stalks have grown SP high jn this county that a bumble bee on a lass looks from the ground as small as a fly and a farmer who wants to look eve h Si field hasto cli bon the roof Of1t is barn r X u WPl never obtain peace of mind from people who ygive usa piece of theirs =Bpurbori Stock Journal T t Marse He will soon shake thedust ot lentucKYfrq mhis feetand gethimJ self away to aifpreign shore re isI3i goes will never come back Blue Giass Clipper wev ltha lovely coat otitan Johnyis b thecountry freckled and fat little man Moth mountainsooking And atheris back in his office YOKE Paragrafs Ba kward flow backward oh Time just while I am so weary of eyeglass and mile weary of perky accounts of his trip photos of Kermit and views of the hip cabled dispatches of wnat Tedd ate detailed recounts of receptions of state grant me I pray sur cease of the quest for I must have a rest Mister must have wrestUncle Rafe in The Standard Bardstown C J Daniel of near Paris sold his ChasaS Brent Bros jatOOcen per bushel and John lfoseberry poldto Js S ilson his crop of 6000 bushels of bluegrass seed at the sameprice Paris Ke ltuckj nIaoNortnern er lay dying Crushed by the otof the enemy his lifeblood was lowly ebbing away All about mangledformaBut his man was not alone for there was great peace in his heart as the moms its brought him ever nearer to the he me ol his soul Thus in the midnight le broke out into song Whe I can read my title clear To ansions in the skies tAndAnd as he was singing one and an other in the darkness took up the strain Here and there trembling voices joined in and pretty soon all over the battle eld a multitude of voices wer lifting the song of triumph CIlllid farewell to every fear And wipe my weeping eyes Thus they sang until one by one their lips v ere closed in death That was a song the night worth singing That was battle shout of men who were conqierors and more than conquerors throw h Him of whom the Bethlehem angels sang in the midnight centuries ago extern Publisher Out in Missouri a woman has been rendered speechless by the stingyof a bee rid of course the paraJtraphic inference will be that all the husbands in that Missouri neighborhood are out bee hunting Cleveland Plain Dealer Speaking of graveyard poetry here is one recently discovered on a tomb stone over in Greensburg Here lies our vife Samantha Proctor who ketch d a cold and wouldnt doctor She ould not stay she had tq go praise God from Whom all blessings flow Exchange Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Never Known to Fail I ave used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since it was first introduced to the public in 1872 nd have never found one instance where a cure was not speedily effected by its use I have been a commercial l travel r for eighteen years and never start out on a trip without this m faithful friend says H S Nichols o Oakland Ind Ter For sale by The Leo H yon Drug Co he School of Music Pers ns desiring a full course in Va cal am Instrumental or Public School opportuneespecial information Address H H Cheer rig Green Ky Cholera Infantum Cured Something like two years ago my babv hich was then about a year old inallDempseyerto relieve he but did her no good and being very much alarmed abut her went for a stto came s store and Mr Elder recommended Chamljerlabis Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea remedY I procured a Wattle of it we as quickly as possible and gave the baby a dose of the remedy It relieve her in fifteen minutes and soon cured her entirely For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co r i J r Dr 1W FTrUStY Practical JJ nislSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY AworkguaranteedP erSaydanl BarberJ T D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD = KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable tJtworldDR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12m 4 to 5 p m Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 6mci cj HITDOJJB Office Hours 8to SA M1 to 2p M J H LAMPTON M D jSPRINGFIELD KY t Office in Opera House Office phoru No 5 Residence Np38 I MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 bNifht I0f T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Wpahingtosadand Federal Courts CC h1cCHORDS rIATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal o rlI W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of Washlnand ad joining counties anfIn the courts olAp MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Waahingtoand S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERSpringfield Crying of public sales a specialty Wr go anywhere reason able Phone 84 Dr W R MORGAN Veterinary Surr see and Dentist PERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable In Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE JQIINYSMAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD i KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes 74fTHE SUN ANBothporelytAryansWeekly Courier ourrt 1 1Er0 Nashville American JA 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enduirer 17- Weekly 5 Atlanta Constitution 1 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 1 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm i 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomistu 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 2rFarm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325- Lippincotts Scnbners MagazineC0 Ledger 1 Harpers Magazine 4 Harpers Weeklyt 435 Sunnv 15C Mr F j r S aHor Mang C ts 8 on all Live Stoc DESTRQY5ALS KILJS OffLICEAND PARASITESI W Have IG lit Stock QSSDrugSfoe Notice Poultry Raisers Now is the time of theyear to tEefi your fowls a good tonic R41144 corer Cukertimbemeit not only keeps them Oiftlthr irit makes them lay Price 50c IIP eats no pay Guaranteed by your dtuftIHaydon RpbertspnlandJRcd Cpii Drug Store Ask for booklet pMdier r of poultry r Sun and CourierJounaJ 11J0- ubscribe for Sun iL Ytit BIIRmIRIRIIII CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville 35eThe417SameThe Sun and the daily Ctofirier Journal any three days m WTheCourierJournal any threedays in the week 2Theti ierJ6urnal one year 2 8t The daiVHeralThe Sun arid the Louisville Evening Post one vear f 8 511 iImwllItL1IRI lilli 1 IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOB ride tf Washington tr Springfitlds Chiici MANUFAOTURED BY J W JAR13OE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT f S1ogans 6ffREESewing Macliiu runs lighter thaw any other tmEElasts longer than any otter p mEEIiamorebeauiifultha 0any other fREEless vibratuMt 75than any other mEEis easier to operate than any other CfREEmakes a more perfect stitch thanany outer GmEEithc of all comr 76oneFREE SiwttGMAfMI rtCIUCAGO a XLLIl jf ROBERTSON CIAYBR Agent SprkffAilii Y 4 0 iiI wf 1 4 J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 1900 I = l fl N f TheB rthtownFi Good sicI j fl T 1 1 9 A Shady Grounds Good Stockl j I I J I Good Time Special Train on Sept 2 3 4 Leaves Springfield at 1O15 a nti made at points between Soringfield and Bardstown One Fare Plus25tcents for RoundTrip Good returning to Sept 6 JW SPALDING President GUTHRIE WILSON Secretary SPRINGFIELD SUN- x ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAYi t 8Q SCRIPTION ONE DOLLARJ In Advance H to SMITH Editor and Publisher fctereat the postoffice at Springfield 4 r Ky for transmission the oas as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION s i 0Year Liooionths 50 Months m 25 Dimicrailc Ticket j CIR JUDGEI H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEYI C9 Hill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVE T D Graham COUNTY JUDGE B L Litsey COUNTY CLERKW F Booker CIRCUIT CLERK Robt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEYT Scott MayesJ SHERIFFS J Anderson a SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT W Bush JAILERGeo Dl CatlettIAsSESSORW T CORoNERDr W t RobertsaWas that fine judicial temperament in a joint discussion last Monday Or washe afraid that his platform is too slippery to stand on FOR SALEA latestmdel No f Oliver typewriter This machine is in firstclass Condition having been used only three months For further particulars and terms apply at this office DrGTBurto RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Wit out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY IS All Dental Work Strictly Fir t class Springfield Ky 0 See in Hagoii Block up stairs M jLocalj STRAYEDA white sow will we gh about 270 pounds Reward for any in forimlbonof her whereabouts J W JARBOE fco Fruit Acid Jar Caps and Rubbers Parafine Wax Fruit Jars and every thing needed for Canning and Presecv ing at McElroy Shader l Born to Dr and Mrs J C Mu on Tuesday Aug 24 a fine boy Fall goods of all kinds now in stock at P J Thomas 4il1bepaid before September tIG C Wharton reas WANTEDrBring us your EGGS BUTTER BACON and HAMS MCELROY SHADE The place to get your Jelly Glasses and Fruit Jars is at PJ Thomas Take your clothes to Links Ra to have them cleaned and pressed R tes reasonable Work guaranteed Any intelligent person may can a good income corresponding for new pa pers experience unnecessary Send stamp for full particulars Em ire Press Syndicate Middleport N Y Feed your poultry a good toni to keep them in a healthy condition This means more eggs more rapid gro with ot the young Enterprise Poultry P w der will do it Sold by- HAYDON RbBERTSQirj rI specjials very the same price of others atJThe Red Cross Drug re- Marriage licenses have been issued to Mr Jeff Case and Miss Margaret Cutsinger Mr Willie Gibbs and Miss Patience Crook LoST + Between the residence ot G D Duncan and the church a SIonSTICKTITE Fly Paper the stickiest ever There is a difference Thre double sheets fcr 5c at MCELROY SHADERS IWanted Sjaveral Good laborers 1 5 cents an hour Apply t the Baptist Church If you are going to buy a Wheat Dril dont fail to see the Thomas A ful carload of Birdsell wagons just arrived See them Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL The Fair will soon be here and if yo1 want to bake Premium Cakes or Ligh Bread dont forget to use White Plum or ROyal Patent Flour Either one will help you jdo it Found only at MCELROY SHADERS J W Eddleman has Mc- Makin Tucker of near BI00h1field1 farm of 302 acres Price 15000 It was reported in The Sun last week tha Mr Eddleman had purchased a farm of Mr Fred Gheatham for 9000 Mr Eddleman informs us that the deal din tgo through and resulted in the above purchase August Specials Six Bars Big Deal Soap25c Six Bars Red Wrapper Soap25c Seven Bars Lenox Soap25cS- lxl Boxes Matches25c Fruit Jars Pmts50c Fruit Jars Quarts60c Fruit Jars onehalfs 75crr MCELROY SHADER MclNTIRE Mr T E Ballard and Lennie McIn tire have returned from a pleasant visit to the family of Mr Polin McIntire of UniontownMiss Nally of Louisville is the pleasant guest of relatives here Mr md Mrs Jessie Alvey and daughter Estelle of Loretto spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr Jeff Walker and family Mr Jimmie Mudd and sister of Lou isville are spending this week with their sister Mrs Dave Graves Born on the 22 inst to Mr and Mrs Robert Mclntire a boy Mrs Calep Ballard and son Cleofus of Holy Cross visited the families of Sill Johnston atidT E Ballard this week Scarlet fever seems to be getting quite prevalent Jmong the children in this vicinity It seems to be in a light form so far no deaths having occurred Died at her home near this place on last Sunday Mrs Rose Cecil aged 82 years l rdeath was due to heart fail She was the widow of the late lure Cecil Interment took place the following day at St Rose of which church she was a devoted member De ceased leaves several daughters and two sons to mourn their loss Mrs Florence Thompson and sister Mrs Sallie Burns of Louisville were called here this week by the sickness and death of their mother Mrs Rose l Cecil MrR Montgomery has returned from a weeks stay at Dawson Springs SiinsItownMisses Estelle and Edith QBryan of Louisville are spending a few days with their aunt Mis Charley Wheatly LOST Severalh weeks ago while out calling I left a Brown Silk Umbrella with Silver Handle engraved ST R somewhere Anyone knowing of its whereabouts will do a great favor by leaving it at Haydon Robertsons Drug Store Try Kentucky Star Flour So good Farm for Sale I I desire to sell my farm of 137J acres situated on the Wilhsburg and Chaplin turnpike about one mile from burg Plenty of tobacco and wood land good meadow and blue grass Neylfive room house with all necessary outbuild ings Good orcnard and plenty of water MRS SUSAN A CHEATHAM FOR SALE I I desire to sell my farm of 193 acres situated about 2 miles below Barks Distillery on Hardihs creek 4 miles from Loretto 4 miles from Man ton 6 miles from St Rose oh the Elizabeth rpad Good tobacco land 16 acres bot tom land 100 acres of grass between 600 and 700 rods of rock fence Want to sell before sowing wheat C G SMITH Springfield Ky Rt 5 Contract Letting Bids Wanted Contracts for the Building Grading and Putting Metal on of a new Turn Dike running from the Mackyille and Wlllisburg pike near the Cross Roads Washington county Ky to the same pike near Blake Arnolds will be let out to the lowest and best bidder Saturday Sept 4 1909 White Hall School House atThe road to have a fourteen foot grade and a twelve foot metal To be let out by the quaitermile Persons desiring to put in bids send them sealed to ROBT BILEY Pres of Ploid or A J BOTTOM YictPris Kentucky Star Flour Best made Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it hOOOOOOOOOOOGCOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FARMERS BANKIncorporated Mackviilt CAPITAL 1500000 SURPLUS PROFIT 300000 We offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is con siSt Iwith conservative banking The strengthand stability ofa largelyonitsDirectors as well as Integrity as they are the men who direct its affairs We present a boardastrong institutionand are anxious tp serve you J B PETER President ELVPTBIBCH VPresIdent J JL SMITH Cashier- DIRECTORS J B Peter Elvin Birch J T Sweeney Dan McIlvey JM Rnssell James Cochran Geo W Powell CShewmaker J W nest B0 Matherly J w Arnold 3OOGOOdOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOO Secure a Certificate I Under the law the Western Norma has the po er to issue the ELEMENT ARY CERTIFICATE the INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the holders to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life re sPectivelYwithout further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Address H H Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky 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 provediEIectric Bittern prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies enriches and vital izes the rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life tone to the en tire system Its a godsend to weak Kidneytroublemonths writes W M Sherman of Lusbing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 5tc at Hay don Robertsons J I Going to TheI Fair J Todays Attendance tHe Largest on first day in Years c c c = clcc Louisville Pay FridayFriday will be the largest day in the his ory jof the Fair Associ tiohthey having secured the Louisville Commercial Club to come up on a special train accompanied by about I5Q other people The Officers of the Association headed by a brass band v ju v will meet 1 e train at the depot arid will march in a body to the Fair ground 4 t EVERYBODY COME AND BRING FOUR FRIENDS THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 1909 1V t JILj F I t Come to Thei1r + J Springfield air Make our store youf Stopping Place and Head= e quarters while iril our town v v Ht r We are prepared to show a more varied assortment of GENTS a id LADIES FURNISHINGS than any house in town LADIES NECKWEAR DUTCtf COLLARS BARETTES BACK and SIDE COMBS DUTCH COLLAR PINS BELTS HOSIERY GL VES SHIRT WAISTS DRESS SKIRTS MUSLIN UNDERWEAR and HIGHGRADE HEATflER6 OOM SKIRTS CDU aI caz eaas IIca Oea 3I ShjktsT- he t greatest line of Mens Fine Shirts we nave ever shown ir The Monarch l and 1150 Fountain and 1150 FurgusonMcKinn 50c and 75c These shirts are no excelled for values and styles come and see them Gents Hosiery Nectwear Collars Belts Suspenders Handkercliiefs Etc Clothing We have just received a complete stock of Hart Schaffner rtarx Suits for Fall FrQm18to 30 M B CoS Welwort suits 150 to 20 The celebrated Perfe lion suits for chil dren and young men and childrens Knee Pants suits i 400 to 1000 ind ifor young men 750 to 2000 These three lines represent the rerybest of styles and quality onoes We are also stock dup in the newest and styles in Mens Womens and Childrens fine shoes or Fall being sole agents for Mens Flo sheim and Douglas shoes Womens KrlPender Di man Cos fine shoes Boys Don las and C E fine shoes Childrens Sinback shoes celebrated SpecialPrices- We are making Special Prices on Spring and Summer Goods Silk Mulls worth Fifty cents for25cMercerized Mulls worth thirtyrfiv i cents 20c Muslins worth twenty cents for 1 2c Muslins vorth 126 and 15 cents for 9c V OxfordslWomens Oxfords worth 4 for 275 Womens Oxtords worth 3 for 200 Mens Oxfords worth 3 for 225 Mens Oxfords worth 5 for V 350 Suits Mens Spring Suits1 worth 25 fcr 1500 Mens Spring Suitt wotth 20 for 1 250 Mens Spring Suits worth 15 ff 900 fIJ tJO CJ n C = IoI a1A D0v T Cunningham Duncan Co Springfield 1tt aooo f eat el aooei e0rQ I Personal Notes I o 11QVisitors In and put TownA 0 Rand Up theiWeeks 3 Personal Newse0 I ooorOOO OPOOQO Mayes in Frederick and C F Mr Litsey wife and baby of Chlca JJN are visiting the family of Mr Litsey near town Miss Bertha Miller of New Hope Trusty is the guest pf her sister Mrs W F Misses Willie May Figg and Sallle Doyle of Ifleasureyille are the guests of Mrs C W Noe Miss Irene Spalding has return to her hom at SL Marys after a visit to Miss Nellie Simms Mr Brown jof Louisville spent las Rfd andiFnday at the home of Al Martin Mr Smith of Shelbyville has been visiting at the home of Mr M H JonesrMrs Fred Manget of Louisville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John VILewis Mrs atherine Neale and Miss Elizabeth Npale returned to their home in Louisvilje Friday after a visit to Mr and Mrs F R Neale Mrs Kate Spalding and Miss Mary Belle Spalding of Lebanon visited friends here Saturday Miss Lula Clay Epper on of Versailles Visiting Misses Edna and Ollie CatlI Mrs R lph Boldnck spent Monday in Lebanon jMiss Katie Hertlein spent Wednes day with friends in Bardstown Mr and Mrs Jeffries of Louisville are visiting Mrs Harry Shader Mrs Lizzie Durrett and son Josepf visited relatives in Bloomfield and Tay lorsville ellatterdart of last week Mr attended the Perryville weekIMr Irvine Wimsatt and children of Louisville are the guests of Mr Wimsatts mother Mrs Janie Willett Mr Mack Miller of Nelson county was here for ceunty court Mr Will Stiles of Bardstown vis ited here the first of the week Mr Palmer Grundy of Louisville is visiting relatives here rMr Joe Phillips of Lebanon was in town county court day Mr A L Jenkins has returned to Mr G D Iuncans after visit to his parents in elson county Hon Ti Scott Mayes s ent yesterday in Louisville Mr and Mrs J C Janes of Har rodsburg re here to att edd the fair and are at tie Walton Hot Miss Ethel Goodin of Lebanon is the guest ot Miss Louise Bt rber Mr and Mrs Nick Ra who have been spending several m nths with their Dr and rs W W Ray have returned to tf eir home in Tennessee Mr H M Grundy his returned from a two reeks stay at ar nSVil1e Ind Mrs Alice Miller of New Hope has been visiting at the hnrie ot Dr W F Trusty Miss Dil lie Lawson of Louisville is the estof Mr and Mrs T J GravesI Mr l Estes of Le anon was in town Monday Mr of Dallas Tex was Katie Cain Sunday RiCjardThompson Miss stained at 6 oclock n honor of Miss Margaret McChord Messrs Frank Peters a id Heflfer donandIry ville last week IMessrs Morrison ONs n and Ben F Simms attended the Penyville fair last Friday MI J Ft Simms and on John were m Louisville the first of the week Messrs Henry McElroy Proctor McElroy Sam Mackin and H nrySpald ing of Leba ion and Ed 0 Daniel of St Marys at ended county ourt here Monday Messrs Frank and Jim Montgom ery have returned from a sev ral weeks stay at Dawson Springs Mrs Jesse Rapier and Miss Leona Rapier of Bardstown wil arrive to morrow to visit Mr C L Price and family Miss Margaret Shader has been spending a few days in Louis file Miss Annie James of Ha rodsburg is in ilea here and attending III the falrl h r I J 1 Needles Shuttles and Bobbins for 1 Y 4useki All Makes of Sewing Machines t +Give us name of machine you use and the Arrow +on above Rotary will produce the Needle Shuttle or J Bobbin 4 timeedyou are our Ii Needles are put up in wood tube which prevents rust t u d f W wTry the BOYE Black Belt it saves the mae +tIt from undue wear allows of a loose adjustment which 0 taking off undue strain saves the operator hours of +a hard work u W tIt T Needle Boye PRICE i ThreaderC + tit Each oner tt ATENTEt W W dShriplei Most valuable of all attachments No twisting biting or cutting thread + iWe can furnish repairs for anymake of Sewing Machine T The Robertson Claybrooke CoINCORPORATED fft fttf1t ftt ftiftt fttftf Tfitfttfttor or or or or Miss Susie Penn entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Till Brown Mrs Florence ODaniel and children of Lebanon spent Monday with Mrs T W Kelly Sr Mr Charles Baker of Louisville is visiting his aunt Miss Carrie Edelen Miss Stella McIntIre of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs J W Riedel Miss Maggie May Wycoff of Mack ville will be the guest ot Miss Nancye Simms this week Mr Joe Wycoff of Mackville is visiting friends here this week Mr Wallace McElrby of Lebanon was it town Monday Mr H D Stiles and twosons of Danville spent Monday here Mr Barber Baldwin of Bardstown Was in Springfiel Monday Mr Joe Wycoff and Miss Nancye Simms were at Tatham Springs Tues day Mrs G L Haydon is spending sev oral weeks with Mrs Joe Mudd of Chicago Miss Till Brown of Louisville is the guest of Miss Kate Wharton Miss Bernice Spalding has returned to her home in Lebanon after a visit to Miss Ernestine Knott or Misses Lucy Mary and Veola Brown have returned from Bloomfield where they visited their sister Mrs N B McClasky Mr Louis Kelly attended the Per ryville fair last week eMr Perry Marks is Visiting rela tives here iMr Palmer McElroy and daughter Whitney of Packard Ky are visiting Mr McElr oy s parents Mr and Mrs rwP McElroy MrsJ9Mr and W1ettandjdaughter Mrs Mary and sons Maury and Joseph Mr and Mrs E T Wigginton and children of Fairfield Mr and Mrs J D Motch ctf Bloomfield and Dr and Mrs M V Hyatt and sons Meredith and William were guests at the home of Mr J R Durrett in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood Sunday last G C Wharton entertained at IMrs Monday afternoon in honor of Miss Till Brown of Louisville the guest of Miss Kate Wharton Those present were Misses Till Brown Susie Penn Cecelia Simms and Kate Wharton Mesdames J W Lewis Fred ManIget H B McElroy Mary idesnJ L Wharton C C McChord E L Davison Matt Mayes C A Green H R Thompson G Wharton and C F Bosley Kentucky Star Flour Best made t rT1Infrom ihe fair andgeta Jnice loaf of Cream Bread or some nice Cakes They r ate baked every day Visit 1 Our Iceless Soda Fountain and- o En 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as school childrens day and Louisville Times day Prof J G Grabbe state superintendent of pub lie instruction who has been made bairman of this days pilogain will mike an extraordinary effort id secufe1 a record breaking attendance of school i children from the city of Louisville d state of Kentucky 1s this is the jperiinKaay the ceremonies will likely tilcd antaddress by thogovernor- and a number of other distinguished speakers are expected to the tfair tfith heir presence on this oc- Blot t J sthe naming of each day for thfe Tally papers of Louisville is an Inno tatlon in the Special Day program mch pajper try to make its day the biggest and the power off the press once wleiaefl in behalf of an 101 stitution like this can brig dous results Me Robert W Brown managing editor of the Times is vice chairman for the first day Tuesday Sept 14 will be Fraternal Day and Louisville Herald pay Mr Charles B Norton is chairman and Mr George A Newman editor of the Herald Is vice chairman All the leading fraternal org niza tons in the state will be asked to join in a grand parade and make this a general reunion pr common meeting ground forcal the fraternal organizations within the state dn this day t ejl begi-n Horses and mules and cattle win be exhibited in the livestock pavilion tfouUryandoth2rdepa rate within their epartment enclosures Wednesday S Pti5 will be Louis VIne and Sduthern Indiana and GourierJournal Diyi MaybWjames F Grinstead of Louisville will be chair mas Mayor Jacob Best of New Al bany Majtir E N Flynff ot Jefferson ville and Graham Vreelanol managing editor of the CourlerJournal will be vice chairmen The mayor of Louis yule and the mayor ofllm two neigh boring cities across the fives will each w T WEEKLY 9QURtERJOIiRfIAL HfSr trtrs9n Editor jIspolities It pnnts all the news without fear or favor The regular is i a ear but ou can the WEEKLY COUiUERJOURN LandA t t 1 SNBOTH i ONE tEAR FOR ONLY 15O 4 iI If you will Rive or sendyour order to this r papernot toute oer f Daily Courier Journal one yea tl 600 J Sunday Courier Journal oneyea r ioo ifWe can give rateIWDally o ou ll1 t is paper 1A I t r 1IJiIJ Issue a ha liPnoliday proclaniatlon Some of the best horse rings of the week are scheduled for thiS day Also jack st ck Hereford and Angus cattle Ayrshire cattle Durocj and Chester W Ite swine Hampshire Cotswold ani Dorset sheep will be judged Th rsday which has always brought the largest attendance at past fairs has en very appropriately des ignated as K entucky Day Press Day and Good Ho ids Day More Kelituck lans will be een together than on ny- slngledy or single event of the year r T C Un erwood president of the kentucky Prsss Association JJ chair man of the ay and will have asso elated with him all the active and publicisplritei newspaper men of the state which alone should make it a ller day j Hon JoseQ F Bosworth President of the Kentucky Good Roads Assbcia tion is vice ihalrman As an active campaigQ for the good roads amend ment to th9 c institution will be waged throughout J e ah1e the coming faq It is1ikey th t some of the big guns for this mac needed public Improve meat will op n their first fire aij this meeting Ere Ident Bosworth believes that nearly a the good toads enthu slasts to the s ate which equal a ood sized army will be on hand Several rings of hors 4s will be shown in th HltmpIhlreAmerican M rlno Delaine Merino Rambouillet Lincoln and Cheviot sheep and Angora goats will be judgedrFriday Sep 17th will be Equity Day Tobacco Growers Day Grange Day Louisvill Post Day Colonel C M Barnett pr jsident of the American chairmanandlucky State Gange and Mr Boyl G Boyle managi ig editor of the Post are vice chair nen This should cer tainly be a far neVs day and if all indications do n t fall the Sons of the SonWITIbe ut in greater number ever known before The to 1thanwas from the dark patch r en RIv r district and Our Ithe section art ah coming strong and will try ta outnumber the other The Patrons pi Husbandry that 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names toward th chief engineer 0 course we men knew e dldnf mean anyt Ink outs the w yby the langwidsk but the chief engineer wps a wlclO s man an e allowed his tunable anger to become uncontrolled So we men laid Jones a In thefay free ward o a ieetle bO that half hid Itself shylike behind a row o scraggy palms When font off on a boot eight o weJmen eo got back to the ship In l with her The eighth man on the wharf deserted amid a multlchude o coolies Hi was that man An being as til wouldnt shift carf gofer a livin wage Hi presented me self body an soul to a recruitln offi cer who was out ttcrone1e nCalJed Juan Torres T same an Torres was up country omeres hi UoaD e didnt have no idear o belli ketched hence It needed men was man aDIIHI Now uu iucj we marched away svjho in all the worl o rascals should heave in sight but JonesrEhaa a lag abouti his heal an e wanted to list NOfHI hd never expected to see e ag iii this worl aii ibein pious Inclined didnt want to njieet him in the next Hi always watched my terbacker when e was about Sam Rawlins had hdIthey needed men an Jones IuWeli soe went along E tol me that the doctors at the lectio horspital had been very confident tlia e would die but in spite o it e fooled enl Anyway upcountry we goes after Juan Torres an the first town we gets Inter down goes Jones with the fever The doctor o the regi ent said e would die certain but Jones dldDtrE scraped throughj selp mete didnt TWO weeks after e began to creep about the camp mule kicks him n reglar sinasner in th side an away to the lee le horspital they carries him to mend up IUHI didnt see Jones no more forlnear year nejther did Hi see Juan Torres Qua day when we thought we had im spotted at last her camp goesIan says ye Just where they are says e An In ten minutes out We marches Jones leadln the way How have yebeen asiJIthe colonel leggin It longside o Jones Werry well says Jones back to him pleasantlite Hi aint been outer the horspital more ntJan days u Guns cries the colonel bid it take em all that time to Ipatcb up three broken ribs No explains Jones They fixed tip them ribs ifa six weeks but after HI got discharged from that spell HI went inter town on a leetle sin otcb arounye know an some William knifes me In fact e knifed me two or three times afore e war satisfied with his contractan so y bustles me back to the leetle hospital with out any great loss o time That were a four month job but they did It an nary a grumble Oh this well is my long suit says Jones proud like What troubles me most Jones solemnly is that mdybewben the blow comes ag in Hill too tar up country an wont reach the bospl taiID time but Hi bopes no Why you must like bean sick says the colonel sprlsed Jt alai the beta sick ays Jones thats nasty But the souimy the soup Delicious says Jones smackin his Upss If e could taste it liebeen In fortytwo hospitals in my time an have been discharged cured nigh on to sixtyseven tinges so HI know Sixtyseven times echoed the colonel Return wislts explni ed Jones quickly ButHIdoot des air o bet terln that record cause nows my vitality an what Hi can stand On we mepweDtsUeDtliTbe re ports t ye we or em- rats in the center o a thick forest but the reports w nt tell ye bolone Jones carried fire an sword Into the habitation o Juan TJorres It stood tat a clearin Jones beat us to the Inclosu e by a good tyenty feet an Tones was first to q leg over the topSome native feller punched a the calf o it but that native feller t oubled no Other man J nes fought like a demon an we lost hjmln thee smokio battle Late in the day when tie struggle hadceased ah the smell o rink pots der was b glnnih to slsve away through the orest we started to hunt up our men We found Tones lyln ncrost a pile ro severely used natives over again secluded portion o the stockade Theme be had cornered six desperate mbn an tbeslhht o his handlwork was exceedin fir to look upon We carried Jones tenderly away The doc e looked at him an say doc softly 1es dead poor ellow an there were ears in more eyes than one But that might a mancime racln liter the colonels nut an bawls oat E aint dead Who aiPt dad yells the colonel it Jones cries the man Es come to life again Down to th4 surgeons hut ruahe puzzledToetions him to be quiet S3Y8thecrazy requests What does want asks the color nel tEs mumblIn all the time about gpin back to ths leetle horspltal says the doe 4Es a bero cries the colonel an e shall go Why man says the other e 9 got three bola wounds shot twice through the bod an has been clouted acrost the head E cant possibly live But till morninV Jones he rd him say it an hs calls out weakl does Jones Its lie says he an HIm goln back rIthe leetle horspltal Well e don die a ibit At th end o a week t o natives shouldered his bed an star ed for the coast Hi an five men went along to guard em Five paces in the rear more nativeisullenly wrestled with the Our orders plant him decently wherever e we determined to It weretto marched a week the town sight By that time Jones to sit up an take notice but saw the town an the leetle o the horspital e started to a frantic welcome Wbe1ewith that a hemorrhage r ordered the tw sullen to tbO front with their But Jones rallied u Its no use says he grlttin his teeth Ye cant ury me In this worn leetIehorspltalclean water An we promised E seemed to be inkln again so we takes the shortest cut to the sea When we got In view o the docks we saw a vessel adin there i Jones peekedat It tb n yelled an set bolt upright Its tie Koolah says he Get me aboard men get me aboard Ill be cured to o ict if yeIl only heave me u Hi queried mutterin a c Wbatllcurere chief engineer saw nearly had a stroke But to see them two sullen natives They had hustled an wrestled with tl at coffin all the way from up countr an they were all faggedout Wltl a rich burst o tropic tbewtltranwtledring o expandin ripples that marked its burial 1 Was that for Jones asked a voice HI looked up to see Sam Rawlins starin at him HI nodded It dont spse me e said slow ly an thoughtfully Ed cheat any think Ed cheat the o ts tbatd feed over his grave Hi guess Hill go an lock up my terb cker piiys Sam Raw Tins ADhe dI1lt j i A Scriptural Explanation When wniiim Pengllly was a sailor boy weather b und oni the roast of Devonshire he bad his earliest geological experience and S Baring Gculdthe lath r of Cornish Characi tecs and Strange Events says be was wont to relate It as is printed below I received my flrst lesson in geology at Lyme Regis rer soon atterI had entered my teens A Wis observing accidentally broke a large stone of blue lias and thus dis clclsed a fine am nonite the first fossil I tad ever seen or heard of Whats that I exclaimed It you read j our Bible youd know what Us said the workman some what scornfully- I have read my Blue But what has that to do with it uID the Bible were told there was once a flood thai covered all the world At that time all the rocks were mud and the different things that were drowned were b irled in It and theres a snake that vas burled that way thingsbesidesabouts UA snake Bui wheres his bead- Y must real tbeBlblel tell ee and then youll rind out why tis some of the snakes aintgot no heads xWere told they that the seed of the shall bru Is6 the serpents bead tins how tis The Department of State There in ancient tale of a treaty between two Greek states by which one was to rnto the other as a condition of peace the half of Its captured navy Thp Implementing of this treaty was accomplished with the saw ing o each trlr the in two Whether all tHe bows or all thesterns were given back does not come own to us in history Some people probably think this mlgh be done todays But diplomacy Ms as good as the national conscience The welfare cf peoples rather than the ambition of rulers Is the basis of the diplomacy of modern times Mediaeval trick ry has almost dlaap peared What la wanted today Is a rood case for jnes country and an able lean to tl vocals It It is very surprising then 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her brother who is very ill at his nOTe in Lexington T C Tatum our genial merchant was in Louisville last week purchasing his fall goods v hosA Grundy attended the SKep- herdsville fair Thursday Mrs L E Ferguson of Michigan City Ind is visiting her parents Mr ariJ Mrs Palmer Goatley of this place Mrs M Reed was hostess to several of her friends Sunday Among those present were Mr and Mrs Ben Janes Mr Thos Reed and wife of Booker and Mr and Mrs W Foe Moran King Comstock visited friends near Tatham Springs Saturday and Sunday Tobacco is being housed at a rapid gait m this section Mr Palmer Goatley is visiting rela IIIIII bY 00 S I SPKINGPIELD KY PHONE 72 i iTEETH v EXTRACTED WiTHOUTI II Done in this office is first andBESuOve McElroy Shalders Grocery 3 tivea in Clyde Kans and is also pros pecting in future in estments in the Golden West Your correspondent spent Sunday at Tatham and it is useless to say the day was an excellent one a nd enjoyed to its utmost as that only partially expresses it Washington One 2 Gave Up Ito three doctors was kept in bed for weeks Blood from a spiders bite caused largrdeep sores to thenIBot4ueville Tex For eczema boils burrs and piles its supreme 25cat Haydon Rqbertson1 SUNSThe1 II 11111 Do You Want H toBuyaFarHsill Wt can We are ready at all times to skew you Come and see us About 100 farms in our hands See partial list belor No 1160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from field nine room dwelling in good repair 3barns plenty of grassIplents of water all under good fence Price 50 per acre No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns 90 acres of new Jand plenty ofIgrass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two barns plenty of water all of farm in grass all under goo fence Price 55 per acre No 486l acres one mile east of ifackville 8 room welling good tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 500 rees all of fruit all under good fence plenty of water plenty of grass Price 3500INo 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile froir pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise tobacc Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine tock barn 100 acres fine river bottomland 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Price S85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant iiouse 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land at leastonehalf ot the farm new land Price 40 per acre Nd 812 acres 1 mile from Springfield on pike 5 room dwelling in good repair good barn all under good fence p enty of fruit plenty of water Price 2500 No 9450 acres 1 mile from pike on county road 1 mi e from Loretto 7 room dwelling in good repair all under good fence all in grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone abrural route fine stock barn 60 feet square plenty of tobacco land Price 30 per acre No 10961 acres 3 miles from Springfield close to achdbl six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64e6od stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posti Price 3600I LAKE BOSLEY 118181 IeIe i HEIOIC ACT James Semonis Dives to The Bot tom of Deep Pool and Saves a lady Other Accidents IILast Sunday night Mr James Sem onis Mrs Henry Gray teacher at Blackschool house and Mrs Ware came r ear findinta watery grave near Dry Frk in the West endo the coun ty T le thrt e had driven to Neyada to atten the nisaion meeting at that place Aft the temporary abatement of the sturrri though thedar meSs was intens they started for home depend ing upon repeated flashes of thej forked hghtn ng to see the way On reaching the D y Fork ford they found the creek out of its banks They then decided to take a tothertoute through a held which would without the ne cess it of era jsiiig the swollen creek Passir S thro igh the field m Egyptian darkn ss the ost their way land drove into a deep isi k hole which had become filled vith rater and the hose buggy and o cupants sank out of sihtin tie murky watieri Mr S moms was the first ID get out qf the buggy and come to thjsurface after being submerged orse came up with the buggy which Mrs Ware was still seated arid struggled out of the hole pulling the bugg and Mrs Ware to safe ground TAt tl is moment a flash lighted up the situa ion and not seeing Mrs Gray Mr Semonis called to Mrs Wiare and aske if shnd Mrs Gray were safe She answered that Mrs Gray was not in th buggv anmust be in ttie pool Mr Semoqis then did ap art which shou d entitle hIm to Carnegie medal for ieroism for without a moments hesit tion he dived to the bottom of the pool where he found Mrs Gjr y and grasp ng her brought her safe to the bank where with much dIfficultyshe was resuscitated by her two icompan ionsIOr the same pight a man naroed El liott attempted to ford the Dry rorkirI a bu rgv when the horse got b dept i find would have drowned but for the resence of mind of Mr Elliott who leap td outwhen the horse went down and qpening his knife swam with it in his tseth to where the hors was strug gUn and cutting the harness relieved the horse ffrom the shatts and he andI the horse swam to the opposite leaV ng the buggy in midstream Tl e same night Marcus Glaunch came ridir g along on horseback ancl rode into the Dry Fork at a ford but when the hors a struck a swim Mr Claunch rea lizin i his great danger and being unable to s vim seized his horse by the mane and the noble animal carried him safe acre SSeThe same night and in the sam i locality lightning strUck three tim s in Charlie Hungates yard thus aha tering the old adage thatjj lightning nev r strikes but once in the same lace Hirrodsburg Herald Secure an Education il The State Normal School at Bowling J Green Ky offers an exllentop por unity to young people desiring edu ation The Fall anI September 8 l909 Write for mamon i IJKentucky Fair Dates 1 ie following are the date fixed for hol ing the Ke uucky Fairs ror 1909 as far as reported S lelbyyille August 245 d ays S pringfield August 254 days Iondon August 254 days lorence August 54 days rankfort August 314 days ardinsburgf August 313 days daysJJardstown September 14 days odgenville eptember 73 dayslasgow LouisvilleSefcottsville S ptember 163 days edford Oct ber 12 days IIntense Colicky Pains Relieved For some years I suffered from in ten se colicky pains which would come on it times and from which I could find no ehefsays I S Mason of Beave Dan Ky Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy was recomi me ded to me by a friend After tc k ing a few doses of the remedy I was yeralagsyn ptoms This remt DrugCo t I I FENWICK 1 Mr and Mrs C W Adana visite- Mr Kent Rogers and family unday Miss Hattye Smith of Springfield is visiting relatives at this place Misses Ella and Lizzie Adams were II the pleasant guests of the Misses Fowler of near here Saturday Louise Fen wick and her guest Hat tye Smith visited Lloyd Fe wick and family Saturday Those who attended the Perryvjjle fair from this community were Misses Verna Rogers Alma Fenwick Edna Cochran of Mackyille and Mrs C W Adams Messrs Oscar Lanham Wa lace Adams Stanley and Mr C W Eva Inman was the guest of Verna Rogers Wednesday night Sadye Fenwick spent Ffdavafter noon with Mary RoseJ an siMr Creath Dean of Chaplin was the guest of his sister Mrs Sam Mont gomery Saturday night ind Sunday- Mr and Mrs Dan Thompson were guests of Mr and Mrs J M Janes SundaySeveral from here attended county court at Springfield Monday Mr Joe Smith and Mrs Ella Mont gomery of Springfiald were in our vi cinity Sunday afternoon IM Shannon Thompson visited his Mr Ed Janes of near Springfield MrK Sunday B Graves and family were guests of the formers parents Sunday lastSeveral of the youngsters trom this vicinity attended the protracted meet ing at Mackville Mrs Nannie Fenwick was thQ pleas ant guest of her son Mr Lloyd Fen wick of the Rid eSunday SLING FOR COLTS A Rest For Those Injured So That They Cannot Lie Down I P cently bad a teiimonthsold colt suffer a severe wire cut on its breast aud forearms so that It could not lie down so 1 set about to devise a sling to ease the animal says a breeder I bad none on band so i made one as follows For the cloth part I secured a large cottonseed meal sack wide enou h to support the entire IIldersurflJe of the colts body The ends of this sack I stitched securely over ordinary one Th1Sfw FOB INJUUED COLTS and a half Inch steel tubing allowing the ends of the tube to project from the ends several inches fAs I did not want to cut the rope thissIlnJI coltsIthe gas pipe and drew them up so the sling rested snugly against the colts chest The ends of the rope were then thrown over a joist above the olts loins and drawn up so as to bring the other end of the sling against the colts abdomen and then fastened securely In a few minutes the colt caught on and was soon resting comfortably- In the sling A Good Feed For Hogs A successful Kansas breeder has ex perimented with hogs In feeding vari ous rations uud thinks he has found a feed that does the work just a little morO satisfactorily than anything else In feeding hogs be says 1 let them run with the cattle as usual Tint I do not believe that hogs do just the best kind In following cattle and getting nothing else but corn They need some variation from that and will do better when they get some other feed besides the corn they get with the cattle In the feed lot In feeding a recent carload of hogs that brought top prices I gave them a slop composed of water shorts lin seed meal and tankage I make this slop thin and salt Jt pretty freely I put In shorts to the same amount of weight as hdth the tankage and Un seed meal It makes a very tine feed and one which hogs relish very much I give It three times each day find the hogs ready for It each time It sort of sharpens up their appetites and at the same time acts as a laxative keeping them in the best condition The cost of this feed Is not very much so that In fattening this car load of hogs from the very start they cost very little and represented a large profit in my spring feeding Early Maturity In Swine This Is au exceedingly desirable qual- Ity in most animals but Is particularly so in hogs It the spring pigs can be made to grow rapidly lay on the right kind of flesh and fat and be marketed in the fall the profit Is sure to be considerable Most of the growth and weight are put on while plenty of pasture Is available This makes it possible to secure gain at a very low figure Breeds like PplaiidObinas Es sex Thin Rind Small Yorkshire etc seem to be qyjte desirable fort early maturity i BRIDAL TRIPI VV Of Young Couple Was Down Riv cr to Cert in Death Spec tacufar Suicide of Bride and Groom When Herman Lindeman the fore man ofa Chicago printing establish ment and Miss Ena Zister to whom he was engaged to be married quietly slipped away from Chicago a few days ago they apparently had all their plans laid to create a sensation They had confided to a few of their Cosestie betore leaving that they were ndsI Elkhart Ind to be married They not want a church wedding they said They preferred something more roman tic a quiet wedding but with llthej trimmings ofan elopement So they eloped but instead of going jto Elkhart they went to St Joseph iMich where an obliging Justice of the Peace made them man and wife Early the next morning they alighted from Ihe train at South Bend Ind went di ectlYto the hotel where they baden gaged a room ahead by telegraph took Breakfast walked down to the St Jos eph river and apparentlycommItteE suicide in a most deliberate and novel manner First they engaged a small rdwboat ait a wharf on the river bank where jleaaure boats are kept for hire Lineman stepped in gallantly helped hisI 5ife aboard took the oars and headedI fIr the dam near Island Park a r sort a mile or so below the town r damlentie river banks were alarmed to see L ndeman cast aside the oars and sweep tl e boat onward to destruction His w fe stood up too and Lmd man put hii arm around her to support her B th seemed heedless of the warnings th at were being shouted at them to ro w for their lives Instead of making ar y effort to save himself and wife L ndeman coolly lighted a cigarette and w ved it at the panic stricken people or the river bank As for his wife she rested her head on his shoulder and w uted for the end few minutes later the rowboat re ched the brink of the dam The yoang coupls wer laughing and talk in2Then the boat wentdown over i the edge and was found some time af terward overturned Snd slowly floating down stream The bodies of Lmdeman anc his wife were not recovered until lat that niKhtfI Mr and Mrs Lindeman went to Sot th Bend with the deliberate hiten tlor of committing suicide together and there is every evidence that they did they certainly selected novel and mo t tragic way in which to take their owii livesExA QUERY Th 4- I it 7I I Sportsman to Snobson who hasnt shot a single bird all dayDo you kno v Lord Peckham Si ObSO noh dearyes Ive often shot at his house Sj ortsman Ever hit It b1nonsprlnlflJd AutemobUe Springfield LN Station Walton Hotel 7BO a m 830 a m 1050 a m 100 p mT- 4Opm 500pm 680 p m 730 p m 1080 am Sunday 200 p mo Revolts at Cold Steel Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit MIch- suffering from severe rectal trouble heslpan operation then I used Dr Life Pillsp she writes tiJlYihoUy cured They nt Ap pendlcitiscure Constipation Headache 25 HaYdon Robertsons ti2li TMEW5MJS GREATETEWIS MAcMt RUNNINGNEWH0ME 1 aRotaryShuttleSewing Machine write to TIlE NEW HOME SEWINI MACHINE CtMPANY Orange IVlass Many sewlnc machines are made to sell retarding ot quality but the New lelRe is made to wesw 1tseldby ealy EdMRuss What is Best for Indigestion Mr A Robinson of JDijumquinH On tario has been trouhjed for years with indigestion and recommends Chambei Iains Stomach and Lir Tablets as the best medicine I ever used If constipltJonto prove beneficial Theyare easy to take and pleasant in effectDrice 25 HaydonProtect Your Tdmiltes With Life Insurance IWe can furnish you with Insurance ttaldIsabilityguaranteed to pay out in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance call on Leo Haydon orLee VanArsdale representing the Southern National Life Insurance Co E T WIGGINTON General Agent SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons who are sub chargeadvertisements wantedLandserted in another department of the Tteper at aothLagW D Claybrooke has for sale 3dO bushels of seed rye Also 30 stock ewee andone buck vte Gibbs Birch Springfieldhavefor sale 15 sheep Price S6 saleland Pultets 75c each fafj C L Brady Rt3 has for sale eight Or ten Buck SheepSC L Grundy Springfield has for sale one Ohio improved Chesterwhite male hog and ten young Southdown reweighteenLames c C W H man Springfield Ky wantq to buy a ton of good clean timo thy hay Hite Clements Rt 2 has for sale 1000 bushels ot corn r Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Itslight pure white and healthful THE and SUI TIMES 3a 50j ff1RtbgttSEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARIHa HIGH GRAOI 1 AutomaticSLift S V ereliablehoet high grac iceMoney ingmace STRONGEST GUARANTEE NiUon SewIDfMblnC BELVIDERl ILLINOIS