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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r ge i f t toPrItt tVTt UU c 4 yJ 1 t IJI j i Jt i 44 jJ rwJ r t f 4 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY j 3 Jr F i t i if r o r r 2J i 1 A VOLUME IVi 1 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY i MAY 20 1908I 1 NUMIER 24 k r EDITORIL I SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR 1 WOE TO tIIMTtIAT BWLDETft TOWN Wild STABLISHETH CITY V THE STATE CONVENTIONS y I i- rI The Democratic State Convfntion will be held in Lexington on e that city having been named and the l date fixed at a meeting of the State Executive Committee in Frankfort yes J terday Legislative district mass con ventions will be held June 6 tc name Delegates to the State Convention The committee was evenly divided between Louisville and Lexingtbntand r 9course Chairman McQuown who in cases of ties is empowered to calst the t deciding Vote voted for Lexington l For several weeks strong influences liaye been at work secretly and persist ently to have the Committee give Lexington a the convention Why these in t vffluences were so determinedly n favor jot Lexington we do not know and we i arefearful that Jtrre design whenfit be conies evident will do the pfirjty no good r i I Ninety per cent of the Democracy I f this Congressional District favored1 Louisville The Fourth District Corn mittee by a unanimous Vote recently I declared for that city1 and adopted a Resolution requesting Executive jIConiT mitteeman SamT Spalding to vote for y Louisville as the convention city The action ot the committee on yes I4 Izterday will disappoint many Democrats in the Fourth District f We most sincerely hope that the Lex ington convention will be harmonious i nd thatits proceedings in ever par 4cticiflar will indicate that the convention endeavored to strengthen the party I qr rather than to fix the fences of any in dividual or set of individuals f Ilri Ifthe Democrats of Kentucky would f mike the assembly t at Lexington orte rpf harmpny and good fellowship they Iimiist look to their county delegations I iand see to it that delegates are select iftia who are wearing no mans cql1ari men who are conservative and who are frefefrom those entangling alliances f vihat breed dissension I EXTRAVAGANCEIT 1 i The National Republican party ha committed many sins and it must renfa i ler an account of its conduct to the people In April 1907 the Rational Treasury had a surplus of i55OCJO000 jt now has a deficit of 50000000 L Chairman Tawney of the Hou e Api I propriation Committee one of the leading Republicans of the countryj says t the deficit will reach 65000000 by the end of June Mr Tawney further dej glares that the deficit will not te less than 150000000 by the end of the iiext fiscal year J The extravagance of the Roosevelt f administration Ais inexcusable iTherei have been no unusual o rrencesthat Idemanded ditur vof the peoples money tberef4e it must be charged up to a lack of busi tness methodsto the squandering dis position of the Chief Executive and his cohorts f The New York Globe a struigRe- c publican paper has the following on the extravagance of Rposeyelts Admin istrationJThe Administration of Prejsident Roosevelt is the most expensive this country has ever known during iJ time of peace In every department bf the Government there has been an increase pf distribution in most cases an in crease relatively larger than bur in crease in wealth and population The President has been an industrious writer of state papers He has born barded Congress with messages general arid messages special He has touched on almost every subject of mundane concern Yet one looks in vain through the volumes of his writin g todico- vertany more than prefunctory advice to eep expenditures down He been an new appropriations all- long the line No President in oiir his tory has shown a smaller development of the economy sense He hasS manyl t 1 4 I l 4i times shown extreme impatience when partIcularGovernment could not afford it He has enlarged on how mean it was for an opulent country to tighten its purse strings But extravagance is not theRepubh1 can partys besetting sin is as scarlet and there is no excuse to be offered for it yet there are other sins deeperdyed that must be placed at the dOor of the Republican party Among them tare the robberies practiced under the protective tariff system a system that permits the merciless corporations of the country to hold up the farmer and laborer and take from their pockets motley that belongs to their wi yes and children The Republican party must answer to thepeople for the birth the nursing and ihe training of the trusts of the country It is the acknowledged moth er of these evijs the parent of olsprings whose tusks are as poisonous to the industrial interests of the nation as arethe fangs of vipers to the flesh t of mari I VICE v From Bryan Commoner we learn that Mr John MeElroy has published a Hook entitled The Economic Functions bf Vice The writer believes that fvice is a good thingthat is lit IStigood thing when it is carried to the extent that it removes from the world the debauched and wicked through its process of oyer indur gence Mr VIcEIroy argues that vice removes the deteriorated forms of human life jfron the world that their room may be had for more accept ble In other words the adtbOrdesires that our vi ious habits giow tupon us rapidly so that we may Quickly destroy ourselves He de fends intemperance and would encourage the intemperate to imbibe regularly and atWays to excess adding this does the community the splendid service of hurrying him along to destruction and of abridging his infliction upon the pub lic Mr McElroys argument is that vice will ultimately xterrni ate the unde sirable the vicious He seems not to consider that like beth like and that vice tinbridled going hither and thither sows seeds that bring forth another harvest Indeed his little book presents an ar gument directly contrary to the teachings of Holy Wntat variance in every instance to the injunctions of Jesus Christ f Mr McElroy would hayeus make plow lines out of our life lines and cease bur attempts to rescue thg peiv ishing He would have us discard the biblicalcjommand Go ye into all the World and preach the gospel to every creature THE LAW VIOLATED In some sections of Kentucky the people are very much incensed over the presence of uninvited oldiersji and certainly they have a right to be and it is proper that they hould condemn this unnecessary activity on the part of the States njnhtia The sending of sol diers throughout Kentucky in such a pro miscuous and reckless manner intensifies rather than diminishes the feel ing of unrest Besides the departure is a yfer dangerous one Under no circumstances should troops be sent into a county without a request to the Governor from the civil authorities of that county Indeed it is a violation of both the letter and the spirit of the taw to Dispatch armed soldiers to a county without request and per sons causing suc11a done are viola tors of thejtw Such tactics if very extensively employed will visit upon the State dis asters tentold moife detrimental than nightriderisms It is a direct and pow erful blow at individual liberty arid it would very shortly plunge the State into civil war IIfw are to haye law and order in Kentucky all laws must be respected and obeyed v 13 I SENTIMENT The stanzas printed below are rorri the pen of Frank L Stanton of the At lanta Constitution The seritiment iri these lines is as pretty as anevening star in the wake ofa mellow sunset Read them arid pass them to jour neighbor they will do you good they will do your neighbor good Perhaps there are tenderer sweeter things landButAnd the clasp of a little hand A little hand that softly Stolednto mine that day W muchTodownOnBut its timid press and its sweet caress Were strong in the strength of love It seemed to say in a strange sweet way hI love you and understand tearsFellPerhaps there are tenderersweeter thingg i landIIn the poems of Mr Stanton there is always found a beautifulsentimenta sentiment that causes ones fancy to run riot in fields of clover blooms neath skies that are blue If he sings of the lily in the lap of the meadow or the rose upon the mountains crest he opens the eyes of the reader to charming pictures to a picturesque ness that thrills the heart and fills the soul with ecstasy Then he delights our sentimental hearts by sing ing of the clasp of a little handI There are many people in the wOrld who are wontto look upon Sentiment a3 a sort of weakness Perhaps there are afew in every community wh have learned to sneer at the sentinc ental and have persuaded themselyes in some mysterious manner to believe that it is unmanly to admit that a rose is beautifuJthat it is feminine to speak of the majesty of the towering hills or tojproclaim art admiration for the beauty of the green valleys This class of folk have closed the doors of their hearts to those things made beautiful bv the Finger Touches of God Almighty Individuals who close their eyes to the myriads of beau ties ana their ears to the many melo dies of the world invite pessimism into the soul thai thing that destroys Hope Contentment and Love and stands as the shadow of a mighty mountain in the path that leads to a Glorious Day Sentiment is the Music of the Heart the lullaby that inspires youth the wave of light through which the Soul of old age seesthe wonders of faeayen ly Mansions Sentiment is that little mysterious something that fetters our thoughts to a pillow of roses and opens the vision to a panorama of dazzling splendor it leads the mind through the paths of a thousands yesterdays and permits us to say howdydo to those old friends who have waved their hands to the world and gone away it leads us around the bend in the river down tCThe Old Swimmin Hole and makes things so realistic that we can hear ourselves saying Come in boys the waters fine and it reminds us of the time we stole a kiss from our sweet heart and the tended like her feel ins was hurt Indeed Sentiment is the Wonder Shop of the universe With it we may build a tower to the stars and gaze up on the world below with it we may light the way where the footsteps fall and go on and on in aI stream of glad ness Oer the Ways of Life through its wonderful influences we are enabled to see an angels face in every starj mirages of heaven in every dew drop God Hope and Love in every petal of the rose and a Wave of Light and a Rainbow Hue oer the great broad face of earth Take Sentiment from the Big Heart of man and Life is plunged into a wilderness of a million pitfalls where night reigns eternally and hell hovers its vicious wings oer the Soul and moans its Death Dirge You Owe It to your ow- community to buy sour good from your kore uerehaat and atanc by list btteiaris mea You caa always find the anaounceracaU of buslnean men lathese COIUIIUla me who will stand back of ertfry statemeat ad price they make THE OTHER DITCH Some of the Protectionists of the country are afraid that tariff reform may destroy the sounte of the Governments revenue It is said the revenues produced by the tariff Amount to about three hundred million dollars annually land the manufacturers of the country are apprehensive that this may be cut down considerably by tariff tinkering But when we consider that the three IDdireetlYiifrom bugaboo of tariff revision is con ide- rablYiminimizedduce the revenues of the Government tqan deficitJcould very easily be corrected by an in come tax In that cise the burden of taxation would fall upon the rich Under the present tariff system the burden falls upon the poor The toil ing millions of this country maintain our manufacturing institutions and our manufacturing institutions maintain the Government It is right that the former and the latter should each per form its function These things are essential to the perpetuity of the Government But if either oppresses the other the safe guard of the nation is swept away from its moorings and it may be Tost among the breakers of the stormy sea A thousand little streams flowing into abi2 channel makea mammoth river and over the mammoth river we sail our ships carrying to the ports of the world ourcommerce We aria all glad we have the mammoth river we are all also glad we have the little streams with which to feed the mammoth river I But we would most emphatically object to persons going to the headwaters of- the little streams to dig itches through which to supply water lot another mammoth river We would object to that because it would weaken the little streams and they could not perform their functions toward our commercial river IMay w yipt aptly liken the mammoth to the manufacturing institutions of the country and the thousand littlej streams to the t01ingmillions objects to the manufacturing institutions drawing their necessary power from these toiling millions but when it comes to digging ditches to enrich the few at the expense of the many ye may all justly demand that a halt be called Such conditions exist in America to day The moneyed interests of the country haye made another ditch at the headwaters of our little streams citizenIseamstress buys a spoOlofthreadshe gives her mite pot only to the main tenance of the Government of the bDlI ted States but she contributes coffers of the Captain Pirates of gIgii Finance These crimes are made possible by our tariff system Give us tariff revision and an income tax Printers Ink fWhen For Six and above 1908 LIMEi ItIS with a great deal of pleasure that we announce that Mr Vi atterson the Journal and Mr Haldeman and The Times will supportSBryan for President during the next Even at this stage of thV game Mr Wattersori is busy with bia pen and is throwing that ed matter into the g ops in amari ner that causes the gentlemeninoffice and the santtogetin office to wince like chil dren with greenapple colic Mr Wat tersons editorials have the true ring to them and we have discovered that they fill that longfeltwant precisely We congratulate Mr Watterson on1 coming back and all of us usttdo our durndest to keep him crowing for Billie J Band for Democracy unterrifled and undefiled He is the best hand toi throw at Republicans we know of fact of the business is since he has rapped 8 a time or two we have concludedihxt he is the and f who struck Billie Patterson Skin em- Marse Henry stew their tallow give em hll like you did m the good old days when Tom Jeff erson s spirit hovered over you arid guided your foot steps always to- pastures Card of Thanks C We desire to extend through The Sun our sincerest thanks to those wbx were so kind and attentive to our dear broth er Eddie Puikstori during the illness and death MRS ANNIESTRANGE 4 II The Campaign IS On WHO WILL BE- PRESIDENTiJ 1 0 I iI IITO FOR I YOUR OPINIONS AND KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE PROGRESS OF TH CAMPAIGN YOU WILL NEED FIRSTCLASS NEWSPAPERS IAILYCOURIERJOURN L Until December 1908 and THE SUN Six for 15O jI OR DAILYLOUISVILLETIME5iJ Until December 11908 and THE SUN Six months for S150T- his ft f gives you a live metropolitan paper the campaign and the election Order today as subscription will start with issue of day order is received J No back can be sent sf50 The Springfield Sun Months Either of Dailies Until December fOR ONLY and Courier campaign doublelead ge1itlemenoutofofficewlK whistling brickbats gentleman ellowcitizen and Democratic f months through numbers f5tJ This special campaign offer is in effect only during JUNE JULY and AUGUST adno J subscriptions will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any i circumstances SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION ORDERS TO THE SUN Springfield Ky v 1 r C 4 hj r V T 12 0THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1908 t f i M 1 fsI I Down 4ltPi 1 Put up your SCREENS in timeISave trouble and worry It We handle both ODD find REGULAR SIZES in DOORS Iand WINDOWS and can put up you Ir PRICE RIGHT r Springfield Lumber Co iLi I TRANSFERS 1 4rw i Of Real Estate By Washington j3W I County People Du ingtV r The Past Month i The following is a list of real estat t01CountYt IItr 190 Nacres 3 rods and 11 poles 384366J Leslie B Purdom to Mrs Mollie Bi KBegleyI John Lr Salmon and wifeto Hansford A Moore 40 acres more or less 450 HarmOnJl1i33V3 Undivided interest being the interest of J hiigi M B Hardin to DrfM Wilson 2 acres more or less 60 jJphn r T Harmon to D B Wilson 8t acres IDqreor less 175 M W Sea and wife to Mrs Mattie Briggs etc lOa acres more or less 13AOO i 11014acresHertlein KatieHertlein etc one business house and lot IJthe t1Mary13 of an acre more or less 8110i T L Trent Jr to Solomon Kays 71J acres and ssquare poles l5oQ W G Wilkerson to B C Sea 1 acre more or less 13 i1U W Wall and wife to T E Wilson 129f acres more or less 8029 VR Y McElroy to Conrad ertl eln6- feet and 4 inches of land in the city of Spnnjrfifild 100 John Sutton to Sidney Perkinsj 10i acres of land 867 Arch Yaete to B C Sea 481 acres JfVO T T E Wilson to J W Wall 187 acres more or less 820657- El E Settles to E A Boblitt 23 acres more or less 1150 Nettie Foster to Will Webb 2 acres more or less 600 H Me Goatley etcto E S Goaitley etc 241 acres 2400 W tf Boblitt toE A Boblitt 80 acr s18Qb L A Terrell toJH ifobinson 1 acre more pr less 500 W T tigall to teyisa Gray 58 acres 4Q1 J EliJah G bhart to Frances M Moore 32 acres 2 roods 375 J M Montgomery E L Parish 102k acres2250 I 0F WHarton to W Bush house arid lot in city of Springfield 1900 J A lacker to Alex Wright 19 acresmoreor less 725 W B Royalty to W L Graham etc 105 acres 3376 G W Jenkins to Susan Masters IJ acres and 16 poles 60 j S Wt Baker to D B Wilson 36 acres 2 roods and 10 square poles 11100 Camden to Paris Peter 1 acre poles 200 Squire Pitikston etc to J T Cut singer 12 17 32 acres mibre or less 88 MaryE Carrico to Pius Smith Carri co 15 acres 3roods and 20 square poles 218 Jane Hardin to i H Gordon 11 acres more or less 34028 F F Mudd etc tOEo W Summers 60 acres more or less 150 S T Roberts and wife to John L Salmores 48jacres more or ess 8350 Tine Ceciland wife to GNWillett 130aces more or less 1 40 r F Payneandwlfe to B D Clem IB Ii56 acres rQidS an 35po sr2 to Walter C ltsihger 10 acres more or less 350 I Robert M Thompson administrator tb Marks Greeny two houses and lots in Springfield 3375 4 W Ed lemaij to James Oder 23 acres 725 IJ S Osfaourn sheriff Washington county to B r B Waters ten acres eX- cePt two acres 16250 Anthony Walston to C P Gopde 60 and 4710 acres 2250IE J PinKston to R M Thompson storehouse and lot in Washin jton coun ty 900 jba Gardner to JAKvlerl acre and twelve poles S850 John Cochran to Emma G Campbell 5 acres moreor less 275 M B Sparrow to J N Gordon 8 acres more or less 1 010 B Po15je to JW Pope about 2 JW2 acres 3fi rtt llIi II ANDsj ittJ CASH Y i a t it 500andl000r11 Pound Coupon Books 1 For SaIeatlQ percent If Discount ir IpElectric ringfieldl b lind tIbl If aalt J W i r THENVEJIITOR Byron Williams Our Willie Is a genius and of great ventive mind That boy will put Marconi on the blink His tanglefoot for rabblts and a gopher thing you wind Work slicker than a stopper to the sink You ought to seevhls swlller for the porkers and cov Hlsshaker on the popcorn popper too The preacher says that William has very bulging brow And Fortune merely pines for him to WOOL The thresher he invented for his hajzelr nuts is IT C His tklndlinghr111edthe Hes built a rooster catcherthat sure to make a hit His latest Is an airship made of down r liON J C S BLACKBURN more or less 175 1 J VPppc to 0 B Pope 10acres 700 Sidney Perkins to David Matherly 46 acres more or less 850 S H Bishop to Oliver Cammack 12 acres 600 Oliver Cammack to Mrs Sue Mar shall 12acr s 400 Mary Crook etc to F G Noel 160 acres more or less p 1600 Aldnza Noel etc to F G Noel 53 acres more or less 1000 Abe Canai y to W T Phillips store house and lot Washington county 400 Joseph T Johnston to W K Edelen house and lot in Washington county 124 George Carter etc to Perry P Pope 2J acres20 W H Webb to WW Mattingly 2 acres 800 James P Epperson to Mrs Sallie Ep person interest in farm 9875 E G Bobbitt toMatihewTruax house and lot in Springfield 1560 W W Willham to Otis Milton 25 acres more or less 450- WM Foster to Henry E Lawson 3J acres more or less 150 John Ruthford to James Deringer 30 acrest more or less 350 J W Barnett to L C Jenkins 3 acres more or less 36 He tappedtheAndruns his mothers wringer slick as grease A train of cars Is nothing or a tele graphic kite v Hes got the solar system under lease His est 1orHes got perpetal motion on the run A bo atripOrIs wise enough to harness up the sun So bow to Little Willie who Is bound to do or die- The genius of the village and the boast i bringbloomsAll halt the great Inventor Willie Most Think Well of Mr Johnson Marion County Leader A meeting of the4 Democratic District Committee for the Fourth Kentucky District has bee called to meet in Louisville today to d clare Hon Ben Johnson the pres ent Representative from the district in Congress the nominee of the party for reelection no opposition having developed against him in the party This is a co upliment weltfdeserved for he has mad an efficient Representative a painstaking and obliging member and merits an endorsement from his party with 3Ut contest The people of the district generally regardleSSt politics think well of Mr Johnson and f we Icamnt elect Dr Gaddie which The Lea er will do its part towards accom plish ng we feel that we will neverthe less ibe represented by a conservative good working man If you are a business man did you ever think of the fielcf of opportunity that advertis lung opens to you There is almost no limit to the possi bilities of your business if jyou study how to turn trade into your store If youare not get ting your share of the business of your community theres a reason People go where they are attracted where they know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in your advertising see to it that you are able to fulfill every promise you make You will add to your business reputa tion and hold your customers It will not cost as much to run your ad in this paper as you think It is the persistent ad vertiser who gets there Have something in the paper eyery issue no matter how small We will be pleased to quote you our advertising rates par tirIY on the years busi ness t iAGoodGiiTRakes Hoes Spades Etc Etc And th- eBet Garden Plow OIL the- MARKET pays VATE IT WELL To do this you mush have the Best Garden ToolsiThe successful farmer is the farmer who has the best implements the successful gardener is the man who has the best tools We carry the BEST in stock our prices are VERY reasonable Come in and look at our line of tools 1s3 3 aa a dd3 a S ss S J EEEflt m WE WANT YOU TO SEE OUR 1 PERFECTION OIL STOVESj mI i w Wm1r er EE EEE EE EEE E E E EEE EEE EEEKfEE Do You Need a Cooking Stove or Range If so it will pay you to see our large line FulMine Eawn Mowers Refrigerators Water Cool rsetc When You need PLUMBING and TIN ROOFING let us figger with you SHULTZ RIEDELSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY T Are You Sick Much sickneSis due toy a Veak nervous system Yours may be If it is you cannot get well until you esiore nerve strength Your nervous system is thenattorgajns of your body get power from it If thoactie weak and disease sickness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures the sicK- because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the sys em a chance to recuperate Try it and see if you do not quickly feel its beneficial effect I was given up to die by a lead- Ing doctor Got one of Dr Miles books and found that Dr Miles Nei vine fit my case From the very first dose 1 took I got better I am better now than I have Jaen for years and do all my own work on the farm Thats vlujt Dr Miles Nervine has dan for me and I am glad to recom mend It to others JOHN JAMES RIverton Nebr JlervIneprice of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind The SUN 11 Have You Used r t I flr M f If not then do so whenyou t want a good satisfactory i t for all purposes both inside and outside Color cards and prices furnished on application StrasselGans Paint Con r INCORPORATED V r t Paints Oils Brushes Glass Etc t 215 W Market St Louisville Ky Glue Clothes Together The Corean tailor does not stitch garments He pastes the edges together and presses them down Cor eans carry glue around to stick their t clothes together when they are torn The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Jour nal both one year S4 I j J Announcement s s WOOLlIi r I The CAMPBELLSVILLE MANUFACTURING CO IOf Campbellsyijle Kentucky y Having built an entirely new plant noV announce that tisI y YARNS LINSEY JEANS FLANNEL BLANKETS 13 LADIES FLANNEL SKIRTS ETC ETC I Our Motto Honest Goods at Reasonable Prices i A IOurgood art All WOOL Full Width and Fast ColorsV I See one of our agents who will show you our samples Get our terms and send us your wool1 C R McWHORTER Agent Springfield Ky W K EDELEN Agent Blmcoe 1 J E HARMON Agent Mackvflle J 26 G W PETERSON General IyJf1 dj I iiI jI to t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY Y MAY 20 1508 j J If TheampaignsOAY WJ WHO WILL BE- PRESIDENTJ p fII I i f 1 TTO FORM ypXJR OPINIONS AND fjr KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE PROGRESS OF THE CAMPAIGN YOU WILL NEED FIRSTCLASS NEWSPAPERS DAILY COURiERJOURNALUn- til December I 1908 and THE SUN Six months for 15Q 0 R DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMESi Until December 1908 and THE SUN Six months for SliSOr v jThis gives YOU alive metropolitan paper through the campaign and the election today as subsccipJabn Wlllstart with Issue of day order IS receivedf OrderINo back numbers cxn be sent I 50 1 9 t December This special campaign is in effect only uring JUNE JULY AUGUST andnoI subscriptions will be receiyej at tHe re rate after anbY SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION ORDERS TO Splendid Record- IT LaRue Herald Hon Ben Johnson was nominated by the action of the V Committee as the nominee for reelec tion to Congress from this the Fourth Congressional district fast Thursday at Louisville This action was taken by I the committee for the reason that Mr Johnson had no opposition for the nom ination and in pursuance to custom he was declared the nominee by the committee That he will be elected by the largest majority eyer giyen in the district will be no surprise to any one for the reason that he has served one term in Congress with such a splendid as jo render his election only the reflection of the high in which he is held by his constituents ir respective of v1Jr Johnson is one of the most capable men the party eyer nominated and One of the strong est men that ever represented the dis trict He is untiring in his efforts and his watchfulness jof affairs equip him for doing service pleasing to the better elements of his constituency In the- JohnFson to make a record that will not only increase his popularity at but r that will give him a national reputation Mas fistatesman1 Still On The Market i Glasgow Times = The editor of The v Times attended a Jersey cattle sale Tuesday It was his attention to buy la bull or two a few cows and a lot of V heif ers He saw an aged bull sell for 5000 rand a yearling for 1500 He didn t purchase a bull He saw a cow sell for2G00 He decided not to buy a cow He saw one selt for 1650 and weanlings change hands at 400 He concluded not to invest in heifers v Hfe is now in the market fora kind- gentle unpedigreed milkgoat i Turkeys Dying sv Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky says rerpib key diseases I gave my turkeys a few 3doses when they were t dying and it cured them V by all druggists t Inopportune Whats the matter old cha- pS Just been round to the pawnbrokers s V to pop an umbrella and met Smith thereS Well what about it Noth Jngronly the umbrella was Smiths r Alustrated Bits r c f cTheFor Six Months and Either of abve Dailies Until 1908 t fOR ONLY Ii offer and used circumstances t record esteem home heifer HAS LINCOLN FARM IN IOWA GerrnanFarmer Owns Property Once 1 Held by Great American Webster City IaIt has recently develppdd that Abraham Lincoln for a brief time called Iowa his home havinjg entered a tract of homestead land in what is now Crawford county Judge Church of Jefferson in his reading learned that owing to se Ices in the Black Hawk war Abraham Llnccjln became entitled to land scrip good for entry upon a tract in toVn ship 84 range 39 Iowa This is in Crawford county and Judge Church addr ss d a letter to Clerk of the Courts Paul asking for fitrtlier infor matlon He bad the following letter in reply Deiilspn JaDear Sir and Broth er Your letter resarding the land formerly owned by Abraham Lincoln In this countv is at hand Our lamented president located on the north half northeast quarter and southeast quarter section 18 township 84 range 39 In Goodrich township cQn taming 12O acres of land This tract of land Js now the prop erty of Peter F Jepesoa a retfred German farmer residing at Denison who often speaks of th0 fact that he Is the oWner of the land that formerly belonged to PresWeoat Lincoln Fraternally ours Frank Fault BARS LOVERS FROM CHAPEL Presidents Order Makes Couples Trysting Places i Alma special meeting ef all ffie5MBpHpS college Presi dent leeJftre l that hereafter at the college chapel which has al ways been the trysting place of the college lovers nocoeds will be ale lowed to linger The president slammed the cover with a good heavy at the low standing ofcertdihcapable students demanded less sp eking upontthwillingly given over to the fair sex the privileges that heretofore the stronge half have kept for them selves Whe Prof J Q Adams gave an illustrated lecture atl English parlia ments other evening the two hours In the dark advertisement that was posted appealed to the maidens who one by one landed a mail Poach Harper was held up In the dining oom after dinner by a bevy of girls asking permission to go with the young men to hIs hall and after persistent ones had kept him at his phone all die affcernoon giving per missions he collapsed L yl- J5 The Sun arid CourierJournal tv W t k 50I r TUESUNSpriogfiliKy SENATOR WILLIAM J STONE Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as faras reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to usany omissions or corrections of dates daysr ys ysII Uniontown August 115 days Burkesville August 114 days Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124days Shepherdsville August 184 days Lawrenceburg August 184 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TriCount Fair Sanders August 194 days II Vanceburg August 194 days Ewing August 203daYs IlLondon August 254 days Elizabeth town August25r3 lays Burlington August 2G4 days Germantown August 264 days Morgantown August 273days Somerset September l4 days Hardinsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Monticello September 84 days daysGlasgow c- i MJTfc IiRMi11iJ Clean out the nest boxes often r t Hogs like varletas wen as other animals 7Teach the calves to drink frpin the pall from the start 2 Careless shiftless methods never yet produced profitable pork Oil meal Is worth about two fliths more than bran as feed for cows Loosen up the mulch on the straw berry vines if It has become packed down v Variety of feed Is essential to VIgor- ous growth in sheep or other farm animal for that matter Know exactly what it Is that you want of the hired man and then bX sure that he gets yOur Idea As a rule make It to the boys inter est to stay on the farm and ho wlll stick Of course there are exceptions A fourth of an acre of good land planted with a variety of small fruits will keep a larg family supplied throughout the sea on tit The dirty stable the dirty vow and combinationthe quality of the milk Does your soil noied any special fer tilizer Be sure the commercial fer tilizer you contemplate buying contains elements which your soil lacks I pigsIsclover or peas The habit ofTsaovel ing corn out to pigs is too prevalent in jhe corn beltit Dont let the low prices of hogs dis courage you There will come the swing In the cirCiiitand again they cannotkeep forgottenthat generousvarietyMy how good tliey will taste when the time comes It does seem as though It was possible to get time to drag that roa when the other work is pressing shard at this season of the year bu If you will only take the time before the summer is over you will feel that it paid I You are paying a good round price now for having let the cows rUn down during the Winter Its a question In your mind after all whether the economy In feed is not more than offset by the rundown condition of the stock now isnt it Moldy corn is dangerous feed i used very freely especially horses There is lots of clrn of thi character this year and the tempta tion is great to teed it up but do no attempt to save it at the expo o some valuable horse or other animal w T i As a rule farm tenantry works ill to the country school The renter cares little or nothing about local improve ments and the land owner takes ad vantage of the town school and to l sen taxes is disposed to have th country school run as cheaply as POSe sibleBe careful and not lay out more work for the spring than you can suc cessfully do This does not moon that you should cut out Hie garden tvhic your wife has been asking you for these many years Stick to your prom ise and give her a goqd one You will enjoy it as much as she will when the time of harvest comes When a boy labors on trie farm al through his minority and comes to manhoods estate and feels that he has nothing that he can really call his own it Js no wonder that he lies a yearning to get out into the world and shift to himself where he has the chance to work for himself and has the chance owYn Soil that because of its nature an location can be used for but little else than pasturage land can be improved by the sowing of blue grass and red clover seed Even if the land Is scattered among rooks and stumps it can be improved by dragging a bar row over the thin spots ahd scattering en chemical fertilizers and seeds of mixed grasses The permanent pasture Is the most neglected part qf ou farms It Is worthy of attention and tco Little pigs shodl d not h vecorn mealiTie thoroughly halterbroke colt Is more tha 1half broke v A sun bath for the early spring calves is about the proper thing Hogs are by nature grazing animals For this reason provide pasturage for them Fruit trees mean added value to the farm Set out a few this spring Not too late yet Treat the cow kindly and keep her clean and she will give you more milk and of a better quality a Putin just enough pop corn for your own use next winter when y tiare gathere about theV fireside JCleanof tI the tail If covered with dIrt a slight swish will send lots of dirt into the pail The man who has won failure by his shiftlessness is not so much in need of as he Is of a course in the school of privation Dont be so wise In your own ways that you cannot learn from your neighbors or find a helpful thought or hint in Meadowbrook Farm Notes Being re ciYls half the battle More than half the failures on the farm are due to the fact that we are not ready to do work when it ought to be done i Rerrtemben with the return of spring weather that the keeping quality of milk depends more on cleanly meth ods of handling than upon weather conditions Dip the sheep this spring shearing avail though you do afterI tic5any ticks Remember about ounce of precaution being better than a pound of cure From two to three hogs can be fattened if allowed to follow a bunch of steers with the use of a very little extra corn latest cornbelt feeders count Jwo pigs per steer Laborsaving machinery for the farm Is all right but the owner of the small farm must remember that unless the expensive machine can be forhisiFarmers are coming to understand that manure is never more valuable than oh the day it is made and are more making a practice of getting it out on the fields as soon as possible whether they have a manure spreader or not The advantage from sowing the seed of mammoth clover is that since it nitrogentgatherer and if it secured a good itwouldof fertility In the soil When parts green is put up in small packages the weight of the package Thusdmay thitpoison it is cheaper to buy it in bulk The army ration for horses consists of 15to 20 pounds of hay daily with 10 to 12 pounds of goocf oats When doing extra heavy service a larger amount of grain Is allotted At this rate a ton of hay will feed a horse about 90 days allowing for ten per cent waste thfe mare a hesr a scours marte nofcan a mu better start than when he is born In the spring r it has been demonstrated by the ex periment stations and by practice tests of Innumerable farmers that crop cropet actually Increases the productivity of the soil from year to year Have you given this matter any thought Have you considered that with this coming season you ought to begin some sort of crop rotation and prove to your own hself by practical test that the system parsThe f wonderful advancement which has been made in farming methods in the last 50 years encourages a poetic dreamer to Indulge in a vision of what 1et another 100 years will bring forth antI he breaks out Into song as fol lows Oh Its lie for the days of the dear old farm when we plowed with gasoline morichine pasturelotsAnd used the wireless telegraph for call ing the cows at night When the gardens grew on a grand old plan and pumpkins and grapes and teadgathered by rollicking frolicking girls from the limbs of the selfsame tree r How we Hlyflngered farmer boys loved sleepd ran the mill that sheared the complacent sheep How we loved to loaf by the alcohol etills that stood in the billowy corn Till caRed to the farm hands tencourse Gabrielshorn trure toIne charm Lito = + r 500000 I Prize Puzzle Can You Solve It Tin Celebrated 15 Puzzli f 6 hT- j II e Take any of the numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and place in the 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Gazette 2 25 Country Gentleman itv200 Farm and Fireside r0 135 Far laidand FIresIde 175 Review of Reviews 325 L 01IPpInCOs ti Ledger Monthly v 175 Harpers Magazine l r 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 1 50 50 0 SECOND HAND SEWING MACHINES a fOR SAL All Makes Good astie p GOOD ONES FROlikso All GUARANTEE to do GOOD WORE irgetaKootlMachin iJ BISHOP At Bbblifr B shops Livery Stable tSPRINGFIELD KY tr iQ tl r fytJ r t 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 201908 ISPRINGFIELDe SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY r SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance f r J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpnngiieldKYmalJsa5 secondclass matter i i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION il 3100BixThree Months ar changedsiwaqr IS going aswell as the ppat6ffice to which you k wish it Sent j lOU1CEMENTfr authorized l fto announce the Hon Ben Johnson of Nelson county as a candidate for re election to Congress from the Fourth Congressional District subject to thes action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A C Kimball as a candidate tion for Sheriff ot Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Richard Bobhtt Sam 1 Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and Hubert FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce SJAnderson for Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the r ByronCroakeH Eddleman I COMPLIMENTARY t I r Are The Letters From The Cum TeleRti graph Company Ni Nashville Tenn May 14 1 l08Th Springfield Sun Springfield KyGen V tlemen I have just received four cppies1pof our Springfield telephone directory recently printed by your house and permit jpe to state that it is one o r the neatest jobs it has been my pleas t ore to see for sometime in fact it surpasses much oFthe work we have done in Nashville and I wish to congratulate 5 appearancy e and the attractive arrangement and typesetting of the advertisements Ware e well pleased with the workf Yours truly J H ATCHISON Directory Department Nashville Tenn May 1141908M Chas Dickerson Manager Springfield r yDear Slrt have just received four copies of your directory and the are so neat and ISO well gotten up that J I would like to have just as many of these books as you can conveniently spare in order that Imay send them as samples to other exchanges the size of yoiys I have just written a letter to the Springfield Sun expressing our appreciation of their nice work on the dike tory and in connection 1 desire state that their display of type is equal to any gotten out by Nashville printers and the press work also You will note that they have nearly a perfect register on the pages which is something th cannot be said of every printer If you have not the books to spare r please advise me immediately Yours truly t J H ATCHISON Directory Department TATHAM SPRING r1t Aa we have not had any news from here for some time will write a few items for the readers of The Sun The farmers of this community are very busy preparing for planting their f cropsMr R C Pinkston and family of near Willisburg spent last Sunday at the home of Mr G W Shirley Mr John Hungate has gone into the grocery business at this place acTk ttended ch rch at Chaplin Supday r MightfMr Weathers and family of Frankfort arrived a few days ago and wi have charge of the hotel here this sum Icier We regret tbsay that Mrs Wornall will not be with us this time but we are very glad to have these peo f pIe in our midst R Miss Addye Keeling of Springfield yisited relatives here lrst week Since our ast writing a little girl has arrived at the Home of Mr John Hun gate The Springfield Sun 100 per year 30ie Sun and CourierJournal 150 Y y MRS CECELIA BARBER Died at tierjjHome at Bardstovvn a of APoAlexYMotherof Mr Jn K R Barber jt Mrs Cecelia Barber died at the home of her grandsbn Mr Kent G Barber at Bardstown Saturday afternoon at 2 apdiplexyjl Mrs Barber was eighty ei years old butt notwithstanding her extreme age was active mentally and physically until a few months ago when she was stricken with paralysis Mrs Barber Was born on the farmjjt Mr JjOhn R Barber near here an spent about fifty years of heir life in this county Shortly after the war and e her husband moved to Nelson coun ty arid she has since made her home i that county Her husband Mr P S Barber died about fifteen years ago Mrjjand Mrs Barber by economy and close attention to business amassed a fortune In their younger days the were wiihoutmeans but Mr Barber Business sagacity was remarkable and after he had accumulated his first few hundred dollars he made money easily During his business career he counseled with his wife who it is said by those who knew her possessed a remarkable e mind rand her advice very materially helped Mr BarberIto build his large fortune Mrs Barber was a devout member of the Catholic church possessing the wnalways with the sick and affiic tedrand endeavor d to her utmost to relieve suffering By her faithful work in the Masters cause she won which is worn eternally by- ighteous t She was loved by many Pe Pleloved because of her exc 3llent and gracious disposition She wa a gene ous mother ever endeavoring to do those things which would ski light into the lives of her two child en whom she devoutly loved She was a kind neighbor and a most genero s friend Her grandchijdren found in her a lov haPPieest Thus we briefly chronicle the beautiful characteristics m the life of her who closed her eyes toan angel s touch and went to the Courts of Qod coufn ss by her death Mrs Barber was the mother of Mr John R Barber of this place and of Mrs Lou Baldwin of Bardstown Besides these quite a number of grand riendslandher death Funeral services were conducted by ardstownlMonday tefmenti occurred in the Catholic ceme tery at that place The Sun extends sympathy to the Be familyrThe following from this place attended the funeral Messrs Chas and JohnYIAnderson Byron Croake Chas McIntire CL Price Mr and Mrs W C McChord Nqtice Notice t v All persons indebted to the estate of callc0at their accounts It is necessary for t estate to be settled immediately Also all persons holding claims against said estate please present them properly BOULWAREatExecutor M Burton Deceased r Oarsaoaaao4U0I n WHEN YOU WANT TO KEEP CO GO TO = Allens Ice Cream Pallor and Confectionery if11ou will always find at Allens RefreshingSoft and Fruits the market affords Leon AllenPropri- etor00000000p00000 I OOOO QQ OOOO BUSY BEN JOHNSONr Scores Again Secures Appropriation t For Lot For Fed eral Building At Bardstown htLouis Ludlow ina special from Wash ington City to the Louisville Evening Post says Busy Ben Johnson as Representa five Rhinock calls him scored a victory tod y in securing the insertion in the appropriationIIbuilding at Bardstown The item was inserted in the Senate committee If the conferees accept it an appropriation nexttnasked for 15000 Bardstown is the tojbetion BillsWashington May 19Ben Johnson refused to sign the conference agree ment on the District of Columbia child labor bill His objection was that the act gives the juvenile judge power to annul it by making exceptions He was the ohly conferee who refused to sign t COMMENCEMENT EXERCISESas Of the Springfield Graded High Interestinghe EventtThe commencement of the Springfield Graded School was held at the Opera House last night and was greatly En joyed by a crowded house It is need less t0 tell those who lave heretofore attended one of the commencements that this one was a success The train ing which had been given by Prof Col vin and his corps of teachers and bliss Waters was more than justified by the excellent performance of the children An innovation was inaugurated at this commencement in that every grade was represented in the exercises The declaimers were composed and seemed to throw themselves into the spirit of their respective recItationsI The music was harmonious singers well trained The renditions of the chorus impressed one with the idea th the chorus was a permanent organize tion which would do credit to one bf the musical festivals of the large cities As compariso is are odious none will lieI made here hut it is thoroughly in place to mentio the very commendable efforts of som j of the younger per formers Little Whitney McElroy Richard Robert n and Vanarsdale Noe acted like older children and were heartily applauded The people f Springfield are to be congratulated t pon haying such school and the ii istructors and perform ers uppn the ex ellent commencement DROWNED SundaheY Near F dericktown Eldridge Mont ornery a son of Mr and Mrs Sam ontgomefy of Green briar Nelson co nty was drowned i Bear Creek near Fred rIcl town last Sunday afternogn at 2 oclock while in bathing He an a parn itLis an being in deep vater his companions could not rescue him The body w recovered at 5 oclock Sunday afte r noon The burial occurred at Willjs ICyoungMr Montgomery was twenty yea old and is said to have been an indus trious young man possessing a kind and genial disposition which endeared him to many people Kicked By Horse Hansford a little son of Mr and Mrs Will Shewmaker of near tovrti w kicked by a horse last Sunday sustain ing a very serious wound Mr an Mrs Shewnraker were on their way to church and were watering their horse in a small stream when the animal without warping kicked its hoof strik ing the child on the face The was considered dangerous at first upon an examination by a physician it was found that no serious results would likely follow and the child is expected ijr to be welkin afew days rk A I y- I fISpecial Low Prices on Mens and Boys I I CLOTHINGOurr tkei1fJ chances we will begin right now in the mild e of the season TO SLASH PRICES is I ofClothingU Our regular prices rdnge from 500 to 2500 on Mens and Young Mens Suits A front 1 to 75 on Boys Suits I Iathis i Newest shapes in Young Mens and Boys Hats 1 I Agents for the Celebrated HAWES HATS V Young Mens OXFORDS New things in Shirts Collars and Ties I = CLAY CO LITTLE BURLEY ii In Kentucky This Year Commis Siegerof Agricultures Re eorts Show How Much Is Planted Frankfort News Reports from many counties in the Burley tobaccodistrict- a have been received by Commissioner of showtfollowing ounties have made reports showing the amount of tobacco which will be grown IBathBourbon no plant beds sown Boyle 10 per cent redssownnCarroll 1 per cent Grant no plant beds sown Harrison no plant beds sown Henry 10 per cent Jessamine 5 percent Kenton no plant beds sown Lincoln no plant beds sown MadisonvlO per cent asMercer no plant beds sownCMontgomery 10 per cent Nicholas no plant beds spwn Owen 5 per cent r centrs sown Shelby 2 per cent ISqott no plant beds sown M 1Y other counties in the district have not made any report Re por receiyed by the Commissioner show that in the following counties there will be no tobacco grown at all Fay tte Clark Franklin son d3ahatin and Bracken ThanksdWe desire to thank the friends vrhp 1were so kind to us during our recent misfo tune We assure you the kind nesse will never be forgotten The dearbucaused by the death of wife and moth t T E WILSON AND FAMILY The Springfield Sun 100 per year i CEP8RAJE 3HATS ENTSII INtWlstlastsln ROOKE LINCORPORATED RAiSEDat ounItI IAND THEN THEY CLINCHED First Landlady I manage to shriek keep my shriek shriek boarders onger than you do Second andladyOhf I dont know shriekIThe Springfield Sun 100 per year The Springfield Sun 100 per year BcgemannEiscn t tMrof at 830 oclock Rev Lyonof the Meth odist church performing the ceremony The bride is a popular and attractive yoUng Woman and since coming top Springfield has made many friends The groom is a druggist of Louisville and is an industrious young business man i 5andwere the attendants L The bride and groom left for Louisville Tuesday morning where theywilf 1 reside Their friends here and in LouP isville extend congratulations tgrr4 Picnic Postponed v L4 J On account of the rain weather the fT annual High School picnic will not be SYitbeenwhen the picnicers will meet at PleasV 1 ant Run 1 For Sale at Public Auction 4 AbuseandLOI At Mackville Ky J rOn Saturday June 6 08 PROMPTLY AT ONE OCLOCK The place is the home of the late Katherine Hatchett and isa 11Tht allnece 1 tyearspurchase price t W B HatcKett Bros jlt I a 1 t tir 20rt 1908 H jTTTNEUMONDAYt I V Gounty Court Day 1 II I Will+ be in i Springfield thaLpfqiII I IHAND = MAD Err I r1jBpgies I I MADE AT DANVILLE KENTUCKY IIr 11 I I I 1An j bestr1 I IYouknowI fiery best material is used and the best workman are employed to buillmy uggj SITHEY WEAR MUCH LONGER THAN MACHINE BUILT BUGGIES 1 Rt M ARNOLD Danville Ky I1 Dr G Tr Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY t tIclOffice in Hagon Block np stairs Local News Notes If s COURT DAY DINNERThe ladies of the Mauda a Court day dinner in Springfield Mayl25 for the benefit of the church j tC L Brady Rt 3 has for sale frni 500 to 800 bushels of corn Will sell Jin any amount from half bushel up FOR SALETwosets single harness and one set dpubler harness G W LYON J HutIt phrey of Frederickstown on last Thursday a girla r FoR SALE I have a nice runabout and set of harness for sale J S CLAYBROOKE I Borno the wife of MrJ D Stan fi 1d1SupdayMay 17 a ten pound boy Robert D orbRENTGrocelY room formerly occupied by Irvine McElroy and office formerly occupied by WF Neikirk Apply to WK ROBERTSON 1pinsure in the Farmers Home Insur once Company the only company that r pays its losses in full J N Wells General MD Junction City Ky SpringIfieldto make all kinds of photographs Visit my tent on Main street P LESLIE Mr R M Arnold of Danville will be in Springfield next Monday with a lot of handmade buggies See his adi vertisement in this issue- Ye DeeStreect Skewl to be by home talent at Maud Christiani church Friday evening May 25 1908 Admission 25dchildren 15c Come aUj 1 J W C Rogers pf Lebanon Ky will sellarts Springfield Ky county court day Monday May 25 1908 at one oclock 20 choice fresh Jersey cows Dr Ernest Grume of Fredericktown reports that Mr Sam Hall who has been dangerously ill of pneumonia is much unproved His friends will be glad to learn that Dr Crume expects him t out in a few days churchWnrgivesupper in the court hous riday com- tnencingat 4 p m and con in 10 p m Everybody invited Mr New ton R Morgan aged seven tyseven died at his home near Chaplin Thursday morning May 7 He was born and reared in that section where had many friends who regret his death Deceased is survived by a wife and seven children who have the sympathy of all in their bereavement Notice to Bee P opleI If your Bees need attention or transferring write to or call upon i D B WIUSON 26tjSpringfield Ry Rt 3 y III HARPOON i f W W McEDROY Proprietor of Wood Hill Stock farm BREEDER OF JACKS and JENNETS raised Gov Wood DrMcCliord aid HaMbiirp the three most noted jennet jacks ever Kentucky produced And he now has in Harpoon fully an equal to either one of the three to serve jennets this year HARPOON is 4 years old 15 hands 3 inches black ifchite points big head bone and foot and a fine show Jack Harpoon is by King Inker out of Nannie Harris a 15 hand black jenaet that took 10 first ties in 10 straight show rings So smy one wantJ g to raise a top bred jack that will bring him a thousand dollars Ibreed your jennets to HARPOON V W W McElroy Lebnoa I K e sos I STUYVESANT FISH HitcNally Mr J W Nally the popular young farmer and Rural Mail Carrier orthis place and Miss Bertha Hite of Mor ganfield Union j county were married yesterday morning at 630 in the Catho lic church at Mqrganfield Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Nally left for Henderson and will spend a few days in that city and Louisville before coming to this place where they will reside The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Hite and was one of Union countys most popular and charming young women There are few young men more deserving than Mr Nally He is amiable and industrious and numbers his friends by his ac quaintances The Sun extends congratulations to the bride and groom land records for them a wish for many years of happi ness MUST HAVE BEEN SOMEONE ELSE O Pranleln I see you always In m dreams Impossible I never go out without manu anjas Klelne Witzblatf oaoo aoQ oeonQQOa D 2 a Personal Notes J0 00 Visitors In and Out of TownA 00 Round Up of the Weeks Q Personal News 1 aeaaoaaa aaaan Quite a number of Springfield citi zees are attending the Knights Tem- plar Conclave in Lebanon today Mr Cooke of Harrodshurg was in town Saturday Mrs A H McChord and Mrs Winchester Phillipps of LePnont wet e guests of Mrs David Litsey Sunday Mr and Mrs John Taylor of Lqu isville are visiting friends and relatives here Mrs Kate Canter who has been living in Louisville for several years has returned and will make her home with her son Mr John Canter Mesdames J C Shader and W T Leachman and Miss Lou Booker are in Lebanon today Mrs James Ewing of Kansas City is visiting her sisters Misses Lucy and Veola Brown Miss Carrie Edelen is in Louisville with her brother Mr TomEdelen who is quite ill Mrs J R Smith hasf returned to Bloomfield after a visit to her song Mr T K Smith jfeiss Della Carpenter visited her aunfrat Perry ville last weekI Mr it R Keeling and daughter Miss Delsie of near MackviIle were in town to day Miss Jennie Redding spent Satur day and Sunday in Lebanon with Mr Harry Brown and family 4Messrs Joe Wycftff and Walter Hume of Mackville are spending a- fewdavs here v Messrs L B CaIn CJ Haydon G D Robertson and Al Mudd attended the K C meeting in Lebanon Friday night Mrs Amanda Tate of Campbells ville has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs Annie McElroy fMr HM Grundy is spending this week tin Lebanon t Miss Evelyn Royalty entertained at 6 oclock dinner in honor of Miss Katie Waketield of Maud rMiss Flaget Simms is visiting her aunt Mrs Will F Spalding of Lebanon this week i Messrs Byron Parks and Will F Simms were in Louisy liter last week Mr and Mrs Gvin Marks Mr Robt Marks and Miss Catherine Rus sell are in Lebanon Miss Maggie Carrico will leave Thursday for Louisville to take a busi ness course at the Spencerian College r Rey William H Williams will re turn this week from Hot Springs where he attended the Southern Bap tist Convention The next conyention will be held in Louisville Misses Willie and Mayme Knott are visiting Mrs Martin John Spalding oi Lebanon Mr Knight Handy who has been attending schuol here has returned to his home in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs John Clements of Lebanon spent Sunday with the Misses Shader MrSam Anderson and family vis ited Mr W K Edelen and family of Blincoe Tuesday Messrs Shaker Robertson Will and Rob Russell Neal Boblitt and Rob Mc Clellan have returned from a weeks fishing trip at Maud REDUCTION SALEON MILLINERYf Commencing today I wilf offer every Hat in my house at reduced prices If you want a hat it will pay you to visit my slore within the next few days Full line of Ladies Furnishings A lotof SKIRTS at Reduced prices Mrs Williams JJS I MY LARGE LINE OF II Millinery I ItIs constantly being added to and each day I am rfrepared to show I to the Ladies of S ringfield and Washington county a handsome Iand uptodate display All I ask is that my Millinery be inspected I am sure the pet low prices will do the rest I See My ignCommunion Veils I II atIhave just received a large shipment I HOLLANDr L wenIkIA Full Line of Trimmed Hats at Reasonable Prices I I Miss Willie Knott I=DR W V STALLARDi DENTISTvw SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 Over McElroy 8 Shaders Grocery TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OB DANGER No Charge When Plates are Wanted Dr WF Trusty and family were at Loretto Sunday Mr J C Campbell of Louisville yisited relatives nere Friday Miss Katie Wakefield of Maudl is visiting Miss Laura Shehan Mr and Mrs ES Mayes Sr are visiting their daughter Mrs J R Mahon of Lebanon Miss Flora Mudd who is visiting her mother Mrs T C Mudd will re turn to Louisville the latter part of the weekSMrs Harry Brown and Mrs Prath er of Lebanon visited friends here Friday Mr Will ONan is in Danville on business Miss Fannie Smith of Bloomfield is visiting Miss Piety Barber Misses Hattie Blandford Flora Keene and Lula Wheatley who have been attending State College in Lex ington have returned Mrs Pattie Blandford has returned from Louisville where she visited her sons Messrs Rob and Alex Blandford Messrs J M Smith Will Bohanon and Milton Payne left this morning for Sherman Texas with a view of locating in that State Misses Lula and Ida Young are vis iting their sister Mrs Moore and Miss Nancy Bella Young of Lebanon this week Mrs C M Hines of Beard Kyj is here on a visit to friends and rela tives Mr J A Johnston who has been very ill for several days is now much improved and it is thought thathe will soon be out Mr Johnstons many friends in the county will be glad to learn that he is recovering Mr J S Moore and daughter Miss Susie who formerly resided at Mooresville have movedto Springfield Mr Moores son F C Moore who has been in the employ of the Straight Creek Coal and Coke Company of Pineville will also reside here Mr and Mrs Will Pettus of Ten nessee who are spending a few days WIlIIIIreturn with them ENCOURAGING I always felt that I could paIntI dearest That old wan said my pic I turo reminded him of one of the ani male on his farm How lovely What kind of an animal did it remind him of darling Chicago JournalIThe Sllr In mer year j The Springfield SunctlOO per year HARD TV V cp i As news is scarce this week I will not tarry very longS t Mrs Eliza Mitchell and little grand daughter Katie Rubel spent Supday with Mr Walter Louis and family J Born to the wife of Mr J M Sales a fine girl Miss Sarah Trent who has been atr tending school in Louisville returnedIto her home Friday night Mr R L Gray and sisters Martha and Ida attended church at New Hope Sunday and dined with Mr and Mrs C P Goatley of Valley Hill Sunday School was organized at NevrHope Sunday with Mr IL 11 Gray assuperintendent Wesaw In the Hillsboro letter Jast week where they wanted me to write them when there would be preaChIng at Hardesty school house I dont know just when we will have preacning butt will have Sunday school every Sundayiafternoon t3 oclock Everybody = vited to attend i Wejare sorry our letters do not inter f est U icle Jack but we write just such letters as our feeble mind and sparer time will allow us Mr Eddie PinKston departed this life May 14th after an illness of about fiye months of that dreaded disease tuber culosis He was twentypne years oC age and he give himself to his Sayior when sixteen years of age The fU7 neral took place Thursday and the remains were then laid to rest in the Mt1 hei1t0felttheir sad afflictIonI i1 Decoration at WHIisburg i M4tDecorationtery will be conducted on the 28th of this month in the afternoon It was announced last week that the decors tion would occur on the 80th but as that date would interfere with the Rocky Bridge decoration the date was changed NOTICEICHICKEN RAISERS R 41144 cures Cholera Gapes Roupi Canker and Limberneck Price 50c No cure No byHAYDON Cures Gapes Instantly t Bardstown Ky May 4 1908 Une drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the instantyWJlen 1 preventive I have ever knownif ooooocoooooooooooooooooooo J IrIF YOU WANT THE BESTS FLOUR lASK YOUR GROCER FOR A Pride of Washington or v Spnngflilds ChoicetMANUFACTURED BY V J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT OOGOOCOOOOCOOOOCX OOOOOOOOO Edison Columbia Ppbno r- aRECORDSt E M RUSSEl L SprjngfieldKy r 1 if OI j tM5 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1908 Tiie EngageK f ents of Jeljln hl Zea M Walters 1fcJgnlght by Dally Story Pub Co a fj Jean was listening to her first prow II atrstay yes when you didnt want the manbat all 1 She closed her lips deep the yes frbra escaping but that totutterance Why did says such eloquent and convincing things about lifelong devotion a id service and awakening a slumbering heart 11tIfoUldhandkerchief except when there was company Besides she thought jndig nantly her hfeart didnt need awakens dug t cVPlease do not say any more Mra Woodward she Interrupted lfmItris quite impossible There there is some one else iBut If you are not bound to him entreated the suitor fCl ainsaid Jean Instantly She felt that it was the only loophole f of escape If It were closed that wretch er hovering yes might be uttered against her will I I JMr Woodward arose and bowed course then there is nothing more lotc say I knew Innis pad been with you a great deal but I didnt knowyou were engaged I am sorry U haves troubled you Forget me he said in melodramatic tones tJean felt as though she waScon r Dealing but she could not Collect her self sufficiently to speak and the rev e Led one stalked grandly away put the flatlono a girl with her JSt was not for Jean She walked up and down the deserted piazza looking at the world withtf j tragic eyes I tlthinkthere isnt the remotest chance that ever will be Suppose he should hear 9ft Oh 1 dare say he will lknowa dome punishment WIn come upon me for such an enormous lie as that The one consolation lay in the factcthat Ted Woodward was going home the next ay And perhaps no compU cations would arise in that timesi The next day when J an was rlting in the windowseat reading Mr Inns and the beautiful Miss Mariner came thrcfugb the hall No she was saying as she cames within Jeans hearing Ill not go sail fngjwith you Indeed Mr Innes if nay speak frankly I do not think an engaged man ought to aso much attention to others jean had a horrible moment ag she looked at his astonished face 1But my fiancee is such h reasonable J girl you know Mr Innes was saying with an amused air as they passed down the steps I know said Jean to herself that Jbwas going to ask her to marry him Hes Going to Speak of It Himself Perhaps he was going to ask her this very morning and now she has heard that wretched story and hs lifes hap piness Is gone forever What a miser able cad that Ted Woodward is to have told i That afternoon Jean went for a drvewlth Gertrude Allen thinking taj drown her haunting misery in a de Rightful confab you know said Gertrude aai they turned into the shady elm road I heard the most interesting thing about thathandsome Mr Innes His broughLtj you Ana its just because he isnt to marry T Miss Mariner They say he is engaged to somebody but the person that told me did not know to w omSomei quite Insignificant girl tHough Isnt Itiromantic V Jean leaned back while Gertrude xchittered on j Why Jean she exclaimed when at lengthshe looked at her friend Are you ill Yes said Jean dreadfully II sorryiosjioliFor three days she steadily refused all 3tfr Innes invitations They came sow with sinister frequency l In the middle otthe week Mrs EUier whispered another important bit of wL- J 1 f F t IIItJ so sorry far young Mr innes foolishprospects His aunt is furious because the match with Miss Mariner is off And now Mr Ames who had offered him a splendid place in his office witK draws his off because he thinks that young man starting out in a business7 career ought not marry It seems that the wretched fellow is going to marry the girl at once 1 dont know who she is His aunt thinks it is some no that they will have to be ashamed otri Jean was becoming hardened to misery and this story did not cause an attack of faintness as Gertrudes had doue But I must tell hntsai Tear to herself despairingly I cant let him go on losing everything There much left but life Hes lost love happiness and fortune and career When Mr limes asked her to walk along the shore In the moonlight she ntedandstarted out with the feelings of one marching to execution Miss Jean said the man at length Ive been wanting to speak to you for a week but you have persistently avoided me Hes going to speak of it himself thought Jean fin an agony of shame He walkedon for a moment in silence No doubt it was hard to begin At length he said abruptly I wanted to ask you tor marry mer Oh how dare you How dare you cried Jean furiously How dare you ask me after what has hap penedtOh you mean those stories about my engagement That neednt trouble you It isnt true Dont you think I know it isnt true when itiia you and l that they spoke of I hoped that you hadnt heard the name of my supposed fiancee Not many people seemed to know thought had not heard it myself cant hqw =the story started I k it must have been a case of thought transferance You see Id thinktngof that particular thing great deal and some of those amiable old ladies who sit on the hotel veranda have no thoughts of their so they gathered up mine which were floating about loose It was I that started the store aid Jean in a hollow voice No dont speak Let me tell you about it A man asked me to m rry him and he said such persuasive things and t go away and I was afra1dId ay yes though I didnt ant to So I told him there was some one else and he thought I meant you and I let him go away with truthqOh it was a expect you to forgive me ever I ought to have told you at once but cOJldnt I was going to tell you to night Chough and thats why I came Im so sorry I qnly hope mother will take me horfife tomorrow and you nev r need hear of me again I dont see anything in all this that shoiild ilistress youUhe said He was smillnga tender amused smile at the childish confession though she did not look up to see it I 1lsh I dared hope that your suggestion to TedIm- ean to the man you spoke ofhad a willing spirit behind it Since weve both thought of it cant you make it true dear Jean 1 Dont speak of it againshe said in her coldest manner Its just y ur- exaggerated idea of honor that makes you think you ought to protect me Dont d it You cant possibly care for mewhenI ve ruined your lifer Yes It is ruined Youve lost the girl you love and your fortune and your career bust because of me I hop girlir love he said gravely I mean this one your aunt was angrr4boutt she said falteringly- I Oht11e said my aunt and I never agreed about that You see 1 met you the first day we came here And if oure troubled about Aunt Carolines Disinheriting me pray do not give it nother thought She does that every three months When I introduce you s that mysterious girl T shan be re- tored to favor Its the truth because ijshe has already expressed her tidmlr lotion of you J But of course I couldnt elze that golden moment to tellher that you were the girl for I wasnt 13ure of It And that fussy old Ames jiflid say he didnt want me but I was ather fishing for a dismissal there I iad had a much better offer a few days before 1 threw the news of the engagement credited tp me In his way Now is there anything else Jean Dont you think you have been over conscientious l A man wouldnt spend a moment considering those things when It was a question of winning youOh breathed Jean afraid to ac cept such unlooked for bliss as a solu tion from her haunting horror of the past week are you quite sure that you really cared for me all the time Cared for you he said in scorn for such an inadequate expression And then he proceeded to explain how much he cared Well said Jean after a while ar she dimpled charmingly I believe I will be engaged again Has Knighted Bostonian King Victor Emmanuel of Italy has appointed Nelson Gay of Boston who is now living ih Rome a knight of the crown of Italy in recognition of his writings on the resurrection of Italy Mr Gay for a long time devot ed himself to the study of the period of the revolution In Italy and recently he presented before various historical and national societies interesting dbc uments which he had found relating to Italian affair 1 fb 1 J f r rs t v To Bankers Brokers and Business Men You whose conservative training and whose business methods prompt you to look askance at any enterprise banking merchan tile industrial or what not that promises to pay an investor or stockholder mora than 61 8 or10 per cent we have a wond to say to you We know that you know that there are hundn ds of enterprises in the United States and throughout the world tha pay enormous dividends upon the par value of thestock You know that there are monopolies which by reason of controlling a particu car product make enormous profits You know that th re are very 1Qw natural monopolies in the world You know that any COT ora I BRIEFLY To wit l11 11 The statement madn in the report of the United States Geo logical Survey that there are but two quarries of lithographic st nein the world one in Bavaria the other in Brandenburg Ky The same United States Government report stating as well that for quality and dependability of sunply the Bavarion quarries are not at this time dependable Again you know ifyou read the advertisement referred to that the greatest expert in the State of Kentucky after examining our quarry stated oyer his ignature that it was practically inexhaustible As a turther proof of the puadin in said adver tisemerit there was printed over the signatures of the expert engravers and transferrers who have spent their lives in working upon lithographic stone positive statements to theeffect that the stone from our quarry had produced work equal to any stone that was ever imported from Bavaria You know that with two 9 foot ledges of lithographic stone selling in the markets of the world at from 11 cents to 50 cents a pound is easily worth not the 1000000 representingthe amount of our capital stock but up into the hundreds of millions of dollars You will know it you will do Us the kindness toead a co of a letter from i obert Iklayer Company importers of lithographic stone that such testimony can not and is lot to be discredited You know and we most respectfully ubmit this proposition that no corporation could afford to ma ethesestatements that have been made by us in the advertiseme referred to and in our printed literature unless they were true ecause we are making them to fellow citizens of this Commo wealth our next door outla a every rof to read appearing last old send your one neigh We earnestly ask you to give yo rself the benefit of the doubt obtain a copy of the advertisement znd read it or if you read it you evidently didnot read careful y or if you read it carefully you evidently to credit the ap arently astounding statements made in itl Let us have a he rt to heart talk with you This proposition is open you also We accept subscriptions as small an amount of stock as 10 shar s just to give you the oppor tunity say to that if you can make it for 500 shares which you can obtain for 250 yo i will have secured sufficient number of shares the income from hick will keep your family in comfort the of your lives and he lives of your children your childrens children We know that it is a t ing to ask the wage earner to invest his savings in a corporation we state without hesitation v that he do so with perfect safety There isnQ risk in proposition unless we fail to get tho necessary money to buy the plant and we fail to do this the Louisville Trust Company Louisville Ky will refund the amo int of your subscription with 3 per cent interest added If we succeed in doing it you Will I Based upon the minimum earnings of dividends to any part of the first 100000 shares will secure the stock at V onehalf its spar value therefore 1 000 will buy 20 shares whicjv willupon minimum esti= mated earnings pay io- annually and the stock one year after plant is in V operation should be worth 60 r 2500 will buy 50 shares and shouldearn 40 annually t stock should be worth oneyear after plant is in operation 40000 5000 will buy 100 shares and should earn 8oannually stock should be wocth ono year after plant is in operation 00000 I VieR WATERS President 10000 will buy Zoo shares and should earn 160 annu ally stock should be worthone year after i6oo 50000 will buy 1000 shares and should earn 800 an nually stock should be worth in one year after propuction begins 8000 1 OOO will buy 2000 shares annd should earn i6oq annually stock should be worth one year after production begins 16 00000 Col I I I tiohs anywhere fortun te enough to possess a physical property containing a product used all oyer the world and sold for a price representing forty or fifty times the cost of production should rrich its stockholders You know if you read the page advertisement in last weeks edition that in a claim was made by this company that it possessed a 9J foot ledge of lithngraphic stone underlying a 260 acre hill You know if you read said advertise ment that no corporation possessing any kind of property never offered to the public greater indisputable proof as to its existence t advertisement rl PROOFSj citizen in Kentucky and the proofs we are offering we could Ot1afford to publish if they were not true for the simple reason thatsthe source of said proofs are equally within easy reach of one who cares to make an IiTo you as an individual and to your patrons and Jltiends we say that you know that it would be perfect folly for to make the following proposition unless we are in position to back it up in every way Here is the proposition If our claims and our state ment be true we are offering a stock to the general public that will pay larger dividends than any security ever sold in the state of Kentucky or any other state that we know anything about Therefore we will agree to pay expenses and 1000 pet day for the time consumed of any citizen of this Commonwealth any other state who will visit Louisville examine our proofs ofj facts see the stone in the various lithographic housesof the city examine the work produced from it consult the engravers and trans ferrers and experts who are responsible for the work examine t the quarries at Brarfdenburg and after such investigation sayover Tshi signature that there is foundationno but simply for the gen era claim made but specifically any claim that is made propertywithdemand Everv individual who furnishes any proposition of this dividendAsa proof There are 692 lithographic houses alone irted States We can furnish a certain 14 of this 692 and pay 20 byfurnishingI TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY bor any you failed the advertisement in weeks issue of this paper hunt up paper or Jet from ouror particularsi I it failed to for We you rest and serious tut this if subscribers operationr German Lithographic Stone en it inyestigationI us 0 share fairland equally with the banker broker capitalist and ourselves in the tremendous earnings of this company andthere f friend in Louisville this city if so write to them andask them ot ifthe self alsoBearcents Immediately upon the sale of the first 100000 shares we will give the order for the plant Immediately thereafter for the additional msstakeparInproventheplybecaqseone KyWrite Wm ROBT LEE JOHNSON VicePresident Take Advantage of The Coupon Below WRITE TODAY W ii WATERS President German Lithographic Stone Co Kenyon Building Louisville Ky DEAR SIRPlease send me the prospectus of your particulars together with a subscription blank andsamples of lithographing NAMEa m xiSTREET AND Now CITYtt S K34 STATE r D L BILLINGS r t ISecretary and Treasurer 7475 Kenyon Buildingi T Kentuckyt 4 i I I Iw J I i I1fIE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1908 Ji I 7 I iJIIThe Blind God Chance I By CURRAN R GREENLEY I Copyright by Dally StorY Pub Co Miss Marsden had completed her shopping list and stood at the curb deciding the question of luncheon I when a hansom stopped directly In front of her and a voice called uMiss Marsden Edith t have heen searching the town for youanjihe- Was out of the cab and had both of heir hands before she couldmanage to gasp Braxton Carr From whjther aide of the world V Carr laughed I ow I call that cool whien you have ignored my letters and run away and left no traces behind yoita even Mulvaney could tell me nothIng of you and none of the boys 1were In when I called at the old place Where hali we goSherrys v hessmiled to herself as he led the way to the old table It was now two Years since they had eaten the parting least In that selfsame corner Braxj Carr remembered wellfor a man ghe thought of the eager young face that had leaned over the table that xlajtraclng plans building his castles in Spain and chanting joyously of the plenteous years that should succeed the lean when he arrived ar Tived bjit was it the same Braxton Car that leaned back toying with the glass The boyish face had changed to a mans graver stronger more vir 1lei Bras I have told you all my store of knowledge and you have iven me naught In return Did the ship come iniat all the ports I You mean about Uncle Peter as well as the rest Yes and no He traced tie pattern of the cloth liis eyes avoiding hers Edith there 1s a question I would ask youa for Bidden ondont interrupt please but it has to be discussed She was rsilent and he went on You cannot I liaya forgotten what ypuTsald to me There that day we parted =that the fu ture meant art to you and art alone Did you mean it Mean itsOf courserI do not sun derstand you Brax ii she faltered Yes you doL His face went a shade paler There is something in my life a ghastly story that it was useless to burden you with then for 1 knew my love for you to be so hope less that I shut my eyes to everything but the Joy of comradeship with you and let things drift but that day I was dangerously near to telling you when you let me kpowoh so lightly that I was merel your brother stu dent Do you remember Edith when 1 Defused that toast over the stirring cup lTo the Past I had no wish to uo back the impulse to tell you all and plead my Cause was driving r the words to my lips when you made me realize that my future was imper r aona to you Little glrl there has t not been a day an hour since then that you have not been with meyet I am thankful today for those words Hush I must tell you all nowthe It boys folly and his punishment you must understand Carr turned rimpa tiently and gave the order It will take them an hour to fill that and le leanedback shading his face with his hand and Edith listening tQ the low tones felt a w veof desperate pity of maddening pain surge over all sense of self The usual story of theI boy entrapped Into a hasty marriage then thrown on his own resources while the woman had betaken herself to more profitable game early in the scene yet the fact of her remained in C5irrs life the shadow of those orlef weeks across his future She under stood now the reticence that had ac corded so ill with hjs careless nature Iand understood the guard that he carried carried so well that in return she had built up her own defenses and held them to the last And now I will explain that para haveyno to give mq Yesterday I d and was driven direct to the office of my Uncle Peters attorney where I f learned the terms of his will He bated me hated the very idea of his f money coming to me but his pride would not let him break his promise to my father to make me his heir He has done so but with a clause at tachedthe malice of a dead hand teaching back to throttle the living 4IfI am not married within 24 hours from the time the will Is read to me at the office of Wilkes COLin the pres ence of witnesses which was done to day then the while estate goes to St Imogenes hospjfal Dear I could not ask you to give your self tome while that woman is yet alive If I believed that you lovedjne but know ing you simply as my comrade appeal to you to help me defeat that mans malice and in return I pr to keep to the old grpund What would the money be but dust and ashes ifl could opt share it with you Edith Think child a winter in Paris Rome Veniceall we have dreamed ofI just you and I and nothing to liamper us andlleave it with you Carr toyed with his glass letting the amber bubbles break arid die as he colQriiseandthe trend of her thought Her eyes were veiled from his x The lights through the palms and Braxton Carrs face whirled together eddying away from her on the surge of that first startled f recoil Beyond moneyjcomradeship of the dear lean yean waked and beckoned If she let hin pnpwj he would go forever back ii i i I where she could not follow for she dared not tell him yet of her own changed fortunes of the half million that had come to her from the eccen ignoredherothers barred her out of the old life and comradeship and it would change Carr She must have this hour and then A wolnans face half defined seemed to molcc her frQm the shad owed mirror and yet Oh for the courage to dare all Edith tiajrr had risen and was holding her tt Their eyes met his searching hers long and deeply find ing the unspoken answer In the shadow of the palms he stooped touch ing the dusk cheek with lila lips and then they passed into the hurrying crowd A trustee rom St Imogens gaunt and disapproving Coh Wilkes and the sexton made up the attendants at the forlorn littler wedding in the hush of St Thomas great nave With the touch of the ring came the first shock of actuality the first doubt of her own strength THere could be no juggling with the solemn words that made her Carrs wifeand yet that other worn an who had worn his nameshe waS somewhere today Something of her thought carne to Carr and as they drove away from the old gray portals he took het hand in his Edith I have fully explained to the rector he understands the legality of the di- vOrce else hE would have refused the rite to us Are you satisfied Perfectly she answered automat ically but the very fact of it thus made tangible drove it home the barrier that stood between them The took possession of the old Carr mansion at once There wassome thing t oyish in his delight as he led her through the stately rooms fur nished In the magnificence of the past He showed her the one in which he had spent the vacations and another that had belonged to Mm Carr his grandmother and hIs one tender mem ory of the home Her portrait hung above the mAntel fresh and fair in the quaint bridal gown This room was hers when she came here a bride It is yours nowto and Edith fingered the massive rosewood fingerswhile myIhers and there between the two seemed to f ha presence that of the man and woman who had lived out their lives within those walls lived and loved and died there Carrs eyes held hers as he stood framed In the doorway and the heliograph of primal life since time began whose runes no tongue may voice flashed past the bar rier of mans will He made one step toward her where she stood rose flushed and wavering then through the teat house pealed a bell and a step came up the stair Carr took the yellow envelope from the mans hand and tore it open with savage haste The womAn Tknown as Madge Grandin died last night In St yin cents hospital Gregg Jenkins soft tread died upOn the polished stair and thg telegram fluttered to the floor as the man and woman looked flt one another while tjie sunlight streaming across the pic tured face df Mme Carr awoke the dimpled mouti to a smile of benedic Hon Fear the Callao Painter Naval officers who have made the cruise from the Atlantic to the Pacific at this time of the year are speculat Ir5g as to the effect of what is known jas the CallaQ painter upon the ships of the United States battleship fleet during their stay at Callao The Gal lao painter is a peculiar condition of the water in the harbor at times caused by thfe presence of sulphurated hydrogen due to sewer gas and other arejbean known to turn a dirty brown or grayish black within two days after anchoring in the harbor of Callao the change being attributed to the effects of the mysterious Callao painter and that deite the most persistent scrubbing Whether Admiral Evans ships are fated to encounter the painter and thus lose their gleam ing whiteness time alone can tell but it they do there will be unmistakable manifestations of disgust on the part of the bluejackets to whom the clean liness of the fleet is a matter of the keenest pride Nearing the End Joe Lincoln whose Cape Cod folks are wellknown characters recently 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Evening Post is first in everything has the most State news and best market reports A dally newspaper for the home The Evening PostLOUISVILLE KY Special Price On bias and Svcaiag Post With This Papers co tHE POST and THE SUN BOTH ONE YEAR 3 50 THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL F wONEARTH t shortesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complettcourse in the latest j and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day V Get fullvparticulars from the editor of this paper or Rey Granville W Lyon or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky fHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY JO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONES FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANABEfl r CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TEORAPHOOINCORPORATED 5jii Z t j fyifJt iI It 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1908 ff Z fHit t i + IWHYNOTBUYAFARM I ym vy i Eti a a I l++ I I 4I y FENWICK j Y Miss Ernma Adams of Springfield is 5viith herj parents at this place this in I week f tMiss Edna Smith of Springfield is Ipeading this week with heraunt Mrs Myrtle Smith of this place S Mr Otha was the guest of IMr Tom Bowles Saturday night i Misses Mary Lena and Lula Clay Ep person were with Miss Hattie Bowles Saturday night and Sunday j Miss Reta Barker and brother Edc i gar were with their brothers at this place Friday night and Saturday a Miss Fenwick was the guest f brother Lloyd Fenwick of the Ridge Friday night i Miss Sadie Mayes spent last week with Miss Pearl Martin Mr and Mrs Dick Shewmaker and little daughter Walcie and Mr and 4 Mrs James Anderson were ofn Mr and Mrs Lloyd Fenwick of the Vv Sunday Miss Lena Cissell who is teaching ichool at Bear Wallow was at home Saturday and Sunday a Mr Barracks and wife spent I Sunday with JN and family son Thurby spent Sunday with Alvie Perkins and family f Mrs Mary Mcllvoy is visiting rela tives at this place this week Mrs Nannie Fenwick and daughter I Louise were in Mackville Saturday It Mr R E Case shipped bunch of I fat hogs Tuesday W F Logsdon spent Sunday night iwith A L and family Mri Water McLaughlin ot near 1 Springfield is erecting a new store V 1 house at this place We hope he will soon be ready to begin business leMr J M Smith and Mr Will Bo- nwill leave for Texas Wednesday tfor a two months stay f Farmers are very late with their crops this spring on account of so much rainy weather c Hauline saw logs is the order of the i day at this place Mrs G W Fenwick and daughter Nina spent one day last week with her I F sister Mrs Nannie Fenwick of this place Mr T J Miller and wife of WiHis burg attended church at this place Sunday morning I J The farmers of Washington and joining counties will do well to communicate with oneof undersigned before disposing of heir wool We want wool arid will pay the highest prices 1 Will receive at points to suit farmers J r WS GIBBS McCLURE SPRINGFIELD KY I tjr t t Ihave in my hands for sale a number of very fine Washington county farms and if you thinking of buying a farm it will pay you to call to see me before buying lam prepared to quote some bargain prices on a few of the best farms in Washington county I IBefore You buy gee B DIake u 44ut44tI4tIItiit1441t1 tu Itt a I lt4 lA + Martin Sadye guests Ridge Dolpn Bowles ZSLitsey WOOL WANTED ttiel are p tMACKVILLE jr Edwin Parks of Danville was pwri Wednesday M rLess Bottoms and Mr John Ratiey were in Perryville Sunday Mrs Edd Brittctand Mrs John hewmakei were iri Harrodsburg Wed nesay IS r T J Miller and wife of Willis burg spent Sunday with Mrs Lizzie Adams Messrs Joe Wycpff and Zelbert Hat hett were in Springfield Tuesday Miss May Haydon left Thursday for several weeks yisit with friends in Louisville and Indianapolis- Mr George Keightleyand wife spent Sunday at the home of Mr W B Ht chett in Harrodsburg Mr Chas Dickerson and Mr Rufusi Foster the telephone managers Springfield were in town Friday after oon Mr W P Hat fftt was in Louisville Monday on business Hr James Isham and family are at ending the Beaumont commer cement Harrddsburg this week Mr Wm Lear is visiting his daugh ters Mrs Walter Thompson ad Miss ZulaLearof Indianapolis th seek Mrs Lua Wycoff and Miss Minerva Ray bournel were at Pleasant Groye Sunday aftUIlooni Miss Jappa Barnett of Chaplin after spending two weeks with Dr and Mrs W T Barnett has returned home I V Mr Jidgkr Wilson andMr Harvey Leachman of Pleasant Grove werein town Sunday Mr C W Oder iWt Monday for In dianapolis f Mrand Mrs Wm Ray bourne and daughter Margaret Steel spent the latter part of last week with relatives ear Harrodsburg Dr and Mrs W R Thompson spent Sunday at the home of Mr WB Hat chett near Lebanon Mr Joe Campbell of Louisville was in town Thursday and Friday Miss Maggie Mae Hiatt who h stbeen att ndtng school at the Business University at Bowling Green has Re turned home Mr B D Lake and Mr J S McEl roy of Springfield were in town Wednesday Mr Henry Graves and wife were in Springfield Sunday being called there on Account lot the illness of Mrs Nan hie McMillan who is very lOWwlthI pneumoniaI V Dr Hyatf of Wiliisburg was in town Thursday Mrs D S Yancey and son Georgie were in HarrodsburgSunday Mr Herbert Debaum of Cornish ville was here Wednesday Mrs J B Petetand Mrs J M H ithvisledrelativEs in Gad coun ty the latter part of last week IMr Orcenth Peter and wife were in Thursday Mr J G Howell visited friends at Pleasant Grdve last week Quite a riumber from this place at tended the examination which was held at Springfield Friday and Sat urday Mrs W PO Hatchett and Miss iag Rose were in Springfield Tuesday Rev Walker attended the District- Conferenceat Hebron last week Had Lost Hope L G Botkin Paris Ky says 1 had no hopes of saving my hogs as some of them could not eat I drenched them with Bourbon Hog Cholera Rem edy and did not lose a hog Sold by all druggists 5Ral Hardship We speak of hardships but the true hardship Is to be a dull fool and per roUted to mismanage our ute in our own dull and foolish manuerJIl L Stevenson A The Sunaud CourierJournal i5p J c i r i it T i Enlarging Your Business If you are in business and you want to make more money you will readevery word we have to say Are you spending your money for ad vertising in hap hazard fashion as if intended for charity or do you adver tise for direct results Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can be made a source of profit to you and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents If you have not you are throwing money away Advertising Ms a modern business necessity but must be conducted on buieiriess principles If you are not satisfied with your advertisiwg you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent I THE DOLLAR AND THE PESO Mexican Authorities Have Decided That There Is a Definite Djs tinction Between Thel =The question in Mexico of what a dollar means bhs recently been authoritatively settled The department of finance has decided that the word dollar shall mean the American gold dollar and that wlien the ilexican silver dollar is meant the word peso shall be employed Some time ago an American resi dent at Tainpico wrote dollars on a check and the Tampico bank cashier to whom the check was presented paid the amount in gold valuesrI1lC drawer of the check claimed that it was his intention to have silver paid Litigation was threatened but upon investigation the authorities d cidejcl against the drawer of the chick The Mexican ruling applies to all documents notes drafts etc Mining World HANGING PICTURESDANGEROUS Railroad casualties receive such wide publicity said an insurance man that there is a common belief on the part of the public that one is more liable to accidents while travel ing than when living the simple life in the confines of his home J As a matter of cold fact stats tics show that accident insurance companies paymore losses to people who get injured in their own homes or on their premises than they do to people hurt in railway accidents Insurance companie pay more money to people who get hurt hanging pic hires or taking stoves apart thin they do to the victims of headon collisions It sounds strange but its the truth ONE ON THE GOOSE The lien was crossing the turnpike Why does the hen cross the road bantered the smart goose Because I have a nest at the hot 2 i t 4 annually and then carefully note the effect it has in in creasing your volume of busi nesswhether a 10 20 or 30 per cent increase If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely inI terested in your advertising and how you can make it en large your business IIf you try this method we believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store We will be pleased to have you call onus andwe will take pleasure in1 explaining our annual con tract for so many inches and how it can be used in whatever amount that seemS necessary to you If rOll can sell goods over the qounter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community torn of yon well retorted the hen Nest at the bottom of the well Gracioiis What ever induced you to have a nest at the bottom oian old driedup well Why I was advised to lay low Anything else you would like toj know Bufe the smart goose flapped her wings and vanished i DARWIN JUBILEE IN 1909 A movement is on foot to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary bf the promulgation of the Darwinian theory The Linnean society to which Darwin first communicated his thesis will have charge of the initial steps A committee com posed of the officers of the society and Profs Po lten and Oliver bas been appointed to take preliminary steps Much interest is the celebration in scientific circles in LondonLondon Standard v INJURED PRIDE The battleship roared with indignation ta the full capapity of its siren fiats ailing you asked the Collier trembling at its own pre sumption Why the critics say I wear my belt too low and me the smartest V craft of the line Well your turrets on straight anyhow replied the collier POSSIBLY You say that after the auto knocked you down and ran over you the chauffeur turned the machine and ran back toward you Yes your honor fWhy should he have done this ifus you claim he had run over you purposely I spose he wanted to run over meagain your honor Can Go Long Without Food The eagle can withstand ft 28day fat Lt 1 tt The Real Estate Man fSpringfield tT 4tItItI ttl1tttH41tl1t44Ht thtt 4tlt BOOKER Bro Benight preached his farewell sermon at New Hope last Sunday A large crowd attended Born to the wife of Mr Edd Bobhtt a fine boyRoyal B Mrs Joe Bishop of Springfield passed thr ugh here Friday evening en route to Maud to the sale of the late A Shehan Messrs Edd Riley of Stringtown and Love Settle are in Wiliisburg this week Mr Bob Payne has returned from Chicago 111 Messrs Willie Houston of Maud and Love Settle were in Owehsboro Daviess county last Tuesday Miss Lillie Pile spent last Friday with her sister Mrs Cathie Settle Mr and Mrs Ham Pile of Moores ville spent Sunday with their brother and sister Mr and Mrs Ed Pile Mrs L L Settle is slowly improv ingMessrs George and Louis Kirsch spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister Mrs Edd Pile j Emmet Settle sold five calves to IMrE E Wakefield of Maud Price wn Mr and Mrs Arthur Mudd and little daughter Eveline Louise spent last Wednesday with Mr Mudds mother Mrs T C Mudd of near Springfield Miss Fairy t Lyddane is yisiting her sister Mrs Ollie Eddleman Mrs Otis Settle spent last Wednes day with Mrs Boblitt Mr and Mrs Alvin Riley of Nelson county spent Saturday night and Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs B M Pile Dr Shehaji of Maud was here Tues day Mrs Edd Pile and daughter Catherine and Mr George Kirsch were at their fathers Mr Louis Kirsch Tues day evening v Miss Nannie Ellis of Woodlawn is visiting her sister Mrs T Hardin Mr Ham Shehan and sister Mrs Kate She maler attended the Shehan sale Friday Mrs Emmet Settle and sister Miss Lillie Pile spent Tuesday with their sister Mrs Emma Riley of Nelson countyMrs Ham Shewmaker of Nelson county and Miss Snider of Chaplin spent last Tuesday with Mrs Kate Shewmaker Mr Howard Tatum shipped a carload of hogs trom here Friday Mr and Mrs Joe Goatley and son Robert of Mt Zion and Mr Roy Riley and sister Miss Effie of Nelson coun ty spent Sunday at Mr Ed Piles Mr and Mrs Irvin Mann have a fine boy at their house M essrsLloyd and Russell Yates and little sister Mattie Yates visited their sister Mrs Ophelia Settle Sundry Mrs Sallie Wilkinson has returned to her home tValley Hill after a several weeks stay with her sister Mrs J L Settle t Mr Emmet Settle visited at Mr B M Piles Sunday Master Harvey Riley of Nelson county spqnt Sunday with Master Theo Boblitt SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Mit Leachman Jr R F D No3 has for sale red top sorghum seed Price 25 cents a gallon C L 3 has for sale from 500 to 800 bushels oforn Will sell in any amount from half bushel up W P Hatchett Mackville has for sale 45 head of young steers L Perkins Rt 3 has for sale a IA 3yearold milk cow with 3rd calf W Shirley Wiliisburg has for sale a 7yearold family mare W T Payne Rt 3 on Mrs Lizzie McLaughlins place has for sale about 60 bushels of corn MrsS G Tucker Rt 1 has for sate Rhode Island Reds eggs SOc for 15 t to Rt3rhaseggs for hatching at 75c for 15AlsQ Barred P Rock eggs at 40c iot 15 Mrs Lizzie Bosley Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Pure Single Comb PlymouthRock Grundy Home Rt 2bas for sale Light Brahma eggs 13 for SOcts N0TIcEIf you9regoiDg a se chickens raise Single Comb Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Price reasonable Mrs C C Christie Lebanon KY Rt3 Mrs T K Smith Springfield has for sale white Leghorn eggs 15 for 50c Mrs L NReedR F D 3 has for sale eggs from pure 8 C B Leghorn stock 100 for 15 or 150 for 30 Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 has for sale S S Hamberg eggs 13 for 50c 30 for 100 Mrs John S McElroy Springfield has for sale Black Minorca eggs 50c for settihg of 15 G T Clements Rt 1 has foctsale about 10 tons of nice timothy hay baled and a lot of nice bright baled straw P H D Stiles Rt 3 has for sale two freshmilk cows X i L W Campbell near town his for sale six work horses and ol1 work mule Call at Campbells furniture Store SE Shewmaker Rt 3 has for sale a good family marev safe for a childto drive Also a good milk cow Albert Mines Rt 3 has for sale a nice sow and nine pigs Also six shoats which will weigh abut 85 pounds David Cutsinger Willisburg Ky has for sale 300 good locust post at 15 and 20c a piece Mrs L Et Ross Pt 1 has tor salerWhite Pekin duck eggs at SOc Prl2Also two Pit Game roosters at The apiece Mrs B L Litsey has for sale Buff Orpington eggs 15 for 100 Mrs S B Thompson JrRt 3 has for sale the Big White jfekiri duck eggs 15 for 75c Mrs B D Lake Springfield has for sale pure bred Buff Orpington eggs 15 for 50c Phone 75 Mrs J I Martin Rt 1 has tot sale single comb Rhode Island Red eggs From pen 1 and 2 for 15 From yard 35c for 15 i Mrs Palmer Goatley has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eg- gsHowtoOure Your Piles Due Often To Carelessness or Neglect and Stubborn to Care The knife is not always necessary to cure even desperate cases of plies says a physician whose years and experience he1saysaggravated cases of long standing cured by a simple home remedy restored to the bowels easy natural dally move ments And the doctor Is right as many letters from cured people in various parts Of the country prove If sufferers from piles rectal tumors and ulcers would try Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin they would often save themselves the tbrrlble pain and danger and the heavy expense of a severe surgical operation Piles are often dtietd constipation and are always aggravated by it Easy natural movements of the bowels such as are invariably produced by this tam ous laxative without pain or gripe do much to restore a normal healthy condi tion to the bowels and thus cure pUN M H Miller Moweaque 31L says I1 have been troubled all my life with pilaa brought on by constipation I tried many doctors and numerous remedies but found no relief until I used Dr CaldwelVq Syrup Pepsin I have used it as a lax ative and stomach remedy for the put nine years and have no more troubles with piles H N John Minneapolis Kan syg he suffered for four years with piles which were so bad that he could not work Four bottles of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin cured him and he says he has w been bothered since Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is a safe sure remedy for constipation l8tri easy natural daily movements Int iji worst old chronic cases yet so mild and pleasant to take mothers give it to their babies with splendid results It Is so4 by all druggists af 60c and 4100 per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co 302 CaldweHL Bldg Mott1c ll Ill will send a ffiMi sample to anyone who has not ueedit- and will give it a fair trial For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store 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