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Digital page images are linked to the text file. il at f 4j314 t 1 t twj frl m t iInth UUil J i 4i 4iob DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY JI Ja riu 7 1 VOLUME Y 1 SPRINfiFIELD IYJ WEDNESDAY SEPTEMIEI 22 1909 J 1i 4Z r HON W D t CLAYBROqp J t r qf V Is Being Urged to Run For Nbmi natHHi for Secretary of State Has The Matter Under Consideration a HpnW D Claybrouke for some time Past has teen in receipt of communicc ls1throughout inatlon for Secretary of State twoyeais hence Mr Llaybrooke was in LOuiE yiHe last week attending the State Fair and while there he was approached by a number of Kentuckys leading poli J J HON W D CLAYBROOKE ticians and urged to run Mr Clay C brooke has the inattertmder consideration and if he sees fit to make the1 race will announce at the proper time J Probably no Democrat ot hage ii J Kentucky is better known or more pop IC ular not only with the leaders but also with the people than is Billy Clay brooke Two years ago he was 9nth ticket with Hubert Vreeland who made the race for Secretary of State whil for the four years prior thereto he rep resented Washington county in the Legislature C where he was one of the best known and most useful members of that body If Mr Claybrboke goes into the irac 1the will enter with very strong backing and the party could nominate no mor genial gentleman or stronger candidate for the office of Secretary of State If Mr Clay brook e makes the race can safely be predicted that nearlyI every Democrat in this section support him Deathof Mr Graves Mr Ed Graves a highly respected citizen of this county wno lived hear Fenwick died Monday morning of can cer of the bowels Funeral services were conducted at St Do inics church yesterday morning and the body laid to rest in Sfc Dominics cemetery Mr Graves leaves a widow and eleven children Historic Bridge Ruined Perryville Ky Sept 14The old covered bridge which wast across Cnaplin rise- practically r at this place in 1854 was wrecked wHenan engine and twentyton rock crusher were ta ken acro sTge engineer jumped and Meeting1 onbrace which had become indentedI by a cannon ball during the battle o Perryville If Whys From a small beginning the sale use of Chamberlains Cough Reme has extended to all parts of the Unit states and to many foreign countries Why Because it has proved especially y valuable for coughs an For sa by The Leo Haydon Drug CoV y JINad is again a boarder of Jailer Cat letts About six weeks ago while stopping at the same hostelry Nad be came tired of the accommodations and without the formality of saying far well took jhis departure to parts un known and until yesterday had fought shy of Springfield Yesterday Marshal Grace and Jailer Catlett were informed that Nad was visiting in Hock rtwn and early this morning went down to pay their respects One stationed himtl at the front door of Nazis place of of and the other at the rear When Naddlscovered this he went out a winb made for the tall uIi utC dowrnd 0 fhis jpurstfers shooting at jumping from the window hefl his ankle and was caught af ter a sport chase and returned to his old pis ce of abode with the jailer at ELECTION OFFICERS Appointed By County Board of Election Commissioners ly Which Met Saturday The Washington County Board of Election Commissioners consisting ofe S O bourne Chairman C F HosVI ley Se retary and P B Prather met Saturday and chose the following offi cers to act at the coming November election t FREDEhlCKTOWN NQ 1 Sam 4ally W H Osbourne Judges R ui Clerk Joe Conner Sheriff MOORESVILLE No2 T L JudgesiB Williams Sheriff W B Barlow WlLLISBURG No3aWaIte Hale and Merritt Hun ate JeSharp Olerk 4eLC Cornish C C BarnettJudges B Graham Sheriff Sams WellsE Clerk HENDREN No5 DW JudgesI Colevin Clerk 6eDS Yanpey Harry Riley Judges Okey C oyd Sheriff Walter Hume tPOTTSVILLE No7IGeo W Cocanougher Anderson Hol derman udges Geo J Mayes Sher- Iff Chas Coyle Clerk V SPRINGFIELD No 8 F R NealeJohn Waters Judges H B McElroy Sheriff 0 F Whar ton Clerk SPRiNGFIELD No 9 J P Edelen Rob Wheatly Judges Robt Marks Sheriff J W Tucker Clerk SPRINGFIELD No 10 J Y Mayes A B Walker Judges W A Clements Sheriff SJ R Wharton Clerk KELLY SHOP No 11 S P Thompson J T Prather Judges Tl D Shehan Sheriff J1 R Reed Cle k r BRUSH GROVE No 12 Robert Thompson Chas Bishop Judges John Arnold Sheriff J S Hays Clerk of the County Tobacco Warehouse Company will bet held at the office of the Company in Springfield Kyat2 p m Saturday October 2nd 1909 the time designated by its Charter for the puroose of elect offsdydcial reports euc other business as may properly come neetingi leJA9 F GREGORY President jn BISHOP McCLOSKEY full 6f Years and of Honors Passed Away Last Week Orand Tribute Paid to V A DeadPrelate v A pal of gloom was cast over lien last Friday by the announcement the dfeatVof Rev Wm George Me r Closkey ifpcso many years the beloved I hol of the Louisville diocese of the ho1ic harsh Bishop McCloskeys death was not unexpected as his health some pme had not been of the ibest and because of his advanced years his friends and loved ones were prepared any time to hear that the noted prelate and Godly divine had passed away Bishop McCloskey s death means not only a Ic ks to Kentucky but toi the Catholic cl lurch andthe Christian world His life hid been devoted to his chilrch and to the cause to which he had conse crated him self For fiftynine year he had served in the ministry and forn ar tortytw6 had filled the exalted piosi tiori of Bi hop ills worth and the esteem in which he was held has been manifested since his death by the 1tri Quts paid Im by thclergyottheb gh kdby those df fesser degree with owed head and tear be dim i med eye ha e looked upon his remains Altho tht funeral services have ben as simple as possible in accordance with the ate Bishops wishes every honor has gen accorded him and many of the mist notedof the Catholi cclergy opIMcCloskey his brother in the beautiful cemetery at Nazareth Bishop McCloskey was the old tt Catholic prelate in the United St tesf L1uIsvllleLavaille in 1868 Unde him the church has grown and prospered reat1yI Bishop Meeloskey was born in Brook lyn on Nov 1823 of prosperous Par and was educated at Mt St Marys College1 where he was latJaC prosessor When the American College Was founded n Rome Bishop McCloske y was made its first rector and inHhis po sition as in all others that he filled he displayed ma ked ability The late Bishop had rare executive ability and his death will mean a great s to the ch rch LO US r GROVE r Miss Lillian Leachman has returned home after spending a week with Miss Essie Hungat at Willisburg Mr and Mrsi Ed Birch visitedthe Tatters fathe1Jr Charles Blanton at 11StateMrs Emm Baker and charming daughters will spend Thursday with Mrs Julia Leachman Miss Essie rl ungate of near Tatham is ViSitingM Ss Lillian Leachman this week Miss Tinv Rued of Willisburg spen Sunda with hor father H F Reed Mrs Tom Baker and daughter Miss Bertha spent nday with Mrs James Moran near Litsey IIKellyMiss France Litsey attended church at Willisburg S Jnday Mrs Belle Kays is visiting friends in our midst Mesdames Lizzie Reed and Mattie Dragoo visitfriends at Springfield last week Mr N Pi hompson is in Harrods burg Mrs Katie Hopper and Miss Lavinia U Connor hlxve eturned from the Stat Fair The Snringfleld SUB fLOQ per earI The Sun and couiiHrJoiirnai luaj aOVJOHNAJOHNSON i1 One of Americas Leading Men Died Yesterday Morning His Death a National Loss Hon John A Johnson thrice lover rot Minnesota a strongly Republican btata and one of the most prominent Democrats of the United States died yesterday morning following an opera is E 1 S GOV JOHN A JOHNSON iron for abscess of the bowels which was performed last week Gov Johns hrose from poverty to position of the highest eminence not only having been urged by many for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency last year at the present time being looked to as the redeemer of the party 1912 President Taft during his recent visit to Minnesota said that Gov Johnson would some day probably be called upon to act as President of this great republic A man of fine sense and fine character a man of the people and for the people his death will not onlybeifelt by his State arid his party but by the nation as a whole Meeting of U D C The doors of the handsome home of Mrs WiC McChord were thrown open on Saturday last when Miss Anna the charming hostess received in that win some style all her own the May Faris Chapter of the U DC Mrs Carrie Durrett the President gave amedl y of reminiscences of Morgan Shackel fojd and MrsThompson who was the only woman pensioned by the tiovern ment in the Civil War The Chaplain being absent Mrs Ida Clarkson acted protem Mrs F Bosley and Miss Anna McChord were an inspiration with their delightful musical selections Mrs G C Wharton gave a most interesting paper The pen pictures were beautiful and as they were given her by that honored exConfederate Capt Cray croft her father they were much en joyed and presented to the minds eye the deeds of daring of the men who wore the gray as viewed in a living panorama Business was resumed and Mrs Ida Clarkson by a unanimous vote was elected Secretary A committee was appointed to select 4 mark etv for the unknown Confederate sol diers vein the Presbyterian ceme tery Delegates were selected to attend the Sta ivConyention at Hopkins ville KyMrs J K Durrett Mrs G C Whartonand Miss Anna McChord A most instructive and successful busi ness meeting closed The social part was then taken up Refreshments delicious and refreshing were served in attractive style The next meeting MrseJohn Walker near town X TtY Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it Accidental Killed Mr J W Bush received telegram this morning from Helper Utah stat ing that his brotherinlaw Mr John Perry had been accidentally killed by the machinery of the light plant in which he was the superintendent Mr Perry married Miss Dora Trotter formerly of Springfield and the daughter of Mrs Mary Trotter Mr Perry was an ex pert electrician and the inventor of several appliances for electrical machinery His services were always in demand in the neighboring cities of his adopted State having recently declined the superintending of a large light plant in Salt Lake City Royalty Selecman Mr and MrsJas I Royalty have announced the engagement of their daughter Virginia to Mr William Robertson Selecman the wedding to be solemnized at home about the middle of October Both of the Pantiesare among the best known and most popular of the younger social set of Springfield Miss Royalty is the third daughter of Mr and Mrs Royalty while Mr Selectman the only son ot Judge and Mrs W Selecman and is a young attorney of this place BlackburnResigns Former UniedStates Senator J C Blackburn has resigned as Governor f the Panama Canal Zone and will come to Kentucky to spend the remain rt tc i r r HON J C S BLACKBURN der of his days Senator Blackburn- is one Of the most distinguished men produced by Kentucky within the last half century Senator Blackburn will make his home in Woodford county Owensboro Inquirer Sold OwensboroKv Sept 20 Negotia tions which have been pending for the past week resulted today in the formal transfer of the Owensboro Inquirer from W Q Adams to S W Hager recent Democratic nominee for Governor The consideration was in the neighborhood of 30000 W Q Adams has published the Owensboro Inquirer for thirteen years Mr Adams was compelled to dispose of his paper on account of bad health and will give up all active busiress The policy of the paper will be changed from that of an independent with Republican leanings to a straight Democratic The k Republicans will is sue a paper from a job office until a firstclass plant tan be secured and then establish permanent Republican organ E T Franks and JJ W McCul loch are behind the Republican organ The gun and Courier ruournal ilL LOSS TO I COMMUNlTf Was The Death of Mrs Nam- EdelenA i Christian Womaa Loved By a Large Cir cle of friends t Mrs Nannie Edelen died afthe home of her husband two miles from Spring field Wednesday September 15 her death being caused by cancer of the liver from which shXferer for about a yearSMrs Edelen was the daughter of the late Judge John H Mclntire at oae time County Judge of this county asdt in his day one of its most prominent arid highly esteemed citizens Mrs Edelen was born March 191850 and on September 20 1870 was united in ToIthiseight of whom survive their mother The children living are Mrs W T Leachman Miss Pearl Ed len Miss Stella Edelen and Messrs Walter RayV George Joseph and Thomas EdeI L Mr Edelen also survives his wife Funeral services were held at St Rose church Friday morning at 930 oclock Rev Father Kennedy conducting the requiem high mass The remains were interred in St Rose ceme- terY where the grave was covered with the flowers sent by loving fnends MM Edelen was one of the beat Christian women in this community and was a faithful and consistent member of the Catholic church She was not a woman to push herself into the world but her greatest pleasure lay in beag with her family than which abetter has not been raised in this community In spite of the fact however thatMrs Edelen cared but little for society no one had more friends as was evidenced during the dark hours of suffering preceding her death when every friend desired to do what they might to alleviate her suffering and make her last days as peaceful and happy as possible To Mr Edelen the children and to the many friends The Sun extends its sincerest sympathy t PLEASANT GROVE 3 Mrs Ardis Brown is visiting at the home of S P Thompson- Mr J S Leachman has purchased of J W Thompson his place at Kellys Shop for 2250- Raymond Shewmaker had tile misfoici tune to fracture his arm near the shoul der Monday afternoon He was throw ing a ball and in some way happeneo tabove accident i Among those who attended the State Fair were J S YanTTeyV EdLitaey A L Litsey B B Leachman SPi Thompson S B Thompson Jr Mack Leachman Uriah Litsey Raymosd Shewmaker Will Jones Wood Ishan B L Litsey Jno Polin Jno u Polls E M Leachman Mitt Leachman J P Willett and Hugh Leachman Mrs J HHopper and Miss Lavimi OConnor returned from Louisville- Monday Mr H G Shewmaker was in Mack vide on business Monday Mr and Mrs Jit Reed visited Mr and Mrs Dan Kelly the firstof tie weekyNear Death In Brg Pond It was thrilling expenencetoMrsi Ida Soper to face deathuFor years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was Mr curable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure e permanent that I have not been trem bled in twelve years Mrs Soner lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders kk Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hem CrouJtWhoopingfections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon and R6birtao s z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2909 ht J l t ST US rir YOLR EYESanIfltGLASSESe 4t oh the Greatest Line of Spectacles in Central 1f Kentucky All the lat est style Glasses and f i f any style R n Si7e fit t can furnish you with i a the besvt grade of goods at the Lowest Prices 21 JEWELAttiiAIicHES J z We can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line Z JED M RUSSELL III il tl+ M iMi Some Farm Laws The following is the substance ofthe fourth lecture delivered by Judge W T Lafferty on Farm Law to the t sttii d nof the State University at jngt6n his subject being Corporations s sand Partnerships Judge Lafferty called attention to the jmpprtance ot realizing the distinction n between a corporation and a partner ship because of the fact that the obli- rgations of the parties involved are very afferent in the two cases A Corporation is termed in law a 1fsoulless body an per son A corporation is created in certain laws and must be made up of tI least three persons although prior to 1894 one person might legally consti tute a corporation which m that case arIttclesmust be given a statement of the bus iness which it proposes to conduct the duration Of its life the amount of cap tal stock and the number of shares of stock mvplved in its organization These articles of incorporation must be filed in the county clerks office and also withthe Secreta of State In a corporate body people take stock and are interested in proporation to the number ot shares tor which they have t subscribed and paid If a corporation becomes insolvent its creditors can secure from it in payment of their claims only the value of its assets If there are no assets the creditors loss is complete except in those cor orations to which a double liability ap plies in which case the stockholders amountlequalthey have subscribed The laws of the State determine what corporations must act under the double liability requirements It is important that farmers and others should inquire carefully into the character of a corporation wiih which they macs enter into business relations laS creditors v A corporation must have a charter lndbylaws and these must designate entitledt T stock holder of a corporation cannot inake a trade in behalf of the corpora ion and it is not liable for any such ontract which may be so made gent n of a corporation can have no au- horitp other than that which his crer lencials show These conditions are or exampleapplicable to dealings with in insurance company r Every poise candiiiOns and the word of the agent should tot be accepted for any additional con ditions vthan those named in the policy The agents are entitled to dp only what they are specifically delegated to do no individual stock holder is enti fled to make contracts in behalf of the corporation unless specifically dee ated- aIe e fHcersof the company It sometimes occurs that when stock rusPiioust ail that they try to sell out their atoll idin such cases farmers as well as o hers should make careful investiga tans as to the condition of the corpora Ispecialty careful investigations cnIbe liability as the purchaser of stock osuch a corporation if it fails may priceifamount equal to the valueof the sloe w hlch he si belbjectbi Ijties to which other corporations are in it liable A public service corporation a n be forced to perform certain servi ccsi for the public consideration obits franchise which gives such a corpora tida legal right to certain privileges If such public service corporation fails to hlsjstist upon lines is legally bound to transport the passenger to that otn a dif it inadventently carries the pas senger beyond the station to which he pi rchased a ticket the railroad com can be compelled to take thepasv ger hack If the company fails t set so the passenger so inconvenienced y sue the company with usually ex ce tent prospects pf a favorable vcr 1909I 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY GETJiFREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year IJiEVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Fully and Complete Engraved especially for The Evening Pos at a cost of n600 28x8 inches PabTheThe Portraits of nil the Kentucky Govern irs some of them very rare one the only picture of its kind in UnitedStatesof Ute World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presid nts the Ruler of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A Pate is givcn over to HistorIcal Kentucky rom formation State to the year 1809 A and Political Directory ot Ket cky iving Ptesidential Vote State Officials tion U SSenato chief Justices Speakers of Kentucky House Congressional Judicial and Rail Commissioners Districts Democratic ano Republican Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM Districts Counties of made and from what Counties Area Population 10IStatistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip plies Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Original States and those admitted s1The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall Qa- n Chart will be given FREE to who subscribe for thosewhocannotgetheEvepin8Postdeliveredby the Evening Pot for One Year at J300 or for i i Send for Sample Copy and full description of the AtlasOr better subscribe today and get SkeIrthe Atlas at once teaeo THE EVENING POST Louisville ty AUgustus Willson SPECIAL PRICE THE PAPEREYENJNGTHE 7 JPfcSO ict lathe case 6f telegraph com anies also a person who suffers by ason ofan undelivered telegram has right of action against the company The conditions of a partnership are stinctly different from those of acor Duration a partnership simply an a reeinen t to do any business that two o more persons may choose to under t ke together They do not file any art ties of agreement and each member oa partnership may be legally bound for the entire indebtedness of the firm T here may however be formed limited p irtnerships in which a partner may h t be bound for more than a specified a oust The conditions of such apart n rshipmust be filed in the county- c erks office showing the limited ret laionship otsucha member to the fiin Any partner who entersinto such a limited partnership and does not file tl e fact of this limited relationship in tl e office of the county clerk is bounds fcr the entire obligations of the firm E ich partner of a general partnership is therefore bound for the debts of the w old except in the case of this limited pj rtnership There cannot however b a partnership formed in which all the m mbers have a limited liability as m tills case the organization becomes a co poration Ypne may become a silent partner in a his name may notappearelther sign of the firm or upon its fifd stationary but such a silent assumes the same obligations- in the way of liability for indebtedness as though his name appeared upon the si ns and business paper of the firm n the case of partnership in which ce tRi members have a limited liabilT it3 the low requires that the word 11 mited be added n d partnership unlike the condi tio is pf a corporation any man who is a partner binds the company for any thekcot parry whether the other members of he company approve his transaction or notIf however a member of a fir v makes purchase of any commodity wh ch fe distinctly outside of the line of bu firmmessmaf not become liable Such a transact on might therefore result in a law sui 1 he 4gent of a p rtnership is subject conktra ts as the agent of a corporation and in dealing with ny such agent of a partnership organi ation one should be car futo make sure that the agent has the necessary for making con authlrily tra ts On hand one is per- fee ly afeindea1ingwith anyone of the partners of such a partnership or gar jzatijon whereas in the case of a corporation one cannot safely maKe ton racts except with the duly author zec officers of such a corporation Best Treatment for a Burn Ireason Chamberlains pal re should be kept in every house thetpam nJuryIslea ing a scar This salve is also un qu led for chapped hands sore nipples and disuses of he skin Price 25cts For ale iby Thpj Leo Hayden Drufe Co of- Ueadache does you shouldIf1it r Miles AntiPain Plls1 TOiy not do so IT ley w illreli vethe- Pl in jin just a few nun ules Ask your dru T sere are 451000 druggists in the u S Ask any pf them A package of 25 dc ses costs 25 cents Oiie ta let usually stops a headache They relieve psiri without leaving any eli jagKceable aftereffects risnt that what you w nt Ay son Frank Snyder has used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for a long- ti Ho never had anything to he him so much for headache A wasdoqua headache Ho gave me one of the AnjtljPaln Pills and after while i11evhou o now and gave many away others stjfferlnsr with headachej M1lLOUISE LEWELLYN Powell South Dakota AntltPaIPfIIs onryIf L tf il1 i I t1tkf ye tt r t r 5s f4 P+ iss s II I tit tework oforganizing tbti ft CitizensIst ei r = aSl ttf i1 rif f hj 1 Cr W 4tJ5 t4 r vvVimi St ct Jf J f Insurance Ir ffT a f lf PTvw tlL Ai Tt h I Company i JFiir J Will continue but it is not Necessary to furtherpublish the i t r o subscriptions made each week This record of subscriptions Fr r fll prtr j tells its own story tt is 7i it e i lrtfry r A FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 iIr tfit 1 rt j l tiim r O696ooo r tH8MtJ7 i KJi i v It l v4 qri 2OO24OOOIOJ ni i- t ffitlffi A 4 t 5 toTOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUST i6l iJr L mw au t 345OOOO 53 9tt l tiiTit 2rff fh M TOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 2- 346946OOO I Ii ht tc h TOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 3- 06O17OOOO ijl CC J TOTAL SIXTH WEEK SEPTEMBER 6- F73L220N00 g i rr3 t c 83466OOO c1 r Eighth Week Over i k l IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON 1 d The 8pringfield Sun 8prtngfield Jty h4 W H GREGORY J itrr ljt LOUISVILLE KY 0i Please send nie full information to the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSUR fft ANCE COMPANYf j j NAME i r ADDRESS r sliJ ji 11 f irb I r r PAY UP 1 t YUOR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE SUN NEXT MONDAY AND WE WILL MAKE YOU A PREASANT OF s ONE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO rt f The Southern Agriculutrist r SPRINGFIELD THE SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1909 3 I = rV yC ii +u I +t r ifI + + JiFRIES t PREMIUMSi I jLheSOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST r offers more and better premiums Z rto club raisers than any southern J fit 4 gpaper This year we are giving i ij ta lot of new and valuable sawt t en issome things you never nr t before t4 S J t It Anybody can get up a club for f rq the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST be cause it is the best paper publishedt for southern farmers and the price- S+ r u iff very reasonable t conJ2taining attractive premium offers 0 SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST i rNahvill Tennessee Sr f f = tIt + iitt1t1 ItI rl His Private Opinion She on the beach What dp youIthink of my new bathing suit Prudent I He Well Ierthlak its built aI trifle tporfar above sea levelHouston Post DefenseI anything with her husband by copious tears Why note 1t He has too much dry humorBal timore American Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be his own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble for the symptoms can riot be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin be comes sallow if pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache if you are yourliveryetsoundof Its symptoms is Dr Caldwells Syrup compoundXhlstive but a tonic as well It will start the flow of gastric Juice thereby soon enabling the liver to do its work naturally A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 50 cents or and in many cases a single bottle has cured a chronic For example John W Lee sylvania ave Indianapolis caseIstubborn and very long liver trouble with Jaundice etc and It cured him Mrs B Flinchum Jackson Ky says the same of It Thousands of families keep It In the house against just suck an emer somememberlaxative In order to have you or any other suf ferer from the liver make a test of Dr Caldwells Pepsin without personal expense Dr Caldwell will send you a free test bottle If you will send your ntfme and address The sample will showyou how pleasant It is to take how gently It works It will start you on the cure of your trouble and convince yOR that you have found a cure That is the object of the sample and the doctor urges you to send tor it today If there is anything about your aliment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B CaldwclU 500 Caldwell bldg Monticcllo Ill For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store The Can Opener fiefendedwittily These not irreverent cuss words AIthings smash the piano scissor the portieres Speaker Cannon lighted a fresh cigar So many things In the home he said Incite a man toerlet off steam Theres opening cans for In stance opening these newfangled cans with patent openers that are al ways getting Jost A Danville man was letting off steam terribly the other day as he opened one of these patent cans His wife tired of the noise called from the next room What are you opening that can with dear The can opener of c urs6e replied Ob said she I thought you were opening It with prayer r A Sprained Ankle As usually treated asprained ankewill dlsablethe injured person for a month or more but by applying Chamberlains direftionsmay in most cases be effected in less than one weeks time This liniment is a most remarkable prepartion try it for a sprain or a bruise or when laid up with chronic or muscular rheumatism and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which it jaffords For sale by The Leo Haydon Drug Co Max Darewski Unspoiled Prodigy The soul of Mozart Is In your body was the original way In which Mme Patti expressed herself to Max Jare skl the boy musician Consid ering the precocious record of this musician there are those who might believe that there was as much truth as wit this assertion He was only five when he composed his flrst wultz and has written many other things c great merit At the age of seven he conducted a band at Bournemouth but probably the most wonderful thing he was to conduct the massed eVirdld Crystal palace a few years occasion he had no less Instrumentalists under his charge rt 111 COMEANbOWiTKs We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 1owhitemonths tour to the erranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Ital We will pay I alt expenses of every kind for a thor ough enjoyable trip The tour will be personally conducted Wfititrthi Tour Department The Herald Louisvilli I KyM For Full Information l l EXCHANGEEXCERPTS f Sayings and Doings of the Ikss- At Large One light tongue can make many heavyarts He who makes no friends has his greatest foe himself Revenge is the abject pleasure of art abject mind Juvenal A girl hopes Sto make a name for her selfby marryingKentucky Farmer 6 L Bosto plans a pension bank for old maids Here js another knock at mat rimony Blue 1Gra s Clipper Forty ears bf trouble has not driven the Proiibitioii party to drink Chica goNewsti The m re pleased with himself a man is the ore reasons there are as a rule why others are not Kindness is fetdred away In the heart like rose leaved in a drawerto sweeten every object around A jwb nan has to worry about something t keep from worrying about somethi g FarmIer Whenou her one man trying to be little ar other its a safe bet that the other is his superior Blue Grass Clip per Its awfully hard for a man to look sad his wife is making preparations win a month in the country Glasgc w Times stammer all the time doctor whom he had Dojou he spluttered I only stststa stamp er when I ttttalk Shelby ville Sentinel wll Two cf em makes enough to have annual r unions of those who havje been to the North pole Owensboroi In quirer u i A girl never marries her ideal reason is that she seldom finds him OneI when sh e does she doesnt like Lebanon Enterprise A Kansas anis advertising for some on to help him lose his brother Ni nam is given but it is probably aI progressive Republican trying to ge rid of Bother Aldrich Bryans Corn m1ner A Texas editor refuses to publish ob tuary notices of people who while living failed td subscribe for his paper and give i this pointed reason People who do not take their home paper are dead an way and their passing away has no news value Ir Editor HarrV Sommers of the Eliz bethtown News was quite ill sometime ag in fact his friends were so alarmed that a doctor was called in The doc or made a hasty examination and final y taking hold of Harrys pulse remarked slowly Poor fellow circulation almost gone Jumping up in bd Harry shouted Youre dn News has the largest circ liafrhe ntuckY arid I can prove it Climax IA Washington man has invented a muzzle to be used to prevent roosters from crowing It may work now bu just wai until the returns from the November elections begin to come in and he will find that nothing will check that glori us crow Richmond Climax j Senator Blackburns declaration that he had rather be dead in Kentucky than alive in Panama demonstrates that he has lost nothing in lucidity lucidity t or luxura mcefroKimagination or ex pression Glasgow Times JAndThe first of the year And now the blooms faded And dimmed is the gloss r She calls him tne master He calls her the boss New York Sun asorecure itor change the collar ought toe compelled to wear ill fitting shoes that would raise sinew crop of blisters every weekFarmers Home Journal The information is furnished that pricerthat there will be an egg famine this winter and that the cost of living will be considerably advanced Someof us might as well go in training to go on short rations Winchester Democrat Tjhis morning I picked something up Found lying on the ground Andknowing not just what it was Began to Took around What is it to myself 1 asked So small which I have found It seems to be devoid of life 0f motion or of sound But to know just what this object is I feel Im dutybound A happy thought into my mind Its way then quickly stole Twas then my fondest hope it seemed Was bout to reach its goal Ill raise one end of it thought Somewhere upon a knoll And gently slide the other end Into a newdug hole Then telegraph tot Jerin parts Ive found the great North Pole The Milton News Why Druggists Recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Frank C Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past six years I have sold and recom mended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the best patent medicines on the market I handle som others for the same purposes that pay me a larger profit but this remedy so s jsure to effect a cure and my customer so sure to appreciate my recom mending it to him thatl giveit the pre HaydoDrug Moneyi ear first of July J W Jones rieJrCenter Metcalt county dropped a small sack that contained a check for eighty seyen and onehalf dollars and twenty dollar bill and a ten dollar bill A young shepherd dog picked it up and ran into the yard and tore the sack up and ate the contents When Mr Jon s realized what had been done he seemed not to have thought of killing the dog but determined to get witnesses to watch him rjn the second day the fragments of f money were left in the corner of the yard the check was literally digested A few scraps ot the bills were gathered up and brought to R T Smitn of Horse Cave tThey were sent to the Secretary of the Treasuryat Washington for re demption and the particulars of the case were carefully laid before him H e wrote back saying that there was not a sufficient quantity of the fragments for him to honor with redemption as it re qui ed three fifths of the fragments be fore he could replace onehalf oi the money lost He said that if an affidavit of the truth of this affair could be got ten Up with witnesses sufficient that h would have it there were plenty of wit usages the affidavit was produced and- sent oil Washington and about twelve days ago the money came in bright new wasIdrawn on the Union Planters Bank of Horse Cave and Mr R T Smith paid it off in full So the loss was made whole Munfordsviile News 100 Reward 100 lhe readers ot this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catajrrii Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical constituttreatment Halls Catarrh Cure is take acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of e system thereby destroying thefollndati of th disease and giving the ient strength by building up constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its OqeHundredJails to cure Send for list of testimonials TdledoOSold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for const pation Jr WE TrustyPr- actical f DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYD- entalworkatreasonableprices Al guaranteed Office over Haydon 8 Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident rel1nbltandworld Your insurance solicited TDR M W HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 hi 4to5 Pm Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY orncE c j HATDONS Office Hours 8 to 9 A s11 to 2 p MIJ Hi LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES a Day 49 LNigh1 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTY ATLAW Springfield Ky WMhhlgtonandand Federal Courtsp TOC DeWill practice In all State and Federal Courts CLAYBROOKEn ATTYrATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of Washington pealsApMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Kyag Will lce in the courts of Washington and adjoining countieaj anti in court ofAppeals S 11 CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky speCIaltyWillable Phone 84 Dr WR MORGAN DentistIPERMANENTLY LOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable in Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 tJOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY MBest Attention showneHandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Uay 19 Night 74 oIIE THE SUN ANDBoth papers yr Bryans Commoner 156 150Weekly150WeeklyWeekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe 175ThriceaWeek 125American 1n50 American Farmer 150 26 H 12Farm 00 25 Farm Field and Fireside17 g 325Lippincotts 4QQLedger 435HarpersSunny South 150 II = = F 1 ure ScaM orfMang CutsSoreJf oh aH oc- DETROY5ALL DSEASE GERM KiLLSAID PARASITES Vim Have ft ia- Stock Red Cross z DrugSfOfj Notice Poultry Raisers Now is the time of the year to feed your fowls a good tonic RVll44 curesfCholeia Gapes Roup Canker ami Limberneok When fedasapreventive lit not only keeps them healthy but makes thenvlay Price 50c rid cure drugristsHa dieeasesof JJISubscribe 11IIJIIIIUiJIlIiIIWCUUIl1lIII Rllisll CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUisvjLhE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 3 60 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except 6 40 Sameincluding Sunday 8 28 The Sun aridtne daily Courier Journal any three days in the week it The Sun one year and the daily threedaysmonths 230 The Sun and the Sunday Caur ierJournal one year 2 80 The SUR and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 62 The Sun and the Louisville Evening s Post one vear8 58 IVlIJllainn1ltm1I mn IF YOU WANT THE JEST FLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or Springfields Choice MANUFACTURED BY J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WH- EATSlogans 6tIFREESewing Machine runs lighter than any otter GtFREE lasts longer than any other I E iLislnorebeautlulthan any other RECb vibration than any other E I is easier to operate than any other Emales a more perfect stitcn than any other SPREEis the beflt ofall colt Lined in one r FREE SEWING MAGHWEJ50 CHICAGOs IL7I 4 COAEel1t 1 4 ESP INGFIELD SpN WEDNESDAY SEPTE1IBER 22 I J 1 = = y = J mpl te StOCK FALL w GOODS We avethe mosf c mPIete stk evef how in spOfing field Cqme to see our stock before buyinKAlway- sJiladto show our fQQds Same courtesies shown to lookers as well as buy rsI f If you are not a customer we want you for a cus 1omer Let us show tJ ook our s10 k ovler and will be a custamer Came in and see for Y urself youI Grundy McId1i e1 II IIirili ildbf SPRINGFIELD SUNI I1IUEDEVERY WEDNESDAY IUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance N L SMITH Editor and Pllblisller at the postoffice at Spnngfield XYisfor tranSmission through the matt r TERMS OFSUBSCRIPTION tYear 100 IKx Konths I1aree MonthR 25 DlcraUc Tickti CIRCUIT JUDGEJ H Thurman CoMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY S HilIof Maripn County REPREsENTATIVET D Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsev COUNT CLERK W F Booker CmCUITCLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATT RNEYT Sc tt Mayes SHERIFFS J Anderson ScHOOL SUPERINTENDENTJ W B sh JAILERGeo D tlett ASSESSORW T Mitchell CORoNERDr W E Crume- SURVEYORWm G Roberts Kills WJuIdB IayrA merciless murderer IS Appendicitis WIth many VIctims But Dr Kmgs New Lif it by prevention They gentlysimulate stomach lIverl bowel preventing that cloggm mv ites aDPendici tis cunng ns ti iat Biliousness Chills Malaria and Indurestion 25c t Ha and Robertsons t fP== ==jil WILL BURJi The Irtiacte me nga the Baptist church here closed Sundav night There w resixteenaddlti ns to the ChUlC hleight bV lette and eightcon versIons T11e protracted meetmg at the Chris ran c rch at thIs place beganSun ay beingIby Rev Clay r iJMillerand wlf Mrs f B eager and Mrs S F Sims atte ded teState Fair last wee MrS E J Pinkston a d little son Emt one day last week iwith her par entsMr ud Mrs JW Shirley Mrs John Sutherlarid land dau ght r Keeling flpent the Jatter part of- lah week with relatives mAnderon cohnty iss Francis ltsey si nt updav- wi h Miss ElIzabeth ShirleYr iss Bell Birch is VIsIting rela es- ne r rianville 1audRansdale of Duncan spent he we k end with his aunt Mrs J W- Slirley Mrs 143rgaret Goodlett is spending t we k wIth her parents Mr and M Yaste near FeIlwick e infant son of Mr and Mr8 W h died Tuesday atno n Sept 14Ineral servlces er c n ct a e Wednesday at na m y Re S F Sims Th re weregathered a rgt concourse of relatIves and frie d to mingle their tears with he her avedyoun parents This is the thir infant Mr and Mrs Shirlev h1ve lost by death Ki d parents weep not for y little tn is waiting towel me you a the reat White Throne t Jood for Biliousness took two fChamberl insStomac and iverTalilets last and I fe l fift per cent better than I have fo wee s says J J Firestone ofAJlegan- MiC Th eYare ettainlY a fine artic for iiousness For sale by The Le Hay o g Co Samples free t Sti1 t In our storeapd get a nice loaf of Cream Bread or some nhe Cdkes They are baked every day Theyre del ciousl V1SttOur Iceless Soda PouQtain and En IOY some of the Refr shing Drinks tr atieHertlei ro l DrG TBurton RESIDENTDENTJ- Sreethr Extracted ith out ain CROWN WORK lSPECIALT All Dntal tnct1y Fitass Spnng eHl in Ha on Block u stairsL Locat Ners Not sr y millinery line is now ready forin- s pctton My trimm ng departm nt- WlJI bG in cha e of Miss Wells who c ines highlv recommended fromC n no Byers WholeSale MiUin ry House o isvllle K as a lady of experie ce and ability Give us at least oile call an w wiU sho you that we cimido yodr trimming man able manner M NANNIE MULL1CAii Over leoples Bank eVe Olus Hamilton will preachl at the Baptist church at both hours n xt- Su d ytervthing new n Fall and Winier Hats m tock and all goods ready for T Iming therefore I ain P paredto ser e the ladies in anything the need millinery Come to see my goods b f MISS WILiIE KNOTT LSTA medium size sIlver open fac w tch Eigin works Lost bet e lexas arid my home Reward If re- tUnid to It J YOUNG W are now re y wHba lIli e TaU r d and Trlmm d Hats See the bef you buy WILLIAMS If ou Yant your Laundrv to look good take it to he Red Cross Drug Store F SALE CHEAPThe Century Di tlol y and Encyclopaedia eomplete inl olumes t HC LE Afl he testF tYI inrrimm f oWaand ChUdrpns Hats tRear MISSWILLI KNOTrSl f u ar thinking of a as- lme gine see the MIAMl at A K IIlhe dies ofthe Mackville Christhln- suna SChO 0 1 Will giVe aC onu ndruJn Suppe at ihe home of Mr Will Ra bo rne Sat rday night Sept 25 EV- er bOdinV ted to tt nd vis to th nk my friends for ther past tro geand respectfully ask iII corit nbnce ofsafIleCome to see me- bef re uying MISS WILLIE KNOTT Ifyo are gOing to buy a Wheat Drih donit i1 to ee the Th m s Afuh carload f Birdsellwa ons just arrived ee the Buy them Sold by A C KIMBALL 1 a e your clothes toLi RaviQi have th cleaned and pressed RateS resb Work guaranieed 1e ICaU The Sun office next Monday b06ntyc urtdav nd pay up your sub cripU n in advanc and we will give1f- OU FREiEof charge TheSout emA for one ear ilculturisr STRAY D bodt two weeks ago bl9ck Poland Chinamaleho with white points eight about 140 pounds Re ward for nformation or itsreturJ1- J R AND J F KEENE pringtield Ky Lake osley therealestat men sold in past week for Mr J W- rhompso o Mr J S Leachman the KeliySh p property near Pleasant Grove T e same firm alsos ld fo J S Lea h an to E skineMontgomery his farm of IOQ acres in theHlIlsboro- neighborh od for2OOO The W hmgton County Colored F ir AssociatIOn Association held an qsuaUy sJccessf fair theiast three days of l t week Not only was the ifair a su ess financially but ihe exh PJtions w ealSrfirstClas s e hi ito rs- bein her from this an surroundH1g- countie he best of ot er was ai tained durl g the fair Try Star Flour Its made lIke grllndfrther used to make it IiOR SA EA latestmodel No 5 typ writer This machine is brstclass ondltion havin been used only three months For further par ticulars nterms apply at this offic F 0 RME NO F F A 5H 10 ll t Hart 5 haffner Marx Clothes The most stylish dressers do not dress bette in the costliest madetoorder farments thanve can dress them in Dart Schaffner arx clothe 4ndev n at very high prices youcannot be sure ofgetting allwool quahtythere s a lot of cotton nixed stuff in the custom tailor shops yauwhatthesure of such quality in your clothes it pays you J That makes It pay us We sell these clothesf r I fFi the good f our customers as well as for ours L fSuits 20 to 45 Overcoats 1650 to6Q T hl S s to a e IS the h 0 m eo f L Hart chaffner Idrxclothes Cunningham DuncanCompany Messrs J O and W T Sallee this week sold tohir J W Harker their farm near Canary The farm consIsts 127 acres and brought 5000 T e farm is known as the old Canary pla ahd the Mesrs Sallee who h ve owned it for only about a year realized a ni p fi LosTTuesday S pt 21near Valley Hill a green folding Pocket ook con tainin a certificate from Kimberi moneylandturned to this office or EDW ARDDERRINGER Last week in our article about thb opening of the Graded SChQOlwestate that it opened with a small attendancJ This was a mistake on thepart of thi printer as he ot his r rdslmi lari set it small msteadofHl rge Th ttendanceis larger this year than i has been since the Graded school wa established baJteamthe people In the grand stand begin grow nervous Therd is no occasion fo thIs however The Indians are simply- 8hoWm t eir irreprtssible spirits and never have any trl3uble with anyone T ose who see their games with th Bardstown teaqI at Bardstown on Wed7- nesday arid Thu day Sept and 23 certainly have a treat in store MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the PUbtiCthroUrh the tpaperWithits message ilJto the homes and liyes of the people Your competitor as his stoten w in Us blue Why dont- y u baYC your Dont b1amc the people ftednC t bM tore They knOw wbathe hue I rd of ThanksI We desire to extend our most sincere thanks to our friends who so kindly re nJembered during Our rec nt Teavement beI MR AND MRS D S YANCEY AND ED- SA LEE I1APPY OfLOW dauglterMY Messrs SolomQn Kays and fami1 J- M Shields nd wife Tom Settles J O and Wlfeand C W Stal llings attended the Stat Fair in LoUIS- tromThursda untIl Satu day 1dr Edward Hanby was in Boyle county Friday and Sunday Mrs John Crow and little daughter spent Tuesdav and Wednesday with her tather Mr Hence SCOtt and fanllly Mrs C W S 1lin s and two children snent the weeken in Spr n eld- Mr TW Sutherland and wife spen Frid y with Mr J S Inman and fami ly of Shady Grov- eSeveruJfrom this place ttended- meetin at Rockbridge Sunday Mr Marion Doulton and mother left Frldayf9r Boye county where thiy will spend several days Mrs Brewer and MISS Effie- Coulter in WiUiSbU g Saturfay Mr JjHanby and fliinily spent wife Sundav Mr Edward Hanby and Mr Walter Hanbyand MIss Myrtle Armstron r ObeFowl rand Miss Maria Settles attende i meeting at WJ- 1lisburg Sunday Mr Gilbert Chesser spent Wednesday night wIth his sister Mrs Solomon Kays The protracted meeting began at the Wdhsburt Christian urch Sunday night being conducted by Rev Grubbs and Clay The 8pt1nafleld lma Lot per year 1Aj FARMERS BANKIncorporated Mackvln Ky CAPITAL 1500000 SURPLUS PROFIT 8OO otW- eoffer you fair qeatment with every accom odatiQn that YCOJI bankIngTheBankdepen lattety on ib Directors who must be men of abJitv- as well asinte ty as they are the men who direct Its aff81r8 We present a strong boarda- stro institutIonand are anx ious to serve you J B PETER President ELVIN BIRCH VPresident- J M SMlTtI ashJer DffiEQTORS- J B Peter Ehin Birch J T Sweeiey Dan YcIlvey JM Russell James Cocbrn- Geo W Powell C Shewmaker- J W Best r1JFarm for Sale I desire to sell my farm of 1371 aeres pIinturnpikehurg PJentv of tobacco and wOOd land ood ineadow and blue ATass New five room house with all necessary outbuildings Good orcnarq and plent of water MRS SUSAN CHEATHAM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 193 acres situated llbout2 Iniles below Barks Distillery on Hardins creek 4 miles from Loretto it miles frolD Manton niiles from t Rose on t e Elizabeth roao Good tobacco land 16 acres bottom land lQO acres of grass between 600 and 700 rods of rock fence Want to sen before sowing wheat C G SITH Springfield Ky Rt 5 Try KentuckyStar Flour Sog I XentuckyS Flour Bet mde TN Iu vnat Ii1THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER zz909 l + iiFall and Winter Millinery- At our Store on 1 tit s it iFriday and Saturday Ocf f and 2i iWe earnestly ask that you be present r and looK our goods over 4 + + fit Wathen Shader t + Over J J Graves Jewelry Store S + + 4t 4t4t PLEASANT RUN t Mr and Mrs Jack Sharp of Willis burg visited Mrs Sharps father Mr T E Wilson Saturday and Sunday daughvter of Louisville visited Mrs W B Myers the latter part of last week Messrs Clarence Goode Earl Bur ford and Sydney Whayne of East Tex as attended the childrens exercises Sunday and dined with the Misses Lynch Quite a large audience was present Sjinday to hear the children At the close of the exercises Master Robert Wilson recited on Childrens Day Offering Then the children as well as the audience contributed for the just cause The amount was 720 Mr and Mrs Clem Cocanougher and f f mllyof East Texas visited Mrs Elder and family Sunday I Mrs C W+ Dawson is still on the sick list On account of scarlet fever there is m school at Cartwright this week Rev Moore of Lebanon visited Mr and Mrs C W Dawson Sunday Miss Hattie E Durham of Lancas theIweekvisited W B Myers Sunday It Saved His Leg uAll thoughtjld loose my leg l writes J A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could TheIlIand well Infallible for Skin Eruptions FeverSores26c at Haydon and Robertsons THE and SUN TIMES 93 SO Ready to Shop Today II I I 1 I Are you coming out to see all the nice garments oh Iexhibit Going around just to look and form ideas If you are whether you intend to rr ake a single purchase Ior not wedbe most happy to h ve you make this I 1garmentsechon 1IISpecial inducements to those who Ipurchase a Suit or Cloak Early I We are offering our stock pf Silk and Satine Petti coats at Bargain Prices for a few daysICALICO WRAPPERS 75c100 and L25 grade for this week The ROBERTSON CLA YBROOKE CoINCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY r l w V STALtARp D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 flitTEETH All Wfirk Done in this office is first andjusttOver McElroy Sh ers Grocery J it eqeoeooeoeo eaeoeaeoeQ tiNotesJe To Visitors In and Out oi TownA 0 Round Up ofthe Weeks o Personal I ewseacoaaoacio Mrs T Scott s spent last week in Louisville j raY Mrand Mrs Ferd Spalding of Bardstown attended the funeral o Mrs Polin Edelen las Friday Miss Willie Knot was the guest of relatives in Louisville last week Mr G D Qunc n is in Cincinnati this week purchasing fall goods for the firm of Cunningham Duncan Mr and Mrs Jol n Mahon of Leb anon spent Sunday a the home of Mr E S Mayes Sr Messrs Garland Cunningham and Howard McElroy have returned from a two weeks trip to Oklahoma Judge and Mrs iE Selecman and Miss Lucy Setecr mnjhave returned home after a week sviSIt to Middle boro Mrs Jesse Rap er has returned to her homein Bardstov n after a visit tO her parents Mr and Mr jC L Price Miss Lou Booker has returned fr m a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Sophia Co wry has returned home after a visit tc ss May McGill of Lebanon Mr Will Hone of Lebanon was in town Tuesday Miss Margaret bader is in Louis ville this Mrs weekj Mrs Richard Kelly aret Hagan attended the bunal o Bishop McClosky at Nazareth Tuesday Mr John Miller and Misses Carrie Miller and BessieHghes of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Gregory Edelen Miss Kate Ede en was in Lebanon Monday Miss BlancheC irrico has returned to her home at Fowardstown after spending several weeks with her sister Mrs G T Clement Miss Minnie Me Jlellan has returned from Louisville where she has been studying the fall sti les in millinery oMrs W Magan has returned from a several weeks VIsit to her mother Mrs Bell n Tennessee Mr Will Medic y of Owensboro is spending several di ys with his mother Mrs George Medle cMrsJ J M cabe has returned from Louisv llchere she spent the past two weeks Miss Minnie Blanford returned home Monday al ter spending a week with relatives in L misyille t =MtandMra R HShader spent Sunday in Louisyil eFc Miss Bertha rusty of Sebreei KYtwas called ere last week by thp illness of her brother F DVTrusty Hon John V Lewis is in Greens burg this week Mr W D d ybrooke was in Leb anun yesterday Mr Josepholin attended the fu neral of Bishop McClosky at Nazareth yesterdayMrs Kate J Williams was in Louis yule Wednesday Mr John F Simms Mrs John Kelly and Mast irJohn Martin Simms were in Louisville the latter part of last week i Miss Flaget Simms has returned home after a everl weeks visit t Miss Martha Wai ler ot Paris Misses Kati Hertlein and Clemi Strauss were in ebanon Monday Miss Jenhie Greene has returned home from Louis ille where she visited friendsMISS Mamie Allen has returned from a visit to riends and relatives in Louisville Mran4 Mri T A Spalding of Bardstown spent Sunday at the homer of Mrs Spaldmgs parents Mr and MrsBen Haydon Miss Mary Louise Eckertreturned to her home in Louisville Monday af ter spending two weeks with Miss Flora Mudd HaydonlClarks m in Lebanon list week Mr Ben Medley and sister Miss Margaret Medley left Tuesday to spend ten days at French lick Springs Mr Hamilton Merrimee and Miss Maria Merrimee have rretirned to Louisville after a weeks visit at the home of Mr Ben Haydon Mr and Mrs WE Butler of New Hope iAllwho have been visiting the family of W D Glavbrooke returned home yesterday They were accompanied by Mrs Claybrooke and little forfseveral weeks Messrs Evan L Mc Carty Will McChord TheolCampbell Chas Greene Shaker Robertson Rob Marks Wathen Simms Jas Graves C H McIntire and Ralph Boldrick were among those who attended the ball game in Louisville Sunday Live Stock Markets Reported by Bourbon Stqck Journal Bourbon Stockyards Louisvile Sept 21 CattleRe iceipts 63 for the two days 2843 the att en ante of buyerswas light the market very quiet and no material change in conditions choice fat cattle were in good demand medium and common butcher stock slow good healthy Demand for desirable feeders and stockers at fully steady prices bulls steady canners dull milch cows unchanged no prime heavy cattle here feeling about steuty Calves Receipts 53 head for two days 287 the market ruled steady to firm bulk of the best 7J7fc somef w fancra shade higher medium and com mon calves very dull heavy calves hard to sell medium 5J65c culls 24cHogsReceipts 561 tor two days 8 660 the market opened 5c higher on top hogS and lights while pigs sold steady selected 165 Ibs and up selling at 770 7 1130 to 165 Ibs 740755 pigs 5565690 roughs 675 down the market closed slow and weak Do not shIp grassy halffat hogs to this mar ket buyers dont want that class at any figure Sheep and LambsReceIpts 58 head for two days 670 the market rUled quiet today prices were t generally about steady a very good local demand existed for good butcher lambs and choice fat mutton sheep the best Iambs 66c seconds 4J42c culls 84c choice fat sheep 34c common sheep dull nothing doing in the stock ewe trade GRAIN WHEAT f No red andlongberryiSilsi3l 14 No 8 red and longberrvlOSlllRejected 2 c less on loveeTHclesa7 1 i3 i1 OATS LNew No 2 white id 4- 2No2 mixed 41 Rye 80 The prices for wheat are those paid by deal erp the quotations for corn and oats are sell ing prices To Mammoth Lave Only 375 round trip September 28 to see Mammoth Cave during the dry fall season Water low and Echo on the river grand makes it the opportune time for societies lodges arid schools to see this great subterranean wonder The board at hotel including the river route and great mammoth dome route in the cave for 4 See L N agent Kentucky Star Flour Best made The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen In the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adam of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from alloremedies 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 Disordersis supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by Haydon and Robertson Kentucky Star Flour Best made COMING and Trained Animal Exposition SPRSEPt24 in r J V Mighty Modern Monarch The A rente World fE- MBRACrHC EVERYTHING EXTRAORDINARY end EXHIBITING EVER THING EXCEPTIONAL C Three Distinctly Diversified and Colossally Com qualityjAll ilkWorld contributes to this Traveling eiip of splendors Amazing assembly of all thats best in the exhibition field1H 1 The WHOLE WORLD RANSACKED for WONDERS Convocation of Acrobats Leapers Gymnasts Tumblers 21iiI EquilipristSi Startling New Feature Acts and Performances Clod contingent of 20 Grand spectacular Arabian Carnival Regal horse show Gorgeous Pageants and tournaments trained Hors Dogs and Ponies Greatest trained lions in America Aherdy Pertojming elephants j The Finest Collection of Wild Animals in the entire Wend Containing AH Earths Most Curious Gwjatures The Largest Gathering a the Deluge Far Beyond Comparison Splendid Living Specimens of all t Marvelous Types of Brute Creation Gold AfParade iJtlWealthfcriotJjPonies I 2 Performance F r ElqJ I At 2 andML tii 1J1 Grand Free X i i irdO thO n Sh QUIftJ I II 0 after s e itheparade 4p i THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 Ygoq IH11olg i Mystery of the Great Monuments V Found In This Country RELICS OF A VANISHED RACE w r The Strangely Shaped Structures Are TTwuflht to le Mere Than Two THeutahd Years Olcf The Enigma fTheM Wh Reared Them Scattered through the middle west sad In other part of the United States are more than 10000 monstrous odd builtrqueer geo wbtrlcal figures others shaped like huge serpents crocodiles buffaloes turtles eagles lizards dragons with ggs In their mouths etc Some of these mounds are a mile long some much smaller In Newark 0 stands continuous mound constructed In a perfect circle more than 5000 feet In circumference The mounds are often covered with trees that are many cen taries In age These strangely shaped t structures are thought to be more than 2000 years old Who built them Certainly not the North American Indians The Indians have ever been a lazy roving race making their live lihood chiefly by hunting and fishing seldom remaining long In one neigh borhood and using tents or the rudest hate as their dwelling places The mysterious people who built the anounds were not ar8ceot rover An Infinitely long time must have been required for erecting each huge Ignorantvknowledge of geometry as well as 01 astronomy and of the principles of building Carefully laid out military fortifications abound in the mound builders country Indicating that the aUoBglnes bad martial Tore and en igiijgirlng skill and that they under many modern principles of at tack and defense There are also sepulchral mounds 80ID then sixty feet high These contain human bones skulls etc as weTllas copper utensils and bits of pot tery The bones when exposed to air crumble at once to dust As the bones of Europeans who dlpd twenty cen turiesago are often found intact and nC many authorities believe the mound builders date back at least evfcral centuries before the time of Jallus Caesar Cleverly made pottery and copper or bronze implements of war and peace are found all through the mounds Ancient abandoned copper mines on the banks of Lake Superior show that the mound builders well understood the art of mining The workmanship of the copper bracelets bronze knives etc prove their skill at the forge In one of the prehistoric Lake Su perior mines has been found a mass of copper weighing eight tons resting on a high platform ready for removal to the upper earth This implies the use of well constructed mine machinery Pictures that have been found etched upon cOPPer and Ivory portray much artistic skill From all this it seems that in some remote age the central part of North America was inhabited by a race of warlike Industrious decidedly civi lized beings who b dsplend d skill at building at the arts of mining en gineering and higher mathematics and who flourished apparently during numerous centuries Yet so long ago did the mound builders cease to exist that In all Indian folklore there Is no men tion no memory of them themselvesly settled in America long after the mound builders had vanished The skulls discovered In the mounds are not shaped in the least like skulls of Indians nor even of Europeans Some archaeologists claim to find strong re semblance between the mound build ers skulls and those of the ancient Egyptians If there were any connec lion between the two who can explain how an Egyptian race chanced to flour ish In the middle west The fafe of the mound builders as mysterious as the strange people themselves After reaching so high a civilization and thriving for so long a time it seems strange that they should have been completely destroyed No satisfactory explanation has ever been offered Perhaps the mound builders moved south and be me rnerged with the Mexican Aztecs or Peru tans or some savage Tarpffrom the north may have swept down utter destroy ed them or a wholesalefiiestllence may bare wiped out their nation The weird looking earthen monuments the purpose of most of them a puzzle to the best archaeologists are the sole remaining proof that thist great lost American race ever existed New York Worldr How anaged A man In an up state CQunty owns a number of horses and has n gi nt rep tatibn for skill In the treatme of them One day a farrner who wanted jBorae valuable Information approached the horse owners little boy and said t Cook here my little man when one If your fathers horses Is ill what does he dp Do you mean slightly ill or serious Mlylll asked th hoy cautiously Ob seriously 111Vsald the farmer Because said the child if a horse Is only slightly be gives It medicine but if If Is seriously ill he sells itNew York PressITroubles must ithWe iwbo are always looking for then will have the largest share ill tHfsPORtIHG WOFLD- Balls Big Improvement cbnngeorThis seems to be so In the case of Nell Ball the former New Yorker now a member of the Cleveland Americans playe11joining the Naps he has put up a rat ding good game at short In a recent game against Boston Ball made a triple play unassisted Balls great achievement probably saved the game for his team Wagner and Stahl of the Bostons opened the Ll r TJ I I I rl- vtaiJTI NEIL BALL OP TriE CLEVELAND AMERICANS second inning with clean singles On the hit and run Ball went over to cov erse and so was in a position to spear McConneils vicious liner al most directly over the bag He had but to step on the cushion to double up Wagner who had left with be pitch Stahl had such a lead off first that he was unable to stop until he was within a step or two of Ball Neal had then but to tag him before he could recover to complete the triple put out Ball baa the distinction of making the first play of this kind that has ever been seen in the major leagues Only six times previously in the history of baseball has the play occurred To Boom Horse Racing August Belmorits announcement that he will race almost exclusively In America In future Is regarded as excellent proof that the turf In this country will not be obliterated Mr Belmont has paid an unusual amount of attention to racing here this season visiting the tracks almost dally find says he is convinced that the public will support the game with enough liberality to keep It alive even If It may he several years before the old popularity returns Mr Belmonts de termination to have thirty nursery bred yearlings turned over to Trainers John Whalen and Thomas Welsh to be prepared for next seasons campaign on the metropolitan tracks is the result of careful observation and It is thought will result in other big turfmen following the example of the Jockey clubs chairman5 Mr Belmont will send three yearlings to England more as a compliment to Trainer War son than for any other reason But superb breeding establishments In Kentucky will he shown on the New York race courses Steady 210 Trotters Scarce The two minute trotter appeared six years ago rind the trotters that have beaten 205 number sixteen but the person who can breed or horse so that he can trot three suclesJ sire heats In 210 can get av price for him that will pay well for the effort and he can also earn money enough In one year with such a horse to keep the owner In good condition the fol lowing year While the list of 210 trotters ISa long one tilling over two pagesIn the year hook the fact re mains that a 210 trotter Is good enough to win In any country If UP can trot three successive heats that fast and the people who go to harness races will always enthuse over any trotter that can do It t Change In Athletic Rules At the last meetlngof the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States steps were taken for important changes in the rules governing chain plonshlps of the A AU and tin legislation committee was instructed at tbijt time to prepare new rules pro vlcjlng for several new events =namely the hop step and Jump and throwing the Javelin These have been added to the championship list as has also the ten mire run The ten mile run Gas t been plven for several years past buNt is now made one of the 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Through In Washington Brooklyn and Boston Baseball magnates not only are hunt Ing for players but they are keeping a sharp lookout for managers One ma jor league club Cleveland has already obtained a new pilot Larry Lajole the former leader of the raps having tired of the everlasting anvil chorus played by the fans and critics alike be cause he did not get a pennant win fling combination for the Forest City has retired to the rank of a private There will be new leaders in 1910 totIthe Washington and St Louis and pos sibly the Chicago teams of the Amen can league and It is no certainty there will not be new commanders for the Brooklyn and Boston clubs of the National league Possibly President Eb bets of the Superbas will allow Harry Lumley to continue another year as 1J leader of the Brooklyn brigade but as Charles a canned Patsy Donovan for not getting results and as the Les tershlre justice hasnt made bet 11indicationsWhether Frank Chancei John McGraw Hugh Jennings Connie Mack or Fred Clarke could bane done any better With the Boston Nationals than Harry Smith now is doing never will beIknown John S Dovey president of the Doves may deride to let Smith re main In control of Bostons aggregation of misfits and then again he marIpick out some former Boston playerj who Is popular with the public and put him In command The woods are full of athletes of this kindDuke Farrell Hughey Duffy and Tommy McCarthy for example The new manager of the St Louts Americans already has been selected Jack OConnor better known as Row dy Jl1ckwill step Into the shoes of James Royal McAleer Sunny Jim will not mind retinjug to the peace and quietude of Youngstown O after eight years of service in the Mound City This Is the last season fans on the American league circuit will have to 11Cantll1onregard for keeping the Senators In last place the Washington owners intend to present to Sir Joseph a lovely set BIIVILLECLUB of tinware and he can go to Chicagrt and run his hotel or dash to Minne apolis and help Brother Mike run the Millers after this season The CanUl1j Ion regime has beeila flrstclass frost Thus far the names of many pastim ers have been mentioned as his prob able successor Those on the inside think Guy Harris White sporting emporium proprietor tooth puller southpaw pitcher and substitute center fielder of the White Sox has the best chance of landing the job Bill Bernhard who was a major league pitcher for nine seasons once loomed up as the man likely to be selected as the next manager of the Cleveland fence breakers Undoubted ly Strawberry Bill has demonstrated his class as a peerless leader since heI leas been in command of the Nashville club of the Southern league Last sea son Berehard landed the Tennesseeans In front in one of the hottest races onI record This year he has them in ond place and within striking seIof the top Bill may yet secure a as manager In a major league t Unless Fielder Jones gives up the life of an Oregon timber king there will be no change in the management of the Chicago White Stockings B1Ylivansuits Conimy and the old Ro man intends to back him to the limit In getting a good team together Thus far Comlskey has expended 100000 for new material for his much darned Sox This sum does not represent ac tual cash but Include players who will have to be turned over to minor league clubs In order to put through the deals that havebeen made An odd thing about the fifteen pros ant major league pilots Is that the mn jority of them sire or were backstops Stallings Mack Sullivan Jennings Lake Bresnahan Chance and Smith all have been knights of the wind pad The one pitcher among the managers is Clarke GrifBlth the infielders are Can tlllon and McGraw and the outfielders pre McAleer Clarke Murray and Linn ley Special Correspondence The remodeling of the executive of flea Jn the western wing of the White Hsiise began tfie other day with the re aural of the office furniture to the cl a rooms adjoining the porteco buildingIMiscbler who Is In charge qt the of force left behind by Mr Taft on hi departure for BeVerly will conducts b part of the president routine co Despondence as can be hzdied in hi absence White House Changes he plans for the change In the pr dents offices call for the expend- it re of 40000 The front ele ration of th office wing wilt be left un hanged as the extensions will be made at the Ithewowi bin a few days and to flush the 1111suTetinTqnNov 10iYheii the White House was re nod- ineled President Roosevelts time the sapaan his family were in the executive islon Ghosts of the Capital TIe big capitol building on the hill Its ghosts Identified and other IU1CSJhe employees of the building r terence to these ghosts are plctur esg4e others are laughable others carrp1 with them that tinge of tjragedy that makes them the more interesting Nt aurally there are quite a dumber loroughly identified ghosts regis tered In different parts of theIedifice The existence of the restless pilgrims fron another land Is vouched for by sere alot the employees of the building and while most of them are suppose to contine their pperatlons to the biseoient there are several that are refuted to roam all over the place I Spectral Footsteps W en the body of President Gurfleld lay state at the capitol an old engineer who was employed In the basemen and who ridiculed the idea of 1ghos s decided to be revenged upon watchmen and policemen w 10 re jinainjd in the building througi the He procured two large Eigllsh wain its aud securely tied the half shells on the four feet of the pet cat and carefully turned her loose lJallL ljstat Th pn ble flj ors at midnight in th setn dark ness us the distracted cat scampered about trying to get rid of her new shoesgave the watchers the vorst of their tires The incident though a harmless joke ga erIe to the story of the spectral footstep which follow alt those who have to cross Ihe rotunda in statuary hall aftj niihtIon the sutJect en10unteredbseen in hall formerlyy Illtldthe181al8oIaeered at aim st any time There is also a story of General Lo gnu Who returns It is said to observe the dQ oftb committee on will lhntheroom 0111 the corridor r adjoining LEnf ants Apparition Accbrfling to one of the many leg ends vnlch have been gradually accu mulating ever since the building was completed a corridor In the senate wing basement has a frequent ghostly walker bf a foreign aspect This tall isircport to pacing up and down that particular passageway and giving a dignified mil- Itary salute at frequent intervals Ills Identity Is still a mystery to the Initi ated Ip jspirltual lore but It Is be ilqved J at the ghost of Major iLEnfan the talented Frenchman who initonI repeated if f years as the animal apparition which returns at Ir regular icrlods The story does not vary much being merely that of an ordinary tabby at first sight but she grbvsto a gigantic horror be fore the yes of a frightened observer Suddenly this demon cat emits a fierjct yowl 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seers N G Marks has returned to her JiMnei11 Springfield after a pleasant wit at the home of Mrs Palmer Goat ty Mrs Thos Virgin and daughter Mrs H G Virgin of Maud visited friends 5 tis section Friday Mr and Mrs Ed kelly wereguests of their parents at Cedar View Sunday Thos Reed of Booker was in our 3Mdst Friday on business SUs Nora Piles of McIntire WflsI 5fe guest of her grandmother Mrs S JE riles of this place last peek r W TBeamW T Stigall and Wal lerBriggs were among those who at tended the State Fair from this place Fotsey Brings is out again after a fierieos attack of nervous dyspepsia- G C Donahoe and mother attended tte fair Thursday and FridayII tiffsrt in Louisville YalTas Pinkstonof Mt Zion was the truest of Walter Bnggs Friday night and Saturday Ifted Cheatham of Mooresville re ypntly purchased nice 2yearold mare from Ernest Goatley for 150 W 71 Snider purchased a young SotaEhdown rant from W F Moran at 15Br J N Shehan of Maud was call 6Tit6 this place last week by the sudden illness of Mr L N Simpson who is vow Bufferin a fully developed case of Cjrphoid fever Two ot his children are also suffering f pi the same disease Threshing is about finished in this section The grain proved to be of an inferior grade however it is much setter than expected Kay Piles is suffering a slight attack 0f typhoid fever J flux correspondent had the painful f per e rte of being kicked by a horse fa the arm and leg lastweek Al tfeeugh no bones were broken the injuries were very painful and as yet a m not tree from pain W regret to learn of the death of Kv Gravesat Fenwick Sunday and ec endcondolence to the bereaved tamiii- JAin F Simms and Kent Smith of1 Springfield were in our midst Mpnday JPr08PCc lingo W B Ballard has purchased a fa JTelspn county Walter Briggs returned home Sunday l t after a visit to friends at Maple Hill and Tatham Springs FEN WICK Miss Jennie Litsey of Canary was the guest Hof her sister Mrs J I Brewer Sunday Mr and Mts L E Graves and baby Mir James Lanham and wifeand Mr ClfjMrlast r f Mrs Rosa McAlister and Miss Mag SpfirrgfieldMM J B Fenwick was the guest her parents of near this place Mon day The moonlight party thut was given by Miss Addle Warren and Mr Wallace Adams at the home of Mr and i Mrs Robt Milton was well attended and all report an enjoyable time Miss Grace rnoJdof Mackville was the guest of Miss Sadye Fe tWl k Saturday night and Sunday Bro Purdom delivered an interesting ight1There were guests of J W Barker and fami ly SundayI on 1- M l1 V I Our Sympathy is always extended to those in distress but we have no sym pathy to waste on the man fj who borrows his neighbors paper when he can have one of his own at a mere nominalI expense Your home paper stands for your interests and the interests of your hometown It deserves your moral and financial support If you are not a member ofour ni1yofersl you should mibegin sow fcy sending im subscriptW yourl C SHETLAND PONIES islsed With Profit In Sovral Stab Their Good Points The business of raising Shetland ionics has become a profitable nnd 1m lortant industry in several states The ittle animals seem to thrive better in he northern and middle states than n the extreme south doubtless be ause of their origin in the rigorous climate of the Shetland islands This Is true only with reference to their reeding for the SUetland ponylsa true cosmopolitan at home in all lands mU in all climes and Is perhaps un qualed by any other animal in points f hardiness and endurance In de authorIttUTbe head should not be too floe eye should be prominent the ars of good size And set well forward he neck is thick niic crested high o that the impression is convey bat the crest extends right upto the ars This gives appearances of great rengtb tv the nee and added fto tbe road shoulders enables the pony co raw great weights The neck should e of good length and the buck of urse short The rib should be very ell sprung any indication of slab dedivess flavoring of the Icelander be quarters should he as round as n apple and the tall set on moderately Ugh In short the Shetland pony should ass muster when judged by the I olnts of a horse and tbere must be ro appoaraiice of delicacy about him Nothing pffiyninate will dp for a Suet mtf stallion A poor neck is a fats fault and for the saute reason nothing c arse will do for a mare The geldings t wh 4ir s t ti 4tt WELL BRED SHETLAND s lould be a sturdy medium betwe t ie two Another fatal fault Is an JiicIIuation to legginess Iii fact short h gs are so characteristic f the Shet h nd that a leggy one Is a rarity to be gybLISo in selecting a pouf look for one is short legged sturqy In build tiick in the chest strong in his neck firesfforetop sbould come betwejcn the ears fom the top of the cretand the onys legs sbould be sound ands rong The pastern should be spring a id the action smart and trappy as The eye will in the most of IsSlble the dlsposltibn but it IsIv ry rarely Indeed that ai pure Shetland is either pigheaded or vi pus IISilo Notes prosperityjhen sllag Is fed Silage makes splendid pncep feed hen used judiciously The time is coming whehsilos will bas numerous its corncrlbs The man who has the largest milk tcedse1JaJteI top tt eror late spring sum Remember its easier to fill and eas icr to feed from two small silos than p IB large one The slings will keep b tter too t The silo is appreciated at no season n ore than just between winter and mmerteeds The hay is usually IJ w and the cattle are hungry for g een succulent teed Silage bridges o er the season and brings the stock o tin good cdnditlonIilmlalls Dairy Enrmer Streaky Butter Streaky or mottled butter may be caused by the salt or it may be d t the working of the butter The sal so evenly diffused in tbe finest kind- o butter that as Is shown by a micros ope every grain is surrounded by a Om of clear and transparent brine ft Web points out the necessity of avoid irg the overworking of the butter be f re the salt Is nddod Ip the firs orklug every particle of the milk- should be got rid of but enough c ear water should be lettlto dissolve ocrj grain of salt hours before the next working If this is d me there will be but little dung n streakiness in the butter but to g tl e best results the salt be very fl icly ground r1d Bokhara Sh The department of agriculture Is seriously considering the l trod lct1on sheepIslan lamb All astrakhan fur is now- ised on territory tributary to tlw isplnn set The best fur is taken ffom the Jamb when It Is only tour 0 ednysoJd The Bokhara sheep al makes good mutton 3a TAeABCamXYZof ADVERTISINGA reties Shrew Eatoa f PfclUdelphU IN O J The man who succeeds must fill his job so full peoplecanthing only in a different way beedright the service must be commendable the trading must be square i the kind of square that has four equal sides and four right angles Every successful store has its trademark whether the merchant knows it or not Its advertising and its service have created a public sentiment in its favor which neither reverses nor fire nor time can obliterate Nine times put of ten this trademark is the stores biggest asset Much of the ordinary store advertising is a hand tomouth sort of business an effort to make tomor rows sales equal to todays or yesterdays and this is just as true of the department store as of the small er shop The advertisement appears in the morning and the merchant figures out the net results in the evening It is true that the bargain advertisement of today is of little if any use next week It is for gotten in twentyfour hours but if the store makes a feature of genuine bargains then each bargain sale helps to advertise the bargain department The advertising ought to be done in such a way as to permanently advertise the department as well as to daytDont go at it as if you were advertising an auction sale As I said at the outset your store is the seed in the soil the advertising is the rain and the Isunshine Inexperienced advertisers dig up the seed every evening ylo see if it is growing or pull up the plant J y the roots because it didnt bear fruit 1youngwers the first week IItis safe to say that not more than onethird of are looking for bargains the other two thirds are looking for quality and style The very fact that the goods are offered at bargain prices leaves the theenquality or that the style is a season behind Good advertising should enable a merchant to sell 20 coats at 25 instead of 25 coats at 1250 in other words t it should create confidence rather than doubt As in arenalways more desirable in the thought of the investing public than are those quoted at a discount actionemechanical laws circumference and speed and working power increase while the motor remains the same Make your advertising continuous This is the first great secret of success Copy and medium and everlastinglyj Copyrlfht 1903 Tribune Company Chicago Letter Head sf l Statements Bill Heads we oMCards Anything and everything In the way of higbgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job facilit ties of the best and our workmen Thistostory of our facilities for doing job printing of the right Cards pricest EnIveOpes Bill Heads Statements eaets THE SUN AND- LOUISVILLE TIMES YEARsu j T 15 t TXEWMIK MEATESTSEWflN HUME LIGHT RU NhlING 1r r ZrsI Ifyon wanteitheraVlbrating Shuttle Rotwry or a Thread Chain liMJSewing Machine write to THE NEW HIME SEWINI MACHINE IMPART Orange MM Many scwlne machines are made to sell re cardies quality but the New llene is made to wear Our guaranty never tunsdui Bold by authorized dealers eIywok SAUt EdM Russell LtbanonSiriD jfiild Autimtbilt Line Schedule Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield LN Station Walton Hotel 730 a m k 830 a in 1030 a m 100 p in 400 p mI 500 p m 630 p m 1 730 p m 1030 a m Sunday 200 p m SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to us wh n you sell lyour stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge oUlerfarmLand for sale or for rent not included but in sorted in another department of the r at very low rates for cash POSITIVELY aoiking but the above mentioned will be run free M H Jones Springfield nas for sale some sows and 20 shoats Dr Deb e Rt 4 has for sale a nice Chester White sow with six nice shoats weight about 40 pounds 300bushelsand one buck Gibbs Birch Springfield have for sale 15 sheep Price 6 Mrs Sam Tucker Rt1 has for sale pure bred Rhode Island Red Roosters and Pullets 75c each J L Allen Springfield has for sale a fine Jersey cow C L Rt 3 has for sale eight or tenBuck Sheep C L Grundy Springfield has for sale one Ohio improved Cheeterwbite withdownewesGibbs Thomas have for sale eigh BuckLambsC W Homan Springfield Ky wants to buy a ton of good clean time thy hay Use Kentucky Star flour to bake your Cake and make Biscuits Itslight pure whIte and healthful Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors waa kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spid ers bite caused large deep tiptoe to cover his leg The doctors failed they Bucklens Arnica Calve completely cured me writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles itfa supreme 25c at Haydon Robertsons The SOB sad cottrsrIottlrsal La- The Springfield Man file liter yfco ti4tf1WbgttSEWING MACHINE ROLLEltplARINO HIGH GRADL Automatk Lift I S by bityiag this L V reliifblehoaert high grade sew Monev g sae STRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewing Machine Go t BBLVIDERE ILUNOl8 i