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LiI ji f rr7 Ljt Jr UBItrb Y UUci d l1 n DEVOTED TO t THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 2 4i L ri I j af IYOLUMEYc1 SMIMIFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCT IEIlIi 1909 i t i HOMIER 44L j FATHER SON r AND DAUGHTER Are Victims of Typhoid Fever Within Thirty DaysResi dents of Community Sorrow Stricken J Valley Correspondent Mr L N Simpson of this place rt Ji don September 30 at 1150 p m after a short and fatal attack of ty phoid fever x During the month of September he witnessed the death of two of his chil dren vho were also stricken with the same treacherous disease This almost unbearable sorrow coupled with loss of rest and contact with the many germs necessarily infesting the home overpowered his almost superhuman endurance and he too passed to beJ unknown world above Mr Simpson was a man of sterling character upright and honest in all his dealings and although not a church Ii member he led a good moral life and died peacefully and calmly bowing in fimhblffwbmission to the will of a Di i vine Creator p tMr was born Oct 19 185b In Mercer county and lived his entire life in that and neighboring counties On May 50th 1889 he was united in marriage with Miss Lucy McGinnis also a native of Mercer county To this union seven children were born four of whom suryive their fathers death two grown daughters an infant daughter and a grown son Besides these sorrowstricken chil dren the heartbroken mother survives t1e awful calamity that has casts lponi over their lives and darkened the horizon of 4tieir future The deceased had one brother MrI iGebrise SimDson of near Springfield also Messrs John and Con Simpson lhalfbrotners To the bereaved family and relatives we extend our heartfelt sympathy in their affliction f j ath of Mrs Wells r Mrs Amanda Wells died at the home of her daughter Mrs R P Colvin last Sunday aged 87 years the deceased had been sufferer from paralysis for some time and this added to her ad vanced age hastened her death The funeral services were conducted at the Christian church of Antioch Monday and the remains interred in the ceme tel at1 that place Mrs Wells was the mother of a large family having borne ten children three Mrst1Iett all of this county survive One of her daughters Mrs Robinson died just a week before her mother Mrs Wells had been a widow for about a guart r ot a century SAts Robt Noe and Mr Lev Brown of Springfield are grandchildren of the deceased Rally Day 4I NeXt Sunday will be Rally Day at the Springfield Baptist Sunday School There will be recitations and special music Prof Colvin has consented to make an addresn Exercises will corn mence promptly at 930 All are cor dially invited to attend Words to Freeze the Soul Your son has consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words W re8poknto G oE Elevens a lead jng merchant of Springfield NC by two expert doctorsone a lung special ist Then was shown the wonderful ipower of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr jBlevens he was as well as ever I would not take all the mosey in the worJdfor what It did for my boy In fallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung d diseases on earth 50c and 100 Hay don Robertsonguarantee Rat staction p rial bottle tree I Dissolved Partnership Messrs Geo Lr Wharton and Dudley Tapp who for a number of years have conducted the Main Street livery stable under the firm name of Wharton Tapp dissolved partnership last week In the future the stable will be conducted by Mr Tapp while Mr Whar ton will engage in farming Messrs Wharton and Tapp would haye been in business twelve years had they not dissolved partnership until the ninth day of this month Since forming a partnership they have built up a fine business and the home people as well as the traveling public will regret to know that thev have dissolved partner ship Death of Infant Little J K Jr the two weeks old baby of Mr and Mrs Walter Leach man died at the home of Mrs Leach mans sister Mrs Wiesen in Louisville last Wednesday after having been sick with whooping cough for a few days The death of the baby was an especial ly sad one as it vas the only boy baby n Mrs Leachmans family and had already become a little Id lnot only in the eyes of its parents but of the en tires family Tothe numerous expressions of sym patny which have been extended Mr and Mrs Leachman The Sun wishes to add its condolence Republican Primary The Republican house to house pri mary in the Willisburg and North pre cincts to choose candidates for Magistrate and Constable proyed to be very exciting in the Magistrates race two of the candidates Nimrod Hendten and David Derringer tying with 108 votes each while the third candidate AJ Moore received 98 votes Squire Hen dren is from the Willisburg precinct while the other two candidates live in the North The two candidates who tied will probably run the race over next week For Constable WadeHardin the incumbent won an easy victory oyer his opponent Willis Riley Opera House Oct 91 r r tbeOpera9 when The College Boy comes to town for its annual engagement Up totheminute comedy and real fun are promised and judging from the list of principals in this famous comedy suc cess the laughing atmosphere looks exi ceedmgly bright SongsI that arej catchy music that is tuneful and specialties that are pleasing the claimed and no doubt the song hit will be hummed and whistled about the town soon Seats are on sale at the Red Cross Drug Store The company carries a firstcrass band and orchestra Teachers Meeting The Teachers Association of School DivisfnNo 1 will be held Saturday Oct 16 1909at the Cecilville School House from 1080 a m to 3p HonT Scott Mayes will deliver an address on School Improvement Prof Geo Colvin will speak on The Kentucky Boy and other addresses will be made by Superintendent J W Bush and some of the teachers Everybody is expected to attend and make this a great day St Marys 11 High School 0 At St Marys College last Saturday the second team of that institution defeated the team ifromthe High School of this place by aj score of 11 to 0 The St Marys boys are heavier than the h me team and have also had the bene fit of better training Another game between the samo teams will be played at School Park the coming Satur d 1aYeI TAil TOMOBILE TOUR Fit st Annual Tour of Louisville utomobile Club Will Be Through Springfield Next Friday XhtaHe theii first annual tour October 8 ana andIthe first days run will carry thernI through Springfield where they wil irrive about 10 or 1030 a m Fn daj morning coming from Bardstown and nasuing through to Lebanon and ryirilb The ntestants in this tour which will lie to test the reliability and economy af he different machines will be divi le i into two sections one consist ing o tIle dealers and the other of the owners Theie will be about fitty machine in the ontest 1 OeIprize has been offered by the Lou a ille Herald and another by the Eve ling Post while various trophie- willj i e given by dealers and Louisville bite enthusiasts Automobilist alon i the route are invited by jthe Ash socis ti n to join in the contest This will be the greatest display of auto ever seen in this county and no duub t there will be a crowd along the route o view these the best machines to b p otrd 4 DIeS In Owensboro 0 e Ky Oct 4Hugh B Phill pitOlie of the wealthiest men in Owe s died after a long illness at 1030 clock tonight at his home on Snutli Frederica street Mr Phillips was o n in Meade county in 1833 He was in business in Lebanon for a num ber f years and cames to Owensboro and e ig aged in the liquor and dry goods busI 1 he became one of the large SlLater merchants in Western Kent traveled entensively in th j limited States Europe and Can adal twicemarried His first wife was a Miss Austin and his second wife who jr rives was Miss Eliznbetb Salo mon o St Louis Mr Phillips had many relatives in Central Kentucky He h id not been actively engaged in busin ss for the past year V He was a grandfather Mr H P McCh re ot this place Brown Piles Mr t J Brown and Miss Addle Piles IF ve to Lebanon last Thnrsday night and were married at the Baptist Parson abe Rev A C Graves performing tt e ceremony The bride is the daughtef of Mr and Mrs Clel Piles and f rl several years hasmade her home in Springfield Mr Brown is a well Down and prosperous young ar mer v ho lives about four mU stfrom town I J Special Servic- esS1 afternoon services were held at St hose Sunday which were attended by j a large gathering The chief feature of the services was the music which was grand and which held the rapt attention of those present Miss Maud E lythe of Iowa who has a won derful voice and who will study in Europe during the coming winter sang Gounod Ave Maria and she and Miss Mary Haydon sang a duo Miss Katie Cain was at the organ rd Rather Die Doctor that ha1re my feet cut off said M L Binghanj ot Princeville ill But youll frcrpganJtIene which had eaten away you dont said all doctors Instead he used Buddens ArnicaSalve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczehia Fever Sores Boils Burns and Pilc astound the world 25c at HaydonV Robertspns y t rt Give Them The Flowers Now J Closed eyes cant see the white roses Cold hands cant hold them you know Breath that is stilled cannot gather The odors that sweet from them blow Death with a peace beyond dreaming v Its children of earth does endow i J LifeJs the time we can help them i Soigive them the fljwers now Here are the struggles nnd striving I Here are the cares and tears Now is the time to be smoothing The irowna and the furrows and fears What to closed eyes are kind sayings What to hushed heart a deep vow jp Naught can avail after parting So give them the flowers now i yist a kind word or a greeting Just a warm grasp or a smile j ff 4v pTheAfter the journey is over What is the use of them How vjCan they carry who must becarriei U i So give them the flowers now Blooms from the happy hearts garden Plucked in the spirit of love Blooms that are earthly reflections f Of flowers that blossom above t Words cannot tell what a measure j Of blessings such gifts will allow t To dwell in the liyes of many 0 give them the flowers now Leigh M Hodges Reassigned to This Church Rev G S King who has been pastor of the Methodist church here fort e past year has been reassigned tq the fiurc4at this place by the Louis ville C5gnerence of therMPthOdlSt church which has been in session at Henderson for the pastweek Rev A PLypns was again made presiding elder of this district Brother Kuig is an able preacher and a man who has made many friends during his residence here who will be pleased to know that he will fill the Methodist pulpit for another twelve months Engagement Announced Bans of matrimony were announced in St Josephs church on Sunday last between Miss Marie Lucille Lesson daughter of Mr and Mrs John Losson and Mr Harold Hurst son of Mr and Mrs Monroe HurstBardstown Stan dard Miss Losson is well Springfield knownIn where she frequent visits to Mr and Mrs H D Stiles Mr Hurst also has many friends here Mr Thos Joseph Alvey ot Holy Cross son of Mr Kit Alvey of Bards town and Miss Edith Newton daugh r of Mr Thos Newton ot Manton- w 1e married at Holy Rosary church at Ma ton Monday Oct 4 The bride is popular and one of the most attractive gils In the neighborhood while Mr Ivey owns a fine farm at Holy Cross Mr and Mrs Alvey left for Louisville and beyond on their bridal tour IPainful Injury Wallace Rogers is laid up suffering trom an injury sustained at the High School last week in football practice Wallace with the rest of the squad was practicing for the High SchoolSt Marys game which was played Satur day In a Bcrimrnage one of the boys struck Wallaces leg between the knee and the thigh with his kneel One of tha large muscles was severely hurt and Wallace has since been onfined to his room but is now His limb is still swollen ian imPEi treat agony since oc curredq TIlef 1rj11LU 1- C Live Stock Markets Reported by Bourbon Stock Journal Bour bon Stockyards Louisville Oct 5 Cattle Receipts 143 for the two days this week 5232 the fresh arrivals together with the carried over cattle were more than equal to the demand and the market ruled very slow throughout the day prices were just about like yesterday choice butchers in fir demand medium and common kinds dull and hard to sell some demand for the best feeders and stockers medium plain and common grades slow to change hands bulls and canners slowj choice milch cows steady common dullno heavy cattle on sale today Calves Receipts 132 head for two days 507 the market ruled slow about steady best 77jc medium 56 common 2J4Jc HogsReceipts 998 fortwo days 9 658 the market ruled steady all down theline selected 165 IbJand up selling at 97 60770 130 to 165 lbs 72OJ 730 pigs 550650 roughs 675 down the market closed about steady There is no demand for grassy halffat hogs Sheep and Lambs The receipts were 143 the market ruled very quiet with but little dong about steady to shade lower best lambs 66ic best fat sheep 3i3 c common sheep and common lambs slow sale L GRAIN WHEAT No 2 red and19IiKberrysr45118 No 3 red and v Rejected 38o less on levee 1c1ess CORN NoJ whIte J 67 No 2 mixed 66 OATSLNewJ No 2 white Luii No 2 mixed Rye 80 The prices for wheat are those paid by deal ert the quotations for corn and oats are sell IngprlcoPublic Sale I will sell at public auction on my farm one mile West of Lebanon on WEDNESDAY OCT 20 1909 at 10 aLunch at 12 m 20 head ofhorseS i0JackaandJennets 2 teams Fine mules 14 yearling Sugar Mules and a Tot of other Fine money making Stock TERMS Sums of 10 and under Cashovar10 12 months time with bankable notes with interest from date lIMO II WATHEN LtbiNOR Ky DEEP CREEK J Since my last letter there has not been much of any interest happen only s veral of our neighbors have beek seriously ill all of whom are convaksr centat present Bro H P Hatchett of Tathait Springs filled his regular appoint at the Grove Saturday and Sunday Both sermons were very muchrappj1 ciated and addressed to large crowds Mr John H Elliott Sr wholw ia Danville at his trade was at home Sat urday and Sunday to see his family THe social entertainment Saturday night given by Misses Georgia and Ora Cocanougher at their home nearJnIsonton was ni ely attended and much enjoyed By all present 1 Mr and Mrs W B Carpenter had as their guests ThursdarMr and Ifrs3 Ben Coyle Mr and Mrs Odn Coyte and Mrs John Elliott Seyeral days ago your correspondent in company with her mother paid Mr and Mrs William Yankey two of bwr aged neighbors a visit Theyare al most unable to attend to any work as Mr Yankey is a helpless sufferer ef rheumatism and Mrs Yankey is agreat sufferer from boils that come at yariow times and render her unable to walk They are cheerful people and lool a lot younger than they are Mi Yankey eighty three while his wife is seventy nine Among those on the sick list are Mr Woodson Reynolds GroVer Cook arid Mrs Sarah Coyle The former two are confined to their be1 with rheumatism while Mrs Goyle who hasj been sick with malarial fever is doing well Mr John H Elliott Jr wife and little son Henry Newton visited tiej formers uncle Mr and Mr Woodfiard Graves Sunday Your correspondent had tjje pleasure of entertaining at the home oher par ents Bro H P Hatchett Mr and Mrs W B Carpenter and children Mr and Mrs Geo Elliott and Mr John Yank y Sunday night Mr Henry Young and daughter Mia May spent Thursday and Friday visiting friends and relatives andlookiBf after the material for Mr Youngs new dwelling which is neanng completion The protracted meeting atOld Deep Creekchurch commenced Monday night with Bro Rawlings assisting Bro BL reIvear Grove church here and did considerable service so we hope to see the same at Deep Creek All are welcome to attend Miss Maggie Bradley who has bees spending the summer with her mother Mrs Mary Bradley returned to Louisville Friday where she has a position Mr Jeff Powell ot Missouri who Visited his cousin Mr Anderson Hoi derman here the latter part of last week left Monday for his home The prayer meetings held at Wesley Chapeland Beech Grove are doing nicely and much interest is being takeli Prayer meeting held at Beech Grove every Thursday night andevery Sunday night at the Chapel Everyone is cor dially invited to attend these services A Card of Thanks V We desire to thank our kind friefideV and neighbors who so kindly aggisted us during the illness and death of ewe dear little taby Especially the faith ful nurse and physician and hope that God will bless them in their work W O HARMON AND W1Fj How to Cure a Loldf Be as careful as you can you will Ccasidnally take cold and when you de get a medicine of known reliability eA that has an established reputation aithat is certain to effect a quick cr eoJRemedyreputation by its remarkable cures etthis most common ailment and can always be depended upon It acts on sat ures plan relieves the lungs aids ex pectoratiod opens the secretions knit aids nature in restonng the system to a healtny condition For sale by The La aHaydon Drug Co kv 1 i t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 PUBLlCtStLE1 HAYING DISSOLVED PARTNERSHIP WE WILL ON Tuesday Oct 12 1909- U 10 ocltck a m on eur farm 5 Mils East if Springfield tn the 4prfiiEfieMnri Per yvUIR plkeveffer far sale to the highest bidder Ihe feJUwiRg property fpair 5yearold horse mules 16 highOne fcpair 2yearold horse mules 15 highifcolt by Red Bird Yearling German Coach horse Brood mare in foal by Red Bird feweanling mare colt by Red Bird M TERMS MADE OF SALE W urdoinS M CAMPBELL AUctioneer rc it Itemsof Interest to Farmers and yfV Live Stock and Poultry Raisers r t Nut bearing trees should be plaqed ori hillsides and along streams One bushel of good grain will feeda 0f Iaeone year Well kept houses and yards are guar antees against dirty eggs Dont send dirtyeggs to market It gives one a bad impression of your bus mess Grade the eggs before sending to- marketwhite and colored and large and small in separate boxes VlHens need grit not sand It must be hard and sharp to properly grind the food The best egg producers are never the best market fowls but a combination will be most profitable Corn properly fed is a good winter food for laying hens but be careful the wayyoufeed stio riot feed stimulants to laying hens Elxercise will keep them healthy Many packers lost money last year on cold storage eggs The housekeep ers want strictly fresh eggs Watch the sprouts r on the trunks of your one two or three yearold apple trees Cut them off and the wound will heal over this year CWhen building poultry houses alwaysI gbteonstruct them that the work t in g fur the fowls can be done in the least time and with the least labor The poultry need something bulky and succulent to take the place of the ten der grass and other green vegetables on wliich they have been feeding for months i One objection to feeding mash to the liens at night is that it is so readily asI similated that the digestive organs emptied before morning and bodily heat B not maintained Each fall a few inches of the hous floor should be replaced with fresh earth from the garden It will help the garden and help the chickens Eggs for market or home consum tionfshould be carefully handled an 1eggAbsorption of odors which impair the ejtableThe champion record for killing scalding and Picking chickens is claimed DysvG E Williams of Minneapolis s Minn who one day recently dressed 160 chickens in 100 minutes without kelp He challenges all comers For asparagus rust spray regularly r with Bordeaux mixture As soon as th- croPis cut use the sprayer Sprays t intervals of once a week or ten da- iorijfouror ys rf 4 five times In two seasons it can be eradicated f Every gardener should learn enough about insect lite to distinguish friends front foes and the mosteffective means oif combatting the latter It itoo com mon for gardners to regard all insects aenemies beds set out in early iL thearlier the better make the r rs ows and 2 rows calves UNHo I yearling steers Four yearling heifers pv One black bullI90 head stock ewes Three No Bucks Three sows airfTfthshoats IJ I Case tobacco s tter Farming Implements of all kinds I J WSNOP Son FARM AND STOCK Thestrawberry larger crop of berries Plants should haye plenty of moisture It is necessary at times to use tKe garden hose m order to supply them with the needed moisture If the clearing away of a few inches of the dirt and rubbish from yards and floors did nothing more than remove the accumulated filth of droppings it would well pay for the trouble A hedge fence isnt a fencje to the stock that learn it We have in this country a fence as closegrowing as the average hedge grows and two colts that have learned it will not cut like wire but only pricks shut their eyes grit their teeth and walk through Be sure that the hogs have comfort able sleeping quarters sheltered from cold and wet If they have not they are likely to crowd each other and the weakest be overlain arid possibly killed If no such disaster as this ofears cold and disturbanc of the sys i t to them is almost sure o result If mites get a good start it will be necessary to scald and whitewash the walls but much can be done by keep ing the ground clean and fresh Lime is one of the best purifiers o foul air and it should be liberally applied in both house and yard Carbolic acid in crude form is cheap and a splen did disinfectant The success of the fruit grower depends largely uon his judgment in selecting and his skill in the management t of the soil upon which he grows pis crops So important is the soil tliat success or failure depends upon the growers industry and skill in its man agement v i The time is near at hand when more attention will be universally gient net proceeds than Has been done The professional poultryman has been keg ing books with his biddies but it is the exception that the farmer keeps Ian account of the expense or income front his fowls If he did there would be a Itgreater improvement in thefarm fowlsa magnre tomato raising indus the enormous amount of that fruit thai annuallyeFrom a despised and rejected plant thai sprung up occasionally and was looked anon as poison and unfit for food fifty popularityP sevdmore tomatoes consumed raw cooked and canned than any other one kind of fruit that is grown m this country A weak Bordeaux mixture 2650 should be used on the peach when an attackof brown rot renders spraying necessary as peach foliage is apt to be injured by a stronger spray Thinning the fruit so that they do not touch is one of the best means of preventing the rapid spread of brown rot The se lection of resistant varieties is one of the most important measures hveyad ing this trouble The use of selfboiled limesulphur spray for brown rot is promising but is only in the experimental stage at present It will pay anyone to take some pains to prepare a place where the cockerels may be shut away frcm thee pullets With a lot of young cockerels continu ously tormenting them thelpullets do not get to grow as they should Unless the birds are kept for breeders or for sale as breeders it pays better to sell cockerels when they Jr weigh two nd8 eaChora littletmore than it Ihe s to keep them untilthey have made full size The Illinois State Food Inspector has lent a warning to egg dealers as wells tarmersand poultrymen throughout he State that hfreafter all eggs offered for sale must he fit for human kledfare not as eg sEggs that orrottnmayjot a person to dire penalties This order is good enough to be copied by for inspectors of other States Lets have it in Kentucky To prevent old hens from laying soft elleaegKBthe first thing to doisj furnish them with plenty of grit ands ells to furnish the subst ces for the eg ff shell Sgfite ojf th poultry feeds are rich in Mme and among the number clover is the best the reaterpropor tic riof lime being in the leaves of the clc ver After furnishing the hens with the right kind of feed for the formation of the entire egg including the shell the next thing to do is to make condi tio is such that the hens will secure an abundance of exercise in securing the feed The open range is good for this when the weather is hot When the we ther is bad so that the hens cannot feedIthe f shall be compelled to scratch for riL CANT BE OVERDO E Poultry raising seems to be one farm industry that is in no danger of being oveidone Speaking along this liPei the Poultry Record has thisto say Some people seem to think that the poultry business can be overdone but there has never been any indications that it can be and there is every indication that the demand is greater every y arThe higher the price of meat the more eg will beconsumed There is Mo danger alon the line ofoverproduc on when it takjes over 45000000 eggs very day in the United States to supply the home market What a cackling there would h r very day if the hens could all be congregated in one place It is said that tile cackling of geese saved Rome poulftryman remarked that the cackling of the A mencan hen would at lejast help saVe the United States The fact is that tjhe price of eggs has beer higher on the average during the decade than itl ever was before More farmers are awakening to this fact and are to day building poultry houses alongside of their well constructed shee barns and ca tie barns The Best Plaster A piece of flannel dampen Ijwih ChambtTlflins Liniment and boun I6n to the aftected parts is superior d any plaster When troubled with lam sack or pair s in the side or chest gige it a trio you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which in affords This linimen re lieves rheumatic pains and is certain to please anyone suffering from thatdis lease old by The Leo Ha don I rug h Our Sympathy inlwe no sym pathy to waste on the than who Borrows his neighbors paper ivhen he can have one of hh pwn at a mere morninal expense Your home paper andLyour moraliand fin ncial support If you are nolo a member ofour family ofreaders you should begin n6w by sending in your subscription 1 jMt t1 LET US TEST YOUR EYES and fit GLASSES GREAT BARGAINS 3 JEWEL + We can Suit You in Everything in the Jewelry Line IED M H Turn Em Loose Willson The Danville Advocate says editorially Ed Smalley colored sent to the peni tentiary for life from Boyle county as- a habitual criminalwas released this week by Governor Willson And the Governor didnt require Smalley to pub or nce Henry Burdette who broke into MaI gees store a few days ago is now in jail awaiting trial having been pardoned while serving his fourth sentence If convicted this time he will have been tried five times for stealing Par doning habitual criminals who as aJ rule return to their respective communities to engage in looting is one of the causes for the heavy debt incurred by the Republican party Burdette for instance was arrested in Lexington and considerable expense was attached to arrest and while he is in jail he is Ibis daily expense upon the State and his trialwill result in much additional ex pense A former Boyle county sheriff states that he has stood on watch night snalIleydifficulty that he was captured as he is shrewd There is comfort in the assurance that Kentucky will not repeat its mistake by electing another Republican governor The project is riot only top expensive but by turning the criminals loose the good name aijd safety of the State are endangered ITHE SUN and TIMES The Sun and Courier Journal 150 itt We have just brought ftspectacles Kentucky All thelat est style Glasses and +any style Rims We can furnish you with the best grade of goods at the Lowest Prices IN 21 WATCHES RUSSELL seekI exceedingly S35O jSleep Sleep is natures re5 building period when the brainrlJuscles netved If you lose sleep your system is robbed of the strength sleep should give Continued loss of sleep multiplies this loss until you become a phys ical wreck Dr Miles Ne vine quiets the irri bringsrefreshing sleep Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffectsF- or over two years I suffered un told agonies my friends thought I was going crazy I could not sleep nor rest at all I tried different doc Myblike one drunk could not concentrate my mind and was so restless and worried that sleep was out of the question After taking one bottle of Dr Miles Nervine I felt wonderfully changed I am now on my third bottle and am gaining all the time Ican lie down and sleep like a child and am able to do my work MRS MAY SCOTT English Inti Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv returnI Why the Editor Was Absent- As our wife was not physically abl to put a patch on our only pair of trousers last Saturday we could not attend the lecture given at the First Baptist church by Rev Mr Newman His remarks were on the Holy Land BannerIw m e1eJ el DoYouWant to Buy a Farm 7 priceWeAbout 100 farms In our hands See partial list below Springfieldplents of water all under good fen ePrice 50 per acre No 2237 acres sir miles from Springfield on good pike two dwelling houses two stock barns1O acres of new land plenty of grass plenty of never failing water all under good fence No 3195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses two fencePriceNo 4 65 acres one mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling good to acco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 500 trees all kinds off fruit all under good fence plenty of water plenty of grass Price 3500 No 5128 acres 7 miles from Sbringfield 12 mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new plenty of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise tobacco Price 45 per acre No 612Q acres seven room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn fine t tock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflow land Pride S85 per acre No 7200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3 newlanddwellingfruit plenty of water Price 2500 J fromLorettoin grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and rural landPriceNo 10 96f acres 3 miles from Springfield close to school six room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64good stock barn under good fence plenty ot locust posts Price 3600 No 11140 acres 1J miles from Springfield on pike nearly all in graSs well watered small frame house go plenty of tobacco land Price 4000 per acre LAKE BOSLEY 1e1eT c ynv Dn W F Trusty Practical i DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed ffloe over flaydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent PRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident table4ndtheworld Your insurance solicited DR M W HYATT v OFFICE OVEitjTHE RED CROSS DRUGSTORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4 to 6P m Dr MuddISPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY orricz o j proas Office HourSi 8 to 9 A M1 to 2 Pi M J iiLAMPTON MD SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 IiMISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Nfcht lL T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky iingtoBandand Federal CourtsC McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WMhinirtoBDdpeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYEv Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Washingtonand S M CAMPBELL AUCTION Springfield Ky ngofpublic lea a specialty reasonableDr W R MORGAN Vtterlnaty Surgion ands D iMtist PERMANENTLY LOCATE At Wharton 8 Tapps Stable IhS ringfleld Rates Reasonable PHO E 3 JOHN y MAYES FuneralDirector And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY r Best Attention Every cqurtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Biuiil Robes Telephone slay ll NIght 74 lIIIi H THE SUN ANDBoth papers 1 yr i50WeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald 110 150WeeklyWeek Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 GlobeDemocrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Homeland Farm 125 Agriculturist 175 American itomistu 150 American Farmer L50 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman on 200 Farm and Fireside 125 175ReviewLippincotts Magazine 286 Scribners Magazine 400 i75HarpersHarpers Weekly 43S Sunny 1- 5oWiij THISPI2ENGPIELD SUIT WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 3 rj tIt + I After December First a penalty goes on Pay now Save Money IThis i lastyear to collect Taxes and being duty bound tomake all collections by December 1st I ask that everybody call and 2 settlewithout further noticji and avoid troutjle Sydney Osborne Sheriff Washington County iEXCIIANGEi EXCERPT Sayings and lDomgof the Press At Large The wire hairpin was first made in 1545 in EnglandI A good many so called opUmistsare merely cheerful idiotsBouFbon News When you have money enough to invest inmimIii1Itockbuy an overcoat Paris Democrat The time will soon be here when hunters will be trespassing and shooting recklesslyHenry County Local A kiss is invisible but a wise man will not give another mans wife one while her husband is lookingHenry News Two hundred kansas City High School girls never saw a hog Bu then of course none of then are mar ried Louisville Post I The man who has to live on corn bread at home is always finding fault with the pie when he travels Western Publisher It is easier to tell how a thing ought to be done thanit is to make good when you try to do it yourself Hazel Gree Herald I As whisky freezes at the pole according to Uncle Hank Watterson pOle1Owensboro A Christian county farmer claims to have eighteen hundredand sixtythree pumpkins on a two acre patch and that is some pumpkins Winchester Democrat On reading that Winona speech gentle peruser did it ever occur to yo that there was a possible hoodoo i electing as President a man whose name rhymes with Graft Frankfort News That old sentence so popular with a certain class of political speakers be giHning Napoleon had his Waterloo wills n havefor its ending and Taft had his mona Kentucky Slate Journal David Rankin near Tarkio Mo has on his 25610acre farm 12000 fatten ing hogs 9000 cattle 800 horses and i more than one hundred tenant cottages He was born in Indiana in rural poverty I like to he complimented once in a while and I enjoy being flattered sa the editor of the Howard Courant t but theres one old girl around here making me mighty tired by claiming me as one of her old beaux All manhood has a pose Tis a beautiful game And wherever one goes He will find It the same Little trouble Im sure To tell which is which For the rich all talk poor And the poor all talk rich i Lexington Herald America moves on She- lls first In the invention of the steamboat the steam engine the telegraph the great oceanic cables in aviation in reaching ti North pole and above all in the exaltation of labor Kentucky Irish American Oh dear sail the tired moth I wish Jl were a little girl again li you Well rejoined fiveyearold Bessie lets play you are my little girl then yoi act naughty andllil spank you and send you to bed without your supper It is not t the credit of Kentucky anyirace o the State are a i stake If we had more good schools nd lesss bad politicians we would be t etter off Harrodsburg Republican Just betore the spirit tooks its fli h from his heroic bosom last week Goy Johnson revive a little and uttered his last words on earth to his wife as he patted her on the cheek WellXNora I II am goiQg we have m de a brave fightJ The best thing to give your enemy forgiveness to an opponent tolerance t sottoher proud of yo i to ourself respect to all men cha ity Baptist Westerns Recorder tA young coup e out in Osborne coup ty became the oud parents of a little girl the other lay They wanted to weigh the yours ster as soon as it was dressed but ha no scales Just then the ice man ca ic along and they bor rowed his scales To their surprise the little one weigh forty four pounds Osborne Kan armer The time to ha e the brightest lamps tcnwear the haYes dresses and hunt up the funniest stori s in ones memory is willIwill doubly enjo the cheerHenry NewspWe owe a suns ny iifeto those about us Sadness and gladness are alike contagious It is far better to associate with a man wit measles than a ma with melancholy Sadness and small pox and small pe ople should alike b countsu fronm the eyes of oth rs The melanchol- min may be fit to live buthe is not fi to help others t liveWestern Re corder Some government figures in refer ence to churches ae interesting There are 186 denomma ions and a minister to about every J 39 members The Methodists repqrte 5740838 Baptists come next with a membershiD of 5662 234 The Luther s report 2112494 The PIes yterians report 1830555 a increase of 433 The disciples 1142 359 the Congregat nalists 700480 the Eoiscojialians 886042 The Reformed church 449514 In twentynine States the Protestants are in the majority Catho1yaStates are the six New England States New York New ersey Wisconsin Michigan California Montanar Nevada Arizona Newl Mexico and Louisiana In Utah the ormons are in the ascendant The la gest proportion of Methodists is m D laware of Luther ans in North Dakota of Presbyterians in Tennessee of JDisciples in Ken tucky In Georgia Alabama Miss issippi Virginia at d South Carolina Baptists have more t ban half the entire church membership In the last sixteen years the greatest ir crease has been ot the Jews 2319 per ent The Catholics came next with an i crease of 935 per cent eUp Before The Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pill for years and find them such a good f tmilv medicine we wouldnt be without hem For Chills Constipation Bilious ess or Sick Head Haybee BLIND BOY RESCUES BROTHB Directed to Drowning Lad by Cries for Help from Youngstejf and Others on Shore i eadon pa Henry Gilbert 12 ye ire old and blind leaped into a de ip pool at Bairds quarryd saved hi tenyearold brother from dr wnlng The swimmingpo is k7bodingthsw m Henry who had lost his eye celebrationisbeginnert John de leapedfarF helpuint the pool and swam straight for Jol n directed by the latters voice Be struggll thebo1 hen John came to the sur ace some d istance behind him Henry sore him swamttheau10 eat hand and seized hlkn by the I Then directed by the bouts o themhotd into the water as far as they coulS and helped him ashore Febry was little the worse for hi experience but John was unconscious brInghiAUGUST CORN EXPORTS LARGE Totkl if Other Foodstuffs Shipped fronj United States Less Than That of Year AgoI ash Double the amount of com Vs exported from the United Sta es In August over that month a yea ago The exports of w eat and largeIJlstyea ago according to a statement of the bureau of statistics of the depart issueeT ere was a decrease of mbre than 10 00000 In the value ot ezarts of lddairYpro con ared with the corresponding peI rjod of last year nT e total value of these eaP prts fo last AUgust was 36120112 divided asi efolio Corn 591984 wheat 6338 470 wheat flour 3277861 all other food tuffs 62878 meat and dairy predicts 9595164 cattle hogs and anYd Fthe eight month period ending with August the value of these export was l 431940924 every article shov ing a decrease except corn ant d cote n Roaches Destroy Record- sWashingtonBugsj Of the water mU1nldnun ers and have been so destructive as t imperil the official records kept they It has been found that in ev ery epartment whichj contains fur municlpn il d Everything digestible by a bug has been attacked in these rooms Includ ing ypefwriter ribbons catbonj pap eI by tl e ream the glue Used in binding the fflcial records in book foiim and morselsIn I TtvENS tCrop destroying furred and feathered pests are tirade shgrt shrift of with a rcliab ll unerring STEVENS ScrviPSTEVENS c SHOTGUNSPISTOLSarc b HIGH IN QUALITY LOW IN PRICE 11 If you cannot obtain froia jour IhpIprepaid upon receipt of cats j log Prise Alwaji Uiilt on when ordrrlng cite 9 lUmpi forICOP Iautrotedadi iTEVZ and iInforma J S E fE NS ARMS TOOL C- OIp o Box 409B LChicopee Falls Mass Mild Laxative for Baby Free The child of today is the parent of uphealthydepends upbn the intelligence of its parents most cHildren are born into the world healthy but thousands become future weaklings between birth and the age of ten when parents are Millm greatest control- The theI prime cause of trouble Is in stomach A baby that Is digesting Its food seldom c les and always looks cheer goodIeager for fun if Its head Is clear and Its stomach light and that means if it has no constipation The best and safest way to cure any bowelslnchU laxativeI f others can testify who give it to their c 4Acording to the size you want and even one 50cent bottle will do a wonderful g beivenIndigestiontorpidheadache and similar digestive troubles pUtStabletsfolks not be given to children women raIdI lIt you have a child Mother member of the family who needs but has never used this grand lax itlve tonic send your name and address tc the doctor and a free trial bottle will be pent to your home In this 4nIf there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write willsno charge for this service The address is Dr WBI CaldweH 500 Caldwell bldg 3 Monticello Ill For sale by The Reel Cross Drugstore Slogans FREE Sewing Machine runs lighter than any otherd IftEnhanl t any FREE rhas Less vibration otherIFREE is easier to operate Ithanany other makes a more perfect stitch than any other fFREE is the best of all com tined in one G0hCHICAGO ii ROBERTSON CLAYBROOK CO Agent Springfield Ky Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often because careless boatman ignores th rivers warnings growing rioples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache in the back warns ou the Kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladles diseaseTakeBackache fly and all your best feelings return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame backone SlOQ bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only 50c at Haydon Robertsons liGliI1 IE1N11MRIIWitjUl7id JSWI IAN CLUBBING RATES WITl- iLOUISVILLI DAigES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 3 50 The Sun land the Paily Courier Journal exce pt bunday 640 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in 7qTheCourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 80 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPost 1W1dilnIIMU II1JI1IIcu lla T i4 I I i i Itt C S h FR=IE is PREMIUMS wThe SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST more and better premiums Ioffers raisers than any southern This year we are giving away a lot of new andvaluable pres 4i entssome things you never saw before Anybody can get up a club for the SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST beri publishedifor southern farmers and the price is very reasonable + x Write for free sample cop v con t rtaining attractive premium offers + tSOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST jI Mash Bl II e TenRfssct t r j4 1tflltlltlltI tI r1t COME AND GO WITH Us ona grand free Mediterranean tourI We are going t9send twenty yours women between the ages of 16 and 50 gIood character r on a two to the Mediterranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thor t r ough enjoyable trip The tour will be personally conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald LouisviIIer I Kj1For Ful Information lell t 8e 88 88 JobWorkNeatlyDone 1909selTHE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY 1READ lUhr Swn ttn Snst IIYOUIISIlAIIE FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD NAVE COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL AIDS h iThe UUst Kentucky NeapUp To 1909Full andClmltfEngraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 43600 t inchesThe ri The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare out theIonly picture of its kind In existence UnitedStatesof the World NaUonswitnCoats StateOfficialstucky House Congressional Judicial and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem ocrstic ana Republican State Central commit tees and State Executive Cqmmittees Senatorial FROM TOfromStatistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rieo Alaska Philip pines Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Orig nat States and thoser admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall O Qorthosesubscribefor p1Sendthe Atlas er better still Subscribe leday sad Ht onceItIacEVENING POST LMlariH SPECIAL PRICE THE WALL AjUtS WITH THIS PAPERAND THE EYENIN6 POST 350 PER YEAR Lr I i S THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 IfSPRINGFIELD SUN SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher r littered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission the tame as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Yeari ILOO m nxee Months 25 DIlcr tlc Ticket 0 ttCIRCUIT JUDGE I H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY e C3 Hill of Marion County REPRESENTATIVET D Graham COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey BookerhCIRCUIT CLERKRobt Noe COUNTY ATTORNEY T Scott MayesI SHERIFFS J Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT W Bush JAILERGeo D Catlett ASSESSOR W T Mitchell CORONER Dr WE Crurae SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts MR LEWIS SPEECH The Hon Jno W Lewis addressed t the citizens of Marion county on Mon daY Oct 4 from aplatform erected at the rear of the Court House at Leba f nonIt being county court day a big crowd was in town and Mr Lewis was faced by a large and representative audience when he was introduced in a few well chosen words by Mr Steve Noe He was heard throughout hiaflbng and tedious speech with the most re spectful attention and the most perfect courtesy Indeed the quiet that pre vailed in the light of after events was ominous it was the quiet that precedes the srormTMr Lewis speech was full of bittqr e ness hap invective and abuse of those who oppose him He set up men of straw and then destroyed them with the utmost ferocity He quoted charges against himself that no one had ever made and then denounced the authors of these imaginary charges in his most vigorousmannerAt of Mr Lewis speech the crowd began to call loudly and in istently for Judge EL Thurman who was present and when in response to this clamor he arose in his place with movement as spontaneous as unex inirven g space to arid r then ensued such a scene of wild en husiasm as was probably never seen squareAIn the brief intervals free from ap riause that followed Judge Thurman explained that he had had no intention of saying one word on that occasion but that while he had no objection whatever to having any pirt of his speeches quoted correctly that his own i vself respect would not permit him to freiqaent Mr Lewis had interlarded his speech that he could not suffer Mr Lewis to put words into his mouth that he had meyer uttered without a vigorous pro nearIfuture to discuss these matters publicly in every precinct in Marion connty and that Mr Lewis would be tendered a fur division of time at each place i No one who heard and saw what occurred at Lebanon that day any longer wonders whether Judge Thurmans ma jority will be large or small GAPT BARTLETT In ail issueof The Louisville Times of plcI I tain who took Commander Pearys shi- pJlheRoosevelt through the Arctic Seas It is thought by many here that pap Bartlett is a native of Springfield About forty years ago Mr John H Bartlett was a merchant and conduc ted a dry goods store at this place and 4a well remembered by many of the people of Sprwgfield While living in the old Ray house which stood on the site now occupied by Mr Fred Hagans f Bome a sony which was named Robert ti J was born to Mrs Bartlett Judging by the pictures the orIginal thereof should jbe about the same age as Rpbt Bartlett formerly of Spnngfield Robert Bartlett became after leaving here a sailor and adventurer having been around the world several esPtlt ting all of these facts together it seems reasonable to conclude tnat the CapJL Robert Bartlett of North Pdle tame is the same Robert Bartlett 4who was born in Springfield about fo ty years ago Mr John H Bartlett left here many years ago but still comes to Springfield occasionally to revied old acquaintance THE MOUNTAIN EDUCATOR From Marion Falcon When a few men calling the selves Democrats and subordinatin every other consideration to their ersonal animosity appealed to Mr J W Lewis to become their candidate not f om any real regard for him but solely ecause they had exhausted every effor to find some one else with whom the might stand a chance to defeat Judg Thur an they assured him that the would start a newspaper to fight their battle and use evrey avialsb le means to pre vent Judge Thurmans re electio u The prospects of havmgthe I enefits df thousands of Democratic dollars were sufficiently alluring to Mr Lewis and the Marion Cotinty Leader v as im mediately started announcing in its first issue that Mr Lewis had pr raised the managers of it that he wo Id become a candidate From that time to the presp t the Leader has faithfully tried to perform its part of the contract and deliver the goods filling its pages every week with reckless misrepresentations and of Judge Thurman and such Islanders puffs of Mr Lewis regarding his mild and dovelike dispositio and wonderful judicial temperament j that those whohad formerly known him in cluding himself could not recogniz the likeness j The course of the Leader has been so reckless and unreliable that it has been completely discredited throughout the district and has come tQ be regard ed as a most valuable asset for J dive Thurman in his candidacy j With this experience in the line f a campaign newspaper it is surprising that the sponsors for Mr Lewis sh ula again invest their campaign moridy in another newspaper tight on the Heels of the election but in the present eonr dition ot the race when there is no longer a question save as to the size of Judge Thurmans majority wXreklly should not lie surprised at any des perate expedient resorted to by thejnV The new paper is called The foun tain Educator and the nominal place of publication is Greensburg its nijst issue came out September 25 and it remains to be seen whether with its pe culiar methods it will not benefit Thurman as much as the Jut Leader and like the latter come a valuable Democratic asset Here is a sample of the style of writ ing that is expected to catch votes for Mr Lewis and it the present gain is kept up we can only wonder how wa m the next issue will be knowingLewis Mr for congress and we have found him to be a strong friend to the negro race j We appeal to every negro to stir amo- yourneighborsiand lets give Mr Lewis and the Republican ticket such a b g vote that the Democratic party w meet its Waterloo defeat and buny them so deep that the hand of resur rection cannot fathom their Novemb r grave that they will go face dow ward and when they scratch they will go to their much deserved home We commend the Mountain Educs tor to the careful consideration ofa citizens regardless of color who desi 8 peace and good feeling in our country and shall await the next paper that th sponsors of Mr Lewis with the boasted thousands of campaign money may start in Washington or Taylo r county or both it would certainly b all the merrier they hade in ever county In its issue of September 30lh Marion County Leader advertised Mr Lewis speech which wAs made las Monday Oct 4 at Lebanon for Sep tember 4 1909 The Leader can be ex cused for this as it has had thing backward so long nothing else is ex pected of it The Sun predicts tha The Leader and its candidates wit on November 2ndbe just as far be hind sthe speech vas advertised one month e t Dr BurtoNiRESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky fflce in Hag B Block up stairs Local News Notes Old papeffor sale at this office The swe lest line of iReadytqWear and Trim ed Hats on the market Come and s je JOT yourself MRS MULLIGAN over peoples Bank FOR SALE CHEAP The CenturyDic tiorary and Encyclopaedia Complete in 10 volumt ss HC LEE FOR SALJE 400 bushels of seed rye Good quality W T HEAD f1j Rt 4 FOR SAL A baby carriage Good as new Ap jly to H A GRINSTEAD The Fisc Court met yesterday but as there was but little business to at tend to completed their sitting in a day and adjourned to meet Tuesday Noy 23 1909 Call and inspect our complete line of Readyto W sar Trimmed hats before buying MRS MULLIGAN Over Peoples Bank The sixieeksold child of Mr and Mrs Ben impson died of whooping cough on Sept 27 Interment in the Springfield emetery on Sept 29 The Sun extends condolence to the bereaved parents If you are thinking of buying a gasoline engine s e the MIAMI at A C Kimballs LOsTOn he Willisburg pike a gray covert cloth jacket Finder please re turn to Katie Hertlein and receive reward JSSTRAYED JFrom my farm at Hillsborq one 125 po nd barrow yellow with black spots Information appreciated CoW STALLINGS If you are joing to buy a Wheat Drill dont the Thomas A full carload wagons just arrived See failisee Sold by A C KIMBALL Take YOU clothes to Links Rav to have them cleaned and pressed Rates reasonable Work guaranteed The College Boy serves its pur pose in cre ting fun and amusement for the theati egoers who relish all that is new and d and at every perform ance this rathmg comedy goes off with a snap and bang and is as full as a mil- itaryband am is as joyous and inspiring as a fourth of July cerebration The sale of seaU is now in progress at the Red CrossXI rug Store The company carries a fine and and orchestra Fdr Sale A lot with a 7 room dwelling and a store house 8x36 on it The storehouse can be used for a drugstore and doctors office or blacksmith shop Lot also has on i i good stock barri 2 good wells and fine arden Fine school and churches right in town For further particulars apply to J A THOMPSON Texas Ky OPERA HOUSE One Night Saturday October 9EDDDELANEY In a grand Laughing Rally THE COfLEGE OY A bright sriajppy uptodate farce a superb Band OrchestraSe- ats on sale at Red Cross Drug Store Price 25 50 cents tparade See the at noon t W V STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH Pain sr Danger Done In this office is first I andJust8lt Over McElroy Shakers Grocerys O OeOeOeoeoeoeaeaeaeOeOeaela 0 I Personal Notes io 0 o Visitors In and Out of TownA o Round Up of 0 Personal NewsOoe eoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe pro Joe Mudd of Louisville is vis iting here Mr W F Neikirk spent Sunday- at home Mrs A R Shultz and Mrs W D McElroy were in Lebanon Saturday Miss Emma Adams ot Harrods burg is the guest of her brother Mr Irvine Adams 1 Mr Richard Spalding has entered school at St Marys Mr Pierre Dawson of Louisville was here Sunday Mr Will Curry of Louisville was here the first of the week on business Blr G B Cunningham was in Lou isville last Friday Mrs W W Taylor and children of Parkland are visiting hersister- Mrs tr J Settle this week Mrs H T Gratz and children are visiting here MjT if R Thompson was in Louisville tie first of the week Miss Mary Haydon spent Monday in Lebanon Mrs R C Clarkson of Lebanon is spending a few days with Mr Ben Hay don and family Mrs John Miller and daughter of Bardstown were here Monday Mr and Mrs Tom Hardesty are visiting Mrs Hardesty mother Mrs Lanham Jin Louisville this week Miss Mabel Price and brother Joe spent Sunday in Bloomfield Mr L B Smith of Campbellsville was a visitor at the home of Mr J A Tucker ilast week Mr J So Claybrooke is in Louis villa and Lexington this week Mr powell Boulware has been vis iting at the home of his father Mr J A Boulware Mr W H Snodgrass returned to his home in Morganfield last week at ter a visit to Mr B H Young and family Miss Maude Blythe who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs R A Mc Elroy for several weeks left Monday for her home in Iowa Mr and Mrs K H Edelen and son Joseph of Louisville spent the first of the week with Miss Carrie Edelen Mr Ed Willett left Mondayfor- Louisville where he will attend school Mr jJohn Claybrooke of Lexington is visiting his parentsMr and Mrs J R Claybrooke Mr Perry Marks is visiting rela tives here Miss Louise Haydon left last week for Memphis Tenn where she will at tend school Miss Mary Bell Ross of Tennessee spent Saturday and Sunday with and a Mrs Willard Thompson Miss Annie Mayes is the guest of her sister Mrs J R Mahon of Leba non Mrs M K Hayes has returned to the home of her son Mr Arch Hayes in Louisville after spending the sum mer here M ss Clemie Strauss returned to her home in Louisville today alter having been the guest of Miss Katie Hertlein for several weeks Mrs W K Marks is at home from Lotus to spend a few days Mr W E Leachman is at home trom Louisville Mrs Sue Knott left Monday for a two weeks visit in St Louis and St Charles Mo Miss Julia Parrott is quite ill at her home near town Messrs Frank and Martin Buck mad of Missouri are here on a visit to their uncle Mr T W Simms Mrs Jennie Talbott left Tuesday for Kansas where she was called by the serious illness of her brother Mr J J McCabe spent a few days this weak with his family at this place Rev R E C Lawson and Mr H M ONan are at home from Pisgah Pulaski county where they attended Presbytery v All The Novelties ofI the Season in Dress Goods and I Trimmings NOW BEING SHOWN AT THE BIG STOREA- lso full line of the staples in Dress Goods such as Serges Broadcloths Panamas I etcilt blacks and byes at Low Prices Special Bargainlc1 We still have a few pieces left of 36 inch GirlsII These goods are worth double the price il 25c1 II1 Just received large stock of Mens Womens and Childrens Underwear I Also full line of best makes of Womens and Chil I drens Hosiery I I Newest styles in Ladles and Gents Shoes We show the Best makes of School Shoes on the market Special Low Prices in Childrens Cloaks I andIM you Call ant see always gladrto show you 3 I The ROBERTSON I CLA YBROOKEINCORPORATED Co SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I Iw Mrs WC McChord and daughter Miss Annie McChord entertained beau tifully at flinch last Thursday atternooh rind Fi iday evening The married ladies were entertained on Thursday and the young folks on Friday evening Engagement Announced Mrs Robert Hardin McElroy announces the engagement of her daugh ter Fannie Hardin to Mr Shaker Rob ertson The wedding will take place the latter part of October The Springfield Sun fJLOO per year IBids Wanted 4 Sealed bids for the erection of then w Masonic Temple at Mackville are wanted between this date and Satur day Oct 9at 2 oclock p m The building is to be a frame structure Parties desinng to bid will send them sealed to C F HICKERSON Chairman Building Committee Mackville Ky Old papers for sale at this office Try Kentucky Star Flour its made like grandfather used to make it TLj Fresh Oysters Celeryc Malaga Grapes r t S Every Thursday Evening Come and Try Some tt + ww f Katie Hertlein Bro Restaurant Bakery Confectionery I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 = ct J + i + + ++ + i + + Jt fi t CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN CO19 Jt IJI 1 SPRI GFIELDS HIGHCLASS STORE y W 1 1 or WomeOSf r tt i Just Received a Large Shipment of the Celebrated Empress Suits Cloaks and Skirts t J Ladies Suits In Serge Worsted Broadcloth 41 Serge in Blue and Black 15 to 25 Stripe Worsted in blue black brown and pray 250 15 520and 25 1 Broadcloth at 15 518 20 and 25 Novelty Goods in great variety 10 1250 t Voile Skirts 1000 to 1500 Chiffon Panama Skirts 600 to 800 Fine Panama Skirts 300 to 500 I PETTICOATS1 SKIRTS ETC t Silk J ac and to i ne Heatherrplo black a id s 125r I cents to ShirWaists Knit UnderVearI I Autumn Fashions Styles fi 1 ShowingExciusi e 7 r HaberciasHeryand r Novelty in to 150 n11cKmnIe Dress shirts the beston earth 50c Lilse j4 Hose Fancy 3 pair in box 100 and JFancy onehalf Hose r 250 Fancy Vests 300 to 500 of Neckwear fourinhands J IMenis Tuxedos strings 25 to 50 c nts Mens Boys an ChIldrens Fine1 Clothing r tq3Io0 00 00 suits Young Men j 75O to 2P 00 Perfection suits Children 250 to 10 00 t it Corduroy suits = 50o75oand 10 00 I t 14 all wool White Blankets 400 1 14 all wool Plain 400 124 all wool White Blankstjs y V 500 124 all wool Blankets extra heavy 650 ii4 wool nap Blankets 200 tttf1 etticoats b colors 450 Genu m Skirts colors to 300 Satine Skirts 50 200 Musi nand Stripes Shirts 100 colors for Black Mens and for t for Blankets ringsjIs in Fine Silks suLAH Silk cream and black Habatul 50 to 75 cents Satin Messalines in all the new plain and stripe Ioo 45 inch Cashmere De Soie 175 36 inch Bengalines 121 to r5d r 1 I Dress Tecks White shades rwool Blankots 225I24 nap 81x90 Satine C 350 72x84 Satine and Silkoline 250 to 300 72x84 1 In All wool black Chiffon Broadcloth 125 All wocl black Chiffon Panama Lao All wool black color Panama y 59 cents Shadow Stripe Dress Goods in black navy smoke myrth and wine V i qo and Poplar Cloths black coJorsir35c ovelfiesIin Ladies Belte Neckwear Dutch Collars and Belt Pins Dutch Collars and Jabots t i and Correct for Men INew I I Blankets ana Comforts 1 mfortsJ Comforts Silkoline Comforts 510150j DRESS GOODS Effectsi Poplins 1LaceEtc EtcIAxminster Carpets worth 125 for 100 Velvet Carpets worth 110 for 9Qc s Tapestry Brua sells Carpets worth 100 for 90c +Tapestry Brussells Carpe ts worth9p cents forL75ci Ingrain Carpets 40 50 65 and Sultana Carpets 25 and r 75centsI Linoleums OilClotharid Z- aMattings t 1 9x12 Axminister Rugs J 250t9x12 Velvet Rugsvi 9x12 Tapestry RugsivvJ 1250 and 500 9x12 Ingrain Rugs 1000 7Jx9 Ingrain Rugs 850 7 x9 Granite Rugs 300 36x72 Axmini er Rugs is 400 27x54 Axminister Rugs 736x4 Velvet Rugs J50ir +27x54 Velvet Rugs 150 +Smyrna Rugs L25 to 500r 1i Special Prices on Lace Curtains J and Wall Paper I Fine Shoes for Men Women and Children F oersneirn Shoes for men 400 to 500 V L Douglas Shoes for men 200 to 400 KrippendorfDittman Co Shoes for WomEn 30010 400 Smith Sterling Shoes for Women 7 250 to 400 Sinbach Shoes for Misses and Children f ioo to 256 91W most cordially invite you to visit us and inspeet our 3500000 stock before making your Fall and Winter Purchases j 1 Duncan Cunniug1am Company The Home of Good Merchandise Springfield Kyel 14 1 4Htt fe 44SS iM 1 + + r 4 t i S t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 JiO s 4 i 1 Jt ilDOES POULTRY ON FARM PAY If Same Care and Attention Given as BecomefWe often hear some of our farme- rsYsM7 poultry does not pay I roget very few eg during the summer Vaod w heat an duffng the winter s iJffywSVwM take the trouble to fryer ICuYtifi= farmers flock of poultry you wiIl sa at once its n6 wonder that 1ljfjoc ot ulUfdoes not pay It s4mVJstrange that the average fcfarpaejr rho will take gtiod care of ifs cows horses pigs 4nd sheep will let hlafiock of poultry sfiiftf or them verycpoorljwith leaky roof cracks in the side for ventilation some old poles for perches perhaps sot cleaned outmore than once a year a good breeding placefor lice but a poof place for poultry if Iyou expect it to pay Then his flock is mongrel bred all l sizes shapes and colors and while this riftine farmer will probably take jjpartRular pains to get the best blood Black Spanish Chickens possible in his cattle and other live tock he never thinks of improving poufhenorlift for themselves This will prob ottreeabout the same thing with corn add ed as the principal diejt No water ex jcept occasionally when they happen to think of it Is Itany wonder that t this farmers poultry does not pay 1Now change this plan and take care iof your poultry as you do your other stock and see how quickly they respond to good treatment and become the best property you have on the farm If you have not time yourself turn them over to your wife daughter or boy Furnish them a good warm building where they can be Kept lean use Judgment in feeding give lenty of all kinds of grain not too much Corn except at night ia winter have fresh water before them all theme you will prpbably be surprised to see the amount of water they will rink giye them the scraps from h and green vegetables dine occasionally The small potatoes forIba pysterhandily and a little charcoal also Try this plan for a while and keep accoun jof all expenditures and receipts an e will guarantee that your poultry mill Ran forDont keep poor stock It does no dflockPlylscrubs that will weigh from four to jflve poundseach Selloff the of stock for what they will bring and bloodetbirdsthat thjearY e reasonable and now is the time to make your stajt Remember that poultry does pay poultrylarmsfigures for the industry in the United States are almost beyond belief and still credible Many poultrymen hay incomes of from 5000 to 20000 a nually from poultry alone andstimany think that poultry does not pay They will return more for the amount invested than any otherstock kept on the farmPOULTRY YARD NOTES Buttermilk ranks next to skim milk In feeding value Feed the hens plenty of good bulky utrltious food made up of egg mate lals or fat forming materials dependent on whether you wish them to lay lor to prepare them for market but avoid drugs- Wood ashes should not be thrown Into the poultry yard It will bleach out and Injure the shanks and toes of the fowls and It is a waste of good fertilizing material that ought to go on the garden- A clean poultry house puts money into the farmers or poultry raisers pocketChickens are fond of sour milk and It is good for them No matter how much people may sneer you can make good money with poultry at present prices for eggs and fowls If you do not the fault is all your own Keep Lice from Poultry A good method for keeping lice from troubU gthe poultry at night is to suspend the roosting poles by 4 from the rafters of the house If t polesarBmooth the lice w11 not re alain on lf they are there at all if s PROGRESS OF PANAMA CAN Exceedingly Dry Weather Which P DivisionAccelerated 1VashlhgtonGbod progress It reported is being made on the MI Sores locks of the Panama canal I ceedlngly dry weather which prevailed In the territory of the Pacific divlsii n aboijt September 1 greatly Bccal r ated the canal work The small eli te which developed In the lock has be m checked and the west toe of the dam has been brought almost to the I foot level The concrete work on the cem it 0bagsin it The building has capacity f 280000 bags Cement testing machines khavebeeIJoffice The work on the Mlral10 s power house is progressing rapt ly and it is nearly ready for use Concrete work on the Gatun aid Pe dro Miguel locks of the Panaiia canal has begun according tot ic canal commission The first concr te on the former was laid August 24L It Is being placed in the foundation of eetwothe work was begun in the cen erIter e wall at the lower or south e id SeptemberIIOn the latter work a terror ry mixer is being used laving a capac trot only 121 cubic yards of mate al per hour pending the completion of the stationary plant wiiich will hive a capacity of 500 cubic yards per w k- Ing day unlock11920 cubic yards of concrete in el ht hours It is estimated that 2096 00 yards of concrete work wil be aid on this lock which Includes the lo ks and approach walls and it will t ke approximately 2250000 barrels of ceo ment for the work At Gatun there will be six lock in three pairs which will make a r ise from sea level to 85 feet above Sea level Each lock will be 110 feets de have a usual length of 1000 feet nd will have 4113 feet of water over the sills when the surface of Gatun ake is at normal height of 86 feet al ove mean sea leveL SUMMER SEASON TO SUIC DE Prussian Statistics of 7643 Self uh ders in 1907 Analyzed as to the Tim- eBerlinAccording to a compilation recently published there were 643 suicides In Prussia In 1907 Thejnost remarkable points about the are that there were more suicid js in the summer than In the winter This seems to confirm the idea that tern perature has an influence on the love of life It is interesting to note which days of the week and what hour are most favored by those desiring to take a leap In the dark It appears ac cording to the figures that neople thidexplained thoseIdays mot men are inclined to view life somewhat more rosily The work urdayand elseds troubles On Monday reaction takes intof suicides on that JAsshortly after sunrise the fewest suicides are sheardpow r and energy and nvlgor drtes the despondent man With the numeber of suicides increasesiand toward evening reaches Between 11 and 20clockjat night the number of very g eat RAINeAir Usually filled with Poll n Du- steThrown Off by Plan s Wa shed n1This Summer London 1n unusual jfreedc n from hay fever this summer has b en one of the wetIseason Normally at the close of he harvesting seasJDn said ia W stend throat speqlallst I see nun bers of annual sufferers from this co nplaint Whether hay fever is a pervot s affec tier or Is caused by h redlt gouty tendencies indigestion or som abnor mality in the nose it JIs g nerally agreed that the pollen which various plants and grasses tl row off during the summer months IE the active initial cause of the attar In an ordinary summer th s air Is filled with these floating almost invis ible pollen grains whic when breathed into the nosemay bring on hay 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father had b gged her to consent to the marriage with Gordon Phillips she had yielded although at the time sit months be ore she had not been pleased with tl e idea Her father was a selfish mai even she who was a model of fl lal devotion had to admit that and now as she faced the future she ealized how wrong it had been for hi n to ask and she to give the promise She remembered it all so distinctly She and her father had been on obe of their many journeys A less suspicious girl might hav questioned these hurried wandering but Maisie asked no questions and in fact noth ing lay back of them e cept her fa titers restless spirit and ometimes his inability to pay his debt One night he had come to her muc excited and told her that a man had een her not once but many times nd had fol lowed them so as to see more of her He has fallen in love vith you and wants to marry you h had contin ued and the girl had he rd him without a single flush Whei she learned that her father wished h sr to consent she promised to marry th man on her seventeenth birthday aid then had almost forgotten all ab ut it espe IThere to Her Dismay She Found Fred dally as it had been Go Jon Phillips whim that she should lot see him until they met before the clergyman That smonths had lassed much as before except that h r father ap peared to have more m ney than usual un l went to the little village of Vplligille and tb ere Maisie met Fred It was a ca e of love at first sight with them both and then it was that er rapidly approaching marriage begam to a sum hateful proportions v But darling Bls winno love you las much as I do Fred mtA Ajealled ut Maisie onlyshook her su ny head ahd whispered back j 1 dont know anything about thfit Fred dear I just do now that I promised i But you werent of age and the promise wont hold in law Fred su gested but she turned unon him with eyejsFred conscience was only bound by the liw she ex claimedYou do love me Fre asked ea erly Yes of course Mal lie returned sadly and for that reasoi we mustnt see anything more of eacl other and although Fred pleaded she held firm to her resolution She did It ve him only too well she could not h sip that but she could refrain from annkig that love by association with im and she did and bravely Howe er she felt her heart grow faint wit iln her girlish bosom and she won ered if she was destined to live very very long- I have heard she old herself that the worst of sorro grows less as time goes on and p chaps mine will but it dont seem s though it coulttand she sighed n a way to make anyone feel about her so young and yet so miserable The cushions supporting come from her future husband The palm at which she stared was also his gif A costly diamond gleame on her li tle left hand and If she had known it all the money In her tat ers pocket was derived from tore sam source jfor Gordon Phillips was 1a wealthy man and if his conduct was to be taken as any sign of his characte he was a generous manI J Strange he doesnt want me td aee him until we meet to morr w night b e fore the clergyman she nused then came a terrible thought that drove her from her couch in wi ror Is he something drea aU she moaned Was t deYed1ilor son Suddenly she rem father and running to his on r4Papapapahe 4Alljrl open l i paid sleepily as she dasneam H What fs iti little one her father asked tenderly Although not a successful man hat the world calls a falhgkhe was devotedly attached to mot erlesBjwlrl and his face shone with to r Papa tell me Mr Phillips isntj isheMaisiethe edge of the bed where her father was resting No pet no the father declared emphatically Far from it I would take him to boa very handsome man and I think you will learn to love him dearly pr1 would never have con sented to the marriage you may be sure of that Deformed Why MalsieJ Do think your old father thinks little of his little girl that he wouJd1 let her throw herself away on anyone who cannot make her happy and he tenderly stroked her hair which she was just learning to wear on top of her head Instead of Ina great braid down her back For a moment Malsle was tempted to confess her misery then a glance at his worn face deterred her She knew that his health was very poor and that her marriage would secure for himcomforts luxuries and she did not dare toll him that she given her heart to another man hadI tenderIIyput from her all thoughts of what might have been if she had been fre when she met Fred and taking up a book read aloud ito her father until it was time to dress for the simple even ing meal- But little sleep came to h Ion that last night Of her maidenhood but she rose next morning with a swejet proud pure resolve to learn ltd love the man she was to marry and think only of him Before taking up any of her small tasks for the day she hurried away to a spot she often frequented because of its solitude and there to her dismay she found Fred handsome and fascinating than ever IiI hoped yoU would come here thi morning and give me a last chance to plead my cause Fred exclaimed but scarletIYou must not plead anything she said gently but firmly This in my wedding day and I cannot list n to you and without waiting she ran away her hands clasped over her ears her heart beating violently Sh suf fered all that day but she did try hard to put Freds image out of hr mind and th nk of the manwhose bide she was l become that night ynt eve- whenlhe n was dressed in the simple whiteinwn an lin the parlo of the parsonage she could not banish th handsome pleading face of the man she had learned to love with all her girlish heart White as death with her lips compressed until they lost most of their girlish curves she waited for her bridegroom and so faint wasihe that atiastShe fet as though moving Ina dream when her father took her by the han and led her up to the waiting minister She knew that a man was standing beside her but her eyes were never raised to his face She heart a voiceI that broke repeat ther do and dl not recognize her own voice as she tOOK her vows but as the ring was slipped on her fingers she gave a great start and at last raised her gxfeat violet eyes to find a pair of dear fa millar dark Ones looking down upon her and she staggered so that a strong arm had to be thrown about her to rememberedawakening to a delicious reality when she felt her husbands lips on hers and his voice saying My brave darling you truest of lit tie loves look at me and she knew that she was in Freds arms that It was his ring she was wearing and bridegWhat does it mean she dried struggling to get away although she felt her resting place to be the dearest on earthj t What happened darling Fred thegWhy Iras to marry Gordon Phil lips she faltered Frederick Gordon Phillips her husband corrected and then light came to her fell In love with you the firstI moment I saw you but I win you as a poor man Fred said Joy ously Was I cruel he derly and Maisie forgetting llnshe had suffered declared that he1 was not although she asked him later Suppose I hadnt loved you as poor young man or that I hadn proved faithful to my promise but he once more kissing her declared Either premise would have been impossible darling because you see youareyourselLU Tongue Twisting orderedt a e twisting sentences iThe prizewln ning contributionsare The bleak breeze blighted the bright broom blossoms Two toads totally tired tried to trot to Tedbury Strict strong Stephen Stringer snared slickly six sickly silky snakes Susan shlneth shoes and socks socks and shoes shines Susan She ceaseth shining shoes and socks for shoes and socks shock Susan A haddock a haddock a black spot ted haddock a black spot on the black back of a black spotted haddock Oliver Oglethorpe ogled ah owl and an Oyster Did Oliver Oglethorpe ogle Oglethwhere are the owl and the oyster Oliver Oglethorpe ogled 1 T U = J1 d d IifJIt P jI 1 i t r Jo 3 Isd T t It Engraving tti i JVisiting Cardsj ujI Mourning Cards hw II 4 Weddinjf Invitations V t Reception Invitations 7 Etc 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address our near ti l Tennfor rrJrate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the ti southern portion of Indiana and Illinois tCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY incorporated r TilE BEST BIJthNESSSCHOOLV OM EARTH shortesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete course in the latest atJiiILYofor4tj i ftHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 Public Sale OF Lore Stock Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Etc haying sold my farm I will on t Iharsday f Oct 14 1909 IIiifiy residence near Springfield Ky Mil at public auction without reserve aK y personal property consisting Qf X 1000 pound Steers 50 Stock Hogs Md Shoats 1 Brood Mare 1 Mule Colt iYearling Mule two Work Mules 20 ares of Corn 12 stacks of Timothy lay 3 Calves 1 Gasoline Engine and etm Crusher A large lot of Farming iMclements of all Kinds JtoUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE Sale Begins Promptly at p m All sales for 1000 and over will be fee on a credit of 12 months the pur chaser to execute note with good per anal security negotiable and payable m bank and bearing interest from date ef sale Sales for less than 1000 to be pud in cas- hIRS ELIZABETH JttcLAUGHLlN PublicSalei On the farm of Mrs Nannie Leach an6 miles Northeast of Springfield on Tuesday Oct 19 1909 We will offer for sale to the highest udder the following personal property 2 good work mares m foal J standard red Brood Mare in foal to Moko Pearl 1T year old Gelding 1 5 yearold Geld w good family horse 1 2 yearold filly ly Sunshine and out of a Standardbred care 1 yearling Mule 2 milk cows 40 Bead of Sheep 600 bushels of corn whacked 2 stacks of Hay One Surrey 1 buggy Farming Implements some Steosehold and Kitchen Furniture 75- ecksOf Fodder and will rent about A acres of pasture until Christmas TERMS OF SALEAU sums of 10 and under cash over 10 a credit of six Months will be given with note bearing Iper cent interest negotiableand pay able m bank Thos Duncan Mrs W H Duncan ffI CARDWELL V Mr J W Perkins of Texas visited L E Perkins ot Tablow He also familybf E T Perkins JA Kyler sold his property of 3 sof land to C E Gibson of Sharpsville last week for 1375 Mr ibson will build a store house and go iitp the merchandise business at Card welL Mr J R Wardsold Ins property to J A Kyier tor 500 Mr Ward will move on the farm of N L Ward o- nsate b Creek Illinois turned oat well last week and- aeatt the following visitors to Washing fba county Mrs Bettie Hazenlme Mr George Kyler Mr John Bell Lambert Kr lye CloydMr Cad Sallee Mr Kobert Litteral and family Mr George Itaker Mr Irvin Comlay Mr Frank aker Miss Verna Freeman Mr Billie Elis all of whom visited in and around Mis place 59c E G Holiday bought of C R LYfcl ine colt for 50 also bought Of Sirahoay one wilt for 60 and bought ojEi GrstoMQ Perkins one cow and calf- U51ji 4 First Aldacah Lambert accompanied lien daughter Mrs Hazenline hack to IfiaHer Ill Mbflflay She will return jih May pham Perkins attended Mr fciiifcll sale in Garrard county last reeft ssytbing sold well Mule ts brought as high as 124 but Washington county can beat them on croprKyle Blown Co were iri Sptlng xlsgtipi d ist week on busi tr i j rrodsburgMrE Per sri9alitifi3Iast week Dirt Billie Sea is spending a week hliliisw ith seasrs pbrCrappedSkrn skin whether on the hands byfaaeIS appyidnipAlesburns liayrapddon g l j madentuckykot e FARMERS BANKIncor rated Mackvill Ky = CAPITA 1500000 SURPLUS HROFIT 3000 00 We offer you fair treatment with COJ1R ofaIJ B PETE President ELVIN BIRC Vre8ldent J M SMIT 3 Cashier DIRECTORS JB Peter Erin Birch J T Sweeney D hMcllvey J M Russell James ran Geo W Powell GShewmaker J W Best uatherlyJ VAII HILL Miss Flora Mud of Springfield has been with Mrs H H Mudd during her recent serious inn sIMr and Mrs Jewett Brown of Springfield visited relatives in this section Friday Mrs L N Simon is at the home of Mrs J as Tingle t lis week Mr and Mrs George Simpson of Springfield were ailed here by the recent illness and d ath of their brother Mr L N Simpso Several from th is place attended the funeral of Mrs A mandaj Wells at An tioch Monday Mr and Mrs J hn Baker of Willis burg have been visiting relatives in this section during the past week J L Moran pii chased a nice bunch of cattle from Br wn Tatum at Sac Delivered Saturda Mr T Mims sole 175 bushels of Eng Iih Bluegrass see to TC Tatum last week iPotsey 1his home BriTeturnedhere brief visit to relatives in Nelson county Mesdames John 3aker and T A Ta tum were guests c Mrs W F Moran 1FridayRay Piles who h is beenill of typhoid fever for the past two weeks is doing nicely Jag L Moran sold 75 bushels of orchard grass se d tOiTC Tatum Monday at 95c per bushel Katie the little ughter of Mrs L N Simpson is quileill at this writing She is threatenep h t Plaeyer jHerbert Moran outagain I after a slight illness caused froin eating green walnutsRev W m Wil ants ot Springfield was the guest of I Ir and Mrs Samuel Tucker Friday W F Moran ist a valuable mare last week from nfirmities due to old ageT J Miller t tie Willisburg grain dealer purchased wheat from J L Moran Peyton B iggs and your correspond nt at this Place at 105 per busheltobe delivered immediately More Than Eno igh is Too Much tTo maintain hesi th a mature map or woman heeds just nou rh food torepair the waste and sup ply energy and body heat The habit alconsumption of more food than necessary for these is the pn ne cause of stomach troubles rheumat sm and disorders of the kidneys If t oubled with indiges tion revise your diet let reason and not appetite conof and take afew doses of Chambe lains Stomach and Liver Tablets an you will soon be all Haydoni Born totheW- ednesday v ife of T J Settle Sept 9 190 a girl Mary McDowell Try Kentucky St ir Flour Its made like grandfather cs id to make it Well Known Notes Kefer Uses and Ruam mends Chamberlains Cofk ChoJeraII and Dlarr to a I take pleasure n saying that I have kept Chamberlain tonic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed in my family medi cine chest for aha it fifteen years and haye always had satisfactory results from its use I ha e administered it to a great many tra ehng men who were suffering frdm trc ubles tor which it is recommended and ave never failed to relieve them s ys J C Jenkins of Glasgow Ky Th is emedy is for sale by The Leo Haydoi i Drug Co r Kentucky Star F lour Best made TryKentucky St roar SogoOd Kentucky Star I loor estjnade kru EURBAN IN REVIVAL PICTURESQUE HEADGEAR 18 TO COME BACK Hat Been Popular with the Fair Sex In Many Generations Conveni ent land Attractive for Long Journey L And now some fashlpn prophet or indeed perchance a prophetess foretells the turban as a feature of the millinery for the later season The fact that this smartlooking close hat has already graced a race meeting in France seems sufficient to guarantee to the prophet that it will win out If this turban with Its twisted dra pery is now an English favorite as we have been informed it was of East Indian origin and long ago itwas distinctly Greek and comes not without a pedigreeits past history is assured A long popularity was en Joyed by it during the Madame de Stael dayswhen it was both street hat and evening headdress We know of It pulled quite far down ovor the head disclosing some ringlets that escaped its Abounds and we well remember Thackerays dowagers whose plumes bobbed in unison with their turbaned heads and their indignation t The plume has given way before t the more saucylooking aigrette as a trimming for the present turban ai1 COVIering the uptodate turban sometimes so close to the head as to be almost ball h edThe less extreme turban is a seWn tagal straw of white or blue which shows through the drapery some of them indeed coveredwith fords or Straw and foulard held pn a straw cabochon byI These make excellent hats Others are swath d with marquisette or liberty trope whiteI place by an ornamental hatpin again we are shown the white dyed lace veil used as a covering orI the straw or a chiffon scarf or with la yard of Its extreme length fall ing over the shouldersjust as touch of grace The swathed turban is most con venient and attractive for long jour neysThe veil may be removed pressed and replaced to gain the needed freshness It isa joy to the clever woman who can adapt one hat to a half dozen gowns be their colors as varied as Josephs coat We can picture the economical resourceful wo l1someharmonfouslace veil three yards of automobile chiffon hemstitched at the ends or some scarf of iridescent gauze ft knowledge of the arts of draping ard combining colors are very useful for the girl of the present period In th scarfs which everybody and her si ter is wearing more dependsupon the way they are arranged than on the material of which they are fash loiled As to color the dressmaker anti the milliner may both do their work satisfactorily but to put their efforts together charmingly depends largely upon the cleverness of the wearer + tCollarA pretty collar can be made from a handkerchief Choose one with a scalloped edge and a design ofsmall embroidered flowers Cutoff three corners about two and a half inches in depth Then make a stock of muslin and fasten the little tabs on it one in the center arid neon either side The part that remains of the handkerchief Is plaited and forms the jabot which is sewed at the bottom of the stock Thi Taking a nap in the afternoon if you are going out late in the evening brightens you up Breathing the fumes of turpentine or carbolic acid Is said to relieve whoopingcough A cloth wrung out from cold water put about the neck at night good for a sore throat A simple lotion for wrinkles is com posed of Tannin one ounce rosewater flue ounces glycerin two ounces Apply with a camels hair brush Wben used frequently wrinkles are apt to disappear unless too deeply seated and the appearance of new oues Is delayed Of course facial mas sage would be beneficial Do not think because your ancestors dressed their babies for the first year in wool that you must follow suit Treat a child as an individual There are some babies to whom wool IB annoying even in cold weather and torture in summer In this climate gauze is all that most people can1 en dure during July and August For a good perfume take five ounces extract jessamine 20 of extract orris seven of extract musk one and one half extract vanilla one and onehalf drams each of otto rose virgin and santal flor two and onehalf otto ber- gamot and two of benzoic acid 40 minima QUo super water and alcohol to make bulk This can be made In lesser quantities t l The AB CanJ XyZ F ADVERTISINGA wrkttH StymiHr Eatctf PfclUdelphU IN Q S The man who succeeds must fill his job so full that he bulges out a little at the top where people can see him The successful store must do the same thing only in a different way The goods must be on hand the prices must be right i the service must be commendable the trading must be square 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 ssentiment in its favor which neither reverses nor fire nor time can obliter ate Nine times out 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 tomorrows 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 put the net results in the evening It is true that the bargain advertisement of todaylis of little if any use next week It is forgotten g 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 emphasize the bargains of the day Dont 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 sunshine Inexperienced advertisers dig up the seed every evening to see if it is growing Or pull up the young plant by the roots because it didnt bear fruit or flowers the first week It is safe to say that not more than onethird of the people 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 impression that there is something wrong with the quality 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 itshould create confidence rather than doubt As in stocks and bonds the securities quoted above par are always more desirable in the thought of the investing public than are those quoted at a discount Advertising is a tremendous force which in action contradicts all mechanical laws The circumference and speed and working power increase while the motor remains the same j= Make your advertising continuous This is the first great secret of success Copy arid medium and circulation are all subordiria etto keeping everlastingly- at it tI tC09Trl bt1O kj tribunt Company Clcaro Letter Heads t J SSS f IIo fACr r StatementsfBill Hea dAii+ 1J Nt I t il Envelopes Cards t i thtc 1 r r4 t c Anything and everything In the way of highgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job type is complete our press facilities of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the story of our facilities for doing job printing of the right kind at the right prices llfI liub J f S I Cards EnveloPes Bill Heads- Statements r Letter Heads mmm mm THE SUN AND- LOUISVILLE TIME- S15O PER YEAR aiam nEweM1sIUEATEsr LIGHT RUNNING HO iIIr r lIfyouwanteltheraVlbratlngBhuttleEolMy or a Sewing Machine write to tHE NEW HOME SEWINI MACHINE MMFAKr Orange M MU Many sewing machines are made to sell record tecs Quality but the New Ileme U made to weac Our guaranty never nm4raf Aid by authorized dealer saly SAUt EdMRussell Lebanon SprinAfield Anfimrillt Lint Schedule Leave Lebanon Leave Springfield LN Station Walton Hotel 730 a m SSO ai m 1030 a m 100L m 400 p ra 500 m 630 p m 730 p m 10 3U a m Sunday 200 p m SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to us you your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head all persons kq are aab Ckargeadvertisementsfarm products tock etc for sale or wasted Land for sale or for rent not Included bvt inserted in another department of tJaePA per at verY lo rates for cash POSITIVELY BOth ingbut the above mentioned will be run free Mrs C L Brady bal for sale nice Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels the Clobb and Ringlets strains crossed 100 each Send orders soon before they are all sold Mrs R B Cregor Lebanon Rtf 3 has for sale Pure Bred Barred Ply mouth Rock and Rhode Island Red Chickens 75c each Dr 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 900 bushels of seed rye Also 30 stock ewes and one buck Gibbs Birch Springfield have for sale 15 sheep Price 6 Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale pure bred Rhode Island Red Roosters and Pullets 75c each I Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cake and make Biscuits Its light pure white and healthful Hows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ CHENEY it CM Toledo O rJlieve him perfectly honorable in all bus financiaUyab1etohis firmWALDING KINNAN A MARVIN 0Halls ly acting directly upon the Hood and mucous surfaces of the system Testi monials sent free Price 76c per bot tIe Sold b all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for comti pationtThe lam ul CovrtarJovnuI Ui The BprmgfJeW Sum Ltt yet year o J4t ffltbWt jI Q SWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING HIGH GRAM 11r1zTRQNGEST GU4RAtittE+ National Sew f1 t2Viac in q 4Y BELVIDERE ILLItiOI 2