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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 0 j bt 4fth nn1 iirr DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I 1 r tt i j VOLUME II SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OGTOIER 10 1906 t NUMBER 41 TABULATED 7 STATEMENT Showing Results of Lo Option Elections Un der Unit Law No More Elections Can Be Held Until December The following statement is given out by the Rev C L Collins district Superintendent of the Kentucky Anti Saloon League showing the results of local option elections held in the State since the county unit Taw became effective on June U 1906 The table shows the territory and population affected as well as the majorities DRY VICTORIES HJbun Square Popula Major ties miles enry 303 14620 1600 Washington 319 14172 789 Union 387 21326 1066 Li colic 326 17059 1269 Trig 481 14073 4J Hardin 616 22937 545 Woodford 338 13134 533 Simpson 190 11624 987 Trimble 132 7272 421 Nicholas 224 11952 811 Bracken 193 12137 56- 1Hancock195 8914 375 Edmonson260 10080 700 Meade 304 10533 1 Harrods Creek Precinct 4 111 Mt Sterling two wards- JNicholasville rt 2390 18 Mayslick Dist 337 Harrodsburg 2876303t 4 Totalsi4168 195099 10401 WET VICTORIES Georgetown J3t823 Nelson Dty4S4 16587 265 Russellville x591 67 Jeff Co Pcts 2000 Mt Sterling two wards Central City 1348 11 tTotals 434 24349 2343- f tate now sigh five of the 119 counties in Kentucky that have voted dry No more local option elections can be held until thirty days after the November general election So that the above list tells the story of the iirst round of campaignunder the county unit law Six or eight contests are scheduled for December including Todd Logan Lyon and Scott counties It will be noted that out of fourteen county contests the AntiSaloon forces have won twelve victories and the liq our forces two roores OlF Mr James Moo ville Was Sudden Mr James Moore aged seyentyhye years one of Mooresvilles respected citizens died his home atsuddenlyhat that place at about 11 oclock Mr Moore was in his usual health all day yesterday and retired last nigKt as death came asa surprise and shock1 to the commur ity He leaves a wife and two chil dren who have the sympathy of many friends The deceased was a member of the Christian church at Maud Fu neral services will odcur at that place this afternoon and the interment will take place in the family cemetery y Court in Marion Enterprise The grand jury up until yesttrJay afternoon had returned the following indictments Concealed dead ly weapons 3 selling liquor to minor 15 malicious cutting 4 assault and battery 2 working on Sabbath 2 sell ing liquor without license 1 petit lar c nyl gaming 5 Late yesterday afternoon the grand jury returned 24 additional indictments On account of the late hour at which they were re turned they could not be classified- T L Payne who sued the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company for 5000 damages Wednesday received a judgment foij 1500 Payne lostseveral fingers by falling under a train at the depot here several months ago in at tempting to alight The damage suit of Frank Corcoran against the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company was on a demurrer filed to his petition by the defendant r Capt T D English was fined 25 for auctioneering without a license He lives in Danville and recently cried a sale in this city MEADE COUNTY 16gES DRY VoteAcI Count The Sun received a telegram yester day afternoon from Rev C L Collins of Bowling Green announcin f that the official count ih Meade count gives the drys a majority of one vote It was announced through the papers that the election in that county which was held last Saturday had given a wet majority of five votes RECEN7STORM Very Destructive In the Sparrow Neighborhood OTHER NEWS FROM THAT NEIGHBORHOOD I On last Saturday a severe rain storm vis ted this section of the county Branches creeks and rivers were un commonlyl1ighand considerable damage was done Bridges barns smokehouses fences corn and tobacco being washed away and people forced to leave their homes in the territory along Salt river On Beaven creek the dam age amounted to several thousand dol lars We dp not know of any lives lost during the high waters John D Richardson died at his home near Sparrow Ky on Sept 28th 1906 He had beer confined to his bed about fifteen day appendicitis The in termenI took place the following day in the famifv burying ground near the home of hi4 father P Co Richardson Deceased wa about forty years of age and a consistent memberof the Baptist church He was arc excellent Christian gentleman a good citizen a splendid neighbor a1 kind husband and a devoted father He leaves a wife and three children five brothers two sis ters and his aged father to mourn their loss and who have our sympa thy in their bereavement Dear friends do not weep and sorrow as those who have no hope though he be dead we know he shall live again Mr George Thompson died at his home near Black Ky on Sept 29th of dropsy of the Jieart The interment took place the following day in Chaplin Fork cemetery Deceased was over seventy years of age a kindhearted Christian gentleman a kind husband and a devoted fatherin fact a model man in every respect He was ready and willing to help the needy in any way he coujd He will be greatly missed at home and in the community We would star to his children and grandchildren remember father and try to follow in his footsteps He is survived by a wife five sonsS four daughters and several grandchildren who mourn their loss We extend to them our heartfelt sympathy E V Martin sold ai nice fouryear old gelding to Dr A M Shields tor 140 Lee Case jvhp has been ig the Philippine Islands for about three years has returned hom- eTorments of letter and Eczema Allayed The intense itching characteristic of eczema totter and like diseases is in stantly allayed by applying Chamber lains Salve and man severe cases have been permanently cured by use Springfield For sale by Red Cross Drug itsI OFFICE OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONER A Most Important OneLogica Editorial From the Evening MR DREWRY DIDNT MEASURE UP RIGHT AND MR JIEFIL IS BROUGHT FORWARD j Evening Post The contest for the control of the State Railroad Commis sign next year will not be second in interest to the control of the State ticket The State is divided into three rail road districts The First or Western district is Democratic and the com missioner is Mr Ferguson The Second or Central district is Democratic and is represented by Mr McChord The Third or Eastern district is Re publican and the present member is Mr Siler Recent decisions of the commission relate to two subjects One is the throughrate to and from Kentucky towns which is made by adding the full local rates to the Ohio river rate The second relates to the local rates to Louisville from contiguous territory confessedly 25 per cent higher than rates from a like territory into Cincin nati no her question pressing for solu tion relates to the passenger traffic Twentyfive years ago therates onthe L N system varied because of the fact that the system was made up of Short and long roads built under varying conditions After consideration the rates were made uniform over nearly the whore system and reduced from 5 4 4J and 3 to 3 cents and the result t we believe has been satisfactory The growth in business had been very great in thei past twentyfive years and there ia growing demand for aI reduction In the East and Ion a large portion of the roads as far west asI Chicago the fare has been reduced 2J cents and mileage books to 20for 1000mile tickets In Ohio the Legislature has fixed the rate at 2 cents It is believed that the next Legisla ture will take up the matter even if the commission should not act in the the original charter the L JmaximumT Another memorable debate was held by the Literary and Debating Society last The program for the Af ternoon was varied After recitations ot which may be mentioned for excell ence of delivery those of Leo Simms and Lyman Barber the piano was brought in and Miss Louise Medley sang the Dream Afterward When the Bees are in the Hive was sung by a quartette consisting of Prof Colvin Harry Shultz Miss Mary Hayden and Miss Isa Colvin These two numbers were especially enjoyed as music is new feature to our enter tainments Hereafter there will be a musical program at every meeting But as was well expressedby one of our incipient orators in describing the events of the afternoon and coming nearer to the sayings of the Bard of Avon than he knew The Debates the Thing In one respect the debaters were handicapped Not one of them had been in debate before The that Heredity has more to do in shap ing our lives and characters than Edu cation Especially good speeches were made by Walter Clements and Knight a mile But it surrendered that right when it accepted the hew constitution beIchaser of the Monon road of which Mr Morgan was very tired There are indications of irritation on the part of the railroad representatives interested in politics at recent rulings of the Railroad Commission land political b sses seem disposed to take advan tage of this feeling to supplant Fergu son und McChord Drewry was first suggested as the best man to beat Mc Chord but the suggestion did not meet with much favor Wakefield is now the favorite with the opposition but another change may bed made before the convention meets Local candidates willappear with the flowers that bloom in the spring with the hope pf dividing- McChord support Ferguson will have opposition and Siler may also expect it One commissioner could not reverse the attitude of the board and the desire being to reduce it to innocuQUs desue tude it will be necessary for the political agents of the railroads to capture at least two out of the three districts Better counsels may prevai1and the railroads may con clusions with the commissioners before the people but leave their chuse with the court Furthermore it must be blear that lower rates for freight and passenger traffic are to come The abolition of re possiblei an m it inevitable Railroads ae ntt 4p be regulated solely for the benefit of the roads In resisting reductions the railroads are merely fighting for lIlt It costs less to make the fightJn the courts than it does to make it in poli = tics Indeed it costs less not to fight a reasonable readjustment at all hough that is not the view one expects he railroads to 7eyet HighkScho6i News y v Pupils Engage In Anothe Werting Debate No Foot Ball This Season Friday a a 111puzzle Handy qyI Noe1andtive and by Misses Ida McClure Hat tie Webb Mabel Price and Messrs John Claybrooke and Finley Scruggs on the negative The feature of the evening was Minton Crcgors disserta tion on the subject of negro honesty He declared that the whole race were thieves and liars and substantiated his argument by saying that he wouldnot soon forget the time he loaned one of the best of the race a quarter for he was still awaiting the paymentof it This traithe came from Her 11gestedto have much support however 1 ifOwing to the late h dismissal this year it will be impossible anythngwith football this ypar fodoIis a sincere disappointment o m the boys as there is much good terial for a team in the new members of the school The students of the sixth grade will give a debate Friday afternoon on the relative greatness as statesmen of Clay and Webster The young people have been working hard in preparationfor it l l n Iand a good effort may well be expected of them The students are taking great inter est in the lecture course that is being planned by the management for the year Especially the students who take part in the debates will find inspiration in the excellent corps of orators that has been procured Sudden Death Lebanon Enterprise Mr Joseph Raley age 75 dropped dead at the Brinton Hotel this city yesterday at noon He had just begun to cap his dinner and had taken but a few mouth fuls when his head dropped in frnntof him and he ceased to eat Several men eating at the same table noticed tjjat something was wrong amLwent to his assistance Before they could remove him however Ije had breathed his last RURAL ROUTES Out of Sptingfietd Have Under gone Some Important Changes On November 16 R F D Route No 5 will be put in operation out of Springfield The establishment of this route changes Route No 2 quite a great deal No5 carrier will go as follows Beginning at Post Office he goes Northwest to city limits thence Northwest to St Rose pike Southwest to Cecils corner Northwest to Thomas Wheatleys corner North to S T An dersonss corner West to County In firmary corner Southwest to Mclntire P 0 in a Westerly direction to Blin coe Southwe t to Gasburg in an East erly direction on St Rose pike to R P Blanfords corner in a Southerly di rection to the Osborne corner East to Shepherds Run North to St Marys pike Northeast to city limits Northwest to post office No5 will embrace the part of No2 which now goes out by St Rose then up to the Louisville pike via St Cath erines than to Clements corn r thence to Mcintire P 0 So No 2 ash altered will go as follows Beginning at post office the carrier will go Northwest to city limits thence Northwest oil the Louisville pike to the rL F Clements thencrWestto RiClean Msfatm thence Northwest on Louisville pike to Freder ickstown thence Northwest to Freder ickstown post office and return thence Southeast and South to the Murphy corner thence NortheasA ttf the Cecil co r lien S t to e tpi thence Northeasto the cfJ limits thence North to the post office Patrons of these two Routes should note these changes and have their boxes up on their respective routes on the morning of the 16th of November On October the 1st Star Route ser vice between Jensonton and Springfield Vas discontinued Texas and Jenson ton are now supplied by pouch carrier by Rural carrier No 4 On the 16th of November Rural Route No3 which at present only goes to Ravbourne corner will be extended to Mackville and thence back to Springfield Every Sunday in The Year s As regularly as Sunday comes a cheery welcome awaits you at the pringfield Christian Sunday School on the corner of Main and Walnut streets Sunday School begins prqmptly at fif teen minutes to ten oclock Our Sun day school has suitable departments and lasses fdr allold and young We endeavor by good fellowship and cor dialltyspirited singing earnest prayers short talks faithful Bible B udy and a variety of general exercises to please and help all who cozae among us eitHer as members or visitors Preaching every Sunday at eleven oclockands Peoples Popular Service every Sunday night at fifteen minutes to seven in which souls are saved and God is hon ored You will find a welcome here W P WARDEN Minister A C M TUM Y Superintendent Subscribe for The Siam LW pear l i V LECTURE COURSE For Springfield This Fall and Winter FAMOUS MEN WILL BE HERE IIChas A Towne Will Appear the Latter Part of the Month t We are glad to announce to the poe pie of Springfield and Washington cpunty that they are to hav the oppor tunity of hearing the very best plat form talent of the country in the lee tiue course to be given at the Opera House through the coming Winter The management has secured the following program the Hon Chas A Towne of New York Homer T Wilson C JI ONeal and the Smith Music Company Towne is recognized as one of the most finished orators in America ranking along with Bryan Beveridge and La Fbllete He has been in public life serving as Congressman and Senator from Minnesota as Congressman from New York and making the race as vice president with Bryan in the 96 campaign and he is now most prominently mentioned as Bryans running mate for 1908 While hislecture will not be political in the sense that he will deal with modern political parties it will be along the line of discussion of the important principles and ques tions now confronting the people We feel safe in saying that no man ever spoke in Springfield who deserved or will receive a bigger or better audience Wilsoifis known already to our been heard here twice by large and enthusiastic crowds ONeIcoinea recommended asthViMec of any platform orator and his lecture on Popular Fallacies has been fay orably received by the best audiences in all the cities in the country The Smith Music Company affords a rare chance to those who love music of hearing jn one evening the besi vocal aaA instrumental selections given by any company Each number is highclassed and costs regularly 100 and 75 cents for seats By securing season tickets patrons can hear all these Stars for The advance sale of seats indicates the best attendance ever given a lee ture course in our town and prove that fathers and mothers are apprecia tive of the fact that these entertain ments are instructive and inspiring to their boys and girls and that they are encouraging them to attend these rather than cheap shows of questionableis fluence The first lecture will be delivered here the latter part of October Season tickets are now on sale at the Red Cross Drug St- oreCUTTING AFFRAY At Mooresvilte Saturday Night V A Serious Affair At Mooresyille last sat urdly night a difficulty arose between Clean Cutsing er and some parties who were in the neighborhood charivariing la newly married couple Palmer Cheatham la attempting to separate the combatants received quite a severe cut upon the throat the cutting having been done it is alleged by Clem Cutsin er The wound was a ghastly one and at first it was thought to be very serious Dr Shehan of Maud was hastily sum moned and the wound was dressed It required seven stitches to close the cat The wounded man is now thought te be out of dangerCaution Persons when traveling should exercise care in the use of drinking water As a safeguard it is urged that every traveler secure a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DiarrbM Remedy before leaving home to be sried in the hand luggage This mqr pVeyent disiressinf iickneft and anney t Imgtdelay For vttle every ytjiMMfc Blue Graw t j rR It I 2V Till SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1906C q 1 I Tb9lf1iuc ii TOBACCO I BEING RAISEDd I Our Long Run Correspondent Corn Crop Damaged By the ISays Heavy Rams Four Cases of Typhoid Fever at Long Run in Sixty Years On the 26th pt last month Bro John aieKey left for Berry Harrison county Ky to assist Rev E KPike Methodist in a ten days meeting Ther has been but four cases of typhoidjtfever in Long Run since the summer of 1853 The hickory nut crop is very heavy Elie limbs are fairly bending with the precious nuts in the woods where the crop is usually lightest The ground is strewn with hulls that the squirrels I have dropped and the little fellows are having a fine time i We belieVe the corn crop this season is the heaviest we ever saw It shows s what Washington connty soil will tso under favorable circumstances We Save not seen a poor corn or tobacco field The farmers of our community are fetting discouraged over their tobacco crop It has been a hard year to culti rate and handle the weed I heard of one man who hauledout nearly five thousand sticks and another four hous and A very indifferent crop of tobac co must necessarily go on the market this season We believe too much tobacco is cultivated It is pur greatest prop almost everything is being qieglected Timber is cut away that more tobacco may be raised weeds and bushes are growing up over the the farms new fences need to be built and old ones repaired and outbuildings looked after We have not even time i lo work our county roads Boys are kept out of school and even church at i tendan e one of our greatest privi leges is falling off all because we are raising too much tobacco The sacri fice is too great it costs too much and We cannot afford it There are other things that need to be attended to and other crops of more importance Marion County Falcon Mr Nathan Sapp died from ale infirmities of old age Monday at Us home near New Market apd the interment was held ihJ the cemetery at that place Tuesday Mr Sapp was S4 years old and is survived by wo children his wife having preceded him to the grave several years ago The Farmers Institute that was to ave been held here Friday and Satur day was at the last moment post med indefinitely on account of the Siorse sale and the circus here on those days Mr Vreeland said the meeting was too important to have anything etract the interest of thl farmers fron it and that he would announce a later date as soon as proper arrange ments could be made Mrs Ben J Xuckett happened to a t serious accident at her home near Cal TOry Monday She slipped and fell in the yard breaking her arm in two Keep j Your Nerve It is nerve energy that runs the organs of your body The storage battery is the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cofd and from this battery nerve force is sent out through the system of nerves To keep the body healthy you must have plenty of nerve force if you have not the organs work Imperfectly the circulation is sluggish digestion bad appe tite poor kidneys inactive and aches pains and misery are She penalty You can keep the system strong with Dr Miles Nervine jBf assists in generating nerve energy it strengthens theI taerves and makes the system strong and vigorous I take pleasure In recommending Dr Miles to those sufferlnsT from nervous prostration insomnia and melancholy After several months suffering from above diseases 1 tried this medicine and found imme diate relief It soothes and strength ens the nerves chases away the gloomy and depressing thoughts and zves the sufferer renewed strength and hope It is a superb nerve re JUDGE JACOB BEEMANN Madison Wisconsin Or MU s Heart Cure Is sold by ur druggist who will guarantee that theflrst bottle will benefit If It falls Jw will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind C 4 This is a remarkable season it stan s out separate land alone from other sea sons Mr Sjleet Coyle savs this is the only summer since he can remember that Deep Cikhas kept runnfrg The samd might be said of many other treams We hear ofi a great deal of standing corn that is r tten ibrary Have we n IWhat books to supply yes and families as anything else we n for an agent to come along and pursuade up to buy a book we dont want or need but send anp get it ourselves Do our mothers wives or sisters need our help If so we should help them and see if we are not loved and appreciated more And they will soon look upon us as a saint a Solomon anda hero all combined Last but not least are you taking the Springfield Sun If not subscribe at once It will pay I will give readers of The Suna re ceipt for making leathers of all kinds soft and pliable thereby making it last much longer It was giver to me by backIpatent lei4hei oil Add to a pint of fish oil a piece of tallow the size of an egg melt and apply warm to leather that has been washed clean and nearly dry AJ Pike otthe Beech Fork church is being assisted by J I Wills in a meeting which began on the 24th of September The mail for Texas and Jensonton will be carried by Rural Delivery the Star route having been discontinued Sept 29 The Sun will shine earlier in Pottsville now places her collar bone and two ribs While her injuries are painful they ate not considered of a dangerous nature Miss Mattie Farmer daughter of Mr James Farmer of theNe Market neighborhood died Sunday after a weeks illness of typhoid fever SYCAMORE VALLEY We are havinfsome pretty weather now and are very busy Evan Armstrong is quite ill with ty phoid fever- Mesdames J T and B P Prather spent Sundav with Mrs J M Shields- J D Sutherland bought of W Sutherland one mare price 110 DW Crow and family and THomas Mcllvoy an family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs1 Marsh Keeling Mr and Mrs J D and Rev and Mrs W E Sutherland spent Sunday familyMesdames J S In man and daughter Miss Eva spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs J DI Sutherland WE Sutherland sold toJ H Settles two hogs for 24 withMrSLess Shewmaker and Mrs J S In man spent Saturday and Sunday in HarrodsburgRev W E Sutherland will leave Friday for Buffalo LaRue coun ty willimoveby Rev Sutherland Mr Suthetland will have a black smith shop in the Valley J D Sutherland sold a mule to Thos Everitt for 48 J M Shields sold two cows to Lit sey at 2J cents per pound J M Shields bought a nice cow from Matt Hilton for 35 Hattie and Less Settles spent Monday night and Tuesday with their cous ins Mr and Mrs tSleet Pinkston of Willisburg Declared Insane Lebanon Enterp se Samuel L Todd age 54 was t ied in the Marion circuit coyrt Wedn sda afternoon on a writ of lunacy aIdasiordered laken to an asylum for trea ment His men tat trouble only reqei tly developed and it is believed that he will recover A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander io Ciry Me who has fouud Dr King Ne v Life PiUs to forkeeping ithberifinfuse new life Guaranteed by CJ J Haydon druggist Price 25 J j pb ILLISBURG We have had so much rain in this vicinity tha it has ruined a great deal of the toba co crop and corn is rotten ing on the st ilk The contr tors on our bank building are getting long slowly on account ofj the rainy v eather They think they will be able to get the foundation laid this week Mr Smith of Owen county our cashier was here last week looking af ter the inter st of the building L W Jen ins and family left last Thursday f r Mooresville Ind to make their future home We regret to lose Mr Jenkins as he was a good citizen and las many friends at this place who wi h him andhis family well in their unde taking Dr S M Jrume and wife of Louis ville are loc tted at this place where he will prac ice his professjon We gladly welcor IB them in our town- S me hors buyers were here from Jasper Indlast week and bought several fine hors s One frQm Allen Rans dale for 20 i one from W S Gibbs for 185 om from James Cheatham for 150 and onefrom W T Wells for 135 The public jchool at this place is pro gressing nic ly under the management of Prof J T Prather anti Mrs Kate Shewmaker We understand that Mr Prather wilUmove to our town in the near future We do hope he will as he is a great educator p The sick near this place are all improving Allen Ransdale has rented the James Mcllvoy property and has moved in Miss Clark Blanton spent a few days last week with her aunt Mrs W S Gibbs at this place Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shirley attended church at Mt Freedom Sun day T J Trent and family spent Sunday with his sister at this plane The Union Sunday School Convention will be held at tljis place next Satur day Oct 13th Devils Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then I was advised tp apply Bucklens Arnic Salve and less than a box permanently RuglesKylike magic 25c at C J Haydon drug gist TATHAM SPRINGS We have had considerable rain The river and creek have been very high doing much damage to crops on bottom land The protracted meeting closed last w morning with about twenty additions to the church Rev Booth of Taylorsville assisted the pastor Miss Ota Dennis of Pleasant Grove visited Miss Addie Keeling last week Miss Hester Noel of Brooksyille spent last week with her sister Mrs Carey and attended the meeting The hotel has closed for this season Mrs Wornall will spend the winter in California Clarence Carpenter a little boy who lives with Mr Silas Burkhead near here has been ill the past few days but we are glad to report better at tnis writing Prof Sanders of Tablow was here last Saturday night in the interest of a singing school Mr White and family who have been living here for sometime in the house belonging to Dr Hatchett moved last week to the farm which he Bought near here Lazy Liver miseryand from youtt liver being out of order trying beliefall in a day or- twctare you deliberately neglecting the outragedNature believIngneqd medicine If you are thesooner you commence the ase of Dr Ca1ths11Laxative Syrup Pepsin the better it will be for you yourliveryourlivefisBoth you and your liver will be better livers than ever- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists ItdoesYour postal card request will brlnR retura mail our new booklet DRCALDWELLS BOOK OF WONDERS and fret sample to wonderLarsmody PEPSIN SYRUP CO IIIIetaiSold by The Red Cross DrugSfori Dr WF Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD K NTtJCKY Dental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office ovor Haydon Barber jB D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and tire best dividendjiaylnp company in the world Your insurance Drs RoBards Hyatt Office oyer McElroy Shultzt SPRINGFIELD I KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS j 7 to 9 a m i 4 to 8 p m Dr J C MuddI SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE os HAYDONs DRUGSTORE Office Hours 12Mto2P M Dr j H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 Dr WW Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTY ATLAW Springfield Ky WIlpractice in the courts of Washington adjc counties in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts C C lttbCUORD j ATTYATLAWI Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts ylD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in tne courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts or Appeals WIE SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington and and In court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYERI Springfield Ky BuildfngWill Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY IOPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In JasJ Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts All kinds of pension business BjXjoialty Have been in the business for thirtyfive years THOS J Graves CXXXXXX3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 3 MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY 8 IICXX5OOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention- Everycourtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 WBI Investigationiirfl s watchesUAi matter how little you suppose is the matter with yours bet I ter HAVE ME fIX IT 1A whole lot of damage can be acir1r l k and can repair them as they should be Bring me yours if ik it doesnt go just right t 71J1f IJAS J GRAVES JJ CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO mCORFOKATBD Long distance lines and telephones of r I this Company enable you to talk almost w anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern w Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Iand Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed i JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D Wcii President Jk Gonl Manager S cjr Asst Geul Mr lreesrs 1 ILL and N Railroad Time Table itIt Suny jai Daily Incoming Trains No 43 No 4L I Pim1ArrivesArrives at Bardstown Junctn 650It 906 522 ft Leaves Louisville ooIt 730It 430 Ii Daily Snny only Daily Outgoing Trains No 42 No 90 44f Leaves Springfieldu 535am 715a m 100 p tin Leaves Bardstown 12je 800U 220 1t410pmArrives 1JTHE SUN AND Both pa pers yr Bryans Commoneri175We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 Semi ly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 Farmer 150 1225CountryFarm and Fireside135Fa-rm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews325Lipp- incotts Magazine285400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Weekly435Sunny CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVillE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Son rancT daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three in the weeksixImonths 2 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 40- 0oIiDio oQoo oooo- a S TIlE FIR- STNatioBank 0 0 oF J SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY n n CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 IOFFICERS n B L Llteoy President S John W Lewis VicoPresldent 0 a A a McElroy Cashier S L B Cain Asst Cashier 0 B E Foster r Bookkeeper- S DIRECTORS B L Ltsey JW Lewis 5 aW D Clay brookj Scott Mayes 0H Edolon HM Grundy J tJmrO PolIn g- S We grant every favor consistent 5 S with safe banking If have S j noti already an account with this p bank we invite your patronage o S QQQQGQQQQ QQQ s ooo ooono S THE aJo a S 0 l I Chaplin Water t Power Roller Mills t MAKES THEi S 0 t a BEST FLOUR j J THE BEST MEAL I nj2 other sections of Washington 5 county our brands are sold S 8 Buy them and get THE fessT J 1 D B SUTHERLAND f CHAPLIN KY S 0Ioo0o00 onoooooQo Q QQ YQUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Yoaneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its Won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 t sti monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes DruiS1sI Hodfenvitle Ky 000ooooooo The Daily Herald AND The SuntONEYEAR1 Vl 4 200 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1901jvit ffj COAL COAL COAL r What I Want t plentyofmilki A good Tobacco Tenant with sufficient force to i cultivate 12 to 15 acres 4J None but reliable man need apply payIjJf e Ig e mar prices 1I What You Want Is a Coal House full of my coaL tisnot neces sary to dwell upon its quality The people know I handle none but the best ii EveryMan- Has7 His Price lJf r 1 Wfp and ours is the lowest that good clean coal can be had for We have it in every domestic size and there is only one kind we do not keepand that is coal If you are loo ittg for a ton of 2000 pounds of all coal with no dirt or slate to pay for our goods are entitled to your order If you are willing to take a good share of or stone with your coal we must admit that We dont carry that kind in stock t Long in the- Business gives this yard a deserved and popular uprightdealingcoal is why coal sold here is always in demand payforwhat we always give Leave coal or ders here and be safes hAhead On COal w i when the coal is purchased here We do not raise prices on every rumor of a miners strike or a bloc on It he railroads Not until the actual cost to us ad vanes do we charge more and then the increase is a fair oneI I AM CONSTANTLY IN THE MARKET FOR OATS HAY CORN AND ALL FEED STUFF WILL PAY THE HIGH EST PRCES s L LL M H JONESJt V COAL L COAL COAL COAL j 4 U i h Brief Facts Fourteen Doukhobors conflnea m the Regina Man jail absolutely re fuse to eat The police are compelled to force food through their teeth by scientific means Ticket scalping n Minnesota Is a business of the past The ticket brok e rs of St Paul Jftlnneapolis and tu luth against whom an Injunction was Issued some time ago directing them to refrain from dealing in cutrate railroad transportation came into the Ramsey county district court and the United States district court and prac tically admitted defeat The steamer Milwaukee of the Western line collided with the steamer Nelson Mills In the St Clair river near Sf Clair Mich The Mills sank Immediately and It Is reported tbreo of her drew were drowned To determine the responsibility of the directors of the wrecked Real Estate Trust company State Dankl Commissioner Berkey appointed Ias special bank examiners Ch rice M Vollum and Meyer Goldsmith expert registered accountants who m make a thorough examination of thj assets and liabilities of the defunct oncern Thej navy department has decided to concentrate all the battle hips in the rikvy on the home station and to replace those on the Aslati station with armored cruisers A Cablegram received froSecre tars Root stated that ho won d arrive at Panama on the Charleston on the 16th inst and would cross immediately to Colon 4 Ernest and Otto Neldhart age 13 and 11 years respectively were drowned while bathing in a small stream on their fathers farm near Kansas City Kan The national assembly of Panama a elected J D Obaldia first vice presl dent of the republic Federlcp Boyd second vice president and Rafael Aiz purp third vice president The third of the series of races be tween German and American yachts for the Roosevelt cup was Wen by Vim owned by Commodore jPark of the American Yacht club of New York The Vim was the winner of the second of the series The work of exterminating the cat tIe tick in the southern some of the western states is progressing sat isfactorily according to a statement made by Secretary Wilson During the combined land and se maneuvers at Co stan a a boatload of soldiers members of a battalion chasseurs was capsized while beln towed by a torpedo boat Eleven privates and one officer were drowned Capt John Lowe who served o ooard the confederate Cruiser Alabam during the time that vessel was Ing on the commerce of the Unite- States during the war of secession died In LI verpoo1rFederal officials lodged John Brown a land dealer in the federal jail at Ardmore 1 T charged with murdering M Swancy a prominent farmer at Loves Valley Brown alleges that he shot Snancy In selfdefense Orders have been issued at the navy department to place the cruiser Mar blehead out of commission at th Mare Islantjl navy yard California an to transfer her officers and crew to the gunboaJL Yorktown ernfbodYlngramme In dealing with terrorists and revolutionists has thrown the enemies s of the gov rnment Into a panic Dr Sheldon state veterinarian has discovered Texas fever In a herd of milch cows near Trenton Mo Three cows have died from the disease okAs the result of the new pure food law which goes Into effect January next the department of agriculture Is making preparations for the Increased labor and equipment Involved in to the figures Issued by the Union Pacific Railroad company i their crop bulletin covering the last halt of August Nebraska this year will have the largest crop of corn ever raised in the state The slogan one hundred million do lars for reclamation was brought b fore the Irrigation congress at Boise OgdenIKelsel said the west must go to co gress with the same mind He wool not he said Insist on this whol amount in one lump appropriation was willing to be dealt with and ha gled with a little President Rickard of the GoldfIeld Athletic club said Young Roos velt was not at the rjingside durin the fight nor has ho been in Goldfleld A lawyer of New York told Larry Sul livan that Roosevelt Jr was present and Sullivan announced It The Milwaukee Mechanics Insurance company and the fire victims o the San Francisco disaster hav reached aa agreement and losses ar now being paid under the safety fun law under which the Mechanics operates Wounds Bruises and Burns Byapplying an antiseptic dressing wounds bruises burns and like injuri maybeabout onethird the time required by grlatediscoveryfiery Chamberlains Pain Balm ac on this samp principle It is an ant septic and to such injuri causes them to heal Very quickly also allays the pain and soreness and poisoningKeephome and it will save you time and money not to mention intone ni ence and suffering such injuries entail For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass KENTUCKYNEWS FIELD l Golmpletely and Accurately Covered In These ColumngF f ry RELATIVE OP THE LATE GOV GOEBEL PASSES AWAY ATHfe HOME TN CINCINNATI Cincinnatiifirs Annie GoebeJ at Goebelof her lifelong friend Mrs Rosa Mee han at HaG Eastern avenue She was born In 1823 and was the second wife of the grandfather of the late statesman Arthur and Justus and sh was extremely fond of the three boys whose subsequent notable careers in politics and business she watched with pride and pleasure When her hair silvered and her vi tality was sapped by the encroach ment of told age her every wish was anticipated and supplied by the Goe governorhoweyerfairly Idolized the man When he fell underan assassins bullet the happi ness was taken from her life After his death she was a changed woman At the time of her death she was the second oldest member of St Pauls German church at Eleventh and Bankiick streets Covington and the funeral took place from that church NEW SET OF OFFICERSi Chosen By the Pythian Grand Lodge Meets in Paducah Next Louisville KyThe election of offi cersfor the ensuing year and a board of directors for the widows and or phan home and the selection of Pa- ducah as the place for holding the next ripcIparlodge of the Knights of Pythias The following officers were elected Grand CooingtonYoung Louisville grand prelate 0 H marshalataarms Saunders Franklin grand Inner guard W J HicsonNew Schoberthgand Seal JT Carter Owensboro Plumno directors for the widows and orphans termsdmet Qrr Owensboro two year terms Lucien Davis Hopkinsville and R M Hunt rl Nicholasvllle one year term McHetiry Rhodes Owensboro LEXINGTON GIRL Who Eloped With a Detroit Man No Sues for 30000 HadQr of a fashionable riding school startedsuit against her mother in law and brotherinlaw asking for 30000 damages for alienation of her husbands affections Mrs Hazleton was qt one time a society belle of Lexington and eloped to Windsor in July 901 and secretly married Ha zleton son of a wealthy lumberman of De rot Mrs Hazleton alleges her bill that the husbands mother and brother worked on his jealous by telling him that she dressed styl ishly so that other men would notice 1her Her husband she says Is now In Manitoba CARSisInto Kindling Wood and Several Per InjurednLouisville KyThree men engi neer and and firemen of the train and a clerk In the mall car were badly in jured and four other man clerIcs were passengereon the southbound L N fast freighnt anLyndon The cause of the wreck s ctoer of the train said t dingpyer passenger of way at the time when they struck it The engine of the passenger train threge cars rear Ing them Into kindling wood The s riously Injured are Fred J Flanagan n engineer Louisville about the chest not thought to be serious Charles anfIIegeedds Grove hurt Internally A Lightburn mail clerk Cincinnati bruised and shaken up toSHOT DOWN HRtyn Plnevllle Kyj Abe Scott shot and instantly killed J H Napier at A J Hie UIta Teagnessee re ceived by Messerte friends here that Messer demanded of Napier that things claimed to be owned by Messer he sent to them and that Scott was H sent to get the things arid take them to the couple Napier as ah4rt it working man and agood citizen There was some talk of violence but nol further trouble Is expected at i time i STRIKER OF TOWN CLOCK Crashed Through the Ceiling Sobm After Court Was Adjourned t Georgetown KyAs Judge Robert L Stout sat reading depositions shores ly after adjourning circuit court thoistriking weight of the town clock crashed through the court house oell ing startling the whole city The weather had affected the metal cable which swings this weight tort sisting of 1200 pounds of sera Iron hound In a box 12 feet long in the clock toweij on top of the court house After years service It dropped through the upper floor and audito rium ceiling tearing apart IBiincfc rafters Adjournment of court R averted a dire disaster i Shot His SonlnLaw Winchester Ky In a remote pelf tlon of the county Robert Shrout shut his soninlaw William ingram from the effects of which Ingram died The two men lived in the same house and quarreled because Shrout tried to gefi a couple of boys in his employ td fight each other for Shrouts amuse went i At the Horse Show Louisville KyAmong the srisftofcs In attendance on the horse shoW ark Congressman Joseph L Rhinock and hiss wife and daughter of itThey have been having a delightful time They will be here or sev days Judgment Reversed y Frankfort KyThe judgment of fefte iilvlI x others against the Louisville Water Co was reversed by the court of ap peals and remanded o allow plalntiifs to amend their petition To Open Lexington Home LouisvUleAfter a discussion lasfe thGrand I torwo open the Widows and Orphans home tp the order in Lexington Jockey Miller Killed Louisville KyJockey B miller who sustained injuries by a fall oft Dresden in the second race d eid at the University hospital His death was caused by a fracture of the base of the skull Jockey Millers home was in New YorktTo Name Labor Candidates t Labornname candidates for councilmen al dermen and members of the board W education A mass meeting will b held when candidates will be chosen Immigration Convention Paducah Kyrhe first Immigration convention of Southwestern convened here About 200 delegates from this section and Southern Illinois are in attendance Capt W J Stonei of Lyon county Kentucky was elected permanent chairman pled From Cocaine Poisoning Paducah KyDr W SJ Mullins iSl5UjJposed itiHiving Caleb Powers Case Georgetow KyThe cage of Qal h fortGoebelf in January 1900 was passed to the Februarj term by agreement of counsel Powers has beei tried l iea tseNew Trial is Ordered Frankfort KyThe court of ap peals reversed for new trial the case of the South Covington and Clnclix nati Street Railway Co against Ell n Core from Newport She fQCoreecJ 7500 damages tor injury Caused bjy fstarpngHuman Blood Marks iff Qfisliams a well known merchant of Bap agolhadand was near death when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It cord pletely cured me and I have remained well ever since TtcuresHeinorrhages Chronic Coughs Bron chitis and is the only known cure for guaranteedbyand 100 free t Subscribe for ThQ Sun LOO1e saSubscribe lor Thl S r 3 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER W t90iSPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY JUBBCRIPTieN ONE DOLLAR dttldvance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher 1aterellat tha postoffi e at Springfield for transmission through the ails as matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 100xTires Moths 25 IWTn writing to have your address changed always give the postof Ice to your papers youItDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS BON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN NELSON COUNTY FOR APPELLATE JUDGE HON J P HOPSON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY ICIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROBERT NOEw A DETERMINED FIGHTER J J stat this time it is very im oortant to send Congressmen of infiuehcemen who will stand for the interests of the farmer The bitterest fight ever waged in the halls of the National Congress will be fought to a conclusi- oduringthe next year It will be a fight between the mammoth trusts of the country and the peo c ple the plain common people We must elect as our Representatives men who have the courage the flint in them the determina tion to override all obstacles men who will wavethe peoples banner fairly in the faces of the corrupt hosts who occupy seats in Con gress for the sole purpose of ing about class legislation Eve man whoknows Mr Johnson the Democratic nominee knows him as a determined fighter as a man who will battle unrelentlessly for those laws which will prove bless ings to the people Even at this e legisJthe great tobacco trust will op pose it with its millions illgot ten millions of money But if we can succeed in electing to Con gress such men as Mr Johnson the allpowerful tobacco trust will become as helpless asa bubble in a gale Its efforts in behalfof class legislation will amount to naught and the tobacco farmers through their representatives in Congress will succeed in getting legislation which will guarantee to them fair prices for their crops and which will be the means of saving to the farmers thousands of dolt lars annually At Hodgenville a few days ago it was the pleasure of theeditor ofe The Sun to hear Mr Johnson deliver a speech During his re marks he referred to the nefarious work of the tobacco trust and offered some suggestions as to the best method of treating it from a legislative standpoint In no uncertain language he pledged himself to battle to the last ditch against this the most powerful perhaps of all the trust And those people who know him personally know he will do jti what he says ne will do Indeed we wish it were possi ble for every voter in the district to know Mr Johnson as we know him If this could be emph at ically there would be few votes againsthim t The railroads and the politi cians who it is said will try to defeat Hon CC McChord for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner have not felt the public pulse Its a Mc Chord pulse and its beating in ja manner that indicates strength fW t aJ COMMISSIONER McCHORjD AND THE RAILROADS 4IAnattempt is to be made to defeat Hon C C McChord for the Democrat ic nomination for Railroad Commissioner Mri McChord has committed the unpardonable sin of making the rail roads comply with the laws of Ken tacky He has been active during hit terms ofjoffice in an endeavor to compel the railroad companies t give to the shippers of the State just anct uit able freight rates and he has been very successful in accomplishing this purpose There arethousands of people in Kentucky today applauding Charlie McChord because of his de termined standin this matter of ad justin freight ratusIBEHIND THE MOVEMENT TO DEFEATAiR McCHORD ARE THE RAILROADS OF KENTUCKY Unquestionably they are behind it The railroads are powerful but they will find that they are to combat a POWERthe peoplea great deter mined mass of people who will demand simple justice and honesty There is not a more important office than that of Railroad Commissioner especially is this true just at timetland it behooves the voters to see to it that good and honest Commissioners are elected Mr McChord has been tried certainly he has not been found anting even those who at this hour are scheming to bring about his defeat can find NOT ONE WORD against hi with which to go before the voters His necord is clean his duties have been well done and he goes before the peo pie with a long record not one iota of which can be attacked In other words Mr M Chord by his remarkably clean record as Commissioner disarms the opposition and sends it out to fight its slna aanSlg aj r old make the char that Louisville politicians have made a deal with ce tain candidates for State office and that the vote of Louisville is to be givj 6nto these candidates in the coming State primary in consideration of which the said candidates are to deliver to the Louisville politicians a sufficient number of delegate votes from the various counties in this district to defeat 1ir McChord hrThe charge of the Post and Herald may be true It may not be true can not bring the charge because havent the proof to sustain it Bt absolute and conclusive evidence can be brought that the railroads of Ken tacky will attempt to remove Mr Mc Chord from the Railroad Commission Not because he deals unjustly witht hetY railroads but because he deals justly with the people Thats the grievance The railroad companies we presume want a Commissioner who will de unjustly with the shippers of the Stat If not why this attempt tip defeat Mr McChord This is the scheme A CANDIDATE WILL BE SELECTED IN LOUIS VILLE He will be the king bee FROM OTHER COUNTIES IN TH EaDISTRICT CANDIDATES WILL BOB yp When the district convention is held these candidates WIlt attempt to control their delegate votes for the railroads candidate Thats the program And The Sun warns the people that the most determined effort fiver but forth by corporate power in Kentucky to defeat a servant of the masses w be that which the railroads will put forth to defeat C C McChord But the failure of their schemes and the overwhelming election of Mr Mc Chord is already apparent Just at this time the people are watchful They are demanding that trusted servants be elected to important offices and it wilt be hard to con stVince thej intelligent voter that Mr McChord should be defeated The people will refuse to have the wool pulled over their eyes by a many sided contest The scheme is old the same tactics have been employed to defeat McChord in each of his Dili elsctions but his victories haye been emphatic r l Fall millinery elections and frosts are about due jiirdfeath ers floaters and falling leaves will be conspicuous But praise g tioodhessfit all Lij THE CASE OF SENATOR PLATT Senator Platt who for many years was the recognized boss of the Republican party of New York who lashed thousands into line with eachwhirl of his great political whip has met his Va terloo he has flunked flickered flinched thrown up the sponge and cried out from the deaths 6f his tortarefisoul for mercy A- WOMANa little flesh anda little bone moulded by the Allwise into the form ofawoman seine 1the life of the famous New Yorker captured the whales and left nothing xn the souls Great Pevilfishestrated at the feet of a woman His tinderIautumn suns has gone aglimmer ing and when she frowns his vvill Dowe becomes as pliable as fuzz before a keen blade how the impenetrable trated by these little Cupids bow He thousandsIindomitable will and which approached the tyrannical swayed and made them like backboneless things tremble before a woman and a poodle pup allows himself to be trapped byma creature in whose cranium could not be found enough grey matter to grease the tailfeathers of a gnat And United Senator Tom Platt hath fallen and the fall is mighty He the lionhearted becomes lambheartedrind a giant intellect becomes as a childs But let us hope that the warhorse of the Empire tate will again asserts himself Let us hope that he will tonic his shackleraround his ILL longgreen tobacco juice in the eyes of th poodle pup fling it through the window pull his wifes nose sponge the paint off her cheeks thenmake a dive for Associated Press headquarteis and have this telegram flashed over the wires to the reading world y Tom Platt as regained his nerve killed a- pooCllepurp CONQUERED assWstrong harttThe LaRueCounty Herald says The voters of LaRue county dunto do all they can to brim out the vote for Mr Johnson for Congress He is a capable man and a most estimable citizen in every aned y woulda book bf large print there is nothing hidden nothing to be inferred He will make on of the ablest representatives ou district has ever had He wants big majority and the voters should respond to that ambition by giving him their support an by bringing to the polls every available vote Last weekwe received letter from a friendan ardent Beck ham supporterin which we were rebuked for our hostility to illward the Governorin editorial the previous week This week we have received a letter fro another friend who is an supporter of Senator McCreary- in which we are raked over th coals for what he claims is a antiMcCreary attitude In the same editorial in which ourtfriend o antiBeckhaiathunder our friendof this week finds antiMcCreary vt Hun dere Now this is what we calla sho nuff case of ketchin it acomih1 an agwine erLittlg interest is being mani fested by Washington county vo ters in the coming election In other words the pot aint a bilin like weve seen it bile in other days but its very probable that the flames will leap higher the coals will burn brighter and the pot will get a move on itself be fore the performance ceases andc the curtain drops on November 6 t I L- 1 I THE BIG STO- VESClothiAg 11 BIII L II We have just closed out several lots of Mens and fJ Boys Winter Suits from a manufastuier at a great sac A rifice and we will give our trade the benefit of the low Ii prices we bought them at There are about TOP Mens Suits in all divided into 3 lots at price fromisr 598 79899B IJl These Suits are worth nearly double the price we ask for them It isnt often you get such a chance to r save this much money on your winter clothes Come fearly before your size is gone as thev are g l gfJt l We also have a few Lots of Boys andtCo Youths Suits which were bought at the II f same time and we will sell at about HALF lfTHEIR VALUE I Our Line ofr HIGHART Clothing for Men will tt be ready for your inspection in a few days This is one of the finest line of ReadytoWear Clothing on the 1 market today They fit right look right and guaran I teed to wear and hold their shape f I The RobertsonClaybrooke I Company Inc I I i r I er BRETHREN BEHAVE YOSELFS The Kentucky State Journal and the Danville Nevsa r e wrought peach against the other Pison pinted pithfork ery vocabularies have been jerked out of the darkest recesses of N Vebsters compilation of bitter ness and flung bacanfothbe tween Frankfort and Danville in a manner that would cause the gods ot battle to flicker and skee daddle to the ramparts Brethren brethren behave yoselfs But if you Wont pt us beseech willethanrhis sword h Hon Ben Johnson of Bards = fodr Congress from the Fourth district is a man for whom any voter of any politcal party can vote with almost the positive assurance that hewill never regret haying cast such a vote We rise to predict forecast or pro 1stigate that the State pri Tuesdaym betginning of the end of the State areetoonhard to get into and too hard to get out of in an unbusted con rnVhen tyrj Johnson takes his seat in Congress he may be de pended upoi to work for arid vote fore only those measures which he honestly believes will result in the greatest good to the greatest number of people The honesty conservatism the outspoken and open manner in which HonBer Johnson deals with measures and men have won forhim the loyal support of many voters in the district who disagree with him along some lines r IGeneral election Nov 6 j Democratic primary Noy 6 Dont forget Polls open at 6 a m Close at 4 p m Remember A woman out in Illinois is suing her husband for divorce be cause he refused the Demo nomination for constable in Republican district CARDWELL Mrs M E and M A Perkins spent Sunday with E T Perkins MIDIVlineHenry Caslow and 0 Gabbart traded farms Mr Gabbart gave a nice leg horn roster toboot G HHoliday bought from Sid Vo taw 25 ewes at 500 per head and one cow from Erastus Vo taw for 25 and some shoats sows and pigs but we failed to get the prices J A kyler bought from J T Rey nolds one cow for 25 R A Wilham bought at Jenkins sale Saturdayone sorrel horse for 159 one bay horse for 121 and from Mr Shewmaker one sorrel horse for 125 Dee Biker sold to Ott Br shier one bay horse for 110 and bought a bay filly for 115- Graham Perkins sold to Wharton Tapp one mare for 145 and bought a threeyearold saddle horse from J Rich Smith price private and sold to Silvester Smith one fouryear old horse for 115 one aged horse to Louis Salee for 110 hnd bought from John Coul ter one fouryearold horse for 145 W L Graham bug t of J A Coul ter one cow for X20 Telephone Graham and Perkins if you have a good horse to sell Nothing to Fear The question of injurious substances in meuicines which has been agltatin- the g minds of mdfny people does not concern those who use Chambarlains s Cough Remedy Mothers need have no hesitancy in continuing to it to their little ones as it contains absolute ly nothing injurious This remedy n not only perfectly safe to give small children but isa medicine of great worth and merit It has a world wide reputation for its cures of coughs olds and croup and can always be upon trfe by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Mysterious Disappeance Harrodsburg Herald C M Ballard an applicant for postmaster of Dan- Ville left his home at Faulconer five months ago and nothing has been heardi of him since He was working for N I Buster the well known farmer and stockman whose farm lies partly dayasoe of her turkeys were missing The fowls had often strayed away be ore Bal lard said that he would take a look for them after dinner and he started outm his shirt sleeves leaving his coat at the residence The turkeys came home that night or the next morning but Ba1lIardleft them five months ago and his coat still remains at the Buster home Bal lard spent considerable time in agitat ing the question of calling on Congress to enact laws moretavorable to the tobacco raisers and less favorable to the tobacco trust He was a staunch Re publican and last winter rode through the county seeking signatures to a pe tition requesting President Roosevelt to appoint him postmaster of Danville He got his signatures out in the county but made no special efforts to secure signers in the city After a petition of some length had been obtaind he forwarded it to Washington Then President turned down his application and as a result some say he sought a homein Canada or under some other flag than the stars and stripes Are port has also been current to the effect that his mind had been effected for several months previous to his disappearance and it is said that he had once beenan inmate of the Lexington Insane Asylum Some of his friends believe that he committed suicide In some out oflaie waY place but the prevailing impression is that he lost confi ence in himself and the United States when he was refused the postmaster ship by the President Ballard announ foursyears ago on the Republican ticket but i withdrew He formerly lived in Har rodsburg and worked in a tobacco wart house and was an expert in his line Youneedit THE SUN 4 w7 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1906 S Dr JI Mt Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Witty out Pain CROYORK A SPECIALTY All De al V Strictly First class SpriT neld Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes toayFORer Used but little J L ALLEN 4 W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky sold for GeoV W Miller his 100 acre farm located two miles from Harrodsburg to Robt Forsythe at 60 an acre FOR SALETwo good second hand surreys and one buggy for sale cheap WHARTON TAPP Salt Rising and Cream Bread received daily HAGAN BROS INTERESTING An unusually inter eating meeting of the Washington County Medical Society was held at the court house Monday atternoon Quite a number of interesting papers were read When you want a picture framedre membdr I make frames to order f J GB TAYLOR FARMS FOR SALEWrite WI T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you wantNOTICEAll indebted to the late F M Campbell are required to make settlement on pr before the 15th day of October Books at B D Lakes office THEO CAMPBELL Admr LAND SALEsB D Lake sold last week for S H Bishop 90 acres three and onehalf miles from Springfield to L E Ross at 2000 for Tine Cecil 61 acres to J S Mtidd at Cecilville price 1025 for Thos Simms and Wheatley 49 acres to J S Mudd at Cecilville FARM FOR SALE Fortynine acres three miles from Springfield on pike good house stable plenty locust posts all In gras Nice home lor anyone who wants a small place Price 30 per acre Call upon or write to B D LAKE- pringfield Ky All persons indebted to the firm of Jarboe Campbell must make settle ment at once Books at B D Lake office THEO CAMPBELL bYjtheLouisville Miss Mary Lampton of this place won a onehundred dollar certifi t cate on a piano which she desires to dispose of The certificate is good for a payment of1OQ on anv piano of the above Company It must be used be- foref October 23 JMr L D Baker sold two fine horses to Hudson Bros of Louisville last week Mr Baker also bought four horses last Friday in Jefferson county He recently purchased of Cainpbells vine parties the famous Red Bird a i horse wellknownin Washington county Mr Baker is lucky in getting this ani mal as he is unquestionably one of th best breeders In the State FOR RENTTwo farms one all bot tom land about 125 acres three ten rant houses one good frame house o six rooms two stock barns tobacco barn seven acres capacity good tobac co land The other an upland farm one quarter of a mile from town about 100 acres orchard good dwelling out buildings barn and tobacco land Will rent for cash for l907r Apply to J R Connor Fredericktown Ky FARM FOR SALEl64 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield goo small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 22 per acre A bargain for somebody who wants a place close to town B D LAKE DEATH OF CHILDA little daughter of Mr and Mrs T B Flagher of Maud died last Saturday in Fleming county of diphtheria where Mrs Fla gher was visiting relatives Burial occurred in that county The father aid mother have the sympathy of their Washington county friendsin the loss of their little daughter SUDDEN DEATHDr RoBards r ceived a telegram Monday announcin the sudden death of his brotherinlaw Mr C C Huguely at Hendersonville e N C The Deceased formerly resided at Danville where he had many war jn friends and quite a number of rel 4 tives who will receive the news of is death with much regret DEATH OF MR WAYNEMr Irvine Wayne died at the home of his parents in Lebanon yesterday of consumption haying been ill of that disease for several months Mr Wayne married Miss Alice Noe daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Noe of this place and was well and favorably known to the people of Springfield He wag an excellent gentleman anda devour Christiantbeing a member of the dit church His death is regretted by the people of Springfield and they tender sympathy to the bereaved wife and other re latives Funeral services anal burial occurred at Lebanon today WILL SHOW HERE Saturday Night October 13 Rarely in the history of the Grand Opera House has that building contain ed such a large audience as it held last evening picked and jammed to the doors iwas the condition of things tbwhen the curtain rose on the first act of the famous Brothers Royer in their new acobatic farce frc ic Next Door The piece contrary to usual farce comedies contains an interesting plot which runs through the entire three acts which abounds in novelties of the most startling order It is within bounds to say that no large spectacular and acrobatic event shown here has given the satisfaction that Next Door hasnot one idle moment in the play You wonder how so mlch can be done in so little time The sum of the entire production we say that Next Door is a great big suc sceneryImammoth business done here =Potte town Daily Ledger September 13 1901j LAST WARNING TO TAXPAYERS IjYour taxes for 1906 are due and the penalty will go on November 1 Under the new law which went into effect after November 1 your taxes can not be paid to me and a tax warrant will be issued against you by the county clerk and executed within ten days thereafter making an addidional cost to you of 18 Per cent Come in before November 1 and save cost of execution andsale J S OSBOURN S W C NOV 1 CORRECT MARKET REPORTS jSprlngfitld Market BacoH HlimslSc Sides 12Hc Beeswaxacper pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound Chickens Hens Spring Driedapples 5c per pound Ducks7c per pound Corn ea175c to BOc per bushel EggsIlk per dozen Feathjers4 per pound FlourJSJJOto 8260 Ginseng 750 per poupd Orain Wheat corn ttte Oate 40c Hides Green 9Hc to lOc Lard lie per porn i Lfme to loo per barrel MillproductsBran 80 shipstnff flOO per pounds PotatoesCountry 185 per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow 4c per poundIVinegar2iIC to WoolBurry and 14Jic clear of grease 20c tub washd28c Country SorJthum 5c to 50c Geoli63rc a peke- ta s t CIncinnatl Oct CATTLEExtra 510 5 40 CALvESExtra 825 HOGS Choice i 6 70 75I SHEEPExtra 4 60 4 LAMBSExtra 7 60 60eCORNNo 2 mixed 4- 9OATSNo 2 mixed 7 36 RYENo 2 choice 68 70 HAYCh timothy tS 16 50 16fPOTATOESNew r 2 00 2 2 25 TOBACCONew 10 23 75 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 ted 71 721 CORNNo 2 mixed 461 OATSNo 2 mixed 33 ys PORK Prime mess 16 50 LARD Steam or g S 95 NEW YORK FLOUR Win pat 435 4 40 WHEAT No 2 red 79 56dPORK Prime mess 18 25 1875 LARDSteam 9 00 g 9 10 BALTIMORE WTIEAT No 2 red 7H CORNNo 2 mixed 54 54 5 OATSNo 2 mixed 37 371 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 73 CORNNo2 mixed tg 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 36 PORKPrime mess 1650 LARD Steam 850 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLE Prime 5 15 g 535 HOGSChoice 40 6 Sick Headache Cured derangegtion Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and ef feet a cure By taking these tablets as soon as the first indication of the dis rd waam For sale by Red Cross Drug Store Springfield oeoeo oeoeoeoeoe egeoeoe naNotes QeaGreIn and Out of TownA 0 J Round Up of the Weeks a Personal News4 0oeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeOeoeoeoe LouisvilleMr aid Mrs H S Towier and daughter Lillian have returned home after a ten days stay in Henderson Mrs G C Wharton has returned home after aweeks visit to Mrs Robert Steele of Louisville Mrs Louis Rogers was in Louis ville Friday Mr W E Selecmanandson Will were in Lebanon Thursday and Fridaya Mrs M W Ay att spent Friday in Louisville t Misses Myrt Bessie and Pearl Campbell returned home Fr daY from Hendersonville NtC wh re they have been for Miss Bessies health 4 Mr J W Lewis spent Friday and Saturday in Lebanon Mrs H C Nelson was n Louisville last week Miss Pearl Conner is in Louisville this week Miss Maud Marcum has returned to her home in Catlettsburg after afvisit to her cousin Mr Mims Messrs Bob Bland and Logan BoaI ley of Lebanon were berg Sunday Misses Ada Wood Julia Stocker Messrs Ferdand John Spalding of Bardstown spent Sunday here Mr J I Wimsatt has returned from a business trip South Miss Adelaide Kelly of Crescent Hil is the guest of Miss Althaire- M ley Mr Roy Fenwick of Lebanon wai here Sunday Mrs George Medley and daughter Mi s AltKaite were in Louisville Fri daj Miss Mary Gleason has returned hon ic after a Visit to relatives in Lou isv lie Mr Will Able of Lebanon was her j yesterday Mr Robert Marks was in Lebanon Tuesday Miss Sarah Simms is the guest of her aunt Mrs R H Edelen of Bards tow n Mr and Mrs Charlie Noe were call d to Lebanon by the illness of Mr Wayne Mr Wm G Roberts was in Leb ano i yesterday Mrs T A Medley of Owensboro is v siting her mother Mrs Geo Med ley Mr Henry Edelen of Bardstown was here yesterday LouIsvillMrs Jno W Lewis has returned from Louisville where she had been visiting her daughter Mrs Lizzie Bevil of Cleveland spent Monday with Mrs Jane Willitt Miss Lizzie Hoskins is the guest of Misses Nora and Sallie Hart of Bards town Mrs Lum Abel of Lebanon was here Monday Mrs Mag Parrott is visiting her brother Mr John Ed Kelly of Louis ville Dr JN Shaunty of Perryville attended the Doctors meeting here Monday evening Miss Margret Shader has returned homefr04a visit to relatives in Louis =Mr W Louisvillerthis week on Dr Earnest Grume was in town Monday Mrs Lula Kelly is the guest of relatives in Louisville Miss Ellen Waters has returned home from a months visit to her sister Mrs Bondurant of Louisville Mr Thos Miller of Willisburg is in Louisville serving upon the grand jury in the United States court Mrs T Dudley Wells is illof typhoid fever Her condition at this time is not considered dangerous and her many friends hope that her illness will not be so serious Mrs J A Shader has returned home from a visit to her daughte Mrs George Greene of Louisville Master Bobby Shultz entertained the following at birthday dinner Mon day those present wereMessers Cnar les Scruggs Booker and Downing Rob ertson Roger Martin and Ray Thur man Rev Ezra Sutherland of the Hills boro section left this week for Buffalo LaRue county where he was recently assigned by the Methodist Conference Mr Sutherlands many friends in Washington county regret that he will be with them no longer 4i + iJoliJtl4 + r I New Miand Winter GOJdsJ+r I Special Prices to Cash si ersWo ire showing the Largest Stock w have ever shown before In fact we have Overstocked OUt selves Reduce in every this immense department stock therefore it is aBsolutely necessary for us to offerSpecftJ Inducements fc ori er S zto 1 if i t+ i Clothing t ti f f I I titP and f NEW YORK i All Wool ply 650 worth 750 + C C SOC worth oc Union 400 worth soc Extra 300 worth 350 29c worth 300 long 750 50 long 10 15 48 long of in L sto and Flee ed and and tS 52 inch Broad Cloth Black and Colors wor h125 for SlOO 38 inch All Wool and Colors W worth 75c for 60c + 38 inch All Wool Black and Colors vrorth 75 for 50c + 50 inch Mohair Black and Colors worth rtor 75c 44 inch Black and Colors worth 7c for 50c it W 7r We have the late of the makes of fine Cloth ing For Men the fit and Hart Marx for Boys and byH Et Suits 750 SIO Hart SI250IS15 s 4c 4i Child ss 250 350 4 + + and and ildrensi r++ r wo4 W t rj tHLOSS andFINEBALf MOREI IL Carpets and Rugs f+ 2 Ingrams Ingrams Ingrams i Sanitory Supers Sultana Cottage Carpets i950vorth2Sfit 9x12 15 20 1350 750 w 250 L ALL Sizes dt P it f Cloaks 1 I The Styles for Women Children itI worthio Womens Black Cloaks inches worth Womens Fancy Cloaks inches 7 worth i o ChiIdrensCuti i Full Stock Novelties Belts Ladies Neck Year Gloves Etc Compl e ofMenj Womens Childrens Underwear ii Wool Ribbed Separate pieces Unions IIn Dress Goods We i OfferI j PanamasBlacK Serge Mohar exclusive following celebrated Welworth Saffner l Children Wellworth rS5 Schaffner SI250SI5 1820 1Boys Perfection 5750 10l250 tPerfection Mi t Mensj Boys OverCoats Mens Worn Coats Regent Monarch 0a t Brussells Rugs worth Jt9XJ2 Topestry Rugs worth t36x72Moquet 30x60 Moquet Rugs LtSmyrna Rugs reduced r t New Misses and I itt Large Range of Black I r Good In 1tTaffitas Pamamas Serges Poplins Henriettas BatIs Melrose CHeviots Etc etA great variety of Waisting Plaids in Silk +Wool and Mercerized Ali Plaid Suitings inroad Cloth Imported Serge Novelties Etc Exclusive FootweslDouglas Shoes for Men 250 300 ad350Douglas Shoes for Boys 200 225 and 250 Kijeelands Shoes for llef 400 and 500 KrippenderfDittoh Cos Shoes for Womeri ii 3oo 3 50 andf oo f C and E Fine Shoes for Misses and Boys BoysCfor Women We can fit the Boys and Girls up in School Shoes + and Stout Hosiery 7 ti Cunningham Duncan C r + tL IT 1fr 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1906 NDIAN DIES AN- DRETURNSJO LIFE l REDt MAN TELLS F SEEING j HEAVEN AND HELL fis r HE NOW HAS A MISSION Cherokee Fullbloods In Awe of Tribes- manit They Came Near Burying 1 1 Knows Position of Races JBfaJ In Next World tMuskogee I TClaiming to have f Arisen from the dead and his story predited by a large number of the full l1ispITooley Catron a Cherokee In jdian of 21 or 26 years is just now the Fenter ot more attention than is usual Itbaccorded one who has never been 0 own beyond the narrow confines of- fils neighborhood tNot many days ago young Catron ras returning from Tahleqvah a dis tance of about ten miles from his dome Traveling on foot he came to hes Illinois river and he proceeded to Wade across and had just reached th fpolite shore when without an in ptants premonition of illness he sud denly fell unconscious on the gravel t tar There he remained for some jtime when he was found by a passer 3Y who supposing him to be dead riled him to his hut in the forest fae8r Barren Fork creek There Catron was laid upon his bed ju4 efforts were made to restore him to consciousness but to no avail and Pie Vas given up for dead All the next day he lay stark and fold and it was decided to bury him Consequentlypreparations offices were begun but after all the Interment was not to be for before the sun had arisen on the day set for the funeral obsequies Catron begin toe ow signs of returning animation cfby the time the sunbeams were wipatlng the mists in the Barren rk valley the supposedly dead ma- nE very much alive and ready to par of food and drink and in a few as strong as usual was to be peen about his usual haunts But while he was well physically as ever the processes of s mind channlslWhereasconscious state entered into the com kaonplace conversations of his com panions with readiness lie now as- fumed a more dignified carriage All of this was in Itself surprising o his neighbors already mystified by s n He Was Transported to the Unseen t World X his return from what was supposed by them to be death but their surprise was even greater when Catron in formed them that he had really been dead had seen both heaven and heW and the position to be occupied in the unseen world by the red white andIblack races His future on earth he indicated would be different front what it had been in the past In conversation with an old acquaintance Ca ron in formed him that he Catron was like the Lord in that he oo had been dead and had arisen Claiming at first to be a man of business Catron pur cliased a suitcase and going to Well ing boarded a train saying that he- intendedgoing to Was Ingtbn for the purpose of consulting ftt e president on public questions of Injpbrtance How ever he did not make an extended journey but was back home In a few t days making preparations for preach ing and addressed a jarge crowd of luliblbods in the mountain regions far- down the Illinois river Catron is a slender dark man of or dinary appearance and one of the last that would be supposed tp have a mission to perform but his having so strangely fallen intb what was ap parently the state of death and hav Jng returned will no doubt cause him to he regarded with a peculiar venera Lion and awe by large bands of his people Surer to Get It SharpLend you a fivespot Why dont you borrow it from Markley J JHes easy Wswell him hedr i7 1I U B D LAKE 7 INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE H- H I FARM AWDS and FARMS H IAre Increasing In Value If You Want to Buy Now is The Time j ir YOU- WANTTOH SELL YOUR FARM PUT IT IN MY- HANDS i I believe indeed lam ureI can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or adjoining counties I have a great many farms for sale good prices and I am anxious to show you any one of them Remember that land is constantly increasing in value and there is hardly a r mote possibility that it will decrease Indeed the man whobuys a farm today may feel absolutely certain that its value will increase a third possibly half or more within a half a dozen years I honestly believe that you can be suited in place and price if you will call upon me I have farms in every section of the countylarge 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 1 SHOW YOU ONE THESE FARMS No 147 acres 4 J miles from Springfield well watered good I land good dwelling good stable blacksmith shop on farm rented close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfieldgood dwilling good ObBC barn plenty tobacco good water close to school and church Price 40 per acre ItNo 425p acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 6 205 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling 3 tobacco tarns one stock barn all necessary outbuildings plenty tim her lots of good tobacco land welMvatered wellfencd good grass Price 35 per acre No 7 175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobacco landI Seven miles from town Not 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling any Price 20 per acre No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fe NoiO108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres gcoi timber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orchard good large dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre N411220 acres six J miles from Springfield on good pike 50 acres timberask oak and Church and school convenient two jams two dwellings telephone in house well wateredand plenty tobacco land Price per acre No 12Thernostdesirable house in Springfield Well located No16196achs 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 ropm dwelling b n in good repair 1 good stock barn 89 acres in blue grass rest iji cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 aces 10 miles from Springfield one gpod six room dwelling on good pike 3J mile from de one mile from school and church goodstock barn All outbmldmg60lcres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 J No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two Stock barns cow house two tenant houses two ood wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruitlarge and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stnbIes 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of townproperxy If you want a home in Springfield Ive got at any price THE REALI ESTATE MAN onesatreasonable 21 POINT r V e YOU WILL- FIND Il PROPERTY HERE SUITYOU B D LAKE lADVER f TIE EX TEN SIVEL X AND BUYERS HARE FOUND LET ME OF milesfromgoodbarn15 per acre No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hoia 15acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile plentyofwaterNo 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns I stock barn 1 bottomlanddwellinggood50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 26House 7 rooms in Springfield 2J acres of ground stable hen house smoke house spring In yard lot fenced in 6Ilots Cheap No 2770 J acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house PriceSmilefromacre easy payments No 30 115J acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike six room new dwelling l barn rsmall stable cellar hou pJ paYI1entspriceNo 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good offitieNo 3275 acres miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3259 fromBardstown smallbarnpaintedmachinety Price S60 per acre All limestone land wellfencedtyfor a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well Plenty of grass Cheap No 3ftHouse and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWater I of best neighborhoods in town 3000 SPRINGFIELD IKENTUCKY f A 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 r Taxes Must Be Paidt Not later Than November 1 See Mr Osbournes I Warning on Another Page Pay Now Save Money 1 k1 The Sun and the Daily Herald 2 O cO t j p THEL SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1906 1 1 MovedMy Repair shop is now located in thejlarge room on Main Street recent o by Carpenters Meat Market nlleli I am prepared to do all kinds of repairing Have added a harness re Pair shop to my business Clothes Cleaning and Pressing will be made a specialty Geo B Taylor TTTJJTI LYNCHED AN INNOCENT NEGRO r A MOB AVENGED TH KILLING OF A WHITE lijIAN And Wounding of His Son In ArkansasJ By Stringing Up a Negro and RidIdung Body With Bulets Argenta Ark Oct SAsa sequela to the killing of John Lindsay and the wounding of his son Policeman Milton Lindsay here Saturday night presumably by Garrett Colum and Chas Col um negroes H Blackburn a negro innocent was lynched at the corner of Sixth and Main streetsfThe lynching is chain of clashes between whites and blacks which started on September 2 I when a white man named R R McDonald killed a negro musician named Wiley Shelby Next day at the Inquest held at Col urns undertaking storea difficulty killrand Garrett Colum severely wounded the latter emerging from the hospital only Saturday Policeman Milton Lindsay a brother of Ed Lindsay was also hurt at that time Saturday night Policeman Milton Lindsay and his father were walking past the Colum store when they were LindsayWasseverely wounded but managed crawl out of range toe When the police and citizens tempted to enter the store they fired on It is supposed Charles Garret Colum did the shooting in the night thinking the Colum ers were still locked in the rear of the store the place was dynamit but the negroes had escaped unseen n in the darkness in the early part of th troubleAt 30 oclock in the morning Wil- Harding a painter was halted on th street by unknown parties whether black or white he could not tell Shot n the Back He was asked if he was black or white On replying that he was white he was told to go back and while leav- Ing he was shot in the jback At 2 oclock James Mahoney a contractor and A L Belding a reporter of the Little Rock Gazette while going u see Harding were fired on from four dlf erent quarters with shotguns Maho- ney was painfully shot in the hand Beldings clothes were peppered with buckshot but none entered his body At noon Sunday H Blackburn 37 a negro who conducts a confectipnery store in Argenta was arrested on suspicion of being the man who fired on Mahoney and Belding The town was quiet all day but as a precaution Mayor Faucette and Sher iff Kavanaugh swore In 15 extra policemen and the sheriff sent several ex tra deputies to assist the police The lynching of Blackburn was qui etly put through In a businesslike way Sh before 10 oclock four masked menTentered the police station from the rear and one covered the turnkey with a pistol while the others got his keys quickly unlocked Blackburns cell and took him out the back way Not a shot was fired and there was Chamberlains Coli Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family hs need ofa reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at some time during the year This remedy recommended by dealers who have sold it for many years and know its value 1 It has received thousands of PeopleIt sicians with the most satisfactory results It has often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a physician summoneda It only costs a quarter Can you afford to ri c so much for so LV BUY IT NOW r WrMtila i no loud talk so that four police officers on the street a few bloqks away know nothing of what was going on until they heard several shots fired at Main and Sixth street Running there they found Blackburn already dead hung to a telegraph pole while the crowd were apparently merely onlookers LANDING OF AMERICAN TROOPS Was Accomplished With Marvelous Dispatch at Havana Havana Octt 8The first landing of American soldiers in the present occupation of Cuba was accomplished Sun day with marvelous promptness and men of the Fifth United States In- antry and 350 men of the Second bat talion of engineers are settled under canvas In Camp Columbia The cruis er Brooklyn arrived with 400 men on board and will be sent to camp Gen Funston established his head quarters at Mariano convenient to his command Col Waller com anding the marines has been ordered to re port to Gen Funston ands the entire force of regulars and marnea twill be under Funstons command jintlljthe are rival of Gen Bell who wiirdirJBct the distribution of the forces throughout the island Within an hour from the time that the transport Sumner came alongside the railroad wharf the die embarking had been completed and 850 men landed Ready To handle Horses I am going to handle horses again andI Breaking Handling Buying Selling 4 Every animal given into my care will receive the best attention and when delivered to the owner a better safer and more stylish animal you will find the horse to be Call upon me at the Spittfieldphone 130t L D BAKER 1111 71IiBy PHILIP VERRILL MIGHELS SOGGGCCOOOOSGGCGGCOOOSC Copyright br Joseph Bowtetit Four men bound hand and foot were standing beneath a truss of the railway bridge and above their heads four ropes came landing down each with a noose M the end A grimly slipnt throng of cowboys and miners hedged them In One of the four whose appeals and protests were of no avail appealed to b the merest youth He quaked with terror as the noose was deftly slipped about his neck Oh let me golet me go he srtbbed fm a glrllm only a girl The man addressee and nil the men who had a grip on the find of the rope ready to pull at the signal gaped with orcn mouths Girl said TOOforrl1Jthe leader What are you How do you come with this gang of thieves He took off her small felt hat tiny saw that her short curly hair was as black as velvet The girl continued to cry convulsive ly Merrill dropped her hat from nerveless fingers His face became as gray as dust Slack up on the ropesU he commanded hoarsely March theta down to Plzen they can tell their story there wJsmovingture Merrill saw an opportunity to pause in a shadow and let them all proceed She wlthoutilm hunt me up he muttered ashamed to let her know me now captiveshatFizen Spring the town on the edge of the mines in the mountains and the cattle ranges In the valley The three men had been able to prove themselves miners and entirely Innocent of the crime for which they came so near losing their lives The girl who had fallen in with the miners by chance had come to Pizen lit search of her brother Her name was Maggie Drew Her stepfather she said had been dead a year her mother was ill the work of the ranch had devolved upon herself She had heard that Bronson Drew her brother was in Nicoll Valley and now that the d 1V It tr v T I Bronny She tried and Fainted in His Arms stepparent was alive no longer she had hopes that if she could find him he would willingly go back to the place She had come ln the dress of a bo because of Its convenience and Its suit ability to her purpose She had nev seen nor heard from this brother du ing more than seven years of his absence As Merrill started to walk to hi cabin that evening a man stepped o In the path before him Evening he said and made to pass Evenieg Bronson Drew replied lthe man i Ho turned sharply Who told you that Who are you he demanded The voice sounded half familiar but could not recognlz the beurded face the shadow Dont say a word replied the stranger Come here a little and Ill tell you something about your sister ls something youll be glad to know There was ample acknowledgment ots the name of Drew anti his kinship with the girl In Merrills silent comp f ance with the mans request He was on the alert for any suspi claus movement but he was entirely unprepared for a ruffian who glided hind tHem at the corner and dealt him a blow on the back of the head with a clubbed revolver He sank without sound to the earth f When he regained his senses Drew found himself lying on the dusty floor of a cabin Dawn had broken but the place was dark He failed to recognize anything farnlllarv even as the light In creased A dull pain was throbbing at the base of his brain At length the door was opened the inn who had brought him to the plate came quietly Goodmorning Bronson said the roan as he noted the two brIJHanteyes regarding Ha faces Didnt know me did you whence met last night Everything back to the wound ert man In a flash He knew his as snilant now =his stepfathers son Charlie Marshall the creature who had r y broken up the home He could make no reply gagged and powerless as was Dont be a cur speak up to brother taunted Marshall with delight Cant you get up seeIbreak my jaw like you did No Now thats a pity The man who was bound could frehind the scarred and bearded face and he discovered again the malicious countenance of the he had met when his mother married Caleb Mat shall and plunged them ail In trouble Again he listened to the sneering taunts heaped by the interloper on his mother his sister and himself again he resented the Intrusion of this hu frian brute again he fought the fight fellowforAs for Marshall he had a plan con- C c ed In his ingenious brain He ipe nt to possess the Drew ranch alone His father was dead Mrs DrewMarshall was ill Bronson Drew was In his power and Maggiehe was planning concerning the girl In theMate afternoon he composed a rote to Maggje Drew urging that she come at once to render aid This he signed with the name of his prisoner and certain oldtime pet names which he had heard frequently pronounced he employed to give his note a genuine Jtavor Then he walked rapidly up the ra vine to a spring where his horse was concealed In tlie willows and rode away to the north Bronson Drew half choked cut by the ropes about his arms famishing jfor water was keenly alive to suffer Ing Now an odor stole to his senses It was faint and fleeting Before he could catch it the air had diluted its essence It came again smoke Something was burning Suddenly a slender flame went licking upward In a corner r 4Drew was numbed With horror To be roasted alive this was to be his fate He worked and wrenched at his fastenings madly By this time the whole Interior was lurid with the leap of the flames- A knot gave way The rope was as good as broken With a great contor tion Drew squirmed himself free He rolled over got on his knees and jumped with his feet tied together and his hands behind his back through the door Five minutes later the blaze had the whole structure wrapped about In slnu out tentacles of red and yellow The glow lighted the sides of the canon afar It was dark and early the second morning after Maggie Drews narrow escape when a silent figure glided from the brush tot the stable where Merrill kept his horse He led the animal forth sad led him hurriedly anti then proceeded to make him wet at a watering trough and to make him foam with soap N xt he took a piece of folded paper frcm his pocket and tied It to the stirrup Leading the horse across the road beneath the windows of the Russell house where Maggie Drew was stay ing the Inhuman being cut a tendon near the hoof in the right foreleg of the horse and thereby rendered him helpless The agonized creature gave a shrill cry of pain Evidently satisfledthe manform glided ug in to the brush and uiaap pared At the second neigh of the helpless horse a window went up and Maggie Drew was looking forth The pitiful horsecry continued Presently carne a noise of shutting doors and then the faces of the two Russell girls weFt also at the window I know that horse is in pain said the voice of Maggie She soon came running out halfclad and vrappedin a shawl Her quick eyes rapidly took in the situation She knew the horse could barely hobble she thought he sheYpaper at the stirrup of the chattering girls brought a erlight and read the note which Charlie Marshall had written at the PackMule claim sMaggie made no sound when the end utices reached She put on her bpys clothes as If by insUnct With the note in her shirt she ran Vo the shed Shr saddled an astonished broncho and like a spirit of the wind he shot away at the top of his speed The miles of sandy country seemed tr slide to the rear beneath the bron uhos hoofs He raced up the Freetown canon going like an engine A cry cane floating down the gulch then a series of yelps She knew the voice of the timber wolf when three jrmore are banded together and file rAJt a curve and felt that the wolves were at hand The light had increased Ijeai second she saw the animals s at bay before a man who was hand and foot Hi cried Maggie Instinctively forgetting herself for the second hadarubbed off the gag on the rocks That second Maggie slipped to the ground fell headlong regained her feet isiul wen running brick Jongthe trail She panted her hatwas gone her knife was clutched wildly In her hand HI fn lIB cried the girl again Tne cowardly beasts ran a rod earl stood to gather courage Her knife slipped ijulrkly across the ropesher brother treeto defend to protect to fight iron she cried and tainted In his las the hunted rode like a fiend tha night to escape his pursuers bUllheycaught shim In the Pack ulc ravine and strung him up to ihe near est treet1 9 t t CASHLtFor the Best Meats atthe Lowest Prices Z r tfitDont ask for credit It win be tit i better for you and much Better for me to doa strictly cash businessy- our patronage is solicited I ipromise you the best meats at the lowest prices Just Received a fresh lot of Sour c outi G F CARPENTER I + T- T tI Farm H For Saleti d H1 4 I desire to sell forMrCBo Jeffries thee farm known as the John Jeffries farm v J t Containing 186 Acres on mile from Texas in good neighborhood one quarter mile of Bethleham church Well improved Good dwelling house six rooms outbuildings to r bacco and stock barn combined Plentyof water Good orchard Tenant house give seeding privilege at once Full possession January 1 ts Call upon or write to CLBRADYSPRINGFIELD KY R FD 1103 w Gasoline 1 J Enginest l The BEST Makesr r We hafe On display the following makes The The 1 Intern ationalEngine Come and See Them R4nv y Also on display Ohio Feed Cutters and New Highland Crushers fe f WELLS BROS iI SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY ii THE SUN H ANDIDAILY HERALD ONE YR21t i J a THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1906 j or NOTES EOM OOOI rir1VfARM ItYI tf When you want to do any white washing this fall rememberthe fqliow Ing formula One half bushel of lime slaked In boiling water and strained d through moderately fine sieve tblemove sediment Add two pounds oi sulphate of zinc one pound of com mOn salt and one half pound In thoroughly dissolved Milto roper constency with skimmed nink fatertem aid glue and apply the waSh h ItIs hot lit color Is desired yellow ochre ultramarine blue lamp black etc may be used A good m t oof handling I and rearing a calf Is to take It fro the i cow after the third or fourth day and to teach It to drink from a pail This can be easily done by putting the finger In Its mouth and gradually low ering thehand until It is beneatti the warm milk In the pail Once or twice trying and It will drink by Itself The pure warm milk should be fed for a ontto add a little meal or shipstuff espe pastbe fed good timothy or clover hay i Cornmeal mush for breakfast Put two quarts of water to boil add to ft a teaspoonful of salt Meanwhile mix yellow cornmeal to a good smooth paste In cold water then put this Into the boiling water and it wont get into lumps Stir In now until the whole becomes thick enough to hold the spoon uptight While doing this let thp fire be only sufficient to let It bub Lie softly It ought to cook an hour J urn It out into square bread pans three or four inches deep and In the morning If to be fried for breakfast cut in slices an Inch thick dip Into flout to bind it then fry In lard and butter mixed turning until 4 golden coloriHere is another story told by the Detroit Mich News which shows how invaluable the telephone has come to be on the farm The team of a farmer near Sherwood sank in a mire on his farm and the horses were slowly going under when ho thought of his telephone Soon he nad a gang of aa dozen phone wire stretchers with Implements on a race for the farm Their arrival was timely the breathing aparatus o the animals being still above ground By using the stretch lag machinery the horses were dragged from the bog The rural telephone is itself a great thing for the farmers but this being provided with i a troop of roustabouts for emergencies all for the low price of the phone is worth taking into the equation After careful chemical analysis for purpose of determining the value of barnyard manure on soils Prof i Harry Snyer reports the following if applied to a wornout soil at the rate of eight tons per acre the In crease In corn the first year will be 20 to 25 bushels per acre This would be worth 7 The next year the land vlll produce six bushels more of wheat worth say 450 If seeded to clover it would yield at least a ton more of hay worth 5 Following the clover with wheat again a gain ofI eight bushels per acre worth 6 follow Then will come 12 to 15 lels more of oats worth 3 bUShII crease In the five crops due dressing of eight tons of farm manure and the production of clover Is alone worth 25 making the value of the manure 3 per ton distributed over five acres equivalent to 60 cents per ton as the annual cropproducing value of the manure wl11lfin4crops of this year The yield In France promises to be of the average quantity probably reaching 319000 000 bushels and of exceptionally good quality But on the other hand In t Russia the biggest of the oldworlds wheat producers with an average an nual output of over 500000000 bush els the are gloomy the har vest being recorded as Inferior yin quantity and quality France and oth er countries which have a surplus are therefore counting on good prices for their grain which is the natural ex pectation In viewof the Russian shortage The latter Is likely to have serious consequences economically and politically A falling off In bread stuffs means additional hardships for the poor and discontent among the ti Jpebple and Russia would seem to have enough of both r The cooperation of the farmers is lways desired by the government in ids research work especially in the r 20till ctJon qt dealing with pests and Prof H W en shaw of the bureau M f biological survey of the agricultural Jepartment makes the following reo luest to which we are certain our farmer readers will cheerfully re pond It Is well known that many species of rodents which live In colo Wiles such as prairie clogs rabbits permpphlles field mice and rats are subject at Irregular intervals to ml roblc diseases In the nature of epi demics which greatly reduce their numbers The department of agricul ture desires to be Informed of the presence of such epidemics with a view to Isolating and preserving the microbes for use In destroying mam mals Injurious to agriculture You will greatly oblige therefore by in forming the department of the pres ence In your neighborhood of epi demic diseases among wild mammals now or at any future time Such diseases are usually Indicated by the presence of numerous sick or dead animals MT ZION James Hayes Taylor who is attend ing school in Bardstown spent Satur day and Sunday at home Mrs Emma Neale and daughter Claudia and Miss Grant Hays were in Bloomfield last Thursday Mr and Mrs Bailey Pin ston were the guests ot Mr Peyton Briggs and family at Polin Sunday Miss Elizabeth Sutherland is spend ing a few days with her cousin Miss Eva Sutherland Mrs S A Bayne and Miss Mattie Haydon visited relatives near Polin Sunday Mr H B Bonta and wife spent Sun day and Monday with their neice Mrs Ed Grume of Nelson Miss Fannie Dawson of Bloomfield was the guest of her sister Mrs C H Williams the last of the week Mrs D B Sutherland is visiting her mother Mrs Graham of Sharpsville this week Mr W H Russell and wife visited relatives in Harrodsburg last week Green Hays was in Louisville last Friday Mrs Ella Taylor was in Hustonville several days lasr week on business Messrs Hines Neale and Frank Are noldiwere in Chaplin Saturday Little Misses Burcham Hays and Mary Taylor were the pleasant guests HayesSundayMiss Carrie Russell and Master Paul Vanfleet are spending a few weeks at the Russell home Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending Oct 10 1906 f R M Arnold Miss Carrie Farmer Dave Elliott Mrs 1J B Evans E P Haney Mrs Johny Harmon John Kinder Miss Henrietta Nally Wm McShane E S Mason William Mil ton Ed Mijem Mrs Hairt Maortlen M C Raye Eld E Petty Geo Well ington Pickels Jr Rev G D Robin son W A WATERS Postmaster p l HAPPY HOLLOW Mr Tom Mcllvoy and family Mr IJayis Crow and family and Mrs Lu cinda Mcllvoy spent Sunday with Mn M C Keeling and wife Mesdames J W Walls and A C Pinkston visited at the home of Mr and Mrs John Armstrong Sunday Mr Elmer Keeling and wife visited at the home of J M Shields Saturday and Sunday Rumor reports a wedding soon Messrs PurdomPinkston and Oph Settles will leave for DeKalb Ill soon George Dean and Ballard Settles made a flying trip to Tatham Springs Sunday Misses Flossy and Pearl Armstrong visited at Willisburg Monday Raining is the order of the day Obituary On mbdr 24 1905 Tho Grim Monarchagain claims one of our num ber This time it was Sue McGinnis wife of G Arthur Thompson iPenick Ky care and attention possible IEvery her by her devoted husband parents and sisters during her lingering illness Yet God decided to take Sue ttf Himself and we feel that Heaven was glad to welcome to its sweet confines the pure beautiful soul of our loved onepBereft of parents at a tender age she was reared by her grandparents Mr and Mrs G S Goode She leaves a devoted husband an in fant son and a host of friends to mourn tier loss while she rejoices in the presence of her Savior with parents sisters and other loved ones who preceded her to the Heavenly Kingdom One more at home That home where separation can not be That Home whence none are missed eternally Lord Jesus grant us all a place with thee At home in Heaven The funeral services were conducted at Bethleham Baptist church Tuesday afternoon Key A L Purdom officiat ing subscribe for The Sun ROD year FALLSTYLES GRUNDV McINTYRES EVERY DEPART f ME- NTCROWDED Come in Today if not Today Come Tomorrow AND SEE THIS GR- EATDISPLAY iiiii9i4y Mules Saved In the lastjssue of the Lebanon E n terprise quite a lengthy article giving a detailed account of the havoc wrought by the severe wind storm in that coun ty last week was printed from which we clip the following paragraph Further down the creek lives Mr Tim Ryan who about eleven oclock that night from his residence which occupies an elevation overlooking the stream noticed the great rise in the creek and thought of his neighbor Mr Edimont Buckler whose barn with its twenty two head of mules stood on a lower ground The conditions warned him that these mules lives were in danger and he atonce set out for his neigh bors residence whom he found uncun scious of the existing peril to his stock The word of warning however was quickly heeded and when Mr Ryan and Mr Buckler reached the barn they found the twentotwo head of mules prancing in water nearly three feet deep and scrambling for higher ground which it was impossible for them to reach After considerable effort the stock was rescued Doubtless others along this stream had similar startling experiences An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl hail a touch of pneumonia which left her with an awful cough She had spells of coughing just like one with the whooping cough and some thought she would not 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 fat writes Mrs Ora Bussard Bru bakes Ill This remedy is for sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass BROOKSVILLE Miss Olive Sutton who has been vis iting Miss Lena Gibbs at Texas has returned home Mr Ivan Armstrong of near here is quite ill of typhoid feVer We hope he will soon recover Messrs Oph Settles Ballard Settles Leslie Keeling Purdom Pinkston and Deerwood Montgomery attended the party given at Texas Friday night All report a nice time We were all very sorry to hear of the death of the little son of Buddie Hobbs which occurred on the eighth We extend sympathy to the bereaved father and mother Mr Davis Noel and Miss Artie Sut ton visited at the home of Mr Danieb Mcllvoy Sunday Corn cutting and wheat sowing is the order of the day Mr James HarloW will leave for De Kalb Ill soqn Mr Deerwood Montgomery visited near Danville Saturday Helm Keeling will leave about the 15th for Los Angeles Cal Mr Ballard Settles will leave for Chicago Ill soon He says he may stay out there The people at this place are looking for Jack Frost Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon hs- an atmosphere which makes life in some form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours thatElectricness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaun LivertKidneyFemale weaknesses Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged It guaranteeby50 SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN yndor this head nil persons who are suit chargeadertfscDlont wantedLandsorted in another department of the paper at very low rates Mrs R B Cregor Route 3 Leba thoroughbredBarred each Lid Congor Strain and fine layers 2yearoldGinseng B J Cecil Route 2 has for sale eight Durod boars and one Herferd bull Loyd Parrot near town has for sale 200 bushels of Red Phulse seed wheat Illinois Central R R 3800LOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA September 15 to October 31 1906 Proportionate low rates from other points lbw round trip Rates to points jn Mississippi Louisiana Arkan sas Oklahoma and Texas on the first and third Tuesday of each month SpringsArkansas Through personallyconducted Excur sion Arizona and Texas Full particulars by addressing F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky y LAKES OVERFLOWSL tr No 38180 acres six milea from Springfield on good pike DarnVeilIYNo 39102acres good four room welling t b cco holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres r plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7t pegacreNo 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land gogd grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 milesfromyear good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one tenacre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold severity five mules landThreequartersacre easy paymentjNo 4226 acres 4 room dwelling small stable 2 wells and pool well fenced somecimber2imiles from pike ad 780 No 44Nice home in Springfield lot 70x350 iIeftable coal house good garden plenty of shade in yard water in house and yard all sewer connections Will sell cheap No 45164 acres one and oneihalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 22 per acre c Bs Ps LAKE If SpriHgfiilil iIi e Come to LaRue j County andtBuy- GoodfLevel LandV t No 165113 acres of nice leve land 6 miles front railroadtown and county seat Hodgenyille on pike 8 acres of timber very nice seven room 32x32feetrice house and other outbuildings good orchard This a farm lies well and produces wella dIn a good neighborhood Its bargain at 3000 No 171 250 acres of fine level land one and a half mires of onelandacres 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 per acre in other countries 300 downand good time 0n the rest This is dirt cheap 12500 +LaRue county has over 100000 acres of farming lands that lies well and produces well that is selling cheap as compared with the same of land in other countries But LaRue is on the eve of a boom and it will not be selling that away long The Lincoln Park movement is attracting attention thisway Claude HadginsHo- dginviile A Real ent Estate Ky y CALL fOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct untyCourtThis day came G W Cocan ugher and filed a petition with twenty legal voters of the Pottsville Precinct No 7 of Washington County and moved the Court to hold an election at th next regular November election 1936 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to at large on the highways ul said precinct It is therefore ordered that the Sheriff and officers of said election will open the POll and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run a large on precinctCopyClerk In compliance with the above order untyCourtPottsville Precinct No7 of Washing ton that the will be election1dasaid precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large on the public high Avay in said Pottsville No 7 J S OSBORNE S W C CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyCourtThis day came P J Shannahan and filed a petition with voters of the Springfield Precinct Washington County and movethe Court to hold an election at xhe next regular November election 1906 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stockshall be allowed to run at preCinctItSheriff and officers of said election Reel Estaft Apritv Ky r placedonshall be allowed to run at large on the reinctCopy L Clerk orderIofSpringfieldton county that the polls win be n electionday1as to whether or not stock highwayyinJ S OSBORNEr S W C tALL fOR ELECTIONn r STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set andfiled rountyCourt of the Springfield Precinct No 10 of theCourtregular November election 1906 to take nntstockon 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 larg on the public highway in said precinct Copy Attest W F BOOKER Clerk In Compliance with the above order given from Washington County ofSpringfieldcounty polls will be pn the next regular November election day 1906 tot the purpose of voting in said precinct Mjtowhethtr or nor stock shall run at on the pub c4No