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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 00 m t f prltt w Jtnuj1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WWASHINGTON COUNTY d ch l rf 1 s JVOLUME ILA SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 MUMIEMl COMPLIMENTS r 1MRJOHN Independent Voter From Taylor COunty Writes- Thei Sfin a Letter A Says He Will Support Mr Jbhnv son Because of His Honesty and Fitness For the Place l11CampbelIsville Rogers Gore Esq Editor Springfield Sun Sirl hadtbe of Oingnominee for Congress in this district deliver a speech at Campbellsville last Monday Please allow me through the Jcolumnsuf your idely read paper to say that H was mot only wellpleased with the speech but also with the speaker I met Mr Johnson a short IiImen who so favorably impressed meJHe is a fluent speaker he handles a subject with skill rind drives a fact in a most convincing and pleasing manner My letter would b6 too lengthy should I refer to even a few of the excellent arguments and new ideas he advanced in his speech consequently my purpose in writing youis to briefly express an opinion of the man I believe Mr Johnson will make aJgreat Congressman He has the quali fication he is possessed of an execuC tive mind I haye convinced myself first of ills fitness secana ofhishbn esty and third of his dete mination t advocate those measures and advance thoseideas which when they become laws will mean the greatest good to the greatest number I have been an independent voter fo a number of yearS At first I was called a bolterbvt later they called mea mugwump h Hence you see that my determination to support Mr Johnson is not due to thefact that am a Democrat but to the fact that I honesftly believe that such a man will be worth much to all the people of the district Although he is a Democrat I believe he will be as r and willing to look after the eadyI fhis Republican constituents will be to look after the interests of his Democratic constituents He is too big a roan to do otherwise The Na tional Cdngress needs just such men as Mr Johnsonit needs honest men men who can not be reached by graft nor whipped by party leaders rmen who will stand for those things whit would mean the betterment of the farmer of the toiling masses and indeed the betterment of the classes if they will be judged by a sens of Right and Justice If I knew Mr Johnson better I have no doubt that I could say more in his favor However upon short ac quaintance I have said these things about him and I am willing to stake any pumpkin crop that ram right IOf Ishallsupport him loyally Very truly INDEPENDENT j r BOB NOE Has a Serious Hand as a of a Catfish Finning About two weeks ago Circuit Clerk Robert Noe was finned on the left han by a small catfish At the time h thought nothing of the matter but i a day or two the hand began to pain him since which time he has been suffering severely An extremely painful rising developed which has been lanced two or three times and Mr Noe h been in quite a serious condition The hand is now better and it is noti thought anything serious will result September Weather w a The warmest recorded Septem fer wasp in 1881 withan average of 77 e grees ThevcoldestjYfasin1879 with an t average of 65 degrees The highest temperature ever recorded in September was in 1899 Sept Bth 102 degrees lowest was Sept Oth18993fi de recs The earliest date at which killing frosts have occurred is Sept 24th The greatest velocity of wind record ed for September was 48 miles per hour from the West September 15th 1898 PLEASANT MEETING i Of Central As ocirtion of Bap tit at 1ICentral Association jbf Baptist met its eighteenth annual session with Rock Bridge church on Tuesday Sept 4 1906 The body was called to rder promptly at 10 a m by thei moderator W E Selecman The clerk Mr F M Campbell having passed to his reward sinqf1 the last meeting Mr H Hancock of the Lebanon church waS elected in his stem Letters from all tire churches were received andt read the statistics ofi which showed a healthy condition of th churches Rev L Purdom being absent the introductory sermon was i reached by Rev G Bond D D It was a strong sermon The regal r election then W E Sek unanimously coming on cman was elected moderator and JHHancock clerk Large rowds were there both days and an abundance of dinner was furnished on the rounds On the second day the annual sermon was preached by Rev Williams of Springfield Ky WtH pronounce of the finest ever heard in that section The on Periodi als kindly mentionedthe field- Sun and endorsed and COmplimented its bold stand on local option MEMBERoBEACH FOR OUTINGr And Picnic at fredricktown Sat 29IThe Burg totgive an outing on of the Beec Fork on Saturday Sept 29th This picnic will be held for a charitable purpose and also to cele gyrate the victory and defeat of local option in Washington and Nelson coun ties It will give every one a fine opportunity to shake hands with old friends again and to bury in a cool glass of lemonade all the ups and downs of the recent temperance fight There will be great many attractions such as a fishing pond wheel of for tune cane rack and many other things too numerous Ito mention The lid will be off for all soft drinks as lemonade coco cola etc but will be on tight for everything else that is dangerous A United States Marshal will insure good order on the grounds Fine music splendid order plenty of shade and good dinner for 1500 to 2000 visitors It will be the last btit the best thing the summer season Gome one come all The committee r J W W LLETT ABS SHIRCLIFFE r THDS KIDWELL SAMNALLY Jo FOWLET I R I HAYES ItemstHarrodsburgDemocrat Case Co purchased of different nartibs a carload of butcher stuff Pricejs from 2j to 3 1e t of W B headnJ T Lester sold to James Drury his farm on the Perryville pike containing 24 acres for 1400 W B Hatchett purchased in Boyle aat 560 per h adIWilliam Graves sold ajbunch of 1300 pound cattle last week I Gab e Keig ht isiof Boyle county ten cat le weight 1100 pounds at 4 cents Harry Riley lost a valuable mare thi week by feedings too mush green corn Sam Mayes sold toW P Hatchett a pair of mules for 235 FARMERS INSTITUTEd rill be Held In Springfield Wed nesday and Thursday Sept 2s27C- ommissioner t Hubert Vreeland has announcedappointments for holding Farmers Institutes in nearly eyery county in theState An Institute will be conducted in Springfieldi Wednesday and Thursday Sept 26T27 These meetings should be attended by every farmer in the county as much valuable information will be imported Among wellknown lecturers oji agncultu ral matters whose services are obtained are P G Holden of Iowa Alva Agee Joseph E Wing and J T Mclntire of Ohio Moses F Johnson of Jefferson county C M Hanna of Shelby county J B Walker of Christian county Lowell Roudebush of Ohio J P Dav of Indiana and R C Crenshaw of the State Department all of whom under the administration of Mr Vree land have assisted in institute work and are well known to the agriculturists of Kentucky Mr J B Claybrooke is Presidentof Washington county Institute and he is very anxious to have a large crowd attend MRS FETTER other of Mrs J S Wharton Pies As a Result of Injuries Received In a Fall Mrs Katherine Fetter died at the home of her daughter Mrs Robert Steele in Louisville at 1030 oclock last Friday night Mrs Fetter was the mother of Mrs J S Wharton of this place She was in her eightyfifth year but enjoyed good health until about ten days ago when she received a fall sustaining injuries which caused her death Mrs Fetter often visited het daughter here and had many friends among the people of Springfield She was a member of the Episcopal church and was a lovable Christian character She was the mother of sixJ children Mrs J S Wharton ofI Springfield Geo G Etter of the Fetter Printing Co Louisville 0 F Fetter Cincinnati Mrs Stickney and Mrs Royal of New York and Mils Neal of Louisville The funeral occurred in Louisville last Sunday afternoon CONVENTION Of Sunday School Workers at Mackville Was a Success The Washington County Christian Bible Sunday School Convention con vened at the Christian church at Mack ville September 6 1906 at 10 a m and was opened by Rev Pedty After Superintendaent of the Mackville Sunday school gave an address ofwelcome which was followed by aresponse from JasJGraves Bro R 1t Hopkins addressed the audience upon the themeJesus the Great Teacher and urged his hearers to be imitators of Him His address was highly interesting He was lowed by discussions from Rev Pedt and 0 J Young After these addresses committees were appointed to select officers for next year Thecommittee was composed of T J Settles Chaii than JasJ Groves R R Isham 0 J Young and R M Hopkins The con vention adjourned for dinner The afternoon session was by devotional exercises conductted by R M Hopkins After song service the reports of the Sunday schools of the county were as follows Antioch + o delegate BattleRborts good Sunday school Fairview Reports a good Sunday schoolFairmountNo delegate Glens CreeKReports well Hillsboro No delegate MackvilleReports an extra good school MaudReports goods SpringfieldA very good report Texas No delegate Willisburg Reports verygood jA report from the committee ted before noon on election of officers for the next years convention was as Chas M Tumey President Springfield Matt Wycoff VicePresi ent MackY lIe T J Settles Secre ary Maud The Convention will be held abojAugust 1 1907 at Springfield Ky The convention voted thanks to hospitality people of Mackville for their theI Rev 0 J Young delivered an interesting address upon the subject of Some Difficulties of our Washington County Bible Schools After which W L Yancey discussed the subject Chas M Tumey addressed the audience upon the subject of Increasing the Attendance Mr Hopkins discussed briefly the same subjectcAfter a song the convention was ad of journed by Rev Pedty CHAS M TUMEY Secretarys HIGH SCHOOL NEWS of Whats Doing In School Circles News of the College in School continues to increase this week many additional studentsi portS ing especially for the higher gradesfl A mandolin and guitar club is the latest rumor about school Indeed is those at the head of the movement say there is no rumor about it but that it is a reality Miss Sue Ray willglvef lessons on the two instruments and atnumber of boys are going to take from her The only delay in the program ish a little time to get girls for the club as the boys refuse to perform unless gentIerIfWe know a boy in the seventh grade who spells beauty butey We aretnot going to divulge his name for hethas promised to brush up a little he writes to any of the girls He hasi some hopes that the Roosevelt plan may apply to himtMiss Bettie Irvine has resigned her position as music teacher in our school because of ill health Her place will be filled by Miss jennie Craycroft of Chicago who will arrive in a few daysr Miss Craycroft taught in Springfield nt number of years before going to ChicaC and is well known both as an admirable lady and an efficient teacher She will be welcomed to our midst by the t whole school Four of our former students entered State College this week Robert Mayes and Lynne Bush left Tuesday and Morrie Durrett and John Claybrooke went later in the week Pleasant Grove has furnished us with several students this week Davidson Reed Henry Gregory Eddie Leach man Frank Yankey Bryant Miller and Sue Reed entered Monday Curtains have been ordered by th trustees and we trust that in a few weeks our students can write at all hours of the day Curtains have been the most crying need of our school an when these are upandsome othe- things that have been ordered amon which is a new clock for the hall our school will be complete in almost every detail In line with improvements mention mustbe made of the new con crete walk around the building and the new north basement or rather the improvement of the old one TheI walls and floor are being concreted rind thYe J The piano in the primary room though not yet the property of the schoolgives us all much pleasure especially when the children sing to the accompaniment The Literary and Debating society tact for the first time last Friday and organized for the year A rger membership teportedand better work than ever before Miss Eva lyn Royalty vas ably nominated for President by Lyman Barber and was elected withoiut opposition Miss Isa bella Medley was nominated by Leo Simms for jViice President Miss Ma Haydon by Miss Dorothy McElroy fa Secretary and Robert Mayes for Se geantatArms All of these were elected unanimously The program committee prepared a program fo September 21j which we will reproduce next week CAMP MEETING Great Success Says Our Long Run Correspondent The Holiness Association of Aliceton Boyle county with Rev Grit Johnson- as President and Rev A J PikeBap tist recently elected VicePresident a ten days meeting on the night the second inst which was 1the annual meeting Rev Bud Robertson of Greenville Texas and Rev Will Nuff of Sioux City Iowa did the preaching Both are evangelists national fame their sermons showed depth of thought and were presented an earnest effective manner The N weather was just a little rainy but the camp ground tabernacle and arrangements were commodious and pleasant fifteen or twenty converted and S or five sanctified among tHe latter were Rev Woolridge and wife of the Bradfordville circuit A good meeting reported and the evangelist well pleased with Kentucky people and their in kind hospitality and like the rest of who visit us expressed a desire come again In the life and works of Bud Robertson as he is called we an illustration of what the Lord pan make out and how He can useas poor insignificant mountain boy I want to say right here that a stiffness and formality has grown up in the pul and pew that is sapping the vital and power from the churches that these with other evangelists and pas art trying to break down and ring the church back to a simple faith and w A preacher who spoke rtherrteeting was from California and had been in San Francisco since he earthquake said the papers had suppressed the number of lives lost instead of five hundred there were ten thousand The South District Association will meet with the Beech Fork in Marion county next year The Holi ss Association has offered that church use of their tabernacle for that oc ion LIfE OF THE FARMERD- epends Upon An Organization IikeA S off Says Judge Frank Peak r Spencer Courier Judge Peak on last Monday afternoon at the request ofmany of our citizens gave an ad dress on the organization among the Soeciety of Equity The speaker discussed in instructive manner the purpose of the organization therdegpended on the success of this move ment or a similar one He showed how the natura law of supply and demand had been killed by the operation of vast gambling schemes known as buck et shops the wheat pit in Chicago Wall Street and the combination of vast aggregations of capital to control the grain hops of the country He said that the price of crops was fixed arbitrarily theIlaw of supply and demand by speculators that wien the price of any pro duct was raised instead of it profiting the producer it was when the producer had been eliminated and the speculator hadcontrol f the cropland was forcing theiprice upjta increase his profits The speaker said that one of the most lauds le objects of the organiza tion was t prevent legislation unfav arable to the farming class He said that If not interfered with this class would take care of itself In conclusion the speaker urged the fi rmers to unite in this movementand fight for equ l rights rAILively Tussle Conrstipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stom ach Liver arid Bowels take Dr Kings regulateefort 25c at C Iiay on druggist J t RURAL ROUTE NUMBER WE Established and will Be Put In Operation Pro vember16 EXAMINATION SEPTEMIER 22r The announcemant comes from the Post Office Department in Washington City th Washington nountYis to lime another free delivery route to be known as Route No 5 The route will beas follows From the Springfield post office N W to the city lunits then to Cecils corner via St Rose pike thence W to Thomas Wheatleys corner thence to S J Andersons corner thence W to county Infirmary thence W to McIntire P 0 thence Wtn Blincoe thence SEL to Gasburg- thence in an easterlYldirection on St Rose pike to Blanford s corner thence a southernly direction to Osbournete corner E to Shepherd Rung Nl to St Marys pine N Ei to Springfield The line will be put into operation Nov 16 and the examination to select carrier will beheld SePt 22 MR BRYAN fISays the Railroads Ae t the Servants oft the Peoble nIJSt Louis Sept an extent poraneous speech d today m Druids Hall Mr Bryan touched one Government ownership of railroads He said If there is any sentiment in the country today favoring government ownership of railroads it is because the railroads have created the notion that they own the Government Just in proportion as the railroads regard the rights of the people just in that proportion will we get along wellatR gether The railroad is the servant of the people When it seeks to become the master of the people it usurps a place not rightfully belonging to it Tired of Saloons Jzt Lebanon Enterprise Thelcitizensof Chicago this county and all the tend n that voting precinct which in eludes Loretto and Ho Cross are aroused as they never were before over the question of continuing the saloons at Chicago and the indications are that a big majority of the P eo le of that section are heartily tiredof them and will vote the precinct dryj V The petition soon to pe filed hi the county court for a upon the question it is claimedhas the sig natures of seventyfiveIper cent of the voters The vote Will be taken December lV 1906 aria Ithe promoters of local option are very enthusiastic The leaders of the cause are Revs N Werner of Chicago and A Ml Zoeller of Holy Cross ably seconded by such citizens as CoN Ballard JohntOsborn John Lyons Nick lair Jim blood Lil Goodrum Owen jIatfJuojafly and others It is not persecution note er prose cution that has stirred the upi ties interested to action butithie has been reached wherelpatiencE ceases to be a virtue and the people are determined to rid themselves and the community ot a trafli that indulges the most flagrant abuses encour ages and breeds disorders arid S a menace to the homes and the children of the vicinityi The people are surielj aroused and 0n December 15 his year they will writs their verdict Jin strong terms against the further Continuance of the saloons in Chicago Jf fjhe senti merit that prevails there today is not misunderstood Many citazenjg 9JitlM- section who favor id he sailc when the vote way taken bn th w S Sitipn f1dvocate3 oC local oPdo l J l t Z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 SHOOTING J hi LexingtonInsuYance Man Mortally Wounded Lexington Kyf M Holland rep Nfesehtative of a Louisville life and afr cident Insurance company was shotJ and seriously wounded by Buck in the dlnlng room of the St Georg- Hotel at Winchester The shooting i took place at the meal hour The din Wing room was fairly well filled with guests and pandemonium reigned Ac cording to Nolan who conducts a bar her shop in the building Holland engaged In a quarrel with him early in xhe afternoon He was persuaded to leave the shop and Nolan though- nothing mqre of the argument until h was attacked again by Holland in th dining room at suPPer he says He de clares that Holland grabbed him from behind and began hitting him on the head and fade when he defended hiri antaEr was s room in the hotel and the physicians say he can not recover Holland is ia Dative of Georgia and a brother of G P Holland postmaster at McPherson Ga Commits Suicide rt f Louisville Ky Derry B Pyne temporacas a nervous ness and insomnia committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor after wounding himself with a pistol Fran tic over the death of her husband Mrs Pyne threatened to end her own life with the revolver which her husband used but fellow boarders Intervened time to prevent her Pyne was 40 rears of age and the son of W T Pyne of Hot Springs His father was tiie founder of the W T Pyne Mill and Supply Company in that city and fo manYyears Harry Pyne was connected with that business He was a member of Louisville Lodge of Masons King Solomon Chapter De Molay Command ery Knights Templars Grand Consis tory of Kentucky and Kosair Temple N M S L Prison Muddle x Frankfort KyThe prison commfsI aloners were in Session out no more witnesses appeared in the milk con tract investigation The hoard sent a letter Ito LB Marshall editor of the againsWardenthe commission with any information he has as to other alleged graft which he intimates exists in the state prison tJThe commission paroled Albert John son of Louisville serving five year- for malicious cutting and Natha- rude of Martin county who ha served nearly six years of an eight year sentence for manslaughter John sofa has consumption i Will Harness the Cumberland Lexington KyA dispatch from New York says that negotiations are under way there for harnessing the Cumberland river in Kentucky and the transmission of electric power to this city Arthur Gieslo of New York a consulting engineer has completed survery of the route to Lexington New York capitalists are behind th project which will Involve the ex pen iture of over 2000000 An enor I mous dam will be built across the Cumberland river backing water to yilliamsburg 25 miles away thus 2000000IMr Spalding to Lecture j It is announced thatHon William W Spalding of Lebanon County Attorne of Marion County will deliver a series of lectures before the classes of the Kentucky University Law School this winter His subject will be National Bank and State Taxation of them Probably there is no one in the State better qualified to treat such a topic than Mr Spalding although he is ye t quite a young man He was chie counsel for the State in the recent cas of Citizens National Bank of Lebanon Vs Commonwealth under employment of State Revenue Agent Mr TC Al Mtton and Auditor Mr Gus C Coul ier with Hon Lewis rrlcQuownhe represented the Commonwealth by special retainer in the cases of Mario Rational Bank of Lebanon and Citizens National Bank of Lebanon vs Common wealth His employment as State Revenue Agent for Marion County by Mr Coulter Auditor has given him Very wide experience with questions of taxation His engagement to lecture upon this subject before the Kentucky University Law School is still another recognition of the faithful service an excellent achievements of Mr Spald c mg Chamberlains Pain Balm This is a liniment remarkable for it r over pain It quickly allays the Excruciating pains of rheumatism Ijlri1 sl ep and rest possible For gale reliable dealer in the Blue GrassI i The Help Problemr Jessamine country people getting help is certainly becoming a most serious problem Some of the leading farmers in Jessamine count are compelled to do aHof their own work not because good wages are not paid for offs farmer said to a Jour nal reporter I pay my cook 6 a week and my hired man 18 a month and board ajld still they will not remain This is not only the case in Kentucky and other southern states but in the north as well Some time ago the Daytoneto get a reliable cook as he said they were as equally as difficult to get there as here There is plenty of idle land in Jessamine county and if the farmers will do so they can get a German colony to come here and locate and per ataetheeworld than the Germans besides they make good citizens This has been done in other parts of the county and has worked admirably SAD STORY Of a Woman Once Rec ognized ast a Ken Beautyr f Memphis lennA pitiable story drawn from real life was told when Mrs Hattie Morgan outs a Kentucky beauty appeared at the central police station accompanied brtwo frail children Deserted she says by hef husband William Morgan who it is alleged ran away with another worn an and almost penniless Mrs Mor gan applied to the police The worn ran who once secured a prize in Ken tucky as being the prettiest girl Is now a physical wreck She says she wants to go tojier grandmother near Morristown and die Mrs Morgan was formerly Miss Hattie Barrett She was wooed and won by William Morgan while oil a visit jtp relatives in East Tennessee rNEWS BRIEFLY TOLD Gathered From Every Quarter of The Country hAs days and weeks pas with no ap revnapprehension increases e most conservative testimony from the country 3lstrir of the provinces o Santastwothirdn s smallsof these rovlnces are insur gents In sentiment It not Jn fact Peace is in the air and on all side there Is hope that matters will b arranged between the Cuban govern ment and the Insurgents so as t avoid further bloodshed Fighting ha been practicallysuspended Roger C Sullivan member from Il linois of the Democratic national com mlttee has issued a lengthy state ment in which he replies to the recent attacks made him 11Mr Bryan Asphyxiation chloroform drown Ling were the methods used by Claude Unger a wealthy business mane commit suicide at St Louis Henry Potts killed his wife at Eu faula I T by cutting her throat an was himself shot twice during a des perate fight with deputy marshals West halian newspapers n of the increase of Polish agitation i the industrial districts where a larg number of Polish immigrants are workingThe of Moroccos troops have defeated the forces of the pretender and Bu H mara has fled from Zelouan theYhis home in Sioux City Ia of Brights disease aged Sliyears The formal organization of the Michigan Sugar company which will take over six su ar beet factories has been completedrThe Victoria tooMse of represents fives after an all lifght sitting fixed the fduty on harvesters at 60 and strip 30e Gault of Tacoma Wash has been appointed president of the South Dakota university at Aberdeen This ends a long controversy and po litical fight i Pope Pius Appointed J McGrain of New York the afjthe latest Romen a Knight of St Gregory The grand duke of Baden cele brating his eightieth birthday at his castle at Mainau Lake Constance re ceived a deputation of German Ameri cans who crossed the ocean for tti purpose of presenting him with an ad dress Miss Bessie Greene and Miss Alta Bingham are dead and Misses Graced Stephenson and Collie Cowhlck ar seriously ill as the result of drinkin stagnant creek water during a picnic near Trenton Mo In an exhibition at the Maine state fair grounds at Lewlstonthe stallion- S Masconoma by Arien broke the Worlds two mile trotting record for a half mile track reducing the time from 459 to 446 Subscribe for The Sun LaO year Ii INFORMATION Wished About Planters Protective Asso ciation SPfCUlatIOnhas publication recently of articles of i Pirateea see andIyfrginia it being presumed that the new corporation was formed to take the place of the Dark District Tobacco Planters Protective Association of Kentucky and Tennesseo which was formed in September 1901 and to which about 85 cent of the tobacco growers of the dark tobacco dlstrlc now belong In the brief notices which vere first published re- ardlng the filing of the first named capi1f1stockthe capital is laced at only 200 The same men are named as the officers Of both corporations and as the two do not se9m to be at all compatible the farmers are very much stirred up ore the situation A card has been issued calling on President C H Fort anti General Manager F G Ewing as they are the officers of both associations to publicly explain the relation of each corporation to the other Madden to File Papers Lexington KyA petition bristling with sensational allegations was pre EIrThe turfman charges his former wife with having obtained a divorce In the Ohio courts through fraud He says she pretended to intermarry with L V Bell several weeks ago The petition also alleges that Mr Bell Madden forfeited her right to the custody and control of the t Madden boys Edward and Joseph which she abandoned and he prays for a divorce and the legal custody of the children The defendant was sued under the name of Annie Louise Madden Ma den alleges that he was not a party the suit in Cincinnati because he hadj no legal knowledge of the petition and that he was in no way bound by the proc dlngs or judgment therein He also asks to be relieved of the alimony judgment now hanging ov e him in Cincinnati The petition was prepared by Semi tor William Lindsay and Charles J Broston and Judge J R Morton of this cityI WAS A VERY SICK BOY by Chamberlains Colic fCholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy IWhen my boy was two years old he had a very severe attack of bowel cpm r Taint but the use Chamberlains Reinedewe brought himout all right days Hickox of Midland Mich This faitshe severe cases umis cured by it Follow the plai printed directions and a cure is certain by every reliable dealer in Blue Grass Louisville Tobacco marketIranglingThe following Is the report of the wardBiliousnessThat sallow yellow lookthoe terrible headaches that brain all these things spell hi- lounesswhtch is thedireetresulta fails to per formitsfuntions wayBefore can destroy that bilious condition you must get your liver i rm and nothing will nccomplishthia quickly or so as Dr CaldwelTsLaxative Syi up PepsinThis ren edy is the most valuable onf tainable for all liver and kindred trou es posse sing properties which drive directly o the affected parts Better than pills oils salts and nause condesave worse ondition t lan before Former Afflicted ones now well and efficacydD CAL WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN hailgYour money will be refunded if it do youYour request xrill brinjr by reinr CALDWELL3OOKnose who have never tried this vronderfal remedy Write for it today COISold by The Rid Cross DrugStori Dr WF Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Bi D LAKE AgentnSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident tOld Massachusetts Mutual always reliabU hest dlcideud in the world Your Insurance solicited Drs oars Hyatt Office over McElroy Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 7 to9 a m 4 to 8p m DR JH LAMPTON DR J q MUDD LAl1 PTON MUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J UAYDOUa Office Hours 12ytto 2 PM Dr Je H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUpstairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 DrW W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON- s Office opposite Presbyterian church groceryvoOffice phone 175 Re iden e phone 172 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONESt Day 4rr Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAWrSpringfield Ky Will in the courts of Washington ind adjoining counties in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in tne COurts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts or Ap pealsj ANanATTYAT W heSpringfiel Ky Will practice in the c of Washington and anp incourtofAppeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice m the Courts of Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER iCdy Crying of sales ia specialty v in anywhere Terms reason able Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortifacos Deeds and Contracts feltyHuseboenTHOS J Graves CXX OQQOOaOQOQCXXX3OOOOOQGOO- il MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY NURSE 1 a Phones Day 89 Night 106 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOCOOOOO JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And aLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Ii WANTEDIi To know if there is anybody who does not know that the SPRINGFIELD LUMBER CO carries a complete line of everything you need when you do any new building or repairing For instance Cement of all Kinds l Roofing of all Kinds v Brick and Lime 94 1 Fly Screens and Screenings- Windows j Doors and Frames Rough and Finished Lumber Anything in the building line in is our stock tIt Springfield Lumber Co It T J L and N Railroad Time Table J Incoming Trains- Arrives at Springfield at Bardstown IArrives Louisville at Bardstown Junctn t Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville THE SUN AND Both pa pars yr Bryans Commoner 175 CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly 51 Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 1R5 Thricen Week New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer L50 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 400 Ledger Monthlye 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv South 150 CLUBBING RATES WITHiLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one ear5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald year 3 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vfiar 4 00 ae eoeoeQQQe o n I THE FIRST 0 G National Bank f 0 OF 0 0 SPR NGFIELP KENTUCKY lx 0 0 CAPITAL 50000 0- o Surplus and Undivided o 0 Profit 25000 o 0OFFICERS 0- o B LLitaoy President jQlmfW VicePresident 0 0S0 ly DIRECTORS 0B L J W Lewlsj 0 IW D Cla brooke Scott Mayes 0H Edelen H M Grundy IJno O Polin 0 We grant every favor consistent o with safe banking If you have o not already an account with this a bank we invite iyour patronage o IQQQ fl Q QQQQQQQ r Suny only No 91 825 p m 735 650u EDaily No 42 55 a m 612U 655 745 Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 906 730 Suny only No 90 715 a m 800 845 935 Daily 1705pm 5221 606 II 1 11 Notom lf100 p 2201 410 me- 545pm i 1IOQooonnnnnnnQ TI1EI4 5 I Chaplin Water 0 2 Power RoIIerjils i n MAKES THE 0 5 te2 lEST FLOUR THE lEST MEAL an0a0o5 other sections of Washington J county our brands are sold 2 Buy them and get THE BEST f- I D B SUTHERLAND o0 CHAPLIN KY 0 QaQQoOQQo Q O YOUNEEbIT oooooooooooooooooooooooooo SALVE CURESj Youneedit Salve manufactured By Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Kyis one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This Js a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result qf the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale BY All Druffis1sj DR J W THOMAS i Hodfenvitle Ky 0000000000000000000000 The Daily Herald AN- DThe Sunj ONE YEAR S2OO f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY Y SEPTEMBER 12 1906yt lltl 9 + ift ift + t I cOAL1In + j EveryrMan I + it Has His Price and ours is the lowest that good clean ts coal can be had for We have it in every domestic size and there is only one kind we do not keepand that is W poor coal If you are looking for a ton of pounds all no dirt ts or slate to pay for our goods are entitled W to your order If you are willing to take a good share of dust or stone with coal we must admit that we dont W carrythatjkind in stock + tt i 1t r r ts II tv f Kr f t1tJ w t f rtJI t 1 lJ 1fI i jitl t t TO + t t tJ ti Jt N t i 0 4 fi til I1 tI1 I SAM G MCELROY One of Marion Countys Prominent 1iti zens Lebanon Ky Sept 5Sam G Mc Elroy one of the best known citizens of this county was found dead at his home five miles from this city today at noon Near where he was found lay a shotgun one barrel of which was em pty Upon examination it was discov ered that he had been struck in the heart by the load from the guni inflict ing a wound which must have killed him instantly Whether or not the gun was discharged purposely is not known Mr McElroy had been in ill health for several months past but his condi tion had not been such as to cause his family alarm This morning between 8 and 9 oclock he left the house to over see some work in the fields He did not return for dinner and a search was instituted A son Perry discovered the body just inside a door to a cabin in the yard not a great distance from the house Mr McElroy was born in this county sixtyfive yearsago and for many years had been among the countys leading farmers He was until recently County School and was well known throughout the central part of the State He was twice married but both of his wives are dead Eight chil dren survive him one of whom is City Attorney H S McElroy The others are Mrs Josephine Moore Louisville Mrs Lizzie Paramore Orlando Florida Mrs Addie Bolton Louisville Misses Mattie and Leonara McElroy and Perry and Sam McElroy Jr The funeral will be held Friday morning at 10 oclock t A Scientific Wonder The cures thatt stand to its credi- make s Bucklens Arnica Salve scien tific wonder It cured E R Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro Pa of a distressing case of Piles It the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at C J Haydons drug store Subscribe for The Sun 100 year WANTEDall i IJ f I ii Feed Stuff Ix r lAM CONSTANTLY IN THE MARKET FOR OATS HAY CORN AND ALL FEED STUFF WILL PAY THE HIGHEST J i it IIChild Marion Falcon The flowing bowl was very much in evidence on county court day resulting no in a large number of headaches of the imbibers but worse still more heart aches of mothers Wives sisters and daughters The worst thing that came under our notice was the public humi lation on the streets of a little girl brought upon her by her father The man resides about five miles from Leb anon and brought his pretty 16Year old daughter to town with him that morn He soon began to drain the cupj comrades goodbye For more than an hour he remained in the saloon and although the child sent him messages begging him to come to her the sun was sinking over the hilltops before the1 homeward journey began And yet there are people who will tell you that a would be in a condition without the sa loon Was Divorced Is Cook For Second Wife of Former Husband LI Danville Va Sept 6A marriage ceremony which was performed in this city has caused considerable gossip among the circle in which the parties moved John C Lillian Skeptize the latter a were the parties Putner some time ago obtained a vorce from his first wife and later employed her as cook Tuesday he took his second wife to the home in which cooked the wedding supper for her more successful rival The new wife is well known here and in Leslie Urquhart British Vice Consul at Baku was fired at eight times by a mysterious assailant but sustained only six flesh wounds i IItit II II tII II for Good Tobacco Crops Are Not Other Crops Dis cussed in Frankfort Ky Sept 7The monthly crop report of the State issued today by Commis sioner Hubert Vreeland says there has been considerable damage done to tobacco on the lowlands by too much wet it weather and the whole the ment from several sections of the are that leaves are rotting off in t field and there has been house burn in in the early cutting and in the dark district t there is much complaint of worms and scarcity of labor tohandle the tobacco V The report says that the wheat crop has about all been harvested and it average for the State about thir teen bushels to the acre It is in good condition The corn crop promises to be a bumper The potato crop is reported a good one and fall fruits will make about threefoiir the of a crop The report follows The weather during the month of August was warm and humid with an un usual amount of rain for August From nearly every county there is complaint of too much rain for both corn and tobacco The corn crop promises to be a bumper crop though some damage was done on low lands by exce sive rains The uplands were never better Wheat all threshed and generally in good condi tion and the yield per acrea little over small part of the State but the crop is a good rye crop not so good as last damage has been done the bn low lands by too much Some drowned and more of leaves rotting complaint of h 6 us e burn in the early cutting In the Black Patch worms are unusually numerous arid labor scarce Upon the whole the outlook for a good crop of tobacco is not flattering The hay crop is light but late grass and pastures were never bet ter The potato crop is a good one though some complaint of rotting in r IiI tIt tII tII the ground caused by the ground continuing j wet so long Spring colts and mules breeding cat tle ewes and sows are below what they Were last year The prospects for fall fruits are for about threefourths ofa crop Apples dropping badly in some localities dens good though weedy Two counties report a mouth disease cattle Some cholera among hogs though confined to small territories Cough Acts on Natures Plan The most successfui medicines are those that aid nature Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take when you have acold and allay cough relieve the lungs aid expec open the Secretions and aid in restoring the system to a condition Thousands have tes to its superior excellence It coun racts any tendency of a cold to result pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size 0 cents For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass r During that trying period in which women so often suffer from nervousness backache sick headache or other pains there is nothing that can equal Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They stop the pains soothe the nerves and give to relief so much desired If taken on first of pain or will allay the irritable of the nerves and save you further Those wl o use them at regular intervals have ceas ed to dread these periods They contain no harmful leave no effect upon the heart or stomach if taken as directed They give prompt rpl lief I have been an invalid for 9 years I havo neuralgia rheumatism and pains around the heart By using Dr Miles AntiPain Pills I am relieved of the pain ahd get sleep and rest I think I known ot the Pain Pills when was first taken sick they would have me recommend them forperlodlc pains MRS HENRY FUNK p Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your will guarantee that the will If It falls he will return 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Ind 1 Aheon t when the coal is purchased h I We do not raise prices on every Xrumor of a miners strike or a block Won the railroads ElNot until the actual cost to jus adr i vances do we charge more the increase is a fair f1 fIPAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIEDS AND FURSIJf rt + i I + I PAY CASH mt M II JONES lr Li I TRAGIC DEATH OF Superintendent a PRICES Humiliated doubtI ing feIturnIigoinghold1the severalI community deplorable FISTWIFEW- ho I principalI schoolteacher contracting familyt Petersburga CROP REPORT Prospects Flattering Agricultural Department tterItlingstatet will wasIonefhe is watersobbeccomplainti Gar Chamberjains Remedy Chamberlains GreatRelief Woment- he indication condition suffering andI I I drUggratkwhO Elkhart Coal sI reiandthenlone L tlitXI II XI +++ STATE FAIR Management Promises Many Pleasing Features Special Day Every Day Every day during the week of the Kentucky State Fair which begins next Monday Sept 17 and continues throughout the week at Louisville will be a special day A committee of which Gen John B Castleman is chair specialldays DavTuesdayWednesday Sept 19 Louisville Day Thursday Sept 20 Kentucky and Military Day Friday Sept 21 Farmers Institutes DaySaturday Everybodys DaySpecial programmes will be prepared for each day and subcommittees have been appointed to have charge of the arrangements The public school chil dren will be given a holiday on Monday and one 6f the features will be the singing of My Old Kentucky Home and other patriotic airs by a chorus of schoel girls all dressed in white and each carrying jin American flag The committee in charge has an exofficio members Jas H coun1tycounty of the State On Tuesday which is Fraternal Day headquarters will be opened for every te1Receptionand all visiting brothers will be welcomed and shown over the fairgrounds Kentucky Day which istThursday it is expected will be the biggest day of the fair Goy J C W Beckham has been named as chairman of the committee in charge who will have asso ciated with him every State official and county judge xjf each county in the State Special excursions will be run by the railroads and the attendance is expected to break all records for Ken tucky State Fairs The officers of all Farmers Institutes and Commercial Bodies throughout the Commonwealth are exofficio members of the committee in charge of arrange ments for Friday Sept 21 The programme for Saturday the closing day of the Fair has been an alEyeryJ 5 + ee 4 member of the committee for sda1 Everybody expected to have a good time inhis own way to maintain order and to have respect for everybody klse Music during the Fair will beifur nished by Signor Alexander Liberatis famous brass band of fifty pieces This world renowned musical org an iza tion was secured at great expense but the Board of Control was desirous of having only the highest class of attjrac tions at the State fair Three concerts will be given daily by SIgnor Libejrati including evening concerts at whfcnifive vocalists of international reputation will sing The carnival shows and other attractions will be located along the Wilder ness Road This name was dhosen because of its appropriateness and it is museIItuckys of pioneer days met with a sur prise at every turn in the original wild erness road as they pressed their way into unknown territory The Wilcje ness Road will be a quarter of a mile in length and on each side of it there will be many interesting and amusing entertainments The management of the Fair guarantees that every show w11be refined and that no immoral performance will be allowed Every Kentuckian is invited to blaze for him self a path of pleasure over the nMv Wilderness Road Clarence K Wooster vice president- of the Peoples Gaslight and CokeCom pany of Chicago committed suicjde yesterday by cutting his throat Chamberlains Colic Cholera 8 Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need ota reliable remedy foi soc or diarrhea at Some time during ikeH year Vbymany years and know its value It has received thousands efi testimonials from grateful Ipeople It has been prescribed by Ebyj clans with the most satisfactory results It has often sa 4vedmedicine could have been sent for or a physician summoned If only costs a quarter Caa you afford to risk so much for so Iittle1 BUY IT NOW 4 t +y T h e 4 TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J IOGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Springfield1YYSB TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION oeYear 100 501JIr8elloV1n writing to have yonr addiess iliwa a give the postomce to which changedper e youitDEMOCRATIC TICtETE FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN NELSON COUNTY FOR APPELLATE JUDGE HON J P HOPSON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDlN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROBERTNOE ENDORSED THE SUN The Central Association of Bap tists composed ot the counties of Marion and Washington in their meeting at Rbck Bridge las weekendorsed and complimented The Sun and recommended it t the people of both counties We t consider this an unusual compli enttfor which we feel very grateful Too much is being said by candidates seeking nominations in the coming State primary other words we have too manyJ cussin pairots in the party 0 many bad birds with vile vocabularies And as a result of all th wickedness some of the parrots will have to eat crow or bolt the Dart The former is disagreeable the latter is disgraceful ETheSunday In other words Louis ville was not a local option cityI but a barroom city on last Sun day Consequently three mur ders were done two or three dozen shooting and cutting scrapes pulled off debauchery staggered through the streets highwayman made holdups whilethe sun was shinning and a hof a time in general is reported from every section of metropolis The SOFT drinks dispensed by the barrooms in Loiiisville last Sunday converted qiiite a large number of pretty decent sort d fellows into HARD customers Beckham or McCreary Hays or Hager that is the duestion Mr Roosevelts new spellin ideas may be incorporated in the next Republicar J National platform But a recpmmerida tion willl doubtless be made that they be placed on the free list If brevity is what the President wants how would it dQ to spell sure sho and yo rtlyo A united effort on tqe part of the Eastern press has been made during the past ten days to H shelve Mr Bryan because of- his public ownership utterance in1 his MadisonSquare Garden speech but Mr Bryan is too big and the shelf is too small andit cant l1 be did Shelve Billie Spit agin ye spew rsr You flew wide o the mark and slobbered upon yourselves A burglar broke intoa store a- Rose t Hill in Mercedcounty stumbled over a barre19f crackers a chunk of an a box of good thawing terbacker and stole andlsttckcflndy have beena woman bugglah or a delicately reared Johr nie t We are exceedingly welfcpleased to note that the Louisville Herald agrees with The Sun that a Ken tucky woman is the most inspiring soulstirring and heart disturbing ofall of Gods creatures Some months ago after athoroughsearc through Webster for a aeftsounding vocabu lary we produced a twocol umn skyscraping bunch of words upon the subject of Kentucky Women And the editor of the Heraldmade fun of is ridiculed us sarcastically intimated that we were foolishly in love and were blinded to all the other Beauties of the world and we concluded that possibly we hadnt otter said it but upjon showing the article to Representative W D ClaY rook he toldus that he Felt thatawdy upon the same subject every few minutes during the day and that we were exactl Y right about itethenielt relieved and concluded that the editor of the Herald was born andreared in Indiana or some where north of the Ohio river and didnt understand thesitu ation hadnt become lima ted so to speak We were constrained to believe thatja few strolls upon and Street Louisville and a trip to a country fair yould work d wonderful change upon the inner manof the editor of the Herald And something HAS hap period Listen to him Kentucky is its wohl softtion The Kentucky woman butOwinner Stand for her the map hood of Kentucky must Ken tucky may not be first in man ufactures nQr in commerce nor in civilization but first she aninYou we caught it v Your re affiictedI nThe chances are you never et any better Andtthat what you get for Thise m Goody y Mr Bryans public ownership reference has given the Louisville ditup ures and facts doublecolumn doubleleadmatter and do many other things in a very knotty and vigorous manner j If school boys are like they used to be every tree within a quarter of a mile of the school house will be stripped of sVi ch during the next few months This might be called 44the destruction otthe forests ona smallscalt Whenever it comes to render ing favorable ecisionsdge e McCann can arid he can every day if its ecess try Judge Mo Cann can you bit he can William Jennings Bryan will be in Louisvilh day There will also be in Louisville todav apout twentyfive thousand other fellows from the surrounding country That Louisville lid had a Weak hinge a tin fastener and nobody to guard over it and it roseiip like distillers yeast Tom Watson the Populist leader claims the credit for Rural Free Delivery Hie says he is the daddy of itand produces argument that will convince you that it did happen that 1way Great riches some times prove- a disadvantage John Rockefeller is ill because he ate too much watermelon If John hadnt possessed the price of the melon he would have escaped this last spell ef acute indigestion There fore take warning The Republicans carried Maine by about 8000 majority Everyone in Washington county has heard of Maine A divorced woman in Virginia is Cooking for the second wife of her former husband Presumably she feels Oh Lord anything in preference to him1 People who are continually giving advice never give anything else extent probably aj cankered conItribution Since the local option fights in this and Nelson counties came to a finishwe discover that there is some little talkof holding a Democratic primary November 6 next l EfrfrEEFEEEFEEfE FEEEEFfeb WALTQNETTSu u S Kentucky State Journal The Republicans are determined to shift the paramount issues of the trusts and the tariff to the ownership- of railroads by the government but they wont be able to do it Mr Bryan knows that the country is not ripe for such ownership yet if indeed it will ever be and he is too sensible to force such an issue Mr Bryan says that the trusts and the tariff are the para mount issues at present and rare as they may about railroad ownership they will have to dance tothe music Gen J Franklin Bell is receiving the highest praise for his generosity in stepping aside for the promotion of a friend in the army It was a most re markable act ando ie not often noted in the latter day spirit of every man for himself and the devil for us all Those women who are beginning to fall into the sere and yellow leaf will be rejoiced to hear that the Philadel Assogdecreed that a woman is a girl till she is 35 Twentyfive used to be the beginning of old maid life Gov Vardaman has appointed a wo man colonel on his staff Well wager she will soon think she is the whole shooting works and that the Governor is only a high private in the rear rank esPRATt1ERS CREEK Misses Maud Ida and Lottie Kimber fin who have been visiting friends and relatives in this section for some days returned to their home in Louisville last Sunday Mr and Mrs L L Mayes of Alice ton visited the formers father last weektMr W T Kimberlin claims to be the champion cabbage raiser of this section Last week he took one from his patch that weighed 9J pounds Mr J H Mayes who has hay fever and daughter Miss Ethel Mayes who has typhoid fever are improving nicely at this writing The wet weather we are having is damaging the tobacco in the barns tq a great extent It is said that it quits raining the tobacco will no bring more than half ante The corn is also damaged W T Kimberlin sold to Mr Johnson of Danville his bunch 1100 pound cat tie for 41 cents To be delivered Oc tober thisaplace bought in last few days about 40 head of weanling steer calves for which hepaid liberal prices THE VALUE OF TEA GET YOUR TEA AT McELROY SHADERS THE GROCERY MEN Tea is properly made in the following manner Allow a sufficient quantity leavesinpour vesselBypart e tea or allowing it to draw mor than ten minutes the tannin is released rendering the resulting liquor unfit fop use We carry the very highest grades of Green Black and mixed tea Gaurantee satisfaction PRICE 100 PER POUND MCELROY SHADER The Grocery Men f iEr A J Our Stone Will Soon be Crowded With H- jJ New Fall and l Winter Goods Ig A number of heavy shipments have already been re ceived and Mr Robertson IS now in the J I I eastern market selecting another I t large shipment of goods I t I Our Fall Stock which has been gathered from the very best marketsin the world will be the largest and most complete stock of Dry Goods and t I Readyto Wear Garments ever brought to this city and we will make ISPECIAL PRICES IN A We are making some very low prices in every depart- mentBf of our store and you are invited to I come in examine goods and get prices i i II IE Rob Co I Marion County Falcon Mr John L Minor has sold his farm of 65 acres to Mr Anthony Walston at 60 per acre Mr Elijah Tandy age 33 years and son of Mr Mathew Tandy died at his home in this county Friday night of typhoid fever There area few people in Marion county who should remove alt bells from their teams while drivIng on the highways thereby complying with a new law passed by the last Legislature It saysUNo bells of any kind shall be carried on the animal or animals draw ing any vehicle A fine of from 2 to 5 is provided for every day during any part of which the offense is committed Saturday morning Chief of Police J A Thompson arrested Allie Pope on at warrant from Boyle county charging him with operating a blind tiger on the grounds of the Holiness camp meeting at Aliceton Pope is the negro who has been emuloyed for some time postSheriff Harbison came and took Pope to Danville where his trial was held Monday requiting in a fine of 100 and cost He is now in jail in that city St Augustines Total Abstinence Society held an important monthly meet ing Sunday afternoon at whichofficers for the ensuing year were elected as follows Judge J P Thompson presi dent Mrs John Barr vice president T F Osborn secretary Miss Annie Belle Spalding treasurer Allan Spalding marshal Josh Abell banner bear er The roll call showed a membership of 450 and the good accomplished by this loci ty has been quite evident in St Augustines parish A resolution was adopted to hold a public meeting ia the nature of a basket picnic at Chi invitationnwas societies of Kay wick and Holy Cross to join with this society in the celebration The exact date was left to be named by the Executive Committee after a confereuce and an agreement with the other two societies Daily HeraldA- ND SUIt 200 t WOOLEN DRESS GOODS LOT OF- BARGAINS rtsonC1aybrooke MT ZION 3a Rev Maxwell filled his apponltment here Sunday and delivered two very interesting sermons This was the last Sunday for this conference year He left Monday to attend conference which convenes at Winchester We hope they willsend Rev Maxwell back for the ensuing year for he has been a faithful pastor and an earnest worker Mr Hal Shehan and wife of Maud were the guests of Mr J N Hayes and family Sunday Messrs Frank Arnold Hines Neale Green Hayes Clifton Taylor and Chas Williams attended the fair at Bards town Saturday Miss Lydia ishop of Midway spent last week at thehdme of Mr J L Williams Mr Charles Neale formerly of Missouri visited at the home of Mrs Emma Neale WednesdayforRev James Williams From there she t + i 1 will go to Louisville to attend State fair Mr James Moran of Vall y Hill spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Vallas Pinkston Mr Ed Gray and sister Ida J visited the Misses Sutherland Saturday and Sunday Mr W H Russell and wife spent one day last week with Mr and Mrs Geo Russell near Chaplin Spripgfieidvisited B Bdntalast Friday and Saturday Misses Ora Houtchins and LizzieiHuston of Chaplin attended here Sunday Mr John Jeffries and wife jt An derson county are visiting the tatters jQuiteRockIBridgeTuesday pringfieldvisited relatives Subscribe for The Sun 100 year iSubscribe year r j Public Sale t iii of Short Horn Catte 21 of Oak j r land and- Treadnook t lI 1 Tl Herds fi Auction at IIDANVILLE + KentuckySEPT tJ w D and J Hs Moore J IQ Apply at this office for catalogue g A ldI t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 If06 5 A NEW LHUE OF SKi TS JUST RECEIVED IN W BLACK GRAY BLUE BROWN AND PLAIDS COME SEE IHrM BEFORE BUYING liT WILL PAY Yom fHAVE A NICE LINE OF RAINCOAtS iALSO PALL HATS NOW READY BOTUr8T1REETHATS 2 TRIMMED MATS COME AND SCE TUN 4t t MRS WILLIAMS t 3 Iif 3 tsita tfitHt ctatsataata tYa ctsts s a sts Qr T T T T T T T T T CDrRESIDENT DENTIST Teeth With out PainesCROWN WORK A PECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly FirstI class Springfield KyrOnce in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notesfr Mr Jno Stump and Miss Sarah E Haydon were married in Springfield last Saturday afternoon Rev Will jams performing the ceremony Salt Rising and Cream Bread received ldaily HAGAN BROS The Annual session of the Louisville tConference M E Church South will beheld at Central City Sept 26 Bishop E R Hendricks will preside tc B D Lake sold for Wi R Janes his farm of 135 acres one mile north of Springfield to J B Robertson at 35 per acre When you want a picture framed remember I make frames to order G B TAYLOR Mr Jno L Burnes and Miss Margaret j Litsey of the county ware married in this city September 6 jRevf Williams of the Baptist church fIciatinl Work will begin on bank building at Willisburg this wee c The promoters of the enterprise hope to be open for business about December 1rFOR RENTTwo rooms in the olda brick opposite the Jno Barber resi dence on Main streetcu NOTICE Mr H BMeElroy having disposed of his interest in the firm of McElroywBros all ersbns indebted t the firm are r uestedsettle thei c accounts at once Call utioh W D Me Elroy at McElroy Shaders grocery MCELROY BROS I have several other nice pieces oft town property This is one of the best school towns in the State If you are contemplating coming to town call n tmeG F Carpenter the tneat man announces in this issue of The Sun that he will do a strictly cash business in the future tLLAND FOR SALEOn Saturday Sept 22 at 2 p m I will sell the Kid Boon- PzoPerrY one mile from town on pike consisting of about twelve acres Land fbarnnecessaryohome Terms on day of Sale SYLVESTER SMITH There was an elegant childrens day service held at Pleasant Grove lastr Sunday The attendance waS large and the exercises were delightful On Tuesday afternoon the funer services of Mrs B F Smith wer held at Mayes Chapel hurch Drs Moffitt of Lebanon arid Lyons Springfield officiating cW S Gibbs bought of P S Barb e recently a show mare for 400 Hef also bought a pair of nice mare mules of W T Reid for400 and one of Hen ry Reid for 175 NOTICEThe undersigned firm hav ing dissolved partnership all persons knowing themselves indebted to us a requested to make settlement at one The books of the firm can be found at Robertson Claybrookes office- Respectfully ROBERTSON BROTHERS y Strayed from my place near Jenson ton a fouryearold bay horse mule and wore leather halter Anyone giving information will be rewarded JOHN M HARMON Jensontdn Ky Automobiles will be used by many the Rural Carriers throughout t county a machine having recent been constructed for thin purpose a apprpved by the department Mess r Martin Neikirk Walker and Na will stand by the hoss for a while p erat least because he has been tri j lo these many days and found to not wanting + ounty Judge Litsey appointed tr delegates to attend the Stat Development Convention the 10th llth and 12th C F Bosley W A Cle ments T Miller and T Scott May r l Bardstown is cut off from the companyhavingsettlement pf a dispute between box renters and the companys officials Miss Lois Houchens of Mercer coun seyenteeny tars old started to school at Harrodsburg last Monday and landed at Harriman Tenn where sh and Mr Price Hanna were married At a meeting of the Fiscal Court in Springfield Monday 450 was appropr- ated to build an approach to the bridge at Maud The Court also bought an iron bridge for Long Lick creek atIPottsville which will be erected at an early date IFARM FOR SALEFortvnine acres three miles from Springfield jbn pike postsIany one who wants a small place Price 30 per acre Call upon or write to B D LAKE SpringfieldKyP- ROPERTY SOLDMr B D Lake real estate agenttsold the property of Mr Byron Croak4on Grundy Avenue to Mr Geo Tucker of Vally Hill fcr 2000 Mr Tucker will aSpringfieldIf u want to a faFor alofIf you want to sell town property or farm put ittin his hands Tie Sun has never seen a more energeticireal estate uplargefirst because he isi untiring in efforts to do the best thing for hi stomers secondbecause he never mis represents What he tells you may lefset down as being absolutely true f Skunks are said to be doing mug bladisorn says erald The skunk go through the patch take it row by row looking for Worms climbing the plants and breaking o leaves One farmer was run o utat yAnother shiswould hunt for tobacco msIbut never before did they do o mucht damage to the crop Rev G W Lyon will preach his l sermons for this Conference Year at Methodist church next Sunday morning and night His morning sub Dutyeeffort will be made to have Reir Lyons returned to Coen tahe haYs a Springfield Not only his own people but the members or other church ar Lyopsturned re in the right place r they say rmerChiefshal of Louisville District arrested whiteand Chas Knott colcjred at Bards onofa warrant charging then with selling whisky without license at the elson tire Springfield jail on Saturday morning but were taken to Lebanon in Jhe af ternoon and appeared before C mrms = sioner C C Boldrick who fixed ja bond for each of the prisoners TheV have been indicted by the Federal grand jury reSpringfield Market B ORHam815ci Si1es11Sc ItBeeswax 24c per pound Butter Ifx to 20e Per pound SpringllaSDncks 8c per pound Corn Meal 75c to 8ki per bushel ildEggs1c pier dozen JFlourOto 1LardlIe perhePotatoes Country The Onions5crid fl85 per barrel c pond1lyrigVinegarMC to 4oc per gallon and grassl44e ear of feQeeaeOOc a voice t r f t LOCALOPTION Carries In Union County r By Over 1000 Ma jOrity Morganfield Ky Sept 11 Anelec todayeunder the county unit law Both side made a strong fight Local option winning by over 1 majority Under the vote taken today druggists will not be allowed to sell whisky on prescription I HosSense Farminge What is more appropriate than fo the farmers to meet after the busyr season of production is past and agree on what is a fair reward for their seasons effortJThe lower he FrinecessityWe are not looking on the low prices withany concern except with a feeling of pity for the poor devils who are the victims of the system of freeboot ing and a certain satisfaction that th balance of th j farmers may be driven into the A Sof E for selfpreserva tion When the sun shines or the clouds lowering when crops are small or they are large when prices are high or when they are low we are ways optomistic about the A S of inaterests of the country helre it is bound to come in its full power A few years ago the Farmers Alli dasover three million members in the Southern states alone But where it s now It was easy to understand the wastihwas soon realized and soon found to be insufficit ent What is buying com pared to selling higher As a patter thffe save d one end they lost at the other hen the members lamored for more benefits the leaders prom to lead them to the promised land j the political route We all know result iasn the strongest position industrially of any class Any person can do without a suit of clothes awhile longer the old tomachine may be made to last another year the note may be paid off and in terest stopped bY foregoing some the ished trip or th4 procuring of some desiredobject tie hand need not be hired if you work a little harder or a little longer Brit when It comes to what must be procured from the mers we must have food every da We cannot put the farmer off with the excuseI can do without food If you have a promising colt a sup erior calf or need a name for anything on or about the house call it Equity LAST WARDINGTO TAXPAYERS Your taxes for 1906 are due and penalty will go Jon November 1 Un the new law Which went into effect after November 1 your taxes can not be paid to me and a tax warrant will be issued agauttTt you by the county clerk and executed within ten dys thereafter making an addidional cost to you of 18 per cent Come in before November 1 and save cost of execution and sale J S OSBOURN SV C NOV 1 Mr J W Perkins who left hereabout a month ago for Illinois is he now making arrangements to ship household goods to Lovington where he will engage in the grocery business Would Turn States Evidence Lexington KyJohn Smith one of the alleged murderers of James B Marcum whose recent trial at Beatty ville resulted In a hung jury wa to turn states evidence It Is alleg John Smith Is now broken in health and it Is the belief of his physlcl that another month of jail life will end his earthly career No promises will be held out to Smith to get him to confess and if he decides to talk it will be done on his own responsl bllity eaeaegeaeaeoeoeaeoeQeoe 0 I Personal Notes aea c Visitors In and Out of TownA g- Rounde Up of the Weeks a Personal News 0Qeboeoeaeoeoe daysinLauraBakerBethlehem fesw Mrs Chas Jeffries of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Brady of this place SundayinMr Richard Kelly was in Maud Sunday Mr J J McCabe was in Louisville last week Mr W C h Chord was in Lebanon SaturdayI Miss Nell Greene has returned ham after a visit to friends and relatives i Bardstown awaterrr many friends last Thursday evening Mr J W Bush spent Thursday in Bardstown Messrs C W Hagan and Charlie Haydon attended the Bardstown fair day Mr arid Mrs Leo Haydon and little son Leo visited relatives in Bardstown last week JfI visieplace Miss Kate Wharton attended the unerol of her grandmother Mrs Fet ter of Louisville Miss Flora Mudd attended th Bardstown fair Saturday Mrs Jenni4 Talbott left last week for Texas where Shewillvisit relatives MisI Hi Thurman and children have returned home after a visit to rel aires in Shelbjville Messrs A M Grundy W D Clay brooke and GodjJard Grundy spent Fri y in Louisyillje spentVednesday Miss Nancy Simms has return home from Louisville Mr and Mrs H D Stiles Bardstown fair Thursday Misses Edna McLaughlin Mamy- Allen and Rebecca McWhorter spen Thursday in Bardstown Miss Josie Lee spent several days in Louisville last week Mrs H S Towlrand littledaugh ter Lillian visited friends in Lebanon this week and last Misses Myrtle and Mabel Price have returned home after a visit to the Misses Stocker of Bardstown =Mr and Mrs J H McClure an children are visiting relatives at High Grove 1rl White of Perryville is tjtownMiss Lucy Seleoman spent yester day in Louisville Hopkinsyy W Lyon Mr W K Robertson madea business trip to Cincinnati this week Messrs Frank Wells Lynne Bush and Robert Mayes left Monday to at tend State Collegeat Lexington Mr and Mrs L D Baker land lit tle son have returned home after a visit to relatives in Bardstown Misses Gertrude and Eddie Shad r bicCabere Dr John E Spalding spent a fe days with his parents atthis place Mrs R H Shader of Louisville is the guest of Mrs J C Shader Mr and Mrs J L Wharton were called to Louisville by the death of the latters mother Mrs Geo G Fetter LMrs Nannie Simms and Miss Eili zaJMdUicu are spending this week Tatham drehisSatu r day here Little Misses Louise and Sue Hil of Lebanon are visiting their aUnt Mi Elizabeth Leachman jMr J S Yankey was in Louisville the first of the week Owensboredo sp sev Louisvilaone day last Week Miss Isa Colvin vhoijhas been spending her vacation wtl her mother in Bardstown has returned tQ school at this place iJ rf CASHII IIamexpect to make this rule good Dont ask for credit It will be better for you and much better for me to do a strictly cash business Your patronage is I promise you the best sOlicitedlthe lowest prices I L Il r Carpenterti Mr and Mrs H P McChord and yisittoMr C P Wells was in Louisville the first of the week Messrs Ben F and John Simm- swrein Louisville Monday Mr Mack McChord of Lebanon spent Monday at the home of Mr and Mrs H P McChord Mr Geo GIfallof Louisville i here in the interest of the telephon- company Mrs Woodson Moss is visiting latives inSullivan Ind ebits John Edd Carricoof How ardstown is visiting her daughter Mrs George Clements Miss Jennie Craycroft formerly of arrivedcharge of themusic class at the High SchooltMrs Bettie Hord who has been at Crab Orchard for the past four months hometMrs Dudley Tapp who has been odf beedn severs weeks is at home for a few days severstI Mrs Conrad Hertlien was in Lou isville last week Mr C D Robertson spent a fe days in Louisville last week Jack McChord and John Shuc McEIroy Jr left this morning for Danville whe e they enter Central University todwhere he lwill be engaged in schoolwork during the winter Mr J C Talbott is visiting rela in Parsons Kas Mr Earnest Tong spent the first of the week in Louisville Miss Bertha Tong attended the Bardstown fair last week Mrs V Ht Booker and children Miss Margaret and Master Fred who have beets visiting Mrs W E Selec man and ther relatives here have re turned to their home in Little Rock J7irkH1LLSBORO Some lour school children jliave diptheria a form Miss Sarah Shields spent last Wed nesday night with her sisters Mrs Eatlia Coulter ossiew a atlRock Bridge last week Misses Maud and Eva Inman and Mr Erne t Shewmaker visited Mr Sleet Pinkston and wife at Willisburg Saturday and Sunday Mr Josh Inman and wife and Mrs Eatha Coulter spent Sunday with Mr M and family atRev preached at this place JjSims of next Sun ay will make a talk so that the people will not be disappointed l 1The peop e are very busy cutting tobacco this week Rev W E Sutherland and Mr J 11 Montgomery attended meeting at Springfield last Sunday Several from here attended meeting at VVillisburg Sunday night Air Bob Shewmaker and wife visited JoleMr F M Shejwmaker of near Mack ville spent last Sunday with Mr J S Inman George and Greath Dean yisitio at Cornishville Saturday and Sunday 4ti II Our Faell Offerr r tng 1 largeshipments Overcoats SuitswkShoes Etc and while it may be a little earlY just at this time to buy fall and winter goods we desire to ex tend to you an invitation 1Qcall at our store and examine our stock OddsN Ends 71 We have many Job Lots of goods which we can not carry through the winter and THEY MUST GO Among them are UatsCapsShirts too numerous to mention Those who buy from us wilt toll you that our goods are good and our prices low Once our customer always our customer SHRAGER BROTHERS l TOE JOB LOT STORE In Opera House Building s 818 if ll Torture By Savages Speaking of the tortures to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject theircaptives reminds me of the intense suffering endured for three months from inflammation of the Kidneys says W M Shermariof Cush Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completeycured me Cures Liv er Complaint Dyspepsia Blood dispr ders and restores the weak tand nervous to robust health teed by C J Haydon druggisfeijiErice rOc ji THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 I 1 Ii 81 II hi ff T Io 1 fLfARM ANPS FARMS rt c E an I J Y t Are Increasing in Value IflYou Want to Buy Now is The Time ri IIESTATE MA4V B D J A FACT fOR YOU TO REMEMBER WASHINGTON COMPARED WITH Of HAS a TOO AS GO BY IT INCREASES VALUE NOW TIME TO il t F r fI jcJJ jtT IIIIII II KENTUCKYS fAIR x A BIG SUCCESS Exhibition to Be Held Next Week at LouisVille September 17 and Closes Night of September 22 TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES EVERY DAY Premiums and Purses Amount to More Than Concerts and Scores of Other Attractions Visitors Will Be Well Entertained Everything is In readiness for th 3 State Fair which will begin next Monday at Louisville The grounds having been beautified and put in shape the exhibits are being re ceived and assigned to their propar quarters and hundreds of little details are being attended to and prep arations practically completed and will undoubtedly prove the greatest Fair ever held in the state of Ken tucky In many respects the Fair will bq a surprise to those who attend aa It will give unmistakable evidence of the great advance that has been made by Kentucky in the past few years and will show to the world the extent and value of her products the pre eminence of her horseflesh and mag nificence of her other live stock Splendid specimens of tobacco from her fields and grain from her farms will be displayed in abundance Com plete evidence of the Industry and thrift of her housewives beg shown The State Fair deserves and will doubtless receive the and un tiring support of every loyal son of the commonwealth It Is a state institution belongs to the citizens of Bell and Calloway counties as well as to the residents of Jefferson It is the fair of the Mountains the Blue Grasp the Pennyrile and Purchase It lsa place where meet on equal ground interested alike in the upbulldlng of the state To make it a success and build it up from year to year will be the pleasure and the duty of every Kentuckian The State FaIr must be made to rank with those of Kentuckys sister states which have been longer established Kentucky has the citizenship and natural resources and stands preeminent in the breeding of horseflesh and has coining to ask when thrown in com petition with the agricultural or stock- breeding interests of other states WJ Managed by State Board The State Fair affords an opportu nity to the men who are Kentuckys mineral to ad vertise the untold wealth that lies in her mountains The State Fair will be held under the management of the Board of Control appointed by the State Board of Agriculture Immigra tion and Forestry W TJ Harris is chairman of the Board and J B Bowles of Bardstown is secretary Prize money amounting to more than 25000 will be ditributed during the week This is n unusually large sum the 15000 Appropriated by the state having be supplemented by more than JIOOOCC in additfon Much of this has been by busi nESs and PU licsPlrlted citizens of Louisville entire amount has been appropriated approx imately as Horses 5500 5OOPMulesWomens department 800 Field seed hor ticulture etc I 2500 f500Sheep 850Iclass Jot entries both front Kentuckians and other exhibitors The show rings will be worthy of the Fair and of the state in every respect In every department the exhibits will be better than have been hoped for by the management or the outsider The added attractions of the Fair will be of the highest class The music will be furnished by a band of sixty musicians composing one of the most famous now tour ing the United States the Fair man agement having felt In going to gr at expense in this band believing that the patrons of the Fair are entltleti to the very best of The carnival company will have fifteen shovs upon the grounds all of them strictly moral and there will be none permitted that are not suitable In every respect for women and children No gambling devices will be permitted and special precaution will be taken to every visitor and thieves The gates of the Fair will be open each morning at9 oclock the showing of horses1cattle and live stock will rHfgs will be continued throughout the afternoon with occaSion intervals dur ing whlch the race Will occur The Fair will be open at night until 11 oclock the attractions being concerts by the band and shoks of the carnival company Every be featured especially and day will be as good as the last Public Printer Stjllings is having a heavy demand for the booklet containing thelist of 300 words pre pared bythe Simplified Spelling Board b lieveindeed I am surel can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or adjoining counties I have a great many farms for sale good onesat reasonable prices and I am anxious to show you any one of them Remember that land is constantly increasing in value and there is hardly a remote possibility that it will decrease Indeed the man who buys a farm today may feel absolutely certain that its value will increase a third t possibly half or more within a half a dozen years I honestly believe that you can be suited in place and price if you will call upon me I have farms In every section of the and small and all of them are well improved I also have some bargains in town property See list in this issue of The Sun LAKE Jl COUNTY LAND THE LAND SURROUNDING COUNTIES ALWAYS BEEN CHEAP AND THE MONTHS IN IS THE BUY J l r rMry4 pyblS- i j Opens 25000rBand perfect will hearty Kentuckians II developing resources contributed organizations he follows tobacco organizations justified securing everything frontswindlers when datiwill countylarge IIII IWWIWWI MINERS FATE INT HANDS Of MADMAN COAL DIGGER JERKED UP AND DOWN SHAFT FOR TWO HOURS IN FAINT WHEN RESCUECU Insane ExMine Engineer Drives Suc cessor from Post at Point of Re volver Victim Rescued In Wobly Condition Manhattan NevTo be whizzed up and down a 200 foot shaft for two hours with a maniac at the throttle of the hoisting machine is the experience vouchsafed to Jack Wright a miner employed in the Jumping Jack mine here Jack who has a good appetite came up from the lower levels at noon the other day to eat his lunch in the sun shine At one oclock he stepped upon the bucket by which his com The Terrified Man Shot Up and Dow with Lightning Rapidity panions had already dropped back to work and signaled to the engineer at the hoist who was in plain view to lower him The latter John Pugh by name started to comply He hadre leased the brake and the big drum about which the cable was coiled had already miide several revolutions s when Richard Perry walked into the holslhouse Stop tha bucket he said Pugh his eyes glued to the paying out cable i aid no attention Perry the former engineer at the hoist had 1 IW W WIW WI IW WI been fired several weeks before lorI drunkenness and ever since he had been lounging in harmless drunken befuddlement about the works Stop that bucket repeated Perry Wait a minute till I get Jack down said Pugh with a conciliatory mannerStop that bucket said PerryIThere was something so inslstive In thecommand that this time Pugh looked up He glanced up into the muzzle of a45CoIts behind which two eyes out of their sockets withI maniacal frenzy glared Walt a minute Pugh started to say trying to gain time Perry gnashed his teeth placed the cold muzzle upon Pughs temple and cocked the gun Pugh put on the brakes turned on his heel jumped out of the rear window and went down the hill to get help Perry calmly established himself upon ute vacate stool his cocked sixI shooter c conveniently at hand He re leased the brake The drum began to revolve slowly at first then faster till it hummed Then just as the extremity of the cable was almost reached Perry jammed on the brakes released theta jammed them on again and brought the thing to a stop at the place on the cable where a piece of twine showed the reaching of the lowest level Immediately however he threw the electric controller for ward a notch then another then full Ion and the drunt to revolve in the other direction Up wound the cable the drum airly buzzing Perry kept his eyes on the shaft Suddenly tho bucket whizzed out of the opening up into the sunlight Perry threw off the controller snapped on the and the bucket stopped a brakesI inches from the top of the frame Then off came the brakes and down swooped the bucket into the shaft again When it got down it came up again when it was up it went down again all at a vertiginous speed And this is the game that for- two hours alone upon the top of Gold Hill the mad engneerplarcd As for Wright meanwhile he was not haYing a nice time When Pugh had made his discreet exit he had found himself in a motionless bucket swinging Idly between two levels He was just reaching over to ring two bells for further descent when the bucket started downHis satisfac tion was of short duration however speednthat jumped Wrights heart into his mouth There were big drops of perspiration upon his honest brow wl en the thing cambering down wren zzzzzz j he bucket began to slide upward The speed increased to a mad one This time he was sure there was somethl 1wrong and so vey wisely he dr pped to the bot toia of the bucket inking himself as small as possible and anchoring him self with his feet nd back UD he shot a stream of golden sunlight blinded him he ha a faint vision of the scaffolding abo e and then just as he had made up his mind hewaj J SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY WI IW deadthe Ducket stopped it swung a second there then down it went again with a dizzying swoop The impressions of Wright during the next two ho irs might be very in teresting only hie dfdnt have anyIm pressions About on his third mad trip up and down the shaft he die creetly shut his eyes and fainted away He doesnt call It fainting He says he Just got dizzy So diz zy did he get Indeed that it took most of half a day to revive him and even now he zigzags crazily as he walks and swears he will never again be caught in any kind of an elevator Meanwhile Pugh was walking and running down the hill toward town The first man he met there was L M Sullivan the principal owner of the Jumping Jack mine The two men theyIIwindow which had served for Pughs precipitous exit From there they could see Perry intent upon his work alternately putting on power and brake The machine buzzed and the cable whizzed and looking at the mouth of the shaft they could see at regular intervals the bucket shoot up and down again It seemed empty and they thought Wright dead The concentration with which Perry played his deadly game was his undo fag Noiselessly Jumping through the window Sullivan sprang upon him from behind pinioning his arms Meanwhile PUg stopped the bucket at the surface and then the two men after a sharp struggle succeeded In throwing the m to the ground ThenIhoistroom trussdd up like a sausage What did you o that for asked SuIIlvanheatedly That fellows name is Jack Isnt It counterquestjoned Perry pointing to the limp form jof Wright What has that got to do with itrWell I was Jumping the Jack thats all scowled Perry turning his face to the wall So far this is the only explanation he has vouchsafed and he is plainly insanei Doctors Are Puzzled The remarkablJrecov r of Kenneth Mdyer of Vanceboro Me is the subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a of friends He says of his casje Owing to severe congestionme up to die when as a last resort I was induced to try Dr Kings New Dis covery and I am happy to say it saved my life1Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsilitis Weak Lungs HoarsenessandLaGri Guar ant ea at C J Haydons drug store 50c and 100 Tr free Subscribe for The Sun LOO year f W WI rrtf WILL GROW r FLOWERS tJ Mammoth Rose and Shrub Farms- Will Be Cultivated In MJ i sissippi Lula 1UssA rose and shrub farm is Mississippis newest industry and so far as known the only one irji the South The farm was formerly tho property of Goy Alcorn and was one of the finest cotton plantations in the Delta It is about four miles from this city on the Yazpp Pass The property which is In the njorth east corner of Coahma county lying along the railroad from Helena Arks to Jonestown Miss is owned by a northern corporation The soil along the Yazoo Pass which Is an outlet for fSablackto growing roses and shrubs oldIlis the purpose of the manager oil the to plant at least 1000 acres in roses and shrubs Already therejis a productsof1thlsIre are goodIRoses and plants are d tcf the North and West In large quantities to Boston New York Chicago St Louis and other large cities and last year the company could not handle all the orders received for rose plants yard shrubs and hedge stock It is said a larger growth of cullings can be produced here than elsewhere While the plants mature faster Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by Bhamberlarns Pain Balm Mr James N Nichols a merchant arid postmaster atVernon Connmakesthe following statement A little child of Michael Strauss was recently an great pain from a burn on the hand add as cold applications only increased the Inflammation Mr StraUSS came me for something to stop the little ones pain From liniments I carry erlainsPamtion drew out the inflammation and gave thisLlinimentoften for cuts burns strains and lame back and have never known it to disappoint For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Daily Herald JfAND SUN 200- l t lL TUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1906itrio x1LeM 1W f THE TABERNACLE TENTH Im Clert tad Pillar Series STORY IFTIE WILJEINESS JOURNEY inc nCBUV PEOPLE By the Highway and Byway Preacher Copyright by the author IUon f Scripture Authority Exodus 40I1738 ok ooooooj xx oooooooooo xxx 8 SERMONETTEi s The was the dwelling 9 1 place of Jehovah among Is 6 rael In its every detail of ma 2 S terial and construction it typified 6 3 the character and attributes 9 of God and expressed his atti 6 g tude towards man and indl 9 o cated mans way of approach 6 2 unto him The Tabernacle and 5 2 its appointed service was a 5 5 type of the Christ and his reo 2 demptive work It set forth in a symbol that Which found full o and complete and glorious expression 6 in the Christ For full and beautiful Unfolding of the 9 meaning of the Tabernacle read Needhams book Shadow and 9 t Substance X CbH 316 17 9 The Temple of God Gods 2 dwelling place today is in the 9 midst of his people All Chris tians form together one vast 9 temple Ye are the temple 2 collectively and living stones 9 Peter 25 individually This spiritual temple is the dwelling 2 place of Holy Spirit 5 Gods Viceregent on earth In 9 this spiritual house believers X arethe spiritual priesthood 2 g Comp Ex 1956 with Rev 16 19 and 510 with Jesus Christ our A high priest as the literal priest 6 9 hood the one through whom our 2 spiritual sacrifices are offered 6 9 and made acceptable tb God See 1 Peter 25 And what 6 gJxJ9 presence of God filled it Christ 2 has done In that he has entered v into the holy place not made 2 5 with hands Seeing then that 5 9 we have a great high priest 5 that Is passed into the Heavens 6 Jesus the Son of God let us IA hold fast our profession For oj O we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with 9 the feeling of our infirmities 5 t but Was in all points tempted 9 like as we are yet without sin 5 Let us therefore come boldly 9 unto the throne of grace that 6 we v may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need Heb 4M416 V THE STORY T WAS evident tljat the inspection Ji of the busy groups of workers in the camp of Israel had proved satis factory for Bezaleel and Aholiab came into Moses presence with beam ing faces and reading their report there he exclaimed before they had time to speak flAh its a good report that thou T ringest Yea replied Bezaleel who as chief artificer and the one in charge of all the work of preparing the ma terials for the Tabernacle and Its fit tings acted as sppkesman Yea the workmen are putting the finishing strokes to the work and all will be completed today even to the cloths Of service and the holy garments for Aaron the priest and the garments for his sons to minister in the Tab ernacle t Tis welV responded Moses fervidly Knowest thou what day tomorrow will be The two men shook their heads by way of answer and Moses added Tomorrow will be the beginning of the second year as appointed by the Lord when he spoke to us In Egypt and gaye us the Passover How fitting that upon that day the Tabernacle should be set up in our midst The Lord reward thee Bezaleel and thouI Aholiab for thy faithfulness The two men bowed low In grateful recognition of the commendation of their leader and ithen Bezaleel con tsciousof the ready spirit of thepeople- In the work said But it Is the faithfulness of the people whlch has wrought the work Thou recallest how eagerly they Brought of their offerings of gold and silver and brass and precious stones and cloths and skins and fine linen and their oil and their spices and had they not served willingly In the work we would not be completing it this jjay True replied Moses and are they glad that the task is almost completed 1 Yea as I passed through the camp today I heard the people singing and talking together about the Lord and rejoicing that soon they would have his Tabernacle finished And tomorrow you will rear it What news that will be for the people and Bez aleel turned as though he would go at once to spread the tidings and then pausing he asked And where Will you have the materials and furniture for the Tabernacle gathered At the place of the altar com manded Moses as he dismissed them and forget not to caution the people that they come not nigh to touch the fittings for they are holy unto the Lord The sons of Levi shall minister in these things For six months now the work had goiesteadily on The people had en tered eagerly into the tasks assigned them by Bezaleel and Aholiab and e under their skillful direction the weaving and dyeing the cunning work In silver an l gold and brass the carv ing and shaping of the wood had pro gressed wonderfully Everybody had some part In the work even the chil dren catchi g the eage spirit of their elders andIgladly doiig what they could to help How swiftly the wee s and months had passed So occupied with the task In hand had they beds that they had no time for murmurs g It hardly seemed possible that they were the same people win had threatened Moses at Rephidlor had forgotten God and made fcr themselves the Qaybyat Moses lions in the mws and ordinances of God which h0 had received while ori the mount with God and while they wrought In the work they vied with each other In seeing how theirIThey had talked together of that day when the Tabernacle should be set up dud God would be served in the way appointed and it Is no won del that when the tidings came to them that on the morrow they would see the Tabernacle reared there was very great rejoicing so that the sound of laughter and singing filled the campThe sun that night set upon an expectant people At the place appointed the rich and costly materials had been brought and the Levites Instructed concerning the placing of the same while the people stood at a distance ant watched as long as the daylight lasted and then as the soft glow of the pillar resting high up on the side of the mountain fell upon the camp the people turned slowly and went to their tents saying softly to themselves TomorroWj will the Lord have a In our midst But how little they realized all that was implied in that saying How meager was their idea of the mean- Ing of the Tabernacle and its appointed worship Its richness of ma terial its varied appointments the plans for the Tabernacle service all absorbed their attention and apart from the general consciousness of God they did not enter deeply into the spirit of fire occasion But even though the heart understood not eyes and ears were eager fo drink in every detail of the animated scene which began next day with the first rays of light A reverent hush was upon the people while the work was going on and no man dared to venture near where the walls of the tabernacle were reared and the tent spread above Then Moses took the ark and In the sight of all the people he placed therein the tablets of stone on which were written the com and ments and the rod and a pot of the manna And then he set the staves on the ark and put the mercy seat above the ark and it was within carriedI See whispered the people another as the Levites ark disappeared see what Moses has dpne with the rod and the tablets of stone given to him on the mountain and the pot of manna Yea cried Moses turning towards the people and noting hush which had fallen tqsolemn yea ItIs the testimony Beneath the mercy seat ere will now have his abiding place in the midst of Israel rest the evidences of Gods presence with Israel thus far The rod through which God worked such mighty deliverance the pot of manna the evidence of Gods miracu lous feeding of his people in the midst of the wilderness fastnesses the tables of stone the revelation of Gods perfect will for the guidance of his people These tokens of Gods deal- Ings with his people rest beneath the mercy seat even as you the children- of Abraham are preserved under the mercy seat of Gods love Again silence fell ppon the people as Moses ceased speaking The Levites have withdrawn leaving the a Ps in the holy of holies and the people stand expectant Moses will now enter and talk with God they whispered one to the otherBut while they thus spoke the Cloud which had stood upon the noun tain side cameand covered the Tab ernacle and the glory of the Lord filled the place Never before had the people beheld such glory and splendor The Cloud had always been a thing of wonder by day and splendor of glory by night but now it glowed and scintillated With a beauty transcendent Surely this was the temple of the Lord and he had come down and filled it What temple in Egypt had they ever seen which had been so visited by the gods In whose name tljey had been reared When had It ever been that the priests of Egypt could not enter their temples because the glory of their gods had so tilled the place So thought the people as they stood there and at last conscious that Moses instead of entering the place had fallen prostrate upon the ground in worship and adoration of the wonderful manifestation of Gods presence they too bowed in reverent worship A Sailors Hospital It will be good news to all who are interested in work for sailors that Henry L Clapp formerly a resident of New York will build a hospital on the island of Malta principally for American sailors in the naval and merchant service Too little Is done for the sailor Who has been called the one indispensable manM of human so ciety without whose services the work of civilization and of missions could not go onN Y Observer 0 A Day with Mrs Roosevelt at Her Oyster Bav Home BayPerhaps In all the world there is no other woman In so prominent a position of Thom so little is known of her daily round of life as of Mrs Theodore Roosevelt the wife of the president of the United States However Mrs Roosevelts average vacation day at Oyster Bay isa busy one because she sa good housewife Slje oversees all the food that goes the diningroom and therefore she is ub and in the kitchen at 630 a ml After breakfast however she is out of doors She never fails to pay a vls t to the stable to pet Mollie her riding m re Mrs Roosevelt has a beautiful garden at Oyster Bay and an hour is spent working midst the flowers A tour of inspection among the hoise s rvants follows and very frequently the first lady of the land goes to the kitchen to make with her own hands a pie or a cake which is a favorite with Mr Roosevelt or the children Mrs Roosevelt darns the boys stockings herself She is charitable and Is often seen of an afternoon carrying a bas et Into the house of some poor fam fly One of her regularafternoo pleasures Isa horseback ride with the pres Ident All the members of the family aria expected to be present at dinner and Mrs Roosevelt always says grace OLD TIMES PASSIINfiI OKLAHOMA INDIANS CELEBRATE END OF TRIBAL STATE Feasting and Dancing the Order Throughout the Two Territories Sioux Guests of Old Enemies the Pawnees OklaNomaterim between the passing away of old conditions and the advent of the new state government in general dem onstrations and celebrations all over the two territories They apparently desire to have the time of their lives before finally resigning to the inevitable lot of citizens of the Unit ed States government The biggest gathering of Indians is near Hominy in the Osage nation The Poncas Otoes Klowas Coman ches Kaws and Big and Little Osagea have been celebrating the passage of the allotment bill there for several weeks and are still putting in the time feasting and dancing The Osage Indians also celebrated the ancient custom of conferring the medicine decree upon the oldest son Pawnee WahWaTah presided as chief orator The celebration was held near Gray Horse The sacred pack has been held by one family for six years but later it will be passed on to the next best friend of the family with similar ceremoniestThe Pawnee Indians have been en tertaining their old enemies the Sioux for several weeks with the green corn dance and feasting Buffalo and pony dances were also Indulged in anti many ponies and blankets were givejn the Sioux visitors by the Pawnees Agent Nellis of the Pawnees made a trip to the scene of the festivities and warned the Indians that It would be a crime to give away ponies and blank ets that had been mortgaged The Indians of the Quapaw agency are preparing fora big farewell cele bration at Wyandotte continuing tour days The Senecae Wyandottes Mi amis Ottawas Quapawa Modocs Delawares and Peorias will partial pate The Quapawa will give their green corn and stomp dances ad dresses will be made bjr prominent Indians and each night during the cel ebratlon the oldtime religious custom of returning thanks to the Great Spir it for bountiful crops will be cele brated The Ponca Indians are arrangin- the biggest demonstration to be held September 15 and 16 the thIrteenth anniversary of the opening of th strip to settlement All Oklahoma Indians will be invited to attend and invitations are be- Ings nt out to all northern tribes to participate The list Includes Sioux Wlnoebagos OmaJjas and several oth ers The Oraahas of which the Pqn cas are a branch frequently visit with the latter tribe and these visits are e urned by the Poncas lirovldedydian amusemer ts h return the visiting tribes will give costly presents including porih s and blankets and the Pcincas will URewise lavish gift upon the visitors The head chief of the Poiicas has arranged with the Miller Brothers of 101 ranch to fur jneededforentertain 4000 dsltors and they will bear the entire expense Since tJ11 pas age of the statehood bill some India tribes that have not 4A declared citizens of the Unit etbeen have shown a disposition such recognition The Kaws making application for citizenship and Mrs Frank Lessert one of the wealthiest Kaws and the owner of 400 acres of land near Kaw City was given a certificate of competency and a similar certificate was given to George Hardy son of the Kaw chief Gen William Hardy and cousin of Congressman Curtis of Kansas ONE DOLLAR IN DEMAND 4 Sliver Piece in Maine Town Which 4 Gotes at a Premium Brunswick MeA bright new sil ver dollar with several shipping tags attached to It by means of a silver ring has been sent out from the office or the Brunswick Record on a journey around the merchants of this town The object as stated on one of the tags Is to use this dollar in paying bills by the persons holding it and in ho case to spend the coin outside of Brunswick also to demonstrate thata dollar spent at home will eventually return to the original spender to be spent again All persons are enjoined to keep the dollar circulating and to be careful not to spend it with anyone who will be apt to salt it down The dollar was paid to Myrick Gatchell an employe of the Record office with his wages He spent it at once at the store of H J Given It has been used to pay freight and dry goods grocery clothing milk and all sorts of bills Many of the merchants are r ow advertising to accept it at a ptem urn One merchant allows 52 for It ona 510purchase and another allow 150 in part payment of a bill ofl5 and 2 on any purchase amount ing t 3 510 The Record allows a y ars subscription to the paper 15000 PEARL FOR 75 CENTS Finder of High Priced Gem Got Al most Nothing for It New YorkQn sale in John street Is a perfect pearl weighing 68 grains white and rounded for which the ask ing price is 15000 The man who found it in a mussel shell on the Wis consin bank of the Mississippi river only a few weeks ago sold It for 76 cents The pearl came in a shell the size of a silver dollar Another pearl from the American fisheries In middle western rivers offered now for 5000 in the Maiden lane district is of 99 ofgAs a result of the increased suc fisheriesefor the gems buyers of cfactically every large house in New York have been sent recently to tho points where the pearls can be had at first hand from their Hniiera Tinted gems of this variety weigh ing up to 100 grains have also reached the local market latelyand added to the anxiety of dealers to be repre sented on the ground VIncennos ind and Prairie Du Chien Wis be ing principal points of the Industry Singers Son Works in Store Springfield MassJohn Helnk son of Mme SchumarnHelnk the singer is working in a Jewelry store here to get enough money to study for the stage Horse Wears Trousers Can ndaigua N YTo protect his horse from flies Charles Parshall has had trousers made for It The leis are fastened to the fly not li i IFarms F o R Sate iIiGOOD ONES AT LOW PRICES t41- No147 d acres 4i miles from Springfield well watered Od W land good dwelling good stable shop on farmrented close to school house and church Price 40 per acre fNo 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwillihg good its schoolhouse cW w No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of t grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per cre +No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plea timber irs oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalfrW mile from souse and church Good tobacco land w W iNoacres sta wellfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town No S128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty tirhber all + necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and barn Price 20 per acre No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber W two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced X1010108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good Lti goodlarge iW 3750 per acre No 1L220 acres six J miles from Springfield on good pike 50 acres timberask oak hickory and poplar and convenient two barns two dwellings telephone in house watered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre schoolINo12jThe most desirable house in Springfield Well No 13A nice cottage in Springfield Good barn with ground Cheap No 14150J acres seven miles from Springfield on good 1s 50 acres timber two new barns new lntYoffin orw tobacco land 50 acres of extra good bottom land Price 60 W No 1590 acres one good six room dwelling tobacco barn iLtiroom dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfieldone good six room- dwelling+ on good 01 miles from one mile fromschool + and church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom- land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 + No19276 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine roomfit w dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock vbarns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of f and I house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 icet4 No 20250 acres nine mites from Springfield good two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables t 75 acres timber of grass fine orchard 30 an 1Several other pieces of town If acretitI I Ive got it at any priceY itfromI I fbarn4 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud from school some timber fine tobacco land well onehalfmiJet i of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from S ringfieldong90d pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 to cco barns 1 stock barn 1 +corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bat T tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre dwelling4i t50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 26House 7 rooms in Springfield 2J acres of ground fstable hen house smoke house sprmg In yard lot fenced in 6 + tloti Cheap 27701 acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price i 1800 No 28 160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road i mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 29104k acres 6 miles from Springfield on new pike d 6 j j room dwelling tobacco room holds 6 acres of tobacco 30 acres W young grass under good fence well watered all out buildings young orchard planted Price 3250 per acre +No 30115 acres SJmiles from Springfieldon good pike 1 six +new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house land well watered plenty ifruitEaSy payments iroom 4500 per acre if31135 acres miles from Springfield on goods ptke good m dwelling good tobacco barn ten acres 100 acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price25 i No 3275 acres miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good 3250 road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price + No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles front Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine +aii stOCk barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hafsmall allet41 machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes inNelson county Price 60 per acre All limestone land 17 +No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations iri Washingtonccmn +ty for a home CheafltS D Lake Springfield fit i + + ++ ++ ltntutkV State fair Louisville S25OOO Sept 1H2 IIN PREMIUMS AND PURSES TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES DAILY Magnificent Exhibits and Other Attractions LOW RAILROAD RATES t t E THSPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 190rILLINOIS SULLIVAH COMMITTEEMANBRYAN PLIES TO RECENT ATTACK Denies Holding Place by Fraud and r Charges Nebraskan with Uttey b ing Falsehoods f New York Sept 10The private opinion which Roger C Sullivan holds of William Jennings Bryan has be fa made public by the Illinois Democrat ic committeeman Mr Sullivan defends the position lie has taken defends his friends and his calling He compares these with the associates stand and occupation of Mr Bryan r In conclusion Mr Sullivan chalv lenges the Nebraskan to a duel of bal lots The members of the Democrat tlaredeli and are to say whether they repudiate Sullivan Mr Bryan saidv he had letters from more than half of them to that effect If the count of the ballots favor Bryan Sullivan is to resign If the vote is on the side of Sulll van Bryan is to retire as a can didate for the presidency for Mr Sullivan saysuno man Is fit to be a candidate for that high position who goes out in public and lies about any member of his party Mr Bryan is addicted to the use of untruths according to the Sullivan statement Some o these are called deliberate ands are plain un of truths i Qf Mr Bryans Illinois friends and admirers Mr Sullivan has an exceedingly poor opinion He calls them un convicted felons bribers of conven Lions and various other uncompli aentaiy things Murder and highway xobbery are two of the crimes not Mentioned in the indictment Lincoln Neb Sept 1OYou can expect that kind of attack from that kind of people said William J Bryan regarding the attack made upon Trim by Roger Sullivan of Illinois Mr Br an said he was not prepared oanswer Mr Sullivans charges and could not say just when he would is Kue a statement regarding the Illinois situation The inference from his replies was that he would haveai- ormaldeciaration ready within a few Jays ANKERS RETURN UP TO STATE Government No Longer Responsible for Stensland Washington Sept 10So far as the Sterisland case is concerned the s tate department does not purpose to 6 further act asa publicity bureau The Announcement was made Saturday that the Illinois authorities are now responsible for the safe return of the fugitive Chicago banker and it would Improper for the department to Eve out any information It has con the arrangements being made Jto get him out of Morocco and into e jurisdiction of the United States dIspatchtwday It is known that the state and kavy department officials have conferred frequently in regard to a means of transit for the prisoner and his custodians and it is understood that instructions to the commander of the Glacier will be sent to Suez directing him to stop at Tangier in the event bankersmade It is deemed liKety however that Stensland may be taken to Gib xajtar on a chartered steamer and ftnere placed on board a merchant vessel bound for the United States just 3 tInchartered vessel to a merchantman kt Gibraltar it Is probable that it would be made beyond the threemile ilmit in order to avoid British jurisdiction and possible resistance by jStensland The silence of the officials at the state department is explained Jt y them as necessary in order that Stensland may not be made cognizant ot the plans for his journey home Fatal Collision in Virginia 7 Wheeling W Va Sept 10ATwo iersons were killed and ten injured passenicounty 24 miles south of here on the Ohio River division orthe Baltimore Ohio railroad The trains came together on a bridge over Fishc creek The collision is said to have been due to a fog although no ex planation is given of how the trains same to meet on the bridge Roosevelt Jr Goes Home Denver Col Sept lO Theodore Hbosevelt Jr son of the president passed through here with one hand in a bandage en route east from a hunting trip in western Colorado He said an ulceration resulting from an Injury was causing hIm ito return home earlier than he hail intended Ho killed three deer but ho bear on the trip1 Start First Esperanto Paper Oklahoma Okla Sept lOj LAmerfc ka Es a antieto the first Esperanto Ifbticgalever published in America has publication here Over 40 such folufnals are published In Europe where the late Geneva conference created widespread interest In the abject Factory Burns Loss Heavy Tacoma Wash Sept The jtJoithsvestern woodwork factory on triOck street was destroyed by fire One d1Y kiln and one boile roam was saSfed Loss 200000a insurance 000- r i NAPPY HOLLOW Mr Clayton Stallings is having a tobacco barn erected on the farm he purchased for F M She wmaKer Mr Helm Keeling visited in this Sunday Mr J S Thomas and family visited- in Springfield Saturday and Sunday Mrs John Armstrong and two daughter Misses Flossy and Pearl attended the Sunday School convention at Mack ville last Thursday A large crowd from this place is attending meeting at Willisburg this week Mrs Tom Coulter visited her father Scruggsville last week Mr John Armstrong is on the sick list t Mr Joe Noel and Miss Hattie Set- tlesvisited at Willisburg Sunday Mr Searge Dean visited at Cornish illa Saturday arid Sunday There will be prayer meeting at this place Thursday night Miss Effie Coulter visited Miss Sarah Shields Monday night Miss Myrtle Armstrong visited Miss Zelrna Mcllvoy Tuesday night Mrs Luta Armstrong visited her parents from Friday until Sunday Mr Purdom Pinkston visited at Texas Sunday Kelly Is Indicts Hopldnsville kYThe grand jury Trigg county has retui ned an in dictment against County Attorney John W Kelly charging him with mis appropriating 4700 trust tends placed in his hands as master commissioner prior to resigning office January 1 1906 New Temple Dedicated Louisville KyThe new temple of the congregation Adath Israel was icated Many prominent Hebrews eluding nearly all the rabbis from jed east and south were present troductory address was by Rabbi low of Louisville Carmack and Watterson Louisville KyIt is announced that COfr7lerJournalmack of Tennessee have accepted iln vitations to deliver addresses at the Bryan reception for the Southern States In Louisville September 12 Yearlings Arrive Lexington Ky Tralner Jimm y Rose arrived here from with a car load of erty of Henry rl SheepSheiBay mari and W M Hays stable room at tpe association track Former Kentuckian Wants Damages Omaha NebEO Ford of this city who formerly lived near Barbour ville In Knox county Ky has just brought an actibn for damages against his fatherin law and motherinlaw Mr and Mrs J K Bowman of Mar shalltown charging them with alienat ing his wifes affections He asks the court to give him judgment for 10 000 against Mr and Mrs Bowman All the parties are prominentj Thieves Rich Haul Jpsephinemonths vacation she found that the house had been thoroughly ransacked from top to bottom Porch climbers had visited the residence during her absence and stole about 2000 worth or jewelry Lost Hearing Suddenly Restored Lexington iyED Veach the wellknown printer of the Transylva vIa Co lead a remarkable experience lost his hearing completely He a specialist who worked on his ears without avail when as suds denly as it left his hearing returned School Board Deadlocked Paducah KyThe schools here did ot open on time on account of a deadlock over the election of Miss Emma Morgan teacher in English and the board has refused to elect 20 white lecturers and all the negro teachers John Mielke laborer at the plant of the Railway Steel co pony at Detroit Is dead after ha Ing been par boiled in a pit of hot water Mielkes shoes had become gre sy and as he was passing the pit le slipped and tell headlong Into the s aIding liquid The state supreme court handed down a decision in the case of the state of Minnesota versus Mabel C Evans upholding the decision of the St Louis county court at Duluth which hold that the state law govern ing mineral leases is constitutional This case involves the title to thts fa mous Virginia silver mine located on the Minnesota range and which is said to be worth several million dol lars Mrs Margaret Evans widow of John Evans formerly governor of CoP orado died at Denver at the age of 76 She had been a resident of Denver since 1862 when she came here from Chicago with her husband A statement made by George H Bowers United States commissioner of fisheries of the operations of his bureau for the past fiscal year says that the aggregate output of fry from the commissions hatcheries during the year was only a trifle less than 2000000 The actual figures were 1 931854609 an increase of nearly 200000000 over the output of 1905 Youneedit THE SUNl WILLISBURG The protracted meeting is progress ing nicely Rev Betty is assisting the pastor The people of this vicinity are get ting along nicely housing their tobacco Mr McClellan of Springfield wll lay the foundation of our bank thi Ion week Miss Mary Bell Gibjbs left this week for Harrodsburg where she will at tend college Miss Elizabeth Shirley has returned home after a two weeks stay with re latives in Indiana r Miss BessieDrury of Polin is visit ing Mrs Sam Yeager at this place Lester Gibbs is ill of malarial fever Mrs Mae Greenwood of Louisville is visiting relatives at this place proW W Hyatt has returned home from Louisville Mrs Lizzie McMillen and son Dono van have returned home from Indiana Miss Nora Cooksey spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Willie Ruby A good many from this place attended the Sunday School convention at Mackville last Thursday There were large crowds both day at the association at Rock Bridge las week Miss Eda Sims spent last week wit her sister Mrs LauraJenkins at this place Miss Nora Gopdiett is spending ttii Shirti LONG RUN There will be prayer meeting at Wesleys chapel every Saturday evening Uncle Daniel Crawford a good old time darky is very sick with a compli cation of diseases Willie Coyle is slowly improving af ter a relapse Dr Crosbys wife who has been very sick with typhoid fever is slowly recovering Born to the wile of Leslie Coyle on the 5tha boy Born to the wife of Claude Key o the 8th a boy On the first of this month the old Johnson Dorsey farm of 100 acres was sold to the highest bidder at 15 pe acre This is cheap for Boyle county land but it is in a rundown condition Mr Uriah Whitehouse was the purchaser One night last week Mr John Mor d gan Harmon wJleadmg a fouryear old mule to water when it tried to bite him and became unmanageable and finally got away from him and ranover fences and ditches without any regard for them he tried to get it in the stable but could dp nothing with it The animal after some time broke out and ran off and at last report he had heard nothing of it The mule which was a good one was evidently crazy or mad as it had been acting in an unusual manner for several days MOORESVILLE Another electrical and rain storm here last Sunday morning The big beech got on another high Mr Warren Pile of Simmstown visited Mr Nimrod Smiths family last have been eleven cases of typhoid in Maud the past month Mr Everitt Wakefield and Miss Hallie Hus ton are quite sick Other cases doing 11Theby Rev Coakley State Evan gelist conducted the meeting He is a good singer and organist and an ex cellent minister Large crowds at tended the meeting He commences a protracted meeting at some point in Union county next Sunday May suc cess attend him is the prayer of your Jas Hawkins and two daugh ters have returned to their home in Danvilleafter a months visit tofriends here Mr George Yocum is very low with the infirmities pf old age There is but little talk of the State primary or general election at this place The people dont seem to be interested in either election Several of our people attended the Nelson county fair Our school is progressing nicely un der the management of Miss Alma a large crowd assembled at the Mooresville pond last Tuesday to tptheI believe every man ought to pay his poll fax or not vote but ten days before the election would suit as well as sixty and as far as reading and writ ing goes that looks like taking a awayW Springfield last Tuesday on business Daisy Margarite and Rena Boblitt are spending this week with their grandparents Commissioners Sale H yeHadgieBy virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 190G in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1906 at 2 oclock or thereabout to the high est bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the towitlthe waters of Mayes Creek in Washington county Ky on the dirt road leading from Kellys Shop to Fen wick and bounded as follows On the North the lauds of George and John Clark and Dan Rogers on East by the land of Dan Rogers John C Set ties Martin Wright George Wright and Jame Janes on the South by the public di t road leading from Kellys enwick and on the West by therand df J W Walls formerly J W Thompson and contains 67 acres more or Situated in saidcounty and Statetnd adjoins tract No1I and bounded as follows Beginning at the forks of the branch thence up a large branch as lit meanders so as to include one half lot same 80J to a stone on the Noth side of said branch just below the Imoutoof the drain corner to Thomas lieachman thence 421 E 58 poles to a tone on the North side of a drain on Clarks line corner to same thence N 69J W 802 poles to a popla and suga tree on the North side of a branch corner to Clark thence dew intginning ontaining 26 acres 2 roods- i and 10 pol S For the urchase price the purchaser orpurchas ts with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearings legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgement A lien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms MG LEACHMAN M C WC C Illinois entrap R R 38OOLOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA September 15 to October 31 1906 Proportionate low rates from other points Extremely low round trip Rates to In Louisiana Arkan annTexas on the Y of each month Excursion rates daily to Hot SPrin Arkansas- r Through personally conducted Excur sion Sleeper Louisville to California Arizona and Texas Full particulars by addressing rF W HARLOW DPA Louisville Ky Gasoline Engines We 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