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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f7j t r 49M Ii I a f 1I C i J c I i Jttf J1Ini bc r i rinflth pun 1 tj I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 7 i VOLUME IVIII f iSPRINGFIELD r fF KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1908 t NUMBER 27 JNO DpJ BeforeSV Class IrLiterary Digest JoIHp Rockefeller Jr IS said to even MayiTwho told lies destroyed iriens reputa tions and took advant Ke of those weaker than himself in orcl r tp achieve wealth and power It vas man ad 4dress before his Bible class at the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church that his inter esting remarks were made He warned the young mEn before him not to envy such a man and his wea1tDr Aked is reported to have said thit was one f the best talks on the subiect that he theiYork Tribune MrIekefeller said in part taking his ttrt from ps1 Jit lii where such a rich manis above t noted is described sacsmist refers todoesnt he exist at the pres ent day I believe he does You alfI know h myou read about him in the newspapers every day Maybe you and Ihave often envied him We may hays said How splendid it must be to have the wealth the power which tjiiit man 4 possesses to be able to control and sway men H Perhaps that man you epry mav have been a liar in his earlier He may have destroyed mens characters and taken advantage of men weaker than himself in order to reach the posi tion which you envy Therefore you most ask yourselves the questioh AreI we willing to pay the price that man- paId in order uu get where he jsi th1worldtQall even if this mans riches and power were thus obtain e1 it does no matter much in the struggle and fierce ompe tition of the present day providheis willing to use his position and his wealth for the benefit of his fellow men He is entitled to take advantage of any opportunity that presents itself 1provided he devotes what he ge s to a good purpose If that is your frame of mir dmy friends let us hold our opinion ifaabey V ance until we can look at the otliiir side of the picture This man feels so strong in his ability to buy votes and to use k his f Vast power in other ways tp gain what he desires that he fancies v e can get along without any help Wthout even the help of God Perhajfssthis mans mother prayed with him wen he was a child but that was so lc1gago that he has outgrown it He s lis tened to big men who have pert1aded him that there is no power of Gty but the Psalm tells us that God tear down that man The grasp of Gods used in that manner must be a terrible thing and that is what that manjjriust expect There will surely come time when he will wish that he had been more intimate with his Maker and had lived more in accordance with hid jaws t Maybe you haYepassed his hand some private house and vonqered r whether you would ever be able tfjojlauy sucha house foryour wife and f H Envjy him not for God will surely pull himl out of that house We shall live ito see him humbled and trodden m the jUst And now let us ask ourselves jagaih Is it worth while Can we envy sac a man hV man to betenviedj in my opin lionand the man who is happiest is jthe man who puts his trust in the Lord lives righteously and is satisfied with much less material wealth He is the kind of man you can trust the man Who always tells the truth even though he loses by it materially the kind of man to whom You feel that you can safely leave the care df your wife ant qftjldren when you die1 Yes a man of such sterling character and unsullied beeriviedjAnd ifany of you think thtyou would prefer to be like that other man and have what he has and are still will iijff to pay the price he1 paid for it let nie assure you that you are making a great mistake f TOBACCO CROP Wilt Not Be Over 500000 Pounds Only One Per Cent In The Burley District Frankfort Ky June 3From re ports received from nearly all the coun ties which compose what iskown as the Burley tobacco district the Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin estimates that the crop of tobacco whichwill be raised this year all over Kentucky will be not more than 5000 QOO thiEns villjbe grown in counties which are outside of the Burley district proper The Estimates are that about 1 per centof the usual crop in the Burley district will be planted this year but in so fother counties of Kentucky Bur ley jtobacco is grown in small quant- itiesand this will run up the total The total acreage will be according to the COmmiSSIOnerS information about 5000 acres although it is believed that this will be too high The total acreage last year was about 135000 acres As total will average in a goodyearI about 1000 pounds to the timated that with 5000 acres planted and a good year for tobacco as the present season promises the total crop in Kentucky will be about 5000000 poundsThis amount is such a small percent age of the usual crop that even if 5000 000 pounds is raised it would he only a drop in the bucket The 1907 crop 137000000 pounds estimated and ias compared with this the small amount which will be grown this year seems to be almost none at all The 5000000 pounds if that much actually gets on the market would be eaten up so quickly that it would have no effect on the price and would be trivial as the American Tobacco Company would make short work of the small crqp In some counties which are not in the Burley district proper there istobacco grown this year and many farmers in Carter Lewis and even in Hartcounty have put out tobacco But many men who now hav beds will not plant tnfoughthe influences of various things which ndtoprevent them from going into theltobacco raising business The Agriculture Department here says that IItheThe Burley people are pleased with thIslllid say that there is no longer any doubt about the success of their plan to put the price of tobacco up Why He Was Thankful 4 L recentlyappeared to thank the city authorities for quar antmingmeand my family for two weeks recently because one of the children had the smallpox During that time my wife caught up with her sew ing being undisturbed by callers just at meal time square meals a day as Vfjhadthree and she wasnt permitted We en joyed two full vjeeks of good long nights sleep and best of all a cousin with four children who arrived to visit us saw the small pox sign on the door and left town so scared she will never come back again I wish to thank theI authorities and hone they will be equally aa though Iof our comfort some time again JOHNSON The SpringfieldSun J 100 per year o MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED IIf Mr Bryan Is Shown Thcit Ryan i s Contributed to Secure nis Support of Parker vj Lincoln ssoIciatcdto an article appearing a week ago inI the New York World charging that Bryan was the ben of a cam ThomasF1HyaIi made the contribution it was without his knowledge or consent and he re peats his former statement that when it is proved to him that Mr Ryan did make the contribution he will see that the money is returned to the donor Mr Bryan sa s I have just read the story charging first that my brotherirtlaw Mr DemQcraticSwith Mr Sheehan in 1904 in regard campaign funds toI Second that Mr Sheehan as Ryans attorney secured from Mr Ryan 20000 for the Nebraska cam paign Third that Mr Ryan made the con tribution to secure my open and un qualified support of Judge Parker sourceIe r n gave MrIChairman Allen and Mr Dahlman the l braska member of the National Democratic Committee have already denied the charges and stated that the only money received came from the National Committee but I desire to add the following statement Mr Allen says that he never saw either Mr Sheehan or Mr Ryan and I have no reason to doubt his word If jtcge or consent had but a remote personal interestin the Nebraska campaign that year I am interested in Nebraska politics and am also interested in national politics and I am not willing to be in the slightest degree obligated to any favorseeking corporation liv therefore those making thet charges will secure from either Mr Shehan or Mr Ryan a statement or prove in any other way that Mr Ryan gave to Mr Sheehan to anyone ejse or to the National Committee any sum whatever with the understanding that the slim would be used in the Nebraska campaign 1 shall see that the amount is returned to Mr Ryan As to the charge that my support- of Judge Parker was purchased I need only say that I announced my support of Judge Parker immediately after the St liouis convention and that support was open and unqualified from the convention i until the polls closed 1 had opposed his nomination but he had no more loyal supporter during the cam paignI was in correspondence with him arid both on the stump and with my pen rendered all the assistance I couldWELLllUNI ONE YEAR i Darkest Africa1 resident Roosevelt Plans to Leave America Washington june 5 Important sig lificance in connection with President Roosevelts determination against a third term is contained in the admission made today for the first time that the President is making definite plans to leaye the United States in April next year for Africa where he will spend a year hunting big game Rumors that Mr Roosevelt was to leave the country at the conclusion of his term of office have been printed heretofore but when confirmation was sought at the White House the answer has been that no definite conclusion had been reached as to the Presidents plan But today it was stated positively that Mr Roosevelt with his favorite Kermit would sail from New York for Cairo in April 1909justas soon as the necessary arrangements for the de parture could be made after March 4 It isthe desire of the President to- bring back at the end ot the year from the wilds of Africa specimens of every species of big game to behad on the Dark Continent He will visit no other country it is stated The outfit fortheexpeditionwillbe obtained on reaching Africa but an ac tive correspondence in this connection already is under way The exact size of the hunting partynumber of guides and retainers animals etchas not been determined on The President however will take with him an assort ment of arms whichhe will require in contemplatedI sence of Mr Roosevelt in Atrica Mrs Roosevelt and other members of the family will remain at the family home at Sagamore Hill Oybter Bay d DROWNS IN j SALT RIVER Tragic Death of Mr Ely Snider a Wellknown Insur ance Man Mr Ely Snyder a well known insur drownedIin the waters of Salt nv iat Fur mans ford in Spencer cou ty on last oclpckItof Mr Snyder that his horse became frightened and ran into the stream Mr Snyder attempting to hold the horse was carried into the stream The banks of the stream are very high on either side making ingress and egress very difficult under very favorable conditions The approach to the thelotherwiserendering it impossible to pass anyone in the road or to retracE onesstep Mr Snyders body was found Sunday morning at 930 almost fortyeight thelstream THe only eye witness to the tragedy was a Mrs Furman who lives a few yards below the ford She hearing his cries ran to the waters edge but was too late togive any assistance Mr Snyders remains were removed- to Bloomfield his home and interred in Big Springs cemetery Mr Snyder being a Mason many of his Masonic brethren from the neigh boring towns participated in the sad but beautiful burial ceremony Mr Snyder leaves a wife and two childreg besides many loving friends- to mourn his untimely end SPURNS GOLD But Cures Two Waifs for Mercy u Operations Performed b LelJbrated Berlin Sur I i eori Chicago June 6 Spurning the gold of millionaires Dr Albert Jansen ofI Berlin one of the greatest eye and earI surgeons in the world operated yesterday out of pure mercy and without price on two unfortunate waifs of the tenements The skill of the famous surgeon forI which the wealthy men and women of Chicago in vain have begged and plead ed with offers of fortunes and which at last was given for nothing resulted in two cures The children who had been deaf were made to hear Dr Jansencame across the sea to attend the recent sessions of the Ameri cab Medical Association The children upon whom Dr Jansen operated ld to whom he restored their hearing are Willie Simpson eight years old and Marie Stuhler three years old The operations were performed at St Lukes Hospital in the presence of twenty five Chicago physicians and surgeons The two children had been deaf from babyhood Abscesses had formed in their ears and destroyed their hearing Marion Stuhler wis entirely deaf Willie Simpson could distinguish a very loud noise if it occurred close to his ears It was impossible for the fathers and mothers of these hildren of poverty to gain an audience vfith the world famous Berlin surgeon But they wrote him two pathetic letters in which they told him of the great affliction that had befallen their little ones and begged him to cure them The Springfield Sun 100 per year I 1 In the county mass conventions held throughout Kentucky last Sat urday Mr Bryan instructed for in each county WASHINGTON CQPNTY IIri T DEMOCRATS FOR HARMONY Bryan Efeckhapi and McCreary and AH Other Men and Measures M that Will Work Toward the Betterment- v I r kof the Party f k V Pursuant to a call of the Democratic State Executive Committee the Demc crats of Washington county met in the court house in Springfield Ky in mass convention Saturday June 6 1908 at 2 p m The convention was called to order by County Chairman J R Gore alter which T Scott Mayes was elected Chairman and J J Sharp Secretary The convention adopted the following resolutions Resolved lst That we approve the ctl nof theDemocratic State Executive Committee in calling county mass convention to elect delegates to the State Convention to be held in Lexington Ky June llth 1908 Resolved 2nd That the following be named as delegates to attend said State Convention Dr W W Hyatt J J Sharp T D Graham Dr S J Hamil ton Edgar Sea Geo Bowen CJiHaydon N B Royalty R A Noe L Graham P S Barber J W Bush Cal Shewmaker JF Keene WA Clements L A Burns Geo T Mayes L H Thurman B L Litsey M G Leachman J RGore W D Clay brooke Theo Campbell Joe Polm W R Selecman 1 Scott Mayes H B McElroy R H Mulligan W C Mc Chord J B Peters Henry Hilton C C McChord C F Bosley W R CocaI nougher J L Mudd Marion Cecil John W Gordon preJ N ShehanI Ham Shehan Robert Thompson JnolHardestyand that said delegates be and they are here instructed to vote on all questions arising in said convention as a majori ty of the delegates presenfdircct Resolved 3rd ThatiWe areunaltera f i bly in favor of the nomination of the Hon Wm Jenning Bryanfor Presi dent of the Unite States and the Washington county delegates are instructed to vote only for those delegates to the National Convention who are pledged to the support of Mr Bry an Resolyed 4th That we the Demo crats of Washington county extend to Congressman Ben Johnson our congrat ulations upon hissple did achievements in the National Congress and be it further Resolved that we endorse his efforts to further the interests of the people regardless of their political beliefs or affiliations and thatwe especially thank him for his untiring work in be half of the farmers of Kentucky in his persistent attempt to remove the tax fromtobaccoResolved That we the Inrcrats of Washington county recocniz ing the fitness of our countyman Hon T Scott Mayes we earnestly request that he become a candidate for delegate from the 4th Congressional dos trict to the National Convention and the delegates herein named are ini structed to use all honorable means toe secure his election i L Bucklens Arnica Salve Winsti Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran GaM writes I had a bad sore come on the instep otmy foot and could find nothing that would heal it until 1 applied Bucklens Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25 cent box won the day for me by affecting a perfect cur v Sold under guarantee at Haydon da Ro ertsons drug store The Springfield Sun 100 per T K i Fz J Iff l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 I X08r1 TbeCawpaiIsOoTWHO y PRESIDENTi 1 li t 7jjt i1zrTTO FORM YOUR OPINI fHEv PROGRESS OF THE CAMPAIGN YOUwi NEED FIRSTCLASS NEWSPAPERS v DAILY doURIERJOURNALUntil December Jlt 1908 and THE SUN One Year for JSJiOO OR DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMESUntil December jl 1908 and THE SUN One Year for ooif r fTh is gives oQiIive metropolitan pap r through the campaign and the election todayas subscription will start with issue of day order is received OrdelI= M No back numbers can be sent I Springfield DailiesUN- TIL fThis special campaign in only during JUNE JULY and nor at the reduced rate after 31 undrany TOii THE SUN Springfield i Ky e The Streets Choice 1 Indianapolis News Republican says- B33anis j practically certain to be thej democratic nominee He is not bein supported by the interests There I is not even a suspicion of any deal on understanding between him and them Jfe is not being boomed by the plain people of the west on the one hand r clrid by Kuhn Loeb Co Schiff the Harriman influence the Standard Oil representatives and the Aldrich crowd on the other He is as much appose to and and as strongly opposed by they steel trust as he is opposed to orby any Pier trust Judging the two men byjj the character ot their support are notj the people likely to believe that even the policies of the president would be safer in the hands of Mr Bryan his antagonist than in the hands of Mr Taft his candidate At least there i4 that chance Much is said of the quesf tibnofthe platform and people arcr wondering who will write it and what ilfwill contain The matter is impor tant of course but far lets important than the question of thecandidatei Wall Street cares little l The Sun FOR ONE YEAR AND JEjff her of above DECEMBER l 1908I FOR ONLY f offeftis effect UGUSTand subscriptions August form it caress everything about the candidate If it can get its man it will jet anyone write the Jatform Its very deep interest in the fortunes of Mr Taft proves at least one thing and that is that it believes it can trust him t p give the country the sorof tration that the interests adminir As between the peopli mUGhlinorefooled than that the st eet will be Wall street is fig ting Hughes because be would not make a deal with it Is supporting Taft because either he or his managers have made a dealV with it- Woman Favors War Society Is in a process of growth has not yet arrived atitsmaturity or its equilibrium of forces and therefore must have Its public and prU iate war until social Adaptation he complete and war thor l y come to an end It is well that the socalled peace advocates araWh a magnifi cent minority since ilha whole na tion 0fpeacameilYou would have a people like the Chinese Mrs Halde man in Modern World Denver the Springfield Sun 100 per year 1Iee Ie i e 11 I I 11 Hi III I FORCAHAND C SH ONLY r- rI li il 500 and 7 GOO Pound Coupon Books il For Sale atjllO per cent II DiscountIII 1i II I 1 I Springfield Electric JYater andI 1 t I a i I ISHE J SCORED THAT TIME Old Orusiybuy singriiy Why dont you write just as I say it Typist Because my typewriter hasnt a cold in the head The B st Pills Ever Sold ItAfter do onii 15 Years for chroni c indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr Kings New Lif Pills 1 con ider them the best pith ever soldrites B FAyscue of In glesido N C Sold under guarantee at Haydon R bertsons drug store 25c Kentucky fair Dates The follow ng lire the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1903 far s as repo ted Officers af fairs are omissiongclor Georgctow i July 285 days Winchestei August 44 daY Danville 53 uprust days r Lexington August 105 days Uniontown August 115 days Burkesyillc August 114 asIBroadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Shepherdsville August 184 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Carroll Gallatm Owen TriCounty Fair Sanders August 194 days Vanceburg August 194 days Ewmg August 203 days London 25 4days IElizabgtht wn August 253 days Burlington August 2G4 days Germantown August 2G4 days Morgantown August 273 days daysIys Monticello September 84 days daysGlasgow The Springfield un1 100 per year THEODORE P S HO NTS Interesting Paragraphs rA man must be friendly to have friends This was never more true than in the country Try a little friend liness toward that neighbor whom you have considered rather cold and dis tint You will perhaps find he will vfarm up to you and the friendship will work mutual good Get his ideas and if you have anything gpod in that line share it with him It takes no more work or food to feed a 700 pounds butterinayear cow than it does to feed the one which produces but 200 pounds Why not weed out the poorer cows and get in tfiose which pay a good profit A cow ought to prpduce at least 300 pounds of butter fat a year to make it worth while keeping her but many a farmer is keeping cows which will not pro duce half that Get a good bull purebred if you can afford itand breed up your herd Cornell university New York has just shown what can be done in this direction A cow of ordinary grade was kept and the progeny for four generations was tested The cow was producing 225 pounds of butter in a year By the use of a purebred sire the next generation produced 275 pound cows and in the fourth genera tion two cows descendants of the original one and improved sires made an average of 450 poundsof butter in a year This to settle the ques lion as to whether purebred or grade animals are preferable for the dairy Insurance Reformer Having had some valuable experi ence in reorganizing a powerful Minne sota insurance company Gov John son was well prepared to deal with the emergency which arose when the corruption and extravagance of the management of the great national life insurance companies was revealed in 1905 In November of that year he wroto a letter to President Roosevelt which placed hinj in the front rank of national leaders In this letter the governor suggested a conference of governors and attorney generals to be ChienwrThe conference was held in the follow itstbalrmanthe famous committee of fifteen whose recommendations were en bodied in the law in Minnesota and in about a dozen otherstates ewhile the momentous decision recently given by the supreme court in similar cases coming up from North Carolina and Minnesota may have the effect of invalidating some of the railway legislation secured by Gov John son in Minnesota the fact remains that he has done what he set out to do attd secured the enactment of popular and beneficent legislation If as now seems probable the epochmaking de vision of the court in large measure transfers railway legislation from the states to the national legislating it be comes of particular significance that one of the earliest acts bf Gov John sons career as a member of the Min nosqta legislature was the introduc tion of a memorial to congress to ex tend the powers of the interstate commerce commission a memorial which antedated the extension of those powers by some four years A Grand Family Medicine- It gives me pleasure to speak agood word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlanof No 436 Houston St New York Its a grand family medi complicationskidneys attbe too highly recom mended Electric Bitters regulate the digestif functions purify the blood impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c Love Veare dazzled and charmed by those wbo love deepest but we are comforted and strengthened by those who love longest t Ss SS IGood Garden I V IRakes Hoes SpadesI And the IBest on the I MARKETI Is the familys living through the suirj tnermontlsitherefore it pays to CULTI VATE IT WELL To do this you must havethet Best Garden Tools The successful farmer is the farmer who has the best implements the successful gardener is the man who has the best tools We carry the BEST in stock our prices are VERYreasonable Come in and lookat our line of tools I = II aata oJlt IIata tltlttnc cIcI cI cI m WE WANT YOU TO SEE OUR m T m PERFECTION OIL STOVES 1 m r THERE ARE NONE BETTERti JfDo You Need a Cooking Stove or Range If so it will pay you to see our large line r t Full line Lawn Mowers Refrigerators Water Coolers etc + When You need PLUMBING and TIN ROOFING let us y figger f with youit SHULTZ RIEDEL I SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY i p Rheumatism Do jou v ant to get rid of It 2 If so take Dr y Miles N ervine m tlified as di rected in pamphlet around bottle In addition to the propertiesiton the nervous system by which the rheumatic pains are controlled and rest and sleep assured It has made many cures of this painful disease some of them after years of suffering If it mil llqtyOUIfcated write us for advice it costs you nothing and may save you prolonged suffering I was so crippled that I could scarcely walk After having my shoes managetoI began to have pains all through my system My doctor told me I had an Acute attack of Inflammatory rheumatism I read about Dr Miles Nervine bought a bottle and I com menced to get better from the start and for the past six months have scarcely any pain and am able to walk as well as SANDERSP L Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him toy return price of first bottle only If It falls tobenefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind The SUNl Have You Used If not then do so when you want a good satisfactory Paint for all purposes both inside and i outside Color cards and prices furnished on application StrasselGans Paint Co j INCORPORATED r Paints Oils Brushes Glass Eta 215 W Market St Louisville Ky The Ephemeral False All false art all empty wisdom lasts Its time but it destroys itself in the end and Its highest cultivation is at the same time the moment of its de cline Immanuel Kant 17241804 The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Journal both one year S4 4 iiI Announcement IWOOL WOOL WOOL 1TheCAtPBELLSVILLE MANUFACTURING CO 1 I Of Campbellsville Kentucky v v- v I Having built an entirely new plant now announce that they are ready to Manufacture Wool into such article as I any farmer needs such as 3E YARNS LINSEY JEANS FLANNEL BLANKETS I LADIES FLANNEL SKIRTS ETC ETC V Our Motto Honest Goods at Reasonable Prices lOur roods art All WOOL Full Width and Fast Colors ISee one of our agents who vinshow you our samples I Get our terms and sendus your wool C R McWHORTER Agent Springfield KYwv BhncoeKyI26 G W PETERSON General Manager I y j t F q hi1I THE SPRINGFiELD SUN WESNESDAY JUNE JOiibb j r 3r rr li c BLAKEL 1814LWho ill Whose land runs down beyond the town fAnd swallows up the mine jandmill Blake never feels the touch of Want The harrowed sense of pressing LIndheart dregret His castled home is grim arid strong Its turrets pierce the azure sky While mineis but a modest tot r Quite lost to view of passerby riAnd yet within my home tnere dwells A spirit that he cannot blu y The breath of true unselfiJ love Devotion that shall ne f verjieUpon the hill no To glad the measured day No chubby legs dash path To greet their downtjthe way l I FARM NOTES IJ Weed out the star boar4r from your cow herd t jt 4 A good J1ab itto getrcle inning out the hen house twice a weeki i 1 Dont be unreasonable Ihe neglected flock will not you ti IVDontthe hen until she Is tAoroughlr broody 11 1 It or It r t i Is easier to raise a good horse than to pick oneupr when wanted Remember that ji d Whey fed to excess may cause stiff joints in the pigs Its feeding value is about half that of milk T JjThe best breed of sheep for the farmer is the one which combines long fleece with a large carcass If you are keeping sheep plan on a good generous turnip crop year ItJs almost a necessity in successful sheep raising 11 vAn Town man at last accounts had v1I the corn husKing record of Hhe year having husked 75 bushels vin four hours and eight minutes H A course at your state agricultural college will do more to i attest your boy in agriculture arid n the farm than any other one thing it Alsike clover is valuable jqn heavy STEVENS F l IIflCroppests are made short shrift of with a reliable unerring STEVENS For Sport or Service STEVENS RIF IES SHOTGUNSPISTOLS are QUAJIHIGH IN L6W IN PRI9tI If you cannot obtain from yonr Dealer we whip direct ezpresi prepaid upon receipt of Cata log Price Alwagi Iniltt on STEVENS when ordering Send centt In stampLor IGOP ge mUltr and Darn tine Catalog Replete STEVENS and general firearm- informktloa JL STEVENS ARMS TOOLCQ K P O Box 4098 Chicopee Falls Masse f I II J frtAt night when stars are glinting out And all the world has gone to bed There lies aslee p on Rolands breast No bud of life with tousled head Blake cannotIaughthe old free laugh theiHis heart iscold from shutting oUt joyDespjsingFor weeks each year does Rolani roam i In vain pursuit of what find Within the glory of my home 1 Ah Roland Blake how poor Us is i Hpw steeped f penury and needy God pity him His heart is cpld And piling gold is all his creed A h poverty of hearthow cursed How desolate and sad is he But within my humble cot How rich be1 How rich be s n It is a lighter growing line crop than the medium red and i shorter lived but it will pay you t tforitP t Begin some kind of crop rotation cropiground Give the ground a variety of CCDont let fine weather over head tempt you out into t field which io still too wet to work It is bad for the soil hard on the orses and disap pointing to you Damp crib corn will prove a curs to many a farmer this year who dea to the advice to select and care fo his seed corn just Jet matters drif wayaTit has been proved from experi ments that unless linseed oilmeal car be purchased at approximately as Ios a price as corn per pound no profit from its use with corn and clover hay for fattening lambs Is to be expected jlt is the farmer who learns how to his work with the least number of moves Mn other words systematizes his work who makes the best success of farming and who always has time instituteIfairs fcSecretary of Agriculture Wilson says Id rather not impose on a busy farmer the keeping of an elab orate set of books but some simple form of accounts Will be a great aid in successful farming To which- sentlment we assent heartily The spoiled rsIs generally t one e that has becniimproperly trained- Carefulthorougli breakingshould so es tablish the goodtfftlts of a horse as to make the acquiring of bad habits al grossId it Is a hctlce in planting a orchard to a1teJte the varieties se ting not over two or three rows e orie sort and then something cols This will Insure heavier bearing through crosspollination of the bIos soms some sorts not beanable to fertilize themselves J i Mowing the field of young alfalfa may check the weeds hut It will also check the alfalfa The ground tended for alfalfa should be so thor oughly prepared that weeds haven chance to start until after the alfalfa Is well along and firmly rooted Al falfa that gets the right start will prbve very Inhospitable ground for thdi weeds jy WILLIAM PITT- TheSpringfieldLSun t 100 per year Tlife Springfield Sun 100 per yea tI 1 I QUITE SAFE ViMjss Homelee You say a man trleo tospeak to you in that quiet road menextdare go alone now DULY QUALIFIED Proprietor of DairyHave you had any experience In this business Applicant =I used to york fi a pump factory J b Horse Flesh as Food Horse flesh has been prized as food in China for six centuries but in Eu rope vas first eaten 100 years ago by the Panes At Liege Belgium 2000 horse were slaughtered in 1905 and the rjipidty increasing demand prom ises ena new market for Amerl can horses Only yo animals are sent to the slaughter houses THE SUN AND 4 Both papers yr Bryans mmonerx 1 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 150Weekly 175sGlobeoDemocrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 125AmAmerican Epjtomist 150 1501BreedersGentleman 200 1351FarmReview of Reviews 325 Lip incotts Magazine 285 Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthlyr 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weeklyt 435 Sunny 150 500000 Prize Puzzle Can You Solve It i The Celebrated 15 Puzzle 6 I I iiiI L 4 Take any of the umbers 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 aAd 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 ontperson sending in correct fsolution wih be entitled to share cashevalue prizes amounting to 5000 bookcontainingwith 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 Monteneg roRiehm Music CoI- NCORPORATED 628 and 630 Fourth Avenue Louisville KYtS5 +t Tatham M I f Springs I Ltz i J S WEATHERS Proprietor I i- Z H tt fiDescription of Hotel Spring and Grounds tr iLts T 1 eenCreek V The hills surrounding the valley are three hundred feet hight from the top of which the prospect is varied and sublime Chaplin hundredfPPn miles returning within ninety feet caula picturesque ridge through h1 hia tunnel has been cut furnishing water for a mill x hundredfeetULt to supply the world r iafit The water is a mild alkaline diuretic with tonic and alterative proper I ties of the most remarkable character The analysis which is published Ina l+ if this pamphlet will suggest its curative properties but the many wondelrlulj Ltz cures of stomach kidney and liver diseases by the use of this water convinces 7iW A GravelRheumatismof Dyspepsia and many other diseases andboating + I dry containing about six acres The hotel is well ventilated with broad h f andisbest manner 4v The Hte1yill be open for the accommodation of the n public after March c + iri in ac l year at the following rates v vj j r yi t lv Board per day j 200 rJp r 4 i i iBoard erweek 1000 it1 +df v Board b X t per monthi1J500 tA firstclass livery stable will be fun in connectionwith tthejotel and 1t t special attention and care will be gi enpnyate conveyances r r- The tJl J jr I Spring Hotel l tif 4 BloomfiedLh at these points A long distancetele hone line connects the r Spring with the telephone exchanges at Louisville Springfield W vvrenceburg in Central hKentucky arrive W I and leave Spring daily + ++ + + + + + i t To The Members of The Burley Tobacco Society The Executive Board of the Burler Tobacco Socjety recommendsthaJ- nomemberof the Society shall sell his yarehdusev receipts or tobacco to anyone K j vlst Because our tobacce is selling rapidly we haVeto this dateolcfatf marked prices 24000 hogsheads out of the 52000 hogsheadss2- nd lBecause we have little tobacco left of grades below 16 to 30 cents t 3rd Because the 1907 crop will grade much higher than the 1906T f 4th Because the 1908 crop has been eliminated beyond our highest expectation This advice is given to protect those who may not bt informed J J I Executive Board of The Burley Tobacco Society CLARENCE LeBUS President M 5oSECOND NAND c = SEWING MACHINES rlfOR SALE All Makes Good as New GOOD ONES RANGING IN PRICES FROM 250 to 15 All GUARANTEE to do GOOD WORK 7 goodMachine JF BISHOP At Boblit Livery Stable- SPRINGFIELD KY j i NOTICECHICKEN RAISERS RoupCankerNo cure No pay Guaranteed by HAYDON the Druggist Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky May 4 1908 Uric drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken instanty When fed in feed or water it is the best J preventive I have ever known WILL COOMES CLUBBING RATES WITH I LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday S 20 The Sun and the daily Courier 0Jottrnal any three days in the week 3 7tf dailyCourierJournal days in the week six 30TheierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 00 tl WHEN YOU WANT TO KEEP COOL GOTO = f- Allens lee Cream Parlor j and ConfectioneryY- ou will always find at Allen s RefreshingSoft and Fruits the market affords LeonAllenProprietor I J 4- v THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JUNE 10 1908 f c t ISSiFIELD SUN IISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY tSUBSCRIPTION 4 ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher tjBntered at the at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 5Biz100 50 Three Months 25 JP In writing to have your address charge aways give the postoffice to which your paper is goingzas well as the Dostotllco to which you w1shit sent f I DEMOCRATIC TICKET r f FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON OF NELSON COUNT- YANNOUNCEMENTS l JPWeKimball as a candidate for the nominamb tion ir Sheriff ot Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic c SamyHubertVirgin ifWehCountyDemocratic party Deputies ByVorf HRPROHIBITION r t I Mr HA Sjommers prints the foIlJ Elizalbethtown oIrl ij questtionscostraightforwardequivocation and in such a tha there can be no misunderstanding We are especially pleased because hisviews exactly coincide with ours anc agre exa tlfwith the position taken by Th last State campaign when we warned the party not to make th haandwas lost to Democracy by 17000 ma jority Mr Bryan says Prohibition has no part in a Presidential campaign as it is not political issue The News MrBryaneditor of the News Mr Bryan says the question of the saloon is a local ques so has the Nevus always contend ed The announcement of Mr s position will make him thousands of votes in this country and we do not be lieve it will lose him a single vot8 At this particular juncture in KenT Presdential i portant It ought to clear the politics atmosphere In the face of this d claration no true friend of Mr in Kentucky will want to handicap hi s chances of victory in November by any resolutions in the State convention on an issue which h l1mselfhas d clared should not enter into the Presi endorsementV of Tanpon it would not only be hurtful in itself but would be a slap in face to Mr Bryans announced position on question Mr Bryan has not only d clared himself on the question of Pro hibition but he has sent word to Frank fort to the people he has helped not ltd put an element of discord into the Dem ocratic State qonventionJ Mr Sommers is an earnest advocate of temperance and he layers local op tion but draws the line on State National Prohibition iHe Took A Walk d If Harrodsburg Herald Wednesday night a young man driving a spank ing horse and buggy topped at the honie of Mr Robert Teater on the Dy Branch pike and asked to stay fall night He was put to bed but in the middle of the night the family heard him leave Next morning he had not r returned and Mr Teater fearing he had made way with himself made a futile search of the ice house and other i places to find his body Then it dawned on him that the man might have jumped in Salt riyer that flows nejar by so Mr Teater came to town and in formed the sheriff of his suspicions and also about the horse and buggy at fiis home Leaving toe sheriffs office Ito his surprise Mr Teater ran on the man on the street The fellow said his name was Lawson and explained his discp pearance by stating that after he re tired He had concluded to get up und walk to John Morgans five miles away and stay the remainder oft e night Lawson says he lives near the Washington county line The Springfield Sun 100Sper yetJTJis Springfield Sun l0r D j YJa iI r Ii er1W t l y IEi School Law Void T j LaRu County Herald thIe at Frankfort asking him to define the atti i goeshtor With respect to creating new districts embrac4ortionsConflict the new law when it be en4cteddompose one district which shall be ap OrtiOned into four or more divisions Tliromricts Therein not in all probability t county in the State in which districts mbracmg a portion of two counties do scRecognizeshe letter Of the new law as inter districtsrory to the adjoining districts m the two respective counties However should this be done tt is pointecPout that the present loca mirictst itiJ n ofnew territory will have to be noyed to a point more centrally lo ihted where it can afford equal accbm tnodations to all the pupIl residing wilPneessariI3ntail jconf usion arid trouble The only alter = it I stated would be to treat separatJe an4distihct districts out portioofn stancethis provision would not conform Sao the letterof the law as the new dis tricts thus formed would riot contain the required number of pupils to compose a district The theory Which has been advanced the effect that the presentrwrela tive to this point wfll remain operative is obviously not based upon substantial grounds from the fact that the tax ilevy in those counties where a district embraces apportion of each may not correspond thus imposing a hardship upon a county which burdened with a heavier tax levy Supt Caddie cites several instances in this county in which he believes the new law will conflict with the law now in operationamong them being the schools at Upton and Tonieville The school at Upton is located in Hardin unty but the district embraces a rge territory lying in LaRue countyI In the Tonieville district it is just the reverse Districts on the border line aree s s eThe question is one which no doubt s puzzled many other County Schopl nts throughout the Stat e who will be vitally interested in the so lution of it MACKVILLE V i Mr Toni Wilson of Pleasant Grove was in town Wednesday Mrs Sue Hyatt and Mrs Joe Bishop of Springfield were here Friday Dr W T Barnett was in Louisville Friday Mr Tom Dunn who has been visit rle eMrs Jim Green Of Danville and Mrs Jim Seay of Harrodsburg are Visiting their sister Mrs GHHick writirgeMr R B Hatchett of Lebanon was the gu stfof Dr and Mrs W R ThompsonSaturday Mrs J B Peter was in Harrodsburg Saturday Lexingte visitmgBowlesj has returned to her home in Illinois v Mr Walter 4J Motherly who ha been attending school at theW K So returnsord Mr and Mrs W B Hatchett of Harrprlsburg were here Saturday Mr Clifton Leachman of Springfield Was the guest of Mr i D S weep Sunday j Mr iEdd Bailee of Harrodsburg was here Monday and Tuesday Mrs Bettie Peter returned Saturda after a months visit to her Preston Peter at Olmstead Mr James Isham and unCllDr Shewmaker were in t Tuesday Mr Elmer Hume loft WednesdJ y Bowling green Mammoth Cav a Nashville Tenn expecting to be gone about a week rMr Hugh Horn of Harod burg spent Monday night Mrs B M Shewmaker ithlhisister The children at the Methodist church Sunday night rodsburgisQuite a numb r from this place attended the Child ns Day exercises at Bruners Chapel unday afternoon Messrs Otha Hatchett and Will Russell of Springfield attended the supper given by the lades of the Presbyterian church Friday night Misses Josephine Moss and Bessie ef Brjantsville are visiting heir aunt Mrs J B Teeter this week Mr Wni Lear who has e visiting his daughters Mrs Walter Thompson and Miss Zula Lear in Indianapolis Ind for the past four weeks has re turned home k Miss Grace Hatchett of Harrods burg spent Monday night at the hom of her brother Mr W P Hatchett Mr Jim Epperson wife and daughters Misses Ntary Lena and Lula Clay and Mr Jim Graves and wife attends- the exercises at the Christian Sunday night Kentucky Crop Report Frankfort Kyf guns 5Thp ail of the month was accompanied by a heavy rainfall and was not promising for farmers but the latter half has been unusually good for plowing and The farmers and gardeners taken advantage of it Not much corn had been planted until thelat ten days of May but with the proper preparation of the ground onwhich so much depends for all crops a fine yield will result The bluegrass pastures are without exception more promising than for any years and vhere stock has not permitted to graze in large numbers the prospect for a tremendous yield of seed was never better Farm ers are getting their strippers ready for harvesting which win begin about June 5th This trop has been harvested in the past in many instances too green and a poor qualit of seed has been the result Wheat rye ar barley show luxun ant growth and prOmISe a splendid yield We note tne appearance of the army worm in W dford county which has not been seen before since 1881 and has destroyed the barley and meadows on seyeral farms r Several farmers in different sections of the State who have held their wheat crops of 1907 are now selling them at 1 There has been a splendid yield of 1killedpears will not bear anything like what was expected The only variety that will approach anything like a full is that ot strawberries Clover and meadows are cropr heavy growth and will produce a crop of hay and are affording a did pasturage Not quite a full crop of dark tobacco will be grown this year and about 60 1plantedGardens nd truck patches where anted early are looking well and are furnishing the market with some of the potatoeshowaccount of the season have been late in being planted Tt is the opinion of man gardeners that potato bugs are worse than ever this year They have not confined their operations to pot Vines but have begun on tomato plants A few years back the potato bugs did not seem to bother tomatoes but now they attack other vegetation and gar den truck besides potatoes thejramylargely increased acreage of hemp has been planted 2 There is a scarcityof cattle in Keri tucky as wellas in the great cattle cing States of the West which is responsible for the high price ot beef The price of corn is high and grass fed cattle are now ready for the mar Gattioe will not likelv beseen until the grass fed cattle reach the market We advise the holding of cattle until they are well matured not to be sold for less than a profitable price M C RANKIN Commissionersv Surprised llimI sayMys t atandthev were all scouring very badly I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and to my surprise it byoY Cattle Ticks A report Issued from the depart inept of agriculture states that the annual loss occasioned caat tie ticks is Inlhe neighborhood o 100000000 which is equal to ten per cent of the value of tits cat tie The quality of the animals Is the conditionnainthorproduce e finest cattle with the least loss The Sun and CourierJournal 15i Edison Columbia Phonog- raphRECORDS E M RUSSElk Springfield Ky Y i f r I M I Special Low Prices on Mens and Bqys= CLOTHINGOur spring purchase was unusuallylarge this season in Clothing and rather than take 11 chances we will begin right now in the middle of the season TO SLASH PRICES This is ofClothing SuitsYJ 1 to 750 on Boys Suits it inthisi t J I I j uEBRATEIT 3- HATS i WEARESOLEAENISI It Newest shapes in Young Mens and Boys Hats i j I Agents for the Celebrated HAWES HATS 1 Newest lasts in Young Mens OXFORDS New things in Shirts Collars and TiesyT T I The ROBERTSON= CLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED BOOKER sonyHarry spent Sunday with Mr Edd Pile and wife 0reache at New Hope Sunday morning an night Mrs Nancy Pile and daughter Miss Lillie and little Misses Nannie A and DdreJ E Stevensons of Mooresville BodineAPalmer Cheatham and John Weekly dined with Mr Ben Pile lust Tuesday Several from here attended the en tertainment at Maud church Tuesday night Mrs Josie Settle and daughter Miss Elizabeth visited at the home of Mr Jim Truax Sunday Mr Edd Pile and little daughter Catherine and Mr Louis Kirsch Jr dined with Mr Louis Kirsch and wife Sunday Mrs Eliza Moore and daughter Mrs Mattie Moore and children Of Moores gills Mrs Ruth Randolph and grand children of Louisville Mr Alvin Riley and wife of Stnngtown Mr and Mrs Edd Pile grid Mr George Kirschspent Tuesday at Mr Ben Piles Mr and Mrs Alvin Ri ley of String town spent Saturday night with Mr tIutli Ran dolph and little Misses Nannie Ai aId Mary Archie Pile spent last Wednesday with Mrs Joe Goatley of Sit Zion Miss Frances Settle is visiting her aunt Mrs Sallie Bodine in Nelson tcounty Last week while engaged in house cleaning Mrs Cathie Settle found a large snake intQe wood box in her kitchen There b infno men insight she called Mrs Ophelia S the and to gether they picked up courage and ven tured close enough to the reptile to kill t with a long stickyWe are sorry to say Miss Margaret Boblitt seems to be no better at this writing I Mrs J L Settle is able to be out again after a long illness TEXAS oQ Born to the vrfuof H J Coca nougher on the 28thv a boy Mrs Effie Buck left Monday fiorLui- syille where she will spead several months Mr and Mrs JD PeUr on have re turned from French Lick lnd Mrs Mary EDprsey is oa the silt list We are glad to report Mrs Nancy Cocanougher much improved Miss Hattie Arnold is spending this week with Miss Minnie Funk of near Lebanon Master John McChoid of Lebanon CrosbydProf Durham has as his guests this week his two brothers fromlndianapo lis Mr C P Goode was in Dany l e Monday Messrs J D Peterson and FIPurdom were in Harrodsburg Monday on business IMiss Lillian Sparrow has returned to wasIPeters n J B Peyton and wife of Louis IMr are vsitinffriends and relatives il113uisyillethis Miss Maude Kimberlin of Louisville is the guest of Mrs E D Purdom WHITE HALL Mr Grace Foster and Miss JennieI May Dean of Harrodsburg Saturday night with the formers cous ins Misses Alice and Hattie Busby Mr G D Shewmaker wife and little daughter Birdie spent Friday wit Mr John Sweeny Tamil y of Mack yule Mrs Mattie Sharp and children ot r rrrrrrrrrSr14 Mackville spent Wednesday with her parents Air and Mrs G L Warner Clay Shewmaker has returned home i after a weeks stay at his uncles Mr t Aaron MurphyfeMr Sabe Cooksey and wife Elvjn Birch wife and daughter Mile attend ed church at Glens Creek Sunday and dined with Mr and Mrs Cash Shew= maker Mr Harrison Steele of near Har rodsburg spent last week with his daughter Mrs G L Warner l Misses Olive Sutton and Willie Rub of Willisburg spent Saturday night with Miss Belle Birch Mr and Mrs 0 J Hickerson gave their father Mr Creed Hickerson ar dinner Saturday in honor of his sey entieth birthday Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples MaineSsays in a recent l tterI have used Dr Kings New Discovery manyyears for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life 1 have found it a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly forty years New Discovery has lungremediesmonia and healer of weak lungs it has a Haydon100 Trial bottle free- Overheard In Rome American Girl = Lets gp to the Cap toline museum and see the wolf that nursed Romeo and Juliet LIppIn cotts tww ww5 f GO TO GRIF- FINSPRINGS S iH The Season Will Open June 20 The Springs are located 11 12 miles South of Camp bellsville on tfie Columfbia pike Terms Reasonable RL fAULKNER Prop Q DOHONEY Mng 3 Rome Ky I j 1 e i I yr 4 F i 01THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1908 J f II Salejj I 1 Fiorli J I CASH 1 1 O01 y has I Dr1GT1Burton RESIDENT DENTIST v Teeth out Pairi CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Ky Office in flagon Block up stairs r C L Brady Rt3 has for sale from 500to 800 bushels of corn Will sell in any amount from half bushel up Insure in the Farmers Home insiir ance Company the only company that pays its losses in full J N Wells General MDJ Junction City Ky r FOR RENT Groceiy room formerly occupied by Irvine McElroy and office formerly occupied by W F Neikirk Apply to W K ROBERTSON ESTRAYS S spotted shoats were taken up on the farm of R L Montgomery Owner may have them by applying to WP Montgomery Springfield Ky Rt 1 FORSALETwosets single harness and one set double harness G W LYON i Notice Notice All persons indebted the estate of J M Burton deceased please call at the Peoples Deposit Bank and settle their accounts It is necessary for tFfe estate to be settled immediately Also all persons holding claims against said estate please present them properly 4 proven J A BOULWAKE Executor J M Burton Deceased i pj 1SPECIALfloor Oil Cloth LinQleumnS1lattings1 Carpets Druggets and II Paper i d Ladies Skirts Spring Jackets IIAt Reduced Prices- SpecialP1rices 1will Also be Made on MensClothing Iit I i The backward season forced this reduction i Irundy Mclnli- re1TECIII Extracted With Springfield Local News Notes xredand The commencement exercises of St Catherine will take place June 15 at the handsome new St Catherine The program promises to be a treat to lovers of educational advancement and the good Sisters are tqbe Congratulated on their success After the com mencement the Alumnae banquet will take place MrsMW Hyatt will preside as toastmistress A Lawn Fete will be given ca t the Grundy Orphans Home on Friday afternoon and evening from 4 to 10 oclock The proceeds are to be used towards buying a wagonette for the chIldren Refresnments served AdI missron25e Everybody welcomeI LOSTRosarygold chain ruby beads last Sunday at St Rose or between Sv Rose and W H Mullicans gate Return td W H Mullican LOSTSAJoJdsigncthat pin between D r Rays residence and Mr J F Greenes residence Return to this office The grand jury adjourned last Wed nesday and Circuit Court completed its session oil Monday of this week t i Born to the wife of Mr GL H don oh Sunday June 7a girL YI ooooosx oooo6ooooooopoooooo IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOUttASK YOUR ROCER FOR Pride of Washington or c l Choice AsUPAtURED BY J w Highest market pti e paId for WHEAT CGGQGOC coaoooooo- m f g t DownahdQut I Put up your SCREENS in time Save trouble and worry IandPRICES RIGHTrI Springfield Lumber Co jt tTt IKentu Death of Mr Michael Lanham Mr Michael Lanham for many years a citizen of this county died in Louisville at St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Saturday morning of a complication hadFcently went to Louisville for treatment While there he underwent anopera tion hoping that he would be benefited thereby but the operation came too late and he was never able to leave his bed The remains were brought to this place Saturday night and taken tothe home of Mr T P 0 Bryan The funeral services were held Monday morning at St Rose church Mr Lanham was about fifty years o f age and hall spent the main portion of his life in this county He was one of ten children but leaves surviving only one brother Mr Miles Lanham and one sister Mrs Geo Smith both of whom reside in Illinois Mr Lanham also left surviving him a wife and five smallchildren Mr Lanham was a member of the fortifiedbythewas kindhearted and generous and will be sadly missed by family and friends The Sun extends sympathy to the bereaved ones The Walton Changes A trade was consummated last Saturday by which the management of the Walton Hotel changed hands Mr C M Rice retiring and Mr Hamilton Robertson assuming the management Mr Robertson who took cbarge Sun day morning is a popular and accom odating young man and is wellacquain ted with the traveling public as he has been connected with the Walton and Springfield Hotels and with the Brown Proctoria of Winchester F Mr Robertson may always be depended upon give the visitors of the Walton a pitable reception Mr and Mrs C M Rice havc made many friends during their residence in Springfield and the people here regret giving them up Besides knowing the hotel business thoroughly Mr Rice has that air of the old time Southerner which makes his guests at home when within his portals He has several of fers which he is considering but as yet has not fully decided where he will lo cate In a few days he will leaverfor Martins yiUc Ind for his health Base Ball The Springfield base ball team took a trip to Bardstown and Bloomfield last week playing one game at each place They won the former by a score of to 4 but lost to the team at the latter price composed of players from sever al towns and the umpire by the close score of 7 to Will Robertson twirled against Bardstown and Lester Gibbs against Bloomfield The home team will play the Louis ville Sluggers Wednesday and Thurs SchooltDR W V STALLARD LISPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 Ovqr SIcElroj Blinders Grocery TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OR DANGER No Charge When Plates are Wanted r J f peae e e qeae e eooeoeo a I Personal Notes f n e anAtq Q Personal News e 0Qea5aeaeaeaeaea Rev W H Williams and Wallace Duncan were in Lebanon Monday Mrs C F Bosley was the guest of firstHofMr Will Thompson visited the family of Mr H R Thompson last week Miss Berth Miller of New Hope will arrive this weeltftoivfsltjier sister Mrs W F Trusty f LouisvilleMQnd Mr and Mr2J W Bush spent Sunday in Bloomfield Mr Woodson Moss of Winchester was here Saturday MrsJennieisister Mrs J FPettus1I- Saturday and Sunday Miss Mabel Price is yisiting Miss ahniesniithof Bloomfield Dr M W Hyatt wife and sons were in Bloomfield the past week guests at Walnut Grove farm the home of Mr J D Motch and wifetheir grandparents IMr W F Grigsby accompanied Grigsby is at Maple Hill today Jon business Before returning home- Mr and Mrs Grigsby will visit friends in Bloomfield rMr J Logan Bosleyf of Lebanon visited friends at this place the first of the weekMr J JSharp of Willisburg spent Saturday in town Messrs W T Leachman and John Kelly who have been ill for some time are improving1 Dr Ji Mr Spaulding was in Leb anon Sunday Messrs Gambron Mattingly and Frank Peters of Lebanon were in town Sunday Mr Hugh Sties and family spent Sunday in Maud Messrs Robert McClellan and Hal dene Campbell spent Sunday in Camp bellsville lrW W Hatchett of Wilmore visited his son Mr Otha Hatchett of this place last week Mr J L Barber was in Bardstown Monday on business x Mr Henry Wells and wife spent Sunday and Monday with the formers parentsat Tatham Springs MrJ J McCabe is in Louisville Misses Regina and Lida Clements ofeMr Mike Lanham here Monday Dr and MrslIW Hyatt were in Louisyille Friday Mrs J W Riedel andf children will leave Friday for a visit to relatives in Louisville 1 Mr Sam Jones of P rsonsKans is visiting his mother Mrs Jennie Tal Iabott = Miss Katherine Gore left last Thursday for a visit to relatives in Louisville and Hodgenville Mrs D H Houston and daughter Miss Hallie of Maud were in town Saturday Mrs G F Hamilton and children of Hillsboro Ohio will ldtoing near town Bargains During the next Few Days I will offer Every Hat IN A1Y HOUSE AT Greatly Reduced Prices i am sure a visit from you to my Millinery Store will convince you that i am quoting some low PricesMiss Willie Knott 1 J i + i11 Want Produce t t it it+ ESPECIALLY iS J tffroi t rAnd I will pay the Js w til Highest t+ tL Market I t8w J r t 1 Prices 1t ti GROCERIES n tWI At educed PrIces Ir w i Come to see me I am selling SOME GOODS AT COST tin order to make room for a new refrigerator ai d will tiT soon be handling Fresh pleats of all kinds Groceries as usual at Low Prides ir2 4 XE1 V COX +1i H ++ tMisses Annie Mayes and Eleanor Duncan were in Lebanon Friday Miss Sallie Bosley of Lebanon visited friends here Sunday Hon Tohh W Lewis was in Bards towp Monday Mr Geo E Medley of Owensboro is visiting his family at this place Miss Carroll of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Flaget Simms has returned home Mr Ricketts Boulware after a several days visit to relatives in Henry aunty has returned home lIrspius Whalen arid children of Bardstown are visiting her parents 0near1townMrs Janie Willett has returned home after a visit to her son Mr Irvine Wimsatt of LouisvilleI Mr Miles Lanham of Auburn lit brotherIMrMike Mr P K Shewmaker of Prince ton Ind is visiting his mother Mrs F M Shewmaker near town Mr Shewmaker is employed as boilermaker in the Southern Railroad shops at Princetown Mr W B Spears left Monday morning for Birmingham Ala where he will attend the annual reunipn of the Confederate veterans In years Mr Spears is one of the oldest of the vete = lans but in spirit and vigor is one of the youngest I Prof S D Kesner assistant prin cipal of the Springfield Graded School iris returned to Stanford Ky Prof Kesner did commendable work in the school during the past year He leases many friends behind Messrs Wallace G Duncan and J Robert Mayes Jr have returned homo j from the State University of Kon tucky where they have been attend school Both of these young men U well at the University and are u servedly popular Enjoyable Meeting of U DjL Mrs W F Grigsby entertained in her usual attractive style The May Farnis Chapter of U D C on Saturday last Jefferson Davis natal day The program was full of good things Miss Nellie Greene gave the life of the only President of the Confederacy Jefferson Davis Mrs Carrie Durrett gave a tribute to Grant and Lee Mrs Oscar Walker read a most interesting on local reminiscences Marion County ofitimbBradfordsville Tuesday Mr C iL Matson discovered a large rattlesnakes With the assistance of his brother Mr W G Matson he quickly killed it The snake was four feet long and had twelve rattles beside the button eVit dearly being fifteen years old Matson presented the snake tp Mirvi Chas Kobert who will preserve itin r alchohol A handsome gold watch belonging to v Mrs Otis Mouser was stolen fromher room at the residence of Mr Ben P Doom where she has been boarding for several months on Friday nigjhX while the family were at supper OH Tuesday morning the case was place in the hands of Mr J A Thompson deputy sheriff and private detective with the result that the watch was recovered the same morning Tom Coor er age 15 the colored house boyS had stolen it and buried it in the back yard of the loom property and when tak n in charge by Mr Thompson quickly confessed The watch was returned t 0 Mrs Mouser in less than one hour aft 1 Mr Thompson took charge of the cas HA DErv it As Iwas absent from last Wslcolumn I will jot d wn a few items A good rain fell last Wednesday fig and most of the farmers made goodafe1 of it and set out tobacco Mr Ernest Gray spent Sundayartf Mr Russell Hardin Mr Ezra Goodlett wife sand liltt son W Cwere guests olMr Wl S Goolett and family Saturday night Sunday i4limsi Fmma Rose and soils Potif f LiVsv were guests of Misses Jeng 3- ti yaleria Gomllett Wednesday BIrs Mollie Williams and daught J r Ftnnle were guests of Mrs Sr He deity Tuesday afternoon MJSS Sarah Trent of Pohn pej Saturday night and Sunday with Mive Ethel Gray Mr Edd Gray spent Saturday s 2 iSlfaed3pr n WilhsburgM Only Lost One Mrs Cynthia Duncan Georgetocr Ky says i had occasion to use Bourbon Poultry Cure with my turkeys this year and it cure them tonI lost one dont think I would have lost soonSold7 J r a r 5 Ii fl THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1908 t i riTiiiI THE SYCAj ORE OFl WABASH Copy right by Waldon Fawcett FairbankspresidentialnominaLionvice president Fairbanks was One of the senators from Indiana having been elected in 1897 and reelected ih 1903 He is 56 years old QUEEN OF THE HENS PEG MOST PERFECT FO fVL SO l FAR FOUND ls If Cared For by Her Own Valjet and Takes Life Easy Owned by tKan- sas1 City Millionaire Vyho t j Raises Poultry jIv St LouisThe queen of tjlie hen- s9f those in America at lea tis a crystal white Orpington u Peg belonging to Ernest Kellerstrass i mil lionaire of Kansas who nralies the raising of prize poultry a fad It is said that no other helli in the world has won so many blue jriblions ash ve been awarded to PegJ jAccord ing to the National Poultry associa lion of America she is the rjipst pet feet Jowl so far found Atj several s1wssbe has scored 073sThe services of a v4 et al some times two are given over exclusively to the care of this hen She lives in a big steam heated bariijand is given a bath every day She has her own private pen in whic i to run and look for worms Other ighickens are not permitted to associate with her She is fed ground meat anjl ground toast especially prepared Her legs and feet are manicured her feathers brushed and sprayed Iier comb treated chemically to redden its ciqlor and her beak kept highly polished and well rounded Peg has not a broken or missing leather She is also perfect In con tour of her body and her legs irid feet are featherless which count perfec tion in this lass of bir sfPegs valet receives a big salary to attend to her wants He watches over her to see that no other chickens break into her pen and engage jeg in a u fight thereby damaging her fine plumage He also inspects jlVer food carefully buying the meat himself that enters into her daily diet Peg is possessor of a dainty man cure set and a cut glass perfume sprayer both the gift of icfdmiring women who have visited hei jai poul try showsIl Since 1903 Peg has been blhg the rounds of poultry shows every yea taking on new honors She Kyqn fir prize for perfect points at London Honolulu New York Jamestbwn Chicago and Kansas City Peg is the proud owner of 18 blue ribbpris A s her fame spread she became ia greater attraction among poultry fanciers In New York Mme Padere ki who is herself a poultry fancier veiled the poultry show and was immedi teiy im pressed with Peg When slievisited the Chicago poultry show snje saw a- cumber of blue ribbons attached to Pegs booth In Kansas City she visIt j ed the Kellerstrass reiI 2500 for Per rarn1al1lotr re d IusePeg lays about 225 eggs each year but Mr Kellerstrass has fo ltlie last year refused to sell any eggs fpm her as he is striving to produce a pen perfect chickens of this kind He ha so far been unable to raise a blyd per fect in every marking and standard rPeg is a great source of attraction to Kansas City people hun reds whom visit the Kellerstras rfarm t see her She is very friendly having 3 spent a great deal of time at ipoultry1 rrshows Being an object of admiration does not seem to embarrass her h x4 Cat Walks 1000 Miles Home stonSeyen months ago Mrs Alexander Packard was visiting 1 ends in Chicago With he was her prize winning cat One day they went 1 auto riding and the cat was qst Mrs Packard returned home and the cat appeared none the worse for its 1000 mile trllon foot J ICr ott t i ILLINpIS CARP SOLD AS FOODI Fishermen Market 20000000 Pounds of the Article Some Years P =Bioomingto i Ill Fishermen of Illij nois annually realize 250000 to 500 000 from the sale of carp more often the latter su m according to the an anal report ol the Illinois fish commission just IS bed The annual catch of thh specic s of fish runs to 000 pojands in some years 200001 and formidable indictments carp asbeing unfit for human are quashed by the state fish commis sion dutIofcaninjurf6wUthat they injure other fish and that Way areinot food fish The admits that there are species boardI that ate of superior quality and of finer eating but to the many people who cannot obtain bass salmon troutIhad mackerel e cth carp boon The consumption of carp in the carpgoingly large It has been declared that the planned white fish that appear so o ftenbn New York menu cards is nothing but carp so delicately cooked by expert chefs as to make the decep don impossible to detect Illinois is the great carp state of the union and great as is the commercial Insignificantcomped passfeedit DIFFER AS TO LOVE TAPl City Official Angry Over Property Owners Whack with Umbrella Wilmington DelIs a whack over the Bead with an umbrella a love whichRegistrardepartment and Henry F Dure ono thecItythan 30 years old MrlG rohe says that Mr Dure en tered the water departments office and lifter asking where everybody wasthithim over the head with au umbrella Mr Pure wanted to know thetDnreagaiI1stMr replied that he was not yet through with him Mr Grohe says that the tap was so severe that he hja ll MrD1rWhy I n ver thought anything about the matter said Mr Dure I did not hit hard enough to kill a IYI r1Groheshould have taken offense + SAUERKRAUT B IRTWDAYSI Reading Mother Has Series of Novel Anniversary Dinners Ellsirorthsthe mother of 20 children celebrates wIthas+ theaJanuary she prepares two dinners one on January 6 and the other on Janu atetwonly one In Mary there are two birthdays one on Majj 3 and the other on May 7 July brings two tale brations on July 9 and July 31 In September here are twp more sauer kraut dinners on Septeniber 4 and 18 November and Dece ber have only oneeach the former a celebration on November 15 and tie latter on De 12 1 i 4r AFAI- RProposition t eo J To Bankers Brokers and Business Men You whose conservative training and whose business methods prompt you to look askance at any enterprise banking merchan tile industrial pr what not that promises to pay an investor or stockholder mora than 6 78 or 10 per cent we have a word to say to you We know that you know that there are hundreds of enter prises in the United States and throughout the world that pay enormous dividends upon the par value of the stock You know that there are monopolies which by reason of controlling a particu car product make enormous profits You know that there are very few natural monopolies in the world You know that any corpora III PROOFS Towit h 1t The statement madn in the report of the United States Geo logical Survey that there are but two quarries of lithographic KyThetor quality and dependability of supply the Bavarion quarries are 1 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 examm ing our quarry stated over his signature that it was practically inexhaustible As a further proof of the puddjn m said adver tisement there was printed over the signatures of the expert en gravers and transferrers who have spent their lives in working upon lithographic stone positive statements to the effect that the thatswas 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 up into the hundreds of millions of dollars You will know it you will do us the kindness to read a copy of a letter from Robert Mayer Company importers of lithographic discreditedIYou know and we most respectfully submit this proposition that no corppration coulcafford 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 Uf this Commonwealth our next door j neighborsand not about a property a thousand miles away and out everytC 7 If of read advertisement in weeks issue hunt orL office pake the below and to us for our h f We earnestly ask you give yourself the benefit of the doubt obtain copy of the advertisement andrea it or if you read you evidently did not read it carefully 1fyou read it carefully you failed to credit the apparently astounding statements made Let us have heart to heart talk with you This proposition iRe open to you also We accept subscriptions for as small an amount of stock as 10 shares just to give you the opportunity We say to you that if you can make it for 500 shares which you can obtain for 250 you will have secured a sufficient number of shares the income from which will keep your family in comfort the rest of your lives and the lives of your children and your childrens children We know that it is a serious thing to ask the wage earner to invest his savings in corporation but we state without hesitation that he may do so with perfect safety There is no risk in this proposition unless we fail get the necessary money to buy the and if we fail to do this the Louisville Trust Company Kywill refund the amount of your subscription with 3 percent interest added If we succeed in doing it you wIll t jI Based upon the minimum earnings of dividends to part of the first 100000 shares will secure the stock at onehalf par value therefore 1000 will buy 20 sHares which will upon minimum esti mated earnings pay 10 annually and the stock one ear after plant is dbe- worth 160 2500 will buy 50 shares and- should earn 40 annually stock should be worth plant is in operation 40000 5000 will buy too shares land should earn 80 annually should be worth one year after plant is in I operation 80000 I W R r pr buy 200 shares and should earn 160 ann ally stock should be worthone year after plant is in operation j6oo buy 1060 shares+ and should earn 8oo a n should be worth one year after ifcfea rppuction begins Soob 1000 twin buy 2000 shares and should earn i 600 annually stock should be worth one year after production begins 16 ooooo I Co r tions anywhere fortunate enough to possess a physical property containing a product used all over the world and sold for a pricehrepresenting forty or iifty times the cost of production should enrich its stockholders You know if you read the page advertisement in last Veeks edition that in it a claim was made by this company that it possessed a foot ledge of lithngraphic stone tiunderlying a 260 acre hill You know if you read said advertise rttl1eierfferedits character and its value than was furnished m said advertise ment t t BRIEFLY I fcitizen in Kentucky and the proofs we are offering we c ul lotafford to publish if they were not true for the simple reason that rthe source of said proofs are equally within easy 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 foUylfor to make the following proposition unless toe are in position to back it up intevery Way Here is the proposition If our claims and our state ment be true we are offering a stock to the general public that will pay larger dividends than any security ever sold in the state aboutThereforethe time consumed of any citizen of this Commonwealth 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 trans ferrers and experts who are responsible for the work examine the quarries at Brandenburg and after such investigation say over shi signature that there is no foundation but simply for the genJT eral claim made but speciffically any claim that made We need the necessary capital to equip our wonderful property with the large plant necessary to produce an output for tbeworlds thiSrcapital t j per cent net on the entire capitalization What could we by furnishing the 692 and other nrtions as well 1 It r I SJO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY iIyou failed to the appearing last of this paper up bor send to the newspaper or better still use of coupon send our yourY neigha lL TO THE WAGE EARNERS 1 to a it or evidently in it a a to plant Louisville J Wjjscribers any its in loperation onTdarafter stock WATERSPresident 10000will 50000will nuallystock in Herman Lithographic Stone 9J us or is do sharefJirlY and equally with the banker broker capitalist and v ourselves in the tremendous earnings of this company j If yoiuare still wondering if such good fortune be possible and there isyet doubt in your mind you must hnve an acquaintance or friend in Louisville this city if so write to them and ask them to show yoti the courtesy to come to this office and find out for you if the claims that we have made are true or if you can come your self alsoBear t cents Immediately upon the sale of the first 100 000 shares we will give the order for the plant Immediately thereatter for the additional required the stock will be sold at pare Make no mis take parInthe existence ot a tremendously large juarry of lithographic stoner sImplybccausone KyWrite Take Advantage of The Coupon Below WRITE TODAY r tW R WATERS President German Lithographic Stone CL Kenyon Building Louisville Ky t DEAR SIR tPlease send me the t u of and full particulars together with a sutscnptiojijbjank and samples of lithographing- NAME t STREETANb iN 0 j CITY Lu Luu u uu u u u S K 34STATE t AVmV ROBT LEE JOHNSON VicePresident 1D7475 Kenypn Building r 0 Louisville Kentucky i i I f Jt ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 1908 T il MARY AND THE LAMBS By ROY NORTON CopyrightS Turkey Bill Thats what they called him because he looked like that graceful bird Had the same innocence of eye same craning of skinbedecked neck and same general air of curl osity When Socorro was young there were but four inhabitants to witness the Incoming of the Overland Bill being a visitor went along and thats why he happened to see her first Acting as a guide he carried her baggage to the Williams abode where 3 e reckoned she might put up And in these incidents were the momentous beginnings of Socorro Her name was Mary Brown Why she came no one knew what she was I there for no one knew But that wasnjfcia secret very long She was taking orders for a hairrestoref that was guaranteed to grow fuzz on any lb from Turkey Bill to a Mexican Idog All that was necessary was to ghfTo tone on the inside business wouldnt have looked very flattening when Mary came As a matter of his torical fact Turkey Bill was the only baldheaded man within 100 miles and be didnt belong to SocQrr He was a cattleman from 30 miles away and t hitherto had never particularly bemoaned the loss of nor hankered for more hair Baldness had been a blessing because it saved combing- Maty was a retiring sort of girl but f she didnt haye to work overtime to Impress Turkey because he was at the old tincan age wherehis affections I were easily dented Turkey ordered a couple of cases and when he rode ba k to the valley that night wept unrestrained tears ovex the big family of orphans that must starve unl ssall the range bought freely of the remedy Ast a heartbreaker Mary Brown sweet retiring and coy would have inade Cfeopatra seem a mere black smitbk Her fame spread for many a days ride and itwas astonishing how many men there were on the range who were in direful apprehension of losing their sunburnt locks although most of them could have sported slgnslf Hair to Let Mary liked the country so she built A cfbin of great dimensions hota barbaric thing of adobe but with lum ber shipped in from the west It cost eleven hundred dollars Turkey said and he ought to know because he loaned her the money In addition to her hairoil business r Mary opened up a manicure shop and af night she rented it for dances and such But the manicureenterprise was the most successful thing ever opened In Socdrro because apparently all cowpunchers on the range had been in- great distress for manicuring before she came There was one modest thing particularly noticeable about Mary Brown I She never bragged of all the cities back east she must have seen nor interpolated into a conversation When I was In WichftstrHKan or said You ought to see the swell stores in Omaha Theyre just grandi There was noth ing boastful ab6utvher in this regard But although shdnever even men tioned where she came from men felt this superiority Turkey Bill resolved to travel and get a liberal education thereby He got a chance after much effdrt to ga- through to Kansas City with a stock train But Bill didnt have a very good time He sawtall the big buildings in Kansas City and rode on streetcars for a half day then bought a phonograph and a pair of gilt opera- glasses for Mary and got ready to go ihomerravel1ng wasnt what it was cracked tip to be He finally found the freight office where he was to get a return stock pass and by this time was so nervous that when the man who apparently bossed the railroad rrbarked at him tjirough a grating he was glad it was there Bill was afraid the than would bite When he tried to find his contract he fumbled so much that he dropped all the papers and cigars and other things from his pocket on the floor That was the place where Turkey- met the real kind man He showed his- kindness by helping Bill pick up the scattered documents and among other things a photograph of Mary Brown na had taken along Likelylooking girl quoth the real kind man as he handed the picture back That warmed the cockles of Turkey Bills heart if it had any Y The man seemed to be pretty well posted about the town He took Turkey to a place where they sold things to drink and then they got to be real good friends Jones said he had consumption put didnt have money enough to get to a warmer climate although some of his best friends had recommended him to go there He wanted Bills advice as- to what a man in such a delicate state of health and pocketbook ought to do- A Turkey Bill wasentitled toake- another man back on his stock pass adjf having formed a real love for Jones he offered to take him along They had a nice trip west and Jones cough kept getting better but that hasnt anything to do with the story Most of the boys were glad to see Turkey back or pretended they i were They took Jones in because he seemed a pretty good sort of yellow and in spite of his being such a destitute sort of chap he certainly was a llberal pender k I Looking backLJQver thoeeLiily days t seems oddhpeYery man as soon is he wanteU some hing done or hair Jonesy was no toihandS went around to ilary next morning but early as he was Turkey and nine Jthers were ahead of him so he went away fully deciked to come back later Having nothing felse to do he went to the next best plaice and visited the art gallery When he emerged from the art gallery a short time later he couldnt help but notic how everybody was headed for the jstafron Of course he knew by that at train5 was due He hesitated b jtween a desire to see the great daily vent or Mark Brown Finally he dec4ed this was just his chance as proli bljihere voul1rit bean one at 1far Is was pretty cun ning H Just as the astlof a lot of empty beer kegs were being put into the express car the spectators of the pass ing of the train were fairly petrified by the greatest sight ever seen in Socorro It wcs Jones calm and uni coughing gent but firmly walking with Mary Brown toward there 1 plat form of the train And worst of all Mary didnt lok s hajpy asaJune bride Indeed she seemed rather melancholy and in tears r Tile each other at Mary cowmenjoKCda forbade any couple wanted to elope but somehow it was all so sudden Turkey Bill recovered first just as Jones and Mary started up the rear steps of the long dusty Pullman See here Jt nesyj Bill called in a halfpleading w j In course ifaint nobodys busings if you and Mary is just runnin aay Yes it Isreme a voiced from the rear to allow no Shbrthorris sb4epherdhi tenderfoot- from away back east in Kansas City to cOme rollicKin onto this range and runoff with our Mary Shes got ter give her consent We dont know but what youre I qnaPinOf herYto hold us up fer a rar som Loud cries f Thats right It dont goit c nt go cdme from the throng Mary seeriied pleased and showed signs o f regret and hesitancy att aking this rash step under the be- guilements of a man who wore a boiled shirt She seeded on the point of addressing her admirers but a low r from Jones riduced her to silent t Jones then sieved himself forward and made a speech You fellow jrea set oit puckers he said Wlat do you care where Mary Brown gjafes 1 Turkey Bills chest expanded as he broke in witi1 an Answer Care Care You unmanicured Piute I may as well uell you this here Miss Brown with the emphasis on the nsSris ingaged ter marry me Im the bully boy Inat cares sqme Every man n the platform turned a fiery gaze on iTurkey Some instinc tIveldroppedt hands on their holsters Some were atp zed It looked tricky t and lIKe an nde table dealfThe voice Of Jones in loud full lunged derisive laughter broke the silence ti Engaged tpmarry you eh Well thats good one reason Why shes going Sack east with me Shes under arrest She ran a matrimonial bureau before she came here has one husband living and is engaged to 14 other gents liack there from allot whom shes gojt money And all the backwoods counties arent heard from yet but Im closing the polls right now Im an pfficer and reckon Im due to get abdiit 3000 reward for this trip and by the way Im much obliged to you Tfor the pass It helped some v Jones opened the Pullman door and pushed Mary jinside politely bowing and lifting his hat to the ocorroans as he disappeared The lconductor waved his hand high in the air and the wheels revolved while Socojrro stood stunned land speechless in utter bewilderment They stood ind watched the last vestige of smok and diist as the trafn pulled out of Sight Thenr kInk Bill ings planted ihiimself in ftcnt of Tur key Bill and aid very gen ly Pard was ye lyfn abbut that bClnlnga ged Not by amellufasight came the sturdy respoiise An whats more although we was keepin itj a clost se cret beIng ujider promise 1 give her 200 to buy a gem nt ring with More blank ama eD1 nti and then loud voices iht speech A close tally disclosed the fact that of 27 men pre J ent 19 had furnished various sums for the same 19 bad promised absolute ecre yand the eight 6thers outside the engagement guild had loaned sweet 1 Brown noney with which to bridgouther little brothers and sisters frbm the east Turkey Bil sil nUy stepped to the edge of the platform di ewfrom a pocket in his shirt a threebyfour photograph otMary Brow which he tore to tatters and scattered to the winds TwenCysix other men lined themselves up and followed his example Twentysev6nn men filedJndian fashionto ti Cowmans Restand prepared for tbJe night which was to be trie most memorable in Socprros his tory while a wise spider began weav ing cobwebs over the window panes through which Mary Brown had been wont to smile And in the dawn as he started forthe ranch Tennyson George with apIece of charcoal wrote upon her door Mary was a little lam on the borrow She gatherer the fleefce we had And dam near broke Socorro t f tj f lS Dr WF trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All Work guaranteed Office Over Haydoii Barber 21I D LAKEf Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY SLife Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mtttual always reliable and the best dividendpaying coinpanyin the world Your nsurancoso1ici DR M HYATT Vf T n JNO M SPAULDING OFFICE OvER THE REI CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS DR HYATT J l 1030 to 12 4to5pm mIr Dr SPAULDING 2 to 4 pro Andin office all Night t f Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYv fOFFICE OVERC HAYDONS DRUG STORE Office Hours StogA lILto2M H1AMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 r t MISS ELLA ADAMS v NURSE 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to the above there are nine AlaskalateInZormationSUDSCIUUInsbymallThe Evening Post is first In everything has the most State news and beat market reports A dally newspaper for the home The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Atlas and Evening Post With This Paper THE POST and THE SUN BOTH ONE YEAR 35O i THE BEST w0N BUSINESS SCHOOL EARtH The best sdhoolon earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time and smallest expense and prepares the young people for the best positions CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete course in the latest and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day Get full particulars from the editor of tjiispaper or Rev Granville W Lyon or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky CHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY r ISBY5ILONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGERS CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED iSt 5tr i r r a I ASt d i f I 8I tJ THEtSPRMGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE io i108 t t JI Hlli WHAT SHALL WE DO TO OBTAIN YOUR ORDER FOR t BUGGIES n tJ t = r We sell directly from the rnar- i t J factory to you saving all th Cr middle mans profit such a MireJght2 1Jwr hqdal1SShOlHWe f I jrnarket as described below arjd j sell it for even less than you have i iDe eii paying for that socalled good buggy that the spokes wentr loose in the hubs and the shaft Irons broke and the gear went lBfto pieces when you had had itiilxa short time rThe following are from reli able men who have used Arnolds Bug gieS from three to five years and haveS given them thorough and severe test We are manufacturer of buggies only NOne but the bestmjterlallS used and llare sold months guarantee Read what our customers and let us have a trial order You kill then have no others Danville Ky January 18 1908To Whom It May I have been I buying R M Arnold buggies m my livery for the past three years and they ve proven to be splendid buggies I have reordered tor 190S We will be pleased to recommend to any one who isdhteresled B G Fox Harrods urg Ky January 1 1908 To Whom It May Concern V etheundersign d have d two of R M Arnolds buggies thisHseason and find them to give good service ami are good buggies for the money VANAHSDALE BROS Liverymen t j Maud Ky December 27 1907 To I Whom It May Concern I had R M Arnold make me a buggy and road wagon last spring and they have given perfect satisfaction every particular I work over a very hilly country and have tried several makes of buggies in F the last twenty years and prefer Ar iiolds to any of them J if DR IJ N SHEHAN tarrodsburg Ky December 27 ffl I am using the fR rMt Arnold Buggy arid it is giving per sfect satisfaction A trial is sufficient 30U will always be a customer i L B GIVENS Liveryman Harrodsburg 3 1908To Users of BuggiesI bought of R Ml Arnold three new buggies and have rune them the entire season They have proven to be the ONLY livery buggy I ever had in my stable I have not spent a cent on them during theyeaF Am glad recommend them any one who feels interested A M TATpM Liveryman i Danville Ky December 24 1S07 = Jro the Public I pleasure recommending R M Arnold and his buggies I haye used six of his bug tgies for twelve months in my livery staoha and I have not spent a dollar on the entire ot I consider the bigg I the best livery buggjj for the money I ever bought REID Liveryman Stanford Ky December 15 1008 To the PublicWe have used and are still using buggies made by R M Ar iuiu in behalf of his work can say everydetailno equal We have less expenditures- on his work than on all others As to Mr Arnold we recommend him tothe trade with utmost confidence We will be to answer all inquiries with r pleasure BEASLEY BROS Liverymen 4iF Wharton Tapp and Roblitt t Sc Bishopp Springfield Ky are vijsers of our busies also Brown Peters and Cfume BrosVofI Lebanon Ky Call upon the abOve mentioned gentlemen and jexamine these buggies fR M i ARNOLD 7 1 DANVilJLE KY t Li1 I THEIR STANCE MEETING The giri who looked to be about 18 and who liad on a big brown veil and tan shoes hastily put upa hand to her hair as the young man who wore vio lent heliojtrppe hosiery and had college colors abdixt liis hat rounded the cor ner She held her head high and mere Jy lowered her eyelashes in haughty greeting as they met and passed Each oil them turned around at the same instant to glance back at the other Trien the young man coughed to hide his contusion HEr he began I thought you dropped something I was jgoing to pick Itirp iI am in a very great hurry said the Voting woman seyerejy yet standing still You dl ways are said the young man with the college colors sadly It is too bad thought if you hail time we might sort of explain things and You may have things to explain interrupted the young woman giving her veil 8 jerk In fact there are several things 1 can think of thatneed- expllhingbut as for myself it is dIf- ferent JI like Ah tsaid the young man warmly Just as if I were the only oue to blame But I know whatyou think of jihe all right I dont see she said icilywhy you should beat all interested in What I think pt you In fact I am quit- esureyou are not You dont care t 1 Like that t at all Jhat I think Dear me it is three o clock and I shall miss my appointment Don t let me keep you said the young man carelessly stepping in front other to block her further prog resSi Vr am just as much interested in your opinion of eas you are in my opinion of you You dont care at all about it not a little bit L wonder If IJarvey is waiting for me He took out his watch ostentatiously You J better go right along and see said the young woman sternly It is dreadful to keep people waiting You think that ls xali they have to doiwait for you y I know a little about 1at myself Now Mabel protested the young man uh vent I told you a dozen times that the trolley line Avas blocked That was why I didnt Jget dhere when I said I would i The yjouiig woman tossed her head A gentleman always ikeeps his ap poiniriiehts she insisted You should have got to my house on time somehow Oh you could have taken another car br some friend could have happened along ina auto mobile or something 1 suppose you would have just sat in that car waiting if a dozen friends in automobiles had happened along You were just about las anxious to see me as that would indicate j Yoyare awfully unkind said the youtjgiman grinding his heel on the cement walk You k ow batter Id like to kiowyiiQW I skould know jtfetter murmured the young woman fixing her gl iive very car- efuIlyThcrcs no rieason lifcr I should Dbiif yoU think so queried the younigman with deep eaning You knowjiiiQw I feel here isnt any other iron earth bnt you T1iY Harry said the girl in the brownyeil You shouldnt talk that wayf i m3rtearningarm has they rnech nically started down the street together How glad I am that I just hap pened to come this way he ex claimed a little later flUjwe hadnt met U might have been ages before wed have made up Yes I just chanced tobe coming this way too said the young wom anct wouldnt for thc world have run Into you deliberately and I thought this was the hour you were In clisi such a mistake on my part- but ihpediU cts fate saidtie young man olemnly We n erDuId stand ft to be separated Ifeel so happy Soso do I confessed the girl with the brown ieili Have you really got to meet Harvey 1 That was just a bluff confessed the y0iing man with the colors IHov bout your appointment- I uess that can wait said the girl with the brown veil Chicago Dally News = I FINE SPECIMEN OF THE BISON President Roosevelt is at the head of the American Bison society the ob ject of which is to preserve the animal from extinction An effort is to be made to establish in this country a herd that shall be at least as fine as one collected by several prominent Canadians who have some SCO in captivity rnItLLBIG BORE BLOWS LOUD BLAST BUT GIVES NO WATER Valuable Gas or Oil Field In Central South Dakota Has Been Tapped if xperts Have Guessed ICorrect1y SIoux FbOs R Doria ten cre tract of land owned by EE Hanson of Davison county has been struck the champion freak artesian well In Central South Dakota South Dakota already has a hot water gusher situated at Edgemont the water Which pours from tlie well having a temperature of 125 degrees but the well just struck in Davisca waylandwell I The drillers had been at work for only a few days when they noticed that the wen was emitting a strong greasy odor After the drill had reached a depth of SO feet thefreakish proclivities of the well became more pronounced When the drill reached tliis depth a strong whistling sound came from the piping of the well and this has increased in volume every hour since that time The drillers have since gone about20 feet deeper but the whistling continues to in crease in volume A pump was tern porarily placed in the well and wheij the water was pumped out if wafe found there was considerable sand 9it When this was first noticed the well which is four inches in diameter was left to itself over night in the belief that it would clear itself The pump finally was withdrawn from the piping and the drill was low ered in the casing when the discovery was made that the wind or gas in the freak well had filled the pipe for a distance of about 50 feet with sand The water now had been nearly all sut off a little being permitted to es cape through a small copper cap An inch elbow about two feet log has been extended from the pipe and when the cap on this is removed the gas or wind escapes from the well wIth s1ich force that it can be heard for a distance of 300 feet or more from the well This occurrence is said to be somewhat similar to what Is encountered in the oil and ga3 fields of Pennsylvania and Texas just be fore a good flow of oil or gas is struck This leads the owner of the freak well and others who have visited it to believe that an oil or gas field of unknown extent underlies that imme diate portiortof the state JUSTICE TESTS GALLUSEsf Buyer of Suspenders Loses Both Suit and the Goods St Louis Storekeeper Farris made a big mistake when he took 21 dozen suspenders into Justice OHallarons court to show that the rubber in them was not good They stretched very nicely the justice thought and he gave judgment against Farris on the strength of his own suspenders And wereksqizedagainst him- Farris sells suspenders and similar articles at 610 South Fourth street He bought 61 dozen galluses from the L Tlosenbaum Suspender company Is ew York l After Farris had sold 44 dozen he claimed he discovered that the rubber was nd good and refused to pay a balance of 7938 Rosen baum sued him Farris had suspend ers of every hue icourt to testify for him OHallaron pulled them and yien pulled his own for which he had recklessly paid 50 cents He could not see difference between them and gave judgment for the full amount While Farris was out looking for An express wagon to haul the suspenders away Constables Canty and Young seized them under an attachment Penguins Eggs Latest Delicacy London Penguins eggs are the newest delicacy for the gourmet There have arrived at Messrs Sprig ens Sons Leadenhall market E C 5000 of the eggs the first consignment that has ever been brought to thi country for eating purposes The experiment was initiated by the Cape government which carefully protects the birds The egg is larger than the hens egg and in taste bears some resemblance to that of the plover PAYS RECORD PRICE FOR LAND nfinIiteslmal Lake Linden MichNever in history has a more stupendous price been paid for an interest in a tract of land than hai been recorded at the annual delinquent tax sale held in Ontondgon county In fact were the valuations of all the realty that has changed hands throughout the world since the creation of man to be added together the sum total would be Infinitesimal compared with the amount realized in this one upper Michigan transac tion extent of area considered Forty acres being offered by the county treasurer to cover the taxes for the year 1905 there were two bidders Deen L Robinson of Chassell and Michael Garbi of Rubicon It is a proviso of the Michigan law that only the smallest undivided por tion of the land necessary to pay the delinquent tax hall be sold The bidding was spirited and progressed until finally Mr Robinson offered to pay taxes for oneduode iUlonth of a duodecilllonth of an interest in the land This was too much for Garbi and he dropped out of the competition Some idea of the interest which Mr Robinson 4ts acquired can be gained when it is taken intox consideration that were Mr Robinson to purchase the rest of the 40 acres at the same rate it would cost him 5278 0000 00000000 000000 0000000001 000000 ooooooooooocIoooooooooooooOoooo It was remarked afterward by Mr Garbi that he did not see why Mr Robinson wanted the land so1 very much as the 4J is nothing but a swamp IS OLDEST WEATHER SHARP II Dennis Horigan Nestor at the United States Naval Observatory Washington Dennis Horigan who is connected with the United States naval observatory is perhaps the old est weatherman in the United States He has been keeping tab on the weath er for 51 years j Long before the weather bureau was established Mr Horigant was making observations at the opserv atory night andIday every three hours noting the temperature the barometric pressure the nature of the clouds and the direction of the winds He was appointed under the administration of President Bu chanan in 1857 arid has been in the service ever since He Is now an old man yet Infair health considering his long service and the fact that It included night work He came from the old coun try in the 50s and settled in George town then the most important part of the district of Columbia He was at the old observatory in 1861 when Capt M F Maury left to join the south in the civil war He has served with many nasal officers ami scientists among them Comman der Maury Capt Gulls Admirals Da vis Sands Rodgers Rowan Shufeldt Franklin Belknap Pythian McNair C H Davis and Chester and Profs Hall New omb Harkness Eastman Frisby and Skinner MICE ARE DESTRQYING CROPS Fields in Nevada Are Laid Waste by Countless Little Pests Reno Nev A horde of black mice canying destruction from field to field has caused damage estimated by the officials of the department of agriculture at 250000 in the Carson river valley The pre9of that part of the state reports fields of alfalfa have been devastated pota to crops ruined and trees even strippedof their leaves The government station on the Car son river has placed men in tile field to exterminate the plague Strychnine Is being used in many cases as was done by the Danberg rangers south of here The black mice plague raged in Humboldt county last fall and during the winter was reported near Genoa Finds Gold Lost 24 Years Pittsburg Twentyfour years ago while plowing a field on his farm near Townsite Fayette county John Blair lost hhj wallet containing 135 in gold He has found the last of it Every time he has plowed or worked in the same field Blair has had his eye out for the lost money This week his plow turned up the missing coin hia little heap The sold was as bright and clean as the diay he Jost it 34 GOING BACKWARD T You say your fine new suit cost two dollars said the boy to his bragging companion Well my new suit cost only one dollar less than yours Gee returned the other boy conternptiiousi if youdye paid one dollar less Jn you did for yours they wouldnt ye cost no thin Illustrated Sunday Magazine EXCELLENT REASON FriendWhy do you want to put out another musical coined Wont it interfere with time one you have on the road already P Manager Notl1tallrJ1his one advertises the Punko cjgar while time other advertises a breakfast food 4 Harmless Amusement Many persons with refined minds are apt to depreciate happiness espe dally if it Is of a low type Broadly speaking It ft tIe one thing worth having and low Or high if it does no mischief is better than the most spir Rutherfordl SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMNI J T Watts Parksville sale 15 nice much cows Dee Riley Rt 3 has for sale a good milk cow Short horn has young calf C L Grundy Rt 1 has for sale 50 good shoats Sherman Martin Springfield has for sale a good milk cow C L Brady Rt 3r has for sale from 500 to 800 bushels of corn Will sell in any amount from half bushel upIW P Hatchett Mackville has for sale 45 head of young steers A L Perkins Rt 3 has for sale a good 3ytaroJd milk cow With 3rd calf p WOOL 1 WANTED The farmers of Washington and adjoining counties vlldor well tp communicate withone of the undersigned befo disposing of their wool Ve want wool and will pay the highest prices Will receive at points to sujt farmers W S GIBBS McCLURE MAYs SPRINGFIELD KY A Moneymaker for Agents THE OLD WORLD I AND ITS WAYS By William Jennings Bryan SuperbEngravIngsCol Bryan I Recounting his trip around the world and his visits to all nations Greatest book of travelever written Most successful seller of this generation FOUR EDITIONS in Four MONTHS The agents harvest Write at once for Territory and Agents Outfit AGENTS OUTFIT FIREE Send fifty cents to cover cost of mailingjand handling Address THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO ST Louis Mo Commissioners Salet Washington Ciapuit CourttJy Sarah Settles Plaintiff tJ ties etc Defendant jij4 By virtueof a JUdg of sale of the Washingt Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1908 in the above styled cause 1 shall proceed to offei ior sale at the court house door in Springfield Ky abOut the hour uf 2 oclock pm or thereabout on MONDAY JUNE 22 1908I the same being county Icon rt upon a credit of six and twelve months and bounded and described as follows Washington r Beginning at a stone m the middle of a drain corner to J Si Sutton then S 54i W 1252 poles to a beech tree corner toJ IL Davis thence N 3351 W 48 JE 1956 poles to the middle of Mayes creek thence up the creek as it 35Emouth of a branch corner to Mrs Ray bourne thence up said branch or drain icontamIngthe same being the land which was conveyed to A F Settles by J S Sutton of date the 23rd day of September 1902 recorded in Deed Book 48 page 593 in the office of the Washington county court For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds beam ing legal interest from date of sale un til paid and haying the force andef fectofa Judgment A lien will be retained on land for which bond is exe cuted Bidders will be required to com ply promptlywIth these terms M G LEACHMAN I Master Commissioner Washington Circuit Court How to Cure I Your Piles lODe Often To Carelessness 01 Neglect JTheto cure even desperate cases of pl1esysa physician whose years and expert nee make him an authority Indeed1 he says further 1 have some very aggravated cases of long standing cured by a simple home remedy that restOred to the bowels easy natural daily mcSvs ments And the doctor Is right as many letters otthetryDroften save themselves the terrible pain and danger and the heavy expense of asevere surgical operation Piles are often due to constipation and are always aggravated by 1C Easy natural movements of the bowels such as Are Invariably produced by this fam ous laxative without pain oij gripe do much to restore a normal healthy cSndi tlon to the bowels and thus cure piles M H Miller Mow que HI says Ihave been troubled all my life with piles manyIninq years and haveno more troub1ewith- plIes H N John Minneapolis Kan aays he suffered for four years with piles which were so bad that he could not work Four bottles of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin cured him and he says he has not been bothered since Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Is a sate sure remedy for constipation restoring easy natural dally movements In the worst old chronic case yet so mild and pleasant to take mothers give it to their babies with splendid results It Is sold perbottleBldgV Monticello will send a frM sathplOto anyone who has not used itaidwIU give It a fair trial t For mule by The Red Cro a Drug Stort