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I u +r t i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J 11 t 1tVOLUME L SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1906 42 1IIUIEI EXECUTION OF SUE MUNDY As Told Bythe Old Louisville Journal He Wrote A Letter to His Sweet heart A Short Time Before He Was Hanged t reutl The following clipping from the old Louisville Journal giving an account of the hanging of Sue Mun dy the famous guerrilla chieftain was given to The Sun by Mr J I Martin AN INTERVIEW WITH THE PRISONER Sue Mundy was ignorant of his fate until yesterday morning Rev Mr Talbott of St Pauls Episcopal Church was his spiritual adviser When he asked Sue if he knew what would be done with him he said he thought he would be executed as the courtmar tial refused to have him introduce wit nesses The minister then asked him if hell ad any idea when his execution Would take place He replied In a few weeks The minister then told him it would be earlier than that in a few days Rev Mr T then in formed him that his execution would take place in a few hours He was un der the impression that he would be shot but when he was told that he would be hung he manifested a little uneasiness by a sigh and uttering Oh After the first tidings of his fate he was very calm and collected When he fully realized his condition he knelt 4with his minister in prayer andre him to pray with him After instruction and confession of faith in the Church he requested to be baptized This ordinance was administered an hour before his execution after had declared that he 2againstHe then requested Mr Talbott to write letters to his sister aunt cousin and a of phisletter He declared that he was not guilty of onetenth of the outrages that he was charged with and that the Louis ville Journal had done him great injus tice He postively declared that he was not present at all when those ne- gro soldiers were killed near Simpson ville but was far from the scene and wounded at the time He also denied being present when a man named Rob erts was killed and said he did not know who did it A whitecap was then placed over his head and at the word three the prop was pulled from under the trap The fall was not more than three feet and did not break his neck like the other victim he choked to death We have seen a great many persons hung but never before did we witness such hard struggles arid convulsions It was feared for a time that he would breathe k lashings His sufferings howeyer were of short duration Thus ended the career of the notorious Sue Mundy He was left hanging some twenty minutes before he was cut down Immediately a crowd gathered around the body some trying to cut off a button others snatching at the cord to secure a piece as a memento A rumor was started that his jacket contained a lot of greenbacks carefully sewed in the lining Accordingly before he was placed in the coffin a general starch was instituted but nothing was found As an evidence that he did have a heart and a fellowifeeling in his bosom we append a letter to a young lady 0 this State written in the Military Prison a few moments before he was taken to the place of execution MY Drag =I have to inform you of trufriendternoon at 4 oclock I send you from my chains a message of love and as I stand oh the brink of t grave I tell you Io truly and fondl and forever love you I am yoursM AN EXCIT NG SCENE Before the priso er was cut down from the gallows the crowd began to disperse and Broa way soon was jammed with a living oating mass On ward flowed the tream and as the headof the disord red column arrived opposite the Military Prison a furious bull took a firm stand in the middle of the street and stubbornly disputed t passage of the crowd He lowered d f Sformidablesented was somewhat pointed Some of the advance skirmishers drew reyol vers and began firing at the enraged animal Most of the shots whistled harmlessly over him while a few struck him in various parts of the body goading Trim to further madness The crowd became denser around the furious bull and the firing became more rapid and wild The bull w uld make at an indi vidual when a volley of pistolshots would be directed at him the report would startle the ear the smoke curl above a pellmell rush ensue arid all be lost in a volume of dust To those in the distance the report of firearms the swaying of the crowd and the swelling shouts appeared and sounded like a riot and it was thought that bloodv fight was going on between a mob The excitement became intense and everybody rushed frantically forward Far down the road the commotion spread and the rush was truly fearful Footmen men women and children began to run men on horseback military and civilians spurred theljr steeds to their mettle and re gar less of life or limbrode furiously l rdiESTATE ORGANIZER Of the A Sof E Will Speak In rinifield County outA DaYr The State organizer of the American Society of Equity will speak at Springfield county court dar Monday Sept 24 300 p m at 25 300 p m Willisburgep m Polin 28 300 Pm Mooresville lOiOO a jm The speaking in Spririgfiel will take lace at the Court House at 2 p m The subject to be discussed will be How to Secure Profitable Prices For All Farm Products The speaker will explain in Detail the principles of controlling the market an1 pricemaking on thefarm and will show how the un certainties in prices for farm products is being removed by the American Society of Equity All whb are interested insecuring profitable prices for farm products are especially requested to atteaid this meeting In tHe opinion of The Sun the Amer ican Society of Equity is greater an better by far than all fonrier farmers organizations and we are anxious to see strong Locals organjzed in every community in Washington county II MOTHERISPLEA May Cause Temperance Forces To Win Rght Mt Sterling Kyj Sep 17Jesse P Nelson Jr aged th rtyfive died suddenly this morning Whisky was found in his pockets His mother Mrs J P Nelson issued a h1artrending appeal to voters to wipe ns on election day next Wednesday and- over hero n the fathers and sisters wifapps whisky men in a panic and tonight t saloons closed their doors t 6 ocloc- lest something happen to injure them before election day Ther is much ex citement here oyer the local option fight SavagesySpeaking of the tortu es to which some of the savage tribes i the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three months rcfm inflammation of the Kidneys says W M Sherniianof Cush ing Me Nothing helped me until I bottleslfwhicher Complaint Dyspepsia loads or ders and Malaria and testaeth weak andnervous to rpbust health uaran preisce APPROPRIATES The Sum of 100 to Pay Fine of Mr C A sThompson FINED FOR OPENING SALOON AUGUST 25th Ie t meetaing on last Friday made an appropria tion of 100 to pay the fine of Mr C A Thompson who it will be remembered was recently tried before Police Judge Noe and the above fine assessed upon a charge of having opened his saloon on the 25th day of last August the day of the local option election in Washington county Mr Thompson claims that he merely opened his saloon to procure his registration certificate The section of the election law violated by Mr Thomp son is very stringent and makes no provision for a saloon being opened on election day it matters not for what purpose and the court before whom Mr Thompson was tried could find n grounds for an acquital However the fine is sufficient to have authorized an appeal to the Circuit Court and if af firmed by the Circuit Court the case have been taken to the Court of ppeals This could have been done too at a very small cost The only question involved is a construction of the law the facts being practically agreed upon But Mr Thompson in ste31of having the matter settled in i anner appealed to the City Council v ith the above result Wl en JJie question was put to th Coun il and the vote was taken a ti resulted Mr W C McChord and Mr Cone d Hertlien voting against the ap prop atton and Mr W IQ Robertson and Mr Chas Logsdon Voting for Hon John W Lewis Mayor was calle upon to cast the deciding vote and he voted for the appropriation and thus th city treasurer was authorized to pa Mr Thompsons fine HOUNDED BY ltU THE OFFICERS Becauss He Violated Local 0p tion Law A Munfordville dMan Committed tide SuiI Munfordville Ky Sept F Haesley committed suicide at his home this morning by shooting himself through the heart Joe Stuart Deputy Sheriff of Hart county was given six teen bench warrants this morning to serve on Haesley for alleged illicit sale of liquor and Was at home when rash act was committed Stuarts story is as follows flI met Mr Haesiey in the yard and told him my business He seemed in good humor and told me to go out on the porch while he dressed to accom pany me back to town where he was to secure bond I hardly seated myself when I heard the report of a nshotgun wife screamed and we to ththe room Hasse ey lay upon the b sidehahed kitthoughtUhat h discharged the weep with histoe HaeseleY was a native of Switzerland but has been in Hart county for the past ten years He was formerly pro P testaethe Walton House here and is well known to traveling men Has was a Mason of high degree and about fifty years of age He k survived his wife and two sins children For several months it ha been char Haeseley was connected ffUh the illegal sale of liquor Inability to face the charges was probably the cause of the suicide The inquest will be this afternoon Three menu were blown to pieces the result of l the premature explosion of dynamite atl a railroad camp near Kenova Minn HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Whats Doing In School Circles News of the College The melancholy days are come The saddest of the year seesHisHe blames the fates and emulates Men older far than he What if he los Tis no excuse To lay him down to dee He tries again but all in vain To make a winning shot H frownThat getsAawayThus fillThestillInthe Miss Jennie Craycroft arrived Tuesday night to take charge of the music class at the school She will begs teaching this week and has promise o a good class The mandolin and guitar club seems tQbe very popular in the school and large number of the students are taking advantage of the excellent opportunity to learn tp play on these two instruments With average success Mi promisestwo months 0tThe new concrete basement is finis ed hnd in a few days will be ready use This is a very great improvement to alit school and both teachers and pu pies appreciate the additional pleasure and comfort they will derive from it John S McElroy our first graduate entered Central University this week He was admitted to the Sophomore visor without examination which we teeed university of the State The beautifying of our already beaut attedn h the aid of the little ones of the primary workYin c cumulated during the last semester They intend planting some fall flowers and to make some flowerbeds for tu ips and other bulbs It has also been decided to have Arbor Day this Ye aris and set out some trees Misses Eunice ONan and Frances Martin leave on the 25th for Bristol Tennessee where they will attend school during the coming year Bristol is on the state line between Tennessee and Virginia in the mountains and the young ladies are anticipating a successful and enjoyable year ChOOIIlast feverI rMessrs Morrie Durrett Lynne Bush Staheto st week The grading they received there shows well for the standing ofour school Jonn Claybrooke arrived from Louis ville Saturday night and entered school Monday The editor of this column was con LIedgradehasdent to wit having walled up his baock position We beg assure our readers if there be any that no making of eyes in any way is permitted in the school and we have the authority of the teacher referred to to deny it i Married In Springfield Mr Everett Keeling and Miss Myrtle springfileldSept nati where they will spend sever days Miss Sutherland is the or Suasth an young Mr Keeling is an inteligent oun business mart May they ever be happy is the wish of the writer CANDIDATE r GULLIONI Says Springfield Is One of the Best Towns He EverSaw Compliments the Town and Its Business MendC1 MISTAKEN FOR MR CRAYDAOF- In prosecuting mycanvass for votes in the race for State Superintendent of Public Instruction I have found a number of good towns but by far the townamong them is Springfield the county seat of Washington county It is no my purpose to write sketches of the taa few words abbutSpringfield The population of the little city is lismany a city of 5000 people It is the termi nus of what is known as the Bards own Branch of the L Nand i growinhg produceord several million pounds last yearThe city is not handicapped by larger places for there are none near Thos- actsf explain the cause of so much business Besides several large stores the town boasts of an ice factory of d size a harness factory cigar facto and other things that make business pndhwesquippedand wellmanaged graded school the building alone haviug cost 51800000 An 1800000 opera house a 6000000 hotel another hotel the cost 1200000 and other structures are among the most stn ing features of the place An e cellent waterworks system and a good electric light plant are the com fortgivers for these good people and they are justly proud of them Firsttationalcapitalized at 5000000 and is doing a fine business The cashier of the last naed bank is J A Boul ware formerly of Henry county and the bank has done phenominally well under his management Mr B is one of thJ best knpv nuseful and influential citizens of the city To him I am- indebted for much courtesy as well as for assistance in my race The larger of the hotels is Th Walton of which Woodson Moss the proprietor It has all modern con veniences and would do sredit to a city of 50000 The city has two excellent newspapers with large circulations also one of the finest photographers in the State in the person of E A Cox 1 stopped at1he Walton When in the act of registering four men came rushing atme exclaiming How are vOu George and giving evidence of pleasure at seeing me They were mistaken in the man and explained that George Craycroft a former cit- zen niow living in Chicago was t e person they thought they were greet mg During my stay the same mistake was made by a score of other persons It became embarassin Finally I queried in my distress whatI has George doneI Salaej s r iff here it is true but he never more than kindled up a few creeks gtoet George one better for I will thenJ have the match to set the river afir and will proceed to do soE A Gulls in Henry County Local t Judge Bakers Instructions 17Jtidgey H m tdye n tbringsheri gl mote than one gallon at a time any person into a local option district w were the most rgid and pointed charge delivered by a Judge to an Adair Bounty grand jury in many years Judge Baker made the law plain and to the point and according to his instruction there can br no mistake as to the intention of the law Judge Bakers construction in certain sections of the liquor law is as follows A distiller has the rightjo whoJeIIsale liquor of his own make in Adair county in quantities of five gallons or more It must be as good faith wholesale transaction and not a devise to avoid the operation of the local option l 1fItit is sold even in thisquantity for- ivision among txmtributors to be a common fund totthe knowledge of the Tfaith selling it it is neither a good nor a wholesale transaction If it is sold tore bootlegger to be trafficked out by him in a local option territory it is a violation of the law A new law on our statutes is entitled an Act to regulate the carrying mov ing delivery transferring or distribut ling of intoxicating liquors in local option districtsI There is some dis thetless be under the scrutiny of our Ap pellate Court as soonas a case can be carried there The purpose of the law is to remedy an evil and prevent the conveyance of quor and distribution of it in localities where the people have said they did not wish it to be brought and it was intended to apply to all persons The bringsit in for private use makes this very clear and any other construction wouldstultify the law makers We cannot believe they meant to limit common carriers and individuals who carry oreand permit others to have it in un limited quantities this would render the law obnoxious as class legislation I construe section 4 of the act as ap livingryp send liquor into it and te bq etofore ebeen protected by the rvoicaaim- enial laws I desire you gentlemen to look after the nonresident sellers who have dertour with liquor reachedkextendstoxin the liquor traffic and its will bring them here for trial when indicted i j VICTORIES Local Option carries In Three Counties Last eeet Hardin Triggahd Lincoln Go Dry l4k Elizabethtown Ky Sept 15Att- he local option election today Hardin county went dry by a majority of 651 votes Considerable interest had been shown in the election since the call woe issued and for severaldays bothsidestihad claimed the victory The local option forces waged a thorough speaking campaigytover the county whilethe wereU9lesscirculating literature and waging strong opposition The election applies only to Eliza beth town and Atchers precinct thebeing the only wet places in the county Cadiz Ky Sept 15 The local op victoryg haveethedreturns have won by a majority of sixtyfour The missing precinct will notieffect the result although bpfcKsides laiip it Tjie fight betweenr the I orinterestsand and local o tionists hasHieen close for several weeks andmUCh1tterestw s in the oc curred at anK of the pblli plsiECesiCadiz now has saloons and are several In other ihft county Crab Orchard K Sept 13Lin coin went dry yesterday a majority vetariwere The election caiiscd great testthe drys are jubilant today 1 I ri I 2 1 THE SPRINGFIELD sUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1906 I KENTUCKY I Cream of The News From Over The Statei v t Boiler Explodes and Kills v Two Men at Mt Sterling Murder at t Glasgow Murdered at His Fathers Bedside Gov Beckham And The Louisville Lid JaAtERS IN TROUBLE AT HOPKINSVILLF YJttfc Sterling KyA terrific explo J40n occurred at Mariba Menifee coun ty when the boiler of Riley Waters sawmIll blew up The building was lorn to pieces and Ross Byrd and John Hale were Instantly killed their odles being badly mutilated by fall lng timbers and pieces of iron Miss Dlece Wilson was fatally burned and James Hager and Mrs Waters wife of badlyburnedxripples for life even should they re cover The boiler wa blown hun dreds of feet away The loss on the mill will be about 2 This is the third explosion whidh has occurred fa Menifee county within the past year from dry boilers 1JUST FOR FUN franklin Wrote Letter Which Caused His BrotherInLaws Death Glasgow KyThe mystery surrounding the murder of Ed Hoggard who was killed on the night of Au Fist 8 while asleep at the home of his brotherinlaw J E Franklin at Greenburg Ky is thought to be about cleared away Just before he was illled Hoggard received threatening letters On the strength of these letters Franklin has been arrested charged with the crime The fact that slmiJftrityofthe party who wrote the threatening grandjrySrotherinlaw a letter just for fun GOEBEL CASES Are Again Kept From Trial Continu ances Being Granted courttwheaCharles Finley John L Powers and W H Culton Indicted for the Goebel assassination were called for trial Commonwealth Attorney Franklin asked that they be continued and an alias summon issued for each of them ThIs order has been entered In these M8es at every term of court since Sep tember 1900 The cases against F W Golden Green Golden Frank Ce dI ana Zack Steele were continued vfthout alias summons The where xDoiits of all the abovenamed men Accept rJohn L Powers and W H Cul known T AT THE BEDSIDE AS His Critically III Father Doctor shoots His Stepbrother Fulton KyAt the1 bedside of his Critically ill father J E Moore Dr Jeff Mdore is alleged tb have shot and distantly killed his stepbrother Van Williams Owing to his fathers aess Dr Moore had been summoned from his home in Nevada Mo Wil Hams came to the bedside from his Some in Emory Miss It is alleged that Dr Moore fired three shots Into WHllamss body Motjre is now under arrest The cause of the trouble is unknown HELD BY HIS HEELS Out of a ThirdStory Window Charges of Hazing in a High School Jlopkinsville Ky John LaWson i William Earle George Abbott Charles iMeacham and Joe Slaughter five pu ails of the public high school have teen suspended for the alleged hazing of freshmen The charge was pro erred by City Tax Collector H C Moore who alleged that his son had Heon held by his heels out of a thlrd story window When the teachers ar dyed at the Clay street school building they found thatred paint had been freely used on the gate and 01 toe 4tioat step appeared Ye who enter here Jeave all hope behind On the doors and windows were numerous signer spelled according to President Roosevelts revision method JUDGE LASSINGS PLACE Oil the Democratic Committees to Be Given to Halqeman I roisville Ky Follpwjng the res astfitaS centrat and executive commit t ei ife was aut given out that Col WyB Haldeman would be selected to fill the vacanjdy It is thought that Chairman Lewis Mc Quown wHt Issue a call for a meeting in a few rdays when Col Haldeman will be formally given the post It is not now believed that the name of Louis Descognets of Lexington who has made an active canvass for the position wl lbe presented to the committee aq Col Haldeman has more than enough Totes to carry him through MILITIA WILL SCREW DOWN Louisville Lid If the Police Cant Do it Says Gov Beckham Louisville KyGov Bectham told Mayor Paul C Barth that he wanted injIOUisvmeclosed and the city attorney talked the mat ter over for about an hour The gov ernor declared the law waslbeing vio lated by allowing saloons tOI keep open for the sale of soft drinks and that it was the duty of the state and city to see that they were closejd Mayor Barth said that he did not know it was necessary to take any additional steps relative to Sunday closlngThe saloon men Say they will stand on their rights and will keep itpen next 4inksdespite KENTUCKY METHODISTS Of Central and Eastern District Are Meeting at Winchester Winchester Ky Method jsts of Central and Eastern Kentucky are meet Ing here in annual conference The preliminary meeting was presided over by Rev B F Chatham of ICovington but the real opening of theiconference was directed by Right Rev Bishop Eugene R Hendrix of Kansas City Mo Rev J M Woods preached at the First Methodist church the scene of the meeting The citizens gave a reception to the visitors and he college students in the new Kentucky Wesleyan college building Dr WI F Taylor chairman of the board pfj education was called home by the eath of his wife Winchester people ave asked that Dr J L Weber the retiring president of the Kentucky W sleyan college be assigned here succeeding Rev J R Savage transferred WAS A VERY SICk BOY t But Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera dyIWhen my boy was two jyears old he had a very severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy ysMaggieremedy can be depended upon in the most severe cases Even chplera infant urn is cured by it w plain printed directions and a cure is certain For sale by every reliable Sealer in the Blue Grass SPARROW r Farmers are very busy housing to bacco in this communityiThe school at this gtace is progress ing nicely under the management of Miss Myrtle Langsford R N Vowels sold to Jl C Stewart one 600 pound heifer at 3 cents J D Sutherland and spent Saturday night and Wire the lat placeiRev conducting a series of meetings at Fair Mour t cemetery Rev Omsteadr is a very entertaining talker and the attendance is large Mrs Allie Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa Barnett spent last Thutsday and Friday with Dr W T Barnett and wife at Mackville Miss Jappa Barnett was called to Louisvitle Saturday by the sudden ill ness of her sister Died on September 8 Charles Mc Kiney in the 76 year of his age The deceased had been confined to his bed for some time with the infirmities due to old age The funeral services were held at the Fair Mount cemetery con ducted by Rev H L Omstead Alter services the body was laid to rest by the side of his vife who preceded him to the grave several years ago The deceased is survived by two sons and four daughters to mourn their lo- ssChamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need oFa reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at some time during the year r This remedy is recommended by dealers who have ibid it for any years and know iti value It has received thousands of peopleItsicians with the most tisfactory result It has often saved ife before medicine could have been sent for or a physician summoned It only costs a q ahei Can you nfordtoriskso much for so li U BUY IT NOW Marion County Falcon Mr James Phillips has sold to Mr Sam Thomas sixteen head of cotton mules for 155 a head He also sold to Wheatley Mattingly a four yearold livery mare for 150 Mr Ora Downs and Miss Mary Ludy Nally a young couple of the northern part of this county were married at Fredericksburg Tuesday Mr Geo W Whitlock of Boyle county and Miss Sarah B Orberson of this county were married at Riley Friday The bride is the 15yearold daughter of Mr Sol Orberson and the license were issued upon request of the father Mr A H McChordhas commenced tearing down the old front to his busi ness house occupied by himself and partner Mr Charles McChord with shoes and gents furnishings and will erect a handsome new modern frpnt that will be in keeping with the pbs ent iexceilent interior Mr John E Gray of Bradfordsville and Mrs Belle Purdom of Casey coup ty Ajvere married in this city Tuesday This is the second marriage of each and they have many friends to wish them much happiness in their declin ing years Chamberlains Pain Balm This is aliniment remarkable for its great power over pain It quickly allays the excruciating pains of rheumatism and makes sleep and rest possible For sale by every reliable denIer in the Blue Grass Tobacco caused the Trouble Harrodsburg Herald George and John Williams engaged in a pistol duel at Dixville last Friday and though each took several shots at the other none of the bullets hit the mark It is said that John got behind Armpt Pat terson and used him as a bulwark It is also said that George stood the fire of his emeny like a Spanish war vete ran and though he returned shot for shot with John using a 44 Colts he purposely did not aim straight fQr fear of killing Patterson who during the bombardmbnt was vociferously calling on him to desist Statistics show that 95 per cent of such scraps are due to whisky but this trouble it seems can be laid at the door of tobacco From the best information obtainable it ap pears that George Williams was a tobacco tenant on the farm of Wmfield Williams father of John It is claimed George had drawn more than his share of the crop would come to and wanted to throw the It is th it t1Mrsthe place and threatened to burn tile house in which he lived Sure enough the tenant house caught fire and burn ed Then George swore out a warrant against Mrs Winfield Williams asking that she be put under a bond to keep the peacethat she had threatened to do injury to him and his wife The matter came up Wednesday of last week before Squire Cardwell Upon investigation County Attorney Allen dismissed the case because of lack of proof for jiou1d have been hard to make anyone believe that Mrs Will iams would burn the property of her husband especially so when there was no insurance on it Then George and John Williams met Friday and renewed the trouble as stated above The Will iams are not relate- dChamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successful medicines are those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take it when you have a cold and allay the cough relieve the luns aid expectoration open the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Thousands have testified to its superior excellence Itcoun teracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size 50 cents For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Gr- assPublic Sale 1IAs I will leave in a few weeks for Indiana where I will reside I desire to offer the following stock etc at pubt lie sale on- SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1906 at Willisburg Ky at 10 oclock a m 1 good work horse 1 black three yearold gelding 1 sorrel threeyearold gelding 1 bay threeyearold gelding 1 yearling horse colt 1 yearling mare colt 2 twoyearold horse mules I two yearold mare mule 3 milk cows and calves 5 yearling steers 2 yearling h ifers 2 good work mares mules 2 weanling calves 25 head of sheep 5 60pound shoats 1 surrey and harness good as new 2 new buggies 4 sets new harness 1 set wa on harness other harness and farming tools 20 bushels of potatoes also my household and ki n TERMSAll sums of 5 and under cash over that amount a credit of twelve months with Interest from date Note negotiable and payable at either bank of Springfield iL rW JENKINS SM Campbellr Auctioneer Dr WF Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dlvidendpaylnR company In the world Your urance Drs RoBards Hyatt Office oyer McElroy Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HO Si 7 to 9 a 4 to Sp mI Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD 1KENTUCKY OFFICE J HAYDOSS Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 Dr WVi Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Night 109 iT SCOn AYESc ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky TVlll practice in the courts of Washington and counties in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts 4 C AlcCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In all State and Federal Courts VV D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in tne courts of Washington and ad10ining counties and In the courts ofAp peals W E SELECMAN Will in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and In court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN y LAWYER Springfield Ky BuildingWill Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals IS M CAMPBELL UCTfONEERV Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store VTlll draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts All kinds of pension businessa specialty Have been in the busincs for thirtyfive yours THOS J Graves CXXXXXXXX3OOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOO B MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE 1 8 Phonts Day 89 Night 106 CXXXXXKXXXXX5OOOOOOOOGOOOOO JOHN Y MAWES Funeral Directot Licensed EmbalmeVrv SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 SIIWANTED To know if there is anybody who does not iknow 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 a Roofing of all Kinds Brick and Lime Fly Scrims and Seaming Windows Doors and Fr ms Rough and Finished Lumber I Anything in the building line in is our stock U S Springfield Lumber Co II t and N Railroad Time Table IIncoming Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstbwn Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leayes Bardstown Junctn at Louisville Ir1IIE SIJNTAND paiBryans Commoner175We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThnceaWeek NewYork World 175 Home and Farm125Ame-rican Agriculturist 175 American 150 American Farmer150Bree- ders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of R viewsi 325 r it 285 Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly1 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 J LuBBINGRAU5 IlTIl LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday6 40 Same including Sunday8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal days in the week3 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 one year 3 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 00 QnnQn oooonQoo 0THE FIRST S I NatiqnalBank i 0 oF SPRINGFILD KENTUCKY a CAPITAL 50000 J Surplufand Undivided Pr fits5OOO aIOFFICERS 0 0 B L LitsoV President John W Lewis VicoProaident 0 a AC McElrpy Cashier S L B 1 hier 0 R E Foster Bookkeeper- S DIRECTpRS S B L Litso W Lewis etD Claybrooke Scott Mayes 0 S R H Edoien HM Grundy 4no O Polin 0 We grant every favor consistent 0 a withsafe banking If you have jt already Jan account with this a b nk we IIQQ QQQQ QQQ ta j Suny only No 91 825 p m 735u 1650u Daily No 42 1525 s m 612CI 655II745 Daily No 43 l240p m a m 906 730 II Suny only No 90 715 a m 800II 845II1935II Dail NQ 41 705n606It 522l 430 IJ i- HDaiIy No44100n 250 410 p m 5A5pS on nQnlnn OjlTl1f I Chaplin Water I I Power Roller Mills MAKES THE S IIlEST FLOUR nITHE BEST MEAL n nIIn Springfield andrmany 5 other sections of Washington 2 S IsoldBuyo D B SUTHERLAND n CHAPLIN KY o 5 onoQooooQ QoQ 0000000000000000000Yo SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is 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 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists d DR J W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky 00000000000000000000000000 The Daily Herald AND i The Sunir ONEyEAR1 42001 a iTUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1906t JJ ift iff i i tfrift eft tft t ii ift ift ifttft ift ift tft iff ift ift ift ii i IFJIIIK 1 A1 I + Z CASHw+ t i1f + In the Future I will Do a Cash Business Allowing Liberal Discounts j t I + Every Man i Has His Price it and ours is the Ipwesfc that good clean inXone we W poor coal If are looking for a ton + of 2000 poundsdf all coal with no dirt 4 or slate to pay for our goods are entitled W to your order If you are willing to + take a good shar of dust or stone with Lt your coal we must admit that we dont W carry that kind in stock + 1 1 i rt r rt 1 43 wLtW + J + 1Jl + Picture of Mr Bryans Magnif cent Farm 1j Home Life of Ne braskan As Seen By a per Man t fBryan Is Not Afraid of Work and lia Knows How It Is Done ALL TILE HANDS LOVE W Jr H GROGH IN LOUISVILLE HERALD Fairview the farm home of William J Bryan lies three miles southeast of Lincoln Yoti leave the street car at is known as Bryan Station and then you see a house set on a hill with a landscape of corn fields alfalfa and a grove around about it It is the farm home of William Jennings Bryan The house is built of chipped bricks with brownstone trimmings and slater of which slants in long graceful lines lofty gable to low eaves A broad porch with brownstone copin extends partly around the south and west sides in a graceful curve Steps lead down to the driveway on one side and to the lawn on the other A chipped brick barn stands back of the house and back of this a hundred d yards down the gentle slope can be seen two frame barns and a frame house the latter the residence of the manager William B Millson Bryans nephe The orchard stands on the north sidelof the house with the garden and hothouse between The path through the alfalfa field leads to the cinder driveway near the Wanted IValiKinds of- F Feed Stuff I AM CONSTANTLY IN MARKET FOR OATS HAY CORN AND ALL FEEP STUFF WILL PAY HIGH EST PRICES I HIGHEST PRICES HIEDS FURS r l 4f PAY CAS1IINI t s M H JONES r 4tFAMER BRYAN what from r t house A swing chairs flower beds and shade trees give the lawn an appearance of homeliness and comfort Fairview is indeed Standing on the lawn one several miles across corn wellfdmed chards of prosperous urban places to the the city lies and to beyond fields of corn broken by the sinuous line of trees which mark Salt creek stands the largexiollege of the Adventists From the front of the house I walked around the driveway to the rear A white bulldog lay on the stone dgeI beadrestingas he looked unblinki ugly down This was Mrs Bryans 3pg 1 General He was purchased a umber or years ago l man who kept a fromHFattYt as a local celebrity other dog a ed Haird I saw an old man with a fIOPthewas a lord r Sure an if they was all like Mr Bryan thered be no complaint to make A nicer more agreeable man I newe worked for- Millson the manager Was buildinj fence around a fiftyacre pasture which Mr Bryan recently purchased A swarthy young man with a firm jav a pleasant smile and a hearty laugh i William Millson The new fence was one to attract attention on any farm Theposts were all of ironcored cement and they wrreI set at frequent intervals Upon j was fastened the wellstretched wo e wire In the language of the adver tisement it to be liter lly highgYes thats a pretty good fence said Millson after the introduction t Uncle Will bought a car load of he posts last fall It was an awful job t put it up but now its fenced forgo d WeJ dont go in for and lialfw work Millson refers to Bryan as Unqle Will and W J Others about t ie andwJ But they all love him Does he work exclaimed Millson with the accent on the verb You just ought to see him Hes a work from fuoJ some Ways Wish hed been there to dig some of these post holes for us said Loringer the hired man pith a grin It wouldnt be the first time said Millson I wont soon forgit the time he roll ed off them two loads of alfalfa after supper that night continued the hired man Millson laughed Well he certainly made us hustle some then Yes he came out after sup per We had brought in two loads of alfalfa and they were standing in the barnyard It looked like rain W J qurned us out and we got in the loft Vrhile he rolled it oft He never said a tord but the way them forkfuls came 1in through the door was a caution He got it unloaded Just as it started to rain Thin he jum ed down and un hooked the horses nd hurried them into the stable Hed rather get through himself tha i have that stand in the rain No he doesnt overalls old suit of clothes WF does all kinds of farm work hay drives the mower and so on Bryan takes parti ular interest in cattle His herd is 01 e of extra fine breedand each animal was selected by Mr Bryan himself T sere are fourteen shorthorn and eig ht Jerseys all Two shorthorns f extraordinary ofrFairview and Venus The latter CaShallenberger Dem ratic nominee for Governor of Neb aska this year Among the thoroug bred poll Jerseys twoyearsold daughter are Mr Bryans favorites They are remarkably handsome cattle and so tame that Mr Bryan can feed them from his hand The cattle barn isbuilt in accordance Int has a concrete floor and patent iron partitions and chains at the rear so that neither halters or stanchions are needed Back of the barn is a roomy shed with feeding racks affording a sheltered place for Winter oMrl Bryans favorite breed of hogs is the PolandChina of which he has 0Ysows now and not one has been lost from either litterBut the horses are the real pride of Fairview There are six of them This number includes the magnificent work team They are a black and a bay Although large animals they are s that they are often use- by Mr Bryana carriage horses in driving about the country Governor the riding horse presented to Mr Bryan by Gov Stone in 1897 isnow getting old and spends much of his time in the pasture with the Jersey cattle One of the latter Mr Bryan calls Governors Chum because prefertence for the company jYou Will keeps tab on whats going on here said Millson as he showed me obout the place He knows just how the crops stand in what condition the fences are and how the stock is getting along Hes no great expert on judging stock but he knows a good animal when he sees it and hes never been stuck yet in buy ing You couldnt fool him on a horse trade either There was a mud hole about the watering tank where the water had overflowed and been tramped by cattle This is all going to be fixed up explained Millson Uncle Will wrote me when he was in Manila to Concrete the whole barnyard but Ive been too busy You just wait till W Jgets home and hell get around to it Ill bet grinned the hired man The visitor to the Bryan farm is impressed with one thing above all others That is stability It is written allover the place Mr Bryan builds nothing temporarily The fence of the fiftyacre pasture is an example The stables too are floored in concrete The farm ma chinery is all of the best and the build ings are practically fireproof and wear proofEverything is convenient There is running water on all parts of the farm One windmill furnishes it under the force pressure system and there are hydrants on the lawn in the garden in the barns in the pastures and faucets with hot and cold water all over the house A hot house and ice house add much to the pleasure of life at Fairview Mrs Bryan is as prodigious a worker as her husband She is endowed with splendid health and remarkable strength and endurance When at home she is a familiar figure in her sunbonnet theflowafthe making of butter and the general economics of the home A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con stipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stom ach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly re ulate discopid fSSS rit Ahead on Goal I when the coal i4 Ir iiWe do not prices on everY rumor of a miners strike or a block ion the railroads Not until the actual cost to us adYvanes dow charge more and then Jtthe increase is a fair one j l PAY AND 1 i Pen Great Newspa THE THE FOR 1 kR dogofstone nat teamI thoroughbreds proportioned Purchasdhere dREW RICH Off of OneTenth of An Acre of Ginseng Did this Boyle County Man Boyle County Herald Mr Timothy Routen is a modest ci izen who has grown wealthy in five years without capital and without toil He lives on Main sir et in Junction City and owns a garden pot more than one hundred feet square Five years ago he invested 10 in ginseng seed and planted them in his garden and today he has fully 10000 worth of plants and seeds as the direct result Ginseng is a native of the woods and will not grow in the sunshine It must have shade and at the same time requires air so Mr Routen thought that the herb would grow most in a grape harbor and his judgment proved correct He has several rows of grapevines in his garden which spreadoyer a high framework The vines are kept ell trimmed along the sides of the framles but are allowed to form a solid shade on top The result is an ideal place for growing ginseng No work is required in cultivating the plant as nothing else will grow in such dense shade Weeds do not bother it because they will not grow without a little sunshine The only thing necessary is to first See that the ground is thoroughly fertile and that it is properly shaded Mr Routen makes good money selling grapes and atthe same time has groan moderately wealthy in five years offja tendollar investment in raising ginseng He states that he has not done as much as a weeks work on his entire crop during the five yeas except in grooming the grapevines which would have had to be done anyway Some days ugo he sold 1600 yearling plants to a St Louis firm for 300 buts his plants which have fqur and five years growth are worth fifty cents and at a very reasonable average the 100000 plants in his garden are worth ten cents orlOOOOas a whole He sells the seeds at 55 per pound and has a market for ten times as many as he can supply and on thejother hand hecannot begin to supply the demand for plants The seeds are selling this for a little less than one cent each but the F price frequently goes above the one cent mark Mr Rquten has not as much as onetenth of an acre in cultivation which indicates that the gin V song business is very profitable for the small landowner and gardener The stalks are now about a foot and a half high and the seeds grow in red pods like small pepers Mr Routen says the demand for ginseng in China is truly marvelous and that theChinamen make gin of it A Scientific Wonder The cures that stand to its credit scieIJLtific r lecturer for the Patrons of Husband ry j Waynesboro Pa of a distressingoase of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at C Jj Haydons drug store U Former Gov Aaron Thomas Bliss ofMichigan died in Milwaukee of aP1 plexy Robbing Yourself That is just what you are doing when you fail to get regular and sufficient sleep Your body requires this unconscious period for repair vork with out it your nerve energy becomes exhausted and you are tired wornout nervous excitable have headache neu appcb tite or ca by a lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep IfIyou are restless take Dr Miles Nervine it soothes and strenrand brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today I had a severe spell of fever which left me In a very weak condition and very nervous I had headache and neural Ia anddould sleep but very little Every effort thatwas made to recover my strength was of no avail until I i taking Dr Miles Restorative IJervlne Alter I commenced to take the Nervine my sleep was profound and restful and the pains in my head as well as the neuralgia pains left me to a certain extent gradUI111ybeUerMRS 821 Servian Ave Beivldere lila Dr Mlle Nervine It a ldllY yur druggist who will guarantee that the 4 twillI t J r l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1906 SPRINGFIELD SUN I ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance- J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher tered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission the rails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 100HxMoHthsSpree Months 25 In writing to have your address changed slws give the r08toffice to whIch your paper e g se well as the postoffice to whIch you it gent DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN NELSON COUNTY FOR APPELLATE JUDGE HON J PHO SON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROBERT NOE MR BRYAN IN LOUISVILLE Last Wednesday jn his Louisville ad dress Mr Bryan said In my speech at the New York recep ton I made some remarks concerning Government ownership of railways The New York speech was prepared in advance I stated exactly what I wanted to state and I have nothing to withdraw or modify If you ask me whether the question of Government ownership will be an issue in the campaigniof 1908 I answer I do not know If you ask me whether it ought toe in the platform I reply I cannot tell until I know what the Democratic voters think upon this sub ct ject Xf the Democrats believe the next platform should contain flank in fvor of Government ownership then that plank ought to be in r eluded If the Democrats think i ought not to contain such a plank then the plank ought not to be included a I have spoken for myself and for myself only and I did not kno how the suggestion would be received I am now prepared to confess to you that it has been received more favorably than I expected There is this that I do expect nam ly that those Democrats who oppose Government ownership will accompany Y theirdeclaration against it with the assertion that they will favor Govern went ownership whenever they are convinced that the country must choose between Government ownership of the roads and railroad ownership of th GovernmentI strict regulation and shall rejoice if experience proves that that regulation can be made effective I will go farther than that and say that I believe we can have more efficient regulation under a Democratic Ad 4 ministration with a Democratic Senate and House than we are likely to have undera Republican Administration with a Republican Senate and House and yetI would not be honest With yo if I did not frankly admit that Observe tion has convinced me that no efficient regulation is Possible and that Government ownership can be undertaken n on the plan outlined with less danger to the country than is involved in pri vate ownership as we have had it or as we are likely to have it I have been brought to regard public owner ship as the ultimate remedy by railroad history which is as familiar td you as to me Mr Bryan made a great speech to night declared Senator Carmack of Tennessee I think that his ex ph na tion ot his advocacy of governmental lot nership of the railroads of the country was handled in a satisfactory manner and that it has put his position on this subject in a very different light It will greatly strengthen his position on this question in the Southern States William J Bryan will continue his Southern tour this week and will de liver an address at Atlanta on iThurs da II t t EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEirrWALTONETTS t Kentucky State Journal 1 Way back in the commo law we find a common scold to beqA woman who scolds indiscriminately in public The term is now very nearly obsolete but there is still an occasional indict ment and prosecution under this section Attorney General Hays should thank hIs stars that he is not a woman and all the good women in Kentucky will join him in returning thanks Mr Bryans explanation of his Gov ernment ownership of railroads theory is satisfactory He is not going to try to force it down Democratic throats whether or noHis individual opinion is that they should be owned by the government but only as an ultimate remedy Now lets talk about some thing else The Dowager Empress of Chi a has chopped off the heads of a couple of defaulting Chinese bank officials Thats business If such punishment prevailed in this country they would be no more such lootings as occurred m Chicago and PhiladelphiaI What we need is a or some such power to put a full stop on the Stenslands arid t ersI Secretary Shaw made a S iP a Ashville N C that he wont again He mentioned the name of Bryan in his speech and the applause that followed like to have broken up the meetingin The editor of the Springfield Sun is not J Rogers Grove as the compositor insisted but J Roger Gore and we rise to remark that his is one if the brightest and best printed papers tha grace ourdesk- God bless him and give him wis dom said Marse Henry pointing at the Hon William Jenning Bryan All ofwhich the good Lord hath already abundantly done Death of Mrs Hood Mrs Kate Hood died at her home at Cynthiana last Thursday night asa layingasome time Th deceased was born and reared in Spring Andretw g ham Duncan Co Mrs Hood vas member of thePresbyterian churchan was an earnest Christian woman She deatwh r acter Funeral services at Lexington Friday mornin BIgesid Mr Cunningham of this place tjie deceased leaves a sister Mrs Will Davis onees s extends sym Death athytMr Clem in Marion county died last Friday rio rn ing aged 92 He was the father of Mr Hamieton Josie Newton ana bir- Etta Hamilton of this county The deceased was a devout member of t marpossessedme w occurred at St Charles cemeter la Saturday morning Death of Miss Keene Miss Agnes Keene daughter of Mr and Mrs Milton Keene of the St Rose neighborhood died at the home 6 her huu ied in the St Rose cemetery Monday The deceased was about tivent tw 0 htalthforcellent Christiana d died the thought ofa hjome sorrowing father and comfortOOibV sympathy brothers and sisters The OFFICERS APPOINTED Tt Serve In the General Election November 6 At a meeting of the Washington countyielection board yesterday after noon the following election officers Were appointed FTEDERICKTOWN NO 1 R L Clements dem judge C R Filleatreau rep judge P S Barber dem clerk Miles Kelty rep shff MOORESVILLE No2 W S Y Goodlett dem judge J W Hayes rep judge Bruner Carney rep clerk J N Hayes dem shff W1LLISBURG No3 Walter Hale dem judge Merritt Hungate rep judge J J Sharp dem clerk T E Wilson rep shff NORTH No4 T D Graham demM judge W J Trent rep judge Oscar Colvin rep clerk John A Durr dem sheriff fHENDREN 5 D W Burns dem judge John A Coulter rep judge W L Graham deni clerk W H Lay rep shff 6IW W Riley rep judge Jeff Matherly rep clerk W W Hatchett dem sheriff POTTSVILLE NO7 W Cocanougher dem judge tSleet Coyle repM judge J3 F Bosley dem clerk Geo Sparrow rep clerk SPRINGFIELD No8 F W Sims dem judge W F Grigsbv rep judge G C Wharton rep clerk F R Neal dem sheriff SPR GFIELD No9- J P Edele dem judge W J Smith repjudge W L McClellan dem clerk J F Bishop rep sheriff 10tdem judge E S Mays Sr rep judge C M McChord rep clerk J Y Mayes dem sheriff KELLEY SHOP NO 11 J P Willett dem judge Thomas Duncan rep judgeB B Leachman dem clerk JW Wall rep sheriff BRUSH GROVE NO 12 Robert Thompson dem judge J S Hayes rep judge E P Dedman rep clerk S L Cheathan dem sheriff PONYVILLE giveeus a space for a few news items in his valuable paper we will try to search up the local happenings of this vicinity each week for a letter and as most all YdJas Oder of Covington arrived last week for a visit to relatives here and at Brooksville Mrs Oder and two children have been visiting here for several weeks J D Sutherland and wife of Syca more Valley passed through here Sat urday enroute to Wardsville to visit the latters parents Hon W G Cam mack and wife and also to attend the Omstead meeting which is in progress at old Fair Mo nt Mrs J S In man and two daughters ndayIThere will le prayer meeting at our Thursdaysas arehehoThe farmers will wind up cutting tor largestone eatY by worms Hands have been anus ally scarce Some have paid as high as 3 a day and could not secure the i at that price = Much trouble has been ex peneneed with tobacco burning in the Itoremove runIMiss Flosle ThomasAi are visiting their Sweeney at Taj lorsvilleaThos Sutherland will attend the State Convention of the Christian church at Louisville next week asa delegate from the Christian church at THE YALEOF TEA GET YOUR TEA AT lROf SHADERS tHE GROCERY MEN Tea is properly made in the folk wing manner Allow a sufficient quantity leavesinpour vesselBparted to the liquid the tannin remaining in the leaves By boiling the tea or allowing it to draw more than ten minutes the tannin is released rendering the resulting liquor unfit for use We Carry the yery highest grades of Green Black and mixed tea Gaurantee satisfaction PRICE 100 PER POUND JMcELROY SHADER The Grocery Men J T n 11 1114 I IOr Store Will Soon be Crowded With New Fall and IWinter Goods reIanotherI z 1iny We are some very low in every merit of our store and you are invited to come in and get prices f i T H E this placeILarge crowds from here have been attending the series of meetings at Willisburg conducted by Revs Young and Petty Everyone is well pleased with Rev Pettys strong cleancut sermons which are proving a great blessing to the church Tatham Litsey have bought a car load of fat cattle at 22 to 3 cents They willship a carload of hogs from this vicinity in about ten days There is quite a demand for live stock of all kinds and some tall prices are being paidMrs Chas Hines and her charming daughter Miss Mary Agnes attended the basket meeting 4l old Fair Mount in Nelson county Saturday They report a fine meting and good prospects to build a church house at that place We have fought the battle for lical option and won We are all proud of the victory It is now countys time to send a Stat i Senate and with our Rep esentaI tive we will have two votes in the and we want the e votes williapplythe Democratic party nominate such major hity the wholesale whisky men will center their fight in the Senate and for this reason the local option people want a Senator from this district who will be able to fight our battle That man in our opinion is Editor Gore He did a grand work in this county but he can do a greater work in the Senate in the way of helping us to get a better local option law The temperance people all over the Stifte are anxious to see him in the Senate and there is no doubt but what this county would give him a majority of 800 or 1000 Kellys Shop precinct is for him first last and all the time Lets naVe an expression from the other correspondents A brighter day is now before the county than ever before The above is appreciated by the editor of The Sun But just at this time we are very much inclined to say Nay Nay However there is plenty of time for a fellow to think over the matterplenty of time for the people to think over the matter Attera little whileafter a littl- ethinkingI may conclude that the ous departure would be too danger and refuse to be persuaded Likewise also the people may conclude WOOLEN DRESS GOODS IiI ALOT OF- BARGAINS making prices depart examine goods I RobertsonClaybrooke CQ VashingtonII t iat there are other who will fill the bill better than Ij after mature thought upon the subject the peoplei the dear good people might rise up in their might and say Gore Gogo away back and sit down Lets all wait a little while and think ButI let me say that should I become a can dWate should Jibe elected to the Ken tucky Senate I would exert every effort and use ever honorable means to make a county unit law which would apply to all counties without restric tionEd- Kept the Secret IBoyle County Herald Nine months C R Martin and Mrs Ella Caylor were marriage in Illinois fOl1lowedthe last Wednesday flast November and he returned home immediately Shortly thereafter Mrs Caylor returned and resumed her work as modiste at her residence on Fifth street Both agreed to tell noono for nine months 13 good work mules tgood suckling ho rse mule colt 2 in foal 5 steers ii good calyes J 6 I and the date expired yesterday and the secret was given out to their friends and relatives and a reporter for this paper So well was the secret kept that the most intimate members of the were surprised in a high when the facts were related Mr Martin is the popular meat merchant and is welib and favorably known by a ide drcle of friends and customer in Danville arfprised Mrs Martin has been visHink in Somerset for everal days andlMr theyreturnedkeeping at once in the handsome home which Mr Martin has prepared for his bride on Main Street They are receiving the congratulations of their factthatThe Mexican day Of independence was celebrated quietly yesterday with nq disorder in any part of the country Daily Herald HAND 2OQ PUBLIC SALE Thursday September M- At the farm of Mrs Lizzie Mclaughlin near town On the above date we will offer for sale the following brood mares twoyearold cows families degree East SUNI 50 or 60 hogs New IDeering bindert i two horse wagon i All other farming implements About 75 bushels of wheatt250 barrels of corn Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at oclock MCLAUjUUNFffZ6ERALD t a i i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1906I 5 Dr JM Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office In Hagon Block up stairs f Local News Notes Attend the Picnic at Frederick town September 29 Live bargains make slow lines move atfJ Thomas When you want a picture framed remember I make frames to order G B TAYLOR r iss Minnie McClelland will be with Mrs Williams again this season and invites her friends to call to see her Salt Rising and Cream Bread received dailyHAGAN BROS Customers seeking wellmade pants at 1 should lose no itime in looking at myiline EP J Thomas Foil RENT Two rooms in the old brick opposite the Jno Barber resi dence on Main street DR J M BURTON An epidemic of typhoid fever is rer ported in Harrodsljurg and Mere county there being about two hundred cases in the town and county The dis ease is said to be thjs result of impure water at Harrodsburg Call at your earliest con ience and inspect my stock Complete lines of pants underware Hamilton Brown shoes and all kindsjof notions New and cheap P J Thomas LAND FOR SALEbn Saturday Sept 22 at 2 p m I will sell the Kid Boone property one mile fr rn town on pike consisting of about twelve acres Land is well improved Good dwelling large barn plenty of water two wells and a pond nice orchard and all necessary outbuildings Wellfenced Desirable home Terms on day of sale SYLVESTER SMITH I i MondaySeptember colts and some horse colts Colts to be received the day they are bought D F LOGAN NOTIcEMrH B McElroy having disposed of his interest in the firm of McElroy Bros all persons indebted to the firm are requested to settle their accounts at once Call upon W D Mc Elroy at McElroy Shaders grocery MCELROY BROS A CREAMERYMr E W Henry representing the JJastings Industrial Co of Chicago is lee to establish a creamerY Considerable stock has been subscribed and the chances are the company will be organized FARM FOR SALE Fortvnine acres three miles from Springfield on pike good house stable plenty locust posts all m grass Nice home for anyone who wants a small place Price 30 Pracre Call upon or write to B D LAKE- Springfield Ky TOBACCO BURNED done Hardin of the Hardisty section lost about 50 worth of tobacco last fire A fire had been kindled inthe barn for the purpose of drying the crop whEn in some manner the roof aught and be fore the flames could bp extinguished the above loss resulted Attend the Picnic at Fre erick town September 29 havjmgknqwing themselves indebted tous are requested to make settlement at once The books of the firm cat be found at Robertson Claybrooke office Respectfully ROBERTSbN BRoTmms CHANGE OF FIRM Messrs Boblitt Brown liverymen purchased the inter liveryfirmpossessionTheBishop and will occupy tHe stable near the depot The stable use4by Boblitt drown on Main street will be used as a feed and sale stable An advertisement dfa lot of horses buggies etc ap pears in this issue t PAINFULLY HURT Ernest Spaldmg son of Mr Frank p ldngof near town was quite seriously hurt in a runaway Sunday night His horse be came unmanagable throwing him from the vehicle One of his le s was quite severely lascerated and the wound is of a very painful nature However fandwill soon cure him The W C M Society m etin regu Sept10tht were Drs J N Shehan J H Lamp ton W E Crume J B RoBards S F Hamilton W W Ray and J H Hopper Papers were read by Drs Crume Ray and Shehan The next meeting will be heldin the court house Oct 8th at which time the society ex Pacts to havea number of visiting physicians ABOUT WELLThe many friends o Mr Luther Burns are glad to see hi m upon the streets of Springfield again Mr Burns has been confined to his home near town for several weeks o an attack of typhoid feveiiand fo over one month his condition was that his friehds were afraid that he could not recover There are few mor popular men in Washington connty than Luther Burns and his hundreds of friends are happy that he has beer spared to them weak he isbp RainingIstrength and in a showtime will be as strong as ever LAST WARNINGTO TAXPAYERS Your taxes for 1906 are due and the penalty will go on November I Under the new law which went into effect after November 1 your taxes can not be paid to me and a tax warrant win be issued against you by the county clerk and executed within ten days thereafter making an addidiqnal to you of 18 per Come in befp nd save cost of execution JScentt C NOV 1 Subscribe for The yeari r I PUBLIC I IIU Surreys at Boblitt Browns I SATURDAY Livery Stable opposite Opera OCT Nouser 1 I JivIBoblitt Brown having bought Mr Tumeys interest in the ery firm of Tumey Bishop and the s having been consol idated we find that we too much stock therefore on the above date we will offer for sale the following 1 graSIi1 one mare 9yearsold fine saddle and harness mare safe for- T women or children one black horse 12yea SOld will work anywhere safe for women or children one Roan Mare 16 lc handshigh safe for women or children will workany 1 anywherew I iki of IWewagonette One twohOlse drummers wagon good as new One J gearingAlsoSALE WILL BEGIN AT 100 OCLOCK P Mi IBoblitt Brown Bishop i IIt Shooting at Bardstown On last Friday afternoon Lud Muir woundedHarrisonware tire ione ball taking effect in ipjomtsaloon and Muit claims that while in Coys saloon Cox started at him with a knife Both of the parties leaving the saloon at once and in a short while met in the rear of Whelans saloon where the shooting took place with the above results The trial of Muir in the Nelson Cir ofNethet4number of witnesses These said taxpayers will also pay to the jailor of Nelson county 50 cents per day board for every day the defendant lies in jail awaiting trial No Child Labor Harrodsburg Herald In his address to the Grand Jury at Danville Mon day Judge Bell explained the new law requiring children under sixteen years of age to attend school and prohibiting them from working as telephone and telegraph messengers as clerks i stores and hands in printing offic and shops Children under sixteen years of age may work during vaca tion and when it is necessary for thei actual support He strongly impresse- upon the jurors the necessity of en forcing this provision of the statutes that educational facilities which have generallytakenof citizenship thereby rhised All persons indebted to the firm of Jarboe Campbell must make settlement at once Books at B D Lakes office THEO CAMPBELL CORRECT MARKET REPORTS Springfield Market Bacon HamsflSc Sides 12c Beeswax 24c per pound Butter Ifx to 20c per pound Chickens Hensytf c Spring lie Dried apples oc per pound 8c per pound fCorn Meal = 75c to per bushel EggsBe per dozen Feathers per pound FlourS2Oto iaundf Oats40c HidesGreeng34eto1Dych Limo 90c to loo per barrel peer Potatoes Country 7xx Onions J- C8altl45 and 185 per barrel Turkeys per pound poundh Knllon Wool Biirrv and greasy 14Hc clear of greAse JOc tub washed 28c Country Sorghum45c to 60c Geoee50e a voice Grain Provisions Etc frChicaeo Sept 15 speclabransWIOOUO straight export bags JSISJHOO clear export bags 3000325 WHEAT Steady December SUtlSKc May 7iW 57Tc CORNQuiet September 747icMay 4343c GcMayRY Was firmer September closed antat58cSoptembefeedand October 37c bid September No 3 was 541feedlOc lb1923I4cEGGS Firm Fresh eggs at mark now primtlrstsLIVE POULTRYSteady Turkeys l1WallicNew York Sepl FLOURSteady but quiet Minnesota patents 41t435 do bakers 340F8SQ stralglrtf350J3G0grades 2Jj3 15iCATTLEExtra 5 40 00 CALVESExtra 8 00 g 8 25 HOGS Choice 50 g SHEEP Extra 4 C5 8 475 LAM BS Extra 7 90 FLOUft Spring pat 4 35 4 G- OWHEATNo 2 red 72 j 73 CORX +XO 2 mixed 49 OATSrNo 2 mixed 34 RYE Xo 2 choice 62 g 63 HACh timothy Q 16 25 BLTThItllary 16th APPLES New bbl 2 00 2 50 POTATOES Xew 1 S5 200 TOBACCONew 7 95 3 1G 00 CIIICA00 WHEAT No 2 red 70 H 711A CORNfNo 2 mixed Q 4811 OATS No 2 mixed 32 PORIPrime mess Q16 J5 LARD Steam Q 8 90 NEW YORK PLOtRJ Win pat 3 75 Q 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 7G a CORN No 2 mixed 5- 9OATSNo2 mixed 37 PORK Prime mess 18 75 19 25 LARDSteam 8 80 885 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red Q 731h CORN No 2 mixed 54 54Yz OATSNo2 mixed 34th 35 LotutsYttLE WHEATNo 2 red 7- 3CORNo 2 mixed C 52 OATSNo 2 mixed 32 PORK Prime mess X16 50 LARDSteam 5 860 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLB Prime 6 156 35 r t OOOOOooeoooOOO b0 Personal Notes f o noVisitors In and Out of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks a Personal News noOeOOOOOoeoe f TT Scott Mayes is in Boston Ky Mr R H Mulligan was in Lojuis villa last week Mrs C C McChord spent Friday tn Louisville Mr John Hord who has been in St Louis for the past four months is here for a visit Messrs J H McClure and M L Searcy were in Bardstown one day last week on business Dr John Shaun t wife and baby were here Friday Mr and Mrs James McElroy and son spent last week in Louisville Mr James Clements spent Satur day in Lawrenceburg Mrs W C McChord and daughter Miss Annie were in Lebanon Saturday werenweekesDr J H Lampton was in Louisville last week childrendweek Mrs Lulie Kelly is spending this week in Louisville Miss HattipCurrywhQ has been spending has re turned to school at Danville tMr Mack Grundy and Miss Kate Mates are in Cincinnati this week buy ing all and winter goods Miss Fannie Whelan of Louisville is t eguest of her sister MrS John Smith 4 Mr Joe Pettus is in LOuisville this wee Miss Mary McGill of Lebanon vis- It d relatives here the first of the week Misses Sadie Mayes and Annie Mc Chord were in Louisyille Monday and Tuesday Miss Laura Peter who has been the guests of Mrs B D Lake and re latives at Mackville has returned to her home at Almstead JMrsJ F Green is the guest of Pala es Louisville Mr Alex Blanfordof Louisyille- spenc several days at this place Miss Eliza Mulligan has returned horn after a weeks stay at Tatham Mr G D Robertson was in Bards town Sunday IMrs P G McElroy entertained at eight handed euchre last week rMrLogan Bosley of Lebanon was here the first of the week Mrs Pattie Blanford has returned home after a visit to relatives in Louisville and Meade county Mrs Nannie Simms has returned home after a weeks stay at Tatham Cunninghamtwere illness and death of Mr Cunninghams sister Mrs Hood eturnedoFriday from Louisville she had been forten days studying the Fall styles in millinery Mr Dave Duncan returned Satur day night from Cincinnati where he had been buying fall good i MrS J H Hopper spent several days in Louisville last week Miss Ida McClure of High Grove arrived Tuesday to attend school here Mr Scott McCabe who has been in Winchester for the past three weeks is at home Miss Lillie Anderson of Danville is visiting relatives here Mr Thursday John Austin of Lebanon spent here Misjs Regina Young is in Louisville this week Mrj Harry O Nan of Louisville is visiting his parents at this place C iW Hagan spent Tuesday in Louisville Mis Willie Knott will leave for Louisville Thursday where she will study the fall styles MrS C C McChord and daughter Miss Margaret will leave Thursday for Louisville where Miss Margaret will enter school tMr Will Young and two daughters of near town are quite ill of ty phoid fever Mr sand Mrs Homan who recently moved to Springfield are occupying the cottage on Judge Selecmans place Mrs Homan is ill Mrs James Claybrooke is recover ing from an attack of typhoid fever r Mr Willard Thompson who has been illof typhoid fever and other ice iplications is improving MONDAY SEPT 24 J Springfield ber 24 County Court day to buy 100 mule colts and some horse colts Colts to be re 4 ceived the day they are bought D F LOGAN t b COUNTY COURTDay TTT TTiT1 Rev W H Williams has been in Louisville for the past week On last Sunday he preached at the McFerran Memorial Baptist church Misses May Curry and Lilly Mc Clain have taken positions with Mrs Williams and invite their friends to call to see themtMr A C McElroy left this morn ing for Kansas City where he will at tend the marriage of his son Emmet to Miss Mary Elizabeth Atchispn on September 25 IMrs Meredith Hyatt and Mrs Claybrooke were hostesses at a reception this afternoon from four to six The color scheme was yellow and white The house was artistically dec orated in golden rod Those who as sisted in receiving were Misses Lucy Selecman Sadie Mayes BetUe Irvine Lydia McElroy Annie Claybrooke An nie McChord The punch bowl was presided over by Misses Margaret Mc Chord Pearl Claybrooke Lizzie Waters and Ida Claybrooke JEEEE cEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE- m It W BELLe m w 3333334 333 334 44f443 W Mrs Jennie McClain Patterson o Adairville Ky and Mr James W Bell of Springfield Tenn were mar Pied in Loqisville yesterday morning by the Rev Mr Chanler of the Methodist church Airs Bell is the mother o Mrs W M Hagan and is well know n and admired by many people here She has frequently visited here and during these visits made friends of her acquaintance Mrs Bell had been here since Sept 1 and the wedding had been arranged to take place in Louis ville at the conclusion of the visit to her daughter at this place Mr Bell ts an extensive land owner and farmer of near Springfield Tenn and is one ot the leading and prominent citizens of that section of the State Mr and Mrs Bell will reside in Springfield Tenn v The many friends of the bride at this place extend best wishes NOTICE j All persons indebted to the late F MJ Campbell are required to make settlement on or before the 15th day of October Books at B D Lake office THEO CAMPBELL Admr Subscribe for The Sun LOO year FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEtFEEE rWEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT g J The Sun has received the following invitation Mr William Atchisonf invites to be at the daughterMary to McElroyTuesday the twentyfifth nineteen and six eight oclock at the residence of Mr and Mrs M D Scru g 2640 Tracy Avenue MissquriAtHome after November fifteenth loll East entyninlhStreetI Mr McElroy is a son Of Mr and Mrs r A C McElroy of this place He has been living in Kansas City for about eight years and is now recognized as one of the citys progressive businessmen He is identified With quite a number of the citys large enterprise and his ability to successfully manage business affairs has won for him the confidence and esteem of many of the wealthy men of the west A more Mcfnever in Springfield Gen teal accommodating and upright he won the admiration of his acquaintances all of whom record a wish that many years of happiness will be his and uponfLifes Voyage Public Sale t TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 1906 IOn the above date I will sell the following at public sale at my farm one mile east of Mackville on waters of Glens Creek One extra good family horse one good broodmare one twoyearold filly one twoyearold work mule two good extra milk cows two yearling heifers and one weanling calf five No 1 Poland China sows will eigh 125 each one sow and seven pits fifteen good ewes 600 bushels of corn some andsSale will begin at 10 a m Terms will be made known on day of sale W H WRIGHT izii + H H r1IMovei tfl I will remove my repair shop this tweek from its location to the tttj t Geo B Taylor i t ti i i 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1906 111 Ie n i 1r 1 1 i L t t J l hif tr IIBD LAKEI J INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE L f FARM APS and FARMSi k Are Increasing in Value If You Want to Buy Now is The Time f cWANT SELL YOU FARM PUT IT IN MY- HHANDSH t I believe indeed I am sureI can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or adjoining counties I have a great many farms for saleil good onesat reasonable prices and 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 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 evjerV section ofthe and small and all of them are I also have some bargains in town property See list in this issue of The Sun r J z No1147 acres 4J miles from Springfield well watered good land good dwelling good stable blacksmith shop on rented close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwelling good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water e school r house and church Price 40 per acre 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of- grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 p r acre No j 6167 acres seven miles from ld t timber oak ish hickory dwelling and barns wellwaterjed onehalf mile rom school house and church Good Price per acre 15i o620i acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling 3 to bacco barns one stock barn all necessary tim F her lots of good tobacco land wellwatered wellijenced good grass Price 35 per acre No 7 175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town Noi 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and arn Price 20per acre JToi 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres tobacco veil fenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good timber good tobacco land good barn fine orcHard good large dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 31 per acre No 11220acres six J miles from Springfield on good pike 50 acres timber ask oak hickoryand poplar Churc and school convenient two barns telephone in house well watered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 13A nice cottage in Springfield Good barn with acre of ground Cheap Noj 14350l acres seven miles from S field on good pike 50 acres timber two new barns new dwelling houseptnty o tobacco land 50 acres of extra good bottom ce ii No 1590 acres one good six room dwelling tobacco barn Stable well fenced good orchard well watered 25 acr S fine to bacco landmost of farm in good state of cultivation 3l miles t from Springfield Plenty good posts 25 per acre No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 t room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn SO acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 Springfield one gp6d six room dwelling on good from one mile from school and church good Alloutbulldmgs 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 4 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber room two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good of springs fine voung orchard all kinds of fruit ice house carriage house all outbuil ings new 1 THE MAN countylarge elltin1proved piker3lmiles Ddwe1ltng REAL A NO1 At a I It YOU HEREl t J I ADVER rr TENSIVELY AND ARE FOUND I x r 1 I LET ME SHOW YOU ONE OF THESE FARMSI tObaccottwo I ESTATE F ARM ARM Very Low Price Thats What You Want Have wiLLFNDP- ROPERTY SUITrou BaD LAKE TISEEX BUYERS i I No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barn two stables 75 acres i timber plenty of grass fine orchard 3d an acre Severalother pieces of town property tf you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 mnesrfrom Springfield Price 1000 goodSbarn15 per acreIINo 231391 acres 1 goqd dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one new 1 from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty r of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 arns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bot tom land fence in good repair Price60lper acre No 25248 acres 2J miles 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn r t 50x60 ft under Fining layed in cement water in every field all year fine set o 35 acres of corn in this year t No 26House 7 rooms in Springfield 2 acres of ground t stable henhouse smoke house spring in yard lot fenced in 6 lots Cheap No 2770k acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling r barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price u 1800 No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfie on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land fenced Price 30 per Acre easy payments well No 29104k acres 6 miles from Srin g ld on new pike good 6 room dwelling tobacco room holds 6 acres of tobacco 30 acres young grass under good fence well water d all out buildings young orchard planted Price 3250 per are No 30115k acres 3 miles from ld on good pike 1 six room new dwelling J barn 1 small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of wat r Price 25 No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on t good road 5 room dwelling stock out buildings Price 3250 No 33231 acres in Nelson on Stiher pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield lOroon dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and cloven 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house g finery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coup ty Price 800 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres m the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locatidnq in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 11A FACT fOR YOU TO REMEMBER WASHINGTON COUNTY LAND COMPARED WITH THE LAND Of SURROUNDING COUNTIES HAS ALWAYS BEEN TOO CHEAP AND AS THE MONTHS GO BY IT INCREASES IN VALUE NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY J f r r 11 JI 11IiII IlI IIIII t J 11THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 191 M6 7 1ipoog FAuM lr1 r Slow but sure Is a good motto for the novice in the poultry business I1 Apples should be picked when they are fully matured but before they have begin to mellow T egfimes will fail to put nitrogen 3ntOhe soil if the soil is too poor to gtjve the leguminous crop a good start The National Apple Shippers agso yearbrredb enacted V IiBo not pick the Keitter pear until matured and then put in dark places for some weeks for the best qualities fthe fruit to 1 developtThis years wheat yiejd has outclassed the famous wheat crop of 1901 byjabout 12000000 bushels being ac cording to the latest estimates over 759000000 bushels V There are three essential points to successful dairying Good breed of cows growing of feed on the farm and knowing your cows which knowledge is obtained by the aid of the milk scales and a Babcock tester H Caught Merry So youve taken to farming I suppose youve noticed thatbrown cows eat more thin black ones IIBerryNo How do you account for it11M8rryMore of them Cassells Frequent change df pasture is good for sheep at this time of year and Many noxious weeds and briars will be cleaned up out of the fence corners Let them turn such undesirable growth Into profitable wool and mut ton Even in this day of books and sqlen tltic study of agriculture there are manY farms which lack good libraries No investment will ttay so well as a lew ellselected books among which should be some on agricultural topics by recognized writers of worth Is the only shade which your hogs can find along the side of a fence rowj or on the interior ofa stifling hog penThen you cannot expect to realize a profit from them Shortsighted economy or careless indifference makes a lean purse when it comes toI squaring up the years accounts Remember this when buying a cow As a rule men do not sell their lies t cows any more than you would IfI you were the seller instead of the buyer Experience In this direction shows that it is the cow the owne- wants to get rid of for some reason or other which is the one he wants t sellA correspondent from Arkansas says Keep your eye on our apple orchards There are over 3000000 4 trees growing in the state and they will soon be producing big crops In matter of quality and color Arkansas apples rank high and they brought 1thegrowers of two counties 3000000 In one yearan average of over one dollar per tree big and little There is a socalled farmers own ticket in New York state with Capl William C Clark a statesmanfarmer of Constantia as candidate for governor Whether he wilt be as successful In raising votes as he Is In raising grain remains to be seen Certain it 3s that he will find that the former crop wlll have to be cultivated indifferent a manner from those he has been accustomed to raise Farmers unions in the Indian terri tory or rather now the new state of Oklahoma are said to have established warehouses and clearing houses with a view to protecting their inter ests against the speculators in farm products especially cotton In addi- storing lion to the warehouses for the cotton until satisfactory prices can be obtained the farmers are buying cot ton gins and propose tp gin their own cotton Why not such unions Why should not farmers sb cooperate a to secure the very best possible prices tfor their products The quality of the salt used in th dairy is of vital importance for i serves four purposes in butter an cheese making It expels buttermil- or whey It augments the keeping quantities of butter It serves to pro mote the ripening of Cheese and it accentuates flavor It can be easily appreciated that if the salt contain impurities it will affect the butter and cheese An Ideal butter sal should be pure white of a uniform thin flaky grain of medium size wi out ill odor and be nearly free fro the bitter salts and dirt The ide- cheese salt may be similarly de scribedsave that the grain may be largerj Brief Par grapl1sJ Mrs Henry Knlppenwlfe of a farm er living near C overdale Putnam county Ohio decapitated her two children a boy age three and a girl aged one and onehalf years Miss bora Bright aged 18 of Foster Mo who killed herself at Wichi ta Kan directed that her body and that of Ray Stevens of Schell City Mo should be buried side by side On the theory t4atta suicide pact ex isted between uple the county attorney has sworn out an informa tion charging murd r in the first de gree The executive Committee otthe American Civic association elected to CPrgressmanrecognition of his services in the preservation of Falls As a result of herlLair being aught in the shafting of one of the swing machines at the Bemis Bag companys factory Minneapolis Annie Shema 22 years old is none at the city hos pital with her left ear and the en UreI scalp torn The United States cruiser B tonJdamaged on Peapod rock made the start for Bremerton navy yard from Bellin ham Wash under her own steam One dead another fatally wounded and two seriously injured is the resultI of a shooting affray in Pickett counI ty Tennessee The shooting it is was the result of a mistake Battling Nelson deliberately fouled Gans at Goldfield Nev in the for tysecond round of the best and longI 3st fights seen In many years Both men were tired when the endedi but Cans was apparently the stronger Around the World 2St Louis When George E Holt and Lester R Crentz of Moline IllIsailed for Liverpool the ther day there was begUn one of the most pretentious globegirdling expeditions ever attempted These two men propose to literally ride all over the face of earth on bicycles Time is no object in this long jour and it Is expected that not less than three years will be necessary The first stage of cycling will begin at Liverpool from whence they expect to tour England and Scotland crossing to Ireland and proceeding southward to the coaSt where they will sail for the continent Belgium Holland Denmark and Sweden will be the first countries visited In the order named From Stockholm they will ride toward St Petersburg and from there they will turn southward and pass through Germany France and Spain They expect to celebrate New Years Day of 1907 somewhere in the northern part of Africa and if revolutionary troubles do not Interfere will visit Tripoli Algeria and Morocco That the journey will be no childs play Is evidenced by the Itinerary from Morocco From here they will ride over the shifting sands of the great Sahara desert to Timbuctoo By this time another spring will have come and the tourists will proceed northward to Sicily thence up the Italian peninsula and on up through Europe in a line parallel to that taken on Its descent making a turn eastward to take n Turkey and Greece thence to Egyptt through the Holy Land and down to the Red sea and cycling around the Indian penin CeylolirFrom there they Intend to go to SingaporeoSumatra and Borneo are the next stopping places After studying conS In the Philippine islands Japan will lie seen frojn whence the homeward journey will be undertaken making a stop at Hawaii and finally landing at San Franciscb Crentz andt will carry recom mendations ftomthe governors of Illi nois Pennsylvania Louisiana Oregon o I3ctlcut Kansas and Florida one o he most Important of their cre- tlals being from Hop S M CuV m chairman of the senate commit tee on foreign relations which In sures many favors being extended them by foreign consuls Speak Five Foreign languages Both Crentz and Holti are members of the National Geographical society and carry letters to ev ry society of importance in the world They speak German French Swedish Spanish and Italian fluently so that they will have no Hqulstlc troub es while in Europe While making preparations for their Journey in New York they joined the Roy Wheelmen whose em biers they will wear aid which they will carry in lands herre no cycling clubs emblem has been carried be fore f Doctors Arc Puzzled The remarkable recoveFof Kenneth McIyer of the subs ject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide cir le of friends He says of his case Owing to severe inflammation of the throdt arid congest gavmee I Dinkcovert my Cures the wort Coughs and Colds Bronchitis TonSilitis Weak Lungs Hoarsenessjind La pe Guar anteed at C J Haydons drug store 50c and 100 freer Yonneedital THE SUNrp ABSINTH ISA- DEADLY DRINK And thousands Are Being Killed By Drinking It Alarmed by the ravages of absinth which is sapping the mental moral and physical life of the nation France is demanding a war of extermination upon that deadly drink The trades unions of the country leading members of the chamber of deputies prominent physicians bus ness men and statesmen are organizing a national petition demanding that the manufacture and sale of absinth be among the petltlones assert that absinth kills tens of thousands of people every year The drink first made Its appearance that country after the Algerian war in iS47 or ISlS While in Algiers the French soldiers adopted the cost m of the natives in using the liquor to fight the low fevers of that malarial climate and they grew to like it so well that they carried it home with them Since tlieu absinth has been the steadily growing curse of the nation says an authority until now the French are the most nervous and ex citable people under the sun Not only has the liquor Its effect upon the drinker but through him makes a marked impress upon the succeeding generations It isl for this rea son more thanany other that the French as a nation are deteriorating- It is a curious thing that the absinth drinker especially anions the lower classes feels an acute sense of personal oppression under the spell of the insidious poison He hates everybody the hand of ever man Is against him Even his wife and children are intriguing to destroy his peace and happiness When he passes the home of the wealthy man he mutters in angerhe is without n cent in his pocket because the rich steal it nil If he can jostle rudely u well dressed man or woman while on his way the act gives him a savage sort of pleaspre ordered to move on by a policeman an Insane desire to kill the uniformed representa tive of law wells up In his heart Not long ago laboring under the hallucination due to absinth that his wife was not faithful to him a Paris laborer killed her and their child Absinth said Senator Beranger recently is responsible for the depop ulation of the country and for more than twothirds of the crimes commit tellEyen the judges who deal with criminal cases recognize the fact that to be a confirmed victim of absinth Ism is a reason for almost any crime There aremapy dens throughout the poorer quarters of Paris where the wretched absinth victim sunk to the lowest depths of degradation may have a glass of poison for2 cents and be permitted the use of a dark corner In which to sleep Such haunts and this is a sad com mentary upon the gratification of hu man curiosity are among sbby places o f that remarkable city Professional guides conduct parties of tourists to these resorts in order that they may witness fallen humanity at Its deepest and darkest level As the visitors usually tip the pro prietor liberally he welcomes them with greater pleasure than he does the trembling wretches who comnto buy his wares They may gaze pon sin and misery to their hearts content One never s es evidences or merry making or llglit heartedness In these haunts of de rarity Everything Is suggestive of hopeless misery Men and women may be thereat least they were men and women at one time but are now simply absinth drunkards through whose feeble brains the shadows of weird dreams are creeping But once in the grip of absinth the victim Is seldom able to set himself free Hcwlll do anything to obtain money to purchase it Not infrequently guides on the Alps have been known to murder tourists in their care to obtain their money for this purpose Whether It Is the result of bad exam or not the pe ple of France are drinking absinth much more heavily than formerly and with appreciable results While the population of Belgium for instance has increased 14 per cent during the fifteen years the consumption ofalcohol has Increased 37 per teat during the same period Cases of insanity thece have Increased In number 45 per cent suicide 80 per cent and arrests for begging and vaga bondage IfK per cent It was a recognition 6C the danger into which the country jwas steadily moving that prompted the action of the Belgian legislature in banishing ab sinth from that country Far reaching Is the bill which passed both houses by au overwhelming vote It prohibits the manufacture importa tion transport storage or sale of the liquor or say substitute for It Viola tlons of the law are to be met with severe penalties 1 the most unfortunate results thatdIts t so to children Many of these who do not become drunkards themselves which most of them do give evidence of mental weakness manifest a tendency toward epi lepsy or become afflicted with some serious nervous trouble The lessons taught by the evils o absinth drinking might well be la beled upon every bottle In the form o the Greek word from which the name of the liquor Is derlvedrApsInthlbni that which must not be drunk 9TIF lFR ll J I I FARMERS I I INSTITUTE IiI The Washington County Farmers Institute will be held1in I Springfield at the Court House on f- rI I WEDNESDA Y and THURSDAY I September 26 2YI i Uuder Supervision ofthe Commissioner of Agriculture i H IAn interesting program has been arranged and the followin- gI On hand PG HOLDEN of Iowa ALVA AGEE JOSEPH E WING and J T MclNTIRE of Ohio MOSES f JOHNSON of Jefferson County C M HANNA off Shelby County J B WALKtR of Christian County LOWELL ROUDEBUSH of Ohio J P DAVIS of Indiana and R C CRENSHAW of the State Department 1 All of whom are under the administration of Commissioner I Vreelandi t EVERYBODY INVITED 1- I ESPECIALLY EVERY FARMER SHOULD BE PRESENT I I Hubert Vreeland L T Commissioner of AgriculturJ BEER IS POISON spreadjingthemselves temperate and sober that the encouragement of beer drinking Is an effective was of promoting the cause of temperance and of aiding to stamp out the demon rum impelled tbeI Blade to send a representative ToIledoreal damage liquors does the victim of that form otI intemperanceEvery bears testimony that noI man can drink beer safely that it is an injury to any one who uses it any quantity and that Its effects on inI general health of the country been even worse than that of whisky j The indictment they with one accord present against beer drinking is sim ply terrible The devilfish crushing a man in his ong winding arms and sucking the blood from his mangled body Is not so frightful au assailant as this deadly but Insidious enemy which fastens It self upon its victims and dally becomes more and more the wretched mans master clogging his liver rotting his kidneys decaying his heart and arteries stupefying and starving the brain choking his lungs and bronchia loading his body with dropsical fluids and unwholesome fats fastening upon him rheumatism erysipelas and manner of painful and disgusting alLI eases and finally dragging him to grave at a time when other men are In their prime of mental and bodily vigor Here are the statements of two physi clans tbirItfieI think beer kills quicker than any other liquor My attention was first J called to Its Insidious effects when I began examining for life Insurance I passed as unusually good risks five Germans young business llIlnwhoIseemed In the best of have superb constitutions In a few years I was amazed to see the whole five drop off one after another with whit ought to have been mild and easily curable diseases On compar ing my experience with that of othe physicians I found thht they were all having similar luck with beer drinkers and my practice slut has heaped confirmation on confirms ton v The first organ to be attacked Is th the liver soon opfor disease both certain to rfsulfa of beer drinking are lockjaw and erysipelas and the beer drinker seems Insatiable of recovering from mild dig orders and injuries not usually re garbed of a grave character Pneu monia pleurisy fevers etc seem to have a first mortgage on him which they foreclose remorselessly at an early opportunityiDr S S Thorn a physician of experience In the army and twenty years practice In Toledo said Adulterants are not the most im portant things In my estimation It is the beer Itself It stupefies the Intel lect because It is a narcotic and cumulative In Its effects For Instance mer curials are cumulative A dose of one sixteenth or one thirtysecond of a grain would have no appreciable ef feet on the system but a number of these administrations consecutively would soon produce salivation and oth er destructive results So beer accumulates and gathers pernicious agen cies In the system until they become very destructive Every man who drinks beer in any quantity soon begins to load himself with soft unhealthy fat This is bad because It Is the result of Interference with the natural elimination of dele terious substances No man no matter what his constitution can go on long with his system full of the morbid and dead matter which the liver and kid new are intended to work offFrom- a Speech In the United States Senate by Hon J H Galiiuger Pain from a Burn Promptly Re lieved by Bhamberlains Pain Balm James N Nichols a merchant and IMr at Vernon Conn makes the stutementCIA little child of Michael Strauss was recently in great pain front a burn on the hand and as cold applications only increased the in flammation Mr Strauss came to me for something to stop the little ones pain From the liniments I carry in I advised him to use Chamber pains Pain Balm and the first application drew out the inflammation and gave immediate relief I have used this lin veryIappoint For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Enclnndn Drink B1H Dr Dawson Burns analyzing the official returns of the quantities of hv thercon eludes that there has been n decrease underemoreover ce this respect It is In fact the sixth exeon decrease for 1004 was over 28000000 The total decrease in the national drink bill in the six years amounts to abou- t610000000Chi ago RecordHerald Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Rare Beans Boyle County Herald Rev B Helm left at this office Tuesday a bunchof beans which measure fully thirty irichCJtin length They grow on the same justIequals a of the ioned kind Mr Helm also lift a corn field bean which is the largest in every way of any that has been brought to our notice One of the most interest ing products ever grown in the county is a camphor tree and Mr Helm left a leaf prom the tree at this office It is dark green in color and almost round Camphor trees grow in China The growingonthe Lebanon pik- eSOUR STOMACH is common and distrtai complaintIt way eI protesting against Improper food hastily de voured or too hearty meals and if the warn ing is unheeded seriou results will follow When your stomach rebels at this abuse It becomes inactive your food fer- imentsgasesformand there is trouble ahead The quickest safest and surest- way to conquer this condition an4i prevent its return is to imnlediatcljr- commence the use of Dr CaldwellsLaxet1ee e Syrup Pepsin This great remedy will inStantly p r ings in order It is just what your stomachneeds preparAtiaallilled on truth and upheld by e perienceJDr Caldwell Syrup Pepsis can be stained in both dollar and hnlfdoUuJ druggistsi refunded if It oes not benefit you l byreturamillBOOK OP WONDERS and tree t v tbose who have never tried this wqadcrM llEed Send fork today PEPSIN SYRUP GO- MMU U UUft 1a Still by Tki Ned Cress DrwgStIii 1I3 r i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1906 r ONE MOUSE TWO SNAKES moth Copperheads Try to Swallow the Same Victi- mPittsburgTwo hungry copperhead snakes trying to swallow the same mouse was an exciting spectacle at the Highland park zoo Finally the mouse was taken away from them by Keeper Ernest Tretow and the rep tiles apparently each blaming the dinnerJstarted to fight in VIgorous fashion The mood and determination of the snakes made It necessary to put them in separate cages rwprevent a rep T pWhenthe cage the copperheads each eyed him intently for more than a minute Stwithoutdid move it was simultaneously one grabbing the mouse by the head and the other catching his hindquarters Then the swallowing began but with unsatisfactory resultswEach snake was trying to swallow chftvictor would have to swallow mate All the time the snakes we twisting about each other and actin in such a frenzied fashion that Keeper Tretow took the mouse away from them The snakes then started to fight and Keeper Tretow hays one of them nott of the snakes is about three feat loin Worms at the Tobacco Sharpsburg Ky The1 tobacco grow liryratnPhave been so continuous that the paris green which ordinarily is applied to kill the pests has been constantly washed off Railroad Man Dies Lexington KyThe remains Charles W Beasley arrived here from New Orleans and were buried in the Lexington cemetery He gas the son of Mrs JJ M Beasley and with two brothers had been employed tIll the Illinois Central freight offices at New OrleansCar Builders Satisfied Louisville KyThe trouble between the passenger car builders and the officials of the Jeffersbhville bdryagreeing not to operate the works Saturday afternoons except in emer- genCies Killed by Traction Car Lexington Ky Charles Tuttle of Cincinnati was run over and some time Thursday night by an i terurban car on the Versailles Trac lion line His body was not found un I til next morning and it was impossible to ascertain Just which car or at what time Tuttle was killed Lexington Womans Death Corinth MlssMrs George Pain of Lexington Ky who Is visiting friends in Corinth succumbed to Injuries received in a runaway ly Her remains were shipped to Lex ington Not Less Than 5000 Expected Hopklnsville KyNot less than 400 people are expected to attend t third annual reunion of the Dark To bacco District Planters Protective As aoclatlon of Kentucky and Tennessee which is to be held at Guthrie Ky on September 22 ICapt T J Patillo Dead Dallas Tex Capt Thomas Jeffer Bon Patillo 81 a native of Louisville Ky and who had lived in Texas 61 years died at his home near Savoy He was noted as a sportsman having J the finest pack of hounds in Texas Benton Will Not Sit jWinchester KyIn the suit of am Jett against James Hargis Judge Sen ton has declined to sit stating tjhat Judge Hargis had cherished an i ag inary grievance against him for years and he believes that Hargis ias Arrived at a state of mind where IheRelieves Benton would not give a lair trial Will Call Special Session Louisville KyIt is said that 0ov Beckham will call a special session the legislature after the election to pass an act that will make it mo easy to enforce the Sunday closing laws It is said that the governor ad mits public sentiment in Louisville does not sustain strict observance rv6J the present statute Kentucky Incorporations Frankfort KyThe following c panies filed incorporation articles w the secretary of state Grayson County Supply Co 25jOOO John W Counts Co McCracken county 5000 Columbia Mantel Co Louisville in creased its capital stock from 25000 to 50000 6 took McCreary Lexington KyV B Hawkins Wllla Viley managers of the to campaign in the interest of Senator James B McCreary Returned fr Ixmlsville where they completed ar rangements to have him speak in this- ety the night of September 27 Streavel Js Freed Lexington Ky James Streavel charged with the murder of his uncle William Wilburn was dismissed b County Judge Bullock The witnesses testified that Wilburn had fired the irst shot J D Sutherland Springfield has for sale 1000 30 inch boards Rtf Benedict Clements near for salea lot of oak lumber Horses Drop Dead HarrodsburgDemocrat Whie riving on the Lexington pike Tuesda afternoon Mr Samuel Vanarsdall met an automobile and itso frightened his horse that the animal reared and plunged and then fell stone deadin the pke It was stated that ftianager George Hallof the East Tennessee Telephone Company was driving the machine Mr Vanarsdall gave instruc ions to have the automobilist arrested Upon hearing the report of afgun at Booneville Ind a valuable horse be longing to Judge Edward Gogh a prominent Southern Indiana jur stf and ate Representative from Warrick county fell dead Eugene H Gough t cashier 6f the Booneville National Bank and a son of Judge Gough had been but fishing ith Eugene Rodgers and upon their return they were attacked by a large icken hawk One of ths occ the buggy raised a gun and firedat Theirretheggun VLeiAMrs Eliza Leathers derson county to make her future home A Mrs Milton Hobbs who has been very low with typhoi l fever is onva lescent Mr Dick Sutton who is oh the sick st is better meetingsa Sunday The Maud baseball team came up to Willisburg Saturday afternoon jto de feat the boys but they were defeated by a score of 8 to 7 andofwere Saturday Miss Myrtle Armstrong of Hills boro Is ill of fever v Mrs A C Pinkston was the guest of relatives and friends in HaVrodsburg last week Miss Lena Gibbs of Texas is visiting her sister Miss Milton Hobb We are very sorry to hear f the illness of Mr Lester GibbS of Willis urg We hope he will soon reco irer bliss Essie Hungate spent last Sun day with Miss Nora Cheatham THE NEWS CONDENSED Phillip B Stewart 61 Col rode Springs was nominated fpV governor RcipublioaasnG A Leishman theAincjkan ambassador has been notified oflic al ly that he will have an audience or the sultan on September Four persons were killed two fatal IJ Injured and a number hurt In tor EliBt The stranded steamer sane uria thrtbe uider the direction of Capt Metczjtlf The Australia houstj of representa tives adopted a rescflutionj glvl g a tisheb A dispatch received at the war de LeopardToad sjjuthPhilippineTwo men were drowned in they m rverTheywere on the motorboat Vesuvius Oberon being drowned inian toIsave Ferry C M Daniels of thej Net YorAC holder of many amateur swim Ing records lowered his own th worlds record for 220 yards andI S Louis The New Yorker sets mar at 242 25J Adveijtlsements are about1 1i Is sued by the post office vltlhg proposals for the mails on all of the star routess In Ohlp Illinois igan Wisconsin Minnesota carrYlnfof Missouri for four years 1 1907 meofdolegRtes to oren m of the Sim tIitofand tendering congratulations to the JAAssistant District Attorney Garvlnlat tthNew York by counsel for Harry tK that on Monday Septemll woqldmakeindictment for murder In the first de sree against Thaw from the court of general session to the supreme court Many Jews Arrested at Warsaw 17Ewerythingsal tit engageq d i gedIer a is unavoidable and the jefs predict Septebegm Long worth Renomlna ed Cincinnati Sept 171 Nicholas Lpngworth in the First dl trict and Herman P Goebel In the Second xlisJ rcongresby yIear CARDWEllI We are glad to report Mrs R A Wjilham much better at this writing Mr Albert Tatum of Harrodsburg has typhoid fever He is a brotherin law of your correspondent Mrs Tom Mobily and Mrs Bill Li trel visited at the home of S A Mil ton last week llwe have several visitors here fro Doan Hairiline and wife Edgar Freeman Robert Masters Willie Lay and family and George Warner Several more are expected the 19th W L Graham and E T Perkins are in Lawrenceburg Monday looking fpr good horses Kirkwoord tIMrs M lA Perkins of Battle is in Louisville buying fall goods and attend fairnMrs E T Perkins visited att t home of S G Foster last week Farmers are busy cutting hetrtoba co and corn Some of them are cu ting their timothy the secon time Mr W L Graham and family visited weekeGraham g field Monday looking for good horses See them before you sell SaleseHoliday Brown sold to Graham Perkins one 5yearold gelding for 150 Holiday Brown bought of T I 11eGraham Perkins made the follow ing saps this Week One bay mare 115 one black horse 175 one brown horse 170 one aged horse 50 one black horse 107 Also bought o horse at 14250 one at 10P one 95 and one at 150 atSanders Co bought of differe parties a car load of cattle at 3 cents Holiday Brown bought a lot of cattle at 3 cents Willham Kyler bought of Holiday Brown one horse for 11250 E T Perkins sold to W L Gralia one 5yearold horse for 100 Youneedit THE SUNI t HILLSBORO The sick are all getting along nicely J A Coulter and wife and Sabe Coulter and wife spent Sunday with J M Shields and family Mrs J M Washburn is visiting her daughter Mrs J M Montgomery Mrs Mary Hines went to Springfield Sunday to see her sister Mrs Holman who is sick r Mr Lewis Kirsch wife and daugh ter Mrs Ham Pile and Mrs J M Washburn visited Mr J M Mon aery and family Saturday and Sundayf Mrs Liza Mitchell andI daughter Mrs Williams visited her sister Mrs Evan Sales last Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Mat Inman and daughter Miss Eva spent last Friday with Mr Sleet Pinkston and family at Willi burg Miss Maud Inman visited the Misses Montgomery last FridayI Miss Agnes Hines attended at the old Burnt church last HARDESTY weeki Several from here attended dhurch at Willisburg Sunday l Mr J M Sale and wife spent Thurs day with Mr W T Snider and family of Valley Hill Misses May and Hattie Curry of Springfield werp the pleasant guests of the Misses Gopdlett Saturday and Sunday Miss Belle Hardin and little Maud Sale spent Monday with Misses Martha and Ida Gray Mrs Bruce Williams of Midway spent several days last week with her mother Mrs Eliza Mitchell Miss Tillie Barlow left last week for a two visit with relatives at GreensburgMr Mrs Evan Sale and son Rodman spent Sunday with Mrs Eliza Mitchell JittJetwith Mrs Lucy Sale Mr Colie Hardin had the misfortune- of burning about 50 worth of tobacco and the ropf off his barn the other night while smoking his tobacco to dry it out Heavy imports of gold during the past w ek have caused a distinct im provement in the monetary situation and stock market is in good condition th11 Commissioners Sale H ysHadgieBy virtue of a judgement andorder of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1906 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 following described property towit intWashington co ntY Ky on the dirt road leading from Kellys Shop to Fen thembythetles Martin Wright George Wright and James Janes on the South by the siltsShopthe land of J W Walls formerly J W Thompson and contains 67 sores more or less Tract No 2Situated in said county and State and adjoins tract No1 and bounded as follows Beginning at the forks of the branch thence up a large includeone justheThomas Leachman thence 421 E 58 acsametand sugar tree on the North side of a branch corner to Clark thence d wn said branch as it meanders so ast9include one half of same 439 to ginning Containing 26 acres 2 roods and 10 poles For purchase price the purchaser or purchasers withapproved security bearinglegalpaid 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 0h1 G LEACHMAN M C W C C Illinois Central R R 3800LOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA ntSeptember 15 to October 311906 points Proportionate low rates frcjm other Extremely low round trip Rates to ArkanmTuesdayofSpringsArkansas Through personally conducted Excur sion Sleeper Louisville to California Texas Full particulars by addressing F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky Y Gasoline i- lEngines We have on display the following makes Come and See Them Run Also on display Ohio Feed Cutters and New Highland Crushers F BROSSPRINGFIELD KENTUCK iiiii Ii T p are spoiled by tampering No supposeBrter HAVE ME fIX IT I A whole lot of damage can he by those who are not ac with the delicate We know watches can repair them as they be Bnng me yours if go just right JAS J GRAVES CUMBERLAND e CO Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit you r patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL President k Genl Manager SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all porgnnu who are HUb Hcrlbors to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other wnutedLandserted In another department of the pajxSr at VOn rates Sam Goodlett R F D No1 has for sale 250 bushels of first class seed wheat J F Smith Route 2 has for sae 50 or 60 bushels of winter oats Benedict Clements Route 2 has for sale a lot of No 1 seed wheat F I Purdom Texas Ky has for sale 1 6yearold horse 16 hands gentle and works well Also 2 spring wagons and one set of harness Pius Fenwick Springfield Ky has for sale two two good mares J L Cheatham Mooresville has for sale 14 head stock hogs that will weigh 100 pounds R W Clements Rt 2 has for sale extra clean seed wheat C R Pope Route 4 has for sale a good male sheen 4yearsold W H Leachman fol sale ono of good workmules1 also two registered Jersey bull calves yearlingDee i1ey Route 3 has for sale four shoats thoroughbred Polio China Three females one male R A Wheatley for sale an extra good short hornbull r B B Waters Springfield has for sale a good Jersey 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