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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a ij 7 kj j1l cJot i ti rinfithr1c lf L DEVOTED TO THE NTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t I IlfVQLUME III SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1907 j1U Ei II fAROUND OF j TOBACCO TALK Receiving This Week at thelMcLaughlin v- t Barn tfi Tobacco isjbeing received this week gat the McLaUghlin barn r h Up to the present time about 280000 cundsof tobacco have been received by the Burley Growers Company of Wash witngton county Warehouse roam is the only thing that retards the progress of themove inenfc in thisqounty but that will be remedied when the Companys Big ijarn is built work upon which will t jsoon lie commenced Couiy Next Court day a big meet fik J Ming of the to acco growers WIll be held tin Springfield An effort will be made rto have Hon Campbell Cantrell of Georgetown eh vera speech fyere on hat day Judge I H Thurman and Hon W C McChord will also deliver t speeches X Pull the PO l of 1907 z 1 Hon W 0 McChord was in Har- odsburg erifaY giving theboys r lift and overjin Mercer they are now starling in with a hum Whenever the boys get mixed they holler for BillieBhlie McChordthe man Swho KNOWS and DOES and he always oes Mr Glave Goddard of Mercer county is one of the powers behind the Ithrone in that county He is up and doing Thn success of this movement is due to the efforts of such men as ilr Goddardj Pull for the pool t Good Prices y Harrodsburg Herald Prices paid for tobacco on the brakes in Lexington during the past week have been higher than the same quality of tohacco has brought in Kentucky in the last ten years There are two reasons for the which that the Amenhigh prices are can Society of Equity claim to have over onehalf of the crop pledged to beheld until 15 cents a pound is paid and the majority of the growers are holding back their tobacco until even higher prices are secured There was sold during the week about 215000 pounds at prices averaging from 4 to 19 cents The same quality of tobacco has been selling for ten years for from 3 to 15 cents The sales throughout the entire week were more than satis factory and the indications are that the coming week will be the banner week for the year not only in prices received but in the number of pounds sold HARDESTY r Quilting is the order of the day with some of the housewives of this vicinity Mr and Mrs Solomon Kays of Hills boro visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr J B Washburn and wife were called to Taylorsville last week by the serious illness of Mrs John Washburnv Dr R H Williams visited Mr Edd Mitchell last Tuesday night Messrs Edd Grace and P H Babb were in Springfield Saturday evening- R L Gray spent Saturday with his aunt Mrs Eliza Carney near Willis burg Mn and Mrs Will Haydon spent Fri day night and Saturday with Mrs Lucy Sale Mr Lem Cheser bought Mr Payton Briggs farm at Polin for 1000 Mr Sabe Hardin who moved his sawmill on Mr J M Sales farm sometime ago has finished sawine the floor ing for the bridge and was the first man to drive oyer the bridge In a bug gy after the floor was finished We hope the bridge Wills nbe opened for publictravel 3 Rockford Simms Dead Mr Rockford Simms son of Mr and Mrs Thos L Simms of Louisville died at his home in that city last Thursday after a brief illness His death cameras a great shock to family and friends The deceased was a brother of Sr Clara Simms 0 S D of Spald eband Mrs It L Clements of Washington county He was brought up in this county but moved to Louisville six years ago with his parents On October 17 1905 he was married to Miss Ella Haydon and she together with a threemonthold child survives him The deceased was much loved by a large circle of friends possessing those pretty traits of character which en deared him to all of his acquaintances- The Sun and hundreds of his friends in Washington county extend condol ence to the bereayed one- sProgram J The following is the program for the Declamatory Contest to be tven the 22nd of February at the Opera House the Graded School JneTemple Graves Eulogy onHenrY M GradyThos Colvin Flying Jims Last Leap Louise Haydon YFirst Rodman Thurman My Country My Mother My God Ben P Simms Jr Vagabonds Nellie Simms How the Church was built at Kehoes Bar Harry Shultz Grandma Keeler gets Grandpa Keeler Ready for Sunday SchoolHattie Rice GleeiClubJudges 11JNOI AdainsRogcrsv j Quite a pretty wedding occurred at Rose Hill Thursday morning at the Catholic church The contracting par ties were Miss Lena Rogers and Mr C W Adams both of Fenwick Rev H H Garman performed the ceremony The bride is a daughter of Mr Dan Rogers and is quite an attractive and beautiful young lady The groom is a onof Mrs W G Adams and a young man of sterling qualities Card lot Thanks Litsey Ky FJeb 12 Editor Sun Through your paper we desire to thank our friends neighbors and phys icans fir their kindness in our recent great sorrow and berievement and we pray Gbds richest blessings to rest on each and every one of them Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale Bachelors Taxed Harrodsburg Herald A bill to tax bachelors has been introduced in the Indiana House by Representative Ober ting of Lawrenceburg It provides a tax of 5 on unmarried men between twentyfive and thirty years of age 750 pn those between thirty and forty and 10 for those oyer forty There are in Indiana 102929 unmarried men over twenty five and it is claimed that this law would produce over a mil lion dollars All money obtained thus would gb to the school fund Will Call Election Lexington Ky Feb10A petition is being circulated here with the idea of having a local option taken in Lex ington and Fayette county under the provisions of the county unit law Since the county is now dry there are grave fears that the whisky people will loose Lexington has long been looked upon as the whisky center of the State but since both mayoralty candidates have publicly pledged themselves in favor of the inforcement of all the ordinances which j include Sunday and midnight closing and the suppression of gambling houses the an ti saloon workers feel confident enough to undertake an effort to wipe out the salons altogether The BestPhysic When ybu want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant in effect take Chainberlams Stomach ahd Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Every box warranted Get a free sample at Drug Store Springfield and try them Iisi L l OUR LONG RUN- CORRESPONDENT4 Discusses Matters of Interest to The Suns Readers QIYes a His tory of Mollie Cotton Tall and Tells How the Boys Like to Chase Em Rev W Short of Mardis Taylor county will end his fifth year as pastor of Pleasant Hill Baptist church Marion county on the second Sunday in April Bro Short is a good man and a fine pastor and the church is loath to give him up He has accepted the care of two churches in Whitley county to which place he will move his family His salary will be well supplemented by the State Board He with Rev- E W Coakle State missionary re cently held a gracious revival with Pine Knott Whitley county which re sulted in twentyfive conversions with fifteen additions to the church Our only Aunt by blood who broke up housekeeping last winter spent dal off twQwithmga short time ago and we are always glad to have her come we love to have her present with her goodoldfashioned ways sayings and advice Yes when a fellows aunts run down to just one he comes to himself and begins to think how scarce they are getting arid that the last one may soon be gone and he as never before begins to appreciate them and when he thinks seriously about it feels like going out by himself and sitting down on a log and wishing that time did not fly so fast and that it would deal more gently with her and his mind goes buck to his boyhood days to the time when she was younger than she is now and what a motherly love arid cafe she has for him and wontier how long she will remain and what he will do when this dear old aunt is gone Nathan H Pope the son of Wm Pope was born in Boyle county Nov 41846 and died in Louisville Feb 9 1907 He was in his 61st year He was married to Elizabeth Catherine Isham Aug 24 1868 Deceased joined the Methodist church at Wesleys Chap el about fortytwo years ago and was a consistent member for a number of years At His death he was not a mem ber of any church having moved away from the State and being unsettled had not attached himself toany church He was perfecty willing to die having no fear of death knowing tor some months that it was just a matter of time before he would have to go request was for his people to meetI him in a better world He is by a1 wife three sons and five daughters ourcomImunity Grafton iVa 6Mrs James Ingram wife of a young farmer near here arranged to go with her husband to a dance last evening Mr Ingram had to away in the after noon and it was agreed that the woman should start alone taking her infant child with her and meet her husband at a fence near a small patch of woods where would relieve her of the child and accompany her to the dance Mrs Ingram started from home later than she had intended It was dark and cold when she reached the fenced She saw dimly a figure on the other sid of the fence which she took to her husband Calling him by name she handed the child over so that she could climb the fence without hindrance When she reached the second panel and letterlJs f List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending Feb 13 1907 Logan Anderson Lisey Clay E De vine Geo Dunn Newt Edwards Mrs Since the cold weather opened up the market rabbits are again being hunted by our local sportsmen Last week Will Elliott and son in one evening killed fiftyfive of these little animals It may not be generally known that thereare about thirty species of rab bits Cpr hares as they are sometimes called and some eight native kinds in North America which scattered from Hudson Bay of the North where there is a white variety that weighs from fourteen to twenty pounds to the Everglades of Florida and some branch of the family is found in nearly all the European countries Even far off India and Asia contribute two kinds and the Capeof Africa one to this amid little family So while the hunters of Kentucky are having sport with the little cottontails the boys of Colorado and the Western plains are afterthejackrabbit and the nimrods of th far H9rh swell as those of the twrid zone alf alike enjoying the sport M hunting the timid little hare I iBrojohhnie M Key filled Rev p Walkers pulpit at Antioch on Simday the NJth t H I It seems as if stock hogs worth just may that may asked but sevenAand eight cents seems to be the prevailing price and are hard to get W r A evenaWe J had a very pleasant meeting at the Beech Grove church last Sunday Bro Hatchett was at his best and preached a very interesting sermon on The Blood which was appreciated by his hearers Bro Hatchett is a great man anda good preacher and the church is united under his leader ship On the 25 of January Mr Matt Cummins of Dixville Mercer county Ky passed away His funeral was preached the following Sunday by Rey P Hatchett of Mackville at Benton church after which his remains were laid to rest in the Patterson graveyard The deceased was born April 24 1817 was married to a Miss Betsie Patterson in 1842 He held the office of Magistrate Deputy Sheriff and Htgh Sheriff for twenty years joined the Deep Creek church about 55 years ago and about 10 years ago joined the Methodist church Mr Cummins was one of the countys most highlYre pected citizens and a largehearted and broadminded man Bear Carries T Child Away February be he be are are be looked up she was astonished to see the figure disappearing without a word and taking the baby with it Mrs Ingram then noticed that the figure traveled low on the ground and not upright like a man Frantic with fear she jumped to the ground and ran screaming and calling on her hnsband whom she met walking along the road Light was procured an alarm was given and a thorough search was made but nothing could be seen or heard of the infant When daylight came this morning tracks ofan immense bear were found leading from the fence through the woods to the mountains No trace has been found of the child There is little doubt that the infant was deyoured by the hungry bear to whom it was handed ni the dark by the mother Mary Elery Mrs Mattie Higdon John Hagens Miss Elizabeth Kimbrough PjtcrMcMillin say advertised and give date W A WATERS Postmaster I AM FOR THE KIDS The following was intended for the High School column but was unintentionally omitted Through arr oversight of the editor of this department probably the most interesting number of last Fridays program was omitted It doesnt mat ter what the older fellows do but when one of the kids comes to the front and makes a tit it is quite worth while to mention itSIt gives me a who1rlot of pleasure to say that A R Shultz in his Russian dialect song Rosie Rosinsky was un deniably the attractive feature in the program of Friday the 1st I want to acknowledge the zeal and interest he put into the preparation of his number to thank him for his excellent rendition of it and to regret that it was not mentioned in the program as announced last week- I personally am for the kids any how It was thro their constant in terest courtesy and willingness to do any amount of work at any time that the musical program at Christmas was carried thro so successfully it was al together fine that they were able to give a program at all after something less than three months work on the mandolin and guitar most of them not knowing their notes even at the beginning And this couldnt have been done not possibly if they had not come to every practice and if they had not all the time been willing to trv with all their fine might to be everything that was asked of them It is with these kids that we hope to do something attractive again on the 22nd I would like them to know how entirely I appreciate the kind of work I have always found them willing to do and how I thank them v SUE W RAY =MattinglyOsborne Mr Anthony Mattingly and Miss Lilly dsborne eTeTmarriediat St RoSe last Monday at high noon The bride is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Hillory Os borne of Cecilville Her sweet disposition makes her a general favorite among all who know her The groom a yery enterprising young gentleman of Louisville The attendants were Miss Ella Corinne Osborne sister of the bride and Mr J S Mudd of Louis ville Immediately after the ceremony the happy young couple left for Louisville where they will make their fu ture home They were accompanied by Miss Ella Osborne HAPPY HOLLOW Mrs Samuel Coulter spent Wednes day with Mrs J M Shields Mr F G Noel and daughter Miss Jessie visited firs M C Keeling Fri day Mr Will Dugan was in Springfield Wednesday on business Mrs J M Shields spent Tuesday with Mrs John Armstrong Mr Leslie Keeling spent Wednesday with his brother Mr M C Keeling at this place Mr John Armstrong and Mr J M Shields visited their fathers at Tatham Springs Tuesday and Thursday Mr Sol Kays little son was badly burned last Tuesday while its mother was out of the house but is now slowly improvingMiss Shields spent Wednesday with Miss Lula Cblvin at this place Mrs J A Coulter is slowly improv ingMessrsB H Hardin and F G Noel were in Springfield Friday on business Mr Oph Settles will leave this week for Louisville to visit his cousin MIJ Oscar Shewmaker Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Myrtle visited her sister Mrs Dan Castell of Chaplin from Friday till SundayMr Mrs J D Sutherland were in Springfield Friday shopping Mr Frank Gray of Polinj was hero Saturday Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong attended meeting at Willisburg Sun dayMr Sabe Coulter spent Sunday at the home of Mr J M Shields Regular as the Sun is an expression as old as they race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowls when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggists 25c i i P A SERIOUSS CflAIiiES Marion Couhty ManJtr rested Monday Night Monday night Marshall Phillipps and Jailer Catlett placed under arrest Jim Bowman of Marion county against whom an indictment had been returned by the Marion county grand jury for rape It is supposed that Bowman was trying to escape as it is alleged he attempted to get away from our officers when they went to arrest him by making for the back door of the house where they found him Bowman was arres ted after the receiptofa telegram from Chief Thompson of Lebanon who came after him last night and took him to Lebanon It is alleged that the young woman Jas Boman raped is a Miss Graham The brother of the man ar rested is under indictment returned at the present term of the rincircuit court for attempted rape his attempted victim being a Miss Walston Many expressions of doubt as to the convic tion of the accvsed have been heard Duroc Sates Farmers Home Journal Please report the following sales of Durocs during the last few days tA few days ago MrJ E Shelby df Springfield Ky visited mQ and in spectecl my herd of Durocs He was on the lookout for some choice bred ts for himself and some of his neighbors ked a beautiful Sensationep bred gilt fnf a Thunnan anda good Longfellowbred gilt foe T Mayes Herplcked a gieatMaetai piecebred gilt for himself I thought he was through huyin so we went to see my bunch of aged sows and as soon as he saw Mrs Hazy No 31526 he began to talk trade again but I did not want to sell this sow and told him so but he said those were the kind he wanted to buy I finally tad to let him have her though r did it very re luctantly Mrs Hazy is a magnificent sow She farrowed fifteen pigs her last litter CHAS C WHEEXER Buechel Ky Feb 2d Robert Mitchell Dead Robtl Mitchell colored oldest inhabitant of Mackville died at his home at that place Monday Feb 11 of old age He was born May 7 185 and belonged to the family of Daniel W Mitchell during slayery days Deceased had lived at Mackville for fifty years He was honest and upright and possessed many strong friends among the white people WILLIS BURG We certainly are haying som pad weather I guess you might as well call it groundhog weather The bank at this blace is doing a flounshing business Leo Gibbs who is ttendingjichopl at Springfield spent Saturday jandSun day with his parents at this place Mrs Miller Birch Spent Saturday with Mrs J K Wells Ehsha Keeling and wife of Tatham Springs spent Saturday and Sunday with the latters parents Mr and Mrs J W Perkins near this place Allen Sutton and family of Hills boro visited at the home of WtW Sutton last week W S Poulter was in Springfield one day last week on business Garrer Clark and wife visited at Tat ham Springs one day last week P C Shewmaker has returned frpm Cormshville Ky V W D Hardin and daughter are ill of pneumonia W S Gibbs and wife dined with wifeThureaayyW days last week with Ezra Goodlett and wife of Lawrenceburg Ky Born to the wife of RC Pinkston on the 8th a girl Both mother and child are doing nicelyr lWorkers in oil fields never grow Id By the way only one manhas managed- to stay in the oil business in America long enough tqerpw baldj I vz r r tr i 1 r l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1907 Dr WF Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barbe- rInsurance t Bi Df LAKEAgent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual alwaye reliable theworldHya1lOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE 9 a m HOURS4t 8 po m Dr J C Mudd sPRiNGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J OfficeHours 12 M to 2 p MdDr JHHopper SPRINGFIELD KY f Office In Hagan BlockUp stairs- Phones Residence 71 office 97 Dr W W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 f MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day4f Niihti09 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky IWil flee in the courts t nlngton and Federal CourtsCOurt of Appeals C C McCIIORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky tWill practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will practice in tIle courts of Washlnlrlon otAppealW E SELECMAN f ATTYAT LAW j Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of Washington and and in court of Appeals MARSHALLDUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky BuildingWillpractI Wash and in the Courtlbf Appeals i S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWiable Phone NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store Will draW Mortgages Deeds and Contracts All kinds of pension business a specialty Have bees in the business for thirtrnve years THOS J Graves r ooooooooooooooooooooooopoo MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE I NIMIS DIY 89 Night 06 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Jfattdsome Line of Caskets aiuMurtil Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 r I THEARROW I 1 THOWL AND I L44 t THE SPARROW Indications point strongly to a car c tyof fishing worms for spring con sumption During the warm dzys saysa Springfield scientist they came too close to the surface of the earth and were frozen to death This will necessitate seining in this section Of the State and it is more than likely that Circuit Clerk Bob Noe will catch a few of the finny tribe next spring and summer I heard three little Sunday school boys cussin one day last week It was Shocking They spit out the most difficult and choicy profane vocabu lary I have ever heard Ling I heard a fellow coin about his wife burning so much coal a few ays ago He is the same fellow who complained last summer because his wife melted so much ice Hes a peachof the cling variety aStoilthatLouiscatch t 1I was out to see County Clerk BO k er a few days agoMr Booker alw ys treats the birds well By the way I notice he has the clothes lines so high on his place that it is necessary to use a step latter to hang out the cloths Mr Booker measured conclusion with a clothes line recently and the li lgot a line on him just below tie hasbefnahansng English Sparrow to roost upon but about ten feet higher than Mr Boojc ers head I heard a young lady say a few das jiaV 2oMr tf 4 b y who smoked cigarettes that the who is now her beau had consented quit next January People throw stones at a fellow while he is living and cover his grave with roses after he is dead I think it would be better to throw stones at the dead and give roses to the living You cant hurt a dead man by hitting him with a stone neither can you do him any good by placing roses upon his grave Therefore I think it would be a good idea to reverse the present state of af fairsgive the roses to the living throw the stones at the dead The roses will do the living good The will brighten lives and give new hope to the despondent and weary they will make life worth living and will bring ina while where the fountains play And if your nature is such that you would desire to throw a stone at the dead then throw hard and good from this anbreakd t of place I received a note from a boy wh o lives in the Pleasant Grove ueighbo hood asking if 1 thought it possibl for him to support ajwife on 500 a toldthim that depended largely upon coed tion that if he could manage to eX tract nourishment from love air and water he might manage to exist until her daddy died I noticed ah article in The Sun a few weeks ago about pooling the turkey crop Now naturally I am Turl tandChamberlains t Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy is famous for ita curespyer canalwaJIIopium pr other harmful drug and may given as confidently to a baby M to an adult Price 25 eta Large Size 5O eta t nevertheless I am heartily in favor of pooling the turkey crop That will help the women on the farm and I am always in favor of helping the farmers wife It surprising tq me to note how jealous some peoplp are I know an old woman in a neighboring town bear in mind in a neighboring town who quit speaking to a young lady because her politelvold lady claims that her husband is not in the habit of bowing and tipping his youngladysnaggle tooth footos she called him The Sparrow is of the opinion that this old lady is unduly apprehensive be anybodythat old sera er would have to be possessed of Unearthly peculiarities While I am pon the subject of jeal ously it might be well to tell of a little conversation I recently heard between two young lad s and a widow One of these girls is jealous to a painful de greejealous to the pint of pison and from what I could gather from the conversation she was mad at a certain fellow because he had gone buggy riding with a girl who was iting here last summer and of whicff she had just learned The other girl and the widow tried to pacify her but she re fused to be comforted and her wrajlj il dover Why said the widow fits foolish to get mad gMnat I would be jealous all theg if I paid any attention to SUP thinStsHItsperfectly ridicujojg said the othe thleastthe hors and buggy he borrowed it so anythintI0 your you DidntJpointed at the widowbecause John nie Blank wouldnt say you looked as Antod e other girlot so mad you could have torn yourself to pieces because a certain fellow rode the merrygoround at the fair last year with a pretty girl from the country Dont talk tome about being jealous You two are per fectly awful And about that time the jealous girls fellow came along and she gave him the sweetest smile you ever saw But you ought to have heard the widow and the other girl They raked that jealous girl over the coals until I thought at ope time that I ought to go tell the town marshal It conYt of em were blindly jealous But suppose it is human to be jealous THE OWL While on my way from Lebanon last Thursday night haying been called there to advise with a woman who is afflicted with a husband who stays ou late at nightI was attacked by a cer tain young man who lives in Spring wasIdrunksinated This young fellow knows that I saw him kneeling to a young lady a few evenings ago and he thinks Ia going to tell about it I lose a great many good items because I cant see behind me Conse quently I am having MJss Katherine Russell fit me up with some spectacles with a small mirror in one of the glasses This will enable me to see to the rear while 1 am looking ahead The unconquerable fear ot ghosts on the part of the descendants of a man named Ham prevents many chicken roosts being depopulated The meanest thing in the universe is the slanderers tongue It is forged in tyIblows under the propelling influences of a soul as devoid of love as a poisonous serpent On last Saturday night I heard a woman say Its time you are coming home Its 11 oclock Where have you been sir Hie hic I been to sschurch hie said the husban- Yes youve brcn to church you dog I guess youll drink all the butter have on the place tomorrow I will b glad when summer comes again There ate a great many more things to see and hear in summer Around the hammock and settee I hear many interesting conversations I have some notes made of things which can not be printed But I will put these matters before the next Washington county grand jury The following snake story was handed to me by a young fellow who said his name was Iky The writer on one occasion visited KeQtuckyandperience fl was witha surveying party andwe were at work on the mountain tear a high bluffabout fifty feet highand the party moved on and leftme at this point instructing me to remain until they returned They were gone about a half hour when I grew weary of standing in one spot by myself hence I walked to the edge of this bluff to look over I was standing there viewing the beautiful scenery of the country for many miles around when I heard a noise behind me and on turning around I saw a rattle snake slowly coming toward me I had no way to defend myself except with a small walking stick about three feet long Just as I was about to strike this snake I discovered another snake about three times as large in the act of springing upon me I returned to the edge of the bluff without killing either one of the snakes 1 stood upon the meditatjIngmake my way by the snakes without receiving a poisonous bite However I decided to strike the small snake which was the closest to me and ruby n the large one because I was afraid to hit the large one with such a small cane it looked so dangerous and ra tled so loud I approached within four or five feet of the small snake and hit it a hard Jijk aroUfi4the nee s it wag fCrY itiin g out to bite me in so doing II knocked its head loose from its body and it hurled through the air with its mouth wide open towards the larg snake When the head came in contact closeranecooled not put up a fight and was easily killed After I was sure that both snakes were dead and after I had recovered from my broughtt their hides home with me The one measured about 5J feet in lengt and 12 in in circumf ranee Any one denying this story can call and see the hides which are in my posession IKEY The Owl will not vouch for the trut of the above story However it sounds plausable The small snake after its head was decapitated and in a moment of intense excitement may have un thoughtedly fastened its fangs in i friend the big snake I am sure the little snake did not do this through any desire to harm the big snake It was done under a great nervous strain I would not hold the little snake accountable for the big snakes death because when a snake beast or man loses 1s head he often does things But the whole story may be fake Though I do not doubt Ikeys honesty in the matter I am sure he believes he saw snakes Farm Notes The great Importance of clean s bles clean cows and clean milk yes sels is now well understood by overt tota a l er What lias not been so well known perhaps Is the no less important fuc that milk to be kept free from fill bacteria must be cooled imme diately after being drawn from th cow and kept cool until used The bacteria do not readily multiply in thme billions in milk which is allowed to stand with the animal heat unto m pered Here Is the way one farmer cares for his manure In one corner of th barn lot he has a shed closed on one end both sides and part of the frpnt Into which he puts the manure Any offal leaves trash etc he finds on the lace are put In there wltb1eman Ire This compost t to a cumulate from one year toian other and when well rotted is taken out and spread jn the land There is some doubt as to whether this method is as good as the one In which the manure is spread at once on tbe land for experts contend that the highest value of manure Is when it is first made witsh same your after year i going backward instead of forward Keep posted on the latest develo ments in agricultural science an then adapt as manyof the new idea to your tarn as possible In this way you will be constantly Improving yourmethods Increasing the fertility and productiveness of your farm and securing larger returns for your l dedlightful stimulus In your work which belnIg your a slave to conditions Sun and Herald 2 I B D LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL 4 I ESTATE goodbarn15 per acre i No370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good schoolhouseNo 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farmready for the plow 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfieldplenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and wellwatered oneJIalf mIle from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 timbertwoNo 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarSte3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 inblue r roomdwelling bottomlandNo 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room stockQasprings fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 dwellingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any p ice miletNo 23 139J acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre t No24166 acres 3 miles fromSpripgfteldon good pike one 9 room d nng in good 1 stock barn 1 toteg per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling atdbarn fine stock barn water in every field allIyear fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year Ia dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 mileeperhNo 3O1l5i acres 3J miles from Springfield on pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre goodhfine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water rice 25 No 8275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 isNo 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner ike 6 miles from 13ardst own 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room bifick dwelling fine smallbarnrest of farm in grass brick tenant house story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the graInrif2 Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone No 34225 acres In the edge of Springfield fine lands well coontyWillaof grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling path room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 r t pikeFarmacretaNo 39 102J acres good four room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres o plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence land 7J miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and fineieNo 41220 acres seven miles from Spring old eight miles Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this yardmilkhouseacre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy paymentrNo 45164 acres one and onehalf miles f om Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well acreeNo 4697acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of tobaccolandNo 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 Springfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust posts good orchard good fence water elope to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre inCooneyty Good five room dwelling barn will hold tw ityfiye acres of wasteson per goodpacres restsNo 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington venues No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room d ellin sitauated in one of the neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre B D Lake Springfield r T w EHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1907 J I I fi Ift 7 IfT I afS t 32 r I I I Head of High Gr- adeJerseyk 1 i I A AMD = O WSHeifers Will be Sold on the Street in Springfield II At Public Auct- ionSafwrdayFeb 16 Sale at 13O p m I Some of these Cows are Fresh with young Calves I Some will be freshen March and April These cows I are guaranteed to be high grade and will te sold un der a gurraritee II IlPositively These Cattle will be sold on that day 1No bybidding I H THURMAN 11 itfi H R THOMPSON I l 1 III I tA Royal i OpportunitySweethearts f V is certain to present itself When it does say the words youve Y longed for so long to say At the same time present the beautiful young lady with n lovely diamond ring Y Ire sure to be happy if the ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it Ittit IJASJ GRAVES I- + m 4 Picture Frames Let me frame your pictures any kind any style Price reasonable best work Mirrors I am prepared to retouch mir rorsto put them in good shape to make them as good as new Or if you want me to I will make you a nice mirror and frame Repairing When you want any kind of re done remember Taylors atlthe 1Oeo S Taylor P THE SUN and HERALD 92 Items About the Farm In an experiment in feeding steers in oil cake tenPa didrnot the finished prpduct sold at an ad vance bf 16 cents per 100 pounds live welghtThis goes to show that the value pf food when used In fattening cannot always be accurately esti mated from the Increase directly re sulting from it Corn is considered to be worth eight per cent more In making Increase of pork than barley and y t in growing high quality bacon it is possible so to feed barley that a higher return relatively will be obtained from It than from feeding cornI Lumpy jaw so called Is a tumor of more or less rapid growth that does not always occur on the bovine jaw or head It Is found frequently In of the body It is not considered contagious and Is not rap idly fatal In some cases Iodide Of potassium one and a half to two and a half drams dissolved in water and administered In a drench dally haj been Iieneficlal The amount must be adapted to the size of the animal It Is not wise to give this treatment to cow In milk A full description of the disease and eatment niay be obtained free by readers of Meadow brook Warm Notes by addressing the Bureau of Animal Industry Washington D C and asking for Circular 96 The ASSOClationoc Pork Butchers In Holland has recently published the results of some trials conducted at slcrnt government oxperlmont sta tions lvth the object of testing the relatlvfr value of different meals es pecially maize barley meal oatmeal ralteuling48 young pigs all of the same ago and weight divided into four lots The anlmaJs of each lot received re specU ly as much as they would eat of the different meals and in ad- dillonfle all had daily a supply of and some potatoes Alter killed an examination of showed that the flash fattened on maize was or salable as that of the pigs fed on the other meals This result Us the same as has been report d from trials In America ftnd Can ciiii and Is worth noting lit would appear tlL maize is a good food for growing mgs but that other meals should be substitutedeither In part or altogether during the last month or two of fattening process T f ttI T4fIIUIL4AjS Coasting and skating is the order tof the day and nearly allof our pupils may be seen with wrists in slings or plasterThescholls a favorite for coasting and not the least of its attractions is the inIvariablythe branch below It seems to be one of the chief joys of coasting to see how oneabouting in former years stem not to dwell on the numerous good descents but to paint in vivid colors pictures of sleds losing their runners while in the middle of the descent and students and teach rollingdowna going Verily tis great sport In line with the above and dealing particularly with that portion on reminiscences we have had a problem be fore us that we have decided to leaye to our readers for solution We beg that you give the matter a thorough consideration even reading the propo sitibn through twd or three times if necessary for we veryamuch to gjve a f l e incident referred td was as follows to wit Two of the young ladies of the school were discussing the coasting of Friday night and the conversation as above demonstrated fell soon to the accidents of the evening We quote the remarks verbatim You see how it was said one of the young ladies Dick and I were only about half way down the hill when the sled broke down and we both rolled on down the hill I called at Dick and said are you hurt andhe called down to ine and said are you hurt and Isaid I think my nose is bleeding and Dicks eyes got as big as two moons when he came down to me How did you kpow she was asted when it was so dark I reckon I could feel couldnt 17 Her answer has created a division among the friends of her and Dick for they as well as the editor of this col umn are still wondering what she meant Dicks eyes are still doing bus iness at the old stand and show no signs of having been punched in the dark All the rooms of the school are get ting ready for the preliminary contest for the tournament which will be held the first Friday in March A number of students will be in the declaratory contest This with the impending affair of the twentysecond is giving the teachers enough work to keep them in training for the real Tournament which will be here before we realize it i The editor is a little short of notes keepIof the paper entitled Fell through will be used at the tournament It has not been decided who will do the speaking of it as it will take considerable acting to do the work ineffectual mar ner It has been suggested that Min ton himself should show all present Great Relief During that trying period In whichwomen so often suffer from nervousness backache sick headache or other pains there is nothing that can equal Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They stop the pains soothe the nerves and give t- oWomen the relief so much desired If taken on first indication of pain or misery they will allay the irritable condition of the nerves and save you further suffering Those who use them at regular intervals have ceas ed to dread these periods They contain nft harmful drugs and leave no effect upon the heart or stomach if taken as directed They give prompt relief I have treen an invalid for 9 yearn I have neuralgia rheumatism and pains around tho heart By using Dr MUM AMlPaln Pills ram relieved of the pain and set Sleep and rest I think had I known of the Pain Pills when I was first taken elclc they would have cured me Ircconrnend thorn for periodic paIns JUI18 IHSNIIT Dr Miles AnilPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will that the first package will benefit If It falls he will return our money 25 doses 25 cents Never bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind f t I L I ubtic OF Sale = Land Stock and Farming Implements ON t= Saturda BS7VHaving decided to quit farming we will on the above date commencing at 10 oclock p m sell to the highest and best bidder oQr farm tstock etc situ SpringfieldandBloomfieldmiles from Vally Hill two shipping coints on L N Railroad yvalmutandlimestoneschool The farm has on it a 6 room dwelling with halls porches pantries 10acresber of all descriptions balance in gras and all the tobacco land you are looking faTJJlWetwilln ver springs tie year round Possession given March 1 andharnessness gelding 2yearsold 1 work and brood mare m foal 7yearsold 1 work and brood mare bred to Jack 8yearsold 1 extra good work mule 8yearsold 4 good milk cows will be fresh in early spring not over 4yearsold 2 nice heif ers will be fresh in April 3 weanling steers good stock 12 sows all bred 35 shoats will weigh from 50 to 125 pounds 3 fat hogs will weigh 200 each FARMING IMPLEMENTS Milwaukee Binder in order 2 mooring machines good as new 1 Thomas hay rake 2 2horse plows 2 Cultivators 3 turningplowswagonharnessmention 10000 tobacco sticks 1 stack millett hay 600 bushels corn some wheat 1500 pounds of meat 150 pounds of lard 20 geese about 100 ounghens 8 fine turkeys 7 hens a fair set of blacksmith tools old binders old wagons old Buggies a Brake cart etc Will Also Sell My Household and Kitchen furniture Consisting of An Estel organ a new Range cooking stove chairs rockers beds and bed steads iron and wood tables of all kinds in fact most every thing Sale Begins at 10 QClockDinner 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 well indorsed and payable in either bank of Springfield with 6 per cent interest from date G A BENEDICT SONS M M how it is done This is merely to show how our school notes are read at the school We may have to pass a rule that the paper must be left at home on Thursday morning We considered seriously getting qut a Spalding Extra two weeks ago so eager were the students for new developments But then we thought about that English History Lecture we intended to give the next day and desisted We trust that we may stir up some sort of a scandal in school or at least a huge joke for our next number We realize as well as any of our readers that it is the former they like but we do not like to have it in our school Then we dont have a hair cut to write about every day t Thinks Hes a Rooster Newark 0A man violently insane who gives his name as Edward Wa hutka residence Indiana and age 42 years is In the Liking county jail and the authorities are in a quandary as to what to do with him Under the law he cannot be sent to a state hos pital or county infitnary and the officials can neither keep him in jail nor turn him out Wahutka appeared at Mack Pushs farm west of Hebron and was given permission to sleep In the stable At midnight he removed his shoes climbed a tree crowed like a rooster and told those attracted to the scone that he was escaping from St detectives After his am si Waliutka- tried to commit suicide + a Finds Snake in Incubator Lexington Ky Willie Cuniljff the tenyearold son of Prank Cundiff re siding on a farm in Muhlenburg county had a very exciting experience wjth a large blacksnake The boy went into the chicken house to exam ine some eggs fh an inciibafor When lie removed th drawer he discovered a large blacksnake among the eggs part of which lead been devoured The reptile sprang at him and wrap pod his body about his less The boy fell to the floor In a faint after calling several times for help His father and one of the farm hands went to his rescue The snake did not release its hold until it had been lit Qra1Jy cut to pieces The reptile was seven feet long Took No Bath In Three Years Seattle Wash The fact that her husband Christian Frederlcksen has not taken a bath for three years enabled Mary Fredeiickseu to gt a decree of divorce Judge Frater de clared that any wife was entitled to a divorce from a husband who had ucn an antipathy for water that br went without a brth for threw yrw The woman In tolling her story dropped the remark thnt three years had elapsed since her spouse MD thcd J idpo Frater at once said That is sufficient tr- i f HILLSBORO Mir C M Hines left last Monday tor his new nome in Ohio We wish jrFranklast week with his uncle Mr John Settles of this place T The people of this place are taking great interest in the A S of E they say it is the right thing We wish them success We were glad to hear from tHe Sparrow and the Owl again after suck a long absence We hope to hear fromLthem every week or two I hope wont come out this way very often for they may see and hear things that We dpnt want every body to know Mr Otis Harmon who has been on the sick list is about well The little child of Mrs Solomon Kays burned its face very last week by falling against the stove Mr George Dean of Harrodsburg is visiting friends and relatives here The Bailey Bros of Texas hare moved in the house vacated by MV Mike Fitzgerald We gladly welcome them in our midst Miss Hattie Settles is visiting friends aud relatives in Indiana tMclNTIRE t Mr Lucian Porter wife and little son of Mt Washington were guestof f Mrs Lucinda Pane Saturday and Sunday + MessrsT E Ballard and Polin Me Entire were in Louisville last Thursday on business Mr James McIntire has sold his in terest in his fathers farm to his brother Kent arid will leave in a few days for Kansas City Mo where he jn tends making his futur e home jMay good luck attend him Y Mr Many Alvey has been confined to his room for several days with lagrip Mr Baker Spalding and Miss Rosa Matingly were quietly married at St Rose on Tuesday last Mr CletuaWat ker and Miss Julia Spaulding wer ci the attendants Endorsed By Thr County The most popular remedy In Otse0ir County and the best friendof my jfam ily write Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gil NewDiscovery makinghouseIscription known for Lung ajid Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Hhvdnri Robertson Drugstore Price 5Qc and 100 Trial t t r s f t d fi2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 907 1 SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SprinrieldKYlJS as s matter i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Yeari L 100 roTItrChangeds1RSee pas the pogtoffic to which illi r PULL FOR THE POOL gHi v The farmer who refuses to pool his 9lov- erthrow of a movement which in auf candid opinion will be worth muck more to him than he ever Breamed of if it becomes a suc cessJit detail i BAjRMERS CAN NOT AF FORD TO STAY OUT OF Jit THIS ORGANIZATION The Sun has no selfish motives in urging farmers to get s pool Indeed it might be butte r for The Sun for you to remain on the outside sell your tobacco get the cash and come in arid settle nptt But we are willing to drift along and wait for what is a coming to us- ORGANIZE and stay ORGANIZED thats what The Sun Wants the farmer to do and after a while prosperity the like of which he has never before seen will smile upon him and them i goodd hap piness and cash to the editor of s Tfte Sun 4 Permanent prosperity is what the farmer wantsiSelling his tobacco this year at I2caQdnext year at sc keeps a fellow in hot water the year round He doesnt know what tri expect he is eternally on th anxious list and that is trying on a fellows nervesVhat th- farmer e needs and what he must have if he is successful is an or ganjzation that wilt put his busi ness upon an equitable basis THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OFEQUITY IS THE ORGANIZATION STICK TOJT and in the end all will be well Greatsuccesses are not achiev ed while we lounge upon flowerbeds Y of ease but they come trophies s after hard fought battles after we are made sore by trials and deprivations after our ver souls have been llascerated Men do not become heroes or martyrs while gathering the roses and the lilies from the gree swards but these distinctions are gained while upon the barren fields of battlem the thickof the fight while the tumult is deafening and the blazing artil ery of the opposing forces is as a sfreake of hell pathIthat leads to The Glorious Day The weakling falters when the war clouds hover and flees when J theconflict is on but praise the Lord the strong hearted can Y the colors on and on through the valleys and over the hills mid a confusion of shrieking shelland plant them upon the mountaintop The same spirit in any sort of contest is necessary if we would win If we falter all may be lost Keep moving ahead i Boost the A Sof Eand the Burley Organization Pxechif from the house tops and sing songs about it t Bulf for the pool of 907 But keep within the letter of the law and the bounds of reason Make the effort in a business wdy and all will be well rff you happen to hear a hotheaded saphead doing wild talk t 3 I ItIp ng teflJiimakee hIs fool mouth shut- Remember we must win with business methods AVhopp things up Arid pull i Pull for thepool OfI907r Forward march Hayfootstrawfoot cabbage and bean soup Hep hep Double qqick Furs Bright Charge Pull for the pool A FLAMING SHAME If Evelvn Thaws sterv as toldon the witness stand is true Stanford White the murdered man was moVe beastly ithania negro rapist and muchm re dan rgerousvolting criminal himself ught to be acquitted oj this murder The isiextreme no parallel in the history of hein crime It is almos t unbe ievable It lowers the human poluIus upon stool of Gods u iYerse there lin gered for a period a monster so deeplydyed in the crimson vomit ofa hell made sick by this gluttonous feast upon innocence that the hellhounds in the corridors of the eternal inferno wfcen his soul passe Ujthrough the Black Gates Ajar gagged and rushed to the flames But has Evelyn Nesbit Thai told the truth the whole trut and nothing but the truth That is the question Evelyn is not Perfect Purity A taint is easily detected And evidences ofa highflyer and a skylarker are visible Behind h rare the shrewdest lawyers in America behind the lawyers are the milllonsofa de voted mother wh F commands from the depths a Soul of Love and a heart That bleeds for the wayward one Away with my wealth Give me me boy And she will get hjm He will be returned to Perhaps a little theworse for th wear and tear But just th andehank of hair Hrrys a bad egg welldeveloped specimen of the tenderloin aggregation oft tl d eoraves But notwithstanding t f1t 0am irig deeds and records black ndI things in robes of shame are placed at Harrv Thawsoor th bullet he fired r moved rom the octoIpusupon the worlds most arecious and beautiful things the spotles- lives of young womarihoc d An acy quitted Unwritten Law is great an mighty and its volumes are mann with a human heart CRUSHING OUT INTEMPERANCEI Frederic J Haskins In Courier Jcial peoplewho populalionslums of the larger cities Those who study t f crime and poverty claim hesourcef ent of all such cases is nking The use of wines and spirits is on the decrease in the United States while beer is becom ing more popular We have fewer retail liquor dealers now than there were a year ago while the number 6f places where beer is sold is increasing rapidly As many railroad accidents were in emPluYesbeingrailroad men now on duty in the United States are under orders to neither drink nor to enter a place where liquor is sold The penal fris dismissal from service In a locomotive engineer or a train conductor is found drunk while xm duty he is liable to ten years imprisonment A significant comment on the abstinence of railroad men is that when the Locomotive En gineers held their annual convention in Memphis last year the papers stated that in all the gatherings held in that convention city there had never been morepcderly set of men r Just to see in what way the saloons were superior to the other attractions life might offer a working man or a homeless one a prominent minister turned hobo for awhile in order to study the question at first hand Afterward he told of the universal kindness of the saloonkeeper and of the various plans he had for encouraging patrons He told of the drinking fountain at the front door for the use of teamsters freehThe minister told his church people of the things they must combat if they would win men from the saloons and added For 500 men join exclusive political and social clubs on the avenue of the metroP9lis For 5 some men join Young Men3 Christian Association clubs but for five cents the multitude of men Whom only God and the saloon keeper ajnd the ward boss know nightly jfKn opts democratic club in American life the American saloon Southern States are more aggressive at this time than those of any other part of the country in attempting to curb drunkenness r by law Kentucky whose very name brings up the thought of mint juleps and apple toddy has 119 elemaev thae s leads all other States with a record of 700 communities which have voted the saloons but Mississippi and Texas ar more th threefourths dry by virtue ot local option laws Texas prohibits screens jin drinking places and Indiana requireSsaloons to keep lights burning all nigh t with window shades open eTennessee another great whisky state has had a remarkable antisdljon movement with the result that there are but nine towns in the e tire Commonwealth where saloons ar kept er candidate for a state oflic Repudtor Carmack a Democratic leader h pledged himself to a movement to drive Califondn ions say a temperance n was taught by theSan Francisco earthquake San Francisco consumed much liquor and was known as a wideopen FINESTOCKiIIEDITOR SumI have just returned front a short trip through rn ana and Kentucky in the interest of my business of handling Duroc Hogs We people of Washington county think hogs are bringing high prices here They are but they ateeven higher in other places I saw fat hogs shipped from Indiana last Wednesday at 665 at snipping sta11 r tipns and stock hogs hangs hands at 7 and 7J cents and every where bred sows and sows and igs were simply out of sight and it looked as if everybody was hun ing for them I came backto Kentucky and bought You know of Kentuckys famous trio handsome women fine horses and good whiskey Well you can stick another flower in that bunch and call it the Big Four for Kentucky undoubtedly had the bestIred hogs I saw anywhere both in individualsand breeding Some pit may say the hog hS no business in the above class Well he may not anyhow he is nearly King at the present price and demand Well as I said I came back to Kentucky and bought I paid for them Yea Lord butt paid for em But I have got the goods Its hfyta off to nobody now 6 the red hog business I want to say to my friendS and customers that in the coming spring and summer I will be able to fun= ish them any thing they maywant in pairs or trios of no akin b J E SHELBYSprihgfieldjKy R D No I rr r h l vi k SKIRTS 1t 1 THE 6 OO and 8OO SKIRTS I W v I1- I I H f Advertised in iast weeks issue of VIII The Sun at 150 antV now go aL1 I 7A25 25JOfI fj t jqthey Must be Sold in 1O Days ll f WeRonly have a limited number ionran and you should come early lfiJA r jJi I WsYou will never have another o porf i tig 1 diSKvv i I p tunity to buy skirts at these prices 7 11IIl A7 1I 41 I Shrager Bros Ii tpI jJob Lot House h H I In t Opera House Building Springfield Ky I A It il town When the great seismic disaster occurred the saloons were closed and kept closed Men who swore they would die if they did not have alcohol were made to go to work cleaning away de ris and it is said many of theme have stayed on the water jjaragoji eve r since North Carolina has also tak en advanatage left the local option laws Greensboro with more than 30000 population is as dry as a bone South Carolina has the State dispen sary system I diana a State which tenyears ago rearded the ers land brewers tonfareenbantisStatesp any geographical division in country salonsif its citizens Maine is technically a prohibition State where the sale of intoxicants is an outlaw business The New York Sunday laws are strict on the books but elastic in enforcement In Chicago a city made up largely of foreignborn themoveItraffic is slow Ohio has progressed from a simple precipct local option law to a regulation whi h will permit the citizen of any prescribed district fn a city Ito prohibit saloonstwithin that territory the only requirement being that a majority of the citizens sign a petition against them Nebraska has a State inebriate law providing for the examination of dip somaniacs inebriates and persons addicted to tlie excessive use of morphine cocaine or other narcotic drugs for the detention care and treatment of such persons and for their parole The only home for drunkards wives ever established in the United States andI possibly in the world is at Des Ia This was made a reality by the will of the late James Callahan who left 20tOOO for the purpose of building- it 4 In those communities where the er Ttcentage is largest titers is the least effort toward yr legal restriction of the liquor traffic which fact is takeir to indicate that pureblooded Americans have set their face against the vice of drunkenness The Southern States received but four per cent of the immigrants which came into the country last year they are leading the crusade against the sa loon Many Southfirgejrs believe that the abolition of the diye would go far ther toward improving labor conditions and prove the surest solution of the race problem that could be devised An effort is being made to secure the enactment of laws which prohibit the shipment of liquor into prohibition territory by applying interstate com merce provisions The legislatures forty States are all of them will consider the liquor question in one form or another While there are comparatively few men who are willing to espouse the cause of total prohibition it is undeniably true that the movement to restrict drunk enness is nationwide and that taking the nation as a whole drunkenness is on the decrease Thirty million of our people or over onethird of oUr population already live under prohibition law Peculiarity of Cats Fur Cats fur has no oily substance Ja It consequently Is more easily wetted through than that of most other an- Imals lThe Limit ofLife most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowlege of which the race isi now possessed The critical period that determines 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 fie tonic medicine that revitalizes every byHaydon Public Sale tf Thursday Feb 2119Q7 iHavinie decided to again make my home with my mother and on account blE bad health 1 will offer for sale on the above date MY FARM CONTAINING 90 ACRES MORE or LESS Springfieldand stockbarnI will also sell three good Jersey Cows one Horse 15r3Q head of stock hogs 2E sheep4 or 5 hay stacks and some corn TERMS WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY Qf SALE SALE TO BEGIN AT 1 OCLOCK SHARP DEBOE BRADY rL lt I J N t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1907 if + 5 i 3Ir K III lj i j l r r ii v i i i 5 J j f 1T J i IfJ i FORESAIE i I J t c J t tr q Ihvefo sale nearly completed a new residence on south side Virginia Avenue The house is built of the best material solid stone foundation and contains six roe trtsII f and front and back porches Lot front 60 feet running back 219 feet to alley A very desirable home Virginia Avenue promises soon to be one of the best residence r in Springfield If you are looking for something good for the money I have it IilL 3 1- C t I Will Want Another doad 1tj J t IN A SHORT TIME IJ t 1 rf i L i Save Them for Me L I M I Here Fir Salt a few H JONES Black Minorca lUisttrs 1iHaveForSIIifw 0J rvJ I I i 1 x Dr J Mil Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky or Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Dont forget the skating rink is open every Friday afternoon from 231 to 5 Admission and skating 20 cents Read the page advertisement of the Job Lot store in this issue Owner may have stray cow on my place by paying for this notice and her keep Cow is dark red about ten years 4 old and shows good milk qualities WT Stigall OFFICE HOURSDrj C Muddt announces office hours as follows from 8 tog a nip from 1 to 2 p m He can from now on be found in his of fice during these hours LOSTAnA 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 GARDEN SEEDsThe Sun has re ceived from Congressman D H Smith a quantity of garden seed for distribution Come in and get a package Eld Chas B Holder a student of University of Lexington rch1nextissue of The Sun thatthey would make skirts for 1 each And the orders poured in and aro still pouring in A hint to the wise is sufficient FOR RENTTen acres of land for corn and four for tobacco Good dwell ing house outbuildings and barns Or chard and garden Located on Spring field and Perryville pike near Bethlehem church qL BRADY f J rM Springfield Ky 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 iITwo rooms second fl orT Peoplesjbank Building Heat water and light furnished If you have trunks household goods other articles to be transfered 3 ou will save time money and worry by tQ calling on the Springfield Trans er Compan Depot phone 22SJ L t Mrs W H Leachman received aj letter last week which stated that 1Coloradoparalysis and that his condition was serious Mr Hinkle attended school in Springfield many years ago On Saturday l eb16 bids will be ret for building a turnpike leading from o Fitzger Ids old tollgate to Mr Ray t bourns line Committee Avill opn bids at school house on MaYe Creek contlract will be awarded EldI H Coke State Eva gehst of sthm Church will beg n a se ries of meetings here the first Sunday in March Eld Coke is an xcellent pulpit orator an no doubt v ill have large crowds in attendance at his services At a nieeting of the Washington Farmers Institute Here last Saturday Messrs W A Cle ents and Ben Haydon Jr were chosen as delegates to attend the State meeting at ShelbyyiHe February 26 27 and 28 They were instructed to vote for Mr Guthrie Wilson of Nelson county for a member of the States Board of Agri culture Forestry n immigration GLNSENG FARM 4 Mr T Ri Bege ley of Texas has a ginseng farm It which wjll in a few years make him lots of iney He has now 6600 plants in a thriving state and 3000 smaller plants doing nicely In five years Mr Be eley expects to reap the harvest and if theBengdoes as well in thenext two or three years as it has the past year it will net him a profit of 10000 or 15000 He has promised to write an article for The Sun upon the subject of the cultivation of this very valuable plant i y The Sift and Daily Herald2 1- NOTICE STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON NTY COURT Ont the l4tTrhlay of January 1907 D Wells executed to the undersigned as assignee for the benefit of all of his creditors a general deed of assignment All persons having claims of against said assignor or assigned estate ire hereby notified to present the same the undersigned properly verified- on or before the 7th day of March 1907 of the law office of W C MtiChord in Washington County Ken where I will sit for the IsdayAssignee of T p Wells M nTheooaoooaooooooOoDO OoO oootrOJ OC10poaoooooaooooo- aoaoa ooa poaoaoGoaoooaoa 4 ooO oodoooOOOOOOOooov ooo ooooaoooooooooooooo 000 000 0000000000000 000- oeUoOOoOCOOOODOOOOOOOOOO ORC ARD GRASS IiSEED FOR IALEI H AT- CUrNINGHAM t DONOANS ooooooooo oooeO O oQOoOoOOOOOoOoOoOoooooooo OcaO of Qo eetx t0 Q 0 I- oOOOOOo oooooooOoooooeooo 000000000000001ooooooo BROOKVILIE Mr Marion Hardin has moved to this vicinity Miss Nora Cheatham is visiting her 1o grandmother Mrs Susan Cheatham Locust Grove this week 0 Misses Mae Colvin and Olive Sutton o Willisburg visited Miss Hester Noel last Sunday Mr Taft Cooksey and wife spent Saturday night with Mr J W Moore Cardwell Mr Sleet Pinkston wite and little daughter Hazel Mae spent from Sat HenryIMr Miller Birch and wife Visited Dr W Hyat of Springfield Saturday Mr Clay Terrell of Dekalb Ill is visiting friends an3 relatives at this place Mr Robert Noel and Miss Mary Bot tom sUint Saturday night and Sunday James Bottom of CormshyiHe Mr Loyd Cooksey spent Friday night with Mr Jim Baker of Glens Creek Mr T E Wilson was in Mackville Monday on business Mrs Flora Colvin visited Mr Tom Prather of WllHsburg Friday Mr Joe Noel spent list week with Mr I B Carey of Tatham Mr Robert Smith of Springfield is spending a few days with Mrs Mary Hocker Mr Mallard Settles of Happy Hollow spent Sunday with his cousin Mr Boss Settles Tom Tarrelahd wife spent Mon l1tir Mr Jodie Sutton of Mayes Mr John Turner of Willisburg is visiting Mr DeeShewmaker Miss Hester Foel spent Friday night with her aunt Mrs Nancy Terrell of WilfisbUrg Mr Everett Keeling and wife spent one one night last week with Mr Geo Keeling Mr Ben Devine and family spent from Sunday till Thursday with Mr Charlie Montgomery- Mr Herbert Shewmaker is on the sick list Mr Bee Poultdr and wife spent Sunday with Mr Richard Pinkston MsrsLuther Cookaey and Levy Carr er are jh Louisville this week Mrs Nancy Terrel of Willisburg spent from Saturday till Monday with B F Colvin r 1Mr me Rumor reports a wedding = oooooooooooooo 0 oe 0- I Personal Notes I Dt 0 D Visitors In and Out ofTowivA 0 Round Up of the Weeks o- Personal News 0- OoOo O OOOOooOooO Mr Garland Cunnigham spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville Mr G E Medley has returned to stayatjhome at from a several weeks visit to her sister Mrs Geo Greene ot Louisville hiSIweekdays in Louisville this week Mrs Tom Spalding of Banlstown is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon JMiss Willie Castle Hughe of Chaplin is attending school here Miss Fannie Smith spent Monday and Tuesday with friends in Louisville Mr H M Grundy spent in Louisville TuesdayI Mr A L Perkins nenrto has been dangerously ill of pneumonia for the past week js reported better this morning t Rev W H Williams is in Louis ville this week attending Lectures He will return Saturdayand will fill his pulpit at the Baptist Church Sunday morning and evening rMrs W H Leachman near town vas in Louisville last week to spend a few days with liar daughters City Marshal Grace left this morn ing for San Antonio Texas where he will remain until his health sufficiently improves for him to return to Kentucky Mr T Scott Mayes was in Bloom field the first of the week Mr Hewett Craycroft who has been visiting relatives here has re turned to his home in Chicago Ill Mr G C Wharton was in LOUI- Sville Tuesday on business Mr Spalding Clements spent seve ral days in Louisville last week tMr and Mrs James Sanders of Stanford are thoj guests ofMrs T Scott Mayes f Miss Catherine Lebanon Spalding pf is visiting Miss Bertha Haydon Mr Will Medley off Danville is visiting his parents here Mrs H R Thompson entertained at sixhanded euchre Thursday after dain2FredLeachman Miss Hadgie Brown and Mr and Mrs H R Thompson Mr J C Greene who is bookkeeper for MattinglyT 4 Moore of Bardstown spent Saturday and Sunday h V ornei J TMrs G C Wharton entertained at euchre Monday afternoon Those present were Mesdames MjwJSyatt J W Lewis Fred Mangett m W Ray4 and Misses Mary Lee Simms and Susie T Penn Miss Kate Wharton isVisiting relar tives and friends in Louisville Miss Miranda Tucker j4 of Valley Hill is spending a few days with Mrs Mims at the Walton Holel f Missel Carter of Lebanon and Miller of New Hope have returned home after a visit to Mrs Trus tyyS fIE Mr Will Wharton yak in Louisville Sundayj t Miss Sadie Mayes jhas returnedr home after a visit to Mrs T D Wjjte of Lebanont Jv1 Mr Richard Within of Bards town Junction is ifriendsajidl relatives here J Mrs W E Leachman was in LebYanon Thursday i l I- tsMrat home for a few days j j fa Mr Colbert of Greensburgi 4fiP several days last week with Mr Ili 0 McCarty Mrs TC Campbell entertained ilfewQf her friends atsixTianded euchre Wednesday Those present were Mesdames Fred Mangett of Louisville P G McElroy J1 W Lqwis WE Leachman H R Thompson and Miss Hadgie Brown Misses Sadie Mayes and Allaire Medley and Mrs G C Wharton and Mr Harry Reed attended a racePUon given by the Misses Wathen at Leb non last evening Miss Mays will re main in Lebanon for a few days the guest of Mrs Geo Austin Sun andHeFaltt 2 1 f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1907 I FORCE TO1THE WALL 8500Worth of High Grade Cloth 1 ing Dry Goods and Shoes for MEN WOMEN AND i f CHILDREN to hi slid at i 29c tn Hit dollar ShragerBr sSpringfields Great Job House have been forced to the wall and the entire stock paytheclamoring their money demands creditor Save This and Wait Until I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16tb 1901 At Eight A M THE JOB LOT HOUSE SPRINGFIELD KY of high grade Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings must be sold at 29c on theJ 5 0Worth to pay tt e demands of the creditors within 10 days The stock consists of the very of makes of merchandise in the world nothing reserved everything must be sold It will now be distributed in the homes of the at 2ifWthe dollar to pay creditors demands Remember this will be the greatest ever known to the of Springfield and surrounding country to buy needs at your price It will pay you to come many miles to attend this sale and buy enough to supply yourself for several years TwentyNine Cents will be worth tOO toi all who attend this sale The doors will be thrown open to the Saturday February 16 af 8 a m when the creditors moneys raising sale begins By order of the creditors trustee H MAX i Mens Suits Mens heavy and light weight business Suits an range of Fancy Scotch and Mixed Cheviots actually worth 10 only 189 Mens Fine Suits comprising a grand assortment of single and double breast ed in Meltons and Scotch mixtures in the very latest shades French faced finish worth 10 only 298 Mens extra fine Dress Suits equal ini every respectto custom work this sea sons latest styles in Cassimeres Chev iot and Thibets worth up to 14 this x448saleMens fine suits made of English un finished Worsteds imported Thibets fancy Tweeds heavy Worsted Serges and other fabrics of finest weaves worth 1850 only1 548 Mens extra fine Suits that embody the latest styles features and patterns both in fine home and foreign suits silk and satin lined tailored into garments of faultless fashion worth up to 25 this sale only680Overcoats Overcoats in English Cloth Melton and Beavers plain laped seams worth 10 only 189 Overcoats of the latest domestic Ker- seYs in black and brown heavy Meltons with belt effect 52 inches long worth 14 only L298 Overcoats in plain and fancy effects in loose fitting and regulation lengths Everything Must be sold WANTED25 inTEHDAYS SalesPeople Experienced t 1 Lot for people chance people people made of imported Kersey satin lined worth 18 only 448 Overcoats that represent the products of the worlds most celebrated looms and the countrys most skillful tailors worth up to 30 during this sale569 Boys Suits Boys Suits all styles and sizes worth up to 250 45098cMe-nssolid leather calf Work Shoes Shoes worth 250 onlyT 98c Mens fine Patent Leather Vici Kid 350only145Welt Calf SChool Shoes worth 250 only 89c Boys Dress Shoes Vici and and Box Calf worth 350 only U9 Misses Shoes all sjzes worth 200 only 98c Mens Oil Grain High Top Shoes worth 450 only 1129M- ens and Boys Furnishings Mens fine White Handkerchiefs worth 20c only IicMens Colored Handkerchi fs large size fast color only lc Mens Heavy Hose worth 15c only72c Mens fine Lisle Hose in Black and Brown worth 20c only 7c Mens fine Cassimere Hose worth 25c only 8c Mens fine wool Hose 25c onlylOc- Mens fine double fleeced Underwear worth 75c only 19c Mens fine Australian Wool Underwear worth 1 onlyIIIIo39cM-ens fine Ribber Underwear worth 33conly Fine Lilse Web Suspenders worth 50c only lie Mens Silk Web Suspenders worth 75c only i9c Mens fine Dress Shirts worth 100 only 29c 1000 pairs of Leather Gloyes worth up to 1 only 19c Regular 50c Silk Ties only33cMens black and white striped Work Shirts worth 75c only29c-eBest J ers y Shirts vorth 1 only33c Blue Flannel Shirts worth 2 only65c Boys fine Dress Suits plain and fancy colors worth up to 10 only 129 Young Mens Overcoats Boys Overcoats Blues Blacks and Ox fords Worth 750 only 98c Young Mens swelj Overcoats all styles and patterns worth up to 10 only 148 Boys Knee Pants Boys extra good Knee Pants worth50c only 19c Extra fine Knee Pants worth up to 1 only 29c i Hats and Caps 1000 Hats all styles only 29c Mens and Boys Cap worth 75c only 19c Mens Pants Mens good Work Pants worth up to 350 only J95elensgood Work Pants worth up to 350 only 95c glens fine all wool Pants in Cassimers and Fancy Worsteds worth 4 only 115 Mens fine Tailored Pants in new pat terns plain and fancy worth up to 450 only 129 Childrens Suits and Overcoats Childrens Suits all sizes worth up to 250 only 95c Childrens Fancy Suits worth 4 5 and 6only 119 500 Ghildrens swell Belt Overcoats velvet collars fancy trimmed all sizes worth 5 only 129 Shoes Ladies Shoes welt soles worth 350 only rt v98c Ladies Fine Dress Shoes in Vici Kid Patent Leathers and Gun Metal worth 450 only 127 Handkerchiefs Large assortment of Laces Ribbons Ruchingsand Embroideries at themercy of the people Ladies and Childrens Handkerchiefs only1L lc Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth 25 cents only 3c Ladies Embroidered Handkerchiefs pos NOTICEDo not enter until you see the name over the doorTHE JoB LOT HOUSE We guarantee the above prices to be correct antf wili luke back exchange or refund money on any pur chase unsatisfactory for any reason whatever Sale opens SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 at Sa m and continues 10 days H MAX Manager Get the Right Place THE JOB LOT SPRINGFIELDfor the Large KENTUCKY 8500Worth of High firadt IIIII Q the of the f J OClock 8 0 own immense Boys STORE sIF itively worth 25c price14cDr- ess Goods All wool Dress Goods beautiful patterns worth the world over from 1 to 150 per yard going at 17c per yard Waistmg from 25c to 50c per yard onlyiL 7c per yard Our Flannels wJrth10c only2cBest Calico gomg at1112 c Dress Goods Specials Double width novelty fall Dress Cloth worth 1 per yard only 1116c Underwear and Hosiery Womens and Childrens fast black Hosiery made with double heel and toe worth25c price 4c 1000 dozen Silk Lisle and Fancy Hosiery for Women Men and Children at less than actual cost of material Womens Part Wool and Pants silk taped also fleece lined worth75c19c Womens Wool Vests and Pants silk taped worth129c CottonVests Corsets Easy Graceful and FormFitting Cor sets in the celebrated makes m military and Straight Front at less than the ac tual cost of the material from Blankets and Comforts Full Ipnttes Railroad Fare Paid to Out ofTown Buyers of 25 or More Within Thirty Mlles Mark the Date and Place Opera House Building Saturday February 16th at 8 OClock AllM J ll 1flt t f r p at u a r t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY Y FEBRUARY 13 1907 A Piano Placed In Your Home On Trial IF Iencewltlots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that will quickly convince the most skeptical that we can do all we say if given the opportunity Our line consists of the following worldlamous mikes PIANOS PRICE 9178 UPa PLAYER PIANOS H500UPa PIANO PLA ERS PRICE 25J EontehegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky1 Kindly send me full particulars by returns mail how t you willplaceapiano in my home on trial j Name 1f Address MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COINCORPORATED 628630 fourth Avenue Louisville Ky rJt l t STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST t CAMPING IN DEPOT The Mother and Child Wait Five Days In Vain For the Father Paducah Ky Penniless and thinly clad Mrs Sallle Crensftaw Is camping in the Illinois Central railroad depot here patiently waiting for her hus band to arrive from Carbondale less than 100 miles distant She has been here five days her seyenyearold son by her side and although au thorities have failed to locate the hus band she still believes he has not for saken her Mrs Crenshaw came to Paducah from Carbondale where her husband was employed He sent mother and childaway promising to come the next day She ran out of funds and attaches of the depot have furnished food But she refused to accept lodg ing sleeping on a bench KENTUCKY PIONEER And Father of Urey Woodson Is Dead in FarAway Kansas Owensboro KyNews reached of the death of Samuel C hereI a hospital in Wichita Kan of ties incident to old age he being al most 82 years of age Mr Woodson was born at Madlsonville Ky May 27 1825 He removed to Evan vme Ind at the close of the civil war there until 1881 since which leas made his home with his UmeheI jm Samuel C Woodson jr at Kan The deceased was also the fa ether of Mr Urey Woodson secretary of the democratic national committee mmof Mrs Susie W Conwayof Wash wife was Miss Re beccafiHawthornr til Princeton Ky f Shelled In Owensboro In 1883 TEN MILLIONS Will Pe Added to the Stock of Cum berland Telephone Company Hopklnsville Kykt a meeting here ofstockholders of the Cumber land Tejenhpne Telegraph Co this being the home office of the company which incorporated under Kentucky laws the old board of directors was reelected with the exception of N Baxter Jrof Nashville who was succeeded by John W Barr of Louisville president of the Fidelity Trust Co The vacancy caused by the death of George Ti Knox was filled by the election of W N Bransford of Nashville To meet the demands of the growth of the business and to acquire new properties an Increase In capital stock from 20000000 to 30000000 was au thorized 4 FIVE RAILROADERS Residing in a Kentucky Town Killed Within Thirty Days Lexington KyClaude Marshall t who was killed in the explosion of a boiler at Colby Ky was the last of fire railroad men of the little town of Sadleville to be killed In railway acci dents in the last 30 days The others were Jas Sullivan conductor on the- Louisville Fulton railroad Will Sher rltt engineer ipn the Q C railroad Will CoVjIngton conductor oh the Southern c in Oregon and Jas Kaley conductor on the O M in Ohio Milton Smith Summoned Louisville KyPresident Milton H Smith of the I N railroad and C A Davies superintendent of the L C L llvlsidn of the L N rail road have been cited by Special lndge- F R Feland of Lawrenceburg to ap pear In the circuit court at Shelby ville Ky February 14 to show cause It heycan they should not be pro eed dagalrst for contempt In not complying with the orders of the court in maintaining adequate local passen ger and freight train service between Shelbyville and Ghristlanburg Death DueTo Heart Disease CovlngtoR KyAntonGraber aged about 38 died suddenly at a local bowl Ing alley When the port0r George Irwin went on duty he heard a pecul tar noise Going to the room he founl Graber on the floor iri a dying condition and notified Dr Nelson the time the physjclan arrived Graber had died Coroner W W Tarvin was no tified and held an InqueaU He de Glared that death V sdue to heart disease Kentuckys Oldest Louisville Ky The body of Uncle Jackson Hines who was lOG years old was taken to Brandenburg for burial Uncle Jackson yielded to see nility while on a visit to his daughter Belle Wimp He was the oldest negro in Kentucky and probably the states oldest native He Was father of 15 children His mothrdleil 25 years ago at the age of 11 years Bradley Will Not Run Louisville Ky1n a letter to the CourierJournal exGov W O Bralley reiterates his previous declaration that he would and could not run ttff governor He says he has received many letters anent the subject andix presses his gratitude for them Distillers To Meet Louisville KyThe Kentucky Dis tillers association will meet February 14 at the Gait hoUse It will he the first session In two years President U Meschendorf Ss important mat ters will hI rnn3liqered Lumber Dealers Elect Louisville Ky+Officers were elect ad by the Kentucky Retail Lumber Dealers associatlbn President I N Combs of Lenin on having declined reelection was succeeded by C W Roark of Greenv IGeo L Tom Mnson of Wincheler vaSelected vice president to succeed Mr Roark while 1C Row Taylor Secretary and Henry Koehler treasurer Of thiS city Were unanimously reelected Dry Districts Barred To Brewer Frankfort The court of ap peals in anirmirig the case of the Lex- Ington Brewing Co vs the Common wealth from Boyle county decided that a manufacturer can not sell intox icating liquor in a local ootlon district fr Chickering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Arm strong Marshall Wendell Foster SohmerCecilian Farrand Cecilian and the Autopiano The Cel ilianA player that can besat tached to any make piano In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not satisfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent FRAUD INDICTMENTS ave Been Returned By Grand Jury Against 399 joters in Lexington Lexington KBy returning 55 ad ditiqhal Indict ents against persons accused of fraudulent registration the Fayette county grand jury has placed 399 alleged illegal voters of this city tinder Indictment This number con stitute onetwelfth of the entire regis tered democratic vote last October The names of the alleged fraudulent voters were furnished to the grand Jury by Attorney T T Forman a mem her of the advlstory board of J T Wil kersoTi the defeated candidate for the democratic nomination for mayor DEFIED PARENTS Mountains and Sleetstorms Youthful Lovers Walked 40 Miles To Wed LWhitesburg Ky Ransom Sexton aged 17 years and Cora Flanary bare ly13 years of age fled 40 miles on foot across the Cumberland and Black toWhltesburgby Elder John A Craft Sextons love for the girl began In School near Tacoma Va Their moWS becameso pronounced that the teacher dismissed them it is said Then their parents sought to take a hand but theyoung lovers eluded them and started on their long journey to be wedded LOVER SHOT DEAD As He Approached the Home of His Prospective Bride Richmond Ky William Gay ol Jackson county procured a license here to marry Miss Sophia Gabbard aged 10 years daughter of William Gabbard a farmer living near the Es till county line As he went to the girls home where the ceremony was to have been performed Gay was shot and instantly killed The cause of the killing is not given Killed By a Car Newport Ky Randolph Reuscher son of exCircuit Clerk A L Reuscher was struck by a car and fatally injured near his home on East Third street He alighted from an astbound c and walked directly In front ot a west hound car going at a good rate of speed He was thrown some distance snd was rendered unconscious and wastaken to his home where Drs Stln and Phythiari attended him An examination developed that ills skull was fractured Girl Horse Thief Owingsvllle Ky Pearl Hughes the notorious woman horse thief is In trou le again She stole a horse from John Broadly and started through hero going west She was overtaken ar ested and brought back to this place A Habit to Be Encouraged The mother who has acquired the habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy saves herself a great amount of uneasiness and anxiety Coughs colds and croup to are susceptible are quickly cured by its use It counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in it given as soon as the first symptoms of croup will prevent the attack This remedy con injurious and mothers give it to little ones with a feeling of security Sold by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass f I DOORS BARRED AGAINST POLICE WHO WORKED FOR SIX HOURS TO CAPTURE SALOON PATRONS Only One Was Able to Effect an Es capeRisky Jumps By Another Made Many Shudder Springfield 0 Fell llAfter six hoprs of desperate work the police forced an entrance into Patrick Ke hoes saloon at Main and Penn streets and captured 28 loiterers The raid was sensational and some of the scenes were thrilling The police did not ac complish their purpose until after they had battered down five doors heavily barred with Iron and then they were forced to call upon the hock and lad der crew of the Central Engine house for assistance Entrance was finally gained by cult ting a hole throughthe roof aitr sur prising the loiterers who had gone to the attic to avoid arrest Fully 5000 people gathered about the saloon and for a time things looked threatening The police were abused and attempts were made to block them in their work but they kept at their task and fin lllWOI out ie morning a squad of detectives apd patrolmen in charge of Ser geant Joseph Creager surrounded the saloons The police were with a warrant and when refused admittance they went to work on the outer door with axes and slelges They found their task no easy one but the door finally gave way Once inside a rush was made for the bar room but it was deserted The building in which the saloon is situ ated is a threestory brick The police started for the second floor and found the doors heavily barred They finally yielded but noone was In sight Their experience on the third floor was the same Then they started for the attic The door leading to this was so heavi ly barred that It would not even yield to a jack The loiterers stood it as long as they could and then they were forced to make their presence known They were packed so tight in tho attic that they almost suffocated They broke open the windows to get air and some crawled out on the roof They hurled all kinds of epithets aj the police The crowd was startled by one fellow jumping from the top of the building to telegraph pole across an eight foot sidewalk His attempt to escape was discovered by the police before he could descend the pole The fellow climbed back and once more startled the crowd by pringing from the pole to the roof He caught hold of It and drew himself up The crowd was given another scare a few moments later when another fellow jumped from one roof to another one the latter being very slanting Many closed their eyes thinking that the man would be killed He managed to hold on crawled along until he reached another building and finally made his escape WOMANS NECK BROKEN Struck Down By Unknown Assailant While On Her Way Home Memphis Fpb 11 Mrs Mercedes Donovan wife of Eugene V Donovan Rn officer of the Memphis fire department was felled by an unknown assailant with a b6w which broke rher neckShe was returning from a shopping tour accompanied by her threeyear old daughter and several other children Robbery was evidently the motive for the attack The attack occurred within a short distance of Mrs Dono vans home In a thickly populated sec tion of the city She dfed within a short time Broke the Treaty On Arbitration Managua Nicaraugua Feb IVAd vices received here are to the effect that It was President Bonlila of Hon duras who broke the treaty of Co rlnto which provides for the arbitra tion of questions in dispute between the Central American republics and that as a result of this the tribunal whiclvjvas sitting at San Salvador in an endeavor to settle the differences between Nicaraugua anft Honduras was dissolved Engineer Scalded westboundraroad was wrecked at Fprsythe Junc tion in the outskirts of the city by n defective frog The engine was over turned and Engineer Louis Wiseman was pinioned underneath and probably fatally scalded The baggage car was smashed j Arsenal Explosion London Feb 1A terrific explo lion wrecked the chemical research department ot the Woolwich arsenal All the windows In the town were broken It is believe no lives were lost The Girls Condition Is Serious Kansas City Feb 1Will Jeffer son aged 19 years 0 ifwas arrested and Identified by Flora May Clark as the negro who brutally assaulted her as she was going home from work Won the Worlds Championship New Orleans La Feb ICapt Charles W Oldrleve claims the dis Unction of walking the water from Cincinnati to New Orleans a distance of lCOO miles In 40 days lacking 15 minutes thereby winning the world championship and a bet of 5000 Whole Family Perished Berne Switzerland Feb ItAn entire family of seven persons per fished In a conflagration at the Mor genthal brewery at Steinbach Eight other families narrowly escaped a similar fate OREGON ISLAND GOATS HAD DUCK SHOT HABIT Pellets Only Tickled Them and They Followed Hunters All Day to Get Peppered Seattle Wash According to a man from Oregon a large number of goats on Sauvies island in the Columbia duringford the Informant says there were so many duckshot in the hides of the unfortunate quadrupeds that the hand icap was too much to be overcome and down they went like sinkers on a flshllne For many years these goats had looked upon Sauvies island as their home and an invasion by duck hunters gave them much annoyance They tried to get rid of the poachers by ap The Goats HadTheir Own Way of Retaliating pearing at most inopportune moments getevenguns on the rig tfui inhabitants who gave wild blats jumped in the air and then hiked to cover After a while the goats got used to the game and liked the tickling sensa tion so well that they Would follow a shooter around all day hoping to be peppered Their hair being long and their hides tough the goats gradually got a load of lead that would have bale lasted a good sized skiff The additnonal weight was a great thing for Billy when If came to butt ing He could strike a blow that was worse than that of a policemans club on the thin sole of a sleeping tramps shoe Sometimes a hunter would be crouching in his blind waiting for rf flock ofmallards to come down to the decoys all of a sudden there would be a rush and whack and he would go keeling over the top of the inclosure Billy didnt know the laws of mo mentum but he got action just the same and after it was all over he would wiggle his whiskers and laugh To avenge the Insult another would add a few more ounces of lead to vort with delight It was a great game until the water got too high and then Billy had to go under No sooner does science conquer one insect enemy of the farmer than another intrudes Its unwelcome pres ence upon the plant world The con tinual expansion of the means ofin tercommunication between differ nt countries Is no doubt responsible for much of this The Paris Academy of Sciences his just reported that a kind of fly Ceratitis capitata has recently made its appearance in great numbers in the environs of the French capital where it threatens great damage of apricot and peaches With a view to combating It successfully the French entomologists are called to arms and the study of the biology of this fly amid Its new environment In France Is already under way Common Colds are the Cause ec- Jj Many Serious Diseases Physicians who have gained a national reputation as analysts ot the cause of various diseases claim that if catching cold could be avoided a long list of dan geous ailments would never be heard of Every one knows that pneumonia and consumption originate from a cold and chronic catarrah bronchitis arid all throat and lung trouble area ggra vated and renderedmore serious by each fresh attack Pdnot risk your life or take the chances when you have a Remedy1les op This remedy contains no opium anahasit gained by its cures under every reliabledealer eneOenenenenene 01I0 THE CIe Chaplin Water 0 O I Power Roller Mills 0 I 0 e n MAKES THE 0i5 BEST FLOUR e lit THE BEST MEAL e oe a L e 00 In Springfield and many cIBuy them and get THE BEST n SUTHERLANDla Qt e oQ 0eneneQeQeQeneQeoe eQeQ THE SUN ANDi Both p t pers1I7F Bryans Commoner 4175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald li25 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constifatioiu t75 RepublicL75SemiWeekly Democrat 1 75 ThriceaWeek New York World L75 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitom st L50 American Farmer L50 Breeders Gazette 225 Z00FarmFarm Field and Fireside 117Review of Reviews 825 t2186ScnbnersMagazine t75HaJJHarpers Weekly 3i sUnny South CLUBBING RATES WITHT = LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one y r5Oti IThe Sun and the Daily Courier v Journal except Sunday 6 401 8a0TheJournal any three days in the week 87t dailyCourierT days in the week six months 2 9t The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 2 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 00rJ H LAMPTON M D Office in Opera House Office phone Not Residence No38 L r L and N Railroad Time Table Sun y only Dally Daily Incoming Trams NO NO NO 41 s I Arrives at Springfield 825 p in 1240 pni 705 p m s at Bardstown 735II 1100 a Th 606II Arrives at Bardstown Junctn 650II 906H 522II Leaves Louisville 600 730u 430rr Pf Suny only Daily iDailyOutgoing T ra No 90 No 44 Leaves Springfield 525 a nu 715 a m 100 p m Leaves Bardstown 612II 800II 220IILeaves Bardstown Junctn 655II 845II 410 prn Arrives at Louisville 745 935rr 545 pm CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the jT people of this great section ofthe country We solicit your patronage RatesreasdriT able Equipments and facilities unsur pasedF i JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME t D WElg- Preildent a Genl ManIIer S ojr tGeJl Mfr Trueer t4 s t rtr r dr II TOE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1907 Sprlngfltlft Mirkit t Baeoa Hmsl5c Bides 12Hc Beeswax Sic per pound Battor 15c to 20c per pound Chickens Hen87o Sprlng8c v Driodapples 5o per pound Ducks7c per pound Corn Moal 75c to per bushel Eggs21c por dozou Feathore 44c per pound r Flour JiSOto JSOO Qinaohg 750 per pound Grain Wbeat 8c 1cnrnfiOd t8tHides Green 8J4c to lOc La rd per pound Limo 90c to fLoo per barrel Mill products Bran 80 shipatuff 100 pet 100 poundsd 75caBattL45 and L85 per barrel = 1urkeya10 per pound Tallow 4c per pound Vinegar S5c to 4oc por gallon Wool Bnrrr and groaar liKc clear of grease tub washed 28c Country Sorghum 5c to 50c Qeose35c a polce MARKET REPORTS t Cincinnati Feb f CATTLEExtra 5 75 CALVES Extra g 75 HOGS Choice 7 22 1h 7 25 SHEEPExtra 5 10 5 2- 5LAMBSExtra 7 7 76 Sprlhg pat 445 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 79 79 CORNNo 2 mixed 4- 6OATSNo2 mixed 41 ll3 a RYE No 2 choice 69 71 r iHAYCh timothy 19 25 BUTTERDairy 20 EGGSPer doz 22 APPLES Choice 226 3 iPOTATOESPer bu 55 60 TOBACCOBurley 5 40 14 75 CHICAGO VHEAT N02Ted78 78 CORNNo 2 mIxed 45 OATSNo2 mixed 36 ti5lLAROSteaDiNEW YOBK 851YHEATNoCORNNo 2 mixed l 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 39 fe 39 t PORK Prime mess 17 75 18 50 IiARD Steam 9 BALTIMORE WHEATNo 2 red 80 CORN No 2 mixed 494 OATSNo 2 mixed 391h 40 LOUISVILLE 76lt OATSNo 2 mixed 36 HQGS Extra 6 20 675 1 LARDSteam 950 f INDIANAPOMB 35IJtOGS Items About the Farm t rrhecomnilssloner of Internal rev en ue has decided upon the following j lormula for denaturing alcohol Alcohol 100 parts Wood alcohol 10 parts Benzine 1hpart The denaturing will be done on the premises where the alcohol is pro duced and In special bonded ware houses used for that purpose only h There has been a persistent preju dice among feeders of beef cattle against silage but recent experi rr ments have shown that steers will make an excellent growth if fed some rich feed along with corn silage and will gain quite as fast as when on good pasture The dairy type steers not profitable for beef as he shows a low dressing percentage and a high percentage of offal Fat on the inte fidr organs increases the weight of the cheaper parts The beef steer puts on fat on the higher priced cuts The American Fruit and Nut Jour nal says that there Is no class of people more favorably situated for nut i growing than the farmers and sug rests planting about farm buildings along lanes and In odd corners Nut trees may be planted for orna ment and shade as well as for use Hickory nuts will flo risk In New ttEngland and the chest ut In the cen tral and some of the southern states In the central west walnuts will flout ish while in the South Atlantic and Cfiilf states the pecan and other nutt Bearers thrive and all will yield a profit The Michigan experiment station bulletin on Roots Supplementary to Si l ago for Dairy Cows makes these concluding suggestions The addl 4idn of roots to an already complete ration of silage clover hay and grain a dairy cow stimulated both milk and butter fat production Incase a large production is desired as In mak ing records roots might be used to advantage The percentage of but ter fat in the milk was constant whether on the root ration or without obts The cows gained In weight snore on the root ratIonthan when led without roots but the difference was not so great The cost of the ration mentioned was varied with the addi Lion of roots to such a degree as to lessen the profit of production milk costi g 42 cents more per 100 pounds and butter fat 11 cents per pound as a result fi Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar mca Salve ia the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Haydon 4 Robertson Druggist 25c i the Sun and Daily Herald 2 4itr5 MOORESVILLE Bornsince our last to the wife of Ham Pile a ten pound b y To the wife of Will Coulter an ight pound irk ij h tMfiaaeSMoHte Hines and Ora Carney spent last Monday with iss Nancy Ellis Mr Love Settles has ret rued from a business trip to Taylorsvil and Louisville Messrs Jess Pile and George Moul have purchased a tract of land from Edd Grigsby for 650 BM Cull and Owen Ellis were in Woodlawn Saturday night Count r Organizer Will N ply spoke to a goo i size crowd at Mooresville last Friday night Several joine the order that night and about fort acres of the 1907 crop were pooled 1 Mr Wm Eddleman Jr and family of Mt Zion spent Sunday at the home of A U Eddleman of Book r Mr l um Cheatham and wire visited her brother Mr P J Cull and family jMr passed through here last Sunday nroute to Mackyille to maketheir future home W O Ellis will furnish you straw berries at 4 per thousand Tints Four varieties in the lot Send nim your order Mrs Ruth Green died Sun ay Feb 10 19071 of the infirmities due to old age she toeing in her 74th y ar Deceased was a devout member of the Catholi church The fun ral took place at St Roses church F3b 12th She was the mother of seven en children twelve of whom are living lackjThis ailment is usually cilised by rheumatism of the muscles am maybe cured byj applying Chamberlait s Pain Balm two or three times a iday and rubbingjthe parts vigorously at each application If this does not afford re lightlydampenedrelief is almost sure to follow For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass CANARYI rII will of The Sun a few item from our little village this week Mr Stanley Fenwick one ofour most respected young men left for Louisville Sunday toaccept a position We regret his absence but wigli him success 4 Miss Bernice Fenwick of Union county remains the guest of the Misses Fenwick of this place We are sorry to report Mr A L Petkins seriously ill of pneumonia Hattie Logsdon was the guest of Ad ray Canary Sunday Mrs Minnie Robinson visited her SundayJStanley Fenwick sold a horse and buggy to Robert Milton for 150 Henry Stump and wife spent Sunday with Thos Ash and family q SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN tliitheadallUnder persons who are sub cbarfteadvort1emehtB wantedLandserted In Another department of tho paper at very low 1uteJ ale 25 sshoats and six or eight brood sows Also a lot of good Seasoned cord wood Mrs Matt C May fSpringfield has LeghonsMrsa few HflVa and desires to sell these chickens as soon as possible hasforpounds beautiful colors at 7 each Also a fdw M B hens14 and 16 pounds at 25Q each Sherman Martin Springfield has for sale a lot of Rhode from 2 to 25 Mrs W H Leachman has for gale a lot of Matyimoth Bronze turkeys Mrs Katherine Settles Booker has for sale a good black work horse Will workanywhere Springfieldturkeys My pen is headed bv one of Mrs Wrights prizewinners at the Lou isville po try show won first prize PiM Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has tor sale Duroc Jersey gilts and males Call and see them C W Homan Springfield has for sale a good work horse 4 E E Settles Booker has fo resale one stort horn cow and calf and one half Jersey cow andcalf Cows fresh good milkers H R Thbmpson Springfield has for sale a good five mule- J G Adams Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale a lot of hay forsalesome unbrqk e James 0 wants to buy a good work mare or horse Also as- tor sale fifty 50 barrels of corn WillisburgKyStallion ix years old and 16 hands bightHis color is black and he is a beauty and see him The Sun 1 t + i+ M1M++ 4 t ti The Sun and1 L1ii Daily Herald R I i Suntir I and r tIt ft Wekiy IIt CourierJournal it SI SO it OF THE BE4 THE OF t OR IN TH t + + + t 1M An Old Valentine Editor Sun Enclosed find a valen tine written one hundred years ago by my grandfather Wn F Young who emigrated to Garrard county KyI when quite young from Charlestown S C While on a visit to this county after his majority he met Miss Becksi annah McKittrick and on his return home wrote her this valentine which is unique in form original in composition and splendid in chirography The same fall after writing this valentine this couple were married settled in this county and spent the remainder of their lives here From this union there have sprung such a vast number of kinspeople that I am balked when I try to give the number The following stanzas were written m a beautiful hand on heavy paper the paper being artistically cut with a penknife February 14 1807 To Miss Becksiannah McKittrick Washington County Kentucky Hail thou Queen of beauties fair And her how I am involved is clear By winning of those charms of thine Which doth all others far outshine When you those features fair and and often to my sight With pleasure I do crave Those lovely charms attending you Alas this pleasure does not last Those pleasing scenes they soon are I KtIm brought into thrall By you I lost my heart my all Fortune took a decided part Deeper for to involve my heart And put in mind of my loving Dove The charming name that won my love So boon as name I drew Which almost drove me to dispair With pleasure ever viewiThose lovely charms attending you I ever hope to see A day when you will smile on me A prospect fair a pleasing scene Trouble be to see this charming Queen With nature sweet incline to prove That she would pay me love for love This day to add unto my pain I meeting with a friendly twain To spend the day they did inclineIFor each todraw a But where is my thought attending me I cant aspire that sight to see But give me to tell to Those lines below are Happy is the man and happy is he That gets you for his bride to be Your beauty will his Youth engage Your wisdom will delight his age If fortune him would so dwell That you my loving bride should be improvtiBut 6h Lady fair I crave of thee That I byyou excused be For sending of these lines of mine Which claim you form yalentine I believe thisvalentine is ono of the most unique in existence as well as one of the oldest A J LOWE r A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cowl Remedy a favorite with the mothers bf small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of ass on as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by evei y reliable dealer in the Blue Grass I SYCAMORE VALLEY Lee Settles sold a horse to John Shewmaker Jr for 110 Ope Settles had a very valuable mare to die with pneumonia B H McIlvoy and Felix Noel have sold their tobacco to Mr Moss for 9J and 10 cents per pound B H Mcllvoy and Sam Romine spent Sunday with the Lasers mother at WillisburgMrs t Coulter is quite ill at this on Mr and Mrs Otis Harmon visited the latters parents at Mackville last week Mesdames James Montgomery and Frank Richardson of Nelson county visited their sister Mrs James Coulter several days last week Misses Inman entertained a number of their friends Saturday night with music Mrs Citley of Mackyille visited her daughter Mrs Otis Harmon Mon day Mr and Mrs Henry Hickerson visited in Louisville last week and while there were shown through the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home Mr and Mrs Hickerson are delighted with the manner in whichwidows and orphans are cared for in this grand institution There are now 270 clyjdren in the home and many widows y 1rElizabethtown News A VIRGINIAN has agreed oallow himself to be scalped by the ndians on the first day of the Jamestown Exposition for 1000 The rest of us will be skinned by the hotels for nothing Suffering the misery and agony thatcome from your bcing ordertryingto lief that you will be all right in a day or twoare you deliber ately neglecting the- whrning of outraged committingthe ing that you dont need medicine If you are the sooner you commence the use of Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsin youYou with your liver and you certainly cant afford to be without this great remedy if your liver is out of order Dont delay Both you and your liver will be better livers than ever- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN tan beobtalned in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded If does not benefit you itI Your postal card requertwiIi brinsr by mall our new CALDWELLS BOOR OP WONDERS and free samplo to those whb have never tried this wonderful rsmedy Send toda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO MontUtlle initials RED CROSS DRUG STOREY The Sun Mfld 4 11 Weekly Herald i 1 25JSUBSCRIBERS SUN WILL GIVEN BENEFIT CLUBBING RATESWITHANytPAPER MAGAZINE + fiewAnd youI consequencsIt BowlingI Lazy Liver Lakes 0verflowers No265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre No 67163 acres 3 miles North of MackvilleonWillisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco plenty posts yell watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from S riligfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat milk house fine churchPriceNo 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 ofrfruitplenty of tobacco land Price 15000 iy TfNosoil5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable icprncnbs tobaccoland stockbarnand church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty tobaccofarmst i7 ICEIIIal Eit AetRt e LAi +s rin liU K- yf lIf +i NOTICE i t r 2 i fit fit1 i We are prepared to do a ll kinds of Buggy Top Harness Shoe and Sade repairing at the low est prices Allwork t guaranteed 41 t THE BLUE GRASS MFG Street opposite Opera House Sp COMPANYJ ltt tMain +T + s COMBINATION SALE OF HIGH CLASS HORSES TO Be HELD AT Danville Ky Febi- r192OF Reid Co will sell 125 select Business Horses consisting of Saddle Har andHarnessChief 33698 c The produce from Kentuckys best blood will bq represented e ITHE SUN and HERALD 2ft 1 N r