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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r a w4 4Jv tcr4b 4 t 4 J r t 24ft UfliS- lI1 TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY h 1YT r VOLIJMEIYS ct f f 4 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 1908 NUMBEI 20 III I EDITORIALIJi SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR j t I 4W0E TO HIM THAT BtilLDETH TOWN WITH STABLISHETH A ClTrBY t Recent cremarksH of Editor Sam D iTHobertsprove that he is not afigidto speak out- in meeting In the following convincing j language Mr Roberts tfells HOW Brad Jey was elected and HOW the county vj Wait bill was killed i 1The very things we feared came to pass the Senatorial deadlock con tinued everything was done to aggr iyate rather than allay party feeling and every measure looking to better Apolitical conditions upobwhich the Rev had set was abandoned in the struggle to manipU late legislation in of GoV Bradley s Senatorial candidacy The county unit bill to which the Republi cans were pledged in their party plat form was traded upon for weeks and was in a fair way to be shelved in thfc House by Republican vptes until a storm of protests compelled a complete change of program i The election of GbV Bradley as Senator by the votes of three recogniz ted Democratic liquor representatives Jon the day after thecounty unit bill ipassed the lower House w explained 4by the assurance thatenough Reputy j ican yotes in the Senate jpledged to defeat the temperance mea ire it is a reiarkjble coincidence t 8tttorsIcy Democrats voted against everY proposition looking to the passage of unit bill from the election of Bradley to the final adjournment of the general Assembly 7 hThe election of Gov Bradley to the TLTnited States Senate iby this unholy alliance was accomplished by the sacri fice of every hope of securing nonpar xisan registration election and redis tricting laws and by the practical pudiation of the Republican platform declaration In favor of a uniform coun jty unit bill and it has wrecked Gov l illsons administration so far as con tructive political legislation is con ernedand opened the way for the re Jiabilitation of Gov BecKham on a tem iierance platform I The United States Senatorship wasj riot worth the price the Republicans off Kentucky paid for i and we believe day will come when the election ofj I Senator Bradley will be ooked upon as party calamity J The above brands the c k party in Kentucky wihia 1scdrletletI jjter When we consider erts is one of the leaders of his 1he accusation he makes must necesl krily fall heavily uppnjthe honorable + men who affiliate with the Republicans 4 I j Sanitation destroys typhoid t germs H vy l JA bushel of lime wilVcpstless than a fcox of spills 4 kNOW is the time to observe cleanli ness and to remember that it is next to Godliness Screen out the flies the Hfedevils are death messengers i i Weeds are miserably foul and are hotbeds of disease 4 1 Sip not from the old wells about town OHon Harry McChesney has opened a Jaw office in Frankfort and will active ly engage in the practice oflaw Mr j McChesney served the State four years r as Superintendent of Public Instruction and another four years as Secretary of State He was an excellent official I hejs a good fellow a strong Democrat and we are sure he will prove to the public that he is a good lawyer Harry I McChesney has preached Democracy from very stump in Kentucky he prjeached it in a mUnner that made the ljoys rise to their feet and whoop and then sit down and stamp and we will be delighted to hear that he has got th jre with both feet in the practice V of his profession T A Floyd Byrd the brilliantlawyer who acquired fame by his prosecution of the Hargis cases has announced his Candidacy for the Democratic nomina ti for Congress in the Tenth distnct The districts now represented by Mr Langley Republican Last November Hhd d strictKavea majority of 600 for thJRepublicanStateti kel J t yi4lf J William OConnell Bradley the grand old man of the Republican parI ty of Kentucky has smeared on warpaint twirled his tomahawk lim bered his limbs in sayage shindy and is now upon the raging stump warwhoop ing against Taft And we of the Democratic party are gigglihg we are clap ping our hands because its fun to see Blustering Billy gesticulating in such a splendid manner Intimations of Republican origin are given out that W 0 B ia receiving so much per spiel and it is asserted that when he gets through with Taftthere will be a lot of stuff in the inside pocket of the gen tleman who in the opinion of Mr Roberts of Lexington was elected to the United States Senate by ancun holy alliance In this instance Bradley imay be snorting free of charge he may be rearing up and kick mg up just for the tisitlOn of showing his hoofs to the fellows in front and his heels to the fallows be hind However it is not often that the Wiley Willie gives a free show and we havq every reason to Selieye there is some powerful coaxer behind his present effort The Kentucky State Journal is posed to adding four more btkbattle bnishedIdumbfounded why Bro Walton has turned his back up n the old custom of prep ring for war in time of peace An old scrap peri like the editor of the Sttl e JoirL- nal ought to advocate the manufacture of big guns with hair trIggeapa MIlkmakeflakes in whirlwinds Mr Watterson says Personally I haye no doubt that Mr Bryan will be nominated at Denyer and 1 think thit WE have a good chance to elect him Now that sounds good Fact isit lis delightful to Democratic ears WE have a good chance to elect him The attention of the reader is called to the we in the sentence AlcocksIhas expanded from a six to a seven column sheet and takes rank now with the best country weeklies m the State Eight Children Left Orphans Midway Ky April 20Two deaths have just taken place in this communi ty and as a result eight children the youngest of whom is only two months of age are left fatherless andmother less i9n last Thursday Mr Ryiand Wil loughby a tenant on the farm of Mr James B Moore near Midway started in a buggy with wife and little babe for Georgetown where they intended to spend part of the day in shopping When within two miles of that city Mrs Willoughby became suddenly ill suffering at first froma fainting spell She grew quickly worse and died a short time after reaching Georgetown Coming back home deeply grieved at the loss of his companion the heartbroken father began at once to arrange per the comfort of his little ones so suddenly deprived 6f a mothers love and influence On Saturday morning he arid his old jest son left home in a twohorse wagon for a load pf coal The coal was loaded tin the wagon and all went well with them until they were almost athome when in driving the team thrpugh the farmgate the father hecam caught between one of the wagon wheels and the gate post Just at this time the team made a sudden lunge and his body was pinioned seriously injuring him aoout the stomach He was taken to his home only a short distance from where the accident occurred but lived only a short time after reaching there The accident was a horrible one and his death as also thesad death of his wife is greatly deplored in the entire ommunity The family came originally from Eastern Kentucky but for sever al years have made their home in Scott county having but recently moved to the farm of Mr Moore His funeral Was held on afternoon ii r LONGING fIL Byron Williams I am Jaded and cloyed with the struggle In the feUd den of slaves t fAnd my heart Is athirst for the wood land It Where the pulsing river laves1 i I am sick for the tide of the grasses For the peace of the soughing elm For the joys of a cruise In the clover Fa drift with an unmanned helm Ah My hend In the depth lOfilhujyaHeya Where the rivulet sings along1 Is as glad as the world that is bursting With the joy of a Nature bong And the thrushes are trilling their love songs While the kingfisher shrIeks with glee And the skater bugs skip on the billows While en route toa tar off sea See the cardinal flash In the bushes And the tanlger flit on high From a monarch dethroned by the tIght ning Hear the redhead vent hIs cry Death of Mr Homan Mr L M Homan a higHly respected citizen of the Willisburg neighbor- hoOd died suddenly Friday night at 1115 oclock He had been in ill health for quite a while but his death came very unexpectedly The deceased was a member of the Methodist church and was a conscientious Chrfstianj He was tan accomodating neighbor and was charitable toward all people In his t death the community as well as his family has sustained a severe loss The deceased is survived by his wife three children and one sister The children are Mr C W Homain of this place Miss Emma Homan qf Willis bUIJiiand Mr J S Homan of Illinois theWster is MrsJB Baker of near Cardwell Funeral services Were conducted by Roy Lyon Monday morning and inter ment occurred at Willisburg bc1reavedCelebrated Silver Wedding Last Saturday from 2 to 5 oclock Mr and Mrs H M ONan celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage with a silver wedding at their country home three miles from town Mrs ONan had beautifully decorated her homewith lilacs red buds and car nations and despite the miserable weather a host of Iriendcalled then joy the beauty of the scene and the hospitality of their hoi ts and to bidi them Godspeed Mr and Mrs ONan were assisted in receiving by Mr and Mrs 0has Anderson and Mrs Geo Anderson of Danville and Mrs A H McChord of Lebanon Mr and Mrs manyhandsome Acquitted Yesterday Sam Spalding of color was tried before Judge Litsey on the charge of selling whisky in local option territory The evidence was that Ned Hardin had given Spalding money with anfthernegro pathwayForSee him hide In his shell when the bare root With a whoop meets him face tb face And the swimming hole Jeep In the bayou Is apulse with a cooing strain callingToI am jaded arid weary of striving In the fetid den of slaves I would yield to the call of the river Where the pulsing billow laves I would go to the elm and the clover And forget all the woes 1 feel 1 would sink into rest in the grasses All athirst at the spring Id kneelr 1 struggleWithI countryTo town and delivered it to Spalding Spalding then gave Nad his snare of it for which the grand jury indicted the former charging that a sale had been made The jury found the defendant not guilty IshamWaters On Tuesday evening April 7 at half past seven oclock Miss Lula Waters of Parksville and Mr James J Isham were united in the holy bonds of matri mony by the Rev Edwards an uncle of the bride Miss Lillie Waters a sis ter of the bride was bridesmaid while Mr William Nevew was best man Aft r the ceremony supper was served to all antI after this a lawn party was given The bride wore a gown of white satin made princess and covered with fine Iri h bobnet She carried Easter lillies and brides roses After a one nights stay with the brides parents they left for Louisville where they ex poet to spend their honeymoon Mr Isham is a wellknown farmer of Wash ington cqunty while the bride is an excellent school teacher of Boyle county We extend congratulations to the hap py coupland wish them a long and happy lif Corn To Go Higher Harrodstyiirg Herald Cprn will sell 20 cents per bushel higher than wheat within the next ten years and stay there is the view expressed by H D Wetmore a grain man and globe trot muchIworth more pound for pound than wheat as meat and fat producer he said The world has but a limited area of land adaptable to raising corn as it can only be produced at certain altitudes while the wheat area is prac tic lly unlimited The only reason that corn has always sold lower than wheat theIunfamiliar with its uses and value and we had always grown more than we could use at home This country has now come to the poirft where it does grainthereforeful position among the cereals MISS LIDA MATTINGLY A Loved And Respected Young Woman Passes Away After A Few Days Illness of Bronchial Pneumonia Monday morning at 1245 oclock Miss Lida Mattingly died at the home of her brotherinlaw Mr J F Simms of bronchial pneumonia aeed thirty four years Miss Mattingly was taken sick last Wednesday but no immediate alarm was felt until Sunday when her family gave up all hope of her recov cry Miss Mattingly was the daughter of the late Martin Mattingly and of Mrs Sallie Mattingly whoisiirvives The other membersof the family who are living are Mrs Cynthia Waterman of Ogdensburg N Y Mrs J FJ Simms and Mrs F W Simms of Springfield sisters and Messrs Ben J and L F Mattingly of Lebanon and John and Bernard Mattingly of Louis ville brothers Her grandmother Mrs Cynthia Thbmpson who is ninetytwo years of age is also living For the past ten years Miss Matting ly had made her home with the family of Mr John F Simms and while here retiring quiet disposition prevented her meeting many she nevertheless won the respect and admiration of all who knew her No one could have been more considerate of the aged than she of her mother and venerable grand mother no one more thoughtful of the comfort of her sister and the happiness of her young nieces and nephews than she and while she has gone to a better home her influence is left behInd and her kindness held in tender memory Funeral services were held at St Dominics church yesterday morning after which the body was interred in St Augustmes cemetery in Lebanon I Have Come to Stay I have located in Springfield as a representative of the Montenegro Riehm Music Co of Louisville Ky We will place in the hands of the public highgrade pianos and organs at low prices Any one can buy from us by making a small cash payment and easy monthly or quarterly payments or payments as best suits the customer I call your attention especially to the Auto FlayerPiano which you will find on exhibition at Ed M Russells Jew elry Store The merits of this instrument are so numerous that it is useless to attempt to put them in print For this reason we have put one in Mr Russells store where you can see and hear it for yourself This instrument can be successfully operated by a child ten years of age I will be at Mr Russells store county court day and will be pleased to show the qualities of this instrument If you want an organ or piano dont let this opportunity escape as I am located here to keep all instruments in repair that I sell C H BOHANNON 4 50SECOND HAND SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE All Makes Good as New I GOOD ONES RANGING IN PRICES FROM 250 to 15 All GUARANTEE to do GOOD WORK goodMachine tJF BISHOP At Boblit Bishops Livery Stable SPRINGFIELD KY4 f i j PIt DEEP CREEK i It is seated that the farmrsthere are not going to raise a tobacco crop this yea4 yet the situation neat the woods lofyka more like they are contrary to jthe so stated fact for smoke and grubbing are seen here and there They say jas they cant have tobacco to sell to get some pay for their summers labor on the farm they aregoing to make con answer for it A good neighbor was down at the f home of your correspondent one day last weel4and said that she wouldbe much pleased if I would just state through my next letter what her neigh bors were doing over on Middle Pong She said they were all piecing carpet raps going to turkey nests out 1 in the fields and cleaning up for spring while the little ones were eagerly hunt ing up hen eggs so they could have ja big share of them on Easter During jthe past wek there have been several of our neighbors that had to take t9 the house for several days owing to sickness At this time of y aI there is Ijardly anyone found tnaten jbs an all day lay in trie beds or stay in the hoiise Spring time is the de mandhie put door work for those who have crops land gardens to raise and all a- in this line of business dare not miss all the good opportunities it gives Mr and Mrs Ida Elliott had as their guests last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Creed Arnold and Mr and Mrs Adam Elliott all i f Boyle county i Mrs littfe Reid T qarpenter who have been quite sick throughout this week we are glad to report much bettor and hope thati4 a few days they will be out enjoying tliese lovely spring days with US ItWhile openedItheir doors and begun school ours re mains closed at present but as the talk goes the door wont remain closedtong and then the cry of happy school eirfc and boys wll be heard on their way to where they are to obtain better know ledge of the world and what is in it There is a rumor here tliat the young ladieV will have a May day on the first day of Mayj TheQueen for the day is riot chosen yet but if the report is true they jvill haveto set up the pole and practic running around it and choose theit Queen a few days before the OCCasIO takes place One young lady says nothing would be more pleas ant than to have this come out all true Gov Bradleys Position Evening Post Gov Bradley isons of those unfortunate men who cannot stand a little temporary and accidental success The Republicans in the last Legislature tore their platform to tatters and sacrificed all important legisla tion to make Bradley Senator and the work was accomplished by as odious an alliance as tle party ever made After with Democratic assistance nullifying platform pledges for both parties Goy Bradley is sending his agents into very Republican district in Kentucky to stir upstrife in the party and to nut party success an peril In the Third district his campaign will serve only to imperil the election of a Republican Congressman just as his activity here difficult the elec tion of a Republican Congressman In the Eleyenth district failing to make Power run agaibst Edwards a man named Mathews is sent into the district to attack Mr Edwards and in cidently to denounce the Evening Post When Bradley and his political guerril las were silent or intimidated and Were doing nothing for civil liberty when nothing less than 1000 could drag Bradley to Kentucky to take the stump for Yerkes and civil liberty the Even ing Post every day was demanding for Powers and very man accused a fair trialaid was raising money to employ counsel for every innocent man in pent Today under the diaphanous pretense of aiding Powers qIathwand Bradley are roving over the State seeking to revive the repudiated and discredited leadership of the past to separate the Republicans of Kentucky from the pr9ojgressive Republicans ofhe nation ndtt-o I surrender eyery district in thcSUtol that Bradldy may reign alone atWash irigton The sO Derthe Republicans makpIt clear that Bradley does not contro ttbe party in any ot its purposes the strong er win the party be in this State Ken tucky may bjs induced to accept the principles for which Roosevelt and Taft speak but it will never accept Bradley Hunter Todd Deboe and Mathews as their political feaders Snbct tor iTne Sui OOl tsubacr1bi 8w 1 l fo1JC f t rI rr 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 1908 I CHESTNUT I I DARE i F J I flfcSTNUT DARE ii a Large Handsome Saddle and liar ness Horse witi Style Bone Substance Finish and Conformation He combines the blood of the Great Chester Dare and the renounedI Chief FamiyHis sire i Chester pare lO and his dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief the sire of Harrison Chief the grandsire of the great Montgomery Chief and BoujrbonKing A test of breeding qualities of dTTiorse is the sale arid show ring As to the sale ringhe sired the highest priced lot of colts ever sold in Wash ingtoncounty As to the how ring not one of his colts of four seasons have ever been defeated by the colts of any horse owned or farmed in They won every tie blue and red eight in all given by the Washington County Fair Association at odr last fair His yearlings won six of the ightrjbbons tieI in full rings He sired the winning two yearold the 2nd premium threeyearold harness mares in rings of seven entries white t tie wusj auuwu only uriuc m saddle nd harness rings of eight entries and won Mr Allen who was selected by the Fair Company and considereda fair and impartial Judge said his colts of eighteen entries had more tyle and finish than any lot of colts he ever saw none ring A comparison of his rings of colts to those of other thebreedersnot c nly produceS sellers t weanlings but sellers and show hors as they advance m age I aguh solicit the patronage of all owners of mares in this and adjoining counties gOOdI This horse will make the present season at my place near S r I 10 20I I I IRF DNo3 Protests Against Pardons Frankfort Ky April 17The hear ing of the argument in the Powers Howard pardon cases was resumed at t 1130 thfs morning and tne feature of the d ywas a thirtyminutetalk by Arthur Goebel protesting agaitist the grtmtingiof the pardons Commonwealths Attorney Franklin i spoke for nearly three hours quoting frequently from the testimony and he was followed by WC Owens who closes for the petitioners He spoke for an hour and will conclude his speech Iitomorrow When the hearing was resumed at 1130 Arthur Goebel was the first speaker Mr Goebel said that he desired to protest against the pardon of Jim How ard and Caleb Powers He referred to the efforts of the defense to protect Henry Youtsey in thle first trial of Pow ers and yet alter he had confessed to flood him with Tiarges in the following ones He denied that it had ever been the purpose of thComhjUlh wealth o defend Youtsey It had always prose cuted him Its a disgrace to the State that Youts y has not been hanged and also that the other two have not been Ranged Mr Goebel spoke earnestly and freely without passion and with the Ease f a practiced speaker He took up the testimony of thenew witnesses introduced at the last trial of Powers dissecting their evidence carefully with the skill of the most finished criminal attorney The large crowd in the hall listened breathlessly to every word of the brother of the murdered man Mr Goebel said that in reference to the testimony of Col Scott which had not been given and had been referred to by the defense attorneys he had gone to Col Scott lifter his Scotts himbadmitted that he had fiVed the shot that killed William Goebel lIe said that Col Scott had tola him that Yout Jeytold him that he did not Mr Goebe1 closed his appeal to the Governor with a peroration so eloquent and pathetic that it brought tears to the eyes of many He said I protest against the pardon of Jim Jkoward and Caleb Powers I refer you to the record in their cases and all kindred cases I ask you to make an analytical and comparative study of the evidence ot every witness who has appeared at every trial so that the capability and the interest of every witness totell the truth may be judged The best criterion is not what I or they may say but the evidence itselfS The record shows that guilty as can be The world knows he is guilty For eight long years I have H j1 il IrCOLT IBBILEACHMANSpringfield Kentucky I assisted the Commonwealth in this bat tIe I haye done nothing not strjctly in conformance thatras I ak you to let the law take tUmberandmany enough and should be pardoned That is mercy If this is to be a question of mercy 1 ask you to listen to the requiem of the winds which chant over the grave of William Goebel and to consider that his life and liberty were as dear to him asItheirsis to them Thbre was the hall for a half minute Mr Goebel turned and walked out Gov Willson then called upon Mr Franklin to present his argument for the BELIEVE erG RIDER I WAS SHOT IN HEAP OnIin Pendleton County 4 Cincinnati April 19 Residents in anci round Butler Kybelievethat at least one man was killed in the raid of the night riders on the tobacco beds of Kyje scrape opened fire Persons in the neighborhood say that r Theddamage tothe crop A doctor who was riding by at tne time of the disturb utice asserts thalt he saw one man shot through the hea and several more ai peared to be inj red The body of the marl killed was put in a buggy and hustled aAvay he doctor said today that he was un ble to identity any of the riders as hey appeared to be strangers to him and from the condi tion of their h rses they had ridden a great distance I The Lamp Went Out iHarrodsburerald Last Wednes dayI night Mrs Harvey Terhune had occasion to go up stairs at her nome and carrIed a large lamp which had just beep filled with oil for the night In some w y she tripped and fell on com- ingtiown the s airway falling and roll- mgi down to the floor in the room se verely cutting her head by coming in cntact with a bereau breaking the lamp and saturating her clothing with thej oil but fortunately the blaze was extinguished by the falling of the lamp and the oil did not take fire which doubt would have resulted seriously if not fatally to Mrs Terhune J f fS FROM FAFMtR IWNMILL g Victor In Business StruggleBoss of 150 Hands Forest OBoss of 150 mill hands and sole chief of a 150000 company is the height to which Lizzie Dickel man climbed by beating her father In tbelIThe clash grew out of an attempt to the company more of a family yearsJtion with her father She had earned a half interest in Roofingt byIiFOl1 several years under her gu d ance a profit of 45000 a year baa been earned Then the fatherJoseph- L Dickelman thought to give a share in the business to his SOIl Lawrence ansi to his soninlaw Miss Dickelman ob edted IUnable to settle the difference on father and daughter agreed receiverIfWhenreceiver the young woman startled theS town by bidding up to 180000 against her father They were the only bidders and the parent won at the auction topping her final offer by 600 But he could not raise the 180000 to pay for the business and the daugh ter got It for 165000 She Is now in a position to give her father a job He has accepted defeat tOjbeSHOES LAST THIRTY YEARS Not Nearly Worn Out Says the Proud Owner Darby Pa Shoemakers would Pltrthatbeen wearing for 30 years and which he had made from the skin of a calf that Ihe killed It was the finest calf I had ever seen as a butcher said Green only nine weeks old and yet it weighed 335 pounds Harry F Singles and I were associated in the butcher business at the time and when we bought the calf for 12 we determined to kill It and make two pairs of boots and two pairs of shoes each out of the hide which was the finest we had ever seen You couldnt kill a calf 30 years again the morning and have the skin converted Into shoes by nightfall forcthere were no chemical processes then as now The skin had to be oak tanned and it was 13 months before we got bur skin from the tanner It weighed 35 pounds green and only 11 pounds tanned but it was a beauty We gave the skin to a bootmaker and we each got a pair of boots and a pair of shoes out of his hide We were consider d dandies with our calf skin boots and shoes In those days and we often boasted of having killed tie original owner of the skin from which we made our footwear I wore out the boots but I have been wearing the shoes now for 30 givingthemyears service In them yet The shoes cost me four dollars to have made FI1iD MYSTERY IN OLD CLOCK 1 Always Strikes pne Before Death of Any of the Family Richmond KyThe oldfashioned F Crook aged 70 years of Kingston grandfathers clock owned by Ben which has not run for a quarter of a justbeforethe past 16 years The story is told by Hon R H Crook county attorney oldclockparlor yet a few deS nloi to the Crooklilthe hour of one Three years later justbeforeagain struck one Ten years later J about 1904 the ancient timepiece chimed two and within a week the littleftwlns of Mr Crooks sister Mrs Collins Yates died the same day rgaretCrooher stepmojther she was startled by the sound of the longsilent old clock as it pealeil its fateful note one and within five days death had claimed household lockhashomeIts5aDRAW STRAWS FOR HUSBAND Winning Girl Writes to Californian Who Wants Delaware Wife t Georgetown Del Receiving a let ter from one William Hanford of San Francisco who described himself as 23 years old and possessed of no bad habits asking that a goodlooking wife who had 2000 be found for him Post master Walls fearing that he was not equal to the occasipn Inserted the let ter in a local paper wellknownladieswhole laughingly drew straws to see which should write to the Californian The lucky one a fairhaired miss who is employed In a focal store at once answered the letter and is now anxiously awaiting reply Althopgh she does not possess the 2000 cash she holds the title to two fine farms and feels that If the worst came to the worst they would support a hardworking husband 1 4 s4 Have You- Used I If not then do so when you want a good satisfactory Paint for all purposes both inside and outside Color cards and prices furnished on application StrasselGans Paint Co INCORPORATED Paints Oils Brushes Glass Etc 215 W Market St Louisville Ky HENRY CLAY FRICK Boys Who Make Good HarrOdpburiIeraldThe young man whose p ckets are filled with cigarette wrappers mustache combs fine nail cleaners looking glasses etc and have thgir mothers crease their pants daily aite not the ones who will make promising husbands The pockets of those who are helping to make the country bloom andcausing two blades of grass to grow where God planted but one will be found filled with barbed wire staples and different sizes of nails and screws They are the boys who make this country Chickens Stolen Lebanon Enterprise The hen house of Mr George Luckett in the Popes creekneighborhood was raided one night last week by chicken thieves and thirteen fine fowls stjlen In view of the fact that the stealing of a chicken is now a penitentiary offense the thief who took these thirteenfine fowls from Mr Lucketts hennefry without his permission would do well to take to the tall timber r IRIIIMIII Night Hawk Jr Sired by Night Hawk JayBirdSU George Wilkes Darn Katie White by Paladme 2 dam Maggie G byTaylors Messenger 3 dam Ball by Mambrino Columbus 4 dam Addie by Erecso NIGHT HAWK JrJvil1 make the season of 1908 at my barn I at Texas Ky at 0To Insure a Colt Until Weaning Time- D A Crosby IIIIIIIIR k j s 4 t O H 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permanent relief I got so bad I had to give upAmy business I began taking Dr Restorative Nervine In a few days I was much better and I continued to Improve until entirely cured I am In business again and never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy W L BURKE Myrtle Creek Oregon Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv Ine and we him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical CJ Elkharti Ind OGOOOOOCXKXXXXXXXXXXSOOOOOO Kentucky KingTSMi This Fine Registered Jersey Bull Will stand at the HERTLEIN farm one mile north of Springfield on 50aWITH RETURN PRIVILEGES ADOLPH HERTLEIN oooooooooooooooooooooo6od THE SUN ANDBothpspers Iyr li75WeeklyWeekly HeraldL25Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175- Weekly Atlanta 175 SemIWeekly St Lows RepublIc L75 SemiWeekly St Louis GlobefDemocrat 175 175HomeAmerican Agriculturist vl75 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders GazetteJ 2 25 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews vw 325 LippincottsMagazine 285 Scribners Magazinerc40OLedger MonthlyL75Harpers 4 85 Harpers Weekly1 435 Sunny South LBD1 The SUNl GENUINE Brown CultivatorIIIEasily Operated and Most Upt Roth Disc Shovel Styles Parallel Beams Spring1 Trips Mr Dealer Cultivate yqur Customer a pleased customer Isyour beat advertisement Mr FarmerIf you want to get rid of the blues take on a BROWN We are Stat Agents for Stude baker Wagons Oliver and BreakingPIowsThomasDiillsRakes SteelSmoothIngWrite for Catalogues A FULL LINE OF FIELD SEEDS Lewis ft Qhambirs i 162rh Louisville Ky S lceIceIc = II f FOR CASH AND 4 CASH ONLY 500 and IOOOH Pound Coupon Books For Sale at 10 rier cent Discount 1 6 1kI Springfield Welter andlI Electric Light Co mmf O t 1 l f1 J t c t JIfe tJ THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 1908 3 7 Will Distribute Money Soon i DIHarrodsburff Democrat JfrOf J Clark secretary of the Fayette county branch of the Society of Equity an fnounced Saturday that checks would be sent out in a few days dividing among the growers the morrey which has been received for the pooled tobaccosold tKus far by the executive committee l Prof Clark stated that at the recent meeting of the executive committee at Winchester it was decided to distribute this money among the growers whose tobacco had been sold and that as soon as blank checks could be printed the distribution wouldbegin Prof Clark denied emphatically that there is myI intention on the part of the executivej committee to convert ten per cent of the sales and said This ten per cent is only held back asa reserve fund to assist those grow ers whose tobacco for any cause is not t sold and when the pooled tobacco is all sold it will be prorated among those to whom it belongs Secretary Clark further explained that the society by a recent decision of the executive committee had voted to retain ten per cent of all of a certain grade of tobacco and twentyfive per cent of all ofanother grade as a reserve fund and that was how the re 1 rtot a tew per tent assessment for f current expenses got fixed in the pub tic mind When all of the first gfade of to bacco in the pool is sold said Secre torY Clark the grower will receive ninety per cent of the sale price while the society will retain ten percent as gradeiinceive seventyfive pet cent of the sale price while the society will retain twentyfive per cent The per cent held back is a reserve fund for the growers sandnot a cent ofit will be squandered or go to the sofeiety but will be paid to the growers according to their pro rata when all the tobacco inthe pool is sold It is on sameiprinciple thata bank has ja reserve fund for emergency ToJtpe Demo crat Chairman Glover Kylp of the Mercer County Board said yesterday of1tobaccosaid he was not certain as exactly how much Mercer tobacco ihad been sold but thatabout two hundred hogs heads had been thousIdrodsburg banks within the next few days for distribution among the rowI ers Mr Kyle reiterated Prof statement as to the purpose pf the ten per cent holdout GIS For Sate PEKIN DUCK EGGS Stock from Mrs B F Jackson INDIAN RUN NER DUCK EGGS and DEN GOOSE EGGS WHlfrEEMH1 B F Jackson AT 4 10c EahMammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs Mrs Wright Strain 12 12C EachPens headed by a Tom from Logan county purchased of R J Burr BUFF ORPINGTON end- S C WHITE LEGHORN EGGS 1100SETTIKG OF r 15 J f l T E BALlARD Jt FD No 5 Springfield Ky CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES Timesoneveart5oo The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sundayi 8 20 CourierJournal the week 3 7f The Sun one year and the daily purierJoumal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 25 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear f 4 00 4K GREAT AND ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY OF f At Cunningham Duncan Cos I ice J S USUAL we are Offering to the trade an Up to Date and Complete line of Spring Goods and have made Prices that the buyer will at once recognize as being low We invite you tocome to see us and we believe you will after you have given attention to the prices quoted below Read the Following Prices and Let Us Save You Money Dress GoodsPlain and Fancy Voils worth 125 for 100Crape Cloth worth 125 for no liOO All Wool Dragonals worth L35 for 100 42 inch Albatross worth 75cL 50 40 inch Voils worth 65c 50 40 inch Serge worth 65cJ 50 44 inch Mohair worth 75c for 50 Black Almans Veils worth 175 for 1 125 54 inch Black Sicilians worth L25 for 90 Copyright 1907 by II Hart Schaffner 3 Marx ClaspSilk Colored Court Items Lancaster Buckner Herman colored Harrison with Hagan arrested i EMBROIDERIES Great Jaconet Swiss Prices ANDTOWELS Clothing Hart Schaffner Marx Suits Best Suits Every Suit PRICES 18to3OJMock Cos WORTH Suits ranging in to HA fi Cps for and always reliable and and sight ii in = t 20 inch Black and White Silk Gloyes 150 20 inch Black White and Tan Lisle Gloves 100 16 inch Black and White Silk Gloves 00 Clasp Tip Silk 75 Taffeta Gloves 50 16 Button Black and Kid Gloves 12 Button Colored Kid Gloves is Axministers 135 115 worth 125 for 100 worth 100 for H85c 75c 40c and 35c Lmoleumns worth 60c Mattings from 40c Marion Falcon Will Harrison Stans Smith Crady Len Abell and Spaulding evidently possessed the idea that they could sing attempted few conic opera stunts street Monday night they termed nadin The neighbors misunderstand ing the sounds Officer Bruman WELL prices Youths Boys worth Yards II jthem Tuesday they Tuesday afternoon Henry Brussells tried selling whiskey local defendant torney demanded jury Hourigan testified bought quart whiskey Brussells Saturday check borrowed thirty cents Officer formerly country LACES AND SETS and Embroideries TABLE LIN Meats Manufactured from 320 Seinsheimer PERFECTION Suits uptodate prices White Wash Goods forr LH35c for20C Shoes1We Patent Buttons Oxfords 450Patent Button 250 350 KrippendorfDittman Women Patent Patent Oxfords Fancy inspect Shoes before buying IIIIIaIILIIILI IaIJMRIRIr- HopeJ Cotton Bc T Masonville Cotton lOc Good 36 leech Sc Best Calicoes Sc Best Check Ginghams 7 12c Gloves 5Y2 Double 2 a e were fined 400 each for territory The by a Mr J that a from giving him a for 100 He was a neighbor- of his the and took his a Varieties MATCH IN Nansook Special the Guaranteed 750 Children Shirts have the exclusive sale Gep Cos at qOt I Equals Shirts in the market the great variety Styles have Our Carpet Stock Complete forLVelvets J ITapestrles yards J tor l 65cfiOc 50c r2Jc to Ed all of on cer are m II was in option at A he of in up In on are of we in W L to for in in our of P 50 see of we in 150 Pair check fyoung re turned he the Officers Hagan Hancock stated in presence Brussells in presence he the to Ho rigan now proof ss testified he was to Hourigan but overhearing Officer Hagan talking George Clements about it his money Jury hung Goods and 36 Linen Suitings worth 40c 25fc Colored Linen worth 50cfor 35c Check Plaid Linen worth forYiY T50C 90 inch Linen Sheeting worth 125 95c Persian Lawn worth 50c for Embroidered Swisses worth 75c fOlL 50c 48 Swiss Batiste worth 75c w50cWhite and Colored Overman Linens worth 35c 36 Linen Chambray worth 25c 17C showing the most uptodate Miens Shoes have shown I J Flbrsheim Cos Shoes Metal and Tan Bals and 5 Douglas Cos Metal and Tan Bal andOxfords Cos Fine Shoes Tan Bals Buttons Tan and Black and Tan Coza Kid and You stock Ll- T + T i r- from We of Ide famous Shirts any 125 and many 1 Call and them on up but later Bruss his keeping whis key and their fyad said their that had sold whiskey get the Bru ells that drunk and had the whiskey with I got wise and gave Jim back The and the inch Suitings n and Suitings 75cr for4 inch for inch fox f line Fine eyer Gun Gun and and Ties B that sold Look for Name in THE LEII 1 CHERAL PATENT COLT BUTTON BOOT heShoe Makes the Foot To obtain the best tsppearanc most uptodate Style r jtho thoIdnrablo Service the the Florsheim Shoe Most Styles 5 II riII Petticoats EtcIt- 7100 Silk Petticoats 5JO 3X Heather Bloom Skirts 2f250 Mercerized Petticoats 150 SILK 4tranging 750 WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS from nllr ffi 200 35ccombinations ROI- LFive PeT Hundred Pair Lace Curtains at 50c 75c IbO 125 200 add to 600 Cunningham Duncan CoSKQ kY y HaganIwho money I case will be tried again Harvey McElroy a colored man from Bradfordsville about 65 years old was presented in court Wednesday morning charged with selling whiskey in local option territory A case was made against him and he declined to testify Owing to his age and circumstances in the case the court assessed the lowest fine 60- 4ubecrib totThe Sun LOO stir r T Kipiings School Kipling said to me once Jm IRuttyard on the subject ot au ex t eaS1 Wh ill is a tot knew somebody Old intH RqWft RCBarr la Detroit Free Pr 9M i It Pas Well Jack Taylor Bjjiar Hill K i1 never had hofcs tl fatten ittwtU paidfnerI invo tedinthe TenaE d SJd le 7 ul1 i druggistsp s t i r t i r 1i i J I 1THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 1908 I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 81JBSCRIPTIONa ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield tI for transmission through the i mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION rOne Year 5100 Mz Months 50 Three Months 25 r laTTn writing to have your address changed aperiswhit gent ANNOUNCEMENT- FOR CONGRESS We are authorized V to announce the Hon Ben Johnson of Nelson county as at candidate for re election to from the Fourth Congressional Districtsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFE We are authorized to announce A C Kimball as a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff ot Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Richard BoTjhtt Sam JJ Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and- J Hubert y + HAPPY HOLLOW We are having some warm weather at present Mr Tom Coulter and family spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Samuel Coulter of near here Mrs John Armstrong spent Sunday with Mrs Solomon Kaysat this place Mrs Lizzie McMillen and little son spent Sunday with her sister Mrs J H Settle of Hillsboro Several from this place attended meeting at iRockbridge Sunday morn ing7f Mrs Sabe Coulter and family and Mr withFIthe family of Mr John Perkins of near Willisburg Mrs Laura Scruggs and little daugh ter spent Monday with the family of Mr SolomqnKays Miss Sarah Shields is visiting friends at Maud this week r Mr Solomon Kays and little son Charlie were in Springfield Saturday afternoon ISeveral from this place attended the Royal Neighbors Easter supper at Willisburg last Saturday afternoon toMr Ed Montgomery and family of Brooksville spent Sunday with Mrs Montgomerys father Mr Samuel i Coulter of near here Misses Mat and Della Keeling andk brother Len spent Saturday night and Sunday with their sister Mrs Lee Set tles of near here A Sunday school Will be organized at Hillsboro church next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody is inyited to attend f J CANARY Mrs Robert Milton was with her mqther Mrs Warren near Perry ville from until SundaY Mr RakLogsdon sold one black mare to Mr Dick Ward for 150 thetMisses Tpbm in honor of their guests Misses Lizzie Hanrahan and May Rudd Sunday afternoon was well attended and all report an enjoyable time Mrs Annie Hiatt and children were with Mr lastxweek t Mrs jf W Loersdon and daughter Hattie were guests of Mrs Alf White man Friddy Mr John Shewmaker bought of Mr R C Canary one work mule for 75 Miss Sadie Fenwick Margret Hiatt andAray Canary were guests of Miss May Lanham one day last week Mr DB Wilson and wife of Fen wickwere with Mr Lee Hiatt and family Sunday Mr R P Banham was the guest of Mr and Mrs James Lanham from Thursday until Saturday Mr Brackfates and wife and Mrs T W were with A Canary and family Sun Misses ewel Hiatt spent itirandJSaturday with Mr A Canary and Missestela and Margie Fenwick were guestsf Miss Hattie Logsdori Sunday Miss Margtt t Hiatt is the guest of her sister Miss Jewell Hiatt of Mack ville thifvtyeek L Mr W T P fillips was at Willisburg Sundayl Miss Warren of PerrYville is visiting her sist r Mrs Rober Milton this week Ii- MULD AUG11 HILL Mrs Nancy cott spent last Monday with J M Bhie ds and family Mrs Mary oulter and daughter Effie and littleson Hobert Patrick wire in Springfield Wednesday Mrs Eatna C utter was in Willisbur gone day last week on business All the people of1 this community are going to raise tobacco Mr Tomtbie Settle is on the sick list with pneumonia Miss Effie Coulteri l jo on the hick list this week Peaches are killed but we dont think that apples and chernes are hurt We are all hoping that everybody will meet at Hillsboro the third Sunday for the purpose of organizing a Sunday school and bringing the little children unto Christ Miss Lillfe Hardin and little Charlie Hardin spent Friday with Tom Coulter and wife Edison Columbia Phonog- raphRECORDS E M RUSSELL Springfield Ky ii NAN DSO ME f DISPLAY OF SPRING y ki STYLES AT II Grundy I Mclntires jsjLadies Srping Suits from 7to25t r Boys Knee Pant Suits 15O and up New and handsome line of Ladies Shirt Waists and Skir- tsHANDSOME r LINE MENS CLOTHING tt I Gloomy For farmersICarlisle Ky beginning to look the farmers in this section who have made arrangements to cultivate their lands the coming season Therehas been so much rainfall thus far this spring that with the possible exception of a few days in March the ground has been entirely too wet to plow and it is now getting late to break land crops this season Consequently forIclaimed very little land has been pared for crops and planting has been done The crop vIll be cut out of NicholastobaccoI entirely this season It is there is not a single plant county It is said that all persons who had prepared tobacco plant beds in this county tore them up after the killing Iof Hedges Naturally therefore the farmers of this Isetthe wet weather has hinderedth greatlyThere emIis a large acreage of wheat Nicholas county this year and prospects were neyer more promising Ifor a large yield Bluegrass is finer now than was known at this time Iithe largest crop of fruit of all kinds that she has produced iny arsIBOOKER i Meeting at New Hope church was conducted by Bro Duncan Sunday Messrs Love Settle and Edd Riley were in Louisyille Saturday Our merchant at Booker W H Payne is doing a thriving business this spring Mr and Mrs Edd Pile and daughter Catherine of Maud Mr and Mrs Ham Pile and two sons Louis and Edward of Mooresville spent Easter with their father Mr Hirsch of Nelson county Messrs Charles Butler George Moul Arthur Edmon and Edd Sweeney attended the supper given by the lodge at Willisburg Mr Arthur Mudd bought a bay mare of Mrs J L Settle price p id90 Mr Coulter bought a stack of hay from Mr Emmett Settles price paid 13 i Mr Bob Payne of Booker spent one night last week with Messrs Joe and Ernest Croake Mr Milton of Burgin is visiting his sister Mrs M A Boblitt Mrs turn Cheatham will make her home at her fathers this year Mr WH Payne bought a sow and pigs of Grundy Cutsinger for 18 Mrs A C Yates and daughter Mat tie spent Easter with Mrs Otis Settle Mrs J L Settle is much improved at this writing Mrs Josie Settle and daughter Elizabeth and Mrs Arthur Edmond and little daughter attended church at Maud Sunday Mr Love Settle visited Mr Ed Riley last week Mr Arthur Mudd and wife attended church at Fredericktown Sunday Mr Emmett Settle wife and son Harry Mr Joe Goatley wife and son Robert of Mt Zion Mr Alvin Riley and wife of Strin town and Mr Loui Kirsch of Maddspent Easter with Mr and Mrs Ben Pile Sues For 7000 Damages Lebanon Enterprise Lou Miles admrx of the e tate of George Miles the negro who w 4s killed in the railroad yards here som time ago by being crushed under a s itch engine has filed suit in the cir uit court against the Louisville Na hville Railroad Co for 7000 damaj es Miles was aboutI 65 years of age and has been in the service ompany the greater part of h lthe a section laborer He met dea petition recites while in the discharge o I his duties 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 Shultz Riedels Respectfully SHULTZ MCELROY Thief Wounded Harrodsburg Herald A chicken thief met with a very warm reception at the home of Col Ike Scott in this city Monday night Al out 12 oclock the family heard a co motion at the hen house when Harvey the elder son of Colonel Scott wet out finding the hen house door open and a man stand ing den garIfencehe fired four times with a shot gun having reloaded That the thief was wounded is evident as on the next morning at the spot where he was standing when young Scott fired on him a pool of blood was found Flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield countycourt days with a nice lot of flowers and plants GEO R M TTINGLY 1 3 JIE tf Itt 9 1trrL II 1 j t JheCtRPET DeptH r At The BIG STORE rIs especially Attractive this season This stock is r larger than usual and you will find here EXTRA VA- LrUES in the different grades of Axministers Velvets r Body Brussells Tapestry Brus ells Ingrain Carpets Matting Room Size Rugs Linoleums and Small Rugs Rugsr With Hardwood Finish Border Are the Correct thing for your Floor and we have a fine assortment of them Ins ze 9x12 from f 10t X40 Each r It Our Wall Paper Stock was Never Better r I And we are offering Bargains in this department Full line Room Mouldings Window f otherDraperiesAwnings and Porch Shades Large Stock Mattings 15c to 40c per yd Matting Rugs size 36x72 65c each Jute Smyrna Rugs 3ox6o98cVelvet Rugs 27x54 139t Velvet Rugs 36x72 325 I Chair stock of Dry Goods and Notions Dress Goods and White poods Belts Neckwear Etc added to each week and you should seeour stockt before making any purchases f We are showing New Things in Mens and Boys Suits Shoes t wear Shirts andCollars I tsj lIckI ISpecials for Friday and Saturday l i Hope Cotton 8 l3c per yd White Counterpanes vai l 93c Extra good India Linon We yd r TheROBERTSON = CLAYBROOKECOi INCORPORATED s Q ADVERTISE IN THE SUN IT PAYS l if REDUCED PRICES AT RONEY SMITHS FOR THE MONTH CF t r APRILFlf 3 tf L 1 We are offering Great Values in our ENTIRE line of HIGH GRADE and medium rpriee i FURNITURE For THE MONTH OF think it pay every who are in need t Furniture to call at our Store and get our prices before placing heir orders elsewhere I t 1ra p LA A fl 1A r Hall Chair HouseKeeper willI I + + I This Handsome Hail Mahoganyor 49s M I Our Silks Trimmings Etcl APRILand 8 Iron Beds and Springs your own price One like Cut in 1At Enamel 77t5 Ie 60cAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1COUCUESv 0 RONEY SMITH r I Cash or Credit Lebanon Ky feJIII SsSSISiSs Ss e eele SlS S9sIHS4ar I I q T v T J THE SPRINGFIELD SUJ WEDNESDAY APRIL 2 I90r fluff fluff ini ii ii frifoijj tHt fM Hit 4ft I I Attention Sun Readers t- j + 4f Now is the Time to Be Thinkins About Your Painting so Dont Overloo W VERIBEST Mixed Paint hcf 4itJ9 r I 1 Z WHEN PLACING YOUR ORDER GOOD FOR INSIDE or OUTSIDE WORK IS t COLOR CARDS AND PRICE LIST fURNISHED ON APPLICATION t l StrasselGansINCORPORATKD Paint Company rI x Paints Oils Glass Brushes Varnish Etc = 115 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY t ri fFor Sale by The Red Cross Drug Store Springfield Ky 4 tag i iiFT HTi hEsTZT 4HI TSiSfTTSTSTT2f2tTSt St TTSrTLTtSTSytS S7TS1tslTTtK tTtTlSMttiYtFFiTtlff +ftHt+ftHt ftHttt1ftl trtl i Dr 1 G 1T t Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With f out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block tip stairs Local News Notes Miss WillIe Knott will haye on play Friday and Sat rdav a large hneI flWashingtoncounty Get our prices on furniture before you buy On the corner RiedeFs old stand MRS LIZZIE CAMPBELL I willsell on the street IIi Springfield Monday one new Stanhope vehicle rub ber tire built by the Columbus Buggy CofOhio Also two secondhand top xbugies good ones r S Mo CAMPBELL CURT DAY DINNER The ladies of the Maud Christian church will give a I Con t day dinner in Springfield May 25f for pe benefit of the church J F Bishop advertises 50 second hand sewing machinesfor sale in this issue of The Sun See his advertise ment See our Bed Room Suits and get prices at MRS LizZIE CAMPBELLS S Insure in the Falrmerc Home Insur ance Company the only company thatI pays its losses in pull JN Wells General MDis 1 iin tion City Ky FOR SALE One Stanhope runabout arid one runabout They are nearly new rubber titsand in perfect order Also light set ojf double harness G W LYON See our nice Dining Room Chairs at- X500 for six atILizzie Campbells Furniture Store NOTICE Parties having claims against J D Peterson assigned will present same to the undersigned prop erly proven add those indebted to the said Peterson 4all please call and pay Mrs Peterson at Texas or the the un dersigned Nptes and accounts mu- stY be raid W D Claybrooke Assignee of JD Peterson i r Rev Wi H Williams will preach at Valley Hill next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock At which time a Sunday school will be organized Born to the wife Of Mr Chas Dick erson on April 21 a boy Mr Dicker son is the popular telephone manager at this place and ni s friends are con gtatuiatingf him S M Campbell reports Danville court last Monday as being well attended arid everything selling high Cattle were all sold early at satis fac tory prices Plug horses as well as good- one in demand and many were sold at good pricesI Notice Notice All Persons indebted to the estate of J M Button deceased please call at the Peoples Deposit Bank and settle their accounts It is necessary for the estate tobe settled immediately Also all persons holding claims against said estate please present them properly proven J A BOULWARE Executor J M Burton Deceased ooooooo ooQoo enenennennnneoeaeopeo- Fruits Candies Soft Drinks I have at all times a fresh line of the best Fruits apd Candies that the market affords at the lowest possible and invite the people to come 1Jsee me i t Soft Drinks Refreshing Soft JinkS of all kinds always on hand J LeonAllenLo- oo ooooopo Qa- U uiOOuuuu 1oq oo I aanoQenaeaeneQaeQ a 0as Notes 0i0QVisitors In arid Out OfTownA a Round Up of a Personal NewsD0aooaeooeneaaeneaaeg Rev Father Hogarty of Lebanon was in Springfield Monday r Attorneys John W Lewis and Mar= IjIendrenso Mr Wallace C Duncan who has tbeen visiting his father Mr G D Duncan and family returned to the Kentucky State University Tuesday rMr J Chas Greene is visiting in Bardstown i Mrs Alexander Lewis Jenkins of Cincinnati is visiting the family of her father Mr G D Duncan Mr W E Greene who is making his home at LaGrangeeisYisiting here LouisIilIesunday aug Mrs iBW Phillips Lebanon w ere in town yesterday jS Mr Jas Gregory returned Saturday from 5 visit to his daughter Mrs Carlisle Clelland of M Mr Jesse Rapier n was in town Sunday iddleSbOlOr Miss Fannie to Bloomfield after with the Misses Price 11 414 Ray Goodin of Lebanon wz s here the first of the week Miss Tarkington of Danville js visiting at the home of Mr H ONan Miss Sallie Pope of Louisvi le spent Easter with her mother and mis ter at this place Miss Eddie Shader spe it Sunday in Louisville pisses Nell McGill Sadie Parr tt t Lizzie Logsdpn and Lois Jdhnston h returned to school at St Catherines- afterI spending the Easte hoUdaysj at homeMr Howell 6f Lotiis hereIMonday tMr and M sS C M Gill and Miss Nell McGill spent Tuesday in Lebancjn If =Miss Lucy Brown has returned from a stay at the Infirmary at Leba non Mrs Lizzie Durrett is visiting rela tives at Bloomfield Mr Rod Wharton of Louisville is visiting his parents at this place Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon was here Sunday Miss Ellen Gregory who has been J attending Beaumont college at Har rodsburg has returned home Mr A R Shultz was in Bards townMonday on business Mrs Leo Haydon and children have returned from a visit to1 relatives at Bardstown Il1r Leo Simms who has been in1 rsonviUe N C for several months has returned home much im proved in health Mr R Y McElroy of Lebanon spent Sunday with his sister Mrs I H Thurman Louisvilleion Mrs Jas Allen andMrs ijughesI of Bloomfield spent Tuesday home of Dr W W Ray Mr W MI Moran and family who have been in North Carolina for several months have returned home Messrs L B Cain N G Marks and 0 D Hatchett are in LouisvilleI Messrs Ben F and L F Matting ly of Lebanon j and Jdhn and Bernard Mattingly of Louisville were called here by the death of their sister Miss Lida Mattingly Mrs 1 H Thurman has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Rod man of Louisville Tley R ECaVsoriis in Stan ford this week holding a protracted meetingIMrs Al McChord of Lebanon attended the silver weddingof Mr and Mrs H M ONan here last Saturday Mrs Katie Williams was in Louis Monday v Misses Ella Sweeney and Jeanie Adams have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs Lizzie Spalding and daughter MIss Hettie of Lebanon are visiting relatives here Mr L 0 McCarty was in Louis- VIlle Saturday Mr Tom nkof Louisville is Visiting relatives in thecounty 1 T = Rev Miles Saunders of Shepherds ville attended the silver wedding of lastIMiss Nellie Simms was called home from Nazareth by the death of her aunt Miss Lida Mattingly Mrs L H Bellebaum is visiting friends and relatives in Louisville r Miss Ernestine Knott returned to schoolat Nazareth Monday after spend ing two weeks at home Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson spent Sunday in Bardstown Messrs W M and Evan Hagan S D Kesner and John Wycoff were in Louisville Sunday AlexiaIRobertson Forbes of Baltimore Md are visiting Miss Russells parents Mr and Mrs E M Russellt Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes af WashingtonMr Conner Williams has returned from a two week visit to his grand mother at Frederic town + Rogers Gorelwife and children are in Hodgenville for ja couple of days Mr Irvine Wimsatt and family and V Miss Alice Haydon left Monday for Louisville where they will reside I DR W Vi STALLARD wwDENTiSTiww SPRINGFIELD KY TEETH EXTRACTEDl WITHOUT PAINIOB DANGER No Charge When Plates are Wanted rr OOOQOOOOOOOGpOOOOOOOOOOOOO IF YOU WANT THE BEST PLOURASE GROCER FOR v Prid of Washington tr- Springfields Choice j MANUFACTURED BY Ij W JARKOE CO3O j Highest market price paid for WHEAT GOOOOOOOOOCOOOQQOOOOOOOOOO t I Of SPECIAL INTEREST to The II Ladies of Washington County I Itrf ITailored Hat DISPLAYI Iir 1and SATURDAY Iis a waste oftime to dwell upon the styles ojf this w brand Ladies know what they are and it is unnecet aa IItinto details However I may state that the e I will lIfare in many respects the handsomest I have Come in to see them FRIDIY and SATURDAY 1A Full tine of Trimmed Hats at Reasonable PficieC It I Miss Willie Knott I t II t f = 7 r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 1908 4 THE VIOLINSA ANSWER By C F STERLING CopyrIght by Daily Story Pub Coo daughters of dreams and ot stories That life is not wearied of yet Faustlne Fragoletta DoloresIITellse and Yolande The fragment kept repeating Itself la musical cadence as Olney Beaumont sat before his open hardwood fire wereinot the names They were lionise and Ethel and Marie and Edna Daughters of dreams Rather were they the mothers of dreams f0Ij each in turn had given birth to vlsloIfsand fantasies until in the Inconsequent manner of dreams one picture had displaced the other but they were all t shadowy phantoms brought up from the depths of memory But how clear they were on this Jate December afternoon with the wind wirling the snow against the window panes as he sat gazing on the blazing logs just ready to fall into glowing Icoals r Yes he could call them all up to idly some forgotten for years butt now by some subtle necromancy as Tvld as when in his hot youth his pulses had bounded more quickly and i a delicious thrill had shot through him at the touch of soft hands the fra nce from shining hair the tan aliz Iingtemptation of red lips J There was Helen the first girl he had ever loved fair plump white j Skinnedluxurious but she had proven mercenary and the seductions of wealth more alluring than himself had married a man old enough to bo herffalber Then there was Ethel delicate fra file splrjtuelle dainty as a flower Poor EthjBl She sleeps in the little cemetery just under the hill wherei the sunllg t loVes to linger and the 1Irt violets peep In the spring suppleswith eyes like sloes and amass of raven hair Once he had seen it loosened and she hadseemed veiled in mystic midnights but alas Marie had a temper Once he had inadvertently over heard her berating her mother and 1sisewhen something had gon wrong and the magic glamor that had enveloped her had vanished like mis before the sun Arid so with each but oneEdna Yea he had loved Edna well Had loved He had never ceased to lov b rand that was why at thirtyfive hent alone in his bachelor room- calling up the visions of the past- aWhat a fool he had been Why h he allowed his silly jealousy to get ih mastery and make him say things h would have bitten his tongue sooner than have said in his coole- moments And sl1e1 Too proud to deny too gentle to answer back too brave to show her hurt she had simply at him and turned away And he ha flung at her like a melodramatic ac tor 1li show you you cannot play fast and loose With meBut the look stayed with him and by degrees he read its meaning read it when too1 late the reproach the sense of injus Lice the injured pride and oh th aft rbltternesfias later he could tee 1111 ugh it a11 her yearning love Cooler the next day he determined tobe magnanimous and forgive her apologizing for his words but not fo the thought that prompted them but i when he went in evening she had r tjone gone to visit an aunt in Ne York whO he knew had not liked hi- marriagwoulde e had planned for the girl The maid handed him a packe- which she said she had been told t 7 deliver to him When he opened it Dater he found his love tokens and two GpodbyAndNo reply had come to his Betters sent to New York and when he was able to go In person he found th- Mrs Arlington had gone abroad and taken Edna with her So in despair he had made applica boIlianist to an expedition going up thy Amazon and was accepted His work proved so satisfactory that he was re quested to undertake a further com mission on the Pacific side and aft a few days in New York again bun himself in South American woods and jungles from whence he had but re Gently returned and was now dream Ing before the open fire on this gloomy December day He roused himself with a start Pshaw What was the use Couldnt he rid himself of the Jonging for that one face1He had learned before his departure that his jealous suspicion ws baseless butt tod late to mJke amends for his unjust accusation and her look as she turned from him never ceased td haunt him t On the bosom of the mighty river In the depths of the tropical forest at night in camp with his Indian guides s lie saw It but today it was more trivia t and persistent than ever She seemed so near so close Once during his revery he almost felt her presence e and reached his arms with a start calling Edna But there was only the glowing coals and the flickering y shadows He looked at his watch and saw that it was seven oclock then turn Ing on the light he scanned the paper for the evening entertainments The notice of a concert announcing the de 4tut of anew woman violinisavMlle le 4 9 k k lEdneri attracted his attention and he decided to attend lyllUedIgood seat The preliminary numbers were of little Interest or merit and he thetr escortedbystop then leaped Into action sending hammering throbs through his brain t was Edna A faint applause greets her which she acknowledged with u slight inclination then drew her bqw across the strings sefictionarid an Ysaye designed more to show technical proficiency than artistic feel the audience made up largely of musicians recognized with cordial appreciation Handsome woman handles herself wen good execution Probably will tike but I want to hear the later num b ers before I can decide whether she ii Jan artist ornot remarked a gentle man sitting near Beaumont to his companion and Beaumont felt an unrea sonable irritation at the mans critical coolness fie left hisea found an usher and writing a few words on his card requested that it be taken to Mile Edner The usher returned with the reply thit mademoiselle begged to be excused that evening but that she would receive Mr Beaumont the fol lo givenfee Im appearanceThan exquisite bitand rendered with a delicacy of touch and tenderness of sayShesto hear something that would tell me whether her heart plays as well as her brain prolongedappearance for the encore Beaumont his senses keyed to preternatural acuteness was instantly conscious of some magnetic change Some tele pathic message seemed to leap from her to him as glancing rapidly over the house her eyes rested on him a motnent then were lowered to her instrument Even the audience seemed to feel a subtle tension and subsided Into hushed expectation The first notes were soft delicate and tremulous like the wavering light of dawning day or a maidens shy Theneon fi r and surer tone withtassurance of larger and wider life Again they softened lowerand lower till almost inaudible interposedea to the first andshopethen loveefullebyrIowj throbbing inarticulate wall as if a soul in mergingIinto ai broad dl ed move entas If anddPeat gentletenderness deeptas ow swept the strings Tirtoa hymn of thanksgiving increas andeumph haddheartrok came again or reconciliation I d nit know which but love Is triumph hismV ofTwo Evils Etc afternoon Mrs Murphy ap tpeare at the settlement house all dresdel up in her best bonnet and BpotdJsflguever Jnd one eye was nearly closed Why Mrs Murphy what is the mat ter ried one of the teachers and haveatturned it off by saying Well cheer up you might be worse off Sure an I might responded the indignant marriedej Why He Was Suspicious erere is something suspicious dabout that remarked the young man telephoniAbout what Why I just called up the home of a girl who has led me to believe that I am the warm favorite and that there are nb others oni her list She wasnt at home so the party who answered the ring said but It gave me a jar when she added Shall I tell her you toile Mr Whitet Strained Th Y sat in the slim parlor One kiss he pleaded Nonsense exclaimed the pretty girl l teasing mood Some one might1 see us v Who Why the clock for instance That has a face Yes but that clock is as consider ate aS the moon that goes under a cloud It keeps its face covered with its hands t 4Grave Enough is the center of gravity pa wire lsnma1 if theres one in tbe crowdr It Jug JAa li noi The United States Governmint i II Reports Favorably i jThe pun ipalxiiewspapers in Kentucky Illinois Indiana and Ohio will publish this week the startling informaltion that y a 260 acre V apparently worthless hill In Kentucky has been found and proven to be one of the richest pieces of ground JT i on the face of the earth This 260 acres contains a horizontal nine and one half S P C Hv ry i foot ledge of thee most valuable rock in existence v The government representative who visited the property in his report issued by the United States Geol gical Suryeymade the startling statement that there are but two ledges of rock like it in the world one in avaria whichas been supplying millions of dollars worth of the product annually to lithographic printing presses in ey ery civilized nation on the globe the other in Kentu kyThe hill is estimated to be worth into the hundreds of millions of dollars Think of ip One acreot the ground of the 94 of lithographic stone at the average SenIOr price per pound would bring more money than an acre of wheat would yield by harvesting a cr9p every year for two hundred thousand years A SimpleU Sfter All Products that are rare and high priced are po because of their scarcity It is difficu t to believe that rock in any form especially when found in a ledge so tremendous in area that it will take 500 years to exhauslj sells Vrom 11 to 50 cents per pound but such is a fact and4s only explainable because there exist but two quarries in the woriai Such is the statement of the United States Geolog ical Survey This find will inake its owners multimillionaire will enrich the corporation an pay di tI perttcent to its stockholders I ortunately for readers of this paper the property is near by in Kentucky and its stock is offered to the citizens of this Commonwealt one be be is can not be easily It requires skill industry but this discovery and the consequent comes the for to money easily t in in the profits the quarrymen leased the qUarries beenIto this nearly sixty oyalty Itisyeryf of ordinary fifteen more valuable or Have Proofs I s ere consumed after discovery in opening up quarry taking out rock preparing furnishing ito ex onlyequalssibledividendsI Give an Idea= A Plain Illustration We could furnish fifteen out the 692 Lithographic houses in the United Siates alone 4 and pay20 per but the entire 692 are ready to take product i 3oiith America Canada the entireContinent will require of us i theirtiWrite for Reportsand Proofs Write ToDay Money Difficult Make tokeeptheUnitedrrymanless ItisatfromIIe Undeniable To One tl 1 The Character of The Proofs you question the Governments statement on a note that it is worth 2000 wonderful property has the same stamp of certainty and approval In ad dition the quarrymen in Kentucky report positively as to the find Again representatives of the leading importers of the product York have visi ted the quarry examined its character and extent pronounced the superior and are anxious for this company to resell the position where we can furnish their sup plies Again we letters written by experts the skilled workmen who have spent their in engraving and transferring upon lithographic stone in all varieties ot the highest class commercial and art printing Their verdict is the same All of this testimony can be seed all of these proofs will be submitted and the given you to share in the tremendous profits that every citizen enjoy who advantage this Capital is needed which to purchase the large plant necessary to turnout at the the 12000000 or 15000000 pounds demanded by the United States The first 100000 shares par value 100 a will be offered and sold to the first in quirers at a low figure after the first 100000 shares are sold the remain ing shares to be sold will be marketed at not less par orloo per share The opportunity is to you The foregoing facts are almost unbelievable but we are talking about something of easy and easily admissable of proof Based upon the minimum earnings of dividends subscribers to any part of the first 100000 shares will secure the at one half its par value therefore 1000 will buy 20 shares which will upon minimum estit mated earnings 10 and the stock year after plant is in operation should be worth 160 2500 will buy 50 shouldearn 40 stock should be one year after is in operation 40000 5000 will buy TOO shares arid should earn 80 annually stock should be worth one year after plant is in operation 80000 10000will buy 200 shares and earn 160 = ally stock should be worth one after V is in operation 1600 buy ipoo shares should earn nually stock should in one year after propuction begins 1000will buy 2000 shares annd should earn r6oo annually stockshould p worth one year after v production begins r660000 t toi Money made effort experence with develop there opportunity one make government and community interests Bavaria addition to made by who have paid up million dollars stone to twenty times than marble onyx MbVl the the the toI of cent our Would 2000 This experienced from New product them have lives upon opportunity must take of offer with start share POSITIVELY necessary open solution stock pay annually shares and annually worth plant should annu year plant 50000 will and 800 an 8000 ment time most than Write l fr- a Rep irts aidlP O S- Wrrte JSYi To 0 s I Take Advantage of The Coupon Below WRITE TODAY W R WATERS resident German Lithographic Sjone Co Kenyon Building Louisville Ky DEAR SIRPlease send me the prospectus of your company and full particulars together with a subscription blank and Samples of lithographing NAME STREETANDNoi CITY r4 I L L 12 STATE i W R wATERSv Wm ROBT LEE JOHNSON J D L BILLINGS President I VicePresident Secretary and Treasurer I cl t h ec l r i 5 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 1908j- r r rL0 Jesus Teaches Humility Ssi Jay Scltel Leiie ftr April 2S ISOS Specially Prepared for This Paper LESSON TEXTJohn 13120 Memory verses 35- GOLDEN TEXTA new command ment I give unto you that ye love one another as I have loved youJohn1334 TIME Thursday evening April 6 A thePassoverr hisssupperaPLACE An upper room In Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought Arnold of Rugby called Christs washing of his disciples feet the most remarkable of his deeds This is a lesson of the strongest possible con trasts We are to see Christs majes iy at its highest point of earthly glory and his humility at Its lowliest The first picture gives the church a proud sense of its coming triumph Mn the world the second reminds the church that it triumphs only through its lov lug tender ministries to men The first picture teaches us personally that if we serve Christ we have at our disposal infinite resources Oi power welmustserving others Ii promiseexplanation is in two parts The first 1sa statement of his own supremacy that he was Master and Lord One of you calls me the Teacher another the LordBishop Middleton Cor werkifsciplesorcent There was no title so lofty mo honor so exaltedno devotion so absolute that Christ rejected it at the hands of menRev J Ritchie Smith The second part of the explanation was that Christs deed was given as an example It was saying in the language of action that the Son of man came not to be ministered unto but to minister and that the law of his kingdom was the law of helpfulness Mark 104345Professor Gilbert Certainly no one of their would claim to be greater than Christ They were ervants he was their confessed Lord They were apostles men sent v 16 he was the sovereign thAt sent them forth Surely therefore If he lad washed their feet they alsoought to wash one anothers feet By this gte theasapostles and his disciples throughout all time that the noble tendof mans endeavor is lovi- nserviceProf g Noah K Davis Ph D Now let man blush to be proud for whom God is become humble St Augustine r Christ intended his commandment t to be taken literally when necessary But now that shoes have taken the Tlaceof sandals it Is to be observed in the spirit rather than the letter EChrist did not institute a rite Luc1 as celebrated In Rome on Thurs day In Holy Week when the pope washes the feet of a fewjagjed pau pers after due private preparation in the presence of the proudestrank 4I used to be practiced by English sovereigns on Maundy Thursday Tames HJ being the last who l1d so Century Bible The spirit of the command ent is i to be observed 1 By the performance of lowly and disagreeable physical ser vice for others when necessary Thos- that nurse the sick care for the ag and helpless or work among the graded or the very poor are ofte lingrThe noblest form of he1 is to help men to get rid of their sin Alexander Maclaren That Jis th cleansing we all need most To was one anothers feet is deepe meaning of the thing to help lone an other out of the evil that isiin world to aid one another in tile keep ing of a pure conscience anti of a wholesome and holy lifefI Marshall Lang D Do We sometimes talk of 5the language of the hand An sometimes of the language of th eyes But I think there is also a lan euage of the feet and I coin translate the whole Gospel Into it For first comes Jesus when we are bowed with sjn and he says Son jof man stand upon thy feet And then comes Jesus when we wish to serVe him and he says Wash one another feet And then in the morning when we are his forever it is at his feet we shall cast our crowns Bev G H iThose that are superior in one way should remember that every nemay riold o CRugbye pro noun in wash one anotherrfeet Rich and poor high d and ignorant are he declared me hers one of another not two distinct castes Each can help th othe teach the other T The Lessons for Servantslr Many Christians are rulers but all Chris tians ire servants The minister of a church is the one who ministers to Its needs The prime minister is the head servant of the state Let us not be satisfied with our ser vice till it springs from love and not merely from a sense of duty Humility must know itself to be humble must be unconscious Some one had just been reminding ascertain r bishop of an act of goodness which he had performed He said A n good I have ever been able to do Is of the unearned mercy of God This a t true humility We feel that the merit is not ours but GodsRev R J Campbell t True service oes where It Is need r tarrr 2L rSEEING BY EYES OWN LIGHT Miners Experience One He Doe Not Care to duplicate I used to see in the dark by the light of my own eyes said a liner Sbadcountry where the mines are not look dafter as carefully as they would OthemselvesI office was entombed two weeks in a mine It is a common enough oc currence with us American miners I wouldnt sseak of It but for the eye disease it gave me IIYou see after I ha1been entombed a weekI lived on horse I suddenly found that I could make out everything about mei The walls the corpses the feeding ratsyes Icould see And I continued to see In the dark I could read in the dark for over a year I went around exhibit ins niyself to doctors I had a dis myeyeswhatevercome excessively luminous Little lamps they illuminated the night casting clear yellow rays pencils of golden light this way and that ac c i themBut like the very old Harry I was glad when a great Chicago specialist put out those two extraordinary lights of mine The specialist said lots of people who stay overmuch in dark place get lu cIfugaS FOUND WANTING AS A LOYIYoung Man Not the Type Sweethearts Mother A sharpfeatured determined little woman popped her head out of the door and thebbusiness of a bashful young man who had been hanging around the house for hours ina pitiless downpour of rain hoping against hope that his adored would Invite him in Now then young feller what do yer want here Tryin to wear the pavement out or what she demand ed sarcastically I Reckon Ive come acourtlh You r daughter the shamefaced youth ad jLOh yer Then take my advice young man an run away an lose yerself My aint goin to marry a chap that Sin got courage to knock at the door an ax for her not likely Why when my husban came acourtinme and found the door locked he climbed the backyard wan strangled the bulldog an knocked the old man silly wT a clump on the jaw Then he grabbed hold of my hand and shoved a ring as big asa cartwheel on my finger and told me that thebanns were published last Sunday Thats the sort o hus bandywant for our Lizzie nota ishiv silo milksop that aint got ense to come in out of the rainTitBits A Candid Admission I met In Japan an Englishman an F R G S who was searching for a Bryaninaround the world This island had been reported from time to time by various vessels but always in a slight ly different location The theory of the Scientist was that the island did not move as was generally believed maethde scientisnan as as thatcan be utterly lost in seas traversed as much as these askedeacross remarkablers my myself have lost areas larger than that CirclP1rap roving the Breed of Horses Among the vast number of letters sueis charged with pathos Tothe Governor My h gambles at the racetrack We bandI children once but there are only r left The others died because I cool not give them care My gambling forced me 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business t Ii Messrs Arthur Eddlemn George 1Mbul Edd Sweeney and Charlie Butler 1 attended the supper given by the Hovsjl cNjSigkbQrs of American at Willisburg Saturday night titte J Wt the son of Mr Bernard Vallhas ben quite sick the past svee1 is Improving at this writing t HISs Fanny Margu rite and Daisy Boblltt of Bardstown are spending this week with their grandparents Vlr j andMrs JemIth Mrv Wm Cheatham bought a cot r Jrom Mr Mack Hardin of Bloomfieldi jSr25 Rev Benight of Louisville preached at New Hope morning and evening Easter Sunday r l Mrr Edd Sweeney visited his brother t ffWill Sweeney of Woodlawn last i fweek Mr P A Lyddne sold a horse to Mrj Elijah Farris for 75 A Little Elizabeth Hardin has returned lihotne after spending a week with her jjrrandparents Mr and Mrs Mark Bar iin of Bloomfield MIEdd Ylocum and family Miss iciatie Gordeni Messrs Sam Yocum and Lee Hardin attended church at Rockf bridge Easter Sunday Mrs Alex Yates and daughter Mat tpof Midway spent Sunday 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YAlJNS LlNSEY JEAN FLANNEL felJANKETS f LADIES FLANNEL SKIRTS ET1ETC Our Motto Honest Go ds at Reasonable Prices j IOurgoods are All WOOL Full Width and Fast Colors I Seeone of OUT agents vhd will show you our samples Ii Get ourSlerms and sendus Iou wool 6 R McWHORTER Agent SpfingfteldKy IWjK EDELE Agent Blincoe Ky f J E tHARMOMjAgent Mackville Ky 26 General Manager 4 CdW In b HILLSBORO I The farjrhers are behind with their work and it now looks like it will be SMrsspent Sunday with her sister at this place We are glad to report that Mr Thps Settles is able to be out again Mr Ljuis Clark is preparing to build a dwelling house oh his place The Sunday school at the HtJlsb ro church is progressing nicely All per sons interested in the work are re quested to be present next Sunday ThereSvill also be preaching Mr Richard Bishop has moved to the 5WePrather has recovered We were very sorry tohear of theM death of Mr Lee Homan who his home Friday night of heart failure He is survived by a wife two sons and one The bereaved Shayimunity Mf Albert Hines was at Mackville fbursd and on business 1Mra few days at Battle with relatives Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong attended meeting at Rockbridge Sun day MclNTJRE r Mr Ben Hardin of Dants Station is the guest of his daughter Mrs Henry Alvey Miss Emma Ensor after a several days stay with relatives at Gasburg has returned home Miss Mary Blanford of Marion e un ty is relatives EMrthe pleasant guest of his sister Mrs Thos Cambron of near Blmcoe Mrs Bettie Wheatley and daughter Miss Laura of Cecilville visited Mr and tMrLoretto last weekSMr and Mrs James Montgomery at tended the funeral of their aunt Mrs Martha Thompson at Springfield last Friday Mr and Mrs Frank Young of Lo rettp Were recent guests ot Mr and Mrs Lorenzo Young Born on the 15th to the wife of Wm Mudd a fine girl Mr Byron Croak and Mr Fitzgerald were through here this week buying cattle Died at his home near here on the PeterGravedue to spinal meningitisl byMrweek in Bardstown WILLISBURG The Easter Supper given bythe Royal Neighbors proved quite a suc cess The dining room was beautifully decorated in tbeHR N P colors of pur pIe and white The prize cake was won by Miss Essie Hungate and pie by Mr S B eager They realized about 43 Mr Robert Sutherland of Chaplin was in our town Tuesday Mr T J Miller and wife attended church atvSt Rose Sunday Mrs J M Trent was called to the bedside of her father Mr Schrader ot LouisvilleSDr Mark Sutherland iiTwith hisfath er at this pla e who is very HI Mr Homan was buried here Monday We extend condolence to the bereaved family Misses Lora and Cassie Yancey of Mooresville were guests of their sis ter Mrs S B Yeager Sunday Messrs Vandyke Whitemnn and Yancey were guests at the Wells Ho tel Saturday and Sunday Dr and Mrs WW Hyatt have re turned home after an extended visit to friends in Louisville Miss Tavie Goodlett of Polin is spending a few days with her sister Mrs W B Shirley All Right Now Frank R Graham Davenport Ia saysHThe fowls I ordered the Bourbon Poultry Cure for have recovered and seem all right now I lost one fine cockerel that was about dead when T ordered the medicine Sold by all druggists Notice The firm 6f M H Jones Co has gone into liquidation and it is necessary to wind up al the business of the firm Parties to v horn the firm is indebted and parties in lebted to the firm arc requested to ca at once for settlement Apr 22 M H JONES Go PoultiK Raising Pays Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonics R41144 cures CholeraRouj Gapes and Limberneck When fed a a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Give a ch sick fowl 3 to 5 drops preventivefeeQa week Turkeys require a smaller dose PrlcepOcents Guaranteed by Haydon rtspn Druggists f t i Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky GracySettles By virtue of a Judgment and order of saLt of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1908 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Springfield Ky about the hour of 2 oclock p m or thereabout on- MONDAY APRIL 27 1908 the same being county court upon a credit of six and twelve months and bounded and described as follows Beginning at a stone in the middle of a drain corner to J S Sutton then S 4 W 1252 poles to a beech tree cor cr to J R Davis thence N 3351 W 9436 poles to a drain corner to same 48JE 1956 poles to the midSleof aye creek thence UP the creekas it meanders S 281 E148 poles S 35 E 348 poles S 1550 chains to the Raybourne52 j E 186 chains to the beginning polestheveyed to A F Settles by J 5S Sutton of date the 23rd day ot September 902 recorded in Deed Book 48 page 93 in the office of the Washington county court For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment A lien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W 0 C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky liza Sutton admx Plaintiff vs Alex Sutton etc Defendants Equity By virtue of a judgment arid orderof sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at February term 1908 in the above styled cause to settle es ate I shall proceed to offer for sale at SpringfieldKy2 oclock p m or thereabout being Count Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to befinade A tract of land near Willisburg 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 small racts in one The 75 acre tract- si to be sold subject to the life estate of Mrs Eliza Sutton bor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearingregalpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C WC C =Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Maggie Hayes etc Plaintiffs vs Jas 1 Moore etc Defencrants EqUIty By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1908 in the above styled cause for distribution I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on the 27th day of April 1908 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 landin Washington coun ty Ky bounded Beginning at a point ZillyArnold withhisLongLIckning containing 28 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purch sers with approvedsecurity bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect ot a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms MG LEACAMAN M O W C C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky J F Smith etc Plaintiffs vs Julia Montgomery 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 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in SpringS field Ky on the 27th diy of April 1908 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court dayto the high est and best bidder at public auction upon a credit ofsix and twelve months the following described property to wit or sufficient thereof to poduce the sums of money so ordered to be made A tract of land on Cartwright creek in Washington county Ky Bounded on North by Cartwrights sreek West by Eliza Sea on South by Lawrencia Fortemir and on East by Alonza Young About 30 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be pre pared to promptly with these terms MGLEACHMANMCWCCS 4 1908 SEASONSStS FLOATER NO 8315 BookByby Volunteer 55 a son of Hambletonian 10 1st dam Mary by Star Almont 6678 a lull brOther to Almont Jr1829 Allie Gains 2380 and Fieldmont 5050 all of them producers Dam ofJustin2nddam2nd dam of Floater1 was by Pecks Idol 177 he by Membrno Chief 11 andout of a thoroughbred mare by American Eclipse 3rd dam a thoroughbred mare by Sir Archy 4 5 and 6 UUIUS thoroughbreds surefoalstyleand STONEWALL 190Fifteenten of them brought their owners 1000 These are facts not hotairstatements He gets more highprice mules than any jack in the county TERMS + Floater 1 2 to Insure a Living Colt Stonewall 8 for horse and 1 o for mare mule uonforfeituntil service tees are idcare taken to prevent accidents butI wilt not be respon Ible should any occurScontinuanceJi E SHELBY Commissioners Sale- Washington Circuit Court Ky A C Kimball Administrator Plaintiff vs Isaac etc etc DesfendantsEcultyS By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court iftheof 10015 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 5th proceedHouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 27 1908 at 2 oclock m or thereaboutbe ing County Court the highest and best bidder at public auction followingdescribed thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A tract of land in Washington coun Eafitby1andoflIkeby the land of FrankChesser and South by Ike Cutsinger containing five acres It being the od Wm Lynch place Debt1001Interest 5345 CostsAmt to be raised 20360 For the purchase price the purchapersor purchasers with approved bparinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to cdniply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C WOOL WANTED The farmers of WashingtonS and adjoining co well to communicate with one of the undersigned before disposing- of ifwooLth We want wool and will pay the highest prices Will receive at points to suit farmerS w s GIBBS MCCLURE MAYES ISPJUNGFI LD KY SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN G T Clements Rt 1 has for sale a ybaledtraw x tWfreshLizzieMcLaughlins50 bushels of corn Mrs B L Litseyias for sile Buff Orpington eggs 15 ort J E Stevenson Mporesville has for sale a nice young cow rresJ Mrs S B Thompson Jr Rt 3 has for sale the Big White lekia duck eggs 15 for 7Sc L W Campbell near town has for sale six work horses and one work mule Call at Campbells furniture store forflalefor 50c Phone 75 S E Shewmaker Rt 3 has for sale todrivesaleingleyard5cIhasforsate15 Mrs R B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3i has for sale S C Rhode Island Red boBarred KyIa Mrs Lizzie Bosley Lebanon Rt 3r has for sale Pure Bred Single Comb PlymouthRock saleLightNOTICE If you are going to raise SingleCombCqristieLebanon forsaleBuffMrs Palmer Goatley has toe sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggsStwoJackstwoones Will sell them at low figure Mrs T K Smith Springfield has forSOcMrsN Reed R F D 3 nag for sale eggs from purti S C B Leghorn stock 100 for 15 or 150 for 30 Albert Hines Rt 3 has for sale it nice sow and nine pigs Also six shoots which will weigh about 85 pounds Whasfor setting of 15 saleWhiteAjso two Pit Game roosters tAt 75b apiece Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 hutsale S S HambergVJggs 18 foc50cj 30 for 100 r JS S5