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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f y J 0 rifltth r 11 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 11 VOLUME nt j SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1907 r 1lMiMIEI7 WASHINGTON 1 ktCOUNTY Tobacco Growers Pool 2200 Acres of To bacco At f 12 oclock last Saturday the pool arig books of the Burley Growers Asso ciahon closed A meeting was held at the court house in the afternoon and the returns from the various sections JQtshe county canvassed It was found that Washington county had pooled 2200 arsof tobacco This far ex ceeded the expectations of the most enthusiastic In fact when the pooling was first commenced it was not thought that over 1000 or 1200 acres of tobacco would be pooled in the coun ty Washington county farmers are interested as neyer before They arer determined to make this movement a success 3 As we said last week in an editorial ion the first page all that is now neces sary to crown the organization with complete success is sound judg ri lent Cool heads hard work and fltied tongues will ultimately win Dont do any unnecessary talking Did i you ever notice how mum a great Oat is The trust never permits its men to do outside talking It would not keep a longtongue fellow in its employ a week Its method is to saw wood saw wood saw wood and say nothing Messrs H R Thompson and W A Clements deserve much credit for the work they have done in organizing the- itobocco growers and in making the Tl a i tliiiaiw1lr Thefexentlen- ve n untiring in their work They vkept going The day was never too Brainy nor the night too dark Winchester Ky Jan 15Many Jof the delegates to the meeting of the District Committee ot Burley Tobacco Society are here and more will arrive on the noon train Those who are here are very enthusiastic and apprehend but little trouble in solving the problem as to handling the crop Official reports of the acreage pledged Will not be made until the meeting of the board this afternoon but unofficial advices receiyed by the secretary indi rate that about 16 per cent has been added since the meeting here on New Xears day and that the amount now controlled by the society is about 70 per cent COUNTY r ORGANIZER Y Will Nally Will Organize Many J Locals In Washington 1 County t Mr Will Nally the popular young farmer of the Fenwick community has been appointed county organizer for the American Society of Equity and has already begun his work Besides being County Organizer Mr Nally is President of the Washington county Society of Equity The Sun believes he is the right man for both places He is energetic enthusiastic and level 1ieadedand if there is a man in Washington county who can round the lopys up it is Will Nally The A S vpf E is lucky in having a member like Mir Nally 7k Good Work Springfield Ky Editor SunThis- is a time when it seems to me that ievery farmers heart should be filled with joy Have you ever stopped to think about whathas been done in so short a time I wilt tell you some of the work that has been done Sixty days ago a conyention was called at cw Castle Ky for the purpose of trying to organize the Burley tobacco tfgr9yirs At that time there was only 1P r one local union in the Burley district Washingtonkar spreadtbeder to the other of this grand old coun ty of which we are so proud until today it has spread like a prairie fire with a whirlwind behind it But my dear friends it was the weeds that were sown three yeers ago by one of our gallant leaders just taking root and the shower fell just at the right time to make it spread From that time we have worked faithfully and today we have forty coun ties organized with about one thousand members in each Think of the far workIe asser tion that they cant be organized We took up the work of pooling the tobacco in Washington county on the 26 of November From that time until the first day of January 1907 we had eleven local unions with about eighty members to the union 1600 acres of tobacco pooled and 17000 raised to build a warehqiise in the county W M NALLY BIG MEETING A S of E Locals Will Meet Here Next Saturday On next Saturday afternoon a meeting of the Burley Growers of Washing ton county will be held in Springfield at which time reports from the Win chester meeting will be heard The Burley Growers from Kentucky Indi ana and Ohio are repr e at Win chester and it is expected that the plans of the organization will be ar fhearthe d COLD DAYS As Discussed By Spring fields Old Timers f This very unusually mild winter naturally calls to the minds of the old timers some very severe ones and during the past month we haye heard many stories about some extremely cold days away back in the 50s the 60s and 70siTh coldest day I ever re member said Mr Chas Noe was in the winter of 64 The themometer was 30 degrees below zero Men and women were frostbitten while sitting by the fires cattle and horses froze to death in barns and hogs were found frozen in their pens And that reminds me said Mr J R Smith that during that winter I found a little shoat in my hog pen froze to the earth but after chopping the earth from around him we succeeded in bringing the pig around all right Do I recollect that winter Well Iguess I do said Mr Fred Hagan The day before it turned so cold it rained About night it began to turn just a little colder By 10 oclock that night it was bitter cold by 12 the rafters were popping and before daylight the thermometer nad to be warmed to get circulation started People were unprepaped for the severe weather and many were caught without wood I made careful mquiery a few days after this cold spell and found that there were more toes and heels frost bitten during these two days of severe weather that ever before By actual count there were 10000 toes and 1000 Washington county heels nipped liMy figures disagree with yours said Mr Noe My calculations show that 10013 toes and 1107 heels were bitten Counting niggertoes and heels said Mr Smith my figures indicate that the grand total of frosted toes and heels was in the neighborhood of 42000Well let it go at that said Mr Noe And that reminds me of a story said Mr Hagan but as the hour is late I will I tell it S9rpe other time t MAY BE CAUGHT Within the Next Few Days that Anon ymous Letter Writer And His Jig Is Up 1- The editor of The Sun has in his pos session one of four threatening letters rceiy d by Mr H M Moss the buyer for the Continental Tobacco Co at Sprin field This letter was received Mond ly afternoon though the post mark shows that it was mailed January 8 at Springfield It is supposed that the scoundrel who mailed this very iii sultin r and threatening letter watched for an opportunity and slipped it from Mr oss box soon after it was mailed and a fter carrying it in his pocket until Mo day the 14th again dropped it in the postoffice The envelope indicates hat the letter had been in the pocke of some person for several days The er velope is of pink paper the let ter is rittenupon a piece of note pa per a poor quality of linenpresum ably te ken from a tablet such as a child would use in school A very clumsy effort is made at disguising the handwriting Whil Mr Moss has received the other tters of this nature this one is the mo t insulting and decidedly the most tl neatening He is ordered not to buy iny more tobacco and is given five daj s in which to cease his opera tions n case he fails to comply withN this deriand within five days his life JSi tppay heforfciti We h ve made diligent inquiry and we fail to find in any section of Wash ingtonunty a feeling of this nature among hose who are interested in the Burley rowers organization In fact we find the very opposite The Burley Grower to a man condemn in no un m Memorial services were held by the literary and debating society last Fri d y in emory of Miss Dorothy Mc Elroyj Resolutions of respect were adopted and addresses were made by Misses Nellie toe Mary Lampton and Mary Haydon and Messrs Will Wat ers and Lyman Barber and Profs Col vin and Thompson El Miscrere from II Trovatore was sung by Miss Mary Haydon accompanied by Misses Anna Cox Nellie Simms Mabel Tucker and Louise Haydon on the mandolin and Miss Sue Ray on the guitar A quartet was sung by Misses Haydon and Ray and Messrs Colyin and Waters A solo was sung by Harry Shultz One of the most intertaining discuss ions of an old theme that has come in earshot ot the writer for a long timer occurred last Monday when the English Literature class elaborated and eluci dated Tennysons lines- Man is the hunter Woman is his game Knight Handy gave some original thoughts and said that it had not yet been his fortune to go on the trail but felt that any day now he might ac coutre himself out as a modern Nimrod for he concluded the game is choice and though the chase be long he feels as if he might have good enough wind to be in at the death Miss Mary Lampton enlightened the class informing them that the chase was enjoyed by the game quite as much as by the hunter and claimed that only after all hope of a chase had been abandoned then it was time to consider hunting the hunter Dawson said that his girl might seem beautiful to him and yet be very homely to the eyes of Handyor Will Wat ers for that matter It seems from Will Waters evidence 7 5 certain language this anonymous let ter writer and are very anxious that he be captured and severely punished There is no more certain way to de stroy the influence of this great than by anonymous pOWiand IT WHETHER THIS IS FRIEND OR FOE AN EFFORT MUST BE MADE TO CAP TURE HIM tHe is a dangerous individual f By his dastardly work the progress of the Burley Growers organization be retarded fay g can not afford to sit idly by and permit this brazen fool to dampen the krdor of the lawabiding citizehs who are members of this tobacco movement AgentstoIt is very necessary to remove him far away from us the success of the or ganization may depend upon his cap tureIt may be that this letterwriter is an fgnoram Us he ny not know that andocthat within the next fortyeight hours GovernS4not ilp fSf1iiathe ptured it is an igMiy matter to trace a letter to its sender And let the guilty remember that a United States Court will show him no mercy We would not be surprised to hear of the capture of this individual within the next few days And a long term in a United States prison would cer tainly be given him High School Notes Ion the subject that it is thoughts of this chase that sustains him during his weary hours at the Postoffice The crowning event of the program was the analogy Dick Barbar drew be tween the fair sex and the fox who thoroughly enjoy the cbasflAnd girls around here he concluded are get ting mighty foxy Prof Thompson and John Claybrooke spent Saturday land Sunday with relatives in Bloomfield All hands are to thewheel now to a of 22ndtof illness i John Claybrooke who is batching it at home in the absence of hs par ents and sisters has been considerably put to it during the last week All the girls in the High School depart ment and a considerable number from the eighth gradeare anxious to supply the deficiency John has spent the last four nights pacing the floor and muttering over and over Which shall it be Which shall it be We are even now awaiting the decision Miss Lizzie Waters took charge of the music classes in the school last week Brakeman Killed t Last Week Chris Liebel a brakeman on the freight train running between here wild Louisville was killed at Bardstown Junction Mr Liebel met with his accident at about six oclock in the evening while the train was on itslway to Louisville From the in S LT x Afternoon s f x = tr n in of to of in e y t v r at up ait Y in a EC or u at s of i ij 9 j THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1907 HYPNOTIZED A PREACHER And She Is Unable 1 to Awaken tSubject In Serious Con dition c L r Lexington Ky Jan 9 The Rev R R Booker of Scdttsville a stu dent of the Bible College of Kentucky University was d last by Miss Ray McGarveyldaughter of the Rev J W McGarvey president of the college and for sev rat hours it was feared that the res ltof the jest ing effort of the young woman to display her powers would result seriously as the subject could not be awakened He did not recover full Consciousness until this evening and tonight was still confined to his bed from the ner vous shock At a candypulling gWen by the Christian Endeavor Society of the Broadway Christian church something was said of the powers of Miss McGar vey as a hypnotist Mrl Booker ex pressed his ism on the subject a arida handsome young woman about twentyfive years oldaagreed to try her hand on the young preacher She str ked his brow and eyelids in the regulation hypno ltistlsway and soon Mr Booker remarked that he felt sleeDY and finally Closed his eyes in sound slumber The people were much amused but soon by snappingher fingers and other methods the fair hypnotist was unable to arouse him The merry company was thrown into a panic Mr Booker was at length aroused sufficiently to be taken home by his companions who watched by his bedside until this morning when for the first time he realized what he had gong through Although he is still nervous and upset no serious results are now expected i Miss McGarvey has a local reputation as a hypnotist She learned the art from Miss Edna Bellue a teacher at Madison Female Institute atRichmond Ky where Miss McGarve was a pu McGaryeyhypnotized upforThe Charming Woman is not ecessariry one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightli ness of step and action that accompany good health A physically weak wo man is never attractive not even to herself Electric bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful com HaydonDroggist HEARS OF HIS OWN DEATH Man i Restored to Life Has a Grew v fsomc Experience In Court New York Brought bacjc lo life rifterhisl heart had ceased beating for typ hours Edward IcEilroon of- Yonkers stood in the police court the outer day a hale and hearty man and listened as a doctor told how he had been revived after preparations had been made to take his body to the morgue f In a street rxm teyen Veeks ago McElroon was struct on th head with s wrench sustaining a compound frac ture of the skull While the doctors were operating on him McEIroons heart stopped beating There was no tape of respiration and his extrem flies began to grow cold The doctors pronounced him dead and called an orderly to remove the body A nurse passing the body noticed a slight vibration of the muscles of the legs She called attention to it As the physicians gathered a tremor of the chest muscles was detected De spite these evidences of life there was apparently not the slightest movement of the heart As a last test the doctors opened an artery applied a salt solution and tried artificial respiration In two hours McElroons heart was beating feebly and his lungs began to work Doctors and nurses worked constant ly over him for two days and he was finally brought to consciousness McElroon appeared in court to test fy against Ms assailant r Chamberlainsi Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CUBES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough ThUtemodjrU famous for ltabnree over = CSTil1zec1 world It can CII It oonMina no opium or other harmful drug and maT be Ii n confidently to a baby M to an adult i ride 26 cts Large Size 6O eta i iOJ OygBOOg M FARM j r putsIIItS the cow not the breed that when flgurijnjg the profit Sheep prices keep ubGood profit In them Get a fate Feed the sheep In uood troughs Tile ground Is a poor feeding place It pays to cook the food for the swine The man whodbesnt know his hens Is on the easy rOad to failure and loss Poultry shows are good schools for those who are not hidebound by pre- Judice and pet hotlbhs Good feeding as well as good breed Ing is essential in producing the su perior animal Your farm is entirely wha you make It By your methods you can run it up or down- Experiments with sulphate of iron show that it has value as a weed de stroyer i Pumpkins make good hog feed If cooked and mixed with cornmeal and shorts or any other meal An occaslonaldrinkof milk Is relished by the hens and it Is a help in egg production The chemical value of peas for fer brtngtotThe well conducted poultry show will cater to the farmer and try to make him an interested visitor Mark the pullets with a belt punch In the web between two toes Mark all alike and you can tell their age at a glance The farmer who Iras never learned the lesson Qf stlcktoltiveness In over coming obstacles will never cut very much of a furrow in farthing Warm food Is enjoyedby the hogs in winter and dont forget that the more food is enjoyed by the animals the more dlgestibleit is Dont talk about that waste piece of land Find out how to treat It what to do with it and make it work for you i The oldest agricultural college In the country is said to be the Michigan Agricultural college which is L 48 years old A new apple picking record has been established by William Vine of Greece N Y who picked 63 barrels In one day A half hour spent In quiet observa tion in the poultry house will tell you more about your hens than you can learn in any other way Shivers are expensive blankets for the farmer to use for his stock Es pecially is this true of the growing animals Cow peas and crimson clover are sure improvers of the soil Try them on that piece opoor land and with the addition of a little fertilizer you will be able to raise corn The frost strikes deep Jna well drained soil and the farmer knows what that means In pulverizing the soil and peiyiarlng tIt for next sea sons crops ha s continue you to 1Treasuref wood a goodas a A successful strawberry grower says he has quit using fertilizer on strawbwrles grown for plants but he Igets his plants out as early as pos sible and gives them a top dressing of stable manure The farm house bath roomt Why not Part of the store room off the kitchen can easily be partitioned off and fitted up And the heat of a small oil stove will make it com fotrable for bathing oundSthorn to call his chickens When he got them well trained an automobile tooted Its horii In passing and his chickens started after the machine and 14 hens and two roosters ran themselves to death Another score against the auto Lt rr t COURTDAY t In HarrodsbUrg Without the Sa loon Was a Revelation Business Men De lighted Those vho the closing of the saloons arguedjthat would kill business their error of judgment with an astonishing report MonI day one of the tie county court days from a standpoint on record says the Herald Chief of PoliceISmlth says that in the 28 years served the town in an official capacity he never knew a cleaner courtday The crowd was immense and everybody looked clean happy and contented and when the proper time came everybody departed for home sober Many had put their whisky money into something that would do the family some good The usual sight of a number of drunkeu men on the streets was missing and the night was the quietest courtday night we have ever known for those who usually remained to carouse had gone home sober to their wife and babies Another noti able feature was the absence of a whole drove of poor unfortunates being pulled up next morning before the police court to be consigned to jail or to the rock pile Saturday night a lady might walk on the pavement instead of having to take to the pike to avoid the crowds of drunken loafers A well known farmer who came in Monday morning tells us that he witnessed an unusual sight It was ten ablebodied darkies going out to work He was so astonished that he stopped to ask them what it meant and one of them replied Boss the fires out in Harrodsburg and we thought we would go and do a good days work instead of hugging a stove ina saloon all day and go home hungry at night A Clean Town Harrodsburg Kyjan 14 1907 Editor of The SunFind enclosed one dollar to pay my subscription for the Sun Well we have had a cleaning up of our town of the saloons and I now con sider it one of the best small cities in the country We have meat shops barber shops and restaurants where the saloons were and we dont see crowds of loafers around the doors 1 invite my many friends of Washington county to call and see me I am proud that I can invite them to a clean town Yours respectfully U G SCROGHAM The Grip Before we can sympathize with others we must have suffered oursel ves No one can realize the suffering attendant upon an attack ot the grip unless has had the actual experiences r There is no disease causes so muchphjsic l and mental agony or which so successfully defies griphowever CoughRemedywho have used this remedy not one case has ever been reported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Effort to Exterminate Shanks The Bengal government pays a reward for sharks caught In the Ganges This varies from 25 cents for small sharks to 150 for those six feet long = w WITH THE POETS At fhe Top of the Road But lord she said my shoulders still are strong I have been used to boar the load so lOng And see the hill Is passed and smooth the road Yet said the stranger yield me now thy loadCGently he took It from her and she stood Straight limbed and lithe in now found maidenhood r Amid long sunlit fields around them sprang A tender breeze and birds and rivers sunk My lord she said the land very fair IrSmiling he answered Was It not so here There In her voice a wondering layi s horn then as to day He turned to her with strange deep eyes aflame Knowest thou not this klngdomf hor my name tL Nay stand she repliedibut this I +der That thou are Lord of Life in this dear land Yea child ho murmured scarce above his broach Lord of the Land but men have named me Death Charles B Going in the Independent- A Ballad of Past Meridian Last night returning from my twilight walk I met the gray mist Death whose eye less brow Was bent on me and from his hand of chalk He reached me flowers as from a withered bough O Death what bitter nosegays glvest thou Death said I gather and pursued his ways Another stood by me a shape In stone Swordhacked and Ironstained with breasts of clay And metal veins that sometimes fiery shone O Life how naked and how hard when known Life aid As thou hast carved me such am I Then memory like the nlghtjan on the pine And sightless hope a woodark in night sky- Joined notes of Death and Life till nights decline O Death 0 Life those inwound notes are mine George Meredith A Rose Song A little bud vyas f Upon the vne alone I felt the breeze go by Across the garden blown And once as morning came A poet called mnameA scrap of winged sky Sang Rose be thou mine own This merry heart of mine With sudden rapture stirred I danced upon the vine Until the sun Was blurred And dancing in the dew A crimson rose I grew O take me Jove fore thine I told my poet bird Dear lady on whoses breast It 1st my bliss to be Another Roses guest Loves lesson learn of me- Unto your happy heart One kiss will set it free Frank Dempster Sherman In N Y Sun Loves Grave Mark where the pressing wind shoots Ravelinlike Its skeleton shadow on the broadbackd wave Here ta a fitting spot to dig Loves grave Here where the ponderous breakers plunge and strike And dart their hissing tongues high up the sand In hearing of the ocean and in sight Of those rlbbd windstreaks running Into white If I the death f Love had deeply plannd I never could have made It half so sure As by the unblest kisses which upbraid The full waked sense or falling that degrade Tls morning but no morning can re store What we have forfeited I see no sin The wrong Is mlxd In tragic life God wot No villain need be Passions spin the plot We are botrayd by what is false within George Meredith Lakes Ovenlowers No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 here tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre No 63A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobaccouated in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre pikeclosenew stock barn Price 40 per acre No 57163 acres 3 milesNorthof Mackville on Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco ba n 76 acres fM tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre B Da- LAKEftlal Y EstatlAClnt id Ky The Sun and- Louisville Daily Herald impartThe 2OOl 11 11811 11 811 11 IS D LAKES I BARGAINS IN REALq ESTATE goodbarn15 per acre t No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwelling good tobacco barn ptenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No 4T255 acres three good barnS two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber INoash hickorrgo od dwelling and barns wellwatered onelalf from 15 and church Good tobacco land No7 175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced I whole farm tobacco land SS m niles from town No 8128 acres two mies frcin Springfield plenty timberall necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and arn Price 20 per acre No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses pne barn that will hold ten acres of tobaccowell fenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres gcod timber lenty good tobacco land good orchard good large dwelling make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16 196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springileld one good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from t one mile from school and church good stock barn Alloutbuddingsm acres bottom- landS rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two 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 small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 i J No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield dwelling two goqd 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 in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School J miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 52135 acres 5 rpom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good t stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass j 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from pike Onethird of purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 24 per acre JfromSpringfieldNo 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn r 50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field all J 4 year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings J one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty offtobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 t No 2770k acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8acres of bottom land Price 1800 r No 28160 acres 31 miles from Springfield on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 3Q per acre easy payments No 30 115i acres 3J miles from Springfield on room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar underhouse fine land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price25 No 3275 acres 31 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike oi good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price S 50Ai4o 33231 acres in Nelson count on Stoner miles from Ba stown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room bnck dwelling fine sto smallrtba acres acres corn rest of farm in grass Brick tenant house gramery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre AH limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine Hand in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divider Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 39102 acres good four room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty ofi f water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7J miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per flacre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 4226 acres 4 room dwelling small stable 2 wells and pool well fenced some timber2 miles from pike good road Price 780 No 44Nice home Springfield lot 70x350 feet stable coal house good garden plenty of shade in yard water in house and yard all sewer connections Will selli cheap No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 2250 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of tobaccolandSpringfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre BI Dt Lake Springfield S41 + 4411S1SISSISISSISSS4 r7 r 4r- t uti y l irHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1907 1Lo 1 Ft The Sun and I- Xij Herald 2i+1ft + + The SunS t t fJ J Land t WJ Jt r ltr i r Weekly t iI + h Courier JournalnO h JJ + Tj 150S Ib a GIVENISI + + + + + + +++ Just Be Careful Louisville Herald The first half of winter if so this remarkably mild sea son may be termed is over The more isevere and trying half is before us y are prpverbally unhealthful The old saying that a green Christmas makes a fat churchyard has neyer been successfully contradicted The frostless humid and generally un seasonably warm weather of this win ter has led to much sickness and suffer ing Many ualuable lives have been lost The unusual mildness of the sea son has taken people off their guard Severe colds and coughs are very com J mon La grippe which has prostrate- thousands in Greater New York is spreading all over the country The next few weeks promise to be trying especially on the weak the delicate and the aged Not even the strongare exempt from danger Mod eration and system in living ever valuable are especially so now Every care should be taken against sudden changes ot temperature No brief period of mild weather should beget wantondis regard of prudence Children shoul be in such a winter specially looked after Deprived of the ourdoor pleasures of more severe winters skating sledding and snowballing they may stay too much indoors or frequent moist and marshy places exposing themselves to wet feet sore ihroats and even pneumonia The food supply of every home should be vigilantly attended to Meat and ppultry taints are more frequent in frostless than in the opposite sort of weather Fruits do not keep as well and milk often suffers seriously in value Care should then be the motto Apply it should to home school and church ventilation In heavy weather fresh air avery distinctive and we come helper The heating of buildings is also important Good sense regular ity and order in Jiving will as surely keep out disease as those valuable agencies bar off moral obliqy uft A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Chamberlains Cough is Remedy aMrserintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica India Islands she has for some used Chambert lains Cough Remedy for coughs croup and whooping cough and Has very She has implicit confi dence in it and would not be without a bottle of it in her home Sold by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grasse Troubled Evening Post Pain from an old in jury in the face rendered Luther SnYeder a farmer of Tatham Springs heIup pite his statement as to the cause of his action Snyder was fined and given a jail sentence in the City Court to day on the charge of carrying a cont SnyderdWashington county and numerous friends are interceding with a view of securing his release Snyder came to tmscity Thursday afternoon and disposed offa large quantity of tqbacco for several hundred dol lars A few drinks as he admits caifsed his affliction to return and he started out on his wild career at Seventh add Green streets As fast as hei could fill the chambprs Snyder dis charged his revolver at random fo several squares and had the denizens of the Redhght in a stage of terror un til Patrolmen Pulfotd and Sage crept up behind Snyder and effected his cap ture Snyder had several hundred dollars in his pockets when arrested Subscribe for The Sun J100 year TAKEYOUR CLOTHES To Georgg Bi Taylor and have them Cleaned Pressed and Repaired Come to See Me I am prepared to do all kinds of repairing Have added a harness re pair shop to my business My Repair shop is now located in the large Main Street recent ly occupied roomCaron ender Meat Market Geo B 1aylor diJ itL heun W fit and 1 + Jw Weekly t Herald 125 ifit t + + + + West Babys Hand and Divorce Louisville Herald The most power ful influence on earth against divorce babys hated See itsmall and phy siS lyof small power but wielding an descended from above See the tiny fingers grasp at mothers bosom and at fathers face Notice smile on babys face Glad it is because with those it loves That smile makes the stars sing and the hills is dance Babys fingers No chain of A steel wrought by finest mechanism their strength When shadows it come between its parents the little hand and the heavenly smile dispel them all Is baby awake Everybody in the household pays it homage Its lan is not in any dictionary yet understands it Protest it does in every chirp and in every coo against divorce Talk of legislation no against divorce Congresses of men and women may assemble to discuss in the subject but the real power behind throne is babys little hand See baby asleep Is it not a vision for angels The little hands folded over heaving bosom the eyes closedI and the brow restful A pictur for the angels themselves to honor A smile sometimes in the dream of babyhood What a smile The dear little one thinks of father or mother and its spirit prays for bothcThe Lord has hung the stars as l mpsJ in the heaven He has divided the dry land from the seas But nothing more lovable n thing more worshipful Whererbabies are div rce is not so frequent When divorce takes place with babies present the fa t is that babies are not prized But p zed they should be or the world spite Dangers of a Cold and How to td ThemJ JvMore fatalities have their origin in I or anyrother cause This fact alone should make more carefu as there is whenImost prompt ond effectual medicine in use for this disease It acts on natures plan loosens the cough relieves the lungs the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthful condition Sold by every re liabVdealer in the Blue Grass Promotion For Mills Owensboro Ky William Bogle join- freight agent for the Louisville Hen derson and St Louis and the Louis yule and Nashville here has resigned He will be succeeded by W L Mills General Agent of the L H and St L 900 Acres Obtained Sharpsburg Ky Agents for the American society of equity are making a canvass of Bath county In an endeavor to secure an additional num ber of acres of tobacco for the proposed pool Aver 900 cares have al ready been obtained Feud Leader Killed Sergent KyIn a saloon fight on Tipper Beaver creek on the Knott county border Lenville Hall aged 42 a member of the Halls In the Hall Jones feud of several years standing shot and killed Thomas Jones 36 The Sun 1 CANARY As the Canary letter has been absent from The Sun for a few weeks we will give our readersa few items o the past We are having lots of rain and the dirt roads are almost past traveling Ritta arker of Fenwick spent las week with Oscar Bottom and wife We are glad to say that the farmer going tQ be successful this time Th S of E is the thing Dont wai till tomorrow to pool your tobacco do today as the time will soon be out George Cocanougher is on the sick list this week r Mrs Thad Anderson is no better at this wilting R C Canary Edd Hudelston and Miss Mattie Taylor are visiting relatives in Louisville this week We are sorry to report A Canary better Rumor says we will have a wedding our community soon Guess Burglar Shot Two Men Mamaroneck N Y Jan14 Patrick Connolly 60 years old highway commissioner of Mamaroneck and his son 1n law Clarence Hllleck were shot by two burglars who attempted to break into their home In Palmer avenue One of thdJwliets pierced Conno lys lungs and he Is In a precarious condition The younger man will over e as the bullet struck a rib and glanced off- Stricken with remorse after they shot Connolly the burglars carried him Into the house and put him on the floor after which they ran toward Larchmont and the police of Westches ler county are now searching for them lIt CostsI 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 you should know it now and save serious consequences If you have breath fluttering palpitation hungry spells hot if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smother hearttin side and arms your 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 yeni ago I wrote to the Miles Medical asking advice as I Vas suffering with heart trouble and had been for two years I had pain in my heart back and left side and had not been able to draw a deep breath for two Any little exertion would cause palpitation and I Could not lie on my left without suffering They advised me to try Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervlne which I did with the result that I am in better health than I ever was before having gained 14 pounds since I com menced taking it I took about thin teen bottles of the two medicines havent been bothered with m heart slate MRS LILLIE THOMAS Upper Sandusky Ohio Dr Mlles Heart Cure Ip sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit It It fails he will refund your money rues Medical Co ElliliartInd Important Opinion Kentucky Standard The Court of Appeals recently dismissed theappeal- in the smallpox case of the Cty of Bardstown against Nelson county and on motion of the City of Bardstown awarded damages against the county on the judgment By a later decision the Court withdrew the opinion andover ruled the plaintiffs motion awarding damages against the county The opin1 ion is an important one as it Involves- Xhe question of damages upon costs which was principally in issue in this t case for plaintiff R C Cher ry and George S and John A Fulton for the county Nat W Halstead and F E Daugherty The Little Japs The problematical discussions of a yellow peril seem to Percy Alden writing In the Westminster Gazette to fade Into Insignificance by the side of the still more Important question of the effect of Japans Industrial revo lution upon the Japanese themselves The truth of the matter Is that in her desire to adopt European ways and methods Japan has lost sight of the fact that It Is onlthrough great trIbulation that England and Europe have overcome the worst evils of the Industrial revolution She herself has blindly followed In the footsteps of the west and regardless of the conse quences has handed over her working classes to the tender mercies of an employer who whatever good qualities he may possess does not attach any great value to human life In stead of taking warning by the mistakes of Europe during the latter half of the last century shq has created In her factories and her industrial system those same evil conditions which we have been striving to eliminate for over a generation Not only is the change In indus try great but the change in the char acter of the people Is equally great The growth of the factory system i nbeJapan often means Indentured labor especially as regards the employment of women and children This injt self Is an evil Is perhaps a greater source of mischief because it results In the destruction of the health and thte en are Induced by all sorts of fair promises to leave the country for the town- t Allured by the thought of high wages with the possibilities afforded by the holidays and flower festivals of the town attracted also as many Palste ey e paddy fields and the farm and flock to the large centers of population The result Is that the field full of folk is rapidly becoming to be a thing o the past and physical deterioration setting In This deterioration Is accompanied by a change In the chaise ter of the people Owing to the stress of competition io the long hours of labor lack of opportunities for recre ation and amusement the Japanese e worker Is losing his lighthearted ness his kindliness of nature his artistic sense and polite manners The employ r and the capitalist are piling up wealth the laborer arid es peclally the female laborer is work ing for a bare subsistence and 1s losing health and strength and all the old bright aqd happy characteristics While wages have Increased on the average 40 per cent the cost of food has increased 64 per cent and rent is Increasingly high especially In the large towns like Toklo Osaka an Kobe This will account for the fat that the number of those on or below the poverty line Is Increasing and th number of electors decreasing Those who are entitled to the franchise pa at least 15 yen about 750 In taxes On several occasions hay been brought before the Japanese par liament but these bills of the mild est description have failed to pass Into law 4 The Old Jay Wiry quick and energetic envelope- in an old line duster a littleman war Ing a slouch hat crowded his way through the throng In the rotundaof the Tampa Bay hotel when the war expedi tion to Cuba w sIn preparation Nobody seemed to know this quaint looking lit tle old man and he was given scant attention On he sun blistered side of the hotel where the thermometer stood atwill110 h was given a room When he entered the diningroom the head waiter passed the old jay to the last table w ere of little consequence were assembled But Maj Gin Wheeler for this Is w hoera the old jay jwa didnt mind all this a bit He smiledatthe flower laden tables reserved for staff and held off tern and sht ved in his simple order of dinner witp a lusty appetite Afterward when eo1d Jay ap peared In a ajor generals uniform immensely appreciated the astonis- meat deplete on the face of one who had Jocosely accosted him as Rube on the day b fore- LongLrve The King is the poPula cry throughout Europe sa ri countries while in America of the present is Long live Dr New Discoyery Xing of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Jul Ryder Paine Truto Mass says never fails to give immediate relief and to quickly cur a cough or cold Mrs is shared by a majority of the inhabitants of this counts New Discove cures weak lungs a sore throats fter all other remedi have failed ahd for u hs and col itS the only s re cure Guaranteed C J Hay on Druggist 60c d100 Trial bottle feet t t SYCAMORE VALLEY f this Mrs James u1teri quite j 1i rt J D Sutherlandand C M Hmesatt- ended the sale jof Oder JHanes at Booker Saturday Mrs J S Inman has gone to Illinois if to spend a month with her sist rtMrs Oscar Pats Mrs C M Hines and daughfer Miss Agness have been visiting friends at Litsey the past week spendingtweekwith Glens Creek Mr C M Hines spent SaturdajJ night with Mr and Mrs 3 D Sutherland Misses Inman spent Sunday with Misses Montgomery J D Sutherland and B H Mcllvoy sold to J H Settles some hogsjranging from 160 to 300 pounds at 6 c ser pound Lessie Shewmaker has nto Illi nois to make his home Mr and Mrs Otis Harmon have moved to their place recently purchased of C M Hines We gladly welcome Mr arid Mrs Harmon in our midst Mr and Mrs Davfe Crow have moved to their new home below Bloomfield J D Sutherland has delivered his crop of tobacco at cents per pound Mr and Mrs E fSails and son Rodman spent last Sunday at Litsey Mrs John Armstrong arid daughter Myrtle spent Sunday with Mrs Jv S Thomas i Mr and Mrs M C Keeling and lit tie daughter Lillie oneinight V last week with the frmers sisterj Mrs Alonza HahnI t Mrs Julia Armstrong spent iseveral days last week with the family oil Mr John Armstrong Mr John Settles spent onenighVlast week with Mr and Mrs T W Slither land ij RevJ S Sims and Rev Dawn will at the Hillsboro church next Siiriday to begin a series of meetings Sam Crook Jr is visiting his aunt Mrs Fitzgerald near Springfield ITheschool at this place has closed Miss Maud Inman spent last W eels with Mrs T W Sutherland Mr Joe Moore and mother spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Ed Settles Albert Hines and IJlmiJYSpept Friday night with his parents Jame Settles spentjSunday7 rVOY Mr T Cook was iii our vicinity re cently on business FENWKK r iMiss Addie Warren of Perryvillels visiting her sister Mrs Melvin Gillis 0pie Miss Anna Kelley spent lash leek With Her brother Mr Will Kelley of Springfield Mrs W F Logsdon spent the first of the week with her sister Mrs G W Burnice Fenwick and Hattie Nally of Bards toWn arevisiting friends and relatives here Miss Mattie Begley was the guest of Mrs Ella Montgomery last week r Miss Lettie Shewrpaker and motjier visited her sister Mrs Will NallW last weekI if Miss Ella Adams has returned home from Kewanee Illr oftaMrs WG Adams ikon the sick list John Hall and wife visited Mrs Roney Sunda last t 9ttteC Begley Miss Jennie Logsdon of simstJri was here last weekI j t Quite a number of our girls and ib6ys attended the hop givenby Mr andjMrs G W Fenwick Friday night All rer dportn nice time I f Robert Shewmaker r and family spent Sunday with the family of JOhns ie maker LOCUST GROVE r AAfter an absence of iseveral weeks ttry to jot down a few items t Mr and Mrs J S Leachman have returned from a visit to relativesat Fairfield Miss Francis Litsey is spendingIsey weeks at Lebanon 1 Mr and Mrs Ed Birch were calleWff Boston last week by the death of Theiji cousin Charley BelL i Mrs Emma Baker spent several flay a last week with her sister Mrs Kate Moran at Litsey t 4 ii hMiss Sue Reed has retameofttdml af a asant visit with the Miss cs Edgerton Mrs Mattie Dragoo spent Friday with Mrs A Litsey Rey G W Lyon of Springfield was the guest pi Mr and Mrs WilUMerrclti Friday V sMrs James Claybrooke of Spring field Js spending the week with r LltseyIt nt of John Leachinafl Sunday Mrs Merritt Seay is visiting ihar YdmotherJb Perkins p Lenchman Who has been abinbSubicribe lot TW Sun JLOO year w y J 4i l j 7 4 4i iI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY J NUARY 161907 SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Springfieldlyas seCondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION tTLOolllzMonthsThree Months 25 t changeda1wayaa youitTILE FARMERS WIFE f Newspapers are printing columns of news and editorials ever day about the farmer and his tobacco crop his corn crop and his wheat crop The mule market and the hog market and the cattle market and the wool market are being earnestly dis cussed We are trying to shove them up a notch we are endeav oring to better the condition of the farmer byj increasing the prices of these things AndIts a duty and pleasure to be thus engaged When the farmer is prosperous the country is pros perous but when the farmer is Hardrun busineSs becomes stag jiated financial banics result and the Great Black Cloud of Failure hovers over every community What a big tool the business man is who refuses or neplects to assist the farmer in his efforts to build up and strengthen the mar ket for his products But while we are discussing t ways and means of putting the t business affairs of the farmer up on a sound and equitable basis let jus NOT FORGET the Farm ers Wifethat power behind the throne that hidden hand which frequently cancels the mortgage and meets the note Let us not forget her She who gathers in the halfdrowned chicks and drys them out by the kitchen stove she who watches the puny pigs treats em with tonics of butter milk and blue stone tea brings em out of the kinks puts that healthy grunt and squeal into emand sees them tip the beam in the fall of the year at 306 or 400 pounds and finally sold at a goodround price LET US NOT FORGET HER She is important She is the mainspring that keeps all hands amovin1 She furnishes the extras with Tier butter andeggmoney and when her turkeys are disposed of she buys the adjinhV fiel The farmers wife shes a her oine A kind and generous and loving little woman She goes bravely on in lifes wild conflict overcoming obstacles and meeting the shadows with a smile She is strong of heart and mindand body Her tonic is Gods pure air and wholesome sunlight and tier soul is refreshed by Natures Song from the hills where the rivulets hide neath roofs ofvines and ripple a song as they flow along She cares naught for af noon teas and color schemes of green and yellow and stringers In harmony with candelabras scattered about But occasionally she gives a big dinner to her friends and its always a dav long to be remembered She wants no profusion of jewelry just that plain gold bandthe wedding ring is enough of the trinketshop ware to satisfy hen Tier time is spent in trying to improve conditions around her Jn spending an occasional after noon vith a neighbor when old times are discussedthat sort of a discussion that leads the JM through fields of clover booms and wild roses and mead ows green and halts one upon those pretty swards where the children of forty years ago are again at play and those old songs Nellie GrayuSwanee Riv erollieDarlin andmany others are again being sung giv ing the soul a torchlight for every shadow And the farmers Wife goes home With a light heart Afternoons spe t with old friends discussing old times put music in her heart and she hums a tune and thee old world needs tunes and the goodLord wants more singinghere below Lets help the farmers wife Lets help her to make the turkey market better When we are through with the tobacco issue when we see our efforts com pletely crowned with success lets help itie ifarmers wife to pool her turkey crop And when she sells these mon archs of the barnyard just before next Thanksgiving day she may realise enough of the coin of the realm to buy the field adjinin inVyour next Christmas- Shies a great woman And a good woman God bless her t i A COUNTRY EDITOR Prominent among the most mdsefable creatures upon this earth is the editor of the little country JeklYwho tries to please all peopl He is everlastingly- in hot water His condition is always critical He finds himselfa continually jumping from the frying pan int6the fire and from the fire into th frying panshifting as it were t from a pinch to a stunwhen hei sometimes succeeds in II extricating himself from these mental infernosand hard pinchers and quick punchers he usually discovers that he is between the devil and deep blue sea and verily he is in a more miserable state than a fellow with the itch and a Waterbury watch Long ago we perished the desire to try to please everybody and since that time we haye found country journalism wholesome rather fascinating thank you Of course people get mad Some times they snuffle Sometimes they rant and rear up and cut arid astounding capers- OccasionaItya little 2x4 boycott is formed which starts in with a whoop and ends with a whimper But for many years we have been hewing to a line following a course mapped out by a clear conscience and consequently we have pursued the even tenor of 4pur way beholding a beacon in jItssary for a newspaper to make a few enemis occasion Ity Thats the only way it has- of keepingatslist of fof fnends- wIthin the bounds of safety The editor of thel little home paper who shapes the policies of his paper in a way which he honestly believes will do the greatest good to the greatest num ber will make somebody mad and they may endeavor through the nefariQus agency of the bov cptt to put him down and out but praise God the good true friends he jigs stand like a legion of courageous soldiers and hurl defiance at that insignificantband of boycotting snigglefritzes until they beholding their likenesses in tie mud holes they have made With their own hands proclaim unto themselves U We very much resemble thirty cents in plugged nickels lets behave ourselves The editor of the country week ly not infequently receives a pinch but ir he has been hewing to the nine 1f he has been trying to do the greatest good to the greatest number he always finds a good friend anxious to balm his lascerated soul And that is like the bursting of a great flaming light where the gloom hangs heavy y KATY IRYANT We have all doubtless ere this read the storv of ofiKaty Bryant Her home was at Buffalo Ky in LaRue cOunty She was the only daughter of William Brvant an littledovillage and was loved and ad mired by a large circle of friends Her mothet died when she was a child and she had been reared by the father to young womanhood She was his only child his only hope in life his only comfort A week ago a beautiful young woman was found in a dying con dition in the ffice of Dr Murphy a woman hysician of Louisville After icr death it was found that a criminal operation had been performed As the days passed by the identity of the unfortunate girl remained a mystery A clew was found then another anda other and on last Friday it was nnounced trough the public pres that the body ot the poor girlvas that of Katy Bryant whose home was at Buf falo Ky And the PathrKaty was all the world t6 hmmust be told of the terrible tragedy Oh the horror of it HORRORthat Fanged Monster which tear through the spul as quickas thought and tIe ves its furrowo Miseryhas ro ted itself deep in to the being ofhislloving parent and not till a acious God seals his eyelids in eternal repose will he be free from the heartach s and the Awfulness of Exist ence All that he possessed in lifei goneThose inera icable shadows which come upon black wings hover over the hreshhold of his cottage home The curlyhead child he Claspe to his bosom when its mothei died has gone awayaway though the aven ues of Tragic Death In the quiet hours of the night William Bryant will hear the heartrending cries of his Ii tie girl he will hear her call for mamma and during the day he will see the little tearstain d face of his motherless childs she embraces the old rag doll that mamma made and then Fe will see her in young womanho d the misstress of his humble home he will see her struggling with death away from home and friends and he will see her die and then from the depths ofa broken heart William Bry ant will toPhasten the day when hehimself shall appear before the Great High Courts And not until then will this miserable man find peace Katy Bryant was a good girl- a worker in the little church at home she loved and tried to obey the teachings of her Master but Katy Bryant sinnedit is hu man to sin human ito stray from these narrow paths here below Katy Bryant sinned and oh the terrible penalty she paid But we believe that a Kind and Lov ing and torearth His messengers and that they upon Wings of Love bore the soul of Katy Bryant to a heavenly home And all is well with this poor tButhe hd- urthe who man in the casethe murdererthe destroyer of Wm Bryantsshomathe fugitive from justice he will see the dawning- of a day in a flame ofredand will behold his FateTerrible Monsterin the depths of a yawn ing hell Not alone must he answer to the laws of the land but he must give an account of this tragedy before the Courts of an outraged GodAnd in that Great Tribunal an eternity Katy Bryant will be the accuser i LONG RUN Messrs W B Hatchett and Nally organized an A K of E oyer on Deep Creek last Wednesday night Our old friend and teacher Mr S D Campbell began a subscription school last Monday at the Deep Creek school house Mr Campbell is one ot our best teachers We regret very much to hear that our young friend Miss Ora Matherly daughter of Mr John Matherly is very ill of typhoid fever There has been so much changing around of late that we have become confused and disorganized d feel that we would like to move too Some of our old neighbors have gone into other neighborhoods and others have gone to that land from whence no traveler eyer returns These changes remind us that this is not our abiding place that our stay is but transcient We pitch our tents for a while and then move onrfWe fee the need of a turnpike up Long Run and we expect the county to help us build it Then we can induce the editor of The Sun to take an an nual hunt up among the Lpng Run and Deep Creek hills where the rabbits are fat and the quails are plump and he need not bring his pockets full of rocks for John Cocanougher and John Goyle have agreed to furnish him pow derDid you ever think of the difficulties a correspondent to a county paper has to encounter He is ezpected to say a lot of good things about his neighbors and whether they are appreciated or not is left for him to guess He hunts up and brings together the news and happenings of his community And when he has done the very best he could and sent his letter in the worst is yet to come Editors must be very consignsa letter to the waste basket afterfpond en t hangs around the post office two or three hours before mail time waiting for his paper and when it does cqme he ofte i fipds his letter has been crowded out or so mutilated that he hardly know it Right then and there he has an puortunity to get angry i with the Editor and declare he will pasper but when he goes into the sanc tum sanatorium of the Editor to give him a general overhauling he meets his correspondent with such good grace and tells him how he appreciates his long newsy letters in fact his paper would be a failure without them the correspondent forgets to say anything about the wastebasket but goes home to tell his wife how the Editor appre ciates his efforts and sits down and writes him another letter Straight and to the Point An English postoffice official tells of the mother of a deceased depositor who claimed her sons money When asked whether the father was alive the responded briefly but very pointedly Father living but insignific ant Commissioners Sale WASHINGTON CIRCUIT COURT KY Julia A Buckner etc plaintiff vs George Henry Barlow etc defend ants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1906 in proceedtodoor in Springfield Ky on the 28th p1mdayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelvemonths the following described property towit Said land is situated in Washington county Ky on the Little Beech Fork not far from the town of Mooresville and bounded as follows and is in two tracts towit 1st tract commencing at two poplar trees on the old Toon line and corner to the Hollowway land thence N 24 W to the county road thence along the riddle road in a Northeasterly direction to a line of the aforesaid Barlow thence with line of same In a Southeasterly direc tion corner to an ash tree on the bank of the Little Beech and corner to the said Barlow land and thence the said Little Beech to three beech trees at the mouth of branch corner to the aforesaid Hollowway land thence uc said branch with a line of the Hollow way land S 80J W 9J poles thence S 521 W 17 poles to the beginning con taming 5 or 6 acres of land more or less 2nd tract on the waters of the Beech Fork being tire same conveyed- to hjm the said party gf the first part Peter G Barlow by the sheriff of Washington county by deed of this date containing by estimate 7 acres 2 roods and 13 poles Reference is here made to said deed for for a more articular description of said land said deedi- R recorded In the Washington count clerks office in deed book Z page 247 and dated September 1st 1868 The land will first be offeredsepa rately then the two tracts together and me land will be sold way it brings the most money For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved bearinglegalof a judgment Bidders will be pre pare promptly with these terms 14 G LEACHMAN M C W C C T I I 1 Felt Boots 4 1 We have a large stock of felt boots which we are now offering at very low prices If felt boots were ever neeeed they are needed nowand the manycwarm and dry if you would ward off colds and pneumonia Come in today and get a pair or billdrug ai ILap RobesU LaPRobesial prices Come to see usI- lt GrundyN I Mclntire lWILLISBURG A C Pinkston and family left last Monday for Dekalb Ill to make their future home Allen Ransdale and family have moved to Bohon Ky Dr S M Grume and wife have moved to Fox Greek where he will practice his profession We regret to lose Dr Grume as he is a fine physi clan Our town is going to have gasoline street lights We think they will have them ready for use inc abont two weeks G W Clark of this place is the prompter of the enterpnseI J W and W B Shirley were in Harrodsburg last week on business Rev J A Simms and W S Gibbs are on the sick list Tom roster of near here is very low with typhoidpneumonia and his re every is doubtful J H Karsmer r and wife of Monte rqy Ky haye taken rooms at the Wells hotel Mr Karsmer will learnt e banking business from Mr Smith- o r cashier The Maccabees intended giving an o ster supper here last Saturday but it was postponed on account of the in lement weather Irs Everitt Scruggs spent Saturday- ni ht with Mrs J T Prather Vliss Zelma Mcllyoyls s endinJt this w ek with her grandmother Mrs M ry McIlvoy of this place rank Ash and wife visited the lat tevs mother Sunday Mrs Phoebe Harlow spent Sunday wi h her sister Mrs Etta Cooksey All of the tobacco in this section has ofafewProfl J T Prather opened a sub seripti n school here last Monday with a good attendance Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled form the Springfield Post Office for week ending Jan 16 1907 Mrs Mattie Baker John G Cava- naugh Mrs Lela Edelen Wm Faulkner Harm Fields B P Hamilton HagdonBessie Lair Miss Lucy Leachman Mrs Bell Mifflin Dr E S Murphy 2 HenryPowellWhen calling for the above please say advertised and give date W A WATERS Postmaster Preserved Figs and Cream Cheese Take a package otfresh cream cheese and stir in enough thick cream to soften it pile it in the center of a plate and surround it with preserved whole figs and their juice The preserved figs are carried by al most arty fancy grocer and it is well to get the smallest ones on the market for this purpose Woman Cook Is Famous Mrs Rosa Lewis chief culinary artist of the Cavendish hotel London is believed to draw a larger salary than any other female cook in the world She is paid 15005 a year for her services and so widespread is her fame that graduates from her kitchen are always sure of good positions Place for a Good Book The very best place for a thoroughly good book is in your head and your heart It it is not worthy of being kept there it is of little importance where it is kept or howsoon you get rid of ItFrom Books and Reading in St Nicholas Goon Price for Old A portrait of King Charles dwarf by Dobson which at a sale In 1823 failed to realize more than = 3750 was sold by auction In London recently for 1260 Resolutions Whereas it has pleased the Great Teacher to call fromher studies here to the school on high our schoolmate and companion Dorothy McElroy Be it resolved That in tier death our school has lost one of its brightest pupils our society one of its most faithful members and we a much loved friend That we are deeply sensible of our loss and mourn her death 1f That while we grieve that we shafiu I clasp no more her loving hand nor hear Xagain her gentle voice we humbly submit to our affliction and pray for strength to say sincerely Thy will not ours be done In her life she taught us how to live nobly purely and unselfishly in her death how to die sustained by an unfaltering faith that lets us fear no evil though we pass andwhich r hearts linked in love know no partings and tears no more can fall That we extend our sympathy to her family in their grief and her friends in their bereavement That these resolutions be spread up on our records published in the beau papers and a copy sent to her family IDA McCLURE Pres By Win WATERS JR Sec rMartin Items Falcon The wedding of MissHayes Osborn and tfr Be rd Humkey solemnized at St Auf stines Catholic church Thursday morning Jan Wfi Mr Augustin Mattingly died afcm home in the Raywick neighborhood yesterday morning at 8 oiclock after six days iln s of pneumonia yesterdayforjoin the religious order of the Domini can Brotherhood Mr Edmonson has been a familiar figure in Lebanon forimany years having resided here his entire lifetime and he carries with him to his new home the best wishes of hundreds of friends SkirtsM r have a fewvSkirfe which 1 am closing out at very low prices i septoand the price will suife air Mrs Williams l t r1 4 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 161907 Miss Willie 4I KnottWill in the next few days move her millinery par lors from the room now occupied over the Peoples Bank to the Searcy Building on Main street next door to Leachmans Gents Furnishing store and opposite First National Bank This handsome 3 room is now being equipped and as announced v above will be occupied ina few days V F I desire to thank the ladies of the town and l county for their liberal patronage during the past ff f year and to assure them of my appreciation Our 4iy ing 1907 come to see me when you want millinery iv and I will make every effort to please you v Very Respectfully Y Miss Willie Knott All Hats Will be Sold at Cost II l tf4 Dr IRESIDENT Teeth Extracted With out failCROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs t Local News NotesI Cloaks at half price at the Robert sonClaybrooke Co NOTICEI want no passing through my farm No hunting will be allowed JNO RUSSELL FoR ENrTwo rooms second floor t Peoples Bank Building Heat water and light furnished FOR BliTA four room house out buildings and good garden Call on or address HITE CLEMENTS Rt 2 Springfield Ky AH parties indebted to McElroy Shultz will please call and settle thei accounts The books will be found a the old stand MCELROY SHULTZ Furs jait half price at the Robertson Clay brooke Co FARMS FOR SALEWrite W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and othe property for sale He has what you want LOST NOTEOn Christmas Eve I lost a note in Springfield Ed d Janes Will Janes and John Janes were securities to Compton Return note to me if found J B MuLLICAN STRAYEDAbout three weeks ago oldredstrayed on my place near the Hillsboroo church on Mayes creek Tips of horns are sawed off J iW SETTLES is the time to buy a cloak Half INow the RobertspnClaybrooke Co If you havetrunks household goods or other articles to be transfered you will save tie monev and worry by calling on tie Springfield Transfer Company It phone 22 fJ L ALLEN Prop WANTEDTt want to employ a good tobacco man with small family He will also be expected to do general farm work Apply to J T REED pd 2t Booker Ky FOR RENT Modern house eight rooms with bath and electric lights To rent as a whole or second floor with bath as a flat JOE S CLAYBROOKE FOUNDApair of tan kid gloves was found ab ut three weeks ago in front of Dr Lamptons residence Owner can have same by calling a this office and paying for this ad LOSTA huge pocketbook In pocketbook was a five dollar bill som small Ia note andchange some accounts Lost between Springfield and Luther Burns farm Return to Sun and receive rewardMRS BEN SIMPSON NOTICEA11 persons indebted to the totn sold and it is necessary to settle all accounts at once WELLS BROS OFFICE HOURS Dr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 a mi from 1 to 2 p m He can from now on be ound in his of hoursrOn Saturday afternoon Miss Ollie Cull and Mr C Cheatham were married by RevW H Williams vThe ceremony was performed in Mr Will isms room Southern iMethodist church ha IThe unfortunate lately in losing by death two of their best and greatest Bishpp J J Tigert and Bishop A LIme Smith T Northern Methodists have recently1oatBishop McCabe The j world is made poorer as such me pass on to their reward ++ T M PUBLIC SALE II THURSDAY JANUARY IT N1lirlnning at 10 OGlick a m DINNER ON THE ft r b On the premises 14 mile from Springfield we will t sell to the the following property Four good working horses 4 extra good 16 hands mare mules 12 head good steer calves 2 cows Jersey heifer hogs s of all kinds A lot of farming implementSof all kinds consisting of one twohqrsepower gasoline engine 1 No 11 Ohio cutting box 1 f t New Holland one 28 inch wood saw and belting and shaft Wing for same 4 twohorse wagons 1 onehorse wagon binder VK i hay rake riding and walking cultivators riding and walking freaking plows roller harrows one thirty inch Huber Separator with self seder and stacker attached Machine is in fi tclass condition only- been jf used one season in the county fodder 300 barrels Z t We cultivationIsituated onP t very desirable t anin high state of Terms Made Known on Day ror Further information call on or address r I ww E S MAYES W ww Jr orofSaleI Ir On next Sunday morning iRelv Williams will discuss The Profit of the Scriptures and atnight The Christ of Prophesy oia Acts1 is now being studied at the prayer meetings of the Springfield BIaPtilt church All are very cordially invited to attendIThe Board of Supervisors is still in session ortwoJThe Rey G W Lyon goes this week to assist Rev Jas A Lewis in a pro tracted meeting at Hartford Ky He will be gone oyer next Sunday There will be no preaching at the Methodist church BROOD Sows FORSALEl am put ting fresh blood in my herd of Durocs now and on that account will sell a few choice brood sows These sows are registered and safe with pigs by fromtMarch 20 to April 10 This is a chance you will rarely get to buy purebred and choice sows at the price of common 12emonths time on approved note bearing 6 per cent interest JE SHELBY Route 1 Springfield Ky FENWICK Mr Burr Begley is visiting his parents at this place r after a six years stay in California Miss Bernice Fenwick of Union county Bardstown nd Miss Hattie Nally of are visiting relatives at this place Miss Mattie Begley is visiting Mrs Ella Montgomery of Springfield- Mr Thad Anderson died at his home last Wednesday Jan 9 The burial took place at Springfield the following day He leaves a wife and several children to mourn their loss Mrs Lucinda Cocanougher has moved to this place to live with her daughter sMiss Jennie Logsdon of nearSimms town spent last week at the home of the Misses Kellyi a dance gThursday Ber nice Fenwick and Hattie Nally 1Daily Herald and Sun 2 ae beoeoeoeoeoeoeDeDeDD aeDeoeo eDeDeooeaeDeoe-oaeaeaeoaooeDeQeaeOeaeoe aeoeoeoeoeae oeoeOeDeDeOe eoeaeOooeDOeOeOeoeOeoeoeoeoeaeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeo aeoeoeaeoeoeoeaeoeoeoeoeoe OOe r OOe zi ooeooeno Clearance Sale This Week Only- Music 5c a Copy E M1 Russell eooeQeoeoeooo 0oeo01a-eaeaeaeoeaene eoeaeaeaet- aeoeopeaeoeoeneoeoeneae eo oeoe eOeoeQaeaeoeQe- DCeaaeoeaeaeaaoneaQea o eQaeaeae eoeaeoeaeoeaeae eae eaeaaeaeaeaeaeaeaea oeaeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe o t A Good Old World f The mockingbird 4OhLooks good to me And the katydid nightChirps rightAnd deepAndLaugh in her sleep And 1 above Wheremy babe was curled And I told myself UIts a good old world Judd Mortimer Lewis IIHAPPY HOLLOW Mr J D Sutherlan and wife spent Sunday with Mr CJ M Hines and fan fly near here Miss Sarah Shields visited Mrs Mont gomery Tuesday night and Wednesday- Mr J S Thomas visited relatives in Tennessee the past week Q Little George Keeling visited his brother M C Keeling this week s Mr Will Dugan is spending his vaca tion in Louisville The sale of MrC M Hines was well attended and everything sold well Mr George E Dean of Harrodsburg visited his father L S Dean Saturday and Sunday Misses Flossie rind Pearl Armstrong spent Saturday evening with Mrs Della Keeling at this place Mrs Nannie Homan and children and Mrs FlorenceSmith visited Mrs C M Tines Wednesday and Thursday Miss Sarah Shields spent Sunday with Miss Flossie and Pearl Armstrong Born to the wife of Lonnie Noel an eight pound boy Miss Nannie Royalty spent last yeek with her uncle John ArmstrongI Rev Ezra Sutherland and wife of Buffalo visited his father Mr T W Sutherland last week Mrs Martha Armstrong and two daughters spent Wednesday with Mrs J M Shields at this place Mr M C Keeling sold his tobacco to Jim Sutton for nine cents Misses Lula Armstrong and Sarah Shields spent Thursday and Friday with Flossie and Pearl Armstrong at this place Mr Sam Coulter visited relatives at Tatham Springs Saturday and Sunday We were very sorry to hear of the deathof Mr A B Wells which oc curred last Sunday Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong spent Sunday with Jc H Perkins at Willisburg Mr D W Crow and family have moved to Nelson county to make their home Mr A C Pinkston and family left Monday for Decalb Ill where they will resideIThere will be preaching at the Hills boro church the third Sunday of this month Rev J E ftonn of Tennessee will deliver the sermon Mrs E M Hines rind daughter are visiting her sister in Springfield this week They will leave for Ohio in a few days to make their home Mr George Colvin of near here is visiting friends in Sari Francisco- MOORESVILLE Born to the wife of Peter Hilton on Jan 10 an eight pound girl Mr Will Buekman is seriously ill of a complication of diseases His chil dren have whooping cough Mr Geo H Chesser wife and chil dren have the measles They contracted the disease while on a visit to friends in Louisville At the regular meeting of the A S of Eat the school house last Friday night several more acres were pooled Mr James Cheatham and Miss Ollie Cull were married in Springfield last Saturday evening by Rev W H Will iams We wish them mush Happiness Miss Ardie Wall will return from Louisville this week w p Ellis was in Springfield last Monday on business Mr Garrard Clark and wife of Tat ham Springs spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Edd Yocum at this place The roads are in a deplorable condi tion being almost impassable at some placesrMessrs James Oder and Johnnie Hines had a sale last Saturday Every thing bought fair prices Mr James Oder bought the farm at 24 per acre Mrs Martha Coleman of near Bardstown spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs J N Hayes of this place Mr B M Cull and brother Lewis spent last Sunday at Wakefield Sta ottland containing forty acres from Matt Truax for 300 Mrs Eliza Wall and son Tony spent Sunday in Springfield A Card of Thanks rI the undersigned thank those who have done so much for me in the illness Joblessings descend on thope who do not o forget the widow and the orphans in their greatest need Mrs E Goatley i Iisyoung lady with a lovely ring Youre sure to be happy if +the ring and other presents are of me To prove it it IJAS Ja GRAVast aeQoeoeOeoeoeooeoQeoo n Personal Notes I 0 0oVisitors nand Outof Town A n Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News 0 noegeooe Mrs Matt Mayes and son Leave are visitincr her father at Wilmore KyI isIMrs Mimms of Catletsburg tie guest of relatives here Mr and Mrs T L Grundy of Bloomfield spent the first of theweek with Miss Lida Grundy of near town Miss Mabel Thompson is the guest of Miss Monroe Montgomery of Leba Messrs C C McGill and C C Cambron of Lebanon were here Tuesday Mr William Roriey of Lebanon spent Tuesday here Mr John Clements of Lebanon was here theifirst of the week on business Miss Carrie Ryan has returned home after a visit to friends and relatives in Meade county Mrs J W Lewis has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Fred Mangett of Lquisville Mrs Joe Spalding spent a few days in Louisville this week CWnight Mrs W E Leachman is the of her mother Mrs JKLeahy of Crescent Hill Rey W H Williams spent Wed nesday in Lebanon Mrs George McBride of Louis ville is visiting her mother Mrs M L Searcy of this place Mrs J B RoBards is the guest of relatives in Burgin Mrs Leonard Baker and son have returned from a visit to friends in Bardstown Mr J R Montgomery has turned from a business trip to Atlanta Georgia Miss Della Campbell has returned from a visit to friends at Croakes Station and Bardstown Mr Hugh Stiles was in Louisville the first of the week on business Judge I H Thurman was in Carar bellsville Tuesday and Wednesday 1 1 A Royal Opportunity SwMthearts t diamond bought Mr and Mrs J W Riedel were in Bloomfield Tuesday Mr Ben F Simms spent Tuesday in Bardstqwn t Mr and Mrs Byron Croake left Tuesday for San Antonio Texas to spend the rest of the winter Mr Slick Mattingly of Louisville is the guest of friends and relatives here Rev P F Hennessy was in Fairfield last Thursday h Dr J C Muddi was IP k Louisville several days this week on business Miss Mattie Roney of St Maryky is the guest or friends here Hon W D Claybrooke was in Frankfort this week on legal business aMr and Mrs Jamesr Cheschfer have returned to their home in Fort Scott Kansas after a visit to their mother Mrs Mollie Mayes v Dr J B RoBards was Jn ifiioinSv ville Saturday on business j r Mr Leon Allen was Lebanon last week Miss Annie D GruruJy1 of Louise ville is the guest ofbeJJuncle Mr Edd DavisonI f e Mr Henry Edelen of Bardstown- was here several days last week on business Misses Annie D Grundy Annie and Willette Mayes are the Quests of Mrs John Mahon of batl 1ll Dr M W Hyatt was in Lebanon Saturday J rMr Leo Simms was houisviii the first of the week f Mr Will Huston of Mud was here Saturday =Miss Willie Knott entertained few of her friends at euchre Tuesday evening Those present were Misses Mat Robertson Bertha Hay don Neal Burke Sarah Simms Mattie Ron ey Flora Mudd Mary Lee and Robbie Simms and Mrs G C Wharton Messrs Joe and Jim Clements W D Claybrooke G C Wharton George Robertson C W Hagan and Harry Reid A Memorable DavlOne of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is the one on which we became acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and billiousness and keep the bowels right 25c at C J Haydone Drug Store T tThe Sun 1 a year PublicSale OF Stock and Farming Implementsa 4 a i THURSDAY JAN 24 J d On the above date and on the premises three miles East oft Springfield on the Perryville pike I will sell the following stock About 15 head of Short Horn Cows and heifers and two bull calves As individuals and breeders this herd of Short Horns is equal to any in the State Imported Roan Victor sired by Golden Drop Vicf at head of herd Will furnish certificate of regis 4t ftration at sale Twenty 1000 pound choice feeding steers 100 stock ewea four or five bucks of young Jacks of the best quality ten or fifteen head of horses and mares four or five work mules Jersey milk cows and heifers etc Also all of my farming implements and two good wagons aid gearing A lot of corn hay and fodder joi I Sale to Begin at 9 OCtock Dinner on the Grninds TERMSAll sums of 20 and under cash All sums over 20 c twelve months time will be given Interest from date Security i required of purchaser r fcB McELROY t t = c L f J it THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1901I i GENTLE WOMAN AN lEXPERTMACHINIST MRS PETERS LIKES NOISE AND GRIME OF A FOUNDRY IS A SKILLFUL MOLDER 1 Can Melt and Pour Metal as Well as iAny Skilled Workman Be J comes Proficient Through Tutorship of Husband MilwauieeThat a woman Is capa bleof the development of mechanical skill equal to that of any man is fully exemplified in the case of MildredD- Peters of Rice Lake WIs a young woman who by her own desire and love for machinery and under the tutorship of her husband has become at fullfledged machinist After three years of work In her husbands machine shop and foundry known as the Rice Lake Iron Works Mrs Peters has become so proficleht that there is now no job comes into the shop that is beyond her skill She can do anything from making a shrinking flt or keyseating a cou pling to manipulating the trip ham Inther Sloe does not take a back seat for She loa Full Fledged Machinist any of the skilled machinists who work with her in her husbands es tablishment Her knowledge of machinery is not confined to the machine shop for she goes Into the foundry which is an ad junct to the shop and there can cast or mold anything in the line of ma chinery even to the pouring ot the sizzling hot metal Itself In molding which is regarded as requiring much experience and skill to prevent defects in the castings she Is perfect She turns out clean cast ings which she pours from the heavy hot ladle very steadily as required in this class of work If it be a thin plate to be poured fast something that all molders look upon as dIfficult and often with fear she never fails to get a perfect casting In handling brass she makes those castings without difficulty and melts and poul1Jt11emetall1elselt Qui It is in the machine shop that her heart is set and the noise of the ponderous and powerful machinery Is music to her ears It is to her a hap- dY diversion from the humdrum and monotony 9f housework and she enjoys tt She takes as much pride in turning out a perfect shafting or set of pulleys or some Intricate part of an engine as any housekeeper would In making a good cake oc in doing a choice bit jDf embroidery work Mrs Peters can fire the boiler keep Ing up the prpper amount of steam and water and can run the engine And more than that she could put all t together again without any trou ble were It to be taken apart for her Threading a piece of steel a jpb requiring accuracy andspeed at the same time she does with as touch ease as threading a needle for sew ing although the operation is indeed very different In making a shrinking fit wherein a casting must be heated to a cer tam temperature to avoid bursting a job in which all machinists often fail she has no trouble This is a job tha- is t common in all large engine works As one watches herather work he la Impressed by the scene of the big machines responding with surges and groans to the delicate touch of these ekillful feminine fingers Since it has always been believed that good machinists must have a nat ural talent to be able to develop the skill successfully it makes this wom ans work all the more wonderful None of the timidity and fear that woman has as a rule around mach n ery is seen In Mrs Peters conduct In the shop She pursues the work with a confidence that Is associated only with an expert the business a That Mrs Peters Is the only woman In America with the pluck t0 tackle this sort of a business is jlfobably itrue She does the work not because she Ic compelled but because spe real enjoyment in the handling of m chlncpy There seems to beactual affection in her gentle touch of th cold steel machines over which she presides In the foundry + r It must not be ipferfed because Peters hoe proven her adaptability to- 1ecb odal1tng that she is lacking in- dKlS 11Yttiri and accmPll imen- r tbiC d r or llI hr tgo to grace womankind The feminine f side ing of her nature is equally interest Possessing a good education she can converse Intelligently upon most any subject and can play the piano and sing with considerable ability Her husband declares she has the most perfect health of any woman he ever saw He says her unusual labor has not tended to detract from her womanliness but that her heart Is as full of womanly tenderness and sym pathy as1 it was she became his wife i Mrs Peters when asked how she happened to learn o work in the shop replied with a Imo est smile Well we had 10 children and I would get lonesoms at home As my husband and t alvays were companionable I spent m ich of my time In the shpp to be with him I began to use a hammer and b vise occasionally and then I got to trying my hand at making things just for fun Pretty soon I found I could turn out some of the simple jobs that came Inwithout my husbands Instruction Naturally I felt an exultant pride over my achievements and Wanted to do more difficult things all the time Now my husband tells me I am safer in some of the difficult wofk than any other machinist in the shop VinesIseems to arouse In certain birds instincts akin to hopligan ke selfish LifeWefirst Week in October and Immediately the missed thrushes took pOSe session of the hawthorn bushes As long as the cold weather lasted every hawthorn was ponced by Its proper misselj thrush who kept other birds away from the berries Small birds chaffinches hedge sparrows and tits could visit the bushes as much as they pleased but the instant ia black bird or a thrush approached the storehouse the guardian flung him self at the intruder The whole coun tryside rang with the cries of missel thrushos chasing other birds Then came the return of summerI weather and they promptly interest in the hawthorn berries A Religious Railroad The Hedjaz railroad which is to unite Damascus with ecca is being built for the purpose 01 carrying pil Brims to and from the litter the holy city ofi the Mussulm nsFor the larger part of its tours of some 1200 neslt will pass thr ugh deserts idle and regions Still it will benefitsome of the country about the Jordan a district whose crops have 110 market ori account of the want of transportation and branch lines for cqmmerclal and Industrial uses will bg constructed From Da mascus to Maan about 400 miles the road has been doing business for superintendthework and they dont get much pay To Mecca by rail personally conduct ed The world is growing smaller every day- Locomotives Built Like Watches The history of American watch mak ing fully answers the question of the excellence of work done by automatic machinery as against the highest grade of skilled manual labor Refer ence to this particulate type of manufacture has been made so often in this connection as tb be threadbare and the example when quoted is in danger of being called the notorious exception and a chestnut but what a few years ago was true of watches solely is now as universally true of machine tools and such things as loco ntotives The Engineering Magazine Most Birds Love Toys Most birds love toys The play things help to while away the time and prevent them from tearing their plumage Parrots are especially de DawIson n to do simple tricks with the objects specially fancied A softbilled bird will amuse itself for Van hour with a peanut which it cannot break a tiny bell or a mirror just big enough to reflect its own head Was No Prentice Hand On one occasion Mr Copeland in structor in English at Harvarl was expostulating with A student for his Idleness when the latter said its of no use finding fault I was cut out for a loafer Well replied the instructor sur veying him critically from head to foot whoever cut yolk out understood his business New Yorks Centerof Fashion New York citys fashionable popula tion first took root in Bowling Green moving thence to East Broadway Bond street Bleecker str tiAstor place Washington Square Fifth ave mopthseachcountry at estate or In Europe for eight months Science Always Ready Caller Doctor Mr Divine the mus cle reader fell Into a sort of trance a little while ago andwe cannot arouse him Is it catalepsy or death acientistBringa Weeklye Swearing thatrsswearing is not a sin Bvenon that excessively liberal theory iswearinr Ia snulsanceytjhat qg r L mu beabatHj NAUGHT COUNTS BUT LOVE By MAX PEMBERTON Copyright by Joseph B Boles There was a merry company In the parlor of the Castle Inn When the stranger entered there He appeared to be a man of some 30 years of age with a youths face and a sine figure of his own upright as a drill sergeant and with such a pair of eyes that asTom Forsyth who kept the terry said afterwards It was lucky for the maids of Brede that the darkness cloaked them Joel the landlord looked the travel er up and down and his fat face took wrinkles of merry fat He breathed In with satisfaction Rare was the day when a stranger In a goldlaced vest drew rein at his door Such men as a rule were ferried across the river by Tom Forsyth and rode on to my lords castle upon the hill There was no other road from Brede but to my lords house or to the sea After the stranger had retired to thA inner parlor mine host hazarded the opinion to Tom the ferryman that the stranger came with some news Of my lords son whose ruin In the gamin- houses of London had long since ceased to tickle evil tongues TQ which Tom Forsyth added th goodtoshould know It forthwith Herein however he found no supporters for said the wise heads of the company puourt lleuorlt they filled the little brow mugs and listened at the inner parlo- door one reported every circumstance of the strangers behavior as they viewed it through the glass of the Inner door He be atalking to hisself =that what he be ndolnR most unordlnary thing said Roberts the grocer He be counting his guineas a sack thatIIn the silence that followed no one noticed that Tom Forsyth hadleft th roomBut in the meantime he had crossed the river demanded speech with her Every Word That She Spoke Was Like Music in His Ears Lx- ladyship at the castle gate and now stood4in the presence of the Lady Al iceTom had met her often riding her black horse upon the road to the sea but so gracious and stately did shje now appear and above all expectation beautiful that hardly did he dare lift his eyes to ners She seemed to waft the fragrance of her beauty all about her her voice was music in his ears and she was speak ing to him Tom Forsyth as though he were among the number of her friends Finally he found his tongue an blurted out his news Wevea visitor down yonder tonight your ladyship- A visitor Tom How the whiteface flushed at this IYes your ladyship and an uncom mon queer one too not a mug filled though hes been there an hour or moreThe Lady Alice smiled faintly then of a sudden the blush deepened Tell me about him Tom1 what Is was no hand at describing an other man but he did his best Talwell hes taller by inch than me your ladyship and he carries himself like a soldier l dont like the look of him myself but theres som that might a girls face I should call lit lint for the eyes and chin Im n judge but Id name him for anything you please that has a bit of a rogue in itBut the Lady Alice appeared no longer to be listening to what he said Suddenly she put her hand upon his In an impulsive gesture and said in sweet voice Tom if I may wish to send a message to your stranger shall I find the ferryboat upon onside in an hours time Only a curmudgeon could have re sisted such a voice Yes my lady you send a message The full hour passed after Tom reached the ferry before a blueeyed page boy from the castle came racing down and commanded him to put him across upon the instant Tom saw the lad disappear behind the lights of the Inn lie was gone not above a quarter of an hour when he came racing back again It was long after supper in fact close to the hour of midnight when the traveler who had so mystified mine host Joel and his satellites slipped by a side door from the Castle Inn The moon shone round and full He wade straight for the ferry and crossed plying the oar himself In half sin hours time he was conversing with a cloaked figure without the cas tle gate They were speaking of the deejerthoughtsremain so if their destiny willed ItYou have been generosity Itself Sir Richard my lady was for It was the Lady Alice herself the debt 10 you Is common for us all it will lie heavily upon my fathers shoulders and upon mine We can never repay do what we wilt Sir Richards eyes shone softer In a sudden ray of moonlight that pierced the hedge Every word that she spoke was like music In his ears No debt is there when the task Is of a mans own seeking Alice I told you nx months ago thh our poe Pope was right when heald that l greatest study of mankind is man I have studied men all my life You brother Harry was but a human addi tion o my library I found the pages undeclpheablebut was a fellow creature who had wan ofga to rest a little while In my house I plcetures that were to be painted upon them by amans will and by his in dustry tempted him to begin and to find excitement in the pursuit When the old gypsy inclination called him away I was patient not angry TimnhaynTornight Harry is waiting at Ashford ha for me My work is done Alice need no mans thanks for a little pa tience and kindness that have bee their own reward They have give me this opportunity to speak with her to whom I may never speak again u til the end of my days The Lady Alice made no reply b she turned away her head Perhap- there vas something In her pretty eye findeYou are leaving England Sir Richard she asked anew with her head still averted from him The tone of her voice rerved him to speak of it A mans country Is dear to him onl when it gives him that which his heart desires If i leave England Alice will be because I no longer may hdp here If I go it will be because tlter is one at Brede who would visit th sins of the son upon the daughter say it only to ask your frorgiveness there Is a duty which is above love let me speak no ill of your father And as they stood together ing this to be the hour of their fa well suddenly the alarm bell rang out from the castle and almost at t same instant they heard a mans vo My lord Is dying he cried to the the Lady Alice has left him4 You must go to him said ticha quietly Though his heart was beatin fast his wit was less sure than my ladys at such a moment Richard you shall take me whispered refusing to release h kissed her gently You are right he said that wise dear one we will go together When they entered the courtyard they found thq servant beside He waked from a dream and ask for your ladyship he said to the La Alice She pushed him aside an still holding Sir Richards hand she led the way to the great bedroom where upon a couch by the wtndo they found the lord of the castle lyfn pale and insensible He had waked from a trouble- dream as old Martin said and in Vi lent agitation had Insisted upon h daughters being summdned to him forthwith When they seached for her and found her gone the truth was told tc him She is not here my lord they said and this night Tom Forsyth dcame up from the Inn to speak of stranger there And to their wonder this master of the oath and the madnians anger spoke no word to them but shrinking away as one robbed suddenly of his reason hid his face end cried She was all that I had God of heaven forgive And then 0 had fallen prone and they had laid him upon the couch believing him to be dead Thus the Lady Alice found him and almost with the touch of her hand my lord loused and recognized her He gave a cry of joy and raising himself feebly upon the pillow put his arm heartesThou Alice they not en thee then1 eI am here dear father they shall never take me from you l isothere Alice Does Harry come to me then It is not Harry father look again Sir Richard Hardlnge ah might have named him Where then Is my son 1 Iiaswered for them both In my hour earl waiting for the message wh cAll will bring him to your side again is well with him Silence fell upon the room a silen restful and satisfying When the earl next spoke it was to the daughter whom the night had taught him to love I have learned my lesson he said drawing down her face to his own Yea in all the world naught counts but love Let him take thee child outiromonly would he dwell fr f A Friend of Ours I know a manor pleasing ways Maybe you know htm too This man by divers hook and crook Endears himself to you gayTheThe people stile when he fe near And laugh where eer he goes And yet this man has one bad faultSYou note It on the stair changeIn j In restaurants he feeds his face And entertains by heck But always sidesteps like a prince The waiter with the check Sometimes while standing at the bar He claims anothers round And makes a bluff at paying when He hears the silver sound dueeHe always digs but never gets rHis money out on time i mintOrAt any rate this Jolly man He never spends a cent awayHisB 1tHe1 goneAndOut In the churchyard he will turn Clear over in his grave plieiTo watch them dig Ihto gold And get it out on time Chancese tea see them run has been outdone A little motIh ers a and got in to take a ride The little girl expectedn annhillsutman that tick duess on cos t 1085 onIvery well at his business except that onesidedYblame because the man got too close trying to tell its age by Its teeth The doctor doesome festIIt is the same way with the orange colored devil when the constable let the wind blow his whiskers in Anton darnderc Rt The singing at the obsequIes whitesandbarmslumped with a perpendicular cutoff hegr fdid Baby is not to blame for picking up samison and he couldnt let go quick enough juggesr young men with taffeta and curl papers spending their money for bonbons and taking thedhailstoram d being morally certain of a heavy gale anwgetgs s anothedmerry goes on Soldiers1sman a Household Axioms Everything comes if a man will wait even his wife who is dressing for the theater A good way to build a house Id have your wife furnish a draft of t closets You can then build the house to fit the closets Love may be blind but a mans wife for a blind woman can certainly see through a good many of his excuses for being out late When a man comes home unexpect edly and finds his wife cutting her corns with his razor there is apt to be more or less coldness and some bloodshed in that happy home In baseball cheers often greet the man who slides safely to the home plate In married life he may not be iiknowswill he get there early enough to avoid tak ing chances 1A stalwart Missourian oi the ma persuasion stands boldly forth and bqpaedWhynal sum for a license will arrange to theat or Indigestion is the cause of three ticeandheThen she hands him the broomstick the lawyers get their hands In and the court hands one or the other a dl vorce MoralYoung women should learn to cook B Wd1 i II Dr WPTrusiPractical Dentist T SPRINGFIELD KENTUfciKi DentalworkatreasonablePHoes AIl Office over Haydon Barber + B D LAKEInsurance Agent r 1 SPRINGFIELD KENlljbK Life Fire ana Accident F l i Old Massachusetts Mu always shoots and the best dlvidendrpaying companyintheworld Your kDrs RoBardS HylttOffice oyer McElroy Sbu t lif J SPRINGFIELD 1KENTUGKY jbto9 rDrSPRINGFIELD KElfIUGJh LOFFICE JHAYDONSDHOqjff 1 Office Hours 12 tar tor2 F M Dr J fl loppe i SPRINGFJELi KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairwv Phones Residence 71 office 97 Dr W1 W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C Wf assn s Office phone 175 ResldenceIp lion e172 T7 nMISS ELLA ADAMS i NURSEkI TELEPHONES Day 49 1 lOf lNight T SCOTT M YES ArnAT w Springfield JKy t gWillpractice in the courts ofeWaaliiuKtott Qf Appeals and Federal Courtsl 5 ii ofC C McCrtORD tATTYrATLAW rt Springfield JKy j Will practice in all State and Federal Ccrarta Ll WD CLAYBROOKE TIYATW f J yE U Will practice In tne courts of Washin toa and ad oiniag Bounties and in the courts of Ate peals W E SELE MAN ATTYATLA Springfield ky WashlDgtODand MARSHALL DUNCAN i rLAWYERSpringfield Ky f Office in Robertson Building WashingtonCourt of Appeals r CT S M CAMPBELL 1rthCrying of public sales a specialty itableJ NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD tOPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store fAllbeen In the business for thirtvfi ye vein THOS J Grave MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY t leUffhinisi lay 11t Nltht 108 I t JOHN Y AlAYESJ DirectorddAndLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUC J Best Attention t Every courtsey shown r t i Handsome Line of Caskets sad curial Relies r Telephones Day19Night TiS r J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1907i rIj 1 PAPERFECTTnGPLAYER- If you own a Piano and do not wish to trade it inlpn a Farrand Cecilian Piano you can get the Cecilian Cabinet Piano Player CeeilianF Off AIL TODAY KyPleasesilsyourbargainsIt Name1 Address r 4i I t NEGROES KILLED MAN AND WIFE AND WERE l REpARING TO KILL A LITTLE BABEl Two Hundred Colored Men are Guards ing the brimjnals Race War is Threat ried Oklahoma City Okla Jan 14two hundred negroes left Chlckasha ITj shortly after dark bound for Womack 17 miles northeast with the avowed intention of protecting la gang of ne groes from the vengeance of mob of whites and owing to the circumstances bloody race war s expected at any momentIA gang of en of a white man and murdered the thin and his wife They were preparing to kill child when surprised by neigh hors of the people and Immediately took Jo flight Bands of armed white men formed immediately and started on the trail of the murderers Population Evenly Divided The population of this jsectlon of the Indian Territory is about evenly divided between the whiterand the ne- groes As soon as the negroes leap ed that posse of whites were ing the murderers bands of negroes formed in the surrounding country and started for the scene of tie trouble heavily armed The negroes leaving Chlcgasha started with the avowed intention bf protecting the negroes from the yen sauce of the whites If they were cap r turedThe murderers ire supposed to have been negroes whp are working on a railroad grade short dlstan for Womack about 35 miles southeast of this city As result of race feeling engon dered by the burning of negro ib this section last July by mob pf whites the situation is regarded aa being exceedingly critical CAUGHT BENEATH ENGINE Five Killed and Eight Injured Struck Open Switch El Paso Tex Jan 14 Running high rate of speed Rock Island past uenger train No 30 which left here r rq dashed into an ope switch at Barney N M190 miles north of El Paso Five persons were killed and i Can be Attached to Any Piano and Played by An neIAmuses You in That it Plays all the Popular Music Dayi Is a Help to 1 he Serious Student of Music It Gives Access to the Vast fields of Musical Literature- Is an educator a n d Assists Materially in Mastering Time Rhythm and Form tir TEAR l State r a a t a a a e a a a a a Chicago eight from anything have it would while to all off we gladly send jlogues Pianos Loulsullli injured The dead are B ACKley Carrizozo engineer C j Red Carrizdzo fireman unidentified passenger uni dentlfld boy and unidentified Mexican laborer When the into the the engine left the track aiftl turned over and fireman underneath and instantly The express car dining car anti a Pullman were from the track Of the pHsseners hurt none will dierThe train wrecked l non collision January 2 at Volland Kan with No 29 on the same rod and 32 persons mostly Mexican laborers on their way to El Paso were killed and over 30 persons were injurddi flSPOILED THE WEDDING And Nowlcsell In His Fury Fatally Shot Frank Tabisz Penn Jan 14A wed cake ruthlessly dashed the mahds of a carrying H resulted what may develop Into a murder on the street bridge Fabisz is at V ptPenn hospital with a bullit his side while Nowicsell his wife and 16 other foreigners are under arrest as witnesses The couple with two male companions were crossing the bridge The women was carrying the large cake which she won at a wedding celebra tion Fablsz and two other men were crossing the bridge and Fabisz after chiding Nowicsell for not renewing his wife of the burden cake lout of the womens han s c slng it be smashed into bits on the bridge flooring Angered at the affront Npwicsell drew a revolver and shot Fabisz The latter will die The woniaa declares to the police that it wasi she and not her husband who fired the soot The hidden her umbrella was found in but witnesses say that tier his fired the shot A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witnessed one casesofnea thatt place says Arnica I had suffered over 80 years I am now eighty five Guaranteed to cure all sores by C J Haydon Druggist25c a1 VP Proposition You dont have to LEARN to play the pianoNOT THIS ONEthe Far randGecilian for you or anyone else can play it play any kind of music you want Operatic Rag Time qr Coon Songs even though you know nothing or piano playing Just slip in a roll of perforated music as in the illustration put your feet on the pedals and go ahead thats all you need to do The FarrandCecilian is a hignradeupright piano with a brilliant clear sweet tone and with the of theCecilian Piano built inside the case You can play this piano with the fingers just thesame as you an ordinary piano or you can play it with the mechanism of the Cecilian Player which is built int it so it is equally for the wife and daughter who have spent years Of patient study and pratice in learning how to play the piano and for the map who doesnt know a blessed thing about music Wouldnt such a piano a piano that all in the family could play be used far more than the piano you have now Come in and see it Well be glad to show it to you and to have you try it You can y on very easy terms and well your glad piano in exchange if you have one I The Holidays We have made special effort this season to offer un i usually attractive bargains in Pianos and as a it means you can Save FronJ50fo75r on a new we can sell you a good reli able New Piano at 150 fully guaranteed the same kind that would cost you 200 elsewhere it gives you an idea what you can saye Some Special Bargains in Good Used Pianos 100 to 150 Old Instruments Taken as part Payment if The FarrandCecHian Pianpis so different you ever teen beworth your learn about it Tear the coupon and mail to us today and will you the illustrated cata explaning both the FarrandCecillan and the Cecilian Piano Player i j MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO 628630 Fourth Avenue Ky e1d train dashed pInningtle engineer killing them rown eight CAKE Pittsburg ding from woman in Fortythird Frank dying in John knockedllhe revolver band Bucklens Salve whichn Piano Dance about music would available anyhow For result Piano When SUBMISSIONIOf the Frankfort KyThe court of ap peals took a hand in the Cox murder trial at Breathitt by granting a Writ of prohibition against apodal Jude Carnes preventing him from continuo Ing with the trial for si fed days at least It is charged hs fav ted Har gis continually Attorney B R Jouett of the prosecution hurried here in an automobile As soon as the court ad journed for dinner he filed the petition of Commonwealths Attorney Adams and also of Attorney General Hays asking for the1 writ of prohibition The petitions state the various steps taken in the trial so far of James Hargis and ask that Judge Cares be required to draw the jurors from the wheel and be required to sustain the motion to quash the indlctnient and resubmit to a grand jury The pelt tion states that Hargis can not be convicted under the present indictment but could be convicted under the charge of being an accessory before the fact to the murder of Dr Cox Gov Beckham received Judge Carnes request for troops but did not gran the request at once Instead he or dered AdJfGen Henry Lawrence tC into the situation and report If troops are really necessary Gen Lawrence left at once LAND GRANT CASES Kentucklans Aroused By Suit Threatening Title To Valuable Lands Mayklng KyThe developments hi the old Virginia land grant suits in the four different countiesLetcher- Pike Harian and Floydin which more than 200000 acres of the richest coal lands in Eastern Kentucky val ued at 75000000 Is Involved are at tracting wide attention For five days the bitterest feeling against lion John Go Carlisle Col Jack Hendricks ex Kentuckians C H Davis and tl e doz ens of other attorneys representing the New York syndicate claiming the property in clear titles has been grow ing until now It Is at fever heat and a clash of arms is imminent Peace able quiet lawabiding farmers arc enraged and openly declare that they will die by their property rights if an attempt Is made to overthrow them This warning has been sent to the at torneys by the native farmers you ever put a foot upon my property prepare yourselves Tor death Tiiere is still much excitement In Perry county south of here where twice a corps of surveyors have been driven oft the property of Ivan News n at the OIntof Winchesters TO FIX A TIME For the Nomination of a Candidate To PaynterIreceived chairman of the Sixth district democratic appellate committee has called a meeting of the committee to be held in the Le land hotel at Lexington on January 18 for the purpose of fixing a method and naming the time and place for the nomination of a candidate to suc reed Judge Thomas H Paynter whose place Judge John Si Lassing is filling by appointment until an election Is held Tudge Lassing is the only an nounced candidate for the place and It is practically assured that he will have no opposition his friends say because of the splendid record he has made on the appellate bench and because of his personal popularity in this district The counties composing this district are Boone Campbell Kenton Grant Harrison Pendleton Bracken Robertson Nicholas Mason Fleming Lewis Greenup Carter Ilojyan COUNTERFEITERS ARRESTED Somerset Gang Confesses To Plant For Looting Banks Lexington iKyAs a result ofa raid by federal officers on the gun re pair shop of Brookshicfi Martin within a stores throw of the courthouse and Jnll at Somerset Robert Sawyers a wnite man and D J Martin and Everett Brookshiro negroes were arrested on the charge of couu torfelting A complete counterfeiters outfit Including molds for dollars and conrfesseddivulged a plan to go to Stearns A mining and lumber town about 3Q sMopenplace and loot it Their next schemq was to tunnel under the First Nation1 al bank of Somerset one Of the strongest financial Institutions In the Kentucky mountains and by the use of nltroglycerln and other powerful ex plosives blow open the big safe and loot It after which they were to de RfCrescent railroad just above Somer tot They were all three Hold glover to he federal court In the sum ofJ5pOi 3ach In default of which they were remanded to jail Other clews are be- Ing followed by tlie officers and fur her developments of a sensational nar Lure are expected REASON RETURNED To the Old Soldier After Being In Jail TwentySix Years Paducah Ky James Vanner aged ro years who has been in jail fn Do er Tenn 26 years recovered e oughI f his reason to tell Pension Examiner B Robbins of Paducah that he was i soldier in the Union army during the Civil War belonged to Company H of lhe First Pennsylvania infantry and that he wanted a pension All through the 26 years of his con Inement In jail he never once alluded- to his former life and would speak very little He was Investigated and learned to have been mustered out In 1861 while insane Because there was no room In the asylum of the state of Tennessee he had been confined In jail Examiner Robbins wlll take immediate steps to trace his people and secure for him a plate In a government asylum where tie can receive treatment It Is thought the aged soldier may yet fully recover his reason Store Employes Acquitted Lexington Ky Justice Ben D Bell acquitted employes of the KIrby ten cent store here of the charge of ma liciously forcing Bessie Jenkins to di vest herself of her clothing that she might be searched for money thought to have been concealed about her per son IGams Pay 200 Each Frankfort KyFines of 200 each were assessed in ip cases In the cir cuit court asalnst Frankfort gamblers indicted last April on a felony charge Upon promise of the sports to quit operating alt games of chance the fines instead of felony sentences resulted Kentucky Corporations Frankfort KyThe following Ken tucky companies were incorporated The Bardstown Creamery 6000 London Water Company 2000 Rec ord Oil Company of Lexington 5000 The West Louisville Brewing Company increases its capital from 100000 to 150000 Night Riders Denounced Frankfort KyThe Kentucky branch of the American society o equity in session here adopted reso lutions condemning the outrages com nUtted at Princeton several weeks ago In the burning of tobacco yarehoui5os George W Morris Dies Louisville KyGeorge W Morri- for 47 years grand treasurer of the Kentucky Odd Fellows and forGO years a member of thatsociety died at the age of 84 years Mr Morris was first vice president of the Louis ville Water Co and Identified with several banks Licking River Booming Covington Ky Licking river running out strongly and a further rls Is anticipated as reports from the upper valley show that it has been rain ing for two days The river is still rising at the rate of eight inches an hour Record Rainfall Louisville KIn the last 36 hours the rainfall here has amounted to 3 Inches which breaks all records for winter months since January 18 187P The precipitation has caused heavy joss to hundreds of people especially In South and West Louisville Choked Sewer Causes Flood Owensboro KyAn almost steady rain has been falling throughout thi section for the past 48 hours causln great damage A large sewer became choked with debris and portion of the west end of Owensbojo was flooded The Drop of Bitter Tras ho will no mortal man need hope A bliss thats unalloyed to ever win Theres always one mosquito singing neath The gauzy bar that holds our comfort In N O Tlmn8Domocr t Physicians Are Nonplused i F e Lexington KyR T Booker of Scottsburg was hypnotIZed ata party by Miss Ray McGarvey In3 serious condition Hd canJot leave his bed although he has h ed consciousness Physicians haretbeen unable to help him It has de v loped that Miss McGarvey knota nothing about hypnotism The young people were playing a fake 1 mesmerism game when Booker became a sub ject It was with tho utmost asto ishment that he was seen to take Lice command to sleep seriously and di rectly became unconscious Quarrel Ends in Murder i Sergent Ky Beyond the Dlcldnson county border Cleveland Justice age 18 years shot and Instantly killed his cousin George Mulllns jr aged 21 years in a fight which occurred over their sweethearts t aoeoeoeOeaeOeOeOeoeoeoebe a= tQoi Chaplin Water- Power Cf 0 5 Roller Mills fa o C- ilkiiiBEST FLOUR n 11 THE BEST MEAL t- e o fe o n Ino Springfield and many 5 other sections of Washington c county our brands are sodJ JIKYp Q eOQeQeQeQeQ QeJl QQ THE SUN AND V f Both pa petS 1 yr- Bryans Commoner 1175W- eek CourierJournal li5Q Herald 125 fWeekly Louisville 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Atlanta COnstltutionL 7tt SemiWeekly St Louis 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe 175 eaWeektceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomists b tAmerican Farmer L1 Breeders Gazette 225 Gentleman L 200 Firesides L 135 Fireside 175 Review of Reviews h 325 Lip incotts Magazine t 285 Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger Month ya L76 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv 160 8CLUBBING RATES WfTH t LOUISVILLE DAILIES 1 The 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Indiana Southern 1Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory cbmmunlcatlorvwlth the people of this great section bf the country We solicit your patronage Rates reasonable Equipments and facilitles uhsur passed p JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME TiW ii President a Gea1 uarre ry r r J r S THESPR1NGFIELP SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY It 1W7 l J4 1W f tt 2ryt p L w f i f j l i k c k r Iiqii 1r 17Y7YnIt it 1 e 137 = JI I7 ii r WANT ANOTHER CARLOAD OF CHICKENS f i lt 0tFOIR SHIPMENT NEXT WEEK I WILL PAY THEr i i4 t e fIt HIGHEST MARKET PRICESaiJ I 1 i t eeo I 1 r i h I HmFtr Sill a few I Have For Salufaw l Ir t f jllok Minorca Roosters r M H JONES it Black Minorca Rss stirs J ntit i1 Ili 4Y Ii r 1 h Ok o i1 l t J I4r 1r= = =t i a = = = = The Continued Drouth l Elizabethtown News The drouth in Kentucky continues to spread and there are now ninetyfour totally idly u counties out of the total of 119 Two months ago there were 82 dryacounties but since then many precinct and county elections have been held Tote whether liquor should be sold or not In these twelve counties have yona udry and the only victory gained y theUwets was to carry the town rf Cloverport in Breckenridge countyI The remarkable spread of temperJ aiice in the Bourbon Commonwealth the home and stronghOld of Kentucky whisky has been mdrestrikingly vi Ii need in the past two weeks than ever before In that time eight counties wentUdryBallard Logan PulaskiI Lewis Pendleton Greenup Whitley and Todd The fdrys met with one disappoint Dent Middlesborough the county seat oX Sell county is the only Uwet spot in the Eleventh Congressional district This district includes the mountain aouritfes in Eastern Kentucky where Ute moonshine is supposed to trickle m a Continuous stream An election was field at Middlesboro two weeks ago aDd theUdrys put forth all their ef forts to carry the last citadel of Dem turn in the Eleventh They failed 1 small margin There isnt a county in Kentuc that is totallywet There are only four counties that are approximately saturated These are Meade Jefferson Kenton and Camp ben along the Ohio River in the north ern partof the State Todd county file southern border wasUwet yf Ute drys captured it in their rece- zatd i There are ninetyfour counties wit out saloons nineteen with saloons at only one place nine with saloons at irwb places and six where whisky sold at three or more points- BROOKSVILIE Ware having lots of ram iVliuther Cooksey and family spent Sunday with J W Moore of Cardwell Mr Earl Cheatham and sister M Sara attended church at Mackvi Sujnday Eugene Colvin bought of J T Goff some hogs at 4apiece Robert Noel and Miss Mary Bot were m Cardwell Sunday Henry Settless sold three hogs to W perpoundIAlmost all of the tobacco in thLco r s I j fEic munity has been sold or pooled Joe Noel and B F Colvin were in Springfield Saturday on business There will be an oyster supper at this place Saturday night Tom Noel end wife were guests of Mrs Sallie Noel Sunday The bank at Willisbnrg is doing quite flourishing business Mrs Press iGooksey and daughter Shewt0maker Jin 1790 Women neetiedito be admonished regarding certain details of good man nets In the eighteenth century quite as much as today At the Handel festival at Westminster abbey In 1790 a notice was posted reading No ladies will be admitted with hats and they are particularly requested to come without feathers and very small hoops If any j Mannerst cur rent diction of the best English s ciety A well brought up young was recently heard to call across the table at a shooting lunch to a man with Wellingtpnian nose and dome like forehead Now then birdface pass the rabbit foodVanity Fair Good Young Men Barred Some Kansas girls have ormed a thembychewkychew and never did are do ng sour 0 pretty close figuring toIascertain where they cow In Washington Hoc aid onFrom Bad to Worse marutliappintness e certainlyhBrowne Well he seems to be In for his henpeck oi it now I know ibis e r girl Unlucky Soldier Gen Sir Ian Hamilton who may succeed Lord Kitchener as Command erinchief in Ihtiia has been wound ed in almost every a tlbn in which he has been Fashion Note Kesi1lIejaw tooth on July 3 and had a dia mend one put in Its placej mMaierr of the MindIGive to none the power to cast gloom over your mind So tar as men tal weather Is concerned you are your own prophet o mc Jt b SprinjfliU Market Bacon Hama 15o Hides 12Hc Beeswax 35cpor pound i Butter 15c to 20c per pound ChickensHens 7c Spring 8c Driqd apples 5c per pound Duc1c per pound Corn Meal 75c to Sue per bushel Egga lSc per dozen Feathers4b per pound FlonrSJJJOto J260 Ginseng 750 per pound Oraln Wheat 68c cornSOc Oata roc HidesGreen OJ4c to lOc Lard 13J4 per pound Ltme90c to lod per barrel 1 Mill prodnct Bran 80 shlpataff 100 per 100 pounds Potatoes Country i5c f Onions Saltli5 and H85 per barrel Turkeys per pound poundVinegar gallo- nWoolBurry and greasy 14Hc clear ot groatton20c tub waihed 2 c 0CountryGoo8035c a Deice MARKfct REPORTS = oCincinnati Jan ItCATTlEExtra 5 60 5 76 CALVES Extra 8 75 HOGSChoice 6 50 662 SHEEPExtra 4 75 LAMBS Extra 7 90 g 8 00 FLO CRTSpring pat 4 45 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 75 g 75 CORNNo2 rilxed Q 44 OATSXo 2 nilxed 38 RYJNo2 choice 69 71 HAYCh time hY 19 50 19sAPPLESChoice 2 25 2 50 75tCHICAGO WHEAT No 2 rod 71ft g 179 CORNNo 2 mixed 44 OATSNo 2 mixed 8 33IPORKPrime mess 3 15 90 LARD Steam 9 22H NEW TcbnK FLOUR =Win l tt tr315 4tMl WHEAT No 2 red 79 CORNNo2 mixed 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed 39 39H PORKPrime mess 17 50 3 1S 25 LARDSteam 9 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red j 77 CORN No 2Vmlxed C 4- 7OATSNo2 mixed 39Qp 40 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red Qt 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 5- 0OATSNo 2 mixed 9 38 PORKPrime mess 16 60 LARD Steam INDIAHAfOLIB CATTLE =Pilme 5Ui e5 86 HOGSChoice a 00 O S4t RHEEP Extra 4 6J Jf i 65 Vaccinating for Prizes In order to encourage vaccination the mayor of Madrid has established a lottery and presents a ticket to every one who submits to the opera lion t Sheriffs Sale For Taxes By virtue of the taxes due the State of of Washigton for the years indicated below I or one of my deputies will on Monday January 28 1907 offer for sale at the court house door in Springfield Ky the following described property or so much thereof as will the tax and BY R R ISHPM DISTRICT No7 HaydonFor 1902 336 190 980 1904 890 1905 720 the tax and cost being 2876 F M Key 53 acres T Fur the year 1905 tax and cost 630 Bud Crawford 12 acresI For the year 1904 286 1905 340 the tax and cost being 776 tDISTRICT No6 Sweeney Brown 17 acres For the year 1904 4361905 375 the tax and cost 960 BYRON CROAKE Ex S W C By R R Isham Deputy District No7 Sarah Haydon 130 acres For the year 1906 taxes and cost 938 F M Key 53acres For the year 1906 taxes and cost 674 Bud Crawford 12 aces For the year 1906 taxes and cost 490 Mary Edelen 6 acres For the year 1906 taxes and cost505 Tom Warner 3 acres For year 1906 taxes and cost 434 Andrew Lynch nonresident 12 acres For yeai 1906 taxes and cost 595 District Fo Sweeney Brown 17 For year 1906 taxes andcost 602 JS OSBOURNE S W C By R R Isham Deputy pistrict No 12 Matthew Hardin 20 acres For year 1906 taxes and cost 5101 J S OSBOURNE S W C By Herbert Eddleman Deputy Chamberlains Cough Remedy Absolutely Harmless Every mother should know that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for children to take as it nothing harmful For sale by every reliable dealer in theBlue Grass I lubicribe for The Sun LOO Tau SUISCRIIERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub chargeadertisementsfarm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but In serted in another department of the paper very t low Martin Springfield has for sale a lot of Rhode from 2 to 25 C L Grundy Rt 1 Springfield has for sale two registered Chester White male shoats Mrs W H Leachman has for sale lot of Mammoth Bronze turkeys Mrs Katherine Settles Booker h for sale a good black work horse Wil- work any where KyRPlymoth Rock cockrels at 50c each i taken this month t T L Mudd Fredericktown has for sale one good saddle and harness horseR A Wheatley Rt 5 has for sale 200 cedar posts W H Boblitt Mooresville has for sale a sow and seven shoats Springfieldturkeys My pen is headed bv one of Mrs Wrights prize winners at the Lou isville poultry won first prize Mrs J A Cecil Fredericktown has for sale several pure bred Buff Wyan- dotte cockerels Price 75 cents if taken at onceJ Clements near town has for sale several head of two land three yearold mules W A Clements Rt 1 has for sale a number of Duroc shoats H R Thompson Springfield has for sale a good fiveyearold workmule jr J G Adams Lebanon Rt 3 has hayaRapid Transformation schoolman who was turned into a swan First she said wings began to ap y hisfwho can tell ine what he became A rubberneck was the startling replyJCut this out and take it to theRed Cross Drug Store Springfield end get a free sample of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets These tablets are far superior to pills being easier to take and more pleasant in effect They correct disorders of the stomach liver and bowels + fltllllti HiHit NOTICEW t k r i t + to doy4 I i+ all kinds of Buggy Top Harness Shoe and Sad dIe repairing at the low est prices All work Iguaranteed ITUE BLUEGRASS MFG COMPANY Main Street opposite Opera House Springfield B- pj1 utatlt1 itait IirsIW VTiF W r i