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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7- STj L- fl t r IL4I4 I 1- iki01 I T j L tli t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY tdf 2 1 1 I iViLUME1YI I l I k lSPRINGFIELDKY WEDNESDAY MARCH II 1908 n I NUMBER li1 Ii F EDITORIIAL ESPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR t WOE TO HIM THAT TOWN WITH STABLISHETH A CITY LillY THE KILLING OF THE COUNTY UNIT BILL A mackrelat the bottom 01 the keg in2I the saltiest brine has as much life ff in it as the county unit bill h On last Wednesday Mir h1the r bill was killed in the Kentucky Senate and here are the names of the gentle t n nthe Senators who killed it 4 t BosWORTH CAMPBELL t CHARLTON j duNN i 4 COMBS J CURE rON I14 HTrDBLEI J pvNELL IS ISMITH NEWMAN 1 f f 1ABB TAYLOR Eo M7j TAYLOR G AJ i tJ WALKER f 6y the above vote the Senate refused tocall the county unit billtftm the committee and put it on passage It was abig victory for the whisky fortes and a complete knockdown for the temperance people of Kentucky On March 4 the day the bill was killed it required only a majority tdtake the bill put fteothmiteebut the whisky interests marshaled their forces and by a vote of 18 tp 16 refused to uput the bill on its passag4 ereby thwarting the will of the people The followings day theSenate by a vote of 22 to 13 amended its rules arid it now requires a two thirds vote to take a bill from a committee and put it on its passage hence it will be been that there is absolutely no chance for the passage of the county unit tfill If it could not get a majority of 1 bn March 4 certainly it is not expected that the bill can now get a twothirds jmajority Through misleading headlines printed in Louisville papers some people have been led to believe that the unit bill was killed on Thursday MarchJ 5 by the vote of 22 to 13 changing tfie Senate rules This vote was not a vcjte on the cpunty unit bill While the amended rule makes it appear more impossible t to put the bill on its passagfc it is not more impossible now than it was be ibre the Senate rule was changed Had trule remained as it was that i Itrucklqg two majority whuld have Isill been in the inside pocket of the whiskytrust and being sot m its ways it would have o bedluJ like a cork every time an a U jto call the unit bill from tht commit tee I The enate rule was changed it is Claimed in order to di business patChl mote rapidly but from lineup it looks like it was a politic mo re Dem ocrats voting for the change Republi cans against it Some say th i rule was L4mended to prevent the Republican re districting bill from being put on its passage others say it was amend d for this that and the other purpc se But iio one can assert and produce evidence Sto prove the truth of the assei tion that it was ancounty i unit votelthat it was amended to prevent passage of the unit bill for there were i ot a few local option votes recorded for the amndedrule and upon the other h nda number of whisky followers voted against it IBear in mind that the coizntfrunit pill was not mentioned in the prpceedr irig otMarch 5 and that tha vote was lit a vote on the bill but ihember an cf actual county unit vote was recorded I r tbeforeMarch4and the bill ki led by the votes of the Senators w lose names are printed above t is absurd to say that some of these g ntlemen who voted against the a ended rule lids because they lay ordthe county unit bill and that they voted thus in order to make it m re possible to take the bill trom the co timittee and put it on its passage when the day before they cast a direct vote against nutting the bill on its pas saje leniember the day Wednesday M ren 4 look at the list printed above anfnotetherimtnes of the Senators who have prevented5a number ot counties from voting barrooms out of the county by a unit vote A damon the coun tif18that are made to suffer is the gooc old county pf Marion ITS COMING The whisky interests of Kentucky have not een theirvsaddest dayr It is yet to come It will bea dat of retribution and it will dawnwihin the next five years These interests played well their PaNs at Frankfort and won but they hamade a most serious blunder Wpen they entered the political arena taoutBeckhanvand to destroy the j county unit bill they whetted the kn whichLY cut own throats Another Legislature will be elected in two years aid traitorous Democrats and trading ReublicaijwUlbe barred by the votes of decent white men and the 4 like the reckless Belshazzer in the dayiof old they wilisee the hand wring upon the wall the horror thlir unrighteous dedsbave wrought will dawn upon them and their forti ficrtiqns will disappear like tissue in the raging storm and they will stand as conquered rebels shackled by a mighty army might have jlepeOPleOfKentuckY unit bill asked for a beentpassed but the whisky trust the wh lesalers and the retailers believing they knew the game of politics went tQ Frankfort with the greenback and the coin opened headquarters dangled the r specie sparklers in front of the ogl ng optics of the hankering tyonor abl is andwon the day Some no doubt demanded cash in- haijd other cash and votes to boot cash in tSeir jeans Bradley in the tin ted States Seriatethe county bill in the soupinfamy over it all Thats the way it ended last Friday a week ago B1ut gentlemen of the whisky inter ests waitwait and see if your coattails dont fan the horizons of Kentucky- wh nthe cyclone strikes you You are gone goslings you have picked your own feathers clipped your own wings stuck your bills in too deep and split your own paddles you can fly and you cant swim and a gosling ne er could rtin lVw waddle Squall squatte and for you have succeeded through nefarious means in thwarting the will df yicLt dash and cunning and san alous scherhing may play the fiddle ana hold hig carnival fOr a period but Right Mighty Truthjwill be the conqueror in1 the end Mark th prediction rtws reported jnFr n1frt a few ago that the McChord tobacco bill t4 mysteriously disappeared When ol slack Chitin heard the report he gaVe out the following interview ji dont believe in nigh riding but I would hate to be the man who monkey with thafehill fprjthe night riders surely would get him and what they plentyJhearnest about that bill and want itpassed They are not coming down unless they have to but Ill tell youJ would not like to be the man who rieI to steal that bill t H I MAJORITY 1433 S A Shanklin Democrat won over C C Degman Republican in Mason county last Saturday by u majority of 1433 The election was held to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Repre sentative Virgil McKnight t The majority is the largest ever given a Democratic nominee in that cpunty and is a rebuke to the bolters the Courier Journal Gov Willson and cirtyoff It will be remembered that the Cour i rJour al through its staff cprres pbndent operating at Maysville claimed the Democrats could not carry thecounty But in view of the bg betrayal at Frankfort and the boun everyDemocrat good big majorit However they did not expect it tc be as big as all out- dOors butoff mrse are elated that it happe led that ay Mason county is the old home of Gpv Willson jMaysvill j is the town in wlich he madia that fa nous opening sped en and sprung hisH alkingonglass appeal to the vote s not to question him on the subject of ocal option This rebuke fom the dear folks at home coming so soon after Mr Willson took his seat as Governor f must be irritating Majority 1433- Gentlemen t and fellowcitizens of Ma t son county accept our most profound thanks J You froed dat brick hard and struck center blacking the eyes of Willson Watterson Booze and Bolter WRONG BRETHREN The Kentucky Advocate Lillards home paper condemns the bolter in the strongest and severest manner Lillard deserves the condemnation of the people but he does not deservje it from the Advocate If a parent teaches a son to throw stones at a house in Which there are many window panes the son should not r r be chastised by the parent if in his recklessness hecasts one stone through a pane of glass The father having taught his son the way of wickedness should not condemn him for so s alfa departure from his teachings J The Advocate encouraged Lillard to throw stones at the house and it wak very bad taste for that aper to condemn him when the wi dow pane was broken The Advocate seeing its mistake should have saidrMr Lillard had we not encouraged ou to throw stones at the house th window glass would not have been shattered therefore we shall not ondemn you but will leave that to other people However we have repented we will teach you no mo e to throw stones In the future rj you break a window we will be at liberty to condemn you and we will rub it m in a most forcible manner This time we will refrain That would have been the manlier course for the Advocate to have pursued in this instance If an individual is taught to steal a purse his teacher should not condemn him if he steals two purses CAMPAIGNING Unless Gov Willson pardons him pa leb Powers will conduct his campaign for the Republicannomination for CO- ngress irt the Eleventh District from his cell in the Georgetown jail Mr Ed wards the present Congressman frpro that district will be Powers opponent Up in that section of Kentucky Po ers has won his laurels he is a sort of sharp shooting hero with a broad cdeep notch in his guntnditwill be powerful hard to defeat him Pows may be elected to Congress next fall and he may be sentenced to the peni tentiary at his next trial Then what whataboutthe conflicticn of dates THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE In this issue of The Sun we print an interesting article from the pen of R y Miles Saunders on The Mountain o pIe Mr Saunders is anintertaini quheaChristianizing of that section of K n tucky His letter gives more proof and establishes the fact that where religion and education spread th ir tents crime and indolency give waylto Christian energy and universal good willstory of the Nazarene1 a id enlightenment of education have demoreMnfinitely rnokeo tame tie fuedist than have the hangmanis ro e and the felons cOil v LEAVE IT UNSAID c j The individual who makes it a part pf his daily routine to stand around and criticise this that and the otbe thing that somebody has said or done and then adds Im his friendbutU would save himself from the stain of a he if the latter part of his spiel were left unsaid That character of fellow is guilty of two sins First he is guilty of the sin ofunjust criticism slanderlian A woman in LaRue county has sold 20 worth of eggs each month during7 the winter Which causes us to Re mark that a man who has 100 henand one wife like this LaRue count farmers each inclined to do her fiitcan creased breeches and smoke e1 ceguars andnevl miss the change IjfThe Ke W Xork SnneayiyryaT Will carry New York tate oyer Taft we believe it not Because the New Yorjc Sun said so bibecausewellwe ju4t- feel it in orir bones and see it in the expectmg rtSYIYanitand egie are no longer bosom friends A dispute arose over a game of golf and the two old f 500000000 birds ruffled their feathers and quit speak 1Pg j Senator Bradley has declared for Fairbanks and sonie of the boys who were for Taft now aint 1jLillard may reside in Danville but he would be happier in Halifax IrGOOD NEWS Congressman Ben John son Working to Re f r move the Tax Froth i Tobacco v Washington D C March 5Good news for tobacco grOwers was made public by Ben Johnson today During the past week Representat- iVe Johnson has been hard at workday and night to se ure the passage ofa off1tobacco prominent leaders upon the Republican side that this isa very meritOriousbill- Some of the Republican leaders have signified their willingness tp not only help get the bill up in the House but to pass it Mr Johnson believes that the Senate has recently undergone change of spirit in the attitude of tfaL body and that the Senate will also pass it if the House does Mr Johnson is actively interesting himself in the subject and he thinks it is not all all mprobable the present Congress will grant to the tobacco growers that relief to which they are justly entitled i r i SOLD l ONE THOUSAND HHDS Burlty Socltty Closes Dial With American Tobacco Company 10PresiI dent Clarence Lebus of the Burley Tobacco Society branch of the Society of Equit announced here tonight that a sale of 1000 hogsheads of burley tobac co was made today to the American Tobacco Company The price paid was 15 cents per pound the price for which the bUrley growers have been contending since they organized to pool and withhold the crops from the socalled tobacco trust until it came to their terms JChis is the first sale made to the American Tobacco Company since the iight began two yearS ago The sale was consummated at Win chester where samples ot the tobacco are stdred in warehouses Lebus and many members of the dis camelhereto pass the McChord tobacco bin placing the buyers for manufacturers under the poll e power of the State The bill has alredy passed the House C TTINj SCRAPE IPolin School House Last Sat urday Night i Rodney Hall and Jno Wilson became involved in a difficulty Saturday night at Polin aId Hall cut Wilson inflicting a painfjul but not serious wound Sev eral yjungvinen were giving a grapha phonetbrtinment atthe Polin schopl house i and it is alleged that young Hall went to the house and created some disturbance on the outside of the building and a number of the young men went out and requested him to leave qr come into the building and be quiet Words passed between Hall and Wilson resulting in Hall using his knife Circuit Court Circuit court has not yet adjourned but nothing of importance has been tried daring the past week save the case off B D Lake vs Mrs J A Johnston et als in which one of the defendaptsR C Canary filed exception to the report of sale on the grounds of inadequacy of price and im proper and insufficient advertising The hearing occupied all of yesterday and at the conclusion of the testimony Judge Thurman announced that he would verrule the exceptions on the inIadequataside and that it had not been proven that anyone had been prevented from bidding by the Commissioners failure to advertise in certain county seats Mr Canary was represented by Attorneys S A Russell and Marshall Dun jean Mrt Lake by John W Lewis and T S Iayes while W DClaybrooke- and W K Grigsby represented several of the creditors The grand jury returned the follow ing indictments Grand larceny 1 petit larceny 2 carrying concealed 3 breach ot peace 12 detainin4woman 1 liquor in localop liquor to minor 4 I shooting on 2 malicious cut ting 1 4isturbing religious worship 1 A Bill e Congressman Ben johnson has intro duced th following bill in Congress Be itt enacted by the Senate and House of Representative of the United States of America in Congress assem bled Thdt the limit of cost at the public building at Lebanon Kentucky be and the same is hereby increased to fortyfivej thousand dollars Provided that not to exceed fpur thousand dollars ot the said amount authorized to be expended sha l be used in acquiring the site upon which the publIc building is to be erected I Notice Notice Durin1 my absence fiom my office my book and accounts can befoqid at Peoples Deposit Bankj U M BURTON ki r r CENSURED INicholasville People Kick on Gpyu Willsons Action Toward Sf v f NegroChargedwjh lv itrjine j E 1oStI J Ky March tThepardoning of Hyman Moore a young negr by Gov Willson is the topic Of conversation on the streets here today frjfcnIhim and came inc n tact with some of his dealings are to in their condemnation of him ghimconvicted of the charge of obtaining money urde false pretenses At a previous term of the Jessamine Circuit Court Moore was indicted for obtaining 5 from Mrs Moynohan under the tense that her son William sent hW for it butgetting the money lie put out and was not seen jiintil some time after when he was arrested f r the offenseIThe testimony that brought outtnet indictment was gin by Mrs Moyna han and herson the two parties directly concernedSMrs Moynahan isa highly esteemed lady of whose veracity no one has never questioned yet Goy WiUson wntes in his own hand on the pardon for Moore That this negro Moore was arrested and indicted to intimidate him as a witness in the libel suitf meaning Mr Moynahans libel suit againSt the CourierJaurnal in which he was given 15 060 damages The people are cpndemnirtg GOT Will son for his assertion that the negro was indicted in a conspiracy to further the interests of Mr Mpynahan as he was indicted by a fair and impartial jury they condemn him for pardoning this negro before the sentence pr judgment had been pass d on him by the court It is openly said that the Coulitr4 Journal used fts influence to sepufela pardon for Moore as Moynahan waa suing the CourierJojamaLf pr ajlbjelwa article The people recall Mr Willsons speech before his election at the court house when he said he would not pardon any one before trial Following is what t e local paper says of the matter iv 4 Augusts E Willson has begun tits term of office with a violation of a promise he made to the people in ihis Nicholasville speech in which he stated that he would pardon no person until after a trial and the facts justified a pardqn B ut he had hardly gotten his seat warm in his executixe office before ihe was bent to the will of the Courl r Journal and pardoned before trial one of the most worthless negroes who has eyer set foot in JessaminecoUIity Hyman Moore a man who has been proven a protege of the Courier Journal ijhe paper who lent its aid toward electing Willson Bradley and the defeat of the county unit bill But this is not the worst feature of this pardon In the reasons assigned by Gov Willspn for granting the par don before trial and getting it her oh the day this negro was to have been tried by a jury on thE charges brought against him he not only directly charges Mrs Bridget Moynahan with conspiracy to intimidate this negro to prevent hiS giving testimony in the libel suit against the Courier Journal but he direqtly charges Judge J F Barkleyj County Attorney WM Watts Sheriff RZ Moss the twelve men wHo brought the indictment of whIch jiiilford S Gvird was foreman with being parties to qua alleged conspiracy The Governor written in his sown hand a twords these i 0 Itis apparent from th testimony in the Moynahan case which has been read that this negro Moore was arres ted and nhictedto i i lidate him jig a witness in the libel suit and is the ic timof the clash of stronger int riitsf and the party to that proceeding JI used the criminal prosecution tQrh16 r him in the civilsuitSNytace the Governors wordtestzm- ony which has been readi71 Tjhegfacitsy are there waS no testldny to feadit There had beeh no trial for the nro had 4vaiyedapreLirninaryleiri g 11 Married i = i ft fliMr James A Holderman jjKl Miss Rosa R Barker were married this morning by Rev R E C I awsrori the marriage taking place at Iiaieot-Mr DGawson 4L i k j Jf r1 TT TT T T Tr w J 6 I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH r 19b8 M STRESS VERSUS MAID Seryant Accepts Challenge of Society Woman For Contest In Housework Hanna Qlsoh a servant girl in Boone I LV who says domestics cannot afford to naytt lalesshe accept the chall age t woxpallalsohousework Mrs Foster alleges that a servantsIthat she will prove it by rolling up her own kleeves and goinsto work Pans for tke remarkable cobtest are ing fo IThetwo womat work each in a home off the same number of rooms under about t tcesi me conditions A committee will bedimed and credits will be g veil lor tine consumed d and for thecondi tipQ if kitchen bedroom and Ii ing room at noon iWONDERFUL SUBMARINE I j Navy New Boat to Have Clever Life M Saving Device t A contract with a company that builds torpedo boats for the coast uc tion c f a submarine boat was signed by S retary Metcalf the other day The v sssel will be built at Bath Me The mentors claim that the loaf will be the largest and swiftest of sub steamlngfradius ity of iG knots two in excess of the contra t requirements An i portant feature of construe ion will e the compartment forward where by an equalization of air and water it is claimed a man may wjalk out of the open door into the water permi ng life saving when other meansof exit from the vessel are rut ti Alexander Horse duce halus the horse of Alexander thefGieat was in all probability the most elebrated horse of which twe have a ay knowledge He was bought forth sum of 16 talents from PhiWni cus on t of his breeding pastures of r Fhrsalia and it is known that jhe was skewbald or in other worls white clouded with large deep bay spots t iJiis peculiar treed being valued by ithe Parthlans above all others tut being slaked by the Romans beta se sof asihrseen in the dark I ncepilalus was ridden by Alexander it ttie iattle of the Hydaspes and th re receive his death wound Disobedient for once to the command of his mas 4ter he galloped from the heat of he battle brought Alexander to a pldce safe knelt as was his custom for him and having thus per forme trembled dropped downtJaUgbt Swimming Contest Sir jf hn Pakington a courtier of- c QueenFlizabeth was a reckless laser wagers once bet 3000 that oI would swim the Thames from t bridge it Westminster to the bridge at Green ch faster than three relays of young oblemen Sir John won tills bet e relays of noblemen though beotejnTheto the I sers she save by way of a can jwlatioi prize a butt of sack j jJ 49itj t 1 r WOMAN AND FASHION Frock For Normal Occasions A dressy gown not too elaborate b adaptable for most of the occa sions which appear in the life of the average woman is a necessary adjunct to the wardrobe A garment veryex pensive and ornate is always jut a little too nice to be worn at most of the small functions enjoyed by the feminine World and Is therefore not so eatisf actory as the more single toilet r OF NET AND LACE that can be worn without the thought of the amount palIrQr it obtruding itself The gown sketched Is a most attraO the model attd possesses the dainty feminine look which is often lacking in the more elaborate toilets It Is a model CMat will accentuate a womans best points and the wearer will wont der why she Is more attractive to the masculine plemcnt at least than when arrayed in a fussy overtrimraed garment The Rose Hatpin The French milirners are setting hag thatIyou your hat each you your pin intoit This method of trans ferring roses from one point tpanoth er has become very popular Und the woman whip had three red roses upon the right side of her hat yesterday will appear today with the same three roses proudly sticking in the bandeau Iti changes the appearance of the hat and is no trouble at all Moreover it en ables one to suit ones coiffure more readily than where the roses are set upon the hat hard and fast so that they cannot bechangedI Th Wise Course More than half of us wear masks Far better be a jolly sham than a mourner over ghosts iv TO STOPDECEPTION IN WOOD Bureau of Identification Established by the Government V ft is doubtful if any of the labors tories maintained by the government for scientific research uiqueIandin character yet bear promise of more Important results than one which has recently been established In Washington by the United Stales forest service for investigating the structure of commercially important woods says a bulletin of the forest senicer Lat mei t will not understand the significance of the proposed investigations carried on in this laboratory so quickly as architects builders and other wood users scarcityofously perplexed in identifying substI- tutes Mistakes of this kind in identi fication have in several instances meant the loss of thousands of dollars and many embarrassing lawsuits Nearly any user of lumber can recog nize an l name offhand all the usual themgrowingencountered in Identifying the common kind of lumber in a mill yard because he knows the few trees from which the yard lumber comes Buti common kinds are growing scarce and woods not often cut heretofore are appearing in the markets The most eX iperienced men are sometimes puzzled when they try to Identify them and persons with less experience have still more trouble Is a certain wood gum or elmIs another cucumber linn or poplar Is a stick sugar maple or red mapleDoubts may arIse whether a piece isl hemlock or spruce or whether It Is lod rep le pine or fir or whether a shingle cypress or cedar A dealer may buy red oak and suspect that he is getting something else There are thirty or more important spocles of oak The best lumber dealer might not know which1 is which in the lumber pile or if ho knows he might not know how to prove it Many of these woods look alike event the trained eye of the mill man or the builder and yet they are widely different in value for certain purposes andit Is of the greatest importance to be able to distinguish them quickly and certainly Again anew wood may come ton mans notice for the first time and it may be necessary for him to deride what it is and what it is worth The government has been helping In dividual lumber users for some time but the facilities have not been near so complete as they are now It is to meet such needs and answer such questions that the forest service has es tabllshed the laboratory and placed it In Charge of a trained dendrologist Architects lumbermen manufacturers jend makers of woodware are already sending in samples of wood for iden tification and asking If there are not some structural characters by means of which such woods may 1jt con veniently separated for relative Species having greater or less value for some specific purpose The laboratory will investigate in a practical way The structure of the woods sections lengthwise and cross wIse will be studied so as to separate by structure atone the various species of genus Analytical keys tothebitrees of each group will be worked out These will be based on the ar rangement and character of the pores discernible to the naked eye or by a hand lens The results will be pub lished from time to time with good Il lustrations and placed at the disposal of lumber users BED FOR AUTO VICTIMS New Hospital In Philadelphia to Have Unique Endowment The Garretson hospital recently opened in Philadelphia will betile first in the United States to have an endowed bed reserved for the use of victims of automobile accidents Mon ey fo the purpose is being raised br members of the Quaker City Ladies Motor club v giftwlllbewill have a prior right to the bed after which others who may be In jured by reckless or careless motorists gill have a chance to use it lfit be unoccupied at the time Home For Fortyniners Blanche Bates the star of The Girl of the Golden West Is agitating a project for the establishment of a home for needy forty niners Miss Bates Is an ardent student of the his tory of her native state and believes the work of development In California is directly due to the early gold seek ers In return for their efforts of a half centur ago she believes those that require it should be rewarded to the extent of furnishing them a refuge in their old age The actress is now in communica ion with the various congressional representatives from Cali fornia with a view to learning how much she may depend upon them for aid in the movement Shopping For Summer There are straw hats In the windows there are laces In the store There Is lingerie like cobwebs and thin peekaboo galore There are snow banks on the sidewalks there ire ice cakes In the river Bo lets go shopping you and I and shiver shiver shiver theres the dainty silken stocking with the open latticed side And the panama and sailor each the coming seasons pride Boreas Is speeding usward all the arrows In his quiver So lets gdishopplng you and Iand shlv er shiver shiver i The low necks are alluring as they pose behind the pane And the filmy summer fabric charms our vision once again Bo while the north wind sticks us like a million pointed sliver Lets go shopping you and I and shiver shiver shiver TVaterhouBe In New York Sun 118 aaaa aaa aaa 1I a ala If e HIII1 MANUFACTURER OF 1 1 d HOMEMADE 1Fr- i t hARNESSI YtI t II r4-t Harness Talk That Oughttolnterestw e il Ever Man and J f t Woman whoKy ivezIr r II- Look over the stock of Soaps Oils etc next t ejyou are in t k AteconomyIre not only adapted to the cleaning and oiling of harness but is pe buggytopsj a package ot this soap at a Part wield their arms part curb the foaming teed so says rt t Milton and he doubtless described one of unfortunate run aways which are very dangerous to everybody con erned RlgntIhere I want your serious attention If your ha ness is homemade kind into which has been put as much labor of loze as thought for profit Yu ll come out of the fray in fine shape IIt is the mailorder or dealer sort that has no makers reputa tion at stake youll probably have some broken bonesas well asaa completely wrecked turnout See my Safty Single Driying Harness15 kinn for 10 1 t q I i 950f + 95OS9a5Oti + HOIIIEMADE L HARNESSI Jj When a horse plunges joorly constructed harness go to pieces and a life may be sacrificed You can always feel safe in driving IKwith harness I make bec use I use only stock which 1 test 1 t ti1o 9ti 50 raY- BUYSJ THE BEST LOW RICE HARNESS ON THE MARKET d a1bfrom the prevailing styles My modern shop methods and years of experience make it ible to build a harness to orderto suit your extralcost There is no uncertainty about my make of harness is made according to the die tates of skill I solicit a ttialorder J n All horses do not need te whlp but a buggy or carriage looks queer without onei A fin rig should be complimented with a handsome whip Nothing mars the looks of a nice outfit so much as a bent broken or fad d whip SKALUN is the always upwhip that waves gracefully as you travel along and must be had to complete the stylisni appearance of a fine horse good har ness and swell vehicle kalon means Rattan with the scale left on which gives the Skakm Whip in the drivers hand that l feeling of pliancy always fires nt In a high grade whip t t jlc You will find me located just across the street from the First National Bank When you see th6 large gray horse come in nnd be convinced before buying elsewhere Satisfaction guaranteedL i 5 CEO J BEGEMANN 4 1 I C J i aifai ala aiai aaaaa a fa aIall y I iI t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH n 1908 7 k f CHOICE MISCELLANY Banks In the West lBalS are in every hamlet andt vii ag f the middle west and are stead fly in reasing in number The commu nity af 20fo population often lnjs a bank some of 400 population have twoet with the prosperous yeais of the past half decade have they suc cashieronearly all farmers located in a town uof 25C population 200 miles west off the Missouri river W1 en we started five yqars sago exper enced bankers told us we might get 5000 in deposits but Ve c4 Uld mIghtipayUlpeably have some losses We have 61 000 d posits all out of the immediate dvidendsf dol arC M Hargen in Atlantic Monthly Brought the Rain An interesting rainmaking exper is reported from North Ot6ga 1New ealand where there had been a long The places chosen were 1050 feet above sea Raklftable 500 feet above the sea The first attack on the skies was made with three explosions in the lust And most powerful forty pounds of dynamite and twentyfive pounds of powder being used No im mediate ef r vere observed but a Slig h show er fe at a place a little distance away Further explosions er Ch the strongest being rgrfOllOWed pounds of on and pounds of dynamite These were followed by widespread and heavy rains which continued for- twodYs r Sort of Convincing Colo Let Plummer of New York wjho hates the sight of an automobile bough the other day a handsome brown mare to match Barbary Belle A day or two later he asked his groom hif11JohntejnPersWt makes you thinks asked the colonel She don t said John take kindly to nobody sir She dont lIke mfe to go into the box to feed her Jt yoTheknow I do not think there is any thing wrong with her temper 1 dldn t at first sir said John but ybu see e he kicked me out o the box 1twice and when you comes to think abput itthats sort o convincinYf Plttsb irg Press 1 Profit In Broken Glass The waste from s1ass furnaces fis now nadeuseful flnNr fire restating mold ire placed fragments of glass of Various colors which are then raised to a high temperature The coherent Ss mass thus produced can be dressed a d cut Into beautiful mottled blocks and slabs forming an artificial marble pf decorative surface Designs in relief can be obtained ijy pressure while the material is still plastic From tamedglass window can be made by firing without the ordinary slow process df tileadlJig A prosaic soda water Spit tie in the final fulfillment of its destiny raay dazzle the eye as brilliant sfol1eStThusthe most valuable commodity if properly Dandled and utilized i Silent Aldrich l Ascribe who is undergoing his flrst experience at the capitol this season wand ted into the den of the senate committee on finance the other day and trolled casually up to the desk of Senator Aldrich chairman of that 1Sante Uy paper would like to printaij inter Jew With onn the financial I reporttoMj dear young friend interrupted the senator as a wide and very bland Smilespread over his features when youweel on subject whatever GQa- qfayrWaShington Herald f i Travel FactstTra satlantic travel east and west was greater during 1907 than at anytime during the last four or five yearsl This travel for the year just passed reach jd the big total of 2957328 Thd passenger movement for the year was Jig greater than for the year 190G and 1 451 151 greater than for the year 1904 The westbound travel reached total of 1699340 which is 200000 in excess of the combined east and westbound travel during the year 1904 The eastbound travel for the year 1907J consisted of 1257328 persons The most passenger movement of the year was in the eastbound steer age This reached 550045 or 242565 greater than in 1906 j A Skater on Falls The skater fell with a great crash j Dq you know he said it is much more painful to fall on an Ice rink than pon a stream naturally frozen Three falls on a stream jar the system Jess than one on a rink f Rink ice you see is frozen solid botjtomicnce extent you fall on it it gives a little Yieldingj slightly it welcomes you as it were triJ v a CARS OF GAS STOVES rHow to Keep Tfhcm Free From Dnst aintl Dirt If the nsbestus of stoves or fireplaces becomes discolored or blackened from the gas smoking as it frequently does the thing tp do Is to sprinklQ thefeath era fiber with common table stilt then light the gaa and let it burnthe same as usual says What to Eat The sooty appearance of the asbestiis departs like magic and the mineral soot rt iIiLUhapppnsthrough which the gas flows become gummed and partially filled in then such is the case run a hatpin through the holes ora round toothpick and 1 will readily free them It is important also to give partlcu lar attention to the gas range If the nest results are to be obtained and this conIswntlIned to boil over quickly like milk preventItand corrode the iron or zinc linings causing them to rust and get a stained unsightly ippearttnce About once or twice a week accord- Ing t x the use of the range the burners shouldjbe lifted out turned upside down ant lightly tapped to knock out any dust oV soot that might have lodged In the circular aperture that supplies the flame4 A hatpin is good for pIck- Ing out particles that resist tapping hen not using keep1 the lids on the stove Keep clean by rubbing with a dry cloth particularly the oven floor and racks When anything flows over and burns or grease pops around from baking meats it should be thoroughly scoured with soap and warm water then wiped with a dry rag Keeping all gas etdnes polished prevent them from rusting THE WAN JN THE MOON Some asIAccoilinij to Ppatorius the man in the moon ii5the patriarch Isaac carry Ing the bu die of sticks which were to be lighted jsacrifice his own bod on the mount in top Dante believes him to be Cain carrying a bundle of thorns the offering his lands afforded as a Preset t to God In Iceland the people clam that they can see the face of Adain in thr moon and that of Eye in the sun Among tho Frieburg ers there is a superstition which says that the m4rhs and spots on the moons face are a outlines of tbe traitor Judas Iscafiot holding his hand over his fHc sneezing just prior to hanging h himself This last belief accords with the old Frankish legend which say that there was no spot on Lunas bright face until after the time of the crucifixion of Chrisft Still an other story tells us that in the time of the creation God threw an offending angel against the face of the moon while another 1s to the effect that the moon witnessed the creation of Adam and Eve and took an impress of their features odWs surface Intending to people hisbwn land with similar be- Ings Whenl essayed to imitate Gods works hetade nothIng but a slimy serpent since that day has continued to oldand unfold its mighty coils in full view of the descendants of the God creH ed beings 1THd TOMB OF CAiN It Is Said to Be Not Far From thee City of DamaacHM The earlv traditions concerning the city of Damascus are curious and Interesting evens though untrustworthy and contradictowBy some of the ancient was that the city stands on or pear the site of the garden of Eden and Just opposite there Is a beautiful nieadow of red earth from which It is said God took the material from which he created Adam This field is called Ager Damas enus and near Its cenler there formerly stood a pillar whir was said to mark the pre else spot here our first arent was created A few miles out there Is an eminence called tbfe Mo hjtjun pfi Abel supposed by some to be the p ace where the first two brothers offered their sac rifices also the spot wher the first murder was committed Thje most In teresting spat pointed out however is about thre leagues from the city where an o druin is shown which all the orient pelleves to be the tomb of Cain Thettraditions respecting this famous spot are known to antedate the Christian era by several hundred years Up to the lime of Vespasian the in terior of tilt tomb Is said to have been lighted and armed by one of the ever burning lamps so commonly used by the ancient t A Temperance Lecture In Figurer One distillery company In Kentucky turns out every seven days 1200 barrels of sweet mash whisky The out put for a yejir would be 62400 barrels The cost ofrall this to the manufac turers may pe talrly estimated at 374 400 and they receive from the whole- Saler a profit of from 1 to 2 per bar rel The government comes in for a nice little rkeoff but the fellow who has to pay it all including transporta lion charges government and local li cense fees salary of barkeeper and rent of buildings is the man before the bar and for these 62400 barrels of booze he lets go of 24V7G1678 and then goes home and beats his wife because supper Isnt eddy f Drink Leads to Crime M Jkiarambat of the Central prison of Polssy France Inquired Into over 5000 crimes committed In the period 18991905 the result that the following WIth e was due to Percent drink Various fraud 64 Various tOrt1tor violence 83 Offenses agal st morals t 63 Offenses against vagrancy law3v 8J t y Dr WT Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over flaydon Barber BD LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your DRiMW HYATT y DR JNO M SPAULDING OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS DR HYATT J 1030 to 12 m 4to5pm Dr SPAULDING2 to 4 m And jrioffice all Night Dr JiC Mudd t SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER qi HAYDQ YS DRUG STORE Office Hours 8 to 9A M1 to 2 p M Dr W W Ray PHYSICIAN AND 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WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLlfAR t Iir Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Loitered at the postoffice at Springfield Kyl for transmission through the mas secondclass matter TES OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae YearLV ILOO llrtz Moo 50 Three Mouths rt IWIn writing to have your address changed paperisWWlltJetf t CALLA At a meting of the Democratic Con gresSional Committee of the Fourth- Congressional District of Kentucky held at the Old Inn in the city of Lou isville Kentucky on the 27th day of earuar 1908 there were present Sam T SpaldingExecutive Committeeman jf said Fourth Congressional District who pregided as Chairman and the following named members of aaidCpmnittee towit Chas Sommers Dr3 W Thomas JP Stevens C JL Cardiii Rogers Gore The following Commit iemen were represented by proxies R M Tilford G H Carpen ter jflSJ More Jno L Sneed CH 4Noggle Wm Spalding 9 motion it was ordered and dIrect- ed that Ia primary election beheld ii said District oh Saturday May 16 1908 to name a candidate for Congressr Said Diktrict said election to be heldIn during tie hours of said day as now pre3cribed law and in the Various fvoti gpcincts at the various Voting comprlsmgsaia Fownandlegal voters in said District or will be legal voters at the November election 1908 andL all Democratic voterSvWhb will be 21 years of age by the Novem ber election shall be entitled to vote It is ordered that each candidate shall nOt Sam Spalding Executive Cmmitteeman for said district in writing ut least 15 days before said primary of his candidacy and shall pay to tiet said Sam T Spalding the sum of 1700 seventeen hundred dol lasahis portion in paying the estimated ex penses of onducting said primary elec tion At the expiration of the time for the entrance of candidates if there are more thai two candidates said Spald ing shall jestimatecandid proportionate part that ate is to pay of said SMOQithat being the estimated cost of holding said primary The amounts ao paid by each of the candi dates at said primary are to be used in defraying the expenses of said primary electionapd should there be a surplus P shallibe ra to each of the can didates at i said election Should there be a deficit then such deficit shall be paid byduch successful candidate be fore the c rtificate of nomination shall be issued to him In the event there is 4but one candidate of the Democratic party in said district who has an nounced his candidacy and paid the sum t herein retired to Sam T Spalding on or before 15 days prior to said May 16 1908 the no primary election shall be Tk F COLD MININ Byron Williams f f Stubble and Me we wuz working 2Day fooling around awl thee Time doesnt pay I we wiz a digging for GOLD In thee Run theedtinGrandaddy Jones showed us gist where 2 start back of his house land he drawed us a Chart i v one time thee Indlart Brave Painted4 madeFaItChertexplaining thee place we dig long enuf we will B sure 2 discover thee Stun he marked It out with a spade and he aet Now yew dig 2f the virgin bold bed dOJD we dug around leandSWEAT Dad sez Pitch yew will captur It yet then while we puffed he brung Apples around seetlng himself by thee hole on thee Ground held in said district but Jthe said candi date who shall hav complied with said requirements shall be held and declared the nominee of the Democratic party in said Fourth Congressional District by a convention to be held one week after the time has expired within which delejgatesin sara congressional district and his name duly cent fled as required by law to the various counties comprising said District as the Democratic nomi nee for Congress and the money so paid by said candidate shall be returned to him by said Spalding less any amount that may have been necessarily expended by sail Spalding or the Committee of said prepi aratIOns for said The chairmen of the variqife county committees of the counties comprising said district are hero by authorized arid required m not less than ten nor more than fifteen days before said primary election to appoint in each precinct of their respective counties the necessary officials toconduct said election and to alvise each official n writing of their J I t LJ it1IVIIIGdIVIVVVIVVIIIB IflfIMiVNllall11I111Illlltill J Do You ri Want OneiIf you nave a desire to own a piano we will tell you how to save 108 on a highgrade guaranteed Finstrument Its well worth your while to inves i gate our new and economical plan of piano selling ethprYQested Wrjth us today for free booklet tells you i about iti Gives you information worth knowing t MontenegroRiehm Music Co INCORPORATED s i 628630 Fourth Avenue- Louisville Ky IIIIII1ImIITIntnrrrnIJIJIIll IllilhmIJIIIUIlIIn IftV mrl t l t I t i knew a feller sez he that quit Work now he Is starving 2 deth as a clerk he went 2 mine but he Quit It won day next thing they struck LOTS of GOLD rite away Stub and Madug in thee sand until 4 then we decided 2 knot ork no more grandaddy Went 2 thee he use for a pall we sneeked away to thee pond for a sale Stub met ine down by t ee Store about 8 t ma letS me goif dont stay 2 late we wuza sitting along 01 thee walk listning 2 Awl of thee ol Fellers talk where are yew working sed Ephriam Stout winking his Eye at old l Ickey McProut we are a working for Jo es In thee Run digging a cisturn thee bojs have begun then they awl laffed and I seen Mr Jones rubbing his Hanjds and a shaking his bones t bet thee day will be pu ty blamed Cold next time we help Dadd Tones dig for gold appointment at least fire days before the election and as far a possible such candidate shall be repre ented at each precinct in the appointment of such officialsThe poll books used at said election shall be returned at the time and m the manner required by law to the several chairmen of the county committees and on the day fixed by law after said pri mary each county committee shall cans vass retUrns and duly certify the num ber of yotes received in said county by such candidate to Sam T Spalding Lebanon Ky who shall preserve said Returns and produce them to a meeting of the Democratic Congressional Com mittee of said District to be held at the Old Inn in Louisville KYon the 1 day of June The Chairman of the Democratic county committee in each county in the District is empowered and directed to furnish the ballots and supplies for his respective county and the said District Chairman Sam T Spalding is directed to at once after the 2nd day of May 1908 furnish the Democratic chairman of each county the name of each and every candidate whose name is entitled to be placed upon the said ballot c E Stammers r J W Thomas Committee C R Cardin f Rogers Gore Sam T Spalding Chairman Rogers Gore Secretary CANARY Ve are having very disagreeable weather as it rains or snows every night Far lers are getting impatient about plowing and sowing tobacco bens Mr Robert Milton sold two horses to MK Will Charley of Mackville one for 135 and one for 85 Mr Henrys Stup and wife visited Mr Wm Milton of Mackville Sunday Mrs Bettie Canary is with her sister Miss Mattie Hiatt this week Misses Pearl and Sadie Fenwick were the pleasant guests of Miss May Lan ham Friday and Saturday Mrs Lee Hiatt and two children FridaylIMr W T Philips has his tobacco barn near completion Mr W A Barker sold one fat cow to Case Brady at 3J cents per pound Miss Adray Canary was in Mackville last Saturday Mrs Bettie Canary and Miss Maggie Hiatt spent one day last week Mr W A Barker Mr W T Philips was in Bardstown Monday on business jl Gr r 9 ttti i3l jl 1Ir =J = r 1 I Spring Goods Sc j I ffl it New Embroideries Val Laces Cluny Laces Smyrna and Torchon Laces Allover Laces and Embroideries j All kinds nets for Waists in Black Cr am and Blue t t New Costume Linens waist linens and India Linens PersiaaLawns 0rg n4iefand Prin= ted Lawns New DressNansooksMazalisandLOrgCloth Madras and Novelties t New I + + + + + ++ I HALFPRiCESALE J We have a few pairs of mens Leather Bobts at 75c1 and 150 Thesis prices are three times less than regular price Space will not permit us to name other j1 ilfiJWlU MAUD Mr Rufus Goodlet ad wIfe spent Saturday with her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Virgin Mr J M Montgomery wife and lit tle children spent Sunday with Mr Louis Kirsch and wife v Mesdames Kate VllgmandIate Shewmaker and granddaughter Beat daughter Miss Lydia Huston is progressing nicely with her school She has thirty four pupilsJin attendance MM L Troutman and daughter Mrs Crume nesdayon b Misses were at thisi place Saturday Mr Hugh Stiles of Springfield spent Friday night with the family of Mr D D Huston Miss Maggie Montgomery is spendingI this week with her aunt Kirsch Mrs Ida Mcllyoy entertained last Wednesday at a Carpet Rag Tacking party Those present were Mrs Tom Dugan and daughter Miss Pearl Mrs T BFlaugher Mrs Hal Shehan and daughters Thelma and Mable Mrs Mary Dugan Mrs Susan Stiles Mirr Qra Grume Mr Charlie Browne and wife spent Monday with Mr and MrsE E Wakefield I Miss Annie Jones entertainedat din ner Thursday Those present were Misses Eda Duncan Madie Andrews and Josie Shehan Mrs Ham Shewmaker spent Monday with Mrs M L Troutman Mrs Sjiewmaker was accompanied home by her daughter Beatrice Shewmaker Miss B Arnold is visiting friends and relatives at Mackyille Mr Robert W keijeld of Nelson county is visiting his uncle Mr E E Wakefield and lam lYe Miss Della Virgi visited her sister Mrs E last week r MT ZION Mrs Willas McKee of near Bloom field opened a spring school here Mon day with good attendance Mrs Kate Williams islyetwith Dr Crimes and wife at Bardstown Miss Salhe Mae Williams and broth erTom Marshall are guests of Miss Lydia Williams this week Miss Margie Bonta returned Sunday from a pleasant weeks visit to Miss At the BIG STORE WILL CONTINUE ON THE FOLLOWING ITEMS Lades and Childrens Cloaks J Ladies Skirts Rain Coats and Furs MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING AT AND BELOW COST tINew Lace Curtains Wall Paper bargains The ROBERTSONCL AY ROOKE CO INCORPORATED afterIooon sinessiI VallyHilli Alma Allen nedr Tayl0rsville Miss Ora Pimyr ten spent one day last week at the homciic f Mr Merril Foster Mr Geo Bodin 2 was in Springfield one day last week Miss Lydia Bisiop has returned to her home at Midjway after visiting her sister Mrs Sue W Imams Mrs Bettie utlierland attended the funeral of Mrs nider at Lawrence burg Mr J B Ha entertained on Sun day last the fol losing Mr and Mrs G T Dodine an 1 Master Randall Tay lor Mrand Mrs James Mr Joe Hays and little Miss HareS Lee and Mrs Emmaea1 Mr Dick Snider wife and children visited Mrs Sniders mother Mrs MOT Williams Sun ayrIhe John Russ ll is with his mother who is quite ill Mrs Jas Hays and sister Miss Blanche Bonta spent Tuesday in Springfield perIthe Polin school house last Saturday night f We are glad to report Mrs R A Russell much better at this writing LONG RUNI The farmers of this community are very busy fencin and preparihg for another crop but h vent decided what kind it will be The ladies are also very busy making hen ests pieceing car pets and visiting but the latter has gained preference with most of them Mrs Josie Hold rman Mrs Gracie Cocanougher and daughter Katy were guests of Mrs Ida Elliott Tuesday Mr Lee Staton land wife were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Dolph Barrick near FenwI k Sunday Miss Georgie Coc nougher is spend ing several days with her cousins Miss Maggie Lawrence near Mackville Mrs Mamie Christ rson visited Mrs Lizzie Best Tuesday Mrs Melvina Young is spendin sev Oral days with friends and relatives here Aunt Mel receives a heart wel come in each and every home ev nthe children delight to see her tom and we wish she would make herjvisits more frequent for we l to love her in our childhood days Mr Will Stewart and wife of Alice ton visited Mr Lee S atoti TuesdayMiss anjMrs Lottie h me after several s with Miss Margie Christerson1 Mr Leslie Goyle and son Rob Wir 0l L L ert visited Mr and Mrs Richard Sest at Stewart Saturday night and attended church at that place Sunday Mrs Fannie Reynolds visited her mother Mrs Elizabeth Cocanou her Tuesday Mr J H Coyle visited Mr JvMi Harmon Sunday Mrs M D L Cocanougher spent Thursday with Mr Wm Carpentei FENWICK it iThe farmers are getting readytoow their tobacco beds V Mrs Cerelda Barker of Springfield i spent several days last week with her children at this place Miss Lucy Hiattand Mr Ed Young and Miss Alma Ifenwick spent last Tuesday with Mrs Nannie Fenwick and family of this place Mr Billie Barker and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs Oscar Bottoms of Stuart recently Misses Pearl and Sadie Fenwick spent Friday night with Miss Mary Lanham of Canary Mrs Nannie Fenwick was in Spring tffield one day last week on business Mr Edd Young and Miss Lucy Hiatt who have spent the last two months in Kentucky with friends and relatives have returned to their homes in Kansas City Mo IMr Creed Settles has returned home a ter a few days visit in Illinois Miss Louise Fenwick spent Saturday night with Miss Leona Graves Miss Leona Graves spent Sunday wrth Miss Louise Fenwick X HARDESTY y Mr Dave Hays of Louisville and sister Fannie Mrs Mollie Williams and daughter Fannie were recent guests of Mr John Hardesty and fami ly Mr Robert Gray and sister Ollie spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Eliza Carney spnJCI n day with his grandmother Mrs Sarah Gray Misses Veleria Qoodlett and sister Jennie spent Saturday with Misses Emma Rose and Julia Polin Mr J R Gray bought one milch cow ffrom J H Gray prico 31 Miss Tavie Goodlett is spending a Tfim subUl tr 1 i I i L I I l THE SPRINGFIELD f SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH II jooS S t I t II Dr J1M Burtqn RESIDENT Teeth Extracted With t out Pall t t CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY i All Dental Work Strictly irt= class Springfield I fy Office in Hagon Block up stairs OCallNews Notes t If JMiss Ellen Wathen has accepted a position with Mrs Williams and in vites her friends to Calla 1 see hr at tMfs Williams millinery store I Messrs C P and S C Goode ave bought the stock of merchandise of Vir Will Murphy at Texas and now liave possession COURT DAY DINNERThe the Maud Christian church ladlefor Court day dinner in Springfield for the benefit of the church tLOST BRACELET Between Lebanon 1 and Wharton Tapps livery stable a good bracelet Return to this office i and receive reward Bracelet was iost last Saturday j 1 myII bargains in millinery Call tp see me I v MRS WILLIAMS i Ipt FOR SALEOne Stanhope runabout nearlytv G W LYON t STRAYEDA black two or three mont1 solI rtSE GI will continue to take in sewing and lady form and am ableto fgRSIelepI insure in the Farmers home Insur ance Company the only company that pays its losses in full J N Wells ySenerJjl MDJJ Junction City Ky County Clerk Booker i 1t j County Clerk W F Booker is con edat his homet near town of a se verekjlcase of la grippe His condition 1SnQr serious at this time and his p outiA Pine Jack Sold L igh Tide the fiveyearold jack that Gibbs Mackin sold to L M M nsees of Sedalia Mb sold last Wekftoapartyin Kansas for 2030 hardcwas ope jacks that ever left Kentucky Strange Legislature Mr John H Stuart writing from Frn kfort says There seems to be something curl eus not to say penurious about the Kentucky legislatures or rather some of the Kentncky legislatures When the legislatures of other states find that something Is needed by the state they appropriate enough money to get what is needed and get it ofthe first clast In other words what Is worthr dolnls worth doing well Not so In Kentucky however Ordinarily when e state of Kentucky needs something thatlother states readily pay 50000 or 60000 for to get it first class the legislative cheeseparers take It in It down to 5000 or 10 results In pool building or 00thlCh As An example other from 75000 to 200000 a enforce their pure foodlaws yetKentnucky exAendss but 15000 a con equenceth fund gives out tile first six months each year and nothing can be done the last six in on tils to prosecute the violators of the lre food laws A recent legisla ture appropriated a million dollars for a ne statehouse and a magnificent building has been erected but Is not yet furnished To hear some of the chees buildPIng fu Wished out of a 10cent store A milliondollar structure should have all Its appointments In keeping with stir 0 appearance and if a proper approprla tion Is made Kentucky will have a statehouse that will be a matter of state pride If the penurious ones get In their work everybody will be dis gusted jwlth it and In a short time all the the p furniture will be thrown out or vio out and another appropriation will bel necessary which means that thefirst inadequate appropriation will be an absolute loss Pure Metals Lead md tin can be obtained pure Good brands of commercial lead con taro 9905 cent lead and are often even prier Lead Is the purest metal which Isf made commercially Good brands or tin are 908 per cent pure Diamond Ring Not Necessity Nine out of ten happy marriages be gan without diamond engagement rings There is no worldold supersti tion1 about the diamond v gubacribe for The 3UDLOO rear- J a v 3 3 33 3 w BOWLING EE cci E = ttfr frEcs = E = Saturday night February 14onepf the strongest teams in Danville will play against the sprI gfield team on the Thi promises to be one of the bestgames f the season as both earns are well matched The srihali lium of ten cents willbe charged at the ioor to help pay expenses Last night a picked team from this place went to Bardstown to mix pins with the bowling team of that place The Ba dstown team won die first two games making things look a little blue to Our I dys but they stuck together caughj on to the curve for the short Ueysrnd won the next three soles games were all close and exciting and were witnessed by a large crowd The Ba dstown team is expected to come heire next week During the past week a new bowling team was organized and m the way tlia boys slewthe pins we are compelled to say they are in a class by themselves Hagan rocis the name of the new team ana below are the names of the bowlers and the high scores they made in the second of the three games played Monday Iiht1Leon AU n 200 170Clifford179RobertM1046 The above score was made by the Hag n Bros team against White Rose Hagan Bqs winning three straight games In this game they broke two records Clifford Roberts making 274 broke the alley record for highest indi vidual score and 1046 being the highest fiyemen team score t 4 t t j t STANDING OF ro ro CITY LEAGUE rho o p Pride 6f Washington 3622 14612 White Ros 3621 15 583 Hagan Bros 33 18 01dHickoryUv 33 12 51545 A number betweenthe League teams were played during the past week but on account of lack of space this weeksit is impossible to mentIon each one PHYSIOLdIGACf PHENOMENON They gay hasVwater onthe brain Great J3C6JJ How did he develop that What the water uNo the brain I r NOTi MUCH ELSE Helen Freddy has a cold in hls headMayIve be n wondering Helen Wondering what May What reddy had in his head lI t Poultr Raising Pays Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good Ionic R41144 cures Cholera Roup gap s and Limberneck When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Give each sick fowl 3 to 5 drops three times a flay As a preventive feed it in the feedthree or four times- a week Turkeys require a smaller dose Price 50 jents Guaranteed by Haydoh Rober son DruggistsI IOoo oooQOQOOo 011I 1 0 O Personal Notes In e D Visitors In and Out of TowniA 0 0is0ooedepepeoeoeapeaeaeooe Mrs John Y Mayes is the guest of her daughter Mrs Everett Busterof near Miss Annie D Grundy has re turned to her home in Louisyille after a visit to friends and relatives at this place Miss Annie McDowell has returned to her home in Danville after a three weeks visit to Mrs Palmer Grundy of near town Drs Shaunty and Haines of Lou isyille were here Monday to attend a meeting of the Washington County Medical v Associations Misses Lulie and Myrtle Campbell were called to Indianapolis by the seri ous illness of their brother =Mr G D Duncan is in Cincinnati this week buying spring goods Mr and Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville are visiting Mrs Mangets par ents Mr arid Mrs John W Lewis Mr Sylvester Russell Sr of Lebanon attended court here Tuesday Mrs W F Grigsby and little son returned home Sunday after a visit to friends andrelatives at Chaplin Hon W CJMcChoid spent Sunday at home Mr John Wycoff ot Mackville was here Tuesday Mr Davis Bohon of Harrodsburff spent Sunday and Monday here Mr J Chas Greene has returned from abusiness trip to Bardstown Mr John Kelly was in Lebanon Tuesday Hon John W Lewis has returned from a weeks yisit to his mother in Greensburg Miss Laura Shehan spent the week end with friends in Maud Mr Lev Russell of Lebanon was in town last week Mrs Joseph Claybrooke is visiting her mother at Bardstown Mr and Mrs Charles Clements arid children of Lebanon 0 spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S E Clements Miss Fannie Smith of Bloomfield is visiting friends here Miss Nellie Simms who attends rangSundayMrs JEJenry Wells of Louisville is Visiting ier parents Mr and Mrs C R McWh rter Mr Joe Wycoff of Lebanon spent Sunday here MisseS Katie Cain and Flora Mudd have returned home after a yisit to friends in Louisville Mr Theo Campbell was in Leba non Friday on business Mr Howell Mct5awley of Louis ville spent Saturday and Sunday here Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon was here Monday Messrs Jack McChorid and John Shuck McElroy Jr who attenischool a- Danville are at home to spend a few days T John Mahon and children of- IJebanon spent last Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs JWS Mayes si Mr CL Price is in Louisville on business Mr Ray Gopdin of Lebanon spent Monday here i Messrs Byon Parks and Will F Siniins are in Louisville on business Messrs Joe Price and Rue Allen were in Lebanon Monday Mr T B Flaugher and family of Maud will move to Springfield Mrs W H Evans of Lebanon will open a millinery store in Spring field in March She will occupy the rooms over Peoples Bank now occupied by Mrs Williams Mrs T P OBryan will entertain Misses Ella and Emma Adams Lizzie Haydon and Mattie Clarkson at a dutch supper tonight = Rev iG W Lyon is engaged in a protracted meeting at Bardstown but will occupy his pulpit in the Methodist church here next Sunday Miss Sue Ray who has been seri ously ill for several weeks is now much improved and a speedy recovery is looked for For a while the life of this popular young lady was despaired of and the announcement that her condi tion is much improved will cause uni versal delight among those who know her Mr J Coleman Janes wife and baby of Waco Texas arrived Tues day night and are at Mr I L Janes After a visit here they will locate in Louisville whe e Mr aIeshasa busi r BIG PUBL- ICCOMBINATION f lJ SALE Of Horses Mares and Mules SaturdayMch 21 j f COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT 10 OCLOCKSriAt BOBLITT BISHOPS MAIN OppositeOpera 65 to 75 Horses Mares and Mules in this Sale Some nice double teams have been entered Quite a number of Ladybroke Horses From the cheapest hoses and mares to the best double teams in the country This Sale will be the biggest ever held in Springfield There will be no Misrepresentation Nor By Bidding l FOR PARTICUMLRS SEE Bobiittl Bishop SpringfjeldI Kentucky ess position Mr Janes has been m exas sevenvears Mr James Chandler representing the Marietta Pottery Co of Zanes vine Ohio was here yesterday Mr Chandlers company manufacturers an unusually handsome line of pottery Drj H Lampton has returned from Battle Creek Michigan having accompanied Dr Burton to that place Dr Burton will remain in the Sani tarium for several weeks to receive treatment and his many friends here are hopeful that he may be benefitted BRIDGEf yourIsome a few items Mr Ezra Hale Misses Effie Jenkins and Ethel Scott spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Otie Dennis near Pleasant Grove Mr Henry Lawson bought from W JFowlef a tract of land at 25 per acre and will build a barn as soon as the weather is settled- A great many lambs have died in this section Misses Hallie Derr Gerta arjd Mar tha Thompson spent Sunday with J B Jenkins Mr Sam Hale is very sick at this writing Miss Littie has opened her school at this place We hope she will have a lull school Mr Pete Gibson and daughter spent Saturday and Sunday with R C Pink ston and family This countrrbeats all for fox hunting every night and keep sheep running from one field to another and poor little lambs bleating as if they had no mother Mr Willie Breckenndge and wife will leave IllinoisIWe wish a in their new home We have tak n your paper ever since the first printingand cant see how we could get along without TheSun- I11lLSBORO 4 As we have been abseni for sometime we will try and perform our duty tie had a hard snow Monday night J H Settles bought aJersey cow from S Coulterprice 4 5 J A Willisburg Mon day on CoulterrsmMrN Miss Jessie Noel were in the County Clerks office The groom is a well known farmer of Hillsboro neighborhood while the bride is a very popular placeI Mon day on business Mrs Albert Hines and sister spent Tuesday with Mrs L M Clark qf Fenwick Mr Jessie Thomas was in Willisburg Monday on business v f Mr Erastus Shields pur baset SJ horse of Thompson Bros price 125 All of the tobacco is about shippedcout of this community except Mr ii Merritt Montgomerys crop of about 3000 pounds and I think he wants to r sell at homeFA S Hines and wife D Sutherlaricte and wife and Miss Nellie Mcllvoy tisi j ted at the home of Mr Everett 1anishr Saturday night j i iJ TWO HOUSES AND LOTS J t1 FORSALEon v ti Springfield Kentucky S i These two houses are among rt4 t the most desirable resident s ireY townand were formerly the r c 4t iproperties of Aunt Mary Tho tftJ son Both houses have nye rooms and good lots K I J + ROBERT M THOMPSON t Administrator I r EiegantNew Bracelets 7 l ftA pleasing variety of the newest production in Bracelets The value values we offer are usually for such Highgrade Bracelets Gold Filled 1 to 650 Solid Gold S to 12 Your Attire is Not Completq Without BRACELET LADIES CHAINS WATCHES ETC representing the highest skill in Workmanship and the latest designs are other attractions in my stock of Jewelry + Watchmaker anJeweler f Ja e IJ Itr ves Springfield Kentucky 1leeleJ 4 r i I 2 t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH II 1908 fI a MIMAIN 4SIy PEOPLE r j An nlrggaveReligious Lines i ShepKerdsv illeKyMarch 9 =EdSun Recent tragic occurrences in Bloody Breathitt cc unty have turned the public attention to that region with tie h interest Allow me a column to treat of that mOln in region its population and the means elng used for the moral religious betterment of conditions That t PIled by pioneers came ky about one hundred years ago through theCuinberland Big Stoneand other gaps mostly ffrom Virginia and North Carolina the bulk of them Scotch Irish rand man of them Huguenots The I present popuUtion are the direct de- scendents t of tbe original settlers No foreijn elemeiat has gone into that country during the century the people have been declared the most distinct ly American of all Americans Pp6r soil and almost i impassable ds 4 have cut them off from outside in fluence all t Theschools etyears but few and poorly taught religious training of the people sadly neglected c Religious services have been held when he6yat all rin open school houses and J private homes and almost universally conducted by a totally uneducated minj istryV f f Wfc are told on good authority that until within the last twenty years there never shad been churchhouse erected in n bitheJarfest and most notorious o e region and jttfceifcounties were equally destitute It There are and all the time have beeniSbme preachers in that country only few o them could eadthe Scriptures in English Thesocial moral and condition into which t 1theof a fine pioneer stock wqulpT in three four and even vegenerations is hard to understand by those who have been more favorably circumstanced There are now some as fine speci mens of manhood and womanhood as any country can aststalwart brave and manlym m beautiful lovely I puregentle and tenderhearted women It Iii a great mistake to think of peoplebut immensely rich in coal timber and iron and ig richestapart Qfthe Stateathoclistantday Thdse people educated and Chris- tiani1zed will go to the front wherever they go jhey have Ithe natural traits and talens which chara terized Daniel Boon Govff Shelby 41 Kentucky arid Sever bf Tennessee Andrew1 Jackson of the United tates and a host of other leaders in developing this and other States and in making our corn mon history They are quic tempered and may be easily aroused lo desperation Yes But of their man and bloody fueds we prefer to say nothing in extenuation or excuse or explanation The remedy is what we should all be interested inJ That they are our neighbors and fellow P citizens brings us under obligations to see that the only remedy the religion of Jesusbe brought to bear upon them promptly andl persistently Within the past few years the differ ent Protestant c enominations have been sending evai gelists and religious teaehers to some o the more accessible points and repor most encouraging success Nov indulge me in a few lines about the branch of thi much needed work with which I and some of mine have been connected The Soul innerfSociety was organ ized about years ago for the purpose of carrying the gospel into the regions beyond specially the moun mtuckytt obligation is A1By the help of God and for His glory I will try to win at least one soul for Christ m Lord every year I liverand giy6 Whit I im able to send 6f the gospel to ro per sbin2 country men f The reason for ts existence is tens of thouaanjds of s mis are perishing in our Own Common wealth without the gospel and education because they have had no opp- oiity to get them Go ye therefore aiid teach all nations iu1d1 T am wi h you always even unto the endVof th world The sup portofttbisISocfety is purely voluntary IV has never take a collection in any congregation has no constituency be hind Itand no a ents to solicit sup port It has no salaried officers Its workers ate paid ten dollars a month most of them none of them more titan thirty vyhait is it doing In the year 1907 it halo 0yer one hun Ired workers in the field lit one hundreandsbctytwo mk gion points with eyenteen hundred 9 id eleven pupils taught beside thirtj sovenfday schools It built ten new i ji KIe 1 chapels and schcot buses IXh roll of con verts God alone has i Atj Buckhorn en the Middle Fork of Kentucky riyerjugt over the Breath itt county line in Perry county we have ttheL Collegastarted under my own seven years ago with over two Qundredand fifty pupils now in at tendanc taught and lodged in tnirty five rooms built of sawed logs with a laculuy of five competent and consecrate teachers Th re are now ten Presbyterian churches on the Middle Fork of Ken tuck river mostly m Breathitt coun ty where ten years ago there never had ben a church of any denomination Ou4 Society now has a home where WIllibeof our holy religion It will dedicate another college in July on Shoulder blade in Breathitt county If helpton of God by the reclaimation jbf the mountaineers they ckn send an offering to President Rev Dr E 0 Guerrant Wiimore Ky Vice President Rev Dr Miles Saundrs Shepherdsville KyorTreasurer Maj Robert S Bullock Cashier Fayette Ntional Bank Lexington Ky MILES SAUNDERS rA GREAT INVENTION Have You fUsed If nct then do jso when you want a good satistactory3 Paint for aU purposes both inside and outside car saneL prices furnished on applidatipii S rasselGans Paint Co t INCORPORATED Paints Oils Brushes Glass Etc 215 Vf Market St Louisville Ky tET l47 I yt d J 1 L t i n tr It t Walch This Space Next Week Ac vertisements discredit the business sagacity otthe man who signs his name to them We have been in b 4 thne ness over seventeen years but can not remember ever having carried an advertise m nt like the above In our columns It is too much like holding up the merchant Ot course if a VieekIbe use we l carry out hisrgay sist that this be done often we would refuse to sell him space because advertising space used in such a reckless manner makes it appear that the medium of advertising IS not a good pne and that the man r who is doing the advertising is Just trying to use up thee space he has bought 4 i heSunisarValuable Advertising Medium i Because it goes into the homes of people in Washington County who have money to spend As a convincer that the above statement IS true t Try ah Ad For Four I4eeksSitiFOR THAT PERIOD WE WILL GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT OF OUR YEARLY RATEM1BUT YOU MUST AGREE TO t r L h SAY SOMETHING99 jr LTIthe a1 that means somethingsomething that will attract the attention of there a rindi qIi vince him that you are in earnest and that you can really give him a bargain r l 1t JI i 1TWHITE COAL IN KENTUCKY Deposit Found In Mountains of Mc Lean County McLean county yIs the scene of the latest discovery of natural freaks in the finding of a vein of white coal It was discovered on the farm of a man who lives near Wrightsburg and who proposes to form a company find open a slope mine A ihiniste I of Madisonville has returnedf con dui 1ng revival services in thins mineralIt with several speclm room the a white color and light leaying neither soot nor cinders after burnin gand makes red ashes resem bUng those of a wood fire THE FERRONNIERE An Ornament That Probably Dater Back to Remote Antiquity A ferronnlere was a band or chain round the head holding a Jewel in the center of the forehead The last in stance of its being in fashlopable use was furnished by America early in the nineteenth century Mrs Earle the historian of transatlantic COstume vouches for this curious survival r1uts ornament is known to have been popular in Europe in the sixteenth century and in the east Itcould probably be traced back to remotE antiquity Biblical students know that the Jews following a custom of the ancient Egyptians often adopted this method of wearing their phylacteries or front lets between their eyes The modern application pf the name is according to Mrs Earle obscur but there does not appear to be much doubt about the matter One of the pictures of Leonardo da Vinci goes by the name of La Belle Ferronnlere It would seem to be a portrait of Lucrezla Crivjelli a favorite of LUdovIcoSforza and as the lady is depicted wearing one Df these ornaments it isf clear that the name owes its revival to this pie ture London Standard- e 18 I Picturest 2OJ IPer Cent Off I us the for e As we haye been confinedto the bed and house for some time we are a little scarce of news but will try to jot down a few items Farm work of all kind has been delayed on account of bad is much comment on the tobac co crop for the coming season but all are preparing to raise a crop as that is the only crop the farmers raise a surplus of in this vicinity There has been a great deal of sick ness In this vicinity the past month and several deaths but about all of the sick are reported better at present aschool1B e e leI e 1lel For Next 10DalLsS5Oc PICTURES GO for i 40c 75cU 60cS100 cc80c150 u u 120u 200u is II 160 50II tu 200 300c uu 240 Give Your Grocery Order I Youwill get best Less SPARROW considerably weatherThere the Iee ale ee e aa ala al ee bunch of hogs at four cents per pound W G Cam mack sold to Hahn and Sargracy four shoats at 850 per head Will JenkinssoFd to Stroder Dorsey a tract of land containing 35 acres for 1400 A Franklin and Morris sold their crop of tobacco to Mitchell and Griffey at 10 cents per pound J W Bird sold to Jas Sparrow tract of land containing 125 acres price unknown F M Sparrow bought of R L Mar tin and W C Cammack their crops ot tobacco at 10 cents per pound Clarence Martin has gone to Blan dinsville Ind where lie expects to make his future home Norman Franklin of Greenwood gone to Any PictureIn HAGAN BROS e1 timeI T apolis Ind where he expects to reside WesGrittoDccf with its contents Thos Montgomery died February 29 at the home of his daughter Mrs John Hilbert Deceased was about eighir years old and is survived by two sonk and three daughters his wife having preceded him to the grave about five Years ago We extend condolence to the family in their bereavement 1 We hope The Sun may ever shine bright th Beyond Medical Aid saysMcholera I did not think medical aids themBourbon losrSold i I It will Pay You to Wait Until April L f If You Intend to Buy F RNITURE Any TimeSoon t t rii11 i Jr t Ii IHAT is about the time our imenseLDd complete aide wellselected line will be on display Itjis our purpose to open a Furniture store in Springfield as large as niany as complete as anyin the big cities We believe that by making Tt I I our todklrgeIncluding everything carried in Furniture Stores tjiat we can make our volume of1 business very large 1 f l and thus enable ourselves to quote very low prices The greater the volume of business the lower the price of every article for lJ l 1 a small tnpn many sales totals satisfactory thereby pleasing the merchant and the buyer It will be our desire andour tJ r daily endeavor to give satisfaction in PRICE STVLE AND QUALITY WAIT FOR US iI L I 7 1 Leachman Campbelljl t Walter E Leachman Theo C Campbell r rr fc pr j SJ c s r t f s t F c iaTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH ii 11908 F r P Ct 1 3WEAREGOINGTOi J r QjJIT BUSINESS ExceptediOur Reason for quitting is that Mr Black will go to Lawrenceburo to locate and this break in the firm makes it necessary that we close out Therefore we find it necessary in order to i dispose of our stock h rrJedIY to make Very Low Prices Those bought of us during the past few days will testify to the fact that prices have been Slaughtered tIi I I Costt Prices beThe Articlei will be Sold for CASH CreditI LJlwUlriot be to 4 f ri inaugurating tnis sale we offer to the people an unusual opportunity and during these hard times a God senl to the buying public Remember Everything included lghis Cost sale except Groceries 1 I I l 1 IRespectfully If IlPerns Who are Indebted to us Must Settle at Once t The Property ajjid Good will be offered for sale as a whole if a buyer is This stand is one of the best in this section of I L 1I to 1 f o I BIG SHOWl 1 1 werjl s Greatest Actor r LomlagtolI1 orite actor Mr Louis James I 1r3 by an allstar cast headedfby t t A hiedmes and Frederick Pauldlpgf will be he event of the season at Macauleyjs Theatre Louisville early enliriicluSes T IB Merry Wives of Ic The Co edy of Errors Windsof1 i Merchant pf Venice Considerable jnI terest is centered in this engagement I repertoire eiectod is one that has decided upon only after careful del 6nl eration ided by the opinions of Prririllnent resid0nts of Louisville which isi in itself a gparantee that perforn antes pf eKceptiorial merit will be pre seated ana will undoubtedly attract crowds frop this surrounding country rsrthr V lyric dream tic narrative or historical buJjn exceptionally well conceived t r ri aiiIIIIIIlj ayt for Sale I Timotiiy and Clover y ONS 1 li GloVer ana Timothy Mixed and ure Clover Everybody wn has used it wants more D Stiles a jj j j- y t f conceit constructed solely to amuse as well as to fulfill a repel edict executed by Good Queen Bess who wishing to wItness the adroit cupidity of Sir John Falstaff j commanded Shakespeare to- write a omedY depicting the various humors attendant to the Jolly Knight of Windsor in Love This Snakespeare did with an aban don in construction and execution that Startled hrs followers and admirers for he discarded all hlsb 1aracteri tIc style of writii1farid pre ented to his Queen a lmo t entirely in prose and and tradespeoII The Nerry Wivjs of Windsor is one of th3 great writers best efforts and fairly ubblesoy r with characterization I Hik close woven arid unflagging mirthfulne s togeth r with his inex haustabl wealth of drollery condones whatever moral shortcomings he may possess bji hiS love for sack and hisI flirtatious f rbpensities for the fair As the iiwagger infinitely Jolly Fat Knight of Windsor Sir John Louis James har facnlItiesand reportsjspeak very favorably of his success 2The Merry Wives of Wind nor aS from being one of Shakespeare s brilliant comedies affqrds the dlrtist great opportunities m many pt the favorite haunts n lands all of takIenThe first act represents Mr Pages home on the Windsor road with an exact reproduction of Windsor Castle in the distance Next there is them terior of the famous Carter Inn a hostelry noted for its Bohemian gather ings in the days of Good Queen Bess Fords horn where the celebrated ajfalthfulrep by Margaret Howe of Fords house The last acd discloses Windsor Forest with sta Hornets Oak in the- iforegroundIHere tradition says at the thidnigh hour the fairies held lsway and hf the shadows of the moon sang and danced the hour away in joyI pus revelry to the glinting light of the scintilating fireflies Mr James promises some really beautiful and realistic elect ical effects her AnalyzedI forms qf life has oft its back about 25000 jaws or hands arranged in rings and bands By tlie aid of these it cap tires many even qjulck active fish fconsider1le size Rrof Jennings of Johns Hopkins has photographed the starfish at d a d has dlscqvere thateven nnerI form of animal life has habttk a DEEP CREEK After so long a time of silence Iwill just hustle up and resume my corres pondence fto The Sun our dear paper and you will seeI have not forgotten what I said in my last letter about coming back as soon as Free Delivery commence 1 Well as it started on it first delivery Monday you will se oft nerth items of Deep Creek Since outlast appearance there hav been not many happenings of interest to mention except a few deaths All the tobacco as far as I 4nc W in this vicinity has been soldat reasonably good prices lrandl Mrs W B Carpenter and son Reid who have been visiting relatives at Mackville and Femvick for several days lave returned home Mr J HElliott was called to the week Aunt Melvina Young pf ton has beenwisiting friends andrelaI tives here the past week She was hadIn Mrs David Key who has been very sink for several weeks is now improving Prayer meeting at the Grove has Eggs f 1Por Sale jpor Hatching Purposes 4AT forl5jI White Rlymoth Rocks Ficial strains =The Best Breeds in byJudgeA C Kimball Springfield Ky q Will Quotedfr- om Now Until Last is Sold y Positively rYthing Extended Anyone itiJIPovb found Kentucky repteIsen Kyr AdamjElhott Slack Johnson NPulliam Kentucky been badly hindered by rain for a couple of weeks but it is our hopethat this weeks time will be favorable Mr awton Bradley who js to c9ndctit will hay an interesting talk to give on Power Mrs Sallie Yankey of Indianais here on an extended visit tO her father Mr John T Key and other relatives Mrsattendeng circuit court at Springfield were theepastweek J H Elliott was the guest dfMrj T J Graves We were much grieved over the defeat of exGovernor Beckham for Sena tor but we are in hope the defeat in that means for some higheroffice It is my belief that he was defeated because of a temperance man Mrs Jas Lowe who tad been very sick for some time but was improving some had a relapse last week Mr J H Elliott Jr who has been in Boyle county attending to his uncle forIestoflMissMranj Mrs Anderson Holdermani and son Henry who have been ill with grip we are glad to say are able to be put with us again Mr Carl Martin son of Mn Thomas Martin of Perryville will make his MQndayThtsglad it is at hand Railroad Test IOdd the eastern division of Maine railroad between Boston and Portsmouth have been treated to a peculiar sight for the last few days as they observed a man 2DIed by a of canvas to break the wind he rode near the smokestack everyIa test of ft smoke burning apparatus and trying to find out lust how mucli water and coal are consumed for each theItwo other men known as inspectors taking a record of the work done by the fireman in handling the fire of the locomotive during round trips INe Chinese Army Chionese editor who addressed the inter denominatibnal missionary conference In Calvary church at San Francisco the other night aroused the risibilities of his audience by a well meant tom ment on tho new army which his coun try is now Developing China said the learned oriental is raising n standing army of 1000000 men After a pause In which he allowed his auditor to grasp the extent of his statement be added with an inimitably Mongolian lisp China has never had a standing army It has always been either a run ning army ort a sitting afmyV t HIS ONLY PAIRI f ItheLittle Blnksl wondered why I digut see you + HeadacheIf d try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Why not do so They will relieve the paiii ill just a few min iitqs Ask your druggist There are 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any of them A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isnt that what you want My son Frank Snyder has used Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills for a long timfe He never had anything to help him so much f r headache A year nbt ho came home and I was down sick with such a dreadful nervous headache He gave me one of the AntiPain Plllsr and after while I took another and was entirely re lleycdI always keep them In the house now and gave many away to others hendacheMRS Powell South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMites Medical Co Elkhart3 Ind t J C999000000000 opp K k JlO enlu y kThis Fine Register ed Jersey Bull Will tandat the HER LEth Mrnj t9qtheat a fee of J O VWITH RETURN PRIVIL GE ADOLPH HERTLEINO- GGGGGGGGOOGGGGGG 4 f THE SUN AND 1 Both pa lr r k175Weekly 125Nashville 7Weekly175SemiWeeklyDemocrat di75 176Home175Americanrn ovBreedersCountry Gentleman 20 135iFarmReview of Reviews I 825 2S6ScnbnersLeder Month 17 435HarpersSunnv South tf 4M 150Tf 0CLUBBING RATES WITH= LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville 00TheJournal except Sunday9r 6 40 820TheJournal any three days in 7frThethreedays 30ThejerJournal one year 2 SO The dai1yHeraldThe EvehinPost L IT 1The SiSn and Kentuok r t DallySnil both ZT + yHY y t8 THE SPRINGFIELD PUN WEDNESDAY MARCH II 1908 z + it IhinawareIery I Remainder this month These will not be conducted except Saturdays i FOR NEXT r I m It t i Have Some which ik I Being Sold at t I f it f+ + t IIAPPY HOLLOW s4 tiave been absent for several weeks I will try and jot drawn a few items tnii week Mr 1M C Keelin g- Saturday and family spent night and Sunday with his familyofMr S im Scott and family of Polih spent S turday and Sunday with the Miss arahShieldsspent Friday night w th Mrs JD Sutherland at SYes for j Valley dom C Keeling Misses Pearl and Myrtle rmstrong and Sarah Shields spent las t Monday afternoon with Miss Maud In nan of Shady Gr ve Mi E rastus Perkins and wife Mrs Martha Snider and daughter and Miss aaralis ent Sunday with the family of Mr Job i Armstrong Mr om McIlvoy and family dined tie family of Mr M C Keeling Sunday i Mr r M Shields and soil Ernest iu d da ghter Mallie spentfrom Sat rclay ill Monday with Mr Toiry Grif rxjfey at vFairview and his father Mr Shields at Tatham Springs Mr olomun Kays was in Poorto- Friday wig n business Mr itch Godby spent Sunday with hs friend Mr Erastus Shields spentJThursdaB Sutherland and wife at Sycamore V Uey Bro Godby of Ohio will conduct a iwrbtrac edngHillsboro some- r nth jSThomas and family spent Sunday with his brother at Lebanon Miss Mallie Shields is spending a week vith friends and relatives at SpringsLspent ftom Sundajf till Tuesday with her father familyMrErastus Shields were very busy breaking mules last iw eek Mr Godby was kickedo the kn se by one ofthe mules Mr Sam Crook and Miss iiJessie Noel were uietly married last Thursday at Spring field Mr Crook is a son of Mr Si H Crook while Miss Noel is the daughter of Mr Jb GNoel Both bride md groom are of near this place MISPearl T Armstrong spent two rweekwith her aunt Mrs j W Wall at Br loksville Mr Samuel Coulter sold a cow 4a Mr JH Settles price S45 Mr Erastus Shields bought a horse from Mr W Thompson price 150 1eors Valas Roy ltyand Joe Brotl ers of Tatham Springs spent Saturday night with Mr Tom McIlvoy and all spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs M C Keeling Mr Fitch Godby bought a horse from Mr Richard Cheatham for 115 Miss Hladie Keeling spent Monday night IV Misses Pearl and Myrtle 1thtl The rSt are very busy making wire fences pn their farms Mrs Bob Robertson and little daugh ter Zelma are spending several weeks with her f ther Mr John Yeager and family of Antioch Mrs Flossie Perkins and sister Miss Pearl Arm4tr ng spent Monday WIth Mrs t C Reeling Mrjs Fercil of Willisburg is with her daughter Mrs JH Settles of near this place CARDWELL v = visIitinweek W LI Graham has been out looking for Jacks afd horses for several days He was at Li iwrenceburgvHarrodsburg Danville S1tanfordjand several other towns last r turning home Saturday night Mr Graham reports the or his trip Mr Graham bought a fine of mules also one 44earold gelding for 5150 d r spentdnesE GL Holday E T Perkins and W L Graham attended Roger Lillards sale at La nceburg last Thursday Everything sold well Yearling colts sold at as 185 and 2year old colts 135toi200l E G Holiday sold tpCf T Worthington one 5j ear 01d horse for 150 He also bought of J A Kyler one 3year old hor a flof 125 Graham Pferkins bought of WT Phillips of Laft renceburg one 4year qld mare f rt30 also of L HCros field one 4y rold horse for 100 W S Ross bought of Neber Farris one 3yearold horse for 135 T 1 Roy Ity bought of East Texas parties lOOj bushels of corn for 3 per barrel Cured Her Turkeys MyIwcured themf It is the best remedy for fowls we a ever used Sold by all druggists j INOF CID THE i + j GH HILL Miss Effie Coulter spent and Sunday with Sabe Coulter and fam Sammie Crooke and Miss Jessie Noel were married last at the County Clerks office The bride is a well known young lady of the Hills boro and the groom is a well known young man of Sweet Retreat Mr spent Sunday with Dock Coulter near this place All the farmers of this are burning plant bedS with the ex of raising tobacco JR Brewer and wife left last Wed n sday for Illinois to make their future home Mr Thomas Coulter and wife spent and Sunday with Mr Richard Hardin and family near Rock Bridge Mr J A Coulter and wife were in one day last on business Mr Cecil Coulter spent one day last week Scott Mr Tom Coulter wife and little spent one day last week with J A Coulter and family Coulter was in Fairview lay week on business MT ZION Miss Margie Bonta returned home Sunday aftei a visit to Miss Alma Allen nearT YlOlsvI lee Mr James B Hayes at dinner Sunday the Mr find- Mrs G D Bpdine and Master J N Hayes and Vester Lee Mr James S Hayes and Mis Emma Neal Miss Ora visited at the home of Mr Merrill Foster last week Miss Lyda Bishop has returned to her home at Midway Mrs J S Hayes and Miss Blanche Bonta were in Spri igfield last Tuesday Mr Hurbert Grumes spent one day lasV week with his sister Mrs Will Wilson was stabbed fatally night while at an en atPolin school house Mr John Russell of i s with his mother this week Mrs R A Russell is much since our last writing Mr Richard Snyder wife and children visited Mrs Snyders mother Mrs Mollic Williams Sunday Mr G D Bodine was in last Friday M t W ysOinlYt 1 it I am to the of countyk an opportunity to CHINA at a of on WATCH ADVERTISEMENT WEEK FURNITURE Kaysy with h1mgtonand fancy LABELj week FrSatud Washington WARE IIiil J HARMON Mackville Ky I ftWt MULDRA Saturday ilyMr Wednesday neighborhood JACoglter neighborhood pectation Saturday Springfield withNancy daughter MrrSsmuel 11o verYpleasant entertained following Randal- Mr andMrt Pinkston HunterFly probably Saturday tertainment Vanarsdale improved Springfield tf t going give people buy Sales E LOCUST GROVE News is very scarce Miss Francis Litsey is visiting friencs at Springfield and Pleasant Grove Mr Will Fitz and wife of near Springfield were guests of Henry Reed and wife Sunday Mrs A L Litsey spent Sunday with her brother near Mackvillei Mr Gibson and wife of Sharps visited their daughter Mrs Bertha Kayes Saturday and Sunday Mrs Emma Baker Julia Goatley and Misses Sue and Bertha Edgerton were itIseyw o on the sick list is much improved Ernest Shewmaker pent Friday nignt with the Leachman brothers tMitt Leachman bought a horse from R M Thompson price unknown A L Litsey sold a horse to Joe Hal- llfcr75 and a mule to Ed Nanby for i100Henry Reed poundIIshoats to J S eYe James Cutsinger bought a cow from Goddard G andY for 2750 Merritt b Dragoo bought a crop of tobacco fro n Miller Birch for 400 Frankfort Item The senate has passed by a unanl mows vote tie Rehaker bill providing a pension for Indigent and disabled Confederate veterans The provisions of the bill are carefully guarded and no one can receive the 125 per year If he has as much as 600 worth of property nor If he has a member of his immediate family that Is able to take care of him A board of Investigation In each county is provided for and musthavefavorably before he can draW the pension from the state The bill does not conflict or Interfere with the Confed erato Soldiers Home at Pewee Valley tIs believed the bill will pass the house of representatives with taut little opposition and an amendment may be adopted providing that any servant who accompanied his master while serving inte Confederate army and who is indtj ent or disabled may also be entitledto a pension This provision was in the bill as first presented but owing to the fact thit the section was not carefully drawn It was strick en out Neither the senate nor hou ehas taken any final action yet on the nu memos bills to repeal the dogtax law questiondmaking an active tight against the re memoIcoming here The State Farmers In which met here last week withian attendance of about 200 from allover the state adopted by an almost unanimous vote a resolution calling upon thelerslature not to repeal the repealhoweverwands for the passage of the bill and It may be pushed through yet The cheeseparers and recordmak ers are afraid to vote their sentiments on any of the education appropriation bills because the cause of education is so popular now in Kentucky that it may mean political suicide to anyone who dares tu utocisauiy bill thflt stands for educjationalprogress This was demonstrated in the house last week when the bill appropriating 500 000 to the state college and the tsa state normal schools came up for discussion and passage The bll Ogives 150000 to each of the normal schools fonethirdnext year and the other third In 1910 The cheeseparers all expressed themselves as being in favor of the hut but they urged that the amounts appro priated were too large This argu ment reduced to its final absurdity would be the same as asking the legis lature to meet In a tent without a stove in zero weather The c ps however were not In the majority and the bill passed by a vote of 69 to 17 and will probably pass the senate al most unanimously All of which goes to show that the recordmaker and al leged economist who wants to give you a mosquitobar overcoat wlen8Ichinchilla would hardly warm does not always succeed There is a bitter war on between two factions of the Kentucky Dairy mens association and it looks like two associations will be the result It all comes about over the bill in the legislature providing for a rigid inspection of all cows and the killing of all those found to be infected with tu bereulosis The annual meeting of the association was held here last week and after a spirited argument over the propriety of passing the bill the meeting split up like a political convention and one faction left the building with the avowed intention of forming a new association Some of the dairymen say that every herd of cows in the state has more or less tuberculosis in it and that such has been the case from time immemorial and that It the proposed law passes nearly every herd of dairy cows in the state will have to be slaughtered when there is no real reason for It Poorly Compensated Laborers Chinese cocllfs employed In building railways in Japan get only 15 yon IS747 a mouth and food R va1 Sa1e I S Now InauguratedA- I4D i1 VfcRY LOW PRICES ARE QUOTED ON MensSuits Boys longpant Suits Boys shortpant Suits Corduroy Suits and pants and Ladies end Childrens CloaKs Overcoats are also included f ri jv THIS is STRICTLY CASH SALE Ii m Grundy MclntireiI Springfield a SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN M H Jones has for sale some good gobblersone thoroughbred le600bushelsbushel H S Litsey Rt 4 has fbr sale two Jackstwo yearolds past Extra good ones Will sell them at low figures Enslishsalethreeshoats will weigh about 90 pounds W Dx Claybrooke Springfield has timothyhayG L 4 has fox sale a 71 months oldShQrtl Horn Bull Calf finely bred and good individual Will andwillf4tnJsbcertIfied J G Adams Lebanon Ky Route 3 has for sale a lot of timothy ario clover hay Mrs CN Willett Rt 2 hasfor sale S S Hamberg eggs 1 for 50c 30 for 100iCase Brady Rt 3 have for sale good milk cows and calves and butcher cattle T C L Brady Rb3 has for sale some good timothy baled hay G T Clements Rt1 haaffpr sale 100 bushels black seed oats x fine A L Litsey Rt 3 has forsale three pairs of mules R L Thompson Rt 2 has for sale some n roosters at 5Q cts eacn it taken immediately W C Texas has for sale 15 tons of No1 timothy and clover hay IWP Montgomery Rtl hoe for feale 200 gray seed oats W H Leachman Spririgfieldll2 for sale orchard grass iOf1enMrs K S Clements Rt I5 has for 3 sale guinea eggs Send orders 5persettingJ A Tucker Rt 2 has for sale two good work mules Fat twoDurocand two Yorkshire gilts C H Montgomery Rt 1 has for some thoroughbred Duroc Jersey pigs WG Grundy Rt 1 has for sale a registered Duroc Jersey boar R A Thompson Rt2 has for sale baledhayHugh Stiles Rt3 has for sale some wantstoFor sale 2000 bundles ui oats Apply to T J Montgomery orS P Der ringer Rt 1 t l 1 i t i i