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LC Jr 1Y ry T r a w tH 4l4 c ar s J 1 w THE SIGN Or THE LABEL IN THE LEFTHAND CORNER OF THE SUNS I 4 f j bt rinith flL I r EI 5 Ia DEVOTEE TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY rty Sf r w t IVOLUME III SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 51906 1 MUIKI t DEATH OF MR R y MCELROY Dltd at His Home In Lebanon Last Sunday HornngHost of His life I Was Spent In Washington County Diath Caused J- By Pneumonia J Died at his residence in Lebanon Ky on the morning of December 2 1906 Mr R Yarrett McElroyj in the eightieth year ofhis age hisifuneral services being held on th oclock in the Methodist church at Leb anon in the presence of a lapge congre gation Revs Lyons and Prather offi dating The body was followed to the grave at Pleasant Run church by a tl rge number of friends and relatives t and buried by the side of his first wife Mr McElroy was born in Washing ton county where he lived the greater part of his life and was engaged in farming and stock raising in which business he was very successful He first married Miss Fannie Hardin daughter of Benoni Hardin and loca eat d on Pleasant Run where he lived until after the death of his first wife Be leaves three surviving children by this marriage Viz Harriet who mar ShelbyCountyDhurman and Robert Hardin McElroy u one of our highly esteemed and suc essful farmers His second wife as the Widow Montgomery stepdai ghter of James Adams deceased a p rominent citizen of the Pleasant Run neighborhood and she and two children Rebeccaand R Y Jr1 survive him Mr McElroy father the late Har vey McElroy was one of the most prominent and wealthy citizens of the county and R Y inherited from him those noble traits of character that iOUISVILLE I LUMBERMEN Endorse Hon C C Mc Chord and Compli went His- Work1 v c TieL bermens Club of Louisville adopted the following resolutions Whereas The Lumbermens Club of Louisville Ky is in receipt of cer tain resolutions passed by the Bowling Green Business Mens Protective sociation indorsing the Hon C C M cf Chord chairman of the Railroad Commission of Kent ky for reelection which resolutions are heartily endorsed i y this club and Whereas The HonCCMcChord has Tendered signal service to the shippers of the State during his entire career especially by reducing the Louisville rate25 per cent and thus putting our city and surrounding territory on an equality rate with the city of Cincin natti and by beginning over ten years ago the fight for iriterchangagle aswitching and continually pressing I until a favorable decision was recent ly rendered by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky now therefore be it Resolved by the Louisville Lumber 3 mens Club FirstThat we recognize in the Hon C C McChord faithful untiring and inc rruptable public official who by years of intellegent work and study + ghas equipped himself to be and now Is ne of the ablest Railroad Commission piers in the United States with the T ability and courage to do justice to both shippers and carrier SecondThat as a club we disclaim any pollitical allegience with any party z our membership being omposed pf Members of various political parties but we take this action because we deem the matter one of business rather than politics feeling that it is the duty n j not alone of all sippers but of ant public spirited citizens who desire the development of ourStates great nat ural resources to give to Mr McChord their loyal and a tive support Third We also indorse the recordof 4WIrt L I distinguished hint throughout his life As acitiz n was always polite and a courteous was just and honorable in his dealings loyal tc his friends liberal in his charities and faithful to his church and his cod consequently was universally esteen ed and respected jHis grandfather Hugh McElroy came to Kentucky in1789 and located within onehalf mile of where Spring field now stands and he and General Mathew Walton said out and named the town R YI McElroy had those U strong characteristic features that J marked his Scorch kinspeopla the Mc Cunes McCampbells McKees and aMcDowells who came to America in 1729 a He was very closely related to the Irvine family whose Tcinspeople ex tend throughout the United States U His grandfatherarid two 6f his brothers having married the thre daughtersof- Rev John Irvine aThe last fifteen or twenty years he has been a citizen of Lebanon and has been as prominent in business and so clal circles as hejwas ip his native county At the e o his death he U was president of tlc Citizens National Bank and engaged ipi other enterprises U He was in good health with mind un i impaired up to a week ago when pneu monia attacked him and rapidly ran its course to the end In his death the community has lost B a valuable citizen b family a wise Icounsellor and the church a liberal f contributor Ml McD Ferguson and A T Siler associates of the Hon C C MdChbrd from U the districts of our Stajte J FourthThe secretary is instructed UMrT Siler and to the various U ILouisvillethrough the State i aOpperated Upon CONTRIBUTED I Mr James Mcuullom of Hard ins ICreek is in Louisville at St Marys infirmary where he underwent an op U ration for appendicitus It is hoped J we willsee him back with us on HarIdins Creek in afew days well aHe was accompanied by his wife and two little sons who are guests of Miss U Grace Waters and Mrs Mahoney H aMarion County Falcon Mrs Jar1 B Chapman died at 230 oclock Sunday afternoon aat the home of Qov J Proctor Knott after an illness of several months Mrs Chapmans maiden name was I Miss Kiture McElroy and she was born here but in eai ly life she went with g her family to Bowling Green to reside After her marriage she came back to a Lebanon and has resided here f9r many Iyears i a Mrs Clara Butler age 40 years died Friday of Brights disease at the home of her stepfather Mr John H Thompson at Penick I A difficulty occurred at the Bobbitt Iithto the hotel and laimed he had left U Ii1gothe coat had not been left there heabecame abusive when he was from the building He drew a U and started back into the office whenI Mr Bobbitt shot Jlt the hand of theIformer twice The last shot aMr MouserS pistol and passed through his hand As a result Mr Bobbitt was arrested for shooting with intent lto kill and Mr Mouser was arrested on four charges pointing a gun at g another carrying concealedr a deadly drunk and and a Ibondmorrow a- k iIII I II = f SIGN OF THE FOUR I the by says pf are to r r seen I a of if of I aye of all in I we m are by I be bfe I on we a I am here an and it isa to be with you If dont miss and you shun shun will be a Its want not for but for home FOR TilE SUN My will THE IIam no a of mat may a for am a for that will buy toys and for the chil dren and for the of the And must have For ness sake shell out INow my et me you to put the of your in an en and it to The Sun AT THE the to DO And then feel to pay DUE See the in that In me to say that these nice I have on aint mine l ec frcm a who has TilE The labJ ie a little bird will some in your ear Look at the and if it ad dress TilE SUN Ky Thats of one Conan Doyles greatdetective stories InI story Sherlock Holmes detective dears up a giving his to a sin4 of tffEour story printed below is a detec story it is a story of a slgnThe of LabelIJOhnnichoYAJ6 is of LaITheres a signon pa cornerIL Sherlock Holmes great English detective created Conan Dovle that two the crimes committed lin London directly due poverty and two fifths directly ofImohey Iand lack money deductions Sherlock Holmes true is the evil London town The moderateIto understand this that it is unsafe to top or too to the side want simply moderate income Jut AN ORATION Gentlemanand Fellow citizens day 1Jpon important mission pleas ure dont mymiss success foreid missions SPRINGFILED beuTilE SIGN OF LABEL orator Just pfain matter teroffact talker However today grow little eloquent making plea which candy presents sweethearts printers CASH good fellowciti beseech amotfnt arrears velope address Springfield LOOK LABEL Than thing ABLE whats poetry conclusion permit looking clothes borrowed fcl emrented LOOK AT LABEL whisper thing label wnjspcrs please Springfield the name of this the mbiis mystery by atteition The Sign The not tive but Sign the Jones The above The Sign the bel your per left hand fifths the root detec poor rich Hence safe missions subject enough to make us whistle tunes andI sing songs ehough to make the marerI go Thats ill we nee l but at theJpresent writiqg we are needing it pret ty badly we are not whistling tunes I and smging sqngs we are facing stub I born ralitiesrclimbing Over the rug I ged ness of things but some dear gopd friends1 have s nThe Sign of theI Label understood the meaning of it I and thold mare bless her heart is I moving along But we are not satis fied vf want toAvhistletunesandsing I songs Bides we are afraid some ofIour friends will become too wealthy if they continue to corner their moneyI market and they ought to lookat The I Sign of the Label printed in the leftI hand coner of this paper It may be the means of relieving them fa littleI bit of the danger which is threaten I ing them every little helps v and weIare glad to be ableby means of a label to come to the assistance of ourI hind And thenitoo your reHelLl- rom the one me may usIfrom the other extreme You see it wjll be asortofamutual affair YeI will assist you to get away from too I much wealth which is said to be re 1 sponsible for mucljcrime and you will assist us to get away from too little wealth which Mr Holms likewise I says is also very dangerous Sherlock Holms is a levelheaded fellow in fact he has no superior in his line ofwork I His deductions always prove to be correct and people who disregard his advice always come to some bad ends Therefore it is with fear and trembling p that we notice the utter disregard some Qf our dear friends have for the advice of this great detective We stand ready to obey him by receiving from each of dur subscribers a smallamount just enough to make our income moderate andwe invite your at I tendon to The Sign of the Label printed in the left hand corner of The I Sun All pfus ought 10 do as Sher j lock Holmes tells us The Sign of the Four was a complicated case and the detective experienced trouble in getting his deductions to pan putII tight This case was one of the few i in which the great London detective found it necessary to use blood hounds g He was baffled for some time and the signthe sign of the fourgave him much trouble Now we know 1 The Sign of the Label is easily Understood j TIereis no mystery iibout 1 it its as plaias the nose on your fae there are no complications no mysteries behind a veil 1 of blackness no trails to follow no clews from whicjb it is necessary to make deductions It is a case so plain thatlie N who runs may read And the beauty is that itcan be so eily disposed of Fos example Johnnie Jones time expired J Nov riyo6 One dollar will pay him up to Nov i 1007 Just place the dollar in an ehvelope with your name and address Ii address it to The Sup Springfield KyM andou will jhave very effectively and graciously delved into the myjte ries of The Sign of the L belf j iI 4ff 4 r PROFITABLEGATHERING V f yNlghUWareaa house Building DiscussidAMthtr Meeting ITom rrw Hightl An enthusiastic and important meet Iing of the A S of E Locals of Wash ington county was held at the Court Ihouse tat Saturday night the meet organizingrAfter the usual preliminaries the elec tion of officers was conducted andre- suIted m Mr Will Nally of Fenwick r being chose President Mr W B I Hatchett of Mackville VicePresident MrItM ONan 6f this place Sec retary and WC McChord Treasurer r These gentlemen will make excellent I officials in fact a better set of officials qould not have been selected They Iwill be wideawake e to the interest of r The farmer an will be untiring in their I efforts to bring about those happy re suIts for which the A Sof E was or ganized At the conclusion of the el ction of I these officers Mr WA Clements and President Nally were selected as I delegates to represent Washington county in the Winchester Convention Iwhch met in tatcity Tuesday I F M Sharpe State organizer Jwas present arid gave an outline of the work to be done ih this county He It i NOUGHTS NO WATER I Irt the next two or three days the I Water and Electric Light Company will b gin to reset and repair the boil L ers which wjll require about aday and a night During tnis period the plant will be shut down People are r advised to look to their water tock r clean upi oil lamps and be careful with rfire I 3 3 3 tI EDELENLOGSDON- w I IMr James Ray Edelen and MIssI Lepa Logsdon were married last Wed I nesday afternoon Nov 28 at 4 oclock at St Dominics church Rev P F- I Hennessy officiating The atteridents I were Messrs Frank Willett and John Polin and Mess Will Leachman and ILeo Haydon were the ushers Miss assisted by Miss price and I Mr Gwin Marks furnished the music I fork the event Miss McCabe in very sweet voice sang an 0 Salu tarts from Verdi The bride wore I a hkndsome gown of white veiling oyer sill with hat to match The bridal I party and immediate families were en r tertained at supper at the brides home I in jthe evening of the day of the marriage The young couple received I many nice presents The bride is the daughter of Mr andJ Mrs qhas Logsdon and is an attrac I tive and accomplished your lady The groom is son of Mr and Mrs J PiI Ed leh of near town and is a promis ing young business man Tic Many friends of both the bride I nndj groom extend congratulations and record wishes for a long life of unin I tcnjupted happiness I RavcnallMansficld I Invitations have been recieved here Ito the edding of Miss MargaretT I and Mr Joseph Mansfield which will takeS place in the I fir t Prpsbyterian church of Spartans burg S C Tuesday evening Decem berllatsix oclock IIMr Mansfield made his home at thisi until about two years ago ha moved to South Carolina where he i now piacticing law dent of this place his genial dispositiont graciousness of manners and brilliancy won him friends who o bapptnessTheextends congratulations 1J reportedthat a number of interesting locals had been organized in the county antI the people were thoroughly alive to the importance of the movement Monday night of this week a local was organized at Texas oat PulUam Tuesday afternoon one at WiHisbunc Tuesday night and neat Pleasant Grove Wednsday night The warehouse proposition was dis cussed by Mr Wj C McChdnL j He suggested that the only way to build a house would be t6 have the farmers Pledge 1 cent a pound on their crop for one season The amount raised from this would be about 30000 which would be sufficient to build a house large enough to house Washington countys crop Every man in the house agreedwith Mr McChord and an earnest effort will pe made to organize a warehouse company at once The pooling of this seasons tobacco crop was discussed and the Society agreed that it was necessary to get the farmers into tljis pooling arrange ment At a meeting to be held in the court house tojnorrow Thursday night this matter Iwill be more thoroughly discussed Farmers from alt sections of the county should attend LEE TURNER- TtEIOUTt W f Has Reformed and Is Now Making Tdnj perahce Ad v dresses Middlesboro rNOV 28 Lee4 Turner of Quarter House fame has declared himself for temperance and is making speeches for the Hdrys in the campaign tjhat is bemg waged here against whiskey T am in favor bf stopping the sale of whiskey in Middlesboro and everywhere said Turner todayuI know it sounds strange to hear the form r Kentucky outlaw declare himself for temperance but such is my stand I shall dp all I can to help the dry side I epxect to make seveial speeches in theijampaJgn I m t jace with the whole Vorld now and never a expect to sell whiskeyr again Turners first speech was made last night to a large and interesting audit nee in the 3Eaat End where he and the Rev StepTieSwSjley made speeches in favor of 10C ptipn Lee A Turner sprang into promi penc a ropriltor of the famous Quarter was situated on the KentuckyTennessee State line hear this city This saloon was said to pave been the worse blind tiger that was ever known hi this country Thir tyfiy rmen were killed within its walls during the four years in which whiskey was sold there The Quarter House was raided in February 1902 Jt y Bell county OffiCT Six of Lee Turners men were Killed the fight two officers from Mjgdtesbord also died in this HattIe Lee Turner escaped and was jat large for nearly two years finally being arrested IB Tennessee and reamed to KentuckTotf 1 trial After a long fegai battle I urner was clear dtiJeirg prove that he took n partm QuarterfHouse fight Afer Turner wag relejfrun cns tbdy ii 1904 he came baclt w Middles oto and entered ihe salQan Business n which he waa ebgcged until a fer months since whqn he mnl MIM Mary Pridemore r pretty gJr11md pt ired from the saloon business l rJohn Sharp Wiia1N-f the race Piobi 0 vacates the im Pu ianl l w w r rw1yrv Tr L 4 l J t Jjf i f4 1 i4 2 fIlE SPRINGFiELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 1906 if 5SiS 7 Hi I ISAVAGE CRUELTYJ j Tr A TERRIBllE MASSACRE OF WlOMEN AND CHILDREN T I WRITTEN FOR THE SUN BY M D L COCANOUGHER About two and one half miles above jthe mouth of the Little South on the l iputhj bank of the Rolling Fork in south Boyle near the Casey line is an extensive plateau from which point i Ji jone j can trace the pure stream of the Fork until it looses itself among the far off hills that bordera valley dotted iby neat farm houses and well culti vyated fields the rugged knobs towering Aon either side form a lovely background ito this beautiful scene and stand as r a silent reminder of some mighty upheaval of ages gone by when the God of nature exerted himself into some Biuisual activity and heaped togeth r jffibse mountains of granite and clay as ia monument of the mighty work of His I bandsIIi the summer of 1790 on this beautiful upland might have been seen two lonely cabins standing one half jinnies apart occupied by the families of Henry Miller and Sam Wilson It was at this time that seven Chero kee Indians from southern Tennessee jmade a raid on the cabin of Henry f Mflierj afterwards known as the Sam IStfhitehouse farm They came into the country unobserved and camped in a ZP In the knobs the previous night whih is known to this day as rndian gap On one Sunday morning before day as this was the time for Indians ip make their attack they attempted yto break into the house which Miller was trying to prevent by barring the puncheon doom The savages fired r through the dfaf killing Miller then having free access to the house they lulled Elizabeth his wife and four duldreiu She was found dead and naked upon the floor where apparently 0e had expired while trying to get to ier infant child In the cradle upon f which the Indians had thrown a fire- I iranli My mothers great uncle Jake Young was working fdr Miller at that Dame but had gone to a neighbor loilse to spend awhile The night was m unlikely for him to go home thus jrrobably saying his life A man named rn s heard the shooting and saId JAll is not right at Millers and get hug his rifle which was empty went to a mans house named Baggs The two went to Millers The night was very dark and a dark cloud was coming n By the flash of the lightnjng the Cody of the dead man was seenlying lajy the chimney where it had been dragged by the Indians When Barnes saw Millers body he became to much excited to load his gun- Old Granny Heirs was the firstwom an to get to the house The air was lull of feathers for the Indians had oen the feather beds The- mrlrdered family were buried on a bluff over a fine spring close to the house One grave contains allsix Bodies the father and mother holding- a child in each arm While preoara ions were being made to bury the murdered family a company was beirg Jormed under Major Phillip Walker amdi Major Gray the trail of the sav agea was easily followed through the Hailrpea vines by a mulattoe named Chit who was an experienced woods 4anan All the day and witH Jate in the r veriing of the following day those ardy pioneers pushed their way i Jfthrough the dark mountains of south frn Kentucky It soon became evident SShat they were close on the Indians a f council of war was held and Chit was WithJa cr i ward like a panther seeking his prey The Indians were ijoori sighted march- tWng single file along a Buffalo path- iand he so reported It was agreed for Walker to take part of the men and- S go beyond where it was believed they would camp and attack them in front and drive those not killed back on d SGrays men but Walker in hisdesire for honor and victory and under ex r tement attacked them from the rear- i ithus driving them away from both fcrompanies As they ran away one was shot through the knee the rest scat eiered so that it was impossible to fol 11ow them Chit stabbed the poor wounded Indian who in broken eng 5sh cursed his enemy and died it is Isaid with a horrible look of revenge upon his face When Gray saw what w Walker did he gave vent to a volley of oaths It was believed that Sam Wil snshot the Indian at least some of VJhis comrades called out Wilson has shot an Indian and it was believed the Indians heard it and probably to aye ge the death of the dead savage just two years from that night at the break of day they attacked the house ef Wilson whoseVwife saidallisc not riJeht foreheard an Indian stick his tpmahawk a5tree and about that time a noise wag heard on a hillside south of the house made by a sow and pigs though she thought they might be disturbed by wolves and telling her husband that he had better take his gun and go investigate Vhen he came near wHere several Indians ytjere concealed they gave pur suit K seemed as if it was their ob ject to capture him He ran down a byihwithintwenty yards of the fleeing man he ran the muzzle of his gun against a tree thus checking him in the chase andenabling Wilson to escape but his home was now exposed Jto the cruel mercy of the savages At hired gfr who was spinning flax oft of a rock heard the noise and on looking oUt saw the Indians coming and told Wilsons ten year old boy to follow her but he ran around the house in an opposit direction thus falling in their hands They said he would make a good warrior The wife who was confined with a young chile was murdered In bed together with three or four children The muzzle of a rifle was thrust against the infants head causing its death but it was not dead hen found the girl bourn on the wings of terror ran a quarter of a mile witn an Indian in pursuit who gave utterance to a suppressed whoop of disappointment as she disappeared over a buff which is som seventy feet high and nearly perpendicular She was not injured The feat would have done credit to an Alpine climber and how the young woman escaped without injuries bor ders on the miraculous She however safely landed upon a sand bar and ran up the Fork with the s eedof a fawn for twq and a half miles through the thick woods to a mans house whose name was Denton No time to spare the savages must do their blc ody work and with all haste make for the south ern home for the scattered settlers would soon be upon them Pursuit was again made and after being followed for several days and almost overtaken Wilson became uneasy lest in the at tack they would murder hi boy and asked the company to desist from any further effort to aVenge the death of his murdered family or rescue his boy which was done and the band of pioneers turned theisf meward J Wilsons wife and children buried littlin one grave If these mpanies had been led by a Boone o the result would protebly very different but they were composed of and commanded by inexperienced men mostly from North Carolina The boy was restored to his father two or three years after He said that soon after he was redone of his captors asked him if his father did not kill an Indian From 1790 to 1794 the southern In dians gave great annoyance to the in habitants of the southern and south eastern portion of the state Gel William Whitley of Kentucky and Major Orr of Tennessee in 1794 sur prised and defeated them in their prin cipal townof Nickajack south fthe Tennessee river It was shortly after this battle that peace was made and the long lost boy was given back to his father My neighbor A Holderman and my good friend Mr R B Ellis who has jseetv seventytwo winters and owns a part of the Wilson tarm and the wri ter recently stood on the very pot un der which lay the sleeping dust of Wilsons wife and children The grave is only marked by slabs of slate These slabs had been thrown out while dig ging the grave and are silent reminders of savage cruelty J Looking east and southeastwe could see where both lonely cabins st iod We imagined we could almost hear the blood curdling yells of the victorious Indians and the sharp icports ot their rifles as they broke the stillness of those summer mornings of the long ago and hear the screams of the poor women and children as they fell beneath the bloody tomahawk These blb dy scenes were perpetratsd in the dark hades of the silent forest which were so vast and dense that it has taken four generations to reduce It to a JrSmnant that still stands as a reminder of the mighty past Those hardy pioneers have long since passed away many of whom sleep in unknown and unmarked graves At this far off day we have butthe faintest idea of the privations they underwent in paying a way far a better civilization Some claim that the house in which Miller and family were killed was burned some two years ago but Mr Ellis believes it was not the original cabin The poor Indian has followed the re treating steps of the bear and buffalo to the far off Western plains where the echo of his distant war whoop has te 4 died away among the rugged peaks of the Rocky mountains and as he gathers around the smouldering embers of his dying camp fire erehe wraps his robe around his forlorn form he can read in the setting sun his destinYfl vanishing race This story was told me in 1889 by a man who was born in 1808 near where the murdered families lived and who had often seen tile bullet holes through the door and the Hood stain on the fioOrsbHe had he rd the story from Major Walker own lips and whose grandfather lived on the farm which was afterwards known as the Crouch farm and hi the very house in which Miller and family were killed Following the Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most imcortaht consideration Wi lisT Morgan retired Commissary Ser ant If S A of 1 Conc td N H says RuraliRoute in Cu ja and two earsin and eing sub ject to colds I took Dr K ngs New keptmeNew Hampshire we find ij the best medicine in the world for cou hs colds bronchial troubles and all ilung dis Haydondruggistbottle free Snake In His Stomach Evansville IndTlie mother of Harry Schwaegerle living here believes that he has a snake In his stomach and physicians who have examlhed the boy gay that such a thing Is posslblet So firm is the moth er In the belief that her son has a snake In his stomach that she has asked the physicians to perform an operation on the young man Harry Is now 19 Years old and up Sto the time he was 12 years old he was a perfectly normal child In mtnd and body Since that time he has be come dwarfed and has shown coil stantly decreasing mental strength lila mother says that when he was 12 years old the boy went blackberry hunting with several companions They drank from a spring None of the other children showed any bid effects from the water but Harry be came violently ill Returning home be had several spasms Doctors have been unable since then to give him relief and for the past seven years he has had several spasms a week He Is constantly growing weaker In mind and body Tbe strange case was brought to the attention of the local authorities when the patrol wagon was called to a local factory to remove the boy after he had suffered an attack The physi clans who have examined the boy agree with his mother that when he drank from the spring seven years ago he might have swallowed a snake Stork Wins the Race t Bedford IndTn a race between Irs William Glrdly who escorted by her husband was endeavoring to reach their new hprae near Mitchell and the stork the latter won by catch Ing them In the center of the wagon bridge 75 feet above the water of White river where a fine son was born Mr GlrdJy Is superintendent of a quarry neat Mitchell The lady and babe were taken to a neighbors house wKprn both arn rloner woll It Costs Nothing To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart is affected One person in four has a weak heart i it may be you If so you should know it now and save serious con sequences If you have short fluttering palpitation hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smother ing spells pain qround heart in side and arms your heart is weak and perhaps diseased Dr Miles Heart Cure will re lieve you Try a bottle and see how quickly yourcondition- will improve theMilesvas suffering with heart trouble and pnlntndeepbeathcause conld not Ho on left side without Buffering They advised me to try Dr Miles Heart Cure apd Nervine which I did with the result that I am In better health than I ever was before having gained 14 pounds since I com menced taking it I took about thir teen bottles of the two medicines havent bEn bothered with my heart sine MRS LILLIE THOMAS Upper Sandusky Ohio Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that first bottle will If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical CJElkhart Ind J = t D W F Trusty Practical DenitSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental rkatteasonablepri es All work Office over Haydon Barber B1 D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best febtupany In 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Courts of Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals SM CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Sprfngfield Ky s specialtyWillable Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store WilFdraw Doe and Contracts All kinds of pension business specialty Have bepn in the business for tuirtrnve years THQS J Graves OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOObCXXXX MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE I Phones Day 89 NIght 106- JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o JOHN Y MAYES Funeral D rector AndL Licensed Enibalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention lary courtsey shown lti sM L1tIt4cae s arid Rvriil Robes Telephone pay1Night 74 i J li n I Investigation shows that many good watches are spoiled by tampering No matter little you suppose is the matter wIth yours bet ter HAVE ME fix IT A wholelot of damage can be done by those who are not ac quainted with the delicate mechanism V0 know watches and can repair them as they should be Bring me yours if it doesnt go just right IIWIiJ 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KENTUCKY ae ICAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 OPPICER8 O B L Lltfloy Prc ont I JohnW Lewis VicePresident Ia A a McElroy Cashier I LBCaln AsatCasblor 0 B E Foster Booktoopcr e D IDIREClORft s LjwJaZ IBHEdolcn n M Grundy c 5 Jno 0 Polin I 5 We grant every avor consistent 5 with safe banking If you have 9 not already an account Wlththis g J tt bank we inviteyour patronage 0 S QQQOQQQ eQQ eQe 0S0aiD0OOO0osaao 0 TI1E t 0 IChaplin Water D 1 Power Roller Mills a n MAKES THE D 1IESTFLOU I n ih TIE BEST MEAL ea0ge ft In Springfield and many J 5 other sections of Washington J county our brands are said J Qgi D B SUTHERLAND iCHAPLIN KY DO eaOeaeQeDeaoae oooooooooooOOOOOOOODooonotYOUNEEQT SALVE CURESi Yooneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenyille Ky is on of the very few salves whichabsolutely- cures pilesIAs an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomaa now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly b nefite ltheput year This is a new salve haying bas on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result df the sale of 2646 boxes Fot Sa1eBv All Druggists DRJWTHOMp enville OOOOOOOOO9OOOOOOOcJ The Daily Herald AND The Sun HONE YEA r 9 tD 2OOjI i TWant F1 Looo 1 ij AiSOE fE As Seen By James Mot fan JrAIi Farm ers Should 4f V Ft y Join i LLEditorValleySun =It was the pleasure ofthe writer tisten to the appeals of the Hon F lj Sharpe to the farmers of the county Monday week and in my mind it was a lossto everyman who failed to hear him Mr Sharpe is indeed an able advocate of his cause and puts forth sentiments of great value to our far mers who generously responded to his pleadings in a manful manner which points to success in this section The A Sv p E is one of the greatest organizations ever gotten up among a ciyilized people who are beginning to realize their great mistake m not organizing against the trusts years ago It is indeed humiliating to a farmer be he great or small physically pr IItrustamount he should command for his farm products How many of us oan say that we had rather be unorganized and wholly at the mercy of a trust than to be a member of the AS of E and demand a schedule price for our farm products Is there a man so narrow minded and insignificant in extremes who would make such an extravagant expression at his expense No Not one Everyman who is a man will wi11inglyhold- up his independence and I dare say is appreciative enough of his free born citizenship to openly denounce the grafters and trust workers and if he could without effort on his part demand almost extortionate prices for his property But thats where the rub comes in he must become an adyo cate of the cause pay 1 for a mem bershipand help in many other ways to his rights consequently h doesnt take any interest at all in the matter because of the simple fact that he mustrexert some powerto aid in the advancement of the cause Why Mr Sharpe tells you frankly friends that since the tanners in the Dark District organized and pooled their to bacco that they have received from 4 to 6 cents over and above the market r 4 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBERS 1906 Jv fI I f di Lt i r1 j j I4 f L 11R Ii1 t4Ilf iiEri Ji fJor t r 5 t Jft j 4 h it i t d Friday THats the Day i j tr t ff 1 if I Jol j d I r icJ r c Turkeys Cannot Be Received Later than that 4- I 1 llt fi i v itajiiWu Date for jy f t i Vfiifl tdt l r d- c ifi 1 1 c f Christmas Market u1t IIlol Sty if f i J 5 I iitT11IIIair t 10ii J i 2f ri- pr jVi fJfr t MIINJONESJ- i v Jfl value thereof previously and then whY remain so dilatory about the matter Why not mal ea step forward organize and become the greatest people of world 1The farmer is to the nationat large as cogs are to time pieces only there is no earthly regulation to them in the least just a farmer thats all when they would just think for a moment that they are the means of support for millions Theywould then realize the great need of more good farmers who wouldadd laurels to the ASof E A uponthem yet how few recognize this fact and on the other hand their importance is not respected They haye no advantages given them and fail to avail themselves of the Opportunity to take advantages of the trusts that are annually consuming millions of just dol lars that should be used in various ways by the farmer in securing the necessaries of life lacking in many homes because the demons of the trusts lurk therein and steal from the needy that which is already made by the sweat ot the brow The solution of the labor prbblem which has confrOnted our farmers dur ing recent years was clearly and ex plicitly demonstrated by Mr Sharpe Only a few years ago farm hands could be secured at 50 and 66 cents per day Now it is from one to two and one half dollars per day Why Mr Sharpe tells you because they have organized in a sense They see the many intelligent youths that should make prosperous farmers going to cities gaining practical knowledge of some chosen profession joining a union and demanding from one to five dollars per day owing to skill and efficiency in that particular line of business i and they too become anxious for such wages consequently demanding higher prices and geb it or dont work Later on he tells you the cause ofso many young men leaving the farm Saying that itj because of the fait that the fatheris enable to afford him the pleasures desired by youth who are eager to enjoy a free arid indepen dent life such as the farm should afford and instead of becoming mem ber of the A Sof E he goes to thee city and seeks employment at a better salary and in many cases falls into the paths of waywardness and becomes a wreck leaving a heartbroken mother and disappointed father down on the farm grieving over their wayward son and constantly being drained of their earnings b The Trusts Friend farmars ye members of freedom and independence why do you tt tarry longer when the goal can easily be reached where you can enjoy the blessings that await you there and welcome greets you warmly on every hand The door of success is opened unto you and you are guided by the right hand of prosperity into the grand and noble presence of the ASofEwhich will stand so majestically agai st the invasions of the trusts and guard your from the unpityinghands of grkfters A few pessimestic farmers will vainly try tip make you believe that allor ganizers of the AS of E arcgdfteis and trying to beguile you in their clutches in order to get a dollar or two without working for it But that kind of an argument is just about as thin as a Peekaboo waist And although young and wholly ignorant I wish to impress the fact upon the mind of every reader that every dollar an organizer of this society secures is justly deseryed tQ be increased twofold and I care say that When this organization is tinder complete management and put into operation bftnefarmer for the farmer every member Will agree with the writer and kick himself for npt doing more toward the ad vancement thereof Now friend farmer l wish tp cite you to a recent publication of one Mr J N Saunders of Stanford who through wide mistake tried to make us believe that it was against the statute laws to pool our farm products and any one whd should do so laid him self liable to af severe fine fixed by law Mr Saunders was a Washing ton county man and rose to fame as a lawyer bUt anyhow he started from the farm like many other useful men and I can say frankly that in my mind he intended to aid the farmer by giving ijm timely advice and did not intend to take sides with the trusts Howev er like many good men sometimes are Ihe was very badly mistaken His ar guments too met the same fate as theJunefrost and lasted just about as long when Hon W D Claybrooke gave fortK facts that elucidated the law as it isV in regard to pooling farm products And the same law gives the farmer the right th do as he pleases and get what he wants and not take what he can get for the same And now friends I feel that you and your brother and your motherinlaws husband should join the A Sof E on the groundsset forth explicitly by the aforesaid wand help yourself become one among many of the upto date farmers that should be under the auspices of the associationI It costs just com a mem j TRAGIC DEATH J i Of Boy Whilfc Hunting In Marion County- Thanksgiving Day Lebanon Enterprise While out hunting last Thursday with several companions of his own age young Stan ley Aheren age 15 years son of Mr and Mrs Jack Aheren of Brakfords ville was accidently shot and killed Four boys Masters Claud and Edgar Tatum sons of Mr and Mrs Sam JtTatum Walter Bur ks son of Mr Wil liam Burks and Stanley Aheren all of Bradfordsville started out Thahksgiv 11WWhile the other boys went alongpre pared to carry the game Light heart ed they tripped along uncoricios of the terrible fate that was soon to overtake one of their number They had killed six rabbits and were crossing a fence into another field on Mr Bradfords place beyord the North Fork about a quarter of a mile from Bradfordsville when the sad misfortune occurred Claud Tatum and Stanley Aheren were in the lead and w4ro beyond the slat fence about twenty steps The boys with the guns followed Walter Burks puhsed the barrels of his breechloud- between two slat jumped over fence andlifted thu gun when in some manner pne of the hammers struck either the wire or u slat and the gun loaded with nnmber five shot was dis charged the full load entering the back her in fact it is a use of puttingout one dollar on 200 j er cent interest for a lifetime As J have consumed considerable space in my feebler attempts to interest some one in the A Sof E I will close for this occasion and hope that these remarks may meet the approval of many arid hnfl ence same of our most inteligent farmers to become members With wishes of success for the grand A S pf Ef I beg to re main a loyal friend James Moran Jr i u of Stanley Aheren The wounded boy fell to the ground instantly and the other boys were so badly frightened that they hady knew for some sec onds what to do In a short time however the full meaning of the ter rible accident came tb them and AS their wounded companion was unable to arise and they were unable to carry him Edgar Tatum ran some distance to the banks of North Fork near his fathers home and called for help Mr Tatum hurried to the assistance ot the boy and brought him to his home in a buckboard When he reached the side of the wounded boy who had never moved he found him conscious but in great suffering As soon as possible and with the greatest care the dying boy was placed in the vehicle and ta ken to Mr Tatums house where he died Thu accident occurred about 12 oclock and he lived about one hour a half Dr Beard who was called indidall in his power to relieve him but soon saw that death was not far distant A post mortem examinrtipn disclosed the discharge of the shot had broken the boys left arm and that several of the little bujlits had passed entirety through his body The boy had been a member of the Christian church since he Was twelve years old and was a good boy Shortly after his death hisbody was removed to the home of his grief strikes parents Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church Bradfordsville Sunday morning After which xhisre mains were iuterred at Old Libert ubeenTwo physicians were constahtlytJbyftus 1 side all yesterday afternoon Hie is a brother of Mr Chester Burke the clever young assistant postmaster of this city Edgar and Claud Tatum are also greatly distressed over the great mjsfortunnp that overtook their youug companionIThe accident cast a shadow ofgloom over the entirepopulation of the thrive ing little city of Brdfordsville and of the community for miles around and turned the day from f givtngr into one of deep mournmgana sadness Subscribe for The Sun 100 ear Subscribe for The Sun 100 TAKEt YOURCLOrHE To George B Taylor and have them ersolos and Pressed before Christmas t Come to See Me am prepared to do all kinds of retpair my t My Repair slifop is now located in j the large room on Main Street recent ly occupied by Carpenters Meat Market Geot B Taylor f i TTTTI i J f ifr i TOE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNfSDAti DECEMBER 5 1906 I SPRINGFIELD SUN IMUZD EVERY WEDNESDAY UB6RIP ION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J BOGUS GORE Editor and Publisher Mitered at the ce at eld- Yyt for transmISSIon througnthe = i1R aa sec ndclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONi sLOO3ontharee Months 25 addresaehangediwaBvouagMwellaa the postofflce to which yon Mlt Milt J The dynamiting and burning of tobacco warehouse at Princeton and other sections of the State is an outrage and a crime for which there is no excuse It is to be hoped that the guilty parties will be apprehended and severely pun ished These mobs of midnight marauders and incendaries are composed of those elements who have no respect for law andor der nor regard for human life They are criminals of the worst type The tprch and the dirk be long to the anarchist belong to those whose dastardly deeds are always accomplished under the black shades of night These Verses are from the Cen tury magazine When mothers sick the house is all So strangely hushed in room and hall But mother never will admit Shes suffering a single bit She wont let people do a thin Theres nothing anyone can bring She just lays there and tries to fix Herself by cunning little tricks And as for doctorwhy the word She scouts as being most absurd And when he comes he has to guess At symptons that she wont confess And then hes apt td frown and say You should have had me right away Ill come again this evening for Its bed you see a week or more When fathers sick 111 tell you now Yot ought to hear the dreadful row 5The talk of dying and the groans The orders in convulsive tones The hasty running to and fro pillowsoToFor mustard plaster lemonade quickAn sick And then the doctor sits and hears While father grunts his pain and fears He leaves some drops tells us Hum Unless Im needed shant come Again I think do all tight And fathers up perhaps by night Do you catch the meaning gen tleman We think we catch th idea of the poet we think we understand and we are indig nant The poet practically say that the doctor saysthat we ain sick when we are afflicted 4A woman who says that she controls the sun the moon and the stars theatens to kill John D Rockefeller it he refuses to give her one million dollars Mrr Rockefeller now has the matter under advisement but he win likely turn down the proposi tion unless the lady will agre to keep thesunqownuntil some time next summer In tha event coal oil would bring i per gallon in the well A scheme of that sort would make Mr Rock feller a rich man Mr QUiver Gaither Kelly Jr assistant editor of the Lebano- Enterprise we congratulate you When you led to the marriage altar on last Wednesday evening Miss Mattie Montgomery McEl roy we are informed that one of Marion countys prettiest and noblest women became you bride And now that the voyage is begun may the seas be calm and may tfe port into which all saiofbe faraway President oosevelt is still be ing censured by the cullard ge Tjlmens of the East because that dishonorable discharge given negro soldiers for refusing to dI- vulge the names of members their companies who m rde re two white men in a little town in Texas But the Presitent is fceariiig up well nnder t h e strLlhand a nervous collapse IIVt1fOIll ble t f 1I A New York woman shot a man because he did not have the money to pay her for sewing some hutton on his shirt This poor fellow had to choose between two tragedies death or a buttpnless shirt and he chose the lesser A wise he was indeed on mtn j1 slde of an open ifel aintjsvorth living Congress is in session tobacco barns sire being burned in Western anjd Southern Kentucky y and the lid vasoffin Louisville last Sunday Other important ne vf scar e J A report fis being circulated that NewIHayen Echo was married recently a Hundreds of young ladies will be Had to learn that the report is untrue J These are days of remarkable shots GOIN6WEST TO DIE r iiI COURIERJOORSAU Well hereweare my dear old wifeon board the train at last Our little all packed ina trunk with lock andstrap made fast I hear th bell aringin and the whistles piercin cry There were movin opt of town were goin West todr Weve been from Janes to Johns house from Johns home back to Jane Till now theyve laid their burdens down on board the Western train Tis rather hard to send us off all crip grayTo which to die two thousand miles away Since w6 broke up akeePinrhouse they ye carted us around Till it seems a home for us on earth cannot be found As sure as this old face of mine can neerj look young again So sure well never more return to trouble John and Jane They send us tda stranger land oer an untraveled road That Mary in her Western home may bear the heavy load It isnt to bewo lered at that myeyes are filled wit tears Or that my form is bending down with more than weignt of years I didnt think twould come to thisI didnt mean it should No home is like your own home though made of logs of wood No bread is sweet when eatin it mid bitterness and strife aneWow oer a long untraveled road we strangerlands up at cruel Times command tBut they can not destroy our love tis stronger now than when Our heads wore not the silver locks of three score years and ten- SincewebrokeuP f akeepin house weve led a wretched life Jane put the blame upon her man and Johnupon his wife They not of their infancy of all those tender years rWhen night and y we toiled for them and wiped their flowing tears oef And all the friends with whom weve won the victories of life tWe leave behind the little church whey prayerBut leaye the God that met us there Although these eyes are growing dim I still can see to read The precious truth of Gods own word that children all should heed7 LardnThen shalt thou live long in the land that God has given you j Our latest days will dawn ere long our journeys end will nigh Were goin west to Marys home r were goin West to dig When He who sees the s atr9w fail sandsrus house not made with ha ds King of all Cough Medicines Mr EG Case a mail carrier of Canton CenteriConn who has been in the US Service for about sixteen years saysIIWe have tried many Chacoofs and one to be relied upon every time We also find it the best remedy for ofcoughs and colds giving certain WdFor sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Form xGov Thomas T Critenden of Missouri celebrated his told n wed ding vCityerrr tr L + W +i HIGH SCHOOL + NOTES 1 H w We have the happenings of only three days to record this time and they t may be short but we willsoon be onj I the home stretch that ends at Christmas and then there will be plenty to write as the school will be going full blast I i Thanksgiving was spent in various ways huts majority of the school boys went hunting and it is reported that it will be useless to try to find covey of birds anywhere from now on i Vork i going on with the big Christ hi s debate and in another week the i debaters will be in shape to do some hard practice The mandolin ndI guitar club which will furnish e misic is also haying semiweeklyi practice The moving to town of families whoI Wi h to educate their children in our t school continues Mr S C Vanarsdal ana family came to town last week anda Mt Mat Wycoff and family o oil e are now moving their furniture iltO town he next time recitations airs deliv Rileywthe school at present has no auditorium This of course is merely a mat ter of timeand we shall look forward toe good crowd when we have Riley evening again We were glad to see some of our old students now off at college on the street during the vacation Robert Mayes Lynne Bush John S McElroy and Jack McChordwereback The singing by our students at the U D C reading Thanksgiving night brought great credit upon them and mate us rightfully proud of them Miss Mary Haydon and Mr Will Waters Jr deserve especial mention Although petitioned by the students the faculty were unable to grant the request that the students be allowed to write compositions last Wednesday qn Why We are Thankful We feel sure that had it been granted ther faculty would have profited in matter of trade lasts and thus it is with greatlregret that we report this deplorable affair perhaps before Christmas dhildren if you are as good asyou can be you may get to write on What Santa Claus will bring me Terily Tis a consummation devoutly be wished Lyman Barber has been confined Ip his room for several days with an attack of tons 1itis Hecis reported as pidly recovering however Dorothy was seen taking notes at appearantemy may be momentarily expected She has decided not to try the Fam fine another cause for giving thanks WILLISBURG lThe people of this community were to hear of the death of Mrs J Irs Mary Trent which occurred Nov 28 She was well known here and loved by all who knew her We extend our Heartfelt sympathy to the bereayed es Born to the wife of W B Shirley On Thursday Nov 29 ah eleven pound boy To the wife of H Hr Greenwood on Saturday Dec 1 a ten pound girl Enoch Masters and wife spent Satur day and Sunday Withthe letters par ents near this place Mrs Wm Goodlett spent one day I ist week with her brother A B Wells at this place who is quitefflat present G W Shirley and family of Pleas ant Hill passed through our town fieldew erQ they spent several days with re atiyes and friendS Mrs W T Wells and Miss Mattie Sown are spending several days with relatives in Lawrenceburg Dr W W Hyatt is in Cincinnati this week John Turner is able to be out again after an attack of rheumatism Little Virgie Ransdale who has been ill of scarlet fever is convalescent Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shir ley spent Saturday and Sunday at th Shirleyeand wife S B Yeager and wife T W Heed and Dr John Suthejladd dined with T J Mil der and wife Thanksgiving The bank building is almost com pleted and they h pe to begin business ec15 J 41 +LJ1 + tji itnpili ifr ift ffufriti ill ifr ii i 1 CurIOSltY tII Indicates Thought 1I itwyou would not have one to protect you from the rain A High Art Cravanette is not only a rain protection but a coat that good on all occasions rain or shine See this stock of serviceable coats and you will agree with us in saying there is not a stock in Springfield to i w tmore styles and more patterns And the fit of a leigh Art Cravanette so differ + ient fits better because only Jhe best handwork and finest trimmings are put into themfj t Ladies and Misses Want r ISat- t1 Well that is all vou- haveto+ sav when you come in pur storeand tit you shall hve that suit one of the t est that can be made and one you 4will always like not + the kind that looks titrusty afte a few days + wear but one that is always goo 3 T W uJ iWf LOOK FOR IT IN THIS COLUMN EVERY WEEK ILost Notices Found Notices + centI1pape down Until of this co umnI Il BOWLING ALLEYL D Cos Bowline Alley open every day and night In building formerly occu pied by Allen Begemans harness shop WARNING You must not hunt on my farm I mean YOU it matters not what color you or your stand ing in the community Keep off JNO Y MAYES FARMS FOR SALE Write T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want When YOU want a picture framed remember I make frames to order G B TAYLOR FbR SALE25 acres stalk in acre field Fieldhas not been grazed Booth Carrico Springfield Ky LOST FOB LOCKET On November 23 between Springfield and Mr Sullians head enclosed in horse shoe set with small diamonds Reward if left at post office pd lt Mammoth Bronze Turkeys with the best of breeding and markings Extra fine birds from winning stock Pairs or more not related For big Cloaks i The Latest Stylis The Finest Material Thi Lowest Prices t We have = a fine lot of Ladies and Misses Cloaks and Suits made in very tasty styles and of the finest material that can be bought for the move We van to busy your laksald suits home by giving you lu t asnice goods as you can buy in the city and better bargainsI t i iii i ii ii Baker are W 70 prize at bone large size and line plumage write MRS W P MERRITT R F D Springfield Ky W ANTEDA contract with reliable parties is wanted at once for putting metal on old turnpike road running from Willisburg pike to Mackville You are requested to go over road at oiye and make bid S FARM FOR SALE164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 86 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 22 per acre A bargain for somebody Who wants a place close to town B D LAKE NOTICE Hunters must keep off my farm Let this be a warning to you If I see you there I will have a warrant issued for your arrest This applies to people qf all colors friends and foes alike LUTHER BURNS NOTICENotice is hereby given that I have not authorized any one to buy tobacco for me or in my name pr for the American Tobacco Company Persons claiming to buy for me or in my name are doing so without my consent or authority and any one selling to tiny person claiming torepresent me do so at their owr peril as I will not be responsible for any such purchases Dec 12 HMMoss All persons having claims againstthe- estate of Arch Wheeler deceased will present same to either of the under signed properly proven upon or before December 1st 1906 All persons know ing themselves indebted to the estate will please settle same before January 1st 1907 ELVIS BIRCH Adm of Arch Wheeler W D CLAYBROOKE FARM FOR SALE250 acre farm well located 60 acres of creek bottom 30 acres in timb r125aCres in grass and lays wen good 7 room dwelling good tenant house two barns new t asAi1r L Material F r Differentf it btvThere is a material difference tween the shoes of 200 Yearsago and the ordinary shoe of today There is a material difference between the ordi- narY ffshoe of today and the Walk Over Shoe There isnothinpr ordinary about eXicellenc and 5 134tt1t The RobertsonClaybrooke Co if horsese 40x60 three never failing wells alEi ttofarms Price 5400 r For further particulars call onkMCELROY WHARTON HReal Estate A eatsn HILLSBORO jJ Mrs Mat Inman and daughter EvaJ were in town Friday shopping j 1MrJLMissf rwandMr Carter Sween of near E Creek Spencer county visited hiss ter Mrs J S Thomas several laj i last week t I tMr Bill Scott and family of near 1 Willisburg visited the family of J AV1 Coulter Saturday night and1 Sunday Mrs Nanme Holman of Springfield jMaryMiss Naonii Sweeney of Mackville visited Miss Agnes Hines Sa and Sunday Urdayj Mr George Dean of Harrodsburg r spent Saturday and Sunday with hisf sll at this place Mrs Sam Montgomery spent Sunday night and Monday with Mrs Sabei A Coulter Messrs Lewis and George XiIand BenReddicks of Maud visited at MoetgomerYSaturday t Mr Bud Gillispie and family of HS rrods urg spent several dys last andffamily PIStheorder Sj II Mr J M Shields happened to a very t tpainful accident Sunday while cu ttinCiC wood a stick struck him in the facer fLIeylcl TOE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 51906 S Burton 4RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY = J AUDntaIWorkStiictly First classSpringfield 1 Ky Office in Hufton Block up stairs Local News Notes The public sale of Mrs Nannie Leachmon on last Friday was very well attended and every thing sold high Mr Richard Mullican who had an ingrowing toe nail cut out some weeks ago is recovering very slowly and is yet unable to walk His suffering has been intense at time Dont wait until you are ready to buy or stayaway because you dont want to buy Eyerybodyis welcome HAGAN BROS The sale of Campbells grocery did not materialize so you can still find us at our old stand ever ready to sell you groceries and buy your produce MRS LIZZIE CAMPBELL Proprietor An invitation is extended to everyone to come in and see our display of Christmas china glass etc HAGANBROS Mr Polin Mcintire and family will move to Union county where they will locate The Sun together with numerous friends regret that Mr McIntire is to leave Washington county He is a good citizen and when such a man 4moves away the community besomes a looser Mr Isaac Curry sold his farm situa ted on the Bardstdwn and Springfield turnpike just outside the city limits to MrW N Keeling of Tatham Springs for 9000 This farm consists of one hundred and seyen and one quar ter acres and is one of the most desir purchaserIi Tunnel Mill at Tatham Springs and is an enterprising citizen He will move his family to the farm about Jan 1 Mr Curry has not yet decided just where he will locate The sale was made through McElroy Wharton A very interesting case was tried in Judge B L Litseys court here begin ning last Friday and concluding Mon day John Carrier brought suit fo thtfcustody of his two children F agea nine and Arthur aged seven According to the evidence Carriers first wife was the daughter of Mr and Mrs George Hood who live in the Brus Grove neighborhood Shortly afte her death which occurred about five years ajo these children were placed in the cats and custody of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Hood About a month ago Carrier married again and desired that his two children by h former marriage come and live wit him Mr and Mrs Hood refuSed to surrender them and suit was instituted for their possession At the conclusion n couptchildren in the custody of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Hood LosTBetween Christian churc- and mill on Thanksgiving day a pair of gold spectacles in case with E M Russells name on it also one black kid glove Finder returning these to McElroy ghaders grocery will b rewarded Q Q QQQQQQQQU-oeoeoo oeoeooeoeooeoo eaeoeoeoeoeaeaeaaeoeoeaeoeoeaeQe aeoeaeoaeaeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe- OeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeOeOeOeo XMAS Christmas Fuisi For Children at Mrs Williams at Very Low Prices Hats at Half Price f eooJQQeQQ U U eodaoo oeoaOeoaoeoeo eoeoaQaQaoaeOeoe aoa eoea- 0aoeooaoeooeoeoeoeoeoeD eaeoeoeaeoeoeneaeoeoeaeaeaeoeoeoaooeoaoeoeoeoeoeoeo The Sunr oeOIooeooooe eooo n I Personal Notes f a 0OVisitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News 0oMessrs Mack Grundy and Dudley Wells attended the Masonic banquet in Lebanon Thursday MioS Jennie Craycroft spent a few days in Louisville last weekt Mr and Mrs Dave Walker of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Oscar Walker of Walker Heights Mr T B Blanford spent a few days in Louisville last week Mr arid Mrs 1 H Thurman attended the KellyMcEhroywedding in Lebanon Friday =Mr Will Russell was in Lebanon Thursday Miss Mary Brown has returned to LouisVille after spending Thanksgiving with her sisters at this place Mrs Ardy Brown of Mississippi is the guest of Mrs Frank Martin Miss Eliza Durrett spent Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs M W Hyatt Mr R E Foster was in Louisville a few days last week on business Mr Leslie Goudy of CainpT ells vine was here a few days last week Mr and MrpV F Grigsby at tended the f R Y McElroy Sr in Lebanon Monday =Mr Arthur Goatley who has been in the west for about six years has returned home iir iMr M H Jones was in Harrods burg Monday LoUiSIvi1tespent Mrs Sallie Shaunty rMiss Margarite Shader is visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Lizzie Kinkead of Elizabeth town is the guest of her sisterr Mrs Sue Knott of near town Mr Will F Simms was in Danville Monday w Messrs Logan Bosley and Goodin of Lebanon were here Sunday Mrs T C GampbeUwas in Louis vine Tuesday Mr JC Clements was in Jeffer sonyille Ind a few days this week Miss Huston of Maud was Mondayr nIe week Lreba non MrS1Iayes Jr attended the funeralof Mr R Y McElroy Sr of Lebanon Monday Mrs H E Rodman is visiting a urmanhMiss Katherine Spaldiiig of Leba non visited at the home of Mr Ben Haydoh Sunday Mrs Piub Vhelanjandilittie son o Bardstawn are ng parents Mr and Mrs Ben F Simms of near town CampbellshMr Stith Thompson visited friends and relatives in Bloomfield Saturda and Sunday a eMiss Bessie Leachman left Monda for a visit to her sister Mrs Norman qf Tennessee Misses Eliza Lile McChord and Ra Montgomery of Lebanon visited n the home of Mr R H McElroy Fri day Mr G G Wharton was in Lquis vine Sunday Miss Pearl Conner of Fredericks town visited Miss Catherine Russell last week Miss Ellen Gregory who is attend ing school at Harrodsburg spent few days with her father Mr James Gregory of this placeIMessrs Lynn a d Robert Mayes after spending Thanksgiving with their patents at this place haVe returned to Lexington where they are attending school Miss Janes of Harrodsburg is vis iting Miss Ellen Gregory at this place Miss Emogeen Henderson an mother have returned to theirs home in Louisville after a visit to Mrs F M Martin Mr Dave Shuck of ebanon here Friday Mr Clem Hill of Louisville where as Thursday Miss Ida McClure spent several days last week with her parents at High Grove Mr and Mrs J W Lewis have ret turned home after spending Thanks giving with their daughter Mrs Fred MangetJ of Louisville t Mr John Thompson who has been in Europe has returned home Messrs M H Grundy and John I McElroy attended the funeral of Mr R Y McElroy ot Lebanon Tuesday Miss Althaire Medley has returned home after a Vi i1to Miss Kelly of Louisville u Mrs To D Wells and Miss Sadie Mayes spent Wednesday with Mrs J R Montgomery of Lebanon Mr Green Jones of Louisville spent Wednesday here hunting LouisviUeViMrT B Blanford has returned to his home at Straight Greek Ky after a several weeks stay here Mr and Mrs A H Robertson of Bardstown have moved here and are occupy rig rooms atthe home of Mrs Mollie Mayes A R Shultz is rapidly recovering and while he willbe a little short on the toe question he will get along with never a halt nor a limp Mr B B Waters spent Sunday with his daughters Mrs Wm Ma honey Mrs Jas McCullum and Miss Grace Waters of Louisville Healso visited his soninlaw who is at the infirmary MrJ H McMillin and family who have been living in Illinois have c1wencounty are the guests ct Dr and Mrs J B RoBards J E Shelby was intOwn a few days agog receiving a shipment of Duroc veryIThis sow cost Mr Shelby 50 ISL Lois court of appeals ruled that to operate railroad regularly releases stock subscriber J HMfUPTON M D HaaseOffice No38 Russells Christmas Offerings 11 You will Have no Trouble in St- Itcting Your Presents From The Following list tDiamond Broaches Rings Watches Fobs Broaches Lorgnetts Bracelets f fStick Pins Buttons Combs NecklacesWaist GoldThimblesV Collar Pins Tea Spoons Table Spoons Knives and Forks ShellsYSoupLadela Forks YOlive Spoons Salad Berry Spoons Baby SpoonstPearl Handle Knives and Forks TYToHetSetfrManicure Sets Suspenders Cut Glass Bowls Cut Glass Punch Bowls NappyCut CutGlass Pepper and Salt boxes Cut Glass Jars Boxesa Jars Silver Tea Sets Butter Dishes 4Baking Dishes U TraysCandle If Cream and Sugar bowls CIFernery Shamy Sets Ie CupsSyrup 4Bread Trays CeleryTrays Traysd f All at Greatly Pricesas These Goods are High Class and Will make Valuable Presents Om fHanEMRRUSSELL Springfield KC Ckl I Still Overstockedhave too many goods and in order to j WEcut stock down we will for the Jtthirty days offer special Induce ments In every department V J Specials inI Clothing Mens Suits1j 15 worth 20 Mens Suits ii250 worth 1750 Mens Suits 11 worth 15 Mens Suits 9 worth 1250 Mens Suits 750 worth 10 Mens Suits 5 worth 750 Mens Overcoats 5 750 10 and 1250 worth 8 1250 15 and 18 Hart Shafner Marx and Rosen wold Weils Suits and Oyer Coats in cluded in the above Youths Perfection Suits 10 worth 15 Y uths Perfection Suits I SP50 worth 12 Youths Perfection Suitsv 750 worth 10 Youths Suitsfc 5 worth 750 Childs knee pants Suits 150 2 250 e up to 6 worth one thirdmore Speclals in i Cloaks g FursWomens Black 50 inch Cloaks 12 worth 16 Womens Black 50 inch Cloaks 9 worth 1250 Womens Castqr 50 inch Cl- oaksra9 worth 1250 Womens Castor 46 inch Cloaks 7 worth 10 Womens Blackand Colored 46 inch Cl aksr 5 worth750 Misses and Children Cloaks propor tionably low We are badly overstocked in Furs will Sell regardless of cost both neck pieces and muffs Special Prices in Lace Curtains Net Curtains T 450 forth 650 Bonne Femme Lace Curtains 3 worth 4 Bonne Femme Lace Curtains i 250 worth 530 Bonne Femme Lace Curtainsh1 worth 150 i 0 Nottinghams Lace Curtains 4 worth 5 NottinghamSce Curtains JlfT 3 worth S4 Nottinghams llace Curtains J 225 worth3 Nottinghams Lace Curtains i n jl75 worth 250 Cheaper Cur ains same proportions t VV ExtendV You a Mst Cordial Invitation ie visit us We assure R You we will Save You Mtney j our next 0 Brussel 1 4jSpecials in Dress Goods 50 inch Serges worth i for7i5c r 42 l worth 90c for 65c t 38 wor1hT75c for 50o All of the Above Merges in Black and Colors 38 inch Plain Plaid and Checks worth 75c for 50 t 38Novelties worth 50c for 37c 34 Novelties worth 30c for 19c + jt30 Heniy Serges worth 25c for l8c 30 Luxoria for SOc 30 Suasuett for fc5c i J r WeAlwaysmakeL SPECIAL CASH PRICESf to Cash Buyers + FuiffStock Window Shades and- Upholstery Goods at Special Prices i i Holiday Goods We will show la beaiti HolidayGoods Fine Voo lankets Fine Rugs Fine Lab 4ncFur Gloves 1 Fine Suspenqeis- Ladies and Gents Neckwear- Silk t HandkJ hiefs- i kiJj- EtcEtc- 8000 PairsShoeSii Are too much for 1hisfseason of year We have them and this stock must be cut by January 1907 Come and see us we will make prices to suit 1 you ntr Carpets Rugs and Wall Paper Axminster Carpets 95c worth 125 Velvet Carpetsworth115 i iiDTapestry isIngrainIngrain Carpets 456 worth GOc Ingram Carpets M35c worthj Sanitory Extra Super Carpets35c Sultana Cottage Carpets j 30cPL 9x12 Axminster Rugs 195d worth 25 I 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs r 1450 worth f20- 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rug r 111 worth 15 We will give onethird off on our entire stock of Wall Paper We Th ink You foryour past patronage andwish to merit your con ii Cfiin tJe w future 0 ii CUrnln8ham unCnl4Coe tJ 1t t r i I A 1 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1906 J1EASOK OF DOWIE IS DETHRONED 1IADLY HARANGUES HIS FEW JAFAITHFUL FOLLOWERS III theiellef That He Is aGreatGen eral 6rlevou Wounded During attleICkiwige Dec 3John Alexander Dole touader of Zion City and first iipo tle of the Christian Catholic arcn IB Zion te insane This fact Mar dent astrated when Dowse in an- i4arsrc to his followers in Shiloh Aouae described himself as a general Jkte hearers and his soldiers and his fcome as a tent on the battlefield The spectacle presented by Dowse as he harangued his faithful adherents spas pitiful His eyes glared with the ftfea of madness his manner was nervi Ous and his address incoherent an1ITCMonles He fancied he had just conducted his rerstovctoryafter as frightful battle in which his genera war slain and iiimeelf sorely wounded at be pointed to his warships which Jay la battle formation in the lakeI their runs protecting Zion from hostile imviwion Deacon John A Lewis and James F- Peters hismot faithful friends sought in vain to quiet Dowie and escort him to his chamber He ordered them torrerain quiet and threatenedI to haveijtfiein inbordinatloa on the battlefield He pronounced an Incoherent eulogy over the body of His faithful general whl hIfee fancied lay at his feet and ex tiorted his hearers whom he termed yhis trusted fcoldlors to follow ails Banner tR more glorious victories ov rItheir common foe You have naught to fears he shouted Our general has been slain but have I not taken his place and wound t casd as 1 6m led you to victory over the enemy Now as we meet In this tent to pay our last tribute to the greatness of our fallen leader let us not fa rgefI that more battles are to be fought and thatwe must stand together as a man if we hope to defeat our foes The first evidence that Dowies wind was hopelessly shattered pre vented itself when the first apostle appeared In the meeting room garbedI in black His hands were sVarped in flannels and his slippered were encased in cod bandages Laboring under the delusion that he had reIcelved serious wounds in a mythical battle he had acted as his own surgeon and had come to pay his tribute to his fallen general whose office he had assumed with triumphant honor Let every soldier remain seated cried Dowie in a burst of passion Remember this Is my tent and I am commander of this army At a sign from Peters several men advanced and Dow to was gently seized and taken from the room He expostu lated and fought his supposed kidnap ors wasitaken room an ing and pleading by turns was placed In bed where he lay for some time muttering meaningless phrases of war like tenor yforn out by the strain he sank Into a fitful slumber TO WIPE OUT THE STAIN On His Public Career Made By Incur r anpe Companies j Washington Dec 3 Before hfc retires from office President Roosevelt intends to have refunded to the pol icy holders of the Big Three insur- anCe companies the money contributed to the republican national committee In 1904 by the Equitable Life the Mu tual Life and the New York Life insurance Cos The aggregate of their contributions made out of the yellow dog funds of the companies was 4148000 The fact that he was elected with the help of money taken illegally from the policy molders of the three companies has nettled the president for many months He feels that it has placed a taint upon his administration as well as upon his public deer It leaked out for the first time that the president has already taken steps to have the money refunded and that this would have been done long ag but for the obstfnancy of Postmaster General George B Cortelyou and Cor nelius W Bliss of New York it is knowif positively that Pr 1entRoose- ve1t sent for both Mr Cortelyou and Mr Bliss several months ago and di rected them to pay the money back with interest Dr Crapsey Says Farewell Rochester N Y Dec 8Dr Alger non S Crapsey preached his farewell sermon at St Andrews church The church HeDwas heard with close attention and many of his parishioners were deeply affected Dr Crapsey made no reference to his departure from the minis try Plans te AN Indigent Consumptives AtJat Ga Dec 3The American antituberculosis league is planning a campaign for the introduction lathe legislature of every state In the union Mlle to secure uniform legislation for the care ef indigent coaiua tives tyn ahMln Negret tattle 1JacUonyw Yla Dec BSeven ne alegross4s the rewrit 9i a general TaW oat shoothtff aflrav growing out of ao old feud at Marietta eras miles from this city The jawbome r pae negre WM shatterei aM wgus et elL Ra44 Mfen CHI Train Nortli YskiS WM Dec SAa a TesulViW the eeei UmMe here a raft wad lanie em sr eeel Irate Trains s- i vhe airik as sort te stop Ute seizurer were eetllaae44 with bodily term sad fceet TIB lnter1icrIg tr 11rtr11 181 fli BD LAKE Uf 1 t 3J INSURANCE AND REAL E- STATEFARM1 t ffii Are increasing in Value If You Want to Buy Now is The Time IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM PUT IT IN MY- HANDS THE REAL MAN I believeindeed I am ureIcan save you mone if you desire to buy a farm in or adjoining counties I have a great m any farms for sale good ones =at reasonable prices and I am anxious to show you any one of them Remember that land is constantly increasing i i value and there is hardly a remote possibility that it will decrease Indeed the man who buys a farm today may feel absolutelycertain that its value will increase a third possibly half or more within a halfa dozen earsrI honestly believe that you can be suited in place and price ifyou will call upon me I have farms in every section of thec untyfalgeandsm f and all of them are well improved I also have some bargains in town property list in this issue of The Sun i No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 15 per acre No 370acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwelling good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to school arouse and church Price 40 per acre No 4255acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre No 5I67a res seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from schooliouse and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No7 175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town NoSI28 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and Price 20 per acre No 965acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10108acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good timber good tobacco land good barn fine orchard good large welling make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12The most desirablfe house in Springfield Well located No 16196acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good barn 80 acres in blue grass rest Jin cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres jlO miles from Springfield one goodsix room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19275 acres 76 acres good timber two story room- dwelltngtwo tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of and small ice iiouse carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield goOd dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine prchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of townprop rtyIf you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson county Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfive acres of tobaccq All in fine orchard School J miles No wasteland on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 62135 acres 5 room welling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land one half mile from pike On third of purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 24 per acre H H this See nine barns =w h t YOU WILL FIND HERE TO SUIT YOU l 0 D ADVER TISE EXTENSIVELY AND BUYERS ARE FOUND IJ LET ME SHOW YOU ONE OF THESE ARMSt ESTATE A twi PROPERTY LAKE i No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling year fineset of grass 35 acres of corn in this year N 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable someI timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price No 270 acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house h n smoke hpuse orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price t 1800iNo 28160 fccres 3J miles from Springfield on good road 1 mile from pike acre easy No 30 115J acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pi e 1 six price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 roost dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres l acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 No 3276 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on f good road 5 room dwelling stock barns all out buildings Price 3250 No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stonerpike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x4Q t 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington Un ty for a home No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Spnngfieldtwill sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water inhouse and yard Hot and cold water over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 t Well fenced stock water 35 per acre r A fACT FOR YOU TO REMEMBER WASHINGTON COUNTY LAND COMPARED WITH THE LAND Of SURROUNDING COUNTIES HAS ALWAYS BEEN TOO CHEAP AND AS THE MONTHS GO BY IT INCREASES IN VALUE NOW TI E TO BUY t 1leII II 11 18 J i pJ The POlNT battombarns50x60 paymentsi housefine CheapJ pikeFarm SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY ri sUn tir H f 44 J a t AND LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD ONE YEAR TWO DOLLARSS- SS J r S SISISISISISLSIS S1SIS 1S- 4p = of 6 i t Ftj f 7 r r pi i as i t 1i ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 1906 1 rE rr CHRISTMASAt I 1 h II IT s We have an unusual line of toysunusual in respectsunusual in mechanism brittiancy and duribihty Indeed our store is a veritable paradis for the children hundreds of wonders from Won der Land Bring the boys and girls in Let them enjoy looking on lJIl Add the II t AND WILL IT But for le we sell you 1b will a and well We them from I 1 Santa Claus supplies in can be found at our store from a peanut up to the finest box candy A bf the best funs and nuts i utw SAMPLE LEND Mi Forwarded To by lfefier Asking For a Specific Ruling Louisville rectifiers ho have been sending out millions of gallons of whisky annually are very much interested in getting a decision from Secretary of 1 llson- Jin as to do in labeling their different of goods under the pure food law Re a of therectl llers sent a sample of whisky mixed a itk neutral spirits prune sugar and asked for a decision it this could be labeled blend whisky under the meaning of the act Several other letters and were sent to the secretary ask tag for a decision but it fa claimed clinetl to give a decision The Ken jtucky of straight goods are taking a deeper interest in the pure law than appears from the surface They claim that within the past feW years the rectifiers have made millions dollars by sending out rectified Nelson farm AdRerrsemb That a Christmas dinner a Dig necessary to complete the happiness of the Some times big dinners are ruined by theingredients Isuggest that you use THE BEST Then of course Iyou will come to us Letters IdhWHAT SPELL DOLLAR OF COURSE Imoney will eautifutdollonethat last longtime IIpok have I 5 Cents to 450 1 Of Course abundance Anything largesupply Washington Washington brands uiceand combination telegrams distillers food 2 I IIhandsometion is DO YOU WANT If you do then we Ican satisfy you in Design quality and price g 1McELROt SHADER I 1 e Grocerymen I rr t STATE NEWS PICKUPS I RectI KyrLonlsvile hBtt1eYI113Y respresenfiitive burnt acknowledgingI of errI goods marking It Kentucky Bourbon or Rye when in reality it Is nothing but a mixture of prune juice burnt sugar and neutral spirits They want Kentucky whisky branded as Kentucky whisky and the other compounds branded with the details of the mixture on the bottle or package BLUE RIBBON Catches Former Fugitive Thespian and Booze Dealer MIddlasboro KyLoo A Turn r former fugitive in the Kentucky mountains and at whose famous Qnur ter House officers and desperadoes n gaged in a fight in which 10 men were killed in February 1902 has asso ciated himself with temperance advocates and tonight made his initial speech here as a blue ribbon lecturer He expects to p ak at many cities in this State Turner had histrionic aspirations following the sensational shooting at his Quarter House and for one year trod the boards Then he cast trom him the accoutrements with which he awed hta ten twent thtrt audi nnfoifoi3 1 NOTICEt I e l i 1 rWe are prepared to do fl kinds of Buggy Top y J Harness Shoe and Sad t1L die repairing at the lowest All workprices t guaranteed it i t t 1u v V tTHE BLUE GRASS MFG COMPANY i Main Street opposite Opera House Springfield Ky Iiliine FOR SALE IAtAt the Court house door in BardstownKYtthe home farm of Burr Crume deceased will be sold to the r This farm containing 12acres of land of which about 175 acres is fine CountyIt It 48 miles from LoufcvJUc anV on the Beech Fork river TERMS This farm will be sold in two tracts dwellirighouse on each trac and then as a whole d the best bid accepted It will be sold on a credit of 6 + 12 and 18 months pu chaser required to execute bonds h ving force of a judg ment with lien retained on all of said land to secure payment thereof V W T SPALDING M C N C C IItILIL 8ii y r ences and engaged in the saloon bus- Iness here However he says he has quit the sale of boze for good KENTUCKY ELDERS Twentynin Strong Attend Mormon Conference At Louisville Louisville Ky Brigham M Rob erts former member of congress from Utah who has been attending the Ken tucky state conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints which has attracted 29 Kentucky elders spoke at an open meet Ing at Scottish Rite Cathedral Roberts will 30 to Nashville to attend the Tennessee conference WJth him Is George H Smith one of the Twelve Apostles of the Mormon church They will be accompanied by Benjamin E Rich of Chattanooga president of the southern mission which Is made up of 11 states Kentuc4y being one of them having a Mormon representation of 1100 The president of the Kentucky conference Is James H Christensen of Utah who is temporarily sjatlbned at Louisville MAYOR MOSER Is Again Arrested For Falling to Close Poolroom covln onKy nee warrant was Issued out of the county court for Mayor Joseph J Moser of West Cov ington Ky charging him with refusing to disperse ah illegal unlawful assembly The warrant was issued after John Bentz had made an affidavit sim ilar to the one of the day before Mr Bentz declared It to be his Intention to get out a warrant for Mayor Moser everyday the poolroom In Romano wltzs place Is permitted to run except that he will await until alter the exam ining trial of Mayor Moser Before ap plying for the warrant Mr Bentz made a written demand upon Mayor Moser that he elute up the poolroom Not Known Here Newport KyA search through the directories of Newport for the past eight years falls to disclose the name of Anna Rechteln who has been ar rested Jn St Louis on a charge of in cendiarism No one In the rillcan be found who knows her and some mistake has been made in the address Killed the Negro Boy Frankfort Ky Lut2ieir Martin at negro boy aged 11was accidentally shot and killed by Ed Cluck a whlto bofr aged 11 while they were out hunt ing It was an accident I W C T U School Burns xington IiyThe Womens Chris Ulan Trimrrrance Union SettlQixt School at Hlndnian Knott County was burned with a loss of 10000 Several students narrowly escaped with their iiw The origin of the fib 3s supposed to be incondlurismj Bell Is Missing Hodgcrivllle IX CurtIs Bell nl leged to lie an accessory in the murder Of Mrs Mallnda Johnson near HI bernla Ky in August 1905 has it is said fled The murdered womans daughter is also missing Croup i Not a minute should be lost when a child shows cymptoss of croup Cham gooftor even after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by eyery reliable dealer in the Blue- Grass o J o f 7 ARMED MOBBURNS TOBACCOFACTOR1ES TCrTWO BIG STEMMERIES AT PRINCETON KY MARSHAL SEIZED AND TOWN HELD AT BAY Flames Guarded Until All Hope ol Saving Structures Is PassedOp position to Trust Believed to Be Cause of Work Princeton ji Dec 3Two big to bacco stemmeries were destroyed Saturday by tires set by a mob of 300 masked men The mob held the town at bay until the flames were burning so furiously that they could not be extinguished One of thee stemmeries was con ducted by John Steger and the Other by John C Orr The Steger factory is controlled by the American Snuff company Mr Steger being he Princeton agent for that concern Mr Orr is the repre sentative of the Imperial Tobacco company of New York There were bout 150000 pounds of tobacco in each warehouse and all of it was burned The mob to kchargeof the police station and tho water wor sHad the flremeTi responded to the alarm they woula have b en Unable to obtain a supply of water The work oi the mob is believed to be the result of the agitation by the tobacco raises against the tobacco trust The organization of farmers Is known as toe Dark Tobacco Grow ers Protective association but it is not known thi t any members of that organization was in the mob Several cottages in the vicinity of the factories werebadly damaged but nobody was hurt The loss Is esti mated at abOlt 1700000 NightMarshal Disarmed- A mob of 360 men entered Prince ton seized the night town marshal and disarmed him They then went to the factories ajnd quickly applied the torch guardIpermitting no the buildings were enveloped in flames and cO lld not be saved from destruction A squad of pe mob took charge of the telephone office and no news of the affair was allowed to be sent out unit the work of the mob was fin ished When the mob saw that the firewas beyond control they Jeft the town going in the direction Hof Iopkinsr vllle discharging revolvers and rifles as they depar ed The firemen then made strenuous efforts to extinguish the flames but could do nothing more than prevent the fire from destroying buildings In the vicinity The Steger istemmery was in the southern part bf town on the Illinois Central railroad and the Orr building was In the nor hero part of the town Troops May Be Called Out Louisville Ki Dec 3Mott Ayres state fire mar halo left for Princeton to Investigate j the alleged incendiar ism of the two tobacco factories He has the powe of a grand jury to summon witnesses and require them to testify und r oath It is not im probable that Sov Beckham will be asked to call out the militia to protect property in those districts in view of past outrage C F Snyder secretary of the state board of fire inderwrlters says the insurance tom antes will not be responsible for the loss of the plants under the cIa se exempting them In cases of riot and invasion The Insurance companies are already invesv tigating a flr or Incendl rorlgln that destroyed the 16000 tobacco plant of W Cj Rice Sons at Fre donia on the night of November IL Previous to th Rice Fire several tobacco barns wore dynamited in Trlgg Graves and Caldwell counties The protective association was formed throughout the dark tobacco district and severest measures were taken against grower who refused to join It Marauders visited their farms at night and cut down the tobacco plants with hoes set fire to their barns and committed other depredations The ill feeling began about six years ago when the Italian govern ment sent agents Into the dark to bacco field These agents paid such high prices for the tobacco that other agents were driven out of the field Queen Alexandra is 62 London Dec 3The bjrthday an nlversary of Queen Alexandra vlio was born In 1844 was celebrated at Sandrlngham palace by an umisually large g tlerln9ot the royal family Greetings from parts of the World arrived all day long the usual salutes were tired and there were 1l displays of hunting at the navaf and military centers King Edward gift to her majesty was a costly white motor Car which was awarded honors at the recent exhibition at the Olym pia this city pe ryCa Is on President Washington Dec 3 Commander Robert B Pemthe Attic expforor called on the resident by appointment Saturday He was heartily con prntnlated by Mr Roosevelt on the uchlevameiit hei has made in his luliyt Arctic explorinptrip Walter W man hopes the Arctic regions by means of an airship was at the executive offices when Com- emaiuler ved Th two s changed cordJal greeting LEACHMAN3 TJTT Furniture For Christmas Gifts J 1 If you are going to give a present to your wife this Christmas and of course you are bet anythingthat Nice Piece of Furniture That is Something she can keep for years and will be to her a pleasant reminder of the Christmas of 1906 And for that matter women can find many nice and appropriate presents in my hose suitable for husbands friends can find presents suitable for friends Come in and look through the stock I can only name 4 few of the articles f Side cBChiffonirs 850 to Ladies Desks 6 to Book Cases 1410 To let Tables 12 uP Combination bookc Mahogany music Dining tables 5 to Parlor tables up Parlor chairs and 1 Hall trees and and pedestrals 310 J15r to see the odd pieces and the 650 toilet sets 250 to 25 cl racks morris chairs lounging couches f touches tY chairs of all finds i hYnot come in from my elegaiit J stock My prices quoted by city flrni turelimjses and my in and see and you will be convinced Lakes 39102i W LAKEJardiniers tobacco ITT barn holds ten acres Oftlm1erl plenty of water both fine t9bacc land imiles from churchPric 30 per acre No 40Fifty well fenced and watered good all out buildings fine well in yard No 41220 field eight miles from Lebanon dwelling built this good cellar spring yard milk house at spring small fruit one ten- acre tobacco seventyfive mules Buggy house and plenty tobacco land Threequarters Price45 per acre easy Pa m r No 4226 ble 2 wefsand pool welll fenced gopdjcoad 3 eJ780 r Noi44TrNicfl feet statue cdal I house go 00 wateian house aid yard all sewer J No 45164 from Springfield good small barn 36 x 36 watered plenty per acre No 4697 cr on pike 25 acres of fine timber watered fine tobacco land good fence No49A miles from Springp field on good acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco water Plenty locust posts Close to 50 per acre No 5082 bn good pike 8 e room dwelling 5 land ana locust posts good close to school o miles from a de No 63A on Iain streetil No 64Town avenues V No 65200 9 room dwelling tobacco barn ssFarrn iitr uated in one of One o oest farms in county i75 per fine No 56 = 265 1 mile from Ike close to church good tobacco Drpjf new stock barn NO 67163 on VilUsbArgr pike 6 room dwelling finer tobacco plenty locust pos Prick 31pe acre B D t EstaU Aginf I Ky LTTTTJTT TrT 100 jJj 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 1906 J r t 1 CANARY s our little village has not been heard from for some time we willsend in a few items Mrs Kitty Young of Stewart was the guest of her son Elmer near here lastweek RGL Canary sold a horse to Oscar Bottom for 125 JA Johnson and family are to your town this week Wemovingl very much to loose our Lon Barker has sold his the firm of Bottom Barker to Oscar Bottom and has moved to Feniwck where he will make his future home B D Lake is in our vicinity buying tobacco this week John Tobin sold some fat hogs to different parties at Scents Oscar Bottom and wife spent Satur day night and Sunday with his father at Stewart Nora Bottom is spending several weeks with Oscar Bottom and wife at this place Av Canary is much better at this writing Death From Lockjaw never follows an injurY dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptip and healing properties prevent blobd 4 Chas Oswald merchant of YwritesItcuredrsore on his neck leversawu Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sows 25c at C J Havdons drug store HAPPY HOLLOW hirTollie Griffy and family visited MrkJ M Shields and family Saturday andSunday Mr Sweeney of Shelbyville visited his sister Mrs J S Thomas last week Mrs Della Keeling spent Sunday with Miss Hattie Settles of Sycamore Valley Mrs Martha Armstrong and daugh ter visited Mrs C R Hines last Thurs day Mr John Armstrong and family vis ited his sister in Anderson county last Saturday and Sunday Mr D W CrQw who has been visit ing his father in Illinois has returned home Everybody through this neighborhood have sold their turkeys and were well pleased with the prices Mr George Dean visited his father Mr Larkin Dean of neat here Sat urday ans Sunday Mr Roy Walls of Pleasant Grove was at Glens Creek Sunday Mrs John Harmon visited Mr C Mi Hines Saturday night and Sunday An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clog ged bowels and torpid liver until con stipation becomes chronic This condi tion is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the best and gentlest regulator of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by C J Haydon druggist Price 25c Dr F E Daniel of Austin Tex told Tuberculosis congress that the church is a death trap Dealers say that those who have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tabletr arjjquite loyal to them and cannot be persuadedto take any sub stitute Get a free sample at the Red Cross Drug Store give them a trial and you too will want them in preference to any other They cure stom ach troubles billiousness and constipation iI Temperance Law Failed The Russian government in an eu introeducedintoxicating drinks about teh years ago Privates loons were abolished and taverns owned and conducted by the government were substituted The sale of strong liquors was restricted and the price raised and habitual drunkards Intoxicated nsand minors were denied the privilege of buying alcoholic stimulants But the expected beneficial results tid not materialize In many of the monopoly districts intemperance In creased More liquor was drunk at home and women and children became acerastomed to its u- seChamberlains Cough Remedy Tho Childrens Favorite OITKBS Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough enreeoveralargeairs a be depended upon It contelne no plumor other harmful drag and may be C1nn as confidently to a baby as to as adult Price 25 cte Larye Size 60 eta f FOIBLES OF LITERARY MEN Keats liked red pepper on his toast jewIDaudet wore his eyeglasses when asleep iEdgar Allan Poe slept with his cat was Inordinately proud of his feet L Thackeray used to lift his hat when ever he passed the t ouspin which he wrote Vanity Fair Alexandre Pumas the younger bought a new painting every time he had ii new book published Robert Louis Stevensons favorite recreation was playing the flute as he said to tune up his Ideas Robert Browning could not sit stili With the constant shuffling of his feet holes were worn in jthe carpet Longfellow enjoyed walking only lat sunrise or sun e and he said his subllniest moods Fame upon him at these timesj Oliver Wendell Holmes used to carrY a horse chestnut In one pocket and a potato in another to ward off rheumatism London Outlook Hawthorne always washed his hands before reading a letter from his wife He delighted in pouring over old advertisements In the newspaper files DarWin had no respect for books and would cut a big volume in two for convenience in handling or he would tear out the leaves he required for reference FIFTEENTH CENTURY MANNERS IThis Is a Book of Manners he said It was printed In 1476 Here are a few extracts lAnd he read Do not spread butter on bread with your thumb Do not gnaw a bone like a dog nor suck the marrow o toa bone Do not eat an apple all alone but cut it in two and give a neighbor piece In peeling a pear begin at the stalk but with an apple begin At the top Do not wipe the hands on the clothes nor suck them but use the cloth f Wipe your nose and mouth when you have drunk and not cough into the cup = The antiquary took down a small fat volume vellumbound with a brass clasp Do not use your own knife to cut your meat if the host has seta knife of his own at your place When you drink lift the cup in both hands you must not drink with one hand like a wagoner when he is greasing his cart wheels CHARACTER READ BY THE EARS The thin angular ear denotes bad temper and cruelty jAbnormally large thick ears denote sensuality or a coarse nature The ear of Napoleon was small deli cately formed and hada curved lobe Small thin almost transparent ears signify refinement and delicacy of taste t Large sloping ears have been the propertyofmany of the greatest Philosophers and statesmen People with decided musical tastes usually lave urge ears which in many cases stand well out from the head It Is a fact and not a fancy that the character of a person may often be determined by the ears Certain characteristics seem invariably toaccompany ears of certain shape Qladstone had a curved banging ear set close to his head and in a sloping pQsItlon The Sunday Magazine SAID BY THE CYNIC Flats would be awful nice If they had any place to live in A girl will always be tolce to a man unless she is in love wjith him The worst that Is In a baj man isn so terribly much worse than the best that Is in a god man What a boy tikes about school Is the chance his teacher has to be sick so there will boa holiday i A little more money always to show you how Impossible It is fo you to be happy without a great deal more rN Y Press TRIO OF LITTLE TRAILERS Endurance Is the fruit of endeavor Hatred always hurts the hater most of all 4All the great work the world Ja simply doing the best that is In us r J MOORESVILLE Born to the wife of J M Strange an elevenpound boy The infant child of Mr and Mrs Elijah Farris died and was interred at NewHbpe cemetary last week The work on the neW bridge at Maild will be completed this week and open for travel Mr and Mrs W H Boblitt enter tained a few of their friends and rela tives at dinner at their home last Sat urday There was an A S of E local organ ized here last Friday night Jas Tru ax was elected paesident Wm Eddie man Jr vice president and T J Set tles secretary They will meet at Mooresville next Saturday where everybody wishing to join will be given a chance Mr Sharpe was the or ganizer We hopethe lodge may pros per We were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs Mollie Trent which occurred last Tuesday She was a devout mem ber of the Christian church and beloved by all who knew her After the funeral services by Rev Simms at Willisburg her remains were laid to Test in the cemetary at that place There was a large crowd out to hear Rev Benight ofthe Semminary preach at New Hope last Sunday Owen and John EJlis were at String town Sunday Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter o wever their is asure remedy Elec tric Bitters the great restorative medi Bennettsyilreto perfect health after years of suffer ing with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver fitters cure chills and feyer malaria biliousness lame tfack kidney troubles and bladder dis orders Sold on guarantee by C J Haydon druggist Price 50c Money Buys em LARUE COUNTY HERALD A New York man has left 20000 payable to his wife when she marries again That is the kind of roan the women are looking for They feel that after they have lived one life with the man they have they ought to have some way in which to get a better one and money will buy husbandsof the countkind and the nocount kind too No Opium in Chamberlains Cough Remedy Thre is not the least danger in giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy to small children as it contains no opium or otner harmful drug It has an es tablished reputation of more than thir ty years as the most successful med icine in use for colds croup and whoop ing cough It always cures and is pleasant to take Children like it Sold by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Springfield Markit Bacon Hams 15c Bides 12Kc Beeswax25c per pound Butter 15c to 20c perpound Chickens Hei a Spring 8c Dried apples c per pound Ducks7c per pound Corn Meal 75 to 80c perbushel v EgK21 per ozeu Feathers 44c or pound FlpnrSJ20to aCQ GinsengS750 star pouddtGrain Wheat fl9c cornrjOc Oats 40c Hides Green 9Hc to tOe Lard 12J4 per pound Lhne We to f 00 per barrel Mill products Bran 80 ahipstuff 100 por 100 pounds Potatoes Con try 75c Onions Salt 3L45 and 5185 per barrel Turkeys p r pound Tallow 4c per pound Vlnefrar 23c t 4oc per gallon Wool Burnr nd groasv HHc clearof grease 20c tub i rashM ate Country Borgb imrksc to roc Geose85c a po e MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dee 1 CATTLE Extra 5 25 C 6 40 CALVES Extra 7 50 7 75 HOGS Choice 6 25 630 SHEEP Extra 4 50 4 til- lLAMIJSExtra tJ 7 50 FLO 7R Spring pat 445 4 70 W EATNo 2 red 76 7- 7RNNor 2 mixed 48 0 TSNO 2 mixed I 36 R 4ENo 2 choice 70 72 114YCh timothy 19 50 BITTER Dairy 17 A PLESNcwbbl 2a0 w 3 G- 0POTATOESPer bbl 200 TOBACCO New 6 45 22 50 CHICAGO 72tOATS No 2 mixed 33 50LARDSteamNEW TORK fIIWUEATlo2CORNNo 2 mixed 51 OATS N0 2 mixed W 3 b0rHALTIMOBK- H ATNo 3 red 1W rp Tf CORN Na 2 mixed 51 OATSNo 2 mixed Z8H LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 7- 6CORNNo 2 mixed 8 5- 0OAqSNo2 mixed 36 PORK Prime mess 1650 LARD steam Q 900 INDIANAPOLIS 4TTLE Prjjne 5t5 O 5 25 t t In Prai pf Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no other medicine ipanu factured that has recieved so knuch praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chmberlains Cough Remedy It is effective and prompt Belief follows its use Grateful parents t1StifYtoas ea 5ant to take and contains nothing in jurious Mr E A Humphreys a well known resident and clerk in the ICapeColonyused Chamberlains Cough rem v to ward off croup and colds in my fam tortandit For sale by every reliable djealer in the Blue Grass- SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this Scud nil persons who ar sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of harge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other farm products stock etd for sale or whhted Land for sale or for rent not Included tut serted in anothbr depart ent of the paper af very low ratesjIMrs Catherine Se ties Booker f has for sale a black work horse Will work any whereI KyRFPJymoth Rock cockrels at 50c each if month TL Mudd Fredericktown has for sale one good saddle and ha ness horse R A Wheatley Rt 5 has for sale 200 cedar posts W H Boblitt Mooresville has for sale a sow and seven shoats Mrs J S McElroy has for sale BlackManorca cockrels at 75 cents Mrs J A Cecil Fredericktown has for sale several pure bred Buff yyan 1f1kenjlatMiss Eliza Mclntire Route 5 Sp ingj field has forsale Pure Mammoth Bonze turkeys My is headed by OI1Ftof Mrs Wrights prize winners at isville poultry show won first prize Airs Sam Hall McIntire hasj for sale Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Mrs L N Reed R F D 03has for sale S C Brown Leghorn cockerels 50 cents each Mrs Nat C Campbell Springfield has for 36 lr am moth Bronze Turkeys Toms 3 and hens 2 Mrs J I Martin Route 1 sale S C Rhode Island ha1for cents each Attend Glens Great Boar and Brood Sow SaleWednesday In Louisville Ky Fifty Great Boars and Twenty Great Sows nil be sold Among the attractions are these MERRY PATRIOT h Chief Pe fec tion 2d full brother to the phenomenal Separator we belieyc the greatest boar PERFECTION U S by Captivajtor a wirinerat the Worlds Fair ms and out of U S Perfection se for champion sow of the world Sale to Begin at 12 oclock Sale barn 15th St and Portland Ave three blocks north ot 15th and Main Streets Glen Meadows Stock Farm SHEPHERDSVlJbLE KY For Catalogue address as above b r to A Glenn 155 LaSaUeSt Chicago J wDUROC JERSEYS The quick money hog A lot of Choice Pigs for sale J E SHELBy Route Springfield r T1zt t i FOR DAYS 1 it Lta All CLOTHlrG will be Sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES t 4 The prices we will quote you will be for CASKi tit Plea e bear this in mind and after we quote you a price dons ask credit iGtindyMcIntireIJ +++ ++ + ++MclNTIRE News items are scarce in this vicin ity Hog killing is the order of the day Mr Polin Mclntire has returned from Union county While there he found a location and will move his family there in the near future much to the regret of their many friends Mr Tom McIntire bought a sow and seven pigs iron Rob Lee Clements for 34 Born on the 26th to the wife ofTyne Cecil a boy Mr Jeff Walker spent last Saturday with his sister Mrs Jessie Alvey of LorettoMr Alvey of Fulton is visit ing relations in this vicinity Mr Al vey is chief dispatcher at that place Mr Calvin Stone of Nespn county the oculist is doing a good business here testing eyes and fitipg glasses and seems to be giving satisfaction The dance given by Mil and Mrs Robert McIntire on last Friday night was much enjoyed by all present Messrs Bivens and Simmons of Davis county are visiting aunt Mrs Jack Johnston at this place Mr Robert Nally of Athertonville accompanied by his friend Mr Sherd visited his parents Mr and Mrs Sam- Na ly last Sunday Miss Florence Osbourn of Chicago spent last week with her neice Mrs Mary Alvey Miss VirgieNalley who is attending school at St Catherines spent Thanks giving w th her parents Mr Jim McCullom who underwent an opew tion for appendicitis is getting alon j nicely Mrs T resa Stanford and daughter of Cecil yillt visited their uncle Mr Edd Kidwell last week Messrs Tyman Keene and Tiney Mc Intire were in Bardstown Sunday Miss Mary L Buckman of Bards towrt attended the dance at Mr R A Mclntires last Friday night Miss Nettie OBryan of Ncedmore visited her cousin Mr Polin Mclntire last week As Mr Will Blanford andcousin Miss Lory were returning from their aunts Mrs Patty Blanford on last Sunday evening the horse they were driving became frightened at a gate and ran off throwing the occupants out demolishing the buggy The occupants escapedlnjury Mr J C Ensor and wife spent Thanksgivingwith their uncle Mr Edd Wheatley Mr Ben Miles who has been living at the Thomas Wheatley farm for the past year has moved his family to the Thomas OBryan placo nvar the Leba non pike Mr Al Wheatley of Louisville is spending a few days with his mother Mrs Bettie Wheatley Subscribe for The Sun 5LOO yea subscribe for The Sun 100 year r w Alleged New Jersey anarchists were arrested in Naples on charge of tofkill King of Italy Chief Engineer MacKenzie at Wash icgton advises liberal appropriations for Mississippi and Missouri II I aII i ToiThe most complete line of toys ever on dis play in Springfield jean be seen at Hertleins Confectionary The old folks as well as the younf folks are interested in our display and crowds are comiiig every day to see the Wonders from Toytown HEARTLEINS IS THE PLACE TO m YOUR CANDIES CAKES NUTS andtFRUITS J OF ALL KINDS You Want CAKEOf Course you want the best fir Christmas Give us an order i r HEARTLEINS i CONFECTIONARY Af iii j o iL 1