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I i 1JJt priu9ft1b 4ir DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 1 orcVOLUME II SWHHGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1906 NH 4 c MAJORITY I Fork Bh1 07 on Johnson In Cashing t ton Gpurity Ii c ill NORTH GIVES MAJORITY OF T arrjes District By a Majority of Over 5000 Largest District Has Ever Given r NELSON GIVES BIG MAJORITY i Ben Johnson swept the Fourth Con gressional district like a whirlwind winning as The Sun predicted by the largestmajority ever given a Demo cratie nominee for Congress in this dis tri to The district gives him 5249 majority county 507 majority 1h Cetgressional race in this county 1 PRECINCTS 1Ly x o pad tS Frpdericktown 100 35 Mobresville 74 44 C 4 Willisburg m 69 71 North 37 30 Hendren 49 50 Mackville 129 56 Pottsville 105 63 Springfield No 8J 139 40 Ie 9 125 28 r t 1Q4 083 53 4rIl l78X25 Brush Grove 23 50 Total lOe 554 607oThe following majorities received by The Sun from the various counties maybe slightly changed by the official count but it is hardly probable that Mr John- sson majority will fall much below or go much higher than the figures given below JOHNSONS mAJORITIES LaRue 400 Hardm 1025 Marion t 648 Green 55 Taylor 410 Bullitt 505 Meade 553 Breckenrfdge 60 Hart I 130 Nelson t 1256 Washington 507J Total wL 5549 JIEAVERINS MAJORITIES Grayson L 150 Ohio f 150 Totali 300 Johnsons majority in dis5249I- n four precincts in Nelson county Mr Heaverin received just 18 votes 2 in one precinct 3 in another 5 in an other and8 in another Quite complimentary to Mr Johnson dont You think Pardon For Vittftoe It Kentucky Standard Believing that Ihe is mentally irresponsible and tha he will be better off in the care of rela tives Judge George DuRelle United States District Attorney yesterday- recorimended to President Roosevelt pardon for Maynard Vittitoe of Nelson county who two weeks ago in th United States Curt was convicted of operating an illicit whisky distillery near his home and fined 500 and sen tencejd to six months in the Jefferso- countY jail by Judge Syans says last Sundays Courier Journal Since his incarceration in jail Vitti toe is said to have developed a mild form of insanity which was apparent in a slight measure at his trial When lie was crossexamined at the trial he was thPquestions put to him but washable only to chatter in reply His father ex plained that when la son was e years old he suffered an attack brain fever which left him meat ofI weak During the week a tion askingfor Vittitoes pardon ha iteeii circulated by everal of his friends in the city i McCREARY 1AND HAY S Carry County By M joritiesof 27 and 54 RESULTS IN OTHER RACES The election in this county passed ft quietly A small votevas polled n both the primary and general electio The following is the total vote oft e candidates for United States Senat r find for Governor and the vanous Sta e pffices UNlrEJsTATESSENATOR McCreary JM 49 BeckhamJ 4G3 McGrearys majority 27 FOR GOVERNOR Hayes 458 Hager JJ 394 Hayes majority 11r 54 ATTORNEY GENERAL Hendrick J229 294arterCarters majority 65 SUPT PUBLIC INS Winfrey lu 289 lon 226Gu Winfrey majority 63 COM AGRICULTURE Newman J1 290 171renshawNewmans m jOrityt v119t LIEUTE ANT GOVERNOR 361rAUDITOR Bosworth SECaJBTARYiSTATB Yr elandy 365 STATE TREA URER taffoon 310 CLERK COURT APPEALS Chanault 346 The North precinct in the above is included only in the G Governors and Senators races HUGHES WINS r Hughes Republican defeats Hearst by abont 50000 bor Governor of New York GOOD MEN DEFEATED +Judge I H Thurman and Hon C C McChord each received one vote forr Governor in No8 Hagers and even Hayes majority over these gentlemen is considerable but thats no indica tidhof the unpopularity of either of out cou tymen- r i i Dr j B RoBards Returned br J B RoBards who has been at Henders nville N C for several days having Been call thdre by the sudden death of his father has returned home EIilr George Mont celebrated his 21st birthday November 5 at his home at Mr and Mrs John Stevenson The withtchrysanthemums About nine oclock the guests were invited in the dining room where a six course lunch was as3iscedaby Mesdames James Truax and manyenice presents The night was enjoyed- by all and will be long remembered Mr William Boblit and family and renturned from a visit in Hardin county Mrs T D Sweeney and granddaugh ter Miss Elizabeth Sweeney Mrs W 0 Ellis and daughter Miss Nancy Ellis visited Mr Will Sweeney and family at Woodlawn List Thursday Mr Henry Yells visited his parents at Tatham Springs last Saturday and Sundry Mrs James Wall and daughter Miss Ardia Wail were in Springfield last Saturday Mr Edd Yocum and family visited Mr and Mrs John Gordon at Pulliam last Saturday and Sundays Mrs Maggie Lyddand and daughters Misses Margaret and Sasie Hill of Mid way visits Mr Arthur Eddlehian and family at Booker l Sunday t McCREARY BY SAF MAJORITY A telephone messages to The Sun this after noon at 430 fromcCreary Headquarters says Senator McCre y is elected by a safe majority The Burley Growers Fenwick Ky Nov GEditor Sun As I have been asked to give an account of our convention at Winchester I wiiIt if you will give me space in your paper give a brief article upon that subject Mr Nally and I arrived in Winchester a little after dark Thursday evening and found the city full of tobacco men from every section of the burleys district Of course the first thing was to hunt clMnext was Hon W C McChord of Springfield I also found men there that I knew years ago from Bracken Pendleton Mason and Grant counties and some from the state of Ohio The Commercial Club of Winchester gaye us a smoker at the Court House that night where we enjoyed plenty of good cigars and speeches by United States Senator Lindsay W C Mc Chord and Judge Beckner which occu pied the entire evening We retired about 12 oclock Thg next morning the members of the Board of Control of which I chanced to be a member was called by the chairman C M Hanna The purpose of this meeting was that the Constitution and Bylaws that were adopted at the New Castle Con rlsentAs we had to have them before the convention and as all the members were that drew them up at NewCastle we went to work and by 11 p m we had them ready The convention was opened at 9a m by the National organizer of The Am erican Society of Equity Mr Sherman in the chair The work of hearing from eah coun ty was begun There were about t irtyI counties represented from the eight counties of Kentucky and three from Ohio which comprise the Burley belt Our county was ably represented by Mr Nallv The Convention adjourned at 1230 p m to meet again at 1 0IWe enjoyed addresses Sherman and Hon Judge Peake of ShUlbyville The Constitution and By Laws were read and approved andI the Convention adjourned The delegates met at the hotel in the evening and formed a plan ofor ganization of the entire Burley belt The National organizer will make one speech in each county He will be in Springfield court day in November Alter his speeb we will proceed to organize Washing ton county unionIorganization The American Society of Equity is the salvation The principal is this We do not propose to fight f any man or corporation we propose to pay the othe fellows price for his goods and we propose to make the other fellow or corporation pay us our price for our product We will not ex act an unfair price on anyproduct we mean to have cost of production and a reasonable profit on our labor The first thing is to organize a loco union in every voting precinct in county then call a county meeting thdI the county seat select the best manI in your local union and send your county meeting The object of that meeting will be flirt iu cJn a man to repesent you on the State Board of Control They will also determine how the tobacco of the county can be handled We have t le plans that are practiced Either can b 3 used under the Constitu tion and BYLaws adopted for the Burley belt The following I thinly is most practical When you pool your crop you sign a pledge or con tract You set apart one cent a poupd- on all of your tobacco to1 prepare a place to house and stor j same This to be separate from all other expenses that mayoccur The other expenses that will occur as grading insurance and etc will be added to the mininmun price and the man or corparation that buys it will haye to pay it cODER Another Report Winchester Ky NOV 2The con vention of Burley Tobacco Growers which has been in session yesterday and today finished their work and ad journed The delegates were here for business and no time was wasted They realized that this is a desperate effort to break the shackles with which the tobacco trust has bound them and if unsuccessful the future of the Burley Growers is dark indeed In fact with the low prices that have prevailed for several years and with the high price and uncertainty of agricultural labor many declare they will quit raising it if something is not done to insure better prices At a smoker given to the visitors Clubrformer hope of salvation lay in their own efforts that they need expect no help from the National Congress or State Legislature that neither had the power or desire to assist them Hon W C McChord of Springfield advocated the concentration Of the tobacco in large warehouses at railroad centers and the procuring of Eastern capital to handle it E B Hogan of Grant county pp warehousingin its own boundaries and the handling of it by local capital and this method seemed to meet with popular approval Henry B Sherman of Greensburg Ind national organizer of the American Society of Equity presided today and in an able speech described the reja tions between that body and the Burley Tobacco Society cqnsumedand hearing reports from e In some cases the counties are already organized and in others partially so Judge R F Peake of Shelly spoke this afternoon He said that the law of supply and demand was of divine origin and anyone that tries to sub vert it is a criminal and should be treated as such He told his hearers that the farmer was the only person that allowed someone else to fix the prices of what he has to sell and also what he buys His assertion that Sen star McCreary was the only united States Senator that had ever tried to help the tobacco planter elicited much applause The constitution and bylaws adopted by the primary convention at New Castle were read discussed and adopted They provide for precinct committees from which shall be chosen county committees and from these shall be chosen a district committee The lat is to meet in this rity four times Ittr anv The tobacco shall be graded each county and the price fixed by beingjfor the next days A local mud will be chosen in each county and or ganizers will be sent into those which need them The managers stem san guine that fully 80 per cent of the crop for the present yearwill be pledged to the pools HIGH SCHOOL NEWS t Matters of Interest As Discussed By One On the inside There was a lull in grade Teacher and pupils as l f instinctively were silent The shadow of some coming event had in some mysterious way cast its pall over all As teacher and taught sat silent a sinister sonorous swelling sound slowly made itself felt rather than heard With bated breath they satand wondered After rumbling menacingly through room and hall it ceased Then again and louder it rose until it resembled nothing ever heard before It had in it all the con centrated despair of a lost soul as it shrieking enters the fell portals of the damned ten thousand steamwhistles all outof tune turned loose together by some manaic would be as the dulcet strains of an evening zepher whisper ing among roses compared to tt it was Poes Raven in music without words only the music was not there Aye there was terror in that sound Catholics devoutly crossed themselves and protestants under breath begun a prayer After running the whole gamut of shrieks and groans and sepul chal solos it stopped and the teacher feeling it was up to him to pretend that he was not scared cautiously opened the door and peered without The walls were all standing the trees in the yard were all there riot a clew was left of whence it came nor WHY Profl Thompson we regret to report has been ill the past few days It must not be inferred that this fact and theincident above mentioned have any connection for Prof told us that while he had thought something of taking vocal lessons he was yet afraid that it might hurt his chances of win ning that prize offered by the Club Director for the pupil making the best progress on the guitar Last Thursday and Friday were examination days but most of the pupils while showing signs of the mental strain were able to be present on Mon dayJ We are inforDfdthat Centre College has not challenge for a joint debate sent them by our school The society will discuss on Friday afternoon the relative merits of Jefferson and Hamilton as statesmen and the Springfield Stringed Symphony alias our mandolin and guitar club will for the first time be heard Everybody is on the qui vive in anticipation of the treat Now myopism is a troublous ill As all of you observe i But when a boy a fragrant feline catches In his trap and brings the scent to school We could we think endure myopism of the alfattpry nerve Boys when you feel inclined to kick because things dont go to suit you in school or life remember the saying of Dolly Winthrop But if ween do our part it aint to be believed as thems above will fall short of theirn The teachers are agitating the formation of a teachers club for the pur pose of studying and discussing current events and whatever other subject may appeal to them The pupils are vigorously encouraging the plan in the hope that if they tackle some difficult study their trouble will make them ore appreciative of the pupils troubles Age is sometimes unjust in its criticism of youth because it for gets its own youth r New pupils continue to enter ahd the school prospers Leo says after seeing the College boys and hearing their debate that we do very well ourselves thank you The Sunr 1 i BECKHAJV ANDY Us HAGER Nominated In Yes terdays Elec V p tion Majorities jWill Not Ex ceed 500 In Either RdceJ Gullion Public Instruc tion Is ElectedIBYfooone1n dricks For Attorney General By I5fOOO CIose In C sioners Race t11J Indications at this time hams election by a safe jri+probably 6XXfor United States 8ef- ator and Ha er for Governor a f jority which aY exceed 8000 limey surprises from all sections of the State are reported In some counting c Mif ered McCreary stron hoW B ekMar iiiK parried things by storm fWleieth4 considered Beckham stro gkeld Me Creary won easily Gov Beach m in a telephone iej sage to Judge I H Thurman tiiia af ternoon claim his election by s safe majority REPUBLICANS if Defeat andIj ehoeI Returns from the Third and Niirili districts point to the election of RefHit licans for Congress over Richards and Kehoe Dem c i1he8e districts are very close A GcJtCQmPMY f rMiss Loucile Whitcliff and her coat pany are playing a three nights en gagement at the local playhouse The company puts up a good show acid it has been well attended TlMy feuk their engagement here tdnighfc fr t PRATHERS CREIKt Mr W S Christerson of near Stew art Ky is spending this week with his son G H Christerson Misses Eula Smock and Bessie Miltoa spent Monday night with Miss Margie Christerson Mr and Mrs R T Begerly spent Sunday with the latters father Mr Gv T Mayes Mr Robert Mayes was in Harrods burg last Monday on businessi Mrs J H Mayes is on the sick listFThe many friends of Miss Ethel Mayce are glad to see her put again after long spell of fever Mr Henry Noel has moved m1b Isia new home Mr Frank Graves ha t moved into the housevacated by Mri Noelf We are gbid to welcome sand Mrs Graves inLp our vicinitypRumor reports several weddings oee The people of this yidnitywho hT been attended the series of inettuiee H Beach Grove churclrhtlve been pfamxi with the sermons delivered by Xet It W Summers of Georgeiowp is fend r m sIWlaJb selecting remember The Sun bb f county ffcfwr in tlw State J Dogs mte a raid ok Mr G TR4sheep last Friday Mfffrt killing cnp two 6 j t Ji 2 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1906 I i 1 rJHlJ1 was a strongtadd es of Jame the other day at thf Minnesota state fair in which he de elated that in agriculture was to b countntWIthinhave to meet the wants of more thai 200000000 people In less than 26 years from this moment the United States will have 130000000 people som4dlzn t4beWhen the searchlight is thus suddenlji turned on we recognize not a mere speculation but the grim face of that pecter which donfronts the unem ployed tramping hatefut streets in t hope of food and shelter Having predicted the peril to the country of the Increasing number of the unem ployed Mr Hill points to the farm escapet1faclear recognition on the part of the whole people from the highest down to the lowest that the tillage of1 the soil is the natural and most whichtevery ry and to which all else must in the end yield And then asa means of stimulus and edu cation Mr Hill says the govern ment Should establish a small model farm on its own land in every rural perhapslneverystates Let the department of agrl Culture sbow exactly what can be done on a small tract of land by proper uIUvatlon moderate fertilizing and duE rotation of crops The sight of the fieldand their contrast with those of neighbors the knowledge of possiblewpamphlets poured put from the government printing office in years Here is the opinion of the Seattle Washj PostIntelligencer as to the valueof the study of agriculture Modern agriculture Is a science It highscfy one for an Instructor Is the pri- ma principles of tilling the1 soil It is tooth theoretical and practical The study oC Indian corn Is as Important in the development of the student presentgt n which more valuable than degiJanguages The study of the classics Is no more divine or rever ential than the study ot larm ma chinery and IriSh potatoes Many a poor boy Injures his health fretting hehonions The preliminary classification for the exposltlonwhtStockyards December 18 has been Issued and may be had on applica tion to W E Skinner general man ager of the exposition It shQuld be noted by those specially Interested that the rules have been changed from previous rules In one important par ticular namely that cohering owner ship of animals is revoked in the classes of get of sire and produce of dam In many departments the classifications have been increased to discourage exhibits This is particularly true in the classification for horses The crop prospects are that corn will ofnly be 4000000 bushels behind Jast years huge record of 2708000 000 bushels Potatoes and barley are likely to be soinewhat below last year but wheat much of which is already harvested is likely to go beyond the record of 30000000 bush els The four great farm crops of cbrnj hay wheat and oats named in the order of their gross value will probably be worth this year something like 2750000000 The North Wisconsin Farmers asj t Bociafion is only two years old but It as produced results of which ma1weU be proud It has succeeded in securing four demonstration farms in the lake shore counties which are under the direction of the state of agriculture Three special schoolI experimenting are being carried out Agronomy soil and horticulture un der the direction of Profs Moore Whltspn and Sandsten The four farms are located at Iron Rlver dupe rior Ashland and Bayfleld The farmer who has pot wakened to the magnitude of the things yet to be learned In agricultural science is the man who does not study who is contented with hinopelf and who be lieves that the methods oC his fore fathers is good enough for him Yes and we might add that he Is the farmer who is content with half a loaf when he might just as well have the loaf and a half AnVexperimental gardening asspcia +tIon Gri yiit been making ox jerirnensIhthe protec lon of orchard- o1 s against night frosts by means cA + eJ i1 tfROMJlEADOW Matter Which WiIIpro interesting to All Re dersiWRITTEN FOR THE SUN BY WM PITT + Mt of fumigation A part of an orchard in bloom was thus successfully guard ed against an April frost by the dense smoke of naphthal ne But the ex periment was very expensive 50 kilo grams of naphthalene being consumed by seven flames in one hour Later a new preparation of chemicals was tried producing a comparatively large volume of smOk with the expenditure of only two kilograms of the material per hour According the Florists Exchange the latest additiln to labors ranks is the United Brptherhood of Rural Hor ticultural Wage Earners of Anierica with headquarters at Dallas Texvv Another ginseng grower disappointed A western newspaper ells of ai Missouri woman who has ben looking forward to realizing a from raising ginseng She competenceI go into the business three and began to read circulars and pam phlets on the subject before buying her stock She was on the poInt of writing to a local firm for prices on seeds and roots when she was vlsitecl by a man who represented himself as agent for a ginseng firm in Connect cut His prices for Stock were so alluring that the woman Invested about 50 in seeds and roots andwas the agent while warning her that she would have to wait several yeifs for her harvest suggested that the prod uct Woud probably bring 12 pr 15 a pound the plants r celved devoted care They thrived aId the grower began to feel like an icipient million aire Three years later some of tile roots seemed marketable size so the grower dug a bushel or more firmly believing she had collateral to make her comfortable for the rest of her life The ginseng dealer to whom she applied however found that she had been the victim of a swindler for her cherished plants instead of being ginseng were Culvers root Veronica jVirginica whiQh has very little value The two plants are so totally distinct that One wonders how the unfortunate victim could continue to grow it year after year without any suspicions as cornkietehow where plants are concerned We had never heard of this particularIswindle before perhaps pthef victmsIL The farmer Is not as easy a mark for the swindler as in years gone by put the sharper is suit trying to devise schemes by which he can catch pim and his dollars The Smith County KanK Messenger te lsof the lat st swinQle The agent comes along with his barb wlrefenclng and stretch ing machine and offers to leave the Machine and 40 rods of goo d fence signdcard for the return of thO stretcher 4he farmer signs for three dollars and it is the old old story or the 3 turning out to lie 300 instead It is i safe rule for the farmer to adopt tb sign nothing and buy of the local dealer or of some firm he knows and can trust Money making should not be the sole object of the county or state agri cjultural fair Ten to one if the fair is serving the high purpose which it as intendedthat is stimulating and educating the farmer to better met- ho1sthe fair will draw paying at t ndance Better no fair at all than tp et the midway features the horse racing and the saloon predominate Such methods may make more dollars but they dont make better farmers rhIreached the pity as the following proves Con tractor for building skyscraper theII KansasIcorn crops Picking Packing and Marketing theApple by Lowell B Judson Is an- Uiustraled bulletin just issued by Idaho experImer Moscow Idiaho Write 1ftstation The Michigan experiment station has just published a most excellent bulletin No 222 by Prof Pettit on aprplfesLay the foundation of a good corn crop next year by selecting at once your seed cornI Take proper tare of the seed corn that nothing of its vital ity be lost Sow a patch of rye this fall and provide your stock with early spring pas turageSWith the rise and growth of theag rlcUltural olleges all over the land hayo the girls been forgotten Much thqught and money have been expended lin the effort to equip the boys of the farm for more scientific farming bu the glrlswh has thought of the girls Why should they not have tneir courses in thoseb anches of agriculture and domestic science which would better fit them fbr their duties and make heir lot easl r There Is a suggestion for America in the estab- lIshing by Belgium of ree schools for the purpose of giving g rls instruction in housekeeping as related to the farm and In various phases of agri culture closely linked therewith such as gardening poultry keeping dairy ing etc Girls are admitted to the schools when 15 years old and kept In training for ten months During that time they are expected to study and master the elements of agriculture housekeeping and ac prepared to go out In dal1farming practice the lessons instances becomin Is a thickly popu lated country There are numerous cities and towns that tempt the young people to leavethe farms The daugh ters of welltodo farmers are Inclined to take life easy and try to live above working on the filrm It was to cor rect this growing evil that the new schools were instituted Every school admits 15 pupils Every girl has a room to herself and must take proper care pf it while she remains a student All are dressed alike and their cloth ing is made of ordinary material A term of ten months generally enthuses the pupil with a liking for the farm and results in keeping the girls at home and benefiting the country by their lives of usefulness MAD BULL Chases a Professor and Bride Intoa Swamp Brunswick MeThe exciting ex perience of ajBmith college professor Dr Harris H Wilder and his bride while on their honeymoon has become known the couple preferring to keep it a secret until they had returned to their home at Northampton Mass Dr Wilder for many years has passed his summers at Mere Point and a short time ago he quietly left the point and going to Boston became a benedict his bride being his assistant at Smith Miss Inez Whip pie Plans were made to pass their honeymoon on one of the islands near II The Doctor and His Bride Made for the Swamps Mere Point and not allow any of their friends to know where they were They arrived at Mere Point late at night and before four the next morn- Ing had started in a rowboat for Whites Island two miles up the bay The island uninhabited and hav ing pitched their tent in a picturesque spot Mr and Mrs Wilder prepared to spend two happy weeks While Mrs Wilder was preparing dinner she noticed a number of cattle grazing Jar the tenL Dr Wilder started at once to drive the intruders away and succeeded with the exception that a big bull objected to being disturbed and made fight for his rights Dr Wilder was not slow to realize that trouble was brewing and with his wife made ready for flight The dinner was left untasted as the approach of the bull was warning them not to lingerIA swamp was close at hanfl and In that the doctor and his bride found a refuge After several hours the bull became tired of watching them and rejoined the herd Then Mr and Mrs Wilder returned to their tent The bull soon discovered them and again drove the Invaders off his land and to the swamp This time Dr and Mrs Wilder re treated to the boat For a long time they were held off the island but at last were allowed to lana and pack up what little the bull had left of their camping outfit he having employed the time when not heading their land ing oft in demolishing their camp Dr and Mrs Wilder spent the re mainder of their honeymoon at Mere Point r Dr WF Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and AccidentI rel1ableandworld Your insurance solicited HyattOfficd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICEJ HOURS j 7to 9a m 4 to 8 p m Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J HAVDOS8 once Office Hours 12 M to 2 P M Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUfl stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 DrWW RyPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church Qver C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 MISS ELLA AbAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will In the courts of Washington and adjoining counties in the of Appeals and Federal Courts C C McCIIORDS f ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Conris W D CLAYBROOKES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In tne courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts or Appeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and Ih court pf Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson BuildingI Will practice m the Courts of Wash ington and adjoining counties and inthe Courtof Appeals S M CAMPBELL il AUCTIONEER- Springfield KyS specialtyWillable TPhone 84 IINOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry 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unsurpassed 1 JAMES E CALDWELL President M Geal Manager iLand N Railroad Time Tableij J i f1ingTrains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrive at Louisville 1 THE SUN AND vBoth pa pers yr C9mmoner175Weekly Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 150 Weekly r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution175Se- miWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat il15 ThriceaWeek New York Worl U75 Home and Farm 125 AmQrican Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 185 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Magazine285Scribners Monthly175Harpers Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 f CLUBBING RATES WiT 1LOUISVillE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier- Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 dailyCourerTournal days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPost OOOOOooeoeoeoeoeoeoo e THE FIRST e 0 National Bank e OF SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 0 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus an l Undivided Profits 25000 OFFICERS I K L Lttsoy President- S e Jo n W Lewis VicoProsldent 0 CeeB B Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS a B L tlloy J W Lewis I W D C3aybrook 8cottMao8I SB H 1 Jno 0 Polin C Wegian every favor consistent e with safe Banking If you have I not already jan account with this I bank weinvite your patronage I- e IQQiIDQ QsQSQsQSPSOSi j LELAND HUME 8oy Aut Oeul Mgr 5uny only No 91 825p m 735u 650u600 t Daily No 42 525 a m 612 u 655u7 45u Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 906u J30u onlyNo90 715 a m 800cc 845u 935u T D ECoIT tDaily No 4t 05p tit 606u522cc 430 t t tNo t p m 220 V 4lOpnL5p545sn M OII0 eHII F 0 Chaplin Water I Power Roller Milts J MAKES THE Ie Q 110tIEST FLOUR t eI 110 0 e THE lEST MEAL Q eeeeIn Springfieldand II any 2 other sections Washington 2 county our brands are sold S Buy them and get THE BEST I D B SUTHERLAND 0 e CHAPLIN KY 0So COscieooooor oo- 000O0000O000O YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES t Yooneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Kyis 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 testi monialcoming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This fa a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggist iv 0 DR J Wl THOMAS Hod enviUe Ky The Daily Heral- dS The Sun y ONE YEAR a 200L- ft 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1906 r J BJr t t IIl li 1 yJ tJ l 1 L I if trot I0 t t t lr tl I rL i t i i JJJ WANTED Iti t Lf t i rl j 1 1 Jr 1yTtA i r t tjifilhilIflIGEST MARKET PRicES i 1 f jt il- VIy I I tt 15OOO TURKEYS tf I tf y4j fr I IfrlH JJ f f itril L r i I at BY THE WAY I HAVE RECEIVED OMEttjp t J Ir1 RI1RRIIII 41 McCIIORDT I II Business Men Resolve I II HI Cincinnati Post A number of years ago C C McChord was a hard work ing lawyer down in the town of Springfield Ky He gradually got into politics as most lawyers do and one day cptured the Democratic nomination for Railroac Commissioner in the Lou isville district and was elected Since then he has held the office and has con ducted himself well It was he who was largely instru mental in revising the freight tat iff rates in this State so favorably to the shippers that the railroads are prepar ing bitterly to fight the new tariff and incidently to fight McChord They are making desparate efforts to deteat him for the Democratic nomi nation which is one of the best evidences that while in office he served the PEOPLE AT LAKGE and NOT the railroads in PARTICULAR He has been one of the few Railroad Com missioners in this or any other State of whom this could be claimed Now this seemk to be a very strong statement It snacks so strongly of partisan flavor and personal bias that strongIestRecently when the State was visited by a cold snap the coal dealers in Louisville and elsewhere suddenly Bowling Green Ky following resolutions were adopted at a meeting of the Bowling Green Business M ns Protective Asso ciation Whereas The Bow1i g Green Busi ness Mens Association has learned through the public press that there is a possibility of the Hon C C McChord Chairman of the Railroad Commission of laving an opponent in his race for the Democratic nomination for reelection as Rail road and that some of the interests whose hostility Mr Me seeming ly uncalled for increase in the p ice of coal Much complaint vfas mad and some of the dealers attempted to throw the blame Upon the railroads The Interstate Commerce Commission more alert under Roosevelt than under any other President took cognizance of the situation and to probe into it to find out whether the railroads controlled the Kentucky and Tennessee coal fields or if not whethW thev controlled the carriage of coil for the purpose if increasing prices all around conIIunder oath it was necessary for the Interstate Commerce Commission to pick out one thoroughly familiar with the rajlrd ds situation in the State and at thesame time one who in the opin ion of a land faithful McChord The man n was ffIvery officialtto hope the railroads will not be able to defeat him The best evidence of his usefulness is in the railroad opposi tion and the Interstate Commerce Commissienschoosinghim e Resolutions Green Men Nov2rThe unanimously Protective Kentucky Commissioner dma immediately determined nonpartisan honesti From Bowling Business Chord has incurred by the faithful discharge of his dutieSas Chairmen of the Railroad commission are endeavoring to accomplish his defeat be it Resolved By the Bowling Green Business Mens Protective Association First That we recognize the fact that the proper regulation of railroad rates is nowthe most important ques tion before the people of Kentucky as well as the people of the United Stat at large for discussi and settlement beIthought just rates so that they shall not be ex tortionate and communities shall not againstI Association Green C C McChord faithful intelligent efficient and honest official who has given great care and study to railroad regulation and who has the courage to be just to the shippers and at the same time just to the railroads Third That the Bowling Green Business Mens Protective Association appreciates the valuable services he has already rendered the people of Kentucky in his present position and believes that if he is permitted to con alreadyibenefits ofa Railroad Commission which is not content to be a mere sine CANT EAT Whenyournervesare all unstrung your appetitefaisyouandI ylngIand improper food thoughdelicatethey resent illtreatment Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsin Is the greatest remedy in the world for correcting and curing all forms of stomach and digestive trouble It instantly imparts new life and vigor to these parts and keeps them in prim and perfect working condJtion Dontt wait until you are in grip of these torturingcomplaints butgeta dol lar or halfdollar size of DR CALD yourdruggistsYour money will be refunded if it does not benefit you Your postal card reqnes will brine by retnm Bail our new booklet 3K CALDWELL BOOK OF WONDERS nd freo sample to tvondss COI j Sold by The Red Cross Drug Store n L jt lL JIr t HIGHEST MARKET 01 Ii i PRICES Harr + r q rt I JONES JJ I j i 1 t t r i i I a n a J 4 cure but which undertakes to faith fully execute the duties required bylaw Fourth That the Bowling Green Business Mens Protective Association feels that the people of Kentucky could ill afford to lose the services of so able ah expert as the Hon C C McChord just at this time when the question of the regulation of railroad freight hisIloyally by him in his fight for reelec tion and the secretary of the associa tion is directed to transmit to Mr Mc Chord a copy of these resolutions with the best wishes of this association- At S HINES j W C SUMPTER C S NAHM SAM CRYSTAL T W THOMAS Committee Attest H D GRAHAM Secretary Fools Wisdom IA 1INow prithee tel inc Surer ilalrH e jHowAnd cast my bolls away cafand And Merlin nftised a cynic he Embittered by his years of strife Ami uncovered Jester thou must know The meaning of this wretched life uA bubble on the sea of time A cup brimful of toll and pain A moment while you gain the cup Ami then the bubbles gone again Rut Motley Interrupting wild Nay is It true that all Is strife That Here Is naught but toll and painIThat theres no good nor Joy In No rhoilow lire no morry song TO cheer the dreariest winter night No cup of wino no wassail bowl To make the heaviest hearted light Nfl hands to clasp No friend to love No lips to lJuc No maids to wooINo tinkling lutes No twining dance No Holds of green No skies of blue Ah Silver Hair and must I say If I myself a would call This go6 l old world In which we live Is not a Lair world after all 2 Then Merlin answered with a frown MNot nil your tears not all your wit Nor all the babble of a fool Can change a slpgle word of It And Motley bit hilt thumb And twin d his leg around his stool Then laugh d and shook his giddy bells And salt Why then Ill stay a foolp William F aicCornilok In N Y Her ald Stockholders of the Northwestern authorize iricrease of capital stock for 100000OQOto meet future needs The Sun 1 per ygar- LOSTiMONEYI On Turkeys Last Sea son Did Armour i Co A writer from New York says that Armour Co who cornered the Ken tucky turkey crop last fall and forced prices up lost fully a million and a halt dollars on the deal Nearly all Kentucky turkeys go to Boston Armour prices last fall about 13J cents on foot made the price about 18J cents dressed at the shipping station here At Boston he put the price up to 22 cents per pound Other turkeys from the West were offered at lower and Armour was forced to putpricesi cold storage where some of remain Some spoiled and others been sold at four to fifteen cents per pound the bulk going at eight and ten cents Other parties lost money Jutenot so much and the New York writer says the general imPress on is thaj thIpackers will not be so mdch of a factor rthatbluegrass market The writer quoteta large Kentucky shipper as followlitAll this talk about a short crop is absurd no shortage in the nufproduced in Kentucky this yearar r the number will be at as gre as it was last year when the totalk crop amounted to about two million pounds The turkeys of Kentucky are better in quality this year than they were last because of more grassand plenty of water The price this sea son will be about ten cents per pound in the country and eleven cents per topIy i ern market gets over 18 to 20 cents a t pound for turkeys itstops the demand to a big extent as the general public is unable to pay that price Consequently the family that eats Thanks giving turkey this year will pay some less for it than they did last year MovedJ My Repair shop is now located in the large room on Main Street recenttly occupied by Carpenters Meat Market r Come to See Me I am prepared to do all kinds of repairing Have added a harness re 1ijpair shop to my business 4Clothes Cleaning and Pressing will be made a specialty i4 Geo B rayOff r TITLTTI dIlt t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1906I iJ The Acme of PerfectionIS THE CLOTHING WE CARRY FOR MEN AND BOYS Jr See Our Louis XV or I renchbakJ-s OvercoatsI- n several new shades broad shoulders flaring skirts velvet collars Newest Fitting models Suitings Our Suitingsare made to please you and a of your boys because we have pure Woo goods Blue Black and Fancy patterns a THE- f HIGH ART CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS AT REASONABL PRICESt I SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Mitered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through th mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ose Year Biz Months 25 writing to have yonr address changed always give the postoffice to which ybur paper agoing as well as the postoffice to which yon Irish it sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JONSON OF BAR STOWN NELSON COUNTY FOR APPELLATE JUDGE HON J P HOPSON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY f CIRCUIT ROBERT t We are having some beautiful weather and the farmers are busy gatheringcom R N Vowels sold one hundred acres of land to Harvey Case and Thomas Corn at 16 per acre Jas Franklin bought of Ed Hickman twenty barrels of corn at 175 per barrelJ Romine is confined to his bed with typhoid fivery Dr W T Barnett and wife of Mackville spent Saturday and Sunday witb his mother at this place W C Cammack wife and little daughter spent Sunday night with J D Sutherland and wife neat TW Jai Conaway who lived in this vi LadiesoSuits Skirts havejust MerodeHAND FINISHED Being particular such merchan dise is of hobbies and it must to in our this advertisement we directly concerning MERODE makeall new and produc tions improved in shape quality con struction and finish It is the if riot superior any Knit Underwear Ladies and Children See before buying Be prepared cold weather i cinity until a short time ago died at his home near Woodjawn typhoid fever on Oct The remains were brought to Prices chapel Oct where the funeral services were conducted by Rev J A Simmg after which the bodywas laid to rest in the cemetery at that place He is survived by wife and two children father mother two sisters and brothers who have the sympathy the com munity in their bereavement Mrs Belle Thomas formerly of this place died at Fihchville Thursday Oct 25 and was buried at Fair Monday morning Oct 22 the IOnh Angel visited the home of Mr Mrs Will Johnson Stinnett lovely daughter Miss Martha She had been suffering from that dreaded disease consumption for nearly a year and had been confined to her room for about six months The interment took place the following Jay In the cemetery at Vanburen The pall bearers were Misses Nannib and Edith Black and Mary Perry Allie and Hattie P Sparrow Deceased was twentyfour years Qf age and a member of Christian church She was an excellent Christian character al ways bearing her suffering with pa never munrtering and always seeming ready and waiting for tjie Masters call She will greatly missed in her home land in church and Social and by all who knew her She is survived by jier parents three sisters and two brothers who in their ber x avementthave the sympathyhf the community Father sisters and brothers weep not for Martha is waiting and watching to welcome you all that blissful home Diphtheria at Failfleld Kentucky Standard We understand there several cases ot diphtheria at Faitfield and Miss Eleanor Wickliffes near that place has been closed on account the One death has occurred therethat of six yearold daughter of Mr Sam Simps and wife Diphtheria has been raging in Hardin county for the past sever in a virulent and a number of deaths have resulted therefrom Daily Herald AID 200 0 iJ I r and you were in town did you see new We can suit you no matter what and believe this lot and suits will new history in our store before the season is over These rep resent the most phenominal value we have had this seasonwhich is saying a good deal j one our have secure a place stock In speak i seasons equal the of for it for 67 aarIn COURT CLERK Hills of 25 27 a three of entire Mount ct28 of son Annie Long the tience be circles entire mother only are school of disease the weeks form SUli When style We of skirts make about merit theu of I IWI LlSBURG After sq much rain inl the early fall we are exceedi gly Rain is much needed in this ection The contrac ors are getting along nicely with the bank building If they have another week of good weather they will almost get the walls completed Mrs Wi S Gibbs has returned home from Louisville where she has been visiting for several weeks MrsT J Miller and Miss Lula Mer ritt were in Springfield last Friday shopping Sam day an Mrs W W Hyatt and little daugh ter Nellie spent a few days last week with Mrs H H Greenwood in Louis ville Mrs Sam Noel spent Saturday with her mother at this place Little E Carl Pinkston of Litsey visited phis grandparents at this place last week Several of our young people attended the party given at the home of Mr Bottom near Mackville All report an enjoyable evening Miss Elizabeth Shirley was in Spring field one day last week shopping Everett vWilham and sister Miss Lillus of Cardwell were here last our attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Sprjngfield Post Office for weekending No 1906IMrs E James Bariley Isaac Critiendon E D Downey J J Dickson Miss Mamie England Kell Evans Mrs Laura Grundy Miss Halt he Hall J N Header Mrs Lucy Lin ton Annie Marrolton Mrs Sallie Mat tingly Mrs Kate Montgomery Will Montgomery Mr Nelson Miss Gestia Nelly Springfield Pub Co TfeliaRale Mr Rodgers John Wisham Charlie H Winn J It Williams When calling for the above please say advertised and give date W1 A WATERS Postmaster- SYCAMORE VALLEY We are laving some fine weather and corn gathering is the order of the day J D Sutherland has completed his new blacksmith shop and is very busy Colman Settles was at Polin Sunday Have Seen the PALMERCOAT We have stirred things up a bit in the Coat business during the past few months offering Coat such as Women never expected to get in the height of the buying season We have them variei in prices but alike in the r remarkable yalue for price We have them for rain or shine afoot or travel day and night for home and abroad ready to wear with out delay JMr and Mrs Harmon of Springfield visited Mr and Mrs Charlie Hines Saturday and Sunday 0 Boss Settles of Willisburg visited his consin 0 Ballard Settles Satur day IMr and Mrs W C Commack and little daughter Icie visited their daughter Mrs J D Sutherland Sun day Mr Dave Fitz is visiting his brother Mr Mike Fitz this week Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland visit ed in Anderson county from Saturday until Monday Mr Keeling and two sisters of nea Willisburg visited their sister Mrs Lee Settles Sunday M C Keeling bought 14 sheep fro JohnMcIlvoy at 700 per head Miutt and Eva Inman spent Saturday night with the Misses Montgomery Mr ET Sale wife and son Rod man spent Sunday with the forjners mother Mrs Lucy Sa efat Litsey Messrs Sam Little nd J L Com mack spent last Saturday with Mr and Mrs J D Suther and Miss Sarah Shields spent Saturday night with Mrs J D Sutherland HAPPY HOLLOW Miss Sarah Shields spent Saturday night and Sunday with J D Suther land Mr and Mrs Will Harmon and chil dren spent Saturday And Sundaywith Charlie Hines and family Misses Maud and Eva Inman spent Saturday with J MMontgomery- Th singing given by Mr J D Suth erlan Saturday night was well atten ded and enjoyed by all lId and Mrs M C Keeling spent Sunday with Mr F G Noel of Syca more Valley Miss Judith Montgomery visited Miss Sarah Shields Sunday Mr Erastus Shields of Harrodsburg visited his father at this place Sunday Mr T W Sutherland and wife visited friends in Anderson county last Laura Scruggs visited her uncle J A Coulter Saturday night The Bible class is progressing nicely at Hillsboro church Mr B Coulter and wife Mr Roan Culver and wife and Ed Montgomery and family visited Mr and Mrs Dock Coulter Sunday Mr J S Thomas and family are yis iting in Nelson county this week Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong visited Miss Agnes Hines last Tuesday Subscribe for The Sun 100 yeas t Protect For The Rainy Seasonr r ourselffromRAIN PROOF COATS and when you have tried it there will be a sympathetic expression on your face for our friends who did not buy one these coats YOU WILL TELL HIM WE WILL SELL HIM 1 q The Shoe Our Leader in Ladies Shoes Womens Patent Leather Dress Shoes Button and Lace t Hand sewed welt high class quality style and workman ship dull calf tops extension cuban heels flew f operatoe V i ZiON Weare having some lovely fall weather now and the farmers are busy gathering their corn while the pretty days are here Mr Bailey Pinkston lost a valuable maize last Saturday Mrs Emma Neal and daughter Miss Claudia were in Bloomfield shopping one day last week Mrs H W Russell visited relatives in last week Miss Grant Hays was in Springfield Mrs R A Russell is the guest of her daughter Mrs Frank Neal at Mrs H B Bonta andi daughter Miss Nora spent Saturday apd Sunday with Mrs Maud Bishop of Springfield Mrs Sue Williams spent Saturday at the home of Mr Chas Williams Mrs H W Russell returned from visit to friends and relatives in Har rodsburg by her sister Mrs Bell Semones who will spend several weeks with her Mr and Mrs S R Bayne and Miss Mattie Haydon were the guests of Mrs H B Bonta last Thursday Mrs Bailey Pinkston and daughter visited relatives near Pulliam Friday Several from here attended the speaking by Gov Beckham at Spring field All who heard him were well pleased with his speech Sells More of Cough Remedy than of All Others Put The following letter from a locality where Cough Remedy is well known shows by the demand for it that the medicine tario saysuI have had the local agency for Cough Rem edy ever since it was introduced into Canada and I sell as much of it as I do of all ot er lines I have on my shelves put the many dozens sold under guarantee I have not had one bottle returned I can personally recommend is as I have used it myself and given it to my chil dren and always with the best results For salo by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass TATHAM Edd Jenkins bought a farm from Neuten Dennis for 1500 cash Mr J A Johnson and wife of Pull iam were here Sunda Mr Harvey Thompson and Miss An ON YOUR TO TO MAKt EVERY SALE- SATISFACTORY JIr t J t The RobertsonClaybrooke Co SpringfieldINCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD AdvanceI 5- 0ThreeMonthst NOE- SPARROW The Famous Underwear theire andt SaturI ThursdayI You lrYourself Zeigler IMT HarrodsbUrg weekr Forkm a accompanied Chamberlains Together Chamberlains unprecedented ThQsGeorge Chamberlains togethertOf SPRINGS i PROMISE BUYi JWIPROMISE J Ky atIthehomeJohnson ville Sunday jM B Wells bought a horse ffoirif Dave Yocum for 125 L j Neuten Dennis purchased a house and lot from I P Johnson Mr Charles Hungate of near Willis burg was here Sunday Mr Will Owen visited at Williiburgr Sunday Mr John Harlow and family sited at tMrChapel Sunday Mr Will Jenkins was here last week- on business l ellSiattendedof Miss Hadgie Bottoms near Mack ville Saturday night ii 1111 For Sa1er jOerEM RUSSELL J 1= thttttI t N A THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11906S IyBLACKCAT McIntire l Dr J M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First KyOffice iLocal News Notes New patterns and readytowears each week Mrs Williams FOR SALEuRadiant Home Heat er Used but little J L ALLEN House for rent near town fou rooms price 6 per month Apply to W Dor J S CLAYBROOKE FOR SALE1ogoodsecond hand Surreys and one buggy for sale cheap WHARTON TAPP Salt Rising and Creani Bread received daily HAGAr BROS Strayed from my place a black stee calf with in ear Anyon- giving information leading to his recov ery will be rewarded E S AYES JR NOTICEAll persons indebted to the estate of H B Powell are requested to settle same on or before January 1 1907N J P WELL Admr pd Nov 21t Odd pieces of china can be had a Leachmans Furniture Store at hal their valueS- TRAYED OR STOLEN A red milk cow Oct 23 from my place near Lit sey weighed 900or 1000 pounds right horn slightly drooled Any one giving information will be hbelrallv rewarded W J G PERKINS Route 1 Springfield Ky When you want a picture framed re member I make o G B TAYLOR FARMS FOR SALEfWrite W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and oth property for sale He has what y want IIFor 650 you can buy a handso 12 piece Toilet Set Leachmans Furniture Store J H LAMPTOrj M D Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No 3P Shoes and- Stockings THAT WEAR WELL AND LOOK WELL The Red School House Shoe t The Black Cat Stocking qualitiesbeen placed upon h ml lGrundy On next Monday night November 12 and Friday night November 16 my skating rink will be open and after nightsiHave just received a handsome line of sideboards from 15 to 4Q W E LEACHMAN If you need a cap fur rain coat or skirt see mine before you buy I will give you the best styles at the lowest prices Mrs Williams Donlt fail to see the of Toilet wSetsf Madam Wells the Modiste from Louisville is stoppingat the Colvin House and will be glad to serve the Qadies of WashingtoncountyLosTGold glasses straight leatherr case Finder please return to this office and receive reward WILL YOUNG Dinner Set of 56 pieces decorated china for 4i 98 at Leachmans Furniture Store IrFARM FOR SALE s164 acres one andI onehalf miles from Springfield good houserplenteposts Price 22 per acre A bargain for somebody who wants a place close to town B D LAKE All persons having claims against th willipresentproven upon or knowIing BIRCHfW D CLAYB WOKE FARM FOR SLE250 acre farm well located 60 acres of creek bottom 30 acres in timber 125 acres in grass an lays well good 7 room dwelling good tenant house two barns bout new 40x60 three n ver failing wells a Under good fene This farm is subj to division and would make two nice farms Price 5400 Terms easy For further particulars call on MCELROY WHARTON 1Real Estate Agents FARM FOR SALE Fortvnine acres Pikeet postous all in grass Nice home tor anyone who wants d small place Price 30 tomeSpringfield Ky Mrs bias Farrott lost a pair of gold rimmed spectacles between her home near town and the Catholic church patIil1li11 f PUBLIC SALE g I THURSDAY NOV 15 II 1 myfarm Ibest bidder the fallowing property II IITenStock Hogs three hundred bushels ofcornone 1 dred bushels wheat a big lot of hay oats and hunIone new spring wagon one twohorse wagon and oi farming implements 1 ITERMSSixmonths with interest bearing notes that are 1 bankableIr I 1 v Mr Sherman National organizer of the American Society of Equity will address the farmers of Washington ciunty court day All farmers are c thisIan excellent aboundItd every farmer Mr Pollard a State organizer will also be here that day everallddys1 illisburg Texas and Mooresville Dates will be giver later He wills countyhere To the MCounty pont sell any more hens or roosters turkey season is over They ar very low now an wed will be able forlthis in mind and hold them for us M H JONES Campbells Party IMrs MrsIwas one of the most beautiful social func Springfielpyelfovv which was carried out in the ofees were over the wi dows and banks of autumn foliage in dvery nook and corner while jack6 andIprofusionra to mir ate the house The punch was served in the hall fr9m a larger pumpkin witha wreath thde tab e around the punch bowl were the apple candle sticks with yellow tapers 11Tie decorations and colors were also Tfiecte ten piece was a matof datum lea es in the center of which was a big sac o lantern A circle of the apple candlesticks was placed on mats of red leaves at each end of tne table Apples and turnips were scooped out for bOn- bon and chestnuts A beautiful cake was at one end of the table from which the guests were allowed to draw the thinthat must of necessity deter minji their fortunes Mr W H Whar ton drew the ring and Miss Elizabeth Waters the thimble and as there were several pennies wealth was very gene rou ly distributed After the guests were served they returned to the library where fortunes wer tested in various ways and eve body left t atisfied that nothing b good was i store for them The guests were Misses Annie Lati merl Lucie E Selecman Elizabeth Wa ers and Lydia Lee McElro Messrs W D Claybrooke W C M Chord Jr W H Wharton and 0 Fetter Wharton ARNINGIIa J been appointed gam warden for Washingt n county and will begin his work at once All persfans who violate the game laws are given warning that they will be prose cute land he will investigate all parties found going in the field with a gun Tnis will be easy for him to do because he h is deputies in all parts of the coun ty who will help him and it is hoped by a sportsmen and lawabiding citi zens that this law will be enforced Any man or boy cau htin the fielji with a gun between now and the 15th day of broughtbefe FOR BOYSl LAND GIRLSi Springfield Ky I Ir fcfeiafi fc r v BarkerRobinson Miss Minnie B rkerlof Fenwick and Mr Jesse Robinson of near Fen wick were married at the home of Mr Robt Noe of Springfield on November 1st Rev Williams officiating The at tehdents were Messrs W T Barker and R C Mayes Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple drove to the home of the bribes father where a bountiful supper was served The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Barker and is one of the countys most admired and popular young ladies The groom is the son of r Geo Robinson of Kirkland and js industrious young farmer yIa happiness Chamberlains Pain Balm There is no danger from blood poison resulting from a cut or wound of any BalmissalebyGrass r + 11 Am Going Westi Therefore I must dispose of my Butcher Shop and all of its equip oryutato buy good paying business MUST t meCwrite to me at Springfield Ky Ite Fe Carpenter r 1 = OQOOOOoOoooeo- G I Personal NoteslIn 010 Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News 0 0000000000000 daysinRev Father Hogarty and Higgins of Lebanon attended the funeral o Sister Alberta at St Catherines Tuesday Miss Fannie Wall has returned home after a visit toher neice Mrs Pius Whelan of Bardstown and friends in Louisville Miss Annie Mayes is visiting her sister Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon Mr Willie Medley of Danville spent Saturday arid Sunday here Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville paned Mrs Colvin has returned to her home m Bardstown after a visit to daherMiss Della VirgiIof JfraucT was in town Saturday shopping Mr G F Carpenter attended the funeral of his auntat Perryville Mrs JS Claybrooke has returned home after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Smith jof Bardstown Mr Leslie Hayes of Harrodsburg is the guest of relatives here daMrspent Monday here Miss MiriJm Wells of Louisville is visiting at the home of T D Wells risMedley Mr James Edelen and Miss Ehza beth Leachman spent Sunday at Hu hers Mrs W T McElroy spent several days in Lebanon last week nMranon spent Sunday here Mrs H PMcChord spent several days in Lebanon last week Mrs Leo Haydon and little son Leo have returned home after a visitI to her parents in Bardstown Air Richard kelly spent Sunday in Barjjstown Mr H M Moss hoe returned home after a two weeks stay at Crab 0 chard beepn homeaMrs S B Thompson of Lebanon was here Saturday Harrodor b anou spent Sunday at the home of W Q Grundy Messrs Will Huston dVill Brown of Maud were here Saturday Miss Willie Knott spent a few days in Louisville this week Mr William Dinwiddie of Leite field is here Visiting daughter Mrs J H Lampton Mrs Ellen Gore of Hodgenville and Mrs Milvilla Carter of Louisville visited Mr and Mrs Rogers Gore last week Mr L D Baker was in Lebanon Monday on business Mr Wallace Duncan of Bardstown Junction is at home for a few days Miss Kate jMayes attended the neral of Mr Paul McElroy of Leba non Sunday Mr aria Mrs Charles R McElroytcelebrated the fiftyfifth anniversary of their marriage on Sunday th instI 4th Messrs Logan Eos1 yBob Bland and David Shuck of Lebanon attended the pfay here Tuesday night Mr J S Yankey was iii Louisville the first of the week on business spentsparents at Mackville Pearlfin Louisville Mr J B Robertson iia returned to Louisville for treatment Mr and Mrs L Mi Gore of Hod genville came up last Saturday to visit M r and Mrs Rogers Gore Mr Gore returned home Monday tut Mrs Gore will remain for several dais Mrs J E Carrico Howards town is visiting relatives here rerturned home after a business trip through the State Mr W C McChordujr and Miss Elizabeth were in ILebanonSuri y Mr John FSimmswlin Lelia = non Sunday GeorgeRobertson FredezicksYown TuesdayinMiss Hadgie Brown pent a few ys in Louisville this wee Mr Dudley Wells was irT Bloom field the first of the week c n business tMrs William Sweene iof Louis ville is visiting her brothe Mr Hen Leachman of near town Mr G D Robertson wa in Louisville Tuesday Mr G A Dahoney of Jebanon was here the first of the wi ek Mr L G Smith of ielbyville was here the first of the week on busi1 ess- Mr J J McCabe was in Lebanon Tuesday Miss Lucie E Selecm was hostess at a chafing dish party last Friday evening November the 2ni jin honor of Miss Bessie Morris of SmFtancis co Cal and Miss Annie Latimei The v guests were Misses Bessie Morris Annie Latimer Annie McChord Sadie Ray Mayes Elizabeth Waters and irDavid Litsey W H Whar ton W U McChord Jr and 6 Fet tex WhartOn o Public Sale h Friday November 30 r rt SpringfieldWillisburg pike On the above date I will after for hsale the following Two good work mares one aged work horse dire bug gy horse one weanling filly two old milch cows ode cow and calf three yearling calvES one Jersey heifer 22 buggieswagon mower and self Dinder and all farming implements householdnnd kitchen jfurniture about aeyesj dozen purebred White Legw and a few cocks and cockrels ilheut500 bushels of comIoclockfu 1Q cash Over that amount six months tina NAlrNiE LEEACI I l l Ij+ THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1906 J A NEW ZION sLANS FOR THE LARGEST RELIG IOUS COLONY IN THE WORLD YOLIVIA AMHOUHCES IMA SPEECH tliayp His Church Will le a Mundane Power With Leading Place in Politics and Trade Chicago Nev liWI1bur Glenn Vo lava opened his heart to a company of ibis followers in Kenosha and told of ifs plans for the erection ofa new Zion which be would make the great ost religious colony In the world The plan of Vollva Is to bring together again the scattered forces qf Zion City In his Kenosha address Voliva started to talk on The Kingdom of God and then he outlined his project At the climax of his oration he qual ified his faith so far ae to threaten proveJmpracUcable idel and smash the orthodox churches I am not as yet ready to give iriy policies to the world in a written state ment he said but In a few weeks will Issue a statement which will make their heads swim at Zion City These policies of mine shall he as different from those of John Alexander Dowie as day is from night The first command that shall be observed in the new city is absolute freedom from debt Neither Zion nor a man in ZIon shall owe a cent John Alexander Dowie went Into debt and thIs sent him to the devil Cleans Up a Mess HIn the last ten years John Alexan der Dowie received from his followers between 12600000 and 20000000 sad with this great hoard he made of Zion a gigantic failure Simply give- me one third of this amount ant I will make of Zion the greatest success that the world has ever known In Zion now he continued T am cleaning up a horrible mess and I am going to make changes soon that will bring Into Zion tens of thousands of persons and her support will be even greater than m the halcyon days of Dowie I am going to make Zior a world power Some time not tar dis tant I shall organize a political party And Zion if I am to dictate her future will go into the world of commercial ism and pOlitics AU is my plan to establish colonies 1 know not where at this time in which the homeless and friendless of the world shall be cared for I shall have a tract of thousands of acres of land to which I will be able to In vita the homeless of the world and ask them to take twentyacre tracts and to earn an honest living To their question as to the rent for the land there isIGods Voliva made a drastic attack on the orthodox churches find declared I have no use for your churches not one iota and if the churches of the day represents the modern religion I will take the platform as an infidel and smash them He declared that in his new Zion there would be no place for caste or position and that every man would be equal in the church and before his fel low men GENERAL UPRISING Of the Northern Indians Is Feared By Buffalo Bill Cody Wyo Nov 5A genernl con epiracy among the Northern Indians is feared by WHllarrr F Cody Buffalo Bill the scout who knows their ways better than any one else Hearing that runners were going among them he left his home here and will first hold a conference with the Utes who are now in the company of United States troops TwentyNine Couples Married Charlestownr C Nov For the first time since the civil war aiT immi grant vessel the steamship Witteklnd arrlvecUhere with 475 cabin and steer age passengers from Bremen being the first of what will probably prove a permanent line pf Mebm rs between Charleston and Bremen carrying pas sengers and freight An Incident of the voyage was the marriage of 29 couples by Commissioner Watson who is a notary Smallpox on a Whaler San Francisco l ov 5Tho whal ing schooner Mont rey Capt Foley arrived from the north Early in the cruise smallpox in epidemic form broke out among the crew Sixteen men Including Capt Foley contracted the disease and some of the cases rev eulted fatally The vessels catch was but one whale Fatal Duel in New York New York Nov 5 Salvatore Volaz was shot to death in a pistol duel on the east side A big crowd watched the fit but the Italian with whom Volaz exchanged shots succeeded in making his escape Millions In Danger Pittsburg Nov 5Flre threatened the destruction of the Carnegie insti tute valued at 46000000 Th fire originated in the power room m the Basement from defective electric wires and was extinguished after damaging Ahft building to the extent of 10000 Trust Buys Oil Lands Shreveport La Nov5 The Stand theLCaddq City oil fields 25 miles north Operaionsthe property I rtBDLAKE H INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FARM lANDS anf f v A e Increasing in Value If You Want to Buy Now is The Time Ii IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR r FARM PUT SIT IN MY- HANDS I 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 in value and there is hardly a remote that it will decrease Indeed the man who buys a farm today may feel 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 propert See list in this issue of The Sun SHOW THESE FARMS goodlandclose to school house and church price fiO per acre goodtobacco1creNo two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the blow Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles f m Springfield plentY timber oak ash hi kory good dwelling ad barns weltwatered onehalf mile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 7 175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobaccoland from town No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass rood dwelling and Price 20 per acre No 965acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will gold t n acres of tobacco well fenced s No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres gcod goodLlrg37 50 per acre Nol2Tbe most desirable hous in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from 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 from Springfield one good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles fron de ot one mile from school and ehurdh good stock brn All utbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19 275J acres 76 acres goo timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns willh Id 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kin s of and small ice house carriage house all outbuildi s new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75acres timber plenty of grass fine orchar 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any 1 No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike In Cooney neck The best part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School 3 miles No waste land on farm On rural route Pri e 47 per acre No52E135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue 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 H THE MANB believeindeed constantly increasing possibility absolutely countylarge Springfieldon tobaccogrowing r E POINT YOU WILL- FIND r PROPERTYHERE TO SUIT YOU D LAKE IADVER TISE EX- TEIIrSIVEL Y ANDrBUYERS ARE FOUND S LET ME YOU ONE OF ESTATE TA milesfromgoodbarn15 per acre I r No 23139i acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 milefromof water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike dne 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 o 1 stock barn 1 bottomdwellinggood r 50x60 ft under pining lay ed in cement water in every field all yeah fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year dwellingsonetobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 No 2770A acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house e house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 mitefromacre easy payments tNo 30115k acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six housefineprice 4500 per acre No 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 Price3250 No aa231 acres in Nelson county on Stonerpike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine smaUbarnpaintedmachinety Price 60 per acre All limestone land wellfentedandty for a home Cheap No 35225 ac es fine land in the edge of Springfield Will PlentyofLot70xWater in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One r of best neighborhoods in town 3000 SPRINGFIELD llr KENTUCKY A fACT fOR YOU ALWAYSBEEN t l iMMN- Mif M Ml llN MM M MM M M M fS4I The r I i SUft f d V IlL r T H AND t jftLOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD ONE YEAR TWO D-QLLAR f t ISSISIIS S SSS SS1O1StS1S1OISISIStS1SShShS 5i5 tt SS 5ISis51SL115 SiIIsSsfsStSSi5iSsSiSt54 +S4 r It f N- f Ir g f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1906i 1 II f 1J q 1iIfJ+ vJ L r t f L v ft i r l ZiiY ir vy WE HA VE MO VED h + lJ 7he machinery t etc of our arness manufacturing establishment from the building near the depot to the7Y fJI room in the Searcy building on Main street opposite the post offIce 4Harness Shoe and Saddle Repairing a Specialty k 1 li es Low None but the best workman a employed Have your buggy t pi t f Repaired before cold weather sets in t + t THE BLUE GRASS MANUFACTURING COMPANY l + H l Ir If i 1I Vijfl HPM 7 11t ll The Household el1o ouie- Lr v E SPENCE DE PUE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Copyright by Bowles In the very heart of San Francisco 3n a certain breathing place called Portsmouth square stood little Quong Ling on a summer day Across the grass came another fig ireta little taller a little older than Quong Ling and neither white nor Chinese butt a part of both When it was directly behind the Chinese b yet shot out its hands and clapped them tlgh1yove the others eye and cried a merry voice Who 1 Ming Foo of course was the prompt response They curled themselves comfortably on the grass near the edge of the gravel path content as two young ant mats Here comes Sam Louie cried Ling Foo suddenly hes going to stop tlHo little rascals do you have naught to do but idle asked Sam Louie affably as he paused a moment Nothing honorable friend but to tldle and tell stories ellu that bealllet this add to the pleasures of thy idleness catch Cutting oft a generous piece ofsugar cariejfrohi Qne of the sticks he carried it into the air and passed onFor the time all elSe was forgotten In the pleasurable crunch of teeth upon the succulent cane Forgotten till a fat sleek Chinaman in American ap parel and another Chinaman with a great red scar across his cheek passed by and a word or so floated to the al ways wideopen ears of Ming Foo Understand There ought to be about three thousand dollars and you must get every cent of That was all put it was enough to arrest a pair of stout young Jaws midway In the act of sending a set of white teeth into the juicy wood Enough to cause Ming Foo to stare wonderingly after the retreat ing pair and note that they settled themselves on a bench and that they were joined by a third Chinaman- In the last arrival Ming Foe recog nized ahatchetman 6f the Ping Kong tongHis eyes danced joyously and thrusting his stumpy piece of cane within his blouse he pulled Quong Lings ear down close to his lips whis pered something then scampered oft and left the smaller boy wondering and scratching the patched trousers as they disappeared around a corner Quong Lings patience had become almoat exhausted when one of the three men on the bench wandered off in another moment the other two parted going in opposite directions and as ha held his gaze On the empty bench he saw a battered cap and a lose cropped head rise from the low shrubbery just behind it Oh Quong Ling Quong Ling Quongallngaling he sang dancing around On the tips of his toes Big biggest thing ever eh Were goin to do a pig thing tonigh t Come long with me and Ill tell you all about it Then with many gesticulations and contortions and swellings of the chest Ming Foo told what he had heard as he lay in the shrubbery How on this night the store ofMow Gum for whom Sam Louie worked was to be robbed that it was to punish the proprietor for daring to cross the hatchetmanInd- aring to refuse to bear false witness in some matter before the police as wII as to gain the money That there were things and mysteries back of this that It had to do with the tongs and much more So that In the end Quong Ling quivered with the mystery and excitement of it and Ming Foo striking his robust little chest fairly hisssd Aint it big Aint we goln to stop It aint we goln t do more than big detectives would 7 When the smaller adventurer asked How I Ming Foo grew in stature ash You come with me Ill show you Im white Possibly it was owing to that little a streak of white In him that the follow ing things happened He was only 12 but he knew very much and Quong Ling was his devoted admirer There was no place in tne quarter of which Ming Foo did lion have the fun Every opium joint was to him a home and a place to lay ills head every pawnshop was his museum and the theater was his especial place of pat ronage so that it waS with no difficulty that he gained fbrl himself and follower admission to his place of amuse ment He strutted across the stage and to the dressing room behind and got in peoples way and bullied the actors and finally disappeared in the depths below and the fact was not even noticed masksIwhole fir Wes and ancient armor they reu e J 1ildlsthrbed and Ming Foo pulled and hauled the things about until final ly he found these articles he should need not a great deal a papier mache mask of hideous design and extraordinary proportions and a few yards of yellow silk Nor was the removal of these things without detection In the smallest degree difficult nor beyond hlr resources The next thing was surreptltiouslj to possess themselves of a bank In the rear of Mow Gums store without the knowledge of Sam Louie This also was accomplished though barely before the shutters were put up for the night After a long walt Ming Foo cau tiously put aside a corner of the mat and slipped to the floor Then He drew Quong Ling down beside him and they listened a moment reached into the bunk for the package which they nod brought from the theater tiptoed out Of the sleeping room and made their way into the store Hero this do Mlng Foo whis pered selecting a place behind a low pile of boxes Now lets tie this mask lto you and you are not to say a word I tell you to squeal then do it as loud as you can as loud as you can he repeated nervously The mas htch was almost three feet In heignj had Two green horns at its top To each of the horns Ming Foo tied a little bunch of punks which he lighted as the pungent aroma floated through the room and mingled with the vegetable and animal odors h gave three little perfun toryibobs of his head Next he tied S best he could in the dark this high mask to the body of his assistant They both warmed to the work and forgot to be afraid Ming Foo took out a whole bunch of matches spat upon them rubbed the heads of matches spat upon them rubbed the heads with his fingers and then transferred the phosphorescence to the face of the mask with quick uneven little dabs Shuffle shuffle approaching steps without came to their ears distinctly In front of the door some one halted tremItreverberated through the room like a clap of thunder Whos there came from the Inner room With a lighted candle in his hand which showed his sleepswollen face and eyes Sam Louie came shuf tfling out Whos there he demanded suspiciously as he laid a hand upon the bar of the door Ming Foo could see for theIi ChamberlainsCough Tho Childrens Favorite OUIiESy Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Thill rom 7 h famour for Ita cures over a large part of the cl Vzet1 world It can always Be depended unIt contains no opium or other harmful drug and may be as confidently to a baby us to an adult Price 5 cts Larfee Size 5O eta Mow uum Open quickly came the prompt response in a low tone Sam Louie halt turned the barbut tnotall convinced threw It back nto place How am I to know that It is Mow Gum he asked In answer to this there was a half tm patient oath Open Louie Am I Mow Gum your emp tam to be kept in the stroei and denl to my own plan Iln his growing excitement Ming limbed to top of the boxes Sam Louis evideuuy satisfied threw down Devil A Devil Howled the tA Others bar The door flew open as though had rested against it all the pile Silently almost Instantly four fillainous highbinders swarmed rough the Opening Now that It was too late Sam Louie saw the awful mistake that he had made He gave a low animal like cry the candle clat tsred to the floor he tried to turn and tit a ready hand reached for him In ot them pressed the sharp point knife against his throat Where Is the key Key to the sate another demanded- In answer Sam Louie tried to kick it Innwas the command The Iuprass the knife dug it viciously prostrate mans neck uncertain light of the street flickered In through the open d or and made it all quite plain to- It ing Foo Nowwhen I say scream do it loud he whispered Hoisting Quong- L ng uixm hid shoulders he raised him til Just the horns with the burning punks were on a level with the tops of the boxes If he aont tell drive the knife clear in was the Impatient command they heard and It was Instantly answered bj a moan of pain from Sam Louie Now prompted Ming Foo nd such a scream as it was A elm of screams in which there was IBC the voice and all the terror of onq Ling who could see nothing an i who had frightened himself by his own voice Sam Louie groaned A spirit A devil A devil howled the oth ers standing still to stare With a yell of fear from the Intrude they scrambled and fell Over them selves and each other In an effort to get into the street Sam Louie had fainted or he too would probably have gore 1 hen came the triumphant hour of MI g Foo for calmly setting Quons Lin 5 on the floor he made haste to bar the door Then he danced a mad elfin aloftfFor many days yet to come it will be toM how the household devil of Sam Louie came to his assistance and put to Ight four ot the most desperate fighters of the Ping Kong tong A Mountain of Gold coull not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wisas did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salv when it completely cured a ruining sore on her had tortured antiseptjchealat CJ J Haydons Drug store 1 Subscribe for The Sun LOO year J STATE WSIEMsf BULLET SCARS ron Walls of Nearly Every Room In th Arlington Hotel Destroyed by Fire Lexington KyThe Arlington hotel owned by County Judge Sewell Taul bee at Jackson Breathitt county was destroyed by fire causing a loss of 5000 partially Insured The fire was caused by a defective flue Before the feudal trials In Breathitt and other counties several encounters occurred at this hotel between members of rival factions On one occasion Tom Cock rill and Curt Jett emptied revolvers at each other In the dining room and nearly every room in the house had bullet marks pn the walls According to the confessions of Hoses Faltner and Asberry Spicer plots were laid at tho hotel by Curt Jett Tom White Spicer John Smith and John Abner to engage James Cockrill In a card game and kill him They also said plots ware made there to assassinate James B Marcum Dr B D Cox the first man killed In the latter part of the Breathitt war was killed near the Arlington and J B Marcum lived next doorto the hotel whan he was assassinated WHO IS HE Kentucky Laid Recorded as the Prop erty of an Unknown Owensboro Ky1s there any such man as George Eberhardt For 30 years a deed purporting to convey 240 acres of land to him has stood of recj ord In the office of the clerk of Davies county court but nobody be found who ever heard of canI man During most of that time land has been occupied by Philip Scheer who thought he had a clear titleA few days ago he made a contract to sell the land but In making an ab stract of the run across a prior deed to Eberhardt He has filed suit fo quiet his title alleging that there never was such a man as George Kber hardt ami that the writing purporting to be a deed to him was made by the former owner A S Stembridge to prevent his wife from recovering all mony from him NEW EVIDENCE Alleged to Have Been Discovered In y the Case of Sturgeon Louisville Ky Clarence Sturgeon who was given the death penaltyTor the alleged killing of three nienrttas- through his attorney Capt Wm Sweeney filed a motion and grounds for a new trial Aside from formal grounds It is set forth that newly discovered testimony since the trial sh Uld entitle the defendant to an JIgiSturgeons victims after the killing and that the other two men were seen exchanging pistols Just prior to the shooting it has been the contention from the first that Sturgeon fired only In self defense PITCHED BATTLE In Harlem Over the Possession of a Sister Results Fatally Mlddlesboro KyRobert Roe was killed and Jasper Roe seriously Injured In a pltclxyl battle according to a ra port that has reached here from Har Ian county Green Bailey Howard had been appointed guardian of Roes sis ter and had taken her to his home Roe however took her away from the place and Howard armed with a shot gun pursued thorn Joined by Jasper Roe he overtook the at Waltons Creek where a fight with bullets was begun i Howard who is said to have shot Robert Roe declares that heacted In selfdefense Church in j Ruins Richmond YSt Marks Roman Catholic char h was destroyed by fire The loss Is 000 with 3000 Insurance The fire Is said to have been caused by a defective flue The build r Ing one of the oldest In the city was situated opposite Senator McCrearys home Entire Stud to be SOld at Auction Lexington KyThe thoroughbred stallions brood mares yearlings and weanlings composing the Melbourne stud of Mrs W S Barnes will be sold at auction In this city the latter part of November and the noted place will likely pass out of existence as a breed ing establishment The Journal Broke Fulton KyIn an Illinois Central road wreck near this place James Hig don engineer of Hazelhurst Miss was instantly killed two negro em ployes were fatally injured and the companys loss was high The breaking of a journal caused the accident Charles Eustis Kincaid Dead Cincinnati O Charles Eustis Kin caid one of the most prominent sons of Kentucky and who has figured to considerable degree in national pub lic office died at the aft er a brief Illness of a complication of diseases Killed by Freight Train Maysville KyJohn Wise 10 was struck by the C O flyer arid Instant ly killed He was standing on the end of a tie watching a freight train The boy was knocked thirty feet and every bone in his body was broken STEPPED FROM CHURCH DOOR Pulled His Pistol and Began Firing at the Officer Richmond KYGeorge D Hill oi Bearwallow deputy sheriff under P B Broadclus shot and instantly killed WIlliam Turner considered one of the host dangerous men In the county Hill who had been looking for Turner for several days for the purpose ol serving a warrant located his man at Church at Dreyfus He went there and stationed himself beside the door After the services Turner appeared at the door apd just as he stepped out side Hill walked up and said to him that a hnd a warrant for his arrest chargingrobbery and to consider hint self under arrest At this It Is claimed Turner pulled his pistol and began fir Ing at the officer Hill returned the fire shooting three times At thE third shot Turner fell dead One shot had pierced his heart Hill hurried tc Richmond and gave himself up- I COLLECTED COIN For Kentucky Soldiers But Capt Cal t hpun Wants More Frankfort KyCapt C Calhoun arrived here to report to Gov lleckhani that he has been successful in collect ing 24000 pay for the sdlers of the Fourth Kentucky Col Colsous regi ment and two troops ol cavalry in the Spantsli American war one soldiers wero not expecting anything more that the pay they have heretofore received but Gov Beckham linked t Cal houn to use his utmrst endeavors tc collect this money froin tne government and Jie succeeded Capt Calhoun thinks theregiment is entitled to about 15000 more and will appeal the question to a higher authority but tlie appeal not en danger the 24000 as a check for that amount has already been given by Uncle Sani TWELVEYEAR SLEEP Of the Kentuckian Causes the Physi clans to Marvel reImarkablwh ch is vouched for by prominent citi zen of that community Herschell Gri lerr aged 43 years of Rowena tell asleep 12 years ago and efforts to awaken him have proved unavailing In been keePtllife mal and his muscles more supple than thoseof a man who ias had exercise Physicians are puzzled QverthecaseIHe is a brother of Dr Grlder of Rue sell county THIRD COLLEGE aiTo Mo tainiI Lexington ySt Johns Episcopal school at Beattyvllle Lee county was destroyed by fire The loss was 3000 with little insurance The building was filled with pupils but all escaped This was one of the finest religitschools established In the mountains and is the third religious college iii this section to be destroyed by fire within the last year Mutual Life WI Louisville KYFollWing the aat nouncement in New York that Inaur ance Commissioner Henry Prewitt willFrevok the license of he New York Mutual Insurance Co do bualsead in Kentucky unless it reinstates the managers who were discharged on he allegation that they were working against the interests ofj the company- In refusing to support the admlflJitra tion ticket the company officials state toI i demands lath etrecti WITH THE SAGES t He only is well mad a who has fgood determination Emerson The man of Imagination without learning has wings and no feet JpHJ bert Let us draw upon CftentforR tke1 deficiencies OfFort smith j Many a one by being thought better than he was has become better Jowett 1 L Prefer diligence before idleness ui r less you esteem rust above brightness PlatoI V t 7 Wherever power of ny kind u given there is responsibility attached RuskIn t Happinessitsessing much butin hoplnpandrloYin much Lamennais I They seem to take away the sun from the world who withdraw friend l ship from life Cicero Trust him little who pra see all liiut less who censures all him leashwho is indifferent to allLav tec Love Is the great Instru ngntiOLNat ture the bond and cemenl of society the spirit and spring of tl et universe Louth j l A man who possesses vary Qther title to our respect exc pti tHat tif courtesy Is in danger o FfoirfeJttfng them all Lytton l REFLECTIONS OF A BAbELOK t r Hot tempersle hettc than r The only rrto make o gitaste b pay more y them r t T What does a woman whpbttots her face do when she pretends lie wants to blush 1 r The damages Of a breach f onMSt ease are never as heavy as If you had married her r A Its funny that a girl always promises to marry a man a do ing the whole thing anyway 5et A man would have to Mvi a ibVjb f q money to feel there was anyQwt could be spared foi people who havent i cany V If a girl pap a gootj figure ti i iiipwu t It just as well as ydu do butycriiwonr ju quirt yourself with her to tell ao i lN Y Press Vi J ji The Su1f i L si a L1H1SPRINGFJELD SUN WEDNESDAY OYEMBER T1906 a Di A man went out to jet a bear A bear to get his prey And by a sweet coincidence They stet upon the way J The hURter got behind a rock The bepr behind a tree And each upon the other glared With sanguinary glee The star he aimed a rifle ball t ixt Brains heart head fJBut merely peeled a tripof bark i From off the tree instead Oat rushed the bear upon his foe And him and skin And licked the little pieces up Till all was gathered t Se each get what hed gone get On his respective spree The man his bearskin overcoats IV i The bear his dinner free F HORNER Seasonable Entertainments N andTSuggestions forSocial Functions BROWNI Attractively Decorated Tables En hance the Holiday PeastStatu ettes May Represent the Greek M Jf t Goddesses of PlentyToy Foot l balls and Turkeys Make Appro priate Place CardsA Contest in Thanksgiving The very close of the month of No vember brings Thanksgiving and the wellStofed grainhouses and general prosperity of the nation attest its right and duty to give thanks Thanksgiving and Christmas form two days strictly familylike In nature that in celebration the outside world scarcely should peep noHow ever on these days fashions decrees de set aside and the family usually during the midday leaving the evening free for the fun and frolic with friends On these days too the annual football games at the colleges marking the close of the football season attract the young and old college folk alike and Thanksgiving isa busy day Whether the family only are thfi guests at the dinner table or there are friends to Join the family circle the Vday should receive Its homag not only iri the serving of the turkey but in the decoration of the table One of the most ideally happy families is my pleasure to know never lets a day of celebration from Valentines day to Christmas pass without notice In the family circle however slight Every member of the family looks for ward to the coming of the next holiday which Is sure to bring a happy surprise The mother finds the extra thought and effort she puts form for these days well repaid In the happi less of the members of her house holdand she is one of the mothers whose days are devoted to toe work of her home and children or decorations for Thanksgiving there are always the turkeys the Chrysanthemums and the footballs but for the hostess who desires an idea- a bit more elaborate than any of these there are the ancient goddesses of the myths to draw upon or the center piece have a great mound of purple grapes and wheat The sheaves oft Vheat in the natural state may be somewhat difficult to secure at this time of year but If the artificial sheaves with which hats are trimmed viiI serve the purpose quite as well The beauty of this decoration need not be dwelt upon for a little Imaglna grapeTinetwined with dark blue ribbon may be r taught to the chandelier and draped io two corners of the table the wheat aught together like a vine falling the chandelier to the other twos Corners At the dour corners the vines t slightly about small statuettes r agriculturetdees of vegetation Diana goddess Of the chase and Fortuna the goddess of plenty The four goddesses may bear the Sour candfes shaded with ul1rplejand yellow shadestwo in- T V r The bear was sleek and of his skin The man took special note There goes the very thing said be- II My new fur overcoat Some such bright thought had struck As he the man the bear tI mph t Theresmydinnergrumph growled he Ill Jiave it while can or ate bon in to so It so each color The place cards may be small contributions like those laid at the feet of the four goddessesa can dy deer to represen Diana a sheaf of wheat for Ceres fruit or vegetab es tyia a i a a Another and more Americanl ke vseIter mftYhQld in her beak long stra d of narrow white and blue ribb At the end of each strand have a small turkey hearing the placecard in its beak For another turkey decoration ibe strands may come from benea he lid which may bein the back pf he turkey or at the neck A small Amer fdAtwill be requested to draw nisi trand of ribbon from the turkey At he other end of the ribbon he wiljl find a blank sheet of paper and a small pencil At the top of the papet v ill be written a quotation descriptive of the guest for whom it is intended and beneath will be written Count your many blessings Name them one by one Thereupon every member of he party must set about putting do on the paper the things for tics ch he is thankful At the close of the time allotted to the contest the hostess passes a great cup bearing the irisc Ip tion Sly cup overflows The si ps of paper are put in this and the cne who has found th greatest num er of blessings for which thanks Is re turned Is given aprizethe tur ey which has served as a centerpiece filled with candy for ijnstmce For the young folk a d coratlon of footballs is good The centerpli ce may be a large ball carr ed aloft by Minerva symbolizing victcry or th3 football may surmount a mound of flowers in the colors of the winning team or the team for who i the lun h eon is given or the one with which the young people are lied he placHards should he Ism footb Us tied with the ribbons qf the team r resented Copyright by Josep B Bowies Not the Whole Truth There Is a story easily credited by those who know the man told at the expense of a remarkably stingy inll vldual who never buys when he cm borrow He had recently taken a house in t he country and though the place wet Id have satisfied nine out of ten he call d on the agent with a list of complain ts as long as his arm You profess to have told me the truth he stormed but you havent told me the whole truth There no lawn for instance Really sir protested the agent I distinctly remember describing the lawnand a very nice lawn it is Oh yes went on the grumbler You told me there was a lawn but you didnt tell me that the nearest owner of a lawnmower lived two miles awdy Where am I to borrow a lawnmower sir Answer me thatBut the agent couldnt TitBits Two Dollars and a Shirt There formerly resided at Peaks Island Me an artist named Hathaway whose studio was located near the steamboat landing The character of the transient visitors which com prised the bulk of travel to that resort was illustrated by the reply the artist gave to one of his patrons who remarked that probably he found few purchases of his works That Is so replied Mr H with- a mournful shake of his head the of p ogle who come to this place hate two dollars and a shirt arab In Time of Peace In the first months of the RussiaJa pan war had a striking example of the necessity for preparation and the early speakhavepreparationihasgreatest men The individual as well as the nation should be prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to youtakehasDeenChamerlairiscures of colds and it should be kept at salebyGrass lieu to TVaNh Uibbon The washing of ribbons Is hot always a tended by tbo best esults The foil wing is ft milliners tnethod and most successful sijys the Detroit NewsTribune Put the ribbon into a basin of warm water rub or some good white soap and wash as you would anything else Whiles wet ifoq on the right side with a hot iron and When dry rub between the hands As If washing it until all the s Urness Is out then iron again to rem ye the wrinkles When ribbons are wa hed in this way itj is difficult to tel them from new Wounds Bruises and Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing to njuriesbeforebe healed without maturation and in about onethird the time required by greatestdscoverygery Chamberlains Pam Balm acts on same principle It is an antiseptic and to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness and poisoningjeeph me and it will save you time and ii oney not to mention inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail Fbr sale by every reliable dealer in the Bue Grass Money Vnlue of Temperance A Swiss life insurance company has taken action which indicates that temperance has money value It has un dertaken to Insure members of a temperance society composed of railway employees for 4 per cent less than em ployees who are not members of It For some time past a Swiss accident Insurance company has given total abstainers a reduction of 10 per cent in Insurance rates So well satisfied Is the company with results that since Jan 1 It has made the reduction to total abstainers 15 per cent These reductions have the merit of doing fuller Justice to the good risks There is no reason why one class of risks should pay the losses caused by an other Baltimore Sun Croup A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept in the home for immediate use is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack if given as soon as the child becomes coughappearsit to children for it contains no opium or other harmful drug For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Whisky Not a Medicine I have not used alcohol for the past twelve years and find my patients do better without 1L Now that modem therapeutics furnish all necessary Stimulants and supporting agents wo can do without alcohol better than for merly Doctors ore much to blame In not guarding against the evils resulting from the careless use of opiates and- alcohpllcsir TL Greenlee Minne apolis Minn t Postmaster Robbed RivcrtonjIaaf all comfort according to his letter which says Fur 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which lead to such a severe case of jaundice that even my fing er nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters whichcured me and have Kept me wen for eleven years Sure cure for BiliousnessNeu ralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements HaydonsDrug Er ever I gits ter heaven my only hope is dat dey wont ax too many questions at de outside gate =Atlanta Constitution Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills increases They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from constipation and the ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their HaydonDruggist Youll find plenty er folks to tell you what Providence is gwine ter do des lak dey wu2 de apents er de angels r fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Livonia Mowrites T J Dwyer now of Grays yule Mo three of my customers were Dermanerttly cured of consumption by Dr Kings New Discovery and are well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using New Discovery short time he unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as the existencetSurest t and Lung healer Guaranteed byC J Haydon Druggist 50c and bottle free lNO Lecture on 13thV There will be no lecture here On Nov 13 On account of the serious illness of Mr Towne The date of the first lecture will be giyen later- Organize by Crops UptoDate Farming In the future it will be the plan of the A S of E to organize by particular crops and instead of making its efforts general as in the past it will seek out the heavy producing sections for a crop or crops and then throw all its energies into those sections The wisuom of such a plan can be seen in the tobaccb nqpeanut dis tricts These are two tops in which the growers are in peanut growers will control this years crop Tobacco has been under sufficient control for two years to compel the prices In these districts there is no trouble about members backsliding or locals going to sleep to They are constantly wide awake because they have business to do and they see the benefits We will now undertake larger propositions for instance wheat and pota toes and apples all offer inviting fields Also cotton needs the A S or E plan of controlling and directing marketing completed At the annual meeting was a map shaded to represent the heavy producing sections for wheat potatoes tobacco peanuts and cotton A study of the map was a strong object lesson to show how comparatively small is the territory that will need to be organized to secure as definite results for anyof these crops as for the ones mentioned Also by organizing these special crops the field gradually narrows down and soon the whole country may be organ ized although every important crop will be under control and prices definitely made before that is necessary Every present member and every pres ent local union can afford tohave pa tience until the power ofth ABof E can be directed on the crops that particularly interest them I The Burly Situation JThe event of greatest importance in Burley tobacco circles during the past few weeks was the freeze occuring during the week ending October 13 There was much tobacco out in the fields and on scaffolds and a great deal of the housed tobacco was green and full of sap The freeze practically luined all green tobacco and the loss is estimated from 10 to 25 per dent of the crop or from 1000000 to 6000 000 The question now confronting the Burley growers id this What is the Burley crop worth in view of this cal amity Also how much of the surplus of previous years will it require to make good tho shortage occasioned by the frost and how much did the grow ers loose by selling previous crops at a low price on the basis of an overproduction when that surplus is now in such demand The Burley growers ought to be in a position to know all the facts and to decide this matter quickly and correctly Were they properly organized this would be easily possible The tobacco growers of this country will never know how much they have lost in the past until they know the facts concerning the production and consumption of tobacco Organization is the only means whereby they can use their knowledge and power effectively And we are glad to say that the Burley growers are organizing rapidly Organ izers who are veterans in the work in Western Kentucky and many who have recently been appointed from the Bur ley district will conduct a vigorous campaign in the Burley counties during the next few week- sSpringfield Market Bacon Hams 15c tildes 12Hc BeoHwar 23c per pound Butter I3c to per pound Chickens Hens 6c Spring Dried apples 5c per pound Ducksic per pound Corn Meal 75c to Soc per bushel EKKS iflu JHT dozen Feathers 44c per poun- dFlourF20toxuI Ginseng 750 per pound Grain Wheat ct com VJc Oats 40c Hides Green OHc to lOc Lard lie poi ponni Lime to Jloo per barrel Mill products Bran 80 shipstuff 100 per 100 pounds P tatoesCountry7sc Onions Salt145 and 5185 per barrel Turkeys per pound T low4c per pound Vinegar to 4oc per gallon NVixjl Burrv and greiwv 14Hc clear of grot se 20c tub washpd Site Cc untry Sorghum45c to roc Qt ese35c a pales DUROC JERSEYS hogAsale JE SHELBY noute L Springfield Ky 1 + HiHi + + I Farm for Sale i TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13th f3 At 20iClockfP M + On the above date I will dffer for sale at public outcry on the 11premises my farm of about 200 acres situated on thg Perryville turnpike 4 miles from Springfield Ky At the same time and place I will sell a lot of household goods +and live stock and farming implements r oth This is one of the finest and best improved tracts of land in famous Pleasant Run tobacco district and one most desirable homes in the county tWTerms made known on day of sale t For further information address the Undersigned IJToS oWtMayes at Springfield Ky it 4ji13tit4t4t4t4t4t Lakes Overflowers r i pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre barnholdswater both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco UmoV 7V miles from Springfield close to school and church PriclJ3o pracre No 4OFifty acres four room dwelling well andiwatered good land good grass barn and all out well in yard 2750 milesefroipiailkhousemulesBuggyhouse j Threequa ers of a mIle from school and curch Fide 45 per acre easy Payments poolwellcoalhouseyard all sewer connections Will sell cheap f No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x36 ll watered plenty of locust posts Price 2250 per acre L offineland good fence price 3750 peracre ringfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 acre fuike8roomposts good orchard good fence fine water close to Bchobl twcimiles from a depot 50 per acreINo b3A good investment in city property on Main str et r j1J B D LAKE SUISCRIBERS FREE COLUMNS Under this bead nil persons who are subscribers Tho Sun may Insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land foralo or for rent not included but in sortodin another department of the paper at very low rates Mrs Sam Hall McIntire has for sale Mammoth Bronze Turkeys C N Willett Route 3 has for sale 50 I Martin Route 1 has for sale S C Rhode Island cockrels 75 cents each H S Litsey Rout 4 has for sale a lot of English Maple shade trees 25 cents each in large quantities less mon eyMrs R B Cregor Route 3 Leba thoroughbredBarred laYErsAlso HILLSBORO All of the sick are better at this writingMrs Nannie Holman spent Saturday night with her sister Mrs Mary Hines Misses Maud and Eva Inman were guests of the Misses Montgomery Saturday night and Sunday Miss Judith Montgomery spent Sun day with Miss Sarah ShieldsV Marshall Keeling and wife spent Sunday wi h Felix Noel Mrs Nan Scott spent Sunday with Mr Dick Hardin and family Mrs Mat Inman and daughter spent Thursday with Mrs John Shewmaker Messrs Erastus Shields and George Dean of Ha odSbUrg visited home folks here Saturday and Sunday Mr JVM Shields and family and T r 4 Rial Ejtatt Arisif SpriMgfiiN Kr W Sutherland and wife spent Sunday with Sabe Coulter and family Mr Felix Noel attended meeting at Pleasant drove Sun- dayrEpilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance Are nerve diseases and unless checked lead to destruction of bothmind and body They weak shattered nerves must have something tQ strengthen and build them back to health Dr Miles Restorative Nervine is a remarkable nerve tonic and stimulant It strengthens the nerves relieves the nervous strain and influences refresh ing bodybuilding sleep and rest ntuse seldom fails to relieve these afflictions I was taken with epileptic fits had Myfather andIthey had three doctors with me and I t ofDrbottle of Nervine and a box of Nerve and Liver Pills I had taken only a few doses until I began to feel better I took 12 bottles qct It cured me sound and welL It been worth all the world me I recommend It wherever I gel You may use this as- a lifelong testimonial to the merits enjoylnthelife and health Is duet this wonderful aaedlclae LEVY WILLIAMS R FD No Boston Ge yeardruglstfirst kettle will benefit If It talk be will refund yeur meney MilM Medical Co EIkhart Ia4