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Y r TwI9l Jct I ok 4- i J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYy f I ttVOLUME IV 11 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 11908 NUMBER 30 I I EDITORIAL ISPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR WOE TO HIM THAT RLILDETH TOWN WITH STABLlSilETU CITY 1AND N RECORD Mr Frank A Munsey the publisher and newspaper m mal ziteI that Taft will not have a over Though I am Republican says Mh Munsey lam not so optomistic qs are many of my friends who think Mr1 Taft twill have a walkover On the con trary I think it will be the hardest fight oh record Whatever fcbjeetions may be made to Mr Bryan he is ajgood b rtInn rHis campaign against Mrj Mc Kinley one of the most popular ofour Presidents showed great fighting c ual ity r I Mr Munsey is not alone in his dpin ion Not a few of the prominent Re publicans of the country agree that Mr Taft will have to do a tall piece oftun king tO def eat Mr Bryanr rln commenting upon Mr Munseys declaration the Louisville Times saY1 Undoubtedly Mr Bryan haa hadbefqreFIrstof the Republican party to give im strengththe trusts it has bred ihe great show it has made by word of mouth of combatting predatory wealhI melylefttingent alone in the enjoymentof their goods and has artificially produced a panic which has swamped business and all but rent the wage earners tothe poorhouses of the land The panic is still hanging over the country we are sorry to say It is the chief achieve ment of the Republican administration DOW in pcwer Nothing i basaccom Hshedsurpassestbe in t scjdpa and in results Somehow people 11gQautprosperity Therefore they are ndt likely tu shout very enthusiastically the Republican party aIThen there is the horrible spec jRIforcing1lrf the people Unscrupulous robbery box fraud highhanded manipulation Federal domination wer1i prevalent in all parts of the country THe whole procedure whIch culminated in Mr Taf ts nomination was one ot the most scandalous in the history ot American politics The bad feeling and the odium cannot give the Republican ticket any strength t Aain there is the Republican plate form WhiCh is a tissue of ousness duplicity and dismgenuI Mr Munsey is right profound and upright Mr Ta may Lliyac Republicans tare mistaken who think he has a walkover epublicanleaderShave no reason to bel optomistic Upon the other hand they have every reason to be pessimist ticto be downiri theTmouth and to fe 1Iikethejigisup The Bfipublican National Congress failed to mKJts partys promises to the 1ipe lFan it proved beyond any ques it is the servant the slave t of the truststhe loyal friend and supporter of predatory wealth It gaY nothing to labor and everything to plutocracy it turned a deaf ear to the appeals of the President it put its heel upop the neck of the tobacco farmer and gave to the tobacco trust its re t newed affection and allegiance Is it any wonder that the Republican National convention inI Chicago der featfdtheplank declaring for the pub names of contributors to campaignfunds by a vote of 880 to 9- 4Inthe h sJ death of Grover Cleveland the country loses one of its greatest men He was loved by hundred of thousands affp opleand admired by the nation His jiife was crowned with many 3410 Itoriesthose victories that come lo men jof iron wills and relentless deter miriation sitetAt present the negroes throughout the country think they think that Mr ITafiam not de genulman foh de Pres 1 ident ob jdej oonited States but be fore the election is over theyll iilIrtthunk some more and in a heated perspiring condition wrttrise uptc the crack of the whip and will per ceed to 1eramu ate toward the log cabin i I LACK SCOUNDRElS Some time ago we pubjished some thing in the editorial column of The Sun in efense of the black bird If we rememb r correctly we advised the farmer to protect the birdand to en courage ihinvto increase his tribe We read a government report extolling the i gentleman of cullah which gave sundry and various reasons why the farmer should o inducements in the way of nice pine tree roosts etc to make ohKblacky a permanent res ident 6f the farm and taking our Un cle Samuels word for it we hastened to enlighten our farmer friends and to advise them to wrap aBouL the black bird the mantle of love But just read this from the Hairpdsburg Herald i Mr Kyle Watkins informs us that black birds destroyed sixteen acres of plantedlatethrough the the soft ground myriads ofi black birds swooped down it and did notlleave a hill in the field Beiner too lath to replant corn Mr Watkins will soly the field in Hungarian grass and cow peas Now we have no reason to doubt the word of the Herald We have always f beitruth ulrand absolutely free of malice Hence iwe must retract all the good things we said about the black bird We now brand hint a thiefa humbug Land we advise our farmer friends toi shoot the daylights out of the bjack scoundrel The Louisville Evening Post rises to remark that we must all admit that Mr Cannon is getting a little some aniLa heavy load to carry fIiJeI the Posl will continue in its efforts to bring up its end of the load the pee ple the country and everything e dd LMr Cannon ell he Republican National platform his own rotten timbers President Roosevelts ideas and desire s tOa Queens taste Mr Cannon is la heavy load for the laboring masses and yutheplutocratic rich k t Wonderland v c Sweet eyes by sorrow still un wet Td you the world is radlantyet A palace hall of speridid truth Touched by the gpl Jen haze of youth Where hopes and joys art ever rife Amid thernystery of life And seeking all to understand The world to you is wonderland I turn to Watch the unshed tears The furrowed track ot ended years I see the eager hopes that wane The joys that die in deathless pain The qrowned Faith that falsehoods shake i The souls that faint the hearts that break The truth By livid lips bemoaned The Right defiled the Wrong enthroned v And striving still to understand The world to me is Wonderland A little time then by and by The puzzled thought itself shall die When like the throb of distant drums The call inevitable comes To blurring brain and weary limb And when the arching eyes grow dim And fast the gathering shadows creep To lull the drowsy sense asleep We two slumber hand to Hand To wake perhaps in Wonderland Harry Thurston Peck Banquet in Honor of Hon Ben Johnson Kentucky Standard The banquet Arranged under the auspices of the Bardstown Commercial Club in honor nlbekIveniwill he be 150 plate affair Judge frank E Daugherty and Messrs J L Druien and Guthrie 11 Wilson were nlthecharge The occasion of the banquet is to show the appreciation of the Cpm tnercial Club of Mr Johnsons efforts jh securing the appropriation for the Purchase of ra site upon which will be erected a handsome Government build I1igSs and Prevents tClir er Lexington Ky s used Bourbon Hog Chol era Remedy and I think it is the only ever made that will cure and prventhogch01era Sold by all drug gstsr f qj It i 4 p I TEDDY il rf t TurksHeHe is the hill and valley the dawning the dusk the noon moonHe tk iHe is the big cucumber that gives us the bellyache He is the fire that quickens the company that insures He is the ill that sickens and he is the thing that cures He is the ruling Russian and we are the groveling skates He is the Constitution find lies the United States Emporia Gazette Grover Cleveland Sleeps Eternally jTPrinceton N J June 25Grover Clevelarid former President of the 1 United States died suddenly at his aClockliwas due to heart failure complicated with other diseases While Mr Cleveland had bffdn seri ously ill from time to time the an nouncement of his death camelike a thunderbolt to those who had been watching his illness The former President died in bed in the front room Those at camewerelIrsclans The only other persons in the house at the time were a number of servants t There was nothing alarming in his condition it was thought by the phy sicians and the former President passedIr a fairly good night notwithstanding the oppressive heat When Drs Bryant and JJockwoocl visited their patientthis morning they found him indisposed as one of them termed itoUr Carno chan who lives in Princeton was asked to step over to the house This was tJhourThe physicians recognized instantly the symptoms immediate arrangements were made to combat the attack With every resource at hand the physicians worked over their patient Finally he lapsed into unconsciousness and the endcame at 840 oclock It is believed that the terrific heat of the t lastfew days contributed in a great de gree to thesudden death of Mr Cleveland CAREER OF CLEVELAND 1837Born at Caldwell Essex count N JMarch 18 1855 Afferacademic education became in Buffalo 1859 Admitted to the bar and began 11863Btorney of Erie county New York 1 70Ele lCd Sheriff of Erie county New York 1881 Elected Mayor of his horne city Buffalo N Y- 18S2Nomtrated and elected as Gdv I ernor of New York on the Democratic ticket 1885 Eiected President of the Um ted States as Democrat over James G Blame Rcp1bl can by majority of thirtySsevdn ele toralvotsI1886 Married se Frances Fplsom June 2 1888 Nominated for President of the United States by Democrats but defeated by Benjamin Harrison Republi can 1889Returned to law practice IQ cating in New York 1892riAgain nominated for President by Democrats and elected defeating President Harrison i 1897 Retired from the presidency and active political life and took up his residence at Princeton N J Prince ton University conferring upon him the degree of LLD 1908Died at Princeton N J Mr Clevelands Wealth Washington June 25There are conflicting stories here as to what Mr sayIothers that he left but little if anything Among the latter is the Washington Star which says today Contrary to the general belief Mr Cleveland was a poor man For some reason which does not appear the opinion was generally held that he was possessed of a considerable estate and that he would leave his family well oft when he died Inquiries made yester day developed the fact that Mr Cleve land far from bemg well off was poorJ and left to hist family unless his close personal friends are entirely mistaken practically nothing 1mrthe house at Princeton and the place at Buzzards Bay When Mr Cleveland left the White Bo se the last time and for many years thereafter said one of his iu theJjjingly especially as he saw his family growing up about him and knew their future was not as well prqvided for asi he could wish He would not accept anything from his friends He was ex trfimftlv proud on that score but those who knew him best knew that his cir cumstinces worried him not a little He did not live in New York for the sole reason that he could not liye there as cheaply as he could in New Jersey and maintain the style he felt would be demanded of hi n When he became one ofw the trustees of the addedIsomething like 5000 fdrthat work He was the only member of the board of three who was paid lujt unlike the others he gave nearly his entire time companyJ proved All his friends rpjoiced when he became the head of the Association of Life Insurance Presidents with a salary of 25000 a year fqr they knew his circumstances Howeyer he held that place for only a year so that although there had been an Improve menteit was not sufficient to make a great deal of difference- I know a good deal about Mr Cleyelands affairs and my belief is it will be found that he left little if anything to his family outside of the house at Princeton and the furnishings in it and the place at Buzzjards Bay He had some thorfly in addition but I dont bejieve it was very much My recollection is that he had it on deposit in the Knickerbocker Trusts Company That fact came out at the time that company closed its doors Heroic Negro Rewarded I Harrodsburg Herald The Committee which has had in charge htesti monial fund contributed by many of the leading citizens of Wood ford county forj the benefit of the colored merchant at Zion Hill George W tombs in recognition of his heroic act in res cui ig Miss Lula Woolfolk from an at tempted assault made upon her by Sh rman Powell another negro some weeks ago while returning to her home in the country from Midway met Sat urd y afternoon and presented him witn the handsome gold medal which had been made especially for him and also a purse of 110 The negro was deeply affected by this act of kindness on jthe part of his wjiite friends He prizes both gifts very highly indeed jjhe medal which is now on display in Midway isa beautiful one and has been greatly admired by nIl who have sucn it On the front side of the medal is engraved his name under which ure the words Heroic Conduct Medal On the reverse side is engraved this in scription viz Presented to George Wesley Combs by the peop16of100d ford county Ky for his heroic act in rescuing a young lady from a brutal assault on May 1 1908 Combs act of bravery vhich no doubt save the life of Miss Woolfolk has also beer re ported to the Carnegie Hero Comtris sion Who will act upon it in a siiort time The negro Powell has been given a life sentence in the Frankfort tpenitentiaryI t f Daily Thought Its plain enough you get into the wrong road in this life If you run after thIand that only for thesake of making things easy and pleasant for i yourself George ElIof 3 4 i h BARN BURNED Mrs Margaret Barnett Loses Barn and Contents Sun day Night f Ac barn on the place of Mrs Margaret Barnett three and a half miles north of Springfield was destroyed by fire at about 1 oclock Monday morning The origin of the fire is unknown but is supposed to be of incendiary origin In the barn were several bushels ot wheat and corn some farming tools and a sow arid pigs These were also burned Therewas no insurance on the barn and the loss on the bailding arid Contents is estimated at 500 The loss falls heavily on Mrs Barnett who has worked hard to accumulate a little home FIleMrshalliekirk visited the scene of the fire but could find no evidence which would Indicate the origin of the fire A LARGE AUDIENCE Hears Rev R E C Lawson De liver Interesting Lecture Last Friday Evening A large and appreciative audience heard Rev Ri E C Lawson deliver his lecture Lifes Morning in the courthouse last Friday evening The people went to the lecture expecting to hear something good and tliey were not withIinterrupted by loud laughter and applause Mr Lawson is indeed a pleas ing storyteller as well as a iorcibje speaker and should he deliver other lectures in Springfield he will be greeted by large audiences Mrs Barbers Will Contested It Kentucky Standard An appeal suit was filed in the Nelson Circuit Court today by Mrs Amelia Baldwin seeking to set aside the will of Mrs Cecelia Barber recently probated in the County Court The estate devised under the will is estimated at about 200000 The writing that is attacked is dated Janu ary 21 1897 ancTsix codicils were af terwards added The grounds of the contest are that the testatrix was not of sound mind or disposing memory at the time of making said will and the several codicils and it is further al leged that the execution of said will and codicils each and all was procured by the exercise of undue influence or fraud The amount involved is about the largest involved in any suit ever filed in the Nelson Circuit Court The at torneys representing the contestant are Geo S and John A Fulton Kelley Chernf and a E McKay The Execu tors are W C McChord andJohn L Barber of Springfield I Tobacco Crop Killed by Drouth IL Frankfort Ky June 27 Escaping the firO brand of the pight riders and the hoe of the tobacco grower that would scrape the plant beds the inde pendent growers in the burley district who are determined to grow tobacco this year have found a more serious proposition to confront in their efforts to cultivate the 1908 crop Reports are being received here which indicate that ot the 5000 acres ot tobacco set out in this State by the independent growers that twothirds of the tobacco has been killed by the drouth In the counties bordering on Franklin the drouth has killed practically cvery plant and the scarcity of plants for re setting will make the 1908 crop almost an entire fai1ureitA tenant in this county who had determined to raiie three or four acres of tobacco near the Shelby county line pfowed up his tobacco patch the first of this week and will sow it insone other crop From him it was learned that the to bacco crop in Shelby cqunty this year will be almost an entire failure f Best the World Affords It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve II saysti W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am convinced its the best salve the world affords It cureda felon on rny thumb and It never fails to heal ev isIdrug store I I t 4t TOBACCO MARKET AND IE1YlERJ riMay Be Established In Springfield In the Edwty- Warehouses T Hon A P Gooding of Lexington has been In Springfield during the pat week negotiating with the Washington County Warehouse Co in regaratofleasing the Companys warehouses in this city for a period of five year for the purpose of establishing a loose leaf tobacco market and a stemery here if Mr Gooding is successful the mari k bt will have all the advantages of the c ty market and will be agreat con venience to the farmers of Washington a adjoining counties TAt this time no definite arrangements halve been made and the matter will npf be settled until the Board of Dire tors of the Warehouse Company palss upon it The Sun is informed that a meeting will be held Fridayof this week However it is thought that sat isfactory arrangements can be made and it now looks like the enterprise will be established We feel that it would be worth much to the county and hope the people will lend every en couragcment to the project Mr Gooding states that he feels that he can make a success of the loose leaf market in this city if he gains the support he should have Besides presentingtto the people of this section equal ac commodations of other markets he can offer steady employment for at least five months of each year to lOtfor more men whichof itself is an important item Lets get together and encourage this enterprise for the benefit of our town and county The factory if established canhaE die all tobacco raised in this section Let each tobacco grower consider this movement and lend his hearty sup port both for his own personal benefit t and that of every fellow grower Base Ball hJtweenBoys composed of McChord Mayes McElroy Polin Yankey Durrett and Duncan all of whom are spending theIrL vacation at home was somewhat too si onesided to be very excItingI However the College Boys had never played together and their errors were due to lack of practice and not because they dont know base ball Robert Mayes and Maury Durrett of the KS C did the battery work for the College Boys assisted by J S McElroy and JacK McGhord all of whom did efficient work Yet the op posing team is next to good playing and never ceased to punch the pitchers at any stage of the game Harry Shultz and Ben E Simms did the battery work for the Waltons and held the game Upwriin good style v Harry was in his usual ball spirits I and played some winning the game for the WhItens bythe pretty score of iJ9 to 10 The usual crowd was in attendance and much interest was manifested in the game that resulted so disastrously for the College Boys Another game between the cracfe Bardstown team and the Waltons iCif- orthe3rd Bardstown has a strong team andJiJtr good game is expected L ffi Those who like the game should m out Friday afternoon and root for Springfield AdmissiLi5 a id 25c k c I The Blue Jays and the Sluggers 7 played an interesting game of ball at the High School park Tuesday aftervv noon the Blue Jays winning by the score of 9 to 6 After the game wasa over they played another game beitween a makeup team composed of several good players ot the first team defeating them easily What promises to be a most interest ing game and an afternoon of erijdyr ment for the local fans is a scheduled double header betveen the strong Cnmpbellsville team and the Waltons i at the High School park on the afternoon pf the 4th Admittance 25c rAn Invaluable RerncdyI J Chas Stephenson GlintpivviHeiKy says I cured my chickens of Chole with Bourbon Poultry Cure and Ispeak too highly oj it as ananMaluabl remedy for fowls giststo tt i jJf ecS iIf I I rF 1 4i J j 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY i 1008 c 1 APPEAL IS SELFISH t INCONSISTENT ATTITUDE OF REPUBLICAN PUBLISHERS fWooBut StandPat on Other Extortions The fTrust Newspaper Publish ers mostly Republicans 4 theI in NQW York again urged to pass a bill for free Vood piilp and free print paper Un cle Joel and the Republican managers iIi congress were loath to take notice of the matter The Republican pub Ushers ban hardly blame the iRepifbli can politicians Their demand for free pu p and paper is a vert selfish demand for they do not congress for reU from the iniquItolIs tariff on anything but paper and pulp ap pear to be willing to see everyone else plundered but themselves Now with the publishers of Demo cratic neiwspapers the demand for tariff reform riS more consistent They not only task for the tariff on paper to be removed but also unlike the Republican publishers want the tariff tax on everything else reduced or abolished That is they are anxious to see everyope get a fair share of the tariff reduction and although very naturally they ask that their own business be freed from the plun dering prla rapacious trust they do not stop at that but ask for tariff re form on all articles of necessity pecIally those products sold by the trusts cheaper to foreigners than to our own people Of course the action ofr Speaker Cannon in having a special Qpmtnittee appointed to investigate the paper r trust hid the price of wood pulp and paper is but to try and evade action with the implied promise of reform lug the r and wood schedule after election can this implied promise be Pipe on and how will the people the tariff reductions I they If the tariff protection the paper enjoys istaken from it why Should other trusts still be protected The whole brood of trusts would then take alarm and the Repub lican campaign managers would be more se riously alarmed than the managers of trusts for when Bliss and Mr Cortelyou or whoever sI selected jy the Republican campaign manager to bleed tie trusts call for their share of the swag to reelect those w p firmly believe in the prin ciple of protection they would hardly be greeted with outstretched hands as heretofore It would therefore seem that the Republican publishers must suffer for their love of protectipn for the sake of principle and the Demo cratic pu ushers must suffer because thet can help it U J Af Trust Warned The tolacco trust is reported to be about to dissolve Friends in Tas- hiigtqnaparently Republicans are said torhlve advised sufch on the ground that the officials of the trust are liable to prosecution under the antitnust law Ever since 1902 the departrnezjtof justice has had on file to convict the trust offi cials but has refused to prosecute Now at ths late day just before ana tional electiQn for political effect thefadministration is beginning i to get busy But apparently the trust officials lred not be alarmed they ihave the tip to prepare for the inevi table and iby dissolving the present trust can Organize in secret and un der a gent emans agreement can still plunder the tobacco growers and the tobacco consumers as the beef com bine is doing Amed1cancompany American riuff cQmpanY the Amen caniLIcoripe company together with subsidiaryoompanies 4 Tobacco company will undergo re organization and that a number of in dependent jcompanies controlling the tobacco and paper cigarette boxes licorice Russian and Turkish cigar ete leaf export and other companies will be reorganized under separate headst and thoughtful our Re ends are to trusts and cor ns when the con tribution box is about to be handed around fort campaign funds v k z John Fiske on the Tariff The Philadelphia Record quotes from the lite John Fiske who knew4 Kud wrote so much about America and the Amerlc in people in so many phases of their cTe relopment social religious economic and historical the following prophetic utterances on the tariff albeit like most prophets he was far in advance and without honor in his owu country of the time By and by when our shameful tar iftfalsely called protections 1 ll have been done away with and our tanuactur rs shall produce superior articles at ess cost of raw material w e shall begin to compete with Euro pean countries in all the markets of the the competition in manufactures s will become as keen as H Is now b ginning to be inagricul are This i time will not be long in iXnilngforour tariff system has al ready bGgurr to be discussed and in hr light of our present knowledge disciwslcn c eans Its doom Born of THSSS ignorance and selfdefeating xTPfcd it cannot bear the light When rjtis eurse to American labor shall h veiieen once removed the economic thoTjy 6 rr s deed L f i NO GOOD TRUSTS I t SECRETARY TAFTS ARGUMENT A PALPABLE FALLACY r Cost Reduction Through Cpmbina tion If True Has Proved of No Benefit to the American Peo gtS seems to got intoprouble over his late remarks to the railroad conductors at Chicago Thel Socialists quote what he said wlth4 satisfaction as admitting the jffictJofthe class struggle The secretary declares he was misquoted and that what he did say was this That unless laborers united into organizations the laborer would stand no qhance In that inevitable controversy that we always hope will be peaceful but that must exIstthat inevitable controversy as to how la bor and capital1 shall shard the joint product Ofboth Thje effort of Secretary Taft to allay the dislike of labor to him on account of his former injunctions when judge in the interest of employers and against the strikers will require more than such a small tub that he has thrown to the labor whale t whatever may come of the con troversy between Mr Taft and or ganized labor there is another state men he is reported to have made in the same speech thatno Democrat can indorse because it does not agree with i notorious facts Combinations of capital said Mr Taft within the bounjjs of the law are necessary fpr ss expediency and for cost re ductQn Mr Taft evidently believes with President Roosevelt that there are gOod trusts which through mo nopoIcan produce cost reduction It wuld be nteresting to know how these eniinent Republicans explain the f t that alth ugh the steel trust by combination virtually controls the steel production of the comitr tandlas iudoubte lly reduced the t of production yet persists in maintaining topIuctsIs but of little service to the American people Mf they do not par tl ip te in the reduction by buying cheaper goods As tile trusts by com bination may reduce the cost of their products why should not the peqple who use them participate in the reduced cost From tile restricted views of Secretary Taft and President Roosevelt ja trust that produces cheaper than independent manufacturers can is a good trust but from a Democratic standpoint the whole theory of trust isbased on monopoly and hie tariff which protects the trust is the chief cause of their ex istenfce Cot reduction without reduction In pniceTto consumers is but an absurd Republican fallacy Thore can be no trust or combina tion Unless thereis some kin of mo nopofo backof it Therefore there can be ndcombinations that are good for the people Those trusts that pre pro tecte by the tariff would soon become comparatively good If the tariff that protects them was reduced tola revenue Basis so that the competition they have Ismothered at home by combina tion would be revived by competition from abroad If by combination un der free competition the trusts be it canIan peo pIe there wouldbe some ground for saying such a competing trust is a But there never can be a good trust as lohg as it is so protect 1 by the Republicanpolicy of tariff protection that it can charg- emorelorJts products here than it sells tries p for In foreign coun If hetiu1Ets have any bargain counter propositions to offer they shoul t be first offered to the American people ITrusts in the Senate Th Republican United State Senator puggeuheim of Color ado although when elected to the senate he resigned as president or directbr of the smelting trust is still evaderitly looking after the Intorests of th4 trust On April 2S the glessipnal Record discloses the fact e submitted to the senate an amencipient to the sundry civil appro apprpprlate75Oob ver dc liars by registered mail or oth erwise As such an appropriation will allow the treasury r to pay the freight by ex iress or otherwise on silver dollars f r sUChb Ir as can use sliver it should add to the demand and thus help ti create a demand for silver dol lars and thus put Jup the price of sil yer W lich the smelting trust controls Jl con es mighty handy for a trust to ave tiUhlted States senator ready and w Uing to do it service lAn LmpontBill The1sehate lnost unanimously sen1atortions against statej laws by requiring that all applicatioiis for such injunc tions 11be hearLl bat least three judgesitwo of whpra muse be above the grtid of district judges The bill ifit becomes i law will restrain 6f the Cederal judiciary in- takJngjconizaflce of cases which go to state courts It ain to limit the issue of Injunc tions restraining the operation of state tatues an thereby make it harder for federal courts to assume jurisdi Uonin4a gi4ien case i THE THUMB SHOWS CHARACTER Pont Worth Remembering When Siz ing Up Friend or Enemy When 9ver you see a man with a big thick thumb be careful of him says a palmster and be especially careful if the first joint the nail joint is longer or thicker than the ssecond The thumb is regardedas indicat ing both intellectual and will power The second joint if longer than the first is supposed to indicate the pre dominance of the intellect over the will Such a man however courageous he may be will always let his im pulse be controlled by his intellect He will be cool clearheaded both in word and in action will rarely be flustered even under strong excitement and however angry he may become will rarely allow his anger to control his actions or lead him into saying or doing anything imprudent The man hpwever whose first thumb joint is thicker than the sec ond especially if it is longer gen erally mistakes Qbstinacy for firmness- is rash quick to take offense easily loses control of himself and will gen erally fight on small provocation It fs almost impossible to reason with such a man for when excited or angry he loses his reasoning power and is so carried away by furious passfoa that lie often incurs the suspicion of being crazy L FISH FROMSEAWALL At CADIZ Natives Perch on Eminence and Seek to Allure Finny Tribe No matter in what direction one walks Jn Cadiz it Isa pretty sure thing that the seawall will be reached for the city is bUilt at the end of a long narrow peninsula connected with the mainland ya low sandy stretch of ground In many places the seawall is full 40 feet high and rises sheer from the water We saw many men and boys perched upon this wall each one fishing with a very long bamboo pole to which was tied a lengthy fish- Ing Uneat least 50 and sometimes 100 feet long and all of them beaded at short intervals with little balls of cork A small hook with a shrimp as bait is used Patience is essential for the returns are small judging from what th men had to show uso the fish biting but seldom Yet there should be plenty of fish near the wall for the citys refuse and garbage are cast over this wall into the sea HomeWork in Numbers I am a primary teacher and find that many otherwise bright children are slow in numbers I have obtained good results in many cases by recom mending number games at home making at the same time a strong stand against home tasks A box of pasteboard money ip very good for playing store The lit tIe storekeeper will enjoy making change immensely and will take pains that he neither cheats nor is cheated Bean bag games where a score is kept by each child are also useful The old fashioned way of playing dominoes counting by the multiples of five Js very fascinating to the average child who at the same time unconsciously acquires a good foundation for formal number lessons In school Harpers Bazar Where the Shoe Pinched It was easy for Mr Randall to bear with his wifes remarkable decision ot character at all times but her ob stinacy he found most difficult to endure I cant quite comprehend her ha confided to his brother after one try ing experience Many years as we have been married she still surprises the Thyall in the same day some times in the same hour she will settle a disturbance in the kitchen put the children just where they belong ad just some matter in the church and then when her judgment ought to be at its best display the most astound ing obstinacy iii attempting to regu late my got gout or comings in Its rits inco nprehensible Ypuths Companion Kcntutky Fair Dates The following are jthe dates fixed for holding the KentucWy Fairs for 1908as far as reported Officers of Fairs are requested to report Up us any omissions- or corrections of dates Stanford 223 cfcys Georgetown July 28J5 days Winchester August44days T THE SUN AND Bothpa V pora yr Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CourferjQiirnal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution175Se- miWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly StLouis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home arid Farm125Ame-rican Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman200Farm and Fireside135Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine m 285 s Magazine 4PO Ledger Monthly 175- Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly435Su-nny South AH 150 r The CampaigA Is Oh WHO WILL BE- PRESIDENT I 7 7t N t tt OtiI ITO FORM OUR OPINIONS AND KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE PROGRESS OF THE AMPAIGi YOU WILL NEED FIRSTCLASS NEWSPAPERS DAILY COURIERJOURNALI Unjtil December 11908 and THE SUN One Year for S2OO I OR DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMEStUntil December 1908 find THE SUN One Year for 2O This gives you a live metropolitan paper through the campaign ahd the election Order today dfe subscription will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can be sent i II I 2JfThis special campaign offer is in effect only during JUNE JULY and AUGUST and noI subscriptions win be teceivedat the reduced rate after August 31 under any circumstances SEND ORDERS t 7 I 53daysJDanville August Lexington August 105 days Uniontown August 115 days Burkesville August 114 daysf- BVoadhead August 12 3 days Springfield Aqgust 124 days Shepherdsville August 184 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TriCounty Fair Sanders August 194 days Vanceburg August 194 days Ewing August 203 day London August 254 dayj Elizabethtown August 253 days Burlingtqn August 264 days Germantown August 264 days Morgantown 273 days Somerset September 14 days Hardinsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Monticello September 84 days Hodgenyille September 83 days Glasgow September 94 days Sleep a Sleep is natures re builclmg period when the eiergy used by the brain nuisclcs and organs is re newed If you lose sleep your system is iobbed of the strength sleep should give Continued loss of sleep multiplies this loss you IJeeome a phys ical wreck Dr Miles Nervine quiets the irri tated nerves and brings refreshing invigorating Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffects Forover two years I suffered untold agonies my frJen S tlTught I was going crazy I could not sleep nor rest at all I tried different doc tors but failed to find relief My head would ache all the time I was like one drunk could not concentrate my mind and was so restless and worried that sleep was out of the Question After taking one bottle of Dr Nervine I felt changed I am now On my third bottle and am gaining all the time I can lie down and sleep like a child and am able to do my work MRS MAY SCOTT English Ind Ydlir druggKt sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit yoq Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind The Springfield Sun FOR ONE YEAR AND Either of above DailiesUNTIL DECEMBER 11908 4 FOR ONLY YOUR August until wonderfully I TT e i Rakesi Hoes Spades Etc Etc fnd the 2H1 SUBSCRIPTION T- OTllISUNSpringfie1d Ky 11 eUtI1I l A Good Garden Best Garden Plowon MARKET Is the family s living through the sum mer months therefore it paysjp CULTIr VATE IT WELL To da Shis you must have the Best Garden ToolsI4IThe successful farmer is the farmer who has the best implements the successful i gardener is the man who has the best tools We carry the BEST in stock our prices are VERY reasonable Come in and look ajb our line of tools 3 3 3333 3 3S3 33 333 II itf WE WANT YOU TO SEE OUR W m I PERFECTION OIL STOVES I 0 THERE ARE NONE BETTER I S SS E e H Do You Need a Cooking Stove or Range If so it will pay you to see our large line Full line Lawn Mowers Refrigerators Water Qoolers etc When You need PLUMBING and TiN RO flPjG let us figger with you1 SHULTZ RIEDELSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY S4SSbSSSS SuSSi I == e 0eOe OeOeQeOeOeoeo eOeoeo eQegeoeoeoenneoeoeoeaedeQ JOB PRINTING IWelittle cheaper than the other fellow Wedding invitations letter hqads bill 1ieads sale bills statements dodgers cards etc all receive the same careful treatment ijust a little better than seems necessary Prompt delivery always it 0eooooeoeoooeoorrteoeQeooeO hOOIfoeQOa t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY i 1908 j 3 SHEPHERD t f I J AND- illS PAJW By PHILIP VERRILL MiGHELS e i Copyright Old Grizzly Ben and Roger his dog came slowly driving their army of dirty gray sheep across the barren mountaini j was afternoon Tire two were dusty weary and silent They had brought the stupid animas so far to change the pasture thai both were Jfairly disheartened by physical ex haustion The dog was shepherd In fact so far as alertnes of eye ear and intuition were employed but the sheep afforded him less thanIhe gleaned from the look pn his mas tars suntanned countenance- A large and powerful dog was Roger more like a wolf than a dollie in his bigboned shaggy way butwith all a collies tenderness of expression in his eyes especially now as he watched r sideIThe day had been hot and all those mountain distances as dry as flour Old Ben was more than merely fagged The bone the sinew the timber of his physical and mental being were ready for collapse such exile as ttte man ano dog had known is a leveling thing Under its influence Ben had become something less than a man while the dog con versely had become something more than a brute Partners thty had been rs today at last they were lequals When they came to the edge of the Devils Ladder something automatic stirred the man to a species of alert ness He drew his hand across his dusty brow but his mindwas stilP reversed He saw his dqg lope pa tiently forward to turn the isheep from the treacherous brink but It seemed I like some hideous blunder IIiScreaming oUt in his ration the man ran heaViiy ahead dogsIefforts for the very first time tsince their partnership But being the saner for the momerit the do- gfpressedhisstratagem with all his splen won the situa tion He passed the sheep jby the cliff In safetyall save three that were laggard These weary truants Old l Ben so alarmed as he came aggressive ly toward them that they squatted where they were in stupid indecision Roger attempted to hasten them for- Ward In its fear the first one abrupt 1 1y leaped outward sheer over the ter Ladder its mates followed blindly and shot far down so far that the thud they made at last could never 4 wherelIr Thj rage of madness that suddenly upon the herder was a Dreadful ithing tp see I J YR3Uo9U he cried in the broken condition of his mind You fool of a dog and raising his StiC he struck hIs partner twice across the back 1and leg with all the siren gth of his frenzy Something terrible happened deep In the nature of the the animal come to be more than Just a dog Amazed for a moment appar ently incapable of crediting his senses tendereyed old fellow looked up 1the his partner with a long beseecV question in his dumb expression then such a sickness broke in on his heart that he sank td the earth with a singular note of despair Ee had never been k he had dIIwhat he had suttere 1lng t he had shared and abiding at his with trust and immeas calmrmore than merely friends and com panions since a time behind which a dogs brief memory could nbt explore There waS nothing thkre could never be anythingto tell what Roger underwent iii the something within him which if less than a 50was cer tainly more than a heart JHe lay OH the earth at Bens dusty feet and Iknew not what was occurring while his Jieart swelled more thin a heart sutterlyIDazed unstrung ina griping way Old Ben hastened forward again with the sheep He passed his hind across his forehead as before buttlstill with 0 out avail His brain refusel to clear At length as he instinctively to the oldtime camp on t e hill he wondered at what he bar done while Ie gazed about him vaguely for his dog For the very first time he had come to the end of a the comrade of his joys andsdrJowsat his side The sun like a redhot diskof metal seemed burning its Way edge downward into the solid substance of the hills The crickets began their sweet ly melancholy songs that sp accentu yrate unbroken silences Roger still remained away hereyesIinevitable penalty for havinjg come to s share an equality with man wasIIthe merest open c S ructed k i r 4 oH warping pHchbozIng litIloosely planks On a boulder outside Ben sat down and tossed away his dusty hat By habit he turned to speak to his dog For a moIment a granite slab half burie l in the sand took on a semblance of his partI neroA tenderness came stealing to his eyes Then the stone resolved itself into what it was and mocked his weary mind till something hurt deep down where tine natural sweetness of his nature abided He started The rest and the coolness of the evening were somewhat restoring the order inI his brain I Pard he said Roger But there was no response t Tired as he was the man arose and retracing his steps climbed the dusty trail of rocks and sand far over to the lonely place where Roger had been ieft r rThe dog was mo longer there By the fading twilight the herder found the print in the dust where his dog had lain but Roger trail led up the hill and deviously over sandy slopes in the general direction o f the camp And seeing one of the footmarks pressed but lightly in the dust Old Ben was aware that the dog was lame thatrto get to the camp he was limping The man when he came to the shack once more found his partner there before him lying in a corner of the shelter his head toward the wall rand making no sign pf a greeting Taking his seat on the rounded rock as before the herder watched the big shaggy form and knew his companion was far from being asleep More poignantly lonely than ever before so lonely Indeed that the isolation seemed to be gripping his very soul as if to make it shriek for mercy Old Ben at last prepared his supper All ready Roger he said when the task was finished but Roger lay unmoving thecorner Come on boy come he coaxed sincerely Roger Im sorry fer what I done The heat must have went to my head Come onIm sore and sorry After a moment of waiting in vain he added Pardner cant you ease upjesta little and be friends Come on Wand eata little supper Cant you r comecant eat Well I aint very hungry myself 5 He waS he was starving but his hunger was for something far more jriui than food He went into the shack and kneeling on the floor he placed hishand on Rogers shaggy coat UOh God Almighty he aid It was both a prayer and a cry of his anguish In one The night wenf ly In its solemn majesty and when the dawn was bring- Ing to the shepherd all the haunting dreameof one so wrung the sheep far away on the hi side sounded some note of alarm that traveled fully a mile before it cafe to the ears of Roger in the s There is nothing so quick as the ear oa m6thei S rung to vibrate in stantly at any tir y sound her babe may utter there is nothing save such a mother with a keener sense than a shephetjddpg s when the fold is Lame and sttl as he was and weak from lack of nourilhment the shaggy old Roger arose from the floor and limped silently out of the shelter to answer the call of ijhe distant lambs He halted jut utsi leand looked iil doggish yearning fora moment at the diinlj out ned figure of the man his A low involuntary whine escaped hi but hec9uld not utter a bark to wake his partner even now so deep was that feeling akin to shame still deadening his heart The something faithful to duty burning with undiminishediforce his being had responded however to the call for help that the sheep had heated and starting quietly away he presently began to run atf a he could hold for an hour and followed far across the silent slopes n the scented trail the flock had scored through the brush He came upon the army of stupefied dependent creatures huddled together aft id and helpless in the faee of a danger not yet actually present Instinct c upled with a sense of smell not yeti wholly atrophied within them had xjrarned the sheep of impending carnage in their midst Be yond this warning vouchsafed them by nature they were stricken with de fenselessness So long had domestic herds before them relied upon help of man that even the prompting to flee was gone from their softened Intelligence They stood all trembling for the slaughter s1nelllngas Roger smelled a jgaunt she bear that was Vapidly nearing their position Inhls swift wise way bringing them confidence inspiring blind obedience In all the band big Roger In- stantlY began his work of herding the thousand woolrbllsi toward the camp He darted hither and thither at the rear and sides of the flock that was already on the move at his bark of command The bear by now was hurtling down upon the straggling rear of the column Then it was that Roger changed hi course arid bounded up the slope directly In the path of the oncoming marauder and gave her battle He was fearless the big splendid fellow but he offered no match to the enmightygage her here was the most he could d and In this he knew too much to close for deadly combat The bear was enraged beYOn conception She roared in mightydlust for bloqd or fight she in amazing awkward activity acting at the wily dos with clawprariped paws endowed with skill and strength extraordinary To bite herg goad pier keep her here wear down her strength and increase the blindness of her fury seemed to be the scheme olj war that Roger invented Yet the brave big JJr fellow was scarcely eq lal to the task He was weak from lack of nourish ment he was lame from the weight of the blow Old Ben had truck him that day with his stick Th6 bear on the contrary seemed to fri tireless She developed a new diabo ical alacrity of movement she increased her madness- of rage She seemed to comprehend there would be nosh ep for hungering jaws while the dog emained alive She watched him can Ingly craftily from her small malicious eyes and turning on him vIciouSly with every knack of mountain warfare only WaitbL for a phance to strike him once ami thmi be on for the ripping with h tr claws She was swaying abo i p him actively when a wild shout I erced the air d a second foe of t s e beast rilng with r gleaming b w lau lied upo her back It was Ben He had waked at the darn creeping to the corner of his sb touch his dog had nearly been crt to find him gone Then the cry of sheep and the faroff barking L come to his ears and across the hil he had hastened more to find his par ner than to guard the senseless fleck And nowhow wildly he was fight ingHe let out yell after yell as he stabbed with the keen long knife he leaped to the fray like a fury in his stress of mind The bear arose and all three were entangled in the hot ncouI1ter that ensued Roger fired anew with splendid strength His friend had come his friend and pard and he knew Old Ben was fighting not lby way of recompense but solely from his hearts spontaneous affection fierce fas a mothers for her child Boy cried the man in a frenzy as he fought Rogermy pard And Rogers tail was wagging though the turmoil grew in heat It was man and dog together once again And when a man and dog are pards =its botfcvbf them die or none The she bear tore the shepherds arm and scored his breast she struck him a staggering blow and still he cried My pard She flung and ort battered Roger weakly from her haunch Beholding this Old Ben was swiftly on her once again outrageously angeed And slashing and stabbing like a demon he drove his reek- Ing steel clean up to the hilt in her heart The great she creature hugged him convulsively against her mighty chest She held him there despite his utmost struggles but the strength to rend to cuff to bite was drained from her gory body Her eyes were glazing visibly she shook her massive head from side to side A huge sigh broke from her lungs and then she sank to the earth armsindher terrible embrace Before he could rise Old Ben saw his dog limping affectionately to his side Boywere friends and pards again cried the lonely man and throwing his arms about the shaggy Rogers neck he knelt upon the sand with the big head held in fondness to his breast Depreciation of Nobility- In general it is curious to observe how wealth which once constituted the great attribute and distinction Of monarchs setting them apart from the rest of the world has now become the means which reduces them to a democratic level To be rich as a king was once a time the parallel to being as beautiful as an angel anas happy as a god And because to the ordinary person it was given to attain none of these three superlative states kings angels and gods stood quite apart from the bulk of mankind But whereas the angels still retain their traditional primacy and the felicity of the gods is still a common figure of speech with our minor poets the wealth of kings has come to be dwarfed by that of many of their subjects Not only that but kings have been re diit ed to pursue largely the same me hods for acquiring rlcbes that their sutjects make use of Hence It Is tha while one anonarch remains the kin j even when he appears in tweeds at cafe chantant and the Prince of Wales is still royalty when he travels inc gnlto through Paris they both be cone quite like our elves when we hear of one selling hid yacht to reduce expanses or the other being caught in i tight squeeze in the stock market Cost of Running Big Liners Some very interesting figures con cer ing the great Atlantic liners are glv n in Engineering Twenty years ago when first vessels of 20 knots weie Introduced on the Atlantic it is said that the cost for each voyage was 14000 to 55O00 ten years agoTwhen 22 to 23knot ships were put on the service this was increased to bout 95000 and notwof iiis 24cal cut ted that the knelt Mauritania or Lusitania trip can of be short of 150000 As to the tottl population of Atlantic liners the larger figures apply to the emigrant ships from the Mediterranean For 190 the average is 1089 whereas in the previous year it was 1056 The maximum average per ship for any one line this year is 1998the meat of the Whiterstar Mediterranean llnbrs Resigns to Nurse Child Miss Julia Bronis head nurse of the Orange N J public school jsys tern has given up her work Inthe public schools to nurse a child living with a Treraent avenue family who Is sick with scarlet fever Miss Bronis has done this because she selieves that she carried the fever ger s into the home Miss Bronis board in the house e r iit + t A TENDAYS t + + costsaiejl 43i 1 Commencing next Saturday Junk 27 I will offer every article in my store except grocer fi iesAT COST FOR CASH for teh days This Sale Will Positively Give the People a Chance to Buy Goods 1 1 at A tual Wholesale Prices i buywprices In this section before t J ht Io this space I havent room to quote prices except upon a few articles n there are some orices that ought to convince you that I mean business + iI ttt+ All Calicoes 5c 5cwnlng Y Quilt Rattingy7c4 V+ 7cFulltTtFull line of Ladies Shoes 125 to 175 W line of Chlldrens Shoes 40c to 1 5c 75c 4hft0L I 35c Pads h fit BOYS SUITS I 100 to124J tLine of ReadyjVlixed Paints at Stock of Hardware Queensware Tinware at v The prices that are quoted on my of will the goods sell rapidly and you are earnestly requested to call and inspect the it has picked oyer + 1 This Sale Is For Cash Dont Ask For Credit at These Prices 4 2OSCAR A ttSTEVENS IIfurrcdrpests are made short of with a reliable STEVENS l CFor Sport or STEVENS RIFLES SHOTGUNSPISTOLSare HIGH IN QUALITY LOW IN PRICE f If you cannot obtain from your Dealer we ship direct upreu- pepaldupon receipt of CatA on ordering Send 5 cents In stamps for and Descriptive Catalog Replete with- sTEVENB and general firearm Information J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO P 0 Box 4098 Chicopee Falls Mass r 50SECOND HAND1o SEWING MACHINES fOR SAL All Makes Good as New GOOD RANGING IN FROM 250 to 15 All GUARANTEE to do GOOD Now is your chance to get a good Machine for little money Cali on J F BISHOP At Boblit Bishops LiveryLStable- SPRINGFIELD KY WMens e 1I to Boys and Overalls 20cto40c Ladies Hose + 6icto 15cfMens Socks I 6ic tHorse Collars Work Bridles SOctoSOc to 50c Collar 24c tfr Cost and Cost stock goods make stock before been unerring Service V STEVINS- when ONES PRICES WORK Overalls Youths Hames a eel e el ee1e Ielel I GO TO GRIFFIN H SPRINGSThe 1 The Springs are located rr 12 miles South of Camp bellsville on the Columbia pike Terms Reasonable tR L FAULKNER Prop C DOHONEY Mng 34Rofne Ky J IlleeleI NOTICEJCHICKEN RAISERS i t R 41144 cures Cholera Gapes Roup Canker and Limberneck Price 50c No cure Np pay Guaranteed by HAYDON ne Druggist Cures Gapes Instantly Bardstown K 1 May 4 1908 Une drop of R 4VLl4Ji dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken instanty When fed in feed or water it is the best preventive I have ever known WILL COOMES CLUBBING RATES Will- LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun sand The Louisville Times one year 500 The Sun and the Daily C urier 40rSameThe Bun and tiie Courier Joutnal any three days in the eekA 3 7tt The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three 1D the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Courier oumal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4 iO + t WHEN YOU WANT TO KEEP COOL c= G- aT0Aliens Ice Cream Parlor I j and Confectionery You will always find at Aliens the best Ice Cream Refreshing Soft Drinks and the best Candies and Fruits the market affords irJ LeonAllenProprietor T I t r THE SPRINGFIELD i SUN WEDNESDAY JULY i 1908 L Jft 3 I 1 iPlRINGFlELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR f In Advance 1 t J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield KyJ for transmission through the inails as secondclass matter 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1 On6Yesr i J1oo Sir Months j 50 Three Months 23 13P iri writing to have your address clmuged the postoffice to which your paper- S gofngjasTvell as the postoffice to you rntJc DEMOCRATIC L TICKET i r Fort CONGRESS s iHON BEN JOHNSON 1 OF NELSON COUNTY ANNOUNCE ENTSr v FOR SHERIFF v We de authorized to announce A C Eirnballj as a candidate for the npmiria n o Sheriff ot Washington county subject to the action of the DemocratiV r party Deputies Richard Boblitt Sam D Campbell Will Merritt SanderXang Hubert VirginFOR SHERIFF We ate authorized to announce S J Washington5county ByronS1 Powell Sam Hale and H R Eddleman BILLED BY A MULE Wesley Sutherland a Boyle county farmer and stockman met a horrible death Saturday He was riding a har ness mule on his farm when the animkr took fright Sutherland was thrown backward his feet becoming entangled in the harness and hew dragged arid j kicked around a hundred acre field Hjis head was crushed and his body man gled He was dead before the was s opped mUlet IirrM H TEMPTED BY SAUSAGE J Harrods urg Herald Work House fi keeper Davenport caught eight en la s Sin one trip at the engine hdusePriday night He believes that he would have WQuIpfr week previous to the catch he had bait t ed the trap with the most tempting viand such as cheese JLeefsteak ci but narryl rat did he copral The rq dents would to the trap in droves j mell of litand then scamper away as if scentin Fthe danger On the flight baitelltrats seeired to have run over each tHj other going to their death MUSTHlNd Il The Court of Appeals has upheld th judgment of the Fayette Circuit Court which found Robert Hocker colored gSilty of the murder ot Newton Veal and impoed the death sentence Ir will be remembered that after the ing Hock r became a fugitive from justice dncl was thought to be hi dint iin a cave near Burgin and the from this place went out to make a latfthcounty T 4LONGRUN t1icut5 1 dclQclc on the evening of th 25th frl JLW Pope and Mr Sarah A Elliott widow of the late Richar Elliott were married in the presence bf bout150 person at the home of th stodJupontheof the largd crowd that had gathered1 under the shade trees Rev R L Pur4 4dom in a y ry beautiful and impressive i ceremony tied the nuptial knot The bridegroom is seventyeight years old and the bride is seventyseven A little romance is connected with this wedding which served to make the occasion thd more interesting and il lustrates mia practicable way the theory that true love never dies When Mr Pope was a handsome youth- of seventeen and the bride a beautiful girlof sixteen an engagement was made between them but before Mr Pope could get the matrimonial boat fully launched his fiance eloped with Mr Sam Burns a dashing young man- of the compiunity and the would be bridegroom was left to mourn his fate but true loye often lies dormant rind- only awaits ijhe proper environments to call it forth So after sixtyone years these smoldering embers ot never dy DR love were fanned into flame and it seemed but f the proper thing for this couple to renew the love of their youth 1 which was done wpth the bove result Both are well connected an have rany relatives and friends who vish them years of peace and happiness So we too extend our congratulations On last Sunday evening Mr Robert Isnam of near Jensontoi and Miss Mirtie Harmon a popular lady of Boyle county were married at the home of Rev R L Purdom of Texas who was the uniciatingmirjister rppointmentatwithdrawn but he will fill his appoint ments at Beech Grove Saturday and Sunday A On last Sunday morning one of our neighbors became uneasy when the darkness came on lejst a hower come o1an unfinished wheat stack but to his delight hefound it wa just an annual eclipse Wehopethe4e willnever come a time when The Sun will be darkened Our Bitter Brothers I The Courier Journal Mr Litsey is a young Kentuckian whose writings have from the first shown great promis Though he has been engaged in the banking business since his seventeenth year he has found time to write somA unusually good verse and some forceful prose This poem is on a subject that has re cently proved inspiring to more than oife Kentucky pen but it has not be foe beentreated from Mr Litsey s point of view The very shows a grasp of the ps of the titlenight riders actions poet traces their crimes back primal race when might was th only law And these our bitter brothers are cursed with a primalstrain t Back in the murky aeonlWhich cradled our primal race Back when cavemen hairy Fought with the beasts for place Back when life was nothing breedWasWhich makes Kentucky bled We are no outlaw people rIghtButWho secretly ride by night agesDead Time With fire and lash and built Their trinity of crime countryWeve Breckinridge Clay and Line In Webster and the rest Weve builded with our sisters To make Columbia first Weve sent brave men to battle A tyrants bonds to burst Still kre our mountain warriojrs the fued on borderFlamesCometh the thud ot hoofbeais The night issti1lwith dread A summons sharp from the darkness ASQn or father dead ItOurbread is made with ashed Our water mixed with gall fShame sits beside our hearthsjtbnes Our lb a sackcloth UujdnAreOurjhearts are dead drums throbbing Otfr foreheads touch the dust rhitlgGodFrom our mothers breast blot And these our bitter brother Are cursed with a primal st am As old as Hate and Passion As old as our parent Cain Edwin Carlile Litsevl Boom StartedIJ Hartford Herald Someof the Demo cratic newspapers of theState are al ready starting a boom for Congressman Ben Johnson for Governor next time That name injconnection with the offiee sounds might good It Cant Be Beat The best oflall teachcrs is experience C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina says I find Electric Bitters does all thats claimed for it For Stom ach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant be beat I have tried it and find it a most excellent medicine Mr Harden isVright its the best oft all medicines a1so for weakness lamf back and anI rundown conditions Bet too for chilis and malaria Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50e JIIUjJ Il lliIifi f t Mi11inecyOUR iJI i1am noy offering my en tire Stokof Millinery below cost Indeed von can buy any hat in tHe house at yyourbvii price A Licit of Skirtiat Greatly Reduced 1I Prices MRS WILLIAMS IlIlIrmunmllmIlIlJUl111 ulI11UmllIllIIKJHIIIIIII l iS I 8 SSi rel1 t A BIG t T CELEBRATION 111SJtlrday Next t FIRST GUN I Of 1he Greatest Sale of SPRING and goods Ever Held In Central Kentucky 1 40000 breaker miss cure some biggest offered people Washington and adjoining counties Our stocks were never larger better sorted this season yeart J I t Corsets Belts Fans Sheetings Table Linens Napkins Towels Shirtings Tick I ings Ladies Readytowear rmcntsSuits Skirts Jackets Silk arid Satine Pet ttfcpats Muslin fCimonas Silk shirtWaists Lingerie shirt Waists Mensand Boys Clothing Carpets and Rugs kinds Wall Paper Mattings Lace Cur 1 t talusIl doy Shades Curtain Poles IIEXTRADress wool Voile 40 in wide Cop nha Blue andGp ynlue sale 25c IAll assorted Novelty Suitings36 wide nice for ladios girls suits value sale price29ct One pc black all wool Voile 42 in 6 100 value 7 65- clOne pp black all wool Venitian 50c 2oc pc wide black Taffeta Silk valuei 75c wide black Taifeta Silk 1 25 yaiud n9ScOne pc all wool Cream Albatross 36 39cIWash Goods Department 7CtBeautiful Imported 50c G- inghams35ct Novelty Ginghams 25c value for15- cI wide Percale valuelcyide Percale 1c valuelOc ladies Suit Department All Dress Skirts 25 per cent Ladies Spring Jackets at cost Silk and Sntine Petticoats at cost Muslin Underwear Kmionas Wrap peril and Ladies Waists at t Mens and Boys Pants it bat gain prices nnu 4thi rgardlessIt will be a record Dont this chance to se the ever the or as at of the DepartmentsPo of all Etc t 75c per lot and yd Yd Jfd off cost odd of to of Specialsfor Saturday the 4th oP riaJ Bleach Cotton Hope Cotton tJ p L We Quote Some Prices Each- Departmenti To Give You An Idea of the- Wonderful Bargains You Can Get Durin- gLThis Sale IThaveaktotSwt Ione o 10 a to 15 AVe will vthem at the 250 Suit tsei1ot size is in thelot and goat jyourI t One lot of Mens and Bys Hats at half price t JULyl BIG STORE j Clearance SUMMER I bargains Underwear IPraperies Underwear Wrappers From S CALICO 4c1I Same Count as Hope f r a G I2c 10Sf II 11noneILinen Department GO inch white Table Damask 64 inch white Table Damask for35cI72 inch white Table Damask White Napkins 85c value sale doz54cFine t 2251Hemmed Granite Carpets per tmentISultana Union Carpets per yd Wool Filled carpet per yd40c perdSOcMattingsMattings regular 20c and 25C grades v r 15c Abittings regular 40cgrade25c9- x12 Brussels Rugs 1350 grade1000 9x12 Brussels Rugs 1650 grade 1200 9x12 Velvet Rugs 2250 grade 1500 Hearth Rugsat cut prices t Clothing Department AH 12500 2250 and 2000 Suits ex cept blacks and blues1500All- lSOO and and 15O0 Suits 1200 All 1250 and 1000 Suits 750 stylesVe Ifj Sixty pairs Mens Satin Cilfand Kid Shoes in good style toes and comfortable last worth 2 to 250 goin t this sale at 139 Twenty four pairs Mens Buckle Plow Shoes at 141 Twentysix pairs Mens Kid Oxfords worth 175 to S250 go in this sale at 121 Eighteen pairs Mens Patent Kid Oxfords worth 2 to 250 now 9 go at 149 Sixty pairs Ladies Vici and Patent Oxfords in good style an4 toe uptodate lasts will sell at cost Women and Childrens White Canvass Oxfords at half price A few pairs of Little Gents Shoes sizes T 13 to 2 worth 150 we will sell at 99c Sixteen pairs Boys Shoes sizes 2 to 5 worth 2 cro at 149 I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE INCORPORATED COIi +I44 eII 11 IItl IOIL f I MACKVILLEM Dr Johnson of Louisville was here last week Mr Joe Wycoff and Mr 0 0 Cloyd were in Springfield Friday Mr 6 W Camden was in Springfield Monday Mr Edd Sallee of Harrodsburgjj was here Sunday Mr B D Lake of Springfield agT in town Thursday Quite a number from this place attended the childrens exercises at the Willisburg Christian church Sunday evening Miss Lucile Brown who has been vis iting her grandmother Mrs Eliza Brown fprthe past month returned to her home at Seymour Ind Thursday aspentIsham Mr W J Matherly and mother were in Perry ville Thursday Mrs Nannie McMillan of Spring field is visiting friends and relatives here this weekSMrs James Isham and daughter Miss Margie were in Harrodsburg Monday Messrs Harvey Sweeney and Joe Wycoff were in CardwelLMonday on business Dr J B RoBards of Harrodsburg was in town Wednesday Messrs Elmer Hume and W J Matherly are in Georgetown ths week attending the State convention of the Baptist Young Peoples Union Mr Sam Derr of Harrod burg vis ited friends here last week Miss Ora Yancey returned Sunday after a weeks visit to friends in Har rodsburg Mr Hipper cashier of the Cornish ville barik was in town Saturday eve fling 9fHMiss Rose Shewmaker and Pete Van arsdale of Cornishville were here Sat urday and Sunday Misses Minerva Kaybourn and Mag gie May Wycoff after aseveraldays visit with relatives in Louisville returned Wednesday S Miss Ethel Turner of IndianapOlis Ind is visiting herfparents Mr and Mrs Hartford Turner She was ac companied home by her cousin Miss Flemings J k Mrs Hart Ethrington of Wilhsburgr spent Monday at the home of Mr G H Hickerson Mr and Mrs J D Sweeney were in Harrodsblirg Thursdays Mrand Mrs R K Isham were in Springfield Saturday afternoon Rev Cole and wife were in Harrods burg Thursday Mrs Dick Baker artd daughter Mrs Crow were in town Monday Mr Goodin of Lexington ndJrJoe Claybrooke of Springfield were in twji Sunday afternoon iif Mr J B Lester of Perjryville win s town Saturday Mr Durwood Shewmaker and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs WilL Nalfy of near Springfield Mrs George Warren and daughter Miss Addie of Perry ville visited relatives here Sunday Mr Wm Lear spent several days last week with his son Air George Learof4pringfieldS V Mr H E Case and family yisited relatives at Maud the latter part of last week Mr Ji GHoweUand MrsV Josie Mayes were in Springfiald Tuesd Mr Moreland Derr of Wilfisburg was here Saturday rf Miss Una Arnold has returnecj tp her home at Maud after a two weeks visit to relatives Here The ladies of the Christiap church will give an ide creams at the High School building on Saturday even lug July4IThe entertairiment gjvenattfJ JPres by tenah church on venJing was well atteicledthe aumea1 ized being about 28 f Just Exactly Right 1 have used Dr Kings New Ljife Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A NewLifEtPillsconstipationbiliousness don Robertsons drug store 1J11II DmUlLII11imJgllJdIiIIImIII LARUE COUNTY FARM FOR SALE Farm contains 110 acres 2J miles east of Hodgenyille on Nolin creek which waters it well 30 acres of stiong bottom land 20 acres of timber 70 acres in grass good water for man and beast good improvements fine orcHard This farm is in a splendid neighbor hood and produces well It must be sold by the 15th day of5 tiJmylandcash and the remainder in negotiable notes at easy times iApply to S C CESSNA or C C HOWARD Hodgenville Ky If nmIIt mKn tllPmXUIiUni I f st I r 1 THJ SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY i I90S jIIf- tA A A A COOOCOCGO OooCOOCOOOOOooo Fire is StrikeAreIf not see us We represent the SHAWNEE FIRE INSURANCE CO one of the best companies in the world A LETTER Ge tlemenl insured my tobacco barn on Bay 19 1908 with Dr lightningWe make a specialty of TOBACCO BARNS and TOBACCO We gi e short rates on Tobacco DR SMOCK Be J W BUSH OOO HCSOOOOOOOOCX5OOOO6OGOC OOOCQ coooocooooc rilG 11 4 If n RESIDENT DENTIST ITeeth Extracted With t rout Pant CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly FirstfK 1Offico Springfield Ky on Block up stairs Local News Notes GL Brady Rt 3 has for sale from 500 to 800 bushels of corn Will sell inl any ambprit from half bushel up f Insure m the Farmers Home Insur ance Company the only company that f pays its losses in full J N Wells General M tjf Junction City Ky FOR SJEA field of sixty acres o f onlthecuttind balkC L BRADY f The ladies of the Maqkville Christian church wUl give a court day dinrier i Springfield county court day iwOcto vber Rev A p Pinkston clpses his meet ing at the Valley Hill school house this evening of er two weeks successful preaching having succeeded in convert ing several persons during the meeting f He is yet working on the building of the Union church at that place Those who took the teachers examination wh ch was held here recently 01Durhamof Pleasant Groye Mrs Willis McKee of Bloomfi ld Miss Margie Bonta of Mt Zionji Miss Sthel Rogers of 1 ThompsonVjille and Sam Wells of stoodttbecelvedcertjificates to teach in the common schoo of the county lsTQn last Saturday a horse be l longing to Manuel Moraja disappears ifrom Springfield The horse has re turned but the bridle and saddle are missing information will be appre ciated IJ1ANU L MARAJA On nex1Sunday morning Rev Will Jcillia wiii uicetuii ma fourth anniversary sermonhe topic will be Moye For ward E very menlber of the church l is purged to be present At night the topicjvill le Pauls Victory Ifyy tima for Car Yi gtrn mail be tween SPFingfield and Willisburg ex 1t pires July 1 but I will run wagon to Willisburg Wednesday and Saturday nf eachw efWill carry freight and passengers s desiring to go to Tatham Springs will do Well to see m TelephpnelOL RRiLEY Springfield Ky 1 The First National Bank has just closed a most successful six months business ts earnings were over 7500 utqf which it paid its usual 5 per cent diyiclend and all taxes for the findxi profi ts Marion County 1 Lebanon JSnterprise Mr Patrick E Sullivan diedat his home on the Camp bellsville Pike three miles South Lebanon Monday evening June pneumoni1Funeral nesday morning at St Augustine i church after which his remains were interred in St Augustines cemetery j j Fire the origin of whichis Unknown destroyed two barns adjoiningtone another ip the not part t wnl about 8 oclock yesterday morning One of the barns was on the propertybe longing to John Renner and the other belonging to Lee Adams This latter barn was being used by Eugene Lynch The loss including some feed that was consumed will probably re ch350 At John M jHockers sale of person alty Tuesday there was a fair crowd Snwere as follows One horse 100 one horse 145 cow and calf X54 h Ifer 25 10 head of sheep lambs incited 11 each buggy X50 mowing macyine 38 Farmning and household fiurniture stimableIvhich State they expect to make their future home in a few days r John Raney sold a bayjnare to Mr Ed Moore of Lebanon and bought one of Oscar Bottom last week Reduction in Meat Until further notice I will sell steak at 1214c and 15C and roasts at 8c and fOe L7T BROWN NOTICE I will now sell steak ntj 12c and loc and roasts at SQ and lOco Miss DELLA CARPENTER The Best Bargain in r a iBg matter that your ney can buy is your local paIper Itk posted on dOinThiOP er will tell y m the thingsyu want to knowinanentertaining way will giV yoti all the news of tare community its erery visitWI prove a pleasure it gives mortIUlan full v uefor the price asked for JTA4The Docs Dr Kings New Disco very is the emedy that does the hea hirg others ePromise but fail to perform says Mrs E RPierson of AUbu n Centre tuntrouble V treatments relieved oJ t rT riesomuchjjijooduse for a reasonable length of time will restore pie to perfect health This re andtJon Robertsons drug stor 50c and 100 Trial bottle free u j MtM + ittH r41 ii t+ I 500 PAIRS UF i a f JOB LOTSHOES + j fit r t t For Ladies Vr and hi derfihc1 Men arid Boys at ipriceTtobe made alter you cc me to the tpril t 4t indeed aim cist at your ovenrice w t JIii1 T willlbe Sold fComeJ t o k S MCAMPBELL et Corner Store fir t rr + l + TTh Lei bratc 1 00th Anniversary iTo Mrs Elizabeth Hubbard Mournin SpringfieldS the lOOt anniversary of her birth i Louisville Tuesday July 7 and has issued it vitations to her friends to be present at her home on that day Quite a numb r of invitations have been re t ceived by people at this place The in t vitation is as follow J 1808 190f fTheThelast bf life for which the first wii s made Our times are in his hand Who saith =A whole I planned Youth shows but half trust God seLall nor be afraid ofbits Elizabeth Hubbard Mourning uLouisville tZThe Chautauqua J i The program of the Proctd Knot nnuillIthe most complete yet prepared by the As ociation A number ofnew features addedthee graunds have been extensively im pro ed and an auditorium with a seat ing capacity of 1500 has been built In deel the management of the Associa ttohis to be congratulated Fr day July 24 will be Washington- Couity Day The feature of thq day will be an address at 230 pm byI ioChamp Clark the noted Missouri t Statesman a part of whose lite was spent in this county His subject wirll be Picturesque Public Men J Tlje people of Washington coup should ttAssociation every encouragement It is an enterprise that not only Mario ii counjby should encourage and strive toibuild up but one that should be give i substantial assistance from each of th surrounding counties Notice to Taxpayers The school tax for the year 1908 is noY due and you are hereby notifie that after the 15th pf August a penalt ftif five per cent will be added to all im paid tai My office over the Peoples Batik will be open all during the da for the collection of these taxes G jC WHARTON Treasurerl 4 + The Cash System 4 From Julyl will conduct a strictly cash business We are forced to adopt this method because of the very high pdefor us to pay cash for this feed Con sequently emu have clash WHAUTON TAP Liverymen c Hotel Proprietors Fight 11Lebpociirredpassenger trainatom Louisville arrived between J D Bobbitt and Virgil Bob bitt and John JIrdestyTr and Fla Hardest y proprietors of the Hoteland Htir esty HoteJ respective Iylt sjaerns that the trouble aroaej 11Itil the Hardest boys made it so inter estini for the Bobbitts that Bob bitt secured a revolver and r bilshooting at the Hardesty boys The clinched with the manwith the gun but two shots took effect one in John llardestys hand iind onctpI1is arms The wounds ale painful but ftot serious wountls Virgil BpBbitt was painfullv bruised about the face All were a rested liiit gave bond c JamesHoward if MrS Olhs Howard and Miss Anna Iitnesof Nelson county coins in town this forenoon and procured license at the cTdrks office after which th wore united in the holy bonds ot mat Ilimooyby Rev R7 E C Uawson at Main street Reduction Sale f The RobcrtsonGlaybropke Co have an advestisement in this issue of Ti E tUQhargainjoining counties They are quoting some astonishingly low prices for July and announce that a reduction ha been made on each article in the house Read the advertisement Notice Notice All persons indebted to the estate of JM Burtor deceased please call at the Peoples Deposit Bank and set their accounts It is necessary for the estate to be settled immediately Also all persons holding claims against said properIY1proven t QQOOQo qOOQonoi Notesg t AnWeeks e Q Personal News rt 0cJ1Q PQQdQ 4fOQOOO J Mrs Ji Gi Campbell of Jensonton is yisiting her daughter Mrs J Li Boswell of this place Misses Mary Bell and Louise Mont gomery are spending the ummer in hecountrwith their brothers Messrs Frank and J R Montgomery ti Mrs Mary Wejsen and children o 0Ul iiIe are visitingher silter Mrs tW E Leachman Miss Julia Cooper has returned to r home in Lebanon after a visit tot RHss Elizabeth Leachman i Miss Jennie Redding of Lebanon spent Saturday with Miss Sallie Me Elroy Ills Li H Thurm an and children HsD Rodman of ShclBy ville Mr Gc Wharton was in Boyle and Nelson counties last week on busi ness f Mrs J R Durrett and daughter Miss Elise will leave Thursday for a visit to relatives in Blooinfield nMessrs John Shuck McElroy Jr and Jack McChord are at home from Center College1 to spend vacation Mrs J M Bevil of Cleveland 01 FIBooker MisseLaura Baker Mr J J McCabe returned to Louisville Tuesday after spending a few days at home j L9UisVillelthelatt is visiting at the home of Mr W T McElroy Mrs Edwin Carlile Litsey and daughter Miss Sarah Selecman Litsey of Lebanon are visiting her ParentuI Mrand Mrs W E Selecman Mr Litsey spent Sunday here Misses Wood Pash and Lawson of Bardstown visited Vh town Tuesday Mr I Ray Goodin of Lebanon was in town Tuesday rfMrs Byron Grpake returned home Tuesday after ary extended visit to herii t Ilhvisiting her sister Mrs Toni Har sty this week V Miss Laura Lay of Crnishville vfeited her afoot Mrs Amanda Foster Cr om Friday till Sunday Messrs W A Clements and C W Stallings returned Tuesday evening from a business trip to Louis nlleY Air Wallace Duncan wh is spendI bg vacation at home has sition at thji depot Mr andMrsW j Mo an visited J friends near Valley Hill todr y SattIIhire tndH11tG1after a few days visit in Chicago IrMr Henry Visflhartof BsarV Ky iind Miss Ida Case of hisrce last week with illissasetsaar onts at Botlami r lv armilire n V in owna MjssJGn1112Mr and Mrs Elf1StllfrtobQf Greenville Miss and relatives hererMiss Maricota Pealve of Lotusvi Mo eoVirgiliiiitr 7Misses Kate i I ayQS and Lu y Brown visited MiSs Lizzie Leachmanat Ploasant Grove tliu first of the week Miss Lydia McElroy of Oklahoma will arrive the last of the week to visit her patents Mr wild Mrs AV H Mc Elroy Truss Annie Maves is visiting her sister Mrs J R Mahon ot Lebanon Miss Alice 1 cEhoy is the guest of Mrs Everett Buster ilarrodsburg Miss Evelyn Royalty visited Miss Nannie Shehan of Maud last week Mrs J B Hill and children of LebanonspentThursdaywith Mr and AV T Leachman tietation has returned to Tennessee after spending several days at the home of Mr W H Leachman Miss Ella Adams who has been confined in an infirmary in Louisville where she recently underwent an ope frationhas returnedhqme and while L t r 1I I Special Prices ATICUNNINGHAM DUNCANSFOR One Week The prices quoted below bawill interest the people of Springfield and Washington county Come ip befor this time next weekandtg t some of the bargains rt I jIIopeCottOll 7 C 5CI pcI All Silk Mulls Wash at reduced prices 1 I ik Copyright 1907 byaf Schaffner cff MarxH V SVV JvWeaie on rmg entire stock of t sj9yis and ChildensClotligat greatly redu i f 7eCall and see us We save you njiojaey anv r thing you need in the Dry Goods v i Wall Paper lea Rolla- ndI up Ingrain Carpfts35cui 1 fi CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN i she tIn entirely recovered her friend and famljly believe that she wilt soon well Mr T J Graves who has been citYwithconfnedstomach trouble for two weeks and chose condition vas considered serious for a few days is much better and will soon be out Vr Col RE Vhattneyho has been hissettoahome at Texas is sQme better at pres ent and his friends and family are hopeful that he may soon be out again The Colonel is popular with all in ashington county and classesJi quiries are made concerning his lion j sii5fey Pmkstbn of Mt Zion visited p inlttield TuesdtlyI Mrs Arvin Nbe of Columbus 0 is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S C Vanarsdale of Litsey this week Robert Noe is in Louisville where he took his little son to have an operation performed today Among those who attended the base at Bardstown today between the Bardstown team and Indians were Dr Spaiild ing Messrs Parker Medley Bart bar Walter Foley Gwin Marks Medley and Walter Leachman HuntsvilleIW D Claybrobke IlJrs Jno L Offutt and daughter of Bloomfield are visiting Mrs Offutts parents Mr and MrsJ J R Claybrooke neartown Miss Florence Ragsdale who has been visiting at the home of Jnp L j r lCheck Ginghams 94 Biown Sheeting r 104 Brown Sheeting Lawns and Goods I Hart our edPrres will on line and Mr balj game Nebraska John Ollie Offutt of Bloomfield has returned home r Miss Nettie Hansbrough of pbdg enville is visiting her sister Mrs Rogers GOKJ r I mpaniedMrs F M CarfJ hteratPrryvil e Several from town attended the VillicburgSundav Il1iss Margie Bonta has returned to her home atMt Zion after spending seyeral weeks as the guest of her sis te r Mrs S H Bishop of this p1J1e i1rand Mrs C P Goatleyi of Valley Hill visited friends in town Sat urday iC T Q Zeal spent Sunday itiLeb nttonas tin gilest of friends We arejnformed that win Robertson will return to his hpme heresoon He recently went to Tucumcari New Mexico where he was engaged on a ball team Hpwevrer there is nq place like Kentucky for him j The many friends of MrW iT Leachman are glad to see himiout again s 7 jff Mrs 1L Mudd ofLpulaYille is visiting at tbe h 9tIleQ heiimbQierv Mrs Snaunty t I Mr HughLee Smith who recentFy left for a prospecting trip to New Mex ico will arrive this week I The SUN ONE IOLLAR A YEAR it l i f6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JULY j i 1908 N L Mf rgRppKFARM I Irli tr Dls fect the incubator after each hatCht Breed the sows this month for September pigs Too heavy feeding of the sows may lead to the sickness of her pigsf Shoulder or back sores on a horse lore 4 reproach to the owner of the animal v Novr is the time to plan for succulent food for the time when the pas turage will become poor Many a weedy field is the productthe of the farmers Indifference yalue of cleaned and pure seed A little care is all that is necessary to keep the collar and harness from cHafing the horse and developing sores Provide a breeding plot where you can grow your corn under special ob- jjervatlon and provide improved seed for use next year Proper orchard cultivation can only be determined by understanding char- actep of the soil sldpe of the land Age of the trees and the varieties Loopout for bloat In the sheep when turning out to pasture Break them In slowly Turn them on the grass after giving the customary feed Dont let the warm weather catch you without having cleaned and whitewashed the poultry house It fir easier to keep the lice pests down lf you start early w fLook out for red rust in the blackberry patch When seed promptly dig up and burn the infected plant being careful not to scatter the fungus dust over healthy bushes t Dont yank and pull the horses around and shout at them This la the surest way of not getting them to do iphat you want done The horse li an Intelligent animal if you are not V A farmer of ready wit saved horse from bleeding to death from cut artery by binding upon the woun a mixture of equal parts of flour and salt He used about three pints of the mixture and left it on for several days until it worked off JorLearn to be patient Dont fret ove the weather God has Been sendin- the seasons around one after the othe for millions upon millionsjof years an He knows what He is about You cannot improve on the Divine program much as you think you could some times j V There Is only one way to keep 18rJout of milk and that is by wa of cleanliness The milker needs i be clean the cows need to be wipe toff the milking needs to be done through sterilized cheese cloth the milk removed from barn at once and cooled and then set where it will no be affected by dust or odors Here is a point to remember in caring for your stock next winter Some recent tests have shown the vale- of good quarters and plenty of bed ding for fattening animals It W3ff shown that when a steer is standing up he uses from 30 to 50 per cent imore food for making body heat than vhe does jen he is lying down Pro vide plenty of bedding and get the most growth r Now do consider the matter of sending your boy to your state agrl cultural college He ought to be a better farmer than you no matter how successful you have been and the way to maKe him so is to put him in a position where he can learn the lat eSt and most scientific agricultural i methods He can get the theoretical knowledge atschoql and you can keep him evenly balanced by supplying the practical knowledge Fight the weeds with the sprayer iPrpf H L Bolley of North Dakota hasihown by experiment that certain chea Jchemicals like copperas also RRdt can be used as a spray on the young weeds so as to kill or retard them effectively without injury to the growing crop The method is cheap enough to be employed in grain fields where other methods of control are difficult to apply The tests with th process have been extensive enoug to show that it is likely to become a permanent method gin the grain growing states The experiment s tag jettons score again and prove once more puSb fJ funds inJmaintaining hemjf l i Among pfher things plan a vigorous war on they weeds t Turn the wastes of the garden into ii profit by way of the pigs L Head the persistent fence breaker ward the tcTaiifhtof house I fr puthepod condition l 11To make dairying pay you must improvingA cultivated orchard offers less op propagater L Be sure and work your thinker as hard as you work your muscles Many a pull can be saved by a timelythiuk 3 lOne poultry raiser who claims to feeds4tithingqrumbs wet and dry aftertheyf r the new crop which before many weeks will be waiting for the mower jlf the little chicks show Jack of t riftor are inclined to mope afoout in a lifeless sort of way took for head tfce and treat with kerosene oil and ldrdj raluablefit has a manurial value which is said to be equal to 50 per cent of the cost 0 the meal As a rule the poultry keeper is re sponsible for the diseases which de goodferd chicksbesto yourprcomes for the early broilers l nervousseisitive Withthml1kSeethus robbing You took out for head lice on the little vitalityfromfrom Apply a little lard and kerosene to the heads of each one Be careful and not put on too much sJt will kill ht the chicks as well as the ap cherrty tre s so as to have enough to spare sOnefor the birds Remember that cherries are not the only things the j birds eat and that while they are feasting at Your expense they are protecting you from myriads of in secd enemies Surely the laborers is worthy of his hire vj t F shadyamany dis good for chickens in hpt weather notbavso that all of the lot will be shaded by them at any time ftheday Be sure especially to give the getggrowthd7 Oil land that is hilly and Inclined to wash fill up the washy places with cornstalks and rubbish of similar character Later this rubbish may be becomeY stalksdbecome apart of the soil They will not only furnish available plant foods ytdisintegrating action of air and son bactqria and thus liberating more plan foods from previously insoluble soil particles etIt jpays to prepare special furrows for the potato seed rather than to drop lIt in the plow furroWs Prof R Ai Emerson of Nebraska suggests that a good method is to throw up ridge over the rows in order that the weeds which start In the row may be killed by harrowing the ridges down as the plantSxare coming up The seed should be cut to one or two eyes and planted about four inches deep 12 inches In the row If there is anfscab on the seed it should be soaked before cutting for two hours ina s i olution of onehalfj pint formalin to 15f gallons water Seed which is badly wilted and sprouted will not Yleld Over halt as much as sound plump unsprouted Seed J Tbet orchard bait its pace on every farm The average stock arid grain farmer who has a farm of 160 acres or more ought to grow enough fruit of all kinds to supply the needs of his familyiIt he undertakes to do more than this hewill find that either the fruit or the farm work will be neg lected and when itcomes to a choice between the two it will pay him better to neglect the fruit than his farm work I For the health and comfort of yhmore han this there Is trouble and annoyance fahead unless there is some pne in the family who can do the puttering worki necessary without interferIng with the general worlr of the farm I I t so I J AFA1R-r i li To Bankers Brokers and Business Men You whose conservative training and whose business methods prompt you to look askance at any enterprise banking merchan tile industrial or what not that promises to pay an investor or stockholder mora than 6 7 8 or 10 percent we have a word to say to you We know that you know that there are hundreds of enter prises in the United States and throughout the world that pay enormous dividends upon the par value of the stock You know that there are monopolies which by reason of controlling a particu car product make enormous profits You know that there are very few natural monopolies in the world You know that any corpora I BRIEFLY PROOFS Towitt IThe statement madn in the report of the United States Geo logical Survey that there are but two quarries of lithographic stone in the world one in Bavaria the other in Brandenburg Ky The same United States Government report stating as well that tor quality and dependability of supply the Bavarion quarries are not at this time dependable Again you know if you read the advertisement r ferred to that the greatest expert in the State of Kentucky after examin ing our quarry stated oyer his signature that it was practically jt inexhaustible As a turtheriproof of the puddin in said adver tisement there was printed over the signatures of the expert engravers and transferrers Who have spent their lives in working Upon lithographic stone positive statements to the effect toot the stone from our quarry had produced work equal to any stone that was ever imported from Bavaria You know that with two 9J 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 ofour capital stock but up into the hundreds of millions of dollars You will know it you will do ofpa letter from Robert Mayer 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 beenmade by us in the advertisement referred to and in our printed literature unless they were true because we are making them to fellow citizens of this Commonwealth out next door neighbors and not about a property a thousand miles away and out of reach but a property within a few hours ride of nearly every pt TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY Y ipvc TO THE WAGE EARNER i We earnestly ask you to give yourself the benefit of the doubt obtain a copy of the advertisement and read it or if you read it you evidently did not read it carefully or if you read it carefully you evidently failed to credit the apparently astounding statements made in it Let us have a heart to heart talk with This proposition is open to you also We accept subscriptions for as smallanarrlollnt of stock as 10 shares just to give you the opportunity We say to you that if you can make it for 500 shares which you can obtain for 250 you will have secured a sufficient number of shares the income from which will keep your family in comfort the rest of your lives and the lives of your children and your childrqns children We know that it is a serious thing to ask the wage earner to invest his savings in a corporation but we state without hesitation that he may do so with perfect safety There is no risk in this proposition unless we fail to get the necessary money to buy the plant and lif we fail to do this the Louisville Trust Company Louisville Ky will refund the amount of your subscription with 3 Per cent interest added If we succeed lIT doing it you will Based upon the minimum earnings of dividends subscribers ko any I i part of the first 100000 shares will secure the stock ai onehalf its par value therefore 1000will bUY20shares which i will upon minimum estimated earnings pay 10 annually and the stock one year after plant is in operation should be worth 160 2500 will buyso shares Viand should earn 40 annually stock should be worth one year after plant is in operation 40000 5000 will buy loo shares and should earn 80 annually stock should be worth I one year after plant is in operation 80000 VV R WATERS I President 10000 will buy 20o char s and should earn 160 annu ally stock shou d be worth one year after plant is in operation 1600 S500OO will bpy 1000 shares and should earn 800 an nualiyv stock should be worth in one year after propuctioii begins 8000 1000 will buy 2000 shares and should earn i 600 annually stock should be worth one year after i production begins 16 T ooooo I German LithograPhiC Stone leo i 4 tions anywhere fortunate enough to possess a physical property containing a product used all oyer the world and sold for a price I representing forty or fifty tunes the cost of production should en rich its stockholders You know if you read the page advertise ment in last weeks edition thatin it a claim was made by this company that it possessed 9 foot ledge of lithngrapmc stone underlying a 260 acre hill You know if you read said advertise ment that no corporation possessing any kind of property never offered to the public greater indisputable proof as to its existence its character and its value than was furnished m said advertise ment 11 citizen in Kentucky and the proofs weare offering we could notlafford to publish if they were not true for the sgnple reason that the source of said proofs are equally within easy reach of one who cares to make an investigation To you as an individual and to your patrons and triends we say that you know that it would be perfect folly for us to make the following proposition unless we are in position to back it up in every way Here is the proposition If our claims and our statement be true we are offering a stock to the general public that will pay larger dividends than any security ever sold in the state of Kentucky or any other state that we know anything about Therefore we will agree to pay expenses and 1000 per day for the time consumed of any citizen of this Commonwealth or any t other state who will visit Louisville examine our proofs of facts see the stone in the various lithographic houses of the city exam inc the work produced from it consult the engravers and trans ferrers and experts who are responsible for the work examine the quarries at Brandenburg and after such investigation say over shi signature that there is no foundation but simply for the gen eral claim made but speciffically any claim that is made r We need the necessary capital to equip our wonderful property with the large plant necessary to produce an output for the worlds t demand Every individual who furnishes any proposition of this capital will earn a larger dividend on his investment than any divi KentuckyAsUni ted States We can furnish a certain 14 of this 692 and pay 20 byfurnishmg 11t s neiKhb t you a share f 1Iand equally with the banker broker capitalist and companyIfpossible and there is yet doubt in your mind you must hnve an acquaintance or + friend in Louisville this city if so write to them and ask them to tILti show you the courtesy to come to this office and find out for you if the claims that we have made are true or if you can come your self the proposition made to the bankers and brokers is 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 thereafter for the additional required the stock will be said at par Make no mis take parInthe existence ot a tremendously large quarry of lithographic stone sImplybecause1Yone KyWrite Take Advantage of The Coupon Belowfi 1WRITE TODAY W R WATERS President German Lithographic Stone Co Kenyon Building Louisville Ky DEAR SIRPlease send me the prospectus of your company and full particularsJfogether withisubscription blank and samples of aithographit h NAME Ioku u uT STREET AND No y u rCITYU V S K 34 STATE Wm ROBT LEE JOHNSON o VkePresident T r t ID7475 Kenyon 1 BuildingI 5St SS4Ssr I J 7 l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY i 1908 r T BLUSHING BLUECOAT AIDS I GIRL IN SCANT ATTIRE PATROLMAN COMES TO RESCUE OF PSYCHELIKE FIGURE WITH 1rNew York Patrolman Jerry ReaV dona young and faircomplexionc bluecoat looked once and then looked again He had never noticed any lif 2r size picture of statuary adorning the front stoop of the home of Rev EIS win A Keigman the pastor of tne West End Presbyterian churph at 139 stre4fhenWell then Jerry blushed and uncon sciously swung on his heel and gazed iit the landscape toward Columbus ave nue But there was a murmur Of words behind him and stern duty Jerry dlYlrapped bade him blush on if blush he must but stern duty must perforce be obeyed So the bluecoat approached thai young woman who was as unconscious of the unconventionality of her appear ance as if she were in some ancient Grecian glade and she a nymph of old- She at least was in costume for the parttJerry slipped off his coat and wrapped It about her Meantime she murmured that she was seeking the path heavenward Jerry spilt for a patrol waJsoq Stragglers through the street were mystified at the appearance of a shirt aleeved bluecoat and a young lady garbed apparently in brass buttons F and well As we were saying the pair went to the West One Hundredth street sta tion where the matron helped in the 4dfflicuty The young woman said that jbe was Miss Bertha Schmidt andI that she lived with a Mrs J Car michaer in West NinetyThird street Yes she hadwalked all that distance before she was helped into Policeman SJerrys coat From the station she was taken to the observation ward at Bellevue hos pital where the physicians said they thought she was suffering from relig ious mania fwomzbthe San Francisco earthquake and that the shock of the catastrophe had affected1 her mind She had been in the care of a trained nurse from whom shfc had disappeared CARRIES SEVERED LEG Log9ir i Shows Great Grit in Going- Two Miles AfterFatal Injury Ta oma Wash Carrying his sev Sed right leg with him Daniel Stet son a logger crawled through twoS miles of brush to tidewater at Inlet B C got into a boat and rowed another two miles down the coast to a logging camp before finally collapsing tetsonyaS hand logging alone 4 While felling tree he was caught as thd tree 1e11k It crushed his right leg Into a shapeless mass practically tearing It off tetson completed the r york by cutting the shreds of skin w1ilchr majj1d1S SS AIth ug bleedIng to death he re- t 1ned consciousness and laboriously made his way through the brush to the coast Foot by foot he crawled over logs and through swamps until he reached the waters edge Suffering untold agony he got into a boat and managed to reach a small camp two miles away Then he collapsed The men procured a launch and took him into Lund From there he was con veyed io the Vananda hospital where every attempt was made to save his ftfe but the shqck and the loss of Plood had been too much and he died the next day t Orders His Own Coffin isChattanooga Tenn1ackSmith a treputhd millionaire of Atlanta Ga came here and placed an o deriWlth a local casket company for con struction of his coffin and vaultIA wooden model of each is now be ing made and the coffin is to be of steel mahogany trimmed while the vault will be of steel and cements Smith says he will remain here un til the models are completed and he is satisfied with them Smith it is said prides himself that he never wore a necktie and when an artist put one qn him he refused to pay for the pic iture and later defended and won a 10000 damage suit started by the k artistS SystemHolland each draining bMan average of 310 acres of 1land f PcEPS AT FAIR MOUELv PAINTED BY STUDENTS NEW YORK CHAUFFEUR TRANS FORMED INTO WORK OF ART BEQAUSJE OF CURIOSITY New York Peeping Tom the chauffeur ha been discovered Al most all winter long hehas spent hii nighilife iTh mens life class and the womens next to it are of frosted glass but on the parts of ylightsaboyethewindows You can peek through those tiny windows and see all Artists have been laying for the man that has been making catfalls on Then They Applied Their Brushes the roof They got him the other evening They took him down into the life class feet last and made him throw his clothes away and mount tHe model throne the girl model had been promptly dismissed after the roof pap tureand throw put his chest to offer a good isurface for paint Then they applied their brushes industriously and turned him into the aurora bore alls They would be painting him still if Robert Henri had not dropped in late in the evenIng to m e hIs semI weekly criticisms of hife students work His criticism was particularly short and sweet this time AH the students say Mr Henris visit was most inqpport neeNever In their young lives had hey worked forIwhom do the most c bea itif ul decorative work took up Pe ping Toms ribs first of all and flowere them with fprgetmenots conventionally ar ranged At the same time HaVnibal Pre ziosi in a few bold strok s outlined on Toms wide chest a hires eye view of the United States mvy Artist PrezIosi is great for nautical stuff Down the models back 4thIs time Jwas progressing a panoranic view of the battle of Lookout mountain The right leg was given over to a threequarter length portrait of vice President Fairbanks and the left to a full length of Simeon Ford standing ion Pat McCarrens shouldersthe lat whenIthecompo the name of Mf Comstock to add a touch of moral tone to the effect COW ROUTS SHERIFF Michigan Bovine Tosses Officer Over a Mall Box Into Ditch Sagipaw Mich Deputy Sheriff Mc Millan went out to akefield to tach a number of cattle in a lawsuit here was a big red cow in the bunch iowever which objected to being rIven off on the authority of a conrt rder and she resisted the officer IThe deputys helpers endeavored tor head her off as she tried to get away md McMillan planted himself in her jath determined to show his bravery ossie lowered her head just as she ot In front of the officer and In the- wInkling of an ey iJuTb o he knew jvhat had haliperitm picked reMfHan up on her hot s and tossed him clean over a rural tnail box at the side of Che road McMillan lawded in a ditch with a soft bottom and was not seriously hurt though his companions say he Burned a complete somersault When e got on his feet the deputy said Boys Im going to take this critter lack and attach the two we had ex empted In her place whlclvhe did dye1GienNewell aj golf player and society maI1has pre S ted rite bull terriar with a glass eye A whizzing autO had hit tne dog and literally knockel his eye out 1 I graethlwell as ever he thrashed another bull dug ah old enemy recently 20 Bill Torch Stops Train Lake City IaWIth his foot caught i4a cattle guard and a train rapidly a iproacljing Stewart Dunba of Des A oines Ignited a 20 bill an4 waving W above his head succeeded in at ti acting attention of the crew Hees biIls1t Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over flaydop arber SD LAKE- Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire aid Accident I Old Massachusetts 3hifraal always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your insurance DR MW HYATT D RJNO M SPAULDING OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS DR HYATT t 1030 to 12 m 4to5prn Dr SPAULDING 2 to 4 p m And in office all Night Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELit KENTUCKY J HAYDOS8 DRUG STORE Office Hours t8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 P M J H IJAMPTON M D t SPRINGFIELD KY t 3fficeiin Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence Nd38 MISS lLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49i Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonndand Federal Court C q McCHORD ATTYAT LAW JJSpringfield Ky Will practice injall State and Federal Courts I W D CLAYBROOKE AITYATLAW 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ONE YEAR FOR 1Ifi Eve ry thing that- happens interesting All the presidential Newspaper CourierJournall I WhereArerYour Interests c Are they in thiscommunity J c Are they among the people withwhom you associateiCj Are they with the neighbors t fbusmess L If so you want to know what Is happening In this community You want to know the goings and comings of the people withwhom 1 you associate the little news items of your 1 neighbors and friendsnow dont youI finLintereststpwn Is your name on our sub Sscription books If not you owo puttherer h Will BeTorYour Interest t A Business Proposition J T Did you ever stop to think Mr Business Man that the news of yourv business is as mucha part of the local f events asaw- edding or a church fair The ladies are just as fabricIyou on the shelves as they are in any home happening Your store news and anouncements in these columns will reach a large circle ofIeager buyers This will enable you to sell your goods while they are new and fresh and you will not have to sacrifice later at remnant counter prices Think it over iiI i I In Presidential Yea 1908 Those Who Wan the TRUTH Should Read Ari Independent Newspaper THE EVElilNG POST nURLXG THE mAR 1 OA COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY KentuckyGovernors From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Willson existenceEvel1JUST OFF TILE PRESS ia the new Kentucky map Engraved especially tor the Evening Post at a cost of 3500 Kentuckyspictures of all the Presidents of tIe United States Rulers and Flags of all ninemapslfemlsphcresformation This and valuable Atlas is FREE to ALL EVENING t POSTSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 1300 for a full years SUBI mall mall or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by weekThe fmarket reports A daily newspaper for ihehome The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Alias and Evening Post With This Paper THE POST and THE SUN BOTH ONE YEAR 35OT- ji BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL j ONEARTI shditesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gIves a course in thelateeti and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeepjngand Shorthandtaa places all ates in good positions having many more calls graduates dayGetor write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky QJ t tHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TQ l TRANSFERMONEYLONG j SI FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER W CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH tilINCORPORATED I i l i tt 4t IS rI L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY i 908 J W 11 DURABUiBUGGY thatgoR M Arnold at Danville Ky you set a DURABLE BtiJGGY because hese1little details have ththeyt few testimonials I a couinceReadthem you i v JDanvi lie Ky January 18 1908To Whom It May ConcernIhave been buying R M Arnolds buggies m my theyhavehave reorder d for 1908 We will be pleased recommend to any one wh- oisintereted x B G Fox Harrpdsburg Ky January 1 1908 To Whom It May Concern We the undersigned have used two of R M Arnolds buggies this season and find goodbugRiesVANARSDALE BROS Liverymen Harrodsburg Ky December 27 0- 7TothPub1icI am using the R M Arnold Buggy and it is giving perfect satisfaction A trial is sufficient you will ajlways be a customer ILB GIVENS Liveryman Tapp Ky are users our also Brown SL I = t I = = r i Cheatham and wife of Miss iMargie Fenwick of Canary was guest of her cousins Misses Sadye and Louise Fe wick lat week RV W W Stout Mrs JrW Bar ker and children and Miss Sadie 31aves and Miss Retta Barker dined with Mr and Mrs Ilion Barker last Wednesday 4 Miss Maggie Yankey spent last week with Mrs 3 A Anderson and family Misses Ethel and Verna Rogers were the guests of Misses Tobin of neai Texas one day last Concert Lamonts Band in Lebanon 130 pl Band Concert at Chautaj qua 3fpM Whitney Bros Quartette 300Pivf Opening of Third Assembly i rAddress of Welcome 0 D Thomas ient B Amsbary v Lecture Wallace Bruce Amsbary 4 30 PAM Social Greeting i 0o V M Grand Concert Whitney Brothers and Foss Lampnl Whitney Reader t i FRIDAY JULY 17 98A MJ Band Concert lO OAM Grand Concert Whitney Brothers 10P M Band Concert 2Q P M Musical Prelude Whit 230 Subject The Making of aMan Illustrated by magic 4500i M Base Ball i Op Ml Band Concert 800 PM Musical Prelude Whit- neyl Brother jlyw r SA URDAY JULY 18 Patriots pay 900 AM Band Concert in Lebanon 1000 AfM Concert at Chautauqua 10 KAr- Whitney Brothers and Fose liajnpri I Whitney 100 PJM Band Concert 30 Musical Prelude Whitney 200 r M Lecture Gb v Frank EanI ft0f Indiana Subject vThe PatrmtJsm of Peace 4 fpJlVI Base Ballj48pl M Open Concert by Band 7o1L ti Band Concert 8f1M Musical Prelude 13rot iers 8M M Lecture Frank B Lane Sublet Fabled facts illustrated magic SUNDAY JULY 19 A Services at all the churches r f Danville Ky December I24 1907 uggies I haye used six of his bug buggyt4ver bought J T REID Livfery man are still using buggies made by R M Ar saytiatDetail ds to durability we have found Wk on ditureshisMr Arnold we recommend hifin tothe trade with utmost confidence We will Liverymen Wharton Roblitt Bishopp Springfield buggies exawintIlieseR M ARNOI4i Danville Ky IVINWICK MrvMargan atMr1Richd pjeasajnt week j Miss Hatty eLogsdon returned home Eridayf after a weeks visit with her aunt Mrs Dannie Jefferies of near family H May es last we k j jllrs Wycoff and Mrs Alice and little s4ent Friday in Bro Hines spent Friday nightwith- R B Graves Messrs Stanley Rogers Oscar ian him and Irvine Thompson were In OF Annual 1908 Lebanon tl Superintendent rotneri dRatto BrotJlErF Vhitneyi reiliveryS 1008rJi9 withleasure Barkervisitedfhe FridayI lastIdaughterVllj I PROGRAM ResponsesWallace DpMmandConcert ttisPlce I joo P M Sacred Concept by the B f 3 00 P ri2 Musical Prelude 3j Oi Lecture Sylves er A Lrig Subject Drop It oples Societies 500 Musical Prelude b Band 315 Lecture Sylveser A Long Subject The Muster troke s MONDAY JULY 201 30AM Band Cncerti 030A M Literary Series Yak l ate Bruce Amsbary Subject Rud y Kipling f 130 PM Band Concert J Z30 P M Musical Prelude 430 PM Open Air by B iridII 100 P M Concert by Band 15P M Lecture Father Jphn Ply Subject The Homeless Child anil the J TUESDAY JULY 21 30 A M Band Concert OA Mv Literary Series Arisbary Subject French CanaL V P i Band Concert VOOP M Musical Prelude J30 PM Lecture Father John Th ly Subject The AmericanCiti zei Y 400 P1I Ball jrOdpM Band Concert 500 P M Musical RecitalY Miss rE ith Rubel violinist J45P M Adress Hon Ollie James of Kentucky WEDNESDAY JULY 22 Y j30AM Band Concert lQ30AM Literary Series Wal lace Bruce Amsbary Subject James W hitcomb Riley jY 1i 100 PM Band Concert 200 P M Musical Prelude p 230 P M Captain Jr dc Crawford 130 P M Open Concert bv Biind 00 P M Band Concert Musical 3rl M Lecture Frank Dixon t Maud 27 1907Tc WhomUt May ConcernI had R M Arnold make m6 a buggy androad wagon last spring and they have given particultrIhave tried several makes of buggtes in the last twenty years prefer Ar nolds to any oK them Dn J N SHBHAN JanuarV 3 1908 LTc MAp10lthem entire season They have proven to be the ONLY livery buggy I eye had in my stable I have not duringthetO any one who feels interested A 11 TATIBI Liveryman and of t =mrw the the ney CM Air by Lula PM P1 Base Air and the Springfield Saturday afternoon VillisrurgIr last veek Several from this place attended tile play at Mackville Saturday night Mr IDrskiiie Martin was in Spring field Saturday afternoon Mrs Jonn Hall and children were guest of Mrs Carrie Roney Saturday nightand Sunday Mr Nathan Payne who has been in Bar stown for several weeks has re turned home Mr and MrsJW Barker and chi dren sPent thursda r night with Mrr and Mrs Lon Barker of this place Miss Fannie Logsdon is spending this THE PROCTOR KNOTT Chautauqua Association Incorporated IThird Assembly thurSday Julyj6 at Kentucky PreS ridI A4ngConcert uvenileCourt Literature Entertainment fioetscout 19PPM Prelutjl KyEjfecember Harrodsburg Subject HThelIap Aginst the Mass THURSDAY JULY 23 930AM Band Concert 1030 A M Literary Series Wal lace Bruce Amsbary Subject Amer ican Humorists l0pp M Band Concert 200 p M Musical Prelule 230 P M Lecture Frank Dixon Su jeetHTh Square Deal 400 P M Base Balh YH byBang700 P M Band Concert 800 p M Mical PreludeL 815 P M Lecture Captain Jack Crawford Subject Hi Kaleidascopic Entertainment FRIDAY JULY 24 Washington County Day 9O0A M Band Concert in Lebanon 1000 AM Band Concert at Chau jtauqua 1030 A M Lecture Prof W A pt edge 100 P M Band Concert 200 P M Musical Prelude r 2 OP M Lecture Hon Champ PublicMen400 P M Base Ball JClark700 P M Band Concert 800 PM Musical Prelude 815 P M Lecture ProfAV A dSubJecteFdlcsV SATURDA r JULY 25 Ghautauqua Day Si3pjuM Band Concert 1030 A M Lecture Prof W A Coll dgeoi100 PM Band Cuncert 200 P M Musical PreludeI230 P M Lecture Maybrick Subject Mrs Maybricks OwnStory 400 P M Annual Meeting of Stock holders of the Association and election of directors for the ensuing year 700 P M Band Concert 800 Plt Musical Prelude 815 P M Lecture Prof W A Colledgk Subject liThe Magic Skin Farewell Concert by j945Irtr v Farewell Greeting 1100 PM Fniisi week with Mary Janes of this pjace Mr Charley Cusic of Blmcoe was in our vicinity Sunday last Bro Stout Mr and Mrs U G Mar tin and Mr and Mrs Dolph Barrack jaSundayThe meeting which was field at this place for two weeks by Bro Stout closed Sunday night Marion County stiFakonlithapefficiently recovered to fill his pulpit at the Christian church nextSunday rim hustling firm of Sears Roebuck Co of St Marys do a general mbrcbandising business and last week unexpectedly made several deals in dirt They were approached by a party selling fishwho said he had 13 fine mdcats which they promptly bought as fresh fish are scarce in that locality Imagine their chagrin when the fish were cleaned to find the reason for their name theywere stuffed with ten pounds of river mud Ray Hunter 13 years old son of Mrs BW Hunter of Bradfordsyille and grandson of Mr L C Yates died at Campbellsville Monday afternoon from injuries received Sunday The remains were taken through Lebanon to Bradfordsville Tuesday morning where funeral services were conducted by Rev R L Creal in the Baptist church and the remains were laid at rest in the cemetery aft Liberty Sunday afternoon accompanied by a young cousin Ray was out horsebackriding near Campbellsville and the horse ridden by his cousin who had dismounted got loose and Raystartod to catch it the cousin following on foot He had followed but a shortjdistance when he found Ray in an unconscious condition lying in the road Medical assistance was promptly procu red but he ntfyer regained consciousness and just what caused his accident will never be known though it is thought that his horse stumbled and threw him Ray wtis a bright handsome boy and loved by one who knew him All- Bradrords ille mourns the death of this manly boy and sorrow with the wid owed mother in her g ief HAPPY HOLLOW News is scarce this week but will try and jot down a few items Miss Effie Chesser of near Polin spent last week with her s t rMrs Solomon Kayes of this place Hisses1 Myrtle Armstrong and Effie Cou ter spent last Sunday with Miss Mallie Shields Ms J S Thomas and children are visiting her sister in Lebanon attendedmeding day afternoon Mr J M Shields son and daughter sper t from Friday until Sunday with his aughter Mrs Perry Ruby of near Cha lin M sses Pearl and Myrtlei Armstrong spent Tuesday with their sister Mrs Eta tus Perkins of Willisburg rrs Martha Snider and daughter Effie and Mrs Erastus Perkins spent Tueda with Mr John Armstrong MLt C Keeling and wife were in Spriigfield Saturday t M aJohn Armstrong and mother Mrs Royalty visited Mr and Mrs Dave Derringer of Sharpsville Tuesday There will be a protiactedsmeeting at the Hillrfboro church Sunday night July 5 Everybody is cordially inyited to attendfMrs Ruthie Royalty is spending this week with her daughter Mrs John ArmstrongMr Chesser and Miss Pearl Armstrong attended meeting at Willis burg Sunday morning and dined at the home of Mr and MrsJ W Walls of Brooksville IMr Solomon Kays arid family spent with Mr Henry Thompson and family of near Willisburg I Mr M C Keeling and family spent Sunday with Mr Everett Keeling and wife of Willisburg TIlE SUN ANBQth pa pers yr Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American150We- ekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175f ThriceaWeek New York World 175- 5AmericanAmerican 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 2001FarmFarm Fjeld and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 400 Ledger Monthly 77 175 Harpers Weeklyv Magazine 435p Sunnv South 150 ChildrAi Bitten by Copperhead Glasgow Ky June 26It is not believed that the two children of Will m Brown of Cumberland county can recover from the bites of a big copper head the other day Hearing theiscreams of his children thosnakee me the tI girl in tying to pull the reptile om her brother Was bitten twice Brown filled the children with whisky and then ran for a doctor 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 Pee Riley Rt 3 has for sale a good milk cow Short horn has young calf C L Grundy Rt l lias for sale 50 good shoats Sherman Martin Springfield has for sale a good milk cow C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale Iron 0 to 800 bushels of corn Will sell in ny amount from half bushel up W P Hatchett Mackville has for sale 45 head of young steers A L Perkins Rt 3 has for sale a good 3yearold milk cow with 3rd calf C H Perkins Rt 1 has for sale a nice Jersey cow Jas M Janes Rt 3 has for sale 30000 feet of leech lumber 50 er hundred JA Tucker Springfield Rt 2 has for sale a good short horn bull Also about 12000 feet of good oak lumber v t t WOOL WANTEDb TlieJ farmers of Wasllingtoa and adjoining counties will o well to communicate vvithone f the undersigned before disposing of their wooLvrewant wobl and will PCJV the highest 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there is a tendency to constipation of a chronic and obstinate nature Tx ward off the possibility of serious diseases use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin the great herb laxative compound It Is especially suited to the use of elderly peo pIe because it is prompt but gentle in actionand does its work without griping or weakening as is the case with salts purgative waters and cathartic tablets Theso should not be used by children women old folks or we8k people be cause they are too violent in action and centrally gripe Furthermore the results are temporary as reaction sets in and the bowels are bound up more than ever A remedy like Dr CaldwelTs Syrup Pepsin is effectiveitThemany can in a short time do away with the use of all laxatives It wTH cure the most chronic constipation dyspepsia liver trouble bilious ness flatulency sour stomach weak stomach bloating drowsiness after eating and such other stomach liver and bowel troubles To prove how effective it is in serious case DecaturIiiwound during the Civil War which caused a partial paralysis of the bowels and he has had ever since to use a laxative He says he never found anything so effective or which worked so near TryItcents or 81 a bottle at any druggist FREE TEST Those wishing to try Dr CaW wells Svrtin PJsn beJerllMlv Ing can have a free sample bottle sent to their heww addressing the company This offer Is to preve that the remedy will do as we claim and is only eM to these who have never taken It Send for it If you have symptoms of stomach liver or bowel tfl5eiHeGtAlHt- yet most effective laxative for cMtdren women ant oM TIlEPUBLICas DR CALDWELLS SYBUP PEPSIN TIlls pretfuct bears ptirlty cuarantee No 17 Washds 0 Ci PEPSIN SYRUP GO 119 Calclwell Bldf MaHtlMlI HI For sale by The Red Cross DrugStore