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I l J tJi F tinflth j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY A II Tt lVOLUME IlrSPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1907 NMMIERAf VOTE FOR BEN JOHNSONAND YOU WILL NEVER REGRET CASTING YOUR VOTE FOR HIM M1 Ii1 IiWJbr4 1Q 1lrt iiiIlWa EEEEEEEE fEiE EiEiE fEE EiK EEEEEEEE Ei EEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEE i i 1 SOMETHING ABOUT HON CHAS A TOWN T T ii t tH Will Lecture Here Tuesday Night Nov i 13 T T CONTRIBUTED Above all other posessions anations 4cuef asset is its men and History is In reality but theirbiographyh And this is so in all ages and under all form recordthose eras chronicled as great were greatonly because ot the great nwho played their part upon the stage of action in that particular place and time What were your French Revolu 1tionswithout your Mirabeaus Your American Revolutions without your WashingtonsAnd age and the records of what it does and says and thinks perishes not utterly twill be because there now move among us superb sun kissed men who have convictions and the courage to defend those convictions whatever the consequences These generaizations are suggested by thinking of one of the prominent men of tile present Chas A Towne and whalPhe stands for It matters little iri the end whether he is Democrat or Republican and he is or has been both what really is the difference anyway if he have consistancy of principle In an effeet and barren age Englands greatest PoetLauredte longed for IA Strong man in a blatant land Lifce some of the simple great ones of old Autocrat Democrat whatever you call him lWhat care I can lend and will not lie t In 96a crisis confronted the conven tionatSt Louis Out of the different opinions and different interests of that assembly some sort of declaration of the money question must be made The East backed by its interest and traditions demanded theGold Standard The West was equally clamorous for Silver at16 to 1 It was a formidable issue fraught with destiny to parties and to men The time was ripe and the issue stared them boldly in the face In this convention as a delegate from Minesota r sat Chas A Towne at that time a member of the Lower House of Con gress His maiden speech in that body had awept its members off their feet arid had secured for him the enviable dis truction of being the most talked off man in Washington The incident had but few precedents Cousins Cochrane and Breckentidge and Lewis had done it but the rule was and is that the yqungGongressman fihds opportunity to do little else than vote with his part Hut Towne was not of ordinary mould He believed thingswhich is a great f Mtf virtue and rare as it is rfat arid ne could clothe his belief in el lyence to make it pre entible to any auHienc He was yoiirig handsome with a yoke trained to the utmost of the elect tionsts skillthe idol of his constit uency a map marked by destiny and by the times jfor great things But he also hada rarer virtue a conscience Being of the West ne believed heart and soul in silver and the aforesaid convention declared in favor of the Gold Standard Townes conscience compelled him with forty other West ern members tomarch out of the hall under the most dramatic circumstances that ever occurred in a political conven tion His course seemed martyrdom- he yielded his leadership of the Northwest to follow his belief Some of us then and now thought his convictions on the money question were wrong but all men approved his conduct Here was no time server here was no self seeking politi ian hele was a man that would not lie But mark the sequel and here the hand of destiny that shapes the ends of men roughhew them as we may again appears In stead of the discretited leader without a following he finds primacy among the hosts who think as he thinks OH the money question and we next find him a Free Silver Democrat in the United States Senate His subsequent career in American Histpry He was Bryans running mate in 1900 He is now a Representive of a New York District of Democratic complexion in the House that witnessed his first triumph ConsistencyYes he has been con sistent too If you do not see it stop a minute arid ask yourself What Western Republicans believed and what the Towne wing of Democracy believes and you will find thetime of itoimaginary and the Republican ideals ar4 Lincoln and Jackson The days of individualism are again with us and parties mean less than men Ho of our present leaders aileconsistent partisans Bryan if the Record is true justifies halting i LkFollette is not quite orthadox politically Towne the Dem ocrat is an exRepublican Itis well = naybetter it they be consistent patriots Among such men Towne stands shoulder to shoulder with the best of them Come to hear him and get a new birth of patriotism Tickets now on sale M1 jl RONG SOW BY THE EAR MR SAUNDERS INDEED L w Passed By Last Legislature Gives Farmers CropsIHOt BEN JOHNSON LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS PASSAGE E itor SunIn last weeks issue of The NewsLeader is printed an article from Mr J N Saunders in which the position is taken that the farmers under the law have no right to pool their crops He quotes the old law which forbids any firm indiyifciaUpjr association of persoiisto create establish arrange or enter into or become a member of or a party toy or in any way interested many pool trust combine agreement or understanding etc etc Mr Saunders after giving the law in full upon this subject adds If with such legislation upon our Statute book some good honest far mer who lives in daily dread of cpr ratiQns combines and trusts should join this proposed organization and crophavehim and get his tobacco for nothing Woujd it not be a case of Chickens coming hqme to roost And when in the heat of this honest outraged farmer passionI to the Courts for protection and 12 months on the rock pile his neighbors say the law couldI Wrong sow by the ear It is Very evident that Mr Saunders is laboring under a mistake In other words he has the wrong sow by the ear The following law enacted by the last Legislature will be found on p ge429ot The Acts Sec 1 It is hereby declared lawful for any number of persons to combine unite or pool any or all of the crops of wheat tobacco corn oats hay or any other farm products raised by them for the purpose of classifying grading storing holding selling or disposing of dame either in parcels or as a whole in order or forte purpose of obtaining a greater or higher price therefor than they might or could obtain or receive by selling said crops separately or indi viduallySec That Contracts or agreements made or entered into by persons with each other the object or intent of which is to unite pool or combine all or ahy of the crops of tobacco wheat corn oats hay or other farm products raised by such persons for purpose of classifying grading storing ing selling or disposing of said crops or any of them in parts or as a whole in order or for the purpose of obtaining a better or higher price therefor than could or might be obtained selling said crops separately or individuaUyare hereby permitted and not because of any combination or purpose of said persons be declarded illegal or invalid Sect 3 Such persons so entering into such agreement or contract as is set out in the foregoing sections are here by permitted to select an agent or agents through or by orwith whom said parties so entering into such agreement may classify grade Store hold sell or dispose of said crops or any of them said agent qr agents shall have the rihtto take receive hold store classify grade sell or dispose of said crops so placed in such agreement as dirEcted or authorized cipal for the purpose of accomplishing the object of such combination or agreement between such principals and contracts and agreements entered into by such agent or agents for the pprpose of classifying grading store ing holding or disposing of said crops so combined united or pooled either in parcels or as a whole are hereby permitted andshall not because of any suchcomfination or pur pose of such original agreement of such 41rliiliiill iii111i fii y tE pnuuijjiia so entering into said combination or of such agent or agents be declared illegal or invalid Sect 4 Whereas many persons of this Commonwealth now com bine their respective crops of tobacco wheat corn oats hay and other farm products an emergency is now de clared to exist which requires that this act should and it shall take effect approvalbyIt will be seen that the good honest farmer who lives in dread ofcorpor ations combines and trusts need have no fear of a 5000 fine being as sessed or a twelvemonth tribulation upon the rock pilet for the last Ken tucky Legislature placed between him and these un rig hto us things the strong arm of the law In other words the last Legislature gave him the right to fight the devil with fire lam glad it was my opportunity asa member of the Kentucky Legislature to vote for the above law And here by way of parenthesis let me say that Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown who was a State Senator during the hint session of our Legislature but who is now the Democratic nominee for Con gress in this district is largely responsible for the passage of this bill through the Senate WD CLAYBROOKE WARNINGs Mr T D Wells has been appointed game warden for Washington county and will begin his work at once All persons who violate the game laws are given warning that they will be prose cuted and he will investigate all par ties found going in the field with a gun This will be easy for him to do because he has deputies in all parts of the coun ty who will help him and it is hoped by all sportsmen and lawabiding citi zens thaf this law will be enforced Airy man or toy caught in the field with a gun between now and the 15th day of November will be arrested and brought before the court CITIZEN Deathof MrS Clark- Word has been received here of the death of Mrs Martha A Clark who died in St Louis Mo the 20th day of October 1906 Mrs Clark was the widow of J T Clark and the daughter of the late David H Spears of this place She was born in Springfield g Ky in 1828 and was reared in this place where she was well known to the older citizens Mrs Clark was a sister of the late Mrs Marratta and of W B Spears of this place and of J S Spears of St Louis Mo and Mrs M L Ballof Ft Madison Iowa Mrs Clark was 9ne of the most beautiful and popular women who ever lived in this county and the friends of her youth and those who have known her Iin lateryears will be greatly grieved to of her death 1L r = Vote First For Congressman By virtue of the rules laid down by the party authorities for holding the State primary Democrats who wish to vote in the primary are required to rstvote for a Congressman Voters do not have to state how they voted but as a requirement to in the ngressjlmacratic nominee This rule will obtain all over tie State VOTEz111611 NOTESt i tH School notes are of necessity very meager this week the editor of the column being out of town at the time they were usually writen Then too our professional joke makers have been exceedingly decorous during the week and have furnished little material that could be used to beguile the gayer hours The game of football and the debate at Central University called a number of ou students from town Saturday Fridayafternoon Prof Colvin accom panied by Leo Simms Lyman Barber and 1 yill Waters set out for Danvlle amidst the farewells of the students Indeed the parting was not unlike a valedictory The reason of the trip Friday afternoon was to attend a debate at the College held Friday night Prof Colvin has challenged the CentreI team to a joint debate the College has not yet accepted Among the Springfield people who were on the field rooting for Centre against Miama were Messrs John Shuck McElroy Sr Charles M Mc Chord Will Medley Stith Thompson Harry Shultz John S McElroy Jr Jack McChord George Colvin Will Waters Leo Simms Lyman Barber Dr RoBards and Miss Sue W Ray One of the members of the school has nad a cool time of it this last week Thursday morning contemplating trip to Louisville he borrowed aI bro ers overcoat for the trip As Was quite dark the young gentleman fail d to turn on the light and took the gar ent fastened in his mind as the frat real overcoat He quickly drew it or though with some inconvenience It was only after the train was well headed for Vallev Hill that he discovered that he had taken his brothers Sunday frock During the cold spell of the last several days it is related that he suffered not a littleanconven ience The brother accused every possible thief in the county of looting trueIman returned snugly clad in his new frock The mandolin and guitar club had their pictures made this week There are now over thirty in the club- t a t FkTHE Of Dr J B RoBards Passes waJlt tlend son vine NCl t IT Dr W B RoBards died suddenly t his home at Hendersonyile N C last Monday He had been in ill health for quite a number of years but his deafh was not expected and came as a severe shock to his family and friends Dr J B RoBardand Wife and Mr Robert RoBards Upon receipt of the telegram announcing the death of their father left at once for Hen dersonville They were joined at Leb anon by Dr Richard RoBards ofr Gravel Switch The deceased was born land reared in Boyle county where inStil avfew years ago he practiced his profession He was a man of many excellent traits of character and numberedhis friends by his acquaintances The people of Boyle county where he was known and loved will remember him as an able physician and a kind and noble man t Besides Dr RoBards of this place GravelIsoninlaw of Dr RoBards died sud denly at Hendersonville about three weeks ago The deceased was a eonslstentChris ho4tatIe Hendersonville Dqalh of Rev Edrkiston Rev James L Edringtoh was born near Campbellsville Taylor county IB 1836 and died 6n the farm pit which he was born Oct 27 1906 He joined the Louisville Conference M E Church South in the fall of 185fcv For fortyseven yeafhe has been going up and of The Conference preaching the gospel of tom son of God He was aman whom everybody resGpected and loved Chikfetn middles aged and old felt that in Bro Edriaff ton they had a friend Thousands wire won t Christ under his ministry Hr preached on the Springfield circuit fo four years and was later stationed at Lebanon Some two years ago he wa nsparalized but recovered sufficiently to continue his ministry During the recent session of this Conference he had a second attack Since th ert he has preaehingThe Saturday morning October 27 surrounded t by his family and friends Ife leaves a wife and one grown daughter His funeralwas held Monday the 29 ia the Methodist church in Campbellsville There were eight preacher present and a great concourse of friends aU ranxious to testify to their respect tor the memory of this noble man of Gods His body was laid to rest in the ceme tery in Campbellsville to sleep until the resurection morning I Servant of God well done pastTheis run And thou art at last toGRANVILL W LYONS w Springfield Ky Oct0 1906E Sick Headache Cured Sick headache is caused by derange ment of the stomach and by indigesry tion Chamberlains Stomach arid Liver offeet as soon as the first indicatioh of the dis ease appears the attack may be ward ed off Get a free sample and try them For sale by Red Cross Drug Store Springfield i N VOTE Elettion Nest Tuesday Nov 6 VOTE Polls Open at 6 a mand Close 4J p Vote For Hon Ben Johnson L J MJ M M IlII LJ I l l1r iE- t Ji J y 7 = 2J J h THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1906 j i AILROADtTRAIN FALLS FROM iBRIDGE INTO WATER AT ATLANTIC i CARS STRIKE BOTTOM 30 FEET BELOW THE SURFACE WAS THROWN BY ASPREAD RAIL esA1por Mor Passengers on Board Were Drowned Atlantic City N J Oct 29 The thetto travelers the plunging of coaches filled with passengers from a bridge tos1nk in the waters below trapping wentJfJbridge over The Thoroughfare tlu tidewater stream separating Atlantic JCftYfrom the mainland on the newlyl electrified line of the Pennsylvania TailroaLIcoirctraiii dived from the trestle while traveling at a h1h rate of speed and immediately sank in about 20 feet of irt1ianysaboard had the slightest chance to es cape Almost miraculously 25 or 30 ous escaped from the third car pert hung for a moment balanced on an itltoodroppedIon its side and sank In the water and jnud greatiqdent Jn this state before The rims conservative estinJate places the nuni ber of dead at 57and this number will probably be increased when the1 0855 are raised from the water heentlreclty was shocked by the new of the great calamity and it was r Reported that the list of dead would reach as high as 120 Hundreds of persons who were expecting friends rop relatives and did not know but they tV might have been passengers on the wrecked train hurried to the sc ne and at least 5000 persons held back by a large force of ppl icemen watched Vthe work of recovering the bodies of the dead pressing forward and break ing through the lines with every re I Tgrt that another body had been bought out of the sunken coaches t1Khelde Jbixious and halfjcrazed friends and relatives of those believed to have abovQttewith thgsamereport of the fearful sight of sbpwn by a glance through the win 44qws of the cars and the difficulty of even recovering the bodies of the dear AA number of the bodies recovered thus far have not been identified and it Is feared that It will be a task to Identify some of them difficUltI The cars malting up the similar in type to those used Subway in New York vestibuled with sliding doors at the side and andI movable lower sashes in the AIL the upper sashes were closed and- the only ventilation was through Uiyside ventilators under the roof of coaches The doors were closed and locked by the lever that controls tnem and the passengers were air prisoners on the train Making Up Lost Time- After leaving Pleasantville the mt torman of the train an experienced man sought to make up some of the last time and drove the train ahead at high speed going between 50 and 00 miles an hour which is considae safe speed on some of the stretches of the track The train slowed down asU ap prdached the drawbridge over Thu ihoroughfare into which a flooutide vds sending the water boiling and eeeing that the signals were allrl2hi the motorman sent the train ahead rind It was running between 25 and 20 rnhlesan hour when it ran on to the trestle and approached the draw The draw had been opened but a few minutes before to let a yacht through ut the tender had set the bridge again and displayed the signals that the track was clear Just anti ie forward car struck the rail of the jOttacks on the trestle approach hei was a jar and jerk and the car swr UpsqEvery passenger In the two forward cars must have realized his dang wihen the cars went bumping over U crossties and ina moment more U cars jumped over the west the bridge and practically Sielel bottom of The Thoroughfare Among the passengers on the train were 30 members of the Royal Italian fetillery band and nearly all of them lost their lives The divers who were Cl6Mistaken For a Burglar torJuch memoer of a firm of wholesale ohemistg vas shot and fa tally wounded by VG Adrenried at the Montgomery Innl at Brwn Mawri fyrhile entering his room Early Meeting Arranged toIrig1heAnierjcan tnarltwo jnonthsprlor to the usual i time ofassembKage seit down to try dfecoer the bod ilesj of the passengers in the sunken hearses of pars reported seeing the brilliant uniforms of the bandsmen among the then women and children huddled together in the ends of the cars wher they had run to try and iape anc caught there and held un life was extinct The possible work of rescue was all ac OmlIshed within the short space of time thit the third ear hung sus pended over the water before it rolled over and sank but those who had esj caped every one of them bruised iu jured or cqt did not cease to try and give aid tp the unfortunates inipris oned in the submerged cars until all hope that any of them were still alive wa gone The accident was due to a rail urniug In It appears that the rail which was outside one on the right hand side rning down must have been out of plumb about an eight of an inch The sharp flange of the electric train caught this and twisted It in Jward Had it spread instead of twist in ward the accident never would have happened J 7 Proves Himself a Hero irrhe third BrakemanIWood proved himself a V When the train left the rails and was bumping over tiM lea Wood ran to the rear door oftht last car and threw It wide open and held It for the passengers to escape IH held tiie door open until the car tslid off the bridge and he went into tthe water with it He then sam to the shore His action in holding the door open probably saved many lives f When the third car dropped intpitbe water Henry Rpemerwas4n the act of crawling frorn a window nobengd t a pothers Swimming along the side of the fast sirjking car he kicked out the glass and thus gave several passengers an opportunity to escape One man was caught in a window and was drowned before he could rlcatot himself The accident was witnessed by man people and Rescue work was prompt ING OF THE KENO GAMBLERS And a Picturesque Philanthropist Is Dead Leaves Large Estate VIllJ1mHenry centuryacoeamblingof Mrs John H Beecher When he was stricken blind on the street six weeks ago he recognized M h pidaskedI gamIade barrels of mOney in a few ears He leavesreaLestateln St Louis wortH estate is val intestaiOjleavingews and nieces BODDllE GASES ENp ED t It Is Thought By Tragic Death of Mil 9nalre Snyder St Louis Qct 20rThe tragic death in Kansas d ty of Millionaire R L Snyder int an automobile undir charges here of bribing members of a former city council to pass the Gen tral traction bill t by which allthe street railroads of the city except one werQ consol1att d removes from the Jurisdiction Orthe court the only Witness on state may reasonit ly hope WhiCtthe former Delegates Frederick and Wii Rltter indicted on charges growing but of the alleged bribery Uthoff is said tp have confessed be ore a grand jury that Snyder gave him a large sum ofmoney- for1ils vote I iSallor Sleeping Woman Dead Cfa on the United States battleship Indiana was arrested when he was found parkrami n thpethe End INeMass Oct 29The con qf Ctjngressntan RpckVipod Hoare is very grave 4n I tears were expressed thathe would not survive many ho Show Increase Avashmgtbn Oct 29Tlie annual report of the commissioner of the gen showsIover the preceding year of ou7 17131 Hundreds Drowned Tokio Oct 29In a hurrIcane oft Goto island 266 coral fishing vessels were caught and only 38 of them lived through the storm ijEJght hundred ami iyiiyiwu weruvUWyvjitju and 100 a ou o nleii on board r WHITE HALLDAnd General Cassius Clays Last Ro mance Recalled by ThlsGuit Ffankfort KyTJie court of appeals aulrjmeil the Madison circuit court ui the cases df Mary B Clay vs O H Clienault Appellee represented Lou intercsto pEneGrass It was in this homestead that he passed the last years of his life fr qpenily annoyed on account of in- Compatibility with his child i wife whom he tried to educate by private tutor Though surrounded by wealth and culture she deserted him for a poor farmer boy ten Clay was ec entric and kept a bod guard about his house Hetasa man of courag a wondCastle x SOMERSAULT Saved the SKlidPaducah lcyBy turning a back carriageHenrmiles from this city saved ilimseli from a horrible death He was en rouffe to Wing and driving a span of spirited horses As he was driving across the Illinois Central tracks ie animals balked The Cincinnati and Nevk Orleans flyer was approaching and unable to move the ley turned a backward somersault out of his vehicle The train killed the horses and demolished the carriage BROWN AND BROWN Arrested But BrQwngrana Brown caped In the BorownleudP Whitesburg KyShetf Crawfonl ElihuIsent word that he will not surrender to the court offi cials He is in hiding in thej mountains between Dry Fork and Dandlick and has with him several menall well nrmed The Browns are welltodo farmers and able to pay inen to tie their fighting r LIQUOR DEALERS HERE Thought to Have Been Caught in the Failure at Lexington Ky Lexington KyW P Strader do- Ing a general wholesale whisky an 1 rectifying business here finder the name ofR S StradOrr S6ns made an a assignmentson There has been no schedule of the assets or the iiabilites filed but it Is believed a number of liquor deal rs in Cincinnati and other places will e losers in the transaction Strador gives as his reason that tie wave of prohibition through the state has curtailed the business until there is no rofIt To Face the Music RJchmona lkySome time ago Nathan H Tudor a farmer of this county shot anti instantly killed his brother Mason alleging that he had offered in suits to his Nathans wife He was tried rid held to the grand jury on his own recognizance A few days after the trial Tudor was notified that if lie remained at home he would be lynched and immediately fled The grand jury now in session indicted him for nut derle appeared in Richmond and surrendered v t Lexington Brides Death Lop Angeles CalA sad ndlngor a short honoymjoon was that which came at Long Bench three weeks after the happy marriage of E O Drives Miss Ollle Nichols whoa thbride antS years old died Three weeks ago lost Tuesday the couple wore married hi Lexington Ky One week lator Mrs DaVesjwas stricken with the disouse which resulted fatally MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 27 CATTUEExtra 5 25 g 5 35 CALVES Extra 800 HOGS Choice 6 35 6 45 SHEEP Extra 440 4 50 LAMBSExtra 725 7 35 FLOUR Spring pat 4 35 jj 4 WHEAT No 2 red 75 1- 6CORNNo2 mixed 49 OATSNo 2 mixed 36 fe bHAYChBUTTER Dairy 1CV4 PPLENew hui 2 50 g s on POTA1DESN w 2 00 3 2 25 TOBACCO New C10 2375 CHICAGO SHEAPNo 2 rod 71Vi 72 V CORNNo 3 mixed 8 46 OATSNo 2 mixed g 32Yt PORKPrime mess ff16 51ILRDStn v 9 75 NEW YrnKIOpWHEATCORN No 2 mixed Q 55 OATS No 2 mixed 38 PORK iPrime mess 18 00 18 75 LARptearn 9 70 9 80 BALTIMOOE WHEATNo 2 red 7SV CORN No 2 mixed S 52 OATS No 2 mixed 37 37V6i LOUISVILLE iVHEATrNo 2 roil 76 CORNrNo 2 mixod 49 OATS No 2 mixed 8 30 6 PORfPrime mess 166G LARDSteam 9 00 INDIAN APo s CATTLEfPrlme I 15 5 36 HOGS Choice 40 6 60ISiIEEP4Bxtra 4 60 A65 r DCtistIS PRINGFIELD KBTUCKY wo 1krknce over Haydtm Barber B D LAKEIns- urance 1 Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYj Life Fire and L OMHaKsucliUHQtts Mutual alwayp reliable theworldD rs RoB rdst ftyatt Office oyer McEIroy Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1Jj tO9 am 4toS m Ii Dr J ClMudd SPRINGFIELD JCENTUCKY OFFICE J 1AYrFDRUC stoma Office Hours 12 ai to 2 p M DrJ H flopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office taHagan Bl09cUp stairs hones Jlisidence 71 office 97 i DrWWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 sight 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky a Tndnd Federal CourtaI C C McCHORD ATTYATLAVV Springfield Ky Will practicOlmi nil State and Federal Courts W D GLA YBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In tno courts of Vanhlnitdn and adjoining counties and in the courts of Ap p W E SELECiyiAN ATTYATLAW 0 Springfield Ky win practice in the courta of Washington and counties and In court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER =jT ringfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice iri the Courts of Wash ington and adjoining counties and onthe Court of Appeals t St M CAMPBELL f AUCTIONEER Springfield KV specialtyWillable Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIf ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jan J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and ContractH HavoloonTHOS J Graves CXXXJOQOOOOOOQOOOQOOOOOOOOC3 MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY g 0 NURSE 0i 0sOOOOoOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOO0O0 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Lfcensed Embalmer PRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown aandsomeTelephone Day 19 Nigbt74r Ii jIll Investigation lt shows that many good watches are spoiled by tampering No matter how little you sUppose betJHAVE ME PIX IT iA whole lot of damage can be done by those who are not acquainted with the delicate mechanism We know watches repair them as they be Bring me yours if IIshould go just right v IIi CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPOKATDD Long distance lines ana teiepnones or this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWable Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL President a Genl Manager L and N i Railroad Time Table L Incoming Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown n Arrives at Bardstown Jiincthl Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville IlE SUN AND Both pa pers lyr lfcJ5WeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati ir r 475 Weekly Atlanta ConstItutIon175Se- II1iVeeKIv St Louis Republic 175 S StLouis Globe glrbmemerican Agriculturist 175 American 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 C 0ountryFarm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 eview of 1ws 325 Magazine 285 Scnbners 400 Ledger MonthlyL 175 Harpers Magazine435ar-persH Weekly 4351 S nnv South 150 CLUBBING RATES WITH LpUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 640 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Cotfrier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 dailyCQuderJ days in the week six months 2 30 the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 280 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 400 ooqoOOoaTHE FIRST I National Bark OF SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 4 MW S ICAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 I OFFICERS a B L President I John W Lewis VicoPresident IA C McElro Cashier 1 L B Cain Asat Cashier 0 R E Fpstor Bookkeeper S DIRECTORS JWB HS GrundyJnoJ Q Wegraitcveryfavorconsistent- with o I safebankin If you have I not alrea an account with this jbank we invite your patronage o t I QeQeQte 1eQeQQ Q Q j J LELAND HUME Secy Asat Geil Min Suny only No 91 825p m 735u650H 600 DailY No 42 525 a m 612u 655u 745u Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 9 7 o1 ly No90l 715a m 800u845 935u T D IIrr Daily No 4L + J705jnL 606 ji ATl i DailfNo SH 41Opnm 545pLm ao poo 0 n S o n QoO Chaplin Water iI Power Roller Mills l n i QoQ o a BEST FLOUR n THE BEST ME iID ng0 In Springfield aid man S other sections of Washingtorj g 2 county our bands 4re sold g gI5 CHAPLIN KV a0 Io00ooodoomt ooocoCOOooo YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES rto Ycmeedit Salve manufa4tureo by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenvill0 Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is a iew salve J been on the market about one vearland the 1426 testimonials come as ajresult of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists t DR 4 W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky- O0o0GOO00O0c000ocOoOo0OO 0 The Daily HeraldA- ND The Sun ONE YEAR L t 200if t J r t fHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1906 Lr J L THE COFFIN TRUST J As Discussed By Tom Watson 1 In His As he officers of the law advance smashing outrag jous prices from the public let4 uu jJiti y that sooner or later the Coffin Trust will get it in the neck Among all th i inhuman monsters who glut their rapacity upon human needs and humad helplessness there is none to compare with the Coffin Trust The Standard Oil Company is bad enoug heaven knowsi but it robs the liv ng1 The Coffin Trust robs the dead The Steel Trust plunders in shop znd field in city town and vill age but the SteelTrust fleeces those who are alive The Coffin Trust fleeces the dead and chases its victims into the grave The Beef Trust comes to us as we go about our daily affairs un oppressed bv any special burden of trouble and woe But the Coffin Trust invade our home when the sob of heartbroken wife or husband or mother or child is heard asthey wring their bands arqund the bier With a heartlessness that would degrade the fiercest beast of the field this Coffin Trcfst penetjates every walk of lifejand allows no man to bury his until be has knelt to a piratical combine and paid tribute to a pitiless master The Trust takes six poplar planks worth perhaps twentyfive cents apiece These pianks are thrown together lined with satin on the inside varnished on the outside possiblya cheap piece of bass inserted in the top plank a few pewter and gilt ornaments stuck along the sides and there you area com pleted Coffin worth at the uttermost some Sa or 8 or 10 of 12 Her e comes the afflicted husband r vife or son or daughter or brothers nether A cdffinr must be had Time is short the necessity imperative The coffin must be had The Coffin Trust does business upon that fact It unmerci fully robs people by virtue of that far t What value is put upon this coffin Forty dollars fifty dollars sixty do lars eightyfive dollars Every day we can see these plain cheap and some what gaudy coffins whichcannot any sort of calculation he shown greater value than a dozen or so adollars spllfor five times that amount pJess in the heart The purchaser speaks for the dead acts for the dead is within the gr TheIlemberto purchase the coffin feels that t distast4ffulto higgle and haggle and cheapen nd squabble a outthnceofwhat the NoIIstop at any question o filthy lucre when her husband demands the last rites Which he0 evotioii 0an ever pay The parent not quarrel about the box which is to holall that Noriwheninecfessity arises for the seemly decorous dutiful laying away of the father and mother s Thus while the other Trusts exploit the living the Coffin Trust exploits the dead Against other trusts iwe have in1Iseized upon a coign of vantage which makes it irresistible Heartbroken grief is the Coffin Trusts securest Orphanjhoodunreasoning devotion of the halfcrazed I husband or wife becomes an ally of as rsasrfdandwoman nothing has ever been known 1 that was so insatiable so heartless 40 cruelly exacting as the Coffin Trust TOM WATSON in his Magazine f4r September Caution 7 execIJAsDiarrhoetitocar ried In the hand luggage This may prevent distressing sickness and annoy reliabletya FAMINE f tI T j f 1 MH1 JONES m IOn The Gallows Lebanon Enterprise Clarence Sturgeon age 23 formerly of New Market Louisvillel e charge of shooting down and killing three men The trial consumed the entire day and the jury after thirty yetr first degree and bansg iThe killing for which Sturgeon was 14hof Home Coming week Ibis victims were Ira Bruner Wilford MeMjchae and James Blackerly all of whom were almost instantly killed The trouble was over Daisy Jackson who since the suicidef CANT EA1 r enyournervesare all unstrung your- ftppetitefatlsyouand thoughthebottomhaddrop pedoutofyour stomach are ftinflictedand improper food Your digestive organs even though buttheyDr CaldweTsLaxative Syrup Pepsinor1 Is the greatest remedy in the world correcting and curing all forms of stom Lich and digestive trouble It instantly imparts new life dnd vigor to these parts and keeps them in prim and condition Jthesetar or halfdollar site of DR CAL D youdruggistsr Your money will be refunded if does not benefit you Yow postal card request will bring by rehum malt our new booklet DR CALDWELL BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to N woadeNPEPSIN SYRUP co Mentlcelle Illinois J Sold byTfct Rid Cross Drug Stoiri 1y rc Marion County Falcon Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Rose Jaglowicz of this city to Mr James Coughlin of Canada The ceremony will be per formed dt St Marys College chapel Nov 7 by Rev Father Micheal a brother ofithe brideelect aMrsohomethe 18th inst Her funeral was at St Vincents church at New Hope on the 19th She had been married about two years but has been suffering from dread destroyer consumption for abou 18 months Mrs Lee Isaacs died at the Lakeland Asylum Sunday of consumption where she had been an inmate for about two years ofDrU1arketI pleasedtoof Mr Woodson May who formerly resided in this city where he won the confidence and esteem of ail who knew ucyMcKee atIam- Devils stand T ortureljis no Worse than the Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then I was advised to apply Bucklens Arnica Salves and less than a box permanently RuglesKy druggistGood Price theitcity for many months was consummat ed Wednesday afternoon when the thcInie E Putnam The consideration was 511000 The building is at present oc cupied by the firm of N H Putnam f Died of His Injuries Lebanpn Enterprise Mr Daniel Noble age 21 son of Mr and Mrs Charles Noble of Colorado and grandson of the late Judge L H Noble of Louisville died last Friday night in New York His death was due to injuries reCeived in an automobile accident which occurred about six go Deceased was an expert builder automobiles and engines and at the of his death he held an important position in a manufactory of automo cityMondaY futY morning by Rev T M Cornelison Rydergrandfather Judge L H Noble De ceased was a near relative to the fam sties of Mr D H Howard Mr L Boeler and Mr J B Brewer The closing ofso promising a career under such sad circumstances was a severe blow to his family and relatives who sympathy l1 High Timer Lebanon Enterprise An article which was sold Tuesday at the sale of tthe personalty of the late Mrs Caro line Thompson ot ti the premises four styledtimeGrandfathers Clock II which brought sthe handsome sum of 5125 Thisven erable old time piece the duplicates of which are very scarce was 151 years v old On the day of the sale it was ia good condition and ticked off the sconds its with tong pendulum asit did in the days of Auld r ng Sine The contending bidders for this relic of pioneer times were Mrs E L Davison of Springfield and Mr C A Wilson of this county Mrs Davison was the most persistent and won the prize We saw recently an account of where one tof these old U Grandfather Clocks at a public auction 1in the east brought the surprising sum of 500 There are very few of them left and these few command big prices when offered eitherI at or public sale ISubscribe for The Sun LOO year MovedMy Repair shop is now located in recent4yr t C met SeeMe II am prepared to do all kinds of repairing Have added a harness re pair shop to my business Pressingwill w Geo B Taylor j p r yr r l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 IISPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY DESCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR in Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor mad Publisher tSprinJriieJdIYIas TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION J100Montksee Months 25 dagive DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESSA MON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN Vv NELSON COUNTY FOR APPELLATE JUDGE liON J P HOPSON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROBERT NOE c GOVBECKHAM t =GovBeckham is sneaking this after noon to a large audience in the Court House In fact thereis not standing 1 room in the building and many people are being turned away As we go to press the Governor is just beginning hfff address During the past week he has gained strength in this county NOTICE The matter printed on thVyth pageof this issue he deduVin Frey Replies To Gullionis po litical advertising matter arid is paid f y MrlVinfrev Election next Tuesday Polls open at 6 a m Polls close at 4 p m It is required that you vote in the general election before you cast your vote in the Democratic primary Vote for Bell Johnson forCon gress Election officers in the Democratic primarydont forget to vote Dont let anything keep you away from the polls on next Tuesday November 6 His ser vices as Congressman will be of inestimable value tot e district Twp elections neXt Tuesday November 6regularelection and Democraticprimary separate noting places Says the Harrodsburg Demo crat The CourierJournal descants most learnedly upon the political contests and Democratic conditions in New York and Texas but it doesnt seem to have learned that there is a catfight Whydoesntsight goggles The CourierJournal it seems i to us has given from day to day t accurate accounts of the progress of the campaign But the Cour = ierJournal has wisely closed its abuselhas attempted to unearthno stone to fling and ifit knows of a closet wherein is a skeleton it has not attempted to open the door believing no doubt that the guilty who are now offering for office have repented arid that the disclosure of these things would do no one good The CourierJournal has pursued the wise course The campaign now coming to ajjgclose has been a great workshop so to speak in which a host of Democrats have manufacted dynamite sharp p anted missels and roaring thun der for the brethren behind Re publican ramparts to explode under us to pinchus with and to ing ragstA r F pulled attrigger a fey days ago arid some say the pullseye suffered the loss of a pupil and others that he firecj a blankor flew wide of the mark but Marse Henri has a right TO un= tPratawayUwind ate everlastingly dashing things at him Q t ARBITRATION Mr Breckinridge spoke unbecomingly of the Paul Jones Brand and trouble was brewed Mr Desha Breckinridge editor and owner of the Lexington Her aid and Mr Lawrence Jones a wholesale whisky dealer of Louis ville recently engaged in an al tercation in SeelbchsHotel Mr Jones it is alleged with out warning arid in the twinkling of eye struck Mr Breckinridge on the face At this juncture friends interfered and separated the men Fights like this one occur frequently in Springfield It was a very tame affair but itstirred up a big fuss and much hurrah The newspapers went into details and told how it hap pened and how it happened to happen A few days ago a number of Mr Jones friends met in Louisville and a number of Mr Breckinridges friends met in Lexington and des led that something must begone It A peace conference was agreed upon delegates were appointed and the conference fret in Lexington last night Af ter burning muchot that mid night oil and in dead hour ofnight to use a Shakespearian phrase made famous by Sen ator Jo Blackburn during the campaign of g6 when grave yards vawnand hell itself breathes forth contagion to the world a peaceagreement was draft ed Briefly the peaceagree ment wasMrBreckinridge hadnt orter said it about Mr Jones and Mr MrtBreckinridge But between the lines one may read We hereby agree not to kill eachother The conference met to prevent a killing not to get an expression of regret from the belligerents In Mondays CourierJourjial Mr Watterson printed an editorial in which he commended the peaceconferenceHe Messrs Breckinridge and Jones for agreeing each not to kill the other And the smoke of battle Ol the wings of the windrode away and the sun shines bright in our old Kentucky home We believe all controversies whether between nations are men should be settled by Arbitration and we are ladImaeed that gentlemento settle matters of his ature through Peaceconferencesthan- with 445 and Bowies or by fistic bouts or other minor rfiethods of measuring conclusions But suppose Mr Jones had not been Mr Jones the whole sale whisky dealer of Louisville and the boasted relative of John Paul Jones who swept the seas of English fleets andsuppose he had beets one our ordinary everyday Jbneses bustedflat anafoot arid suppose Mr Breckinridge hadnt been a Breck inridgea son of the old man just suppose he sad been the possessor of the cognomen Smith andnothing else of value Then suppose Mr Jones andMr Smith hadsauntered into Seelbachs and fought Lawsy what a dif fereqce No peaceconference1 would have been held no Henry Wat terson editorial pinted41nd upon being released from custbdy Jones and Smith would have been at iberty to shoot the daylights out ofeach other But thIs brandof a Jones and this type o fa Smith Wouldnt do such a rash thingnot withstanding that they are just as susceptible to insult and injury las the relative of John Paul Jones or the son of the old man And why Not because they possess no burnp of hate ah no not because they are free of that desire to pinch an enemys liver till the heart is stilled rior because they are any more de termined to ob the commandment Thdu shall not kill but just becausej having spent a few hours behind prispn bars having tasted the bitter t lereof having the smellof the prison upon their garments and nItouch with the with which to bandage the eyes of Justice the aforesaid lones and Smith wisely conclude that the best way to choke tribulation arid quarter the monsters is to beahave Peace conferences are good things so are jails Arbitrate Or go to jail And y Urn be good In rorty Two States New York Oct 28A week from Tuesday there will be elections in for tytwo States and three Territories Oregon Mai a and Vermont haye al ready elected State officers and mem bers of thsixtieth Congress In twentythree of the States a Governor and other State officers in twenty of them also a Legislature in ten minor State officers or Justices of the Su preme Court in two Congressmen and a Legislature and in seven Congress men only are to be elected Oklahoma is to vote bn a State Constitution and Arizona and New Mexico on joint Statehood Mr McChord Interviewed IICourier Journal Cv C McChord chair an State Railroad Commission of Kentucky who about six weeks ago waRn med as legal adviser of themem bers of the Interstate Commerce Com missio it who are conducting the inves tigati nof coal rates throughout the South said yesterd y that it had not yet bean decided where the next investigate n would be held He declined to statewhat the com missio i to through its investigation explaining that he was not In a position because of his connection with the Interstate Commerce Commission to discuss the matter The investigation now being conduct ed by the commission is the result of a resolution adopted by Congress ordering that it be made The commission has been instructed to probe into the alleged relationship existing between several railroad companies and owners of coal and oil lands throughout the South The commission is to make the report showing the result of the inves tigation to Congress and if anything i developed which is deemed worthy o immediate attention a report is to b sent to President Roosevelt Prior to the investigation just mad in LOuisville an investigation was made in Pittsburg said MrJ McCho- ryesterday afternoon The question o rebating on the part of the railroad- was taken up and probed into by the commission in that city Inasmuch as the investigation just concluded in Louisville developed the fact that the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company Owns many acres o coal land in Kentucky Mr McGhord was asked if this company would no be required to relinquish its holdings That is a matter yet to be determined he said The Hepburn bill which is now effeptive contains a section prohibiting railroads from owning coal or oil lands It is my understanding how ever that this section of the bill is no tobe enforced until after January 1 in order that the railroadS may have until then to disposeiof theirholdings ClaybrookeTurner Miss Jennie Cla brooke of near Springfieldand Mr J It Turner of Lexington were marriedat the home of Mr D U Whayne in Louisville last Thursday afternoon at 5 oclock Rev Dr Daws afficiating Immediately ter the ceremony MtCfind Mrs Turner left for Lexington where they will reside On account of illness in the home of the grooms family the wed ding was a quiet one The bride is a daughter of M and Mre J R Clay brooke and was one of the countys most admired and popular young wom en The groom is prominent in busi ness in Lexington Mrs Turners many Washington cQunty friends ex tend wishes fora life of unalloyed happinessMrs Ragsdaje and Miss Ida and Mr J0e Claybrooke of this place attended the marriage Torments of letter and Eczema Allayed The intense itching characteristic eczema tetter and like diseases is in stantly allayed bY applying Chamber lains Salve and many severe cas have been permanently cured by its use For sale by Red Cross Drug Store Springfield j Rev Sutherlands Letter Thespromfleftewe a to homeewe try our writed toftosone house to repair We appreciate so highly a weekly visit of The Sua that will steal a little time off our work and write occasionally ourfwe enoughtwe will have a pleasant and successful year Our parsonage is located in the beautiful little town of Buffalo which is situated about six miles from Hod hometa country and uptodate farmers and this makes it quite a business place with a good mill a bank doing a good business several large stores all over flowing with trade a splendid hotel a fine Masonic hall five preachers and an equal number of M Ds and a host of good people Buffalo College is located at this place and has enjoyed the confidence and esteem of a wide circle of friends The influence of this school has spread out in every direction until its graduates and pupils are found in almost community The school everyI noted for its beautiful and roundings and here the plan of educa tion is broad and liberal and above all the rates are within the reach of every ambitious student Prof Crume the president has devoted his life to school work and his high standing ranks him as a leading educator The other mem bers of the faculty are progressive and upto4ateandwith this union of for des the school is destined to become an exponent of good in our State The new Methodist church here is the pride of every citizen Situated at the southern part of the town and tow ering high aboVe the adjoining build ings it commands a view from the sur rounding country and is the fist to meet the travelers eye Local option is properly in force in this county and a drunken man is sel dom seen and if some of our good Washington county people would come 0 M I High i Art Suits And Overcoats Now ReadyFor Your inspection We are now prepared TO SHOW YOU the handsomest line of this FA MOUS make of Mjens Clothing we have ever shown Can fit every one t WALKOVER SHOES IN THE NEW FALL STYLES EOR MEN AND BOYS t You can always find here the best and newest things in mens hats shoes g shirts collars and neckwear Our stock of mens and boysunaer- wate is large We carry the largest stock in central Kentucky rnd cant fail toeasevo rZIEGLER SHOES are the finest and befit tting shoes for ladies misses and children We have just recieved a new stock of them in the newest VshapesI We also a splendid stock of medium fine and heavy shoes for men women boys and girls PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST THE ROBINSON CLAYBlioOKE CO i over and stay a lit1el while and see what a blessing local option is to this county they would jgo back and have another jubilee over their Decent vic toryaNow Mr Editor we do not think amongIl alo dont forget to call at the parson age W EZRA SUTHERLAND The Moon Inhabited IIs has proven that the moon has atmosphere which makes life in Ian form possible on that satellite not for human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours thatElectricness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver andFemalegeneral Tonic and Appetizer for weak and especially for the It 50 guaranteedby Exchange An Irishman once met an Englishman who had an artificial leg Being of a sympathetic nature Pat inquired the cause of the loss of the limb whereupon the Englishman said A short time ago I discovered there was Some Irish blood in my body and that it had settled in this leg so I had it cut off Tis a pity it didnt settle in your head came the quick retort Subscribe lor The Sun SLOO year The Turkey Crop tr The Lexington Leader says Ac cording to advises received by local poultry dealers the crop of turkeys this year will be a very large one Dealers are now receiving turkeys weighing from twelve to fifteen pounds apiece as compared with turkeys weighing seven to ten pounds lasfci year Eastern speculators who played havoc with the market last year were taught a severe lesson and they willIkeep their hands off this season yjpar these interests secured LastI the bulk of the turkey crop in October for delivery during November and DeeI noi1reeivelooked for they failed to take up options As a result the farmers their1 eft with a big supply of hand which they were compelled tor sell at very low figures This year the farmers are pledged to sell direct to the consumers and take the open sitar ket price Present prices of fourteen cents a t pound on foot and twenty cents dressed will probably t prevail during the Thanksgiving holidays Other poultry will also be plentiful Geese have already made their appear ance and heavy receipts are looked for later Old hens and spring chickens are in liberal supply and prices are reasonable ITTtTTII FARM SALEIry I SATURDAY NOV alIOnthe above date I will offer my farm o of 120 acres for sale ItIthree quarters of a mile from Willisburg on the II tham Springs pike The farm has on it plenty of fine woodmul IIbetry and and locust Plenty of tobacco land The farm will be I easyI Iwork mare Also one sow and seven I pjISALE BEGINS IGr Co- lvinITTTITI r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER Jl 1906 S Dr J1BurtonRESIDENT DENTIST i Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield 7 Ky Office In flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes FOR SALERadiant Home Heat er Used but little J L ALLEN Foil SALE Two good second hand surreys and one buggy for sale cheap WHARTON TAPP Salt Rising and Cream Bread received daily HAGAN BROS NOTICE All persons indebted to the estate of H B Powell are requested to settle same on or before January 1 1907 NJ POWELL Admr pd Nov 2L Odd pieces of china can be had at Leachman Furniture Store at half their value STRAYED OR STOLENA red milk cow Oct 23 from my place near Lit sey weighed 900 or 1000 pounds right horn slightly drooped Anyone giving information will be liberally rewarded W G PERKINS Route 1 Springfield Ky When you want a picture framed re member 1 make frames to order G B TAYLOR FARMS FOR SALE Write W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg ICyj for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want For 650 you can buy a handsome 12 piece Toilet Set at Leachmans Furniture Store- LOSTGold rim glasses straight tembles double sighted in black leather case Finder please return to this office and receive rewardWILL YOUNG If you need a cap fur orrskirt see mine before you buy I will give you the bes styles at the lowestttoprices Mrs Williams Dont fail to see the display of Toilet Sets at Leachmans Furniture Store Dinner Set of 56 pieces decorated china for 498 at Leachmans Furni ture Store Have just received a handsome lin vofWE LEACHMAN New Tpatterns and readyto wears each week Mrs Williams Madam Wells the Mqdiste from Louisville is stopping at the Colvin House and will be glad to serve the ladies of Washington county vr I PXRSf FOR SALE164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x36 well watered pfenty of locust posts Price 22 per acre A bargain for somebody who wants place close to town B D LAKE FARM FOR SALE250 acre fahnviell located acres of creek bottom 3 acres in timber 125 acres in grass and lays well good 7 room dwelling goy tenant house two b rnsbQthnef 40x60 three never failing wells all under good fene This farm is subject to division and would make two the e farms Price 5400 Terms easy For further particulars call on MCELROY WHARTON Real Estate Agents All persons having claims against the estate of Arch Wheeler d ceased will present same to either of the undersigned properly proven upon or before December 1st 1906 All persons know ing themselves indebted to the estate will please settle same before January 1st 1907 f ELVIN BIRCH Adm of Arch Wheeler W D CLAYBROOKE t FARM FOR SALE Fortvnine acres three miles from Springfield on good house stable plenty locust pot- all in grass NIce home tor anyone who wants a small place Price 30 par acre Call upon or write to B D LAkE- Springfield Ky S CONELAGRATIONA fire broke out in the shop of the Springfield Lumber Co last Friday but was extinguished ins few minutes after it was discovered The fire was caused by a leakage of gasoline from the engine I Jj H LAMPTON M D Ojfice in Opera Hotiserv efficephone No5 Residence No3I n OBrian P ter Co shipped yes te IRevDr W Al Earley of Elizabethtown will assist Rev C Vf Prather in a protracted meeting at the Methodist church in Lebanon beginning Monday November 5IB D Lake real estate agent sold last week 220 acres of land in the Bear wallow neighborhood for P A Mcln tire to Tyman and Richard Keene Mrs M B Shewmaker announces the marriage of her daughter Martha Shewmaker to Mr Jack Raybourne The taker place at the church November 7 weddingjWill W H Williams mony of perform the cere Mr Arm Aimold boughtMtCB Wedrte186acresLADIES The Big Store is now offering a large number 6f inducements in GoodsOurthe best to be seen in any town in the State The RobertsonClaybrooke Co Mr Logan Walker of near town was quite painfully hurt yesterday afternoon His horse became lightened atan engine throwing him from the boggy and quite painfully hurting his right side and hip He is now doing very well and itis not thought that his injuries are serious A c K v ILL E Richard Horn bbught of W B Hatchett 50 sheep a 650 per head Mr Hatchett sold John Johnson 62 head of cattle at 4Per hundred JT Lester bought of Jj Harmon of Boyle county his farm containing 50 acres at 85 per acre Silas Johnson bought of Isaac McCros ky his farm ort the Cornishville road one and a half miles from Harrods burg containing 84 acres at 75 pe acre or 7050 To the Ladies of Washington CountyM Dont sell any jtnore hehs or roosters until the turkey season is over They are very low now an wed Will be able pay you at least 2 cents more for them after the season is over Bear this in mind and paid them forus iM H JONES HAPPY HOLLOW Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong Royaltyetheir uncle Mr Dan Castell t o f Chaplin Friday and Saturday Mr J M Shields and daughter Miss Sarah were in town Saturday on busij ness Mrs Bettfe Mcllvoy and Miss Hattie Settles were in town Friday siopping MrTom Tenriils little son is on the sick list this week Mrs J M Shields and children iris ited her daughter Mrs Sabe Coulter Sunday Mr and Mrs John Armstrong visited their father Mr Silas Armstrong of Tatham Springs SQndayIMiss Sarah Shields spent Sinday with Miss Pearl Armstrong aMessrs Granville Brown and Lev Snider spent Saturday and S nday with Mr and Mrs M C Keeling 0Mr John Armstrong who cub his fopt with an ax wi slowly improving pendt PinkstonY of Nothing to Fear The uestion ofj injurious substances in meoicines whi h has been agitating the minds of many people does not concern thosa who use Chamberlain nohesiolutelynot only perfectly safe to give sins children but is a medicine of gre worth and merit It has a world ivi reputation for its cures of coughs co and croup and can always be relied upon For sale by every i liable dealer in the Blue Grass Mrs Shaunty spent a few days at thehome of Byron Croake Mh S H Bishop and wife visited Harrodsbus=Last Monday morning Mr Conrad Hertlein left for a trip to Germany Mr Hertlein will sail tomorrow fro New York on a North German d in d steamer and will and ai Bremen about ten days Mr Hertlein was called to Germany on account of the gadn Rev G F Hamiltonhas been dill ed to the pastorate of the Baptist church at Hillsbbrp Ohioarid has cepted He will soon remove to that place to begin Ws duties Mr Hamil ton is an able minster and ono who will be appreciated by any people oeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeqeoeo Personal Notes e oe0ne Visitors in and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News e ooeQMrs H M ONan visited relatives and friends in Louisville last week Mr Alex Blanford of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mrs Pattie Blanford of near town Mrs John Brown of Lebanon was here Friday Messrs George Colvin LynW Barber Leo Simms and Stith Thompson attended the foot ball in Danville Friday Mr and Mrs Jim Curry of Har rodsburg are visiting at the home of Mr E S Mayes Sr Miss Jennie Redding spent Saturday and Sunday in Lebanon Mr Luckett Simms of Hopkins ville is visiting his mother Mrs Nan nie Simms Mrs George Robertson spent Fri day in Louisville Mr andMrs I H Thurman were in Martinsville Ind last week Mrs Mary Ragsdale is visiting her cousin Mr D E Wayne of Louis villeMr v Fred Grigsby was in Harrods burg last week on business Mr J W S Clements of Louisville spent a few days here last week Judge Reeves of Lebanon washer Tuesday tMrs Burk Robertson was in Louisville Thursday Mr and Mrs John Baker of Nashville Tenn visited their daugh tefs at SL Catherines last week Misses Jennie McCabe and Myrtle Price were in Lebanon Wednesday Miss Ethel McClasky of Bloom rfield is visiting relatjves herelMr arid Mrs Thomas Medley children oi Owensboro are the Ettheir parents Mr and Mrs G edleyMiss Viola Brown has returned home after a visit to her brothers Jim andBev Brown of Indianapolis Mr Willie jMedleyof Danville spent Saturday a d Sunday with his parents 4Mrs Leo Haydon and little son JJeo are visiting her parents in Bards town i Miss Emily Russell of Louisville Spent Saturday with her parents Mr and Mrs Edd M Russell at this place Messrs Will Huston and Huston Wakefield of Maud were hero Saturday Mrs Thomas H Logsdon of St Marys visited her sisters Mrs R W Wathen and Mrs Hagan last week l Rev J W Carter and wife after a visit to Mr and Mrs J S Yankey left last Friday for Owen county to visit relatives r Mr Wallace Jarboe of Louisville visited his cousin Len Allen last week Miss Mayme Allen is visiting rela tives in Fninkfort Mrs VanNetta has returned to her home in Shelby ville after a visit to her sister Mrs M H Jones Mr Wathen Simms left M Jday for Corbin where he leas accetitcda position MrT S Mayes is in Boston this week on business Miss Bessie Morrisof SanFrancisco Cal is the guest of Miss Annie Mc Chord l Mr Ballard of near town is visit ing relatives in Corbin Mrs Winchester PhilUpps of Leb TuesdayeElizabeth Leachman was in 11Lebahon last w ek wasdMrs L G Smithof ShelbyvHle is visiting at the home of M H Jones Dr J B Robards and brothers HendersonviJlergr Robards Mr and Mrs J W Riedel and children are visiting relatives in Tay Iprsville mliiiss Lo i BooKer has returnedfrom a visit to Mrs Mary Prather of Louis yule Mr Lum Montgomery of St Maryjs was here Monday eMrs JA nway of Louisville spent a fiw days with her son Mr Tom Conway of this nlace relaacHires at St Marys Miss Margie Bonta returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit with her sister here tiHit it IitI New Fall and Winter Goods j+ 4 1 Special Prices to Cash Buyers 11Vje are showing the Largest Stocky we have everr shown before In fact we have Overstocked auselves mevery immense department thereforet is absolutely necessary for us to offer Special Inducements in order Ito stock v tWl t CLOTHING r 1I 5 l i i j i i qarpets and Rugs All Wool 2 ply Ingrams 65c worth i5c C C Ingrams 5oc worth hoc t Union Ingrains 4ocwort Soc + Sanitory Extra Supers sod worth 35CtSultana Cottage Carpets 25c worth 300 i t Administer room rugs 1950 worth 259x12 + e t t l Cloaks I for t 4 J + i Black Cloaks 46 inches long 756 worth ib I Womens Black oaks 50 inches long ro worthI5 Womens Fancy locks 48 inches long qworth 10 Misses Fancy Check and Plain Cloaks Childrens Cut Plush Bear Skin Corduroy and Cloth Cloaks in Red Blue White Gray and Brown + t Full Stock of Novelties in Belts Neck Wear Gloves Etc iLadles complete stock of Men AVomens and Childrens 43 Underwear in Wool Fleeced arid fibbed Sepafat o pieces and Union Suits + Iin Dress Goods Wet Offer j v 52 inch Broad Cloth Black and Colors V worth 125 for 100 Colorsty 60c 38 inch All Wool Serge Black and Colors g c for 50c 5d1n W ohair Black and Colors worth for 75c 44 inch Moir tUo jf arl Colnrg worth Y5c for 50c Pthefollowingmakes f a tit ing For Men the celebrated +WelworthandHart Schaffner titMarx for Boys and Chit ren YHWellworth Suits 5 750 s102i50i 15 V iI Hart Schaffner Marx 1250 15 11 20 Boys Perfection 5 750 10 1250 w Childs Perfection 250 350 4 5it + twi Mens Boys and Children s Over Coats Men and Womens Rain CoatszRegent and Monarch Shirts in Soft Pleated and Stiff Frontsi 41 4 1 1 9x12 Brussells Rugs 15 worth20f W 9x12 Topestry Rugs 1350 worth I750 + 9x12 ToP estr Rugs fil5o worth rsr 36x72 Moquet Rugs350 30x60 Moquet Rugs 250 11 All Sizes Smyrna Rugs at reduced pricesi Jtj If 1 The New t Styles Women Misses and Children Womens Large Rang of Black I Goodin j + a Taffitas P mamas Serges 4 Poplins Henriettas Batiste Melrosei Cheviots Etcit A great variety of Waistmg Plaids in Silk Wool and Mercerized Also Plaid Suitings in Broad a Cloth Imported Serge Novelties Etc i xc usive Footweartv iDouglas sBreiJr Jen 25o3oo and 350 Douglas Shoes r 2oo 225 and 250k neelanrjs Shoe5r rrIen 4oo and 500 KrippeIterfDift n X o s Shoes for Women 300 3 50 and 400 C and E Fine Shoes fotes and Boys CanQE School fer iccoc Janrl Boys i TTTC en We can fit the Boys Far iand Stout Hosiery q Cunningham D4ciIf itt 1 4t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1906 1a if SPINKS IS GIVEN DECISION insurance Company Must Pay on Policy Issued on His Fathers Life Frankfort KyThe Kentucky court of appeals in affirming a judgment of the Campbell circuit court in the case of the United States Life Insurance Co- G f New York against Harry Spinks Molds that under the law of New York dividend additions means that pro jOrtlonot the surplus in the bonds t the company accumulated from pre tBlums and profits of the company It M further declared that a defaulting policy holders sjiare of the dividend additions is to be ascertained as of the plates of the failure to make any pay ment of premiUms on the basis of the American experience table of mor tality with interest at 2 per cent per annum In other words the court holds that the defaulting policy holder shared in the same proportion that the policy had contributed to the creation of the surplus in one case at bar the deferred dividend additions carried a 25000 policy over the death of the insured The case will undoubtedly go to the United States supreme court GIVfEC UP RANK OF COLONEL Jtesigns as Member of Governors Staff KentuckytLouisville Ky =Giving up the rank of colonel to accept commission as captain Mott Ayres enlisted with the First Kentucky Infantry and his com mission will be made out at Frankfort when Capt Ayres as he will then be known will assume his duties as an active officer in the Kentucky state guard He sent his resignation as a colonel on Gov Beckhams staff to the governor several days ago Along with the title of colonel hegave up the posi tion of paymaster general in the state guard a place which was regarded as one of the highest under the adjutant general He was offered a commission tB the Fipst Kentucky with the rank of captain and preferred to be connected with an active regiment instead of hav ing a title which was entirely honorary WILL BUILD MILLS To Saw Timber on Large Tract in Kentucky Mountains =lt Sterling xYThe Bredley henaestead near Morehead has been sold to Clearfield Lumber Co of Pennsylvania which at once will begin the erection of two large saw and plan 1K mills with the finest modern ma chinery These mills will be used to- saw timber on the large tract of land sow i owned by the company on North Fork and to which they are building a line df railroad Themills will be com pleted early in the new year and will give employment to many men More Kentucky Diamonds Sergent Ky What Is pronounced by expert mineralogists to be a genu ine diamond mine has been discovered on the farm of William Camlili on RlkPork In this county It is be hewed that the discovery is a richer ere than the Elliott county field re cently discovered Must Wilt a Year Frankfort Ky The name of Judge it L Harbeson can not go on the bat tot for circuit judge in Kenton county next month The court of appeals de clares he must alttlll November 1907 to be elected to the office he is lOW holding by appointment Bessie Was Busy Louisville Ky Fourteen victims have already appgaredand it is believed as many more can be secured to testify against Bessie Spruling alias Mattie Hines a colored girl arrested for theftpSCHOLARSHIPS Have Become Mere Graft Declares Rev Dr Hinitt Louisville Kyi Scholarships have become a mere graft declared Rev Dr P W Hinitt of Danville in his report on Central university at the session of the Kentucky Synod of the Presbyterian church and he proceed ed to substantiate his Remarks by cIt- ing instances of letters that he had received from various persons asking for a scholarship and saying that they had been offered this br that Inducement by some ot1 er Institution It is dishonorable Dr Hmitt con tinued and no Presbyterian college should stand for it The election of the trustees of Central university was as follows Rev Dr F W Hinitt Rev Dr W Francis Irwin Rev Dr W C Condit and Hon John W Yerkes FORTY YEARS AGO He Beg3li1 Suit and Was Awaiting the Result When Death Came Louisville Ky William T Burch 8 wellknown local attorney did of septic poisoning Mr Burch was a native of Meade county anti was orlg finally a railroad contractor He was a subcontractor under a Mr Hooper on the Chesapeake Ohio pow the I Hnols Central Hooper failed owing Burch G000 The latter Instituted suit judgmentthat Hooper who had gone to Colorado and amassed a fortune was am plyable to meet his indebtedness De cision was to have been handed down last Saturday but was unexpectedly withheld Mr Burch expected judg ment for the original sum 6000 with interest for 40 years t Managing Editor James Keeley of thphicago Tribune t declined 500 re ward for the arrest Paul Stensland S s ISJs IM 11 s iSSIO1S SS u OpSS I i I BD LAKErkC i 111 i INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE t Ii aniIi i Are Increasing in Value If You Want to Buy Now is The TimeJ IF YOU WANT TO i SELL YOUR- FARM PUT IT IN MY- HANDS 1 believe indeed I am surel can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or adjoining counties I have a great many farms for sale good ones at reasonable prices and I am anxious to show you any one of them Remember that land is constantly increasing in value and there is hardly a remote that it will decrease Indeed the man who burs 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 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 r to per acre hou se and church Price 40 per acr- eNo255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of gr s All tae farm ready for the plowr Price 60 per acre seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price pec1 acre 15 No 6205 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling 3 to bacco barns one stock barn all necessary outbuildings plenty tim ber lots of good tobacco land wellwatered wellfen ed good grass Price 35 per acre No 7 175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobacco lando Seven miles from town No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necjessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and barn Price 20jperacre No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 lOSacres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres gcod 3377H50 per acre No 11220 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike 50 acres timberask oak hickory and poplar Church and school convenient two barns two dwellings telephone in house watered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located l Noi6 196acrek 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles film Springfield one good six room pike 3 miles from one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone f nce Price 32 No 19275 acr 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tnViaoSn barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs young rchard all kinds of and ice- house carriage house all outbuildings new Price W No 20250acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenanthouses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty Qf grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any 1 I t TENSIVELYr BUYERS FOUND n LET ME SNOW YOU ONE THESE FARMS I goodlandlgood goodtob1No goodlarge THE REAL- ESTATE MAN possibility countylarge dwellingongood stock- baIJlsCow I A POINT YOU WILL FIND PROPERTY HERE TO SUIT YOUf B D LAKE ADVER TISEEXa AND ARE OF No 2L90 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring aplenty of water PriceI15 per acre r No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 milefromof water Price 35 per acre No 24 166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 ofbottom 4No 25248 acres 2 miles from Springfield 8 room dwellipgl good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 0x60 ft under fining layed in cement water in every fieldallyear fine set 0 35 acres of corn in this year groundstablelots Cheap No 2770 dwellingcbarn holds hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 milefromacre easy payments No 30lloi acres 3J miles from Springfield oh good pike 1 sixroom new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house paymentspriceNo 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good offineNo 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price v 3250 fromBardStow smallbarnpaintedmachinety Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well ashingtoncountyforsell No as Willaof grass CheapsNo 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar bugfey and hen house Water in house and Hot and cold water all oVer house One of best neighborhoods in town t 3000l SPRINGFIELD UCKY 4- KEt 1 A FACT FbR YOU TO REMEMBER WASHINGTON COUNTY LAND COMPARED WITH THE AND CE SURROUNDING COUNTIES HAS ALWAYS BEEN TOO CHEAP AND AS THE MONTHS GO BY IT INCREASES IN IfcLUE TO BUY I1 cII T T xesMust rrL Be Paid f T Not later Than November 1 See MrOsbournes Warning on Another Page fay Now Save Money j he Sun and the Daily Herald 2 Q 1 I tea l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1906j w r r pf r w F t i GRASS HflNFG COMPANY Successors to ai l IINFREI REPLIES f 1 Jo BULLION SOME PLAIN TALK IN STATE SUPERINTENDENTS RACEit iD ShowTatDealing r fr Kentuckyi Is a greatly disturbed over the fact that the voters all over the state are find ing out that he Is trying to sail into the State office ua oflqubledating against him 4 Many persons who knew the relationship existing between Mr Gullion and certain persons in the city of iJexingtori who are known to be uu friendly to the normal school move ment were suspicious from the time of his announcement that there was a nigger in the woodpile This feeling ow seems to be wellnigh universal 4 Recognizing the great popularity of the normal rchooj movement in the state and being conscious that the people generally are speculating on the tact that his candidacy has from the first b en strongly indorsed by those who opposed the normal school bill my opponeift comes out in the M O WINFREY AB Elletterssons opposing normal schools In his efforts to deceive the public he goes ion further and deliberately misrepre sents his attitude in the fight for state normal schools and ingeniously con ceals his real mission In Frankfort last winter He has the audacity t claim that he spent 50 days of the cd day session of the last legislature iji Frankfort in the special interest of the state normal school bill and thai lie did everything in his power to so cure its passage adding that certair promdtjngeven makes a feeble attempt to prove This ridiculous and glaring misrepre sentation by persons who were not In position to know whether he worker for the bill or not except by taking lils Sword for it since none of them hJlthis Saddle id Shoe Repairing j ic IJWe have decided to cQndudaHa ne s Saddle and Shoe Repairing Shop and to s ytj41 fc v t ttiatall of our work will be guaranteed and that our prices will be low Bring us your work r r t None But First= Class Workmenf I THE BLUE Allen Beg + Superintendents desire may knoW that my opponent Is at tempting to deceive them in this mat ter I submit below statements from members of the legislature who were i in position to know who worked for the normal school Kill and who also know what Mr Gullions real business was in Frankfort during the last ses sion ct the legislature enator Conn Linn Talks I wis chairman of the educational comm ttee in the senate during the sessio i of 1906 and as such I was normalscliolfrey ahd ifctrdduced by the ate R W WinfIdybifore and during the recent legisla Mile v OulIlionstateIInprjmals Ili Frankfort as the lobbyist for the spaper libel bill which was de bnlIVery truly CONN LINN Commjttee LobbyistICommittee No 1 in the house and was secretary of the subcommittee which Had charge ofjthe redrafting of the normal school bill I every meeting pf the committee of lhe subcommittee We were in fr quent conference with educators fro all parts of the state but I do not call that Mr E A Gullion attended single meeting nor did he by sugges tion or otherwise render the committee any assistant J has cognizant of every step leading nij to the pas sage of the act and I never knew of intertstIure I do know however that he spent a great deal of time before the legislature as the champion of the libel bill Itwas only as a lobbyist for the newspapers that he ever ap preached me CHARLES I DAWSON Ranking Member House Educational Committee Championed the Libel Bill Tn reply to your inquiry I will state that J do not recall that Mr E A Gul Ifon ever appeared before the commit tee dn appropriations at any of it meetings to urge favorable action o the state normal school appropriation nor do I recall that he ever approached rue on the subject I know he ikas in Frankfort a goo J ChamberlainsCough Tho Childrens Favorite toURES Coughs C lds Croup and Who ping Cougha- Thl remedy li famone for 1U cures over alargb part of civilized world It can always bo depended upon It contains no opium drug anti may be given cnuftd U1 to a baby M to au adult P ice 25 c Large Size 6O cts t jIt J part of the session but It vas my un j derstanding that he was there as the representative of the Press Assocla tion in the interest of the newspaper libel bill I do recall very distinctly that Dr Hume Prof Cherry and Prof Winfrey were present at these meetings- I make this statement without any Ill feelin toward Mr Gullion E H SHELMAN Chm Appropriation Committee May Have Favored Wrong Measure In reply to your question as to Mr E A Gullions attitude on tne state normal school matter andr as to whether he ever appeared before the house appropriation committee In their interest I desire to say that I do not remember his appearance before that committee on any subject though he may have doneso I at tended nearly all the meetings of that committee and remember distinctly the appearance of Hpn it W Miller and others In the interest of the nor mal 11lbut rlo not recall any part that Mr Gullion may have taken in the question I remember the appearance of PresI James K Patterson In the Interest of the normal appropriation for the State college at Lexington and it may be that Mr Gullion was interested in that matter thus confusing the twonormal school bills Truly your friend LQUIS P HEAD Member Appropriation Committee dIn view of the above statements l claimelastmsp of the billaIt that he Is trying to deL ceive the public by claiming to have labored to promote this normal school legislation Why did he try to con ceal hit real business before the leg beIseen th handwriting on the wall Four Candidates From Seventh District Ther are 11 congressional districts In the state and nine candidates to be nominated for state offices The Sev lentil district has four candidates i SuperIintendentpounce Two of these four candidates have no opposition viz Hon Henry l1 Boswbrth for auditor and Hon South Trimble for lieutenant governor justicesannto the ticket would it not be advisable to distribute the candidates over the state rather nonde one sc nl Supt Fuquas1 Indorsement My opponent has given wide pub licity to a statement which he secured from State Superintendent Fuqua af ter promising Mr Fuqua a place on his state hoard of examinerS lmprestpublish Irorewlth a letter written byi Mr Fuqua a few days ago Frankfort KySept 11 1906 I have known Mr M O Winfrey a number of years and have always found him very zealous and active In thc cause of education and a success ful and skillful teacher He has boon a member of the State Board pf Ex faIthfullyand untiring In his efforts for the es tablishing of tfie two normal schools Daily Herald AND SUIIt 200 theseltestimonials frey VolT truly JAS H FUQUA SR Supt of Public Instruction Gullion Attacks Jim Stone Mr Gullion seems greatly worried over the fact that I have selected for chief clerk Hon James E Stoner for mer county superintendent of Breck Inridgecounty for two terms and chief clerk of the house of representa tives for the past 25 years He seems greatly distressed over Mr Stones superior fitness for the place and goes on to say that this is not a popularity contest between chief clerks He seems to argue that efficiency In a chief clerk Is unnecessary for he says A machino can add 8 column of figures I wonder if this was the Idea whisk prompted him In selecting his chief clerk The thousands of friends ot Hon James E Stone throughout the state hill resent Mr Gttllions weak attempt to reflect upon him i From One Who KnoWs Prof M O Winfrey worked Inces santly for nearly two years to the way for state normal schools DurI ing the two years prior to the m of the lqst legislature he did more to mold and develop public sentiment In favor of these institutions than any other man in Kentucky During the session of the last legislature hospent much time In Frankfort and was always alert and active for the suite normal school bill of which he was the author tHe should ever oe remembered by the teachers and friends of education in Kentucky as one who has labored faithfully and sacrificed much for the success of this great cause DR E E HUME Chairman Executive Committee Edu Ss catlonal Improvement Commission Middlesborough School Board Prof M0 Winfrey is one of the most thoroughly equipped and accom plished school superintendents we have ever had the pleasure of knot Ijig Eesldes being highly educated and a strictly moral upright Christian acntie and educators within our acquaintance He has within four Heshas brought order out of chaos He Is peculiar fitted for his work being gifted with exceptional executive nt i- lttyand the power of enlisting the community In the cause of education As result of good work herQ nee are straining ourselves financially to erect for him a 30000 high school building eXcccdlnglytosay too notch in praise of him as a wideawake uptodate educator Vg t are proud of him Very truly RL RALSTON President H H SPRAGTtE Secretary WM WAIABRECHT Treasurer Hoard of Education MldtUesborough City Schools WHAT PROMINENT SCHOOL MEN SAY From Prof T J Coates Supt Prince ton City Schools Supt M O Winfrey of Middlesbor rankImember of the State Board of Exam Kentuckyeof the Improvement Com missloji of KentG as sunnrlnten dent of the city schools of Stanford and Middlesborough as institute in structor and platform lecturer he has proven his right to be ranked among the brightest truest and brainiest young men ottHe ther r prime of life larfl y forty F51 amT I ttous energetic a tireless worker with superb health and splendid mur ageThe schools of the state 1sin cerely believe would he vastly bene fited under his administration I know no man who has done more than he opinionalongheart his hopes are In his work Above all he Is a man of action he brings things to pass He has crowded more work into his eighteen years of school life than any other young man I know He Is a born leader For these reasons I believe the welfare of the school children of the state and the future advancement of Ken tucky will be best served by the nom ination and election of Professor Win frey and therefore I shall cordially support hIm From Prof John Morris For Ten Years Superintendent of Cov ington Schools Covington Ky Oct 23 1906 As a school man I am watching the progress of the campaign for Superintendent of Public Instruction with more than ordinary Interest and feel that the people should be alive to the educational demands of our corn monwealth The best interests of public schools demand that a thorough school man should be elected to the office of Sup rlntpmlent of Public Instruction In Kentucky He should be a teacher by profession and a man of wide experl ence in actual school work He should be a leader in his profession ass well as a scholar He snouia know trie e national needs of the state omit should be ever ready to sacrifice pe sonal ease for he good oelli stat 9uaUftcatfODIthetlon should have If all the quallflc4 candidatethetheir votes for hUn on election day Fortunately for the educational interests of Kentucky there Is such 4 candidate in the person of Prof M fWinfrey superintendent of the Ml4 dlesborough city schools Very respectfully f JO ORRIS From Prof W F Pate Supt Lebaneri Graded Schools In my long association witlivPre Winfrey I bare always known him m a man of fine moral character as aa earnestand zealous worker in ant cause that he considers right at st man of strong convictions and witii the courage to carry out those conrlef lions No man has ever worked more ardently for theupbufldingof oat common schools no one In our atiLt Is better equipped for the duties of the i npartant office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and certain it ie that no other one has done auctv effective work for the establishment of our stqte normal schools and tn my humble opinion the best thing thatacan happen to the educational interests of our state Is to elect him to QM position he seeks pnd begin a new UMt more progressive era In Kentucky Subscribe for The Son L00 yea Gasoline EnginesThe Makes r We have on display the following makes InternationalEngines r t Come aildSee Theft Rtr L Also on display Ohio Feed CitterJ and News Highland CrushersI p L WELLS BOSiSPRIN- GFIELD l- J KrN11JGIrf f i- c r 1TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1906 MQORFsVILL Messrs Tom Traxand James Lir tonof Spencer county dre visiting James Truax and at this ftlace Mr Sam Chesserandfamil of liar relativesEllisattendedJost friday night All of our friends who went to Ill inois have secured jobs arid are well pleased with their new home Mr William Sweeney and family of Woodlawn attended churchat New Hope Sunday iMissdIillieHrilast Wednesday by Rev Surtms We wish themmuch joy Corn gathering is going on at a rapid rate Mr James Cull has retirned home from a visit to his daughter Mrs Dan OoniTan of Spencer county Mrs Maggie Lyddan and daughter Miss Fairy werein Springfield last Friday shopping Miss Mary Linton has returned to her home in Spencer county after a weeKs visit to Mr James Truax One of the prettiest country weddings for some time wad solemnized at the home of Mr and Mrs Edd Yocnm last Thursday at three oclock when Mr Louis Parker and Miss Myrtle Robin son were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Rev Williams officiating The bride was attired in white and carried brides roses There was a large crowd present and the bride received many valuable presents We wish them a long and happy life There was preaching at New Hop last Sunday by Rev Campbell o Gampcellsville There wilt be preach mg next Saturday and Sunday all ar 1nitedIMrs Albert Wall spent last wee k with Tier parents Mr and Mrs t Woodlawn Mr Ben C l1 and famil of Bards tOwn are visitiing Mr James Cull thi week Mr Charlie Settles has I home from a visit to his brother Oti Settle 1b Louisville Misses Effie Robinson and Dora Brown of Louisville attended the wedding of Miss Myrtle Robinson Miss Orr Carney visited her brother at Fairfield Saturday and Sunday Mrs T D SW visited he Brother Mr WilliamChessr at Polin testSunday Miss Alma Orkies visited her par ants at Springfield last Week Mrs Robert Hines arid daughter Miss Molly were in Springfield last Sturdy shopping tMr Louis Linton visited his parents fin Spencer county Saturday and Eijn- day Mr Ham Pile and family of Valle mil visited Mr Ben Pile and family fegtSunday Mr Owen Ellis of ValleyHill visit Tedhis parents here Saturday and Sun dayrHuman Blood Marks A tale of horror was told by marks of wman blood in the home Of J W Wil ucia well known merchantjof Bac KyHe writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I began tak ing Dr Kings New Discovery It com irietely cured me and I have remained well eversirice It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bron idiitis and is the only cure fo- t guaranteebyrand 100 Trial bottle free BROOKSVILLE t Mrj H Cheatham was at Mackville tlqndyay Several from this place attended ichurch at Willisburg Sunday Miss Lula Armstrong spent Satur tday night with Miss Nora Cheatham Mr W P Cheatham and family went Sunday with his bother Mrs co R Cheatham Mr Lesley Keeling Spent Saturday aight with H P Pinkston Ballard Settles visited it Henry Set ales Sunday t Mr Joe Cheatham left Monday nigh for Chicago weekIMr Hobbs and family have moved to East Texas Mrs W M Sutton and Sallie Wright ipenj last Tuesday at thee horse of TH Noel Messrs Davis Joe anq Robert Noel Misses Katie and Olive Sutton anr Hattie Settles attended singing at Battle Sunday Little Lucile Oder spent Sundry with leraunt Mrs TomMcIlvoy Mr Oscar Shirley and Miss Nora Cheatham spent Saturday and Sunday with Mild Hadgie Bottoms at Mack vale Ir Mr Oscar Mcllyoy arid Miss Bell BirCh attended church at Mackvil- Sunday Mrs Mary Mcllvoy if Willisburg vkited her daughter Mrs W M Sut tton Sunday PikatonMrs Mary Lee is visiting at Lawrenceburgthis week v Born to the wife of Dee Noel on fast Thursday morning a fine girl Miss Wil fie Ruby of Willisburg i spent Sunday nigtit with Miss Birdie Cookseyj Mr Jinn Harlow bought a house and farm from Will Dfvine for 17o Mr Jim Wright bought a horse from Harry Wright f 139 Misses Hrttie Settles and Bettie Mc llvoy were in Springfield Friday shop ping Mrs Wm Cheatham and family ThadtheathA Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has found Dr Kings New Life hills to be the best remedy she ever tried for BoVelsinif you try these painless purifiers that infuse hew life Guaranteed by C J Haydn druggist Price 25 ICARDWELL Mr confinedIto his r x m a on foot Moving is the order of the day at the present John Casey moved in with his brother Jason Holliday moved to the house vacated hy Mr Casey and Irvine Atkinson will move to the house vacated by Mr Holliday Mr JW L Graham spent several days last week in and around Spring field looking for horses and jacks EQ Holliday and J A Kyler spent Sunda night ahd sudsy with S O Lilton near Danville Mis Roxie LayVis spending several days kith Mrs ETT Perkins Stock Sales v Beinfprices 3J tQ3J cents Pinkstonea steer at 14 per R A Willham sold to J W Pinks 200stoW B Parrott one 3yearold horse at 90 Wsone for 135 Noelsone 140 to Lee Cheatham one Jack and two Jennetts for 300 and bought from Pias Fenwick two young Jacks for 750 R A Willham bOUgh two firstclass milk cows for 90 Whiterane co t at As to Divorces R Mackville1 Kysays On June 4 1903 S and 1B were mar ried and lived together until November 20 1905 when B left the home of S against Ss tearful protest B called a wouldYgo an his place where they were Jiving S did so and went td B and told her that he had sold andtwas ready to go oily where that B wanted to liVe and B rtL fused to live withhim and gave ash r reason that S drank and stayed out late at night S denies the charge of drinking to an excess and can prdye that he was never out at night later than seven oclock B says that S was a kind and plentiful provider but her people would ne erspeak to her again if she were to dive with him again Now can B secure a divorce and can S lawfully recover damages of anyone for furnishing 11a house and can S housedS away ANsThe only ground for divorc- stated wo ldbe confirmed habit of drunkenness of one years duration If this could not be proven the suit would fail S could obtain a divorce after November 20 1906 on the groan abandonment I see no grounds for damages for S against any one furnish ing B a home However he could not be made to support away from him He cannot compel her to return to him There is no law to compel a wife to live with her husband if she does not choose to do so Farmers Home Journal Severe But Effectual Although the wife and daughters o Mr Benson were pn the point of leav thtfrom joining them On the morning of their departure Mrs Benson made the horrifying discovery that a certain noxious creature well known to house keepers had been found in his She gave him particular directions as to exterminating the pest and bade him goodby her return about ten weeks later dhe Informed her with much satisfaction that the treatment had been effectual there was riot a specimen of the CImex lectularius In the house You were careful to follow my direc lions were you he asked To the very Le ter You sprinkled he powder thorough ly about and Kept the room closed tight ly for two days d d you thoughIet Ing In the attic ever since you w a vay Youths Companion Statistical news showing state o crops weakens Ayheat and forces co a fehade lower Cotton fluctuations ors irregular and close is steady afnet decline of 6 to p4ints lat r WILLISBURG B E Colyins sale will be on next andIfamilWe are Mad to note the sick people of this vicinity much improved Born to the wife of Fred Grider on Oct 27 a boy Mrs J K Wells and Miss Mattie Brown were in Springfield last Friday shopping Everett Keeling and wife visited relatives in Anderson county last Satur day and Sunday Oscar and Miss Elizabeth Shirley yip ited friends in Mackville last Sunday Our merchants have received their new stock of fall goods A large crowd attended the meeting here last Sunday morning We noted last week that the con tractors were getting along slowly with the bank building but we are glad to note this week that theyhave had one nice week to work and have TheyMehave made arrangements to have the brick hauled at once They will lose no time in getting the building com pleted if the weatherpermits Press Cooksey and family Visited dayslastHarry Greenwood of Louisville is spending a few days with his mother Mrs Ann Burton at this place Mr J E Sutton of Louisville is visiting his parents at this place An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia which left her with an awful cough She had spells of coughing just slag one with the whooping cough and some thought she would not get well at alL We got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout and fat II writes Mrs Ora Bussard Bru bakes Ill This remedy is for sale by every reliable dealer in the BlueGrass Jury in case against Standard Oil Co at Find lao 0 fails to agree and judge orders further deliberations Gen Funston is transferred to St Louis at head of Southwestern quarters and Greeley goes to Chicago Subscribe for The Sun ILOO year Sending Christmas Presents by Mail The approach of the Christmas sea ion brings anything lout pleasant an ticipations to the railway mall clerks wio handle the thousands of presents wnt through the mails Their labors are greatly Increased by the Imperfect manner in which a large percentage of the packages are put up In many cases being so poorly tied that they come apart long before they reach their destination Speaking of It the other day a mail clerk said If people would take the trouble to put the article In n box It would gave a great deal of unneces sary worry and labor at a time when the clerks are badly overworked and the present would reach the person for whom It Is Intended In much better shape than It usually docs A shoe or a corset box or a breakfast food carton makes a package of convenient size for handling in the malls Glass china or fragile articles of any description should be packed in wooden boxes Package should be securely tied and plainly marked jrlth the address of the sender in the upper left hand cor net Postage ShO ld be tills prepaid 1 cent an ounce for merchandise and 1 mattereetc EpilepsyFits St Vitus Dance unlessf Theenerves must have something to strengthen and build them back to health Dr Miles Restorative Nervine is a remarkable nerve tonic and thetnerves relieves the nervous strain and influences refresh ing bodybuilding sleep and rest Persistent use seldom fails to relieve these afflictions I was taken with epileptic fits had Myfather andIthey had three doctors with me and I ofDrbottle of Nervine and a box Of Nerve and Liver Pills I had taken only a betterIsound and well It has been worth all the world to me I recommend It astenjoYingthe wonderfulf Garnyourtlrugfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money 9Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind UNCIEBY Pipes It Is easy to be charitable If it doesnt cost much If wishes were automobiles pray whom would we all run over v Opportunity Is not placarded and every man must recognize his own or get left- Knowing how to do thing and doing It is the difference between fail ure and success If the newspaper tnLjata WOUld draw better lookhtg pictures of Adam we would all feel prouder of our ancestor The primrose pa h of dalliance will soon be full of cold and chilly snow Thus do our dreams of summer fade The baker never gets roundshoul dered carrying the holes In his dough nuts Moral Do not lose sleep worrying over nothing The man that fritters awayhis time will have few nice warm fritters i this world It takes money to buy beef fritters and things t From their own porches men see the sunset but they make long ell grimages to Naples The one is free the other costs money Thats why Mere talking does not prove a man7g smartness On the contrary many men have acquired a reputation fo wisdom by merely keeping their s shut dad looking conscious We wpnt to sleep In the nanimock the r evening and a grandaddy longleg trailed over our proboscis ind made us sneeze Man does not stand much of a show to relax thes e parlous times r Many a man that kicks another when he Is down refrains from klpk Ing a dog when has a tin can tied to Its tall Our sympathy for misused brutes Is frequently more marked than our pity for human beings A woman emptied a re volverat a midnight marauder in her home without hitting him Had she been armed with a roIlingpin she would undoubtedly have landed safely at the outset One should always stick to the weapons that familiarity has made a protection A Chicago mother Jeft her babe to starve In a manger The judge in sentencing her to the workhouse said Work is uplifting and a year over the washtub will do her good Now If the father of the unfortunate girl could be made to carry the water and run the wringer all would be well We asked a friend of ours what kind of a 4flower Narcissus was and he said he couldnt tell us exactly but he had eaten some breakfast rolls made of it while attending the St Louis exposition and it was fair to middling Its funny how some men know everything The reporters sweetheart always makes up her form with care prior to going to press The Maidens Answer TIs Love that reigns on Jeweled throne Tis Love that claims me for his own My head Is resting on his breast And he is singing me to rest Ah Love dear Love through all the years Through all the ecstasies and fears By fragrant paths oer rocky fell Wilt thou forever love me well Today the sun is bright and kind Some day its glare may burn and blind Today tny face is fair and sweet And sighing love kneels at my feet hut In the days beyond today playwiltIf I should make betrothal vow Ill trust theel TIs the womans part A To trust the man who steals her heart Ill trust thee And no love shall be A greater than I give to thee Ah Love dear Love through all th years- Through all the ecstasies and tears By fragrant paths oer rocky fell I beg thee sweetheart love me well Many a black mustache has painted a young womans face redI J Lakes Overflowers No 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike barnWellbarlllholds11milesacre dfvateredwell in yard 2750 f Lfromyear good eel ar and cistern Never failing spring in yard milk i house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules landThxeeacre easy 1i poolweNo 44Nice hbme in Springfield lot 70x350 feet stable coal aLldjyardNo45j164acres one and onehalf miles from welltwaacresonland good fence price 3750 per acre dwellingonetobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 r Springfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locusts pos Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre I No5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust rposts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre t mCooneyty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfive acres of wastflandNo 52135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of grass 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from pike Onethird of purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 24 per acre No 53A good investment in cityproperty on Main street f BD LAKIE t t Don is For Hunters Cut this article out Memorize it carefully Carry it with you when you start out for your hunt and read it over every day while you are out says the New York Sun Dont grasp a gun by the barrel and drag it after you out of a boat through a fence or anywhere else unless you want to test the truth of the saying that a fool has more lives than a cat and then dont One discharge may blow themall out Dont carry more than a small quan tity of whisky with you on your hunt Its poor stuff to shoot dn and the devil who engineers the deplorable accidents you read of daily while the hunting season is on had no more po tent ally than the product of the stIllI Dontunder any circumstances allow your gun muzzle to point for one single instant at any living thing you do not mean to kill cockIedare alone A sudden stumble may fire it and you can never tell where the contents may go Dont carry a loaded gun into your camp or stopping place And be absolutely sure that every cartridge is taken out ot it before you go near the doorIf the sportsman who shot poor Jones through the heart across his own camp table had heeded that dont and the otherregarding the muzzle of his gun pointing at anyone Jones would have been alive today You see he took a hammerless rifle into Jones camp laid it down on the table on the other side of which his host was sitting talked for a while picked up the rifleand killed Jones instantly He has never been able to understand how Dont shoot at a noise Dont shoot at a moving bush Dont shoot at anything to which you cannot swear If the sportsman who stood in Cochrans dooryard and killed his chum who was coming through high brush eighty rods away had heeded those donts the luckless chum wouldnt have been hurled into eternity without a moments warning and the still more luckless survivor would not be today a hopeless manaic Those aria donts worth heeding And lastly dont for t a single one pf these donts- MJontfergpt to observe them so rig asesecond nature to you Dqnt forget to preach the like ob servance to yours fellowsportsman and you will find them the best pieces of woo lore you ever learned Mrs Ida Young of Omaha satu rated her clothing with gasoline and in the presence ofk neighbors set her1 salf afire t =Jttal Estati AgMt SpriHjfiiU Ky 4 CORRECT MARKET REPORTS SprintfiiH Market I Bacon H ms 15c Sides 12Hd Beeswax25c per pound rChickenaBensGc IDriedapples5c per pound JCorn Meal 75c to Sue per bushel Eggs 19e per dozen Feathers 44o per pound Flour JiSOto 250- Ofnsoug5750 per pound 0ralri Wheat tic cnrn Oats HidesGreen Lard lie per im an3IILimeroc to floo per 80sh1R9of A00 per impounds Potatoeseountry15cl Salt Sl5 and 165 per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow 4c per pound 1WoolBurry of grease 20c tub washed 28c 6QcGeese35capeice t Wounds Bruises and Burns towounds i maybeabout onethird the time uired greatestdiscoverygery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an anti injuriescausesalso allays the pain and soreness and resents any danger of blood poisoning Keep a ot Pain Bamin your home and it will save you time and money not to mention inconveni entailForBlue Grass SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub chargeadvertlsement8 wantedIC N Willett Route 3 has for sale 50 ewes MrS J I Martin for sale S C Rhode slandcockrels 75 cents eachI alotcents each in large quantities less mon eyMrs R B Cregor Route 3 Leba thoroughbredBarred each Lid Congor Strain and fine layers 2yearoldGinseng B J Cecil Route 2 has for sale HerfezdbullLoyd Parrot near town has for sale 200 bushels of Red Phulse seed wheat Mrs M E Drane Texas has for fiveyearss