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I r J 1 J tl r y t prlU I Jt 7 ntt1 i t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 1 sa t b i VOLUME IV SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 1908 NUMBER 311r t r SUCCESS l4t i FINANCIALLY And In Every Respect 4Was the Washing1I ton County if X Fair l i Receipts Larger Tills Year Than f 1 Last Notwithstanding the r V Money Strin ency t2 t The Fortysixth annual meeting ot the Washington County Fair Association was a success in every particular It was socially a success it was a sac cess financially It was an uptodate exhibition i Excepting one day itfS tranquil sublime and uplifting t On this par ticular day spme individual or individ uals distributed gratutioulv or Miri consideration of a quantity ofuifd water in which were various disturb ing elements Whether the aforesaid red water was distributed out of the freedom of the heart or for pecuniary reward or just for the purpose of let ting it be seen that such is possiblex in a community that is dry we are not 1prepared to say However it was very thatrit is better for the peace happiness and contentment of the community to put biting booze as far away as possible V Secretary Theo Campbell deserves much credit for the success of the Fair 13e was untiring in his efforts to promote the interests of the Association President W S Gibbs and Treasur T Scott Mayes also deserve credit for the success of the meeting The first day or Ladies Day was well attended Floral Hall was arsri caUy decorated and the display was elegant The lace work embroidery car pets rugs and other articles were iri teresting and beautiful land the defy cacies were good to look upon j The fruit and melon displays were interesting features In thee poultry show was every ci men of fowls The display will doubt 1 less cause many people to pay more at tention to the poultry industry School Childrens Day was attendeh- by a recordbreaking crowd and everY- one seemed to enjoy the annuals feast of good cheer and merrimentI The third day cattle day afforded some of the best entries ever yet pre sented to lovers of fine cattle and will doubtless cause many to endeavor to Improve their herds The baby show proved a very enter taining feature in which muhtlnterest was manifested Many pretty babies were entered in the beauty contest for Uthe prettiest girl baby under one year of age In the high class harness and saddle rings were some of the best horses that have ever been exhibited here and there were a number of good entries ijv the different rings oheach day that caused great applause and close decisions v Saturday the fourth and last dai witnessed another unusual crowd If any difference the entries on this day were better than those on previous days The roadster rings and double team enr tries were second to none in this part of the state and were a source of great pleasure for all stockmen H Last year the Fair was a record breaker both from the standpoint of attendance and finances and ittwas nofc thought possible that the Fair this year in the lap pf the panic could equal last seasons meeting But it surpassed it the receipts being considerably more Party Fortunate r LaRue Herald The Democratic party was fortunate in securing the able ser vices of Hon Ben Johnson as the Chair= man ot the State Democratic Campaign Committee Now if it can be equally as fortunate securing the services of good men to act as the chairmen of the county campaign committees Mr- S Taft s fnends had as well not take Kentucky intoconsideration at all We believe that almost every Republi an the State who knows Mr Johnson felt that his selection for the position of Chairman eliminated all doubt as tjo how the State would go If THE FIRST INSTALLMENTO- f THE MAN OTHE HOUR will appear in next weeks issue of The Sun it is the strongest story that has been given to the public in a long time Dont fail to read the opening chapters next week DEMOCRATS Certain 10 Carry Ohio Looks j Like Majority Will Be Overwhelming Courier Journal The Hon Ollie James Representative from the First Kentucky district arrived in Louisville last night from Cincinnati where he spoke Saturday at a big Democratic rally He said that he had seldom in his experience seen so much enthusiasm displayed as was shown by the Democrats of Cincinnati and Hamilton county at the rally on Saturday and that it= bodes ill for the Republican party in tHe people simply went wild when Judge Judson Harmon the Democratic candidate or Governor arose to address then and this enthusiasm was again splayed when former Goy James E Campbell the partys candidate tor United States Senator made his ad ressHe said Judge Harmon expressed the belief that the country was ipe for Demo caulcratic victory this year and that so far as Ohio was concerned he Democratic candidate never felt su er of anything than he does of carrying the State by t i an overwhelming majority in Novem ber J Congressman James said the croTwd at Saturdays rally was not only made up of Democrats but contained people of every political faith all of whom showed by their enthusiasm that they looked to the Democratic party to re deem the country and carry out the promises so long delayed by the Repub licans While no definite date has as yet been made by the Democratic Campaign Committee for the opening of the campaign in Kentucky Congressman James will address the Democrats of Western Kentucky at an old fashioned Democratic barbecue and rally at Love lace Ballard county He said the Dem ocrats of Ballard McCracken Graves Hickman and Carlisle counties had planned to gather at the rally and that arrangements were being made to entertain the biggest crowd ever present- at a political rally in Western Ken= tuck Freak of Nature A freak of nature that proved to be a popular exhibition during the Fair was Tony the Alligator Boy who was exhibited By T H Woodruf of Shreve port La and was something worth the price of admission to anyone who attended Those who saw it declare it the most remarkable freak jm exhibi tion really and truly a curiosity to Doctors and a puzzle to modern science Teachers Needed The demand for qualified teachers is greater than the supply The resent educational awakening in the State and the application of the new school laws- are creating many new positions for qualified men and women who are engaged in the teaching service Under the Normal school law the Board ot Regents has the right to issue to students completing certain courses of study certificates which entitle them to teach anywhere in Kentucky without examination Eligible persons sixteen years old and older have a right to enter the Normal on free tuition An il- lustratedt catalog giving full information mailed on application Address H H Cherry Bowling Green yI A Pleasant Visit J- r i Last week Mr Cal Shewmaker saw for the first time his three grandsons all of whom reside at Mackville Not withstanding Mr Shewmaker lives only a short distance from Mackyille he saw the children for the first time last week To relieve Mr Shewmaker of the attitude of indifference we may add that the boys were just a few days old They are the children of Messrs B M Shewniaker Cornelius Gillispie and John Haydon They are all Democrats and Urjcle Cal informs The Sun that they will crow over Bryans election next November- roO MISS RUBEL Will Appear at Springfield Opera House Tuesday Evening Sept 1 Contributed Music lovers and people of culture generally will be glad to learn that Miss Edith Rubel is to come to us with her violin for a concert this fall before going back to New York to continue her work there It will be more tnan a pleasure it isa privilege that we are to have her for she has chosen to play in only two placeshere and in Knox ville Tenn She is coming at the solicitation of so many of us who heard her beautiful program at the Lebanon Chautauqua and who were so delighted and charmed with her work that we wanted more of her for ourselves and that all the others who were not so fortunate might have the opportunity over hereMiss Rubel is more than a beautiful violinist she is an artist For a long long time we have known that she played well and in the early days of her development she came here once and charmed us with her very beautiful playing but now we must recognize something more We must recognize that she is becoming if indeed the fact be not already accomplished a finished artist a well known Concert player who is gaining recogr ition and acknowledgement t among the people of worth in lwr pro ession Las year she efceedinglyassisted Mr Cart Venth the composer in his programs She appeared before the National Arts Club the Three Arts Club the WaldorfAstoria the Progress = Club Columbia University at Car negie Hall St Marks Church Christs Church and many many other places- in Recitals which prove to us very con elusively that she is being recognized and valued in that city of artists Just now it will be interesting to hear her She will study and play in New York one more Year and then go abroad to find the compl to and ultimate thing which will make her at last the great artist Probably when all this has been worked through she may come to us again We shall be especially happy to hear her now and if it should be pos sible to hear her then it will be more than interesting to follow her career Miss Rubel is a delightful person and a delightful musician and Springfield will be so glad of this opportunity to show her our appreciation of her coming to us and playing for us We shall not any of us be willing at all to miss this extremelY happy opportunity to hear her play again and to show her how delighted we are to have her come to us By the way the date of the Recital is Tuesday the first of Septem ber and the seats will be on sale at the Red Cross Drug Store and we must not fail to remember that date or to get good seats before somebody else shall nave gotten there ahead 6f us The summerwill be over the fairs will be finished and the time of the Opera House is come It is fortunate to have it open so delightfully for us Mrs Crawford of Louisville will accompany Miss Rubel on the piano and all Louisville knows how very beautifully she plays She too is an artist of exceeding ability Miss Von Phul of Cincinnati has been secured for the evening as Reader We should not ever get tired of just the music bit nothing could be so entertaining thatwe would not be will ing to stop off fora bit with Miss Von Phul Her work is very very clever At last years Chautauqua she gave an evening which was accounted by many who heard every program the most delightful entertaining and I c o J t t clever event of them all MissVon Phul is sure to interest and delight any audience Her humorous selections are particularly happy Those who heard her last year will be extremely glad of another opportunity and those who did not will be very glad to get one The whole occasion will probably be one of the most delightful affairs ever given in the Springfield Opera House and we do not any of us want to mISS it Nobody should feel able to afford to miss it g E I TOBACCO MEETING 1 Committee Appointed to LooicJ After Matter of Dispos f Ins 08 Crop li A meeting of the stockholders of the- Washington County Warehouse Con pany was held in Springfield Monday afternoon in the Court House to decide what disposition shall be made of the warehouse in this city When the meet was called itwas expected that a num f4 ber of Lexington haver ti been negotiating for the buildings and drying plant would be present and tha1rfsome sort of definite understand ing would be arrived at However the fLexington men who were thought to be very much interested did not show up and the meeting was then Conduct ed along different lines from those at C first mapped but Judge I H Thurman who presided at a former meeting was continued as Chairman He made a brief speech rstating the object of the meeting and l offering quite a number of valuable suggestions to the stockholders of the Warehouse Company and to the tobac co farmers He was followed by Mr McChord who spoke at length detail 1 ing the work of the growers in the past and mapping out a work for the t future Mr McChords speech wasenj thusiastical1yreceived r At the conclusion of Mr McChords speech Judge Thurman suggested that a motionbe made to appoint a commit tee of ten to formulate plans for the disposition of the 1908 crop of tobacconin this county The motion was made andseconded and was unanimously car ried It was moved and seconded and tKe motum addpted that the Chair be v empowered to appoint the committee which was not done until after adjourn ment Judge Tjhurman then suggested r that the duties of the ommittee shall be to ascertain whet er or not the J present growing crop shall be placed in charge of the Ware ouse Company here The committee is to find out the cost of handling the tobacco and in what manner it is to be disposed of Arprice is to be made ont e tobacco and in this way every fa mer whop places his tobacco with the W shington Coun ty Warehouse Compan will know just what he is to receive fo r his crop f The following coma ittee was ap pointed T Scott Ma es Chairman John Lily Barber Lloyd Haydon Jas f Eppersgn Cal Shewmaker J C Mc Elroy W A Burns George Mayes AfIClementSJLuther ter the a meeting was but it was decided to taken definite action f until next Friday wher the committee will again meet At the meeting next Friday the plans will be discussed and if tfie committee thinksthe interests of Washington acco growers can best be promoted y adopting the plans suggested aboyej another meet ing of tobacco growers will be called at once to hear the committees report If the committees plans are adopted I a committee of five will be appointed and will be given charge of the 1908 crop with instructions to dispose ot it at a stated price Hovjever if thetsale cannot be made the crops will be turned over to the individual owners BROWN THURMAN To Conduct Big Public Sale On Tuesday Sept 1 To close a partnership business Judge 1 H Thurman and Mr H E crown will conduct a public sale oh tJ r r The sale will be one of the largest eve r held in Springfield and will doubtlei be attended by a large crowd Man head of fine stock will be sold belideI farming implements of all sort Sali will begin at 10am Dinner on the ground See their page advextisQmanfin thus issue J lyS F I iI il tII 2 t l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESD Y AUGUST 19 1908 BRYAN IS FORMALlli NOTIFIED UI Democratic Lead etjAccepts NOTI ination If 1JL L PLEASED WITH PLAtBORM d t PROMISES IIJl THE FUTURE TO tDEAL WITH THE PLANTS x J Lf irfDETAIU j t j flrVlicies of tfie Republicans Come In for Bitter Criticism in the Speech of AcceptanceDecares CpuntrJ PartyiIDemocratic Idea Not a Foe to Wealth Honestly Acquiredif Elected Promises f Justice to All Lincoln Neb William Jennings Bryan was formally notified f his nomination by the Democratic party for the presidency of the ftJnited States Henry fl Clayton of Alabama was the spokesman of the notification committee Mr Bryans speechof ac IMrPtrtha1deepbefore been a candidate for the pr cy In campaigns which ended In Sidcn1 S third nomination the result of and voluntary act of the voters of the party can only be explained by a sub stantial and undisputed growth in the princTpTes and policies for which ft with a multitude of others have contended As these principles and policies have given me whatever political strength J possess the action of the convention not f only renews my faith in them but- rstrengthens my attachment to them r A Platform Is Binding jjporeand In that letter of eccptan ej will istI am in hearty accord with both the letter and the spirit of the platform I In dorse it in whole and in part and shall f if elected regard its declarations as bind Ing upon me And1 may add a plat form Is binding as to what it omits as well as to what it contains Vrcotding 4to the Democratic idea the people think for themselves and select officials to car ry out their wishes The voters are the sovereigns the officials are the servants employedfor a fixed time and at aj stated Salary to do what the sovereigns wantIdone and todo It In the way the ereigns want Jt done Platfortiis are entirely In harmony with this Democratic ldeaA platform announces the partys position on questions which art atlssue end an official is not at liberty tpuseithe personalJthe voters for their approval If one is nomlnated upon a platform which is not satisfactory to him he must if candid either decline the nomination or 11n ac pl1LtformInvenfion No such situation however confronts your candidate for tlief plat forth upon which I was nominated not only contains nothing from which I dis sent but It specifically outHiies aU the t remedial legislation which we can hope to secure during the next four years RepublicaruChalIenge Accepted The distinguished statesman who re ceived the Republican nomination for president said in his speech The strength of the Republican cause in the campaign at hand is the fadtthat- we represent the policies essential to the reform of known abuses to the contin uance of liberty and true prosperity and that we are determined as our plat form unequivocally declares to maintain them and carry them on In the name of the Democratic party T accept the challenge and charge that The Republican party Is responsible for t nil the abuses which now exist in the federal government and that it is tent to accomplish the reforms are Imperatively needed Further whichI not concur In the statement that publican platform unequivocally declares for reforms that arc nfeessairy on the contrary I affirm that 4openiy and notoriously disappoints the hbpes and ex pectations of reformers whether those reformers be Republicans or Democrats go far did the Republican convention fall short of Its duty that the Republi candidate felt It necessary to add to his platform In several important par ticulars thus rebukfngrUie leaders bf the partyupon he miit rely fbr the enactment bf l atiom remedlalllegISI jAs 1 shall in separat speeches rtlscuss leading questions at Issue I sliall at tfiis time confine myself j o the paramoUnt qucction and to the farreaching pur rose of our party as that purpose Is set forth In the platform l t Shall the People Rule IOur platform declares that the lover l shadowing issue which manifests jf f In all the questions now junder discusslon- Mfc Shall the people rule No matter which way we turnno matter to What subject We address ourselves the same question confronts us Shall the people SontrOl their own government and use that government for the protection of their rights and for the promottyr of thereprocptatIesdefenseless public While the ortenilera secure Immunity front subservient pffi- ciais wh m they ra1seto power by unscrupulous methods This Is theMksue picltMrJThe Presidents Indictment Against the Party p In a message sent to congress last Jan vuary President Roosevelt said The at tacks by these great corporations on the T administrations actions have been given 1 wide circulation throughout the country In the newspapcrs and otherwise by fepse writers and speakers who con tcibusly br unconsciously act as the rep resenta s ot predDtory wealthof the Grirealth on a giant scalej by h Sil forms of Iniquity from the eppresslon ot w e earners to unZr Jand1 unwholesome methods of crushing out competitIon and to defraudin the publIc by stockjobblug and the manipu lation of securities Certain wealthy men of this stamp whose conduct should be abhorrent to man of ordinarily de- cEntconsclentc and who commit the hide ous wrong of teaching our yoUng men that phenomenal business success must ordinarily be based on dishonesty have during the last few months made it apparent that they have banded together to work for a reaction Their endeavor IB to overthrow and discredit all who hon eMly administer the law to prevent any additional legislation which would cheek pOii16lblewill i permit every unscrupulous wrongdoer toj do what he wishes unchecked provided he has enough moneyWhatIan larriignment of the terests Is the presidents Indictment true And if true against whom was the Indictment d reeled Not against the Demo cratidl artyl M aft Indorses the Indictment Mr1lftsi s that these evils have Heidpro nln nt and influential members of the cOni nunity spurred by financial suc rcess anl in their hurry for greater wealth became unmindful of the corn mon rul s of business honesty and fidel byTtvtheIUOt stbyrttllroads the accumulating evil d Ions of the antitrust laws by a number of corporations and the over issue of stocks and bonds of in terstate railroads for the unlawful eu richipg of directors aml for the purpose of concentrating the control of the rail roads un ler one management all these he charges quickened the conscience Of the people and brought on a noral thvakhnt g During all this UmeI begto remind you Re ublican oflleials presided in the executiv department filled the cabinet dominat d the senate Controlled the house of representatives and occupied most of the federal judgeship Four year ago the Republican platform boastfully declared that since l86OvItl the exception of two years the Republican party had been in control of orIall the branches of the fede ment that for two years rallovcrn Democratic party In a posl repeal a law Having d awn the salaries having enjoyed the honors having secured the prestige let the Republican party accept the responsibility Republican Pdrty Responsible Why were these known abuses permitted to develop Why have Lhey not been correctedIt existing Isws are sufficient why havethey not been en force All of the of th4 federal of the Republican executiveIChlncrnecessary Why enacted With a to recommend with aid house to carry out lila recommenda tions t why does the Repubhica candI- date plead for further time in which to do what should have been dene long ago Can Mr Taft promise to be more strenuous In the prosecution ofJ wrong doers than the present executive Can Ieasic for a larger majority in the sen etQan his party now has Does he more Republicans in the lOuse of rppreacntatives or a s th more unlinjited authority peakerI r Why No The presidents close friends have been promising for several years that he Vould attack the Iniquities of the tariff We have had Intimation that Mr Taft was restive under the demands of the highly protected industries And yet the Influ ence of the manufacturers who have for 25 years contributed to the Republican llavetrarIlsufficient to prevent tariff reform As the present campaign approached both the president and Mr Taft declared in favor ofrprotectedIiiteestsvent any attempt at tariff reform before the election and the reduction prom ised after the election is so hedged about with qualifying phrases that no one can estlnjatis Iwlth accuracy the sum total of tariff reform to be expected in cise of Republican success If the past can betaken as a guide the Republican party eonltributIlef from the present tariff burdens Why No AntiTrust Legislation- A f Jw years ago the Republican lead ers inf the hopsQ of representatives were coerced by public opinion into the sup port 6f an antitrust law which had the Indorsement of the president but the senate refused even to consider the meas- Ure and since that time no effort has been made b the luant party to secure remedial legislation upon this sub Iect Why No Railroad Legislation For ten years the Interstate Commerce Commission has been asking for an enlargement of its powers that it might prevent rebates and discriminations but RepublicanIthe demand for railway legislation but Its Was silent on the subject Even in 1SW the convention gave no pledgel to remedy those abuses When the president finally asked for legislation he draw his inspiration from three Demo craticinational platforms and he received more cordial support from the Democrats than ffom the Republicans The Republl can senate deliberately defeated Ifthe5ever offered by Senator LaFollptte and supported by the Demo en s amendments embodying legislation askedby the Interstate Commerce Com One of these amendments aur Lthori7qll the ascertainment of the val- uo of r i1rtadaThis amendment was not only defeated by the senate but llrwas overwhelmingly rejected by the recent Republican national convention and the Republican candidate has sought to res cue his party from tho disastrous results of this act by expressing himself in a qualifiejcl way In favor of ascertaining the value of the railroads OverIssue of Stocks and Bonds Mr tft complains of the overissue of stOCks and bonds of railroads for the unawful enriching of dlrectq s and for the purpose orconcentrating the control of the railroads under one man agement and the complaint Is well founde But with a president to point out the evil and a Republican congress to correct itwe find nothing done for the protection of the public Why My honorable opponent has by his conies slon relieved me Of thp necessity of furnishing proof he admits the condition and he can not avoid tie logical conclusion that must be drawn from the admission largeMajoritycan party recognize the deplorable situation which Mr Tart describes they rec bgnlze that the masses have had but lit tie Intluence upon legislation or upon the administration of the government and they are beginning to understand the cause For a generation the Republican parity has drawn Its campaign funds from t e beneficlaries of special legipJa tlon privileges have bten i ledgd aid t granted in return for money contribut ed to debauch electUvis What can be expected when official authority is turned over to the representatives of those who first furnish the sinews of war orthepFasting in Wilderness Necessary- So long as tht Republican party re mains In it is powerless to re generate Itself It CRJI notattack wrong doing in high places without disgracing many of its prominent members and it therefore uses opiates instead of the surgeons knife Its malefactors corstrue each Republican victory as an indorse ment of their conduct and threaten the party with defeat if they are interfered with Not until that party passes through a period of fasting in the wilderness will the Republican leaders learn to study public questions from the stand point of the masses Just as with In dividuals the cares of this world and tlie deceitfulness of riches choke the truth oin politics when party leaders sen9ar away from home and are not in constant contact with the voters continued party success blinds their eyes to the needs of the people and makes them deaf to the cry of distress Publicity as to Campaign Contribu tions An effort has been made to secure legis lation requiring publicity as to campaign contributions and expenditures but the Republican leaders even In the face of an Indignant public refused to consent to a law which would compel honesty In elections When the matter was brought up In the recent Republican national convention the plank wasrepUdlated by a vote of to Here too Mr Taft has been driven to apologize for his con ention apd to declare himself In favor of a publicity law and yet If you will read what he says upon this subject you will find that his promise falls far short of says the requirements Of the situation lie 4If I am elected president urge upon congress with every hope of sue cess that a law be passed requi Jng the fifing in a federal office of a statement ot the contributions received by cornS mittees and candidates in elections for members of congress and in such other elections as are constitutionally within the control of congress not embarrass him by asking hlntupon what ho bases his hope of suc cess it is certainly not on any encour agement lie has reoplvod from Republican leaders it Is sufficient to say that If his hopes were realized if In spite of the adverse action of his convention he should succeed in securing the ehactment of the very lawwhich he favors It would but artlalrelfef He has read the Democratic platform not only his lan guage but his evident alarm Indicates that he hkts read It carefully Ho even had befoD him the action of the Democratic nat onal committee In Interpreting And apply ng that platform and yet he falla to saV that he favors the publication of the contributions before the election Of courser It satisfies a natural curios out how an election has been purchased even when the knowledge comas too late to be of service but why should the people be kept in darkness until the election is past Why should the locking of the door be delayed until the AhErection a PQblic Affair An elction is a public affair The peo pIe exercising the right to select theifc to decide upon the policies to be ursued proceed to their several polling places on election day and reg ister their will What excuse can be given for secrecy as to the Influences at work If a man pecuniarily interested In concentrating the control of the rail roads In one management subscribes a large sum to aid In carrying the elec tion why should his pat In the cam paign be concealed until he1 has put the officials under obligation to him l if aI trust magnate contributes 10000 to elect political friends to office with a view to preventing hostile legislation why should that fact be concealed until his friends are securely seated in their official positions This is not a new question It Is a ques tion which has been agltateda question which the Republican leaders fully under standa question which the Republican candidate has studied and yet he refuses to declare himself In favor of the legislation absolutely necessary name ly legislation requiring publication before the election How can the people hope to rule Ifthty are not able to learn until after the elec tion what the predatory interests are doing The Democratic party meets the issue honestly and courageously It says We pledge the Democratic party to the enactment of a law prohibltinganyc- orporation from to a cam paign fund arid any individual from con tributing an amount above a reasonable maximum and providing for the publi cation before election of all such con tributions above a reasonable minimum The Democratic national committee immediately proceeded to Interpret and apply this plank ammuncing that no con- trIbutions would be received from corporations that no individual would be allowed to contributfe n ore than 10000 and that all contributions above 100 would be made public before the electiOnthose received before October 15 to be made public on or before that day those re ceivedaterward to be made public on the day when received and no such contributions to be accepted within three days if the election The expenditures are to be published after the election Here is a plan which is complete and effective Popular Election of Senators Next to tit corrupt use of money the present method ot electing United States WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN senators is most responsible for the ob struction of reforms For 100 years after the adoption of the constitution the demand fur the popular election of senators while finding increased expression did not btMome a dominant sentiment A constitutional amendment had to time been suggested and the had been more or less discussed in matierI of the states but tiie movement reached a point where it manifested it self through congressional action In the Fiftysecond congress however a reso lution was reported from a housd com mittee proposing the necessary constitutional amendment and this resolution passed the house of representatives by a vote which was practically unanimous In the Fiftythird congress a similar res olution was reported to and adopted by the house of representatives Both the Fiftysecond and Fiftythird congresses were Democratic The Republicans gained control of the house as a result of the election of ISM and In the Fiftyfourth congress the proposition died In comnjit tee As time went on however thesen timurit grew among the people until forced a Republican congress to the example set by the Democrats then another and another Republican congress acted favorably State after state has Indorsed this reform until near of the states haverecorded themselves In its favor The States senatehowever Impudently arrogantly obstructs the passage of the resolution notwithstanding the fact that tHe voters vi the United States by an overwhelming majority demand It And this refusal is the mora significant when it is remembered that a number of senators owe their elections to great corpor ate Interests Three Democratic nation al platformsthe platforms of 1900 1904 and 1908 specifically call for a change in the constitution which will put the election of senators in the hands of the vo ters and the proposition has been In- dorsed by a number of thi smaller parties but no Republican national con vention has been willing to champion I I I I I the cause of the people on this subject The subject was ignored by the Republi can national convention In It was ig nored In 1904 and the proposition was explicitly repudiated in 1908 for the re cent Republican national convention by a vote of 866 to 114 rejected the plank indorsing the popular election of sen atorsand this was done in the conven tion Which nominated Mr Taft few dele gates from hfs own state voting for the plank Personal Inclination Not Sufficient In his notification speech the Republican candidate speaking of the elec tion of senators by the people says Personally tam Inclined to favor It but It is hardly a party qU 8 onVhatis necessary t6 make this a party ques tion When the Democratic convention vote and the Republican convention rejects the proposition by a vote of seven Indorses a proposition by a unanimous to one does It not become an Issue between the parties Mr Taft can not re move the question from the arena of poK Itics by expressing a personal inclination toward the Democratic several years he has betconnected with the administration What has he ever said or donb to bring this question before the public What enthusiasm has he shown in the reformation of the sen ate What influence could he exert in behalf of a reform which his party has openly and notoriously condemned in Its convention and to which hets attached only by a belated expression of personal Inclination The Gateway to Other Reforms Shall the people ruleEery remedial measure of a national character must run the gauntlet of the senate The presi dent may personally Incline toward a reform the house may consent to it but as long as the senate obstructs the reform the people must wait The pres ident may heed a popular demand the house may yield to public opinion but as long as the senate is defiant the rule of the people is defeated The Democratic platform very properly descrJbes the pop ular election of senators as the gate way to other national reforms Shall we open the gate or shall we allow the ex- ploitIng Interests to bar the way by the control of this branch of the federal leg- Islature Through a Democratic victory and through a Democratic victory only can the people secure the popular elec tion of senators The smaller parties are unable to secure this reform the Repub lican party under its present leaderships resolutely opposed to it the Democrat- Ic party stands for it and has boldly de manded It If I am elected to the presi theCticket with me will be like myself pledged to this reform and I shall con vene congress In extraordinary session Immediately after Inauguration and ask among other things for the fulfillment of this platform pledge IHouse Rules Despotic The third instrumentality employed to IntheOur platform points out that the house of representatives was designed by the fathers of the constitution to be the pop ular branch of our government responsive to the public will and adds The house of representatives as con trolled In recent years by the Republican party has ceased to bea deliberative and legislative body responsive to the will of a majority of the members but romlnauonOfWe have observed with amazement the popular branch of our federal gov ernment helpless to obtain either the consideration or enactment of measures desired bv a majority of Its members This arraignment fully justified The reform Republicans in the house of rep intheiltain a hearing or to secure a vote upon a measure as are the Democrats In the recent session of the present congress there was a considerable element In the Republican party favorable to remedial legislation but a few leaders In con trol of the organization despotically sup pressed these members and thus forced a real majority In the house to submit to a well organized minority The Re publican national convention instead of rebuking this attack upon popular gov ernment eulogized congress and nomin ated as the Republican candidate for vicepresident one of the men who shared In the responsibility for the coercion of the house Our party demands that the house of representatives shall again become a deliberative body controlled by1 a majority of the peoples representatives and not by the speaker and is pledged to adopt such rules and regulations to govern the house of rep resentatives as will enable a majority of its members to direct its deliberations and control legislation Shall the people rule 1 They can not do so unless they can control the house of representatives and through their representatives In the house give expression to their purposes and their desires The Republican party is vogueIocratic party Is pledged to such a re vision of the rules as will bring the pop ular branch of the federal government Into harmony with the ideas of those who framed our constitution and found ed our government Other lssues Will Be Discussed Later Shall the people rule I repeat Is declared by our platform to be the overshadowing question and as the campaign progresses I shall take occasion to dis cuss this question as it manifests Itself In other Issues for whether we consider the tariff question the trust question the railroad question the banking question imtour problcmsj find that the real question Involved in each is whether the government shall remain a mere business asset of favor InstruIpe advancement of the common weal Democrats Have Earned Confidence If the voters are satisfied with the withitsnot reasonably ask for a change in ad eelIas a too poUclesofIgre9combinations d upon the rights of the masses and em ployed the instrumentalities of govern torltRedcratic party for ourparty has risked de feataye suffered defeat hlts effort to anddreferredd Intrusted with leadership in a great cause who are willing to die for Itand the Democratic party has proven 4s worthiness by Its refusal to purchase Victory by delivering the people Into Ahe hands of those who have d spoiled hem In this contest between Democracy oh the one side and plutocracy on the other the Democratic party has taken its position on the side of equal lights and invites the opposl tlon of those who use politics to secure special Iprlvtleles and governmental ta vorltlsm Gauging the progress of the nation not by the happiness or wealth or Refinement of a few but by the pros and of the average r than the Democratic party charges tURepublican party with TJBlng the promo ter of present abuses the opponent of necessary remedies and the ofily bulwark of private monopoly The Democratic party affirms that in this campaign It is the only party having a prospect of success which stands for justice In goy ernment and for equity in the division of the fruits of industry Democratic Party Defends Honest WealthIWe may expect who have comm rmunlty r attempt to raise false Issues and to em ploy the llv ry of heaven to conceal their evil purposes but they can no long er deceive The Democratic party is not the enemy of any legiimate industry or of honest accumulatlips It is on the contrary a friend of Industry and the steadfast protector of that wealth which represents a service to society The Democratic party does not seek to an i nihilate all corporations it simply asserts j that as the government creates corpora lions it must retain the to regu i late and to control them and that it should not permit any corporation convert Itself Into a monopoly Surely we should have the cooperation of all legitimate corporations In our effort to protect business and industry from the odium which lawless combinations of capital will if unchecked cast upon them Only by the separation of the good from the bad can the good be made se cure t Not Revolution But Reformation The Democratic party seeks not revolu tion but reformation and I need hardly remind the student of history that cures are mildest when applied at once that v f remedies increase in severity as their application Is postponed Blood poison ing may be stopped by the loss of a fin ger today It may cost an arm tomor i row or a life the next day So poison In the body politic can not be removed too soon for the evils produced by it Increase with the lapse of time That there are abuses which need to be remedied even the Republican candidate admits that his party Is unable to remedy them has been fully demonstrated during the lartlten years I have such confidence In the Intelligence as well as the patriotism pt the people that I can not doubt their readiness to accept the reasonable reforms which our patty proposes rather than permit the continued growth of ex istlng abuses to hurry the country on to remedies more radical and more drastic Our Partys Ideal ljThe platform of our party closes with aJbrief statement of the partys Ideal Jtx favors such an administration of this government as will Insure as far as flu man m can that each citizen shall draw from seclety a reward commensu rate with his contribution to the welfare of society Governments are good In proportion as they assure to each member of society 4 so far as governments can a return com mensurate with individual merit Th Divine Law of Rewards There is a Divine law of rewards When the Creator gave us the earth with its fruitful soil the sunshine with its warmth and the rains with their moisture he proclaimed as clearly as If his voice had thundered from the clouds Go work and according to your Industry and your Intelligence so shall be your reward Only where might has overthrown cunning undermined or govern Jraent suspended this law has a different law prevailed To conform the govern r feient to this law ought to be tlje ambl tTo n of the statesman and no party can have a higher mission than to make It a reality wherever governments can legiti mately operate r j f Justice to AH Recognizing that I am indebted for my I nomination to the rank and tile of our party and that my election must come if It comes at all from the impurchased and 1unpurchasabiesutfrages of the American people I promise If Intrusted with the responsibilities of this high dfficetocon secrate whatever ability I have to the one purpose of making this In fact a government in which the people rulea government which will do justice to all and offer to every one the highest possible stimulus to great and persistent effort by assuring to each the enjoyment of his just share of the proceeds of his toll no matter in what part of the vine yard he labors or to what occupation profession or calling he devotes himself 13OOOOOOOOOGOOOQOOOOOOOOO QoaoQaQQaaaQ Farmun For Sale f Having decided to change locations I c will offer for saleprivately my farm on the Springfield and Manton road 2i miles from Mantori DESCRIPTION Contains 1- 206 Acres 18 acres in timber most all the rest in grass some tobacco land Is well wat ered by three good pon1and wells has two orchards a good dwelling and all necessaryoutbuildings HasI R F Dand telephone line by the place Close toschool Call onor adraress C M BRINGLE Stffmgiield Ky Rt 5 Box 37 S3 8tt ctf Edison Columb a Phonograph RIECORDS E M RUSSELL Springfield Ky TheSUN1 k f A I pTh I j j u THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 1908ldPREMiUMAWARDS f Of The Washington County Fair Association on j v Live Stock Y f I FIRST DAY 1 MARES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES j Mare 4yearspld and over ltJH Thurman and J G Howgll 1st LXlL Moore tiMare 3yearold and under four C C Brewer 1st W H Rush 2d j Mare 2yearold and under three ID L Moore 1st A B Ransdall 2d t Mare one year old and under two I Ht Thurman 1st Chas Blanton 2dJ MareH under one year old RobtL LucasLst J J Yowell 2d BUGGY GELDINGS Best pair Buggy Geldings Brewer Bakerlst G C Brewer and Will Smith 2d IIt ROADSTER RINGiBest Roadster Stallion L D Bakerp stBohoi Lucas 2d v k I SECOND DAY l1 Vv IpGs Best Berkshire Hoar one year ald and over Orange Fry e 1stp Best Berkshire Boar under one ydar old Orange Frye 1st and 2d iBest Berkshire Sow over one yea old Oranage Frye 1st lBest Berkshire Sow under one year old Orange Frye 1st and 2diDUROC JERSEYS Best Boar over one year oldjJfe Shelby 1st T ISMayesBest Sow under one year old J IE Shelby 1st and 2d lBest Sow under one yearojd P lfr Howard 1st Ei S Mayes2d Sow and not less than 6 pigs any breed JE Shelby 1st Best Herd one male three females any breed owned by one person Orange Jrye 1st J E Shelby 2d SWEEPSTAKES t Best Boar any age any breedi Orange Frye 1st J E Shelby 2d i Best Sow any age any breed Orange Frye 1st and na SHEEP Best Buck over one veal old J W Foster stG P Fisher 2d Best Buck under one year old B6yd 1W S Gibbs 2d j Best Ewe over one year aldG W Foster 1st W S Gibbs 2d TBest Ewe under one year old G W Foster 1st Boyd Irvine j 2d SWEEPSTAKES Best Buck any age G W Foster f lstG P Fisher 2d Best Ewe any a eG W Foster 1st G P Fisher 2d JBEST TUKNOUT lEest Turnout single driven by a I IMW gentleman accompanied by a lady J C Cook 1st Bbhon Lucas 2dCPONY RING Best Turnout driven bychijd not over 15 years old L T MattIngly 1st Frank Peters 2d j BUGGY MARES list pair Buggy Mares KoBards Mjtchell 1st Brewer Is rn2d GENERAL PURPOSES JHORSEsFOR arold and over i3ohOr Bros 2d Stallion 13y earsold and under four Chas Blaritdn 1st A B Ransdell 2d Stallion or Gelding 2yearsoJd and under three A B Ra sdell1st Bofion Lucas 2d Stallion one year old and under two Chas Bohon 1st H W Brown 2d Stallion under one year old Hum phrey Milton 1st W CJ Grundy 2d r SADDLE GELDINGS Best Saddle Gelding 4years old and ayer A JH Ransdell 1st C C SBestunder fou4W T Smi hlstS C Mackin NEWt YORK SADDLE CLASS Best Saddle Mare Stallion or Geld ng owned in Washington county L p Baker st BohonLiicas2d Best Saddle Mare or GeldIng Jr C Cook 1st Robards Mitchell 2d ROADSTER RING Best Roadster Mare or Gelding Ro Bards Mitchell 1st FrarikPeters 2dr q tH1RD DAY BEEE CATTLE ANY BREED Bull 2years old and over C A Willson lstC R Harmon 2d Biilli on year old and under two Brown Thurman 1st G L Haydpn 2d f Bull under one year W S Gibbs 1st C R Fiarmon 2dIlcows Cpw 2yearsoid andover Q A Willson 1st and 2d Cow on fear old and under two C A Willson lst Cow undier one year old C A Will son 1st and 2d SWEEPSTAKES IfBulla jag Thurman 1st C A Willsan 2d T Cow any age C A Willson 1st and2d Best ITerjd Beef Cattle qwned by one persons i1 male arid 3 females C A Wfllsonj 1st W S Gibbs 2d JEHSEYCOWS Cow one year old arid ayer G D COUNTYI Er P JJ R BRYAN HAS CALlLElD UPONvTHE FARMERS of the nation for contributions to the campaign fundand masthemtnnthem for contrib tjo s to the turui Mr an s election win jjj mean the destruction of thdse vampireinterests t which JJ have bloodsucked the farmer for a decade his election will mean the restoration of rights to allJtIt will mean jj that exclusive privileges willjno longer be granted from the mi Seat of the National Governent to giutonous classes J The Democratic National Committee tt the suggestIon ofmjj Mr Bryrefusesto asko accept con ribu ions from cor JJ jjj porations The fight for the supremacy of Democracy is to jj be made and paid for y the common people Si There are hundreds of fafmers of Washington county who J can and no doubt will contribute liberally to the fund- ij W Fill out the following blink mal together with con m tribution to The Sun Lf 2J it jlt 1t1 o T iJ BryanuIIi Fund 1 jj Name tR iIi h ii iI JJ Address j vv n H z JJV IfJ The amoUitceived will be turnqcf ttver toJudge W Eo Seaman who will n i Uimail receipted Contributor n 133333 2 3 339333 333333f33 333 33 33 3 333 333 533 333 i OCOQx3OGGCXXXXXXX OGGOGOCXto 000 j o 1 Fire Lightning Tornado 2 c t 8 =Windstorm IS YOUR INSURANCE ABOUT TO EXPIRE- IfIf so drop us a card and we will come to see you and Save you L 0 From 20 to4b percent on your prelJ1l mg If you are without Insurance you are takinga great risk as dur 8ing this season ofth year firs are more freqlient on account of I dry weather i r v f 9 = Iiandoooooooooooo oa j Robertson 1st H M ONan 2ndS W Williams 3rdi A Wallace 4th BABY SHOW Handsomest girl baby under one year old Lucille Robertson 1st Mary Co lette Blanford 2nd SADDLE STALLIONS Stallion 3 years old and over IsomBBros 1st Scadden Sandidge 2ndsalBest mare or horse colt sired ajYandell1st W H HORSES Rush2ndI itMareC ingookMare 3 years old and under 4 L D Baker 1st C C Brewer rtMare1D AunnSinMareLurcas 1st Chas Blanton 2nd Mare tinder 1 year old S P Thomp son 1st Yandell Grundy 2nd HARNESS GELDINGS Gelding 4 and aver L D B meakerGelding 3 years old and under 4 W T Smith lst G W Glazebrqok 2nd JgTuckerOCkAWAY toBestlist RoBards Mitchell nd MARE AND COLT Best mare and cOlt foal of 198 S P 1st Milton tondCOMBINED RING 77LucasA B Ransdell 3rd FOURTH DAY JACKS poJackp0McElroyJack 2 years old an under 3 Love Ruby 1st J B Goodpa hire 2nd HeMcElroyJack under 1 year oJd W Wv Me NOJenncoGibbsJennett 1 year old and under 2 Chas HJpasture premium JQJackG odpasture 2nd tJJMULES Horse mule 2 years pld arid aver T L SHorseBrown Thurriian 1st Frank Orkies 2nd 11BrownjtMareW Sims lstV C Arnold 2nd Mare mule under 1 aldC A trWilsonSWEEPSTAKES ThurJ5Mare mule any age Brown Thur man 1st C A Wilson 2nd Mare and mule coltC A Wilson a BiBestThurman 1st JL Parrott 2nd Handsomest boy baby under 1 year aldJ A Sharp 1st Mrs Arthur Noel 2nd SADDLE RuG I Best saddle stallion mare or gelding Scadden Sandidgn 1st Bohon Lucas 2nd Iso n Bros 3rd X HARNESS PURPOSES 1StalliansaScaddenMitchell Stallion or gelding years old and under 3 Scadden Simdidge 1st Bo lion Lucas 2nd Stallion 1 year old and under 2 Chas Bohon 1st SctiddenjSandidgc 2nd Stallion year W Gv Grundy 1st Hun hrek Milton 2n d Best stallion and three or more of hisget Bohon Lucas premium y BEST TURNOUT Best turnout to be drivoit by gentle man accont awed by lady M G Veisiger 3st Baker A Brewer 2ndIj IdNYNGi- gsBst Shetland mares geldin 01stam s shown by hate r Frank Peters premium COMBINED RlfrG Mare Scadden thu ain01eldjng 1st A 2nd ROADSTER RING Best sthlliun mare or gelding Ro Bards Milchell 1st ICJames 2nd IlL D Baker 3rd IiSADDLE RING 1 Mare three years or over Bohon Lucas 1st Isom Bros 2nd DoUBLE TEAM Best double team regardless of age sex color or ownership 11 G We isi ger 1st Baker Brewer 2nd I C James 3rd t NateThe awards made by Floral Hall will be printed in our next issue J iti Commissioners Sale f Washington Circuit Court Ky r t 1i WillieEquity y virtue of a judgment and order of rej Courideredye styled cause I shall proceed to n ooorinMonday August 24 1908 2 o clock p m or thereaboutbe highestbesta redit of six twelve and eighteen propertysituatedWashington turnpikeTract No 1 Beginning at a stone on the original corner 3 to Ben Crouch mbranchNo 2 thence down the branch as it anders N 77 W 167 poles S 81J W poles S 41J W 20 poles S 92 W 4 poles S 26 W 8 poles S 56 W 14 polesS 28JVV 8 poles S 42 W 296 poles S V6poles S 47 W13 poles to a Munsedpoles to a stone on the ridge corner 4 EU229 acres 1 rood and 30 polestTract No 2 center of branch at corner lot No 3 in Hardins line thence down branch as it m 2lesP latNo366J as NWbrandbigup said branch as it meanders N 2A W 107 poles N 13 E 12 N 34J Et3poles to a stob insaid branch corner to 5thencecantinuIng it m Eles8 6 polesN81 po 7lescorrii r to lot Na1 and Ben Crouch and afHardincorner to sam thence S 67 E502 lotNsquarepolesTract No 3Beginning at a stone Ini JohiGordonth center ot said road as it meanders N 2U E 18 poles N 41 E 99 poles E 24 poles N 55 E 137 poles N 29 E 3 poles to a stob in center of said 1taValter46 poles toi a stob in center of branch dawnbranchS S4 SWner 12 topot No 2 and Hudson thence Iiningpoles IidJin 9 acres roods and 4 square poles This land has good improvements ont timberedCand much of if good tobacco land Said land will Ibe offered first in separate acts and then asa whole and will sell HI tIoneyFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and haying the force and effect of on retainedlandcomplyomjitlyM G LEACHMAN M C W C C diiSakWashington Circuit Court Ky H Hardin et al plaintiffs vs R Is Hardin et aL defendantsEquity li 411 rit By virtue erf a ju4gnleIltftnd order of le of the WjiiliintonCircuit Court- ndcwedat thorny term 1908 I shall roceed to offer lor sale at the Court House door m Springfield Ky on Monday August 21i9O8- ta 2 oclqck p m or thereabout betin g County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at pUb1i auction upon 1fallaan laws lyinginKentucky and founded as follows to MaryCaroline l1uryCaralineIlarGin4s ter Scruggs thence up branch as it meanders N 32J E 1531 poles N 13J E 92 poles S 77 E 7 poles to a stob in branch 5 to same thence with fence N 12 E 46 poles N 19 E 207 poles to drain at 7 thence with drain N 12J 7 poles N 26 E 6 IOlCs to a stob in big branch corner 9 to Ben Crouch thence with big branch sit meanders N 74i E 6 poles N 58 IE 16 poles N 69 E 7 poles N 89 E 8 olesN 64 E 5 poles N 83 E 17 poles to a stob in branch near a water gap corner 15 to Ben Crouch in line of Mary Caroline Hardin tract thence with said line S 25l W 1122 poles to the beginning and containing 32 acres 1 rood and 28 square poles For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date ofsale until paid and haying the force and effect of a Judgment A lien will be retained on land for which bona is executed Bidders wiII be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W Gjj 0 J J I The A BC and X Y i o- fADVERTISING A SERIES OF TEN TALKS ADVERTISING written by Seymour Eaton of Philadelphia 71NoI J The owner of a retail hat store wrifesme to ask how to advertise hats y f 7 Af I dont know I haven t thougfit much ajbout hats Ten to one I should do something revolutionary perhaps advertise to buy the us tomers oM hat As a rule he is glad to get rid of it Of course that would cut the profit in two but then the sales would multiply by ten perhaps by fifty and the store would get ttalked about v Perhaps I wouldnt do that at all I make the suggestion simply to let this hat dealer know that if I owned his store I should get up and shake myself Imake some sort of a noise not stand around behind the counter leaning on everything waiting for a customer who is six blocks away on the other side of the street going north to change his mind come back crossover and by mere chance in his hurry notice that I have hats inlniy window l i lp Tell a hundred thousand meij who wear hats and who buy two hundred thousand hats a year that you have the goods the kind they are looking for If that doesnt wake them up then give way a hatband andy a necktie and a pair of gloves cram the hats full of ham sandwiches do something Your business is to T sell hats not store them j whoIdepends on the sidewalk and the weather for his trade But it isnt ndcessaryto be sensational simply make readable news of your advertising It is the business of the newspapers to distribute news and if I want a moderate priced stylish hat your adver using is ten times more interesting to me than the rhomaGood advertising is news Print this on the ceiling over your bed so that you will read it first thing every morning when you wake up v Keep your eye on fashion r V tIFashion is today the biggest influence in the world not necessarily the best influence but theI controlsIthe storm breaks haul in your advertising canvas and stop buying Fashion hurricanes tare shortlived Copyright 1905by Tribune Company Chicago I KENTUCKYSIM6GEST SHOW SEPT1415164718191908 sSTX BIG IIWS DAIIvY 1ACEI425OOO IN PREMIUMS WL ERS BAND S1DLSHOW FRPv 4tCTIONS Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shinesin our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of thi quarter of M million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES For information entry blanks or catalog drsJ W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky f JOB PRINTINGu can do thefinestp Iof and we4 do that class iust a little cheaper than the otner xcuow Wedding invitations Jetter head bIll head carefultreatmentrjust a seems necessary alWJSt J 1 L F g CT t o l a 3 n r 1 IT i 4 I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGlUST 19 1908II SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY ONE DOLLAR Advance and Publisher at Springfield through the ISUBSCRIPTIONSUBSCRIPTION matter 100 50 25 your address changed to which your paper postoffice to which you FOR PRESIDENT flflJLLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska I FOR VICEPREIDENT YV JOHN W KERN V qf IndianaL Lt t I FOR CONGRESS I VI HON BEN JOHNSON f OF NELSON COUNTY V FOR SHERIRF CII tion for Sheriff ot Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic t party Deputies Richard BoBhtt Sam IX Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and Hubert Virgin FOR SHERIFF ii We are authorized to announce S J Anderson for Sheriff of Washington 4 county subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Byron CroaKe Geo Powell Sam Hale and H R Eddleman s rV fENWICKt k Born to the wife of Mr Will Barker on August 14th an 8 pound boy Mr and Mrs DolphBarrick and sis ter Miss Pearl Martin and brothers Messrs Otha l Erskine and Fred Mar tin attended the Perry yille fair Wed nesday and Thursday Messrs Cleo and Walter Robertson of Kirkland and Booker Noe of Springfield were guests of Mrs Myrtle Barker Friday night T 5f Miss Anrja B Riley visited relatives at Springfield last week Mfss Hattie Bowls is the1 guest of her ister Mrs Ethel Shewmaker Mr Steve Begley wasat the home- of his parents at this place Saturday I and Sunday Miss Pansy ot Louisville was the f guest of Miss Emma Adams of this place the latter part of last week Mr SamOderof Mackville spent Wednesday night at this place- Mr Wm Nally anri family spent Sunday with Mr K E Shermaker and family I Mr and Mrs Dick Hatchett spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Dolph 1b BarrickSMr Ed Bowles and wife spent Sun dav with U G Martin and family Miss Nanme Clark and Miss Ola Hol derinan spent last week with Mrs Doiph Barrick and Miss Pearl Martin Mr Ezra Veatch ot Louisville is the guest of U G Martin aid family J Mrs JW Rose and daughter Mary Glenand Miss Ollie Houchins of Har rodsburg spent Sunday night and Mon dayNvith Mrs Roses sister Mrs Nan nie Fenwick of this place Keeps His Promises Shelby Sentinel The unstinted praise that followed the election of Hon Ben Johnson to the position of chaiftnah of his party is the highest testimonial he could receive as to his fitness Brains coupled with honesty is a difficult prop osition xf down and Ben has these to an exceptionable degree Of all the t politicians in the state Ben Johnson is the only one who has the reputation of keeping his promises This faith in him in ldNelson where hehails from and where he is best known is as firm and unshaken as the rocks of Gibralter Coupted with all ofthe above he is a t successful politician which tact means that Kentucky ViII surely be placed In the Democratic column with a good round substantial majority large enough to satisfy the most exacting For Sore feet SI have found Bucklenjs Arnica 4Salve to fife the nroper to use for Ss 4caB well aafor healing burns sores cuts and all manner of absa Swrites MrW Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper thing too for piles Try it Sold under guar antee at Haydon Robertsons drug 1 store 25c r tl a J LONG ISLAND WOMAN Bitten By a cat Arranges Affairs and Then Waits the End Baldwin L L August 10 Knowing that she was dying from hydrophobia Mrs Jane G Turnbull 52 years old imitated the example of the Jate Dr William H Marsh who fell victim to the same alady last May by arrang ing all hr worldly affairs an hour before the end came She directed her husband = tb have her body cremated and the ashes taken to Scotland her native country for burial in a little graveyard next to Sundayschool she had attended when she was a child Her display of fortitude in the face of death was almost equal to that of the Brooklyn physician but it was more remarkable not only because of per sex but by reason of the fact that un til the last hour when she grew corn posed she had been terrified by the thought that she was doomed Dr Marsh had known the inevitable for days before it occurred and a man of science himself had tihie to school him self to meet itO M6reover while his dying moments werefmade painless by the administration pf opiates she en dured the agony of the disease almost tpher last breath About three months ago a white cat of nb particular breed strayed into her home and Mrs Turn bull made a pet qfj it One day not long afterwards shevas playing with it when it jumded at her and bit her nose 5The wound was not deep but a physician was called and he cauterized- It expressing the oinion thatit was not of a serious character After biting aIit backagain- Mrs Turnbull at one became so nero vous that her husbanld took a shotgun and killed the animajl IAlthough the injury gave no trouble as the days passed Mrs Turnb 1J constantly wor- rIed about it and even now there is a question as to whether her death might not have been induced ay what called iuitQ suggestion t Ain It AwfulMabel t Lebanon Enterprise We presume that it is eminently proper for candi dates fort5the highest office within the gift of the people to talk into phono graphs and to can just as many speeches as they wish to However until Mr Taft consented to preserve a lew ot his talks w were led to be lieve that Mr BryaAhad committed about the most undignified act a candi date for the presidency had ever been guilty of since time began But then you know Circumstances alter cases and it is nut probable that Mr Bryan Win longer be maligned by Republican newspapers for haying talked into a phonograph If those speeches of Mr Tafts are yhinglike as long as his speech of acceptance delivered 3 short tine ago iii Cincinnati the records must be about the size of steam boilers Death of Mrs trainer Mrs Margaret Trainer an old and respected Mdy who resided here died yesterdav and funeral services were conducted this morning at the Catholic church She was wellliked by all who knew Her and was a devout Christian woman She leaves seyeralchildren who have the sympathy of all in their bereayement She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West Frank lin Maine Says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings s New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good and do their work without making a fuss about it These painless purifyers sold at Hay don itbbertsorifs drug store 2oc Childrens Fair tThe children of Springfield and Wash ington county will give a Fair at the Fair grounda August 2t It goes with out saying that it will be an interesting event and will no doubt be largely at tended Adriiission 15c and 25c Excellent Health Advice Mrs M M Davison of No 379 Gif ford Ave San Jose Cal says The worth of Electric Bitters as a general family medicine for headache bilious ness and torpor of the liver and bowels issa pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflic tions There Is more nealth for the di gestive organs ina bottle of Electric Bitters than In any other remedy I know of SoJa under guarantee at Haydon Roljertsons drug store 50c Natures JDecoratlon During the pa few months In Switzerland and France there have been brought lo light several caverns in which petrification of water has wrought marvelous effects ot crystalline decoration The last of these to be announced is a magnificent grotto laid bare by a fall of rock at the Pointe du Tajland Canton of Belle IsleenMer The grotto is accessible at low tide The Springfield Sun 100 per year OO OO OOOope eneQ Q I Personal Notes PI aaVisitors In and Out ofTownA n Round Up of the Weeks o Personal Mews oe98o0eoe eoeooeoeoeaeQe Mr Charles HaydQn of Shelby ville spent a few days here last week- t Mrs Leo Haydon and children are visiting friends and relatives in Louisville J Miss Spalding of Bardstown has returned home after a Visit to Miss Anna J Simms r Mr Joe Hancock of Louisville is visiting his sister Mrs Reed Spauld Ing Mrs Simms of Danville is the guest of Mrs Gregory Edelen Miss Alice Sansbury of Chicago- Ill is visiting relatives here = Miss Catherine Spalding returned to her home in Lebanon Monday after a visit to Miss Bertha Haydon 5Dr J B RoBards of Harrods burg spent several days here last week Miss Veola Brown is visiting triends at Bloomfield Mr Eugene Belwood and daughter Miss Margaret otShelby county visited Mrs P J Thomas the past weeK 1 Mr and Mrs P J Thomas are spending this week at Eminence and in Shelby county Mrs Ware Nally is yisiting her parents Mr and Mrs Martin Rite of Union county Mr and Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville are visiting Mrs Mangets parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis 7Miss Elizabeth Roberts is spending a week at Tatham Springs Mr and Mrs Jeff Settle and Miss Pearl Goatley are at Niagara Falls Mr John Roberts of Lexington isI spending a few days with relatives at this place Mrs Lula Kelly Misses Mollie Par rott Mollie Dorsey and Anna J Simms will leave Monday fOr a ten days stay at Martinsville Ind LMisses Hattie and Lettie Kelly have returned to their home in Louis ville after a visit to relatives here Miss Marie Maloney will return to her home in Louisville Saturday after a six weeks visit to friends and rela tives at this place Miss Mildred Spalding returned to her home in Lebanon Tuesday afte a visit to Miss Eleanor Duncan sMrs John Smith of Bloomfield is visiting relatives here Mr R H Edelen has returned to Bardstown aftera visit to relatives here Mr Vallas Pinkston of Maple Hill wasin town Sunday Misses Lulie Campbell and Kate Mayes are spending a few days at Griffin Springs Misses Marv and Lucy Brown left yesterday for a tripto Mackinac Mich Miss Lizzie Leachman has returned from avisit to friends and relatives in Bloomfield Mr and M4 C C McChord and daughter Miss jLIargaret md Miss Mary Prewitt tuky have rc4irned to Louisyille after spending a few days in Springfield Mr Wathen Simms is spending the week with hisUJicle Mr Richard Wathen at Bardstown 1MessrsBooker to their home in Bloomfield after a visit to relatives here 4 Miss Rebecca McElroy of Lebanon spent a few days with relatives here last week Mr Irvine Wimsatt has returned to Louisville after spending a week here I Miss Bessie Settle of Maud fts returned home after a visit to111ss Katherine Russell Miss Margie Bonta of Mt Zion is the guest of her sister Mrs SH Bishop during the Institute Miss Eelma Mcllvoy ot Willisburg is a guest at the Colvin House this week Mr Clelland Cunningham has re turned to his home in Columbia S C after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Andre WCunninghamk Mr and Mrs Everett BUster have returned to their home in Harrodsburg after a visit ito Mrs Busters parents Mr and Mrs J Y Mayes Mr Ed Pope of Louisville spent a few days here last week Miss Mary Katherine Lemon of herLauntMrsMrs J R Mahon and children of Lebanon have returned home after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr t J r l H REMNANT SALENOW GOING ON AT = The BigSiorel WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL tInhij FTER our Big July Clearance Sale we find there has accumulated many Remnants of Dress Goods Silks White Goods Wash Fabrics Laces Embroideries Cot 1iogYOUR OWN PRICE We will also Offer our Regular Stock of Mens and Boys Summer Clothing at Cost for balance of season I t I P IXTRALSpecials for Friday and Saturday tI Lot of Ladies twelve and sixteen button length SilkGOves a QnfjHalf PriceI Lot of Torchon laces at one half price i Lot of Mofi IIa1at one half price Lot of Mens Wash Pants at 39 centsa pairt The ROBERTSON= CL BROOKE CO INCORPORATED Miss Margaret and Louise Medley will leave Friday for Griffin Springs Miss Sarah Keeling of near Willis burg has been visitingher cousin Miss Addie Keeling during the past two weeks Mr Caldwell of Columbia visited friends and relatives here during the fair JMr I C James the prominent 1 horseman of Harrodsburg accom panied by his charming daughter vis ited friends here during the fail Miss Ethel Bush has returned to her home at Chaplin after pleasant visit to Miss Laura Shehan V Messrs Lonnie dnd Albert Camp belt were in Lebanon Sunday J Mr Will Lanham of Pleasant Run left Tuesday morning for an extended trip through the Southwest He contemplates settling in the State of Tex as Misses Irene Russ ll and Oliver M Elroy haye returned to their home in Lebanon after a shprt visit at the home of Mr and Mrs qR McWhor ter MrJ R Smith of Bloomfield is here to visit friends Mr Smith re cently suffered a severe sprain or wrench of his left leg a horse falling upon him and for five orsix weeks has been on crutches ProC Willis Hutchings and family of Norfolk Va will arrive this week to Visit Mr and MrsJ Ad Boulware Miss Sallie Rickets will accompany Prof aniFFMrs Hutching Mr C H R McElroy of Kansas City is here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs C R McElroy Mrs Finley Scruggs has returned from a short visit to Tatham Springs Misses Sallie Doyle and Willie Mae Figg of Pleasureville have been guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas Noe the past week Mrs Lizzie Campbell visited friends at Pottsville Sunday and mornkig Mrs W N Foster and little daugh ters Nellie and Mary of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M Reed of near Valley HUt Miss Lizzie Kinkead has returned to her home in Elizabethtown after a visit to her sister Mrs Sue Knott Mr and Mrs Charles Kinkead of Greenville Miss will arrive Saturday to visit Mr Kinkeads sister Mrs Sue Knott Dr E M Miller anH family of Loretto spent the first of the week with his sister Mrs W F Trusty Judge I H1 ThurmEm and family are spendinga few days in Shelbyville Mrs Mclntire and daughter Miss Jane of Louisville are visiting her daughter Mrs J W Riedel Mr F EKuhn of Nashville Tenn is spending a few days with his family at the home of Miss Fannie Wall v Mr and Mrs Thos Brown of Tat ham Springs spent Monday night with Mr and Mrs Robt Noe and left Tues dav morning for Petoskey Michigan for Mr Browns health Mr Harvey Key of Jensonton left Springfield Tuesday morning for Martinsville Ind Mrs W2L Thompson and wife will leave nexti Friday for Henderson ville NC where they will reside per manently Thq change is made on ac count of the ill health of Mrs Thompson Mr Jack M Chord entertained the following friendsat Tatham a few days this week Misses Emily Hughes of Cincinnati Alhene Hannah of Shelby ville Sarah Logan of Danville Lisle McChord ofLebanon Judith and Mon nie Tarkington7 of Danville and Messrs Matt Lee of Danville Clinton Hawkins of Versailles Chas McCho4l of Lebanon and John Shuck McElroy of this place The party was chaperoned by Mrs Scruggs j HPlantsMany harmless plants contain poison Daffodil and narcissus pick ers are trouble with a skin disease known as daffodil poisoning Oath erings form under the fingernails They are caused by minute crystals in the juice of the stems The bulbs of the white Roman hyacinth have similar unpleasant properties Why James Lee Got Well Everybody in Zanesville 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband James Lee firm ly belieyes Ije owes his life to the use of Dr Kings New Discovery His lungs were so severely affected that consumption seemed inevitable when a UisoveryWe KingsNewand lung remedies For coughs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try it Sold under guar antee at Haydon Robertsons drug store5 50c and 100 Trial bottle frees I DR W V STALLARD D DS I ISPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 II All Work TEETH Pain or Danr Done in this office is first II class in every respect anti ijust as advertised GUARANTEED JS Over McElroy Shaders Grocery3 The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Springfield Sun LOO per year 500000 Prize Puzzle Can You Solve It The Celebrated 15 Puzzl- e6J r 5 I 4 1 Take any of the numbers 1 23 4 5 6 7 89 and place in the nine squares on this or a separate sheet of paper so that any way it is read it will make 15 Tile same number cannot be used more than once Every person sending in correct shareinyalue prizes amounting to 5000 and to each person a song book containing 50 old favorite songsIwith words and music Winners will be notified by mail only r Cut this out and send your solution of puzzle with name and address to Montenegro Riehm t Music CorINCORPORATED 628 and 630 Fourth AvenueI LOUISVILLE KY 25 t rl I Ir t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 igo8 5 +M trr ISP1CCSZThepickling season is now on y In order to get THE BEST Results Get THE BEST Spices and Vinegar Our Spice are the VERY BEST Money can buy Our VINEGAR Is Pure Cider Vinegar4 a FOR CASHtWe are Offeringx t 17 pounds Best Granulated Sugar 100 t r 3 oundsA rhckles Coffee 50 I5C salmon 10 Grrted Pineapple 10 t15CBars LenoxSoap J 25 Bars Big Deal soap f 25 w + 6 Bars RediWrapPersQa 25tr + 6 V 25 3 Packages Blue 10 1 + p ICED tEAMade from ELKS DELIGHT TEA t Is TflEjBEST try ilbox and be delighted t2 All Kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE Wanted Haga Bros tt4i 4IJt tHtttlt4t r t tiDr1G1T1Burton anRESIDENT Teeth Extracted With out aintPRO WN WORK A SP CIAt1ryk n Dental Work Strictly First = clajss Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs J Local Sews Notes I Go to Grundy Mclritires togetl your trunks suit Gases handbags It Full line at reasonable prices p nwri Rev Waldon will begin a protracted meeting the third Monday night at Wil lisburg All are invited to attend If you want to beautify your home get some of Grundy arid McIntires rugs t B G Fox will be in Springfield coun ty court day August 2ftto buy 100 mule colts and yearling t The best shoes in the worlds for ladies misses boys and nnat Grundy McIntires l IMr Ed Enrich is in Springfield rep resenting the Wrought Iron Range j Company of St Louis This company manufacturers The Home Comfort Steel Range Mr Enrich will canvas s Washington and adjoining Counties and solicit orders for the comPany County Clerk W F Sooker issued licence foiv marriage to the following young c uPs last week Mr Glane Duncan ct Nelson county and Miss Bessie Scott of Polin this county John Prather and Miss Gracie Iewis r both of this county G thrle Gordon and Miss Nora Richard Thoma5 Hall Qt a tMiSs Gracie MunseY Goth Youn fouples residents of Washington county ij4 j lONG JCKiI if Mrs Mary Mayes diedat the home 1 o f her husband Mr Jams H Mayes Sunda illY oif diseases Mayes was a member of the ChriBtlah church at Mackville and WaS a true ChrIstian She was al fays ready to help the sick arid suff ing until ill health fell u pn her Sh t was patjent through alliher sufferin and was glad When death relieved her She leaves Si husband aild three sons Several sisters and brothers and a hoof relatives and friends to mourn the toss We extend our sincere y t to the bereaved ones 4 Mrs Skeans is still verYilt Royce the little son of Mr and Mrs Henry Isham is very ill of brain an spinal troublerMr es al valuable cow last week lr Mr Ed Graves lost a mule Sunday Died of Typhoid Fever r i r The death of Mr Joseph Ray Smi on Jt Sunda morning at 930 oclock at his home near Springfield was a i jjfi r Mr IC T T relajtivestpbe some better Saturday fRay was a young man of exceptionally good abuts true to the church in wnich he andd his forefathers far gen andVerttle to his sifters and dutiful and affectionate to his w1dovedImother He had just passed birthday He h ayes his brothersand four sisters to mourn his untimely end besides a large circle of friends and relatives He was Juried at St Rose church Monday moriiihg with all the beautiful rites andc remonies that the Catholic church aicords a faithful member We deeply sympa a ize with the bereaved family BEH IL Only a Baby 1 Only a baby r You dimpled thing Weak and helpless it But joy you bring Nothing to say J Andnothing to do But nehO or other Your dad roves you Only a baby I You do not know- Whats in the world Of weal or woe And yet as you lie In your crib all- The world to your dadIIf you are so small Only a baby And yet you start hopeInThough tiny and weak You scatter here A world of joy And a world of cheer Youre only a baby And yet for yoI motherY Sacrifice everything Life holds deark For the tiny mite L That is cooing here Detroit Free PressI j Cidergpopular5 drinks in Paris The entire annual Consumption for France is X2650000000 gallons twoth ids o which Is produced in the five depart of NormandyIrents The Institute tJ fIij The Washington Goujity Teachers Gradedtteachers irt the county are pr sent ex tharn ever before residergfaculty of SmteUmvers tyLxington Ky is the Instructor harv e steveYr n ca u o by the Superintendent and itj ee now we will have the i lo jt suet soudInsbituteThursday evjenmg m which various subjects of an educational nature will be discussed closing with a lecture by Prof Noe Tihis session W and all are invited to be thA fall report of the p llbetree of the Institute will be give ne issue tt tjt ti If i iIft oociOriginal It was at a period soon after the close of the Revolutionary war that Aaron Whitney si Yankee peddler passed through the Mohawk valleyon his way to Albany The day was Sun day and there was a law among the Dutchmen of those parts that uo should travel on that day there was as much antipathy Dutchmen aril Yankees as there is hisItwcen cats and mice How the ever left Holland to make homes new country beyond the sea no torian has ever explained for Dutchman was once settled anywhere he never moved Not so the Yankee fiDtMein Gott exclaimed one of the deacons of the Dutch churchsee that Yankee traveling on the Lords day Was ever such blasphemy 1 Let us take him before Justice Van der Donk who will doubtless mete out his pun ishmentSo took Aaron before the jus tice He was sitting under an apple tree near his house with a glass schnapps beside him and a long pipe in his mouth This is not tioned as an unusual position for great man for all the long day he theJIn rio other As Aaron was taken fore him the peddler saw a pair blue eyes looking at him from a daw in the house There was thing in the ownedrthem to attract him arid there was that in the peddlers spry step and Eedof his mouth and looking sternly nt tin Idownwant to get home f Hni said the Dutchman you stay here till tomorrow A dout wan you to hiring the wrath of the Lor down on us The peddler threw off his pack mak ing a virtue of necessity At least was the appearance of it Really h was quite willing to remain awhile that he might look upon the fair face of the justices daughter Katrina who had looked upon him out of Tier blue eyes And the girl was equally desirous of seeing more of the engag ing peddler Why it is no man has ever told us but peddlers are proverb ally fascinating to women Perhaps it is the same audacity that enables them to sell their wares At any rate the peddler leaving his pack for security went off to the other end of the appletorchard and waited for the girl to to him never for a moment doubting that she would dp so AncTshe did She trod been long deI sirous of pourhjg out tier dissatisfac tion at the life she Jed to some person In whom she had confidence and she felt sure that she could confide yin the Yankee She told him that her father compelled her to do all the work while vhe smoked and drank schnapps that she had a thousand dollars in bank rat Albany left her by her mother for which her father was trustee and that he would not let her have it The peddler told her that she needed a bus band to Work for her and she would find this much easier and pleasanter than working for some one else Now the justice thinking the peddler In a hurry to go onv when the shades of night came down intimated that for a consideration he wquld pass him Tie Yankee declared that Sunday end ed at sunset The Dutchman scouted such theology maintaining that it last ed till sunrise the next day The Yan kee finally consented tOI pay The jus tice who either couldnqt write or was too fat or too lazy to vrite or could not write in English as well as ini Dutch told the Yankee to write a pass Aaron took up the quill and wrote in an illegible hand on a hit of paper The Dutchman ran his sleepy eyes over diedput it in his pocket took up his pack and departed The justice got up from his chairand by the aid of two canes got himself into the house where sup per was served him by his daughter Then after n Couple of hours smoke he went to lied y The next morning when he woke up wasfneighbors who hunted high and low for the damsel but she was not to be found That she had gone with the peddler never occurred to the justice orl any of the stupid Dutchmen If they connected her disappearance with him It was that he might have murdered her ii se3 rx Two days passed and tCatrlna did not reappear Then due morning there came a letter to old Van tier Donk Since he was not used to receiving let ters he felt sure it contained inforraa helpeditree and got one of his neighbors to bring his pipe Slid his schnapps After ho had taken a pull rat the one and lighted the other he broke the letters seal It contained a statement closin- gmbig account with the bank In Albany where his daughters legacy was kept Dutchhnra and upside down He could make noth ing of it Then Ire called the nearest not ry who read it and told him that it was an order for the bank to pay to Aaron Whiting his daughters legacy with accumulated Interest In ten min utes more a light broke Into the old mans brain Yah he said reflectively jrs fYankee GOLF6Ixt1 M1Ji r 1 IWill Again Locatein Bardstownl I Trade in our business is not as goodas vas expected it would be and we have decided II to again j locate in Bardstown and will move J here in a short time T v ij v 4iv On this account we will offer a lot oL IvSfeSS fr r I SKIRTSSaIeCst f I We have on hand a lot of sample skirts recently made to demonstrate to the trade our akin as skirtmakers vhich we will sell next SATURDAY and MONDAY AUGUSTj I 22 and 24at prices to suit the purchaser These skirts retail Ii everywhere at 500 and 600 OrTthese Ir two days i I v they can eboughtatt 75O to3OO I jThe goods in these Skirts are high priced ALTERATIONS FR EIt the skirt does not fit I Dont fail to come in to see this line of Skirts We are sure you will beconviriced that we offer some unusual bargains i it 1IIfYO want a skirt you can get it made TOPS 1 ViOO f i II aiid165t J CompanyeOver J J Graves Jpwelry tore OppesiU t Prtsbyttrian churchI Marion CountyI Falcon Miss Loretto Moberly an spinster who made her home with he family of Mr Floyd Walker on the Lebanon and St M ryspike died sud denly Thursday night t last week of dropsy Late yesterday afternoon Chief of Police WA Brown hile examining a sewer at the railr ad crossing on Spalding avenue was struck and thrown violently to the ground by the CamP rellsville tram Hs left foot was slightly mashed his left shoulder badly dislocated and left temple bruised While not dangerously hurt it wilwie several weeksbefore he will be out Wim T Elder postmaster at Atchi son beforerU S Commissioner C C Boldnck Tuesday charged with embezzling postoffice money funds to the amount of 31638 He was arrested and prose cuted by P 0 Inspector S A Susong 1shrta1term of the U S District Court in the sum of 500 He gave the bond Mr Theodore Weber had a marvelous escape from death Tuesday afternoon at the plant of the W E Merkley Mill Company The machinery had been crouhedIlinSid pully wheel began to turn Mr Weber foIr 0 jump before the large pully wheel gained speed The twelve foot wheel turned twce before he could get out and in falling his left leg caught in a belt which would havefdrawn him into theIing shout stopped the machinery by thrusting a heavy piece of timber through the drive wheel and imme- dIately shutting off steam Mr Weber is considerably bruised and that he escaped with nis life is truly wo derrful It is a fact rats are becoming almost as numerous as the common housefly and as a consequence axe contributing their quota of annoyance to humanity in A well known farmer of near Lebanon infprmsus tbat they are playing havoc with his cornfield and nreso savage and ravenous they pull the tender young stalks from the ground and use them as weapons in attacking each other thus doing Uns told damage to his crop The above maybe doubted by some people but the following from a lady living right in the heart of Lebanon must be taken as a fattShe says that the other morning while she was occu pied with her household duties her lit tie five year old daughter was sitting on the floor eating a biscuit when fa mathingscampered away 1 Any kind OfpIcture frame made by Leachman Campbell at reasonable prices t SO and25IAtHaf Price 1 t Fifty Ladies Shirt Waists and 25 Ladies Skirts e Clean Goods bought this spring These r are the best bargains cf the Season Come in BRING THE and get a Shirt Waist or Skirt READYMADE DRESSES II 2 Oto general Fresh CASH 400Pjj 1i 20 White Parasols at Reduced Pricestt 25 Pieces of Mattings at Special Prices Wall Paper at Any Price f jTfldYjMIfltirer r i f I f 1 6 l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 191908 C 4 J L uLi SALE iA t O F I 1 fj i l riJ Personal Proper yr d l j 1 f To close our partnershipwe will sell to the highest Bidder beginning promptly 1v A T 1O OCLOCK AM v u Yi Tcsdayt Septa On I H Thurmans Farm at Springfield Ky the following l t r t rL j Jt 4 Fifteen Head of Work Mules I i Including a pair 16 14 hand two yearod mare mules and a yearling horse mule good enough to go to the State Fair rth t j i A Splendid Lot of BROOD MARES COLTS and FILLIESi1 r Including one very fine Mare in foal to the great saddle horse Bourbon King three head of Registered Saddle Mares and Fillies and j I one Registered Saddle Colt by Red Bird out of mare by Joel 2nd Jam by Chester Dare JO i Ii i L Ten Head of Registered Angus Females and Two Young bulls Thefeiiiales are K Prides Prides Ruths and one of the bulls is a Trojan Erica and the other a Ruth no better breeding In the world i t vr I v i t than these cows and bulls and every one is a choice individual V l j l I v A few Head ofJfersey Cows i 1 good 15 month JacK Colt F McChordi1 i if I 5bgood ewes over JOO Stock Hogs One hundred tons of good Clover and Timothy H yi JJ s X Farming Implements of JISortsr I T Most of Them Practically New lr t l THIS WILL BEAN ABSOLUTE SALE and WE GUARANTEE THAT THESE u r SHALL BE NO RESERVATION NOR BYBIDDING OF ANY SORT r V Sr TERMS r 2000 and under cash saks over 2000 note with good security due in six months interest from dale rermsbf thesale musfbe complied with before property is removed ltti7I LUNCH ON THE GROUND k 5dl-q i t J t BROWN THURMAN i t c41AucLioneersT D ENGLISH and S M CAMPBELL tjI jIzk A S1r v I f U j t J J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAy AUGUST 19 1908 if S TruslvJLlPractical DentistSPRINGFIELD CpiNTUCKY1 Dental work reasonable prices AU work guaranteed Office over Haydpn Barker IiID LAKEInsurance Agent j KENTUCKYLife Old Massachusetts Mutual always jteliable and the best dividendpaying company J world Your insurance DRMWIIYATT- I j y DR JNO M SPAUDlNGr r 7 OFFICEOV RITHE RED GROSS DRUG SljORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS t DiftYATT1O30tol2m Dr SPAULDING to 4 p m And in office all Night t Dr lC MudI- I I SPRINGFiELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER J HAYDONSDRUOsjORE Office Hours 8 to AM 14 l JH LAMPTON M q SPRINGFIELD KY 1 I Office in Opera House Office phpneNo 5 Residence No38 t j MISS ELLA ADAMS f NURSE f I TELEPHONES Day 49 rNrght IOL r S T SCOTT k ATTYAT MAyrlSr in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties in the of Appeals and Federal Courts C C McCH RDt4 Springfield ATTYATLAW 4 Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBRDOKB ATTYAT LAW r F5 v Springfield Ky Will practice in the cqurtd of Wjaahineton and adjoining counties and in the or Ap 13T1w E SELpCMAN J I ATTYATLAW e p Springfield yt gtonI MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYERij i Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice In the Courts 6f Wash Cingto7i and adjoining counties nd in the Court of Appeals 4 S M CAMfpL- UAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty 4Willffo anywhere Terms reason 84 CUMBERLAND PHONE RlF D No1 J E SIIILBfr BREEDER OF Our OC Swjne SRHJNGFIELD A FEW CHOIGE BOA RS FOR SALE WE PRINT SALE BILLS TIJOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director Andl 7 Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention iJ Everycourtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 10 Night 74 t I w The Sun and DailY Kentucky State Jour nl both one yeai S4 NEW SHORT STORIES FiglttingBob and the Kaiser When Fighting Bob Evans attended jth opening of the Kiel canal in 1905 Emperor William one day board ed Elans flagship and in course tof conversation asked the admiral how tong it would take him to close all water tight ports ready for action Tcsjo minutes said Evans The admiral was somewhat aston ished when the kaiser snidULetue see you do itdo it yourself Evans tried the siren but there was not enough steam to blow it Ah said the delighted kaiser fYou cannot close your bulkheads Evansi then touched a general alarm button land in an instant men caine swarming up from every part of the ship while Emperor William held his watch Jn one minute and a half all doors vfere closed and the ship Was ready for action Fine said the emperor with q look of chagrin Fine And then to celebrate the feat wine and cigars were brought into the admirals quar LOOK1NQ OUT HE THE KAISER BAY ters The kaiser the winel and the admiral so much that he stiyed until 2 oclock in the morning hen Eva s thought he hadseen the la t of him But atG oclock the same i4oru lug an orderly knocked at his door and touching his cap respectfully 1yousrrJust passing the ship in his yaehtjand the emperor Is steering What demanded Evans entirely forgetting J1ls dignity as an admiral for the moment Then looking out of an air port he saw the kaiser irf his white flannels steering the Meteor as if hei had never taken a drink in his llfev Well Ill be hanged said Fighting Bob as he rolled back into his bunk But he could not help thinking Where has the kaiser spent the time between 2 and 6 OlodkSan Fran cisco Cal The Orators Rebuke Senator Beverfdge at a dinner in Washington last month told a story about a statesman of the past Like many It statesman of the past said Senator Beveridge he drank too much And one Fourth of July morn lug on a platform hung with flags and flowers before the courthouse ota western county town facing an audi- enceof farmers and their families that had come from miles around the states man arose to deliver the Independence day- oration in a slightly intoxicated state He was not incapable of ani oration but his unsteady gait his flushpd face and disordered attire spoke ill of him dud the audience hissed and booed up his hand They were n he laughed corY fully H1held gentlemen when a stat sm my prbminence consents to appear in sueh a little one horse town as th s he must be either drunk or crazy I prefer to be considered an Inebriate v A Change For the Better Miss Ln l n B Hill the advertising expert said at n clothiers banquet In Grand Rapids I am glad you clothiers now adver tise now print pictures of mens and boys fashions Thus you smarten up the country and you help to abolish the cutting down of the fathers clothes for the son You have educated our HttTeTboyj to dress and few of them could bear to wear their fathers garments made over by their mothers awkward hands as iii days of yore lt Was not always so I remember how in the Distant past my little broth er Pushed whimpering into my room one night 0h dear he whined pasj had his ifeaird shaved off and now I guess Ive got to wear the old red thing H Too Much For tie Old Man With Eddie Foy said the rage dian I made the oth r Sunday an ex cursion into the country The country fresh and green was beautiful in the Jun sunshine An old man and his da ghter a girl of eighteen had a little ooth where you threw baseballs at dolls getting a dl garfbr every hit Fo7 throws phenomenally well and he had soon won thirl y cigars These he presented with a courtly bow to the young girl Thanks said she = smiling prettily theyll dolor lather Last Sunday Foy and I made the same excursion again The booth stood In the same spot but now the girl was running It alone Ah said Foy theyve done for father i Il GREAT LINE OF FREE ATTRACTIONS In line with Its policy to put oh only beIsecured the Kentucky State Fair man agement has closed a contract with Frank P Spellman of Cleveland 0 for what is believed to be the best line of free attractions ever seen at a will1teach day including Spellmans Per forming Bears and ten other free at midillA Japanese troupe of gymnasts and anythinghas been engaged especially for the exchtAsively in Kentucky at that time In thefellknown severalfeaturesl IThe thriller of free attractions however wilPbe the troupe of trapeze per womenAnd airAndhers Accidents do not occur in this act but despite their perfection a net fe spread for a possibl emergency so hat even if an accident should occur no fatality would resulL dlhe shows already engaged for the are Fererias Trained Wild VlIdiVestthe Dark Town Fire Brigade Heaven and Hell Mechanical Device Johns own Flood Balace of Illusions Elec whichElll EXHIBITS AND CLASSIFICATIONS At the Kentucky State Fair Entries of exhibits in all Livestock muleslandSept 7th at 6 p mand in all other SeptKOthJacks will positively close at 12 oclock lithe daybefpre the exhibition this year there will be a printed program of the horse show giving the name of the owner the name and color of the entryIdrivingIessential that the entry giving tHis in formation be filed with the Secretary y noon of the day preceding the ex hibition Exhibits must be placed by 9 oclock Monday morning Sept 7th and ex libitors in all departments have beel 40 notified I There are 1328 different rings In which liberal prizes are offered while there is a total of over 300 different ota The horse classification Is sub divided Into classes suitable for light harness fivegaited saddlers three alted saddlers roadsters combined planiationpers Shetland ponies and fine horses welllakenIIn the Beef Cattle Department the Shortland Red Polls In the dairy cattle department Jerseys HoleteinFriesians Guernsey and JAyreshires are recognized The Swine epartment includes Berkshires Po landChinas DurockfJerseys Chester whites Tamworths Hampshlros and TjYorkshires In the Sheep Department Ithe following breeds are recognized outlidownsJAnierican hires Dorsets Rambpulllets and Lin Goatsfrhejery known standard variety and the DepartPtjy increased over last years list The Melbnsco contain classes for almost every product grown on the farm In Hor ticulture there are hundreds of prizes pearsyapesof the most attractive exhibits at a fair will be larger and better than ever before In no department IB there a more interesting colle Uon of premiums than in that set aside for womans work childrens work and jtable luxuries Perfect Carriage Horse at the State Fair bhe order to develop a perfect car horse the United States Govern appointed a Commission to in frestigate the desired points that should be possessed In order to stim julate the breeding of this class of animals the Kentucky State Fair otters ja 75 trophy and a 50 cup for the LeSt mare and stallion according to the government classification The points desired by the carriage horse are given In detail In the State Fair catalogue A State Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth of Kentucky It is a trophy of great sentimental and advertising value aside from the cash premium which accompanies it For catalogue entry blanks or other Information write J W Newman Sec retary 320 PaulJones Building Louis yUle Ky I JI The Buyers r IGuide are repre 1sented in our advertising columns of the confidence of every in the community who has Iperson to spend The fact that they enterprisJIcredit to our town and deserving of eupport Our advertising columns comprise a Buyers Guide to fair pricesLtIT Dont Use Scarecrow J I prices lower customer is uptodate 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Rev Grai ville W Lyon or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky ME SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO H TRANSFER MONEY 1 IS BY f LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1 FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAP CCINCORPORATED I jr l I t r I l W or 1L t THE SPRINGFIELD i SUN WESNESDAY AUGUST 19i 1908 tJII If 1 i +t14 + iATfamps Bfreath + J +iJt s + + + JCopyrIt 1908 V T C McCI1rel One summers day when Farmer Blngbam was washing his nands lit t1boondaythe highway and asked fer a iHto too I wouldwprkfortlon of the cornfield and a shako o2 the bead he replied Tin just out of the tjospital with three broken ribs and am not strong enough but Ill dO3 beap better than to handle a hoe I turned in berebe cause I dreamed of this place last night while I was sleepin in a barn five miles away yes iljs the same placehouse barn orchard blue pump in the well and everything glse Itsl just afr if my dream had been photographed r AVhat sort of a dream 1 asked the farmer but witbput much curiosity VI thought 1 stood right therp under that pear tree and saw you come up ivbochardly stagger under it You threw It down just where that old hen is scratchin and got the ax and broke 4It open Gee whiz i I And what j Well thet20 gold pIeces rent fly InalI around here like snowtakes in winter It was the beautjifulest sight my eyes ever beheld gret big yaller coins and hpjv they did chink togeth- erj It was their chinking that wokoi me up 1t4But ttferes nothing in the farmer although he wris beginnthc to turn pale around the Mebbe not mebbe not but 1 never bad one yet that didnt coiiie true Arc you willin to Jet me scanty your barn r and gimme halt what 1 fin1r j You itdown here and111 bring you out some dinner aid then well talk further about it r T Farmer Bingham was nb fool ReI was a man of twentyvennd tvassharpness but the dream hit hirn lie bad scarcely related it to his wifOj when she exclaimed j bIggesthim dry and get ridof bimr After the tramp had entcai his fill he i offered to help them abottt the box L They ipade excuses I Ladies and gentlemen he said tI understand I perfectly understand You dont want me around when thej box Is found and opened You dont want me to hear the chink chinI QfI them yaller boys You think Id claim mopjonnselves The tramp was watched outorsight and then the coupler wen t to the barn pntinMrs Binghams mother arrived The idea was not to give her theslightest hint about the treasure but in the course of half an hour she had picked the information fromhet daughter Then she said Amelia you want tose that yeIi Yget your rights In this thing Half that money belongs to you and you want to stand utf for Itb But George will do bats right about it of course Theres no of course about it The minute be gets tbat box in hs handsbis greed will be arouseuV He jvont want Ito give you enough to buy an apron out ifit9 f That old barn was almost itbrned bot tom side up but no box Has found The farmers brother care around test morning on nn errandi land when be found George out from un der the hogpen he wanted aij explana1 tlon and bad to have It Asjspori as be ptit he saId You look out for Amelia If ever I saw avarice In a womans dpes Its in hers Shell want at least Waif of the money to buy gimcracks with Before noon the wifes fatlltr rind two Brothers and sisters were on after them came the husbands and other brother There sere futherI gliug nnd Quarreling rrom1the When the dirt floor of s ehouse was spaded up and the spide tn old tomato can there were struckI and stioyin and swearing j farmer prepared to drain dCf the wa ters of the goose pond and jrefusdto jledge himself to an cqua division tberewasa fight out of w hlqh grew bloody noses and black + yes Of course the affair attracted atten tion of the 4neighbors and hey c rae tg1byhings The barn was pu d almojt to pieces the ground dug phi 11yI different places and an old wjell on the premises cleaned out The bouse an- cellar were searched strLi stacks tIpped over and there was fever in the veins of the searchers Ijhe farmer t jind his wife bad reached lithe point where they no longer spoke to each iotber their kin were quajrreling at every possible excuse and tIe county sheriff had about concluded jto take a band in it when the old tramp who had dreamed was seen turning Into tha gate again A rush was mud for hlni and as soon asH could get jnis bread he explained jf TheyeaH me Truthful WiJlle beI cause I ne er told a He In lifo When I make a mistake t tr1to rectify It as soon as possible II tlhd that madeSjne here Come to th ink things Qver itwas not here thai I saw tie wan with the box of gold It was on the next farm and his name Is Jones He spells it with a big J a id It was a barrel instead of a box of gj ld pieces t Ladies and gentlemen And then lie jvas flying for his life M QUAD i PAINS BIG MIMIC CITY Pains Big Pompeiarr Spectacle Each Night at the State Fair No scenic representation could be more realistic than the magnificent jvlbw which is spread out before the spectator in Pains elaborate produc on Last Days of Pompeii The cenic city spreads out over an area four acres of ground and so perfect Is the work of the painter in the perspective thatone seems to be looking thattReal massive buildings twenty to fifty feethigh loom up in the foreground representing the palaces temples etc rpf the picturesque ancient city while hUge triumphal arches adorn its Streets Towering above all these is 11tred scenic mechanics ate necessary to place this scenic city in position each hday in spite of every time and labor saving device that can be provided Pompeii is to be destroyed again Npt the ancient city that nestled among the Italian hills at the foot of tt Vesuvius but the big scenic city rains vast spectaclE of Last Days or Pompeii that will be seen at the Kentucky State Fair This mimic city represents wjth ideal accuracy the fated city that perished ithe First century of the Chr shan Wa The scenery used ip this production covers an area of fully four acres of ground but so deceptive is the perspective Pat it appears to spread out over many times that space The view is adtobe marvelously correct and his torically acfcurate being like what the arCheologists now fenppose the ancient Ity was at the tiino it was destroyed The whole effect under the glare of h 4f a hundred arc rghts and calciums is jmost beautiful As one sits in the y at amphitheatre and gazes on the scene before him lie sees the tall Ve s rips with its head raised against temIresent these latter many real struc ies twenty to forty feet in heigh- tI hlendpd in with the picttirthI the Background The scene opens wi tpa fete day in the Ancient cityand for ypward of an hour the audience is productionjme exciting chariot races sensa pretIprocessions choruses mu jSic etc The tragic dramatic episodes jOf ihe spectacle are shown in panto mime The fetes are interrupted by the terrific eruption 1of Vesuvius and the destruction of the city by the eari qnake which is a scene thrilling beyond description and brings into ac tion all tlioki1l and ingeniousness of PailS artists Following these stir ring scenes there is presented a beau titifut exhibition 6f fireworks and those who have seen these pyrotechnics of the famous Pain have never realized the full meaning of the word before iai1roads will make special rates from nearly all surrounding towns oil thedate of this exhibition The most magnificent display of py rotechnics even witnessed in this section of the state is promised In cop nectfion with Pains big spectacle Ths display i5iin fact the crowning feat ure of tlxti marvelous exhibition a as JPiin has long enjoyed the reputa tiori of king of pyrotechnists in both England and America it is more than likely we shall behold something un usually fine in pyrotechnic novelties- on this occasion Among the most elaborate set pieces shown will be a niammoth revolving fountain of fire AU dins Jeweled Palms and the beau tifui Pyramids These are only a few of the larger special pieces that will be shown For the edification of the little tolks there will be be a large number df comic fireworks devices such as the DevilAmongtheTailors the huge walking elephant the flying fiyI1TOBACCO bigger feature Fair this year theIRed ette wrapper and Bright Trash The dark types are black wrapper long or African leaf French leaf Italian leaf Green River leaf and stemming leaf Hon M C Rankin offers 75Jn spe dalK for the best display of 1907 bur ley ertp for the best display iof 1908 1908Ifoir samples can be entered out of a single crop but if the exhibitor has more than one crop raised on his farm he is entitled to four samples out of each crop A spoclal burley tobacco cl ssj is being considered In which the entries of dealers growers or associa tionsrwill be accepted RAILROAD RATES TO STATE FAIR Railroad rate of one fare plus 25 tenth for round trip from all points in Kentucky has been secured by the Transportation Committee for the State Fair It is estimated that a quarter of a million people wni take advantage of this rate There will be more than 3000 awards of premiums at the Kentucky State Fair this year an average a- more than 500 awards daily For catalogue entry blanks or other Information write J W Newman Sec ret ry 320 Faul Jones Building Louii YllleKy Women Inclined To Constipation Great Care Should Be Taken JNotj to Use1 Violent Cathartics functionspation and many of them owe their con t w tellcomplexIondIsordered female weakness to constipation and the toiercoineIo nfremedy that is pleasant to take and that the first few doses will certainly produce natural daily movements without pain or gripe and in a short time establish a per hasIyet so and safe thousands of moth JennIeIsurIindigestion and Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep MItoplcMrsdaughter was troubled since birth with constipation and sick headache Dr rsIsays It is the best remedy for consti pation and stomach trouble I have ever AddInJtonifrom constipation and torpid liver MrsI Isabella Wheeler Freetown Ind says Twentythree years ago j was taken with stomach trouble Three years ago I had become so weak I could hardly walk I took Dr Caldwells Syrup DruggistsIIWo are glad to send a free sample to who has not used it and will give it a fair trial Address Pepsin Syrup Co 308 Caldwell Bldg Monticello Ills For sale by The Red Cross Drug Stora Pain f Weakens f Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any nature weaken the sys tern they are a strain upon the nerves Almost instant relief cam bohtained by tajung Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any bad aftereffects Take one on first indica lion of an attack it will ward it off They are a pleasant little tabletold by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents never sold in built headaot theworJtadviceofIJiwnthatsystem of those continuous headaches strainTheyclaimed for them RUSSELLAgt Ia AntiPainPillsthemTheyme MRS MJ HAMILTON IUsYourtoreturnIf It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co1 Elk art md Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 far as reported Officers of jf airs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates Shepherdsville August 184 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Carroll Gallatm Owen Tri ounty Fair Sanders August 1974 days Vanceburg August 194 days Ewing AugusC20 3 days London August 254 days Elizabethtown August 253 days Burlington August 264 days Germantown August 264 days Morgantown August 273 days Somerset September Z4 days Hardinsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Bardstown September 24 days Monticello September 84 days aysGlasgowKentucky State Fair Louisville September 146 days P SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Case Brady Rt 3 have for sale ten good Southdown bucks from 1 to 4 years old Also 10 thoroughbred buck lambs Stiles Thompson Springfield have for sale a lot of stock ewes W P Montgomery Rt 1 has for sale 150 bushels of good seed rye G T Kimberlin Texas has for sale 25 good feeding hogs J F Smith Rt 2 has for sale aocjut 40 bushels of choice seed wheat i C L Grundy Rt 1 has for sale ten good stock ewes C H Montgomery Rt 1 has for sale one hundred bushels of seed rye J A Tucker tl has for salea lot of oak and ash timber Soft Drinks What the Doctors Say We the practicing physicians of lizabethtown take pleasure in recom u bfacturedWorks of this city to be pure and bythemeal analysis to be as pure and as good andIcleaning their bottles their drinks can ot be filthy or impure We find they se no chemical sweetener or harmful ingredients of kind in their drinks but use nothing but pure fruit flavors and granulated sugars These drinks can be freely used withoiit interfering with physicians prescriptions or any medicine and in some cases we recom mend the qse of them in connection quitehelpfulto GrayMEnglish M D H Ford M D S D Tabb M D R A Miller M D J E DeSpainD 0 F P Strickler M D Chairman Board of Health If unable to get Durhams of placeDontWe Wholesale and Retail ja 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Close to- hurch and school Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres in Nelson county good barns good dwelling all the farm in grass Price 60 per acre SpringfialddweHimrand barn Close to church and school On good pike Price 15 per acre No i0i08 acres 7 miles from o plentyflarge dwelling well watered fine orchard Close to depot and on good pike Price 35 per acre No 16 196 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 1194 acres 10 miles from Springfield good six room dwelling on good 3J miles from a depot 1 mile frbm school and church good stock barn 60 acres of fine bottom land 600 rolls of stone fence Price 32 per acre No 2 215 acres 9 miles from goodtenantstables 75 acres of fine timber fine orchard plenty of grass Price 32 50 per acre No 25 121 acres 6 miles from Springfi Id good dwelling on a good pike yo ing orchard good barn and fine water Price 15 per acre No 2c 139f acres 9 miles from goodtobaccobacco 1 mile from Maud some timber all the farm fine tobacco land well fenced Price 35 per acre No 25 248 acres 8 room dwelling good cellar good well In yard fine cistern zt barn fine stock barn all the tarm in grass well watered Less than 3 milesifrom graded school Price40 No 38180 acres 6 miles from Springfield on a good pike most of farm in grass good six room dwelling good sto k barn well f nced plenty of stock water good well in yard Price per acr- e412Q 135 acres 7 miles from Springfield 8 miles from Lebanon new 9 room dwelling good cellar and cistern at house neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring good orchard plenty ot smali fruit 10 acre tobacco barn stooly barn all out buildings plenty of tobacco land plenty of grass Price 45 per are No 45140 acres 1 mile from school house 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 4698k acres 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 47Town property of all kinds and prices If you want a town home call and see me I haye anything you want at any price No 5200 acres 4 miles from Springfield on a good piker good 9 room dwelling one 12 tobacco barn plenty of grass farm situated in one of the best neighborhoods in the county all lime stone land and fine to bacco land Price 75 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre to bacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine orchard of 100 trees Close to school church and depot Price 30 per acre No 62150 acres 8 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco barn good stock barn some timber allin grass well watered plenty of fruit mile rom church i mile from school Price 45 pr acre BaD LAKE SPRINGFIELD No 63180 acres 5 room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber plenty1ofPrice 50 per acre fromSpringfieldfence 5 room dwelling 8acre tobacco barn with metal roof flew good gran ary some bottom land plenty of grass and water Price 4250 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from dwellinbarn good stock barn buggy shed and all out buildings 20 acresof fine Jot landPriceNo 68180 acres 8 room brick dwell Kmg in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tObaccoland Price 50 per acre No 70144k acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bob uplandforacre No 73180 acres 4 room dwelling in good repair small stock watered plenty f grass good fence plenty of tobacco land on good pike 6 miles from Springfield 7 miles from Lebanon Price 33 per acre No 74125 acres 4 miles from Springfield on good pike 1 mile from school and close to church good 6 rdom dwelling fine stock barnsplenty of water plenty ot posts fine orchard good fence Price 25 per acre i acres 1 mile from Springfield on pike 15 acre tobacco barn good stock barn small house plenty of grass and water Price 15000 t No 81160 acres 5 miles from Leb anon 5 miles from Springfield on good pike 9 room dwelling in good repair good tenant house 3 stock barns plenty of grass all necessary ouj build goodfenceNo 7 miles from 1 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 and plenty of water Price 2OQQ No 8690 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good road 6 room dwell tQbaccobarngood wells good spring plenty of posts Price 35 per acre No 90270 acres 9 room brick dwell ing in good repair all of farm well fenced 2 good tobacco barns 80 acies of first bottom rest second bottom one of the best tobacco forms in the coun farnirdyforchurch Price 50 per acre No 92 130 acres 6 miles from Springfield on good pike J mile from 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 farm under good fence Price 70 per acre t No 94 House and lot in renwick cheap A No96136 acres 7mjles from Springfield on good pike 6 rOQm dwell ing 8 acre tobacco biirh good stock barn all the if arm under gqqdfence good tobacco land weIIvatredplenty of grass Price 35 per acre No 9S165 acres i miles fronrLo retto 1 mile from pike I niles from Springfield Ky 7 room dwelling in good repair good barnand all necessary outbuildings plenty of tobacco I land plenty of water plenty of grass all under good fence 25 per acre N o 9946 acres 7 miles from Springj field on good pike good small house good water fine Orchard some tobacco land Close to church and school Price 150000 f ulHE REAL ESTATE r Do You Want a SMALL FARM Than You Can Build a No roI60 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike good 5 room dwelling good stock barn good orchard all under good fence One fourth mile from school and one mile from church Price 1800 No 102 49 acres 3 miles rom onehalf mile from pike 6 room dwelling small stock barn plenty of locusts good fence all in grass plenty of water Prite1 300 Ea D LAKE No75277i 83167iacres KENTUCKY NmI IlZ3tZIIXIiZtGtZiZt LOOK ATr THESE Cheaper House Springfield The Real Estate Man SPRINGFIELD KY 11 The Sun and CourierJournal 160 Thej Sun and CourierJpurnai 150 t J