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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w 7 r w 5r w TPI i f I 1 ie IT t f t rIUI Je pun 4 JJ f f j L DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY lJi1 3l 4 1VOLUME IV SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 22I 1908 NUMBER 33 H j TILLERS OF THE SOIL ASKED TO AID THE DEMOCRAT- SS tI anKern Request the Farmers to Contribute to the National r v u Campaign Fun Donations of Over 100 t V MustBe Published Fairview Lincoln Neb July jl7 The first appeal for campaign contribu tions by the Democratic candidates forth Presidency and VicePresidency was made today In a formal message directed to the farmers jof the coUntry Messrs Bryan arid Kern urge theft tp contribute accordirig to their means and- S other ways assist in restoring De mocracy to power The appeal s as fotttivs Toj the farmers of the United Spates flrstbntribution the DemThe made to 1craticcampaign fund this year so far as iwekhpwj was made by an lowa farmer just before the Denver con vention met this man who modestly prefers not to have his name mentioned journeyed more than one hundred miles to Lincoln with his contribution of i100 which he left with Mr Bryan jfo be given to the committee when organized for the campaign tIThis farmer was born in Sweedepand for some time after he was naturalized was a member of the Republican party but as he was a student of public qnes tions in the course of time he became a Democrat To manifest his deep in terest in the success of the party and L in the triumph of Democratic princi pies he made this free will offering to the campaign fpnd It is very appropriate that this first 5 contribution should come from that great body of our population known as St agriculturalists The farmer has noth ing to gain by privilege and favoritism his hope is in the application of the doc SPtrin of equal rigbt4ea1Iandspecial- r privileges to inone He has been the victim of all special legislation and has suffered from the control of politics hy 4 the great predatory corporations Now that the Democratic party has an 1S Indiana For Democracy i i Shelby ville Ihd July 20 JoimJ Wingate the veteran editor of the Shelbyville Daily News one V 4 the 4bestknown and most influential newspaper men in the State is firm in his belief that Taft will not carry Indiana atand that Tom Marshall will be elected Governor i He has voted for every Re publican nominee for President from Lincoln down to Roosevelt Republican prospects for success in ilSIndiana look gloomy remarked Mr biWingate tqdayhTo my mind the political battle in Indiana has yetfo be 44 won with the chances most favorable to the Democracy They haven en tapgling alliances Harmony exists in every congressional district Bryan and Kern are Immensely popular withjEndi ana Democrats They will n ore t votes than any other Democratic ticket 4 4 t that could have been nominated j 811Thehave taken all of the enthusiasm out of 1rthe State organization The Indiana Republicans receiveda slap in the face at Chicago which crushed their pride- and cut their feathers in an alarming manner They are certainly hope at least fort campaign They have been given iotice that they are tOItheashes for haying the audacity to oppose Mr Roosevelts pet candidate for the presidency Then they haye other troubles to fr grieye over and discourage them among them a weak State ticket with the candidate for Governor in badre pute with the labor organizations thei i old soldiers and the temperancejpeo i pIe The campaign opens with the Re i11publicans on the defensive andiitis bound to continue along that line until I election day For Bryan j r HHon Frank S Monnett former publican Attorney General of Ohio has announced that it is his purpose tolsup port Mr Bryan Mr Monnett by rca v tson of his persistent fight against cor t ruptionists has wan the esteem fall honest and honorable men and his flueqce will be worth much to the ljem zbSocratic ticket in Ohio He is a magnetic speaker arid will tour his State for rIi Bryan ft f The Springfield Sun 100 per year 4S L t nounced its determination not to accept contributions from corporations nor accept excessive contributions even from Individuals to publish all contri butions when over s reasonable mini mum it ought to be able to secure a sufficient sum from the citizens who ask from the Government nothing but protection for their rights and consider ation for the general welfare There are Hundreds of thousands of farmers who are abundantly able to contribute to thej campaign fund There are thous ands who could give SlOOa piece with out reeling it tens of thousands who could give 50 a piece without sacrifice and still more who could give 25 or 10 or 5 As the National Committee has not yet teen organized we will ask The Commoner to call for subscriptions to this Farmers fund Those giving may indicate whether they are willing to have their names mentioned and if the contribution is not more than 100 their wishes will be complied with All con tributions above 1100 must be made known no matter from whom they come The farmers fund will be turned wer to theNational Committee as soon as its permanent officers have been selec tedWho will be the first to respond The Denver convention was a peoples convention it adopted strong clear honest platform and its nominations were made with practical unanimity Our fight is a fight for the whole peo pIe Our aim is equal and exact justice to all our purpose is to restore thegov ernmeiit to the handsof freely chosen representatives of the voters How many farmers will join in furnishing the furidiiecessary topresentthe issues Wa J BRYAN JOHN W KERN eoeoeoeOoeOoeoeoeo OoeOoegeoei N7HE FAIR IThe Springfield Fair will be great and you must come byfor IperfectIdelightful tickets It will be so nice of you oQ oaQoo qoooa Sunda School Picnic Jt = The jSunday school picnic given by the Sjiringfield Baptist church St Rose was largely last1 tedneSdaY8t a success in every purpose of the picnic was not to make money but to give the hildren an outing and it goes without saying that the large crowd present enjoyed itself to the fullest extent At noon the ladies opened many baskets of edibles and free dinners good di- nnersere served in a hospitable man ner An ice cream stand was erected on the grounds from which Ice cream was served at 5c a saucer The pro ceeds realized from the sale of the ice cream will be used to buy a library for the Sunday school Rev Williams and the ladies wno had the affair in charge are to be congratu lat d upon giving the children an unusually happy outing BLThe World Affords 0gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J5W Jenkins of Chapel C I am convinced its the best salve the world affords It cured a felon on eyeryapplied 25c at Haydon Robertsons CJrug store I r LAND N A WINNER The Business Men having won an easy victory over the Post Office Clerks decided they could play ball andaccordingly arranged a game with the Railroad Men of the town on last Friday However they failed to strike an easy mark if Railroaders are easygoing fellows and ere the first half of the game was over the fact was clear ly demonstrated to then S Colvin did the twirling for the Is Ns and Allen supported him in a substantial way behind the bat McElroy the ice man froze to 1st base and saved everything coming his way Rod Wharton held down 2ndbase well supported by sHo tstotJDuncan and 3rd baseman McClellen The outfield was covered by Rue Allen right James Moran center and Rob Russell left Howeyer the ability of the outfield- ers was never put to a test as the Bus mess Men were unable to land but two balls out of the diamond during the en tire game It was quite different with the clerks however as they landed on the simple curves of Gwin Marks and put them out in good style Colvin succeeded in landing two home hits besides two and three baggers being knocked every inn- A BIG DAY At the Lebanon Chautauqua Washington County Day- Next Friday Friday July 24 will be Washington County Day at the Lebanon Chautau qua and the indications are that this will be the biggest day of the meeting Large crowds from all sections of the county are expected The program lengthy and interesting and those who fail to attend will be losers At 230 in the afternoon Hon Champ Clark of whose achievements Washington coun ty people are proud will deliver a lec que1Pi1bltc NOTICE Water Rules Are Being ViolatedpRules Must Be Obeyed Or Water Will- Be Cut Off Patrons of the Water Company are viojating some of the rules and this notice is to notify all users of water- that these rules must be obeyed or the water wiHbe cutoff Users are reminded that the use ot hose for spririKling purposes is limited to two hours per day No stationary sprinklers nor open willithethe hours of 9 p mand 5 a m f It is bsolutely necessary to ptop all needless waste ot water and patrons must observe these rules strictly SPRINGFIELD WATER AND ELECTRIC- LIGHT Co = H B MCELROY Manager WllLI BURG I have been abserfor several weeks but I will again try and jot down a few items for the columns of the dear old Sun Several from this place attended the ice cream supper at Tatham Springs Sat irday 1mentMrs Birch Shrader and little son I have returned to their home in Louis yule after a two weeks stay with Mrs J M Trent Nelson Shirley of Indiana spent a few days last week with hibj parents at this place n Miss Ella Mae Cheatharjri of Louis MITrenMrs A B Wells is at Winchester Ky with her father who is being trated for a cancer W B Shirley and wif and MISSI Elizabeth Shirley spent Surday home of Wm Goodlett The Baptist tent meeting will begin at this place next Wednesday July 22 Rev Stout of Georgetown will assist in this meeting Better Than Others Swartz Bfos Austerlitz Ky say notIIIfdruggists f ingo Chris Hertlein supported Marks behind the bat with Chas N eon 1st John Shader played in old league style with Will Hagan as shortstop who put up some fancy stunts stop ping grounders by lying down on them rolling around the diamondetc 3rd base was very substantially held jjown by Graves the jewelry man who played in time at all seasons of the game stopping every ball that was not a pass ball The outfield experienced some won derful playing by Leo Hay on in right Who got everything that Stopped close enough to get And center fielder Root Noe played well as did right fielder Boldrick who put the revenue seal on every ball that came his way that is when he succeeded in getting hold of them The game while too one sided to be very exciting was quite interesting and was witnessed by a fair sized ciowd who came out to see the game and help the Orphanage buy a wagon ette for which purpose the game was played the entire proceeds being given for that purpose The score stood 14 to 4 at the close of the ninth inning in favor ot the K R Men CUNNINGHAM v DUNCAN SCO Use a Page of This Issue of The Sun In Presenting a Large List of Bargains V Readers of The Sun will find a page advertisement in this issue in which preSentImany It will be worth the while of every man and woman to read the advertisement closely This popu lar firm has inaugurated a MidSummer Clearance Sale and one only has to study the prices to be convinced that they intend to make goods move A Good Lecture On last Sunday Rev VIP Powell State Secretary of Missions spoke at the Baptist church At the close of the morning service a sum of one hundred and twenty dol lars was raised for mountain mission At night Dr Powell spoke of his ex periences as a missionary in Mexico He is a man of great and ready wit and for the hour and a quarter that he spoke the audience laughed and cried and hardly knew that the time was passingDr has promised to return to Springfield andllecture on his trip through the Holy Land Brood Sows For Sale II recentIpurchases era prices These are good sows and registered safe with pig but will be sold cheap 6 months time given ifde sired with approved note Have a few niceypung boars for sale J E SHELBY Phone 47 R FD No1 Q OSOO OCf o o aoo THEFAIR perfectly cort her to the Springfied Fair and mamma says must go with YOL but wjnt tell nothing ai- t oo o t1Cr DEMOCRATIC PRESS ASKED 1 TO COLLECT CAMPAIGN FUNDSC v Mr Bryan Appeals to the Press of Uis Party to Raise Enough Money ijj For legitimate Expenses of Campaign Wants v 0 Sinews tOComeFrQill the Mses M 4 Fairview Lincoln Neb 20 Williani J Bryan todayagain occupied himself with the subjectof campaigrf contribur tions and issued a statement appealing to the Democratic newspapers of the country to begin the collection of a fund from their subscribers Hebe lieves that this year the Democrats will receive a larger campaign fund than ever before and that the money neces sary will come from the masses The statement was called forth by the receipt of telegrams from the Oklahoman of Oklahoma City and the tNews Scimitar ot Memphis announc subI dence of support His statement follows T HI wish every Democratic paper would beg the collection of a fund from its own subscribers There are very few Democrats who could not af ford to make a small contribution and the people will never be able to control the Government until they take on supplymgI Oeooeoeoooeooeo oeo w THE FAR Convict Please thank de Guv for de pardon I will now go to de great Springfield fair an it will make me a better man 0000000000000 a New Produce House Messrs C W Homan and C W Oder have opened a produce house jn the brick building on Main street formerly occupied by Mr W H Bond asa wood workmans hop Both of these gentlemen are good business m and are wellknown in the county Mr Oder having formerly been engaged in business at Fen vlck and Mr Homan has beon in the employ of Mr M fi Jonesas a buyer of produce The firm name wil be C5 W Homan Co House Burned The large dwelling on the old Croake homestead near Booker was burned to the ground week as the result lastlof a defective Together with the house a large amount of furniture etc was burned The loss while great s not as much on one person as its a loss to the Croake heirs and is partially covered by insurance State University Examination A competitive examination of applicants seeking appointment to the State University will be held at the office of the County Superintendent on Thurs day July 30 The examination will em bra e a fair knowledge of spelling Stateshltoryment is worth about 60 per year in the way of saving expenses to the appointee WBUSH Superintendent Common Schools Notice iwill receive bids at once for over jng a wooden bridge acros the Beech Fork on the Alt Zion and MooresyiHe turnpike Bridge is 225 feet long r 12 feet long For particulars and specification apply to J R MAYES Road Suuervisor Springfield Ky Ifarm Wantedrv I want to buy a farm of 150 or 200- teres situated on pike or m good dir Iroadj leiaing to pike Want improved farm Appi o LurHEit BURNS SprinifieliEy 5t trh j campaign funds As long as a fesrnen furnish the moneY to finance a darn I paign the men will exert an undueiai fluence upon the Government It seems that we have reached the end of corporate contributions and tbifr is a step in advance but the individoiij 0 irattonsfurnishing the sinews of war TwK Democratic party has struck atthM isystem by limiting contributions lo iS 10000 and providing tor publicity btfe k fore the election fr4 The Republican party has so rjt refused to join with us on this proposition but public sentimentrmay yet i Y compel it todQ so I have no doubt that the Democratic party will receive contributions from more individuate than ever contributed to any campaiipa y and ther istio reason why the entire sum necessary should not he supplied by contributions from the masses I If every Democratic paper will take Jwetreasury to provide for Ie timatecaf paign work and that is all wp want Store House Destroyed By Frre tWe are indirectly informed that MrJ Geb Mulligan had the misfortune trloose his store house and entire stocict ofgoods at Stringtown Nelson county 1fLt recently The loss was partially cor ercd by insurance Mr Mulligan IS af Springfield boy and his friend JUK i fe atives here regret to learn of hfs IBI t fortuneS v t i r Hope to Establish Market r J Mr A P Gooding of Lexington who was here a few weeks ago wJHa view Otes tabliShin jcocity tablishment ot the enterprise inth li Lawyers Doctorsv A game of ball will be played next Saturday afternoon between the law= yers and doctors of Springfield the j i proceeds to be givento the wagonette fund of Grundy Orphanage Batteries for lawyers Hon John W Lewfe pitcher Hon Fred Grigsby catcher Batteries for doctors DrW W Ray5ipitcher Dr M W Hyatt catcher At the close of the game betweenthe law yers and doctors the C n rtDOYSt Notice to Taxpayers IL t i jW Iji The school tax for the year 1908 Wf now due and you are hereby notified v that afier the 15th of August a penalty- of ffive per cent will be added to all un paid tax My office over the Peoples Bank will be open all during the day V for the collection of these taxes J G C WHARTON Treasurer 1 p tj BaseBall iS J 7 The Blue Jays of this place playd i r the 2nd team of Lebanon on T iesday meeting defeat the Lebanon boys oUt playing them in every stage ofthHHF L game which was easily won by th jt J overwhelming score of12to6i The Waltons suffered t sad d etlast Saturday in the gaie withthe Campbellsville team played pn the Chautauquaagrounds at Lebjinpnr4K score bmg 12 to 10 iii favOJ oiCamp5 J t bellsyillei iS rSThe Cash System 1it IFrom July 1 will conduct a strictly4 i cash business We are forced to ajdoptig this method because of the very high prices we pay for all kin of fo ic jtuif and of course ft IslifeKS for us to pay cash for thiafelCoSsequently we must haVe t S c WuAwro Ttrr 9Lerymeo f 1 t r 1 tl oc 2 IIr THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 221908 I Irl I I DaysI Every premium attheDanviIefairhas been doubled over the premiums offered duringi previous years THE GREAT FAIR WILL TAKE PLACE ON AUtJUT 5G7and8I r Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday Arrangements have been Completed for the Bringing of HOLMES WILD WEST SHOWS To the ground EVERY bAr There will be iow boys bucking ponies rough n4rs dreal dl galore nl Free Balloon Ascension Every Day First Regiment Military Band WILL FURNIS I THE MUSIC Exclusive of the regular catalogue events there will be t i Five Trotting and Running Racesi On the last three days with purses aggregating OVER I000 Tticrc will be a 300 Roadster Ring a 300 Sweep stake ring and 50 and i100 premiums galore The grounds will be alive wfth high class attractions t The RACES will take place on the BIG TRACK t H C BRIGHT Secy Danville Ky GEORGE F ANDERSON President- kr T BANQUET Given By Bardstown Commercial Club in Honor of Congressman 1Ben Johnson a Great Success- Mr Johnson Touching ddress Kentucky Standard A banquet was given in honor of Congressmala Bjen Johnson Tuesday night July 14fcat Gity Hall by the Bardstown Commercial Club An appropriation of 10000 Was made during the last session of Congress through the efforts of Mr Johnson for publicImercial Club and the citizens of the town gathered on this occasion to give blic expression to their lextenslvepared by skillful caterers and was andra one eightIoclock Hon B P GrIgsby Sr President of the Club rapped for attention land in a brief but appropriate address stated the purpose of the banquet and welcomed the guests Judge John S Kelley presided as toa tmaster and fit tingly introduced the speakers of the evening Senator JW Newman Secretary of the State Fair was the first speaker It The subject of his toast was TKe State Fair and while not abusing theII he took them to task hack of interest in the development of the Agriculturalinterests of the State lIe urged the importance the State j Fair to the farmers and invited everybody to attend the Fair in September at the splendid new grounds now in course of completion Kel lawIyeron rs- toward progressiveness declaring that Bardstown and Nelson county were made famous byj the distinguished legal talent of the Rowans Hardins and Wickhffes and others and that thena JawIbyIOutIuponIe rmer pen upon for legal advice the balance if any being in favor of the farmer Judge- D li d for dissenISIbnj fMrness man of Louisville responded to tHe subject Louisville He briefly stated the progress that city was mak ing and declared that progress in the State helped Louis lIe and a boom in tetlSpringfield d lighted the How wit and humor The Toastmaster de Glared that all roads from Springfield and Washington county how led into Bardstown The subject of the toast was From Springfield to Bardstown The speaker took issue with the ToastImaster and while admitting erous citizens of Springfield visited Bardstownwithgrips and suit cases making him feel very much at home here yet he insisted that SJJrin field was the terminal of a great railroad system which Was compelled to place cow catchers on the rear end of the train to keep the cows front in on thepassengers andthat Bardsto vnI like Lebanon was only a Rev W R Anderson spoke to the subject Who Done It and paid an elegant tribute to Mr Johnson ac the man who does things He complimented the City Council the Graded School Board and the Commercial Club upon their spirit of progressiveness and what they were doing for Uardstown Hon W W Spalding of Lebanon was down for a toast His subject was And Lebanon Too The Toastmas ter explained that it was impossible for anybody else to have anything without the people of Lebanon chiming mIIAnd Lebanon Too Through the efforts of the Fourth District Congressman 25000 was added to the appropriation for the public building at Lebanon and the speaker expressed very freely the appreciation therefor of the Marlon county people Judge I H Thurman of Springfield was present and responded toUTell the Truth and Shame the evil The in teresting subject was most interestedly handled by the able speaker He paid an eloquent tribute to former Gov lS j OS- Opera HouseTHREE VEEKS COMMENCING MONDAY JULY 20 1908 Animated Life Motion ficturesandOperatic Illustrated ort Continuous Performance from Seven to Ten Every Even g Come any time Stay as long as you like EVENINGyears ol jf It 1 f1fd r 3i J A r to ernor Beckham and to Hon Ben JohrIson = whom he said had attaIned ness because they were not the Truth and Shame the evilITen r C J OConnell was introduced Toastmaste find delivered toast to the Hon Ben Johnson As an instance ot true greatness he recited the heroic devotion of Mr Johnson tq his mother in the days of his boyhood He closed oy drinking water to the health of the Hon Ben Johnson in ed1guestsof the speakers as the next Governor of Kentucky which was greeted with great applause At the close of the toasts Mr Johnson responded witha great deal of feeling His response was in full as followsS The utmost that T can suffer you to say unchallenged isthat you are glad that 1 am not entirely ungrateful for all this community has done for me If Iwere here as you insist upon putting it to receive welldeserved recognition for good deeds done otjier than out of gratitude I would feel grateful indeed but I realize that whatever 1 may have done or whatever I may accomplish in the future leaves me still an insolvent debtor to Bards town and Nelson county- I appreciate the fact that this Oc nerouseffbrtIinsist that they have done little for me and I much for them But these friends have been so good to me so many times so many ways that I can not become unmindful even for a single mom nt that I owe this community more debts of gratitude than I can ever hope to repay I see about me the faces of those whoarenow our foremost business n1enandour most public spirited men as well who have been born since this community first begun to honor my drafts upon its generous indulgence There are here to honor me upon this occasion sons of fathers who twtntyfives years ago picked me up from amidst a thousand faults beat back the hovering clouds of threatening despair which almost abscured hope it self and set me upon a new highway armed with their friendship and supported as now with their approval of my every little noncensurable act And now you are all here with some pomp and ceremony to commendand honor me for having been only some what instrumental in securing a public building to adorn the home of my bene factorswhere today every man is my friendno man mv enemy Five or six miles north of here Qn the firm recently sold by the widow of the lamented Barney King stood the old Cox Fort where the ancestors of the mother of my children found abode and gave shelter and protection toJ hundredfand years ago About the same distance to the wet of us now the residence of Wayne She hari stands Rogers Fort huilt bY my aternal ancestors the postholes throi gh which the Indians were fought back from bloody degradations being still in tact marking the spot where my father wooed and won that lovable character and blessed spirit I call moth ar- Upin the farm now owned by Wiley Edw rds can this day be seen the ruins of the log house built in the wilderness by my greatgrandfather the substan tial brick house built by my grandfather is still an ornament upon the banks of the Rolling Fork and tile beautiful residence built by my father In which 1 was born and in which I hope to at last die is in sight of us For more than a hundred years my people have found homes in Ne son county and the bones of these three Kentucky gener ions which preceded me are buried in her sacred soil edllasalfamilyshare in the misfortunes of Nelson county Consequently no man could possibly be more interested from any stand point in the welfare of a community tan I am in this 1 am anxious about its commercial prosperity I am deeply concerned in preserVIng that high standard of educa t r COcCwnn OCG OOOOi4hOGnn r0 StjrikeIj If not see us We represent the SHAWNEE FIRE INSURANCE CO 52 one of the best companies in the world 1 A LETTER DrgtS11Qckand SALESI z 5 We give short rates on Tobacco DR SMOCK Ec J W BJ JSH coo NV COCO0CX OGCXOOOOOCX OOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOGOOOOO 3OCC tion which gave Bardstown renown the whole cbuntryovernearly a century ago and I am doubly anxious to smother forever every particle of ill willor hatred which any one of our cit izensmay bear toward another communityI piest on earth But just as it is it is the dearest spot in all the world to me Opportunities for fortune and honors con offer no inducements to me to abandon my residence amqng a people whose good will and loyalty to me seem Ito know no bounds Here I will be perfectly content to close the remainder of my allotted days here where kind and loving friends may occasionally wander tom grave will I be buried and from here it will be my exultanthappiness when summoned to rise on the GloriousI Resurrection Morn i Thex crowd dispersed at a late hour in the night after benediction by Rev WR Wagoner The banquet was in charge of Judge F E Daugherty ahd Messrs J L Druien and G M Wilson to whom is due the credit for the perfect arrange ment and plan of the banquet The music was furnished by the Bardstown String Band The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fail to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only temporarily New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This re nowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at Hay don Robertson drug store 50c and Trial bottle freei1100 Young Editors the United States today are 15 juvenile magazines edited and managed by girls less than 16 years old and about 90 weekly newspapers run by boys All of them appear to be doing well In most cases the editor sets all the type and doe his own hustling for advertising Some of the best weekly newspapers in the coun try today were first started by boys IA Moneymaker for Agents t THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS By William Jennings Bryan SuperbEngravingsLCOI Bryan Recounting Ms trip around the world and his visits to all nations Greatest book of travel ever written Most successful seller of this generation Fbim EDITIONS in Four MONTHS I The agents harvest Write at once for Territory and Agents Outfit centltoAd reel- i THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING COST Louis Mo rHE SUN ANUt both pa- pQrA 1 yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American s 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic Ir75 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 Agriculturist175American American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman S200Farm and Fireside 135 s Farm Field and Fireside175Review of Reviews 325 Lip incotts Magazine 285 Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly i 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 60 yE lts- rXPEItIENCE TRADEMARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably bt ma unca tions strictly conQdontlaL HANOBOOKonPatenU sent free Oldest agency for eecurteirpateats Patents taken Munn Co receive eclaLnotlu wltboatckarge In the Scientific JlmerkanSA handsomely Illustrated weekly lowest drcuIaUon of any scientific lournaL Terms t3 a year four months jL Sold byall aewsdealars MUNN o 3Afte1111i rl New York Branch once 636 F BU IX c 3StE3ks k=ss II GRAND PICNIC I Saturday August 8 i i At frederlcktWnKy members of Holy Trinity church at FrederickS Iihe wilihold their annual picnic on the beautiful dy lawn sui rounding the church property That I annualchurch affair enjoys now such a good reputation for innocent fun good order and fine premiums given awayrI that it is not necessary to insist on that Perfect order will prevail and will be guaranteed by competent men and aU S Mafshall Bring the childrenthe HANDSOMEST BABY jwili irigeta PREMIUM oj All are welcome plenty to eat plenty of cool harm less drinks and plenty of good music v M FISH POND CANE RACK WHEEL OF FORTUNE 1 AND MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS L THE COMMITTEES n jF x t t F I Ir THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1908 3 HAPPY HOLlibW + fAa I have been abs ntr several weeks 1 will try and jbt down a few items this week Mr Erastus Perkins and wife Mrs Martha Snider and daughter Misses Lillian Leachman and Dannie Royalty spent Saturday and Sunday with Mn John Armstrong and family Mr Sabe Coulter and ife and DayiEr Hines and wife spantSaturdaY and Sunday with the tamil yof Mr J M Shields A large crowd attended the meeting held by Bro Stout at Jthe Hillsboo J church Sunday afternoon Mr Solomon Kays and family attended the Maccabee decoration at Wil lisburg ana at Mt Zion unday after noon Miss Naniiie Royalty cjf Springfield is spending several weeks with her aunt Mr John Armstrong A protracted meeting lis being held at the HilJsbor9churchjthis week by Bro rs c rdially invited to attend Born to the wife of Mr Otis Har mon on last Thursday la tenpound boy Mr Bill Sardin and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lonnie Noel I Mrs S D Royalty and family spent a few days of this week with the fami ly of Mr John Armstrong r f Kentucky Fair Datest The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fair for 1908 as far as reported Officerslpf fairs are requested to report us any omissions s or corrections of dates t Stanford July 223 days V Georgetown July 285 days Winchester August 44 days DanvIlle August53days Harrodsburg August 54 days Lexington August106Uays Union town August 1151days BprkeSville August 11 daysic Broadhead August 123 1aYs Springfield August 124 daYs Shepherds ille August 14 days Lawrenceburg August 18j 4 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TriCounty Fair Sanders August h94 days Vanceburg August 194 days Ewing August 203 days London August 254 da stElizabethtown August 25 Burlington August 264 days Germantown August 264 days Morgantown August 273 days Somerset September 14 days Hardinsburg September 13 days 2f4daysBMonticello September 8U days Hodgenyille September 8r3 days Glasgow September 94 idays Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sep tember 146 days aeaeaeaeneaaeaea n a oeo GOOO GOOGOOOGOdGOOGOGO QeQetteaeQeaeQeaeQ1Qeaa a Fartri For Sale Having decided to change locations I will offer forSale privatelymyfarm on the Springfield and Canton road 2J miles from Manton DESCRIPTION Contamk 206 Acres 18 acres in timber most all the rest in grass some tobacco land IB wellwat ered by three good ponds anql wells has two orchards a good dwel mg barn and all necessary outbuildings Has R F D and telephone line by the place I Call on oraddress BRiINGlESprIItKtield 37 338tpd peneo o OCGCGCGCbGCOCOCOGbOGOCCOCO ieaeae oe eo Qepeoeoj Where Are j Your Interest fJ Are they in this community Q Are they among the eople with whom you hborsi1business tcIf so you want to know what Is happening In this community You want tc know the goings and comings of thepeople with whom you associate the little news items of your neighbors and friendsnow dpnhyou erglv you Qinprinted for that purpose represents your Interests aqd the interests 6f this town Is your name on our sub scription books If not you owe it to yourself to see that It Js put there To do so Will BeTa L Your Interesta I ADRIfT FOR WEEKS IN AN OPEN BOAT TERRJBLE HARDSHIPS ENDURED II BY SAILORS SHIPWRECKED IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN i L iwo br SURVIVORS SUCCUMB Craft Containing Six Unfortunate Men Picked Up by British Vessel After They Had Undergone Intense Sufferingr j New York A tale of the sea riyal i g ln horror and hardship any trag ly bf the deep ever told was brought ere the other day by William Kuhl ann a seaman who was a passenger on the steamer Voltaire from South American ports Kuhlmann is one of six survivors of the crew of the American ship Tillie E Starbuck which was abandoned last August more than a thousand miles off the Pacific coast of South America He and his companions were rescued by a British ship after drifting about on the ocean for eight weeks in an open boat Two of the six men who had lived so10ngtnj the little craft died after cbme to them and Kuhl inanspent many weeks in a hospital at Valparaiso recovering from the ef fects of his t rrible experience No word vet has been received from another boat which put off from the tarbu when she was abandoned and jifl is believed that its occupants died of starvation thirst and exposure afie weeks of vain waiting and hope that help might come to themtIt was when she struck out into the Pacific and on her way IiCrpss the th va1weI miles or sea c selJara m her destination that the Starbuck ran intQ trie andbroughtdeath to many of her crew The storm broke in the latter part of July and on the last day of that month her masts were twisted out by the gale and she was left to wallow waterlogged arid helpless in the tumbling seafc For 16 days the men stuck to the doomed craft but at Jast when It Il he Signal of Distress Was Answered s emed every plunge would be her hst they were left no choice but to tske to the tittle boats and trust to b ing picked up by some passing vessel l A full thousand miles separated them from the nearest shore that of South America As the last man left the doomed hulk of the Starbuck the torch was applied to her that she might not continue tp float aimlessly about a menace to other ships For a time after the start the occupants of the two boats kept each other in sight but eventually becam separated Arid then it was each for himself Day and night w eckafter week the occupants of Kuhlmanns boat main ta ned a constant watch foi thesail or wreath of smokje which might mean jAtsight weeks of the most terrible mental and physical suffering the Cariibuskeneth hove in sight The signal of distress which had been set at the first warning was answered and a few minutes later the halffamished shipwrecked waifs were safe on board the big vessel There they were cared for as ten deny and carefully as the facilities at hand would permit but so serious was the condition of all the men that It tothereached Valparaiso Two of the suf ferers were found to be beyond hUt man help however and sank stead ily until death Bites Off Bit of Own Nose Frankfort Ky AdcHph Kratzel a local butcher who Is subject to fits while standing in front of a restaurant was seized with a sudden stroke 6f giddiness and pitched forward to the pavement His false teeth fell out of his moutb striking on the ground and in falling his body struck in such a position that his nose was caught be tween tHe jaws of the teeth severing the organ of smell Bystanders rushed to hit assistance but found that his hftid tad driven the sharp teeth together and that hisnose was hanging by a shred tt 4t WHY I MUST- iiOVE Women are queer Here my sister and I have just got nicely settled in ja flat and now she wants to give it tip I took the flat to please my sis ier as she expects to get married upherOnly the man who has boarded for hav1fngjust as I have begun to enjoysitting under my own vine and fig tree and have ordered flower boxes for the front windows I have got to get out the same as I got in just to please my littlething sisterdidtenement The man my sister Is engaged to is Very absentminded and so nearsighted he cannot see anything unless eputs his nose right onit The first time he came to our apartmentit- was a week after we got settledlier- ang the right bell and started stairs without stopping to look upI see what floor we lived on of going back to find out he in to nose around each door he came tb looking for our name An old Tabby came out of one of the fiats and seeing him stooping over the opposite door she thought he was a sneak thief trying to pick a lock In stead of speaking to him and asking him what he wanted she began to fol low him up the stairs watching to see what he would do Our flat was the righthand top one When Tabby looked through the banisters of the top flight of stairs and saw him disappear in our flat she be came and apo1lilower hall When the policeman came he the janitor and Tabby came up to our flat arid rang the bell My sisters fiance Cecil was out on the fire escape un packing a box of china so the excel yarQ1and The policeman knocked on the door with his club and as he got no answer he made the janitor get a bunch of keys and try them until he found one that fitted and then they alt three walked in My sister heard stealthy footsteps and whispering voices in the hall so she screamed and locked herself up in her bedroom Cecil heard nothing and absentmindedly kept on dropping the excelsior over the fire es cape and watching it float away while he waited for my sister to came back and tell him what to do next So you can imagine his surprise when the cop grabbed him by the coat collar and yanked him in on the kitchen floOr and stood over him club in hand Is this the feller said the cop to Tabby Yes it is said Tabby Come on said the cop and hauled Cecil upon his feet mid began to hustles him out of the flat Cecil thought it was time for him to begin to scream and he yelled Liz zie come out and save me Lizzie 1 my sisters name The policeman asked Lizzie through her locked door if she knew the man She swore she didnt and said lu niust bea burglar and please to take him away a Just then I got back had ban work forcing my warupthe stairs and through the crowd into our hall Whats the matter I asked the policeman This lady he said pointing to Tabby says this maa is a sneak thiefOh rot I exclaimed Why I have known him since he wore long dresses Then I made Lizzie come out and when she saw that it was Cecil who had been arrestedIs e fell in his arms and I mow what she did say but everybody began to laugh and I fired everybody out but the cop the janitor and Tabby- I gave Tabby a piece of my mind and put her out in tears Next I gave the cop a five spot and told him not to tell anybody I told the janitorhewas a fpol and hfe Went off mall because I gave him nothing In the meantime Cecil and Lizzie had disappeared I did not look for ahem but stock my head out the parlor window to cool off and think what the consequences would be And that is the reason my sister wants to give u ittStrange Street Names In China The name proposed as a substitute for the present commonplace title of Sixteenth street in Washington DC- is the Avenue of the Pres dents To this some persons object because of lengthHow lld they like to import a fey street names from China where such poetic titles as the fo lowing are in vogue Street of Golden Profits Street of Benevolence and Love Stre 2t of Ever lasting Love Street of Longevity Street of One Hundred randsons Street of One Thousand randsons Street of Saluting Dragons Street of the Reposing Dragons Str et of Re freshing Breezes Street of Sweeping Beatitudes Street of a Thousandfold Peace Street of Five Happinesses Street of Ten Thousand Happinesses Street of Manifold Brightness and Street of Accumulated Goodness I If ThelampaignisOnI r WHO WILL BE- PRESIDENT 7 ic N f tTO FORMYOUR OPINIONS AND KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THEBRCDGRESSi OF THE CAMPAIGN YOU WILL NEED FIRSTClASS NEWSPAPERS cOURiERJOURNALC ij OR s DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES IUntil December 1908 and THE SUN One Yea for 200i t Qrderiis I No back numbers can be sen tl I special offer is in effecton no will received at icircumstances SEND CFor Trap or Field a STEVENS SINGLE or DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN is Ideal Low in Price High in gun value right through Made in standard lengths weights etc Hammer or Hammerless Styles STEVENSSHOTGUNS- SHOOT STRAIGHT AND STRONG Fertile by Uprogre Bend for 160p geillaj live Hudware snd trued Catalog Sporting Goods Her me entire output chants It yoa cannot HAl ttractlTt cover obtain we ihlp direct In colon Honed for express prepaid upon cents In stamps to paypoitagePrice II t i J STEVENS ARMS TOOL COP O Box 4098 t Chicopee Falls tiiiN1 r SECOND HAND Y fO SAlE All Makes Good as New GOOD ONES RANGING IN PRICES FROM to 15 All GUARANTEE to do GOOD WORK Now your chance to geta good Machine for little money Call on J F BISHOP At Boblit Bishops LiveryXStable SPRINGFIELD KY t TheSpriAgfleld dunF- OR ONE YEAR AND Either of above Dailies UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 IThis campaign subscriptions be THE SUN l ONLYGOTOGRIFFIN STEVENS Qualitygood Massij 501SEWING MACHINES 250 is IeI J SPRINGSThe Season Will Open June 20 The Springs are located Ip2 miles South of Camp bellsville on the Columbia p fe Terms Reasonable i R FAULKNER Prop CDOHONEY Mng 3 ic I i Rome KySr i IIl18 81 NOTICECHICKEN RAISERS RoueCankerNo cure No pay Guaranteed by HAYDON tne Druggist Cures Gapes InstantBardstown Ky May 4 1908 Une drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the instantyWhenpreventive I have ever known WILL COOMES CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times orieyear5 00 The 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 7tf The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months V 230 The Sun and the Sunday Cour j ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sufl and the Louisville daily Herald one year 325 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4i xV r aoeoO9ooeoaO oeoeuaoeo eoepoeaeoepegeoenaenaeo r WHEN YOU WANT TO KEEP COOk i = = 4 60TO Allen s t Ice Ct y ParlorI andi t Confectionery iiYou will always find at Allen sf q the best Ice Cream Refresh t Soft Drinks and the best Candies and Fruits the market affords ii Le AIiji t Proprietor ttQt QQe QfSOS Q Q e iil7i J r J 1t y p j t j t f 4r 1r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1908 1 I SPRINGFIELD SUN a ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY L or SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance S fJ ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice atSpnngfiela 1YJfor transmission through the l s as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ORe arM 100 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 1 Win writing to hav your address changed always give the postofThe to which J 8 going as well as the ostoffice to which yoU ihitsent t I DEMOCRATIC TICKET l T oFoa PRESIDENT j 1 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYANT Of Nebraska Ii FOR VICEPREIDENT t v JOHN W XERN La Of Indiana 1 II4 5QNV4BEN JOHNSON 3 cF NELSON COUNTY fts tNOUliCJMEliTSf FOR SHERIFF vWe are authorized to announce A G noIftinat subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Richard JD Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and Hubert Virgin t t BFOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce S J Anderson for Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic Deputies Byron Croake Geo Powell Sam Hale and IL H Eddleman A c fENWICK r 4f Born to the wife of Mr Lloyd Fen wick on the 9th an eight pound boy Mrs Prudy Parrott of near Lebsi I non and Miss Mayme Gavernaugho L Louisville were the pleasant guests of Miss Mattie Begley Saturday and Sun jday r J Misses Retta Barker and Olhe Cat letfy ot Springfield were guests of Mr WlT BarkerIMr James Anderson and wife of Dear Texas spent Sunday afternoon with Mr Lioyd Fenwick and family Mr Alex Kelty and Miss Bertha Graves of Manton were the pleasant guests of the Misses Cissell Sunday last Mr Steve Begley of Texas spent Saturday night and Sunday with hte r parents at this place The party given by Mr John Raney Saturday night was well attended and all report an enjoyable time IMr Lon Barker wire arid little son- Mr John Barker wife and two chil- L spent Saturday night and Sunday ithMrJ D Barker of Springfield Messrs Less Bottoms and Joe Wyr OffOf Mackville were at this place Sunday afternoon Miss Mattie Begley began her school at Texas Monday lastcThe birthday dinner given by Mr W W Adams was well attended and all report an enjoyable time f Mr Johnnie Hines spent Monday nieht with Harry Janes Mr A L Litsey of Pleasant Grove was the guest of his sister Mrs Nan nie Fenwick Saturday BOOKER r i The following spent last Sunday at Mr Ben Piles Mr and Mrs Joe Goat ley and son Robert dfMt Ziorg Mr and Mrs Alvin Riley of Stringtown onthePik Mrs Cathie Settje and BOn Harry of Booker All had a good time Miss Lillie Pile and brother Mr Ernest Pile visited in Louisville last t week Master Theo Boblitt has returned from a four weeks visit to his moth ers home in Louisville He was accom 4 panied back by his sister Miss Ruby Boblitt Mr and Mrs Edward Pile and little daughter Datherine Mrs Ham Pile and son Herbert and Miss Judith Montgomery spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs L Kirsch of near Bloomfield Our 4th of July picnic or fish fry in everyWayr had plenty of fishnusic and fun Ev erybody had a good time We also had good sermon in thej afternoon by Rev Pinkston who is now holding a protract d camp meeting in Yocum Groye atM ore yille Mr and Mrs Arthur Mudd werein Mid Saturday evening MK A E Browne of Rumsay Ky is visiting hiaunt Mrs Josie Settle MrX Willie Wallmgford of String townonthe Pike called in this neigh btnrhood Sunday afternoon I Messrs Emmet Settle and Charlie Butl spent Sunday with Mrand Mrs Joe Settle IEN WICK tiIL G Martin and boys started put with their hay baler last week Myrtle Barr ck and U G Martin were in Springfield Tuesday on busi nessFMr and Mrs Burchell spent from Saturday until Monday with Mr Dolph BarrIck and wife Miss Ina Burchell of Lebanon spent last week with her uncle and zunt Mr and Mrs Dolph Barrick Mr J E Graves is On the sick list at this writmg Miss Hattie Bowles was the pleasant guest of Miss SadyeMayes Saturday night and Sunday Mr Steve Begley was with his parents at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs Wni Nally and little son Bdhon spent Sunday with Mri and- sJ Alex Smith Miss Adray Canary was tne guest of Miss Sadye Fenwick Saturday night Mrs Myrtle Bowles is on the sick list at this writing Mr Elmer Anderson wife and baby hpf Gethsemane were with their moth er Airs G A Anderson last week Mrs Catherine Bottom and son Jeff of California are visiting relatives here this week Mrs Nannie Fenwick and son Mr Lloyd Fenwick were at St Rose last Saturday Miss Pearl Fenwick visited her sister Miss Alma Fenwick Saturday night Mr Sam Mayes and family Mr Less Mayes and wife were guests of their sister Mrs Will Barker last Sunday i Turkeys Dying saysBourbonedy I have ever used that will cure turkey diseases I gave my turkeys a few doses when they were dying and it speedily cured thembSold 15y all druggists WHITEHALL rtHyule Mr and Mrs E W Steele spent Fri day with Mr G DShewmaker and family Mrs Ellen Birch Mary J Royalty Lizzie Birch and daughter Mae spent Saturday with Mrs Sue Turner of Mackville Mr Cosby Burton and family attend ed church at Freedom Sunday and dined with Willie Mooreand family Mrs Ellen Lambert spent Saturday night with Mr Elvin Birch and family Mr Harrison Steele is spending the week with his daughter Mrs Warner Mr Reuben Bottoms and wife spent Sunday with E W Steele and family Miss Dora Riley and Oma Harlow are very low at this writing Just Exactly Right 1 haye used Pr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of Harrisville N Y1New Life Pills relieve without the least discom fort Best remedy for constipation biliousness and malaria 25c at Hay don Robertsons drug store t PUBLIC SALE Of FARM AND STOCK Thursday July 30 On account of bad health on the myIBeech Fork river containing 170 acres 80 acres bottom land remainder In grass and timber Seven acres jn fine cedar timber Place is we watered and is in good state of cultivation Good outbuildingsTheiiollowirig Six hbrse mules 3 to 5 ydars old 4 mare Mules 3 to 5 years old wellbroke two mares with mare colts pne a mule one 2yearold filly six steers and one heifer fat weight 1000 to 1100 Ibs hog3Qfjonone disc harrow one wheat drill and other farming implements Lot of poplar and oak timber 600 feet of pine flooring Cider mill one mowing machine and rake Terms made known on day of Saleit1Oa m saleI 4LJOUNSON If Dr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST TeethExtracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Vork Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Coun y Clerk W F Booker issued a mamas e license to Mr Nelson Barnett and M ss Sallie Hidgon oh last Satur day If you want a nice picture frame call upon L achman Campbells FOR RENTThree rooms in the Sear y lat Phone 127 FOR ALEA No1 good PAIR OF MARE MULES 3yearsold well broke single op double JAMES E HASAN pdr2t Springfield Kyj Rt If r A large variety of moulding for pic ture frames iii Leachman Camp bellsIAs we go tp press we learn than Blr J R Claybr oke Jr has purchased the fine farm belonging to Mr Jim Ep EJPersonsy picure Leachman Campbell at reasonable prices The ladies of the Mackville Christian church will give a court day dinner in Springfieldcounty court day in Octo ber Insure in the Kanners Home Insur ance Company tqeonly company that pays its losses in full J N Wells General MDJ Junction City Ky Auctioneer S M Campbellreports a dull county court day at Danville Mon day Very few cattle on the market which was very dull in spite of the large crowd No market for horses at all While threshing on last ThurSda Messrs Campbell Bottom of near 5stadkbushels by fire originating from sparks from the enginefI Mr Hamilton Robertson has resigned his position as manager of the local Base Ball Club and Messrs Geo Col vm and Theo Campbell have reorgan ized the team and will manage it throughout this season NOTICE Parties who had sheep killed by dogs during 1907 are notified by County Clerk Booker that the money to pay the loss s has been received You are requested to come in at once andr ceive payment Mr Joe F Bishop has been harvesting his hay crop on his farm near Mooresvilie during the past week and repprts one of the finest if not the fin st crop of hay ever mown within this county Shth Nov the son of Mr Hugh Noe came near meeting with a serious accident While up in a tree gathering wild cherries the branch on which he was standing broke causing him to fall several feet He was unconscious for some time but with the exception of a few bruises has entirely recovered Mondays rain cameasa tehef to many farmers of this and various othqr sections who were suffering from the long drought that had partially de stroyed the crop However the glorious rain came in time to renew and bring forth the corncrop and pos sibly develope at least an average yield of the golden grain The tobacco too was suffering for want of moisture and is now promising to be a fairly good crop In this issue of The Sun wJll be found an advertisement of Mr C H Bohan nori representipg MontenegroRiehm Music Co of Louisville which will prove o Aiteiest to those who will at tend the Washington County Fair Mr Bohannon will have on display a lot of high grade pianos and organs and wil giye a piano recital each day during the fair These recitals will be free and will be musical treats Dont fail to attend these recitals Mr Bohannon handles none but the best instruments He does all of his tuning and is in position to personally guarantee every in strument he sells To Mammoth Cave Washington county excursion to Mammoth Caye July 30th on regular morning train 725 the round trip from all stations This amount will pay the railroad fare also board at Cave Hotel and long route trip through the Gavel Tickets limited to ten days 1S1SISLS SSLSS SS SIS1SIS SS1SIS1SiSS 8 ale eee p I UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE ITOGET SOME OF BARGAINS OFFERED B- YTHEB1GSTOREi IN THEIR GREAT J- ULYCLEARANCESALE II Remember this last only till August r This is an unusual chance to buy seasonable mer chandise of high grade at amazingly low prices We must reduce our immevse stock FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS S 2500 Yard of Embroidery at half price 2000 Yards Torchon Lace that sold for sc and roc per yard AT HALF PRICEJnree spools thread loc One lot percals 5c r Not over ten yards to each customer t Dress Goods and Silk Dept All wool Voile 40 in wide Copenha gen Blue anclj Gray 75c yalue sa e price per yd29c-One assorted lot Novelty Suitings 36 in wide nice for ladies and girls suit 50c yale sale price2acO- ne pc black all wool Voile 42 in 100 value6cOne pc black all wool Venitian 50c yalue 25c One pc yd wide black Taffeta Silk 95c value 75c One pc yd wide black Taffeta Silk 1 25 value98cOn-epc all wool Cream Albatross 36 im wide 50c value 39c r Wash Goods Department Good line Dress Ginghams J7Jc Best Domestic Dress Ginghams slOc Beautiful Imported 50c Dress Ging hams35clNovelty Ginghams 2oc value for15c Percale lOc value7cY- d wide Percale 15c valuelOcL- adies Suit Department All Dress Skirts 25 per cent off Ladies JaCketaat cosjt Silk andSatine Petticoats at cost Muslin Underwear Kimonas Wrap pers and Ladies Waists at cost a lot of of a 10 to 15 at new at J 60 64 72 at of I lb Calf in 2 to 2 50go in at SI 39 Eu at 01 E worth S9 toto in it 1 go at Ladies in toe up to date at V s at A of GentS Shoes 2 we Sixteei pairs 2 2to = i We nice rain to which was much needed Mrs McMillen daughter Willie of Springfield Mrs W S Y We Quote Some Prices From Each- Departnieiit Give You An Idea of the Wonderful YouIThis Sale have Suits one that sold for will close them 250 to 498 yourtlifeBoys Suits goods cost Somefew price go night Mollie Fannie spent with Mrs Mr Minor wife Sutton of J H i o the T IIi t f f on for next FOR 33 13 are I 4 white Table inch white Table 85c value 63c inch white Table 125 price 12x26 Towels 18x32 Towels Towels Carpet per yd 20c per ydi 25c Union ydL32c- W Filled per ydr40cAll per 15c 20c and 25c 15c 40c grade25c9xi2 Rugs 1350 9x12 Rugs 1650 grade 1200 9x12 Velvet Rugs 2250 grade 1500 Hearth Rugs cut Clothing 2500 2250 and 2000 One Mens and Boys Hats Lot Mens fine Shirts Half Pricethancost j and jysOdd at Bargain Sixty pairs Mens Satin and Kid Sloes iood style toes and comfortable last worth sale Twentyfour pairs Mens kle Plow Shoes 141 Twentysix pairs Mens Kid worth 175 250 this sale pairs Mens Patent Kid 250 now 149 Sixty pairs Vici and Paten good style and lasts will sell omen and White xfords half prIce few pairs Little sizes worth 150 will sell atc Boys Shoes sizes to5 worth Soat 149 iIThe ROBERTSON SLSIS SsSSiiSiiaSSSiSSSiSIS SisSs HARDESTY bada fall Friday very and visited To We kind We this Goodlett and Saturday Mrs Williams and daughter Wednesday JLucy Sales Sutherland and and Miss Olive were the pleasant guests Mr Gray and family 33jPer Discount We are erstockedin following goods Ladies Shirt Waists India Linen Dresses Muslin Underwear Parasols Special prices the above goods Saturday CASH per cent goods all CieariVrPUR CHASED THIS SPR- INGGRUNDY MciNTIRE Linen Department inch Damask for35cDamask Damask value 9Oc pricedqz dozasHemmed eachi4cHemmed each7cHemmed 20x42 each12e Department Granite Carpets Sultana Carpets per 001 Carpets wool Ingrain Carpets Mattings regular regular grades Mattings regular Brussels grade1000 Brussels prices Department All SuitsexI 1Alllot at atl4ss Mens Pants Prices Oxfords ghteen Oxfords Oxfords Icost Childrens Canvass CLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED ISSSSSISSS Friday Gent SkirtsIReadymade Off These H gradelOcMattings Tuesday Mr Gilbert Chesser attended church at Hillsbpro Tuesday night Mr W B Shirley and wife and Miss Lizzie Shirley lof Willisburg spent Sunday with Mr W S YGOOdl tt and family I Several from here attended the chtl drens exercises at Chaplin Sunday night i ijMrs W SY Goodlett anddaugh ter Tavie spent Friday with MrlEzra Goodlett and family Mr Bobbie Sutherland ofcChaplin visited his aunt Mrs J H Gray Wednesday IMiss OllIe Gray is spending this week with her cousin Mrs Sallie Sutherland ot Wilhsburg Mr falter Louis and wife were in Springfield Saturday business SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMtfL Rich lley Springtield wants some hay to cut on shares Let him know at once J T Watts Parksville Iyhas for sale 15 nice rojlch cows Dee Riley Rtx 3 has for sales a good milk cow Short horn has young calf C L Grundy Rt 1 has for sale 50 good shoats Sh man Martin Springfield has for sale a good milk cow C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale 500 to 800 bushels of corn Will fromIany amount from half bushel Up W Pi Hatchett Mackville sale 45 head of young steers A L Perkins Rt 3 has for sale a good 3yearold milk cow with 3rd calf C H Perkins Rt lliu for sale a nice Jersey cow Jas M Janes Rt 3 has for sale about 30000 feet of beech lumDer50 per hundred J A Tucker Springfield Rt 2 has for sale a good short horn bull Also about12000 feet of good oak lumber James E Hagan Rt 1 has for sale a Number 1 good pair of threeyear old mare mules well broke single or double f11 t tI c 1T r I II THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1908 1f n t s ieoeneoeonepeoeoeJteqeo a IPersonal Notes a1 0nVisitors In and Out of Towifc A a- Round Up oftlieWeekso n Personal News e anen 0eoeQeoeoeooeo eQeo n l tMiss Laura May Brown of Louis visiting her aunt Mrs FM martin i Mr Powell Boulware of cOUnkJf visiting at the home of hi Jr A Boulware Mrs Matt Mayes and son Thorn are guests of Mrs J R Mahon of Lebanon Mr and Mrs Edgar Adams of Brooklyn N Y are visiting relatives in the county Mrs Bowling Green is visiting at thrGrun y Home j Mr of Owens boro is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs G E Medley Mrs TjW Simms Sr whA has been quite is improving Mrs Flaget Wathen is visiting her son Mr Richard Wathen of Birds town Junction J v Miss Myrtle Campbell and Master Donald Campbell left today for a visit xto Mr Arthur Campbell of Indianap iolis f Miss Ethel Weathers of Lexing ton who is spending the summer at Tatham Springs is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Roberts Miss Fannie Thompson and Miss Pettus are visiting at thehome of Mr J F Pettus Mrs Weisen and Miss Susie Penn will leaye the last of the week for a I ten days stay at French Lick Springs l =Miss Alice McElroy returned home last Friday after a three Weeks visit to Mrs E E Buster of Harrqdsburg +Misses Fannie and Annie McElroy have returned from a several weeks stay at Crab Orchard Miss Annie McElroy is in Louis- Ville =Miss Eleanor Duncan is the guest of Miss Louise McElroy of Lebanon +Mr Casper JCuhn of Nashville Tenni is visiting xriends and relatives here Miss Lou Booker is spending a few days with Judge Reeves and family of Le15anoniQ Mrs Ardis Brown returned home relativeinr Miss Alice Haydon of Louisville t is the guest of Miss Lizzie Logsdon rMr John Reed of near Booker was in torday on business i Misses Jennie Redding and Ella l Duncan have returned from Lake Chautauqua N Y =Mr Albert Beyil of Cleveland 0 was here the first of the week Miss Lucille Payne has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to Miss Mabel Williams Mr Ralph McGill spent Monday and Tuesday in Lebanon Mr C H McIntire spent several Mealecounty returned from a ten days stay at Mitchellsburg ansr au wer j iji town Tuesday Miand Mrs S H Bishop visited the former s father who is very ill at his home near Fairfield Nelson county Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs T B Flaugher has been quite ill during the past week but is convalescing at present t Mr and Mrs W F Moran visited friends near Valley Hill today CIMrs John LQffutt of Bloomfield is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke of neartown Miss Virginia Foster of Louisville visited friends in town Saturday and SUnday Mr James L Wharton Jr hasI returned to Grand Rapids Mich a visit tQh parents Mr and Mrs J Li Wharton Miss Georgic Gray has returned to Louisville after ayisitto the family of i Mr J L Wharton Mrs Rogers Sore and children spent Sunday in Hodgenville Miss Pearl Connor of Frederick town is visiting her sister Mrs Katie Williams Miss Katie Wpodbritfge of Hender son returned home Friday after aIvisit to Rev and Mrs R E C Law son Miss Annie Raybourne who has been in Oakland Cal for the past five years with her sister Mrs Rinehart is visiting her mother Mrs Maggie Raybourne of Mackville I Miss Blanche Bonta ofnear Mt I Zion spent last week as the guest ofIher sjster MrsS H Bishop Messrs Theo Campbell and JoeI Pettus attended the fair at Crab I Oiclardlast week 7 Mrs S H Bishop and visitors visited I friends near Valley Hill Thursday = Mr Nelson a street railway con I ductorof Kansas City Mo visited his mother here last week I +Mr Ji A Tongwho is doing carpenter work in Shepherds ille visited his family here the first of the week fWe are glad to report the condition of Mrs J A Tong who recently un derwent the third successful operation for cancer of the breast at the Me Chord Infirmary in Lebanon as much Iifor r W A New Feature o- TheFair i t rT41e interjeStingOne of The Leading features Will be the PIANOE1CHIBIT r MR CoH BOHANNON will have a nice line of Pianos and OrgansI at the FLORAL HALL and will give at least one piano recital a day cThe Piano that he will use in these recitals will be the PLAYER PIANO similar to the one shown in this cut Be sire to take advantage of these recitals as this Piano certainlyone of the Great Wonders of the Century All Pianos and Organs will be sold for a small payment down Remainder in monthly payments or as may best suit the customer C H BohannonRepresenting MontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville 1I t I 1i Ia J III s III- August 12 15 FOUR III FairrN MiItMiWtiWt 1b MM M I1Hflhl1 Tj Will Be the Most Interesting In the History of Washington County I +MHltfI 4IH4Hi 1 MMtinhi MM MM 1HI TIHItiIt M tMtt1 + 1 lif Y i W + ++f T II rMrs C A Green and children are spending the week at Lebanon 11rsJ C McElroy who under went an Operation at Elizabeth Hospital in Lebanon is not improving as rapidly as Was hoped having suffered relapse- a few days ago Her condition today better Mr E S Mayes Sr has been ill for several days of stomach trouble but his condition is thought to ter at this time bejetI Misses Sallie McElroy and McGhord leave Friday for trip to Lake Chautauqua New York Niagara Falls Buffalo and other points in the East They will be gone three weeks IMis Mary Wakefield of Maud the guest of Miss Laura Shehan isI IMr T Graves whose illness has been reported from week to Week in The Sun is worse and his condition now considered critical However Is1 attending physician hits not given hope of his recovery IA pleasant weekend party was at the home of Judge yE Selocman The visitors were Miss llary Lawrence Claxton and Messrs Bavis Edwards and Boyce Watkins Miss Claxton one of Louisvilles most charming society belles and the young yers It is sinter ly hoped that they may sooiynake another visit to Spring ieldt = On Tuesday night party was given at the homt of Mr JR Clay brooke in honor of Miss Laura Butler of Scottsboro Alai Japanese lanterns cast beautiful and subdued lilhtoyer the spacious lawn of Mr Claybrookes country residence From the parjor came the entrancing strains ss Mary Haydons cli soprano voice r Among those present were Miss DUr rettand her two brothers of Bloomfield Miss Thompson the charming visitor from Stanford and most se lect company of young people from the town and county All who attended Pronounce it one of the most charming social events of the summer It Cant Be Beat i The best of allteachers is experience C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina says find Electric Bitters does all thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant be beat have tried it and find it 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 and malaria Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c = Ladies Free First Day iSchool Children Free Second Day Baby Show a Great Feature 4Floral Hall Will Be a Thing of Beauty and a JjForevedT Melodious Music Every Day By One of the be tBands7 t DISPLA airLIVE STOCK WILL ECLIPSE ALL FORMER EFFORTS vitlfr Complete Revission of Premium List n7a a J is lawIa a r a I I a DAYS j r t SIMMS Mr J W Brown is on the sick list Miss Mayme Caverhaugh of Louis ville is visiting Mr and Mrs H J Parrott at Wood Hill Mrahd Mrs Edd Brown and children and Mary Ann Brown are camping at the Chautauqua this week Miss Mary Gilkie Miss Rose Wathen Master Nick Wathen of Louis land are visiting Mrs Disy Body this week Miss Mattye Begley of Texas is the pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs H J Parrott Miss Fanny Logsdon hits returned home after a visit at Fenwick Miss Ellen Yankey is visiting her sister Mrs Chas BosWell near Spring field Miss Maggie Ynnjkcy arid Mt Patsy Horan attended church at Pine Grove Tuesday night Miss Mattye Beg y and Mr J 11 Hpran attended the Chutauquaat Lebanon Saturday Miss Mayme Cayernough Mrs H J = I Parrott and Miss Mattye Begley spent Sunday with Mrs Tom Waters Mrs Kate Buckman spent Monday with her sister Miss Ella Tobin who is very sick with malarial fever Misses Mary Mattye and Robert Yankey yisited Misses Mary Lena and Lula Clay Epperson near Springfield last Saturday night Mr and Mrs Tom Peterson of Tex PeayyIMrs Maggie Rollins and Mr J A weekfrs spent several days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs C R Benmng ton Mrs H J Parrott entertained Sat urday evening in honor of Miss Mattie Begley and Miss Mayme Cavernaugh Those present were Misses Amie Horan Margaret and Belle Yankey Frances Logsdon and Pansy Benning ton Messrs Clem Brown John and Henry Horan and Ijay Harmon The Springfield Sun 100 per year WANT Etc t HOMAN + J it j TATHAM SPRINGS k Rev Hatchett filled his regular ai H pomtment here SundayfMessrs R C Pink ton and Ed Ferr kins attended church here Sunday V Mr Will Tatham of Illinois w1ioif Visiting his grandmother at this place entertained a number of friends atpteT iJMrsattended church at Mt Freedom Sunt d irTMr school this year 5 Miss Emma Hiatt spent Satuirdav ant Sunday at home V Cscar Shirley spent Sunday evenuir at Dhaplin f jl Miss Ota Dennis of Pleasant Grove att nded church at Willisburg Sundayt 3 thequie a number arepresent and sweet appeals to the heart and lightens j1 many of lifes burdens JMessrs W K Robertson ani Ja A Boulware of Springfield Spent JasllJ we ek at the Springs I tyfyty tH+ + i+ ++ t tg tit New Produce House r We have opened a Produce house in the Brick Building on Main street formerly oCCU- pied lby W H Bond andannounce to the public that we will +Lts Pay The Highest Cast PricesA FOR ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE fV4 QSOOOOOQOOQOOOOQCO GGGGOOOOGOOOGOGGOO WE Chickens FagsButter Hides Feathers OOOOCOCXXKSOOOOGCfOO GOOOOCOGGGOOGGOOCO G W CO w ++i + O muic s it J SPRINGfiELD KENTUCKY tit i rIt I d N4 e t I i T for i f r 15 1908ICR1MINL WHEN t t MIND IS BlANK SERVANT GIRL ARRESTED FOR- ROBBING ROOMMATE TELLS ODD STORY OF APrASrA I JS PURSUED BY DELUSIONS iAfter Taking Money at Denver She Wanders to Leadville to Get Away from Mysterious p commit Denver CoT a crime and liaveno knowledge oflit until fur oiished with proof many weeks later is the unfortunate position Iin which Hannah Lindy a pisbner in the ma trons quarters 6f the city jail finds herself She is a Danish servant pos messing attractions above the average of one of her station 4 The girl was arrested py Deputy Sheriff Shafer on the charge of steal Ing 80 and some jewelry from Ida I Lehten of Twentythird street The alleged theft was committed three weeks ago The girl was found at the tome of a brother In Leadyille and re turned to Denver Not until she was shoMfii facts to support the charges agaiftst her did she become impressed with the sense bt her guilt By tracing jher move ments back to the day of her depar tire from Denver she recalled haviiig In her possession a sum of money ob1tainedble and unusual story of lapses of memory and her inabilit to control or even totealize her actipns t The present case is one the best illustrations I can give omy misfor tune she began Ida Lenten1 is one of my dearest friends Itj is hardly likely that I would rob a girl who had befriended me and helped men timo of need jfWe were roommates and had been together on Twentytthfrd street months If I had ever In robbing anyone sUe would be 1living person Id choose tor a victim 1P Yo Found Myself In the Union Station I loftheThe only Incident in connection wJththe robbery dates frcm thq even ing about three weeks go when I Iqund myself standing In the waiting room at the Union statlo4I had 80 imy chatelaine bag and some little trinkets I was then trying to recall w ere I had secured them but I could Allot j JI seemed sel edwftl1lan irresisti ble impulse to tlI1ht to run sway from some one I did not know whom I wandered towa1dthe ticket window andmech e for a ticket to Leadville I seemeh tb be forced to go and I r nieDlbered1 had a brother living in be- lieyed I would be safe th ire from the thing from which I was fleeing r As another proof never In tended to rob my thatjl that A even knew T had t money Is that a few weeks ago I wrote to her and asked her to send sor le of my be Jongings As soon as ihe learned where I was she toldthe authorities Since the charge of theft was made against me I nave tried to re- iresh my memory of the events surrounding the supposed theft I dont- t1 deny that I stole the money But I L cannot see that I am to Tham for itd that Is for doing a thing over which I had no control IJannah says she foun herself in similar predicaments in childhood When a little girl she says she waS accused many times of suail thefts VEuchfls books and other tinketsfiom- pupils at school L Tree Saves a Mans Life Waterbury Conn Chaiies Mallory 23uppos d to be a farm h Of tols suburbs wandering f4oiiialcottV recenUy lost hiS way in ffie daikness and fell over a wall He iknded In the crotch of a tree growing out of the side of a cljff He had bedn there per haps 12 hours when his groans were heard by a young girl f crossing a swamp formilkVMallory was taken out4with two crlbs broken and a d ankle His watch escaped without even a vj roken crystalV f l VV GRAFT IN THE PHILIPPINES Exorbitant Salaries Paid to Officials in- the slandSIThe Inter Island News of Zambango 1thethe United States In the Philippl esru the secretary ofthe interior SBcretary of the treasury secretar ofV cqm merce and superintendent 8f public instruction receive i5DOO apiejce while in this country the secretaries of the interior the treasury and commerce apd labor get 8000 apiece ancj the commissioner of education 3500 Nor is that the worst feature of extravagance in the Philippines The writer of the article referred to adds But the worst feature of the situ ation is that fully double the number of public servants needed are employed This together witlVthe ex orbitant salaries paidshow what might be accdmplisned in the way of public improvements if the revenues Qt the islands were economically ex- pfrded While the business men of Manila dp not favor any reduction of revenue they do favor a substantial cut in the exorbitant salaries of offi cials and other jsQurces of leakage Which will enable the government to brow at least one hundred million of dollars gold with which to build high ways railways and other necessary public improvements This would open up these islands from end to end and increase production a hun dredfold Recognizing this fact the business menof the Philippines are willing to pay every cent they can stand for this purpose but they are tirejl of wearing themselve to their withers paying exorbitant salaries to andJests of the archipelago They see the civil government here expending practically 0000000 local currency on is known as the Benguot roadand for what purpose Solely for the benefit of a few public officials who may take a junket ovei it once or twice during the course of a year If this official boulevard inci dentally opened up an acre of proI ductive territory the business men would applaud the action of the gov ernment But it does not Absolutely reverThis of money expend6diipoiv highways in any direction from Ma nila would have opened up a vast and productive territory teeming w th pop ulation What Standpatting Cost Every months delay in placing wood pulp on the free list the Chicago Journal points out increases the dim culties hi adjusting the sources of wood pulp supply It continuesV For instance the Ontirio govern ment has just laid down the principle that in selling wood pulp limits there must be a proviso thathe pulp is manufactured into paper within the province This Is to beneit Canadian labor The province w welcome American capitaF ino converting spruce trees Into paper but the work must be done on Canadian soil We have previously noted grooving restric tions xin similar lines by the provin cial governments of Quebec New Brunswick and British Columbia While yet these new barriers are being raised our tariff standpatters calmly Ignore the pressing demand from all sections of the United States for the removal of wood pulp duties They are not unaware of Canadas readiness totak advantage of present delay The more racily our own for ests are depieted more profit does Canada expect from her coming bar gain to supply Our deficiencies This Is but one Instance of what American consumers must pay in order that their tariff overlords my build up great private fortunes r Republican Extravagance As long as the boom in business continued there was not much notice taken of the extnavagapt appropria tions by congressNbut now tile bourn has busted and Republican prosperity has vanished arid the receipts pf the government are running at the rate of 60000000 behind the outlay one Would think it was time to economize 13ut the presentcongress is more ex than over arid seems determined to leave the national cup board bare for the incoming Democrats as the Republicans did under similar circumstances in 1884 when President Cleveland was first elected The fact is the Republican managers are good business spenders like gamblers but what is now needed and what the country must ome to is careful spenders who while providing all revenue necessary for the govern ment will not waste the substance of the people A Possible New Issue It Is reported that a number of for eign diplomats have been invited to at tend the Republican national conven tion at Chicago June 17 and that they have accepted the invitation This is a new departure in American politics Most of the diplomats are monarchists representatives of European or Asi atic kings Their influence at a convention of Republicans would be dls Itlnctly evil The president as the head of his party should forbid their attendance and no doubt would do so if he were not himself a monarchist at j heart There will be ho Imperialistic j ambassadors at the Denver conven lion That convention may see fit to ndemn the presence of such ambas Isadors at Chicagoj and that may raise issue in our pqlitics V1V VVV i 1MJi1r tr n Get the habit of dragging the roads after a rain r Sheep like pasturage where the grass is short and tender Keep the milking stools up off of the barn floor Bad things to stumble lover plowing followed up by good seeding and cultivation insure the good harvest by and by It Is a good plap to turn the sheep out to pasture as early as possible so that thy may get after the weeds It is the farmer who understands farming who makes it pay It is folly to think that any one can make a success of agriculture A separate pasture for the yearlings and other young stock is a good thing They do better than when run in the same pasture with the cows It Is as important in hog breeding as with cattle to be particular of the sire used Go miles to get a thoroughbred boar Ifyou have to It will pay you d Keep close track of the flock Count the lambs every day Easy for them to stray and unless you discover it afT once you are certain to lose a Iamb- occasionally Perhaps you cannot help the qual iittof cows you have at the present ime but as you breed and raise new stock you can see to It that you breed and raise only the best Many fruit growers advise that the new growth of raspberry and black berry canes which is x to furnish the fruit next year should be pinched Oft at the tips when bout 18 inches high Do not block out too much work tar the team and then fret at them and crowd them all day in order to get the work done You will not gain anything In the ldngrun and will hurt your horses and your own disposition Riding to town on a split log drag to attend a good roads meeting seems eminently fitting This Is what a number of farmers did In Missouri rd cently and the farmer who rode his drag the farthest wps given a prize Good idea Other states please copy The gamboling lamb Is the healthy growing lamb When you see the little fellows with humped back Jind drooping head you may be sure you have a sick animal to look after and do not dey doing so Be sure that it Js getting enough to eat Perhaps the ewe is failing to supply the t necessary nourishment Not only Is the horse entitled to comfortable quarters and good feed butqls harness should be made to fit especially the collar In buying a collar select one pliable enough to conform to the shoulder do not make the shoulder conform to the collar If it does not choke it Is long enough When doing heavy work In hot muggy weatjier loosen the collar often and let In the air Get through with the chqres early and sppnd the evcningin mapping out the work for the following day In this way you will get time for needed ret and will find that your time will count for moie The hired man sliQuid never have to spend his time hunting you uPto ask what he shall do next Give him his orders forth day J4 ont crowd him too hard him plenty to fill the day bllfgie farmer who has been troubled with crows getting his corn has made Ibis fields immune trOut the birds at tack by sprinkling a pint of kerosene over eacli lcck of corns and shoveling it over until each kernel is tainted by the oil He says when the job is done right there Is no trouble with corn going through the planter Another method used by some farm ers is to smear the corn slightly with coal tarV v Watch the horses shoulders after they begin heavy work A little pre- Uminary care will obviate irritqting conditions which will reduce the work ing capacity of the animals to a serious extent It pays to wash the shoul ders with cold water every evening after the harness has been removed The bath removes the fever and har dens the skin so It will stand a greater strain Be sure the collar fits the shoulder perfectly A gQod pad wiN do much towards preventing sore shoulders if all the dirt and hair is washed off under the surface at least once each week riI ThereIs qnrjj pneicwe for the sheep worrying dogI Scaly legs can be cured by appH ation of coalgas tar Iwls tnVeaijly +to the market- hith catcfS the highest price J You like your bath ahd the horse likes to be curried It does him good Lob rManagefteld It is a most important and raliiable part oT the farm r The cow that has been Intelligently wintered will now give good report of herself as she gets on full grass As a rule it does not pay to do tor poultry Preventive measures are bet ter than all the remedies you can find Give the lawn clippings to the hens and the little chicks if they are con fined in yards They will make good use of them Exchange ideas with your neighbor give him a helping hand occasionally speak the encouraging word be really and truly neighborly The second corn exposition Is booked for Omaha pext December Go in and try for some of the many prizes which will be offered A good cow poorly kept needs a new master a poor cow well kept Is unprofitable and should be sent to the butcher to make room for a good cow Nervous BreakDown Nerve energy is the force that contols the or gans of respiration drI ciilation digestion and elimination When you feel weak nervous irri table sick it is often Because you lack nerve energy and the process of rebuilding and sustain ingilif is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases and villwe believe benefit if n9tI entirely cure you Try it IV My nervous system gave away completely and left me on the verge of the grave I tried skilled physicians but no permanent relief I got so badT I had to give up my business I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine In a few days I was much better and I continued to improve until entirelycured I am in business again and never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy W L BURKE Myrtle Creek Oregon Vour druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we him to return of first bottle only If It falls I to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind IIEI THE ES tPOINT j JIf you are a business man did you ever think qf the field of opportunity that advertis ingopens to you There is almost no limit to the possi bilities of your business if you study how to turn trade into your store If you are not get ting your share of the business Gf your community theres a reason People go where they are attractccl where tluYV know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in your advertising see to it that you are able to fulfill every promise you make You will add to your business reputation and hOld your customers It will not cost as much to run your ad in this paper as you think It is the persistent ad vertiser who gets there Have something in the paper every issue no matter how small We will be pleased to quote you our advertising rates par ticularly on the years business The SUN 31 Real Estate Bargains 41 Springfieldbarn plenty of tobacco land Close to church and school Price 40 per acre No 42S5 acres in Nelson county 3 good barns good dwelling all the farm in grass Priqe 60 per acreV Springflaiddwelling and barn Close to churchands- chooL On good pike Price 15 per acre No 10108 acres 7 miles from Springfield 15 acres of timber plenty land new tobacco barn large dwelling well watered fine orchard Close to depot and ongood pike Price 35 per acre No 167 196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good Dike one seven room dwelling in good repair 15 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass and well watered Good stock barn Price 30 per acre No 18194 acres 10miles from Springfield good six room dwelling on good pike 3 miles from a depot 1 mile from school and church good stock barn 60 acres of fine bottom land 600 rods ofstone fence Price 32 per acre No 20215 acres 9 miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres of fine timber fine orchard plenty of grass Price 3250 per acre No 22121 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwelling on a good pike young orchard good barn and fine water Price 15 per acre No 23139 acres 9 miles from Springfield small dwelling two good tobacco barns will hold 15 acres of to bacco 1 mile from Maud some timber all the farm fine tobacco land well fenced Price 35 per acre V No25L248 acres 8 room dwelling good cellar good well in yard fine tbetarmin3 miles from graded school Price 40 per acre No 38180 acres 6 miles from Springfield on a good pike most of farm in grass good six room dwelling good stock barn well fenced plenty of stock water good well in yard Price 35 per acre No 41220 acres 7 miles from Sprin field 8 miles trom Lebanon new 9 room dwelling good cellar and cistern at house never failing spring in yard milk house at spring good orchard plenty at small fruit 10 acre tobacco barn stock barn aH out buildings grassPriceNo 45rl40 acres 1 mile from schoolhouse in Springfield Ky small dwell ing good stock barn well fenced well watered plenty of locusts and plenty of grass Price 30 per acre No 4698kacres 7 miles from Springfield on a good pike all the farm tobacco land new tobacco barn good dwelling well fenced Price 3750 per acre No 47 Town property Vof all kinds and prices If you want a town home call and see me 1 haye anything you want at any price No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield ona good pike good 9 room dwelling one 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass farm situated in one of the best neighborhoods in the county ajl lime stone land and fine to bacco land Price 75 per acre No 59133acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine orchard of 100 trees Close to school church and depot Price 30 per acre p LAIE ESTATE SPRINGFIELD fl How to Cure H Indigestion Well KrnwnFamIly Physician Gives Good Advice ordinarytoodhe has heartburn sick headache gas on the stomach water briish belches up sour food and this condition has contin ued for a week or more It certainly is quicklyThatssaid to the writer FIrst thing you 1sdrug stbre and buy a 50c bottle of Dr Caldwclls Syrup Pepsin It gives nat ural daily movements to the bowels and that is usually where more than half the trouble lies Then It aids digestion IPostmaster 1thatseemed almost paralyzed but a few doses of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin relieved him and today he is well as ever Maude Hall Alpena Mich says that one bottle cured her of a Very severe case of Indigestion A L Espich Chief of Police New Phil adelphia Ohio says I find Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin the best remedy for indigestion I ever used I would not beS without It Rev A J Fletcher Ruther ford Tpnhi Is now 80 and yet It cured him of stOmach trouble of 60 years stand- Ing MrS Mattl Crouch TlptonvUle Tenn cured her five months old baby of Indigestion with it so you see that while it is so effective It will cure cases of long standing of dyspepsia and constipa tlon in old people it is perfectly sate for babies and it is pleasant to take and does not pain or gripe All druggists sell it at SOc and 100 per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co 307 CaM well Bldg Monticello HI are glad to send a free to any one who has not used It and will glveHt a fair trial j For sale byTbe Red Cross Drugstore 0 No 62 150 acres 8 room dwelling 4 acre tobaccosbarn good stock barn some timber all in grass well waterv churchiTiiileNo 63180 acr s5 room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barnVplenty of timber fine water of grass and plenty of tobacco land all under good fence Price 50 per acre i fromSpringfieldonfence 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn with metal roof new good granV some bottomland plenty ofgvassVand water Price 4250 per acre No 67200 acres 7miles front Springfield on good pike 6 room dwell tbaccbarnall out buildings 20 acres of fine bot 1ojn land 75 acres bf fine tobacco3and Price 35 per acre No 68189 acres 8 room brickdwell mgin repair well fenced fine river bottom land plenty of timber andV fine fbac o land Price 60 per acre Nol 69150 acres small house fine rlvertb9ttom land pl8nty of timber and fine tOVliacco land Price 50 per acre No 701441 acres good dwelling g bottomfor tobacco some timber Price 60 per acre No 73180 acres 4 room dv11ingV in good repair small stock wen watered plenty of grass good fenceVplenty of tobacco land on good pike 6 t miles from Springfield J miles from Lebanon Price 33 per acrea 7V IomSpringfieldschool and lose 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 75277k acres 1 mite from Springfieldon pike 15 acre tobacco barn good stock barn small house rplenty of grass and water pjV15000 r No 81160 acres 5 miles from Leb anon 5 miles from Springfield on good pike 9 room dwelling in repair good tenant house 3 stock barns plenty of all necessary out build ings well watered and under good fence Price 50 per acre No 8316Th acres 7 miles froniVSpringfield 1 mile from good road 3 room dwelling in good repair 4 acre tobacco barn 75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacco land good tence t and plenty of water Price 2000 No 8690 acres 3 miles froia Springfield on good road 6 room dwell ing In good repair 6 acre tobaccos barn new stock barn buggy house aVgood wells rood spring plenty of posts Price 35 per acreVNo 90270 acres 9room brick dwell ing in good repair all of farm well fenced 2 good tobacco acres of first bottom rest second bottom one of the best tobacco farms in the coun readyforchurch Price 50 per acre No 92130 acres 6 miles from Springfield on good pike i mile fromv school and church in Pleasant Grove neighborhood 8 room dwelling 16 acre tobacco barn 2 good stock barns fine young orchard tenant house all of peraNo 94 + House and lot in Fenwick cheap No 96136acres 7 miles froxSpringfield on ggod pike 6 room dwell ing 8 acre tobacco barn good stockV rt barn all the farm Under good fence good tobacco land well watered plenty of grass Price 35 peracreV THE REAL MAN S KENTUCKY v t I Edison Columb a Phonograph RECORDS a M RUSSELL Springfield Ky r I I DR W V STALLARP DENTIST SPRINGPIBLDKY PHONE 7a Over McElroy Shaders Grocery TEETH EXTRABTED WtTHDUT PAIN OR DANGER No Charge When Plates are Wanted OOOOOOOCOOOOVL IF YOU WANT rHEf8ESTj FLOURVVfVASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or h Springfiilds Ghoicf v I MANUPAOTUBD B1 r J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEA- Toooooooooooooooooooooooboo t The Sun and CourierJournal L50 TleSun and CourierJournal 150 The Sun arid Courier Journal 4150 I f f VV r Ir i wT cil I J r 7 fI Ik rI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 22 908y 7 DrW F Trusty 4 PracticaI J DentistI I SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Denta1cvorkatreasonJb1e prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber BD L4KEInsurance Agent ISPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old MasSachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best divideqdpayin company in the world Your insurance soil ited j DR My HYATT DR JNO M SPAtJLDING L OFFICE OVER t THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS IR1HXATTj 1030 td12Tn 4 to 5 tim Dr SPAULDING m And indffice all Night- Ii CIDrUJ Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I OFFICE OVER C 4 in DOrDROOSTOR OfRcd Hours 8 to 9 M j H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY if Office 1Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 I r MISS ELLA ADAMS NLJRSI1- F TELEPHONES = Day 9 L Night 109 T SCOTT MAfrESS ATTYATLAW Will SpringfieldfY Washington and adjoining of Appeals tandFederal Courts C C McCHORD ATTYATLAY i Springfield iy i Wilipractice In all State and Federal Courts AW D CLAYBRJOOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Will practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts oAppeals WE SJELECMAN- ATTYrATLAW Springfield Ky Will in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties n court of Appeals MARSHALL DUJNCANI LAWYEI I Springfield v JKy Office in Robertson Will practice m the Courts of Wash ington and adjoining coi nties and inthe gur of Appeals S M CAMP ELL- AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky t Crying of public sales a specialty Will go anywhere Terms reasorir tllble 84 A CUMB PHONE R FDol rE SHELBY BREEDER F it Durloc S IEL Swine wgo t AFEW CHOICE BOARS FOR SALE = L W E PRINTS- ALEBtLLS ANDPINT T11MI- r RICHT l 1JOHN Y MAYFS Funeral Director Andj Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD kENTUCKY Best Attention I Every courtsey sown Handsome Line of casket and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74L Thi Sun and Daily k Kintucky State Jour nal both ont ytar i i S4 JOHNI POUCHER Certain Signs That Made Him Feel III When Mr Poucher reached home that night lie hung ub his hat and coat on the hail rack jjighed took a shrewd lock at the par or carpet and dragging himself into the sitting room sank into his easy chair with a shock tliat shook the house Whats the matter John cried Mrs Poucher running in Youc arent sick are you He turn d to her a patient look of suffering aid tried to smile- Tired fthe gasped at last TiredJ Oh let me alone let me alone1 He tried to pill his hand away but he seemed to have no more strength than a bal y and when he found that he couldnt release his hand h turned his face to the wall like a poor stricken cieature that wishes to suffer in s cr tIYou wcrk too hard cried Mrs Poucher Youll kill yourself Ah John you houldnt work so hard You should let the others at the office do You mustnt do your own theirs too ThveJrktd upon you Jolmconv tinned still lamenting Youre too goodnatured Let them work Let them see how they like it All those meny and you doing alt theI work It isnt fair Poor John she murmured Poor old John And the back of his head took upon itself a certain satisfied appearance and as his breathing grew less labored Mrs Poucher ran to put his slippers on the stove to warm and when she ran bacK Johns face was no longer turned to the wall but he was staring straight before hini with the unseeing eyes of exhaustion And I wish to say that Mrs Poucher worked over him and petted him and made much of him and lamented over him yes and took his shoes off and ministered unto him and coaxed him to sit at the table and fed him with tidbits and when at last he began to make a few remarks speaking slowly and choos ing his words with difficultythe good woman almost wept with joy and be came quite garrulous in her happi nesS i T i Oh John she said Ive done such a lot today Theres always so much to do on the first day of spring housecleaning you know andwhats the matter John Oh dear is it com ingon again It will pass over sighed John Dont worry Its too bad youre so tired said Mrs Poucher deep in meditation and not 1otlcinghim for a moment I was counting on getting the parlor carpet up tonight John She noticed him then all right and when she had gOt him back in his easy chair it was with difficulty that hej restrained her from rurining for doctor theI No no n he Never mind I see that the people down the street had a colored man phIs voice was very weak and she had to lean over him to catch his words taking up their car 1 pets this morning I w nder if we could gethim she eagerly cried Ill see about it In the morning V if Im able 7 he sighed and he closed his eyes as effort Imd been too muchthougbtheI Joh she said will ittle IE ore to eat2 It WDUld choke me he gasped Oh lear she cried And I made such a beautiful lemon pie this after noon Left all my housecleaning and made il special I I feel so hollow said John in a faint voice 41 1 never felt like this before Will you have another slice of beef she asked r John shook his head but kept his eyes on her with a dumb pleading look that said Catechise me further along these same lines I beg v Another spoonful of potatoes John shook his head but continued to look Another cup of coffee No breathed Joljn It you only had something a little sour She bustled into the pantry aim John treated himself to a private smirk and made readyhls mouth for ple She bustled back carefully car ir irig a spoon in her hand N cw hold your head back and open your mouth she said What what began John feebly trying to ke pher away with his knees LIts a spoonful of vinegar She beamed Just the thing Nice and sour 2ome now Its too sour shuddered John Shall lpu a irttle water lnIt It it isnt filling nough He fell back his eyes closed and his lips moved Hastily drinking he vine gar hers lf in order not to spill it Mrs Poucher leaned over him and caught these words uttered almost un consciously and In that spiritual WhIs- per with which the body sometimes tells the inward needs of the soul Lemon pie 0 Lem on pie She had the pie before him betoije you could count three and ten min utes later he lay back In his chair again and called her to him Yes John she cried running fo wardiHYes John Here I mo I wish he said in the weak bit querulous tones of an Invallcl lwish youd bring me ana kin I I TO MAKE SIGNAL BALLOONS Capt Thomas S Baldwin Receives Order from Army Authorities New YrkCapt ThomaBald tin who is building the news dirigible balloon for the United States army his received an order to construct and deliver within 60 days two observa tiQn balloons for the signal corps ofJthe army to cost 5500 and to be built from a vulcanized rubber mateJrial he recently invented The new material will last five times as longJ as the varnished silk now in use the inventor says and is much easier an4Jsafer to handle One of the balloons Is to be of 1000 cubic meters capacity the other of 540 cubic meters The varnished silk has not enough elasticity said Capt Baldwin and it is not lasting tin order to be gas tight bags must be revarnished from ime to time which adds weight to the balloon Army officers at once recognized upInused repeatedly without being recoat partythebe ideal for they can be carried in small packages unpacked and inflated instantly Then too there cis no dan ger of spontaneous combustion ad with varnished silk n WORLDS USE OF RUBBER Consumption Keeps Pfoductfoh Hust ling to Keep Up with It I Washington According to the Diario Official the Brazilian gqvern DailyConsularworlds production and consumption of rubber in the last seven years were in tons Produc Consump Season tlon lion 48352HS1901H 55276wOJ405083llKto6Of the 68000 tons produced in 1905 1906 23400 came from Africa 1800 from Asia and the East Indies and the rest from the Americas mostly from Brazil Stocks on hand at the close of each season named decreased steadily fromI 8869 tons in 18991900 to 4584 tons In 19041905 The temporary reduction of consumption In 19051906 ran that seasons stock up to 5352 tons but it was the previous steady stock reduc tions vhich caused the yearly ad va9c1i1n the price of crude rubber WATCH CHARMS TRAVELS MasoViic Emblem Restored to Owner After Four Years Philadelphia For years after heI had lost his Masonic watch charm and after he all 1contractorrious bit of correspondence Mr Simpkins lost the charm on a Lehigh Valley train He was surprised to receive a letter asking him whether he had lot such a charm The writer said that a long search had repealed Simpkins name in the marriage li enses of an old Philadelphia paper and ifwSJmpkins could describe the charm he could have It Mr Simpkins went to the home of the letter writer Mrs E McDonnell who resides at 1232 Bainbridge street lJldlityears ago SEWARDS FOR TAILS OF CATS Texas Audubon Society Hopes toPro tect Blrds San Antonio The Audubon society of San Antonio has offered a reward of five cents each for cat tails Not the kind that grows in swamps but the sort that form the continuation of feline spinal columns The Audubonists do not want the cat tails but they hope by this reward to protect the mocking birds that fur nish melody In the spring No explanation is made as to why a tailless eftt3ant catch a feathered songster as well as one that has not lost its tail For some months San Antonio has been infested with feline vagrants and their vocal effOrts have kept many citizens awake The liberality with which contributions came In to es tablish a fund to pay for cat tails BUg gests that residents are as anxious to punish Tom and Pussy as they areito save the mocking birds RED NOSE DUE TO SMpKjNG Oxford Undergraduatse Quits Cigar ettes and Color Disappeared Oxford EnglandAn undergraduate aged 19 who had a red nose re cently sought the advice of a doctor on the matter He was healthy in V other respect and dia not suffer frofn indigestion He was much addicted to cigarette smoking hpwever and to blowlng the smoke through his nostrils His nose was unnaturally red for a youth The only advice the doctor 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Linen 5c7 c and lOc- Persian Lawns 25c 35c and 45c Figured Silk Mullsv 40c 15c Lawns 10c 12c Lavns4 9c J LACES AND EMBROIDERIES- 40c Embroideries L 25c 35c 20c 25c 17c 20c 12c 4Ht + f ++ 4 of 2500 Suits for j 1750 2250 2000u it 1250 1500 viOOO 1150c t 750 1000 650 lPants70 5OO 500 pants 350 450 pants 300 3 0 pants 2 50 Youths Suits 12 50 Youths Suits 700 1000 650 750 500J I Knee Pant Suits f 600 Knee Pant 400 uitsl 5 00H ll 350 400 h l275 350 cL i 260 300 H H 200 i250 H 1175 i + + tHt MiscellaneousApron Ginghams 5c Dress Ginghams 7Jc Dress Ducks Vic 36 inch Percales 6jc Hope Cotton jfi 7Jc 5cCalicoAll 35c and 40c White Goods l 25c 50c and SOcDress Lawns 40c 94 Bleach Sheeting i 22 c 9 4 Brown Sheetingv L 20c Table Oil Cloth uol15c70 inch Bleach Table Linen 140c68 inch Unbleached Table Linen 1 30c 12Jc EmbroiderIeson 7Jc lOc VVL 5c 10c Laces L t 5c i5c 1 Lm J ioc 20c J 12c iHi +it Clothing Our entire Stock Clothing at Absolutely COST 1500r Shirts FurgusohMcKinni 75c Shirts i50c George P Ide Cos 150 shirts 100 Cluett Peabody Co sZsl1rts 150 oooooon o3 onnn We are showing the nicest line of Shirts Ties and Underwear- That was ever shown in our town OQ OO QOOOOOOO r1Hats 500 Panama Hats oo 1 350 Sailor Hatst l 250 250 dLl75 t 50H i t 125 200 Felt Hats 150 300 i200 THE PIQUE D- CHERAL PATENT COLTr4 LACEeBOOT D 4 ExtremeI It Isnt economy to buy only one quality in a shoo wear Real Shoe Economy consists in obtaining the Qualities gf Style Fit and Comfort with the maximum amount of Service And thats what you got when you buy the Florshelm Shoo V c n Rugs 9x12 Axminster Rugs19 OQ 9x12 Velvet Rugs 9x12 oq Tapestry Brussel1 i 16 5p9x114x7 Smyrnat 46Q 36 Axministerj 350 36 inch Velvet I 290 36 inch Smyrna 225 35 inch Matting 1111 150 Glovesr i toWomens Long Silk Gloves uv black and white 120 JinWomens shortSilk Gloves 5Ocr Womeris short black and white Cotton Gloves 25c Cut Prices t In All- s Low Shoes Mens 500 Tan Oxfords35Oy1500 Patent OxfordstWomens 400 Tan Oxfords 300 cc 400 Patent Oxfords00 ce 400 Tan Pumps275 4K Patent Pumps3pO Boys 350 Patent Oxfords 2j5 Boys 250 Patent Oxfords 135 We handle the FLORSHFlML Shoes for Men and Krippen dorfDittman Cos Shoes for 7 Women NOTHING sold nrthis town equals them for Wear and Style ooococooooooooooooooooooooooooo cooOOOOOOoor J 1 Mattings from 1212 cents to 25 cents Wall Paper at OneHalf Price Lacy Curtains 50c 75c 100 125 up to 5 Window Shades 25c 40c and 50cT a xrac KK ecoxcooc c c o eeooo c oococo OOOOOOOOOOOCXXX5OOOOOO We especially invite you to Visit us on next Saturdav and Monday and reap the benefits of these low prices Respectfully CompanyfSprinfi Id KentucKy I vrr T0 t1 oI o JTLTLTiI-e I 4 H l p t r 4k