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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I J j ttIt4 I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY VOLUME IV f SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 f 1908a NUMIER 22 t I EDITORIAL SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GOREEDITOR- WeTO iBM THAT TOWN WITH STABL1SHETH A CITY OUR OPPORTUNITY f A prettier chance was never present ed to a party to roll up a big majority than is now presented tothe Demo bratic party of Kentucky Cpriserva tive heads and the absence from the councils of the party of any individual who would further selfish desires is all that is necessary to guarantee ja ma jority of 25 000 for Bryan in this Estate StEverr Democrat who truly has the inter estdf the party at heart should en ieaypr to his utmost to put behind Jiiniithose things which will work to ihe detriment of the party We should iallowino quarreling in our county or State conventions f frt INTERMARRIAGE 1 t Many wealthy white poledf the I Eastern cities have renewed jtieir t ner- glee toward bringing togetherathe Jiegrb and white races These seifapI pointed guardians of the colpre race are not satisfied with forcing white children to attend school with negro children with compelling white people toeab at the same table with negroes in the big hotels and restaurants of the Eastern cities etc but they are illO w encouraging intermarriage of ithe races On this subject the LaRue Ci un ty Herald says editorially r Jn another column of this paper we p ntin account of a dinner that was given one night last week in a fashionable New York hotel for the purpose 6t encouraging social equality between the races and for the intermarriage of the races It is hard to that there could be found any white people whO would riieet at the banquet board With for such a purpose but su hmsbeen the case at the supper In I qu great many peoplehot- at the idea that sucn a vIce ever be endured much less embraced by any small per cent of the American people but at this supper there were xio than three or four dozen white people so depraved as to lend their presence to the furtherance of the proposed scheme to institute socialequai ty and eyen intermarriage of the rac s The reading of the account of the super in question is rather revolting but the public should be kept aware of the contemptible schemes which the negro lovers of the East are workmg The Indiana white cappers or the Kentucky iiight riders should have heard that 2supper in time to da it full justice U A great many people hoot at the idea that such a hideous vice mIl ever be endured says the Herald WHen Democratic speakers go over Kentucky warning the people that the separate coach law may be repealed if the Re publican party is given control jaf both branches of our Legislature a great many people hoot and deny most em phatically but the facts of the past do no bearout the hoots For example The Breckenidge Democrat says that Mr Jno P Haswell a Republican Jeader in the recent Legislature of Kentucky declared in a speech at Har insburg Ky week before last that hel had supported a bill to repeal the separate coach law when he represent ed Breckenridge county in the Legisla tt ture a few years ago t l The opening of white schools to negro children in the East and North and t Jthe social equality of negroes and whites in the hotels and on railroad trains are very distinct and elaborate steps toward the intermarriage of the races May God Almighty grant that theseJ c ditiohs be remoyed far from us in Kentucky and throughout the South Buti gentlemen of suffrage there is danger Arkansas Democrats took the kinks out Of Jeff Davis last Saturday and Babe Bailey lost someitir in Texas ij Senator Perdiem Per Day Snoring J gehas been hit by lightning and Jarred by thunder t p t MR j HENRY WATTtRSOH WE ARE DELIGHTED It is gratifying to the editor of TheJ Sun land it ought tobe gratifying to every Democrat in Kentucky to note thatlMr Watterson has swung himself anjd the CourierJournal in line for Mr Bryaiji and that he declares that he will ardently support the Nebraskan for President The natural home of Mr Watterson and the CourierJournal is under a Democratic root beneath that Vine and Fig Tree bequeathed to us by the immortal Jefferson We have often thought Mr Watterson must be intensely miserable while nib bling sassafras bushes in Republican pastures and seeking shelter under Republican sheds One of his temperament must riecessarily hive felt the fangs of remor gnawing at his heart and he certainly must have tasted the bitter that flooded His soul touching the Light of Hope with waves of Egyptian night while he sojourned with the ragtimers and rahsackers of High Protection Hilarious Harbingers seekingnaught but pie plumage and parcel ShalKwe kill the fatted calfr or shall we simply open the door invite the prodigal in and have Old Mother De mocracy hug him to her bosom and pat him on the cheek and sayCMy dear wayward Henry you are welcome Step out into the mule Jot scrape the Republican mud from your shoes brush your breeches shake your coat change your socks and shirt andcome right in and have a seat with Ben Johnson 01 lie CreppsIBeckhain James McCreary and many other obedient boys including three or four hundred woolly roosters and a few reptiles With Mr Wattersun pouring double leaded hotshot into the Republicans with the aforesaid obedient boys on the stump telling the folks about Republican meanness and the illiterates of the country press dom their durndest Kentucky will give thirty thousand for Bryan andtwo hundred and ten thousand old hats will be flung at the moon Whoopeee TAYLORS SOLDIERS A statement has been sent out from Frankfort to the effect that the sol diers who guarded Taylor and dis turbed the peace of Goebel during his dying hours are to be paid for their serv ices It will jreqiiire 12000 of the States money to pay these fellows who beat loud tattoos with the butts ot their guns beneath the room in which the mortally wounded Goebel lay dying The biggest part of this money comes from Democratic taxpayers therefore Democrats are forcibly placed in the attitude f contributing money ta a merciless gang Who tortured a man much loved by the Democracy of Ken tucky aftefS he had been foully shot by an assassin concealed in the office of J the Secretary of State Thirty thousand Democrats who re mained away from the polls last No vember made it possible for a Republi can administration to run its hands into the pockets of the taxpayers to draw out 12000 with which to pay a lot of hoodlums for performing a dastardly job We have no quarrel to pick with these Democrats but we most earnestly hope that they may see the necessity of going to the polls in the future Will sons administration although yet very young oughtto convince Democrats that it is very unwise if not dangerous to place the tfftirs of State in the hands of Repuans Harry Thaw is trying to prove Ids sanity Ifhis nias money holds out it will be little trouble to convince a jury that he is not only sane but bril liant and wise as well The daily hewspapers of Kentucky are reportinglnumerous robberies in va r r VA rious sections of the State Safe blowers highwaymen and petit thieves are abroad in the land and it is well that people be alert Indeed every town should have a night policeman or night watchman until this wave of crime spends itself HtSW LLS GOOD THINGS The Ereckenndge Democrat says that Mr John P Haswell in a speech before thu recent Republican conven tion in Breckenridge county in sum ming up thevooa things he had done white a member of the Legisla ture a few years ago declared that he supported the measure to repeal the separate coach law The Democrat also saysrthat Mr Haswell announced that he had upon one occasion voted for a negro The Sun tells of these good things that Mr Haswell has done because he may some day become a candidate before the people of this section and it is well that the voter be informed as to the good acc m plished by the gentleman from Brecken ridge r Judge Thurmans Instructions Lebanon Enterprise Judge Thur mans instructions to the grand jury were delivered in plain but forcible lan guage and in conformity with the law ai he interprets it His instructions throughout rbore every evidence of the trained mind guided by a deep sense of the responsibility that rests upon him as an officer of the law and of the sacred duties it imposes upon him Not a Word did he utter that any honest lawabiding citizen could not endorse or any lawrespecting conscientious patriotic citizen could object to In short every expression and every sen tence he used marked him an earnest zealous advocate of the law which it is his duty under his sacred oath to en deavor to have enforced One of the questions he discussed was that of Night Riders He said that while he did not believe that Marion county had any troubles of thisI kind an investigation would do no harm and tend to Keeping out disorders of that character He said the sending of threatening letters was a violation of law and whileno offenses of this kind may have been committed in this sec ticnit was the duty of the grand jury to make diligent inquiry Gambling selling cigarette material unnecessary work on Sunday shooting at random on the public highway carrying concealed a deadly weapon selling whisky without a license and in localoption territory were taken up separately in his instructions and the law with re spect to these subject clearly pointed out iviust Wait Until NovemberS Frankfort Ky May 4 Chairman Lewis McQupwn ot the Democratic State Central and Executive Commit tees is in receipt of letters seeking in formation as to whether nominations can be made now for county officers to be voted for next year In reply to these Judge McQuown quotes the party law adopted at the last State Convert tion held in Louisville in June 1904 which is as follows Said State Executive Committee or any other committee shall not call a primary or convention for the nomina tion of a Democratic candidate or can didates for any office to be filled by a popular vote prior to the first day of November in the year next preceding the year in which the election is to be held fdr which said candidate is to be voted for Successful School The school taught by Mr Walter Hume at Mackville closed last Friday a week ago after one of the most suc cesstul terms ever taught that place Mr Hume is being congratulated by his friends and patrons who are delighted over his success There are few better teachers in this section Walter Hume is conscientious painstaking and enthu siastic besides being well equipped for his profession He was assisted by Mr Ulma Hume and Mr Walter J Mattingly who also deserve much credit for the unusual success of the school- TWO HORSES DROWN IN CREEKJi In Attempting to Save His Horses Mr Hughes LosesPurse Containing 3o i Mr Hughes a huckster who resides at Mt Washington in Anderson coun ty lost tfine work horses by drown ing in Glens creek fnear Tatham Springs yesterday afternoon While crossing the stream which was swollen one of the horses slipped and fell pull ing the other down with him Mr Hughes succeeded in cutting the har ness from the animals but notwithstanding they struggled hard it was im possible for then to get a footing upon the slippery rock in jerking a knife from his pocket Mr Hughes purse containing 30 fell into the stream and was lost SOLDIERS To Be Paid For Guarding Taylor and Disturbing Goebel Dur ing His Dying Hours If Frankfort Ky April 30 After waiting for eight years it is nowcer- tamtl1at the soldiers who guarded Gov W S Taylor and the other Republican officials here during the reign of terror in the winter and spring of 1900 following the assassination of Gov William Goebel will get their pay Through an order to Judge R L Stout here today the name of Adit GenP- P J hnston an inspector of the payrolls was substituted in the petition of the soldiers for that of former Adjt Gen Percy Haly and complying with the mandate of the Court of Appeals the money will be distributed as soon as Gen Johnstonh time to inspect the payrolls There will be about 12 000 distributed WINS HONOR Mr Cunningham Will Represent Southern College In Intercol legiate Oratorical Contest Mr C T Cunninghnm spent a few days here this week with his parents Mr and Mrs Andrew Cunningham while enroute to Lexington where he will represent the University of South Carolina in the Intercollegiate oratori cal contest to be held in that city Thursday night The Daily Record of Columbia S Csays The kpnual preliminary for the Southern Intercollegiate contest was held in the university chapel last night C T Cunningham who graduates this year in law and who is a member of the Eupradian society was declared the winner of the contest Mr Cun ningham had as his subject America a Problem IIHe treated it in his usual broad way His speech was marked throughout by passages of fine English and his conclusion was very impressive The judges were out less than five minutes and when Mr Cunningham was declared the siJecessful contestant the large crowd manifested its approval All the speeches were of the highest order possible and each was treated in the way bestsuited for the indiyidual subject This contest is the most important of the whole collegiate year and the rivalry between the two societies is al ways at a high pitch The standard set by past contests of this nature was thought by many to have been raised last night It is well to know however that even if it were not surpassed it was at least not lowered one whit By last nights decision Mr Cunning ham is chosen to represent the univer sity in the contest between the differ ent Southern colleges which will be held in Lexington Ky during the month of May Everyone seemed well pleased with the choice of the judges eyen the defeated members of the Clariosophic society audience was the largest that has been seen at any of the recent gatherings of this nature The chapel was crowded Mr Cunningham a finished orator and a gentleman of high attainments His friends in Springfield while they realize that he must contest with the talent of the country feel that he has an excellent chance to capture the medal at Lexington tomorrow night SKEET CANTER UNDER ARREST 4Charged With Robbing Charlie Moore of 40 Last Sunday Wilson Skeet Canter was arrested here Monday morning by City Mar shal Grace charged with robbing Chas Moore of about 40 It is alleged that Canter entered Mr Moores home Sunday afternoon during the absence of the family and car ned away a box containing as above statedabout 40In passing through the hjprse lot Canter procured an axe or hatchet and proceeded to break open the box While engaged In this one of Moores sons came upon him and it is said Canter offered to give him250 to keep quiet Canter waived an examing trial and was held under bond of 200 TOBACCO BED 41 DESTROYED i In Broad Day Light In the Pen wick Section Perpetrators Known But Still at Large A large tobacco bed was totally de stroyedin the Fenwick section late last Saturday afternoon and while each of the perpetrators of the infamous deed are well known no effort has been made by Washington county officials to ar rest and punish the culprits The Sun is informed that not a plant was left standing the ground being badly torn up The gentleman who saw the culprits at their nefarious work says that they were all dressed in white but made no effort to cdnceal their identity When ordered to leave they offered no resistance nor made no threats While it is not thought ad visable to consider the matter of pun ishment for the raiders at present the chances are that somebody will get their mutton and hides before next Christmas A flock of sheep it is said are guilty of destroying Mr James Suttons tobacco bed PENSIONS Secured By Congressman Ben Johnson For Washington County PeopleI Through the efforts of Congressman Ben Johnson the following persons liv ing in Washington county have been granted pensions William H Gordon Tatham Springs 20 per month Pres ton Dawson Springfield 12 per month Edward Batsel Springfiield 12 per month and Samuel Lewis Willisburg 20 per month The eiection of last June at which saloons were voted out of Bowling Green became effiectiye Saturday and seventeen saloons closed their doors The Mayor has issued a proclamation asking the public to assist the police in preventing violations of the law A heavy snowstorm fell generally over the StateThursday but soon disappeared The weight of the snow broke the branches of trees at some places but it is not believed the fruit crop suffered to any great extent The wheat crop and vegetable gardens were damaged slightly Dallas and Felix Winn two alleged Callowaycdunty night riders were re arrested Thursday on the charge of sending threatening letters vHof the accused men with the exception of three have now beenapprehehded SET FIRE TO BUILDING Y After Robbing RobertsonCIayi A brooke Cos Dry Goods StoreSlight Damage fA thief or thieyes effected anewtX trance to RobertsonClaybrooke T iitdayJi open A money drawer was found open and a small amount of change wast taken Further than this nothing elsVl Jais reported missing although the pro i prietors are not sure that some of the stock was not carried away by the t thief A The supposition is that the burglar y entered the store early Sunday morn ing t Mr W H McElroy entered the build ing Sunday morning and found the room filled with a dense smoke He hurriedly instituted search for the cause of the smoke andfound at the foot of the steps leading to the base ment a smoldering fire He notified some parties in the Walton Hotel arid with their assistance the fire was ex tinguished A hole about the size ofL a barrel head was burned trough the 5 floor The fire was started in a place where it had little light material ov feed upon else1 the flames would have spread more rapidly andvery likely destroyed the large stock of goods bei tfore discovered r It is thought the thief or thieyes fired the building in order to cover up the robbery t CONVENTION Of the Christian Bible Sch04rl i rtiSession h1rereso v ing Meeting H JtllT tThe nineteenth annual Christian Bibl SchoolConyention of the First Districtt of Kentucky is in session in the Chris i tian church in this city having met yesterday afternoon at 230 Tile meetv ing is well attended and it is said by those in attendance that it is one of the most interestmg as well as profit able conventions ever held by the or ganization k The district is composed of Jefferson Bullitt Spencer Nelson Washmgtoo Taylor and Marion count esand eacIifof these counties is represented in the meeting A large number of interesting suti jects have been discussed in a most enV t tertaining manner besides quite anumrT ber of interesting addresses have been ri delivered all of which have been pleas ing to the large audiences After services tonight the convention iIpwill adjourn v The citizen of Springfield were glad otthe opportunity to attend these h meetings and feel that they have been greatly benefitedI REAL ESTATE Business Will Be Active During l the Next Few Months Pre f J diets BD Lake LAt Mr B P Lake informs The Sun that r indications point to an acivereal es tate business Jin this county during the spring and summer He has received many inquiries from prospective buyers of farms and believes that he will con sumate several sales within the next few weeks This is a pretty good indi cation that the panic in this immediate section at least is over Times with out a doubt are becoming more settled in Washington county andjnoney mat ters are not near so tight now as a fer weeks ago Poultry Raising Pays INow is the time of year to feed jour fowls a goodj tonic R41I44 cure Cholera Gapes and Limbernaok ii When fed as a pre ntiyeitJOt9D1Yr keeps them healthy lay Gives eachslckfowl3 to 5 drop three tithes a yAs a preventive feed it in the eed three or four tifea a week Turkeys require a snttEtr i r108e Price50 C ntL Gnarant jbJ Hyon Robe I prui 1sb 0 ht i 1 FPF t 4 iL TflE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 6 foo8 e Itt 1 ICCice cei II t II FOR CASH AND ONLYi t 5OO and 1OGO Pound Coupon Bo ksSFor Sale at 10 per a nt I I Disco- untSpringfield r I J 1 Electric Light Water andI HEAVY FINE Assessed Against An Editor for fcrtV Maligning Gov Beckham 0From CourierJournal Frankfort Ky April 30Alvin Seekamp editor of the weekly paper published in Louisville called the Crit erion today entered a plea of guilty to the charge of criminal libel and a fine of 1000 was entered against him The fineI was paid promptly and Mr See kamp released He publisKed in the Criterion an article which was copied from a St Louis weekly paper which 0reflected on J C W Beckham form erly Governor but now an attorney in Frankfort The amount of the fine was agreed to betore the case wascalled 0and no evidence was introduced Mr- S eka nD simply entering a plea of ogdjlty an4matcinga statement regard ing the publication and why he had madeit The statement made by Mt See kamp sets forth that he is only 19 years 0f age and that he was the publisher of the paper called the Criterion He ayshe first heard of the story from a reporter for a Louisville newspaper- TJie story was published in a St Louis paper winch circulates in Kentucky apd Seekamp reprinted the article in 0the St Louis paper Mr Seekamp says in the statement that he has investigated the charges 0made in the publication and finds that they are untrue and that Mr Beckham wasinot guilty of any of the charges made against him SPARROW Farmers are very busy whenever the 0weather will permit preparing land- and planting corn Wheat and rye and grass of all kinds are very prosperous Fruit of all kinds is notall killed but is falling off badly Messrs Simpson and Stevens haye charge of the stock of goods purchased by Geo A Williams of W R Moore and are retailing it Grays n Searcy and wife leftlast Monday for Palistine Texas whert 0ltheyexpect to make their future home Mack Sparrow bought of Grayson Searcy one buggy and harness for 25 TY T Mitchell bought of Grayson Searcy a nice fouryearold Saddle and harness horse for 90oW R Moore and E Y Martin at tended court at Lawrenc burg last Monday Rev H L Olmstead filled his regu lar appoiritirifent at Old Fairmount last Sunday and1 delivered twor very able discourses one at 11 a m the other at 430 pJm Thefe were three ad ditiQns to the hurch A J Moore and daughter of Anti och attended church at Fairmount last SundaySRev H LNOlmstead spent Saturday familyInett and daughterSRey J A Harding of Bowling Green will preacn at old Fairmount the third Sunday in May 1Cammackwith J 0 Webb and family last Sunr day Night riders visited the community i around Black Ky last week leaving a bundle of switches at each mans door with a note warning them not to grow any tobacco in 1908 butthe handwritingcan be identified and the growers will make it hot for the boys Mrs J 0 Webb who has been quite ill Jor somejtime we are glad to note is some better at this writing May The Sun shine bright in each and every home in Washington and ad joining counties rjl I Ja JJ MARK TWAIN = m J Announcenfent I ii WOOL WOOL 11 t WOOLfl- t ITire CAMPBELLSVILLE MANUFACTURING CO Of Campbelisvilie Kentucky l Having built an dntirely new plant now announce that Ithey are ready to Manufacture Wool int4such article as any farmer needs sJlchasI it t r ILADIESL Our Motto Hbnest Goods at Reasonable PricesI SIIOur goods art All WOOL Full Width and Fast See one of our agents who will show ypu our samples Get our terms and send us your wool r i C R McWHORTER Agen Springfield Ky 7 W K EDELEN Agent Blincoe Ky 1 l E HARMON nt Mackville Ky It 2 5 G W PETERSON feneral Manager 1C 1Fi f4 f fi f Ancient Uty round El Paso TexProf A H Black ston archeologist and possessor ot the largest private collection of Mex ican antiquities in the Smithsonian institution in Washington has re turned to this city after what he an nounces is the most important of his discoveries in Mexico He says he has discovered remains of people of prehistoric America and that these people complete the link betweeji the Mound Builders oil the north and the Mayas on tIle south 0Pf Blacldston brings back some of tie most valuable acquisitions to ancient American relics among them the largest stone ax ever found and stalks of maize and tornillo brush 800 years old found in a perfect state of preservation burled in the adobe walls of the new found city The site of the discovery is across the continental divide from the scene of the Cascas Grandian ruins which have been the source of most extensive studies by archeologists in Mexico in the last decade In an al most impassable wilderness 30 miles west of Des Cabezos in a land never before trod by the foot of a white man the ancient city was found Two months ago the deserted city was located by an Indian guide and the fact was reported to Prof Blackistori who is conducting a government experi ment station in the Rio Grande valley and who immediately investigated with the most surprising results The village was found situated on a precipitous cliff in part surrounded by a large natural cave 1500 feet above the Bavlspe river which flows in the deep valley below Here were dlscov ered the ruins of hundreds of adobe houses all but a few in a good state of preservation The quality of pot frtoAztecsrThe Casas Grandes Indians and the tribes just discovered occupy ape cullar position in the relations of an dent tribes of the western hemis phere said Mr Blackiston AddI- tional facts just obtained show that these tribes formed a connecting link sttheAztecs form the southern group and the Pueblos and Mound Builders the northern The Casas Grandians formed an intermediate group Their ruins and culture symbols show in fluences common to both of the groups named Prof Blackiston say that the idols fthoseSymbols on the pottery made by them are also similar On the other hand their buildings are like those of the Pueblos The sun sign used was the same as that used by both the Aztecs and the Mound Builders This is also the sun Egyptianswhichthem with the mhemisphereCascas Grandians and those of the new found race is the same as that used by the Chinese The winged ser pent of the Cascas Grandians is like the same symbol of the north and south tribes The remains of temples of the Cascas Grandians show sun worship and the tribe just discovered wayWithguide up to two months ago no man of civilization had ever set foot on the ruins Proof athewithout the sign of molestation of the hand pf man white or red The doors of the houses stand sealed as they were left when their occupants departed never to return On the still mountain almost inaccessible to man standsInave never been rolled away by ciiri larldcrslyingpreclplstirbcd in no way but by the elements Dirty Work Goes On I Harrodsburg Herald Last Sunday morning Mr1 J L Tobin who lives near Braxton found a notice tacked to his gatepost warning him it would not bs good tor him if he did not put a white man in a tenement house which stands on his place It seems that some weeks ago a tenant house on Mr Tobins farm occupied by George Jones colored was burned the fire resulting from a defective flue Mr Tobin has rebuilt the house with the idea that Jones should move into it But having received this warning has let the house to Cleveland Kurtz a white man There is nota better citizen in the county than Mr Tobin and it does seem like an outrage that a man who attends strictly to his business as he docs should be dictated to as to what disposition he shall make of any of his own property The warning was signed Night Riders Makes Hogs Fatten J T Estes R R No4 Winchester Iysaystl gave hogs Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and fed them in a lot where hogs had died with cholera I never had a thriftier lot of hogs or had them fatten faster IISold by all druggists His Decision- I done said I wuz gwine fer de heathen ez a missionary but I come ter de conclusion dat home is de place fer me De heathen blled an eat up de las missionary we sont uman- I aint ready to go dat way not yit Atlanta ConstitutionS i MEHEMED ALl BEY Turkish Ambassador at Washington frost and freeze Lexington Ky May Ithe heavy ost and cold weather of last night did rpore damage in this section than the snow which fell yesterday morning H F Hillenmeyer the wellknown nurs eryman of this city said today that w 0hileother orchard fruit were safe grapes were damaged and strawberries suffered considerably Still he thought would be abundant enough this section Garden truck sUff red most from the freeze potatoes he said being frozen down to the ground and beans tomatoes and other tender garden plants that were above ground and not protected hopelessly blighted Farmers residing across the Wood ord line between here and Versailles ho were in the city Friday report there was a killing frost in that sec tion and that not only ice formed on the ponds but that the ground in some exposed places was frozen Gardners and others in this city wKbse garden truck was advanced took the precaution to protect their plants by covering them up and in this way any gardens escaped serious injury Anderson Democratic Anderson News The Wise Boy was abroad in Lawrenceburg last Saturday and took a look at the Republican convention held at theopera house Some One had told him that some day soon we might expect Old Anderson to join the Republican column But whenHOur Boy Solomon took a look t the convention he was heard to re m ark If they do each other that way ina convention what would they do to us Democrats if they got a chance No no it will be a few moons yet before the Republican party carries Anderson countyS t MATRIMONIAL REPARTEE Itl remember well how you looked like an idiot when you proposed tc me Looked like an Idiot I was one Le Frou Frou The Best Bargaini- n reading matter that your money can buy is your local pa per It keepsiyou posted on tht doing of the community This Paper will tell you the things you want to know in an entertaining way will give you all the new of the community its every visit will prove a pleasure it give more than fullalue for the price aikedforit L U 4 r lr- f DO YOUWANT ONE 1vou4instrument Its well worth your while to investi gate our new and eCQnomlcal plan of piano sellingSIts not the old way but our new way Whether you buy for cash or on payments you will be inter ested Write us today for free booklet tells you all about it Gives youj information worth knowing MontenegroRiehm Music Go INCORPORATED C28r630 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky t c FARM PRODUCTS 1091000000 Seventeen States West of Mississippi Show 15 Per Cent Increase Omaha NebA statistical bureau here has issued a statement compiled from government reports showing the value of of Sstatesto have been 1091000000 Corn lead in production being valued at nearly 500000000 Winter wheat is next valued at 200000000 and domestic hay was valued at only 2000 Pettatoesdicates an increase of 15 per cent over the previous year and this increase Is credited to irrigation Quartette of Dogs Sings Maiden MassA dog quartette that SuwaneeRiverof tune was the star feature ofa social at the Bethlehem Methodist church the other night The dogs are owned by Rev H Ax Sheridan the pastor and he says he trained them himself The basso is a bulldog A little terrier takes the so prano while two hounds sing the sayshedogs because of their fondness for music and that it was not much work to teach them The singing was a 0qualified ti Weak Heart Action There are certain nerves that control the action theybecome action is impaired Short breath pain around heart palpitationor rapid pulse ad other distressing symptoms follow Dr Miles Heart Cure is a medicine especially adapted to the needs of these nerves and the muscular structure of the heart itself It is a strengthening tonic that brings speedy relief Try it whatIthought hearttroublewhen the Dr Miles almanac came totrytaken three bottles and now I am ndthisattentlonMRS D BARRON 804 Main St Covington Ky HeartCure fallstoMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind OOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOQOOO IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURASK YOUR GROCER FOE y Pridi of Washington or Sprlngfitldf Choice MANITPAOTURED BY Y J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT GGOGGQQOGGeOGOGGOGOOOOOOOO aIIIIIIiIiNight li sf HawkJrSired ci t- ldl i IJayBird 4SII George Wilkes 4 Dam Katie White by Paladme 2 dam Maggie Gf by Taylors Mee t senger 3 dam Ball by Mambrino Columbus 4 dam Addie by Erecson NIGHT HAWK Jr t will make the season of 1908 at my barn at Texas Ky at ijJ 10rWeaningTime Dli ACrosby 1 II iiiiiiraTIlE SUN YANDBoth pa pers lyr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournalS 150 125NashvilleWeekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution5 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 f SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 175Home175AmericanAmerican Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 f 2007FarmFarm Field and Fireside 175 0ReviewLippincotts Magazine 285 s Magazine400 Ledger Monthly175Harpers Magazineu 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv South h 150 The SUN ltI GENUINE Brown Cultivator IEasily Operated and Most UptoDate Cultivator on the Market TodayJRoth Disc Shovel Styles Parallel Beams Spring Trips Mr Dealer Cultivate your Customer a pleased customer isyour best advertisement Mr FarmerIt you want to get rid of v the blues take on a BROWN I Weare State Agents for Studetbaker Wagons Oliver and BreakingPlowsThomssDriils Rakes and Disc Harrows Lean lob Steel Smoothing Harrows anALand Rollers Write for Catalogues A FULL LINEOF FIELD SEEDS J Ltwls Ic Chimlitrs 162m Louisville Ky c7 i o r yt taa r j l ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1908 c 13L X ++ + + + + ifri ReadersI+ j F VE191B4ESTMixedPaint H Itff jtt1= =w J == I i s w = = W t iIII F Ii Iilit + = 3 0Eu IIii W I 9 l a- i5 I izLr7 14 W + = I II RI- ltajrjL1i ftf + = W Ater= = DIRECTIONS iz =r= 00r 1 aNBACKOPs1t= I 1 What the Name Implies it 1 Is What the Name Imp e= i 1 CS L = =j t 5 = = hi f J 0I WHEN PLACING YOUR ORDER GOOD FOR INSIDE or OutSIDSYkKCOLOR CARDS AND PRICE LIST FURNISHED ON APPLICATION jf 1 o 7 i1t StrasseGans Paint Com 1t INCORPORATED MarketLOUISVILLEKY Paints j Oils Glass Brushes Varnish Etc 215 W h 1 For Sale by The Red Cross Drug Store Springfield Ky t0 L L L L qllf1l 11 tt ftHtifiHtf VENOMI Taken Prom Lance Head Viper Supplyof Serum Sufficient J for Half a Century 4 LtNew York April 26For the first time in eighty years and the second time in the history of the science of medic ne ail operation for the extraction of venom from the deadly lance head viper said to be the most poison ous of alii known reptiles was per formed at the Bronx Zoological Park today Ti6 operation which was di f rected by E W Runyan of this city through whose efforts the snake was captured anjd brought to New York was a complete success and as a result science once more has a plentiful sup ply of the strum which has been found almost invaluable in the treatment of extreme cases of insanity and also of many of thejmalignant diseases The extremely powerful nature oft the lance heads yenow can be no betx ter described probably than by decla ration of one of the scientists who wit nessed the operation today When the perilous task had been completed and the precious fluid had been obtained carefully weighed and found to be less than a third of an ordinary teaspoonful in quantity he announced that the supply was ample to meet the demands of the world for at least half a century He explained at the same time that this would provide for the most wide spread use of the seium in all the ma lignant diseases such as typhoid and scarlet fever and diphtheria So power ful is the action that prescribed only in the most minute quantities the larg est potion commonly used containing only one tentrillionth of a grain brom that point the trituration continues down to a point where figures would be useless in attempting to describe it Todays operation was the culmination of years of painstaking trouble in which appeared almost insurmountable the course ot which many obstacles were finally overcome So great is the dread of the reptile among the natives around the head waters of the Amazon where it is td be found and among sail ors who knowof its dangerous charac ter that Oit was only with the utmost difficulty that a specimen was captured and brought to New York Those WhO participated in the operation I today were Dr Raymond L Dit mars curators of reptiles at the park Dr St Clair Smith one of the leading 1 oi ttft tt thomeopaths of the ceuntrv Head Keeper Charles F Snyder of the rep whoIliadinto the room securely caged were thrownmto a panic when Head Keeper Snyder appeared bearing the writhing monster at arms length on a piece of slender wire They Were reassured a theIsnake was placed upon the table his head pinioned and Dr Ditmars seized him in a firm grip Holding the reptile close to his body with the head pointing outward Dr Ditmars gage the signal and Keeper Snyder thijust into the snakes mouth the receptacle which had been prepared to receive the venom It was a glass of unusual strength and the wide aperture at the top had peen covered with medicated gauze end securely receptacJeIfrom the vipers nose there was a lunge forward so quick that the eye scarcely thrownIfangs were curled back and with a snap the fangs tore through the cloth the jaws closed sharply and the poison enough to kill a dozen men spurted harmlessly into the glass The snake will be kept in captiyity and if he survives it is likely that other operations will b performed from ofserumviperwilIhas not eaten since die was captured in the wilds of Brazil more than a month ago and the experts at the Zoological Garden say that unless he soon takes nourishment he will languish fddie Could Not Eat saysOurpouredBourbondid not have a single fowl tools Sold by all druggists l Box of Coins In Roof Rising Sun MdWhile removing an old cedar roof that has been on the dwelling offrs James Watson of Fallstown Hartford county since ItsI erection in 1794 the contractors Kerr Colder found between the roofing and plaster a tin box of copper and silver coins valued at several huh dred dollars According to the dates the coins were paced there when the house was built The shingles though worn oh exposed edges were sound under the lappings and many of the wrought iron nails were in good condition s- i l t Barn Burned Harrodsburg Herald The substantial barn of Mr J G Mallon at his residence on Lexington street burned Thursday night between 9 and 10 oclock His 850 automobile a 135 phaeto thirtybarrels of corn and a quantity t of oats and hay was con- sUmed making the loss about 1600 with only 1000 insurance The intense heat from the burning building ruined Mr Mallons strawberry bed and a number of fruit and am mental trees A lot of fencing was also burned The fire was evidently the work of an in cendiary as those who first arrived on the scene found the door of the barn which had been locked at dark stat d ing open A Mild Laxative ForBabysBoels Doctor Points Out Dangers of Pills and Cathartics Salts purgatives and violent cathar tics are dangerous when given babies children or delicate women says a well known doctor Neither should they be given medicines containing narcotics for stomach or bowel troubles It would be well for mothers to heed this warning and Keep on hand a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for baby tlufamllystomach remedy It is safe and pleasant to take and has cured old people of chronic constipation and dyspepsia of many years standing and yet Is harm less for a baby as many a happy mother can testify It brings natural dally move ments sweetens the stomach aids digestion and stimulates the torpid liver to proper action The children like it Lafo Weathers the popular hotel man In Indianapolis says children like it we all use it and would not be without It in the house Mrst tattle Crouch Tlptonville Tenn cured her 5 months old baby of Indigestion with It Mrs Almon Willis Jamaica Vt says it saved her babys life Mrs A Do Cunningham Fresno Calif says she cant keep house without It It cured her little son of rheumatism and stomach trouble Mrs Flora Hebrew Bow Creek Kan says Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin cured my little girl of constipaton I cannot recommend your splendid remedy too highly for children Mrs Mary E Young Burlington la writes I cheerfully recommend it to mothers as the best laxative for children Mrs Alice Miller Canal Dover Ohio has used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with splendid results as a laxative for childrenAll selllt at 60c and 100 per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co 301 Cald well Bldg Mqriticello Ills will send a free sample toy anyone who has never used it and will give it a fair trial For sale by The Red Cross Drugstore r WILSONI Brazil Black Diamonds iThe mining methods employed are of the cru lest nature and the work is all done by native miners The diamonds iare found in a gravel known as cascalho which is ob- brined on the sides and slopes of the Sincora mountains and in the Para ibutarieslOI1ersgenerally allow wellknown miners to work their properties wino receive a return of onefifth to onefourth forI ves either on the spot to the diamond buyers who represent the Bahia firms or the stones are shipped to Paris or London for their account or on joint account with the firms established in IjJahia with their head offices at home They receive from these firms from 80 to 90 per cent thelbalance t f Farmhouse Antiques A highly ingenious device for putting on the market old furniture the faking of whichis quite a con siderable industry in the western midlands in England has been told by a dealerrHe had 80 Welsh farmhouses on his books in each of which he had deposited for use of the tenant but also in the hope that holiday people might desire to buy them old dressers and cupboards and tables The inexperienced hunter for old furniture invariably looks for worm holes They are provided for him by a judicious peppering with small shot and lesthe should be suspicious and probe for worm dust they are carefully salted with fine sand LAYING THE BLAME reatiyIWhy didnt you furnish me resolutions that were warranted not to break NOT COMPLIMENTARY t Well said the young lawyer after he had heard his new clients story your case appears to be good I think we can secure a verdict without much trouble Thats what I told my wife said the man and yet she insisted at first that we ought to engage a firstclass lawyer Philadelphia Press The Springfield Sun 1 Oller year TheSun and Courier =Jpirnal URK J r ++ + EGGS3For 6 PEKIN DUCK EGGS Stock from Mrs B F Jackson INDIAN RUNNER DUCK EGGS and WHITE H DEN GOOSE EGGS stock from Mrs B F Jackson AT 1O Each Mammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs Mrss Wright Straine 12 12C Each Logancounty BUFF ORPINGTON and S C WHITE LEGHORN EGGS- YJ1 t DOFOR OF I5 BALLARpRKy CLUBBING RATES WITUtiLOUISVILLE DAILIES LouisvilleTimes 5 jQ The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 640 Same including Sun yS20The Sun andithe daily Couner Journal any three days in the week 3711 dailyCourierJournal days in the week sicri r 30The2i8QThe 25ThePost one veaxN 4 JO Thf Signr our KiHiKtky Statt Jwr nalf bttfc HtyMi I t c r 4 Jy THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1908i f 1 A Good Garden Is the familys living through the sum CULTIHoes Spades have the v Etc Etc And till Best Garden Best Tools GardenP The successful farmer lis the farmer who best implements the successful Plowgardener Jstheman hdas the best tools theWe carry the BEST in stockour Aces are MIIIKETVERY reasonable Come in arid look at I our line of tools J i dJ aJJa33 a3 EeE T WE WANT YOU TO SEE OURrm Ai r STOVESt I T BETTER cE E E E E EE rirE tE tEiEEi EEiE irPerrirEairEirEFE cL tEEcE- Do J I You Need a Cooking Stove or Range If so it will payyou to see our large liner J Full line Lawn Mowers Refrigerators Water Coolers etc When You ncetf PLUMBING and TIN ROOFING let us figger with you H SHULTZ RIEDEL TUCKYta 1lI m I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance PublisherGLrteredat the postoffic atSpnngfield s 4 Ky for transmission through the smai1s as secondclass matter- i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1 r One year u 100 J Blx Months z 50 Tree Months 25 f ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CONGRESSWe are authorized to announce tlje Hon Ben Johnson of z Nelson county asa candidate for reelection to Congress from the Fourth Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A C Kimball as candidate for the nomiria tion for Sheriff ot Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Richard Boblitt Sam JD Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and Hubert Virgin r 4 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce S J Anderson for Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action oL the Democratic party Deputies Byron Groake Geo Powell Sam Hale and H R Eddleman IiUU5Sf III Win J BRYAN r CourierJournal- Mr James Creelman has Written in the current number of P arsons Magazine ani explanation yof Mr William Jennings Bryan whuto is at once sug gestive and notable It is a fault of our critical portraitures hardly less than of our party politics that we run to verbal excesses of one sort and an other new fdr and now againstthe im mediate stfbject under treatment In his sketxrn ot the irrepressible son of Nebraska the famous War Correspon dent writing from familiar knowledge largely avoids both the spirit and the la jto answer seeksIa thoughtful minds why and what is Mri Bryan Assuredly as Mr Creelman says he ttavle1to the Pope and talked to Merry del Val rePreisentin has cheered him miLondon The newspapers of Eu rope and Asia have discussed him as one ofcthe chief figures of modern civi lizati Americaiimmerse multitudes assembled in New York pastsionaie greetings In spite of histwo historic defeats in spite of the fact that his followers usually see only a nimbus of martyrdom about him Mr Bryan continues to exercise power over a people who have twice rejected him for President of the United States Mr Creelman tells us that Mr Bryan has amassed a fortunehis income es timated as more than that of the Presi dentusafely invested m United States bonds yet in this despite as Mr Creelman proceeds to point outHhlS shrewd attention to the profitable side of his popularity his steady thrift in acquiring wealth his growing dimensions as a proprietor have not lessened his hold upon the imagination of thereat propertyless multitudes who see in him only the unstained unterrified champion of the poor and demand his renomination for the Presidency de feat or no defeat Mr Bryans conceded personal in tegrity his personal charm and abso lute cleanliness will not account for this There are other elements and in gredients belonging to his hold upon the people His genius asa chooser of policies will not account for it becaus the freesilver issue has been grown to powder under the feet of history the plea of an immediate abandon ent of the Philippines has been disc edited if not exploded and even MrylJryan him self shrinks from government owner ship of railways asa political pro gramme Nor will persistency as a can didate or eloquence s an orator furnish a solution of the cnystery Mr Creelmairssilexplanationfs to be found in these extracts HIn a vey real but entirely proper sense it itray be said in explanation of Mr Bryans extraordinary hold upon the party which he has twice led to de feat that he has reduced politics to an hon st trade To this extent he is perhaps the inost original and successful politician that America has produced and it ar gues much for Mr Bryan s native abil ity that he has succeeded in establish iighimself in a very profitable busi ness while maintaining himself as a political idealist It is las if Peter the- whileHermit had become arich man preaching the Crusade to Europe In the beginning of his national career Mr Bryan seemed to be con trolled largely by his Presbyterian doc trine of foreordmation He was in that sense a fatalist He impressed those about him with his firm belief that God interposed His power direetlyin the affairs of men Whatever may be saijl of him Mr Bryan is without perfidy or double dealing He is a man of sincere convic tions and straightforward methods He may sometimes confound a stately and resounding fluency of speech with con structive statesmanship he may mis take the art of epigrammatization for the science of government and fail to distinguish the difference between an honest emotion and a sound principle but he has never been a liar or a traitor his word is pure gold and he fights in the open i S Mr Bryan is open and honest about his business success He makes no se cret of his profits There was no other course open to him ifi he was to con tinue his fight for the people according to his convictions with the rich men of his party bitterly opposed to him He had no favored corporations to supply him with funds He had no millionaire admirers to pay railway fares or take care of the cost of meetings He had to make his continuous crusade more than selfsupporting to put his politi cal work on the footing of a trade or abandon the party organization tjothe socalled conservatives In this way Mr Bryan has made iiti+++ i M t IiI l I iWWW3P + HHHHHHHHfe INVOICE will be TAKEN TUESDAY i S UTIL TH AT DAY GOODS WILL BE T Irt Slaughtered 1 It rIhave disposed of my stock of Furniture to Leachman Campbell and my stockof 31 Stoves Tin tate and Graniteware to Shultz RIedel Invoice will be taken next Tuesday but until that day you will be given a chance to buy goods jat your own price 4w w wadet3rl If you need anything in these lines now is the the time to bUy Visit the toreo tJg the corner ask to see goods and get pijices AMPBELLz l t t iJ G4Il ft ri+ W M f J I I rTheeptfI At The BIG STORE EIs especially Attractive this season This stock is larger than usual and you will find here EXTRA VALI UES in the different grades of Axministers Velvets Body Brussells Tapestry Brussells Ingrain Carpets Mattings Room Size Rugs Linoleums and Small Rugs Rugs With Hardwood Finish Border Are the Correct thing for your Floor and we have a IIfine assortment pi them In size 9x12 from I 1O to 4O Each I III Our Wall Paper Stock was Never Better1 C i wAI Draperies vf a I Awnings and Porch Shades IBI Large Stock Mattings 15c to 40c per yd Mattingj 65c each Jute Smyrna Rugs 3ox6o98c 1 Velvet Rugs 27x54139Ve- lvet Rugs 36x72 325 We are showing some New Things in Mensand Boys Suits Shoes Hats I wear and Collars fe I Specials for Friday and Saturday IHope 8 l3c perYd White Counterpanes afue 93c Extra good India Linon lOc V1 yd I The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO IiINCORPORATED14vltw dt 1jit w1i f531 311S tt himself independent of Wallstreet Democrats He has even made it profit able from a material standpoint to de nounce and avoid them So that even the dullest radical can see that there is good money in the service of the people as well as in the service of their enemies All this is perfectly logical It is en tirely plain and clear It does account for some things which seemed contradictory m Mr Bryans character and proceeding The fault wluch the Cour ierJournal has found with Mr Bryan and his relation to the Democratic party lay chiefly on two of prac tical rather than doctrinal objection that he made too many issues and too many speeches Taking history and experience for our warrant remembering how a let ter defeated Mr Clay and a sentence Mr Blainewe asked of Mr in case he meant to run again for Presi dent greater reserve His failure to heed this admonitson might easily be turned for him or him money the birdinhand as against the birdin thebush in the latter event a differ ent opinion intense and eager zeal in the work of propagandism in the form er The toomanyissues objection might likewise be cited for or against Mr Bryan as holding the public interest and curiosity and the Chautauqua audi ences upon the one handas betraying intense childlike earnestness inhuman sympathies and the cause of Re form upon the other hand Mr Bryan has the right to claim as to both citations the benefit of the doubt and to proclaim his own view to protest his disinterestedness and lets truthfulness and here he might call as witnesses the circumstance that he came to the front at the iriftial moment of a period of revolution that he creat ed the issues nor the conditions of that revolution but brought to them the stalwart confidence and ardor of a very young man that embarked upon a tempestuous sea he was borne along on its bosom through a midocean gale and did riot learn the art of navigation though steering his bark among the rocks and breakers off the shoreline and all of us Whether for him or against him can say that right or wrong he is a good American an aspiring student of political economies and a brave and honest man who if elected President of the United States may be trusted to do no unclean un canny thing but to administer the office as becomes a Constitution loving Democrat On these grounds and with this bc Our stockof Dry Goods and Notions Tress Goods Silks and Trimmings White Goods s Belts Neckwear Etc Etc MS being added to each week and you should see our soak before making any purchases Neck 0 Shirts Cotton l l points Bryan against neither t tr a = lief the CourierJournal is going to support mainIhim with all its might and The platform should be very simple The trouble with all our modern party platforms is that they have been made too often to be disregarded Thev have for the most part come to be handicaps rather than helpers The more intelligent among the voters look upon them as springes to catch woodcock On no public question of the time is Mr Bryan a menace to the country On no public question of the time is he so radical as Mr Rpoosevelt In the coming campaign the people will be asked to revise their judgment of a man and to choose between two men the one representing Democracy u- nLTTTTTIT J u ttl terrified and undefiledthe Democracy of the People the other representing the oneman power and the oneparty power an heirapparent who appears before us carrying the bigstick of a Field Marshal and perilously near to the wearing of a crown v- 0n that alignment of men and forces we believe the people will revise theirf r judgment and elect Mr Bryan 1 Saliva Anti Snake H IAU men possess in their bodies li which acts upon serpents and the human saliva It is saidr makes them take to flight as though they had been touched with boiling water The same substance it is said de- stroYs them the moment it enters their throat Pliny the Elder 4i HANQSOME DISPLAY OF SPRING STYLES oj AT IIII Grundy Mdntirei Ladies Srping Suits from 7 to 254 Boys Knee Pant Suits 15Q and INew rr andSkirtsi vt ri HANDSOME LINE MENS CLOTHING J p t i r J t lrf l r 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 6968 i Saturday Salej j H I FORCASH v v qiFext Saturday May 9 I will conduct another Saturday Sale a dIam anxious faHou to study the prices quoted be wIthout10sam anxious you to come BARGAINSi fcN GROCERIES p 6B Cots Sweet Kernel Syrup try it you will use no other 121 pound cans fOc Half gallon cans 2Oc I gallon cans 5 40qThree pounds Fan y Head Rice 25 Six Bars of all kinds ofScap for 25 N 60Three l Three cans of the best Tomatoes 52 Sty packages oi Arbuckles Coffee forto 100 The best Apples for Pies per can 05The best Maple syrup per quartr 35 10LargeZ 122barsHighest Market Prices Paid For Country Produce ErnestCMCox Springfield Kentucky Dr G TBurton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With PajlnCROWN TY All Dental Vorktrictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs s 4 Local News Notes FOR SALEIhave a nice runabout i arid set of harness for sale J S CLAYBROORE Special services will be held at St Rose next Sunday afternoon at three oclock Misses Mary Haydon and Ma me Knott will sing Insure in the Farmers home Insurance f Company the only company that pays its losses in full J N Wells J General Mnj Junction jCity Ky Mr Edgar Cox and a Miss Vowels of Lebanon were married at the Clerks office Saturday morning by Kev Williams 0 COURT DAY DINNER The ladies of the Maud Christian church will give a Court day dinner in Springfield May 25 for the benefit of the church I In Gold to First 1I= I I In Gold to Second or The Washington county Fiscal court after a two days meeting adjourned yesterday jFOR SALE Two sets single harness and one set double harness A G W LYO- NPRIZESM H Jones make an interesting announcement in this issue to poultry people He will give 10 in gold to the person delivering to him the i largest number ot eggs at Willis burn and 5 to the person bring ng the next 1ar gest numbcr by July 1 Read hisd LiGHTNiNGs FREAKOne day last week lightning struck a large tree on the i farm of Mr H S Litsey in the CI completelycu-ltng tree two feet from theground In some unac countable manner the top part of the tree was carried several feet from the trunk and was firmly planted in the ground In this attitude resembled a huge bush NOTICE Parties having claims against J D Peterson assigned will present same to the undersigned prop erlyrjproyen and those indebted to the said Peterson will please call and pay Mrs Peterson at Texas or the the undersigned Notes and accounts must be ClaybrookeJAssignee JD Peterson The Sun and CourierJournal 150 DR W V STALLARD wwDENTISTw SPRINGFIELD KY PHO E 72 Over 3fcElroy Shaders Grocery TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OR DANGER No Charge When Plates are Wanted Ice Cream and Strawberry Supper chjW1ll The ladies of the Catholic giye Jan Ice Cream and Strawberry Supper in the room under the Opera rYbodyNotice JTheards Hyatt are in my hands for collection and partiesare requested to call at once and settle W E SELECM N Edison Columbia Phonog- raphRECORDS E M RUSSELL Springfield Ky I = PRIZES to be GIVEN AWAY i IIIj5 II branchI I 1duceI Special Prize 1O in gold to the person who deliv 1 ers at my place a- tWILLISBURG KY The Greatest Number of Eggs I of their own production from this date to July 1 11 lo the person delivering the seco atest number 500In goldIThese riles will be ate ist Re member it is not always the lady who hajs most hens that gets the most eggs Fifty hens theIfed will lay more eggs than a hundred only half There is positively no money in raising chickens the mark t Sell your eggs it you want results forI verybody get busyI i I IIThe Poultry Man MI H Jones The PoultrManIII I HILLSBORO We are having some very bad weath upinhind with their work Weenjoy reading The Sun each week especially the references toW J Bry an who will be the next President of the United States Albert Hines and J W Settles wer in SpringfieldSaturday on business On account of the iriclement weathe atIt Sunday Everybody come and prepare for a convention Mr Lee Settles purchased a nice mare of Joe Moore price 125 Mr J W Settles was in Mackville Friday on business Mr Otis Harmon purchased a nice 2 yearold filly of W P Willett price S110 Walter Adams was in our midst Wednesday on business The people of this community an trying to raise enough money to build a fence around the grave yard All who feel that they can help should see J H Settles Mr John Coulter spent Tuesday wit JW Settles and wife- SYCAMORE VALLEY iThe Idsno frost has done great damage to the fruit and otato the valley Mrs B Prather was called to th bedside of her father Mr NH Moan r g of Ne son 1Epent Sun dav with R chard Bishop and family Lee Set les bought a horse from Joe Moore for 125 i Solomon Kays solda horse to his brother Clpyd Kays for 110 Miss MaW Inman spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Jv D Sutherland Miss Sarah Shields has returned home from a weeks visit with friends at Maud The Sunday School at Hillsboro which has just been organized is progressing nicely Master Clifton Thomas has returned home after spending the winter with his grandparents at Taylprsyille Mr and Mrs Will Bowles and Mr and Mr J D Sutherland were in Mackville Saturday afternoon Elvin Settles spent Saturday night with W C Dudgeon J B Jenkins and wife spent Satur day night and Sunday with Mr J M Shields and family M tX Keeling and family spent Sun day with Mr Reelings parents at Brooksville K G Noel and son Boman B H Mcllvoy and E F Sails and son Rod man were in town Monday on business atiNotice Notice All persons indebted to the estate of J M Burton deceased please calla the Peoples Deposit Bank and settle l their accounts It is necessary for the estate to be settled immediately Also all persons holding claimsagainst said estate please Present them properly proven ji J A BouLWARE Executor JvM Burton Deceased 1f tt r oeOeneaPPneo daoon 5 Personal NotesQ tl aQd Personal News i Q QQaaQpaa Mr Palmer McElroy is in Cincin nation business Mr G L Price arid Miss Mabel Price are n Bardstown I Miss Anna J Simms is the guest of her aunt Mrs R H Edelen of Louisville Misses Nora Hurst and Gertrud Stocker Messrs John Spaldmg and Jesse Rapier of Bardstown spent Sun day with the Misses Price Rev W H Williams was in Lebanon Monday Mrs T C Campbell and daughter Wanda are visiting friends in Louis villeMiss Pearl Goatley of Valley Hill is visiting Miss Bessie Roberts Miss Wilhelmenia Hertlein will spend Saturday and Sunday at St Catherines Mr and MrsJF Simms spent several days last week in Bardstown Messrs A C McElroy arid H M Grundy were in Louisville Sunday Mrs HD Rodman of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs I H Thur manMiss Carrie Edelen has returned from Louisville where she had been at the bedside of her brother Mr To Edelen who was operated on for e trouble Mr Will Hawkins of Lebanon was in town Sunday Mrs Lucian Gregory and daughter are visiting friends and relatives in Lexington Mr Hood Cunningham is in Lexington Miss Margaret clen is visiting friends and relatives in illeat MrsrHI are in Louis ills Mrs J H Hayes of Louisville is v visiting her parents M and Mrs G E Edelen of near town Mr Sam Anderson and family VI- Sited friends in Lebanon oIiday hMaye anddaughterElroy are in Louisville Mr and Mrs Roy FenwicK of Cor Mrenear town rMrf TaylorEstes of Lebanon was here Saturday on business t ahas re turned home Mr and Mrs Louis Rogers were in Louisville Tuesday Miss Althaire Medley is in Lebanon to attend the WathenAbell wedding nMr Joe Connor of Fredencktown TuesdayeMrs J R Mahon and Misses Mamie and Jennie McElroy of Lebanon are spending the day with Mrs Mahons parents Mr and Mrs EJ S Mayes Sr Messrs Lum Craycroft and Adolph spenfSundayRev Wm H Williams will leave Monday morning for Hot Springs where he will attend the Southern Baptist Convention eoeoeoeQoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoa oooQonoooQna tt WHEN YOU WANT TO KEEfr COtfe f Alleni Ice Creamcr Parlor w and Confectionery totYou will always find at Allenthe best Ice Cream Refreshing Soft Drinks and the best Candles and Fruits the market affords LeonAllenProprietor ooeoo oeUOUUUQQO luuuIJuuu oo Mrs J L Wharton returned last A night from a weeks visit to her sist tU in LexingtonI I Mr John WY Off of Mackvilfel was in town Monday ilMiss Lucy Brown has returned from a weeks stay in Louisville mMr Wharton has returnedtip arLouisville after a1 months visit to hi5 parents Mr and Mrs J L Wharton x =Mr and Mrs Hugh Noe and chit dren are visiting Mr Noels mother and sister in Harrodsburg v lr Miss Jennie Adams has returneol from a several days visit to relatives in I- H Jarro Messrs M G Leachman IteIlt Smith Gregory Edelen Ben F Johc F and Will F Simms are attending ij the Derby in Louisville Si Fire Marshal Neikirk spent Sunday at home Y k Mrs FosterBaTr4ofLouisville4 K visiting at the home Rev G Wr y Lyon y Mr and Mrs JD Turner of ijjmgton visited at the home of rS f Turners parents Mr and Mrs J Bv Claybrooke Sunday f- 7Mr and Mrs John L Off uttvi Bloomfield spent Saturday with Mrg Mary Ragsdale t =Mrs Katie Williams is in Louis to tbuying millinery goods jl t Miss Lillie Simms returnedast Thursday from Louisville wherevshf4 has been taking a course in bppkkeep c ing at W1a Trumans Business Golf iege and has accepted a position wittT Shultz Kiedel V Hon John W Lewis Prof G V Colvin Messrs G to Wharton W Ay 7 Waters a dWalterHume attended the District Convention in Elizabethtowp yesterday and are attending the Repulbi lican State Convention in Louisville tid- aey NOTICE 1 0 j Ah persons indebted tousAaf ft urged to settle at once as books- will rdJ be placed in an Attorney firhands about May ip Respectfully Shultz McElroy I MY LARGE LINE OF jlk I Millineryft10 JF Is constantly being added to and each day I am nrepared to shoal I to the Ladies of Springfield and Washington county a handsome 1anduptodate display All I ask is that my Millinery be inspected I am sure the pretty designs and low prices will do the rest i I See My Line of Communion Veils 1 I 1 r I have just received a large shipment ot I HOLLAND ii- I Tailored HatsIt is a waste of time to dwell upon the styles of this well unnecessarytomany respects the handsomest I have ever seen IA Full Line of Trimmed Hats at Reasonable Prices 1 I Miss Willie KnofrIT llr h ywyfa- 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1908 c I ADUKE AND A- NHEIRESSa ITEUM By NBIOI Boopoooooooooooobocooooc Copyright He had a title and so Society was In such haste to throw open her por tals and there entered Lionel Arthur James Harold George William Mon teith Fitzmaurice tenth duke of Dar ronvale knight of This and That and many other things that filled a long paragraph in Burkes Peerage who came into Newport at the height of the season the guest of that world known matron Mrs Montmorency Von Gaasbeek Had you seen him the first impres Zion you would have received would have been that of bigness and this in spite of the fact that he was thin rath er than stout But he was bigboned and he had big hands and feet and a big nose and he wore a big monocle in his right eye And he was big in his feelings big in his ideas yet this you would not have found out until you hadknown him longa year two years five years and maybe never unless you yourself were the right sort To society he was frankly a for tunehunter but that in no way di minis hed the warmth of his welcome He himself as was expected of him though not from reasons attributed him o held himself aloof Though awk ward both mentally and physically lie was big enough to appraise his re qeptlon at its correct value He knew t that it was the title not the man- despisedthat was welcomed and he sycophants and hated sycophantism So he in turn tried to know no one that is at first Later he tried to know twoa man and a girl Tk girl was an heiress a great heiress and she was beautiful ver- ybeautifula combination much to be desired and seldom to be found Andt he tried to know her not because of What she had but because of what t she was The man he itried to know because he liked him He liked his looks he t liked his ways he liked his eyes don Dane his name was a man wit I much blue blood and far less green money t When Darronvale attempted t know the girl Society grinned behin her fan a complacent nI old you so and Society waited in ill oncealed patience for the proposal that the girror better she allowed i to show he much attention And iDarrori vale wit hopeHe her and he gre to love her rind such was the big Mess of his nature that he quite that she was an heiress even as h forgot that he was titled To him he was a man and she was a woman find he loved her truly a simpl equation dt itself but one which th wojld sadly complicates t13ut the cruse of generations wa on him and as I have said he wa awkward physically mentally lacking finesse diplomacy intuition tact H lived in a dream and he dared no speak lest he awaken himself It was on as glorious a June evening as ever God gave to his earth that Darronvale proposed They were to ether on the seawall Beneath them the ocean surges rumbled somberly Above them the great round moo rode proudly and from far across the shifting sea came the soft salt breeze of the ocean I sayy know he said twisting his monocle nervously more firmly Into his eye 41 say thereseh something Ielfwish to tell you y know She looked up at him from beneat dark lashes Yes she said softly He braced his shoulders with an unobvious effort He opened his lips then closed them ithen opened them again Eh wont youehmarry me y know he asked They ease of his tongue naturally hesitant gave no trace of the deep feeling that was within him She turned and faced him H brow had tightened andlher red li formed a straight line She no long looked at him from beneath drag lashes but her gaze met his straig and full and with an expression su as he lead never seen her have a- I one he did not understand l I was expecting that she sa In a tone vibrant with repressed emo tion I wanted you to ask me to you she continued because it was the only way to tell you what I thi of you and your kind Now you ha given me that right She stopped again and stood tensely martialing her thoughts And he nonunderstanding dumb with sur prise stood speechless helpless You are all alike you noblemen the cried and then with infinite scorn she repeated Noblemen If you and your sort are noblemen l give me an ignoble man with the honesty and honor and manhood that you have not You come here thinking to daz sle UI with your titles to chard with the snobbishness that pass Twith your nation for breeding con descending to marry our money and take us with it because you cannot get it without But I want you to know that there are women who are not fools=women who value a man because he is a man and not because of titles that he has inherited arid meaningless empty honors so called that are generationYoti thought that you could with your title buy me body and soul And I allowed you to think so because I wished to say this to you And pow I am not ashamed to tell you that I love Vardthat I love a man what has neither title nor money Whether or not he loves me I do not know But if he shall ever ask me to be his wife I will joyfully exchange all that I am all that I have for his honor and lovethings that you have not to give nor ever can have She drew herself up proudly tensely little white hands clenched at her sides Und now she said you know that there Is in my country one woman that You cannot buy Go and find one whom you can 4tf j Itwiis late when he returned to the house very late And he found the verandas deserted and the parlors and the billiard room So he turned to the smoking room for bed was not to be thought of for a long long time yetAs he flung his great body wearily into the depths of a massive chair he chanceo to look across the room and he soft that he was not alone Dane was sitting there elbows on knees chin one lm far away in the Land of Thought Dar onvale watched him through his monocle Something in Danes pose Isuggested worry despondency and thewelling depths of his own heart surged in silent sympathy and broke down the tim 1iardened bar- friers his reserve He rose and walked across the room Dane heard him looked up and scrutinized him closely Something gone wrong with you too he tateddogmatIcany- DarroIvale nodded Things most generally go wrong with me know old chap he re plied tIm such a silly ass y know Dane was still scrutinizing Im afraid Ive been doing you an injustice he said at length with much deliberation I thought you were just an ordinary fortunehunt ing English snob i J Oh 1say exclaimed Darronvale And nbwINow u returned Dane slowly I eyeshby the eyes and I wish Id taken the trouble to look at yours before thedI say old chap he said Ioh gotYgrateful if youdohthat is y know it sometimes makes a chaps troubles tellsh otherwclgselyt hises forward and gripped the others hand and his grace swallowed hard a hiseThere isnt much to tell said simplesdoesnt seem to make it any easier meditativelytcigar Im in love Unfortunately I am very poor while the girl whom 1 love is very rich You know her I think I saw you on the terrace with her tonight didnt Well of anythingiknow Darronvale shifted a little in his seat and puffed hard on his cigar thrice Well Dane continued about a year ago I made up my mind that I must have a lot of money and have friendhing stone and correspondingly mo lasses happened across a railroad proposition that looked good I re lied on his judgment and sunk in it all I had It didnt pan out just as it should have so T borrowed more and sent it after the first And stilli it didnt get going though there was every indication that it would If we kept on pushing wouldergo beerbithttPnd22idright Mtist have it If not we are done GIBBS finishedrymessagenkwaseso sure success that that message meant that r could in honor ask the woman 4 love to marry me it is now I havent the money and I cant g tit Thats all Darronvale was considering deeply thismanAbsolutelyIAnd that what he says is true Im sure of It Weve the conces sionseverything but we need just thingsu1oseesjtretcheddontlnued ia The United States Government l Reports Favorablyi i j The principal newspapers in Kentucky Illinois Indiana and Ohio will publish this week the startling information that a 260 acre apparently worthless hill in Kentucky has been found and proven to be one of the richest pieces of ground I U on the face of the earth This 260 acres contains a horizontal nine and one half v tI foot ledge of the most valuable rock in existence The government representative who visited the property in his report issued by the United States Geological Survey made supplyingmillionsother in Kentucky The hillis estimated to be worth into the hundreds of millions of dollars Think of itl One acre of the ground of the 95 loot ledge of lithographic stone at the average selling price per pound would bring more money than an acre of wheat would yield by harvesting crop every year for two hundred thousand years A Simple Proposition After All Products that are rare arid high priced are so because of their scarcity It is difficult to believe that rock in any form especially when found in a ledge so tremendous in area that it will take 500 years to exhaust sells from 11 to 50 cents per pound but such is a fact and is only explainable because there exist but two quarries in the world Such is the statement of the United States Geolog ical Survey This find will make its owners multimillionaires will enrich the corporation and pay dividends from 80 to 500 per cent to its stockholders Fortunately for readers of this paper the property is near by in Kentucky and itsstock is offered to the citizens of this Commonwealth Money is to Money not easily It requires experence skill industry but with discovery consequent ment comes the to money easily government and interests in additionto profitSmade quarrymen who leased been up to this time nearly sixty million dollars of ordinary stone fifteen to more Valuable than marble or onyx We Have Proofst 4 Months were consumed after the discovery in opening the theup quarry taking out rock preparing it furnishing to ex onlyequalBavarian quarries are almost which leave this corporation possession of the world as a market with possibledividends of from 80 to 5po per cent V To Give an IdeaA Plain Illustration f We could furnish fifteen out of the 692 Lithographic houses in the United States alone l and pay 20 per cent but the entire 692 are ready to take our product South America Canada the entire Continent will require ofgs their supply Europe also Write for Reports and ProofsWrite ToDay Difficult Make tokeeptheUnitedquarrymanless ItisatfromUndeniable One j The Character of The Proofs orthI2000 This wonderful property the same stamp of certainty and approval In ad dition the most quarrymen in Kentucky report positively as to the find Again representatives of the leading importers of from New York have visited quarry examined its character extent pronounced the product superior and are anxious this to reach the position where furnish them their sup plies Again we letters written by experts the skilled workmen who have spent their lives in engraving upon and transferring upon lithographic in all varieties ot the highest class commercial and Their verdictlis thesame All of this testimony can be secured all of these proofs be submitted and the liven to in the tremendous profits that every citizen mus enjoy who take advantage of this offCapital is needed with which to purchase large plant necessary to turn out at the start the 12000000 or 15 000000 pounds demanded bythe United States The first 100000 shares par value 100 a share will be offered and sold to the first in quirers at a low figure POSITIVELY after the first 100000 shares are sold the remain ing shares necessary to be sold will be marketed at not less than par or 100 per shared The opportunity is open to you The foregoing facts are almost unbelievable we are about something of easy solution and easily admissable of proof Based upon the minimum earnings of dividends subscribers to any part of the first 100000 shares will secure the stock at on half its spar value therefpre 1 000 will buy 20 shires which upon minimum esti mated earnings 10 annually and thestockr one year after plant is in operation should be worth 160 2500 buy 50 shares and should earn 40 annually stock should be worth one year after plant is in operation 40000 5000 will buy 100 shares and should earn 80 annually stock should be worth one ye rafter plant is in I operation 80000 10000will buy 200 shares and should earn 160 annu allVstockshould be worth one year after plant is in operation 1600 r50000 will buy 1000 shares andshould earn 800 annually stock should be worth in one Sear after pro c1onbegiRs 8000 1000 will buy 2000 shares annd should earn 1600 stock should be worth one year after production begins 16 60000 can be made effort this and the develop there opportunity for one make community Bavaria in the by the the quarries have paid royalty It isveryi twenty times exhausted will has experienced the product the and for company we can have stone art printing will opportunity you share the but talking will will annually Writefor Reports and Proofs 0 Write To Day 1 BelowIV R WIHERSPresldent German Lithographic Stone Co IIKenyori Building Louisville Ky DEAR SIR Please send me the prospectus of your company and full particulars together with a subscription blank and samples of lithographing NAME STREET AND No i A t CITY I L L12 STATE IW R IPresident it t t 1 a FT I 7 j- SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1908 7 1jackhllSVeet Heigho he exclaimed the h avi ness of the tone belying the lightness fof the word Well there are other times coming and other games to be laYed Theyve raIsed me out of tjiis but next time it will be different Only its hard to wait mikhty hard 1 Darronvale had been thinking icon centratedly I say old chap he said at length sit down wont youYouknow eh while Im not rich Ieh3iapp- en tp have a lot of money that isnt ehtied up y know Itfow if hat would be of service to you Dane shook his headUNo nofi he iaid quickly 31Bnilefood eh investment y know And of course if you took the money I should expect interest and all that sort of thing Yes by Jove realiy I JButt he said bluntly Oh thats what every one thinks fy know old chap and lIef em l eep on thinking so because eh because eliwell they never try to borrow of me y know Deuced eleven of me dont you think ji The ease with which he fabricated surprised even himself I 4 rstmentprecedented anility I But you dont even know where it 1g riBuJonce does that make y know ou idb and thats quite enougb for me Its an abandoned property jwe bought said Dane The Gulf Gen tral railroad Darronvale started then nodded slowly There had been a time when he too had desired to make much money in little time when he too had business aspirations and Gibbses of his own and he knew the Gulf Cent tral railroad to his cost for it had eaten up 20000 of the last 30000 of his patrimony and he knew through his attorneys and his experts and his bitter experience that it was 1ut a hole into which to pour good money He Qpened his mouth to speak Then closed it again for there had coine to his slowworking mind the thought that doubtless by the time Dane found out all that hek himself knew Dane would be marrIedand he knew that the girl was not the one to let morley or the lack of it stand In the way of iiappinessr So he kept his own coun Set There was long silence HI say said Darrohvaleat length I deliberately do let me invest wont you I really want to y know jbe cause I think that aside from person e considerations y know its a really gopd business proposition You really want to invest Dane eyed him shrewdly Darronvale met his gaze eye to eye I do old chap he said ji And you trust me n If I didnt I shouldnt want tOil rin vest y know Its a strictly bUs- iness proposition and I shall expect a- tiastehfive per cent on jiny money y know that is di that isnt too much Dane shook ills head seriously 1 tIt isnt too muchhe said stow ly And then YQU arent losing anything by this Believe ine Darronvale was gazing out through the French windows at the dancing moonpath k After a time he awoke with a start and drew a checkbook jfrom his pocket Thumbing over the loose stub leaves he came to where lay the tale of his worldly wealth The bal ahce was E 2076 and he shielded it with his hand lest the other see He took a pen from the table dipped it in the black circle of ithe inkwell and then quickly filling out a check for E2OaO tnRsed it across to the other nonchaIlantIyr And I say old chap he said ibis monocle turned thoughtfully to Jihe f stub Im going back home sponf y inow tomorrow I thinkand I want you to promise me something before I go j t Vhat n Whyehthat you wont tell jany one not any one y know where jyou got the money Chaps t bother a chap so when he has money tQjiii vest And then too lld rather it werent knownfor per onal rjea jteIIanyonenotDane extended his hand U I promise he said Np one shal J ever know no one He threw back his bead and took a long dep breath sleepIheh1adh all his strength and turned to- go EhI say old chap said his grace halting him Eh theres one more thlngehthat Isehaskher tomorrow old chap Will you Dane gripped his graces nd tgaJn I cant ask her a bit too sooIi to suit me he said heartily kim mighty sorry I misjudged you even fora minute DarrOnvale your a brick thats what you area brick Darronvale shook his head dfejpre catingly Im just a silly ass old chap he contradicted a jolty silly aSS y 1m OnIAnd two hours laterwh n the moon had waned to pale slIver and the Bky had grown light gray and golden blue d the red arrows of the dawn erced the glowing east1he said Again slowly to himself She never could have cared for me y1 know Im such a silly ass y1 knowsuch a deuced silly ass r r Mission of the Holy Spirit Swhjr Sickeal Lcitoa for May 10 1908 Specially Prepared for This Paper LESSOR TEXTJohn 15261624 M OfGOLDENther and he shall give you another Com forter the abide with for HSCRIPTURALHoly Trinity Matt SS19f Ltike TT35 John 2022 Acts 532 2 Cor 1314 Eph 218 22 1 John 668 Rev 2217 Names of the Holy Spirit John 1526 Rom 89 Gal 46 1 Thes 48 Heb 914 1029 1 Pet 1 11 12 414 Rev 45 The Holy Spirit In- the Old Testament Gen 12 63 Ex Num 2718 7udg 634 Neh 920 Job 334 Psa 5111 12 Isa 3215 4013 443 Ezek 115 24 Joel 228 Mic 27 Zech 46 1210 Stns Against the Holy Spirit Matt 1231 32 Mark 328 29 Acts 53 4751 81820 Eph 430 1 Thes aridIm 826 27 Eph 218 618 Jude 20 The 1212I316 12411 2 Cor 317 18 Gal 5 1625 2 Pet 121 Rev 27 The Comforter hn 1416 17 167 Acts 931 Rom 1417IIJ 30 Gal 68 EpH 31416 43 518 TIMEThursday evening April 6 A P 30 I PLACEThe upper room in Jerusalem Comment and Suggestive Thought This lesson which follows immediately uponlast Sundays being another portion of our Lords last discourse to his disciples is one of great and importance The promise o- fjHolY Spirit says Maurice is characteristica one of these pas chal conversations it is that which distinguishes them from our Lords disco rses to the multitude This was a promise to the disciples alone for the world outside John 1417 could not receive the Comforter their hearts noi being prepared for him It was a promise precisely suited to the need of the disciples in view of the coming separation from their Lord It taught them that there was to be no separation but that Christ in his Holy Spirit would still be with them taIwho long for a present guide comfort er and upholder The Holy Spirit is Christs successor among men and tepefore what can be more Importan for Christs followers than to know him love him and obey him Our Lord disclosed him under five aspects I The Holy Spirit a witness to Christ vs 2S 27 intrialIII The Holy Spirit a Judge of the vorld vs 811ITV The Hofy Spirit a guide to truth vsi 1215 spiritsreignChrist foretold what the spirit would doin the world when he is come He was to do three htings 1 Reprove R VuconvIct the world of It V in respect of sin fBy the world must be understood the yet unbelieving part of mankind so denominated because it was far the larger part when these words were spoken as it still isAmerlcan Com mentary jhe verb has a double sense of a convincing unto salvation and a convicting Unto condemnation Al ford The sin of the world is because they believe not on Christ v 9 It is a notable proof of Christs di- vInity that he the meek and lowly should select this unbelief in himself as the tinly sin worth mentioning Yet indeed it is the root of all other sins whatsoever It is the reigning as well as the damning sin of the world George Whitefield The es sence of sin is living to self Belief fn Christ Is the surrender of self Alexander Maclaren D D As belief of Christ is the beginning of all good for man disbelief of him ig the beginning of all evil 2 The Holy Spirit would also convict the world in respect of righteous FatherTheis conviction of sin the second is the exhibition of righteousness The life of Christ on earth as the pattern for all mankind being completed the spirit makes known to man the na ture of that life and thus shows what the nature of rIghteousness is Cambridge Bible 3 The Holy Spirit would also con victthe world in respect of judgment because the prince of this world is R V hath been Judged The prince of this world see John 12 31 143 is Satan the ruler of all such forc s of evil as Judas had now become Jesus knew that there was a personal devil That settles it De msHowever ludrlcous vulgar superstitions may have made the notion there is nothing ridiculous nor anything Which we have the right to call incredible in Christs solemn declaration that the kiiigdom of dark ness has a king Alexander Mac laren D tThe judgment that the Holy Spirit gives is not only a condemnation and casting out of Satan but it is an en llghtenmeht of the righteous so that they can form a just judgment regard ing the Works of the devil The split will guide us into all truth Dear children said old John Tauler A D 1340 the Holy Ghost will not teach us all things in the sense that we shall be given to know whether there will be a good harvest- or vintag whether bread will be dear or cheap whether the present war will comq to an end soon No dear children but he will tech us all things which we can need for a perfect life And especially he will shew you things to oomethe revelation given to John the conati tution ofe the church laid down by Paul andthe other apoitlegv DrW FTrusty Prac- ticalDentist J SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed over flaydon Barber A 1LAKE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual reliable and the best videndpayingcompany in the world Your solicited 1TDR friHYATT DJNO M SPAULDING OFFICE OVER THE REp CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY FFICE HOURS DR HYA T j905t1nf Dr SPAUILDING 2 to 4 p m And in office 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itiHi ft fttMt ft I1 I ft ft ft ft ft I1 ft tHtM I1 ft I1 I1 tHt ft I1 ft fti iWHy NOT BUYA FARM I +hi t BeforeYou buy see B Lake t fM I DEEP CREEK fOnltThursday morning when we greatlysurpriseddown beneath a weight of snow and the ground covered with a white sheet Ther rainy weather has forced the farmers to give up their work for the f Present Many of them are very much discouraged but they should remem ber that the seasons seldom fail us and we venture that all will yet be well v May day was observed here by the young people and a most enjoyable time was spent A large crowd gath ered in the school house the exercises commencing promptly at 11 oclock Mr M D L Cocaneugher opened with prayer following which some interest esting speeches were delivered Dinner was spread at twelve oclock and was enjoyed by all By a close vote Miss Ruth Powell a pretty young lady was r selected queen of the May Immedi ately after choosing the queen twelye girls gathered around the pole jiolding their colorsYellowgreen and red The queen was escorted td the pole by Messrs Henry Hqldermari an Groyer Elliott being preceded by Misses Lillie May Coyle and Gracie Yankey flower girls After the queen was fowned all did her honor Speech- making was then resumed At the con clusion of the speeches Rev Key pro pounced the benediction and the happy day was over The children extend their thanks to Messrs M D L Coca nougher and J H Elliott for the sere ices they rendered Mrs J H ElliottjJr who has been visiting her mother for the past week has retured home A little girl arrivedat the home of Mr and Mrs Reynolds April27th The Misses Laura and Logie Wilker spn of Junction City are visiting mends and relatives Mr Grover Cook who has been very siof rheumatism is improving Mr Johnnie EbElliott was in Perry 1Ville Friday on business Prayer meeting at i Beech Grove church was well Attended Tuesday ni htThe meeting was led by Mr NBra+ WHITE HALL t ftJ K Wells and Misses Mattie Brown and Belle Birch spent Wednesday 4 5O SECOND HAND SEWING MACHINES fOR SAW All Makes Good as New GOOD ONES RANGING IN PRICES FROM 250 to All GUAR NTEE to do GOOD WORK goodMJ P BISHOP At Boblit Bishops Livery Stable t SPRINGFIELD KY i I 4n j j have in my hands for sale a number of very fine Washington county farms and if you art thinking of buying a farm it will pay you to call to see me befo e buying lam prepared to quote some bargain prices on a few of the best farms in Washington cOunty 1 J I D 15 with Mr and Mrs Lawrence Walker Mrs Sabe Cooksey returned home Sunday after spending several days with her bother Mrs Jim Divine near Qornishyiile Mrs James Patterson and son Tom mie spent Saturday night with her sis ter Mrs W J Matherly Mr John A Sharp and family spent Wednesday with GL Warner and family Geo Carey lost a good work mare last weep Master dpha Cooksey is spending the week with his cousins Edgar and Ethel Young Mr Will Nichols and wife of Tablow visited G D Shewmaker and family on Tuesday last- Mesdames Elvin Birch and Wm Bus by spent Wednesday with Mrs C F Burton Mr Carl Wallsof Brooksville entertained quite a number of his friends nightAllant onell tr MAUD JI seversdfewIIMiss Sarah Shields has returned to her home at Hillsboro after spending seyerat weeks with the Misses Montgomery of this place Mr JNotris Montgomery spent from Saturday until Monday with his uncle Mr Louis Kirsch of Nelson county Mr Louis Kirsch Jr spent Saturday night with his uncle Mr J M Montgomery Mrs Susan Stiles has returned o her home after spending a week with her son Mr Hugh Stiles of Springfield Misses Sarah Shields Zora and Judit Montgomery spent last Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs Edward Pile Mr Erastus Shields of Hillshoro was at this place Monday Mrs J M Montgomery and daugh thr Miss Judith spent Saturday with her sister Mrs Louis Kirsch ot Nel son county Mr Edward Goatly wife and chit dren spent Monday with Mr and Mrs M L Troutman Mr Pete Shehan who has been very low for some time is improving Mr Wallace Seay wife and children spent Sunday with Mrs Tom Virgin Mr and Mrs ML Troutman spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Wallace Shehan near Bloomfield Misses Belle Roxie Katie and Mary Wakefield Nannie Shehan and Hallie Hustop spent last Saturday with Miss Abbie WakefieH Mesdames Ida Mcllvoy and Ora Grume spent one day last week with Mrs Tom Dugan Mnf and Mrs E E Wakefield spent Saturday in Bloomfield MACKVILLE Mesdames Alice Thompson and Fan me Parks pf Louisville spent Wednes day and Thursday with Mrs Ada Ar nold Mr John Wycoff was in Springfield one day last week Mr and Mrs JB Peter visited at Bryiintsville Sunday and Monday Mr Garnett Brown after spending several days with relatives here has returned home accompanied by his grandmother Mrs Eliza Brown Mr Hugh Noe of Springfield spent several days here last week Messrs James Isham and BM SheWmaker were in Harrodsburg Mon day Dr Thompson was in Louisvill Friday f Mrand Mrs I W B Hatche t of usrnesslhdrsdayvco was inm t SPlfieI4 shopping on last Thursday afternoon Mrs Bettie Peter left Monday for Olmstead Ky to Visit her brotherin law Dr Preston Peter Miss Edna Cochran visited her cousin Miss Alma Fenwick of Fenwick Saturday night MrR R Isham and Mi C C Coyle were in Springfield Monday Quite a number from this place at tended the convention at Elizabethtown TuesdayMiss Jennie Adams of near Spring field is visiting relatives in Harrods burg this week Mr Jim Wheeler of Kansas is visit jing his uncle Mr Uriah Shewmaker of near town this week Mr and Mrs James Isham enter tamed a few of their friends on last Tnursdav evening in honor of Mr arid Mrs J B Peter The Baptist Sunday School Conven tion will meet at this place on May 30 and 31- There will be a decoration service held at the Pleasant Grove cemetery on the afternoon of May 23 HAPPY HOLLOW 7 As I was absentlast week I will try and jot down a few items this week Mr Johnnie Jenkins and family of near Willisburg spent Saturday night and Sunday with the family of Mr J M Shields ot this plfice daughterMMark Dedman and jfamily of Tatham Springs Mr M C Keeling and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father Mr George Keeling of near Willisburg j Mr Erastus Perkins and wife sp mt from Thursday until Saturday wither father Mr John Armstrong at this place Mr George Dean spent Saturday night with Mr Erastus Shields at this place v ith MondayI his r md Sun rwith friends and relatIve a t St qse Little Margie Griffy returned h me Monday after a months stay with her grandfather Mr J M Shields at plac e hisI W iss Myrtle Armstrong spent day with Mrs Tom Brown of Fair view The Sun and CourierJournal 50 I WOOL DIIY 1 The farmers of Washington and adjoining counties will do well to communicate with one of the undersigned before disposing of their wool We want wo and will pay the highest prices Will receive at points to suit farmers W s GIBBS MCCLIJRE MAYES KYsJt t JENSONTON We are having cool and rainy weather at this writing On last Thursday morning it seemed just like winter again as we had a large snow which came asa surprise to us Miss Mattie Kimberlin of this place EastTexaslast Saturday and Sunday Mrs D A Lawrence and Mrs Pope Lawrence and son Charley visited relatives at Harrodsburg last Friday and Saturday We are sorry to say that Miss Sadie sMwriting Tuesday and Wednesday with her mother Mrs Nannie Powers of Gravel Switch Mrs Coleman Matherly was the pleasant guest of her mother Mrs John Elliott of this 1MissMay Edwards of near this place Mr S M Campbell and son were in our midst one day last week v yfe are glad to report that little Miss Alma Elliott is able to be out again plpasantguestlin one day last week Mr Gole Key wife nd son of Long Run visited Mr H A Key of this place Sunday Mr Pope Lawrence bought twelve hogs from Mr pole Key of Long Run e4750Irro Hatchett failed to fill his regular appointment Saturday and Sun day at Beech Grove Bro Johnnie Key filled his place and had avery good at tendance CANARY Mr W T Phillips and Mr Robert Milton were in Lebanon Monday on businessIMiss Sadie Fen ick spent the latter partof last week Miss May Lan ham WIIthi Mary Alice le daughter of Mr Lee Hiatt fell last week and sprained her wrist but is improving at this writingtMisses Hattie Logsdon and Adray Canary were guests of Misses May and Della Logsdon Saturday and Sunday Misses May Lanham Sadie Fenwick and Adray Canary were the pleasant guests of the Misses Logsdon last Fri dayMessrs Oscar Lanham Shannon Thompson and Walter Logsdon spent LogsdonI Sunday Mr W T Phillips and wife Mr Edgar Barker visited his uncle Mr WA Barker Saturday and Sun day Mrs Alf Whiteman and two children spent Sunday with Mr Winters and family LOCUST GROVE Mr Ed Birch and wife have returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Blanton at Boston Ky Mr and Mrs Tom Baker spent one day week with Mrs Will Beam at Val ley Hill who is very sick Miss Frances Litsey was the guest of Miss Nannie Thompson the past week Several of the young folks from this place were at St Rose unday SaturdayolMr A L Litsey and wife and Will Mernt and wife visited Mrs Bessie Birch Sunday Rev Overstreet delivered his fare well sermon at Pleasant Grove Sunday He has been the pastor there for about fifteen years The members regret very much to part with him Mrs Bettie Leachman was in town Saturday Mrs Ella Litsey has been on the sick l W The Real Estate Man + + Springfield Ky It ftHttftHtt tf ftHtttftHttfitT T P P P P P Ii BAKERS STOCK BOUNCINGH CONNAUGHTNo 15272 HACKNEY STALLION Four years old 153 hands a beautiful chestnut sorrel with three white feet and snip nose This is a remarkably handsome horse possessing the true hackney style and shape and is a fine actor This redhorses K stud coltIfCon naught MOKO PEARL No 40394 Record 228 trial 218 The greatest trotting bred show stallion A RED BIRDRegistered 1956 Vol V A S H B A The Great Saddle Horsejt Also Have Two Fine Breeding Jacks Same Stand fair Grounds Telephone 13o H LDBAKERXHat listMr Lud Cornish and wife of Sharps yille spent Saturday and Sunday wit their son at this place Mrs Ora Merritt was the guest o Mrs Annie Smock Saturday Earl Reed spent Sunday with Lillian LeachmanA Litsey sold a horse to Oti Harmon for 110 and to Sabe Coulte- two shoats tor 5 FENWILK Mr W F Logsdon and sister Mrs G W Adam spent from Saturday till Monday with their aunt Mrs E 0 WalkerMrs Nannie Fenwick and daughter Alma were in Springfield last Saturday Mr James Smith and family were guests of Mr and Mrs James Payne of this place Miss Sadie Fenwick was the guest of Miss May Lanham from Thursday until SaturdayMiss a Cochran of Mackville was the pleasant guest of her cousins the Misses Fenwick Saturday nigh- and Sunday Mr Ben Spaulding visited his sister Mrs Prudie Jane of this place one night last week 4 Miss Lizzie Adams is visiting her sis ters Misses Ella andEmma Adams of Springfield this week Miss Sadie Mayes is spending this week with her sister Mrs Ethel Bar ker of this place- SUaSCAIBEAS FREE COLUMN W P ckville has for sale 45 head of Young steers ALPerkins Rtl 3 hasfor sale a good 3yearold milk cpw with 3rd calf J W Wil burg has for sale a 7yearold family mare W T Payne Rt aonMrs Lizzi McLaughlins place has for saleabout 50 bushels of corn Mrs B L Litsey has for sale Buff Orpingtoiteggs 15 for 100 hasloxeggs 15 for75c hMrs B D Lake Springfield has for 15tMrs J I Martin Rt 1 has for sale RedeggsFrom35c for 15 sMrs S G Tucker Rt 1 has for rsale Rhode Island Reds eggs 50c for 15 3haaASBaBhasPlymouthRockGrundy Home Rt2 has for sale Light Brahma eggs 13 for 5Oc- tsNOTICEIfyou are going to raise chickens raise the laying stock SingleaComb Brown Leghorn eggs for sale ChristieLebanon saleBhasfor60c L N Reed R F D 3 has for tsale eggs from pure S C B Le homcstock 100 for 15 or 150 for 30 flMrsI 30 100 t Mrs John S McElroy Springfield 5OCforCameoSmithY Miss Mary Isabella Carrico and Mr Joseph Edward Smith were married at St Rose last Tuesday morning at nuptial mass After the cerem breakfast was served for the bridal party and the immediate relatives at the home of the bride The attendants were Messrs Fletcher and Reuljen l Carrico brothers of the bride Mise Carrico is a daughter of Mr and ifra J B Carrico and is loved and resp etre1lwho know her The groom w a son of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Smith and has many sterling qualities A host of friends wish them a happy yoyag v through life at o r