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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1 1 I ct t I t 1 J I I I IS 1j f r + + f f UiLI DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY tL n I 1J VOLUME 1V1 1 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1908 NUMBER 31 C EDITORIAL SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GRE EDITOR WQETOHIM THAT TOWN WITH STA1LISHETH CITY FIDGETY FITS J From the State Convention in Lex ington to the National Co ivention in Denver the Democrats of Kentucky carried a banner of fol 4 r lowing Convention brief news Ha1mOrltThe National ing to all of us who want to see all factions united in this States Denyer Col July 6jAt 1115 oclock today rational Com litteeman Woodson called the Kentucky deega tion to order Former ov Beckham Senator McCreary enterka the hall I together and sat side by side Both sad that they did not P pose that there should be any fight over anyone ln comniitteeships Senator M Creary- e Beckharns nominationfor the Resolutions Committee Hesaid some of his friends Had wanted to present his name Taut he would not his nameto be the cause of any font st iIt is now certain that the Democracy of Kentucky will go into the approach ing contest united and a iir ion of the Democratic factions in tHis State means but one thing an over whelming majority at the polls in November next j It is Ibut natural that R publicans and Republican newspapers should en deavor to stir up strife in he Demo cratic party in Kentuckj That scheme is distinctly Republican land in the absenof intelligent arguments it has been worked over time until today it is thread barejas trans arcnaseCrysawaye Quite a number of our Republican friends including Mr Richard Knott and his Evening Post were sorely disappointed because absolute an J genuine harmony prevailed in the receit Democratic State Convention In tFe breasts t ot all the big and little Repub1icansI in Kentucky there was hope that the Democrats wouliJ meet in Lexington auu have a freeforjall knock downa bootingput and sugarteating of the other It made no difference to our friends te enemy which faction captured the sugar teat nor which faction got the bo t they wanted something terrible tov hap pensomething frightfulsjmethinI perfectly horrible t ice be brought into their troubled souls But instead the mantle of brotherly love and good fellowship fell ver that convention and by the wise and con servatiyefcourse of the Asser ibly Re publicanism in Kentucky was doomed Mr Knott and the lesser li ghts at once saw the hand writing upon the walt and that very astute gentle mari of the Post walledup his eyes and fell backards Twas a fit re hada fidgety fit in a most acute foJrnAnd since so many ot Mr Knotts followers are likewise afflicted we must conclude that fidgety fits are contagious J The Republican primaries land the Republican State Convention recently pulled off in Kentucky were prbnpunced notoriously rotten by many Republi scan leaders Mr Thatcher and ethers of the Big Guns very emphatically re- k marked that the primaries vere the most infamous ever held in K1ntuckyI Ballotbox stuffing knock 1nterference Republican lips that the primaries ndt the State Convention were sort of hellbrokelooseinGeorgia affairs Republicans hoped for a repetition of these infamies in the Democratic State Convention and when the dispatches Hjrmonytmeht to the highmucky tymupks of the g o pota knockdownlfor the r shouters of civil liberty zqdMr Knott was froed into oneo j dem terrible fidgety fits But after lubbmg Iwith dogfennel grease andafteran J in bluemass pi Jls Richard r came wab linJfortn with bighead lines Whiskyltes and Night Riders Capture Eempdratic States Conven tion Th hisser lights were in spired evun t6 thepomt of shouting upon the streetjcorners and they went forth to tell thefolks about the whis kyites and night riders swooping down updn the Derriocratis State Conven tiont Witn Willson in the gubernatorial chair spielingoiit long sentences the State Treasurer calling withI devise ways and means of a busted Treasury witha lot of dontknowbows at the iead qf the departments in Frankfort and with Mr Richard Knott having fidgety fits every 30 minutes during the dayithe Repub lican party in Kentucky is the devil and the deep blue s aand the State will give Bryan 30QOO next NO- vember KEEP COOL it may not be out of place at this time to offer a little friendly and goc d natured advice to those of our DemoI cratic and Republican iriends soon study campaign books and read newspapers with a view of meeting all comers in street corner jmt debates Let us begin by counseling our friends to avoid those parts of inIflamedbounce from the orators tongue with any dns like sparks from meltiJg iron Keep COOL Thats the word Bitter denunciation is seldom necess arV andie man who engages it becomes ao scumbling block in InII pathway ois party No man it ters it how much of a pHysical cow ar I he may be can be turned from his way of seing things by abuse of either himself or his partys candidate 0n the other hand when he is abused he becomes more thoroughly convinced that he is right even his physibal cowardice is often forgot and he becomes as a raging lion The inflammatory and nonsensical speech of the streetcorner spellbinder does but one thing thoroughlYIt con vinces each of his intelligent hearers that tifoollho1deth forth THE CONVENTION I ThetDemocratiCiNafional Convention is now in session at Denver and will not liKely completfe its work before tomorrow Mr Bryan will be nominated- for President on the first ballot tit is not yet known who will be put qrv the ticket with the Nebraskan How ever ches from Denver announc that blIJohnson of Minnesota or Mr Mitchell the labor leader The platform will be one upon which every American may4ancjjtie for those principles which if carried pinto Affect will do the greatest good to the greatest number There will be no evasions in the platf orm no bids for the support of those scoundrels whose hands are at the Ihrjoats of toiling Americans Joel Chandler Harris a genius of the Southland whose pen gave to the world a wealth qf sunshine is dead His stories of Uncle Remus delight manytyears and it may be truly said of him that he was the benefactor of a nation of people for he offered to each that which puts goodcheer into the heart and tunes the solil in a key of meni mente Cottage For Sale or Rent f H A four room cottage oft Virginia avenuej for sale or rent Apply to this office orto S J SMOCK Aunt Fannie Clements an old colored woman died at her home at this place last Monday night of consumption L OTHER ITOWNS Bidding for tile Loose Leaf Mar ket jand Stemery Washing ton County Must Decide j Mr W D Claybrooke has received a a letter from Mr A P Gooding of Lexington stating that he win be here theImatterpla etMr Gooding will be accompanied by Mr Petty the largest exporter of burley tobacco m the world who1t- is said if Satisfactory arrangements can be made will conduct the stemery and will employ lOt men six months in the year Other bids have already been made for this enterprise Danville is anx IOUS to have the market and stemery brought to that town and have offered the promotors the skating rink building for a period of five years Lebanon is also bidding for the enterprise and THE SUN is informed that capitalists of that city have offered to build a house fori Mr Gooding Both Mr Gooding and Mr Petty favor Springfield over either of these places because of the fine qualityof tobacco grown in this county ar d they will not hesitate to locate thee terprise in Springfield if the house can be secured lit is now up to the people of Wash in jtoh county Action must be taken next Monday It is said by those who have investigated closely into the mat ter that the establishment of the en terprisq here will be of great yalue ito the business interests of the county anithatitwillbea calamity it the county loses the enterprise The loose leaf market alone it seems to THE SUN would be a great boon to the county but with this comes the stem i cry and the employment of much idle labor What will you d about it HOUSTONSHEHAN Dr J IN Shehan and Miss Lydia Houstri Married Tuesday ment surprise parties The contractingjI L N of Maud the marriage having occurred in the Methodist parsonage at Sixth and Broadway in Louisyille Dr Shehan is a wellknown and skill ed physician having practiced his profession in this county for quite a num ber of years His thorough knoWl edgei of medicine and his tenderness treatment of the sick have won for him the esteem and friendship of nany- peopleSMiss Houston is a daughter of Mr D H Houston of Maud and is a young woman of beautiful character possess ing pne of those sunny dispositions that endears her to all of her associates Friends throughout the county join The Sun in hearty congratulations Chickens Poisoned Harrodsburg Herald Mrs John Leghornchickens w yLast fall she put up some fresh corn in brine and the other day disco ered a twogallon jar nearly full that had been spoiled Her little girl started to eat some of the corn and was tQld it was not good so she concluded to teed it tP the chickens The next morning every one fthe chickens that had eaten the salty corn were cold and stiff in death Mr Houc ins says they carried put handsome frving size chickens by bushel baskets full and only about halfW dozen fowls are left alive on the placet V Card As we could not well handle the crowd Saturday the 4th we would sug gest that as many as can please come other days than Saturday if possible during our clearance sale arid we can assure you better service However we will endeavor to take care of you any day you will favor us with your presence Respectfully THE ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKEVGO j r f Leg Broken Mr G D Bodine of near town met with quite a painful and serious acci dent last Friday while watering his horse in a pool on his place The animal threw Mr Bodine his feet becoming tangled in the harness and beforehe- could extricate himself he suffered a fractureofone of his legs below the knee While he is now suffering cod siderably it is thought he will be re lieved in a short time and that the fracture will give him no permanent trouble Texas School Oh next Monday July 13 the school willopen at Texas and will be taught bv Mr Chas Durham and Miss Mattie rBe ley The people of that section are predicting a successful term and much interest is being manifested by the pat rons Mi Durham and Miss Begley are giveIactIOn RATS DEVOUR YOUNG ClICKS Out of 200 Chickens Mr and Ii Mrs Beliebaum Have 85 Left During the past two weeks rats have been playing havoc with Mr and Mrs L H Bellebaums young chickens Indeed the murderous rodents haye nigfftly feasted upon little fowls from the Beliebaum yard having carried away over 100 chicks which Were rapidly growing into the frying size For seyeral days Mr and Mrs Belle baum have been missing chickens and were unable to discover the cause Re cently Mr Beliebaum found two small chickens where rats had tried to pull them through small rat holes and this of course explained the mysterious and nightly disappearances from the poul try yard of so many chickens Bitten By Copperhead Bullitt Pioneer Ab Hardin a son- inlawof AO Tatro the hotel propri etor who lives on his fathers farm about six miles Northwest of the place was bitten by a copperhead snake this morning abbut 6 oclock and was for awhile in dangerous condition He was taking hay down from a barn loft to feed his stock when the snake which was in the hay struck him on the hand and arm three tjrnesin rapid succession The snake a copperhead was killed and Hardn hurried to his house where a poultice of salt and vinegar was applied to the wounds which helped themome He was then brought here to Dr J H Shafers office for treatment and from there he was taken to the Tatro Hotel where Doctors Shafer and Ridgway attended his injuries He suffereda great deal but at this writing is quiet and it is behevedxis out of danger + SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT i OF THE Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY at clone of business June 30th 1908 RESOURCES Discunts25178263I Cushion hand and due from 500000I Banksu ou 4990140 + 31342620 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 5000000 2300000ITax Fund 40301 Individual Deposits 23802393 31342620 Gross earnings six months 788758 Bal undivided pro its Jan It 1908 10249br891253 Disposed of as follows Paid dividend No 37 5 per cent250000P- aid expense acct 270175 Paid Taxes 1908 1008 51 Paid Tal Fund 40301 Paid Furniture and Fixtures 30000 Bat Undivided profits 19996891253 1 GEO a ROBERTSON Prest J A BOUUV ARE Cashier f BASE BALL Some Good and Some Rotton Games Played During the Past Few Days In one of the closest and most excit ing games of the sea on the Fox Ridge team defeated the Waltons hi the im tu l game on Monday George Colvin did the twirling for the home team and pitched ihgreat style allowing only a few hits The game was very exciting from start to finish neither side having much advantage of their opponents and in the ninth inning the score was 5 to 5 and not until the eleventh in ning was the winning score made Then through a wild throw made by shortstop Spalding to first base the visiting team succeeded in making two scores making the scores t07 in their favor with the Waltons at the bat Then the visitors played to win the game allowing the home team but one run making thescore 7 to 6in favor of Fox Ridge The losing of the first game of the series however did not dishearten the boys and on Tuesday they got together and played some winning the second of the series by the overwhelming- score of 11 to 3 Longey Robertson did the twirling for the hom team and allowed but one hit during the game His work was very commendable as the visitors will testify he having struck out fifteen men at the nome plate Another feature of the game was the batting of Stnltz and Bqldrick who showed great skill with the stick Only through wild throws by Gibbs and Spalding was the visit ng team en abled to make their three uns The pitcher for the visi ors allowed eleven hits apdvonly struck out five men the home boys havin solved his curves from thestart and ever ceased to punch him at any stage f the ganx Todays game is a doubleheader and the result we are unable to obtain at the time of going to press However the home boys are in great gjee over their victory in yesterdays game arid expect to win both games today The doubleheader played on the 4th between the crack Canipbellsville team and the Waltons of this place was what might be te medala comedy of errors The Waltons started in the game without the usual vim they possess and ere the end of the first game defeat was written boldly on the Walton score boardIThe Campbellsville bovs are ball players and they clearly demonstrated their skill oh the diamond Saturday From the very outset they played ball to win And they won Longey Robertson was badly off and the opposing team soon solved his curves and never ceased punching him until he was relieved by Shultz who held theme down for a while only with his firey spitball However they suc ceeded in locating him and when the gong sounded at the end of thefirst 9 innings the score stood 11 to 8 in favor of the visiting team Then a change was made for the final game which was a 7 inning game and Goode from Texas was put m the box with John S McElroy behind the bat both of whom were playing on their off day and soon the score was looking bad toi the Springfield And with the score 7 to 1 in favor of the visitors the home boys lost all their vim and lIgave up inutter de feat when Harry Shultz came to tjhe bat with two men on bases and just to demonstrate to the boys that he could play ball landed a home run to the left field scoring two men and himself bringing the score up to 4 where it stood throughout the game The visitors were a crowd of jolly good fellows and ball players as well and went home rejoicing with the last of the doubleheader by the score of 7 to 4 i The boys ort e Grundy Orphanage played the small boys team of this place at the ball park Tuesday win ning the game by the score of 11 to 9 Quite a crowd witnessed the game which was well played by both teams The proceeds from the game were for the benefit of the Orphanage team l heSUNliI f b Big Equity Parade Harrodsburg Herald It is announced that a movement is on foot to have monster meeting members of the So ciety of Equity in Louisville during the State Fair week September 14 to 19 The report states the day for the meeting is Friday September 18 Thet program contemplates a mammoth i- parade which will include from 2500a to 50000 farmers The parad will traverse some of the principal streets in Louisyille and then proceedin a body to fair grounds Miss Alice Lloyd will be asked to participate in the parade and an escort of honor will be organized to accompany her t FAIR PROGRAM This Year Presents Some Inter esting Features Mr Camp A bell Busy With Prelimir nary Arrangements Mr Jas Moran Jr has the contract i for distributing the advertising matter of the Washihgton County Fair Association and this week posters and other matter will be distributed through the county I The fair will be held August 12 to 15SIIf indications count for anything the fair this year will be one of the best Zif not the bestever held by the association The catalogue and premium will be issued this week from the press of THE SUN The program as usual is interesting f Mr Theo C Campbell who was recently elected secretary of the association is busily engaged in arranging the preliminaries of the meeting He makes a oodsecretaryone who will Jook after tneiriVerests of the aSsocia rtion as he would look after hisvown interests f iThe premium listi complete and itr worth the while of the stock men of Washington and adjoining counties to give the list close attention Improvements are being made at the fair grounds which will add to the com fort of the thousands that are expected to attendandall lovers of fancy stock floral displays etc shoulp make an especial effort to attend the great annual meeting and enjoy four big days f with your friends Ladies free the first day and school children free the second day t School Elections Owingto the changes madebytht last Legislatur in the school laisoMo 1thereeach school district in the county on the first day of August for the purPose of electV inga trustee to serve for a term of two loyearsI This election will behelck Svatdistricts The polls will open at 1and close at 5 oclock The qualification tor voters are the same as required of a voter m a county or State election All persons regardless of color will be privileged to vote that meet the qualification as stated above The voting will be done by bal lot A person desiring to become a candi t file a petition with the coun IIdatemus ten days before the electipn r s ten legal voters of the schoori district These trustees will be clothed with a great deal of authority and power con sequently it is desirable to elect the m competent man in each school PIP trict Death of Mrs Borders V Mrs Bettie Borders was found dead in bed last Sunday morning bYhetisbn at about 7 oclock at her home in the CecilSnlle settion She had been in poor health for several weeks but her death was not expected so soon and came as a seveae shock to her friends and jfami ly Deceased was a member of the Catholic churcn and was a good Christian woman She is survived by a 8Onn lie nn1 by a dgu hter Mrs Annie 7 7Mrsit Mathas Borders whoa dte boutpne pSf year ago FuoetaL jc ur edt St Rose Mn da j i T3i III f 1 fTm SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JULY 8 1908 muncrA ROUTED 4 BY BRAVE WOMAN MRsVAN HORN DISCOVERS IN TRUDER ON RETURN HOME 01 AFTER SHORT ABSENCE INTERS QUIETLY ANDIGETS GUM fires Several Shots at Thief Who Plunges Head Foremost Through 1 Window and Escapes Po lice Then Notified f st Louis Surprising a burglar at work in her home on her return after r ashort absence Mrs Amos Van Horn of Keokiik street got a revolver chased the man from the house and r fired several shots at his fleeing figure Shortly sifter nine oclock the other evening The intruder hard ransacked t the house and stolen 65 in money A r qUantity of clothing and some jewelry Iih1ch he had packed up ready to carry away was abandoned in his flight Mrs Van Horn and heV two smallI 4 Children had gone to a moving picture show in the neighborhood and discov1 ered the burglar on their return Mrs i Van Horns husband is a railroad man iemployed in East St Louis He works at night and she is accustomed to being alone with her children tAs she approached the house on her return she saw a light burning in a middle room Remembering that she had left no light in the house she at 1tlrst thought her husband had re turned but declded4b investigate fore entering the house Leaving theI children 4n front of the house she went to a side window and peering in saw a man kneeling on the floor 1ortIng out a pile of clotjilng and other personal effects The contents pf drawers and dressers strewn aboutI I the room informed her that trader was a burglar Going to she it with a key andqUietlyl openedI the house went to a dresser and se cured her husbands revolver Armed with the weapen she calmly walked across the hail to the robin where the Mrs Van Horn Continued to Shoot at the Burglar burglar was at work As she did so she heard a scramble jwhlch told her k the burglar was warned of her pres once in the house She threw open the door and ran into the room just in time to see the man struggling to raise a window Leveling the pistol she fired a shot at the man just as he tore up the sash and leaped head first through the win dow Running to the window Mrs i Van Horn now frightened for the 7 safety of her children who were in front of the house continued to shoot at the fleeing man as he disappeared in the darkness l moment later a dozen neighbors were on the scene and a hurried search was made for the burglar with out avail Mrs Van Eforn called up JNlght Chief of Police Gillaspy and asked that a policeman be sent to the house Patrolman Krekler of the Wyoming street station went to the house and made a report on the rob bery Mrs Van Horn was quite unable to give a good description of the man as his back was turned when she looked Into the room and she is not certain whether he is white or black The rthlef who had secured entrance to the house by duplicate keys through a rear door had evidently been at work L for some time I Lugs Wildcat Nine Mliles Lewistown PLWhile trapping on the Black Log mountains Moses Sarshbarger of Matawanna found a Jarge wildcat caught by the hind leg Tp get the bounty on the scalp how icvertbiscatship had to be transported jilive into Muffin county Taking an Ordinary phosphate sack jlarshbarger ted a hoop constructed jrom a sapling in the mouth and fastened it in the forks of a small tree Then with a pole he picked up cat trap and all and tossed it into the sack Throwing the sack over his Shoulder he carried the cat nine miles topping twice en route to obtain new jacks as theN animal had bitten and scratched its way through the others f Fhe cat died during the night and a nrgerwlll apply for the bounty Vfctfniii pelt 1 J t J MATTHEWARNOLDAtPRINCEtODr 1press Visitor Favorably When Matthew Arnold visited Princeton on his lecturing tour Pres ident McCoshparticularlrdesIred to havjj him attend morning chapel and see how an undefgraduates day be gan Accordingly he haled Mr Ar nold to chapel the next morning Unfortunately however he had riot con sideed what member of the faculty was scheduled to preside at the exer cises and as it happened the officiating professor that morning was the very last one likely to make a pleas lug jim precision qn a critical visitor Br AlcCosh as usual rose to the occa sion Thrusting Mr Arnold into a pew with the remark Yell sit theri he strode down the aisle and up tJo the where the professor 1I35fnervously waiting Then in a 1eveb raQng stage whisper heard all ovel the chapel the good doctor said with unmistakable e mPhas fsuVre Mr Arnold here thIs morning YelL pick a lively hymn and pray short And he trode back totally unconscious of the discomfiture hiB colleague and the glee of the under gradjiates Mr Arnolds face was ex pressionless THE GLACIER NATIONAL PARK Region in Northern Montana That Is Continents Great Watershed TIe melting rIls from the enormous ice passes of what will soon be known as r National Park help to feed all three of the oceans that wash the shores of North America says a writer in the Worlds Work It is possi ble 1o alunch three ships from points- withjn gunshot of each other in the park which with propitious currents will eventually float one into the Gulf of Mexico the second into the Pacific and phe third into Hudson bay Here ssesrofe Belly river and kate ewan to the Arctic ocean east Wardtbe Marias and Milk rivers take intoIwar are the Flathead which throu Fordi finds its way to the hClarksj and Ithe Pacific Glacier r continents great watershed Tjhe Hollowness of the E rth- T1at the earth is hollow is thengagi ig belief of a inoderi philosopher William Reed Says he Vhy did Nan en sail 15 days through clear waters find only advance one degree un less he was sailing round and round inside Where do the seals and musk oxen go for their feeding grounds ipebergsr t as were a havto make out that its three times as heavy as nickel steel in order to make their calculations fit Why is the 5Uh invisible So long at the north and south in winter unless theres a depression which shuts out its light What is the Aurora Borealis Elec IIeetitflectbd from inside the earth Harl pers Weekly Will Soon Belong to Language The word contraption finds its place in the Standard dictionary but 11 t hanot yet obtained full currency Iit i4i colloquialism Bartlett notes use asan Americanism With greater particularity Mr Farmers Ajr ericanism puts it into pillory asl- Oa genuine American vulgarism applied to any newfangled peculiar thincor idea Yet the same author collaborating with Henley in the Die- tionary of Slang and Colloquial Eng Ilshfrseems in this later work to re theIso forth and to this has appended the hate 1838 as representing the first period of its currency The Standards derivation irom con and trapseems rpthjera concession to the me of etymo than an explanation of t the ford eJsenseOf She Called It of a psychic turn of mind friend of a case of trans puzzled her was in the shop leaning over th case looking at the handkerchiefs An other woman was beside me Sudden ly I saw that my lucky gold piece a sovereign had slipped out of my pnvse So I picked it up and slipped it back But the odd thing When 1 got in the car and opened my purse theri were two spvereigs The one on the case hadnt been mine at lil1 But do you think it was meant for me somehow What do you call that phenomenon 7 call that plain swiping said the friend who wasnt a mystic Baseball Critic HpgglnsWhat has become of Fan MbgginsOh hes laid up a victim lor baseball Hiiggins I didnt know he ever played the game sfrainedIthings ought tobe done The Quintessence of It of that fellow Stryker Chats he done now you know hes a chronic borrower and when I told him Id have to stop loaning him money now that I had t wife he went for me hammer and tongs for getting marriedat his expense IIt t AQUARTERLY REPORT OFT E CENTRAL BANK WILLISBURG KY At the close of business the 30th day of June 1908 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts1 2499970 Overdrafts secured 2924 Overdrafts unsecured Due from National Banks115985Due and Bankers 85967 201952 Due from Trust Companies Banking Rouse and Lot 447000 Other Real Estate Mortgages j U S Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie 30099 Currency 154000 184099 Exchange for Clearings Other Items as Furniture and Fixtures 135680 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses Last Quarter 21474IGive description location val ue and how long ovyned all real estae except banking house and lot if any owned longer than fiveyears 3498325 r LIABILITIES Capftal Stock paid in in cash 1500000 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits 50212 yizDepositswhich interest is n- otpaid1911272Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid Demand certificates of deposit- on which interest is paid Time certificates of deposit on which interest is paid Saving deposits on which in terest is paid 30000 Certified Check 1941272 Due National Banks 6841 Duq State Banks ann Bankers CompaniesCashiers Bills rediscounted Unpaid dividends Taxes due and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder person company or firmin cluding in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual thereofdirectly or Indirect ly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that batik How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured Highest amount of indebted ness of anv director or offiAOcer if the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stpckof bank How is same secured indebtednessiJL any person uiiipaiijr firm including in the liabil ity of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus If so state amount of such indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses in terest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered bV the divi dend carried to the surplus fund before Sa d dividend was declared 3498325 State of County of Washington Jbt I Everett Keeling Cashier of Cen tral Bank a Bank located and doing business at Main street in the village of WrHiQliiiro in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1908 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not else where and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of Statedesignating the 30th day of June 1908 as the day on which such report shall be made Everett Keeling Cashier T J Mille- rTHNoel J M Trent Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me by Everett Keeling the 30th day of June 1908 W W HYATT Notary Public My commission expires at the end of the next session of the Senate In Praise of the Novel Novels are sweets All people with healthy literary qppetftes love them almost all women a vast number of Clear hardheaded men judges bishops chancellors mathematicians are notorious nQvelrreaders as well as young boys and sweet girls and their kind tender mothers William Make peace Thackeray f Kentucky Lair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to reportto us any omissions or corrections of dates Stanford July 223 days yiWinchester 4 The Caffipaigo SO JWHOWILL BE- PRESIDENT I I 7JN TTO FORM YOUR OPINIONS AND KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE PROGRESS OF jHE CAMPAIGN YOU VILL NEED FIRSTCLASS NEWSPAPERS JOURNALUrftil0 R DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES l Until December I1908jand THE SUN One Year for S2OO 1Thi1 gives voii a live metropolitan paper through the campaign and the election today as subscription will start with issue of day order IS received IOrderIaNo back numbers can be sent I 2Either Dailies FOR This specialcampaign offer is in effect only during JUNE JULY and AUGUST and iio subscriptions will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circumstances SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE SUN 7 KyII Danville August 53 days Lekington August 105 days TJniontown August 115 days Burkesville August 114 days Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 daysI Shopherdsville August 184 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Carroll Gallatin Owen Tri County Fair Sande daystVanceburg August 194 days Ewing ugut 20 3 days London August 254 days Elizabethtown August 253 days Burlington August 264 days Germantown August 264 days Morgantown August 273 dnys 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 fi EpilepsyFits Convulsions or Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most cases can be cured by strengthening and build ing np the nervous system To do this a nerve piedi cine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfactory It has cured many cases of these diseases and we believe it will cure you We can give you names of many who throughitsMy son John had epilepsy for years and after having him treated by specialists for over 2 years he still continued lo have spells I had al most given up In despair but know Ing the virtue of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1906kI gave him a teaspoonful three times a day then In July I gave it as directed and I could see that he was improving and he has not had a August 28 lOOti and has taken no medicine since Jan07 I am writing the case just as it is hoping it will induce others to try it W R ALLISON Mooresvllle N C Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv Ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I The Springfield Sun FOR ONE YEAR AND ofabove UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 ONLY SUBSCRIPTION TI H 1 Rakes Hoes Spades Etc Etc And th- eBest GardenPlow on the MARKET 2 Springfield SSasSsSSsIA Iii Is the familys living through thes wimer months therefore it pays to CULTIVATE IT WELL TO do this you must Have thr Best Garden Tools Tjhe successful farmer is the farmer who tflgCK3COGGOGOCXXX3OCX5OGCX5OOOpCX5COGCCOOOOOOOOOOOCOCb oJ t PERFECTION OIL STOVES o BETTERIOGGOCOGG GOCOGOGOGOGGOG X50GGGOGOOOOOOOOCOOOO I Do You Need a Cooking Stove or Ranger i If so it will pay you to see our large line r Full line Lawn Mowers Refrigerators Water Coolers etc When You need PLUMBING and TIN ROOFING let us figger with youI1 I SHULTZRIEDELSPRINGFIELD ss isssss SsSiSsS sS SI SISISISISISIIISEI ooeoeoeOeOe eOeOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoepeoeoeoeoeoeoeQaeQ JOB PRINTINGlittle IWecheaper than the other fellow Wedding invitations sale bills statements dodgers cards etc all receive the same careful treatment just a little better than seems necessary Prompt delivery always w o QeQooeQeQpQeQ eQQoeQQQeQQQeQeQeQeQQe P J f 1 h 1flI I t 1tr THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1908 Y N i i tlrf Ut MEF1tizM R IyI Give the little pigs jslefety of room to exercise Keep the lambs growing Dont let them have a back set Shear the tops of early celery and get the plants out as soon as possible An alfalfa field and a bunch of good t easy48treti J i Put In a lot of sweet corn to help put when the pasturage i gets shortj along In July and August M f lChilly nights and on when i there are cold rains house the sheep You will be repaid for you trouble r The day of lowpriced oggs seems gone forever and the fa mer more than ever finds a source of profit in his poultry 1 tVV f There is nothing meat or smallt about the American hen She is do1 fIng great things for the ountiry eS1 peciaily the farmer Raise the collars on the horses oc casionally and wipe away the sweat L it will prevent chafing anwill make the animals feel more co fortable 4 In the feeding of soft ind moldy pastWinterGlauber salts have ill results prevenfedany Dont let the taste surround Ing get Into the butter oLtbI the cream ami make the butter ean sweet place away from the odors of the kitchen IKnow a man by the ap earance of his cows when the first go put to pas lazyIrightx q V Watch the ct ws bag just before calving Be sure it does not get in a caky condition Better milk her occasionally than to run the ris of serious trouble at the time of calvjiig- u When soil Is in the proper physical condition at the time of planting the cultivation of corn is cor aparatively easy provided the cultivations are r frequent enough to kill the weeds as soon as they start The experiment statlonsl are advis 1ngas a remedy young chicks the placingo gapetOInaffected v chicks In a basket contain ing a hot brick and some carbolic 1aCfd The chicks must non inhale the fumes more than a minute lat a time Aphis or plant lice those tiny morefeasily by using a strong e61u tion of tobacco In water Or kerosene v emulsion pr whale oil soap solution Apply remedy early when lice first hatch out and before they are hidden t by the curl of infested leaVes v It is only the stock which are in- creasingv in size and weighlj which are producing a profs r ir owner r Ftheexperiments to test the m4imtoj feed i needed to keep a l000poind steer in condition without making him gr w1t was found that there wastequired IS pounds timothy hay pO hay and seven pounds corl meal In other words unless more than this amount of feed was consumed the steer would not make a gnlwth worth considering f f r f I J Separate the milk as soon after milking aa possible f the milking Is done through sterillzBd cheese cloth the tjoAvs having been brushed andwipedoff the milkmaybe poured directly into the supply anof the separator without straf ing The dairyman who depends1upon the strainer to clean t le r than if milkingisbutter Never speed your separator up too rapidly but begin slowly and bring machine up to tha required speed gradually at the sam time turn lugon the milk flow gradually When all the milk has passed from the sup ply can one quart or soof the skim milk should be caught and poured through to flush out the ream that yvlll remain In the bowl Unless this is done some of the butter fat will ad here to the surfaces anil a small amount remain in the center of the bowl not being aWe to get out of the r machine because there fs no more milk flowing in to force it through Pouring in the skim milk forces it all r out Warm water may a used for this purpose but usualljl it Is not 0 convenient I r I a Never let the Surface of the ground rist over Pure water forth cow if you want pure milk from the cow Look for lice on the little chickens Which do not seem to be thriving Sour milk is god fotthe little chicks Good for the also Spray the curraht anti gooseberry bushes with white helehore to kill the worms Feed the lambs a mixture of oats wheat bran and oil mea if you want them to make specially rapid growth Sow some rape for the pigs It can be drilled in or broad a ted It will be ready for pasturing In about five weeks If weeds gets up before the corn run a weeder through the field It will knock the weeds Out and will bring up the corn faster The farmer who tests his seed corn is the farmer who Is saved the dis appointment of planting a whole field and not having any of it come up It Is the pig that grows right from the start which proves the most profit able animal to raise See that condi dons are right to produce the best re suIts Too much stock on the pasture is a mistake It provides insufficient food for the stock grid causes them to glaze it down so close as to permanently Injure it It takes generous feeding to build iip the muscle cells broken down by the hard work of the busy season You cannot do this by feeding cOrn to your horses Feed oats A bulls a bull to some farmers no matter df what breed or cqlor ordis mistakebull is more than Half of the herd The farmer who puts off securing his seed corn until the last thing and then plants anything he can get ready quickly deserves no sympathy when his cornfields prove a disappointment ecoriJJJpense in feeding gives you three tines the profit you can easily figure out the wisdom of generous rations Feed wisely but not niggardly On the first rainy day now get the haying tools iti shape Haying will be upon us almost before We realize it This promises to bea good hay trig year Prices may be lower the larger crops will bring the butI lto fully what they were last year Wet wood is an aggravation and there is a temptation to use coal oil to hurry matters But dont do It Many a person has tried it and been injured or fatally burned But why wet wood at all Why not have the wood supply under shelter and so far ahead that it will have good time season toI Encysted worms In sheep cannot be reached by drugs f Treatment must be preventive Th4 mature worms must be expelled from the bowels by the administration of a vermifuge surface waters must be avoided and pastures known to be infected should be pastured by other stock for a year or two Theory and then practice Put some of the new ideas you have gained from reading during tine winter and from the discussions at the farm ers institutes rou attended to work itmproveImenl practice Getnext to the new ways save ail the labor you can without danger of jeopardizing the cropt Wr as J A good scoop can be made out of quart or two quart tin vegetable aI byjneltlng or cutting off the top beginning at this open end slitting ottomlOna till between these two slits on one side Round Off the cornets at the pen end Tckke a piece of room han dle and drive jmU throUKh the bot tom of the centerNbsthecari and into the center of the brooiii Candle and there you are The scoop is complete Perhaps not quite as strong as a boughten one but very serviceable Systematic rotation of crops will prove most effective In overcoming wall corn pests especially root pests such as the root louse and the dif ferent corn root worms The Born plant is the one upon which they thrive best and rf it is removed from the ground for a year or two it will effectively exterminate them If you have a corn plat that was Infested with any of these insects ouhad better sow to milteli or coWpeas this year than to attempt another crop of corn and expect it tobe free from pests The failure of the Illinois star tion with oil of lemon on seed corn as a protector from the corn root louse shows that little is to be expected from applying fluids to the seed So long as theweather Is dry and ideal for the growth of the plant there was little trouble and the application seemed to be effective but when the weather was extremely wetthe Ideal weather for thispestthe oil of lemon was not effective r L THE INTRUDER IByMH Justice From deep underground came a hollow reverberation which told that another blast in the mine had been set off The engineer in the little shhfthouse above raised his head and listened It was not the usual hour for blasting it being now a little after four and not quite an hour till the day shift should come off duty Almost at the moment there Was a signal given frantic but weak and the man sprang forward to the hoist ing engine Gripping the lever firmly he lookedout through the dpor to see the hoisting cage go down the shaft His daughter Millie burst into the shafthoiise SVhat is It father bont know he replied with a shake of his heada Mother and I were sending when we heard it I have felt wrong all day Dave is down there today fa her Yes I let him down last one near non The unwound cable showed that th s cage had reached the bottom Bi tthere was no signalgIveI to hoist it again Something is wrong Millie 3ut the girl had rushed out the door and was bending over the shaft he 1et Theres been an explosion fa her she called See here and sh j pointed to the thin spirals of blue sn oke rising out the shaft in snake Ilk e tendrils It was n6 blast I tell you ust then came a faint signal on th cable The engineer brought the cae to the top asq ickly as he co lid Vhen it came to the top one man was the sole occupant limself hanging limply over one sid with black erred face torn clothing and shattered arm he gir bent over him Sam Blrik V she cried Immediately they had him out of the eago and on the grb uld He hadbeen a handsome fej flof big dark and strong and had come into Colorado six months before from nowhere iSam she called What has hap penecj Shaken out of his semi coin iotisness he spoke f It was an exp osion at the third level theyre alljlead Dead Millie bent over him to carcli every sentence Is Dave SdI theret VJ i the name the in jured man shuddered and a half snteeri came over his features Haint any fire damp down there whispered JSam you can go down and get your l yeriFather oh let me go she pleaded springing into the bucket But old Sullivan shook his head I am not afraid and Ive been down a hundred times She threw him her little gingham apron Wet it In the trough there I can keep it over my head I promise I will not go into the tunnel Think of Dave father At last the brave girl won but not until the shrill whistle in the shaft house told the nearby mines that there had been an accident at the Pigeon Blood mine At the bottom of the shaft she had found them lying in the stifling smoke and dynamite fumes but the dampened kept the most of it from her lungsI The fourth man she brought Dave Aster that men who had at the signal of the whistle comoI with the work The miners dead and once more in the fresh air1 Dave ived sand was atilt to stagger to his feet Same dog set a trap for us lie exclaimed A blast was set off right in our midst There was one Who needed all their attention however Itf was Sam Blake He was dying I done it Millie he whispered T wanted to catch him Dave I know he loved you and there was no other way to clear him out Sam oh Sam When you knew I loved him Yes he smiled wanly but where I canieJrom jVe put rivals out of the downonthfsIrm husky voice and Dayes strong hand grasped that of the dying man still you might have thought of the oth ers Sam shook his head with the same mysterious smile Sometimes you have to kill the whole army to catch the genernlIon1y antedthe- girlJ His head fell back and Sam Blake was no more j Silently the little party stepped back with lifted hats respectful of the grim presence Then with his arm around Millies shoulder Dave and she walked slowly doyn the val ley toward the cabin Englands Egg Consumption There aro several retail purveyors in London whose trade calls for at least 40000 fresh eggs a week The surplus from the British hennerief when me rest of the country is provided for is totally unequal to supply the demand Sweden being cold is not a firstrate egg producing country and the steam r service to England is Inadequate G jrmany Is a great eat ing country and practically uses up alt she produces America can send inferior grades but of course not new lylaid eggs Holland and Belgium produce only u few millions annual ly above their own needs Danish eggs are not popular Mn England be cause of their peculiarly halo color i r t + tMt + tf+ t ftt A TENDAYS 0 LcOStS t i For Cash r t Commencing next Saturday June 27 I willoffer every article in my storjg except grocer W lesAT COST FOR CASH for ten days This Sale Will Positively Give the People a Can S to Buy GoodsJ at Actual Wholesale Prices t Come early betore the stock is picked over and purchase a supply It wills pay ybu to bqyiiW now and put the articles away until you need them Goods were never offered ant such low ft1 prices in this section before v ij it In this space I havent room to quote prices except upon a few articles But here are some orices that ought to convince you that I mean businessLT1 W 4 All Calicoes w 5c ij Ginghams u Sc Jv Quilt Lining r 3 Quilt Batting 7c V Cotton v4c to 7c Full line of Mens shoes125 to 225 W Lts to1roFull IMen Socks6cCollars41c w t svis 100 to2SLine Ready Mixed Paints at Cost Stock Hardware Queensware and Tinware at Cost 4I i1 youWareThis SaId For Cash Dont Ask For Credit at these Prices I t OSCAR BOTTOM i BRUMFIELD KY R FiDNO 1 + tf 4t fit ISTEJENSI A lCrop destroying y furred and feathered are made short shrift of with a reliable unerring STEVENS CFor Sport or Service 1 STEVENS RIFLES SHOTGUNSPISTOLSare HIGH INQUALITY- LOW IN PRICE Ir If you cannot obtain from your Dealer we ship direct ezpreit pepold upon receipt of Cta log Price A1wallnalt on STEVENS when ordering Send f cents in lbmP1forI Illuztratcd and RvplcU with- STEVENS and i general re InCormaUon J STEVENS ARMS TOOL Co- P 0 Box 4098 LChicopee Falls Mass 50SECOND HAND = SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE All Makes Good as New GOOD ONES RANGING IN PRICES FROM 250 to 15 All GUARANTEE to do GOOD WORK Now is your chance to get a good Machine for little moneyitCall on WK J F6ISUOP- At Boblit Bishops Livery Stable SPRINGFIELD KY Overalls vii1JV ri50c to 75h and Youths Overails g 2Oc to 40cl Ladies Hose l6Jc to 15 Mens to 15f Horse to l2tf Work Bridlesjflam-es to SKfe 35e to 5 Collar Padstc BOYS of of Is r + I 4 pests t i- Ity-r r J GO TO GRIFFIN SPRINGS l 1 1 f The Reason WiItiThe Springs are located n 12 miles South of Camp bellsville on the Columbia pike Terms Reasonable s R1 FAULKNER Prop C DOHONEY Mn gal34 Rome Ky i f tbrNOTICECHICKEN RAISERS R 41144 cures Cholera Gapes Roup Canker and Limberneck Price 50c No cure No ay Guaranteed by AYDON tne Druggist Cures Gapes Instantly Bardatown Ky May 4 1908 Une drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms arid relieves the chicken instanty When fed in feed or water it is the best preventive I have ever CLUBBING RATESI WITH LOUISVILLE DAlliES The Sun and The Louisville Times onevear500T-he Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 7 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in tile week six2 30 bhdthThe Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailYIHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 90 t r ftttom qooooooo ouA e eaeoeoeneoeaeoeQoeni 0 VYllEN YOU WANT TO KEEP C 60 T- OA1ien Ice Crea r I Parlorr L rand Confectioner Vou wilI always find at A the best Ice Cream Reffesi Soft Drinks and the best tail and Fruits the market afford Le nAlleProprietort t ia Q O O OepQ o taL uirtt nttsar t 1 T v 7iw IP17Y THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1908 i I SPRINGFIELD SUN f ISSUED EVERY wED NESDY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance t J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission throug the mails as secondclass matter LtTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 5100NxThree Months 4 25 WIn writing to have your addre changed papergWiSh it sent f DEMOCRATIC I TICKErvj1 if FOR iHON BEN OF NELSON COUNT- YANNOUNCEMENTS I FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A C- Kimball asa candidate for the omia tion for Sheriff otWashingtonbounty- subject to the of the Democratic party DeputIes RIchard Bobli t Sam JJ Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and Hubert Virgin PORSHERIFF We are authorized to announce S J Anderson for Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Byron Croake Gep Powell Sam Hale and H RlEddleman i MR COCANOUGHER l y Talks of Owls and Tell of An In Vr c terestingTrip He Recently i Made I Probably any of the youthtul read ers ot The Sun know but littleiabout 011thatoncer much but theGreat Gray owl as nat S a ists call lt that used to vilit the hen roost and carry to a safe distance o many fat hens They were once ye plentiful The early settlers considered it an evil omen when its hooting was heard near their cabin or camp It is nearly extinct now except in wooded y districts of our country for it loves the deep dark shades of the forest here it can hide away in some hollow tree by r day and come forth at night onjnoise Jess wings in search of its prey These birds at times are greatly disturbed by the presence of crows which flock around them in great numbers flying at their enemy andscreamIng in such loud tones as to make th woods ring with their harsh cries which can be beard a mile away We recently passed through the woods in the gloaming of the evening when dark shadows and in distinct objects assume ghostly orms and the last note of the had died away in the gathering gloomI It was in this shadowy hour that we saw one of these large birds alight A tall oak near by She had uponI come cramped and hungry fro Best which was snugly hiddenjaway somewhere in the hollow of some old tree and in which from three to six little white downy owlets must soon appear She gaye that harsh shrieking cry peculiar to this bird The answer ing note by her mate from a neighbor Jtng tree seemed to announce th4 fact that the evening meal was ready for he had been fortunate enough to catch a large hare in a nearby thicket Which served as a feast with a remnant left after which she again returned tp her nest These two are the only onejs we lorelyThereNorth America varying in size from the little Pigama owl of the Rocky Mountains that is but seven niches long to the one we saw the other ven ing which is two and onehalf feet These mighty wanderers range from the extreme polar regions to the re- D Qttst oceanic islands and are found ir every country and climetUnder a pretense of business butwas really to escape the routihe of duty that on last Sat urdaymormng Bishop Key and the trip up in Boyle For fear we should not get our dinner we ate some blac ber ries that hung so temptingly from the vine by the way When we came tothe stump where once stood a largewhite oak tree Oft which the Marion and Washington line corners and where the Boyle line passes we stppped and walked around that noted stump 1ii- chLcir put us in three counties We 4 goodriewi county poor house and is kept b l Mr Lue Martin A good dirt road is a IojjJ greet improvemeht over a creek road and we want to congratulate the people on the change Wecame to Mr W T Arnolds a cousin by marriage where we found our only aunt the Widow Young who expects to visit her niece Mrs Arnold for a week A fellow is getting poor in relations when he has only one aunt by blood left While here we went down in a Toodland of some twenty five acres on the farm of Messrs Joda and James Edwards that lies near the head waters of Beech Fork near Crains school house where we saw a grapevine of the winter variety which Mr Arnold says has grown but little infifty years It is fourteen inches in diameter and fifty feet long Bro Johnnie became en thusiastic when he saw this huge vine as its trunk stood alone in midair like some gnarled and twisted monster which doubtless is as old as the tree on which it leans while its multiplied branches literally cover the top of the oak Its long trunk long body and thick bark all tell us something of its great age Doubtless long before Boone and his hardy companions in vaded the Wilds of Kentucky and decades before Harrods Fort whose one hundred and thirtieth anniversary was recently celebrated were thought of its tendrils were gently taking hold of the branches of the fortyfour inch oak that supports it which was bent some fifteen feet from the ground in its effort to bear its burden Thuswe find nature illustrating in a practicable way the theory that the strong should support the weak In the edge of this woodlawn we found two stumps one a hickory and the other a black oak each some thirty inches across and only three apart where cut off while the roots were all interwoven yet they dwell together in peace We have been observing nature all our lives but never saw anything like this It is a wonder how a plot of grbund could support so much timber growth We stopped to see Mr Woodson Arnold who was born near Crainstown which is not foundon the map of Kentucky Marth 4th 1835 His family are of old Virginia stock having come from that country at an early day He joined the Beech Grove church in 1853 and is a good quiet cit izen His wife Mrs Mary C Arnold nee Tolley was born where Mr Woodson Begley now lives sixtynine years ago When thirteen years of age her father moved to Lafayette count Wisconsin She was married to Mr Arnold June 23 1856 They have three living Mr W T Arnold Mrs Lizzie Campbell ot Springfield and Mrs Matty Hair and one dead Twenty seven years ago she had the misfortune to lose her eyesight but is remarkably cheerful and pleasant and often cooks and attends to her household duties and is honored and beloved by all thus proving what a blessing onecan be un der very adverse circumstances Mr Willie Arnold has o pair of spectacles that must be more than one hundred years old They were used by a faroff kinswoman After enjoying a good dinner and a pleasant time in a kind home we started on our way but had not gone very far until Bro Keymade- a raid on some plum trees that stood nearby and oh my what plums We stopped at Mr Polk Crams where we were very delightfully entertained with song and conversation by his wife Mrs Ellen Cram and attractive daughter Miss Cora Then down Short Line where we saw for the first time Mr Will Edwards nice new dwelling on by Enido home and none too soon4 for the sun by this time had hidden its face beneath the western horizon We met several attractive young ladies which was very delightful to our friend This part of Boyle is known as the u West Endand is gently rolling but a good ly neatInot least there tlwellda noble people Corn is fairly good but not in an average condition gardens asa whole are not look ing well meadows are hardly up to an average and the mail boxes we did see That welcome visitor The Spring field Sun has invaded this country and sheds its beams of light in many homes in West Boyle Uncle Sam is surely doing a rushing business And the fruit crop is nearly a failure but on Mr Grains place w saw two large apple trees literally oaded ith fruit As in the materi so in the spiritual world there are sonany bearing fruit trees The Remedy hal Does Dr KingJ5 New Discovery is the remedy does the healing others saysMrP HIt is curing me pf throat and lung trouble of long standing that other mporarllyNewgood that I feel confident it continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This re n cough and cold jsmedv and Haydo100 Trial bottle frle Sickness Caused Repentance A somewhat amusing tale of au In terrupted double elopement is reported from Turin Jtdly Two daugh tern of Q Turin merchant vrho eloped with two Young meij ansome M their fathers money lave been moved to repentance by seafllcki ess They took ship at Marseilles bit were so terribly that they Imp ored the captain to put them the first port of call Th y thentook the nearest route home t f 1SJSIS SIfSsi lell e el 81 SSSSS- J e el JULY I H CLEARANCE SALEr NOW GOING ON AT THE uBIG STORE Will continue until August 1st Dont waif till it is too late to come here and get some of I = =The Greatest Bargains = = I Ever offered to the people of Washington and adjoining counties 40000 HighGrade Merchandise offered regard THIS CONTINUE TILL AUGUST Irecord breaker IsortedEvery Item will be Included from the Different Departments Dry Goods Dress Goods White Goods Wash Fabrics Laces Embroideries Gloves Hosiery TieningsWaistsMenstains Window Shades Curtain P6les I Extra Clal I IIFRIDA1i11 Three Spools Thread for 1Oc Dress Goods and Silk Dept All Voile 40 in wide Copenha gen Blue and Gray 75c value sale price per yd 25c One assorted lot Novelty Suitings 36 in wide nice for ladies and girls suits 50c value sale price 29c pc black all wool Voile 42 in value 65c 1One pc black all wool Vjenitian 25c 50c pc yd wide black Taffeta Silk 95c value 75c One pc yd wide black Taffeta Silk 125 value 98c One all wool Cream Albatross 36 in wide 50c value 39c Wash Goods Department Good line Dress Ginghamsi7cB- est Domestic Dress GinJhams10c Beautiful Imported 50c Dress Ginghams 35c Noveltv Ginghams 25c value for15c Yd wide Percale lOc value 7c Yd wide Percale 15c valuelOcL- adies Suit Department ILadles Worth of for sale = less of cost SALE WILL I It will be a Dont miss this chance to see cure x Etc 4 t wool i s AcJ I 2500 YardsE- MBROIDERY I Ii THAT SOLD FOR 10 Cents TO 35 At1 OneHalfM CentsI Iwe Quote Some Prices From Each DepartmentTo An Idea of the- Wonderful Bargains You Can jet During This Sale We have a lot of Suits one of a kind that sold for 10 to 15 We will close them at 250 to 498 loorsizeyourlifeBoys Suits new goods at cost Some few J price 1IApron It Linen Department j60 inch white Table Damask for35c64 inch white Table Damask 85c value 63c 72 inch white Table Damask 125 value 90c pricedozFine Linen Napkins 300 value sale price doz 225 t 4cHemmedHemmed 20x42 Towels eacp12c Carpet Department yd20cSultanaUnion Ingrain Carpets per d32c 40cAllMattings regular 15c gradelOcMattings regular 20c and 25c grades 15cMattings9x12 Brussels Rugs 1350 grade1000 9x12 Brussels Rugs 1650 grade 1200 9x12 Velvet Rugs 2250 grade 1500 Hearth Rugs at cut prices Clothing Department All 2500 2250 and 2000 Suits ex cept blacks and blues 1500 1200AllstylesWe lesstt Half Price i than cost Mens and Boys Odd Pants at Bargain Prices Sixty pairs Mens Satin Calf and Kid Shoes in good style toes and comfortable last worth 2 to 250 go in this saleat 139 Twentyfour pfcirs Mens Buckle Plow Shoes at 141 Twentysix Mens Kid Oxfords worth 175 to 250 go in this sale atL21 Eighteen pairs Mens Paten Kid Oxfords worth 2 to 250 now go at 149 Sixty pairs Ladies Vici and Patent Oxfords in good style and toe uptodate lasts will sell at cost Womens and Childrens White Canvass Oxfords at half price A few pairs of Little Gents Shoes sizes 13 to 2 worth 150 we will sell at 99c Sixteen pairs Boys Shoes sizes 2 to 5 worth 2 eo at 149 The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED 1 I Y QUARTERLY REPORT v OF THE I 7Sl FARMERS BANK MACKVILLE KY At the close of business the 30th diyof Junej 1908yJJ RESOURCES = Loans and Discounts5468581Overdrafts secured 98DueBanks 562192 Due from State Banks and Bankers 47787260 25 1388217 uue from Trust Companies 1OOOiOOOtherMortgages iia U S Bonds r Other Stockb and Bonds 8ecie87293 at2272t93tExchangeOther Items carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures 1 35636 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses lastQuarter J Give description location value i and how long owned alU bankinghouse v longer than five years 7410805 t LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 1500000 Surplus Fund JLtAJ OO NDueDeposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 4228716- DePositssubJect check on paidDemand deposit paidTime h which interest is paid1400000 5628Tlfe Saving deposits on which in kterest is paid Certified Checks Due National Banks 405T Due StateTSanks ana Bankers v vv Due Trust Companies outstandingBillsrediseounted r Unpaid dividends i 450OO unpaidCapital 7 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholderVperson company or firm in eluding in the liability of the companyor firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirect ly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that bank How is indebtedness stated in V abov item 1 secured Highest amount of indebted ness of any director or offi cer if the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 cent of paidup caPlt815 Stock of bank How is same secured Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liabil ity of the company or firm the liability members thereof exceed 30 t per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus If so state amount of such indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses in terest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of pet profits of the bank for theoperiod covered by the divi dend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend f Ji was declared 741O805i State ofKentuckytSCounty of Washington f I J M Smith Cashier of Farm doingbusiness duly15wornall respects a true statement of the the said Bank at the closer of business on the 30th day of June 1908 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the dusij ness of sail Bank has been transacteweat the location named no f e where and that the above report is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secr tart of State designating the 30th day Jun e 1908 as the day on which such report shall be made J M Smith Cashier Elvin Birchs John Peter John T Sweeney Directors Subscribed arid sworn to before me pJuJftl908Notary Public iMy commission expires Feb 13 1910 I It Cant Be BeatI J The best of all teachers 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 is right its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all run down conditions Best too for chills guarariteeatHaydon Land of Cider The left bank of the Rhine In the alttTrevessuperior brand Is cabled vletz and this shares with the Taunus brand the reputation of being the best elder In th world In both the spelerllng or iorb apple or service apple almal11We t fruit pecuHar to Europe ig uwU l iJ Ii 4 r 4 j r I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1908 i t i33 Per dent Discount We are overstocked in the following r goodsj t I j 1 EadiesJ Waists I Skirts T V i i Readymade India Linen Dresses j t FMuslinI Underwear 1 Parasols x f 1 I ISpecal prices on th e above goods for next Saturday FOR CASH J33 13 per cent fe 1 These goods are all CleanPUPaCHASID THIS SPRING M GRUNDYt McINTIRE LaDr G T y burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTYJ i All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfie cL Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News l Notes FoR RENT Three rooms in the Searcy flat Phone 127L 1 On next Sunday morning the Spring field Baptist church will have its regu lar quarterly business meeting All members are urged to be present J The Sunday schoolof the Baptist church will give a picliic on July loth tlo which all are most cordially invited The place of holding same will be an nounced later j tr The members of the children s bri gadeof the Methodist church will serve ice cream andsherbe t in the parson age yard next Tuesday evening July EveryonJeordiallv pays its losses in full j J N Wells General Mn j Junction City In this issue of THE SUN is Kyjtpage advertisement setting of the features of the tauqua It will only bje read this advertisement be convinced that the Chautauqua this year will be- the greatest the association has yeti conducted The attention of the peopl of Washington county js again called Ito the Washington County Day On that day at 230 an address will ie delivered by Hon Champ Clark j1 F II TAtHAM SPRINGS Since our last writing we have had a fine ran which was much appreciated AsJhe weather was unlikely last y night there was not as large wasfexpe began last Monday Miss Elizabeth Roberts of Spring field who has been at the Springs here for the past three weeks is much improved Mr Will Simms and family spent last Sunday at the home of Mr Mat Wells Mrs G W Shirley and Miss Ev Pinkston spent Saturday with Mrs Pmkston familYsPenSaturday e t of his parent 9 hfie Notice to Taxpayers The schooltax for the year 1908 is now due arid you are hereby notified that after the 15th of Augusta penalty of five per cent will be added to all unpaid tax My office over the Peoples Bank will Abeopenall during the da for the collection of these taxes G C WHARTON Treasurer The Cash System From July 1 will ccnducta strictly cash business We are forced to adopt this method because of the very high prices we pay for all kinds of feed stuff and of course it is necessary for us to pay cash for this feed Con sequently We must have cash V WHARTON TAPP Liverymen The latlies of the Mackville Christian church will give a court day dinner in Springfield county court day in Oct ber f ColorathiGrantsWILD irP1 1 1 j SHOWS II il IJ 1WILL EXHIBIT AT SPRINGFIELD 1 UFAT IGHT Ii I I ABSOLUTELY THE BEST 1I1 liUli i V l Ft annnQoQOQQ QQO n I Personal Notes Ia 0 e Visitors In and Out of TownA to deUp ofthe Weeks Q Personal News n aQa Mr and Mrs W F Miekirk and son George are spending the week at Griffin Springs t Miss Eula Vathen returned to her home at Bardstown Junction Tuesday atter a several weeks visit to Miss Flaget Simms Mrs Hawkins and littleson Maurice ot Lawrencebnrg are visiting Mrs Hawkins parents Mr and Mrs M L Searcy Misses Fannie and Annie McElroy left Tuesday for a several weeks stay at Crab Orchard a Miss Sue Ray who has been in Battle Creek Mich and Chicago Ill for several weeks returned home Sat urday Misses Althaire Medley and Flaget Simms will leave Thursday for a visit to relatives in Owensboro Mr Charles Cooper of Louisville is the guest of his cousin Mrs Teresa Hagan Mrs Jamesj Allen and Miss Annie Laurie Hughes of BloorhfieId spent Tuesday at the home of Dr WVf RayIMss Fannie Durham of Camp bellsyille is visiting her son Mr J R Durham Mr Will 0 Nan was ih Blopmfield Monday Miss Susie Penn ntertainedat Euchre Thursday afternoon Mrs Rogers Gore entertained Thursday afternoon in honor ofherr sis ter Miss Nettie Hansbrough of Hodg TasMiss Wopdridge of Render EdC wson rsv H Sweeney and sonj of Louisville are visiting friends and relatives heredMr James L Wharton of Grand Raptds Mich is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J L Wharton Miss Lydia McElroy of Oklaho witaElroy MrR L Linebaugh of Oklahoma City Okla spent Sunday witty Misses Lizzie and Josie Lee Mr Jack McChord left Tuesday tor Whitley county to attend a hou e party giyen by Mr and Mrs Haryby Mur dock Mr Harry ONan of Louisvill spent Saturday and Sunday with hi parents Mr and Mrs H M 9 Nan anYchildren have returned to Louisville e after a visit to Mrs Hayes parents Mr and Mrs W H Leachman r Mrs Jim Duncan of Louisville i visiting relatives h eIIMrs S C McGill and children are Visiting her father Mr Ralph Hagan of Fairfield Miss Margaret Moore of Bards town is the guest of Miss Margaret Spalding Miss Ella Duncan left last Thurs day for a trip East Mr Fred Manget of Lpuisvillei spent Sunday at the home ot Mr J W Lewis Lebanoospent Friday here Mr James Pettus of Stanfor- visited at the home of Mr J F Pettus Monday Mr and Mrs J F Pettus and chil dren have returned from a visit to re atives in Stanford Mr Chas Haydon has returned to ShelbyvJle after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon Mr Tom Edelen is at Tatha Springs Mrs J H Hayes of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr arid Mrs G E Edelen Miss Mary Lizzie Coomes of ne Bloomfield is visiting her sister Mrs L D Baker Mrs J M Bevil of Cleveland 0 is the guest of Mrs WF Booker Dr E M Miller of Loretto spent Sunday at the home of Dr W F Trusty Mr Will Medley has returned Owensboro after a visit to his parent- Mr and Mrs G E Medley Miss Regina Lanham returned to her home in Louisville today after a Visit to her sister Mrs Tom Hardesty Miss Margie Bonta of Mt Zion visited her sister Mrs S H Bishop this week Mr S H Bishop visited his father t who is quite ill at his home near Bloomfield Monday and Tuesday wasfis not so well dt this time Having suffered a relapse he is now confined to his bed We are glad to reportltiir Ben Edwards out again after a lingering ill Ness ValleyHillthe effects of chronic rheumatism Miss Blanche Bonta of Mt Zion accompanied by Mr Vallas Pinkston visited relatives in town last Saturday and attended the ball game Mrs Sam Dorsey of Indiana is the guest of Mrs Palmer Goatley near Valley Hill MrsW F Moran visited Mrs Susan Hughes of near Valley Hill Monday Prof Stith Thompson of Indianap olis Ind is visiting fiends and rely tives here Miss Sallie McElroy entertained a few of her friends at Flinch last Wed nesday eveningSMr Tom Peter and wife of Indianapolis Ind returned home Monday after a visit to his mother Mrs Lud Peter of Indianapolis Miss Margaret Robertson is m Louisville Mrs Bessie Riedel has returned from a two Weeks visit to relatives in Louisville 7MJJohn Claybrooke of Lexing ton is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs TrR Cla brooke Misses Dant Perkins and Smith of Lorettla were here today enroute to Tatham Springs Mr Lapsley = Swing and wife of Louisville are guests of Mrs L M Gregory 4 Miss Lynn of Lancaster is Visiting Mrs Elizabeth Hord Miss Ellen Wathen wiU leave- hursday for a two weeks visit Ito rel atives in Owensboro ofLouisvllIewIllMr and Mrs W H Leachman Mr Shaker Robertson left last En ay ffojr a visit to Mr and Mrs J mes C Cheschier of Fort Scott Kansas sonCharleseveningghR McElroy Mrs Mate Glover of Kansas aEMiss Campbell and who resided in this county when a child ishere on a visit to her sister Mrs S U VanArsdale Thi is Mrs Gloers first visit since she left here thirtyfive years ago and she and Mrs anArsdale had not met since that hereandsareedBooker John Kelly Mrs J C Willett Mrs Nannie Simms Mr and Mrs J F Simms Miss Katherine Simms Mr Rtcksetts Preritis Boblitt W K Robertson und- wife G Po Thompson T E Wilj son H E Litsey Carl Wheatley C H Whiteman C C Yancey Miss Lora Yancey Miss Margaret Lyddane attat her beautiful home near FrederIcksburg on Tuesday the follow ing persons Mrs Palmer Goatley and daughter Mrs Ferguson of Augusta Ga Mrs S 11 Dorsey ot Franklin Ind Mr and Mrs J W Tucker Rev W H Williams and Mrs C R Mc Henrynand the hos pdthereof they expressed their desire to soon again enjoy a feast of good things in the same home 1SPARRO Y Farmers are very busily engaged in threshing wheat which is not turning expectedmwas a crop clover har vested in this vicinity w ith fine weath ere for curing after the beautiful showers that we have been having Corn and tobacco look very nice arRev H L Olmstead conducting a series of meetings at Fair Mound with much success School will begin at this place August 3d with A W Wash as teacher Died at her home on June 26th Mrs Mollie Webb wife of Oscar Webb She was twentysix years dId and is sur vived by her husband one son four hadtosev m sthat dreaded diseaSeconsumption- She bore an excellent character and was a kindhearted Christian lady bearing her suffering with patience never murmering but often saying she was ready and waiting for the coming ot her Master She confessed her faith in Christ at an early age and united with the Christian church being a con sistent member until her death tilTbe Springfield Sun 100 per year t r Special Prices 1 LCUDUNCAN SFOR f One Week tt The prices quoted below ought to and no doubt f will interest the people of Springfield and Washington t county Come in before this time next week and get r some of the bargains toof IIHopeHoosier Cotton 5c 5CII IprIces 1907 bf Hart Schaffher 5 Marx We are offering our entire stock Menjs Youths and at greatly reduced prices1 Calland us Ve will save you money oh anything you need in the Dry Goods line Wall Paper a Rolland up Ingrain Carpets 35cjaridup CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN Miss Ethel Rogers spent last week with friends at Tatham Miss Retta Barker has returned to her home in Springfield after a months visit to friends and relatives at this lace Miss Louise Fenwick spent last week with Misses Zelma and Marge Oder of MackvilleMr Mrs W T McMillan of Springfield were guests of their daughter Mrs JW Barker one day last weekMisses Hattie Bowles and Mattie Begley were guests of Miss Sadie Fen wick Saturday afternoon Miss Edna Smith of is visiting relatives at this place this week Several from this place attended the ice cream supper at Mackville Saturday night Miss Fannie Logsdon has returned to her home after a weeks visit to relatives I and friends at this place accompanied by Mr John KelleytMr and Mrs W A Barker spent last Sunday with Mr Thad Anderson Check Ginghams 5c e t 94 Brown Sheeting 2oc 11 104 Brown 220 Copyright Jof Childrens Clothing see 3c PENWICK Springfield Sheeting and familyjMrs Sallie Hallof Booker apeKL ilast week with her parents Mr ateMrs W T Simms of this place r Miss Sadie Mayes was the pletisxn guest of Miss Mattie Begley Sunk last Mr and Mrs J N Bowlesspent last baturday with Mr U G Martin andC family Mr Yhitemanbou ht of Mir IWallace a price B known Mr W T Darker and wife ef thMi place were gusts of Mr J D Baxha9ra ndayiwere in Spnngf eld Saturday afternwiKi Mr Clarenc Qraveswas the guest of his aunt ai Bear Wallow Saturd gI nighttMasters Joseph and Edgar Grayer spent Saturday night with their sister r Mrs James Lai ham Mr and Mrs Oscar Harmon andstie son Lloyd of Mackyille werwfc pleasant guest of Mr R B Graves and family S um ay MIss Estelle Fowler has zeta rfathernher brother Cli ton Fowler c iis Likely to Break Out Lightning f is Likely to Striia Are You InsuredIf not see Ms We represent the SHAWNEE FIR INSURANCE Ceone or companies in the wprld A L rTE It Gentlemen I insured tny tobcobarn on Mahr 1919Q6vritk XJc Smock and J W Bush in Shawnee Fire Ins Co Bar i was struck by Hhvt ning May 29 reported loss June 12 was paid in full Ju iil6 MinT SALJM We make a specialty of TOBACCO BARS and TOBACGiJ We give short rates on Tobacco DR SMO 5jf JW ION f kf J r L1iLrw wm r- Iw t SPRINGFIELDf6 SUN WEDNESDAY JULY i 8 1908 fcToR 1 Vf KNOTT J a 1I1 r r ASSEMBLYINCQRPORATED n JULY 6iI 90SJULY25d It jSFdfIN NEW AUDITORIUM BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS AN IDEAL PLACE FOR CAMPING AN UNEXCELLED PROGRAM lFINEMUSIC 1 BASE BALL SERIES OF SIX GAMES = I J r SEASON TICKETS Adults X200 Children 125oI SOME ATTRACTIONS f WhitICaptJackWallace Bruce Amsbarv Poet and Raconteur W A Colledge Literary and Dialect Lecturer Miss Florence Maybrick of EnglishjPrison Fame who tells wonderful story of Injustice and Wrong FirstClass Restaurant and Dining flall an GroundsRates i Reasonable WALLACE BRUCE AMSBARY POET AND LITERARY ARTIST Will manage the platform and giveja series of Literary Lectures in t e mornings of second week j He is heralded as the greatest platform manager in they country and will be worth a season ticket a i ne JOHN B RATTO IMPERSONATORi Sterling IlL Gazette The imper f4 foreifi given John B Ratto was the clever work of an artist of the highest ord rHe fe 4gtnone but words of praise I r d a IRr y ti f a g FATHER JOHN PDALY IOF MILWAUKEE WIS A Catholic Orator of national fame He Is called The Boys Friend and has iven his life in a work for home less boys An authority on Juvenile Court and its methods He will lecture on the evening of the 20th and after noon of 21st Subjects 1 TheHorne less Child and Juvenile Court 2 The American Citizen SYLVESTER A LONG- A GREAT TftE AT FOR ALL One of the foremost Y M C A lecturers in America Gotten specilly for Sabbath the 19th Will also lec ture Monday 20th in afternoon his famous Lightning and Toothpicks Every ambitious boy and girl oughtrt6 hear Kim Dont miss this THE NEW AUDITORIUM I I AI J j FRANK B LANE Mr Frank B Lane is one of the most thoroughly original geniuses among our contemporary lecturers He is a man of an idea he talks because he has something to saYi Possessing a magnetic personality bubbling over with wit and humor and havinr withal anatural grace and ease cf manner he captivates his audience from the start TENTS AND TENTING SPACE 10x12 4QQ V 4751142X1146tF iv 550 1 12x20 Wall 850 Ji17x25 Wall 1000 20x30 Wall 1100fi Ifor information write TffOS M CORN LI ON Secretary FRANK DIXON FLASHING WIT AND HUMOR A regular gathng gun delivery that hurled oratorical cannon balls and Small shot unceasingly for nearly two hbiirs The fire of his eye and the clarion o- tesjQi WHITNEY BROS QUARTETTE s The toniest highest priced Quartette in America will be i with us July 1617 and18 They will be assisted bv Mrs Foss Lampell Whitney Reader and Interperter If you want music best the Chautauqua affords Dont miss the Whitneys u HON CHAMP CLARK OF MISSOURI All Washington county knows kin and isproud of him Will appear on 24th and deliver his lecture Pictures ue Public Men i Reception to Cham Clark at 430 pn Chautauqua grounds and all will want meet him and shake his hand This is especially for Wash ington county people Dont miss it- t GOV J FRANK HANLY OF INDIANA- A man with convictions The chief executive of Indiana who believes in law enforcement Subject for his Chautajjqua address The Patriotism of Peace reo i fa t tyfy dxyr j i Ir it r to MRS FLORENCE MAYBRICK The most u idely known woman in two continents Spent 15 years lP English prison on false charge of mar deririg her husband Has a wonderful Englishoinjustice Years Chautauqua and drew immense t crowds everywhere She will tell her story on last day in afternoon CAPTAIN JACK CRAWFORD I r John P Rockerfeller Sr said after listening to this marvelous mari for over an hour at Hampton Terrace South Carolina I want to thank tor a most delightful evening your story is the strongest and most effective I have ever heard from pulpit or platform and is especially interesting to me because like yourself I never knew the taste of intoxicants Young man here is something for you to think aboutHon William Jennings Bryan in his recent lecture at the University of Michigan after quoting from the Poet Scouts beautiful poemuWhar the Hand o odis Seen said Theo dare Roosevelt and Capt Jack Crawford the Poet Scout are striking e YPress z 100 Priz t Base Ball SeriesTe- ams rei front Lebanon Springfield Campbellsville New Haven Will Contest and an exciting Contest Assured These games will be played on JULY 17 18 2O 22 23 24 and 25V ONE ADMISSION TO CHAUTAUQUA AND ITS PRIVILEGES AND BASE BALL AS WELL tI DONT FAIL TO COME AND ROOT I k t For Information Write THOS M CORNEILSON Lebanon Kyk f r f 0t a 1 i fi1I T 1 I 1 O L T III t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNEgDAYrJULY 8 1908 1 I TbeRbd lfairJi- L1J t By SBaHngOoatd t Copyright- InlS76 we took a house In one j i or ofBrlYleband a grownjup daughter and my self and we bad two maids a cook and the other was house and parlor maid in one We had not been a fart night In the house before my daughter said to me one morning Mamma I do not like Janethat was our parlor maid Why so I asked She seems fe jspfectable and she does her work sys tematically I have no fault to find with her none whatever 1 She may do her work said Bes sie my daughter but I dislike inquis Itiveness L Inquisitiveness I exclaimed What do you mean Has she been looking in your drawers No mamma but she watches nie It is hot weather now and when I ajin in my room occasionally I leave my door open whilst wrjting a lett rpr doingany little bit of needlework and then I am almost certain tq hear her outside If I turn sharply around I see her slipping out of sight It jis most annoying I really was unaware p4ronagewhile to spy out my proceedings SUfieitsuppose so There was a alight hesitation in her voice If not Jane who can it be1 r Are you sure it is not cook Oh no it is not cook she Is busy bjrthereroom upon the landing after having caught that girt watcning me If you have caught her said I I suppose you spoke to her about her impropriety wordllhaveheardber4tlIlYturned torun when I went to JButYes but I did not find her on the landing when I got outside Where was she then 1 dont know But did you not go and see- She slipped away with astonishing celerity said Bessie I can take no steps in the matter If she does it again speak to her and remonst ate But I never have a chance She 1s gone hIa moment She cannot get away so quickly as all that Somehow she does And you are sure it is Jane agaip I asked and agin she replied If not Jane who else can it be There Is no one else in the house So this unpleasant matter ended for the time The next intimation of something of the sort proceeded from another quarterin fact from Jane herself She came to me some days later and said she was going to lea as she objected to being watchefl while at work After close question ing J learned that while she had nevqr seen anyone spying pn her she sus pected Bessie On several occasions as she was sweeping or going about Tier work she said she would hear the rustling of a dress a don turning about quickly could catch a glimpse of disappearing skirts She admitted that while she caught a glimpse of A dress which she described as a light cotton printa kind of frock that Bes sie did not possessshe had never seen the girls face j SAfter some persuasion I got her to reconsider her determination to leave It was not long after this that both Bessie and the maid Jane came to me again and said they wanted tp apologize to each other for their sus picions Both had seen the mysterious girl or ghost or whatever it wad and again while they could find no trace of her they both had noticed 4 that she had red hair Hitherto I had not mentioned the topic tomy husband I knew so well that I should obtain no help froth him that I made no effort to seek id He would Pish and Pshaw and make some slighting reference to rurthertroubleBut one day to my great astonishment 1e referred to it himself Julia said heUI wish you would discharge that new stupid redhaired servant you havo introduced into the house Redhaired servant I echoed j Yes that redhaired girl I have seen about She thrusts herself inte my study in a most oltensiveanobj cUonable way Tlt glrTTnust b dismissed i I wish she could bedlsmlssedj said j What do you mean I did not answer my husband for r reallydid not know what answer to jIhouse who had not seen the haired girl except possibly the cookj fro whom I could gather noth ing but whom I suspected ofj mySiteriousadmit 4The situation remained unaltered I for a wek5Tie mystery was un solved No fresh light had been thrown f on it I did not again see or hear anY1 thing out of the way nor did my band i presume for he made no ther remarks relative to the extra ser1 St j vant who had caused him so much annoyance I presume he supposed that I had summarily dismissed her However one evening abruptly we had a new sensation My husband Bessie and I were at dinner and we were partaking of the soup Janet standing by waiting to change our plates and to remove the tureen when we dropped our spoons alarmed by fearful streams Issuing from the kitchen By the way characteristical ly my husband finished his soup be fore he laid down the spoon and said Good gracious What is that Bessie Jane and It were by this time at the door and we rushed together to the kitchen talrs and one after the other ran down them I was the first to enter And I saw cook wrapped in flames and a paraffin lamp on the floor broken aid the blazing oil flowing over it I had sufficient presence of mind to catchup the matting which was not impregnated with the oil and to throw it round cook wrap r tightly in it and force her down on the floor where nbt overflowed by the oil T held her thus and Bessie succoured me Jane was too frightened to do other than scream The cries of the burnt woman were terrible Presently my husband appeared Dear me Bless me Good gra cious he said You go away and fetch a doctor I called to him you can be of no possible service hereyou only get in our way Run for a doctor In a little while we had removed the poor woman to her rodm she shrieking the whole way upstairs and when there we laid her on her bed and kept her folded in the mat tlng till a doctor arrived in spite of her struggles to be free The poor creature was frightfully burned 3he was attended to devotedly by myself and Bessie till a nurse was obtained from the hospital For hours she was as one mad with terror aa much as with pain Next day she was quieter and sent for me I hastened to her and she begged the nurse to leave the room I took a chair and seated myself by her bedside and expressed my pro found commiseration and told her that I shquld like to knowhow the ac cident had taken place f Maam it was the redhaired girl did it The redhaired girll Yes maam I took a lamp to see how the fish was getting onand all at once I saw her rush straight at me Was the First to Enter and II calked thinking she would knock me i own and the lamp fell over and smashed and my clothes caught ndu Oh cool you should not have taken the lamp uIts done And she would never leave meal ne till she had burntor scalded me You neednt be afraijl she dont haunt the house It Is imo she has haunted because of what I Icdid to herb Then you know her She was in service with me as kitchen maid at my last place near Cambridge 11 took a sort of hate against her she was such a slattern and so inquisitive She peeped into my letters and turned out my box and drawers she was ever prying and when I stroke to her she was that saucy I reglar hated her And one day she was kneeling by the stove and I was there too and I suppose the devil possessed me for I upset the boiler as was on the hotplate right upon her just as she looked up and It poured over her face and bosom and arms and scalded her that dreadful she died And sijnce then she has haunted me But shell do so no more She wont trouble you further S ehas done for mras she has always minded to ce I scalded her to death The unhappy woman dId not ra cover Dear meno hope 1 said my husband when informed that the doctor despaired of her And good cooks ihe so scarce By the way that red haired girl s bonegone forever t saId ITrac ng the Mound Builders In what is now Indian Territory before the Europeans came the tribes that built mounds had changed their mode of life to a roving one and therefore it is hard to tell whether they were related to the peoples of Mexico In any c seso much of the region about the Rio Grande has ben unexplored archaeologically that defi nite conclusions may not yet be drawn as to t relationship of the mound builders of Louisiana to those of east ern Mexico Dr W F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual alwzyzre11atIe- and the best dividendpaying company In the world Your insurance solicited DR M w HYATT DR JNO m SPAULD1NG J OFFICE OVER THE REDtCROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to12J mDR HYATT 4 to 5 p m Dr SPAULDING2 to 4 p m And in office all Night t J C Aludd ISPmNG I KENTUCKY OFFICE oven c J HAYDONS DRUG TORE Office Hours 8 to 9 AM 1 to 2 p M J H LAMPTON MD SPRINGFIEID KY Office in Opera House Office phone NO5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONESI Dayl 49 i Night 109 T SCOTT M AYES- ATTYATLAW T Springfield Ky Wl11fr tice In the cqiirts of aIidaOjo nin counties the Court of Appeak- andFederiilCourts I C ClcCIIORD Wlfl uractico in nil State and Federal Courts M D CLAYBROOKEA- TTYATLAWr Springfield Ky Will practice in tile courts of Washington and ftillriinintr innTittftrt and in the nrtnrt nf Appeals I i W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will ra tlce 4n the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and hi conrtof ApjKjals MARSHALL DUNCAN F LAWYER Springfield Ky EuildinkWill Washington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals SM CAAIPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky JtyWillable Phone 84 CU3IBERLAND PHONE R F Ds Yoi JIE SHELBY BREEDER OF i D u r 6S v i n eSPR1FIEr Booking orders for Spring Pigs now EITHER SEX W B PRINT SALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM ROUT JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director Arid Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD kENTUcKY Best Attention Every courtsey own Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 The Sun and Daily KentuckyState Journal 4both one year M The Buyers IGUIde are repre 1Tsented in our advertising columns everyIstamps them as enterpris a ing progressive men of business a I credit to our town and deserving of support Our advertising columns a Bjiyers Guide to fair Idealin If honest prices I town I r Dont UseaScarecrowI fif 1 your the customer is uptodat mail Every You must tell your inter iestingway want the buyers s r etij P t Your Printing I t It should fit representative of your which high grade ar Ibusiness Thats we do i MAN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT TYPE GOOD PRESSES AND A TYPOGRAPHICAL ARTISTS iThese our kind of printing that will you deliveryI19l t Who will b- ePresident This IS a presidential Ifdevery- man must to keep posted on politics The CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSONr a Democratic Newspaper but it the news as One a year is the price of tile Weekly CourierJournal you get paper THE SUNBOTH YEAR 15Ow- illlf you give or send 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1908 x X COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY KentuckyGovernors From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Wilfson existence4EveryJUST OFF TILE PKES lathe new Kentucky map Engraved especially for the Evening Post at a cost of 3500 f Centuckys I pictures of all the Presidents of the United States Rulers and imapslate maps of the United States Panama Canal Eastern and Western Hemls InformationSUBSCRIBERS bymallThe Evening Post Is first In everything has the most State news and bestmarket reports j A dally newspaper for the home 1 The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Atlas and Evening Post With This Paper 4 THE POST and THE SUN BOTH ONE YEAR 3 5Ow N IIMIiIIIIIII- f I- 1HE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL wONEARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortst time and smallest expense and prepares the young people for the bestposition s CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete course if the latest and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and t 18tIt Get full particulars from theeditor of this paper or Rev Granvill W Lyori or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky S f tHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO r 1t TRANSFER MONEYr IS BY I LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER t jfn CUMBERLANEITELEPHONE I TELEGRAPH COJ INCORPORATED tt f iit 1Si ty wI I r t t 1 I I J 8 ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY JULY 8 1908 PABE BGGY j Is one that has had the honest atte ftiqn of the builder in the hundred and one little details that byJRthattheyyouReadt Danville Ky January 18 1908To It May Concern have been Buying RM Arnolds buggies in my ivery for the past three years and they frave proven to be splendid buggies I Srave re ordered for 1908 We will be Ipleasedto recommend to any one who interested B G Fox Harrodsburg Ky January 1 1908 To Whom It May Concern We the undersigned have used two of R M Arnold sbuggies this season and find them to give good service and are good ibuggies for the money VANARSDALE BROS Liverymen Harrodsburg Ky December 07 To the PubhcIm using the RIM Arnold Buggy and it is giving perfect satisfaction A trial is sufficient ryou will always be a customer L B GIVENS Liveryman 1907To ythe1008To Sythat LlveryzpenI Wharton Tapp and Roblitt Bishop Springfield Ky are user our buggies Peters and Crume Lebanon Call the above mentioned gentlemen and examine I RM buggies tI tanviHejKy llt i HARDESTY The rain which fell last iweek was goiuch needed awas appreciated by everyone v Mes rsJim Sutherland iahd Earl Robyt of Chaplin spent Sunday night arid Monday with Mr J H Gray and j family Mr W B Shirley and of Wi tlsburg and Mr JimjOBryan and wifer ofSt Rose were guests of Mr X Goodlett and family Sunday fMr J R Gray and wife spent Sun 3ay with Mrs Eliza MitchellBMiss Tarie Goodlett has returned to home after spending a fewj week mt WiHisburg Mr R L Gray began his school at sweet Home Monday r Miss Sarah Trent entertained Sunday jb dinner Those pies nt were Misses artha Ida and Ethel Gray Veleria and Jennie Goodlett and Mary Messrs Russell Joe Grace j 0fUldJim Hayes Taor Atlladan en iyable time JMrJ H Gray and wife spent Tucs ay with Mrs Grays brother Mr D t Sutherland of ne Chaplin Mr Scott spent Saturday Vilztwith Mr Herbert Hardesty rMT Lafe Carney wife and children 0jf Maud spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with Mr Ed Smothers and family t Afer Others Fail I C Scott Avon Ky says 4I ised Bourbon Hog Cholera fter other remedies had RemedyI t speedily effected a cure It 0seyeralherds myneighborf 6od with outthe1oss ofa siglehog Sold by 0lldruggists SIMMS lliv RL Purdom filled his regular pppihtment at Bethlehem Sunday Mrs R G Canary visited near f JSimms Saturday Mr C F Adkinson was in Pottsville aturday on business Mr C C Christie is visiting in the sunny South Miss MagYa key returned home jafter visiting friends at Mackiille The Ladies Missionary Society of the 0Eetblhem Baptist church met with Mrs Begley last Thursday Mr J D Stanfield and two children visited at the home of Mr William Hundley Sunday Mrs William Vevey was called to the bedside of her sister who is seriousTy 0illat her homenear Columbia Ky j Rlr Richard Hundley is improving Last Thursday morning Miss Maggie evej and Mr Ewing drove to IDefbanpn and were married After the ceremony the happy couple repaired to the mjatome ot the groom where a mrfst delightful dinner was The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr iv7illiam Pevey of Simms and is a vliretty and popular young lady of that 4f vwn The groom is a hustling and m aistrious young farmer of Washington r viounty Both are well connected and ave rmany and relatives who JWii8hthem peace and happiness so we itQQ extend our congratulations CopldNot Eat W H Clay Lexington Ky says 0Dur fowls wereso sick with cholera 3ome of them could not eat We poured Bourbon Poultry Cure down them and lid not have a single fowl to die Sold by all druggists tI00 in recommending R M Arnold and his buggiesoi haye used six of his but gies ford twelve months in my livery staoje and I have spent a dollar on ever bought J T REID Liveryman Jestill using buggies made by R M detail ato durability we have found no We have 1s expenditures on Jhis work than on all others As to Mr Arnqld we recommend him to the trade utmost confidence We will be glad to answer all inquiries with pleasure BEASLEY BROS als Bros Ky upon ntI wife tier Taylor Hardin Walter Thomas William served friends with L iTHE SON AND BothiL pers1i jWeekly1NashvIWeekly f5SemiJtrhricea 70 Irvine ani Aairn x p American AgriculturistL7TAmerlcal 150Breedersountry gentleman 2iOO arm and Fireside 13a flfero1ReviewLippincotjts Magazine 285 400LedgerHarpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 4irSunnv S la II = r WHITE Bit Mrs e Peter dren McDonaldand Herman Darnalj I spent sevjeral days last week with her brother Wni Busby Mr W llSheuma er and family pent S with Elvin Birch and lamily Georg1 Keightley and wife spent Sunday with G M Walker and family i Miss Nettie B Cloy spent Sunday and Sunday night with the 1isSE B 1IusbyI v pentSunfamily Mr John Foster and children spent E1lvfnBirch 1 Miss Bdlle Birch spent Sunday with her brother Elvin Bir h 1 Severa from around here attended the childrens exercises at Wilhsburg Sunday night Mr1 Herbert Sheumaker called at Tablon Sinday t Mrs Sue Turner and Mrs James Wright spent last Friday with Elyln Birch jlust Exactfy Right M Dr Kings New Life Pills hateused years and find them jast says Mr A A Felton olr Harrisville N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least discorr constIpationbiliousdon Rbeitsonsdrug store The Historians Size Macaulay was destitute of bodily Accomplishments He could neither nor3hootBjwIth indifference touchedY1th humor When in as a cabinet minister the historian was inJ formed that a horse was at his di- sposalJr her majesty wishes to see me rIde said he she must order out in elephqntYouths Coinpanioa Be4t the World Affords It gives me unbounded pleaRureto 1sa on my thuntband it never fails to heal ev cry sore burn ui wound to whicit m SiIrugThe Springfield Sun LOO per year iJ Jr p 1907ToWhomArnold make me a buggy and road vagori last spring and they have given erfect satisfaction in every particular I work over a very hilly country and ggIesinheolds to any of them DR J N SH HAN Harrodsburg January 3 1908To Jsers ofl BuggiesI bought of R M mold three new buggies and have run hem the entire season They have jijovento be the ONLY livery buggy I over ha l in my stable I havd not duringthA M TATUM Liveryman of Brown of ifiese t 0 ARNOLD has pot HALLI 0IMACKVILLE nsper t rTHarrods Thursday burg Mr and Mrs R Batchtt of Lebanon spent Tuesdayat he home of Dr Thompson Mr Joe Wycoff was in Springfield Fridayi Mrs W 1T Barnett sper t Thursday bithPMrhero last week Mrs J B Peter arid Vliss Sallie mithertD ThursdayMrsto Har rodsburg Thursday on account of the illness ofhcrfriendMiss Myrtle Phil ipps weekIattbeMr James Ishamwas in Harrods burg Wednesday Rev Walker was in Harrpjlsburg Friday Mr and Mrs J B Peter attended MrstHarrodsburgis visitinghiweek t Mr N L Curry of Harrodsbnrg was in town Wednesday oil business SpringtMr W J Matherly was in Willis burg Wednesday Rev II L Purdcun of Texas was in town Friday Mr J M Smith Cashier of the Farmers Bank yas in Danville Friday mnd Saturday Miss Annie Raybourn of California is visiting her toother 1rsi Mag Raybourn Miss Mittie Hiatt and Miss Lillie Sweeney were in Harrodsburg Saturday i Mr G H Hickerson rind son Ron JsburgMr J E Harmon was in Prryville Sunday Mr W T Leachman and lamily of Waterloo Iowa are visiting Mrs Leachmans m tTierMi D C Thomp son Mr and Mrs James Cregor of Per ryville were here Sunday Mr Tom Peter and wife of Indian apolis Indare visiting his gister Mrs Jim Cochran rMiss Liljie Cocanougher of Perry yule is spending this week with her uncle Mr John Harmon Misses Nora Cheatham and Hester supperchurch Saturday night Mrs Charlie Coyle of Stewart was in town Mod y hishomevisit with friends here Mr Charlie Bottom and family have propertyIsale Saturday afternoon The sun and CourierJournal 160 Real Estate Bargains Springfield barn plenty of tobacco land Close to church and school PrIce JQ per acre No 4255 acres in Nelson county 3 good barns good dwelling all the farm in grass Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres 7miles from Spring gooddwellinrrs hool On good pike Price 15 pracre l q0 10108acres k7 miles from Springfield 15 acres of timber plenty of fine tobacco land new tobacco barn large dwelling well watered fine orchard I Close to depot and on good pike Price 35 per acre No 16 196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one seven 0roomtobacco barn plenty of grass and well watered Good stock barn Price 30 per acre No 18194 acres 10 miles from Springfield good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from a depot 1 mile from school and church good stock barn 60 acres of fine bottom land 600 rods of stone fence Price 32 per acre i fromItenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres of fine timber fine orchard plenty of grass Price 3250 per acre fromSpringfieldpike young orchard good barn and fine water Price 15 per acre No 23139i acres 9 miles from twogoodtobacco 0baccoall the farm fine tobacco land well fenced Price 35 per acre No 2524S acres groom dwelling good celIargood well in yard fine cistern at barn fine stock barn all the iarm ingrass well watered Less than 40pedNo gsisO acres 6 miles from Springfield ort a good pike most of farm in grass good six room dwelling good stock barn well fenced p1ntyof stock water good well in yard Price 35 per acre No 41220 acres 7 miles from Springfield 8 miles from Lebanon new 9 room dwelling good cellarand cistern at house never failing spring in yard milk house at spring good orchard plenty ot small fruit 10 acre tobacco p buildingslentyrice 45 per acre Nd 45149 acres 1 mile from schoolhouse in Springfield Ky small dwell ing good atn well fenced well wateredpr nty of locusts and plenty of grass Price S80 per acre No 469S acres 7 milesfrprr Springfield on a good pike all the farm tobacco land new tobacco barn good dwelling well fenced Price 3750 per acre No 47Town property of all kinds and prices It jyou want a town home call and see me have anything you want at any price No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield on a good pike good 9 tobacpbone of the be t neighborhoods in the county all lime stone land and fine to bacco land Pri e 75 per acre No 59 J33 acres S miles from Springfiela 5 room dwelling 8 acre to bacco barn good stable andmeat house milk ho see fine orchard of 100 trees Close to school church and 0depot ESTATE MANSI Our Sympathy is always extended Ho those in distress but we have no sympathy to waste on the man who borrows his npighbdrs paper when hejcan have one of his own a mere nominal expense Your hdirje paper stands for yonp interests and the interests f your home town It deserves your moralIafid financial support If you are not a member of our family of readers you should begin now by sending in your subscription The un and CourIerJournal 150 The Sun and CourierJournal 150 The sun and CourierJournal 150 No 62150acres 8 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco Darn good stock barn some timber all in grass well water ed plenty of fruit 1 mile from church 1 mile from school Price 45 per acre No 631S0 acres 5 room dwelling tImberfineof tobacco land all under good fence Price 50 per acre No 65170 acres 5 miles from goodfencebarn with metal roof new good gran ary some bottom land plenty of grass and water Price 4250 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from llingbarn good stock barn buggy shed and allout buildings20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acreaof fine tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 6S180 acre a room brick dwell mg in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco Jand Price 60 per acre No 69150acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land 1Price 50 per acre No 70144 acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bot upTandforacre dwellinginwatered plenty of grass good fence plenty of tobacco land on good pike 6 fromLebanonNo 74125 acres4 miles from Springfield on good pike 1 mile from school and close to church good 6 room dwelling fine stock barn plenty of water plenty ot locust posts fine orchard good fence Price 25 per acre No 75277 acres 1 mile from Springfieldon pike 15 acre tobacco barn gqod stock barn small house plenty of grass and water Price 15000 No 81160acres 5 miles from Leb anon 5 miles from Springfield on good repairgoodplenty of grass all necessary out build goodfence fromSpringfieldroom dwelling in good repair 4 acre tobacco barn 75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacc land good tence and plenty of water Price 2000 fromSpringtielding mgoodr pair 6 acre tobacco barn new stock barn buggy house JL good wells good spring plenty of posts Price 35 per are No 90270 acres 9 room brick dwell wellfencedof first bottom rest secpnd bottom one of the best tobacco ms in the coun readyforchurch Price 50 per atere fromSpringfieldschool and church in Pleasant Grove neighborhood 8 room dwelling 16 acre tobacco barn 2 good stock barns fine offarmacres No9iHouse arid lot in Fenwick cheap rfromSpringfield stockbarngood tobacco land well watered plenty of grass Price 35 per acre B D LAKEJTHE 0SP4INGFIELD KENTUCKY Bqwareof Loquacity The curt old doctor who told a nervous patient to stop talking and she would get well was more truthful than politic There is no doubt constant talking wastes vitalityOftenIwears upon the nervous system oneofthe first signs of a nervous breakdown is unusual loquaciousness Women in Japan 1A Japanese saying runs Woman is fan unmanageable creature flatter her she is elated thrash her she weep youIjedy Is to love her Japan Times 1 SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Richard Riley Springfield wants hImknowforjsaleDee Riley Rt 3 has for sale a good milk cow Short horn has young calf C L Grundy Rt 1 has for srle 50 good shoats Sherman Martin Springfield h s for sale a good milk cow C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale from i 500 to 800 bushels of corn Will ell in any amount from half bushel up W P H tchett Mackville ha for sale 45 head of young steers A L Perkins Rt 3 has for ale a good 3yearold milk c6w with 3ra calf C H Perkins Rt I has for sale a nice JerSey cow Jas M Janes Rt 3 has for sale about 30000 feet of beech lumbe 50 per hundred J A Tucker Springfield Rt 2 has for sale a good snort horn bull Also about 12000 feet of good oak lun iber WOOLWANTED f They farmers of Washington and adjoining counties will do well to communicate withjone of the undersigned before disposing of their wool We want wool and will pay the highest prices Will receive at points to suit farmers + W S GIB SMcCLUREMAYES SPRINGFIELD KY v I I 1 A Moneymaker for Agents THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS By William Jennings Bryan SuperbEngtCol Bryan andhLsvisibever written Most successful seller of this MONTHSThe OutfitI Send fifty cents handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO ST Louis Mo Edison Columbia Phonog- raphRECORDS E Al RUSSELL Springfield Kyj PR W V STALLARD rtL DINtISTw PRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 Over McElroy Shaders Grocery TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OR DANGER No Charge When Plates are Wanted OOOCXX COOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURAsf YOUR GROOER FOR Pride of Washington or I SpringfIeld Choice t MANUFACTURED BY j w JARJOE co Highest market pried paid for WHE4To- OOO3COOOCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO 4 Keep Your Bowels Open A Safe Certain Home Remedy that is Sold By All Druggists A fact any doctor will verify Is that constipated people suffer piost from dis absolutelyIor 0 e must use something to make their boW leIs move This should not be a vIi purgative or a cathartic that merely emptyIng e but leaving them lna weakened state that prolongs the constipated condition Dr C ldwefls Syrup Pepsin Is An easy pleasant natural laxative that removes the waste matter and establishes regular dally movements without pain or gripe shouldIonly weakens the bowels but the entire system Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin serves as a tonic and an aid to digestion as well asa laxative that Is certain in its caseslandeffectsIgestion liver troubleT biliousness flatu ency sour stomach sick headache bloated stomach etc quickly disappear It Is a remedy that should be in every home eIMrsr C Cooper Chicago HI writes I use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for myself and family I keep it on hand constantly as I find it to be a most pleas It1Sarahsays I would have been dead had It nQt been for Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It la the best medicine I ever used for constipation indigestion and biliousness M R Zerkel Troy Ohio considers it the best known laxative for children We are glad to send a free sample tri any one who has not used it aad will give it a fair trial Write today to Pepsin Syrup Co 305 Caldwell Bldg Monticello I All druggists sell it at 60c and 1110 per botUe For sale by The Red Cross Irt1gStorL