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WWT7Jj II I j bc ring11ith nitkZ 3 H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J MtJ fr f r r I tt VOLUME V i 1 i SPRINGFIELD KYM WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER I 1909 H lUMIEII j A ORE AT 1SUCCESS Financially And Otherwise Was The Springfield Fair Stock Exhibits Excellent The annual exhibition of the Wash Fair Association at eIcessthis year as usual yeton each day a representative attendance was on the grounds to enjoy the excellent competition which the show rings furnished Htls greatly to the credit of the local fair that a dividend can be declared as many the fairs offering less money for premiums than the Washington County Association have lost money Considering the busy season the people turned out well The stock on exhibition asjde from lbt the hogs wasup to the standard stock men being here from some eight or ten counties their presence being due to the untiring efforts of Secretary Theo C 4d1 i jflKMaWatdtnthe live stock showsj 1reas folLof- FIRST DAY MARES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES Mare 4 years old and over Mack Hughes 4at Thurman Peters 2d Mare 8 years old and nder 4 Thur roaniand Peters 1st and 2d JAare 2 years old and under 3 Mack Hughes lstR S Scudder 2d Mare 1 year ojdand under 2S P Thompson 1st and 2d Mare under 1 year old Humphrey Milton tB B Leachman 2d Buggy geldings C T Sandidge 1st i CJ + 2d Boadsfer stallion IA D Baker 1st arid2d Jk SECOND DAY f SHEEP Sr Best buck over 1 year old G P Fisher 1st nd2d- Besteweoyerl year old G P Fisher 1st and 2d Best ewe under 1 year old G P Fisher Istahd 2d SWEEPSTAKES Best buck any age G P Fisher 1st and 2d- Best ewe any age GP Fisher 1st arid 2d 4 HORSES Best turnout single Mack Hughes 1st IC James 2d PONY RING Best turnout L F Mattingly 1st Thurman Peters 2d Bestpair buggy mares I C James I 1st L D Baker 2d HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES Stallion 4 years old and over R S Scwjder 1st B B Leachman 2d Stallion 3 years old and under 4 B B Ledchman 1st R S Scudder 2d Stallion or gelding 2 yearsold and under 3 R S Scudder 1st H I Smith 2d Yearling stallion Humphrey MI- lton 1st C C Christie 2d t Stallion under 1 year old S P Thomp J sonlft Chas Blanton 2d Saddle geldings 4 years old and over L Fk Mattingly premium Saddle geldings 3 years old and under 40 T Sandidge 1st Bohon Lucas 2di New York Saddle Class Best saddle stallion mare or gelding owned in Washington county Thurman Peters 14 Bohon Lucas 2d Best saddle mare or gelding docked or cobbed Mack HUghes 1st Thurman Peters2d ROADSTER RING Best roadster mare or gelding IC James 1st and 2d fe lX THIRD DAYr BEEP CATTLE Bull 2 years old and over Thurman j1etyrsyear G L Haydon 1st Thurman Peters 2d Cow 2 years old and over Thurman Peters 1st T S Maye 2d Cbw V year old and under 2 T S tJman SWEEPSTAKES Bull any age Thurman Peters 1st G L Haydon 2diCow any age Thurman iPeters 1st G LJHaydon 2d Best herd 1 male 3 females Thur man Petjers 1st T S Mayes 2d Jersey cow 1 year old and over E L Davison 1 tJ A Wallace 2d and 3d Ray Condor 4th Handsomest girl a yhildOfJOhn Janesr r SADDLE STALLIONS 0ld1andunder r Stallion 3 years old and over R S Scudder 1st L C Stuff 2d Best mare or horse coIL Humphrey Milton 1st BB Leachman 2d HARNESS HORSEk Mare 4 yea old and over Mack Hughes 1st L C Scuffey 2d Mate 3 years old and under 4 Thur man Peters 1st H J Smith 2d Mare 2 years old and under 3 Thompson jBerry 1st R S Scudder 2d Yearling piare S P Thompson 1st and 2ti Mare under 1 year old Humphrey MIlton 1st B B Lea hma 2dtHARNESS GELDIN S Gelding 4 years old and over RM i Goins 1st Bbhbn Lucas 2d Geldn3 years old and under4L C Stuffey 1st Bohon Lucaf 2d Best colt sired by Red Bird Miles 3 Smith premium Best rockaway mare orgelding Thurman Peters 1st Luis Rogers 2d Best mare and colt Humphrey Milton 1st Chas Blanton2d Com1med ring Mack Hughes 1st R S Scudder2d L C StufteL3d sFOURH DAY JACKS Jack 3 years pld and under 4 J A Fields Jaclt2years old and under 3 W W f1cElroyYearling jack J B Goodpaster 1st Gibbs 4 Mackin 2d f Jack under 1 year old TJ Mont gomerytist JB Goodpaster 2d Jennet 3 years old and lover J T Montgomery ist Gibbs Mackin 2d Jennet 2 years old J T M ntgom ery I Bet Rennet and jickcolt J T Mont gomer SWEEPSTAKES Best pac any age W M6Elroy 13tJr B oodpaster 2d Best jennet any age Gibbs Mackih lstJ T Montgomery 2d MULES Horse mule 3 years old and over SJ T Hnrns 1st R B Woods id Horse mule 2years old Thurman Peters premium Yearling horse mule Harris Woods Horse mule under 1 year old Harris Woods premium Mare mule 3 years old and over S T Harris 1st Robert Woods 2d Mare mule 2 years old Thurman Peters 1st Harris Woods 2d Yearling mare mule Robert Woods 1st Kent Smith 2d Mare mule under 1 year Gab Shew maker 1st Harris Woods 2d SWEEPSTAKES Horse mule pny age Thurnran Peters 1st Harris Woods 2d Mare mule any age Thurman Peters Ikt Gabe Shewmaker Best pair 3yearold mules shywn to halter Robt Woodslst S THarris2d Best pair 2year old mules shownto halter Harris WoodsistJThurman f Poems Keepingj N lighttinG nightAJfcO e airlilentAs prayerNowJ Sa 31y sings the whippoorwill treeLmelodyFo deepLofi pray the Lord my squl to keep pray the i Now lay me down to sleep L pray the Lord to take Old Scrapbook DAYIL Houiekeepinrl Dear little can I lay my boy down in his bed fingeitipsDeir lipsGojfaithful to Him and true to me Him and true to sonTheyyetraveledmilesathometodaypray those will yield thee to a mightier Within the paths of truth alway thee in His strength divine bring1aithfuleters2d andsomest ooy ibaby HenryWells tISietland mare and colt L F Mat- in1y 1st Thurman Peters 2d S iddlevring stalliOn Imae or geld ng W M Hughes 1st C TI Sandidge 2d R S 3d IIHARNESS CORSES Y S allion 4 years old arid over Berry 1 hompson R S Scudder 1IS allion 3 years old Beck R Scudder 2d S allion or gelding 2 years old R S Scu premium Y stallion Milton illanIItonor more get BB Leachman premium B tat turndtut double I C James Ma Hughe 2d Pi ir harness ponies Thurman Pet rs premium L F Mattinjglv 2d Combined ring Thurman Peters st Bohon Lucas 2d R adster ringstallion mare or gelding I q James 1st 2d and 3d Si ddle mare 3yearsold R M Goins pre ium ft Double team Stuffey xi Berry lat I CJ James 2d and3d Bride SixtyEight P ryyille Ky Ailg 26Mrs Am nda aged six tveiglit year and avid Cleaveraged sixty two years wen united in marriage this afternoon at tl e home of the bride near here A rece tion after the ceremony was to w hich a large of guests were ivited Tl e couple will go Washington on a brid 1 trip from which place the groom has latejy returned having made ms with his daughter at that place for the last few years This is the ond patrimonial venture fpr the bride and he third for the groom Both are known in this section New Catalogue Free The new catalogue giving infor mati n concerning the educational work of tte Western Normal mailed on ap plication Address H H Cherry Pres ideni Western Normal Bowling Green Kentucky Granulated Eyes Cured I or twenty years suffered from a bad case of granulated sore eyes says Martin Boyd of Henrietta Ky In Feb Jarv a gentleman asked me to Chamberlains Salve I bought one box nd used about lwo thirds of it and my eyes have not given any trouble sinc This salve is for sale by The Ldo aydon Drug Go Mid those stars one face I see awayMotherTaught my baby to Her sweet spirit hovernear Inthis lonely mountain brake Take me to her Savior dear If I should die before I awake Fainter grows each flickerin light As each ember slowly dies nightFillcries cryYouawake Low I lisn I should die I Lord my soul tp take 1 keepIfI my soul Mary hands that I nold Faithful to me I feet keep I Ode To ketp King Scudder der t1 Bull held number to hom sect well full Sore 1903 me If SCHOOLNOTES A Little Talk to The Teachers by 4 Our County School Superintendent L i The division Boards of Education electionIThe officers electedre S B Nally Chmr and RA Thompson Sec of division No1J I Martin Chmr and T J Settles Sec division WISec diyi Ion No4 S W Arnold Chrm J T Prather Sec division Np 5J R Durham Chmr tL Milburn Sec division No 6 The chairmen of these vanous divisions and the County Superintendent ot schools constitute the County Board of Education The Division Boards have adopted the following resolutions That teachers mky observe the first Monday in September Labor Day Thanksgiving Christmas day and New Year day as holidays Also they have appointed a visiting day for teachers provided it is observed prior to Oct 1 The Friday immediately folbwing Thanksgiving will be allowed all teach jers who attend the County Teachers Association whicii will be held on that day at Springfield These days will not be allowed any teacher unless he actually observes them All teachers win be required to file with his local trustee a statement from each of the teachers he visits that he has actually spent onehalf day with him in the schoolroom The visiting teacher must visit two schools in one day The asso ciation meeting will be allowed to such teachers who attend and bring a certifi cate signed by the County Superintendent that he was present and participa ted in the exercises as requested by the program committee These days may be obseryed or not as it may please the teacher No teacher will be allowed to teach on a legal holiday to make up up for losttime Of course these legal holidays apply to schools only that may be in session The law requires all teachers who may fail for any cause to attend the district teachers association that he teach an addition day for such nonattendance Dont fail to have your monthly report showing twentyone days taught in the month in which your association was held provided you t failed to attend it No eXcuse can belie accepted All schools under the jurisdiction lOt the Division Boards shall convene schoo- lat 8 a m and close at 4 piri allowing two recesses of 15 minutes each and one of one hour during the school period be ginning July 1 and continuing to Nov 1 After Nov 1 the school shall con vene m pThisto Feb 15 after which the former hours shall apply It is expected that every school wil adhere strictly to these regulations The teachers and trustees are requested b cooperate in carrying out the proper observations these requirements j Who Is Guilty Quite a stir was created Monday by the finding on Willisburg street near the town limits a well formed baby dead in the niddleof the street The child was discovered near the middle of the day by a passerby and Marshal Grace was immediately notified Upon an investigation being made it was discovered that the child was a male but it was so discolored that its color could nftt be ascertained The child was naked aside from a small piece of paper wrapped about it It had probably been dropped there the night before and passed and repassed without being noticed fair Hop r The annual Fat1Hop given by the young men of at the Opera House last Friday night was one of the happiest social events ever given in Springfield At least one hundred and fifty society people of Springfieldand adjoining towns gathered to enjoy the dance and right well were they enter taIneduntil two oclock when Home Saxt1Band iis Miss SallIe Hamilton died at herhome on the St Rose pike about tour miles from town after an illness of five weeks of typhoid fever The uneralser vices were at St Charles church yester day moping with High Requiem Mass after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery there Miss Hamilton was 23 years of age and was the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Len Hamilton and was a most lovable and highly esteemed young lad Besides her parents she is survived by two sis tern and five brothers Mrs W L dam bron of New Hope and Mrs Joseph Blandford of West Louisville Messrs William Henry Left Alex and Walter Hamilton of this county Death of B N Penick Mr B N Penick about 62 years of age died at his home on Popes creek about tour and a half miles trom Lebanon Saturday eveningnear 6 oclock Mr Penick was in his usual good health and on Thursday while driving to Leb anon was stricken with paralysis He sank rapidly and the end came two short days thereafter Mr Penick was well known and highly esteemed in this and surrounding counties and was especially well known as a politician being at the time of his death chaumaifof the Republican Campaign Committee in this the Eleventh Judicial District Theft n aral services were conducted by Rey T F Walton at Bethel Union church on Sunday afternoon and interment was in Ryder cemetery Deceased is survived by his wife and two sons Messrs B E Penick of this county and FL T Penick of Winslow Ind Many friends mourn with the sorrowing family Marion Falcon Mr Penick was a brother of Mrs 0F Neikirk of this place and was well known here where he made fre quent visits Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it n r J f 4 SERIOUSLY 1 INJURED Mr and Mrs J R Dye Victims W Gas Explosion When Match Is Lighted in Looking For Leak The following article of the terribW accident of Mr and Mrs JRDwill be sadly learned by their Spriiig field friends Mr and Mrs Dye are cousins of Mr and Mrs C H Bobkn non of this place and visited herea- shorttimeago Warsaw Ind Aug 26 19O9r and Mrs J R Dye who came to thiaJ city a out three weeks ago from Peru and who made their home in i the rear suite of rooms above the Daily Unien office were terribly burned on Tuesday evening as the result of striking a match in a room filled with gas The accident occurred about 930 oclock white Mr and Mrs Dye prepared to retire The explosion which accompanied the lighting of the match could be heard for several blocks and many people hurried to the scene Mr and Mrs Dye had just come boiand as they were preparing to retire remarked jabout the strong odor of gag Mr and Irs John Wainwright wfc had movd into the front part ef the flat during the day and wh were the only other tenants of the second floor also noticed the smell ef gas and the two families had mentioaed it but a few minutes before the exp osion occurred In fact Mr and Mrs Wainwright and Mr and Mrs Dye had walked to the rear of the hjall witkaai oil lamp in the hope of finding wkat caused the smell but wt re not able te locate the trouble A minute later Dye was heard to say A person cam hardly expect to live in this At about the same time he struck a raatck wL the explosion followed 4 The flames shot out in all directx Mrr so that it looked as if the entire building was ablaze The halt is said to have bee filled with tlames in spite of the fact that when Wainwright rushed to the room in which the exnlosionoccurredbe found the door shut probably having been blown shut by the force of the exploding gas Mrs Dye was attired only in a nightdress and this was badly burned Her hairwas in a blaze and was extinguished by WainwrigH only after it had beea badly burned She was burned abort the face and head arms and feetia fact her entire body is painful1yinju by fire She suffered the most redI from the burns about her eyes were completely swollenshut by Wed nesday morning v Mr Dye was even mOre severely burned than his wife arid may suffer permanent injury as theresult He wore nothing on the upper part of his bodJ but an undershirt and this was bunted so badly that it fell off at the bottom of the stairs Hewas also burned all Over the body but most severely on the hands and arms The palms of few hands were burned so badly that the blood was running from them and parts of the flesh were about to drop off The skin hung in shreds from both fhis arms Mr and Mrs Dye were taken across the street to the Cole boarding house where the injuries were dressed by Drs McDonald Shackelford and AnglinMrs Lovjeday was called to care for the iwe sufferers during the night and Will re main at their side until they are out of danger and pain The gas was found to be escaping from a leak in the pipe near the ceil ing Some time in the past a pipe had been attached to supply gas for a ht ing plate This had been removed ami an ordinary bottle cork used as a plug It is believed by the officials of the gas company that the cork plug had bees placed in the pipes by some peisoa other than an employe of the company and that thecompany cannot be blamesL for the accident J fl J rw- z I T E SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER i i 9 v l rioo I rIlH4ILETUSTSTYOR EYES and lit GLASSES I i llttIt I fil ft 4Ht Items of Interest to farmers and j Live Stock and Poultry Raisers t A very important thing in poultry a sing is in caring for the eggs after Hijey are layed up to the time they are Wrketed Green tender weeds thrown to the i wls afford them a variety of green stuff and have labor by no j being al bored to seed- Poultry ate said to cleanse themselves 1sf insect pests by dusting their feathers and then shaking the pests off with the Aost If your chicksare up to What you think they should look and see that the fault does not lie with the Ieale Stuffing poultrymen assert never did4make hens lily as it makes them 1fat f nd lazy andlazy birds never were noted for laying qualities Dont worry about your looks You took all right to your friends and the look e same be kept moist to force a quick so that the plants may be ready t to setout in the latter part of Septem erg Plat Dutch and Savoy are theyae neties to grow Provide a litter in which seed maybe scattered so that the hens will come irpmcthe roosts early in the morning end scratch their breakfast Before going to roost at night thpy may be Jed a good ration and they will digest aqtheir crops can hold before morning Dont forget to keep picking the cu nbers as they ripen Look through the vines carefully they Have a way of hiding in leaves so that ataie will be overlooked for two or Shree large ones going to seed will sap tWe Jiaye just brought on the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central Kentucky All the lat est style Glasses and tany style Rims We tcan furnish you with the best grade of goods at the Lowest Prices Et LARw1TCHESt is- tr ED M itllttI IttlitIt flI atrtl FARM AND STQCK not coming youtgesfgrowth for great the ill the strength of their yine whereas in picking them right along new ones WIll form and a continued supply be secured The breeders who are prominent in the poultry world today did not gain their prominence in a single season Many ot ffiem started with a very ordinary quality of stock and spent several years in getting their birds to a high Istandard of excellence and then spenti considerable more in establishing a show record and in getting their names and stock before the public through advertising A calf has been produced by a seven eighths Guernsey heifer at 11 J months ofd according to well authenticated reports The calf was burn April 17 of this year on the farm of S Tudor KoP komoi Ind The heifer had b pregnant when two months and twenty aysold while both she and the four monthsold Guernsey bull with which she mated were still sacking their damsj iIn buying male birds great care should be used in selecting them of some well known breeder whomakes a specialty of utility fowls This is pos sibleas there are many breeders of poultry who keep these points in view while developing their flocks On the other hand there is danger in buying birds from a flock that bas been too highly developed along meat or egg producing lines alone for there has been o much specialization that a point lips been reached where practical utility has been ignored Oldistrawherry beds should be plowed up and the land for planting new beds be prepared The beds should after plowing be harrowed fine andthe weeds be encouraged to germinate and these lie killed by reharrowing frequently Weedy are great hindrances to success ful strawberry growing therefore get rid of as many as possible before set tine out the plants Apply fertilizer and manure and work in thoroughly so that jit will be available to give the planta good start before frost Octo- berI is earlyenough to set out the new ttt ttf fttttt tttf1 i WanJedHighSqhooll and 1- t Grammar School Graduates 1IlI1II1III11IIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIil IAmbitious young merTanfl women will be interested + in reading SCHOOLFAX a brok ssued by The Tribune cont theb+ + leading professions together Vlthldetalls egardmK some tit + of the most prominent school in the United States ft It will aid you in choosing yojur vacation and start you on the road to success IsSc- ttooLFAX is of especialinterest to parents con ttemplating sending their boys and girls to schools of any nature whatever We will mail this book absolutely freei Fill Ot t = below and mail toSonopLFAX JJ room 528 Tr r Icpupon Tribune Bureau of School Information 528 Tribune JJuilding Chicago llsl t Ifi JAgei = JName j S t h it =7v 1 l 1 mb Z Grammar pr High ISCh001ii t + When Graduate 1ft H w + M1ItJ ti r iJts j GHEE JTIS BUTTER hee is used fp Indias is butter1in JkAin fact is butter so prepared thaiti ne rer grows stale instances being kn iwn of its preservation for as long as 200 years n preparing ghee according to a re ceiit issue of Mechanfcsr butteriis bo led until all the watery particles and cu ds have been thrown off by repeated ski mings When the liquor is clear oil it Js poured into a vessel to cool W en cooled it is in a granulated form am will keep for years without becoming rancid rof bad odor Ghee has be n found in desertedcastles where it must have been left more than two centuries ago- WHEN TO SELL A HORSE 1 breeding a few saddle hooses each the farmer who has some knowl what a s addle Ihorse should be sure to have something on his ediof the ot wants rse the a is a time to sell It a privilege to get all a thing isrth but it is sometimes bad policy to refuse a good affer when the animal is n it growing tq greater value A ma tur horse In goo J condition for which the owner has 10 use cannot be held long Wit hhiym goes eat ing lis head offI T e difficult lung to determine 13 whe i this unique process begins It is the question the caner alonemust decide Any farmer with plenty of pro ven er on hand does himself an injus tice though if he sells a horse when it car1candepe dent on the contractor or manu fact rer for employment pf what valui is skilled knowledge if there is no opportunity to use it and the artisan is d pendent on industrial activity for work But few have permanent posi tion and all skilled laborers suffer from the ipprehension of losing their posi tions Panics strikes and business de pres ion throw a multitude of mer chan s j out of work an1t the industrial worker has never breathed the al mos here of independence says Drov ers urnal i At Th farmer is truly independent in his rofessiori The factory whistle does not call him to wo kHe is the arbitr pf the hours he shall work ands tl e master of the kind of workhe J shall If the farmer understands agric ulire there is no profession that offer to large a degree of personal m dept idence Ho regulates his own hour of work and chooses the branches of h asbandry he will explpit He sells to horn he pleases at any time he pica es and at any price he pleases He is tl e master ot his homeland indepen dent in the natural resources of living Whe the city laborer Is out of work the armer always finds plenty to do at Seryi es that grow into money The farm er is independent of the epidemics of c niagious and infectious diseases that are evolved in citi s where the popu ation is housed in congested dis itrain WeakensHeadache rheumatism n anya sYsto01 the nerves Almost instant relief can be ob talied taking Dr Miles A itiPain Pills and with 01 1 any bad aftereffects- T ike one on first indica- ti n of an attack it will wird it off They are a pljasant little tablet sold bj druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents n ver sold in bulk was subject to constant head AtUrn otror friend I tried Dr Mlles Anti beenUtaheadachestha IaclalAgJ 0 L R SHELLC N W RyDattle Creek Ia AntiPainpm themTheme MRS M IllsYrat Pills and we authorize him to onlyrMifes Medical Co EMartInrj + t cT = = t tt i rG r i 4 Og t t Jt 4 rN Relieving that the people of Kentucky i will beinterested in the organizationof the Citizens IIc NatiOnal K Life f Insurance Iy- lP Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week i FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 f 106960OO TOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9t20024000 TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGJJS1 16 345000OQ r TOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 23 j I 46946000JTOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 30 60170000r I r If YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON tt The Springfield Sun Springfield Ky l W H GREGORY LOUISVILLE Ky1j Please send me full information as to the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSUR t ANCE COMPANY J NAME l ADDRESS 1 L L H Y r J tricts Health flashes in the sparkling spring water that supplies the farm Often in cities the sewerage contami nates the water and epidemics of typhoid fever and diphtheria sweep thousands to untimely deaths The farmer is Htjjlessed with pure air the vital ele ment of life In cities the atmosphere is laden with coal smoke and other impurities that ate filled with the germs of disease The farm is fortified with natures sanitary conditions while cities are pregnant with functions qf artificial living Amidst the sunshine pare air and water the farmer develops that degree of health which comes only from an ideal life under Natures sash tary conditions A summer in the coun try transforms pale sicklji children into the personification of perfect health The inhabitants of cities struggle for an existence among the survival of the fittest while the farmer is favored with the natural conditions to promote bounding health The city dweller eats fruits and vegetables that ate shipped long distances and come to his table stale and damaged while the farrner supplies his table with fresh vegetables and fruits from the vine and tree Chamberlains ColicCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Never Known to Fail i I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoec Remedy since it was first introduced to the public in 1872 and have never found one instance where a cure was not speedily effected by its use I have been a commercial traveler for eighteen years and never start out on a trip without this my faithful friend says H S Nichols of Oakland Ind Ter For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co 4 THE SUN AND- LOUISVILLE TIMES iaSOPER YEAR M I9O9 I9O9 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ W4tt urntnAIIOSHAlE SET FREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a YearrEVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLINDIi WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and CempIU i350QPrinted 28x90 inches The Chart alone is worth f The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare ene theaonly picture of its kind in There are nine otherma of greatVl1lue among them a map of the hsl ted States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with f Coats of Arms and Flags A is over to Historical Kentucky from formation of Stateto the Tear 1000 A Hlltoilcaland Political Directory of Kentucky giving PicsldenUal Voti State Officials Area and US Senators ti Ken tucky House Congressional and Railroad Commissioners Dlitncts Democratic ana Republican State Ceottal Committees and State Executive Committees fROM Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and TOrfrom what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Canal Great Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Ia1cesj pines Area and Population of States and tries The States and those admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Chart be given FREE td those who subSciibe- for O the Evening Post for One Year at 5300 or for Six Months at 300 by Mali This for those who cannot get The Evening Post delivered i AgentSend Co and full of EettheIleac 5h57 THE EVENING POST Leulrle AiriINt EYAMut SPECIAL PRICEAND THE THE PAPEREVENINO 3a SO PER YEAR i t r 1 ulTr j4 THE SP INkFIELDj Si WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER i 1909 f 1 I THE SHOW8to saow OF 90L IGbA S Q mf nQM 5 tSDAILY WIl FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 ulikIedwerlIILOWRAILROAD RATES IJeADDRESSJ K7ileEXCHANGE EXCERPTS Iw Sayings and Doings of the Press N At Large j yAjfool and his money are soon pppuj lar Life I Hes astngy man who will not give you a smile Spencer1 Courier The man who argues with a fool is still a bigger one Ex A flower in the sick room is worth twol n the Rrave Richmond Climax J tirrFarm folks need the smile as much as the crops need the sunshine The Farmer TiThe longest pipe in the world is that which extends from the Oklahoma oil wells to New York harbor LJ Women would never make good poflicemen All men would try to g pinched Glasgow TImes r 11A ipiThereenjoys more thpn assisting a girl ik handling a young man Larue County Herald It takes more than paint and powder to alter the complexion of a womans thoughtsBourbon Stock JournaLJ L fofiifiE1 HOSWWft When a pretty girl fails to have things her own way its because she isnt dealing with silly men Kentucky Farmer If a man never told a lie its because no young mother ever asked him what t he thought of her baby Blue jGrassl ClipperItW I If a girl can pass her thirtieth Ibirth day without detection she begins to think the dates in the family teco d have been slightlymixetlBlue Grass Clipper t LI7r lIA clergyman recently became insane asa result of brooding over si lie he thought he told about somebody yOU t never heard of a politician being trick H en that yMayfield Mirror IiJ When some people get busy it iaJ1 ways in connection with something that is none of their business Chicagot News f Bring up your boy in the way he should go and you need have no fea t that he will ever be a member of the Legislature Uncle Sj ilFarmersrfew tobacco worms this year but th I grasshoppers are injuring the tobacco 3rbreating holes in itrGeorgetow 1 News On hIS baby sisters head i1 j Willie broke a piece of tile Mamma only smiled and said That will hold her for a while Ex mio the wife of Sanford Chan i r a baby boy weighing twenty 4- oundsBig Sandy News That is eight pounds more than a young lady of Springfield weigh d hen she was two years old flewspapersAnd keep it posted =do their best cityyoutheachyearI aWestern Publisher We Have it from a trustworthy b rtlbert at some men fail to marry be cause they dont get shaved often enoughChicago Tribune We have it from a beautiful lit le iss that she turns down proposals b e she is making a pretty good li and dont care to undertake t le Il slp ort of two people Richmond Cli J ax r Col Pope writes a biographer n enjoyed an income of700000ayea his reveals no striking cnaracteris ic peculiar to the deceased Alm9st ai y one would have enjoyed it Courier Chicago is going to give a big all or Taft in September We presu ne the orchestra plays Waltz Ae round Again WI Uelt will be intsr inreted as a boom for a second tern- ouisville Herald Do you know theres lots of people Setting round in every town Growlin like a broody chicken Knockin every good thing down Dont you be that kind o cattle Cause they aint no use on earthaust yoUbe a booster rooster wCrowHarrodsburg Republicar theAtdli HeIicy worked all the matters to Jie TimitcjBryans rCresr FrcjeItwealthy people who eat rich and highysp iced foods suffer from dys pepsia or as jt is also known injdU gestion The laborer in the the worker in the field also finds hn self a victim of this disorder Arn Jng the very greatfesi sufferers from it are i women Dyspepsia is Indicated by a cons nt of laalness loss of appetite ird istressor until the lucky day that he heard of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It cUred Joel Adams of Montgomery Ala suffering continuously for sixteen m These are only a few or the many It is not expensive to be cured with grand remedy as it can be bought a1erIdrug store in a 50cent or bottle Your very neighbors are probably long users of Dr Caldwells Syrup but It you want to know without what it will do for you personally your name to Dr Caldwell and he wi be glad to send you a free trial bottle He Is actually anxious to have you mak e a test of his remedy Thousands of families everywhere eep It in the house against such an er er gency as constipation sour stomach In digestion biliousness dyspepsia h rt burn torpid liver etc which may me- on a member of the family any day I lis pleasant to the taste acts gently an does not gripe It is the great child ens laxative If there is anything a ou your ailment that you t ont or if you ant smedical advice write iiranswer you fully The re is no charge for this serlce The address is Dr B Caldwell 500 Caldwell t Ida Montlcel1 For a1ebyThRea Croat Drue Ear It The largest book Jin t le world is said to te the one in theJAls ska Yukon Ex position in Seattle The book is a huge register weighing 555 pounds It is thirlytw inches in size and twentyfiiic inches thickWhenned flat the book spreads over sev n feet of table SpaceoThe book was r mde and bound Byliand Its Hubby put thcat oit and its dearje fix the range its haveI you wound the clock love and its have you any change Its look me up the back pet and lock the cellar ddor Its do be careful not to spill those ashes ion the floor So let the bumper cirpulate and quaff a mournful glass unto the humble mat ned man alas alas alaNew York Herald Did you ever read a wedding notice thatdeparted much from the following Miss Esti Mabel Good and Mr Sterling Worth were marrieoT hit evening af the homje of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Swell on Prosperity avenueC Rev Mr Big Fee officiating Or did youi ever read of a school entertainment where the exercises did notire ect credit on the teacher or of a social gajthering that w snota most enjoyable event or of a funeral where the deceased was nQt the embodiment f all Vir where the bereaved relatives di the sympathy of entire U1esand No and you neyejr yill aq you will insist on tearing the printer mans eyes out ors wreck his office stopping your paper every time he tells tb truth about yout You donft want the truth unless it ISI something bad about your neighborand thenryou Sre mightily pleased and come around and tell the ratwas hQtshO you gave ojd Brown Served him right too Bpt if you stop to notice you will reMember that you ever told thewntert uth a thing when anybody r you You were afraid to werntyot And you dont want newsiwhen your child s dn examifallsJtopa nation i1school much so as when he succeeds in passing ButI Lord how mad you wOuld get if the ed- Itor mentioned it J5four daughters cha nrafter that be oiled haired dryi goods machinist is notorious town talk fact but when tte wedding notice appears you dont want the paper man togfye a notice something like thislII After several months of hard workc Miss App Arent has succeeded in landing that young rake Mr Oy Lee Tough who is goodsifor Jones The Lor ngied long enough for a beau and the hose town rejoices that she has at last succeeded in landingj a suckerMayI field Mirror n- j Some advertise n are slow And t ingsg whenJIh then perforce But others who he know Adopt ia tar more snillfulicourse heyre not afraid te pend a dime If it wjll in a dollar pull Theyre advertising all The time And things with thm are never dull lShely1l11 Sentin- el411j A Western clergyman an ouncep that J the Godof the Bible is not the God ofI Chicaeo We had suspected as much for a long timer Philadelphia Inquirer H IIFarming is a profession requiring more shrewdness than law morentech nical training than medicine more up rjgntness than theolpgy jmore brains land iresourcef than pedagogy It is ilts own reward Shelbjyville Senti nelIEightyUwo specimens are included in Col f Roosevelt a first shipment and although they are in pickle not amem ber of the Ananias Club in the lot Louisville Times Cholera Infantum Cured Something like tvb years ago my bablwnich was then about a year old was taken seriously ill with cholra in prpfuselYwrltesJ herilbut did her no KOP l and being very atto one so carrie back by Elder Bros Carters store and Mr EJder recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar remedy I cured a bottle of itj went home as qui14lyaspossikleantgave the baby a dose of the remedy It relieved her in fifteen an1 cured herentirelX Fori sale by Leo HaY on Diug Co j f SUN PRANKS lrrfularitict ForWhich Science Cannot Altogether Account The sun l genpraUy IOo4Cidupon as- S model otfJrflgulurltywt nftrjpr falls In Its o Uv but the aricient his torians meittfon several Instances 4when It failttl to give forth Its usual amount of tieat frHuid UghYtof period vnrylng from three bour los eral wonthM DntaQ1tbes pct bave RepubMevAccordlnK to IMutJirch the year 44 B C was one which the sun was weak and pale for a period approxl mating eleven moutbB The Portuguese historians record several months of dIiilnIsbdiunllgbt In the year 9t4 A D andaccordlnp to Humboldt this uncanny period end ed with strange and startling sky phe nomeiia such as loud atmospheric ext plosions rifts lii the vaulted canopy of blue above and In divers dtber rare and Unaccountable freaks In the year 1091 on Sept29sel Humboldts Cosmos the sun turned suddenly black and remained so for three boors and did not regain Its nor mat condition for several days According to the noted Helmuths oJar Energy the days of seeming Inactivity on the part of the sun the days following the sudden blackening ottbfl great orb were noted fora peculiar greenish tinge and are marked In old Spanish French and Italian records as the days of the green sun February 1100 A D is rioted in the annals of marvelous phenomena as a month In which there were several dYRtb t the sun appeared dead and black lkftbPftat circular cinder float- Ing IQthp sky Oh the last day of February 1206 says an old Spanish writer on astron omy astrology and kindred subjects the sun appeared suddenly to go out causing darkness over the country for about six hours In 1241 the Eu ropean countries experienced another iege of supernatural darkness which the superstitious writers of that time to Gods displeasure over he result of the great battle of Lleg Even today there are certain irregu larities of the sun that science cannot altogether account for These are the- o called sun sptsenorrnous dark splotches which appear from time to time on the solar disk and which are supposed to have great influence on the atmospheric conditions of the earth Scientists hOve long studied these phenomena but neither their ex tent nor periodicity has ever been de termined There is moreCatarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases ut together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribeda remedies and by ng to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has prov- en catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co To edo Ohio is the only constitutional on the market It is taken inter nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood systemTheycase it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 7fic Take Halls Family Pills for consti MEXfCAN HOTELS They Close Early and Guests Out Lata Must Tip the Porter Im glad to be back In the land ot the latchkey said a mining engineer who bad been lu Mexico for the past yenruln France Spain Italy and throughout Latin America there isn servant in every house and hotel whose business it Is to open the door In Mexico you would think being so near IntcbIdoors are closed at 11 oclock and to gain admittance after that hour you have to pound on them with the great fJyOjmlnutessome pan Ish word which means Im coming Finally the small door In the center ot the big one will be unbarred and you step inside Then If yoU dont want to sleep In the park the next night you are kept out late you giVd the portqro as the keeper of the gate is called a piece of silver Between 11 and mid night the fee Is 10 cents From on until morning the gratuity regulated by custom steadily increases Between and 3 it is from 25 to 40 cents and after 3 it Is half a dollar Many a night have been awak ened by the pounding of the knockers In the neighborhood of my botelVw timed one man for ten minutes before 1 fell asleep Probably he bad neglected to fee the portero or else the keeper of the gate was drunk as he frequently Is These porteros usually sleep curled up In blankets just Inside the door on the stones with which ev cry Interior courtyard and entrance U paved and all of them have colds Yet It Is a position much sought after and the gatekeeper ranks highest among the servants New York Press Revolts at told Steel Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies m an operatiOn lither I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes wholly cured They Ap 1Itill cure Constipation Head 25c at Haydon Robertsons 4 DrW F Trusty Prac- tical1Pen1t SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentat work atreasonaD1eprices Alti workiJrt tlOffico +eaydon Barber B B LAKEInsurance SPRINGFIELD KhNTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable thworldDR MW HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 5 p m IDr J C Mudd 5P KENTUCKYiOFFICE J HAYDONs Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 1jJI1 LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIEID KY Office in Opera House Office phorieNo 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS S NURSE TELEPHONES Day 4f 4 h Nilltf109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of and a om Ingcotintles in the Court of Appeaik andF rat Courts CCMbCHORD TTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In all State and FederalCoart6 W D eLA BRO KE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Wshthgtondpeals f MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER XYOffice IngicjDand S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 l C Dr W R MORGAN Veterinary Surgeon aid Dentist PERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable in Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY nest Attention Every coiirtsey shown flandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robe Telephone Day 19 Night 74 THE SUN AND Both pa petal yr Bryans Commoner4150We- ekly CourierJournal 150 ylEONashvilleWeekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Repiblic 176 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 Thrice Week New YorkWorld 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 Epitomist150Ameniqan Breeders Gazette 221 202FarmLLippincotts Ledger Monthly 171 Harpers Magazine 48Harpers Weekly 43 Sunny South 16f- + II t 15abor yM4fljtSo on all Live Si- DESTROYS t A- DSEASEGERJ I Jt KILLS ALL KINDS OFI LICEAND PARASITES W Have Ki Stock Red CroiJ I DrugSta Notice Poultry Raisers 1Now is the time oftheyear te ieal your fowls a good tonic R41144 o Cholera Gapes Kbup Canker Limberneok When fed as apreventive jt not only keeps them healthy atmakes them Jay Price flOe no no pay Guaranteed by your drij riiiDrugSt9reof poultry CourJerJouruILaSub8crlbe 1Irnnnn II tI CLUBBING RATES J WITH LOUISVILLh DAILIES TIre Sun and The Louisville 6fTheJournal except Sunday 641 Same includi Sunday 8 at The Sun and th daily Courier Jouriar anY three in the W krBa dailyCouriJodays in the weeK six morithsy j 2 3C the Sunday Cour ierJournal one yearj2 8C The dailfHeraldThe EveningPost llldiIIIIIUI I IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of WashiHgtin Ir Springfields Cheiee MANUFACTURED BY JW JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for W- HEASlogans GtREESewing Machine runs lighter than air other GtfREElasts longertL1i3T- otler c 1tFREEismorcbcautirultnan any otter RECIkaAlesvIbratIon than any other FREE is easier to operate than any other fJfREED perfect stitck dian any otter l mEEis toe best or all com bined in one FREE SEWING WCWNECD CHICAGO i ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYB K CO Agent Spriofcfteld Ky 1pS5 p i = If H HE SPRINGFIELD SEPTEMBER 4 SUN WEDNESDAY i IQOQ SPECIALThursday SiiturdayIRA TO THE f The ADSTOWJ FAIRJ One Fare Plus 25 Cents for Round Trip Good Returning to September 6 Stops made by flagging at points between Springfield and Bardstown f I SPRINGFIELD SUN r ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY vSUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance It L SMITH Editor and P bllsherI Ibteredat the postofficeat Springfield for transmission the mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year a Wr Months 60 Three MonjH 25 it f Democrat c Ticket CIRCUIT JUDGEI H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C Hill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVE T IX Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERK W F Booker CIRCUIT CLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFFS J Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JW Bush CatlettiCORONER Dr W E Crume SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts The Sjjns editorial column is never edana will not be used as an adver vtiamg medium yet when we believe that we can be of benefit to our people and at the same time possibly aid a great home enterprise we conceive it to be our duty to speak At present there is in the process of formation a Southern Life Insurance Company to be known as The Citizens National Life Insurance Company It is being pro l moted by the most intelligent upright and experienced insurance and business men of the South It is to be a merger of the smaller Southern Companies and will be capitalized at 10000000 and ofthe greatest interest to Kentuckians headquarters wilt be at Louisyille Kentucky The South needs a great insurance company as its money for years and years has been going to New York New Jersey Connecticut acid other Eastern insurance and financial centers for insurance until millions and millions s of Southern money has become Eastern capital when it should have stayed a home We are now Beginning to compete with the East in many industries and rivalafiling and excelling It we should think for a moment however we woul- I probably discover that more would be saved to Us by a great Southern hie insurance company such as the Citizens National Life Insurance Co than gained ty the SouthenTfactories 1AnY reader ffirThe Sun will dowel e to consider this question and if able take stock in this company At any rate boost it Is there such a thing as a Louisville Commercial Club and if so how large an organization is it are questions tha havb been asked since last Friday Louisville day at the Fair We were expecting a large delegation from this organirationpitality was here but the guests were conspicuous by their absence Too many airs think that they are being honored by being permitted to set aside a day as Louisville day when in reality the honor is the other way We hope that no more days will be set aside for the Louisville Commercial Club 7 1 11 Teachers Wanted 61s The demand for teachers who have been trained in the Western Normal is greater than the supply The Fall Ses sion opens September 7th Write Presi dent H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky information relative to free tUltt nJtA Popular Drafter The popularity of Percherons continue to grow In this country and there is always a good demand for theseigreat drafters The breed takes Its name from the district of La Perctie In France which Is now the chiefs draft horse breeding and bane dHngi center In that country Tne modern Percheron stands sixteen hands high and over weighs rA FINE TEAM QP PERCHEBONS from jlJTOO to 2200 pounds and Is white gray or black In color He has an intelligent head ota type peculiar to th4 Ivrecd rather small ears an eyes jsbort strongly muscled neck strong well laid shoulders and chest a plnnrp rotund body strong back be and somewhat droop- Ing croup He usually Is low down and blocky on short clean legs de void of feather and bias well shaped oofst intense Colicky Pains Relieved ingcome on at times and from which I could find no r hqfsays 1 S Mason of Beaver lholdera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recom mended to me by a rienjj After tak ing a few doses of the remedy I was entirely relieved That was four years thse symptoms since that tiniei This rem oHaydonDrugIF Dr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth ExtractedWith out Paint CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky ifflce in Hagon Block up stairs LOST Local Dwjtand pringj field one wUrd for information or re urn to T E IIarIf you are thinking of buying a gaso ine engine seethe MIAMI at A C imbairs t Fall goods of all kinds rowin stock ItP JThctaias IiLosTrA the fair grounds on last aturday a Knight Templar watch fob eward if returned to this office or N Marks I beg to adyise that in the future I ill 2nt the Commo wealth Life I surancego as special a ent VIGGINTONILOST At Fair last Wednesday piece o drawn w rk entered as o16 in ring Campb11Paris Green cheap at P J Thomas If you are going to buy Wheat Drill- d nt fail to see the Thomas A full cs rload of JBirdsell wagons just arrived Se them Buy them Scldby A C KIMBALL Born on 201 to the w fe cf Kent CHarberflne twin boys John Richard and William Hart B the residence ot G D Duncan and the Baptist church a bl le and gold pin with letters S CS or face Finder return to Sun office he place to get your Jelly Glasses arid Fruit Jars js at P J Thomas Jlsewher in this issue iof The Sun wi pe found an advertisement of the K of C O tirii at Lebanon Wednes day Aug 8th An interesting program has peen arranged and no idoubt there witl be a good many Springfield people to attend tode pre Rates re enable Work guaran eed ny intelligent person may earn a go d income corresponding for newspa per experience unnecessary Send sta p for full particulars Empire Prefes Syndicate N Y F eed your poultry a hood tonic to kee them in a healthy condition This me ns more eggs more rapid growth ot t IB young Enterprise Poultry Pow der will do it Sold by- HAYDONR BERTSON Tfy Kentucky Star Four So good FOR SALEA latestmodel No 5 Oliv er typewriter This machine is in frs class condition ha g been used only three months further par ticu lars and terms apply Vii this office t LosTOn Monday Aug 30 between the Little Beech bridge and Springfield littleIal other things Reward if returned to this office or CHINA M TUMEY- Springfield Rt 3 eVeW H Williams will give an il lus trated lecture at the Baptist Church ire ct Friday night onliThe Slums of Louisville A large crowd is expected to the present to hear this interesting lecture No admission will be charged Lake and Bosley the real estate men sol i for Mrs Lizzie McLaughlin her far m of 241 acres situated about two mil es from town on the Mackville pike to Mr Chas Brady at95 per acre This is one of the finest pieces of land in Washington county aturday at 2 p m there will be a of the Ladies Missionary So Bethlehem Baptist church at melting the society will be addressed Corbett of iLouisyHle Ky H Williams arid R L Pur i Springfield will also speak Th ladies of the church and commun ity are invited to be present QST While in R A Nallys barber sha few days ago a friend of mine boiling eye glasses left hurriedly andthrou Qa mistake put the glasses in coat pocket belonging to another They were gold framed which hJed over the ears Left tense was highly magnifying consequently much thi ker than the right Reward if re turnedto A N GRAIN Brumfield Ky rare musical treat to the people of Sp ringfield will be the concert to le giv nat the Opera House tomorrow nightby Karl Schmidt and Miss Edith Rupel The program for the most part wI be m de up of selections from the M rry Widow Miss Rubel needs no troduction to Springfield people while Karl Schmidt is one of Americas lead ing musicians Kentucky Star Flour Best made tIii Farm for Sale l I desire to sell my farm of 137J acres situated on the Wilhsburg and Ch Willisburggood meadow and blue grass New five room house with all necessary outbuild ings Good orcnard and plenty of water MRS SUSAN A CHEATHAM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 193 acres situated about 2 miles below Burks Distillery on Hardins creek 4 miles from Loretto 4 miles from Mahton 6 miles from St Rose on the Elizabeth road 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 CG SMITH Springfield Ky Rt 5 Contract LettingBi- ds Wanted Contracts for the Building Grading and Putting Metal on of a new Turnpike running from the Mackville and Willisburg pike near the Gross 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 Iat White Hall School House IThe road to ihavea fourteen foot and a twelve foot metal To be let out by the quattermile sendIsealed to Ithem ROBT RILEY Pris of Road Ii or A J BOTTOM ViciPns Kentucky Star Flour Best made Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it iI1 i1hiiii1rJiiiiil s OOOOOOOOOOdOOOOOOGOOOOGOOO FARMERS i a SANKIMackvlllt Kjw CAPITAL 1500000 SURPLUS PROFIT 300000 We offer you fair treatment withr rsistentThe strength and stal ili ofa DirecI i r affaIrsWe anxiousJ B PETEEt President ELVIN BIRCH VPredJdent J M SMITH Cashier- DIRECTORS JB Peter Elvin Birch- J T Sweeney Dan Mcllvey J M Russell Jamesi ocbran Geo W Powell C Shewmaker JW Best B G Matherlj J J W Arnold t CX3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Secure a Certificate r Under the law the Western Normal has the poser to issue the ELEMENT ARY CERTIFICATE the INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the hold ers to teach anywher yIn Kentucky for 4 two years four years and for life re spectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate wilt 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 Jong ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bittern prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies enriches and vital izes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the en tire system Its a godsend to weak r Kidneytroublemonths writes W M Sherman of Cushing MeUbutElectric Bitters HaydonliiiiiI1t II Attend the Washington County JUVENILE FAIR I To be held at the Fair Grounds 1 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 9th 1 A good program has been arranged and there will be a large display of live stock poultry etc II A good time for both Old and Young fj It t Jr THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER i 1909 r S 3 ci + i + SCHOOL IDAYS t r Dear old Golden v Rule days ARE ABOUT TO ROLL AROUND AGAIN AND YOU GIRLS AND BOYS SHALL NEED FEW + School Clothes and t Shoes f Please Remember That we Have tit liorgonen You f v Tjf We have just what you will need in BOY SUIT MISSES COAT SUITS fT JBOYS land GIRLS SHOES BUYS AND GIRLS HOSE T- T x i V All New Fall Goods and at Prices to please Father dr Mother j r JfustReceived nice line Fall Dress Ginghams and Wool n Dress Goods suitable for 4 Dresses We have also received our new stock Outing Cloth for fall t t I Special for this Week Z In order to get you better Acquainted wit i our splendid Lineof Hosiery We will give One Tablet and Pencil FEEt With each pair Boys and Girls lose in our 20c and 25c grade f It T kThe RobertsonClay t rooke Co t4 + W w i F Ita tti m ii ttf iii l iF i4 t444 44t44tEtl4t4t4t4i4i 44l4tt3f +4t4i4t4t444fttFt t I ori VAUJEY HILL v Although our village is hard to locate on the map we are yet numbered Weit ax will persistently insist on being heard from occasionally Oar letters although short well be as interesting as avail able Items will permit And we are an if hopes that we shall hear from other correspondents more regularly iTobacco was housed very fast lagtti week owing to the fair weather which Jiifcontinued wilt permit the whole crop to be housed this week Misses Virginia and Nellie roster of Louisville continue the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs M Reed of this placer Robert and Vivian Tatum have been at the home of A C Pinkston during the past week it1he Misses Lindley of Louisvillfe Jewere guests oi Miss Pearl Goatley during the fair Miss Alice Thompson of South Park visited Mr and Mrs T C Tatum last weekend Mr and Mrs Hen y Wells of Spring t field were guests 6f Mrs Pa1 hey i Sunday Mrs Mirnie Whittington ben with her mother Mrs S of this place during the past left this week for her home ern Illinois She was by Johnnie Piles who expectS his future home tereJL Mr Johnnie Grundy of visited relatives at tnis place Mrs Margaret Offutt and gene Goatley were gusts at Tuesday The family of Mr Bill Mann tpoa precarious condition of Dr Mudd of Springfield is the mg physician Mrs W F Moran of this tainly Iuuia flock jof from the fact that dunng month so regularly have the each day that the nest egg came cold and a few days ago little chick pipped the shell his debut as a new addition flock The veracity of this owner is beyond doubt as it is verified Pluck Pluck financier Is the secret of success Well Interrupted the shabby man Til give you meMyour method Telegraph t Slow to Laugh The BritonAd the old proverb says vknow He liwfs best who lawfs lahst The Yi nkee If thats so what good laugh rs you English must be Cleveland L nder To deal honest y with others is not so difficult To ompel others to deal honestly with jou that is power Smart Set Soldier Bai ks Death Plot It seems to j F Stone a civil war veteran of Kemj Tex that a plot ex isted between desperate lung trouble and the to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed cough that stuck tome in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began rluse Dr Kings New Discovery whicl restored my health completely I no v weigh 178 pounds For severe Cold obstinate Coughs Hem rrhages A thma and to prevent Pneumonia its nrivaled Mcand 100 Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by Haydon Rob rtson I il K of COgtuingauspi- ces WW Under of Lebanon Council Knigh s of Columbus at Proctor Knott Chautauqua Grounds Lebanon Ky WEDNESDAY SEPTT a l4oMORNING AND AFTERNOON MORNING i Will consist of vocal and instrunnntal musical PROGtAM ani an address by V IA PROMINENT jj AFTERNOON PRO RAMlMusic by local talent band concert athletics and an address your distinguished citizen oHONi BEN JOHNSON OF BARDSTOWNf KY BASE BALL Bardstown vs ColumbiaThese two teams nla3ed in Lebanon last week and the score was 2 to 0I11 favor of Columbia Aroyal game may be expected in thee coming contest which will be umpired by Bab j Ryan of Louisvillie At 230 + Morba dayFIRST+ ++i IwTEETH Pain or Danger All first1VUrkI just as advertised GUARANTEED jgj Over McElroy Shaders Groceryst3 oe a S 0 Personal Noteso iVisitors In and Out of TownA a CPersonal NewsD0- QO90000000000 Miss MaryBurton McElroy of Lebanon is the guest of Miss May Mayes Mayor Thomas and wife and Miss Mary Kirk of Lebanon Ylsited here Friday Miss Hattie Moffett oi Louisville is visiting her niece Miss Lillie Wheat ley Miss Sisco of Bardstown is the guest of Miss Mabel Williams Miss Ethel McClasky of Bloom field has been the guest of the Misses Brown Mrs Jenme Talbott has returned from a visit to friends in Lebanon Dr Geo M Shaunty of Louisville visited friends here last week Mr Lester Gibbs of Shelbyville spent several days here last week Mr Ben Medley of Owensboro is the guest of hte parents Mr and Mrs G E Medley Mr and Mrs TA Spalding of Bardstown have been visiting Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon Mr Frank McCawley of Louisville spent last week at the home of Mr G E Medley Miss Annie James has returned to her home in Harrodsburg aftera visit to Mrs E E Buster Mr J J McCabevisited his family at this place the first of the week Mr Frank Willett of Louisville spent last week with his parents at this place Miss Ethel Bush of Bloomfield is the guest of Miss Laura Shehan Mr Casper Kuhn of Nashville Tenn is visiting his aunt Miss Fannie Wall Miss Katherine Spalding has re turned to her home in Lebanon after a visit to Miss Bertha Haydonj Mr Richard Wathen of ardstown Junction visited relatives here last week Dr J R RoBards of Harrods burg was here last week Miss Ida Charles Carroll hasre turned to her home in Louisville after a visit to Miss Flaget Simms Messrs Dick and R H Edelen of Louisville spent several days here last week Misses Suanna Hayes and Mary Lee Taylor of neon Bloomfield spent last week with Miss May Mayes Miss Virginia Lisle of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Fannie McElroy Messrs Finley Scruggs and Jack McChord are visiting friends and rela tives IB Danville Messrs J C Shader L B Cain W T Leachman L D Baker S J Anderson R A Thompson Leo Hay don and Murray Floyd attended the K C meeting in Lebanon Monday Miss Flaget Simms will leave the first of next week for Paris where she will be the guest of Miss Martha Waller Dr W F Trusty after a several weeks illness is able to be at his office againMiss Ellen Wathen has returned d from a jyisit to relatives at Bardstown JunctionMisses Lillie and Nancye Simms will visit Mrs Jesse Rapier of Bards town and attend the fair this week Mrk Griffith and daughter Mar garet are guests of the formers sis ter Mrs J S McElroy Miss Willie Knott left Tuesday for Louisville Indianapolis and Cincinnati to purchase her stock of fall millinery hethometo Dr and Mrs W F Trusty Mr and Mrs Harry Leachman ot Louisyille have returned home after a few days visit co Mrs Dannie Leach man Mr A L Jenkins who has been the guest of Mr G D Duncan and family this summer has left for home rMiss Mary Lawrence Claxton of Louisville is visiting Miss Lucy Selec man She has just returned from a number of Chautauquas where she gave various readings which were very well received j iJ raaFIr In OUr store and get a nice loaf6f Cream Bread or some nice Cakes They are baked every day Theyre delicious i I Visit Our lceless Soda Fountain and En joy some of the Refreshing Drinks Katie Hertlein Bro fo LiiTT J l Mi s May Mayes will leave next week for Lexington where she will en ter Sayre College Mrs C N Cooper is spending the week with friends in Lebanon =Mr J RobertTMayes Jr will re tormorrow having spent yacai tionfwith his parents Mr and Scott Mayes Mrs WT Spalding and daughter Miss Hettie attended the fair herelast week Miss Margaret McElroy after a several weeks visit to her uncle Mn A C McElroy has returned to her home in Kansas City Mo She was accompanied by Mr McElroy Mr Palmer Grundy has returned to Louisville afterfa visit to relatives here Mr Frank Logan and wife of Danville visited friends here last week and attended the fair Mr and Mrs C C McChord and Miss Margaret McChord have returned to their home in Louisville after spend ing two weeks here Mr find Mrs Howard VanArsdale Miss VanArsdale and Mr CollinsSum men ot Danville attended the tair at this place Saturday Mr J N Saunders and daughter of Stanford KYare visiting here this week r TMr and Mrs Jas Allen of Bloom field spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Palmer Grundy Mr J B Grundy of Bardstown Spent last week with his brothers C L and W G Grundy Mr W Clements of Uniontowri is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Geo Clements of near town Miss Josephine Perry of Louisville is the gUest Mattie Robertson Mrs Ed Mudd and baby returned to their home at New Haven today after a visit to Mrs Theresa Mudd f Mr and Mrs S C McGill spent Tuesday in Lebanon Miss Willie Hughes of Bloomfield visIted relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Jesse Rapier Misses Nannie and Leona Rapier have returned to their home in Bardstown after a visit to Mr and Mrs C L Price i Miss Genevieve Silliman of Danville spent last week at St Catharine Misses Elizabeth Leachman and Ella Sweeney returned home Tuesday after a two weeks stay at Griffin Springs Mrs Fred Hagan and Miss Mary Brown spent the first of the week with Mrs John Brown of Lebanon Miss Kate Wharton entertained arnumber of her friends at Flinch Tues day evening in honor of Miss Mathflde Brown of Louisville Miss Lillian Anderson of Danville spent last weeK at the home of Mt H M ONan Mrs Jenkins of Bloomfield pen Tuesday at the home of Mr G Tt DvF cantMiss Head of Louisville spent last week with Mrs John Kelly Mrs J K Leahy of Louisville spent the latter part of last week with her daughter Mrs W E Leachman Miss Maggie May Wycoff has re turned to her home at Mackville aftet a visit to Miss Nancye Simmsi =Mr Harry Krecker formerly with The Sunj was a visitor here last week Mr Krecker is now editing the Troy Ind Times MACKVILLE Quite a crowd from this place aijten ded the dedication at Willisburg Bun day MiEses Eya and Grace Hatchet of Harrodsburg were the guests ot rela tives here during the protracted meet mg of the Baptist Church j Mr Joe Thompson and mother were called to the bedside ot his sister Mrs Ella Leachman of Texas i Mr E C Hume has returned home from a few weeks stay in Seattle WashingtonMrs T Barnett visited her tmother Mrs Kimberlin at East Texas Joe Harmon and Omer Hump of Fenwick were at this place Sundays Miss Ethel Turner and Miss W1l1IeI Ruby are in Louisville buying their new fall Millinery goods Mrs John Richardson and daughter Mallie are visiting at the home o Mrs Lula Turner L Kentucky Star Flour Best made J Public Sale T OF Farm Live Stock Farming Implements Ev On realYolnhr Thursday Sept 16 OBAT 10 OCLOCK A M My Fine Blue Grabs Farm Containing 273 acres To be surveyed to purchaser located five miles east of Harrpdsurg three mtJesIIi adjoininggrasscountrywater The place is fertile and superior for the cultivation of tobacco hemp biKbarnsThelargeverandaTERMS Onethird cash and the remainder in 1 2 3 and 4 pears with sixper deedWill head of big mare sweepstftksbesidesand many other things top numerous to mention Terms on personal On all sums of 20 and under cash over that amount a four months negotiable note without interest BURGOO ON THE GROUND AND A PLENTY OF IT i I J B ChathamHARRODaBU13G r r r f KrN r J 6 c I irlHERJ JLDSPli I 1 G1 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER i 1909e J4lc =4n vw ti r- =v t L I f t Iri 0 Yo I1gMtlnIYOUR LadyI t Would you like a trip to The Kentucky State Fair If so herd is your chance 1 t theKentuckin a firstclass b arding house lunch at the fair admission to the grounds two days and nights and street carl fare to and from r = J same and a years subscription to The Springfield Sun to any young lan or lady living within 50 miles of Louisville who se cures 12 subscribers to The Kentucky Farmed at 100 each or who lives between 50 and 100 miles of Louisville and secures 154 if V subscribers or who lives between oq and ito mites of Louisville and secures 18 subscribers or who lives between 150 and 200 miles ot Louisville and sec res 20 subscribers Any who fails to secum the requisite number oj subscriptions will be allowed a liberal commissionon those obtained Wt 1r V expenseVeit i f Begin now Ijfj it t t i offerThe i v f k j 11i j 3z Dcnt fail to see it f Cut out this advertise ent ndsend it with the list ot subscribers tot ri + f M i rHEKENTUCKY FARMER v iI 4 lr tvv 322 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky t ft I q ll- I 9 t t t ri II t 1 LJi i Lrt lfp 1t pi 3 tm my i rtH l ii r Jjr JI II ENTRIES AND EXHIBITSI exhibition and Kentucky State Fair Entries and exhibits of all livestock departments except for horses mules and jack stock will close Monday Sept 6th at 600 p m and all other departments prior to Friday Sept 10 Emtries of horses mules andjack stock will close positively at 12 ofclock aoon the day before the exhibition There will be a printed program of the entries of horses jack stock ahjt cattle together with the name the owner name and color of the animal and number of the entry which must correspond with the number worn by the person in charge of the animal It Is absolutely essential that this Infor mation accompany the entry which must be filed with the secretary before the closing date Exhibits must be placed by 9 oclock Monday morning Sept 13th and all exhibitors will be JK notified There are 1400 different zings in which prizes are offered and there is a total of over 300 lots The horse classification is subdivid ed Into classes suitable for light harr tress fivegaited saddlehorses road sters combined harness and fivegait ed horses American carriage horses threegalted saddleh rAes combination ighstQland ponies and fine horses Good premiums are given for jotb mules and jack stock In the beef cattle department S ort horns Herefords Polled Durh ms AberdeenAngus and Red Polls are given most liberal classifications In the Cattle Department Jerseys HoistelnFriesIanSi Guernseya and Ayrshires are recognized The s wine department Includes Berkshires Po land Chinas Duroc Jerseys Ch ster Tphttes Tamworths Hampshire and Yorkshires In the sheep depart nent prizes are offered for the following YnsOxtorr1ssets American Merinos Delaine Me viotsYand s a class tor A gore goa s The poultry department cove s ev ery known standard variety The Irate is true of the pigeon depart nent the prize money for dePrt eats yearfThedevery pi grqwn on the farm In hortlc ilture there are over 700 prizes offer d for apples peaches pears grapes an mis cellaneous fruits Plants and fl wers = e WEEfCL- YiCQURISRJOIr RNAL Editorrt intpolitics It prints all the news withoutIi fear or favor The rtsfular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER JQURNAL and TE SUN BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY t r r 50rIf you will give or send your order to this papernot to the CourierJournalf UaIIY CoufierJournal one Yetc 6 Sunda Y Courier Journal one Year Ve fan give you a combination cut rate r Daily or Sunday if you will write this pTier- It If t J r fm l one qt the most beautiful andattrac tive exhibits of the State Fair will be well taken care of this year and will he placed alon side of the womens department In no department is there a more Interesting collection of premiums than In thht set aside for revs work and dtablei tFINE DAIRYi STOCK KentuckyIState Fair The Holstein Friesian has long been known to Kent icklanp as a great milk producer but here been no concerted action mong the breeders of this dairy cow In Kentucky The fact that the three Hospitals for the insane and the tate feebleminded institute at Wankfort have decided to use this breedltoaether in tlelr dalrl e quiring six or eVen hundred cows rej a pt sUmul iB to the breed in tuc 1 me 350 donated to the Kentucky State Fair by the HolstelnFrlesian Association Is in great measure due to Stanley All ward a member of the board of contr 1for these institutions and a recognition on the part of the HolsteinFries an Association of the value such a move would be to this breed of cattle In this state The as IlumsKentucky Sta e Fair some of the best specimens of Ihe black an dairy cows to be fo nd in the country Students Judging Contest Commissioner AteC inkln has offered two se s of r farmer boys in this s ate a prfzeIto students In the Agrl The amount for farmer boys js 100 to bp awarded to the young man who makes thellargest sore ill Judging livestock at he State Fair money to be used as scholt rshlp to the Agricultural Department cif the State University the contesta t to be required to file written oplnl an with reasons there f rioIi horse cattle swine and sheep judgIngIded Int620 i15 10 and 5 Competition will lie limited to students in the State University It Is the pur pose of the commissioner In offering these special to educate the young men of the slate In livestock judging The requirements are quite liberal and there Is no reason why any bright young man In the state should not en ter the contest The Louisville public schools will for the first time have an exhibit of the work done In the various grades the State Fair grounds this year duringhe of Sept 1318 The Kentuc y stAte Fair is getting tobe more and moe an educational Institu 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new ehe Apr boy or girl can take advantage ef this effer JiM Mienlttanee by peen office money order and address THE COMMONER LlneeJn Nell Te secure any ef tJaMu you mue cut out thta ad Inetudlng cant of pier below and sead together with yew erder + w THE SPRINGFIELD SUNS RINGFrELp KY I J THp SPRINGFIELD p SUN WEDNESDAY S tfEMBEKrk 1909 T rw tWlL V 1 a J In J I TONLYi t iw PER YEAR r h TFAMOUkX ARTIST Mme Tussaud Had an Exciting and Dramatic Career IN THE FRENCH REVOLUTION Du Shetodeledby the Guillotine and Was For a Time In Prison Herself as a Suspect This Is the story of M met Tussaud who was born In Berne lit 1760 and died In London In 1850 and who dur ing the stormy time of the French rev olution modeled in wax some of tfee heads that fell by the guillotine Niarle Gresholtz was the daughter of an aiddecanip of General Wurmser In the Seven Years war She was born after the death of her father Her mother was the sister of Dr John Christopher Curtlus of Berne This Dr urtlus had made many anatomical and other models In wax and had attracted the attention of the Prince de Contl This nobleman urged Curtlus to come to Paris and establish himself as a modeler in wax The Curt us studio became the ren defcvous of the fashionable world and in connection with this he had a museum of curiosities Among his patrons were Voltaire lean Jacques Rous seau Mesmer Mlraheau Diderot Beh Jamln Krnrik iln Paul Jones and many other notable persons Ui his visits to his sister at Berne Dr Curtlus had taught his niece Marie many of the secrets of modeling In wajt She showed such ability In this that her uncle urged her mother to imike a home with min Paris and to allow him to adopt Marie as his daugh ter lyjiarle began earnest study with Dr tnI0 wax art became a craze Even the royal personages In the palace took It up and Marie spent some time giving lessons to Mme Elizabeth the young sis ter1 of Louis XVI Shen the revolution broJteout Dr Curtlus took the side of the people and sent for Marie to couie from the palace It was rather singular that two of ills wax models should have played a foremost part in the opening scenes of that awful period Iii his collection of models was a bust of the mln Lster Necker father of Mme de Stael and one of Philippe duke of Orleans Two days before the storming of tbe Bastille a mob took these two busts from his museum in the Palais Rpyal draped them In black crape to shp w their sympathy and started to parade the streets with these As the procession tiled across the dragoonskndsword stroke cut the bust of Necker in halves and the man who was carry ling it was hit by a musket ball In the and received the thrust of a sword In his breast The bust of the Duke pf Orleans escaped Injury but in the fight to de fend It several persons were killed The soldiers made desperate efforts to demolish It At the taking of the Bastille Dr Cur tins was ac tive and for his services to France was rewarded by the national assembly A badge of honor was presented to t Iw and this was Inscribed with the f moos date and a memorial of his bra Very and patriotism His house was n favorite place of meeting with tbelleaders of the revolution so MiMe had in opportunity to see them all There wa j only one time when Marie was ln an y danger duringthis des perate per odShe way suspected and sent to prison Here at the same time was line de Beauharnals who bad relylescapedtht guillotine and who was later the Josephine of Napoleon Bonaparte Her uncle was able to get Maries release from prison and she cameout in time to see the down fall of Robespierre Danton and Des moulins In the days of their power she bad been called to model the beads of many who fell by the guillotine She iWasi obliged to take them just after the fall of the fatal knife She cid this awful work with the heads of poor Marie Antoinette and of the Princess Lamballe the queens friend When the leaders suffered by the guillotine In beadsAterand in 1791 she married M Tussaud She1could not overcome the shock of during the revolution and she persuaded her husband to take her and the valuable collections of wax models left her by Dr Curtius over to Englnnd They established this collection In the Strand The collection was taken all About the country and In V1833 It was brought back to tendon and made eonductedactive share in this till she was eighty years of age Boston Globe Naming Their Children- It was a musical n tin who gave his four daughters the following names Dor0 Mifa Sola lIdo The first es caped with the nickname Dora the second answered Mlffy the third own gpoerallyThe case of the musical man Is matched by that pf the provincial printer who named his children front the t t fonts he used RuBy earl- Diamond The first two are no uAcotn mon names for girls only RubAhap pened to be a boy He followe1 his fathers footsteps and afterw bf camera printers manager in Lj London Chronicle t ter SUCCESS WITH SHEEP me oilta on the Management ef the rlopk In Summer A man should see his sheep at least ice every day There are so many little things that will come up things tiat need not worry him at all if he v but take them In time like flnd li ig an old ewe on her back In a hol w or an udder mUkIt erelnota lamb with maggots or t ip beginning of scours In the lambs rhichsls one of the signs of stomach orms or a sheep going lame the s ire sign of trouble and to be attended tA on the spot The best thing to treat 7 PRIZE WJNNTNG COTSWOIDS f ot lameness when deep seated or hen the sheep is to be treated In the fl sldis butyrin of autlm0ny It Is very sure and quick which Is the essential o s disease iSalt ep and they S QuId have plenty of It If the flock onVpasrure liable to aruse bloat mix si It with air slaked Uma little more ne than salt They wi eat It audits ems to act favorably on the stoma h and prevents bloat Tobacco stems- s ould at all times be koptbeforethe t the sheep to eJeto dip the 8t ms In weak brine and give no ad diJonal lsalt sow arid then there will reappear W thin your flock that old and terrible disorder calledfoot rot We hove sue cesded In eradicating It from our flock bj causing tlesbeep to pass every diy through a trough In which there- w s a solution of blue vitriol water aid quicklime After wje had seen no m re of the disease for some time we let off using the vitriol and used slm pi f the lime making a thick white wash This destroys all germs that are of recent lodging and when once tb sheep are well and kept oft the In ected ground sufficient time for the ge rms In tho soil to ish you will never again see the disease In your fleck unless you bring tp It a diseased uponinVe do not find It necessary to feed griln to ewes on grass 1rgreen foods We do find It profitable grain to the limbs when we Wish to hiarket th jm fat In the early summer We hi ve found pumpkins nj great help In fedlng the flock In thE tall There Is a great deal of nutriment in the pt mpkiri and besides this the seeds themselves are stored with nutriment ai d are also quite efficient vermifuges so that one will undoubtedly effect a considerable Increase In the health of hi flock by feeding liberally of pump klis In our practice ive do not rem ve the seeds but hnul the entire pi mpklns to the pastured In large quan tI les the sheep gnaw their w v intothemhas best they can They IIn this sway eat Ithe pumpkins cl sin while If they were broken the seds would jail be eaten first and perhaps the flesh left to decay Jo shE Wing In Breeders Gazette C Icago- THE SWINEHERD ILILC will wprry off jlesh about as fast as can put It on your hogs kerosene emulsion Is ggod for a wash Jut clean the pen out from one end t the other If you dpnt tack the e will come lworse than c eF Preventing Hog Ills It Is more easy to prevent disease In n Imals than It Is to curb Hop cholera evails more or less IH all sections of the country but In the majority of c ses It Is due more to the condition of lierds and mlsmanagemlent In feeding t an to any other cause Hogs must have greep or bulky food also salt am1 c inrcoal These substances are not n direct way preventives of cholera li ut they keep the anlipals In a more t irlfty condition and render them less liable to disease Cement Feeding Floors If corn stays anywhere near Its pn it price It Is expensive to feed and little should be wasted The ce feeding floor Is convenience a necessity In very soft weather togs wilt often root up their lot but a cement floored pen jvill put a stop t itall These floors can be made ujnder shelter or out In the open at t option or convenieijce of the feed c A long house feeding floor Ij one end and a bedding dephrtment Ii the other Is preferable Paralysis In Swine This affection most often follows o erfceding of rich nitrogenous foods t animals that are closely tfonflned P gs do best when allowed a consid e able range and not fed too highly A this affection Involves the spinal ce rd It Is not onlrlinblp to prove fatal but is not nsa rule satisfactorily f 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received Call or address our near est office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FARMERS LINE k rate If you are not at enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States pf Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the j southern portion of Indiana CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE E I TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated THEBEST BUSINESS SCHOOLv c ON EABTH I ttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ives acomplete course in the latest and most uprtpdate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand sad places all graduates in good posItIons havmgrnany more calls than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day- Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rey Granville W Lyon or write direct to the 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky T r rr2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Ii 1909 r I t Building While we are here why note us about a nice Brick DVelling or 5n uptodate Business House We are in a position to give you a much better price so long as we I ratesandKrueger MillerBuilders of thiliew Baptist Church PLEASANT GROVE Rev I P Haynes left Monday for a visit to his parents in Marshal Mo- D I R Litsey ana family were at Judge B L Litsey s Sunday Miss Mary Logan Neal is with Miss Ellen Gregory this week Mr James West spent last week with Mr J F Gregory Mr A G Yankey of Louisville was with his parents from Saturday until Monday MISS Mary Bruce has returned to her borne in Perryvillej after a visit to her uncle Dr J H Hopper The school at this place will open Monday with Mrs Nora Cloyd as teacher Quite a number from this place atI tended the dedication of the new Bap tist church at Willisburg Sunday Miss Delia Ray Annie and Georgie Gregory spent last week in Springfield and attended the fair Mr VanArsdale of Indianapolis Lee i VanArsdale Judge and Mrs Noe and children of Springfield spent Sunday with SC VanArsdale 4 9Mrs A G Noe and children have re turned to their home in Columbus 0 Word was received Sunday of the WllterThompeonlof doing nicely at the last report Mrs H M Noe and children of Columbia Ky are visiting Mr and Mrs S C Vanarsdale Dr R H Williams of New Hope was here Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs John McAllister of Fenwick spent Tuesday with JO jfolin and family Enter School v fSee your County Superintendent and wnteH H Cherry President West ern Normal Bowling Green Ky con cerning free scholarship Fall Session opens September 7th Tile Springfield Sun LOO per year The Sun and Cour1 JoumaJl1a WILLISBURG The dedication of the new Baptist church at this place last Sunday was i re4t success There was a larg crovrd present estim ted at about tw thousand Rev Bow of LouisvilU preached the dedicatory sermon in plac ITherIthe building Revs Bow Williams ann Sims did great work in securing th money The members of the churcli feel very grateful to them for their services The protracted meeting was postponed until next Sunday night September 5th Miss Tavie Goodlett spent the latter part lof last week with her brother Sam Goodlett Mrs Mary Poulter of Bardstown is visiting her sister Mrs Sue Merritt Rey L L Shirley of Harrodsburg delivered a very interesting sermon to a large audience at the Baptist church here last Sunday night Floyd Ferrel formerly of this place but mow a soldier in the United States Army paid his mother of this place a shorfvisit last week His many friends gave Him a warm welcome to his old home He returned Thursday tow post of duty rot tYour Families With i Life Insurance We can furnish you with Insurance that selfsupporting in crse of total disabilityand out 20 year contracts are guaranteed to pay Qut in 15 years If you intend to purchase Life Insurance pArsdalcIe Insurance Co E T WIGGINTON 1General Agent LtbanbnSpringfield Automobile Line Schedule Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield L ff Station Walton Hotel J30ia m 830 a m 1030ja m 100 pm 4OOp m 500 p m 630 p m 730 p m 1030 a m Sunday 200 p m SsSSiSSiOSiSiS 1 i Do You WantIto Buy a Farm Wt can sell you one any sizt any location any puce We are ready at all times to showyouoCome ancUee us About iOQ farms in our hands See partial list below Springfieldt plents of water all under good fence Prpce 50 per acre No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two 4dwelling houses two stock barns 90 acres of new land plenty of Jgrass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two barns plenty of water all of farm m grass all under good fence Price 55 per acre No 486k acres one mile east of Macl villk 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn all outbuildings fineJorchard of 500 trees all kinds of fruitPall under good fence plfenty of water plenty of grass Price 3500 No 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock barns all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all ii under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acreINo 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 tobacco barts fine tobacco land at least onehalf of the farm new land Price 40 per acre No 812 ocr s 1 mile from Springfield ion pike 5 room Dwell ing in good repair good all under good fence fruit plenty of water Price 2500 No 9150 acres 1 mile from Dike on county road 1 mile from Loretto 7 room dwelling in good repair al under good lepce all in grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural route fine stock barn 60 feet square plenty of tobacco land Price 30 per acre t No 10 96j acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64 good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 LAKEBOSLEY t J I i PIVATEHYGIENE What It Means to the Individual and to the Rice Private hygiene Is important and means a r vplut oh in our habits of llvingv It iiiieaus fresh air perpetually flowing through ur houses and more of our lives pen outdoors It means common sense ii dietrthe avoidance bf bolting food Iroiu which dyspepsia springs and the reeducation of normal food instiuca the avoidance of gluttony on the one side and body star vatiou on the otler the avoidance of alcohol the mos potent of the pre disposing causes of tuberculosis and the avoidance of dirty Infected milk and meat It me ms the simplelife1 free from overexertion on the one hand and indolei ce on the other the habit of normal sleep and the eman cipation from wo ry In giving this rescrlption Dr Tru deaU once said tc me ltls as simple as bathing iu the waters of Jordan and that is why eople are so slow to f llowitBut peop e are foil wing and following rapidly When hey see a man who only a ew years igo wasso ill of tuberculosis that he cc Idscar ly drag himself o it upon a porch now run twentyfive n lies for p ire love of exercise or when they see nine college men Inside of hal a year double their endurance throug rational diet alone or when they lea n that exPresident Roosevelt develop d from a weak and timid boy Into tl e personification of strength and courage and that Cornaro about to die at thirtyseven abjured all unhygienic hi bits and prolonged his life to 103 they begin to realize the practical val Ie of personal by- gieneIrofessor Irving Fisher in Cen tury Artificial Coffee In Europe Horrlb e disclosures are made of methods In common use fur the man ufacture of coffee It seems that of factories for that purpose existing in France there are 100 which turn out 24000 tons aiiniiaily while there are 568 such establishments In Austria Hungary IncludIn 412 for the manu facture of coffee from figs and in Germany nearly I 000 hands are em ployed In the trade and the annual output is 100000 ti nsoIIt follows that a large quantity o coffee which is drunk has not ana torn of the real ber ry In It The list f substances out of whlcli It Is manufac lured is alarming cereals soaked with beer brandy 6r um chestnuts and horse chestnuts aricc t beans and broad beans car ots ates and finaily the hard roe of od The annual output of what Is barn Ingly called fanciful coffee for urope Is estimated at over 257000 ons Paris Telegraph I GOldjMineComlets toe In luck They ire reported to be working a gold min on their own ac unto Their ward rs trave apparent IV so far failed to discover where they ave successfully p jgged their claim The convicts in turi escape from the s ttlement by two or threes and re r min hidden for a t ay or two They tien return witV th ir pockets full of tiuggets and have a great th eOth- e S get away in their turn but come b ick event ally als with gold The nilne Is thus k + pt legulaily working b shifts of convicts JThe latter when tliey return to the se element are regu li rly sentenced to a few days Impris o ment for absence nMthout leave butt Isis a low price t pay for fl shan h a gold mine W lere the latter Is tie authorities bavie never yet been alle to dlscoverTLo don Telegraph A Tutti hut Cordial iere is a tuttj frntti cordial from th recipe book iof a woman who Is ne rer caught by her summer visitors wi hout a delicloiis cooling drink She talcB three oranges rnd three lemons an scrubs them clan then chops thi m fine after relieving the seeds Sb adds a pineapple chopped and thin a quart of dmr good berry in se son cherries or strawberries being es ecially good Throe bananas cut into slices or small dice she adds to th mixture and tIirie cupfuls of pow de ed sugar Over th whole she lays a rent piece of let She leaves this fpi three hours and when ready to sei ve she adds two q rnrts of ice wa ter A single bottle oT seltzer or some otler effervescent water gives addl tioial go tb the mixture which Is vo ed delicious by all who try it Su urbanite j Millions From Hunters deer Jn the bush Is worth moref th n a deer In hand for the live deer attracts the tourists ind the sports who leave money foujnd because It cost the GermanyI lug This is borne out by wti re GOOOOO people yearly pay for hurtIng In the forests The return from hunting licenses and rentals amount to 32000000 yearly for Ger- ma Germany is ahead of the Unded States in this respect Only one state approaches Germany in rev mm s from hunting and tourists Maines 250000 tpurists yearly leave 2500000 behind them Alabama coil cts yearly 25000 to hunters fees iOiJtlng Alfonso and the Journalists tsIKinji Alfonso of SpaIn He had his meaw Iii the public dining room of the I otel and iu walkinFacross to his table he noticed I equerry ex iiiIanswer Journalists said the king insta jtly Good Ask them to favor me v 1th their company ct my table Londm M A PI t r 0 The A B C and X Y I of H ADVERTISINGA written by Seymour EtoBf PfclUdelphla iN 0jTt I have a bunch of letters from advertisers asking me to criticise their advertisement to fell them wjierein the copy is bad or good It is nearly all bad but most bad advertisements pay The better the copy as a general rule the bitter the results Good copy for one class of trade right be very poor copy for another But there are a few broad general principles which are always true Your advertisement should be attractive enough to catch the eye Size doesnt do this A two inch single column card may be made to attract more notice than an announcement as big as a sheet of notepaper If your advertisementisnt seen it isnt read and if it isnt read no matter if it has ten million circulation it isnt worth a postage stamp You are not investing in circulation but in readers of advertisements The next point is to make your advertisement readable As a rule the most readable copy is printed in fairly large book type one kind of type With a display heading or two and the reading matter divided into easy paragraphs Most advertisers think that by crowding the space to its utmost they are getting bigger value for their money Within reasonable limits the very opposite is true Ten words read are worth more than ten thousand words looked at If I were advertising a retail shop and I found that my advertising appropriation would allow me to take a two inch card daily in four newspapers I should multiply the two by four and take an eight inch card in one newspaper But the scret bf copy is personality red hot hustling life Like breeds like If your shop is a hustling goahead concern and this spirit is reflected in your advertising the contagion will soon spread The first hundred customers are the hardest to get the second hundred come in about half the time the third hundred are attracted by the jcrowd The full page announcements of the department stores overshadow the small dealer i but there is opening up a great field in every big city for the at tractive advertising of the smaller shop This ad vertising must be done ilia new Way it must be pleasingrefined convincing i it mUst appeal to the individual who loves quiet rather than noise the very antithesis of the broadside bargain advertising so comm n in every newspaper iCopy hht by Tribune Company Chicago Corpse Held for Bill The remains of Lorena Taylor a colored girl who was sent from this place to the Lexington School of Reform a little more than a year ago were re turned here last Saturday for inter ment Along with the coffin came a bill from the undertaker at Lexington for 3550 and fojr a short time there was unIrelease the body untilthe debt was sat isfied He telephoned to Lexington and found that the School of Reform should hav settled with the Lexington undertaker who agreed to withdraw the claim when he found out who were the pnper Ones to look to for his lee The girl was a daughter of John Taylor o- fiiIIIIIIIa thiS place and was convicted of forgery she having tried to pass several checks with Mr Joe Vaughts name falsely sig led to themHarrodsburg Herald IKentucky Fair Dates fJrtfar as reported Shelbyville August 245 days Springfield August 254 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 314 days Hardirisburjr August 313 days daysFernCreek daysHtdaysSlasgowKentucky State Fair Louisville eptemLer 136 days Scottsville September 163 days Bedford October i2 d- aysliIIiIIIIII THE SUN AND- LOUISVILLE TIMES SotpER YEA- R1R1111IIII IIIIlt I THEWORIDS BNEATETEWIN4 MAP NeM trs9 iI5 If RotaryShutUeSewing Machine write to THE NEW HOME SEWINI MACHINE GIMfAflV Orange MassMany sewinc machines are made to sell regardless ot Quality but the New Home Ii zade to wear Our guaranty nevejr r oTit icJ by authorized d Nileira raljr EdM Russell I What is Best for Indigestion MrA Robinson of Drumquin Ontario has been troubled for years with indigestion 2nd recommends Chambet lains Stomach and Liver Tablets as the best medicine I ever used If constipation to prove beneficial They ard easy to take HaydonSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to liotiry us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Son may insert free of charge otherfarmLand for sale or for rent not included but Ia serted in another department of tb paper at nothlug niceChes i weight bout 40 pounds W D Claybrooke has for sale 300 bushels of seed rye Also 30 stock ewes and one buck Gibbs Birch Springfield have for sale 15 sheep Price 6 Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has forsalepure bred Rhode Island Red Roosters and Pullets 756 each J L Allen Springfield has for sale a fine Jersey cow C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale eight or ten Buck Sheep C L Grundy Springfield has for sale one Ohio improved Chesterwhite male hog and ten young Southdown ewes Gibbs Thomas have for sale eighteen nice purebred Southdown Buck Lambs IwantHite Clements Rt 2 has ibr sale 1000 bushels ot corn Use Kentucky Star Flour tofbake your Cakes and make Biscuits Itslight pure white and healthful Washington Once Gave peto three doctors was kept In bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Calve cornoletelv cured me writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns arid piles its supreme 25c at Haydon Robertsons THE SON and TIMES 43o Ir4tff1ttb1t1wSEWING MACHINE S BlARINGI IbySTRONGEST GUARANTEE National SewinlMachi C BELVIDERE ILLINOISi