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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tr S iFL ICt t t9 dli 1t rfnfith uuor DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 7 r a shyr 7 1 ity t VOLUME III SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1901 MUMMER 12 t lb Farmers A Long Pull A Strong Pull All Pull Together l J IITHe Farmer Is theMost J Powerful Mari Iri J America t f HE IS THE FOUNTAINHEAD OF TaE NATION I For the Past Quarter of a Century He Has Been Oppressed But 1 a Glorious Day Is Dawning and the Shackles W ill be Torn Asunder f f b l J ii j Pull for the oo1aA lof i1a strong pull all pull together Hey Ho- f rrINOW is the time for the farmers of Washington county obec if they would assist in bettering the condition of eve farmerin Dont lag behind Get into this great orgamzationabve destined to not only place the affairs of the farmer upon a sound basis and bring to him prosperity but one that will help all of us over the r ugh furrows which c aremade in our pathways byHard Times Not only the future welfare of the farmer depends upon the success of tHis moyenent but the future welfare of every merchant mechanic and day laborer depends upon its success Every merchant in Springfieldevery merchant in the United Statesbig little old or young who refuses or neglects to place his shoulder to the wheel and push contributes not alone to t destruction of the farmere but he hits the nail a lick which the trusts of America have already driven half way into his own business coffin Merchants ire not as active in this matter as they should be they seem not to realize the importance of the movement Merchants cannot exist without the farmer no more than can a river exist without water Destroy the mountainhead of the river and you will soonYhavenpcrunriihg water Destroylthe farmer by curtailing his profits below the cost of pro duction and the business houses of every town and city in the nation will soon close their doors Mr Bran in his famous Chicago Speech said Destroy Jthe farms of this country and grass will grow in the streets of evefrCity in the nation but destroy the cities and leaye the fa sand the cities will tIspring up again as if by magic NO TOWN CAN BE PROSPEROUS UNLESS THE FARMERS AROUND IT ARE PROSPEROUS Therefore it behooves every merchant in Springfield to lend his influence to this movement Every business man in Springfield and in Washington county should become a member of the American Society ot Equity lawyers doctors merchants mechanicsALL preachers too should Identify themselves with the organization They are mistaken if they thinkthis movement is not for their good as well as for the good of the farmer and they are also mistaken if they think this organization is a fake IT IS GOING TO BE THE BIGGEST DEATH OF JNO E SMITH t One of the Countys Best Known ICitizens Mr John E Smith one of the coun tYs bert known citizens died at the home of his son Mr J Rich Smith in the St Rose neighborhood last Sunday morning aged seventyseven years Deceased had been in declining health for a number of years and his death his family andcame as no surprise to friends Mr Smith was a devout member of the Catholic church and was an excellent Christian man He was born Hi Marion county March 10 1830 and obion6l time owned distillery in that county and made considerable money while engaged in that business In this connection it might be well to say that crateMrman At the age of seventeen he signed a pledge to never again touch intoxicating beverages of any kind and we are informed that this VK pledge was never broken The deceased was twice married butl n both wives preceded himto the grave Six children all of this county survive fhim They are Mrs J B Carrico J Rich Smith Mrs R M Carrico Jas E Smith Mrs Barton Mattingly and G W Smith Besides these Mr Smith leaves ixtythree grandrchil r drejv drent and twentyone great grand chil one was an ex tensive land owner in this county own ing 500 or 600 acres of good land but this he divided among his children when he became incapacited for business Mr Smith was a liberal and kind hearted man he was a good neighbor and a kind and considerate father Funeral services were held at StRose Monday interment occuring at that place Newspapers Indicted Lebanon Enterprise The grand jury at its present session returned indict ments against the Cincinnati Enquirer the Louisville Herald Louisville Times and Evening Post for printing the proceedings of the Thaw murder trial now being heard in New Yjork The Cour ierJournal was not indicted owing it is said to its conservativeness in hand ling this famous case It is alleged that the accounts of the trial given in the papers indicted were offensive and indecent and fold not have been published and circulated It is the first time in the history of the country that indictments of the kind have everbeen returned Lebanon Enterprise Attorney Hen ry S Mcfilroy has beennotified by the United States Court of Claims that a decision has been rendered in favor of the First Presbyterian church of this city by which the church is awarded the sum of 1380 on its claIm for use of the building and the damage it sustained during the civil war The claim was for 6000 but rather than resubmit he matter with its attendant delay they church has decided to accept the 1380 The cost of collection will be about 200 leaving the amour t realized by the church omething like 1100 r 1 On next Monday County Court the A S of E Locals pf Washington County will meet court house at Springfield for the purpose of dis inlhe pool of 1907 Hon Campbell Cantrell of Georget expected on that day but he has yritten Mr W D e that it will be impossible fothiri to be here Ho meeting will be addressed byJudke 1 H Ttiurman WIertheW C McGhord We are informed that over the 1907 crop have already beento ed and that f without an excep tion are interested and are wgrking for the pool At this stage it looks like the entire burlev 9rop of Washingtor county will be pooled In this great struggle Ito put tl aburley tobacco gioWer on Easy Streetor perhaps we had better say to remove him from Poverty Row the cofumns pf The Sun will be open eachweek for welltimed articles JJ matters not to us yhether If you are a friend loran enemy ot ThftSun if you have anything to say which will be of interest and benefit to the farmer in this struggle ior supremacy over those things vhchhae for years ImadTiim r the burdenbearer of the yyorlda hewer of wood and a metoingleks figure in the affairs of the world send it in and we vJfiglad Jy print it IiThe hour for the dawning of a nevda J for tHe American 1farmer and and the dawn wilLcome in on a wave of mellow willbshout the praises of those sturdy fellous who imbued with the spiritjo Right became as a Migthy T dal Wave and tore asunder tlhe shackles that have held the farrr er in semislavery for a quarter of a century THING IN AM RIGA It will prove a Godsendto the farming and business nterests of the c untrytPast experie ce has demonstrated to us that we cannot get relief frdm he oppression ojf the trusts through legislating channels thereforelit is up to the farmer the nations fountainhead that source from whence the great commercial rivers are fed to be up and doing The farmer s in cjiarge of the supplies which keep activity up in this country He is he heart of the nation He throws through the arteries of the business worlc a great forceful stream of lifegiving properties If he shuts off this su ply for one month famine will result and nancialruin and business stagnatio i will be seenm every quarter of the world Business houses starvingIw a end DISPAIR will be seen in the four corners of the earth But God knows the farmer doesnt want to do this He is 10 good a man to even think of scattering wreckage throughout the worldBut urfon the other hand thefarmer DWELLINGS BURNED in r One at Litsey the Other at IiI11w lisburgAn Alarm of I e NInby The dwelling of Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale in the Litsey neighborhood was destroyed by fire last Thurs day morning The fire is supposed to have originated from a defective flue The flames when jfirst discovered were under considerable headway and all efforts to check the fire proved futile On the building was insurance amounting to 800 but this does not coyer half of the Joss The dwelling was a large twostory building and was valued at about 1800 The Contents were saved i The residence of Mrs C R Cheat ham near Willis burg was burned Tuesday Feb 12 the fire having caught on the kitchen roof No one was on the place at the time but the women folk and pearly all the con tents of the house were destroyed among them a new piano Mrs Cheat ham was ill and was confined to her Ibed at the time By the time the neighbors arrived the building was wrapped in flames and it was impossible to check the them The house was partly covered by insurance but the contents werenot insured and theI loss was a total one An alarm of fir0 in Springfield Sat r 4 irday evening caused excitement to run high for a few minutes A chimney in the old MdAuliff property Main street did the Vesuvius act forfew minutes and some fellow full of agitation yelled fire Chief Moore of the firedepartment there Johnnieonthespot had a great stream of good pure resevoir drinking water squirting up street at a NiagraFalls gait the little Vesuvius as if bluffed the Chiefs warlike maneuvers his excellent generalship and the great onflow of the crystal waters t ceased its belching of soot and sparks Bowling Notes Last Wednesday night the Springfield and Lebanon bowling teams play ed three match games onthe alleys of Leachman Campbell Springfield won all three of the games The Springfield team will go to LebJ anon to ig1It o play a retUrn game Friday night the Danville team will play ourlteam at this place RatherUnusual Marion Falcon Last Friday morn ing to the surprise of Mr and Mrs T Edelen they saWa hen coming to wards the house over the snowwith six small chickens Upon investigation they found a nest in the yard under a wild honeysuckle bush where the hen had hatched thirteen chickens from fif teen eggs Five died before they got out of the shells two froze to death after leaving the nest and six still sur vive The wonder is how these eggs were preserved during the cold wekthqr before the hen began sating Get In the Band Wag onf Pull Forthe Pool of oy t I HOUR FOR THE DAWNING OF A HAPPY DAY j Every Business Man In Springfield and Washington County ShoMlil Re- = come a Member of this OrganizationWhen the Farm er Is Prosperous All Are ProspBrousI t If does not propose to permit these gigantic and merciless combinations of wealth Ito crush hint and his to the earth The farmer proposes to place his business affairs upon an equitable basis He is goingto live and let live ThafcSkthe motive of this organization to live and let live If is not for the s f crushing or destroying anything or anybody It stands for taw and ordeLand tcondemns crime of every nature j The farmer has a right to seta price upon his products He knows what it is worth to raise tobacco and corn and wheat Herdoesnt want an exorbitant price He merely wants to earn a comfortable sustenance for hiFelf and family he wants to educate his children and equip them for lifes strugr 1of gles anduJay up a little for those rainy days Andwhen the Masten summons him from these walks here below he waptsto wrap the drapery of his couch about him and go away knowing that his family will riot jbe left to the tender mercies of charity J But he cannot accomplish these things even these little things uhleS8i r he emphatically say I WILL i Farmers must band Hhenwelves together mutually and bro herly They must stand by one another through thick and thin through trials and adversities They must demand a fair price fQr everything they r ise ftoniyaJruntL r oc pig to an 1800pound steer There was a time1 when such strenuous methods were unnecessary but that time has passed There is now absolutely no coIl petition in the markets of the country Prices are made from central offices of the trusts and if you want to accept you may if not you cangb to the devil for all they care Therefore it is necessary that farmers band them = selves together and DEMAND i Pull for the Pool Sign up the 1907 c op- i1Washington county r has lejMn eyerything else let it leas in the pooling of this crop Everyman who r fito pool becomes a link in the chain with which the farmers of the nab n jajev being shackled He stands in the way t f a movement which when completed in detail will make farming in this country profitable and when farming is I made profitable ours will be a land of plenty Let the merchants help Let the professional men help l m l fffv i Let the women help J tTell the boys and the girsto pull for the pool L GORr4 DIED SUDDENLY IN CALIFORNIA Washington County Citizens Dies l In California Where He Had Gone In Search of Health Mrs C L Brady received a letterJ last Saturday announcing the death if her brother Mr Scott Durham at Patton Cal Mr Durham left Washington county about three years ago and located in California hopink to re gain his health The news of his death came as a great shock to his family and friends as a recent letter to Mrs Jjrady received on the day of his death announced that he was much improved in health and that he was delighted with tiie climate in California Immediately upon receipt of the let ter Mrs Brady wired that his body be sent to Springfield and she was expecting its arrival the latter part of the week At the time the telegram was sent money was also telegraphed to the hospital in which he died to pav the express charges On yesterday Mother rs Brady received an telegram asking for money to defray the express charges and from this it would seem that some one is guilty of negligence of a very serious nature It requires five deys to make the trip front California to this place k and the body is not now looked for until the first of next week The deceased was twentyseven StiYthis county where Tie had many wairnu friends The Sun together with friends 4x 4 tends sympathy to the bereaved onEW 4ifiveii Louisville Times Only five caritflr datesare now being seriously mentioned for the Republican nomination for Governor John W Yerkes W 0 Bradley Judge E CORe r W Welsh having eliminated themselves by statements that they would not 6e candidates IL Those who are chiefly mentioned since the date for the Republican convention was fixed are Judge John Lewis 33 T Franks James Breathitt Jud e W H Holt and A E Willson Mr WjlV sons friends are incensed over the statement that he might become a can didate for Attorney General or any of fice less than Governor The friends of Judge James Breathitt are actively engaged ih organizing the western part of the State for hijnt Judge Lewis is not fcandidate for the nomination but would accept it if tern dered him and would be suitable to th rank and file of the partyThomas L Walker who resigned as secretary of the Republican Commitee is closing up his books and preparing toj move back to Lexington where he will assume the postmastership March M A S Bennett moved into the secre tarys office this morning Dr Ben L Bruner Chief Defkity1 United States Marshal appears to have a clear field in his race for Secretary of State CapdJdatesSfor other State offices will probably Jive a scramble for their places ll b pplfc W F Trusty t Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD AllH Dental work at reasonable prices work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Br oN LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying in the world Your solicited prS RoBards Hyatt Office over McElroy Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 7to 9 amOFFICE HOURS tj 4 to 8 p m t Dr J C Mudd I SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J HAYDOSS Office Hours 12 M to 2 PM Dr W W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON cc Office opposite Presbytenan church t over CW Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 T J H LAMPTON M D JSPRINGFIELD KY r Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No38 gf 4 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE fTELEPHONES tpay49 Night 109 II T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtoad n d ra190urt8 CCMdCHORD J ATTYATLAWaf Springfield Ky Wlhlpractfce inall State and Federal Courts t W D CLAYBROOKE rt ATTYATLAW KytWill Washington otding counties and in the courts of A e W E SELECMANI ATTYATLAW 0Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington 4 counties and In court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building WashiSgtonandadjoining Jl Appeals S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky ryg of public sales a Willr go anywhere Terms reaso Phone NOTARY PUBLIC ONMAIN ST SPRINGFIELD K OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH f IhJas J Graves Jewelry StoreI Contrash e boon In the buainesa for thir vtlveve8rs iTHOS J GravesI opoooooooooooocxpopooooooo MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE I- jj Minis Diy 89 NIght 106 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOO JOHN Y MAYES Funeral DirectorJV And- Licensed Embalm r SPRINGFIELD KE UCKYJ Best EiYe tMtentionI Vadsoeit LiHe o f Caskets and Burial Robes Telefiodei Day 19 Night 71 THE SPARROWAND I THE OWL t J 18 THE SPARROW I am a little under the weather thIs week Indigestion is my trouble I ate a small piece of a biscuit made b a young lady who has spent most o her time sleeping and reading novels instead of learning how to cook t-I was out to see Black Johnson last Friday eveningand had quite a little chat with Mr Johnson He told me his ad in The Sunipaid them well Mr Johnson Doesnt like EnglishTSpar rows in the least He says they are rogues worse than crows However he says he has seen a few good ones and I think he meant that J was among the good ones I realize that there is much prejudice again t English Spar rows in this country brought about bythe Revolutionary war i A lady in Springfield threw a dis nan full of dirty water on me o n morning thIS week She is the sa woman that threatened to paste old he man with the rollingpin last Thursday morning If she ever throws an more water nme Ill have her in dieted Its just as to be happy as it is to be unhappytOf course Qorrow some comes a fellows lite and stings his heart and he cant keep down that thumping in his breast and that choking m his throat but there are many people unhappy just because they are peculiarly constituted They see clouds in the sunshine and feel stings where the hahas ought unhappyEnglish bread or poisonous worms and then as soon as hethrpws up ihes as happy as a June bugr M1ct I like a J June bug because hes always humming seems happy Too many people are Hke ftea infested dogshe growl at everything and everybody I once heard a pegleg blind man say Im contented I dont see how v dan be contented in your great said a fellow who had heard him make ther markuWell said the pegleg blind Iran you see I aint afflicted with a mean woman My wife I is so good and so that she keeps my soJcrowded with music and good cheer itIRev Purdom a few ago a good friend of mine Of course I dont go his church Im- a member of the church but Rev Williams of theBaptist church recently told me that he considered Mr dom one of the best preachers in t country I heard a fellow complaining a few days ago over the prospects for a drouth next summer Hes a little early but I admire him for this hes Thishis ev got ahead qf anybody Heretofore has always been behind I believe though he did catch the measles on before anybody else in his neighborhood I am mighty glad M H Jones con ofna rger a on to buy English Sparrows there wouldnt be a bakers dozen left in henYrd a W er chickens a few days ago say Jones two old roosters dropped dead and andevery hen on jthe place had hysterics People have quit hewing chickens They say Jones at em nd they pull for high tim- berChamber1ains Cough Remedy Tho Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup andJWhoopingCough Thla remedy famous for Its cures over part o f the drllited world It canalways be depended upon It contains no opium or otherharmfal drug and may be laPricet THE OWL I notice the women in and around towns are very anxious to read the pa atleastfpets away from their husbands I don t know what the attraction is but I bet a mouse to a chaw of tobacco that some sort of a sensational trial is be ing reported Mr Fred Grigsby City Attorney is one of the best men in town He is kind and obliging and is always ready to help a good man out of trouble but he never fails to make It warm for a bad man He is the only man I ever saw that can keep his temper in ch when the baby has the colic in the dee i hours of night I heard him singing Rock a bw Baby the other night and I really think he has a good voice He should have his voice cultivated singingI ftehycm called the other a liar but they were both too drunk to fight I am told that both of these gentlemen are supposed to be good church members I was in the Brush Grove communi one night last week and spent a very pleasant hour in the backward of Mr Thad heatham 4IJhadd us burns midnight oil reading The book reads may be the bible but I am clined to believe that it is somas ort of a statistical puzzle for at times notice he has to figure ittoutwi a lead pencil tiOne of the bighearted men ofthe county is BseLitsey of the cbmmunity His neighbors tell me that ne is always pleased when can accommodate a man The old world would be better if it had in it more men just like him Somepeo think that when night comes theyhave no du es to perform and that they must proceed to snooze but Mr Litsey is always ready itmatters not how cold and dark and disagreeable the night to go and minister tolthe sick in his community Even the dark hours of bight can be made brigh t by suchmen If a than is afraid of the dark ought to carry a lantern Some people wont walk across the road to go to church at night and the only excuse they can give is that it is too dark brothheer re is a certain place called hell and I pitdownover into this place youll find da ness so dense that itll take a bu saw to cu it turtledcheing a ago may mean ae esces are Mr Ton Miller out at Willisbu rig told me Jew nights ago that Willis burg was considering a proposition top tin an electric light plant With suchhustlrs as Mr Miller Dr Hyatt sand about wo dozen more of the best citizens in that section boosting t little city Wiliisburg may some time soon develop into a big town laid off- in squares with smokestacks piercing the Clouds sf t A story I heard toldat Texas last Saturday night will be printedin Thet Sun during the month of march Its sen4ational I am always ready to defend e pijddicedis only the daytime in a dress of black Tis true that sneak thieves take ad vanI tagerqf the shadows and hide behind the curtains but just think about the thousands of scoundrels that are sleeping I contend that there is teh times as much meanness going on during thehas at night The thief becomes drowsy andsleeps at hight just as the honest man becomes drowsy and sleeps Everyman who steals it matters not whether it be an ounce of sugar or a pound of gold is a thief and thcbig thief is 7tonchicken thief and the burglar may be abroad in the land but the scoundrel who beats youjust beats you in weights and measures and by smooth i 0 tit tionsUSUalIy PUllS ih tucks nrghtisotherwise with millions of stars above the earth LGarland Cunningham stuck a tack in his heel a few lights ago while waking the floor With the baby He complained in a very fierce manner and said tacks ought tobo nade all heads jt I have some starting facts which will be given to the public in the next few weeks 1 would print them now but cannot get the Governor to send the State malitia to Springfield at this iiiPaare out of fix and he wants Ilto get them in good s noting order before he sends the tr ops here to protect me The story whicn will be printed as son as the Gattling guns are put in order dea s with the Old Maids Alatrimonial Clu V of Lebanon I have a stenographi report of the proceedings of a roc nt meeting and it has in it some very startling dis closures Among other things is a speech delivered by n old maid of Lebanon in which a S ringfeld bache neverdOne old maid shouted Glory hallelujah Give the fiber ire his dues Pepper him I shouted another They scaredme so badly that two ot my tail feathers turned gray This meet was perfectly awful One old lady said she didnt approve of such carrying on and they mad itso hot for that she had to escape through an open window A full report will be given as soon as the Gattling guns are put in good shooting order and shi to Springfield with a regiment ofSoldiers erty a maintained temperature in the room desreelthluring the period of making Fill the earthlfnWa1eper 1r tinnot more than halt full of he cider stock that has been tai canted at least one month Add one andlshould be taken in a wooden spoon opiet Vinegar ferment grows only at the surface Do not disturb the cap vhich should spread over the entire surface in three days If the erasure isright the fermentation hould be completed in from four to its weeks The vinegar should then e drawn off strained through thick vhite flannel and corks or bunged Mghtly and kept In a coo place until vanted for consumption Should the dayhes lon of a half pound isinglass and one luart of water As soon as settled ack off and store in tlg it vessqls Usually no fining sugar is needed The sharper is always keen to atch the unwary and pn of tits fa vorite mediums of reaching the at ention of the people es eClallY the attractivelyr frzze uses Ing his wouldbe victims Irect The Farm Journal tells of one of the ovmay on watch for It Is freepres ant scheme The th1 buy from other concerns Or froth r brokers a lot of old signed letters from farm ors town folks etc Then for in stance John Smiths signal re is cu out and inclosed with the swindlers letter to John Smith Ordinarily John would probably throw the letter into the wastebasket the sight of his cutoutIslRnatu lotheer are and such a present or prize send 87 gents topa express charg s uuiiu cant remember competing for this particular prize but he ml ht have lions so sometime ands and wondering he forwards the eked for money Another s dntllo of similar character Is the freesilver otter A letter something after th following is sent to the intended vlc tim Dear Friend The list has just been completed of the fortunate anthed s a fullsize four piece set of sUrer ware send us 97 cents to pay fo packing and shippihg charges and he set will be delivered at your door At the head of this lei ter Is a picture pf an elaborate four p tee tea yet which Dear Friend naturall y hesjwronghet mite picklefoTk spoon etc worth postage Included about half of 97 cents den9 one of the most prominent Jcltteena f Campbell county diM at his home near Alexandria Mr T rueS had occupied a number of imports t pub He positions and was a member of the state constitutional convention t wrC31 1Ia I SSS- SSS1S No 22121 acres l miles from Springfield good dwelling good Price15perNo 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good oolhouseNo 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow 60 peracre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barn3 wellwatered onehdlf mile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 rrfa r s timbertwoNo 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acrls No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 inblueroomdwellingbottomlandroomBwelhngbarns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of icehousedwellingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre inSpringfield milibfrom s No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 milefromof water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 bottomgood cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barns 50x60 ft under pining layed in cement wat rinevetY field all year fine set ot grass 35 acres of corn in year dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres pf bottom land Price 1800 milefromacre easy payments No 30i151 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six housefineprice 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good offineNo 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mire from pike dn PricettfromB1rdstown smaUbarnrest of farm in grass brick tenant house gramery 2 story painted countyPricewellfencedty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whore or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseVaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 J pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre bamholdswater both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7J peracret No 4gFifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass and out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles thisthouse at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules landThreequarterspaymente Springfieldgoodwatered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre offineland good fence price 3750 per acre dwellingsonetobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 i SpringslocustostsNo 5a82 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 6 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land andlocustposts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre torcountywastelandJtoodstable restinrNo 53A good investment in city property on Main street No b4Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobacco bestfarmsB D Lake Springfield v 1u THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 907JIS J1 I t II 1 lrr T I rIrl I I IllouSe and Lot i I rIt II1 iiic 1 tOo6J Iri r 10 V j ilt r f f 1 r r I r c t rI have for sale nearly cbmpletedjja new residence on south side Virginia Avenue The house is built of the best material solid stone foundation and contairissixjrooms and front and back porches front 60 feet running back 219 feet to Aalley desirable homevery Virginia Avenue promises soon to be one of the best residence streets in Springfield If you are looking for something good for the money I have it c J I Will Want Another ft I I Ie r3A r I CII I Lp IN A SHORT TIMEjjf- Lrr e fti i J =Save Them for Me I Have Fir Salt a fiw I Have For Sale fewa hack Minorca Roosters h JIwJ Roosterssr 5 3 ffyj f d NOTICE STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY COURT Ont the 14jbh day of January 1907 T D Wells executed to the undersign ed as assigpee for the benefit of all his creditors a general deed of assignment All persons having claims against said assignor or assigned estate are hereby notified topresent the same to the undersigned properly verified on or before the 7th day of March 1907 at the law bfficb of W C McChord in Springfield Washington County Ken tucky I will sit for the purpose Of receivinlSsaid claims This the 29th 1907 C P WELLS 12 Assignee of T D Wells as as of is it is Kings RObertsopjdrugJdsts 11II ITWENTYSII Itj IHenry 4 B itp I 9Union 31 141l2J 38 7i q 1066 Lincoln J 7 1269 I I 533aSimpson43HardinTrimble 1 7272 Nicholas Brackenb 0 7 1224 12137 r I 375Edmonsonseejiote 5 I 303Todd22 57S 25015aan 5 2o33 IBallard 3 23 1339 131Greenu8Lewisseei C 860layLee iir 825TotalsNOTEIn Jessamine Mercer Pulaski and Lewis counties elections were held only in Nich olasyille Harrodsburg Somerset and Vanceburg respectively these being the only wet in the counties In addition to the we have several precinct elections I Out of 28 county contests in 1906 welost only fwoNelson and Meade Among the important towns and cities voted are Springfield Morganfield Stanford Cadiz Elizabethtown Versailles Carlisle Hawes r t Regular as the Sun is an expression old the race doubt the rising and setting the sun the most regular performance int the universe unless the action bf the liver arid bowls when regulated with Dr New Life Pills Guar COUNTIES 30 14620 16OQ 789 21326 826 17059 132 421 11952 81l 501 Jessamine fl6Q 11925 18 Whitley Lo fffi3 25994 10761 iT spots above won dry No Ifjl vine Nicholasville Hanodsburg Elkton Wil liamsburg Corbm Jellico Russellville Somer set Greenup Falmouth Vanceburg MarionIBeattyville and many others By such victories the Kentucky AntJS lo League has proven itp right to the support nIevery friend of Temperance in the State victories have been won but tremendous con flicts are ahead of us C L COLLINS p Dist Supt Bqwling Green Ky January 1907 iiij rrM ll ll li l l Ii tyjfr lt ti il ll it ilHIGH SCHOOL if NOTES + 1 The joke or scandal that we hoped in our last number to be able to bring before our readers at this time has failed most miserably to materialize Indeed we are glad that it has failed of its own accord for we have been intimidated during the last Week that we fear the effects if we should get out such a number For the first time in the history of Kentucky or of the world for all we know we were paid a visit last week by the County Superintendents of Schools and the Chairman ot the Board of Trustees A visit from either of these dignitaries i J sufficient fe keep anything bizarre from happening for a full week and since both made their appearance on the same day and bent upon the same theInefor the term After a consultation with the aforesaid gentlemen it was agreed that the column might be con tinued provided it met the approval of their said selves We therefore appear before you as an example o journalism corrupted by intimidation Between the public and ourselves we gentlemcnwe will not keep you in ignorance of happensIwithout laying ourselves liable to expulsion from school Of course we will haye to keep such scandals as the loss of Richs hair and the like from the public gaze The new desk that Prof Colvin has looked for for three years and Prof Thompson for upward of two years arrived last week With them were about thirty or forty school desks The teachers desks are excellent being much better thae the old teachers desks The other teachers are said to be quite jealous of the two senior rofessors but it is our opinion that it is all a mistake for there is certainly small reason for them to be For two years Prof Thompson has usrd a kitchen table and the principal has con 1 t 1 strued Cicero over a table originally designed it is thought for a tencent lunch counter A merq application of the law of compensation Willshow that after so many trips to the and after so many times asking the question of Mr Allen as to whether any teachers desks had oeen heard of only to be answered in the negative after all this when they really did come they ought to be good ones We wlil leave the matter to the considera tion of our readers Before another week shall have passed the memorable twentvsecond of February shall have also passed and with it our entertainment and contest as well Just what we will do at theI contest is as much a matter of speculation to the writer of these linesjis to you for we are in comple stig norance of the state of preparations made by the principal and the young ladies and the boys but from all that we can hear and we have pretty good ears the entertainment will be one of the best that has been given at the opera hous by our school TheSaxton Glee Club will furnish the music and there will be several good musical features Preparations are very active indeed for the primary tournament that will be held the first in March at entriesffrom nearly all the rooms and the contest isall but overshadowing the en tertainment of the twentysecond in the mind of some of the aspirants Preparations are forward on the final tournament to be held in May A letter was received by the principal the other day from the Qwenton Graded School promising a large delegation We are expecting a large representa tion from all the schools and there will doubtless be five to eight hundred people in town Miss Willie Cassell Huehes of Bloomfield has entered school and is staying with her aunt Mrs W W Ray Miss Hughes is a bright andpop ular young lady and pupils and teach era welcome her as an addition to our schoolcrowd A debate waS held last Friday after noon in Prof Colvins room by mem bere of the literary and debating society on the subject Resolved that Vocal Music should be a required par of a graded school course There waS t a lack of speakers on the negative and after a vote it was decided to have the fourwho wasIBarIxtIaccompanied by Miss givenby y Waters The society had a number lof jiners at this meeting We were MissAliceThe Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild pleasantincentsEverysample at Red Cross Drug Store Springfiald and try them Robbingt YourselfltThat is just what you arldoing when you fail to get regular and sufficient sleep Your body requires this Unconscious period for repair work without it your nerve energy be comes exhausted and you are tired wornout nervous excitable have headache neu ralgia indigestion poor appc tite or other ailments caused by a lack of nerve force Makeiit your business to you are restless take Dr Miles Novine it soothes and strengthens the nerves and brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today whichleftofheadachesleep but vary little Every effort thatwas made to recover my strength was of no avail until I ocean taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervlne After Icommenced to take the Nervine my sleep was profound and restful and the pains In my head as well as the neuralgia pains left me to a certala extent betterMR9 v 821 Berylan Ave Belvldcre TUs psurdruggist hetMiles Medical Co Elkhu t Iud t i1 j Jt 1Ifr UJIIot A THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 I SPRINGFIELD SUN I ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance pJ ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher rj at the postoffice at SPrin held Ky for transmission through the maias secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year 100I Six M oaths 50 Three Months 2- s1in writing to have address changed always give the postoffice to which paper e going as well as the postoffice to which you it sent INTERESTING ITIMSIl tlV M D L COCANOUGHER SWtiile going through the fields the other day we picked up a flint arrowhead as we have often done before When we find one of these little mis sels we are made to wonder and ask ourselves questions like theseACBy whom when and where were they made It is thought by many that the Indians made them but they know nothing of the origin or manufacture After centuries of study and research it has been proven beyond a doubt that they with other stone weapons 4such as spear points axes tomahawks fleshknives and other relics were made by a race that preceded the red man probably two thousand years or more The Indians have a tradition that the former were exterminated in a great battle near Louisville Ky In many places in our State but es pecially near the eastern border of Breathitt county is a ridge known as Flint Ridge which gets its name from the numerous beds of flint which crown its summits its entire length and a road Jhat has been worn deep by the travel of centuries is still plain to be seen Under overhanging cliffs mays l1 be seen vast quantities of flint chips stone anvils hammers etc with which these ancient artisans wrought their weapons of the chase and war From the vast quantities that were made in the various parts jpf the State and the great numbers that have been plowed up in the fields ever since the State was settled tell us much about these ancient people Each of these little relics has a history that would be interesting to known they could tell us of the origin and end of a nation that were skilled manufac turers that hunted fought and passed away and of whom we yet know so little It remains for some future Historian to delve into the hidden mysteries of the past and bring to light the origin life and destiny of the strange people that are called mound builders fIwonder if our farmers especially those who own rolling land think seriously of the vast amount of damage moles do So fayas our observation t gOes there is sca cely any effort put forth to check ora destroy these little animals but instead they are permit ted to root right oh down the hillsides and cause washes that are often hard to stop to say nothing about the des truction of tobacco and hot beds gar dens corn and grass fields For a number of years we have tried to ex terminate these pests from pur prem ises and have succeeded to such an extent that their work is mostly con fined to the outskirts and line fences of tlje farm Most every farm has one Qr more boys and boys love to trap so we would urge farmers to buy from two to six mole traps according to the size of the farm and put their boys to work and he will find he has made a paying investment Probably our ountry was nevermore prosperous than now My father once said that financial prosperity was a dangerous thing and that but few could s tand it and fter years of ob eruct i n we are sa isfied he was right If thisp true of an individual it is also true of a community state or nation There is danger of prosperity leading to three evils namely i extravagance pride and oppression We are the most favored people on earth yet there are many dying in our land every year from starvation yes starving in the sight of plenty So we believe we should pray that we should be saved not from prosperity but from that evil that may come as a result of prosperity lest we fall into temptation Some say the 2nd your Prathers Creek correspondent says the 3rd others the 4th and my mother says thef 14th o February is ground hog day Now if this confusion continues much longer the ground hog himself will get so mixed up he will riot even know the right day and then what will we do for a weather prophet HARDESTY We are having some prettv weather now and the farmers are busy burniqg their tobacco beds Mr Robert Gray spent Saturday andI Sunday with his parents of this Mrs W S Y Goodlett was called to Antioch Thursday by the serious 9llness of her mother Mrs Wells Several from here attended the Benedict sale Saturday Miss AHie Gray and sister Ethe spent Tuesday with Mr J M Sales and family Mr W S Y Goodlejtt and P H Bahb were in your town one day last week Mr Will Haydon and wife of Illinois spent last week with friends and rela tives in this vicinity Mrs H p Chessie is quite ill at 1Mrof Mackville was on business Mr D B Sutherland purchased a span of mules of W L Graham price unknown rTMisses Martha and Ida Gray snt Tuesday night with their grandmother- Mrs Sarah Gray Mr Pit B Prather was in this com munity one day last week on business Messrs James Moran and Ernest Goatley were in our midst Saturday af ternoon We were sorry to hear of the misfor tune of Mr SC VanArsdale who lost his residence by fire last Thursday Mr Russell Hardin spent Sunday with his aWlt Mrs Emma Yankey Mrs Solomon Kays returned home evening after spending several days witfther mother Mrs H P CJiesser ftp Mrs Savilla Hardin died Sunday morning at the home of her grandson Mr NewtHardin Mrs Hardin was eighty years old the 16th day of this month She leaves a sister Miss Julian Goatley and two stSpchildren Mr Marion Hardin of Bloomfield and Mrs Mary Bishop of this place to mourn her death The bereaved ones have our heartfeltsympathy Mrs Mahalia Hardin is lying at the point of death alir the home of her daughter Mrs Julia Cheser Mrs Hardin has past her century birthday Tea a Cold Weather Drink Onethird more tea is used in au tumn and printer than in summer and spring M++ Hi + T t + i+ + 1 = = I WANT= = i M tie I am constantly in the market for butcher cattle Let me make you an offer when you have for sale I also want to buy Sows and Pigsj an4 oceasionaIlyt tW some good Butcher Sheep fit w I i Veal Calves r 1 Wanted tat all Times + olNotify me by letter or telephone and if possible I will come look at the stock t GILBERT CARPENTER f I also want to buy a lot of secpndclaSs horses They must be fat and in good condition I M+ + t t IP iIIi 1 it W T WELLS to BRO X 1II j eSaIel + = =rWe have decided to cut prices on every article Jn our store Indeed commencing with I + this date you will be given an opportunity to buy all kinds of winter goods and many other + articles at cost This sale will continue until March 15 We must have room for heavy I spring shipments which will soon arrive and we are willing to make these sacrifices + rtJI We Are Going to Do Just what We Tell You I WE ARE GOING TO SELL GOODS AT COST 1 II CLOTHING rwillGood Suits Overcoats for 5Coats GROCERIES iiiIper grocerydepart T But remember these prices will be for CashProduct of kinds Will bi Considered as If want will to the prices + Miscellaneousr Pair all wool Bed Blankets H 350 Lap good quality f f250 Fascinators all colors best quality 50ceachPull line of Bed Comforts at very low prices L r with cutter s you you pay old r Come to us Cut across country Get in your and drive way If you want to spend as10 it will pay you to come to us even if you have to come a ways We will save you enough to pay time lost COME AND I W T WELLS BRO r WILLISBURG KY 7 WILLISBURG J K Wells apd wife gave a flinch party to a few 01 their friends last Tuesday Those present were J H Karsmer and wife EK Keel ing and wife S B and wife E W Smith arid Miss Matti Brown and Mrs W S G bbs gave a flinch party Friday in honor ot their daughter Miss May Bell who was at home from college on a visit Many from this place the funeral of Mrs Colla Lewis at Rock Bridge Mrs Mary Hughes and Joh Turner yisite relatives at Ida kville a few days last week Miss Shirley was in Spring field shopping last Wednesday Miss Ray Wells is spending a few weeks with her grandparents Mr an Mrs Mitchell of Lawrenceburg Miss Wallace Bell is spending a fe days with her aunt Mrs W S Gibbs Mrs A B Wells spent last week with her parents at Antioch Mrs Lizzie McMillin and son Dono van are spending this week with rela tives in Springfield G W is his sister at Columbia Ky Miss Hester Noel spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Willa Ruby Miss Olive Sutton is spending several 4 L Ty t I for v s t r tr Good Rain at 750 J I a 1IGood Roasted Coffee 15c Two pounds of Soda i 5c Good Corn can as 8c WiGood Peas 8c lGood Tomatoes JOcI You will see from the above prices that we have even invaded our 1ment our and have slashed prices there + + Country all Cash credit have Robes buggy our 11 you well the rr evening Yeager evening attended Elizabeth Merritt t visiting days with her cousin Mrs CW Ep person Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shirley spent Sunday with relatives at Litsey It Durro t of Springfield was here last and did a lively propertyMrs dwejling and oneIon The general manager of the cumberIland Telephone Company was day last making arrangements to move the exchange from Mrs Sue Merritts residence to Mrs Lizzie Mc willntake charge of board The Limit of Life a The most eminent medical scientists unanimous in the conclusion that generally accepted limitation of IIthe life is many years below the at possible with the advanced know lege of which the is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seoms to be be tween 50 and 60 the proper careof body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged j carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scienti fie tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the liody Guaranteed Haydon Robe tson Druggists 50c t + t In Every Department tYou will find goods marked down Dry Goods Boots Shcfes Hats Caps Notions Underwear Tinware Hardware Quens ware in fact nothing has escaped in this great Low Price Sale WE WANT TO SELL If you want to buy we will have no 1F troublein tradingILu see the as much long for BRING THE CASH tr Mr son e MrJ week week the are race the by t Public Sale t ThmsdayFeb21Having 1907 and on account of bad health I 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 J5or30 ead of stocK hogs T25 sheep 4 or 5 hay stacks and some corn TERMS WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE SALE TO BEGIN AT 1 OCLOCK SHARP DEBOE BRADYi U1T TiJT- 1 I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 5 T- MoneySaigh f Prices During the next Thirty Days we will quote to the trade Ad- TUAL COST PRICES on the following goods i Comforts Blankets Buggy Robes Odds and Ends in winter Suits and pant Overcoats Felt Boots Childrens Cloaks Ladies Furs and all winter goods Positively these goods will be sold at cost but will not be charged You must pay the Cash We can not name allQf the articles which will be offered lot cost prices When you come to the Store ask us to show you the goods which we are going to sell at cost You will find some nice bargains Come to see us Grundy Mcintire Springfield Ky Dr J1MBurtonRES- IDENT DENTIST Teeth1 Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky l Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Born to the wife of J S Cocanough er Monday Feb 11 a boy FOR RENTTwo rooms second floor Peoples Bank Building Heat water and light furnished I Dont forget the skating rink is bpen every Friday afternoon from 230 to 5 Admission and skating 20 cents Mr Luther Burns bought of WJ AI Smith last week a house and loton East Main street for 1200 W ANTED First class tenant to raise corn and tobacco Write or telephone I at once THOS J MILLER Willisburg Ky Creamery buttermilk will be deIVerl ed to ybu at your home in Springfield- at 10c per gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrot or the creamery OFFICE HOURSDr J CMpdd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9a m from 1 to 2p m iHe can from now on be found in his of fice during these hours If you have trunks household good- pr other articles to be transf eredj yo u will save time money and worry by calling on the Springfield Transfer Company Depot phone 22 ALLEN Prop t JL The Public Sale of Geo Benedict on last Saturday was well attended and Every thing sold high The farm was withdrawn at 21 per acre FARMS FOR sAtE Write W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg 4cytfor list of farms and other property for sale He has what you wantr t FOR RENTTen acres of land for Q corn and four for tobacco Good dwelling house outbuildings and barns Orr chard andgarden Located on Spring r field and Perryville pike near Bethle hem church C L BRADY Springfield Ky 0 Your attention is again called to th page advertisement of Shrager Bros in this issue In last weeks issue of The Sun this firm used a page to adver tise a creditors sale for last Saturn day On that day hundreds of people visited the store and at one time it was necessary to close the ddors until coYldbeuntil next Monday night PROTRACTED MEETINGEld W J Cocke will begin a serie of meetings at the Christian church Sunday March 3 and wilt preach morning and night The following will be among the topics discussed Revivals Perfection Temptation Transfigured The First ssen tial The Second Essential Th Third Essential What is the Gospel Christ Crucified The Sevenfold Invi tation My Church Excuses Missi n of Christ Shall Faith Abide Rich Poor Man and Poor Rich Man Great Salva tion Four Resurrections Christ is Coming The Spirits Mission Worlds Unrest Cause and Cure The Greatest Question Adoption Apostacy Christian Unity Why We Exist Cornelius ii Sowing and Reaping A cordial welcome awaits yoij Letter list List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending Feb 20 1907 Miss Zena Arnold Miss Annie Car tellon Arthur Caho Henry Offutt Montsgomery uney Mudd Miss Plaine and Mrs Liz = zie n When calling for the above please say advertis d nnd triVR date W PostmasterI Lame Back This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism the muscles and may be cured by applyingchamberlains Pain Balm two o three a and rubbing the parts vigorously at reIapplication If d es not afford lief bind on t a piece of annel iiiii dampened With Pain Bdlm and quick relief is almost sure to follow For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass J + iAt Aucfion1- t i I 500 worth A tec jc o n on the jf streets in Springfield Lu Saturdayafternoiind f I afternoon 1000 worth Monday L t Jr Jw II 4- I S M Campbell 1 + W HHt l j t F QOO OOOOOO OO0- Q Personal Notes I 0- a Visitors In and Out bf TownA 0 Round Up of the WeeksI Personal bI 0- OO O OoOOO Mrs Johnnie Clements of Leba on spent several days with Mrs S E moments last week Mr M H Jones was in Bloomfield several days last week on business Mr and Mrs Arthur Mudd left Friday for Fort Worth Kansas where they will make their future home Mr Tot Peak of Bardstown was here Tuesday Miss Miranda Tucker is visiting Mrs P C Cleaver ot Lebanon Mr Watt OBryan spent several days in Louisville last week Mr AlexBlanford of Louisville is visiting his mother Mrs Pattie Blan ford of near town Mr Polin and fa l1i left IJ IwiUMr Alex Montgomery of Mead county was called home by the illness 1i of his mother Mrs Harriet cry MontgomIMrs Matt Mayes has from a visit to Mrs John Lebanon Mr and Mrs Chas Noe spentsev jeral days in Louisville last week Miss Lydia Duncan entertained follqwering young ladies at six theI dinner Friday Misses Sadie Annie Mayes Annie McChord a Selecman IisONan Mr and Mrs Len Mattingly of Lebanon sPen the last of the week here IIRicha Kelly and Sunday Will Robertson IThe Daughters of Confederacy met Mayes las Thursday after noon After the usual business had been transacted Miss Mayes served refreshments xtMr I L Arnold of Texas is in Louisville this week having his eyes treatedtMrs R E Whayne after spending several days with her daughters in Louisville has returned home Mrs Wigginton mother of Mrs Chas Wells is very ill at the home of Mrs Wells of pneumonia Mrs James Haydon of Bardstown spent a few days here this week with ther daughter Mrs Leo Haydon t Mrs Kate Williams left Monday for Cincinnati where she will study the spring styles PI + Miss Stella Simms spent several days in Louisville this week Mr J W Lewis spent several days J in Bardstown this week Drs J d Mudd and W W Ray attended the medical meeting in Leba non Tuesday Mr Harry ONan spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents near- town 1tapon as a result of ah operation has returned home EtMiss ONan of Sturgis Ky spent tMonday and Tuesday with her cousins E Mr and Mrs H M ONan 1 Sh IMrral Mrs F T Cox- Marshall Duncan and G H Cunningham were in Les non yesterday Mr Hugo Losson ot Bardstown is here today on business Mr Neale Boblitt of Indianapolis was called home by the serious illness oljris little neice jIt Miss Lizzie home after a several weeks visit to her sIster Mrs Will weeney of Lou isville Mrs HM ONan and son Will were in Danville a few days last week- Mr M H Grundy and Mrs John Y Mayes were in Lebanon Sunday the guest of Mrs T Dudley Wells The little child of Mr and Mrs Wells who was severely burned a few weeks ago is ImprovingI Mrs M L Searcy and daughter Miss Ethel left yesterday for a visit to Mr and Mrs John Searcy ot New Mexico Master Thornton Waters is quite ill of pneumonia and for the past few days his condition has been quite seri pus However today his condition is improved arid it is hoped that the dangerous period is passed There are few more intelligent and gentlemanly little fellows than Thornton and all of his friends in Springfield are very solicitious about him- Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar nica Salve is 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 talk ing about Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson 25ct4 I HILLSBORO We are having some pretty weathers now and the farmers are busy burning tobacco beds J Mrs J A Coulter is some better at this writing Mrs J H Settles is on the jick list Messrs John and Oscar Me voy bE Willisburg spent Saturday night with their brother B H McHvoy of this placeVMrs J M Shields spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter Mrs Tolly Griffy t Mr Albert Hines and wife spent Sunday with Mr Felix NoeL Miss Sarah Shields is on the sick list Misses Flossie Pearlie and Myrtle Armstrong srient Sunday night wifh their aunt Mrs Walls Mr Bud Gillisper of Earrodsbiirg spentlast Sunday night with his sister Mrs B HlMcIlvoy Miss Maggie Montgomery visitedthe e Misses Inman several days last week l i iC i i T RobertsonClaybrooke corIr BETWEEN SEASON t 17T SALEIII s r I t this means a General Reduction on all Heavj Goods t We still have a few Ladies Cloaks left All good styles We a offering t mat half the cost price Also Misses Cloalks and Furs A lot of Mens and Boys Overcoats at Cost This meats a saying to you of at least 33 per cent Isnt that good interest on yourmdney I 1 r WALL PAPER r1 We Have just completed going through our Wall Paper stock IJIand find that we have a lot of odds and ends that we have tied up 1 into bundles and are ffering them at f V fJ f Per Bundle of 10 or 12 Bolts 5C This is a splendid opportunity to paper yourL entire Kitchen for 15c J j Also a lot of HEAVY SHOES for Men Boys Ladies and Children attREDUQED i PRICESi SEE OUR ALL SOLID PLOW SHOE FOR J fS4 1 150tfWft tr v T 4 v if We must make room for our New Stock Come to see us and we will do the rest r 1 RobertsonClaybrooke Co r t4 L U i i IeIP 4J4 t b THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 y LTTTHT H 4f FORCED TOTHE 1 WALLx I I SALE CONTINUED L 1- S35OO Wtrth of High Grade Cloth Yinr Dry Goods and Shots v WOMEN AND 111 ICHILDIIEII to be sold at on dollar i ShragerBros havebeenpaytheclamoring for their money MERCHANDISE III THE GREAT CREDITORS MONEYRAISING SALE OF SHRAGER BROS WILL BE CONTINUED UNTIL NEXT Jl1 I MONPAYFEBRUARY 5th 19O were turned away last could not be waited upon We have some goods left which must be sold at prices Worth of high grade Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings be sold at 29c on 500dollar to pay the demands of the crpditor within 10 days The stock consists of the very finest of makes of merchandise in the world nothing reserved everything must be sold It will distributed in the homes tif the people at J9c on the dollar to pay creditors demands Remember this will be the greatest chance ever known to the people of Springfield and surrounding country to buy needs at your own price 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 100 tor all who attend this sale The doors will be thrown open to the people Saturday February 16 at 8 a m when the creditors money raising sale begins By order of the creditors trustee 5 MAX Men s Mens and light weight business Suits an immense range of Scotch and Mixed Cheviots actually 19worthMens Fine Suits comprising a grand assortment of single and double breast ed in Meltons and Scotch mixtures in the very latest shades faced finish worth 10 only 298 Mens extra fine Dress Suits equal in every respect to custom work this seasons latest styles in Cassimeres Chev iot and Thibets worth up to 14 this 48saleMens fine suits made of English un finished Worsteds imported Thibets fancy Tweeds Worsted Serges and other fabrics of finest weaves 548worthMens 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 only i 680 t Overcoats Overcoats in English Cloth Melton and 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 298 Overcoats in plain and fancy effects in loose fitting and regulation lengths t EverrthinrMust bl sold in TEN DAYS WANTED25 Experienced SalisPioplt i made of imported Kersey satin worth 18 only 448 Oyercoats that represent the products o the most cerebrated looms and the countrys most skillful tailors wprth up to 30 during this sale5 9 Boys Suits Boys Suits all styles and sizes worth up to 250 450 98c Mens solid leather calf Work Shoes Shoes worth 250 only 98c Mens fine Patent Leather Vici Kid and Box Calf Shoes worth up to 350 only 145 Boys Welt Calf School Shoes worth 50 only 89c Boys Dress Shoes Vici and and Box Calf worth 3 50 only119Mi- sses Shoes all sizes worth 200 ony 98c M 4 129 Mens and Boys Furnishings Mens fine White Handkerchiefs worth 206 only lc Mens Colored Handkerchiefs large sizefastcolor onlyrn Ic- Meins Heavy Hose worth 15c only2c Mens fine in mack and Brown worth 20c only 7c Mens fine Cas imere Hose worth 25c only v Sc Mens fine wool Hose 25c onlybOe- Mens fine double fleeced Underwear worth 75c only 19c Mens fine Australian Wool Underwear worth Sionly 39c Mens fine Ribber Underwear worth 1 only 33c Fine Lilse Web worth 50c only +lc Mens Silk Web Suspenders worth 75c only 19c Mens fine Dress Shirts worth 100 only 29c 1000 pairs of Leather Gloyes worth up to 1 only 19c Regular 50c Silk Ties only33c Mens black and white striped Work Shirts worth 75c only 29c Best Jersey Shirts worth SI only33c Blue Shirts worth2 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 9Sc Young Mens swell Overcoats all styles and patterns worth up to 10 only 148 Boys Pants Boys extra good Knee Pants worth 50c only 19c Extra fine Knee Pants worth up to 1 only J29cN 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 95c Mens good Vork Pants worth up to 350 only 95c Mens finS all wool Pants in Cassimers and Worsteds worth 4 only 1152 Mens fine Tailored Pants in new pat terns plaimffntancy worth up to 450 only 129 Childrens and Overcoats Childrens Suits all worth up to 250 nlyi 95c Childrens Fancy Suits worth 4 5 and 6 onlkr 119 500 C swfctt Belt Overcoats velyet collars fancy trimmed all sizes orth5 only + 129 Shoes Ladle Shoes welt soles worth 350 only Y98cLadies Fine Dress Shoes Kid Paten Leathers and Gun Metal worth 450 bnly 127 Handkerchiefs Large Laces Ribbons Ruchii iaBsortmcntof at the mercy of the Ladies Handkerchiefs only Ic Ladiesr Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth 25 cents only 3c Ladies Embroidered Handkerchiefs pos tN011CfDo not until you see the name over the door THE JOB LOT HOUSE We above prices to be correct and will take back exchange or refund money on any pur chase unsatisfactorbfor any reason whatever Sale opens SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 at 8 a m and ys Hf MAX Manager 1 Get the Right Place I THE JOB LOT STORE SPRINGFIELD the Large Sign KENTUCKY r tI 35OOl Jii Worth of High Grade to be SOLD IN DAYS to PlY i the demands of the crtd Itor AFTER Hundreds of People Saturday hundreds sacrifice must theJ 3now be It Suits heavy Fancy French heavy Beavers lined worlds wg Lisle Hose Suspenders Flannel Knee Fancy Suits sizes ildrens inVici enter the look for TEN itively worth 25c price 4c Dress Goods All wool Dress Goods beautiful patterns worth the world over from 1 to 150 per yard going at17cpr yard f Waistmg from 25c to 50c per yard only 7c per vard Our Flannels worth lOc only2cB- est Calico going at2cDress Goods Specials Double width novelty fall Dress ClothIworth 1 per yard only Underwear and Hosiery Womens and Childrens fast blackfHosiery made with double heel worth 25c price 4c 1000 dozen Silk Lisle and Fancy Hos iery for Women Men and Children at 1 less than actual cost of material Womens Part Wool and Pants silk taped also fleece lined worth 75c19c Womens Wool Vests and Pants silk taped worth 129c r Hundreds of dozen Silk Wool CottonrVestsalmost given awayI r CorsetsjEasy Graceful and FormFitting Cor sets in thccelebratedmakes in military and Straight Front at less than the ac tual cost of the material from19cr Blankets and Comforts Null size Blankets in light and dark patterns worth 250 OnlYn 89c r Railroad Fare Paid to Out ofTown Buyers of 25 or More Within Thirty Miles i Mark the Date and Place Opera House Building Saturday February 16th at 8 Q1UOCkAIMR t fi AL tr 1 n f tJi f1 t I VVVVVzVV r 71 jTDEJ + l SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 f r SJSS1SiSSSISSISVSISS1SISSISLSIS SIS SSSIS S A Piano Placed I 4 In Your Home On TrialiII correspondlence vuhus Being the largest pIand dealers In the South and buying them In carload quicklIcoiiince most skeptical we canall we say if given the opportunity Our line consists of the following worldfamous makes J PIANOS w PRICE 9178 UP PLAYER PIANOS S5OO UP PIANO PLAYERVSe4 PRICE 250 EohtenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send rne full particulars by return mail how 21It IVV NameVr jIAddresstMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COINCORPORATED I 628630 fourth ISISVSISSISISIS Avenue Louisville Ky SS4SSSSSS1SfSSS eSSSSSssssss I0TTt j 1n i1s Hands Ready Jo Be Thrown i ntoVthC Furnace VJVPaducah Kjr Nothing short of Providence stayed the hand of Fire matGrace Cantrill and saved the lives of himself and Engineer Philip Dren uen and probably preventetl a bad pas senger wreck Passenger train No 205 from Evansville to Nashville En gtne r Phillip Drennen and Fireman Grace Cantrill stopped at the Sullivan coal mines between Henderson and Princeton and coaled Cantrill fired the engine at intervals and suddenly what he thought to be a large lump rolled down He grabbed it in his hands to hurl it into tile furnace Its center of gravity seemed to shift and Cantrill hesitated It proved tc be a battered tin can filed with giant pow der such as is used in blasting coal mlnes Some one desiring to steal powder had taken the battered tin keg r led it with giant pojtvder and deposit it in the coal bin Intending to take it out at night Unfortunately the train coaled before It was removed and the keg thus accidentally found Its way into the engines coal supplyV HUMAN TORCH Succumbs and His Widow Is Charged With MurderV +Louisville Kyj Mrs Barbara Boss jefferabntown this county was are rested on the charge of murder her husband Frederick Boss having died of burns she caused by throwing gasoline upon him aid igniting it Mrs Boss aged 63 years was out on bond charged with malicious assault with intent to kill Boss died in terrible agony The burns covered his head and shoulders He had attacked hi wife when he was Intoxicated she says In selfde fense her act was committed she as sertsThey were thej parents of several prominent Loulsvlle persons whQ had Just effected a reconciliation between them Dr Edward Boss a son sought for many hours to save his fathers lifeVYOUNGEST WHITE GIRL Indicted in Fayette County By a Grand Jury Is Georgia Roth Lexington KyBy finding one bill agalfist Georgia Roth aged 11 years the Fayette county gr ttd jury Indicted on the charge of grand larceny the youngest white girl ever indicted in this county and In all pobab11Ity In the state The child is accused of tak ing from the office of Dr WS Montgomery a pocketbook containing a large sum or money She was placed in the custody of the Juvenile court and it was the desire of County Judge B A Bullock that she be sent to the reform school but on the protest of r her mother the case was reportedto the grand Jury and the Indictment found VV Proposed New Reid HIckmanArticles of incorporation rn Association ducah to Hick man have been filed In McCracken county This line Is between radu h and Hickman Kybut the same people have secured rights of way through Brookport 1I tr pots Golconda Jopt a and Southern and Western Illinois towns to East St Louis The Paducah Southern Is capitalized at OOOO but 2000000 of the bbtids have been floated in New York The company will handle both freight and passengers D A Archer is th0 proniX4and local people Interested are B fr Scott H H Loving Ben Wellle and Attorney GeorgeRushFour Sites Are OfferedV Louisville Ky4he members of the site committee of the Kentucky state fair consisting of Hubert Vreeland Guthrie Wilson add Lawrence Jones decided to submit to the state board of agriculture forestry and immigra don which will have charge of the selection of a location for the perma nent grounds four available pieces of propertyVThe tracts offered are the Bohannon tract of 110 acres 50000 the Tyler property 100 acres80000 the Gheens property 127 acres C3500 anti 135 acres In the Arbegust subdi vision 135000 After Back Taxes jLexington KR J OMahoney of this city representing Dt Hardesty state revenue agent at v large Hed sUIts In Clark courtyy to recover back takes on 400000 wprth of alleged un assessed property Among those firms made defendants Tn the suit were Ken tu ky River Boom Co Burt Brabb Lumber Co Hagan Gas Engine and Manufacturing Co and the Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing Co Died From Burnt Sergent KyAunt Annie Wright 96i oldest woman Jn this county Jell into an oldfashioned fireplace and was unable to aid herself Her screams at tracted other members of the family but too late as she died of her burns a few hours later I Third Wreck WthinThree pays London KyThetird wreck with in the last three days occurred on the L N railway Jn this part of the state at Horse Branch two miles north of Corbfn whe a long and heavily laden train of freight ears was wrecked while running at full speed hy the breaking of a flange Lumber Dealers MeetV Louisville KyThe Kentucky Retail Lumber Dealers association was byIin annual session One hundre4mem bers were In attendance E S Nail of Mansfield 0 delivered an Address on Mutual Insurance Expiated the Crime of Murder EdAyvllle KyBeiiV Huffakqr the negro who two years ago killed B Shir ley colored wtth p knife in thei Eddy yUle branch penitentiqry was Hanged within the prison enclosure by Sheriff Sam Cash was a life prisoner for murder I Chickering Sons Decker Sons Bros Sterling Schubert Arm 1Hajnes Marshall Wendell Fost r I rSohmerCeciliari FarranjiCecllian and 1the Autopiano u J tThe CecihanA player that can eat 1 tached make piano trany In order to demonstrate to youthat we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in I yotfr hone on trial and if you are not sat isled with it we will take it o tand the trial wiJi not cost you a cent l tOFF TO CALIFORNIA On Hunt For Persons Who Cashed Investment Companys Coupons Lexington Ky James C Rogers receiver American Bond Reserve Co and Southern Mutual Investment Co this city left for Los Angeles Cq via New Orleans to locate people who collected money by coupons of com panics which went into liquidation two years ago By suits redently filed 2 700 Ieople In various parts of the Unit ed States are shown to have collected money from companies and Receiver Roger has a legal decision that they capbforced to turn1the money hak t receiver and hare amcewlqh people who lost all More than 2 000000 are Involved Mr Rogers just returned from Chicago where he had been on the same errand AT BEATTYVILLE On March 4 Smith Abner and French Will Have Their Trials Lexington Ky Special Judge JLDorsey of Henderson who was ape pointed by Gov Beckham to try John Smith John Abner and Attorney Fulton French on the charge of jmrtlcl pating In the assassination or1SR Marcum at Jackson has fixed March for the trials at Beattyvllle Ky Thf men were Indicted In BroathHt County toLPcountyhester who Is assisting In the prosecution has been notified The men were tried together at Beattyvllle last summer and the result was a hung jury They will ask for separate truths Tobacco Grower Sued Maysvllle KyCharles Ingram of Helena this county who it is claimed signed over his tobacco to the Amer ican Society of Equity and was bound liy contract in the matter of disposal II1ts2ll his crop to other parties hug bcen sued by the society for damages This is the first caso In the burley dis trict for a violation of obligation to the society An identical case was tried by a Western Kentucky judge In Lhe dark tobacco district who decided that the purchaser should have boon enjoined from buying the crop Not Necessary On Turf Lexington John E Madden of Hamburg place says thatthe measure just passed by tim authorities of Ten nessee against betting on race tracks is taken too seriously aid thinks It will prove a blessing In disguise hook making not being necessary to render race meetings successful In that or any other state and that possibly the lawmakers In this instance while ap parently enemies to the turf may la the end prove to be Its best friends Stab May Be Fatal Louisville Ky William Buechel of Buechels Station Is In a critical con dition at the city hospital due to a stab wound in the abdomen Inflicted by W MrMulln of New Albany tnd McMullin wan released ou bond The Sun and Daily Herald 2 A favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Reme dy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their eoughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequencs It not only cures croup when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass AN INVESTIGATION AND INQUIRY 1c BEING MADE BY CITy OFFICIALS AS TO CAUSE OF WRECK t Twenty Dead Two Fatally Hurt anc 145 Others More Lor Less Seriously Injured New York Feb 18IPwenty dead two fatally hurt and 145 others more or less seriously Injured is the result of the wreck bf the electric express train of the New York Central rail road at 205th treet and Webster ave nne Of the large number of the in jured 50 are according to hospital and police reports seriously hurt and the death list may be increased within the next 2i hours Most ot the others rre suffering from lacerations or shock and will recoverV This was a day of nad inquiry by representatives the dis trict attorneys office tne coroner and the police When daybreak came the police lists of dead had increased to 18an hour afterward two more deaths were reported and it is believed two additions will be made to the list The cause of the Week Is still a matter of SlCUlatlOflVAll night Inspector Flood of the iio lice department Coroner Schwannecke and Assistant District Attorney Smyth together with other members of the district attorneys force looked over the scene and sought to deter mine the cause of the derailment of the train The result of their investi gation may become known vhen the inquest Is held The wreckage was completely cleared away All four of the tracks of the New York Central through tee rocky cut where the train left the rails and several bf the cars went to pieces had been repaired The track on which the train was running had been restored the third rail replaced and traffic resumed practically under normal conditions- At the Webster avenue police sta tion lay ele en mangled bodies three of them Idei titled One was so badly crushed that identification seemed impossible excejit through the clothing All darn stream of people passed through this temporary morgue many leaving in tears after having found some friend oc relative in the grew some row The line of persons seek ing to Identify the remaining bodies contihuedV WOMAN CHOKED TO DEATH Weeping Infant Has its Arms About VMothers Neck New York Feb lSMrs Thomas Flynn wife of a watchman was theirtenemEmtA policeman summoned by neigh bors who had heard quarreling found the body stretched across a bed The womans husband was coveredwith blood By the body lay a weeping in fant its arms clasped about the mothers neck The husband was found in an ad joining room and arrested To the police he said that returning from work he discovered Charles Hayes formerly a boarder in the family at his home They quarreled and came to blows Later he went to sleep and knew nothing of what happened In the house until he was awakened by the officers DISASTROUS CONFLAGRATION Threatened the Destruction of Several City Blocks in Allegheny PIttsburg Feb 18A fire which threatened the destruction of several city blocks in Allegheny destroyed five business buildings and three dwelling houses causing an estimat ed loss of 200000 The fire orginated from an explo sion in the basement of Kenyons dry goods store and meeting hall a five story structure and quickly spread toV the other buildings What caused the explosion lanot known The Cornelius Express Co buldlngs Strasberger Josephs dry goods store and Randolphs furniture store were burned to the rOund The flames then communicated to three dwelling houses adjacent to the Cornelius building completely gutting them At mldnlgJjLthe fireman had the fire under control t Will Await Action of Congress Washington D C Feb l8Mayor Schmitz and the members of the San Francisco delegation will not return to California until the house of repre sentatlves takes action on the immi gration bill The bill will bd taken up in the house and no serious oppo sition to its immediate passagQ Is an ticipated by the republican leaders Found Dead On Railroad Track Cincinnati Feb ISJames I rattpn a conductor on the Big Four while crossing Sixth street and Mi Icreek fouhd the btJdy of a man lying near the tracks The head was rushed and both legs were cut off at the knees At the morgue nothlr g was found orfthe body to identify It Being Smuggled In El Paso Tex Feb JS Taanefie Immigrants are filling up 1udad Juarez the Mexican city opposite El Paso seeking admission l United States Many of them nlless and are denied ad mls Inttare being smuggled in Body Found In a Chicago Feb 18 The oi Mary Foley an 18yearold disappeared nearly four mo was found In a lagoon in a glrjwho park talks uppn the throat police tctbelleve she was j 4 FARM NOTES BY WM PITT VKanas farmers are taking to the alfalfa ilea with enthusiasm Secro tary Coburn of the Kansas board of agriculture reports that there was a gain of ovor 12000 acres devoted to the crop during the year the total acreage of the state now being 618 813 Four and five crops are hare vested every season and each crop is nearly as abundant as other grasses yieldrCut in the bloom it makes a feed upon which cattle and horses be come rolling fat Even chickens in the dead of winter revel in getting hold of a bunch of fresh green alfalfa hay Secretary Coburn states that the demand for information about falfa becomes more earnest and in jistent each year The editor of an agricultural journal in Australia has recently written him about the plant and in all sections of the United States there is a growing interest in itVThe angora goat industry has develop d remarkably during the last five years and it is estimated that there are now in this country about 1000 000 Angoras The largest flocks arc In Texas and New Mexico but no part of the country Is unfitted f6 them Angoras endure extremes of heat and cold and thrive on all kinds of soil except wet land They prefer rocky land covered with brush by nature they are climbers and browsers The densely covered rough lands of the south the wornout farms of New England and the stumpage districts of Michigan and Wisconsin are especially adapted to them Their habit of browsing makes them valua ble for clearing land of brush Their chief value however lies in their long silky fleece which Is known as mohair This is largely used in the manufacture of pTnsh Imitation as trakban and brilliantlnes The Unit ed States produced in 1899 961364 pounds of mohair worth 267875 In4 1905 our factories used 1886975 sJiowlngIbut in the same year the factories used 3061910 pounds of imported mo hair The total Imports of mohair in 1905 were 2625575 pounds with all average valueof 28 cents a pound The present Import duty on mohair subject to Increase under certain con ditions is 12 cents a pound The carelessness unthinkingly prac ticed by some farmers and farmers wives In the handling of cream leads one to wonder that there are not more troubles experienced from tainted and And a great unWholesomfcream gets tethe cream where way the cream has been kept after it has pass ed through the separator In the winter most farmers haveno Icp box and the cream is put in the most convenient places sometimes the celt lar with decaying vegetables sometimes the kitchen with its multitude of cooking smells and sometimes in theo woodshed where ali kinds of rub bish is apt to collect The manager of a creamery says he has had cream come to his factory so rotten as to spoil a whole batch of cream say about 600 pounds of butter He traced it to one of his patrons and told hlm he must change his methpds or he could not take his cream The lady of the house said I dont know what I can do I supplied an other creamery and they had the same trouble and it is always a con tlnual kick about the cream The creameryman went to her cellar and found the cream standing among po tatoes and onions and things of that sort and these were the odors he had found In her milk The next time she put the cream in the bedroom and the only change in that was a differ ent flavor Thousands In TaxesV Jackson KyII L Hardesty of Lexington auditors ugenl has filed suit in the county court here against seven of the largest corporations in this sectlop tot five years back taxes r Common Colds are the Cause ef Many Serious Diseases Physicians who Have gained a national reputation as analysts bfr the cause of various diseases claim that if catchixgVcold could be avoided along list of dan geous ailments would never be heard of Every one knows that pneumonaVand consumption originate from a cold and chronic catarrah bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble areVaggra vated and rendered more serious byV yurlifea cold Chamberlains CoUgh Remedy will cure it before these diseases devel op This remedy contains no 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Review of Reviews32- 1cotts Magazine 285 MagazineVLedger 175j 400 Harpers Magazine435VHarpers Weekly435Su-nny South i IJ rt CLUBBING RATES Jf WitH J LOUISVILLE DAIriES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5OiO The Sun and the Daily CouiierVJournal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3VThe Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any threeVdays in the week six months2I3OT-he Sun and the Sunday Cour j V2J80TheJ Herald one yearX 2 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one verv 4 00 J L and N Railroad Time Table t Sun y only Daily DailyVIncoming Trams No9ir NO 43 No 41 f 0 VV r i J Arrives at Springfield825 p m 1240 p m 705p m Arrives at Bardstown 735 111OO a m 606VtjArrives at Bardstown Junctn 6501 u 906 u 622ILeaves Louisville 6OOV 730 430u v Outgoing Trains rDafNO 44 Leaves Springfield 52aim T15fILm u 100 pJm f 1LeavesVVCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COt ThfnnRPnxATnn Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almOSt anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentuol y Tennesseei Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory commMnlcatidn with tbf people of this great section of the country I We solicit your patronage Rates reasdfr able Equipments dnd facilities unsUr- passed jtftV v t JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WIP- zeideat lra Osal JlaaasfJroiecz AitOi1 Mjpr fi t i lfr- s Iy iI 20967cTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4J i FEATHERS ICREEI Mr J DBoswellf bf Perryville was the guest of his brother Mr M A Boswell Saturday and Sunday Mr Bent Coyle Qf Springfield vis tied his brother MrjJ M Coyle Sun dayiT Kimberlin at tended the birthday dinner of Mr R L Arnold last Saturday We hope Mr Arnold may live to see many more birthdays Miss Lottie Best iwas the guest of Miss Margie Christeron last wqek Mr Sid Russell arid wife moved his fathers farm in this vicinity We are always glad to have good neigh bors Mr George Barker and wife bf near Hardins Chapel moved to the property recently vacated by Mr G W Young We welcome Mr and Mrs Barker to our midst WT Kimberlin bought a work mule in Lebanon recently for 130 Mr Charlie Harmon of near this place is very ill of pneumonia Mr Harmon was visiting Mr Taljuro of e taktsickwhiieboon recover Mr Tom Bugg of this plate and Miss Emma Lawson of Deep Creek were quietly married at Mackville Wednesday Feb 13 After the cere mony the couple drove to the home of the grooms father where a nice supper awaited them Mr Bugg is a son of Mr Ben Bugg and is a prosperous farmer while Miss Lawson is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Marl Lawson and a charming young lady Yourcorres pondent extends congratulations to the newly married couple and wishes them a long and happy life Endorsed By The County The most popular remedy in Otseg- GountY and the best friend of my fam ily writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gil NewDiscoveryfallible cure for coughs and colds mak themWeI believe it is the most valuable pre scription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never dis appoint the taker by Haydon Rob 1Q0finalMOORESVILLE Born since our last to the wifa of Robert Snider a nine pound girl John A Ellis purchased a 4year pld PUny from Ed Janes price private Tijere was a good crowd out last Sunday to hear Bro Benight preach at New Hope church Several are on the sick list Born to Mr and Mrs Albert Wall on Feb 14th a ten pound boy The tobacco men are sowing seed and pooling their 1907 crop at a rapid rate Stick to it men and you will win We regretted very much to hear of the death of Mrs Cole Lewis which occurred near Polin Feb 15th She formerly lived at this place and was much liked by all who knew her Tw of her childreri are hbpalessly ill of pneumonia Quite a large erow attended the sale at Mr G A Benedicts Saturday which shows that pays to advertise Everything that was sold brought high prices One bunch bf hogs brought 40 cents per pound S14 Campbell was IHght of James Roland a cow and calf jor 20 Mrs W 0 Ellis and daughter Miss Nancy were iA Bloomffeld Monday OiZIY Spells tnd backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you arebiliousBiliousness is caused jy a badly disordered or inactive liver Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsin is instantly and effectively on the 1iv reinvigorates and strengthens it an stores it to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of thiswondti j remedy has been demonstrated la ousands of instances and it will worjf yourholeIts good effects are permanent DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists ItjYour postal card rcqueit ant bring byre CALDWELLSOOK t tk t woac1erWedy PEPSIN SYRUP CO Mtilla IMl ls RED CROSS DRUG STORE aaOQaaaQaoo a- QaDobaDQ QQO-OaaaaOQaDQaaoaeooeoeOOO OOOoe o o ooaoooOOQeooooaeooeooeoeoueooeaoeoe nab rirs trinorstsr rs Public Saleb = Of =50 MULES 75 HOGS Cattle and Horses Near Bloo field Ky We will offer for sale atour lac e BloonifieldogrthBardstown FRIDAY MARCH 1 Fifty head of mules from two to three rangfrommules that have run out during th winter when weather permitted and with hardened muscles They are nou ready for good service be sold in pairs The threeyearolds are well broke the twoyearolds have been harnessed arid worked One pair of match buck seasonedoalso sell cattle consisting o four Jersey milch cows and some nic Jersey heifers that will soon bo fresh eersIbe sold con setting ofsows pigs and shoats A fe amongthemTERMS Six months with interest from date good note negotiable at either bank in Bloomfield before stock is removed Sale Begins at 10 Oclock DINNER ON THE GROUNDS Humphrey Milton eoeooeooeOOOOO Q U- eaaeooeoeaeoe Qpoeoeo eoooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooooeoo ooooeo ooeooeooeoeo-a aeooneaeoeaooooooe- ooeOOOOOeoe oeoo LOCUST GROVE We are having beautiful weather a t present Henry Reed and wife sfjent Saturday night and Sunday with Will Fitzgerald and wife near Springfield oW Perkins has returned from yule Mrs Mary Wall was the guest other sister Mrs Martha Armstron- Sunday Mrs 0ra Merritt spent Saturday with Mrs Annie Smock at Springfield Hugh Leachman is still on the sick list j ayslastBaker Mr and Mrs J S Leachman we in Springfield Saturday Several from here attended the sale at SaturdayRoy Harvey Leachman Sunday Mrs Alice Thompson gave the young folks a candy pulling Wednesday night All report a iiice time and lots of candy MrS C Vanarsdales residence w burned last Thursday morning Most of the contents were saved The resi done of Mrs Susan Chatham ne Willisburg was burned with all the contents MrS James Coulter who has been dangerously ill for sortie time is grea ly improved Mr and Mrs Ed HIre who have been on the sick list are etter LONG RUN Most of the farmers of his comuni ty are very busy these springlike days burning tobacco beds and preparing for another crop guestdof r sev weekrMrs Gracie Cocanougher visited Mrs Kate of near Stewarts last TuesdayIMrs Nancy Cocanoughbr and Mr W T Kig Berlin and tyif and little gmndaonJohn Wesleywere among- those who attended the birthday dinner given to Mr R L Arn ldat Texas Saturday Mr ad Mrs George Russell spe Sunday with Mr James Best of Ste art 7 Mr Jimmie Best and family visited his father Mr RT Best last Friday arid Saturday Mr Best Coyle of Springfield and t Leslie Coyle aid wife and little Son Robert visited at J Mt C yles Sunday Mr Jim Staton and so 4of Indiana are visiting relatives her Mrs Lizzie C ocanou hr and daugh ter spent Saturday night jxnd Sunday at Mr Henry Lawrences near Mackville Mr Bob Cocanougher having decided not to move in his new house finhis fathers farm moved to near Emdo one day last week The prayer meetings that are being held in the homes of our community of a Wednesday night are quite a success A good meeting was held at Mr Mugg Elliotts last Wednesday night A large crowd was present What has become of our Deep Creek correspondent Hasshe gone South for the Winter If not we would like to read some of her newsy letters again Butcher Shdp Changes Hands Miss Della Carpenter and brother Marion have bought the butcher buss ness of Gilbert Carpenter and will continue it at the same stand 7t EENWICK CV Oder and wife were in Mack yille Sunday Will Nalley was in Sharpsville last week on business Mrs Bertha and Loraine Walston visited her sister Mrs Oscar Bottoms last week Misses Adia Canary and Sadie Fen wick were the guests of Miss Retta Barker Saturday night and Sunday Saturdayenight with Miss Logsdon C W Oder bought a horse from John Harmon for 45- Misses Rose Appie and Anna Kelly ofISprmgfield Missorafamily of J D Barker Sunday Mrs Alex Smith is very sick at this writing H langd at per acre Mr Martin Spalding and J B Fen wick jyisfted relatives in Marion county last w vjr Burr Begley bought of C W Oder a horse for 135 MrG W Robinson of Kirkland here as last week Mrs Jesse Robinson visited her parents Mr and Mrs J D Baker last weekSanford Logsdon and Dan Adams leave Saturday for Indianapolis Ind Steve and Burr Begley were in Maud one day last week on business Misses Corine Leachman and Selm Phylyder of Louisville are guests of Mrs J M Bepjley of the Te as neigh borhood An Unusual Kidnaping The Marion Falcon says Something in the nature of a kidnap ing occurred here Monday morning Sunday afternoon Mrs Mattie Chenault Lexsington on the 334 train and went to th Hardesty Hotel and registered as Mrs Thge e of Mr Clarence E Woods formerly of this place but now of Richmond Sometime ago she was adjudged of unsound mind and was confined to the asylum in shYe was as Mamie was born to Mr and Mrs forer divorce by Mr Woods the court allow ed the child to the father During th MrstWoods during the mothers confinement in thT asylumshe never forgot her and t1 is said a touching correspondence passed thse mothers deplorable condition Mon day morning the mother worked her tharat Mrs Woods telephoned her daughter from Lexington that she was coming after her and Mamieyoung but wise nevter told it As waj going to school Monday morning and arrived in front of the Hardesty Hotel he mother waiting and watchingspied her and they leaped into one anothers arm The party remained at the hotel unt the 1045 train was nearly due and went to the depot and boarded it Lexington About 5 oclocKon t same evening Mrs Woods telephoned to Mrs Phillips that Mamie was with her The child had been attetn ing the public school here for the past two sessions and was with the family of her uncle Mr C Phillips A Habit to Be Encouraged The mother who has acquired t habit of keepi1Jon hand a bottle Chamberlains Cough Remedy say herself a great amount of uneasine- and anxiety toughs colds and croup to which children are susceptible are quickly cured by its use It counter resultwihe first symptoms of croup appear it will conIin the Blue Grass t Springfield Market- BaconHams 15c Sides 12Hc Beeswax 25e per pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound Chickens Hens 7o Spring 8e Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks 7c per pound FFeathersBcFlour J220toiGO Gtnseug37511 per pound Oraln Wbnat 0V nrh Kxv OatIDa Hidea Green DKc to IQc La rd12 per pound Lime to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran 80 ahipstnff fliOO pet pounds Potatoes Country 75c v and S185 per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow 4c ijer pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per fjallon Vool77JBurrv and greasy HKcrolearbf grease ci tubwashed 28c Country Sorghum45c to 50c Gl ese Joc a pelce MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Feb 15 5CALVKS 10SHEEPCOFLOUR SOCORN 3RYEcoBUTTERr i isAPPLES65TOBACCOCHICAGO faCORN614PORKPrimeLARDSteam m 9 22 NEW YORK RFIOUR1Vln patent 3 60 Ras WHEATNo red 4 8 507OATSNoPORKPrime mess 17 75 Q18 5KP LARDSteam g 9 SO HALT tSIOKEj WHEATNo 2 red Q 8 JiOATS1oLOUISVILLE 1VHEATiro 2 red 7B SpOATSNo71 QLARDSteam 9S r ISDIAAiMd5r r1TTLEirlme 5 IP ft 5 3 HOGS Choice 7 00 Q 7 2ft SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLU NI quscribersotherfarmLand for sale or for rent not Included but in ataGrovehasroostersyoung Albert Rudd Route 1has for sale some good work miles two and three years old hasforJ L Allen Springfield wants 50 or 75 bushels of good corn Richard Begcjley Texas has for saje e20U tirst Gust posts R B Cregajr Lebanon Rt 3 has thefirstCfReed Spalding Route 3 has fr sale oatsStockedyear C L Bray Route 3 hap for sale 25 shoats weight about pound dud six or eight brood sows Also a lot of good seasoned cord wood hasforMrs Mayes will move to Springfield in a few days and desires to sell these chickensas soon as possible hasIlorat 16pSherman Martin Springfield has for sale a lot of Rhode from 2 to 25 Mrs W H Leachman has for sale a lot of Mammoth Bronze turkeys Mrs Katherine Settles Booker has for sale a good black work horse Will workany where Miss Eliza McIntire Route 5 Spring field has for sale Pure Mammoth Bronze ofMrsWrightsprizepoultry show wonlirst prize hasitCall and see than forhes ErE Settles Booker has for sale onedgood milkers forIa fiveyearold work mule J G Adams Lebanon Rt3t has hayrJ M Elder Rt 3 Lebanon hits for brokeofbuyssa for Sale fifty 50 barrels of corn WillisburgKyStallion six years old and 16 hdjjjis high His color is black and a bleauty Call and see him The Sun 1 r 433E3 Public Sale riday March I at 10 Oclock au m p Cheathamlace broodsowsness spring wagon farm wagon and all farming implements TermsMade known on Day of Sale JAS CHEATHAM I FARM FOR SALEOn the same date I will offer for sale my farm containing 137 acres 20 acres ofcultivationGoodorchardturnpikeFarmfor rent Possession given at once Terms Made Known on Day of Sail MRS C R CHEA THAM a N a I3 Lakes Oven lowers1 No 56265 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 57163 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Willis burg pike nplenty tobacco 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable ana milk house fine churchPriceNo 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 offruitplenty of tobacco land Price 15000 No 6Ur125i acres 8 miles from SpTlHgfield 20 acres of virgin soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncribsfand buggy house of stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco INobarn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 roomdwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber acres of grass plenty tobaccofarmsReal Estate Agtnt s B D LAKE fieldSprint Ky Picture Frames picturesanyonable best w- orkMirrors Tam prepared to retouch mir shapetoOr if you want me to I will make you a nice mirror and frame Repairing When you want any kind of re TaylorsRepairthe most reasonable prices I Geo B Taylor I n I J t Ik Royalli Sweethearts tI 1isyoung lady with a loyely diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if titJjj the ring and other presents ere bought of me To prove it try It J JASz J GRAVES I w 2 I 4- t t The Sun and Dly Herald