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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e f m UUjtj 1 l i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t4 f t 11 J IIVOLUME ji SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1906 k NUMIEM44 HON C C McCHORD I THE RAILROADS WILL TRY TO DEFEAT HIM FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOJi INATION FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONED HIGHWAYS AND FARMS Have Been Greatly Damaged By the Hfeavy Rainfall ri1 ftiI t Heavy rains during the past week have done untold damage to crops lathing lands and public highways throughout Washington and adjoining counties Miles of fences have been swept away by the swollen streams and in a few instances small bridges have been washed from their abutt ments The pikes in many places are almost impassable Reports come from the river sections that hundreds of dol lars worth of corn tobacco and hayI have been lost OLD GRAYSON s for lion Ben Johnson first LastAnd Ail The Time Says The Gazette A representative class of Grayson county voters heard Hon Ben John sot Democratic nominee for congress at the court house here last Monday afternoon Mr Johnson is a plain forcible speaker and strikes to the heart of an argument He touched the various issues in the present campaign and explained his atitude toward the trusts and general monopoly in no un certain language declared for the protection of the farmer and his products against the scheming and designing organized monopolies Mr Johnson is an artist in showing the ridiculous absurdity of the provisions of the Dingley tariff law and the free list The speak er said in an ironical manner that he was glad that the Republican party had seen fit to place acorns ashes Dragons blood and a few other neces saries on the free list It is predicted that Mr Johnson will get the largest vote polled in this county tor many years in the Congressional race in fact old Grayson is for Ben Johnson first last and all the time An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia which left her with an awful cough She had spells ofi coughing just like one with the whooping cough and some thought she get well at all We got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy which acted like a charm She- stoPPed coughing and got stout and Mrs Ora Bussard Bru bakes Ill This remedy is for sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass VICTORIES t For1eDrys In Trim ble Nicholas and = Simpson Franklin Sept 29 KyA county unit local option election wtheld in this c o un t y today Christian Temperance Union held an all day prayer meeting at the Cumber land Presbyterian church Every pre cint voted dry xcept Sunny Side The entire vote footed up 978 majority for a whiskey drouth It Drys Win in Rain Bedford KySept 29The local option election here today resulted in a majority of 421 in favor of the drys Rain fell all day and a light vote was polled Every precinct in the whole of Trimble county voted for prohibition I Nicholas Follows Suit Carlisle Ky Sept 29Nicholas county goes dry by 811 majority and the temperance workers are raying a jubilee tonight Only a two third vote was cast The election was quiet over the countyREGISTRATION Yesterday In Springfield Resulted About as Last Year +Yesterday was r kstrdtionday and while all the voter did not register nearly all did The registration lacked three of being as large as last year while in 19Q4 309 registered The num precurcts No 8 INo la tal 9 Dem 44 22 47 113 Rep 78 15 f20 113 Id26 5I 6q therndependent are on ex y The independent v te this snows an increase of 17 The Democratic vote a loss of 7 and the Republican a loss of 12 In 1904 the Republ cans had a majority of 18 over the D mo crats last Year they had a majority of 4 while this year a tie is the result MR McCHORD COMPLIMENTED By The Republican Press of Lou isvlllee- 1th 1Herald Says He Is a Faithful and Painstaking t Official The Evening Post Charges That a Scheme Is On to Defeat Mr McChord MR DREWERY OUT OF RACE The following editorial is from the Louisville Herald Word has gone forth from Democratic headquarters that McChord must make way for Drewry With the intent of the Democrats The Heraldat the expense of being dubbed a butter in enters an emphatic protest Frankly we avow the quarrel in the Democratic party to be none of our business On the other hand we hold that it is within our right to call public attention to one or two facts Charles C McChord was elected Rail road Commissioner ten years ago and was endorsed by the Republicans of the State He has been a valiant cham pion of the people indeed at this moment we know of no public official Kentucky has to whom she could say with more candor Well done good and faithful servant- McChordTias devoted the best part of his life to the cause of the people He has been a staunch friend of Louisville merchants and manufacturers He has been able to meet corporate greed with strict interpretation of the law and in so doing has incurred cor orate emnity The Heram holds no brief for Mr McChord but it would be careless of the duty it owes the public if it did not do the simple act of justice to an hon est official The machine candidate for the place is the Hon Tommy Drewry a states man who could not teUa rate tariff from the Kreutzer Sonata The business men of Louisville ought to know this and they will know more about it if this outrage on their in telegencethis rape of the conscience of the peopleris ever attempted rT The following editorial is from the Evening Post One of the most significant moves on the political chessboard was made in Louisville Saturday and it deseves to be brought to public attehtion The First Railroad District Commit tee was called to meet to authorize the primary of November 6 at which State candidates are to be named to name also a candidate for Railroad Commis ioner The meeting drew together politicians and local bosses from every section of the state yet only three members of the district commttee appeared in per son Wrangling began at once Objections were made to the call Objections were Objectionsrcame every soon was clear that whatever other candidates desired or the Democrats demanded there would be no primary for Railroad Commissioner in the First district This surprised the friends of Mr Fer guson who had been promised by the party a primary It was soon appar ant machine politics were playing a very subtile game It seemed all right to have candidates for Senator and State offices named by the Democrat- sat a primary but no chance was to be taken as far as the railroad oommis sion is concerned So in the language of the Courier Journal the committee called the damned thing of No aP- peal was entertained and the case was settled It wiirbe a convention in the First disnct Strangely enough the Louisville pol rni iticians were as much interested las if it were a Louisville fight Tom Drew rys friends were ubiquitous giving their advice gratiously and all in one direction against a primary It seemed as if it were a fight for Drewry more than against Ferguson Today it is said authUritively that the same action will be takjen here and no primary for Railroad Commissioner be held November 6 In this district Commissioner Mc Chord will be candidate for renomina tion for reelection and there is a de termined purpose to supplant him with Drewry The mention of Drewrys name was not taken seriously at first He has always been part of the machine and direct agent of the Haldermans in poli tics It was not believed that they could even with railroad assistance put Mr Drewry on the commission but it has recently been clear that all other considerations were to be put aside in order to make Mr Dreway Railroad Commissioner The Governorship the Senatorship party success are all Secondary to the success in putting Drewry on the commission- It is a herculean task We believe it to be impossible Mr McChord has had long experience in his position He has stood in the ranks of those who demanded more power for the commis sion but in the exercise of the power he has not been an extremist A re cent decision reducing local rates has been rendered and will have to be passed on by the courts The election will not take place until November 1907 Many things happen in a year Many alliances are made and new combinations are formed Public attention is now fixed on Senatorshipalld the Governorship but the control of the Railroad commission is more important than either or both of the other places Up to this time the contest has been made in the dark hereafter every ac tion must be taken in the open The people are patient but they are awake They see the power slipping rfrom them to the Bosses but it is not too late to resume it wea told what the liquor interests and wha t the State machine will do and what Lexington Bosses intend what theLouisville gang have decided but as yet all this is ten tative and problematical The basis of an agreement between the enemies of popular government has not been reach ed When it is reached that combine will find itself face to face with an am geredancj united people quickened to action by an awakened conscience The following is from yesterdays Evening Post At a recent meeting of the Democrat ic poliitcians of the city of Louisville and certain railroad representatives it was decided to withdraw Thomas Drew ry from the race for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner against C C McChord and substitute in his place John D Wakefield now a member of Paul Earths Board of Safety This was done with the consens of Drewry who is to get Wakefields place on the Board of Public Safety Drewry has been a candidate for the Railroad Commissioners nomination for several months and it was owing to the activity of his supporters in Louisville that this nomination together with the otherRailroad Commission ers nomination was kept out of the State primary As days went by however it be came more apparent that Drewrycould- not be nominatedt A final conferance was therefore called and Drewry agreed to withdraw and the name of Mr Wakefield was then presented and accepted 4 It is not thought however that Wakefield willgive up his place on the Board of Safety unless he is nominated for the other position His nomination over Mr McChord will only be possible by the continuation of an agreement said to have been made between Louisville and State politicians Wounds Bruises and Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like injuries before inflammation sets in they may be healed without maturation and in about onethird the time required by the old treatment This is the greatest discove and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an anti septic and wh n to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness and poisoningKeephome save you and money not to mention t e inconveni ence and suffering such injuries entail For sale by ev ry dealer in the Blue Grass Subscribe for The Sun 100 ynr t NEGRO MAN 1 iDROWNED Saturday Night In Attempting to Ford a Stream On last Saturday night Oscar Lewis colored was drowned in Three Lick creek in the northern part of the coun ty near Cbrnishville The negro had been to Harrodsburg with Miller Birch and Ben Divide two ft white men and on the way home drove into the creek not knowing its swoll en condition The men were driving double team a mule and a horse hitched to a road wagon and when the animals were driven into the water Divine who wasin the rear end of the wagon saw the danger and jumped out in time to save himself Mr Birch and the negro man were unable to get out and were carried rapidly into the main current Mr Divine watched the team and the men who still held to the wagon until all were lost in the darkness In a short time he heard cries for help and upon going down the stream a short distance found his friend Bitch clinging to a willow bush The cries of Birch attracted Mr Bob Shel ton who went to the scene taking with him a rope which was thrown to Birch But he could not use it or in other words he was afraid to attempt For five hours he remained in the water clinging to the willow bush begging piteously to those on the bank to save him All during this time efforts were being made to reach him but the swift current drove rescuers back Not until the water receded was he rescued Mr Shelton then swam to the man fastened the rope to him and he was pulled from the river more dead than alive He is now all right The colored man was found about one mile down the stream in a sitting position with his arms tightly locked a round the trunk of a tree The horse waS drowned but it is said that the mule got astride of a small log thus saving itself DANVILLE COOKS Have formed aSociety of Folded Hands and Refuse to Cook Danville Advocate Organized labor prevails in Danville and during the past few months those connected with it have been quietly banding them selves together for mutual protection so they claim So quietly has this been going on that no outsider in the city was aware of its existence until one member whd was quite enthusiastic over the success of the organization gave the scheme away but not in time to prevent trouble among the housewives of Danville The Society of Folded Hands has been organized in Danville and it is claimed by those high in authority that every colored cook is a member and has sworn to abide by the bylaws For three months the housewives of Danville leave almost been driven to despair over the inability to get cooks to go to their kitchens and work for any length of time if at all The situation has grown desperate in the past few weeks aod all efforts to secure a remedy have probed futile An organization among the kitchen laborers of Danville was never dreamed of and when it leaked out the first of the week that such a union prevailed in the city the women of Danville were horrified Who is the instigator of such aQloveon the part or the cooks could not be learned norI could arty of the high moguls of the organization be located for an interview One or two members were seen who acknowledged that they were members of the band but refused to give Qut 4 u1 any inside information whatever concerning this mysterious order It was learned however that the months of June July and August have been set aside for rest and that under a heavy penalty no member is allowed to enter a kitchen during these months Some have remained out during September and it is likely that they will stay it home until the wintry winds drivethem to work They can leave the kitchens and return at any other time They choose but during these three months they are required to fold their hands indolence sit around anrenjoy a life of HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Whoso bloweth his own horn the rtluchessWhososame shall not be blown at ally firstaschoollmonth and the newrePart books were given to the students Monday These new books fill a long felt want supplying as they do an adequate re port of the work of the student to the parents Many times the teachers are criticized because the parents are in no closer touch with the work of the stu dents and it was to obviate this that the new system of reports was inaugurated The reports contain all the facts of the life of the pupils in such a way that they may be easily seen The stu de sare manifesting a great interest and there seems to be a strong desire on the part of all to present a good record bn the end of every month i The next regular meeting of the Literary aind Debating society willjbenext Friday afternoon and an program has been arranged There will be declamations orations and debate There has also been a rumor afloat in the school that some music i would be on tap though of just what nature Or by whom has never been definitely found out There will be recitations by Parker Medley Ollie Barber Cleo Demaree Lyman Barber Leo Simms Will Waters Stanley Dawson Ed Lits y Allen Waters Mary Haydoa and one or two to be assigned The debate will be on the subject Re solved that heredity has more influence in shaping our lives and character n than education The affirmative will be given by Minton Cregor Nancy Tone Walter Clements Davidson Reed Bonnie Waters and Knight Han by The negative will have the sup port of John Claybrooke L D Walker Finley Scruggs Walter Royalty Hat tie Webb and Mabel Pri eIThe mjandolin and guitar club is CotIr tinuing engross the attention of the- students until the youthfnl aspirer to fame is Beginning to feel that music is the only road to his goal and that the mandolin or guitar is the only kind that leads directly in that direction Miss Ray now jhas a class of about eighteen though only about thirteen will play in doggingthey may at last be able to Persuade him by their much speaking All the members have received one leslronanoH in about two months they hope to be able to jet together and give the pub lie a sample of their articleof music The first of the regular monthly en tertainm nts of the primary grades given in the fifth grade room by the pupitejOf Miss Sallie Carrico Tie room was dec rated in excellent and the spee hes were given in a manner that showed much training on the part of their teacher Miss Sue Ray played on the guitar for the room and all present declared they had received a treat s4chas seldom falls their lot These entertainments will be given byj the teachers and pupils of the first five grades once a month the r the work by turns rooms11 The tops have cane the tops have Went fThe little boys their pennies t rTheCut off or shoes with holes therein repairForAtleast be caughtI SclioolrAndrule i All of the teachers with the lexc ion of the principal are takingmusic either on the guitar or piano or voice The teachers of the lower grades are taking vocal in order to be able te teach iin their grades Ai r BuDiirlbt for TJw SIHU flMi if yt 2 rHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1906 YELLOW FEVER Shows An Increase in flavanna And Maj Keene is Called to flghtThePest Washington Oct 1 American med 9bal skill and energy have been called ajqiitt o the front to guard Havana from a worse foe than the insurgents the yellow fever Maj Jefferson Xean medical corps TJ S A who has Been ordered to Havana from Wash ington and Is how on his way to re port t6 Secretary Taft will take charge of the sanitary regulation of the city According to advices received here tbythe public health and marine hospi tal service there is a considerable amount of yellow fever now in the Cu ban capital When the Palma admin istration tottered the sanitary service weakened Mr Taft was apparently quick to realize it for he promptly or dered Maj Kean to Havana because Ms previous experience under Gen Wood in ridding Havana of the mal ady during the American occupation 4 Tne fever is not so extensive as to cause alarm for the health of Amerl cans Under the measures taken by Hr Taft it is thought the situation will soon be entirely safe An Obstacle in Moving Troops The existence of yellow fever in Ha ana already is an obstacle to the rap id movement of troops from Gulf ports The southern states which were swept with a yellow fever epidemic a few months ago require that all vessels from Cuba shall remain five days in 0 fuarantine before entering a port Should an army transport after taking one detachment of soldiers to Cuba return for another it would have to wait five days before embarking them urgeon General Wyman of the pub lic health and marine hospital service is giving thought to this question In preparation for any request which may be made that he seek in conjunction With various gulf state boards of health an arrangement more expedi tious It is doubtful If the gulf states will waive their laws to any material extent and for this reason most of the opsof subsequent expeditions may lave to go from northern ports where G is more difficult to carry contagion Americanjtroops are now moving toward Cub Mobilization of the force will be at Newport News Va for the 1aist part although a part of the first expeditionary force to Cuba will be sent from New York and Tampa Fla Advices received at the departments of the military establishments of the government indicate that all is quiet In Cuba and that the Insurgents in end to lay down their arms No Serious Trouble Anticipated The probability is that United States Jbrces In the island will be landed only as a precautionary measure So far as omcals of the government here are advised no trouble of a serious kind Js anticipated but with instructions froniPresident Roosevelt hurried prep aratlons are being made for the send jng of an expeditionary force of the army to Cuba Tne first American troops jylll be landed at Havana next Saturday Meantime the marines and bluejack ets from the American fleet in Cuban waters will protect American interests nd support Secretary Taft the pro visional governor of Cuba In the pres jSrvaUon of order and the protection df fife and property Arrangements have been concluded not only for the first expedtlonary force to Cuba of about i5000 men but for a second force of equal numbers No orders for the mobilization of the second force of course have been Is wed but If the men are needed all arrangements have been completed for hurrying them to Cuba at the earliest possible moment HUNDREDS OF MILES Of Land Were Inundated in the Mis sissippi River Delta New Orleans Oct 1 Reports that probably a dozen lives were lost and that hundreds of square miles of land were under 18 inches of water during the hurricane on the Mississippi river ieiti were brought here The inun dated tract begins 50 to 70 miles be low New Orleans and II mostly Inhab- Ited by fishermen and dyfitermen Mes sages which left these villages Satur day night said that up to that time sever l persons were still missing The tug R C Velti which was tied up during the hurricane about 75 miles down the river took aboard 18 refu gees during the night Early in the night seven women and two men were seen nearly up to their armpits In wa ter which was running Inland from the gulf with sufficient force to cause them to dodge from trreeto tree to avoid losing their footing Cold Tablets Killed Her Geneva Neb Oct iFern 4year rfd daughter of Dr and Mrs J W uckett swallowed about 40 cold toGtets containing morphine and calo mel and died In afew hours She got Her hands on the tabets without the wInowledgeof the parents j Off For Cuba Norfolk Va Oct1jThe United States battleship Texas which had obeen hurriedly fitted put and placed in commission at the Norfolk navy yard jsaiied for Cuba carrying between 250 and 300 marines who had been mob ilized at the naval station here Accuses Superior f Manila Oct 1MaJ Ayers who is arrest at Ft McKinley charged fwfflT insubordination by Col Kings Ifuprhas filed charges against Co- bKingsburY accusing him of misconduct flrlth the wife of Private OBrien t J INTERESTiNG STATE NEWS t BANKER SELECTED HAS President of Kentucky phristlan Missionary Society P Louisville lCyPhe session of the prc1i1SlQedwere elected as follows B M Arn tt a banker of jNicholasville president of the Christian Missionary society over Rev Cary E Morgan of Paris Rev G K Marshall of Richmond vice president Bruce W Trimble of Mt Sterling sec retary The following were chosen to fill vacancies on the Stae Sunday school board J S Carpenter George tie Sehsra Joseph Burge and JS Hil fallowingijclety were elected Hume Logan president JK Bondurant of Padu cafl vice president William Hinton of second vice president C E Tate of tanford thIrd vice president R H iSjmpsoni of Lexington secretary lhe- j6vontion unanimously adopted a re port of the State Bible school commit tee that onetenth of the collections of the Bible schools throughout the state be devoted to support of the Louisville Christian Orphans home HIS HANDS Streaming With His Playmates Blood I SevenYearOld Ran For Doctor Central City KyRussell Malloy the fouryearold son of E P Malloy was fatally shot by a rifle in the hands Hanghlaniexamining the weapon in a stable and tried to put it back In the box where they found it The liarnmter hit he side of the b0x and the charge struck Mussell Mallbys sight side below his neck breaking the collar bone Young Hanghian tried to stop the blood with hs hands and railing ran from one office to another for a doctor with the blood of his playmate streaming from this bands Learning that the Malloy boy would die he tried to cut his throat with a knife saying If Rus sell dies I want to die too The chll jdren had been inseparable EASTERN SYNDICATE t Went Over the Ground for a Proposed Traction Line to Spring Lake Covington KyThere are indications that a traction line will be built tout of Covington as far as Spring Lako along the Kentucky Central railroad land another to Independence the county seat of Kenton county The infor jmatfon Is given by a party interested movement He said the surveys AStsoonicured those who are pushing the scheme will advertise for a franchise The party interested in the deal said he was also rtaln that the line would extend Into flnclnnatiI SURVIVORS Of the Battl of Franklin told aRe union and Choose Officers M ysville KyA reunion1 of memo jbers of the Sixteenth Kentucky infantry survivors of the battle of Franklin land the Tenth Kentucky cavalry was held here The following officers were elected President Henry Metcalfe Brooksvllle vice president Thomas A chaplainjThomasW Lynch Maysvllle treasurer and secretary C C Degman Sjprlngdale land assistant A M January Mays villa Maj AT Wood of Mt Sterl jing spoke The next place of meeting ils Maysville September 26 1907 BY A LARGE MAJORITY Kentucky Policy Holders Decide to Support International Ticket Lexington KyA large meeting of the policy holders of the New York Life and the Mutual Life Insurance companies was held in this city Representative men from all parts of Cen tral Kentucky were present Henry R Prewltt jstate insurance commis sioner deliv edan address He ad vocated the appointment of a commit tee to confer with the committees of other states and If necessary visit New York and then report to the Kentucky policy holders After much discussion the meeting decided by a largo Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need ofa reliable remedy for colic or Diarrhea at some time during the year This remedy is recommended by dealers who have sold It for any years and know its value It has received thousands of testimonials from grateful people physiciansresults It has often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a physician summoned It only costs a quarter Can you afford to risk so much for so little BUY IT NOW w i1 r majority to support the tickets selected by the International policy holders committee and to recommend that all Kentucky policy holders do likewise A committee of five was appointed to propose plans for permanent organization and to report at the meeting to be held October 12 FORTUNE TELLER Said His Wife Would Flee and She Did Lexington News Lexlngon KyA statement made to John W Frederick by a fortune tel lerthat his wife would leave him was made good wnen Mrs Jennie Fred erick packed her belongings and departed Previous to her marriage to Frederick nine weeks ago Mrs Fred crick was Mrs Jennie Gray a dashing widow with two children hailing from Flemingsburg Ky Frederick went to work early this morning as was his custom and as he was returning for breakfast he saw his wife and her two children driving rapidly away in a car riage Upon entering the house he found a goodby note on the table He says he Is grateful to her for taking the children with her KENTUCKY FRIEND Of the Empress of Korea Is Dead at Versailles Versailles KyMrs Elizabeth Greathouse 87 rears old died from in juries recelvedfby a fall Mrs Great house was the mother of Gen Clarence R Greathouse consul general to Japan under Cleveland and subsequently con fidential adviser to the emperor ol Korea Mrs Greathouse went to Seoul andwasan intimate friend of the empress of Korea who was murdered a few years ago When Mrs Greathouses son died the emperor of Korea sent a high tffi cial of his court to accompany her back to Kentucky i Negro Sat Beside White Woman Lexington1KyA race war came near resulting here when a negro en tering a street car seated himself by the side of a white woman The wom ans husband was sitting on the oppo site side and asked the negro to take some other seat when the negro gave him sin insolent answer A number of white men sprang at the negro simul taneously and threw him off the oar Says Rule Is Illegal Frankfort KyW B OConnell the only candidate against John B Che nault for clerk of the court of appeals has not paid his entrance fee to the democratic committee regula tions fixed for the primary require that each candidate shall pay his entrance fee on or before October 1but OCon nell says the rule Is illegal Not the Same George Fulton KyE A Allen received a telegram from Kansas City that his son George was dead and asking what to do with his body Claude Allen Georges brother and Mr Stovall his uncle wlent to Kansas City and on seeing the corpse announced it a case of mistaken Identity Calls a Primary Mt StellIniKyThe democratic 19th dis trict met here and called a primary election for November to nominate a candidate for representative The district only has one county Mont gomery Killed His Brother Richmond Ky Marlon Tudor was shot and instantly killed it Is charged by his brother Nathan Tudor a farmer near KIrksvllle The killing was said to have been a result of Insults to Mrs Tudor by Marion DOGS NOW HAVE APPbNDICI1j If He Limps or Has Faraway Look Send for a Doctor Philadelphia The quicker your dog can develop a case of appendicitis the quicker will your neighbors bo to acknowledge that he belongs to the fashionable canine set If he has a faraway look In his eyes or whines continually or refuses to eat or mot important of all If he limps in his right hind leg he has it all right The symptomsmentloned are those given bya prominent veterinarian and Ira dog has one of the habits ills said he may have only a slight attack of the disease but If he has all four then nothing but the removal of the offending organ will save his life Paratus the mascot of the torpedo boat Hopkins which is now lying at League Island Is the first dog In this city to undergo the operation to have Its appendix removed The operation on the dog was suggested by one of the surgeons at League island who gave the dog a thorough examination at the request of the jsickies who believed their pet was dying He suggested a ant geon who would take the caseand with all the care that would be shown to a human being Paratus was removed to the canine hospital Here the dog was put through another ex amination by a man versed on the diseases of animals who agreed with the J1vatsurgeon that Paratus waja a sufferer from appendicitis Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Subscribe for The Sun LOO year Dr 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A O McElroy Cashier e L B Cain A wt Cashier 0 R E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS B L Litsey J W Lewis J 0RaJno O Polin 0 B We grant every favor consistent 5 with safe banking If you have C not already an account with this U bank we invite your patronage o S eOOeOQOegeQOPQOQQ LELAND HUME Se r At Oea1 Mgr o Sunypnly No 91 825 p m 735 650cc 600 Daily No 42 525 aim 612 ice 655 745 U Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 906 730 Suny only No 90 715 a m 800 845 935 U T 11iD klrNoi tI 705pm 606 522r430j Daily NOJ44 r 100 pi in 220 1 ee 410 pm 545 p m t H4 OegeOO enOeoeoeOeaa 0 QnS n Chaplin Water j Power Roller Mills I eQr aIlEST FLOUR S lEST MEAL ITHE Q In Springfield andlTmany 2 other sections of Washington 2 county our brands are sold S Buy them and get THE REST 0 ieo OOOoooooooo QQele QQ Q Qoe YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURESYoti- needit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence o its won derful curative properties Drl Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi mouialscaming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast yeak This is a new salve having bees on the market about one year rand the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS Hodf enville Ky ooooooooooo The Daily HeraldA- ND The Sun YEARL 4 ii r j t t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1906y1 r Wt + i I + k ril Ij tt t t tfW i+ In the Future I will Do a Cash Business Allowing Libearl Discounts i i t Every Man Has His Price and ours is the lowest that good clean its coal can be had for We have it in every domestic size and there is only i one kind we do not kee pand that is v poor coal If you are looking for a ton + of 2000 pounds of all coal wIth no dIrt or slate to pay for our goods are entitled w to your order If you are willing to take a good share of dust or stone with your coal we must admit that we dont t carry that kindin stock Wanted Feed Stuffrt of all Kinds AM CONSTANTLY THE MARKET FOR OATS CORN AND ALL FEED STUFF WILL PAY THE HIGH EST PRICES J Ii I I PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIEDS AND FURS 1 1 I IPAY CASH1fii 4a I i MoIII iIIIIONESI ml i aj w tIZ4IZI + + + t1 FORETOLD By a Medium Was This Hatreds burg Woman of Her Sons Death Harrodsburg Herald Monday morning the sad news reached here of the death of Mr Thomas Bigger in New port News where he had been in busi ness for several years He was a son of Mr and Mrs J T Bigger of this city and his remains were brought here Tuesday for burial in Spring Hill cemetery He was one of the finest specimens of manhood that ever grew up herebrightgenial one of the best athletes in the state and a splendid example of physical and moral manliness He was a graduate of the Graded School here and also of Central University Prof C W Bell who pre pared for his college course says he never associated with a morel straightforward honest and studious pupil After his graduation he settled in Newport News Va and was very successful as an electrician 4 being employed at the ship yard held an interest in a bakery business and had re cently passed an examination and re ceived an appointment as a clerk in the postoffice rind it is regretable that such a promising career shuuld be shortened by death He had been ill about six weeks with typhoid fever and a singular and mysterious mostI garding his illness happened a year ago his elder brother Mr Clarence Bigger dieda young man who stood very in the estimation of all who knew him Some weeks ago Mrs Bigger while on a visit to friends in Louisville consulted a medium and this son in a communication to his mother told her that Tom would short ly pass through a serious illness A younger son Lloyd was spending the summer with his brothers in Newport News and on his return the mother questioned him very closely regarding his brothers health His reports tend ed to set her mind at rest but some days ago while about her household duties the vpice of her son Clarence who had previously warned her spoke out of space telling her the illness was upon Thomas and that a letter giving the particulars was then in his fathers coat pocket Mrs Bigger dropped her work and began to search for the letter but found her husband had worn the coat down town On his return she asked him to give her the letter in his I Ii tl I IN HAY J l him igh O pocket and atartl d he asked who had told her it was th reoIt seems that a letter had been received from Mr Lind say Bigger tellingl of the serious sick ness of his brotheland fearing to excite and worry s wife who had felt the other sons death so deeply he had kept the news of this last trouble from her But through the warning of her dead son the mother was prepared and supported in this last great hour of trial and the shock of his death was not so disastrous as it might have been had thenews come to her unsuspectedly He was twentysix years of age Fun eral services were conducted Wednes day afternoon at the family residence on Beaumont avenue at 2 oclock by Rev JM Roddy assisted b Dr M G Buckner The interment took place at Spring Hill cemetery under the auspices of the Odd Fellows One Bottle of Dr Cald weltsSyruf Pepiinused as directed will give you immediate ree lief from the- inexpressi bletortures occasioned y const- ipationand ant ills Continue the use of this wonderful remedy for a time It will soon set your system right when an occasional dose of it will kee your internal organism in the very pink of condition Well inside youre Well all over Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsin Is the best preparation obtainable for all the many ills and ailments arising from overworked or disordered diges tive organs It acts quickly and surely on the cause of the its beneficial are instantly perceptible effectsI It will cure the most obstinate Dr Caldwell Laxative Syrup Pepsin can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if it does not benefit you Your postal card request will bring by reture mall our new Caldwell Book of Wonders arid free sample to those who have ever tried this wonderful medy Write today PEPSIN STftUP CO MtHtUilU Illinois Sold by The Rid Cross Dru Story s Ii 1tr f Marion County r Falcon Mrs Eliza Vessells died at her home near Ray wick Friday She Was possibly the oldest person in Ma rion county having almost reached her 96th birthday j While skating on roller skates the pavement in front of the JMethodist church Monday Miss Nuel Doody daughter of Mr and Mrs M Doody elboVThsidered senous Mrs Moore agd 65 years died at the home of her daughter Mrs Joe Wooley in this city Tuesd y and her remains were taken to Merrimac Wednesday for- burial Mr Wm F Crews and Miss Exa L Cooley of this county were married in this city yesterday The groom is 20 years old and a progressive vourg farmer while his bride is a pretty girl of uponIMrs Kate Spalding tellon the steps leading to the milk house at her home eveningInow proving as rapidly afc could be expected under the circumstances The marriage of Mr A L Gibson and Miss Zelma Har esty was celebrated at the home the brides father Mr Sam Hardest in this city Tuesday After the ceremony the happy couple left for their home in PerryviHe Deputy United States Marshal Wm Blades arrested Sam Carr at BJoomfield Saturday charged with retailing liquor without license He was bronght to this city and tried before Commissioner C C Boldrick The prisoner plead guilty and he was held to the Federal Court under a bond of 150 in defaul- of which he wastaken to the Louisville jail Quite a crowd gathered at the race track Tuesday afternoon to witness the sport of two races The first was a half mile trot between four horses belonging toDr RoBards B W Phillips James Phillips and LaMotte Spalding i respectively Dr RoBards won first xtIy Mitchell F L Dant and Leonard Baker Mr Mitchell won first money and Mr Dant second Devils Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then I ArnicaSalve RuglesKylike magic 25c at C J Haydon druggist HAPPY HOLLOW We had plenty of rain in this section this Mrs JMLShields and son Earnest visited her j sister Miss Nannie Keeling at Tatham Springs Messrs Granville Brown and Elvian Snider visited Mr and Mrs M C Keeling Thursday Mr Thomas Sutherland and son Dud spent Saturday with J W Suth erland and wife at jWillisburg A large crowd from this place at tended Mr Luthqr Jenkins sale at Willisburg Saturda The school at this place is progress ing nicely under the management of Miss Maggie Smith The sick at this place are improving Mr Ham Leachnian and Misses Pearl and Flossy Armstrong spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Clara Derringer of Sharpsville Mrs Dave Derringer and two daugh ters Misses Clara and Card visited Mrs John Armstrong and family Tues day The tObacCO damaged by being house isconsideraOklY Mr Larkin hterrMrs Sam Montgomery and two sons attended meeting at Tatham Springs is prayer meeting at this place every Thursday night and Bible class every Sunday morning Human Blood Marks A tale of horror was told by marks of Wilta known merchant of Bac Ihadtakingpletely curedme and I have remained well evers nce It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Cojughs Settled Colds and Bron chitis and is the only known cure for guaranteedbyand 100 Trial bottje free 1 Ahead on Coal II tttw1entheW edo not raise pricep on eVeryi rumor ofa miners strike or a block on the Railroads 4F Not until the actual cost tous ad vances do we charge more and then n r the increase is afair one a 1141 L tI iJiJt b SPARROW Farmers are about through housing their tobacco which seems to be fine cropFrank Hedmon sold to Caleb Goff one fouryearold pare for 105 Thos Sanders bought of Frank Red mon one milch cow forJS15 R N Vowels sold to TTrank Redmon one milch cow for 25 Wm Montgomery sold to Thos Bur gin one suckling colt for 55 MontgomI rJ C Stewart bought of Wm Coul ter three steer calves at 8 per head Rev H S Olmstead closed a ten days meeting at old Fair Mount whicL he had been Conducting under a hickory trey Saturday Sept 15 There was an all day meeting with dinner on the Heart Weakness The action of the heart depends upon the heart nerve and muscles When from any cause they become weak or ex hausted and fail to furnish sufficient power the heart flut ters palpitates skips beats and in its effort to keep up its work causes pain and distress suchas smothering spells short breath fainting pain around heart arm and shoul ders The circulation is im peded and the entire system suffers from lack of nourishment Dr Miles Heart Cure makes Ystrengthening muscles I had palpitation and pain around wasIncurableMllesHeartcurethreeand three boxes of the Nerve and andfeeland It is all due to these remedies I want you to know that your medicines thefirstpats In my chest was gone and I kept quittakingBeldlng Mich byyourfaUheMiles Mediial CoEllihutlndr grounds There was a large crowd splendidfive hundred dollars raised towards building a church and 2766 for the benefit of the preacher Rev Olmstead is a very bright young man and preached the Bible in its ssimplicity He left the 16th for Odessa Mo where he will o attend school until the first of June at which time he will return to Fair Mount tp begin a series of meetings Those who attended the allday meet YHinesHillsboro Mesdames Sue Merritt and Maggie Scott Rev J A Sims wife and son Charlie of Willisburg Miss Jappa Barnett has returned home after attending the fair in Lou isville Norman Franklin has returned to his spendingWill Franklin of Blandinville Ill Jhere t Robert Morgan and wife of Law renceburg spent last Saturday Rand Sunday with the latters mother at place John Ric ardsbn who has been seri r ously ill of appendicitis is reported E be improving hisbedPROGRAM OF TilE f ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOb ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD AT WILLIS BURG SATURDAY OCT 13 1906t MORNING SESSION 1000 DevotionalRev 0 J Young 1030 WorkReWT1115 ByPastor Be Supplied AFTERNOON SESSION V 115 Song rind Prayer j 130 Address to Young PeopleRev W H Williamsi f200 SotoMiss Louise Settle 215 Report of Officers 245 How to Improve theSunday School Solecman i 1 315 The Sunda School and Temper fante Hon I H T wm 345 MIScellaneousi jfr PresidentiMiss SrI f 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAYS OCTOBER 3 190f SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance j ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher ritered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission theesaiLs as sec ndclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1 3arh h r 8e Year 100 Jtx 50 free Months 25 HT In writing to have your address changed paperiIt scat DEMOCRATIC TICKET J FOR CONGRESS BON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN T NELSON COUNTYi FOR APPELLATE JUDGE MON J P HOPSON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROBERT NOB WE ARE R BUKEDi IttJY tJW In the last issue of The Sun w printed the following editorial under this heading Gov Beck ham Its Up to You The Democrats of Washington coun ty are watching Louisville with much Gov Beckham put the lid on and the people applauded him But the lid came off Gov Beckham says he will put it on again and thats what the people of this county are interested Every day the question is asked by many of our countymen Will Louisyil1eThe r ity to do this If he has the authority certainly he has the power The State militia is at his command he is the commanderinchief And its up toyou Gov Beckham If you put th Louisville lid on in the next week or tightWashington e majority If you do not put the Lou on the people will feel tha you are insincere that you have been making grandstand play They will tajlieve that have made a deal as the Louisville Herald of yesterday charges with the whiskev element Louisvilles vote and Washington co ty will give from 500 to 1000 majority against you We have received quite a lengthy personal letter together with some clippings from a good friend in another county in which we are mildly rebuked for publishingthe above He concludes his letter thusly I am at a point where I am unable to ext plain whyiSO MANY articles unfavorable Sto Beckham have cre into your paper With dne exception NOT A SINQLE1 LINE UNFAVOR ABLE TO GOV BECKHAM has been printed in The Sun an that exception was a net but very uncomplimentary para graoh copied from the Boy le County Herald anti printed in our issue of August 30 h st Th Herald paragraph was printe- without credit or comine t which of course was a mistak on the part of The Sun Indeedaye co sidered the paragragh so unjust so unnecessarily vindictive that an explanatory ir Ulan issued andsigned by the edito of The Sun In our issue of September 5 a correction was also published in our editorIalcolumn The friend from whom we re ceived the letter referred to above expressed himself at the time as being satisfied with our explanation therefore we must conclude that insofar as the Boyle CountY Herald paragraph is concerned our friend is yet satisfied Positively there has pot been another line unfavorably to Gov Beckham printed in The since that mistake occurred Co sequently we are unable to un derstand what our Erie d means SO MAN articles vunfavorable to Gov Becjkham have crept into your paper Indeed we can not cor ipriifrend just what our good friend is driv ing at HoWever it i plain to 115 that he withY our utterance of last week Why be is dissatisfied hf faijs t6 say j r J j r J Certainly we did not intend it as antiBeckham thunder ahd we are sure that aiclose reading of the editorial will reveal nothing of the sort Re criticallyiand if you find a that misrepresents or for that matter ineany sway can be twisted into antiBeckham theIcolumns of The are open r a calldowni It is true that The Sun has print ednothing in GoV Beckhams fa yon neither has it printed anY thingin Senator McCrearys faV von Vet have said nothing either forfor against Hayes or Hager nor has there been anything said in the columns of The Sun either for or against any other candidate seeking the Democratic nomination before the State primary In family contests our policy has al utra1 However if waYsbeente of the editor of countyman seeks or a nomination for State office we support him Otherwise our policy is one of laying low and saying noth ingn Asa reward for this neutrality we have never been mad to puke over a plate ofcrow we have never had our Republican friends to fling stir own mean words blackat us and pra g never been our unhappy duty to twist back into line somersaultit into the land spotes with the spikedoils phsiiclans on thee other 51 e But do Rot understand us to mean by this that we wily refuse under all circumstances to depart from or disregard ithis rule If we think it necessary to fight a candidate for a Democratic nomination we will hitashardat himas weknow how In the cases of Gov Beckham and Sen ator McCreary we can see no need for combat from this sanctum Dewe decided for wjiich one we would vote some time ago but d eta newspaper people in print for whom he will vote tban it is for any other individual a pupe But lets get hack to our edit o rialot last week Thats the cause of the rebuke1 administered d by our friend Let us look at tills editorial n the light of reason and see if we can find anything unfavorable to Beck name The first sentence The Democrats of Washington ZviPtth Thats true we pan furnish the proof Certainly there can be nothing wrong aboiit the Lemo tdy muc h interest Thats just what the people of all Dolitical beliefs in ever county in Kentucky are doing sentencedt the lid on and the people applauded him No Governor of Kentucky no evenr received such general commendation 7 as did Gov Beckham when the announcement vas 1lad that he had put the lid on in Louisville Handclapping throughout the State so to speak Therefore- no objection qan be urged to that sentenceJBut the lid came off This is undisputed But the fact that the lid came off is no reasonof course why Gov Beck ham should be blamed Hecan not prevent crime fIe can only TRY to prevent it Fifth paragraph Gov Beckham says he will put it thepeoplen of There is nothing unfavorable to Beckham that sentence and we pass to the next Sixth Sentence 1jymanyham put the lid on in Louisville Anything antiBeckham in that sentence If so point it out Seventheighth ninth and tenthsentences The Gpyernor says he has the author ity to do this If he has the authority certainly he has the power commandheAnd its up to you GSv Beckham We deny that here is a single wordin the above sentences hos tile or thBeckhamWhen Gov Beckham1 said tha onlinself to do it Eleventhsentence If you put the Louisville lid on in th next week or twoif put it on good and tightWashington county will give you a nice majoriay We reiterate If Gov Beck ham puts the lid on in Louisville againgoodand tightWASH INGTON COUNTY WILL GIVE HIM A NICE MAJORI TY Anything wrong with that sentence r Anything in it unfavorable to Beckham But let us warn the Governor that he must not wait too long to put the lid on If he waits too mighbet porarilly on and that it is only a Ieto have been fastened down last Sunday or Sunday before last r etcbuJ it wasnt PUT IT ON IeT NOW Governor Twelfthsentence If you do not put the Louisville lid insinceretliatgrandstand play Whats the matter with that sentence Anything unfavorable to Beckham If so n should like to have it pointed out We do not accuse Gov Beck hamof being insincere far from it We only warn him that the Democrats of Washington coun ty are expecting him todo just what he has announced that he will dp It he does not do it they will believe him insincere they will believe he is making a grandstand play But they a waiting anxiously waiting the Governor to act Indeed the Democrats of Washington county want to honor Gov Beckham with their votes If he puts the lid on in Lo u i ville we honestly believe Wash ington county will give him practically a unanimous vote Thirteenttsentence you Hera have of arges the whisk element for Louisvilles vote and Washington nty will give from 500 to 1000 majority against you If Gov Beckham fails to put the lid on in Louisvilleif he refuses to make an attempt to put the lid on Democrats of Wilfthe not have sri ficient r believe that lheLOUIsvillea deal has been made by the Governor with Louisvilles not rious gang of boodlers and con ruptionists for the citys vote are true Itwill be a Waste timeia very very poor argu mqnt indeedor any of ins to try to convince tlivoterof the u truthfulness 9fa charge of th iS nature just bdcause it is made i the columns cf Republican news papers Unl ss more stringent more forcible argument yea unless determined action itself is in troduced into the case the circumstances will be c ing evidence the face of thin will show THE DEAL And we reiterate Washing ton county wiljgive from 500 to 1000 majority against Gov Becli ham As we have previously said the Democrats of Washington county want to honor Gov Beck ham with their votes THEY WILL horror him if he will u 5ea his authority exercise ins power asGovernor of theCommonwealJh to halt and quarter the most brazon gang of criminate that ever bu arded itself over a city in this nation l tkhe to If he has the authority certainly he has the power He is the Cdmmand erinChief of our soldiery And its up to the Governorl Clean up Louisville Governor l Beckham destroy the gangtheI dirtiest gang of unshackled crim inals in the nation and such a shout ofapproval as will go up from the people of Washingtcm county it has never been your pleasure to hear Vote for you Governor Indeed ey will They will shout atyour name emblaz oned upon it and from the hill tops of Washington county and in the valleys they will cry out as BeckhameBeckham Hurrah for Beckham And the Democrats of Wash ington county are watching Louis ville with much interest CC McCHORD f KfJ Elsewhere in this issue of The Sun is reproduced editonals from the Evening Post and Louisville Herald referring to certain issues that will be involved in the selection of a Democratic candidate for Railroad Commissioner in this district The tactics now being pursued by the railroads in the threatened effort to capture the Railroad Commission are by no means new to the pee nle of the district They are the same tactics adopted in every race made by Mr McChord for this important office After the fight made by the railroads in 1899 to capture the railroad commis sion and other State offices and which led to the assassination of Governor William Goebel it was given out by the manager of the railroads that in future they would stay out of politics having found it to be a bad investment iteseems there was neither sincerity nor truth in this statement Friends o Mr McChord have known for sometime that certain railroad interests were secretly organizing f fight against him in anticipation of his candidacy for this- officeThey did not know that they would be forced to show their hand thi early in the action and they will no longer be permitted to fight him under recover but upon the contrary will be witoh the people to say whether a railroad commission shall be nominated and elected to enforce the law or whether the railroads will be permitted to make theisr bidding Their plan has always been and will be in this contest to have a candidate from the city of Louisvill inasmuch as that city and Jefferson county constitute about onethird of the Cancyagain be induced to an pounce from various counties through out the country portions of the district and in case of a convention the effort will be to name delegates to attend the District Convention who will vote for representmf g importPant of the Rail road Commission of Kentucky The present Board has recently issued a thrifto of rates cutting down the loco mileage scale of railroads one fourth injuitioroagainst the in the Federal Court and a longdrawnout legal battle is imirient nWhy should the people desire to make Connmission reference to this district It is easy to understand why the rail roads should desire the change for the reason that there is no man in the State better equipped ndt only to dis charge the important duties of this injunctiongsfrom this district 7 WILLIAM R HEARST IIWilliam R Hearst was nominated for Governor of New York last Wed nesday Hearst is h man of millions and he spends money lavishly He is philanthropist He gives freely and often to the poor and his newpaper re porters toll about his gilts in the most glowing manner That is one of the secrets of Hearsts success He is a friend of the laboring classeshe is the hero of the laborer While his success in politics is due largely to the popular ity he has attained through an open purse it must be said that he is ener getic untiring in his efforts to further his own interests While it is charged by his wealthIand not is cause TTJLTTMoved t My Repair shop is now located in the large room on Main Street recently occupied by Carpenters Meat Market Come to See Me- I am prepared to do all kinds of repairing Have added a harness retV pair shop to my business J Pressingwill Geo B Taylor LTTLTJT success we must admit that Willie is nobodys fool Keep an eye upon Hearst The man who defeats him for Governor of New York will come out of the fight with his feathers ruffled with a bruise or so with his blood a trickling and his nerves on edge THE FARMERS INSTITUTE The Farmers Institute held in Springfield last Wednesday and Thurs day was not largely attended The very inclement weather prevented wefare sorry to say that a lack of interest was the cause of a great many not being here The institute was under the personalsupervi ion of Commissioner of Agriculture V eeland and was con onlysmake the proceedings instructive but entertaining It is unfortunate for the farmers of Washington county that they did not attend these meetings The subjects discussed by Messrs Davis and Miller were new and were handled in a logi cal manner It is said by not a few who heard them that if the farmers will heed the advice given it will be worth thousands of dollars to the county every year At an early date The Sun hopes to print in part at least the valuable ad dresses which were Heard by so few farmers on last Wednesday and Thursday MOORESVILLE Mooresville People Have Illinois Fever atIThe infant child of Mr and Mrs W 1F Green died last Friday and vas in terred the followine day at St Rose Mr Wash Montgomery sold a suck ling mule colt to Mr Mack Miller for 8750 It seem like some of our neighbors have Illinois fever Several will leave for there October 15 f The school at Maud has been closed on account of scarlet fever pie1nitOne of the heaviest rains we have SaturrdayJas Tobin and Mat Truax shipped zcarload of cattle from Booker last Sat urday shippedtofirst this season Messrs Eddleman Troutman Payne will handle it tluV season We wish them success j Mr James Wall sold two mule coltS to Mr Joe Wakefield one at55 and one at 50 n Mr Ben Pile sold a suckling mule colt to Mr Cull Cambron for 60 Several of our people will attend the show the 4th l Mrs James Truax and daughters Misses Ella R and Mary visited herI parents near Chaplin Saturday anti Sunday Mr Carl Yancey and charming sisters h Misses Lora and Cassie and Miss Arnia Wall visited friends at Willis iMrbusiness1Mrcolt to1 Mr Payton McMakin of Chapr lin for 65 t Mr A W Eddleman purchased a bat mare from Carl Yancey Price private Mr Fred Cheatham was is our midS Monday looking for a farmiMrs Hubert Eddleman and two chilf aiufMrsMrs Joe Bishop and children of Loutlsvlllelie Wall Mrs Albert Wall Mrs Fiord Sweeney of Illinois and Mrs Burnett Wall dined with Mr James Wall and family last Monday MrsJamesSallie Wall Mrs Albert Wall JrIj sweenyan4family and family last Tuesday Caution il Persons when traveling should exerl- cise care in the use ofdrinkin water As a safeguard it fs urged that ever ChanibertlainsRemedy before leaving home to be carl ried in the hand luggage This may YJIngdealer in the Blue Grass 1 t I CASHrFor cash4I t itit+ ime to doa strictly cash usigessr patronage IS promise you the best meats at the +lowest prices I Just Received a fresh lot of Sow Crout if- i1 GF CARPENTER tI l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER J I15cff IWi4f 4fV W Pattern i Hat 1 Display lohr I 3tvited Each purchaser of a pattern on opening day will beLtpresented it a pin + rrrrrs rSriiamsrrr r 3 41 w +T++ ++ + 3 Dr Jr Mit Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Piin GROWN WORK A SPECIALTY 1 All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs peEocMr Jno Cocanougher of Jensenton had two very fine calves killed by lightning last Saturday night FOR SALERadiant Home Heat er Used but little J L ALLEN Salt Rising and Cream Bread received daily HAGAN BROS Eld Waldens subject for his nex Sunday mornings discourse will be The Greatest Thief In the World In the evening The Unpardonable sin When you want a picture framed re member I make frames to order G B TAYLOR Mrs J H Wycoff has just returned from Louisville where she purchased a nice line of millinery and invites her friends to call and inspect her goods at Mackville i NOTICE All persons indebted to the late F M Campbell are required to make settlement on or before the 15th day of October Books at B D Lakes office THEO CAMPBELL Admr Anyone desiring the service of M Campbell to cry their sale would do well to see him before having bills so as not to conflict with any Pother sale dates ESTRAY SowOn my farm taken up about three weeks ago Will weigh about 200 pounds black witi white face Thos OBryan A little child of Mr and Mrs Drye of Marion county died at the home its parents yesterday and its remai will be buried at Valley Hill this after noonIPattern hats on display Thursday afternoon and the remainder of the week Miss Willie Knott aAll persons indebted to the firm of Jarboe Campbell must make settlement at once Books at B D Lakes office THEO CAMPBELL The Republican convention whi met at Willlsburg last Saturday for the purpose of making a nominati m for Circuit Clerk adjourned witho nominating a candidate FARM SOLD Thrpugh Real Estate Agent B D Lake Mr Byron Croake sold his farm of 158 acres betwe Valley Hill and Booker to Mr J Reed at 60 per acre During the storm on last Saturd night lightning struck nad killed six Edelenr on i the farm now occupied by R W Wathen LOST GLASSES A pair of gold spec tacles with hooks over ear betw Frank Montgomerys and J A Tux ers Reward 250 Return to his office or J Ai TUCKER Sylvester Smith sold his house todayhis farm eight miles west of Spri- tfield Wm Mobly for 1800 Will Moblr sold to Leslie Purdom and wife his farm for 2750 Sales made through McElroy Wharton STRAYED TURKEYS Tvyenty three turkeys20 young ones and three old turkeys strayed from my place nea agorue Reward JNO L HARMON Jensonton Ky Rev Ezra Sutherland who united with the M E Conference at Central City last week was assigned a church at Buffalo in LaRue county Mr Sutherlands many friends in this coup ty regret that he is to leave them but trust that he will be pleased with his new location c countyMedicalCourt House in springfi ldnext Monday Oct 8 Drs Thos Hunt Stuck r and Phillipp F Barber of Louisville Dr W W Hyatt of Willisburg Dr G G Thornier of Lebanon S B Crume of Bloomfield will read papers on typhoid fever JFARM FOR SALE Fortynine ac three miles from Springfield on pik e posalls le wants a small place Price r acre Call up oaf or write t- olB D LAKE Kf qttomWant houses one jgood frame house o six rooms two stock barns tubac barn seven acres capacity good toba farmtone100 acres orchard good dwelling out landfcto j R Connor Fredericktown Ky IFISCA CO1RTThe October ter of the Fiscal court convened hers ye terday In an election held this afternoon Dr Hamilton of Fred rickstown Was elected County Physician Mr Tine Cecil poor house keeper and Mr Sani Bottom poor house commissioner CORRECT MARKET REPORTS Springfield Market Bacon Hams 15c Sides 12Hc Beeswax 25c per pound t Butter 15c to 20c per pound a IOcDrtedapples i Ducks 8c per pound bwdzeLSper pound IFeathers45c i60 per pound Orain Wheat 0 c corn rJOc Oatfi 40c HidesGreen 9Hc to 10J4c ardll Per pone Lime to Slpo per barrel petiPotatoesCountry Onions 75c J r Salt 8145 and18 per barrel Turkeys10 per pound ofTallow4c per pound gallonris j clear of grease Vic tub washed Country Sorghum4Gc to 50c GeeseSSc a peace 29I50 CALVESExtra 8 00 HOGSChoIce 80 6 85 SHEEPExtra 4 65 4 75 LAMBSExtra 765 7 75 FLOURSprIng pat 435 0460WHEATNo 2 red 75 76 CORNNo2 mixed 48 35hHAYCh timothy 16 50 BUTTER Dairy v 16 00utTOBACCONew 6 10 23 75 CHIdGo WHEATNo2 red 729 73 CORNNo2 mixed 47 ifs enOATSNo 2 mixed 34 00lfNEW YORK 40iyCORN No 2 mixed g 5Gl- hOATSNo 2 mixed 32Y- PORKPrIme mess 18 25 18 75 LARDSteam 9 00 9 10 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red j 77 CORNNo 2nnixeU 54 5 t 37HWHEATrNo 2 red 73 CORN Xo 2 mixed b OATSNo 2 mixedi35 6a0 LARDSteam g 8 6 0this oldIxaiArcAeous 35lgDaily Herald AND SUN 200 f ci ooo OO OOQ Q I I Personal N tsIQ J 0 Visitors In arid Out of TowrvJA 0 t Round p oftbe Wee ks d Personal News 0 tFI oQooooooooooI Miss Fannie Smith was in Louisville a ewdays last week r r letsburgisMr Mimms rMiss Sarah Simms is the guest of her cousin Mr and Mrs Bernard Mat tingly relativesinMr Charley Tumey was in Louis ville last week on business LebanonFrIdMr J B Robertson is in Louisville where he will remain several weeks QMiss Fannie Whalen who has been SmithhasMrs I H Thurman spent Friday in Lebanon Mr Will Huston of Maud spent cousinMrs jficistheMr Ben Medley wh has been quite sick with fever is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Fred Manget spent a thissMr Ben F Simms was at New Haven Saturday on business Mr J L Barber was in Bardstown Saturday on business Messrs Wallace and R Y McEl royof Lebanon were here Saturday Miss Sue Sweeney has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to her cousin Miss Nannie Thompson Miss Effie Kimberlin spent several days in Louisville last week Mrs Harmon of Bowjing Green is visiting her mother of East Texas Mr J C Greene has resigned his position with Grundy McIntire and has accepted a position with the Sunn Brook Distillery at Coon Hollow Ky Miss Kat Lancaster of Seattle Wash waS the guest of Mr and Mrs d J Haydon Sunday Miss Mary Lee Simms spent Tues day in Louisville Mr and Mrs Dudley Wells and children visited friends In Taylorsville this week Miss Annie McChord is the guest of Miss Field of Louisville this week Mr and Mrs Cr Haydon were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Louise Settles of Booker vis daysthisf Mr Richard Kelly was in Bards town Monday returnedIBardstown i Messrs W T Leachman Gwinn Marks and George Robertson were in Bardstown last week Mr Wpodson Moss was in Louis VSIguest of Mrs Robert Steele of Louisville Mr Will Wharton who has beenI in Louisville for the past year the interest of the Geo Fetter Co has accepted a position its bookkeeper with Grundy Mclntire Miss Elise Durrett of Bloomfield who has been the guest of her sister Mrs M y Hyatt left today to at tend school at St Catherine Mrs Ellen Wright of Danville is 1visiting her neice Mrs J F Green Mr Teddy Wells is in Bloomfield week Mr J S Claybrooke was in Louis ville T esday on business Oases Rebecca McWhorter is visit IllfMrs B D Lake is in Louisville this week 1 THE HBO STORES li i CIothinElI I I 5 BargainsI We have just closed out several lots of ife1 and I sacrificeVprIces we bought them at There are about 100 M ds L Suits in all divided into 3 lots at price fromJ T ilfl I 5 J 98N IIand and will I r Our of HIGHART Clothing for Men will Ilready for your inspection in a few days Thisjis one of the finest line of ReadytoWear Clothing on i A market They fit right look right and giraraW teed to wear and hold their J II t I The RoberfsonClaybookf jr J cfriJ i j J 1 Mrs Durrett of Bloomfield is vis iting her daughter Mrs M W Hyatt Mr L 0 McCarty of Campbells ville has accepted a position as bookkeeper in the Peoples Bank Mrs SnodgraSs and baby of Union county are visiting her father and sister at this place Mrs Katie Williams spent last week studying the styles Mr and MrsG H Boone are in Louisville this week Miss Bettie Irvine was in Lebanoi Tuesday Messrs A Cunningham and H B McElroy are in Cypthiana this week Mr Joseph Greene who has bee visiting rela Lives here has returned to his home in ouisville Mr Harry Shader of Louisville was here Tuesday Miss Bessie Leachman is visiting friends in Louisville iMrs J W Lewis is visiting he Daughter Mrs Fred Marigate of Lou Isville jlirs W E Leachman who has peen spen in several weeks in Chica jjo and Louisville has returned home Mr J Bennie Wathen Was in Lebanon Dtonday t Mrs R W Wathen and jMrs Sans bury were guests of Mr and Mrs J Polin Edelen last Thursday Mr Bernard Smith has been ill for several weeks of grippe leavde nex Mrs Finley Scruggs who spent the summer at Eureka Springs Ark has returned here to spend the winter At the State reunion of the toJmorrwMcKinney Chapter No 1017 of Spring 7 WJe also have a few Lots of Boys Youths Suits which were bought at the same time we sell at about HALF THEIR VALUE Line be today shape field will be in attendance with a full representation The delegates are in Louisville today Mrs C C McChord is vice president of Mary Maris Mc Kinney Chapter which is named after the president of the State organiza tion Louisville Times LAST WARNING TO TAXPAYERS Your taxes for 1906 are due and the enalty will go on November 1 Under he new law which went into effect after November 1 your taxes can not be paid to me and a tax warrant will be issued against you by the county daysnto you of 18 per cent Come in before November 1 and save cost of execution ands Je J S OSBOURN S WCNOV 1 t TEXAS rMMiss Olive Sutnon of Brooksvill is the pleasant guest of Miss Lena Gibbs this week Mr Henry Arnold and wife visited the latters parents Saturday and Sun day Bob Sutton called on his best girl at this place Sunday afternoon We are having lots of rain at present Mr Purtfom Pinkstone and Less Keeling visited this place Sunday Miss Lena Gibbs has returned home from a pleasant visit at Rabbit Hollow Miss Myrtle Goode and Mr Less Keeling visited Miss Effie Edwards Sunday Tobacco is very much damrged in this section Mr and Mrs Jacob Kimberlin an daughterI1906 at their home at Texas Ky 998r Emmet McElroys Marriage JThe following is from the KansassL jffCityMiss Mar Atchison daughter of Mr + William A hisori and Mr Emmef P4 McElroy w0re married last evening at y 730 oclocK at the home of the brides aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs M fD Scruggs 2460 Tracy avenue RevFrC McConnell of the Calvary Baptists church real the The brits wore a beati whitmessaline laborately trimmed With yoke deep bertha and girdle of duchess lace Her oi ly ornament was a diamond brooch the gift of the groom She wore a full ength tulle veil and carried a bouquet of bride roses and valley litv ies The inaid of honor Miss Na4cy Scruggs wore a gown of white orgea dje lace trimmed and carried a shower bouquet of white roses The brid6 maids frocks were also of organdie but their bouquets were of red Meteor roses tied with crimson streamers The maids were Miss Buford Scruggs Miss Elsa Field Miss Mary Siiruggs and Miss Emily Davis of St Joseph Mr Joseph Robinson of Fort Wort 14rJohnwere the grooms men Just before the bridal party entered Dims Christine rtLoveBarnes played the wedding marches The ceremony tool place in the library before the jnantef which from Ceiling to floor had been covered with a fcreliis of Southern milax entwined with white roses Bouquets of white roses covered bookcases anjl tables Pink and while dahlias decQ ted the drawing room arid red Meteor r6ses were used in the din1 mg room A reception followed tli ceremony Subscribe tor The Sun ELOb1toiu Subscribe Jfor The Sun 1100pear p rI Taxes Must Be Paid rs t t Not L ter Than November iNSee Mr Osbournes p IWarning on Another Page PayNow9 Savevv Mor1J 0 X f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1906 it 11 iI 11 448IiJ t 1I a u c 1 BVDWLAKEtINSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE I i FARMSM I I Are Increasing in Value If You Want to Buy Now Is The Time t + Lt IFYOUiWANT TO SELL YOUR 1 FARMPUT IT IN MY- HANDSH Y 1 REAL MAN 1I I believeindeed I am sureI can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or adjoining counties Ihave a great many farms for sale good onesat reasonable prices and I am anxious to show you any one of them Remember that land is constantly increasing in value and there is h a buystarmpossibly half or more within a half a dozen years I honestly believe that you can haveafarms in every section of the and small and all of them are well improved I also have some bargains in town property See list in this issue of The Sun t f I i LET ME SHOW YOU ONE THESEFAtRMSIII l No 147 acres 4J miles from Springfield well watered good land good dwelling good stable blacksmith shop on farm rented close to school bouse and church Price 40 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre jNo 4255ilcres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass ready for the plow Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from timber oak ash hickory dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price 4 per acre 15 tR No 6205 acres 7 miles fr m Springfieldgood dwelling 3 to t bacco barns one stock barn all necessary plenty timber lots of good tobacco land wellwatered wellfenced good grass Price 35 per afire No7 175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling Price 20 per acre No 965acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber twohouses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 101 3 acres seven miles from 15 acres good M timber goodPrlarge dwelling on t 3750 Per acre t No 11220 acres six J miles from Springfield on good pike 50 acres timberask oak hickory and poplar and school convenient two barns two dwellings telephone in house well watered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 1590 acres one good six room dwelling tobacco barn j stable well fenced good orchard well watered 25 acres fine to bacco land most of farm in good state of cultivation 3J miles from Springfield Plenty good posts 25 per acre No 16196 acres 7 miles rom Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good Stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivatio plenty of water Price 30 o No 18174acres 10 mile from Springfield one good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from d pot one mile from school andchurch good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acrh tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two ood wells plenty of- springs fine orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings neW Price 50 fNo 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre r Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price THE countylarge A NO 1 FARM At a Very Low Price Thats What You Want I Have It YOU WILL- FIND PROPERTY HERE TO SUIT YOU HID LAKE IADVER 1 TISE EX TENSIVELY AND BUYERSi tARE FOUND H OF ESTATE J No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles Ii 1tfrom Springfield Price No 2121 acres 7 1000j 0 t barn young orchard fine 15 per acre No 231B91 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hole 15 t acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty j of water v Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bot tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barni50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 26 House 7 rooms in Springfield 2J acres of ground stable hen house smoke house spring in yard lot fenced in 6 lots CheaptNo 2770k acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobaccolfine well milk house hen house i smoke house orchard 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 L No 28160 acres 3J miles fifpm Springfield road from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30perI i acre easy payments 4No 30115 acres 2i miles from Springfield on room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar underhouse fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 milesfrom Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pik good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Pricei 1NoBardstown 6 miles frpm Bloomfield 10 room brick dwelling fine smallbarnrestof farm in grass brick tenant house gramery 2 story painteddy machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun ty for a hontE Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar Water in house and Hot and cold water alloVer roomLotI Itof best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 3749 acres three miles from Springfield stable and corn crib All outbuildings Orchard 10 000 locust post or more All the farm in extra good set of blue grass SPRING K FIELDt i fA 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 t l cf r tf t t r L i tl A 0 iIril I = j jliii ia ft lj iTliiliiit f t t y t t r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1906 7 x PENS MISTAKE By F FITZGERALD Copyright by Joeeph Bowler Mrs Goffcy stood in the kitchen of the Bush Hotel and fried eggs and Mr Goffey sitting at a table nefar the window peeled potatoes Then Mrs Goffey pulled a clothes horse nearer the fire on it was a neat tweed skirt a jacket of the same ma terial gaiters a sailor hat arid a pair of walking shoes a small size and well made Are the gents things dry inquired ifr Goffey meekly as he slowly and carefully removed the eyes from a po tato Mrs Goffey sniffed and repeated the question satirically An why wouldnt they be dry He got here dreckly after dinner didnt he An he giv me Kist cloes didnt he An I nad em afore the fire all the after oon hadnt I An you seen me take em to his door didnt you 7 emphasizing earth question by her vigorous actions round the fireplace Mr Goffey slowly put the potatoes into a saucepan and his wife began collecting cups and saucers on a tray Then he dont know about the young lady beln here Mr Goffeys discretionNo hr dont nor she dont know hes hera either an1 Ill tell her when I lay on the table With this Mrs Gooey took up the tray and disappeared into the next wenjtHopegot a chill miss she said addressing a girl who sat in a chair by the nre and who was wearing the aforementioned silk dress She looked up from her hook and perfectlywell withsomemeant to share the meal with her fot two cups were being placed on the table two plates two knives two forks Theres a gentleman stayin here said Mrs Goffey suavely an itll be nice company for you he seems a very genteel person I should prefer supper by myself said the girl coldly Inwardly she was furious Was she to suffer a prolonged teteatete with a strangera commer cial traveler of course Mrs Goffey looked at her in some surprise Im sure hes quite respect HIs Arms Wer AroundHer- able Coffey d never have let him in If he wasnt Goffeys aint the place where blackguards cometh ls with a toss of her head Hes a real gent Im sure wears a ring on his finger an lots of other joolery The girl shuddered though had she known it the jewelry wl h the ex ception of the ring was purely a flc TOleysThe It Is really very annoying twlshyou could make some other arrangement Is this the only sitting room in the house Yes it la replied Mrs Uoffey shortly and flounced out appearing In a few moments with the bacon and eggs the tea and some hot buttered toast Then the girl heard her go along the narrow passage and knock ing at a door at the farther end in form some one that supper was ready In the dining room The man was halfway across the room before he saw her face She looked up for he gave a sudden excla mation of surprise and then she flushed scarlet and rose In a nervous way her book dropping unheeded to the ground They looked at one another for a moment and then she said in a low voice How dare you ome But he did not answer and Airs Goffey entered with a jug of hot water Now you two she said briskly I hope youll be good frens The gentleman can sit here an serve the b cpn an eggs an the lady can pour out the tea quite domestic like and she chuckled If you want anythin jest rap on the table an Ill hear you Im jest in the kitchen gettin Goffeys tea She gave a surreptitious wink and then flfsap peared looking particularly knowing Whats to be done Pen The man I looked down at her Heaven snows I am not to blame What fate on earth could have brought us together on this day of alldays What the dev dlckV yourIBelthe next town but the rain was too awful for anything and I stopped at this hateful place If I had only known you were here Id have drowned myself rather than stop The man smiled It was seldom his appetite failed him but tonight he was sitting oppo site the girl to whom he had been engaged until three months before This particular evening was that before the day lixoJ for their wedding and thus strangely had they met He rested his elbows on the table and said quietly By the way do you happen to know what the date is Pen A jcarelesslyYou seem very cl ar about It He still looked at her Yes She certa nly was plucky enough It Was to have been our wedding day on the ninth I believe How are you goiig to spend it Here I think not I shall go on and meet the Caseys no matter what the weather is Are you sure they will be there Almost Pdss the toast please I shall get Goffeyii horse or what ever he calls that miserable strawberry quadruped outside and go straight on after tea and tell Fred Casey to come for you He felt that a row With Fred Casey would do him aU tne good in the world and was furious that Pen should be stranded In this waytYou will db nothing the kind thank perfectly you Ican take ft of myself Apparently you fght I trou ble you for another cup of tea please You are nit to go she said I am sorry to displease you but I certainly will go He pushed his chair back from the table slowly filled his pipe every action was so familiar she knew so weUl1 how he crooked his little finger as he pushed the tobacco down into the bowl now he would light it with a coal from the fire and stand with his eyes half closes enjoying the first tew whiffs Then uddenly he was gone Then Mrs Goffey came in to clear the table and presently she was alone by the fire hands tightly clasped on her knees tears in her blue eyes Three months ago How long It seemed nod how miserable she had been since H w her attempts at hos pital nursing had failed How ner at tempts to become an intellectual wo man and a power had fallen through How aimless she had been nd how entirely certain that she was in the wrong that her petulant temper was to blame and that she still loved Tom wasjustsome money and entire freedom and at present she loathed and hated that freedom A tear dropped on the white apron and she gave a little shudder of disgust that she should be caught looking such a fright She rapport on the floor for Mrs Goffey Bring me my own things please she said if they are dry I am afraid of spoiling this handsome dress of yours So a few minutes later she was In her own things againand seated herself on the floor in front of the fire At nlhe oclock Irs Goffey brought her in a glass of milk and a slice of cake Pen sipped some of tho milk and sur reptitiously poured the rest out df the window the cake she hid undjer a glass shade Half an hour later she heard the horses hoofs again and then Tom appeared Fred is driving over for you now he said He look d approvingly at her change of costume She was so pretty and her figure vIsso dainty Pen dear wait it a mistake Was there any doubt n your mind Lan things be as they were before I love you as much astver I dldl think more and Pen tomorrow was to have been our wedding dayY He spoke quickly eagerly there wasa queer un certain tone in his voice and ne stood awkwardly before her I dont know 1mi miserable and Im lonely She turned from him and leapt her face against the mantel piece but both her tone and attitude were yielding Those two lonely hours had dope more for him than the most eloquent pleading Well who can look after you bet ter than I Hecame close to her his heart was beating fast the defiant Pen was his own again But dear there must eno mistakes no misun decstanding this time If you take me now It is for goon and all and we will be married on our wedding day She smiled but he could not see her face Pray dont consult me about any arrangements making Pen dont jestLIt is for good and all this time pin I cans see you turn to me Ha laid a hand on her arm and then wha quick Impulsive turningdAh Tom was all she said fsweetheartdear old way If you could only know what the time has been like It was cruel of you girloft was cruel And do you think I have been so happy But her voice was indistinct for her face was buried on his Shoul derILook here Pert He raised her head tenderly and the saw how grave he was Darling jt Is really true and certain this time for I could not stand such a thing again I love you so that Tom she Interrupted if we ore to be married ldontIrt- nnt thins Ill 14iTUch chance ot doing It again win I Ft gBOIOK i- Brlf tt Drift and debt or thrift and a bank balance which shall it be Why be satisfied with the fairly good when you can have the best It costs more to produce certified milk but it brings a much higher price generally at least twice as much JoIWhen failure comes dont try to find comfort in excuses but root around to find the cause and then do your best to avoid the mistake next time The popularity of manure spread ers has grown so rapidly that it is almost impossible for the manufajb tut ers to keep up with their orders A good farm manager is one who can make the farm pay and to do that one must be practical thoroughly In formed on the scientific principles of farming and able and ready to doi a lot of hard workr Weeds in the fence corners and along the highway are neither sightly or healthful They should be removed to make place for grass or even flowers Only the mosquitoes bugs and germs would miss emi Let the dairy experts remember that there are good people left who never built a silo or saw a Babcock tester and let the horticulturists reflect upon the thousands who never made Bor deaux mixture or sprayed a tree Farm too small Give the case am othiwr hearing Do a little self examina tion1 Perh ps its the man and not again33esmall for the farm as it is so often Liquid manure contains a large per centage of potash and for this reason is particularly valuable for fruit trees Suitable catch basins should be provided into which the drains from the porjtlonup late nigh s figuring says that every drop of water falling on th mountain tops could be utilized ther would not be enough to irrigate more than ten per cent of the arid land in the west and physical obstacles snake it impossible to get water t even tills small portion The young man who leaves the far to welt his fortune in the city and ge rich quick as a rule follows a mirage which not only leads him On and onto the realms of nonsuccess but often results his moral and physical loolish boys why will they leave certainty for an uncertainty Why choose husks for bread Remember agriculture has always been one of the surest of callings and so it always will be- Willows often become a nuisance and it is desirable to clean them off the land Where not too large and deeply rooted a log chain and a team 01 horses will succeed in doing th work but if too large to handle in that Way they should be cut down and the roots allowed to decay some T accomplish this best the cSttin should be done In August Sheep and cattle are excellent agents to keep down sprouts and new growth from seed Initbe report just Issued by Giffor- Pinchot chief forester of the depar- meat of agriculture the receipts from forest reserves from July 1 1905 to June 30 1906 show a total of 767 220 derived as follows Sales 203 443 grazing 514086 7503 trespass 3224JanlI settl ment 2961 Under a law enacted by the last session of congress ten pe cent of forest reserve revenues mtis be paid to the states or territories i which the reserves are situated A dryfarming experiment station has been opened at Trinidad Col the event being celebrated by a ban quet biven by the chamber of cots mere of that city to 200 business men and farmers Addresses were mado by Senator Patterson of Denver Prof Carlson of Washington Prof Lelblch of Texas and President Donahue of the Campbell DryFarm ing association Prof Carlson said was for the people of Colorado to learn how to farm under a small rai failand to raise crops adapted t their climate and soil Prof Leiblch said the problem of dry farming depended on the rainfall and the proper selection of crops Senator Patterson beliejved a wonderful futu was In store for Trinidad arid state if thd experiment work was a success It would be worth more than mines mils or shops Farms do more to glvje the world good citizen ship any other Industry theiIf the packing houses of the far west can buy thousands of chickens from tho farms and keep them in their pos session but 21 days and during that short period feed them into almost double their weight when purchased and sell then again for almost double the price they originally cost why cannot those who grow this stock for the packers profit feed it into the best quality themselves and gain the greatest value therefrom Of the 9882690 appropriation for the agricultural department the au gets 1439240 the bureau of animal industry nearly 4 000000 and the bureau of plant indus try and forestry each about 1000000 Other sums are provided for animal breeding and feeding seed investiga plantdiseasesmology The amount for experiment station work is 974860 One of the subjects of vital importance to the farmer today is that of labor on the farm Tt Is difficult at present to get enough help to save th e harvests or to carryon farm domestic work AgrI cultural science will be in vain It crops must go to waste for lack of specialstudysolution T Here Is a story from the New York World which shows that the farmer are catching on to an amazing de gree Charles Francis a farmer near Medina Is using a patent cow milker operated by electricity matted from power plant five away The Ontario company has pleted a power cable from Niagar- Falls to Syracuse 150 miles and by its charter must furnish current along the route Farmers particularly dairymen are making great plans for using the current for all kinds of farmwork That Niagara Falls will be milking the cows between the falls and Syracuse is no idle dream Farmer Francis an ardent advocate of the electric cow milker for a boy of 15 milks his 32 1thelabor would for this same work require four men two hours not count ing the kicking cows the flies th switching tails and other drawbacks When planning the work for next year and selecting the seed which yo are to plant it will be well to remem Industryatas to purity and germinating power With reference to the seeds of cereals corn there would be necessity for thus seeking aid fro the department of agrlculture Suc seed testing could well be done at home But it is different with small seeds like the clovers and many kinds of grasses They are frequently mixed puzzltWhenfaceexeare sent 1 for ost meChansgermosed the bureau of plant Industry States department of agriculture Not testedtany calendar month pioneergthe work long before the national gov Coloradrhas profited by the system expensive though It has been is evident from the statement of Hon Frank C Goudy of Denver who says Irrigation has transformed many of Colorados once barren and arid plains mind mesas into prosperous aree always paper mated value of Colorados farm prod 0nets In 1905 was 73000000 which far goldlwas largely due to the supply of water fur nlshed by 12000 miles of irrigation canals The area of lands improved and under cultivation by irrigation in acresdmaytcome when in the east irrigation ihay be resorted to as a safeguard against drought and kindred evils ofeeulogizing of a r thisrs reachnman kind than she has yet dreamed of Here is the lay to the Hen Bird Behold The lien bird The modest mistress of the barnyard The great talker rise gabbler gossiper And producer of fruit The prelistoneOmelet The creator of the sunny side up The purveyor ot the rare delicacy Which accompanies Hamand ofItHardboiled iIsalute you Take off hat to you ohlidrenotinny times Fresh from the Stork they are Delicious But lying forgotten and In lSUS Peradventure Many days they are beyond eIbe enlightened inspiredheThat the mission of true Henhood rVhentOn buttered toast Fresh Every Uornlntr 1I yr c rH 1 rfIaj H t For Sale IDknownl Containing t i 136 Acres ton mile from Texas in good neighborhood e improvedGoodbacco and stock barn combined Plenty of water seedingprivilegeCall upon or write to t i I C L ItSPRINGFIELD KY L F DeNo 3 11 T TwPUBLIC SALEOf Horses Busies Surreys Etc at Boblitt Browns Livery Stable opposite Opera House SATURDAY OCT Qih Boblitt Brown having bough Mr fume s interest in the liv consoledate we will offer for sale t following Ope black horse i iyearsold safe anywhere one gray urone Brown horse 8 anywhere one Sorrel mare gyearsold fine saddle and harness mare safe for women or children one black horse 12yearsold will work i6handshigh anywherempyearsoldh1i or Besides these quite a number A of others will be offered andthree OneegearingII Bishopto r Gasoline f Engines I We have on display The Olds The Hagan FairbanksInternational The BEST MakesEnglOes f Come and See Them Run 0 J Neerhighland WELLS EROS fSPRINGFIELD i KENTUCKY 4 I THE SPRINGFIELD SuN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1906 IIn I iIfI MAUDW i A Newsy Letter From the Thrifty pillage On the Be chI That erstwhile political prophet over it Mooresville in the person of my friend W 0 E says he is making no more prognostications since the result of the local option election was so contrary to his Way of thinking Now I em afraid from what rumor says he thinks McCreary will carry this end of the county He is a former Nelson county boy and should be for Beckham Mr T J Settles is in Louisville this week asa delegate to the Sunday school convention from the Christian church at this place MrWm Huston who was out a few days alter an attack of fever is in bed again quite sick His friends wish him recoveryrMiss Mattie Andrews accompanied her sister Mrs Edith Duncan to Lou isville last Thursday to see a specialist Mrs Duncan has been inkoor healthr tar sbmeiime Mr John Virgin and wife spent the past week at Litsey with their daughter Mrs Tom Reed Rev Arthur 0 Rear pastor of the Methodist church has been changed to Covington for the coming year His people had become very much attached to him and his estimable wife and hate to give them up Frank Settles is on the sick list and unable to make his usual rips to Lou isville With his huckster wagon We saw a Springfield saloon mang o through our village with a load of whis Ity last Friday We welcome the day nhensuch will be stopped Mrs T B Flatgher and children upending two weeks in Fleming county wiBitingtierJkinspeople Our public school has closed on ac count of scarlet fever All cases so tar have been mild Mr Bob Sutherland of Chaplin was the guest of Miss Katie Wakefield last Friday Hurrah for J Rogers Gore for the state Senate We need such men in that body and eseciallyright now to help pass more stringent local option laws 414r George Thomas who has recent Sf been appointed by the Prison Com missions to a position as guard higone to Frankfort to assume his duties His family will shortly follow him They will all be greatly missed Mr Earl Arnold formerly our effici not mail carrier from Maud to Booker bias resgned his position under Sam andassumed a more me with Mr Pete Shehan to handle his horses the coming winter The base ball game that was to be at Wakefield Park between Willisburg and our boys failed to be pulledoff The visiting team failed to show up TOuch to the disappointment of our boyshitUeEloise Arnold was burned Sa- r urday evening by running against and Q upsetting a bucket of hot water that fcer elder sister was carrying Drepa tory to giving her a bath and the child having on but little or no clothing to retain the heat escaped a serious turnThe Modern Woodmen pf Americ- ganizede a lodge here last Saturda might with seventeen charter members Mr E E Wakefield who has bee jjuite sick for several weeks is now recovering to the delight of his many friends While the approach to the new bridg across the Beech Fork has notJaee completed yet we can useitas a foe bri dge and in an emergency it beats looting it For the amusement of the man Abaters these long winter evenings have appointed the nijrhtof the 8th organize an Annanias Club D Huston and M L Troutman are oppos candidates for the presidency Either would make a good one Come Sawn W O E of Mooresville PRATHERS CREEK W Rand Jim Kimberlin were in OanviJe last Tuesday on business if T Kimberlin bought one sow arid eve pigs from J D Yankey for 25 G H Christerson sold to S J Ya- kcy n three fat heifers at 3 and3c j ureek t G Ti Mayes sold one sow and ten t i s to Charlie Goode of Texas for W GA christ rsonsold toJrW Ed ards two suckling mule colts for 11 Youf250i Me and Mrs E R Russell of Mack alle spent Sunday with his uncle G Hi Christerson Mr J H Mayes who has been co ked tol his room with hay fever w u1htertis up in room soon be out auV r r 1 MissDaleyfTYankey is very with 1f IAthatyearWhilfarmer is meeting with many disapoint ments His tobacco is being ruined ands there is muchV of his corn that is damaged He capot cut any corn and thiswillmake Hifri late in preparing for another year f =TATHAJH SPRINGS LoDeath of Mrj John Richardson i Interesting Items From Tatham On account of the high water Sunday the baptizing was postponed and the meeting will continue until Wednesday- Mr M B Wells lost a valuable mare Saturday night We had a heavy rain Saturday and Chaplin river got on another high The iron bridge across Sulpher creek was washed away during the freshet Mr John Richardson a prominent citizen of the LoVe Ridge neighbor hood died Friday of appendicitis Th remains were laid to rest in the horn cemetery Saturday He is survived by a wife and three children Miss Ola Dennis of Hillsboro spent last week with friends here and at tended the meeting Miss Hettie Colvin of Sharpsville is the guest of her aunt Mrs Eliz Dennis Mr Garl Vall of Hillsboro attended meeting here Sunday Miss Ora Pinkston of Mt Zion is visiting relatives here Mr Frank Hard in of bxaSat i tended the meeting here last Wednes day night Mr Vallas Pinkston of Mt Zion was here Saturday Rev RF Adkins attended meeting 4ef Mr Joe Nicholson was in our midst SundayII Is The Moen Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes life in some form possible on that satellite but not for human beings whohave a hard enough time on this earth of ou especially those who dont know th Electric Bitters cureHeadache Bilious- neSs Malaria Chill and Fever Jaun DizzanessTorpidLiveKidney Female weaknesses Unequalled as general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged guaranteedby50 LOCUST GROVE Morane spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr A L Litsey Mr Will Thompson and wife h4ve returned from the city Misses Jennie Leachman Nann Thompson and Sue Sweeney spent se eral days last week at the Grunday 0 phanage Bet night with Miss Julia Leachman v stdnrais 14rstEdBirchMrs Will Merritt and children are visiting her father Rev Wright ne Shelbyville hoYat Valley Hill nMr and Mrs John Leachman were called to Fairfield last week by the serious illness of their jneice Vanarsdaegu o er singfieldt to h room with a very soe foot returnYfromtoa HLitseY and Tatum shipped a carload of hogs and cattle to Louisville last week Nothing to Fear The question of injurious substances in meoicines which has been a itatin the minds of many people does n concern those who use Cham3arlai havehesitancytheir little ones as it contains absolute ly nothing injurious This remedy is not only perfectly safe to give small gre1a51at reputation for its cures of coughs col croup and can always be relied up dealerinPaltJ His Fee 0Louisville KYHubert Vreeland denato r ol state paid to the ubcommlttee in charge of thestatej primary his en trance fee as a candidate be fore the primary illisis Busy KyGpv Becldiam can dldaie for United States senator spoke at Calhoun McLean county and Audi tpr C W Hager spo ep Whlt Davies county G6VB okham spoke at Morganfleld IBOUT THE FARMER These Items Will Prove Interesting A bachelor farmer is only half a armorGuessing Isnot good thinking neither does It result In good farming There Is no such thing as Inexhaust Ible soil as many a farmer has learned to his sorrow The day Is fast coming when the farmer will not only raise the crops but be a controlling factor In their sale and distributionerIt Is evident that spraying methods are nitiurchasingerally than ever before Talking about changing a womans opinion did you ever try to convince plantiues wrongi Here is a thought for Farmer Eas Going who lets many a dollar sfip through his fingers and farms perilously close to the debit side of the ac wiase men TThe experienced alfalfa grower bat In the field He rakes jt when wipe puts It Into cocks for curing and then bales It In this way the leaves jtre saved and a better quality of hay se cured than If the haywere put in tois stack and then baled later The Glory of the West The editor of Farm and Home bea rsin this tribute to King Corn to which o heart responds The rose may bloom for England The lily of France unfold Ireland may honor the shamrock Scotland her thistle hold But the shield of the great republic The glory of the West Shall bear a stalk of tasseled corn Of all our wealth the best Within the short space of 24 hours food materials consumed by the cow batarticle of human food At the same time about ninetenths of the fertillz trihe acow Is made ready and returned to the soil to assist thee farmer In the cropsdHere is Kansas flour and not corn thats in demand An Arkansas City Kan firm has jus shipped an orl to Amsterdam Holland of 2000000 pounds of flour The shipment was made in two installments the first going in July via Galveston and con taming 1023000 pounds and the second going In August via Newport News and containing 1089000 Rounds asiean or psirc d ing of the arsenic mines in Wales last year Parts green is acetoarsenite of copper Arsenic is the best insecti tide and constitutes the destructive part of arsenate of lead which has become the most useful spray for fruit and shade trees arA ratproof nest Is a necessity so where the rats are numerous eggenest is made is follows Drive stakes into the ground so as to extend about two feet above the surface Then place the nest boxes on these in such way that the bottom of the box ex leeerThe Importance of high Ideals has its place upon the farm as elsewhere Little Johnnie having in his possession a couple of Bantam hens which laid very small eggs suddenly hit a plan Going the next morning to tonr fowl run Johnnies father was prised to find an ostrich egg tied one of the beams and above It a card with the words Keep your eye on this and do your best There are no modern daIries in P sins according to the report of J C Kellogg of Colon and the scar ofcity of dairy products Is one of the tine upon careleto is sold at from 20 to 30 cents gold a quart and even then it Is of poor qu ity There are 15000 acres of pastu questds on and yet in the opinion of Consul K logg a modern dairy managed by an active enterprising and welltrained American dairyman would make a fortune for its owner in a very few years Stock raising too offers what Consul Kellogg believes a favorable open for Americans for beef is high a scarce even the poorer qualities se 11of ing for 20 to 25 ants gold per pound Torments of 1 otter and Eczema AllayedIThe intense itching characteristic eczema tetter and like diseases is i Chamberlains byslits re apringfieldI JENSONTON Owing to the carelessness of your correspondent our town has not been represented through the Suns columns for quite a while and as it has been sometime since we have had any Sun shine I will try and make it brighter this week by sending in a few happenings of ottr little town Mr J L Harmon is getting along nicely with his residence where he is having some new rooms built Mr Edgar H Cocanougher attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Johnie B the infant son ofMr and Mrs George Russell has been sick but is some better at this writing Mr Robert L Cocanoughor and family of Deep Creek spent one day last week with the formers patents near here Owing to the wet weather the farm s are losing their tobacco and their corn is beginning to rot sOur Jensonton school is progressing cely under the management of Mr Peter Miss Georgia Cocanougher spent Sunday night with her cousin Miss Grace Cocanougher Saturday and Sunday will be our reg ular church days at Beech Grove All have a cordial invitation to attend It protractythin month Rev H P Hatchett the pastor will be assisted by Rev Som mers Miss Flossie Isham is sick at this writing indA Lucky Postmistress Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has fouud Dr Kings New Life Pills to forkeepingperfect order YquJl agree with her thaturHaydon druggist Price 25 To Succeed Gillenwaters Burkesville KyProf L N Rich ands principal of the public SChool at G mallet Monroe county has an nounced his candidacy for the demo cratic nomination for state senator from the Nineteenth District to suc ceed T H Gillenwaters the Incum ent Two Colonels Fight Lexington KyCol Robert A Thornton the wellknown corporation lawyer and City Assessor John P Doyle engaged in a sensational encounter In the assessors office In the city building but were separated before se rloua Injury to either eres from Ahwahnee Cal a Yosemite stage was held up Mon byBrightRoosevelt and his party through the park on their visit there three years ago George G Gage one of the most prominent jewelers and watchmakers of Minneapolis is dead He was a bachelor and the only known relative is his sister Mrs C S Robertsof Dover N H AH quarantine against New Iberia La was raised by order of the state board of health Several hundred pounds of sulphur were burned to kill mosquitoes Peace day the f1st anniversary of the signing of the treaty of Ports mouth which ended the war between Allmof Portsmouth were rung Sick Headache Cured Sick headache is caused by derange ment of the stomach and by indiges tion Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and effect a cure By taking these tablets soon as the first indication of the dis ase appears the attack may be ward I1ForSpringfield vl l SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN r sutotr advortisouients of wheat corn oats and othe nntel1Llindsorted in another department Of the paper at very low rates aulLoYd Parrot near town has for sale of Red Phulse seed wheat asIllinois Central R AI I 38OQreLOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA 31106e1Proportionate low rates from other points Extremely low round trip Rates Louisiana Arkansas Indian Tentory Oklahoma land ridTexas on the first and third Tuesday month SpringsArkansas Through personally conducted Excur CaliforniaArizona addressingnF W HARLOW D P A Louisville Subscribe for The Sun LOO year it LAKES OVERFLOWS No 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike EarnWellNo 39102 acres good four room welling tobacco barnholds tenacres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plenty of 71milesacre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced aridi QuildingsfinewellNo 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles thisyearhouse at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one t n mulesBuggyperacrepoolwellbarngoodof mile from good school Price 1200 No 44Nice home in Springfield lot 70x350 feet stable coal aridyardB D LAKE 1Sprinfllldr t elel 8 Come to LaRue BuyjGood Level Land roadtoynvery nice seven room house barn 32x32 feetriCe house and other outbuildings good orchard This is a farm lies well bargainatofrailroadland partly bottom and not a foot of waist land on the farm 100 acreis of timber that will make a good payment on the place located in a good neighborhood near school and church plenty of water I have seen this same kind of land sell for 75 and 100 therestThisLaRue county has over 100000 ac eS of farming lands that lies well and produces well that is selling the p as compared with the same land in other countnes1 But LaRue county is on the longThe way Claude Hudgins Hodginville Ky Wit CALL FOR ELECTION f 7 STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct CountyCourtSeptThis day came GrWrGocanougher and filed a petition with twenty legs votersofthePottewHe Precinct No 7 of Washington County and moved the Court to hold an election at the next regular November election 19061 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highways in said precinct It is therefore ordered saild have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on precinctCopyClerk Incompliance with the above order CountyCourt Washingtonon the next Regular November election day 1906 for the purpose of voting in precinct as to whether or not stock highwayJ S OSBORNE S W C ELECTIONto STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyCourtThis day came P J Shannahan and filed a petition withtwenty legal voters of the Springfield Precinct No9 of Washington County and moved the Court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1906 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large precinctItSheriff and officers of said election Real Estate A lt 3 fk7t i placedonshall be allowed to run at large on the public highway in said prezinct Copy Attest W F BOOKER Clerkfwith the order given from the Washington untY ofSpringfieldton county that the polls will be tiondayprecinct as to whether or not stock highwayinJ S OSBORNE S W Cw CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyCourtThis day came W H Mullican and filed a petition with twenty legal voters ofWashingtonCourt to hold alt election at the next takethestock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highways in said precinct theSheriffwill open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at largo oi1thg precinctCopy Clerk In compliance with the above order CountyCourt Washingtonon the next regular Novembec election day 1906 or the purpose of voting in said preciiict as to whether or nor stock shall run at large on the SpringfieldPrecmctNo