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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f tIp t i m t i un lW J Dar Jt r t f VOLUME E II SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1906 NUMIER4T J Hon Beit Johnson of Nelson Coun7t IMAN OF STRENGTH AND CHARACTER Hon Ben Johnson Always Ready to Assist Unfortun v tesWiU Reflect CrfcUpn 1 His Constituents V 7 l IIBRECKE RIDGE NEWS REPUBLICAN tI The Hon Ben Johnson mocratic nominee for Con rgess in the Fourth District is a man whose character is worthy of emulation Perpb ally he is a man of tfong will power and strengthof charadter Though antotal i abstaIner from all Intoxicants his s mpa hleslhe al ways been with his more uniprtunate jenowmen on more than one occasion he has shown in a substantial way his interest in the welfare of those whose weakness had brought them low ratherfshunning notoriety for his noble deeds cur rageous unassuming and loyal his official life at the national capital willreflectgreat qredit upon his constituen and they in turn should honor a man whose lifeiri bcth publicly and privately has been a dean one by giving him the handsomest majority ever given a Congressman from this district 9EEEEEFa EEEEEEEEiEEEEEEEEEEEFEEEEEE F FaEEEE IiiRemember the Tuesday November 6 i Come out and vote for Hon Ben Johnson forICon lit n goodWW man to be r a good man you Washington county ought to and we believe she Twill give him a big majority He is safe conserve ative with none of the radical about him and them interests of the people will be looked after iii Con awtrue and tried friend of the masses He will be W influential in Congress and he may succeed in having a law made which will save the tobacco farmers of Kentuckythousands of dollars annually Washington county ought to give Mr Johnson 500 T W majority AND SHE MAY r 3 313333333133333 33ii 33 i3iJ3ii3 I P Pleased Audi j Has a Canvass of Hon Ben Johnson an ki I preciatiye and unusually interestin speech in the interest of his candidkcy hef1Monday1rfter 4 the tatiff and trusts issues Each sub ject was handled in a manner wliich the hearers and at the cpnr elusion this remarks many people de Glared that his was the only entertfiin ing tariff speech they had ever heard 4 Usually a speech upon the tariffs s prosy and tireSome but Mr Johnson s iaddress waS interspersed with quite a large number of invigorating storirs and some of the richest humor itihS ever been onr pleasure to hear We do not believe a single person n theaudience was displeased with jar y feature of thespeech NotwiUistand standing was an emphatic presents tion of Democratic doctrines the Ris pub cans present and there was a large number of themseemed tple Democrat That freaders may lHiow more of the caree s of the men who aspire to represent the Fourth Congressibnal District in Co i gress we make the following compa i sons 2L Hon M Heayrin the nominee is 47 years of age Hew s deputy Sheriff of Ohio county 8 82 83 and 84thus he began his p litical career soon as his age would permit In 1886 he was defeated f r Sheriff of Ohio county In 1889 hej w 4 i AbilityI Hart County News In this con gressional district we can boast of one if not the strongest candidate for Cong ess that our party will have out in the entire state Hon Ben Johnson cf Nelson a man of splendid ability ard character o independenti v ter can vote for being assured that in him our district Will find a worthy successor to Hoifr David H Smith The Democrat voters one and all should take sufficient interest to iive Mr Johnson the handsome majority that he richly deserves We append below a recent editorial from the LaRue County Herald that touches on this subject and applies with equal force to Hart county v tersw The voters of LaRue county should feel it to be a pleasant duty to do all they can to bring out the vote for Mr Johnson for Congress He is a capa ble man and a most estimable citizen in every sense of the word Plain and outspoken you can read him as you would a book of large print nothing hidden nothing to be inferred He will make one of the ablest our district has ever had He wants a big majority and the voters should respond to that ambition by giving him their support and by bringing to the polls every available vote The LaRue County Herald says The Democratic nominee for Con Uprightlanto every Democratic vote in LaRue coun ty and even others as to that Let see to it that LaRue county gives him an overwhelming majority HON BEN JOHNSON DELIVeRS SPEECH 4iy Which a Large encelie Made Thorough Disttict delivered pleased it L Republican as so therein us as well pleasedas the Democrats and in fact not a few of them said that the district needed just re resenta SUTative in Cqnp ss Noone doubts the honesty and sin ceretv of Mr Johnson And there are indeed few people who do not admire this character of man They know that he can be relied upon at all times It matters not with whom he is dealing friend oFfbe=everything is done in an open andtsquare manner Mr Johnsons epee h here on last Monday completed a prief canvass in Washington county he having spent a few days in the county last week He has pethaps made the most thorough canvass in the district of any candidate de1livered voters And we predict fiat his majority will be the largest ever given a candidate for Congress in the Fourth district Mr HeaverinAs An fffC seeker t Breckenridge o is 4H representatives a candidate for the nomination as State Senator and was again defeated In 1890 he was a candidate for nomination for County Attorney and was defeated In 1892 he was defeated for the nomination for Commonwealth Attorney In 1894 he was defeated again asacandi date for the nomination for County Attorney In 1897 he was nominated and elected County Attorney In 1899 he was defeated as a candidate for the nomination for A torn General In 1891 he was nominatedand then defeated for the office of County Attor l o QOQQQQOQOOQbQo oaoO h OQ IE OQOQoaooOroao ooo o A QUESTION ANSWERED + 0 1Io AND A FEW WORDS THROWN IN WHICH AT THIS TJJME MAY BE OF INTEREST TO THE PEOPLE READ THIS AND CONSIDER j i 1iQ a A not be due to thenehYfact that he is your party nominee The question was answered and explanation given in this brief sentence HE HAS BEEN A FRIEND TO ME But fr clan give aside from the tact that he is theEenrtocrat t many reasons why I am energetically supporting him ic nominee He will make the district an able Congressman not an able Congressman the Dem erratic party alone ahno not that but an able Congressman of all the people of his district Democrats and Republicans alike He will be the true frindf all the peoplewhite and black high and- o low A letter from the most humble man in theistrict will be given the same attention as one from a the most prominent citizens in the district I know this will be true because I I TfCFvV YHEfKTOfT n His most loy il supporters in his home county of Nqlson are found among those people who have suf fered from tl e pinches of adversity The poor ir an IS his friend because he has been the FRIENDa of the poor nHari Go to Bardstown the home o Mr Johnson meet tle business and prof ssional men of that little city and ask each one to give you his candid opinion of Ben Johnson ask the mer f chants the lawyers the preachers the doctors all of themto give you a brief history of him who o has lived among them for fortyeight years Then go upon the highways and byways gJto the humble homes of the unfortunate poor white z nd black and ask them also to tell you something 0of him We venture that each will begin hii story BEN JOHNSON IS A GOQB MAN p Many of them know that he has beena friend indeed One cold bleak winter day the sn6w falling u o the wind blowing a furious gale from the north I sat in the Peoples Bankat BardstQ Ja king to o Mr Johnson At that time I was art employe f his on The Nelson Record Inrat little while I 0i o arose to go but he saidwaita minute This blizzard heb gantis going to cause mucH suffer iing among the very poor people Makt nquiry today and jf you find any one in destitute circum stances let me know And many a load ofcoal has been put in the coal houses of the poor widow i and the unfortunate man of Bardstown and they have wondered where it came from I AM FOR MANgreat141Rand good It vyill be one of the greatest pleasur s of my life when I mark my ballot for him on No- vember1iS 6 next And there are others several thousand praise goodness who regardless of party affiliation color or anything else are in the sam boat with meROGERS GORE o ooo ooIOOD o Q ooooQ 000000000I 0Q00QQ0oIQ00 D ney of Ohio county In 1903 he was A candidate for Commonwealth Attorney and defeated by HonTBehT Rfngo Thus we see had it not been for the will of his people Mr Heayrin would have continuously held office for the ast 26 years Hon Ben Johnson the Democratic nomineewas a candidate for the Legislature in 1885 and was elected HeC was ireelected to the same office in 1887 Then after a lapse of 18 years Mr Johnson was elected to the State Senate in 1905 In 1893 he was appointed Collector of Internal Revenue and he4ijthe office one term Thus we see he has held elective office altogether less than one year basing it upon the actual time engaged and the great good that he accomplished fot his constituency nsan active champion of beneficial legislative measures is a matter of Kentucky history Let every voter and especially officers who hold the Democratic PriI beImocracyA Democratic Congress would be a fond realization and a means by which bY1theIn Hardin County Elizabeth town Mirro H o n Ben Johnson of Bardstown was greeted by a goodsized crowd of representative citizens here Monday when he spoke at the court house andduring his entire address which lasted one hour and a half he was given the closest attention and was frequently applauded i1i Johnson is the Democratic nomi IMrfor Congress in thiy aistrict and it that he will receive the kind of majority he is working for The voters of Hardin county ate enthusias tic for him and will be sure to rally to his support on election day NOTICEAll prisons indebted to the late F M Campbell are required to make settlement on or before the 15th day of October J Books at Bt D Lakes office THEO CAMPBELL Admr J + i1Johnson Ci A cbooooooobooooo oocoococooo IMPORTANCE ANDPOWER OF A VOTE i Bryans Commoner Every democratic eader in every state should remember that every vote counts and it might be tha- this particular vote would have a determining influence upon the election One hears during a campaign he statement My I1Jlby itself does not count yet stayathome ballots would in many cases hive changed results And there have been many instances wher even a single ballot might have turnedthe scale Not ago the St Louis Republic said that at a municipal election in sd Louis one of the nominees for he city council was elected by a plurality of three votes out of a total of 98000 and these=threeivotes defimtelj decided the ma oritiy of thesuperior branch of the municipal assembly These tree votes caused a majority of one iri the city council by such i small majority put ting the council in sympathy with the mayor and his administra tion These three votes practically determir ed the general Working policy of the council upon this fact the Repuilic said At this R s history one vote might determine the govern ICommenting the countrys destiny The small plurality of i 98000 impresses the value of one ballot and duty of patriotism upon every occasion Every Every ballot is a unit whi h whether applied or not applied has some bearing on results At this moment these observations aide important to the American voters and particularly to voters n those states where 0repeated republican victories have caused them to lose hope But 8there are good reasons for belieying that if every opponent of will do his duty at the polls vi tories for the public interests will be won in many districts and sates heretofore regarded i as republican territory CXXXXXXXX OOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXX OGOOeXXXXXXOQOOOOCXX OOOOOC GOV 4a Cr W BECKHAM Will address the Voters of Washington County in the court house at Springfield on next Tues dayf October 31 atLI30p m Ladies are especially invited to attendY f V t ir J r DEMOCRATS OFFICERT c Appointed to Serve In Primary jNbvetti IJU 61 J 1L J he pllowing officenthave beenap pointed by the County Cornmittee to serve as election officers in the Democratic primary November FrederickstownP o l in Mclntire 1 Clerk Tine Cecil and Earnest Wathen Judges Lewis Hamilton Sheriff MooresvilleJ 3 Williams Clerk WO Ellis and P A Lyddan Judges Elijah Farris Sheriff WillisburgEzra Jones Clerk Card Pinkston and P Cv Shewmker Judges Jas H McIlvoy Sheriff North Joseph Hayes and M W Sanders Judges G W Bowen Clerk Edgar Sea Sheriff Hendren W H Litteral and R S Warner Judges T H Freeman Sher iff N B Royalty Clerk r MackvilleS W Arnold and Erastus Case Judges S D Campbell Sheriff W B Hatchett Clerk oberttj Sprihgfield No sS H Bishop and J w Judges Thomas Graves Sheriff Frank Noe Clerk Springfield No9Bud Badgett and Judges John Smith Sheriff Ben Cecil Clerk Springfield No 10tiY H Mullican and Nafce Janes Judges J NrKelly Sheriff Theo Campbell Clerk 1 Kelly ShopJas R Reed Clerk =F W Gray Sheriff Walter Thompson and John S Leachman Brush GroveChas tWilliama and Luther Kirsch Judges Isiah PrajKer Sheriff Thad Cheatham y I FARM FOR SALE Fortynine acres three miles from SprirJgfidU on pik good house stable plenty locust Dili all in grass lNiceiioiniitltr MijjMMt who wants a small p1 ee JriM per acre Call upon orjfcrite r tBiD t 4 Spriafl i ty l I JT SPRINGFIEllD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1906 J J 1frr Y 4 I CONSECRATION Iii 1 Of St Joseph the Most Notable Event that Has Ever Ta Iken Place In Catholic Circles 1w In Kentucky I i Kentucky Standard BishopFlag t i1ad already passed six years of his Jiiptscopal lifeinKentuckv before any V effort was made by him fp secure to the dioeese4 suitable and properly ap pointed cathedral Without resources Himself and charged with the care of a people with whom competency was a condition of the future only to be ac t quired by continuous struggle he did Tnt feel that he was warranted in tax iing them for so much needed an object He night have still hesitated bat for- the urgent pleadings of his clergy and a few df the better provided among his people Atthe instance of these early 1n the year 1817 he authorized sub scriptions to be made and collections to ie taken up in furthrance of the object ihroughouLthe diocese When the work of construction was begun the subscriptions and cash col lections were found to aggregate the A iram of 14000 More than satisfied with a result so Itanticipated the Bishop left nothing undone that might of any possibility facilitate the work and the architect whom he employed 5 was able in a little over two years to report the churchb f rcompleted as toadmit of its consecration The day fixed fqr the consecration of the cathedral waS August 8 1819 No event sointeresting to Catholics having i ever taken place in any part of the ountry west of Baltimore the desire1 io witness it was very general among them In congregations the farthest removed from the seat of episcopal z jurisdiction members were contemplat ing excursions to Bardstowi in order io1be present on the occasion Bishop F1aget knew that all Catholics and hun dreds ofhonCatholics many of whom had contributed of their means toward rlhe erection of the church were anxious to witness a function about which they knew nothing but were sim ply curious Bishop Flaget spared no pains to give to the ceremonial arid all its acces series the utost solemnity Rev Robert A Abell was chosen to deliver the address The young priest an learning that he was to preach at ihe consecrattonof St Josephs Cathe dral was at first pleased with the fa vor bestowed on him but when later ie weighed the responsibility attached 46 the honor he rather shrank from the task He had not fully determined up rh the subject matter of his discourse when to reach his appointment he had to start immediately on his journey While riding along the road his thoughts began to take shape and he began to experience a degree of confidence Re tiring early he had scarce y losed his eyes in sleep before he was wakened fly a knock upon his chamber door A ijmessenger had followed him all the ipjay from his home to attend the bed aide of one of his panshioners who was oi supposed to be dying Father Abell did not hesitate but retraced the road he had traveled the day before and at tended the bedsid of his sick frie- ndrand discharged the duties of his office and recommenced the interrupted jour nay which he brought to a successful termination On presenting himself before his superiors he was asked if 2ie had written out the sermon he had been directed to preach No re plied he II had no time for that but I have been revolving the matter in my mind and I think I can safely promise IOU th4 it shall not fall below vour jjeasonable expectations The direc ior of the seminary was not satisfied a 4We cannot trust to your fccperienpd + said he but there is time yet Go to your room at once and write out for the inspection of Bishop Flagjet and jnayself what you propose to bay There was no help for it and Father Abell was obliged to submit From inoon tQ dusk he kept his room noting down the heads of his discourse but 3itle else Taking his notes he ap j roached his mentors and proposed to read to them the sermon he had prepared Father David thought it would iie better to have him submit his manu script to them for the night t re turned to him in the morning with Their joint criticisms upon its merits To this proposition the young priest objected by saying You could make ssothing of it In very truth my fingers Save been clutching the bridle reins fqr so many hours as to make my writing z illegible to any but myself It was I t JBnally agreed that he should read the aermon to them Retiring to one cor MX and placing a smoky tallow candle on the table by his side he unfolded his meagec manuscript from which he pretended to read first in a low voice hecouldlie 1ittl room seemed gradually to Danish upIas in- I his sermon He spoke right on wilh I out a falter for he had something to giay and he kiew how1 Jo say it As 4 ofIrelating trials and sufferings which he himself had witnersed Hg felt the truth of every word he utedit was a friend speaking to friends of common suffering Here Father Abell paused factrthatpersons dssistanfr he saw that they were weep ing like children and he no longerr doubted the success ofhis sermon Never before had proud little Bards tbwn seen such Crowds on her streets ais gathered thereon that eighteenth day of August 1819 The church itself appeared truly co lossal to its pioneer visitants many of Whom had never seen a structure than a log cabin The loudvoicftd bell tie sweet solemn notes of the riewbr gun the large pictures which adorned powerfulahdaft impressed them strangely H SLEWiTJhe Negro Witness Against Bitzer the Authorities Declare Louisville KyAs the result of an autopsy performed by three physicians on of Rousseau Barclay a n gro employe of Peter Bitzer under fdderal indictment foralleged illicit dmllling it is declared by the federal authorities that he was murdered Tie negro was found dead a few days ajo and It was first supposed that he did from tie effects of a fall Bar el ly was a witness for the government In the Bitzer case The matter Is now being investigated by the federal giand jury Deputy Collector James D Barlow Is authority for the state mjnt that two negro women Have been found by the federal authorities who claim to have witnessed the mur der Express Companies Carry Booze Yankfort Kylncate case of the ams Express Co the Common W alth from Laurel county the court of appeals decided that the company ca i not be Indicted for carrying whisk from another state into a local op tion district In Kentucky on the gr Hinds that It is an interstate comm rce act and not subject to Ken tu ky prohUilton laws i +ee e1eite1ee tWt Ready To handle- Ilorses againthOyour patronage is solicited As to work ask those for whom I have han led stock Breaking JrHandling 1 BuliPg 1elling Ev ery animal given into my care will receive the best attention andwhen deli ered to the owner a better safer and nore stylish animal you will find theFaIrfield for terms and prices Residence phone 130 LtD BAkER e1ele1eur 4 Dismissed Harrodsburg Herald Wednesday morning Special Judge W W Steph enson created a sensation among the local option advocates by reversing the judgment of Pohce udge Grimes in the case of MarsHali f Boyce was was ffned one hundred dollars for opening his saloon on local option election day Contpapnwealths Attorney H a r din made a gallant fight to unhold the judgment but Judge Stephenson held that the admitted facts did not make an Offense under the Statuatory provision and gave the jury peremptory instructions to acquit the defendant which was done Boyce was charged with violating that section of the law which provides that on election day the saloonkeeper shall close and keep clpsed his barroom during the whole of the day In the case at bar George Keenon Mr Boyces barkeeper unlocked the saloon door Went in locked the dpor after him and in a few minutes came out locked the door behind him arid went away A warrant was isied for Mr Boyce the proprietor Keenoh claimed that he went into the saloon to get some election certificates belonging to some negroes which had been placed in Boyces safe and forgotten and without which the negroes could not vote The case was tried the Monday following the local option election in the presence of a large crowd and amid intense interest It was prosecuted by Col H Gaither Judge Ben F Roach and others Judge primes fined Boyce 100 An appeal Was taken to the Circuit Court At the same time the Bovce caSe was tried three others were heard and given the same penalty L G Mallon R 3 Renfro and Rufe Taylor AJl the cases were appealed When Judge Stephenson rendered his judgment in the Boyce case Commonwealths Attorney Hardin entered- I motion the three cases until Judge Bell shoulfiarn The motion was overruled and the Commonwealth was ordered tin prepare for trial of all the cases yesterday Mr Stephenson passthemcourthouse was crowded at the time the argument was somewhat heated and the interest was intense Human Blood Marks A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Wil liams a well known merchantlof Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago I lungsa5ncring Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured me and I have remained HemorrhagesChronic chitis and is the known cure for guaranteedbyand 100 Trial bottle free WENT TO A SALE Instead of Attending Court asa Juror and the Minister Was Fined Lexington KyROv H M Rotld who was summoned for Jury service in the circuit court but who attended a sale instead of complying vUh the mandate of the court was promptly fined 5 by Judge Parker When he was brought Into court on an attache ment Rev Redd made a speech to thai court defining his position on the eRgot on trial which he believed was suffi dent to disqualify him for jury serv ice in the particular case but as his views wore not known In advance by the court the clerk wits ordered to enter the tine Rev Retid tendered a fivedollar bill In payment DYSPEPSIAAlmost CY ery other man and wo man you meet ISaf flictedwit this terribl disease in some stag until it ac quires full strength and suddenly them in- thef most violent form Is your appetite fickle Do you suffer with fro ttent headaches and dizziness and dimmed eyes Do you lack ambition and energy Do you toss and tumble at sleepThese and forerum lers of this disease Act at once Commence the use ofIDr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsmwhich will instantly check the progreai of the disease and ultiraatelyeradicata all systemCAIJDWLtSSYRUPPEPSIN is the greatest preparation ever offered for dyspepsia It acts instantly restoring affected part to natural life and vigor SINIdruggistsYour if it does not benefit you Your postal card request will brine by return CALDWELLSBOOK Wonderruled f8RUII1I8 Sold by Thfc Red Cross Drug Store Dr WF Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCIY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber BE JO LAKEIns- urance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident 1 Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company world Your insurance HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS j I to 9a mIto 8 p m DrJ C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVEKCJ Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE J TELEPHONES Day 49 Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washlngtou- andadjoiningcountes in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts CC McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Ppftecal Courts WO CLAYBROOKE AtTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in tbe courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts of Appeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW t Springfield Ky H Will practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield SKy Office in BuUdi WashjingtonCourt of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPI4SITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jias J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deed and Contracts All kinds of pension bU8lnelioAap Have been in po buBJuew for thlrtyttve years THOS J Graves oooopooooooooooooooooooopo HISS LIZZIE MONT- GOMERYhjIOJ g JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome line of CasketsUnd Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Investigationshovsft 0WI are spoiled by tampering No supposeI are ac Ip quainted with the delicate mechani m We know watches 1kand can repair them as they should me yours if I it branng right iIJAS J GRAVES CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO t POBATBOl Long distance lines and telephones of this CompanYenable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois KentuckyrTennessee Mississippi nd Louisiana We can put you in quick 4nd satisfactory communication with the people ofthis great section of the country e solicit your patronage Rates reason 4ble Equipments and facilities unsur rassed JAMES E CALDWELL presld nla Oenl Manager II andN Railroad Time TabIJ i Incoming Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville tgoinTcains w Leaves pringfield Leaves ardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives t Louisville THE SUN ANb Both pa pers yr Bryans Commoier175We- ekly CourieJo rnal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St LOuis Republic 175 SemiWeekly t Louis Globe Democrat I 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Homeland Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epito ist 150 American Farm r 150 Breeders Gazet e 225 Country Gentle an 200 Farm and Firesi e 135 Farm Field and Fireside175Re- view of Revie s 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 s Magazine 400 Monthly175Harpers Harpers Sunnv South 150 1cUJING RATES DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one gear5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal ex Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and tne daily Courier Journal an three days i- ntheweek3 70 dailyCourier4ou days in tie week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 00 The EveningPostone 010 oaOoaaoPaooa THE FIR- STNatiOn1ank S 0 I 1 SPRINGFIELE KENTUCKY mt w 0 CAPITAL 50000 5 Surplus at d Undivided 5 Profits 25000 S oOFF CERSJ B L Llbwy resident I John W Lqwls VicoPresldeut 0 I A a McElroy Cashier S LB Cain A8 t Cashier IR E Foster Bpokkeope S DIRECTORS S B L Litsey J W Lewis GW D CllYbroo ScottllnesIH Edolen cPOlifl O We grant eve favor consistent with safe banking If you have not already an account with this we our patronage o S S QQQ080Q QQggOQQ LELAND HUME Sec J Aut Gerl Mar nlyNo 825 p m 735 650 600u Daily No 4- 2525ajn 612 655 745u Daily No 43 1240 p In 1100 a m 9116 730 Suny only No 90 715 a m S00 845 35 T DwEllT Daily 41 7 OSpm 606 S22u 439 rDaily No 44 t 100p22O m 4lOp lL- 545pm o aoooooo O IIQ QnI Power Roller rMills Q MAKES THE a QnQa S n THE IEST MEAL IFSiH I In Springfield and many S other sections of Washington 2 county our brands are sold 2 Buy them and get THE BEST J 1 D B SUTHERLAND I KYoD 5 ooooooQoo onpooaQao oQa YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Yoaneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville 1yis one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its wonderful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have Ijeen cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is a new salve ihavingheea on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a reSult of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By AH DruWists DR J W THOMJASH- odirenville Ky The Daily Herald AND The Sun ONE YEAR 2 OOH I t u iI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1906 l r i j 1 t 1 11 tCO LOA+ l COAL What Want plentycA good Tobacco Ten nwith sufficient force to cultivate 12 to 15 acres None but reliable man need apply paytheWhat You Want1 Is kCoal House full of my It is not neces t upon v its quality loa he people know I 1Gsaryt01dwe but the best IJEvery Man His Price and ours is the lowest that good clean coal can be had for We have it in every domestic size and there is only ispOorof 2000 pounds of all coal with no dirt or slate to pay r oar entitled to your order ISyou are willing to take a good share of dust or stone with your coal we must admit that we dont carry that kind in stock i Long vl 41n theBusinessgiv- es this yard a deserved and popufar uprightdealing indemand andl1ayfi 41 Ahead TOn COaI == when the doal is purchased here We do not raise prices on every rumor of a miners strike or a block on the rail ads Not until the actual cost to us advances do Ve charge more and then the increase is a fair one 7 AM CONSTANTLY IN THE MARKET FOR OATS HAY CORN AND ALL fEED STUFF WILL PAY THE HIGH EH ST PRICESMN 4 H JONES J i w COAL 1 COAL COAL lII1THEFARMER Feeds the World FROM THE FARMERS HOME JOURNAL Who feeds the world The farmer Who clothes the world The farmer The million money man Where toe his wealthcome from From the fur row that the plowboy follows Wher- do the cities get their life and living From the farm Who furnished th dollars to build railroads and steamships and support armies and float navies The farmer and his wife and boys and girls wearing coarse clothes and working with hand and head and heart from sun to sun and resting and sleeping the rest of the twenty four hours The good old earth is th mother and home of all the living and gives graves for all the dead Who is it that has Cntempt for and sneer at the country lad and lass when the come to the town store on Saturdays to buy and pay for hats and shoes and calico and sugar and coffee I wil tell you Itis the dude without brain wortYd e notIforbe in ruins railroads would rot and rust and ships rot and ink at and anchor No this old rough ragged earth of ours is the bedrock asset of the worlds living as well as th sepulchre of all the uncounted bllIi ns of the dead Good people in town and city and mine and factory dont please despise the country boy and lass who come a hopping to the stores once a month wearing coarse shoes and last years fashion in hat and dress No dont despise them for as a fact these same rustic folks and all the others just like them by hard toil in field orchard dairy and garden created the yoCitys and built the houses you live in and furnished the dainty grub you eat and the pie and cake you feed your poodle dogs with May the good Lord continue to live in the country and keep the grass green and make the corn grow keep up homes where bees buzz and breezes blow and birds sing and crows caw and clover blooms Then we will be living on the face of the earth and the Heavens are over us W C Rural Neck Ky Wounds Bruises and Burns- BY applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like injuries maybeabout onethird the time required by greatestdiscovt gery Chamberlains Pain Balm act on this same principle It is an ant septic and a to such injuries cal sAthem to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness and prevents any danger of blood poisoning yourhomemoney not to mention ttuHnconvfflfTP ence and suffering such injuries entail For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Names on Official Ballot TLouisville Times The subcommittee of the Democratic State Executive Committee has fixed the manner in which the names of the candidates f State office shall be placed on the off i The P 1- Family You know then they are numerous and make their presence felt everywhere The names of the family are lead ache Toothache Earache Backache Stomach ache Neu ralgia etc Tliey are sentinels that warn you of any derange ment ol your system When the brain nerves become ex liaustcd or irritated Headache makes miserable if the- stomach nerves are weak in digestron results and you double up with pain and if the more prominent nerves are af fectedNeuralgia simply makes life unendurable The way to stop pain is to soothe and strengthen the nerves Dr Miles AntIPain Pills do this The whole Pain family yield to their influence Harmless if Itaken as directed Z find Dr Miles AntiPain Pills a excellent remedy for overcoming head ache neuralgia and distressing pains of all sorts I have used them for tho past seven years In this capacity with the best of results MRS JOE MERRILL Peru Ind Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your drUgglatkwho will guarantee that the will benefit lf1t falls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never bulk Miles Medical CoElkhart Ind cial ballot at the coming primary elec turn The corn ittee was called to order at the Seelba h Hotel by Chairman Lois JJJcQuown Miss Vir inia Hayes daughter of Mr T Payes was selected to draw the names ut of a hat Senator Mc Greary was resent and Gov Beckham was represe ted by Judge Hines The names of all the candidates were placed in tho hat and the result of the drawing was that N R Hays name ballotsBeck am yon over Senator Me thee lit firset are E A ullion for Superintendent t of Public In traction R C Crenshaw Commissione of Agriculture J K Hendrick fb Attorney General M 0 Winfrey fo Commissioner of Agriculture Secretary Mofct Ayres gave orders thee pjTheGovernor ar to head the ticket and UniteYd or are appear on the ballots 1Nothing to Fear The questi n of injurious substances in meoicines which has been agitating the minds of many people does not concern thosp who use Chamharlains Phesitancytheir little onfes as it contains absolutcofly ndphing This r s not only perfectly safe to give small children a medicine of great wides 3 and croup a an always be relied up dealerinMarion Notes Falcon Mrs Edith Underwood widow of the late J D Underwood was adjudg of unsound mind in th Circuit court Here Monday Mrs L H Thomas died at her home in the Lorett neighborhood Tuesday night afterf fingering illness of con sumpt on Mrs Lou Ela Hill wife of Mr C oSundaiyillness of two months with a complica tion Of diseases The pretty nd bright little three yea old dnugh er of Mr and Mrs D u rame Mackin died Tuesday after a brief illness wi h membrous troupe Messrs W P Crayefif R C Gra ham Alex Lyo i and George McKnight spent last Tuesday on Green river near Bluff Boor fishing They brought home seventy fine bass f solFour horses ivere sold here Tuesday for 1700 MrTC T Bohon soldesspan of sorrel geldings to Mr James fla00 same party a p lir of bay geldings f These yJre two of the nicest teams in the cot nty and are considered well worth the rice paid for them Capt W C unemacher formerly of Louisville d suddenly Monday in the building of the Blosser Printing Gar of bOdyImother was 52 years of age and was well known in Lebanon he haying married Miss S lire Cleland one of this citys best flown ladies and who died a few years ago in Atlanta Marrie an AngeL Lebanon Enterprise Miss Warn ie Cornett who res des iirthe stheir ville section of tli e county was marri Saturday October 13 to Mr G B Ar gelof Laurel ounty The weddi took at the home ofth c ditheJames C Rawlin s Reme ber This 4ti Harrodsburgh eraldOn the sixth day of November next there will be two vdting plat s in each precinct conducted by two sets of officers a as Democrats sre not accustomed to voting more th in once on the same day a voter having voted at one place is liable to overlo k the other unless he bears in mind the fact that two sep ate elections Of pne will held on the same One will be the primary election lad purpose of leafing Democra for several State The other will fornthe purpose oselecti Jt a congressman Devils Is and ToVture s is no worse tha the terrible case of Piles that afflicte me 10 years Then I was advised to a ply Bucklens Arnica Salve and less than a box permanen RuglKyJi etpagic 25c a JJ Haydon dr gut n r ir1 SAVE MONEY s By Paying Your Taxes Before r November Joseph Ralph Burton former Unlte States Senator from Kansas began serving his six months sentence at IrontoMo on Monday Hew s ac companid to Ironton b Mrs Burton who will remaip in that town until hen husbands release The new Revenue law adopted by the late General Assembly made a number of sweeping changes in the collection of State and County taxes by the Sher iff that are of vital interest at this time to the tax payers The new claw pro vides that a penalty of 12 per cent shall be added to all taxes that remain un on November 1st Heretofore 6 cent wasLadd Dec 1 Which was retained by the sheriff Now the penalty must be accounted for and paid i to the Stale Treasury the same as the tax ThE sheriff has no discretion in the matter being compelled under a penalty to add twelve per cent on the first day of November and account for I r same Another important change made by the new law is that the sheriff is required within fifteen ddys after the first of November to c rtify to theA unty clerk all the property on which taxes have not been paid The county clerk is required within ten days to sue a tux warrant against the delinquent which warrant is placed in the hands of the sheriff who is required to sieze any personalty belonging to the delinquent tax payer ijf same can be found to satisfy the claim Intlie event the sheriff is unable to find any personalty he is Required at once to aa yertise the property and sell so much thereof as is necessary to pay the tax penalty and costs The sale of property for unpaid taxe will probably take place in December or at the very latest on court day in January follow ing Heretofqr the sheriff has held the claims up amHiot made the sales until March of April and sometimes as late as the June following The new law reduces the sheriffs compensation considerable Jin the way fees and penaltys gild Makes the right to carry a property fromI ers tax for him This article is not an advertisement neither was it written ajt the sugges don of the sheriff or any ot his depu ties We deem it important that the readers of this paper who have so far failed to pay their taxes should know of the provisions of the new law and make their arrangements to corgRly with them Danville News V V Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon s- an atmosphere which snakes life in me form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough time On this eajrth of ours v pecially those who dont know that Electric cure Headache Bilious ness MalarialChills and fever Jauri Torpid Liver eidneycomplaints aha oremale weaknesses Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the It guaranteedby50 Poultry Association Lebanon Enterprise The first meet j otMSaturday was a very satisfactory one both from the standpoint of attendances and interest manifested Those present twere Miss Etta Spalding and Mrs Frank Bickett Prof Pate Ft L Bal lard Lum Abel Alfred England Joe Graham Wolford Drye D Thorn ton Clarence and Edward Abel Others who could not attend sent in names with request that they be registeredAn organization was effected and of FngP s ng secretary The organization then selected a committee composed of Prpf Pate Alfred England and Lum Abel to draft bylaws fl The Association was well pleased with the start and believe that in a short time their organisation will ranks with the best in the State At their next the date of which will be ndannouncedlater all who wih to join are requested to Elj A Record Breaking Price UilI Boutsberence Jones of Louisville tile grand bshewhich is the largest amount ever paid for al saddle mare This great mare says the Farmers Home Journal came near defeating bi r Jones Poetry of JJfMotion at the late Horse Show in Louis villa that it was thought best by that gmtl man to purchase heror sheitinKrt tIt give trouble at the Madison teae Show The mate wilF be Ihwdfedg i f uexsones t r 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1906 w I SPRINGFIELD SUN q I ii ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR J In Advance J JMHJERS GORE Editor antrPubfsher t Entered at the postoffice at Springfield IY1for transmission through the as sec nd Iass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION r4a- Sae Year fl00 Hz Months 60 Three Months 25 IWIn writing to have your address changed always give the postofflce to which your paper going as well as the postofflce to which you WWlit JeDt DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN V NELSON COUNTY FOR APPELLATE JUDGE HON J P HOPSON Of ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROBERT NOE 1 SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION Every vot riving in an incor porated town who was absent regfistrat vented from registering by the sickness or death ot some mem bier of his family can register on Monday Tuesday Or Wednesday of next weekOctober 29 30 an- d31by going to County Clerks office and making and affidavit to thateffect Two Deaths Thursday morning Oct 11 news came to our home that Ivan son of Mr and Mrs John Armstrong had passed from this earthly region to that Celestial City He was about twenty years of age and had been a sufferer of typhoid fever only a few days He was a member of the Chris tian church at Willisburg and was a bright noble young man His life was short here but full of good deeds fie was of a cheerful disposition and being aware of1 his condition was fully prepared for a brighter home than this A He leaves a wife parents and three sisters to mourn their loss Rev Sims gave a short discourse after which the body was laid to rest in the ceme tery at Willisburg While we were writing this tribute ty our friend the sad news came that another young man had passed away with the same disease Tim Crouch son ot Daniel Crouch He was twenty three years of age and leayes wife and two children parents one sister and eight brothers Both of these young men were good friends of the writer and havingbeen- in association with them fully realize that they both had bright futures be fore them With a sad heart I pen Werustment will draw them nearer to their Master and that they will prepare themselves to meet their loved ones HOn that bright and glorious shore tt where there will be no pain norsorrow is the prayer of the writer W B SHIRLEY Resolutions Whereas t has pleased our Heaven ly Fateer in His infinite wisdom to remove from this life7 Mrs Jefferson Davis the honored wife of the only president of the Southern Confederacy nasmuch as we the members of the May Farris McKinney chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy feel that we have lost a most lov able and sympathising friend we take the privilege of expressing our deepest sorrow in the following resolutions Resolved That in the death of Mrs Davis the U D C has lost one whose life has exemplified and cherished characteristics of loyalty and patriotism That another tie which binds the hearts of Southerners to tke memories of the Lost Cause is broken that her no bletraits of fidelity and devotion will ever live in history as an inspiration to future generations Resolved That we extend to those most closely connected with her by the tiles of l4fiship our deepest sympathy and commend them to the tender mer cies of our Father in Heaven who will dup their wounds and who alone ca give comfort to their broken hearts Resolved That a copy r of these reso i t lution be spread on the minute book of this s cietyand published in both town papers and a sent to Mrs May Farms McKinnejf our state president and to Miss Verina Davis of New Orleans grand neice of President Davis Mrs T Scott May es Mrs M W Hyatt Miss Annie L McGhord Committee SYCAMORE VALLEY Wearehaving some beautiful autum weather and the farmers are very b sy gathering corn andapplesI J Dl Sutherland sold a Mr Catlett for 100 Dr Orker Shewmaker is visiting friends in this vicinity and looking for a locat on Mr 3eorge Keeling and daughter Mrs L nzie Hahn visitjed at theme of Marshall Keeling aturday night and Sunday J D Sutherland made a business trip to Uardwell last Saturday Several from here attended county court Monday Less Shewmaker spent Sunda with Mr anc Mrs T W Sutherland Rev and Mrs J A Simms spent Sunday with Mr and MrS J M Shields The singing given by Miss Agnes Hjfes last Saturday night was well at tended The School at this place is getting +High Art 1 Suits And- Overcoats t Now Really For Your Inspection We are now prepared TO SHOW YOU the handsomest line of this FA MOUS make of Mens Clothing we have ever shown Can fit every one WALKOVER SHOES IN THE NEW FALL STYLES ii I FOR MEN AND BOYS a You can always find here the best and newest things in mens hats shoes shirts collars and neckwear Our stock of mens and boys under ware is large We carry the largest stock incentral Kentucky rod cant fail to please YOU ZIEGLER SHOES are the finest and best fitting shoes for ladies misses and children We have ii just recieved a new stock of diem in the newest shapes We also have a splendid stock of medium fine and heavy shoes for men women boys and girls PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST THE ROBINSON CLAYBROOKE CO s along nicely under the management of Miss Maggie Smith wv The sick at this place are improving Allen Sutton sold to Herman Shew maker a calf for 8 Lee Settles bought a horse from John Shewmaker for 75 Edd Taylor and Sam Luther of An derson county were in this county on business last week tItersof Mr John Armstrong morning at 9 oclock and ThursdayI son Ivan aged twentyone was married January 25 1906 care arid attention was given EveryI his devoted wife and parents decided to take Kim The funeral services were conducted at Willisbnrg Faiday by Rev J A Simms We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr Tim Crouch which occurred on the same day We extend condolence to the bereaved ones Jr T An Awful Cough Cured ochTwo years ago our little girl had a t pneumonia which left her wjth an awful cough She had spells of like one with the- whooPin shegwould not get well at all We gut a bottle of Chamberlains Cough RpnyJ 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 Blue Grass I 11 1 FARM FOR SALE j I SATURDAY NO Vr 3r I IOn ItI II the above date I wilj offer my farm of 120 acres for sale situated three quarters of a mile from WilKsburg on the ttyatn Springs pike The farm has oh it plenty of fine wood TaIII try and and locust Plenty of tobacco land The farm will be Idi ided in fact it will be sold to suit the purchasers Terms easy will also offer for sale one eightyearoldj work horse and wjrk mare Also one sow and seven pigs antI I MiIi i rGeor ColfnIT T ++ + iItitIThe cither morning in Grammar class one of the upper grades a young 1hi informed the class that was in the feminine gender parsing ofthe word however wjis tHis to by one of the young ladies strenuous words Well good ness knows the feminin gender has enough bad at its charge any how and I dont think L D did right in saying thit hay were feminine After this Walker quit parsing ane the young lady took it upuNow she rattled away masculine gender objective case first person No sounded a doz en voices and Walker meekly suggested that the noun was in the third per son But the young lady stood firm- I dohjt believe she said that roosters or anything else change per ton The other night we had a discus jion as to who got up first Finally ather said we were all wrong for the rooster was the first person And now I dont believe he has changed pei son It was so recorded in the school grammer 1 1 President Dawson of the literary so ciety waxed eloquent the other day in making announcements It is indeed fortunate that the Suns specialcorres mightbelowing are selections and the Sun recommends that they be cut oun and pasted away in your book of memory gemsThe Society will now be entertained by a duet by Miss Louise Medley In passing we are pained to record that Miss Medley was unable to sing more than one pare at a time on account of a severe cold We trust thatshe will be able to render her duet at a future meeting We quote again from Daw son I used to go to see two girls at the same time and whed I was with one I knew she was the only one I loved but as soon as I would see the other my mind would an e tt During this aatter passage Lyman Barber was not ced in tears and it was all but impossi le to keep Dot from hysterics Jtis alway well to keep the elIing salts near when Bawson be gins his addresses Considerable excitement was created one day last w eK when Henry Greg orys horse got ose from him H Rfy was hitching u and the horse finding an opportunity got away from him and taking the bugg at high speedthrough the small gate an school ran downtown and was caught here It is fortunate that nothing more seriqus happened r We had one of the most successful meetings of thi society this year Fri day The program if anything was too full lasting three and one half hours We were pleased to see several visitors among wiroim were Misses Bet tie Irvine Stel a Simms Sue Ray Josie Lee Salh Carrico Emma Nu nan and Jennie raycrof Recitations were first held Among the best were those of Misses Annie McElroy Mag gie May Wyco Evalyn Royalty Hat tie Rice and Messrs Tom Colvin and Harry Seultz The newly elected offi cers were install d Elaborate thanks for the honors opferred were spoken by Stanley Daws n the new President Harry Shultz th e new Vice President Nellie Noe the new Secretary and Ed I Willett thinew Seargerntat Ar she debate wz s next listened to and f hard fought ne it wits From the tune Will Wate s fired the opening shot and delivered his first Democratic speech till the flo very cadences of the Irish orator died with the setting sun the battle was ha d fought The reader may well see wny when he observes the magnitude thequestion Re solved that Imperialism is inimical to the presevatiori and perpetuity of Am erican Institutio We woujdjthat time aric space were ours tb record some of the wit sarcasm and eloquence that were utter d in such profusion The affirmative peakerS were Will Waters Ida McClure Knight Handy Mary Haydon aid Lyman Barber Those oh the ne ative were Ollie Bar ber Mary Lam ton Davison Reed Dorothy McElroy arid Leo Simms After his speed on the two girls al ready referred to President Dawson gave his decision in favor of the nega tiveThe Society will again meet one week from Friday The debate at that time will be Resolved that Jefferson was a greater St tesman than Hamilton ttThe affirm tive will be supported by Evalyn R yalty Leo Simnis Harry Shultz Mary Lampton L D Walker and Walt r Royalty The negative siew Consist of Nellie Noe Lyman Barber Ida McClure Robert Russell and Parke Medley Their will be ecitationsby Rose Logsdon Corena uckman May Con way Mabel Price Louise Medley John Claybrooke and H ttie Webb There is rumor of the formation of a spelling class in Prof COlvins room THis is to be do le for Dawsons and Pandys benefit hey have aged con siderably since entering the eighth grade class in orthography and Prof Colvin fears thei relatives will not be able to recognize them when they return Their ne gray hairs may be assigned to worr And it IB largejy of the same kind Dawson it ia said gets turned dow every day toeo- next to Maggie May but the dance of it is that just hen shalways gets turned down also No wonder he has has gray hairs nd Handy too has his troubles He studies ail he can but he just cant keep up by Nancy We all feel for Handy Pity tis we cant reach him Refused njunction Bowling Green Ky Oct 20Judge John M Galloway this afternoon refused to grant an in junction to restrain the Democratic Eecutive Committee from holding the rimary to select candidates for Sta e offices and also candidates for Unit dtates Senator Judge Ga h the abro gation of the voters in the primary to they hadI voted in the rUlefeqUirmg race re moved the could have been and that the other which the Republican attorney representing the plaintiff relied in heir suit are un availing No further action o prevent the hold ing of the primary On November 6 can be taken The only thing that could be done would be for an appeal to the Court of Appeals to be taken but this vould have to go t rough the regular channels of the Ci cuit Court which does not convene u til the day before the primary thus m king an appeal in this way out of the c uestion Hiad theI Democratic Commit ee lost in the suit today an appeal could have been taken before any Judge of the Court of Appeals on a motion to dissolve the in junction in this way giving the committee the best end o the argument Sub crlbe for The SUa L00 pear II + r1 II 1Er= F = II II=II 1 zIt 7 FALLSTYLES GRUNDY McINtYRES EVEfcl DEPART- MENT CROWDED THE SPRJNOFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 19066t 5 J Dr onjRESIDENT Te ih Extracted With l out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIA ty All Dental Work Std th First class Springfield Ky Once in Hajton Block up stairs f j Local News Notes t FOR SALERadiant Home Heat er Used but little JLALLEN FOR SALETwo good second hand surreys and one buggy for sale heap WHARTON TAPP Salt Risingand Cream Bread received daily HAGAN BROS When you want a picture framed remember I make frames to order sc rv G BTArLOR FARMS FOR SALE Write W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He hasw at your want r Rev G F Hambletori will preach Pleasant Grove church on next Sun day morning p SERIOUSLY HURT Mr Frank Wake field of the Maud section while on his way to town last Monday morning was quite seriously hurt His horse shied throwing him against a fence His forehead was severely cut amTthe flesh of his left cheek badly lacerated Dr Sbehan was summoned and dressed the wounds i Pfointedcarrier A SUCCESS The Courtday Dinner given by the ladies of the church on last Monday was Nery much a success they having cleared over one hundred dollars The ladies desire to thank the jiepgjeljfom the country for their patronage and to assure them that it was appreciated A AGED 114The oldest man in Wash ington county is dying at the age of r114 He is Robert Sprague a negro From earliest childhood he has used H bacco and for fifty years or more hasSjen addicted to the corn whisky habit 4jj that doesnt prove anything of courfc Had he not usedto- bacco arid whisky tesBjisJithave lived 200 years Any school pfiySio prove that fact Harrodsburg Hetilel Will Hardesty colored was given a sentence of one year in the peniten tiary for false swearing thj on Mrs Matt C Mayes will conduct class in dressmaking It will begin Tuesday Oct 30 MifMayes can be consulted in regard to te sons on Monday Oct 29r at the residence of Mrs E S Mayes Sr Rev Wm H William is assisting Rev R L Purdom ina meeting at Bethlehem There will be no preach ing at the Baptist church next Sunday tt Mr arid Mrs A B Baker announce the manfiage of thei daughter Nettiej Hickersbn Baker to Mr Williar3os ton Birch Oct 31 atl the brides parents The marriage will be a quiet affair on account of arecent bereavement in the brides family The public sale of Simms Wheatly t fICart1pbellc nesday Everything sold at high pricesv The sate of Mrs Ruby near MackVille on the 18th was also wellattended and the property sold well Only a small crowd attended the land sale of the Janes estate on the 20th The farm lies two miles south of Fi ederie town It sold for lp25 per acre Last Monday w sa record reaker for county court day as to crowd and a general line of trade The e were about fifty or sixty cattle on the mar ket selling much higher than a month ago The town was full of gypsies all day and what they donje for some ot the boys in horse trades was IMrof our uildi g he Sun in his section Mr Christerson seldom comes to townthat he does not rop in and leave us the cash for three or four new subs And of course its ppreci ated Mrs Thos OBryan showed us an old volume of The Spectator pr rited in London England in the year 1712 The book was found among a lot of old books which Mr OBryan bought at a salea S Madam Wells the Modis from Louisville is stopping at the Calyin House and will be glad to serve ifie ladies of Washington county t A CORRECTIONWe received last weekunoti e of the approaching marriage of Mr Purdom Pinkstpngp Miss Effie Edwards ofexasvicinity which was prjnfed in our col umns We are informed that the 1JppleSomeor a sneak mailed this tot rFhe Sun We are not in the habit of printing un signed items but when a notice of this nature is received it usually comes youngtadyfrequently atloss as to whatt Th about its publication and we usually print it Just a bit qf warning to the sender of this notice The United States Government stands between its mails and all frauds and it might be well for you to consider this If Uncle Sam finds you are using his mails for hellrg tyou in a peck of trouble Your ignorance would riot excuse you iti would be necessary for you to prove your innocence or that you are unfortunately mentally unbalanced For 650 you can bya ha dsome 12 pidce Toilet Set at Zca mans Furniture Store = If you need acap fur rain coator skirt see mine before buy I will give you the best styies at the lowest prices Mrs Williams Dont fail to see the display of Toilet Setsat Leachmans Furniture Store IMPROVING TRACKMr Leondrd Ba kdr the horseman is having thl track at the fair grounds put in shape and announces that a matinee race will be pulled off on the track some time next month Mr Baker is rapidly coming to the front as one of the leading horse men in this section and is perhaps do ing more than arid other one man to promote this industry in the county C A Wilson of Marion county sold to T W Simms Jr a suckling mule coltfor 138 This colt is by the fine jack belonging to Mr Leonard Baker TnepricTisnext to the highest pti this season forfeits Dinner Set of 56 pieces decorated china for 498 at Leachmans Furniture Store Odd pieces of china canbeh4taf Leachmans Furniture Store at half their value THROAT CUTHarve Robinson a white man residing in the north sec tion of the county and a negro man involvedjIinson cut Moran across the throat with a pocketc knife The wound is not flAll Persons indebted to thq firm a puell must make settlement at once Books at B D Lakes office THjSoi CAMPBELL have just receiveda handsome line of sideboards from 15 to 40 WE LEAOHMAN Circuit Court The October term of circuit court conv ned here Monday The docket is light and there iS not a case of nkich n rinterest to be tri jd this term Judge ThurnanSk instructions to the grand jury as usual were strong He placed considerable emphasis upon the duty f t e jury to bring votebuyers and vote ellers to justice Commonwealth Attorney Durham is here looking after the Commonwealth cases GRAND IURY C Bosley foreman Byron Croake Theo Campbell A C Yates Mipor Paris i Merritt Hungate W B Rudd SPi Thompson George T Mayes IN A Hold T L Greenwell and George E Edelen PETIT JURY W H OsboQrne J R ONeal WJ Ray urne B B Leachman AUbrey Tumekr H S Litsey Conrad Heart leiI G Tucker Erastus Case J K ChiahamJ E Derringer S J Mont ltedleyIDee Hiatt Jas A Gregory J JF Head John F Simms CD Robert sdft C W Stallings J A Field Al b ft Gardener JN LAMPTON M D- rDljicApera House dfiiqe phone 01 Residence No 38 0 oo Oooonoooo o Personal Notes io 0oVisitors In and Out of Town A 0 Round Up of the Weeks Personal News 0ooooooooa Miss Fannie Wall is theguest of her neice Mrs Pfcis Whelan of Bards ownIMr Joe Conner of Fijedericktown attended courfhere Monddy Mr and Mrs A C Cunningham have returned home after a short visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Lewis Hughes of Bloomfield was here Monday Mr Tom Edelen of Louisville Is visiting hisj sisters at this place Mrs E S Mayes has returned home after a short visit to her daugh ter Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon Mr and Mrs McClure of Hih Grove spent Saturday with their daughter Miss Ida Miss Lou Booker is visiting Mrs ofLouisvilleMr the first of the week on business Mr Dave Shuck of Lebanonas- here yesterday Mr Charles Tumey was in Leba yesterday Mr Nick RtLouisville is via iting his parents Dr anditiixs W W Ray at this place Mrs Leo Haydon will leave the latter part of the week fora visit to her parents in Bardstown Messrs Ben Philips Ray Goodin and Logan Bosley of Lebanon were here Sunday Mrs Chas Gates of Louisville is visiting at the home of rEL Dav ison Mrs Vanatta of Shelbyville vis ited at the home of Mr M H Jones last week Mr Bob Bland of Lebanon at tended court hereMonday Mr S E Clements wasin Bards town last week Rev Father Vallelly was in Louisville the first ot the week ion business MrsSansburyof Mr anti Mrs R W Wathen Miss Figg Price is spending this week with Miss Virginia Wathen Mrs Mattie Lee Tarlton Jof Cape Girardeaure Mo is visiting her aunt Mrs M H Jones fir H M Grundy spent last week in Louisville iMr Homer Comings of Virginia his cousin Mrs Sallicfimms Mrs I H Thurman and children wefrlrin Lebanon Friday Miss Hettie Spaldingof Lebanon is the guestjof Mrs Channie Cooper Mr Chas Greene who has been at Coon Hollow for the past month spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents here 4 Mr C C McGill and daughter Miss May of Lebanon were here Sunday Mr Glen C Wood of New Haven was here Sunday Mr John Kelly was in B Bardstown Friday jMrs G E Medley was in Lebanon Saturday lIniJ B RoBards has returned home after a few days stay in Burgin 4 Mr Ben F Simms was in Loui ville last week = Mr Rod Wharton of Louisville sent Saturday and Sdnday with his parents here Mrs Lizzie Bevil of Cleveland p is visiting Mrsf W F Booker of near town =Miss Bertha Hay on is the guest of Miss Maria Merrimee of Louisville Mr Jim EdeFen formerly qf this place now of Oakland Cal is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Gen Edelen Mrs Matt Mayes was hostess at a delightful luncheon given Miss Annie Latimer on Saturday afternoon October Concluded on eighth pageJ = c HMIIl tl t ifJt1jir NEWLINE HATSVIAND READY TO VEARS LOW PRICES I will also have on display next Saturday a lot of caps f children I am anxious for the ladies of Springfield and Washington county to call to see these goods THey will suit you so will the prices M1ss WILLIE KNOTT OVER PEOPES BNK tit t tit ti1 1IJ tIlltt + iti r f+ tt et1f I Mew Fall and Winter Goodsii e t Special Prices to Cash Buyers iWe are showing tie Largest St cks we have ever shown before In fact we havu Overstocked our Wits ordertoJ It rvl oW q CLOTHING t 1 wftr 1H All Wo01 2 ply Ingrams 650 w rth 750 C C Ingriims Sac wprth 6oc Inion Ingraips 4Qc vorth doe + rSanitor Extra Sugars 300 w rt35c Sultana Cottag Carpets 25c W rth 30C VV 9x12 rugs 1950 worth25 f4 Womens Black Cloaks 46 inches long 750 worth 10 fit Womens Black Cloaks 50 inches longto worth 15 WjoJft t SvFanp1 Cloaks 48 inches long7 worth 10 Check and Plain Cloaks Cut I Plush Beat Skin and Cloth Cloaks in Red If k Full in t W earj Etc stock of glens W men s and Childrens Underwear in Wool Ribber Separate pieces and Union Suits t 4 52 inch Broad Cloth Black and Colors worth 125 for 100 rT r 38 inch All Wool Panamas BJack and Colors W worth 7oc for GOc + 38 inch All Wool Serge Black and Colors worth 7oc for 50o ItT TU We have the exclusive sale otthe followin pptikes of fine Cloth big For M eI the celebratetl- We1worth and Hart Schaffner Marx fqr Boys and Children t the Perfection brand made by HA Heinshdmer Co itWellworth Suits tit 5750 Im Y Hart S baffn r Marx I5820 f ABoys Perf r t5IOlf5 1r Childs 250 350 445 6 I iJVleiis Boy kind CoatsiMens and Coats Womens 1iand Monarch Shirts in Soft Pleated and 3 Stiff FrontsM its t Carpets and Rugs 1 I Axmfnisterjpom + 9x12 Brussells Rugs 15 worth 20 9x12 Topestry Rugs 135 r wor LtW 9x1 Topestry Rugs 1150 36x721loquet Rugs 350 +30x60 loquet Rugs 2561 All Sizgs Smyrna Rugs at kdued prices t I 1Caks 1 i The New Styles for Women Misses and Children l MissesFancy Children Corduroy VIStock ofSwelties Belts Ladies Neck Gloves Complete Fleecednn iDress Goods We Offer v fori5ct 250I- 5r Jt25 Perfection Childrens Regent thI7o50 lvorth15 Large Range of BIacIp God14 I vTaffitasPoplins HpnriftttflsiI Batiste Melrose Cheviots EtcafWaiatnjA great variety Plaids io Silk +Wool arid Mercerized Also Plaid Sui tings mBroad Cloth Imported Serge Novelties Etcrj IExclusive r if tKnppenderfEltton 400CC andE School Shoes for Misses and C and E Kid Kangaroo Calf andVWe can fit the Boys atnd uir uplVSefloa1 Shoes nd Stout Hosiery h i Cunningham n Punca lg iwwwvvw WW ww + t t + f + T + t- St I i f i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY Y OCTOBER 24 1906 A FLOATING MINE WAS STRUCK iv THE RUSSIAN COASTING STEAMER WARJAGIN Terrible Disaster at Sea in Which One Hundred and Eighty Persons Perishedonly One Saved tLondon Oct 22A dispatch re ceived here from Vladlvostock by Lloyds agency says the Russian wood en coasting steamer Warjagin strucK A floating mine and foundered Some of her passengers and crew were saved but 180 persons were drowned Another message received by a news agency says 200 passengers perished on hoard the Warjagin only one be ting saved JOIN SALVATION ARMY J As Penalty For Mailing Improper Pos 4 tal Cards +PJttsburg Pa Oct 22The picture ybstaT card is directly responsible for Flora Nedemeyer and Francis Kugler two pretty Motfht Washington girls About IttayeVs old getting Into the tolls The girls are charged with man ing some of the Illustrated cards con staining some pointed statements to a friend who did not appreciate their humor and the matter to tne postal authorities who after Investi gating 1ne CaRe made the Information d against the ills charging them with Violating the postal laws which for the sending of mail upon which Edwritten anything of a libelous na The fair defendants seemed to take the whole proceedings as a huge 1and refused jto be serious even Iwhen threatened with Jail Mp Lindsay finally told them that if Ithey would join the Salvation army ass penan9e for their misdeeds he would riot prosecute further Te girls then went away to carry out the courts Order J NEGROESS7lOut arthe Town FolloWIng An Insult To a White Girl Casey Ill Oct 22This town with ja population of 3500 Is without a col bred citizen following the troubles of jriist Friday arid Saturday in which the pegs Inhabitants were chased out aft er a white girl had been Insulted by IJohn Johnson negro hotel cook A vb axasformed Immediately after the nest of Johnson but the negro was aved by means of a ruse The mob learning this became furious and im mediately started to free the city ol the negro population Negro barber jIIhop employes and hotel porters cooks Jand laborers were ordered to leave lThe police and several deputies mixed with the mob but no one was Injured 4 threatened to Punch Minister TQhnVoHenry nearlybroieenia letter to one of the married women in his flock asking her to meet him at an Interurban station Walter Hustfed husband of the woman threatened to thehppractice his pugilistic talent The matter was taken to the church board which is now c nductingan InvfeUga Ion Driven Ashore in a Gale Norfolk Va Oct 22The steamer George Farwell laden with 575 000 feet of lumber from Jacksonville Fla for New Haven Ct went ashore in a igal ere Cape Henry and will probably be a total loss Capt J D Chlsholm and his crew of 15 men wdre saved after a thrilling experience by the life savjng crews from the Virginia beech stations The captain described the storm as tile worst in his 20 years ex fperiencp Protect Use of Christ Name Guthrie Okla Oct 2A moVement has been started among the Jejvsnf the new state to present a petition to the constitutional convention at Guth rle next month appealing to the dele not to insert Tn the constitution of Okiahoma any clause that will rec ognize Jesus Christ ajyleltr or will be repugnant to the or any other reUgioussect Cremated in a Shocking Manner Clarksburg W Va Oct 22The body of George Raschld the Syrian leper was cremated In a shocking spanner at Pickens The shanty In which he had been staying was set on fire and his body was consumed with lit It Is now declared that his death was the result of foul play Many peo pIe at PIckens say the lener was given poison jo his food l One Man Killed Ogden Utah Oct 22One man was r Milled and 100000 In property was de troyed by a heavy wind storm that swept over this section Wm Glbbs was struck by a flying plank and kill ed The Catholic church was badly damagedand oJher large bulldin ssuf iered Edisons New Battery New York t22rrhoma A Edi Bon has accoD1 llshed a surprise for the Trorld HepromlsSs fcfpuron the market within six months a new store mge battery which will enable every nan to travel in his own private Car riage at the coat of car fare J Negro Hanged Mobile Ala Oct 22Robert Clarke alias Dan Dove a negro from Kansas XJity was hanged from a telegraph pote pear the Lucedale depot Mobile jackson Kansas City railroad by j00 masked menz liyy rib Sot Tlter13tu1 JiO liar l i 81 11 81 1IJ t 9 8 LAKE II INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE IYF ri an FARM Are Increasing in Value If You Want to Buy How is The Tine IF YOU t wary TO SELL YOUR FARM PUT IT IN MY- HANDSl I believeindeed I am sureI can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or adjoining counties I have a great many farms fof sale good onesat reasonable prices and I am anxious to show you antone of them Remember that land is constantly increasingin value is hardly a remote possibility that it will decrease Indeed the man wno buys a farm today may feel absolutely certain that its value will increase a third possibly half or more within a half a dozen years I honestly believe that you can be suited in place and price if you will call upon me I have farms in 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 close to school house and church Price 40 per a- creIto acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilllng good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre t No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre- sNo S167 acre seven mil s from Springfield ple t timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from house and church Good tobacco I4ndPrice- peracre 15 No 6tr205 acres 7 miles from S ringfield good dwelling a tobacco barnsione stock barn all necessawoutbuildings plenty tim ber lots of good tobacco good grass Price 35 per acre r No 7 175 acres dwellingstabler wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobacco from town No 8 128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty mber all necessary outbuildings goodgrass good dwelling arts Price 20 per acre t rNo 965 acres nine miles from Spnngfiekl 20 acres timber two houses r one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 1010kacres seveb miles from Springfield 15 acres prod timber plenty good tbbac o land good barn fine orchard good large dwelling Will make fipe dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No n220 acres sixQ miles from Springfield on good pike 50 acres timberask oak hickory and poplar and school convenient twos barns telephone in house well watered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Sprihgfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest inicultivation plenty of water Price 3b No i8174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one jood six room dwelling pn good pike 3J miles from depot one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwellhp two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobac o two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two ood wens plenty o f springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit largend icq house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 2O25 acnine miles fr mSpringfield gbod dwelling- two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two states 75 acres timber plenty of grass fin orchard 30 an acre j Several other pieles of town property If yrt want a home in Springfield Ive gotiitAt any price THE REALI MAN i J t YOU WILL FIND TO SUIT YOU D 7 NSIV4Y AND ARE FOUND e il r LET SHOW YOU ONE OF goodland ESTATE A POINT PROPERTY MERE IB ADVERTISE BUYERS ME THESE FARMS LAKE S ileafromNo 2212 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young rchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Priqe h15 per acreINo 23 =i3J acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns acres of toba co one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half miles from school timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water PijicekJSS per acre No Uo166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good Pike1onel 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 toodccs barns 1 corn crib ice ouse hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bqt1 torn land fen e in good repair Price 60 per acre r No Sfr248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barnVi V 50x60 ft under pining layed in cements in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in thiji year No 26Ho se 7 rooms in Springfield fa acres of groundastable hen ho se smoke house spring in yard lot fenced in 6 lots Cheap n J No 2770 J acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smoke house rchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800IiJefroacre easy payments No 30115 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn 1 stable cellar under house payplentspriceNo 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good r 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres cf fine tob stock barn plenty of water Price 25 v No 3275 a res 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike oh good road 5 room dwelling stock Barn all out buildings Price 3250 No 33231 cres in Nelson county on Stoner 6 miles from dwehingfinestockbarn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all restof farm hi ijrass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted countywellfencedty for a home Cheap x 1senas 1 l SPRINGFIELDKENTUCKY I IA fACT FOR YOU ALWAYSBEENr r v Taxes Must Be Paid IT 21 Pot later Than November T Seer Osbournes Warning on Another Page Pay Now Save Moneys Ir T TiSt1I1andth Dailylleraid2OOr fro f J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1906 11 1 HarnessSaddle 1 to T and t i foir oci II Society Editor of the Chicago RecordHerald Thy Topaz l ovembers Birthstone Furnishes ColorScheme Yellow Jid Admits the GuestsHost and v Hostess Gowned as the Yellow Peril A Yellow Journal Menu The bIrthstone for November is the= topaz and with the yellow Chrysan themums coming on and the roses of yellow filling the greenhouses there should be little difficulty in fending plenty of floral decoration at least The golden rod which comes nearer very harden to find atJhis time of yea but if some effort is made it can be secured Yellow as a decoration is old and new ideas for the working out of the color scheme are not very plentiful Perhaps the newest may be found in an attempt to play upon the yellow newspaper idea If this is done go to a newspaper or telegraph office and secure some yellow flimsy Have the invitations written on this and send to the guests the Invitations may read after this fashion T News comes from Michigan boule vard that Mr and Mrs John Jacob Graham will celebrate the birthday an niversary of Mr Graham by giving a dinner to their close friends on the evening of and that Mr and Airw Thomas Jones are among tie bidden guests The dinner will be informal- t and will be served at seventhirty ccjock at their home number PU the boulevard and the invited guests are asked TOPAZ upon the Invitations early and respond The house may be decorated In the Mowers yellow bunting and jellow flags Thfe lightshould bf shaded In yellow If there Is a small son in the family or among the friends whoa Can be persuaded to serve at the door Instead of one of the servants dress him althe =YeU It Tho Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough V This remedy famous for 1U cures over a large part the civilized can always b depended upon tOital no opium or other harmful drug and may be given as confidently to a baby M to an adult I Price 25 eta Large Size 50 eta t 1 t 9 pe have decided to a Harness Saddle and Shoe Repairing Sop to say to liC 1h our work will that our prices will be low Bring us yourr work l = THE BLUE COMPANY Successors Allen Begemann Seasonable Entertainments Suggestions Functions BROWNoJ thanabyof Chamberlains Cough Remedy and Soe Repairing condJJt theManddesfe italfof beAuaiinteedand None But First Class Workmen GRASS AWFG low Kid andlet him admit the guests The host and hostess may be dressed as Chinese representing the Yellow Peril abqut which we have heard so much inj recent years Qr if either ob ject to this the servants who wait upon tH6 table may be dressed in this fashion v The affair being a dinner naturally will depend greatly upon the table arrangements for the completion of the central idea of the evening and this can be carried out without difficulty Flowers arranged as the hostess de sires should fogm the center decoration For the menu cards issue small editions of a yellow paper and these may serve as place cards as well The common white newspaper print print ed in yellow ink or yellow print printed in flaring black letters may be used The size of the sheet may be determined by the entertainers but at least an eight page paper should be arrangedOn firs page at the top have this line GRAHAMS YELLer Thirtyfifth year No Chicago November 22 1905 Eight Parts The year in the upper lefthand cor ner of course is the age of the host men not hesitating to tell their ages according to proverb Where the car toon in the average city paper is placed have the picture pfa newsboy with his mouth wide open and from his throat supposedly coming the newsboys yellAll About In the space elow have this UneiWhat is to follow At the very bottom of the page write the name of the guest for whom it is Intended The courses of course will follow each occupying a page and each de scribed in true yellow journalism style The menu may be elaborate or slID pIetheone given below asa sample is very simple but wholesome anti good enough for an informal gather ing of close friends on such an occa sipnaJja birthday celebration The course may be tomato soup and the second page of the paper will read TOMatoes CRUSHED that we may DRINK of their bLOOD Arranged in headline fashion with the capitalized Jetters in big type and the other letters In agate or smaller thIs line will be yellow enough for the mJst gory For the second or the fish course may be Fish NETS of the heartless CATCH UNWARY The meat course may consist of a juicy roast of beef with browned pota toes and orfeamed corn for the princi pals The next page of the paper will read liow ROASTS toeSJewhile the pot DONE V i EAll 1fQrcorn are MASHED toa cream The salad may be any kind chosen for the following CHOPPED paseIThe dessert may be brick Icejcreani and cakes and the page will boar this description FROZEN into bricKs AND BAKED in an oveniCoffee and nuts yvill come next with the description THE END IS NEAR And when tie cigars come on GOES UP IN SMOKE v In the cako which the host should put and which should be borne to the able on a bed of flowers used in the Hecoratioix or on a wooden base surrounded by lighted yellow candles should be baked a sold ring set with a topazi and astickpln to correspond Tho ring may lie baked in one sidejof the cake and the pin in the other The man who haws the piece of cake bearing the pin is the lucky one of the evening of the men and the woman who wins the piece bearing the womeniif it is desired the guests may Issue a yellow paper of their own the items to be confined to news of those present at the dinner Copyright by Joseph B Bowles STATES NEGLECTED OF POE Plenty of Them in the Country Worth a Wooze Have Been Overlooked tHey has it ever sunk into you inquired the gruff voiced man in the aisle seat of the vaudeville theater where smoking is allowed that theres a whole lot of geographical dis crimination In these illustrated songs that have been heaved at us during the last few years from the main deck J Of vaudeville theaters by the ramblers with the spitlocks the phony gig lamps and the 16 dress suits tWhats the reason that Virginia Tennessee Georga Louisiana and one or two others are the only states that appear to be able to butt into These mbther andsister and JiomjjancFflre side dirges Sbme a novelty bySfemoking api and whit tling off a chant about the chalk ranges or something like that of New 1Veilcoulddlg- up amp3hlre- that he could build a sonFaround ought to be able to sling us one s y about the sage brush of Idaho Why couldnt they fashion one about the grasshoppers of Kansas or the bullhead catfish of Missouri How I love to of Texas would go all right In an illus trated song wouldnt it IJtow I yearn to romp on the mosquito grass of old New MexJco ought to be a fetching line to ram into one of them too Or Many years have passed since Ive broken my old last on the tooth some Gila snakes ot Arizona Why couldnt some duck give the southwest a lookIn by writing one something after that order The west in general gets it in the neck at the hands of these illustrated song spielers anyway Whats the matter with A batn Id like to take in the mighty saline lake that lies Within the borders of old I tah There are a Jot of near lying states too that havent been so much ai scratched by the illustrated songwriters If only had a pick Id like to take a lick at the anthracite deposits of Pennsylvanlawouldnt it be the proper kink to give the Keystone- state a buttin something after that j fashion rattling good states too have been overlooked Ive wandered far and near But Ive never got the boer That I used to lap up in olw h isco- bsinI dont see anything the m tier with that by way of recognizirg the great northwest Or Its many bluffs so bald As those that line the streams of far ilontana theres one that ud tickle the Mary McLaneites Isnt the middle west good enough to work up a wooze I havent since gorgeoustasselled way out In Ioway theres one that carries the general idea of recognizing that suction There shouldnt be any discrimina tion in these ballads geographical or otherwise The illustrated song sing sters ought to have em on their strings for each stale and territory In theyfollow ofrtheinto songs by the ball dlsts and it uPIIs SLEUTHS FAIL TO FIND RECORD Of Child Born to Mrs Clay in Chicago Hospital Lexington Ky Kentuckys aristocracy Is stirred to its depths by the published announcement that MrsEs telle Chenault Clay who died In the Pdst Graduate hospital at Chicago in Tune 1899 had given birth toa child just before death and that this child was being held in secret there by Mrs Mary Peck Them thus keeping the child from inheriting the big estate awaiting leer in this state Denials are coming thidk and fast from the Clays that such a child was born and they declare that the pub lication is an effort on the part of Mrs Lavina Estelle Chenault Cunningham mother of the late Mrs Clay to obtain newspaper notoriety After Mr and Mrs Brutus J Clay separated and a divorce was granted the court gave Nannle Clay their small daughter to her father When Mrs Clay died at Chicago she left aa estate of probably 10000 Birth rec ords of Chicago fail to show the birth of a child to Mrs Clay- SALOONKEEPERS Are Denied Masonic Membership in Kentucky For a year Louisville Ky Saloonkeepers and liquor men are denied admission to Masonic membership In Kentucky for a period of one year by the grand lodge of Masons A constitutional amend ment will be voted Upon at the meet ing next year to forbid them perpetual membership in the order The grand lodge is compelled to delay voting on a proposed constitutional amendment untth one year after it Is Introduced but the grand lodge had authority however to pass a resolution debarring liquor men of all kinds from member ship in the lodge fora period of a year The resolution of course can not apply to any saloon men who might now be a member of a Kentucky Masonic lodge No dealer already a Mason can he advanced in the order until he changes his present occupation HE STILL WATCHES Watched the Children While Strange Woman Sought Her Valise Maysvllle KyA strange woman well dressed and accompanied by small boy and girl mot Joseph Car penter a building contractor on the street and asked him to take care of the children until she went to a depoc for her valise Carpenter stood qn the street corner waiting for the woman to return Stanley Porter came alon two hours later end Carpenter asked him to assist In finding the woman Porter suggested that each take one of the children home Both wanted the girl but finally agreed that Car enter should take the girl arid Porter the boy A search is being mmk for the woman but she is beyeved to have loft the city AGED SHOEMAKER Hada Fortune Scattered About the House When He Died Louisville Ky Louis Militz 80 was found dead in his room at 1925 Con gross street He lived alone ida squalid room which hehad occupied for the Shtrill1kerandthought him a poor man but when his clothing was searched in the llnimw were found certificates of deposit m the Louisville Trust Co for about 15 000 In stocks and bonds of vayjou kinds molt of them being gilt edse Secreted about the house was found 8SO in bills and coin It was also shown front memorandum on his por son that Militz owned two good houses at 25th and Market streets MiieiiMY f the large room on Main Street recent ly occupied by Carpenters Meat Market J Come to See Me I am prepared to do all kinds of reelIIi i Clothes Cleaning and Pressing iwill be made a specialty IIQeo B1 Taylor l Gasoline 4r Engines The BEST Makes We tave on display t eJotr wing imakeslC The Olds Ia esFairbanks Come and See Them Run y Also cm display Ohio Feed Cutters japd New HlghlandjCrushers r F xz WELLS BROSj SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 11 t r S THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEBNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1906 1 t PERSONALK0TES ifi Continued from fitfh pagef St4 y rHISSes Annie Latimer Elizabeth Waters Dorothy McElroy and Lydia Lee McElroy x Mrs J H Lampton entertained the following guests at dinner last Thursday Dr and Mrs T D Latimer Miss Annie Latimer Rev and Mrs G F Hamilton and W H Williams Mrs Frank McElroy and daughter Miss Ethel left y estenlay foTtheir home in Indian Territory aftera visi- f to her mother Mrs Kittfe Hayes M ssAlth ire Medley was in Leba son one day last week Mrs A R Shultz waS in Lebanon Thursday Miss Lizzie ESydon was in Bards town and Louisville last week Mr T B Blanford fPinevilie is the guest of his mother Mrs R P Blanford r Miss Lillian McClain who has bee quite ill for some time is reported much better 1We are glad to say that Mrs T DWells is improving rapidly Miss Mary Lee Taylor of Harrodsd burg is here to aJtend school Miss Fannie Hardin McElroy was 4hostess at a dinner given Miss Anni Latimer last Wednesday evening The guests were Miss Annie Latimer Messrs Shaker Robertson and R Y JfcElroy feMrs Hariett Montgomery anc daughters Misses Louise and MarcBell haVe returned home after a t months visit to relatives in Louisvil Ijpand Meade county Mr Glenn Wood who has ha charge of the New Haven Drug Co V jstore for some time has resigned and L will return to Bardstown He is suc ceeded by Mr Edmond Wilson of Greensburg We regret Mr Woods departure for by his gentlemanly bearing he has made numerous friends J here but desire to welcome Mr Wilson willtfi pleased with our city New n Echo v JASixCourse Dinner- J t iMissj Annie Latimer was the guest 5 of honor at a six course dinner given on Friday evening October 19th by Messrs W H Williams W CMc Chord Jr W H Whartonand 0 Fet ter Wharton at Roseland the home of JudgeW E Selecnian It was an American Beauty dinner tie decorations being carried out i Il that color Covers were laid for eight JThe dining room was indeed a scene enchantment Beautiful Bostonian Sword ferns ere artistically arranged in every porlion of the room Ante 8 spersed with many candelebras with the American Beauty shades The guests were served at a round tabl The centerpiece was a mound of Maid yen Hair fern surrounding candelabra with white tapers and American Beauty shades around this and near the ed of the table were candle sticks with the ame kind of shades The place cards were red rose buds Mr Williams was called upon for an after dinner speech He gracefully responds and much to the supprise and delight of the guests he did so in original poetry the theme of which was Miss Latimer ex prssingregret that she was so boon to iave Springfielda The guests were as follows Misses Annie Latimer Lucy E Selecman Elizabeth Waters Lydia Lee McElroy Messrs William Harrison Williams WC McChord Jr William H Whar ton and 0 Fetter Wharton a NOTICE All persons indebted to restate of Ki B Powell are request to settle same on or before January 1907V N J POWELL Admr pdJllo 21 n L Fox RENTTwo farms one all ho tom land about 125 sores three ten Want houses one good frame house of six rooms two stock barns tobacco barn seven acres capacity good tobac eland The other an upland farm fcrone quarter of a mile from town about 100 acres orchard good dwelling put buildings barn and tobacco land Will rent for cash for 1907 Apply 3 R Connor Fredericktown Ky FARM FOR SALE164 acres one and umehalf miles from Springfield good tfmall dwelling small tenant hous food barn 36 x 36 well watered plen of locust posts Price 22 per acre 4 bargain for somebody who wants place close to town B D LAKE iWILLISBURG t We are having beautiful weather at present but when bleak Decemb comes we will have two bad days for r everySretty one we have now We are glad to see Lester Gibbs on our streets again after a long illness of typhoid feverI y The people ire getting impatient up4wso to ti oooeaoooQQQ Q THE v WALirTONu1 WOODSONMOSS PROPRIETOR In the future special Sunday dinners will be given at The Walton The best marketdis the menu for next Sunday Michigan Celery Queen Olives J Sweet Picketed Baked Fresh Salmon Anchovy Butter atBoiled Ox Tongue Piquant Sauce JFriedE ConeyShrimps Snow Flake Potatoes Petit Pois Sugar Corn Candid Yams Corn Bread Plain Cream Bread Manilla Ice Cream Assorted Cake Chocolate Cream Pie Milkn1230 to 130 oa oc oooaoo 0000000000000I g tpetitember 1st eRobert Perkins of Indiana is visit ins relatives and friends in this vier- i y Clydearei 1the city Mrs Jim Brown of Louisville has me to this place to spend the winter parentsle Harlow and daughter Battled jj court at Springheld Monday sWe are 6 note the death of IganiArmstron and Tim Crouch both ofwhom died of typhoid fever The community extends condolence to t bereaved ones weabeech rs To the Ladies of Washington County IiDont sell any more hen or roosters until the turkey season is over Th e are very low now an wed will be to spay at least 2 cents more f them afterithe season is over Bear thi usII OORESVILLE ofBorn to the wife of Dan Hardin an eightpound girl There will be preaching at New Hope Church next Sunday by Rev Hamilton of Springfield a Boe lettj were married at Willisbu last manyfrie Cellgia Misses Nancy Ellis and Eunice Week ley were in Bloomfield Saturday shop ping Q rte a large crowd from heye at ten eel ro unty Court at Springfield Monday MrT 1 Sweeney was in Louisville Friday and Saturday on business Mrs Jane Settle and Sam Lere are visiting friends and relatives in Speiv cer ounty Humphrey of Hunters de MIBud here Saturday and Sunday H B6blftf sold his farm about 80 acres to E A BOb tt for 1800 Mr Frank Wakefield had ar narrow drivingeel by s came n 1eel and threw him out of the buggy He was bruised up considerably but no bones were broken The horse ran on byfA r Wak field had a close call and was un con s ious for awhjle but is now rapId- ly im roving and will soon be out again hA D1STY weathertoat preser tand the farmers are busy sowing th jir grains Mfss Texie arlow was the guest SundayjJ Shehan o 110ty and children of1Y biar MisslSallie Trent of Polin visit l thel Gray Saturday night at Sunday J Seve al from this community teTJded county cburtMonday erMiss Lucy Barlow was the guest of Miss S die Crow Sunday Mrs Sarah Gray spent last week with her son J H Gray Daily Herald AND SUN 200 f JENSONTON After a weeks absence I will try to send in a few items from our little town merjchantFriday selecting his stock of fall and winter goods Mr Bob Cocanougher wife and two children of Deep Creek spent Thurs day and Friday with the formers parents 1 rand Mrs Geo Cocanougher Bro Johnnie Key who has been i Harrjsoncounty assisting Rev Pike in meetmfihasreturnedhome Mesdames Lucinda Cocanougher Young and Francis Staten the pleasant guests of Mrs Liz zie Cocanougher Tuesday of last week Mr J M Coyle and wife went chestnut hurit1gon the knobs Saturday and spent SsOTrday night and Sunday with Mr Billie Coyle of Black Lick Mr Marcus Cocanou her and family of Enido spent Saturday night with his parents Mr and Mrs John Coca nougher Meeting begun at Beech Grove Mon day night with gook attendance Mrs1 Mtilyina Young spent Sunday with her son Mr George Young Mr George Cocanoughei and densh Iter ssGeorgia went chestnut hunt SundaycOn1 last Saturday the 20th we had the pleasure of attending a surprise Mnr M D L Cocanougher an uncle of your correspondent His birthday was not until the 21 but as Uncle Marcus is not in favor of Sunday visiting We th9ught Saturday would do as well It was a surprise sure enough Uncl- had gone upon the hill which lies in front of the house to sow some grain when he happened to look toward the house and saw some horses aid buggies and thought perhaps he had better go down and see what was takin place When he got there he saw a great many things to make him think heof his birthday There were severity six Quests to partake of the bountiful dinner that was served Uncle Marcus said he didnt w he had so many prQsentsforter dinner was over we had smgm with Miss Mattie Martin as leader an ytillwill never meet again on this earth but we hope to meet jn heaven where separation w be no more As we were about rp be seperated Mr Geo thYat we we rejoicingor t CARDWELL W 1L Graham and family visited JW Graham at Sharpsville Sunday Mr Robert Stamper and sister of Owen county are visiting friends here Mrs S Royalty of Tablow M E Perking and Ruben Foster of Battle Miss Roxie Lay of Polin and J F Reynolds pf Willisburg spent with E T Perkins and family Mr Causby Burton and family le for Illinoise this week Mrs George Wood returned from I inoise last week Mr T Cooksey and wifej of Brooks nighgmt again Mrs R A Wilham is able to be u againJMrs Relies Wood is very ill with Typhoid fever and is not expected tp recover We report the following weddings Toin Coulter and Miss Pearl Lester Erastus ColvIn and Miss Rebecca Coul ter Bud Casey and Miss Hattie Hen dren Bud Gassy and wife left Friday for Illinois Mr Albnrt Tatum and wife of Ha rodsburg will visit here this week Mr Tatbm is out after a spell of typhoid fever H J IBrdwn sold to Harvey Robinson his tower farm for 1800 JTT and R J Young bought from Harve Robson his farm for1200 Bill Carter bought 20 acres of land from Earl Rarrott for 800 cash Ei G Hallidas bought 30 head of cat tie from different parties paying 2J cents for cows 31 cents for heifers and 3J to 4 cents for steers He also bought from carve Robinson one five yearold horse for 125 and 35 head of hogs from J H Young for 6 cents per pound ofGraham fr Perkins have bought se v ranging in price from 80 160ne t E Holliday sold a Jersey cow L Graham for 45 W L Graham bought several calves at 12 and 1250 per head Rogjdj horse for 125 oiSeeightyeaa r Torments of letter and Eczema Allayed 0 The intense Itching characteristic of eczema tetter and like diseases is in ChambeMains r have been permanently cured by ItsI DruJrStoreSpringfield CORRECT MARKET REPORTS Springfield Market r Bacon Hams 156 Sides 12Hc Beeswax c per pound pounddDried apples 5c per posed Ducks7c per pound Corn Meal75c to 60c per bushel EggxlOc per dozen Feathers 44o per pound s Flour220to Ginseng 750 per pound v 40enLardlIe per pounl Lime toSloo per barrel Mill productsBran 80 snipstnff 100 per pounds Potatoes Country loc 5185 per barrel Turkeysl0 per pound Tallow4c per pound Vinegar 35c to loc per gallon WoolBurry and grQasy liKc clear of grease 20c tub washed 28a Country Sorghum 15cto50c v Geese35c a polco MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 20 CATTLEExtra 525 Q 550 7QIJHOGSChoice SHEEPExtra 460 465- rAMBgExtra 7 25 FLOURSpring nat 4 35 5 4 WHEAT No 2 red p 7- 6CORNNo2 mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 354 YENo 2 choice 67 Q 68 HAYCh timothy 1800 BUTTERDairy Q 16 APPLES New bbl 250 d 3 00 POTATOESNew 2 00 2 25 TOBACCO New 6 10 23 75 CHICAQO WHEAT No 2 red 71 72 CORNNo 2 mixed Q 45 iem a mss LARD Steam 9 45 NEW YOBK FLOUR Win pat 435 Q 4 40 WHEATyo 2 red 78 Ia 2 mixed 54 38gLARDSteam 9 65 Q 975 BALTIMORE WHEATNo 2 ren Q 80 CORNNo2 mixed Q 53y OATSr02 mixed 37 37 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 79 52ig50HINDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrime 5 15 5 35 HOGS Choice 40 Q 6 60 SHEEPExtra 4 60 4 65 Postmistressois Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has found Dr Kings NewLife Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and BowelS- in perfect order Youll agree with her if you try these painless purifiers that infuse new life Guaranteed by C J Haydon druggist Price 25 SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN 6 Under this head all who are sub chargesyfarm products stock ere for saW or wanted inftvery low rates IlC N Willett Route 3 has for sale 50 ewes Mrs J I Martin Route 1 has for 75utaPcents each in large quantities less mon eYeMrsR B Cregor Route 3 Leba thoroughbredBarred each Lid Congor Strain and fine layera 2yearoldGinseng fiTj Cecil Route 2 has for sale Herferdbull salerCandidate For Senator The Standard announces Mr Red fordC Cherry of Bardstown as a candidate for State Senator from the Fourteenth Senatorial district com posedof the counties of Nelson Spen cer and Mr Cherry is well knownand popular is a lawyer of abil ity and if elect d to the position it goes without sa ing that he it withcredit to h mself and his conati tuency Caution Persons when traveling should exer cise care in the use of drinking water everytoJains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea carneddistressing sickness and annoy ing d layFor sale every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Letter JList List of letters remaining Uncalled for In the Springfield Post Office for week ending Oct 24 1906 Fred Brooks E E Craven Sophia Hurt Wro Ticener Mrs N Frye Arthur Gladden Miss Leta Hamilton CoJolin Tony B Walker Mrs A R Walker W A WABERSj Postmaster 7 t u Come to LaRue Cbunty and Buy Good Level Land 113 acres of nice level land 6 miles from rail road tonland county seat Hodgenville on pike 8 acres of timber fvery nice seven rfcom barn 32x32 feet ice house and other outbui dings good orchard This is a nice little farm lies well and produces well and in a good neighborhood It is a bargain at 30 0 No 171 250 acres of fine level land one arida half miles of onelandacres of timber that will make a good payment on the place lo cated ih a goofi 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 down and good time on the restThis is La dirt cheap 12500 t ue county has over 100000 of farming lands that lies well and produces well that is sellingche p as compared with the same grade of land in other countries But LaRue county is on the longThfc way Claude Hudgins Hodfinville Ky 2 Agent Lakes Overflowers pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre barnholdswatej hstock and domestic good fence fine tobacco landX 7J miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre J No 4qFifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and good grass arn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 milesfrommilkhouseacre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mutes Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco 45peracrepoolwellNo 44Nice home in Springfield lot 70x350 feet stable coal 4ryardNo4pI64 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 2250 per acre j No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of tobaccolandNo 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings plentyoftobaccoNo 49A farm containing 000 acres eight miles from Spring barnplentyposts Close to church and school Price 32r50 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfieldon good 8 room dwelling 5 retobacco barn Plenty tobacco land an locust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depots 50 per acre No 51152 acres4miles from Bloomfield on good fke m Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun tyGood five room barn will hold twentyfiVe acres of wastelandB D LAKE HILLSBORO Mr Thomas Coulter and wife attended meeting at Rock Bridge Sunday Mrs Maty Hines is visiting her brother Mr Jim Oder at Booker this weekMiss Sarah Shields spent Sunday night with her sister Mrs Eatha Coul ter Mr Jesse Thomas and family attended meeting at Springfield Sunday Mr Earnest Sht wmaker and Miss Eva Inman attended meeting at Mack ville Sunday Mr Erastus Shields of Harrodsdurg visited his parents at this place Sunday Mr Jake Hines of Booker visited at Mr C M Hines Sunday J Mr John Leachman wife and daugh ter spent Sunday with Mr B H Mc Ilvoy and amily There was a gOQd crowd out to hear Bro Simms Sunday He will preach again on next third Sunday Mr J M Montgomery and wife spent last Sunday with Mr B H Mc Ilvoy and wife BallardSettlesand family t zMr Ormsby ShewmakeV of Harrods Real Estate RialrEstaii Arinti 4 Springfield Ky burg Was in this vicinity lat week Quite a large crowd from here at tended county court Monday Mrs Emma Coulter is oin the sic list The prayer meeting at this place is ThursdayISunday with Mr John Armstrong and family Sundaythehome tillness of about two weeks of typhoid fever He was twentyone years old and a member of the Christian church at Willisburg He was a good man and loved by all who knew him Besides his wife he leaves his father and manyfriends RevJeteryWeones Sick Headache Cured Sick headache is caused by derangement of the stomach and by indiges LiverTabletsfect a cure By taking these tablets assoon as the first indication of the dis Case appears the attack may be pd 9fT a free sample and try them StoreSpringfield 4