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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t f ir tI F iT r i I IjI L iitI t r t 11 1I 0 1Ii1 iit 1i f 1 1 1 11jf nn Tir Ii i JtL 1DbriJ iTO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY i 1tr tIit Iit io r c I j j i i j I qi 1 I VUME IV iiiSPRINGFIELD KJf WEDNESDAY I MARCH 4 I 1908 p HUMmER aj J r 1jIi L H fl f S f iDTORI4 I- bAri HE DEAL IiSince cckhms elt ith Cburier J l Li Tournalin n eor ground 19turp nJO its owz4 c con irlllcia in 4 irianrie to s tlier the JE1 lengthy ind n alicioUs jfalsefjbojdsj to thorn j effect tht Beckham refus d It with draw fiomth6 Senatorial r ehen hifr1UJound He CO ldnotI wm UJidbr I iheadjinei these willfu and cljimsy lies prostltrtempLible j It iisa fact ofT c the Courier JjournalMs ware everY effort was mnadeytc induce the jolting 3 eraotratsf 4 ornaif e the man leyen MtXJrekfy h kny dec en white man and he Beck am foloers assured them that theJ would ta dwith thfeni and elect man of 1hir choice jutrefJto SefuedJtp consider putj JisI fenSBdekham consented tt1idraw roihljiace and aiopromsdto do 1litoer to elect tiny rfspctab1e- jlperaocriiithstt thefbojters woildname jutr their rejected his offers aid turned ddafeurto his entreaties r ta The fs ct is that nefaHous and damn fable trade was made fore the Legis ature onyened It jjwas cmcjhed I Fwritten Im black a dihit tt wasJ iocksurcompulsaryalumiir fre J was necessary to dFser the Kgqods5How much pig consideration Itf 5dii i h tlle utslde Ithois bu we I re informed that it uJre thee gures to write the tmdunt that one Sraitoros scoundrel alone reciived Some one has said that a Dirthright i rias ben bartered Nay nay not sor cI His birt irightivaV traded yea smgo fort ra mess of pottage arid God Apiighty sO ly one birthright to e ich of us hat sirred right is destroyed 6ve sou becomes dead to remorse and picniie of chagrin ca4rever bel sen ijpon the face Braze nry takes the place of shame and blush ss are im1 pieeifale An individual who ttu mains 1i l U slays quarters an i scatters tl1e suffrage of a Legislative Istrict to I ftie Qpwindswithmf litt e concern 14rachi d scatters coBifetti at a country Sfalir ndtlX affrdhtery ofthe con j r suthma puppet i comp fbrazonry of the WI IdSOI on the plains ft- Qfl i Judua as repulsive to ecency as uredsknksNotieven a 01 IS seenID his coUr tenance when he faces the con st tuenq he betrayed and iVi h the duplicity ofa doped doodle1 he an novndes that he votfed for B radley for the Democratic partys sake 4 jCoyerj hIand them with the black cloak of oblivion and let us f rget that Ithe world was ever infested with this breed of cawing buzzards t 1The persistent fight mad by the fodurierrJournal for Bradley Jooze and ffj T tternJssantounted to naught Its ivocabuliry of misreipresents tion and 4 ftlsehoc i would betted have been saved tfciir another occasionj and thus for a time re Ieved itself of odiumi The CtUri r Journals etestable istrugglc to defeat Beckhan dno rig with the bo ti1fm jmtiers o- fI Leg slature Th yKnAw fwhat had to1 be d ne before they went ID Frankfort to take the oath of offi Just as the con ractor knows his dut vjhen he signs tfc e contract Matters ere so ar ranged that there could be iurhing back he CourierJournal al 3c doubt iejBSknew about the deal bui made its Villifyir g htin aii effort to inflame the putiic mind against Be kham and pithis i nanner protect the bo tars from he WI tenng scorn of loyal I eciocrats tItw is well knowni at lea it x those naf us who receiyed priya e adyices I betlected near the ofthepespion It i t j OSJ t tIr J ti7 J i tA was also JKttown tha the county unit bill would pass the HO se with a whoop and a hurrah 1j but tha when ifi reached theSeiiateIiwguld stnke the snags of vthe lid a1m eve ry httle current and there jweiir awaj ruiitc uched in the pj eon lioleof c mitte Brad leys election vas due o this ceal The whisky trUst traded its votes for the life of thedpunly unit illan Bradley rides into tho mOs august body in the world ujoia wave of Boo e If by smoikh parliamentary t ictics the te nperancej people should js cceed m getting the unit bill beforel the Senate tneie may ba chanqe for iteointhe abf of threatnng c iristitue its a ftw ofitheId an Sen ahsrfiay for tgpromi 3es to the ote for the bill preferring purichaser rath from the folks at horie rrh tse onJrc4ncasblitelyt- he only he pe for the billahd it isnt p1uednickelsbhe e Govj Beckllan becal se of aiy neglect ori disregard of put lie dujLy while he was Governoliof Keli bucky Notwith st every effortiwa pu forth by that paper to uncover some violation of public trusf like Hs captaiis of the Republican party it ailJd1uter1y and miserably fto find a truthful f charge to place at SJngl1 ms door The books we fe 100 addition subtraction n ultiplic tiona d division w rre frequently and freely indulged in but the totals were alvays found disappointingly Correct he crevices were looked into the shelves were peeped upon the clpsets we re ansbkedbut J SSVv3SfoundmenL Then there was a unanimous1 throwing up of bar ds in holy horror Whatshall we do ff that was the despairing question sked by the Republicans r But Wattersori and the Cpurier Journal cons Jingly answered Let not yourselves de troubled breth ren Liel Lie and persistently rgejcal1Y Lieland y fle in such a reckless apd isgrai ieful thinner fhat they arjeriow Barred and will ever be from the Ti4ples 6 Truth +anexclu swe setbfllt l fellows mouths fUl of bigliesIhuddlecl togeth r in their Journaljbecau persons ham allowed telfilie o rapidly and- o furiously t is won the title of Boss Bog cli ctatpr lover the wallow of little pigs and run y shoats it is wellknown to all that the Cour idrJournalg fight Against Beckham was waged oji accour t of pe teonal differences When the Govern dr refused to bowtto the will of Mr atterson and dance adicken g jig tp Watter sonian vibrations the whole layout from the hunble office boy to the Mighty One of the Fl owing Pen turned upon him Ijikei wounded and fought him to a fini4usingas their weapons Bijaiiley Bpoze and Bitter ness L lr Watterjson asfeures the public that hedfdr wan to be Governor the F ham said lie should not be butcin vikof th uncalled for and vicious attacks made rqm tine to time upon Gov B0ckharti ve are constrained to believe that Mr Wattersons ambition to be Kentucky e Chief Executive was frosted py Beckh ims nav I nay The bittier and unrelenting warfare waged by ihe Cpurie r Journal against Gbv Beckham could not have been waged bec nr alf easance in of flee ontheJafJoftheGoveiior l ecauje after weeks 109 and research ing tearirij upjack lookingatthe books and snorting and stumbling around through the State offices at Frankfdrt in search f campaign thunder and lightning Republican rampant ers found naufeht but Itgood accounts But for that matter ItheCoutierJour nal has never cont of fighting ip even eproing corrupt tie other hand it shielded rlqitea lumber of years a soulless gani that had charge of the t iI t- f 1 f municipal affairs of Louis yille Certainly circums ances onje Urderthewould fhe columns of that paper forj an exposure reb ike or criti cism of a mariWilO had pi oyed recre ant to a public trust Beckham as Governor pfjKentuckr gave the people a clear economic business administration bu tj during h is occupancy 6f the executi chair by reason of his loyalty to duty and His refusal tp heed the desires of certajin crirnina1classes he mad many ene mies hot a few of them ieing among that vicious class of v riardheelers whose rendezvous are in tle rear rooms of low dives where balk t boxes are stuffed rind suffrage elaugl tered untler the direction of the bosses behind bears in the front roomsI Beckhan1 was the true ind certainly AntiSajobnLeague ting thejcjebt of gratitude it OV den t broadcast over KJentucny a telegram- that assisted the fellows to destroy the onl man who ever had courage enoughias Governor of the State to give tofthe League a cju with vhich many rooms were destrjoyed But w lats the bselto Irurninate Politicsishe1l l Beckham is drb ahdout al r least for the present 1 But riever was zmar niolreuh nerci fully lied on nor more viciously ma ligned than J C W Beck lam 1 PLATFORHst Thepiatfprm of a party is its pledge to the people Itiis the pa tys c ntract with the voter When th2 repr isenta tives ofn political part meet in con- YCPtioiirind adgpt a trJ m and place upon tht plai form a candidate that party sdysto the people Read pur platform o ir princii les are herein then Iif yoi agree Print that these iples should be carried out vote for the cindi ate re have placed upon this platform anlhe in the lafrmakin assembly of State will nb vote but will worl to the end that these principle may be emI bodied into laws Ther4ore ji candidate hf elected to cfficcs is in honor bound to do his utmost toft Ifili the promises In his partys platform If he refuses to do this hii rYes rjecreant to the trust imposed in Turn ana places his parly in the attitude of betraying the voter The violation of a contract of this nature is mst Eenqus more serious than the viola ion of a contract between two individials because in tvro SeopIe are ajf feetedjnthepther hundreds of peo1o- are aEf beted and a political partjiis la ediiltthe light of p pu a n in office who violated a sacred obliga tion fJ H I MrI C Jackson IRe from Marion c untyelect upon platform demandi g ena ment rfa county unit law voted aJtainslthe passage of thfe county unit last Thursday A GOOD FIGHT It ws s a good fjght Mr Beckhan andro carried the cOlofwell TIje odds w re against you bet ginning of the miserable game ani defeat yas inevitable iWith that Big BellowerrHilariou leading the batallions of mudslinger to the f ont and the Whisky Trust and the Dev 1bf1gingthe bplfiers in the rear tl ere was no sJping defeat without oliIilar bills em But we congratulate yoi Mr Beck ham Uthe brilliant 1int you made against the most beautlfullest gang of liteiat liars and Satahic Majesties that ha inhabited this good old world since ttiel demise of J Iscariot and P Pilotl It ay be some c nsiionto Mt Lillard 4oj haveJiis actio approved by that nigger paper If Ld TIlE ANTI SALOON LEAGUE AMPTHE HAND IT PLAYED th close elections the most trivial thing 0 f t e itptddu s1 farreaching results 1or example that AntiSa lodhTLeagUetelegram sent out on the ev6f the election defeated Beckhan for United States Senator and will in all probabihty prevent the passage of thcs county unit bill i In close Senatorial arid Legislative districts it defeated a number of loyal friends of temeancthe Leagues most ardent supporters Let ustake thecase of the editor df The Sun who was the Democratic th inee for State Senator in this district Every intelligent man and woman inj Washington county knows that we ae voted page after page of The Sunto the cause oft local option We burnt tiaimattthe type case like a gaily slave thatf we 4ayWeet toi procure testimonials from lo cal option towns setting forth the ad vantages the people derived from dry cities The victory in this county was decisive Files of The Sun were used tiallor nearly all of the counties in the S ate where contests were after wards waged Washington being the first county in the State ti open the- tattie against barrooms The Anti Saloon League knew that the whisky interests were fighting the editor ofj this paper in eyery conceivable manner they kn wtheseiinterests desired our defeat fi st to prevent us froth attempting at least to do things at anIexample out crfus which would enable them t6 Say to all political aspirj arts In this sejction If you would bej successful at the you tiust riot an tag l1ze usiWhat we did to Gore we will do to you If you cross us you are a markedman and when lU bob upyoi are pur meat Dare out- odn you hats the sizeiof itj The Anti Saloon League knewlof the game and it knew that all sorts of schemes from putting out decoy ducks to voting on the table at 10 a clip would be resorted to yet It sat with folded arms as stolidly as the pyramids until those affidavits came froth Republican headquarters sworn to by some gentlemen who doze through sUm- mer and hibnate through winter on beer kegs in the rear of barrooms an flouncing tha Hager had gone over bodys6uli arid pantaloons to the san loons and the tenderloins Then it got busyfi and takteg seat w th pen in hand wrote and sent 300 worth of tel egrarts placing at Ha the accusation the ertdoorcorn posing this sratorial di edl its voters were called upon to partyof which the editor of Tjhe Sun is a member arid under whose device his name appeared as the nominee for State Senator W9dO not fl that the Anti Saloon nle owes us anything for the war fare we waged against barrooms in this county two years ago that was a fight for principle 1ninborn fire of desire burned in our very soul to strike at that thing which hovers over the land as a gigantic monster striking down American iqafehood and devastating American homes and we fought the hardest fight of our life If it is to bq fought over again we will go into the battleavetetanof the late war1 and God helping us We will fight to the finish as loyally as ever soldier fought for the principle we learned to love in the days of childhood The only request we will have to make IB that we be not patted on the back by the same hands that stabbed us in the dark Certainly the Anti Saloon League owes us nothing except fair treAm4a- nd courtesy and that consideration that is due every man who tries to do t his In duty v Marion county Mr John Barr the H Democratic nominee for I the Legislature one of the old and true friends of the League a man who had worked for and voted for every temperance measure that came before the Legis lature of whichhe was a member was opposed by Mr T Ci Jackson an out spoken friend of the whisky interests out the Anti Saloon Leaguewasas silent as the lips of death It sent no telegrams to Marion county asking Re publicans to bolt Mr Jackson nor did tsilodelected went to thet Legislature and true tb his convictions lined up with rs1dayBy way of parenthesis it May not be out of fplace to say that the editor of thtIStateenatelog but the method would have been contemptible disgraceful and las r pul7 Isive to decency as rioting maggots The deal was hintiinththway Said a gentleman to the editor of The Sun about three months before the last November election IJDo you believe the present local opj tion law is ample 13J fayor an absolute count unit bill and if elected will do all in ypoweii to have it passed ti wa1unamq had previously been entioned1 an attdrney of Louisville r prese tjng- theshiskytrust that you aresatis fied with Kentucky local option laws as they now are that they the whisky people will not oppose you In seventeen different hinds ofJa4 guage all of which are I Barred froth thisvarticle by postoffice rul js and regulations we declined to suck at the teat of the whiskytrust Alittle later we w recall d to Lduisw VIIl e by telephone arid another gentleman insistedfor about one quarter of a minutethat tne only wyIwe could win the race for State Senator would be t whistky olk We refusedrviqlated the ithircl of the Ten Commandments ten times in te5 seondsboard the train carn nome and went up Salt River like jgreased lightning II i We lost the mess of But praise the hav our birthright HOJyonelwe to ikeep it That is thing- fvtluewecan will to the toy and the through the exit of Dirty dealers and dickerinj dastards jtheji are the wise ones guarantee happen to order Put your birth ighr m the slot apd take your mess of pottige Shjew buzzards we aint rotten yet 6i Q t fiC6t L 17t f f6 Eggft i For 11a4Ppbses 1or15 White Plymoth JtqekssT- he Best Breeds in the Worldof ficial strains male birds scored by Judge Lane from 2j to 93J points A C Kimball IISpringfieldKy 11 t J h J J 1 t r L t 1k i V JOHNSON OF TtEFOUYHt f r njz At a meeting of the Fourth District Congressional Committee held 8ib Xf Old Inn in Louisville lat Thursday rFebruary27M t called for May 16 4thativ ve dateth present Co greSmati Hon Ben Johnson and o courakthprI mary will not be held vtIt is right that Mi Johnritshoiidr hino opposition t oi7 IJe is an ideal Co gressmjan Nott f iffnersubmit to a sort of hazing janliiloc hHs vjis now reco as neof theDempjjv cratic leaders in the louse iA i tHe old fellows cf Congress who have been years in learning the ropfes in niastering parliair entayry bricks and in i1ifcU seatfiii3ithCrearto the front seat in front aerS marvelhig Johnspr of Kejntiicilc S r picked it up in two n onths There is not anot er Congrefeaiqrial f in the United Stab fiiii TeablVf represented than the Old POth rrfor1 the sake of tihe dwtrkfc aii1 f4 ir1 good of the State the Democratic P t will keep Ben Johfnsjri in Congresas i lopig as he will stay An honest representatiyedf thepebV cinthes days of graftsand gbug v V u sand dickers jmd dealingsis arGodsend a id a universal blessing are thankful that he predominating i ch racterlsticofIOU Congriessman is Honesty honesty ir all things MTv cry drop ot his blood is honest blood and the ambition of his life is to fur t ther the interests 01 the peoplis HcxrejRi resents and not to gather fame- wreathes for himself by playing tothef galleries fJ i f The most stupendous barrier ptb Cfl natientpistional Congress and when a district finds an honest sendijhimitcv matand jCongress thb pe Whole teSTt i Htt S try are to be jcongrarlated Mr Johnson none thepicayune traits nor the detestable i JIl thsPFr the average politic anfabout him he J as far from these things jtsjthe dastw from the west he wpuJd not sacriftqijgita small part fhis himpi t fthefuJdazzling political refrment kHis watchwOrd is Truth and iwHetKcr in public or private llfei he never swerv s 1 zfrm 11 He is a Statesman WitKa clean char acter a maniwho manhood abef T 1adkgmammon and Light j j- stiousness ViI Since we have jcnown Mr Johnson we + tfri duties of today must not become tltc tasks of tomorrow we have learned x fo aMihew with steady neryes looking notto the falling chips And we have learnt i- dr that in the heart yfan honest mnt- here is notroorn one drop ofoo4t rdr blood America would be a greater hatiqnk Wj iiTiiIBRADLEYS LECTIONI j As the result of a conspiracy blabk as the souls of the conspfrato oJand as detestable as hell itself Wil him OConnell Bradley was elected to thej United StatbsSeztelast Friday T 11 Ilpheby ra vote of 74 tO 14last ThaiB the Senate Ties where th i ru ICalebJ dahfor the Republican nomination fcr- Coigressinthe Eleventh district Coe gr ssnin are eIctd thiscomIng fat and white Powers is yltiii flail hii r 1 lieyes he wilr e pardthied in thne H5ep fronyail to CongrJn n- If t f v 1 t 4 1fIt rrT rTT1 PJ rrJ T j rTwT 1lt illi I r 2 ttLb THE PRING IE D SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 r 908J t l AD t GEORGE DEWEY iRA r SILiOFROM GRASS r I W- c Sl Devery to Utilize Product rOf T eRockawaYMarshes jj WilllainJ S Devery New Sops for r of ce is ajouty pr dilP e from thyvegetation of the R rkaw y marshes a fabric fine as sflki so fie says He says this fabric can le used fbi nyt whicb the tc tli s made from gtotcoon areemp yea1USt what the fabric Is and how it bJ treat ed heKJeclines to say and little apper totalnln to and touchiri therein can be learned beyond the fact that a com pang ts tot be formed and tie looms of France w11 be brought into competi Lion ith a marSh silk which will be only haifks expensive as hat which owesfltsopglnto the sllkw mi- Call it t remarked Mr Ddvery when asked for details Well I havent 1nestiOnHowr will find Jta 100 to 1 shot walking into homes of Refinement to a brilliant fin ish Aze will certain be going some if that is what we nominate it I doilt Im0w but what we might or ganize the Daffy Down DUI Silk com pany and when everything is in good shape we certainly will give the pub lic a run for its moneyTr What is It Not on your life There are too many of those bright chemist boys around and if I we t into the details they would be mak ng it anti there Woufdtbe nothing mo a in it for W S every But you can take this from me pd that is that It Isa new Innovation and superior to anything Imported WILLISBURG I Bright Star Camp No 507 Royal Neighbors of America met inthe new hall over the bank Thursd y Feb 20 at 2 p m An enjoyable ani profitable meeting was held Many interesting l subjects were discussed Refreshmentsr were ser od- We are glad to report the sick in general improving Nothing of a serious nature now exists known to the writer 1 Mr Seymour Keeling wife and son rof homerafter w friends and relatiyes Mr S B Yeager was in Bloomfield jnessAgiven at the home of Mr William Sutton r Thursday night All Prese t report an enjoyable inieVMr Oscar Colvm of dornishville visited his Parents at this place Saturday and Sunday lI VHE HAD BEEN THERE IH ITSELF t it Mrs Witt +rDont swear like that t George just Because the boys hit you with a snowb ii Dont lose your temper lrWitt77 Lose my temper nothing LID Just sweat n tp please the boys Tbatsi list wantit t i vS l j J Mtl1IIREJi Marriedat F e eric tpwn on the 18 Mr Asker Fie a a prominent farh erj of this vicinity and Miss Yirgie Mat tingly of Lore toReJ Father I ter3 t officiating Immec lately after thecere mDnyitheyjTebair it Ki tof the h6rne of the groom where a surnDtuous dinner awaited them the ebbing about seven tyfive present Tmsyloung couple have a hog asV over m l seas until they r acn the footiofi lifes mountain way ot the mysterious fjture IIi Miss Florence SVarren of Dad Tess county IS Ii1fn Ia- iives ereVMr f Kent bicI tie is in Louisville this week on business Mis biY her t rs and Johnnie visip dj relatives neat Lo retto aturday an Sunday last Mis4 Tibetha W Itmonth s returned to her home in Lebanon after ing th e Mattingly J reldsed dI attend Mrs Bell Hill Spending In Lou sville the jujest of Miss Lois Phil iFs oS Valley Hill spent Sunday Wi h her cousins Misses Mary and Ardella Valker Mr George WiseJ wife and httle son Richard of Taylor county Wf re the p1easa4tguests of Mrs Wises parents Mr and Mrs J o in Williams of this place last week i A Y and wife were at- LorettJSlDday Mr incj Mrs Will Blarifordof Bhn coe were MrpT E Bajiard and wi recently 4 Mrs Tea Field and son Colbeit of Cincin ad who w recalled her by the the sickness and de ath of Mrs Fields father Mr Frej RiU haye returned to tliei hme V1jMr fCdorge M dstown was in our midst Su day Miss Mary Lillu Buckman still re mains thefguest of ier sister Mrs Ben Cecil Mrs DarY McC Hum and children of Hard sCreek pent one night last week the guest of h r sister Mrs Tom Kidwell r Mrs Felix Mudd snd daughter Mrs Walter Reynolds if Fredericktowij spent Monday witty the farmers sister Mrs T E Bailard Mr Janes Craves of Indiana J visiting tel at ves at thi place Miss L nap tl of Penwick after an extended stay vith the family of hr uhclel Mr Pe er Graves has returned hoVMr J F iKeem and Uncle Mike Brennen attended cbuiity court in Springfield Monday P Street Suits V c Strictly or street suits are stunning diagonals shown faintly lined oflVwith plaids Th Iltereare theV herringbone serges Invo tones that are very new and attractive Th se effects come in browns pjluiist grays greens and a black c s 1lesr Cheviots qr rather Scotch tweeds are having a decided revival and are used both for jthe tajiidred and the motor and walking coaSrInny o the weats shown are old fashioned favorites readapted to pres ent stylesi It But there are ma y novelties hi the worsteds One of the most striking shown is a anrwhitecheck over with begonia lines A London smoke gray in half inch stripes combined w tha paler gray in narrower stripes Is Another new treat ment of a decidedly idsome and immensely smart cheviot JI01 rL IiI 01 t I t f I t t J itf r i WatchJhisSpace Next Wfeek o r y Advertisements d sredt jthej business sagacity of the man vlio signs his name to them We have been in Ii thp newspapeif es cfvef seventeen years tyut can no remember eer having carne an advertiseI merit like the above iii Four columns It is too much ii aIman buys a space and insists that Watch This Space Next Week be used we iwillhreluctaritlyr ij carry out his order but we will do so knowing thkt he is lot getting value received if he should in k li si tthat this be done q ted the would refuse to sell himspiice because advertising space used in such aj reckless manner makes it appear that the medium of advertising IS not a good one andtthat the man who IS doing the adver ising IS Just trying to useup the space he has bought tL ji Suni1Advertisng1Medium iiBecause it goes into thy homes of people in Washington County who hve money to spend Aa Iconnrrthate anedruFor Pour Weeks IJLF i FOR THAT PERIOD WE WILL GIVE YOU THJE BENEFIT OF OUR YLAR YRAT t i5lO YOU MUST AGREE TO J qt ltv NNSAY SOMETHING9S l l iJ In the ad that means something something that will attract the attention ofryihce him that you are in earnest and that yobcan really jjive him a bargain I A i fjIIr Jj If r t t 1r i j 1 RING OSTUMES The Plew Spring Style in Dresses Iror YOU g G r sIStri es are going to be very mach worn gain in the sprl ngespeclallf In woole s materials dress like this model for a young irl would be itet IA PBETTY STBIPEp SUIT OnlY a lceabie ands art butt becoming with the ski t cut on the bias tid the waist in m darin juniper effect iOdified i l 1icturej 20Per Cent Off PiaURES u5c 60- c10o 200cc 1160- 25Q I Give us Your Orcjer rYou will get the best for Less 11 e LONG LICK Mrs IBettie Lowe is quite ick with the grip Mr T J Skeanes lost a valuable cow- andcalflastweek Mr Dave Yankee is sick Miss jEffie Noel and brother Earl arc spending a week with their uncle Mr Henry Noel Mr Russell and family spent sa Willt ghtwith the family of Mr Frank saMr J still remains yery ill of nervous trouble 1DferryvllleSunday MV Jim Holderman is sliortly to move to the house of Sam Cocanougk = er djjeeased Mr Woodfprd Grave3 and Mr Jas- S41SSSSulSI4 SLSISS1SJSISSSS2 For + Ii 50c GO For 40c tSOc15Q a Vitc 1 J20 ti is u cc tt tt 200- 3o 240 Grocery t N l 1 IJICLowe are attending circuit court this week Farmers i in this community are hav ing nice luck with their lambs Mrs ilattie Graves land two children spent Monday with her sister Miss Ella Grayest at Fenwick IIMisswith her parents at Midway f teIeiVingof a son Miss Ollie ray has returned to her home at PJolh after a pleasant yisit with Miss Dblli j VirgIn spendipgthis EarloI 1 A- nyVPjture J I TVV I L1I- II Our store HAG BROS Mr and Mrs S B Yeager of Willis Jlurg Sunday t Mr Patrick Ly dane one of Wash I i igton county s ol lest citizens v r trofla grippe 1VIiIMr Thomas Grigsby die at hisho riEIMt Zion Friday morning after an i Iness of several weeks Little Miss Fr nces Settle has re turned homet after spending several t c ays with her aunt Mrs Palmer Goat ley of Valley Hillii Mr Albert wife and baby MrVnnd Mrs Lee G dbey and baby left t Saturday for 1111 ois where r ect to make their homesV t ctItalarles of the m inicipall servants In 1iNew York city as it doe to support z he entire army o the D ited States The 00000 salaries annually am not clpse to f70 1CI t l 1 t taYIY U t 0 WaltiUnt l prl You Ihtend41to Buy IUIN1TURE Aux t me Soon 1 I v J 1 s i ijAT thoNqeDXJSII l1tIifis aboit the time purj immense and complete a wellselected line will be on display It is our pin pose to open t Furnitu store in Springfield as large as manyjas complete as anyine big c ties We believe ttiat by making II M t stock Urge includingj everything carried in Furniture Stores that we can make cur volume of bustn sS very large and thus enable ourselves to quote very low prices The greater the volumn of business the lower the price feeryarticle ErfbqI a small profit upon many sales totals satisfactory therebv pleasing the merchant and the buyer It will be our desire and our r I daily endeavor to give satisfactjoh in PRICE STYLE i D QUALITY WAIT FOR US lVVif si 4Jfc fil i 1 f LeWalter E Leachman Theo Ca p jI T j i J rf t t r fr 4 rIt THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1968 1X if bl TLJ LI I 1tj 12000 STOCK at COST Groceries Excepted A J Our Reason for quitting js that Mr Blackj will go to Lawrencebuf to locate and this break in the firm makes it necessary that we close out Therefore we find it necessary h pfarHot dispose of our stock J hurriedly to make Very Low Prices rh ave bought of us during the past few days wlli testify to the fact that prices hay been SIaujhtetedc f t U CostPricesWilibeQuold I t Sold Positiively E erything wi1 be Sold H Credit Extended to Anyone tr fln inauguratingthis sale weoffe to the people an unusual opportunity and during these hard times it will p ove a ii Pto 7 the buying pulblie Remember Everything is included in this Cot sale except Groceries soT Persons Who are Indebted to us Must Settle at eelI Pulliam Kentucky The Property and Goodswiltbe offered four sale asia whole ifl buyer is found This tar d ise of the best in this s ctionof Kentucky t e Wt l JTLT SENATOR CHARLES DICK 1I illlJENKINSVILE Looking over the columns of The Sun I find that Jenkiiisville is not fepre aented so I will send in ai few items rj Mr Aaron Murphy sold his tobacco to Mr Goodman of Lexington for 14 kCents Mr Dave Simpson is in Lexington this weeK on business Mr J W Perkins is spending this Y wekwith Mr and Mrs W Ti Philips of Canary Mr and Mrs James Thompson enter mined Saturday night the following Mr and Mrs Dave Simpson Mr and Mrs W H Webb and son R lMr and Mrs E L Perkins and Others Mr and Mrs W H Webb and so 1S spent Sunday with Mr ariS Mrs James Thompson Mr Lannis fQa erdf Willisburg spent Sunday night with Mr and Mrs Elyin Perkins Mr and Mrs AR Murphy spen Tuesday and Wednesday With M rwilL Murphy and family of Texas Mr J W Perkins whjo was threat ned with paralysis is able to be out lagain Mr Charles Powell attended court a Springfield Monday Mr Ben Powell who has been ve low with pneumonia we are glad to re port improving at this writing Mrs Annie Hardin West of Loretta Vtfy is yisitings her sister Mr Dave Simpson U Mr Luke Philips fperlrOf this place who now liyes at Clayton IndI is reported dangerously ill of pneu monia I StiqaaYWithllMr Mr Charlie Rose is in Lexington with a loai of tobacco for J S Peters 1 Co Mr and Mrs Elym Perkins attended the funeral Qf Mr Owen Pinkston at urg Sunday W H Webb our merchant TC p trade good at this writing I ire farmers of this community are c their cattle from an unknown As there will be no tobacco raised we w tall ha elojs of time to read The jj fENWICK Miss Maggie Smith has returned to- h i1 home at this plaice after a visit to hjr sister at Fredericktown r Mr J B Fenwick bought a horse fihm Mr Charley Hall prIce unknown 11 Mrs Mannie Fenwick and daughter Louise spent Wednesday with Mrs W G Adams and faiftily Mr Sam Oder of Mackvillevas in F nwick ope day last week on business and Mrs Ci W Adams were the gdstsof Mr Don Rogers and family ore night last week Miss Fannie Logsdon of near Simms and1relativesrs ns s with T J Miller and family Mr R E Shewmaker had the miss lfO tune to lose a fine horse one day last eke Mrs R E SHewtnaker has the grip The social given by Mr and Mrs W T darker of this place last Saturday liijjht was well attended All reporja good time JMisses Lena arid Roxie Cissell spent Si hday in Penwi k s lasit ay w ck at this place WHITE OALIN KENTUCKY tDeposit Found In Mountains of Mc Lean County McLean county Ky Is the scene o tie latest discovery of natural freaks In the finding of n vein of white coal It Was discovered on the farm of a man who lives near Wrjghtsburg andI proposes to form a company anQ tjthO a slope mine A minister of has returned from con ducting revival services in the moun twins with several specimens of the mineral t Is of a white color and very li bt leaving neither soot nor cinders after burning and makes red ashes rosem gthoseota good fire Al illT ESE SATURDAY SPEC ALS l 4 tome to see me on Saturdays bring your produce and get some anyIbingYou want ro eat and will ReadIpounds Granulated SugtrvLOO packages Arbuckles yoffeelOO 13 cans extra good Corn 25c 3 2lb cass Kentucky Bell Tomatoes25c 2 3lbcahs Kentucky Bell Tomatoes25c Best on earth 2 cans Polks Best Peas25c r25cN3 ounds Fancy Head fyce 25c 13 Cans Baking Powd rt10C6 E ars of all kinds of Laundry SoapJ25c Bet Green or Black Tea per poun 70c Maple Syrup extra good per quart40c Pil ar Rock Salmon best on earth20c 3 birs Long Tom Soap lOc 20 ounds Ljght Brown Sugar1100 2 p ckages Elijahs Manna 125c 3 p ickages Oatsr 25c 3 ty ackerel i25c 3 ickages KisMe Chewing Gum10c 3 p ands Stick Candy 25c Oranges and Lemons per dozen20c- ur 1 Meat Market is uptodate and goooi fresh meat is always oftgs CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE lERNEST G COX CAMPBELLS OLD STAND J1 J r l J SPRINGY IVERY c Weary W ehY do they leap so high Walker Long+Oh1 suppose Lts cause geysers are composed of spring water r TEXAS Mr and Mrs Whayne haye returned ionic from Louisville after a several weeks stay with their daughter Mrs Vigginton Quite an enjoyable time was spent at the can y pulling last Thursday night which was given by Mrs Len Brad shaw Mesdames Joe Thompson and Tom Hays are Very ill with la grippe Mrs Nancy Cocanougher ismuch improved at this writing We are glad to report that Bro Pur dom is able to be out again Mr and Mrs R E Whayne received a telegram that their son Sidney was very ill with pneumonia in Oklahoma Mrs Sallie Yankey of Indianapolis Ind is visiting relatives near thi place Born to the wife of Mr JLLan ham a boy Master John Key is ill with whopping jMisses eUie Peterson are on the sick list Mr Jacob Cocanougher oTPerr ville was at this place Sunday to see his m ther Thschool under the management of M it Geo Connor of Bardstown an Miss Mattie Begley of Thompsonville closet last Friday The following won the premiums Misses Lillian Sparrow Maggie and Ethel Arnold Nettie Hays Flossie Cocanougher and Master Bryan Arnold IMr Sanford White and Miss Smith of Hillsbbro were married L J lastIThursday Feb 20 Bornt to the wife of Mr Bob Lynch a boy Suppression of Opium Smoking An observant traveler who reached fromthetells of u great change so far as the use of opium Is concerned says the outIeffectIhave le rued the seductive power of the dru On the river stealuers and passena r boats where hitherto there has been a Treatise ofthe pipe there Is now a marked diminution The steamers trading to Chiaugmen have notices consPIcuoU ly posted prohibiting the use of the ou board and not only are the hotilces posted but thoy are ob served The traveler declares that oni a voyage oa a passage boat to Chiang men hef did not seea single opIum smoker This speaks well for the ac tion of the Chinese authorities t CrossBearing Whether our crosses are bearable or not depends upon our method of cart lng them Elizabeth Gibson Rheumatism P6 you want to get rid of it 9 If so take Dr Miles Keryine modified as dire fed in pamphlet around bottlje In addition to the direqt curative properties it hafe a soothing effect up on tie nervous system by which the rheumatic pain tare controlled and rest fand sleep asstued It h s m many cures of this painful disease some of them after years willscure youIIf Yui case is complicated writ us for advice it costs you nothingand proloqgedI couldynagetothroughmyInflammatorydNervine bought a bottle and I com menced to get better from the start and for the past six month havescarcely any pain and amab1etowalk s well as ever JAS H SANDERS P O Box 6 Rockaway N J Your druggist sells Dr Milts Nery and we authorize him to return price of flrwt bottle oOlylf It talk to benefit you Indatl f I 4OOOOOOOoOOGOooooOoci ooo He 76441 t This Fine Jtegjstered Jersey Bull Will stand at tlhe HERTLEIN farm ore mile nortj of Springfield on the Lebanon road at a fee of tf9JfWJTH RET PN PRIVILEGErADQLFH HERTLEIN A A Ac tt THE SUN AND Wwj sBryans Common r 15QWeeklyNashville American 150 JWe t 1711Semi 75Thric25Amel1can50 Amencan Farmer li50 225CountryFarm and i 135 Farm Field and reside 1176 RevIew of ReviewsLippi- ncott a Magazine 2fiMaga 400 175HaHarpers Week 435 Sunny South 4 100 j CLUBBING RATES r ITIf lOU1SVltLIl DAILIES The Sun and ThJ Louisville r Times one year 01rtThe Sun and the Journal excepq bun ay i 40 Same including Sunday 830 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal anTI three days irthe wfek hS71 dailyCourierJo in the r et8imouths jiv i r1 NwThe Sim and ierJournal6neyear 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and tb f lbuinil1d8nincPost one y r 4 fO t 1 ThSrN anllQi1J Ksituky Stltl 1iJ IIIth r jlr b h TI Ih Lu i t Fj lit THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1968 j I j It to J 1yry IltfI IfsIlll IVII I4n f imoo lll rM r1t JI i i Ii itf H DoYou J j fr Want One7 1Ifto own a piano we will tell 0 you how to save 108 on a highgrade guaranteedI instrument Its well orth your to invests t sellingisF p you buy for cash or on Payments you will be inter estedr y Wxith us today for free booklet tells you all about it Gives you information worth knowing jf j Montenegro4jiim Mfrsic Coif iNCOPOHATED 0 62S630 Fourth Aenue Loufeville Ky i i t 111lkl RiPIIJ1111ii1IIL i1IilQIit lf IiII wllllulI 1 It Ij FSPRINGFIELD SU1i I IISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY f I SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAJR f In Advance 1i r J IOGERSGOIEEditor and Publisher ief r Mitered at the postoffice at Springfield d J Ky for transmission e mails alb secondclass tnroughjr TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION dOaeTeart UOORBlxJllI 50 KireeMotiths 25 rtohave your address changed always give the postoffice to which your paper ing well as the postoffice to which ytra it seat j 1WLah tENTHUSIASTic 0 J f ip WStlH Crowd That Heard Ca i M I and McChord Last trb SaturdayI I i J Bphe r of Hon Campbell Cin SStrell inj the court house in Springfi ild list Saturday afternoon was well e i ceiyed by the large crowd The m st jof iliis time was taken up inja plea to i the farmery to cut out the 08 crop of tobacco in Washington county He ap i Pealed to all present to assist inthe struggle j for supremacy over the tobac cb trus and predicted that acomplete victory would be won The speaker 3saiH thi t the organization had advanced Mthe price of tobacco from 6 to 15c per pound and contended that the cutting Out of the 1908 crop would mean per marien victory Mr Cantrell is aT strong speaker ne appeals to reason inlflaraat ry X Hon W C McGhord addressed the taudien e at the conclusion of Mr Can r trells speech and explained in detail the I1 cChord tobcidco bill now pending rjbefore the Legislature He asked the audience to say whether or notlt Ranted this bill to become a law and the a sorer came in unanimous and stento ian Yes 4 IJpo i the floor of the House a mem her of the Legislature In opposing the r tMcGh rd bill said that a petition had JTribeen dent to Frankfort from this coup ty ascing that the bill be killed No suclr petition was ever sent from this TV co nt and a resolution was passed de flouncing the lrgeas untrue The meeting was enthusiastic and shows that the farmers of Washington thtie lJI BROUGHT 1 Against Washington County f j Board of Control By Auditors i Ag tit J i r Jl f M P R hop Auditors Agent i has filed suit in the Washington Coun Jjyi Spurt against the Washington SG unty Hoard of Control forr the as rnent of 20000000 pounds of to iftcco the suit having been filed t9day Evidently there is a mistake in f the appeal that 20000000 poundSne seed itn dS lith Uglit to b- ooo e I i jI rv I t i ti 0 0 PAtRICK LYDDAN The Old st Man In Washington County Died Last Night Mr Patrick Lyddan aged ninety eight died at the home of his grandson Mr Ed Kelly of near Valley Hill last night His death had beenl expected for several days he com mericefl td rapidly decline severalweeks ago There arejfew more interesting characters than was Mr Lyddan his storehouse of reminisences was wellfilled rand it was the delight of his friends to hear him relate the interest ing stories of the long ago He was born at Gethsemane and for many ye rs conducted a blacksmith shop at that place He also owned and operated fa shop at Bardstowri for a number of Years beingwell and favor ably known at both places Later he moved t andtspent some but prior to his death had been living in this county for some time The deceased was wellliked by all people jind had friends by the hundreds He was a devout Catholic and endeavor d at all tines to live the Christian life He is survived by one son Ade Lyddan relativesIFuneral StlRose tomorrowi GRIGSBY Good Citizen Passes WWay Aged jy Seventy Onel Mr Thomas Grigsby one of the bes known citizens of the county died at his home in the Mt Zion neighborhoad Friday evening after a long illness He waageg seyentyone and had spent hh life in this county where he was well known and much loved The decease was a member of the Mt Zion Methodisttchurchand there are few better G jristians than was he services were conducted by Rev Ever soil at the Mt Zion church Silt rday morhirig at 10 oclock and interment occurred at that place The ceceased is survived by a wife three s bus and one daughter to whom The Suiand many friends extend con dolence The d Lath of Mr Qri byisa loss to the cor Vrhuhit y in which he lived He was chr table and kind hearted and will be sorpjy missed FredGriNO SALE YET Continents Tobacco Company and Burfey Organization r1 J Negotiating Ther has been a report in circola tion fcr several days that the Burley Tobacc Organization and the Continental Tobacco Company had agreed upon price for ail the pooled tobacco and a sale had been made Up to the poor c going to press we are unable to vetii y this report but todays Cour ierJou nal states that negotiations are still on i j Expatriated Americans Lopdon reckons she has 5000 Amer caps refer Europe to America hvw miny Englishmen and Irishmen have niacle money over here and carried it back with them Twenty thousand AmerIcans live In Paris A- tleast an equal number are scattered throuKn Italy and Germany I LILLARD Condemned B tfie Outraged Democracy of Boyle County Danville Ky March 2Aneffigyof L E W Lillard the Representative from this oun Bradleys election to the United States Sen ate greeted the churchgoing people yesterday morning hanging between two trees immediately in front tit the Court House The dummy was made to resemble the Representative even to the extent of the use of mock military leg in5 By the side of the object was a large banner bearing the words Traitor Lillard and other lurid de jScriptitfe phrases and warning him to move to a warmer climate In addition to passersby bodies ot men visited the scene and expressed their approval of the hanging Eyen after some fellow supposedly sent by Lillard succeeded in dislocating the ob ject it was allowed to lie on the Court House pavement where additional crowds gathered and a mock Coroners inqufest was finally held Finally Lillard succeeded in getting his clerk to drag the object to his store away from the publics gaze The hanging took place in about the most conspicuous point in toWilwhere two electric lights rom the Gill fountain immediately in front of tits Court House make the surroundings Bright as day throughout the whole night- Indignation pyer Lillards course m= creases with the hours and expressions of derision and contempt are be rdon all sides even from the better class of comInlattempted to make it appear it has been left for a negro paper published here to give the only praise that has been heard The interview purported to have been sent from here to the CourierJournal in which LiU rdre ferred to the item that told of the large banner that appeared across Main street Sat iirday morning is an object of laughter ere for the banner contained not only what was published but other things reflecting much more seriously upon Mr Lillard and instead of this banner being torn down by indignant friends Of Lillard as stated in his in terview it was hanging until the sup erintendent ot the local telephone com pang felt impelled to remove it from his wires on account of it interfering with connections Mr Lillards conduct in voting for Bradley has not received the approval of one dozen white citizens of Boyle county whether they be Democrats or Republicans and that portion of the- narticle a the CourierJournal which stated that Lillards course was ap proved by the Democrats of this con ty is such a palpable falsehood as to merit only ridicule The indignation ot1 Boyle eountys Democrats is such a massmeeting will probably be some time giveIpublic course Courier Journal throughout the recent contest for the United States Senator apd more prticulaoly in upholding the bolterstin their course has been so unfair as to cause a Reeling of contempt and dis gust on the of the Democrats and good citizens of Boyle c unty second only to the feeling toward Lillard himself Arrangements are bein made for a mass meetm to be held meetvand expresstheirVisws ot Mr Lillard Perry yilleKy lllarch2aThe pee lacK time rrr r WaUPapet I1 youare going paper your walls the tooting Spring Paper from us NOW t 10000 ROLLS at from 35cJ The largest stock of the prettiest we have ever hadon display j sJS SCTlBOiBIBiOmoooiSSs iH iS Spring Goods I I t Now Arriyil1g ift tl tl il 1 tft ll ift New Embroideries Val Laces Cluny Laces Smyrna and Torchon LacesvAlloven L l and Embroideries wv fv 7 ares All kinds nets for Waists in Black Cream and Blue r v L jNew Costume Linens waist linens and India Linens PrsianLaw 1s Organ iesandPrin tedLawns Nansooks Mazalias and Long Cloth 3 NoveltfesNew+ ++it + H + it + + + + E HALFPRICE SALE j At the BIG STORE ITEMSiLadies and Childrens Cloaks Ladies Skirts Rain Coats and Furs MENSAND CLOTHING COST New Lace Curtains Wall Paper j havea few of Leather Boots at 75c and 150 These prices are three IWetimes less the regular price Space willndt permit us to other bargains The ROBERTSON= CLAYBROaKE CO I I INCORPORATED t ia i plb of ville were not greatly sur to find an effigy of EW Lillard RrPresentative am street of the town in voting for Bradley s generally and the people are greatly excited over his con duct lThe fijjure was hanging at noon when tV is me sage was sent On it was ref e enees to Judas Iscariot and other references to Lillards conduct SEWINGl will continue to take in sewing and lady form and am able to give perfect fits P ARL SMOTHERS Telephone 42 ring 2 Mooresville insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company the only company that pays its losses in full J N Wells General Mnj unction City Ky BFslfop G W Clinton of Charlotte hIThe public iis invited to hear him I T 4R BOYS AT AND BELOW pairs mens than name j Perry hanging cordially r McGHORD BILL Passes the House With Many Votes toSpare66to = By a vote of 66 to 25 the McGhord tobacco bill passed the Hbuse yesterday after oon Mr McChord winning a great victpryover the opponents of the bill He piade a strong speech pije senting every feature of the bill m a- cearsand logical way The majority in favor of themeasure speaks for its popularity = It is thought the Senate will pass the bill thisyeek l FOR SALE A splendid secondhand buggy nrarlynew It has full leather top rubber tire and is in perfect repair every way G W LYON in per Pair J I I WE OF TO Everett Weekly- Mr Weekleyaged about = thirtyfiye years died of gangrenerat his home in the Mt Zion after an illness of about days He was one of that communitysr best and his death is ysgIhe was by severe pain in the left leg and before physician could be the soon developed causin his death lHe leaves a wife and two who have the sympathy of all nfthe 4 loss of hkisbandand father lw The was a man ofexcellenti and was a good at yes r l == = 4h OjI1 J zt 1 f 2p 1f q e f Only Few argans e j i this weep owing to our or to prepare an advertisementbut be it remembered that our Jire isAre Crowded IA Very departriientwith Qualities at BFgSifnPfiGGS S i = L 1 to getyour 5610 j 500 Pairs Lace Curtains Ranging Price From 4Dc fFarmers 10000 t- olcc HAVE lOjOOd YARDS BACCO CANVAS Cunningham Duncan Deathof Everett neighborhood Monday tenacitizens mourned suddenly attacked hardly summoned 9rtioXlsrgangrene children deceased character Christian Interment occurred MteZion terday named large Excellent Reduced IOn oyjgry article in our Store for the next 3Q DaysWatch the papers for larger advertisement money 1CI1I in took through our stock and you will find something to suit ata bargain pri ei I II Co I I a a Prices j 1 Springfield Kentucky r Gh f ljh l rzt t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1968 t ii 5 i Drc j1 Mr Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted out Pate CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly FIr t class SpringfieI Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs e Death of Infant Y r t t A beautiful little gM baby born to VlCr and Mrs TJ Miller of Wilit1 bjirg on February 26 christened Frances Elizabeth died March 1 1908r air 930 p m Interment in Willisbufg- t ip cemetery the followingday at 4 p mJL 1 i LARDWEOL r f Those on the sick list are Delbis Mobley T W Corn and W M Foster l Died on the 25th Henry Richardso i1 AndreIm MT t Perkins burying group the followin j r day Saturday was Anna f Words first yearsotfi i were invited in tq help Devour the big tiJenjoy several more such dinners Tom Votaw Sold his on half interest in the store at Battle to his t i W fUnclehonest man hi Indiana He says diirinl thewar he furnished Will Kinder mealf 11iMrjfUncle Sam and has paid it down to 4i It has been forty th re years anc InJheII week Cornishaville died last Tuesday tHe 25 Corn isf selling for 350 per barre out here I i XiM s Ada Tatum of faarrodsburg who has been very sick is able to be l r i out She spent last weekfwith her sis ter Mrs S H is spending this week and sis4 ter at Battle Gardnertna Mr Charles Ill has moved 7at this place to reside Mr Jim Moore has been hauling to bacco from here to Lexington Las week lie was driving four horses and the front horses began kicking ana trying to run In trying to stop the horses he was thrown to the Iground the wagon passing over his arm above an below the elbow with 3300 pounds o e tobacco and didnt break the arm Graham Perkins sold tL E G Holi day one fiyeyearold tern 3SS horse fo 140 They also sold to W G Sims one sixyearold harness he rse for 125 I bought of Andy Bottoms one touryear old horse for J4625 J A kyler was in L xingtonlast week on business tames Long left for allihois last week Edd and Bob Moore left Monday for Illinois Graham Perkins have fQrdale at all times driving horses rood mares also work horses the kind for the farm l er Write or phone Willisburg No ilWHI also buy your horses Pry us once t I lr J ly For Safe Timothy and dloyer y i i 5aTONSr glover and Timothy Mixed and I1 Pure Clover IEverybody who has used it ants more d H D Si1es Ft J Springfield Ky i r 3 = Iif Ij r ge eoeoeo aeoeneoeoenea D a Personal Notes peDo0nPersonal News aoeOOIIMr and Mrs J J McCabe have returned from Louisville Mr Nelsonicounty visited relatives here Sunday Messrs J W Riedell and T K Smith were in Louisville last week on business Mr R H Edelen of Bardstown spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mr Gregory Edelen MrE L Mays Jr was in Leb anon Monday on business MrC W Hagart and Miss Kather ine Spalding of Lebanon spent Sunday here Dr J M Burton who has been at the Norton Infirmary in Louisville for several weeks has returned home much improved in health Messrs Hood Cunningham Shaker Robertson Harry Shultz Marshall Duncan and Dr John Spaulding at tended the dance in Lebanon Monday nightMiss Mary Haydon entertained at u500 Tuesday afternoon Mr Ray Goodin of Lebanon spent Mondayhere MrsD R Litsey is spending a few days with Judge ana Mrs B L Litsey at Pleasant Grove i Miss Liazie Logsdon who attends school at St Catherines spent Satur day and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Chas London Misses Katie Cain and Flora Mudd LouisviUethislMiss Fannie Wall Tuesday for relaIn South Miss Louise Medley ia visiting friends in Louisville TMr T POBryan was in Lebanon Monday =Miss Lavenia OConnor spent Sun day and Monday in Perry ville Misses Ella Sweeney and Jennie Adams of the Grundy Orphanage are visIting in Harrodsburg =Mrs Nannie Bobbitt has returned to her home in Lebanon aftera visit ito lier neice Mrs J R Claybrooke Jr near town Mr Palmer Goatley of near who has been ill improving tOwriI Mr Ernest Riley of DeKalb is visiting his parentsand other relatives in the county ofJntMr Ar C McElroy visited hiss sis ter Mrs Jas R Hpghes of Bloorc field Sunday spendfo Bardstown Louisvillere Dr J B RoBards of Harrods bUrg was here last week spendingtMr jByon Parks was in Lebanon Tuesday Miss Flaget Simms spent several days in Lebanon last week rMr P J Thomas has returned from a business trip to Louisvillej Mr Boss J3erry of Woodlswn visj ited his cousin Miss Annie Nally Miss Annie Sufctqn and henbrother Robert I also spent Sunday with Miss allYfMrs W D Claybrooke Sunday evening and she and Mr Clay brooks are at the Walton Hotel Mr GFE Medley of Qwensbbro is vitjitinti his family at this place Mr BejtinieWatlien is visitingrel atives and t ifrlemls in Louisville this weekf Mr G D Robertson Jr and bride arrived in Springfield last Friday night the marriage having been sol emnizedin Kansas City 3Io Tuesday ITeb 25 Mr and Mrs Rob ritso are occupying the house of Mis Fannie Wall during her absence in they South Dr G T Burton ot Santa Anna l Texas will arrive the firstof next week to take charge of the dental par for of his rather Dr J M Burton of this place the latter finding it necessary to go to Battle CreekMicbto undergo treatment Dr G T Burton is competent and experienced dentist und during the absence of his brother Will give his entire attention to the profession I i I have placed my accounts jin the hands of Marshall Duncan for ollec tion All indebted to me will please see him at once and settle fWyf LAWRENCE A WORDtid TO WELL PEOPLE AS WELL AS A WORD TO SICK PEOPLE IS NOT OUT OF PLACE FROM A FIRSTCLASS DRUG STORE Jii htJ 2nd won OF and end to and such t think when you are r be to your and your Prescriptions but we have a an that you need be Come in see what we 41sides rFortal1d convenience of the and thevsr ckt l FULL LINE ALL KINDS STOCK FOOD AND PAINTS A i yf The RED O CROSS H I DRUGSTORE LEO HAYDON PROP r SPRINGFIELD ky L = I 7f J1I llwIII o = = aIIa = saI 1 1 BOWLINGsV rtli e 66 S 6666 nigljt Pride of Wash ington won lwo09tofthree games from White Monday ni March Pride of twooutofthreeg- nines from STNDING Hickory d ft1 io WY LEAGUE csI0 p White Roseinr 19 11II 633 130Prids of Washington 20 607 1542Old Tonight there will be a match game between CocaCola White Rose teams which promisesjto be close from the beginning to4he t Ji t 4 r We have many things sell besides Quinine all bitter things Done we vj are most happy sick Of course- If you must sic kwe should like sell youTmedicines fill thousand done things medicines and havefort well OF OF il t NoLI- 90 t 66666e66666666 Onlst Friday Washington 4 IIII I New raceletsr A pleasing variety ii the newest production in Bracelets The value values we offer are usually for such Highgrade Bracelets Gold Filled 1 to 165Q k SoIidGoIdBto12Your LADIES CHAINS WATCHES ETC representing the highest skill in Workmanship and the latest designs are ptheV attractions in J my stock of Jewelry j v v tty James J i lee ee eeeeeel J Gravess jij v to r T i I Iw 1 t Lt I 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1908 HUMOR OF THE HOUR No Mistake Jt New York produce commission house which prides itself on fiU1n nIl Orders correctly received a letter from 1ewJe customer recently say Gentlemen This is the first time we ever oU to make Inour We1butheUfde1hatThe fair fame of the house for never making an error seemed to be t nt stake but the bright mind of thent Soe partner found a way out of it He wrote Gentlemen We are sorry to hear that Theretress erdadafty crates eggs We want them badr- LIAAincott Share It Equally JYes said the fellow with the b ow its certainly true that if a man ids no respect for himself nobody else Will have much respect for him VBut its equally true replied the keen one that if he has too much rib Ptody else will have any Catholic Standard and Times t Perfectly Peaceful r f3o you have decided to leave your ariager said the interviewer answered the prima donna l4yes with your manager 1 indeed but the only way t one is for us to separate W hington Star 4rl A Lint on Him t pIChere seems to be no doubt that he Jfta very intelligent man Yes I judgedso from his talk t Why What doeS he talk about i Well er hes always talking about t Aaw Prfess intelligent he isPhiladeiphia K j Appearances Deceptive TWhat makes that man look so p rpud 1 havent you heard He won the squash championship ell I dedlarel But he doesnt look Ilk s a farmer at all Philadelphia laager J Never Thought of That VWell what would you do If you had no wi Fe tto do yyouo If I had no wife 1 Could afford to buynW clotliesSketchy Bits i Friendly Progress j 4HbiV lire and your titled ern Inlaw ggetting on 1 t Firi it rate answered Dir Cumror We are getting so we can look at each other vithout either of us manifesting WashIngtonfJ t j His Mistake ifr Jones Would you support iuy daughter in the style to which she hsbeen accustomed 1rCholl Yes sir J Mr Jp es Then youre an idiot and you cant have her Judge No Ornament Don t you regard a wig as a costly luxury asked the Amateur of the elderly professional No sir curtly responded the other 4il necessityl A Pair of Viewpoints uA man said the elderly suitor isnt wortji listening to until he is 1iftylItrue rejoined the fair maid nor- worth lopking at after he is forty Detroit Tribune tr ti Playing Safe fHyker I understand there were some high words between you and Knox yesterday 1tYkerrtyeSRls about a mile of tele p on w e o News t ftltCure Mrs Crimsonbeak Do you believe in file rest care John MryCrlinsonbeakYes TYC got the earache Why not try It on meiYoitkers tatesman To Pollyp I tafnwould Indite A ieir verses to Polly Something cleverand bright Indite i That would cause her delight s Bomethlng tender yet Jolly I taJtwouldindlte w verses rDearPolln I write But Id rather caress you t Wer Touon4y in sight f DearPolly I write Prix Mttlsfledqulte W1t ie way f address ouI EPJillyJ darling I write f But ld rather caress you yt Tudte- j Ilnl Chase of a Red Hat N Copyright l907by E C Parcells Hinkley of the Green Seal club was a lady killer But Hinkley tired of his conquests Woineu bored him Hinkley was dawdling down the street one day when it young lady under a red hat came out of a store tend passed him hurrying to her cab Ills hat Was knocked off and his cane tvettt cluttering and she said anything in the way bf apology he didnt catch the words This was a new ex perience for Hinkley It aroused his sleeping interest As the clubman sauntered down to Twentythird street and headed for SIxth avenue intent on showing his form to the ladles of the shopping dis trict he came across the girl in the red hat again She was entering a dry goods tore entered utter her She went to the parasol counter and he hollowed Aside from the red bat which was a very gorgeous affair 4he wearer was a handsome young woman 6f about twentY ree She knew that Hinkley was following her Had she seemed to know It however be would have turned away The young woman did not seem to know that he was on earth As she looked at all sorts and kinds of parasols she walked pn his feet or elbowed him out of the way Sometimes she looked past him and sometimes over his head bud6oughtbat she took it and walked out Mr Arolls y was no Iqpger bored Be was getting a move on Life bad come back to him with a rush He followed tie red hat out and saw it get into a cab He took another and followed on ang landed at the Grand Central depot He followed to the ticket wIndow and heard the young woman ask tOra ticket to a certain Long Island village He was at her elbow but he was Ignored There was plenty of room for her to turn to the right but she turned to the left and walked ton his feet again and pass Jed through the gates and took her Mr JEtinkley always carried a Icaseot good cigars with him He hail and gentle voice Passing a el the window and speaking witha pur be inquired of thee ticket if he happened to know the young fan Du s s daughter and lives at Blankvillel was the reply accompanied by a wink link1yhut only foHoWing a clew fo assist Mini tp throw off the shackle of ennui That evening lat the clubcertaln mew lJers were astonished to see that Hink etwas sitting up and taking notice of things a aYtbathe had not dour f r months Some figured It out that hIs aunt was dead at last and others that he had got a sure thing on the rrcesi but he gave up no Information A 10 oclock the next morning he vas m his way tn Rlnnlrvillo l rlng thee night he had decided that his Rater Jophad arrived He found himself in ye lead passed a thousand wom en without a flutter of the heart only to be eaugbV by a girl wearing u re hit It Vnnt andier total indifference to him It was the hat anhthe way she had walkedon bis fedt It was the hat and the way she had looked past him and elbowed him Hissummer suit had been Ignored His faultless forth had goue for noth ingl His ego had been humiliated In stead of bringing a hirst for revenge these things had brought love and a spirit of forglveuess Ir Hinkley hnd no difficulty in finding Judge Dnrsos residence It was a manor house situated a mile from the village The villagers who directed hiinlwould have liked to ask all about him ambitltlo nr give Just what he was going to do when he reached the manor house he didnt knop but hewasai firm believer In the told saying that brovldence takes care of asses and drunkards He might make inquiries of some sort He night leave his ard He would make himself known in some way He elCrunning but the whole boiling of them was soon put to flight A watchdog came tear lug down to the gate to meet him and seize him and rolled him on the grasst Then the gardener came tearing after the dog nndrued the man and stood him fence and called him a traipp and threatened him downtwit-h itatelyj3tep put Mr HInkley through a severe cross examination and at end called him a prevari c tQipndtalked about the grand jury He was finallY per mitted butihe was m when a girl Ina re4 hat came tearing p long nan auto ije started to rise his hats and get out of the road at thesame time but got mixed up and the auto struck him and hurled him into the nearest fence corner The girl never Iboked back Mr 0inkJey bail no bones broken and at the end of two hours he had limpedrind crawl d pack to the deflo- tIle wadrent and wre and dilap dated but a tbeft epartment had Just ben called out for a burning woodshed he was not remarked New tickettseller as andtthe out I ugbt you had come flown to the wedding What wedding VWhy Judge Dursos daughter Shes to tie arrledttomorrow Dem fine girl that dem fine Ice water over there fnhe cooler Try some for your of homesickness = Ji QUAD 00t F i j WASHINGTONLETTER Special Correspdndence The Sheridan statue commission qarbindan have approved and accepted the model of the statue of General Philip Sheridan which Is to ornament Sheri dan circle Twentysecond street and Massachusetts avenue The model is the design of Gutzon Borglum of New York and the sculptor is already at work upon the large model so that the completed statue may be ready for erection early next autumn Mrs Sheridan has also expressed her pleasure with the design Statue of Sheridan A miniature model of Borglums de sign is on exhibition in the offices of the officer in charge of public build- Ings and grounds In the Lemon build lug It shows the great Union cavalry leader in the act of reining in his spir ited charger and saluting his men This characterization marks a distinct departure in the way of statuary In the national capital as it resembles other public works of the sort only in being of heroic or about onethird more than life size When completed the Sheridan statue will face toward Dupont circle and the broad low base approached by six low steps will be so placed that free passage may be afforded aloqg the line of Massachusetts avenue the pedes tal will also be very low thej platform being about 23 by 31 feet in size while the pedestal will be raised no morethan four feet above it Artistic seats niches for fountains and reliefs will offer ornament to the platform Possible Alaska Bear Hunt Mr Roosevelts hunter and natural ist friends are firm in their belief that he will seek out Alaska for a recrea tion period as soon as he leaves the White House He reads the Alaskan stories and enjoys them and he knows just what this northern land holds for one who goes to it for the outdoor life and it is the outdoor life that has appealed to Mr Roosevelt from the day When he first heard the meadow lark sin from a Long Island fencePost 1Animals Ripe In Spring Mr Roosevelt has a friend Charles Sheldon of New York who is now win tering at the base of Mount McKinley Mr Sheldon will not come out for a long time yet but when he does he will have a report to make It is possi ble that this report may induce the president to try the Mount McKinley region in the winter but in order to enjoy the winter season with all that it holds for the naturalist he will be obliged to make the base of the mound taro in the early fall and to stay in a mountain hut all winter If the president should decide to do this the time for doing it will be in the far future but the coast country of Alaska can be reached in the early spring and it is then the bears are in best coat The Camera ManiIf there is one that is nore numerous in Washington than states men it is photographers This fact Is YiSiItIngpen to Oe with a partly on a sightsee Jug expedition The man with the camera met at turn He is audacious and irresistible He goes after his victims in a businesslike way there are no tops and delays and before the victim hardly hits time to re alize what has happened the photographer has his order for a picture to be delivered that evening at his hotel or as is likely should payment be made in advance to be sent to his home address Catches Excursionists The particular delight of the cameraman is a party of excursionists He catches them perhaps as they emerge from the handsome new Union station or as they come out of the capital or some other public building He holds up his hands us a signal for them to halt then he admonishes them to look pleasant please and the next thing he and his agent are passing through the crowd taking orders About Handshaking Representative Prince of Illinois ISla tender hearted fellow He always looks after his constituents when they come to town and shows them the sights He took one of his political supporters to the last White House re eeption and shortly afterward escorted the same gentleman to tile reception tendered by elce president and Mrs Fairbanks After they had passed the receiving party the constituent turned to Prince and In au audible whisper said By jlngs congressman you get a longer handshake here than you do at the presidents house- Roosevelts Democratic One of the commonest sights of the capital l is Mrs Roosevelt Miss Ethel Archie and Quentin in the White House carriage on their way to the shopping district According to a clerk Of one of the big department stores Mrs Roosevelt is no more difficult to please than1 n less distinguished CUP tomer easy than the ma jority anddtarmore The Archie and Quen tin of 1Q Their shoes good honest heavy boys shoesare purchased at 3 a pair And it requires a pair about every three or four weeks for each youngster As for hats the boys inherit their fathers distaste for the stiff formal hat of convention Quentin wears a cap about the size of a small biscuit It hangs precariously on the back of a mop of hair that continually keeps ffalling over a freckled face and a pair of laughing roguish eyes As for Archie he wears anything it would seem that appears handiest when he is starting out CALL j CHQFTIUiD r eee1etet i uGEoJBEGEMIINrt iMANUFACTURER OF 0MOMEMADE HARNESS SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYrtr t L Harness Talk That I Ought to Interest 4 1Every Man and i i Woman whof DriveItt r injeconomy you ave a for instance that is not only Adapted to they cleaning and oiling of harness1 but is peI culiarly suited to the oiling of boots shoes carriage and buggy tops or any article ma of leathe Let me sell you f a packageot this soap at 25C 1 1Part wield their arms Vpart curb the foarningteed so says JJ Miltonand he doubtles described oneof unfortunate run aways which are very dangerous to everybody concerned i Right s j here I want your serious attention If your harness is of the homemade kind into which has been put as much labor of loze as thought for profit oull come out of the fray in fine shape If It IS the ordealer sort that has no makers reputa tion at stake youll probably have some broken bones as well as t a completely wrecked turnout See my Safty Single tit Driying Harnes 15 kirid for ft I i 4sH S t- f J 950 z 95OIa 95O- I HOMEMADE DRIVING HARNESS DONt BREAK 3 I When a horse plunges po rly constructed harness gOo pieces anti a life may be bacrificedi You can always feel safe invdriving with harness I make because I use only stock which I test H t 95O 1 BUYS THE BEST LOW PRICE HARNESS ONTHE MARKET Your own ideas o harness carried out in detail if you want a buggy harness carriage or team harness made to order different from the prevailing tyles My modern shop methods and years of experlencp make t possible to build a harness to ordertosUIt your ideaswithout extra co t There is no uncertainty about my make of harnesses Every part is made according to the dic tates of skill I solicit a tria order fAll horses do not nped the vhip but a buggy or carriage looks queer without one A fine r g should be complimented wl a handsome whip NothmgmaJS the looks of a DIce so much asa bent broken or faded whip SKALUN r is the always upwhip that waves gracefullasYou travel along and must befhad to complete thes appearance of a fine horse good ness and swell vehicld Skalpn means Rattan with the scale left on which gives the Skalon Whip in the drivers hand that feeling of pliancy always preset in a high grade whip You will find me located just across the street from the FirstNational Bank When you see the large gray horse come in and be convinced before buying elsewhere Satisfaction guaranteed GEO J BEGEMANN rw t i JT EiI t J v r J 4 t Lr + j l I If l I F jT SPRINGFIEIiD r SUN WEDNESDAYaa tT 1 An Attempted Reform t I IOriginali 4Why dont you Highball Gulch ppeo lze asked the tenderfoot cari1tbi1lhandkerchief government courts t o thing Then youd begin to get civ ilized didntseemWhy noUJ 1 think we got too much of It at oncet or It want jist what this Jrere 1kind of a community required Yelsee was a map come yere froml tie He was an eddicated man and Iteast to be practical Our people to him right oIL It want tang afore he could do anything he pleased with any of us At that time the sa loons and gamblin houses was doiu andscurcetd a member his name suggested what yon did How do you do IU asked one of our best citizens jf First you must eject a town con til and n mayor Tile mayor cnn up i point the Judge of the court and its i officers Thats about all you neeS Jn 1 a small place like this f gili1called a town meeting and nominated a mayor and council They put qp the stranger for mayor and a dozen of the steadiest men in the place for council inrgamblers and the liquor men Who didnt pear to take no interest into It- l leastways they went on ganiblln Ixud sellin liquor The rust thing the mayor did waft to appoint the Judge the next a sheriff j and the third was to close the gam bUn houses The gambler seem that the citizens was dead stuckon thelr mayor and council Just shut up shop and went elsewhere Then the mayor had the council pass a high license jliill and this did away with the silo ns There was afew grumblers who Couldnt git their liquor when they wanted Itbutthe citizens as a b jly acquiesced and the law was a dead sUre plzon killer A hoss thief was arrested andj in tead of strlngiq him up in the usual cbprtTbehIm Nobody seen the boss thief site any horses He want takin em font ttbelthe Judge to instruct the Jury to bing la verdic in accordance with the Evidence There want no evidence there want no need o no evldepce cause everybody knowed the prisoner as a boss thief But the Judge give the law that the man was limo e till he was proved guilty and they m ustfiQd a verdic In accordance v ith the Waal when got Into the jury room they lookedat one another kind o queer They could Lordo nothln but acquit the boss thief and so they did This want very satisfyln especially when the hoss thief tuk the Judges boss with him when he left town some one thought the law had better be changed regardln boss thieves tar tlcularly But the mayor said it wquld acquiescedNest come out all right and the citizens there was shootin match Nat Tucker shot and killed Cy Allen I strpetTcoachin the court A witness testified that he beam Allen call the prisoner a low down cuss Another testified that be beam Allen call the prisoner 4a pestiferous varmint A third give- iaUaTuckers woman Was she a good woman asked the tenderfoot j Sartln S long as she lived with a man she kep straight though jshe i wasnt particular about a marriage ceremony and didnt stick to no toe V em very long When this testimony some out for the defense the jury made up their minds to acquit the lllC butkthe judge advised by the mayor tole em there was no evidence Justlfyin the killih1 and theyd have to outlet Tucker They dove It though they didnt like to and Tucker was elected to swing aTucker hed anus been one o the JIItwas announced he riz up and lookin at the mayor he says says he- u Mr Mayor this civillzin process youve introduced among us may be kvery fine but its death on this c6m inunity You got rid of rum and glm biers though we need the rum much ly But what about boss stealln qud I a man pertectfn the name of the woman he keeps company with Ef tlhte jere civil izln machinery goes on there o nt be a hoss left In Highball Gucb 1aor a female pertected I dont care what you and the council and the court nor the rest of the citizentd of the Gulch do but as for me Ive Ifad enough of the experiment and Im I goin In future to attend to my own business In my own way tnati 11nterferfn with me Ill send where Allent outen the courtroomt everyfseen a revolver hangin to ech hip which the sheriff forgot to Ire move That killed the plan the gamblpr rind rum sellers come back ct more the citizens of uibreathed free J ALEXANDER ELY 11 j t IJ jnt 4 T itrl J NEW SHORT iSTORI S Mikes Plan to Eon mize Senator Gallinger of New Hampshire Is the only member of the senate who Is a physician and therefore he delights ii anecdotes relating to doctors In the genute restaurant he convulsed a number of his colleagues by telling then o the efforts of an Irishman he knew who had been advised to con suIt anj eminent New York specialist The Irishman had lived in New Eng land man3 years and he had learned Yan ge thrift He demurred at going to thef6ecialist on account of the large i fee he probably would have to pay Finally however he consented After reachln the eats office the Irishmans fears got the better of him again and he decided to make a few inquiries to learn if ha could what his visit should cost him The waiting room was crowded and Michael sat down beside a well dressed man who appealed to be waiting his turn Foinu docther I take it he remarked Inquiringly eminent specialist The greateJ authority in his lineI think the other Aftcfnskll1g a number of other ques tIous Michael ventured to inquire how WITH oRTRETCHEDHAND HE GREETED much w cost the stranger a visit The 1lYdlagnofirst vijsi t and charged probably t250 and aftr that the patient was charged about ij 0 u visit Just a that momentthe door opened into thfe specialists private office and Michael bounded over without waiting his turnWith outstretched hand he greeted the physician here Oi am again docther New Y1kTimes SerttqrProbabJy Had a Cold r was riding up In1one of the exclusive senate elevators the other dav Now there are no eleva tors In all the world like the senate variety They are the edition de luxe of all lifts and nobody but a sena tor that ride in one of them except at such odd times as a mere Citizen may sneak 4 ride when no dignified states man is looking In other words If a senators using one of the elevators at the I rth end of the capitol no ordi nary m tai may ride therein But on this oCQBrOn while Senator Lodge was being cja led upstairs ah outsider who happenel to be an acquaintance of the senator got aboard He was smoking a large Igar Senator Lodge sniffed One jof Cranes cigars he remark ed ins tingly He buys them for 2 cents a thousand Noreplied the senators fellow passenqHI just got this from your se down In your com mittce room =Boston Herald Crabbed Age At thi dinner that the Chicago Press Hub gae not long ago in Edward Pay son We tons honor the veteran pedes trian ageiAge S no but you would thInks from the way some people try to cone al it We can give the lie to buoyantjof us to resent our burdendofyenrs in any other manner The ged Ben Davies of St Josep- hrcsentebis years in a foolish crusty wS y UHell old man D vlesan elderly ph lawyer said to him one morning Old Davies snaried Old hey Well b w about yourself Im no older th n you are Whats your earli est rec lection r The lawyer grlnn d at old man Davies nd replied i Wei let me see Yes I think thats I My earliest recollection is hearing olks say The egO old man Davies t n Overyauhtcd Virtue- S I ihibali the general superin tendent f the life saying service said the othe day of an applicant for a cer tain pos The i ian was recommended for his steadlne s Now steadiness is1 a virtue especial 7 In life saving that goes none too far Whenever 1 think of it think of an old lady I used to know Mrs Madden a gentleman once raid to this old lady your neighbor Herbert BisbIng has applied to ine for work li he steady Mrs Iadden threw up her hands et Steai ly lsIU8hesaldSureJt he eras any steadier hed be dead t r r DrW e F rusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreasonable priceS All work uaranteed Office oyer Haydou Barber r B D LAKEInsurance Agent- S KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your solicited DR M W HYATT DR JNO M SPAULDINa OFFICE OVERlTHE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS UR HYATT J 1030 to 12 m 4tobpm DrSPAULDI G2 to 4p m And in office all Night M Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER Ci HAYDONS DRUG STORE Office Hours 8 to 9 A M1 to 2 p M Dr w W Ray PHYSICiAN AND SURGEON Office over Haydon Robertsons Drug Store Office phone 115 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TELE6JIAP l IJ fINCORPORATED t ly l r r t4bELy fA t ti o Is J J 4 u- I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1908 i I irMt Removal Sale TO RAISE OR i NOT TO RAISE t Thai jjls the Question Discussed vM f ByMr Mailings L c t i l EiIT nSN I Atjmeeting of the Washington Coun y Board of Control Monday Feb it thjby unanimous vote resolutions were jpassed asking the tobacco grow ersof thecoUhoto cut out the crop of 1908 While many farmers advocate the grow fofa crop of tobac o it would be well to consider the matter from a busin jss standpoint before beginning the y ars world And it is well also to cnsi1er that the Board of Control most Ofwioni have sold their 1907 crop would1 naturally prefer v as does thej of this article to grow tobacco 17 jticbuldjbe done under normal condi But normal conditions do not exist in the it bacco growing sections of ou- rtat4The price of tobacco had been forced own under trust manipulation until lit had reached a point far below the cost of production This brought about the organization of the farmers and tie organization ot the pool havelhad an upward tendency ever I now values on the breaks have passed itiose set by the pool itself This in turn results in the attempt of sbealled independent growers to in crease their acreage thereby rendering ineffectual the efforts of farmers tin the pool iio realize good prices for theirS product Asa question of tweeni man and man is it right for a man or set of men to reap the harvest they lave not sown Is ifr right for the independent grower who has already sold two crops of tobacco at an advance j f from 3 to 5 cents per pound whilES contributing nothing to that advanc to snd between his brother farmer wbas held two crops in many cases without drawing one cent for his years work and the realization of a fair price for his product This adyance for two fears means from 6 to 10 cents enoughI to spay the grower for a third beer prices than he realized from the trust prior to this move and without the labor and cost of producing it No One disputes the legalright to grow but is it morally right And does it show i very high order of citizenship to stand ready to violate th rights of our fellowmen with impunity just so d jkeep within the pale of the law Old Shylock himself demanding his pound of flesh stood on his rights under the law How many Shylocks are there in Washington county today Bufc supposing it were morally right iiamatter of business will itLbe worth 4the cost of production No good citizen upholds the lawlessness of Kentucky today and none have greater cause to complain than members of the Society of Eqpity themselves but neither can any oe deliberately shut his eyes and sray that these conditions do not exist If othler counties decide to cut out tb crop 4s jiearlyVll of those of Icy Society have decided is ithuman1- nature for them to sit still and allow j others jto raise and sell a crop of tobac co thereby ttrihat extent neutralizing their cwn efforts Do not newspaper reports1 repeatedly indicate that Chris tian county is suffering from tions Jycitizens from other countIesII Fhe natural effetrof raising WasHinkton county with other counties ATJ M 4 r 1IS it e 1 Is Now 4 1 = T 1naugrad AN II VERY LOW PRICES ARE QUOTED ON Mens Suits Boys Jongpant Suits BoY sHortpant Suits i Corduroy Suits and pants and Ladies and iildWens Cloaks Overcoats are alsol included ItTHISIS STRICTLY CASH SAILED 0 ndy IVIclntire Springfield not raisins will be to make this a feat of constant warfare for the coming twelve mo The grower of tobacco IwoUJd Sl 1p1y invite a state of anarchy n l1sown community Is it worth the cost After enduring the constant worry for fear of troubleduring the time of trowing the crop and the atItaiidant epeise the grower may his years woi k going up in smoke and flame as elas losing buildings and suffering c hei losses It is aue that many have bought farms goin j in debt therefor and others have ena its that must be takencare Jof Do nojfthse same conditions exist among th se in the pool as well sI those out 1 the man in the however1hardbacco unspld aid in m my instances dOllaronIJthosesold twolcrops at the price of three former ones ir d some way to live for LAndthat as SQl ma ti out of the pool desireJ to raise the iop no further effort prevent the rwizfg of a crop will be made The Bi rley Society already has from 150 to 200 million pounds of tobac coheldoff the n arket and this tobacco certainly ean b i held no longer than this seasohV f this tobacco should be put on thm r cet at the end of 1908 what would tile grower realize for bis tobacco in e e of such competition There ar m my things to consider in this matte snd in considering it we should lool b yond the boundaries of our own co nt j and remember that this fight if w iji and won it will be will result in u itow benefits to the citizen ship of ou State in larger returns for our labor to ooler and to nonpooler iDes man of the towns and cititliahd the more humble citizen of the rural di tri ts as well And beyond moteittaall the Qfttliig guns and soldiers in Kentucky Th sre has been a cause for these troub es rid until the cause is removed it wni b6 impossible to reach the disease itsejlf By cutting out the crop it will reriQve the cause of the irritation and p eac i will be not enoughtx qay that these conditionsI should not exist However may be condemned we cart not deny I Ithat they are stern facts and it is as the duty of a good citizen to re frain from giving cause for irritatiom althuugh it may be done under the law as it is the luty of other citizens to refrain from acts ttf violence in order to protect thei r ri jlfts C W STALUNGS JENKINSVILLE News is scarce but I will try and jot down a i ew items Mr Dave Sinppson was in Springfield Saturday on bu mess Mr J V Perkins has returned to his sons iift r spending a few days with hIS sis Mrs W T Phillips at Canary flMr Char1 tose bought a horse last week P4SMr and Mr E L Perkins gave a musical entertainment Fnday night Those preset vrere Mr and Mrs Geo Ishnm and am ily Mr and Mrs Chas P well and soiif Julius Mr and Mrs James Harilt4n and family Mr and Mrs Charli4 Rojie Mr and Mrs James Thompson Mr and Mrs WH Webb and son Biel Mr George Blue Mr and Simpson and family Mrs in West and sonS MrsUav Foster and sister Gla burge Alt report an enjoyable tirie Miss Laufa iardm of Pleasant Grove is i4tinher sIster Mrs Dave Simpson Mr J Vv erkinsis visiting rela t yes in ounty this week erJert rMT ZION Mrs Kate Williams is visiting Dr Crurife and wife in Bar stOvn this Week fllaYllbrfield Mrs S I Russell is dangerously ill with a tumo in her side Mrv Clartnce Mitchell was i1J this neighborhood buying lambs last week Miss Lydia Bishop of Midway is vis iting her sister Mrs Sue Williams of this place Mr Herbert Grumes was in last week LOUisVI11eI Dr Grigsby and wife of were called to the bedside Grigsbys brother Mr Everett Week t cy vhq suffering with blood poison Mis Sallie May Williams has re turne l hop after a weeks vIsitwith her cousin Miss Mayme Wilkerson of Blooniffeld Mrs J Dyer has returned to here home near ohon after a sever 1tlaysrr visit to her mother Mrs S R Russell Mr John Russell of Vanaisdale is with his mother who is very low Mr Billie Grigsby and wife of near Fair field attended the funeral of his brother Mr Thos Grigsby Saturday MissM rgie Bonta is visiting friends in arid near Taylorsville this week Mr JThomas GrigsDy died at his home last Ftriday morning of la grippe Funeral services were conducted the fol io wind day by Rev Eversole after which the remains were laid to rest in Mt Zion cemetery Mr Fred Calvert and wife of near Bladk visited the latters grandmother one day last week Mrs S H Bishop of Springfield visited her parents last week Mr Everett Weekley died at his home at this place at five oclock Sunday morning Of blood poisoning He l aves a wife and two children to mourn his loss Valjand visited at the home of Mr H B Bonta last Sunday Miss Margie Bonta returned home last Sunday after a several weeks visit to her sister Mrs S H Bishop in Springfield Mr George Russell and wife of Spencer are with his mother who is at the point of deathSMiss Lydia Williams has returned home after a visit to relatives in Bardstown We are glad to see Mr Billie Grumes out again after a bad spell of illness Mr H B Bonta and James Hays Jr bought twc Jersey cows from Mr Ed Downs of B oomfield last week Mr S Rr Bay ie bought a fine Jersey cow from Mr Itchell price paid 50 BOOKER Tobacco is stil being shipped Mr Otis Set le and wife haye again gone to housek eping in the house re cently purchase by Mr Emmet Settle from Mr Wm ood + Mrs Josie Ba low and children spent last Wednesday it Mr Edd Piles Master Theo Boblitt spent Sunday at his Uncle Em net Settles the guest of Master Harry Boblitt Little Miss Myrtle Barlow who has been on the sick list at her Grandfather Piles home was able to go to Mr Bmniet Settles en Saturday with the rest of the family Miss Margaret Montgomery has ie turned to her J me at Maud after spending two we eks with her cousins Mr and Mrs Edd Pile Mr and Mrs I uke Barlow and chil dren have been spending the week with tJ relatives before going to Illinois w they will make their future home ereI s We have received a letter from boys 14r Charlie Settle of offrur Kansas He says they are plenty of snow and that the are losing some of their stock On account of it feezing to death j Mr Ti J Settle sold to Byron Croake a bunch of hogs at 375 Mr Lloyd Yates visited relatives in Louisyille last week Mit mmet Settle and wife were in Springfib1cMonday on business 1vtIlmaketheir yearj MG A C Yates is quite ill with grip MiL Joe Settle and wife Mr Otis Settle wife and son Mrs Ham Pile and sons dined withMrs Cathie Settle Friday last Mr Lee Godby and wife Mr Albert Wall and wife left last week for Mont moulh 111 to make their future home Mri H Cutsinger and wife visited Mr Tom Sweeney and wife last Sun dayMrs Otis Settle spent a few days this week with her parents Mr Smith and daughter Margaret visited Mrs Dick SmitW one day last week Mr Love Settle our new photographer was in Lebanon making picturest recently Love is an expertI Mr Emmet Settle is goingto build an addition to his house purchased of W S Goode Mr Sherman Weekly of Louisville will ipove in Mr Yanceys house Mri Heze Cutsinger has moved to his new house Mr Lucas Barlow and family are at Mrj Emmet Settles Three ofsMr Bar lows children are on the sick list WILLISBURG The infant daughter Mr and Mrs T J Miller died Sunday evening March 1st at 930 oclock The remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at this place the following day The com mUnity extends condolence to the be reaved father and mother Homer Hughes is on the sick list Miss Tavie Goodlett is spending this week with her sister Mrs W B Shirley 7 iJ Trent and family visited his parents at this place Sunday rand Mrs J T Sutherland gave the young folks a social Thursday eve ning in honor of their guest MisIda Gray All report a pleasant time Miss Elizabeth Shirley was in Springfield last Monday Misses Lora and Cassie Yancey spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister Mrs S B Yeager Dr W W Hyatt was in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs W B Shirley spent Saturday and SuriHay witIrMrand Mrs Sam Goodlett near Springfield Miss Willie Ruby visited her grand mother Mrs Ruby last week Mr and Mrs Jl W Sutherland are spending a few days with the latters father who is very il- lWT Wells was in Springfield Mon- pay Mrs Ardia Noel and little son Leroy spent one day last week with her par placeMrs visited her parents one day last week SYCAMORE VALLEY John Armstrong lost a valuable mare last week Lee Settles sold a cowand calf to Albert Pines tor 45 James and John Settles sold their to bacco in Louisville last week for 1275 and 1025 Mr and Mrs H H Elder and Mr- V t t ttf and Irs John Backmah of Glensboro pen last Sunday night with Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland Mr i Matt Donahou ot Indiana and Miss Eya Ihman spent from Thursday- till aturday with Mr and Mrs Sleet Pink ton of Willisburg Jo Ii Settles is improving Mr and Mrs M C Keeling spent Sund ay with J M Shields and family Mrs J S Inmar and daughter Mauc were in Springfield Monday Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland spent one lay lasjt week with James Settles and family Mr Jas Settles has returned home after spending a week with her son Edgar at Polin Mrs Matt Donahou will returnto her horn in Indiana Tuesday She will be acco ipanied by her brother LesS t ties He iry Settles of Brooksville visited his rother John Settles and sister frs J S Ijrtnan Saturday Mr and Mrs H H Elder of Glens boro and Mr and Mrs TW Sutherland spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs I D Sutherland Jan es and Ballard Settles and Jv S Inma i were in town Monday J d Shields and J Si Thomas were in Lo nsville WednesdayS On the 25th day of February the Elde famil celebrated their fathers J M Elder fiftieth birthday anniver AIbounrecei ed some very handsome presents Jhos present were Mr and Mrs C K Elder Mr anti Mrs F W Elder and wo sons Mr and Mrs T W Elder and five sons Mr and Mrs S R Eider dnd daughter of Bloomfield Mr and drs H H Elder Mr and Mrs J H Blackman of Glensboro Mr J W I lder of Vanburen and Mr and Mrs Samuel Ray and little daughter- of Simmstowri MAUD JAsthis f lace for some time I will try and write a few items School began here Monday with Miss Lydia Houston as teacher Mis Josie Shehan spent Saturday with t er cousin Mrs Ora Crumes Katherina Montgomery has returned home latter a weeks visit with her an Pjle JMike Troutman daughter and- grandon attended meeting at New Hope Sunday Mrs1J M Montgomery spent Sunday w th Mr John Virgin MIKateWakefield has returned home from Harrodsbiirg accompanied by heir sister SIrs Shannon Cloyd Mis Nellie ndrews is visiting Mrs Carro Allen of Bloomfield Messrs Wallace Seay and Charlie McIlyy vrere in Spencer county Friday and Sturday MrsM L Troutman spent Friday with her brother Mr Pete Shehan who id sick e are glad to report him some setter- Mr Joe Bishop of Springfield 4was in thi i vicinity Monday looking after tobaco Mr Wallace Seay was in Mooresville Monday ohn Virgin awl Hugh Jones 1fieid Saturday on busi MesIJ Flugher had another mis- fortun1saturd Y His horse ran away topieces As it hap no one In the surrey i to hear of the deaths of Messrs Torn Grigsby and Everett Weekle i and extend sympathy to the bereaved ones Mr LouisKirsch bought two sho ts i jS from M L Troutman price unknown Mesdames Kate Virgin and Katet Shewmaker spent Wednesday withy f Mrs M L Troutman JlastMr and Mrs Lindsay Dodsotiand daughter Christine spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Frank SettlesI Mr Willie Virgin and wife spent last week with Mr and Mrs John Virgin t Miss Ollie Gray of Jtohn spent last week with Miss Delia Virgin l Miss Mayme McChord has returned to her home in Flemingcounty aftec several months visit to her aunt Mrs tT B Flaugher cr Mrs Charlie McIIvoy who liSle ill WfIth grip is able to be out a Mrand Mrs WIll Sheh4rItheir son in Nelson county a fey days last week T Vi f i cJti I Mr Vernon Warren is thq iJtihis sister Mrs Robert MiIt1liY week 5S SSt Mr Alvie Perkins is very ill wftti ir1 complication of diseases S7 j Mr J VPekinsisi visitingthis sonIP Mr Willi burg thI week II Miss Matie Tobin is with hruna- Mr James Tobin at Fairfield wlvjjsj very ill i Misses Ada and Margie Feriwicicv Adray Canary and Margaret Hiatt were guests of Miss Hattie Logsdpn Sunday v Mr T R Begley arid son Will wet e in Louisville last week with their tobacco Mr Pat Tobin is visiting his br theF Mr John Tobin this week iS Mr Robert Milton and Mr Vernon Warren were with Mr Melvm Gillispi of Mackville Sunday 11 SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMLSJTt c Sv 0 Parrott Rt 5 has for Sale three nice sows and pigs Also twelye shoats will weigh about 90 pounds L Springfieldfor hasJ thy hay Baled and in fine condition G L Haydon Rt 4 Jbas for sales 74 months old Short Horn Bull Calf finely bred and good individual Will have him registered an4 will furnish certified copy on same KyoR9ute8hashay Mrs C N Willett Rt has for sale S S Hamberg eggs 18 for 50c 30 for 100 Case Brady Rt3 have for sale good milk cows and calves and butcher t cattle onnannon nnn TWO HOUSES AND LQTS FORSALE On Walnut Street Springfield Kentu kj c 1 These two houses are lamojig the most desirable residences n town and Were formerly f properties of Aunt Mary ThonfpP json Both houses have fiyei j rooms and good lotsStoI ROBERT M THOMPSON Administrator b 1oSOooooOaOOi 0 rI St r