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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o f 1 c t priiifith n lJt IiDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY FJ II tl i krOLUME III LS jKY SPRINGFIELD WEDNESDAY I NOVEMBER 14 906 N111 a 1 PROMINENT r i J CITIZEN 0jjit Texas Vicinity Pass v ed to His Reward Last Friday MP C W Peterson died at his Maine at Texas this county last Fri day Nov 9 of paralysis He had been in declining health for several months and his death had been expected for several days The deceased was sev entyone years bId and was bOrr in Denmark He came to America with his parents where a child settling first in Wisconsin bjut at the close of the Civil War he came to Kentucky to live and shortly after located in Washington county where he had resided continually ever since Mr Peterson leaves awife and five children most of whom are well known citizens of this county To the surviving ones hundreds extend condolence The deceased was a member of the Lutherian church and was an excellent Christian gentleman He had been engaged in the mercantile business at Texas for absolutehonIesty his death the community loses an honest and honorable citizen one whoI was a blessing to his community Funeral services were conducted at Bethleham church SundayI ++ ts + fr 1 11 11111 tHIGH SCHOOL ip NOTES I tw iiiAn w interesting faceting of the Liter ary and Debating Society was hel last Friday Aside from the storm ofc forensic ability that crowded the later hours there were five enjoyable musical numbers Miss Virginia Royalty sang In After Years When I Amc Old Miss Ethel Searcy rendered a selection on the piano and later a due t was played by Miss Jennie Craycrof and Miss Cecelia Simms A mandolin quartet consisting of Misses Anna Cox Mabel Tucker Louise Haydon and Sue W Ray played The Lulaby by Henlien The last musical number was a guitar quartet consisting o Profs Hume andThompson and sl Nunan and Ray They played the Mayflower Waltz and Graceful Mazurka The debate was on the question Resolved that Jefferson was a r statesman than H aniilton The d cision was given negatiyeIa Next Friday there will be recitations exclusiyely Miss Rays mandolin mid guitar class is makingexcellent progress TheyI Are all playing at least a little and few of them are becoming good manI ddlinists and guitarists They vi giye several numbers Christmas Some of our boys are becoming an xious for the bird law to go out of effe tand in a few days we shall ex pect to see several of them afield with gup and dog Olf course they will go except on Saturdays notI rLD Walker s peen ill for several days We trust he willnot be Out l b The second quarter began last week and the students will not be again till Christ as examinedI day counts and jperhaps no shown more clearly than in school that The moving finger writes and havi writ Move witsShall lure it back to cancel half a line Nor all offIt Misses McClure and Royalty join the teaching profession aft week du ing the absedce from school of Pro r Thompson It is related that they make excellent pedagogues and one of the young gentlemen under tuition says he doesnt care how ofteni said Professor takessicJco y J Death of Mr Logsdon John Logsdpn died at his horie rllf Hardins Chapel Tuesday Nov 13 He had been in ill health for seve ral months and his death was not unox fIage was of his ac quaintances He leaves a wife and several children the oldest of wh m are grown Mil Logsdon married a SweeneyfoMackville many friends extend condolence In terment occurred at Bethlehem today at 11 oclock IIWANTS NO t MORE GLORY President Roosevelt Will Not Become a Candidate For ReElcction New A Washington JIspecial rk World says President Roosevelt is being entirely eliminated from the nations contest two years hence hy his intimate friends here It is declared that just prior to his departure for Panama he repeated his firm determination not to be a can didate for reelection Mr Roosevelts te1niIconference at the White House fie i did not mince words but made it plain niIcould induce him to become f a candidate forreelection in 19Q8 Several prominent public men were present having called to spend the evening and the P esidents declaration came while they were discussing the next Republican nominee One of the vlsitorshad alluded to the frequent sug gestions that Mr Roosevelt would he yerraftera candid statement concerning his ov TI sentiments on the subject The President said that while he a tiedsuc ceed himselt and realized that it W is made in pood spirit his decision to re tire at the conclusion of his present term was irrevocable He thoroughly sub scribed to the timehonored tradition that the President of the United Stat s gtthis las his second term Moreover insofar as fame was cou earned he was certain he could achie nc more than he has already acquired there was the chance that the pop flar esteem he now enjoyed might tea h the vanish point as happened in the case of President Cleveland before lie concluded his second term The Pre i dent et ted futherfnore that hew not so possessed ofselfesteem as o parseconclusion b his successor whoever ne rimy be N Local Option Fights Ahead The Rev C L Collins District Su erintendent of the Kentucky AntiS ieaSun states that coun lities wjll hold local option electio s early in Dp ember viz Whitley Bil laiuVTxld Logan Scott Clay Wolle 1Greenucity arsons will be held As ty the constitutionality of tie Count y Umt Law Mr Collins says 10 expects the Court of Appeals to ha id clown its decision before the close the Pr sent year The liquor forces flthe ptate have arranged to have th side of the case presented to the cout but tlic AatiSaloon League will ha e the best legal council obtainable a id cuiiuuehlly expect a favorable decisiin by the court The Leagues hope for such a decision is bused parts on tie fact that very similar laws have be 2n upheld in several other states ngPostmaster Robbed J Vj VontsPoatmnfeteratRivertcn robbedofwinchsays For 20 years I had chro ic eei nt tI re even my doefr me and have kept me well for city ni araT Sure cure for Biliousness Neju ralfiaW akness and all Stomach v er and Bladder JHaYdo1fD FARMERS On next County Court day Mr Sherman National Organizer of Ithe American Society of Equity will address the farmers of county in the Court House at Springfield Farm ers from every section of the county should attend this meeting His address will be full of interest Speaking at oclock 4 JACK LONDON Famous Novelist and Socialist will the world accompanied by his wife Theywillsail upon the waters of eve y Continent in a small boat built es pecially for the trip Advice to HogRaisers in your EditorsunGivjrnespace with our when the hog is about the most profitable thing a farmer can turn his attention to is a good time for him to give a little thought to the kind he has and seeif he IS gh them the same show he does Ins ling stock in thdir breeding A good breed of hogs is necessary to successful Dlrofarmer blood will tell in the hog as well as irt any other kind of stock l If so select the breed of hogs you referof any of the standard varieties The little extra price paid is omplIri1 tiyely nothing per head the and you will find a great improveant in your drove ofstock hogs and they will fatten better and cheaper I heard a neighbor a few days ago say The corn pen is the best pedigree I admit the corn pen is a factor but the smaller the pen the greater need for the thor oughbred Now is a good time for a man to start in and improve his stock of hQgrLet him lay his foundation for with the best he can got Therqlfho economy in starting with t the best Get registered stock or eligible to registry BuyI them when young in pairs or trios akin land thev will not cost muchsayj at two or three months old Then save some of the best sow pig and change the YerIor so ihe viII see how much better he is off than if he had dragged along in the same oldway If you dont want to go into it that far by all means get a pure blooded boar and select your ows with care ones that are prolific and andJthensow has a good deal to do in shaping the nature of these sows If you are nervous and irritable and fight your sows they will more or less contract the slime fault and ah irritable vicious sow never makds n good mother If you havL a sow that ooly has five or six pigs at a farrow fatten her and get rid of her there are plenty that will have nine or ten I breed twice a year about Decem June 1stto have early f ssPringand early fall pigs The farmer c I in selecting his breed should remember that the hog for him to handle is the quick money hog The kind that develop early mature and and fatten young I make 100 pound stockers in four months and tops in six and never have a very large corn either Take more interest in pushing the piers along and they will return it by pushing you along Right here let me say that a man who takes no interest in a hogan does nut like to handle them had better sell out to some one that does J Eo SHELBY Marion Items Falcon Mn Paul Iv Mcelroy age 84 died of heart failure affe an ill ness of only two days at hi home two miles from Lebanon on the St Rose pike Saturday morning Nov3 1906 The funeral took place at the Second Presbyterian church at this coy at 230 oclock Sunday afternoon Rev A S Moffett conducting the services and interment was in Ryder ccuidtery Ioclock weln P are nt 19ntingil1r9velofthe young monof a few eras hence Mr Hart y McCawlqy was found by workmen Tuesday morning by tile side of the L N Herr South Louis with his head tuiN inj Tred farm broken He was ttken to the hospitol where he died Httii uitlIh foIr S parents live at Rayrick where he had bezn on n visit and reta mi vii train Monday r n tuible hiDlahdfit IfPt t f Gov Beckham +Elizabeth town News Governor Beck ham is undoubtedly the most remark able politician Kentucky has produced in the last quarter ofa century He Iwas able to sit in his seat and take up Paynter who is practically unknown in the State and who could not by his own influence secure a dozen votes in the Legislature and elect hi tf the U S Senate over J C S Black burn the most popular and conspicu ous Democrat in tr eState Last Tues day he defeated Senator Blackburns colleague Senator McCreary against othingkouldSuch victories as these havei never heretofore been won by any man in Kentucky We did all we could against Gov Beckham in both these races not from any selfish standpoint nor because we had any ax to grind but because we thought the best interest of the party was in Blackburn and McCreary and not in Paynter and Beck ham We have not changed our opin ion about this matter because the can didates we adwcateare defeated but our opposition to Governor Beckha has not blinded us to the fact that he is the most remarkable politician in Kentucky and that he is undoubtedly ttye i Jol of the party The News accepts the whole Democratic ticket nominated in the primary last Saturday as its tick et and will support it with the same loyalty as it would had it been com posed of those whose nomination we favored The ticket is composed o Democrats who won their nominatio and it is now becoming fin all Democrats to stand for it and elect it and it is the endeavor of the News to do its shareSTOCK LA W People In Districts Carried For The Stock law Should Read WP tjIIIJ1 Understand In view of the fact that at the recent election in this county three precincts voted for a stock law we print below that part of the law with which the people in these districts should acquaint themselves But if a majority of those votin upon this question shall vote against the running at large of cattle or the species thereof named in the petition then it shall be unlawful after thirty day from said election for any person to permit any cattle or the species thereof named 1n the petition owned by oru der his control or in his custody to run at large nsaid district districts or county as the case may be and any person so offending shall be fined not less than five nor more than twenty five dollars for each offence and if any damages be committed by cattle in and such district districts or county the the owner of such cattle shall be for all such damages liablcI place where the damage occurred be 4inclosed by a lawful fence or not rnd the person damaged shall have a lien on the cattle committing the damag- for j the amount thereof and costof sus find it shall furtmrmore be the duty of any cunstnblc shriffor tew i marshal to impound any cattle found running at large in any district districts or county and the owner or bailee thereof shall pay to the officer impounding for each head so impounded one dollar and the cost ef feeding and taking care of such cattle Provided The cost of impounding any number of cattle at any ono time Shall not exceed three dollars and the cost of feeding a such ofiicor shall have a lien on the cat tle o Impounded lor his fees and ex p nSos which he may enforce in the manner jrtifri gcare enforced Sale Notice Having sold my grocery store po session to be given on or before De comber 1st I must sell the Harness and Furniture Stock Butte stocks will be closed one very low so if you are in line come in 1d r 1AM BELL S GROCERY Cut this out and take it to the Red Cross Drug Store Springfield and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stom ich tr Mvcr ThM For biliousness unequaledThey livemParole plau for dealing with inebriV ates made famous by Pollard of St Louis is indorsed in England PRESIDENT r ROOSEVELT1M- essage lvto Congress WiMs f Little Rccalrf rtance Tax Wifl Btu li IProp d u ti Washington D C Nov 11EFrwt 1 dent Roosevelts message to CgngitM is virtually completed and ibjbpiMiW ble for The Herald to forecas tb ifl l t ing features The most importaii SSiii fommendation will be that a systwfi IR devised far taxing great fortune win they pass from generation to gtf r tion The President willtbe imposed upon inheritances btywii certain amount so thit fort wi i swollen beyond a healthy limit caSSiiiit be bequeathed by f thertolloo in their entirety and permitted to grow Iid fnitely mSecond in importance is a recomllMwr dationthat the Federal Govemnwaf be empowered to exercise supervisory power overcall corporations beside railroads engaged in JntersUt baH Iness Whether this shouldW ieW through Federal license or otherwJ t Congreeedetermine1 t vision will be the means of con cii fthe evils of overcapitalization edII lustnsmonopolistic extortion The President is in deep earnest in both these things and his message will show it For the first time an executive raess age will deal with the divorce evil T maintaininghethe purity of the home as the best means of preserving American institutions are well known and he regards the alarming increase in divorce as a pleCongresspaving the way for uniformity of df vorce laws throughout the United States This result may haye to bV reached first through the medium of a cconstitutional amendment empowering Congress to pass such laws The President will renew his recomfmendation made a year ago for a law togp during nationaC and Congressional campaigns and an other prohibiting corporations or their directors from giving money to tom mittees or to candidates for Federal office I nA bill prohibiting coporation cohtri butions was passed by the Senate last session but was inthe House because the Congressional cam paign was about to begin The President will recommend legis tiurge the extension of the block system and a rigid inspection of the physicab conditions of railroads He has beeR- urgeda1so to recommend an eight hour law for railroad employes and while it cannot be stated definitely that he will do so it is believed he will tMore stringent immigration Jaw will be advised with a vie of excluding certain classes of foreigners especially icilytSouthernCongress will he asked to give heed to the demancTof the American Bankers Association for currency reform and a snore elastic monetary system recommendedso as toprevent money stringencies at seasons of the year when business is most brisk recommendnrevising of the tariff though he haa thebeenrevisionists Perhaps he will suggest modiJScafQrcf the DngleT schedules a year hence but that fS to be deter inined later The foregoing reviews the principal messages i ters on the army an6 the mer chant marine the Phrhppmesl4fonrce Doctrine and other minor topics while atPanama t Mernae Annodricement r- r jlMr Jas RayEdel n sjn of Mr Vnid Mrs J P Edelen of near town and Miss Lena Logsdon laughter of JMr and Mrs Chas Logs oriof this Plane Stnin t4 afternoon Both Mr Edelen rnd M2 Logsdonare W 1land vQ VI knownMand tbeirmany friends ire and where extend corm atiliio s ki vance to the hapPyeVJ y Lt r 2 irHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1906 Maniac MurJJs NrlLrseto 1 Prevent Her from Leqving Ghastly Crime of Life Prisoner in a New York Asylum Victim Warned But Takes No Heed Slaying Is Carefully Planned Jishkill N YLlzzle Halliday a 3Ueprisoner at the state hospital for ttie insane has added the fifth murder T to her record by killing with awful cruelty and cunning a girl nurse who ladwon her friendship by unvarying kindness Her victim was Nurse Nellie Wickes aged24Vho was about to profesNtinali that prompted the anIaC to take her life 3 week ago the nurse told the worn Bthe soon would leave her The niurderess was downcast She re jifikrded the nurse for a moment and in a tone of cold deliberation ex talmed J killMSr WOh no I guess not said Miss WfckeB laughingly You wouldnt JmuynFaie rpm that moment the maniac Jrtjinried the deed She watched every l vemefnt of the nurse Once she tt b rnot to leave As the ifcys passed a cruel gleam setled in lee eyes Early the other morning Nurse y herra about the womans waist sheiaald I want you to remember me ifan not make any trouble bars HalUday turned away Tears came to her eyes Then she drew herself up to her full height her lips r moved convulsively and she remarked fa a low tone Vyoud better not try itMiss WIckes left the corridor a few minutes later and wentInto a dress folIHIt Upon the nurse pinned her to- the floor while she locked the door Miss Wickes alone in the room with lMesmurderess made a desperate fight for her life But she was no match for the maniac Throttling the nurse Irs Halliday snatched a pair of scissors from Miss WIckes belt Screaming she sank the sharp blades again and again into the nurses face and throat fore thanj200 times the scissor points were plunged down before nurses and attendants succeeded in breaking down the door On the floor lay Miss Wickes gasping her last breath Mrs Halliday stood at a win dpm calmly watching the death strug ale A maniacal smile of triumph lighted her face She wont leave me now she said and laughed as she spoke 11 1J j i Her horseIwhipt George A wife ofa rich iena man compelled her go back into the cottage of Mrs Maurine Walker a widow at Redondo which he had just left and get diamonds worth several hundred dollars And return them to her Armed with the whip and accom panied by a detective Mrs Gill patrolled the street in front of the Walker cottage all night awaiting the ap pearance of her husband whom she Phew to be insida At seVen oclock 1 Go Back and Get Those Diamond MrsVQIll entered the cottago and at tempted to use the whip on her hue land but the officer restrained herI pi a few moments the three emerged- om the cottage Gill in a1 disheveled stateand a further scene was enacted on the porch f Go back into that house and get 0 Ifcose diamond pin that jrpU gave to that woman cried the infuriated woman 1 v r Wickes was hurried to a cot withIn an hour without re jMiss consciousness Mrs Halli gleefully when told she Superintendent Lamb had andliPlaced She Sank the Scissors Again and Again Into the Nurses Face gazing with amused interest out of the window She seemed to know precisely what she had done but was indifferentIWhen Coroner Goring Basked her why she had committed the murder she replied She tried to leave me Mrs Halliday will not be placed In a cell Superintendent Lamb says she will be carefully guarded but there will be no punishment for her 41Wehave always watched her closely he saldUbut of late she has seemed so cheerful that we never dreamed her murderous Impulse would return She was fond of Miss Wickes They used to talk together for hours and Mrs Halliday would take much delight in telling the nurse of her life 4She would never mention the mur ders she had committed but would dwell upon her childhood days Mrs Halliday was regarded by us as a trusty She is entirely rational upon every subject The homicidal mania is her only trouble She has on different occasions struck some of the nurses and patients but these atacks have not been vicious Wife with Whip Gets Gems Given by Spouse to Rival Holding WaponOver Trembling Husband She Compels Him to Bring Back Diamonds Bestowed Upon Widow pasaII appearing diamondsmy 5hf Screaming Gill obediently entered the cottage and returned bearing the pieces of jewelry which he handed over to his wife Then Mrs Gill led her husband pale and trembling to the car and started for home Principals in the affair were reluctant to discuss the casellfr Gill even declared he had nat been in RedondO and that he did not know Mrs Walker Mrs Walker refused absolutely to talki1 have nothing whatever to say on the subject she said The affair has created a tremendous sensation in society In Pasadena Re dondo and Los Angeles Mrs Walker is a widow of a former Los Angeles banker She owns a beautiful sum mer home at the seashore city Mrs Walker and GJlf became ac- quaInted when the former lived In Pasadena a few years ago Girl Sees Fifteen Foot Snake Pelan Minn Miss Lena Mathieson the 20year old daughter of a farmer was driving a yoke of oxen mowing hay when the biggest snake ever seen In Minnesota appeared The oxen bellowed In terror and ran away while the girl was thrown from the mower and severely injured Miss Mathie son declares the snake was 15 feet long and that its body at the largest place was as big as the Pelan mill smokestack The young womans ver acity has never been doubted and a large party of men has started in search of the reptile intending to kill it and send the body tQ the Field mu seum in Chicago Ferret Attacks Baby Girl Hartford Conn Mrs Gus Pickett of this city discovered a ferret suck Ing tile blood from the body of her twoyearold daughter whom she had placed on a bed on the floor The in fant was almost dead when found and when the mother picked up her baby the animal still clung to its hold and Shad to be killed before it could mayIaiZn yY i r By the Way Every true lover recognizes the lower of the press A man who marries an heiress can celebrate his golden wedding every are Graftingbegan when designing Eve crossed Ada ns pathway with a red v apple A mail who has no money in the bank never has to worry over the absconding cashier There is only one lonelier man than a stranger in a big cltran Oslerizefl patriarch at 4 141Milwaukee woman declares that snoring is no joke Trying to get some one to contradict her i suppose a man who lives in Chicago never has to go away for a change of cli mate He gets three or four a day as it is The reason it is darkest just before the dawn Is that a married man who stays out until that time has to think what will happen when he arrives optimist is a young lover who thi iks It ls going to be as easy to win yes from father as it was from the girL Public telephones on the street gor ners will be Installed in the cutes Gee wont it be fun to watch a fat man with a grouch trying to get central In Turkey a girl never sees her hus band until she is married This is better than never seeing him afterward which occasionally happens 11 this country Once the beautiful daughter of the nabob ran away with the coachman Now she elopes with the chauffeur The b d of the next generation will fly away with papas aeronaut I sup pose Mind Mfeanderlngs A woman with pretty teeth usually sees the point of a joke quickly It Is not difficult for the rooster to crow but the jackass makes ludicrous work of It MoralStick to your forte When a mans friends begin to sym pathize with him he is In a bad way but when they criticize him he still has a fighting chance A dabbler in lifes serious work lends little more Jmportance to progress than a child making mud pies In the street Whatever you do do it earnestly and not superficially There is an old axiom that says he that cannot live on love deserves to die in a ditch The man from Mis soury says he never yet has seen a man do either Many a woman that cannot cook has made a noble mother and none Ofi her sons in after life was in a position to make his wife unhappy by reference to the biscuits mother used to make When a young married couple with their first baby go visiting and the young husband carries a package un der his arpi all the old married folks know whats in the bundle without lookingThe city man longs for the dale and the dingle the country man yearns for the noise and the qustle and both when permitted to visit the scenes of their longings are die appointed The picture is always most beautifully blended from a distance This is the season of the year when the erubescent maiden and the awk ward swain get married at the county fair or the town carnival amid the plaudits of gathered thousands In after life it must be sweet music to their ears to be known as that there couple that got tied at the Berrfen county fair- 0JU j j t Dr W P TrustyPr- actical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY r Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Hay don Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company In the world Your insurance 801fcI HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS m- 4Fspm DrJC Mddd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY D1rO8TOREOffice DrJ H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUpstairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 Dr WW1 Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49Nig1 tI09 T SCOTT AVAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the ourts of Washington and adjoining counties in the Appeals and Federal Courts CourtQf C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield JCy Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington and ad oininB counties and in the courts orAp- peals W E SELECMAN Will practice in tho courts of W and counties and Jn court ofAppeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson WashingtonCourt of Appeals JS M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Kv specialtyWillable PhonE 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts All kinds of pension business aupecialty Have been in the businos for thirtyilYoYcars THOS J Graves CXXXXXXX5OOOOOOOOQOCX3OOOOOO i MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE I Phonis Day I9i NJchi 06 OOOOOOOOOOOCX3OOOOOOOOOOOOO JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtney shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 NigHt 14 o lliiiiii t 35 Investigation I hows that many good watches are spoiled by tampering No supposeister HAVE ME FIX IT A whole lot of damage can be done those who are not ac quainted with the delicate mechanism We know watches and can repair them as they should be Bring me yours it doesnt go just right t JAS J GRAVES 1 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPOKATSD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people Qf this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passedSJAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T0 WEll President S Geal Manager Secy Aftst Gerl Mr Trewwaredl L and N Railroad Time Table IIncoming Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bard town Junctif Arrives at Louisville THE SUN AND Both papers yr Bryans Commoner i175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 W e 435 SUnny South1 150 CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5 00- The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the LouisVillo daily Herald one year 3 00 The EveningPost aoa00 oooooa o0sa THE FIRST rJ t 1i5i QF SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 0 4NInI o CAPITAL50s000 0 Surplus and Undivided o 0 Profits 25000 0 OFFICERS 0 0 B L Litsoy President John W Lewis VicoPreflldont- A O 0 C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Asst Cashier 0 R E Foster Bookkeeper 0 v DIRECTORS B L LI eJW Lewis I MayesR O CfJnoO Polin 0e I We grant eve favor consistent D with safe banking Ifyou have not already an account With this D G bank we invite your patronage c QQ QQQ9trI Suny only No 91 825 p m 735u 650u 600u Daily No 42 525 a m 612u 655w 745u Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a in 906u730 u Suny only No 90 715 a m 800u845 u 935u DailYl t i 70p mi 606 522 r 430 f Daily No 44 l Opm 2 0 V 410 p m 545 p in I iS0 QtoiChapliri Water l iso i aMAKES THE Q 0 lEST FLOUR I 0 THE lEST MEAL i QoQo0 JJ0 county o brands are oldS Buy them and get THE BEST 0eD B SUTHERLAND J QoO O 0 OO tsOOD OG- 0YOUNEED1T ooooooooooo SALVEa CURES Yoaneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles Asn evidence of its woo derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come asa resultjo tke sale of 2646 boxes 9 For Sate By All Druggists i DR J W THOMASiHo- djgfenville Ky The Daily Herald ANDI The Sun r ONE YEAR 200 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER UI906I J 0 01 a ija i lfc f I lr t tJ t I rj if r 1 x rt l f t r 1I PI r LIFE OF And gie and Lawyer Had Been Enemies Fo Years JESSE PARTION IN LOIISVILLE HERALD Midway Ky Nor 3Greater love hath no man thar this that a m lay down his life for his friends anI This passage of Sctfpture has been held to contain the upreme sacrifice that a man might male Here in idway Ka quaint little village in the Bluegras country there lives a man who transended even the teachings of St Johnthe He is Pufus K Conbs retired blacksmith Je life for his That he was saved from the javs of death after his enemy had been cscued in no whit detracts from the rifice He gave himselfhis life for il he knew without gruding fully reely and com pletely Today he is the her of his town and the recipient of a slver medal ard 1500 from the tarn ie hero fund Richard Godson atorney who was epIemynen street in Midway Just at twilight on te second day ofI last April a scream o anguish heartbreaking in its agony rought the peo pie pouring from the Buses in wild ex citement The screams came from Mrs Kate Poynter the kind heated woman who hadreared Richard podson from a child when he too we left an orphan with no roof but that jrovided by pub lic charity to shelter hm Coming out on thelawn to tell her adopted son supper ran ready she found him unconscioij at the bottom ofa pit containing afa machine his face buried in the mud In Midway many the homes are furnished with thesegs machines In a pit about eight feet yep and possibly three or four feet acres a vessel filled with gasoline is kepi and this piped into the cellar of the fyise l Godson had filled the tank but the lights did not burn He said afterward that he lifted the cover of the pit which was full off gas two blocks away was playing croquet with his children when he heard Mrs Poynters cries He dropped his mallet and ran the 600 feet to his enemys home Down in the pit lay Godson barely breathing with an excited crowd around n There were friends of the unconscious man in that throng but all shrank away from de scending into the pit Good God Why dont you get him out his enemy Combs exclaimed gazing aroundon theineHes still breathing iit might be possible to save his lifeiMen looked each other in the face ness That one a wife and family that needed him But no one looked to theIing children lour of them boys who needed his guidance If nobody else will go Ill have to theIThere were cheers that quickly gave way to cries of horror Combs lifted up Godsons body but the fumes were strong and the rescuer stumbled and fell He struggled up face purple and eyes bulging from their sockets With his great he raised the unconscious man above his oyn piIsciousness Long trite the night physicians worked over the two men and finally brought them around Since that eventful day when Combs ventured into the gas pit to save his enemy both men have made heroic efforts to live down their enmity but with small success Danced if 1 like him any better than before big genial RUfUS sheepishly even if I did save It was like this we had some dif ferences in politics about twoyears ago during a campaign We always spoke when we met on the street but ahy one with half an eye could see there was little love lost between us TWant much I just made some remarks in a meeting about something that effected Godsons property and mine and he called me liar We chawed over our differences of opinion considerable and itkept et 71HANMSf k GIVINGj t tt t TURKEYS MUST RECEIVED THIS 4 11 ji Can1YOU BringThem Today- Jf tri M H JONeS1I 1 4 I j BY THE WAYl HAVE RECEIVED SOME COAL c j i SAVED ENEMY f ceantMedal Blacksmith evangelistI bitterestenemy s Rufusqombs weakr blacksmithstrength ljdjd a g r Iii BE WEEK l ting worse instead of better Godsons all right Hes a game fighter and a square one but Idont like him any better than I did before I saved his life Why did I do it Why lands sake somebody had to do it and I didntsee anyone stirringa mans a man even if he is your enemy Id do as much for anyone Did you realize that you were prac tically giving your life for Godsons sake when you went in the pit Combs was asked He twisted his long jet black mus tache thoughtfully for a minute and then answered You bet I did When my nose be gan to sting and the humming sound in my ears began to get louder I thought of Miss Ella and the children Mrs Combs was a Miss Ella Nora Mullen of Georgetown andalthough they have been married twentyfive years and have had in all seven chil dren she is still called Miss Ella ac cording to the old Kentucky custom that prevailed in slavery days I had 250 in my pants pocket and I also thought of that Combs added with a twinkle in his eye I was wondering if the doctor or the undertaker would go through me first when I was being measured for a shroud Richard Godson has mansully and earnestly tried to bridge the gulf of dis like between himself and Combs since his return from the grave The frequent allusions to their enmity angers him and he makes light of the whole incident except the bravery of Combs None so readily or sb warmly admits that as Godson Indeed ram grateful to Combs for what he did for me said Godson He saved my life at the possible cos of his own There were plenty in that crowd that might have rescued mebut they didnt do it Dont think that I do not appreciate Combs heroism for I do there is nothing I would riot do for him He is impulsive warm hearted and generous I really never considered hi as an enemy we just didnt like eac other thats aU Both men are Democrats and are ac tive in politics Combs was a member of the Tovn Council for fourteen years Last year he ran for Judge lost by twenty votes the year he ran for Mayor and lost by fiv votes Since he was awarded the Car negie medal for bravery October 17 delegations of his fellow citizens have urged h m to run for Congress But Miss Ella objects and that ends it Friend of the two men tell stories showing how bitter was thu fight be ti tween Combs and Godson One tale is of a political meeting in which Combs and Godson appeared with a whole bat followersIand the word liar wasnt heard once At another political bonfire when Combs and Godson were speaking for different candidates on the same plat form Godson made some statement about what would happen to Combs and hiscandidate after the election Never mind little Richard Combs retorted rising to stretch his long legs and arms no bush rabbit to be scared by a little rustling in the grass The 1500 given with the Carnegie medal will go into the livery business Combs int nds to start next spring in order to give his boys employment dur = ing the summer vacation In the list of awards made out by the Carnegie commission Combs is mentioned as a cripple Several years ago a heavy va hide struck him in the back perma nently injuring one of his kidneys In Time of Peace- In the first months of the RussiaJa pan war had a striking example of the necessity for preparation andithe early advantage of those Who so to speak have shingled their roofs in dry preparationhasgreatest men The individual as well as the nation should be prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to youtake Slieencome settled in thesystem Chamber lains Cough Remedy is famous for its cures of colds and it should be kept at hand ready for instant use For sale BluetMr Ishams Bad Luck Harrodsburg Dernoc JamesjIsham a wellknown at Mackville had a valuable horse killed afmtownhsome goods which lad been shipped to him here and had brought two wag ons a double and sirjgle team The animal hitched to the b ne horse wagon randtheewagonewas driven into the side of one of the other horses passing almost through its body He died ii a few moments and before anything could be done to relieve him Thes j t IAged Couple to Wed Lebanon Enterprise A marriage li cense was issued Friday by the county clerk to Mr W G Broyles of Boyle county to many Mrs Rachel E Lan ford of this county The date of the wedding was not stated on the records nor has any return of the license been made The marriage it is stated on the license register will take place at the home of the bride Mr Broyles who is a retired farmer is 83 years of age while the bride is 66 It is his third venture of the kind and her second s fTook Morphine By Mistake Lebanon Enterprise What is thought to have been a mistake came near cost- Ing the life of John Renner the shoe maker who has for many years had his shop on Spalding avenue near Water street Mr Renner has been aI sufferer with asthma and rheumatism morningtoof morphine About an hour after r wards he complained to his daughter that the drug was affecting him strangely and asked that a physician be called Mr Renner was walked from his home to his shop to prevent his falling asleep and when Dr Kbbert amvJhe worked with the man until he was stiIgationteen one quarter grains and had it not been for the prompt arrival of th physician the overdose rouldd more than probably have resulted fatally Wounds Bruises and Burns applying an antiseptic dressing to in7juriesbeforebe healed without maturation and in t about onethird the by ct greatestdiscoverygery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an anti septic and to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly Italso allays the pain and soreness and poisoningKeep J- home and it will save you time and inconveniI 3 MovedMy Repair shop is now located in the large room on Main Street recent ly occupied by Carpenters Meat Market i l Come to See lllt1 T lam prepared to do all kinds of t repairing Have added a harness rei pair shop to my business rJ 1 Clothes Cleaning and Pressing will be made aspecialty 4- iGeo B TIIYi1 i TTTi t f- ff 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1906 The Acme of PerfectionIS THE CLOTHING WE CARRY FOR MEN AND BOYS p vimSee Our- Louis XV orjFrenchbak Overcoatst In several new shades broad shoulders flaring skirts velvet collars Newest form Fitting models Suitings Our Suitings are made to please you and all of boys because we have pure Wool goods in Blue Black and Fancy patterns f r rfi i THE HIGH ART CLOTHING fOR MEN AND BOYS AT REASONABLE PRICES 1 1 fflSPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Sprinsmeld1XYlas TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae Year 100 Sir Months so Three Months 25 changedvw4ps rouwiMTHE NOMINEES S W Hager for Governor cleans up things to the tune of 40000 Gov Beckham for United States Senator finishes with over 10000 South Trimble Lelut Governor no oppositiont GeneIratRuby Laffoon for Treasurer no op position Hubert Vreeland for Secretary of oppositionHenry opposition J W Crewman for Commissioner of Agriculture defeats Crenshaw by SOOO M 0 Winfrey for Superintendent Public Instruction defeats Giillion by 2500 John B Chenault for Clerk of Appeals no opposition I The man who has learned JIove his neighbor as himself is indeeda genius and he ought t be able to solve the problem OJ perpetualmotion 1 I were you We suit and this and will Being particular about uch merchan dise one hobbiesJ and have merit secure place i advertise we speak Vdirectly cerning the MERODE makeall and of seasons produ tions imprdyed shape quality con- struction arid the equal if the sup rior of Underwear for Ladies arid Children See before buying Be prepared cold weather f the- Courtof r RICHARDSON Last Wednesday morning when we heard that Hon 11 Rich ardson the Democratic candi date for Congress in the Third district had been defeatedwe caught the blues there and then and the spell tmued throughout the day Per onally we not acquainted with Mr Ric backyorIder fifteen years agowhen- we were the printers devilon The LaRue County Herald we read his editorial column each week in The Glasgow Times and were convinced beyond a ques tion of a doubt thai he was next to the greatest editor in the Uni ted States + Charles Churchill Howard of the LaRue Herald being a leetle the rise o Rich ardson Ever since those good days up to the present hour we have stored away impressions of Jim Richrclson therefore we received the news of his defeat with much regret Mr Richardson is a clean man an honest honqrable man and brainy His defeat doesnt mean his elimination from a jugful o liquid ginger or a pan o lightning dust Hes too trueblue tor Jthattall timber and the best in the forest of oa sinot knotty sappy nor soft kind whose great strongGmbs make rudders for the safesailing ships You are honest and brilliant Jim Richardson and your heart is full of love for vour fellowman are needed in a place of trust you will be calledupon again Grease yourspinnels and get readv for another run Since last Tuesday deadwood cocks are plentiful live ones is scace indeed We are wont be any left to drop dead when Paul Barth puts the lid on Louisville Ladies- Suits and Skirtsi f in town did see our Ladies ReadytoWear Suits and Skirtsnothing old everything you no matter what style r t havejustwe believe lot of skirts suits make new history in our store before season is These rep wehavea good dealr rhFamousMErode HfVND FINISHED is four it mustfto a stock In ent co new in finish It 14 not any Knit it for JIM J co are You very the over J W BECKHAM We have received the follow ing unsigned letter LO lsvi11e Ky Nov 10 Rogers big teeth dont think He is a umn of figures Very truly Yes siree Bec hams a buzz sav with an extra buzz hooked on He saws in all directions and sees far ahead and the breezes from his buzzes whistle the ir Bet your buttons hes a runneras rapidas a stream of water over a soapstone track on a mountainside hes quicker lightning slickern rease and smoother than the polished manners ofa genu ine Frenchman If he ever gets after you throw up the sponge quicl an waye a truce You cant dodge him or duck under and hell make the fur fly if you dont get into a hole pull the hole in after you and crawlunder the b d1Of curse in this case case of last Tuesdaythe fur didnt fly because McCreary has no fur but just suppose Beckham had been after a furry creature lawsy how the air would have taken on hair Beckham a run ner Well you bet He was flying the last time we heard of thim flying ripping things up the aback and buzzsawing to beat the band Our advice to all politi cian is Getaway from the buzz r Ton Crepes Wickliffe Beck earn why in the thunderation dontj you run for President of the United Spates Man it is said is the greatest of Gds creaturjes We shall not dispute it but when John Jone loses a heifer calf he is more vlsablY affected than when he isjinformed that his neighbor Bill lohe is dead Have You Seen ii COAT We have stirred things up a bit in theCoat business during the few months offering Coat Values such as Women never ex tfIbuyingvaried in prices but alike in the r remarkable value for price We i have them for rain or shine afoot or travel day and night for home andabroarlready to wear with out delay RobertsonClaybrooke 7 Springfield L1 tI 1 toorapidly in new C KyDear looksTones opposition n the- PALMER i SWHAGER Somebody oughter head Hager off hes still arunning jumpin all the fences and flying across the bottoms 40000 majority at tHe present writin and the end aint yet in sight A landslide thats the word Sure Ac companied by a cyclone a hurri cane an earthquake and a hotair whirlwind And everything that didnt slide away or blow down was scorched But praise good ness and sing a song shindig and holler hallelujah the storm is pv the sky is clear and there aint even a speck of Hazeon the faroff hills Persimmons are ripe pos urns plentiful the popcorn is gathered the backlogs cut and what do we care if we have got Hager and a long winter ahead of us The roses will Soon bloQm again Hager will stump the State for the Dimocrat party and hardly beforeyou know it well all be wearing bouqets and throw ing bur hats up in the air We are a great people Milwaukee ministers have in augurateda crusade against a garterlike contrivance that the women folk are wearing just above the elbow to hold up the long gloves now being worn Ad mitting for the sake of argument that a elnbow is out of place we fail to see what business it is of these preachers rt Another goldmine has been discovered in Kentucky T Hon Jim Richardson defeated Democratic candidate for Con gress in the Third district goes behind the clouds and kicks up sundust In a happy manner he declares that his defeat will give him a chance tot go home and get acquainted witli his fam ily wGen Percy Haley is a pretty goodsized man too Protect Yourself for The Rainy Seasont The Rainy Season will soon be here Protect yourselff from the bad weather by buying one of our GUARANTEED RAIN PROOF COATS and when you have tried it there iwill be a sympathetic expression on your face foryourfriends who did not buy one ot these coats YOU WILL TELL HIM WE WILL SELL HIM T t The Zeigler Shoea Our Leader in Ladles Shots Womens Patent Leather Dress Shoes Button andLace Hand sewed welt class and i 1shipoper foe l f KyiINCORPORATED t to goodondof can President Roosevelt has again announced that qwill not accept the Republican nomination for President Mr Roosevelt has made this announcement once a week for the past year but it seems that some of the party leaders wont take his word for it We suggest that the President the next time he makes the announcement show em Teddys teeth Then they will leave him alone The biggest thing in Kentucky is Hon Ben Johnsons majority in the Fourth district This is from the Kentucky State Journal If John W Langley is elected to Congress in the Fourth district which seems assured etc Surely MrTaltonsurely you are under the influence of something Hon Ben Johnson Democrat is elected in the Fourth district by a majority of over 5000 Qrow is being et fried boiled and stewed Gov J C y Beckham you are a wheelhos4 Hager head J him The primary contrary to the expectations and predictions of quite a number qf the Democratic politicians did not bring out a large vote But it kept a large number in each county at home Elizabethtown News The bird sea son which begins next Thursday promises to be a veritable paradise for hunt erS in Hardin county It is the unani mous opinion of those who have looked into the matter that the county is full of partridges On many farms there are from four to six covies It is hard to go any distance on any roads with out seeing a covy Last winter was an exceedingly mild one and less snow than usual so the birds went through the season bettr than usual The hatching season was perfect and the new game law has helped to protect the feathered tribe Every man who owns a gun and a dog is looking for ward to next and the hunter will have a veritable picnicl tIt IIi Y ON YOUR trt PROMISE TO BUY ii WE- PROMISE t TO MAKbjj- EVERY i SALE j SATISFACTORY t l N k t i X f The Cc r politicsnot- by atIIc J II+ t 1 rSEAL Y I ip 1 i E MI Rt s 1 t r The Only Oysters tfit DareloofJ l APUREFOODIISPECTOR V In The Thee V ANY TIME ANY ERE T 50i CPer Quart Cheaper at this Prue Than An- Other Oysters at 35 Cents IIMcElroy ShadeF 4 r t 1 w t- I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1906 5 J BLACK CAT= L I HOSIERY Griindy Mclntire s 1 L Dr1J1 M BurtonhRESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly Firsts crass Springfield rr KyJOffice in Hapon Block up stairs Local News Notest New line of furs at Mrs Williams Dont fail to see the display of Toilet Sets atLeachmans Furniture Store Salt Rising and Cream Bread received daily HAGAN BROS fourbThe lando Mrs Hayes on Pleasant nun advertised for sale was withdrawn at 60 per acre IducedWhen you want a picture framed remember I make frames to order G It TAYLOR Have just received a handsome line of sideboards from 15to 40- i W Ei LEACHMAN The Ladies of the Willisburg Chris tian church will give a supper at that place Saturday night All are invited to attend Mrs Williams has recieved a new lIne of furs for Ladies Misses arid Children Strayed from my place a black steer calf with tag in right ear Anyone giving information leading to his recov ery will be rewardedE S MAYES JR Odd pieces of china can be had at Leachmans Furniture Store at half their value r A deep cut in prices in most eve line for 15 days to clear out clean and make room for our coming Holiday stock A great sacrifice to movgoods quick Come at once P J Thomas NOTICE All persons indebted to th estate of H B Powell are r ueste to settle same on or before January 1 1907 N J POWELL Admr pd Nov 21 FARMS FOR SALE Write W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and othe- property for sale He has whaty u want Dinner Set of 56 pieces decorated china for 498 at Lea hm ns Furni ture Store BOWLING ALLEYL D Baker i tjos Bowling Alley open every and night In building formerly occ pied by Allen Begemans harness shop Corduroy pants marked to se l f 2 go- jeans fast at 170 Good well link pants 80 cents I have any pri- lipantsunderwear I have ever carried at less price than ever before Want room and must sell P J Thomas zJ tL LAMPTON M D Officein Opera House Office phoneOSTo5 Residence No IF Shoes and- Stockings irIlA1WEA WELU AND LOOK WELL The Red School House Shoe The Back Cat No word from iij 10 ii icoouij to 1vice the trade Ul the CAUC11CIIL JUiUl hasbeen On last Monday night Mr John Kelly his skating rink at the Opera ouse A large crowd was present and- a most enjoyable evening was spent iFor 650 you can buy a handso ne 12 piece Toilet Set at Leachmans Furniture Store Rural route No5outof Springfield will start Friday November 16 Ar ohn Hall as previously announced will be the carrier Sixteen extra heavy mules belonging LaRue county and used for roadE working will be sold at public auction in Hodgenville on Monday Nov 26 1906 at 1 oclock p m Th se hiul s are in prime condition For forth r particulars address C F CREAL Co Attyj Hodgenville Ky FARM FOR SAFE t64 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant hous good barn 36 x 36 well watered plent y of locust posts Pride 22 per acrc A bargain for somelrodY who wants is place close to town rB D LAKE t r i and CEN T Readyto Wears illinervdgood at cost prices Cone in and see them and you will be surprised at the quality and style of the hat rIof trimmed hats at very low prices prices that ought to sell them without effort on our part Do You Need a Hat ionruIf so you can be pleased in style quality and price You stYlesanddpricecsuit you Willie Knott t hJ FARM FORSA E250 acre farm well located acre of creek bottom 30 acres in imber 125 acres in grass and lays well good room dwelling good tenant ouse two barns both new 40x60 tiree i ever failing wells all undergo fen e This farm is subject to divisio i and would make two nice farms Price 5400 Terms easy For furth er par iculars call on MCELROY WHARTON Real Estate Agents MI pc b h ring claims against the estate of Arch Vheeler deceased will present same t either of the undersigned prjoperly proven upon or before December 1st li 06 All persons knowing themselves i idebted to the estate will pleas settle same before January 1st 1907 ELVIN BIRCH dof Arch WheeUr V D CLAYBROOKE GLASSES FOUN Judge 1 H Thur man foun a of eye glasses in his barn lot were probably lost 1Theduring a sale of stock held there U may have them by calling at Tl ie Sun office and paying for this notice r Mr Leo Haydon has bought the half terest oJ Dr S J Smock in the Red Cross drug store Mr Haydon is now the propri tor of the store owning the entire business Sheriff sbourneand Deputy A C Kimball lejft yestersay morning for Frankfort with Ajex Haydon and Will Hardesty colored sentenced to the penitentur for housebreaking and swearing The former was given two years and the latter one Claybroo e Durrett sold seventeen head of cattle last week to OBryan Peter Col average 1600 pounds each at 5 cents Master Guy Kroker son of Mr W M Kroker met with quite a painful accident lafct Friday afternoon He was emptying a tank of gasoline In the back yard of the Red Cross Dru and unthoughtedly struck a near the tank A slight severeI curred burning the boys fate ly It is a miracle that hEi escaped death One of thtmost exciting events of jthe season vas off at the Walton pool room n last Thursday evening when a math game of pool was play ed by two teams selected from the best pool layers of Spiingfield and Lebanon 1 he games were close from start to finis and the result was in doubt untill he last game was when the local team won the playedI only four po nts The line uJwas as follows lessrs McCabe Bosley Buckman an Moss for Springfield and Messrs Ed lOnson Bunnell Vowels and Thomas n for Lebanon The mam features of tie series were the perfect playing of Mr Bosley and the close score The ome team goes over to Lebanon tomorrow night where another clos contest is expected Sells Mor of Chamberlains Cough emedy than of All Others Put Together The following letter from a locality where Chamberlains Cough Remedy is wall known shows by the unprecedented demand for It that the medicine sells on its own merits Mr Thos George a m rchant at Mt Elgin Ontario says I have had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Rem ever sine it was introduced into Canada andsell as much of it as I do of all othe lines I have on shel ves put toget er Of the many dozens sold under guarantee I have not had one bottle returned I can personally recommend mis medicine as I have used it mvsel and given it to my chil dren and always with the best results For sale by every reliable dealerin the Blue Grass FOR BOYS ND i GIRLS Stocking Miss Springfield Ky is Card of Thanks Georgetown Ky Nov 8Editor Springfield SunDear Sir You r humble scribe would beg a shoit space in your most excellent paper for the purpose of expressing to the good brethren and sisters of Beech Grove Baptist church our sincere thanks for a wellfilled box of provisions which was received with thanks not only because tif its value in dollars and cents but most of all our heart throbs with joy and gladness when in thought our minds turn back to the rOving hearts and hands of thosq who sent this token of their love and May the richest blessings esteemI Heavenly Father rest upon each one who has by another token of love placed us under renewed obligations not orilyto them but to the Godwhom we serve Our best wishes and prayers are for the noble pastor Rev H P Hat chett and his grand people at Beech Grove MRS E W SUMlIERSI I Ai Going Westif Therefore I must dispose of my Butcher Shop and all of its equip ments This is an excellent opportunity for some one to buy a good paying business I MUS SELL AT ONCESee me or write to me at Springfield Ky tILF Carpenter f oo ooooooo oC a 0 Personal Notes o 0QVisitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks d Personal News dOOQ ooooob o0 Messrs J W Adams G Ebble and J N Morris of Lou svillp spent last week with M H Jones Miss Mat Robertson has returned home after a visit to relatives in Lou isville Dr J H Hopper and wife spent last week with relatives in Perryville Miss Bettie Irvine spent Tuesday in Louisville Mr Ben Simms and son Leo were in Louisville a few days last week Mr M H Jones was in Lebanon Monday IM and Mrs W K Robertson were in Louisville the first of the week Dave Shuck of Lebanon was in Springfield Saturday trV D Huston of Maud was in Springfield Saturday =Miss Louise Settles of Booker was in Springfield Saturday Mr W M Kroker of the Red Cross drug stofe is ill of pneumonia He is not seriously iIIf and itis thought he will soon be out A little child of Mr and Mrs Rud Wharton near town is ill of pneumonia Mesdames John Wathan and John Brown Jr of Lebanon visited at the home of Mr E S Mayes Sr Forest Cecil of Uniontown is vis iting friends and relatives at this place Miss Pearl Edelen and brother Ray spent Sunday in Louisville Misi Blanche Carrico of Howards town is visiting at the home of J R Smith Miss Mollie Dorsey was in Louisville the first of the week Mrs T A Medley and children of Owensboro after a visit to hermother inlaw Mrs G E Medley have re turned home Miss Katharine Spalding of Lebanon spent Sunday with Miss Bertha Haydon Mr J R Durrett of Bloomfield visited at the home of Dr M W Hy att the first of the week Mr Archie Hays of Louisville is visiting at the home of his mother Mrs M K Hayes of this place Mrs Will Sweeney after a visit to her sister Mrs Alice Thompson LouisvilleTMiss Msiy Bodine of Bloomfield visited at the home of Mr J Y Mayes last week Mr Frank Lewis ot Shelbyville spent a few days here lastr week Mr W L McClellan spent Sunday in Bardstbwn Mr Robert Durrett of Bloomfield Spent Sunday at the home of Dr M W Hyatt Mr Booker McClasky of Bloom field visited friends and relatives here the first of the week Mr Frank Peers of Lebanon was here Sunday Mr Logan Bo ley of Lebanon was here Monday Mr Charlie Clements of Lebanon spent Sunday with his brother Mr S E Clements of this place Miss Bessie Roberts is the guest of Mss Pearl Goatley of Valley Hill Messrs A C McElroy R E Fos IfuneralofTexas Sunday t Monday Mr Isaac Curry vas in LouvfUe Rev P F Hennessy was in ijeba non Tuesday t Messrs Ray Goodin Logan JBps gigGreeneday j j Messrs Theo Campbell and alter Leachman were in Lebanon ljues day U Dr M W Hyatt was inLouisvllle the first of the week i l Miss Elizabeth Leachman is vtsi ing in Louisville r Mr Dudley Wells is in Louistille this week r jsisfterville Messrs John Grace and Will Simms attended the fox hunt in Bardr town TuesdayF DrrSaturday ii Mr Geo Lear of Vernon Indl is visiting his father in the county Mr James Edelen has return to his hoihe in Oakland Cal after spend4 ing several weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs George Edelen Mr F M Edwards of Lebanon was here Tuesday Mr Will Wharton and sister Msj Kate attended the funeral of ih u nijvlleMrs J W Riedel and children to11relativesMrs Walter Leachman has iei turned trohi a visit to her mQtherj Mrs J K Leahy of Crescent Hill Miss Sadie Mayes attended the foxi P hunt in Bardstown Tuesday j Mrs J J McCabe and daughter Miss Jennie are spending this wetkf in Louisville Mr Nim Buster of Harrodsbur spent Monday here Mr W C McChord Jr arid Mi 81 Elizabeth Morris we in Lebanon Su jy day l Mr M H Jones was in CornisK i ville a few days last week on business Mr Bob RoBards has return 3 from Hendersonville N C wherjeP was called by the death of his lathe fj Dr William RoBards Mr James Brady of Montana visiting relatives and friends here rat Rev C L Collins who becam s quite yell acquainted with the peop i t of Washington county during their cent local option contest was here yes terday Mr Collins it will be remembered is the man who never becam tinrl of stumping for local op tioii 4 and who delivered some of the mos logical and entertaining speeches hear in the county during that campaign The people were glad to see him the still remember him kindly and will fos a long time to com- erortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Livonia lMowrites T J Dwyer nowof Grays fl1iIville MoUtJIreo of my custotpermanently cured of consumption bj Dr Kings New Discovery and are wel and strong today One was trying to J JH sell his property and move to Arizona jbut using New Discovery a shot y time he fouud it unnecessary to do soFregard Dr Diseoveryas the mostwonderul j n t if Surest Cough and Cold cu re and Thro t v JHaydonbottl free tf J r f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1906 If 1fvUtSUOOl M RMI- k rlftt The opinion of a man who has had 25 years experience In strawberry Crowing ought to be worth consider ing He says that after trying al ajqst every method now practiced by different growers he is convinced that method is tp plant anew bed and explains his plan as After the first bearing year t1best as we are through picking to take care bf the beds by all weeds and grass before any seed Let these He on the bed In spots where there are no plants As sbon as the ground is frozen I cover the entire bed with Ijorse manure to a depth of two or three inches This will perhaps smbther some of the plants but there will be plenty of them left for the next years fruiting and those that cOIJle through in the spring will grow with as much vigor as a newlyset plant From a bed of oneadre treat ed as above described I picked more berries the past season than from an acre planted one year ago The ber- rIes however were not quite as large After 1 finish picking a second crop I plow everything under in July and plant to celery The land will then be in a high state of fertility for fromra crop wasted the ground should be sown with crimson clover about the first of August This should be plowed under the following spring when the ground will be in excellent condition for planting early potatoes beets cab bag or In fact any early vegetables This method of growing strawberries gives me three beds to look after two bearing beds one and two years old and a newlyplanted one every spring and I am of the opinion that there is less labor and expense in i planting a beds every year than in yearafterr v Is the farm horse doomed to disappear from the working force of the farm David Beecroft thinks so for In an article in Technical World Maga tine he says No longer will the plowman homeward plod his weary way Instead he will simply turn on the second speed of his agricultural motor car and go dashing up the lane to the farm house at the rate of 20 miles an hour In the early months of 1902 what proved to be the first Successful gasoline agricultural motor appeared contesting at nearly all of the great agricultural competitions atI the season in England and carrying off the gold medals from the horse in every contest Plowing proved to be the first phase of farm labor to which the agricultural motor was introduced and at which four years ago it made its Initial reputation Steam engines had proven too heavy for the soft land being plowed and here the agriculturist expected to mire the internal com bustion motor but he signally failed t For a plowing test among horses steam power and the gasoline motor two and threequarters acres of very heavy clay soil were selected It was a condition that the furrows were to be nine inches wide and six inches deep In doing the work nine horses three to a plow with three drivers and three boys did the work at a total cost of 828 or at the rate of 368 per acre By steam power the total cost of plowing the same area amounted to a total of 908 or at 408 per acre and with the gasoline I motor the cost totaled 444 or at 197 per acre For plowing purposes a thre furrowed plow is invariably used except in heavy clay soils where a couple of furrows prove sufficient The New York Times is authority for the story that a dweller contingu out to the Long island mosquito marshes has discovered that he can catch mosquitoes in large quantities by te device of putting up a wire net ting with a large opening at one end and an electric light at the other The mosquitoes with numberless other fly bY tight insects are allured into this daz ling inclosure and in the morning are pulled up in such large heaps that they may be handled with scoop shov els and thus become an article of fod der nourishing and stimulating to the Long Island chicken in a degree up to this time altogether unsuspected- A Dustless Road association Is try ing in England to abate the great nuisance of dusty highways both by improved methods of road construe tion and by a saner use of those roads by the traffic passing over them Here Is a suggestion for our good roads movement In this country Let con structton work in as far as possible provide the dustless road Oil and tar are being used successfully in va rious parts of the country to this end Dont feed large quantities of cracked corn to horses or continue the practice for any length oftime as gfhejto k 1b ir SSr t BD LAKE j INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FARM lANDS and FARMSA- reI Increasing in Value If You Want to Buy Now is The Time IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM PUT IT IN MY- HANDS ir I believe indeed I am sureH1 can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or counties I have a great many farms for sale good onesat prices and I am anxious io show you any one of them that lario is in value and there is hardly a remote that it wilj decrease Indeed the man who buys a farm today may feel certain that its will increase a third possibly half or more within a half a dozen years I honestly believe tat you can be suited in place and price if you will call upon me I haveI in every section of the and small and all of them are I also have some bargains in town property See list in this issue of The Sun LET ME SNOW YOU ONE THESE FARMS I No 147acres 4J miles from Springfield well watered good land good dwelling good stable blacksmith sh p on farm rented close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No 370 acres 5 miles from Springfield good dw ling good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to schoolhouse and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres three good barns two d ellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Pric 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfie d plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns weltwateredonehalf t mile from scooo house and church Good I per No acre 7 175 15 acres dwelling stable wellwa Bred well f nctd whole farm tobacco land even miles from town No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield pl enty timber all neceSsary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and 20 per acre No 96pacres nine miles from Springfield 20 two one that will hold ten acres of tobacco barntrice No 10108 ace s seven mile from Springfield timber plenty good tobacco land good barn fhe large dwelling Will make fine dairy farm bn railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stoc barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in of water Price 30 No 18174 acres one good six room dwelling on good U1tivationfplenty depot one mile from school and church good 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone No19275 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will 20 acres obacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Prfce 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns twoj stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an a re Several other pieces of town property If yqu want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck best part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School miles No waste land on farm OIl ural route Price 47 per acre No 52135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tQ acco barn good stable corn crib 4ffijacres of blue grass 50 acre fine tobacco land onehalf mile from ike Onethird of purchase money down rest in one two and thr e years Price 24 per acr- THE REAL ESTATE MAN adjoining reasonable Remember constantly increasing possibility absolutely value firms countylarge 1 r r I I A POINTYou FIND PROPERTY HERE SUITYOU BaD LAKE IADVER TISE EX fl ENSVEL y AND H BUYERS ARE FOUND i OF milesfromgoodbarn15 per acre No 23139i acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15rmilefromof water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dw IlingsJJJlentyoftobacco dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 JIilefromacre easy payments No 34115 acres 3 housefineprice 4500 per acre No31Ll35 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good offineg00 pikedon 3250 fromBardstown smallbarnrestof farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the rticest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land wellfencedty for a home Cheqp No 5225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will ntyofNo 36House and lotseven room dwelling bathroom Lot houseWaterof best in town 3000 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I A FACT FOR YOU ALWAYSBeEN I II H f WT I eL neighborhoods rrI SI t r DAILY HERALD AND= ONE LL LJIi4 iiTUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1906 i 1 1 ht Lt t hIlC tttItthttIIttt= l= TrIJIoJ ttthtthrtt tt htttt= 7 t=E 7 iI it f r 1 J1 iI 1f rr t J WE HAVE MOilEDl 1 cr L 1 1 The machinery ilc of otr theBuilding i ilStt Harness Shoe and Saddle Repairing a Specialty Jif j tI ill work guaranteed Prices Low None but the best workman are employed Have your buggy top + tI l3 Repaired before cold weather sets in i k tI THE BLUE GRASS MANUFACTURING COMPANY ll Jr III l oI 1 i It ttttttt Iiil J t1tIIttFtt I IIII II Seasonable tertainmeutjI JSuggestion for Social Functions BROW1JJSociety A Thomas Bailey Aldrich Luncheon Portsmouth Treaty Table for Honored duests Quotations That Suggest Decorations Twelfth Wedding Anniversary Celebral tionChinese Menu Served U a der Mammoth Parasol 4The second of the club luncheons in m erican Poet series could tt be given in honor of Thomas Balle Aldrich who was born on Novemb 11 1836 His birthplace was Port4 mouth N Hs the town which will pass down into history as the scene of the signing of the treaty of peace be tween Russia and Japan A clever Idea for the chief table at the lunch eonwhere the officers and guests oi honor are seatedcould be worked out in decorating in the Russian and Jap anese flags and colors giving a bit of modern historical interest to the affair Mr Aldrichs lyrical lines are easily adapted to the use of menu description and table decoration For the tables carry out much the same idea of decoration as that suggested last week for the William Cullen Bryant luncheon with this exception instead oi the use of the ribbons bearing the table quota tion decorate in the flowers or foliage suggested by the quotation and use the lines on the second page of the folder opposite the menu This can be none very readily if the number to be seated at each table Ie determined early that the writer of the menus may make the necessary divisions of the quotations From the prelude to the Cloth of Gold may be culled the line uA tissue out of autumn caves and if autumn leaves are still to be tarletrimmingHere thistle there a and the conibination roseIattractive If the florist Is unable to produce apple blossoms in November go to the milliner In her stock of trimmings may be found the blossoms very true to life these days and even if arti ficial they can be woven Into a very pretty table decoration For this table 4LEnvoie to Cloth of Gold gives this lineHailing the apple blossom For another combination When the Sultan Goes to Ispahan gives Anemones myrtles and violets which the florists of the cities at least will be able tci supply But most appropriate of all the tables for a fall entertainment Is the line The pine cone ripens and the long moss waves which isti be found in the poem By the Potomac The pine cone and moss forms one of the most beautiful decorations for luncheons or dinners which may be found and it is of double value because so seldom used For the menu one of the mystery liuea from the poem Egypt Tis neither midnight twilight or moo nrise will serve well for clear soup and as the beginning Then in the order of service may follow For an oyster course Dipping the jewels out of the sea frow before the Ra1nFor fish and its accompanimentsSu costliest fish And all that the curious palate could wish When the Sultan Goes to- tJ8hAn same poem furnishes the line for the meat iiourse Of spiced meats +i With this course will come the read to be described by amber grain lShrunk in the winduBefore the t Rain From this last poem likewise omes the suggestion for the glass of w ter Scooping the dew that lay in the flowers lothJof Gold for its description How strange and shadowy i all seems Then comes a se ies of lines from When the Sultan Goes to Isp han to order his feast which will serve the dainty courses For mixed ices or ice square of colored Ice For the cakes wh ich will be a part of this course Sweetened with syrups tinctured with pice And or the bon b ms Creams and cordials and su ared dates Coffee which with the bon bons borrows from Egypt eyes Fantastic colsbusy with my and he luncheon with frUit- uAnd the grapesJreach up tc the sunshine Maud 4 China Wedding The china wed ing annive ary which comes with the twelfth year of married life carries with it but little for decoration since china as a decoration is not particularly dapt able MARKET REPORTS NCincinnati Nov 16 CATTLEExtra 5 15 5 25 CALVES Extra 7 HOGSCohice 6 45 50 SHEEPExtra I w LAMBSExtra d V SO FLOUR Spring pat 43 it 00 WHEAT No 2 red 75Vi 76 4 CORNNo 2 mixed 48 OATSNo 2 mixed I i 51h RYENo 2 choice 17 fD 69 HAY Ch timothy ll 00 BUTTERDaIry rg 161h APPLESNew bbl 2 50 00 POTATOES New 2 00 J 2 25 TOBACCONew 6 10 Jj2 75 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 714 73 CORN No 2 mixed tfp 4t OATSNo 2 mixed 1 3H PORK Prime mess j 25 LARD Stearri 3 30 XEWYORKf FLOUR Win patent 3 J5 fj IJ WHEATNo 2 red 81 CORNNo 2 mixed 54 4 OATSNo 2 mixed 8 30 PORK Prime iness1800 ti ll V5 LARDSteam 9 60 BAITI110KE WHEAT No 2 red 76th CORN No 2 mixed jj 4W OATSNo 2 mixed 38 Qt 38 LOUISVILLE WHEATNo 2 red 5 7- ECORNo 2 mixes 49 OATS No2mixed 36 POR Prime mess SK 50 LARD Steun 00 INDIANAlOLTS CATTLEPrime 516 qp I 35I HQG5 Choice 6 D0 tt 40 A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happin ss to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline W s as lrnicaSalve aptichealerat CT Haydons Drug st- oreChamberlainsf COugh Remedy iiho duldrens Favorite j CURES toughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough 1I1emedylll fame for lt cnrw a l part of the civilized world It jaa always be depended upon It contains o opium or othor harmful and may riven lII onaedently to a baby toan dolt Price 26 eta Large Size 50 era Tl WIVES SETTLE QUARRELBY fiGHT I HUSBANDS SECOND HOTSCRAP OF HOOSIER WOMEN KNOCKOUT BLOW LANDED Mrs Cora McKenna Gets Stiff Wal lop on the Jaw and the Battle l Develops Into a Rough and Tumble Affair Brazil IndMrs Sallie Forrester and Mrs Cora McKenna fought a fight to a finish In this city the other even Ing Mrs McKenna was knocked out and is not yet able to appear In court against the victor The husbands of the two women stood by during the fight and acted as seconds for their wives and also offered suggestions as to the best place to land the knockout blowThe fight was the result of bad blood which had existed between tlie two women for some time They had had frequent quarrels and had appeared in police court on charges of provoke and assault and battery reg ularly for several months The trou ble became so aggravated that the husbands decided to have their wives fight a battle toua finish The wom en eager for each others blood agreed and it was arranged that they should engage In a straight standup knockdown fight according to the Marquis of Queensbury rules The two women dressed for the bout and accompanied by their husbands met on neutral ground In a field near their homes and the fight was pulled off For R few rounds the two women fought according to the regulation prize ring rules but when one put a stiff right to the jaw the recip ient got mad and the battle soon de veloped into a roughandtumble af fair It is not known how many rounds were fought but the fight progressed for sonltrtfme and the husbands did not interfere until the knockout blow was piitover When Mrs Forrester struck the blow that put Mrs McKenna down and out and Thomas McKenna saw his wife tying on the grass he pitched In and gave Mrs Forrester a black eye The parties finally arrived at their homes Mrs McKenna being carried to the house McKenna at once went before Prosecutor Scofield and caused the arrest of Mrs Forrester on the charge of assault and battery on his wife Forrester retaliated by filing Mrs Forrester Put Her 1Out OpponentI charges against McKenna and his wireI for assault and battery on Mrs reater Charges of participating In a prize aguiujtGeorgeKenna and their wives As Mrs Mc Kenna has not yet recovered from the knockout blow the cases havg hran postponed until the parting ao rule to appear In court Dailt Herald AND SUN 200 MORE DOCTORS And Nurses Needed at te Lexington Asylum Says the Grand Jury Lexington KyThe Fayette county grand jury reported to Judge Parker and was discharged The body went fully into the alleged mismanagement of the Eastern Kentucky asylum and recommended several Important JuryIcharge of the asylum were entirely in capable of properly administering the affairs of the institution and recommended that the number be increased The report also said the number of attendants and nurses at the institution should be increased and the pay materially Increased The body recom mended that a training school for nurs es and attendants be established and that the legislature be asked to appropriate sufficient money to build such a was due to the scandal growing out of the recent death of Fred Ketterer a patient at the asylum who It was alleged was brutally murdered by the attendants CHARM OF 250 Could Save the Girl Advised the Professor Who Then Vanished Owensboro Ky Many Owensbora girls are regretting the departure of Prom C Rem who declared he was the most wonderful mind reader in the world One of these is Miss Daisy Halla pretty 18yearold girl On her first visit to the professor he told her she says that some dreadful tragedy was hanging over her but that he could prevent It If given money to he used as a magnet She says she gave him JM50 this In the opinion of Renz was not a sufficient magnet and she obtained 100 more This 5250 Renz placed In a small envelope and the latter In a larger one He then gave her the envelope and told her to wear It In her bosom until she return efl to his rooms the following Wednesday When she returned she found tho professor was gone The envel ope ishe wore contained newspaper clippings HlNDMANS REINSTATEMENT Will be Insisted on by Insurance Com- mlssloner of Kentucky Louisville KyState Commissioner of Insurance Prewitt has not yet completed his decision in the investigation into the dismissal of Col Brls coe Hindman general agent for Kentucky of the Mutual Life Insurance n1oJsisofruling This tentative outline provided for reinstatement of the dis missed general agent upon penalty of revocation of the Kentucky license Tf this ruling of the commissioner should be final the Mutual has indicated that lt will resist revocation of Its license in the state courts BREWERS PROTEST Agalnct County Unit Law of Kentucky Also Condemn Low Dives Lexington KyAsserting that tho Cammack county unit bill passed at the last regular session of the legislature Is unfair legislation the Ken ucky Bruwwrs a ociatlon which convened here has entered a vigorous protest against It The protest Is made on the ground that the law as sumes that beers are as dangerous as the strongest alcoholic liquors yet the brewers assert that they are health foods The law Is the resnlt of fanatical prejudice says tie resolution and local option will uttly fall to reduce intemperance The association also a strong resolution condemning low dives and disorderly saloons Croup thatjshimmediate upe is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack if given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears There is no danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other harmful drug For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass- p r STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST Lexington KyA desperate battle Is reported to have occurred in the mountains of Magoffln county in which one man was killed and several others severely Wounded The dead man is Jack Pinks who was shot through the heart by Nero Howard One of the wounded men is Charles Howard shot by George Wlrman Howard is a brother of Nero Howard and Wirman is Jack Pinks fatherin law Howard was badly wounded in the hip Nero Howard was shot and badly wounded by an unknown man The fight occurred at a voting place on the Upper Licking river in Magoffin county and several fist fights occurred Finally someone drew and fired a pis tol and the battle was on Jack Pinks was killed early in the action A min ute later Charles Howard fell wound ed in the hip by George Wirman Then Nero Howard who had killed Pinks was shot by a man who escaped under cover of the darkness before being rec ognized All the parties escaped into the mountains No arrests have beet made All the men have had trouble before and had been prominently identified with mountain loud troubles The twc families head large factions and more trouble is feared when members of the families meet- TRAPPIST MONK Returns to Gethsemane After Travel ing Through Dark Continent Louisville KyRight Rev Edmond M Obrecht head of the Trappist monks and priests in the States arrived in Louisville from Eu rope and hastened to his monastery at Gethsemane Nelson county Ky Ab bot Obrecht has traveled 15000 miles since he left his monastery last December He was commissioned by his superiors in France to go to South Africa to make an inspection of thf monasteries conducted by the Trap pists among the semi civiltzed tribes in that country The abbot ISa personal friend of the pope and had sev eral audiences with him during his stay In Rome The abbot was re ceived in Louisville by several of the Catholic clergy and vas the guest M Herrmann the local French Con sul RELEASES PASTOR The Rev E B Kuntz Will Take Up Evangelistic Work 0 Bowling Green lAcalled sea theIin this city The object of the meeting was to dissolve the pastoralrelations existing between RevE B Kuntz and Ills former charge Mr Kuntz was pastor of the Eleventh Street Presbyterian church He will devote his time to evangelistic work In the future He will be succeeded at this place by Dr J D Hunter of Franklin Corset Stay Saves Girls Life Llttleloneed ariviag with John R Gibson A crack of a pistol was heard Miss Little fell Into the arms of Mrs Gibson excJaimlngtor am shot Mrs Gibson drove rapidly to the Glyn don hotel where MIss Little with hei mother lives Ai physician found that Miss Little was wounded In the leL side just under the heart The wouhr Is not necessarily fatal Had It not been for a corset stay which turned the course of the halt Miss Little would have been fatally wounded Forest Fires In Kentucky Mayklng Ky Disastrous forest fires are In several eastern Ken tacky mountain counties destroylbg thousandsof dollars worth of valuable young Umber Outhouses palings fences and other articles are going up- In the flames If the drought con tinues the fire will reach many settlements May test Bond Isiift 7 Newport KyleThe question M to 1 the right of the city to issue sewj bonds may be tested in the courts ExAuditor Silva contends that the city has no legal right to issue twentyyear payment bonds unless they date from 1890 when the enabling act waa passed Sale of Coal cv WilHamsburg KYThe Mt Korgui V Co ICp mines land properties have f been sold to W T Underwood ftadf a sociates of Birmingham Ala torIO1e Ithing over 100000 Mr Underwood a says he will Improve the condiUon aid increase the output of coal very mater ally in a short while- Bystander Killed Grayson KyJohn Tackett of Wil lard was lodged In jail here charged With the killing of John Rihehart with a shotgun Tackett was quarreling with another man and claims his gum was accidentally discharged the load hitting John Rlnehart a bystander Lid On AgainILouisville KyThecity administration is determined fo close allsaloons V in this city at 1 oclock in the morsY ing Saloonkeepers were notified by j ttrbeFROM THE CHINESE r 7tWin your lawsuit rand lose roar money f Deceive but dot insult a mandarin il1 v No punishment on the benchno law below It j TQuicklyshould empty your purse then you g will be happy 0Lethousenoldersavold litigation r for to law and there is notl jIcIng Of ten reasons by whichamkI Br trate may decide p jcase nine are unknown to the publiC If but one word of information against a man gets into court nine bullocks cannot drag it out again t The Chinese whose wealth of proverbs is well known have many deklingy with the law Here are some exam pIes V 5 Their mandarins who take the place of the magistrates in this country come in a s areof sly hitting as witness the following PROVERBS AND PHRASES r No legacy so honestYIShakespeare 1IiPatience is the For of joyFrom the Geriran r7 Tbjejy mforters ihead never aches From the Italian j V Contrivance is better than force From the French L Striking manners are bad manners Rev Robert Hall t Clean hands are better than full ones in the sight of hodSYrus i Happy the land hich has nothing t for 1ii tory Fro the French JtwC tPate leads the will ng but drtveetth- 1stubbgrnFrom tine German VaJ it t tW Deaths from Appendicitis Decrease in the Ra ratio ttat the twc 3f Dr Kingr NewL fe Pills iacr Me c They save ufrQIn danger and hr ui can painless re afie from convtiT nation ana the lib growinc Mt itStre th arid vigor alWPw bw tisiir SyiiexDkflkf f be fiha 1 L10 r S tr f v j J rUE I SPRINGFiELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1906 1J c ABoY Ip Fal6 Ud ruther B a 1y in Fall an gather knuts In fragrunt wool than Ea man greed up an tal er B a plrat I curd ikno whar golden rods in blum an whar th blue J has her nest iifrkpo whar fesants cluck an boom an whar th bjackhaws is th best x jve got a pile liv knuts bl jlngs a dryln on oils leanto shed4an in th celur they Is o fcfrum punkindeds to aples red s wild thorns up aboiWa mlle an pig nuts groes in Wallers lot U ought to see th jlnseng pile thet Billy Hicks an i hez got an grapes i fund a lot one day ml ma will make them intew wine an pa will smack his lips an say finelfvean 2 big melons thet I razed Im savin till l umpny cunis an then I guess I WILL B prazed th house is filled with awtum things redfsedtintallfernuthlnwould malt me gladder than th Fall 1uin folks want gold an dimonds ralr aimbutnalmlrdklngfel1 to haul Jn knuts an leavesan everything A Prize Contest One of the Chicago papers Is offer funniestpoemettefort explains why I dont enter the contestThe drollest rhyme I ever wrote Was eaten By my neighbors goat curstToLike the humorist of Oliver Wendell Holmes who dared not write as any as Icah I too am handi 4Rped the vulgar plebeian goat hav 1g devoured my best and most illustrious effort To be unknown how ever isr not 50 awful as the fate that Befell a young man of my creation as follows There was a young man from Podunk Mistook for a kitten a skunk He hung up his clothes Happed a pin on his nose And telephoned home for some punk While I think of if the man in yesterdaylitA funambulist walked on a wire so htgij The tip of her headgear it tickled th ski But praise be ye gods she balanced at noOn To avoid titillating the man in th moon whatt Had her headgear but tickled the of duffers chin J Of course there are others but as the goat has put me to the bad I Idont expect to win any money and without Incentive cannot be expected ito be very ludicrous I Fuss and Feathers Living on love is all right between l meals Going through the tunnel It is a wise woman that know who kisses her The reason many a kissed woman does not cry out for help is because the man doesnt need help In New Jersey a woman got a judg ment of one cent because a man kissed her Why not take 25 cents down into Jersey and corner the market Many a lover catcleshls sweetheart IsIs while he Is napping In after years When a provident young fellow tells a rich girl he loves the very ground she walks on It is time for her to tie a can to him The small boys definition of aloof 1was The opposite of what happen- when sister and her beau are and an umbrella On the sandy shore Is it all right to kiss a girl to whom you are not engaged asks a funny j t ieller in a joke It depends pn the girl Some girls are tall right to kiss and others take all the amorous osculation out ota man when he faces the music and smells young onions When a Japanese lady does not de sire to receive her lover she sends down word by the maid that she is taking her bath Being a gentleman n he never advises her to slip on some- thIng and comp down Remember the fate ofthe American woman that slipped on the top step rlvatesuitehere in the retirement of their own sanctuary safe from the embarrass ment of male eyes they extract r their deposits with nonchalance and safety The growing barAt of carry tug money ih a safer glace than t womans purse is responsible for th new acquisition to Chicago banking circles jy If F J HAPPY HOLLOW Misses Nannie and Claudia Royalty of Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday at the hom of Mr and Mrs John rmstrongIMrs JM Shields and daughter Sarah visited Mrs J S Thomas un lay Mrs J A Coulter and daughter Ef fie and Mrs Eatha Coulter a Hjoni Cecil spent Sunday at the horn of Vlr Bill Scott Mr M C Keeling and family sent Saturday find Sunday with Mr Janes Ruby pea Mrs Sabe Coulter and son C oil and Effie oulter spent last Thur day with MrS amuel Coulter Mr Will Barr was here Sunday Mr John Shewmakers sale was veil attended and everything sold high There Will be preaching at the Hills boro church Sunday morning al 11 oclock Mrs LUla Armstrong spent from Friday till Sunday at the home of Mr John Armstrong Mr Sam Montgomery and wife v sit ed at Tatham Springs Saturday and Sunday Mrs Laura Scruggs and Miss Mj rtle Armstrong were in Mackville Frid v WIlilSBURG Mr McCl land says he will have the batik building at this place comp ted by the first of December if the weather permits W S Gibbssold to W P Merri tan- ice bUnch of steers Mrs Bell Sutherland and Mrs M rtle Keeling spent a few days with rela ives in Anderson county Mr Wilt Nichols and wife spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mrs Mary Hughes att this place- J W Shirley attended the Veiicle Association in Louisville this week Mrs Wm Goodlett spent Thin da with her brother A B Wells w 10 is quite ill at presenti EarlIMerritt mivisitedurday and Sunday SMiss NoraGoodlettsgeni o1ie da last week w e i ere Everett Keeling and wife wee in shoppingThe cl arc will given pie supper at this plat o next Saturday night Eyerybo y is invited to attend BULK OF SAGE RICHES Eneitching Institutions 7New York Novt 12 Reports that teo use many o ca- dons a home for aged teachers a id i a fund to educate young men fo the firsder an purposes She announces through the iress egedhethave wasted their time She wi have none of them Mrs Sagemeans to list ibute and within a short time evidently the bulk of the fortune her husband left t lei but slite says In positive fashion Unit she i give as Ian as possible to in- c1hidl ls avoiding institutions ami to those she knows to be worthy Coughed Up a Twig Fairfield Ill Nov 12Aimallgreedtwlgi swallowed more fttan year ago by Timothy Wiseacre a farmer Hying dear hore was coughed up and as a result he is recovering from what physicians at first prono meed bronchitis Paris Rumor Denied Paris Nov ThThere Is a p rats santrumor in circulation here that King Alfonso qf Spain was rssissln aced upon his arrival in Madr d The Renter Telegram Coof Lon 01 has received a dispatch fiom Madrid say lug the report Is wit out foundation Airship Is Successful Piiris Nov 13Th immense did gible balloon La yillp do Paris con firsweras r one a ore- n d dlstatb aof twelve miles Public Sale Friday November pO f At my place four miles from Sp ing field One mile and a half oft of the Willisburg pike On the above date I will offe for sale the following Two good vork butog id milch cows one cow and calf three yearling calves one Jersey lieif r 22 sheep one or two fat hogs two bu gies two sets of harness one two or wagon mower and self binder ar d funmrig implements household an eyiss and a few cocks and cockrels ofbout 500 bshels of corn Sale to b gin at one oclock TErtMS All sums under 10 cash Over that amount six months ime r r NANNIE LEACHM N For Sale D FAT ER CLOCK Ove IOO Years Old E Ml RUSSELL i rllfll Spriilgfltld Market Bacon Hams 15c Sides 12- 4cBeoswaxr pound Butter 13c jo 20c per pound Ghlokeiis Hens Spring lOa Pried appls 5c per pound poundY per bushel Eggspc per dozen Feathura 44c per pound vinX 220to o G feenjf S750 per pound 40cHidosoreenLard lie per poun 1 Liino to Sloo tier barrel products =Bran 80 BhlpstnffilOO pel 00 pounds- PotayoosCoSmtry 75c Onions Saltr3145 andS18T Vor barrel per pound hTallowlc per pound VlnegQrwta40cporgallon t yVooltBurrv and greasy 1440 clear of rease 2fte tub washed 2SoiCountry SorghumI5c to 50c Geese i5e a poic- eSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under tills head all persons WhO are sub 8crll orH to The bun way Insert free of charge othonr Land for sale or for rent not included but in sorted fit another department of the paper at very lot rates Mrs Sam Hall Mclhtire has for sale Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Mrs L N Reed R F D No 3 rhoIlrn SpringfieldKyhasmoth Bronze Turkeys Toms 3 and hens 2 Mrs J L Martin Route 1J has for sale S C Rhode Island co krels 75 cents each H S Litsey Rout 4 has fgr sale a lot of English Maple shade trees cents in large quantities less mo ley Mrs JR B Cregor Route 3 Leba non Ky has for snle thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock pullets at 50c each Lid Strain and fine layers 2yeuroldGinseni Epilepsy FitsSt Dance Are nerve diseases and unless checked lead to destruction of both mind and body The wreak shattered nerves must have something to strengthen ajid 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 refreshing bodybuilding sleep and rest Persistent use seldom fails to relieve these afflictions I was taken with epileptic fits had styfatherbut he coOld do ver ylittle for me ana I grew worse every day and at lost they had three doctors with me and 1 Btlll got worse My father heard of Dr Miles medicines and bought a bottle of Nervino and a box of Nervo and Liver Pills I had taken only a few doses until I began to feel better I took 12 bottles aid it cured me allseasdenjoyingthelife and health is duo to this wonderful medicine LEVY WILLIAMS R P 2 Boston Ga yourdrugstfirst bottle will benefit If It folio hijwlll refund your money Miles Medical Coy Elkhart Ind k t Commissioners Sale Washington CircuitICourt Kentucky j James L Hondricks plaintiff EquityJames By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October Term 1906 in the above styled cause for the sum of 5192 with interest at the rate ofsix per cent m per annum from the26iday of Nov 1906 until paid I ceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1906 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at aucti n n wingdescribed moneysoWashingtoncountvKy ers of Chaplin river corner to Wm itmeanderserrell thence with said William Ter rells line to the beginning Containing 27 acres more or less Debtand interest 5192 Cost 4750 Amount o be raised 9942 For the pure ase price the purchaser- or purchasers vith approved security- or sureties mu t execute bond bearing legal interest frm date of sale until paidand having the force and effect ot a judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply pIomptly with these terms M G LEACHMAJtf M Co W C C Commissioners Sale Vashingtonfircuit Court Key Geo W Isham gUar ian Plaintiff vs Maud L Yeaste etc Defendants Equity By virtue of ajud merit and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Oct ber term 1906 in the above styled cause distribution of proceeds among parties interested I shall proceed to offer for sale at Court door in iSpringfield Kyo MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1906 at 2 oclock p mJr thereaboutbe ing County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at auction upon- a credit of six months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made countyKythe side of the roa corner to Minnie Hardin thence east own the road to the head of a drain thence down the hollow to Haydons nine thence across the hill North corner i o Henson Hardin over in the hollow to a stone near the county road corner toi W T Scott and- S G Hardesty then a sttaight line back to the beginning Containing 18 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky NancyWilsonEquity By virtue of a judgment and order of Cournt 1906 in the above styled cause I shall Courdt MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1906 lat 2oclock p m or thereaboutbe ing Countyt dayto the highest and a public auction upo n followingdcscribe1 Vashington followsdn C M Whitehohse and then with his line theSouth n Smock then with his line South Richard Wilkersons line thence toI his line to Long Lick Creek with said creek as it meanders to I beginning containing 70 acres more or less 6 51880Estimated 0 Total 2330 For the purchase price thepurchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinlegalpaid and having the force and effect o a judgment A lien will be retained on land for which fcjorid is executed Bid promptly11 GLEACHMAN M C W C C DUROC JERSEYS The quick money hog A lot of Choice Pigs for saje J E SHELBY Route 1 Springfield Ky The Sun 1 7N ri 4H+ J iFOR SALEjias Wi 0r q + i FINE FARM i As I have bought afarm in Jessamine county Ky I wilt offer for sale on i THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22 1 my farm known as the Miles McKeefarm + about 350 acres two miles from Bloomfiel and threetit miles from Chaplin Nelson county Ky This is one of tit the best farms in Kentucky in high state of cultivation i tcome Y1 TRACT No1 Containing about 200 acres on west side of 1 large 10 room brick house 1 good tenant hou eand allitstpike 1 stock barn 50x120 feet new tobacco barn holds W acres of tobacco I TRACT No2 On east side of pike containing about 150 acres new 4 room cottage tobacco barn holds 10 acres of tobac +co This will be offered in two separate tracts and then as a whole and sell the way it brings the most money There is 115 acres of wheat sowed on place If you want a farm Be sure and see this one before it is sold PERSONAL PROPERTyiI will also offer all my personal property Ten Horses fifteen Mules from2to 4 years old Cattle about W 100 stock hogs some sows and pigs about 4000 bushels ot corn and a lot of other feed Farming Implements of all kinds House hold and Kitchen Furniture f n it TERMS OP SALE +On personalproperty 10 and over credit of 6 moAths time under that amount cash The land will be sold for onethird cash beteterms farm to be Sold Promptly at 10 OClock A M For further information write or phone + P S NEALJ Lee Bridwell Auctioneer 1F D No2 Bloomfield Ky yr + t t Lakes Overflowers h t pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre barnholdswater both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7 miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 pep acre No sOFifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this milshouseatacre tobacco tbarn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules landIperacreNo 4226 acres 4 room dwelling small stable 2 well sjhd pool well fenced some timber2 miles from pike goodiesa e 780 No 44Nice home in Springfield lot 70x350 ieeE si able coal house good garden of in yard water in louse an3 yard all sewer connections Will sell cheap No45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springffel13r good small dwelling small tenant house good barri 36x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 2250 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acresof f finetimber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre barnplentyNor 49A farm containing 254 acres eight mils from Spring posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre IJo5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pikeB room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust xwomilesDNo 53A good investment in city property on Mainf street antfSpringfield Ky 1 I Panama canal commission issues circular informing bidders of immense plan Tons of bullion at Hammond Ind attracted thieves and many attempts were made to rob refinery War against Sfandard Oil Coi is being carried before interstate commerce commission by independent roads Jim Wilkins negro will be hanged in the courthouse square in Lawton Okla so everybody cansee it Gov Magoori will endeavor to stop dueling in Cuba Mrs Bessie Hamilton bride of Ham ilton alleged forger deserts her Kan a sas home to visit him in St Louis Chamberlains Pain Barfmr There is ijo danger from bloo3 poison resulting from a cut or wound of any kind when Chamberlains Pain Balm is used It is an antiseptic dressing vr4 should be in every household For sale by every reliabfe dealer in the Blue Grass Daily Herald i ANN SUMt ItJtj