You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 22, 1912. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1912 new1912022201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, February 22, 1912. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i GSTABLlSftED I IN1883 i t 1 t r t tf1 Itlr i Ii W4itMEWSEinEs4VOL XIX lO I 8SPINGFIEID KENTUCKY FEBRUAR212TT T t Lf J t Jn t ftCDNOIYIEN DIE WATCHDOG iOTREASOBY There Stands t Man The fpllowing tribute to the v faithfuhiess of Congressman Be Johnson was written by Mr jr j IXellyd 1D1agujleyriteJ of note and hi been printed in many of th leading iru dailies of the country t tIlV remember the noble fight which tbeJittletoWDIOf past two weeks in an almost vain effort to throttle graft and lessen in some small degree at least the flts of the publicmonoy Th write r never knew ChaIrman Johnsoi n until he saw him in the pity grappling single handed add athogs Though alone and against Ithmerciless odds he realized his cause to be right and hitpurpoewtruer nor did he fail give battle r9yalkyt fighthethe warwhoops howls and veils that went up from all around and about him Those long accus publicbreastt be weaned and raised a wild and hideous waiL Others who for thyearsrobbed the public treasury of the I a2insttoverardent politics anarchist teetcdMembers of Johnsons worth3 committee poor wentesaro 41whooped into sweiring they will sjgn hnlcss he relents and per nrit unhindered the annual out poorof the peoples millions with wt word or question as to who eC1plentswHe is reminded of the fact that Bardstown his homev is but a lit the village in the road requiring lffilya ew hundred dollars an1 ally while the nations capita- must have her tens of millionstT ut Johnson retorts thnt cities are fnatdstownAnd princely as the dwellers in I iI i any capital on earth 4Some extracts from Mr John sons speech are worthy of note 1 quote the following The printedreport of the school board for this city Wash ington brings the delightful in formation that the peoples money is spent to teach the young men 1ndbitefrom Ia trip the light fantastic itoe in the District of Columbia the pupils have cooling schools The tea hers give the public money to little children sendJ them to market and have them WhenthejhRye hey take or have sent what they have bought to the school Then it served in a five course festi ble I recently saw one of these J m cards It hj d ice cream on it asked the principal of the g school lie was a colored man iCcrPAmJbpught it Already frozen but he teqcnlcjingdren and their invite1 np tts learn how to cat it Tint that i 4 of littlb interest vpur consti tnents or mfnel All they lIA to do kwork hard 10 hours of the IDI 24 to get the money to pay For it all i a c thcgives instructions hoT jto trim the hats When a rirl has trim med one to suit her nnw flross iti is trimmed it cannot b trimmed any more useless to the gov eminent so the girl is permitted just to run along home with it If she wants to trim another she UnciIe cam and the girl i told just to run along home with it and give t it to one 10f the t UA number of ployed to do famnvjj nearly 0000 l I Washington these children II jinjf in jipe from liG rangI some of them nnnaturalized eigners But the neople back i 1 Kentucky ond Tennessee ha Itrr iothinp to do with this out pay oh balf e billy The ashes ore hauled away free from every mans hack varili taxpayerMoJ do rjih that oil i 14tox rentitjoolJXtoljd j JbCll contributes toward the puri 4Qfthe booksschool for th v fcilclreir of the millionaire in Wall1nlrtoo l- 4Av great howl goes up in Wnsh t MJtBfi against the committea whicii oulcj not this year build j fcwrf new school houses at a costnf cp TTh1L th i NBI Lr4IE r 1J i i i t rrlll WftslilNBDfTCOUNTY J + is I to to it is is to jcvwjw A w incompewirc nt their eyes because I stand between PJraidscause I object to giving away th UnitoStteag9veriunentgfor tAe street car companies I 81 wrong Bcause Ii object to see iincoopn of men layinIstreet followed ina short time themupjrwifh the homeless renter should I e permitted to pay as smalls a rate of taxation as Ms landlord then I am an anarchist etc ete AIr Johnson likened the DJu yhubbyhave aeen that boy 1 met 11ecdote the highway not long ago Isaw him I met a woman gJeathasteseemed jn no great danger bul- edon At a curve in the road Imet a great big fat chubby boy of 16 or 17 with curls hanging ro down prspirAtiosdowhis nd said Mister did you meet womah up the road ahead of aei Well I want to catch her ill you let me have your horse nd buggy I said I do not now bOut that First tell me w whyH1Vellmammy and she is trying to wean me and I swear I do not intend to let her do it f Mr Editor these things are written in the hope that attention may bet drawn to the worthy ough seemingly hopeless effort which Ben Johnson has been making in the house to bring about aIbusinesslikeecoJlamical adminis tration of public affairs Iho p i oigreats strugglingmasses of the people off other states know nothing ofwhat is being done either jin thp na f legislaturescome an awakening and with it r leeforna lrchyAmerican people Wqulft that every Kentuckian J tBenat least relfthe tofwltich the above quotations art taken He would hE wiser in deed somewhat astounded per haps and yet inspircdwith bUch appreciation of the uIJardstovn gladlyrisel 1t say to 11rorId r There stands 4 man Which CluaAre You In Adveirtiae for a 4aweek boy or girl ra kiog no specification nd vou appicatiol1sAdvertise for a 20 a week stenograper or bookkeeper who writes good business nand and will have but few if any ap plications Why 1 Because 011I good stenographers and book keepers who write a good band I have good positions To succeed in any line of work one must be trained You can hetdLLEGEor BY MAIL V For price on lessons by mail address JNO F DRAUGHON President Nashville Term Fpri ataIe giving rates of tuitioni AT COLLEGE addres Draugh ons Practical Business College Nashville Tenn Padncah Ky Eva1swilIe Ind or Washington C Th Bullitt County Fair Toe iBul1ltt County Fair As sociation will hold its 18th an nual Bullitt County Fair August 20 2V 2i1and 23 1912 with Richard Natnen President Dr R F Ridgway vicepresident Mr L Roby secretary and J F Combs treasurer Stimulant or Tonic rAyers Sarsaparilla is not a stimulant It does not make you feel better one day then as tad as ever the next tholriMa is a tonic You have the stedy even gain that comes AskJiTru5t him fully and always doas esays He knows TheJMuTheylor eTcr hidoubte your itdet s W TWEEN THE LINES TheierNowHarvey Epistles daMrDearam convinced that I am opera iting a single track road and there is only room for one trainJLand for that reason I had to give you the hook I am very sorry t gihatsiding so rudely and that it gave jaoulong time fterlt suddenly dawoed upon me that you had built my road ftrack and all and ltbat I bad forgotten to thank J you for it before 1 sold you out lam much obliged You know that But in the words of those whom I attack business is bus ioess and friendship bad to go by the board when I decided tcLC be the only through tram The name pf my train is the D qM nd L that is the Democratic Convention for Me and L Forgive the blunt man ers of a annA yosidSINGLE ofaMy Long Lost Friend I ad mire you for having the courage to address a letter to me Let us hope that in writing to me you have not injured your chances But remember if you fool with the pot youll get smut n you I am sorry for your 5 ake that I ever built the road for you but as you aptly put it business is business and now aqn the road is a working proposi tion I dont blame you in the ast for wishing t work it soleD ly for yourself and I am sorry Ii was in the way Naturally I was a little hurt by the way you me to the mat right before b he chief engineer but since heE has fired himself you probably vdid right from your point of view iin making me appear toeat dirt Off course it struck at my self rfoesbgcttbauks have made all well again You are kindness and considera ti Monsence You were a brave man to risk wrjting to me Very IttrnlGE of My Dear Colonel In spite of your lletter I am still uneasy lest I was a trifle tactless in kicking yon down stairs at the Knicker bocker Club I am so stupid that 1 really never thought it would hurt you I have been very anxious to get to you bntI was afraid some one might see me calling on you which might by ave derailed my train You know at that banquet iu Wash ington you wee just across the room but from sheer lack otCj gumption I dared not appear c anordialdone more than any one else to H make me see myself as L might have been Yours without the goods DC MI aNews Moves To Chicago Lum Abeli who tor several jb years has been connected with the Abell Cigar Co in the capa city of manager the latter part of th week left for Chicago aDdt there expects to make his home in the future Ills home place on the Bradlordsville pike a shortitJtaneefrom town he hopes to dispose of througha local real estate agencY Mr Ab lls wife and children have been visiting in Chicago orsevt eral weeks past and only recentm ly Mrs Abell was offered posit tion as organist at one of the large churches in thst city atasalary of 1100 per annum Mr Abell at the time of his depar ture was undecided asto wnat j busiuess he would engage in I ItChicago Lebanon Enterprise Ie J1phr l to the great VeIdrines was rejected for military servo ice oa account of physical sbortcom Ings and a specjal arrangement has had to be made by which his services as an aviator might bo utilized dur ing the French maneuvers LEBANON LOCALS The Falcon IFrom of colpr a its oz at Bucklers resort on R road street was arrested by 1 pnty U S Marshal Ryans a d jCWef J A TbcinnsOn llast Fil y and waV tried before UJ Commissioner C CFolSrick w e sa nemecharge flr was held t01IMarch term of the Federal co at Louisville Ashe faIledI ve the required bond of to he tuwasil toawtt trial reCountyj and his deputy MrJJ HerndL nto G oodin issnad1 during the ylir 1911 one hubred and thl Y m airlage license This waS 2 short of the number issued ljie previous year jIMiss Lucy Ella Bartley add Mr William JLamkin were mil d jn marriage kt the Gathq ic Church aV Chicago Tuesd J Rev Father N Wefher olficiij t ji fMrfI l is a popular and attract e uug lady The groom isar 8 ent of Nelson ounlYI toMisiil Y j Mr W H Cooley ofBrid fo rdsville and Mr Sara Ore a of the un thitedville yesterday The bricjei is seventeen years of aage amJi j aor groom eighteenwMrs Priscilla OBryan abc ut 1 years of age died attnetbII deuce of her son Mr Len Mqf dtyesterday following a lIdDgiiill ss of infirmities following j ld age Deceased was a good cb is tian woman and will be gre ly issed She was twice marri id Her first husband who die a good many years ago was Kr Charles Mndq Her second tus anda1tP deceased was Mr d OBryan The funeral seisri i ces and interment were at St Gbarles Mr C C Boldrictr as ag nt r Mr H L Browne on Salr day last sold at public outcry fae livery outfit of1 Mr Brown nthain Street inV LebanOnseopposite the Vaughn Hotel or 2000 The livery outfit was bid esocitvBpringheld who hold a mort j gale on ittFive Minutes i SOURNESS GAS IEA1tTBUthAND STOMACH DISTRESSj WILL DISAPPEAR Distress after eating sourness jas and heartburn can be quickly reIiad taking one or two MIONA ito c1thtablets They are guaranteed to banish my case of indigestion acute or ch onic stomach ailment no matter what i t is vMIONAd easly swallowed Theyare s by thaydonwhere for 50 cents a box The are put up in a neat metal box that c i be F conveniently carried in the vest pc p cot They are especially recommend folanervousness sleeplessness bad zziness and biliousness anS 1 A Word To Farmer- Itisadeplorablefact a thai the majority of farm poultry tti lid ing arene ecte dIA not uncommon practice on many farms is to clean the p ullry house on y once or twje a year and the result is thattiany j houses are to day in a filthy dn dition to much so thatthev1 eed renovation The atpnceqhi 1i 1roppingacause infectious diseases and droppings from one SiCK owlIil ayoe the means ofinfeiting he entire flock The poultry production Iis unIt cbleincreasind demand Now fitbeJ time to remodel your pbi jtry buildings and take renew in 1erestra Home Journal JI COCkJIStone KIlts Prize Vashlnffton Champion ai rlseI winning Golden Wyandotte cojc reJj la dead from eating a dlaawsd Aj brilliant atone In a ring on Itj own ers hand attracting attention If peck ed off the stone aniL wallowed It bad fore Hunt could ana hhl btofaway An operation ant ftlf e cbloroform caused the birds de itbit lt ASUICIllIRen fml He lIs According Tc A Court Decision o a8SiQri 1rti will take a Japr a numbjerot years IlnCtI when asked to pay will say I ver subscribedIam notaIw subscriber1 A court his recently DrRnd dcisiorLl Massachusetts on that very lID pbrtVptt question what consti ths a Bubscriber ybe jjudge I fir mly believes tfiat a manwho ceyed the pap r although1 h- ver sibscrIbed for it Is entitledI piLy James Thompson who lcsss subscriber moved Jiw yand Wflilam Robitisbn toOkinimedi aiS pdssBssionj l and receivesi jiucl accented weekly newspapers that tobrmeveryWeThe good editor sent accounts fjjequen y but no attention was paldtothSmbvMri Robtdsou I Finally there daywas a p I reckoning Robinson had gnivedce informed the collector buttsaid h e never subscribed and declined rhpaysonally questioned the defendant who said that be had read and made use ofiiitatidwas receiving deequeptly enclosed in the paper Judgment wasrendered in fav of the newspaper The judgf as severe iri his Criticism ofr people who are receiving paperLand do not think it worth wbilH to pay forwbat they receive ancO make use of It ssi1 act of dig honesty he said One should acquaint the publisher and pay for what numbers he receives Des MolDeJ n gister and Leader ANOTUERCUANCE t For YOU To Hlp in Gotd tRoads Movement Bad roadsYare costing the far mers of Kentucky more today an any other leak m the rpnrIa It is not only so in dollars and cents but is doing future Kentucky more harm than any I her thing having existence in ur midst today The present B condition of roads in most sec ons is hindering education moretith an lack of teachers schoolsI d funds It is hindering social interc urse and driving niariv oftthe best of our young people to e cities and out of the State They are the very ons we need because they have spirit and am bition In fact are the cream ofE our communities 1C there has been one question asked roore an another in the lagt two decades it is How to keep out boys and girls on the farm0 Good roads will do more to sol ng this problem than any other one thing or perhaps all else at can be done combined I This is your opportunity Mr oarmerbeing discussed before the IegisE thtureatatesentative at once and urge himf moEnders Home JournalF I Banquetf Out of the appreciotian of tbe labor and sacrifices of the cboir during the past year especially in the preparation of the Christ mas music the Fathers of tIRose gay e the members a ban uetOn the evening of the 17th nstSCherry BUll the beautiful t and spacious home of Mrs Ter esa C Mudd was thrown open in welcometo the guests The trials and tribulations and die t ords of the year faded forever from memory and exclamations off delight were heard from each happy member when they were ushered into the banquet hall Tbe tables ablaze with d lighter candles cut glass vand and the softening hue of pink and white flowers would have delighted the eves of the moa artistic and the deliciousness of the fourcourse feast so ele gantly served was evidence that idnoI prepared it I J n ti a J4iti J iaifty an evening bi perfecI h annructanUytore lenJOYien away gratefui ioheII who so generously 1eI membereo hem to Mrs Jdudd w ho so kindly lenThdththq uo of bet beautiful home and io Migs Fiora Wnddc who enter t ined asonyt snaknowsliu A n evenhigtot such 51gh i ell wotb liar 1ier s3crJfices than Thai ofb8 choir l iesit during the year 1tandn m or f will cheer and enthuse the happy participants for all 1Ilt I f f Glorious Hair ff i 4 F IORIT Any woman wf1J ueglecti herhatr cahnptexpectt6 have as lovely hnns th e orc whodoesnt Wash the hair on efa week ui It t b haiL1brus4give jto your hair a beautiful lustre thii 7 seuParisian Sage is a most reliable hair tonic so reliable thatHaydon a Willett rantees it to eradicate dandruff op falling hair arid itching scalp or th otieybackRr a dressing by embCrso the family becauseit keeps r e scalp clean prevents thQ1 bairfrom turnuig gray and baldness Jargelbpt I tles5Q cents You willhave no use forll oreiriary preparations aft ronce giving lightful Parisian Sage a trial r r vrci4 Heroes f4 et those who would sing of the glory Of carnage qnd pillage and hate jl f battlefields corpsestrewn and gory Of war honors bloodbought and great But if I may sing let my singing Be such that the public is stirredi To honor the man working best as he can As one of the common herd i jlfl Let those who would sing loud the c praisesSpf f rumand pulpit and pen Ofmen who attract the crowds gazes And play on the passions of men Butiif I may sing then Jm voicing My praise of him who all the while Is plugging away just the best that he may AflOne of the rank and file t those who would frame verse and incantoin honor of genius for gain freely cohfessTaont waIttOrfThough fortune andfame might atS tain rutifMConcernWho grimyot acel is Just filling his places As one of the common throng i pitsustofOf empires so oftenbloo ought Of heroes whove woO fame atra glory Because of the woes they have j wrought jButMy stories and songs of the man Who never does shirk boweer humble the work But does just the best that he can The Commoner t Sylvester Rapier Assigned Tie tiling of a personal de f assignment here by Sylvester Rapier for many years head o e Sylvester Rapier SCo Bant- a New Haven developed the fact that a coterie of Louisvilh en is now incontroIoftiieNew laveu financial l institution M- rapiers assignment was to- idelityTrust thp Company of asset and liabijities it is said that the ormer will be between 20000 antI 25000 while the latter wl mount to something like S40nOOI It was stilted by the attorney that the banking nstltution is in nowise affected by the assign mehU Mr Rapier was interested n D1ercaut1E and other nlerpriseh outside the bank and he is said o bave lost money on fcome c f these The bank had a capital oJ 30000 60 per cent of which wat held by Mr Rapier Il tisald thotpra tlcally all of this stock was hypothecated with Louis vi Ue banking institutions to cover lloans AftEr the newjlnterests took control the bank s stockholders agreed to be assessed 60i per cent on each share This money was added to the surplus fund of 5000j making a total surplus of now of about 17000 thereby it is stated placing the institus tonbna souod basis When Mr Rapier rellgned theI bank it is said had apptosima = ir a 1 J u 1 Il1j I BTf cr iufi SUBSCrr lYrI 11 v I IT rf J1Tr31t4i1l r lJ i fv iyiktf fllJUL iUL J MAUi J 1 r a o t UIii c J 0 JJ1vr JJ I l u Ii jJlMiiiiG j k4iSn POWDER jjAbsolulefy Pu- ri1r ttlNIEggs makes the foMmr II 1I IT r appetizing DdoW e1Vb t I r 1iIt1 yidp ilj aot 1 01 t The only Bakt g p from Royal Grape3vn lIt 1110 hlil rlanJtfq tuI t 0I 4i Ildii r gaj sJJ Jiw telyl40000Jutstandingin loans dured by good collatertil and dejioits tof abOut 180000 It was estab ished forty y ars ago bynn uncle of Mr Rapier but it bftcanie known aV the Sylvester pier Co Hank i11389 ICounerjournalr Croup Ends Lifeal MANY CHILDREN QIE OP CRUP EVERY YEAR BEFORE A DOC ft TOR CAN BESUMM ED tParents of children should be pre pared at all times for a spasm ofcroujxIJKeept in the house a reiqedy give Instant relief and keep the child from choking until the arrival oP a physician iGetji da fyjxnir 20 drops into a kitchen bowl of boiling water Hold the childs head oyer the bowlso thst iit can breathe the i soothing penetrating vapppthat arises the meantime send for a physician This treatment has saved the lives of many children and is a precaution that allll parents should promptly take ttYQlEI iis sold by Haydoh Willett anddruggistScveryyhere and is guar an eed for croup catarrh asthma jmdr bronchitis cToa As the Southern sun is sblnr govr the hilltops lana spring injiear I have the latest no vel 1ies n spring and sumitier suitfIhgs over 500 patternsto select om ant thE litest exclusive hiops to be made by aud prices arranging iroin S12T50 to 4000 Samplesl new on display to the s public Couie and see them and eaae your wishes with a tailored it to tit and please you So- meco early and get your sun for Easter Also dry cleaning dye ing Springfield City Tailor hone 6R F W BAUAIBAUEK Prop PI1BLI Siit0ItjiIJ jcin Jd LtiuA bib IJLI As administrator ort1ne lute John T Reed I will on Oprm 4T ses near Booker atfilQgWft lttl Il County Ky on datai j SATURDAMAROE2 Ig2DpJttIt 130 oclockI pm offer foruLP sale at public auction to thftv9a highest bidder alt hispersonalz consistiigofOne t P ness about 10 yefcrs old 15 12khands high one rubber tirqbag fb5 gy only used a few tike o K runabout sod harness coiipsk timely new used but littlfe ont r i Deering mower and other far r ng iniplements also pfrOC ence stretchers jn good condi 1 1 tionjabout fiyjB or siijp hundred u r bushels of picked corn to r be aold A I in lots of ond hundred bushels 4 seven stacks of hay three foo4 tacks pf timothy haf arid the other foiiis mixed and sme twtarticles Uf household fiirnitur4Terms All sums of tw ff v i don ES and Under cash wmbe fJ M rjguired Over that mOttftk if ir redit six months will IM gij v t1 Note with good ecurty aei personal sireiy wilib rArequired of all purchasers a it J4bearIng interest at 6 prceatper rr annum from date until paid X Hpropertyro premists until tjtptMar executed is above F J w TUOKERAr John T ReedIM CAMPBELL Oti ll1 11 CASTORrArrI1b1tiiaLIL nI Y Is A B anstliiljrS1patveGt rlv sf I tfSC NEFROM i n Lena Rivers i r PRODUCED BY TaE Pk ttftMEY SJO4I- I KH i4 THURSDAY MIGHT FEy P2f i ytf I 10sJ I j 1OaRd3kiirYtt 4i I VTw jr u T I I TIE NtWSlEADER J4 SPINGPILDIKY 1PUwTIIID BTMY THTJB8D AT I t JL JOMPfl POLiNj Zi4 r tr O7 I Ykf 8 c lebr GsilK tfc aimiversaryof the birtn of thgrtet of all l6r H wboiiaiemorfr willlive inI HwT history of his country all tI1George Washington rTh jr He his benwell named The Father of Hls ountryy for it i was h who nrst gave the infant cigitrtitsnatiinal life He t as thcf man for the place vind I hedW tfhit no oMitr man could 0 Uaye c6ne TUoagji cf h hi r d aperaU straits in the army he B yer deviated from the path of tIr or f nonor 0 Virginian by s birth IHJ had early instilled into 1orlibettyIk Though a great general he anIl resorted to it only from force of t f neceiityiHe fought for prinof cipltfki 4l n jit for glory Hews Iueite1y patriotic and used such abilHTiMlGod had endowed him with to advance the iinterest of the country he loved so welt I t 7 rm in his conviction that i WIn ust triumph in the end T not hesitate to undertake wbalveemed a hopeless cause bcjanse of tbe almost insurta r JQOwntable odds against him and h cquntry TboughoftentirnesV meeting witn reverses be was neyer discouraged but pursed the even tenorOf his wayite saw his soldiers pinched with cold and huDgeria their winter qfiarVers at Morristown when thc elementaand poyerty bad seem l4to combine to crush his tattered arid starving army lievi 4 trtprints on New Jerseys hills when they marched over the frozen ground m their bare feet He saw the infant country abputtovbe crushed amid the ice 4 on vthe Delayare river on tie Christmas night when he mar J chei 16 Trenton But amid all heneyer lost hope and with hisf iindomitable a aperservl g con r IIagehe finally placed the cbunj l try5 among the tattoos of them e tnce when she haseni I leredoaa career of prosperity ttiatstands without a parallel in life history of naiionqand initia ted a form ol goyeYnment thai hsis since been imitated byothef greatnations the latest of wnicljf is the country of Confucius I Though twice elected Prest fx rdent of the country his eff rt hid established andof j which hfe coald have been a ruler iorhfief had he so desired yet with bit tomipg4 modesty be retired t thinking it imprudent that he sHbbd make the first step to ward despotism andsqttheeit f ample hat has been followed I frdm his time pnr and madeia recedepj that has not been bro ken to this diy We have hate i otlier good jird great Presidents bn he alofle rap rliim the dip tinctFon of not lbJlnga partisan if and he tndre thin any other was th preiiden iir all the ptople i J NolNqw or South lay claim t ytb himi but he was and is today tbeidpljofl nation v j i A Fwick Sr iJ MisarTSthelJpQgers visited her sis eiMrnBert Penwicw llast Weak Mr VirgilvCockran and wife 3 ylslted st the homeof Mrs Ter jesaGiayes Tuesday I Born torthe wife of Will Bar ker a nine pound boy 5Eci1v Pather Ga6e filled his regular appointment here Sun day r Mj I i Miss Mattie Horan and two I I1tterslnlawl vof J banoLwere tbe guts of Mr andMrsS c 0 Rigley Mr ana Mrs Lanbam vistted Mrs Teresa 6rav Saturday falid Sundayt f Mis Verntf Rogers ih visiting 1MraCirr1esI Uncerwodd iatF Liiuiiiifle t r who hasp Ine onl v sbnie c iwttor it ttIdi writing aMr arid Mrs Walter Adifms r F m t T PUBLICi SAlk II- t1 rJlrJloft Horses and 1 II On Saturday larch tbICommencing promptly at 10 oclock in front of I Soblitts Main Street stable we will sell 1 L 100 HEAD HORSED and MULES 100 fAlso one horse and jack We have some first class foal already entered in the sale Dont ft IImaresin date have your horses fat and slick for H We have the promise of some good buy era local and from a distance Any information regard to terms and etc can4tI inIIIR e Bobliff or iI soMEaLnpbeJL1I I Baywick visited relatives at this place last eefc Mr and Mrs Huston Mont gomery visited the latters moth er Sunday y Mr Len Spalding is visiting Mrs Prudie Janes this week r Mrs MiltonPayne has returned home after a few weeks stay with her daughter r Miss Annie Shewmaker enter med a few of her friends Sun day afternocn Mrs Lewis McAllister of St jRoso has retjurried home after a iffew days stay pith his br6ther jMrJqhn McAllister Mrs Prudie Janes is some tet ler at tins writing R B Graves has the lagrippe Several strangers were here to church on Sunday a Mr and Mrs Irvin Thompson sited Mr and Mrs Dan Thom pson I Sunday John Eelley is visiting his ffather and sister at Litsey this week Willisburg Mrs Bessie Uolyin who has been visiting her grand claugh er Miss Sleet Pinkstqn of Qillsboro returned Saturq ay Nellie Hyatt spent from Friday until Monday with Kathar ine Noelof Glens Creek Mr and Mrs I T Souther jland spent from Monday until Wednesday with her brother Dr Mark Sutherland of Har rodsburga Miss Maud Baker cf Glens Creek spent from Friday untiI Sunday with Miss Ella Comely MissGertrude Carter fDayt- ODrOt and two little brothers are visitipg the home of Mr Edd Perkins Mrs Kate Shewmtker enter- tainedJ iin honor of the 48 birth day of hersfster Mrs Jape Sea of Sharpsyille Mr Fred Sou herland has bought the old school house a t Rock bridge Rev N ti Nesmith of IndanaI closed his meeting here Sritur day night and has gone to Mack yUle to preach this week Several from here attendedI the funeral of T Settles who died in Louisville last week Pleasant Grove Misses Lavinia OConnor Lo gan Neale and Nannie Thomp son spent Friday night Sno Reed Mr E M Leachman spent Saturday and Sunday with d is brother Harvey at Sprinjzfipld Mr Robert Thompson and and with spent Sunday with her father Mr L N Reed Mr H Bartley spent Sunday with the family of Mr Ed Os bourne near Loretto IdIIl1lywereMrs Albert Musters at Fen wick- S talay 4 Miss Sara Reed is visiting Miss Grace Sheban Miss Jennie Leachman of Springfield attended the box supper at Litsey Wednesday night Misses Addle Willett and Liz zie Logsdon have returned home after avisifc to Miss Emma Rose Polin Mrs Hugh Leachman and little SOD Harry anareon the siek Ilist t Mr Tom Bskar lost Jl good horse last Saturday CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough Bearsthe Signature of Irreverent Youth On a recent publication day of a newspaper printed out west a boy some ten or twelve years of age camp Into the office and with a peculiar grin on his face inquired if that pa per pointing to the copy has an account of the man that has been murdered In Delevni He was an aw red In the affirmative when de- posIting five cents upon the tablo bo remarked with ah air of selfimpor tance Well thats my dad and want to read about hlmBoaton Hetald = Jr lIt Made J Jrthelsuspl oung man had knock askIi do to help hm jet ready t the party to which hewaagolng VVbals the matter anyhpw Em D6 fooii1 think Im so decrepit that rm i it hbla any I longer to attire myself ori litl that you Jove me so you cant kee away from met I think youre horrid ind rude said the young mans sis 3r opening the door and enterIng course Im fond of you Jimmy Pom i than you realize I always have y lir best in heartt Tiq ask a surprised ly So soon after the ho days too Jimmy said his sister gating her self and shaking her head at him sor rowfully you havent a it of sent ment or any of the tin emotions have you I dont want thing I just wanted to talk to you Why dont you get nrnrredVThe young man laId doYn the clothes brush he warfusi jand lean Ing toward her stared T ont you feel well t he asked wiii solicitude In his voice SDo you think you are unny she asked indignantly Mostly said tbe youn man going on with his brushing aC- er lows moth and sister throw spas if he suggests matrimony for him slf and the whole family has hysterii aol dont understand you Td Just love to see jju married Jimmy his sister decla jed eagerly Honestly Nothing woii di please me more than to have you Ick out the right sort of girl and sc le down In your own comfortable ttle home Think how nice It woul Ibe for me to have a sister and whail un she and I could have together a i how glad J w6uld be for you Would you really fe that way sis the young man asced with in terest I hadnt any id thought youd cut up a terrible 6w If I did such a thing Thats all you kno about me Jimrayf his sister insliiWd sweetly You dont appreciate ae depth of my affection in the lei ft Why I would be a selfish horr creature if I didnt want you toi happy I cant imagine why you shonld have got such an Idea In yqr head And youfo such an all artv d fine boy too that you desrirvefjjmighty fine girl let me tell youSWT r am astonished tclared the young man seriously Qijlll these rev elations are overwhelming Particu larly after the yars1 sisterly tee tures on which I havjbeenJ brought tip I thank you j Oh be mean if you int to said his sisler Only Ihp toull be on your best behavior the hj ct two weeks because I have a guest coming Of course I dont expect yp to give up your engagements to jlp me out but if you could find titj ito bo a lit obllge4Youvea raving beauty and t family has heaps of money and e refused a millionaire the year sh I see it all said tt young wom ans brother You w 1 me to fell In heriNowSIthoughage your own affairs 4 without my help Youll be perfect crazy about her complexion and she Is the sweet kinott notion like that in mind I was just speaking in the abatrtf Just In a susIplclousI see said her bro er searching out his dress muffler It is that you feel it is ti p for merelYI marry and settle down fnd you have no ulterior motives yo d be perfect ly happy if you could be SUre that I IOfthing else Harriet cj tainly has way with her And th have I dont know how many auto obllcs and a place on Long Island ind shod be the loveliest sort of a arl to have In the dont know h ty relieved I am Interrupted the rounir man aacb1r uo rDf bla at XMi 4 I Spring Dpenkg I Olth 19tIIIdlt IIIFEBRIIARY1 i Samples won display for suits 9made to order and samples will be lIt if tt Ii i on display through the season It Come early and have your measure 11 l i taknfC an Easter suit c 4I i V I GUARANTEE A FIT n 1i Thee SpringfiefSpr CityC Tailor I Phone 6R WF BAUMBAUj f t i II r fIi I 1 I 4iII P I T ay I IJ1I February 27 89 March 1st 1 I White Goods TableI Linens Jfepktns Towels Crashes Em broideries VatF f JI Laces Many other articles will be I sold during this sale at reduced prices ti ifc fI = No Goods at Reduced Prices I 1GRUNDY MclNIRE w i I I 1IIU jdl IIu rdIIa a uL r IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD because it is made of the purest and best in gredients because it contains more healing strengthening and up buildinglmaterial than any other Emulsion and perfectIally perfect process the world overttDoctorsrecognize t ScotisErnulsion as the Standard prepa ration of Cod Liver Oil AW DRUGGISTS un mid you have sucn warm neartea 4yfuture 11ItoItoIIJamessister as she fumbled for her hand Insignificantwhen and I dont see why you want tb get married anyhovj arent you perfectly comfortable hero at home Men are such Idiots Work Tells Nationality Mrs Henry White wife of tho well known American diplomat who served in almost every court In Europe is the authority for the statement that tho nationality of a woman may bo easily betrayed by the kind 6t fancy work in which she engages as she sIt on hotel verandas In famous resorts of Europe TJio American has her frame with ey colored slk and stitches away on flowers fruks or quaint figure for the de oraiion btj her dining tablo her boudsir e hex Ilwomantis fk Inoalnf ttelberg Ieee iJWvJ jqtternl works into flue white cambric those lovely clusters of Vise and flowers in the best cotton floss known as French embroidery The Italian woman tfbllghts In the fine lace hat v mado the nation Iliiiztrious and many a woman hearing a title that dates back several hundred years ccn make lace which rivals the bOlt whit tho looms of Venice can produce Balfour Bluffs a Constable As Iswell known Mr Balfour is en enthusiastic motorist qnd here isi tee stOry onan incident which happened during one of his recent Journeys With him was a friendvformerly in the house of commons and now recorder of a certain city The chau four was signaled by a Surrey con stable to stop Mr Halfour was h3 own chauffeur The constable Insist ed that the spded was over the litrit Mr Dalfour was sure it was not Well look at your indicator I r1wellr I haent an indicator said irBalfour sweetly but wjtli omphaeis Ive a recorder As tbe policeman did not know what thctjnlght bo foaring to show his ovm JSJoran antI va prosecution should follow he drew his hand and Mr Balfour aatt the recorder r nil smiles continue their drive The constable board thorn laugh and scratchqd his bond In ddub but Itwasi too late to dp anything London Tattler TURKS QUEER DESERT ARMYi Weapons o Every Time and Age Are Found Among These Picturesque Soldiers In this city of canvas housesOr rather in these groups of canvas bat lets are men of every race in the Levant There is no uniformity of type even among the officers for the Turkish Empire comprises many races and In tho same mess tent you may see a Cretan captain chatting with a lieutenant from the Bulgarian frontier an Albanian tendering1 hia cigarette case to a Yemen Arab But among the rank and file of the Tur kish soldiery the racial types are wildering in their variety says a Tripoli letter In the London Express Servians Syrians Greeks Cretans Croatians Roumanians Egyptians isl anders from the archipelago Bosnla s with the faces of Kalmuck Tartars shaggyheaded Kurds Armenians Persians and dwellers fn Mesopotamia XtIa very similar horde no doubt but lacking modern weapons and khaki kit to enumerate them all And even then one has spoken only of the regular Turkish soldiers There still remain the uucounted desert men who have ranged themselves under the Crescent flag to wage war for their liberty Daily they continue to arrive on horse ass camel and afoot from places five and ten and even twenty days ride away There are Arabs from Tripoli Tunis Fezzan Algiers a handful evea from distant Morocco tfizzyheaded Soudanese negroes silvergray with dust and sunshine wiry lighteyed Bedouin and veiled horsemen from tho Libyan Sahara pqur In to help the Turks and harass the Italians with nightly orays through tho ruined gardens There are not counting the rifles and carbines captured from tho Ital ians nor tbd regulation arms dealt out by the Turks weapons of every kind and ago in the camp I have Been within a few hundred yards of one another a cbass pot rifle b dou lebarreled stwts1n a twohanded Crusaders sword magnificent piece of steel over four feqt long ft slender Inlaid scimitar a Moorish curved dagger and an automatic pistol There is no doubt that the desert is supplying Turkey with soldiers as efficiently as it has provided her with food for them to eat A wonderful place the desert able to pour forth uneioectod riches OLD HOMES ARE GOING FAST thsjAre Disappearing j The grand od before the war homes steeped in romance and dear to tbe heart of tha children of the old J south are fast going Set in a grove of oaks the big Louse with its Impos lingjcQlumns ararle verandas and its 111ialone have fallen Into wreck and ruin hundreds have been buried The surviving ctus are relics of an ape that is past tiFor scverhl years there has been a movement in the south for smaller farms This movement has been conj santly accelerated And It means much for the we1taro ot this sention The old plantations were manageable only when labor could be relied upon and when one person was willing to pass his life in the employment oftt another i The south is becoming more utilitarian Descendants of those caval lers who charged with Rupert and melted their plate to support the tot tering throne of an unworthy1 Stuart have scanned helr llessons welt Life is activity hurry f and turmoil It still would be Jan ieysian existcncf forever to loIter In the shade tLbd yell to Porapejr for another julepbut It is na longer practicable This morh will see two of the flue old plantation homes of Jarboyr county 2p under the hammer His toric Roseland and the splendid Pugh estate alike are to be solcl Some pt these dayswhen the south gets enor niqusly wealthy stain the grand old times may be revived Birmingham ijLuO sews Every Business I9aHtRe detrlsbytelephoneogln l nomy saving rtime and money Uniexcelled telephone servicei can be had Over the lines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company Eong distance connections to all important points in the United plates Rates reasonable the lest CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH tMPANYiIncorporated r dt L By VAUGHAN KESTER want to reada i A IIoutf llY humorous nstory ij- i I with a lefo and heroine It quite after your ojwn heart you cannot afford to miss the new serial we are about toprintr 1JfEE3 + I PRODIGAL r JUDGEQ o isa tale that treats of Ameiiican 1 life and conditions of several decades ago and is wholly unlike anything else in recent fiction TOien the story is ended you II find that you have left a company thatto you have come to knoinnmate1ytPt ndor the most part loved 4rBE SURE TO READ THE OPENINGCHAP ER f It I i JJ Physicians Advisesthe use 6f a goodlaxatfve to keep tho bowels open xqdl prevent the jjdsons of und1psed load front Kettinglnto your system The htest product of science VELVO Laxdtive Liver Syrup purely vettab gentle treliable and of a pleASant Aromatic taste Velvo acts on the liver as well acn the stomach ana bowels and isof the greAtest ossible ellicacy ItlpauonhdlgestionbWousnessslck h 1cbe fveiisnesscoIfcflatulence eta Try VP 1 tTELLO CliilclreJi OrFOR FLETCHERS CAsTORIA LAXATIVE i LIVER SYRUpkrw r v Many Have h1tYreer I oman basevsr aIaed dlsttscfl 1because ot xie excellence of hK dry Ip aDR G T BURTON AKSIDKNt DENTIST tEETH WiTHpUTrRACTEOII I Jrie tttagI All SPRINGFIELD Dental f Firstclass l WOrk KYII f r DRJGJIiLJfDPbyioia 4iY Office haurs 8to gams h 1t la 2 pm 4 Offices over HaydOflS Drugstor HjLamptonJ M D iWke In Otera House Aai 0onzccrkeieHO B ReIacnccNo 3- 8WFGRIGSBY j ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank 8PIUNGFIELD KY D MW HYAtT Office over Red Cross lruu Store 1 Office hours HyattlOcaO 9 4m to 12 m 4 to 5 pmt 1oIINY MAYS UIEHJL ylKECTORj pANfl LICESSED EMIIALMEBn TELEPHONE iil DAY 19 NIGHT 74 e SPRINSFIELB KYs tM F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTEDjOfflcedver Haydon Barber = f bfeA U work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY RailroadlSchedule IDFollowing is the time schedule ndw in effect on to Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41Leave Louisville at 430 p mi Bardstown Junction t t 522 p m Bardst9wn 6C6 p ra arrives at Springfield 355 p m No 42T Leaves Springfield at 3 6ooa m Bardstown 645 a m Bardbtown Junction 730 am anves Louisville 820 a inENo SyLeaves Louisville at 720 am Bardstown Junction 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a m arriveS at Springhefd 1140 pm No 44 Leaves Springfield atII 100 p pi Bardstown 220 p mi Bardstown J2tioJJ410 pmn arrives aT Louisville 545 p n lft g UnrcCijunaLIi Vorrian Although much has been stld and written on the subject we do not yet realize how desperately lonfely a worn An can be In a thinly settled farming community Probably no one can ever realize It except the woman herself They had taken Seth iodgklnsl l wife to the state insane asylum Tho day alterehe left him Seth who ha been agood husband to her from the date of her tjnweddlng anniversary jL to the date of her silverwedding and through all the intervening anniver saries which there had been no para ties to celebrate received a visit of J Indolence from his nearest neighbor two miles away Seth turned from a sInk piled high with dirty dishes tp clear a chair for his guest I shall have to hire more help It r Beem3fas if she had been gone a 1 3fJoyed good health said the sympathizing friend Harriet Hodgkins husband looked in dazed and futile Inquiry from the sprawly pattern on the bright new oil cloth that she had bought with the carefully saved eggmoney to the vIewI from the kitchen window a wide snoWy field some tall funereal ever I greentrees end a patchof darkening ski The kitchen did not taco the road JI cannot understaadV ho saidj whtaIIcd Hcrrijt She has hardly been out of this 1ltohen for Ilfteen years Youths Ccnipanlon Herr Personal Plate A young girl who has aygrcatmany valuablqvsnaaU belongings mid never loses any of them says that It Is Eolely because of her plan of marking everything distinctly with her fulli Dime and town and country addrogs For her parflsols and umbrellas she has a eet of smairsllvor Pintos of ob long shape and with screw cquippcc ends Which ore readily detached from a handle and put upon another one Her golf eUcls tonnfs racquets hand t IJMSgage and the valuable collars which her dogs wear are marked In the tame manner and on all other toilet articles jheQ9S plate markings which cHHot bo Obute ra edoreasurwyencbed oL I Tfce first cost of these plates was i oi vIi great aitbough nfl are of solid Urer juid they were accumu 1tee sOvaduajly that the money was 1I0t iniMeA iom her allowanceI J Li TOWN F ei ii UOOooM Local Happenings oT Intere s l The Freshest and Latest c 1 All About Yourself Friends 1 and Acquaintances q Get your horses ready for the greet horse sale March 9ih FoR SALE 200 squares of Asphalt Reddy Roofing CLPricp FOE RENTjtcres of ground Apply to Mrs L bra Vestr 0 4LE3nice Duroc Silts witu pig AB Walker p We have already some good ones for our sale March 9th i JBoblitt Campbell FOR SALE Oneyearling mare mule colt and one yearling filly Edgar Linten The best value i in tobacco canvass at Cunningham Duncan and Whartpn THe Ladies of Pleasant Grove will serve a County Court Dinner in Marc Save Jonl money ftill March th and buy yob a good horse or- eam of mules in our TlbVannual sale Womens tailored suits and cloaks at cost at Gunriihghnm Duncan and Wharton Rev Wm H Williams will reach at the Baptist church ext Sunday morning and even If you havent bought your eed oats see ours before you buy 65 cents while they last B D LAKE Co FOR SALE15 first class bred 30Wb due to fatten the last ofI February or first of MarchIGODDARD GRUNDY Granted to farm sell or trade for other stock 1 Bkck Jack 15 ands high by Old Clark JF KEENE R F D5 New carpets mattings linole ums oil cloth llace curtains and ind w shades at Cunningham uncui and Wharton FOR SALE 10 pair coming 3year old mules good ones any kindi of team you wanf C L Brady FOR SALE Baled Orchard ra s hay R W CLEMENTS Sprayed from my farm near Fenwick 1 black male hog 140 pounds S E Shewmaker I Cunningham Duncan Whar on jhave jjifst opened up a must attractive line of wall paper in ll the new combinations TJhe School Improvement Lea ue of Texas will serve an oys ierisuperfat the Texas school house Wednesday Feb 28th1 Cunningham Duncau and Wharton are showing their new sock 6f white goousj embroider ies and laces Themost attrac they have ev r shown tust received a car load of NofiUern White Seed oats They re 35 ceuis a bushel while they Jus IB D LAKE Co FOR SALE First class Timo thy Hay also 30 good ewes B D CLEMENTS When you need cOal or lumber seevheBlG FOUROld Keuu Gwin Bob and Pep WK MARKS SONS iDont forget tile 7th annual hcjrse sale in Springfield at Bob U its Main treet btable March 9ih lIt you want atip top good dinner when in tpvyn Monday go o the church jdinner at the Walnut Street theatre Cunningham Duncan andi Wharton have jut rtceived 35 different styles rqom size rugs in Axininster velvets and Tapes try From 10 to 30 Call and sue tht1DNo trouble lo show them To ipdleroomf r winter lay ers br u mulLed time I offer a uice lot of of pure ored S C fiJ is keda early hatched cockrels from 50 cents to100 Would sprei few pullets and hens if ordeied at unce Aluo fouruce Berkshire male pigs and five ifUnester Whites subject to regis Iitr I1R SG TUCKER R F D 1 1 TflDinOUrluo 1 3 lwiHJhavef at WUlisbuVg Thursday February 22nd commending at 6 pin The Lagardo Vaudeville Co are showing at the Walnut streettheatre this week FOR SALETwo Poland china boars large enough for service Also one 250 egincnbatorgoOa- as newGeorge Dear Parrot Stuajph sold last week 15885 lbs of tobacco at the Springfield House at an average ofl2ic FOR SALEA team of coming four year old mules well broke will work anywhere Spaldmg Clements Mrs Leo Havdcn happened to a painful accident last Friday She was carrying a large glass fish bowl which broke in her hands severely cutting her hands and arms I Mr M H Bowery will ad- dresshe tobacco growers onJ the 10 year pooling plan next Monday at the Court HouSeLosTOuthestreetsof Spring field between the Medley place and Mrs Kate Williams store about two weeks ago a watch with the letters G C W engraved thereon Finder will return to this office EOR RENT5roorn dwelling on Grundy Avenue with yard and adjacent lot of about one acre Will rentand give poss slon immediately j For particulars write or call on Miss ELIZA WALKER The people who have been delighted with the Wheeler Sisters and An Everyday Girl will have an opportunity to attend good shows Thursday Friday and Saturday nights as the Ear vey Stock Go will be here with Lena Rivers and other good plays This c jnpanv has been playing in several large cities and have been highly praised wherever they have beeo The members of the Baptist church were greatly distressed when the Kentucky papers an l counted that their pastor Rev Wm M Stallings had been calI JediJback to Smith Grove where lhe was pastor for nearly eight vibars and that they are bringI ilug great pressure to bearto seI cure his returnjJ He announced Sunday that he hadno intention of leaving the work here in its present conrfi tion and the meetings to begin next Sunday would go right on and tthat the plans of the remodI eling of the church building Would be pushed to completion Lebanon Penn Banner Hand Cut Off Mr Jeff ODauiel who lives on the bt Rose and Lebanon pike was the victim Of a seribus acci deut last Monday evening HeI was cutting feed in a cutting box whuih was run by a gasoline engine when his hand was caught in tile rapidly moving machine and drawn in He saved his life by tbroving off the belt which connected the eugineand cutting box A physician was called tout considerable difficulty wasI experienced in stopping the flow of blood The arm wasso badly mutilated that amputation be tween the wrist and the elbow was nttje sary Mr DDaniels injuries are progressing wellat present A Good Showing Mr 0 L Price Oity Assessor for Springfield has completed his tabulated list of jjhe value of Springfields property and 4he tpwri makes a splendid showing in advancements during the past year The total value of town lots is 361920 nOtes cash and bonds 391335 personal property 120435 makinga total off 813690 deducting exemptions of 14750 from this leaves a grand r total of 858940 the amouat There ure also 4336 tithess This statement peiiks we l showing a substantial increase ovcrjastyearof 60000 I Fctfeys hwiey and Tor Steals lungi and stop the coupb L Leachman I2dr William O Leach mat a former resident of this cbtaty died at his home in Louiiiille Iof heart disease Be was cut 35 years of fige and a son o fro Wm Leachman He is snr ied by his wife and five childret Settles fMr Tommy Settles died Un day at the city hospitalin Lc s yule Ky after a three day tiessof spinal meningitis lf he unIdPleasant Grove Cemetery 4 on day Funerall services were1Qn rIMrHe had been employed on he railroad for some timeI Goatley Mrs Amanda Goatley diul in Louisyille last Saturday o sen- ilityl She was 65 years of vge and was a daughter of Th mas Reed who lived near Valley till Sue was born and reared this county aud early in life was united ip marriage to Mr Job ert Goal ley wiio preceded t r to the giave several years Sgo She was the mother of twq hU- d ren Mrs W B Ballardjaild IMr Lee Goatley She is also surVIve d by two brothers les srs Henry and Montgomery Reed of tnis county anc one sister Mrs Alsop of Virgi4a Tbe was a good woaiat respected by all Practical ly her enirelife vas spent in the pmI multy where she was retire ttrd the truest evidence of her i ble ness of heart is that iose who knew her best found nost to admire in herIFuneral services were co duc ted at Pleasant Grove MOi day by Rev R E C Lawsol and buriai was ih the cemetery jt iere Sti gIMrs Nancy Stigall died it her home near Litsey last S day morning Shortly before iristj mas Mrs Stigall suffered fail which broke her hip Lat r she contracted pneumonia wh h re sulttd in bet death Pior to her marriaga sha was ai Missi Bates and was a resid it of Lincoln county She wi 75 years of age and lived d tof- tlife near Litsey When aJ dungtt woman she was united iin raar riage to Mr Napoleon tiigall To this union two child rep were born Mr Coteman Stigal andC IMr Wm T Stigall wl diedt about two years ago Sliej was one of the oldest settlers f the neighborhood and was nmost excellent neighbor Durjtgher long life she was very higlily re t garded and the Stigall ho e was i a favorite place for socia jgatb erings of the country sid Funeral services were nduc ted at Pleasant Grove T esday and jburial was in the ce letery there II An Everyday Gir One of the surest hid ations of the progressiviiess f our city is the determination if professional playersto be stoi ed for appearance here After the whirlwipd suoiess of the Wheeler Sisters wo mere re galed a few days 8ubequent with the grand stagef t submitted by the company playingl the Everyday Gitl Every citizen understands the ri son ofI the dramatic fraternityI The n Ev eryday Girl offered la it Moo day night was very vfell reu derfld Each actor app red pe culiarly fitted for his ci rner in the game and although hot a single note of music ga color or help to the full con ruction of the play tie intpre of the audience washeld throujf every moment and tp the endIWhile thM whole camp by is to be congraMilaed for their sincere and praiseworthy erL iibition special mention 3 given the leading man mutJ lilliard His successful trips through the long and wellworded iiassages stamped him as a pas master Bis magnificently tin d bari tone voice at all time reached to every corner of the iuditori urn and the terrific Ejtillness that prevailed while spoke gave evidenc that hi bad his subject and hearers alM ays well in hand j r Ii Notice to the Pdblic w After March 1 1912 Jlj will be prepared to clean and Ock hats at the Springfield City TaHor Phone 6Tt F W Baumbauer LIAS HDfl WtVXV1 SEAl 1NNIN- I LII H3tKCXXIIO 3tHt w Stole Tobacco Some parties in a spring wagon droye to the tobacco barn of Mr George Powell ntar Mackville a few nights ago loaded up with the valuable weed took it to Danville and edit on the market Mr Powell happened b Dahyille that dayv red tttobe the tobacco and got it The parties supposed to be guil ty have not been arrested but perhaps will be in a few days WakefieldBarber i rR 0 BJirber amid Miss atITbe attendants were Mr Huston Baribeii Mr Prank Wakefield of Maud and alone of the most attractive ana accomplished young ladies of the county She is wen known to a large circle of friends and a great social favorite isI groom who is a son of Mr Mrs John R Barber is a man of Stirling worth and is popular with all who know him i Cambron Blandford- Mr Albert Blandford and Miss Jennie Cambron were married at Chicago Ky by the Rev Father Werner The attendants were Messrs Earl Blandford and Robert Cam bran The groom is a son of Mrs Teresa Blandford and is an in dustrious young farmer while his bride who is a daughter of Basil Cambrou of Loretto is a popular young lady of that com munity FCjNAL rMessrs Robert J and Alexan der Blandford of Louisville were with their motherMrs raitie Blandford 1 R Montgomery was at Ek ron last week Miss Anna Montgomery of Vine Grove is the guest of Miss s Hatfo and Imelda Blau ford Hon T Scott Maves and family have returned from Washing tqu Mr W Roberts was in Bards town Saturday on business Mr G C Wharton was iiI- Louisville Monday Prof E P Dedman and Mr Gabe Clark were in Louisville the first of the week x Mr Simms Rogers was in Louisville Monday Mrs A S Johnson was caled to North Carolina because of the illness of her sister Mr John son accompanied her as far as Louisville Dr R H Williams and wise of Louisville yisited relaivein this countylast week Mrs John W Lewis was in Louisville Friday Mr Kent Nallv of Samuels visited his father Mr J H Nally here this week Miss Bogie Nlly of Bards town visited Miss Irene Naily this week Hon T Scott Mayes was jn Frankfort yesteriday Mr R H Edelen and family or Loujsvllle were here Satur day and Sunday Mrs C W Camden is quite ill at her hbme Miss Omea Irvine has return ed to Louisville aftera visit t6 friends here Dr anti Mrs W tt Barriette spent the week end with Mr and Mrs N C Campbell on Lebanon Hill Mr Scott McCabe is ill at his home here Messrs B Shader and Richard Spalding were at St Marys las Sunday Litsey Mrs Kate Grace and son spent several days at the home of Mr John Grigsby last weIr Misses Addie Willeltand Liz zie Logsdon were the guests of Miss Emma Polio Wednesday night Miss Jennie Leachman ol Springfield spe ti a Jew days here the first of the week MrsB L Litsev spent Fri day with Mrs J I Martin Misses Nannie Thompson Logan Neale and Lavinia OConnor visited Miss Sue Reed Friday nightMr Will Sti all and sister Miss Mildred of Perry ville at tended the funeral of Mrs Nan- cY Stegall a i I r1tI r rt I III r I OF il JALL NTEH IIPomilauts OOddsd aild Ellds 4 jI I Department I IIIj t I II I rt s and Suits at half Pricei I r I Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats at Cost j d dsrL OPiaseJ Curtains at Hall Prjce 2 t Men s and Ladies Sweaters at Cost IIA ttractMBargainsJneveryDepartrnen111 1 Special Prices I On Table Linens Napkins Towels Waist and Dresl IPillow Linens Linen Sheetings Cotton Sheet4 IILinens made Sheets and PiHpw Cases Bleached Shirtings etc t t 1 IIJustReceived New Dress Ginghams for Spring New Rugs and Mattings t INO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS HERB I CO1II P jr iw PUBLIC SALEiO- FFINEFThRMWednes ift J r Beginning at 130 PMThe Geo A Vandyke farm located One Mlle from TaylorsyJlle Spencer county Kentucky Waterford pike This farm contains acres of good land on TaylQravillen houseofa capacity of 30 acresbacco Splendidly watered and in highstate of cultivation 100 acres of virgin thnberiandprevaijjng TirirriowthTree and Black Walnut rThis fann is noted for its Corn Wheat Biuegras Tobacco detct adapted to any that kcrop inwill grow Kentucky Especially adapted for dairy purposes It is beautifully situated in one of the best communities ia tiit State within one mile of railroad depot churches a good graded school together with a proposed trolley line in tilefuture and last but not least within one milaoi one of the bestbnsiness towns in the State Mar This farm will be sold to settle up estate Will be offered in three tracts then as a whole and which way fcnnsr most will be accepted TERMSOnethird cash balancen one and two ars With 6 per cstj rfrom date of sale with lien Possession gIven immediately All persons intrttt j this farm call on or write 1 J E T McMAH ANtExecutor oiF Geo A Vandyke deceased Cashier Peoples Bank TllenViB Ky and A fent fort the Heira l t m Mrs Dan Kelly arid children spent Thursday with her fatter Mr J R Reed Miss Emma Polin vjsited Miss Lizzie Ldgsdon last week Mrs Kate Hopper enter tainrd at dinner one day last week She had asher guests Mesdames 3 4 Litsey MReed 0 F Vanarsdale and Misses Sue and Sarah Reed Miss Sarah Reed spent Tues day with Mrs Dan Kelly Mir Joe Grace of Nelson county Is with his grancjfather Mr John Grigsby who isU Mrs W T Leachmkn and Mrs JOB Polin visited thejamil ly of J O Palm Sunday The box supper giveti by the SchooHmproyeinent Leagu was a pronounced success uotb socially arid financially I There will not be any more tobacco sale iit the Iloose leaf houses on Saturdays until further notice By Ofder of Bo r f ardf Wehow have a sipply oi ohicken Jeed on hand- McElroy Bhader t I HiIIsbor Mr Ed Hainby and wife of Jefferson county spent fram lfri day until Sunday wiibher father Mr John Armstrong and family speniTUt tr of near here Mr Even flardin and wife epefit Saturday and Sunday with Mr and MrsFr nk Yancy iviesdrs Clarence Daringer an4 Walter Hunby spent last week in JeffersQn county thIs Myrtle Armstrong spent last Sunday with Misses Rena and Leddie Keeling tl near Willisburg Mr Erastus Perkins and lam ily spent last Monday with Mr Tom Colter and family Mi Halter Hunbyspent Troioa ttm rsdayuntil at rdaylth Wstster Mrs JohuoiQ Mather ly Vr Mrs Mary E tih eldivspem Friday with FrarikYancyv t1MrsH Scutt spent 8eVriflt 5t last week with her daijirte ter at this plade i Mr Ed Hanbjnd wife abd IMr John Arnstrpng and t H ithspent Saturday with Mrt JBriwi ftus Perkins and lamUi I Mr Clarenca 3 aItncer pt v tft til2tffi Messrs ErastSs and Eiifnsitr S Shields were in lLOtiiW laal1Monday V Ii i i4 ITo Tbejlgjc j i t tAs the SOuthjjfihjlug over the hilltops and prig ttJings Over 500 patterns to s tee ro m and the HM xciMitVl fashions to be aaadcby aMfpricM arranging from 1250 tojNio6 vJfrSample new oa dMpUj to UM publIcs Com azHTtec tht ijti alailMtattol 80 l cpM early and ff i iocabi i Ester Alao dry clfiamf r 4JK- n Sprisfftttd CHjr lWr P ibQf3t 1 F W Bjutiuj A r f ii4o J ibViat t over1KkOySbIdr vi u m u JJOHNSONN NJ kFItfliEPEOPLEiI i Ii IfIBt P dMJAjUlV If I I vtm TI mm iw kMiicy CMS ru D4Cwat- a Lenftt the Dletrtet ef CelumWa Wile OiHi ef Which He De Mii as iIRI Llayei He Is a Tat fer AWee R MH f He dAuhtLHt4 Washtacton Representative Bea ietacon of the Fourth Kentucky dis hit I1UUHtO be much iIn the Kllgkt hare U a result of hi ex redatlcw of the attempts to have the teceral vevcrnment pay the larger part ef Ute rue cf the District ef CeIHIJtSa Mtardlee ef their ckarao tler Tfceie attempts Mr Jekno has HteeeMMlly checkmated ae far at leaet te tM extent ef Mtvinc the ma UeMl JKrernment ever i Ii1e4agat1agtktheattespt U lintltraUeael those various so- tlm te MM tttrlct bill irkiek are leaded iXr Jekaeon mad a ipeeek vkkk caused aim te be showered irHi eon rat latlbn tnm both elde pt tHoJteMe This yeech aa It re ferred to the municipality of Waah tton irewld H ef local Interest te very etter city in the country 1Iirkfek eemfelaattefii havi eoucht to trl1Natv117 the district to wsjtnc a determined and united pgnt ev the dudrman of the Dtotrict CetaMa eemmittee utMr John torn kM paid no attentlen ts the sit tectal ad new etorie s Ifr Jeemee took up in tuna the tperatiea of tile Jocal railway H- Rt wMk seeks he asserted at the- taHve M expenee to hays work KMM whlek it koald pay for He rtMcvled the devicei te which tkee whs are aaxtev te hays the federal revemmeeit pay the expense of tUIIJi rtet resist He pouted oat the in aparuU7MMIf wfcowns up preved te he asotheri Kkeme te extort money from the aa Mnal purs Mr Johneen wu at Hmea seite and hvmoreus sit he keM the attentien ef the howe Jchneen Open Fire IM MMe being In committee of the wWi em the state of the Union lid uder consideration houee bill K 17811 making appropriation to- pey1eer expense of the govern Kelt of the Dtstrlct of Columbia fer 1M aca tear ending June 13 1911 aect101Ltttttei e eaUed for an pproprlatin ef I97MN let Interest and alnklnc fund the fd4 debt Mr Jehasen spoke aa follow Mr Ckainaan I make a point ef i rder ail thl section of the hill and I1tfiH te dic M It a little I regard dlS u iii St the rery ImportanV l it m Ii the bill In fact I think there te a one item that te more im ertaat than tilL It has bees sax 10ri ate in the appropriation bill lei a number of year However l trhenit waa trt put IIn the aHrotIrt1 tSH Mil Itira luerted with the term It Ute statute ef 1879 apes the rahject line that time thy have 1NaM to ne the etatate irtk taleS rar Wt have Heel Bomebody cen clnaten a4 te what the statute Meat Lad have inerted that conclusion In the appropriation bill Instead ef the Kt 1t1elfcBefore fjelnx further into that par t evlar Mhjeet I wish to devote a lit Ue time net te criticism but to a re tt VIew ef Mine of the rulings whldrr Ik chairman has made v A rnllnc by the chair to thtt feet that an appropriation made out g K public money for the purpose of tt resurfacing streets with asphalt can h diverted from the purpose for which it was appropriated and used to buIld brick paving for the street lar eompanle and another ruling to I me effect that an appropriation madejler the pvblk schools with which tot j iqulp public playground can be dl t lerted from that purpose and spent ipon Lay ether playground paroch Iii sectarian or otherwise de not In H lre one to further poInts of order Because the street car companies ftre the district authorities to COBI Hruct that part of the streets whldlI nder the law the street car e mIpastes must build and maintain Is no reason why the district authorities Ihe ld want to go Into the street lullding business for the street rail roads The district officials should 3a my opinion confine themselves to the task of caring for their part of the work ltd Instead of becoming onttactors for the railroads should lotlfy the railroad companies that ibey themselves must dolt The rail roads might not care for a small fine lutrflf they did not comply with the law their franchises would be forfeit id These franchises were secured U too little an expense and are now fe valuable an a eetthat not the otest rid will be assumed w1chIreI aJcht endanger their forfeiture I am conscious cf the fact that noI me who will read the Record contain r at the proceedings of the committee the whole hpuse while this bill las been unAer consideration can ar rive at t ekWt and Intelligent sea say4r r lvre 4Wtra rode aot cf cJng M ampuweAII to 4 that this is aalthor i Jy plase for It Upon thf tpr hurt r kzve fUtJi ftUiy eniea ot1 here the co Ittee of the aole hus ifine itself strictly U HM law am It te MW spoa Ute Ftatvto Nooks pirlnjc tH r nnhdr of tlio time this Ml is ur c cosBJderalloa I stall continue my ef hits in tliBf illrctIr It will be InlaKeiy belter for both the United tatc arM the Columbia if a itiI 1hrtrlctofII the law Is keN a4k ml to wish to rlticlR advert el y the decis ions ot the distinguished gentlemanJ WM ntow oejuples the tnit it fa Mt at all Atstast even to him f rJlle to revle Some of them merely to le how tilt year a too lib eral construction given to a law leads next year to another too liberal con thaioriginalaccumulated unwarranted con tru tlom therefore liven become tte ac cepted law lmp rtant Point Raised the chair has held that under ex isting lawI an appropriation can be made from the public treasury for equipping jtobllc school playgrounds Whether or not the law warrant that Iis npt at issue for the reason that no point was raised as to that But a point wjts raised ute whether or not the public treasury could be Invaded for the purpose ot equipping other playgrounds and the chair has held that an appropriation of the peoples money could be put into the hand cf the district authorities with no limi tation upon it other than aa expressed belief that upon his part that those with whom it would be intrusted would not go beyond proper limits in expending it r If this policy should be generally pursued there would be no need for a single official bond In the entire Union in fact if we are to presume that only the proper and jut act to always to be done there would be no reed for laws no need for courts no need for this legislature The law relative te the school of the District of Columbia not only contemplates but say eo in so many words that only the public schools are to be cared for at public expense If as the chair has ruled the public money cal legally be spent for playgrounds other than the public schooll playgrounds It the officials Into whose hand the money to be expended has been put think so then all limitations removed If the public money can be spent by district official upon any playgrounds mhlch they select then let ns see where it lead If this expenditure may legally go beyond the tmblic school then It can go to the sectarian school j next It may go tothe private school next it may go to the public pisygroundand Just here I wish to call attention to the playground item That item floes not Lmlt the public fund to equipping the public school playgrounds neither does it limit it even to school grounds Under the decisions of the chair the district officials Into whose hands thIs money Is put if they wish to do so can expend any part or all of it upon any playgrounds Then if thy wish to do so they can pend It TipoB grounds other than those gin rally accepted as playgrounds for school children and from all I can learn they contemplate expending it upon grounds other than publicI 11Whet1acquired by the district for thIpublic school system then thatIground occupies the same legal status u a park privately pwned The pub tic fund may properly be spent uponI a park public owned but it can not properly be spent upon a park privately owned except under authority ofan act of congress and it requjces an alt of congress to give that dla- zetion to the district official which alt the ruling of the chair gives them 1 There no act of congress Which au thorize the expenditure of public money upon such private park or pri ale grounds aa I have mentioned And if there is no such act ot con ross then the item in the appropria ion bill is clearly subject to a point of order at least until a limitation of Its use IIs confided to the public Schools Equipping Playgrounds Again if public money can In theJ judgment of district officials be spenti ito equip playgrounds who Is to deterJmine what that equipment is to be Inasmuch as there Iano maximum school age limit in the district the equipment must of necessity take a wide range The official report of the school board discloses their statement that the schooll children 1ITinge in age between 5 years and SSj fears The equipment of a playground for these would range from rocking torses to crutches If under the rule ing of the chair the district officials tan spend Uncle Sams money for Crutches the crutch must fit the 66 Jrearold school child who is to use It Use it would be without value in the playgrounds As arnica and salves are used at public expense In the playground to enable the children to pursue their games why should not ihtumatlc remedies also be carried tl1ackknlvethe playgrounds so tlt the boys can muse themselves whittling upon the lead pencils recently pur hued by the school board I take it Itgranted that the 200000 lead pen ids must of necessity be for som other purpose than for writing and figuring purposes That other pose must be for jsckstraws in playground If this traInload of purff ells were not of suiUbU aU iW f 1 T AT ESILA SNedtres kws an verleet if oaly wcj obey them but disease follows dUobedl ie Ge Knitfbt te Nature for the cur to the forest there are mysteries there eflM elwhicfc we MB fathoa for you Take the bark of the Wildcherry tree with BMdnke reet Oreoa grape root Btoae root queenS root bloodroot and tfeleM Md root mike a eieatie lycerio extract ot them with just the right I reei rtieMr aad TuihaverDOCTOR PURGES GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY t It taekDr Pierce with the auUtaaee of two learned cbemittt sad phanna slits Boay months of hard work experimenting to perfect ri O efickscy this vegetable altentivf and tool extract of the greatest MnCWPAWLETof3IUlvlHeCalICwrites Iwish to tell you that Jhave used your Golden Medical Dis covery In my family for twenty years We have had a doctor called In but once during that time I have a family greatItfDlscavery arid Pellets1 which wo use when sick t J1Dr PiereeVJnMMftt Pellets regulate and invigorate ltoaueh live t d bowels Sujarceated tiny gmulev A I r jrtjcitstraws natcnrtn mgnt oc HoWeYerfurnlchedthecouM get abunit aruaeent out of breaking up and akli mumble pep oat it tbe uiio worth of good ilchooltarnltJrE toMc wu thrown OlliCel the schoolhou t to make room lot aa w furrlture vi ft was shy on spee eft oat eo tl per said and the papers are rlwaya risht tulingonthis schoolboardformation that one of the colored teachers takes her klndergartenta round to cor oran Art gallery once a week and there entertains these little 6yeardld tots by pointing but to feat1frespaintings In this whole country Uncle Sam pays In salaries houses and grounds geyearin4000000MrChaJrm yourUncleyourJ11UnJlhouJd and the purbascdored kindergartents of the district Laughter Kentucky my native state will erect a monument to my otorderwhich ectablishes a precedent upon which Kentucky taxpayers may have theselittlement to the Old World to gather up for the Washington playgrounds all the bogus pieces of the masters which J Pierpont Morgan did not have un loaded Upon him Laughter While Kentucky would thus honor mtf Mr Chairman for having done nothing more than unwillingly made the opportunity for such a chance to pefld the public money marble shaft and fulsome epitaph for you Mr Chairman who established the precedent would be but mockery of the honors which Tennessee would confer upon you for giving her Kentuckys pourUteglorious work Again Mr Chairman the printed thisbitrthat the peoples money Is spent to teach the young men and young la dles black and white from 6 years to years to trip the light fan tastic toe By all means the playground paid for by yourw constituent and mine should be equipped with a ballroom ftoorsIored and utlerwlsemay In swallow tall coats and kid gloves sleeveless piedlicipleswhoIare teaching fom the pulpit that sensual embrace of the round dance leads dtrectly In the great hereafter 101whichupon the cross Dancirjg and Shower Baths tet us Mr Chairman that our earthly fame may be more lasting and that our glorious hereafter may be rewarded with a halo as bigasa horse collar go back to those school Items deprive the common herd of taxpayers with bended backs crooked fingers and bleeding palms from participation In the erection of this dancing tabernacle and give all theI glory to the men of God In Tennessee and let them pay for it Laughter Mr Chairman in another of the school board reports r find that one of the colored school teachers de scribes the splendid shower baths which have been erected In his school asks now In simple justice to the District of Columbia that a swimming pool be put lnat public ex pense But that Is of no moment do either Kentucky or Tennessee or the other states all they haye to do with Is to pay for It IThen another colored teacher so says wants a greenhouse erected and maintained at public expense in connection with lila school Mr Chairman why should he not have It In this climate the flowers bloom only in the spring and that Id entirely too seldom for this gentle man of gingercake hue Where you and I reside the chrysanthemum has hardly faded until the lilac blooms and almost Immediately after that the Mareschal Uiel which has remained green from fall to spring blossoms Into beauty and fragrance puts out Its tiny arms and renews Ha kindly and annual embrace of our humble cottages which stand upOn the sites where 50 jeers ago spacious colonial homes were the pride of Dixie land Mr Chairman this school l teacher and the children in his school are referred to in the report of the board of education as yet bearing Inherited marks from cruel burdens placed upon their parents by heartless taskmasters of the south Mt Chairman it costs the taxpayers of the Union only a few million dollars a year to keep up this teach lug of race hatred In the district public schools Now why not in the name of all that is good for the Union should he who is inculcating these ideas into the youth of his color not Have a greenhouse at public expense Laughter fUnder the precedent which you Mr Chairman have Just established play grounds may be equipped wherever the district officials may In the exer cite of their official functions deem best and as these equipments are within the cope of their selection would it not bp well to Increase the appropriation and erect an Uncle Toms Cabin t Not only 1s music taught In the Washington schools but these self playing pianos pianolas I believe they call themare put In and paid for by your and my accordian Constituents Those instruments are not there for Instruction because it re quires no more teaching to play one of those mechanical Instruments than it does to turn a grinding organ Un der this new precedent that district officials can equip anybodys play grounds and can equip them with such games and amusements as they choose why not send these pianolas from the schoolhouses to the school playgroundsMr I am not afraid to TaylorvaJdforte learned to charm and thrill the souls of the musicloving men and women of this country but If he wishes to hang his fiddle and bow upon the wall never to take thorn down again and take lessons upon the pianola or the grinding organ ho I theIl TTT wl I1C saa against Senator Taylor takinj uessona on tht grinding organ at tvo xpese of the American citizen If lat con cession is made to him he i ly next iLmant take lessons Intl public school with the bear and tl rimm The g lading organ and thel ar and the dr im muft hv all m r be rlrene for tlr plan y foreign irn who me In Washington declining nir cIt izenahip refusing to pay taxi hoard in 4 our money to be s nt b rc to a f relgnl land while all the ti ji their children are receiving the nd antagss of free tuition free bunks ft scientific instrument and hut phes In the schoolhouse When th dcslr able ones of these beroj e citi zens with us take upot them selves the oath to sup fit the constitution and Old Glo help support the government tl jh Mr Chairman I am willing for hm go into our taxsupported pla jkounda and receive the long tedious pd dim cult Instructions from our ac ihpllah ed teachers upon thei grlndln organ then they should be permitted jto play witfi our Teddy bear andat our tdrftom but not until then Mr Chairman under Jh tight wad pubjic school system s Ich the American congress Imposes the District of Columbia the pif l have cooking schools The teacl IR give the public money to llttje hildren send them to market and h re them taught how to buv These s keepers In these markets who to i them do not I imagine charge too tytle fur the teaching When they have had this Ssoh in buying they takc or have sa rto the school that which the sta keeper has taught them to buy t pn It Is Eerved in five and six coil festi bles I recently saw one f these menu cards It had Ice ere n on It I asked the principal of the school he was a colored man7ber the children made the ice ic am or tought It He said they slight it already frozen but he coulI not tell me how much teaching It r ulred to have the children and the n Invited guests to learn hQw to eai But Mr Chairman that Is of bu little Interest to your constituents ir mine All they have to do is to t rk hard 16 hours out of the 24 tijjget tho money with which to pay fo tall Then in the public schoo here In Washington they have sewii schools The government furnishes em with the material which ttiey i ss In the sewing lessons They ma aprons and so forth and then nfte they are made they are made thee garment cannot can not eI nile anymore sa they just let the r take It home with her IJ Also Teach NJIIHne Then they teach miilln y In tho public schoOls here The t 4rnmeet buys the untrImmed h4 fi Jives als6 material with which to trIm bern The teacher gives instructions h to trim the hats When a girl haSltrlmmed t one to suit her new dress tls trim lit luorclitschool board says if shcjg Wants to trim Mother she does so after it is trimmed It is trltrned is of no use to Uncle Sam he doc not wear that kind of headgear and jic girl Is told just to run along ho with it and give it to one of the fibBut Mr Chairman yoconstltu ents and mine do not cal anything about that all they havve do with the inatturis to plow con pick cot ton and hoe tbbuccp so tn ienn get the money with which to iy for all this There are a lot of other ings done in the Washington schools jth which the people back in the i tea have nothing to do except PY bills recently came across a rem furnishing automobiles for s eof the school fraternity The Wlypald rchool teachers back hi th States do iot care anything about th All they have to do with it is to be ixed upon heir own small salaries help buy thbsp automobiles for the ashlngton school teachers If a janitor ora schoo is caught hauling off coal covered uj lth ashes Om the school he may 09 prlmanJ ed but he does not fail bavA his confederate put In a bill or hariyng the ashes away but t taxpayer back In the States does ot care all he has to do with It Is to iy the coal ana pay forhaullng the aics The ashes are hauled away free from every mans back rI In Wash ington But the taxpayer jtyck In the States has nothing to dt with that all he has to do is to pay i tho hauling A number of dentists aril mploynd to do dental work for r irly 60000 schoolchildren in Wash ton these children rnhging In age fnj years to 66 yearssome of the rnnntural Izcd foreignersIBut the people buckIi Kentucky an1 Tennessee have lint to do with this but pay onolml If tho bills The school children tl w chiMreii ranging In ay from Irto 66 j P11 Iwvf I1vl th out tlinmpi lijo fumlg tft trvrt Hut the PlIt of th Unit dl ales have in tlilnv trt tn h t qtor but to pav n hilf r t tiIs Tliesc Kinne tchuol c Irpn have tmlnecl nurses to wnlt on them when Rut that lsol io concern to tlm iootIo In me dlf mt states all pnydcntlploy traohors for their ii children and then pny ono half ofI tit cost for nearly Phroll o jlmnrrchll dren birch cnldron wht Children of the Ant rlcnn ctlzpn chrn of the forcIsncr who ilisdairis flag chil then j years old cniidi 6C years old lint the mcrcliantj ne farmer the laborer the school ijchlld the school teacher bark In tm Stales has nothing to rlo with rlxccpt pay onehalf of the hills tlU1 Tho poor man in thtil iront states of the Union buys sohisi hooks for his own children nail thn ontrlbnte toward the Iwrlte ol jthe school millionIu1ren A great bowl goes uJ ii Wafhlnt ton against the comrpfttee which would not this year buUdt two new rboatAndeyes bccacse Iutand Wstwrrn the people in an effort to stoii raids upoit the public treasury B rapto I objec to giving away real estatje owned br thtUntteJ States I ani arorow Be1 cause I obnct to Iiavingth jovcti ment go Into ilz coistrpctlon bus ness for the street car IarIOtni- stead of ptlckb to irvBrnmfentaL functions I am wroas Efecauwi Ibject to seeing ono gang of man layiiwr sUcots followed in ajahort tjme by another gang tearing thcim up I am not progressive Bec3n 1 ojjVt l see lne men hero t io v F wt iTsr rmo are in nitrc3 in onrcl the unfortunate pay ur est on rowtd uo ten am Inter forit with contracts Because I wlfh he homeless renter should be peinrted to pay an small r rate of ttin vpon Ills PItle efferu In the ret trd house PlYsIlIpenlivis then I am an anarchist rheow er ofthe house pays adollar and a alfr rate on twothirds valuation Tb makes his rate a dollar a hun drcloaareal valuation The tenant pays a dollar and a half a hundred oh a full valuation upon hl personal AlljpropertyWould one shouldbe soIreveInot taxed at all Intheptovidedthatpay wholly jof her own revenues and I shall lOUt district should hepermitted to pleaseSbutI this moneyIbody1ectedand I would be glad to see the dls trlct have the privilege to expend her own money just as the people of the district wish to spend It It above nil others whom I have heard express themselves upon the subject am In favor of a democratic local selfgov ernment In the district levyiler18 sets expend untrammeled by congress her owjn taxes then she will appreciate a responsibility which will encourage congress to help her with a generous hand A spirit or wastefulness will stop congress quicker than anything else In a desire to aid the district Now Mr Chairman we have heard all these years that whatever the District of Columbia wanted of the United States it got The language jufet used by me I believe shows that to be conclusive I never quite understood bow It all came about but the Washington rest of Aug 25 igii had this tosay The drift of the welltodo and in fluential element toward this city could take no better turn than we tee in the Increased number of con gressional homes Once they become interested it Is noticeable that mem bers undergo a change of heart that bodes no IIP for the municipality Evidently they come to see what Washington really needs Mr Chairman I s wln the Wash Ington Evening Star of Friday Jan speikl9ofward the District of Columbia eaysj In Its restrIctlve treatment by th House from year to year In the ter dt appropriations the district pr seats the figure of a growing you denied clothing adapted to his tram Thus the house would hand the cap ital municipality a suit this year 6f the same size as last year or even smaller WIth wrists protruding from the coat cuffs with knees exposed by upstretchlng knickerbock ers with waistcoat falling to make connection with the Tower part of the costume with coat tightly stretched Across an expanding chest and strain ing at buttons the developing district presents a sorrowing figuxe after it has been fitted out by the Moose appropriations committee according to the measurements and style laid down by thd latest bill to come from that body The tendency of such a policy iIs to subject tho municipality to ridicule District Wont Be Weaned Mr Chairman 1 have seen that boy I met him on the highway not long ago Before I saw bird 1 met a woman In the road She came running down the road In haste looking back first over one shoulder and then over the other as if danger followed She did not ask any protection from me however She seemed In no apparent danger asked her no question and she fled along When I turned a crve In the rrqi I met a great big fiit chubby boy 16 or 17 years old ili curls hanging down his back Ie nibplratlon rolllne down his fice tt11 up the rocJhc came run UK JVhen ajgt him he stopped mo andsilJ ATUt r dill you meet a won ar op the tOad just ahead of irp srlkll iitUd He Mid Was S P qre ln a black suit cf cloth J wlh a hjack bonuct and a bj blac- eluierl In her hat I snW Yes that st1t w uanJ iaiEBnl she was run plrT Pc raW Woll1 want to tcl her ViiJ jtJt 1t nx Jvo youf ore anl ibUgy that L nay cstcb herr said I do no Jinw about that First toll mo whit you wart vith her lie then dalil That te my mamma and she is trying to Wcan me and swear do not intend Id lot her do It Laughter Mr Chairman take this boy which the District of Columbia says must wenr short brreches and an UlfltHnir Do tfou Get Up With a Lame Back kidney Trquble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr JifmJrs- wampRoot the great kidney liver and n iblttddcr remedy be its remark IIIIcausehealth restoring Swamp Root fulfills almost 1 1IIevery wish in over ir coming rheumatistr pain in the back Icrd neys liver bladdei and every part of the urinqry passage It corrects inability to zoldwaterandscaldlngpainin passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go ofter through the day and to get up manj times during the night SwampRoot is not lecommended for verything but if you have kidneylivei or bladder trouble it Will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in private practice and lass proved so successful that a special are tiuiKcnicnt has been made by which all readers of his paper who have not ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how tc findontifyouhavekid k bladder trouble IIleyor g writngmention thIs generous = thi paper send your address to Dr Khmer Co ii ii lilnghamtonNY Theregnlarflhtycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot- Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the slssBingliaitonN VoncyerYbottIc i 7 U jmrtz attn to your uncre Sam and then what does this picture tresent No clothes at all will fit hlnu Jf a suit perchance bad been made at some time or other where the trousers were for a on legged man and the oneIcjrged an were willing to have the Tous rII made In that way then they nlvl fit your Uncle Sam because one of his legs has been pulled so long by the Dls trict of Columbia that there Is useforbut one leg In those noll Laughter What kind of avhat mustvt your UndO Sam havjsf They say 1modetnj no come matter from where the ostsI Yet your Uncle Sam has wearing the same hat since he com moncqd pouring puljllc money Into this bottomless pit from which no dollar ever returns Take his opal It has been tattered and torn during all this time and he has had but one suit of clothes while this big fat chubby boy with curfy locks has bad a new one every year and now when the committee calls a halt they complain because for the first time since 1874 or as fIr as that Is concerned for the first time since 1838 when the District of Columbia was bankrupt he Is not to have a new suit of clothes What has this boy beepdenied t I say positively noth lag That chubby bWln other words the District of Columbia has teen given the last dollar and then some to which the law entitles him Now we come I say to where the federal government does not asi more than that to which It Is entitled under the law but the time now comes when the federal government is psked for that which the district has unlawfully received joT long years when as a matter of fact In not one of those years has the district been legally envied to it Frljjhtful Indictment Mr Chairman one of the most appropriate things I ever saw lit the language a thing that was opportune thehand is opportune now J dnd in on old report Mr Sims A report of Whit Mr Johnson of Kentucky Are tort oCa Congressional committee The report In speaking of conditions which then existed had this to say In speaking of the district government They have laid their hands upon all the organized forces of the com munity they have captured every sour e of Influence public and pri vate they have dictated the conduct of tie presr controlled the legisla ture and manipulated the courts they have demanded he Irresponslblo cisburseraent of the public funds they have secured the arbitrary ap lolntment of all officials high and llowr they have cultivated congres rional committees they have de lauched public servants they have surrounded the president they have patronized the rowdy element they lave intimidated th primary asscm binges of the people they bare pack d political meetings they have conspired to overthrow political organi zations they have IniroBed their can didates upn the people and driven voters to their support through threats of starvation they have sup pressed reedopi of speech In the Dls trict of Columbia and made liberty of lolltlcal action an offence they have seduced tho wealthy tyrannized over the poor ostracised the honest and persecuted the independent they nave retained the leading members of the bar subsidized the churches fled schemed for the control of the school and charitable fund they have fought the power pf appointment of Judges to bOthe mjnteters arid have made the police agcntsof their will they hUvo organized a militia estab lishment on the basis of an army corpsI i This grave Indictment if anywise true of the late governing power of the district becomes at wipe a lesson and a prophecy when lt is contem plated to vest still broader powers upon the commissioners other thanp those conferred upon the governor and board of public works Mr Chairman that Is a frightful lh dictment but In that indictment a prophecy Was made Has that prophecy been fulfilled Is It not b lag fulfilled every day and every hour while we stand here You hear itII said on the streets and you see it in the press that an attetppt Is goln to bo made to repeal the halfandhalf system But reallzhi their enormi ties realizing that the government of the United States has protected this Infant industry the District of Columbia to the point where the high protective tariff has nrotectcd the in fant manufactories of this country namely tothe detriment of the peo pie they fear and tremble Unit out of Just Indignation it may bo repealed They flee when no man pur sueth When they fear Its repeal what Is their first step To tho White House they Cee There as pro dieted 30 years ago they surround tho president of the United States end when they emerge Cromthe White House they cOme with smiles faces saying to tiem upontelr others Do riot fear for plan because If the American congress repeals It the president will veto It The com mlttee on the affairs ot the District 01 Columbia has sought to arrive at the condition of the accounts between the District of Columbia and th i United States Are facilities being given to the accountant and to that committee Let us See Twice has the secretary of the treasury refused even to answer a polite letter from the chaIrman of tht committee on the District of Columba asking that the man who has been In charge of these I accounts for nearly 25 years be per dllLhowdll Members of congress kn wUiatat the north of the treasury b lldlngI there Is a long flight of granite No Answer to Letters Back under those steps covered with the dirt of a third of a century are the oll accounts between the United States government and the account1into lnndl of taking off his clothes down to his undershirt and going back under these nasty dirty steps and there taking out bQoks upon Whicha hand has not been laid for a quarter of a century to seek what he finds HaVe thq great officers of this coUhtry given to the American congress the right which the American people have especially when that rlglit Is asked In thS most polite and dignified terms If It is denied by any one lie should simply deny it but not re- fUse to answer a polite letter as two of nur Iqtierg haye not feea aMwrd r 010 nvretaryot toe treasury But 1lJOusehtent it could ujr to the present time11 tut the power bf this rouse will I r cay be called upon If necessary to force the production of those books IT these high officials who have then helpInghandd States government whom they represent has had and is to have ai jfair settlement of Its accounts cttweea the gqvernmenj of the United jStates and the District of Columbia then JsaY God help this country Atchange is impending The Infant manufactories have been prot by a tariff wall so tong that the tedIpIe in the llast congressional arose frpna Ocean to ocean and the gulf to the lakes and beq use Of jj that uprising there is a majority rpon this side of the house today tihich wishes and which intends to see ithat the accounts between the government of the United tates and the District of Columbia nave been properly kept Applause Activity of 100ihe This is but th9 beginning of another question This select 100 I be l1eve they call It beVe hang around the Capitol doors add beseech and GOJ8ca l GOJ8 l home here which he might call his own but no matter bow much he has paid they will ever call It theirs Let one of you whose city they say this is offer to take one item of anything Without paying two prices for It and then see whether It IS your city or theirs I say Mr Chairman hatiIs the lame condition which arose and caused a public uprlsjhg in this land against the trusts which are but the outgrowth and the offspring of tnl- high1 protective tariff Now there comes and Is rising frotn1 daY to day fbi in the halls of congress alone but throughout this l1nda cry that motley is b ing taken from the tax tr IiCO11 fCENTf1i t cpt NOTNARCOTIC at1LthwfmYm JfrInYcArE ti iern Lion Sour StolsaILDiatrtsCZ- I WormnsOIiUISloii5YCWTlS- ngssantILosorSLEEP- 5e j li TarSin1iie Stifl5 ct e NEW YOI HiExat Cow of Wrapper i I CARDUI YOU r 7wr a1 tTY j awaybeye r thrown to tho winds jn swimming poOls greenhouses and tlilps like ttthat which our children In the eden try never dream of getting tturinf whJi4theylirlatlng sixty odd thousand dollar with which to biiy boots forthechUf oren of this district I offered an amendment to Insert before the word children the wordIIndigent That amendment got practically et ry Democratic vote but did not get 4 single vote on yonder side of the houses If our school children MC to buy school boofcs at home and then J have the pennies taken from their pockets to buyJ achool books for the ttbenthe right kind of Americans they will t tolerate it no longer But Mr Chair man the prophecY which r read t you buta moment ago shows rhad It in a neWspaper clipping hefeJbnt e r do not find It pow I hav5t herejIn the Washington Times of ApririS i 19il I lad these words used by a fro b7thejYoudistrict are like ft lot ot I otf with just as much Intelligence as In dlans ire governed 1 have seenegis latloI passed for the district that haJt1 shanied me fpr my citlzenbip In the United States As forecast nearly 30 Sears got the president has been surioUaded the high officials have been brought vineuRpicloh at least the ministers may save been subsidized by this crowdI to help fasten upon the District of Columbia that condition which we pow have It Is of no t1orelmport iince to me than It Is lo any ther member on this floor but I do JTeeI that because of my position om the committee on the District of Colum ibIa T should call attention these things The remainder of Mri Johnson speech was a legal Argument e1aUeI to tie liability of Iha United StheaI upon 15QOOOdO orhohds j 1 1 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Soaghi S t Bears the L Signaure ur of tt ir f In 9Use For over Thirty Yes CASTO RIA CinaUR s scwves em k Pains AU Over You are welcome says Mrs Nora Guffey of BCokeiiHArrow OkiattOi use my letter In any way you want to if it will induce ome suffering woman to try Cardui 1 hd pains allover and suffered with an abscess Three phy sicians failed to relieve me Since taking CarduJ 1 am ii better heklth than ever before and that means much to me because Isuffered many years with womanly troubles o different kinds What other treatmentS I tried helped m- tfor few days fcnly r t t I 1WothLTonic 1 IDont watf until you are taken down sick befOre tofci ing care of yourself The small aches and pans arid other i symptoms of womanly weakness and disease always mean worse io follow unless given quick treatment You woulcl always keep Cardui handy if yo knew what qui k permanent peliefit gives where weakness and disease of ttIe womanly system makes life seem haril to bear Cardui has help dover a million women TryM Writ Ladles d q PePt CWtI1oo MedIclne CoCba T forSpectallnstmcOoiu and 64ptc book HaSte Treatment forWeaes seat ke9ti3 WANT a Better JoB11 IThatquett1OtiWllI bo asked yog felmost daily by bubes meeehbg your seMcs If qualifytakc the DraugbqitTralnlflgafldsbOw ambition tothe MorehANKERS 1ndorseDRAUGHON Colleges than biiorse allthe baa- ness colleges COMBINED 48 CotJegedn l States IntematlQil reputAts ItashiartTnewrUisr P smambip rdkla1 aeiUr ArltSa te Ist4a WSesT- awY1LU auUtary Uo GUAJWqEEI uMUeoabs isMW Bookkeeping Boolckcepers all over NussSW y ThoswdsMkfa4t- h United States say that Dr4ughons krs and sk s NewSystQpl ofi3ookkecpin saves them hog Xt positions al the of IIi rom25 to 50 percent Iii workandworry taklng raughol18Hom8tu Shorthand Practicallyall U S oII eA TALOGOLptprkQtI DABGolIhorthSeur e a Af6wri UhyDRA1GUONSPRYFICAL BUSINE L- Nuki11s oiMsaiihI er T KJ a 4 r