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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vt t l t 1r tt I t unC1 iIfi2J 4 H 1 i7f t I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY jjie j f L I y If i VOLUME IV I j SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 7f1908 NUMIERI8 1 1 j I 1 IT EDITORIAL SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS iORE EDITOR o41W0E TO KIM tHAT TOWN WITH l STAILISHETH A CITY f1 I IIIIUaOlllTHE WATCHWORD LOUISVILLE THE PLAOEI Through dissensions in the Democrat ic party brought about upon tEe ne hand ly sOme Democrats who play petit politics Id upon the other hind KenCseve times been pitched to the pups of the wrong kennel and that too to the dtfriment ot eventexests in the States saye the regiments of piehunters fol lowing the lead of the eleemosynary 4 elephant and Teddyterrorists Let us deliver ourselves of the yerjo THOUS things that canker the 11eart3pdE tread no more where tjhe thistles rowt For the good of the party and for tjhe a STOod of the State Democrats ought tof- r jgfit together and stay together Re publicanism enthroned south of the c it Ohio river makes a mess under foot a cloud oer head and a crooked path fora1ILWe are to have i Democratic stale convention within the next few weeks a gathering of the hosts from tie cities and the hamlet arid the fielps I afaro Delect delegate tothe Nation t 1atconvention May we not do a little work at intervals and a little praying v at odd times that the meeting may Je 1harmoniops Harmony the watchword diffefs encesn buried eternally vhape in eyety J treasta wave of 1ighfitheWakf s the clouds and well win to the goo old tune of 3QtHX IsThere may be a few domineering arid designing persona iri the cpnverithjn who will endeavor to aid the Republi cansby stirring up strife but we in cline to the belief tha these types of Democrats will be few and far be tween JtHaving made some nquirycfDen ocrats over the State we pare ga fiefI to learn that a feeling pf good d sfiip is prevalent and that those prom inent in party affairs are putting thefr heads together for the partys good and not for the advancement of the in terests of any individualor individuals e We will have rip cliques of wiggIin caterpillars the buds upofi Democratic tre sIIndividuals with brigand feathers pi raticai ideas in their heads will have the gunfe6f the convention tra neduPfI on them And they with the first crook move will be commanded to throw 1fIjifAuP their hands and submit to the shack Ingfa Kvery man who makes it known thai he will support the Democratic ticket will be inyited iinto the convention and the door will be slammedin the face of dissgree1entjIf past and he desires to remove thel r stain from his linens by bending him self over the Democratic washbpardj let him proceed to scrub encourag him Backs to the past eyes to thej future and handin hand well go the fountains and sip together just to prove our allegiance before the battle wages Io the mind with enough intelligence to grasp an ideait must be clear that the party wiliiieed the help ot every 1emocratin Kentucky nextNovember Past experience has taught itthat it is exceedingly unwise for Democrats to practice retaliation That is an oldt game at which two can play and wei have always found that when Demo crats indulged in that sort of skylark ingthe partys nominees never fail to drink the dregs from the bitter cup We wet to win in Kentucky nextl fall and as matters now stand we will sweepthe State but if Dethocratsgd Qt IJ into the onventi n with axes to grind and knives up their sleeves the chance will thus I be created for the State to give its electoral vote to the Republicans If any man is to be booted out of the convention it ougtto be the man whose Italian hand picks at old sores w ois there with a personal grievance ejndeayoring to damn some body who has crossed his path at some- tIme or othert In this convention no fight should be made either for or against Beckham It would be folly to allow such a scrimmage to comeup It will be suicidal for the convention to attempt to even up old scores with certain powerful influ ences that have contributed to the defeat of SOme of the partys nominees It will be time enough to begin the con ict against such influences when they fight A tussle of that sort once begun never ends until the polls close in November and may we not remem berthat itlis no blazing away at the timid hares of the fields but itas an- ffOrt to bard lion in his den Ifthee here could be a remote chance of contest of this sort resulting in good other than to satisfy somebodys thirst for revezirge thw convention might ex use itse11for permitting ittObe introduced 1 All of us regret Beckham defeat We have expressed ourselves reefyand fully having torn our hair and gnashed our teeth and boiled over two or three dozen times Why should we continue these very exceedingly animated an tics i There is some talk of taking the convention away roth Louisville May we ask why Is it not because somebody wants to retaliate When we con ider that Louisville is the Ibgicabcon vention city in Kentucky itis obvious r to all that the desire to take the c r ventipnto another city has behind it a- inister motive In pur ppinipn itwould be a yery serious and inexcusable blun der to hold the convention in any other city than Louisville We do not say this because we are in any wise wedded to that city but because upon the face of such amove could be seen retalia ion We must not despise Louisville because of tie evil ways pf some of er citizens Indeed we should en eayor the harder to persuade our err ing friends of the Falls City to come back into the foldLWe can not belieye that Gov Heck ham will allow his friends to put Democratic I sUccess in jeopardy by finjecting personalities into the convention No doubt his grievances are many and h1may be justified in con tinuing the f ght against his enemies but he must look to the interests of the arty that hjas repeatedly honored him he must refuse to carry his war col ors into those fields where neutrality is observed Any other than a conserv tiye straightforward course ir the State convention on the part of Gov Beckham with an eye open only to his partys welfarewill be ruinous to his career The samepeople who contributed to the defeat of Gov Beckham for United States Senator contributed to the defeat of the editor of The Sun for State Senator the cause being the same in each case But were it in our power to retaliate in the State convention by annihilating the gentlemen who an tihiI tedius we would say to that coiling monster HateHnay nay your POison tongue shall not touch the heart in our breast we are looking through the eyes of Duty to the success of the Democratic party There were many voices raised against Mr Watterson and the Courier Journal and some there were who called down the wrath of the gods upon Mr Haldeman and the Times but we most sincerely hope that folks all now ready to retract and strangle the unnecessarily mean things born while the brain was aflame and while the heart in its shadows conceived naught but hideous Imps and fiery vocabularies t OFFICERS OF THE LAW ji I Irfie hand of anarchy is yet at this throat of Kentucky and our wheels of progress are retarded by lawlessness Discontent a frost in the Land of Hopehas fanged the State from its four corners to the center Business enterprises in city find ham let alike are stunned and that prosperity due every man who is willing to la bor with brain and brawn is denied to the citizenship of the State because the crevices of our hills and the bushes of our valleys shield marauding cowards who go forth under starless nights and destroy where they trod Shall these intolerable conditions con tinue or will the manhood of Kentucky answer to the call of wounded justice and go forth to place pinions upon the serpentto remove incendiaries and plunderers from the lights of liberties to the plagues of prison V VOh my husband cries the fright ened wife you have denounced the nightriders will they not destroy our home Will they not come and take you from me And tneriVe hear from the trembling lips of our little children Papal pies afraid of night ridersI Every break in the stillness of the night causes the woman to him uneasily up on her couch and the falling twigs dis turb the slumbers of the little ones and they awaken and scream the night- riders have come for papa Is this not enough to make the blood of every lawabiding Kentuckian boil Is it not enough to charge every drop of that blood with the fire of determi nation and to cause him to swear by the neavens above him and by the sa credness of his hearthstone that these terrors shall beremoved Jf fefj v In Kentucky we have boasted of our chivalry and have heralded it to the world that he who would molest Kentucky womanhood dies like a dog Our wives and daughters are trembling in their homes they are crying out in their terror their happiness and contentment is sorely disturbed It is now time for Kentucky manhood to either prove its chivalry or admit its coward ice Order can be restored in Kentucky Within thirty days if the lawabiding people will act concertedly- A sentinel upon the highway neigh bor looking to neighbors interests community standing to community cdunty swearing to protect its citizen shipbuilding its fortifications with Mighty Law and the tyrannical gener ala in the lead of the hosts of flaming torch will turn their faces toward the rendezvous before the echo of the first shot diEsaway An officer of the law in Kentucky who fails to do his sworn duty during these days of turmoil is a trembling coward HeoUght to resign and give the people an opportunity to fill his place with a man whQ can not be intimidated bluffed bullied or bought When the liberties of the people are threatened cowardly officer of the law becomes a menace not alone to the people he was elected to serve but tQ the people of the whole State If the commanderinchief loses his courage when the conflict is waging he demoralizes hs army and turns probable victory into certain defeat Sol diers falter in their march to battle when commands are given through the lips of a coward When the general upon the field jshows even in the small est way that he is Afraid of the opposing forced hem yes from the breasts of his men that inspiration that causes an army to wage the fight unto victory and he opens the way through which fOljlfica1tlons The officers of law in Kentucky are the generals If they refuse to take their places at the head of the army that is opposing lawlessness in Ken tucky it may De many months before we strike the final blow and restoreor der in the Commonwealth With every officer of lawendeavoring to his utmost to perform his sworn duty we need hive little fear of the reign of terror continuing indefinitely it will disap pear with the dropping of the blooms of spring An officer of the law who is driven to perform his duty by public sentiment is unsafe he becomes as a sulking slave under his master and awaits an opportunity to slight his work and perliaps prays for the chance to plunge a whetted knife into the masters heart May God Almighty pity the county in Kentucky whose officers are allied with night riders either through fear of the riders lash or through genuine love for the criminals method of work Ken tucky militias will do that county little good Depredations will continue as long as immunity is promised Brave men and true are needed in office in Kentucky todaymen who will put political aspirations behind them and perform their duties with an eye only to the public welfare Such men may temporarily suffer but the time will come whcn they will be praised from every quarter for the per ormance of their duties and they will be honored with higher positions of trjist The officers and members of the American Society of Equity and the offir3and members of every tobacco organization in the State should work shoulder to shoulder with the officers of law in running to earth the bands of lawless characters that are terrorizing and plundering throughout Kentucky Its must beplamto every intel ligent member of these societies that it is very necessary to clear the organ izations of the charges placed at their doprs to prevent them from perishing beneath a weight of odium Many people are branding as criminal these organizations We believe the charges are unjust and we have most earnestly and persistently denied the truth of the accusations But since the charge has been so generally and emphatically made itis evident that it will require more than a denial to prove to the public that the societies have teen wrongfully accused Let it be re linembered that the usefulness of the organization is destroyed until it has tieen proved not guilty Therefore very member should exert himself to establish the innocence of the organi- zatIon arid there is no better way to do this than to cheerfully unite with officers of law in an effort to capture the real culprits Remember the Society of Equity stands in the same light with the individual who is accused of incendiarism and like the individual the society will be in bad repute until the falsity of the charge is proved beyond the question of a doubt Lawabiding men will shun the or ganization and its membership will dwindle to nothing if its officers and friends throughout the State fail t join in the crusade against the perpe trators of these miserable disorders Assist in restoring order in Kentucky and the Eqpity Society will come out of this digraceful trouble withitsskirts clean with renewed life with the re spec and admiration of every man equipped todo a great work in the future Failing to do this the Society is damned eternally Saturday Sate The Saturday sale of Hagan Bros announced in last weeks issue of The Sun will be conducted again Saturday Their advertisement is printed on this page I Notice The undersigned firm having dis solved partnership respectfully request all parties indebted to us to caWand settle without delay P G McElroy wilt have charge of the books for 80 days and can be found at Shultz Riedels Respectfully SHULTZ MCELROY Flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield county court days with a nice lot of flowers and MATTINGLYtI e CITIZENS MEET And Adopt Plan to Pre vent Lawlessness In Washington County tA successful and enthusiastic meet ing of the tobacco growers and citizens of Washington county was called to order in the court house in this city Saturday afternoon by Mr W N Keeling President of the Law and Or der League of Washington county Judge W E Selecman was elected chairman and after brief remarks ask ed for the election of a Secretary Mr J C McElroy was chosen Secretary The building was crowded to its fullest capacity Immediately after the organization of the body Hon John W Lewis deliv ered an address in which he stated the object of the meeting His address was well received and evoked much ap- plauee Mr Lewis was emphatic in his denunciation of lawlessness and made many excellent suggestions which if followed by the citizens of this county will assist the Qfficers of law in keep ing order At the conclusion of his remarks Mr Lewis offered the following resolutions which were unanimously adoptedThis meeting speaking as we be lieve for the whole body of the order loving and law abiding citizenship of Washington county declares the loyalty ofour people to the constitution and laws of the Country and Common wealth We recommend to all citizens to grow a crop of tobacco this year who desire to do so arid pledge to them the whole strength of the county financial and physical to secure to them protec tion for their crops and ecurity for their persons and property In order that the laws may be upheld and these great ends the chief ends for which governments have been establishedand constitutions and laws ordained we recommend our citizens to organize themselves for protection for their families persons and property for ef fective resistance to masked night rid ers and all lawless characters who may attempt to assail them As a means of doing so we recommend to the people the appointment ofa number of the citizens of Washington county from the several districts thfJeof for the purpose of receiving financial contributions and we recommend to all grow ers of tobacco to contribute to said committee the sum of fifty cents upon each acre of tobacco planted by them respectively the present year and to our other citizens who believe in the mantainancr flaw and order and upholding the rights of the people to con tribute to said committee such sums as they may deem fit in order to provide a fund for the purpose of detecting crim inals and resisting effectively all night riding depredations and lawlessness in Washington county We declare our unalterable determination by every lawful means in pur power tq uphold law and the established authorities in our county in the exercise of their authority for the maintenance of law and securing to all our citizens the lib erties guaranteed to them by the con stitutions and laws of the land This action is taken with malice toward none and good will to all and hostility towards none save criminals who would despoil our citizens and by violence and lawlessness destroy their lives liberty arid property I H THURMAN G C WHARTON B K SIMMS CHAS BRADY JOHN W LEVIS After the adoption of the above resolutions Judge I H Thurman was called upon for a speech He delivered a forcible and logical address appealing to every man in the audience to join in the effort that is to be made to keep order in Washington county His speeh was applauded throughout and it could be plainly seen that the audi ence was in sympathy with the speaker To Judge Thurman is due the credit for the pain herewith given We the undersigned citizens arjd to bacco gr wersof Washington county Ky do hereby iorm ourselves into an organization to be known as the Wash J li ington County Tobacco Growers Ass J ciation i The object of said organization is and 4 shall be to promote to encourage and to restore amongst the people of the county good feeling and fellowship arid to provide for the protection of the persons and property of such of the citi izens of the county as desire to raise a crop of tobacco during the year 19O6 and likewise for the protection of those who for any reason may prefer not to raise a crop of tobacco during said year and to that end and for that purpose we subscribe and agree to pay to the Executive Committee hereinafter provided for the sum of 50 cte upon eachaCre of tobacco we expect to raise and those of us who expect to t raise no tobacco this year agree to pay to said Committee the sums set pppo site our respective najnes 4 The Executive Committee of this organization shall consist of the fjl1owinli named citizens and tobacco growers of Washington county B L Litsey Jno X ColvinG L Haydon Joe Begiey f Wm Nally Gabe Ktightly Wm L Graham James Wall W N Keeling Jack Sharpe Nimrod Hendren W H Yancey W S Y Goqdlett W Br Bari low J K Terrell The members of said Committee shallIJt have the right by Unanimous agree rment to add to their number such other tobacco growers of the county as they may think advisable The Execu tive Committee shall have exclusive 7 control of the moneys collected as h ro r in provided for and shall pay back pro rata to each member of this organiza I tion such as may remain unexpended J 1ForCONCLUDED ON TAGE EIGHT t Jl OooonQnoofI Q o o 4 o a Hagan1 L 0 I Bros t I o D o IIJf0 Jt fi r i Saturday ft1 Sale l n t n 1 n 0 a F orJt4 l I Cash 5 1tt7 Q I 11 3 boyes Jello 2Nc Q f3 cans regular roe corn 25c fn 3 cans regular isc corn 25c I j 3 cans regular IOC peas 25c ii can Polks Best 3lbs Tomatoes toe 2 cans regular 2 for 250 a Salmon 20c I dozen regular 30C tQ Oranges 20enS Q I dozen regular 2pc 0JLemons 1 5 6 bars Big Deal Soap 5G I 6 bars Red Wrapper n Soap 25s7 bars Lenox Soap 25cr iJ3 lbs regular 2oc Evap orated Peaches 45c to S 2 cans regular 150 Chunk Pineapple 25c 0 n Garden Seed in bulk and 5 packages seed potatoes 1 Flowerpotsj Sr S Q ci S When You Want t rftpa a nThe Best J iQ 10 F 5 And Arelr1DoubtJ y4f t v S Order 0 D fERN DELL COffEE n n ot n 0 HAGAN BROS i t nSSpringfleift Ky y QIi It a A 1IQQQQifQQQQ J i t I l 7w T I 4 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1908 j I c ZCHESTNUT I r DARE Ii I Ijj I 1 Har1nesstI 1iriifiM Conformation He combines the blood of theGreat Chester Dare and the renouned Chief Family His sire is Chester Dare 10 and his dam by Red Chief heby Clark Chief the sire of Harrison Chief the grandsire of the great Montgomery Chief and Bourbon King V o A test of breeding qualities of a horse is the sale and show ring As 1 to the sale ring he sired the highest priced lot of colts ever sold in Wash inton county As to the show ring not one of his colts of four seasons have ever been defeated by the colts of any horse owned or farmed in cotmty They won very tie blueand red eight in all given by the Washington County Fair Association at ourlast fair His yearlings won six of the eight ribbons tied in full rings He sired the winning two rearold and the 2nd premium threeyearold harness mares in rings of seVen entries while he was shown only twice in saddle and harness rings pfeight entries and won easily Mr Allen who was selected by the 1air Company and considered a fair and impartial Judge saifl his colts of eighteen entries had more style and finish than any lot of colts heever saw In one ring A comparison of his rIngs of colts to those of other horses at our own Fair and other County and State Fairs I ask the breeders to please notice and consider before breeding elsewhere He not only produces sellers at weanlings but sellers and show horses as they advance in age I again solicit the patronage of all owners of good mares m this and adjoining counties this horse will make the present season at my place near Springfield at I 1c 20 D No 3 The will give an Eastei and enter tai 1ment on inight April 18 A prize cake will be given the girl and pie to the man body is Invited Mr and wife spent with friends at Mrs has from where she has beep with her sister for the past three weeks Mrs and Mrs Lizzie have a line of at this pla e There will be at this place next and night Mr H H court at Dr John has sold his to of this place and will make his future home in burg Mr E W Smith has home after ail visit Wells Hotel V r Rey spent with his Mrs S B W B and wife at the home ofW S Y and T J Miller was in Miss Lula Trent has home TO A REI B B LEACHMAN J Springfield Kentucky 1 WILLISBURG Royal Neighbors Supper musical Saturday prettiest ugliest Every 813 Yeager Sunday Bloomfield MarjiHughes returned Louisville Phdebie Harlow McMillen opened beautiful ml11iIerygoods preaching Sunday morning Etherington attended county arrodsburg Monday Sutherland propert Everett Keeling Harr09 returned extended atthe Yancey Saturday daughter Yeager Shirley visited Goodlett Saturday Sunday Springfield Saturday returned NSU COLT from ashville Tenn Mr R C Pinkston and wife visited at the home of John W Grider Satur day and Sundayp SURE SG i Mr Young They say that a man should not be Judged by the clothes he LMrsshould be judge i by the clothes his wife wears 1 n H IIIai- a celce1cetll ii FOR CASH AND 0 if CASH ONL 1i t f 500 and 1OOO j Pound Coupon Books j t For Sale at 10 percenit a Discount i I Springfield Water anJ Electric Light Go I tfT o Celery Growing Written Especially for The Sun Hubbard saysflTheink of the wise is worth more than the bloodof martyrs This of course means those whom we call unusually wise We niav however deduce from it that we may wisely write that which we know to be of value to ourselves and therefore to others I think know how to do some few things ana one is now to raise celery I know alothat 1 think it not worth while for a woman to raise it to sell for one csnt realize ten cent per stalk whe9selling it It is only when raising avoiding the paying ten cents per stalk that one realizes that much for it I have the Spring field women in mind now and if they knew how much I have envied them and their fine water works for raising celery they would this first week in April march out and fix a 4x6 bed with soft rich soil and sow it to fresh celery seed just a mcktes worth Sow it tjhinly in rows about three inches apart covering i inch deep N6w put fInCh boardson all sides of the bed and cover with tobacco canvas Tack the Canvas on one end andone side leaving the other end and side to be fasteneq by placing a board on the canvas on the outside of the bed against the board that edges the bed This is so the canvas can be raised for weeding arid working which may be done with a common table fork Care must be taken that the soil does not get dry If the weather is warm the seed will soon germinate Remember old seed will not grow When the weather gets over the frostingat night state remove the canvas Celery is quite hrdyand can growIKeep the plants well watered and well worked working the ground be fore watering when somewhat dry as the soil must not be worked when wet About the middle of May or when the plants are beginning to get stalky trim the leaves leaving an inch or two- o stalk and transplant torowsone fciot apart or in one long row next to a fence where it can be watered easily it spelllOne trench as we r deepIand on found with six or eight inches be each plant according to the va riety Keep it well worked and well wat etedand about the 1st of August wren it is large enough to raise up and measure one foot high to the tips bf the leaves get some ten inch wide boards and place on edge op each ide of the row driving stakes on the put side to hold the boards in place this is for blanching and the boards must be put up close to the plants after carefully raising the stalks up Ias straight as possible- In a short time there will be stme nicely blanched celery to begin to ujse When freezing weather comes tyave it pulled and put into the cellar with the soil on the roots packing it upright with roots close together or it may be LillstrRwIn this way celery can be had all winter fresh and crisp just for a little work that does one so much good I am one of Washington countys busy Marthas soyours truly v MARTHA WASHINGTON HAPPY HOLLOW Mr J D Sutherland and wife spept Saturday night and Sunday with her father in Anderson county Mr Erastus Perkins and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with her father Mr John Armstrong and family at this place Miss Mallv Shields has retnrned home after a two weeks visit with friends and relatives at Tatham Springs Mr Solomon Kays and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr J M Shields and family at this place Mr M C Keeling and family spent from Sunday until Saturday with Mr Tom Brown at Fairyiew Mr Tom Prather is very sick with pneumonia Miss Sarah Shields spent Saturday night with Mrs M C Keeling Mr Carl Walls spent Sunday afternoon with Mr John Armstrong Miss Mallie Shields spent Sunday night with Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong Mr Erastus Shields happened to some bad luck last week His horse became frightened and ran away tear ing his buggy up Mrs Solomon Kays anSI two children spent Monday with John Arm strong Mrs Sabe Coulter andMrs Solomon Rays spent Thursday with MrJM Shields at this place I LOCUST GROVE MerIrittMonday Miss Mary Sweeney has returned to her home in Louisville after a pleasant visi t with her aunt Mrs Alice Thomp son Mr Ed Birch and wife spent Satur da and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Gil bs near town Mrs Ora Merritt was in town Satur dad Mesdames Lizzie Reed Mattie Dra goo Emma Baker and Misses Sue and Bertha Edgerton Frances Litsey and Julia Goatley spent Friday with Mr and Mrs J S Leachman Master Henry Merritt and little sis ter Mary yisited rsA L Jitsey Saturday evening Ildgar Wilson and Harvey Leachman were at Mackville Sunday night Miss Nannie Thompson entertained Friday night in honor of her guest MJ fc MarySweeney of Louisville Miss Katie Hertlein was the pleasant- gu st of Mrs Mattie Dragoo Saturday night and Sunday Miss Julia Goatley spent Friday night Julia Leachman WitMrs Rogers began her school Grove last Monday Several Qf Springfields prominent citizens passed through here Saturday enrbute to Willisburg to attend the tobacco meeting B B Leachman bought a farm containing about 115 acres from John Walls for 57 per acre Only Lost One GeorgetownKyBqurbon Poultrv Cure with my turkeys Qnlylostit if I had used this medicine sooner Sold by all druggists JENSONTON These few cold and rainy days will prevent the farmers from plowing Mrs J C Campbell has returned home after spending several days at Springfield Miss Mattie Kimberlm has fifty tur keys setting Luck to her School opened at this place Monday with Miss Seorgie Cocanougher as teacher Mr Willie Lea is very sick at this writing MrW T Campbell of East Texas wasN the pleasant guest of Mrs Sarah Elliott last Saturday The prayer meeting lastj Thursdav night at Mr Purdom Pinktons was under the conduct of W B Elliott and was very well attended His text was the 3rd chapter of first John Mr Marquis Cocanougher was chosen to lead next Thursday night Miss Flossie Isham ot this place wasin Springfield Saturday Mrs J W Edwards visited her daughter Mrs Purdom Pinkston- Thursday and Friday Miss Mary Drugan was the pleasant guest bf Miss Bernice Lawrence last Saturday The prayer meeting next Thursday night will be at the school house at this place Little Miss Alma Elliott of this place spent Saturday with her aunt Mrs Lee Goode Mr Jimmie Best ot Long Run visi ted his father R T Best Saturday and Sunday- It seems that night riders are still raging I suppose the tobacco crop will be cut out in this neighborhood 0lhuw we Jo love to readfrheoun for we Jove it dearly It neve fails to shine on Thursday morning Epilepsy Fits L Convulsions OF Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most cases can be ured by strengthening and build systemTocine is neededr Miles Nervine will lie found efficacious and satisfactory It has cured many cases of these diseases and we believe it will cure you We can give you names of many who throughitsMy son John had epilepsy for years and after having him treated by specialists for over 2 years he still to have I had al most given up in despair but know ing the virtue of AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1906 Igave him a teaspoonful three times a day then in July I gave It as directed and I could see that he was improving and he has not had a August 28 100G and has taken no wrltlngtheinduce others to try it W R ALLISON Mooresvllle N C Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv Ine him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind fL I ii i DO 1 YoUS WANTIONEIf you have a desire to own a piano we will tell you how to save S108 on a highgrade guaranteed instrument Its well worth your while to investi sellingItsVou buy for cash or on payments you will be inter ested Writh us today for free booklet tells you all about it Gives you information worth knowing MontenegroRiehm Music Co INCORPORATED 628630 Fourth Avenue LouisYilfe Ky I t = OOOOOOCOGCOQCOCOCCOOOCGOOO Kentucky King148 This Fine Registered Jersey Bull Will stand at the HERTLEIN farm one mile north of Springfield on 50atWITH RETURN PRIVILEGE ADOLPH IJERTLEI- N0000000000000000000000000s S The Buyers ef Guide Tht Inns whose names are repre sented in our advertising columns are worthy of the confidence of person in the community wjipkas money to spend The fact thit they advertise stamps them as enterpris ing progressive men of business a credit to our towD3nd descrying of support Our advertising columns comprise a Buyers Guide 1o fair dealing good goods honest prices h TIlE SUN ANDBoth pi perslyr 175WeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald 125 150WeeklyWeekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe 175ThriceaWeek 125AmericanAmerican Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman200 185FarmReview of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 400LedgerMagazine435Harprs Sunny South 1150 = CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sundayb 8 20 CourierJournal theweek3 7ft dailyCourierJournal days in the we eksixmonths 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one yeal2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EyeningPost Have You Used I1iiRf au l If not then do so when you wtnt a good satisfactory Paihk for all purposes both inside and pricdsfurnished t StrasselGans Paint Co INCORPORATED i Paints4 Oils Brushes Glass E cfJ215 W Market St Louisville Ky The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Jour nal bothon year t 14 Mambrino r Winchester Boy Will make the season of 1908 at my place at Booker Station at BOOTo Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Mambrino Winchester Boy is 7years whitetoot t Horse and fine looke- rPEDIGREEManibrino Winchester Boy is by Mambnno Boy Jr 6997 theSsire of Volo 212 and others and cne pacer with a record of 209 Mambnno Boy Jr by the great Mambnno 226J jMambrino Winchester Boys first dam is by Boyd Winchester he by Boyd1cjNara by Snowstorm A LIEN RETAINED ON ALL COLTS TO SECURE SERVICE FEE At the same time and placeand under the same condition ft 4 as the horse my fineIJack DICKWill make the season byBenton byCaldwelPsFOR HORSE MULE S6 and 7 FOR MARE MULE 1Qid Lannas Coulter IiIIWNE Brown JIEasily Operated and Most Roth Disc Shovel Styles Parallel Beams Spring Trips Mr Dealer Cultivate your Customer a pleased customer isyourleat advertisement 9ftheWe are State Agents for Stude andBreakingand Disc Harrows Lean all Steel Smoothmg Harrows and Land Rollers Write for Catalogues A FULL LINE OF FIELD SEEDS Lewis ft Chambrsj162m Louisville Ky t T ir It to I t 1THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 908 1i 4i j 3 0 f i pithMrn trr i SENATOR KNUTE1 rPONo ke LONG LICK Several of the relatives and friends met at the home of Mr Woodford Grayes last Monday and surprised him by serving an elegant dinner in honor y of his fifty eighth birthday He was awarded i several nice presents as aI token of respect and love The artist came in the afternoon and took a group of r the crowd which was fortyfour in number Those present were Mr Wil liam Graves and wife John Graves and wife Willie Lowe wife and three chili dren James Lowe and wife Reed Rus sell and wife Robert Graves wi e and two children Will Russell daughter Ed Grayes wife and littleI son John Fry Carpenter and wife Frank Graves wife and two children Misses Dora Campbell Zanie Lowe TV Harmon Messrs Andrew Graves and Eugene Lowe Every one reports an enjoyable day spent Mr R B Graves wife and two chil dren of Fenwick were guests of Mr Frank Graves and wife SundayrMr Henry Noel and wife spent last Wednesday with Mrs Eliza Noel Mrs Bettie Lowe visited Mrs Mar garet Harmon Thursday r Rev Mr Brewer was the guest of Mr James Mayes Friday and said if nothing prevented he would preach at Bethel this fourth Sunday ZilphaIHarmon and baby visited MrsMattie Graves Friday- AMERICANS IN GRAND OPERA There Are Few of Them Because They Wont Sing In Chorus Operagoers would have to discard their opera glasses and lorgnettes for telescopes to find the Americans on the araronly about ten In all and they are in the chorus says the New York Times Of this dearth of Americans a mem b MetroII Americans with operatic aspirav are not content to go into the chorus They must be at the top of the heap and have the principal roles ornothingThe result is we have no professional chorus people in Europe the chorus man or woman makes It a regular profession Generation after generatioh in a family often goes into it Thdy know the reper toire which Americans do not So a there is nothing lef to do but to bring the chorus people from abroad In the course of time I suppose this will be corrected Mr Conned is trying to find a remedy with the school of opera The American is still how ever an exception in the grand opera chorusr y AMBIGUOUS SheWhos your fair friend l- HeI really forget her name only at bare acquaintance SheHardly that She had her opera cloak on ubftcribe for The Sun SLOO year ftutecribe for THe Sun CLOD leu ii ii iiia-f GREAT AND ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY OF New SPRING GOODS i At Cunningham Duncan Cos A S USUAL we are Offering to the trade an Up to Date and Complete line of Spring Goods and have made Prices that the buyer will at once recognize as being low We invite you to come to see us and we believe you will after you have given attention to the prices quoted below Read the Following Prices and Let Us Save You Money Dr s GoodsPlain and Fancy Voils worth 125 for4100Cra-pe Cloth worth 1 5 forrr 100All Wool Dragonals worth 135 for 10042 inch Albatross worth 75c I 50 40 inch Voils worth 65c CC 50 40 inch Serge worth 65cr i L 50 44 inch Mohair worth 75c for A 50 Black Almans Voils worth 175 for L i 125 54 inch Black Sicilians worth 125 for u 90 v the Best Suit and and and t r n t inch Black and Silk inch Black and Tan Lisle GI inch Black and Silk 00 Double Tip Silk 75 CJasp Silk 50 Button Black and Kid Gloves 12 Kid I Stock 135 for 115 125 for 100 100 for 85c 65c 50c and 35c I Eight yards 60c for 50c from 40c l TTie are very busy for heir crops M iss Nannie spent the lat ter part of last week with her sister Mrs Mollie Fenwick Canary Mr W F and sister Mrs W G spent from Sun lay with relatives Miss was the guest of 1 EMBROIDERIES White Goods and Wash Goods Varietiesr25cMATCHt50cfmPersian Lawn worth r35c50cTABLtTOWELS Colored worth for20cLinen Chambray wojrth25c Clothing Hart Marx Suits Mens Suits Manufactured Every Guaranteed PRICES 18 to 30 Mock Bruman Cos WELL Suits prices fromF 750 to 20 H A Seinsheimer Cos PERFECTION Suits Youths Boys Children reliable uptodate prices are right R 20 White 150 20 16 White 16 Colored worth worth worth worth Yaras to farmers at of at Pearl II her brother Mr Lloyd of the Ridge night Mrs W T Barker was in field one day last week on Miss Sadie spent night with IjAiss Mary Rose Janes Mr W Vf Adams was in and Maud one day last week on busi ness Miss Ro ie Ci sell spent night with Miss of this place Misses Alma and Sadie spent 2 J AND In 50c r White and Linens 35c 36 inch for i in for ShoesWe are the most line of Mens Fine Shoes we have ever shown GunMetal 450W L Cos Patent Gun Metal and Tan Bal and 250 to 350 KrippendorfDittman Cos Fine Shoes for Women Patent and Tan in Bals and Buttons Patent Tan and Black and Tan Coza Kid in Ox fords and You should our stock of Shoes be fore MHP Hope Cotton Be Masonville Cotton JOe r Good 36 in Beech Sc + Best Calicoes 5c r Best Check Ginghams 7 12c Glovest GloyesY rr White vesu1OQ Gloves rrrrI2 ClaSp Glovesrrrr2 Taffeta Glovesy rrColored Button Gloyes l St f German ShirtsWe have the sale of Geo Cos at 91OOany 125 and many 1 50 Shirts in the market Call and see the great of Styles we have in them Our Carpet is Complete Velvets Tapestries Ingrains r5c 40c Linoleumns Four Thousand Mattings 12Jc fENWICK present Fenwick Logsdon Adams Friday until Raywick Fenwick always Fenwick Thursday Spray business Fenwick Thursday Bloomfield Wednesday Fenwick Fenwick LACES Great 176c- Schaffner WORTH ranging showing uptodate 5 Douglas Button Oxfords Fancy TiesIinspect buying exclusive Plde famous Shirts Equals variety Administers hundred plowing 0 at 100 to Saturday with Mr and Mrs Lloyd Fen wick of the Ridge Misses Emma Adams end Mary Rose and Mr John Kelly day night in Mr Will Nally was in Harrodsburg Friday on business Willie Fenwick was the guest of his cousins Edd and Leonard Fenwick of Canary Saturday night Mr and Mrs J W Barks and f tm ily spent Saturday and Sunday with Look for Name In Strap THE ARGYLE CHERALJ PATENT COLT BUTTON BOOT The Shoe Makes the Foot Toic tin tho best appearance the most uptodatostyle and the most durable Service thoshoeto wearjs Flopsheim Shoo Ithe s i ost Styles 5 6 ij Petticoats Etc 700 Silk Petticoats 500 300 Heather Bloom Skirts 200 250 Mercerized Petticoats I50 SILK 50ranging r WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS A from 5 c to 200 RPerCombinations Five Hundred Pair Lace Curtains 50c 75c 25 h502OO and up tSOOPair Cunningham Duncan CoSpringfield Janes spent Satur Springfield L l x their brother W TBarkeof this placeMisses Ethel and Verna Rogers were the pleasant guests of the Misses Ep person Saturday night Mr Stanley Rogers spent Saturday night with Mr Bob Mayes of near MackyUleWhatsis the utterwith our Canary correspondent Would like to hearw from her next weekt 5 r jM Xiitt J7 i r I t r Need of IndustrlatvEdwoation In prevailing condition trade schools are an absolute aecsity i Our BDys cannot all become wo iM sionallmen Many branefeea of com merce and Industry are a peCIa1IZ8d that training is absol eca iaryl lya provide kthia4jiittiing our schools will turn out a lit of idkM who have no future tinTi5 ttwealthy parents can taiMi iu some TfhurerHerr TJllinaii Self t pirector Berlin it r L e 1r i r ii4 fI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1908 i+ ++ ++ t J II + Nw Millinery In the New Building rlr The magnitude and beauty of my Spring stork is unexcelled and lam exceedingly anxious for the Ladies to call and in 1 MSpectthe e designs A large line of pattern hats My trimming department M supplied with the best ands latest ef 1t fects in trimmings Remember my stock of Ladies Furnishings is complete Com to see me and BE SATISFIED in way 11rK ir Gg WILLIAMS Millinery i L i+ + + + + 17 a SPRINGFIELD SUN 4 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR fl In Advance Jffi J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher i Entered at the postoffice at Springfield F f Ky for transmission throiigh the jmallSas secondclass matter I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i One Year u 100 Biz Months rThree nts 1 d prm writing to hav your ddressthRllged atwaysgive tnepostoffico to which yo paper Is going as well us the lJostoffice to wilich you 4 wsh itsent v i ANNOUNCEMENT tr 4 FOR CONGRESS We are aut orized l to announce the Hon Ben Johnson of Vt Nelson county re lectlon to COl1 aaca1hdateFor Cbrigressional D the raction of the Democratic party c 1i IN THIRTY DAYS it tCrime In Kentucky Can Be Put Down If Sug j i i estipns Made by The Editor of The Sun 1 Are fflllowed Says Mr Richard Knott itb The Louisville Evening PostTif t Assuming always that the Society of Equity made up of a large num ier of k farmers of Kentucky isa lawa riding organization it seems clear tha such an organization at this time shou d use every influence it has to strength 6 the hands of the officers Of the State and- y put an end to lawlessness throughout the tobacco district This lawlessness discredits the State and discredits the Society of Equity ifle find in the Springfield Sun ah ad Tnirable article on the subject of law lessness The editor of the Springfield Sun states thathe is a member 6f the Society of Equity one of the c arter members of the Fenwjck Local Speaking therefore as iSociety of Equity man he lays down certain rrop ositions that in our judgment are topsxthat are essential to the a in fluence of this organization j The editor of the Sun declares that r in Kentucky today no man is safe He cannot assure his of protection He cannot promisehis little ones that 2j their slumbers will not be disturbed during the hours of the dark night by a f marauding and desperate gang with torqItand dagger in hand bent upon in oendiarism and murder The writer shows furthermore how this spirit spreads how whit was done in ne county for the curtailment of the tobacco crop was donje elsewhere fort other purposes and how the sug ges ion is seized by criminals who secure pretenserof are o c co growers Dyery citizen says this writer wljo lifts his voice against these per pet atojs of cold blooded crime I- Sthrgartehedand it is idle for men to be molested I raise no not a farm r and there isNo reason tor attacking my home Dismiss such thoughts f says he and persuade not yourself to pide behind ti ns Then he SUCiflimSYfortifica cky who in the as a public of a sa private citizen has crossed ficialor of a single v cious character in line for a or for a bullet from an assassins gun W do not believe that this is in any sensi too darkly colored a picture of tie Konditibn of affairs in Kentucky Not onl does theeditor of the Sun truthjfully depict the situation he suggest the remedy in these lines Therefore it is necessary for each countjy lookafter its own interests for each community to be prepared to protect its citizens for neighbor to swea allegiance to rteig hbr and forever man to be determined in the de fense of his home We haye spent too much time in de noun rng night riders and not enough time1ina preparation to entrap them of the bird is the birds own wealth of beauty so long as it remains in the brush Then he brings the suggestion home to tha people of Washington county isa home rule this is selfgovern ment this must be the ultimate result when the law is invoked The local aUtho ities must enforce the law and they must be sustained by public opin ion in each locality Washington coun ty mu st defend the rights of the people of Washington just as Jefferson county must defend the rights of the people of JefFeriBori The Springfield Sun then suggests the ertplSyment of night watchmen for Washington county Fifteen alert men properly picketed in this county it dwould make it possible to prevent En attack at any given point by a crowd of night riders It will cost monej but the loss through the destruction of property in Kentucky by incendiaries is not a drop in the bucket coma ed to the loss the State has sus tamed in the depreciation of property values Each county in the State can afford to bankrupt itself to restore order Cont nuing the editor of the Sun Mr Gore calls attention to the fact that there a a determined effort in Texas as as in other States to draw to thos tates the scattered tobacco wet of Kentucky Mr Gore makes his appeal di Closing Out r I At1CostS 1 In order to Close out my stock of Groceries Etc I have1 Cut Prices on every articje in my house Look over the Ilist below and let us save you mosey t l = II Ix N 0 Molasses reduced from 60c 3 Cake Long Tom Soap 10c 10 to 3lcaKe Sunny Monday SoaplOc yfc 2 5c sticks Wiggle Stick BluelIi5C3tk jrySolPi10JIi t ii Prunes 71 lb 3 Cakes M f Sweet I ickelsl5c dozenNavyBeans i r 5c lb for30cPuret l 3 5c pac cages Dunham Cocoanut I121b Can Dried Beef forlOc2 Cans Red S alLe orftiOc 3 Boxes Wasn Powder10e 3 Cakes German Family 1 Ib Bob Seeded RaisenslOc f i j IIaMIuII- r T Irvine ME1roy- IIIiirj Ii i rectly to the Society ot Equity He says that many people in Kentucky are placing the blame for all this rioting and incendiarism at the door of the society Some go so far as to advocate the abolition of the society as ameans of bringing about peace The best re sponse he says to these false accusa tions s for the Equity leaders and all members and friends of the organizat- IOn to endeavor to put down crime in Kentucky indeed the society should make jas strong an effort to restore order iin Kentucky Slt has made to get 15 c nts a pound for tobacco Mr Gre says that no greater calam ity couia befall the farmers of Ken tucky than the destruction of this or ganizati n If this appeal from one oi the organizers of the association meets with the response that it deserves the society cooperating with the county and Sta te officers can within thirty days jpi it an end to this reign oflaw lessness But as the Sun well says if there isone individual Mwho feels in duty bou d togoJjprth to burn barns people are unsafe so long as he is at liberty Ut is the duty therefore of the citizens and the members of the society in every county in the State to- see that that one individual is not allowed to nin at larg- eIIANDSOME STORE Messrs Leachman Campbell Have Complete Line of Nice Furniture Li i j Messrs Walter E Leachman sand heo C Campbell have been receiving rQr the past ten days tha handsomest line of furniture ever on display in in Springfield and their building is now pretty well fi l dWhen the display is completed the store will be one of the most uptodate outside of the large cities They will be prepared to supply the people of Washington and adjoining- countieswith anything they may need in this line at reasonable prices Messrs Leachman Campbell occupy the building vacated by Grundy Mclntire They invite the people to visit their store and inspect their stock DEEP CREEK TOwing to the hard rains of the past week the farmers have laid aside the plow waiting for the round to tin right conditions beforersuming the work While they are whiting they take to fencing and making better ments around their farms as well as J their dwellings The ladies will think hie unjust if I dont mention what industrious work they are doing for they are not idle around here Well all I haye to say is that they are here and there seen setting out some early gardens watching over their little chickensand cleaning the yard setting out flower for the summer but most of them I hear are quilting and making spring wearings There was no prayer meeting held at the Beech Grove church Tuesday night owing to tthel inclement weather Mr M D L Cocanougher the chosen lead er for that night will have an interesting and well to think over discussion to give on the subject Forgiveness Tuesday this week The month of March was very kind to Mr and Mrs Archie Sweeney for when it was flying out it happened to stop at their home and could not pass without dropping a bright male flower there to brighten their home Mr John H Elliott Jr was in Brumfield last Saturday on business Several from this vicinity had the pleasure to be present at tne dinner at Mr Woodford Craves near Mackville Saturday and Sunday being the most suitable and desirable of days there was a big crowd out to hear Bro Hatchett at Beech Grove Mr Carl Martin our Rural Delivery carrier who has been confined to the house with mumps is around on his trips again now During his confinement Mr James Martin his brother serviceSure as they would have it ebration was given Mr WoodfordI Graves on his fiftyseventh anniversary March 30th ChangeofFirmIHaving purchased the stockof Confections of Mr CL Price I desire to announce to the public that the business will be continued at the same stand Your patronage is so freshlineNothing but The Best Will ber Pound in My Stock r kindspfSoftParlor will be open in a short time and I take this method of extending an inyitation to the Ladies oFSpringfield to call Respectfully v I LEON ALLEN y tiful surprise dinner The honored one was at work was usual in his working clothes not in the leasLthinking what was about to be done him on his happy wishing day until he saw his invalid sis ter Elizabeth wlio has not been out on such an occasion asp this for a longtime step out in front of his house Then all at once he smelt the mouse and welcomed everyone heartily to share the happiness of the day with him He was the reciever of several beautiful gifts besides so many beauti ful and delicious cakes andcookies from those kind and loving friends and relatives of his that were able to be resent At 125 oclock all partook as1swere one came to honor to come out in the yard wearing a smile and be photographed The number present was fortytwo besides the little ones This being done at his wish we assembled once more in the house to listen to some music and hap py chattings As the evening draws so nigh for departure all left bidding the one of the day an effect Iiate goodbye leaving with him wishes for many hap py returns of the day and blessings and success for his future May the writer live to see many such happy gatherings and greetings as that oh March 30 il908jt Memorial Services Last Sunday afternoon at the Christian church memorial services were held commemorative of the life and character of Dr J M Burton who died at Battle Creek Michigan about a month ago No citizen of this town was better known or more deservedly esteemed and respected than was Dr Burtpn and a large crowd was in attendance to pay loving tribute to his memory The chief address was made by Dr ir fi Burtons partor Rev Rogers of the Christian church who in simple Ian guage told of the high character and splendid life of the deceased laying stress lion his cheerfulness his chari tablenes and his absolute squareness in all his dealings with his fellowmen Short talks were also made by Revs R E C Lawsonand W H Williams both of whom Ioye3 and highly respect edthe deceased whom they had known intimately from the time of their arrival in Springfield and from whom they had received the kindliest consid eration 41 Administrators Saleifc ti AH persons having claims against the estate of G W Lambert deceased will present same to me properly proven on or before May 11908 or to T Scott Mayes at his oflcein Springfield Ky COSBY CATLETT Administrator of G W Lambert Mackyille Ky Rt 1 s SiriSISSSI S1I 1I t f REDUCED PRICES AT RONEY I SMITHS FOR THE MONTH OfT Jb APRIL 1u1 i We are offering Great Values In our ENTIRE line of HIGH GRADE and medium price- For TflE MONTH OF APRIL and think it will FURNITURE pay every HouseKeeper who are in need of Furniture to cajl at our Store and get our prices before placing their orders elsewhere ft II Hall Chiiil This Handsome IHalt Mahoganyor 498 is Iron Bedsand Springs At your own price One like Cut in ISolid Gold Enamelr J775 In White w 650 f lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAwAw COUCHES from 498 vto15 IThe very thing for Hall orS tti gRoom 9vtivvrrrvrvvvvrrvvrr rvo V VVV U I RONEY SMITH Cash orCreditLebanon 9 Ky 11 Je LrLT r r 1i di APRILLTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN 1908 Jk 5 l 7r A OFI4 I 1 SPRING GOODS I I U A 0 Store11 t k i An unusual stiring line iff Dress Goods silks i nd riminfs Plain J and Fancy d Goods of all kinds GOOdlWash Very stylish y ready to wear Bress Jackets and Sati e IEi v coats and Tailored and Ifingerie CT Waists Correct Ladies Neckwear and Capersi tsHand i bags Back and bs We show a full line of 1 Novelties and Notions 4nt t t iiiiii iiii iiii1 I Dont forget we show the Snappiest line of Ladies 11 Oxfords and Pumps ffl hp foundYou can find anything you may t r HERE in the Shoe Line Our Carpet department is loaded with the Newest Patterns of Carpets at all 1prices An extra fine line of Room size Rugs We invite your n F IThe Robertson Claybrooke Co poated l 11 i ii iDr G1 T Burton t RESIDENT DENTIST f Teeth Extracted Wittt t I airrl CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY JiI All Dental Work Strictly First Li class Springfield Kir Office in Hajfn Block up Stairs t j f1 Local News Notes i f COURT DAY DINNERThe ladies of the Maud Christian church will give a c 1 Court day dinner in Springfield May 25 v for the benefit of the cHurch 9 New Haven Echo Mr Glenn C flYood who has for some time past been J in charge of the Peoples Drug Store has resigned his position and will go to rLouisville to accept another Mr Wood 1 isa popular gentleman and we regret his departure lie will be succeeded by fjMr Thos Odewalt ot Campbellsyille STRAYS here are nine stray shqats on my placet having been there fo one week Owner may havethem bYe paying fc r their keep and this notice Miss L FORTANED insure In the Farmers Home Insur thatjpahe Fiscal Court of Washington- co e and all the Magis seht met yesterday at The session was tak triteSbeingpr matters relatingtol iToR SALE One Stanhope runabout ail one runabout They are nearly ne rubber tires and in perfect order o light set of double harness AIr I G W LYON BnLiLib1ey on Tuesday granted an n the plaintiff restraining theI defendant from cutting and selling ber from the piece of land On which the defendant resides and which is now in controversy u i DIAMONDS StonerSee who from April dates her years DiaIIondsshould wear lest bitter tears repe flows this stone Emblem of innocense known Il T here was never a better time for buying a Diamond Than Aprlll My Prices Are flight No time of the year is more opportune for the purchase of some article of Jewelry Nc tninp adds to ones appear ance more than a well selected pier of Jewelry and noth ing ends itself m ore fittingly for stir expressions of esteem than Jewelry for beauty and s Item mt of expression Come to See Me Before Bi lying James J1 Graves Ili f EASTER DINNER The ladies of the Presbyterian church will conduct an Easter sale m the Sunday school room of the church on the Saturday before Easter The sale will begin at 10 oclock a m and will continue through the day They will have on sale dressed chickeps hams cakes and bread All are invited to call during th day I NOTICE Parties having claims against J D Peterson assigned will present same to the undersigned prop erly proven and those indebted to the said Peterson will please call and pay Mrs Peterson at Texas ori the the un dersigned Notes and accounts must be paid W D Claybrooke Assignee of J D Peterson BOWLING The last of the series of bowling games between Springfield and Bardstown were played last night at Bardstown Springfield winning two outofthree games This gives Springfield the series they hiving won the theIposed of Allen Cam bell Smith Shultz and McClellan IILEG BROKEN The littlje sevenyear old daughter of Mr Ed Dragoo near town met with a serious accident Tuesday morning while on her jvay tp school She was riding on the back of the bug cherl1issIope rr oot was caught in the wheel breaking the leg abov the knee The b eakis an un usually painful one and it will be sometime before the child will have the use of th i limb IIPOLICE eOURTOn last Monday Judg Noe held his monthly term of Police Court The number of litiganfs wItnesses and onlookers made itlook more a real good term oil circuit court c9urtTheseveral of the cases had to be passed The only issue tried was damage suit Janes vs Johnson in wli ch the plain tiff recovered 25 The crises of C W Oder etc vs Barr wits continued while the case of Martin vs Thompson was passed until Friday w ben it will be heard Notice The firm of M H Jones Co has gone into liquidation and it is necessary to wind up all the business of the firm Parties fo whom the firm is indebted and parties indebted to the firm arere quested to call at once for settlement Apr 22 M H JONES Co j r onnnnoa n npo Q j Personal Notes I aoVisitors In and Out of TownA n Round Up of the Weeds oPersonal News OonenpnoQoj Misses Lydia and Hallie Houston of Maud were in town Saturday Mr 0 XD Hatchett spent Sunday with his parents at Mackville Mr Jeptha Wi son has returned from a visit to friends in Indiana Messrs Geo Colvin and W p Claybrooke were irt Willisburg Satur day Miss Nell Putnam and Dr W Si Green of Lebanon l spent Thursday in Springfield t Mr RHEdelen Jr Has returned to Bardstown after a visit to friends here Miss Ethel Bush has returned to her home at Maud after a several days visit to Miss Laura Shehan Mr J F Greene was in Louisville the first of the week on business Miss Flag et Simms and Will OtNan spent Monday in Lebanon Mr and Mrs J L Allen attended the funeral of Mrs Allens sister rat Loretto last week j Mrs Irvine Wimsatt sbenl the first of the week in Louisvillet MissMabel Price is visiting Miss Gertrude Stocker of Bardstown Mr John Roberts isj here from Middlesboro to spend a few days with his parents and friends t Miss Ernestine Knottwho attends school at Nazareth is at home for a few days Mr Rod Wharton of Louisville is visiting his parents MrJ and Mrs J L Wharton at this place Miss Catherine Spalding of Lebanon is theguest ot Miss Bertha Hay don I Mrs JF Simms has returned home after a visit to Nazareth and Bardstown a f Miss Margaret Hagan is visiting friends m Lebanon Mr S C McGill and son Arthur spent Monday in Lebanon Miss Willie McMillin has returned from Bowling Green where she has been attending business school Miss Mary Sweeney has returned to her hone in Louisville after a visit to friends and relatives herea Mr G E Medley of Owensboro is visiting his family at this place fMr Will Edd Hutchens of New Hope is a guest at the home of Mr J L Allen Messrs Will F Simms and Will ONan were in Louisville last week on business i Miss Ella Sweeney of the Grundy Orphanage spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Jennie Leachman Messrs C Ch Cambron and C C McGill of Lebanon were here Saturday on business Miss Mae Bell Gibbshas returned to school at Harrodsburg after spending afew days at home Mr John Wycoff of Mackville was in town Tuesday Miss Fannie Smith of Bloomfield is visiting at the home of Mr J A Shader r Mr Joe Wycoff of Mackville is here to spend several weeks Mr and Mrs Len Mattingly of Lebanon spent Monday at the home of Mr John Simms 7Mr J L Allen was in Lebanon Tuesday on business Mrs Conrad Hertlam was in Lou isville the first of the week Messrs IF and Frank W Simms and G L Haydon were in Lebanon Monday F MrsW W Hyatt of Wilhsburg spent Tuesday at the home of Mrt M yo Searcy rMisses Willie and Ernestine Knott were in Louisyille Monday and Tues day Mr Louis Rogers Jhas returned from a business trip through Marion county Mr Oscar Waters of Louisville visited friends and relatives here last week Miss Etta Groake of Frederick town spent Monday with Miss Ella Shaunty Miss Margaret Edelen is confined to her home with an attack of malarial fever Dr Lee McIntire of Nelson coun ty was here Monday on business Hong La Vego Clements of Owens boro and C J Fegenbush of Beuchel Were in town on business yesterday OUitI1vinef tfi + 0 r J R Y K u tI1 + tOur Large 2 h Line ofr tr i Furniture k And we most Cordially Invite the people to call z and inspect it We can show you the hand it sbmest link ever seen outside of the lame cities + zand what js i more interesting i We Can Quote I t LowerPrices I t Than City Furniture Dealers v i i If you are needing FURNITURE Come to See + Us You will not be hard to satisfy when you 4 see our Line and get our Prices I 0 + f LEACHM AN CAMPBEI i iI- iiii I Springfield Kentucky r Hit=Dr W F Trusty spent Sunday and Monday in Cincinnati Mrs Trusty and children spent Sunday with rela tives at New Hope IonW D Claybrooke is making a trip through the State in the interest of the Hotel Association McLaughlinOtt The people of Springfield were treated to quite a surprise last week when Miss Edna McLaughlin and Mr August Qtt eloped and were married in Jeffer onville Ind Miss McLaughlin was at the time of the elopement visiting rel atives in Winchester She met MrI Ott in Louisville whence they repaired to JeffersonvilleMiss is one of the handsomest and best known young women of the younger set of Springfield and is a daughter of Mrs Lizzie McLaughlin Mt Ott is not a native of Springfield but has made his home here for several years and has made many friends since his arrival Notice Parties who are yet holding their 1907 crop of tobacco are hereby noti fied tttat the Washington County Warehouse Co is now ready to receive and would be glad if parties would bring to basso in at once C W STALLINGS Quick Telegraph D lf eryjIn Belgium 70 per cent of telegraph messages are delivered in from one to 15 minutes Notice N otl e1fti All persons indebted to the estate ffi J M Burton deceasedr please calljii the Peoples Deposit Bank and settle their accounts It is necessary for the estate to be settled immediately Also all persons holding claims against saidkestate please present them proper proven J A BouLWABBi Executor J M Burton DeceaseR thApostle Paul I MAYINightSermonsPauls Life Motto can do all things in him that Strengtheneth me Ii Ji w ii Aw i6l iwQj JK cc The Man and His Task 2 Fitting the Man toftisI Taskt3 The Man at His task l 4ccA Vision of Greater Service 5ln Athens Y 6 In Corinth 7 In Ephesus 8 The Man Under Arrest 9 In Rome 10 Victory wwwwwwwwww YOU ARE MOST CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THESE SERVICES LT Ji 1 My Complete Stockl 1 1Now On Display I I Ii I am prepared to show the Ladies of Spring field and Washington county an unusually hand f some line of Spring Hats and I am sureif you will Ares t call to see me you will be pleased with my dsplay of Milliner Indeed I feel that my stock is com4 I plete in every sen e and I know it is the liandsom f Itest I have ever offered to they trade My prices season as i9 the past will be found satisfactory i 1this j 1my T mmin8 Department is in Charge t I Expert Trimmers I I Miss Willie Knott I t I t J I J I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1908 0 C i 1 1FAERSEDUC IlOtfAlI LOF CArJCut down your cotton ambition to the red l7 Vvjlt only you fellows who arejjieels ov read itf debt that are getting hurt bythellurryI fThlgyear 1111 leap year and you will have one 5d more to make good as a Union man 1 iRIght now is the time for th4 chll i flrento be in school You be i so situated after awhile to orbing maylot Better to hang onto n it is coming all right and if you turn loose now the speculator will hold it for the profit t pont forget that it Is alwaYs tree planting time and that there ari not tialf enough frees on the earth tsup plythe demand for timber i The way to win a battle Is tojhave i trained and intelligent army j The Unions work Is in the nature of 4 bat 1t1e Let us EDUCATE and train There must coma a way to hon stly restore unto the people the land vhich Thlchhalator 1 t 1iUhn reasonable limits It Is ersily possible for the Union to prices of its products Other organi cations do this and there is no dbubt ItLat farmers could do the same j Dont get worried Because evfery thing In tM Union doesnt go your way It Is likely that the other fellow Is as smart as you are and he ought to have his way sometimes anyhow At your next local meeting get SDine iIceopen meeting program ready to carry out This is the finest way tq get new members in the world Thfen it is a flue way to entertain the local itself YOu never did have to hold your 4 poultry and eggs for months sand months to get a decent market for them Think of this when yoU get rejjto plant a great big crop of cot tcn When a country needs a saing handit always finds It in the ratiks of those who own homes It is the man who has a home who Is ready to defend something He it Is who has something to deferid A mighty flne way to celebrate Christmas would be to plant on that day a tree for every month in the year Honestly it is more fun than getting drunk and the good of it will go down through many generations A large percentage Qf the value of 1the cotton hoed and picked by country girls vis being enjoyed by town girls who dont hoe and pick cotton Is It right Could itbe ordered otherwise The Farmers Journal SRemember that a ten million bale crop has a habit of selling for more than athirteen million bale crop The world wants ten million bales and must have them but thirteen million bales has to go hunting a market The man who has no home and has no ambition to own one is a mighty poor specimen of a man and he Is of no use to any community as a citizen The way to own a home should be made easy by the government and if the government has failed in this It has failed in a fundamental manner Get ready to give the Implement and vehicle trust a wide berth this year The first step toward this Is to put all your tools and implements under shel ter and put on plenty of paint and grease to keep away rust and rot I The cotton crop is the finest filling In on earth Plat all the other I things you can very well carry and en plant some cotton to fill in the tfane Cotton is a crop that will stand greatjdeal of neglect and yet make a f ir yield When a corn field needs plowing it will be ruined in a very short time if it has not the needed at tention but a cotton crop can get along most anyway for a time and if it is given good care later on it seems to be able to entirely overcome the neglect 1That is why cotton is a good crop for a lazy negligent or weakminded man jto plant and accounts largely for its whereBunderence for labor was on the negro Cot y ton will however respond to good care and will repay a small expenditure of brains particularly if you have enough of brains not io plant too rI much of the pesky stuff j The reason that cotton is oft n sold if t less than cost Js that ItJs raired by women and children who get little for their Work and who must put In r from twelve to fifteen hours a day at work The reason that the Iron male ersdo not sell at less than cost is that vi1ey have regular hours to work the work is d riEby men who must be pafand thre4s an agreement to not sell for less than a profitable price The raising of cotton Is a plratica business with many and this style of doing thn no regard for human jJgIs 1fl t T a THE LAW OF SUPPLY AND DE MAND The law of supply and demand is imperious and will control Now do not think that CoOperator is revers ing its slf or changing its position so many times expressed and maintained on this question of the taX of supply and demanll CoOperator has always eontensed and doesso still that no cotton crop has ever been raised or can be raised on the acreage of land in cultivation to supply the needs of the wprld for cotton and cottton product jpur idea of supply and de mand as a ove referred to is simply takes nearly a year to pro thisftcotton crop and it ought to e so ere about the same length ot time to sell but when it Is rushed on the niarket and dumped at any price offered then the supply on the market is greater than the demand of the market This is the supply and de nand it Is intended for the scaling rlce to be avail itself of TVTien the du pers overcrowd the market and prices drop below minimum fig ufes Union cotton stays in the ware houses When the prices go up to the minimum prices or above Union cot ton Is 6n the market and the result will bejespecially after September ev ery yer that in nearly every case Union Cotton in the warehouse will fetch moje than the minimum price and whiat applies to Union cotton will apply tl Union grain Jn Union elevators and Union truck in Union cold storage With this system In effect and it surely ought to be put into effect the world will look 0n with ad miraUont and with for us The grafter Jndspo11atorwould see that the daypfhis passing has come and that theO is no more picking for them In the cotton fields of the South inthe grain fields of the West in the or chards and vineyards and truck fields in any agricultural enterprise any where in the land and he would gnash his teeth and swear but he will re spect us and admire us in his heart and minL and congratulate us that we have atlast awakened and gone baclc to doing business in a practical sen sible business way What is there or can there be of- injustice in this plan Nothing that one can conceive of or even Imag- Ine Is ttiere any business concern in these modern days that lets the ma- rketth tradefix the price The Standard Oil Company does not do so The United States Steel Association does not do so The great meat pack- Ing establishments do not do so The railroad companies do not do so But this system would secure our own price lhat is certainly just anu- whatevelis just is honest and hon or It would be within the pale of the lawnot by jugglery or sub terfuge ijiut openly squarely fully un reservedly and strictly within the pale of the law in Its every provision and Injunction mandate and Inhibi tion That is the kind of trust the Farmers Union would bej An open and above board and just prices for farm products of every character the various soils and climates the Unit ed States will grow and dothg it abso lutely wtbout conflict wIti the law but in accordance with and In main tenance 6f the law Not in restraint of trade but in the furtherance development and growth of trad Na tional CojOperator Raise 11cQrn oats wheatt potatoes chickenJhogs and only as much cot n asypu can carefully Took after That means prosperity every month in the year and fine living at home Are all your tools and implements under sheds where they are not put ting in full time working for the im plement and vehicle trust If riot dont kick about trusts It Is riot too early to think of the coming Union Picnics that you are going to have this summer Get busy something for the Union so that itwljlbe able to do something for you There is plenty of practical work for every local Union to keep busy all thd time Are you seeking to make your local as interesting and as valuable it can be4 Less than this is short of your duty Every farmer should organize a small hpe industry club and should the Home for everything that itis Ipslbleto produce at home The fdeq tra es days which are in vogue Ill many places should be come common In these days those having anything for sale or trade meet ami ou have an opportunity to trade anything you may have surplus for somet ingY01may want For ia stance on man has more pigs thn ho an ly care for aid scrro other manlhas a surplus of calves but is shy of These two men me tat these paces and in no time thy are both happy by getting rid of whut they did not want and at the same time getting full value for It Thh saves the losses of time and money that cornea from the usual manner of selling to he middle man and buy lug f rtim hi m at two prnlits to him aad two losses to the other fellow Nearly all the good Union men are keeping books on the business this year The time has come for men to quit raising unprofitable crops Life is too shortl But the only way to know what a thing costs is to keep aoso lute tab on what money time and care haye been but into it Uis notjthe surplus of cotton that 4 playing havoc with the farmer It Is the shoitage of other things Put your cotton In the warehouse and raise somej other things until the spinner wants that cotton bad enough stolpay wha It Is worth for it t i yL Jr 1 i Watch This Space 8xleekc Advertisements discredit the business sagacity of the man who signs his name to them We have been ini the newspaper business over seventeen years but can not remember ever having carried an advertise ment like the above in our columns It isioo much like holding up the merchant Ot course if a rriari buys ajspace and insists that Watch This Space Next Week be used we will reluctantly carry out his order i1ut we will do so knowing that he is not getting value r ceiedIf he should in sistthat this be done often we would refuse to sell him space because advertising space used in such a reckless manner maks it appear that the medium of advertising IS not a good one and that the man who is doing the advertising is Just trying to use up the space he has bought The Sun is a Valuable Advertising MediumBecause it igoes into the homes of people in Washington County who have money to spend Asa 1convincer that the above statement is true 4 J Try an Ad For Four WeeksFOR THAT PERIOD WE WILL GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT OF OUR YEARLY RtTE BUT YOU MUST AGREE TO v xv v NSAY SOMETHING l VX 4 In theidthat means somethingsomething that will attract the yince him that you are in earnest and that you can really give him a1 t bargainJ The warehouse is all right and it should be encouraged but at the same time the back yard is a mighty good place for a few bales of nice clean cottonkThe farme is the only man on earth than can be sure that he is eating ab solutely pure food Is he taking ad vantage of Ills opportunity or is he keeping his supply house in the great cities If he is a good Union man he is making his own supplies at home Get your heads and hearts close to gether and do so much good work b andv through the Union this year that all those who have held back may led to see the error of their way and learn to walk in the light and hoppl ness of the righteous man Do something toUay to ward off the depredations of the vehicle and implement trust Shelter grease un4t paint are the weapons touse you go after this octopus but use all of these for the preservation of the implements and vehicles you now have There is more relief from the free use of the hoe in an hour than theer is from legislation in a thousand years What the farmer wants is a united front to demand under present laws what he deserves The Union is in iposition to present this solid front It Is up to the individual as to the sort of a Union man he will make And it Is up to all of you whether your local is a success of not The real benefits to come to you will have to originate in the local and for the most part they will have to be worked out right there too It Jsa good time to get up on wour hind legs and swear that God help ing you you will not waste a minute of time this year until you have are ranged your plans In full for your crop and have made complete ar rangements for the best seeds that can be had- Congress Is now In session and you may be sure that the moneyed inter ests which means all sorts of specu lative concerns have a lobby on hand and that there are plenty of funds secure the enactment or hinder toI enactment of proper measures orI that ranch improper Ponder fulF measuresj goods bec buy poultry eggs and hay because they have to One means a market dependent upon desire and the other depends upon dire necessity While you are fixing yourself upI withall sorts of laborsaving tools and Implements keep it in mind that they are making a big lot of mighty nice laborsaving thing that your si lent partner would find awful handy ins Jber business and the good Lord knows that she needs all the help she can get in her work There is not a more important mat ter of secondary nature before the Union than that of every local Insist- Ing that all stuff offered by any and all members must be up to the high est standard In condition quality and weight or measure To find a member shortpotting in any way should be sufficient grounds for his expulsion from the organization A name for the square deal would be of inesti mable valueto all of us Just as soon as you have time go and u il and illnor J 1 or use YOU use it wne1 you cant ao anything el eIf you dont know how to make it write to Tom Larkin Deni son He will tell you all abQut it how to make it how to use it and what a illtheThe first work for your Union to do this year is to get together in looking after a suply of the very best seed for planting that can be bought There is as much advantage in gOod breeds of seeds as there is in the good breeds of cattle sheep hogs and poultry A handicap at the start is a mighty bad one for it mustbe carried through the whole race Bring in the new year with a bunch of the biggest and best resplVes you ever made Let the first one be that you are going to make the bet Union man in yOur local This will be worth as muchto you as it will to the local and it may be that this is just what the local needs to make it the Warmest number in your county The cotton gamblers have been singingi awfully low lately Those giant fluctuations which meant for tunes for the professionals Inthe bust ness and spelled ruin for those who someIthinggamblers In cotton The day of the mortgage is about done Men may have seen the timeI that they did not have sense to keep out of its grasp but the day of slavery Is about ended The mortgager and the slave are not far apart Itls funny what a different person Bill Smith the candidate Is from Hon William Henry Harrison Smith M C Bill was the smooth easygo- Ing fellow that was awfully gladtosee you but Hon William fe In Washington circles a symposium of dignltr reserve and erfunctoriness The Best Bargaini- n re adi tg matter that your money can buy is your local paper It ke ps ydu posted on the doings of tl e community Th s Paper will tell yo i the things you to know in an entertaining wantIwill give y u all the news community its every visit will prove a pleasure it gives more than fullIvalue for the price asked for i- tWePrint Sale Bills AHI RUNT and we can handle all lines of jb printing it makes no difference how large sr email the job may be Call at this office and look over our samples of letterheads envelopes business cards nd wed ding stationery Youll be pleased with our work and prices will suit list Wirk Mist Riasiiibli Prices SMOKING DOES NOT HARM Average Columbia Student Who In dulges Is Stronger Than Others New York Smokers need no longer take td heart the advice of their phy sicians to give up the use of tobacco because from statistics just compiled by Dr George L Meylan the gym nasium director at Columbia university it is shown that the average college student or Columbia student at any rate who smokes is healthier and stronger physically than the average nonsmokerDr began making tests two years ago and since that time he has examined 687 men most of them freshjnen His tests were in tended to determine the effect not only of tobacco but also of alcoholic beverages bn the average college manDr Meylan believed that the result of the tests would bear out the results of the work of Dr Seaver of Yale who found that smoking and drinking as practiced at the New Haven university tended to stunt the growth and impair the physical fitness of the students But much to his surprise Dr Meylan found that Columbia men thrive on tobaccoand may be alcoholic bev erages tooand that their general physical condition which takes into account their height weight lung ca pacity and the total strength is rela tively greater than that of the students who do not smoke ANTIQUES BOUGHT FOR SONG Sco eg of Colonial Relics of All Kinds Sold for Few Cents Hartford Conn Notwithstanding the industry of searchers for old furniture and old china of the colonial period for years past finds of antiques are still made occasionally on Con necticut farms The other day a book agent who knew about old furniture and crockery happened to call about dinner time at a farmhouse a few miles out of Hartford The owner of the farm was a widower of70the sole remaining descendant of a noted lawyer of the lat ter part of the eighteenth century The ofIvisitor was shown into the front par lor he found a dozen Chippendale chairs there- Although the oaken ceMlng of the dining room showed the dust of gen orations and the floor was warped in SideIIan were a of the treasures that the attic dis closed all of which the owner was glad to exchange for the money that would buy her modern luxuries It has leaked out later that a travel neighboringcents a Crown Derby cup and saucer that he sold later for 30 The Woman Amanuensis The male amanuensis has been hopelessly beaten in the race by the busy woman scholar Her industry is j absolutelyihorough is patiencethe dry details which slacken a mans attention are vigorously grappled with in her case so that the demand knowledge on the IncreaseIIn a few years have wiped the male amanuensis out of existence But it is characteristic of her that the British museum is the only grjeat building in London la Which bne ne er sees a pretty costumeex cept inside the cpver of a book Womans Life Poultr Raising Pays Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic E41144 cures Cholera Roup Gapes and Limberneck When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay each sick fowl 3 to 5 drops three times a day As a preventive feed it in the feed three or four times a week Turkeys require a smaller dose Price 50 cents Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists EPorSal l PEKIN DUCK EGGS Stpckfroia Mrs B F Jackson INDIAN RUN NER DUCK EGGS and WHITEEMB DEN GOOSE EGGS stock from Mrs BF Jackson AT rOt Each Mammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs Mrs Wright Straine 1212C EachPen is headed by a Tom from Logan county purchased ofRJ Burr BUFF ORPINGTON and S C WHITE LEGHORN EGGS 100 SETTING FOR OF 15 TE BALLARD R F D No 5 Springfield Ky jCommissionersSaler Washington Circuit Court Ky IT WOBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1907 in the above styled cause I shall r proceed to offer for sale on the premises about the hour of 130 oclock p m or thereabout on WEDNESDAY APRILS 1908 i upon a credit ot one two and three The land to be sold is near Mackville and situated in Wa county Ky and is bounded as shingtontBeginning at a stone corner in John B Litsevs line E 107 poles to a Beech tree thence No JoshTumeys Polestocorner to the heirs thence S 37 E 47i poles to a stone thence S 3lJ E thenceSthence So 32J W 66J poles to a stone corner to dower thence S 57 W 109 onehundred bestfarmsbacco land Close to schools and church For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute pntil of a Judgment A lien will be retained KtBidderspromptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C IVC C ct f t S p I i 4 J k i r1IfESPRINGFIELDDSUwEjlESDAY APRIL 0 1908 ii iiJ t I y iCw THE RAISING i OF LAZARUS Way Sckeel Leiwa for April 12 1908 Sped Prepared for This Paper MemoryvergesGOLDEN TEXTI am the resurrec lion and the lifeTohn 1125 TIME January or February A D 30 One or three months after the last les son And two or three months before Jesus crucifixion PLACE Bethabara R V Bethany In Perea Bethany a small village on the Mount of Olives about two miles from Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive ThoughtI At the feast of the dedication in December Christ had so plainly assert pd his deity that the Jews had sought to stone him for Blasphemy but he tad escaped to Bethabara Bethany In Perea the country east of the Jotf dana town in the north over against Galilee Christs promise of a resurrection didiiot satisfy Martha It was top general too vague too far ahead Sh wanted her brother back that mir ute Christ met that longing by on j of the most magnificent of his uttei ancesutliat wondrous sentenc which has carried hope and triumph to millions of the dying andbereavedj 4and will do BO while mop endufeK5eikie Ithe living breathing frien whom you love AM Am now no vague sometime postponementof embodlL AND THE LIFE to conquer that grim DEATH which has come so ter rlblytoyour homet HE THAT BELIEVETH IN ME believiqg what Martha hastened to confess that Christ was Gods Son Us piessenges of love to the world THOUGH HE WERE DEAD as to Us mere body YET SHALL HE LIVEin every point that constitutes life having even a body and a far better one AND WHOSOEVER yes though he were the chief of sinners LIvETHwith this higher life in himAND BELIEVETH IN ME on met says the Revised Version l SHALL NEVER DIENo NEV2R for though his body may perish that vwill be but an incident in bls continuing and triumphant LIFE Jesus Our Resurrection and Our Life t By preserving our lives daily through countless unseen perils that surround usLperl1sof the disease germs floating everywhere perils of earthquake on thro thin earthcrust over hidden fires perils of accident In our complicated life jA thous 1Pci4imesy every perilous moment God saves us from N yngPhillips Brooks 2 By turning our minds away from the physical death we must all die at length to him and his life We are all passingrlnto the likeness of that In which we believe A man who wor ships money comes to wear the like Hess of a moneyworshiper down to the tips of his fingers The Hindu who worships Brahma sleeping on the stars in immovable calm gets to wear a fixed expression Theodore Ty Mungert D D So the continual thought of Christ who overflowed with invincible life implants that life within us 3 By upholding us In the very laWhen a corn munity of religious women in Paris during the fury of the French Revolu Lion were condemned to the guillo tine the youngest victims passed to sereneEOicesthesubumebymn 1hen they ascended the stairs of the scaffold and the work of butchery went on Voice after voice had to drop from the chorus as face after face bent under the ax and at length one voice wass heard alonesustaining the holy strain even while the bloody blade felland sealed the last mart tyrs testi onyBishoP Huntington t 4 By awaking us when we die into endless liferThe time will seem no longerthan the four days which passed before he awakened I azarus We shall have no consciousness of his tarrying He comes as in a moment to awake us out of sleepThomas Arnold the head of Rugby school 5 By freeing us from the spiritual death from sin Masaillon the great French preacher justly sees in the dead Lazarus an image of the sin ner Become a mass of worms and and corruption he spreads infection And stench and behold the profound corrup onoasoul in habjtual sin A gloomy napkin covers his eyes and i face and behold the fatal blind- S of a soul in habitual sin He pearsin the tomb bound hand and foot and behold the melancholy sub action 08 soul in habitual sin Free dom from this dead bodyof sin as Paul called Itis the most difficult resurrection but Christ accomplishes even this He comes into our soul and sin must fleeII Christ in you is the lope of glory Isidore of Pelusium thinks that our Saviour did not mourn fof his friend Lazarus because he was dead for knew that he was going to raise hi from the dead but because he was live again and to come from the ha ven where he was arrived back again into the waves and storms from I crown which he had enjoyed to a neW encounter with his enemies If tho dost not believe his interpretation yet ust thou believe the thing Dost fcu consider this worlds misery eat 4 we shpnld rather weep that w re in It than that others are out on of ItBiahopPatrlalt a TAKE HOJT STOVES IN LOOTING HOUSE ENERGETIC BURGLARS STRIP ST LOUIS H ME LEAVING ONLY CANARY BIRD St Louis +When Mrs Jennie Griffis left her home for a shopping tour the other day it was as cosy a nest as any young married woman could desire There were pictures on the wall carpets on the floor and a canary bird in a cage Shen she returned the canary bird was in its cage That was allJust as Mrs Griffis had turned the corner four burglars not afraid of work drove up Cherokee street in a moving van They were looking for something easy and the departure of the young matron gave them a clew No lettering was on the van but other The Neighbors Admired the Feat wise it was respectable The horses were beyond reproach and the one eyed leader ofthe gang the Only one who looked suspicious was kept in side under cover The van drew up in front Of the Griffis house and one of the men lifted the front door mat where by good fortune was the key to the door This is Certainly velvet said the oneeyed man as they proceeded to break up a trappy home Everything not nailed down was lugged out the piano the library Morris chair the sideboard beds tables washtubs carets refrigerator chiffoniers nutmeg graters the Ice cream freezer Mrs Rprers cookbook hair switches Grif fls safety razor towels soap toothbrushes arid in fact everything that would appeal to the passing fancy It was the most thorough house cleaning that the Griffis home had ever re celvedEven the picture of Uncle Heinrich arid of Willie when he was three years old was yanked froth the family man el piece Wonder where Griffis is going to move ask da neighbor dun na a ariswered another but If I ever move iwill get those men The are riot afraid to move fast E4peciallddtd the neighbors admire the feat o carrying Out two stoves with ire s ill in them Smoke was belching ou of the flues but the brave lads never faltered As the van dis smoleftOatedtime to geta whiff of the smoke Sne the was n fire and rah IWhenempty smi kebegrlmed rooms she nearly lost her mind From thegar ret to the b isement there waS not one single goods and chattel except the canary fiir Why the thieves over looked this Sird no One knows 18tHo se Galls for Help- Williamsport PaWhile he was alone in th woods skidding logs near Rutland Wiliam Avery was thrown by a rolling log which broke his leg and pinned him fast After helhad lain for hours In the snow and cold he was found by John Benson who was directed to Avery by the lattersf horse which had started for home The physician who set Averys leg found he had contracted pneumonia by his long contact with the snow and his life is despairedrof r Vents Spite from Grave McKeespoft raPrlpr to her death recently 14irs McCloskey quarreled with her daughter Mrs Mary Hamilton over the best method of washing When the will of Mrs McCloskey was filed for probate it was found she lead left her husband an estate of 11000 and her daughter a clotheswringer and a washing machine I r Pitch ork Jab Punishment ALa Cross WIs August Mundstock s farmer a used of punishing his fos ter son Arthur aged 15 by jabbing him with the points of a pitchfork was tried in the county court The boys body from his neck to his knees was covered with wounds and scars Mund1 thme e prisoner was fined 76 and costs r I Woman Exudes 310 Glass Bits J Marietta O Physicians here are Franuk Stage from whose person 310minut pieces of glass ftave worked out different places It is believed tha crushed glass was placed in the wom ans food Poison was found In the well on the Stage place recently ttDr W F trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalwork atreasonableprices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B p LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your solicited DR M W HYATT 0 DR JNOiM SPAULDING OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS DR HYATT J 1030 to12 m 4to5pm Dr SPAULDING2 to 4p m And in office all Night Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY CJ HAYDONS DRUG STOREOFFICErVER MIJ H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Pay 49 Night 109 T SCOTT MA YES ATTYAtLAW Springfield KyrWill practice in the courts of Washington Appealsand C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW LSpringfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Wllliractice in tne courts ofWashin n counties and in the courtsofAp peals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington- and counties and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN AWYER Springfiel Ky BuildingWill Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Courtof Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 CUMBERLAND PHONE RF DNol J E SHELBY lBREEDER OF DurOC Swine SPRINGFIELD KY Booking Orders for Spring Pigs now EITHER SEX WE PIRLNT SALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 1U Night 71 The SUNO- NEONE A YEAR L J Stockman ipcu w II 1tiI AVE you thought of your stock advertising I kl for this year Its about time isnt it 1 1Of course you will want nice attractiveI J printed matterthe kind that will bring you ICI business We are prepared to do the work in I a Satisfactory Manner Circulars CardsJ Pamphlets Etc at11 j Reasonable Prices A g I J 1 oa a 1eoeoeoeoeoeueounJeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeo eoeoeooeoeaeo- t t i IThe Springfield Sun Who will b- ePresidenl This is a presidential and every man mustl read to keep posted on poll tics The CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper butpit prints the news as One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that paper and THE SUNBOTH ONE YEAR FOR 150If you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 100 a Year We can giye you a combination cut rate on th you will write this paper The LouisvilleTimes Is the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is 5 a year but you can get The Sun and Times BOTH ONE YEAR FOR 5OO If you will send your order to this pa per NOT to The Times fi r I t In Presidential Year 1908 I i Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read An Independent Newspaper r THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1908 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY t d I KentuckyGovernors frOM Isaac Skill Jto AngistisE Willjei All of Kehtuekys Governors The 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newspaper for the home The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Sp WithLun TMs Paper THE POST and THE SUNf BOTH ONE YEAR 3 5ov1- HE I BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time and smallest expense and prepares the young people for the best position CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete course in the latest and most uptodate system of tua Pra tic Bookkeeping and Shorthand and tplaces all graduates In positions having many more calls than graduate a School is in Session alt the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any fey Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev Granville W Lyqi or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky tHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER NEYiiY IS BY k LONG DISTANCE 19PHONE FORRATES APPLY Tl MAHAIEIl s- CUMBERLAND TEUPHOME ft TELEB lAP II CIt iNCONPORATEDR t rx1 tJ t iit f r S aql 0 i3 fI t aI i ol S THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1908 = ti CITIZENS MEET f3 ahizatioh effective we each agree toa JbeXipon our time or service t Keys R E C Lawson Wm H Williams and A P Lyon delivered ad dresses each entertaining the audience In a happy manner They were fallowed by lIon W C McChord whop talked for a few minutes advising the people to follow the course mapped out by the laws of Kentucky The Executive Committee 1the or ganization met in Springfield uesday afternoon and organized lecti ChalrmlnMrlsame me was held in Springfield an last Saturday af ternoon a meeting of fhe samejj nature was held at Willisburg Prof G W c itCoWin and Hon W D Claybroo- kwerejresent at the Willisburg meet ing and delivered addresses PUBLIC SPEAKING Toc the atiori the fol nS lowing times and places Gyt Colvin Brush Grove Friday afternoonr JudgeSI H Thurman and VF 3rigsbyat Kirkland Saturday after rDom GW Coiviri and Squire Hendren at Cardwell Saturday afternoon Judge I H Thurman G Wv Colvin and W M Nally at Mack ville Saturday night t Let Us Bury Our Troubles Elizabethtown News A Democratic State Convention will sooirbe called to send delegates to Denver to nominate a Presidential ticket 1he electoral vote I4 Kentucky ought to pe cast for the iJemocratic ticket next November If the State Convention acts with any thin jiike good sense it will so le cast beyond a doubt but if the feuds and lifferencesm the Democratic party which has characterized it of late years are continued in this convention the Republicans WIn hay good chance to repeat what they did last falK The Presidential campaign is to be fought on National issues and the platform adopted in the State Convention should be devoted exclusively to NationalisZ- UCS There is no State question which can be deternunedby a National elec tSyputinto the platform that would not lose the Democratic party votes in November What we want once again is all Democrats united in Kentucky lmarchirgus bury our troubles and if there are State questions still unsettled let them be ignored until we have a Stterace No true friend of Mr Bryan will want to handicap his chances ofcarrying Kentucky by attempting to inject any thing into the platform which will lose him vote and there is no State ques tion upon which there is not division- among Democrats that would be hurt ful in the election Ignore and put aside our troubles until a more eon- venient season to settle them Then select a State Committee free from the Office holding class of men who have- not been conspicuous as machine or smtUmachine Democrats and proyide that no office holder can be a member of the j State Committee and our word for it Kentucky will give 25000 Demo Jcratic majority HAPPY HOLLOW r Miss laudie Royalty of Springfield is spending two weeks with her cous ins the Misses Armstrong of this place Mr Solomon Kays and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Kays father Mr H P Chesser of near Polin Mr Erastus Perkins and wife Mr Purdom Pinkston and wife and Carl Walls spent Saturday and Sunday wiih 3Ir John Armstrong and family of ithis place Mrs J M Shields and son Ernest were called to the bedside of her daugh rtfcers child at F irviewSMrs John Armstrong and two daugh ters and Misses Sarah Shields ahp WednesdayI SMrs John Armstrong was in Willis iburg Saturday evening Mr Dud Sutherland and wite spent Saturday night with MrJ M Shields There were seyeral from here attended the farmers speaking at Willis burg Miss Maudie Cutsinger spent Thurs day night with Miss Mallie Shields Mrs Flossie Perkins is visiting her father Mr John Armstrong this week- Mrs Della Keeling has returned home after a weeks stay with herS mother Mrs Tom Brown near viewSMrs John Armstrong and daughter Mra Erastus Perkins were in fpwn eflnesday Mrs T W Sutherland spent Situr- t A cCU N day night and Sunday with MrssInmapat Shady Grove Maudie Cutsinger has returned to her home in Anderson county after two veeks stay with her uncle Mr JohnJArmstrong j Miss Yeager of AntiochIS spen mg three weeks with her sister Mrst Bob Robinson of this placeI I CARDW1LL c J JT Mobley is very sick with stQm ach roubleJHJJ Brown is dangerouslysick with pneumonia Mr Brown was getting along nicely but got worse Drs Yates and Wash are doing all in theiro- 55Wrp to improve him MArried on the first Mr Daniel B ackof Rose Hill to Miss Hester Newby of this place Miss Newby is thecdaughter of John S Newby Mr Black is the son of James Black the turkey buyer Married on the 5th Mr W S Ross to Mrs Elizabeth Young They left for iHarrodsburg Sunday night Mr Ross has seven children and his wife has five makingtwelve children in the family J A Kyler bought of A M Tatum one mare for 60 and sold same to E G Holiday for 6750 W L Gr hmbas bought and sold ine jacks this season Mr Graham is getting to the front In the jacktrade Giaham Perkins have bought and a soldlseveIal horses since our last report- tf1pm1OO to 150 IIILISBOROS1rs As I was absent last week I will try arid write a few itemsSWe think this will be a fine wheat year Wheat and rye are very fine in thiscommunitySA very large crowd attended the andjOrder League of Washington LawS ty at Willisburg Saturday afternoon Ierritt Montgomery delivered his crop of 3700 pounds of tobacco to the A Sof E Warehouse Thursday Abert Hines sold a horse for 100 and a bunch of hogs for 33 toA L Litfey Mrs J W Settles spent last week with her daughter Mrs J S Sutton at enwickSj55H Settles bought an aged mar- f otP Jessie Thomas price 555 Mr Dudley Sutherland and wife dined at the home of Mr Josh Inman S undaySMr Colman Settle purchased a horse- So Edd Hansby price 115 Mrs Geo Keeling and threedaugh t daughterface SSMrs Effie Hines spent Saturdayaf er4oon withr Lizzie McMillin 9t WilisliurgSMr L R White is visiting his son in Marion countySMr Sanford White happened to bad- Uck While cutting wood he cut his ilittle toe off on his right foot j SENATOR BENJAMIN R TILLMAN Hejis recovering from a recent spell of illness Better Than Others sayBpurbonour but is the best tonic and conditioner for hoES we have ever used Sold by all druggists I tV Outdone by a Mule 4n amusing story of the capture of a mlef through the Instrumentality of i mule is reported from Jersey Clt While the thief was busily wringing chickens necks the animal started kicking furiously at the chick en i house and before the thief could escape had brought down the roof and vvallsiipon him Entangled In the wire 5aithe man fell an easy capture to the Inmates who had rushed out on hear ing the noise SS Plenty of Material to Draw From tengland has a Goose club with inembership of 10000 Cubacriba f for The Sun LpG year I l l Commissioners Sale- S Circuit Court Ky ASettlesBy virtue ofa Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof the above styled cause I shall thousethe hour of 2 oclock p m or there about on MONDAY APRIL 27 1 90 the samel being county court a credit of six and twelve months and bounded aid described as follows Beginni ig at a stone m the middle of a drain ornertoJ SSutton then S 541 W 152 poles to a beech tree corn r to J IR Davis thence N 3351 W 9436 to a drain corner to same thence 48 E 1956 poles to the middle Mayes cijeek thence up the creek as it 351ERaybourneS 52J K 186 chains to the beginning polestheveyed t A F Settles by J Sj Sutton of date the 23rd day ot September 1902 re corded in Deed Book 48 page 593 in the office of the Washington county c ourt For the price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or ureties must execute bonds bear- ingJegalmterest from date of sale un til and having the forc and ef fect of a Judgment A lien will be retain d on land for which is exe cutred Bidders will be required to com ply promptly with thes terms M G LEACHMAN Tri CW G ci Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Eliza Sutton admx Plaintiff vs Alex SSuttoilIIBy viijtue of a judgment and order of sale oft the Washington Circuit Court- rendered at the February term 1908 in the ab0ve styled cause to settle es tate I shall proceed to offer for sale at SpringfieldKy thereaboutbemgCount best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made yBoundedon East by W H Montgomery on South by Ellis Stute and Harry Shew maker and on West by John Walls and W P Cheatham being three small tracts fn one The 75 acre tract is to be sold subject to the life estate of Mrs Eliza Sutton For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers withapproyedsecur tearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders willbe prepared to comply promptly with these termsM G LjEACHMAN M C W C C CommissionersSaJet Washington Circuit Court Ky Maggie Hayes etc Plaintiffs vs Jas L etc Defendants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1908 in the above styled cause for distribution 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on the 27th day of April 1908 at thereaboutbemgCounty best bidder at public auction upon a credit of Six and twelve months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made Wshgturty coun point q polestohis line to a stone corner to J R Wil LongLIckning containing 28 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approyed security or sureties must execute bond bearin legal interest from date of sale until p idianQ having the force and effect ot- a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACAMAN M C W C C Commissioners Sale- S hington Circuit Court Ky J F Smith etc Plaintiffs vs Julia Montgomery DG en ant EquityS By virtue of a j demerit and order of sale of the Was ington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1908 in the above styled cause for support of defendant I sha proceed to offer for Springfied 1908 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout being County Curtdayto the highest and best bIer at public auction upon a credit of sic and mont the following de cribed property fwit or sufficient t icreof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A tract of land i n Cartwright creel- in Washington county Ky Bounde- iNorthon by Cartwrights sreel Wes by Eliza Sea oi South by Lawrencia Fortemir and on East by Alonz Young About 30 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearintlepaid ana having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M GILEACHMAN M c w c c i SSSS ssj Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky G Kim ball Administrator Plaintiff vs lsa Cutsinger etcetr Defendants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the February term 1908 in he above styled cause for the the sum f 10015 with interest at the rate of six per centum annum from the 5th day of June 1899 until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 27 1908 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbe ing County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon followingdescribedthereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be madeSA tract of land in Washington coun byJandofIkeCutsinger by the and of Frank Chesser and South acresItDebt10015InterestS Cost L 5000 Amt to be raise i 03 60 For the purchase p icei this purchaser So r purchasers with approved security aringlegalpaid and having the force and effect of preparedtoM G LEACHMAN MC W C C j Labbys Irregular Lead While Henry Laboucherrwas an at tache at Franl was once playing whist against a very high German functionary sitting on his leftMrLabouchere led a small card The lead turned out so well that he wog the rest of the tricks The painister said Well Mr Labouchere you won the game by leading that card but there was no earthly reason according to the rules of the game why you should have done so You hkve therefore won the rubb r by accident Mr Laboucijere said I had a very good reason for leading that card The minister asked what It was We will have a bet said Mr Labouchere that my reason was a good one The bet Was therefore made Now Mr Labouchere what was your reason 7 He replied I had seen your hauL Rambler Eggsi For Sale+ t For Hatching Purposes A T 1 totiS White Plymoth Rocks Fischel strainsThe Best Breeds in LJudgeA C KimballP Springfield1 Ky Night- Hawk Jr Sired by Night Hawk IS V Jay Bird- u George WilkesaDam Katie Whit by Paladme 1 2 dam Maggie G by Taylors Mes sengerS3 dam Ball by Mambrino Columbus 4 dam Addie by Erecson NIGHT HAWK Jrfill make the season of 1908 my at Texas Ky atSL 10 To Insure a Colt Until Weaning Time- D A Crosby BubBcribe for The Sun LOO yeai 5S 5S5 1kc 1 l 1908 iv ft SEASON vXyV f y FLOATER NO 8315Standard and registered under rule 6 vol 6 Wallaces Stud Book MllldbyVolunteer1st dam Mary by Star Almont 6673 a full brother to Almont Jr1829 AHie Gains 2380 and Fieldrriont 5050 all of them producers Dam ofJustin112n4dam2nd dam of Floater was by Pecks Idol 177 he by Membrino Chief li thRroughbred surefoalstyleand STONEWALL A Black OoV Wood Jack has Droved himselr by his colts in 1906 in1907tenstatements He gets more highprice mules than any jack in the county = TERMSfloaterS12 to Insure a Living Colt Stonewall 8 for horse and 1o for mare mule- V- Mares traded or parted with or bred Ise where without permission henretameqtbnaUcoltsuntilnot be responsible should any occur r continuanceJjESHELB e SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUrtH Mrs B D Lake Springfield has for sale pure bred Buff Orpington eggs 15 for50c Phone 75 S E Shewmaker Rt Shas tor sale a good family mare safe for a child to drive a good milk cow Mrs J I Martin Rt 1 has for sale single comb Rhode Island Red eggs yard5cMrs S G Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Reds eggs50cfor 5SMrsj R B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale S C Rhode Island Red eggs for hatching at 75c for 15 Also Barred P Rock eggs at 40c for 15 yhasand 20t a piece Mrs Lizzie Bosley Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Pure Bred Single Comb PlymouthRockGrundy Home Rt 2 has for sale Light Brahma eggs 13 for 50cts NOTICE If you are going to raise raise the laying stock Single omb Brown Leghorn eggs for sale rice reasonable Mrs C G Christie Lebanon Ky Rt 3 saJeBuffMrs Palmer Goatley has tor sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs H S Litsey Rt 4 has for sale two Jacks two yearolds past Extra good ones Will sell them at low figures haB11forMrs L N Reed R F D 3 has for sale eggs from pure S C B Leghorn stock 100 for 15 or 150 for 30 Albert Hines Rt 3 has for sale a nice sow and nine pigs Also six shoats which will weigh about 85 pounds Springfieldhasfor setting of 15 Mrs L E Ross Jl11 has tor sale White Pekin duck at 50c for 12 two PitGame roosters at 75c Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 has for sate S S Hamberg eggs 13 for 50 30 for 100 Mrs E S Clements Rt 1 has for sale guinea eggs Send orders and eggs will be saved at 50c per setting ot 15 eggsS Your Printing It should be a fit representative of your business which means the high grade ar tistic kind Thats the kind we do AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF TYPE GOOD PRESSES AND TYPOGRAPHICAL ARTISTS These represent our facilities for doing the kind of printing that will please you The prices are right and prompt delivery the invariable rule at this office f l HT i H OFF M N 018El Sired by Dignity Dare No 1982 No 10 u Black Squirrel No 58- Black Eagle No 14 U King William No 67 JDam Glen Mary No240 F2nd BeflNo3rd dam Membrino Princess dam of Bay Bird 230- DESCSIPTJUN Black 16 hands high 4yearsold with plenty of style anyhorsesides that have a noted record HOFFMAN DARE will make the season of 1908 at Castlewood Stock itLebanbn0I To 1LlvlnI I will also stand 2 Good Jacks At Same Place for sic 1 1 Xo I SURE A LIVING cpLT Your patronage is kindly sohcitec Apply WaS Gibbs18 Springfield Ky CLUBBING iRATES WITHSOllISVlLL DAILIU The Sun and 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