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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t j t2 a I f 4 I I t J r 0 j J v f Jl j t i rtTU JTt 7 UU rtv7 t Ji rt It if f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY e VOLUME IV i SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 27 I 1908 NUMBER 25- i4 H EDITORIAL j SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR WOE TO HIM THAT TOWN WITH STABLISHETH CITY n t A MONUMENTAL MURDERER The common housefly destroys thou fsndso lives annually heis the worlds monumental murderer he causes more deaths than war more J rrowlthan any other detestible agency upon the globe He is as eherg tic as a bee 1dspOlson us as the yenom of a viper He is conceived in filth and he 4comes into the world a revolting wig gling maggot soon donning gauzy ivings and going out upon his rampage pf destruction Manure heaps damp cellars and all contaminated places are incubators where thousands of these p sfSlare foesihBe finds there every ingredient of foul messa variety of filth that suits his foreimett hauled away and scattered each week The fly carries the typhoid germ and plants it in ourjfood He boldly comes into the unscreened kitchen or dining room lousy with disease germs A single jfly becoming contaminated with typhoid fever germs may bring the disease into a community and inoculate a dozen people 1 Screens cost very little and inas much as ltheyThre lifesavers every family should have them even if the syenng lady of the houseVrriust do with out her Merry Widow hat Typhoid fever is distinctly a filth dis ease An epidemic of typhoid fever if not a disgrace to the community ind cates that there are some filthy people living in that community at least one fiIthy person Sanitation in our homes and around our premises counts for lit tle If we are surrounded by unsanitary conditions One person indifferent to vviilth may inoculate an entire communi ty with disease If you know of any such person report the case to the Board of Health HIRES TO HENRY WATTERSOH i Avfew Democratic editors InKer tucky are condemning Mr Watterson because he has announced that he will suppprt MR Bryan These editors are t also devoting some of their newspaper space to Mr Haldeman and The Times dp which some unnecessarily bitter j5 said The fact that the Loudiingare isville Evening Pos6 reprints many of the denunciations in a patyouon theback manner is very conclusive evidence that these Democratiireditors are playing into the hands of the enemy On several occasions during the past few jjnpnths the editor Of The Sun would gladly have given 30 cents to have seen Henry Watterson and a clap bqaracome in contact7 terrifically arid properly and in a manner that would haye caused that gentlemans s- coat tail to wavelike a flag upon a pole but the surging sea of wrath in our breast hath ecomecalnii and oer the surface of the souls great expanse falls the radianceof the rainbow and the light of a clear sky We have opened the floodgates and let out the bitterness we have opened the windows and let m them good feelins And heres to Henry Wattersonthe Mighty Man of the Pelting PenIJIay Tie write with a steady hand a true heart and a burning brain of those things vhich will promote the interests of theDemocratic party Harry Thaw has been recommitted r ytb an insane asylum He may not be ascrazy as a bat but the court decided that it would be safest to keep him in captivity j JUDGEISH THURMAH IIt is worth the while of any man to hear Judge I H Thu man instruct a grand jury He deal with each of the subjects in a manner that pleases those who hear him and enlightens the members of the jury His mstruc ions are clear they are logical ills conclusions are stronly drawn and are presented iri that emphatic way that commands strict attention He never minces words he seldom talks at length but he covers every subject thoroughly Judge Thurman possesses that happy faculty which enables one to say much in few words It was our pleasure to hear him instruct the grand jury on last Monday and while we had heard him before we candidly say that we havenever heard him noY any other judge deliver stronger instructions to a jury There is not another Circuit Judge Kentucky who dispatches business asl rapidly and in such a satisfactory manner as Judge Thurman His de- cisIOns are seldom criticised and it doesnt often happen that the Court of Appeals reverses him I cant recall but one criminal case tried before Judge Thurman that was ever reversed said an attorn Y to the editor of The Sun a few days ago Judge Thurman is alhorough Student of the law con tinued this attorney He is level headed and is as free of bias as any Judge I have ever known r The people of this judicial district are to be congratulated They have as their judge a man who has ways en deavored and who will always endeavor to hew to the line in matters legal- a judge who always sees to it that justice is meted out to the rich and the poor alike Knowing Judge Thurman nature as we do we are convinced that he would give his bitterest enemy as fair a trial she would his best friend There is no robm in his heart for ma- liceno place in his brain for the con ception ot a de4stabe scheme He I- SbrQadmifdedlfssessing an even temp r a n casts off ar rows and slings asthe Gibralters cast off the drops April shower I It matter Ifan how welltrained a man may be technicalities of law nor how sc i9larly hemay be nor how geriteel it he lacks those elements of justice tlat give us tranquil hearts and clear heads relieving us of the trident with which we pierce the bosom of the God of Wraththat Monster thatJires our brains with hatred and taints our souls with malice he is more unfit for Judge of a Court of Justice than the broadminded farmer who knows naught of law excepting that which he has learned through the teach ings of common sense A man whose head may be turned by praise or whose heart may be inflamed by cnticisrr although he may be an excellent wyer and a good citizenisd- angerous ivheri placed utonthe judic ial bench He becomes a menace to the whole State He occupies that position that enables him to destroy character by sending to rison the innocent to wreck fortunes by rendering unjust decisions and to sow broadcast the seeds of an archy and discontent iA presiding judge is a monarch If he is honest capable and broadminded his ermine will never be stained and ihe is a bless ing to his district and to his State If he is that haracter of man whose pas sions are easily aroused he is dangerous exceedingly dangerous Americas trOubletoday is an afflic tion of incompetent corruptible and vain judges characters as wishywashy as the sand of the tides Judge Thurman possesses every qualification of an Excellent Judge He is not easily ruffled his prejudices can not be appealed to he is competent His enemy and his friend are alike to him when ithey are brought into his tribunal He serves the people fear lessly r1 ri j Mr R D Thornbury editor of the Taylor County Enquirer is a candidate ticketfMris always found in tlie front ranks battling for Democratic principles The Lexington convention will make no mis take in selecting Mr Thornbury as elector for the Fourth district Dr J W UConner of Elizabeth town one ot Hardin countys best known Democrats is a candidate for delegate from the Fourth district tc the Denver convention We have never had the pleasure of meeting Dr OCon ner but weare assured that he is an original Bryan man one of those Demf ocrats who delights to sere his party Therefore if the party honors him by wnlIbe wellplaced The friends of Editor W P Walton of the Kentucky State Journal will try to send him to the Denver convention as a delegate from his Congressional district We are for him first last and all the time teeth and toenails heart and soul hide and tallow emphatically we are fWilliams Challenge In the house of representatives John Sharp Williams the democratic leader issued a challenge to Mr Payne the republican leader Shaking his forefinger at Mr Payne Mr Williams said 4 Here i stand 1 stand to challenge you that every dollar that goes into a campaign fund shall he published to the world the after it is received so that the worldmay know the motive of the giver and may judge the means of corruption ii the hands of the recipi ent Referingto this incident Henry Watterson writing in the Louisville CourierJournal says The silence that followed could be heard three thousand miles It could be heard from Buzzards Bay to Crater Lakefrom the Dome of the Capitol on the Potomac to the Lick Observatory Santa Clara valley as Mr Payne tired of leading the majority sank helplessly into the abyss of confession daring not to accept the challenge That single passage tells the whole story Never mindjthe past said Mr Williams the presidential rape of 1876 the crisp new two dollar bills and blocks of five of 1880 Belshazzers feast in 1884 the wholesale bribery and spoliation of 1896 and 1900 and 1904 when widows and orphans were plundered to make a MeKinley and Rooseveltholiday Never mind the denials and the proof of guilt Never mind the stealing the lying and the hypocrisy that have been Let by sayIApd poor Payne could utter never a word Nor in all that house full ofre publicans was there One voice brave enough one heart honest enough to shout back in defianceto call Mr Wil hams handWe wHl pass the publici ty bill here and now Shame upon the republican party shame upon its lead ers shame shamei shame Flood InTexas Fort Worth Tex May 24Seyen people are known to be dead 5000 are homeless a dozen or more are reported to have been drowned in Fort Worth and North Fork Worth as a result of the greatest rise in the history of the Trinity River which beginning at 730 oclock Saturday evening reached a climax at 5 oclock this afternoon Five of the deaths occurred today and two last night following the torrential rains of Sat day and today a volume of seven inches the river went three inches above the recordbreaking flood of 1889 Stock valued at many thousands of dollars including 2500 sheep penned up in the stockyards in North Fort Worth was washed down stream and destroyed The property loss cannot be estimated i Preaching Rev Lon Robinson pastor of the Harro sburg M E Church will preach at Wesley Chapel next Saturday night He will also preach at Antioch the fol lowing day Sunday the 31st at 11 a m His appointment at Mackville is withdrawn The Sun and Courier Jouradl 150 1 DRINK QUESTION Not an Issue In the National Campaign Says Mr Bryan Washington May 21For the last three days Mr W j Bryan has been in Maryland He lectured in Baltimore Tuesday evening on The Prince of proJconference now meeting in thatcity Mr Bryan put in yesterday and the day before in the smaller towns of the State and wherever he went he received reallyan ovation from all classes of people irrespective of politics He would not submit to interviews but at Hagerstown he was asked by a reporter ot the Baltimore News Mr Bryan it is said that the Democrats of the State of Washington have indorsed you and Tat the same time inserted a cold water plank in the platform What is your attitude upon the liquor question ax do not regard the liquor question as Inational qu stion he said And as itwill not be in the campaign it is not necessary to discuss it I am a teetotaler so far as my personal habits are concerned and I have never haa occasion to act on the prohibition question but once and that was in 1890 when I voted against a State prohibi tion Amendment and in favor of there tention of what is known as the Slocum law which fixes a minimum license where a licenseis granted and allows communities to decide for themselves whether they will grant a license or not That as I say is the only occasion when I had to deal with the question but as it will not be a national issue in the coming campaign a discussion of the subject would simply divert atten lion from subjects which are at issue In commenting on the great enthus iastic greeting that Mr Bryan has received in Maryland the Baltimore News independent but with strong Republican leanings has an editorial today from which these excrets are gleaned However of more significance than the result in Pennsylvania it seems to us is the character of Democrats wno are supporting Mr Bryan for the nomi nation this time Mr Wattersons in dorsement has done much to soften ob jection to the Nebraskan in the South while in Missouri yesterday David R Francis formerly Secretary of the Interior in Mr Clevelands cabinet and for the past twelve years bitterly hos tile to Mr Bryan was selected as one of the delegatesatlarge under instruc tions to vote for Mr Bryans nomina tion In other States the gold Demo crats are seen to be back in line There will be an entirely different class of men backing Mr Bryan at Denver this year from that which supported him in 1904 in 1900 or in 1896 And there will not be in the opposition any such bitter antagonist as was engendered by the financial issue in Mr Bryans former Campaign He has with him this year many men who represent the old Cleveland wing of the party and there is entirely absent that bitterness which heretofore has been displayed and which has fore boded a bolt in the event of Mr Bry ans nomination He is in distinctly better standing throughout the country than ever before and unless there is a remarkable change in public sentiment there is going to be something of thatI enthusiasm for him at Denver swept the convention that heard his crovynofthorns speech lfA Great Run Harrodsburg Herald The Danville Advocate says that toulsts came through Harrodsburg in an automobile last Saturday and whizzed through Main street the red monster issuing forth a stream of smoke andarasPinf noise A horse belonging took fright and started out in front of the machine The tourists continued on1 their journey and the horse increased his speed as the speed of the auto vas increased The animal continued in front of the machine until Danville Vas reached making the trip of ten miles in twentyfive minutes So many auto mobiles are passing through the coun try and so many of the drivers appear to be so reckless that country people are afraid to drive into town to do their shopping The Boyle County Commer cial and Development Society ought to start some sort of movement to better conditions in this respect William Jennings Bryan TriCities Ala Daily William Jennings Bryan is the best Iualifiedc ndI date for the presidency that has ever headed a ticket Having been a close student of the political situation from the presidential view point for more than a decade not a phase of national or international life has escaped his notice Without months of training and time spent in getting acquainted with the routine work of the office as is usually the case so well posted is Mr Bryan with the affairs of the government that he would be president from the very start There is not a question or phase of political life that he is not perfectly familiar with He has lived to see some of his own ideas appropriated by the republican leadership thusshowing beyond a peradventure that even his op ponents have great confidence in his wisdom as a leader of the people He is a man of vision and Will take rank among those who may well be called Americas greatest seers He is a man of dignity commanding the respect of even those Who haye opposed him through the several campaigns in which he has fought No other man that has ever offered to bear the standard ot his party so justly deserves the distinctive title of The Great Commoner as Mr Bryan He is a than for the people and delights in the consciousness of knowing that he is one of Americas citizens He is the Elijah of modern times a dignified Qhnstian gentleman a man clean in life and unblemished by political mis doing Such a man will head the dem ocratib ticket Such a man we want to be president SERIOUS ACCIDENT Childs Skull Crushed By Being Kicked By Horse A little tenyearold son of Mr Arbor Bottom jwho resides near Mackville was kicked by a horse last Saturday on the left side of his head crushing his skull to such an extent that his life was at the time dispaired of Dr McChord of Lebanon assisted by Drs Hyatt Barnett and other physicians performed an operation Sunday afternoon and the child is now thought to be much im proved with the chances in favor of recovery A piece of the skull tvo inches long was removed Death of Mrs Willett Mrs Lee Willett died at her home turdaYlotuberculosis weeks She is survived by a husband and several children who have the sym pathy of all in their bereavement Mrs Willett was a member of the Catholic church and was an excellent Christian She was loved by all who knew her possessing one of those kind disposi tions that drew people to her She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Wat ers and vas well known by the people of this place Funeral services occurred at Fredericktown Monday morning at 9 oclock Sunday School Workers Rev T C Gebauer Field Worker of the State Sunday School Association will give three days to Washington county1Friday Saturday and Sunday 31 His appointments are as follows Maud Chfistian church Friday night May 29 Mackville Satur day In connection with the Baptist con vention Willisburg Christian church Saturday night May 30 Springfield Christian churchA Sunday School Rally Sunday May 31 at 4 p m Springfield Presbyterian church A Union SeryiceSunday night at eight oclock Mr Gebauer will also visit the Sunday Schools of the town Sunday morning and preach at the Presbyterian church at the eleven oclock service The public of these communities are urged to attend these lectures Mr Ge bauer is the best worker in the State Association work R E C LAWSON Pres Washington Co S S Association BuyBVY The Home Merchants merit r they are the mainstays of the And when you buy of Home bay of those who advertise communityI II i r CIRCUIT COURT IN ESSION t As Usual the Dockets Are Lights and No Important Cases S a t Are to Be Tri dft The term lCqcuit1 H Thurman Monday morning The charge to the grand jury was the first business transacted and as usual the in structions were firm and impressive Judge Thurman stated that he believed in any legitimate organization which the farmer could perfect and by which they could protect themselves and adi vance their interests and that such or ganizations were not only not in con flict with the antitrust laws but were expressly permitted by the laws of this State He stated that he did not be lieve that the Society of Equity was re spqnsible for the outrages committed in this State nor for the few depreda tions committed in this county but that he wjmted thematter investigated and the guilty parties apprehended if possible Judge Thurman explained the liquor laws and told the grand jury that it was their duty to indict whenever the law had been violated regardless of what their opinion may be oh the subject The charge as to other offences was about as usual attention being called to gambling carrying con cealed deadlyweapons etc The grand jury consists of the following citizens of the county C W Oder foreman H T Shehan Buford Neikirk JF Pettus clerk Lev Pink ston Robt Thompson T D Tapp Thos Hayes Thos H Pinkston W L Janes S EL Harlow and W A Clem t ents sheriff Yesterday morning the petit jury consisting of the following men was called Wm Fitzgerald Aaron Mur phy I N Arnold Woodson Coyle Baily Pinkston Fonza Smith S It Gray Dee Riley Sol Kays John Coca nougher R B Hatchett Harry Thompson J W Edwards Sam Der ringer H T Scruggs Sam Mayes Harry Wright G M Walker J K Claybrooke Jr I L Janes Tom Wil son T J t Miller J S Yankey T B Flaugher The firstcaJe on the docket was that of the Commonwealth vs Thad Cheat ham charged with dynamiting fishj The defendant was acquitted The next case was the same vs the same charged with being a nuisance The defendant was also acquitted of this charge The docket this term is a light one as has been the case for several terms of the past i COON DANCERS j Cut Funny Capers and Are Wai tz ed Into Judge Litseys Court Last Saturday Judge Litsey held what might well have been termed Big Court and apparently all of the coons in Poortown were in attend ance as complainants witnesses or de t fendants The cause of all the trouble was a dance held out there some weeks ago when 39016 of the dancers no doubt misinterpreting the call of the prompters began the promiscuous wielding of razors and pulling of trig gers to the great consternation and dis comfort of the more timid whohad gone to the dance and who did not care for such a hot time in warm weather Jahie Bell Trigg was heldunder50 bond to explain why she had slasheci the corset and the skin of a sister of color with her trusty razor Derryjlahd Lou Hardesty were held to be not guilty of a breach of the peace foij hitt ting in the head Fanny Bess she whose corsetwas subsequently penetrated by Janje Bells razor Jim Brownvas held over to the grand jury for haying J at tIe same time and place perforated the air with leaden bullets Taken all in all Judge Litsey and his court did quite a good deal to quell theituieaardor of the Poortown colored 400 fsocial affairs 4 The Springfield Sun 100 per4ear tr The Springfield SuuLO9 per itp + t r qe aii r i I t 2 THE SPRINGFIELD Y SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1908 f J t r I J ea ai os O t ii WHO WILL BE- PRESIDENT T i 1 4 I ilra TTO FORM YOUR OPINIONS AND KEEP IN TOUCH VITEi THE PROGRESS OF THE CAMPAIGN YOU WILL NEED FIRSTCLASS NEWSPAPERS rtDAILY COURIERJOURNALUnti-l Until December 198 and THE SUN One Year for SOO IORDAILY L0UISVILLE TIMESUntil December I I98 and THE SUN One Yearfor 200This gives you fa live metropolitan paper through the campaign and the election Order today as subscriptiowill start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can be sent Springfield Sun ONE Dailiesif fOR ONLYJ This special campaign offer is in effect only during JUNE JULYand and no II IsUbscriptions will be received at the reduced rate after August 3 I under any circumstances SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION ORDERS TO THESUNSpringfleld Ky i The Mist and The Sea The mist crept in from theses Out of the void and the vast And it bore the silver rain shimmering guest in its train I And many a murmuring strain Of the ships that sailed in the past Soft as sleeps footfalls be The mist crept in from the sea The mist crept in from the sea And folded the length of the shore In the clasp of its mothering arms 4Atthough it would shield from harms Ard lulled were the loud alarms S And lost was the rage and roar Ofvthe surge so soothingly The midst crept in from the sea The mist crept in from the sea White impalpable strange wingsUfpf visions and vanishings Ever in shift and change Silently hauntingly The mist crept in from the sea The midst crept in from the sea And bode tor a space and then It heard the imperious call Of the deep transcending all And it knew itself as the thrall 01 the world old master of men So still as the dreams that flee 5The mist crept back to the sea New York Sun FOR YEAR AND UNTIL DECEMBER 1t998 AUGUST Doing Ones Best r may not reach the heights 1 seek Myuntried strength may fail nie peakFierce gainII will be worthy of it I may not triumph in success Despite my earnest labor I may not grasp results that bless The efforts of my neighbor But though that goal I never see This thought shall always dwell with meSI will be worthy of it JigbtMayMy path may lead through shadowed night bywayBut I miss There lies a nameless strength in this v I will be worthy of it Ella Wheeler Wilcox f Wise Advice Without labor there 4s no arrIvIng at rest nor without fighting can the victory be reached Be thou therefore always prepared for the fight if thou t wilt have the victory Thomas a Kempis I r T iIceLLcc1 i FOR CASH AND- r CASH ONLYk JtU I J Q N a lC7f 500 and 1000 Pound Coupon Books For Sale at IOper cent l Discount II i l- rll S ringfieldWate ra1Jdll Electric Light f L 12 i CHAS J BONAPARTE IHONl kentucky fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 285 days Winchester August 44 days Danville August 53 days Lexington August 105 days Uriiohtovvn August 115 days Burkesville August 114 days Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Shepherd ville August 184 days Lawrqnceburg August 184 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TriCounty daysVanceburgEwing August 203 days London August 254 days daysBurlington daysMorgantown daysHardipsburg daysMonticello daysGlasgow Tf oog MfARMThe IfI nothing else Good grade draft horses are still in demand Raise a few Vlth your other planning figure on raising a colt or two this year Farm folks need the smile just as much as the crops need the sun shined The stock market Is the last place in the world where the farmer wants to venture Comfortable quarters for the hogs Ofltheand let the stock clean i up all the small potatoes and the halfrotted ap pies I The prosperity of the farmer was honestly earned which Is more than can besaid for the success of some business enterprises t The farmer must plan the work carefully and keep the farm help thox oughly biisy if he is to realize a profit willIlug in their not eating it so fast It pays for the sake of the hogs to have a large field Why not raise a few mules They mature younger and can be set to hard work any time between two and three years of age a thing you cant do with the young horse A good time to begin with sheep Get a small flock and start it on pas ture and you will be ready to give them good care next fall Meanwhile plan your winter quarters selectedJprove the wisdom of the farmer in thee es of his less careful and provident neighbor when the two stands of corn of the coming season are compared Fruit trees need much potash and phosphbrus Stable manure has these elements in a smaller proportion than some other kinds of fertilizer Wood ashes are probably the most perfect fertilizer known for fruit trees and plants This sounds well and we believe it is true Farming isa profession re quiring more shrewdness than law more technical training than medicine more uprightness than theology more brains and resourcefulness than pedagogy It is its own reward Yes the cow did kick but that was no excuse for you losing your temper and lamming her unmercifully with farmIer say t cost him the profits on a cow for three days for the beating he had given the cow rSnewlyrfirst milk Many a lambs life can be saved by a little attention at this time It often occurs that the teat becomes clogged and will not yield to the efforts of the lambkin Lend a helping hand The falldropped colt is more con venient on the average farm than those born in the spring Some of the horses on nearly every farm are idle all winter anyway and the mares might better be nursing colts and giv Ipg them a good start than to be eat ing their heads off and giving nothing in return Let the boys on the farm have some animal or plot of ground which is Ithempersonal Interest in farm matters and will learn by practical experience the ins andouts of stock raising and farm ing This will tie them to the farm as nothing else will In estimating the amount of seejji needed for a certain field it Is quite essential that you know Its dimen sions within reasonable accuracy But do you Is it not largely guess work A good cotton cord the size of a plow line should be kept for a measuring line To make one buy 70 feet of cot ton cord fasten a ring at each end and make these rings exactly 66 feet apart This is four rods Tie a piece of red cloth in the center One acre of ground will be the length of tour of these Cords and 24 cords wider equal to 16x10 rods making 160 square rods to the acre SISSISsSISSIS S1SIIS IA Good Garden H l iRakesHoes Spades Etc Etc And th- eBestH Garden Plowon MARKET Is the familys living through the summer months therefore it pays to CULTIVATE IT WELL To do this you must have the Best Garden Tools The successful farmer is the farmer who thesuccessfulardenerisWe carry the BEST in stock our prices are kat6ur1ine1 3d3- i 3 S33S3333d d 3 d 3 3 3 JEEE WE WANT YOU TO SEE OUR T w T PERFECTION OIL STOVES TiyTHERE ARE NONE BETTER = CC EEe eeC e roE = EE FitEEEiz E CacF EEEEE Do You RangeIfFull line Lawn Mowers Refrigerators Water Coolers etc When You need cc usfigger a SHULTZ RIEDEL I III SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Pain Weakens Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any systemthey Almostinstant tained by taking Dr Miles Anti Paill Pills and with aftereffectsTake tion of an attackit will ward it off They are a soldby25 doses 25centsnever sold in bulk headachestimes I was almost unfitted for tho ofstationor a friend I trIed Dr Miles Anti beenthatheadachesthattliatisclalI1edRUSSELLAgt la AntiPainPIllsthemTheyme MRS M J HAMILTON lllsYourtoreturnyouMiles Ind The SUN 1 Have You- Used If not then do so when you YforPaint and pricesfurnished StrasselGans Paint Co INCORPORATED Paints Oils Brushes Glass Etc 215 W Market St Louisville Ky Glue Clothes Together The Corean tailor does not stitch garments He pastes the edges tgether and presses them down Cor s eans carry glue around to sUck their clothes together when they are torn The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Journal both ont year 4 + I e iii Announcement i I WOOL WOOL i WOOLIiIThe CAMPBELLSV1LLE MANUFACTURING CO Of CmpbeIIsviIIe Kentucky thatAany farmer needs such as YARNS LINSEY JEANS FLANNEL BLANKETS E p LADIES FLANNEL SKIRTS ETC ETC lY Our Motto Honest Goods at Reasonable Prices I Our goods art All WOOL Full Width and Fast Colors ISee one of our agents who will show you our sample 1Get our terms and sendus your wool KyA i I JE HARMON Agent M ckville Ky 26 G W PETERSON General Manager I Ii s i a4Y i I lTHESPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY rf Y27 1908 I y HA VE YOU TRIED J ja cVj y tI t- yIYJ i i i 1 3 u c rtIti J 4t J r I Jf ientucky t t l 9 f Stiir t 2 jr IPIour f r4 f S I t L f Ie ctL i2 t i- jA1xks Rrfsw v c f = u a 7 1p1yf nr s t J t n r ti ITS THE BESTr C In t tInQuicksand f Harrodsburg Herald Some days ago Mr A T Leonard who lives on the Robert Forsythe farm on Salt rivet iought a horse in town ahd took it home with him but next day the anir wasithought it had gotten out and gone tt its former home On Saturday Mrs t Enoch Godfrey was going down the river and found that the animal had gone to the stream for water at a point where a fence had been run into the riyer so that stock could drink and had become mired in quicksand uj to the shoulders and was held so tight that it could move nothing but its head He notified Mr Leonaidand aid men were put to work and after excavating in the mud and water for seyeral hours got him out The animal did not seem much the worse from its three days fast and on being placed on terra firma immediately began nibbling blue grass Of Interest To Democrats 1ri1 r I The National Democratic Congress ional Campaign Committee has begun active operations at its headquarters at Washington D C In addition to its regular work it is now preparing a Campaign handbook which it hops to have ready for distribution by July 1 = two or three months earlier than here tofore The Committee is charged with the duty of assisting in every way possi ble theelection of a Democratic Con gressiWe wish the active cooperation of every yoter in the The United Statl who believes with us that the election of a Democratic Congress would great ly benefit the country We must rely upon the people to sustain our work by giving information as to locql condi tions and suggestions for our guidance Each individual can at least aid us by making a contribution Will he not do so and interest others in helping us too v We wish our Campaign handbook distributed as generally as possible and we will furnish a copy as soon as pub lished to everyone who contributes to our Committee t Send remittances me at Washing ton D CI t JAMES T LLOYD o Chairman V4 J frhe Springfield Sun iOO per year The Springfield Sun 100 per year John R binsons Big CircusIWILL EXH BIT AT LEBANON Indications are that a la ge crowd will attend from here Very low excur s on rates will be in effect on all rail ads The Show under the management of ohn Robinson is enjoying its eighty seventh year ofprosperity and is one c f the foremost amusement attractions c f America rf not of the world It numbers among its arenic lay c rites some of the mbst expensive and lest acts that money can procure The apt French troupe of American Cav- a rymen in expert teats of daring and original horsemanship James Dutton Co three in number Europes great e 3t riders and twenty equestrians asso e ates forty joyous subjects of King Momus in a gleeful sufficency and more than a hundred other foreign and American features in three rings and an elevated stage ahd lintroducing Monster Herd of Trained Elephants Big Realistic Wild West School of Wonderful Trained M gage Horses Great Musical Ballet and 300 Daring Gymnasts Nimble Ac obats and tal ented aerIalists The Robinson show Has always been famed for its menagerie and this sea son finds the zoological annex the most I complete ever carried tented show comprising costly bia animals from every sectionof globe This splendid array of animal talent will be f seen in the big daily street Parade pro nounced by all as the most gorgeous and elaborate pageant dfmodern times comprising more than a mile of gold encased wagons chariots and 500 of the finest horses This is the only big show that is not in the circus trust and no advance in the prices will be made 1SH SCORED THAT TIME Oh Orusiybuy angrily Why dont you write just as I say it Typist Because my typewriter basat a cold In the head lt Losing Their Sting According to a correspondent in Country Life many posters were deg strayed in a Lincolnshire railway station during the summer by wasps If only these insects would take this HP as a hobby and would exercise a cer tain amount of discretion in it we would be prepared to drop calling them pestsLondon Punch Turning of the Cat There Is a cunning which we in Eng land call The turning of the cat in the pan It which is when that which a man says to another he lays it as if another had said it to him Francis Ba- con5000MOI Prize Puzzle Can You Solve It The Celebrated 15 Puzzle 6 I 5t4 Take any of the numbers 1 2 3 45 6 7 8 9 and place in the nine squares on this or a separate sheet of paper so that any way it is read it will make 15 The same number cannot be used more than once I Every person sending in correct solution wilt be entitled to share in a grand distribution of cash value prizes amounting and to each person a songbook containing 50 old favorite songs with words and music Winners will be notified by mail only Cut this out and send your so lution of puzzle with name and address to MontenegroRiehm Music CoI- NCORPORATED 628 and 630 Fourth Avenue 25r Allowed Evasion For Once One of the bestknown judges in severityCm uncompromising to the traditions of procedure had occasion recently to try a case in which one of the witnesses happened to bean actress of no small popularity in the south It chanced that the nature of her evidence was such that the usual question aboutxhcr age was not likely to be omitted so when she came to the stand his honor told the court clerk to suspend action for a moment J then turning to the actress he demanded Vacant how old are you Twentysix replied the witness who is 36 if she is a day politeIIY ney for the defense erossTexamiiied ymL And now that you hove told us your age do you swear to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth HEAR HEAR Old Girl And why did you leave your last mistress Young DIttoIll tell you when you tell me why your last maid left you DISCOVERING MEXICAN TOWNS The federal government in view of the fact that there is not a single map of the republic containing all the towns and ranches of the different districts has decided on the tnt creation of the Sociedad Geografica Exploradora whose members are traveling throughout the republic drawing up plans of the different districts visited by them says the Mexican Herald Very curious occurrences are reported It is said that members of the commission when exploring woods and valleys have discovered towns of from 100to 500inhabitants the existence of which were unknown these people living completely isolated from the rest of the world ONLY ONE LIFE The chief of the fire department of Philadelphia watching a danger oils fire in that city not longago was amazed by the daring of are cruet in the service a yo ung fellow plainly of German origin After the new fireman had emerged from hisTperilous position the chief met him with many expres stuns commendation and admira titiu Yell done Hans my boy pi exclaimed he But I never expected to sec you alive again Alife again repeated the Ger man surprised TVy I haint peen dead yet Illustrated Sunday rngzin rEART FAILURE Yeat havp great faith in the fund she confided Now I returned a quarter I had taken out of Johns pocket five years ago land he dropped mea ten dollar note as a reward for my hon esty Do you think your husband would drop anything if you should return him a quarter under the same circumstancesHer curiouslyb p Yes she replied solemnly hed drop dead NOT A RAPID GAME The train was just pulling out of the Grand Central station in Now York Wouldnt you like to play a game of chess asked the man with the derby hat I wont have time replied the man addressed Im only goingas far as goYonkers Sates man ir rat NOTICE ItCHICKEN RAISERS rfR 41144 cures Cholera Gapes Roup Canker and Limberneck Price 50c h t No cui eJ IMo pay Guaranteed by 1 t ro HAYDON toe Druggist Cures Gapes Instantly f Bardstoton May 4 1908 One drop of R41144 dropped down f the bill of a g ping chicken kills the instantyWhen f preventive I have ever known WILL COOMES v CLUBBING RATES WITH I LOUISVILLE DAILIES f The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier tr Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 8 7f The Sun one year and the daily Courier Journal any three yadays in the week six i months Z 301 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville dailySaHerald one year 3 25 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 Gal IITHE SUN ANDBothpapers 1 yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125i aWeeklyWeekly Atlanta 176- SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist r 175 American Epitomist 15GiAm 50erlcanBreeders Gazette 5225 Country Gentleman ist52lOQf Farm and Firesiden1 B1S Farm Field and Firesid6i 1It765 I Review of Reviews L 325 Lippincottfs Magazine JJ 285 s azine 400 x Ledger Month 175JHarpers Magazine t 435 Harpers Weekly s 4SSunny South t iRMtr rr t 1 if i TfHE to JI SPRINGFIE D SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1908 I i SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY L SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher entered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION E1oo81zThree Months 25 tWIn writing to have your address changed always the postoffice to which your paper IB goingas well as the postoffice to which you wish It sent J1 DEMOCRATIC TICKETar t FOR CONGJ1ESSIt r HON BEN JOHNSON OF NELSON COUNTYlx ANNOUNCEMENTS t5 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A C thenomiriatisubject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies r Richard Bobhtt Sam J Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and Hubert Virgin F FOR SHERIFF JiAnderson i theDemocraticGroake Geo Powell Sam Hale and H R JSddleman f xACALL fi By order of the Democratic State he Executive Committee of Kentucky a Democratic State Convention is called LexingtonThursdaYv r the purpose of appointing delegates to the National Democratic Convention 1which will assemble in the City of Den fron July 7th 1908 to nominate can idates for President and Vice President of the United States x IThe Democrats of each County arid s where a county embraces more than r one legislative district of each legisla live district will assemble in mass cop Ittyention in their respective county seats and districts as aforesaid on Saturday June 6th 1908 at the hour of two oclockp rnf on said day and appoint delegates to represent the said counties and districts respectively in- Statethe Convention The basis of representation in the State Convention shall be one delegate for each two hun dred votes and fraction of oyer one hundred votes cast Jn the respective counties and districts for the Democratic Electors in the Presidential Elec tion of 190- 4Witness my hand as Chairman of the CommitIteeLEWIS McQuowN Chairman Democratic State Executive Committee r i In obedience to the above I hereby cNall the Democrats of Washington county together in massconvention at the court house ifr Sprin field Satur day June 6th at 20cloclt p m to select delegates to the Democratic State o LexingtonSKy Chairman Democratic Committee Washington County l 5Ol yISECOND HAND c SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE I All Makes Good asNew GOOD ONES I RANGING IN PRICES FROM 250 to 15 All GUARANTEE to do GOOD WORK gooMachine d J F BISHOP Stablex SPRINGFIELD KY i HARDESTYv jrThe farmers are glad to seethe sunshine and most of them are about through planting their Mr Will Gray and cornoIwere guests of Misses gene Goatley of Valley Hill Sunday Mr jDudley Barlow andWife of Woo a dn spent Saturday njgbtand s with Mr W B Barlow and ndty Ed Smothers and children spent Sunday with her sister Mrs JM Sales BMri Evan Crow wife and son of aystwithl ar9ws2Mrs H J fMisses Texie and Lqcy Barlow Mar tha Ida and Ethel Gray and Bell Har din Messrs Herbert Hardest Y Hugh Sanford and Oldham Williams were the pl strt guests of Mrs Eliza Mit ell Sunday =Mr RL Gray atidjjrother Edd at tedd l church at Willisburg Sur day nigh 4 =We are sprry to report Mr H rry Pinkgton very ill of pneumonia Sg Wej have a verv interesting Sunday schoolat Hardesty School house Ev erYSot y is invited toi attend Mrf and Mrs C JKefAAuAy qf Val ey Hill were in our midst Saturday af ternoon Mrs Mollie Williams and slaughter Fannie were in Springfield one day last vfreeK on business WHITE HALL Ell Birch vas in Springfield Satur day on i business f G D Shewmaker and spn visited rel ativei at Tablow Sa day Earl and Dewey Ruby spent Satur dayrl1ght with their cousin Opha Cook sey Mr and Mrs Sab i Cook ey Mr and Mrs JjJarney Harlo spent Sunday with Dhineotnear11Cormshvll1e Mr J H Hays i nd wife spent Sunday with the family of Mr Nat Old hani of Cardwell Mr and Mrs Elvlh Birch spent Sun day with Mr Loney Turner Mr and MrsnL poRiley visited their daughter Mjrs Lillie Scruggs Sunday Mr and Mrs G D Shewmaker and little daughter Bertha spent Monday with the family of Aaron Murphy Mr swan Mrs Pee Noel entertained quite a number of young people on last Saturday night in honorof J P Noel SYCAMORE VALLEY 1 The Sunday school at this placei progressing nicely There will be a decoration of th Hillsboro cemetery obi Saturday Jun 6 Everybody is cordially invited t attend The serVice of visiting ministers will be highly appreciated Miss ZelmaMcIlvoy of St Cather ines spent from Friday until Monday with her parents At this place A good many of the farmers of thi section have engaged theirlambs a 5 and 6 cents Rev and Mrs W IS Sutherland of Buffalo are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland Quite a number from this place attended the decoration at Pleasant Grove Saturday Mrs Sleet Pinksto n and little daughter are visiting the jfamily of J S In man Mrs Pinkstori will soon join her husband in Illinois Mrs B H Mcllyojr is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Thomas Barley spent Sundayevening withMr and MrsJ- D Sutherland i Mrs Sweeney of Mackville spent a few days last week with her daUghter Mrs Will Bowles The contractor has begun work on the new road CARD WELL Prof Sanders closed his singing at- M t Freedom Sunday evening Mrs Eliza Foster had a valuabl- mare mid colt to die last week from colic Mr Davis Noel and family spent Sunday with WL Qraham Mr Robert Masters and family left for Illinois last week to make their fu ture home I Mrs Mattie Riley of Mackville i spending a few weeks with Mrs E T Perkins at this place E a Holiday sold to J A Kyler on aged horse for 105 J R Word had his cow killed last week She was found out on the high way with her leg broken We have a stock Jaw in this district Graham Perkins spent Monday i Lawrenceburg looking for horses The have bought and sold about twent head of horses in the last thirty days at prices from 100 to 175 per head= TheY will be in Springfield Monday Mr W D White while unloading a monument aft Mt Freedom last week came near breaking his leg As luc would have it he got off with his ankle out of place He is doing as wel- as could be expected at this writing Graham plutg horse in a 7750 MACKVILLE j Mr Wilbur Peter of iHarrodsburg visited his daughters Mrs Harry Riley last week Mr Joe Wycoff was in Springfield Monday Miss1 Marguerite Isham who for the past ten months has been attending school at Beaumont College Harrods burg has returned home Drs McChord and Fulmart of Lebjanon were here Sunday Mrs Jim Seay of Harrodsburg vis ited her sister MrsGH Hickerson last week Dr E N Johnson of Ldudsyille was here Saturday and Sunday X Mr CW Camden and wife were in Harrodsburg Saturday Quite a number from this place attended the Decoration at Pleasant Grove last Saturday afternoon The announcement was made that there would be an annual Decoration on the third Saturday in May Dr and Mrs WT Barnett were in Texas last Tuesday Mrs J H Hopper and Miss Frances Litsey were in town Friday Mr Boone Mays and wife of Peoria Ill are here on accountof the illness of Mr Mays mother Mrs G H Hick arson who is quite sick Mr J M Smith and Dr WT Barnett were in Springfield Monday MrWmNaI1y and Wife of Spring field visited at the home of Mr Uriah Shewmaker Sunday IMarried on May 21st at the hone of Mrs A G Uumey Miss Ada T meyj and Mr Jim Graves the ceremon be jng performed by Rev Cole pastor of the Christian church only a few rela tives and friends being present After the ceremony they left for Salvisa to spend several days with Mr Gr yes sister Mrs Mag Slaughter Mr Jim Wheeler after spa ding several weeks with relatives near own has returned to his home in Kansa Mr Marion Sweeney left Sunday for Bowling Green to spend a few daysI with his son Mr Will Sweeney quite sick Mr Will Sweeney has been attending the B G B U at that place for the past five months Mrs Sudie Hyatt who has been vist iting at tiie home of Rev Walker for several days has returned to her home in Springfield Miss Sharp of Salvisa is visiting her father Mr John A Sharp Dr W W Hyatt of Wilhsburg was in town Sunday Miss McGill and Dr Stallard of Springfield were in town Friday after noon Dr RoBards of Harrodsburg was here Sunday YsThureeeMr G L Warner wife find daug ter Mrs J A Sharp were in Har- rodsbuIg shopping one day last week Mrs Dick Baker of Springfield is visiting her brother Mr G H Hicker son this week The ladies of the Presbyterian church thetare invited to attend VirenceburgFrank Shewmaker lastweek Several from this place attended the Grades School entertainment in Spring field last Tuesday evening There will be an entertainment given at the Christian church on Sunday eve ning June 7th CANARY We are glad to report Mrs Robert Milton much improved at this writing Mrs Powers has returned home after visiting Mr and Mrs W T Philips Mrs Bettie Canary and daughter Adray were in Mackville Saturday and SundayMrs WmMiltonjwas with Mrs Rob ert Milton Mondayh Miss May Lanham has returned home JamesLanham hiseday night sisterAdaMisses Fen ick of Fenwick Sunday Mr Robert Milton bought two horses from Mr Byron Parks price 225 SatsUly a Very little corn has been planted in soeMr James Anderson and wife were with the latters parents Mr and Mrs Henry Whiteman near Booker Sun day Simmstownnwas f SundayYburg one day last week Miss Margaret Hiatt is still with her sister Miss Jewell iHiatt of Mackville Mr W T Philips Co are going andkcarry ss Wheat looks well but there will be 1no tobacco raised in this community this year The Spring Qld Sun LOf per year y srJ 11jI on en s and Boys I CLOTHINGOur spring purchasewas unusually large this season in Clothing and rather than take chances ve will begin tIght now in the middle pi the season TO SLASH PRICES This is ofIitsAEach and ever one of these prices will be GREATLY REDUCED We will include in IIthIS sale our entire stock of Mens Youths and hlldren s Odd Pants at Cut Prices I LJRATED 3- HATS SOLEAENT5III flatsII Newest lasts u in Young Mens OXFORDS New things in Shirts Collars and Ties I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO I INCORPORATED HILLSBORO News is Vary scarce this week but I will try and fill mv spaceIMr Henry Jbert Hines and wife and Sanford White and wife dined at the home of L R White Sunday Albert S Hines solda bunch of fat hogs to Mike Fitzgerald for 40 Mrs Mat inman and Ethel Pinkston spent Monday with J S Sutton and family oJ A Coulter sold a bunch of fat hogs to Mike Fitzgerald for 05 Brater Brothers sold a nice lot of lambs and hogs to W Yankey price 5 cents per pound Mr Otis Harmon purchased a nice mare and colt for 120 J ohnC Settles boughif the Lev Brown place Price 60 per acre MrFitch Godby has joined the standing army His friends regretted to see him go Mr Dave Hines who has beenyisit ing friends and relatives here has re turned to his home in Oldham county Mr FelL Noel was in Springfield Monday on business lIrWiIl Logsdon of Indianapolis Ind was in our midst Sunday Mr JD Sutherland was in Litsey Monday Mr Sanidrd Whiter of Lebunon has moved in the house with his latter toI make his home this year The Springfield Sun 100 per year HAPPY HOLLOW V z Mr Gilbert Chesser of near Polinf spent Saturday and Sunday with hiss sister Mrs Solomon Kays off this place Miss Hallie Keeling spent Thursday- wth j Miss Myrtle Armstrong MrsJ M Shields and daughter Miss Sarah were in Willisburg Saturday Mrs J S Thomas and children and afteroInoon Thre was a large crowdat Sunday schop at Hiilsburo Sunday afternoon Mis Mallie Shields spent Sunday night with her sister Mrs Sabe Coul ter of near here Several from this place attended meeting at Wfllisburg Sunday night Mr Sanford White and wife and Miss Bessie White spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Albert Hines of Hillsboro There will be decoration at the HIlls boro church the first Saturday in June Everybody invited r I CE IDEEP REEK r Since my last letter appeared in The Sun there have been few happenings Mrs Sallie McGnaw and little son Freddie of Louisville who have been visiting her mother Mrs Maw Brad ley of Boyle county and numerous other relatives and friends the past three weeks spent Tuesday with her thisIhere are feeling much pride in their pretty gardens that have grown so well in spite of the cold and disagreeable weather and now they ire turIas Decoration services held at Antioch Ibe Saturday afternoon the 30th The meeting which has been started upat Wesley Chapel since the closing out at the Grove is said to be doing nicely Mr James Isham will lead it next Tuesday night and the sut ject selected is a real good one The Sunday School which his recently be gun there is reported good and is he a ing well attended Mark and Mandeville Law 1Messrs Springfield paid their uncle Mr and Mrs Will H Elliott t pleasant visit Sunday Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman EUiottIon Mr and Mrs Johnnie Elliott visited Bradliley cousin tt lOne day lat week while feeding a little child scarcely three years said tell the Sun meaning The grandfatherI turkeysthe sun rises and let them eat grass rMay Change Conditions has been discovered by- a Shanghai scientist of softening and degumming the ramie fiber by which it becomes superior to cotton yarn and much like silk A secret process does the work in ten minutes This ts likely to revolutionize the textile trade of China and to affect the Unitedl4States cotton exportsh Ir = = I I DownandOutII I Put up your SCREENS in time J Save trouble and worry I We handle both ODD and REGULAR SIZES in DOORS I and WINDOWS and can put them up for youtPRICES RIGHT Springfield Lumber Co I i r t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 7 I 8 5J i- A rrrrrrr s rr1 1 TeniDaY s Sale j At Grundy Mclntires j i 1 ForI 2 CASH K I 1 0n1IyJ L I The seasan = this I I Dr RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Once in Hagon Block upstairs Local News r Read my ad Jam paying 12Jc cash grid14c in trade for eggs E C Cox FoR RENT Groceiy room formerly occupied by Irvine McElroy and office formerly occupied by W F Neikirk Apply tO W K ROBERTSON The ladies of the Mackville Presby terian church will give an ice cream supper on the night of June 5 in the church yard at Mackville FOR SALETwosets single harness and one set double harness G W LYON Mr Dayidson Reid and Miss Hattie Rice were awarded medals for scholar ship at the close of the Springfield Graded High School i I will pay 12c cash and 14c In trade for eggs E C Cox insure In the Farmers Home 1 sort ance Company the only company that pays its losses in full J NT ells General Mnj Tunctiori City Ky The strawberry arid ice cream supper given by the ladies of the Presbyterian church last Friday evening was a success t trom every standpoint The prc ceeds amounted to over 60 ISPECIAL PRICES ON Floor Oil Cloth Linoleumns lWa tings Ir Carpets and II Wall At Reduced PriceS ISpecial Prices will Also bey Made on Mens Clothing IH I i backward has forced reduction I Grundy Nitlntire rrrrrrrwrGoT Burton Extracted Notes Druggets CL Brady Rt 3 has for sale from 500 to 800 bushels of prn Will sell in any amountfrom ha f bushel up CQURT DAY SALES Auctioneer S M Campbell reporta the following sales for last Monday IT yearling steers 2350 12 Y yearling steers 2475 6 yearling steers 25jGO 10 Short two yearolds 2940 71 Short two ear olds 286 9one dry cow 4150 one two steer 33 two heifer calves 1650 twenty head of registered Jersey cows for W C1 Rogers of Lebanon from 45 to 65 one three yearold horse mule 13450 two yearl I ing horse mules 4250 per head two yearling mare mules 50 per head one old mare P 30 one bay horse 65 one bay mare 100 pone black mare 75 Notice Notice All parsons indebted to the estate of J 11 Burton deceased please call at the Peoples Deposit Bankand settle their accounts It is necessary for the estate to be settled immediately Also all persons holdmjf claims against said estate please present them properly proven J ABoULWARE Executor J M Burton Deceased DR VV V STALLARD wwOffVT T w SPRINGPIEiyt KY PHONE 72 Over MiiElroy Shaders Grocery S TEETH XT ACTED VT119 T PAIN OR DANGER No Charge WHen Plat s are Wanted Notice to Bee People If yourtBees need attention or trans ferring write to or call upon WILLSONi 3 IIJ w HARPOON i j 1v1I big head bone and foot and a fine show Jack Harpoon is uy sKing Ihker out of Nannie Harris a 15 hand black jennet that wantingI 2Ibreed your jennets to HARPOON I i i WWEMcElroyt r r Itadies LeNnon Ky IeiI Springfield IKentucky Ir rrrjSPARROW Invitations have been issued an nouncing the wedding of H L Olm ofIStewart Ky The wedding will take place at the home ot the bride May 25 newlyIhome Maya long and happy married life be theirs iQUltP a large crowd attended church Mound last Sunday The following Ministers were present Revs IJ A SimsjTD gird C C Allenj A Harding and H L Olmstead The withIby Harding and Olmstead Rev Harding delivered a very eloquent sermon at 11 a m sub ject The Biblealso at 730 p m subject f Conversion All present serVJCCfiFarmers are very corn IVithIa more days most of the farm ers will get their crops in Wheat rye and grass of all kinds were never known to he better in this timeIDennis one 5yearold mare for 125 W R Moore and R L Martin were at Lawrenceburg one day last week on business David Yocum and family were guests of Mrs Allie Barnettlast Sunday The churchbe dedicated the third Sunday in June Di H Friend of Bowling Green will deliver the dedicatory address All are cordially invited to attend 1Mrs A Cranfill of Vandyke spent a few days last week with her sister Mrs J 0 Webb Mrs J 0 Webb who has been sei ouslYill for some time is no better Base Ball b t In the game of ball yesterday be tween Bloomfield and Springfield the home team upon by a score of 7 to 4 seasonIla firstclass ball team this season The DOVS all played their part well and Rob homeIthen ever before J Tomorrow Thursday there will be atJMarys College OOOOOOOOCCCOOOOCCOOCOOOOOOI FLOUR iASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or Springfields Choice MANUFACTURED BY J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT CXX5QOGOOGGOOOOGCteGOOOOOOOO aQ QaaaaaaoQaQ-e Q Personal Notes o Q e Visitors In and Out of TownA tt Round Up of the Weeks a Personal News at aaoaaa O aDQ Miss Hadgie Brown ism Louisville this week Mr MaurayDurrett who has been attending State College in Lexington has returned home r AMr Joe McClasky who has been attending school here has returned to his home in Bloomfield LMiss Sue Ray has returned from Batle Creek Michigan where she accompanied Miss Louise McElroy Miss Laura Shehan is visiting relatives and friends at Maud this week iMrs W E Leachman has returned from a several days visit to relatives in Louisville tMr Mike Cohan who has been here for several weeks left Tuesday for Germany Mrs LizzldDurrettand son Joseph spent several days in Louisville past week 1 r Mr and Mrs Yancey Barber of Bardstown spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J L Barber Attorney E 1r Hardin of Har rodsburg has been attending court Miss Mayme Allen is visiting rela tjves in Elizabethtown and Louisville- Miss Eula Wathen of Bardstown Junction is the guest of Miss Flaget SImmsMiss Flora Mudd has Returned to Louisville after a visit to her mother Mrs T C lhidd iMrs W F Grigsby Misses Jennie r dpkendolpher and Susie Moore are vis itingat Wilmore Mr L 0 McCarty has returned from a visit to relatives in Campbells yille Mr Booker McClasky and Miss Ethel McClasky of Bloomfield visited relatives here last week Miss Ida McClure who has been teaching school here for the past year will return to her home at High Grove Thursday Mr Chas Greene has accepted a position at LaGrango MISS Joe Wycoff of Mackyille was Here the first of the week Mr Rod Wharton ot Louisville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J L Wharton ft Mr and MrsJ L Allen spent Sunday with Mis Allens mother in Louisville Dr J B RoBards of Harrods burg is spending few days here lion W D Claybrooke and wife were in Lexington st week Mr and Mrs Carl Litsey and little daughter Sarah spent Sunday herewith Mrs Litsey s parents Judge and Mrs Selecman TMr and Mrs Robert Durrett of Wakefield are visiting Mr J R Clay brooke and family near town Mrs Sue Knott and daughter Miss Mayme will leave Friday for a visit to relatives in Bardstown Miss Carrie Edelen was in Louis vile last week to see her brother Mr Tom Edelen who is seriously Ill Mr J J McCabe has returned from a weeps stay in Louisville Mrs B B Waters Mr and Mrs Will Mahoney ami Miss Bonnie Waters of Louisville attended the funeral of Mrs Lee Willett here Monday Bargains I During the next Few Days I offerEvery Hat IN MY HOUSE AT Greatly Reduced Prices am sure a visit from you to my Millinery Store will convince you that I am quoting some low PricesMiss Willie Knott I 4 T 4Hir+ ZI1IIZfZt I + + II Want Produce 1 o Wi + t+ ESPECIALLYi t + i Eg1gsI 1y t UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT I will Guarantee foEggsttt vfi i 1 Others may see this advertise ft tol ment and putthe price up but t in all fairness you will certainly tif gve me the credit for putting tif w Ttheu v c1ii l advanced since last week V c 7 rW f tW Remember I will pay + w 12 4f I 2 c Cash I 1i JItttt z 8 ftCome to see me I am sel ing SOME GOODS At COST + in order to make room for i new refrigerator and will 1 soon be handling Fresh Meats of all kinds Groceries as usa il at Low PrIcesi r t I ffi Wiiti ft ++ tf Dr Joe Mudd and grandson of Louisville are visiting relatives here Miss Margie Graham who has been ill of tonsilitis is able to be out Miss Bertha Haydon spent Sunday with Miss Catherine Spalding Df Leb anon Miss Virginia Goodloe of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Lydia Wil liams of MhpleHi1l I Miss Emily B Russell is at home from Louisville for a few days vaca tion She will leave June 1 for a visit to Miss Laura R Forbes at Saranac NY v Miss Luella Butler of Scottsboro Alay will arrive here the latter part of the week to spend a few days with Mrs W D Claybrooke Mr andMrsJ B Peyton who have been living in Louisville for the past year have returned to Washing ton county and will spend the summer here Misses Ellen Gregory and Mae Bell Gibbs who have been attending Beau mont College in Harrodsburg have re turned home l1rW T Leachman is ill at his home here and his friends and phy sician are feartul that his illness maybe typhoid fever Miss Lucile Noe has been quite ill of pneumonia but she is now much im proved Mr JV Tucker of near town is recovering from an attack of bron chial pneumonia and bilious fever Mr Thad Cheatham who is studying telegraphy in Cincinnati is here to spenda while with friends and relatives He will return next week and will be accompanied by his VlfeIMrs Smith of spending a few days here with her daughter Mrs Joseph Claybrooke has returned home She was accompanied by Mrs Claybrooke Clelland BobUtk attended the an nual meeting of the VVomans Board of Home Mission at Elizafcethtown last Thursday asa delegate of the ChilI drens Brigade of the Methodist church of this place Miss Lizzie Hopkins also Attended the meeting Mrs James Haydon of near Bards town and Mr and Mrs Edgar Haydon SunIdayHaydon Mr A H Butler of Albertsville Ala was here last Thursday night 101 j ClaybrookeIMr Butler attended the Cottonseed Crushers Association j The following from this place at tended the Knights of Columbus meet ing in Lebanon Sunday Messrs Sam i IiI r n Chas Mclntire k Ben Cecil Alex and Willard Thomp s son Geo D Robertson Jr Arthur McGill Will Robertson C J Haydon CIIM J A Boulware and son Ricjk etts attended the commencement exer cises of the Eminence School last Thursdayi l son of Mr Boulware who attends that school was awarded a scholarship to the Georgetown or State College besides he carried off the medal fo r Attend ance and Deportment Mr JBoulware has returned home but Rl kettsr mained in Eminence to visit r latives The Springfield Sun 100 per year WHEN YQUWAVT TO KE Q COOL y t- t GO TO rt Allens Ice Cream Parlort Confectionery You will always find at Allens the best Ice Cream Refreshing Soft Drinks and the best Candies and Fruits the market affords r LeonAllenProprietor i 15 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1908 i clil Reflected ProposalI t kCopyright by Daily Story Pub Co Well So youve decided to re member my existence at last have you It Is so flattering to be home three weeks and never even hear from It our oldest friends The girl raised herself among the cushions to extend a slim brown hand I in greeting then curled up again like a tired kitten the bronze of her hair mingling distractingly with the golds and browns of the cushions and big John Morton stood wondering at Its tumbled glory when he should have been telling the girl how much he had missed her and how pleased he was to See her again etc I hope nothing so dreadful as dumbness has overtaken you John the girl continued solicitously her gray eyes dancing bewitchingly 4 Nothing has overtaken me Peggy that is nothing disagreeable Mor tort lifted a white kitten out of a htfge leather chair and settled himself com fortably before the glowing fire But tell me about yourEelf girlie and your picnicing in the mountains it was a picnic wasnt it He lifted the kit ten by the ears and settling it on his knee much against Its will began to- stroke it reflectively Jack told me Pete Thompson joined the party over on the other side He was our salvation Johqu Peggy sat up and pounded the pillows vigorously then heaped them upa rainbow pyramidand settled her ijhead on the pile with a sigh of phys Ical wellbeing and feminine content Dull blues and greens harmonize i beautifully with bronze hair and jKnehow all the dull blue and green pillows were piled on top We had grown dreadfully tired of each other Nick had told all his 4jokes a hundred times and Sam and Rob had cracked their voices trying to sing Mother was growing uneasy about the canned goods and fathers winter flannels left rout of the cedar chest Aunt Hannah felt the need of another course of ma sageherpre digested foods had all given out too Iand I was on the verge of hysteria mental aberrations or something of that sort when Pete arrove He soon had Everything running smoothly again And what a glorious time we had She cuddled down among the cushipns again and smiled at TohzL dn a way which only Peggy smile that set all her dimples playing t Jifoe and seek yet left her eyes calm and dreamyuHe knew just where to 1t IIIO go could tell papa all about the fish lug and Aunt Hannah all about the rocks in the neighborhood helped mama buy blankets and preserves at I half priceln a word he was all things to all men And what was he to Peggy A spot of crimson gathered on each round cheek and anger blazed in the clear eyes I dont see how that coulJ possibly stood Looking Down at Her Bowed Head sp f Interest you Mr Morton J am old enough to choose my friends without0 any assistance and wise enough I think to keep each in his proper place It was a very grand Peggy who r sUpped from the old sofa and crossed to a stiffbacked chair on the other side of the room besides I think It lsabout time you dropped that silly amereIiof my tomboy days Mar garet Is a much mdreW Well go on Much more what John smiled lazily across at the little fury Whatever raised this tempest Jn a teapot Just an inoffensive iimoi cent little question about your trip It must have touched a sore not His eyes instantly grave searched the girls face I Peggys eyes blazed j If you came here to be disagreeable Mr Morton I think It about time for you to go you have accomplished your mission Lines of perplexity gathered on the mans forehead then a sudden resolve firmpressComes lets he friends again girlie I came over to telLpu a wonderful secret Iye found the j future Mrs Mortoit t I- LHe crossed over to the girl s side r i and stood looking down ait her bowed head Arent you going to wish me luck for old times sake Peggy If you have found her I dont see what more luck youwa tiPeggys voice was quick nervous Just a trifle harsh Id hate to thin that Pete and the words trailec off into si lence as Peggy smothered a sudden cough in the lace ather wrists John Mortons face lost its fresh color and his square jaws took on an extra anglEr An oath wits smothered at its birth ulve found her all right he returned but you see she doesnt know anything about it yet I carne over tonight to ask your advice bout the best way to break it to her you see girlie Im not used to this sort of thing Come tell hie about her John What is she like 1 Pegjiy slipped from the stiffbacked chair Jon to a foot stool John dropped dqwn beside her and with hands claspel around their updrawn knees they sat gazing into the cavernous fireplaceimuch as they had done in the childish days when Peggy was an enchanted princess and John a fairy prince in overalls slew the dragon as represented by1 the grinning unicorn forming ttfe and irons holding t eufore stick in the wide fireplace and rescued the princess from eternal captivity uDoI know her John Peggy con tinued as Johns eyes still clung to the blazing logs cant you even tell me about her you know we never had any secrets from each other vhen when Yes I know them n came toher rescue as he noticed the crimson tide sweeping up over her throat and cheek when yused to play at housekeeping and you tied one of four mothers aprons on and became Mrs John Morton Jolly old times werent they Peggy Watching the girl out of the corner of his eye be was almost sure he saw her lip flutter before the cruel white teeth closed down and held j t fast Well you see we were kids then and telling things came natural Do you suppose Pete for instance would find it an easy matter to describe the girl of girls tohHingswering You neednt tell me her name you know or her little intimate ways just describe her In general A sort of outline sketch and leave the filling into the hearers imagina tion Morton laughed Well since l ame to you for ad vice I guess Ill have to mention her chief charms He caught the stool and twisted 1t around till Peggy faced the fire again The oldfashioned mir ror tilted from ceiling to mantel re flecteda very quiet Peggy with a very serious raGe Shes small and dainty and lova hleis that the way the story books begin I am rather clumsy when it comes to describing a girl so youll have to make allowances Peg but shes just the dearest girl in creation and her hair iswellIts a kind of golden brown and her eyes are a jumble of colors sometimes blue and then again theyre brown or green but mostly theyre gray Moyth small teeth like pearlshang it Peggy I cant describe her but I have a picture of her if you care to see It He tried to look Ittthe girls lacerbut she kept it turned away I know its that Scott girl who spent the summer with the Daytonsr the description fits to a Tbut shes a perfect little cat I never cared for herPeggys voice was very distant and impersonal Guess again Morton laughed I never met Miss Scott Peggy reached for the white kit ten curled up on the rug at her feet but Morton caught the hand and held it close Suppose you look at the picture Peggyyou might recognize it The girl sprang to her feet but MO- rton drew her down beside hiin and held her close a momenta struggling panting little fury then placing one hand under her chin he tilted her head back till her eyes met the eyes in the mirror above the mantel Do you know the future Mrs John Morton he nsked1 with his lips close to her crinison ear is she a cat Peggy gazed at her own reflection a moment then turned In his arms till she could hide her face on his breast How could you do it John she sobbed it wasnt like you 1 had to be sure about Pete dar ling and past occurrences of a similar nature taught me f wisdom Youve kept me ontherack longer than I can remember Peggy I had to take you by storm dear Der Noise an Automobile Makes A large German woman held up a long line of people at the moneyorder window In the poston post office the other day and all because hey memory went back on her She wanted to send some money to her son a sailor on a merchant steamship then In foreign waters but when she presented the application at the window the clerk noticed that the address was tacking Well where do you want to send it he asked We cant give you the money order unless you know the name of the place Yah dots de trouble she replied I didnt pring his letter und I cant remember der name of der town but its some place out by China dot sounds like der noise an automobile makes The two clerks lo ked at each other dubiously What kind of a noise does an automobile make asked one Honkhonksuggested the other Yab dots it1 exclaimed the woman Honk Honk dots der place thelclerk I J t J M A FAIR Pr ositiJ i To Bankers Brokers and Business Men You whose conservative trainingand whosebusiness 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 67 8 or 10 per cent we have a word to say to you I We know that you know that there are hundreds of enter prises in the UnTted States and throughout the world that pay enormous dividends upon the par value of the stock You know that there are monopolies which by reasonof controlling a particu car product maker enormous profits You know that there are very corporaiBRIEFLY PROOFSTowiti ITie statement madn in the report of the United States Geo logical Survey that there are but two quarries of lithographic stone in the world one in Bavaria the other in Brandenburg Ky The same United States Government report stating as well that for quality and dependability supply the Bavarion quarries are not at this time dependable Again you know if you read the advertisement referred to that the greatest expert in the State of Kentucky after examin ing our quarry stated oyer his signature that it was practically inexhaustible As a iurther proof of the puddin in said dver tisement there was printed over the signatures of the experten gravers and transferors who have spent their lives in working upon lithographic stone positive statements to the effect that the stone frpm 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 representing the amount of our capital stock but ijp into the hundreds of millions of dollars You will know it you will do usthe kindness to read a fcopy of a letter from Robert Mayer Company importers of lithographic stone that such testimony can not and is not to be discredited You know and we most respectfully submit this proposition that no corporation could afford to make these statements that have been made by us in the advertisement referred to and in our printed literature unless they were true because we are making them to fellow citizens of this Commonwealth our next door a neighbors and not about a property a thousand miles away and out of reach but a property within a few hours ride of nearly every 1 THE PUBLIC If of failed advertisement weeks hunt your paper fromoffice better coupon below printed TO THE WAGE EARNER We earnestly ask you to give yourself the benefit of the doubt i obtain a copy of the advertisement and read it or if you read it evidentlydid not read it carefully if you read carefully you evidently failed to credit the apparently astounding statements made in it Let us have a heart to heart talk with you This proposition is open tq you also We accept subscriptions for small an amount of stock as 10 shares just give you the oppor tunity We say to you that if yoi can make it for 500 shares which you can obtain for 250 you wilt have secured a sufficient number of shares the income frot which will keep your family in comfort the rest of your lives and the lives of yoUr children and childrens children We know it isa serious thing to ask wage eatner to invest his savings a but we without hesitation that he may do so with perfect Safety There is ho risk in this proposition unless we fail to get the necessary morey buy the plant and if we fail tQ do ths the Louisville Trust Company Ky refund the amount of your subscription with 3 per cjent interest added If we succeed in doing it you 0 + = Based up n the minimum earnings of dividends to any part of the first 100000 shades will secure e stock at onehalf its par value therefore s 1000 will buy2Q shares which willupon minimum esti matedearnings pay 10 annually arid the one year after plant is in operation should be worthi6o 2500 will buy 50 shares and i shouldearn 40 annually stock should be worth year after plant is in operation 40000 5000willbuy 100 shares and earn 80 apnually stock should be worth one year after plant is in operation 80000 IWRWATERS l 1 00 OQwill buy 200 shares ind should earn 160 arinu ally should be worth one year after operationt5OOOOwill buy r0oo shares- and should earn 800 an nually stock should be worth in pne year after propuction begins 8000 1OOO will buy 2000 shares and should earn 1600 annually stock should be worth one yeaI after production begins 16 oooooi F German Stone Co tions anywhere fortunate enough to possess a physical property containing a product used allover the world and sold for a price representing forty or fifty times the cost of production should en rich its stockholder You know if you read the page advertise ment in last weeks edition that in it a claim was made by thIsrcompany that it possessed a 9J foot ledge x f lithngraphic stone underlying a 260 acre hill You know if you read said advertise ment that no corporation possessing any kindof never offered to the public greater indisputable proof as to its existence its character and its value than was furnished in said advertise ment r should + citizen in Kentucky and the proofs we are offering we could not afford to publish if they were not true for the simple reason that the source of said proofs are equally within reach of one who cares to make an investigation To you as an individual and to your patrons and friends we say that you know that it would be perfect folly for us 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 itf the state t of Kentucky or any other state that we know anything about Therefore we will agree to pay expenses and 1000 per day for the time consumed of any citizen of this Cbmmonwealttuor any other state who will visit Louisville examine our proofs of facts see the stone in the various lithographic houses of the city exam ine the work produced from it consult the engravers and transIferrers and experts who are responsible for the workexamine quarries at Brandenburg and after such investigation say over shi signature that there is no foundation but simply for the gen eral claim made but speciffically anyclaim that is made We need the necessary capital to equip our wonderful property orldsdemandcapital will earn a larger dividend on his investment than any diyi dend paying security ever marketed in the state of Kentucky Unitedpay per cent net on the entire capitalization What could we do byffurnishing the 692 and other nrtioris as well TO GENERALLY any you to read the appearing in last issue of this paper up old or getbor or send to the newspaper or still make use of the and send to us for our matter containing one full partIculars your neigh JI you or it as to your that the in corporation state to Louisville will will subscribers B stock one stock Lithographic property easy the share fairland equally with the b inker broker capitalist and I companyIfpossible and there is orfrindshow you the courtesy to some to this office and find out for you the claims that we have made are 4ue or if you can comeyour IfI self the proposition de to the bank rs and brokers is to you also fiftycentswill give the order for the plant Immediately thereatter for the additional mIstakeIn conclusion there is no problem to solve We have proven the existence ot a tremendously large quarry of lithographic stone j sinplybecause t one KyWrite Wm ROBT LEE JOHNSON ic President Take Advantage of The Coupon Below WRITE TODAYr r V R WATERS President German Lithographic Stone Co Kenyon Building Louisville Ky DEARSulPlease send me the prospectus of your company and full particulars together with arsubscription blank and samples of lithographing NAMEISTREET AND No CITY SK 84 STATE s D L BILLINGS Iecretary and Treasurer 7475 Kenyon Building Louisville Kentucky 4 F43ir ti THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1908 75 lit P l THE FIRST HUSBAND I GILLMOREJt By NELLIE CRAVEY t Copyright by Daily Stray Pub Co Mrs Arrington had no sQoner taken her seat than sbe was conscious of keen eyes fixed upon her Almost be fore she lifted her own a burning Ifiusb rose to her temples ahdishe caught her breath in a little spasiii of Inexplicable alarm The abrupt hop ping of the car gave her the desired opportunity to glance casually atijthe passengers who were getting off and acrosstheFelice Without uttering a sound his lips unmistakably framed the word The woman looked away quickly now perfectly pallid in contrast to ihe r gaming cheeks ota moment ago 5he kept her eyes stubbornly on the whIrl- ing avenue but her heart was thob iing almost to suffocation and eyery nerve and fiber of the body was atin gle with dread At the next corner the cir stopped tagaih and the couple next to Mrs Ar rington got off Corbin roe deli er ately and sat down in the vacant seat i Reside her I must have a word With you he said in a tense undertone Shall we go to Farbackers 1 She started and shook her head de cisively Never Arrington took jhis lunch there every day at oije nqitwas now halfpast twelve Aloud she said quite coolly iI am sorry but I cannot spare the time to talk to you today some ther l Pshaw Corbin cut her short She was merely fencing for lime and ne knew it Felice he saId quietly enough you cannot afford to trffle with me You ought to remember that While you are getting so high indI mighty The menacing note tljiat crept into his tone on the last sen 1ience made the woman shudder f 1 Shall it be Farbackers heun Jsisted L r Gentlemen she replied with a sharp inflection do not as aj rule in upon encroaching upon ta ladys tIme He interrupted r with ia sneer 4You know as well as I do my lady that this is no time for etiquette You gave me the slip in Philadelphia last year but Ill promise you youll not do it again Theres just one small matter thats got to be setled before 1 clear out for good I suppose that s r r wha you want me to do isnjt it 1 Your movements cannot affect me In lIf1ton 1YouNot only that but such is iny s ent clearly defined intention imlessjj he paused significantly Well jlUnless you consent to come with me to some place where we can have 31 few minutes conversation f Mrs Xrringtons impulse was again to refuse flatly but knowing what sort tot man Corbin was and that he fas perfectly capable of making a sce shepausedand temporized I clin give you lS minutes she said riot i 3 second more satisfactoryJiegave place to a sort of sinister tI umph They left the car at Baron tie street and walked half a square to an un ostentatious litle cafe Mrs Arrirtg f1rrtablesNow then he said turning his di rect attention to his visavis whit are we going to do about Arrmg tofl ii ssJyr I did not come here to husband with you but to hear whit Iit matter of importance it was you were determined to discuss with me Your husband was all he saijd The tone was like a keen whip across the womans sensitive faceV i i Yesshe replied weve been mar Tied Iora lpng time How about the other He deserted me wantonly and fcr everhe Isnt deserving of an in stants consideration She looked iit urn squarely Just because lie fouid that his wife had kept a harmless se crej from him a secret that he drs covered by prying into her private I things she was nq longer fitto bear his name is that the sort of man 4 you oW1LlstenPmy plans to go into business In Mex ico An extra 2000 or f3000 woud come in mighty handy YQurMjr Arrington is prety well fixed Im tol How about the cash Hushmoney She smiled The name Isnt a bad oneIRather misplaced r re fuse Seems to me he remarked threateningly that you are powerfully c4i considering that you cant produce that little but very necessary finil e def OOkJd woman rose and dovhi upon him with fearless eyes Do your worst she said I hate- noi uneasiness in regard to may be She started toward the door I Gorbin rose and followed her Dont you know Felice that It won t do for you to take this attitude with m Save your bravado fqr a weaker fop than I am I j She stopped him with a gesture jII othing you can say will serve to influence me It will be to your own U j I I I I IadvanJ1 e to let this matter drop ll take pleasure in calling upon yoUand yourhusband Mrs Arrington at no distant day Good afternoon He lifted his hat Mrs Arrington walkafl heavily up the front steps She was startlingly pale arid her breath was coming in little tremulous jerks Arrfngton had been sitting on the porch waiting for her it was for his benefit that Corbin had spoken so Mrs Arrington saw her husband now for the first tjme He noticed her agitation arid rose and went tQward her swiftly The next minute she had swayed into his arms In a dead faint Arrington looked ripas the office boy laid k card at his elbow He took it up carelessly and scanned the name and address written across itIHenry J Corbin Brooklyn ShoW him in A moment later Corbin entered the lawyers office He sat down in the chair th4 latter indicated and removed hs hat Your justness sIrr Is purely personal Mr Arrington No doubt you area very busy man and I stall not trespass long your tliiie To come to the uponI once I Wave every reason to that we have both been victimized by the same woman Arrlngt n looked at the man with unblinkinj eyes Perhaps he observed with a quiet smile you be- lIeve yourself sincere Mr Corbin but I fear 394 have made a mistake For answer Corbin fumbled in his pocket and drew forth a copy ota marriage Certificate He handed it to the other without a word Arrington glanced at it indifferent lYeVorthless was his brief com ment Corbins eyes glittered dangerously for a second If you think its a forgery suppose you just show it to to Felice Arrlnglon controlled himself by an effort arid spoke calmly Your certificate date January 7 03 Iwas married to Felice Drennpn December 10 1899 You i He nodded And now because an explanation of affairs sho acertain extent due you and because it is thTe surest way to get rid of you Jam telling you how it all happened 1 was waylaid one nigh and sand bagged by a couple of drunken sailors They carried me on board their ship and threw me into the hold When I tame to myself I was in Berlin Or I should have said when I returned to conscIousne I did not come to myself until a year ago after an operation on theh eain a charity hospital It was then that I began my search for Felice I found her down here in New Orleans wi h her people In some way it had come to her that I had deserted her and been lost at sea She took back her maiden name and Married me Or sO5li thought ijri reality she was never your wife- Cprbitt started lip with an ejaculation ot anger The other rose and fa ed him It will not be necessary Mr Corbin to prolong the interview I trust I have made everything perle tly clear to you The dgisr opened and closed noise lessly roth men turne it was Fe lice Corbin looked at her once then turned quickly and went outIRichard t she cried chas hethat man told you anything You told me everything yourself in your delirium dear I never meant that you shpuldj know And you give me for keeping 3ilencebeforelHer lips quivered she could not meet his eyes I was afraid afraid4 The ne tmOIhentArrington had her in his arms I can forgive you anything sweet he said becauseI love youi Another LeWpYear Proposal The leapyear girl had just proposed But I dont earn enough to support- a wifeprotested the cautious young man Oh thats all right assured the maid eagerly We can live on bread and cheese and kisses But the cautious young man shook his head No lie replied that would never do If ythi baked the bread It would kill me i could never endure cheese and therare microbes in kisses Goodnight Galling for his hat and cane he van ished into the blackness of the night Why He Was Thankful Larry tfad tumbled three stories and landed oii the shoulders of a stranger Thanlc goodness sor hastened Larry as he scrambled to his feet Dont mention it my good man assured the stranger as he rubbed his aching shoulders I am always glad to save ar life Larry grinned broadly Oh utXnPt me loIre sor but me poipe you saved Yez sto plnth fall saved ut from being 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their torn and wounded heart but Gods will not ours be done Two short years ago they gave their in fant son R C to the Supreme Maker Dear father and tyiother remember not your little darlings as of this earth but remember them reigning in that Celestial City wjhere there is all that can be desired for Christ says Suffer little children and forbid them not to come Unto Me fof of such is the king Idom of heaven Rev J A Simms gave a short discourse after which the remains were buried in the cemetery at I ftthis place j B S ATurkey Remedy Mrs W F Heathman Clintonville wy says I have tried a number of remedies but Bourbon Poultry Cure is the only remedyI have ever found that will cure turKeys Sold by all druggists v The Old World and Its Ways- BY WILLIAMJENNINGS BRYAN This remarkably book of 575 pages yoluminously illustrated and elegantly bound has been issued by The a Thompson Publishing Company of St Louis Mo and is sold by subscription We would advise our young friends who are out of employment to seek the agency and canvass for this book It is certainly one of the most readable en tertaining and edifying volumes we haye read in a long time It was almost like retracing our first trip around the worldwith less than onethousandth of the money and onehundredth of the time required for our first trip The great problems of civilization religion philosophy and government in Japan China the Philippires India as wen as Europe are presented in aclear light by a great brain Mr Bryan was accompanied on this trip by his wife arid two younger chil dren William J Jr and Grace aged 16 and 14 respectively They started September 21 1905and reached home September 5 1906 sixteen days less than one year While most of this trip was in the North Temperate Zone they were below the equator a few days in Java and for a while above the arctic circle in Norway This book ought to be in every home where there are boys and girls with brains and promise Keeps Them Safe JFiank Wyatt Fredoma Ky says 1 never have less than four hun dred hogs My neighbors hogs have died all around me I have been dos ingmine with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it has kept them safe from disease Sold by all druggists j 0n l WOOL WANTED The formers of Washington and adjoining counties will do vjell to communicate withoneof fthe undersigned Before disposing ofth itvoo1 We vant v wool f r Land wilf pay the jhighest prices j jWill receive atl points t rsuit farmers ilBBS McGLURE MAYES SPRINGFIELD KY J t I You Owe Ittyour own mrn unity bay sour goods from your borne merchant and stand by er bufiiaess me You can flfad the aHHOHnceraeats of reprcafentatlve tusinus men In these colu1l JtBm a stand tjliacJc pi- trery tate 1Cdt and price they wake W STANLEY AND DALZELL X i W iir llc Ur Ji is s i is i s iJ 1y Savoyard Some three or four weeks ago the agricultural appropriation bill was un therthe house of representatives and on Mafch 25 Mr Stanley of Ken tucky got the floor and proceeded to reply to a very able speech by Mr Pal zell some time earlier in which the accomplished statesman from Pennsyl vania undertook to contrast Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson much to the disparagement of the latter and much to the credit of the former I Mr Dalzell got his history of the New England schoolthe Harvard set Henry Adams Henry Cabot Lodge Theodore Roosevelt and so on not to forget William E Curtis and Edward S Ems and it made the sedate think er from Pittsburg ordinarily so wary and so accurate a very credulous per son We see the somewhat similar effect when the brilliant mind of Ger trude Atherton contemplates Hamilton hisItoricOwsley Stanleys reply to balzell was crushing and conclusive He Tainted the two men Hamilton and Jefferson precisely as they were and placed them precisely where authentic history will put themthe Virginian the wisest of political philosophers the West Indian the most brilliant of political adventurers Many of Stan leys political friends tried to dissuade him from the encounter They did not know much about Hamilton and Jefferson but they knew a deal of John Dalzell whose conclusions they had never embracedbut whose statements of facts they had never challenged Stanley did not dare to enter the lists without being armed capapie and he spent a week of almost cease less investigation night and dayRe frombauscriPts IIJeganBive and the Republicans confident A few minutes the Democrats were san guine and the Republicans confused path were astonished Never before in more than 100 years of history inaking had the American congress sene the two great fathers of Amerl dan politics as they were and as they will be estimated by the future Gibbon or Hume Alexander Hamilton was born a British subject in the insignificant Island of Nevis in the West Indies His father was a Scotchman and his earllIsplendid genius of which nature had endowed him Ere he was twenty he Was the first p 1itical controversialist In the colony of New York wheth- mjithtongue or pen His motto might IWhy then the worlds mine oyster Which 1 with mind will open As a political writ6r he was greater than Paine and little Inferior to BUrker As an orator he was perhaps second to Henry only of the Revolutionary generation Had he gone to London he would have been capable of filling a Digger place In English annals than the younger Pitt Had he gone to France and escaped the Terror he might have been second to Napole pn Bonaparte alone an honest Talley rnd a more fortunate Massena Instead Hamilton came to America and assumed the role of Hamp en He opposed Lard North not for the tax he levied so much as the principle It Involved It was a little bit of a tax a great pieceof folly on the part of tie ministry though not oppressive but if allowed to be a precedent It was in the power of the crown to make serfs of the colonists Hamilton entered the army and became the secretary of the commanderinchief and Intlw field he was as daring as he was able in the forum That archflatterer arid matchless scoundrel Talleyrand declared that Hamilton was greater than Napoleon or Fox which is all bosh but Hamiltons eulogists are absurd enough to take whqt the unscru pulous French miscreant said for hisI real opinion Well might the shade ofHamIlton pray to be delivered from Ainerican history as she is writ Hamilton is actually held up as tho father of the constitution when the onEr thing for which he had more con tempt than for that instrument was the Articles of Confederation which It suiiplanted As for patriotism the rti stuff not the brand described by Walpole Hamilton had pone and it was impossible for him to hide any hiving expatriated himself at the age fsxteenyearsThe patriotism that Springs from the heart and fills the Sofil is not a plant that cap be carried from xclime to climefle patriot is made of the boy that plays around the spring gambols in the orchard re cllhesUn the shade of trees in happy boyhood It is catching in the s hPili1rns it is imparted frdm urchin to urcWln and it is all over and around the playground Washington and Henpy Adams and Putnam Rut ledge and Marion were patriots So were old George Clinton and Philip Schuyler These were Native and to the manor born But Hamilton the adventurer was notj and could not be moved by the eeiitiments that were natural to these merL Hamilton made one treat speech in the boristitutional convention and then he disappears but the romancers one of whom makes him a compound of AriatideB Cincinnatus and Scipio Africanu8 say that Hamilton wrought more effectually for the constitution ai in the background True his writings scured the adoption of the jconstltu tidn after Madison Elsworth Shermani and company had made it riot that he believed in the constitution 6r Ipved it but that he thought it bet ter than the articles of confederation because It lodged more power in the federal establishment As the secretary of the tIeasury In Washingtons cabinet he wjas at his greatest He han the gift bfi organization and he brought ord out of chaos but he had too much mental integrity or mental pride to pretend that the protective system Vds not aI hardship ort the people And Mr Stanley quoted from him sotne IanL guage that sounds marvelously Dem ocratic on the tariff question Mr Dalzell made this declaration He certainly is a bold mawho In the face of history conten ifc today that the permanent si which have entered into the statiies and character of our nation are not the hisiAnd to that Mr Stanley reported Here my temerity may argqe more than my jtidgmerit but I deny itThere never was a deduction more ab solutely unfounded hurled Defiantly Into the teeth of history What were the policies of Alexari der Hamilton I IHe would have had a president for l1ifehe Is elected every four years would have senators during good behaviorthey serve a fixed and definite term of six years h He would have the executive arm byIIHe would have muzzled free speech Jefferson opened the deliberations of this house tq the naked view and candid criticism of a free and untram meled press He defended the alien and sedition lawsthey are repealed He founded a natibnal hankit is demolished All his cherished and vaunted schemes are gone glimmering In the dream of things that were exploded fallacies hey litter the debris of history r I challenge the gentleman from Pennsylvania to give me one solitary policy of Hamilton SIngle ever crystallized into law that His policies are gone his are dead There are only left his apologists and his eulogists If Jefferson haft not come back from France when he did it Is more than r possible that the colonies would have sought the protection of England and that would have resulted In a return of allegiance to the British flag hen wasjthe intellectual world including Edmund Burke Charles James Fox Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine lIt was the revolt of liberty against despotism the longdelayed triumph fof light over darkness but in the compensations of human affairs the commenIthat privilege had perpetuated in France and there was a revulsion of public opinion Even Burke became the most formidable of all the adver sarles of the revolution he h dap UkejandFrance and the United States ndnuI merous battles fought on the water between the two potters Washington was again appointed commanderin chief and chOse Hamilton as hi chief lieutenant England and France were In a death grapple Had war been declared and wjiged for a yeaf it is morally certain that British rule would have been reestablished in our coun try Jefferson prevented that war and by that act he saved the Union Mr Dalzell had the temerity to thaI lenge the conduct of Jefferson in the acquisition of Louisiana and asserted that the thing was accomplished in spite of Jefferson And now it was that the Lord delivered the accom pUshed Pennsylvanian into the hands StephenInot tower above his adversary more giganticullythan did Stanley pver Dal zell It was this part of the speech that showed what a genius for research is possessed by the gifted orator from the Second Kentucky district It Is too long to quote One must read It entirely to get a proper conception of It It is not at all remarkable that Mr Dalzell was content to allow that the debate is a closed incident Every intelligent onlooker in our political Vienna should road Dalzells spee h and then read Stanleys reply When Stanley came to discuss the duel between Burr and Hamilton he put an entirely new phase on the con troversy Hamilton was a believer in the code He wiui on the field as Laurens second In the duel with General Charles Le He sought a quarrel with John Adams that could have been settled according to his ideas of per sonal honor only on the field He challenged James Monroe and would have fought him If Aaron Burr had not lent his good offices and composed the difference without a hostile meeting On the field of Weehawken he de layed the giving of the word till he could wipe his glasses to make his vision clearer and yet we are told that his intention was to fire itt the air For years he had assailed Burr and for years Burr held his peace Hamiltons eulogists tell us that he accepted Burrs call to the field bo cause the standards of those days mado it imperative that he should do so To that Stanley made this inexor able retort 1 agree that we should not judge the duelist of that day by the standard of this But there is no losicby which tyou can pardon the acceptor of a lenge and condemn the sender 13y chargwUnclear his skirts by proving its falsi y To prove the charge false and to fill to resent it was to aggravate the in putation of cowardice in that diy more odious than vice or crime The same perverted public opinion which necessitated the acceptance forced the sending of a challenge i Could a retort be more conclusive If Hamilton was a martyr of the bar barons code when he accepted it nec essarily follows that Burr was also a sendLIThose fond of the brilliant the or exuberant the splendid can find it in these passages with which Stanley closed his speech For centuries neither the telescope 1of the astronomer nor the researches- of science could solve the mystery of glimmerlnggosIsamer encircling the brow of night thisImering gauze revolving masses of incandescent gas cooling through the passing cycles of time growing denser formingIluminous fog congealing into molten rings drawn by their own gravity Into rude globes and these spinning spheres shaped by the plastic hand of Divinity Hkq clay upon a potters wheel into planets and their satellites new solar systems swinging for Ithe first time into their orbits in the fathomless depths above Thus God peoples the heavens with radiant worlds daringIof exiles forgotten by one world and lost in the dark wilds of another theIdren conscious only that they were freeI have fancied that He with dayInation through all the mists of mis ery persecution and death through which succeeding generations passed first to independence then to the mastery of the land and sea In the vast womb of the wilderness the colonies took form though vary ling in their orbits arid splendor but they differed only as one star differs from another star in glory In the hour of destiny each found its own place about the great central power to which like the planets they were eternally bound yet forever separate The fathers I declare to you heard the voice of God when they covered this continent with states even as the starsIand state The state dissevered from lthe sisters is lost even as a planet from its moorings comet like becomes the wandering vagrant of the skies thecompeUIngImighty vortex is annihilated by the power which should have been the sourCe of light and life From the chaos of disunion and the wreck of centralization may he who ordained long preserve this constella tion of states Let no new Hamilton arise to disturb or destroy their exquisite bal ance harmonious distinct indissolu ble they shall remain eternal as the revolving stars For years and years the dogmatism of Hamiltons eulogists has dominated American public thought I only wish that Owsley Stanley would take time to elaborate this splendid speech of his and offer it to some leading maga zine It would carry contusion info every Hamilton camp and shake the walls of Harvard College themselves LAW DEFEATS OLD LOVE Guardian of Old Doctor Refuses to Allow Wedding with Aged Sweetheart Kokomo Ind Barriers of the law balked the work of Cupid who had kept alive the fire of love for 50 years in the hearts of an aged couple who were to have been married here the other day Mrs Sarah St Clair 56 years old of Lancaster Pp was the prospective bride Dr Alexander C Freeman 77 years oldOf this city waslth man who liaI- hupedto make the sweetheart of his boyhood days his wife Some days ago Mrs St Clair came here for the culmination of the ro man e which started more than half a century ago She was informed that her venerable sweetheart was under care of a legal guardian who refused to consent to the riiatch Tearfully the aged woman laid aside the wedding dress which was made in the far away Pennsylvania home and wrote an appeal to the courts to allow the marriage She says that she will wait here be it days weeks or months until every obstacle is overcome and she can wed the doctor The story of the aged couples lovo Is like the skein of tangled romance taken from one of Ouldas novels When young they lived in the same Pennsylvania town She was the belle of the village he the beau He courted her from childhood and when tho girl blossomed into womanhood they were betrothed Then a quarrel oc curred It was sharp and bitter as a summer squall and he left the town She vowed they would never meet again Each went their various ways marriedYears brought tho couple together The old love that still smouldered broke Eht anew and the autumn betrothal thaiHwas later thwarted occurred I FENWIGIO Several from this place attended county court at Springfield Monday Mr and Mrs W T McMillen of Springfield and Mr and Mrs Elvin Yasteandchilriren spent Sunday with J W Barker and family IMrs Derringer and son of Battle at W T Adams Saturday and Sunday SophaIw Several from this place attended the decoration atPleasant Grove Saturday Misses Sadie Mayes and Pearl Martin are the guests of Miss Hattie Bornels this week Mr and Mrs Lon Barker and son spent Sunday with Mrs Nannie Fen wick and family Mr W F Logsdon has returned to his home in Indianapolis Ind after a two months stay with friends and rel atives here Mr and Mrs W T Barker and Mr and Mrs Dolph Barrack were th- egtstsbf MrJ N Barnels and family Sunday Mr J E Graves and daughter Leona spent Saturday night and Sun day at Bear Wallow Mr Steve Begley of the Texas neigh borhood pent Saturday night arid Sun day with his parents at this place Mr and Mrs Thad Anderson and little daughter Rosa were in Springfield one day last week Mr Will Payn who has been at work in Louisville 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