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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r o tJ mbtprin11ith UU n J t Ii DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY H 1 t VOLUME IIISSPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1906 NIMUI Iff MATTERSDISCUSSED In An Entertaining Way By Our Long Run Correspond ent K A tribute To the Memory of P ipG WPeterson = Death 7 of Archie Gray 9 rcommunitywas pained to hear of the death of Mr P Cl W Peterson For nearly forty years he had peen doing business in Texas Ky and had gained the confidence i all Your correspondent away hack in the seven ties then a barefoot boy used to gp to his store trading and after the mail postmasIter as well The mail then came only every Saturday evening Well do we remember holy kind arid obliging he was and how we were drawn toward him And just another one of those that we met and honored in those days is gone They are slipping away those dear did familiar faces that we were then so accustomed to see are nearly all gone just a few remain A young er generation has taken their places and Texas is a new village Whether the new is better than the old we leave the reader to judge for if we should compare the present with the past the present would probably suffer But whether old or young w6 should in the SaYJuF pdonnl te Mr Archie Gray pf West Boyle diedsuddenly at his home on the morning of the 12th from hemorrhage of the lungs He was a Christian gentleman beloved by all The funeral was preached at Drs Fork church by the pastor Rev BeF Adkins and his remain were laid away in the old church yard He leaves a wife and two children father mother sisters and brothers and a host of friends to mourn their loss The pastor assisted by Rev E W Summers recently closed a gracious meeting of nearly two weeks with the Beech Grove Baptist church Bro Summers who did the preaching gave his hearers good strong sermons which Were beneficial and uplifting He em phasized the importance of studying Gods word and each day had his hear ers to bring scriptural quotations bear ing upon a certain subject which were very interesting and helped to create a desire to know about the Book of Books Eleven were baptized into the fellowship of the church one by letter and two to come under the watch of the church Bro Summers goes to Gard nersville Ky to assist Rev A L Crawley in a meeting We recently heard from our old friend and neighbor Mr Law son who moved to Tex about a yea ago He has rented Quae in Rock well and is now k house H seems to be happy contented i his new home but htKstill loves t think and talk of his old home and friends back in the Deep Creek hills Kentucky is the best loved mother i the world by her children His membership is still with the Beech Grov- church where it has been for sixtyon years A peculiar sensation steals over every child of nature as the sweet scented breeze of a fine November morning is wafted to him The rustic of the golden leaves and the half nude forest and fields the wild vine loaded with tempting clusters of grapes and the rich nuts he gathers in his rambles the silver stream as well as the timid hare and plump quail all have a charm and language that none but a lover of nature read and understand It is at this season that his daily routine of business becomes dull arid monoto nous and he becomes dissatisfied with himself and wants ito get his gun an go out and commune with the birds trees and fields and satisfy the nature of primative man Ii It has been many years since weaa w c as many quail in the fields as now A s r Bock of fifteen is no unusual sight We attribute their increase to the mildness of las1 winter and the protect ijn the gives our little friend There seems to be the usual number of rabbits Our boy killed seven the oth ir dixy in an hour orso I wonder if editors ever go ahunting Preachers presidents bankers men and sometime women of Other professions of ten with gun in hand travefsej forest and field in pursuit of game happiness I cannot say that I ever heard of an editor so d ingEdltors seldom have money enough to buy powder Thats the cause of their lack of inter est in the sport Some times they go out with a pocketful of rocks and throw at birdsEd While our minds are on birds I wish to say a few wards about the passenger or wild pigeon They have not been seen in any great numbers south of the great lakes in thirtythree years The older readers can remember when the forests of Kentucky were full ot them at this season Another tells of great flocks and how under an Octo ber sun the leaves seemed so brilliant as the beautiful birds moved about in searchof mast and the noise they made when rising to fly seemed like distant thunder Your correspondent remembers to have seen a small flock back early in the seventies but they are gone When and where they went is one of the ornithological puzzles As late as 1881 they had an extensive nesting place in Canada but shortly afterwards disappeared as suddenly as a tender plant before an October frost and so completely that a standing offer for a pair is stunclaimed Mr John C Martin who broke up housekeeping and went to Princeton Ind came hone on the 11 irist Mr Martin is a true Kentuckian and like the Swiss loves his Native Land Qur good friend MrjSeojC Martinis clerking for Mr Charlie Coyle If you want good weight and measure go to him for he is an old time Metho dist and will dp you right Rev C Jasper Erwin closed a meet ing at Texas Ky He started for his home in Kelseyville Cal on the 14th after an absence of more than two years A LUNATICS j fLYCATCHER FROM THE SATURDAY EVENING POST Dr John H Girdner the alienist of New York was visiting an insane asy Inm He met a man in the hall Who are youasked Girdner Me said the man Why Im here but I aint crazy Not on your life All the rest of them are crazy but not me Im an inventor I have got an invention that will make me so rich that John D Rockefeller will look like a poor man beside me What is it asked Girdner A patent flycatcher Greatest thing in the world Here Ill show you how it works The map took a sheet of paper and drew a birdcage That he said His a parrots cagejust a common cage but you observe that on this side knobrand that there is another door on the ironeknob INow you seep you take this parrots cage and put itfon a pedestal fourteen feet high the pedestal standing on a onnthis up to one and toee other door This is hqw it works The unsus pecting fly comes along and climbs up the ladder on this side It opens the door bYmeans of the iron l Qpb walks through the cage and opens the door on the other side Then it Starts down the other ladder Thats where we catch him the inventor continued excitedly Thats wherethe invention is Thats where I shall get my money You see the fourth rung is missing in this ladder but the fly doesnt know it and he falls on the marble slab and breaks his neck Died in Chicagoi iMr Ben Browne who went from this county to Chicago died in that city last week of typhoid fever His remains were brought to Booker station last week interrment occurring at New Hope Deceased was well connected lie Wl about tw tyone coca oldT t L1 SCHOOL NEWS WHATS DOING IN GRADED SCHOOL CIRGLESPREPARATIONS BE ING MADE FOR THE DEBATE DURING CHRISTMAS WEEK Good morning Professor did you hear the lecture last night1 The following officers were elected at the last meeting of the society for the ensuing month Miss Ida McClure presil11dentWalter Clemens isergentatarmsi It seems that some of the have become interested in the stlJdyof psychological phenomena They have made a practical l application of Car lyles philosophy of old clothes and 1thatnoses flattened against the windowpanes can be seen each morning watching the avenue leading to the 11thealls well with us today Talk laughs and be merry for tomorrow she ma- ychangeher dress Or if another teacher appears in a certain coat with august taHsL D begins to look for his Latin grumbling out Same old suit and the same old tie tingThe Society has chosen the following members to participate in the open debate to be given at the opera Houset just before the Christmas holidays be gin Leo Simmsyleadeiv assistecfbj Wm Waters and Ollie Barber Lyman Barber leader assisted by Knight Handy and Walter Clements The sub ject will be Imperialism defended by Leo and his assistants and opposed by Dick and his assistants Th e club will furnish the music for the occasion and vocal solos and quartets will proba bly be adtfed to the program The win hers will give abanquet to the losers at the Hotel during the holidays We must be mja class by ourselves judging from the result of pur chal lenge to neighboring High Schools and Colleges for joint debates Not one of them is wilting to risk the chance of Idsing Miss Jennie Craycroft teacher of music reports that the vocal class is making rapid progress and that the teachers who have been preparing themselves to be able to teach vocal music in their grades are about ready to begin their work so that music will soon be added to the course in all the lower grades We are glad that this side of child nature is no longer to be neglected and we confidently predict that this willsoon became the most popular and profitable part of each days progi am After dispensing with the regular order of business the society at its last meeting indulged in composition work The subject was My Favorite Book arid Why The choices ranged from Les Misera bles to Mother Goose Rhymes and some of the reasons given for thechoice were unique One young lady preferred the works of the Duchess because the heroes were so handsome and the love scenes so intense 0ne young gentleman 11Detectperplexed1him was the reason Shag gave for liking Sandy After casually remarking that it had no affinity with the occult and did not dally with the psychalogical arid made no attempt to answer the Eternal question of the Sphinx nor to tell what the wild waves are saying he went on to remark that it was slid pie picturesque and withal cute that it appealed to him in many yoices but that he liked it above all lor the way in which Sandy talks to the girls And then he paused impressively and looked longingly in the direc tion of a certain young lady The teacher properly told him that these exercises were not intended to be ediumadvertising for bashful swains but Shag did not seem sorry that yt he had said it and everybody ib wondering who she is 1VRumors are current to the effect that a Munchausen club has been formeC or rather has formed Itself according the lotus of affinity It is said to duringito ferret out all its details but the following facts about it seem reasonably reliable Its object is to promote the development of the imagination Its referee is Old Man Coyle Itsa president by the unanimous vote of its members is L D although it is hinted that Minton may contest the election when he returns It is also reported that it curtly dismissed the application of Leo and Dawson for membership with the brief explanation that this club is for jamateurs no professionals wanted It is said that as as L D gets with his inaugural remarks 1What I have and done it has just been run ning two weeks and three days will be ready to listen to anything its members have to say If we can I smuggle in a spy we may be able later to relate some of its star features in We have heard also that a grum club is to be organized provided good reason for barring Ollie can be found We promise faithfully to find out all we can of these two organizations and report veraciously to our readers 4 ftWERMITBECKHAM May Call Legislature Together In Jan naryj Evening Post That the Legislature of Kentucky will be assembled inextraordinary session riot later than January fs 1907 was postivelv predicted this morning by one of the closest friends and political in advisers of Gov Beckham who is passing through Louisville today Relative to this matter the gentleman in question who was one of Gov Beckhams principal managers in the late campaign said To those people who do not believe that there will be an extra session I want to quote theI words of Gov Beckham repeated atn forty different places during the late canvass for Senator i Whether I am nominated or defeated in the canvass for Senator I will for a year after the State primary- be Governor of Kentucky Whether elected or defeated I propose to devote that year of public service to an effort to enforce the unday laws particularly in the city of Louisville This is what the Governor said during the canvass arid I knowj that he meant what he said and that he appreciates the pledge he has made Thet Governor knows as every other sensible man knows that the lid isoff in Louisville and that liquor is sold bold ly all day Sunday The Governor felt very Kueiny the charges of iji sincerityc brought against him during the cam paign b at he thought that if he should the legislature together during the canvass his action would be construed as a cheap political play He therefore determined to run the race on what he had done with the determina tion to take some steps after the prij mary whether he was nominated o defeated The Governor stands pledged- to an enforcement of the laws and he will redeem his pledge I do not mean that I have the authority of the Governor to announce for him what he will do but I know what his friends in Frankfort think and I know also what those closest to him unanimQusly believe he will do II What will the Governor ask the Legislature to dp was asked by the Evening Post Reporter lThat is a difficult thing to answer and I am sure that it is being given the moat serious cot by ihe r 0r Governor One plan is to pass asset creating cuity costalua y for Jeterson county controlled by four mer two Democrats and two Republicans The passage of this act will do away with the Lquisville Board of Safety and with the metropolitan police force The Leg slatnre can create a county constabulary it cannot change a uietn politan police force I will say in this connection that the Governor will not in any event ask the Legislature td create a partisan police board He wants the Sunday law enforced and he ants the police taken permanently out of politics if such a bill should be recommended and should pass the Governor will appoint four of the foremost citizens of Louisville commissioners and he will appeal to both Democrats and Republicans to enable him to pass this act Another plan suggested is the creation of different kind of license board which can conceit ie licenses of saloons which violate the Sunday law hotels which violate the law will punished just as would any corner grpggery The details will be worked out however Before the call is is suedcGoing further the gentleman made the following statementiI have an sion is called an effort will be made toI change in some degree the Sunday lawS and allow the bar rooms to keep ppen after 1 oclock on Sunday for certain hours This win receive serious consideration What the Governor chiefly wants is a real enforcement of the lawr think the Governor would rather seeIt the saloons rigidly regulated seven days the week than closed one day in the week and licensed to do anything they want on the other six days The important question however is the passing of some act making certain the enforcement of the law You will doubtless hear many conI tradictory reports in the next weeks but that the Legislature will be Dolled together have not the slightest doubt and this is the opinion oflaUclose to the Governor I am not authorized by the Governor to make any statement for him he will make his own statement at the proper time That an extra session is coming how I risk my reputation as a pro het Has Enough of It San Antonio Tex Nov 18Will iam R Hearst recently Democratic candidate for Governor of New York waS here at noon today for a few minutes on his way to Montmerey where he has mining interests He was accompanied by the members of his family In discussing what his future course would be in reference to politics New York he said + I will never again be a candidate Ijc shall continue to reside in New York and advocate arid support the principles- of reform which I have always stood for but these principles are now suffi ciently understood by the general pub for it to be no longer necessary for to be a candidate You probably know it is by no means pleasant to be a candidate I am glad in the future it is to be my privilege to stand for the principles of government I have always advocated without being a candidate for office and on that account attacked with much bitterness Death of Frank Brooks Frank Brooks the colored sexton of Presbyterian church died lastI Thursday morning at his home o consumption He had been the sexton of the Presbyterian church for nearly twenty years and the members of that congregation were very much devoted- to him He was at honorable member- of his race and had many warm friends the white Funeral ser presbyterIian being a member of that church Opera House Newman the great wizzard of mental telepathy and handcuff king will appear at the Opera House November 22 supported by Madam Boone Yaki and companytMr Newman proves beyond quibblei lao o7wj hI that little known where but few have had the courage to read and which is becoming more every day There will be a free street display ati about 1 oclock ThurMaY OiM to give the people a tMMf to great art ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE v 1 Of Shot Gun Came NeafRe jt ing In The Serious Wo tnfinf ofMrs T Scott MaHcL A shot gun which was be2 g handled by Sam Colvin in Campbell grocery store last evening was acci iently cBi charged and the fact thatjic one was killed or hurl is a miracle Hip entire load of shot assed out the i root door grazing the races of Frank dopre and Will Russell who were standii ig in frost c of the store Mrs T Sco t Mayes who was standing in the do r lof theThardware store of Haydon Barber narrowly escaped death or erjous in jury the entire contents of the gua striking in the door facing a ew inches from where she was standing Infact few of the shot struck her but the eavy furs which she wWetriDserved as a shield and she r eivedtto injury The shot struck the dcironL with Mrs Maves Keat and heal r been six inches further to tie right have been killed or sriou lyawoundedThe reless handling of runs and firearms of all kinds is respo stile for deaths and too muc care can be taken to prevent the acciden discharge Death of Miss Thom tMissrMaggie Thompson om of Mackemvilles most loved and honor omen 1 died at the home of her mother at that e Friday night at 1030 ojcjock of typhoid pneumonia She haq en ill for several weeks of ty fever Miss Thompson was aged t t7 tiirec and had spent her life at Mackyille in which neighborhood she had hundreds of loyal friends and admirers Her na tare was a sunnyoneshe was kind and generous and charitable toward all and won the undying esteem ofl all witk whom she came in contact The deceased was a devout member of the Presbyterian Church sand was ever ready to contributeto the upbuild ing of her Masters cause Funeral serviceswere conducted at tMackville Sunday morning at 10 oclock brRev Overstreet and burial a Pleasant Grove Besides three brothers and three sla tense the departed one leaves a mother Mis Fannie Thompson whose devc betutif11ITo 4 friends extend condolence 1 Teachers Examination An examination of applicants for ap pointment to the Normal Department of the State College at Lexington will beheld at the County dents office on Saturday Dec 1st bE1 ginning at 9 oclock F The examination will include arith metic grammer history and geography r There arejfour vacancies to bd filled all of which are tenable for one year- The Normal Department oj the State College is well equipped tor goo work Some of the leading educators of the State are connected with this department which insures the best jof in struction and training Teachers and those contemplating teaching who are desirous of high rank in the public schools should seek these appointments J W BUSH Supt Common Schools Letter List 7 List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending Nov 21 1906 Y lexIder James Mace George McElro Miss Either 0 Daniel Mrs TulerrRud7 Rev G D Ro insotJohn D jTpbjiiy iLeonaWhen calling for the above please say advertised and give date t W A WATERS Postrojastir Croup f A reliable medicine and uri tfcft always be kept ntlM topi aimmediate use is Chamberlain Remedy It will prevent the atta given as soon as the cfcikf frf hoarse or even after tM ejyuffr i li appears There IDtkattgc fat to children for it cootaiBan tor other harmful druf fit b7 every reliable dealer in the Blue Gnu i y w t t 2I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1906 1ISI1SIId1II44 I Some Characteristic Sayings of Sam Jones i aoAwoman is naturally a very sharp trader and very few women have any conscience when it comes to a trade Xpu sell an old pair of trousers for more than your husband gave forthem new and then brag about it You will hire a women to cook for you at 4 a month then brag about how cheap you got her You will go to a store and give 4 a yard for a piece of goods and the more it costs the more you like it and then you will come over tol sis ter Brown a poor good woman in your- churchr and give her half a dollar for making it And if the devil doesnt jet youit is because he aint got any thin Pinst sister Brown The mean est woman in the world is one who will give 4 yard for her dress and then go over to that poor old woman who is a member of her church and bring- her down to the last nickel she can get her to make it for I would rather rive 2 a yardtpr that dress and give sister Brown 20 for making it than give 4 a yard for the dress and give sister Brown455 for making it and wbt buttons are left over Let us guiiat that Love is a great leveler It knocks down all obstacles I was preaching in a town in Georgia once and was ds cussing brotherly love and whet I got to the point where brotherly love makes you love all alike they told me this When sister A gets sick howl 4god they are all to her She the finest house in the city and has the best cook and servents and when she is sick all the people are sending her good things to eat They bring it into her room and the sick woman says Take it out into the dining room They take it in and set it down on the table and the servants eat it up She Hardly ever sees the food See how how the ladies go to see her By and by the doctor says that she must cutoff all company Then they muffle the door Ibell and the servants go in the back way every hour asking how Mrs A is And I said Thank God I think l nave been in one community that is good to the sick But out in the suburbs on the hillsida is poorsister Snipe meyer heard the doctor say that she must not have any more company I never heard of any servants going down to find out how Mrs Snipe was No one went there bearing her good things to eat And when I got through the sermon a poor old soul came and took me by the hand and said You just told then the truth that is what they do Arid I asked What is your name and she said My name is Snipe And sure enough her name was Snipe and she lived on the hillside and they had been treating her that way Let me say to you if you cannot help but one family in town let that be the family whcih needs the help I tell you what tickles me to see an old sinner come in and pull out an old lame dwarf member of the church and lay him down and measure by him Look here boys I am as long and broad and good as this member of the church I would die if I was a decent man Jo lay myself down by the side of such a man Why dont you go and pick out one of these grand old Christians You would look like a ratterrier lying by the side of an ele phaht You quit measuring by these dwarfs T have heard it said that abig nose was a good thing it was a sign of intellectuality that a big mouth is a sign of characterosgroat character- S big a go a sign of courage big ears are a sign of generosity I expect some of you pastors ought to get some ear fertiliser There are more little possumeared church members over this county than you can count I want to tell you breth ren that it takes more money to run- one old rednosed drunkard than it does to run any member of the church The gospel is a line of wagon shops ron the way to heaven I rolled my old brokendown humanity under the wagon shop of the cross and in a few minutes I was fijced up from tongue to coupling pole And I rolled out but didnt get a mile beforedown went a wheel I looked up the road side and saw a shop and the wagon maker said Bring your wagon here Ill fix it up I didnt go two miles before smash went the axle Then I broke the tongue and from the breaking and mending I dont think that by this time I have a linchpin left of the wagon I started with iiThere are plenty of people that want to g6 to Heaven on their own beduje They want to drinka little tie a little and gamble occasionally w w wwww W5WWWW Everybody in this country had an old aching tooth and the first dentist that wont hurt them they are going tp have pul it out I haye been hunting a painless dentist for a long time but they dont live in this country They might fill you with laughing gas and pull your head off A great many people object to pointed preaching because it pains them they saveThis suggests the story of the old lady who daughters tooth ahed She sent for a dentist He came and pulledout a pair of oldfashioned forceps The pain Iffthe biggest thing in this business WE THANKS Saysjioy Beckham For Unprece I dented Prosperity Frankfort KyGov J C W Beck ham br Kentucky issued his Thanks giving proclamation It follows That the people of Kentucky may properly observe our countrys most hallowed custom I hereby appoint in accordance with the action of the pres- Ident of the United States Thursday November 29 as a day of thanksgiving and prayer throughout the commonwealth On that day all business should be suspended the eager pursuit for1 wealth shduld cease the restless struggle for profit and gain should give place to quiet and peace while a grateful people in their usual places of worship shall give thanks to a gen erous and merciful God who has so richly blessed us Our people have prospered beyond jail precedent our nation In a little Over a century has spring into a position of power and might beyond the boldest dreams of Its founder and respect of the entire world In material wealth we are with out an equal Nature has lavished upon us her choicest bounties The sunshine of peace and contentment happyclandthings a due recognition should be given to the divine source from which they come In place of boasting of our greatness let us humbly praise and thank Him to whom we owe all The strength and welfare of our republic the endurance of its splendid institutions and the progress of our Christian civilization mu t depend upon the purpose of this day and rec ognize our obligations to the providence of Goptlnccelebrating this ocasion us that no serv- Ices of 3ong and no words of eloquent praise are so expressive of gratitude to the Almighty as are deels of charity and klndhess to the poor and helpless among us Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills increases They save you from danger and bring quick and pamless release from consti pation and the ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their HaydonDruggist Broke Him I thought Smith was comfortably well off When he married tIt So IiI was But hes broke now Yes you see he married a cooking school graduate Houston P- ostNervoUs WornOutIf you are in this condition your nerve force is weakthe power is giving out the or gans of your body have slowed up and do their work imperfectly This failure to do thejwork required clogs the system and brings distress and disease When the nerves arewe k the heart is unable to force the lifegiving blood through your veins the stomach fails to digest food the kidneys lack power to filter impurities from the blood and the poisonous waste remains in the to breed disease Nerve energy must be restored Dr S Nervine will do iti because it strengthens the nerves it is a nerve medicine and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous system Several years ago I was all broken down I was nervous wornout could not sleep and was In constant pain I doctored for months and finally the doctor said he could do nothing for MilessNervinebottles and I became strong and healthy and now weigh 170 pounds H C CUNNINGHAM 108 Ellsworth Ave Allegheny Pat Dr Miles Nervln Is Mid by thetlrltWill rfun4 yeur m iwy Miles Medical Co jUcbart Ind I the Way The teller always ad vises that she will mar 1Byry rich If paved with gold do they permit the plumbers to tear up the streets when the water pipe bursts Sometimes the newly rich are con nected with the real society people by no more tangible association than the telephone An automobile paper says automo bMIng is good for removing freckles I suppose the fool proofreader should have made that read sheckles The Kansas man v1 is going to spend the rest of his life keeping his friends out of politics should be recog nized as the true philanthropist of the age No sooner is the peach crop assured than the newspapers advise us that the sugar co crops in Cuba have been ruined by the troops Is there no balm in Gilead Some men patronize the Turkish bath others get cleaned up in a poker game What the future holds for a man is not half as interesting to the man as what the present is willing to let go of as he trudges along s When a man marries hE keeps ihi3 wife in clothes chewing gum and the ater tickets On the other hand she keeps him in hot water most of the time A man may be much in love with a wife but he is iever too much Ilosti in his admiration to appreciate and compliment her for goldenbrown light biscuits Too many young mejn the coddled sons of rich men who have no aim in life are busily engaged In blowing down the gun barrel o see if it is loaded and in most cases it Is The fact that 200000000 was lost last year in getrichquick schemes again reminds of that rpt saying ad vanced by one P T Barnum circus man A sucker Is born every minute When he came home from work she told him she loved him What Is the price of the bonnet dear he asked and then because he had guessed the answer she got mad andcalled him a wretch With the advance payment of the winters coal jKill the provident man begins to serf a cloud not larger than a mans hand rising on the financial sky Closer Investigation will prove it to bo a new Easter hat for wile It has now been figured out that Inj 200000 years nearly the whole northern hemisphere will be covered with ice which will fill all the valleys and overtop all the mountains says an exchange Happy day We can then give the Iceman the merry hat ha- A Wisconsin woman has secured a divorce on the grounds of desertion and incompatibility It he had de serted how could he be Incompatible and if he were Incompatible how could he be absent A slight discrepancy of this character however is a mere bag of shells in a divorce suit What regrettable and unapprecia tive thing Is the son of a good mother gone wrong How the dear soul has worked and prayed and toiled for him from babyhood She took his cares upon her feeble shoulders and felt the wounds he felt All that can de grade and sully she averted from him so far as was in her power Day by day night by night she planned for him and always were her supplications for his uprightneiss And then blood of her blood co tamlnated by ome unknown strain he falls De feplte her efforts he has been weighed and found wanting Again and again has woman been forced to face the SrealizatIoncould only know If the boy could only know1I y Dr WF Trusty Prac- ticalPentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over 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in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky BuildingWill Washington and adjoining counties and inthe Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtycWillable Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry St re ContractsAllbeen in the business for thirtvnvo years THOS J Graves oooooooooooooooooooooooooo i MISS UZZIE MONTGOMERY IIoooooooooooocooooooocooooo JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome itue qf Caskets awl lrillICIoI Telephone Day 19 Night 7tJ r 1 Investigation I shows that many good watches are spoiled by tampering No supposeI not ac quaintedwith mechanism WhoOare watches delicate 1 and can repair as they should be yours if jt doesntgo just right I JAS Ja GRAVIS IrC fJ J6rEJ f CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO INCORPORATBD 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 of this great section of the country We soiicityour patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL President M Oenl Manager L and N Railroad Time Table Incoming Trains ArriveS at Springfield 825 p m 124D pom 7O5p m Arrives at Bardstown 735U 1100 a m 606 Arrives at BardstownJunctn 650IC 906u 522ULeaves Louisville600 II 7i30 430II Daily Suny only Daily Outgoing Trains No No No t mLeavesII II iArrivTHE SUN AND Both pa pars yr Bryans Commoner1We-ekly 5 CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Dejnocrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 17 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomlst 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 22 Couhtry Gentleman 2O Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 j 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv South 150 CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 Same including Sunday 8 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 dailyCourierJournal days in the week six months 2 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 8Q The dailyHeraldThe EveningPost giloooobooooooTHE 0 National Bank S OF 5 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Q Q VW CAPITAL 50000 UndidedtOFFICERS Q B L Litsoy President S John W Lewis VicePresident 0 I A 0 McElroy Cashier S L B Cain Asst Cashier 0 R E Foster Bookkeeper S DIRECTORS B L Lltsey J W Lewia I W B ScottMayesH I IJDO 0 ollnaWe every favor consistent ft S with safe banking If you have not already an account with this I bank we invite your patronage 43 S SIQISSQS S SIS SQSIISQ LELAND HUME 8 oT Aest Oenl Mr Suny only No 91 Daily No 43 11IDaily O41 42 90 44 40 20 30 oOoooao nonna 0ni S Chaplip Water 1 Power Roller Mi1IsS SS2 MAKES THE S 51i BEST FLOUR 0 THE IEST MEAL Qo0 Q S Q In Springfield and many 2 other sections of Washington 2 county our brands are sold 2 Buy them and get THE BEST 1 D B SUTHERLAND S o KYQ n oOQQQi OS0s1SQ- 55QYOUNE EDIT SALVE CURIES Yoaneedit Salve manufactured by Br J W Thomas Hodgenvjlle Ky is one of the ye w salves which absolutely cures piles Its an evidence of its woe derful curativmproperties Dr Thomas now on fiWm 1426 testi monials cqmjjigr from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having beea on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come aa a result of the sale of 2646 boxesj For Sale By AH Drutiist 4 DR J W THOMAS Hodf enville Ky The Daily Herald AN- DThe Sun ONE YEAS 200 t i J t IyiI j I I 11 4 i i 1 CHRISTMAS TURKEYS IWant OOOOyt iDeliver Them Next Thursday and Friday 1 t i tt4I L jT M H JONES rrtr i I i cC tr ff1i Pt 1 I I f f j fBY THE WAY I HAVE RECEIVED SOME COAL Uftj APPEALS TO GROWERS To Stand By Each Other In OrganizingDistrict Smithfield Ky Nov 706 Gentlemen I am writing this letter to you at an important time and on on Ialldoing the right thing at the right time Wehave all planted corn a week too early or a week too late1 We have all seen tobacco cut too green or left until it became too ripe We have all seen a big load stuck in the mud and stay until a few men put their shoulders t the wheel and by doing the right thing at the right time helped the horse s move the load to solid ground Now am sure you will understand me whe I say that RIGHT NOW is the RIG H TIME to organize the Burley Growers and do it quidkly We can do it if v do the right thing and ih this case th right thing is to tell the farmers and tennants what we are doing and why If we all put our shoulders to the wheel of organization during the next thirt days our whirlwind campaign will be a success That is its close will see the Burley Growers organized and ready for business Now the organizers are going to do their part What are you Growers going to do The success or failure of the Growers organization is in your hands- Organizers will canvas every county in the Burley District within the flex thirty days Now let every one both land owner and tenant take a half day off and hear whit the organizer has to say I do not believe I am asking too much just lone half of a day Then put your shoulder to the wheel and get info the organization one pull all pull the result 15c per pound for Burley Tobacco Did you ever stop to think that Mr Dukes Company could not buy your tobacco unless you offered it for sale That being the case and the fact that he has to have your tobacco in order t keep His plants running so that he may be able to declare a little dividend of 20000000 or so is proof enough that hewill pay equitable prices fOr t t fiA y ITheOrganizer for the American Society of Equity will make a speech at Spring field November 26 The Board of Control has elected Mr C M Hanna of Shelby county as manager with full authority to act for the Burley District We all have the utmost confidence in Mr Hannas doing the right thing at the right time and I want to ask every one by that I mean land owner and tenant to go to Springfield on November 26 and say by his presence that we be lieve in organization and we are here to lend C Mt Hanna and the Bard atIYours truly H E SwAn No Printers Ih Penitentiary Until a short time ago an ably con paoper was o f the Ohio penitentiary It had anas appearIances was to an withoutTi noet wheo P n tYP1 the pen served his time and secured employment in Cincinnati where they made him superintendent Yand there was hone to take his job in Columbus Nor Chas there been since 1m although there is plenty of other talent to be had For instance there aredi enough bankers theremore than twen and several on the way to start- clearinghouseand a enough lawyers to take cure of business the fren zied financiers can bring them to sa nothing of doctors brokers andother itizensgone BulletintWounds Bruises and Burns toiwoundsabout onethird this time required b greatestdiscovt gery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same It is an antseptic and whenapphed to such injuries causes them to heal ve y quickly I also allays the pain a soreness and Oning1I Ience i L rr 41 t I r J t t im s H BILL TIORNE theIec ric Cincinnati 0Nov 16 In order to save from the electric chair thegrand son of the old colored mammy who nursed him and who was a slave in his family years ago LieutenantGovernor William Thorne of Kentucky journeyed to this city Wednesday from his home in Eminence Ky He secured the services of a prominent criminal lawyer to defend the prisoner and also appeared in court in his behalf His efforts were successful and though charged with firstdegree wife murder the accused was allowed to plead guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to the State Reformatory at Mansfield The young man is Andrew Watts aged nineteen years who killed his Anna is a George street resort August24 last Watts had been mar ried but a short time when his wife tiredof the Kentucky home and came to this city where she entered are soi t Watts found her in the George street place and killed her He made hit escape but was captured later and indicted by the grand jury for first degree murcler Watts had no friends here and wrote C6I Thorne LieutenantGovernor Kentucky in wlittse family his grand ther had been a slave His appeal w is not in Vain and Col Thorne imme tely int rested himself ih the care He found hat there was mitigating circumstances and immediately employ edi Attorney Raymond RathfT to defend Watts chargesragainst Watts Lieutenant Governor Thjprne occupied a seat beside Judge Murphy and listened attentively to the testimony The prisoner was deep ly gratified to the man who had come to his aid and saved him from the elec tric chair At thQ Reformatory he will aYmay ut this out and take it to the Red Crbss Drug Store Springfield and get Stomtand constipation they are unequaled Th y improve the appetite strengthen livedr yearI i II Marion Items Falcon The races at the fair grounds Tuesday resulted in a victory for Mr B W Phillips with his horse Peter Penn Besides Mr Phillips there were two other entries Mr F L Dant with his Ashland Maid and Dr RoBards with his PetrO Three half mile heats were trotted and the time was l09j Purse 50 Ashland Maid came second This is the fastest time made on this track for several yearS Judge George Duckrelle District Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky was here Monday to cross examine the witnesses introduced for plaintiff in the case of the First Pres byterian church of this city against the United States The claim is for the use of and damage to this church by the Federal soldiers during the Civil War and amounts to about 6000 The case is now ready for submission before the Court of Claims at Wash ington and it is thought the church will soon realize on this claim Attorney H S McElfoy represents the plaintiff The protracted meeting which has been in progress at the Methodist church for the past two weeks closed last evening Dr J H Early of Elizabeth town who hasbeen assisting- the pastor Rev C H Prather has delivered son d powerfula11d convincing sermpns The congregations were large and very attentive and the work that rememIberedpie of Lebanon The lovable Rev G W Lyon will ev r hold a green spot in the memory of hose who heard him seriesofand attentive pastor has done noble work with thismeeting Mr John Bark r aged 65 years died at the Confederate home at Pewee Valley Tuesday night at 1145 oclock Mr Barker left Leba on five weeks ago and was admitte to the home in the feeblest of dealt seemingly in the last stages of co sumption His condition grew worse apidly until the end came He had ben a native of Lebanon for many yearp where he was known as a kind hearted and sympa thetic gentleman At the outbreak of the Ciyil War Mr Barker joined the Confederate army and seryad through out the sturggl He enlisted under Gen Forrest and fought with him at the attle of Ft Donaldson After the attle he joined the cavalry and serve under Gen Morgan and with him lie was captured in Ohio and placed in prison in Chicago for about a year What Advertising Does Does advertising pay In bold black letters a sign less than two years ago containing three words Does Advertising Pay hung on the wall near the desk of a well known business man of Paducah day that same sign with its bold posiHontwo additional words Xt doesiIn connection with a storyyes a lesson that may prove of interest to all men engaged in busi nessThe story jean soon be told and while the details are essential they can easily be supp ied by the reader Less than two years ago a Paducah firm not content with the amount of business being d ne and discouraged by the fact that a large percentage + uo I of old stock was yet unsold and the future gave no evidence oi be ngbett tThein some unknown manner to the office walland it acted as the Suggestions It was the starting point It led to 11trialnew s were saw and read announcement Trade be t gan to take on new life ltrevelation More advertising was donemore trade followed and today there is a different appearing store in Paducah and few peoplej will have Ito guess long in determining which one it is IDoes Advertising Pay It oes contain on a card in bold i black letters hanging oni thee wall and lIt explains the secret oif the success of a business house that wds once re klinterest The Sun Moved4 My Repair shop is now seated in the large coom on Main Street recent ly occupied by Carpenters Meat arketi Come to See ItfeI am prepared to do all kinds of repairing Have added a harness re- Pair shop to my business c lJ f Clothes Cleaning and Pressing t + will be made a sp- ecialty1ff14 t i LkL r r ot THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 IW6 SPRINGFIELD SUN Mum EVERY WEDNESDAYS SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance J R06EXS GORE Editor art Publisher mad at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through thearms as secondclass matter MB RICHARDSON AND THf STATE PRIMARY Hon JK Richardson editor of the Glugow Times has the following on primaries The Glasgow Times is just as ftroeglY In favor of primary elections JM ever It is the fairest and best method by all odds of selecting the partyfiB election on the same day with the general election Seahorse of another color altogether beingmajoritycontipuMd lawsjWttall expenses the primary paid cut cf absolutelyto hold primary elections on the same day hold inr the election chosen from all politi whythisabsolutely fair and register an honest ilX risaion of the wishes of the voters thlastA primary conducted as suggested above could not be objected to from any source or by any one offering as candidate for nomination It would guarantee absolutely a far deal JJ and we presume that is what all can didates want A fair deal is very much desired Who ever heard of a candidate who didnt want a fair deal Mr Richardson is the pioneer advo cate of the State primary If we are cot very much mistaken he introduced the question through the columns of his paper in 1901 At least he was one of the primarys earliestadvocates and the editorials from his pen in ad vocacy of State primaries were repro duced throughout the State When the question was first introduced by Ken tucky politicians we were employed as editor of the Nelson County Record We did not like some features of the proposed primary and prepared quite a lengthly article setting forth our rea sons for opposing thedeparture from the old way of nominating candidates What we had to say was a sort of an answer to one of Mr Richardsons emphatic and strong efforts in favor of primarias to nominate candidates s for State offices We suggested in our article practical ly what Mr Richardson has suggeste- above but we were a little more em phatic in our opposition to the primary unless these safeguards could be given and the entry made free to all But our remarks were never printed We were persuaded not to enlighten the people consequently our edict wasi pigeonholedeternally pigeon holed The story of the bural of that article briefly is as follows In some way Judge Fulton of Bardstown be came aware of what we were about to do He insisted that the article should be suppressed we insisted that it shouldnt But as a favor to him we did not print it in that weeks issue of the Record On the following Saturday night Gov Beckham came to Bards town to spend Sunday He extended an invitation fb Judge Fulton and us to come out to his house that night af ter supper and discuss the State Primary The invitation was accepted The primary was discussed at length by Judge Fulton and Gov Beckham We listened But were not converted However we said to the Governor that so far as we were concerned noting h would appear in his home gape r The Record against the State primary and that nothing would appear in favI or of it And the Nelson County Record let the State primary conspiJuous f jy alone Ffom that time until now we h ve8aid little about State pri jnaries But since Mr Richardson the father tt the primary is opposed to itjas it is now conducted a1J Lays thatj it should be called pjfaSmJess the law jc changed we o ptqsay m zl l J 11ISS ANNA CCULDAN DISCUSSEDi AND FILL UP eOMiss Anna Gould and daunt mafriedJa inched her During the next ten yea s h o sinchedThey separated year ago Divorced last week And it is nov Miss Anna Gould again t Miss Gould isja daugtiter ot Jay and a sisterof George While Poni at the time of his marriage was a COUNT But reports from Paris at this writin bear the intelligence that hes now a noefcoutit sonofajrun and a busted bum That divorce turned hiup sidedown jolted the coin c ut ot his trousers and booted hir i out into the backyard of DESPAIR in the tall foul weeds where the hounds scuffle for bones Thatsj what we call winging a high Yer Its worse than shootin1 a rabbit asettin eMiss Anna ought to be ashamed of hersel Roug treatment That no nam for for itIts painfullerh greenapple colic ten mile from a bottle paregori Mister Castellahe must now accustom himself to soup and dumblings cheese and crackers and weenies and cheap pepper saucciHe mustHexistjust exist th ts all aBoni is worse off than the editor ofa country newspaperh- cant e buy pants on advertising Hes ah orphan Send him some did clothes Although he doesrit deserve em He has been too wayward too naughty he played hookey too often leaving the Countess miser able arid alone while he beaued I through Paris witHVpther jifomen pointing out to them the glories of the black night upon whose bos om not a star was pinned Poor Boni you are in a devil of a fix now No more onehundredthousand dollar dinners at the expense df Jay Gould deceasedno more socks at 50 per pairsoup and heelless stockings thats all that s comih to you Be thankful for these blessings Anna Gould nd d alit was a winsome girltalentedand pret ty trained well to cutely cut the capers of our American Smart Set and that fifteen million dol lars she had in her inside pocket made her look like the Goddess on updAnd she was a good girl good enough to become the happy wife ofan honest farm boy or the nlrYeditortellane with the proof that he a real live Counttamed T Gould family having readoft e wonderfuland heroic deeds f Counts thought it would be won h much in Glory to have one of their family become a Countessr Countess Boni de Castellan fifteen million dollars were jingled in the ears ot Boni an he tumbled he consented Thats thJ2 way it happened The wedding was a sort of a sorcletyran high and the wool of the pup f was made snowwhite and tied With ribbons of blue and red Bonis pictur appeared in all the papers Attached to him were sashes and swords And hean really looked valuable None of us dreamed that he would drop below the thirtycent brand But lawsy how we were fooled Offer him at auction today m a Georgia nigger settlement and he wouldnt bring J5c in turnips Hes riper count Hes worse than very poor whi trash But the wedding over the Count arid Countess set sail for Paris taking with them fifty trunks of fine cloths and about fifteen cI millions four America t v r r v rr specie nefpurt of Tay Gould immense fortune In Pa js Boni had fun Day and night he had fun and then some more fun eoulds thousands disappeared rapidly and when the Countess objected Boni abused her he pinched her This o c curred before the honeymoon had tim 5 to round out And poor Anna realized that she had been burros She no doubt would have Veen willing and glad at that time to have swapped he Castealane far the very common name of Mrs Bill Smith fl giving to boot a million or so As time went on Boni became wilder and woolier and pinched her som 2 more She threatened to sue for divorce But he b lieved 1he title Countess v too fasci nating and he continued to do as he pleased Less than one year ago he pinchedheragain Then she decided that she withI out a title anda Doer count sun pfagun like Boni When Boni saw it coming he actedffloor of he family room He wrote a note to the Coun teas saying he oulq be very much gratified to encircle her in his arms once mpre She remembered previous pinches and addressed him as a libertine Still b ing tincanned he whined ome more And C ant Boni de Castellane is done for He is in amore mis erable state than a fellow wi the mum ps at a pickeleatmg con test His mane Y less and wife less and tioer count bigrriarrmillions and the other a title A mis Table Burr These rich American girls have peculiar ideas about husbands They hate a mania for marrying a fellow vitha sasharound his waist ana a feather in his funny shaped hat They dught to look for MEN Men v itbig hearts and big minds arid big souls America htiir Bred thousand of them scattered through very State in the Union They car be found on the far and in the shops in the stores clerks or among the professio Down hefe in Kentucky we c find em among the tobacco stal upon the hillsides and and among the cornstalks in the valley Me bet your ife they are men Boo on and jeans breeches stuffed in em bu they are men MEN who woi ldn t pinch a woman Anna Gould would have been happy hashe love and married agnaetIt is not imrio Bible that she could have Ipved=loved with all the ardor of a woman s isoula m with the aroma of the soil up his garments Possessednot of wealth titles but ofan abundancJof sound sense SF is no more than human no more than the mountain lass whose only fortune is the sunlight the rid air Tad the wild roses and hiera gold Anna Gould is simply womanf shioned in form ana soul by the hand of God as He has fashioned thousands of other women and her heart could have been touched by the pleadings of hum bIbone and her hand won byhim in whose purse is naught of coin Just an opportunity for courtship was all that was needed She could ha been won by a man in who bosom thrpbbed a Great Heart of Love and she vould have been JtoaYthe re closed to him And Count Boni de Castellane was hailed a hero Had Anna Gould gone with an honest boY where the mountain streams leap over the rugIgedness of things where the hiEs mansy them with leap ing vines had she gone with hi to an Eden like this a thousand miles from the gaudy rendezvous of New Yorks Four Hundred and listened to the honest love song ofal honest man Cupids dart soiu andishe would have been led to the sacred marriage altar by a MANa man whcj wouldnt have pinched her and spent eight mu lions of Jay Gojilds illtgotten coin giving big di revs and buy ring lap dogs fdr other women But Anna Gould yould not Had she done this she might have been plainMrs Bill Brown but she could have bought Bill Prince Albert coat a plug h and a seat in the United State- enateS What more could she cooled hasown hat arid a brown stone fro in Washington and been ha pp perfectly happy and deelighted But girls like Indians hay queer notions Flashy things and trinkets tickled em But they scream when pinched gentleman asked us this question a likeheof v ernor of Kentucky The gentleman knew our sentiments along this tine before he interrogated us and indeeJ there are few people in Washington county who do not know just how feel about a matter like that therefore the question was superfluous Hov- ever it will do no warm to com m ourselves in print Permit us to say that we would rather vote for Jud Thurman for GoVernor of Kentuc than to vote for Billie Bryan for Pre si tdent of the United States or toeat Thanksgiving turkey stuffed with oys ters either one of which are exceedin ly wellpleasmgi indeed it would Judgetas was to vote for Ben Johnson for Congress tjour years hence we may elect him I HATS iAT COSTFrom now on twill sell every pricetSs ity and Price ane CENTReadyto Wearseat cost prices Come in and s them and you will be surprised quality and style of the hat Miss Willie Knott I i 1 and then Washington county will feel bigger than New York State and taller than Pikes Peake hmwill give 1000000 to be used tofu r thenng the propoganda of universal peace We ought to be oodall of us for lessjmoney Let all of us who are not Burley t bacco growers help those who are to organize Burley tobacco is worth 15 cents a pound and the fanner ought to realize that price It would make 1him much wheIthe farmer is prosperous we are t same boat with him TEverycounty ought to have an A S of organization PlaYeatrs everydaysLatest reports are to the effect that Hager has stopped runnin erGov Beckham has Issued a Thanks ougY 1eOnly a little dust So small that a rose might hide it And I trust in Godor I try to trust When I kneel in the dark beside it- o I kneel in the dark and say weepShe go away She has only fallen asleep Fallen as oft She climbed tb my heart to rest Her white arms twining my neck soft weAs down on a doves sweet breast Tenderly4unawares Sleep came in the waning light twiligitht That lead to the morning light eAnd that she will wake I know thiskYme so With never a goodnight kiss- a sayIonly awaySheStantonbeMOORESVILLE Since our lasjt there has been born to the wife of Mr Elijah Farris a t pound boy I 1 Thurman Farris will be his name We had a g eat deal of rain last week Messrs W HI Boblit and Sam Grigs by have bought a farm near Stithson Hardin county and will take possession on January 1st Mr T H Harbin of Bloomfield here Sunday visijtiug friends Mrs E G Boblit has returned to her home in Springfield aftera wee k visit to her parents The post office will be discontinued Dec 1st 1906 Mr W 0 Ellis will get mail boxes for those who need them Apply for them in time Born on Nov 5th to the wife of Robert Hardin an eight pound boy Mr Jake Kimberlin and mother of near Bardstown are visiting Mr H K Eddleman and family of this place maalgic a at the Mooresville opera house last Friday night There was preaching at the New Hope church last Sunday bj RevLowe of the Seminary Mr Edd Burch of Springfield and Miss Maggie Hooper were married at Midway Nov17 by Rev W H ran cyMessrs Owen and John Ellis visited their sister Mrs T H Hardin of Bloomfield Saturday and Sunday Mr Ben Brown formerly of this vi dinity but who has been living inChi cago for severol years died in that- city Monday of last week The b dyat was interred in the New Hope ce m tery last Saturday Rev Williams conducted the services Miss Nancye Ellis spent last Sunday with Mr James Truax and family Misses Margaret Lyddane and Ardia Wall spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Lora and Cassie Yancy Mr Joe Bishop and family Mr Edd Boblit and family of Springfield and Mrs Smith dined with Mr Jas Wand all family SundayiMisses Lillie and Emma Pile Nancye Ellis Messrs Dave Hays Love Settle George Moul John Ellis Lawson Moore and Ernest Pile of Mooresville Owen Ellis Clyde and Walter Goatley of Valley Hill attended the social at the home of Mr Riley of Stringtown last Wednesday Mrs Alex Yates was called to Louis hatr Mr and Mrs James Hardesty and son Ben gave the young peopls a social last Saturday night Those pres ent were Misses Ora Carney Nancye Ellis Verna Wells Noami Reddick Lottie Mattingly Messrs Lonnie Lin ton Henry Wells George Moul Owen and John Ellis Hubert Mattingly and Luther Kindred E f J LOOK FOR IT e IN THIS COLUMN EVERY WEEKS ij Lost Notices Found Notices NoticesEtca a word CASH Dont put the paper down until you read rerg line of this column evI 1Of F FOR SALE96 acre farm good land pricerl heiNOTICE The drug firm of Smock Haydon haying disolved all parties in re9uestedttobmenteSMocK HHYDON pd It I FARMS FOR SALEWrite W Ewing Real Estate Agency HarrodsIburg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want thehtare to settle same on or before January il 907 liJ POWELL Admr pd Nov 21 t Strayed from my place a black steer calf with tag in right ear Anyone giving information leading to his recov ery will be rewardedI When you want a picture framed ejmember I make frames to order r G B TAYLOR fourasW ILor J S CLAYBR60KE FARM FOR SALE1M acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 22 per acrb A bargain for somebody who wants a place closeto town B D LAKE Sixteen extra heavy mules belonging to LaRue county and used for road working will be sold at public auction in Hodgenville on Monday Nov 26 1906 at 1 oclock p m These mules are in prime condition For further particulars address C F CREAL Co Atty v Hodgenville Ky rlrtrAll persons having claims against e r f estate of Arch Wheeler deceased ill fpresent same to either of the under signed properly proven upon or before December 1st 1906 All persons know ing themselves indebted to the estat0r will please settle same before January 1st 1907 rELVIN BIRCH sAdm of Arch Wheeler- W D CLAYBROOKE iF SFAR1t1 FOR SALE250 acre farm well located 60 acres of creek bottom 30 acres in timber Y25 acres in grass anji lays well good 7 room dwelling good tenant house two barns both net 40x60 three never failing wells all under good fence This farm is subject to division and would make two nice farms Price 5400 Terms easy For further particulars call on MCELROY WHARTON Real Estate Ageritst eIi CARDWELL We are sorry to report Mrs R A Wilham no better arid Miss Doratha Wilham Who has typhoid fever is t tSadieof E T Perkins who fell from a chair last Friday and broke her arm is doing niceely Born to the wife of L E Perkins on tne 15th a 15pbund boy Mr and Mrs A L Perkins visited this place a few days lastweek eE G Holliday Is in Louisville this week with a carload of cattle and hogs W L Grahem lost a fine jock last week Jim Gardner sold his faun contain ing150 acres for 3300toWalterHaysv DfCatlett100 acres from Walter Hays for 21O0 possession given same day of sale W L Graham bought 62 sheep at 587J per head and sold same for SJ per head lW L Graham sold to Golden Pat terson 15 900 pound steers at 3J cents and 100 on the head E T Perkins bought a bunch of yearling cattle from L Casey at 31 cents per poundI W L Graham bought six weanlirigj mule colts from R A Wilham at 70 per head Turkey buyers are paying ten cents Iper pound for turkeys Mrs Eliza Foster sold one fouryearr old horse for 160 W L Graham sold to R A Wilhaia one eightyearold horse for 100 l toneSub eribe i for The Sun 100 rJit J f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMEK 21 1906S51u f The Acme of PerfectionIS THkCLOTHING WE CARRY FOR MEN AND BOYS J Louis See XVi or HFrenchbaklfl Overcoats sboudersflaringorm Fitting models L 1is1 Suitings Our Suitings are made to please you and of your boys because we have fare Wool goods Blue BlacU and y patterns L 1 wv 1 r t Iif FOR MEN AND BOYS Air REASONABLE PRICES DrtJMt RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth With out Pain OROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield 7 Ky Office in Hagon Block up stain Local News Notes line of furs at Mrs Williams Koukers at Leachmanfs furniture store from 125 to 1200 Salt Rising and Cream Bread received dally HAGAN BROS Rev F M Hill Missionary Evange list will hold a series of services at jthe Mackville Methodist church beginning December 1 and closing December 9 Set Leachmans bed room suits in solid oak from 1800 to 7500 Every hat in my house at greatly reduced prices MRS WILLIAMS f Messrs Theo Campbell and Joe Pet tus spent two days last week huntin near Crab Orchard They report that LOS birds were killed during their hunt and certainly we have no right to doubt Davenports and couches from 1200 up at Leachmans Ihe ladies of the Methodist church will give county court day dinner at the Searcy building Monday Noy 26 Come everybody and get a good square meal at a low price Mrfc Williams has recieved a ne line of furs for Ladies Misses an Children 1s Full size iron beds from 250 at Leachmans BOWLING ALLIyYL D Baker Cos Bowling Alley open every d and night In building formerly occ pied by Allen Begemans harnesS shop Jiii LAMPTON Mi D Office in Opera vHouse omct phone No 5 Residence No 38 t t i Ladies Suits Skirts The AND FINISHED Bein p rticular merchan dise is one of oar hobbies land it must have mar to secure a place in our stock In advertisement we speakYdirectly concerning the MERQDE makeall new ndtrseaj ns produ- tions improved in shape uality con traction and finish It is equal if not the superior any Knjt Underwear beforei RobertsliiClaYb Springfield Thanksgiving services will be at the Christian church in beldI next Thursday at 1030a m G W Lyons of the Methodist church will deliver the sermon WARNING You must not hunt on my farm I mean YOU it matters not what color youare or your standing in the community Keep off JNO Y MAYES The United Daugfi ters of the Con federacy will give a entertainment o Thanksgiving night t the Opera Hous jn Springfield Mis Hettie Lewis Louisville will recit from auHand will give readin s from other thors The mUsic will be furnished home talent Sean on sale at Red Cross Drug Store dC M Hanna manager Of tho Burley Tobacco Society had established his office in Winchester Ky and is pre pared to send out to county and pre cinct managers constitutions and bylaws of the Society and also pledges All interested in the movement who desire this material or any information will apply to him at Winchester Ky HILLSBORO sicklistg r appointment here Sunday Mr J M Montgomery and dau g ters visited relatives t Maud last Sat urday and Sunday 81 Mr James Oder ans family of Book er visited his sister this place several days last week Mesdames Emma find Eatha Coult spent Saturday andipunday with Wilham of near Mr Thomas Coulter and 1fre visit the latters father Mr Dick Hardin Saturday and Sunday HanodsburdWe have had lots rain mthepa highupa year or more The farmers arebusy stripping their tobacco Magguer deathand extend sympat ly to the bereaved ones Most of the women in this neighborhood sold their turkeys last week The Sun 1 t and f+ seeoura newWehavedustand we believe this lot of skirts and suits will make new history before the season is over VMresent the most phenominal value we sayingat Famous Mhrode UnderwearJ about such t this he of pre 0 y SEALS fflPT T E R The ily Oysters that Dare Look PURE FOOD INSPECTQR The Face WIIERh 5OcPer ArterOtljer Oysters Centsf McElroy Have You Seen the- PALMER COAT bitinCoatValues thebuyingvarse prices but alike ther Wehavetravel and night home broarlready with tlwear r j o 0 A In y at 35 t I 3 a in in or for and out JJ 3J J JJJ JJ Ja A SHOWER fe see tteEEeE eettftttt333 E a The miscellaneous shower given thi morning at 10 oclock by Miss Sadie Ray Maves for Miss Bettie Irvine was one of the handsomest social functions of the season The house was artistically and profusely decorated with pot ted plants Miss Lucy Selecman stood at a table in the reception halt and served a cup of hot chocolate tbt the guests as they arrived The dining room was beautifully decorated in Southern smilax and Bostonian ferns The color scheme being green and white the table appointments were carriedout in these colors A canGa labra with green shades and tapers placed on a silver mounted mirrow formed the center piece around this silver candlesticks ho lding green tapers From chahdalier to each cor ner ot the table ribbon entwined with smilax was gracfujly draped greatly enhancing the pretty effect of the table The color was carried out in appropnateldecorated a v were heart shape as were the mints also After all the guests were served many mysterious bundles carefully tied with dainty ribbons were brought into the room and placed on the table Miss Irvine was invited to open them which she did in her usual graceful and displayed much originality in h various remarks and exclamations made each one feel that their gift w appreciated The presents Were many and handsome including cut glass si ver china drawn work lace qtc The outpftownguests vereMrs Sallee 6f Danville and Miss Su q ir- vine ot Lebanon Marry Tomorrow rpw at 1 oclock in the Presbyterianan chui ch Rev W Y Davis of Louis vill will officiate Immediately aft the ceremony the bride and groom will leave Springfield for a bridal tour The wedding will be one of the pretties ever witnessed in Springfield The church is now being appropriately decorated for the happy event T arr Protect Yourself yJFor The Season r The Rainy Season will soon be here Protect yourselfv j ii t i TEEDRAIN I ourfriends i t JTELL HIM WE WILL SELL HIM r br Zeigler ShoeOur Leader in Ladies Shoes- i 1Rr LaceHandship dull calf tops extension soles cuban heels new opera toe H L c a t a I rt e a e QQe Visitors In and Out of TownA Q Round ofthe e QQeOeoeoeoeOQeoeoe Mrs Frank Simms and children are visiting relatives in Bardstown Miss Mamie Allen is visiting her aunt Mrs Hickerson of Louisville Mr Ji L Barber was in Cincinnati last wee k on business Mr and Mrs J HL McClure have returned from a visit to relatives in High Grove arid Louisvilfe Mr T s Mayes and daughter Miss May spent Monday in Bards town and wife have returned from a visit to relatives in Perryvllle =Mrs ft C Campbell and children are visiting relatives in Lebanon Rey W H Williams spent several days in B rdstown last week ltrsi IredHagan and Miss Jennie Redding spent Saturday with Mrs John Brown of Lebanon Mrs Chas McWhorter is visiting her sister Mrs Chas Hoskins t f Campbellsville Lebanoerf Mr A C Kimball was in Louis ville a few days last week on business 1Mr J L Simms has returned to HopkinsviHe after a visit to his moth er Mrs Nannie Simms Miss Elizabeth Morris has returned to her home in San Francisco Gal after a visit to Miss Annie McChord- JMessrs T C Campbell and J F Pettus spent several daysatbrab Or zatSaturdaeY and Sunday in Harrodsburg Miss Sadie Mayes has returned from Bard atown where she attended a house party given by Mrs Hoge Mr JoB Robertson spent Saturday and Sunday With his family here Mr G1 L Wharton was in Lebanon Saturday t t V H ONYOURfa PROMISE PROMISEfAWEi EVERY SALE l SATISFACTORY fl t i cr The Ike Co INCORPORATED 4 cytjJ Burton Extracted rS Quart Shader MISCELANEOUS Etizabet Rainy The oeOeoeOeoeoeoeoooeoeoo- Personal Notes sPersonalNews DrhHHopper rasbereFriday I Mr Josh Huston o Bloomfield visiting at the home of Mr Dud WreTiu Miss Rose Mackin ofLeQanoht yisjtihg Miss Margaret Haganl Miss Bettie Irvine pent a few days in Lebanon last week Mrs Fred Manget after a Y to her parents at this place has gone to Lawrenceburg to visit Miss Madeline Johnson i Dr John Shaunty wife and little YisitiIgtheir MrsW F Grigsby is yisiting her mother Mrs Cokendolpher of Chap 1m 1I Mr Ji J McCabe was in Lbbahon Tuesday Mr J W Lewis attended court in Lebanon and Greensburg this week 4 Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon was here the first of the week 1 mpbelJsvilleMr Elvin Perkins who lef here last July a year ago and loc ted in Chicago returned to this plac last evening and will probably loc ite at Wiliisburg Mrs Curtis Hardesty of Etn nonce and Mrs John Thomas of Shelby county are the guestsof Mrs PIL Thomas this week i Mr and Mrs James Whartcn entertained at six oclock dinner Viday evening Those present were issesr Susie Penn and Bettie Irvine N essrs GeorgeWharton and H M Moss Mr and Mrs G H Boon wjio have been in Louisville for the past three weeks have returned homel J =Miss Lizzie Leachman has returned home after a short visit to relatives in LouisVille rMr Sam Berry of Little Rock daysthisRev Fathers JA Hogarttr and Francis Kelly of Lebanon spent Tues day with Rev Father POF HenneB Miss Susan Irvine of Lebanon fit i here Ioto attend the IrvineWliarlon wedding a ChambeHains Pin Balm lThere is no danger from blood poisf resulting from a cut or wound of aa gf j kind when ChamberlainsiTa1 ttfaiis usedHIt IS aI antiseptic dressing id t should i Foi u by every Everdealer it the Grass tiy 4t j 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 986 I BOMBEXPLODED- MT J THE ALTAR IN ST PETERS CATHEDRAL IN ROME WHERE PONTIFF WAS EXPECTED rMachine of Death Had Defect and Worshipers Escape UnhurtGreat f Mt Outrage of Centuries Rome Nov 18A bomb was ex ploded In St Peters The edlfipe was crowded and an indescribable scene pi confusion followed There were JK fatalities As soon as the echoes of the tremendous roar had ceased a canon ought by reassuring words to quiet the people but in vain They fled in all directions and a number of women taintedWomen and children screamed and- men tried to protect their families in tile crush The church is so large however that there was ample room for the crowd to scatter and no one was in jared No trace of the perpetrator of Lire deed has been found It was the anniversary of the dedication of the bascilica to St Peter and it was beautifully decorated for the occasion Holy relics were ex yoced and a large number ofthe falth tvl attended the services Cardinal Rampola formerly papal secretary of state was among these present He took part in the service in the choir chapel The last mass had just been concluded when the explosion occur red and onlyone canon who had not quite finished remained at the altar of fit Petronilla This altar Is at the end of the right aisle and it was near iere that the bombhad been placed Like a Thunderclap- As the canon turned to bless the communicants there was a tremend ous roar which echoed through the lofty arches of the immense dome like thunderclap At the same time a dense smoke spread throughout this portion of the basilica and a strong odor of gunpowder filled the air Con fusion Wand panic at once seized thai people The canon at the altar tried to stem the tide of fear He shouted out r Do not be afraid it is nothing merely the noonday gun His words ikowever had little effect They were refuted by the smoke and the pun gent smell of powder and the people continued their headlong flight Men and women fled stumbling in all direr tions the screams of children and cries of anguish were heard on all sides and for a few minutes it seem ed as if nothing could obviate a grave disaster As soon as the smoke clear ed away a hasty examination showed that nobody had been hurt in the crush and that no one had been wounded CalmS was gradually restor ed and some of the people returned to view the extent of the damage When the first gendarmes reached the spot the scaffolding was found to be smouldering but this fire was eas ily extinguished The tomb was found to be absolutely uninjured anfl even the pavement shows scarcely any signs of the explosion The pope was engaged in his regular noonday devotions when the bomb went off Thepontiff asked anxiously If the church had been injured Upon being reassured he fell on his knees saying he must implore mercy for the misguided perpetrator of the deed SOUTH CYCLONE SWEPT Eight Lives Known To Have Been Lost and Buildings Demolished Memphis Tenn Nov 19Elght persons are known to have lost their lives scores of others are injured and property and crops suffered great dam age the extent of which because of the meager reports yet obtainable can not be estimated at this time as a re suit of one 6f the most torrentiallike wind and rain storms ever experi enced in this section The storm which originated on the Gulf swept northward and In Its course razed scores of substantial buildings partially demolished hun dreds of others caused a complete de moralization of railroad traffic and cut off telegraphic communication with many points In the affected territory Cotton in the fields blown down by the wind was beaten into the ground and if not totally was badly damaged Besides the loss of life and property damage which is known to have oc curred a number of points directly in the pathway of the storm can not be communicated with and when complete reports have been received it is e feared the loss to both life and prop erty will be greatly Increased Returning To Ohio Lincoln Neb Nov 19r Leroy Craig has escaped from the dlpsoma nsc ward of the asylum at Lincoln and is probbaly making his waybaclt to Washington CH X Both Dr Craig and his wife were committed to the asylum as confirmed cocaine fiends Race Up the Eiffef Paris Nov 19one hundredand twenty contestants took part in a peculiar race which consisted in run ning up the 730 steps leading to the usecond stage of the Eiffel toWer The winner made the distanceiin three minutes and four seconds sWanted At ColumbUs Kansas City Nov 19Hlrry Wise alias Lake wanted In Columbus O Washington D C and Nei work for robbery and burglary is under arrest 4n this city ewlll be surrendered to the oflcers at Cpl 1mbulIys Ly 4 hi It l r aJVDILAKE ftINSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FARM ANPS and FARMS I Are Increasing in Value If You Want to Buy Now is Tire Time t IF YOU H WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM PUTT IT IN MY- HANDS I am sureI 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 am anxious to show you any one of them that land is in value and there is hardly a remote that it will decre the man who buys a farm today may feel certain that its value will increase a third possibly half or more within a half a dozen years l t you can be suited in place and price if you will can upon me have farms in every section of the large and small and all of them are well also have some bargains in town property See list in this issue of The Sun r YOU OF No lf47 acres 4 milks from Springfield well watered good land good dwelling goodistable shop on farm rented close to school house and hurch Price 40per acre rNO3370acres 6 mile from Springfield good dwilling good tobacco barn plenty toba co land good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres thre good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm read for the plow Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory dwelling and barns onehalf mile fromschool house an church Goodstobacco land Price- per acre 15 No7 175 acres dwelling stab wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven mites from town No acres two miles from pringfield plenty timber all outbuildings good grass good dwelling Price 20 per acre No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres gcod timber plenty good tobacco land god barn fine orchard good large dwelling Will make fine daiiiy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house in Springfield Well located J No16 196 acres 7 miles from on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plent of water Price 30 No 18174 miles from pringfield one good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles fron de one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19275 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plentyHof springs fine young orchard all kind of and ice- house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town prppeity IJ you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield oh good pike in neck The best tobacco rowing part of Nelson count ofJtobacco An in grass land on farm On rural route Pricfe 47 per acre No 52135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grabs 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from pike OnethIrd f purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 24 per acre w THE REAL- ESTATE MAN believeindeed I adjoining reasonable I Remember constantly increasing possibility selndeedJ absolutely honestly believe- th countyI improved wellwatered e 8I28n- ecessary Springfield t i MI 11f t 0 The f A POINT I V I YOU FIND PROPERTY MERE TO SUIT YOU B p0 = ADVERTISE TENSIVELY t AND BUYERS ARE POUND LET ME SHOW ONE THESE FARMS j LAKE 0 J milesfrom dbarn15 per acre No 23139i acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2tobacco 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 layedin cement water in every field all year fine set o grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2QOO dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road 1 mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 30115 houspfineprice 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good offineNo 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock earn all out buildings Price 3250 fromBardstown smallbarnrest of farm in grass brick tenant house gramery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land wellfencedty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will t sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 0 A fACT fOR YOU TO REMEMBER WASHINGTON COUNTY LAND COMPARED WITH THE LAND OF SURROUNDING COUNTIES HAS FLWAYSf BEEN TOO NEAP AND AS THE MONTHS GO BY IT INCREASES IN VALUE NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY 1E cI WILL k7sS SunH- 4 AND j LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD ONE YEAR TWO DOLLARS IItIsII IsIIII 1I si stsisisiSsSJSSSIStflS SIS1SSaIS1SSSLSStiStSiSiSuSiS sSiOSiS1 r- 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1906 t 1 q + JrcJIt dI J l 1 p1 7 d tJr I Y H y T C 1 t f 11 c I t + ht WE HA VE MOVED Jiiit = r jliliiiachinery etc of iT Ir tI j our v I tJ thejBuilding jII f Harness Shoe land Saddle Repairing a Specialty DijU work guaranteed Prices Low but the best workman are employed Have your buggy top S t tI Repaired before cold weather sets in t+ = I I THE BLUE GRASS MANUFACTURING COMP NY rtfrJ 1 t j r r t 1 j 1 HER THREE i SUITORS By GERALDINE KEMP Copyright by Jowph Bowie In her garden sat Phrygia one evening amongst the roses and the yellow elder bushes Her summer home she called Sweet Briar Farm and when in it this little lady became the sitplest of country maidens An open letter fluttered upon her knee in fact three open letters each containing a proposal of marriage or to speak more correctly a renewed proposal of marriage for the letters were from the aforesaid three in particular who had pressed and who were still pressing their suit with urgency Phrygia as it happened liked them all but sure of none gas at a loss to choose between them Mr Waldon was the cleverest Dan Courtney the wealthiest Harry Bond the best looking but of the true nature of the three Phrygia had her doubts Wjse in her generation she was only too keenly alive to the fact that neither wealth nor wit nor mere outward comeliness necessarily brought wifely spiritst1 dont suppose I shall get what I want but I am going to try she said placing the letters in their respective envelopes for it is certain that if I should make up my mind to marry it will be either Mr Waldon or Dan Courtney oY Harry Bond The letter Phrygia wrote in answer to Mr Waldons forwarded to her ran as follows liMy dear Mr Waldon You wonder where I am Well I will tell you I am rusticating at Sweet Briar Farm with my staid duenna Lavfnia Grey You used to admire her lovely white hair and the way she looked at you through her lorgnettes Will you Join us Come if you can on Wednesday next Very sincerely Phrygia And to the letter forwarded from Dan Courtney Dear Dan Do you care for green fields and cows Nothing else but me No Other Indeed Than Phrygia and Lavinia If eo come and spend BrlarFarmtComePhrygia And to that from Harry Bond Dear Hal If you can tear away from your business or whatever else occupies your valuable attention for just one day come and see me I Ph17jglaWill they come Phrygia inquired 0fLavlnia To which Lavinia made sage reply t DOVJdal per1forcewhere each had alighted in quest of SweeIBriar Farm In Quest of Phrygia J-t Well exclaimed Harry Bond not overpolitely to Dan Courtney What In the name of fortune brings you here i was about to ask you a similar question returned Dan as plainly showing his annoyance Meanwhile up came Mr Waldon the sight of whom caused the bther two still further discomfiture Let me have the pleasure he said with an affability best described as princely of renewing my acquaintance with you We have met before I think at Phrygia Deans We are destined in all probability to meet yet again at Miss Deans observed Courtney stiffly for she has asked me to spend a few days with her at her summer retreat Where it appears she has invited me of all men to bear you company cried Bond with a short vexed laugh Waldon volunteered no information whatsoever concerning his move mentsThis IS one of Phryglas whims and Im hanged if she shall make a fool of me fumed Harry I shall take the next train back to town Which he did Miss Dean Is forever playing some trick upon her unfortunate admirers Dan Courtney remarked feelingly to Mr Waldon The latter smiled I love Phrygia said he but would win her only if she loved me in return I intend that she shall ask me to Sweet Briar Farm a second time Then I go alone to Sweet Briar1 So be itAnd you- Forget that I exist Do you ego back to town with Har ry t No matter You have your chant take it It is all that concerns you And they parted Dqvedale was a small and primitive village boasting of nil vehicle except a wheelbarrow and a donkey cart Con sequently Dan Courtney on taking leave of his rival set forth on foot in the direction of Sweet Briar Farm Courtney encountered ew folk on his pleasant road to the farm A couple of farmersa rosycheeked child and an old woman were chiefly those who crossed his path The old men bade him good evening the little girl smiled at him and the old woman as she passed let fall with a clatter the bundle of sticks she had been gather ing In the wood She was very bent very gray and very wrinkled her face encircled in a big rusty black poke bonnet She was muttering and moan Ing strange things to herself as Dan Courtney passed her by But as her mutterlngs dew more ve hement he halted threw her a coin and so passed On again Had he glanced round at the old withered pokebonneted woman he would have seen that a tear had glis = tened in her eye 13m very tlrd she mumbled and the bundle Is so heavy Permit me to carry it for you said A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wisas did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a running sore on her had tortured antiseptichealerat C J Haydons Drug st- oreChamberlains IIfWhooping Cough Tbla remedy famous for lt cares over a large part of the civilized world It can always 6e depended fdrut contains no opium or other and may be as conadently to a baby ail to an adult Price 25 eta Large Size 60 c- tewntruntr r e La voice some quautes later in her ear Waldon for it was he stooped and notwithstanding her protestations raised the bundle to his shoulder Where do you live asked Waldon keeping pace with her feeble steps Near the wood came the high pitched singsong reply Near the wood You are too old to work Bread must be baked and fires must be made Do you live alone- Granddaughter Mary lives with me now Granddaughter Mary ought to as islst you to gather the fuel for your fire goesasweetfeartln your granddaughter Mary that it would be cnore profitable to her if she cared less or her sweetheart and more for her grandmother Twould be little use quoth the andmother Shes young and Its but latral Natural to be thoughtless queried the prince Have you ever been out of Dovedale 1 She shook her head Then Dovedale Is your world tHe thoughtheLFour walls and bread to eat a hus children to rear cried she What more do a woman want And you have been happy N ver so happy as now exclaimed a clear ringing voice and before Vial don could recover from his astonishment the old dame with a truly marvelous agiUty had vanishedwhither he could not say Phrygia called Waldon hinging the sticks into a hedge and following the narrow side path Phi gla must have taken At the end of the path was a small wicker gate and passing through it Waldon came unexpectedly upon a low thatched rosecovered cottage After waiting several minutes the door opened and some one came swift ly towards him No other indeed than Phrygia no longer wrinkled pld and bent but In her most captivating of Summer attire the simplest of hats upon her brpnzegoldr hair and the daintiest of blue ribbbna around her slender waist Miss Dean exclaimed Waldon bowing low when will you cease to be everything that Is bewildering and enchanting Mr Walden answered Phrygia With a responding obeisance when will you learn to be anything but chiv alrous and manly What have you one with my kindling wood I threw it away to follow you To follow me To the end of the world he added earnestlyShe a moment with her ribbons and laces Mr Courtney must have arrived at tie farm by now she said I hope liavlnia will entertain him nicely Shall we not go to Sweet Briar too Walden hesitated On one condition he said Which is That D Courtney returns to town this evening with Harry BondI Is that what Harry intends to do demanded she 4 111 Is he not a wise man Very she acquiesced Why do you not return also I lack his wisdom truly but I can not But if It is my wish If it is your wish he saiduI obey and he turned quickly on his helQ Indeed it is not my wish she criedUStay Mr Valdon and cone with me to Sweet Briar Farm M Bond may be wise Mr Courtney tejrmlned but youyou are chivalrouu I am content with what I have seed fWlll you stay Silently he bent to kiss her out hands and they passed from tlje little cottage into the sunlight to therDaily Herald AND SUN 200 t TRUE AMERICANISM For what is true Americanism and where does it reside Not on the tongue nor in the clothes nor among tHe transient social forms refined or rude which mottle the surface of hu man life True Americanism Is this To believe that the unalienable rights of man to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness are given by God To believe that any form of power that tramples on these rights is un just To believe that taxation without representation is tyranny that govern ment must est upon the consent of the govern d and that the people should cho se their own rulers L To believo that freedom must b0 safeguarded bylaw and order and that the end of freedom is fair play for all To believe not In a forced equality Of conditions and estates but in a true equalization of burdens privy Ileges and opportunities To believe that the selfish InCerestsi- of persons classes and sections must be subordinated to the welfare of tho commonwealth f vTo believe that union is as much a human necessity as liberty is a di vine gIftHenry Van Dyke in Harp ers Magazine TELEPHONE TEXTS vHis number is 666Rev xili 18 Thou didst c 1metI Sam liL 6 He tellest the numberPs cxivil 4 I understood the number Dan ix 2IWhen I call answer me speedily Ps oil 2 There is no speech nor language Psxix 1 I said In my haste J am cut off Psi xxxi 22 Xll We use great plainness of speech II Cor ill 12 His name should not have been cut ofrIsa xlviil 19 I called him but he gave me no answer Cant v 6 They could not take hold of his wordsLuke xx 26 Call now if there be any that will answer thee bil Ye have heard my conversation in time pastGal 113- If j he cut off and shut up who can hinder himJob xl 10 Baltlmor6 SUn INSECTEATING ANIMALS The tppala is very gentle The iteSlgehogs are in a class by themselves The wee and dainty shrew wears a soft red fur coat The wobfcoted mole is the typical American member of the genus The little desmans of Russia are hunted for their otterHHo fur The moles residents of the old world are persecuted by the farmers Though the commonest of animals these Insect eaters am widely distrib uted over the world excepting South America and Australia The American hairytailed and star nosed moles the tenrec of Madag car and the solendens of the West Indies complete the insecteating mole family 4 Iubecrib for The Inn LtO year I iI + FiIt STATE ODDS AND ENDS b FOOD EXPERTSIIWIII Decide ative To Kentucky Whisky II Louisville KA sixdays session StandIville beginning December 6 R M Allen ot Lexington state pure food Inspector of Kentucky was here and re served quarters at the Seelbach for areIlnierestedson that a standard wIll be decide- upon for straight rectified and blend ed whiskies Under the new law deal ers will be required to brand the whiskies as to age Distillers will be required to brand the product as to Its Character whether It Is straight rec tified or blended The members of the commission are Dr H W Wiley of Washington United States chem ist Dr M A Scovell of Lexington director of the Kentucky experiment Station Dr William Frear a similar position in Pennsylvania Dr E M Jenkins of Yale Prof H E Barnard analyst of Indiana Dr Richard Fisher analyst of Minnesota Washingtonand CINCINNATI MAN Elected President of the Ohio Valley IMedical Society Louisville KyThe Ohio Valley Medical society elected the following officers President Dr Brooks F Beebe of Cincinnati who had been Harviivg as vice president vice president Dr J L Wiggins of East St Louis second vice president Dr Cur ran Pope of Louisville third vice president Dr A E Sterne of Indian LBtelected Various cities extended in vitations for the nextannual convention which will be the ninth The re tiring president Dr D M Griffith of Cincinnati and the newly elected officers will select the next meeting place Evansville Ind it is said BIG CROWD IN INITIAL HUNT Fox Chasers Hold Their Derby In Sun cessful Manner Bardstown KyThe first start in the National Foxhunters meet was made Two hundred hunters left the hotel This included 40 ladles ninny of whom were more enthusiastic than the men The first cast was made two miles from Bardstown where a red fox was started but owing to the many spectators crossing the trails the dcsbecame confused and lost the track Another east was made and a gray fox was started which put up a 45mlnuto run and was holed out in plain view of all the judges After thlBthe hunt was called off owing to the dry condi tion of the ground CHILD ACCUSER Of Her Father Alleged Uxprcide Is Placed In a Retreat Louisville Ky Annie Belle Etly w 10 accuses lier father John Etly oft e murder of her mother has been placed in a private institution by Judge C Wilson of the juvenile court He entered the order but he did not make public the whereabout of the girl The detectives believe that the girl even now has not told all she knows Etly maintains his nerve and insists that he is innocent He says that at his examination November 22 hg will es tabllsh that ho has no connection with the crime Kentucky Feud Battle Reported Mayklng Ky According to a report received from Lower Elkhorn Creek east of here a desperate battle was fought there between Wm Mitch oil and Esau Moore on one side and George Adams and Henry Mulllns on the other in a dispute over a land dl vision The report says Esau Moore was killed and Henry Mullins was desperately wounded Further trouble is feared although officers have gone to k the1 scene to quell the real wfclcS is the result of an old feud Hunting Season Oren Louisville KyThe mating season in Kentucky is open Trains l yI Louisville carried many sportsmen Under a new law non r sldenta ard re quired to procure a license if they wish to hunt in Kent cky The fee is 25 The season wi con Due tin til January 1 during which time Jt will be lawful to hunt and kill ttiail patridge and pheasants dPosse Goes After Jtessfc Cee Cloyds Landing Ky Shedf Bry an of Monroe county At the head of a large posse left for JPea Ridge to capture if possible Jess e Coe the Itgro who wIth George Williams aptk er negro murdered two olIcemen and twounded another in Indl mapolisi Co is surrounded by negro riends armed with Winchesters who wear he shall not be taken alive- Kentucky Jurist iDeadLondon KyJudge Robert Boyd who has been8I1i4uallfInkillg for several pneu monia is dead He was fn tie seventy third year and bad never raarriad Fore nearly half a century he Was a leading spirit in Southeastern Kentucky Court Upholds the state Frankfort Ky Circuit Judge Stout in the Franklin Circuit Court enteredIjudgment upholding the act of 1908 special session imposing ataxoi OM t and a quarter cents per gallon on all r rectified or blended spirits After the Vehicle Show Louisville Ky Cincinnati Colors bus 0 and Indianapolis have put Ja bids for the next meeting of the tri state vehicle dealers Louisville se far has not put in a bid Killed by Her SisterlOlive Hill KyA 12yearold child of Edward Young was burned to deatk- in Lawrence county by a younger sis i ter who playfully set fire to the girls clothing Ohioans Are Heirs Lexington KyMrs Scotia Insk Chenoweth 85 reputed the ptwoman In Fayette County died at tier residenc on the MaysVille pike Her vast Restate will be Inherited by Mrs L R Lackey Miss Diana Roberts anti Samuel Ewing of Xenia Ohio Killed ly His Wife Fulton KrW S Neal of Fulton a piano dealer was shot and killed by his wife the bullet entering his abdo men She says a revolver she held was discharged accidentally Two la fant children also survive htmjDismissed by Judge Lexington Ky Police Captain Wil liam Jenkins and Detective Denny Mc Iiwitha primary election were dismissed by County Judge Bullock because the grounds set out in the warrant were not sufficient cause for action Youtsey Seeks Pardon Newport Ky Letters were receivedxhere by officials high in authority la Campbell County from Henry Yout ser a life prisoner at Frankfort urg- Ing them to appeal to Gov Beckham for a pardon Youtsey is serving a life sentence for alleged complicity In the murder of Senator GoebeL In Time of Peace In the first months of the RussiaJa pan war had a triking example ofthnecessity for preparation and theearly tiJpeaxhaveweather The virtue of preparation has made history and given aa ow greatest men The individual u well as the nation should be prepared for an emergency Are you rc ar to Euccessfu ly combat the first cold yogi take A cold can be cured much more q lickly when treated as soon I tabeen contracted and befor ifcws e fomia settle in the system Chamber lains Cough Remedy is fa fdr its- ibeptcures 01 cuds tud it ah e1 at hand for iMtant by every reliable iieak c Grass l BLACK CAT I HOSIERY H Ky 1 I ti MclNTIREl Mr Forest Cecil who has been visit thisceuntyIaasty Mr Cecil was accompanied home ky his brotherinlaw Mr Pohn Mcln tire who may locate there We regret loosing Mr McIntire and his estimable family from our midst but heartily welcome Mr Keene back to his old stamping ground Mrs A Ensor has rented her farm gonei9makeKr John Wain of Lebanon t Mr Twyman Keene bought of Mr LUd Ball 27 shoats at 250 per head Mr Coly Ensor bought of T E Bal lard nine weenling mule colts Mrs Sallie Ballard is recovering fromI an attack of tonselitus The little child of Dr Oscar Graves is quite sick at this writing Uncle Hillary Mclri me is also on ths sick list Born tb the wife of Wat Fowler on r the fourth a ten pound boy Also to The wife of Sam Hall a girl Quite kriumber of our young ladies and gentlemen attended dance given if Mri and Mrs Frank Willett of Needmore last week Mr Jeff ODonnell and wife spent Sunday with Mr Jim Montgomery and wife Thiey Mcintire is visiting his uncle Mr Ben Cecil Mr George Lear and family of Vernon Indare visiting relatives in this tacinity Mrs Sallie Walkei visited Mr Will Condor and family of Springfield one jay last week Mrames McCullum of Hardins Creeks visited his sister Mrs Charlie Nally Sunday Mr Joseph Wheatly of Fenwick vis lied his cousin Mrs Susie Ensor Sun day Miss Lulie Wheatly has closed her school at Canary for the present on ac count of small pox Miss Dessie Hill visited Miss Flora Keene Saturday and Sunday Sells More of Chahiberlains Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together The following letter from a locality where Chamberlains Cough Remedy is well known shows by the unprecedent ed demand for it that the medicine yells on its OWn merits Mr Thos George a merchant at Mt Elgin On atariosays HI have had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever since it was introduced into Canada and I sell as much of it as I do of all other lines I have on my shel res put together Of the many dozens sold under guarantee I have not had one bottle returned I can personally recommend this medicine as I have ued it myself and given it to my chil dren and always with the best results For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass WILLISBURG ri1 Since the rain we have a fine tobacco xeasomand every tobacco grower of this Section has a smile op his face There have been several crops sold here at prices ganging from 8J to 10 J cents J W Shirley who attended the Ve Mcle Convention in Louisville last week says it was one of Ihegrandest exhi bitions ever held in the State The supper given by the ladeis of the Christian church at this place Saturday night was well attendedrconsidering the inclement weather Receipts wer over Misses Haggie Bottom and HattieI Bowles and Ed Bowles spent andSunday with Miss Nora Chea tha near this p1aceIRufus Foster and family spent Satur day and Sunday with Mrs Sue Merritt t at this KiMiay Bell Gibbs who spent a lew iayi witnher parents ai this place i IruE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1906 o I a Shoes and- Stockings THAT WEAR WELL AND LOOK WELL The Red House Shoe if iNo word from us is necessary to convince the trade of the excellent quali has returned to Daughters College at Harrpdsburg A B Wells is quite ill at this writ ing i T J Miller is also on the sick list t Mrs Sleet Pinkston spent Saturday with Mrs Nancy Pinkstonat tHis place Hess Cutsinger and wife of Booker spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr S M next Sunday Nov 25 We were sorryj to hear of the death Miss vIaggieThompson which occurred- on last Friday November 16 The thejberel MAKJvEf RrP3RT5 tt i Cincinnati Nov 1- 1CATTLEExtra5 25 5 40- CALVESExtra 7 IO HOGS Choice 6 35 G40 SHEEP Extra t 4 50 4 iOILAJLBS Extra 7 FLOUR Spring pat 4 45 i i0- WHEATNo 2 red 7SVi 763 CORN =No 2 mixed 433 OATS No 2 mfeced 36 RYENo 2 choice 71 HAY4Ch tlmotj 19 75 BITTTER Dalr r 1j 161h APPliES New 2 50 tij POTATOESPe bbl 2 00 TOBACCO New 6 75 25 72Yl 7- 4CORNNo2 mixed 45 153 OATS No 2 mixed aH PORKPrime mess 16 00 LARDSteam 0 9 SEW YOBK FLOOR Win patent 3i5 4 i M WHEAT No 2 red 8- 2CORNNo 2 mixed g 533k OATSNo 2 mixed 39 JoLARDnALTIMOBE WHEAT No 2 red 7- 6CORNNo 2 mixed 4914 49 OATS No 2 mixfed 33 38l LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 7- 6COR4No 2 mlxW 50 OATSNo 2 mlrxd 36 PORKPrime I11e s 16 50 LARD Steun g 9 00 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLE Prime 5 15 5 35 Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Grays ville Io three of my customers were permanently cured of consumption by Tr Kings New Discovery and are well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using Discovery a short time he fouud it Unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kin s New Discovery as the- mostwonderful nie iCine Surest Cough and Cold and Lung healer Guar Haydn Druggist 50c andy 1 Trial bottle free v Iticn and Poor Dr nk Mot The drinking df intoxicants Is de creasing among t middle classes of the whole world find is among the very poo fund the Such Is the conclusion a foreign tour by John G Woolley once Prohibition candidate tor president who Has returned after a thirteen months trip aboard Taking nlltheI countries together said Mr Woolley utbe main body of peoplethe great middle classes who do most of the business and form the backbone of the people are drinking less liquor today than ever before I am forced to the opposite conclusion however with reference to some of the other classes the Idle classes both poor and richtt j Postmaster Robbed jG W Fouts Postmaster at River on af all comfort according to his letW WhICh says For 24ears I had chro is liver complaint wh h lead to such a se er my prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years Sure cure for Biliousness Neu ralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liv er Kidney and Bladder derangements HaydonsDrug J Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky t J Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Wash Court rendered at the 0 tober term thereof 1906 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1906 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbei- ng County Court dayto the highest and bidder a public auction followingdescribedA tract of land situated in Washing LongLickOn the north by the lands ofC M Whitehohse and then with his line thenISmock then with his line South to Richard Wilkersons line thence with his line to Lick Creek thence withsaid creekas it meanders to the beginning containing 70 acres more or less Debt and Interest 18806 Estimated Cost 5000 Total 23805 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force of a judgment A lien will be regained o n land for which bond is executed Bid promptlyM G LEACHMAN M C W C C Public Friday 30 At my place four miles from Spring field One mile and a half off of the Willisburg pike On the above date I will offer for sale the following Two good work mares one agedwork horse one bug gy horse one weanling filly two old milch cows one cow and calf three yearling calves one Jersey heifer 22 sheep one or two fat hogs two buggies two sets of harness one twohorse wagon mower and self and aU farming implements household and kitchen furniture also about seven dozen purebred White Leghorn hens- and a few cocks and cockrels About 500 bushels of corn Sale to begin at one oclock TERMS All sums under 10 cash Over that amount six months time NANNIE LEACHMAN DUROC JERSEYS The quick money hog A I of Choice Pigs for sale J J E SHELBY Route 1 Springfield Ky The Sun ONE YEAR FOR BOYSAND GIRLS School Ther haslI L Grutady Mclntire Springfield il pIac9Rev CtIICAaoWHFAT inexistenceI increasingI bede fim Commissioners NancyWilson Sale November Daily Herald ANDJ 200 lUi For Sale GRAND FATHER CLOCKI Over 100 Years E M RUSSELL IRIIMSpringfitld MarkttB- acoa Hams iSo SIdes 13Hc Beeswax 25c per pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound Chickens Hens 6c Spring lOc Dried apples 5c per roundJDucksq per pound Corn Meal 75c to per bushe- lEggs22c per dozen Feathers 44o per pound FlourS220to 20- 0Ginscngi50per pound Oraln Wbeat6 c corn 50c Date to Hides Green 9Hc to 30ft Lard lie per pound Lime to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran 80 uhipatuff 100 poi KO pounds t Potatoes Country The Onions Salt145 and 185 per barrel t Turkeys per pound f 1Vinegnr725cgrease tub washed 28c Country Sorghum 5cto50o Gee3e35c a voice SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Jndor this howl all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may tree of charge othorfarmLand for sale or for rent vot included but in sorted in another department of the paper at very low rates saleIMrs J A Cecil Fredericktown has Wyandotteat once Springfieldturkeys My pen is headed by one of Mrs Wrights prize winners at tne Lou isville poultry show won first prize Mrs Sam Hall Mclntire has for sale Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Mrs L N Reed F D No3 has for sale S C Brown Leghorn cockerels 50 cents each ringfieldKymotn Bronze Turkeys Toms 3 and hens 2 Mrs J I Martin Route 1 has for sale S C Rhode Island cockrels 75 cents each HS Litsey Rout 4 has for sale a lotofEn 1tsh Maple shade trees J5S cents each in largequantttiesless mon ey Lakes Oven lowers1 pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre f I barnholdswater both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7J miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre l l No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 1 milesfrommillihouseacre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive molest landThreequartersacre easy payment No 4226 acres 4 room dwelling smalls ble 2 wells and pool well fenced some timber2 miles from pike good road Price 780 No 44Nice home in Springfield lot 70x350 feet stable eodl house good garden plenty of shade in yard water in house aidiyard all sewer connections Will sell cheap Springfikldlgoodwatered plenty of locust posts Price 2250 per acre f offineland good fence price 3750 per acre Sprlngffieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locus posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a flepot 50 per acre No 53 ATgood investment in city property on Main street II B Da l Estate Apni s LAKEprinL itld Ky Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Kentucky James L Hendricka 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 5L92 with interest at the rate of six per centum r annum from the 26 day of Nov 1906until paid I shajl proceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky pn MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1906 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout be ing County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon Wmgdescribed roneysoA tractof land in Washington untvJ Ky bounded Beginning at the waters of Chaplin river corner t Wm Terrell thence down the rivetf as it meanders to the corner of said William Terrell thence with said William Ter rells line to the beginning Containing 27 acres more or less Debt and interest 5192 Cost 4750 Amount to be raised 9942 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale Until paid and having the force and effect ot- a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C WC C Mrs R B Cregor Route 3 Leba non Ky has for sale thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock pullets at 50c each Lid Congor Strain 4nd fine layers Also ten thousand 1 and 2yearold Ginseng plants t Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky JGeoMaud L Yeaste etc Defendants = Equityf 1BY virtue of a judgment and order of of the Washington Circuit Court at the October term il9t6 in the above styled cause distribution of proceeds among parties interested I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ryon MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1906 thereaboutbeingand best bidder gt public auctiqn uoon followmgdescribed thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made j A tract of land in Washington county Ky bounded Beginning at a on toMinnieHardinthe head of a drain thence down the hollow to Haydons line thence across the hill North corner to Henson Hardin over in the hollow to a stone near the county road corner to W T Scott and S G Hardesty then a straight I line back to the beginning Containing 18 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved bearinJlepreparedtoM G LEACHMAN M C W d C II aaaHT- ilE z SUN 1- aaMRIiri