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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I 4Ibt rii4fitht 4 w Ij DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON CO NTYj1 YDLUMiili L i j i ISP1IMGFIELD KYl OMESDAY I MAY 22 1907 NUMIER 24 I I Jrof Cfearere W Colvin r There is not an educator in Kentucky whose methods are bet j ter for preparing young men tor Lifes Real Battle than those of Prof Colvin Principal of the Springfield Graded School His soul is in his work He plans and works and he gathers his ini spiratiion from the successes achieved by his pupils The parent of the is no prouder of that boys achievements than Prof C IV rHe is attentive to his duties he is absolutely untiring in hi e to give to the school THE nEST of everything And that is why Springfield has the best Graded School in Kentucky Prof Colvins pupils are accomplishing things in life they are h putting obstacles behind them they are moving on toward lifes beautiful goal They are gong to be successful menmany of them will be great men great men because they will be good menjAnd to Prof Colvin we must give much of the credit for a of these who destinies he shaped Sometime a rose Will bloom in magnificent beauty atnohg the thorns and this tIes but this is not ftenTo give to the rose a voluminous splen dor we must remove the thorns and thistleswe must train it and cultivate it and give it our best attention Just so with human intellect it matters not how bright how promising it may be if it is neglected when it begins to take on its growth the thorns and th sties that grow so prolifically in the world will smother it and at jbes t tsJ fragrance will pe ishm l3 ownjtfrIef4Vicinityiand rSS llfitsfmo 3mjmllj have augh q pletidor pro PPs sty s to keep the thorns and thistles away and we believe there are few who will riot testify that his work has been well done We can pay him no higher compliment than this The editor Naturjnow that he colild be given no better ear lier than that which is imparted in the Springfield Graded Irajlning we hope most sincerely hope that Prof George W ColVinrill its principal during this childs boyhood days IN DEFENSE OF BECKHAM The Evening Post Prints An Ed- itorialCondemns Courier t r V Journal land Times lr The Louisville Evening Post of Thursday May 16l says t The Democratic Goyernor of Ken tucky is afpresent being made the target for abuse by the two organs of the Democratic EyiIdenteYIthat it cannot hope for anything from the Governor and it is in a vindictive draw of mind t Two complaints are now made against the first grows out of vGovernorshe the Judge James Hal gis the second because 6f theGover nors attituce relative to the Louisville machine and the contested election eases During the past week several con teased assassins have testified that Jim Hargis told them that if they wquld- committ murder he could get pardons for them from Goyernor Beckham The CourierJournal and the Times hav r published these statements in a way to indicate that thpG9vernor was as a matter xof a assassi natIons The records show that Governor Beckham has notion the last four years pardoned anybodyfrom Breathitt coun ty Hargis and Callahan are indicted in three places andthey would doubtless s L give everythingTlhpy have for pardons Jut the Goveop has not pardoned u r them and we believe will not pardon them Seyeralof the Bf eathitt county as sassins have been convicted but the Governor I has not pardoned any of them What they say about what Har gis told them may or may not be true but there is today in Kentucky not a single un rejudiced man who believes that the Governorof Kentucky author zed Jim Hargis to make such promises The fact that no pardons have been granted shows the hollowness of the charge The Evening Post believes that the Governor jhas made mistakes in these matters particularly in the appointment of Judge Carnes but that he has had any agreement with Hargis or Cal Jahan is refuted by a succession of events and his efforts have been consistently toward the prosecution of the assassins NoW for the Louisville election case s sollithe Louisville machine in this case H was asked to appear in court in company with the Democratic incumbents to and he refused He was asked to appoint a Magistrate who the Circuit Court had declared was not honestly elected He refused In both cases he antagonized the Louisville machine but in our opinion he did what the people of Kentucky had a right to expect fr m any overnor Republican or Democrat The CourierJournal says that theb Gc vernor will not appoint any of the tiee eh coon of 1905 is held to have been fraudulent The Evening Post is not in confidence of the Governor but we believe that certainly he will not reap point the Wen holding office by virtue of that election In any event it cannot be denied that the Governor pursuing a dignified lied proper course and that his refusal to make pledges in advance of a court opinion to the Louisville Ma chine is highly to his credit JI 1 f rt t I CLOSING xERcdl Of sprin1field Gradld a i Schqoj Attended By Large j Crowd JAnRendered Before a representative crowd wie second annual commencement ofJne High Schoollvas held at the Opera teprogramyet given though the people of Spring field have long since learned that the entertainments of the High School are always of a high standard The music furnished was entirely vocal consisting of solos by Miss Mary Ha don Miss Louise Medley Mr Harry Shultzjta duet by Miss Mary Haydon and Mr tidal Waters a quartet by Misses Mary Haydon and Isa Colvin Messrs Will Waters and Harry Shultz and two ipchorusesall of which were rendered in faultless manner The musical part of the pro gram demonstrated three things =that thevocal teacher Miss Lizzie Waterg poss eases rare udgmentjn suiting the skitint l them truthfully and tunefully that th e school has developed some voices of t1dIto carry o er sharp of me all in t yocal contests in the coming ment The work of the soloists needs no commendation as each of them has established their right to appear befor- any audience The quartet and the last chorus are particularly worthy of praise for in these numbers the fine harmony and blending of tone and the artistic interpretation were worthy o singers of longer training and large- experience Indeed in nothing does the school better show the excellent pro gress it has made and is making than in the finding and training of voices in music If special mention were to be made where all deserve praise the tenor of Parker Medley the bass Harry Shultz the alto of Isa Colvi and the solo work of Miss Haydon and Miss Medley and the duet of Miss Hay don and Mr Waters are worthy of the highest praise But the literary part of the program consisting of original orations by the graduating members Leo Simms man Barber and Mary Lamptbn an the Baccalaureate address by Judge Thurman were also of the highest ex cellence arid received much applause Leo and Lyman always eloquent ou did themselves in their final appearance a members of the High School Na j poison while having been treated by the most eloquent tongues and the most facile pens will always inspire arid never stale whether we praise or blame for his is one of the few the immortal names that were not born to die In his treatment of this mixed and mysterious character this marvelous and tragic career Leo showed himself a close student of in select mg his pointsandeloqJent and con vincing jn his analysis of character r The speaker and speech were not unworthy of the subject and that isJ enough Mr Barber who also won the honor of delivering the valedictory by his record as pupil delivered an able patr- iOtIC address on the American Idea Liberty Under LawNo pupil who has yet appeared here gives greater promise than Lyman of a brilliant future As speaker he iiwhat is in deed rareequally strong as debater or declaimer and to nave won the vale dictory is proof of his ability as stu dent His valedictory was in good taste not too fulsome nor extravagant but sincere and delivered with feeling Wherever these boys may go the people of Springfield will expect great things of them and follow them with their hopes and prayers Just such men as these Kentucky needs and the nation demands Miss Mary Lampton in her first pub IC lie appearance also did welland her treatment of the subject The Eternal Feminine must have been congenial to her bcause she did it so well We understand that next year shfe will got the Cincinnati Conservatory to continue her study of music while Leo Simms will go to Central University atjDanville and Lyman Barber will com plete his studies at the University of Wisconsin Good luck to them when ever they may go and may they do as well there as here In his address of advice Judge Thur i man said things suitable fqr sem whose school days are far behind the d erauatesdouble weight because they are era ticed in his own life Eloquent arnesr wasting no words for effect his speech is typical of the man who reg4rds life as a sacred responsibility and oAtbravely discharges that responsibility to his utmost Springfield is to be congratulated furnishea fine evenings entertainment i that it is doing such splendid work and that her people so unitedly and ehthusi astically support it j LIGHTNINGt Strikes B are And it Isi BurnedTwo Maresc Perish In Flatties During the storm of Sunday after noon the barn of Mr Jerome Gplvin near Willisbnrg was struck by light ning and burned to the gr und Aside from the loss of the barn Mr Colt suffered the loss of two brood mares new carriage one hundre barrels of corn and a quantity of hay all of which were in the barn No insurance Mr Colvinia son 0bMI Ste Colvin of proainent young farmers of the Willis iu country eGovernment Whitewash Every year at this season we r prot duce the following for the benefit of halfrbushel of lime slack it with boiling water cover during the process to keept in steam strain the liquid through La fine sieve or strainer and add toita peckof salt previously dissolved m warm water three pounds of give stirredne previously dissolved by soaking in cold water and then hanging over a sic fire in a small pot hung in a larger One filled with water Add five gallons of hot water to the mixture stir well nandhdot siettleThe Cclorirg may be added as yelltow pr iyory Mack fawn add proportionate bur pounds of umber to one pound common lampblack common stoneG color add proportionately four even s raw umber to two pounds lampblack A New Law t to liTsaint to an act passed at the last ses sion of Congress no special delivery stamps will be necessary oh letters to insure their immediate delivery afterh uly 1 After the order becomes effective it will be necessary only to ten cents worth of stamps of any del nomination in addition to the regular postage on the letter with the words Special Delivery written on the en veIopBto guarantee its prompt deliv ery This is another instance of the cf piisof mails and at the same time to adopt every means possible for the conveni gInpostoffice is closed early in the evening 1tland where it is impossible to purchase the1jpostotUce dropinped as quickly as though it bore the regular stamp iI 1 t TOBACCO GROWERS Of Washington County Will Hold Rally July 4 News From Over the State Or WarehousecCompanies a meeting of the County Loc here last Saturday afternoon it was decided not to hold an A S of E rally during the fair as had been After considerable discussion it w decided to hold the rally on July 4 A meeting will be held in the court hoes at this place on Saturday June 8 at which time arrangements will be made make the event a big one Planters Score Night Riders Hopkinsviile Ky May20At a meeting today of the Christian county organization of the dark district Planters Protective Association vfgoro resolutions were adopted condemning unqualifiedly night riding and violence of any character in7 the farmers fight on the tobacco trust and calling on the officers and members of the as sociation to use every possible effort to put an end to any lawlessness in section and bring the guilty party to justicein reporta000 acres ot tobacco to the association =Over Half Pooled vinertSt fUn J 2f1 s eritodavand were addressed by H B Sherman India Afterward over 500 acres the 1907 cr9p was signed to the pool making a total of over half of the en crop Mr Sherman and G R Keller deputy State organizer of the daysLThe growers are more enthusiastic ever be oreJJessamine Growers Meet eridn growersIwas at the court house this after noon Senator Byron of Bracken presideWnt Burley growers address ed the me The warehouse Mponythan enough shares have been sold and officers will he elected next Saturday Two hundred acres wee gned to the Society today making all 700 acre in this county that has been pledged to the society leafofWashington May 20 Representative of Tennessee who recently wrote to Clarance Lebus of Oynthiana president of the Burley Tobacco Society going fully into the efforts of the Kentucky and Tennessee membe secure legislation which would r the tobacco growers and explain how this legislation was defeated baFcOTrustLebus telling of the society which he Whether the inputmighty little ice with us writes Mr Lebus For he adds the inde pendent factories at the present time manufacture so little of our Burley to bacco that we have arrived at a point fpetitionotect ourselves Of course anythi that you or the Government can toward assisting us directly in this fight will be appreciated but I that you will not be able or th at Government will not be able to matters in such a way that it ct inditeflyOf course if they could or would is a law allowing us to twist our tobacco it would certainly aid jown of us a great deal If they can or will not grantus the right to twist our own tobacco as they do everything else under the sun so long as it is not manufactured or compound ed then in that event it would be best in my judgement to give the trust and the honest Kentucky farmer a right to settle their own differences I A Bright Boy Ernst Dedman son of Mr and Mrs E P Dedman of the northern section of the county who is now in the school for the deaf at Danville will be at home June 5 to spend his vacation The young manhas taken three examinations in one his average was 100 in the other two 99J He is only twelve years old but is inadvanced brightalman now the printers trade and will make a newspaper man Exampleas lengthe of a chain which will circumscribe an exact square the area of which will equal in square miles the number of links in thechain each linkone inch in length The first correct anSwer to the ajSbve problem received will entitle the sender to one years subscription to The Sun free of charge BEN HARDIN Springfield Ky usUnique Clock uniqueclockstore The clock is small but the athiof the big show window The clock keeps good time and MessrsIHaydon Robertson telf that it is now time to paint your house heft41t ritD 6cfot 6 e ietp ot niandfandofof grain It is proposed to have all the delegates agree on a plan to fix the price of wheat in the farm ers hand at one dollar a bushel and also to have farmers make their obligations fall due January 1st instead of October 1st so the wheat will not topayl Base Ball The following was written by a City Star One of the most interestirig games of ball played this season cameJoff at the High School Park Tuesday ay 22 between the City Stars and the High School team with the former comingout victorous by a score of 6 tof theinTongl1ndSlideKelleySlide was there with the goods and JumpingJackWycofl played a brilliant game at second and ofnThe High School team is not 12 3 with the City Stars twirlmgfor Robeamateur pitcers in Kentucky QuarterlyCourtr Quarterly court Judge Litsey presid g has been in sessipn this week and several caSes have been disposed of the most important of which was Grume vs Taylor Dr Grume of Fredericktown sued Geo Taylor of professionalthe defendant The case was stub anddovrrdictotf Shepherdsville Slighted Bullitt Pioneer The area of London 688 square miles New York 30601 Chcago 180 Philadelphia 12J9 Shep herdsville Why the dad blamed bcolc dont say anything abouj Sheplierds1 vibe c 1 i 2 THE SPKINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1907 DrW F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed 1 Office over Hnydou Barber BD LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY life Fire and Accident Ola MassHchuAottH Mutual always reliable and Uia l edt dividendpaying company in the world yo fiollcIt DyattOfflSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rIY1FP1IjE HOURS j7to 9 a m 8 p m Dr d C Aludd SPfUNOPTBLD jlKENTUGKY IItJJ 1VCR WI ITAnio aua1woR tOffice Hours12 M to 2 p jf Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON office opposite Presbyterian church over W Hagans grocery Uffice phone 175 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD ITxL Office in Opera House Office No 5 No38 tone Eesidre MISS ELLA ADAMS J NURSE TELEPHONES Days 49 tight 109 J MAYSA1TYAT LAw Springfield Ky WushlngloDdud Federal tourta t C CMcCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will pjcaotico in all Stateand Federal Courts f W DCLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky in the courts of Washington find adjoining aountiei and rn the ourts or PAaia W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington sad edjoininccountios and in cou of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky BuildingWill Wash in ton and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals S M CAAIPBELL AUCTIONEERSpringfield specialtyWillable Phone 84 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And f Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 71 DUROC JERSEY HOGS My spring pigs will be weaned and ready for delivery June 1st Sow pigs all sold but have three choice boar pigs for sale One out of a Master piece sow and two outof an Orion sow They will make large rangy fellows with heavy bone Come and see them or write me FARMERS PRICES to J E SHELBY RRI Springfield Ky 4 tJr r UNCLE JACK Tells Interesting Stories of The Good Old Days of long JAgo Willisburg April 20 1907TEditor Sun Uncle Jack will try your pa tience again with a letter of antebel lum days I will try to begin where I left off and that was on the culinary art of the good old days I qid not mention the pumpkin pies coo ed in the big skillet and the fried apple pies and the ginger cakes that adorned the table at the log ollings and house raisings In the spring of the year we receivedInvitations once or twice a week to attend these and no one thought of refusing and excusing tiIself by saying I have work of my w i How great the change since t tie i Sometimes we do not take time t o to our neighbors funeral But eve will go from the logrolling to the har vest field I can well remember when people cut their wheat with the rdap hook I have one now that I am kdep ing as a relic of old times I cut twenty shocks of wheat with it last harvest The old time reaper could in this way cut his wheat so clean and save it so nicely He would reap through to the end of the field and then hang his reap hookon his shoulder and bind back and when wheat was cut with the sickle we had less straw to handle and that was all the better as we had to tramp the wheat out with horses We would clean off a treading floor mak ing it as smooth and hard as possible The jheaves were then laid around in regular order heads in and the boys were placed upon the horses each with a horse to lead and we had to be very careful to guide our horses and keep them on the grain or the old colored man standing by with wooden pitch fork in hand Would as a general reminder give us a slap across the back In this way we would often get out two or three hundred bushels of wheat and frequently a rain clond would come up and then all was hurry to get the straw off and the wheat swept to the center This we did with brush broom The wheat was then covered with straw But every hill was not leye enough for a treading floor In one instance a man not finding a suitable place elsewhere selected a smootn flat rock in the creek bed which was suffi ciently large for the purpose This he used fora number of years But on one occasion when he returned from dinner he was horrified at seeing his wheat swept away A havyraincloud had suddenly come up and put the creek on a boom f When the wheat was tramped out we would get out the fanning mill which was turned with a crank by hand and run the wheat through it to sepa rate the wheat from the chaff Though the process was somewhat tedious the wheat was well cleaned Let us now turn to the corn field Our new ground fields produced large crops of corn in those days and we often had cornshuckingsor as the western people say Husking Bees These were sources of great delightto- the darkies The corn was gathered and thrown into great heaps and the boys and the colored folks were invited in This was always done at night They would get into a race and some one would start an Old Virginia corn song I wish now that our boys could hear the negroes sing an oldcorn song just as they sung them then for I know it would amuse them But one indespensable feature on these occasions was the little brown jug This was passed arouriu while at work and again at supper time and after supper Such dan lti and antics and singing Well it was a sight to see or at least it would be now And after all this the crowd did not break up with a drunken row but they dispersed quietly each one going peaceably home Per haps this can be explained by saying the custom then was the old men to take their drams the boys almost in variably refrained from touching it UNCLE JACK Receiving Tobacco 4 CadizKy May 16New in the history of Cadiz has as much tobacco been seen coming to townas during the last week The four prizing houses have been busy receiving the weed and to date there has been about 1500000 pounds received here to be prized for the association and it is expected that at least 1000000 more will be received duringthis seasonIt selling very fast now also through the storage house and the prices received are highly pleasing to the farmers Nothing has been sold from here but lugs and common leaf the prices received being from 625 to S10 per hundred A move is now on foot here to have a salesroom established here next sea son and every Indication is that it will be done Trigg county is proba bly the strongest association county in the entire Black Patch having Prom 05 to 98 per cent of the tobacco now pledged to the as ociationI fi 2F t 11CEOWNED BY BVCAARE h At only seven years ofage this horse has already a reputatioh as a breeder connties and slow horse and is now being patronized by breeders of several different Interesting Figures UptoUate Farming Allof our counties were not represented at the meeting in Lexington of the 24th and consequently some were not reported until the next day but from the re Iiacresof a total estimated acreage of 138000 which isa little over 52 per cent On the following day the reports which swelled our total to about 180000a r s This acreage is not efad reason that many planters are able to say the exact amount that they will put in this year consequently sign for their whole cropI without stating what it will be On this account the acreage will be greatly in excess of 80000 This great vicj tory has surprised even outselves and the announcement of it op the 25th at the monster barbecue which the hospi table citizens of Fayette county ex tended us created the wildest enthusiasm It might not be amiss to mention the counties that stood best on the report of poo ed acreage While it is drawing comparisons to which some might take 51a1sonthose now in the lead Harrison county claims the the largest percentage which is 91910 Clark county comes next with 89310 Carroll county has pooled over 100 per cent of her last years acreage and is evidently near the top but as shedid notreporl the acreage to be grown this year it is im possible to give heran exact standing Owen county too is doubtless near the top of the list but her delegate did not reach the meeting in time to make a report Anderson reported P5 percent Robertson 88 Scott 81 Trim ble 86 and Gallatin Grant Henry Pendleton and Washington over 70 percent each The largest poledacreage is in Scott whichclaims 5500 wit Owen second with 5000 find Harrison third with 4781 Why Women Stay Single A Brooklyn woman writes to the New Tork TribuneiIWhy do so many American girls of le class remain unmarried or marry Inte In life This question was risked by an observing foreigner who had been visiting some of the large 2lIes oftly eastern states Too Independent I suppose was the rather careless reply of the man ito whom the question was addressed What a libel on the good sense and womanly nature of our girls They are not cflibates from choicetlieir home making Instincts are Just as strong ns are those orany other na tion necessity Is In most cases the whip which drives them to the factory he store the ofllc tlw schoolroom At the present time runny forces con iplre to shift the burden of the family support on the shoulders of the dl1l1 ers of the house the Insecurity of hjpalarI mans position In the rage for young blood the of the small dealer whose business has peen absorbed by theIarge department Stores the nervous collapse of so many of the breadwinners caused by the In tense mental strain under which they labor to compete with the opposing forces which are wrestling with them for position practice l r trade It has been comparatively easy for ii girl to secure a position where no spe clal preparation Is necessary for eli gibility If she vere willing to accept the remuneration offered by a too of ten conscienceless employer This ne ceptance practically forces men out Df these ranks and fills their with cheap labor which condition rea IctS upon the commonwealth as fewer men are able to assume the responsi bilities of husband and fattier How niich better If In all eases where men tad women are employed the remuner jtlon were decided by the work rather Ihan by the sex of the person perform jig the work There would then be no temptation to employ women unless helr work was as good or hotter than hat of men Merit alone would de kle whether our stores offices and rchodlrootns should be dominated by Thin or by women Subscribe for Th J Sun Loci year Subscribe for The Sun LOO year j Why Bryan Is Pdpular Elfcabethtcwn News The question is often aske why Mr Bryan is so pop ular The q estion can be answered byaskine anther Why is President Roosevelt so popular Because the same things that make the President popular make Bryan popular and these two distinguished American citizens stand conspicuously before the people because thY embody qualities so much alike Mr Bryan was the pathfinder to the true admiration and love t f the American people by adyocating those things which President Roosevelt has won popularity on by putting into laws Stand the men up side by side and they are really as much alike politically as Siamese twins except in party affiliation They are not only alike in what they advocate but in what they are They are both intense ly patriotic and put their country above their party They are both strictly honest What they say they moan and they are both equally deter mihed and postive These are quali ties that all Americans love and Demo crats are able to see Bryan 3 attributes in Roosevelt and Republicans are able to see Roosevelts qualities in Bryan The great issue upon which Mr Roosevelts popularity rests in his determined oppositition to the abuses of special priyitedges and to corporations le This is strictly Democratic and was advocated by Mr Bryan when Mr Roosevelt was practically unknown to National politics But for Mr Bryans campaigns the President would not and could not have brought about the reforms which have characterized his administration and but for President Roosevelt the reforms advocated by Mr Bryan would still be characterized as they were in 1896 as Socialistic and Populistic As Mr Bryan has had much to do with making President Rnoseyet popular by furnishing the restshwith making Mr Bryan popular by showing that these principles can be incorporated into laws so as to be helpful rather than hurtful to the people If President Roosevelt was a candi date again for the Presidency barring the third term idea it would be impossible to defeat him But as he is not a candidate his logical successor to continue the work he has so ably begun is Mr Bryan If we give credit to a translator ofa book we cannot deny it to the author Surely it rather increases the honor due to Shake speare because such actors as Booth and Irying have portrayed his charac ters The saving of human life by the application of the Westinghouse air break is shared by the railroad that uses ft but adds also to the credit of the inventor The putting into laws those principles which another has sug gested and made popular belongs no less to the originator this tothe executor If the putting into operation theprinciples- of governmental control of corporations and the suppression of trusts for which the Democratic party is sponsor and which find their best exponent in the great Democratic leader has made the President so popular there is every reason why they should make Mr Bryan their author equally as popular So returning to our meat why is Bryan popular The answer is found in the demonstration of his wisdom courage and patriotism in the crystai zation of his principles into law by Theodore Roosevelt r A Hard Debt to Pay II owe a febtof gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Discov ery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two rore bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Disc very for coughs colds and all lung omplamts Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggist 50 cts and 100 Trial bottle free 4 4 i I B D LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL tESTATEIti dwellingbodebarn 1 115 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good tobacco barn plenty tobacco good water close to house and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty ofp grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 pet acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and onehalf mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobaccowell fenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty if water Price 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles fromJSpringilald one good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from one from school andchurch good stock barn Alloutbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 roomdwellmgbarns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of fine young orchard all kinds of and small ice- house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling 11timberplentyNo 2t90 acres good wire fenceplenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one i room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stocK barn 1 P torn en ice hen use meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre jNo 25248 acres 21 miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under fining layed in cement water in every field year fine set o 35 acres of corn in this year j dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 51800 No 28160 acres 31 miles from Springfield on good road i mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 pet acre easy payments No 30 1151 acres 31 miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn ten acres l acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 iNo 3275 acres 31 miles from Springfield mile from pike on goodroad 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3260 No 33231 acres in Nelson county oniStoner pike 6 miles from Bardsf owi 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothyand clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson county Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coup ty for a home Cheap No 35225acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and henhouse Water in house Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000j pikeharmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre f No 391Q2 acres good four room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plentyof water bothstock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 71 miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40Fiftyacres four room dwelling well fencedand watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven mires from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules house and all outbuildings Fine tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price J45 per acre easy payment No 45164 acres one and one half miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre NO 4697 acres from Springfield on pike 25 acres of line timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 Springfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 5Q per acre No 51152 dcres 4 miles from Bloomfield on rood pike tit Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson county Good five room barn will hold twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School J miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 52 135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crIb 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land restinNo 53A good investment in city property on Main street 54Town Lots oh Grundy and Covington avenues No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwellin tobacco barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farm sit uated in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre fl D Lake Springfield II 11 9 q i r iwL l FHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1907 J 1f aL Burley Tobaccoa q vtfn a letter recently written to an Indianapolis gentleman by Lucien Beckner of Winchester Ky Secretary of the Burley branch of the A S of E inKentucky Mr Beckner gives some of the results of the organization as it has effected the price of Burley tobacco He says IIIn all probability the price paid by the buyers for the tobacco now pledged and held by this Society had it not been so pledged would have exceeded very little if any of the 50 per cent which has been advanced on the same throughout the district For many years past the price of tobacco has been going steadily downward the past years crop being the first to break this tendency Grades which the year before brought 7 cents are now bring ing 14 The advancements made by our local banks andwarehouse companies are on the basis of 50 per cent of the present market value This in some instances has resulted in a man receiving more by way of advancement for his crop than he had expected to receives when the crdp was planted for the whole crop A gentleman said to me the other day What do you think my tobacco brought me I replied I dont know butT am sorry yon sold It Oh said he 4I didnt sell at I did better rhad a very small crop and would have taken 40 for the whole business but vlT pledged it tb the Society and have just delivered it in the ware house and according to present market value it was appraised at 82 They advanced me 41 on it and I yet have what Iwas willing to consider more than the value of the whole crop corn ing to me when it is finally sold This is only one instance in ohe county Remember there are thous sands of others in forty more counties Our tobacco growers were confront Pxicettrue there are throughout the district aj number of local independent buyers but they are speculators who buy at i such a price as will enable them to make money by reselling to the one buyer the American Tobacco Co We did not blame tje trust for taking our tobacco at the smallest price that we wouldsell for but we did blame our selves for selling at the price which meantruin to the planter and the in poverishment of our lands and tenant rYeAs soon as we admitted that we were In fault we began a campaign under the auspices of the A S of E to correct our fault In three months time we secured over 50 per cent of the jcrop of this Burley District and might have done better had not we ourselves set the limit and refused to take anything after a certain date oWe were utterly ignorant of details and methods but working on the prin espies laid down by the A S of E and working through men who were elected in each county for their intelli gence and sterling integrity We have built a system by which tobacco placed m our hands can be held without fear of loss or deterioration until it is sold and we have arranged a plan ofcam paign rforthe 1907 crop which has al ready resulted in securing throughout the district aa large a per cent of the 19Q7 crop as we were content to close with on the 1907 crop and which we honestly believe will result in turning over to our management 90 per cent df the crop that is and will be planted during the current year When it is understood that this district is composed forty odd counties lying in the states of Kentucky Ohio and Indiana and that these coun The Pam- Family You know them they are numerous and make their presence felt everywhere The names of the are Headache Toothache arache Backache Stomach ache Neuralgia etc They are sentinels that warn you of any derangement of your system When the brain nerves become exhausted or irritated Headache makes you miserable if the stomach nerves are weak in- digeStion results and you double up with pain and if thV more prominent nerves are af fected Neuralgia simply makes life unendurable The vay to stop pain is to soothe and strengthen the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills dp this The whole Pain familyyield to their influence Harmless if taken as directed Z find Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills an excellent remedy for overcoming head ache neuralgia and distressing pains of all sorts I have used them for tho past seven years In this capacity with the best or results MRS JOE MERRILL Peru Ind Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by n your druggist who will guarantee thatAL the first package wlll benefit If It falls he will return our money 25 doses 25 cents Never bulk Mile Medical Co ElkhartaInd a ties haye never before attempted to organize in such a society sqcentrali zed AS the present one and that cone quently large amounts of ignorance lack of momentum and mutual suspic ions had to be overcome andwelded into one firm union united not onlyj in the aims but In methods it might be said that no such work as this has bejen done since the formation of our Fede ral Constitution Last years success has enabled us to organize counties for this years campaign which last year refused to join us and it has caused nearly all of the growers in tHe organized counties who were out last year to pledge their whole crop this year One feature of our success has startled even ourselves Every former movement of this nature has failed because of financial difficulties The present movement was begun tremblinglybecause of the same bogie but listen When we got the tobacco in our hands and offered to pledge it as security for the loan of 50 percent Of its present market value and explained our method of caring for jolterfurnishing rare instances where they did not do this companies were formed and in some instances even fcJquity banks whichreadily undertook that which the older institutions had failed to do It is a pleasure for us to know that everywhere that this latter has been done the older institutions have seen ahd acknowledged their mistake and are now anxious to do that which for a time they held back on Our success has produced the greatest enthusiasm and in one county every tobacco barn in the county has had painted on it in big white letters Equity Warehouse or Barn as the case may be Captured Whole family Harrdosburg Herald Last Thursday Ormand Yocum who lives near Van larsdall this county was passing through his fathers farm when he saw a big mother fox and seven little ones playing in the sun They saw tam and started for their den but he followed until he discovered their retreat Going to the house he procured a hoe ana with the assistance of Revs John MaI son dug the animals out and captured them Saturday he brought them to town He sold them to Col Jack Chinn for 16 Col Chinn now hasI them in a wire paddock onthe farm and the whole family seem to be enjoying themselves and thriving in cap tivity GIRLBOXES BULLYS EARS reacher Subdues School Terror by Flooring Him Twice The Buck Brook school In the town af Callicoon Sullivan county KY hnsl raIned an unenviable record and teach trs have kept Sb1of it It had sixI teachers at different times last yearI but none cared togo back The reason was that some of the scholars were unruly led by a big boy itlie bully of the school Miss Nora M Maur of Roscoe tried tier skill this year The bully refused Ito obey her and when ue tried to force WIJOS DOSS IN TIllS SCHOOL her from the building she gave him a boxxu there r that scut him sprawling He got up und flew at her hut Miss Maur whacked him again with her open hand maklug him dizzy Then the asked Whos boss In this school you or I i The vanquished bully looked up shamefully and whispered You be After thnt there was no more trouble Finds Husband on Dissecting Table By means of a deformed root Mrs William B Turner a trained nurse was able to Identify the body of her husband as It lay upon the dissecting table In the Hahueniann Medical col lege at Kansajs City The head had been removed Mrs Turner Is now exerting every In Hence to have It found and restored so that she may have the body decently burled Turner had died at the City hospital while his wife was attending a patient and under the law the body had been turned over to the medical college dr Ken ucky fair Datesi Grab Orch ird July 103 days Stanford July 173 days Henderson July 235 days Lancaster July 243 dayswMadisonvil e July 30=5 days Danyille July 313 days Georgetow i Aug 64 days Lexington Aug 12 =6 days creel Aug 134 days IFern Aug 134 days Aug 144 days Aug 204 days Lawrenceb irg Aug 204 days Shepherds lie Aug 204 days daysShelbyvilJeJ days EHzabethtojwn Aug 273 days e Aug 273 days ld JFlorencHardins bur Sept 33 days Bardstown Sept 44 days t Paris Sept 35 days Monticello ept 104 days Hodgenville Sept 103 days Glasgow Stpt 1L4 days Guthrie Se t 153 days Kentucky State FairLouisyilleSept 166 days Falmouth Slept 254 days Mayfield Ocjt 15 days Bardwell Oct 152 days f Jones and The Telephdne Jones is a law abiding citizen of a nearby town says the Kansas Star He wrote to a friend thatiie Cityrlpetted to visit Kansas City The friend an admirer of Jones knowledge with pleasure the letter and requested that advance notice of j his expected arrival be rlveu so that suitably preparations for entertaining him coulll be made Jones however wished to surprise 1nouhe expfccted to reach here Soon nfter his arrival he sought telephone with this ra her discouraging result Gig uie twentytwo two twentyI two rand he whispered into the transmitter after cpusultlns the tele phone Jlrectory Grnud toot toot toot double toot was what lie thought he heard XOI no he exclaimed iam uotl oJSOOIthe receiver Yeilil IIIyHuh huh was the brief responseI This Is Mr Jone of Glendale Mr What Interrupted the voice Jones replied the visitor TeU Cltlman Ill be Did you say Bones ClenAll To whom do you wish to speakf Mr Im a friend of He is very busY Just now Wait a nioiiient Pardon me miss said Jones sev eral minutes later Ibut will you plense 14tbcman that Mr Jones of Glendale wishes to talk to him at least long enough to express ran opinion of him 1 Hcllol Hello Bones Bones be blowed This is Jones Spell itl Snell It yourself You just drag out a city dirp tory nnd look nt the JsIThejjne tl eresthe most of is it AH rJgI t said the voice Call up again In about three days It will take me that long to loot up all the jays that have their names In the directory And Jones has retired to Glendale with an Injprovcll opinion J that vii lage lt has no telephone 200000 j Year Miss Julia Morosini of New YprR vyho spends nearly a quarter of a mil lion a year on clothes in an interview said MA woman cant have too mnnyI gowns A thousand dollars fora dregs int such a great price to pay I have plenty that cost more some of them as as 6000 cOn the other Hand it would beI sheer nonsense to spend 1000 for every dress one wears The best rea son is that many women make a prac tice of never wearing the same gown twice during a season and never more than three or four times Today the well dressed woman must have absolute harmony in every thing she wears Her gowns stock ings hate gloves everything must match the gown Each gown listh- ave its own pair of shoes My shoes cost 50 a pair I cant see why 2000 is too much for ones shoe bill a year That only allows for forty pairs GJoves must match the costume of course A thousand dollars a year for gloves and another 1000 for handkerchiefs are often spent I never wear a pair of gloves a second time II try to spend as much as I can upon my clothes Every year I try to spen more than I spent the year be fore This year Iam planning to spend 200000 on clothes and I dont think for a moment that I am a bit ex travjjgant or wicked thousand dollars is not too much for a woman to spend for years supply of lingerme She must spend from 6000 to 10000a year oh furso i t II Another Fair Baltimore has caught the exposition bigaidestional exhibition and it proposes to celebrate the climax of the War of 1812 and the birth of The Star Spangled Banner by un exposition on its water front in 1914 The suggestion is made by the Baltimore American In Bannerrthe interest of the city and state In the proposition The city council of Balti more hits taken steps toward organiza tion and Governor Warfleld has promised his cooperation General Agnus calls it the banner exposition of the banner century The following is from the of the enter pOrlseoThe year 1814 was momentous In American history The war that began In 1812 reached its climax If the Brit ish had succeeded In capturing Baltimore there Is no telllng how far the struggle would have gone or what the result might have been In America But our people with a gallantry that history lids not sufficiently recognized repulsed the enemy and out of that splendid victory came The Star Spangled Banner the lyric that will he sung as long as America endures Benjamin ifrauklln said that the War of the Revolution needed to be supplemented by a war for Independ ence The War of 1812 brought tile new states together and In the words thercola spirit of na tionality In that war the United States regained its self respect It organized for national action From it we date the long list of splendid deeds which have made the United States the wonder of history and the richest ant most powerful people on earth We have heard much of Ihte about world politics It is iirecent role for the United States Issued from the War of 1S12 united and self centered against the world So the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of The Star Spangled Banner will give to us for celebration dud display the century which has contributed more of human advance meat than all that went before Practically every Invention every step of Industry every big foct In transporta tion and communication will come within this hundred y ears The year itself will afford some striking annlver Buries For iustancel4t was in 1814 that Fulton made the beginning of steam in the navy anda score of events of like Interest can be round The whole matter opens4 a pro pect practically without limit and gives Hf an anniversary occasion unsurpassed by ahj which has been celebrated lu previous expositions By 1914 we shall In all human probability have In operation the canal con netting the Chesapeake and Delaware buys Our Chesapeake commerce now the largest of any hotly of water In America and far exceeding our total foreign trade will be vastly Increased theIseems that the ideal locution will bo 1 the Chesapeake bay near the mouth the Patapsco river There will be easy access not only by boats from our miewdocks but by express service upon our railways The north and the south will meet in happy rivalry and the great west will send Its thousands to see au exposition thrt will be as much of au advance on the Jamestown enterprise as that Is upon previous cnn be no question whatever as to Marylands right to appropriate this great anniversary In the war of 1812 Maryland supplied not only her quota of tro rp but more that the government tank accept Notonly did she offer trooys but gave abundantly lu money so that President 8011 The elniuisqf Maryland for her expenditure dirhrr thw war Hiaiid upon higher ground than those pf any other state In the Union The Eccentric Missouri River The eccentric HUll variable 11is3Ourl river has a personal filftml in George Pitch who ducMres lu thu American Magazine tlintMlie1 stream is naYignble enough if uuiytli steamboats would conformto iuirccullarltles Mr Fitchs humor is refnMilns The MlSKUuri steamboat says Mr Fitch should he shallow jlthe deep chested ninth exceedingly strong iirthw stern wheeL It should be hinged lit the middlts slIqqndrcdover a saudUar it can nsslnillute it The Missouri river steamboat should be able muakc use of u channel but should oat have to depend upon it A stpami r thnt cminot on occasion climb a step p clay across a cornfield and hilltg that to trying to g tMiway le accuse for trying to navigate theMlRsonrl To Stop Saltpeter Sandwiches Dr Wiley chief of the government bureau of chemistry as the latest step In his crusade for good fool Is studying the effects of saltpeter as a meat preservative upon the kldllo s and al lied organs of the human anatomy important Notice People living in those districts where a stock law is now in effect are warned to keep their stock ofT oOhe public highway It is the duty of the Sheriff of Washington county and his deputies to take charge of all stock running at large Save cost and trouble by attending to this matter l cJ S OSBOURN SW C Ir =fi Implements r N A BuggiesIannounce I Buggies Runabouts Surr f- 1WagonsCuItivatorft fHYsJl II I Isifact all kinds of farming implements and that they Iar prepared line to save the trade money on anything in WeEr moneyCall I Ir C Tatum Grundy f Vally Hill Ry 1tfDestroam running the same as before the fire tYOU WILL FIND ME WITH W P LAWRENCE opposite the Pres tian Church 1 have a nice line oftWatches Clocks Jewelry of all kinds Cut Glass Silverware etc Come and get prices All Repair work guaranteed = I I James J Graves Ift itn fr iKff Lakes Overtlowers No 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre No57163acres 3 miles North of MackviUeonWillisburg pike r 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco ands plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling ire tobacco barn good stable and meat house milK fine chard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church 1 ce30 per acre No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 iacre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land 15000 No 611251 acre S miles from Springfield 20 acres of virgin Isoil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco baw stable c rncribstbuggy house Old stock barn good fence 75cres ofi landk t i t fNo 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn goodstock barn some timber all in grass watered Close to school Jt tand church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre o No 63iS0 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on p e 12 acre tobacco barn of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the firmest tobacco a farms in Nelson county Price f50 per acre NpG4121acrel 8 mfles from Springfield on Mackville pike 5 ropm new 6 afire barnoldock barn corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acres Lof fine tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Price 25 per acres underIt roof good granary 10 acres of bottomland Plenty of locusts perIt l No 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield i mile from 4 room dwelling5 acre tobacco barn small shock barnsome timber 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All In grass Price S20 per acre MjNo 672 acres 7 on hood pike 6 stkIy 75 acres of fmte tobacco land Some timber Price 85 per acre No 68180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair wella fenced fine river bottom land1plenty of timber fine tobacco Price 60 per acre No 69150 ncrcqjsmaH house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and f e o Puce 50 per acre j r No 70 144J acres oOud dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres j of fine bottom land wU fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber Price 60 per acre tIll6 71118 acres 5 miles from Springfield 6 room dwelling inVgood repair tenant house 7 acre tobacco barn stock barn 1 crib granary pond iri barn lot some timber 75 acres of fine to l batico land good fence Price 3500 per acre S Or LAKE JISlungfllld E THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time positionsCLARKSand most uptodate system of tual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students arty- Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev GranviUo3Vyo or write direct to schoq 1035 Fourth pifiiiy3Ir n THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 21 1907 t ii IiiCjii r l A New Produce House I At Willisburg Ky i t We have opened a Produce House at WillisburgY Ky and will pay the highest Cash Prices for all kinds of Produce Bring usRALL of your Eggs ant Chickens and get CASHjf 1 REMEMBER rI M H Jones Co Springfield KMUI 3 1H SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance j J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldEymailS as secondclassmatter SUBSCRiPTION TERMS OF 1100PizThree Months 25 changedalways youWfeh DEMOCRATIC TICKET h r For Se1atorJC W Beckham HagerForTrim ble For AuditorHenry M Bosworth For TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Secretary of State Hubert Vree land For Superintendent of Public Schools WinfreyFor K Head rick ForC AgricultureJW For Clerk of Court of AppealsJ B Chenault For t Railroad Commissioner CCMcChord For State Senator J Rogers Gore THE TOURNAMENT On May 29 30 and3t the Blue Grass Graded School Tournament will be held in Springfield The event can be made a happy one The only thing needed is the assistance of the citizens of the town and we believe that assistance will be generously and happily given The visitors ought to be so thoroughly impressed that they will for ears to come1 remember the occasion as dne of the happy events of their lives Let the latchstring hang loose Let nb bounds be placedupon our hospitality Lets give the participants and the visitors a genuine welcome- A happy handshake And let us say howdy howdydo witha hospitable ring in the voice fOn May 29 30 and 31 let- sme Springfield Horne Sweet jyme to the1 visitors Comer And we will do our best to make you glad The meadow the orchard and the peep tangled wildwood are pictured that no painter has the cojoriri g to mock Nature mix td her colors well and painted pictures everywhere Look Look out upon the hills where the blue grass ripples like a lazy stream under a quiet sky Look Look down upon the valleys where the Hand of God has sown in rioting splendor magnificence in myriads of forms Listen Listen to the beautiful son at the birds and the hum of the bees clustered about the first rose ofsummer JLook Listen And youjOght to be happy Andyotlought to praise God from whom all blessings flow Monument For a Town 6i1mPush Boost Energy yjji y Schools Yif g Churches J Harmon ili Cordiality i jt Advertisingf v Talk about it Good property Write abont it Speak well oi it Healthy location Help to improve it Advertise in its papers Good country tributary Elect good men to office Honest competition in prices Faith exhibited by good works Make the atmosphere healthy Fire croakers loafers deadbeats Let your object be the welfare growth and promotion of you town and its people Speak well of the public spirited men and also be one of them yourselfEx- Union Discussed LEvening Post A preliminary con ferencewas held this j tne study of the Rev Dr E L Powell pastor of the First Christian Church at Fourth avenue and Walnut streets bya number of the leading pastors o the Christian Church and several lead ing Baptist ministers of the Falls Cities to discuss a proposed union o the respective congregations Among the laity of the two churches as wel- as among the pastors a difference of opinion exists as to the propriety of a union although there is a strong senti ment favoring it It was for the pur pose of hearing expressions from rep resentative men in the two denomina tions that the meeting thisrmorning at 10 oclock was held although no definite action was taken Dr Powell declined to discuss th matter saying thatabsolutely nothin had been done as yet except to agree to the informal conference today The submission of the question of amalga mation the governing bodies of the two denominations is not necessary should the Baptists and Christians de cide to form a union as each congregation of both denominations is its own governor This fact gave the confer ence this morning much more impor tance than would attach to it were it to refer the matter to the g9vemI1gtodyaftertheIbcal organi zations and reached an agreement- St Louis May 16To prove his capacity for whisky Thomas Taylor a negro cabdriver wagered today that he could drink a large quantity of liquor He consumed the nineteen drinks without a break according to the wager and died seven hours later f 1A Holt Boom Courier Journal Although Richard P Ernst chairman of the Republican declaredIthough majority of the State Com mitteemen have announced that Wills nis the man forthe placeand the State machine is behind his candidacy yet it is an evident fact that there is a tremendous effort pn the part of certain prominent Republicans politiciansi thro ughout the State to turn the tide for Judge William H Holt In Louisville there is and always will be a contin gent of the Republican party inevitrfbly against Augustus E Willson for any office that he might offer for There has not been a crystalization of the forces in Louisville against Will sTflf in favor of the candidacy of Judga Holt The truth of the business is the outofline Republicans in Louis yule generally led by the Republican Municipal League arenow engaged in thaJpolitical game known as feeling thepulseJf They are trying to create a little boom for John W Lewis of Springfield but if they see that such is impossible it it issaid they will join the forces out in the State now making- a still but formidable hunt in the interest of Judge Holt for nomination for Governor The strongest pull that is being made for instructions for Judge Holt for Governor is in the First Second Third and Fourth Corgressional djssricts It is believed that if his friends can get a majority of the counties in these four districts to instruct for him Judge Holt will be a towering figure in the Q WI1YrYOU SHOULD BUY AN Edison Phono graph awaytand wears out the records 2 The records are each encased in or a lined box free from all dirty greasy substances time you want to you can bu 1one or one dozen records hea them played before you buy 4 A new shipment made every four weeks and special orders taken any time j 6 The records WearJonger and neve scratch or have ji gritty sound always clear and distinct 6 Because with a M G horn anyrub herconnection you have reproduction of the human voice 7 Because it is made of the best ma othegr ing machines 8 Each instrument iq guaranteed 4uid you get the best value for your money 9 Because a home is pot complete without music and anyone can operate an Edison 10 Because more Edlsons are sold than any other machine 11 Because they are 10 to 50 and even the poorest can enjoy a treat at that price 12 Because I have them for sale and wantto sell you Call and see fo yourself the 12 reasons E Nl Russell convention which meets in Louisville on June 19 for it is certain his friends say that ihost of the counties in the Tenth and Eleventhdistrict willcome to ths convention uninstructed and will be easily turned for Judge Holt as he is a native of that end of the State Mercer County Harrodsburg Herald The postoffice department has renewed an order for bidding postmasters t6 answer inquir ies regarding mail over the telephone They take the position that it is im possible for postmasters to recognize with accuracy an individuals voice and there is liability of imparting in formation regarding a persons mail not entitled to it A Jessamine has brought suit against countytn Railroad for one hundred his dog He claims e Days one dollar tax 6n his dog which is the same as he pays on one hundred dollars worthof other property and hence his dog should be valued at that sum Some days ago two fine milch cows belonging to Thompson Bros of Wil more developed sore udders All remedies failed to effect a cure Blood poison set up and the cows were killed Two more fine heifers were bought andshortly afterward became afflicted in the same way A solutun of blue stone checked the disease somewhat but it had to be applied Often Now Thompson Bros are convinced that rats bit the cows and caused all the trouble Victory For Drys Glasgow Ky May 20Thelocal option election in Metcalfe county Saturday resulted in a victory for the drys The fight was one of the most exciting combats ever waged in this part of the State Temperance workprs were there from adjoining counties and prominent temperance lecturers from out in the State worked for local optic n till the close of the polls while the uhisky ele ment made a stubborn resistance Drawbacks for Farmers Ehzabethtown Mirror The farmers are certainly being confronted with numberless drawbacks this spring Fate seems to beagaInst them in per TheYrainsreckmatedoats sowing and curtailed the acreage of the crop The cold weather and rains have retarded corn plantedrto replant Most of the corn on uplands has been planted but some of the far mers on the lowlands or creek and river bottoms are held in check and it seems that they will never get their land broken and their corn planted The tains this week simply stopped all workon river bottoms and it may be that the farmers in the bottoms will not be able to plant their corn until June Outside of oats sowing and corn planting the farmers have met other reversals It is claimed by them in nearly every section of the county that the wheat crop has been seriously dam aged by the cold weather and the frosts Some maintain that thecrop is whileI20rper cent andupwards Again the far mer complains that the frosts cut down all early vegetables and injured their fruit which is a most serious loss to the appetites of the agriculturalists Surely the farmer is beseiged with the distresses and losses of a Job Subscribe for T e Sun100 year Death of Dr Leachman + Courier Journal Dr William TI Leachman the oldest practicing physician in Louisville died of rheumaticI JIvesterdbYEast College street He had been failing for some time his decline in health having begun three years ago For several Weeks his friends and rela tives realized that he would finally succumb to his illness several ago however he was so much Bitter that he was able to walk about the streets but Friday morning he was unable to leave his bed and sank rap idly until he passed away yesterday morning Dr Leachman practiced medicine in Louisville for half a century during which time he achieved an enviable reputation as a diagnostician His ca reer in medicine was unusually brilliant As a young man he was called to all parts of the country Ito consult withother physicians make a diag nosisof a case and give professional aid both in the capacity of a surgeon and a physician At one time he had one of the largest practices pf any phy siciah in the country His skill and utation were so great that a few ago at a medical convention in yearsI ingtjxm Dr Giles Mitchellof said of him that he was recognized by the authorities as without a as a diagnostician superiorI Though born in Boyle Leachman made his home in Louisville seventYIfourhis primary education at the schools in Washington county Dr Leachman attended and graduated with high honors from entral University He received his medical education at the University of Louisville Immediately after his graduation he accepted a po sition as teacher in the chemical deI partmentof the university but his career as a teacher was cut short a few months after he accepted the po sition when the University of Louis ville caught fire and was burned to the ground Dr Leachman then began the practice of medicine in Louisville at the age of twentyfour years and continued it until tvo years ago when he was forced to retire on account of poor health Even then Ur Leachman was lot out of the medical field as until his death he performed labors of love and charity among the poor of Louisville MustGive Names Harrbdsburg Herald Commonwealths Attorney Hardin had a subpoena issued Monday for Editor Morris Bart lett of Lawrenceburg to appear before the grand jury here It will be remembered that a short time after local optionjwent into effect here there was an article published in the Lawrence burg Jtfews of which Mr Bartlett is editor andj owner in which it was stat ed tha several good citizens of Har rodsburg had stated to him that they were coming to Lawrenceburg for their Whisky instead of getting it in the low dives and blind tigers in Har rodsbujg It is the purpose of the reD resentatiyes of the State to interrogate Mr Bartlett before the grand jury and get from him who those good citizens were and then the next move will be to have them before the grand jury and in this way find out if there are any dives in Harrpdsburg and if so prosecute them The good citi zenswho talked so freely to Mr Bartlett were prejudiced for no blind ti gers exist here Since local option went into effect many former topers have braced up gone to work and dont look like the same men A drunken man is rarely if ever seen and recent sales show that property is in creasing steadily in value The Man Land ff 1 Little boy little boy would you go sow soon To manlivesWould you barter your toys and your airy things For the things that the grown mant gives Would you leave the hayen whose doors are set alloyForWould you go little boy little boy Its a land far off little boy little boy steepAndits boyYoucome back to sleep There is no tucking in no good nighty g Its JNoLittle boy little boy cant you see the ghosts That live m the land off there Thet broken hearts 1fair hopes all dead t Lost faith and grim despair Theres a train for that land in they- after years When old Time rushes in to de stroyThe stands tween the joy and the tear So dont little little bo MetropolitanMagazine qian Votes Wet Cynthiana Ky May 17Tqe wets won in the election held in this city today by the narrow margin of thirtyfour votes receiving 492 votes in tne four wards to 458 for the drysr The wets carried the Third and Fourth wards and tied in the Second The drys earned only one ward but that by a large majority The surprise in toe election was the result of the Fourth ward where most of the color ed voters reside the majority being wetsIwas contested by both sides in a friendly way the women taking an active part but doing away with the brass hands and parades going to the polls instead where they held prayer and song services con tinuously and pleaded with the voters There are no demonstrations of any kind tonight by either side as both claim it is a victory There will prob ably be a general election on thetem perance question held in this county within the next sixty days as the dryshave asked that a vote be taken on July 6 in the countyand the wets have filed a petition asking an election to be held in the city on the same date this being done to keep the city being counted as a unit in the county elec tion HARDESTY i Messrs Mit Cheserand Luther Bar low and Misses TexieBarlow and Jane Cheser spent Sunday with Mr Solomon Kays and family Mr Clifton Kidwell and wife spent Sunday with MrRoy Cheser and fami iy Mr J R Gray sold to Mr IL T Virgin a sow and eight pigs for 28 Mrs Eliza Carney spent Thursday with her mother Mrs Sarah Gray Mr Will Sherley and wife visited the latters parents Sunday Mr and Mrs W S Y Gpodlett Mrs Eliza Mitchell spent Sunday withher daughter Mrs Bruce Williams Messrs Will and Edd Gray and Misses Martha and Ida Gray attended church at New Hope Sunday and dined with Miss Della Virgin Mr T J Trent was m Lebanon one iday last week on business Mrs Lucy Sales is on the sick list iTIlE SUN L 4f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1907 1 5 AN IMMENSETRADE Dunne the pas month I have had an immense trade on all kinds necessarvjtol for next Saturday Come in and see them on display Saturday j I TARRY A FULL LINE OF BABY S GOODSHAVE IN STOCK A LARGE LINE OF PRETTY CAPS Miss Willie Knott Opposite First National Bank = r = = Drtl Jt M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First KyJOffice NotesbThe pupils of the Springfield Graded Schoolare picnicing at Fredericktown today FOR SALE =A splendid family horse Call on or write to REV G W LYO- NSpringfield Ky County Organizer William Nally will organize an A Sof E Local at Cranes school house in Boyle county Tuesday night May28- OFFICE HOURS Dr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 a m from 1 to 2Pin He can from nowon be found in his office during these hours HAIL STORMQuite a severe hailstorm visited the Northern section pf the county last Sunday afternoon and considerable damaging to tobacco another vegetation is reported Rev W H Williams willreturn this week from the Jamestown Exposition and will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening FOR SALEA two story business house in the town of Mackville Ky 24x50 feet with 10 foot shed room full length back yard with closet 20 inch adjustable shelving Will sell cheap Direct me at Springfield Ky THOS Jf GRAVES MATINEES Mr Leonard Baker informs The Sun that he bow has the track at the fair grounds in good conditions arid that interestip matinees will be given in a short time Mr Baker is doing much to encourage the stockraising interests of Washington county NQTICETbe Electric Light a Water Company will prosecute persons who enter their grounds without a ticket Employes have been instructed to Teport the names of all parties guil ty of such trespass and warrants for their arrest will be sworn out Some people have the errpneous idea that since my undertaking establish ment was destroyed by fire that 1am out of business for the present This is not the case Iam located over Hagan Bros grocery and Have a full line ot caskets and burial gpods JNO YI MAYES The citizens of Willisbiirg and vicini ty are hereby notified that Decoraion Services wilt be held at that place the first Saturday in June All persons having kinspeople or friends in the cemetery at that place are requested to meet on the and assist in decorating above1day cleaning off the cemetery OIL STREETS Oil streets are no longer experiments they have ben tried and the results have been satis factory The money invested is money oIf payiforstock from the dust t f SPARROW IrFarmers are through planting corn after being somewhat delayed by wet weathqr and are Prepaying land fo tobaccoas most all have plenty ufI plants ready for setting R L Mitchell sold to BF Long a tract of land containing 110 acres for 3000 Also a tract containing 90 acres to J 0 Webb for 1035 Work has been begun on the new church at Fairmount Mrs J D Sutherland of Sycamore Valley spent a few days last week with her parents at this place T W Sutherland of Hillsborospen- last Thursday with W C Cammack and family There will bean election held in An derson countyJune 11th as to whether or not whisky shall be sold in the coun tIt is time that every rightthinking man in the county and adjoining coun- tIes should be up and doing There will be a decoration held a Fairmount cemetery SaturdayJune J services to continue all day The fol lowing is the progr mI10 a m Song Seryice 1015 Reading and Prayer by Jas Burgin 1030 Welcome Address RevMA Simms 1100 Why Should We Decorat the Graves of the Dead by ReyH P Hatchett 1130 Christian Duty by Rev W E Lowen 1230 Intermission for dinner 130 p m Song Service 145 Invocation Rev J A Simms CAllenWorkYTrainIngProf330 Sermon by Rev H L Olm stead 430 Penediction Everybody is cordially invited to at tend All those having friends andr invjtedtosomething to eat in them and all those who have subscribed for the building of a house will confer a great favor on the building committee paying their subscription on thatday We wish the v editor of The Sun could be with us on I that day If he is we will see that he has a place on the program We need some such men as he in this vicinity tor about ten days commencing at that time Poultry Raising Rays Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic R4 i144 cures Cholera Roup Gapes aud liimberneck When fed as a preventive itnot only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Give each sick fowl 3 or 4 drops 3 times a day Asa preventive feed it in the feed 3 or 4 times a wee Turkeys require a smaller dose Price 50 cents Guaranteed by Haydon the Druggist 3ndListof letters remaining uncalled in the Springfield Past Office for wee ending May 22 1907 Chas Brown Son Mrs An la Claybrooke Miss Bertha Cook MissIll Mattie Elliott Mrs C R G gsby t Hueston Green John McIntire Mrs Willie McElroy Miren Mytlielre John Patterson Dan Roberts Mrs Mary Thompson When calling for the above pleas say advertised and give date W A WATERS Postmaster fiIfi iltHiItHifitltII J Jtlfitfitlt1 rvItlltl E- lr I t NOTICE k Groceriest fW I Will keep For the Trade a Fresh and UptoDate Stock 4ofEvery thing Good to Eat Country Produce Wanted A SQUARE DEAL IS MY MOTTO +I Bring me your laundry I the Lebanon Laun Idry Ask for F hrs Tonic and all kinds of soft drinks ara for what you want Yours Very Truly W k f W LAWRENCEf + f +=+ + l i o O OOOOQOOw Qoa o O Visitors iPersonal 0QMrs T D Wells and children of JJ ebanon are guests of friends here Mr and Mrs NT Buster afte a visit to their daughter Mrs J B RoBards have returned to their home at 4Mrdren of Lebanon were here Tuesday 1Mr Norton of Louisville TelephoneCRfas Felix Hamilton of Lebanon Cleterents Miss Bessie Leachman spent Wed nesday and Thursday with friends in Louisville Mr hand Mrs Frank Abell of Lob anon attended the funeral of Mr Tom Clarkson here Thursday Mr C L Price was in JJardstown Tuesday SebetDan Curry of Harrodsburg Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbell were in Louisville Saturday Mr and Mrs GH Boone have VIreturnedMiss Agnes CarrIco has accepted tcletcompany a Mr and Mrs Hugh Noe and son Stith have returned from a ten days stay with relatives in Harrodsburgi Mr and Mrs JH McGJure spent Sunday with relatives at High Grove Miss Zula Campbell of Louisville is the guest of Miss Pearl Campbell Miss Annie Mayes is the guest of her sister Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon Mr and Mrs Jas C Duncan of Louisville are visiting relatives at this place Mr Andrew Yankey son of Mr and Mrs Sweeney Yankey of near town who has been attending school at Lexington has accepted a position with a civil engineering corps of the L Ied1imillinery goods jofafter a visit to their cousin Mrs W F Neikirkj jtbrpughpanied her home Jfromas a nurse last week Miss Adams ijj jiInfirmaryperform the important duties ofanurse Mrs S C McGill and children will return home today after a weeks l 1ofLouiskweek on business Dr J M Burton was in Louisville Tuesday Mrs Crume of Bardstown is vis iting her sister Mrs H D Stiles of near town returnedkMrs Jerry Pickley of Chicago is visiting relatives here t Dr and Mrs W E Crume were in town Tuesday Dr John Shaunty was in townS Monday and Tuesday eThe citizens of Springfield are glad that Mr and Mrs S B Thompson will again reside here Mr Thompson hav ing a temporary ValIton Hotel Mr and Mrs Thompson have numerous friends here and in the county who hope that they may decide to locate in this city permanently Mr Thompson was until eighteen months ago proprietor of the Walton and there were few more popular hotel- men He was accommodating and painstaking and his earnest endeavor was to please his guestsII Notice All persons indebted to the estate ot P C W Peterson deceased and to the firm of Peterson Bros are requested to call at the store at Texas and settle on or befog the 1st day of June 1907 After that date accounts will be placed in the hands of an attorney if G Administrator PETERSON L i 1it Mt + + TWO DOZEN NICE HATS I SLIGHTLY DAMAGED + tInmoving my stock of millinery from the burning building last Wednesday morning +about two dozen nice hats were slightly damaged which will be sold at very low prices + veryra of room to properly display it in the rooms which I now occu py over Peoples Bank Come early and examine this stock You will find something please you and I assure you the price willbe satisfactory toftf t Goe tFor the presentit will be necessary to close opt my stock of skirts I have no place + fitto show them and must sell at sacrifice prices iNot one skirt is damaged and my only + roomImustl OT t t + WILLIAMSMilLINERYt Remember lam Over Peoples Bank m ffi 4 0 WILLISBURGI Ihe funeral services of Mrs Sallie VillhamJwho died several months ago re cQn here last Sunday morning at eleven oclock by Rev Mason of thE Baptist church and Rey Sims of the Christian church There was large crowd present RevR L Shirley and sister MUs Effie of Harrodsburg spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of J W Shirley Little Lucile Oder spent last week with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Wm Sutton at this place Miss Willie Ruby splint Saturday and Sunday with her grandparents near Mackville P C Gibson and daughter Miss Eda spent several diys with relatives- in Anderson county laut week Irs Nora Foster spentSaturday and Sunday with Mrs Mary Mcllyoy W B Shirley and yife spent one day last week with the latters parents Frank Bowen and Bernice Graham lJn1 m1 1 T T r T T T t T t te T were in our midst Saturday afternoon- E W Smithspent last week with- relatives at Monteroy Ky Mesdames T J Miller W W Hy att B Shirley and Miss Elizabeth Shirley were in Springfield last thurs- day T J Prather and wife visited at the home of Pope Bishop Sunday Mrs E J Pinkston and children Mr1andjMrs Myrtle Keeling spent last week in Louisville Mrs J J Sharp and children visited agoIon business last W week KyI Mrs Mollie Settles and spent Saturday with her mother FerreU at this place MrsI Mrs Burgess Pinkston spent week with Mrs W T Wells Miss Oma Yeager has returned from her brothers S B Yeager We had an electrical and hail storm LghtIning Ever our best have Jthem both the Swell and for those plain and tHE ARE f THE tHE every to beat s Come us for ybur Suit get + + pwww one mile east of The was t burned with all its contents two fine mares one buggy harness and a of corn and other teed Total loss over The will be held at this place on afternoon We regret to note the death of Mr Frank Seay who died at near Maud May 16 Funeral services were followingdayhad been a resident of this vicinity for manyfriendsdeath The extends condo fence to the bereaved once A 4 1cklensJ G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N q It quickly took the out of a felon for me and cured it in a short time Best on earth for sores burns and v ounds 25c at Haydon Robert son drug store 11iP J T i r rIlE 44 LARGEST OF II I 3 J Spring Clothing I J shown in Springfield Is now n counters for your 1 They ue of the stock is Inot1w boast oLTh makes t are the the IEastern markets afford rhe attains they most desirable We in suit Dresser de siring something neatbut Vell tailored STYLES SNAPPY AND- ATTRACTIVE and WILL APPEAL tO TASTES OF M AJORITsYv We guarantee Suit represented to Spring and satisfac here barn Including quantity 1000 decoration Saturday June lst his home community Significant Prayer pain wonderfully STOCK ReadY inspection are 1 flop YOU CAN GET ANY PRICE SUIT HERE You have more t9i iK rLett from than you can find elsewhere arid you can get them for less moneyi Wwill Appreciate a Chance to Show You these Goods fe I I The Robertson Claybrooke Company hrei y di i r I c e a i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NAY 22 1907 it t1 4e H LIll001 r IrQThi- MlhUrrr olerAzc Caw9wY 1 If MRtf Noting of Jim You dont know the prOUd Virginia blood yiouldacceptwould go to smash and the grave first He paused and then continued im pressively This Is how ste puts it She and Tier father have raked together her different and turned them into cash a matter of 60000 and she got him to consent to let her come up here to scse if during the next six months she might not in a few desperate plunges in the market run it up to at least regain the tnist funds YesII know it Is a wild idea I told her o at the beginning hut there was no need she knew it for she is not only bright but she ha the best idea of business I ever have But it is QtheirJim and while I listened to her argument I came around to her waylot thinking But how did she happen to come to you with tils extraordinary cheme I interrupted lils this way her father who knew Randolph Randolph through your fathers handling of the Sea boards affairs learned of my connec lion with the house and gave her a letter asking me to do what I could fwIthcapacity secretary confidential clerk or as she puts It any sort of place that will Justify her being In the of flee She tells me she Is good at shorthand oq the niachlne or at cor respondence also that she has been sr contributor to the magazines Ifr ftnglvc handicap bet to this can be Arranged slue says she will on her own select the time and the the marketseems to have turne this Into a wonderfully nervy reature and old man 1 am beginning o have a feeling that perhaps the carps may come so she will win the e out You and Iknow where less thoP sixty thousand had been run up to more than and that too without the aid shewill hive for Ill surely do all I her this last chance places Bob in his enthusiasm completely lost sight of the act that he was Indorsing a project that but a moment previous he bad pronounced insane with a start I realized this sudden transformation betokened In evltably if the project he outlined were carried out Bob the beauti ful southern girl woulfi be thrown into close association with each other and further acquaintance could deep en the startling Beulah Sands had already was over my ordinarily and com rade As I looked my burn inc with an ardor as unaccustomed as4t was Impulsive I felt a tug at- m heartstrings at bought of the sudden cross roading 6f his lifes high way But 1 too was with the clamour of this girls wondrous beau tYtand her terrible ap to me almost as as it hid to Bob So aIu10Ugh I knew it would be fatal to any of leis elghing the matter by common sense tmrst goutV iQ C blame for falllng l J in with the girls plans If 1 were in your shoes J should too Tears came to Bobs eyes as he grabbed my hand and said Jim how can r ever repay you for all the good things you have done for mehow can J It was no time to give way to emotional outbursts and while Bob was getting his grip on himself I went on Come along to earth now Bob let us look at this thing square ly You and Iwith our position In the market can do lots of things to help run that sixty thousand to higher figures but six months is a short time a million or two a world of money She knows that he said and the time Is much shorter and the road go much longer than you figure he replied This girl is as hightenj sionecj as the E string on a Stradl varius and she declares she will hav no charity tips or unusual favors from us or anyone else But let ua not talk about that now or well get discouraged Lets do as she says and trust to God for the outcome Are you willing Jim to take her Into the office as a sort of confidential sect rotary If ypu will Ill take charge of her account and together we do all that two men can for her and her father UlMiss Sands of to the establUsbedand Bobs She had pot been a day before we knew she was a worker She spent the hours going over re U Jim that little lady us a and UI a standstill at rown game responsibility child once steer Intospongy had and what and Influence sane cojplheaded filled predicament I dont you down and will there ports and analyzing financial state ments showing a sagacity extraordi nary In so young a person She ex plained her knowledge of figures by the handwork she had done for the judge all of whose accounts she had kept Bob and J saw that she was bent on smothering her memory in that antidote for all ills of heart and soul work Her office life was sim plicity Itself She spoke to no one ex cept Bob save In connection with such business matters of the firms as I might send her by one of the clerks to attend to To the others In the banking house she was just an uncon ventional young literary woman whose high social connectlonu had gained her this opportunity of getting at the secrets of finance from actual experIt ence for use in forthcoming had got abroad that sho was the writer of great distinction who under a nora de plume had recently made quite a dent In the worlds literary shella suggestion that I rightlyj uessed was one of Bobs delicate Nays of smooth- Ing out her path I had tried In every way to make things easy for her but it was Impossible for me to draw her out in talk and finally I gave it up Had it not been that every time I passed her office door I was compelled by the fascination which I had first felt and which instead of diminishing had increased with her reticence to look in at the quiet figure with the downcast eyes working away at her desk as though her life depended on never missing a second I should not have known she was In the building My wife at my suggestion had tried to induce her to visit us In fact after I let her into just enough of V h VV Sands story so that she could see things on a true slant she had decided to try to bring her tour house to live But though the girl was sweet ly gentle In her appreciation of Kates thoughtful attentions In her simple way she made us both feel that our efforts would be for naught that her positionmust be the same as that of any other clerk In the office We both finally left her to herself Bob explained to me some three weeks after she came to the office that she received no visitors at her home a hotel on a quiet uptown street and that even he had never had permission to call upon her there But from the day she came to occupy her desk In our office Bob was a changed man whether for better or for worse neither Kate nor I could de ride His old bounding elasticity way gone and with It his rollicking laugh He was now a man where before hr had been a boy a man with a burden Even It I had not heard Beulah Sands story I should have guessed that Bob was staggering under a strange load While before from the close of the stock exchange until Its opening the next morning the was as Kate wa fond of putting It always ready to fill In for anything from phaperon to nurse always open for any lark we planned from a Bohemian dinner to the opera now weeks went by without our seeing him at our house In the office it used to be a saying that out side gongstrikes Bob Brownley did not know he was In the stock business Formerly every clerk knew when Bob came or went for It was with a rush a shout a laugh and a bang of doors and on the floor of the stock exchange no man played so many pranks or filled his orders with so much jolly tgoodnatureness But from the day the Virginian girl crossed his path Bob Brownley was a man who was thinking think ing thinking all the time It was only with an effort that he would keep his eyes on whomever he was talking with long enough to take In what was said and if the saying occupied imuch tiro It would be apparent to the talker that Bob was off In the clouds All ht friends and associates remarked the change but I alone except perhaps ate had any idea of the cause I knew that two million dollars and the likeIditches though I did not know It from anything he told me for after that talk on the upper deck of the Tribes man he had shut up like a clam He did not exactly shun me but showed me in many ways that he InIBeulah Sands plight had roused into intense activity all the latent romance of my friends nature did not sur prise me I foresaw from the first that Bob would fall head over heels in love with this beautiful sorrow laden girl and it was soon obvious that the longdelayed shaft had plant ed its point in the innermost depths of his being His was more than love a fervid Idolatry now had possession of his soul mind and body Yet Its outward manifestations were the op posits of what one would have looked for In this gay and optfnllstic south erner It was rather worship a calm imperturbability that nothing seemed to distract or upset at least in the presence of the goddess who was its objects Every morning he would pass through my office head ed straight for the little room she oc objeclyeihis own Good morning Miss Sands he seemed to round to and while in her presence was the Bob Brownley of old He would be in and out all day on any and every pretext al undisguisedireluctance That he never saw hor outside he office I am sure for she said go d night to him when he or she left for thor day with the same dontcqmewlthrae dignity that she exhibited to all The rest ofus I had not attempted to say a word to Bob ab uf his feeling for Beulah Sands tior had he ever brought up contraryru Three months otllthesix had now passed and with each day I thought I noted an Increasing anxiety in Bob He had opened a special account for Miss Saridson the books of the house in his name as agent with a credit of 60000 find we both watched it with a painful tenseness of scrutiny It had grown by uneven Jerks until the balance on October 1 was almost 400000 On some of the trades Bob had consult Lmeand on others two In particular where he closed up after a few days operations with ircarly 200000 profit did not even know what the trading was based on until the stocks had been sold Then he said Jim that little lady from Virginia can give us a big handicap and play us to a standstill at our own game She told mo to buy all the Burlington and Sugar her account wouldstand and did not even ask my In both cases I thought theoperations were more the result of a wakeful night and an I must dosomething decision than anything else and J tack led both with a shiver but when she told me to sell them out at a time I thought they looked like going high er and the next day they slumped I could not help thinking about the destiny that shapes our ends On my part I tried to help On one occasion without consulting her J put her account In on a sure thing underwriting wherein she stood to make a profit of a quarter of a mil lion but when Bob told her what I had done she Insisted with great dig nity that her name be withdrawn helpherly Impressed by Jhef principles and commenting on them said Jim If all Wall street had a code similar td gamhiesmanly game and many of the multi millionaires would be clerking while 1 lot of the handtomouth trader veiled come down town in a new auto every day In the week She does not believe in stock gambling She hoe worked It out that every dollar one man makes another lOses that the one who makes glues nothing In return for what he gets away with and that the other fellows loss makes him and his as miserable as would robbery to the same amount Yet she realizes that she must get back those millions stolen from her father and is willing to smother her conscience to attEmpt it provided she takes no unfair advantage of the other players The other day she said to me I h we decided because of my duty to my father to put away my prejudice ag lost gambling but no duty to him or to any bne else can justify me i playing with marked cards Jim there Is food for reflec slion for you and me dont you think 1 I did not a gue with him for after that Saturdays outburst I had made up my mind o avoid stirring Bob up unnecessarily Also I had to admit to myself that the things he had then said had raised some unucomfortable madenieglancethen at the old sign of Randolph Randolph and at the big ledger which showed that I an ordinary citizen of a tree country was the absolute pos sessor of more money than a hundred thousand of my fellow beings together could accumulate in a lifetime al though each had worked harder long more conscientiously and with perhaps more ability than As to how Beulah Sands code had affected my friend I was Ignorant For the first time In our association I was completely In the dark as to what he was doing stockwlse Up to that hee wpuld rush for congratulations when thesexchange and he Invariably sought mr for consolation when the boys uppercut him hard as he would put 11 Ii to Now he never said a word about his trading saw that his account with the house was Inactive that his bal ance was about the same as before Miss Sands advent frame to the conclusion that ho was resting on his oars and his undivided at tentlon to her account and the exe cution of his commissions His hand ling of the business of the house show ed no change He still was the best on the floor However know- Ing Bob as I did I could not get It out of my mind that his brain was running like a millrace in search of some successful solution of the tre mendous problem that must be solved In the next three months Shortly after the October 1 statements had been sent out Bob dropped in on Kate and me one night After she had retired and we had lit our in the library he said Jim I want sOme of that oldfash ioned advice of Sugar Is selling at 110 and It Is worth It In fact It Is cheap The stock Is wen uted among Investors not of goodbigwould jump it to 175 keep it there Am I sound I agreed with him VAll right what reason is there for a good big stiff uplift That tariff bill is up at Washington If it goes through sugar will be cheaper at 175 than at 110 Again I agreed Standard Oil and the sugar people know whether it is going through for they control the senate and the house and can Induce the president to be good What do you say to that 1 0 K I answered No question about It Is there Not the sllgntest Broadwaygiveston boss and he passes it out to th accumulotionBroadway the Wall street ftC whIchhasYouve got that right Bob wheWashington n the man who should load up quick and rush it up to a high level If he does It quickly the stockholders whc now have it will get a Juicy slice oJ otherIgo greedy hypocrites at Washington who are always publicly proclaiming that they arE to serve their fellow country expressinthemselves g Ing in politics for their health So far good reasoning I com merited Jim the man who first knows when the senataors and congressmen and members of the cabinet begin to bu sugar the man who can kill foui birds with one stone Win back sjpa tot Judge Sands stolen fortune Increase his own little pile against thE first of January when If the little Vir ginlan lady Is short a few hundre thousand of the necessary amount hE could If ho found a way to Induce hei deficiencyfattena million or so and do a right good turn for the stockholders who are about to be for the hundredth time bled out of profit rightfully theirs Bob was afire with enthusiasm th first I had seen him show for three months Seeing that I had follows him without objection so far he con- tinned Well Jim I know the Washingtoc buying his begun All I know I have dug out for myself and am free to use oveltwe have decided to plunge She has s balance of about and I an going to spread it thin J am gojng tc buy her 2600 shares and take on 10 000 for myself If you went In for 20 000 more it would give me a wide sea Have Gojie Over the Deal with Beulah Sands indo We Are Going Plunge and giving broker cigars yours distrib much and Now there 400000 to sail in I know you never spec late Jim for the house but 1 thoug you might in this case go In personal jDont say anything more Bob replied This time the rule goes b the board But I will do better Ill pit up a million and you can go as high as 70000 for me That will give yqu a buying power of 100000 and I want you to use my last 60000 shares as a lifter I had never speculated In a share of stock since I entered the firm of Randolph Randolph and on genera special and every other principle was opposed to stock gambling but I saw how Bob had worked It out and that tbjmake the deal sure it was necessary for him to have a good reserve buyII ling power to fall back on It started the System master wlose game he was butting In to an wHose plans he might upset shoul- try to shake down the price to drive him out of their preserves B proposedi ItIbu so changed had he become In his anxiety to make that money for the Virginians that he grabbed at my ac ceqtance Thank Jim he said ferven Iisebut Ill accept the favor for the deal is bound to be successful I know yoiir reason for coming in is just helpoul and that you wont feel ba ly because your last 50000 shares will be used more as aguarantee for the deals success than for profit And Miss Sands could not object to the part ouplayas she did at the un derwrlUngL for you will get a big profit iVI r anyway Nextday sugar was lively on the exchange Bob bought all in aigbt land wayegong eulab Sands had 20000 shares which averaged her 115 Bob and I had 30000 at an average of 125 and the stock has closed 132 bid and in big demand Miss Sands 20000 showed 340000 profit while our 30000 showed 110 000 at the closing price All thr houses with Washington wires 1Yerr wildly scrambling for sugar as soon as it began to jump And it certainly looked as though the shares were goon for the figures set for them by Bob 175 at which price the Sands profit would be 1200000 Bob was besides himself with joy He dined with Kate and nae and as I watched him my heart almost stopped beating at th t thoughttIft anything shbuld happen to upset his plans His happiness was pathetic to witness He Vae like a child fIe threw away all the reserve of the past three months and laughed and was grave by turns After din 3ner as we sat In the library over OUr coffee be leaned over to my wife and saidKatherine Randolph you and Jim dont know what misery I hav6 been in for three months and now will to morrow never come so I may get into the whirl and clean up this deal and send that girl back to her father with the money I wanted her to tele graph the judge that things looked like she would win out and bring back the relief but she would not hear of It She is a marvelous woman She has not turned a hair today I dont think her pulse is up an eighth to night She has not sent home a word of encouragement since she has bean here more than to tell her father she is doing well with her stories It seems they both agreed the only wajr to work the thing out was whole hog or none and that she was to say nothing until she could herself bring the word saved or lost I dont know but abet Is right She says if she should raise her fathers hopes slid then be compelledto d1J them the effect would be fatal Slob rushed the talfc along flitting from one point to another but invariably returning to Beulah Sands anti to morrow and Its saving profits Final ly he got to a pitch where it seemed as though he must take off the lid and before Kate or I realized what was coming he placed himself in front of us and said Jim Kate I cannot go into tomorCrow without telling you something that neither of you suspect I must tell some one now that everything is coming out right and that Beulah Is to butIyou I love Beulah Sands surely deeply with every bit of me I worship her I tell you and tomorrow tomorrow if cOmelandI her and Jim Kate if shell marry me goodby goodby to this hell of dollar hunting goodby to such misery as I have been In for three months and home a Virginia home for Beulah and me Hers 1k into a chair and tears rolled down his cheeks Poor poor Bob strong as a lion in adversity hystericalas a woman with victory In sight The next day sugar opened with a wild rush 25000 shared from 40to 152 That Is the way It came qn the tape which meant that the crowd around the sugarpole was a mob and that the transactions were so heavyv quick and tangled that no one could tell to a certainty just what the first or opening price was but after the first lull after the gong there were of ficially reported transactions aggregating 25000 shares and at prices va rying from 140 to 152 I was over on the floor to see the scramble for it was noised about long before ten oclock that sugar would open wild and then too I wanted to be handy if Bob should need any quick advice Continued Next Week He fought at Gettysburg Ywhuyhta tric Bitters have done me moregood than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out mtten money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 500 for what they have done for me Grand tonic for the aged and for female weak bodybuilderweak kidneys Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggists 50c THE DAI- LYKentucky State dJournalIncorporated obPubllshed at the Capital of The States I PreSldispatchesworld full reports of the Court of A peals the do ngsof the State admini tration and aU the local news + SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE KdA The Sun nal Kintucky both oar f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 221901t 1 JeliA Piano Placed In Your Home On Trial ty dIIF YOU intend purchasing a piano it would be dollars in your pocket to get in C ence vrith us Being the largest piano dealers inrthe South and buying them in carloadIlots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that will convInce the most skeptical that we can do all we say if gIven the opportunity consists othe following worldfamous makes j 1 H PIANOS PRICE 178 UP f PIANOSI5OO UP YERSPRICE tIE on R IehmusIc Co Louisville Ky Kindl send me full particulars by return mail how you will pi ce a piano in my home on trial t Name Address r I MONTENEGRpRIEHMINCORPORATED MUSccoJ628630 Avenue LoAisville ODERN GODIVft la Milo Living Statue Repeats Ride ThrougCovantrY r ONLY A REPORTER SAW HER The Ancients Toune Cannot Believe That While It Slept a Woman Rode It on Horseback Clad Only In Chastity There Is perhaps njo angrier commu tiny in the length and breadth of Rug land just now than yeIanciente tonne of Co They ply decline to believe that while they slept n woman rrwTpi through theIr streets on horseback like their beloved GodlvaVwife to whfruled In Coventry All this excitement was aroused by the feat of La Mlloi a beautifully shaped woman who is going the round of the variety theaters In London posing as certain classical figures In the altogether Recently she staggered humanity by riding au through the vil lage of Coventry where the eleventh century Godlva to jsave her people from her husbands wicked taxi performed her historic sacrifice She s ntla herald forth And tnlflpetThe hard condition but that she would The people loose Therefore as they loved her well From then till noon no foot should pace IfNdslug but that JLShouldshut and win dow barred t j Then chastity she rode forth clothedn with The deep air listened round her as she rode And all the low wind hardly bre tiled for Tear The little wide mouthed heads upon the spout Had cunningeyes to see the barking cur Made her cheek flame her palfreys footfall shot Light horrors through her pulses the blind walls Were full of chinks and holes and over head- Fantastic gables crowding stared but she OLD BUILDINGS FROWNED ON THE PAIR Point Not less through all bore up till last she saw FURNITURE jsi I hiye opened a firstVclass Furniture Store inthe room above my Grocery store and desire to announce to the trade thatJ will carry a complete stockOf nice ure If you are needing anything in this line call upon me I YILL QUOTE YOUTHE LOWEST P6sSI = BLE PRICES Mv stock will be com plete and uptodate I l Mrs Lizzie Campbell J f Chickering 8 Sons Decker Sons Bros Sterling Schubert Arm 1Haines Marshall Wendell Foster j SohjnerCecilian FarrandCecilian and theAutopiano l5 The CecilianrA player that can be attacked to piano In order to demonstrate to you that we have the light Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not satisfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent fourth Through The white flowered elder thicket tram the Held Gleam through the Gothic archways In the wallIThen clothed on with chastity And one low churl compact thankless earthJBoring a little auger hole In fear Peeped but his eyes before they had their will Were shriveled Into darkness In his head And dropped before him So the powers who watt On noble deeds canceled a sense misused And she that knew not passed and all at once With twelve great shocks of sound the shameless noon Was clashed and hammered from a hun dred towers One after one but even then she gained Her bower whence reissuing robed and To meet crowned her lord She took the tax away And built herself an everlasting name The ride of the new Godivn La Milo occurred on a moonlight night on a wager A London scribe who wit nessed the bold feat and sent a snap shot to his paper sent the following particularsAs bell of the clock high up In the tall spire of St Ilcbnels sounded out sharply upon the frosty air two hours past midnight a beautiful wo man might have been observed ewer g the11hreewhich quivered as the cold northeast wind cut it like a whip Urging her horse forward the equestrienne rode rajildly along the streets of thr undent city Old buildings some of which laid probably been erected not many years after Godivas ride frowned upon her fair form but tbe moon looked down benignantly and the stays twinkled encouragement to the handsome horse woman Except tbe occasional bark of a dog and the noise of the horses hoots not a sound was heard and the twentieth century Godlva passed through the slumbering and peaceful city unmolested and unseen No one knows who Milo Is It Is believed she is the daughter of a noble man In reduced circumstances al though It has been stated that she the daughter of a deceased bishop How to Lengthen the Life of Cloven Too much cannot bo said about the necessity for proper care in removing gloves from the hands for upon this more than anything else depends tbe length of time a pair of gloves will wear says the New York World Aft er nnfastenlng the glove It should be turned back over the hand as far as the lingers and then should be pushed off without pulling on the tigers of the glove at all as when this Is tone the threads of the sewing are broken and In a short time begin to rip After the glove is oft the band the lingers should be gently straightened out the gloves smoothed into shape and put Into n box to keep them from the air as mulls as possible as It Is the air and tbe moisture In It that rot the fine thread sewnIHoir to Trent u Cranlied Kinder A crushed linger should be plunged into water as hot as can possibly be borne Tills application of hot water causes the null to expand and soften and the blood pouring out beneath It has morp room to flow Thus the pain Is lessened The linger should then be wrapped In a bread and water poultice A Jammed finger should never be neg lected aj It may lend to mortification of the done if It Inns been badly crush ed i f HORSE RINGS DOORBELL HhIThe Washington Times which hash Iways borne a high reputation for the t LOst scrupulous veracity prints the r fillowmg Stranger than fiction Is the story of a big bay horse that threw J Hi rurdeman Jr of 1115 Thirteenth1 s reet northwest to the asphalt In front o lr H Wells Woodwards office 118 Massachusetts avenue northwest a id afterward rang the physicians d orbell summoning the latter to the aid of the Injured driver Mr Wnrdeinnn had business on F urteenth street and used the horsd m d buggy The horse became uu tuunrso HIS NOSE TIP AND DOWN mat ageable near Fourteenth street and Massachusetts avenue and dashed east along the avenue at breakneck spec dThen It readied the alley half waj between Thirteenth stud FourIteen th troets the frightened horse gal lope up on the sidewalk Swirling arm nd on the wheels on the right side the juggy crashed Into an Iron fqncet 3urr funding Dr Woodwards lawn Mr TlJrd man was unseated and burled distance of twenty feet striking his liead on tho fence fie fell to the sidewalk in a dnzed condition bleeding profusely from an ugly gash over his right eye T 10 suddenness with which the ve hick carne to a standstill and the plmi ing of the horse caused the sbnttsI to br come disconnected from the body of t le buggy Unrestricted and UilI tram neled the horse stood for a women by the prostrate driver and then asl possessed of human Instincts marc tell up the concrete walk leading to tl e porch on the east side of the phys clans residence and mounted the platf rm A the door of the physicians office there is an electric bell with a small push button Over this was fastened a hI lily polished nickel plated sign reading Patients enter without ring lug Tills evidently attracted the atten tlon of the horse Suflice to say the vigorous and continued ringing of tle bell ttrncted a member of the family to door Words could scarcely press the surprise of the woman when she cued the glass door and saw a horsefthat looked as big as all out of doors standing at the entrance of tte office ribbing his nose up and down cm the n ckel platedslgI When the WH man It eyed a screanPtho horse took t his n sej from the sign thrust his head into t icj vestibule and eyed her qulr zlcnllj Th hySlclan went to the porch to back hfe animal fiytbo street when he saw crowd around a fallen man whose fee and clothing were covered with idod Mr Wurdemqn was taken Into t physicians office where his voum was washed and dressed by Dt Wood vt rd Later ho telephoned for his fn 1pr who took him to his home and a horse sent to the stable The big y was prnolcnllydclI1ollshetl Honeymoon In Airship J ibiit Plant of Syracuse K T who tvas recently married to MISs Amclii Welter startled his friends We other dh announcing that they would po on their honeymoon In an alrshi ipon which he has been workj Ing tv o years Mr Plant lives at JC9 Willis a enue and has done his wotkr Ju tilt nrn The machine is run by fans rni a twenty horsepower motor and li thirty tulle wind can ride forty i lies an hour says the Inventor It wit le equipped with fuel enough to last t vo lays Mr Plant will go to France text year to ily in the 50000 races uul In the meantime will tal o severs Journeys around Syracuse Must Get Em Somehow A sea national ecclesiastical trial wa brough to an abrupt termination fl Wayne burg Pa when Rev Carter Wright presiding elder of the Washington listrict of the A ME church stopper the proceedings and ordered Rev J W Riley pastor of Waynes burg A IEchunh to resign Pas tor Illley was charged with having used ii proper language in a recent sermon on race suicide Not bnougb colored babies are being born he alleged to have said and addressing1 the fen ale portion of the congregation Jo him added the injunction that It was the Ir duty to get cm one way 01 another uT M fM fr I3OOOOif Worth of Dry ClothingShoes exchanged for CASHZTe 1like to exchange the whole lot fox Cash We need the money you need the goods we will make the prices right and will suit you in every particular Bring us a little CASH and lets do some exchanging 1 I We Can Satisfy You li I fitlAnJ you can satisfy us In other words we can do Tumutual trading V 4fa II V t Grundy Mclntire t L I t e tb T IMENDING GLASSWAREI flow to Emily Glue Together tieBroken Pieces Because glassware china and brlc jabrai ret broken Is no reason for throwing It away for unless some of the pieces are lost they can be patch ed and glued together and made to look like new If one Is careful to fit the edges closely together says the FIttsburg Lender They should be practical for use too lf water or liquids are not left stand lag in them Clear glass is the most difficult of these to mend because It must be done so expertly to prevent the crack from showing The best land of glue for clear glass Is made from a solution of two ounces of Isin glass nUll half a pint of gin poured into an open mouthed bottle and set in the sun until It dissolves It should be shaken well every tiny sad before throughitthe gluing the broken glass pieces ijhould be well washed in hot suds es pecially on the edges dried and then withat small camels hair brush the foment should be put on the edges of hlcelydttettrlps of cloth should be bandaged tightly aronnd them to hold the edges well together until the glue dries If the cement madele break should really not be visible when dry for the reason many cracks Railroad Table i Incoming Trains Bardstown 735uJuncLn 730rr Outgoing SUN pars 125 St Louis St 175 New York World Home arm 200 Farm 135 Farm and Of uzi tf look when the edges have not been well and of air In the light the lines that is part metal and glass should riot be sa to over where the two ma meet for often a paste of sifted of parts with the beaten white 0f an egg them as and good as new This work must be lone for five after it on the and holds the metal and or china Two etal should be with To do this the edges should be dusted If they are vary dirty and rosin over them Then when well to and tied In a stick solder should be laid ttor 4 and a hot b ought down on it When the lUer cools the rosin may be with a cloth in Appendicitis IB due in a large measure to abuse of by par To avoid all use only Dr New Life Pills the safe eritle and to cure at drug store 25c L N t only No 91 Eo No 43 41 1Arrives at Springfield825 p m 1240 p m 705 p raj at 1100 am 606 tl f Iat l 430 L l JT No 42 90 f No 44 525 am 7 sn m 100 p m Bardstown 612 II8oou 220 J1 410 p m ItI Arrives at 935 545 p mf TOE AND Both p yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Constitution 175 SemiWeekly Republic 175 SemiWeekly Louis Globe Democrat thriceaWeek 175 and 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman and Fireside Fireside Review Reviews Lippincotts i s Monthl- yHarpers Magazi Harpers Weeklj Sunny South ee4 f jagged mended Is because joined bubbles getting rellectf making a ged broken glaringly apparent Bricabrac difficult fixI particularly terials plaster mixed r will malje strong quickly wIthin minutes putting pieces lit tightly together pieces mended solder first carefully washed brushed fitted gether place raeIron lightljl 8 melted removed dipped alcohol l the bowels employing drastic danger Kings cleansers invigorators uaranteed headache biliousness malaria and jaundice Haydon Robertson r and Time Suny Daily only q Daily Arrives Arrives Bardstown 650U 906U 522U Leaves Louisville 600U i trains Daily Suny INo 1 Daily Leaves Springfield Leaves Leaves Bardstown Junctn 655U 845II Louisville 745U Atlanta Field lagazi Lodger hardens gatives CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Tunes one years00 The im and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 reJournalthe week 37q dailyrnurierJournal nQk six 98ec t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1907 for Higher National Ideals Marion Falcon The great cities jjre our most sprious menace in this country Our greatest national danger lies in the centralization of wealth and population and trade and industry TJie hope of the nation is in the farm and suburban home and Jin hecountry and suburban town and pillage Let us go seriously to work to create and build them froTiour schools go with the spirit of a sol Vdier to fight the great battles of peace for highernattonal ideals for a pure public seryice for the preseryation of our national resources for a better ed t1cational ystem and above and be yond all for the multiplication of homes Aon the land where the children cariI to manhood and womanhood in Uplifting environment of a rural com 1Blumty where the evil influences of the rcities can be forever kep at bay In such an environment children can be reared to citizenship nixt to laturq- Jrom whence they can draw hearth and vigor both moral and physical for the discharge oJall duties of life It is not m cities that thisj coun 4gds the service of the flowe r Of its patriotic manhood It is tn th country wh re the great nationals probtu Jem of the improvement 01 the fife is to b solved where more eautU fnl towns tend villages and bette roads are to be better schools to jbe es ttahlished telephones and trolley lines constructed and all the influences put lto work that will country and driye away the isolation ands hard snips that T ere formerly its drawbacks reverst the great tide ot population that has been driftirtg from the country to the cities We must decentralize industr and trade as well as population The patriotism that is latent in every heart must find alt outlet in every country town and village in the wok of villa improvemer t of creating an environ ment of hur nan life where the highest utility and beauty will surrQund whole community and where a lcc tiyic anychor the own stone and were they will live order their own vine and fig tree iJ t 1 V The Home Builders whith e r house writes Charles Edward Hooper in the Home Compan ion leave sufficient wait space for the large piece of furniture and consider the wall surfacelas a background for movable decorations rather than as decorative in itself A simple hardwood loor with tugs is more and snore easily taken care of thana car peted floor Openings from any room Into another are best fitted with doors I whether portieres are to be used or got For Wide openings the sliding door shuuld ibe used and for narrower r openings the swinging doors Always remember that each doorway destroys l eMdes the tactual wall space which it cirapies the additional space when th door is swung open Mark the swinging of the doors on theplans to be sure claw much space it actually requires Do not get your doors too narrow and in choosing them consider the dime n sions of the furniture which must be 1aen through them In the same way take irfto account the turns and angles in the walls or you may haVe some leartbreaking moments when you be gin Jo move in and discover that the iciest of drawers sticks immovably in the hall when you try toturn bedroomFIhe Most Beautiful Women in Kentucky The Beauty Contest conducted b She Courier Journal during the pa three months has been concluded as the pictures of the succsesful ones will 5 e printed in the Sunday Courier Jou- ial r May 26 Several thotisaricTphoto graphs were submitted in this conte The three most beautiful have been selected by a committee of well known people These three will be entered in a National Contest to find the most eautitul woman in the United States Liverybodylures of the most beautiful women in Kentucky If you do not get the Son day Courier Journal by mail or through an agent send 5 cents fora copy of this issue of May 26 at once to thy Cou rierJournal Co Louisville Ky and flea the faces of the three most beau ti 3al women in the State TEXASt i v Miss Fanny Whayne has returned tome from Louisville where she has been for the last few months with her i sister Miss Hattie Whayne On account of the absafice of o stor Fey R L Purdom 3thore we services at Bethlehem oh last By of the illness of her mother Mrs J A Robinson Misters Roland and Robert Purdom are ill with measles The A S of E met at this place Friday night with a large crowd in attendance Several speakers from different places were present and the music was fine being rendered by the Yocum Band Mr and Mrs WF Sweeny and children of Antioch were guest of the formers sisier Mrs J D Peter son one day last week mMrs Jim Brown IS ill with typhoid fever Mr Woodson McCarty of Louisville Purdomr of this place Mr Chas Haydon and wife of near Lebanon were guests of the latters sister bliss Mattie Kimb rlin Satur day and Sunday Every farther in this community busy setting tobacco On last blonds Mr H J Coca nougher sold his stubs for 7 cts Sallee R Waters have moved the sawmill from Wilhelm Peterson to W R GocaI0 hers BLINCOE ewrned to their home in Louisville after a few days sjtay with relatives here bits T M Cutsinger of Woodlawn visited her sister Mrs Ji W Bur ette- last Sunday We are glad to see Miss Ida Fili atreau out after a pro racted illness Mrs Jqsie Cusic is much improved at this writing Miss Leona Newton is visiting relar tives near Lebanon this Week returnYed Joseph Humphrey i after a two wee visit in Louisville slid Highland Poei spent a Sunday with his parents here Misses Marie Blandford and Agne WaMiss Lounette Burnette is the gu Shatdy Misses Annie and Rosa Osborne- Frederfcktown spent Sunday with Miss Edith Newton Mrs Mamie Williams and little son George of Enid Oklahoma are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs William Brent What is wrong with the Sparrow and the Owl Let us hear from you again MULDRAUGH HILL As 1 was absent last week I will jot down a few items this ve Mrs Eatha Coulter kIFriday with her parents Mr J M Shields of Hill born Mr Tally Griffy and wife spent Saturday with J M Shields and wife a Sunday with WJ S Coulter and wife Poorfown ball team played Willis burg The score was 15 to Tin favor 1eHillsboro wijl play the Poortown team next Saturday on their grounds Everybody come to see the game Tom Coulter and wife were guests of W R Scott and family Sunday Mrs Nancy A Coulter and Effie Coulter attended church at Rockbridge Sunday and dined with Mr Richard Hardin of Scruggsville Mr W S Coulter and wite spent Saturday night with J M Shields What to do in Dyspepsia Dieting has become a great fad in weYso now we are un der othdtain life and to give strength to comp in this busy world It is not however the fact that youtnOlIcureply If your digestive organs were creating the youwouldyou must create an abundance of these access juices axativePepsin contains the very ingredients needed to do this Take it regularly for awhile botUeasheartburnpimples sallow complexion wind on the stom absoJuteefliitslike remedHarry y is Chi taco companies that fought at the battle if eatInsevere dyspepsia and lost weight rapidly friend Jn the regiment called his attention promptlybbutIncreased his weight 42 pounds Your druggist will sell you a bottle at 50 cents or tl and you will find it worth a hundred times that to you FREE TEST Those to try Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin before buy homeUby reremedy do as we claim asp open to never taken It Send for It If you have any vmptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest for children and TIfElaxativeHiP productWashlnEton IP CO ontlcollo III G STORE PLEASANT GROVE I nMr Leo ScannelJ of Louis He spent Saturday and Sunday with J ohn Polin Jr Mr M G Leachman was calls to Louisville last week by the deaf i of his brother Dr Will Leachman nedhomerelatives in Harrodsburg Springfielthe is r Dr J H Hopper and wife v ere called to Perryville by the death of his mother Edd Litsey was at Canary Sunda daylastMisses Mabel Price Lillian and I ar vey VanAr dale Lavenia 0 Conner and allisNat Thompson has ret rued f om Harrodsburg isiturday and Sunday QmiitlihisJoe Wycoff was here one day ast eek Sara and Richard Reed visited ft rs D A Kelly of near own last week Mr W A Thompson purchase a nice young horse from R M Tho pson price unknown MrTom L Funk of Louisvill is visiting his uncle Thomas Duncan Mrs Walter Thompson is able to be outa ainQMiSs Jan y Pinkston visited fr e ids here last week Mr Belve Leachman was in Lo is ville Monday ksSpringfield Market B acontnin8a5cSWe312Hc 25c per pound ndButtor15ctb 2Wpor pound Cbickena Hens Spring 15c Drtedappla95cpcrioutid EDuoks per pound Corn ilcal 75c to per bushel estiFlour J220to Si60 Ginseng S750 per pours 40cofc to Fd 12J4 per pound Lime to 31oo por birrel Mill productsBran 60 sjiipstuff et you ds Potat esi Country 7xx Onion arrelTurkeTallo te per pound Vines rac to 4qc per allon t Wool Bnrrv an greasy 14Hc dear of grease tub washed 2bq Country SorKhnmrr45c t6 50c Geeso35c a pclco SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Underl rthis head persons who are sib efarmLnnd for said or r advery s15OOl A R Shultz Jr has for sale ani e pony James C McElroy wants to buy a few good grade cow with calves 0buyJames Oder Booker Ky has f r sale several oak logs some large o k eforS S Goodlett Ht1 has for sale a Joodbullcalfo eyear old MOORESVILLE Born since our last to the wife f Bruner Carney an eightpound girl Bro BeNight preached to large co gregation at liew Hope Sunday mOl sling and night and at 3 oclock at Vail y school house Jaus160etcRichard Hardin sold a pairof thre 3butwoneng on pike They will soc i joe moving in the direction of Maud hornaleYThere was some tobacco set out k t weeki complImon your passed on us peoplLe me Mr Frank B Seay departed this life Thursday May 16th of infirmities of jolU age He was interred the follow ing day at Will burg saytiedv FrankJyweek Bro BeNightdined with J M Wall and wife Sunday Queens Collection of Charms Queen Alexandra possesses One of Iithosephants In malachite Jade porphyry hummlnlbirdEwhich are works of art composed far a as possible of uncut g msanq enamel Subscribe for The Sun 100 year I I i IIti l f1I I WELCOME rTTT 12th Annulb TournamentO- f Blue Grass Graded Schools 50 Contests Eight Schools Reprefnted 175 Entries Lh t 2 90 Medals to be Awarded Leading Schools of State Com pete in Scholarship Declamation Music arid Athletics X 3 Days of Generous Rivalry J Two Games of Base Ball each Day for School Championship of the StateI2Nhts of Oratory Elocution o Music SpringfieldiiLatoh I MAY 19 30 31 Springfield Kentucky WELCOME HAPPY HOLLOW Mr MrC Keelinir and family spent Saturd night with his father Mr WillisburgMr Tolly GrifTy and family of Fair view Sabe Coulter and wife and SamICicld spent Saturday night with bifwith Sabe Coulter of Mr Solomon Kays was in Poortown Saturday Miss Sarah Shields spent Sunday with the Misses Montgomer Mr John Kays spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father at Polin Miss Myrtle Armstrong sp nt Sunday with Mrs M C Mrs T W Mrs J D Sutherland Kee1mgt days yith friends and rson county last week Mr Ormsby Shewmaker elf Harrods burg is spending several weeks with Mrs J S Inman at Shady rove Mr John Kays and wife a id Mr Joe Newton were in Spnngfiel Saturday afternoon Mrs J H Settles and little 4daugh ter Mary spent a few day l with tier mother at WilHsburg Mrs J S Inman and children seen 1 Ka Saturday afternoon with Mrs Solcmon VsISunday with Mr Ed Montgomery and family of Brooksville Mrs Duck McIlvoy and Pearl Hick man of Mackyille spent from nesday till Saturday with Mr and MrsID W Crow of Bloomfield spenttMr Lonnie Noel wife and son spent Sunday with his father J G Noel Born to the wife of Mr Harve Barnett on the 18th a tenpound boy Harve Hyatt The Messrs Chesser and Miss Texie Barlow and C Chesser of Polin dined with Mr Solomon Kays and family returnedhomegrandparents at Fairyiew There was a large crowd at the ball game at this place Mr M C Keeling caught a rat last week in a trap It measured eighteen inches from its nose to the tip of its tail Rabbits MotherlY Devotion A trapper sounds at Leeds rabbitnursing evidentlybleedland l CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH co INCORPORATED Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere 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