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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tIt i r i L E = i X tr Tt 1 birinflth nnj V h DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t tfi r I VOLUME IV It rc f SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY I JUNE 171 1908 = NUMBER 2 8 r 1 EDITORIAL SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR P k 4 WOE TO HIM THAT TOWN WITH IAND STABJSllET1 CITY INIQUIty THE PARDON UQn Ham Goebel was foully assassinated in the city of Frankf0rt the CUlminjtiOntof the blac estptever StlurdayJune son issued pardons to Caleb Pov ers and James Howard who were chaid with complicity in the crime spePfmanydaysl reading the of these ca es and 4S jfthatnce of t Powersand Howard In hisjeiigthyI opinion Mr Wjllson fails to direct the attention of the reader to pr04lof the innocence of these two men bnj mere ly extemporizes He doesnt dttempt to tell why Powers endeavortt es cape 1under disguise thejcity of whyfcP rs a from 1orfoa crime he never COIjlIhted I MAHJA DANGEROUS r Prominent members 1of Mrlj Tafts Own party accuse him of dealing un fairly and inja highhanded land out I t rageousmannep in the delegatecontest- cases recently tried out in Chicago The Louisville Herald denounces the tactics l employed by Taft maJe s as contemptible and mean politjiqs and Sehator Bradley has frequentlyj 3amned everybody connected with th + ltlontest board The Louisville Herald and other iJ Republican newspapers and Senator Bradley and other leaders have grounds for kicking Mr Taft wassdifish he appropriated Everything in the way of delegate voteto hfs own use To say the least e hod3 w re question able and unbecoming to ajman seeking the Presidency of the United t States The bold robberies practiced would make a wardheeler blush vith shame In view of the stupendous teal the natural question which arises 1 l should a man who boldly practices rmjbery in the manner practiced Jby Tat and his followers be nominated by a great poI litical party jfor President If elected to the Presidency would hen4t1el1ploy such methods in dealing witt sthe peo pIe Because of his selfish os ition as President of the dir States would Taft not be d n To ad vance his personal interests would he not sacrifice the interests of ithe peo pIe A man who is dishonest n one instance will be dishonest in another in stanceI TIME PACIFIETH II Gov Willsjon acted wisely n taking a long time to decide the Powers and Howard pardon cases Thai lengthy record gavejhim an opportunity to kill time arid in this manner prepared tfce minds of the people for the pardon On the night of November 5 last r when the news of Willsons election was announced jit was conceded by all that ptirdonedbut Governor tp have hastily proceeded in the matter While Mr Willson was reading the record the people were persuading themselves to become rec onciled hence the Governor jml not be quite as severely criticized now as hel Would haye been had he pardoned these men immediately upon taking his seat as Governor il Gov Willson says that Koujtsey is alone responsible for the assassination of Gov Gjocbei Had Mr Augustus E Willson given this as his opinion eight years ago he would have beer read out of the Republican party by the LOUISA yule Herald and Evening Post H d nYQUT SEY SCAPEGOAT Goy Willson says he believes that Youtsey wets the originator of the tile promoter of the plot arid the individuihwho carried out the dastardly assassin tion of Gov G ebeh Gov Wilson woulq try to persuade the peo pie of Kentucky to believe that there was no lpt to murder Goebel that his acrankIReIpublilihl for pardoning Powers and Howard by proclaiming that Youtsey aloneMs he guilty one But that great volume 6f evidence which the Govern or ciiiinjs he read reread studied and pour over during the days and nights of the vast several weeks refutes the Govfrno s assertion Mr Willson would ask intelligent people to believe that Youtsey brought the Imountain army to Frankfort armed to the teeth he would ask us to admjt that Youtsey ordered out the soldiers who chasefl the Legislature through the streets of Frankfort and adjourned the Court of Appeals he would have us believe th Youtsey RIArsenal at Frankfort weeks before the assassination and that Collier obeyed Youtsey orders tie would haye us be vJfthatiimmediately fojlojving the crack of the rifle that Yo t Had these troops to surround the StateI atlYescape Kentucky mountains un der disguise that Youtsey commanded 3aylOrto offer 2500 for tie life of Goebel But the Governor does not offer one scintilla of proof to support his claims therefore there are thousands of people in Kentucky who will continue to believe that Powers Howard Taylor Fmley et etc etc tare as guilty as hell UPON WHAT GROUNDS SIR7 The friends of Caleb Powers have all along contended that he was convicted npori perjured testimony thus admit ting that such testimony was sufficient ly strong to convict In the face of facts the contention was absurd The perjured testimony was a part of the record that Gdv Willson claims to haye thoroughly thoughtfully and stu dipiislyread Now the question which naturally presents itself is Did the Governor pardon Powers because he believed f the evidence was too weak to merit a conviction or did he pardon Powers because he believed the testi man was perjured If he believes the witnesses who testified against Caleb Powers were bought and paid for he should endeavor to his utmost to have eVer party to the transaction pay the penalty of the law Jf he believes the procff was insufficient his belief does not coincide with that of Powers at tdrneys and his friends for they assert ithat the witnesses fotl the Commonwealth were bought LEXINGTON rr Lexington is a good old town surrounded by many acres of Gods coun try randis inhabited with as hospitable a people as the sun shines upon In the rilat eQf selecting a convention city wejfavoredLouisville but we are now glad Lexington captured the meeting It was such a big happy harmoniou- sgatheringsuch a genuine lovefeast and delightful ellowshipping of the un terrijied and undefiled hosts that we are tempted to congratulate the Hon SamT Spalding upon casting his votie for that city and to say to him uVVe aiht got a thing agin you Mr Richard Knott of the Evening Post objects to harmony lnthe Demo cratic party M V f A CUE FROM THE POST Through flaming headlines printed ir Iihis paner the Louisville Eyening Post Mr Richard Knott has put a few of lour good Republican friends in this county to talking They are proclaim ing that the Democratic convention at Lexington was captured body breeches and soul by the whisky people Upon being asked from what sourcethey re ceived their information they reply From the Eyening Post The answer itself is sufficient to give the lie to the assertion The Post stands at the head of the list of monumental liars it has so persistently practiced the art of lying that it is the next thing to irri possible for it to tell the truth even when the truth wouldbe to its own ad vantage To those Republicans in Washington county who haye pinned their faith to this sheet we callatten tion to5 the following editorial fromjthe Louisville Herald the official organ of utheRepublican party of Kentucky THE POLITICAL BUZZARD REPUDIATED Alldesolate and forlorn we historyIa man more thoroughly discredited thdii stands todayWith l1s professional buccaneer he assiduously plotted for many moons the downfall of both the Republican and Democratic parties of Kentucky that he himself might rebuild With his own timbers then select from his architectural achievements the one which suited him best or perchance pilfer both of their spoils The action of John VVhall n in di vorcing himself from this miserable jnarplot followed closely by the re nun pf1 of Knott and his methods at Lexington leave him only the Chair man of the Board of Public Safety kind a handful of imbecile members of the city administration whose boots he may for a time be oermitted to lick AGAIN WE FEEL IT OUR DUTY TO CALL UPON REPUBLICANSAND CAUTION THEM THAT ftS cIA TION WITH THIS CREATURE CAN BRING NOTHING BUT HARM At the beginning of the last campaignhe was at the back door whining for H bone but instead of booting him from the premises with the cry of mad parlorlie upon and already much of his hydrophobia has been disseminated wlHIS ADVOCACY OF MR TAFT WILL COST THAT CANDIDATE MANY THOUSAND tF VOTES Surely by this time the Republican party should know that the very breath of this unscrupulous charlatan is pois onousJSIt is not the intention of The Sun advise the Republican party about anything but we have a few personal friends in that partymen whom we hold in high esteemwhom we desire to caution about quoting from this forces intelligent people to that you are easily duped SheetIIt quote a statement from the pretend to believe the state is THE GONVENTIONr The Democratic convention held in Lexin ton last week was a love feast All fictions of the party were united and thet enthusiasm of the delegates was g flume Notfor many years have Demo rats been so thoroughly deter mined to present a solid front to the enem and it is predicted on all sides that Bryans majority in Kentucky next all will not be less than 25000 Hoi Sam T Spalding 01 Lebanon was eelected a member of the State Executive Committee frcim he l4ourth- dist ict There are few Democrats in Kentucky more active than Mr Spafd ing and none more entKusi astic He never falters in his battle for Democ racy and his reelection as a member 7 of this important committee means that the duties of that office will be well performed The Tattler Miss Eh ira Sydnor Miller is contributing an interesting column to The Jeffersonian Curtis Alcocks paper published ir Jefferson town Ky Miss Miller is among the brightest writers of the Sou h former ly being connected with th j Louisville Times We congratulate the Jeffer sonian it would be hard to find a more entertaining contributor J MR KNOTT DISAPPOINTED The Louisville Evening Post hysteri cally proclaims that the Democratic convention was captured by the whisky interests and by the night riders It is now in order for the lesser lights of the Republican press to follow suit and shout Mn Knotts proclamation from the housetops Watch em fall over each other in their efforts to follow where Darling Dicky leads Indeed It was a bitter disappointment for the Evening Post when it was announced from Lexington that harmony prevailed in the o vention Mr Knott wanted a fight to occur he wanted to proprIbreach in the party reach the tions of a chasm so wide that it would beimpossible to bridge it over before the election next November It made no difference to the editor of the Post which faction of the parjy captured the convention just SQ the successful faction Without ceremony or apology kicked the unsuccessful faction down and out But Mr Knotts program failedcorn pletely and gloriously Consequently there was nothing left for the Post to do but to yell ClNlgfjrider whisky McNutt Lillard sinners and damnation The little Republican weeklies will now take up the same insane wail Re pubftcan speakers will bellow it from the stump and the henchmen will re peat it upon the street corners but watch Kentucky give Bryanr 2500p ma jority in refutation of the charge It was a clean harmonious cohyen ttona body cpmposed of the best citi zenship of the State working together for the good of Kentucky and for the good of the nation 1 WORK OF THECONVENTION From a harmony standpoint the Lex inJ ton convention yas the greatest ever held in Kentucky A happier or more enthusiastic crowd never as sembled in the State All factions of the party were united and are hOw standing together fighting for thesuc cess of Democracy The delegates de tC1Inesday night at about 1130 an agree ment was reached between Beckhamjs and Stanleys following Mr Beckham withdrawing from the race for temporary chairman The convention was called to order f promptly at 230 Thursday afternoon by Chairman McQuown The name of Mr Stanley for temporary Chairman was placed before the convention by Congressman Olhe James and hewas elected by acclamation Mr Stanleys speech of acceptance was strong and was enthusiastically received by the convention The following delegates to Denyer were unanimously elected and instruct edtocast Kentuckys vote for Bryan JAMES B MCCREARY of Richmond THOS H PAYNTER of Franktort J C W EECKHAM of Bardstown W B HALDEMAN of Louisville OLLIE M JAMESof Marion JOIIN C C MAYO of Paintsville The Fourth District delegates met in the court house in Lexington at 11 oclock a m Thursday morning The meeting was called to order by Chair man Sam T Spalding after which Hon D HiSmith of LaRue county was elected Chairman aria Rogers Gore of Washington county Secre tary The meeting was harmonious throughout HonSam T Spalding of Lebanon was reelected a member of the State Executive Committee with Out opposition and Mr TJ Moore of Breckenridge county was elected a member of the State Central Committee Hon Chas Williams of LaRue county was chpsen Elector and Mr G K Holbert of Hardin county assistant Elector Dr OConnor of Hardin coun ty and Mr Taylor of Ohio county f EEiEE EEEEE E iEEEEEEfEEEEEfEEEE EEEEE EEE EEE ADDRESS f ii w liw j Brotherw6ov S V ernor William GQebel V p ml t XlYour friend Vmy brother lies dead befprexoui mur j5 dered because of his devotion to the people S jjjjjjjj foul takingoff If you should fail in this then your laws are Hj JjJ3J Let the lawtake its course J J VJ Will designing men of high station be permitted to use jjj I the ignorantroutlaw to further their own ambitions and when Jm ambition is disappointed turn redhanded murderers jjjj Shall the honor of your State be restored Or shall his fJ lifebloodspilt on your Capitalsquare bedriedup by the Jg sun wahed away by the rains and his life sacrifice be for- gottenm Ii fu uMeasured by the high standardof man the grandest l5 tribute possible to be paid him to whom you have been so fjjj loyal is to fight for the principles for which he laid down his rr Jx life as he tought for them jjvf To you sons of Kentucky I submit these questions Sf muBrother farewell untilwe meet in that better world S Y S where outlaws can not be hired where crime is unknown Jj S where rest comes W r LVrwere elected delegates from the Fourth District to the Denver convention There was no opposition to any of these gentlemen THE PLATFORM We the representatives of the De mocracy of Kentucky in convention as semhjed at Lexington June 11 1908 reaffirm our allegiance and devotion to the principles of the Democratic party as represented by Jefferson and advo cated by a long line of illustrious leaders and as set iorth in the National Democratic platform in 1904 We endorse and point with satisfaction to the wis6 honest and economical conduct of the State Government by the Democratic Administration of Goy J C W Beckham and his associates in office We disapprove and condemn the weak vacillating hypocritical arid ar bitrary conduct of our State affairs by the present Republican Administration We instruct the delegates ejected by this convention to cast the vote of Kentucky as a unit upon all questions and matters coming before the National Democratic Convention to be held at Denver Col July 7 1908 and they are hereby further instructed to yote for William J as the nominee for conItinuenominatedI Judge JohnJ Burton of Lebanon Judge J9YCloyd of Campbellsyille and Mr Wm Montgomery of 1iza1 bethtown were important smoothing the few little wrinkles of discord in the Democratic cloth on last Wednesday night in Lexington Since the meeting of the Democrats in Lexington last Thursday the Eve ning Post has been having fits and spasms daily First Services In New Church t The Church of Christ worshiping at Old Fair Mount will hold the first ser vices in theirjiew chapel on the third Lords Day in June Prof D H Friend will preach the discourse at 11 oclock Sunday morning Prof Friend has taught history elocution and Bible in Potter Bible College Bowling Green Ky for a number of years and is an interesting and edifying speaker Ey erybody is cordially invited to attend the spiritual feast at 11 oclock and a little later in the day we expect to enjoy a feast of a different kind to which every one is as cordially invited H L OLMSTBAD ir Evangelist- Buc lens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writes I had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could lind nothing that would heal it until 1 applied Bucklens Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25 centbox won the day for me by affecting a perfect cur under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store ti JI t A Prayer C worldAnd forgotAndopened wide And shoulders bend t61lp the weak alongThAnd all the world is sweet wIth song When jealousies are pushed aside t placeJWhenup In the race I When beggars eapa harvest great That make up for the years scant dole- When men are moving heart to heart And standing soul to soul When it is joy to fare abroad And it is pleasure just to live And lifes one bitter drop is that giveWeThe hearts bereft that grieve and break helpDear ke Judd MoZewjg Silver JubileeT iLebanon Enterprise Next Wedries day June 17 1908 will be the twenty fifth anniversary of the ordination Clo the priesthood of the Rev Joseph A Hogarty of St Aujgiistines church this city and the event will be duly celebrated by his entire congregation An elaborate program has been preipared consisting in part of a series of religious services beginning with the men of the congregation going in a body t6Holy Communion next Sunday for the intention of Father Hogarty On Monday morning the married ladies of the congregation will go to Holy Communion in a body for the same purpose on Tuesday morning the members of the Young Ladies Sodality schoolchildren followed on Wednesday morning Dyt the On Wednesday morning the Jubilee Miss will be offered with Father Ho garty as Celebrant On Tuesday evening June 16 the day before the Jubilee the Congregav tion will meet at the church at 730 p m for the purppjtgof expressing inr various ways their sincere esteem for their worthy pastor and their appreciation of his fourteen years of arduous and zealous labor among them At this meeting addresses will be mad QY Judge J Pr Thompson Judge Rives r J and Mr C C Boldrick The Hon 1 John Barr will be master of cerje monies The music on Wednesday will be under the direction of Miss Jeanette I Hilpp Mrs Lum Abell and Mr JVm Timmons After the Jubilee Mass on Wednes tday a banquet under the auspices of the ladies of the congregation will be given to the Clergy at the School hall The celebration will be a memorable one in the history of St AugustirteaL f congregation aHarmony in the Demopratiprty 4 doesnt Ia ree With DiCkK fjfC tmakes him bilious 4 l r i e r o H ci t r 1 l I tis i I j w i r 2Jiicf Je CiCc11Z it THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JUNE 17 1908 L OlAMONd RING FitcbedBySowman But Re covI ered By Detective Thompson Marion County Leacjer Detective J A Thompson hats again done some Clever work On circ s day Mr James Phillips son of Mr Joe C Phillips went to Woodsort Meafuxs Barber shop took from his finger a diamond ring and placed it near hiriji while he washed his hands After he dried his hands he forgot the jewel and settled down in the barbers chair for a shave and after the barber had finished his shave and called next Mr Phillips went out on the street and remained some time before he thought of his ring and hurried pack to the bar er shop The 1diamond had disappeared and he was a worried and downcast boy His recollection of every johe in the room at the time was gooqand the memory of stranger whom thenex morning he suspicioned iasFbelonging to the circus rose vividly in hrs mind He telephoned to the police authorities iat Shelbyville where the circus exhibited the next day and described the man whom he suspicioned The chf of po lice there made a i1 search and telephoned back that the maniwasWt there but it was thought that he was in Louisville wherj the show people were to be the next day Detective Thompson was outof the city when Mr Phillips was in his deepest trotMe but he arrived home the day the circus was to be In Lopisville and the case was given him withf all the details The detective left immediately for Louis ville and after arriving there made a roundVofi the pawp shops but the ring could not be found at any of them There iwas but one thing to domake 4asearch for the man whom Mr Phillips described So Mr Thompson did it and after a search of several hours he landed his man after puttin a convinc ing song to him the sneak coughed up thexprecious jjewel The ring Vas a very Valuable ore to Phillips be ing over 100 years old and having been in his mothers family tliese many years his hapoindss on the recovery of- It cannot be related by ourpen J Marion County Falcon The announcement of the engagement of Miss Pearl Burnside to Mr Richard S Putnam has been published They willlhe married at Columbus jfauypn WednesdyJune 24th v Dr E M Miller of New Hope registered as a licensed dentist in the county clerks office Wednesday He will practice at Jjpretto H Miss Willie Hash and Mr John Lamkin popuJarpepple of the Raywick precinct were married in the county clerks office Wednesdayat high noon by Rev T M Cornelison Elbert Elerd nineteen years of age an employe of the Royer Wheel Co died of appendicitis Tpesday evening Mrs John R Reynolds aged 62 died Monday morning at 5 oclock at her home on the Barbours Mill pike about five mules from Lebanon Mr James Bunnell who until a few weeks ago was engaged in the plumb I t uig business in this city will leave to night for CampbelTsville where he has formeda partnership with Mr Matt Heizer and they will conduct a general plumbing and tinning business Mr Bunnell is a firstclass mechanic has had yes of experience and will make good whereyer he goes but Lebanon regrets to lose himand his family as citizens Jl FARM NOTES Pumpkins growing in the corn rob thecorJiof nothing which it needs andiHt givesthe farmer an abundance of good feed for the cattle during the winter r i t Keep in touch with the Qug stock duritig the summer Visit them atj least once a week Take them some salt In this way you will keep then from getting too wiid- Blue 7grass provides the most satis factdry pasturage IUS it forms a firm sod not injured by the tramping of the cattle It is a persistent gtoyer and Ik is rich ill protein Almost every farmer will find the silo a investment By its aid you can provide succulent feed for the cows the iear round and thus keep the milk flowtip to the top notch all the time Mares milk fort tbQ colt is best of course but the little fellows can be raised on cows milk if its managed right The mares milk is thinner and sweeter than cows milk so that in feeding the colts tows milk if should be diluted and sweetened slightly tr7 t With the coming of warmer weather and the year when the mid day sun is strong do not forget that the sheep and lambs need shade It there are no trees in the pasture provide some kind of shelter One can be made out of rough boards and thatch roof In the fence corn rtt Get the habit What habit The habit of doing your farm work on time and according to f the most approved methods In other words get the habit stayingIget into habits that are bad and then sticking to them sd that it is hard to believe sometimes tlifct he has an sense atill Get the biiLof getting out of the old bad habits and getting into good new habits Feed the IiirnUk dont make cheese Cheese jsold off the farm takes more nitrogen with It Iban butter the loss being about one dollars worth of nitrogen f revery 1000 pcjimde of milk used If you sell but terbrou sell only tlie butter fat which hasfnb particular fertilizing value If YOUr get your skirnnilk backand feed it t0 pigs you savfe at least 75I per ceitorthe fertilizing material in the milk There can be no objection to making and se1ling cheese however if the plan of faiming includes some means of restoring the titrogen and wayrfRmgbofie that lbecoinflrmlyesta- bjislied giipon ahorss leg is hard to tVeat Firing ems the most sat isfa ton method tbiit this should be dohV by a good Veterinarian In its early stages ringlone may sometimes be cured bypropef shoeing which will straighten the fcj t and relieve the strain which causfg the trouble Ring bone is caused b injury fo the ten dons of the foot or by blows sprains or pverWorking before the bones have beeh lilly formedvaiul hardened Itis- regardpdas one the seiswhichmay be trans mtt d bj heredity or rather the tendfncy to it may be transmitted ft t rtigs in the clo r now meJ dollars in the pocket neit fall Tire clover supplies the oii4anirrials with the material out of w pich to build up a good frame Wheii clover is fed n abtfndaifce in the form of green suc culent herbage it fs so readily eaten and digested that t makes it possible- to soon begin the feeding of corn to advantage It lias een found that under such conditions tire pigs make an eco nomical growth on corn and clover A great many farmers do not appre ciate the value of clover to the growing pigs If they cannot be pastured onit they should have it cut and brought to them Alfalfa is of the thoII j p I IIr 1 Icelcelce FOR CASH ANa CASH ONLY i 5OO and 1OOQI f Pound Coupon Books 1FQr Sale at IQ per cenf I II ISrinfleId Electric Light CoI T21jI J I J AMERICAN VOTERS Will Put a Stop to LegalizedRob bery By Electing Bryan President As wages are falling and meat and bread are costing more with many people out of work it is time to take stock and reckon how to provide for the future The panic and present business depression have demolished the Republican theory that the tariff which protects the trusts produces prosperity The high prices the trusts have charged for their products was one of the chief causes of the panic and although the trusts made money other people had to pay it as long as they could but even the game of boosting prices cannot prevail indefi nitely and the inevitable collapse came much to the confusion of theRe publican politicians What is called business can adapt itself to almost any political conditions or aws but it re quires time to recurferate from a breakdown of confidence and confidence cannot be restored until the business world begins to make money again and has surplus profits to invest in new undertakings That the cost of living still remains so near the high point shows the absolute control of the trusts of most of the necessities of life After former panics there has al ways been a period of low prices which compensated for reduced wages and smaller incomes and in creased consumption though cheaper goods set the Wheels of industry again turning ii I The steel trust the beef trust the sugar trust the agricultural machinery trust the coal trust the paper trust and many other trusts are still charg- Ing the same high prices for their pro ducts as before the panic The rail road trust indeed has already determined to advance freight rates which will naturally compel merchants to add to the price of the goods they sell j and groceries and provisions being heavy goods will be the first to suffer Freight on dry goods and clothing although very high does not afld so much to their cost Overstocked merchants are selling better bargains in dry goods and readymade clothing but families with reduced incomes can hardly take advantage of it Monopoly and tariff protection upon which the Republican party is stand ing pat allows these things to be and competition which has always been reid upon to regulate prices accord ing to supply andl demand is hardly longer among the forces to be reck oned with It amounts to very much like suspending the forco of gravita tion and expecting things to keep in their right places CondItions are aggravated by private monopoly in conjunction with the government tariff favoritism Cold storage trusts and milk trusts all keep uMrices In spit of the law private car lines and refrigerator car com bines still tax thqi consumer and the producers aiyl growers do not get any of the benefit Many people have regarded the present adminfstitiori as reformers But what has been done to relieve the peo pIe from trust arid corporation plun dering Has anything been made cheaper or better or more lasting from the laws that have been enacted The chief cause of high prices the tariff has not been touched The same percentage of extra tariff profit is still being collected by the trusts and combines arid the Republican congress still stands pat and no prodding from the White House oxi the tariff issue other than on wood pulp and paper stirs it to action The nomination of a presid mt and congressmen fs nw taking pi ice and unless there is a new deal tie same old pretense of doing things and yet standing pat will be continued for the next four years You may ad pt your circumstances to the present unsatisfactory conditions as the bus ness of the country undoubtedly will nit why not persist in reforms that y u know you will benefit by Are you willing to be plundered forever by Ite tariff protected trusts Kentucky Fair Date iThe following are the dates xed for holding the Kentucky fairs fo 1908 as far as reported Officers of airs are requested to report tous any o missions orcorrcctions of dates Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 25dtys Winchester August 44 day B THE SUN AND Bnthpa porn tiBryans Commoner175We- ekly Courier Journal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomistw 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 485 Sunnv South 15 HT a i Ii ii II The Campaign Is nif fl WHO WILL st t PlESIENTljI- q t TO FORM YOUR OPINIONS AND KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE PROGRESS OF THE CAMPAIGN YOU VILL NEED FIRSTCLASS NEWSPAPERS I DAILY COURIERjqURNAEUntil December I 1908 and THE SUN One Year for 200OR DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMESUntil December 11908 and THE SUN One Year for gaOO v i This rives youa live metropolitan paper through the campaign and the election Order today as subscription will start with issue of day order IS received I No back numbers can be sent I is in effect onlr and and will be at the rate after 31 any TO i Danville August 53 days August 105 days August 115 days Auirust 114 days August 12 3 days I August 124 days August 184 days August 18 4 days Carroll Gallatm Owen Fair Sanders August 194 days August 194 days Ewing August 20 3 days London August 254 days days August 264 days August 264 days August 273 days Somerset 14 days 13 days Fern Creek days If it does you try Dr not do so mll the parn Ii a few niin ute T ere are in the U of A of 25 costs 25 Oiie a f any wau My son Frank Snyder has used Pr Miles Pills for a long time Ho nevtr had anything to help him so much for headache A year ago he came home and I was down sick with such a dreadful nervous headache Ho gave me onoo of tho AntiPain Pills and after while I took another and was entirely re lleved I always keep them In the house now and gave many away to others suffering with headache MRS LOUISE Powell South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to Miles Co Ind t Sun fOR ONE YEAR AND of above UNTIL 1 1908 fOR ONLY J This specnl campaign offer during JUNE JULY AUGUST noI subscriptions received reduced August under circumstances SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION ORDERS THE Lexington Uniontown JBurkesville Broadhead Springfield Shepherdsville Lawrenceburg TriCounty Vanceburg ElizabethtownAugust253 Burlington Germantown Morgantown September Hardinsburg September September 24days Monticello Septembers daysGlasgow Headache should Miles AntiPain Pj1li111y They TelieTe just 4siToui1 druggist 45000 drug jists Sjsk arty them package doss cents tablet usually stops headache They relieve pain without leciving disagTeeable aftereffects youtAntJJPain LEWELIAtf Medical Elkhart The Springfield Either Dailies DECEMBER 1 s + f J Etc Etc And the H 2 SUN Springfield Ky onlyIf SsS1S1SiSsS Lis1 A Good Garden iJ RakesHoes Spades Best Garden Plow onthMARKET Is the familys living through the sum mer months therefore it pajs to CULTI e VATE IT WELL To do this you must have the jc Best Garden j ToolsThe successful farmer is the farmer w hoP has the best implements the successful gardener is the man Who has the best toolsfWe carry the BEST instock our VERY reasonable Come Inand look at our line of tools v aaItirWE WANT YOU TO SEE OURIm I PERFECTION OIL STOVES Ai AifIf Ji EE-Do You Need a Cooking Stove or RangeI ItneIFull line Lawn Mowers Refrigerators Water Copiers etcI When You need PLUMBING and TIN ROOFING let us figger with you SHULTZ RIEDEL KENTUCKYI4 S+S SI +SsSiilSs Iee 80008Q0808o8oaaoQQoep000oeo000Q JOB PRINTING We can do the finest j class of printing and we can do that class iust a little cheaper than the other fellow Wedding invitations letter heads bill leads treatmentj9stj 4F00lIeIl810 a OOl2eO eQ 080ttl2 12 l2el2eoo pQQQ Vt j IL t I l l I it THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 r98tI IGREAT SURGON r HEALING THJE POOR d t IICOUCHED BY THE APPEALS OF THE POORj BUT REFUSES THE H 1 MONEY OF THE to FhCH it i Louisville Herald WHen genius re p sponds to thecry of get a pic ture of the magnificent possibilities of hnman nature quickened into nobility L r cby the kindling touch of loivte y Yesterday a story cameHqrn Chicago of a great surgeon Jansen of Berlin who is attending a conven rtioI of his fraternity Dttnsenhas v a record ot achievements the use of pis skill and science that4Eds like the miraculpus Since his arrival in this ountry he has been besjeged by the irwealthy with munificent offers of re i muneration for a few hours bif his time lIe has steadily refused His genius has placed him where his leisure IS tvort1more to him than gdli V But there camein his miil two piti i ful letters badly written jijngrammat- v ical misspelled They were from the parents of poor children and begged ish lpNo money was offered These Applicants had no claim bjut the claim of suffering upon a source of relief the plea of weakness extended tjo power J And the big man read and heeded The cry of those letters Reached his Xilieart They did what thromiseof ward In terms of dollars could not do Jhey turned him aside from the enjoy merit of his leisure to a worlt of mercy Two little deaf hildrenitr taken tai hospital herevet the great surgeon With all a d patience that gold could not purchase he gave himself to the remedying of their com plaint In a few hours tile miracles were wrought The little sufferers awakened from their anesthetic to liar for the first time the jmusic of al mothers voice in 1 n See what love has wrougl4Love in the heart of those paren i kthe seemingly absurd and inpossibie Love wrote the prevailing scirawls that captured the great mans sympathy 1 Lpye just broad human J e in the surgeons soul made him yjield to the J of poverty Love has inkde a new p 2wrld for two little live It has brought the songs of thjirds into Hhjsir dreary days Ithas opened their i minds to all the sweet sounc1s of voice vlTand instrument It has unjbjlbcked an avenue of education and culture l What a wonder is this in the midst pofla materialisticagpwhel he chink f fgOld is tile usual worker of Wonders G n the open sesame to all that jthe world 1L counts worth while It is significant j lesson for men It tells agjalih the old story we are sometimes apt t4 forget that love is the supreme per the i transformIng influence throjugh which 2the glory of the race is to ibe accom plished Y Some day who can tell usj when vsonie day love will 6e the only on Lgenius The love of human brx therhopd f will be the tie that binds society It will be enough for the weak t4 cry and the Strong will respond with all It will be ieriough for the sufer ngtaPPieal ff and science and skill will be at their 11 disposal Money WIllpellshtwlth the fusing but Now J love andthe greatest of these isI love Maud Is In Dcmajid c L L i LaRue County Herald i Irlules are Iscarcer in this cduntyat tHe present rthan has been thc se in miiy years iAMulej Jbuyers state that it would hardly be possible for them to find a car load of mules in the county at thje present that are on the market The heavy l shipments the past winter and early spring pretty well cleaned tnem out especially that class that is inj demand in the various markets Thre is a heavy demand for the animals in foreign markets and they ate being ShiP Pfd out of the country large lots demand for them in the Panama Canal alone is sufficient to keep the supply curtailed foseveral years j It is predicted bymule buyers that the resent high price will prevail for several years yet as it will be mpossi lle to supply the extra demand that is B made f3r them in the canal zpne and foreign markets and at the same tiriTe keep up the home demand lihat the imule aising industry will be 4 pay pg one iii this country forseverai iseaspns f1s a act that is not disputed and it is predicted that a larger number of them will be raised than has heretofore been the cake 1 LAIGrand Family MetiiPre TIt gIves me pleasure good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 HOuston St New York HIts agrand family medi cine for dyspepsia and liver complica tions while for lame back and weak kidneys it cannot be too highly recom mendel Electric Bitters regulate the digestive functions purify th blood f and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated Rf both sexes Sold under guarantee at Haydun obertonsdrug store 50c The Springfield Sun 100per year 1 I SENATOR JAMES P CLARKE DECETTION t Government Conbtictcd In the Interest J of the Trust f Since the census bureau tins been lade a parmanant institution costing niillions every year and for which 514000000 lis asked to take the next census it has become aj most partisan institution It is charged by the Associated Press and the American Newspaper Publishers asociation at their late annual meeting with issu ing false reports of news print paper prices which were recently furnished to congress by the director of the census bureau The newspapers here represented used approximately SO per cent of the news print paper con slimed hi the United States We de nounce the quotations as submitted t01 congress as misleading anduI worthy of credence The reiteration of the accuracy of these figures of the di rector after the error had been called to public attention tends to shake public confidence and respect for statistics thus compiled This rather satisfaction to have the charge of partisan statistics made by Democrats substantiated by such a high authority but it is rather late in the day for such an acknowledg inent by Republican publishers whose papers have derided the Democratic claim The fact is that not only the census bureau but the statistical bu redus of other departments have all been run in the 1nterest of the tariff protected interests and the false re ports now charged against the census bureau can be also proved against the labor bureau and the statistical bureau of the department of cpm pier e and labor I is quite doubtful if there has ever been an honest census but it is cer taih that the statisticg adduced from the material gathered have been sys teiiiatically arranged to support the theory and practice of the protective tarjff Bishonest ndgarbled statistics Is sued by goernment autliorlty ior par tisan purposes to decejve the people Jsthe greatest crime tjiat can be com mitted against the taxpayers who pay the bills One of thOfirst reforms that the Democratic party should un dertake if granted j ower by the voters is to reorgani e the issue of statistics by the government Let us haye an honest census and honest sta tistics founded the reo and we call onHouf honest Republi an brethren to JoinIn urging it on ccngress Chromite Mines in Uriited States The only active chri mite mines in the United States are in CI1JfornJa where two mines fnriish ai small product used crude fo lining copper furnaces + STEVENS or Field a STEVENS SINGLE or DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN is Ideal Low in Price iHigh in Qualitygood gun value right through Made in standard gauges lengths weights etc Hammer or Hammerless Styles STEVENS SHOTGUNS SHOOT STRAIGHT AND STRONG For iie by prOel lyH Sporting Goods Met enBti If ou cannot obUln we snip direct expr u prepaid upon receipt of Price Bend for 160page Illus trated Catalog describ lug entire output HM attractive cover in eaton Mailed for cent la ctatapi to pay postage J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO P 0 Box 4098 Chicopee Falls Mass GIRL TAKES MIDNIGHT RIDE ONA WHITE HOG THOUGHT SHE HAD BEEN CAP TURED BY A GHOST IN HER OWN HOUSE Skdwhegan MTo be wakened from a sound sleep at two a m by v2ird noises and then to be carried downstairs and a quarter of a mile from home on the back of a strange white creature which aroused suspicions of ghosts was the unusual ex perience of the 16yearold daughter of Frank Lane of this town MrtLane was first awakened by strange sounds He decided the wind was whistling about the house corner and went to sleep again Soon after the noises were heard again and this time more distinct In fact they The Hog Was Making Off with His v Daughter seemed to be in the ban It was like the hiss of escaping steam or the swish of bushes Mr Lane investigated His daugh ter had heard the same noises and they appeared in the hall from their rooms simultaneously They were greeted with an unusual sight LUm- bering toward them was a huge white object Suddenly there was a crash and the sound of breaking glass The strange object which looked as ghosts are pictiired had collided with a piece of furniture and broken a mirrpr Mr Lanes daughter ran toward her father Before she reached him the ghostlike object met her Together they rolled downstairs By this time Mr Lane had collected his thoughts and realized that a big hog which he kept in the stable hatt become loose and in some wa hadI PstairSIandO a m un young tookIwoman lying beside the road iti a time quiet was restored to the house hold though the women folks slept little for the remainder of the night Thee pig was later found at a neigh bors none the worse from its experience of the night before quietly root jrig in the mud of the stable yard WILDCAT IN FREIGHT CAR Now Its Loose Near South Amboy Natives Go Armed f South Aniboy N JMany residents of this town have armed them selves in anticipation of a sudden atj tack by a supposed wild cat which escaped l from a Pennsylvania freight car The car contained lumber con signed to the South Ambby Lumber and Supply company It came to the i companys yards from North Caro lina and was on thy way nearly a week As the lumber handlers started to open tile car they heard a scratching noise inside and when they opened the door they saw in the shadow two gleaming eyes None of the men wanted to enter Finally Edward Letts hit upon the happy expedient of going to the other side of the car and banging it with a crowbar The others drew away from the door to give the animal a chance to come opt It did It proved to be a wild cat or south ern lynx and the lumber handlers say it was about four feet long though its rapid exit from the lumber yard may have caused an optical delusion In this IItvas seen later In the daV drink a spring hear th railroad The lumber company has offered a reward for Itscapture dead or alive Girl Fled on a Handcar Alicia Ark Determined that she would nut marry any other than her own choice Miss Birdie Drickly a gui in her teens scooted down the fire escape after a merry chase with the man her father selected for her and making for the railroad success fully pleaded with the foreman of a section gang who carried her on a handcar to MintiiTn to marry Sam Sn th her sweetljeart The bride gro0m however had gone on to Hoxie and when Miss Drlckljj reached there she found her father aiid Smith await ing her The father hall hurried cross country on horseback He exacted a promise of Smith to retiurn home for a formal marriage ceremony and all returned here when the knot was tied e t I L1 Itt i i U tHit III 4 it w I Tathani Springs i JIS WEATHERS Proprietor 81w j2 i t i t CDescriptioii of Hotel Spring and Grounds h rttW + wm T HE HOTEL at Tatham Springs Washington Count KyM is sithatd- on 5 iCarey Island in Chaplin River at the intersection of Glehnigi tfromfeet of the hotel at which place it makes a grand circuit of three 4i miles returning within ninety le vinga picturesque ridge through wmch 4- i ajtunnel has been cut furnishing water for a null fV l The Spring is really an artesian well spouting from about one hundred + lfeet below the surface pouring out its healing waters in sufficient quantities 4f ht to supply the world ffr The water isa mild alkaline diuretic with tonic and alterative i Htis of the most remarkable character The analysis which is publishedlinfttit 4 this pamphlet will suggest its curative properties but the many llcuresofstOrha9hkidney and liver diseases by the use of this water Convincest Vus nature In slbtIle labratory deep In the earth has given to it prop 3 eTties which the cannot account for f The waterhas actually cured cases of rights Disease D abetesGiiYelt 7 Rheumatls1f1 CYStItIs Gastric and Intestinal Catarrhs every I 4 and many other diseases r v The scenery around the Island and Hotel is picturesque the fishing and tT1 boating superb Carey Island on which the Hotel is located is nighvand plry containing about six acres The hotel is well ventilated with broadi 444 verandas on every side and is equipped with all modern improvements iand 4515 conducted by Mr and Mrs J S Weathers in all departments In the very 4 best manner v f W ffr Marefriy W Lts 10 4 Board Pet day mS200 irs wetTtWLtsW W 4 A firstclass livery stable will jbe run in connection with the Hoteland 4ispecial attention and care will be gIven private conveyances 4 + LtsJThe JflJPL J4 Is reached by public conveyances from Springfield jBloom 4 4 field and Lawrenceburg These conveyances meet daily trains 4at these points A long distance telephone line connects the Springfieldi Xwand leave Spring daily L T ifr ill 1u To The Members of The Burley Tobacco Society l l The Executive Board of the Burley Tobacco Society recommends ithat nd member of the Society shall sell his warehouse receipts or thansfer his tobacco to anyone 1f j ilst Because our tobacce is selling rapidly w6 have to thisdatesold at marked prices 24000 hogsheads put of the 52000 hogsheads i 2nd Because we haye little tobacco left of grades below 16 to 30 cents 3rd Because the 1907 crop will grade much higher than the 1906 4th Because the 1OS crop has been eliminated beyond our highest expectation y This advice is given to protect those who may not be Informed xs r J l Executive Board of The Burley Tobacco Society CLARENCE LeBUS President 1 M 1Jl1 50SECOND HAND SEWING MACHINES fOR SALE All Makes Good as New GOOD ONES RANGING IN PRICES FROM 250 to 15 All GUARANTEE todo GOOD WORK Now is your chance to get a good Machine for little money Call on JT BISHOP At Boblit Bishops Livery Stable SPRINGFIELD KY 7 NOTICEf CHICKEN RAISERIS R 41i44 cures Cholera Gapes Canker and Limberneck Pri 6p No cure No pay Guaranteed 1y I HAYDON toe Druggi 4 Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown Ky May4J1908 Une drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken irtstanty When fed in feed or water it is tjhejDest preventive I have ever known WILLS COOMES CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one yea 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday820The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 37U The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three in the week si- xmonths2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal bne year 2 80 The Suh and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 25 jhe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year v 4W i f OGooooOOO OU OSQ- DQQQDaooono aQ WHEN YOU WANT TO KEEP COOL f GO TOj Alleys Ice Cre mJ ParIOrii and Confectionery You will always find at Alfens the best Ice Cream Refreshing Soft Drinks and the best Candies and Fruits the market affords L onAIiProprietor OOOO OOPq Q O uit U U1f GeoQ t s r f- rt J I J r4rESDAY JUNE 17 1908 I SPRINGFIELD SNIfISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance i J ROGERS 00RE Editor and Publisher Watered at the e at Springfield = Ky for transmission through mails as secondclass matte TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 100BIxThree Months 25I3PIn writing to have your address clian gfe l apeisr r whit sent fI= DEMOCRATIC KETf r i FOR CONGRESS titHON BEN JOHNSON OF NELSON COUNTY 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS I tj tFQR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A 1fimblIl as a andidata fr the nomi ior Sheriff ot Washington count f i c Fparm SandezsHubert iahd jj FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announceS J Washingtoan to P i Democratic party Deputies Byron Croake Geo Powell Sam Hale and H I R EddlemanSI J I A DANGEROUS GAME- Louisville Herald No one can deny mow that Secretary Taft holds a win ning hand oJe that under ahor4inary circumstances will take anyi trick tha s the cards mp- S e t His control of the Rational Committee ha resulted in the withdrawal of all the L contests and the certainty of seating every delegate numbered ainong his x supporters in the temporary orgimza tion of the convention But there are some hands that it is dangerous for any man however ex t pert to hold in a Lgame When a players strength lies in having mo thebrthodotx by is opponents is iapt to recoil upon him to his hurt It appears as if this were the kind of hand that Taft is expecting to carry Chicago with and probability is that in the fconyention it will go through without being called What we proIon throughout the country who at this stage of the pro speetaIa r a game themselves Until the last week we believed that the Republican party with Taft for its leader had a walk over at the approach ing election Today we find our confi dence somewhat shaken The Secr e tary of War is asking his friends bear a heavy burden in the comet fi2hthe is handicapping them by t g pursuit of methods needlessly flagrant and raw The acts of the present will have tObe faced in the future As soon as Chicago completes its work and Mr Taft reaps the reward of Hitchcock none too scrupulous methods the Democrats will raise the t cry that the Republican nominee is the choice of the Federal machine that he secured his delegated support by fraud and was afraid to an honest hear ing of the eontbsts arising out of these r frauds before an impartial committee r It is this form of attack too well auh stantiated by ifacts that the Repubk caR press and platform will have to fight Here in Louisville we have no de Tense to offer VIe know that in the Fifth District Mr Tafts workers vi o lated every principle of fairness anda idecency We Tare told that mother parts of the State matters were little more creditable The unfortunate aspect of the whole thing is that ti treatment accorded the contestants Chicago has rjuined every prospect bridging over the gulf and uniting t several factions of the party in K tucky 7 Had there peen any semblance efa desire to play the game fairly inste a of with loaded dice good hope might have been entertained ot rallying the X forces in this State and holding them for Taft because of the faith in his personal magrianimity and loyalty to the square deal principle but now that Bradley the Jeader of the Taft Ope a position in Kentucky has been selected t fight the battle of the allies on tne t floor jof the conventiou the split will be widened beyond the point where it can easily be overcome 5tcate Mjnp Re v idX 1 f publican party Since the former Gov ernor has been forced by Hitchcocks tactics to take his case into the con vention it i hardly to be expected that in the ensuin campaign he will be found advocating the cause of the rnan whose chief agent made a fair hearitig impossible before the National Committee The silence of Bradley will be a significant factor in the fight and will hot contribute Ito the winning of the State for the Republicans About all that is left in Kentucky fo honest Republicans to do is to wag War against Bryanigm and the reconstructed Democratic m achine We re gxet that thec usd of our leader has beenE robbed of its glory We regret that the united r riks of the party cannot rejoice in fl his name and his principles in thefethof the enemy with defiant e takes the spirit out ot the conflict when the sol- dierS have lost fai h in their com mandtr But nevertheless it remains th duty of Republicans to defeat the Democratic combination that threatens to recapture the ground we have won after years of effort We must go into withthescrupulous leadership has forced to Ernst Bullitt Hitchcock and the rest of those betrayers of Republican principles Jf we win the glory is due to Kentucky Republicanism Base Ball The Louisville Sluggers and Spring lasdt week at High School park in both of which contests the locals were vic 1ttorious The game which was to have been played on Wednesday was stopped becauseof rain with the score 4 to 1 in favor of S ringfield in the fourth inning On Th rsday a double wasplayed In the first game Spring field had no trouble in solving the Hig1pitchersecond game only five innings were placed Springfield winning 3 to 2 The Louisville Sluggers did not ex actly prove themselves to be sluggers s of the ball but they impressed th fanswith the fact that they were a set of perfect little gentlemen and EvertY Y years of age but they played like older andjmore experienced players The following is the tabulated score of tJktwo games First Ga- meIiittmgs1 2345678 9 Louisville Suor 1 0 0 20 210 7 SprjngfieldO 051 302 0 0 BatteriesT Kimbel and Mattingly GibBs and Marks rei Second Game Innings 1 234 5TLouisville Sl0 10 02Springfield 0 2 10 x3Batteries Lewis and Mattingly Shultz and Marks T teamtwill strong Bon team of Louisville HonorsI In the oratprical contest of Center College conducted during the com me cement exercjises at Danville Mr John Shuck McElroy Jr won over quite a number of contestants and represent Center College in the Trite collegiate contest tobe held in July ChautatoMcgcapjtured the Ernst a tew months ago His friends predict that he wi cariyoff the honors in the Intercol legiate contest J Death of Child M ar aret Bobhtt tha eightyearold daJghterof and Mrs Ed Boblitt di dat the home of h grandfatherr Mn T J Smith near Mooresville last Friday Some time ago the little girl suffered an attack of appendicitis which drifted into tuberculosis whi was the direct cause of the childs death The funeral was on Saturday CampGrtitle girl comes as a great blow to the parents and relatives who loved her a sweet pure child Prize For Jacki Mfhord honorate at Danville is time Johnshean iigheejragt studies in the Junior clap s during the year Jacks Spring heardof succ esses Protracted Meeting at Fenwick Rev W W Stout a talented young minister is engagedin holding a series of meetings in the schoolhouse at Fen wick Mr Stout is in the employ of the Executive Board of Central Baptist As sociation He will be at Fenwick tor about two weeks and should have the attendance and support of tht Christian people of that community STCA S- COMMENCEMENT On piest In IInstitution 1em emy took place in the magnificent hall of the new St atherine on June 16 An immense audience was assembled The program was brimful of good things The orchestra composed of attractive musicians delighted all with their selections 1st ViolinPiety Barber Marie Barber Mary Byers 2nd Violin Marie Beinkampen Lu= ells Bannon 1st Mandolin Helen Jones Katherine Newman 2nd Mandolin Nellie McGill Sadie Parrott ViolaMargaret Davis CelloMary Curran TromboneCorinne Mahoney Cornet Qeneya Silliman Louise Barber Alice Pr therIHarpHelen Drum Nellie McAuliffe Piano J ulia Goodin The music was excellent and reflected eredit upon the Sisters trainingIDrama The ChrH rtaelinThe Emperor Trojan Miss Louise l Gill The Empress Plotina Miss Emily Talbott Lucius A Young Nobleman Miss BarberrDomitella a Christian MaidenMiss Helen Jones- Hermoaones A Friend of Lucius Miss Gladys Randall Theodora A Sister of LuciusMiss Marie Ba beriThe chorus Over the Fields of Clover was a dainty beautiful drill while the entranteingFather Dunn delivered an address to the Seniors showing them that mighty undertakings could not be accomplished in a day He congratulated the Sisters of St Catherine guided by Very Rev Mother Magdalene for their success and energy in erecting the handsome building just now completed for the addressTwas by The Alumnae meeting took place immediately after the commencement ex ercises Seventy five of the Alumnae members were present and were ushered into the banquet hall where the college colors purple and gold floated among the graceful floral deco rations As far as the eye could reach- a st ryof love culture and devotion of St Catherines Sisters could be told Mrs Birmingham the President of the Alumnae meeting in an attractive manner presided An elaborate course Hyattjwas clever toastmistresa heresown sweet style presented some of the most beautiful toasts which were re sponded to by Miss May TigheSince last we metin a pleasing manner Our Alumnae by Miss Elise Durrett thoughtrcharminguThe St Catherine of the Future was pictured by Miss Helen Jones in her winsome style 1The toasts by Mrs M W Hyatt to the Rev Mother Magdalene and Sister Mary Pius were replete with golden reminiscences The business meeting followed Mrs Oscar Walker was elected President Mrs Burtle Vice President Miss Elis Durrett Secretary Miss Mattie Robertson Treasurer Miss Nellie Fogarty Toastmistress Good cheer prevailed and the hadsa rememberedcWe are proud of St Catherine prou of the magnificent body of women it has sent out to fill places in all of th States No other school offers bett or more upto date educational adyan thse new St Catherine MACKVILLE inMrs Pearl Clark ot Indianapolis Ind spent a few days last week with her mother Mrs Willis Adams stMrs Ress Lloyd and Mrs Mary Sweeney Were in Springfield Thursday Miss Eva Hatchett after spending a week with relatives here has returned to her home in Harrodsburg- Mr J S McElroy of Springfield was in town Monday on business Mr Paul Delaney and wife of Louis vine visited Mr and Mrs C W Cam den Thursday and Friday Mr Matt Mayes and Mr Hugh Noe of Springfield were in town Tuesday Mr Hankley and wife of Junction City were here Sunday Mrs W T Barnett was m Texas Tuesday Mr Tom Dunn was in Harrodsburg Saturday WednesLI I i L I Special Low Prices on Mens and Boys I JI CLOTHINGOur take isanClothing at cheap stuff prices Our regular prices range from 500 to 2500 on Mens and Young Mens Suits Frorn1 to 750 on Boys Suits E Each and everyone of thes prices will be G EATL XREUCEDVewil include in 1 thssale our entire stock of Mens Youths and at L CElE8RATEI 3 HATS WEARE50LEAENT5 I I I Newest shapes in Young Mens and Boys Hats Agents for the Celebrated HAWESH HATS INewest lasts in Young Mens OXFORDS Now things in Shirts Collars and Ties I The ROBERTSON = CLAYBROOKE CO j I INCORPORATED Jersey CowsFor Sale In Dayr On the above date I will offer at public sale ten extra fine fresh Jersey cows VIC ROGERS Lebanon Ky day from Bowling Green Miss Una Arnold of Maud is visit ing her cousin Miss Maggie Iae Wy coffMr Charlie Trent and sister Miss Sallie attended the childrens exercises at the M E church Sunday Miss Lucretia Tewmev eveningII man Chumley of Harrodsburg spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Margie Jsham Mr Aubry Xurney was in Harrods burg Saturday eMrs Dick Baker of Springfield spent a few days lasts week with Mr and Mrs G H Hickersbn Quite a number from this plaCe at Cone vention at Bruners Chapel Sunday KdWycofF the enter tainment given by the Modern Wood Saturdaynightr of Danville were in town Wednesday- Mr T J Miller of Wilhsburg was here Sunday Mr and MrsC W Camden were in Springfield Wednesday Mr John A Sharp and Mrj Charlie Wright visited friends at Salvisa Satur day and Sunday Mrs Bettie Canary of Canary spent last week with her sister Mrs Lucy Sweeney Mrs Belle Kayes after spending several days with friends here has re turned to Clayton Ind Mr Joe Thompson was in Harrods burg Saturday afternoon Mr Proctor Shewmaker qf Prince ton Ind is visiting his mother Mrs Frank Shewmaker Misses Era and Grace Hatchelt Ora Yancey and Beulah Thompson Messrs Joe Thompson Hugh Horn Ed Sallee and Prof W I Hume spent Tuesday at Tatham Springs Miss Fansworth and Mr Andrew Mc Fatridge of Harrodsburg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W W Wilham Mr Gblvin of Litsey istyisiting his r KayesiBurke of Bry Mrs J M Smith this week Miss Flora and Ben Britton of Har rodsburg are visiting their uncle Mr Ed Britton this week The District School will be played at the school building on Saturday night the 27th Proceeds for the benefit the Presbyterian church fI MOORESVILLE toIant to her father Mr J N H Oliver Mr Orville Winters wife and little t StanleyWintersguests of Mr Henry Whiteman and family Sunday Mrs Emma Yancey spent several days last week with her sister1 Mrs Thomas Snider of Chaplin Mr J F Bishop and family spent Sunday with MrC R Grigsby and wife Bogus and wife of Louisville IMrthe pleasant guests of Mr James and family Dr and Mrs Ernest prume and Mr spentS4indaYwife Little Margaret Bob itt who has been very ill for some time is no bet teriMrs Will Eddleman nd children of Maple Hill were gues s of Mr P A Lyddane and family Sat rday and Sun day Miss Ardia Wall en ertaIneda few of her friends Sunday Heri guests included Misses Lora andassie Yancey LYddaneMessrs andWilllele ele Ie elelel ele w N GO TO I- SPRINGS The Season Will Open June 20 The Springs are located It 12 miles South of Camp bellsville on the Columbia pike Terms Reaso able t R L FAULKNER Prop C DQHONEY ling 34 Rome Ky ilr a s iaI t F I t t f J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 1908- di I 1 A Ten Day s Sale I I si At 6undyMclntiresJ I p HForjI r IiOnIy h1 I r f I r A t Office in Hagon Block up stairs I r any from half bushel lwJ r Insure in the Home insur ante the only that pays its losses in full j N Wells MDV City Ky orI it i Mrs J H has sold her in the part of town to Mr Frank Janes The was 875 f The lawn fete given at the Home last was a very affair and nfetted oyer 50 for the funds is being raised for the purpose of a for the ori phans The of the church willi giye a court dinner in1 riext county court day FOR SALE A field of sixty acres of clover hay very fine Will sell it on the land orj will let it out on shares to cut and bale C L BRADY The times for school and church at the church r has been to 930 and 1030 This will the Wheat is being week and the is for an yield of the golc en grain this year Wheat a good price and the be from the effects of the panic Mr J K of the E A upon th ON ttingsI IIIwill Also be on Mens Clothing II 11 il backward season has forced this reduction I IGrundy Mcl tire irrrrwrwr Dim T Burton RESJDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With SPECIALTYfCROWN WORK yorkStrictyFirstfcl Local News Notes from1OOamount upI Farmers Company cbmpany General Junction Lawrence property Southern consideration Grundy1 Friday enjoyable which purchasing wagonette ladiesj Mackville Christian Sunday service Methodist changed cojntinue through sumnW monthsI harvestedthis prospect unusual gIdoubtless greatly relieved Saunders Stanford conferred Degree PECIAL PRICES I IiWallPaper ISpecial Prices Made I The put Springfield follow ng prominent men on last Monday night Messrs Will Selecman J L Allen Clarence Adams and Dr Geo Burton Mr Saunders is an able man and his havin1hyed here in his boyhood was causeof the largest everheldRev A C Pinkston of Harrods burg is holding a two weeks meeting at the Valley Hill sehofol house goodlunchCAMPBELL BROS r Rev R E C Lawson preached a very interesting and helpful sermon to a large and appreciative audience at the Valley Hill school house on last Sunday afternoon The directors of the Washington County Fair Association will hold a meeting Saturday r when theywill de I cide many question for the betterment of the coming fair beginning August 12 4 The census of the Washington county schools for the next year gives a total of 3655 white pupils and 848 colored ranging from f6 to 20 years This is a loss of 70 pupils compared with last years report which have an entire census of 4273 pupils Ten years ago the number of children pf school age in Washington couuty was 4750 which gives a gradual de crease ot about 250 children in the past decade The census in some instances is not as full as it should be as some of the census takers leave not been as dili gent in visiting the homes and making inquiries in order to make an absolutely correct list which the law requires hayefdonecor4 Soft drinks and lunch on the corner I CAMPBELL Bnost NexttoBeer fot sale at Riedels old stand CAMPBELL BROS Worked Wonders Mrs C P Wiggins Lexington Ky says I fowls Bourbon Poul try Cube when they wore sick and it certainly worked wonders Sold by all druggists The Sun and CourierJournal 150 I Springfield IKentucky I iii International Sunday School As sociation The International Sunday S pool As sociation will meet in Loui vine on Thursday of this week and continue un til Tuesday the 2rrd This Association includes as its territory all the North American continent and the outlying islands It meets every three year- and plans the general work of the In terdenominational Sunday School Union The city will probably be crowded its Q utmost capacity as there will be be tween ten and fifteen thousand visitors to the Association besides those wh will take advantage of the special rates The Sunday School Reporter says Tje United States is the greatest Sunday school nation in the world and it has been made so largely by the Sun day School Association We enroll mor- in e our Sunday schools tharuall the rest qf the civilized world combined The Sunday school leaders of the world almost without exception reside in the United States Of the scores of pro fessional Sunday school books now on the market with the exception of per haps a half dozen all have been writ ten by authors of the United States Of all the modern movements an methods in Sunday school work only very few have organized outside of the United States Most of the men and women who have made the United States the greatest Sunday school nation in the world are alive today andI will be in attendance upon the great Convention that meets with us this month It will be an inspiration to mix and mingle with them and hear them speak It Any one interested in Sunday schoolwork can hardly afford to miss this splendid opportunity to come in touch with the greatest Sunday school workers in the world A special rate of 203 has been an nounced We understand that several of the SpringfieldHis Hogs Died ysIremedies on the market and ha wagonloadthe only cure I haye eyer found for ho cholera It Sold by all druggists IW SLAUGHTERSALE t During the next few days every hat in my house will be sold at and be low cost I have alarge number of nice patterns from which to 1I MISS WILLIE KNOT SPRINGFIELD L r f f i f t f aQQ QQQQpQQQQQ 0QZ Notes o ti anQ Personal NewsdQQaQQaaaaa Mr Guy Wigginton of Fairfield Tuesday with Mr Robertsonf Mr Jas Thompson of Bardstown was in town Monday on business and to visit MrT Scott Mayes and family Miss Downs of Bloomfield visited friends at this place Monday Mrs Winchester Phillipsand Miss Rebecca McElroy of Lebanon visited friends here Monday Mr and Mrs Vrren Nally spent Sunday m Louisville with friends and relatives IMI William Wharton left Tuesday to attend the Republican Convention there and will be gone for several days 1 lv Many people from a distance attended the exercises at St Catherine Tuesday Ii Miss Virginia Foster of Louisville is visiting her grandparents MrL and il1Ir g Bohon Lucas i Mr Tom Edelen of Louisville yes ited his sisters Misses Kate and Carrie Edelen the first of the week MrL D Baker and family visited relatives near Bloomfield Sunday Miss Mary Gleason is the guest of friends in Bloomfield Mrs Baker Smith of Bardstown has returned home after a visit to Mrs Nannie Simms Miss Mabel Price has returned from a visit to friends in Bloomfield spOwentonShaderI Mr Will Medley of Owensboro is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs GLE Medley sMr Jim Saunders of Stanford was ere the first of the week i Mr J F 3irrtms and daughter Mrs J W Kelly were in Lo Monday 0Mr and Mrs W D McElroy and daughter Wi la web in Louisville the first of the week r hMrwas in town Thursday i Mrs J W Riedel and children are visiting friends ands in Louis vine Miss Mabele Williams is visiting her grandmother Mrs Connor of Freder icktqwn Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Miss Lillian Guthrie of Casey FaMrs S H Bishop and sister Miss Margie Bonta visited their parents Mr and Mrs H B Bonta at Mt Zion Tuesday and WedlesdayjMrs J R ONeal and family are spending the week in the country as the guests bf relatives Messrs Robert McClellan and Neal Boblitt were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Nellie Cifers of Nelson county visited relatives in Springfield du ing the past week Mr Frank Willett after a several weeks illness is able to be out again Miss Lydia Williams of Maple Hill and her visitor Miss Goodloe Of La caster were in town Saturday Messrs Frank Peters Cameron Mattingly Robt Bland and Edgar baggames last weekf gaof Nelson county was on ness last week Mr Will Duncan is in Lebanon at the Elizabeth Hospital to undergo an operation Quite a number from here attended the lawn fete at the Grundy Home last Friday Mr B D Lake was in Louisville on business last week Miss Lucy Selecman attended t Alumni banquet of Georgetown College in Louisville last week Miss Louise Haydon has return from school in Memphis Tenn spend the vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs G L Haydon Emily Bird of London Eng tthe guest of her sister Mrs E Mj Russell of this place She will poss bly remain in this country for theme xt twelve months The following young people from Bardstown after attending the com mencement exercises at Loretto drove over to Springfield last Thursday for supper at the Springfield Hotel Misses r Lucile Lesson Gertrude Stocker Nell Burgess Leona Rapier Nancy Rapier Nora Hurst Messrs Harold Hurst Jesse Rapier John Spalding Thos Talbott Bernard Hurst and Dr R H Greenwell Mr John Brown of Lebanon an- aughter d Mrs Lacy Daws ofTen nessee spent Tuesday with friends here f Misses Mary Kirk and Mary Bold rick of Lebanon were here Tuesday Mrs Isaac Janes left today for visit to relatives in Louisville and Cin cinnati Miss Mary Lewis of Bardstown is visiting Miss Ella Shaunty dayforShelbyville Mrs John C Thompson of Oak land Cat is visiting friends and rela tives here Misses NellMcGill Sadie Parrott Lizzie Logsdon and Lois Johnston hav returned from school at St Catherines =Mr Ben Edwards of near town who has been seriously ill for several weeks is improving r Mrs GeoJJDdelen is recovering af ter an illness of several days Mrs Sue Knott and Miss Willie Knott are visiting Mrs Knotts sister in Bardstown i oRon J W S Clements of Louts ville spent Saturday and Sunday kithj his mother Mrs E S Clements YMr Lits6y Adams and sister Miss rPhantagefrom a visit to relatives in Louisville i and ElizabethtownA Robt L Clements near town is recovering after an illI ness of several days Messrs Ardrew and Frank Yankey pare at home from State College to end vacation Mrs Katie Williams is visiting her mother at Fredericktown Mrs W E Selecman and Miss ucy Selecman spent Monday in Leb anonn with Mrs Edwin Carlisle Tifcoir =Miss 0 Daniels and Miss Logsdon of St Marys are visiting Miss Mar garet Hagan eMrs NellIe Thurm not Lawrence burg is visiting her sisterMFsc L Grundy Misses Ellen and Gage Gregory Tterboro Mr Will F Simms who has been ill for several days is about well Misses Isabel Medley Ernestine Knott and Nellie Simms who have been attending school at Nazareth wiltI return home this week Mrs Will Daisy and little son of Louisville are visiting her sister Mrs i C W Noe Miss Alice McElroy will leaye Monday for a visit to Mrs E E Buster of Harrodsb rgyMr J So Claybrooke spent Sunday in Bardstown Mr Will Leachman is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever Mrs John Tong leaves tomorrow niorning fore Lebanon where she will undergo another operation in Elizabeth Hospital Prof Geo Colvin and Mr Richard Spalding were in Bardstown this week assisting the Bardstown team in defeating Louisville at base ball Prof pitched an excellent game Mon lday and won from Bourne Bond Mrs Rogers Gore and little son weeknwith relatives at Hodgenville She was accompanied home by Mr Gores grandmother Mrs Ellen Gore Miss Emma Adams who under went an operation at the Gray Street Infirmary about two weeks ago is vecy much improved and will soon return home I Mr Morris Kirk of Mason county who has been visiting at the home of Mrs Lizzie McLaughlin near town was called home on account of the death of a cousin Mrs N J Yankey and Rev and Mrs J W Carter and ohilolren of Lexington and Mrs Rena Schoene of homeheey Mr Lyman Barber arrived Friday night to spend vacation With his par BarbertS n scholarship and oratory at the Univer sity really great of this countryedUCatiOnartnStitutions Mr Hendersonville folhiS where he s toI the past winter health He teach school there this summer Leo iaa deserving you g man and we wisht for him unalloyed success and hope for his permanent recovery which we believe can beih nd in the pare pine 1 i breeze of the Grand Old North State Dr Crawford of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary who is filling the pulpit at the Pleasant Grove church for the summer was the guest of Miv W T McElroy and family Sunday y In thewfall Dr Crawford expects to take a trip to I The Tucumcarf New Mexico Sun saysHR C Roberts H L Smith and W T Robertsoniall of Springfield Kentucky arrived in Tucumcari last viiiasummer Mr Robertson has been employed by tht Tucumcari Base Bajl Association He is said to be a crack pitcher and has already demonstrated some of his workt Mr Smith has been employed by the Sun Printing Company and is proving worthy of his splendid recommendation Mr Roberts has secured apposition with the News and will begin work next Monday morning TEXASMr has been ii Indian Territory for the past vfive months has retvrned home Mr C B Pope Mr and Mrs Joseph Begley Rev R L Purdom and Mrs R L Arnold were in Louisville last week 1 Mrs Nancy Cocanoagher is ill at this writing Mrs A Y Hatchett spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Tatham Mr Frank Hardin who has be nat tensing school in Bowling Green liar returned home Born to the wife of W N Hays a girK Mr and Mrs Tom Bailey of Hills hero spent Sunday with the Hitters parents at this place Mr R L Arnold was inDanvllM Friday Ctoo nnntoohiolri t nn aaQnon g p GROCERIES oATo PRICES O PLEASE THE BUYER In order to make room for a5 new refrigerator I win seirf opds AT COST t for a few days s I have a niceline of cups sau half11price 10 quart water bucket woith 25c Three boxes Birds Eye Matches s l6c 1 IQc lAll kinds of soap per bar J 4cD BelOc can of corn lOc can ofTorrtatiies 1 8c 15c can ofT9 atoest c 20c can of Salmon 5c 50c can of Maplesyrup 35C 25c can of Peaches 1Bc I r5clOc can of Apples A i + t Lamps ton ewareand Glassware at HALF PRICE E Cc V J OOI 1 1tfb b pw Q ice iito i t t 1J r rI r I r j t li THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 I 1908 iI J CapitaliI 1 J Gossip of People and Events Gathered in Washington Rapid Strides of Capital in Population t cenSlIS taken the District ot ColUmbia IndIcates that the national capital Is growing In population at an exceptional rate The increase in inhabitants for the last year Is reported as 9812 which Would mean a grpwth if steadily main talned of almost 100000 for the cur rent decade cording to the federal census of thai year Washingtons population was 278718 The population reported by 60685 By 1910 Washington may be expected to gain at least 15000 more inhabitants nd its population to rise to about 355j000 x Compared with its nearest rival Baltimore Washington isj maRing growth between 1890 And 1900 wafc 171 while Washington was 209 The disparity in expansion in II ItEFORE WASHINGTONThe pol1ceiforceof hasiot that1the 13alUmorec Jim Tawney got into poli in Minnesota he was a y blacksmith He was so roijgh that they had to throw him down to put him Into a boiled shirt some of his warmest admirers say That blacksmith training proved I mighty good experience for him and applying blacksmith methods to his z career he has forged e ito the front so rapidly that they do say down here in Washington that if Speaker Cannon doesnt Jook qut some day he will get fun over be- causef Jim Tawney Is coming with wonderful Strides Tawney Is the man who would be picked out at a glance as the real ward politician of the house He is just the kind of a man the voter al ways finds ready to tell him how to vote at the primary the type of man who always leads the revolt in a cut a I rHE war department is looking for aibeverage to take the Place beer and whisky at army posts The beverage must not be of the class of Brinks prohibited by the antlcanteen law The federal courts have never passed upon the question of the per centage of alcohol which win render a beverage an intoxicant The state courts also have been chary of decid ing the iestlon In certain eases the authorities have spoken however Thus in Rhbde Jsland it has been held thatj where beer contained 2S9 per cent of alcohol no evidence was necessary to show it was intqxlcating e liquor By uNITED States senators often become good friends but somehow they are not prone to becom ing real chummy with one another Exceptions occur from time to time to prove the rule One of these excep tions applies to Senator PhHanderi Knox of and Senator fw Murray lCrane of If the afternoon wanes without their meeting one is likely to start out to see where the other is and to learn What has happened t Often the Knox automobile and the Crane Automobile exchange honks in r the morning Not infrequently the Senators ride to the capitol in the same car When the luncheon hour comes Senator Crane may descend to the committee on rules perhaps herald I will undoubtedly be greater in the decade from 1900 to 1910 for Balti mores growth was checked for a year or mOre by the losses of the great fheof 1904 while growth has been stimulated byenor mdUS bpilding operations most of diem conducted under the auspices of the national government Th6 check to business resulting from last falls panic will also be felt less in Washington than in perhaps any other American city The na tional capital jioes not depend fora livelihood on manufacturers or commerce and Its workers have steady employment assured them because the governments activities are being con tinually extend sd hi its physical aspect Washington has gained en rmousjy in attractiveness in the last eight or ten years It is kn ideal residence city and its charms appeal rnost potently to Arner leans with leIure enough to enjoy them It has Become the winter home of families of Wealth and refinement from all parts of the union and its quiet order and beauty make living within its borders constant satisfac tion It still has great potentialities jn the way of architectural develop nit and its material prosperity Secured by everbroadening activities of the great governmental machine I Former Blacksmith Power Congress congressional I 31h1to Pennsylvania lights4t4 Washingtons and drIed conventionin short the practical politician who gets out the yot6 Tkwhey when he came to congress wasnt welcomed within the big tent- H to waitiarpund on the outside Then the blacksmith got busy He ust walked oft the reservation taking wIthiilrnfive And so it came to pass that the bJg fellows reckoned with Taw ney and now he Is chairman of the most important committee in the huseappropriations Hon Jim Is a 1sthatto fight and when to let the bther fel low jlo the fighting Only once has Tawney been whipped That once came from Cop gresfcnjan Goebel of Cincinnati when he gothe mail carriers pay increased in spfte of Tawney and Chairman Over reef The whipping didnt tickle Tawney So when the fight to hold down the appropriation on the agrI0ultural bill came up Tawney quit guarding the treasury and let Scott of Kansas tackle the job Taw ney Went to his committee room The farnjers wiped up thfiOor with Scott I War Department Seeking Legal Drink I the laws of rlassachusetth it Is held that a beverage containing more han one per cent of alcohol at 60 Fahren heit t1s intoxicating Intoxicants in post exchanges must of course be followed in good faith by the army In the absence of any fed er41 decision as to the question at issue the authorities must fall back on the decision of the state courts These varyh materially and therefore the department play seek the solution in a practical aWay by ascertaining the viejW taken in prohibition states as to of any given drInk s post exchanges are sifuated thjhate ition state it is considered safe to prohibIt the sale in of preparations not al be sold under the prohibition lavs of the state Where such ex chi iifes are situated in nonprohibi tio if states it would be safe to ascer tai whether any specific drink Is al lowed sold in any prohibition state ani let the exchange be guided accord ingly I Senators Knox and Crane Real Chummy J N Massachusetts ofI crdnYpff to the senate restaurant Th fondness that Senators Crane and JKnox evince for eating together is reminiscent of the fondness that former Senator Edmunds of Vermont and the late Senator Allen G Thur man drlnldngItogether That waj inSthe earlier days when drinking at the capitol was not frowned upon I Ilthe oldsters in political Wash storythow the twosenatqrskept a black bottle ih the room of the toadIjourIinoonthatthe senate held a long ses sloni It was at first a marvel why the two seemed to have the same beIgantofrom different parts of the senate chanber one being a Democrat and the ther a Republicantoward that comriittee room It turned out that they had prear rangipd signals The Old Romans 1band 4 I A FAIR Proposition 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 or what not that promisps to pay an investor or stockholder mora than 6 7 8 or 10 per cent we have a word to say to you enterIenormous dividends upon the par valuejof the stock You know that there are monopolies which by reason of controlling a particu car product n ake encrmous profits You know that there are very few natural monopolies in the world You know that any corpora I BRIEFLY PROOFS Toivit rI 1The statement madn in the report of the United States Geo logical Survey that there are but two quarries of lithographic stone in the world one in Bayaria the other in Brandenburg Ky The same United States Government report stating as well that for quality and dependability of suoply the Bavarion quarries are not at this time dependable Again you know if you read the advertisement referred to that the greatest expert in the State of Kentucky after examin ing our quarry stated over his signature that it was practically inexhaustible As a further proof of the puddin in said adver tisement there was printed over the signaturesjaf the expert en Lgravers and transferrers who have spent their lives in working t upon lithographic stone positive statements to the effect thathe stone from our quarry had produced work equal to any stone that was ever imported from Bavaria You know that with two 9 foot ledges of lithographic stone selling in the markets of the world at from 11 cents to 50 cents a pound is easily worth not the 1000000 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 stone that such testimony can not and is not to be discredited You know and we most respectfully submit this proposition that no corporation could afford to make these statements that have been made by us in the advertisement referred to and in our printed literature unless they were true because we are making them tojellow citizens of this Commonwealth ouij next door neighbdrs and not about property a thousand miles away and out of reach but a property within a few hours ride of neady every We ask you to give the benefit of the doubt obtain a copy of the and rid it or if you read it you did not read it or if you read it you failed to credit the made in it Let us have a heart to heart talk with you This is open to you also We accept foras small an amount of stock as 10 shares just to give you the We say to you that if you can make it for 500 shares you can obtam for 250 you will have a of shares the income from which will keep your in the rest of your lives and the lives of your and your We know that it is a serious thing to ask the wage earner to invest his ina but we state that he may do so with safety There is no risk in this unless we fail to get the money to buy the plant and if we fail to do this the Trust Ky will refund the amount of your with 3 per cent added If we in doing it you will the of to any of the first will the at its par will buy 20 will upon esti pay io and tjie stock one year after is in s be i 160 will buy 50 and earn 40 stock be one year after in will buy roo and earn 80 stock be I one year after is in R buy 200 and earn 160 be T year after is in will buy tooand earn 8po ariv stock be in one year after 8obo 1 will buy 2000 ana searn 1600 stock Ji 7g be one year after 16 00000 T tions to possess a a used all oyer the worfd and sold fqr a price forty or fifty times the cost of en rich its You know if you read the page in last weeks edition that in it a claim was made by this that it 9J foQt ledge of stone 260 acre hill You know if you read said ment that no possess any kind of never offered to the proof as to its its and its value than was in said a citizen in and the we are we could not afford to if they were not tru for the rqasbn that the source of said are within easy reach of one who cares to make an To you as an and to our and friends weto say that you know that it be folly for us to make the unless we are in to back it UP in every way Here is the If our our ment be true we are a stock to the that will pay than any in the state of or any other state that we know about Th we will agree to pay and S1000 per day for the time i of any citizen of this or any other state who will visit our of facts see the stone in the various houses of the city exam ine the work from it consult the and trans ferrers and who are for the work the at and after such say over shi that there is no but for thea gen eral claim made but any claim that is made We need the to equip our with the large plant to an for the demand Everv who any of this will earn a on his than any divi dend payingsecurity ever in the stated As a proof There are 692 houses alone in the Urn ted States We can furnish a certain 14 of this 692 and pay 20 per cent net on the entire What do by the 692 and other as well j t 1 TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLYrjy J neighborI TO THE WAGE EARNER earnestly yourself advertisement evidently carefully carefully evidently astounding statements proposition subscriptions opportunity 7which secured sufficient number family comfort children childrens children savings corporation without hesitation perfect proposition necessary Louisville Company Louisville subscription interest succeed Based upon minimum earnings dividends subscribers part 100000 shares secure stock onehalf value therefore 1000 shares which minimum mated earnings annually plant operation holuld worth 2500 shares should annually should worth plntis operation 40000 5000 shares should annually should worth plant operation 80000 1j WATERS president 10000will shares should annually stockshould worthone plant operation xi6oo 50000 shares should nuallY should worth propuction begins 000 shares should annually should worth pr6duction begins I Co anywhere fortunate enough physical property containing product representing production should stockholders advertisement company possessed lithngraphic undrlyinga advettise corporation property public greater indisputable existence character furnished advertisement apparently Kentucky proofs offering publish simple proofs equally investigation individual patrons would perfect following proposition position proposition claimsand statejoffering generallpub1ic larger dividends security eversold Kentucky anything ereforef expenses consumed Commonwealth Louisville examine proofs lithographic produced engravers experts responsible examine quarries Brandenburg investigation signature foundation simply specifically necessary capital wonderful property necessary produce output worlds individual furnishes proposition capital larger dividend investment marketed Kentucky lithographic capitalization couldwe furnishing nrtions share fairly and equally with the banker broker capitalist and ourselves In the tremendous earnings of this company If you are still wondering if such good fortune be possible and there is yet doubt in your mind you must hnye an acquaintance or friend in Louisville this city if so write to them and ask them to show you the courtesy to come to this office and find out for you if t the claims that we haye made are true or if you can come your self the proposition made to the bankers and brokersas to you also Bear in mind we are offering the first 100000 shares at fifty cents Immediately upon the sale of the first 100000 shares we will give the order for the plant Immediately thereatter for the t additional required the stock will be sold at par Make no mis t take about this for it positively will be sold thereafter at par 0 one I AVn ROBT LEE JOHNSON VicePresident German Lithographic Stone proventhesimplybecause KyWritet Take Advantage of The Coupon Below WRITE TODAY S W R WATERS President German LithograpHic Stone Co Kenyon Building Louisville Ky DEAR SiR Please send me the prospectus of your company and full particulars together with a subscription blank and samples of lithographing tuZ I f NAMESTREET IJAND Nor t i I ni GlrYt tSK34 STATE i r f V2 f DU BILLINGS t ISecretary and Treasurer t 7475 Kenyon Building i 1Louisville Kentucky i 4 t i Pa t T00 I t t 4 iJ ro8HL T7iaunted Stairway fBy Temple Bailey Copyright The Stairway rose between walls of sold masonry tforj 20 stories It was never used Indeed it might be ques tioned if the men and women who shot up and down in the elevators knew of any other mode of ascent or descent Jtwas very still on the stairway and- y graduallyia name At last a murdcrwas committed on tenth landing The murderer was apprehended and this fact added to the terrors of the stairway Before a month had palssed it was called lauated and men whom no one would have counted superstitious moved their offices to other buildings Finally the matter began to attract the attention of the owners Many of the offices were empty and the rentals were falling off Its got to stqpVsald Brixton Brixton and they pit In more electric patroltheBut after a weeks trial the watchman threw up his job Three other watchmen came and went and at last Moran the janitor was detailed to succeed them Morans resignation came in the succinct statement Nixie for me Brixton senior struck his clenched hand impatiently on his desk Such foolishness Moranhe said That may be sor Moran agreetL tbut yeJl have toj git another man Later Brixton senior sent for him and put him on the elevator service It was getting a little hard to keep tiustworthyAgain a succession of watchmen came and went Brixt n Briktou consulted a de tective agency jlts ruining our busi I ness they said Find out who Is playing us such ia trick From the agency came men two at a time It grew to be a most unpopular assignment Good lord said Gifferis who was on duty the fifth week I keep seeing that poor fellow fcm the stairs with the sun shining in orfiim I wonder how le happened so far his office was on tbd top floor Maybe twas a randy vop said Murphy whose unconsciously applied test was always Look for the woman They were onj the fatal landing A broad window overlooked the ether skyscrapers in the block and showed row after row of twinkling yellow lights and above them all the moon pale in contrast to the glitter and glow of the city night Moran had made his last trip for the night The three men stood looking out Suddenly a walling cry to a mourn ful lilting measure reached their ears Somebodys singin Giffens gasped The three Irishmen clung together er Its Kill arney Whos singin it 1 Murphys brava do was gone My God Moran said there was a little gurry in Browns ofli eKate ONeill on the slxt floor used to sing like that I heard her one timeWheres she now 11 Giffens asked She wint away last spring Moran aid The three men stared atone otherI nI rITesistiQlylanding It wasP the noon hour and Giffens and Murphy had gone to lunch I k Moran didnt want any lunch The affair of the night befor had upset him and the plaintive tones of Kate 1ONeill still rang In iLls heart Six steps dowin from the tenth floor and around a qurve was the landing and Moran following the curve stopped short staring With her back to him a woman stood looking out of the window Sh turned at the sound of Morans faotstel1sl4tS me she said Ive come back Kate ONeill gasped Moran Yes Ive been in the hospital Ive been sick Moran went up to her Katie lie said was you here las night She looked at him wideeyed NOi she s idI washitbebos pital 1 lef there this morhin My God said Moran She shivered Whats the matter she asked sharply We heard ybu sInginme and two er men You was singin Kil ey Her hand wks over her heart her eyes dark with horror What am1 going to do she cried what am I oijig to do I dream that I come here and go up and down 8nlup and down the stairway and there Is no rest She paused tan wenj on white lipped it isnt a dredm maybe Its trnnlaybeI Iocome maybe I do1 Her voice d ed away in a whisper Moran stood spellbound Twas likely the wind he said Then suspiciously Why did you come Wearily shel condemned herself You knowI killed him You Morjm reeled against the kdo sr and caught at the sill fl used to chme here arid sit she went on presently I came every day and ate my e it vas quiet and no oneIUfthbecau up the Ktalr r way But one dahe came She hesJtateH I was Singin Moran bent forward listeningIt piHespoke and he was nice and pleasant And after that lie used to come often and i likd him and atinQon bring things and we would together oyster and birds fI think he was rich Noj one ever saw s for no one ever comes and down the stairway Hi1Ql1 him about my old granny and how I had left her when I was a c i ddnd how Irhad been alone in thi country sincfe my brother died and that no home would ever be to me like the littl house in the old country with the raKe behind it and thei low line of hills in front and sometimes I woulc sing and he would n plan to take me across the water some day by that time I tltought a lot ot him and Id a gone aIl wl1ere with him Herhands weie clasped ten e Iy ner little face wasi working with emotion 3e used to britig me presents and 0fQrokellillin tihe plaster underneath arid Id find things there One ay r found a maga Zin4on the windowsill with a Pap r1tnife across it to hold it- dQn and between the j leaves were 100 in lillIsand e was waijching me around the curve and Wh1n opened thej book and found the money he came out laughin and said it was to mjj new things with Vdregoln to sail next week he said just you and me andhe laughed sone more uut I shook mi head and ti ld him tha I couldnt take money fr IIi him until after we were married After we are mairied I sad you can ive me anyithing I thought he looked queer at thatand he was leaning over me littleKaeI said Why not iand he sail Ive gotja wife But Ill do anything fo- ryouIll make you happy but I cant IIihand an4 the next I mew he was lying there on the floor En the sunshi ier IIl the shuddering silence Moran whispered My God I ran upstairs vith the knif in my hatdaiid the book and the 100 II dot seej why somebody didnt find them Theyre in my desk I put then there and went on working and got bacjktmy boarding place whttI ght they sent me hos pitlandand thats all- She sank down on a step and looked up lat the tall young man silhouetted auntJlg dont know what to do she said with quivering lips Her blue eyes held In them the ap Got a Wife 1Ivepeal of helpless womanhood and of helpless Irish woi lanliootl at that Moran could not stand it katie he said you dreamed ut lJDh no she whispered lYon did Mon said youve been sick and v thought about Jt and- its your lelerrylim that makes you thil you did uti iBut Im not deliridus iloiv she sa jkvell Moran Insisted Then he lied smoothly Twas a man did ut He was bandylegged and crosseyed and he had a grudge r Her startled eyes questioned him beganJHe Moran stated ob- stittate1y f w ago r Vvith her hands in his sh J was sobbing It cant be true rls true V Oh I dont know what to dO Moran held her hands tightly for a moment looking down at her With a slf dow in his eyes Youd best gQ Moran said hoarse ly Go and take the elevator on th next floorI Yqure so good Gwan said Moran and Jerked his hal from his curly head and stood un covered until the shadow of the stair wajy engulfed ber When the two detectives reached thf landing they fouiId Moran leaning negligently against the window look- Ing out Murphy thinks we ought to look up that ONeill girlf Giffens said t11 gwan Moran said as he set hIshoulderssq4 reIYiYe couldnt himt a little gurijyl wid eyes like blue lales Yere two things before yere har hart d insthruments of the laMr An whats that 1 asked Giffens LAnYere 9irish finished Moran BUG c U r III Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistJ SPRINGFIELDKENTUCKDental All work guaranteed Offi e oVer Hnydon Barber BaD LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutlial always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your nsurance oU DR M W 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or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky I i fHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TQi TRANSFER MONEY IS BY t LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEORAPgL SNCORPOpATEa I mr I 1 y iif I s iJ I f Fr f i it It DIv vi r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 71 1908 WHAT SHALL WE DO TO OBTAIN YOUR ORDER FOR H BUGGIES j PN 4i We sell directly l3nlle man M factory toou saving an the L middle vtnans profit suchas drummers crating drayage and Ireighgexpense yet the biggest prqfiiriof all is theda1ersprofi t which we save for you 14ovto make a long talk short we make the best buggy on the market as de cribedb low and 11 sell it for even less than you have been paying or that socalled good buggyth t the spokes went loose in thVhlibs and the shaft irons broke and the gear went alletoI pieces when you had had ifc on1ytashbit time v Lj The following Jitters are from reliable men who have used Arnolds Bug gics from three to five years and have given them a thorough and severe test We are manufacfc irers of buggies only None but the best material is used and all are sold und r a twelve months guarantee Real what our customers say and let us have a trial order You win then have no thers Danville Ky anuary 18 1908To Whom ItMay Concern I have been myJiveryforhave proven to be splendid buggies I have reordered for 1908 V will be pleased to recommend to anyone who is J6 G Fox Harrodsburg Ky January 171908 To Whom It May Concern We the undersigned have used two of R M Arnolds buggies this season and find thermto give good service and are gjood 4buggiesfor the money VANARSDALE Liverymen Maud Ky December 27 1907To Whom It May Con ernIbad R M Arnold make mela buy and road wagon last spring land they have given everyparticularIhave tried several makes of buggies in the last twenty yars and prefer Ar nolds to any of them qRJ if SHEHAN Harrodsburg Kyj December 2707To the Pubhcr am using the MR perfectypu will always be customer IL B GIVENS Liveryman Harrodsburg January 3 1908To Users of BuggiesI bought of R M Arnold threenew buggies and have run them the entire season They have proven to be the ONLY livery buggy reve had in my stable I have not spenta cent on repairing them during the year Am glad so recommend them to any one whofeels interested A M TATUM Liveryman Danville Ky December 24 1907 pleasureintecpmniending buggies I haye Usd six of his buga gIes for twelvemonths h mY liver rstaule arid I havenotlspent dQHaron buggythebestl1veryever Bought J T REID Li eryman Stanford Ky December 15 1008 To the PublicWe nave used andrestillusing buggies made by R M Ar nold In behalf of his work can say everydetailno equal We have less expenditures x n his work than on all others As to Mr Arnold we recommend him to the trade with utmost confidence We will be glad to answer ajl inquiries with jleasureBEASLEY BROS Liverymen 3 Wharton Tapp and Roblitt Bishopp Springfield Ky are users of our busies also Brown S Peters and Crutne Bros of lebanon Ky Call upon the above mentioned gentlemen and examine these buggies RM ARNO 2 DAN TKY + 1B= a WilLITn last will of Mrs Cec lia Barber was probated in the County Court Monday The document is very long and disposes of a large estate After the payment of debts funeral expenses and ist of administration 3000 is given to St Josephs church T ardstown 500 to the Fredericktown Catholic church 500 to Springfield Catholic church5O0 to St Rose C thjolic church Those amounts are to expended by ithe pastors of said t churches for masses for deceased and her iate husband P S Barber Gonnelllfhusbandj500 is given tp St Vincents Orphan Asylum 300 to St Josephs Orphan Asylum i The sum pf700 isgiven in trust to thep stQr of Stj Josephs church to be expended for the benefit of the poor pebple of Bardstowh and 300 the pro cemeJter Tfee principal devises are Niece Katie La nc t rOOO niece Sallie Lancaster 3000 niece Rose Mitchell 300 JVlansell Mitchell 500 Lettier Hamilton 500 brother Baker 500 j John Lancaster 200 SmithI castp 2QO brother William Smith 500 Garnett Dudley 300 Mrs Sallie yigjmi 33333 Edith Viglini 333 33 Pauline Viglini 33333 Pierre Viglini 300jack McChord friend 300 iin trust for lEmma Bead 100 Amelia Baldwin daughter 1000 j Lee Baldwin grand sOn4 15000 Barber Baldwin 4000 Mary C Card ell granddaughter 200Q Nannie Baldwin granddaughter 1000 Sallie Baldwin granddaughter lOOd Louisa Baldwin granddaughter 100 Guy Baldwin grandou 1000 John R Barber son 8000 Kent Bar ber grandson 1500000 P S Barber 6TooqYancy Barber grandson 7000 7000 children of John arber by Second marriage each 2KXJ toeacho children of grandsons P Yancy Kent C and John Lj Barker 2000 jHarry and Richard Smih nephews each by codicil dated Mayl 7 1904 500 residence property was given by codicil dated Feb 2 1903 to J ent C Barber to be charged 2OXJO for same on his demise Mrs Sam Buttle friend 500 Ay balance remaining after pay men of specific devises is to be divided PJEQ rata to Jcjhn R Barber children and grandchildren except that Kent C BarBer is not t sl are in such distribii tion Numerous items of ersonalproperty were given to variouk relatives and frlenis rkleshare ofjdivisees who have died withciut heirs since the mirigof the will ass to the bther heirs Th4 devises to churches and pastors and to children grandchildren and greacgrandchildren are to b4 paid first and other devises are tp be paid pro rata if funds reotsnfficent to pay infill j I Testatrix states in hejTwill that it was her purpose to pay some of these bequdsts in whole or in part by check during her HiM and that the writing wouk be preserved All property real estate or personal not specifically devised is directed to be so d by the executors who were em powered to mae deeas and warrant same By codicils dated April 17 1900 the devises to St Josephs church lorj 3600 and 700 in first paragraph and devises to Mrs Satiie Vigljni Edith Pauline and Pierre Vigliniare revpkeu and by same codicil Margaret Wickliffe is devised 300 Polly Holmes colored servant was given house and lot on Shepherdsville r ike provided he con tinued with testatrix until herdeath and Nancy BalrercoJored was given house and for life with remainder to P S Barb r col ored and also gave 100 additional to George Lancaster t By codicil dated January 21 1897 Lena Barber was substituted as devisee in place of P S Barber The bnginal win is dated January 21 1897 and is wjtnesse4 by W J Dal i mazzo John B Weller and W C Mc Chord Several codicils were made later W C McChord was named as executor and by Codicil date J March 6 1906 John Lily Bpber was made joint executor DR W V STALLARD nDNTISTw SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 Over SfcElroy Shadors Grocery TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT SPAIN OR DANGER No Charge When Plates are Wante- dOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOO IFr UWANTrHE BEST FLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or V JfigfcX Springfitlds Ciioica r ANUJFAOTURED BY J WJARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT CCOGCGCO OCQCOOOOOCOOGOpOb General Association of Kentucky yBaptists This Association met at 22nd and Walnut Streets church on Wednesday tbe Ho and continued until Friday the andIreports showed a marked advance in nominationaJIworThose who attended from this place were Rev P LI Purdom Mr Chas Pope Mrs R L Arnold Mr and Mrs Joe Begley Miss Mary Lampton Mrs j Byron Croake and Rev W H Will lams = Quarterly Meeting The fourth Quarterly meeting will beI held at the Methodist church at jUIY41andJ5 Methodist can afford to mis hearing him Those who heard him at his last official visit will need no urging to be present Let all be on hand at the opening service Saturday moraine Communion service al close 6f sermon Sunday morning Sunday school at 930 Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have Dr Kings New Discovery many for coughs and colds and I USEdj saved my life 1 have found it a 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 stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs it has Haydon100 Trial bottle free WHITE HALL Mr John Foster and daughter Mae Brown spent Saturday night with his BitchIpent last week with G L Warner and G D Shew maker Mr Cosby Burton and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Book Brown and family of Duncan Mrs G L Warner and daughter Mrs Sharp spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs W 1 Bottom Mr ynil Charley and family visited their fathe Mr Robert Charley Sun day inIsermon night Mr and Mrs W T Bottoms dined w thMrand Mrs Elvin Birch Sun day Vj atIthe Methodist church at Mackville Sun day night Miss Edna Gatlett of Springfield is visiting relatives at Glens Creek Misses Florence and Jimmie Lee Steele entertained qiiite a number of their friends Saturday night Mr and Mrs B F Divine spent Sat urday night with G L Warner and family Mrs Sdbe Cooksey is spending a few days witiher mother Mrs Jas Divine Mrs Ed Bowles spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Reuben Bot toms Willie Hughes is spending a few days with his cousin Clay Shewmaker SYCAMORE VALLEY Most of the farmers are through setting tobacco j Crops of all kindslook wel to be so I U late Bro Williams delivered quite an in teresting discourse at Hillsboro Sunday afternoon The Sunday School is progressing nicely M C Keeling and DayidHines were in Harrodsburg Saturday The decoration was well attended Saturday afternoon Mr B H Mcllvoy and family and Mr and MrsJ D Sutherland dined Sunday with J M Shields and family gh1terand Mrs BH Mcllvoy arid family Saturday night and Sunday Mrs J W Perkins while Attending the decoration Saturday hidthe mis fortune to lose a very valuable horse from an unknown cause RevT W Hines of Bowling Green college delivered the decoration dis course Saturda Mr and Mrs Scott of Polin spent Saturday nightland Sunday with James Coulter Mr and Mrs Christerson of Texas spent Sunday with the latters sister Mrs J S Thomas Mrand Mrs B H Mcllyoy and family Mr and Mrs Tom Bailey Mr Wes Bailey and Mr and Mrs JD Sutherland were entertained with a grapiophone by Mra1d Mrs Louis Clark Sunday night Mesdames Charley Hines of Beard and Will Homan of Springfield spent Friday with Mrs J M Shields Mr Davie Hines of Beard Ky and Miss Sarah Shields of the Vnlley eloped to Tennessee Tuesday night and married They returned to the Thursday to spend a few days with friends and relatives before going to Beard to go to housekeeping Their many friends wish them a long and happy lIfe Mr and Mrs John Armstrong and family attended the reunion given byI the Royalty family at Mr Jl W Walls Sunday as a surprise for their mother All present report a good time MULDRAUGH HILL I suppose the farmers of this com niunity are all through planting corn Mrs Nancy Scott visited Mr Samuel Coulter and family one day last vee- kIllr Davie Hines of Louisyille and Sarah Shields were married Tues m Springfield The groom is a young man of Louisville while the bride is a wellknown young lady of the Hillsboro neighborhood We wish them ahappy Hie A large crowd attended the decoration at Hillsboro Saturday evening Miss Lillian Leachman spent Satur bay night and Sunday with Miss Effie Coulter Richard Hardin of Rockbridge spent Sunday with MrThos Coulter and family Mr Sabe Coul ter wife and little son Cecil Roosevelt spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Coulters sister Iat Chaplin Dudie Sutherland and wife dined with J 11 Shields and family Sunday Mrs Nancy Scott spent Sunday night With Messrs Sabe and Tom Coulter near this place The Sunday School at Hjllsdoro is progressing nicely Mss Effie Coulter spent Sunday night with Miss Lillian Leachman of near here HAPPY HOLLOW News is scarce but I will tfy and jot down a few items Mr H P Chesser and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Solomon Kays Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong spent Saturday and Sunday with their uncle Mr J W Walls and family of Brooksyille Miss Artie Yeager of Antioch is spending several Weeks with her sister Mrs Bob Robertson of near here Miss Pearl Armstrong was m Poor towu Tuesday IMr John Perkins had a valuable mare to die Sunday from lockjaw A large crowd attended the decoration at Hilisboro Saturday afternoon Mrs Solomon Kays andIofchildren spent last Thursday with Mrs J M Shields Mr Davie Hines of Oldham county and Miss Sarah Shields were married last Tuesday afternoon Mrs Sabe Coulter spent Monday with her father Mr J M Shields Mr Dickie Shewmaker will conduct a singing school at Hillsboro every Sunday evening There was a large crowd at Sunday school Sunday atternoon Mr Sam Crooke and wife of the Valley spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Lonnie Noel of Walnut Hill A birthday dinner was given at the home of Mr J W Walls on last Sun for rLucyrCwas seyen tynine years old The dinner was given as a surprise to her by her children grandchildren and great grandchildren Many handsome presents were received by Mrs Royalty A bountiful dinner was served there were sixtyfive at the dinner and a very pleasant day was spent May God be with us till we meet again to spend another happy birthday with Mrs Royalty and Mrs Creary I WILLISBURGi The Modern Woodmens decoration was held here last Sunday afternoon There was a large crowd present Rev Cole delivered two interesting sermons here last Sunday and eveningiDr Hyatt and family have returned IndIMrs Ola Sweeny and children spent last v eek with her parents lat this place Misses Olive Sutton and Willie Ruby attend d the decoration at Bruners Chape last Friday Miss Elizabeth Shirley left Tuesday of last week for Greenwood Ind to attend the funeral of her little niece Edison Columbia Phonog- raphRECORDS U M RUSSELL Springfield Ky Jessie Ray Kin3 y She will also visit friends and relatives in Franklin and Indianapolis Ind Mrs J W Sutherland and daughter pent the latter part of last week with her father Mr Franklin of Anderson county Mrs W B Shirley and Miss Tavie Goodlett visited their sister Mrs Nora OBryan one day lastwe k Misses Alice arid Ramie Franklin are visiting at this place Miss Edna Catlett of Springfield spent Sunday with relatives near this place Several from this place attended the exercises given at the Methodist church at Mackville Sunday evening t The Best Pills Evcir Sold After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and spending qver two hundred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills 1 consider them the best pills ever sold writes B F Ayscueof In gleside N C Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 25c SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Richard Riley Springfield wants some hay to cut on shares Let him know at once J T Watts Parksyille Ky has for sale 15 nice milch 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 3 has for sale from 500 to 800 bushels of corn Will sell in any amount from half bushel up WP Hatchett Mackvill has for sale 45 head of young steers A L Perkins Rt 3 has for sale a good 3yearold milk cow with 3rd calf The Springfield Sun 100 per lye iJII i WOOLWANTED t 6 t Ii ij8 The farmersof Washington and adjoining counties ilrd4 well JkKCOT municate withone of the iradefsfgned before disposing iof theirXSbol Ve want wjciol and 4 will pay the highest prices Will receive at points tosuit farmers we s GIBBS McCLURE MAYES SPRINGFIELD KY A Moneymaker for Agents fl THE ODD WORLD AND ITS WAYS f t By William Jennings Bryan f 576 Imperial Octavo Pages 251 Superb Engravings from photographs taken by Col Bryan Recauntinghis trip around the world and visits to nations Greatest book of travel ever written Most successful seller of this generation FOUR EDITIONS in Pour MONTHS The aprents harvest Write at once for Territory and Agents Outfit ntstoAddress i THE THOMPSON PUBLISHINGCO ST Louis Mo t Commissioners SalefI Washington Circuit CourtjEy I Sarah Settles Plaintiff v GracyS- etts etc DefendantsEqulty tf IBy virtue of a Judgment and ordei of sale of the Washington Circuit Cotncti rendered at the February term thereof 1908 in the above styled cause 1 shall proceed to offer tor sale at the court house door in Springfield Ky about the hour of 2 oclock p m or there about pn V jthe4ndboundedWashingitonBeginning at a stone in the middle of a torner to J S Sutton then S 54i W 1252 poles to a beech tree cor ner to J R Davis thence N 38 51W 48J E 1956 poles to th6 middle of Mayes creek thence up the creek as it 8351Emouth of a branch corner to Mrs Ray draincScontaining 11 acres 2 rods ana 2 poles the same being the land which was con veyed to AF Settles by Jl S Sutton of aate 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 bea ing legal interest from date of sale un til paid and having the force landef fect of a Judgment A lien will be re 9 tamed on land for which bond is eke cuted Bidders will be required comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN Master Commissioner Washington Cir cuit Court i How to Curef Your Pills IDue Often To Carelessness or Neglect and Stubborn to Cure The knife Is not always necfssaify to raysahetsaysaggravated cases of long standing cured by a simple home remedy that restored t f to the bowels easy natural daily move ments And the doctor is right as many letters from cured people In various parts of the country prove If sufferers from Piles reca1 tumors and ulcers would try Dr Cal weUs Syrup Pepsin they would often save themselves the terrible pain and dan er and the heavy expense of asevere surgical operation Piles ae often due to constipation and are alWay aggravated by it Easy nntnraX mftVorr ts of the bowels such as are i produced by this fam ous lax outpanor gripe do healthycondltldnM H 141 Mpweaque DIsays it have been trouble all my life with piles brought on by constipation I tried many doctors and numerous remedies but found no relief until 1 used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I have used it Sa lax ative and stomach remedy for the past nine years and have no more troubles with piles H N John Minneapolis Kan says 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 Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Jp a safe sure remedy for constipation restoring easy natural daily movements in the worst old chronic cases yet so mild and pleasant to take mothers give it to their babies with splendid results It is sold by all druggists at 60c arid 100 per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co 302 Caldwell Bldg Monticello HI will send a tree sample to anyone who has not used It and will give Ita fair trial For sale by The Red Cross DrusrStora It