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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I i t s- b frMi DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY lO I i dI r VOLUME IY SPRINGFIELD KYf WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1908 NUMIEI 19 rI J I EDITORIALe SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR Ti HIM THAT BUUJETH TOWN WITH i ttie STAKISNETH A CITY TURNPIKES AND DIRT ROADS Itisad ittdb111eoPl that good roads are to the iprogressbf communities of people To guarantee to a man progress and pros perity in any sort of business enterprise every obstruction must ber removed horn the avenues through which trade may travel to him If he erects his L business house upon an island and neg lects to bridge the water so the people 4may easily and comfortably come to him he may expect bankruptcy Folks are not inclined to swim rivers and climb oyer mountains to buy sugar coffee an1 calico when the trade can ibe made on this side of the river or at the foot of this side of the moun tain and that too in a very satisfac tory mariner It is hard for us to understand why are not thoroughly intr fmen1ted in the question of god Toads Productive farms along miserably muddy and rocky byways are lowpriced farms and are usually the propertyof Imen who have neither the means nor tbejnclinationito make bountiful crops Goods roads besides enhancing the val uof farm lands produce contentment and happiness among the people When a man knows he can jog the old horse into town with never a twist of a wheel an a rut nor a balk on a rocky iJlhe Becomes pretty well satisfied with his lot in life and has no desire to sell out and leave But the people must remember that jtftakes moneylots of itto keep Toadsin good condition Let us briefly look into the road ques tion in Washington county The county assessment is 4000000 tax rate 50 cents25 cents for turnpikes and bridges and 25 cents for the general fund The Fiscal Court appropriates the full amount Sib ooofor Jkesavdbrtdges itis then some times necessary to draw on the general fund in order to meet indebtedness incurred over and above the appropriation No given amount is designated by the law for dirt roads but out of the general fund the Fiscal Court appro priates 2500 to be expended on these roads Every cent of this money is economically used in working the dirt roads but it does not begin to put them in more than a passable condition fIt will seen that with these appropriations made and the money expend ep tthet county has left 7500 with which to pay all other expenses Out of this amount about 2000 is given to e support the paupers of the county I It must be very evident to all people who are acquainted with these condi tions that it requires close economy and sound business judgment on the part of our county officials to make both ends meet In Washington county we have ap proximately 225 miles of pike and 250 miles of dirt road With pikes in good t condItion it requires an annual expendi ture of about 150 to the mile to keep them up hence it will seen that to keep Washington countjrpikes in good condi tion it will require 33750 or 22750 in excess of the annual appropriation sof 10000 for pikes and bridges Ouf dirt roads would then require our at tention to the extent of something like 20000 In round numbers let us say that it will require an annual expendi ture of 50000 to keep up the rpad sys tern of the county and about 7jOOO for general purposes 57000 in all We haye 20000 Now if some gentleman will come forward and tell us where to get the other 37000 we will guaran P t tee that Washington county will make- IJ Iniri a res nt of a new spring suit wtireJPformed that the question is often asked Why does not the Fiscal ir + tj if i 4urt appropriate moremoney for road purposes For the very simple rea son that theFiscal Court can not un der the law make the appropriation ll erjfin chapter 8l section 4 page 355 of the Acts of is language is found frtNeither the fiscal court of any coun tynor the common or general council of any city nor the board of trustees oJ any town s expend any money in excess of th jan1oun t annually levied and collected that year by such county city or down or levied collect- e l or appropriated for any special purse and the fiscal court of any count and the common or general council of city andth board of trustees town shall not expend nor suf permit pr authorize to be ex 01any any money or tax levied and for any one purpose to any than that specified in the order resolution or Ordinance under which the same iis levied imposed and collected Any member of the fiscal curt of any county or of the common or general council of any city or of the board of trustees of any town who slall knowingly vote for any apropri aion of money or for the any contract in violation of this act or any officer of the county city or town ftcttoimpfsep excess au gnuttipn be punished by fine of not less one nor more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned in the county jail not less than one month nor more than twelve months or both so fined and imprisoned Comment is unnecessary However ffrthe enlightenment of the public we may add that the County Judge the COunty Attorney arid the Fiscal Court o Washington 0 would rather not g to jail at thlpresent time thank Yu t THE REEF TRUST I iThe Louisville Eyening Post calls for another investigation of the Be ef Trust The Post says At a time when almost a1Vo1lier articles of commerce are going down in price when wages are being reduced thousands families are dispensing with luxuries in order to curt ill expenses the p ice of this necessity of life has been suddenly and arbitrarily gIverfn Certainly the Post is not disappoint ed that an explanation is not giveI joy tie trust for the increase in the price of meat When highwaymen in the days of od gobbed the stage coach jp explanation vitas given Continuing the Post saysf A higher charge is imposed for eat today during the season of great prosperity three years ago abbr js ch ap the farmers and the stock n en are anxious to sell the railroads are in a position to ship with much less Jay but nevertheless the Meat Irust increasesj the price to the cons mer Thetpacking houses of Chicago have had ample to recover from the ex posures of several years ago It is reasonable that muchof their profits wereswept awayby those hideous discover ps but they have had time to imed to have reformed every abuse The demand for meat can hardly have fallen off to any apprecia ble extent for families in this country must have meat and coal even if they do without other things The IJvening Post hopes that the poor people of this country will never reach the stage many of the inhabi tants of Southern Europe where meat is considered a luxury not to be had over once a weekat the best How much the Meat Trust is responsible for the recent increase in the price ofmeat and the reasons therefor ajdepthat this is a subject interesting fully as as even the railroad qu IThe of the Meat Trust the Coal Trust and the Oil Trust fall most heavily orinhe poor The exactions of every trust fall too the poor The wage 1earners are contributing their hard earned dollars to the yawn ing coffers of the trust magnates and the little hornsthe toiler dreamed would some day be his has vanished from his mind as a tiny ray of light in an acre of clouds Lawless bands may reign supreme for a period but in the end law will triumph Today the criminal may walk among clover blooms and elate his black soul with Gods sunlight and air but tomorrow his flesh will be pricked by many thorns and over a rough and miserable way he will be driven ib prison by the lash of the law t SUBSCRIBERS The ppstoffice department at r Washington has recently made a ruling that no one shall becar rilon the subscription list of a country newspaper who is in ar rears one or more years There tore it will be necessary for The Sun to revise its list frdm tune to time taking from the listnames of persons woo iu behind twelve months or more We dont want to take the name of any one from our list but in this matter f the United States Goyernment- has not consulted us our Uncle Samuel has simply commanded and he must be obeyed Look at the label on this pa per it will tell you whether or not the United States Govern ment objects to your name being continued on ourlist Send us check today LOUISVILLE AND THE CONVENTION To take the Democratic State con vention away from Louisville will hurt that city very little It will give those Democrats who bolted Beckham ttle concern to see the convention held in another city and the folks of the Falls City would pursue the even tenor of their ways just as if nothing had ever happened to them The only party to the transaction that will come out of the affair mussed up will be the Democratic party It is well known to all of us that the only reason for wanting to take the convention from Louisville is because somebody thinks it will spite somebody If such a course would present the op portunity to politicians to cut the throats of their political enemies there Would be some excusealthough illegit imate for attempting to take the convention to another city But to hold the convention elsewhere would not even give an unholy opportunity to one fellow to cut the throat of the other fel low Therefore the scheme looks very much like an outburst of childish anger It is the weakest effort to retaliate that has overcome under our notice bbWH IK GALLOWAY I The officers of the law down in Cal 0 way county are doing more to put dotu lawlessness in Kentucky than a dozen Governors and the Kings Regiments could do They are not cutting thir tongues lOose and defying all creation from the housetops neither are they standing guard over incendiary ashes but they are looking for clews that will lead them to the guilty they are trailing the tracks of the criminal to his den and they are placing upon the eyildoer the pinions of the lawIThe work of the Calloway county officers will have good effect through out the State Bands of night riders operating in other sections will at once conclude that thesame may hap thatrrelieves the criminal of bravado quicker than the punishment of his partners in crime It is now settled that President Roosevelt under no circumstances will accept the Republican nomination for President He has decided to go to Europe on a hunting expedition Gov John A Johnson is a mighty good fellow he having carried the Republican State of Minnesota by a ma jority of 72000 If he gets the Democratic nomination for President we will at once conclude that he is the best 1 GOV JOHN A JOHNSON maui in thVUnited States and well bet 3Q cents no man in the whole country cantshout louder or longer foi Gov John il than weuns of the Springfield Suno if f1DILEMMA To be for Taft or not to be for Taft that is the question that some of the fellows of the g o p are revolving around their mental apparatuses forty leyeh dozen times a day Lost in a Wilderness of thoughtafraid to step this way or that wayf lest they plunge headlong into political oblivion many of our Republican fellowcitizens are crying out from the depths of their botherejd souls for lightlight that will ead them to the trail of the vic torious where they are wont to follow with much noise and manv leaps inI order to guarantee to themselves aI bit of the pie to bgjpyen to the faith ful if the Republicans are successful next November Let us insist that it is unnecessary to exert yourselves either Ltl8 that or the other way whats going to happen next fall Will be bit ter pills to you and not palatable pie Secretary Tatt captured Louisville last Friday and put it in his band wag on The fact that Senator Elect Brad ley is opposing Taft in Kentucky in no wise lowers the big Secretary in the es timation of the honorable people of his party President Roosevelt wants Congress to authorize the building of four big battleships We hope we may never need these monsters of the sea but if we ever do need them we most sincerely hope we nay have them handy The man who would endeavor to aid a righteous cause by an unrighteous act is an enemy and not a friend to tnat cause He is as a foolish man whoprunes the roots of the treethink ing the branches will become more stately Give Us Men Give us men A time like this demands Great hearts strong minds true fajth and willing hands Men whom the lust of office doesnot kill Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy Men who possess opinions and a will Men who haye honors men who will not he For while the rabble with their thumb wcrn creeds Thek1rge professions and their little deeds Wrangle in selfish strife lo Freedom weepsWrong the land and waiting jus tice sleeps Oliver Wendell Holmes Flowers and Plants I will he in Springfield county court days with a nice lot of flowers and plants GEO R MATTINGLY Notice Parties who are yet holding their 1907 crop of tobacco are hereby notified that the Washington County Warehouse Co is now ready to receive and would be glad if parties would bring to bacco in at once CW STALLINGS I J SEEING SNAKES AT LONG RUN And Other Interesting Observa v tionsByMrMDLCocanougher After an absence of some eight weeks Bro Johnnie Key returned home He assisted Rev C K Pike at Kelat Harrison county ina three weeks meeting Between twentyfive and thirty conversions and sanctifica- tions This is one of the most spintual churches he knows of He also assisted Rev J J Dickie pastor and J W Carter evangelist of Lexington Ky in a three weeks meeting at Perry yule Boyle county But few conver sions one sanctification and several re- stOred He says people are hard to reach with the gospel just now The people to a great extent are looking away from spiritual things because of the financial embarrassment and the unsettled cpnditipn of the country We recently made a trip up in the West End as Western Boyle Js called We were pleased to see that country in sich a prosperous condition Blue grass Well tilled fields neat farm houses and pleasant surroundings met us on every turn but the sawmill and lumbermen have gotten in their work So many fine wood pastures in which stood stalwart oaks of many centuries have been cut away to meet commer cial demands Our friend Mr Will Elliott inthe last year has cut for dif ferent parties over one hundred thousand feet of oak timber at 10 cts per hundred Western Boyle is practically stripped of timber We took dinner with our friend Mr Edd White who has a fine farm of two hundred acres all in grass It had been twentyfour years since we had been in that home Many changes have occurred in that time Father Time having left his mark on the heads of that family The father isv bowed with the weight of years and seldomleaves his premises all the children save two have married and left the home roof and gone out into the world to make homes of their own Miss Bertha a little tot then has also followed suit Her health Jailed and she is now in Hendersonville N C where she went last July for lung trouble Her health is consicerably im proved and she has gained thirty pounds in weight The husband and family especially the mother are look ing forward with fond anticipation when the loved one will return again Uncle Edd as he is called is of old Virginia stock His father John White came from that State and settled in Garrard county on Sugar creek within three miles of Lancaster where our friend was bOrn He came to Boyle county when about twenty years of age He married Miss Sallie Bottoms who had five children She died Sep tember 12 1859 He married Miss Lucinda Hilton He has lived where t he- now lives for about sixty years ha been a life long Democrat and for forsj ty years a member of Beech church and one of Boyles best citizens Boyle is not a tobacco county we heard of only two beds but the West End is Democratic so while we are talking of Night Riders they are exercised over the conduct of their Representa tive Mr Lillard On coming into the front yard one day last week one of our neighbors saw that an unusual struggle had taken place It soon dawned upon him that there had been a long hard battle fought in the front yard his wife and daughter arrayed against a large black snake that had taken refuge in a large rose bush The battle ground did not look exactly like the work of Night- Riders but resembled a map of Mer cer county after one of their worst raids He told us that in this bloodless fight the following weapons were used socks a spade and drill two pailmg a stick of wood an old musket barrel that had done service in the battle at Perryvillej a hoe mall and finally as a last resort they fell back on womans never failing weapon hot water which it is said she uses with good effect on stubborn husbands and preyerse sons wasIwho is a good ju ge of such things be lieves the enemy was not engaged at close quarters but was fought at a safe distance say thirty or forty feet htersi1 the devil in the form of a serpent struck his deadly fangs into her hearfe bringing upon her descendants so wucfiE misery and woe and a blight uppsfji fair earth we need not bejaatonahed at the eternal warfare twit has be n waged between them He said thfe bunch of roserWas grubbed up thSvery evening L An old fruit ower says peaches are nearly all killed apples are not hurtScherries except the May variety are all right b tit ill too early tq tell about pears Excepting last year he neyer knew grapes to be killed by the fgrowthtree that does not put out leaves until r the first of June I It willbeof interest to the many friends of Mr S D Campbell to know that on Monday of this week he b fan a two months school at Martins IbOolthouse in West Boyle While teaching he will make his home with Mr Alford Campbell at Perry ville We recently heard from ow g3s r friend Mr Harye Lawson batiw ly to say he has had the grip from whick fhe is slowly recovering He is stil1hv ing in Rockwall Texas where hew happy and contented f tbSunspondent is a sweet girl graduate from the deaf and dumb asylum of Dp1ilIe1bKy a cousin of ours the relatkH Dip of which we are prou- dFIFTEEN Mf MENb4 f ijIHeld To Grand Jury To Answ s r NightH r fJ j Riders r irMurray itof law ir ov m Judge tWells curt here today andasasre P sultfiften of the alleged nightriders arrested c uring the past few days were held to he grand jury on bond rang ing from 1000 to 2000 and some of rf themost remarKable testimony ever niii troduced ina Kentucky court will be 1 presented to the grand jury which will be impaneled by Circuit Judge Thonias P Cook n sxt Monday morning lf The scenes in connection with the ex 4jiT amining trials of the men were inost dramatic was the first time since the tobacco war first started in the f State al nost two years ago that vie tims of he night raids have dared to come court and tell of the 1 Iou night mt1open at the hands ofvthe y The trials began after both the Corn monwealth and defense announced ready at9 oclock this morning in the case against Robert Duncan On the witness stand during the day young men and old men some past the three score and ten allotment told of the brutal treatment administered to them during the dead hours of the night the mer on trialaU of whom were recognized by one or more of the wit nesses and pointed put in the denslelyj Wt crowded courtroom v i If j PAINFULLY HURT Dr Barnett of Mackville HurtMft f 9aStreet Car irrtouikyille 4tSMonday Night 1 rJti The following is from Tuesday i Louisville Times V Dr W T Barnette one of the bestr known physicians of Washington counr ty was seriously injured last night iC t 6 oclock when he was thrown witH rgreat fore against the iron rod onthV rear ofa street car He boarded a Brook street car to oto the street Infirmary When the car r cl18dj the curye at Fourth avenue and Chests nut street it is said that it turned with t such force as to throw Dr Barnett against the rod at the rear of thi plat f form He sank to the platform and would have fallen from the car hadnpt several passengers grabbed him He was taken to the Gray street Ins firmary in a semiconscioiie condition lwhere he improvedenough to alloy ha l ibeing removed to the Fifth avenue v HoteL 14vV i j r jI A fS i A t i j 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRUhS 1908 t L k fl117NUTIARjE 1 I tI C tffcSTNUT IMRE is a Large Handsome Saddle and Har ness Horse with 1 S yle Bon Substance Finish and L Conformation J He combines the blood of the Great Chapter Dare and the renouned Chief Family His sire is Qhester Dare 10 and his dram Red Chief lie by Clark Chief the sire off Harrison Chiefi the granjisire of the great Montgomery Chief and Bourbon King 1 A test of breeding qualitiiof a horse is the sale and show ring As to the sale ring he sired the highest priced t of colts ever sold in Wash ington county As to the shot ring not one of his colts of four seasons have ever been defeated the colts of any horse owned or farmed in- countyi They won every tie blue and red bight in a11 given by the Washington County Fair Association at our last fair His yearlings won sixof the eight ribbons rings He sired the two V qfSevenof eight entries and won easily Mr Allen who was selected by the Fair ofeighteesaw in one ring A com paris n of his rings of colts to those of other horses at our own Fair and other County and State Fairs Iask the breeders to please notice and onsider before breeding elsewhere He not only produces sellers at tieanlingsbud asat they advance in age I again solicit the pat Wage of all owners of good mares in this and adjoining co ntiesjThis horse will make the pre y place tear Springfield at Ii 1 i 210 TOTNSIIRE I Ise LEAGHIWAN II I lI F 010 3 1 Springfield Kentucky New Scheme j Danville Kyf AprIl6A schema to Destroy the night riders concocted by the citizens of Parksville a tobacco district seven miles from here leaked out today through W S Aldridge jju- stice of the peace in that district To baccQ growers in that locality Move been threatened and warnedto tearJup f i Jtlie plant beds but many ot the grow i ers havmer no other means of support are determined to grow a crop I In to combat with night riders afse cret meeting was held and plans for otec ion discussed and adopued Charges of dynamite have been placed alortgalir ads to which are attached wires connected with electric batteries In taiae night riders appear signals are to be given and by the pressure upon buttons the charges will be exploded Night watches will be placed at cm vejiient points and when the riders are dntbevicinity of the explosive they vwill be blown up The charges are so y arranged that they cannot be exploded except by pressure Dn the respective buttons Nobody but the promoters of fjthe scheme know the location of he h charges The project of protection has elicited wide interest and doubtless the same plan will be placed into operation throughout the state IlrV I NG J1 COLT EI I I order SENATOR JULIUS c BURROWS F r 1 Z Icelcelce = r II FOR CASH ANDIi SASH ONLYt J I 500 and 1OQQ + Pound Coupon Books For Sale at 10 percent Discounta Springfield Water and Electric Light Co- N r NIF 1 f Hr r r irI I THE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT LAW The following letter of instruction has been sent out by the Superinten dent of Public Instruction Frankfort March 25 19081 hand school officers herewith a copy of the full text tpf House Bill No 141 which passed both branches of the General Assembly and was approved by the Governor March 24 1908 The law goes into effect June 15 1908 The county is to be divided into Educational Di visions before July 15 1908 each school subdistrict elects one trustee on the first Saturday in August the Division Boards organize before August 31 1908 the first election of teachers un del thn law is held the last Saturday irt June 1909 the first meeting of the County Board of Education is held the first Saturday in September 1908 It will be seen that the school session of 19089 will not be effected by the new law A bulletin will shortly be issued giving detailed information and suggestions concerning tne operation of this law J G CRABBE Superintendent of Public Instruction The new law practically creates a new system by the provIsion for the management and main tainance of the county scjioqls It will be even that the present board of three trustees will give way to a one trustee plan for each school district Also under the law it is possible to have one or more high schools in each county in which each pupil in the county may attend free of cost for tuition Some of the most important sections and parts of sections that are of inter est at this time are quoted herewith Sec 2 That within thirty days after this act goes into effect the county superintendent of schools the cbuntjr judge and the county attorney in each commonwealthshaHI county superintendent of schobls and shall di districtaas provided for in section into educa- tIonal divisions containing as nearly as possible an equal number of children ot school age including both white and colored children as shown by the last census of school children and in each county the said officers may make as may seem expedient either four six or eight of such educational divisions and in fixing the boundaries of said educational divisions they shall be made to follow as nearly as practicable the boundaries of existing school districts for white children They shall have the power to change the boar dares of educational divisions when ever such change becomes necessary The county judge county superintendent of schools and county attorney shall then sub divide each of the said educational divisions into school sub districts following as nearly as practicable the boundaries of existing school district for white children Sec 3 On fhe first Saturday in August after the passage of this act an election shall be held at the school building in each school subdistrict of this Commpnwealth from the hours of one until fiye oclock in the afternoon for the purpose of electing one trustee for each school sub district as fixed by section 2 of this act The trustees then elected shall hold their offices onehalf for one r and onehalf fort two years as shall be determined by lot at thefirst meeting of the division board as provided for in section 4 of this act Sec 4 The county superintendent of schools shall meet the trustees so elected from the various school subdistricts of each tuUcaiiuivJ uvisiOnat spme point to be designatedb yi him within such educational division within thirty days after the date of their Selec tion for the purpose of organizing the trustees so elected into a of school trustees by choosing one of said trustees to be chairman and oiie to be secretary of said division board The county superintendent of schools shall be a member of such division board of his county but shall only vote upon any matterm case of a tie vote and then he shall cast the deciding yote Sec 5 It shall be the duty of the trustee in each school subdistrict to personally supervise the school orP schools in his subdistrict and to report the needs thereof to the division board of his educational division at its regular meeting together with such recom mendations as he may deem necessary for the best interest of said schoolor schools All such reports and recommendations shall be in writing The division boardS refer such to yie county board with its recommhn dations on same The trustee of each school sub dis trict shaHm the month of April of each year make and return to the county superintendent a complete cen sus of the children of school age res dV ingvin his district and for the perfprhi ance of all his duties he shall be al lowed and paid the sum of fiye cents per pupil child reported in such census Sec 6 It shall be the duty of tjie division board of trustees in each edu cational division to elect one or mote teachers for each school in such educational division as hereinafter provide 1 A majority of the members ot such di VIsion board shall be necessary to the r election of any teacher for service in any subdistrict All applications for tiledIIschool position 48 sought The division board in each educational division shall ofapplicaItronsthe last Saturday in June following tHe election of trustees and the organization of the board under this act and shall meet for the same purpose on the last Saturday in June of leach year thereafter Said educational division board may meet on the last Saturday of July and August in each year for the purpose of filling any vacancies which may exist Teachers shall be elected for one school year but maybe removed by the division board of the educational division in which they are employed at any time subject to the approyal of the county superintendent for incom petency neglect of duty or immoral conduct Contracts for the service of all teachers shall be in writing signed in duplicate by the teacher and by the chairman and secretary of the division board of the division in which the teacher is employed Sec 7 THe chairman of the seyeral educational division boards in each county together with the county sup erintendent of schools who shall oe chairman exofficio shall constitute the county board of education Sec 8 Within two years after the passage and approval of this act there shall be established by the I county bo rd of education of each county one or jhqrecounty high schools The first county high school to be established in the county shall be located at the coun ty seat provided there is not already existing in the county seat a high school of the required grade The county high schools of this Commonwealth shall be ot the first second and third class A first class high school shall maintain a four years course of study which shall be prepared by the State Board of Education High schools of the second class shallmaintain a course of three years identical with the first three years of the first class high school High schools of the third class shall maintain a course of two years identical with the first two years of the first class highschool Sec 10 The county board of educa tion shall have full power when necessary to layoff or establish new school subdistricts or to change the bounda ries of those already establishedtSec 14 When county high schools shall be established as provided in this act it shall be the duty of the county board of education to employ and fix the salaries of said teachers necessary to the efficient conduct of said high school and prescribe the course of study to be pursued but said course of study shall not be below the standard fixed by the State Board ofEducation as provided in Section 7 Another Paper For Lebanon Marion Falcon The Leader Publish ing and Printing Co of Lebanon Ky filed articles of incorporation in the county clerks office Monday and the prospectus which has been issued states that the paper which is to be issued about May 1st will be a conservative Republican weeklyniewspaper edited by Mr C A Johnston with Mr R C Blanford as associate editor The com pany is incorporated with acapital of 21 QQ We understand that a location for the plant will be in the room Under the opera house I EXPLAINED FULLY Mr Squlggs He made his in automobiles and football Miss De KolletyHe does inlike a sporting man Mr SqulggsNo hes a Chicago Dally News Will Move to Lebanon Marion Falcon Mr Herman Schmerk has many friends in this city where he formerly lived who will be pleased o learn that he has accepted a position with Sparrow Scott as baker and will move his family here II j rIuIEr t r L i c i DJO Ift YOUWANfF4 ONEtr trtIf you nave a desire to own a piano we will tellyou now to save 108 on a highgrade guaranteed1 1 instrument Its well worth your while toinvestiJgate our new and economical plan of piano selling t Its riot the old way but our new way Whether you buy for cash or on payments you will be inter ested dWrith us today for free booklet tells you all about it Gives you information worth knowing f1 MontenegroRiehra Music Go INCORPORATED z 628630 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky KentuckyKing78644This Will stand at the HERTLEIN farm one mile north of Springfield on 50atWITH RETURN PRIVILEGE ADOLPH HERTLEINO- QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOf Herapa 1 yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly Courier Journal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 1111 h 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist1 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman1111111111 200 Farm and Fireside11111111111111111L35 Farm Field and Fireside 175 x25Lippincotts400 Ledger Monthly 175 435HarpersSunny South 15 HaveiSi- Used 3lZ b I fjIfwant a good satisfactory Paint i for all purposes both inside and pricesfurnished StrasselGans Paint Co INCORPORATED Paints Oils l3rusw215 W Market St Louisville Ky The Sun and Kentucky Slit0111Snal both on Mambrinew WinchesferBoy Will make the season of 1908 at my place at Booker Station at 8OOTo Insure a Colt to Stand and Su kA Mambrirto Winchester Boy is 7years old 16 hands high black with one white 4 toot He is a good Saddle and HarnessoHorse and fine looker PEDIGREE Mambrino Winchester Boy is by Mambrino Boy Jr 6997 the sire of olo 212 and others and one c pacer with a record of 209 Mambnno Boy Jr by the great Mambnno 2 J26J Mambrino Winchester Boys first dam s is by Boyd Winchester he by Boyd McfN arab Snowstorm A LIEN RETAINED QN ALL COLTS TO SECURE SERVICE FEE 4 At the same time and place and undet the same condition as the horse my fine Jack DICK i Will make the season Dick was sired by n Benton Coxs Grey i byCaldwells r FOR HORSE MULE S6 and 7 FOR MARE MULE Coulter10pd GENUINE The Brown CultivatorI I Easily Operated and Most UptoDate Cultivator on the Market Today J Roth Disc Shovel Styles Parallel Beams Spring Trips Mr Dealer Cultivate your Customer a pleased customer lay our best advertisement Mr Farmer If you want to get rid of the blues take on a BROWN We are State Agents for Studesabaker Wagons Oliver Sulk Breaking Plows ThpmasDri11sRak and Disc Harrows Lean all Steel Smoothing Harrows and Land Rollers Write for Catalogues A FULL LINE OF FIELD SEEDSI Lewis Chambers Louisville r I r t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1908 f3 fft tieY1Nttle Lad c fCJi J f e JiJjBjByjj with your bonnie blue t eyes I Come with Ydu laughter wen dream Jbf the skies I v That are waiting for us in the Land of No So cometo this heart with that curling I gold hair r Come and well float on the beautiful r t sea i In theDreamLShiP thats waiting for i you and for me I Hey little lad With the wee wearied feet I Up in these arms My those kisses are V sweetI Come and Ill tell you a story or two That will make heavy eyelids fall overt the bluecone 11ttlearmrQlnd my neck and well OnJ the River of Sleep in the little Y Drgam Boat I Hey little lad but how heavy youve J grown Youve slipped to your dreaming and left me alone But 1 know that the skies in your dreams are as fair iAs the blue ot your eyes and the gold r w of your hair And 0 little lad in your garments of white Your dreaming I wish I might know it i goodnight =Will F Griffin in Milwaukee Sentinel HON ALBE T B CUMMINS V Gover or of Iowa w Zi Tough Luck r jt Ii Harrodsburg Herald Mr J J Isham of near Mackville was at theJ Iferaid office last Friday He sayshe is playing in pretty tough luck He had concluded to plant eight acres of tobac r f ico and toad hIS tobacco bed planted when one night last week some son= l9fagun scraped it good and strong When asked it he would stiiririsist on raising a crop he said he would not that if the people did not want him to raise tobacco he would be governed by their wishes in these days of panic and nightridera A daybr two befor that while he and his family were away from home some dne broke into his- house and carried off nine gallons of lard two sides of bacon a ham and a shoulder twentyfive pounds of granu lated sugar a new pair of 350 patent leather shoes and 1 worth of dried peaches he had brought home that morning These things were taken in broad daylight and in order to get alII of this stuff away it was evidently n essary for the thieves to have eC1 wagon but he was unable to find trace fa wagon having been about the premises and diligent inquiry has not enabled him to find out from anj of his neighbors that a wagon had been seen about his place or on the road in the vicinity About three months ago some one stole twentythree of his geese and cut up and ruined a brannew buggy for him He says if he has an enemy in the world he does not know itr and he requested us to announce for him that he would pay 25 for the ar rest and conviction of the thieves that robbed his house although he wanted it distinctly understood that this reI ward is not for the person or persons who scraped his tobacco beds as he dont want to know anything about atIA Little Child Laughed t A little child laughedand the sun C came out i A little child laughed glory echoed his i shout y The birds caught the wonder and car t rled dIn the song that they sang to the clouds and the star A little child laughed and the shadows 4 and mistI fe By the beams of lovef beautiful sunv shine were kissed ifc 4 little child laughed and our burden j ft and care l Fell away as our sorrows fall away af prayertv Baltimore Sun WonderstM s G P Wiggins Lexington Ky r aysHI gave my fouls Bourbon Pou- liltryv Cure when they were sick and it K certainly worked wonders Sold by r All rgg stdA jt i ftjc t tYaNMa+ rw tl fx46 W1Nar tZ GREAT AND ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY OF e New SPRING GOODS s a At nninghamJIDuncariCosJ 1 A S USUAL we are Offering to the trade an UptoDate and5ompleteine of Spring Goods and Have wW ymade Prices that the buyer will at once recognize as g to come to see us t and we believe = you will after you have given attention to the prices quoted below Yru t I Read the Following Prices and Let Us Save You Money t r t Dress GoodsPlain and Fancy Voils worth 125j for 100 Crape Cloth worth 125 for 100 lAlf Wool Diagonals worth j135 for 100 42 inch Albatross worth 75co 50 40 inch Voils worth 65c i 50 40 inch Serge worth 65c 50 44 inch Mohair worth 75c for 50 125j54 J Copyight iI 1907 by II Hart Shaffner J Marx Warned IHodgenvilleI a ago a to a of in iA r IN the are the line of eyer shown Bruman W L Metal and Bal 5 Qs and Tan Buttons H A and and Kid in and for Boys and reliable d our of and and are right fore i tI j 7 20 inch Black ajid White Silk Gloyes 150 20 inch Black White Tan Lisle Gloves 16 inch Black and White Silk Gloves 00 2 Clasp Double Tip Silk Gloves 75 2 Clasp Silk Taffeta Gloves 50 16 Button Black and Colored Kid Gloves 12 Button Colored Kid Gloves Ingrains yards worth LaRue Herald Night Riders paid visit tacked post several those have been engaged bringing whisky from New Haven desist from their practice very badly served to convey no uncertain that in at any in the see the of we for 100 for 85c 65c 50c 40c and Qfrt tOr 50c V I2c to warn ing who into to The note was but t ou of 125 and and in 135 115 few the practice engaged in the of the of is a fro Hodgenvtlle to to the be of the is to the on and any one this to be between and the of hill and i1ydealt and the 7 LACES AND EMBROIDERIES In Great t Embroideries on TABLE LINENS NAPKINS AND TOWELS so the ful all the tp fide of 0r are not to to be for this of pun of b the are P Y White Goods and Wash Goods I36 40c for and 75c for i 90 inch 125 forvL95cfor U 75c for 48 75c for and 35c 36 25c for Clothing ShoesBest MensWe showing most GuaranteedMens Fine we have GunPRICES18to3O 4505Moc- kin from Tan and Oxfords fi 350On for jWomellivPatent and Seinsheimer PERFECTION Tkn Tan Coza Ox Ties Children always You s be uptodate buying o IrHope Cotton ge Masonvilie Cotton We Good 36 in Bleech r Bc r Best CalIcoes 5c J Best Check GinghamsJ l 1lu I Gloves v Shirts have exclusive sale Geo Plde 9100Equals many 150 Shirts Call great variety have them Our Carpet Stock is Complete Axministers worth Velvets worth125 for T100Tapestries worth Eight Jiundred Lmoleumns 60c r75c II Yaras Mattings fromd 40c nights Hodgen Yille pernicious constructed language mostly by town what bear wagon back New Haven supplying thirsty must stopped The effect that 15 caught operating a from place New Haven will waitedLupon ville foot Muldraugtfs with y Varieties MATCH Jaconet Swiss and Nansook Special Prices Marx Cos Suits Suits 100 the famous Shirts forth note after Hodgen summa the person will riders have done with him have filled necessary makehim bona resident hole resting Persons also they used under severe those who ing bear treat end whether inch Linen worth 25c Linen Suitings worth 35c Check Plaid Linen worth 50c Loren Sheeting Worth Lawn worth SOc 35c Embroidered worth Lu 50c Swiss worth 50c White Colored German worth fort20Cinch Linen worth 174c Hart Schaffner Suits Shoes WELL ORTH Douglas Cos Patent Gun ranging prices Button Shoes Bals CosI Patent Black fords Fancy Youths inspect stock Shoes prices 12c and We Cos market Styles Four Thousand negroes running termed and whisky substance April bear wagon that SETS after sink Suitings Suitings inch Look for Name in St- rapTHEARGYLE I I BOOT The Shoa the To obtain tao best the f jncct uptocto Style and the mast1 durable Service the shoo to wear is the Florshelm Shoo I Most 5 6 jj L 1rPeflicoatsEtc700 Silk pettiboatsA300 H aiheFB1oi t250 MercenzedPetticpats t50i SILK 50rangiWHITE from MUSLiN WAISTS C t0 2 00 Twelve thousand Rolls Paper J Great Combinations Variety from of newest Designs and 4ClO 35Per Hundred Lace Curtains a 50c 75c 125650 and up to Pair i 1 Cunninghan1Duncai Centtc caught night requirements a a other undesirable warned permit conveyances purpose penalty ishmentSome ebeen operat inclined t the matter lightly i y r 4 Colored 50cfor I Persian Swisses Batiste Linens Chambray uptodate COLT UTTON tikes Toot appearance + I Styles 5oo Skirts 2QO t 50 t Wall jjTa Five Pair at 100 200 600 H place wagon Ieen it was the workof a joker o sincere proclamation of some determined citi zens who have become tired of this open practice is not known but it can be stated definitely that the people hy ing on the road from Hodgenville to New Haven as well as thecitizens of Hodgenville have expressed themselves very freely against this traffic in whisky and would raise rio objection shpuld stringent means betaken to put anxcnd to it v Li i 4- y i v i t American Woman In German Eyes American girls whether born or Revidencement and the same complete frtHance It la hard to say whdt ife ihlt Is the result of the education awpublic schools and colleges or lnth r freedom froM that condition ofli al and social subserviency to whlcn the i gentler sex ls doOmed lntold st oouiv trleaMazTon Brandt fin AEfcriia Deutsche ftev Y tl jr r ii HI o t 1 1 L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRILI5908flI REDUCEf PRICES AT RONE Y 411RILI OF and medium price I 1IFURNI1URIEFurniture to call ou1 Store andget our prices before placing their orders elsewhere I t I t 1 I Hall Ghaik J i nn n t t Cash or y rI J t hP VN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY j J Y SUBSCRIPTION J In Advan ONED01AR r ri J ROGERS GORE a fctered at the ffostoffice Springfield frX t Y itfOt transmission througn the secpndeJasa matter t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION a c Ome Year o- 0alt Months 50 tlkrce Months 25 NIh writing to have your address changed a the postofflce to which yonrjpaper 1ncive as the to you it ANNOUNCEMENT r FoR CONGRESSW are authorized to announce the Hon Ben n Nelson county as a candidate far re election to Congress from the Fiourth 4 Congressional District subject io the t action of the Democratic party r FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce Uu C Kimball as a candidate for the nomina for Sheriff ot Washington c6 subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Richard Boblitt Sam D Will Merritt Sanders and lpB ubertVIWJl MTZION I lQuarterly meeting was held tMt Zion Saturday and Sunday Rev Der iving presided over the communion and preached some excellent sermons tHrs Chas Williams and sister Mrs l Willas McKee were In Springfiel Saturday Mr and Mrs Dave Cokendolpher and J daughter attended Quarterly meeting here Sunday and were guests of Mrs Kate Williams j Miss Blanche Bonta is visiting her sister and other relatives in Lexington Mr Will Merritt wlf and were guests of Mr and Mrs J S Rays Sunday Mr Frank Arnold and wife visited the latter s mother on Fridau dirs Jas Hays and siSter w1rre in Springfield Thursday and yc tfMiss Margie Bonta returned from a l Jaitw her sister fn Springfie d last tMiss Sue Anna Hays who a tends the Sringfield High School spent Sat Ed1and Sunday at home t For THE MONTH OF APRIL and t jnkjt willIpay every HouseKeeper who are1 In need 1 at This HandsomeHall Mahogany 8 or Oak 198LJ IInnTnRbNEfSMITHn Gredit1Lebanon 1 vtibn J I WILLISB G Thomas Royalty ami Miss Kate Van Arsdale spent Monday at the home of J WShirley Miss Oora Trent is n Louisville Miss Time Reed js spending this week with relatives at this place Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shirley were fin Springfield Tuesday of last week J Bro cole delivered quite interesting- sermons at this place Sunday morning and night He is our pastor for this year and we hope everyone will come opt to hear him jMra Susan A Merritt has returned home after spending a few weeks with her sister in Bardstowi Miss Cora Trent left last week for NashYilleS Tenn where she will engage in busness Everybody is invited to attend the Easter supper to be given by the Royal Neighbors on Saturday night April 18 Come boys and bring your girl ja prize cake will be given the ugliestrman Miss Hester Noel is Visiting her aunt Mrs Ferret of this place Dnana Mrs W W Hyatt are in Louisville this week Mr Lawrence Walker and wife and Miss Belle Birch of Mackville were guests of Mr and Mrs J K Wells SundayMr W S Y Goodlett and wife and Mr IT J Trent and wife of Polin at morningandMrs Wi T Wells and Mrs J M Brown are visiting in Lawrenceburg- this week We f are sorry to report Dr Suther land no better at this writing Mr Gabe Wi Clark spent Sunday with his mother at Fairview Mr f Oscar Colvin of Cornishville visited his parents here Saturday and Sundajy HILLSBORO We have had some very rainy weather the last few weeks an4 we hope this coming week will be given to the farmer td till the soil The farmers are all behind with their work on account of so much rain Mr Tom Settle is very low with pneumonia but is reported some better at this writing Mr I Jesse Thomas purchased a mule of Galje Shtewmaker price 125 Jo A Coulter sold to J P Willett a bay mare price 150 A a Hines bought a bay mare of J D Sutherland price 75 Mr D spent a few days with EL Parish last week A hogshof Rt a bunch to A L Litsey for 4250 and also a veal calf for 10 Lee Settles purchased a nice heifer of J A Coulter price 35- Bob Montgomery drove 53 head of hogs from this community Monday which he purchased of different parties Albert Hines and wife dined at the home of Will Smith near Springfield Thursday Rev Sutherland has returned home alter a visit to his son in LaRue coun ty Tom Prather who has been confined to his bed with pneumonia is reported much better L M Clark was In Willisburg Monday on business SpringiIMr Sam Settle and son of Lebanon spent HiSettle a IAft L Litsey purchased 100 barrels of at i 330 per barrel A lari je crowd attended the law and order league at Mackville Saturday night vhere they received an invitation to oin with them and make peace in their awabiding county MAYS CREEK We at e having some nice weather at this tim Mays Creek has been higher than it has bee for ten years It washed away aLl tdf encirig The fdrmers are mightily with their work Tomm e Settles is yery ill with pneumonia Every ody interested in Sunday schools is invited to be at Hillsboro church he third Sunday evening at 3 oclockor the purpose of organizing Sunday school at that place Come lets take hold of this good work and by the help of God have a Sunday school that will be a credit to the old Hillsboro neighborhood We invite any minister who has a spare Sunday evening to come and preach for us at the church There is not very much sickness on the Creek at this writing fSited ters Mrs Lula and Lizzie Simmson the Reed Ridge this week Local Option EI ctilnsI Local option elections were held in 1150 townships in Illinois this week These elections included 84 counties The result was that 22 counties voted to become absolutely dry These added to the nine counties already dry makes 3i dry counties outof the 102 counties in the State It is estimated that between 1200 and 1500 saloons were Voted out By the election thiS weekf I f BonerPeters Miss Alta Boner and Mr J B Peters were married in the Meth odist parsonage at Burgin this afternoon at 130 oclock Rev R ceremonyTheago of the approaching marriage came as a pleasant surprise to Mr Peters many friends in this county and since that tinge he his received congratulations from all sides The bride resided at Bryants vOle in Garrard county and is one of the most popular ladies that ever resided in that section She was postmistress at Bryants public admirersM bank ei and farm r of Mackville He has hundred ot friends in Wash ington and adjoining counties who extend to him congratulations- Mr and Mrs Peters will reside at Mackyille Death of Mrs Thompson Mrs John Thompson diedat her home at this place last night at 10 oclock ofasthma and heart trouble from which she had been a sufferer for many years al though she had been confined to her bed for but two weeks Mrs Thompson was about seventy years old and was a consistent and faithful member of the Cath olic church Funeral ser vices will be cdnducted by Rev Father Hennessey tomorrow morning and interment will occur in St Dominics cemetery The de ceased was a devout Christian charitable and kindand was a kind and accommodating neigh hrShe js survived husband Mr John H Thompson and by six children She also leaves a sijster Mrs C A Wright of this pace and a brother Mr Robt Walker of Greensburg J Condolence is extended to the bereaved ones Barn Burned A largestock and tobacco barn belonging to Lee Lawrence of the Gravel Switchneighborhood in Marion county was destroyed by fire Thursday night Then Sun is informed that Mr Law T0nce had been suspecting some one of stealing corn him and was watching for the thieves At a late hour someparties were seen approaching the barn They were fired uponand lost no time in retreating Mr Lawrence then went to the barn to keep up the watch until daylight but he tell asleep When he awoke the barn was on fire and was under such headway that it was impossible o the flames While Mr Lawrence has no pos= itjive proof that the sneak thieves came back and set fire to the barn circumstances strongly In dfcate that they did Killed By Lightning Miss Bettie Craycroft received a telegram announcing that Mr iE A Richards of Sherman Texas had been killed by light MissA1lmad nt of this place DeadIBlack Jack the trotting horse yesd uable and the loss falls heavy upon Mr Baker Base Ball On Saturday last April 11 an exciting base ball game was played on the St Marys ball ground between the High School Blues of Springfield and the St Marys Juniors The score was 9 to 4 in favor of the High School Blues 2 to I4 in favor of Springfield was made in the first inning and stood until the fifth inning when twirler Price of St Marys began to allow hitsBat tery for Springfield Medley and Simms for St Marys Price and Reiling This is the first game that has been taken from the St Marys Juniors for some time Operation for Appendicitis Bardstown Standard Mr J Robert Crume the druggist was operated on for appendicitis in Louisville at St Josephs infirmary Friday afternoon at one oclock The operation was successfully performed by Dr Franks assis ted by Dr B E Wore Bardstown and Ernest Crume Fredericktown Mr Crume is doing nicely and is improving and his many friends hope for his speedy recovery Mrs Grume was in the city and in attendance during the operation Closing Out y At Cost haveCutlist below and let us save you money N 0 MJolasses reduced from 60c to 300I2 5c sticks Wiggl Stick Blu- e5cPrunes7c Ib Navy BoansJ 5c Ib Pure Peppr 20c Ib 3 12 Ib an Dried Beef forlOc 2 Cans Red Seal Lye15c J 3 Cakes German Family SoaplOc I tt=I- T Firs Annual Meeting The loll wing is from the Courier Journalotonday The Kentucky Hotel Association will hold its first annual meeting at Lexing ton next Thursday and Friday and the members have been notified that they will be tre ted royally by the people of the Blue sCity The arrangements for the meeting were made by W D Claybr oke of Springfield who is secretary of the association Mr Clay bro0ke was in Louisville yesterday en home Lexington He said ifhe Association is in fine shape and now pas a membership of seventyfive hos elries All the hotels of Louisville are embers of the association The association was organized for the urpose of advancing the hotel business and for protection against people who are going about oyer the country not only beating their hotel bills but passing worthless checks Mr Claybrooke said that during thepastyear only thir teen men beat their bills with hotels belonging to the association and seven of these bills were afterwards collectedI by the association Death of Mrs Riley Mrs Mary Riley one of the best known and most loyed women of the Willisburg section died at her home on March 29 aged seventy five years The deceased was a devout member of the Baptist church having united with that body when she was eighteen years old During all the years following she lived a consistent Christian She was charitable and kind toward all and was ever ready to wrist those who were in need Mrs Riley reared thirteen children eleven of her own and two grandchildren She was a loving and kind mother and will be greatly missed by the chil dren who survive her Funeral services were conducted by Rev Sims and the body was interred in the beautiful little cemetery at Willisburg A FRIEND Administrators Sale t tJ Jl persons haying claims against th estate of G W Lambert deceased- WI I present same to me properly proven on or before May 1 1908 or to TO Scott M yes at his office in Springfield Ky SBY CATLETT Administrator of G W Lambert Mackyille Ky ntl- 3 Cakes Long Tom Soaplc 3 Cakes Sunny Monday SoaplOc 3 Cakes Fairy Soap lOc 3 Cakes Glycerine Tar Soa pYY lOc Sweet Pickels 5c dozen 1 Ib Black Tea for O30c 3 5c packages Dunham Cocoanut for 10c 3 Boxes WaSh PowderlOc lIb Box Seeded Raisens1OcJ 2 Irvine McElroy route from H r pri a If = = Ice Cream upper at Blincbe On Tuesday April21st the young ladies and gentlemen of Holy Rosary congregation at Manton will give a delightful ice cream supper arid euchre party at Blincoe Ky for the benefit of Holy Rosary church Refreshments t ofaU kinds will be served and the euchre party will begin at 4 p m A most delightful evening is promised to all who attend In case of bad weather will be postponed to Saturday Apr 25 Miss Johnson 111 M Miss Nancy Johnson daughterof Congressman Ben Johnsonhabeezy seriouslyill of appendicitis m Washington City Her condition is now muchi improved and it is thought she will recover without an operation Notice rtThe firm of M H Jones di Co has fir gone into liquidation and itas necessary to wind up all the business of the firmV 1Iquested to call at once for settlement Apr 22 M H JONES 8i Go A fNWICKt l Mrs James Lanham was th guest of he parents Mrr anttMriiJ 1 Graves pf the Ridge the first of last weekIMr Clarence Graves was at Bear Wallop Sunday Born to the wife of Mr R E Shew maker a fine boy Messrs John Kelly and Harry Janes of this place were at Simmstown Sat urday and Sunday Mrs J E Graves andMrs jtWt Barker were in Springfield last Satur day on business k Notice The undersigned firm having dis solved partnership respectfully request all parties indebted to us to call and settle without delay P G McElroy will have charge of the books for 30 days and can be found at ShultzL Riedel Respectfully I SHULTZ MCELRlHad To Be Drenched T F Gannon Avon Ky says T cured my hogs fof a very bad case of a jleraRemedynot eat and T had to drench them with the medicine U Sold by druggists Ilele ee el eeele1eel eleeleeeelel II DIAMONDS The April Birth Stone She who from Apnl dates her years Diamonds should wear lest bitter tearsaFor vain repentence flow tbisstoneIEmblem of innocense is known There was never al bttttr tints for buying t DiamiHd 4 Than April My Prices Are Righti l No time of the year is more opportune for the purchase of some article of Jewelry Nothing adds to ones appear ance more than a well selected piece of Jewelry and nothing ends itself more fittingly for such expressions of esteem than Jewelry for beauty and sentiment of expression lp Come to Sit Mt Before BuyingJi i j James J1 Graves T- J 00 T1 F a ikie tj Q BE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRILitr 1908 5 A GAND DISPLAYjwOF I S I I Ilt Itl iltlltUlt ftHttftHtt ftHttittti1II1lIti autttuttuttut f I An unusual stiring line or Dress l Goods silks apd trimmings Plain fand Fancy1hite Goods Wash 6ree dsj Very stylish things in ladies a S readyfOWearj Dress Ski Spring Jackets Silk and Satin Petti E and lingerie jcQats Correct Capers in Ladies i Neckwear anc Veiling BelsHand 1i begs Back arid Side Combs j We shota full line if Noveltiesand Notions t I 1ft ti++ + H + + +++ + IJ I iiDontshow the Snappiest line of Ladies t Oxfords aid Pt be foundanything you Line may I ift allpricesJ I t TheJ RobensonClaybrobke Co r atedv I I IfJ I IW W bdtiit ririr1rrr t Dr G11 T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With 151 out Pain r CROWN WORK A SPECIA TY i StrictlyFirstclassO ice In Hagon Block up stairs i Local News Notes t 1 Easter services at church next Sunday Preaching by RvoLyon All are invited to attend i Judge IHThurmanand Prof george Colvin will address the people of Texas next Saturday Everybody invited COURT DAY DINNER The ladies of the Maud Christian church willjgive a Court day dinner in for the benefit of the church ldraY25 Chas Boswell has just returned from the Green river country with a nice lot of about 40 head of young le for p T Boswell Co Carl insure m the Warmers Home lnsur Vance Company the only company that pays its losses in full J N Wells General Muj unction City Kyj FOR SXLE One Stanhope ru abou- and one runabout They are nearly new rubber tires and in perfect order Also light set of double harnessI The Campbellsville Company has an annbuncement p tht issue of The Sun that will be ofi inter eat toJthe farmers of the county J Read 1t rir MTV Williams Will conduct an Easter belle of hats tft te handsome nef store nlfddm next Saturday You are invited fcp call to see the display which you re lured will surpass any dislay of Safcter styles ever seen in Springfield NOTICiParttes having c aim s against J D Peterson assigned will fpreRCYit same to the undersigned prop erty proven and those indebted to th isaid Peterson will please call a id pa- Mrs Peterson at Texas or the the un dersigned Notes and account j must t be paid Vv D ClaYbroo e Assignee of J D Peterson U == IImp fINE MILLINERY A special invitation is again extended to the Ladies of Springfieid to call and inspect my large line of millinery Thee hats now on dis play are pronounced by all who have seen them the handsomest they have ever slen in this city Come in and let me shave them to you I Miss WILLIE KNOTT I FORT aERIFFIn this issue of The Sun will be found the announcement of Mr AJ C Kimball as a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff subject to the aJtlolof the Democratic party The gentlemen who will make the race with him as deputies are Messrs Rich ard Bbblitt Sam D Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and Hubert Virgin These gentlemen are all well known loyalDemocrats the success of their party Mr Kim knownItoFor many years he has been one of the leaders in the Democratic party in this county and has served his party well i He asks that his claims be given consideration by all Democrats I ooooooooooeooo IOO UH Oaaa oaoo Firuits Candies Soft Drinks I heat all times a fresh line 9Fruits and Candies fhat the thalowest possible prices and invit e the people to come to see me j Soft Drinks Refreshing Soft Drinks of all Kinds always on hand I LeonAlleneoeQOO QoeoeoeoOQoeg- QoebueuveueUJ oeooo u J The Washington County Medical Society met in its room in the court house Monday April 13 at 1030 a m The aJWhan and Dr M jnextmeetmg JENSONTQN j rJ It has been some time since I have written to The Sun However I cannot say that our town has not been well represented another correspond ent having sent in quite a number of interesting letters Miss Bettie Elliott who has been very sick is getting along nicely Prayer meeting at this place Thurs day night was well attended The next meeting will be held at Mr Sy La rences and will be conducted by r Charlie Drugan Mr BL Cocanougher and family spent a few days last week with the latters parents Mr and Mn W T Arnold Miss Sadie Harmon who has been ill for some time is no better Miss Georgia Cocanou her spent urday night and Sunday with her brot er Mr Charlie Cocanougher near Enido Mrs Lizzie Campbell of Springfield passed through here Monday enroute to Boyle county to visit relatives We are sorry to learn that MisaLena Milburn is very ill with pneumonia Mr Raymond Edwards and Miss la Powers were married at Rev R Purdoms on last Wedneaday April 8 The groom is a son of Mr J W Edwards and is a merchant at this place The bride is a daughter of Mrs Nann fieR Powers of tho Pleasant Hill neighborhood and is an attractive youn woman They left Thursday for louisi where they spent several days eWe extend to them congratulation I II Edison J Columbia Phonog- raphRECORDSl E M RUSSELL Springfield Ky Qea eaeaeaeaaeoeaeQeQeo a 00 Personal Notes I nee Visitors In and Out of TownA a t Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News a e tMrs r Kate Spaldmg of Lebanon is visiting MrsJanie WillettIMr Rod Wharton has returned to Louisville after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs J L Wharton Miss Elizabeth Reynierson of Leb anon spent Sunday with Miss Ethel Searcy Messrs H M Moss and Joe Wy coif are in Louisville on business t Mrs W T Barnett of Mackville is in Louisville Little Joseph Pettus who has been quite ill for several days is improving f The little son of Mr and Mrs J W Riedel has been quite ill for several days Miss Nell Putnam of Lebanon spent Monday with Miss Flaget Simms Mrand Mrs N G Marks and Mr and Mrs G D Robertson Jr were ml Lebanon and Bradfordsville Sunday CincinnatiEarrive Monday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan Mr J A Johnston is in Louisville- on business Mr and Mrs Emmett Wigginton of Fairfield spent Saturday and Sun day at the home of Dr M W Hyatt Mr Chas Hunter one of the pro prietors and editors of the Marion Fal con was in town Saturday Miss Kate Mayes was in Louisville Tuesday Mrs i Harry Brown of Lebanon spent the latter part of last week wit Mrs C D Robertson Htare in to attend the Presbytery Mr and Mrs James Allen of Bloomfieldspent Sunday with Mrs Allens parents Mr and Mrs Palmer Grundy of near town Mr and Mrs Frank Logan of Danville visited Mrs J Y Mayes last week Mrs Bettie Graham and daughter of Mart nsviUe Ind have moVed to this place and are occupying the Cray croft house on east Main street Mrs late of Campbellsyille i visiting her daughter Mrs R H Mc Elroy f Mrs Leo Haydon and children are visiting Mrs Haydons parents Mr and Mrs James Haydon of Bards town Mr Nathan Putnan of Lebanon 5tLemon of Louisville spent from Friday until Monday at the home pf Hon John w Lewis Miss Lizzie Logsdon is at home from schoolat St Catherine to spend Easter Mr and Mrs John Clements of Lebanon were here Monday s Miss Flaget Simms visited at Naza reth last week Miss Mabel Price has returned home after a two weeks visit to friends in Bardstown wMrs Lanham of Louisville spent several days the first pf the week with her daughter Mrs Tom Hardeaty Mr Tom Edelen has returned to Louisville after a visit to his sisters Misses Kate and Carrie Edelen returnedbwensboro to Y placehMisses Alice Haydon and Laura Baker spent last week with Miss Cath Brine Spalding of near town Rev P F Hennessey and Mr L D Baker were in Bardstown Tuesday on business Mrs L N Gregory la visiting her MidLMrs AR Shultz and son A R spent Tuesday with Dr and Mrs J B Bards of Harrodsburg Mr C L Price was in Louisville the latter part of last week on busi ness Miss Nellie McGill is at home from school at St Catherines to spend Easter Mr Herman Schmenk of Lebanon spent Sunday with his farriily at this place Mrs Lizzie Campbell is the guest of friends and relatives in Boyle coun ty Messrs Lynn Bush Harry Shultz Joe McClasky Thomas Colyin Wallace Rogers and Rob McClellan were at St Marys Saturday DrW V Stallard has arrived and opened his dental parlor in the rooms over McElroy Shade s grocery lI r r T 1IINo a Display 11 I I am prepared to show the Ladies of Spring 1field and Washington county an unusually hand me line of Spring Hats and I am uteii1W Iso to see me you will be pleased w It1I my iIlIMillinery Indeed I feel that my stockIS corn 1 1estthis season as in the past will be found satisfactory 1 1Remember my Trimming Department Is in Charge of 1 Expert Trimmers 1 I Miss Willie Knott I wowday 1Mrcelebrate their silver wedding nex Saturday A large number of invita tions have been issued to friends Mrs Mollie Mayes and son Charles who have been spending the winter with Mrs Mayes daughter Mrs Jas C Cheschier of Ft Scott Kansas will return home Saturday Rev W H Williams Drs S J Smock and J M Spaulding and Messr andhTemplar banquet at Lebanon Monday nightMrs T C Campbell entertained at euchre last Friday afternoon Those present were Mesdames W E Leach man Harry Thompson J C McElroy C A Green S B Thompson J W Lewis Margaret Bettis and Miss Had gie Brown CANARY i Little Miss Jaunita Pope is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Brack Yates this week visitsed Mr Will Sweeney of Mackville Sun day Miss Sadie Fenwick of Fenwick is the guest of Miss Adray Canary this week Mr Lee Hiatt was in Louisville last week on business Mr and Mrs Budd Coffey are with Mr and Mrs Lee Hiatt this week J Miss Hattie Logsdon was in Mack ville Sunday Mrs w A Barker Mrs Offie Young and Miss Lime Lanham Visited Mr A Canary andfamily one day last week Mrs Lee Hiatt was with Mrs J W Logsdoa last weektMr Lee Hiatt andfamily Mr Budd Coffey and wife Mrs Bettie Hiatt and niece Maggie Hiatt were with Mr W A Barker Sunday Notice Notice All persons indebted to the estate of J M Burton deceased please call at the Peoples Deposit Bank and settle their accounts It is necessary for the estate to be settled immediately Also all persons holding claims against said estate please present them properly proven J A BouLWARE Executor J M Burton Deceased 1 1 MAUD tMrs Andrews is on the sick list rs J4 M Washburn of Nelson county spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs J M Monti gomery iYSpringfield Miss Nannie Shehan will spend Easter with her aunt Mrs Ike Irvine ot Chaplin Misses Catherine and Boxy Wake field will leave in a few days forH arKrodsburg where they will spend sev eral days fMr and Mrs Ham Pile spent Sunday MontgomeryMiss i week for Grayson county whereshe will spend the summer with friends and relatives Mr Lynn Bush and Miss Eva RCy ality Mr Chris Hertlein and Miss Vir ginia Royalty of Springfield were m our little town Sunday ifternoon Miss Nannie Shehan and Mrs Ora daylastMr Earl Arnold has returned homesyfrom school at Lexington Mr and Mrs Shannon Gtoyd have re turned to their home irjHarrodsburg after a several days visit with Mr and Mrs E E Wakefield IMrwork mules to Mr Whii man of Booki er Price 29Q ugbMiss J r Chas Mcjlvoy K r Mrs Wallace Seay and children ire vwiting her father Mr James Goatieyv of Valley Hil4IxtMondayMr Hineu Neal agent Sunday aitex= noon with Miss Hallie Houston Mts I N fJWld 88D tlest w with her father Mr Wm Lear at- Mackville Miss Elizabeth Duncan of Bld field speat seyeral kdaysvwith MIBS Nel l AndrewslMr TroutmanxwasinLe js ville one day last week on business Mrs Van Washfaarn 9f Bloomfield and Mr Calvin De1tonof Grays h county were guests of Mr J M Mont gomery and family last TsdytMr C W Oder of MackviUe passed through our town Monday Mr M L Treutman and wife were called to the bedside of the lattera brother Mr Pete Shehan who is yery low J h 1 i Announcementt t WOOL WOOLaWOOL dA The PBELLSVILLE MANUFACTURING Gfe Of Campbellsville r 71- Having built an entirely new plant now annojnicethat they are ready to Manufacture Wool into as any farmer needs such as w li7 YARNS LINSEY JEANS FLANNEL BLANKETS LADIES FLANNEL SKIRTS ETC Etc r Our Motto Honest Goods at Reasonable PrijcfesS Our goods art All WOOL Full Width and Fat H See one of our agents who vill show you our samples Get our terms and send us your wool t C R McWHORTEBt Agent Spring eld Ryfvj a W EDEL EN Agent Blitlcoe KXSa E HARMON Agent ackv let KY 26 G W PETERSON General Man It r a r i t a T r t t I I I j I II F 1 t i f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1908 I4 + + s 44 Ii StSISiSIi C HORSE BREEDERS ATTEMTIN 1 D BAKER OFFERS A FINE LIST OF STA LIONS FOR THE SEASON OF 1908 AT HIS STABEES AT THEI FAIR GROUNDS 1tMOKO PEARLNo 40894 stallionistallion 15 hands was foaled in 1903 and was bred at Walnut Hall Stock Farm Lexington Ky He isoby Moko by Baron Wilkes dam LitrMoko Pearl will make the season jit 20 to insure a Hying colt and will be limited to thirtymares Thej season ends June 1 tellsvP a been shown atthe Kentucky State Fairs since he was a two yeai pld and wdri prac classesHeJ 5thLI 1arationand a good gaited trotter Mr Bowerman worked him for speed 24 days in his threeyearoldform and drove him in 224 Wm IFreem tr 1timegood trotter and a game horse this is the OP1 lot of every man who has pulled a line over With aj seasons work he should trot in t tentjudgesMokoshanvery handsome fellow His peer as a high clasrstock horse and prospective trotter green classes would be hard to find v forte == = ctI RED BIRD Registered 1956 Vol jfc A S H ffiU breedLStateTTmy year an necrop of colts theseasonmares Owners desiring to breed to this horse hould book their mares early I BOUNCINGICONNAUGHT No 15272 i Hackney Stallion 153 hands a beautiful chestnut Borrel with three white eet and snip nose This b a remarkably handsome horse possessing the true hackney style and shape and is d fine actor This bredhorses oUrSUNSHINEL i y This fine harness stallion i wellknownj yo ng the breeders of Washington county and it is unnecessary form to dwellupon his good qualities He will make season at 15 e a living colt i JOHN SIMMS Have traded for this wellkn4n jack you airknow him for he carries his rep1 with him SMson 10 to insure finejackSr same mytL D BAKERoI StSISSISSiSIS1S1Sr n You Dotit Needa Town Crier to emphasfze the merits of your business or an nounce your special sales A straight story told in a straight way to the readers of this paper will qui tdy reach the ears of the thoughtful intelligent buying public the people who have the money in their pockets and the people who listen to reason and not noise Our books wilt Show you a list of I the kind of people yoj appeal to Call and se them at this office j WkGialvamsStocK I Fancy Boy 1 COMBINED STALLION Young George j r DRAFT STALLION At 8i9Or I rI My J ck8Iack llawI4III IsQneof the finest animals ever seen ibWshington coun largejf in this section of the State It willpay ybi to cp Tand I see them before breeding jtnl 0TH JACKS WILL STAND AT M 1 i I H 7OOi- I W L Graham Cardwl Ky t IlIIltS1 1 ri of 1 t J j ir 1rwe7 t q r i j 1 Jesus Anointed at Bethany Swdaj Sxkol Leua for April 19 1008 Specially Prepared for This Paper sLESSONverse GOLDEN TEXTWe love Mn because he first loved usl John 419 hdaythe Passover He rested the next day Saturday the Jewish Sabbath which ended at sunset feast was helP that hPLACETheIrT Bethany oh the Mount of Olives Comment and Suggestive Thought Put In a single word the subject of our Scripture passage is Service different ways of serving Christ and the way Christ prefers No other paslsage in the Bible presents these so vividly Therefore it is a passage of great and fundamental importance Gelkie imagines that the sisters had often pondered how they could show their gratitude for all Christ had been and all that he had done for them Mary showed it by anointing Christs feet and head Matt 267 with very precious ointment By ointment we are to understand rather a liquid perfume than what we com monly know as ointment Schaff It was common to anoint the heads of guests but anointing the feet was a- very special honor Nard is an unguent from the head or spike of a fragrant East in- dian plant belonging to the genus Valeriana which yields a juice of de licious odor Thayer This was lit erally translated pistic nard the adjective meaning pure genuine or drinkable as some ointments were drunk mixed with winE or it may indicate the place whjence the nard came A pound Latin libra the unit of weight in the Roman empire slightly over 11 ounces avoirdupois Expos Greek Test The estimate of Judas v 5 was 300 denarii a day laborers wake for one yearExpos Greek Test Equal to 300 or 600 of our money Attar of roses sells for 1200 a pound It was kept in a cruse or flask of ala baster Mark called an alabaster just as we call a drinking vessel made of glass a glass It was a kind of cruet having a cylindrical form at the top Pliny compares these vessels to a closed rosebudProf Marvin R Vincent The tables were low sometimes not more than a foot high and the guests reclined around them leaning 11 their elbows their feet stretched out away from the table We recall the ideal picture of Aaron when anointed to the priesthood Psa 1332 to riiark herethe fulfillment of the type wlien the great High Priest was anointed for the sacrifice She who had so often sat at his fe tnow anblnfs them and alike for love reverence and fellowship of his sufferings wlll not wipe them but with her hair Edersheim This simple act pro claimed the selfhumiliation of her un bounded love seeing that the lopsen ing of a womans hair was a mark of unusual selfabandonment Pulpit CommentaryThis of Mary bifiame so fa mous as Christ prophesied it would Matt 2613 because i It was a beautiful example of that fine virtue gratitude 2 It was a beautiful example of the sacrifices gladly made by love 3 It was a beautiful example of loves courage Mary was willing to face misunderstandings sneers cap tious criticism and smiles of ridicule Her great love brushed these aside like cobwebs Most service of Christ calls for similar courage from the first stammering attempt of the young convert to speak for Jesus to the large tasks of the missionary and the reformer But love for Christ makes it all easy 4 It Wyks a beautiful foreglimpse of Christs great sacrifice This deed was the dying of Jesus in a figure Christ found In it the very spirit that was leading him so steadily to Cal vary For Jesus like Mary lavished everything In saving menRev G H Morrison 5 It furnished ao beautiful IllustraI tion of Christs ready lovirfg service The disciples chided but Jesus praised 6 But fine as It was Marys spir itual devotion to Christ would have been just as fine It It had been ac companied by household ministrations to his needs A kinsman of mine was once entertained by a gifted woman who was so much absorbed In his Interesting conversation that she forgot to inspect the spare room in which he slept and In which he passed the night In exasperating collisions with a silver soup tureen which long before had been concealed from the burglars In his bed and I confess I agrqed with a cynical female critic storrIpray and talk IQQss and keep house more Bishop Potter Mary may have done both Ve are not told Practical Points When Christ asks us to do such work It becomes at once of Supreme Importance and invested with foyal dignity There is splendid service in faith as well as In works in love ab well as in active ministering to thei loved one Those whose special gifts He in ac tivity and those whose minds tend rather to Inner devotion should appreciate one another Christian work needs the devout and studious Mel ancthon but not less the robust and heroic Luther KEEPS WATCH ON CUSTOMERS Dog HasMacleHimseif 5a Favorite with Dug Stor Patrons When the drug man goes to his modest lunch In a rear room the dog lies behind the counter where he can cock his eyes over every part of his domain If a customer comes in on d 1irectory himput his hand in the candy jar and he hears a growl which vould startle the most daring When a man makes is way to the prescription counter bmasterhas no malice in it and could not frIghten the most timid For a time customers were wary of this strange relief clerk but now Bill has estab lished his reputation for good temper and social ability and for absolute fidelity to his duty and he gets more good things to eat than his master relishes He has even added to thej popularity of the store and all small boys goiere tq get their candy first to maktr the dog growl by pretending to steal and then triumphantly producing their nickes1 when he gets 5appreciation QUICK ACTION ON HIS POLICY No Wonder Secretary of Insurance Company Wanted to Knowf When John Henry Barrows organ izer of the World Congress of Re ligions held in Chicago in 1893 was president of Oberlin college he was approached by an jlnsurance agent who wanted to write a on his household goods To this the man of education agreed after some talk Next morning the policy was delivered and the agents report forwarded to the company Late in the afternoon Mrs Barrows went to her room and there saw smoke cozing out around the closet door She pulled the door open and found fir e smoldering among the clothes which draped the wall Some valuable gar mentswere destroyed before the blaze Was out Dr Barrows got the insurance man on the telephone and told him what had happened The agent went to the house prepared an adjustment report companyIssuance of the policy Two days later Dr Barrows had a telegrarii from the secretary of the compan an old friend of his Your policy written morning of Wednesday it read Fire was at five oclock Why this delay A amous Collection of Fans Amon the Italian collections of old painted fans one of the most striking is unquestionably that ojf the Queen Mother of Italy One of the most noteworthy examples of French fans in this collection is an eighteenth century fan with Chinese sticks and with a representation of a wedding procession Another fan of pure eighteenthcentury workmanship is rl decorated with borders of little pejarls and spangles and shows three e scenes of humorous character I- nslaped panels Equally valuable and interesting is another fan showing a pEstoral scene which is derived di rectly from a painting by Watteau or Fagonardj Fools the Public for Profit Palmistry Isa good business ac- c rding to a practitioner who has been confessing to the Philadelphia Redo d Ive been in it for 24 years n wtand its a poor day when I cant make 15 or 20 The jpublta love t be fooled and men nejednt sneer a d say women are easily taken In for men are my best customers said th e palmist Oh more women comet me on the average than men butt e men believe everything I tell theme time while some of the women ai e hard to handle In my experience a man even the shrewdest is more guillible than a woman r course she added modestly the business takes a pretty quick reader of char ucterand one who can flatter tact fully i HMadeConcrete construction in the more northern locations hasbeanl somewhat hampered by the exceedingly low temperature encountered This was overcome last winter by conducting such work under cover at Lengue Point Montreal in the building of a transformer house made entirely of concrete iThe structure measures 46x46 feet and 32 feet high A tent of sufficient ze to cover the structure was erected and the interior heated by steam tfoijs and salamanders anti work was continued inside the tent withoutWy regard to the tempera ture outside which at times was very lowE I His Steady Job Bjgley You dont believe In a col lege education then JIgley No It unfits a man forever thing except to sit around croaking aTjout how much monO Intelligently he could enjoy wealth than the average man does Catholic Standard and Tlmesc 0The Corrected Bill Visitpr Go to the proprietor and tell him to make my bill out properly and write omelette with two ts and not one Walter a few minutes later Its all right now sir omelet25 cents two teas 40 cents Exchange rASI I Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit CburtKy GracySettles o orderfrendered at the February term thereof 908 in the above styled cause I shall courthousea thereboutMONDAY APRIL 27 1908 the same being county court upon a credit of six and twelve months and and described as follows Beginning at a stone in the middle of SIcor- ner to J R Davis thence N 3351 W 9436 poles to a drain corner to same ofMayes 351ERaybowrneS 52J E 186 chains to the beginning polestheveyed to A F Settles by J S Sutton of date the 23rd day of September 1902 recorded in Deed Book 48 page 93 in the office of the Washington court For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale un ailretainedcuted Bidders will be required to corn- YIP promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Eliza Sutton admx Plaintiff vs Alex Sutton etc Defendants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sa1of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1908 in the above styled cause to settle es tate I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on the 27th day of April 1908 At thereaboutbeintCount 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 A tract of land near WilIisburg Ky Bounded on the North by John Walls on 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 smal tracts in 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 with approved security bearinRlegal effeptofpared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W G C t Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Maggie Hayes etc Plaintiffs vs Jas L Moore etc Defendants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court renderedat the February term 1908 in the above styled cause for distribution I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on the 27th day of April at 2 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 A tract of land in Washington county Kyj bounded Beginning at a point ZillyArnoldto a stone corner to same thence with his line to a stone corner to 3 R Wil LongLickmng containing 28 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinKlegalpaid and having the force and effect ot preparedtoM G LEACAMAN M C W C C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky JF Smith etc Plaintiffs vsJuliaMontgomery Defendant 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 support of defendant proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door inSpnng field Ky on the 27th day of April 1908 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property to wit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A tract of land on Cartwrights creek in Washington county Ky Bounded WestbyFortemir and on East by Alonza Young About 30 acres f For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved y or sureties must execute bond bearin legal interest from date of sale until paid ana having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prc pared to comply promptly with thes terms M aiLEACHMAN M C w C G rfj d fi 4 I iV Com missioners Sale Washington Circuit CpertiKy A C Kimball Administrator Plaintiff vs Isaac Cutsinger etc etcli per tendantaEquityI g By virtue of a judgment and or let of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the February term 1 08 in the above styled cause for the the sum of 10015 with interest at the rite of six per centum per annum from the 5th day of June 1899 until paid I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 27 1908 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout be ing County Court day to the highest and best bidder at public a credit of six months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to dUce the sums 1soIke Cutsinger on the West and NorthJby the land of Frank Chesser and by IkeiCutsinger containing five acresIIt being the old Wm Lynchplacet Debt 10015 v Interest 5345 Cost 5000 1 Amt to t e raised 2036Q For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalaid and having the force and effect of preparedtoM G LEACHMAN MO W A C CLUBBinfG RATES WIT- tlLOUISVILLEDAILIES 1 H The Sun and The Louisville V Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily CourierT Journal except bunday 16 4it Same including Sunday t820 1TheSun and the daily Courier any three days in theweek- The 378 Sun one year and the daily CourierJournalany in the week sjxmonths J2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour 80TheHerald one year 3 25 The EveningPost = EGG SI For Sale PEKIN DUCK EGGS StoCk from RtNNERDEN GOOSE EGGS stock rornMrs B F Jackson ATJ Y rOt EacI Mammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs Mrs Wright Straine J 12 12C EachPen is headed by aTom fromLogan county purchased of R J Burr BUFF URPINGTON and SC WHITE LEGHQRNEGS jUIiUUJot BALLARDyR ItyIt IRIIRIMIiaj Night Hawk JiSired by Night Hawk Jay Bird 0u George WJlkes Dam Katie White by Paladme 2 dam MaggieiG by 1ay torJs Messenger iVs 3 dam Ball by Mambrino Columbus 4 darn Addle by Erecs n 14 NIGHT HAWK Jr wi1hI ke the season of iox8 at my barn t att Texas Ky at f 10 To Insure a Colt Until Weaning1 Time P IIt r H d l 4 f SS i 7Twr t 4 ii f I II 45 1L I i i i 2j THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1908 = r T 1 JOHNSON AT sumUH t t lMINNESOTA EXECUTIVE MAKES NOTABLE ADDRESS j TQUESTIONOFSTATERIQHTSDoes Being Made Subservient to jri ferlor FederalCourtsWould Uphold Constitution j Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota ofthlnesota Mln field April 10 an address thai will rank as one of the ablest publc do liverances of recent times Spoke on a battlefield that may hp takjbn as the symbol of the great war for the union the governor took occaslpn to tell of the peril that threatens our fed eral form of governmen This peril was emphasized by the recent deci- sIon 0f the supreme court in thejj rail way cases going up from Minnesota and North Carolina which p acti catty makes the state governments subservient to the inferior federal urtsThe significance of these decisions Is widely understood and theY have given rise to a general dfcuj slon of the question of the rights of the states and Gov Johnsons speecb t wnfpnkas an important con rlbii discussion The dedica tory address in part follows Representing the people of the coin monwealth of Minnesota we art as sembled on one of the historic e fields of the civil war to pay ourHrib ute of respect and affection to the memory or the sons of Minnesota who here yielded up their lives i that this might continue to be a unlt4 nation Their sacrifice was not fort per sonal gain but was in response to duty nda contribution to the clv ilization of the age and for the Pur pose of perpetuating thelnsUtutiQI of human liberty t 1 appreciate that nothing which I can say will add to or detract rom i the glory of their achievement wjiich in itself is an enduring onumentto the patriotism and 1 American soldier Their sacrifice However was not different from that which has been made throughout all of the ages by those lovers of libferty who believe In a government which might give t6all the people the right to1 life liberty and property The love of liberty was not born in his country ef ours It was cradled ting tIle Danube and about the shores of lhe Baltic even when Rome bad reached the limit of her imperial grandeur Increasing In intensity with thevpasslng of the centuries it found its highest expression in the older countries In the great English charter of civil rights which forever guaranteed to the people of immunity from the despotism of those 4 who claimed to rule by virtue ofj Di vineright t One hundred and thirtytwo years ago the great contest of humanity was transferred from the old world to the here because of the Isola Ithehighpousedthe cause caUse of the signal victory achieved by them in that struggle an opportu nity was afforded to crystallize nto written law the aspirations of the patriots of all the ages The men vho built the foundations of this gov rn ment were those who hail subml ted to the supreme test of patriotism for those who inspired the constitution of the United States were the same vho had pledged their lives their pro per ties and their sacred honor to the cause of Independence Trlttenmental powers and to limit governmental departments the overwhelm lng necessity for such an h gtrumentI is to prevent Insidious upon the rights of the Individual en both from those in office tlti from those who by reason of t wealth and power have an Influence that cons1itutby its framers as an most sacred import an alteration of f which could only be made by the bea- le themselves in whom all lUnate power is vested and then only after the fullest discussion and widest licity Under thve beneficent governmen so established tile nation has prospered and the people are happy One great cloud came upon the nation in the form of an awful civil war in which two sections of the country w rflin conflict with each other The hedoes who rest here gave their lives that this nation might be maintained ahlt came from our forefathers On another battlefield of that war Abraham Lin cOin said It is for us the living rather to be dedicated to theiun finished work they have thus farjso nobly carried on It is rather f01us to be here dedicated to the remaining before ug that from these honored dead we take Increased d4vo tlon for tha cause for which they lere gaye the last full measure of devotion that wei highly resolve that dtead shall not have died In vain that the nation shall under God have a neW birth of freedom and that the gov rn4 ment of the people by the people fort e people shall not perish from jthi earth i Our concern Js not of the past poi wholly with the present butmuch with the future If the of the republic is in the hands of the Amer lean of today thenit becomes hinito he guided and governed only Qtlc impulse and the desire to do that whichrill most largely contribute to j the permanency of republican Institu- tiOns Advancing our civilization so that We will not by recognizing the- fatseclalms of selfish Interests and forgetting the American maxim that our Object should be to attain the greatest good for the greatest number incur the penalty which other people have fpaid rather let us hold ever In mind that those who framed our gov ernmit believed in the equality of the people and that the chief aim of government is to maintain that equality Under our system of government the nation has reached a material development hitherto unknown The people have prospered beyond the dreants of those who lived a century ago 4But with the development of the country and changes In economic con dition and particularly with the growth of great private corporations perfoirn1ng many of the functions of government has come tile necessity exercise of strict governmental control and a rigid enforcement ot all the laVs enacted to restrain the rich and powerful from encroaching upon the natural and legal rights of the poor and weak Theiconstitution of the ancient re hi h for 500 years had recognized the voice of the people as supreme was expanded by execu live interpretation and contracted by exe utive adn1nistratIon until Rome bad o completely outgrown Its demo crK tic Qondi ns as to become only a tragfedy and a tradition Let us implore Jhe aid of Him on high to pre serve us from the errors which ruined Rome by the avoidance of which America may travel on to that destiny that fulfillment which will be the Inspiration of rightthinking men of all to come OurJgQvernment is divided into three separate and distinct coordi nate branches the legislative the executive and the judicial Danger will surely come to this republic when any of these departments of govern meat Attempt in the slightest degree to usurp the functions of the other And while now and then it may be that a jfcourt of the land in construing the constitution may nullify a section of It I have the faith to feel that the peo pie of he country will rise above the fallibility of Judicial tribunals land asserttand preserve their own rights not to criticise the execu tive the legislature or the judiciary Very recently there has come from the highest judicial tribunal in the land a decision of vital interest and concern to the American people because it has established a principle as stated one member of the court whlchiwould work a radical change our governmental system and would Inaugurate a new era In the American judicial system and in the rela tions of the national and state gov ernments It would enable the subor dinate federal courts to supervise and controllithe official action of the states as thotJgh they were dependencies or provinces It would place the states of the union in a condition of infer iority never dreamed of when the con stitution was adopted or when the eleventh amendment Was made a part of the supreme law tot the land If this jsr the result of this decision it Is to my mind one of the unhappy incidents in the history of our repub lic because the very theory of our government Is based upon the right of the states to control absolutely their gTm domestic affairs If then our whol system of gov ernment is changed ave we not only retarded the progres of the republic but have we not gone back a century toward a centralized form of gov ernment which 4s not to the advantage of the people What this government needs is njot more power What it needs today is to so distribute the privileges under the government that all citizens will have equal opportunity America has been called the land of opportunity But American opportunity should not mean aj granting of special privileges to any Jass but should afford all alike the means for culture education pros perity and contentment For nearly a entury and a halt America has presented to the world the spectacle of a happy prosperous and intelligent people maintaining a pure democracy founded up4n their supreme will The a de mocrac is that hallmarkrr gov ernment are close Throughout the wherever de mocracy is advancing its progress is marked by a greater measure of self government to each community Will the American people turn to the set ting rather than the rising sun Shall wo now because some lays are found Irksom by a class and interfere with their selfish aims commence to de prive pur sovereign stages of that measureofli1me rule which until now they have seen fit to reserve to them selves I cannot believe it Upon the contrary I believe that the limita Uons upon state and federal govern ments jthe nice balancing of the pow ers of each and of the different de partments in each which have been ao effidaciousj In the past will be maintained in their full RIgor in the future i i Therefore discharging all of our responsibilities as citizens of a country refusing to surrender our rights of citizenship in any degree let us so live that the heroism exemplified on this anU other American battlefields may not be simply a tradition and the national wisdom of our forefa thers avmere legend but that through us and those to cOme America will reach her full destiny in the perma nent establishment of a perfect union which Shall be not for today nor for tomorr w but forever and be so es tablished that it will be for all of overnmentahallnot I 1 1 4I N DrW Fo Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D 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MONEY t H IS BY LONG DISTANCE TLEP NECi FOR MTES APPLY TO LOCAL MMMER tA CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO 1 ctcINC9RPORATCO 1 t c r lt e W c l t t r j ILi l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1908 I Proctor Knott for Dekfate 1fLebanon Enterprise John p Wake iiold Ihe1 well known writer of Ken tuc tcy noI4cal gossp In hi+ letter to tt1ieCinciiwiitiJEnquirer a Ievj days ago fiad the following be read with inter tDemocrats of Marion county propose td pay a complement to former Govern or 3 Proctor Knott of Lebanon by i DpmocraticState St teat large to the Denver conyen tion Governor Knott although in 4feebte health is still a famaliar figjire onj the streets of Lebanon and takes a fffsee the Democrats redeem themselves 2ahd wants to live to see Democracy triumphant in the state and nation Stock alesr liebahoti Enterprise Robert Flana gart sold to Pemberton Brothers Eliz abthtownone harness horse for 140I and WashingtontIcounty one S ma Mackin sold one gaited horse tQ joe S Wymond of Aurora Indiana for 300 and to Pemberton Brothers one harness horse for 210 Henry Gartm bought of George Gar iini one pair of horse mules 6 years I ldi 16 hands high for 320 J E May sold to Bobbitt Litsey of Washington county 500 bushels of corn at the crib at 60 cents per bushel Auctioneer Campbell of Springfield oncounty court day made the following I sales 20 head of cattle weight about 550 lbs at 2450 per head 20 head of Icattle weight about 700 Ibs 2950 per head ope Jersey cow 4450 one old mare 31 one yearling colt 60 I plug mare 650 1 plug mare 351 small jack 75 1 mare 75 one pony 49 Auctioneer Whayne reports the sale plyghoQrDaniel Peterson ODaniel Young bosold old B S Mattingly 200 head of cattle at 610 per cwt These cattle are on slop at the Loretto distilleries and are to be deliyered May 1 f BOOKER J Mr and Mrs Ed Pile were in Spring field Tuesday on business Master Theo Boblitt and little Miss Catherine Pie spent Tuesday with their cousin Master Harry Boblitt at Mr jEmmet Settles Mrs Lou Settle wife of Mr Joe Settle who has been confined to her bed iwith inflammatory rheumatism for the pat three or four weeks is some better at this writing Mrs Mary Bell Pile and little daugh ter Catherine and Miss Lilly Pile vis- itd Mrs Joe Goatley at Mt Zion last Th rsdayevening Mr Louis Kirsch Jr is in Louis yule this week with Mr B F Settle of Maud Mrs Ben Pile and daughter Miss Litfie spent last Tuesday with Mrs Alvin Riley of Strin town t Messrs Edd Riley and Walter Old ham of Nelson county spent Sunday6 evening at the home of Mrs Josie Set tIe Mr andMrs Arthur Mudd and little daughter were in Mooresville Sunday Mand MrsEdd Pile and little daughter spent Sunday with Mr and MrsiJoe Goatley at Mt Zion and were accompanied home Sunday even ing by Mr and Mrs Goatley Mr Emmet Settle sold a milkcow and some steers to Mr Howard Tatum x f Yalley Hill Mr Otis Settle attended the lodge at Maud Saturday nightiMrs Nancy Pile and daughter Miss Lillie attended church at Camp ground Sunday and were accompanied home by Mr Alvin Riley and wife of String Jboyrn Nelson county SYCAMORE VALLEY 1The farmers are very much behind with their work on account of so much rain 7 Lee Settle bought a cow from James Coulter for 35I J D Sutherland sold ah aged mare 4 to Albert Hines for 75 TVe are glad to say J T Prather is recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia Tom Settle is quite ill at this writing with pneumonia Robert Mcllyoy is recoverIng from ia n attack of pneumonia Will Bowles bought a cbw from Rome Colvin for 3750 The fall school at this place will be taught by Miss Ethel Rogers JT W Sutherland has returned home KyjFair- view r is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs J M Shields Mr and Mrs BH Mcllvoy were in Willisburg Friday afternoon Mrs J D Sutherland spent Monday afternoon with Mrs B P Prather Mr Sam Settle and son Frank of Lebanon visited his brother J H Settle Saturday night and Sunday The peopleof this community are in Jii f I t b yited to be present at Hillsboro church next Sunday evening and organize Sunday school at that place Let every one come out and lets see whit can be lone for we are in great fled of a Sunday school at this place West Bailey yisited his parents at texas VMr and MrdL M Clark enter tained quite a number Sunday with their graphaphone All present report quite an enjoyable time I WHITEHALL G D Shewmaker sold a bunch of hjpgsto Walter Shewmaker at 4J cents i Lawrence Walker sold a cow to Dan taneylast weekprice unknown Jannie Johnson of Harrodsburg is Visiting her sister Mrs W T Bottoms G L Warner and wife spent Sunday vith EW Steele and family I Mrs EnnBusby is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Sue Turner Who is very sick f Mr L H Walker and wife spent Sunday with Jerome Wells Little Evan J Burton spent Monday night with his grand parehts Mr and Mrs Wm Jt5usby We are glad to report Mrs Mealie Ruby who has been very low with pneumonia much improved jMr John Ruby after spending a week with his mother has returned to his home in Indiana Mrs Guile Cooksey is spending the w ek with her mother Mrs Jim De vine who is very ill at this writing spentMondaySharp of Mackville Quite a number from this vicinity at tended church at Willisburg Sunday f HARDESTY IMr Burse and Mrs Newton of Lebanon are visiting Mrs Burses parents Mr and Mrs S Go Hardesty Mr Tom Snider and wife of Chap lip spent Monday last with Mrs Sni ders mother at this place Mrs W0S Y Goodlett and daughters Veleria and Ola visited her moth er1 Mrs Wells of Antioch several days last week Mr Henry Royalty was in our midst orie evening last week Mr Oph Gnder bought of Mr J R Gray one cow and calf Price 3750 Mrs Andrew Wiikerson and daugh tejr Elizabeth were guestsof Mrs T JTrent last Tuesday 4 Mrs Ci P Goatley of Valley Hill was in this vicinity one evening last week Mr Russell Hardin spent Sunday wth Mr Herbert Hardesty mHsborospentMonday Mr John Nicks sold to Mr Tom Reed one sow and pigs Price 15 tMr W P Montgomery bought of Mr JM Sales one milch cow Price 35 Several from here attended church at WnllisbUrg Sunday 1 SPARROW iFarm work of all kinds is somewhat delayed oh account of wet weather Jears are entertained that most of the fruit is killed or greatly damaged Wheat rye and grass of all kinds are vety prosperous Guy Dawson of Bloomfield bought of J C Stewart sixihogs at 4 50 per head Also of W C Cammack three hogs for 1100 Jv W Romine bought of Owen Cross field six sheep for 34 Also of W C Cammack one sheep for 9 the contents of the store of W R Mdore will be sold April 15 at public auction Mrs Allie Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa spent from Saturday until Monday with the formers daughter at Leathers Store J 0 Webb and wife spent last Tues day night with Dr W T Barnett and wife at Mackville Rev J A Harding principal of the Potter Bible College of Bowling Green will preach at old Fair Mount the third Sunday in May All are cordially invited to attend TKe superintendent of public schools haJ condemned the school house at this place so we have to build a newschool house before we have any school taught Many farmers in this vicinity have abquf decided not to grow any tobacco ini9b8 We trust that the tobacco question may soon be settled night riders stopped peace and confidence restored arid let law and order reign supreme throughout the State r HAPPY HOLLOW a Mr EL Parish and family spent Sunday with Mr Solomon Kays and family at this lace ATr J M Shields and family and Mrs John Armstrong dined Sunday with MrM 1 Keeling and family at this place Mr Gilbert Chesser of Polin spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs Solomon Kays Miss Effie Coulter spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Mallie Shields at this place Mto Richard Hardin and family of t 3 LiL Scruggsville spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs Tom Coulter ghterMiss themrMrs Solomon Kays and two children have returned home after a weeks phesseratMiss Sarah Shields spent Sunday night with Mrs J S Thomas Mr Sam Settle spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother Mrl J H Settle of near here Miss Sarah Shields spent Thursday night with Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong Mr Sam Settle of Marion county while visiting at this place Saturday and Sunday had his horse to get hung in a wire fence and seriously hurt Miss Mallie Shields spent Sunday night with Miss Effie Coulter of near here Mr TW Sutherland his returned home after a weeks stay with his son Mr Ezra Sutherland and wife at Buff alo Mr Tom Settle is very sick with pneumonia Misses Pearl Armstrong and jClaudie Royalty of Sprincrfield spen t from Saturday until Monday with tjieir un cle Mr J W Walls and family of BrooksyIlle Hallie Keeling is on the sick list this week We Are Responsible For lrimeI To the trained observer of liffe it is obvious that criminate are oton the whole to blame for their yicioiis Careers For twentyfive years as a police reporter in New York I sawi all the wIckedfrpof depraved human na ture says Jacob Riis in the May D- elineatorI saw a seemingly unending succession of young rascals so the po lice had stamped them and the record on the stationhouse blotter bore them outgoing from the slums through the wicketgate of the Tombs to the prison and to the gallows and it was ia sight to discourage any one whose horizon was limited by our earthlife The chill of it abides with me yet But behind it all I made out also what it was that had depraved their poor human nature and that the responsibility lay with us who letIt be whose neglectj of the thievesIwe a so can fl111c9it good A GIRLS WAY HoraceF like to take a girl to a game of football HaroldWhy b HoraceShe doesnt know a thing about the game but she always Jumps up and down and squeals Big Vole Yis Missus Maloney remarked Mrs Lafferty me husband wuz Select ed prlsld nt of th Janitors union be a sweepin majority Toledo Blade 11l 1Eggsi For Sale For Hatching Purposes A T 1 for IS White Plymoth RocKs Fischel strainsThe Rest Breed infl byJudgeA c Kimball Springfield Ky f lf Being Original ELL said Mrs Steelby sighing with a somewhat weary complacency today I really did a good days work John Hows that querfed Steelby briefly attacking his chop with fer vor You know how rushed I always am at Christmas John explained his wife so that I get packages all mixed up and send people the wrong articles by mistake For instance that little break of mailing pink baby booties to our esteemed bachelor uncle John assisted Yesv agreed his wife hastily That particular blunder was tUla sore point The uncle was a rather important personage potentially if not actually But more than that John its the foolish selections you make when you are hurried You dbnt have a chance to show any originality Mrs Briggs who talked beautifully at the club Wednesday showed us that It was a positive insult to our friends to give them things picked Up in a hurry at the last minute Whats all this got to do with your day prompted her husband select- Ing rd hot blsctiit from the plate at hjls elbow Why everything said Mrs Steel by lucidly Please explain insisted Steelby 2we3LZsaid his wife after listen- Ing to Mrs Briggs I made up my mind to be as original as I possibly could be In every single case So I caught the 915 train this morning and sim ply put in the day downtown looking for things Steelby groaned Were you part of that throng of women which tramped up and down the streets all after noon he snapped Why John Of course I spent part of my time there but nearly all day I Just looked at things in the shops I think Its the only way to get ideas just look and look until you happen to think of what you want Oh so thats the Idea Is it Inquired Steelby with a noticeable lack of sympathy Im glad to get a line at last on the processes of the female mind Of course it is Mrs Steelby as sured him tI dont know how many counters Ive stood at to day Every thing is terribly crowded But I al ways managed to get attention one way or another Hows that What do you mean 1 demanded her spouse suspiciously but Mrs Steelby hurried on without noticing the interruption- It was an awfully hard day John You men have no notion what a drain this Christmas shopping Is Especial ly when you insist upon being original By one oclock I was completely fagged out I happened to run across Mrs Peters Just t enandwe went up to the lunchroom and had a cup of tea I wasnt going to eat anything and she thought at first she would just have a glass of milk but everything looked so good that we ended by ordering a chafingdish obster and some salad and coffee and ices After that we both felt rested Hm remarked Steelby to his coffee cupSIt takes these delicate little women to put It all over a cpal heaver when It comes to appetite But It is such a satisfaction to know hat you hivA accomplished n lot pursued his wire dreamily I dont mind being all t1rd out and rotes ing five calls and Bearing my lace waist In a basement bargain depart ment I feel very grateful to Mrs Briggs for putting it Into my head to be really original this Christmas What did you get inquired Steel by with his first real appearance of interest He placed his napkin on the table and sat back in his chair much soothed in spirit by an excellent din nero and prepared to listen to a long catalogue of novel and striking pur chases I got began Mrs Steelby Impressively and paused I got she went on after a moment checking off the items on the fingers of her left hand six monogram handkerchiefs for Ned a game for Willie and calen dar for Sue a box of notepaper for each of Cousin Harrys children a book for your sister a necktie for each of your brothers and for you a big lovely box of cigars For moment Steelby remained star ing at his wife Then he burst into a roar of laughter Original he gasped between paroxysms Fnnally he quieted down and wiped blseyesLetfsampl that box gested Chicago Daily News Was Original Thunderer The original Thunderer of Print- Ing House square was not as many people suppose the famous newspaper itself but one of its writers Capt Ed 3 ward Sterling who after being called to the bar and serving as a volunteers during the Irish rebellion finished a versatile career oir the staff of the Times Capt Sterling was a well known figure in London political cir cles and was father of the most fa mous John Sterling critic essayist and friend of Wordsworth Coleridge and De Quincey fIt t T i r r 1908 1 SEASON FLOATER NO 8315 BookByV by 101sta full brother to Almont Jr DamofAlmontwas fdam by Pilot Jr 12 2nd dam of Floater was by Pecks Idol 177 he Membrinp Chief 11 thoroughbredFloater is a handsome bay 16 hands high good disposition and a sure Hwoldestand action and good doers STONEWALL 906FifteenthOtairstatemenv TERMS Floater 1 2 to Insure a Living Colt Stonewall 8 for horse and 1o for mare mule j Mares traded or parted with or bred elsewhere without permission oltsuntiloccurI former patronage and solicit a con tinuance of same J E SHELBY r SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Mrs B L Litsey has for sale Buff Orpington eggs 15 for 100 J E Stevenson Mooresville has for sale a nice young cow Fresh Mrs S B Thompson Jr Rt 3 has for sale the Big White Pekin duck eggs 15 for 75c L W Campbell near town has for sale six work horses and one work mule Call at Campbells furniture store Mrs B D Lake Springfield has for sale pure bred Buff Orpington eggs 15 for 50c Phone 75 S E Shewmaker Rt 3 has tor sale a good family mare safe for a child to drive Also a good milk cow Mrs J I Martin Rt 1 has for sale single comb Rhode Island Red eggs yard35cMrs S G Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Reds eggs 50c for 15 Mrs R B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale S C Rhode Island Red AlsoBarred Kyhasand 20c a piece Mrs Lizzie Bosley Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Pure Bred Single Comb PlymouthRock Grundy Home Rt2 has for sale Light Brahma eggs 13 for 50cts OTICEIf you are going to raise SingleCombPrice reasonable Mrs C C Christie LebanQn Kvf Rt 3 it A Thompson Rt 2 has for sale Buff Wyandotte eggs 30c for 15 Mrs Palmer Goatley has for 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 Mrs T K Smith Springfield has for sale white Leghorn eggs 15 for 50c Mrs L N Reed R F D3 has for sale eggs from pure S C B Leghorn stock 100 for 15or 150 for 30 Albert Hinesy Rt 3 has forsale a nice sow and pigs Also six shoats which will weigh about 85 pounds Springfieldhasfor setting of 15 Mrs Li E Ross Pt has tor sale White Pekin duck eggs at 50c for 12 Also two Pit Game roosters at 75c Apiece fortale0 for 100 Mrs E S Clements Rt 1 has for ale guinea eggs Send orders and eggs will sbe say d at 50c per setting ot 15 eggs Thi Sun and Daily Kntucky Staff Journal both ont yiarv 4 t HOFFMAN DARE tI Sired by Dignity Dare Jfo 19812 Chester Dare No 1014 Black Squirrel No 58 Black Eagle No 14 U KingiWilliam No 67 Dam Mary No 240 2nd dam Rav by Anderson Ben v No 15605 Record 220J 3rd ofBayDESCRIPTION Blacfci 16 hand stileandhorse and coraesi from a family on Bfth sides that have a noted record HOFFMAN DARE will make the StockFarmLebanon pike for the sum of I 10To Insure a LivingjColt II I will also stand 2 Good Jacks At Same Place for SI 1TO INSURE LIVING COW Your patrottawfris kindly solicited Apply WES GibbsISf SprinfleldKy Poultr RaisingPys 1hNow is the time of year to fee your fowls a good tonic R41144 cures1 Cholera Roup Gapes and Limberrieck When fed as a preventive it not only 1 keeps them healthy but makes them lay Give each sick fowlS to 5 drops efeeda week Turkey require a IIm lelJdose Price 50 cents Guaranteed by Haydon Roberts n Druggists = Bubjwribe for TnJ Sun 100 4 stt