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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 t ALtlv 1pl 3DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY tJ oL 7111lit I4 ifZ Rt t t 1 I 4 y i IVLUME VSh SFAIMOFIELD KYt WEDNESDAY j SEliLAC 1L F TRAGEDY I ENACTED 1 i At a Country Dance Joe Ryan t Kills Eugene Mattingly Men l Were BrothersinLawj J The first killing which has occurred an Washington county for nearly a decade was committed Saturday night when Joe Ryan slew Eugene Mattingly at the home of Matt Winfield on Hickory Branch just on this side of the Washington and Marion county line Itt is alleged that the two men who live in Marion county Ryan having lived at the home of the deceased had had some trouble earlier in the day and that tne deceased told Ryan that he would see him atjthe dance that night and that he diet go to the dance and with an open knife in his hand called for Ryan The latter and a brother so it is reported went out to see Matting ly and a fight ensued in which Ryan struck Mattingly over the head with a piece of fence rail fracturing his skull i The wounded man was taken to his home in Marion county where he died the following morning at 4 oclock Both were young men Ryan being t only 18 years Of age They were also brothersinlaw the deceased having married a sister of his slayer The deceased is survived by a wife and two childrenIt reported that before the party or dance began that nve gallons pf whisky had been imported andthat some of the participants had partaken very freely of the liquor i RADEDSCHOOL Opened Monday Prof Colvin Again Principal School Building Being Im provedh The Springfield Graded School opened the session of 1909 10 on Monday last with a light attendance It is thought however that within a few weeks the school willhave its usual number of pv pils f Under the supervision of Prof Geo teachIersin the State and one of which Springfield is justly proud During the summer several needed improvements in the nature of repair ing painting and putting in desks have been made A heating plant is now be dng installed Store House Burned Saturday afternoon the store house of Ward Kyler at Cardwell was destroyed by fire The fire occurred while the proprietors and several customers were in the store but its origin is a ItnaY gained rapid headway and in a short time the building was a mass ot flames and could not be saved alth desperate efforts were made to do so Aistate that = their loss is difficult of estimate but that it is not covered by the 1800 insurance which they carried Growingr rAccording to State Treasurer Farle fon September 1st the State had ou standing warrants for more than halt a million dollar more than was in the Treasurywith whch to pay it and it is feared that by the time the Sheriff begins to collect the fall taxes the i debt will amount to a million and a half dollars The debt is still growing and Gov Willson has expressea i tear tha it will amount to two and one half mil lion dollars by the time the next legis lature meets rj c NNNNMNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNN B B B Bin His Bonneti From Success Magazine 1 Ohy Tradesman In thine hour of eeee i If on this paper you should c c c c1Take our advice and now be y y y y i Go straight ahead and advert iJ i i Youll find the project of some uuuu i Neglect can offer no ex q q q q Be wise at once prolong your d a a a ad tiA silent business soon de k kvk4c J NNNN N N NNNN N r ITl PAYS L Jn Merchantwasnt Cr 1 Very wiseI to Swore he wouldnt Advertise B Tried his system 1aiFor a year iNi Earned a hundred SS clear Then the merchant Got so mad wPuti In an Had i IIAd brought so much iCustom in i That the merchant iSjHad to grin Since then daily i Loud he criesiGee it pays to lai Advertise iPNNNNNIN N N N 1NN NN JUVENILE FAIR Held Last Thursday Was a Grand Success Fine Exhibition and Some Money Made Will be a Fair Next Year The childrens fair despite many ob stacles was a pronounced success not onlv financially but from every stand point The morning was cloudy and after a time the skies became leaden a heavy downpour began which looked as if it would continue through out the day Some of the little ones however lifted up a prayer to Jupiterr Pluvius of Ram Rain go away Come jagajn another day Little Johnny wants to play and soon the heavens cleared and old Sol beamed and play the chil dren did The exhibition was a creditable one theIsport of the children and to lend their assistance to a worthy enterprise Good cakes and palatable biscuits made by ittle girls were shown as was fancy work the product of energetic little hands Chickens ana ducks were on exhibition while the bps showdd billy goats and coons and calves and colts and ponies etc etc Some excellent wasedone by both the boys and girls while the younger children rode equally as gracefully and equally as courageously on their stick horse steeds To Downing Robertson Presi lentJ Ricketts Bou ware Secretary the officers of the association and Mrs A R thoe thanks of the children are due tor a bi day which will be repeated next year The awards are as follows Prettiest Dressed Doll May Mayes premium B eat White Cake Elizabeth McElroy Ribbon Cake Elizabeth McElroy Best Plate of Biscuits Margaret Reed J MartintHemstitched Handkerchief Brownie Martin Beat J Dozen Buttonholes Hadcne Royaltyt r Prettiest Pin Cushion Catherine Simms Hand Bouquet Lillian McCabe SteptWharton Bouquet of Roses Catherine Nelson It Continuedion Ste8r t UNTYt HIGHWAYS Being ImprovedNew Bridge to Be Built Over Sulphur Creek he Washington county highways wil be turther improved in the near fut ire by the erection of handsome steel and iron bridge across Sulphur ek and extending from this county Anderson county The committee fro n this county consisting of Judge J Litsey Esquire Nimrod Hendron nd County Road Supervisor J R ires representing T Scott Mayes me with the committee from Anderson county on Friday and awarded the con trait forthe masonry work to Mr Joe Hars The contract for the bridge ch will be 84 feet long has been givjn to the Champion Bride Co which has bull some of the most sun sta teal and ornamental budgesin this Ion of the country T le citizens of the Sulphur Creek section showed their public spirit by subscribing the money to pay for the oaches and the masonry the county aying for the bridge proper This bridge is but one of the many improvements made on our public high ways within the past few years and if all the people of the county were as public spirited aIdas far sighted as those of Sulphur Creek and would assist the officials the roads would be still better DEATWS1t- ai Upon Several Washington County PeopleMrs Grif fing Dies at Perryville As we were going to press news rose ed the office of the death of Mrs Pole Edelen who died at 2 oclock this afte noon Mrs Edelen has been a sufferer for some months from gaUv stone sand her death has been expected for everal days A more detailed re port will be given in next weeks issue ofT e Sun fMr3 Sarah Poynter Gnffing well known and well beloved in Springfield did it her home in Perryville last Fri dav light The remains were interred in his Lexington cemetery on Sunday For fiftytwo years Mrs Griffing had been a teacher and at the time of her death was assistant principal of Elm wood Academy at Perryville About tweni v years ago Mrs Grilling and her brother Prof Poynter taught school here n the old brick building which has now ben razed Not only because of her worth as a teacher but because of her Hndly manner and lovable disposition she made many friends here who mpurn her death Mrs E F Wathen aged 82 years songMrichard Wathen at Bardstown Juncton last Thursday night Mrs Wjath n had spent the evening in con versa ion with the members of the farr ilv and wad apparently in the best of heart but expired immediately after Thetremains were in family bJrYldg ground at Earlington Ky on Saturday Mrs Wathen is survived by three children Mr Richard Wathen Mrs Sallie W Simms and Miss Ellen Wath enl Mrs cl N Cooper is a stepdaughter Mr Lonnie Turner a well known and highly respected citizen of Mackviile died at his home last Wed lesday and was buried at Mackviile on Thursday The deceased is survived by a wife and THE iNVENTOR L ByrO Williams r J fOur Willie lea genius and of great In = entlve mind That boy will put Marconi on the blink His gopherthing thesinkyou ought to see r the porkers and hllsWHlelUto His shaker on the too The preacher says that William has a very bulging And Fortune merely pines for him ito The thresher he inverted for his hazel nuts Is IT His scheme for splitting kindling thrilled the Jown Hes built a rooster catcher that Is sun to make a hit His latest la an airship made of down four children all grown Rheumatism j the cause of Mr Turners death and from this painful malady he had suffered intensely for twenty years be ing finally worn out by his suffering Mrs Ora Sallee formerly Miss Ora husIbandChildbirth was the cause of death The remains were taken to Harrodsburg and buried on RridayIMrs Sallee was only 19 years of age and was greatly beloved by many friends who mourn her death FIRE AT BARDSTOWN Blaze at Cooperage Plant Does Ten Thouand DollarsJ Damage Bardstown Ky Sept 14 The large cooperage plant of the Distillers Coop erage Company was discovered inflames this morning shortly after midnight The fire had been burning for half an hour befer being discovered The Fire Company worked heroically and checked the fire which was spreading rapidly into large piles of stavesI The machinery and material amounting to about 10000 wasa total loss withj out insurance Most of the staves and ba11elsm the storage room were saved The originof the fire is unknown Good for Biliousness it took two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets last night and I feel fifty percent better than I have fo weeks says Ji J Firestone of Allcgan Mich They are certainly a fine article for biliousness For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co Samples free He bought some wire and nippers tapped the town electric light And runs ida mother wringer slickas grease A train of cars Is nothingor a telegraphic kiteHes sot the solar system under lease His mother says that Willie Is the great est of his race Hs got perpatal motion on therunA stripOlpuntSoto do or die The genius of the village and the boast bringbloomsAll hall the great Inventor WIlIIlMo t I SEPTEMBER 24 John H Sparks World Famous f Shows Coming to Springfield Two Performances Circus day dawns with an indefinable stir in the air tndt sets the small boys to beating faster and awakens pleasant memories in the minds of the gray beards who haye not forgotten childhoods happy days When the John H Sparks Worlds Famous Shows exhibit in Springfield Friday Sept 24 the public undoubtedly be treated to a trefnendoussurpnae for report has it that a new and mighty monarch has entered the Aremc world John H Sparks and his managerial associates have not only ventured into a field of greater endeavor but in so doing it is said have outdistanced tented rivals in a manner that leaves nothing to the imagination with the additional telling advantage of being tripled in size All new in the matter of equipment ahd presentation The wonderful trained wild animal exhibition retained to form the second part of this worlds famous shows is the most remarkable exhibition of the character ever presented All the men women and children to be seen at their best in the grand free street parade at 12 noon which great pomp opulence and bewildering brilliancy is seldom equalled by any pageants of the past or present It Saved His LegI All thought Id loose my leg writes JA Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could ThenrBucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound EruptionsEczema Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 26c at Haydon and Robertsons r if EDWARD HCHARRIMAN Dictator of Railroad World Dies Peacefully at Arden N Yr Sept 9at 130 PM Arden N Y Sept 9 Edward HL Harnman the greatest organizer of railroads the world has ever knownyi met the only lasting defeat of his active life at the handsof death SecludedY in his magnificent home on Tower Hill surrounded by members of his family physicians and nurses he succumbed to an intestinal disorder this afternoon after a fight against disease i jihkh will rank for sheer grit with his remarkable struggles in the financial world The exact time of his death is known only in that limited circle of relatives and associates who had so effectively shielded Mr Harriman from all outside annoyances during his last illness The time was given to the world at 335 p m but Mrs Mary Simons sister Qf thi dead man said tonight that the end had come at 130 oclock more thaai two hours previous Whether this apparent discrepancy has any bearing on the current belief that every effort was made to lesson the influence of the financiers death oa the New York stock market is problel lImatic But it is significant that the time of his death as officially announced1 was just thirtyfive minutes after tradi ing had ceased on the exchange in Newi York Mr Harriman died peacefully and to the end his brilliantmind retained its integrity After a relapse an Sunday he sank slowly and soon after the noon hour today there came a relapse wbick marked the s pproach of the end Earlier in the day however before the crisis was at hand Mr Harriman talked with Thomas B Price his per sonal secretary in the New York of fices of the Union Pacific This was one of the strongest evidences that the railroad mans master mind was alert to the end for it is believed that Mr Price was summoned to enable the dy ing financier to give some instruction concerning his vast affairs Mr Price arrived at 1040 a m but returned to New York at 145 If Mr Harrimans death had occurred before he left the house his words didnot dicate it when he departed Mr Bar rimans condition he said at the time was fairly encouraging He added that there had been no operation He had been sept for he said to transact some business Soon afterward the hundreds of workjmen engaged on the uncompleted es tate learned of their masters death whena page came out on the lawn sad announced simply You may all quit work MfiiHarri man is dead i A hush fell over the group andtlw workmen dropping their tools trudged silently to the flatcars and descended on the private incline railwavthat bore them from the mountaintop to theit homes below Opening Bill Manager Leo Hayden has secured fw the opening bill at the Springfield Opera House the highclass comedy drama The Final Settlement which will appear Monday evening Sept 27 Mr Haydon has several good shows booked for the coming season and promisesI the theater goers more highclkseshows than ever beforepct Yr To Mammoth leave Only 3 75 round trip September 28 to see Mammoth Cave during the try Sail season Water low and Echo eft the river grand makes it the opportwie time for societies lodges and schools te see this great subterranean wonder riverr t route and great mammoth dome route in the cave forrr See L N agaai r r rri s THf SPRINGFIELDSk SUNr WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1909 t LET US JT bIiR 1 EYES and fit GLASS S1 31ft+ Kentucky All the latest style Glasses and j c any style Rims We + can furnish you with it+ the best grade of goods at the Lowest Prices itfitGREAT BARGAINS IN 21 JEWEL WATCHES T We can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line jib M RUSSELL IV 0- nt111111ftlil Ell tit tII Iii IIit1 MEHitM 4 fARAfAND STOCK 3tems ofInterest to Farmers and Live Stock and Poultry v RaisersI 3effi pfate the growing cockerels from lie pullets Ii Iis a good time to get rid of the anrplus old stock Sloppy mashes are not half so good t atkosewhichare a bit crumbly Lack of business brings on liver com jiaint in hens just as it does in men bright red is the fashionable color vtsththe combs of healthy hens Wht n Siey begin to look dark and purplish JWs out DOn t feed corn alone Give the hens noose wheat and oats if you want plenty if eggs Corn makes fat rather than Xgs In starting with an incubator on the iJapii use asmall size It is easier toll it with eggs and you can handle it readilya theyStpay you never 1 you4oulciin osrly fall They will destroy many an Bisect that has made arrangements for Ji s ytmters board Grape juice unfermented is a de lEcioas drink every farmer can have tiL Grape juice fermented has its disadvantages and every farmer should without it Coekat the feet of your horses now send then when out on the road Sometimes they will pick up a stone between the Sides of the shoes and may become feme before you know it Place a small quantity of cotton seed maal around the newly set strawberry aiit8 or around the old ones Cotton aced meal generates vitality inthe- Dknt rwlilie haul to town is far be sure that the bed of the wagon you trans port apples in is resting on a set of PerJaiited to become bruised The New York Exp erirrelt Station has found that for growing chicks most grain rations are improved by the addition of bone ash this being preferable to oystershellWhere are foundoni cattle a sure way to get rid of them is to go over the cattle with a sponge vrellmois tened with crude petroleum repeat when necessary until all ticks are destroyed The taiise is a night hawk It reposes In some crack or crevice of the house during the day and sucks the blood of the fowls at night This fact makes it easier for the pbujtryman to wage a successful war rThe pullets that are expected to fill basket in the early winter should be given extra cai e i rom now on and should be kept growing but not moderateIcommence to sooner r than if allowed to become too fat Twenty dairymen of northern Kentucky Indiana and Ohio have been arrested on the charge ot watering their milk to equal the demand raised by the TriState Dairy Association Samples of their milk have been analized at Cin foundiwater Get rid of your culls just as soon a possible after they are ready for market This is an important matter that is often overlooked by breeders Especially is this important where space Iis limited Culls are a hindrance to the growth and development oC the balance flockil Even when corn is high the relative price for pork frequently makes it the cheapest feed for finishing fiftycent corn is not expensive feed for six cent hogs Up to the last six weeks of feed subIstitutes may be used with grass but in the ordinary course corn theIbest dependence for the close of the fattening period If the poultrymen would worry less about ventilation and pay more atten tion to cleanliness there would be less losses Ventilation is needed and if tie houses are built on the scratching shed order all will be supplied that isi needed But U filth is allowed to ac cumulate in a hen house all the ventila tion that a scratchingshed house can I9O9 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY GETREADFREE 1909 Edition KentuckyGovernors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD COPY OF THIS SPLENDIi WALL ATLAS i The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and Complete for The Evening Pest at a cost of500 lathesrbeChartThe Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the only picture of its kind in There are nine other ma of great value among them a nap of the United States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Cans Zone also map of thet The Atlas sbows portraits of all the Presidents the Ruler of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A page is given over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year 1009 A Historical Political Directory of Kentucky esidenUa1 Vote State Officials Area and Population U S Senators Clu Speakers of Ken lucLJ House Congressional Judicial nnd Railroad Commissioners Diatricts hem ana State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and TO from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines Area and Population of States and Coun pTheChart will be given FREE to those who subscriber l for the Evening Post for One Year at J300 or for Six at 200 by Mail This for thosewho cannot get The Evening Post delivered AgentSend Co and full description of gottheAUue y THE EVENING POST Louisville Augustus c Willson SPECIAL PRICE THE THIS PAPERTHE r 35O PER YEAR s afford will not preventthe entrance oft rI rcdiseaset tt t j a 4 In jstarfyng r hevpqultry businessl the averae man or woman is a to g etomuch The better way is to start on a small scalo and enlarge as your experience and capability will justify The notion that most everybody can make a success of raisin poultryon a large scale has been disproved times without number Every bird should be made to pay her board at least but she should also be made to return a profit aruLitcan be done with the proper management and feed Fowls that are not paying their owners a profit are a loss a bill of ex pense anc nobody to blame but the owner No one can realize a profit in any line of business if they allow gross carelessness to PrevaittApples r eed a roum for storage IYour cellar is inclined to fut o dry so apples or potatoes stirinK too much in storage put an inch or so of sawdus on the floor and sprinkle with strong brine Give it a good wet ting The skIt will prevent the sawdust from inoUl ing and will also gather back the moisture and keep the saw dust damp In thee days the American pig makes a speedy ourney from farrowing bed to scalding tub and the aim of the judicious fe der is to add constantly to the flesh acquired while suckling bring ing the hcgup to2O to 450 pounds as early and 6 as inexpensive feed as possible The young animal will naturally put on weight more cheaply than an older oneattd gains after ten months cost consicerably more per pound than those made earlier A pig which is being fatten d should gam from one to 250ltomonths old j The time to doctor a sick fowl is before the favl gets sick and tido this is t o keep them free from lice feed judici usly keep the quarters clean and v ell ventilated supply good clean plenty of sharp grit avoid waterand tfse only the most vlgorOu birds in the breed jug pens The breeding birds should pot only b j in good health but should be as free f om the taints of disease in the blood as it is possible to get them A bird the t has been afflicted with mpitioring pen alt ough apparently cured nor one whose ancestors have been so aft ifIves sease germs are in the blo d and sooner or later they will create havoc in the flock r A prained Ankle As usually treated sprained ankle will disable the i ijured person for a month or more bu by applying Chamberlains Liniment an by observing the direc tions with ezch bottle faithfully a cure may inmost eases be effected in less than one wfeuks time This liniment is a most rem rkable prepartion try it for a sprain r a bruise or when up 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 Co f Rheumatism Doycu want togetlid- o it l L so take Dr Miles Nervine modiiied as directed in pamphlet around bottle Tn addition to the Propertiesiton the I crvous system byj which the rheumatic pains aie controlled and rest and sleep assured It has made many cures of this painful disease yearsfe in youIfsated write us for advice it Costs you nothing and mad save you prolonged SUfferini crippled that could having my shoes ThenImy system My doctor told me I had an acute iittack of Inflammatory MilesNervlnemenced to get better from the startand for the past six months havo scarcely an pain and am able to walk as well as ever SANDERSP J Your drug fst seUs Dr Miles Nervy Ine and we authorize him to return price of firs bottle only If It falls youMiles Co Elkhart Ind t twI t I I ft t 47 4 IR 1j j i Believing that the peopleoLKentucky WilI be interested in the organization of the lI c r tl 0 j W + C r 7 iI1 itizens Pj ti1j1i f l- t J 5 +if Natlonoj A n n Jt le r ii fi L I fI 1 J- l iiuranct Company I J 7t 2i ft Believing that they WANT such a company believing i that they will SUPPORTsuch a company by subscribing for tiits stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions t9 teThe work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are r the amounts of subscriptions for each week tA- J i FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 be 10696000v it u TOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 r 20024000ltn p TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUSI 16 f n r i 34 00000A ettireri t J jV TOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 23 V 1 46946000TOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 30n r aor7oooa t l t TOTAL SIXTH WEEK SEPTEMBER 6 t r 9738 22OOO TOTAL SEVENTH WEEK SEPTEMBER 131 S83466OOO r i If YOU ARE INTERESTED fill OUT AND MAIL TillS COUPON r 1IhePringder Sun SpringftoldKyiW H GREGORY LOUISVILLE KY V Please send me full information to the tITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY d NAME ITJ j v ADDRESS i J po Subscribe tor The Sun 1100 rear The Sun and CoarlerJournaL 1150 A Business Proposition Did you ever stop to think Mr Business Man that the news of your business is as mucha part of the local events as a wedding or a church fair The ladies are just as much interested an a new fabric jou have on the shelves as they are m any home happening Your store news and anounc ents in these columns will reach a large circle of eager buyers This will enable you to sell your goods while they art new and fresh ani you willnot have to sacrifice later at remnant counter prices Think it over 1HORSE DAILY RACES NATIELLO AjfD HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONSFliIwo s 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ONto IDE PASS 25 Hfdhiea m is lay ail I WKWQurJerLOW RAILROAD RATESFOR A1lLJJr 3 320 Paul Jonsi bldt LnIaritrX7fA IUW J LLESEPTTHE SUN TIMES 350 I I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1909 3 i r r 4I Iit L 0 + f Ir 1 IPREMIUMS iThe SOUTHERN AGRIGULTORI5TIQ 1coffers more and + ita club raisers than any southern t1 I r1-i rpaper PtThis year we are giving away + iZ a lot of new and valuable pres z tt + entssome things you never saw- S 1 tbefore 1 Z ij Anybody can getup a club for the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURISTbei i cause itisthe best paper published for southern farmers and the price f is very reasonable r 1 + I Write for tree sample cop v containing tt c attractive premium offers tSOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST i H- wt Nashvilli Ttnnissit t + fit Ita It tll tltll alutnttatl tl + t Itt lltc I United States forest Service 1 Bnscoelrepr Service made their headquarters in Springfield Washington county They have just come from Bardstown where they have been making a study of for est conditions in Nelson county This study is being made tthroughout Ken lucky by the Forest Service in cooperation with the State Board of Agricul An Indigestion Remedy Free otherwisehealthydyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis seriouslytheylikechronic constipation begins or as is often allalongirregularBut is no use letting Indigestion underImines foriatomFThompsontually considers that it saved his life oftheneedItand besides the laxative effect contains tonthee pecially needed in indigestion All sufferers from indigestion who have never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin wrltlngjthe indigestion d catharticstableIf there Is anything about your ailment that you don understand or If you wan any medical advice write to the doctor and he will t Answer you fully There Is no charge for this serviceI The address Is Dr Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Montlcello Ill For sale by The Red Cross Drug Stara ture The object is to obtain statistics 8 as to the standing timber and output forest products and to investigate IOf best methods of i growing cro f s so that the people may be adviseh- oth tp get thegreatest returns from their woodhmd- This is the third season that this wor hasi been carried on The results of the first seasons work is published in th Ke ThisIreport covers only the eleven most eastern counties The second repor completes the mountain section of the State and includes also part of the western coal field When the work isi completed Kentucky will have a forest map and statistics in regard to standing timber that will be the most complete possessed by any State except New Hampshire They will travel through the county seeing sawmill men and others inter ested in timber Any information iri re garbto local conditions that is given thefu will be highly appreciated wilassist greatly in this important work The Honeymoon The hom has no d finite du accordtlug as the temper of the high contracting parties determines or their rela tires or the weather or the mode thaft Interval during which the man going out Iri the morning remembers his kiss and forgets hiss overshoes as dlstln gulshed from the interval during which he remembers his overshoes and for gets his kiss New York Life r Best Treatment for a Burn If for no other reason Chamberlains Salve should be kept in every household on account of its great value in the Paitn withoutDeavequaled for chapped hands sore nipples aid diseases Price 25 cts For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co The Springfield sun ILOO per year The Sun and CourierJournal = L60 Public SaleOF Farm Live Stock Farming mplements Etc t On account of a change in business of sons and myself which is my only reason for selling I will offer at public auction on the premises on Thursday Sept 16 09AT 10 OCLOCK A M My Fine Rlue Grass Farm Containing 273 acres To be surveyed to purchaser located fiyemfes east of Harrodsburg three miles North of Burgin arid two miles West of Shakertown on the Chatham pike adr joining the Lexington pike This id one of the finest agricultural and stock farms in Kentucky It is probably the best Watered place in the blue grass country every field on the place being abundantly supplied with neverfaili rig water The place is fertile and superior for the cultivation of tobacco hemp barnTheer in a high state ot cultivation The dwelling contains eight large rooms large outbuildingsTERMSOnethird 3 and 4 pears with six per cent interest payable semiannually from date of deed Will sell at same time and place the following stock Six head of big mare sweepsteabesides procertOne Mote without interestt BURGOO ON THE GROUND AND A PLENTY OF IT D1B ChathamHARRODSBURG EV jtJ 1 i fru r lilulCiI riQ Inlr I SuitJIIIII1DwmumnIIIIIIIIIIIIUU lUIIIIUlIINil1mIIJIIIJUIIUllI IEdito al in Marion County Falconl Sept 10 The suit of Mr Lewis againstt Green county for a 30000000 fee on a con tingent contract seem to require deal b explaining and of such a pecu liar cl aracter that Mr Lewis dare no attempt to make his explanations on the st imp where he might be con frontet with a copy of the recorjd and his statements of what it contains be flatly contradicted shownIY are damaging to him there would be no reason for his suppress misrepresent and and as he says in his six effortsjto itoria1 in last weeks issue of Marion County LJeader the record before him and had gone through the voluminous record of the case personally his mis state ents can no longer be exposed on thj ground that his memory bad played him false between Greehsburg and Springfield That he took the record to Springfield and had it charged to a local attorney of Grcenshurg was surely for the pur examt411fnatioi and not as some intimated that ersons wanted to verify his- newsphPerstat ments by reference to it she old not find it in Green county after it was traced to his hands he re officeda of editorial is taken up in telling what he is going to JudkeThuk rr man was any sense oer nso opy o any part pf the record but only examitnation of the record that he had before him shows these statements to be false it will be difficult for Mr Lewis to explain satisfactorily the reason for the misrepresentation He says the written contract named lithe suits then pending against Green countin thr GREEN CIRCUIT COURT and all others that might Tnttencifically mentions only two suits one eedn CirfultCourtala ainst Green county pending in Strtesattingent fee for the amount of jany bonds issued by said Green county in mda save aid Green county in said SUItsor which may be controlled or settle by the decisions rendered in sai cause or either of them and said sec ond p irties are to defend all suits th may le brought against said count on accout t of said bonds or couponsjc c In he faceof this contract who can explai i Mr Lewis statement that the Thum s case and the Quinlan case in casetin any sense of the world and were not so re arded It does not require a lawye to know that the decision of the Unite States Supreme Court that the landcontrthe question against the cou tyIWh le this Thomas case speci fiI mentioned was yet pending undeter mme Mr Lewis suit was brought askih f judgment for five percent on what he claimed was the total amou of th county obligations on account of bond coupons interests c 627 09001 and in spite ot the subsequent judg ents against the county inj the Thor as and Quinlan cases of nearly 200 OOhe still claims in his kin wind d editorial that he has done fif teen y arsofl unremitting legal Work resul ing in a saving to Green coon of 100000 00 of her bonded debt Wi its interest He says further thltlithe grand tal f bonds and coupons defeated wer more than 60000000fof the total indebtedness of 62709000 No one can reconcile Mr Lew state eats relative to the answer filed by t le county With the allegations of the a ewer itself which he says he had befo e him and should have copied truthfully He says The county its answer admits the right of Plamb to recover the five per cent on 426 63730 In that ansv er the county ta0 the plaintiffs and a contingent fee of heretoforto tiffs to recover on the coupons saved them 1omthe plead inffs contentoIbetween and Green county The county admits the saving to the cadmit the amount of com pensation due Green county in its answer filed real ly says and we copy from the record The defendant says it is untrue and again denies that the amount of the obligations of defendant Green countv at the date of the employment of the plaintiffs owing by said count on account of the issual ofithe and coupons mentioned in the petition was 62709000 and says that the amount of said obligations at the rim of said employment was only 426 53730 It denies that plaintiffs have by their services sayed to sai county all its obligations as aforesaid It denies that the said Shortell case was tried on its merits denies that the plaintiffs and the said D T Towles and jhe said con as attorneys of the defendant Greien county haye saved Green county ny sum whatever on any bonds issued by said Green county We regret very much that Mr Lew should haye resorted to such means t deceive the public as to what the recor of his suit really shows we regret that he should have been so reckless In con tradicting record facts when the excuse of a fickle memory could not be made for him The issues of the case ar yet to be tried but it is rather peculi ar that if Mr Lewis is sincere in belie ing he has a just cause of action he should for the sake of a present advan tage deliberately with the record before him try so hardand so recklessly to distort and misrepresent it not real izing how easy it is for his deceptiomto be exposed We leave him and the citizens of Green county to settle their difference being principally interested in the spirit shown by Mr Lewis in denying that there is any issue because he thinks the very fact of a pending issue mig injure him politically This conduct certainly can not recommend him to the Voters anywhere in the district Why Druggists Recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank C Hanrahan a prominent druggist Portsmouth Va says For m recoda and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a gre meatrines on some others for the same purposes that costcmer so sure to appreciate my recommending it to him that I ive it the HajdonDrug Transposeds said I must throw up everything and take a sea voyupe Brlgps Got the cart before the horse didnt beBoston Tran rcrlpL The Breeding Sow The breeding soar should be selected on account Qtber fitness for Tier m temnl duties She should be long null teatlys d level back tine bead ears and coat and a good disposition Stuffing For Baked Fish ntUse one cup of breadcrumbs one even tnblespoonful of minced parsley one even tablespoonful of butter and the same of flour one cup of milk and one beareD egg 100 Reward 1 00 The readers ol this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one- dreacteddisease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only medicthiii tional disease requires a constitutional taktoen od and mucous surfaces of the system the destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by Ibuilding up the constitution and as Tiscurative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testi monials Address F J CHENEY Co To redo 0 inSold by Druggists 75c consffsi I Dip jTrustyIPractical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY DentalworkatreasonablepriC All rOffice over Haydon Barber BrD LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rife Fire and Accident Old Itoasachnsetts Mutual alwnye reliable theworldDR MIW HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG TORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12m 4tob p m usSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 9TOR6eHours r 8 to 9 A M1 to 2 p M DdSPRINGFIELD KJ Office in Opera House office phone Io 5 Residence No88 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPH6N S isDay 49vNight109 0T SCOTTh1AYESi ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will ractice In tile courts of Wnahlngto Appeahand eC C McCHORD AmATLAWVSpringfield Ky Will practice In all State andjederalCourta W D CLAYBROQKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will and adOhiin ngpeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER yOfficeWashingtonht S M CAMP BEL- LAUCTIONE1 R KysSX ng of public sales a specialty nableDr W R MORGAN fistatPERMANENTLY LOCATED Springfield1SoRates Reasonable PHONE 3 onIIAYESFuneral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t Best Attention shownuHandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone tiny 1U Night 74 R1 IJTHEr oner1501Weekly Nashville American i 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 175SemiWeekly 75ThriceaHome and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 150American 2eFarm and Fireside 1 175ReviewitsLippincotts Magazine 400Ledger435HarpersSunny South 1 L =1A t1ta44I7Sobr FflYMangeru on all Live SiCRIY DEsTR KILLS YS D ISEASE GERM ALL KINDS OP LICEAND- PARASITES nI I v We HaveiIt in- Stock L CroDrugStqfI Notice Poultry Raisei Now is the time of theyear to intil your fowls a good tonic R4lii44 aria Cholera Gapes Koup Canker iriLimberneck When fedas a preyeafiBs ItnotQnly keeps tbem healthy1iIII makes them lay Price 50c no no pay Guaranteed by your dru llilll rnaeaof poultry uc iiiSubscribe 1rnaLlIImIII III CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLI DAlllES The Sun and The Louisville 5tfTheJournal except bun ay6 4i 2rTheJournal anthree in WJThethreedays 3TheierJournal one year 2 m The dafcHeraldThe EveriiilCfPost 1IIIiPlUIIIIumal r rumr IF YOtJ WANT THEBES FLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or Springfiilds Choice MANUFACTURED BY J Wr JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT Slogans 61FREE Sewing Machine aijjrimEElasts longer tlmrany other mEEismore beautiful ttan any othe- r11FfREE i w has I e es vibration than any other biis easier to operate 11 than any other ImEEi04males a more perfect 25stiteltthananY otter 25E00isthe test of all comILmcdJA one t M6IINLQL5PCHICAGO a ILI4NfllSI ROBERTSON CLAYJBROO cb Agent ekP IiENFSDA SEETEMBERisrrpog 0 SIpSSHEL sUN waD EVXKY WEDNESDAY DESCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance X L SMITH Editor art Publisher mired at the poetoffice at Springfield for transmission the sails as secondclassmatter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION tdJtiYontka 60 Itoee Mcntbu 25 Democratic TicketI CIRCUIT JUDGE I H Thurman 1 COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY 1C S Hill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVE T D Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERKW F Booker CiRctTiT CLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEYT Scott Mayes SBERIFFS J Anderson SCBOOLSUPERINTENDENTJW Bush JAILERGeo D Catlett ESSORW T Mitchell CoRONERDr W E Crume SURVEYORWm G Roberts r NURMANS SPEECH AT LEBANON I t Lebanon Enterprise Judge Thurmans address Monday at the court house in the interest of his candidacy for reelection to the ofl of Circuit Judge was delivered in the presence of one of the largest audiences of voters ever assembled in the court building the room being crowded and k standing space about the doors and windows being occupied as far away as the speakers voice would reach Man there were who had to forego the pleas t tire of his address because of their ma bility to get within hearing distance of his voice For more than two hours he held the earnest and respectful atten tips of this splendid audience romr opening to finish his address was masterly and fred from abuse nte tinjf the highest expectations ot his friends and meriting the respect of honest op ponents No not even his bittere t enemy who has manhood within him could tail to admire his splendid courage land the able manner in which he met the vicious thrusts and vile falsehoods of those who seek his political destruction and deteat With no dodging or shadow of turn lag he met fairly and squarely ever issue and pretended issue of the campaign he advanced the soundest reasons ss to bow and why Mr Lewis had been entered in the contest against him showed who the wolves in sheeps clothing were who were howling at his heels and attempting ina large measure to use the livery of the Republican party in which to strike their blows in the dark Replying to the wanton recklessness of the charge that his rulings and decIs- ions did not stand wellin the Court Appeals he showed by quoting from therecords of the Court of Appeals th his record to date is 63 per cent of af firmances when the average is only 57 per cent He further showed that to January 1 1909 his record of affirm ces was 69 per cent about the same as that of Judge Field who prior to his death had been oh the bench twen years and who was regarded as probably the ablest CircuitJudge in the At this point we wish to assert with the emphasis at our command that there notanother Circuit Judge in Ken tucky of the same age and same nu ber of years on the bench whose record will equal or deserves greater merit than that of Judge Thurman of the Eleventh He took the court records of this district and plainly and forcibly paint eelNo out the falsity ot the persistent charge that he was prejudiced against ti liquor interests showing conclusive that his rulings in all cases of this biad been upheld by the Court of Appeals and that he had in many instances jfiyen preemptory instruction to the t jury to find the defendants notguilty His reply to the unseemly and malicious charge that Tie had discriminated against mejpbers of the Roman Catholic church Wiiscdmplete and it was greetedIhis remarks that he had the entire con fidencebf his large audience and that there was not one In it who believed he cauldbe ginltv of such a thing or even capable of doing such a thing We b lieve that this iniamous charge repeated so often by the organ of the opposition will make Judge Thurman ten votes where it loses him one and we further Relieve that few Catholics appreciate such methods and that the vast majority of them will cast their ballots against the man or set of men who un dertakes to profit by arousing religious prejudices The Leaders charge that the order the McPherson and Lewis case a alDstI Green county was entered in Judge Thurmans handwriting and heavily in jterlined was denounced as a base false hood and backed up by documentary evidence from the circuit court clerk of Green county and others who bore wit ness in respectful language that not a jword of the order in question was writ ton by Judge Thurman This refutation aIcomplete ai it was condemmg and is only another sample of the methods the opposition is uSIng to accomplish Judge Thurmans defeat if it can be done The task however is a herculean one and faces are growing pale under it weightHe also disclosed the origin and to aJlarge extent the ownership of the Leader and made clear the motive that actuated it to devote almost h lfitsc space each week to bitter and malicious attacks upon him and showed that al thoughit claimed to be a Republican paper that he had been informed fromI leaset liDownedDemocrats He showed likewise the duplicity of Mr Lews position in ad vocating and standing upon a platform which expressly declares in favor of an ucYh a speech by such a man must necesarily iadd from time to time new recruits to Judg Thurmans already assured hand reelectionI Live Stock Markets j Apor by Bourbon Stock Journal Bo ut bon Stockyards lisviHe Sept14CattleRe ceipts 83j for the two days 2340 the attendance of buyers was very light and the demand limited the market very quietstrictly choice butcher cattle of desirable weights closed about steady while all medium and inferior kinds closed dull The feeder and stocker buhssteadv v canners and cutters dull choice milch cows steady no heavy cattle here feel ing abOut steady heCalvesReceiptR 149 tod the two days 392 the market about steady best veals selling from 77i some fancy a shade higher medium 56J comm o 24c Hogs Receipts b80 for the two days 7592 the market ruled about steady we quote selected heavy and medium weights 196 lbsandup at 8810 hoofgs a shade higher light shippers 130 to froatm 5506 for light pigs 7710 tor good heavy pigsand roughs 710 down grassy halffat s almost unsalable henand two 669 the market was very quiet and not much doing with btynat seconds 4i4jc Yeallthe at stock ewe trade GRAINmWHEAT v No 2 red and longberryl aryl No 3 red and longborry 01l Rejected 3cleas on levee IJic less CORN rNo 2 white 13I No2mixedbOATSNewh2 white No 2 mixed = Rye I 80 The prices for wheat are thorn paid by deal eelytOliverfirstclass condition having beenusel1r only three months For further par ticulars and terms apply at this office c Central Association r Central Association of Baptistchurches mettii meeting at Leba n n Baptist church on Sept 7 1909 The Association was called to order omptly at 10 a m by the moderator I stir of the eleven churches was repre s nted both by letter and messenger eWt E Selecman was reelected Mod erator and J H Hancock clerk W E Selecman then presented the Asso ration with a gavel which was made f Bodock wood grown on his place he first day was given over to visiting Goodyrowdspresent on ground ras the second day the Association called to order promptly at 10a the house filled with messen visitors At 2 p mof the fWithday W O Carver D D of Jry delivered wonderful on Missions in discussing the sport on Foreign Missions Among the visiting brethren were r D G Bow W J Mahoney S C 3umphrey etc file Association adjourned at 4 p m to meet with Pleasant Grove church in Washington county on the Tuesday be ore the first Monday in Sept 1910 All was harmonious and progressive Narrow Escape aroldxchild of MrJ W Riedel who has suffered several severe injuries from acci dents came very nearly losing iris life Saturday night as the result of lan ac cident Mrs Riedel and children were calling at the home of Mr J J McCabe The children were playing around the room which Mrs Gwin Marks was playing the piano On the piano there was ghted lamp and the child in his play the piano cover and pulled the lamp1 over on him striking his shoulder f rid slightly burning him The childs lothes were saturated with oil and its almost a miracle that he was not urned to death As soon as the lamp ell it was nicked up and thrown into he yard in time to keep it from doing ny further damage than the slight in wry suffered by little Bob Purchase Pine Mules Wheeler and Spalding have recently teased amongstithese were eight fine 4yearold 15i ands high from Chas Brady Spring silt Ten fine mules running from 15 to 15i hands high 4yearolds from Vm Cocanougher of Springfield Sight fine mules from three to five ears from Kent Smith of Springfield These mules are to be fattened for th Atlanta winter market Mr Hugh a Stiles of Danville sold o Wheeler and Spalding 13 head of fine roung mules at 150 per head Bards town Standard eautiful Home Changes Hands nThe handsome home of the late R Y cElroy on West Main street was sold it auction yesterday afternoon There vere several bidders for the property The Isuccesstul one however was Mrs Dora Sanders who bought the places her mother Mrs Geo H Buchanan of Campbellsville The price paid was ilO300 and possession is to be give on October 15 Mrs McElroy has not ally decided upon her plans for the fu ure but it is probable she will movE iq Louisville to make her home The pose on Depot street occupied by S H Grihstead Co was bought by J M Rains for 1b00Lebanon Enter rise i Kills WouldBe Slayer t A merciless murderer is Appendicitis flth many victims But Dr Kilngs ew Life Pills kill it by prevenl ipn hey gently stimulate stomach liver nd bowels preventing that clogging that invitee appendicitis curing Co sti anon Biliousness Chills Malaria leadache and Indieestion 25c at Hay on and Robertsons Farm for Sale 1rI desire to sell my farm of 137 acres ituated on the Wilhsburg and Chaplin urnpike about Qnemile from landinom hot se with all necessary outbuild ings Good orcnard and plenty of w ter MRS SUSAN A CHEATHAM Dr Oil T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK ASPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes The Final Settlement at The Opera House Monday Sept WANTEDStonemasons Apply t- oJR MAYES Springfield Ky Complete line of Fall and Winter Millinery at Wathen Shaders oppc site Presbyterian church LOST A medium size silver open face watch Elgin works Lost between Texas and my home Reward if re turned to R J YOUNG FOR SALEJ CHEAPThe Century Dic tiorary arid Encyclopaedia Complete in 10 volume HC LEE The newest and latest styles in Readyto Wear Trimmed and Un trimmed Hats for fall and winter at Wathen Shaders over Jim Graves jewelry store Last week The Sun published that Mr Robt Thompson had purchased of Mr J R Durrett his farm in thePleas ant Grove neighborhood for 6000 which should have been 9000 itasoIline engine see the MIAMI at A C Kimballs NOTICE I will open my millinery store about September 20 in the Peo ples Bank building I desire to thank thee public for their past patronage and hope to have a continuance of same Respectfully MRS NANNIE MULLIGAN Try Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it The Final Settlement at the Opera House Monday Sept 27 The Evening Post says of this play in part A ripping play of genuine meritbelongs to the same class of plays as The Man ot The Hour and The Lion and The Mouse and does no suffer by compar isoni Dont fail to see it If you are going to buy a Wheat Drill dont fail to see the Thomas A full carload of Birdsell wagons just arrived See them Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL toehave them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed Try Kentucky Star Fiour So gOod Kentucky Star Flour Best made FOR SALEi I desire to sell my farm qf 193 acres situated about 2 miles below Burks Distillery on Hardins crieek 4 miles from Loretto 4 miles from Mantoii 6 miles from St Rose on the Elizabeth road Good tobacco land 16 acres bot tom land 100 acres of grass between 600 and 700 rods of rock fence Want to sell before sowing wheat SMITHnSpringfield Ky Rt FARMERS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Q 5 t BANKIncorporated Mackvllk Ky CAPITAL 1500000 SURPLUS PROFIT 300000 We offer you fair treatment with every accommodation that is con gThBank depends largely on its Dire tors who must be men of abilitV as well as integrity as they are the men who direct its affairs We present a strong boardastrong institution andare anx ious to serve you J B PETER President ELVIN BIRCH I VPresident J SI SMITH r Cashier DIRECT RS JBPeter Eljln Birch J T Sweeney Dan J M Russell James Cocbran Geo W Powell C Shewmaker JW Best MatherliJOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXOOOCXXXX3 1T T r I I Ready to Shop Today I J f Are you coming out to see all the nice garmentson 1 exhibit Going around just to look and form ideas I If you are whether you intend to make a single purchase I or not wed be most happy to have you make this store your headquarters and to spend a little time In our I garment section We have received some new numbers I i IPalmerGarmen ISpecialinducements to those who I purchase a Suit or Cloak Early Pettitcoats at Bargain Prices for a few days CALICO WRAPPERS 75100 and 125 grade for this week C I I The ROBERTSON I CLAYBROOKECOIINCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I Do You Want toBuyaFarmHr w prltiWtAbout 100 farms In stir hands See partial list bitow Springfieldpleats of water all under good fence Price 50 per acre twodwellinggrass plenty of never failing water all wider good fence No 3196 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two fencePriceNo 4 SSfacres one mile east of Mckville8 room dwelling allkindsgrass Price 3500 No 5128 acres 7 mires from Sbringfield12mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 6120 acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine t Lock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overft wlandPrlce 85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 nwlanddwellingfruit plenty of water Price 2500i fromLorein grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural landPriceNo 10961 acres 3 mil s from Springfield close to school six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64 good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 t allmtobacco land Price 4000 per acre LAKE BOSLEY e1e e r I c c i THE SPRING Et1Y SUNWEnNEb yi S1PTeMBERi 1909YL + + + f + + s WilliamsMillineryLon IiI + WHAT TO BUY WHEN TOUY iBUYtS1tthJ c t + is your and our pleasure to wait on you fitA iWMrs KATE WI TAMS tW t 4 tWtMM + ++ ti++ W V STALLARD D P 6 SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72- TEETH Pain or DenYer flretAliinzfseadvertised GUARANTEED LOver McElroy Shaders Grocery 3EI r rtOO OOOOqoo oa01 I Personal tyotes D oI Oi 0 iIVisitors In and Out of Town A 0 J Round Up of the Weeks n Personal News O DO 9 OOOoo oo0oo Messrs John F imms and Kent S Illt hwtre in Bardsto in Monday McE roy is m Oklahoma Miss Sue Ray spent Sunday in Bloomfield Mr Hamilton Merrimee and Miss Maria Merrimee of Louisville are guests of Mr Ben Haydon and family Miss Mary Louise Eckert of Lou isville is the guest of Miss Flora Mudd Mrs Geo Medley and Mrs Ben Spalding are spending a few days in Owensborjb MrsIW D McElroy entertained at Flinch Tuesday afternoon Mr Chris Hertlem was in Fairfield SundayI Miss Marie Maloney of Louisville has returned to school at St Catharine Mr T Martgaret Spalding wtt visit Mrs R H Edelen of Louisville during the fair- Miss Stella Simms is the guest of Miss Florence Mattingly of Louisville Mrs Ji I Vimsatt and children of Louisville arrived today to visit Mrs Jame Willetl Miss Motile Dorsey is visiting rela tives in Louisville Mrs W K Robertson is spending a few days in Louisville r hills Lou Booker left today for a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Minnie Blanford is the guest of relatives in Louisville Miss Margaret Edelen returned to her home in Birmingham Ala last Friday after spending the summer in Spnngfield Mrs Bessie Riedel has returned home after a visit to relatiyes0in Lou isvilte Miss Mabel Price has returned from- a several weeks visit in Bardstown and Bloomfield She was accompanied home by her sister Mrs Jesse Rapier of Bardstown Mr W P Clay rooke is attendmg the State Fair Dr W F Trusty is quite ill at his home on West Mam Street fie is suffering from typhoid fever Messrs Will Wharton and Spalding Clements will spend Thursday and Friday in Louisville Mrs Geo Hoskms of Campbeljs ville is the guest of Mm C R Mc Whorter Rev Irl P Haynes has returned from a visit to his parents in Marshall Mot Mrs Alice Miller of New Hope who has been the guest ot Mrs W F Trusty has returned home Little Nellie Ruby Riedel is ill ot typhoid fever Mrs Dudley Wells of Lebanon was here Monday Mr Downing Robertson left Monday for Staunton Vawherehe will attend school nd- Mlss Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertlem Sophia Hertlam are visiting ih Louisville Messrs Arthur and Ralph McGill will spend Thursday and Friday in Lou isville Mr Dudley Robertson left Monday to attend Beech mont College near Lou 1isvllleMisses Zelma Mellvoyi and Addle Willett entered school at St Catharine Monday Mr and Mrs Dudley Tapp and ts1Mrfield the latter part of last week Mr H M Grundy and Miss Kate Mayes are in Cincinnati this week buying goods for the firm of Gfrundy Mc Intire Mr and Mrs JF reeve are in Louisville this week Mr Joe Smith was in Louisville oh business last weekp Hon John W Lewis was in Greens burg Saturday Misses Mary and Veola Brownat tended the funeral of Mrs Sallie Gnf fing at Perryville Saturday IiTInstore and get a- f nice loaf of Cream Bread or some nice Cakes They iare baked every day Theyre deli- ciousHVisit Our lceless Soda Fountain and Em joy some of the Refreshing Drinks Katie ilertlein Bro MrJ H Mchreandf mily have returned from a visit to relatives at High trove L Dr W V St ilard and Miss Myrtle Campbellspent Sunday in Fairfield Misses Agnes Wand Jennie Carrico have returned f oma weeks stay in Louisville Mrs J Ri Smith has returned to j her home inBi field after a visit to her son Mrs Kent Smith and family MrstG E Medley Mrs B A Spalding Mr Btn Simms and Mn Wathen Simms at flMrs Flaget Wathen at Bardstown Junction Saturday Mrs Sallie Simms and Miss Ellen Wathen were called to BardstownJunc tion last week b the death of their motner Mrs FlagJt Wathen Mrs Virginia Thompson has returned t to her hone in liardstown after a visit to the family of Mr T Scott Mayes Misses Spaldini and MofTett of Lebanon attended the childrens last Thurelay falrj Mrs Felix Hamilton of spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Theresa HaganiMrs Kate Williams spent the first part of the week in Lexington and Lou isville Miss Mabel Williams left Monday for Hamilton College Lexington Messrs JF W ginton Jr and Lewis Thomas of inchville Shelby county visited MrsJ Waters andC family last week Mr and Mrs P J Thomas are spending this week in ihelby county Mr L B Cain is in Mackville on business this week Mr W D McElro isin Louisville this week Miss Alma Spalding of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Margaret Hagan Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes are attending the State Fair tJrandMrs W Hi Snodgrass of Morganfield Kyare visiting the fam ily of Mr Ben H Young Mrs N G Marks isited Mrs J E Ferguson at Vallejj Hill the first of the week Mr J F regory Mrs Lucien Gregory and Miss Susie Moore attended the funeral of Mrs Sam Gregory in Louisville last Friday The following young people attend ed the house party given by Miss Ellen Gregory of the Pleasant Grove neigh borhood last week Robt Sheay Wm McFay Richard Butte ana Misses Isa belle and Frances Steffeh of Coving ton Ky Misses EleanorReed and Mary Logan Neale Mrs R A McElroy has returned home after a two months Visit to relatives in Iowa While in Iowa Mrs McElroy had her arm b oken in an automobile accident but has about recovered Mrs McElroy was accom panied by Miss Maude Blyfhe her niece who will be her guest for several weeks Mr and Mrs C H Boh nnonhave returned from Warsaw Jnd where they visited their cousins Mand Mrs J R Dye who were severely burned ina gas explosion severalreeks ago an account of was in The Sun MrBohannon ir forms The Sun that Mr and Mrs Dye v ere burned about their back chest arn s and face so badly that all the skin dripped from their bodies four days afte the burn ing MAtiKVIfLE We are sorry to report that Mr Lon y Turner is no better at this writ ingIMr and Mrs JwB Peter spent a few days at Bryan tsville last wee Several from here attended he party at Mrs Fenwicks last Fri ay nights All report a good time W J Matherly has gone to Liberty Missouri where he is to atte id school again Mr Frank Call is very sic k at this writing Miss Ethel Turner went to I idianap oils last Saturday to purchase a line ofI fall millinery Everything fin and up to date After five years expe ienqe in the wholesale millinery house a Indianapolis Miss Ethel is fully able to give you good service Will be loca ed over J N Culls dry goods store Your patronage solicited Purchase Farms Mr Robert Thompson has sold the farm which he purchased about two weeks ago trom Mr Jas Willett to Mr Henry Whiteman for a profit of 1200 Mr J R Dqrrett has purchased from Mrs Elizabeth Hord her farm two miles from Springfield on the Springfield and Polin pike The consideration- was 60 an acre ban Kelly has sold his farm two miles from town on the Springfield and Wilhsburg pike to Mr Chas Brady actmg for John Kimberhn for 65 per acre There are about200 acres in the place Local Option Election For Nelson County Bardstown iKy Sept 14 Petitions have been filed asking that an election be held in Nelson county to decide whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold in the county The court ordered an election to be held December 18 At the last election Nel son county w twetJJbv 265 votes Births Born to the wife of John L Barber on Monday Sept 13 a daughter The little baby has been named Lena Born to the wifeof Walter E Leach man yesterday in Louisville a son Born to the wife of S E Clements adaurterMaryC The frame warehouse ear the depot belonging to Messrs R E4 IIYoung atd and J M Rains was destroyed by fire Wednesday night about 930 Loss abont 1000 with 600 insurance The building was not being used but there were some trucks scales etc used there last winter by the tobacco buyers These were destroyed The cold storage plant of the Leban n Carriage and Implement Coon eithe side were slightly damaged Both wee insured The New French Premier Arlstlde Brland the ney French premier Is a brilliant scholar orator avowed Socialist and was tpe author thCjevnrauonlaw March 28 1862 attended school in that city and finally became a lawyer He was elected to represent the Loire In the chamber of deputies Five yens ago be was known only among his own party the Socialists He was appoInted reporterof the church and state bill andpartlonIBoon became re ogni high au lARISTIDE thortty on ed to draw up a bill broadly liberal ini spirit but devoid Af fanaticism and designed to assure freedom of worship and con science For his work on that bill bo was elevated to the post of t miuister of public Instruction and worship During the church and state troubles- he acted with firmness and modern tion and after the death of M Juyot Dessaigne on Dec 31 1007 he Vas pointed minister of justice rcthinln also the ministry of worshipI f ITh Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams o Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had affec ted his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Hheum Sores and all Blood Disor ders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by Haydon and Robertson Try Kentucky Star Flour Itsmade like grandfather used to make it Kentucky Star FlourBest made COMINIIII 1 fr i i 5rr1sLLcand Trained Animal Exposition SPRINGEIRD SEPT24 cTripled r Mighty Modern Monarch of The Arenic WorldiEMBRACING EVtRYTHINQ EXTRAORDINARY and EXHIBITING EVERYTHING EXCEPTIONAL Three Distinctly Diversified and Colossally Corn plete in One Unequalled in size quality S 4San honest character v vi All the World contributes to this Traveling city f of splendors Amazing assembly of all thats best in the exhibition field The WHOLE WORLD RANSACKED for WONDERS Convocation of Acrobats Leapers Gymnasts Tumblers and Equilibrists Startling New Feature Acts and Performances Clown contingent of2o Grandspectacular Arabian Carnival Regal HorsesDogsPerforming elephants j The Finest Collection of Wild Animals in the entire World Containing All Earth Most Curious Creatures The LargestJathennJt iiaoe the Deluge Far Beyond Comparison Splendid Specimens of alltJIie Marvelous Types of Brute Creation Gold Glittering Grand Free Street l Parade at Noon okVIElephants Stately Camels Open Dens of Wild Beasts Pretty Prancing Ponies Beautiful Women Magnificent Costumes 2 Performances DailyillT- flAt 2 and 8 pm oJ i Grand Tree Exhibition on the Show roues iafter the parade rort t L f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER ISI9O h roi Tr fH HORSEMAN t fm R Gilbert the well known live etck authority gives the following iraluable points on treating simple ally tsenffi of hones Peihathe most urgeat cases af Imme4lateiertz R4 of these 1 x1118 ak firstNTM most commonacelde is are per imps sprung tendons and the throw ing of the curb The latter usually arises from the formation of the bocks but this Is not Invariably the case Instances of the curb frequently arising from a slip on a piece of slippery ground while the horse Is gallop ing from a sudden strain or from tile takeoff of a Jump being bad In such cases he generally shows great lame BeN at once On arriving at his sta ble an enlargement is discernible immediately below the point of the hock or hocks where the seat of the curb rests and treatment cannot be resorted to jtoo promptly If taken In hand at once the animal may reasonably be ex pected to regain his soundness In the course of a week or so It is hardly necessary to say that perfect rest Is required after having been rubbed well with any spirit When delay in treatment has una Totdably occurred cold water Is the beet thing If It can be applied with sufficient force through a hose or from a pipe for from fifteen to twenty minutia This may be followed by an ap plication of one ounce of corrosive sublimate dissolved In one ounce of spirit of wine applied with a paint brush at night and washed off the next morning with strong salt and water It will not blister and it is not necessary to cut the hair off the leg Sprains of all sorts naturally call for rest and a proper course of treatment but there is for Immediate use a good and simple liniment which should be rubbed in dally until proper surgical aid can be obtained It is composed of rosefwnary three drains turpentine three threeAi1rnar washYSteaspoonfulsv Toibislet the mixture stand till cool tIs often necessary to plaster a wound up before a veterinarian has time to arrive and therefore it may noFbe amiss to give a simple recipe trniqk1 sticking plaster It Is as follows Tallow two ounces burgundy pitch four ounces Spread on lin en while hot To make an effectual blister melt the following ingredients dyer a slow fire till dissolved and then with the fingers rub the paste into tile part affected Cantharid s pulverized four ounces turpentine two ounces English rosin two ounces beeswax two ounces Greasy heels are common complaints of the stable but one for which Jt hardly seems necessary to call in ap vlce the remedy and still more the prevention being so simple Sudden changes of temperature or diet are very likely to produce them and horsemen should be very careful after washing the legs to dry them thoroughly more especially if they have used warm water Underbred horses grow more hair about heir fetlocks than well bred ones andJn R t li cases It is advisable iinptoHorses with poor constitutions or those put of health are naturally more liable to be affected than others and therefore require the more care to pro tectthem against grease or cracked heels When one Is found to be suffering from grease a laxative should be given and a warm poultice be applied for several days to the part affected this being changed every five or six hours l time it Is Changed care should be taken to cleanse the wound well with warm water and a oTuT5on of chloride of lime or zinc Attetwu l- an astringent application may be uspa It be made from either o the- following Equal parts of sulphate of tint and sugar of lead dissolved Iii water or two drams of sulphate of zinc one plnt of water and enough flaxseed ideal to make a paste Soak a pledget of tow In the solution and fix it In Its place by means of a bandage Milk Value of Corn Foddeit Trials at the Vermont station show there is no material difference In milk producing value between Immature and mature corn fodder when compared on the basis of dry matter Tile same results were secured with silage made from mature and Im mature corn A pound of dry mat ter ottbe Immature corn produced the same results as a pound of dry matter of the mature corn This stig tests that if corn is cut too the farmer loses too many poundsand an the other hand if cut too late too much in the way of course butts is wasted f The Dairymans Silo With the excessively high price of BtUI feed the dairyman should turn to the silo It is the cheapest food he can get for ills cows And the silo is not an expensive thing to build With a little help any farmer San do it Good land win produce ten tons of silage per acre and at a cost of only 150 per ton when It Is landed 1n the silo Silage gives Juicy food all winter and thus takes the place of pasture and soiling for that season Every farmer with milk cows should aye a Mo r THE LONELY HUSBAND fBJe wlfeViaway There is doubt Because hes searching In and out Tor find these things t He needs the most pepeta fryjngi pan and thingrBoth day and night heal him swear tHes looked high low yAnd everywhere But stlll for these He seeks in vain His change of underwear clean collars socks negligee shirt extra shoestrings Shaving mug bath towelSi pen and Ink bird seed his derby hat rain coat and clothes brush And then he wires Cone home again Detroit Free Press A Family Likeness = UP CIsSIeOh Reggie dont give it to him give it to his father Comic Cuts Nerve He shambled into the fashionable lunch room and seated himself unclean artificial palm Errwell me man snapped the swell waiter elevating his nose until it was on a line with the ceiling How much is your planked steak Three dollars and twenty five centsThe unwelcome caller looked as though he bad been hit with a baseball bat Three dollar and twentyfive cents for a planked steak1 was a painful pause and then tire stranger fished deep down into the pocket of his trousers and drew forth a dime Here boss take dis 1 only Want de plank Chicago News Tough on Sandy Lady began Sandy Pikes ashe stopped at the wayside cottage two weeks ago I passed here and you told me to emulate the busy ant Yes my poor man responded the housewife And did you I did mum to me sorrow When I passed a picnic in de grove 1watchef1 de busy ant tackling de ice cream and cakes and when I tried it de men licked me de boys stoned me and de dogs chased me No more imitating idei busy ant fer me mumSt Louis Post Dispatch Not Within His Jurisdiction A well known Judge invited a bar rister friend of his to go for a short trip on his yaqht A storm came up and the boat began to roll and toss in a manner which the lawyer did not relish The judge laid a hand on his friends shoulder and saidMy dear fellow Is there anything 1 can do to make you comfortable Yes was the grim reply Over rule this motion Modern Society Presence of Mind Mr Phaii roaring from the top of the stairs Mildred What is that young man doing down there so latec Mildred sweetly Hes just doping out how the teams will finish for tbtj pennant Mr Phan mollIfiedAll right Tell him to take his time not overlooking past performances and the possibility of a slump and when he gets done he ckn compare it with my list behind the dock on the bookcaseYuck 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Howlaoartered with his regiment near Port Jackson Australia where she was going tp Join hlml1ull her little daughter Grace a beautiful child of six years As Mrs Howland was assisted up the gangplank she noticed Mark Mold and shuddered You need not be afraid maam t said the cantalnoTbe criminals wilt be kept In the hold chained They can do you no harm Can you not send them away from bere11 wish you would- I regret that cannot as have agreed to take them As Hay after day passed the bright little cherub Grace spread light and Joy throughout the vessel Soon she noticed on deck the convict Mdrk Mold who having been taken ill in the confined air below had been relieved of his chains and led up to breathe the fresh air A pleased look crossed his haggard tact as he in haled the pure breeze and looked out on the broad blue rolling ocean Wont you have some Here take it You may have It all fell a child ish voice on his ear and looking down he saw Grace at his knee holding up her cake He seemed about to put his handon her head when Mrs Howland gently but quickly drew the child away The man showed no emotion at this action of the ladyT You must never near that had man again said Mrslowland Just as she spoke a heavy squall struck the ship hurling her down and almost on her beam ends and driving her through the water with everything humming Suddenly there was a wild sbrlek from Mrs Howland as little Grace who had attempted to run into the cabin was literally blown to leeward into the sea liMy child 0 God save my child screamed the distracted mother whose voice however was nearly drowned by the booming thunder of wind and ocean the rattling of canvas the slat ting of sheets and ropes and the swash ing hissing noise of the sweeping spray The sailors looked with appalled faces on the form of Grace as she was borne along by the merciless waves Not one of them dared to venture over board In that tempest and as to low ering a boat it was simply Impossible as no boat could live in such a storm Save her Will no one save my child screamed Mrs Howland con fronting the seamen with clasped hands and frenzied beseeching eyes They looked at each other aud not one moved for all felt that certain death awaited the man who should plunge into that wrathful ocean but Mark Mold plunged overboard anq the mother elung to a backstay eager ly watching for his reappearance but seeing nothing ol him she bowed her head on the ralL moaning und raYing like a maniac Still raged the storm and omtorethe ship farther and farther from the place where the man and child had gone overboard The seamen exchaug ed ominous glances and shook their heads Soon the quill swept far away to leeward thi ship righted and the sun gleamed frjm a clear sky upon a clearing sea nowIan to the hearts of all on deck I see something two miles off the lee quarter God grant It be the man and child His boat was soon down with gno oarsmen Injt with Mrs Howland of wild anxious bopeln the stern sheets Nearer to that distant speck drew the boat There hei Is cried the watchful captain at last I thinkllbelleve but am lint certainbeyes yes thank God faooray hoorayhe has the child Yes therewas the convict In fh water holding up the child that th mother might see It Such a scream of Joy as burst from that mothers lips it would have don you good tq hear A few minutes later Grace nestled on her bosom weak and faInt but showing signs of rapid recovery as the bappywoman strained her to her breast showering kiss after kiss upo jAlmost to unconscious ness Mark Mold lay in the bottom of the boat scarcely hearing the mother hardly the pressure of her lips upon his hinds when at length she turned to hIm warmly expressing he gratitude On arriving at Fort Jackson Mr Howland related to her husband the colonel the gallant conduct of Mark Mold who thereafter was constantly befriended during his hard prison life by the grateful officer This kind treatment the fltt he had ever received fromn human belnu Bihcehe became an outlaw had a sof tening effect on Marks character and he conducted himself so well that the colonel at length succeeded In obtain lag for him iti commutation of his pen alty which had been tor twenty years to half that time When at last the prisoner was diR charged thejcoionel procured him em ployment t liberated convict be came a steady honest man TEACHING HORSES TO JUMP Then dCeaxiinp andngATherefare three methods o teaching an1drlviugyoung horse Is turned Into a small paddock having a low hedge or hyMl aCI98Sjhe center In plain view of rider on a veteran Jumper him over the hurdle sev oppositesideand cats the horse shaking up the grain aid pouring It with his band back an forth Jn the receptacle The bopndftlfwill soon be cleared and s mouthfuls have been eaten the station of the Instructor should 6e at the other side of the hurdle and the lesson repeated If this he done daily e hurdle may be gradually heiphteiiied The hkblt of jumping Is thus ac quired without those risks witch at tend a novel performance wbena heavy b rden oppresses the strength and whip and spur distract the at ten tIon The horses body says COU- ntry Life In America is not partially disabled by the Imposition of a heavy load before the powers are taxed to the utmost and his capabilities are un fetteredThe and method is termed lunging A ong rein or cord is attached to the bi and the animal Is exercised in a circle In which a hurdlej has been placed oi a SbRllowdttch dugA long lashed blP used only to keep him In mot n or lightly applied at the proper oment will keep him tip his worSoon the horse will enter Into the spirit of the occasion and by unmistal able signs will manifest his enttiusas ii erijpynient of the exercise The third method driving Is exactly what Its name Implies At tfrst the obstructs n should be slight Any open sp ce will answer the purpose an earth or sod surface or itnn baric being referable Long reins a straight ar or snuffle hit a long whip and pats nce and perseverance are re- quIred All things considered the driving method is the quickest and surest way of teacbl ig the horse to leap When he has become somewhat proficient having ttoroughly learned what is re quired o1 him the saddle may be called imo requisition and the prac tical lessons begun Almost any young horse can be taught to leap Of course his profi ciency wi depend on thg care bestowed on his training and on his general nerveAnnthe erotic envy of an Irish hunter but any hors that Is used for saddler will be of far greater value to his own er If her can be taken occasionally fOr a cross country ride and put over ditches at d low obstructions Ethics and Morality If a wo tans husband has been silly enough to take more wine than Is good for him norallty would lead her t send him to bed Ethics would lead her to seid him to Coventry And tfsend him id a penal settlement for in ebr late ifal mans wife throws a teapot at him as happened recently in the arcs lireeto go out n t the house for an hour 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and under 9 Robt Yankey 1st Sidney Sreen 2d t Best Girl Rider under 16 years old tHeanor Reed 1st May Mayes 2d Best Boy Rider under 16 Booker Robertson 1st Allen Boblitt 2d VHitchup Rings by gill under 16 rapscarid harness complete Eleanor Seed 1st May Mayes 2dOHarness Pony Allen Boblitt Saddle Pony Allen Boblitt Handsomest Pony Turnout Allen Boblitt 1st Bob Shultz 2d Worst Turnout Koger Martin 1st looker Robertson 2d Free forall any fowl or animal ex eept dog from 6 inches to 3 feet lobe Jedor driven Stewart Greene 1st Paul Socas 2dbSack Race Stewart Greene 1st del ob1tt2d Foot Race J mile E 0 Kelly 1st 3ene Cox 2d Tom Spalding 3d Bicycle Race 5 mile Ricketts Boul ware 1st Clel Boblitt 2d Roger Martin 3d Foot Race J mile Jack McChord 1st f HAPPY HOLLOW f llriLen Chesher and family spent Saturday and Sunday with the family Gl Mr Sol Kays Miss Myrtle Armstrong was on the sick list last week Mrs ErastusPerkins spent from Sat- inday until Tuesday with her fathe- Mr John Armstrong and family at this place Mr Johnnie Matherly and famil- spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs BellHanby Mr Erastus Shields is on the sick Kit Mrs Edward Hanby and Mrs Sa Ceulterspent last Saturday with Mrs Jtoftw Armstrong Mr Marion Douthemi and mother of LeRoy III are spending several weeks with Mrs Doutherns daughters Mrs Jell Hanby of this place and Mrs Floyd of near Willisburg Mrs J M Shields happened to very bad accident a few days ago whi Jamringi fruit the jar broke cutting her land She is some better at this writ mgtMrs John Armstrong and two daug ters Miss Myrtle Armstrong and Mrs Erastus Perkins spent last Tuesday with Mr Edward Hanby and wife JSfr E L parish happened to a ye sinful accident one day last wee Messrs Parish and Hall were hauling w logs to the mill on Mr Parish 9 place and the wagon turned over on Mrs Pariah hurting him badly but he js able to do his work Mn John Armstrong andt family apent Saturday and Sunday with- rastusPerkins Mr and wite i tw lN jI1Af Mrs lava HinesIld1Uttle daughter of near TaylorsyiUe are speeding several weeks with her father Mr J M Shields na d family Mr Sabe Coulter and family dined at the homeof Mrs Nancy Scott Sunday Mr Walter Hanby spent Sunday with hIS sister Mrs Johnnie Matherly ol neir Scruggs ville Mr John Crow and family attende- meetingg at Willisburg Sunday Mrs J M Shields and two daughters Mrs Sabe Coulter and Mrs Sara Mines spent Monday with thef of Mr John Jenkins of hear Willis burg j V VALLEY HILL ll HEJvthere guests of Mrs MvReed Thursday n ght Misses Virginia and Nellie Foster hoive returned to their home in Louis th wijt W R Ballard and N M Weekly were in Bardstown last week on bust 4s rthur Whiteman and your corre spondent of this place attended the so d hias 5 country near Mackville Saturday eY ll tigThe event was one ofd much pleasure andwl11longbeTe merbeledbYhose present Irs W Hyancey and little daugh ter of Midway visited relatives a t Hardesty Sunday jMr and Litre 1arem Louisville this week r B B Leachman arid wife o f Pleasant Grove visited Mr andMrs Ci Grundy of this place Sunday krs T A Tatum visited Mrs W F Moran Sunday relativei s at this place of the serious illness of mMrMr and Mrs Frank Janes of near Spnnggeld visited relatives at thi place last week M rand Mrs M Reed are the guests of FosterIf 808 E Market St Louisville during the State Fair Robert Vivian and Bradley Tatum were guests at Elm Hill Sun ad Mr T C Tatum and family are the guests of relatives in Louisville oThemuch trouble among the tobacco raisers who have had to remove their tobacco from the barns on account of hous- urning Mi Mr and MrsJ T A Tatum tending the store at this place areaIthe absence of our genial W R Moran Mary Bowman Grundy Gladys and E 0 Walker of this plce entered school at Springfield Monday Since our last setter the death angel has visited the home of Mr EbJa n on th4 1st lOst and took therefrom their youngest son WimaI who was a bright young of 12 years o age He was a patient sufferer an although he had been suffering from a serious attack ottyphOId fever th skillful medical attention of Dr Hop per had about relieved him of the mal adv wterthe was thoughtlessly fed by orf fever j which resulted in death aj few hours later The remains were interrv e ThYe funeral was preached by A C Pin k stonV Near Death In Big Pond Mrber years a severe lung trouble gave pint intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All re medies failed and doctors said I wasin curable Then Dr Kings New DiscovI ery brought quick relief and a cure trouIblCroulefactions 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon and Robertson Resulth lps iny wife asked me to buy for her What happened j I got a punishment to 8tV the crime What was thatIBaltlmk re n Comforts HIt doeflj not require great wealth to enjoy tbej teal comforts of life sal the ready made philosopher No answered the perspiring cit zen I understand that Eskimos who never saw 10 cents of real money live in houses made of ice Washlngt6n Star 1 CARDWELL Kyler Brown Co lost their store aturdry Evening at 3P m by fire he books were at the hOJsewhi saved several dollars 1800 hI Mr J R Ward partner in the k st his barn and a lot of hay the 27th insuranceIe also lost his hen house and several fc wls last spring by fire and had no in losshyearYMiss Mamie Alford of Duncan were married Sun day evening by Rev A C Pinkston Rev A C Pmkston bought of T I Royalty 54 acres of land for 2200 Mr Royalty sold 84J acres to Jerome San s for 27 per acre N B Royalty solt fo T I Royalty 280 acres of land at 40 per acre James Derringer bought of J T Mobiev 105 acres at 40 per acre Possession iii all the deals Jan 1st A C Pinks n Bought ofJ A Kyler CD 25 ewes at 6 per head G sham Perkins sold to E T Hoi hday one horse for 150 ADVANCED ETIQUETT- Es hosq Who Are In Higher Grade of Human Companionship Wl atto do when soot wife is giving an aitornooii bridge You sire upstairs lying down in your pajamas trying to get few hours rest preparatory to going out tu a stag dinner The tele plion which Is the only one in the house is located in the raise room when1 the larlle4 fire playing and a mess ge conies from your brokers that you must talk to them at once There Is no time tn lose as it Is ten minutes only before the exchaugeclosesand you tcalize that unless you can get there at once you may lose oUIfor tune Aus erIn this emergency rush tbrou h the room where the ladles selzlngthe offing on yqur head a Merry hio hat proceed calmly to answer theca I You may hnve some trouble millsaCCO I your purpose you are persIst tNew York Life Besented the Forgetfulness Ice quit speaking to the mhn who lives iBext door to me says the mien with tie Ingrain whiskers and brus sets tin r HaATea quarrel 1 asks the man with thp tremulous ears You see he has a habit of getting nn and mowing his lawn at 5 fevery moniing Well naturally you would 1e It a snt that i say that every manba aright to cut his grass sties ever he likes nut last Wednesday ueat J530 and I depended upon fire wnkenIlawnCuicago Post- DaredHim Edwin Stevens when be first made hadhn strong German accent and a great deal otbusiness on hand youfdwool like to get Into vaudeville replied the candidate meekly TeMA komlker vas The manager rmelaughA Gentle Hint Alas rpraarked young Borem Vhl Yedthem Quite ir eo rejoined Miss De Poyn ter Now I resolved to retire early tonight ad here It Isalmoet 11 oclock Wbereupdri the young man proceeded- to bat outnV borne run Minneapolis Journal A IVt ry Badj Element Willie Thlsl paper says that people who pursue ja high banded course ought to be punished What kind of a course is tb jit pa soFaits te system a man plays on when he a ut be on anything Iess than a royal flush or four of a kind The paper la right my son It Is Just killingIKentucky train Dates The follow ing are the dates fixed for holding the lentud y Fairs for 1909 as far as repor d Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 1 6 da Scottsville September 163 days Bedford 0 tober 2 days Whl dFrom a small begs ning the sale and use of Chaniberlairis Cough Remedy has extended all parts of tHe United States and tol foreign countries Why Because it has proved especially valuable for coughs an For sale by The Leo Drug Co TA6 A B C nd XYZ of ADVERTISING Written Seymour Eaton of Philadelphia IN O O Most department store advertising may be divided into three classes bad very bad and damned bad- Bargain advertising is in the first class It does sell goods but if well done it couldeasily make three blades ofg where one grows now The lworth20now1250f bargain offer has been done to death The people buy the 1250 article because 1250 is as much as they want to pay Yhavebuystheretumbleup throwupyourmoney hurrah alwaysgoodshould use onethird of it down the side for legitimate bargains I should put the word Bargains or descriptions say nothing in figures about values Or cost prices use that space for describing the goods I should make the descriptions as brief as possible leave exceptthethat let the customer come tQ the store to find out Then I should make these bargains look like charity agetoing and dress goods and carpets and furniture and all that sort of thing and I should m ke this department so full of life and spiritrand enthusiasm for the goods as to make my counters irresistible The store that preaches is in the second class Preaching isnt advertising r It may be entertaining and instructive i it may analyze to a nicety the ethical policy of the store it may impress the weakminde with the fact that this store is a great public benefactor a powerful influence for good in the community sort anBowedbydoesnt even draw a crowd brassPlateissuffident dignity and drawing power of a corpse Mark you I am not criticising the idea The ilea is fine To be = a chosen people clothed in purple and fine linen to bask in the sunshine of wealth or of aristocracy or of fame to eat where it eats to drink what it drinks to wear what it wears to buy where it buys to talk what it talks to dress your poodle dog with what it dresses its poodle dog t to be somebody exclusives even one or two removedor second hand that is greatness and people pay big money for greatness tr even for the varnish or veneer It is the adver tising that is bad It might easily quadruple the trade and yet keep within the boundaries of the elect Ex theirtallsas an advertiser is to capture the leader ithe bellwether of the set The rest is easy The others will pay for the privilege of standing in line Embalm and bury the brassplate advertising Use the space to talk to your customers Some of them read adver tisements If a poorplebeian should happen to read about your goods and wander into your shop by mistake let him do the worrying Copyright 100S by Tribune Company Chicago Letter Heads Statements v Bill Heads Envelopes I eardAnything and everything In the of higbgrade commercial i t printing Our Assortment of job type is complete our preen ftcili ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artist Thai tells all the story of our facilities for doing job printing of the right Cardskind at the right prices i Opesti ea s Statements Letter Heads hITHE SUN AND- LOUISVILLE TIMESl 35O PER YEARJ 1I II tHEWOltllSMEATESTSEWHKMACIINC w LIGHT RUNNING o r r V TP J SS1 Vk e- RotaryBhuttleSewing Machine write to IIMfAII1IMany sewing machines are made to tell regardless ok quality but the Netir Home Is made to wear Our guaranty never rust out Sold by authorized dealers ealjF- OR EdM Russell LibanonSpringfSsId Anttmoblli Line Schedule Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield L N Station Walton Hotel 730 a m 830 a m 1030 am 100 p m 400pm 500 p m 630 p m i 730 p m 1030 a m Sundays 200 p me SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN tWe earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons wan aro subscribers to The Bun may free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other wantedLaserted in another department of the pap r at nothIng saledomeDr Deboe Rt 4 has for sale a nice Chester White sow with six nice shoats weight about 40 pounds W D Claybrooke has for sale 300 bushels of seed rye Also 30 stock ewes and one buckVGibbs Birch Springfield have for sale 15 sheep Price 6 Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for safe pure bred Rhode Island Red Roosters and Pullets 75c each J L Allen Springfield has for sale a fine Jersey cow C1h Brady Rt 3 has for sale eight or ten Buck Sheep C L Grund Springfield has for sale one Ohio improved Chesterwhite male hog and ten young Southdown ewes eighteen ambs C W Homan Springfield Ky trmothy IUse Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Itslight pure white and healthful Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept in lied for five weeks Blood poison from a spid ers ite 5ufeedJ rge deeP sores to cover g The doctors failed tbeji cOidoletelyCured Bosqueville Tex For eczenia boils burns and piles its suPreme 25c at Haydon Robertsons The Sun and Courier ouuJ iUH The Springfield SUM tLW per year m4tfiRthgttSEWING MACHINE ROLLER IARIKQ HIGH GRAM I r Automitte lift I Sbybuying honest this oMoneySTRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewing JdachIne poA BEtVIDERB ILLINOIS fi