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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l waPr I f Ji F t mbt 9r1 vriufltth 7A U1t t6 l i r a DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS 0 aMFf JJ IVOLUME V1 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1909 NVMKR 4f HENRY R PREWITT Is Chairman Ben Johnson Made Secretary of the Democratic Campaign lommittee Louisville SeptSAt a meeting of the Democratic state central committee at 1 today Henry R Prewitt was placed at the head of the campaign committee snd Ben Johnson was made secretary The headquarters of the state committee were removed from Lexington to Louisville With Mr Prewitt jn charge of theJ campaign and Mr Johnson as secretary to direct the work of organizing the state it is believed that Kentucky will give an oldtime majority at the cOIi1mitteewiUIIJmakeari both houses of the general assembly The campaign committee which has charge of tie campaign from now on is changed considerably from the commit tee first named at Lexington when the affairs of the party were placed in the hands of a subcommittee ot which Senator Thomas A Combs of Lexington was chairman The action taken today means that all differences within the Democratic party have been adjust ed ancj everything is now working smoothly toward success at the polls in Noyember The committee meeting today was fullyattended and after some routine business was transacted the following resolution was offered and adopted Be it resolved by the state central committee That the following named gentlemen be and they are hereby designated to conduct the campaign for ttie year 1909 H R Prewitt Thomas A Combs Allie W Young Ollie James William Addams J A Sullivan W A Berry J CfC Mayo and Ben Johnson The Hon H R Prewitt is hereby designated as chairman of said cam paign committee and the Hon Ben Johnson is hereby designated as secretary thereof Said committee is author ized to do any and all things that may be necessary for the proper conduct of said campaign The city of Louisville is hereby designated as the headquar l tern of said campaign committee New Millinery torej Misses Ellen Wathen and Eddie Sha derhave opened a millinerystore in the Grayes property on Main street oppo site the Presbyterian church They have bought a complete line of fall and winter millinery and ore now ready for business Misses Wathen and Shader are popular young women of this place and having a good many years experience in the millinery business will noI t doubt enjoy a liberal patronage Misses Mae Curry and Alice McElroy have been employed to assist the new firm The new firm will be known as Wathen Shader and The Sun wishes ahem success in their new undertaking V Store Burns Tbe store of Linton Cheatham at 1lhilhpsliur was completely destroyed by fire last Saturday night about 9 oclock It is not known how the fire originated The stock was valued at 1800 and on it was carried 1000 in surancel The building was valued a 400 witfi no insurance The firm was a comparatively new one both mem bers having- washmgton moved to Phlllipsburg from county a few months ago Lebanon Enterorise New Catalogue Free The new catalogue giving full infor mation concerning the educational work of the Western Normal mailed onap Address H H Cherry PresI- dent Western Normal Bowling Green f fi k t rious Accident Marry Shultz one bfSprln fie d beibesttucky was the victim of a peculiar f1nd serious accident Friday night Mr Shultz was a passenger on the 705 p m train and with several companions Was standing on the platform of th coach in which he had been riding preparatory to alighting when the train stopped When the train whistle sounded for the power house crossing Mr Shultz thinking that it was for town started to alight When he put his footI out however it hit against the cattle guard just above the power house bruising and cutting it severely It was found necessary to take half a dozen stitches before the wound was sewed Harry is J doing well altho confined to his home and it is hoPped by his friends that he will enjoy a speedy recovery suffer no permanent ill effects from theinjurv t TATHAM S PRIN6S b An Ideal Place for Health Pleas ure and RpalComfortca Ta ham Springs is holding its own most admirably among the Kentucky summer resorts Never in its history has the hotel been gayer thans isumil mer and last week the editor thea Herald found it full of delightful pep pie Mrs Wornell who has been thec hostess at the springs for so many years is still in charge and she certainly leaves nothing undone for the pleasure and c mfbrt of her guests Those who know the springs will be glad to learn she is now negotiating for the purchase of the hotel and it is needless to predict that should she be come the owner TathkmSpripgs will be even more pf la favorite as va resort than it is now The two accommodat ing clerKs tithe hotel are Messrs Bob Russell and James Shultz of Springfield and thY are as capable and ac cominod tin as one can find anywhere management is looking for the big gest crowd in September 6f any time during the isummer A large party from Louisville have already engaged rooms Dancing and bathing are favorite pastimest The math pond near thei hotel has been converted into an adr mirable bathing pool and here thEt ladies and children enjoy themselves most thoroughly Among the guests at tne hotel last week were Dr and Mrs Rt C McChord of Lebanon both great favQri esDrMcChord was in such demand for a dancing partner that one evening he actually went to bed to escape the fair dancers who pursued him Eu the scheme failed for a bevy of pretty girls besieged his room andI he was dragged out in dressing ownc and slippers and made to dance until like Cinderella he lost his shoe Dr and Mrs V ghfter ot Fran were also popular guests as we ze Mrs and Miss Pargny of Louisville who have just returned from an extended tour of the old world Mrs Muir cit Bardstown Mr and Mrs Lowry of Jeasamine county and Misses Dot and Mamie Bowlcs ott Louisville were charming additions to lattertwould certainly have been the winners in a popular tycontest had such a thing been inauguratiedat the springs JollyJ Tom Connelly ot Bar st wn was a general iavontealsonot only among the men but the women who reserved their warmest welcome for him when ever he joined the crowd If anybody wants to be refreshed in both body and mind he needs only t go to Tatham prings and hehas taken asip 6f the fountain of eternal youthI Harrodsburg Herald I Of NORTH POLE DISCOVERED Dr A Cook and Ccmmander R E Peary Have Bo h Been There Ends eSt eiOf Years Gre t achievements in tne world of sc enc and exploration have been an nounc d within the Jast week A fortnight ago to the world the north pole was bv t a dream its discovery reckoned almost an impossibility It had been sought for scores of years at the cost of ma ly lives and the expenditure 01 vast s ms of money The dkriger land hardships incident to reaching it were alzrlostlgivfor yej rs to comer when the news was flashed o the four quarters of the globe that D Frederick A Cook the noted Brookly i explorer had rea hed the highest point of the earths SU face toe folk wed withiq less than jive days that C min nder Robt E r any had achieved the same feat Peary snow on his way home and no details f his discovery have reached ciyilizati n save that in ApriL 1909 he reached the poieThe story told by Cook h waver is tHrilling ithe extreme s nd is filled with the Hardships andn pn ations suffered by hitand Esquimo companions in the Northern fields Dr Cook claims to have discovered he pole in April 1908 Done year pri ir to the time of Pearys arrival the e and thatpnj the datejof dis he planted the American flag on the top p the earthsIThe sc is with tensest ir terest for thej data and infor matron g thered by Dr Cook and Com mander P ary in the Arctic regions Both oak and Peary are notjed explorers ar d for years their highest ambition has been to reach the pole They had deyot ed their lire to this and both will receive the worlds plaudits 6LOETROTTERMr H Undr ds of Printing Offices helping The SunWellI Known Here The Sun is being assisted this reek Mr Joh i H Caldwfell who forty lived here and who is known to the newspaper raternity from one end of this country to the other as one of pits finest print rs and best fellows Thirtyod years ago when the late Warren Cunningham was publishing the waShi ton County Herald MrI Caldwell w rked for him Leaving h rehe ha traveled throughout the d and at one time had the reputation being on of the fastest type setters in the count y If Mr Ca dwell were working at a place of wh ch he had wearied and the next train was several hours late The did not hum r the poor railroad com pany by wa ting for the Pullman ac commodatior but begin to count ties or make crc jscountry runs In spite of this kind t life or because of iti ts case maj be Mr iCaldwell is splen didly Preset ed and still the peer iof typesetters Mr Caldw Jl is a brother of DriD Q Polins sei and wife who is so kindly remembered by Springfield people To Mammoth Lave Only 3 75 ound trir September pI to see Mam oth Cave during the dryI fall season Water low and Echo pn the river gra id makes it the opportune toow9nderTheroute and g4at mammpth dome route in r4 See L N a ent11 thodcave j ie astII 81 l eeIIJ e1eEHt When the Frost Is on the Punkin shockAhensAndbestWith rest As he leaves the house bareheaded and goes out to feed the stock When the frost is onthe pmrikin and the fodders in the shock Theys somethin kindo harY like about the atmusfere hereOfbeenButOf a crisp and sunny inornin of the airly autumn days Is a pictur that no painter has the colonn to mock When the frost is on the punkin and the fodders in the shock The husky rusty russel ot the tossels ot the corn And the ras inofthe tangled leaves as golden as the morn The stubble in the furrieskindo lonesomelike but still Apreachm sermuns to us of the barn they growed to fill The straw stack in the medder and the in the shed v The hosses in theyr stalls belowthe clover overhead r y Oh it sets m hart aclicken like the ticken of a cl ckCWhen the frost is on the punkin and the fodders in the shock t keepsIsthroughWithI dont know how to tell Itbut if sech a thing could be As the Angels wantin boardfn and theyd call around on me Pd want to commodate emall the whole indurin flock When the frost is on the punkin and the fodders in the shock James Whitcomb Riley t ele IlliIe t IiJ IIti September in Kentucky t ytTheres a something in the atmosphere in sweet September That mantles all the landscapewith its lanquid my And you see the leaves a dropping in a lazy kind of Where the maple trees are standing in their summertime array Theres a yellowish tinge acreepin over nature se erald sheen And the cattle stand halfsleeping in the middle of the stream Where the glassy pool is shaded the overhanging limb And the peboly bottoms glinting where the silvery minnowsswim The tasseled corn is nodding and the crow on drowsy wing Is sailing oer the orchard where the ripening apple3 swing And the fleecy clouds are floating in the of the sky And the gentle breeze is sighing as its idly wafted by The cantaloupes are ripening in their yellow golden rindsCAnd the melons round and uicy are aclinging to the vines And the merry laughing children in their happy hour of play Are aMromping in the meadow and asliding down the hay The busy bees are buzzing where the grapes with purple blush LAnd the hanging bunches with their arbor crush nd the blue jays are awrangling in the wood across the road V here the hickory boughs are bending neath an extra h avy load gayWith i But the early autumn sp endor with itssweet September days waysi Advocate ++ w tiHit Shader Conro This morning at 9 30 oclock Mr Alphonsus L Shader and Miss Gene vieveiM Conroy were united in mar riage in Louisville Ky Rey Father White performing the ceremony Mr and Mrs Shader have left for a bridal trip to New York and Washington City to bo gone till Sept 25th after which they fill make their home in Louisville Mrs Shader is well known here haying been brakeman on the mixed train and baggagemaster on the evening train since shortly after the LNwas extended to this place He is a nephew of Mr J AI Shader Stanfield Yankey Mis Fannie Stanfield of Hafdins creek and Mr Mack Yankey of Simms town were quietly married at the home of Mri R C Canary Monday morning Rev V H Williams performing the ceremonyThe inent of the wedding came as quite a surprise to the friends of the jioung people The bride had been the gu tOf Mr Canary and family for several days and had not given to them nor to i ny of her friends any intimation that she was to be married until Monday moiningswhen Mr Yankevi accom panied b CanarY3 the mini ter drove up to Mr and the ceremony was performed Mrs Yankey is the daughter of Mr ac Stanfield while Mr Yankey is the t son ot Mr Lud Yankey Both are popular young pedple to whom The Sun extends its congratulations A Great Treat The greatest treat afforded the musIC lovers of Springfield was the concert given at the operahouse last week by Miss Edith Rubel ot Lebanon violir ist and Mr Karl Schmidt of Louis ville cqlloist Both Miss Rubel and Mr Schmidt re artist and have received the highest meed of praise from thej music centers of this countiy and should have been heard by a l rger- aUdiencelthan gathered Thursday night more api reliative audience how ever could not have been drawn together Several selections nmuThe Merry Widow were given and were greatly enjoyed Miss Rubel was probably at her best in the Gypsy airs which she played jTraumerei played on the cello by Mr Schmidt was also enthu siastically received Miss Jessica Rubel played the accompaniments Taken ail in all the selection of the program the execution of the music etc the concejt could hardly he iin proved upbn I dot d For Biliousness I took tjwo of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets last night and I feel fifty per cent better than I have for AlleganMichfor biliousness For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co Samples rri t 14 I I p i1t yt DESTRUCTIVEF1R t 1 Six Principal Business Houses and 9tTheirtest Church a Mass of f 1Ruins i lShoclock this morning fire was discovered in the building of the Shannon Sleadd Cos undertaking and furniture establishment For magnitude it eclipses anything in the history of this city The loss was total wherever the flames touched and embraced the buildings and contents of the following firmS Shannon Sleadd Co Bemiss R ACampbell M Lynch jf 16 Ramsey Bro and Caldwell Harbison t All the warerooms in the rear of the above named firms and the turkey peR- m Jhe rear of Smith McKenney wer also destroyed as was the Bullock property where the Express Co has its office The principal building was the Bap tist chur hwhich waaj urhed to tire ground entailing a vcry fieavyrloBB since there was not a dollar of insur ance upon it The wind was westward and tamed the flames from its starting pOint ta the walls of the S A Middelton fc Sons building Here it was stopped bv the high wall and the manful efforts of Jthe firemen and the protection that the wall gave A call for help to Louisville was matte about 430 oclock by Mayor TRBland and in about an hourseveralltnn dred feet of hose arrived The estimated loss will reach 250000l We are unable to ascertain the amount of insurance at this hour but itwill not cover the damage Besides the church theheaviest losses are the buildings and contents of Caldwell iHarbjison J J Ramsey BroR A Campbell and Shannon Sleadd CQ By reason of the wind constantly bkjwrng away from the Hall Block it theIThe cause of the fire could not be as certamed but it occurred in theneijgh borhood of about the middle of the store room of Shannon Sleadd Co The insurance on the stock of ill Lynch is said to have expired a few days ago and but one policy for IOOa t was renewed making his loss quit heavy In the same locality of the present fire in the 70s one of the largest fireS of the city occurred At that time threw or four firms were burnt out IThe Baptist church is an historic old landmark It was built in 1859 and wav for many years the finest church of the county The passing of this structUre will cause quite a deep regret indepen dent of its loss in dollars oh account V the many cherished memories that clak ter around it for a halt centuryof 6existence z Buried at Pleasant Run =Mrs Parket Thurman widow oftlier late E T Thui man died Wednesday3 afternoon Her death was due tom stroke of paralysis which visited tax only a few hours before Her remarry were interred at Pleasant Run ytster byotiIdaughter Mrs Sam Payne and two sons Blandford and Will Thurman to whom many friends extend sinters sympathyLebanon Enterprise Teachers Wanted f The demand for teachers who pay s been trained inthe Western Normal i greater than the supply The Fal Sea sion opeps September 7th Write tea dent H H Cherry Bowling reex kyl for information relative to fretrtuition Jj v f t t J I 2 r 909Il t H rd14 tLET 7 T YOR EYES snil fit GIASSES 1 + We have just brought i + on the Greatest Line of t Spectacles in Central Kentucky All the lat est style Glasses and + r 4tanystyle Rims We tit can furnish you with the best grade of goods at the Lowest Prices ti 2EW LAjV1aITCH S tcan Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line 1 1We ED M RUSSELL fL L 11ni III II flf e fARMANDSTOCK items of Interest to f farmers and Live Stock and Poultry 1 Raisers t inhere blight affects trees it is rec Amended that the blighted limbs and jfcait be removftd and burned Bast is the greatest enemy t6 whole lime milk Keep down the dustbin the milking stables The old brood sow should be keptvas bag as she remains vigor OUSt She lMWsibetter how to raise her suckling jKga than the younger mother ldFstorage eggs to be so labeled is attract me attention and will likely be copied w fly other States Stock up your incubators when eggs me cheap and thus haye a hatchor two e chickens coming on when both eggs and chickens are high Jt is said to be a good thing when cats are found on plants to look for want lice and spray with kerosene emulsion It nas been recommended that the traffic in horned toads be stopped the reason being their usefulness in de I stroying insects The mart who produces nothing but the test is going to come much nearer jetting his price than he who produces XWorer stuff- Germanys acreage in potatoes reach es the enormous number of 8000000 The production varies from 40000000 b 45060000 tons a season The poultry raiser for tha market Slakes a mistake to feed hiscockerels e daring the winter Selling them on the first riseinkfaUrices is a more profita THe plan Flaxseed fed carefully will keep the lts coat in fine condition bowels irecv and will promote an even develop Went to the muscles of the legs and the- dole body flt fHi Twenty minutes every other day with a tea kettle of scalding hot water pour edover the drinking fountains and feed troughs will keep downdisease germs this hot weather If possible have your poultry yard slope to the south and don t locate it in the woods where there is too much shade and damprfess and where droppings can not be used to advantage in the production ot green food Poultry should be given as much at teution as any branch of the farms come It should be studied as carefully as dairying or hog raising and the farmer will find his profits troD this- source are not inconsiderable lNew collars should be examined eyery day until they are found to fit the hores neck perfectly A fat horse I often shrinks in the first few days work sufficiently to make the collar fit him badly and produce serious injury thatIproduce a seedless watermelon Melon raisers are considering the proposition of petitioning him to stop where he is- So far as changing the interior of the orielon is concerned and bend his energies toward producing riot a seedless watermelon but a stealless one Cne of the poorest investments a man Qarimakeis to buy poor tools Get the best an than give them the best of carp A man would hardly leave a sum ot money along the fence row out in thei weather yet when he leaves his toots unprotected in the field it amounts to almost the same thing As the grass and weeds are tall now owing to extra rainslimber neck maybe expected if dead chicks are allowed on the range or runs The tall weeds angrass easily hide the dead chicks Weak ones often drop over during the d Yand are not found except by their mates Result limber neck For a spray or paint to be applied to roosting boards nest boxes or walls and floor of the hen houses try the fol lowing preparation Three parts of ker ene one part crude carbolic I tWanted High School and iGrammar School Graduates i m tit Ambitious young men and women will be interested in reading SCHOOLFAX a booFissued by The Tribune containing the most about all the + + leading professions together with details regardihgsorne tit of the most prominent schools in the United States T tIt will aid you in choosing Jour vacation and start you on the road to success I BCHOOLFAX 1 +is of especial interest to parents con templating sending their boys and girls to schools ofany nature whatever r tt We will mail this book absolutely free Fill out ricouponbune Building 1 t Tribune Bureau of SchaQl information i 528 Tribune Building dhlckgo Ills 4 Tt Name UiAgeti t i tAddressSchool f4M u Grammar or School J 4 + When Graduate jHigh it H+WtrWt n + +I a id Tjhis is stirred upivhen used and lay be applied with aPrYof the hands Jay pumps ot with a brush 0ne of the important jobs for August jnd Sejptfembier isggettin some green- edi started for late fall and entire winter Too many people neglect Ito dtepareon ieedirig chopped up clover or alfalfa nay These are good but nothing can ake the place of some real good eel orithe flock to pick over dn brightsu ny days The winter laying hen must he start d early in1 spring hatched well fed ight and kept in condition Hens thould lay every month in the year and if their surroundings are favorable and ed properly balanced feed the feathers ill fall out so few at a time and the i ew ones come so evenly that you will i ever notice much loss of vigor Limber neck is not contagious but the sick birds should be Confined in a iycool place Feed sott nutritious i eeds An drop of turpentine in a tea sooonful of feed is recommended by pnie A piece of gum asoefoetida half t hejsize of a pea for a grown fowl daily as proven a successful treatment forth rS Mashed onions with stale bread et up with milk is also recommended The worst kind of a rdosti is the step rider roost When fowls are on differ nt levels there is always more or less ro ding and overheating also general confusion at roosting time with every Hrd trying o reach the highestpomt yowls of cerItain to from a high roost to a hard floor very envy birds are unable to fly up Young chicks should not have roosts higher ana foot from the ground eighteen i iches is hih enough for the older I ir sif a dropping board is used have li about eight inches below the roosts lake the roosts of wide boards slight j rounded ati the top If the roosts are rot used the birds should be kept in sjmjjLll ft cksnot over ten If possible Ex H LATE HATCHES the latter part of August if cool is a good time to start a fall hatch If t le weather ifhot it should be delayed i ito September fall hatche3 depend a great deal on the weatherofthe fall a dearly winter months If the weath er ig nice and open a limited number of f ill chickjs will thrive and pay for their vouble and keep However if the v eather is rainy and cold in November and early December unless ycu have brood houses and give the chicks special cue the chicks shiver and cheep a round wilt be stunted and not worth keep Afew late chicks come in Iloteit y for home use and calm be raised p ofitably bat there are too many ifs1Jto jmakfe them a profitable mart proposition NO MOR HOG CHOLERA The thirty day test of cholera seium c nducted at e K sas tY StoCk j ards was concluded last week and is j renounced a Perfect success asa pre entative df hog chole aIThe test was onducted by experts under the rigid upervision of a government specialist Of a poison squad of thirtyfive hogs HeartTroubles The Jieart maYbe weak just the same as tie eyes stomach or other organs It often happens that a person is horn ylth a weak Heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion auxietnervemess rheumatism etc weaken the lart The result is palpitationor in soiree of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened with a tonic f and for this nothing cquIDS Dr Miles Heart Cure OS1thoughttired gooddealIbeganand Nervine and now r feel so much otter In every way I am so thank ful that I began taking this medicine othersowMRSF J NORTON Freevllle New York Your druggist sells Dr Miles Heart Jure and we authorize him to return fallsotfilea Medical Co Elkhart bid i di g i r H1 f fi T 2i I t i1 i f 8 cifiBelieving that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organizatipnpf the I Citizens iNational r Life Si- i Insurancel UCompanyBelieving tha they Wsuch a company believing that they Cha company by subscribing fortits tock willStJEPPORTS1 in this paper every week the t amount iocat The work of getting ubs July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each weefFIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 w t 1Q696OOO j TOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 4L 20024000 v w TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUST 16a t r 4500000 rTO AL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 2- 346946OOO sy TOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 3- 0SSO77OOOO J t T Yr 1v TOT L SIXTH WEEK SEPTEMBER 6r871 22OOO IP YOU ARE 11TERES1ED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON SpringnelW y LOUISVIL E Ky 0Pleas send me fbll information as to the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY NAME h ADDRESS i i 11i rH rhirteen which were not immunized at the beginning of the test are dead and twentytwo which were treated are per fectly healthy in an isolated pen Every conceivable form of cholera exposure was placed fn the way of tne twentytwo hogs which survived and the thirteen which were victims of the disease a din pens with the twenty two hogs immunized at various times during the progress of the tests Even thecarcasses of the dead hogs were al lowed to remain m the pens of theim munized hogs sometimes two or three days Every opportunity was given the twentytwo to catch the disease and it Was said that under normal conditions every hog would have succumbed The fact that the twentytwo did not dielis taken as absolute pro t that the new serum is a success and an unfailing pre ventative of cholera among hogs A Sprained Ankle As usually treated a sprained ankle will disable the injured person for a month or more but by applying Chamberlains Liniment and by observing the direct tions with each bottle faithfully a cure may in most cases be effected iit less than one Weeks time This liniment is a most remarkable prepartion try it for a sprain OE a bruise or when laidiup with chronic or muscular rheumatism and you are certain to be delighted With the prompt relief which it affords For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Go 35Ols l 1909 1909 LHE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ t lEwmttg flUSYOUR GET HllE FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD COPY OF THIS 3PLENDH WALL ATLASf CHlpJltIEngraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3500 Printed colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages 28x86 inches The Chart alone is worth The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the only picture pf its kind in are nine other maps of gr4at lvalue among them a map Of the UaitedjStates the Philippines Hawaii PortaRico and the Panama Can l2onc also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of alltbe Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags yearIliiioOfficials reaand Justices S Bea lucky House Congressional icialS aid Railroad Commissioners Districts Dee ocratic ana Republican State 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MI8eIy4oes conpny butnot anymore I than happiness doesSkelbyvile- s Sentinel J Some womenhave as many difierent complexions as they haye dresses Shelbyville Sentinel There is one good thing about a dog he doesnt pretend to be anything else Bourbon Stock Journal There is no hope for the old bachelor who cant induce evena widoy to marry hitnBouroonStock Journal There are seyentysix Baptist Dis trict Associations in Kentucky with 1738 churches which have 21603- 1rnembersSbelbyville Sentinett I dreamed I was amilliQnaireIBut alaswhen 1 found myself as usual Just broke broke broke Georgetown News Another widow of Brigham Young has just died at a ripe old age Poor Brig didnt last near that long Louis yilJe Herald L tr fr IWhen women go lo Congress there will be less discussion of rates and more discussion of rats says the HaIti more Sun After a woman has been married to a man six months she begins to feel a romantic interest in the man she didnt marry Larue County HeraldI A meat dealer sells 400 steaks in a day at 16 cents a pound His right hand weighs haIfa pound What is his clear rofit Western Publisher Its too hot to weep And too hot to wish But just about right To lay off and fish Bost6n Herald During the fiscal years 1905 1906 and 1907 the number pf immigrants arriving iAthe United States averaged more than 1000000 perannum Ex Wedded the same day two brothers who married sisters at a double cere mony became fathers the same day tlesame house Chicago InterOcean Brave men who work while others sleep Who dare while others fly They build a nations pillars deep AncUif them to the sky r Shelbyvill Sentinel + All the world loves a lover no mat ter what his salary but when he assumes the responsibilities of matrimony at3per week societys sympathy just ly becomes a desire to spank Blue Grass Clipper IIn answer j to the question What passages in holy scripture bear upon cruelty To animals one Boy said t andIsays od hath joined together let no mans put asunder Christian Regilterc Hp loved her nore than treasure Thancpuld be told by tongue Soyoucan take his meaSureI asyoungI A religious life is nota thing which- pends itself likie a bright bubble on the rivers surface Itis rather like the river itselt which widens contin ually and isnevfer so broad or deep as where it rolls into the ocean of Eternis ty Beecher Yowoughtto hear that boy of mmet Arise and speak a piece Just like a lawyer you would swear As slick by Joe as reasecHe doesnt hesitate nor halt 11AsHe starts right in to sawing wood As though it were his trade Breckenridge Democratp IIna exchange physician tells of a little boy 12 yetrsjold who is as lull of business as any Springfield kid Of a similar age Approaching the physician with head erect the boy said Say tI guess I got jthe measles butodbody knows it cept the folks at home b talkstbatIWhat will you give me Doc to go to kidsjint Fourthings a man rust learnto do If he would make his record true To think without confusion clearly To love his feiJowmen sincerely To act from honest motives purely To trustin God and heaven securely SundaytSchool Reportert The sunlight pay serve to make thej shadow look the blacker by contrast but it is a good thing there is bright ness some place jf we were all sad Best Stomach Remedy Free It is an old Saying that if the stom ach is sound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many disIorderduces dyspepsia or a peculiar state of biliousness If you suffer from both stomach trouble and constipation you are on the way to a- very serious disease From just such con ditions come appendicitis rheumatism skin dlse ses and similar disorders be cause the waste matter that should hive bee5 dispelled from tle system throUgh the round Its way Into the blood and vitiated It What Is needed at this point Is riot simply a violent cathartic tablet or salt which Usually does more harm than but a gentle laxative tonic like Dr CaldwcUs Syrup Pepsin which people have beeri using for these ailments for nearly a Quarter of a cen WarIstanding also William Voll of 903 Ellis son St Louisville KYwho had the trouble for fifteen years However If you have stomach trouble you want to know from personal rl ence what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do for you It so send your name to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent you You Are urged to send the free bottle as the results from It will be the best recommendation of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Then you wilt do as over two million people did lstyeargo to your druggist and buy a regular bottle at 50 cents or according to the size you prefer We could mention hundreds rneverwithoutmember of the family wilt need a laxa tive and then no time should be lost taking Dr Caldwells Syrup If there Is anythIng about your ailment that you dont understand or if you wont any medical advice wrIteIto the doctor and h answer ydu fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W R CaldWci 500 Caldwell bldg Montlcello Forikl by The ReGproMDruc Stibr together there would be no one to give tochim that asketh Butoh doJnot let us b chary of our happiness if we have it let it atleastgo abroad in cheerfulrords and sunny ioksMy r In iiiu4rating some point relative to people an attachment for places an things Rev Turner at the Presbyterian church Sunday night told of a gent lemans dream which was in effect that he went to heaven and was walking golden streets with surround ings every here more magnificent than the dreamer heve thought existed St Peter told him to look around and enjoy him elf awhile then he would show him where he was io spend eter nity Finally the dreamer was taken to the entrncein a wonderfully large enclosure urrounded by a high walL Babbling brooks of crystal water ran through hundreds of acres of Bluegrass dotted with beautiful trees fruits flowers etc and the loveliness and picturesque ess of the landscapes were beautiful beyond compare Many thou of p ople were there everyone to a tree or post and when the dreamer asked St Peter why all the people were so securely fastened he answered They are all from the Bluegrass S ate and we have to chain them to prevent them from returning to Kentucky Shelbyville Sentinel The harvest is past the summer ended The Catholic Mirror of Memphis well ays If mm talked religion as con stantly and earnestly as they do poli tics the churches would not hold half he converts1jYet some people are of the opinion that Kentucky is the only State in which politics is the sole and- onstant theme KprtuckylrishAmer can Louisville 100 Reward 100 The readers lot this paper will tie leased to learnt that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure ijc w known to the medical fraternity arrhbeing a constitu tional disease requires a constitutional treatment Hal Catarrh Cure is taken nternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous sunaces of the system by destroying the foundation of the- isease and giy ing the patient strength y building up the constitution and as sisting nature n doing its work The proprietors havje so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testi Address F J CHENEY Co To edo 0- Sold by Drugg sts 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation THE STAGE IN JAPANT Origin of the Driirra Womens Ardu ous Preparations of Dress There is a legend In Japan that the- heaterhad Its crigin In that country in thernintb ceni ury by reason of an earthquake whicl took place In the province of Yam to A large crevice was formed by reason of the upheaval from which emanated poisonous vapors which spread dt ath and destruction all around An a Evful scourge was the result until the priests conceived the idea of performing a synilJolic dance of incantation on the grass covered bill outside the tepipte As It by mag ic the death vapors vanished and peace and happiusss were restored to concludesIhinted The Japanese word for then ter sbibaiya lsrto have come from its sod and ya a bouse IIn Japan when p Japanese lady in tends to go touhe theater she is called upon the day previous by a halrdress er to build up the artificial structure which Is the pride of every Japanese highborn lady Tills necessitates her spending the nigh In her stats dress reclining her head Jon a w06den block culled makura A few hours before going to the theater she covers her lips with a thin of gold as it takes several hourrCor this paint to change Into color which lends charm to the artificial white com plexion of the face Asa rule Japa ese performances last froth 6 a m tn p m although certain historical drimas which follow the life of the he o through all his vicissitudes to his d atb go on for sev daysl oQicIaH the social posi tion of the actors is that of the lowest class of society hut In reality they enjoy great consldera ion and are idol ized by the general public Washing ton Post Best Treatme IIfor a Burn If for no other reaon Chamberlains Salve should be kept in every house hold on account of its great value in the treatment of burns It allays the almost instantly and injury is a severe one heals the parts without leaving a scar This also unequaled for chapped ands sore nipples and diseases skin Pnce 25 eta For sale bjr The Leo Haydon Drug Co 4 CEDARGROVE We are having pleasant weather at present and thefarmers are hurrying to get their tobacco uvthe barn Dr Will Hyatt was at this place Monday Those onthe sick list are Mrs Sallye lingJthem well soon Several from this place attended the lair at Springfield last week Messrs Earl Cheatham of Wiihs burg and Torpmie Settles 6f Hillsborb were at Pine Grove Sunday evening Misses Myrtle and Ophia Ryans spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Bill Ryans and family of Brush Grove Mr Cleljand Hardesty and family at tended the Association at Tatham Springs Thursday Mrs Margaret Goodlett spent last Friday with Mr W SY Good JetV and family Mr Ben Crouch is threshing wheat in this section The wheat is not as was expected by the farmers Little Johnnie Smothers is some bet ter at nresent Miss Gustava M Goodlett spent from Friday evening until Sunday with her brother Mr S S Goodlett of Willis burg Mr Dock Kays and family spent Sat ur lay night and Sunday with Mr Ma non Ryans and family Misses Lola Cofe and sister Mary spent Sunday with Miss Mattie Ryans of near this place Several from this place attendedthe dedication ot the Baptist church at Wil lisburg Sunday The peopl of this community were greatly shocked to learn of the death of Mr John Hardesty who departed this life last Tuesday morning We ex tend sympathy to the bereaved ones Miss Clara Keeling returned home yesterday after spending sevetal with friends and relatives in Spkncer county Why Druggists Recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank C Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past SX years 1 have sold and recom mended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the best patent med icines on the market I handle some others for the same pUrposes that pay me a larger profit but this remedy is so sure to effect a cure and my custo mer so sure to appreciate my recom mending it to him thatl giveit the pref erence For saJe by The Leo Haydon Drug Co HUGO AS AN ARTIST The Great French Writers Opinion of His Own Drawings When Victor Hugs Marlon De lormp was rend before the troupe of the Port SalntMartln theater he actor Laferriere then a young man protested against the insignificant role assigned him in which he would have only ten lines to recite Hugo prompt ly reduced him to silence by thunder ing Ten lines of Victor Hugo are something not to be refused for they endure Hugo attached a similar ex aggerated significance to everything he did and to every object that was in any way associated with him For instance he considered his draw which were for the most part lings enough of sufficient Im to make theta the subject of a testamentary provision In his will of Aug 31 1881 he wrote I give ray drawings and everything which shall be drawn by me to the National Li brary of Paris which will be one day the Library of the United States of Europe Hugos drawings are said to have been produced more often than not in the following manner If a blot of Ink chanced to tall on his paper while he held his pen aloft in quest of a word or rhyme he enlarged the spot absentmindedly and made additions to It instinctively under thelnfluence ot a species pf subconscious direction un Ulhe had produced a sinister moonlight scene or a venerable bourg dom- Inating with Its bristling ruins the shuddering waters of a dyer of legend lIe elaborated with great care however during his Irksome exile at Guernsey certain Cru e inpresIonS- he had transferred to bis sketcbbook during his Journeys In the valley of the Rhine Furthermore being a great lover of children Jie drew figures of the most extravagant sort for the amusement of the young people of his hOUSEholdAlvan L Sauborn InBook maii The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son jof H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His aWful plight from eczema had for five year defied all remedies and baffled the est doctors who said the poisoned bloqd had affec ted his and couldsave him Butwrlieshismother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disor ders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters byHaydonandRobeitson Dr Wv F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed OfflcQ over Haydcm Barber B01LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mzthai nlWUJe re1ibi thrworldDRMW HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1630 to 12 m 4 toSim Dr J CiAWidd SPfONOFIELD KENTUCKY ornctovn c j antic Office Hours 8 to 9 A Ml to 2 p M 1 H LAMPTON M D SPRINGF1E1J KY Office in Opera House Office phonelNo 5 Residence1 N638 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day49 Nigh 109 I T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Waingtorandnd Federal Courts C C McCllOD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State nnd Federal Courts W D CL l YBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky wm practice In tne courtS ot AppealsMARSHALL DUNCAN V LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building WashlngtQnand s M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER SpringfieldKy specialtyWillable Phone 84 Dr W R MORGAN Veterinary Surgeon and Dfntist PERMANENTLY LOCATED- At Wharton Tapps Stable in Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Uav la Night 74 fiVVI THE SUN ANDBoth paP pars yr Bryans Commoner 160 Weekly CourierJournal L50 Weekly 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Sun and the Daily Courier 4frSameThe Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 The Sun one gar and the daily 4 CourierJournal any three i days in the week sixmonths 2 SThe Sun and the Sunday Com ierJournal one year 2 The Sun and the Louisville daaf1 9SKfThePost one vear 3JK IiSIIIII IlIIIYIHUIJ1mL c IF YOU WANT IHE BEST FLOUR I ASK YOUR GROCER FOK Pride of Washington or Springfitfds Chdict MANTTPACTURED BY i J W JA HOE 4 CO tI Highest market price paid for WHEAT Slogans trflESewing Machine runs lighter than riy otter FREE lasts longer ttan any other nEiismore beautiful tnan any odie- rGbcrREE nas less vibration than any other FEEis easier to operate Ethan any other GffREEmakes a more perfect stitch than anyptne- rt FREE 1 istheIcstofallcomr Lined in J1eIFREE EWiNG MAGIUNce cUIcAGOi ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK GO Agent SpringfielcTK = t ie f 1 JI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 i9OQJ i SPIIN6PIElD SUN lafBUED EVERY WEDNESDAY J 1t SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITE Editor aid Publisher SpnnJdieldKy I as matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 0e Yeari LOa bc 60 Tutee MontbH 25 IfOomocratic Tickit ti CracurrJuDGE H Thnrman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY CountyREPRESENTATIVE COUNTY tmGEB L Litaey COUNTY CLERK W F Booker tCIRCUITCLERKS Robt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott Mayes SHERIFF = SiL Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT W Bush jAmER Geo D Catlett AssESSOR W T Mitchell V CoRoNER Dr WE Crume i SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts 1i MclNJIRE r Mr John File of this place is Visit ing relative an Sterling fr Tom Williams wife and daugh ter of Washington Ind were guests of the forniersbrother Mr John Wil liams last week Mr Eugene Berry of New Hope spent last week with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Edward McIntire of this place Mrs J R Montgomery spent last week in Lebanon the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Sim ODamel Mrs Edward Smith of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs Annie Os bourne Mr Martin CJsborne after spending a few days With his father Mr Miles Osbourne has returned to his home in Owensboro llr Sara Nally had the misfortune ot toeing a fine blooded mare last week with distemper f MrT E Ballard was in Lebanon last Friday on business hHr T M Badgett visited his par eats near Louisville last week Mr Quill Blanford of Louisville was the recent gUst of relatives here Miss Flora Keene has accepted a school near Pleasant Run and will begin teaching this week Mr and Mrs R P Blanford had as their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Willett of Fredericktown Miss Regina Walker has entered school at Lbrjotto Academy for the ensuing year The children of Mr Robert McIntire who have been qjiite ill of fever are convalescent t Mr Paul Keene spent Sunday with friends near Bardstown I Quite a number from this vicinity at tended the Nelson county fair Satur say Vi Mr and Mrs T E Ballard Lennie Mclntire and Paul Keene were among the number who attended the K C outing at Lebanon on the 8th t FAIR VIEW Mr Preston Moore is out again after a spell of sickness Mrs Fi M Carney and daughters Julia Parks Louella Boblitt Mrs Ruth Randolph and Katherine Walker dined with Mrs J E Stevenson Tuesday Mr and Mrs L D Carney visited Mr E A Smothers Sunday Bro Hamilton dined at the home of Mr Jt N H Olhver Sunday Mr Jas Hardesty and son visitedhis mother Sunday Enter Schooi See yqur County Superintendent and write H H Cherry President West ern Normal Bowling Green Ky concerning free scholarship Fall Session ovens September 7th L y i I LiveStOCk Markets Repbrlqd by Bourbon Stock Journal Bonr bon Stockyards Louisville Sept Cattle The re celpts were very lig htj65 head for the two days 3841 the attendance of buyers was light the demand limited and the market very quiet no material change to be notedn values a tair de mand xisted for choice butcher cattle others very dull the feeder and stocker trade was quiet and unchanged bulls steady canners dull milch cows un changed no heavy shipping cattle here- feeling about steady We quote ship ping steers 26 ibeefste rs 325 525 fat1fee 3 450 fat cows3 425 cutters 23 canners 12 bulls 2Q3 J 0 feeders 3224 J5 stockers 35045acommon to fair 153O- CalvesReceipts 125 fpr two days 494 the market ruled firm bulk of the best 7Jz7c some fancy higher medium 4J6Jcj common 24cH- ogsReceipts 549 for two days 4 655 the market ruled steady selected hogs Jheavy and m dium weights 165 lbs and up selling at 820 light ship pers 130 tb 165 IDS 8 Pigs ranged from 550740r roughs 720 down the pens were well cleared of good hogs and the marketclosed steady fSheepana411 head for twof days 1829 j the market ruled quiet Just abut steady the bestlarabs around 66Jc seconds around 4J4c culls 34c fat she rp 3J3Jc for the best commonsheegv ry dull not much doing in the stock ewe trade t H GRAIL WHEAT = No2redandlongberryl 031 04K No 3 red and longberry 97l Rejected 28o less on levee IHc less CORN No 2w No 2 mixed= == = = OATSLNewo n No 2 mixed Bye = = = = == 80 The prices for wheatarel those paid by deal era the corn and oats are sell ing prices fENWICK NEWS Mr Frank Graves and family were guestsj of Mr Ri B Graves and fam ily Saturday and Sunday Mrs Myrtle Smith and children were Visitors at Mrs J BJ FenwiCks Mon day The Misses Ethel and Verna Rogers were4ie pleasantguests of theirsister MrsC W Adams Saturday night r Miss Hattie Smith has returned to her home at Springfield after a few weeks stay with relatives at this place Miss Alma Fenwickreturned to In dianapolis Monday after a months visit with her mother Mrs r H Fenwick IN of bis place Mr and Mrs Jeffrey were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thad Ander esMessrs Earnest and Omer Hones were the guests of JE Harmon Sun day night Mr M Horon and wife were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs S C Begley Sunday last Little Loraine Fenwick spent Saturday with his grandmother here Mrs Edna Smith and children of near Simmstown wer the guests of her parents at this place Sunday Mr george Dean was theguest of his father at Chaplintown the latter part of last week Misses Alma Sadie and Louise Fen wick were the guests of their brother Mr Lloyd Fenwick at the ridge Satur day afternoon Bro Hines delivered a very interesting sermon Sunday to a good congregation Mr Dmer Humes ot near Mackville left Monday for Louisville where he will attend school for the next six months Miss Mary Rowe and brother visited their cousins the Misses Adams at this place ISunday Mr Lloyd Fenwiak and family were the guests of Mrs Nannie Fenwick Sunda r Mess Stanley Rogers and Shannon Thotnpson attended church at Spring field jSunday Meskrs Robert Milton and William Logsd attended Leban-on Monday Kentucky Star Flour Best made Kenjtucky Star Flour Best made The Ito an4 CkwrtorJournal LSt r i ttPw Dr It T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With I out Pain GF OWN WORK A SPECIALTY 41 Dental Work Strictly First Springfield Ky ifflde In Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes WANTED Stonemasons Apply to J R MAYES Springfield Ky feoMr Wm H J B01tthMonday Sept 6 a fine Co plete line of Fall and Winter Millin ryat Wathen Shaders oppo site P es yterian church Pur od country vinegar for your catsub at P J Thomas FOR SALE CHEAPThe Century Dic tiorary and Encyclopacda Complete in 10 olumes H C LEE Lost MONDAY Between Polin and Spring fieldone l vercoloredPuppy Re ward or information or return toT E Hardesty If you are thinking of buying a gaso line a see the MIAMI at A C Kimbills WAITED 300 pounds or morego lard vill PRY hiJthest market price PSJ THOMAS Mrs C L Brady Route 3 has fo sale pme school books for the sixth grade The newest arid latest irReady toWear Trimmed and Un atWathjewel y store ib g to advise that in the iuture Ij will i epresenjt the Commonwealth Life Insun nce Coias special agent E T WIGGINTN NOTICE I will open my millinery store about September 20 in the Peo ples thantk the pi blicfor their past patronage an hope o have ia continuance of same R spectfully MRS NANNIE MULLIGAN LOST At the fair grounds on i s Satun ay a Knight Templar watch fob- Rewa d if returned to this office or N G M rkS r If y ou are going to buy a Wheat Drill dont fail to see the Thomas A ful carlo d of Birdsell wagons just arrived See t em Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL LOST Between the residence ot G D Duncan and the Baptist church a blue and gold pin with letters S C S on lJ Finder return to Sun office Takyour clothes to Links Rav to have t hem cleaned and pressed Rates reaso able Work guaranteed LosOn Monday Aug 30 between the Little Beech bridge and Springfield a large handbag Contained a little purse wftk about 5 in silver and several othi sr things Reward if returned to this office or CHINA M TI MEY Springfield Rt i Los r At Fair last Wednesday piece of drz wn work entered as No 16 in ring 25 Fi der please return to Theo Camp Bell Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it Anj intelligent person may earn a good come Corresponding for newsPa- per experience unnecessary Send stamp for full particulars Empire Press Syndicate Middleport N Y FeeJ your poultry a good tonic to keep hem in a healthy condition This means more Pegs more rapid growth ot the young Enterprise Poultry Pow der w II do ItL Sold by AYDONRoBERTSONT Try Kentucky Star Fiour So good FOP SALEA latestmodel No 5 Olive typewriter This machine is in hrstclass condition having been used only hree months For further pdr ticulars and terms apply at this office 1i34z J JlJ Attend the Washington County JUVENILE FAIR To be held at the Fair Grounds 9thLI A good program has been arranged and there will be a large display of live Stocky poultry etc A good time for both Old and Young HH 1M Born to the wife of Mr Hyacinth Mudd on Tuesday Sept 7 a daughter Mary RonmanI J Hagan ot Booker Station sold to J L and Albert Hamilton one three year old mule at 170 and one mule colt at 6250 Elijah Hagan sold to J E Hagan two brood Sows with fourteen pigs at 23 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIcWe have opened a millinery store in the Graves Presbyteriandchurch with an entirely new line of Fall and Winter Millinery We respectfully ask our friends to call and inspect our line rof Hats before buying Assuring them of reasonable prices on all goods Respectfully WATHENn fine Farms Sold Mr Robt M Thompson who has been manager of the Grundy Home es tate for several years during the past week purchased two of the best farms in Washington county One was the farm ot Mr J R Durrett and the rother the farm of Mr Jim Willett For the former 6000 was paid while the perdttye old Tom Brown place and Mr Wil letts as the old Thompson place A Master of Aviation- t Orvllle Wright who recently remain ed in the air at Fort Myer Va seven tytwo minutes and forty seconds car rylng Lieutenant Lahm of the signal corps as a passenger tacked a new record to his long string of aerial per formances The best previous record 1was made by Wilbur Wright last year at Le Mans France when he carried a passenger for hour 0 minutes 31 seconds Incidentally Orville more than met the government requirements for carrying power and in a later effort for speed In straightaway flight Before his record breaking aqhieve meat the best that Orville Wrlghthad been able to accomplish with a passenger aboard wag 0 minutes 6 13 sec cads This was during a trial flight made over the hurt Myer drill ground ORVILLE WpIOHT on Sept 12 1008 when he circled the Geld for a distance of 088 miles with Major George O Squire of the army as his passenger It was In a attempting to better this flight that he met with the accident on Sept 17 1008 which resulted In the death pf Lieutenant Thomas E Selfridge of the signal corps and in serious injury to himself On this occasion the machine after completing two circuits of the drill ground was dashed to earth from a height of seventyfive feet by the breaking of one of the propeller blades For catalog entry blank or other Information write J W Newman Secretary S20 Paul Jonei Balldln- gLoulsvUlefl PLEASANT RUNj MrCW Dawsun is on the sick list Mrs Herman Hays has been very sick but is now some better Mr T E Wilson attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Mrs George Edwards of Lebanon visited Mrs Charlie Edwards Saturday and Sunday Misses Katherine Nelson and Lujnle Noe of Springfield visited friends ini this neighborhood last week There will be childrens at Pleas ant Run Sunday morning September 12 beginning promptly at 1030 a jnn Everybody come and help the children Farm for Sale II I desire to sell my farm of 1375 acres Chaplinturnpikeburg Plenty of tobacco and wood land goodTneadow and blue grass New five room house with all necessary outbuild ings Good orchard 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 Manton 6 miles from St Rose on the Elizabeth road Good tobacco land 16 acres bottom land 100 acres of grass between 600 and 700 rods of rock fence Want to sell before sowing wheat SMITHlSpringfield 5 w oooooooooooocoooooooooooooQ FARMERS BANKIncorporated Maokvillf Ky CAPITAL 1500000 SURPLUS PROFIT 300000 We offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is con sistent with conservative banking The strength and stability of a DirectorSas well as integrity as they are affairsWe 1iousJ B PETER President ELVIN BIRCH President J M SMITH Cashier DIRECTORS JB Peter Elvin Birch J T Sweeney Dan Mcllvey J M Russell James Cochran Geo W Powell O Shewmaker J W Best B GITatherlj J W Arnold ooooocxxxsoooooooooooooooo Secure a Certificate Vii Under the law the Western Normal- has the pox er to issue the ELEMENT ARY CERTIFICATE the INTERME DIATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the hold ers to teach anywhere In Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Address H H Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky Do You Want FarrnJpriciWiAbout 100 farms in our hands Sn partial list baltw Springfieldplents of water all under good fence Price X50 per acre 4 No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns 90 acres of new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two fencePriceNo486 acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling allkindsgrass Price 3500 i No 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 oftimber45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre No 7200 ac eson good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 newlanddweUifruit plenty of water Price 2500 fromLorettoin grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and ruralroute fine stock barn 60 feet square of tobacco landjPrice SOper acre Np1096 acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school sixroo In good repair tobacco barn 36x64good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 No 11140 acres li miles from Springfield on pike nearly all oftobaccoLAKE BOSLEY eee81 81 18 J1 SP SEPTEMBkR8 r = t4r THE INGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY 1909 S ++++ EfM+ F + SCHOOIOVllVwlw I + DAYS Ii fit Dear old Golden + Rule days T y + + ARE ABOUT TO ROLL AROUND AGAIN i AND YOU GIRLS AND BOYS xM ay SHALL NEED A FEW School Clothes and i I Shoes + 01W+ t Please Remember That we Havent forgotten Your t We have just what you will need in BOYS SUITS MISSES eokl SuITS + K BOYS and GIRLS SHOES BOYS AND GIRLS HOSEI t All New Fall Goods and at Prices to please Father or Mother Just Received nice line Fall Dress Ginghams and Woolen Dress Goods suitable for Girls Dresses We have also received our new stock Outing Cloth for fan t Special for this We k tIn order to get you better Acquainted with our splendid Line of Hosiery r We will give One Tablet and Pencil fREE1 With each pair Boys and Girls Hose in our 20c and 25c grade 1The Robertson Claybrooke Co t INCORPORATED WM ttftt1ftJftt f tfttft flft HARDINS C JIKIYour correspondent attended countv court at Springfield or rather spent Monday in that town There was aI fairly good crowd there but when the courthouse bell tangat 130 oclock we fond that crowd large indeed Hon L H Thurman addressed those present for quite a while in words and argument that cannot be excelled although my friend Prof Colvin said it was a twobyfour talk and did not amount to much he professor maybe quite proficient in book learning but is evidently very poor when it comes to poKlics so we will let him pass and still think of him according to scripturer which says See a man wise in his vn conceit for there is more hope tor the fool than for him Have read the Lebanon Leaderwhich boasts that i is the only Republican paper in Central Kentucky We have reliable information that when Mr Johnston made that assertion there really existed two other papers of the samefaith and ord6r that surekenough Republicans We thought pos sibly Mr John W Lewis with all his college learning and blue blood would at least address the people acceding Augustus k Willsons sfrvW of word- and message of good cheer and govern ment hut was soon convinced the hon orable gentleman would not stand the test I just suppose he as many others knew that facts published by the so called only Republican newspaper i Central Kentucky was like unto whItes pulc refuU within of rottenness ana decayed matter After Mr Thurmans speech we walked about th xtown thinking possibly we might get at least near enough to the collegebred and noted Republican from the of home in Greenthat we might touch the hem of his garment and receive some J of the virtues that might exist there on We tailed to see hinSO walked down to the postoffice of the town when there we beheld Billy Waters an another companion with Mr Lewis who seeemed wrought up to a red heat While Billy and his friend were tryin to ge l- down the collegebred mans to a normal judicial tempera ment W D Smith sold to W D Clay brooke of Springfield a pair of two jearrbld horse mules for320 fttttf fft ttfftij Don MdLam sold to C A Bland ford 24 ewer for 125 and also sold to Proc B hard one sow and pigs for 25 Mrs Ama Vise qf Illinois is visiting her parents Mr S L Cambron and wifenearBlincoe Mr JE Kyvisited his sister Mrs James Stanfield SaturdaysI Mr MY Hays and wife spent Sunday With Mr Hays father near Bor land Ky Mr Martin Spalding and Mrs W E Spalding df Mclntire Ky spent Sunday withithe family of Don McLam Miss Alice Simmons of Louisville after a weeks visit with rejatives in this community has returned home Mr Wesley Medley of St Louis is visiting his parents Mr R Medley and wile tMrs Mabel Mcintyre after Jipro longed visit to friends at Woodlawn and Bloomfield has returned to her home here Mack in Manon Falcon i Republican Convention The Republican mass convention of Saturday held for the purpose of nomi nating candidates for the county offices oftoconventionswas ca tlqd to order by County Chair man W F Grigsby after witch nom nations were called for for the different county offices There being no candi date for any other officer Butler fornlegislaature E P Dedman of Willisbur Mr Dedman being the only candidate he aeshort speech accepted the nomination predicting that he would in November dbe elected Hon John W Jewlf was called upon and also addressed the convention The convention clearly demonstrated that the Republicans recognize the strength of the Democratic county againstdit merely for the sake of running Kills WouldBe Slayer AppendicitisnNew Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach and bowels preventing that clogging that invites Consti- patIOn Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25c at Hay don arid Robertsons Hlt fttftftft Ending a Letter iThe simplicity of Yours as a letter ending buld have astounded Jeremy Taylor hose letters to John Evelyn triumphslotcomIs ive me thnt I am Ip great heartiness and dearness of affection dear sir your obliged and most affec tionate a ad endeared friend and servant of Your very affectionate friend hlslshortestaffectionate land the servant are always he two Indispensable words Probably no man woman or child would cc mbine these two at the endI of a letter todayLondonTatIer A Division of Labor The fcllowlug dialogue at the Bow county c urt deserves to be recorded Withes One day 1 had some shrimps to spIt and I asked the plaintiff to help me Bpsaldl cant push the barrow because my arm Is bad but If you like Ill come along with you and roller Cpunsd 1Why was WJtnef sWell Its thnt1I A man can often shout when cant snoveALoiidoh News I Unreasonable Your baby erica u great deal at night ant 501 do anything for Itf Your dog barks a good deal Can you do anything to stop him Cons und It such unreasonable pee pleas y HI havent any right to live In a flat Chicago RecordHerald The Result the Same Glmrie some of thnt prune pie Son youve had two kinds of pie already Then another kind wont matter Theres only one kind of stomachache Loulsvllle CourierJournal Reasonable Request Arabella said old Blllynns as he finished his dinner am going to ask you to do inc a favor want you to glv your young mnnMrMr Whatsh snaine a message from me Arabe la blushed and looked down at her plaie Tell him the bluff old millionaire went o that I dont object to his staying hero and running up my gas bills bvt that 1 do object to his carry- Ing the morning paper n wny wlth him when h leaves = London Answers Force of Habit Im iucprlspd Unit you should be so Interest d In watching those silly dudes Fore of guess Im presl dent of a real estIte improvement corn parryWell Well tneyre a vacant lotCatb olic Standard and Times Loat and Found Foni d a doHar yesterday Luc y boy t Not so lucky In stooping to pick It up dropped and broke my eye glasses Kansas City Journal W I V STAllARD oD SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE TEETii FEXTRACTED WITHOUT j Paiii or Danger Done an this office is first andjust56 Over McElroy Shaderss Grocery 0 0I0sO 00 0aQ 00 O O O I Personal Notes I o 0oVisitors In andOut of TownA Q Round Up ofthe Weeks o Personal News Q oooooooooo Miss Lulie Thurman of Louisville- is the guest of MuddIMrs Mary Wiesen and daughters will return to their home in Louisville tomorrow after spending the summer in Springfield Mrs Leo Haydon and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Haydon of Bardstown Mr and Mrs Robert McMillan of Decatur III are visiting Mrs Mc Iil lans sister Mrs Geo Catlett Miss Kodman Thurman left Tues day for Shelbyville where she will attend school Miss Willie Knott his returned from Cincinnati Miss Ida Haydon attended the fair at Bardstown Saturday Mr and Mrs Gregory Edelen were in Bardstown last week =Mr and Mrs Clarence Adams at tended the Bardstown fair last week Miss Margaret Edelen will return to her home in Birmingham Ala Fri day after spending the summer with her aunts MissesKate and CarneEde len Messrs Parker Medley Ben F Simms and J C Shader Jr leftto day for St Marys where they will at tend school Miss May Mayes left Tuesday for Lexington where she will enter Sayre College Miss Hattie Arnold is attending Caldwell College at Danville Miss Mabel Price is visiting in Bardstown v Mrs G L Haydon has returned home after a several weeks visit to Mrs Joe Muddof Chicago IllEr 1Miss Agnes Mudd and Mr Frank Mu IJof Chicago 111are visiting friends and relatives here Mrs Jennie Thompson of Bards town is the guest of Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes Misses Nell McGill Bessie Smith Lois Johnston Zelma Mellvoy Emma Rose Folm Louise Tucker Margaret BunneH Piety Barber Marie and Louise Barber and Ethel Berry have entered school at St Catharine Misses Agnes and Jennie Carrico are the guests of Dr Chas Edelen of Louisville Messrs Ollie Barber WalterCleJ- entsand L D Walker left Monday for St Mary Kansas where they willt attend choo1tMisses Ernestine Knott Nellie Simms and Isabel Medley have returned to school at Nazareth TMr and Mrs John F Simms visit ed relatives in Bardstown last week Mr and Mrs SCMcGIll spent Monday with Mr CC McGill and fam ily of Lebanon Mrs A L Jenkins returned to her home in Cincinnati last week after spending the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan Miss Virginia Wiesen has returned to her home in Louisville after spend ing the summer here Miss Margaret Greene returned to her home in Louisville after spending five weeks at the home of her grand father Mr J A Shader Mrs R H Shader and nieces Emma and Elizabeth Spalding spent Monday in Bardstown Misses Mane and Louise Barber have returned from a visit to Mr Kent Barber and family of Bardstown Mr John Kimberlin and wife of Kansas are visiting Mr and Mrs C L Brady Miss Mary Lawrence Claxton who has been the guest of Miss Lucy vSelec man has returned to her home in Lou isville Mr and Mrs Jas Allen of Bloomfield visited Dr and Mrs W W Ray last week Mr A C McElroy has returned from Kansas City Mr Arthur McGill attended the Bardstown fair Saturday Miss Annie Durham1 has gone to Cam hellsville toahndschool rI- n S10p our store and get a nice loaf of Cream Bread t or some rice Cakes They are baked every day r Theyre delicious Visit ilolir lceless Soda Fountain and Eng joy some of the Refreshing Drinks I Katie Ilerflein Bro iiMrs Margaret Griffith has returned to her home in Paris after a visit to her sister Mrs JS McElroyj Mr Rod Wharton of Louisville is visitin c his parents Mr and Mrs J L Wharton IMr Harry Thompson has returned from Asheville N C where he was called by the illness of his brother Mr Walter Thompson Mr Ed Abell of Bardstown was in Springfield Saturday =Mr G E Medley of Owensboro has been visiting his family at this place Mr L B Cain has returned from a visit to Mr Ralph Hagan and family of Fairfield Misses Katie Cain and Flora Mudd attended the Bardstown fair Saturday Miss Edith Rubel of Lebanon was here Mondayx Miss Lillian Sisco has returned to her home in Bardstown after a visit to Miss Mabel Williams Mrs Nannie M Uican will leave next week for Louisville and Cmcin nati to study the fall styles in millinery and buy her stock of goods Miss Clemie Strauss of Louisville is the guest of Miss Katie Hertlein Misses Wilhelmina Hertlein Lizzie Eogsdon and Addie Willett are spend ing the week with Miss Zelma Mcllyoy of near WiJhsburgj Mr er of Baltimore and Miss Katie Hertlein spent the day at Tatham Springs last week Miss Marie Kuhn and Mr Caspar Kuhn who have been visiting relatives here for several week lest yesterday morning for their home in Nashville r Messrs J Chas Greene and Louis Kelly attendedthe Fair Hop at Bards town last week Dr W V Stallard and Mr G B Cunningham left yesterday morning for Oklahoma City and other points in the West to be gone several weeks Mr and Mrs W F Gngsby spent Sunday and Monday with Mr Grigsbys father near Maple Hill Mr Finley Scruggs left fur his home in Oklahoma City Tuesday morn ing after a visit of several weeks to relatives here and in Danville Miss Addie Willett will leave the latter part of the week for St Catharine to attend school Dr Reed and wifeif Mackville were in 3townJ Messrs Wallace C Duncan an1 Davison Reed who have been spendiiv1 their vacation at home left MoaSty morning to resume their studies it State University k Mr Ralph McGill is spending ike w ek with his uncle Mr W ill Meu4A Iof Bardstown Mr and Mrs J I Royalty j k family Mr and Mrs J A Boulware Rev W H Williams Raymond Nally Judge W E Selecman Mrs Mattia Nelson and daughter C therineJlm orISpaldinrs were among who attended the Central Baptist Asi ciation at Lebanon this wee- kPrograni Jy b theiTeachers Association of educational division No 4 to be held at Freedom on Saturday Sept 11 1909 100 P MDevotiojralExercises Does Kentucky Need Better Schools Henry Royalty RecitationMiss Ada ArnoWl The Preparation of the Future Tea her AdamsIValue ot EducationProf Baxter An Ideal TeacheriMiss Susie Graham Recitation Miss Hallie Whitehouw How to Secure Interest in Class Re- citations1Yrof Robinsom Duty of Parents Toward the School j Minor Bottom The Ne d of a County High School J H Mrs Kate Snewmaker Recent School Legislation l tSuP J W Busk Does Education Pay tRev Wr H Williams The Kei itucky New School Law Prof George Coivm Duty of School OfficersWI Hume S EWELLSPres Miss ROSE ADAMS Sec Why ffFrom a small beginning the sale and use of Chamberlains Couh Remedy has extended to all parts of the Unite States and to many foreign countries Why Because it has proved especially valuable for coughs ana For Ie by The Leo Hnydon Drug Co Public SaleOF v Farm Live Stock Farming Implements Ett X On account of a change in business of my sons and myself which IS niy only reason I will offer at public auction on the premises on v Thursday Sept 16 09rAT 10 OCLOCK A M My Fine Blue Grass Fkrrn Containing 273 acres mileSNorthjoining the Lexington pike This is one of the finest agricultural and stock farms in Kentucky It is probably the best watered place in the blue grass neverfallingwater isThergeverTERMS Onethird cash and the remainder in 12 3 and 4 pears with aicper cent interest payable semiannually from date of deed Will sell at stone time and place the following stock Six head of blgiPe teiabesidesia proOnble note without interest BURGOO ON THE GROUND AND A PLENTY OF IT l D B ChathamI Vf t HARRODjSBURGJ Lt L f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 IQOQ d r i i ti L r r 1 1r 4 vqIr I J 0 i t i fy r k t l rI fj R ff 7 l 1 j 1I1i uA Free Itip to The Kentucky State Fair t j H iYoungMai Young LS yt1 4 i S- tvvWould you like a trip to The Kentucky State Fair If so here is your canry4 jtr j VIO r1r The Kentucky farmer a hi h class weekly agricultural journal published at Louisville Ky will furnish a free trip to the i Kentucky State Fair the week cf September isth to 19th including railroad fare both waY two nights lodging and breakfast W ifpt n a firstclass boarding house lunch at the fair admission to the grounds two days and nights and street car iarertp and from v same and a years subscription o The Springfield Sun to any young man or lady living within 50 miles ot Louisville who se t lt g Vi llr cures 12 subscribers td The ck Farmer at1coo each or who lives between 50 and too Smiles of Louisville and secures 15 fpgi subscribers or who lives between too and iso miles of Louisville and secures 18 subscribers or who lives between i o and 200 t t miles ot Louisville and secures 30 subscribers H l r Any who fails to secure the requisite o3 subscriptions will le allowed a liberal commission on those obtained Fft With a little effort you can secure the best trip of the year and seethe greatest Fair in the country without any expense v It tYWrite for sample copies arjd details concerning the trip j V t l irM Begin now Grown persons may also tak 2 advantage of this offer iThe State Fair is magnlficer t instructive andentertaining J4r5b k lWi Don t fail to see it fM Cut out this advertisement and send ifwith the list ot subscribers to I iilvt v J v THE KENTUCKY FARMER jpfft M ivi ili J22 Paul ones Building Louisville y Sp V i a a 1 si d a h3 id tw biIt p 1 JY A FINE OUTINGITenting on the Grounds- Arrangements have been made for those who want to tike a weeks out tag to have their own tent upon the State Fair grounds Persons desiring a tent should write to Secretary Newman of Louis lle Kit and notify him y and tents can be secured and fur mlshed to visitors at actual cost Many persons have an Idea that they on take In the entire Fair In ore day when In fact six days can be very profitably spent In studying the varI- ous exhibits that will be upon the croundsMany for the first vis iting the State Fair forgone day leave With the determination to come again tli e next year and spend several days and make their arrangements accord nglyIADVANTAGE TO FARMERS Equity and Grange Headquarters at the Kentucky State Fair The Kentucky State Fair manage went for the week of Sept 1318 has provided a tent to be known as Equity headquarters and also one to be mown as Grange Headquarters for the use of members of these organize accpmn1od8Uons lions free of cost it Is to be hoped feel perfectly at home during the fair Week AN ENERGETIC FORCE t Tii a Organization of the Kentucky State Fair Work Few realize the amount of labor and- t e amount of organization that it t kes to pu on a State Fair On Sep t tuber 13that Louisville will be opened the seventh annual Kentucky State FafrVisitors will find on exhibition the best specimens practically every product of the state To collect these and to systemize them so as to have everything ready for inspec tion and to operate the same for six dJiys coats about 50000 First comes the secretary who Is charged with the responsibility of getting everything in readiness together with a large cleri cal force then the leads of each de p4rtment which Is always some mem ber of the State Board of Agriculture wj th superintendents and assistants sufficient to look after eabh exhibit a force of watchmen guards ticket sellers and takers laborers etc until if line wholp force were gathered together It would represent a good ItIT p WEEKLY COURtERJOURNAL Henry WttUrsori Editor Is a national Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or fav r The regular price is 1 30 a year but you can gejt the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL 1 ThE UN ti BOTH ONE YEAR II FOR ONLYlf 15Q t J J If you will give or send your order to this paper hot to the Courier ournali 4 i I ilfI if Dailv Courier Journal one year L f 600 r Sunday CourierJournal one yeaf 200 We can give you a combination cutrate on Daily or Sundyif you will write thiS paper r i 188118 818 81 y 8IBi sized army Each person Is adapted to notmo e sy s required in any great Jndnstrjal plant than in an exhibition of uch magnitude It was through this thoroughly organized fore that lrfBhortUmsaca force is one of the interesting r thins to be noted at a tate fair Pajlns Fireworks at the State Fair e State Fair will again have Pain Is Fireworks as a night attraction Nov ties in fireworks not heretofore seen will be Introduced and a mdgnifi cent display of forty numbers will be given each night including such de vicei aS The Weird White Falls on tt gi antic scale 200 feet long and feet high Also a wonderful 25I known as Fighting the Flahies showing a house burning with the Ore engl a playing water upon the flames all done In fireworks Monster por trait of wellknown people The Pain company will also put on a wonderful new Jcvlce known as The Pillar of tnjtnsair iiaking the entire surroundings as br ght as day In connection with the fireworks there will be provided entertainment by nc ted specialty artists and a imaklIglong b be remembered pbacco at the State Fair A ost liberal premium list Is of fered or tobacco and a large and val table exhibit is expected Classefare provided for the types Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigar ette rapper and Bright Trash The dark lypes are Black Wrapper Long or African Leaf French Leaf Italian Lear reen River Leaf and Stemming Leaf In addition to the regular prizes Hon M C Rankin offers 15I in ape ials for the best display of Burly en p best display of Dark Tohaccoi and tie best display of Green River Tobac o Not more than four samples can be entered of a single crop but if exhlbl or has more than one crop raised on his farm he is entitled to tour mples out of each crop ii rue Show at the State Fair At e cry fair whether big or little in Kentucky the horse show is one of the predominant features and the Kentucky State Fair of 1909 will be no exc pooh with one of the most attractive classifications ever offered at a outhern fair with high class judges ko tie the ribbons and thbest covere show arena in the world there should pe horses enough and of cMonet quality pt this show As the horse ex hibit can usually be depended upon to take care of Itself it is believed that with thte addition of the night show feature an unusual array of equine celebrities will be paraded before the publicr l TIle Sun 100 yea SlibocrllfOl V The- Best Bargain fn reading matter that your money can buy it your local pa per It keeps you potted on tfcV doings of the community This Paper will tell you the things you wart entertainingwawillge e community its every visit will prove a pleasure it gives more than full value for the pries asked for it BuyBUY izppertttheyyon buy of I1ohs XtrclwLtI bay of those who aArertiie WE PRINT SALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT Dont Preach About Home Trade and at the same time send your Borders for job printing out ofj town Your home- rprinter can do you work just as good and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the city mans prices because he pays much less for running ex penses By sending your next printing order to this office youll be better satisfied all around and youll be kiefing tilt mofit homt QeQQoeoooo oeoeoeQeQOOQQQ QQ4 QQeQ i JSFiIFR 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REWARDED u A Fugitive and Romance That Started at the Mine By ANNA R COVIN TON Copyright by Associated Literary Press He had come up into the land of the unsalted seas with a look in his eyes as of one pursued He sought and ob tamed work underground as a miner He bad but one purpose to avoid rec ognition and this place seemed so safe he did not mind the weariness and the monotony of the hard labor One night as the man car shot up from the underworld into the shaft house its tier upon tier of dusky faced men with their lamp lighted bats ris ing weirdly out of a dark throated tunnel he was the last to leave the car His usual first furtive glance fell upon a young woman with the form ot- a goddess and the face of a Madonna She stood near a light with its rays full upon her She turned and made her way to the outer dpor He opened it for her She thanked him and pass ed out It was dark with the early darkness of winter and the sky was moonless and starless She stood for a moment bewildered by the stnfnge ness of the scene Then he started in the direction of a light streaming from an office window She came back to him as he stood in the doorway I beg your pardon but lama stran ger here Will you please direCtme to the main street or to the main office1 You should go that way past tbe railroadItrAcksThank you shall know ray way as soon as 1 reach the street hIt is rough walking here If you will permit me 1 will walk with you I have a lantern I shall he very glad If you will dg so she replied gratefully They walked in Indian fashion until they had left the mines and had game the beaten track of the highway Then he walked beside her It is all so wonderful to me here sheremarkdIrou live here then u No I live near Boston Lam on a visit to my uncle Captain Sloan of the mining company I wanted to see DESPERATE GRIP OX THE DICTEtTlVKS IASKLthe man car come up but I missed unple and came alone You werent on that car were you Yes 1work in the mine gettfng out food for the furnaces Isnt tt a bardlife You havent always teeu a miner she half queried He felt a little thrill of joyhis first in months He h td not then lost all trace of former environment No he said slowly Only since last September One must live Wont you come In and let my uncle thank yo i ijor your kindness to me She asks ds he stopped In front of the captains big white house No think you he replied serious ly Butt the kindness was on your part in letting me come I am going back to Boston tomor row she replied But I expect to spend net summer here and hope may see iou then She extended her hand as she spoke and he truohed It reverently When she had gilne Into the house be noticed something white on the ground It proved to be an envelope which had evidently fallen from her muff By the light his lantern he read the address JMiss Marie Sloan As U was empty he could sees no barm in keeping itj Evory night thereafter when the man car came up from the depths fie felt a llttl thrill of remembrance of his first lance that night when up had bebel her His heart throbbed with the feellug that compels every man to strive anew to work out the best that ls in blrn It bad seemed natural almost ordained that she should ak to him and that ho her Their words He scarce re ShOUldwa1beitde that she hail hIs work and back next sum He formulate new plans Later the mines and went n bpgattwhere be stayed for tveek beardless anddressedIn- t i correct clothes he returnea tome trrT of the miaec He applied for the poi sition of bookkeeper and was engaged toll a vacaocjN When summer and Marie arrived be had niacp good in the office and had won a fltm footing in the social sttata of the cc immunity By taking the tide in coppe stocks at Its flood he had se eggWhen to Cap all Sloans niece she had not the slightest remembr flee of him As the summer passed t ell friendship grew linked by though inspirations and Interests In comm n At the first tints of autumn their eng igement Wiw announced Long a o she had told him of the miner wlio had been so kind to her and of tjbe deep Impression be had made upun her Once she had gone to see the man car come up but she bad failed to ice him again Some dmeheoJhought with a drorid for boding I must tell her all yetonedh3 a defective from Chicago lipped quietly Into town In search of a man who had eluded hm for a yeasIn the afternoon he satin terejl Into IE mine office lion are you Lowdpnbe said ito the head bookkeeper with a noticeable hesitation b tore the name He turned quickly and breathed quivering or a moment Can we go somewhere for a private- interview Yes si Id Jack dully I think Id like to visit the min s while I am here Couldnt you take me downYes replied Jack heavily Come this way They were Joliiea iby one of the men and come was deferred 1 fashaftdismay at the sliding steps that cane iltboughtcar f1rtbeas it come Step whenever I do and only when I dot There were wild plans revolving in Jacks mine and hE welcomed this d4 scent into he lower regions The d4 tective did 1t exactly like the situa tlon but i e was brave sure footed thprbegnnly andfear essly just as his guide dm three or fo ir times Then be never knew just liow it happened he hesi tated lost his bead trod his doting at the same time Jacks string rights arm backed by the muscle II miner caught the unfortunate nan by the ankle just as lie was goi ig down With his Iltl hand sinewy left arm lack clung to the beam maintaining a desperate grip on the detectivis ankle There was nn agonized sp ce of time while be stood in this peril us position before the machinery stopped and the others came to his relief With achii g strntuibg muscles Jack walked1 bad to the otHce and waited Until the det tare should revive When he sa him coming he went outside to meet him ll I am quije ready to with you he said wltl a queer smile The detect re stared If you wt re guilty do you suppose I would tak you after what you did dowu there II the mine I didnt come to take you Your father engaged me brotllrcontessroltwasut necessary for you to hidE all these months Still sahi Jnck with flashing eyes and leaping heart I am glad that I aid H mely Women Plain worn n ext Iud form a et- inlt2ractor1 Sour social economy ot ot us ar blessed with good lea tures soft eyes a fine figure an a clear cOmple ion Some of us are born with dull skins wide mouths and snub noses ind not all the arts of dress and to let can make us pretty or even presentable But nil the same plain women live and thrive and now and then make brilliant marriages Jn fact One has pnly to use ones eyes to see that iojme ugly women hae for men quite a weird power of attraction History teaches us this for we are t91din everal instances of un comely wpmer who have ruled the des times of men and natlqns Catherine of Russia and Mme dp Muintenou had no looks and Mary qUC of Scots who has 1qo down to tame as n beauty npptiDs In her picture as thin small eyed a 1d hard featured Indeed only one portrait Is said to exist In which 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ant guest of Mrs OIKe Moore Saturday sight r Mr Earl Reed spent Sunday with tlriah and Walter Litsey e Mrs Nancy Scott and Miss Effie Coulter visited Mr and Mrs Tom Coul lien near Wiliisburg Saturday night Mrs Columbus Grimes and wife are spending several weeks with Mr and Mrs McNabb near Springfield Near Death In Big Pond j It was a thrilling experIence to Mrs yearsId a vere lung trouble gave me intens t suffering she writes and severs l ci times nearly caused my death All ref medies failed and doctors said I was tumble Then Dr Kings New Discov ery brought quick relief and a cure soI permanent that I have not been trou ledin twelve years Mrs Soner lives m Big Pond Pa It works wondefs in Covghs and Colds Sore Lungs Hem IIWhoopingGuaranteed by Haydori and Robertson JI s PLEASANT GROVE It Mr Litsev Adams who has been vk itintt relatives here has returned to r Harrodsburg Miss Harvey Vanarsdale accompar led her sister Mrs H M Noe to Cc umbia for a months stay Miss Emma Rose Pohn left Monday for St Catherines to attend school Judge B L Litsey M G Leach LachmanandBardstown fair Saturday Mr Davidson Reed left Tuesday for Lexington to attend the State Univer aity Miss Lyllis Thompson of Indianapo lis who has been the guest of the iifssesThompson is visiting in Spring Seldthis week Mrs N Pt Thompson visited Alt liar ipdsburg recently- Miss Alma Vanarsdale of HarrodE Iurgwho spent the summer with rela hives here has returned home Dr J H Hopper spent a few days ii PerryvIlle last weekIMr H M Thompson has purchased af Mr J R Durrett lust farm and willJ take poissessioH January next Mr ani Mrs H R Thompson and- alert Raybourne were at the home ofI S P Thompson Sunday MissLavinia OConnor entertained 1Saturday complimentary to Miss Emma lose Pohn Those invited were Misses LoyEj n Neal and Ellen Gregory Messr John Polih J R Reed Henry Gregory and Frcd Vanarsdale It Saved His Leg All thought Id loose my leg writes lA Swenson Watertown Wis Tin years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at laSt laid me up Then Buclclens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions ECzema Salt Rheum Boils Fever- Sor s Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 5Sc at Haydon and Rpbertsons T maderY0ke grandfather used to make it Kentucky StarFlour Best made fM Kentucky fair 4r DatesIr V iiefollowing are the dates fixed fr holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1909 as oar as reported Hodgenville September 73 days iaIonQcello September 74 days Glasgow September 8i dayscKentucky State Fair September Scottsville 136 dayscBedford October 12 days SHE SUN A 4 ITland TIMES l y i i ATFN G EVELY I S arch That Brought Happi Two Loving Hearts Inessto By FANNIE MEDBURVPENDLEI lCopyright by Associated Literary JohA Bennett PreasJ looked at blS watc- d bI yawned wearily It was two wouldrboredom he strolled the fronm tide to side He had the air of a man whom life has ceased to Interest I The hurrying crowds met and passed him Apretty fair haired girl brushed theUIUI nf interest then hto settled Into Its former expression vetylight haired woman he bat met for the post two moots had gamed from him that quick look It manbEvelyn Chester Their had met In LIpart of the winter and ga ged She was traveling with her inltheno western mate Mr Chester had suddenly de stageslTheywrite as soon as she bad arrived In New York Weeks slipped by then months and still do word from Evelyn Bennett had at last started east in the hop of getting some trace of the The thought of Evelyn and her unI constante i jjhat of seerr fair haired girl stirred hiS heart wit n forl0rn hope On swuyup the street be bad I reached one of the moving picture the- atoriums arid thinking that he as well till time in ore way as another he entered The performance bad begun and b e listens half beartedly to the illus trated song his thoughts still on the nishedEyelyn Had she repented her promise to him He could no believe thrtt Had the been swallowed Hemustlfiudijen eft raised his eyes to the ca Ipanol1amiG t sit BPBANO TO nnr PKETWITH LITTLE SOUIIINO CRY fqlt w4 l Hf wat bed the irregular sb the boats the quaint vil rfine tewns the children euio summer playground by Then there flashed to view a tbI of bench Two girls sat by an old that was half buried in the sandi Their races were turned toward m there lupon the canvas hen wistful eyes gazing straight Into his own was the lost Evelyn He sprang to his feet then as bur rledly resealed himself The view bad passed and he doubted the evidence ofI his eyes Had be reached the point where every pretty fate looked like the girl He pulled hiiuseif together He would see the view againIThere was no t e beponisd ture to pass without noticing the face of her companion Once more he waited through the Interim When the view Bashed out he war rewarded for the features of the other girl were decidedly familiar The face t was not its clear as Ei ely Js but 1t was certainly a picture of Claude Ayl mers ister Eileen and the 43lmers steed in New York He had not seen Eileen for twO years but the clow was worth following up Bennett loft thI place with hope in his heart He made some Inquiries of tbe ann n tiger of the theafer but the man could tell him 1nI that the reel was one aentt4Jtb regular circuit and thati the pictures had probably been tnkon that summer Two duyu later found Bennett In New York He would hunt up Eileen rInvery town on till Mnssachnsotts oast for news of Evelyn The Aylmors were occupying theirt on the Hudson and BtlIlIcttt took the first train for their Their cottage lay ou the outskirts of the village and n few minutes of brisli walking brought Bennett In sight of It As fee mounted the steps of the j i fir Ibroad plait Claude Aylmer pounc d him Why BMinett old man he criut how goon of yon thought yju wore In thp wild and woolly west Bennett book bands I d09waut you Aylmer he cried sot your sister Great s mkes man he xHahned dont try fly Lochinvur stunt on the bunks of the hlsftorlc Hudson Be sides Kile useugaged There was an amused laugh from a tall girl it white who rose from a withIregarded h T with silent anxiety then This face b ightened She was surely the girl of the picture What n sense Claude she cried I1Ir Benin tt isnt dangerous at oust he wasnt formerly He wouldnt mideof her unto ilshed relatives Miss Aj liner cried Bennett do you know Evelyn Chester For heavens si ke tell me Eileen la ighed Know my college chum sb exclaimed Know girl who is to be niy bridesmaId in tw raWerI are sp tillageuu th therento be quiet after her fathers death I spent a wtek with them two month ago Why Mr Bennett what in the matterI sunk down upon a white and had cov ered his ey s with lily baud Then the story came out and Elee was grout Interested Isnt it lomantic she crledtOEe sumemer is most cheerful g rl In The world but nf course lai the change to her fathers d6atb Sb cried when 1 asked her to uuht t soot be set night She wont fly aWay before torpor off followtw leu u the strip cf beach that be had first ChiIcagowho hall b dden him seek the girl In her favorit haunt on the bench As thattevery was rei er uPo his inemorj J Some dis ance ahead be caught the Inwas wa s scut by the old out to seawItbhoatlazlng sadness in her eyes She did nlot bear him until be spoke Evelyn littlesolJbioogs of their wondi rmeut as to what had become of jtle letter that Evelyn hat written anthat Jack had never ceived thp ollowing note nrrlvedatid with it the lost letter Mr Job Bennett it ran Pea Sir Pardon the unintentional deny o your mail I am John Bennett you are John J Bennett By mistake your letter was jed for iae six weeks in V ry Iso Ishruld ba efoutldyoua er all said Jr k thoughtfully Yes answered Evelyn but it would haresbeen three days later and the da s f been so lung Jack drew her head against his shoul der and looted down into her eyes Dear h said tenderly J wish could shake hands with the man wb Saw In you a good subject for a mot fog picture An Andes Notion About Soroche On one occasion crossing the Tacora passra breast of Tacna Peru was sicktijess at an elevation of only about feet bore sea level It nom pletelc pro rated me but my Indian wasIthe Andeai range and that its I would conti ue my journey up the cor dillera If w old leave me The folio log morning J was liftedlinto my sa die and continued cent of the ass and within two hours was nearly well again and before reached the summit of the pass about 15750 feet altitude tbe soroche had entirely let me The Indln 3s among the Andes have frequently till me that jsorocbe Is not the effect n altitude but as they put it of mine nl veins It may be that the geological and atmospheric Condi tions of net all localities are to spine extent the rause MIt in addition to altitude thf former being perhaps the principal ff ctors although imp rtect ItIlion at an elevation of from 13 11110rto 14000 feet I noticed that leavfng the post houses the Indian rubbed garlic on the nose updhrcas tlllSIe Times t Be and asp Stings The stirs of n bee Is often mot virulent thin that ofa wasp an with some eople attended with very violent effects The sting of a bee is barbed at the end and conse I quently al aye left W 14Q wound that of awisp Is pointed on11Jso that It can sting more than once bee canm t do When any person is stung by a bee let the sting In the t place Ie Instantly pulled out for the longer it remains In the wound the deeper it will owing to its peculiar fo m andemitt more of the tbeIsole cause f the pain and Inflummar tlon t Itt J t TheMCanc1XYZo e ADVERTISINGNT tten by Seymour Eaton of Philadelphia The advertising science is anything butexact It is an easy matter to diagnose symptoms But in tadvertising as in medicine very different causes produce very similar disturbances eye strain a wobbly steamer deck or green watermelon each means kn upset stomach gPlesowhich re as pe manent as the eternal hills 1r populareadvertising success As a general rule people are short on talk They are always running out The 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