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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r oaf i l i 1 d r Ip x i m rIufitth 1i r II t inn-y tct L 7 ff 1 r TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY VOLUMEt NUMIEI ft POOL j THE 1907 Clip EARtV s the Time For I County Growers to Become Active The tobacco farmers in every county n the Burley District should be inter ssted in the pooling of the 1907 crop From many of these counties thefre ort comes that the work is being earnestly ushed and that large acreages have jready been placed in the 07 pool It is very pleasing to The Sun to make this announcement It is the thing to do and the farmers of Washington county ought to get busy in an effort to get the 1907 crop in this county signed up- Work will be commenced on the ware Souse as soonthe weather will permit and it will doubtless be completed b early spring Of course with this warehouse in which to store the tobacco the 1907 crop will be handled much easier and in a more satisfactory man ner than the present crop It is be lieved that lit least 80 per cent of the pooledLGET INTO THE POOL I Make that the battle cry CCMcCHORD Has Served Kentucky j v Well A True Friend of the People LaRue Herald It is now stated by the friends of Mr CC McChord that lie will have no opposition inhIs race for Railroad Commissioner in the Second District and that when the pri mary is called which seems likely all opposition will fide away This is as it should be There is nota better man in the State for the place than Mr McChord and the State never derived better service from any man that ever served it than it has from him He is fearless in hi s efforts to promote the interests of the people and with out him the railroad commission would be a very much weaker affair than it has been with Mr McChords aid H S TOWLER Mr Towler is the assistant manager of the telephone exc nge at this place He has done mt ch to perfect the system in this county Springifield has never had a more ing or painstaking telephone man than Mr Towler Washington county now has one of the most perfect systems in the State and this is rgelY due too his efforts He has done good work f the company he paS dote good work for the patrons Regular as the Sun is an expression as old is the race No doubt the rising ands tting of the sun is the most regular pe rformance in the universe unless itis t le action of the liver and bowls wh n regulate- with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guar anteed by Haydon Robertson druggists 25c i NEW BANK PRESIDENT Mr W3 S Gibbs Resigns as President of Central BankDr Hyatt ElectedI It was tenderedImy as of Central Banisold mYm at that place and haven purchased one in the South end of the county Ij could no longer do justice to the institution as president But it gives metgreat pleasure to say the bank is in a most prosperous condition and its are rowing rapidly hence I heartily recommend it to the pu lic asa safe and trustworthy insti tu ion as it is managed by a directory of rood financial business men Th s Feb 4th 1907 W S GIBBS At a meeting of the directors of the Central Bank at Willisburg Dr W W Hyatt was Unanimously elected Preside t Mr WS Gibbs as announced above haying resigned on account of hat ing sold his farm at that place and bought another near Springfield to which he will soon move Mr Gibbs Presi1dentted He is a good citizen an excellent business lean and his influence would have been worh much to the new bank However the directors acted wisely in selecting Dr Hyatt as Presi dent of the institution He is recog nized as one of Washington countys safest business men and he has many strong friends who will be drawn to the tank through his influence DEATH MRS RODMAN WILLIAMS God has again shown us that this is not our abiding home On Feb the 2nd 1907 the death angel visited the Pleasant Grove community and claimed for its own the wife of Dr Rodman Williams and daughter of Mr and Mrs S C Vanarsdale Mrs Williams was born November 23 1882 and was married to Dr Rodman Williams June 15th 1905 She professed faith in Christ at the age of 18 and united with the Presbyterian church at Pleasant Grove of which she remained a faith ful member until her death The fuI neral services were conducted by Revt Overstreet Feb 4th at 11 oclock a m from the Presbyterian church ana a long line df near and dear relatives and friends followed1 her remains to the family burying ground in the Pleasant Grove cemetery and while the solemn procession lingered around all that remained ofa dear wife and daughter a sweet resignedprayer rising from the depthof every sad heart seemed to imprint itself upon every reverently bowed head and sing its way up td the throne of heaven It is a mysterious providence that takes away the promising young but God rules in wisdom as well as in love Heavenly treasure to the bereaved should be regarded better than earthly treasure for you sorrow not as tjjose who have no hope The earthly home is poor but the heavenly mansions are richer A little while of anxious wait ing dear husband parents brothers and sisters and the toyed ones will be yours again in relation never to be broken Shes gone but theresa ray of light Which unto all is given Assuring us that if we strive Well meet our friends in Heaven Tis hard to give bur loved ones up To see them suffer pain Yet God hath said that in our loss Is theirl eternal gain Then do thou guide our steps 0 LordIWhile thrdUgh this worldj were drivI en That we maymeet our dear loved ones At thy rigjit hand in Heal en O G Declared Insane Mr Hanson Robertson of the Texas neighborhoodwa declared to be of unsound mind yesterday in the county court Mr on blind some time ago and it is thought that des his was Robertdson is about forty years of age and isa married man with eight children HON C C McCHORD As Chairman of the Kentucky Railroad o imission he has rendered the people of tjic sOlIa calamity to Therefore the people will interest themselves in his election They will see 10 it gentlemen of the opposition Rememberl THEY WILL SEE TOJT ina most satisfactory manner = = = = RAILROAD COMMISSIONER- To j to Be Nominated April 2 In this DistrictPR- IMARY ELECTION CALLeD t Frankfort KyM Feb 1A primary election to be held on Tuesday April 2 next tp select the Democratic nomi nee for Railroad Commissioner for the Second Railroad District of Kentucky today was ordered by the party committee for the district in session at Capital Hotel here The comrriitee was unanimous in the action taken The Hon Charles McChord of Washington county present Commissioner and chairman of the State Commission and J So Botts an attorney of Lexington attended the meeting and announced that they will ente the primary Under the call issued by the District Committee an assessment of 6000 tfs made to cover the expense of the primary in the thirtytwo counties composing the district this to be appor- tIoned mong the candidates entering the con est Candidates desiring to run must a nounce their intention to a sub commi ee having the primary in charge on or before March 12 next and pay their proportion of the assessment on or before March 18 All known Democrats who will be legal voters at the November 1907 election are in yited to participate in the primary The returns from the precincts are to be cbnvassed in the counties and reported- to Chairman Norton Fitch of the subcommittee on April 5 following the primary and the District Committee will meet in Louisville April 11 for the purpose of canvassing returns and announcing the result In the event but one candidate announces by March 12 the last day for entering the race the committee will call off the prinary and declare that candidate the nominee of the party for the office The details of the primary will be lookedafter a subcommittee NicholnSjville beIcausetrict now represented upon the bench by Judge Johh M Lassing cf Boone and in the Fifteenth Judicial rfBoonepersons ance upon j the committee meeting today wnre Commisssioner McChord and J S Botts and James Rogers of Lexington Mr McChord did not go into the committee room but Mr Botts did so and made a brief talk to the Committeemen pres ent He began by declaring that he would remain in the race in either a primary election or a convention How eyer he spoke strongly for a comer tion to make the nomina- tionSPRINGFIELD CITIZENS Should Put Their Heads Together And Make Graded SC Tournament a Success oolI The IContributed which was organized several years ago and which is a most important factor in stimulating interest in educational affairs in Kentucky will be held this year in Springfield The enterprising and popular principal of our school been lucky enough to succeed in hasI ing this much sauorht after event From a business stand point it means much to the town It brings about four hundred contestants and equally as many visitors to our town they will be with us for several days they will all spend money because they are youngsters and youngsters can certainly spend the coin and thus the merchants of Springfield will be benefitedIn to make the tournament a success the business men of the town must become interested They must be willing to donate medals qrtd give financial aid as well as tdfccooperate with the Principal of the school in the work of getting the tournament up The tournament was held in Harrods burg last year and was a great success The people of Harrodsburg extended the glad hand to all comers The business men stood out side their stores and bade everybody welcome with a cheery smile and a happ salutation Lets show the people of central Ker tucky what we can dolets make them have such a nice time that they will leave our town proclaiming its greatness Jets make them feel that Springfield is the best town in the State Harrodsburg made the tpurna ment a success Lebanon made its chautauqua a success so let us make our tournament a success But we must all work This is an opportunity to show our hospitality The citizens of our town must entertain all contestants and this means that everybody must be willing to take several in their homes and en tertain them for two or three days In conclusion Three cheers for the tournament lets make it a great success v B B LITTLE DAUGHTER Of Mr and Mrs T D Wells Severely Burned Last Mona day Morning f Julia Muir Wells little daughter Mr and Mrs T Dudley Wells who recently moved from this place to Leb anon was quite seriously burned Mon day morning about 10 oclock her clothes having caught fire from an open grate Miss SadieMayes of this place who is visiting Mrs Wells was in the room with the child and it is due to her efforts perhaps that the little ones life was saved However Mrs Wells who was atracted by the childs screams ran in the room and assisted in extin guishing the flames Both Miss Mayes and Mrs Wells received slight burns on the hands The childs burns are confined mostly to the back and hips and in two or three places are deep However physicians do not apprehend any serious results At first it was feared that pneumonia might develop but this dan ger is now passed t BUSINESS Made Good For Black Johnson By Half Page Advertise ment in The Sun Black Johnson of Pulliam telephone us that they are doing an immense business as a result of the half page adyertisment they have been running for the past three weeks in The Sun There are few firms in Washington county who do more hustling than Black Johnson And they get the business too They fight mail order houses with the same weapons that mail order houses fight the coun try merchantPrinters ink Mr Johnson informs The Sun that he will not let an issue of the paper go to press without an advertisement from his firm when we succeed in putting the Sun into the homes of a large part of people in that section Nine new sub scriptions were telephoned us from Willisburg last Saturday and our list has been increasing in that section for several months In a few weeks longer we expect to open our subscription books to Black Johnsonand your attention will then be called to the weekly ads of this enterprising firm REV LYON Conducting Successful Meeting In Ohio County Rev G W Lyon pastor of the Methodist church at this pl ceIhas been in a protracted meeting at Hart ford for the past two weeks and is meeting with unusal success The last issue of the Hartford Herald says of Bro Lyon and the meeting We have all fallen in love with Bro Lyon the sweet singer He seems never to tire He has taught our people a number of new songs and among them thefamousiGlory song t His sermon on Sunday morning on the Crucifixion of Christ was one long to be remembered here Beautiful m thought and diction faultless in rhetoric burdened with the deepest pathos it charmed the ear and touched the Deeper chords of the soul He is a great and successful worker in and after service The people of Hartford will never forget Bro Lyon There were seven who joined the Methodist church on Sunday morning and we learn two at the Baptist church The meeting Monday night was a great onefive penitents two profes sions and six near the close of the service stood up for prayer There is no thought of closing the meeting whilethe interest is so greatx r WASHINGTONCOUNlf M Ds RaiSe 1he r1Ce 4 A Little f SCHEDULE OF PRICES Glp rlfThe physicans of Washington county devoted their last meeting to a discus sion of the problem of the betterment of the profesion and of theme aria necessary to properly equip themselves individually and collectively to do better work and to give their patients a higher class of service Medical science is advancing more hwriatiknowlyears old is out of date Instruments and appliances are constantly improving Time was when a pair of saddle pockets and a lancet and a few needles made up the doctors outfit Today an elaborate and expensive equipment is a necessity It is ouropinion that the chief obstacle to the average physician properi ly equiping himself for the best class of service of which he is capable is the lack of means We Jive in an age of high prices Every thing we eat and wear comes higher than a few years ago While the prices for physicans services in this county are lower than formerly In view of these facts we have fixed on a schedule of prices which will make a slight increase in our income though with the exception of the increased price pee visit in the town of Springfield it is the same rate that was in operation here a few years ago U It is our opinion that it is to then interest of every individual in the iouni ty to see to it th this physician is properly equipped to do good uptodate practice Your lives and the lives of your families depend on this You do not see many rich doctors Men grow rich in every other lineof occupation but if a doctor has made enough to support his family and up his library and office uipment to4 the high water mark he caii be called a success You Jveseen no doctor In this county grow rich We stated as we have always stood ready to do our share of charity No sufferer shall say of us that he has called on us in vain But charity aside the laborer is worthy of his hire and the class of work the doctor Is doing should merit more than a mere liVing The following is the schedule of prices agreed upon visit in the town of Springfield fl50 Up to and including one mile L50 Over one mile and up to and in eluding two miles psh Over two miles and up to aidin eluding three and onehalf mi 250 upto 300 Over five miles the rate shaftbe t one dollar for first mile and fifty cents for each additional mile thereafter Night visits shall be one and onehalf the amount of ordinary day visit Tne minimum fee for consulta 4qtion shall be iv jlOOO The minimum fee for obstetric icase shall bett 4000 cSEachcharged at regular schedule rate OFFICE VISIT OOiii MEDICAL SOCIE r Organized 1FIJ Marion Falcon The temperance people have organized andarein splen did shape to make a winning fight against the saloons The Lebanon Anti- 1Sa1oonLeagueis the name adopted arty was elected 1ICornci1soriI cludes the names of some of Lebanons moSt prominent and siiccessfulbusiness and professioual men as well as Nlioie- of the humbler walks of tlife and we assure the friends of temperance PIt an honest honorable battle devoid of strife and ill feeling will h vigorously waged until the urof closing therpolls on March 26 1907 J 7iS j Z fi THESPRINCFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 61907 Jr W FTrusti PracticalI DentistS f Oflloa work guaranteedI e Dw LAKEInsurance Agent ISPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always raltatl- tnd the best dividendpaying company In th rorld Your insurance HyattOffice RINGFIELDKENT SHY OFFICE HO RSr j 7to 9 a art 1 4 to 8 p Dr J ii Mudd1 KENTUO r S OTFICE i OATDONS STORan 4l ffice Hours 12 M 02 P M i Dr J H flopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BockUp stairs phones Residence 71 office 97L 1DrWWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON wee opposite Presbyterianc49rch over C W 172rt MISS ELLA MADAMS NURSE rsTELEPHONES BaYt 49 Night 109 i 1 T SCOTT MAYES j ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky ill practice in the courts of Washington ttadjoining counties in the of Appeals sd Federal Courts r c C McCIIORD 4Springfield CourtsIKf W CLAYBROOKE b ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky wi11practice is the courts oWaehln d adfolning counties and in the courts of 3 WE SELECMAN ATTtATLAWi in the courts of Washington sad adjoining counties and in of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield KY BuildingWill Wash theCourtS M CAMPBELLr AUCTIONEER Springfield Kv ng of public sales a specialty aswill ffoanywhere Terms realf Bible a JOOPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts yetoon4THOS J Graves opoooooooooooooooooooooooo MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY IIig OOOOOOOOOCOOCOOGOOOOOOOOOO JOH k f MAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer JSERINGFIELD KENTUCKY V Best Attention Every courtsey shown jj 1Telephone re 81 IITHE OWL 81 888I THE SPARROW I received a telephone message las Thursday morning to come to Tjexas a soon as possible The fellow who called excitedeai to if anybody is you ought to call a doctor He assured me that all were well but said you are needed Come I was engaged ina very important matter here in Springfield helping Bill JGIaybrooke select the prettiest girl from two dozen photographs which he has in his possession but I dropped this matter and went to Texas I went around to the fellows house who had called me and found ihim as mad as a hornet H had just received his wifes millinery bill for the past year amounting to 1895lmost of which was for feathers wasAy wryor o sagge any keep his wife from inves ing so much in feathers I told him that he was up against a hard prop sition that women WILL HAV spring hats sunnier hats fall hats and winter hats every year and that about the only way in my opinion to stop the women from buying a new hat for every season would be to schedule the seasons differentlyand only have a new season every twelve montns He didnt think that could be doe and I suggested that he tell her shb looked mighty pretty in a sun bonnet tie said that wouldnt work that his wife knew she was Very ugly and that she couldnt be Convinced that il sun owner would mak her look prettier I made a number of other suggestions but none of them seemed to please the fellow Finally he said You step in The Springfield Sun and have em quit advertising for the milliners or stop my paper My wife reads the millinery advertisements every weekand they put ideas in her head I told The Sun and they stopped his paper Because ilhe milliners will ad vertisei I heard a woman in Springfield abuse her husband a few mornings ago because he wouldnt help her wash the breakfast dishes You would be surprised if you knew the number of men distah i 1 am1 glad to see the farmers in eve section ofHhe county taking an inters in this tobacco movement Its a go andAcrop of tobacco I would be an enthu- iastic member Will Nally of Fen wick President of the County Local is doing much good work even to the neglect of personal duties Thus far this winter hasnt given the old timers a ante to tonal cold weather Of course IJack JandIfor a are no roses bldoniing but barring1 the rece rata rains we are all well satisfied I n ticed a Jay bird here a few days ago that I qelieye is an indication that we are to have an early spring HoweverJif the ground hog saw his shadow and Judge Litsey was Keard warIId th and next Bob Noel gave me a little information a few days ago which astonished me He said that Geo Catlett had concluded not to go fishing next summer in or fishermim informed that his record last sum was very poo In fact a gentleman told me that all the fish he caught were seined Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough a overlopium or other harmful drug and tD7 eaaiPrice THE OWL andslast Thuraday night betweeri two young engagedkthings that wont do to print I havenbeen under the impression that these young men were members of the church but I guess I was mistaken as church members dont cuss that is the preachers think their brethren dont cuss From what I could gather these two boys were angry over a game of cr wsnotcropscraps the coon game One of em had lost 30 cents borrowed money and he seemed to feel adorer it It looked like a scrap but City Marshal Phillips came up and they commenced to whistle the doxol ogy They are both considered good religioustone night last summer when I saw him figureEmer having paid his way to that city In order to have him help unload some hogs which had been shipped from Springfield 1 have more trouble with old maids than I do with the younger set 1 a always uneasy when I am watching and listening around where theyare Some of them are dangerous I have known one or two owls to drop dead when a certain old maid turned her wrath loose Some old maids however are wellbehavedand very loving arid I am their friend I made an old maid awful mad a few nights ago It hap pened his way She was standing i front ofa looking glass sizing hersel- up she twisted and turned and fixe her hair and smiled Then all of a sudden her countenance changed she looked sour clenched her fist and said I wouldnt iarxYjbe best man on earthand I said Well Im like you if I was a woman I wouldnt mar ry the best man on earth either fo the best one aint no angel She came near jumping out ofher skin when I said that to her and asked Who are you The Springfield Suns Owl at your service I replied And you ought to have heard that woman The vocabulary she throw at me came like shots from a Gattling gun and I had quietrYcuPalodo X getss e deaf dumb and blind to enjoy life Iwas in Mackville Friday evening Wasnt anything doing out there Everything was very Quietardit strikes me that Mackville is a law owlOldY e least bit crooked was a nigger with a lot of chickens in a bag I also heard boy say if he didnt get a certain ogirl to elope with him he would take carbolic acid morphine and rats arid then cut his throat and blow his brains out Dr Shehan over at Maud is an excellent gentleman and a good doctor He rode four miles the other night to dyingWhenshe wassuffering from a spell o fflustration a disease that is of to codern or the drunkenness and disorderly condu goomerd that tonic that so many ppople like have prescribed and she has been resting ever since I heard Jim Graves and Will Hagan talking a few nights ago and they both agreed to investigate King Edwards proposition to help them find a Princess in England and if there is findinig a ll investigate the matter They both decided to run over and see Edward one night next week i Evan Hagan has threatened me arid gives as his reason that I have been talking about his pa But thats too thin His pa is a good friend of min and I have said nothing but good about him Evan i8ore about another matter I saw him fill out a check like this a few nights ago Pay to tailors 6250 for suit of clothes mailed it to a Louisville firm Now mucht a a you Rumhasor FIZOftIR19 I MvrJRM lylYt41tr Sunshine as well as fresh air are to maRc thq stables sweet Broadhoaded horses arc the cleverest A farm without small fruits what a barren uninviting place It is A hole in the stable soon wears a hole in your pocketbook Clean pork cannot be grown in filtliy ports remember that The pig must be a good mathoniatl clan for he is gbodat square rdot It Is an old saying that the Sheep never dies In debt to its owner an the same may be said of many cows A breeder has made the statement that there are no dun horses among thoroughbreds Good ventilation will solve the ryh01l3e twmo arc profitable than wheat at one dollar a bushel aHard work can given the wel- tired tl ell caed for horse earlier than to the other kind Study and know your horse his forcehim thoroungh t bedWhere corn talks is the main feed the sheep sh uldbe given some grain and roots to balance the ra tion thenre horse tied yith his head to the wind Heavy wooled sheep should not be allowed to get wet as the weight of water is sufficient sometimes to prevent the animals from rising Some of those sweet apples you dont know what to do with will be a regular treat to the hogs and they make good flavored pork i Many a cow is encouraged to kick takingholdthe milking operation The best machine which man has yet mllklnjable to devise is the thumb com tbinatiott Sometimes the tbstructlon in the throat of cattle ca not be dislodged pouringdownwarmed lard or tallow fnGreen food is particularly adv tageous to animals that are Cabjbagej Give the horse a dry bed to sleep on Clean his stable every day Separate the wet bedding from the d The wet that Is not too much soil may be dried and used again nThe topgpf sugar beets make excellent feed for stock and may be well preserved in a silo Sometimes tcthe n T 0toply r Is running as competent help c not be secured to run the other per cent enoughthe Is ay may lose you your opportunity a there have been seasons you know when the first chance has been the last It is a good thing for the hors hoofs to throw the manure or straw under so he can stand upon It and keep his hoofs moist but dont let the soft manure get packed In the shoe and stay there Make a working map of the farm noting on each section or plot of techanges that would be advisable in rotation the plots most In need fertilizer where repairs are m needed or special work must be done sariHeri g yndsome things tin would otherwise be forgotten wnWwwAwL auij 18 11 iler 1B I IIIgoodbarn15 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilhng good schoolhouse4r255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre INo 5167 acres miles from Springfield timber ash hickory good dwelling and barn3wsllwater onehalf from school house and church Good tobacco land Price 15 timbertwoIvo10lOS acres seven miles from fepringfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acretNo 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Spring eld on good pike one 7 inblueroomdwellingbottomland roomitccbarnsicehouseqm1lingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If youwanta fiome in Springfield Ive goUt at any milesfromNo 231392 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 1ofwater 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 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of hot tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 25 miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining laved in cement water in every field all 1 year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 milefromacre easy payments No 301l5 acres 3 miles from S housefineprice 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good offineNo 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile front pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barr all out buildings Price 3250 fromBardstown smallberestof farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land wellfty for a home Cheap Willtof grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 f No 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike sOOcknarnVell barnholdswater both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 71 perandNo 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 t milesfrommilkhousemulesrlandThreequartersacre easy payment ingfieldgoodwatered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of tobaccolanddwellingsoJe20002Q254 acres eight miles from Spring field on good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre barn locustposts 8ridlocUstpostsmiles from a depot 50 per acre InCooney ofetland on farm On urn route Price 47 per acre Jtoodstable restinNo 63A good investment in city property on Main street avenuesh55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling sitotbestostSpringfielda f 4f T I ImESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY h 1907 jJ r 1ir i li Black 4 Johnsons fb tit 3 L a Great Mid Winter Clearance Salem Will Continue From This Date Until February 11th 19O7 +f And will be the most extraordinary Bargain Giving Sale ever inaugurated in Washington county We have bought an j immense stock of Spring Goods and wb must make room before the shipments begin to arrive this sale will positively af tford you an opportunity to buy goods at ridiculously low figuresSOME ARTICLES AT COST MANY BELOW COST t 11 J 1 Clothing A great stock of Clothing will besold at sacrifice prices We have some excellent qualities arid we have cut the price nearly half in two J For Example 1250 Suits 750 I Oi cc c 1000cc 600 ti 900h 500 cc cc 750 cc 450 cc 500 250 Mens Pants 5Q cents up A few Overcoats at very greatly reduced prices also a lot of nice Furs at about half price ilI CashStrictly patronageand department slaughter SSSISSI SSSSSIS and and It Will Pay You to a Us1c Black Johnson Pulliam Ky II r t nIGH scnooLtI t = We tire indeed glad to be able to report that the Spalding affair which was briefly outlined in the last number of the Sun has sufficiently blown over to permit the faculty to hear all their regular recitations without fear of dis turbance on the part of angry and outraged students A very entertaining and profitable meeting of the Literary and Debating Society was held last Friday Leo Simms was elected after a sharp con test with Lyman Barber to be chair win at the contest to be held the rntysecond The returns showed twentyfive votes for Barber and twen oftyth regular officers for the term was next taken up In a speech Mary Lampton presented the name of Mr Lyman Barber before the society xr and he was elected with out opposition Mr Edd Willett next came forward in a witty speech and nominated John Claybrooke for Vice president This election also was un ammous Finley Scruggs was elected Secretary and Stanley Dawson will keep order for the society m the role of SargeantatArms The debate was next listened to and was enjoy e Ththoroughlysubject was Resolved that the fashioned woman of yesterday was tne ideal type of womanhood The treatment of this subject was be cause of the many points of view with which it was regarded The decision was given to the affirmative There were also seyeral enjoyable musical numbers A quartette consisting o Misses Mary Haydon and Sue Ray and Messrs Will Waters and George Colvin Miss Se Ray and Prof played a guitar dueScotch Dance by Bane Misses Ray and Nunan and Profs Hume and Thompson played a guitar Ring Leader byI Bane The society will meet a wee J Hrom next Friday and will then debate the subjectk Resolved that music toursshulde r ol instruction in graded schools Worlf is beginning in regard to thec big Graded school tournament to beheld here the latter part of May On the first Friday in March a contest will be held in the school building for representatives in the various declamatory contests All the students of the school nay contest who desire and a very spirited rivalry may be expected Springfield was not at all satisfied with theshowing we made last year in regard to points albeit we made a very creditable record and felt that we had won a medal ors two that went other twhere This year we will make entries in nearly every contest and hope to win the pennant The tournament will sandIpeople Leo Simms has again entered school L and addled his voice to the debates and declamations that are in thei making John Claybro ke paid another visit to Bloomfield Saturday and Sunday If this keeps up we will no longer have a bachelor stud nt playBut act t e sa So lit for a Sorry tact Fell through Theyj had such a grand debate our men were speakers all But the side was all too weak And as all uch things must fall Ifell thro gh exploringeBut the attic floor was weak and Mihton with some other noise Fell through The rhetoric class has been studying the wri of letters for the past week and Dick Barber has become the author properfonesself You s tdreyer Dick He gave a discussion at some length the other day on tlie salutation but we feel that we mpst spare the reader of a report of it fpr most of them have past th age when flowers and candy meant worlds tj abbya or girls hearts CiProf Colvin was absent from school Monda and Tuesday but returned Weds daY mo up his reg f1iH Notice H Credit will be given as heretofore but Cash will buy goods much cheaper Let us impress upon you that these prices will be for Cash If you want credit you must pay the old price you must pay us a profit Bring the cash thats thething to do We desire to thank our customers for past of course we will very much appreciate a continuance same We will be found at the same old stand and will continue to conduct our business in the same old way Bring us your Produce Goods in every of our store have been down Not an article in our house will be spared fnjm this sale ISI SSSSIJ to president interesting Thompson quartette marked ular duties just the same as he did before he had a son and her During his absence Prof Thompson was in charge A large number of students went coasting Monday and reported fine sport much to the detriment of Tuesdays lessons Robert Gray who was with us last year has returned to school and will take the normal course The Sun 1 Lived at Lebanon Enterpriee Elder Robert A Hopper aged 72 years died suddenly Monday night at his home in Santa Ana California of kidney placeWIMr Hopper was for more than forty years aileadinpMninister in the Christ ian church He was born in Nicholas county but in early manhood Weht to Missouri where he resided for some thing like twenty years He returned to Kentucky and for many years lived in this city preaching at several dif i- 1TheSunand Daily Herald 21 4seSun t 41 anWeekly irI CourierJournalI I 750 r Lap Robes t J We have a beautiful and excellent line of Winter Lap Robes THEY MUST GO And to make them go we are willing to lose t money upon them Come in and price them and take one home with you Winter has not yet commenced earnest and the indications are thatshe will be found lounging in th tap of spring You will need a heavy robe jIJtOdds EndsI i Remnants T 4prtcWill be sold at what they will bring Indeed we will almost be tempted toilet you name the price and take thegoods Odds ends in p nts will give you an opportunity to buy a good of Pants for little money We can not begin to name the articles ije placed on theOdds and Ends and Remnant Coun ter Come in and seeCome early You will find many bargains 1 IIFelt Boots and Rubbers come under the head of Slaughter Bed Blankets and comforts are also likewise caught in this t great current of reduction in prices g r Ride Long Distance Buy Goods From A t T NOTES 111issreq Suanees t night LebanonI h ferent churches in this and adjoining counties while he made Lebanon his home Later he moved south and finally to California Two brothers J W Hopper of the CourierJournal- and D M Hopper of Santa Ana Bul TanInerThe Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild pleasantlinahd Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Every box warranted Get a free sample at Red Cross Drug Store Springfiald and try them Lost a Finger t Lebanon Enterprise MrBen Tl iBlanford engineer on the Louisville and Nashville met with a painful ac cident Sunday evening He was oiling his engine preparatory to making his run from Louisville to Greensburg when the hostler started the engine The wheel caught the little finger jof his right hand cutting it off completely and bruised the other fingers of the same hand considerably He is a nephew of Mr T W Blanford pf this city and a brother of Mr Herman Blanford the well known local painter i i t I f +t The Sun j andWeekly t 1i Herald r t 1 25I w 2 SUBSCRIBERS OF THE SUN WILL BE GIVEN+ THE BENEFIT Of CLUBBING RATES WITH ANY PAPER OR MAGAZINE THE UNITED STATES i + +tt+ + + tf Ht + ++ 41ft Jt t I 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1907 L I SPRINGfIELD SUN ISSUED EVPRY WEDNESDAY Ii iSUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance ii J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher iLgym91114 as secondclass matter w w TERMS OF IUBSCRIPTION W a i IVBixMonthsThree Months UI 25 Ai VIn writing to haveFour address changed always give the e to which i s as wen as tUo pogtoffice to which you w wfioitwnt Ii ITS A LUCKY fHIHC FOR HARQYr ir w If Harry Thaw had been the son of a poor woman his finish would have been witnessed many months ago He would now be sleeping his last long sleep and W hispoor old mother bowed low under the weight of misery and disgrace would be praying to God for a surcease of sorrow w for the tides to come in frpm the great mystic seas ot an unknown world and bear tier soul away from a hearthstone and a universe of heartaches The shadows never leave the heart of a mother when an offspring dies an ignoble death And wheres the woman or the man who would blame Harry Thaws mother for to save the boys ithatwomana woman who will spend in With the tlawsher thousands will win justice t will be defeated and Harry Thaw will wialk from the tombs a free man buta despicable sneaking assassin When the laws oi the land =those allpowerful laws of which we Americans boastthe bedrocks of our institutions thee pillars ot our civilization engage in combat with hoardedup coin of the realm the laws thwarted and whipped and mad as worthless as a bunch of las years almanacs If Harry Thaws lawyers th most brilliants in the world on of whom is paid the fabulous fe- of 100000 can not dethron- justice by presto change meth ods with technicalities or juggle ry then the insanity dodge will resorted to The jury will hea the evidence of exoerts and the wrangling of lawyers look into the prisoners wild eyes become cdnfused go into the jury room and disagree the next best thing to an acquittal Harry will be allowed bail andthat will settle itIJustice The Mighty will be as a stuck pig in a slaughter house and filthy lucre will strut away with the trophies ol battle eButwhen the cost is summed bupfound that Mrs Thaw has pai 1jinglersOutfor a 30cent ingrate To the public itwill seem that she cheated herself J Qne iriillfon dollars for A raga bone and a hank ot hair Ridiculous But the mother will be sat fled She no dcubtwouldspend her last cent and become a pa per leave her palatial home and a hut battle with pover abidetyand hardships and beg upon the streets if these things were r necessary to save this worthless one S There is nothing out of heaven prettier than a mothers love The reputations ol weather prophets have been greatly dam aged this winter Weather charts have been maliciously misleading sand a menace to the public IPbdlvfour crop ot 1907 i tjtr L i r i EEEEEEEEE4FEEEEEEEEEE EEEE E EFFi EEic EiE EFEE EEcF FEES W MHI JONES T h w II Has Built Up a Great Business In Springfield Pays m W V to the Farmers of Washington County Over 100000 Annually T 1jIiWatihm ton county Hustle and then hustle some more is his motto If he receive a on Monday calling for a carload W n iof chi kens for Saturday HE SHIPS ON SATURDAY ia full carload and thatShipmtnt is to it He advertises in CCbtg black type and come in from the byways and W highways Mr Jones has built up an immense business in Spring Weld and pays to the farmers ofTannually Hes a member of the big Jones family and is one ofw Iitho e fellows who helps to make the old world move withahum T It m EEE EEEEEEEEFEEEEFEE JEEEFEEEEEEEEEE FEEEEFFEEEEEEEE Heath Officers are now demanding that telephone trans mitter and receivers be dis nfec ted Of course microbes ate not sent by wire but they arec rried in aim st every other concel ablbI way and no doubt it wi Q occasionally disi feet phone However Dine cqntend that conversation are often ery hard to ca and as1hiy are paying for the privilege of catching and bein- gcaughtthey are afraid that if the germsare removed there will be times f when a fellow cant teleIphone thedsuspension of a paper in the Ohio penitentiary because the only printer in the pen had served takeeouttoagai breathe the free air of oef convicte oehorsee or a nigger somewhere in the State of Ohio as he desires thee peoplrthat the p en is mightier than the swor11 The automobile trust and the people of Ohio are fighting But the chances are that the auto lwill figqt and run away an live to fight another day Nev ertheless thepeople auto fight the l auto tr ist Mr J J Botto of Boston Net son county in a letter to The Sun renewing his subscription corIman Vernor e wn here in the crawfish end of Nelson county are for him for President or anything else We are glad to announce this week that the Thaw jury has been completed Jack Chinns Corn Crop Home Journal Col Jack Harrodlurg Ky cannot be IFarmers gold bricks seedless ap tipsun races etc but in ag ricultural matters he is always ready to investigate modern methods and adopt them if he finds common sense andreason to back them Last year we reported his plan for making tobacco and his success when markettDuring the past year Col Chinn has been watching the Farmers Institutes held in the various counties and seems d to brthe experts at these institutes The Harrodsburg Herald Col Chinns home paper saysI Last spring Col Jack Chinn planted afteer conducted the Farmers Institute here He bought the selected seed gave the ground the shallow culture arid fol lowed instructions to the letter The result was beyond his anticipation His 17 acres averaged a yield of 21 yieldt idot t to nine barrels to the acre The Sun and Daily Herald 2 STOCKdEDITOR SUNI have just returned from a short trip through Indi ana and Kentucky m the interest of my business of handling Duroc highHogsii priceshere They are but they are even higher in other places I saw fat ho s shipped from Indiana last Wednesday at 665 at snipping sta tions and stock hogs change hands at 7 and 71 cents and every where assf everybody was hunting for them I came back to Kentucky and fineuhorses had good whiskey Well you can stick another flower in that bunch aiid call it the Big Four for Kentucky undoubtedly had the best red hogs I saw any whe e both in individuals and breeding Some pea ple mar say the hog has nobusiness in the above class Well he may not anyhow he is nearly King at the present price and demand Well as I sai I came back to Kentucky and bought I paid for them Yea j Lord bUt I paid for em But I have got the goods Its hats off to nobody rowln thered hog business I want to say to my friends and in the coming spring and summer I will be able to IturrI ish them any thing they may want In pairs or trios Ofno akin J E SHELBY t pringfield Ky R F D No1 1 efojf P1o J j t ij 1r P II1II I Iyt Head of High Grade 1 r I 1 IT JarseC- OwSHeircrs y I- I1 1 I Will be Sold on the Street in Springfield 1ITA Ik II Sale at 130 p m 1 Some of these Cows are Fresh with young Calves I Some will be fresh in March and April These toWs II are guaranteed to be high grade and will be sold un 1- I der a gurrantee I w Terms Made Known on iTf Day of Sale 1 A I PositvelyThese Cattle will be sold on that day + INo 1 H THURMAN I H R THOMPSON 1 L9rSPARROW Wade Case sold a sow and pigs to John Car er for 23 Jeff Case sold a sow and pigs to John Carter fort 25 W C Cammack sold a weanling calf to ChaS Stinnett for 15 R H Hahn sold 40 acres of land to Peter Peach for f1000 Miss Ora Dadisman who has been visiting in Louisville has returned home Mrs Susan Hickman who mqyed xk Louisville recently is visiting inthis communityR and wife Were in Van buren one day last week shopping Mrs Allie Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa spent from Wednesday till Friday with Mrs Dave Yocum at Leathers store J C Stewart and family spent one day last week with his mother near Black KyJ Mr J D Terrell and Miss Ella Davis were married at the home of R M Richardson on Jan 20th Rev J A Simms officiating Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple sailed across the swolen waters of Chaplin river in a boat and went to the home of the groom where a bounteous fedst awaited them Mrs Frank Redmon died at her home near here od Jan 21 Deceased was foriyfoar years of age She had been sick only eleven days but tier suffering was intense from the time she was taken until her death She was a kind Christian woman and bore hersuffering with patience never mur mering The funeral services were conductedat the house by Rev H P Hatchett after which the body was laid to rest in the Fairmount cemetery She is survived by her husband and j eight children besides a mother three sisters and seven brothers The entire community joins in extending sympa thy to the bereaved ones May they not sorrow as those who have no hope but rather rejoice to know that their loved one is at rest safe on Jesus breast MOORESVILLE James M Wall sold a fouryearold gelding to Sidney Gordon for 100 Edd Pile sold a fouryearold mare to Owen Ellis for 100 Miss Lucy A Moore fell one night last week and sustained injuries Irom a which she is suffering considerably- Mr E A Boblitt purchased a tract of land containing 23 acresfrorn Em mett Settle at 50 dollars per acre Possession was given Feb 1 There will be preaching eyery first and third Sunday at 11 oclock a m and on the first Saturday in each month at 2 p m at New Hope church Bro Benight has accepted the call and a liberal salary has been promised him Messrs B M Cull and Johnnie Ellis visited friends and relatives at Bloom field last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie were in Springfield last Thurs dayMr Columbus Cheatham and wife visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Cull last Saturday and Sunday Mr Edd Yocum wife and daughter Martha visited at Tatham Springs last weekr Miss Mollie Hines a popular school teacher of Booker is spending this week with Mr and Mrs Preston Moore Mr Tony Wall has returned from Simmstown Mrs Fannie Huston and children of Chaplin spent sevqral days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs T D Sweeney rThere was a good crowd at New Hope Sunday Messrs George Moul and Jesse Pile were in Springfield Saturday on busi ness Mr Wells and daughter Miss Verna Public Sale Saturday Feb 9 On the above date at 1 oclock I will offer at public sale on the farm known as the John Simms farm sit uated two miles from town on the Mackville and Springfield pike the following property One two horse Wagon one buggy rIhessone Brood Sow Also my Household and Kitchen Furniture TERMS CASH James Mile JI 1 of Tatham Springs visited Mr and Mrs Edd Yocum Saturday and Sunday Misses Lillie and Emma Pile visited their brother at Booker Saturday and Sunday Mrs Kirsch of near Maud visited her daughter Mrs Bam Pile Tuesday Miss Fairy Lyddane visited her par onto at Midway Saturday and Sunday Mr Robert Snider was called to Tay lorsville last week by the serious illness of his father Mr Prentice Boblitt of Springfield attended church at New Hope Sunday Mr George Moul visited his sister Mrs Jesse Pile of Booker last Satur day night j Miss Josie Violette has returnedio- her home in Louisville Four more joined the iA Si oiB Saturday night r Mrs Josie Settle and d gbt r Elizabeth and Mrs Emmett Settle and son Harry of Booker visited Mr Ham Pile and family last Saturday Oats of African Origin Oats are said to have originated ir northern Africa SkirtsThave which I am closing Out IfIil can fit ouscan selll to you because the skirt and the price wursuii Mrs Williams r r r d t r i r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1907 5 Felt Boots I H IWe have a large stock of felt boots which weIare now offering at Very low prices If felt were ever neeeed they are needed nov and the indications are will be needed for many more weeks Itis necessary to keep your feet warm and dry if you would ward o colds and pneumonia Come in today and get aIPairi of these boots They may save you a a drug billtheY nay save you life I Lap Robes I LapIWe haye in stock a assortment of lobe and are preparedto quote you some pnces Come tosee us I I lj Grundy 7fTI Mclntire L a jt Dr J MBurtonRES- IDENT DENTIST r Tfeeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First cI sLSpringfield Ky Office in Ha Ron Block up stairs Local News Notes FOR RENTTwo rooms second floor Peoples Bank Building Heat water and light furnished If you have trunks household goods or other articles to be transfered you will save time money and wprry by calling on the Springfield Transfer Company Depot phone 22 w J L ALLEN Prop Dont forget the skating rink is open every Friday afternoon from 230 to 5 Admission and skating 20 cents J K Walls and Dave Simpson sold a crop of tobacco last week that amounted to 2136 Owner may have stray cow on my place by paying for this notice and her keep Cow is dark red about ten years old and shows good milk qualities IiI W T Stigall FOR RENTTen acres of land for corn and four for tobacco Good dwelling house outbuildings and barns Or chard and garden Located on Spring field and Perryville pike near Bethle hem church C L jBRADY Springfield Ky STRAYEDTwo young steerone a dark Jersey weight 600 one red steer weight about 450 Strayed from the N B Rileyplace near WiHisburg four or five weeks ago Reward pd It RICHARD RILEY f Public Sale Hand t Stock and JingImPlements jSaturdayFeb 16 1907 4r Having decided to quit farming we will on the above date commencing at 10 oclock p m sell to the highest and best bidder our farm stock etc situ ated near Mooresville Ky on good road onehalf mile from the Springfield and Bloomfield turn 7J miles from Springfield and 1 J miles from Booker 2 miles from Vally Hill two shipping noints on L N Railroad FARMThe farm contains aboVa 156 acres of sugar tree black walnut and limestone land and is in a fair staw of cultivation Convenient to church and school The farm has on it a 6 rpom dwelling with halls s pantries Ptr Iffood stock barn one 17 acre tobacco barn other outbuildings all new 10 25acresacres in tim ber of all descriptions m grass acco you are looking for Anyone desiring a good home might do well by looking over this We will great pleasure in showing you around Stock water ponsand never failing springs the year round Possession given March 1 STOCK ETC1 Fancy Harness mare 3yearsold 1 fancy saddle and harness mare 3yearsold 1 nice harness gelding 3yearsold 1 nice black har ness gelding 2y 1 work and brood mare in foal 7yearsold 1 work and brood mare bred to Jack 8 yearsold 1 extra goon work mule 8yearsold 4 good milk cows wit be fresh not over 4years old 2 nice heif ers be fresh in April a weanling steers good stock 12 sows all bred 35 shoats will weigh from 50 to 125 pounds 3 fat hogs will weigh 200 each I FARMING YIiPLEAiENTS Milwaukee Binder in good ordEr 2 mooring machines good as new 1 Thomas hay rake 2 2horse plows 2 CultIvators 3 double shovels l Disc harrow l A Harrow 2 Jumping shovels and turning 12horse wagon old Hickory No 3 alinost new 2 buggies and harness only used a short time Hoes of every description saws diggers chains wagon harness tlow harnessI axes wedges etc and other things too numerous to mention 10000 tobacco sticks 1 stack milletjt hay bushels corn some wheat 1500 pounds of meat 150 pounds of lard 20 geese about 100 young hens 8 fine turkeys 7 hens a fair set of blacksmith tools old binders old wagons old Buggies a Brake cart etc I Will Also Sell My Household and Kitchen furniture Consisting of An E tel organ a new Range coo kilg stove chairs rockers beds and bed st dsrrori and wood tables of all kinds in fact most every thing SALE JO BEGIN AT 10 OClOCKDINNER ON THE GROUND TERMS On real estate onethird Cash balance in 1 2 and 3 years with six per cent interest from date On Personality 10 and under Cash over 10 twelve months time will be given on notes welt indorsed and payable in either Bank of Springfield with 6 per cent interest from date 6 A BENEDICT SONS a4 Q oOof LTTTiTiTil = 1I isr Interesting letters from Long Run Hillsboro Happy Hollow and McIntire were received too late for publication this week These letters will be printed in our next IssuertOFFICE HOURS Dr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 t09 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can from now on be found in his of fice during these hours The topics to be discussed on next Sunday at the Baptist church is as fol lows In the morning Regenation at night The Divinity of Jesus Christ On Saturday Feb 16 bids will be let for building a turnpike leading from Fitzgeralds old tollgate to Mr Ray bornslme Committee will open bids at school house on Mayes Creek and contract will be awarded FARMS FOR SALEWrite W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for Sale He has what you want STRAYEDA cow white and red spots Will weigh 1000 Infer mation will be appreciated DENNIS THOMPSON Litsey Ky On last Monday morning Miss Nancy Mattingly and Mr Obe Philips were married at the rooms of Mr and Mrs Oliver Gribbins Rev Williams offi cratedLosTAn A A Waterman fountain pen the finder will please return to W H Williams and receive reward Creamery butter milk will be deliver ed to you at your home in Springfield at lOc per gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrot or the creamery The Board pf Supervisors at their last annual meeting raised the tax pay ers of Washington county about 217 000 The Sun 1 a year County organizer Wm Nally will speak at Pleasant Groye Thursday night and Mooresville Friday for pur pose of organising A S of E locals He will speak at Texas Saturday night Feb 9 I haye a greato many books out loaned the parties having them under stand yery well that when they return them that they can get anyone or more if theywant them of the books I have Please come to see me and get other books RespectfullyJ MPTON The Springfield Creamery began operating yesterday making 72 pounds of butter It was intended to commence the 1st of February but the machinery was not running in perfect order causing the delay However it is now thought that everything will run smoothly NOTICE LADIEsShrager Brothers have an interesting half page ad in this issue They announce that they have an expert tailor with them and will make ladies and Misses skirts at 1 each jyou to furnish the goods trim mings etc Any style fit and satisfaction guaranteed NOTICE The Washington County Farmers Club is requested to meet in Springfield on Saturday Feb 9th at 2 oclock p m in the Court House for the purpose of electing delegates to the State Farmers Institute which will meet in session at Shelbyville February 26 27 and 28 J R CLAYBROOKE Pres W C F C Auctioneer S M Campbell reports the public sale of Robt Simpson In Nelson county January 31 as follows Farm brought 9425 and was bought by Simpson Bros Stock sold wall Corn brought from 48c to 53c a bushel Mr Campbell also reports court day sales at Harrodsburg last week as being good Seyenty five head of cattle were sold steers for 446 and twentyfive heifers at 15 per head A lot of shoats were on the market One milk cow sold for 2750 and one bay mare at r30 a nice sorrel mare at 11- 0NOTICE l STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY COURT Ont the 14th day of January 19f 7 T p Wells executed to the undersig ed as assignee for the benefit of all his creditors a general deed of assign menteAll persons having c aims against said assignor or assigned estate are hereby notified to present the same to the undersigned properly verified on or before the 7th day of March 1907 at the law office of W C McChord in Springfield Washington County Ken tu ky where I willsit for the purpose of receiving said claims This the 29th day of January 1907 C P WELLS 12 Assignee of T D Wells The Sun and Daily Herald 2 1 Bowling Items ILast Wednesday night the Big StarsIIThe Big Four won second game by 20 and third game bv 23 pins The Main Street Stars won first game by 106 pins e Lebanon will probably send a bowl ing team over one night this week to compete with the team of this place cigarslast The following players bowled over 200 during the week Jim Shultz 251 T C Campbell 228 224 216 and 204 Harry Reed 238 and 221 Will Greene 211 201 and 200 Len Allen 201 and 200 Lebanon this week perhaps Campaign Openedh The local option campaign was opened in Lebanon last night a mass meet ing being held in that cityand address speakersidress of the evening The meeting was largely attended and much enthusiasm was manifested Local option people are claiming the election by a safe majority but both sides are making a vigorous campaign Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for m the Springfield Post Office for weekending Feb 6 1907 Mrs Sallie Barnett Chapman An derson Richard Carrico Mrs Harry Hampton Mrs Belle Mattingly Mrs Mattie Montgomery When calling for the above please say advertised and give date W A WATERS Postmaster FEN WICK Miss Rose Adams has gone to Louis ville to teach in the Baptist Orphans HomeIMr and Mrs W F Logsdon spent Sunday with Mrs W G Adams Mrs Will Homan and children and Mrs Hines and daughter Mary Agnes spent Sunday with the family of C W OderMessrs Stanley Rogers and Irvine Thompson left Saturday for West Lou isvilleMr Martin Spalding of Union county is visiting relatives here Miss Kelly of Decatur Ill is visiting her parents at this place Mr W T Barker bought a horse from George Powell for 125 Mr Elmer Anderson formerly of tins place and Miss Ruby Pottinger of ethsemane were quietly married at t hat place last Sunday JMiss Retta Barker and Loraihe Wal ston spent Sunday with Miss Anna Lpgsdon Mr J W Barker spent Sunday at- iliehomeofJDBarkc Miss Lizzie Harmon is visiting rela tives and friends at this place Mrs John Hall js visiting her mother Mrs Raney of this place Sun and Herald2- pioO0ootl eoeoe- ooeoeoeoeoooeooeoeoeoeo e eo eoeQeoeDeo eoe O aeoeooeooeaoe eoeoeoeoe eDeOeOO OeOOOoo eoeQ- oeoepeoeoeoe eoeoeoeoeOe oooeooeoeOeOOeOOOoeaoooa ORCHARD r GRASS SEED FOR SALE i AT CUNNINGHAM DUNCANS QUOQQeOoeOftQQce aeooooeoa r3e0 ooo Qa- 0090e ea aeoeoooeaeoaeo- OQ utieoeooeoeoeaeoeooaen Qeoeo aeoeoaoepaeoe- oeae oepeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeo- aeaeoeQoepeoeaeae aettK- 1oa ciOett iecte rie ei oo I Picture Frames l picturesanyonable best w- orkMirrors mirjrorsto Repairing reIpairigRepair Shop The beSt work at the most reasonable prices t Geo B Taylor oeooeoe oeoeoeoeoeooeo I Personal Notes o e e 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks a Personal News e cJ ooeooeoeoeoeooeooeoiooj Mr Will Curry of Louisville is the guest of friends aril relatives here Mr R Y McElroy of Lebanon was here Monday Miss Ella McAtee of Cincinnati is the guest of her sister Mrs Teresa Hagan Mr C R Grundy was in Lebanon one day last week Miss Rose Mackjn has returned to her home in Lebanon after a few days stay with Miss Margarite Hagan Mrs Rll McElroy was in Lebanon Saturday Mr Sanford Vanarsdal of Owens bore was called here by the death of his sister Mrs Williams Mr C W Homan left Saturday for a business trip to Pittsburg MrH M Moss and John Wharton were in Lebanon Friday Mr Oscar Curry left Tuesday for San Antonio Texes where he will re main several months for his health Mrs Sallie Shaunty left Tuesday for Texas where she will spend the winter with her son Dr Geo Shaunty of Louisville spent seyeral days with his mother at Frederickstpwn Mr George Medley is at home for a few days Mr HR Thompson returned Sun day from a trip South Dr and Mrs H D Rodman of Louisville are visiting her pister Mrs I H Thurman Misses Annie Miller and Carter of New Hope are the guests of Mrs W F Trusty =Mrs W E Leachman has returned home after a visit to her mother Mrs Leahy of Crescent Hill Mr Glare Goddard of Harrods burg was here today on businesa Aunt Mary Thompson suffered an other severe attack of acute tion Monday but is now much betterIand is considered out of danger tofof his sister Mrs Williams Friday Messrs Wil Brown and Will Hus ton werelhere Sati day lSpringfie1dvisiting his sisters Mesdames G Q Wharton and Will McElroy Mrs Jennie Thompson of South l Louisville is the goest of friends ndIrelatives here Misses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Louisvilleths r 0Hon T Scott Marburg today on legal business Mr M H Jones was in burg Monday and Tuesday on HarrodsjDr W E Grume of town was in town Monday Mrs Fred Mangett of Louisyjlle is the guest of her parents here Mr W Grigsby was in liar rodsburg the first of the weekon busi nessMr Alex Montgomery has returned td his home in Meade county after a visit to his mother MrsHar riett ttMrs Mary Forscythe of Harrods burg attended the funeral of iMrs Rodman Williams J Mr Guthrie Wilson of rdStownIwho is a candiiatefor a place on the Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration from the Third Appellate District was in town this Week in behalf of his candidacy Everybody Should knoW businessmannica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a eof piles talklingc M COMBINATION SALE OF HIGH CLASS HORSES TO BE HELD AT Danville Ky Feb 19OF Reid Co will sqlltl25 select Business Horses consisting of Saddle Har ness Coach and a fine teams Also young Stallions for Saddle and Harness by Bourbon Chief 976 DorseyGolddust 12052 Prince Rupert 887Cecilian Chief 33698 c The produce from Kentyckys best blood will be represented A Royal- Opportunity Sweetheartsl is certain te present itself When it does say the words youve beautifulr I IthumgjASenebG of me To eSlL tilIi t5iI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1907 s r A Few MillS Overcoats 150 o40 for INTEREST LADIESTHE OF SPRJNGFIELD AND WASfllNGTOfj COUNTY Shrager who was recently engaged in the + + dry business in Springfield has opened a Tailoring Establishment in the room formerly occupied in the building by Shrager BrosJob Lot and will here until I H impossible for him to secure a 1 room longer tnan that date y Mlns MUSIC TREED FIDDLER KEPT WOLVES DANCING UNTIL THEY DROPPED FROM FATIGUE STEPS CHANGED WITH TUNES Minnesota Homesteader Bound For 34 Dance Interrupted by Wild BrutesMakes Them Waltz to Death Wirt MinnThe only man in this part of the country that can play a fiddle worth while is Henry Hinkens a homesteader whose services are always in demand whenever the lum berjacks give a dance which they did the other night at Houpt After Hinkens lad eaten his supper and done the evening chores about his place he put his kit under his arm and started on the sevenmile tramp through the woods to Houpt There was considerable snow on the ground the thermometer was hovering about the zero mark and the sky was clear and brilliant with stars Hinkens trudged along the lonely trail whist ling the latest dance tune and occa sionally slapping his hands together to keep them warm He had gone but a couple of miles when he heard the distant bay ofa wolf He paid no attention to it for wolves are common in this section and rarely attack a man unless pressed by f hunger Nevertheless when he heard several answering howls Hinkens quickened his pace and occasionally threw an apprehensive glance over this shoulder It was not long before ihe discovered that half a dozen big gray fellows were trotting down the trail after him only a few hundred yards away The homesteader was unarmed and eeIng a giant pine partly broken off by the wind near the trail decided to ascend It In the hope that the wolves would pass him by unnoticed Be reached the top of the stump a tri fle over six feet above the level of the snow none too soon for the band of wolves instead bf passing on down the trail followed his footsteps to the Moot of the pine and seeing their prey treed sat dowfr on their haunches and waited developments Nothing happening one big fellow apparently the leader of the band sud denly leaped at Hinkens feet which Terft hanging carelessly down the side f te tree trunk Hinkens drew them f 1 Skirts Made SI us the Cloth Etcand we will matte you any style Skirt you may desire for the low price of 100 for Ladies and Misses fit and We haven expert workman one who has pent many years designing and mak ing skird This is 3 rare A Few Shirts 10 cents each pairScents Fleeced lined Uudershirtsgood quality 35c A few Suits for Children at very low prices IL=Pants L CHARMS SAVAGE 8REAST r Skirts Made OF see how near they could come to niP ping the treed homesteader Einkens began to find their amusement rather tiresome and remembering to have hedrd somewhere that these is a charm in music which soothes the savage breast decided to try the effects of a tune upon the wolves He unloosened his tit drew The Wolves Danced In Unison with the Music the fiddle to his chin and after a little preliminary tuning up started in with his favorite Teasing Teasing I was Only Teasing Your The effect upon the brutes was in stan neous They stood stockstlll for an instant with ears pricked up as is curious to know whence came the lively music Then t eti11 force of the catchy ragtime seemed to strike them and swaying their bodies in unison with the notes of the music they began what Hinkens afterward said was the best imitation of a cake walk he had ever seep The big gray leader was especially active and cut more fantastic pigeon wings than the biggest buck that ever led a walk By the time Teasing was f nished Hinkens had warmer to the work and struck MO the Blub Danube waltz and again the timber wolve per formed their gyrations In unlspn with the music Hinkens likes to fiddle with him it Is a Jabor of love So he continued to play waltz following waltz with a twostep thrown in now and then and an occasional divergence to ragtime And the wolves leaped and bounded to thA strains of tho musts f t 75c LADIES Morris goods Ladies Opera Store remain March being for IBring trimmings ridiculously Perfect satisfaction guaranteed opportunity Overalls40 250 Skirts on Hand 150 and x50 We have in stock Two Hundred and Fifty Skirts which j we will dispose of ai prices very low mideed lower than the goods can be bought in many Towns For instance ix 600 and 800 Skirts 915O and 350 Jt Come In at once and Examine These Goods THEY MUST GO t ember that we leave here March I Bring us the Cloth l make you a skirt for 1 We will make skirts from any kind of goods also from any pattern you wish t i Shrager Bros t slfie3h LADIEsoRe Apparently it had become a contest letween man and beast to see which would tire first Hinkens felt that hffj reputation was at stake and sawed tune after tune out of his fiddle with such vigor and animation that he did not notice the lapse of time When however the lumberjacks theYIJ a party of them started down the trail to look for him They had gone about half the distance when they were puz zjed to hear the strains of a waltz wafted on the night air from the woods a little way off the trail They started to investigate and discovered Hinkens perched on top of the tree stump fiddling away for dear life Five big gray wolves were stretched out on the snow apparently dead while one immense fellow was circling round and round with faltering step and drooping head trying in vain to keep time to the exhilarating strains of the waltz which was flowing under Hlnkenss skilful manipulation of the bow They gave a shout and Hinkens dropped his fiddle to the ground and himself followed it His arm was so tired he could scarcely raise It but he was able to whisper in a husky tone I outstayed em anyhow The wolves were speedily despatch ed and Hinkens was lifted on the shoulders of the sturdy Jacks and carried Jo the dance hall where he played for he balance of the night KILLS HIMSELF AT A WEDDING Ceremony Delayed By Bride and Women Becoming Hysterical NewYork Feb 4 Standing In the doorway of an apartment where guests had assembled 40 witness a wedding a stranger supposed to bo Ulderlc Hugron of Waterbury Ct blew out his brains Death was Instantaneous The bride and many women guests became hysterical and the marriage ceremony was delayed an hour while the coroner held an impromptu In quiry The guests declared Ignorance of the suicides Identity Whipped For Cruelty Morgantown KyAbout 30 masked men called out Jesse Phelps and took him about onehalf mile from this place and whipped huin severely Phelps was accused of cruelty to his 3yearrold child by stickinghor with pins and burning her with a hot poker Call Primary For April 2 Frankfort KyA primary election to be held on Tuesday April 2 next to select the democratic nominee fOr rail road commissioner for the 2ci railroad bytheCapital hotel here r t y91 In Opera House Building Springfield Ky c CALIFORNIA GIRL MADE PRISONER BY A BOSSY Cow Snaps Lock of Stable While She Was Feeding Pet HorseIs Found Asleep Vallejo CatThe disappearance and strange return of Miss Elizabeth Keith Pond daughter of Commander Pond of Mare island is still the talk of this place and naval headquarters It appears that Commander and Mrs Pond went to Oakland to spend the She Spent the Night In the Barn day a Their daughter called in the evening upon a friend at Mare Island and on the way back to her home so the story goes stepped Into the sta bles to feed her favorite horse While so engaged an old cow that was loos ed pushed the door shut while reach ing for a wisp of hay The door had a spring lock and Miss Pond found herself a prisoner She tried to at tract the attention of a marine sentry by pounding on the door and find ing her summons unanswered she made a bed in the hay with a horse blanket and calmly went to sleep while half the naval force of the Unit ed States on the Pacific coast threw out a skirmish line a mile long and practically dragged the Island for hevr Miss Ponds explanation is as fol lowsI was not frightened at all she said for the simple reason that there was nothing to be afraid of I was surprised when that cow pushed the door shut and it was very dark I hammered on the door and called out but as no one answered I laughed at 2 h It = A Few Coats and Vests tcp 150 TO Douse at ShirtskA Few fOe acHi t my predicament and decided to make the best of things I talked to Dick a while and called again and crawled Into the hay and lay dow to sleep until morning I went to sleep and was sleeping soundly as I heard nothing of the noise that made to find me I didnt know wasI I was when I woke up this but when I saw Dick looking at me put of the stall I remembered Fierce Fight With Hawk Baltimore States Attorney Bus sey of Baltimore county learned a hawk haJ lodged In a tree in his yard at CockeysVille through a commotion among the phlckens Mr Bussey shot the hawk Which fell to the When he went toward it the haw showed fight going at him with out stretched lings Running back ijr Bussey fired his second barrel but ttie shot only made the hawk more Infuri ated It mAde another attack on the attorney who turned and ran Seiz ing a club he again returned and the fight between man and hawk began in earnest Mr Bussey landed blow on the hawks head This stun nod it and enabled the man to kill it Lays Empty Egg Shells Bedford IndWilliam Medows of this city has a white Wyandotte he that lays empty egg shells The shell- are large well shaped and resemble an ordinary egg but they contain neither yolk hor white matter One shell Is laid each day by the hen Greatness and Wisdom He Is groat who can do heIwishes he is wise who wlsh to do what ho caniflanIRefused Squeal MiddlesboroKyJohnScott plead ed guilty to the charge that ho mur Jared Ike Napper and was given a life sentence in the penitentiary Scott says he was hired to kill Napper but refused to say by whom Slightly Improved Orlean N Y Feb 4 Former Qov Frank W Higgins passed a good day Dr Hibbard said the patient is slight ly better Dr Schott left Monday morning saying the symptoms are slightly Improved To Rebuild Kingston Kingston Jamaica Feb iThe reconstruction committee appoint d b Archbishop Nuttall to carry out posals for the rebuilding of the proI met and passed a resolution to 31loanSyracuse Neb leb4Aftor seti ting fire to his fathers barn Jot Rammel a school teacher 34 years age t climbed into the hay mow and cut his throat His body with the barn and contents were consumed t w Star Distances There are very few stars whose disT knownne ferent estimates of the distances of these Yew vary by large amounts The nearest known star is Alpha tIn the constellation Centaur not visible from the northern lands of the eartha and one of the next nearest jis the little star in the northern constella tion Cygnus called 61 Cygnli The latest determination of this star makes its distance fiftythree millions of millions of miles This Is about eighteen millions of millions of miles xnProfagok fitr QuickLunch Railroad carL The Canadian Pacific railrpa has hit upon a new ideaa quickJunch counter car It is analogous to the ordinary railroad dining car except that there are no chairs or tattles tile space being mainly occupied with a capaable of accommodating 50 passengers at a time and equipped with a large cooking range There is also a Cellar a somewhat unusual feature in arrailway trainwhere refrigerated antitles of diet will be stored read for ecomespermanently popular Novel Souvenirs In the way of dinner and luncheon souvenirs there are now charming little Dresden flower pots of tiniest size containing perfect little china flowers These may be chosen ir facsimile of the actual flowers used on the table They are of the most fragile fiend exquisite workmanship and have been used by several hostesses of original ity serving the guests afterward ai charming additions to curio Cab inets When Cooking Steak cookingimproves keep In hot weather and when Wanted the process can be completed with im cellont results A Habit to Be Encouraged f theYhabit of keeping on hand a bottle o1IChamberlains Cough Remedy saves herself a great amount of uneasiness ro1ptoquickly cured by its use It counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in given as soon as the first symptoms of croup appelrit will prevent the attack remedy con tains nothing injurious and mothers ti give it to little ones with a feeling of rzin I r t i J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1907 1 PERFECTIPLAYER If you own a Piano and do not hlFarrand t Cecilia Piano you can get the Ceciliari Cabinet Piano Player The Cecilian The Cecilian GecilianrL The Cecilian TEAR MAIL TODAY lKyPleaseenyourbargainsj NameAddress State U STATE NEWS PICKUPS SETTLEMENT EfVECTED Between Dark Tobacco Growers and the Independents Paducah KyThe fight between dark tobacco growers and independ ent dealers in Lyon and Caldwell coun ties Kentucky which resulted in the town of Princeton being literally are rested and two enormous barns with contents of tobacco burned with losses t of thousands of dollars in property in Fredonia Eddyville Princeton and Kuttawa in the last several months was settled at Kuttawa Association members agreed to see that no more night rider raids were made and that anonymous letters to independents threatening harm to bpdy and property to force them Into the Association would cease As a result of the settlement four big tobacco firms invaded Kuttawa and are doing business CAVE Of Gigantic Size Is Discovered By Ac cident Near Elkhorn River Georgtown KY7The Indian refining employes while drilling for rock truck a gigantic cave This 4s located near the Q C railroad bridge and near Elkhorn river At first only 75 fett was reached by the plants chem ist who went In attached to a rope Having reached the end of this an electric bulb showed three passages l of seemingly Indeterminable length Theexplorer states that one of them seemed to be divided Into rooms while another appeared to dip under Elkhorn river and had the appearance of haying been a subterranean stream now dry The wallS are very smooth but slimy A rope and sounder would not touch bottom a depth of 300 feet at one point BURNING BOY Ran a Mile Through the Snow and Fell at His Door Dawson Springs KyHarry Scott Douglas Doris and James Workman IKJJ about 15 years old went into a Can be Attached to Any Plano and PlaycD by Anyone AmusJ You in That it Plays all the Popular Music of the Day Is a Help to 1 he Serious Student of Music It GiveS Access to the Vast fields of Musical Literature Is an i tducator and Assists Materially in Mastering Time Rhyth and form OfF t ij ogues the 628630 Fourth Avenue i coal mine and fllled their pockets with blasting powder They came out of the mine and started a fire at its mouth to keep warm As they stood around the fire emptying their pockets a fearful explosion occurred Scott was frightfully burned about the face and body and will probably die His clothing was completely burned from his body He ran through the snow for a mile to his home where he fell In a faint The other two boys were also badly burned NEVER DEFEATED Office Was Senator Cammack JudgeshipfFrankfort Ky While here State Senator J W Cammack of Owen county announced that he would be a candidate for circuit judge in the district composed of Boone Ow en Carroll and Gallatin counties Judge Menifee of WHJlamstown who was appointed by Gov Beckham as Judge Lassings successor will oppose Senator Cammack It Is said the com mltteemen favor a primary Senator Cammack won his spurs in the senate fighting for the county unit local op bill and has never been defeated for an office Loses Suit To Recover Fees Frankfort K11In the Franklin cir cult court Judge Stout sustained a demurrer to the petition In the case of R W Bingh county attorney of Jefferson county against S W Hager state auditor Inj which plaintiff sought to recover fees for sitting with the au ditors agent In Louisville iri the prose cution of tax suits in the c unty court His counsel declined to plead further and will take an appeal to the court of appeals for a final construction of the statute under which the action was Instituted Return To the Fold Lexington kjThe Kentucky uni versity which withdrew from the Ken tucky Intercollegiate Athletic association two yearfl ago on account of alleged unfair rulings of ithe executive committee had rejoined the usocJa tlon I t Piano PropositionS You dont have to LEARN to play the pianoNOT THIS ONE the Farrand Ceci1ian Piano for you or anyone else can play it play any kind of music thoughyouaheadthatssweettoneYou can play this piano with the finger just the same as you would an or whichisandforusedfarhayeyouexchange if you have one I For The Holidays 01Ve have made special effort this season to offer un resultitSave From 5O toS75on a new Piano When we can sell you a good reli samekindan idea what you can sage Some Special Bargains in Good Used Pianos 100 to 150 Old Instruments Taken as part Payment I 1seenPianos and Cecilian Piano Player MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Louisuille KyI For Grant tion PENANCE FINISHED By Martin Who For Seven Years Has Qone Hatless and Barefooted Lexington KyCla bourn Martin known throughout Kentucky as the Bronze Christ because he walked the streets hatless and with his feet bare no matter how coldot hot the weather has finished his seven years penance and announces that he will now wear his hat and shoes as other people He says that seven years ago the Lord told him he had sinned and that he should repent by suffering He said the spirit told him to bare his feet and head and make no complaint for seven years He was run out of a number of towns for his strange action BURST INTO THE HOME Shot a Little Girl and Was Then Killed By the Enraged Father Jackson KyEli LYkins a whisky peddler and alleged bad man came to a tragic end at Camp Christie a lumber camp nina miles north of here He entered the home of Marlon Ad kins In an Intoxicated condition and started to shoot up the place He had already shot one of Mr AdUInn little girls when Adkins grabbed his gun and shot Lyklns dead on spot Adkins came to town and surren dered to the authorities It can not yet be told whether the little girl will live EVERY BONE In thetElectrocuted Engineers Body Was Fractured Somerset KyJoseph Smith engi neer at an electric light and power plant here was electrocuted when at work It Is thought that he attempted to close the house and street circuits at the same time Smith was hurled several feet and every bone In his body was broken Twentytwo tundred volts passed through him LEFT A NOTE Saying He lolled Hrs Stepfather Defending His Mother Paducah Ky Because his stepfath er Charles Lewis assaulted his moth er Joe Faulkner a tie carrier who r came home sick went to the home of a neighbor secured a shotgun and re turning to the house blew Lewis head off Faulkner escaped leaving a note explaining that he was defending his mother i COUNTY TO PUT UP 100000 To Finance the Pooling of the 1906 Tobacco Crop Warsaw KyA i special meeting of the board of control of the Burley Leaf Tobacco association of Gallatln county held here representatives of the several banks of the county pro posed to put up 100000 to finance the pooling of the 1906 tobacco crpp The proposition was agreed upon and the tobacco will begin to come to the warehouses about February 15 Everything points to the ultimate success of the farmers movements so far as this county Is concerned Will Handle Tobacco Lexington KyThe Fayette board of control of local branch of the Amer- Ican Society of Equity has filed arti cles of incorporation here The ob ject of the organization it is stated Is to handle the tobacco In connection with the Burley obacco society and to see that each farmer gets a fair price for his product The largest amount of Indebtedness to be incurred is 20000 The Judge Relented Sheibyville KyCity Judge O T Kaltenbacher sentenced Chief of Police C J Sullivan of this dry for con tempt and fixed the penalty at six hours in jail but on the ground that It was the first offense the sentence was remitted The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the at tainment possible with the advanced knowlege of which the race is now possessed The critical period that de termines its duration seems to be between 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scienti fic tonic medicine that revitalizes every byHdydon al TUMULT IN tHE PARIS CHURCH AT THE FORMATION OF THE IN DEPENDENT FLOCK Police Were Called and Ejected Mili tant Catholics Before the Arch bishop Proceeded Paris Feb 4only the presence ol the policeprevented a riot at the old Barnablte monastery which has been reChristened the Church of the Holj Apostles where the French Apostolic Catholic church was inaugurated The announcement of the attempt tc organize a schism had stlrsed up the militant Catholics who organized a hostile reception with the intention of breaking up the services Handbills were distributed contain ing the words of a popular air describ ing Archbishop Vilatte head of the independent Catholic movement in America as an American monkey whom M Briand minister of public instruction and worship desired to make a French pope Several thousand persons were out side the church and scores of others penetrated the already crowded church Interruptions commenced as Boon as Father Roussin the pastor of the church began his sermon welcom ing the approaching Catholic inrte pendence and the dawning of the day when all the churches of Jesus Christ will unite In Christian chastity When he thanked Archbishop VI latte for aiding the French Catholics In establishing the first church saying he was consecrated by the Patri arch of Antioch the successor of St Peter a shout in the edifice He is excommunicated was the signal for a general tumult and Father Roussin finally was compelled to ask that the police be summoned About fifty hersons were expelled from the church and quiet was practically maintained until Archbishop Vilatte appeared on the altar In the archbJshopInstantly redoubled force 1most drowning his words Nevertheless he calmly continued saying he had been a mission ary for 3C years ant no savage tribe had ever prevente him speaking and concluding Eyed to those Who In terrupt and revile tme I say I will not excommunicate I wish you no Ill God be with you Amen A scorer more of other persons were then ejected before Archbishop Vilatte proceeded with the celebration of poqtlficial mass in which he observed the Catholic rites During the elevation of the host the militant Catholics Instead of kneel tog climbed their chairs In the meantime the police had cleared the streets outside the church and there were no demonstrations as the congregation left FIRE DESTROYS TOBACCO PLANT The Stock Materials and Valuable achinery a Total Loss Cincinnati Feb 4Raglng for over ten hours a fire that started In the basement of the Day andNight To bacco Co plant at Plum and Genesee streets entirely consumed the build ing and trio contents When nishl closed in on the still burning building all the floors had been food for the flames and despite the heroic efforts of the overtaxed fire deportment the stock materials and vr liable machinery on eVery floor of the flvestory building were mass of ruins The Intense cold froze the water as It fell and when the fire was under control s huge Iceberg was a mute evidence of the difficulties that had to be encountered In fighting the blaze The loss is estimated at 50000 Woman Dead j Man Will Live Auburn N Y Feb 4Asa Kenyon of Oneonta and Mrs Marie jDedrick of Syracuse In compliance according to the police with a suicide pact each drank the contents of an ounce vial of laudanum in a room at the Exchange beIllevedunder arrest The couple have been in Auburn for a week Common CoWs are the Cause fMany Serious Diseases Physicians who have gained a national reputation as analysts of the cause of various diseases claim that If catching cold could be avoided a 10D9list of dan geous ailments would never heard of Every one knows that pneumonia and consumption originate from a cold and chronic catarrah bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble are aggra vatedand rendered more serious by yuurlifeRemedywllop This remedy contains no opium morphine or other harmful drug and ofitreliabledealer aoaoa oooaonoo on0otTOO I Power Roller Mills J Jaao0 BEST FLOUR 0 OOoOa0 Cfoao In Springfield and many 5 other sections of Washington county our brands are sold tyy Buy them and get THE BEST AD B SUTHERLAND CHAPLIN KY 5 0 anoooOOOQ OOO THE SUN AND Both p peraryr Bryans Commoner L75 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Her1rIt 125 Nashville 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Sulphur creek on the ice his horse broke through and slipped under the ice and came near drowning before it iuld be broken from over him Mr and Mrs John Hungate visited at Greens Chapel Sunday Mr and Mrs Garret Clark of Wil lisburg arid Mr and Mrs Edd Yocum and little daughter of Mooresville visited at the home of M B Wells Thursday night Elisha White and family visited Mr Henry Scottgunday- Tatham was well represented at the larty given at the home of Mr Abra ham Philips of Antioch Saturday nightMr Jamos Snider is on the sick list Mr M B Wells and daughter Miss CONSTIPATION is no respec- terof age and it is just as ommon a condition among child ren as it is Vfitb their parentsThe condi tion is far more likely to reach an acute stage develop seri ouslywith the little folksbe cause of the ifficulty in detecting It Many a child has died from constipa or illness arising from it when it might have been saybd by the timely ofDr CIdwells Laxativeyru a sinThis is the greatest remedy known for correcting constipated conditions Dont wait until yourchild is affected but administer a of the medicine occasionallyt You will notice a perceptible change for the better a healthy color and a livelier disposition- Dr Cal well Syrup Pepiin Is a good thing to have in house because it is good for the whole family Qr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin can be obtained in both tollaran t halfdollar izes from all druggists Your money will be refunded If it does not benefit ydu Your postal card reduest wIn bring by rettum san our new 1 okletjDR CALDWELLS BOOS OF free sample to those rho have never tried this vroaderfaJ tMsedy Mothers write today PEPIINSYIIUPCO Meetlesfe Iltiesis ARED GROSS DRUG STORE r t n+ F Highest Market Pries f 11 j I 0lJt l Verna visited at Mooresville Saturday and Sunday Elisha Keeling moved to Pulliam last week Ea Foster moved to the place vacated by Mr Keeling Mr Sam Shields and family left last week for Illinois where they will make their future home Master Sammie colvin the little son of Mr and Mrs R P Colvin died on the night of Jan 27th Funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev H P Hathett at Willi burg the following Tuesday A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompfjcures have made Chamberlains Cough Reme dy a favorite with the mothersof small children It quickly cures their sough oftas soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass HARDETY Mr Lev Brown and wife of Springfield were the pleasant guests of Mr dayI in Willisburg Sunday afternoon Mr Clifford Kidwell has moved on Mr Sam Derringers farm near Valley Hill and Mr George Wilson of the Mt Zion neighborhood has moved on Mrs Eliza Mitchells farm Robert Gray has entered school at SpringfieldMr Cheschier and son Thur man were in Springfield Saturday Mr Robert Sutherland of Chaplin visited J H Gray and family Thursday nightMessrs Edgar and Ernest Gray and sisters Martha and ids attended church at New Hope Sunday toIas lacked some flooring and the weather has been so bad that he has been unable to get it sawed Lame Back This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or three times a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each application If this does not afford re lief on a piece of flannel slightly dampened Balm and quick relief is almost sure to follow For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass La keOverflowers INo 56 263 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock arp Price 40 per acre No 67163 acres 3 miles North of Mackvillepn Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre 1No 591Sgacres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco j barn good sfable an milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Price 30 per icre No 6033acres Smiles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty fa locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 virginIand buggy house Old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land t No 6215O acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barnsome timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63189acres in Nelson county 5 room welling on 12 acre plenty of timber 90 acresiof grass plenty Qf fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the finest tobacco arms in NeWon county Price 50 per acre Aral E t tlillni Ba O f LAKE Springfield Ky LOCUST GROVE Mrs Edd Janes and little daughter of Valley Hill are visiting Mrs Tom BakerLillian Leachman has returned from a visit to the Miss Edgerton Miss Tiny Reed spent Sunday with Mrs Decatur Dragoo Mrs A L Litsey has been called to the bedside of her brother Henson a Robertson who is dangerously ill near MackyiHe Mrs Bessie Birch was the guest of her aunt Mrs Bettie Gibbs of Willis burg Friday Mr James Claybrooke and wife are visiting her father Mr A L Litsey Mrs Will Merritt was the guest of Mrs Annie Smock of Springfield last weekMrs Cora McIlvoy was in Springfield Saturday shopping Mr W G Perkins and wife spent last week with their daughter Mrs Merrett Seay of Pleasant Grove Died at her home at Litsey on the 2nd inst Mrs Davis Williams wife- o Dr Rodman Williams aged about 24 years The family have thesym pathy of the entire community Eddie Leachman is visiting Eddie Lithe Mr Emmett Reedand Misses Sue and Bertha Edgerton attended a candy pulling at Mr Benedict Janes Thursday night Mr Tom Baker happened to a pain fuji accident Friday by having a stick ofi wood he was chopping strike him in the eye r Authors Flattered Themselves Balzac perhaps the greatest of novelists was conceited and passion- atelY ambitious he quite realized that he himself was equal to the most distinguished author of his own or any age Hume in introducing his essay on Miracles asserts that he has dis covered an argument which will be useful against superstition as long as the world endures Endorsed By The County The most popular remedy in Otsego County and the best friend of my fam ily writes Wm M Dietz editor nnd publisher of the Otsego Journal Gil bertsville N Yis Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an infallible c for coughs and colds mak ing short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house- I believe it is the most valuable pre scription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker Haydon Robertson Drugstore Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free V N SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persona who are scribers to The Sun insert free of adrortisementhofwhoatcorboataand farm proouctsHtocketc for or Land for sale or for rent not included but sorted in another department of the paper very low rates Mrs Matt C Mayes Springfield for sale 75 pure bred Brown Le Mrs Mayes will move to Springfield few days and desires to sell chickens as soon as possible Mrs W T Merritt Wilhsburg for sale a few M B toms28 and pounds beautiful colors at 7 Also a few M B hens14 and ofI pounds at 250 each Sherman Martin Springfield has sale a lot of Rhode island Reds 2 to 25 Mrs W Hi Leachman has for sale lot of Mammoth Bronze turkeys Mrs Katherine Settles Booker for sale a good black work horse work any where Mrs R B Cregor Lebanon F D No3 for sale lymoth Rock month cockrels at 50c each Miss Eliza McIntire Route 5 field has for sale Pure Mammoth turkeys My pen is headed by one Mrs Wrights prize wi 1sat the Louisville poultry show won first prize P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Duroc Jersey gilts andmales Call and see them C W Homan Springfield has for sale a good work horse E E Settles Booker has for sale one stort horn cow and calf and one half Jersey cow and calf Cows fresh good milkers H R Thompson Springfield has for sale a good fiv work mule J G Adams Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale a lot of hay J M Elder Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale 14 head of mules Some broke some unbroke James Oder Booker wants to buy a good work mare or horse Also has tor sale fifty 50 barrels of corn Thomas Lambert Rt 1 Wijlisburg Ky has for sale one Blood Chief Stallion six years old and 16 hands high His color is black and he is a beauty Call and see him Needed a Light GalleyI suppose youve heard of my engagement to Miss Roxley KandorYes and I dont mind telling you her people are bitterly opposed t6 you They say you are not a match for her Galley Why not She has money to burn Tf tiFi 4i 1 NOTICE 1 tit +tI ti 1 1J- 1i We are prepared to do tall t kinds of Buggy Top Harness Shoe and Sad i t die repairing at the low + est pries AItr fguaranteed f SV THE BLUE GRASS MFG COMPANY Street opposite Opera House Springfield Ky tMain f + M + +