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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w tt I ir t J i rinfith i C r un- DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY x lrt r 1 J rt G p t tYOLVE III SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY DECEMBERS 90t NUNMEIZ BURLEY TOBACCO V GRWERS ORGANIZING I St1k Being Sub 4suibed to Build- Warehouset i Wing Will Likely Be Completed This Winter farmers Arc Jubilant Over Pros f tofyJI 1 Sc for Burley Will Be the Battle ryThe plans For Isf i BuiWing House Herewith Giv enrRed Them t J i iNeV growersftahownjsuch avstrong to oreani2evandto do something to re lelreitemselvesifrom the oppression of A the slOn last Thursday htan enthusias tic meeting was held at the court house and a move puton foot to raise 10000 I an amount sufficient to build one of the proposed three warehouses Those who are soliciting subscriptions inform The- nt S that oyer half of the stock to build one of the warehouses has been sub scribed and that the full amount will A be secured within the next few days As soon as the required amount of stock is subscribed work upon tjie house will be begun and will be com pleted in time to house a large part of this seasons crop Since the organization of the tobacco trust in 1901 and the price of tobacco was reduced by it to about the cost of production th subject of i an organization of the tobacco growers so as to re store the price of tobacco to what it was before the trust destroyed compe titian in the purchas and thereby se cured control of the market has been a Bubjeet of earnest discussion among the growers of burley tobacco as wells of tiie growers of other kinds of to bacco Past experience has demonstated that fgrowrs can not overcome the- poweif the tryst in the moneycenters and if they are ever organized it must be done by use of means under their own control and without any assistance from capitalists except where the grow eKTrhay give ample security for all they ray need to accomplish 1ir purposes We all know the trust must have the- tobacco to carry on its great business outrofiwhich it earns its millions every y eit We know that the supply of burl wibaccd is and because of the limited territory on which it can be grown the skilled labor to raise and properly haridleit the house room in which it must be cured is and of necesity must be limited to practically the same amount each year not in excess of two hundred million pounds We know that the demand for this peculiaritype of tobacco is increasing every year and the soil on which it can be produced is being diminished each year by deterioration The f great majority of the people 1 who burley tobacco for a living are poorSnd are forced to sell their crop assporiks it can be putonthe market in order to secure the necessa nes of life for themselves and families or pay the debts they owe for such articles which theyhad previously bought oncredit The consequence is as soon as their tobacco can be marketed all these growers are striving toI sell the product of their labor at the same time to the same purchaser The result is the people are forced to take for their tobacco what ever price the trust may see fit tg allow them for it We know if there could be some arrangements made by which tliegrow ers could hold their tobacco and offer it for sale only as legitimate demands of the market requires it would command a price far in excess of that whIch prO vails today under present conditions While these premises will bei admitted by every tone who is familiar with the situation the question is have the growers within themselves the means byN which these desirable conditions may be brought about In answering this question we ask the growers to consider in a practical way first the conditions now surrounding them andsecond what they may do which will secure them relief It is impracticable for reasons known to every grower that the growers can hot hold their tobacco in their country barns until June of the year after the crop is grown in order that it may be air cured or put in condition that it may be put iq hogsheads which is necessary to be done that it may keep indefinate ly without inherent damage The managers of the trust are aware of these difficulties under which the growers labors and look with indifference on every effort of the growers to organize so long as they make no effort to over come the difficulties here suggested PLANS SUGGESTED We suggest that a warehouse com pany be organized in every county in the burley territory or in as many counties as can beinducedto cooper teEn let a general organization have supervisory control of each coun organization But if no other county will organize suchwarehouse company have the growers of Washington county organ izeliThe Washington County Burley Growers Warehouse Company and construct warehouses at our general shipping point somewhere near spring- field on the railroad with capaciiy sufficient to hang ana airdry ever pound of tobacco that may be grown in Wash ington county or threefourths of it Havetobacco brought to these nouses rehandled and graded by expert gra ders and each type hung in designated houses or portions of these houses which may be assigned for each artic ular type or grade and then let it re main under the care of a competent watchman and covered by insurance against loss by fire until it can be sold by the managers of the organization or until it can be cured in summer for der and then taken down and put in hogsheads with types of each or of several hogsheads of the same type reserved for inspection of buyers whether they be of the trust or hny of the few independent manufacturers the trust will suffer them to continue in business But asks so eone who may find fault with any system that may be de sired for their protection what are these hungry growers going to do for livejuntil n or their agents are finding a purchaser of the tobacco Inanswerto this ques tion we can say that the growers of the dark tobacco district of Kentucky who have succeeded in more than doubling the price of their tobacco by practically the same kind of organization as is here proposed have contracts with certain capitalists who are interested in tobac- Co in opposition to the trust by whith they are advanced on warehouse re of the market 1ythein the warehouse The money thus advanced tothe growers tides them over until the tobacco can be sold at a fair and remunerative price when the growers jare paid the amount thus realized for their tobacco less the 60 per cent advance the accumulated interest thereon and the ext penses incident to handling and selling the tobacco In this connection we wish to suggest that the 60 per cent thu advanced to the growersis more than the trust paid them for the same kind wmbroughtAnother suggestion can here be made which wiilbeappreciatdd by ever one t FARMERS TO MEET RALLY I1WRINGFIELD Meeting to Be Address ed By I onB Sherman A rally of the American Society of Equity will be held in Springfield Thursday eveninrDec 20 It is ex pected thpt the affair will be attended by a large number of farmers from adjoining counties Hon H B Sherman National Organizer for the A S of Ewill be present and deliver the addreSs of the evening Ir Sherman fs one of the countrys greatest orators and all who attend this gathering will be well paid An effort will be made to hav a torchlight procession familiar with tobacco is that the re handling and regrading of the different cropswill increase the value of the whole to the extent of at least a cent per pound By the system adopted by the dark tobacco people they are now selling the same kind of tobacco at ten cents per pound for which the trust only paid them three cents per pound before the organization was made But says some one it will require im mense warehouses in which to store all the tobacco thalwiUbegrownin Washington COtiltyfq anY one year aggregating or three and half million pounds How arje these houses to be paid for1IFrom a careful and hsertave esti mate we believe it will be safe to say these houses can be con structed in the most substantial manner and with the best mat rial at a cost aggregating 30000 which will be less than one cent per pound of the tobacco that is grow in Washington county in one year But someone may say if we construct these houses the trust will nqt buy Washington county tobaccoand we will never be able to sell to it These predictions were made when the dark to bacco people had the courage to handle their tobacco on practically the same plan r The trust didholdoff for awhile but finally recognized that the growers were simply exercising the same rights the trust claimed for itself and that the growers were following the example set by thje trust and freely bought tfresjr tobacco alopg with other interests which they needed for their business in the community which the tobacco growers had to sell Let every rowerof tobacco in Wash ington county subscribe for stock in the warehouse company to the extent of orie cent per pound of the tobacco he may grow in 1906 which will be suffi cient tQ construct houses amply largo inwhich to store every poundof tobacco that can be produced in Washington eounty Another great hardship which the little grower is forced to submit t9un der present conditions which wou obviated under jthesystem suggei ted We know that around every trust pur chasing house are a number of iat tachees and it is so arranged that there are certain small and sometimes large crops which the principal pur chaser of the trust for reasons besi known to him will not purchaseor even look at or Will not pay the price for it as fixed by the trust Such growers are then forced to sell their tobacco to some attachee of the trust buying es tablishment at one thirdlor one half the price fixed by tie trust and the at tachee will turn the tobacco over to the trust at the regulation price thereby Realizing a profit Qf three or four cents per pound on the tobacco without touching it and without expending a tignt thus unjustly depriving the hum ble grower of a large portion of the value of his tobaccothat he is entitled to under the present conditions This state of affairs is intolerable and will continue to grow worse and the people who grow tobacco iowe it to ernselveg and their children tb exert every ener gy rand make every reasonabjer sacrifice to relieve themselves IINo plan organization dai eve sue iIbsuitablelprohtably sold T6 succeed at least sixty pr cent of th value of the tobacco mist be ad vanced to the growers when it is se pecessitybeness man will loan money oin tobacco until it can be safely held and properly cared for for an indefinite time and on whish legal warehouse receipts can beissued giving the lendera valid lien on the tobacco for the money advanced Fpr the want of such storae houses ieBurley Growers organization plans fjuled I The plans outlined ar4 feasible and e1is within the power of the growers Tfr3are not experimental Tie rowers in the dark tobacco district have sUcceedjed on practically tIe saine plan lJt is useless for growes t4 congr- egt and abuse the trust ind ondemn ithethods Many peoprewoi4ld adopt theltrust methods if they lad the Ifflhe growers of tobacco will not exerthemselves to better theicondi no bettor flte than the tobacco trusttis now imposipg upon them se urge the tobacco growers of Washington county to come together Jteneralouout Select your leaders and managers and provide them with the means to carry out the plans that may be agreed on SUrge other counties to tak simu lar action and success will croWn your efforts Remember the motto of Kentucky United We Stand Derided We Fall SPEAKING Hon W Ct McChord will address the citizens of Willisburg next Saturr day afternoon l at 2 n lie- WilUatAtheiQh4ojsituatIon H41 will also speak at Mooresville Saturday night at 630 c C McCIIORD ICommlssionreport that he is considering or has GeperalCounscl Mr McChord says I have never heard of any sucr rumor have never thought of or expected any such appomtment and do RaitroadCommisThis makes it plain that Mr McQiord will be a candidate to succeed himself as member of the Kentucky Railroad Commission from this district Hej has been a member since the creation of the Commission and is reputed to be questionsirrlatinlt In fact Chairman McChords reputation as a thoroughly informed and able offi at4itIsBROOKSVILLE MissJesie Noel spent Sunday with Mrs A C Pinks ton Mrs Eliza Weathers visited Mrs Ezra Jones a few days lust week Mr Torn Tyree and family visited Mrs I aza Ann Sutton Sunday Miss RosaMattingly who has ben visiting her aunt at this place has re turned to her home near Mclntire Mr Billie Sutton has moved to lisburg satJayMr Lloyd Pinkston spent and Sunday with H P Pinkston Stripping tobacco and cutting wood is the order of the day Mr Durwood Montgomery visifjed Mr Polly Pinkston of Willisburjg Sunday Mr James Harlow has moved to the place that he bought of Mr Will EJe vine ff Croup Nota minute should be lost when childshows symptons of croup Cham berlains CoUgh Remedy given as soc n as the child becomes hoarse or eve n after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack It never fails ard is pleasant and safe to take For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue- Grass Governor ofArizona declares in re port that Apache indians are on th verge of starvation SubKribe for The sUn fUHT y LANDSLIDES t FOR LOCAL OPTION In Every Section of the State Victories Are Being Won Ballard County Gives Over lOOO Majority For the fI Drys THE WEEKS SUMMARY THE SUNS PREDICTION In the Springfield Sun of July 25 we used this lan guage The Hand of Truth points to vie tory from every quarter Ere the glad chimes of another Christmas time are heard the temperance pen pie of old Kentucky can band them selves together in one mighty choir and sing The sun shines bright in myoid Kentucky Home And from every valley and every hilltop mess ages of praise will be shouted to God Somerset Votes Dry Somerset Ky Dec 7After seve ral months of hard campaigning the local option fight came to an end last night when Jt that the people of Somerset hadTvbtedagwnat saloons The majority for the drys was 131 The licenses of eighteen sa loons will expire January land after that no saloons will be located in this city t Elkton Ky DeJ7Todd county voted against saloons today the drys winning by a majority of about 650 votes Of the sixteen precincts fifteen went against saoons and within a short time the entire county will be without a saloon Almost Unanimous Wickliffe Ky1 Dec 8In the elec tion held here to decide whether or not liquor should be sold in Ballard county the drys won by 3140 majority Wick liffe the only city in the county selling whisky went dry by forjtythree votes Falmouth Also In Line Falmouth Ky Dec 7 Falmouth Voted against saloons today by thirty six majority the vote standing drys 175 wets 139 The election in this city was asked for by the wets and at the same time the temperance people had art order for a vote in the county in December An agressive campaign is now going on in the county Wets Win Middlesboro Ky Dec UIn the local option election held today Mid dlesboro went wet by the narrow margin of nineteen This election was more hotly contested than any ever held here The total number of votes cast was 1050 The streets were thronged all day with school children singing songs Bands played and lunches were served to the voters by the ladies It is believed thefldryswill contest the election on the allegation that sixty illegal votes were cast in the City Hall precinct mostly negro mines No dis orders occurred at the polls Drys Win In Greenup Greenup Kybec lIIi the local option election today under the new county unit law in Greenup county nine precincts out of thirteen give the local option people a mijority of 388 indicating a majority of 550 in the county PendIetonsDsy Falmouth Kyf Dec l1L1n the Ie4 cal option election held today fen dleton county fifteen utof seventeen precincts give the drys 662 majority Other precincts will increase this majority i t Laurel County By 1000 J London Ky Dec 8 Returns from several precincts in Whitley county indicate that the temperance fQJC shave won a victory and carried the county against saloons by a large ma jority which will not be less than 1000 The majorities in the precihcts heard from are as follows Williamsburg 463 Corbin 190 Jellied 33 and Wood bine 83 making a total majority of 769 in the four precincts Mrs Carrie Nation the noted saloon smasher has been speaking in theC county for several dafsiando herAeff l forts the Iargely due Vanceburg Goes hDry Vanceburg Ky Dec 8 Vanbeburg went dry today in the local option elec tion There has been more excitement than ever before in the history of i the city The women and children began marching at daylight carrying banners and beating drums and kept it Up until the dose of the polls at 4 oclock Besides this all the church bells have dayTherehlgendered than ever before Thedrys carried the city by thirtysix majority Eachside was confident of and a larger vote was polled than every before ltOut Saloons In Logai Russell Ville Ky Dec 8Logaa county voted against saloons the drys winning by a majoritY of nearly 2000 All the returns are nOt in yet three thecincts being still urn heard from but each ot these will ypte wiUtjThoutnowi fivc saloona P ayear aU 4ill be oUr of uissas the license for one was taken out only a few days ago having still nearly a year to run NEW PLANT H FOR SPKIHCFIELD WATER CQ v1 New rjtoat Once The Springfield Water Colh purcha ed 1 hrirJf rnoand engine whicirwilloonei t stalled The new dynamo wUtvftiriii3K b 1000 more ligits than the old andiii many respects will be an improvement overthe one now in use The demand for lights during the past few months boas increased ra idlya dJot some e the old machine has gr tlovertaxed When the new maSShtyt is put in Springfield can boast ofone the best plants in the State The plant is nowclosed down inornMtto make repairs on the boilers anthe people j are placed at many inconveniences bj this lack of water and lights but it is now thought that the engines will bijin condition to operate by Fri dy night Dropped Dead = t AUnt T Gowdy one or Sprinirrjlek1i respected and wellknown colored mIen dropped dead this morning atU oclock in the Springfield Lumber Yard where she had gone to attend to some business matters Herdeath is supposed to have been caused by appp plexy she having hart prcyious attacks of the disease The deceased was well known in Springfield hdJossessetlr numerous warm frie white people She was honorable uj right and energetic and was seldom idle She was polite and courteous to aHrandindeQdmany people tvil he of her death with regret When fpwii life was entirely extinct Jand iip tposed she had been deadfor4l t fifteen minutes J Tbe Sun J 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11 I90 t4 DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS Fir 1Me XiIr 1805 As Returned HisoDeputies BYRON CROAKES LIST f i FREDERIKTOWN No1 Bland Marion one tithe insolvent insolventElliottty countyFowler jfoundHarrod Luther one tithe left county countyMuddMattingly Henry one tithe insolvent- Montgomery Jas one tithe left jMontgomerycountyNally insolvent and left county Spalding Horace 1 tithe insolvent Shaanty Paul 1 tithe left State van 1 tithe dead countyWarrenWimsatt Howard 1 tithe left county MOORESVILLE NO 2 Avery Dock 1 tithe insolvent StateBradshaw insolventBartonBenedict James A1 tithe insolvent Chaser Palmer 1 tithe insolvent insolventDorseyGreen Pius 1 tithe insolvent Green Frank 1 tithe insolyent insolventBHardin James T1 tithe insolvent Lacey John 1 tithe insolvent Ixjfler W M1 tithe insolvent Lewis John N1 insolvent Lewis Nick 1 tithe insolvent Jiattingly Milton 1 tithe insolvent Smith Wm C persy 251 tithe not found Shields Zay1 tithe insolvent insolventWeeklyE Wl tithe insolvent insolventWeeklyYeager Elmer 1 tithe not found SPRINGFIELD NO 8 Boone Nick 1 tithe insolvent countyClements Elliott Elmer 1 tithe left State Green S M1 tithe insolvent countyHinton t not found Hays Zay 1 tithe not found insolventtagTanham Janes F persy 60 1 tithe spot found Matfcngly Ralph 1 tithe not found StateSslleeSimms Will 1 tithe insolvent IThomas Joe 1 tithe insolvent Turner Walter 1 tithe left county SPRINGFIELD NO 10 Grame Geo 1 tithe insolvent insolyentJustice Justice Elbert 1 tithe insolvent HHiei E E1 tithe insolvent Spalding G J1 tithe not found Suttori Alec 1 tithe insolvent KELLYS SHOP NO 1L Bur Robert 1 tithe insolvent insolventHaydones BRUSH GROVE NO 12 JtarJchead Chas 1 tithe insolvent Bishop R T1 tithe insolvent countyBishopBamett James Jr 1 tithe insolvent insolyentoescber Cescher Peter 1 tithe insolvent Ccttsinger Eli 1 tithe insolvent Hoyden Jesse 1 tithe insolvent Hayden Murry 1 tithe insolvent BJsyden Lee 1 tithe insolvent Mutt Josh M1 tithe insolvent Maya Grandville 1 tithe insolvent Keeling James B1 tithe insolvent Nix James 1 tithe insolvent Pmkston B S1 tithe insolvent Reynolds John W1 tithe insolventi1 Waldridge Robert 1 tithe left county FREDERICKSTOWN No1 Colored Boon Wash 1 tithe insolvent Ifcidd Harrison 1 tithe insolvent Modd Baker 1 tithe insolvent Gsboiirne John 1 tithe insolvent Thomas Pius 1 tithe insolvent Wright Jeff 1 tithe dead Walker Jim 1 tithe insolvent MOORESVILLE NO 2 Colored Duncan Will 1 tithe insolvent Gordon Bishop 1 tithe insolvent Lamar John 1 tithe insolvent Park Jas 1 tithe insolvent Selecman Ghas Jr 1 tithe insolvent Wakefield Chester 1 tithe insolvent Williams Pat 1 tithe insolvent BRUSH GROVE NO 12 Colored 1 tithe leftState insolventHaysJohn McMakur 1 SPRINGFIELD NO 1t Colored j3ans JQ 1 tithe insolvent rlun Thos 1 tithe insolvent riUfcaderson John 1 tithe insolvent mett Jim 1 tithe inSolyent BsEskman Louis 1 tithe insolvent 3u dy Pat 1 tithe insolvent Barton Isaac 1 tithe insolvent Barber Bill 1 tithe t 3Mker Lige 1 tithe insolvent JBrown John 1 tithe J i F v V A Best Dee 1 tithe insolvent insQlventCooper XJoop er John Van 1 tithe insolvent Coleman Sam 1 tithe insolvent Coleman Alex 1 tithe insolvent Caldwell Sherman 1 tithe dead Cullum Alee1 tithe left county countyDuncanDavidson Ike 1 tithe insolvent Edelen Henry 1 tithe laser eet Edelen Len 1 tithe insolvent Edelen Joe 1 Davis Qutlla l titheins01v nt Easter Jack 1 tithe insolvent Easter George 1 tithe insolvent Froman Mat 1 tithe insolvent Goode Sam 1 tithe insolvent Garten John 1 tithe insolvent Garten Bill1 tithe insolvent Grundy George 1 tithe insolvent Harber Frank 1 tithe insolvent Johnson Bob 1 tithe insolvent Johnson Jim 1 tithe insolvent Linton Joe 1 tithe insolvent McElroy Richard 1 tithe insolvent McKenna Arthur 1 tithe insolvent McElroy Bill 1 tithe insolvent McIntire Joe i tithe insolvent 1McElroyPaddock Andrew 1 tithe insolvent insolventPetersRice J W1 tithe insolvent Reed Jim 1 tithe insolvent Ray Ben 1 tithe insolvents Ray Tom 1 tithe insolvent Ray Bob insolvent Roberts ban 1 tithe insolvent Riley Ed 1 tithe insolvent Roundtree Jack I tithe insolvent Simpson Fletcher 1 tithe insolvent insolventSmithSherrel Dave 1 tithe insolvent Spalding Elige 1 tithe insolvent Spalding John 1 tithe insolvent Stone Dee 1 tithe listed twice Smith John 1 tithe insolvent countyTriggWalker del 1 tithe insolvent Willette John 1 tithe dead insolventWhiteWagoner James 1 tithe insolvent Wharton Roy 1 tithe insolvent Wharton Arthur 1 tithe insolvent countyYoungYoung Dan 1 tithe insolvent KELLYS SHOP NO 11 Hardesty Chris I tithe insolvent Hardesty Derry 1 tithe insolvent Hobbs Eli 1 tithe insolvent insolyentReebReed Jim 1 tithe insolvent insoventThompson Trigg Will 1 tithe left county J S OSBQURNES LIST SPRING FIELD No9 countyBlanfordBurns Sam 1 titie insolvent Canter J W1 ti he insolvent Carrico Fletche 1 tithe insolvent countyMuddVincent 1 titheinsblvent v Orkies Henry 1 tithe insolvent ODaniel Fonsy1 tithe insolvent SPRINGFIELD NO 10 Adams L C1 tithe not found Bond Louis 1 tithe insolvent Bond W H1 tithe insolvent Conway Thomas 1 tithe insolvent persytithe 1 Fenwick Lee 1 tithe insolvent countyJanesMcPherson W M1 tithe insolvent McPherson Logan 1 tithe insolvent OGara Con 1 tithe insolvent countySchmenck Smith Will 1 tithe minor foundThompson SPRINGFIELQ NO 9 lColored Bullock John 2 tithe insolvent Brady Dave 1 tithe insolvent John 1 tithe insolvent Carrico Cnas 1 tithe insolvent insolventClements insolventGrundy Grayes Frank 1 tithe insolvent jpsolventMontgomery Nantz Steve 1 tithe insolvent Phillips John 1 tithe dead Phillips Tom 1 tithe insolvent Phillips Bill 1 tithe insolvent twiceSpalding insolventWithersYoung Tom ttithe left county SPRINGFIELD NO 10 Colored i lventBookerBooker Paul 1 tithe left county ntBrownBaker Alex 1 tithe insolvent insolventCronerClements Will 1 tithe insolvent insolventDoisey insolventEllery insolventlartenGoudy Will 1 tithe insolvent Gore Evan 1 tithe insolvent Hobbs Wood 1 tithe insolvent Humpnrey Scott l tithe insolvent insolventLintonLewis Dan 1 tithe insolvent Lewis Harrison 1 tithe ins lvl3tit olventLLancaster 1 tithe insolvent McMurty Wane 1 tithe insolvent insolventMudd insolventOsborneRiley George Ptithe insolvent Ray Jim 1 tithe Insolvent Kpuiiauee Jfin 1 tithe insolvent Smock Dick 1 tithe insolvent insolventTuckerThompson George 1 tithe insolvent SOUVENIRS GIVEN rWITH EVERY PURCHASE AMOUTING TO 1NooCommencing the l7thand I con tinuing up to and including the 22nd we will give aVay with purchases amounting to i a handsome sovehir These sou enirs will make nice and appropriate Christmas gifts TO YsTh- e handsomest and most complete line of 10ysever on dis play in Springfieldcan be seen a Her1l ins Confectionary The youngfolksplay and crowds are coming every day to see the Wonders from ToYtownC rHEARTLElNS IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR CANDIES CAKES NUTS ORANGES BANNANAS and FRUITS OF ALL1 KINDS You W- anttAKE Of Course you want the best for Christmas Give us an order i HEARTLEINS CONFECTIONARY Young George 1 tithe insolvent Young Bill 1 tithe insolvent Young John 1 tithe insolvent KELLYS SHOP NO 11 Colored Baker Ed 1 tithe insolvent t Black Dan 1 tithe insolvent LeachmanHenry 1 tithe insolvent Moore Dan 1 tithe insolvent Polin Will 1 tithe insolvent Contihed on third page S DLAKE HILLSBORO yslastMr Thomas Coulter and wife sp nt Sundaywith Mr J M Montgomery and family Mrs J M Shields and Mrs Saoe Coulter t spent Saturday and Sund with Mr Perry Ruby and nearChaplhv familytf Misses Maud and Eva Earnest Shewmaker spent wi Mr and IrsJ D Sutherland Mr John Armstrong spent Saturd y night and Sunday at Tatham Miss Sarah Shields spent Sunday it the home of John Armstrong Mr Charlie Hines has returned from Ohio where he has been on businessj Mr Lewis Clark and family spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Willisburg Air Larkin Dean and son CreathIspent several dayslast week at Springs Misses Maggie Montgomery and Eva Inman were in Mackville one day last j week shopping MiBFIweek shopping Mrs MaryHmes and Miss itSpringfield InmantFollowing the Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba andI the Philippines health was the most imcortant consideration Willis T MorlI gun retired Commissary Sergeant U S H4saysSUDIiectkeymeinNew Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung disi Haydondruggistbottle free THE SUN 1 L ItCosts Nothing To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart is affected One person in four has a weak heart it may be you If so ypu should know it now anave serious con sequences If you have short breath fluttering palpitation hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smother ing spells pain around 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 your condition will improve About a year ago I wrote to the Miles Medical Co asking advice em I andhadIn my heart back and left side and deepbrethtion would cause palpitation and I could not lie on my left side without DralliesInbetterhaving gained 14 pounds since I com menced talon it I took about thir teen bottles of the two medicines and havent been bothered with my heart InceItMRB lILLIE THOMAS upper Sandusky Ohio Dr Miles Hart Cure is sold by your druggist whowill guarantee that failsheMiles Medical Co rtInd ioi Lakes Overfiowers l No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good 8 troom dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust ttvomitesNo 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobacco hestfarmsNo 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close to church and school 8 room wel inggood tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre No 57163 acres 3 m lesNorthof Mackville on Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acrcsfine tobacco and plenty locust posts well watered and rlce 31 per cacrd Real Estate Agent Springfield KfI I sfi 11111BD LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL lESTATE h goodb i 15 per acre goodtobaccohouse and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price60 per acre Nos167acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns welli atered onehalf mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 71 175 acres dwelling stable weU watered wellfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and barn Price 20 per acre No 965 acres nine miles from Spnngfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fencedrt 4 No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres gcod goodlarge3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16 r196 acres 7 miles from Springfie d on good pike one 7 1 room dwelling barn in repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 miles from Springfield one good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land fr rods stone fence Price 32INo 1927f1 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of and ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home intSpringfield I ve got it at any price No 51152- Cooney acres 4 miles from Bloomfieldon good pike in neck The best tobaeco growing part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfiye acres pf tobacco All in fine orchard School f miles No waste land on farm Ori rural route Price 47 per acre 5215 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good SNo corncrib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres finetoBacco land L mile from pike Onethird of purchase money down rest Jin one two and three years Price 24 per acre Ko 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 rJI from Springfield Price 1000 milesf1 l No 231392 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns acres of tobacco one new 1 mile from Maud one half mile lifrom school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty r of water Price 35 per acreyt t No 24166 acres 3 miles romSpringfieldon good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1rcorn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of hot tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling t good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft underfining layed in cement water in every field all jyear 35 acres of corn in this year No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of r tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 1barnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments t No 3O115i acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pikel room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small cellar sixt fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments t price 4500 per acre tINo 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good PIke good i 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 i No 3275 acres 3 J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price tjS3250 a No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from ftbarnty Price 60 per acre All limestone landt i No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands wellI j fenced and watered oneof the best locationsih Washington counIty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield WilltHell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty l of grass Cheap r No 36 House and lot seven room dwelling bathroom Lot U houseWater aL t of best neighborhoods in town 3GQQ No 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Farm in good grass good six room dwelling fine stock barn J Well fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acreriNo 39102j acres good four 1omweIJinlf holds ten acres tobacco T acres bert plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7s miles acre from Springfield close to school church Price 30 per 1 No 40Fiftyacres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine + well in yard 2750 No41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon oh good pike one bran new dwelling built this 1hQ1se I No 44 Nice home in Springfield lot 70X350 feet stable coal house good garden plenty of shade in yard water in house and 1yard r all sewer connections Will sell cheap f No 15164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36y wellawatered posts Price 22 50 per acre No 46 = 97 acres from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small house stock barn well vatered fine tobaccojland good fence price 3750 per acre 1 No 49A farnvcontaining 254 acres eight miles from Spring field on p e 8 roont dwfllin jn sr ucre plenty tobacco land good stock barn pleht waterPlenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 1130 per acre 4 V Dm Lake Springfield I 1r hi- x j k THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11 J6 1 IJI u S SS KJ j 5 i t i J fi1 4 j t 1 t yrUltI f i t Di Jr tii t rif l 1 l I frt rcc0 ffti 1cf IK tilt trI if t I Vqr cbjtrff b Il f f i 41 y fi t 3i i k s JiVf wdtit1 l t w ti l hi 1 r jt i t 1t yJr1fV r j j fjtf i it TodayWANT Chickenst It i WANT ALL THE HENS AND ROOSTERS YOU J t f L CAN SPARE TELEPHONE OR WRITE ME FORj j r ll d hr PRICES WOULD LIKE TO HAVE DELIVERIES J rt ip c 1 i tV Ct I t AT ONCE TELEPHONE TODAY lflsj Jl lilr tM H JONES it1 rtiLi m i A 1jti k r l w 1 fr kIIk J r 1ifi t illrr1 ltc itii 1 t tf J frr l ilri it 1 I i lit I tfr lL + Jt t h t fj t ir l t i p tlI I 1f1 it i C Jr t jt J Ii 1k1i l 0 I DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS Philipps Tom 1 tithe insolvent VR R ISHAMSLIST MACKVILLE No6 Ash Thomas 1 tithe insolvent countyBookerBaker W M1 tithe insolvent Brown J L 300 cash I tithe left State Donley Jas 1 tithe insolvent Dsrr Sam 1 tithe insolvent Lawson G H1 tithe insolvent Lawson W L1 tithe left State Mayes Irvin 1 tithe lived in Mercer Moberly Eli 1 tithe insolvent Peavler Wm L1 tithe left county Peavler John A 1 tithe left county Philipps L A I tithe insolvent Peter W T60J persy 1 tithe left county Rubey Charles 1 tithe left county Turner W H 1 tithe insolvent POTTSVlLLE NO 7 Arnold H M 1 tithe not found Best Will 1 tithe not fpuiid Boswell Marion 1 tithe insolvent Boswell John 1 tithe insolvent Deavers John 1 tithe not found Drugan Chas 1 tithe insolvent Ellison T E1 tithe eft county Green Robert 1 tithe insolvent Gobbs G H1 tithe insolvent Green S M1 tithe insolvent Goode Clarence 1 tithe left county Holderman Marion 1 tithe not found Key Ben 1 tithe insolvent Ken T G1 tithe insolvent t Key John Tom 1 tithe insolvent Key Marquis 1 tithe insolvent Minor J W 1 tithe left county Padgett John 1 tithe not found countyRaneyRiley W 1 tithe not found Staten Marcus 1 tithe insolvent Thompson A G1 tithe not found Wilkerson James 60 persy 1 tithe insolvent KELLYS SHOP NO 11 left county 1MontgomeryJohn left county Montgomery Robert 1 tithe left coun ty- Montgomery T H1 tithe left county 1 tithe insolvent colored Yocum George 1 tithe insolvent MACKNILLE N06 colored Bottoms Alonzo 1 tithe left county Browning Vaul 1 tithe insolvent Clay Beverly land 60 listed to L BrownIGraves Wesley 1 tithe insolvent Lisley Willis 1 tithe insolvent Montgomery Walter 1 tithe insolvent Montgomery Silas 1 tithe insolvent Smith Cl 1 tithe Insolvent POTTSVlLLE NO colored f insolvent Best BilJlandl00 not found Bosley Joci l tithed insolvent J Cocanougher Jack 1 tithe insolvent Cocanougher Sam J tithe insolvent Cla brooke Chas 1 tithe insolvent Dawson George credit by road order 81c1 tithe ipso gent Durham Tom 1 tithe insolvent v Fogle Edl tithe insolvent Hubbard Geo 1 tithe insolvent Hart James 1 tithe insolvent Kimberlain Tom 1 tithe insolvent rope John L1tithe insolvent Smalley Jim 1 titnel insolvent Thurman Sam 1tlthe Insolvent Warner Bud 1 tithe insolvent Warner Hardin 1 tithe insolvent Warner Hense 1 tithe insolvent Warner Sallie lanfl 100 listed as Sallie Ray Young Bob 1 tithe insolvent 4ED MASTERS LIST WILLISBURG NO 3i Cooke Thosl tithe insolvent countyCutsinger countyCarrier countyDevine countyGilisonHardinDee 1 tithe Insolvent Hardin Jack 1 tithe insolvent Hardin Marsh 1 tithe insolvent I Hardin Jesse 1titheJinsolvent Hupp Al rtrr State JenKins John W1 tithe left State Keeling Jordon 1 tithe insolvent Keeling Walker 1 tithe insolvent Keeling Jas F1tithe insolvent Lethers Jas E1 tithe insolvent Lewis Walter 1 tithti insolvent Lewis John 1 tithe insolvent Mattinglv Dan 1 tithe not found Mattingly Robert 1 tithe dead Nicholson John 1 tithelinsolventOder James 1 Sutton Allen 1 tithe insolvent Shirley John W 1 tithe insolvent TatumJoe ltitne left State Yocuni George 1 tithe left county NORTH N0 4 i Baxter Leslie l tithep Insolvent Colvin Jerry 1 tithe insolvent Cutsinger Lee 1 tithe insolvent Coleman Smith 1tittye insolvent Drury Merritt 1 tithe Insolvent Foster Aimer 1 tithe insolvent Gilhs Vim 1 tithe insolvent GriderO M1 tithe insolventKirkland countyMonroeMonroe Bud 1 tithe insolvent Philipps Wade 1 tithe insolvent Pulliam Erastus 1 tithe left county countyRichardsonReed Geo W 1 titn insolvent Satterly Sol 1 tithe insolvent Sendren James 1 tithe insolvent HENDREN NO b ejfStateBakerCurry Henry 1 tithe insolvent Curry George 1 tithe insolvent Call tithe insolvent Co3lbwTaplor 1 State insolyentCatlettFreeman Ben 1 tithe insolvent Gardner John W tithe insolvent Gabhart Jonuh 1 tithe insolvent Henson Irvine 1 tithe insolvent Hooper Levi 1 tithe left county untyIsbaminsolventLambertMatherley Isiash one tithe insolvent McMillan H persy 50 one tithe left State i Sallee Granville one tithe left State Votaw Frank one tithe insolvent Vota Ed one tithe insolvent BRUSH GROVE NO 12 Bunch Irvine oue tithe insolvent Baker S B one tithe insolvent Baker H C one tithe insolvent insolyentCutsinger Cutsinger James II one tithe insolvent Coulter F M one tithe left state Cooksey Jno A one tithe insolvent Gains George one tithe left Hardin Jetson one tithe insolvent Hungate W A one tithe insolvent Hellerd Perry one tithe insolvent Hellerd Will one tithe insolvent insolvontHood countyKays Keeling James G one tithe no found insolventKeelingKeeling Gllie one tithe left st te insolventSprattiiummitt Wm one tithe insolvent Satterley Elias one tithe insolvent Taylor Lanza one tithe insolvent Young Geo H one tithe not found LIST Of CLAIMS OCTOBER TERM 1905 Ballard T E 5 240 Booker W F 1650 Cecil Tine1581521 CroaK Byron 100 Crosby D A Dr 7 1500 Samef 200 Catlett G D 24330 Davine Jas 1100 Grundy Claybrook Mclntire 1928 Hinton W 680 Haydon Barber 985 4000lIsham R R 250 Same road claims i 1530 Keene J F 600 Same 4300 McElroy Shultz paid by Co Treasurer Jan 3 1905 8287 McMurtry Julia 2000 AKEOUR CLOTHES Tci George B Taylor and have them Cleaned 4nd Pressed before Christmas Come toti4 See Me am prepared to do all kinds of repairing Have added a harness rep pair shop to my business My Repair shop is now located in the large room on Main Stf eetrecent ly occupied by Carpenters Meat Market Geo B Taylor jI t 6500Muddaryh4 6250 SameTM 600 Mudd James 500 SRoBardsRiedelJ W 2G 40 Same 30 751Robertson RobertsontJ B 50 Co 2136 ShauntyDrJN 3500 J H 2 00 rOFFICERS ALLOWANCES B L County Judge 500 00 Mayes T Scott County Atty 425 00 Samej office rent 60 00 Booker W F County Clerk 150 00 Campbell F M CircuitGlerk 125 00 Keene J Fr poor house com5Q 00 Bush J Supt Schools Claims Allowed at Call Term Novem ber 28 1905 Mudd J L fifteen settlements- at 25c 3 76 Polin J 0 eleven settlements at 25c 2 761 Gordon J W fifteen settlements at 25c 3 Deyine James 21 settlements at 25c 5 25 Gordon J JI 17 settlements at 25c425RileyBookerW F 40 00 Gordon Jno H 9 00 Polin John 0 9 00 Brothers J M work on road 4 00 VanArsdaleS C work on road 7 50 Claims Allowed April Term 1906 Anderson S J 1000 Booker W F 3180 Same 600 Cheser Robt 400 Campbell S D 2 00 Catlett G D 398 90 Cecil Tine i 43900 Fddleman H R 8 25 Kimball A Q u 29 00 Masters Eda 30 76 Mudd JL 3 00 Mudd Dr J C 65 60 Osbqurne J S 825 Powell Geo W 30 00 Polin j a 3 oo Riley RID 21 06 Yocum Bros 290 Claims Allowed Election Officers For November 1905 Frederickston No 1 Thompson R A Judge 5 44 Kelty Miles judge 2 00 Connor J R c 2 00 Filiatrbau w F s erifL 544 Mooresville X102- Williams J B judgev 200 Barlow W B judgez 5 28 Bishop J F i 200 Hays J N sheriff 528 No 3 S 6 df5i92ColterSharp JJ clerk 2 00 fWilson T E sheriff 592 North No4- Bowen A A G WjudgerM 200 rt I h i 7 Hungate S T judge 792 Wells H L clerk 200 Cornish L Cr sheriff 792f Hendren No r420Coltel Graham W L clerk 2 00 Devine Andrew sheriff 720 Mackville No Yancy D S judge 200 Riley W W judge 692 Bottom 200 Hatchett W W sheriffQ 92 Pottsville No r J Coyle Charles judge 2iOO Arnold R L judge 5 92 Kimberlin E N clerk 2 00 G W sheriff f 92 ISparrow 8 W F judge 4oot H R judge 2 00 Colvin Geo clerk 200 Neale F R SheriffI 400 Springfield No 9 I Edelen J P judgev 4 0p 200StallingsSmith J H Sheriff 4 00 Springfield Np 10p i Walker A B judge 2004 Thompson judge i400Mayes E S Sr clerk 200 Mayes J Y sheriff COO Kelly Shop No 11tThompson Robt judge i Thompson JW judge 470 Yankey J S clerk i2001 Duncan Thos sherifr S 70 Brush Grove No 12 Keeling W L Judge fJ 20 judgeDedman 2O 200fc Cheatham S L sheriff 72pi Claims Allowed In T D ClaricsonlJi Road Motion tjf Kimball A C sheriffs COt S 60 WOOEddlemanGrundy C L corn cost i 60 Roberts Simpson surveyors cost 6 00 Thompson R A com cost 150- Cutsinger1 W com cost Ii50 40 ItlJ80 Cull Jas Tucker John Ae it 10tOO Settles Mrs Josie 2500 Grigsby Ed 5 00 Clarkson Haydon 150 Cost Allowed In The G A BeniatH Road Motion T 5 Roberts Simpson surveyor 600 Smith Jeff w E5f- lCutsingerJnoM 350 Cost Allowed InG W Cocanouih tRoadMotion T Roberts Simpson suvey rJb0b Haydon r 8 0O IFenWIck G W s0QJ Amounts Allowed As IaliaExtra Fencil tjtCocanougherW ro Hilliaro W LJl t Subgcrlbt for The Sa J1QOl j 1 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 1904 I SPRINGFIELD sU + ISPUED EVERY WEDNESDAY DBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance- J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher lirteredat the postoffice at eld KyHjJfor transmission through the Big matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oe TearhxMonths 60 Three Months 25 changedMaya youfiiltwmti AGGRAVATE INDEED To use an expression which map sound a little harsh to the ears of professors ofunadultera ted English The Sun has been up against a blamed hard proposi tion the past few days The Electric Light and Water closed down for repairs and fro this source we get the power to run our presses This necessi fated the putting in of a gasoline engine from which to get our pulls H After a hard day an nights work getting the engine placed the press balked and it was necessary to spend several hours coaxing it with wrenches screw drivers sledge hammers and suppressed profanity before it would goalongV How ever we won Behold the con quorers And though we are little tattered and run down a the heel this week will you not please observe that we are still in the fight THE LABEL t f yourpaperected at once This is a small matter to you But a great bi matter to us Just suppose that 500 of our friends should re- spondsuppose they should send in the amount ot them ar IIrearslextra doll for ayearinadvance dontyou see what a happy Christmas we would have That would also guarantee us a pios perous New Year Can you notv attend to this matter NOWtL t U ADVERTISERS The Sun is full up this week with advertising matter which we call the attention Christmas shoppers The time is passed when a business can be successfully conducted without advertising Competition is too sharpit is too stubborn and buyers are alert therefore adver tising is very necessary L o g a E XMAS Christmas Furs For Children atM s William- at Very Low Prices Bats at Half Price D o D M RESVltu SJEThe A met at the opera house last Sat rday night There was agood crowd present and several new members were enrolled They will meet again net Saturday and an ad dress will be delivered Hopechurchthe Seminary tp preach for them next year Preaching every first and third Sundays Owen and John Ellis were in Wood lawn lasts SundaY We have completed the ew pike and are working the old pike towards Mooresville which place we illreach by Saturday at boon Mrs Lottie Stevenson and Miss Ora Carney Visited Mr Jim Pile t nd family last Sunday i Protracted meeting as going on at Mt Zion church Several of our neighbors are attending The recent rains have enabled the tobacco growers to bulk and strip their hog kill i a imfarmers ey of Fair field visited Mr Bruner Carney Las Saturday and Sunday Mr Henry Wails accompanied by his sister Mrs End Yocum and daughter Martha visited their Parch at Tatham Springs last FridaYand Saturday They were accompanied home by their sister Miss Verna Miss Fairy Lyddane visited her sis BookermMrs J M Will and children visited Mr E G Bobhtt and family of Springfield last Thursday darsindMiss Margarejt Lyddane is WEfddlemanMr George a Hall the telephon- superintendent bf Louisville visits WednesdaYsLouise and EliZabethfave from Mr Will Eddleman wife and little ddlemaan Sunday t14trs James Tqruax and children visited Mrs Will isweeHey Saturday an Sunday Mr Arthur Goatley who las bee in Kansas tor s visionrhis parents Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatley There will be several new telephones put in in the near suture MissLY9iaSunday telgour day Death from lock never follows an injury dressed i Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antis tic and healing properties preyent blo poisoning Oswald merchant of Rensselaersville N YwritesItcuredSeth Burch of this place of the u lie sore on his neck I ever saw C ur Cuts Wounds Burns and Soivjs 25c at Co J Haydons drug store LOCUST DROVE BerthaMisses Virgin of MooreV ut Satur day and Sunday toMrs Annie Ca7p1eyand Pearl Emoma Mr and Mrs lL Litsey are jvisit ing relatives in Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs Ed BurcH spent Th ksg ving wi h Mr and Mrs W S Gibbs ofWillisbiirg Misses Sue Edgerton and Jenn Leachman spent Sunday night witH Miss Frances Litey Mrs Tom Bakdr is on the sicklist Mr Emmet Reed visited at the home of J S Leachman Sunday Dee Edgerton Js spending several days with his aunt Mrs James Moran of Litsey Charlie Litsey attended church at Pleasant Grove Sunday JW Mr Nat Thompson and sister Mi Mabel are visiting relatives in Ha rodsburg and Little Lillian Leachman spent sev ral days last w ek with the Misses Edgerton Hugh Brown Gregory has re un home from this place Mr and Mrs Will Merritt spe n Thanksgiving with Mr and 4rs G A Dahoney of Lebanon Miss Tiny Reeji is spending several weeks with relatives and friends at Valley HiLIyedsto Carl Walls was m Willis bur Saturday Mrs Lizzie Ree spent one duy last week with her sister Mrs Mattie D goo An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clogged bowels and torpid liver until con conditionKings New LePil1si the best gentlest of Stomach and Haydodruggist n 4 hIGH SCHOOL f 1 NOTESr f OoodcheerIis at our s we are all preparing to enjoy it There is for the thoughtful a remeniscence of all the old Christmases of which they have heard and read Many are now taking down the Sketch Book or Pick wick and in the glories of the a bygone age TheYulei Christ11SOfthem brings a memory of in our AngloSaxon breaths of mistletoe and holly The really thoughtful ones are Scarce in our midst and with little ofl the true solemnity of Christmas many of us are thinking of turkey and cranberries and of the other good things Rich will spend most of his- time hunting Parker says he is going hista ally call iiji Ollie over the phone Leo will utilize the vacation in learning the Dickisspe morning declaiming to the helpless dumb brut sin hi fathers barn We extend Condolences to them as well as to the Simms progeny Prof Colvin even as Achilles may sulk in his tent and blame high heaven that here is aiVacationjin which no ball can be played Miss Catrico has pledged eleven out of the ten days of the vacation to the writing jof debates Louise Medley will practice on that duet of hers and she maylbe able to it alone by the new term Prof Hume is going to Mackvifle and he has a date for every bedage will wri a enough music to last he- two and will tune enough man doling to Feep till June Cleo Demare will lose enough books to warrant his borrowing for the next year Annie McElroy will get in some much needed practice on throwing paper at u waste wdgo Indianapolis to see his parents and will intogof Mine John CIaybrooke going to Bloomfield reason unknown or as the ancient bard would put it uncouth and unkist Mary Haydon intends engagementsastn operatic numbers and also with Frank planssa a Science Club a Musical arts club for the erection of a stove in the basement than d the purchase of fwindow shades bY trustees ere the bresent generation farothe promulgation of her latest work in Infant Entertainment Mabel thinkingesnew years mandolin and guitar club will fill in most of the time recovering from the strain of the Christmas entertainment Every one of them will hang up the stocking for Santa Claus Heres hoping that Mary Lampton may get a hero with sunkissed locks through which the zephyrs blow as lightly and Knighthstill keep up withNancy in class that Hattie Rice may get a round half dozen headmarks Examinations will be held next Wed nesday and Thursday These will be thieyears work twill depend on how well this examination is stood Thursday night will be the debate and Friday a Christmas tree will be held at the school The vacation willend on New Years day the new term beginning January 2 Next Thqrsday night December 20 sadebate will be held by six boys of Resolvedrtnat n maint sinance Unitedetutions The affirmative will be sup Hiineddy ments and the neg andtThe musical program will be furnished by the Saxton Man dolin and Guitar Club Miss Mj Haydon their soloist will sings numbers A full program will be gr nexftweekl lfIfff l No Opium in Chamberlains 3 Cough Remedy l givraing Chamberlains Cough Remedy to small children as it cbntains no opium or otner harmful drugs 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 isrpleasant to take Children like it Sold by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass t j r tit tM ift ti tftift t tt Curiosity i HTZ- r tit Indicates Thought i tOf t itffit you would not he one to protect you from the rain A High Art Cravanette IS not only +a rain piotectioi but a coat thats good onalloccasionsrain or shine See this serviceably coat and you will agree with usin saying there is not a toCK in S W equal itmore st les and more patterns And the fit ofa High Art Cravanetteis stoc1Lofi entfits better because only the best handwork and finest trimmings are put into tILadies and Missesrp w Want a iIt Suit 11 VeIrthat is allIvm have to say when volt + come in our stare and you shall have thatjsuit Z one of thebest that can be made and one you will always like not the kind that Ipoks rusty after a few pays wear but one that is fit always good r LOOK FOR IT IN THIS COLUMN EVERY WEEK L st Notices Found Notices For Sale For Rent Notices IEtc will be printed atl cent CASH Dont iut the paper down until you read ev I BOWLING AtLEYL D Baker Cos Bowling Alley open every day and night In building formerly Occupied by Allen Begemans harness shop f WARNING You must hot hunton my farm I mean YOU it matters not what color you are or your standing in the community Keep bff JNO Y WAVES FARMS FOR W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has whatyo want When you Want a picture framed TCI ember I make frames to order fc qB TAYLOR LE25 acres stalk in 70 acre l M Jd hiisnot been grazed Booth Carrico LOST FOB LOCKETOri November 23 between Springfield and Mr jSullians on the Bloomfieid pike a locket horses head enclosed in horse shoe set small diamonds Reward if left a post office pd It Mammoth Bronze Turkeys with the best of breeding and markings ExtraIfines birds from Pairs or more not rela For 4jf Cloaks The Latest Stylisf The Finest Material The Lowest Prices We have a fine lot of Ladies hd Misses Cloaks arid Suits made in very tasty styles and of the finest material that can be bought for the money We want to encourage you to buy your cloaks arid suits at home by giving you lust as nice goods as you can buy in the city and better bargains 4 i Co i 4 SALEWrit prizewinning bone large size and fine plumage write MRS W P MERRITT R F D Springfield Ky- WANTEDA 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 once and make bid FARM FOR SALE164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 86 wellwatered plenty of locust posts Price 22 per acre A bargain for somebody who wants a place close to town B D LAKE NOTICE Hun ers 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 of all colors friends and foes alike LUTHER BURNS NOTICE Notice IS hereby gIven that I have not authorized any one to buy tobacco for me or in my name or for the American Tobacco Company Persons nameumy or authority and anyone selling to any person claiming to represent me do so at their own peril as I will not be responsible for any such purchases Dec 12 H M Moss All persons having claims against the estate of Arch Wheeler deceased win 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 ELVIN BIRCH WheelertFARM FOR SALE260 acre farm well located 60 acres of creek bottom 30 acres in timber 125 acres in grass and lays well gqbd7 room dwelling good tenant hmi9SVrfcwo barns both new P 4 A i Material Difference 1tweennary shoe of today and the Walk Oyer +Shoe Titers is nothin Qrdinary abc the Walk Over it is the shoe par ex cellence the acme of comfort the sub nisi of style and it can be bought for 35045tJ1 t TheRobertsonClaybrooke tt4t umnr KYr zi 40x60 three never failing Wells all under good fence This farm is subject to division and would make two nice farms Price 5400 Terns easy For further particulars call on WMcELROY WHARTONJ Real EstateAgents NOTICEAll persons having claims against the estate of W S Olarkson deceased will present the same prop erly proven as by law required to W F Grigsby my attorney at his officer in Springfield Ky on or before Jan 15 1907 LLOYD CLAibcsQN Admr of the estate of W Clarkson- This Dec 8 1906 All parties indebted to McElroy Shultz will pledge call and settle their accounts The books will be found at the old stand MCELROY SHULTZ FARM FOR RENT Containing eighty Bradyfarm meadowtwentyfiye outbuildIApply to C L BRADY Route 3 Springfield Ky Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the lat terhowever their is a sure remed Elec tric Bitters the great restorative medi cine of which S A Brown of Bennetts i wifetochronicaUytorpid lamebackorders Sold on guarantee by JHaydOn druggist Price fOe II = R TilE SUNSt itII II j r iJ 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12L06 iI g QiE Leachmans Christmas Selections Useful presents are always appreciated by men For example a Necktie or anice dkerchief an Umbrella or something along that line wi better please a man than many of these little fin ckey and useless BuyIyourwill appreciate t 7 Lit rife SUICist 11 t 0 t t A Pair of Gloves A Silk Handkerchief f i Cuff Buttons J t 1 A Nice Shirt f v Scarf Pin 1 fiA Necktie tr 1 J A Nice Umbrella t 1 tA Fancy Vestw Vari s A Pagama d A Nice Hatt Suspenders Etc Etc EtcJiiL I have many other articles in my house which will make r l nice presents Cohie and in= p yestigate before you buy t ties Lap Robe 1 have a few winter Lap Robes which will be gold at greatly reduced prices Whats the matter with one of th se for a Christ mas ft Come in and have one put away Give wife one of these It will be the very thing for a nice Christmas gift i W TLeachman It n Dr1J1 Mr Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain r CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hsfjon Block op stairs Local News Notes There will be a Christmas tree at the Pleasant Run Methodist church at 2 cPdock Monday afternoon Dec 24 4 Pont wait until you are ready to buy or stay away because you dont Want to buy Everybody is welcome HAGAN BROS On Monday Dec 31 MrC M Hines will conduct a public sale of per sonal property Rev G W Lyons will preach at the EorningonEverybody invited I An invitation i extended tb eVdry- one to come in and see our di playlof Christmas china glass etc M HAGAN BROS IIStockholders ojf the Washington CountyCreameryjAssociation will meet at Court House Saturday Dec m her 15th to sign articles of incorpior ation I PnEcHINGRevWm H Williams who has been spending sev ral weeks with relatives in St Louis will arrive home this week and will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening i MIIt1 GIFTS I J Something For All I r Something for Father Mothers Son and Daughter sister and brother Some thing for Children BIG an f LITTLE 4 In Selecting I i My Stock i 1 None were neglected My prices are always reasonable It will require too much space to begin to name the are ticles I have A full line of dolls doll Gabs wagons gocarts rocking horses sleighs china tea sets games fire works machine toys Lamps and Vases of all kinds came and look befpr buying elsewhere J j pratTHOMAS I Rev G W Lyon will attend ilission ary Institute at Bardstown two days next week The sale of Campbells grocery did not materialize so you can stillfind its at our old stand ever ready to sell you groceries and buy your produce MRS LIZZIE CAMPBELL Proprietor Having sold my inrerest in the hard ware store tin and plumbing business to P G McElroy I desire to thankmy patrons for the patronage they have given us and trust they will bas lib eral with the new firm of Shultz Mc Elroy as they have been withus- Respectfully JAS C MCELROY The ladies of the Mackville M B church are keeping book store at Mrs Nellie Bottoms They have a supply of bibles and testaments suitable for Christ as presents Committee Mrs Bettie Peters Miss Ada Rase Miss Alice Turner Miss Edna Cochran and Miss Edna Haydon What is more suitable for a present to your boy your girl your mother or father than one of these beautilul red It tter Bibes sold at city prices by the l dies of the Mack yule M E Church The Washington County Medical Society met in regular session Monday Dec 10th Very int resting and im portant papers were by Dr J C Mud and Dr J B RoBards Officers for the ensuing year were elected Dr J N Shehan of Maud Ky was elected President Dr J B RoBards Vice President and Dr J H Hopper re elected Secretary and Treasurer Dr RoBards invited the physicians of the county to be his guests on the evening of Dec 22nd After banqueting sub jects of great importance to every physician of the county will be dis cussed Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending Dec 12 1906 W T Carrico Minor Conklin Dr Iwon Gillaughet Will Hollins Miss Mary Lou Mills Rev GtT Thomas Arthur Smith Dan Stepp Wolton Wilson Rhoads When calling for the above please say advertised and give date W A WATE s Postmaster Subscribe for The Sun 5LOO year 4TO MAKE Y- OURXMAS OF 1906A Complete Happiness go to TI McElroyGROCER ES New Candles of all Kinds from 8c t0 35c lbM Bananas Oranges Apples Figs Raisens and all kinds of Fruits can be found fresh at my storeI FrcShS Oysters Direct from Baltimore New evaporated Peachesand Prunes Hominy Oatmeal Navy Beans Lima Beans Etci Sweet and Sour Pickles to bulk T1 Irvin McElroy G ooaooooa ao o 0o I Personal Notes aIanVisitors In and Out ofTownA 0 a Round Up ofthe Weeks o Personal News 0npoooooo oOo Mr Matt Wycoff is quit A ill Mr T D Wells spent 4 few days in Bloomfield last weekIDr John Shaunty ofj Danville was in Springfield one day last week Mrs John Brown of Lebanon spent Thursday with friends here Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilton and Miss Smith of Lebanon were in Springfield Thursday Mr Leo Haydon was in Louisville the first of the week on business Miss Amanda Sisco of Bardstown visited Miss Mabel week Williamsttlast Mr S M C Louis ville the last of Mrs I H Thurman sp nt a few days with relatives in Le anon last week Mr Geo Robertson was in Bards town Sunday Mrs Leo Haydon spe t several days with her parents in Nek on county last week Miss Pearl Conner of Fredericks town visited her si terKateWilliams of this place =Miss Myrtle Price spent SundaYin- Bardstown Mr H C Nelson left Ti esday for Georgia where he will spend the win terJMrs J WI Lewis has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs Find Mangett of Louisville Mrs Jt Durrett spept a few days with her daughter Ms MW Hyatt of this place Miss Kinkead of Elizabethtown is the guest of her Sue knott of near town sistertlrs Mrs Lizzie town is the guest of her son Morri of Lexington Mh Barber Rhineheart of Oakland Cali is the guest of relatives here Miss Sue Ray has returned home after a few days stay in Bloo field FrederiCkStown home after a visit to Miss Virginia Riley of Bloomfield Messrs C C McGillnd Lum Cambron of Lebanon were m spring field last Wednesday j Misses Ida and Anna C xi visited friends and relatives in Louisville last week I Misses Kate Wharton and Susie Penn spent several days in Louisville the first of the week Miss Sue Ray was in Louisville a few days last week Mr M H Jones was in ardstown one day last week Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon spent Thursday with Mrs Fred Hagan at this placegMiss Mabel Price has accepted a position as cashier at the Robertson Claybroofce Co tor the holidays Mr Matt Curry of Harjodsburg spent last Thursday with Mr E S Mayes Sr Mr Geo G Hall of Louisville was in Springfield one d lust we kin the interest of the telephonecoin pany Mr BenPiSimms was n Louis ville the first of the week on usiness Dr Shehan of Maud wwtin town Monday on business Judge IH Thurman wasiin Louisville MondayiMiss Minnie McClellan is the guest Mc9leUanofLebanon Mr H DoSt s was in Louisville Tuesday Mr Joe Price spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs S B Thompson of Lebanon Mr G H Boone returned home Sunday from Washington D C Mrs LeH Mattingly of Lebanon Visited relatives here the firpt of the week Misses Maggie Bucknian md Jen nie Greene attended the ul yat St Marys Miss Louise Settles of Booker spent several days with relatives here Mr JI Wimsatt has returned from a business trip through the South Mrs Fred Hagan spent a few days with her cousin Mrs Bell Rogers of Lebanon SuelY r fne wlatidre1atives in Bloo field itr + + + JFOR fHt 30 of in M Ij in at F to in B to are of in to nI 9 r DAYSI t CLOTHING be Sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES III ff 1 4fr The prices we will quote you will be for GASH ij Please bear this in mind and after we quote you price dons ask credit 1it I Grundy Mdntiret Ii + + T +Mr Will Osbourne Rineyville was town Monday Messrs John Thompson Hv GrundyM Searcy and David LIt sey attended the Masonic banqtfet Lebanon Thursday Mrs Ellen Wright after spending several months the home of her nephew Mr J Green has returned her home Danville Mr and Mrs J Peyton have moved Louisville where they will spend the winter Both popular 2nd liked by all who know them and hundreds friends hope that thev will return the spring again make their home here i Wt + AIL will +a Judgeand Mrs I H Thurman will leave tomorrow morning xrNorth Carolina where they will spend three weeks fornieklyIived past four years has been in the navy in the capacity of electrician is now m town renewing former acquaintances MrThomp on returned home Novem ber 31st fora four months vacation Before entering the navy he wasGov ernment storekeeper at Bardstowfr Thomas Conner a mine oWner of Joplin bears the distinction of being first millionaire state senator in Miis souri Ss i XMas Time Naturally Brings Thoughts of i JEWELRYSJ6E It makes the handsomest and most durable of all sifts A Few Seecfofis Fir Wife HMsbaNd Friends and Sweethearts Watehes ichains Charms Fobs + Lockets and Chains Toilet ease s Manicure Sets Silverware Cut Glass 1 Clocks Cuff Button 1 Investigation will convince fyoti that my prkesAn are low and my goods first class AH articles pur chased here are t 1 1 Engraved Free tI JASIJMGRAVKS r tl I rl i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 1906eY I Still 6 d i Overstocked 0 wf or I F in department tllio I pfciaIs in Clothing Mens Suits 15 worth 20 Mens Suits1250 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 1250 15 and 18 Hart Shafner Marx and Resen wold Weils Suits and Oyer Coats in cluded in the above Youths Perfection Suits 10 worth 15 Youths Perfection Suits SP50 worth 12 Ypuths Perfection Suits t 750 worth 10 Youths Suits 5 worth 750 Childs knee pantsSuits150250u- pto 6worth one third more Specials in 1 Cloaks Fursa Womens Black 50 inch Cloaks 12 worth 16 Womens Black 50 inch Cloaks 9 worth 125JL Womens Castor 50 inch Cloaks 9 worth 1250 Womens Castor 46 inch Cloaks 7 worth 10 Womens Black and Colored 46 inch Cloaks 5 worth 750 Misses and Children Cloaks prOpor tionably low We are badly overstocked in Furs will Sell them regardless of cost both neck pieces and muffs Special Prices in Lace Curtains Brussel Net Curtains 450worth 650 Bonne Femme Lace Curtains t3worth 4 Bonne Femme Lace Curtains 250 worth 530 Bonne Femme Lace Curtains j 1 worth 150 Nottinghams Lace Curtains i4worth 6 Nottinghams Lace Curtains 3 worth 4 Nottinghams Lace QurtainsI t Nottinghams Lace Curtains 175 worth 250I Cheaper Curtains same proportions k4 We Extend You I Mtsi Ctriiil Invitation tt visit us Wt assure Ytifwi will Sara You Miniyv E have too many goods and in order to cut our stock down we will for the next thirty days offer special induce f I iraents every an- d1250wort48 Specials irl ii Dress Goods 50 inch Serges worth 1 for 75c 42ic cc worth 90c for 65c 38 Uworth 75c for 50c All of the Above Serges in Black and Colorst 38 inch Plain Plaid and Checks worth 75c for 50 38 NoVelties worth 50c for 37e 34is Novelties worth 30c for 19c V j 30 Henly Serges worth 25c for 1 Sc m 30 U Luxoria for 50c J 39 Suasuett for 25c ii livvtefeS F VI t We Always makef5i SPECIAL CASH PRICES l i ill to Cash Buyers V full Stock Window Shades and- Upholstery Goods at Special Prices r Holiday Goodsi Wfe will show a beauti iul line of Holiday Goods consisting of Fine Wool Blankets Fine Rugs Fine Lap Robes t Fur Gloves Fine Suspenders Ladies and Gents Neckwear Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Mufflers Elegant Umbrellas Etc Etc 8000Pairs Are too much for this season of year We have them and this stock must be cut by January 1907 Come and seeus we will make prices to suit you Carpets Rugs and Wall Paper Axminster Carpets95c worth 125 Velvet Carpets87c worth115 Tapestry Carpets70c worth 85c Tapestry Carpets 60c worth 76c Ingrain Carpets 65c wortfy 75c Ingrain C ets45c worth 60c Ingram Carpets 35c worth 45c Sanitory Extra Super Carpets2 c Sultana Cottage Carpets 30c 9x12 Axrninster Rugs 1950 worth 25 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs + 1450 worth 20 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs 11 worth 15 t We will give onethird off on our entire stock of Wall Paper l r t Z1I F We Thank You for your past patronage and wish tImerit your confidence in the future Cunningham Duncan Cot k J j L OBITUARY The subject of this sketch Miss Maggie daughter of Fannie and Dee Thompson was born October 31 1883 at MackvilleyKy and passed to the great beyond November 16th 1906 The death angel had taken no uncertain aim but shot his arrow deep For eleven long weeks she had the tender care and gentle ministrations of anxiousvigilsQdevoted all the skill that learned physicians could call to aid combined to keep alive that momethian spark that had burned so brightly and beautifully in its earthly course from the days of earliest prattling childhood to the riper years of matured womanhood But alas not the care of tender fond moth er the anxious solicitude of friends nor the untiring efforts and attention of skilful physicians Were able to turn aside the fatal shaft of the insatiate archer and at ten oclock in the even ing of the iGth inst the color faded from the flushed cheek and the half parted lips the beauty and brilliancy otjbright eyes assumed a gaze that told of vacancy and nothingness and palid death with his cold icy hand cast over her his dark pall and stamped upon her beautiful individality the indellible seal that marks the boundary between time an eternity How forcibly at times are We reminded of both the truth and beauty which we find in some of the maxims ot wisdom that date far back in those darker and less enlightened ages when polyenistic sages taught the world And how practically true happy in the application do we of the present day occasionally find the teach ings and sayings which those old masters were want to inculcate and in this connection let us ask what can be more fittingly employed than the beautiful words and ideas couched in the language of the old pagan philosophers who said in the spirit of sweetconso lation Whom the love die falinfrom sages who uttered them Surely then if the pagan gods could love those who die young may not we in this enlight toned Christian age find abundant comfort and consolation in the promise that the true and living God has given that he will bless the pure heart Few who knew you Maggie have known you but to love you Among the number is the friend who pays this feeble tribute to your cherished memory Nor shall corroding time or devouring old age as they prey upon the lives of those who mourn your departure eradicate from memory a sac red knowledge and loving appreciation of that beautiful goodness and purity which you have left for your friends for their imitation and emulation But deal Maggie all earthly ties that bound you to the loved ones and friends are broken asunder and the cold hand of unrelenting death has at one full stroke robbed a fond mother of a lov ingdutif daughter kind arid effection ate brothers of a devoted sister your friends andsociety of a charming and sweet companionship and the world of an ornament that is priceless as any that was ever fashioned by the hand of Goda pure true Christian woman But Heaven we trust has added one more to its angelic choir And now as the curtain that divides the living from the dead has fallen and the scene has shifted and as we turn in sadness and silence from the freshly made mound that hides your cherished dust with contrite hearts may we look to Heaven and say Father thy will be done And now dear Maggie as we drop a tech upon your grave in memory of Trains Arrivesat Springfield Arrives at ctnLeaves Train Leaves Springfield Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville II E Pretldwit M 01 Mss xr 71 i J eetrvhitefarelvellKing of all Medicines MrEG Case a mail carrier of inUleyears says We have tried many cough medicines for croup but Cham berlains Cough Remedy is king of all and one to be relied upon every time We also find it the best remedy fqr coughs and colds giving certain sesults and leaving no bad after effects We are never without it in the house For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Subscribe for The Sun SLOO year oaonn no nnna F T111 Chaplin Water I 1 Roller Mills Io MAKES THE a BEST FLOUR i THE BEST MEAL o- o a a In Springfieldand many o ftooo Buy them and get THE BEST 1 DB SUTHERLAND q i CDlDirTHE SUN AND Both pa yrBryansWeekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 175SemiWeeklySt Louis Globe 175ThriceaWeekHome and Farm 125 American 175 American 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Magazine 285 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers 435 Harpers Weekly 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Day 49 NifM 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield KytWill e in courts of Washington andad olningcountiea In the Court of APpeals and Federal courts II C C McCIIORD lr ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will practice in all State and FederalC0urtk W D CLAYBRtiOKEA- TTYATLAW f j Springfield Ky r T daildad1oiniogpeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky iandad4oininRconntieaandncourtofA PPoals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Office in Robertson Building i Will practice in the Courts of Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals a 1 S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER 1 TCWill go anywhere Terms reason able Phone 84 i NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KL OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store i wUtdraw and Contracts All kinda of peaslonbnnaitiesa aspecla1ty Bays been lathe business for thirtvftve Teara THOSJ Graves OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOO MISS LIZZIE MINTIIMEMY NURSEiPkinis Ny 19 Night HI JOLINYMAYES f H Funeral Director J And licensed Embalmer 4SPRINGFIELD KBimJCKY Best Attention Every 1flhoWB uoise Liiieof Ciskctsikrlal Rebu T iPY19Nftt74E 5 1l r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 906 L ri IThe Cecilian you own a Piano and do not wish to trade it in on a l IIf Piano you can jet the Piano 1 I The Cecilian I The Cecilian The Cecilian 1 The Gecilian MAIL Graham has about recovered from severe grippe Mrs William very sick with lung trouble and not expected live but few days Her daughter Dorotha has typhoid fever but some better and Miss Lillis another daugh ThE PERFECT PLAYER Farrand Cecilian Cabinet Player I Can be Attached Any Piano and Played by Anyone Amuses You irt That Plays the Popular Music of the Day a Help to 1 he Serious Student of Music Gives Access the Vast fields of Musical Literature Is an educator n Assists inv Time Rhythm and Form jV TEAR OFF TODAY KYleaseyourbargainsint Name 2 vhiVv Address x jv T State i CARDWELL t W L a spell of la Sallie is is to a is to it aliI Is It to a d Materially Mastering t ter is also Miss Louise Bull is very sick The returned Illinois last week Phil Simms and wife H Baker and family Johnie Moore Mr Lonie George Moore Hogs being here by the Allen Royalty killed one weighed 965 pounds Mary A Perkins spent Sunday with Irespectsunusual in mechanism brittiancy gil duribihty Indeed our store is veritable paradise for the children hundreds of from Won der Land Bring the boys and girls iii Let hem enjoy lookingonar Of Course I r I PIANO r Pr position You dont have to LEARN to play the THIS ONE the Far Piano for you or anyone else can play it play any kind ot music you want Classical Operatic Dance Time or Coon Songs even though you know nothing about music or piano playing Just slip in a roll of pe forated music as shown in the illustration put your feet 6n the pedals and go ahead thats all you need to do t The FarrandCecilian is upright iano with brilliant clea sweet tone aid with the mechanism of the Cecilian Piano PJayer built inside the case You can play this piano with the fingers just the same as you would an or dinary piano or you can play it with the mechanism of the Cecilian Play which is built into it so it is equally available for the wife and daughter who have of patient an pratice in learning how to play the piano and for the man who doesnt know blessed music Wouldnt such pianoa piano that all in the family could playbOused far more than the piano you have now hayeyouexchange if ypu have one For The HolidaysW- e I have made effort this season to offer un usually attractive bargains in Pianos and as a result it means can Save From 50 Ito 75 on a new Piano When we can sell you a good relt able New Piano at 150 fully guarantied the same kind that would cost you 200 elsewhere it gives you an idea what you can av Some Bargains in Good Used Pianos 100 to 150 Old Instruments Taken as part pa ment l I The FarrandCecilian Piano is so from anything you have ever seen vyould be worth your while to learn all about It Tear off the cou pon and mail to us today and we will glad send you the illustrated catalogues explaning both theFarrandCeciliaii Pianos and the Cecilian Piano Player j MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC 0IFourth Avenue Louisuillf Ky i j very sickR following from J and family and are slaughtered wholesale that wonders pianoNOT randCecilian highgrade spents you Special different 628630 her brother at this place Grah mPerkins sold to S T Roberts one sorrel horse for 12750 W L Graham bought from W H Lay one sevenyearold jack for 8300 and saId to Mr Lay one sixyearold mare for 5150 J A K ler bodght one fouryearold horse frolA Barshier for 125 Subscribe for The Sun SLOO year 1 I CHRI3TIVIAS i At McElroy ShadersAAnd jIa a a a a I er IThat a Christrriaa dinnera big t j npcessary to complete the haPPinessOf the sensonj Some times nhil Lucra are ruined by careless cookin but often because of the inferiouty of theI ingredients for th dainties Therefore we would suggest that use THE BEST Then of i J you willcome to us cOUnleI Add the Letters I AR to DollAND VilA T WILL IT SPELL DOLLAR G COURSE Ii Bbt fOr less money we will set fill I beautiful doll one hat will last a long M time and took well lYe bare tlem fromo d t 5fents to4 5 I iOllndI I wwrr Christianas chlnaii 1 Oar line of ClilnaVvare this season as usual handsome and is composed of varied lots of isJmost beautiful designs Therefore the only qu tion isuDO YOU WANT If you do then we can satisfy you in design quality and price 1r 1 J1r AAIII cELKOj SHADER The Loading Grocerymen t I A Piano it = PLACED UNDER BOND To Keep the Peace Is Coal Operator Who Objected to Miners Fees Barbpursvllle KyAs a result of threats alleged to have been matlo against Col John G Mathew Presl dent of the First National Bank the- Matthews Jellico Coal Co and other corporations Col Harvft yIIigaHs member of Gov Beckhaius staff and prominent coal operator was placid under a bond Of 1000 to keep the Matthtrvsjstaff have coal mines in the snme ter ritory In the Ely Hollow region of Knox county Col Matthews aa recently aappointed road ovoraeor in that district and several of Col ingalla striali aa required by law The alleged of Ingalls are said to have rthreats from this proceeding MYSTERIOUSl IS8NtI Disappearance of Three Peopl Can- Not Be Explained By Police Ixiuisvllle KyThe polfce ato en deavoring to find three people nyste rloualy missing Miss Anna Bar n lotto her borne laughing and iuta no been beard from Six years ago her ister Miss Ida Baron disappeared urulor similar circumstances Her bod y Vaa afterward found In the canal ILofoert Stronnieier an employe of the L t N railroad has been gone sine a No vember 14 from hlJhoino H42 17 Street R A Huh UnJRna eont1 oWa painter left his home 1320 Edcnsldo aven Thanksgiving evenIng t6 call 011 his slater at 1413 Hamilton avonuo From there he went to anoarby drug store purchased a cigar and haj not been seen since He had been griev ing over the death of his wife J Sleeks to Know What Whisky LouIsvUlo kyrTho comraissic n on IMrity ftxxU polntod under the provisions of the agricultural appr pritt hererlntothetracts and other articles Comiug to To ilc prlaiArUy for tht puposo hatIare to be regarded ag ndulteran placeIo other trades Interested In the enfprc mentor Uiq pure food law n t STATE NEWS PICKUPS l TOBACCO DEALERS WARNED Night Riders Threaten to Burn More Factories Near Princeton Louisville KyAspecl l from Ma- rIon Co Ky says Considerable ex cltement has been causdd here over the receipts of threatening letters by the owners of the two largest tobacco concerns In this city wwarning them not to buy any more tobacco The letters were signed D T P or Night Riders and stated that if the men to whom they were addressed did not heed the warning their places 6f business would be destroyed by fire Both letters wore mailed at Prince ton which is only a short distance from this eand the first one was received by R L Moore who runs the largest tobacco warehouse in Critten den county Mr Moore sent out notices that he would not receive any more tobacco at present f The other man to receive a warning wits Arthur Jarvis who conducts a big warehouse and stommery It is under stood he also will not take in any more tobacco PLAINTS FROM ALL LINES rcFoodILouisville KyPickles sirups cat- sups and whisky were the products considered by the United States com mission on purity of foods in its ses sin A large number of witnesses were heard the arguments being prin CI ally along chemical lines Whisky was reached late in the afternoon and thpn was considered only as a tour tey in order to allow several Cincin natians to present their arguments- If the plans of the commissioners d not miscarry the SIttings in Louisville wil be adjourned and will be resumed in Lexington where additional roves tigation of the manufacture of whiskies and blending of spirits will be made Additional opportunities wit also be given the manufacturers for hearings before the commission at Lexington JUDGES AT OUTS Over the Constitutionality of the Re cent Redistricting Act Frankfort KyGOT Beckham ap pointedThoraas R Brown of Catletts burg as special judge to try the cas of Johnson county vs S K King an others IB Palntsvjlle the regular Judge you matter friends Side Boards S15 toE0 850 to Ladies De ksS6 to 20 Book Cases X14 to 25 Toilet Tables up book casesl3 to20- n cabinets 10 up t tables 5 to Parlor tables Stup Parlor chairs rockers 125 to Hall trees and to 25 4 declining to The cane InvbirSr the of the l slat1n redistricting act passed the lutJeiglature and is evidently causing some difference of opinion in the court at appeals The caSe was argued over s month ago and but the court set aside the submission and or fdered areargUment of the question os4 the fourth day of the January term Fireman Killed In Wreck Mt Sterling KyIn a wreck of twe freight trains on the A Ohio near here this morning Georgt C Sheehan fireman waS caught be tween the engines and tilled Engi neers William Kash and MIckaal Greary and James wtenr seriously injured Acid Was Not Fatal Rockport Ky Miss Lucy Morton 23 attempted to cOmmit suicide by drinking carbolic acid Despondency Is said to have caused the attempt by heroic effort 4avedher life although she was burned He Won Anyhow Lexington KyWm Howard a ne gro upon a wager here lost lbs life by drinking two glasses of whisky and a dozen glasses of gin in a local aoloom Howardwuto r he consumed the 14 glasses m halt aa t hour V In Praise of Cough Remedy Threis no other medicine manu factured that has recieved so much praise and so many expressions oftgratitude as Chmberlains Cough Rem r relieftIuse parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify to its merits for the benefit of others It is a certain cure for croup and will prevent the attack if given atithe first appearance of the disease It is es adapted for children as it pleas ant to take and contains nothingin jurious Mr E A hreYSta- w known resident and clerk in the store of Mr E Locke of Alice Cape Coloie South Africa says have used Chamberlains Cough remedy to ward off croupand colds in my fam ilyI f very satisfacto- and it me pleasure to reccomen itorsale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass horsedt man his future home in Kentucky LEACHMANS TILT I Furniture For t r J Christmas Gift i If are going 1o give a present to wife this Christmas and of course you are J you had better you can not select anything that will please her half so as a v r Nice Piece Furniture tftJ 1 That is she can keep for years and will tje to her a pleasant reminder of the Christmas of 1906 And for that women housesuitable for husbands Friends can find presents suitabl for Come in and look through the stock I tau only na ea few of the articles Chiffonirs 15 12 Combination music Dining 18 and 15 mirrors 3 sit constitutionality submitted Chesapeake Brajkaman Physicians dangerously Chamberlains U ypijv well of Something Mahogany Jardiniersand p edestrsls j jT 3 to 15 tin i Iron Beds 250 to 02S i China closets Magazine racks Handsome morris chaiw Bed and lounging couch Davenports Steel sanitory couches 1 Childrens chairs of all ndslf Why not come in at once and select some11tlng from my eieap stock My prices are lower thanthe prices quoted by c s j tube houses and my goods are better Come In and see and will he convinced H 1rLEAOHA11n 5 CHMA NSLEA r 1 w 7vrvrw I i I a rHESrtUNGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DKEinBER M 1904 t t i7 I MAOIAI MADE CAR A SHAMBLED 4X s iZEDwiTH A RECURRENCE or- I AN OLD INSANITY Elmer McNeal afMIHar Lustful foi MIop8nuffed O One Mars LIf- aidWounded Two Others Jackson 0 Deck 1A terriblt booting affajr occurred on a street carjut outside of the city limits oi Jackson and as a result one IB dead two mortally injured and several have mwr or less serious wonndd tiThe car In charge of Conductor Edj Cameron and Motorman Celurii Stiles nd filled with Sundjay passensers go irfe from Jackson to Wellston hac just passed beyond the city limit when Elmer McNeal alpassenser who was seated near the middle of the car 1Wth a younglady friend arose aiid without any provocation or 4aru Ing began to shoot The first shot struck Prof J E Klanlson superintendent of the Jack son schools in the right Bide t One shot struck Harry IJ White 25 and an employe of Uie IK T I cai shops IB the right eke the ball pass ing tnrough his head He died In stnntly Another shot struck D vBanAtta formerly of Newark O In the right side below the rib the ball passing through the body We may die During the excitement Superintend ent KInl son received two more gun ahat wounds one In the finger and the other In the wrist but the plucky pro testor waited his time closed m oni Ills man and then grappled him and carried hIm to the front end of the car where with the assistance of Mo torman Stiles who felled t1i demon TFlth a heavy Iron crank he waa thrown out of the window McNeal accbmpanted by the young lady turned around to Jwalk back to Jackson followed bK one or two pasj congers They were met by Police ruat Joe Wagner and a posse of citi zons The desperado with a revolver fa one hand add a razor In the other kept up a funning fire with the offi cers and citizens until he fell in the middle of the street with two gunshot Wounds one ball passing through his bead and the other lodging In the thigh MpNeal who Is a coal miner living t Weliston Is abut 40 years of ago and had on two occasions been ah inmate of thOm Athens state hospital for the Insane beIng sent from Sclpto county but had been discharged from that Institution about five years ago It Is saId that he had been drinking heavily the last lew days and no doubt became suddenly demented It- to Inqt thought he wiLl survive more t than a Jew fiburs v REFUTES IN STRONG LANGUAGE That President Lobtqr Charge bledForlreiand- Washington Dec 10 President Roosevelt replied to the attack made pbnhtm in the pamphlet issued re cently by Bellamy Storer of Cincin nat tormerly ambassador to Austria Hungary In a carefully prepared com municatloa the secretary of state ha undertakes to refute the charge made by Mr Storer that he had lent himself 46 a scheme to have the pope elevate Archbishop Ireland of St Paul to the rank of cardinal The president employs some charac teristic vigorous language In his allu alone to the former diplomat the words dishonorable perfidy and rne appearing He also questions whether Mr Storer deserves to be called a gentleman since he made public some private correspondence Furthermore in order to make his rcbuk all the more poignant he em poaslies the fact that the Cincinnati MB was dismissed from the diplomat teservice for entartgiIn the adminis tration In an ecclesiastical complica tion T he president admlts however that while governor of New York he spoke to PreslAeMt McKinley about Storers t plan to hears the Archbishop made a prjnce tjf the Catholic church 4 Will Have to Drive PrlestsjOut p PArJBj Dec 10 France seems to ZZw tacVan alarming religious crisis The reporls of the popes llthhour rejec tion of the governments final proffer under Which Catholic worship could he continued under th common law turns out to be only too true and the deadlock now Is apparently complete According to the htfy fathers orders tttfe parish priests must remain In their churches until driven out by violence Despondent Mother Kills Herself Scranton Pa Dec 10When Jn formed J y the attending physician that tier child was In a dying condition I Mrs Becker of Hawley near hero vent into the cellar and shot herself 4 iu the head dying soon after The child dted two hrs fitter the shooting Colorado River Takes New Channel Tuma Ariz Dec 10The entire Colorado river has found a channel expand the Iliad dam and i flowIngI back into Salton Sink flood can be stopped 1000 people will lose theIr hqrne lPoe7sr Monument a KichmonU Vr Dec 10 tfharles Marshall Qraves who was instruraen tql IB launching the movement to erect a monument to Edgar Allan Poe in thin lt Is in receipt of a letter from President Roosevelt commeudJng the jendertijklng Healing By Differwit Melodies London Dec 1OP11e healln pow r pi musicals the subject of a 4ecure delivered la London by o Ngrman jreichen who dcserIbehOAf11iu- e1xU s could be uuel 7f certata disease Dairymen Plead Guilty Louisville Ky Attronkohn repro sentlng one hundred dairymen against vjhpm charges were brought under the uje food jaw of feeding swill to cat pleaded guilty for his clients and accepted a Suspended sentence of 100 fine and a Jail sentence of 50 days agaInst each defendant The fine and jail sentence will be annulled only on condition that they dean their dairies by April 1 and quit feeding swill to cattle ParoIesFor Five Frankfort KyThe state prison commission at its regular monthly Ineetlng paroled the following con- vIct Albert Elmore of Green coun ty sent up fpr life Calvin Miller of Breathitt sent up for 10 years for man slaughter Alert Conner of Fleming ent up for six years for forgery John Landrum of Pendleton sent up for life for murder Prank Loswale of Barren 3entup for 18 months for housebreak Jng Will Launch New Dally Paper Lexington KyAn afternoon demo cratic daily paper to be run in oppo sition to the republican organ the Leader will be launched here the first bf the year The paper will be run entirely by Lexington capitalists and ft Is said a modern plant will be erected Quarrel Over Hogs Levee Kyi Booth Wlllonghby and Nelson Trimble farmers engaged in a light overhogs and Wlll6ughby it is said shot Trimble with a shotgun The charge entered his side and he Is seriously hurt Willoughby has not boeh arrested Lid Fits Tighter Newport Ky A more rigid enforce meat of the midnight closing law has been ordered by Chief of Police Lick erf He has given the patrolmen orders to enforce the law and all sa loonkeepers have been notified that they must close their places promptly at midnight Two Convicts Paroled Frankfort KyThe state prison commission granted paroles as fol lows William Brockmani of Jackson county sent up for ton years for mur der John R Morgan of Pike county sent up for twp years for manslaughter Keeps Tab On Kentucky Politicians Louisville KyThe State Federa tion of Labor by a unanimous vote or dered the legislative committee to keep a record o all acts hostile to union labor on the part of public officials and to send It to all labor bodies in the state Looking for Santa Louisville Ky Sebastian Dahlen 4 son of J C Dahlen a grocer at 1848 Colgan Street In his ahkiety to mail a letter to Santa Claus looked up the chimney and his clothing ignited He was badly bUrned MARKET REPQRTS Cincinnati Dee 8 CATTLE Extra 5 60 5 76 CALVES Extra 7 00 7 25 HOGS Choice 6 30 35 SHEEP Extra 4 4 65 LAMJJS Extra 7 60 FLOUR Spring pat 4 45 4 70 WHEAT NO 2 red 77 CORN No 2 mixed 5 44 OATS No 2 mixed 36 RYE No 2 choicei 71 72 HAY Ch timothy Ji9BUTTER Dairy 17 APPLES New Cbhl 2 50 f 3 Oo POTATOES Per1 bbl gT 2 00 TOBACCO New 5 10 25 25 ChIcAGO WHEAT No 2 red 74 75 CORN No 2 mixed OATS No 2 mixed 3 PORK Prime mess 14 75 LARDrSteam 8 67 KEV TO JE FLOUR Win patent 3 75 0- 0Wl1EATNp 2 red 82 CORN No 2 mixed 53 OATS No 2 mixed 38 PORK Prime mess 17 50 18 25 LARD Steam 945D- AITIM 9 55 QBE WHEAT No2 red 78 CORN No 2 mixed ffJ 51 4 OATS No 2 mixed 3 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 76 CORN No 2 mixed 50 OATS No 2 mixed 26 PORK Prime mess 16 50 LARD Steam 950 IDIAAIOLTS CATTLE Prime 5ii 15 42 5 35 HOGS Choice 6 00 6 40 DUROC JERSEVS The quick money hog J lot Of choice Pigs for sale1 J a SHELBY Route 1 Springfield Ky The Daily Herald AND iZThe Sun ONE YEAR H 200 RuseIII t Christm S Offerings Yu will Havt no Trouble in Si looting Your Presents Frtm The Following Lists Diamond Broaches i Diamond Rings Watches Fobs Broaches Lorgnetts i Bracelets Stick Pins CulT Buttons Combs v W Necklaces Waist Sets r Gold Thimbles V Collar Pins Tea Spoons f Table Spoons fKnives and Forks Sugar Shells Cream Ladels Soup Ladels Olive Forks Olive Spoons Salad Berry Spoons Baby Spoons Souvenir Spoons Child Sets Pearl Handle Knives andForks Sugar Tongs Toilet Sets- Manicurq Sets Suspenders Cut Glass Bowls Cut Glass Punch Bowls Cut Glass Nappy Cut Glass Cruets CutGhass Pepperand Saltboxes Cut Glans TalcumJars Cut Glass Puff Boxes Cut Glass Tooth Brush JarsISilver Tea Seth IBujter Dishes 4Ba1ing Dishes 44Cruthb Trays 4Candlq Sticks 4Cream and Sugar bowls 4Fernery IShaving Sets Baby Cups ISyrup Stands Bread Trays Celery Trays Spoon Trays All at Greatly Reduced Prices These God art High Glass and HVilllbiakt Yaluabli Prcsints Corns In Early and sn my Handsome Display E M RUSSELL Springfield Kentucky pUBLIC SALE Of Personal Property Thursday Dec 27 Qn the above date I will offer for sale the following on the Fredericktown and Bearwallow turn pike onehalf mile from Mclntire on the farm known as the T F Mclntire farm f I 7yearold Mare i 8yearold Mare i pyearold Mare loyearold Mare 2 Yearling Horse Colts i Weanling Filly v 3 Cows and Calvesi7 Yearling steers Weanling calf 2 Jenrretts I 2Horse wagon I McCormick Binder good as new McCormick mower I Walter Voi drake I 2horse corn pi inter I Disc Harrow I Kentucky Disc Drill I Riding cultivatirII Walking cultivator Ldt bff single and About 1500 bushels oatsIAbout I2 6 biishels of 2 Stacks of oats A lot of hay I will also sell my household and ki tch en furniture TERMS All sums under ten dollars cash over that amount a credit of twelve months will be given Interest and notes payable at either bank in Springfield Sale begins at 10 oclock POLIN MclNTIRE A Mighty Rum lUll FoV the past ten years England has on drink from 875000000 to 05o0to0 a year Its average annu al expenditure on drink amounts there fore to a sum that is more than the entire annual revenue that Is equal to all the rents of all the houses and farms In the kingdom and that is only a little less than the cost of the South kfrican war SYCAMORE VALLEY are haying some good ran qnd tobaccostripping1 the order jof the day MMrs Ferril of Willisburg Visited her daughter Mrs L C Settles last- citurdayand Sunday 1csMauI Inmanhas been visiting MestiamesT W and1 j D S terlan forche past week STr Oscar Shewrnaker of Willisburg had been visiting friends in thid vicin ity tor the past week Mrs Lula Armstrong of Brooksville visited the family of John Armstrong Saturday and Sunday Mr Earnest Shewmaker and Misses Eya and Maud Inman spent Sunday wither knd Mrs J D Sutherland The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee SettlEs is quite ill at this writing Mr M 3 Keeling and family visited Mr and IMrs Thomas Brown at Fair View from Friday to Sunday Mr Charlie Hines and family iwill go to Ohio to make their future home We regret that we have to give them up from our Vicinity but hope tliat out loss will be someone elses gain Mr J S Inman and daughter Maud were in Springfield Monday shopping Colman Settles attended church at Mr Zion Sunday Mr John Shewmaker has moved to his new home Mrs E F Sae spent Thursday with friends at Litsey Springfltld Market Bacon Hams 15c Sides 12J4e Beeswax S5c per pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound Chickens Hens 7o SpririK 8c Dried apples mper pound Ducks 7c per pound Corn Mpal 75c to per bukhel Eggs24c per dozen Feathers 44c per pound FIourS220toJ2BO I Ginseng 750 per pound Orain Wheat corn SOcOata o Hides Green OHc to Lard 124 per pound Lime 90c toSLoo per barrel Mill productd Bran 80 shlpatnff per 100 pounds Potatoes Country 75c Onions Bait 5145 and 185 per barrosTurkeys pot pound Tallow 4q per pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Burrv and Breasvl4Hc clear of grease 20c tub washed 28o Country Sorghum to Geeso35c a poico Dealers say that those who haye used Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tabletr are quite loyal to them and can not be persuaded to take any substitute Get a free sample at the Red CrOSs Drug Store them a trial and you too will want them in pref erence to any other They cure stom coitstipation SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head alt who subscribers to The Sun mayinsort free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats awl other fann products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included hut in sorted in another department of the paper at very low rates Mrs Kathcrine Settles Booker has for sale a good black work Will work any where KyILPlymoth Rock cockrels at 50c each if month T L Mudd Fredericktown his for sale on6 good saddle and harness horse R A5Wheatley itt 5 ha foisaic 200 cedar postsIW H Boblittr Mooresville hds for sale a sow and seven shoats Mrs J S McElroy has fo sale Black Manorca cockrels at 75 cer ts Mrs J A Cecil Fredericktown has Wyandotteat once Springfieldturkeys My pen is Headed by ohe of prizewinners at th Lou isville poultry show won first prize Mrs Sam Hall Mclntfrc has for sale Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Mrs L N Reed R F D o 3 has for sale S C Brown Leghorn cockerels 50 cents each SprindieldKyBronze Turkeys Toms 3 anc hens2IMrs Route 1 hasfoi sale S Cbflhode Island cockrqls II cents each Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite DunEs Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough ThiiremedjrU famous for ita cores over amigo part of the civilized world It can always be depended It contain no ppiun or other drug and may gtv en as coufldenUy to a beby as to an 5dnlt Price 25 eta Large Size 6O eta c4 uc I Free AT TIlE ENTERPRISE STOR TLXAS KINTUCKY Si With every purchase amounting to one dol lar you may seiect a nice present FREE SItH You may Sefect From a Lot Picture Frames Pictures Medajioos Dolls Etc See Circulars For Announcement of fInteresting Contest Our line will consist of China Fancy Glass Toilet Cases Albums CJeUulo Boxes Comb and Brush Sets Silverware Ladies Watches Fancy iGlocksf Photo Frames Ladies Hand Bags Dolls Doll Furniture and toys of all kinda rail line of Fruits Nuts Candies and Fireworks Come early and avoid the rush j VIf The ENTERPRISE STOREF L Purdom Prop Texas Ky WILLISBURG The Death Angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs W B Shirley Friday morning Dec 7 and took their infant son R C The entire community ex tends sympathy to the bereaved father and mother May this bereavement draw them nearer to their Supreme God and that they will prepare them selves to meet theic little one Weep not dear parents for little R C is not dead but sleeping Rev Simms give a short discourse after which the re mains were laid to rest in the cemetery at this place Mrs Nora Foster and children are spending a few days with relatives at this place Mesdames W S Gibbs W W Hy att and Miss Lula Merritt were in Springfield shopping one day last week Leo Gibbs who is attending school at Springfield spent Saturday and Sun day with his parents at this place On S M Grume and wife spent Fri day at he Home of Thomas Trent of near Antioch Mrs WT Wells and Miss Mattie Brown have returned home from Law renceburg where they spent several days at the home of W T Mitchel Mr Smith formerly of Owenton Kv the cashier for the bank at this place is here ready to open business as soon as the building is completed The farmers of this vicinity have organized a strong union of the A S of E at this place S E Harlow is president and J J Sharpe secretary HAPPY HOLLOW Mesdames J M Shields and Ella Coulter isitQd ati Ghaplih Saturday and Sunday Mrs M C Keeling and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Tom Brown at FairView Miss Sarah Shields spent Friday hqreTherehero church Sunday morning at nine oclock and Bible class atetevenoiclock The people through this section are killing hogs and stripping tobacco Rumor reports several weddings here about Christmas PUBLIC V SAIE14 ThursOyDo 1ia Beginning at one oclock p nIwill offer for sale at my barn near the Fair Grounds all my farm stock ion sistingof Two work horses one brood mare with foal by jack one yearling Residing 2 milch cows 2 steer calves 8 heifer calves 20 head of sheep 4 brood sows due to farrow soon two of which are pure bred Duroc Jersey 5 Duroc Jersey guts Implements consist of mower hay rake cultivator 2 two horse plows double shovel singleishov el disc harrow smoothing harrow two horse wagon spring wagon 2 buggies wagon and plow harness buggyi har hess 1 Ross feed cutter saddlfc and bridle about 200 bUshels of corn 4 of 6 tons of hay a small quantity of mil letthay and about 2QO shocks of fod der 1TERMsAll sums under five dollars five dollars onnoresix months time with interest Isaac Currv 4I44I4I4HIXlGZ1 4 I NOTICE 4 We are prepared to do all kinds of Buggy Top 4 Harness Shoe and Sad die repairing at the low 4fest prices All work guaranteed 2 THE BLUE GRASS MFG COMPANY Main Street opposite Opera House Springfield Ky Z +