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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i h T4 10 tt i l II o t 1 I jr ifthc1rw j u T Ml ifJ DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYP r I t- J i t 1906y 5 lJ A MEETING OF A S OF E LOCALS purposeofof the farmer lies in the success of this organization COME j b j t ORGANIZING 1 F IN THIS COUNTn fterInoonA S of E Local wasone of the most enthusiastic ever held in Springfield roomlwasciety of Equity and every man present seemed to be thoroushly interested in the remarks of the speaker Mr Sharpe is a plain matteroffact speak er and he gave to each of his hearers food for sober thought He spoke fo at least two hours and was frequently l interupted by applause At the cloSe of his address an opportunity was given all present to become a member of the society a membership fee OflOO be Jng charged Thirtyeight members- ere enrolled but had the enrollment been conducted in a more systematic manner one hundred or morenames could easily have been enrolled A the conclusion of the enrollment o names the following officers were elected W A Clements President Jnq Yi Mayes Vice President H M ONanlsecretaryand WC McChord Treasurer The organization will be known as the Springfield A S of E Local No2 Mr Sharpe during his remarks pointed out to the farmers the valuabl- work done by the society in the dark tobacco districts and predicted that the same happy state would result in the Burley district if the farmers would only organize The methods purposes etcHof th A soof E are plainly set forth in the following article from the Harrodsburg HeraldThe Society has for its object th obtaining of fair prices for farm pro ducts by every fair means such as pooling of crops building suitable warehouses for storing products open ing up new markets and extending old ones also to facilitate cooperation on the part of farmers with State and National governments in their efforts to develop agriculture and educate the farming classes in scientific and intensive to secure reasonable rates of transportation wise legislation in the interest of agriculture improve ment in the highways settlement of disputes among farmers without re course to law and in fact to secure cooperation among farmers and busi ness men along all practical lines and bring about prosperity among them by all fair means The first work to be undertaken in Central Kentucky after the organization is perfected is the pooling of the Builey tobacco crop of 1906 for the purpose of marketing it and getting better prices In our Bur ley district any one can become a member who will pledge his tobacco for the purpose of the society These mee in their precipcts and elect chairmet which latter form the county boards The district board is formed of these county chafrmen So you see the organization begins with the individual and remains in his con trol throughout The county boards have charge of the assembling of the tobacco in the places selected by the district board and form of arbitration for their respective counties they area o delegated with all powers not ex presslx delegated to thunder e district board the constitution and bylaws This means that they will have much work and many important question e The district bo d places in which the to e Society shall beer a re grade and and valu will be agreed upon by the persons making such deliveries and the agent of the Society who receives the same and in the event they cannot agree then the question will be decided by the Board of Arbitration for the county ora con mittee appointed by sand board in which delivery is made and their de cision will be final and binding on all parties The District Board will also exercise a general supervision over the affairs of ttieS ciet will make con tracts for the handling and sale of all tobacco receive and disburse the pro emragents the management of the business of the Society as they may deem advisable and in general haVe the power to do all things that will promote the welfare of the So ciety and its members One feature of the Society is that it has not many officers and they are chosen by the men who own the tobacco and each one has his duties clearly defined Both county and di trict boards have power to dismiss employes peremptorily The isfof the other tobacco districts in South 1ernceeded in securing twice and three times the price formerlyjobtained WORK PrieseIncreasing at Mt Sterling Mt Sterling Ky Nov 26The bur hereien earnest and crops are readily bringing ten cents per pound with an advance to fifteen dents looked for within the f Toebacco Company buyer has gone after crops as fast as they can be stripped and today recieved several thousand p oundsIHenry sold their crops at ten and ten and onehalf cents Local buyers secured 40000 pounds from William Hoskins and Arthur Jacobs at to cents Growers are enthusiastic today and say the prices being paid are thre to six tha i 1905 alI 1thoughThe organization of the Attierican So sponsihieNear North Middletown Bourbon county about 100000 pounds have bee sold at an average of ten and one quarter cents while a number of have been purch ed in Bath and Nichol by the American Tobacco Com pany at ten Cl evand twelve cents The increase in prices has great encouraged farmers and ground for to bacco next year be at a premium It is believed th rill cfbp of 1906 will bring 250000 more in the four counties mentioned than did the 1905 crop Stripping is going on all over thi section and wages are 175 and 2 per day being paid forsfuippersT Work at Winchester l Winchester Ky NovkThe k cal branch of the Burley tobacco s ciety held an enthusiastic meeting he today About five hundred acres we pledged this afternoon and the grea part of the remainder of thiS coot preenanmeetings will be held next Friday choosy delegates to the county soci The latter are to meet the next at the county seats and select one egate The delegates from the o ties in the district torif Y Committees which shall meet in this city Monday December 3 to select ar r fohandling OUTLOOK Bright for Burley Growers Says Secretary H E Swain Smithfield Ky Nov 17 OGfor two the Grow frganizationt tempts have met with disaster and the growers have given up the idea of ever getting any more than 7 cents per pound along the route proposed by the Kentucky and Ohio Burley Association Ftilures are often a blessing in disguise although I say we failed twit o perfect an organization yee w profited much We growers are no whipped although we have been routed twice IIDecember 1st will find us thousand strong and this time with an army that has burned its bridges after crossing over We are profiting by the mistakes made heretofore Ve do not need any money to buy thi tobacco for we already own it Ou organization has set the price fair to manufacturer and producer alike 15 cents is not too much for a good merchantable crop of Burley tobacco ojf burning our bridges be rhindt does that mean It means that we growers say Mr Duke you have not treated usI right since you have been setting the price for us We have not received fair living price for our tobacco an damnIeither pay 15 cents for good tobacco or no tobacco We a z going to pool this tobacco and in doing so pledge it to the White Burley To redrynnot less than oef cannot it for less than 15 cents per found It matters not whether it be sold next year or not It may be stock on hand for fire years or more for it is irrevocably pledged t to be sold for fifteen cents or more Wne care not money Mr Duke Thse more he the for us for h can then pay us 15 cents cash on deify ery when if he didnt have so much andywe at all We any invite one orraniIzationgan zation or The larger notJpoolaIn union there The grim thestre L up his time he has worked fourteen hours a day and fourteen months in the year and has nothing to show for it except that he has stuck to it like a if the growers will stick to an kl1owheI it guarantees him 15 cents per pound for a good crop of merchantable crop of tobacco I am from Missouri and you will have to show me that he wont Yours truly SeqyBurey1Tobacco f Speaking Appointments j I Hon M F Sharpe will address th people at the following places and times for the purpose of organizing A S of E Locals Mackville Wednesday night Nov 28 Willisburg Nov29 2 p m SHarpsyille Friday Nov 30 2 p m Polin Saturday Decl 2 p m poresville Monday Dec 32 p m F Fredericktown Tuesday Dec 4 pm Texas Wednesday Dec 5 2 p m 1 Pleasant Grove Wednesday night Dec 5JCOMB TOOTH Coughed Up And Child Regains Its Power I of Speech A little eightyearold son of Mr W eH Smith who resides in the St Rose hisepower of speech althougth specialists made every effort to locat the cause of the trouble they me with repeatad failure and finally deJi tided that a severe attack of pneumon ia from which the child had just ire covered was responsible for the child vocasweekrs ago the child coughedup a common hair comb tooth and immediately be gan to talk It speaks as plainly nog as ever and the father and mother are rejoiced A FINE f HORSEd Will Be Given to Washington ProtectiveeBreeders Asso 7 fdation LexIingtthoroughbr ses it was decided to set on foot i the distribution of thorough lions throughout different Kentuckv under such c make them available fj meg ally raised on Te plan is and pr mises The sugges J M Ca was apd i din arid plan f t HIGH SCHOOL t MATTERS y Entertainly Discussed By One Who Knows Things Thtjrtra Society Holds Enjoyable Meeting Many Notes of Interest 1 ift 7 thre Thanksgiving vacation and will not take up till Monday next Hume was going to Mackville during Thanksgiving but found it would be bined and so we will continue to see him on our streets and his presence will not be forgotten even by the Seventh grade in the midst of his jturkey and cranberries Things to be thankful for PrimoThat the longtailedcoat may in the wisdom of providence and by the long result of time sooncease to its 2SecondoThat there are curtains in the seventh and eighth grade rooms even if the students did have to throw in and buy them for the trusteesBWhat matters it if they ingly thin TeruoThat there are such things as Saturdays so that Rich may go bird hunting QuartoThat the teachers aretto form a literary society so that they will find out what work really is JunitoThat Christmas is coming and thrbig debate A Riley evening in the Literary and Debating ociety was held last Friday arid was enjoyed by all for it novelty About twenty recitations were delivered all of them by the Hoosier poet Some of them were excellently ren dared After they were finished Prof RileyeIndianapolistas a fellow n Several musicalnum bets were given Miss Mary Haydon sang Tell Me Will My Dream Come True She was accompanied by Nellmandolin and by Miss Sue Ray on the guitar Hearts and Flowers was played by Misses Cox and Simms ac guitaryquartette pf Ray and Nunan and Messrs Thompson and Hum played a medley consisting oi HOld Kentucky Home Naschtucke by Shumann and Last Hope byI Gottschalk A quartette consistingof Messrs Colvin and Waters and Misses Haydon and Ray sang Crossing the Bar The society will meet in two weeks and debate the question Resolved that U S Senators should be elected by the direct vote of the people We had always thought Spring had been reserved for Layers poets and Ithe lunatics that it was the season when fancy lightly turned to thoughts but all seasons and all places not enough for certain lovelorn swains For instance some fellows l ute the pUl8C of incongruous Riley to their own base Ige to make a chance to llie this Inmy mid when the dying embers dows over wall and all Iietimes if that life is not has no helpmeetsfgn elf if it is good for man to and then a face springs upon bers and as I gaze upon it at my question has been an sob Why dont you be ir and end or mend the mat 1t king her venth Frwe has elected its for the Christmas entertain a is insured LIIersiJft1ol Rodman 1IcCJainns The question will b etheMondny and work of pre u1 i gr0indeed sorry to repast a tent to ope of ourjMVenth last week WhiphttiitiB Saturday AL idaf1 twoIs gun man ltis- i so badly that it was found to amputate two of t tf1 Dr Bards performed the diffica i fnl operation and says it ral weeks before A R lies to his work in school fI rIt If Frank Yankey and Ben F Sii i i carry their threats into execution tl MMK 1 will be no use to go hunting ft tj Thanksgiving It is just possible tif r that after they have finished tijij rstit r + bits and partridges that they HW jr cause trouble among the turkeys t LOVeIY LONG RUN CORItESPQ EMt Death of Mrt tJ Miss took i Bro P Walker aesis led by ReV B Flanery of Browns 111 began a meeting with Wesley Chapel chtuncfc ion the night of the 7th Bro iFtlwho did the pcecl w a r 4r speaker His sermoWi +p iiaiiMl rhoston the of the 26th Iwiiaiilea twelve converts The meeting through out was harmonious and enjoyed by all L want to say in this connection that one does not hear the sharp c ting expressions from the pulpit th were uttered a decade ago The clerj as well as laiety haye learned from ex penence that the kingdom of heaven is not extended in that way but Is won by love If the world is ever brought to the feet of Jesus it must be done by His followers manifesting a spirit of forbearance and love that characterized the Master Has he went about doing good Love iike Miss s Booth a daughter of General Bootk of Salvation Army fame sowered riJa poor outcast of her own sex as 1lhe r threw her loving arms around her neck saying Oh that I could love yoa into the Kingdom of God Love like this is what the world needs what it has been hungring for for nearly six thousand years It has h drenMi h of- unkindness dnd censure and it expect- better things of those whofwoaW live a Christlike life We talk of the diflr f event modes of water baptism which is well enough in its place but Whak the followers of the lowly Nazarene need today is baptism off love whea have received into our hearts suck f ian inflow bf this heavenly stream theaij Ii all Hard thoughts feelings rind express ions will have been washed away m Jr f i the pure fountain of Gods love arcs brethren will dwell together in pcac and harmony and the world will jill at the foot of the crossi There will be a Thanksgiving pat Texas Bro Purdom will the sermon Mr Samuel Taylor died afc hiijioBie Prathers Creek on th6 21 fry firmities due to old age He warabout eightyone years old B o Walkec conducted the funeral at his house af er which the body was buried in whit is known as the Bug grave yard We have known the deceased silt our lives and JoJQked upon him as a Christian j ai having been mernber of the MtHhiry dist church for sixtythree yers i i kSundaymornlDg in twentyfourth yeara w t bero f the Wesley Chapel ciurchi funeral was preached tpi tchurch by Rev BF following day after v iehmains were laid away iswraV yard t0rtvwlt t f many Weexto ifeaved onei I iITnKch ckrefMXf ar oeldck = McCHORD INDORSED iilll IIIII Cimmireial Club Indorsts Hon CJi McOhord and itt Rittmrninds Him to The People I Lebanon Enterprise At a called meeting of the Commercial Club Wednesday evening the following resolu tions endorsing the Hon C C Mc Chord as Railroad Commissioner and recommending him highly to the people of the District for reelection were adoptediWhereas The Commercial Club of the city of Lebanon recognizes the fact that the most important office at this time to be filled by the people is that of Railroad Commissioner The proper regulation of freight rates to be charged by Railroad Companies is a newand live question that is not only vital and personal to every citizen of the State of Kentucky but to every citizen of the United States The success of the effort to regulate these rates by law depends entirely upon the character and efforts of the person that we elect as our Railroad Commissioner The Lebanon Commercial Club has learned through the public press that our present Commissioner from this the Second Railroad Commissioners District the Hon C C McChord will probably have opposition in his race for reelection and that this opposition has been engendered by certain corpor ations whose hostility Mr McChord has incurred by his fearless discharge of his duties as Chairman of the Railroad Commission of this State Be it therefore resolved by the Lebanon Commercial Club that this Club and the people of Kentucky at li large owe a debt of gratitude to Mr McChord for the brave fight he made as our Snator in passing the law giv ing the Commission power to fix just andreasonable rates to be charged by Railroad Companies in this State and in battling with these Companies in the lower courts and in the Supreme Court of the United State where the law was upheld Not only that but in conjunc jrtionwith his fellow Commissioners he put the law into practical effect by is suing an order reducing freight rates 4upon very article shipped by Railroads 5 Thanksgiving 1906f j peaceFQrFor watchcare that shall never cease Our grateful tributes Lord we pay singThyTo thankofferingThis For ways made plain to weary feet For each Godgiyen promise sweet For love oerflowing and complete layWithWe gladly come dear Lord to Thee to Gulf from Sea to Sea This glorious Thanksgiving Day For ripened grain that fertile fields Great recompence for toihncr yields For love that from dread danger shields Along this earth lifes toilsome way We kneel dear Lord with hearts that swell With love and joy no tongue can tell And render thanks that all is well With us this blestThanksgiving Day The cycle of the year rolls round And still thy love and care abound Still refuge in Thy arms is found we sing our songaof praise Teach us dear Lord to know thy will Help ug dear Lord our hearts to fill and and love until AUdays shall be Thanksgiving Days Will M Maupn Sells More of Chamberlains 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 sells on its own merits Mr Thos George a merchant at Mt ElginOn tario says I have had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Rem edy ever since it was introduced into ada and I sell as much of it as I f all other lines I have on my shel put together Of the many dozens old tinder guarantee I have not had one bottle returned I can personally recommend this medicine as I have used it myself and given it to my chil dren arid always with the best results For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass I fPERSONA The king of the Hellenes cotsdoor handles of which he has thou sands 7 William III originated Englands national debt by obtaining a bun in 1694 Mrjt Esther SJDamon qf Plymouth Vtfs the only livIng widow of any yearsiaLouts XIV of Prance brought bil Jiards into favor In the seventeenth century because his doctor orderai t him to take exercise after his meals r1nce Henry of Prussia has been ippolnted commander in chlejt of all the German squadrons Jn active serv icsJ Jig succeeds Admiral von Koes r ier Who retains the pbt o4 chief in t over their lines He has shown himself true and faithful to the people and at the sametime just to corporations His reputation as an expert on the question of nftlonalSecond RailrOad- Companies are seeking in the Courts to defeat the rates thus fixed by the Corff mission and when his battle for the people is nearly won this club would esteem it a public c ilamity should the reelection of Mr dcChord not be as sured No other npn in the entire State could take up the work at this critical time and with the same skill prosecute it to a successful conclusion Third That the Hon C C McChord haying been reared in our community we the CommecialfCiub of Lebanon Ky composed of citizens of every oc cupation who know him nest commend his candidacy to the shippers business men and people generally and ask that they look to his candidacy as the best mean of promoting the greatest good to t tie mass of our peo pIe Fourth That a opy of these resolu tions be presented by the Secretary to Hon CC McC ordand that our county papers be requested to publish them JOHN JARR WR JOHNSTON A WTE MERKLEY RvjD THORNBURY RN WATHEN During the meeting considerable dis pleasure was in evidence due to the fact that the Commercial Club is supposed to be a nonpohtical organization and as such it was considered ghly out of order to permit the introduction of any question before it calculated to invite dissension among its members by reason of their political differences The feeling however was not strong enough to defeat the purpose of this meeting but it was strong enough to carry a motion just before the adjourn ment that in the future no measure of a political nature would be tolerated spector of the navy The emperor o f China has a house hold consisting of 500 persons includ ing 30 bearers of state umbrellas and an equal umberof fan bearers 30 physicians a surgeons 75 astrol ogers 76 cooks and 60 priests The duke of Rutland has the walls of his castle adornhwith thousands of horseshoes the collection having been begun centuries ago The late Queen Victoria was a donor and an other shoe was given by Queen Elizabeth king John of Abyssinia has decreed that the nose of any one of his sub jects found taking snuff shall be cut off while smoking and chewing tobacco forfeits life In Morocco per sons disobeying the sultans decree oi prohibition of smoking are imprisoned and flogged through the streets Dr Kenealys speech in the English Tichborne trial lasted 110 days but the longest continuous talk is supposed to have been achieved In the legislature of British Columbia when a member who fwasin a minority of one succeed ed out a bill by speaking 26 Hours without intermission Subscribe for The Sun LOO year if t t It Costs- Nothing To findout whether or nc affected One ha4a weak hea1 youitsec uences If yo flutteringhungry t you cannot lie ort 1 you have fainting 0 ing spells pain aro in side and arms you psDrliev yOU Try a b see how quickly you will improve IMileshearhadIn my heart back and tobreath I lion would cause palpj could not lie on my athiseMiles resultbetterhaving pained 14 pour monced taking it I 1 twtluaventInce MRS LIU Upper Dr Miles Heart wJthehe will refund your nj Miles Medical Co ARM NOTES BT TOT It 13 to be supposed that our farmer friends have already attended or are planning to attend some agricultural fair These expositions of farm stock and products provide the farmer with the yearly comparison sheet by which he can discover wherein his own methods may be improved The display of fine stock and farm and garden crops inspire new tnd higher Ideals for the farmer towards which icon sciously or unconsciously he works during the rest of the year tie re solves that seed selection and wise fertilization shall give him a igger anj better stand of corn or grain next yfcar His eyes feast themselves upon the choice breeds of cattle sheep and hpgs and he hears some suggstions about improved methods of breeding He aakens to the fact that his own careless methods have resulted in de teriorAtion of his own live stock and resolves that he will begin to grade up that he will get new blood Into his hogs hind cattle and that he will even breed really fine mare to as good a sire as he can find in place of the scrub stallion he had used before and from which he had colt of inferior grade And is the display of farm al Obtalntaways is fascinating There is always which the enterprising are putting out for the lessening and cheapening of the work on the farm and it pays the farmer to keep posted as to the latest and best farm machin ery whether he is ready to invest in it or not Many a suggestion is se cured from the study of improved farm implements which may be adapted to tho old machine without any Infringe meat of patent Then there is the dis play of domestic things which always Interest the wife and give to her thoughts and plans in reference to the work of the house and kitchen which will prove helpful all through the year The fair Is a great educator and of all the events of the year should be the last to be missed by the farmer If you havent any extra fine corn or grain or cattle sheep or hogs to exhibit make it a point to see what others have to show Make mental comparisons with the products of your own farm and then resolve that there Is going to be something doing on your place the coming year which will bring you up closer Into the ranks of the progressive uptod ate farmer When it comes to framing laws for the protection of game the farmer should have a voice in the matter or at least be consulted for oftentimes sportsmansIHampshire this has been strikingly demonstrated It appears that the In those sections are so numer otis and so fearless that they have become a nuisance The animals invade the farmers domain eat their fill and destroy much more than they eat The pampered game Is finicky in appe tlteI A deer will take a dainty nip out of ahead of cabbage leaving the bulk uneaten but Valueless for the market Thus a whole patch may be ruined Other vegetables and grain and fruit are spoiled in the same ruthless manner or trampled down by the predatory beasts and the total loss from this cause is heavy But the laws aYe stringent and when a farmer shoots a deer or even chases one away with a dog ae is punished severely This does not appear equitable and the New Hampshire farmer regardsjbim relf as entitled to relief And as the farmer is a power In the state the probability Is that thftrelief will be forthcoming when the legislature grasps the inwardnes of the situation Plowing is an art Who but the educated type of farmer would look at it in such light but such it is and to turn a good even furrow requires years of practice In some farming communities the skill of the man be hind the plow is tested by competitive contests Jn some counties in Illinois there are regularly organized associations that hold matches every seasonand whenever such associations exist it is a noticeable that there Is a better grade of ng done Here is a suggestion Jur community if it does not ale hold such plowing contests t lies on rural mall routes jew mission of usefulness fly horseless vehicles o rural mall carriers u are using such are now able to about two hours jhing like eight wagon were a experl winter WF Dr WF Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your insurance Drs RoBards Hyatt Office oyer McElroy SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICEHOURS J 7to9am 1 4to8pm Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J Office Hours 12MI to 2 P M Dr J H HopperSIRI- NGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 Dr W Wa Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Night 109 T SCOTT ATTYATLAW MAYES t Springfield Ky Will In thb courts of Washington- and adjoining codntiea in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts C C McCHORJA- TITYATLAW Spri gfield Ky Will practice iu all Stato and Federal Courts WD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice ia tne courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the conrtaofAp PeRIL W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky in tho courts of Washington- and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky BuildingWill Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield JCy specialtyWillable Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KYJ OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Deeds and Contracts HavobeenTHOS J Graves CXXXXXX OOOOOOOOCX5OOOOOOOOO MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY URSENight 06 8 I I I I Investigationf f shpws that many good watches 1k are spoiled by tampering No matter how little you suppose ii bettePHAVE ME FIX IT A whole lot of damage can he done by those who are not ac- quaintedg with the delicate mechanism We know watches theyJit doesnt go just right i I JAS J GRAVES CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Cth4 IINCOR POHATBDl 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 solicit your patronage Rates reasonable Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL President M Genl Manager L and N Railroad Time r Incoming Trains I Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstottn Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville rr OutgoingTrainsi jLeaves Springfield Bardstown Bardstown Junctn at Louisville TIJE SUN AND Both papers yr Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175- Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World L75j Home and Farm v 125 American Agriculturist 175 15QAIIericanBreeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside175Re- riew of Reviews 325 ts Magazine 285 Scribners 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 unnv South 150 CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 640 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 dailyCourierJournal days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 280 dailyiThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 00 ciaooooooaoaooDTHE FIRST F National oF Bank i 0 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY o iICAPITAL 50000 Surplus 3nd Undivided 5 Profits 25000 o OFFICERS B L Liteoy President John W Lewis VicoPreaident 0 A C McElroy Cashier LB Cain Aast Cashier 0 B E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS B L Litsey J W Lewis IDCla iookJ Scott Mtyos 0Edelen H M Grundy IJno 0 Polin We grant every favor consistent o with safe banking If you have not already an account with this f bank we invite your patronage o QO OqOQQQQQQQQ LELAND HUME Scy dI Asst Genl txrl onlyNo th25p m 735 6SO 600 Daily No 42 525am 612 655 745If DailyLNo j 1240 p fn 1100 a m 906 730 V Suny orily Iso 190ri 715 am 800 845 935 I T D 1rbleIDaily No 41 llSP m 606 522 430 Daily No44 lOOp m 220 410 pm 545 p m ort OOOOPODpDO THE- o WaterI MA ST- HEof FLOURIMEALJ I In Springfield and ma 2 other sectioins of Washingtoit S county ourbrands are sol I Buy them and get THE BEST I I D SUTHERLAND CHAPLIN KY 0 S0S0SllSO OfO O O0lQ1 YOUNEEDt SALVE CURES 1Yoaneedit Salve manufactured by J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one qf the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its wonderful curativeproperties Dr ThoaiM now has on file in his office 1426 taU monials coming from people who hav been cured or greatly benefited theput year This Is a new salve having beea on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials cdme as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For SaleiBy All Druggists DR J W THOMAS Hodjfenville Ky r COwv The Daily Herald AND TheT JP t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER J8 1906 il Mf Id I s f 1 wj ff i K f t o t CHRISTMAS TURKEYS I0001 i MI1 I Deliver Them Next Thursday and Friday r y J MH JONES H j I f r r t k r I f n I BY THE WAY I RECEIVED SOME 1 MEAN BUSINESS day coCityTo Loafers and Immora Charactersot Harrodsburg Herald One of the best laws on the statute books the law against vagrancy It has been en forced an many places with beneficial results and at its meeting Tuesday night our City Council passed the fol lowing which will do much to relieve the congestion of loafers that almost blocks trafic on our streets Whereas It has come to our know fedge that there are in Harrodsburg a number of people of both colors and both sexes leading idle desolute or immoral lives arid who have no visabl- means of support and such people be ing a menace to the good order and peace of the community it is therefore ordered that the officers of this city arrest all such persons and carry the 4 before the Police Court for trial upo a charge of vagrancy and it is fur ther ordered that e cht officer of this city make diligent search for all such WePethe members of the board of council request the mayor to make this proclar tion and we pledge our support to the strict enforcement of the law in accord ante with the above order CD THOMPSON Mayor LEE CURRY Clerk Adopted Nov 201906 The Endless Procession- SThe following is from Mark Twain Autobiography in the North American Review A myriad of men are born thoy bor and sweat and struggle for brea they squabble and scold and figh they scramble for little mean advan tages over each Qther age creeps up them 111IK111UIOU follow shame and humilations bring down their prides 1 and vanities those they love are taI ken from them and the joy of life is turned to aching grief The burden of pain care misery grows heavier year jear at length ambition is dead prideis dead vanity is deadf10rging for release is in their place It corn at lastthe only unpoisoned gift earth ever had for themand they vanish from a world where they were of no consequence Where they achieved thing where they were a mistake anf a failure and a foolishness Mere thep l have left no sign thahey have exis teda world that w lament them a r and forget th forever Then another myriad tak their placeand- pies all they did i goes along the profitless roa and vanishes as they vanishedtoice room for An and anotherid a million other yriads to follow e same arid path through that sameesert and plish what the firsiyriad and accomI mYriads that comter it ednothing SUNFLOWEPHILOSOPHY Some peen arable to talk all day about nothing IDoc1asEven If yoi a good thing Jell thouecompliments JMhy woman ceelfiattereI to be tola looks like Perhaps Sh ks like a u e two tliree frinWhat hecOme the old fash ioned Bibl t contained pictures of the Garde Eden with Adam and Eve takenthe altogether Ins es tip and you will find that jealousy Is more peopld to insane asylums 4 any other thl grIt will even do rink in making a record AnotWnfair thing in life The bride vp wJalth of hair wears a veil bye g aom who has a bald spot a all needs a roil to cover it ist privilege i S- 1ter matptithe mother of every liom1T nblp Woman She is th- eatnld r om all the troubles are li n IRan Globe 4PeacetIt r It months of the RussiaJa thonerpreparation and the earl Y sAeaktji ngled their roofs in dry w preparationhistory en The inclivi dual a well nr tion sit old be prepared fo r e Bendy re you prepared u lly dumb t the first cold yo morese c ntrarted nd before it has be ttled in th system Chamber ough Rem jdy is famous for anoi ry feliable dcalei in the lilu Iz i f J r lz r q 3 HIVE COAL is r i t SYCAMORE VALLEY Tobacco stripping scenes to be the order of the day atjltended AgnesIMesdames James and Sebe Coulter and daughter Effie Sam Sidle and Mrs w Sutherland spent Thursday withfTVIrs J D Sutherland Mr Carl Sweeney of Shelbyville srafent Saturday night and Sunday with is sister Mrs J S Thomas Mr J D Sutherland was in Willis burg Saturday on business Misses Jessie Neal Zelma Mcllvoy and Mometmd Annie Crook spent Sunday with JJ H Settles J W Sutherland sold a fat hog to Mrs N Scott for 6 cents per pound parentsMr Charlie Hines sold his place to Mr Will Harmon Mr Hines starts for Mason county Thursday looking for a location Prof J T Prather has moved to Wiilisburg Everett Scruggs has moved to the house vacated by Mr PratherMr Shewmaker has sold his place to Mr A L Litsey Mr Shew maker bought a place on the Springfield and Mackville pike two piles from Fenwick IJ TATHAM SPRINGS We have had quite a flood since our last writing and the river was higher than it has been in 23 years Much damage was done Mr Bernice Graham of Sharpsville was here last week on usiness Mr John Brown wife and daughter spent Friday night and Saturday at the Shirleye regular ap pointment here Sunday Mr Merrel Pinkston and wife spent jIiMr and spent last Saturday at the home of W N Keeling JohnlRoyalty ill at the presents g Tilt SUN 1 BE1MHl fiBrr fr BenJJohnson Injured Kentucky Standard Congressman Ben Johnson of this placer had a nar row escape from serious injury resulting from an unmanageable horse Mon day morning He started from hjs home in Bardstown for Elizabethtown- to attend the funeral of Mr D P May When near Boston his horse became frightened and he was thrown from his buggy He received injurys to his wrist which will prevent him from his hand for several days andsufferkd so much pain that he was unable to proceed on his journey but was forced to return to Bardstown Mr Johnson had a very narrow escape with his life Registered Stock Farmers Home Journal W S Gibbs of EngleWood Stock Farm has regis tered his filly Elsie Dare 3797 by Chestnut Dare 897 dim Black Beau 3267 by Beau Brummel of Kenmore 800 This youngster gives promise of a bright future having won two blues at Springfield and is a sister to Louise Dare 3268 the twoyearold mare who won every blue in her class at Harrods burg Springfield and Bardstown Official Vote The official vote in the Congressional race in the Fourth district at the recent election is as follows Counties Johnson Heavrin Brc kmrIdge13 120H 841 2H5 1100 1276 21HardinMarion12 616 Meade 9Q 367j 331OhioTaybr 829 41- 7Washington1 6i 547 Hart i1083 1068 LaRue L 799 439 9819Johnsons Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now o f Grays yule Mo three of my customers were bydrand strong today One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but Discovery a short time he fouud it unnecessary to so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as1 the inexistenceSurest at and Lung healer Gugtrantetd rCJHaydtiri Drug Help Wanted The cry is lo iHelpIwanted It is advertised page after page in the want columns It has come with the intensify of extreme need from the wheat and corn field of the- West It is raised by the manufactur ing industries whose busy wheels are revolying and whose forges are blaz ing from ocean to ocean The rail roads cry Help wanted They want men to operate their shops and trains Help wanted cry the mercantile establishments they want clerks car riers and packers Help wanted cries the frantic housewife unable to1 get labor for the kitchen The sounds of industry make an orchestralmarch of prosperity in which the only discor dant sound is the cry for labor Neyer was there a time in which la dayNeverbetter paid and better housed The number of emptoye s in 1905 in the manufacturing industries of the countries was over 33 per cent greater than the1 average of the ten year period from r 1890 to 1900 The averag Wages per percenthigherten year period named The total amount of the pay rolls m 1905 was over 52 percent higher than the aV age of the past ten year period Wages were 16 higher in 1905 than in 4904 and over 6 per cent more persons were yearThisBureau of Labor covering conditions in 1905 and it is notorious that the employment ot labor in 1906 has been on a still grander scale aris them all and the demand for labo continues greater than the sUpplyx There are men out of work and seeking employment it is true but the number of these is less than in former years and the lack of employment in these busy days can only be accounted for bY the fact that the man has missed his vocation that js to say that he isasquare peg trying to get into a round holeExThe J n 1 per year Moved u l My Repair shopls now located in the large room on Main Street recent y occupied by Carpenters Meat Market J Come to See Me I am prepared to do all kinds ofI repairing Have added a harness re r IP pvirsh to business Clothes Cleaning and Pressing twill be made a specialty its Geo B O- tr f r 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1906 SPRINGFIELD SUN XaSUflD EVERY WEDNESDAY IUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor avid Publisher Bttered at the ppstoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission e b u secondclass matterlyI TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION SL3oiths4 Months 25 IVIn writing to have your address Jways give the postoffice to which your yow WERE TWO YEARS OLD Today The Springfield Sun is two years old J And were just arunning along the nicest sortrjumping a ditch now and then and meeting draf- every day making footprints in the sands of time and looking to the future for an abundance of prosperity And we hope someday to be in shape to endow a college pay Washington county priests and preachers thousand per year extra own a stable of racers and two hundred acres of land across thefertile bottoms of which we may chase a rabbit with our own dear old hound But we wont be able We fear we wont we know w wont Alas some other fellow will beat us to it Because w are possessed not of the limbs of a doe nor the greedof a sow But prajse the Lord He hath given us the power to see the glint of a star behind the dark clouds and to hear in the prat tHrig voice of a little child the sweetest of music And we aint got rio kick to make because the banks of Springfield are not Ditching sugarteats to us in or der to get our business Tomorrow is thanks day The boys in the office will go rabbit hunting the young lady will go to cburchandwe are going over behind the big press and thank the Lord that we have enough paper orr hand to print next weeks edition of The Sun During the past two years we have accomplished some things over which we might toot a horn and beat a gong but there is a town ordinance against unusual wetprefer to move along in the even tenor our way sopping sorghum three times per day and sleepin in the folds of a mammoth feat h er bed at night the microbe id to the contrary notwithstanding- We haye built up a nice subscription list advertising is good job work crowds in on us a little more each week and we are very much pleased with our business thank you We have made some enemies as well as some money A news paper that cant make enemies 5 and money will soon quit business If it lacks the skill to tou chit the tender spots of some folks is no more than a hobo upon the boulevard of journaJismt We have made some friend and they are very dear to usr 1dearer than the money we have made The good warm handclasp of a friend and the happy Godspeed he gives us are more inspiring than a pocketfulof coin notwithstanding coin buys bacon broadcloath and mansions by the sea We are going to do our best to make you satisfied with The Sun during the next year If prosperity smiles upon you if happiness with a gentle footfall goes through the corridors of your souls we will be happy with you If into you heart the shadows treep if baby responds to anangehscalIif mother fathert sister brother dway fro m these earthly tenementsandyeu with bowed head see naught bujt darkness and hear naught but theiscream of the sea gullwe will be sad wijh you IThe Sun is i per year cash GOV BECKHAMS S1NCERETY Dr EL Powell pastor of the First Christian churcty of Louisville again charges Gov Beck ham with insincerety But in deed there is chance for Dr Powell to be mistaken very bad mistaken An organized band of rim- inalscomposed of highwaymen sneak thieves incendaries and cutthroatsare the proprietors generallysp king of theLouis suitrthemselves the officialrestrain ing power of the Kentucky metropolis being a little openly inclined itselfhis seen v Beckham had he the he emphatically denies that h has riot wOQldhave a pretty hard row to hoe in putting the anta gang s no respect for the laws of the ea1swearing to shackle it and jail its will find that his task is an arduous one But we believe Gov Beckham will be equal to the emergency In the past he has proven iiim self equal to quite a number ofemergencies and we oonfident ly believe that when the smoke of battlethe battle to be dears Vickliffee eckhamwill stand upon the hieflag at the fleeing remnants the legions of Unrighteousnes and proclaim The laws of th Commonwealth must be obeyed Close the lid Sing the and give us a strain of Dixie Lan and vvell all go marching on Candidly we have never been a mrooterthat is we have never pitched our hat up and whoopeed for him except when ie was the nominee of out party But some how he h always managed to knock t persimmon without a lift from u However we have never o pease him In his past races for nomi nations we could see no good reason why we should either advocate or oppose his election and we were neutral But during the past two veeks we have experienced a change of heart toward Gov Becjcham and we are now ready to pitch our hatup and holler Some day we may get a seat in the band wagon the vehicle is fullup now and fifty or sixty thousands hovs are waiting to get in therefore bemake application for a place This change of heart was n brought about because of Bed hams victory over McCreary norbecause he is the Democratic nominee but because of a little story a friend told us riots cam paign story for he did not tell us until two weeks after the election Arid thus the story runs A relative of one of Springfields hon ored citizens on behalflof the saloonkeepers of Louisyille aiI though jn nowise connected with thee whisky interests saw Gov Beckham in Frankfort and sa i to himHI come to you with a message from Louisyille saloon keepers I hope said the GoYerno they have decided to keep their places closed on Sunday Not that replied the gentleman Its a proposition I ami authorized to say to you that they will give you 10000 majority in Louisville if you will agree not to interfere with Sunday open ing The gentleman says the Gov ernor eyed him sharpely before replying and when the reply came it was very briefand em phatic Say to those people jp ville said the Goyernbr that if will make no such nefarious C f trade And further say to them that it matters not whether I am electedor defeat d obey the laws ofl this wealthjThis conversation is McCrearyt what took place iri dos before the re ent And Louisville ave 8600 majority On the face of hings it looks very much like Grc v Beckham is sincere and in aineand that the trading in Loi isville was car ried on among the other fel lows usbanasay ME TOI Gentlemen arid fellow citizens the turkey is a pcjdr unfortunate bird because it IS so much loved by mankind The farmers of the country ave no desire to form a trust bilfthey now realize that the dev fireeThe man who has the mumps the measles and an ingrowing toe nail oughtto be thankful that he is not afflicted with the itch Cobnt your blessings today and be thankful tomorrow Count your blessings COUNT BoriiJ de Castallane aint got no blessings to COUNT Burley tobacco is worth Inc a pound but the price willnever be realized unless the farmers stand together =determinedly and demand The most powerful man upon farmers noofdesire to demand of the markets proedupts He is honest and stands rightYnow aware he is dealing with a dishonest set of trust magnates and that he must employ strenuous methods to bring the trust to taw The sugar trust has been fined tesaailhcompany A pd si gar ofdQThis week and next week the farmers of Washington county will be given an opport joinIthe American Sc This society is doing a great work throughout the country and every farmerevery citizen interested in the welfare of the farmer should become a member of in A Sof E Local The Burley Situation becomes better as the American So ciety of Equity grows stronger In school notes this week we find ofttie following uA Riley evening in the Literary and Debating Society was held last Friday noveltyAbouted all of them by the Hoosier poet Had the affair been properly adver tiled a large crowd no doubt would have come out to hear Mr Riley de liver these twenty recitations HARDESTY MrsIJ It Gray and Misses Oll and Martha Gray spent Monday with Mrs Eliza Carney sMr Sam Goodlett and wife spen Sunday with Mr W S Y Goodlett and family Born to the wife of Mr John Gary a girl To the wife of Jess Wbakley a j Emma Yancey and children spent Sunday with her moth s Lucy Sale Mr and Mrs J R Gray efMr turned home after a visit fives In Mercer county There will be preaching at the first Saturday and Dec ember 3Unda4n Mr J R Grays near being destroyed by after noon Mr and Mrs Gray had one to spend the evening with a neighbor when some one seeing smoke comin out of the house called Mrs Grays at throughsbut the1 usewaSsaJ byilthe skillful use otthebucket f JC7f r + + + Curiosity I + r Indicates TLhttIt is to do but little to 1necessary thinking realize that the High Art C ravanette Coatis the best on the market tv you yetwouldis not arain protection but a coat thats good on all occasionsraibr shine See this stock of serviceable coats and u will fir toequalXientfits better because only the bast handwork and finest trimmings are put into them WIILadies and Misses 4+ Wantt tS r t+ Well that is allyou have to sayJ when you come m our store and you shjall hate that suit one of the brest that can be made and one you will always like not the kind that looks rusty after a few days wear but one that is always good 1 Itt W + + t LOOK fOR IT EVERY WEEK Lost Notices Found Notices For Sale For Rent Notices 1Etc will CAS be printed at put 1 c ntI 1paper down a of this columnI BOWLING ALLEYL D Baker Cos Bowling Alley open every day and night In building formerly cu pied by Allen S Begemans harness shop WARNING You must not hunt on my farm I mean yOU it matters not what color you are your stand erIieePoff JNO Y MAYES ency burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want When you want ii picture framed remember I make frames to order G TAYLOR FOR SALE 25 acre stalk in 70 acre field Field has not beon grazed- Booth Ca rico LOST FOB LOCKETOn November 23 between Springfield and Mr Sullians on the Bloomfieid pike a locket horses head enclosed in horse shoe set with small diamonds Reward if left at Mammoth Bronze Turkeys with the best of breeding and markings Extra fine birds from prize winning stock J Ifairs or more not related For big r Cloaks ThiUtist Styles ThiFinist Material The owe st Prices We hav a fine lot of Ladies and Missc Cloaks and Suits made in vry tasty styles and of the fine material that can be bought or the money We want to enburage you to buy Jo or B tbone large RF D Ky th reliable partieA is wanted at on yOr putting metal dlold turnpike id running from Wlllisburg pike Mackville You are Requested to fiver road at once and miike bid FARM FOR S LE164 aj One and onehalf miles rom Spriield good small dwelling mall teE house good barn 36 x 36Vell way plenty of locust posts PHce aer acre A Bargain for wants a place close to LAKE If I see you there I will havearrarit issued for your arrest Tmis ties to people of all colors frieincy foe alike LUTHJERN NOTICE Notice is herebm ft that I have not authorized anyt1 bu tobacco for me or in my nat the American Tobacco Compan on s claiming to buy for me or j me are doing so without myt or authority and anyone sellirl my person claiming to represent so at their OWl peril as I will r e sponsible for any such purchasl Dec 12 H M I All persons having claims agai e estate of Arch Wheeler deceaSe present same to either of theim1 irk themselves indebted to the ej will please settle same before JanlT 1st 1907 ELVIN BIR Adm of Arch Whjl f W D CLAYBROOKI FARM FOR acre farm located 60 acres bottom acres in timber 125 acres in grass lays well goo d 7 room dwelling tenant house two barns both m ji1 w w A + ittweenthe ordinary shoe of today There is a material difference between the ordi nary shoe of today and the Walk Over K Shoe There is nothing ordinary about + the Walk Over it is the shoe par excellence the acme pf comfort the sub mit of style and it can be bought for i and Robertson Claybrooke CotHHf1zt1z + + COLUMNI TtKye itg homebyCityandbetter JMRsringfield WAn somefryody myfarm rIALf259 Material Difference 350 45O 5itThe 4Ot60i three never failing wells all under good fene 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 Agents MT ZION tiOne announcement was made by Rev Max well that Qur protracted meting would begin the first of December Rev Harris will assist Bro Maxwell in tarring on the meeting Mrs Emma Neal and daughter Miss Claudia and Miss GrantHayes visited iMrs Preston Neal of Chaplin last weekMiss Blanche Bonta is the guest of Mrs S EL Bishop ofsSpringfield this week 1iMiss Claudia Neal has returned from a visit to relatives near Maud fromy f a stay yith her son Mr Geo Russell ol Ash Creek 1itqeguesttown t- a1 MargfBontaand were guests of Miss Carrie Neal Sunday t Mr Howard Russell and wife and Mrs Bell Semones spent one daylast week with Mr and Mrs Geo RusSell Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the uSe of Dr Kings New Life Pills increases They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from consti ation and the ills growing out of it trength and vigor always follow their Hayidontv flygox f to of the future I t c r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1906 5 Dr ji M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block upstairs Local News Notes Full size iron beds from 250 arratIf you wish to subscribe for a paper or magazine give your subscription to Miss Josie Lee agent New line of furs at Mrs Williams Rev M Bure of Hope Rescue Mission will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening Rockers at Leachmans furniture atorefrom 125 to 1200 Salt Rising and Cream Bread received daily HAGAN BROS j Mrs Williams has recieved a new line of furs for Ladies Missesand Children A card from ReV Williams who is in St Louis visiting relatives announ ces that he is having a pleasant visitI See Leachmans bed room suits in solid oak from 1800 to 7500 Owing to sickness Rev F M will hold services Dec 1 and 2 only a theMackville Methodist church The Court day dinner given by therladies of the Methodist church last Monday was a success they having cleared about 60 Every hat in my house at greatlYre duced prices MRS WILLIAMS Davenports and couches from 12 00 up at Lea hmans A skating party will be given at th Opera House this evening by the ydun men of the town The party will b chaperond by Mr and Mrs G H Boone and Mr and Mrs W E Lehch man Luther Burns has given an order for a large assignment of toys A little girl came into his home last week and he intends that her first Christmas with him shall be a big one j A small tract of land was sold at thej court house door here Monday in the caSeof Mrs Maud Yaste vs Arch Yaste The land is situated near Polin and was bought by W F Grigsby for 260 Mrs Jerome Trent died at her home near Pulliam early this morning after a long illness of consumption Funeral services will be held at Willisburg to morrow She leaves a husband and two small children Mr and Mrs D B Sutherland an nounce the engagement of their daughter Eva E to Mr H E Roby of New Haven Ky The wedding will take place the 20th of December at the home of the bride and will be ye quiet only the immediate families tat ending Auctioneer S M Campbell reports the sale of Jessy Mann on the 20lh as only having a light crowd but every thing sold very well Shoats brought 6 cents cattle from 2J to 3J cents horses sold very well He also reports the sale of James Lester near Jenkins ville on the 21st as being largely at tended and everything sold quick arid high Rev Lander a student of the Pres byterian Theological Serriminary of Louisville preached in the Presb y terian church here Sunday morning and evening Bbth sermons were eujoyed by the large audiences Mr Lander has not yet been ordained and will not be until he completes his course at ttier semminary The people who hea him last Sunday speak in a very complimentary manner of both sermons On next Sunday morning and evening Rev Hill of St Elmo Tenn will oc cupy the pulpit at that church ACCIDENTMaster AJR Shultz while out hunting last Saturday morning met with quite a serious accide He rested the muzzle of a singleb reled shot gun on the toes of his ri foot and in some manner the gun was discharged shooting off two of the middle toes The accident occurred about three miles east of town Acol ored boy was with him at the time a n assisted him to a buggy and he was driven to town Dr RoBards amputated the toes and dressed the wounds and while itA R feels like something is missing he is pot suffering a great deal and will soon be out He went through tjie ordeal like a soldier J H LAMPTON M D r Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 3 3 3 3 333 33 if T WHARTONiRYINEI ItlEFEEE it eEEEfEFEPrEE3 3fr The marriage of Miss Bettie Irvine and Mr George L Wharton was solemnized at 130 oclock last Thursday afternoon November 22nd at the Presbyterian church It was one of the mast beautiful weddings even celebrated in Spring codecoratedted plants The alter was a massiv- bank of green made by the careful angement of handsome palms es paragus plumosa sprengeria boston- ian and sword ferns In front of this beautiful bacKground was a large arch around which was gracefully twined smilax and tulle In the center of the arch was a large horseshoe also made of tulle and smilax Festoons of smilax and tulle were draped from the four chandeliers to the large one in th center of then church where it wasY caught in a large cluster Under of the five chandeliers a horse shoe similar to the one under the arch was hung The choir railing was twined with the smilax and was filled with such a profusion of plants that it was almost invisible There seemed to bean inexhaustable supply of these hand some plants they being placed in win dows and in every possible corner of the church One of the largest crowds that ws ever in the church gathered to see tl ceremony both of the young peoll e being favorites iri society and hive many friends both in this and neighbor ing towns thtdered the following selections Ruien steins Melody inF Hearts and Flow s and the Intermezzo from Cavaieria Rusticanna Immediately preceding the arrival of the bridal party Miss Mary Haydon sangO Promise lie then to strains of Mendelssohns frand old wedding march the bridal party entered Rev W Y Davis of Louisville Ky performed the solemn mafriag rites Theushers were Messrs WhoH DireGabe Wharton was groomsmjn A Irevine gave her in marriage hen bridal party reached the arc under which they stood to take the vnvs the strains of the wedding mares ceased and the sweet melody o hubert s Serenade began and was qontnued during the ceremony After tnejeremony r HATSAT C OS T everryy my a We can please yon Style Qual ity and Price 50n CENTRe dyto Weardat cosprices Come in and see them ad you Win be surprised at the qility and style of the hat Mils Willie Knott f 4 The handsomest and most mplete line of toys ever on dis aet Confectionary The youngfolks comingeveryfrom Toytownsk j I Te0 YOUR CANDIES CAKES NUTS andseFRUITSOF ALL KINDS r eYou Want CAKE Of Course you want the best for Christmas Give us an order IIEARTLEINe CONFECTIONARY r Miss Haydon sang hI Promise Thee The bride wore an elegant travelin gown of brown chiffon board cloth with hat of soft shades of brown and violet andcarried a large shower bouquet Of white roses Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Wharton left for a short trip to jCincinnativand other points east he outoftown guests who attended th wedding were Mrs Robert Mc Ch rd Misses Elizabeth McElroy and Mi s Susan Irvine of Lebanon Mrs Sallee of Danville Mr and Mrs W Y Davis and Mr Rod Vhartori of Louisville and Mr Gabe C Irvine of Monteroy Tenn Shooting at Mitchell bUrg In a fight at Mitchellsburg Monday afternoon about four oclock Jerry Matherly a young man about 25 years ofage received a bullet wound in the bre stand side from the pistol of William Gillispie says the Danville Advocate The ball struck the breast bone glanced and came out under the right arm The physicians say the wounded man will recover unless complications set in The origin of the difficulty could not be learned Gillispiewas drinking and in an ugly mood and eye witnesses say he was responsible for the fray Deputy Sheriff Harbison arrested Gil lispie arid brought him to Danville where he was placed in the custody of Jailer Fitsgerald to await his examining trial before Judge Nichols- WILLISBURG l Help the happy hours along With a and cheery song paySpeciallyRev Lowens delivered two interesting sermons here last Sunday Miss Oda Dennis and brother Cleo spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Sammie Hale Tommy Vandiver of Harrodsburg was in our midst last Sunday Mrs Henry Cooksey arid nephew Carl Stapp of Botland visited Mrs Nancy Pinkston a few days last week Miss Sarah Keeling spent Sunday with Miss Willie Ruby Mrs Lula Armstrong spent Saturday KeelingMrsLitsey spent Sunday with her mother Mrs1tt A Shirley at this place4 A good many from this place attended court at Springfield last Monday The Sun 1 per year TELEPHONESYSTEM Of A CouotyIIs e es n e- State Washington county it is claimed has the best telephone system in the 4iFromthe county can be reached free of charge The company it will be rCi membered during the passummer ept continually employed a large crew of men perfecting the system and the cost of these improvements it is said exceed 75000 There are now over boxesin the county a year ago there were hardly 200 The rapid increase in the companys business is due not alone to the excellent system they have but to Mr Towler and his assistants must be given some credit Before these improvements were made Springfield was given free con nection with Lebanon but it was very unsatisfactory The toll now is ten cents but the improvements in the servicp together with is considered better from a business allIthe means of satisfying Mr F M Edwards the manager of the exchanges in Ma rion Washington and Green counties and he has done all in his power to bring the systems Up in these counties Ingtontiring efforts Hejis now endeavoring to interest Marion ounty in improving the system in that bounty and we earnestly believe that if those who are in terested in telephones in Marin will take Mr Edwards advice they will soon have a perfect system and like Washington county they will be well pleasedI Croup t A reliable medicine and one tha should always be kept in the home for immediate use is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack if given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears There IS ho danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other harmful drug For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass 0iY SEALSUlPTT In R S is The Only Oysters that Dare Look A PURE FOOD INSPECTOR In Tie Face ANY TIME ANY WHERE 14 5OcPer Quart Cheaper at this Price Than Any IOther Oysters at 35 Cents McElroy Shader r WWWW WW 1 Idle Money i Iwl f HY leave your idle or de posited at only3percent when Wyou can get 5 per cent net purchasing the First Mortgage Gold Bonds issued by caninvestin 11 V 500 1000 or more Nothingsafert tRealthese bonds secured Estate with insured title We have W issuing these bonds for six years and selling them to our customers with Lt out the loss of a dollar to this w or any one of its customers 1i 4 ample security in making companyt r Lt have no trouble W We usually sell these bonds bo net thebuyer 4V per cent but for the present L Aiwe are able to sell them so as W buyer 5 per cent per annum Write for particulars and uthis paper toneti t Louisville Title Coi234 Fifth Street LOUISVILLE KY + tW t +WMW l aeaeaeaeaeaeaaeDeaeaeOea aaNotes aeD Visitors In and Out of TowriA a 2 Round Up of the Weeks a Personal Newseaoeaaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaaaeae CorbinKyThompson last week Mrs John Ink of Corbin was guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson last week tMiss Josi Lee who has been quite ill for the past week with lagrippe is able to be outlMiss Mildred Head of New nope visited Miss Regina Young near town otf was a guest s Young Miss Lydia Huston of Maud washer shopping Saturday = Mrs J B RoBards is visiting her parents in Harrodsburg Mr Harry Smith attended the funeral of his aunt Mrs Eliza Smith of Bardstown Mr Ben Simms was in Louisville the first of the week on business Mr and Mrs J R Durret of Bloomfield visited at the home of Dr M W Hyatt Mrs H D Rodman of Shelby villa is the guest of Mrs H Thurman herslrter Mr F M was here Monday o Messrs Jack McChord Lynn Bush and Robert Mayes will spend Thanks giving with their parents at placeI Mr Will Brown of Maudat tended court here Monday Mrs J R Smith and daughter Miss Fannie attended the funeral of Mrs Ellen Smith of BardstoWn Mr Chas Greene who has been Coon Hollow for the st four m r1ths will spend Thanksgiving with his parents at this place Mr and Mrs G L Wharton have returned from their tour and will be with Mrs G C Wharton for the winter j Mrs Frank W Simms is the guest of friends and relatives in Lebanon Mr Ormsby Fetter of Cincinnati visiting his sister Mrs Jim Vhar ton Miss Sadie Mayes attended th dance in Lebanon Tuesday night Mrs Carrie Ryan is visiting her cousin Mrs R G Graycrof of Meade countyIMr VC McChord is attending court in CampbellsviUe =Mr Chas Tumey was in jLebanon Tuesday Mr L 0 McCarty will spend Thanksgiving with relatives in Louis ville Messrs Hood Cunningham Shaker Robertson and Harry Reid were in Lebanon Tuesday 818 81 811 fineNelsonCounty Miss Louise Wathen of Mebanon was here Monday j t IMiss Bessie Leachman is visiting ffriends in Lebanon mBrentonday I 1 tiiMrs I H Thurmanwas in Lebaj nonthe first of the week Mrs Joe and children o ItGreensburgents Mr and Mrs J A Shader Lebanonathe first of the week on business Mr John Boldnck of Lebanon was here Monday Miss EmogineHenderson of Dan vile is the guest of Mrs F M Marj tin Misses Robbie Simms and Margarl t ite Medley were in Lebanon Sunday t Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon is the guest of her mother Mrs E Sl Mayes t Mr and Mrs W T Leachman spent Sunday in Lebanon Miss Louise Settles is visiting rela tives and friends in Louisville I Mrs Will Davis of Bloomfieldat tended the Irvine Wharton wedding Wednesday Mondaysfortheir future home Mr Rod Whartdn has returned to Louisville after attending his brothers wedding Mr T Scott Mayes was in Boston Ky last week on business Mr David Shuck of Lebanon was here Saturday r Miss Althuire Medley is the guest of Miss Adelaide Kelly of Crescent HillIMr Kent Bartfer of Bardstown spent a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs J R Barber Misses Julia Parrott and Regina Young visited Mrs Will Hamilton of Calvary JIMrs Fred Grigsby and baby haveI returned home after a visit to relatives in Cnaplin MrG E Medley is at home for a few days Little Sarah Selecman Litsey of Lebanon is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs W E Selecman Mr Nick Rayof Louisville vis ited his parents Dr and Mrs W W Ray Friday eMr John Clements of Lebanon visited his brother Mr SE Cle ments Rev J A Hogarty of Lebanon spent several days with Rev P Ft HennessyIMrs McChord and daughter Miss Laura of Lebanon spent a few days here lastweekfSirs Hugh Noe and song Stith visited friends and relatives in Han rodsburg last week ir yet + 18 18 81 818 FOR SALE 81881e MONDAY DEC 10 At 1 Oclock P M1At the Court house door In Bardstown Ky the home farm of ButrCrume deceased will be sold to the highest and best bidder V This farm containing 212 acres of landlof which about 175 acres is fine jrIverbottom land has long been known as farm m Nelson County It is locatedon the Bardstown and Springfield branch of the L N R R 48 miles from Louisville and on the Beech Fork riverITERMSThis farm will be sold in two tracts dwellinghouse on each tract jI and then as a whole and the best bid accepted It will be sold on a credit of 6 12 and 18 months Purchaser required to execute bonds having forceiOt a judg r f ment with lien retained on all of said land to sequre payment thereof t m T SPALDING MG Nc C mL i VXnt e el 111C alfile J 1i r7 b 1 ifir 4 r i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1906 1 IRATHOFAQEDPhAYER JWAS1 AROUSED AT POKER AND HE 1 KILED HIS MAN VURDEKR HIDES 1R A KWE DiMith Awftltlnf All Whe Venture Tc DMCIH Mob lent on Lynch 1I I If He Comes Out Liatoa lad Nov 26The ei ht1 aaaider in Greene county this yearI committed when Louis Shulle waptled the contents of a shotgun in to Win Watson a merchant The top of Watsons head was a1I most blown off and he was left 1n a jtool of blood for over half an hour He lived over 14 hours after the shoot tar The murder was one of the most eldblooded crimes ever committed in tke county and by a mtftlwho has passed his three score years and ten Watson and Shulley had not been good terms for several months They sat in a poker game and Shulley Accused Watson of beating him out et 10 cents The matter was supposed to have keen adjusted when Shulley got up and left After an hour however he churned with a shotgun Shulley went straight to the poker room barely opened the door and emptied the contents tof the gun intoI Watson The shot took effect in the rear of the head After the firing all the men in thtIgame ran from the building and Watson lying in his blood with the brains oozing from his head Shul leys soninlaw James Head went inIearch of a physician and was met the street by Shulley who at the point of the gun demanded 5 from him The money was given to him He then went to a friends home and demanded 5 there stating that he jfcad killed Watson and upon being re fused the monoy Shulley told him of the crime and threatened to shoot him He then proceeded to the resi dence of his daughter told of his crime and when advised to give himself up stated that he would get sev eral more before he was captured The murderer took refuge in the Tower Hill mine and the oftcershave keen unable to get to him It is con sidered plain suicide io make an attempt to capture him A force of ten- seen are watching the mine and If he 4bee not come out before morning he will be smoked to death Shulley is a widower and came here three years ago from Kentucky Watson has lived here alt his life and Is survived by a widow He kill ed a man named Mason at Bicknell Ind during the first campaign of Cleveland and Harrison Mason sta- tedthat he would kill the first man that said Hurrah for Cleveland Watson gave the yell and when Ma soa attempted to shoot he was killed by Watson There is a mob organized awl should Shulley be captured he will be hanged He is 71 years old while Watson was 46 AGENT SAW ROBBER AT WORK And Wired Ahead For Officers Who Captured Him Kansas City Nov 26A lone rob lIermasked and armed robbed 15 passengers on eastbound Chicago Alton passenger train No 24 near Glasgow Mo He was arrested before he could leave the train and was taken to Glas gow and placed in jail The robbed train is known as the Early Bird It left Kansas City at 9 oclock and was due at Slater at 1227 At Slater the robber wearing a mask over his eyes boarded the rear car as the train was pulling out After the train had gained speel the man revolver in hand entered the car and began a systematic rob fiery of the passengers Fifteen of them were made to disgorgeIAs the train sow at which point it does not stov1 the man was seen at work by the station agent who wired to the chief disIpatcher of the fact Armstrong the next station east of Glasgow was notified and officers were at the station to meet the trainIwhen it pulled in When the topped at Armstrong on orders and officers boarded it they caught thoI robber redhanded He was taken with serious difficulty and upon inI etruc lons from the Kansas pity of fice was taken back to Glasgow andI placed in jail thereIRev Crapsey Retires as Minister Rochester N Y Nov 26Bowing to the will of the church but refusing to make a cowardly retraction of the belief which Induced the church to terminate his ministry Rev Alger non S Crapsey rector of St Andrews church of this city renounced his ministry in the Protestant Episcopal church in a letter to Bishop WUliamI David Walker of the cese of New York Floor Collapsed Woman Killed Newark N J Nov 26Mrs Rebec ca Schwartz was killed and a dozen other persons were so badly Injured that they had to be taken to the city hospital when the floor of the lobby of a hall used as a Jewish theater collapsed beneath the weight of people Admits Yankee Pork Rome Nov 2ftThe board ol health has decided to admit American pork into Italy without other require anents than that the regular certificate of the American department of agriculture company h j 1 t 11 f J LAKEINSURANCE ESTATES FARM ANPS and FARMS Are Increasing in Value If You Want to Buy Now is The Time IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR- rFARMPUTi IT IN MY- HANDS MAN I I am surel can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or adjoining counties I have a great manyfarms for sale good onesat reasonable prices and I am anxious to show you any one of them Remember that land is constantly increasing in value and there is hardly a remote possibility that it will decrease Indeed the man who buys a farm today may feel absolutely certain that its value will increase a third possibly half or more within a half a dozen yeas I honestly believe that you can be suited in place and price if you will call up jn me I have farms in every section of the countylarge and small and all of them are well improved I also have some bargains in town property See list in this issue of The Sun 7 No 147acres 4J miles from Springfield well watered good land good dwelling good stable blacksmith shop on farm rented close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No 3 70 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good tobacco barn plenty tbacco land good water plnse to school house and church per acre No 425 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickQry good barns wellwatered onebalf mile from school house ant church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 7 175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven mjles from town No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings go6dJ grass good dwelling Price 20 per acre No 965 acrek ninemiles from Springfield 20 acres timber yttwo houses one ba hold ten acres of tobaccbwell fenced No 1010S acres Veveh miles from Springfield 15acres gcod timber plenty good tooaccjo land good barn fine orchard good largo dwelling m fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 doom dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room good pike 3J miles from one mile from school 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 hous two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine you g orchard all kinds of and ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20 250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant 0 uses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty oi grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 51152 aqr s 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pikeim Cooney neck The best part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfiye acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School 3 miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 52135 acres 5 boom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from pike Onethird of purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 24 pet acre L itt 1 IADVER BUYERS- ARE LET ME SHOW YOU ONE OF THESE FARMS j dwellingahd dwellingon tobaccogrowing THE REAL- ESTATE believeindeed A POINT YOU WILL FIND PROPERTYHERE TO SUIT YOU B D LAKE TSE EX TENSIVELY AND FOUND milesfromgoodbarn15 per icre n 15acresplentyofNo 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield qngood pike one 9 room dtelling in good repair 2 tobacco stock barn 1 bottomt dweUinggoodcella50x60 ft uper pining layed in cement water in every field all year fine fet of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 476 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings dftobaccodwellingbarnsmoke hour orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 milefromacre easy ptymentsrNo 30111acres 3i miles fromshousefineprice 4500 pr acre iNo 31135cres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good offineNo 3275 ares 3 miles from Springfield mile from pike on good road 5 rom dwelling stock barn all outbuildings Price 3250 fromBardstown smallbarnpaintedmachinety Price 60 pet acre All lirpestone land wellfencedty for a home Chap SprmgfieldWiUsellof grass Cheap No 3GHouse ant lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best naighborhoo town 3000 r SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY A fACT FOR YOU ALWAYSBEEN t l r M 7lf SIS SS SSiS e 1Ill eipiA1i J LOUISVILLE 1 DAILY HERALD IAND ONE YEAR TOp L RS 111 JC T d 1r 1f I r rI ITDE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 19064i lLtiI IIr II 71 + i 4 sIiI vVfcv 9 a j L t I t fr J J WE Ji t HAVE MOVED t1I i1 it1 L rIthe machinery etc of our harness manufacturing establishment from the building near the depot to the JFf Z I Ii i IBUI Main street opposite the Opera House Idj d ri t tf+ r Harness nd Saddle Repairing Specialty ti L J All work guaranteed Prices Low None but the best workman are employed Have your buggy top 1 Repaired before cold weather sets in V I + t THE BLUE GRASS MANUFACTURING COMPANYAi j l1f 6 J jI t f l f I t f x ONE QF GODS I INNOCENTS By MARY A DICKERSON x r Copyright by Joseph D Bowls Paxley was very fond of children Everybody knew that from the scrub woman who Invariably did him out of sundry dollars when there was an extra cold spell in winter or a par ticularly unhealthy spell in summer to the chief himself who always showed him the latest pictures of his own small flock ant let Flossie the smallest go to the big outer office to kiss her Paxie whenever she came downtown to visit At the same time Paxley abhorred women and insisted that he would never marry People said it was too bad for Paxley made a good com fortable salary was well enough to look at and as steady a chap as one would care to meet Paxley himself always declared that he was going to devote himself to an orphan asylum and actually haunted two or three un til scared off from each by a succes lion of wily and designing nurses who made his life a burden Then he fell back on newsboys and stray acquaintances of the parks and street cars until one morning he electrified the office with the news that he had ac quired a baby I really suppose I ought to feel mournful said he as he explained matters to the interested but bewil dered crowd that gathered about him but Im notIm gleeful You see Its this Way The babys my cousins You remember maybe that I had a cousin who died last spring Well this kid was only about a month old at the time Now eight months later the mother dies too She had no pa rents My cousin hadnt any Theres TIO one for that blessed baby to fall back on but me And Ive got him Paxley went systematically to work to enjoy his new blessing He left his comfortable bachelor apartments where he had been en Wheeled Around and early Knocked Haines Down sconced for years and set up a small house In the suburbs because he said that city air was bad for He imported an aged childrenI feminine persuasion to baby and hired a waiter with whom lie bad grown familiar at his restau rant to goout and do the cooking an1 lire building Most ofthe people In the office fet rather sorry for Paxley In spite of his evident joy But he bore the hurried rush for his suburban cars the long rides and the lack of many of his old amusements with a smile and if he minded he never told In some ways Paxley was ahero When the baby first arrived upon the scene he had remarked to his cronies inside the office and out of It that as soon as the youngster hecame Interesting they should crime It was Jenkins who first outIchange in Paxley Jenkins busy both at home and at enIhektJ slight changes And in July he announced that Xley was looking tired W en Jenklns spoke of it tie res realized that It was true frhatkidone day with a sounding thwack on Parleys shouter He cant be very brlghtU Paxley red as a turkey gobbler wheeled round and nearly knocked Haines that astonished udor1ed Tie saving angelWhen downtore of his guardian that he calmed down and apologized to Haines and took the whom crowd out to dinner The boys told him his outlandish nervousness was on y another proof that he was worn o at and needed a rest Paxley said he guessed they were jolly near right and the next day he asked for Us vacation He got It in August and went avay But everyone groaned when they heard that he had not gone to the country Takenalong with himIMost foolish thing I ever heard of stormed Haines one night as a crowd jf Paxleys friends hung about the cool club library Of all things to take a kid along on your vacation And then to go to a hot jammedup city IWhatd you let him do it for Doc But Dr Donald McA thur Paxs chum for 20 years and family physi clan for seven mOnths oaly shook his head Dont ask me he remarked brok enly as he at the ice from the bot tom ota tall cool gltss the movements of Paxley and of young James Chesterley Braden arq quite beyond my authority But I tell you what and the docto rose aid stared across the table at he rest impressively Pax knows hat hefs about Dont meddle And he sUlked away When Paxle came back It was easy to see that the vacation had done hlrir not the least particle of good He was not only Iredbe was thin and there was something fierce and yet pitiful about his epsThe boys got over joking with lira as they had done and nobody spoke of his private affairs especially after little Cummins suggested that It pas time the great and only James Chesterley Braden should be put on exhibition Paxley glared af him so darkly and turned the subject In such a queer unhappy sort of way that after that the child ln till itPIt was after Jenkins had been tell ing of the funny sayings of his little rood Jim gets oii a good thing occasionally now hes Writing to talk said Paxley and e ery one felt better It was so unuiual not to bq able to talk about anytiinjg and everything with Paxley The nextdaYho had some bright saying toreUtll that made the boys laugh heartily and honestlynot the conventloial giggle that Is generally reserved or stich accounts of juvenile wit Paxley smiled In fact Haines still resentful ass that he smirked like BI selfsatisfied woman But things were easier at any rate and from that time on Paxley talked df the boV freely and told a store o- fRberiains Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURES rj vehs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough trills remedy Is famous for Itn cures over a large part o f the civilized world It cans always be depended upon It contains no opium or other drug and may be given ss oontldently to a bab7 M to an adult Price 25 eta Large Size 50 eta J funny things that became famous throughout the office The respect for Paxleys kid grew That he was an exceptionally bright and clever little fellow everybody ad mitted and Cummins who went out with Pax and the doctor one Sunday night and saw the boy In his crib gave an enthusiastic account of his beauty The crash came one stormy Decem ber night when Paxley had been a pa rentInlaw as the boys expressed It for about a year A number of his friends Haines one or two more from the office and others who were members df his club were gathered again in the library as they had been the summer before As usual Haines started the conversation Paxleys clean daffy over that kid of his isnt he Cant hire him to go out this winter and hes thin as a wire fence The others grunted Then little Cummins rather red and altogether embarrassed spoke Well sputtered Cummins you know that story he told about the boys asking If the clouds were Gods dust cloths There wasa grunt of assent Too precocious stooprecocious by far muttered Jenkins who had got a night oil and was enjoying the society of adults unmixed with children- I dont know about that went on Cummins for I dont know anything about children But I do know that thats an old story I read It myself in a magazine last night And the magazine was dated more than a year agoThere was an odd strained silence Yest said another man IIvehad my suspicions myself I told two or three of Paxs stories at a dinner not long ago and the people just howled said theywere every one of them graybearded with age Ive done that too remarked Haines but Ithoughtmaybe two kids could say the same funny things theyre capable of anything you know The doctor rose and walked undecid edly up and down the rooma few times Then he stopped by the table lean Ing forward with his long fingers resting lightly on the polished wood Boys he said and there was something solemn in his voice which made the others lay down their cigars and look expectantly at him Boys I am going to do something Ive never done beforeIm going to betray the confi dente of a friend The men sat very sllentr gazing up at him If you would stop and think the doctor went on slowly as though choosing his words I would not have to tell You would understand But you have not seen and you must for your own good and Paxleys and lit tIe Jims Do you remember when he flew at Haines when he said jokingly he didnt think much of the hoy The strange trip to New York The anxl ety and the sorrow In Israceormonths now And these stolen sto ries For they are stolen everyone Hes stolen them for Jim Hes been learning them for months Th been his last weapons In the hardest fight hes ever fought For hes been Anditstand For the first time the doctor raised his hands and threw them out as though asking help and strength from the men before him Dont yoji see Little Jim will never say any bright things of his own Because and unconsciously the doctor lapsed Into the Scottish tongue of his boy hood days because lads Paxleys found his wee lamb Is one of Gods poor Innocents And only the waiter who had just come In noticed how blindly the doc tor walked across the room For all the other men were strange ly blinded too Ia=IWhat the Flood Cost KyThe damntjo done by the Cumberland river flood in this neighborhood is now estimated at 5000 The waters are receding Granted a Divorce Louisville Ky Judge Sbackelford Miller granted a divorce to Evelyn Brown Rodman from JohnM Rudman Drunkenness and nonsupport were al leged They were married eight years ago Mrs Rodman IsFa daughter of the late Goy John Young Brown DRIFT ON RAFT At SEA IIN PERIL FOR 80 HOURS Two Sailors Reach Norfolk Va After Terrible Hardships as castaways Norfolk VaFrom Monday morn Ing at eight oclock until Thursday evening following as darkness was drawing near thirsting and starving but for three small fishes which were cast up by the sea upon a bit of wreck dlvldedand Karsten Berntsen seamen aboard the late threemasted schooner Nelson E Newburyof New York Capt Ber nard rode on a raft on the sea off this coast alternating between faint hope and deep despair until the steamer Egda came along and saved them The story which they told simply of their escape from death and the drowning of their shipmates Is par ticularly pathetic They said that the Newbury sailed from Port Royal S C jfor New York with cargo and a deck beIcallast Monday morning when the cook said they were off Charleston a hur ricane struck them which within 15 minutes stripped every sail from the vessel Next the deck load on the lee side was washed and blown overboard Then the schooner dipped her stern and the cabin deck was washed away Within a few seconds the vessel was turned over and all hands tried to climb over the weather side A big sea came then and swept Jour of the six men off the wreck and the survivors who never saw them again be Ileve they were drowned Koerber who Is 27 years of ageT and Berntsen 21 years of age swam for about two hours alternately In the water and upon some of the three inch planks of which the deck load was The Men Signaled with the Cabin Tablecloth composed or torn from these by the waves Finally both men good swim mers got atop of the cabin roof and although the waves rolled over this for many hours they hung to It until they were rescued The cabin tablecloth which they found hanging on a hook an oilskin coat and a pair of overalls were hoisted above the raft and were waved by the men who also shouted and screamed when passing ships were sighted Fifteen steamers passed thorn some of them so close that they co ld see their rigging before the Egda came Postmaster Robbed 0 W Fouts Postmaster at Riverton Ia nearly lost his life and was robbed af ill comfort according to his letter wh ch says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which lead to such a ser vere case of jaundice that even my finger ails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me kept me well for eleven years Sure cure for Biliousness Neu ralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At C J Drug store 50 cents STATE NEWS PICKUPS IRAPDLV RISING STREAMS Rivers and Creeks Reported Out of Banks Thousands of Logs Lost Lexington KyTelegrams from all over the state Indicate that great dam age has been done by the Cumberland Licking Red Kentucky and Big Sandy rivers and other rivers and creeks in the state Frpm Bowling Green report comes that the Barren river has risen 25 feet and thousands of logs railroad lies and much fencing have been swep- away Green river at Morgantown has risen 15 feet andthousands of logs have ben lost at Ford Clark county The Kentucky river Is threatening the bridge at Morgantown where there is a great jam of logs At Maysvllle th Ohio river Is full of logs thousands o which have been lost on every river in the mountain district BRIBERS PUNISHMENT For Contempt in the MarcumHargis Suit Is Approved Frankfort KyThe court of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Clark clr cult court wherein B F French Was fined 5000 for contempt of court and Felix Feltner 3000 and sentenced to serve two years In jail for actively as sistingj French in committing the con empt French was charged with hav ing bribed with money certain witnesses to absent themselves from th rial of Mrs JamesB Marcums suit damagesiheence is not excessive under the tes iimony produced and indicates no pas sion or prejudice on the part of the jury BORN IN KENTUCKY Was Judge Shreve Who Is Dead Father Fought Under Washington SL Louis Mo Judge Luther Martin Shreve 87 who was born near NJch olasville Ky died here at the rest lence of his niece Mrs J W Dowler 1t 3915 West Belle place A daughter Mrs W R Mason of Bakersvllle Cal mrvlves him He was one of the old est graduates of Harvard university He practiced law here before the civil war and later In Chicago where he became a judge He retired from ac tive practice only three years ago He was one of the delegates to the con cention that nominated Cleveland for the first time for president His father William Shreve fought In the revolutionary war under Washington Charged With Firing Town Cloyds Landing KyDenton Hatca er and William Glass two young men both less than 21 years of age were arrested at Moss Tenn 10 miles southwest of here on a charge of setting fire to that town on the night of Novomber at which time all the business sectlon of the town was burned Bloodhounds were put on the trail and went immediately to the house of the two men who reside to ether r Will Sue For 50000 Lexington Vv David Ketterer brother of Fred Ketterer an Inmate of the Eastern Kentucky Insane asylum for the fatal pounding of whom one man is now serving a sentence In pris on has instructed Attorney J Frank lin Wallace to begin suit against the Institution for 50000 Victory For Copyists Frankfort KyThe court of appeals In the case of Louis Reuscher vs The Attorney General held that the plalntijf should be allowed the pay for copying depositions that circuit clerks receive for copying transcripts Reuscher originally asked for 527 but was allowed 177 Held to Grand Jury Lexington KyJ W Walters charged with the murder of William Hanna several days ago during a drunken quarrel at the Hanna hduse- on Seventh street was held to the grand Jury by County Judge Bullock Walters wax released from custody in bail of 32000 YOUNG MOTHER Accused of Murder Collapsed Whwi Murderer Marched to His Death Lexington Ky As pathetic aa wu the execution of Thomas Stout ia tityard of the county jail there was a scene enacted loa the third floor of the jail building that brought tears to the eyes of even the Experienced glieriis and his deputies As the death march gallowstheard by the officers and a hat war made for a moment to aacertala Uw origin of the sounds They were th cries of Mrs Etta Grlllths wife oi Nolan Griffiths herself under Indict f 15monthsfon the third floor directly overloo Inv the jail yard and since the workmen began the erection of the scaffold on which Stout was to meet his doom 01Jalmostthe guards passed frost the jail to the gallows Mrs Griffiths was removed te the cell vacated by the doomed man in order that she would not see nor hear the drop Mrs Griffiths was arrested- on a warrant sworn out by her hus bands mother charging her with murder and the recent grand Jury found a true bill against her Stouts executed for the murder of Sim Lee committed several months ago TeDEMAND SEPARATE SCHOOLS Jews Declare Opening of Night f9shoe- lFor Colored People An Outrage Newport KYDeclaring they deserve a nights hool as well as the colored folks a delegation qt Jewish citizens met with the Newport board of education at the residence of Prof J G Hermann Eleventh and York streets The Jews declare that if the colored children are worthy of a night school so are the Jews and the New port board of education is now confronted with the question of establishing night schools for all nationalities It Is feared that at the next meeting the Germans Irish Swedes rians and other pationaJJtIes will swamp the board with requests that schools be opened for their children The colored school will open Oecem ber 1 with a full corps of teachers and PxofHoutrage The question was lMd over until the next meeting which will beheld December 3 MYSTERIOUS WOMAN CAPTURED t Skulking About the Home Wheretor Etly Was Murdered Louisville Ky A well dressed woman giving her name as Mrs Margaret Melvin and evidently ota refined family was arrested when skulk Ing about the home where Mrs Vir glnla Etly was murdered Officers who made the arrest were attracted by her voice and found her crawling along the ground She said she was the great female detective sent qut from San Francisco to ferret out the mystery of the Etly murder She also said she had solved the Pear Bryce case Seeking to escape the woman ran Into a ditch put was pulled but by Patrolman Fow and The SS who took her to central police stat on In police court she Was put under 20 bond that- she may be held Pool Room Men Go Free Covington KyThe ases of Joni Kelley Thomas Camero and Joseph Herbert charged with holding aa unlawful assemblage in a pool room were called in Covingto poiihurtT- he attorneys for the il tense attacked the jurisdiction of the police court and after an hours argument by the opposing attorneys Police Judge John B Read sustaJT the contention of they defense and dismisses the thrss men Daily Herald AND SUM f r S EHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1906 j 4 1 CAT No word from us is to eon nee the trade of the = Grundy Mclntire 4 FARM LABORt Immigrants Being Introduced Into Many Southern States Harrodsburg Herald The introduction ot white labor into the South i going to mean a good deal to the land owners A ship landed more than 1000 German immigrants at Charlestown S C last Monday and they are all to find homes in that section of the country A Washington dispatch contains the following in regard to the labor situa beenia yelyserious one for the South th attention of the people in that section has been for some time directed toward inducing immegration Not alone as laborers were immigrants wanted but hundreds of thousands of tillable acres have been left uncultivated acres where climate and soil combine to make it one of the richest agricultural sec tions of the world because of the lack of good husbandmen Aroused to the fact that immigrants were wanted to make the South what it ought to be organizations were formed for the purpose of promoting immigration At first it was sought to turn southward a fair percentage of those landing in New York but success in that direction was very limited Some months ago r agents were sent into other countries to lay before the people the attractions of the South To this work is due the recent arrival at Charlestown and the work thus begun is watched here with great interest Commissioner General Sargent who was at Charlestown when the ship arrived from Bremen pronounces its carge of human freight as shipload of the best immigrants that- has come under his notice since he has been in office They are a thrifty in dustrious sober and intelligent people seeking homes Commissioner Sargent says they will soon assimilate Ameri canism and become most excellent citizens Mercer county farmers see th day near at hand when they will hav to rely on white labor rMARKET REPORTS 24t35 j CALVES Extra 6 75 7 00 HOGS Choice 6 30 g 35 SHEEPExtra 4 50 g 4 60 50sWHEATNo 2 red 76 77 CORNNo 2 mixed 4- 8OATSNo2 mixed g 36 RYE No 2 choice 70 j2 HAY =Ch timothy Cfp19 50 BUTTER Dairy 17 APPLESNew bbl 2 50 w 3 POTATOESPer bbl 2 00 New 6 45 2250 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 73 74 CORN No j2 mixed 44 3JJPORKLARDrSteam g 9 10 WEW TOBK FLOURWin patent 3 75 fil M WHEAT No 2 red 81 j CORNNo 2 mixed 52 OATSNo 2 mixed S3 CORNNo 2 mixdd 49 OATSNo2mrx d 38 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 76 CORNNo 2+ mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed i36 PORKPrIme mess 16 50 LARD Steain 9 00 mDIANAPOLISI CATTLEPrime 5 15 535 HOGS Choice 6 00 j40 Cut this out and take it to the Red Cross Drug Store Springfield and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For biliousness and constipation they are unequaled They improve appetite strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and bowels l Shoes and StockingsY iiL t The Red School House Shoe ti The Black Cat k I i IBLACKw Khasbeennecessary l excellent r TOBACCO 751875lLARDSte BROOKSVILLE Several from this place attended church at WiUisburg Sunday Mr Earl Cheatham and Miss Jimmie Lee Steele attended church here Sun day night Miss Rosa Mattingly of Mclntire is visiting her aunt Mrs Mollie Montgomery this week thesp Artie Sutton urday night The farmers are busy stripping their priceItire Saturday spendinge a with Mrs Myrtle JENSONTON After a brief absence I will send in a few happenings of our little town Mr Newton Bradley who has been in Louisville for some time returned home last week tMrJWiUiam Lay sold his house and lot to Mr H AKey at 170 Mrs J C Campbell spent a few days in Springfield last week with her daughter Mrs Tilda Boswell Mr Roy Reynold and sister Miss Bettie of near Pleasant Hill spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Coca nougher Mr Jim Whit huse and Mrs Eliza Cox of West Mari tJwee married last Thursday at the home of the brides brother Mr Todd Key Several fronj here attended court in Springfield Monday We were sorry to hear of the death of Miss Bertha Cooke We extend sympathy to the bereayed ones MOORESVILLE There will be preaching at New Hop church first SaturdaYand Sunday Jn December visioneg Mr James Truax at Y will also visit Mr Mat Truax at SpringfieldThe rains of last week playe havoc with the grade at Maud damag lag same to the extent of one hundred dollars or more The waters of the Big Beech and Cartwrights creek were higher than since 1854 Tie health of our community is ex cell nt at present MrW H Boblit will leave for Har din county in a few weeks We com mend him to the people of that section Springfield Harkit Bacon Euros 1W Sldo lSJfcf Beeswax per pourid Butter irxj to 20c per pjififad thlckensBclK VjrSfirinK lOc Dried apples pftround Ducksc porpo fmd Corn Jleal 75c to per bushel Eggs 23c per dozen Feathers 44o per pound- lFlourSa20toS2H 750 ld i ciralnwheaticcnrn50c Oate roc HidesGreen OHc lOc Lard lie per pound Lime to SLoo barrel Mill products Brnn 80 ahipstuff flOO per pounds Potatoes Country 75c Onions Galt145 and 185 r barrelITurkeys per pound- Ta11ow4c per pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and tfreaav HKc clear of greage 20c tub washed 28c Country 8orghumHl5c to fine Geese35c a poke A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a run ning sore on her had tortured antiseptichealerat C J Hayons Drug store r 1t SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUM Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may inserfcfree of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Load for sale or for rent not included but serted In another department of the paper at very low rates T L Mudd Fredericktown has for sale one good saddle and harness horseR A Wheatley Rt 5 has for sale 200 cedar posts W H Boblitt Mooresville hasorsale a sow and seyen shoats saleBlackMrs J A Ceci Fredericktown has Wyandotteat once Springfieldturkeys My pen is headed by one of Mrs Wrights prize winners at the Louisville poultry show won first prize Mrs Sam Hall McIntire has for sale Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Mrs LN Reed R F D No3 has for sale S C Brown Leghorn cockerels 50 cents each SpringfieldKYt hens 2 Mrs J 1 Martin Route 1 has for sale S C Rhode Island cockrels 75 cents each H S Litsey Rout 4 has for sale a lot of En monIIeyLetter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending Nov 281906 Mrs Ella Baker Allen C Boone W B Heaslet Mrs B N Mary Mc Elroy Henry Mb Miss Ha t- tielPeterse say advertised and give date PostmastereChamberlains Pain Balm There is no danger from blood poison resulting from a cut or wound of any kind when Chamberlains Pain Bal is used It is an antiseptic dressing saldGrass Belgium Darn Ab lnth Henceforward so far as Belgium is concerned absinth under all and any circumstances is contraband Jfhe stigmaof the law is upon it Efforts have several times been made to press the use of absinth in the cOUlitrl and despite opposition from muuufac tuners and retailers Interested u prohi bitory bill has passed both houses of the legislature In the senate the bill was passed by 92 votes to 2 The act is very far reaching It prohibits the Im portatlon manufacture transport or storing for sale of absinth saleI any substitute for it The are substantial LIqnorAccording by the government bureau of statfstics there are consumed in the United States in one year about 40000000 barrels of BPlr1Itsout of the pockets of consumers In a single twelvemonth the sum of 1454 110853 It 1s a good deal of money and one is tempted to consider what It could accomplish if it were put to really useful instead of being practically thrownaway The Rum Slavery Christian nations have combined to suppress the sale of slaves Is it too much to ask that they combine to pre vent tie sale of liquor Benjamin Harrison Union Thanksgiving services will b conducted at the Christian churdh next Thursday morning Rev Lyons of the Methodist church will deliver the sermon 41 FOR BOYSAND GIRLS Stocking j c Springfield Ky f J ITHE PATH OF SAFETY No Middle Way Between Total Ab Htlneiice and Draiikennenn There is no more pathetic and power ful picture In our language of the wretchedness of the victim of drink than the Confessions of a Drunkard by Charles Lamb He pictures the gradual growth of the habit and says It wee impertinent to carry the read er through all the processes by which from smoking at first with malt liquor I took my degrees through thin wines through stronger wine and water through small punch to those juggling compositions which under the name of mixed liquors slur a great deal of brandy Or other poisons under less and less water continually until they come next to none and so to none at all We hear and note his cry Th Waters have gone over me But out of the black depths could I be heard I would cry out to all those who have set a foot in the perilous fiood1t He pictures the awfulness of the experi ence as of a man feeling himself going down a precipice with open eyes and a passive will to see his destruction and no power to stop 1t1tHe says If the youth entering upon the course and tbinkn he is entering upon some newly discovered paradise could see the utter effects and theI piteous spectacle of bis own self ruin it were enough to make him dash theI sparkling beverage to the earth in all the pride of its mantling temptation He then oaks Is there no middle way betwixt total abstinence and the excess which kills you 1 He answers For your sake reader and that you may never attain to my experience with pain I must utter the dreadful truth that there is none none that I can find Duncan C Milner in Chi cago News TENDS TO INSANITY Ranks of Lunatics Recruited From the Army of Drln ere There is no question of the fact that insane asylums all over the world are to a great extent recruited from the class of bard drinkers and from their offspring and descendants Twentyone per cent of the lunatics now under restraint in the United Stases have an alcoholic history liquor being either the sole or a contributing cause of their misfortune Paresis which of late years has become so much more com is a typical alcoholic brain ills mtease though not always attributable to drink It Is noticeably frequent among brokers and actors who as a class are much addlctea to constant nippingIt that to a skilled patholo gist the effects produced by alcohol upon the brain of a moderate drinker are plainly visible under the miscro scope The drug acts directly as a stimulant upon the nerve centers chief among which is the brain and after awhile when taken In excessive quan tities injures the delicate structures of the mind organ impairing its efficiency and eventually breaking it down But the most unfortunate feature of the case is that the mischief is liable to be transmitted in one forni or another to children who become drunkards show signs of mental weakness or have a tendency to be epileptic or otherwise aflllcted with nervous disease Pear sons Magazine Abstinence and Health A good temperance argument Is found in the fact that reports from the hospitals of the larger cities state that most of the pneumonia and bad patients are people addicted to strong drink It Is the truth supported by statistics that the man who drinks succumbs more quickly to severe changes of the weather both winter and summer The one who goes down quicker under extrQme cold weather Is the man who drinks to brace himself up and most of the sunstrokes In summer are among those who think they keep their systems in better shape to resist such attacks by partaking of Intoxicating liquors The man who abstains wholly from Intoxicants and supports his body on wholesome food theeo our Hospitals everywhere are crowded with victims of dis ease brought on by the use of stimu lants In the vain hope the false IdltIthat this will make them stronger SiSSJ Lakes Overflowers I pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 391021 acres good four room welling tobacco barn iholds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plenty of 7Jmilesacre andwiteredwell in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles thisyearhouse at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten mulesBuggyperacrepoolwellNo 44Nice home in Springfield lot 70x350 feet stable coal t andyardSpringfieldgood acreio acres from Spnngfi ld on pike 25 acres of tobaccolandNt 49A farm containing 254 acres eight miles from Spring fiefon good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre tobacco barn locustttpost9No 50 = 82 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 locustpostsijr miles from a depot 50 per acre No 53A good investment in city property on Main street i l B D LAKEI A Letter Prom Mrs Sutherland Buffalo Ky Nov 23 1906Edito- rSunI want to take a little space in your paper for a few words if you can make room for me I always love to read the Sun but since we moved away from Washington county it is dearer than ever and we love to read it next to our Bible We are so glad to get the paper each week and hear from alt of our old friends itmakes us feel feel almost at home We are starting off yell with our work and the outlook fr a pleasant and successful year is iery bright Have had seven additions t the church four reclaimed and several conversions since we came Haye roes d money to repair the parsonage and dded some new furniture to itIWe have been very ple antly vis ited by our members wht with them many good things broughtI which always lend a pearance to the preachers h ast well as a substantial blessing We were very much pieased and thankful for this generous hospitality Now our sincere desire and prayer to God is that He will use u4 in this new field to his honor and gloiv We will hold a revival at each of our five churches and will have the help of Rev J A Johnson and Rev W F Hogard who we trust will lea the hosts on to victory Our first quarterly meeting was held at Poplar Grove last Thursday Bro Shelley P E was with us and did some fine speaking which gave wide spread satisfaction The congregation was large and the sacramental seriice- and love feast were enjoyable 1he board of stewards voted to raise our salary over whafrit fold ever paid bf Real Estate AKe nt Springfield Kr- 1 fore and for the first time in the history of the circuit the first quarter was almost paid in full The more we see and know of the people the better we like them and the prospects grow brighter for a suc cessful years work There is not a better little town in the State to live in than Buffalo No one winever get lonesome or homesick for the people are so kind that you will feel that you are at home strangersiVe Kentucky first gained the reputation of being the most hospitable State in the Union but we are of the opinion that it was so named by a traveler who pulled the latchstring on the door of a home in thathappyIIHowdy in it is meal time Dont be in a hurry stay all night with ustlBesure to come again that makes a fel low feel like he is among the best pee pIe in the world and we think we are among the best people in the Louisville Conference and only hope we can stay the time limit with them which is only four years MRS W EZRA SUTHERDAND DUROC JERSEYS The quick money hogs A lot of Choice Pigs s e i JJ E SHELBY Rot L SprincfMd Ky z ii ate