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ITr fi tcr iiJ 1 Jj jlJ mIit prinfith flnt LIJl DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f L i L fok tIl J j VOLUMEt IIISPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1901 NUMIEIU3t fl LONG RUN LETTER Mir Gocanougher Dis Bourses In An En tertainingf IT v i Tells a Story of Great Fox Hunter and Has a Word About Prayer Meetings + DEATHS IN THE COMMUNITY t We had a good number presentand a very interesting prayer meetin at Bro John L Harmons on the evening of the 20th While the church is set apart as a place for worship and should have a meeting of this kind every week each church will not always take that much interest in such meetings Then it seems the next best thing for the good people to do is to unite in cottage meetings which often circles r over a large territory thus enabling many to attend who otherwise would = not have that privilege But in the hurry and rush and full blaze of the twentieth century is there not danger of prayer becoming obsolete or at least degenerating into a mere form Our foreparents thought nothing of walk ing five miles to the place appointed for prayer but now if we go a few squares in the city or a mile or two in the Country we think we have done something wonderful arid the recording angel ought to give us a whole page of his fair book to our credit So let us urge upon the Christians of each community the importance of holding prayer meetings They fill a place that no other meeting can possibly fill The Lord has promised to be with and bless but two or three that meet in His name Surely that little number can be found in each community who are willing to come together in the name of the Master it would bean affront to say less The gospel is preached regularly and we are thank ful it is so by Godly and eloquent men rtbut Oh how sad to know that many country churches have no regular sea son of prayer Some time ago the generous sisters of our community planned a surprise birthday dinner and sure enough on the morning of the 21 of February they with their friends gathered at the home of Mrs Mollie Coyle over on Deep Creek This good woman in an industrious way went about her house hold work as usSialand Oh my how surprised she was when it dawned upon her that her friends were coming to honor her birth It seemed that every body but herself Knew it and when a whole community tries to keep a secret from one of its members they are apt to succeed But then how we did enjoy the social side of the occasion and the sumptious dinner that was tastefully spread as well The evening was spent in singing Bro Johnnie Key invoked the blessing of our Heavenly Father upon us after which we all went to our homes wishing Mrs Coyle who is one of ouri best women and yetin the prime of life a long and happy life and wondering how soon another cele oration will come around On the 20th inst Will Elliott track ed up and killed two red foxes and his son a very large one also With an art that has been acquired by long years of continual practice and assisted by a natural bent of mind Will can read tne secrets of nature The trees brooks fields and forest all reveal their hidden mysteries to this back woodsman for he can read them as an open book He knows the habits of wild animuls and their ways of living would see signs of their presence and reckon their number and location when the less skilled would see and know nothing The craftiness of the fox is well known to him and he seems to know just about what he will do next and just where and how to hunt him He knows his lair and when he will be at home and on some bright crisp February morning when a slight skift of snow is on the ground this old hunt er goes out and after taking careful observation of the weather and if fav orable he may soon be seer clad in his hunting suit without the companionship of even his trusty dog and with breech- loader in hand silently and cautiously making his way through forest and field in pursuit of his favorite game Mr Reynard who usually sleeps with one eye open may be securely resting in a warm secluded on some southern slope plahning where and how he will get the next Jamb or dreaming of some fat poultry yard lit tle realizing that so formidable a foe is near and that he is in great danger for if his little red form springs in sight if but for a moment it is in stantly covered by this deadly hunter Then a report that echoes through the Long liun and Deep Creek hillsa brief struggle and all is over On th f morning of the 20th Mr Will dwards of near Perryville P Otc his reward The following day of that place preached his funeral and his remains were laid away in that beautiful cemetery His deat was caused by abcess 04 the lungs afper an illness of one v eek He was a Christian gentleman andI had been Sunday school superinter dent for some twenty years and squir for a number of years He waS a pro per ous farmer and business man as veil and his death leaves a great va ant place in his home church and coun by i After twelve days confinement Irs Amanda F Isham departed this Ife her death being due to pneumonia She was porn Feb 17 1873 died Feb 26 1907 She professed religion at thage of fifteen and joined the Rock Bridge church tw o years afterwards Deceased was married to Mr James Isharp on the 31 of pet 1889 The r mams were taken to hock Bridge tuneral services being conducted by Rev J ASinims Mrs Isham was perfectly willing to die her last words being Jesu is waiting all meet me JnJheaven She leaves a husband daughter fat eri mother four brothers and three sis ters Blessed are the dead that die in the Loffl Prof W B Edwards who is one of our best isurveyors passed thro gh Jensonton last week on his way hi me after an absence of two weeks in the Boyle county knobs where he had ben suryeying He reports such land worth about 250 per acre He rttn one that was nearly two miles long and surveying was very difficult in that rough country He could not pe pre vailed upon to spend the night with his brother but must go home to look af ter his seng beds DROPPED DEAD Aged Citizen of Moores villei Died Suddenly Yesterday Mr ThoS Moore of Mooresvill aged about seventy three years die d suddenly at his home at that place ye terday afternoon He left the house a few minutes before he received the fat xl stroke to go to thelbarn for some pu pose and full in the yard When h s wife and daughter reached his side e was unconscious and remained in th t state until his death a few hours late The deceased was one of the bet known men in that section and h s death was a great shock to the con munity HP was highly respected b all people arid was a good citizen D ceased leaves a wife two sons and a daughter who have the sympathy f all Funeral services will occur th s afternoon atMt Zion Mr Jas Moore a brother of the de t ceased died suddenly at his home t Mooresville about twoi months ago A Popular Man Harrodsburg Herald The friends o Mr Glave Goddard are urging him t announce for the Legislature an promising him the support of the far mers We were unable to see Mr God dard and firid out whether he will con sent to run Should he do so howeve he would proVe a yery strong candidat and it would be ahard matter to a better man to represent Mercer counj ty in the Legislature it t OVER 1700 ACRES OF CROP POOLED Enthusiastic Meeting Here Monday ernoonStrong Addresses Delivered WAREHOUSE TO BE ERECTED AT EARLY DATE One of the most enthusiastic meetings ever held in Springfield was that of the Burley Growers held here last Monday afternoon The meeting was addressed by Jon W C McChord and Judge I H Thur man The boys were in a shouting mood and they made the rafters ring Up to the present over 1700 acres of the 1907 crop have been pooled At the close of the speeches by MrI McChord and Judge Thurman 1000 acres were put in the pool in less than 30 minutes The pooling movement is spreading like wildfire The big grower and the little grower are working shoulder to shoulder in a brotherly way Bulb for the Burley Boosters Everybody is pulling for the pool Judge Thurman spoke first on last Monday and the made an excellent speech From a reasoning standpoint it was one of the best heard here upon at l Our of last Friday night seems to have gone off fully up to our expectations for we have heard nothing but compliments for all who engaged in it The program was interspersed with musical selections rendered by the members ot the Saxton Glee Club The program opened with two selections by the glee club El Korah and Over the Waves The came upon the stage and were introduced bylMr Leo Simnis in a few well prepared remarks Tom Colvin the first speaker among the boys delivered John Temple Graves Eulo yon Henry W Grady He spoke well howing the effects of efficient traini ig Miss Louise Haydon followed him with a recitation Flying Jims Last eap which she did with grace and e ect Next came a song by Miss Mary Haydon on the by M ss Sue W Ray Jarted by Tosti The next speaker was Knight Hand whq spoke Henry W Gradys Bob It was delivered with a grace and e se that is hard to find in a con test o this kind Miss Rodman Thur man f llowed him with the First Set tlers tory which she delivered well After these two speeches a vocal quar tette consisting Misses Ray and Haydo and Messrs Colvin and Med ley s ing Kiss Me Goodnight The next peaker was Mr Ben F Simms Jr whoppoke My Mother My Coun try My God His delivery was ex cellent and hut for a lapse in memory would have had an excellent showing for the medal Following this was a song by Harry Shultz accompanied by Misses Ray and Nunan and Mr Thompson Miss Nellie Simms next delivered in a charming way Trowbridges Vagabonds The last speaker of the boys was Harry Shultz who in his splendid deep voice delivered the old favourite recitation How the Church was built at Kehoes Bar Miss Hat tie Rice came last with the winning speech among the girls She recited in an inimitable way and to the de light of the entire audience Grandma Keeler gets Grandpa Keeler ready for Sunday School While the judges were out a guitar quartette was played by Misses Ray and Nunan and Profes sors Thompson and Hume Miss Ray also played a delightful guitar solo- = the tobacco subject In his clear logi cal manner he pain ed out to the growers the absolute recessity of pooling the 1907 crop and his words went straight home t most of the large 100mHe Mr McChord om the boys haye nicknamed The Horse of ttil Burley Growers McChord frori the verj begin held the rap attention of the audience and he was cheered to the echo He did not mince words and struck straight fom the shoulder Mr McChord strong appeal ml1dla to the farmers 1907 crop The Board of Control of County has a sixacre lot on the railroad and appointed a build ing committee hatrk upon the large warehouse will ommenced as soon as the lumber can be procured and pub upon the gr undI The lot lies just outside the town lim ts near the power wasIINTERESTING CONTEST Pupils Springfield Graded Opera House Last Friday Night entertainment speakersthen accompanied of Washington School When KniithOOdwas in Flower11 The judges were seme time deciding as the contests wer very close Mr John Polin in a well worded speech presented the medals to Handy and to Miss Hattie judges were Mr Polin M fictThe and Mr C M We have been so busy during the last week that we all about takfrFot ing notes for this Our memory is not so good as it was before Minton heenjsevtwo very striking pieces of news that we do note guarantee to verify for the reasons aforesaid We believe that they are largely true howeyer which is all that a newspaper article need be Practice was again resumed last Week by the young ladies baseball team They have a park on the school grounds to the north and all the re cesses are spent in getting into shape for the match game they expect to play with Lebanon The exact lineup has not been decided uport ind they have not even yet chosen their captain The race for this position will be one of the most hotly cpntested affairs have ever taken place in school thatI When it comes off we intend to let you know all the details We promise that they will be interesting Babe Buck man seems at the present writing tOi have control of the situation Other probable candidates are Jeannette Mc Clellan Hattie Rice Bennie Waters and Nellie Simms It may be necessary to introduce theII old Latin custom of leaving the come forth and make his bow to audience saying Nunc applaudite now applaud since the thrilling experiences of the Saxton Glee Club the night of the entertainment At the end of the first piece the house was as silent as a graveyard at midnight and in the midst of the next selection the curtain was rung down They will employ a herald next time who will notify the audie ice and stage carpen ters when the end of the piece comes j t First Visit In 53 Years Mr Wm Salmon of Shoals Ind has been in the county for the past two weeks visiting relatives Fiftythree years ago last November Mr Salmon together with his mother and father one sister and brother passed through Springfield in wagons enroute to their Inoiana home and not until today has he been in Springfield since then He is now the only surviving member of his family Howeyer the brother who left here with him disappeared thirty years ago and it is supposed that he was murdered as no trace of him could be found Mr Salmon was with Sher man during the war and was in the fa mous march to the sea Death at Holy Cross MrE Ballard of Mclntire was called to Holy Cross Sunday night by the death of his brother Deceased was wellknown in this county he haying clerked in his brothers store at Mc Intire for quite a while He was a man loved and honored by all who knew him and his death was a great shock to his friends Death of a Centenarian Mrs Martha Hardin died at her home at Polin last week aged 101 years five months and ten days She was perhaps the oldest person in Kentucky and was one of the most interesting characters in this section of the State Hermem ory was good and she coujd relate many entertaining stories of the days when our grandfathers were Mrs Hardin lived to see her great great grand children Death of a Child Little Elizabeth OBryan daughter of the late Jas P OBryan died in St Marys Hospital in Louisville from the effects of measles Her remains were brought to McIntire and interred in the St Rose cemetery last Monday Remains Arrive The remains of Mr Scott Durham whos death was reported in last weeks issue of The Sun arrived Mon day at noon haying been sent frqm Patton Cal Funeral services were conducted by Rev Purdom and the body was interred at Bethlehem Tues day morning Congratulations The Sun desires to extend congratu lations to Mr Jas Hayes who was married at Seelbachs Hotel in Louisville Jast week to Miss Nora Bonta The bride is one of the countys prettiest and most highly accomplished young worm n Mr Hayes is a prominent young armer of this county and qualitiesIMay the voyage of these two be a hap py one and may the seas be calm as Lifes great barque sails toward that port where all must anchor jn the end 01r Luther in MixUp Last Friday night yhile driving home Luther Burns had quite a narrow es cape from death or serious injury Mr Burns left town about dusk driving behind the buggy occupied by Reed Spalding Upon reaching the tollgate xm the Willisburg pike Mr Spalding pulled to the side of the road and MrI Burns thinking that the move passISpalding however had heard a rider coming in a fast gallop and had pulled aside for this reason This was un known to Mr Bums and as a consequence John Reed a negro on horse back ran into him Mr Burns was thrown from his buggy but not jured aside from a sprained wrist his buggy however was well nigh demol ished The negro was also thrown but was not injured Speaking 0Mr Will Nally County fojiizer for theA S of E will speakatWleasant FredericktownItr 4e KENTUCKY THAW CASE 7 hioPrisoner Sent to Springfield For Safe ManKeeping Killed a In Campbellsyille L James A Shipp who shot and j1li tJ A Smith at CampbelsvilfeVspnieV time ago has been sent here for safekeeping Shipp was tried in the circuit court of Taylor county and given a life sentence This sentence was reversed by the Court of Appeals Shipp was granted a new trial and also a change of venue Affidavits were filed before Judge I H Thurman Circuit Judge of this the Eleventh Judicial District setting out that it would be unsafe for Shipp to remain in the Taylor county jail and he ordered him to be moved here which has been done it was the opinion of Shipp against the Com monwealth which Mr Delmas requested the X31erk of the Courtof Appeals to send to New York for use in the Thaw case Attended Sale Editor Sun In companyj withMiSE S Mayes Jr I attended the combination Durocs bred ow sole held in Louisville last Friday the 22 THe sale was well attended nearly every weatern State and several southern States being represented and a good many from Ohio and Indiana were present The record price for this years public sales was broken56 heard sold at an average of 140 pet head The Ohio circuit of public sales field during the week Feb 1116 Thehighestaver- age was 13944 per head 1 notedwith pleasure that Kentucky kept the majority of good ones but the top one went to Ohio at 530 Indiana getting one at 500 butlowa and Nebraska got mighty busy among the good ones andcarried some away top One no ticeable feature was a spirited bidder against the breeder long prices didnt seem to scare him worth a cent J lJ ShelbyEi Circuit Court J Circuit Court convened here Monday There is little business of importance to come up this term and it is thought that court will adjourn thAfirst otnit week Judge Thurmans charge to the grand jury was very forcible PETIT JURY D W Burns R L Clements DerringerEJ J R Davis JI Royalty J L Cochran Ed Linton Leo Haydon Robt Wheatley F F Montgomery C C Barnett ThompsonJReuben Bottom Walter Hays t John Hall Will Willard Thompson Thos Newton GRAND JURY JFSimmsSheriff Sterling Hungate J N Bowles J W Grider Howard McElroy John Edelen IftirDanCL Brady Sam Hall Foreman J M Trent Aged Man Deal Died at his home near SparrowiEyr on February 20 1907 Haydoh E Hahn in the 89th year of his age of infirmities due to old age Deceased was one of the pioneer settlers of this part of the county He was a straightfor ward upright citizen was known in this and adjoining counties His friends were numbered by his ac quaintance He is survived his wife andsix sons who have the sympathy of many friends in their Will Leave Lebanon Mr S B Thompson announces aSa1fr ot his hotel fixtures next Satuxjiay tat Lebanon He and his wife will Leave that place but have not yet decided where they will locate 1 the Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take anti pleasant in effect take Chamberlains Stomach ahd Liyer Tablets Price 25 cents Every box warranted Get a free sample at Red Cross Drug Storey Springfield and try them J r v I itiI TIfr t + 1H 2 THE SPRIN FIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1901 I re WeFe Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalwork at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Offlco over Uaydon tBarber iiIDa LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable- andt1lo beSt dividendpaying company in the world Your s s 1 Djrs RoBards Hyatt Orifice oyer McElroy Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY mOFFICE r Dr J C IMuddf JGFIELD KENTUCKY J i itOFFICE cJ Office Hours 12 M to 2 PoM Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oftfice opposite Presbyterian church r over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 J 4 J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD kY 4 i Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No38 1MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE V TELEPHONES Day44a Night 109 91 Vv T SCOTTMAYES ATTYAT LAW 1 Springfield Ky Washingtonandand Federal COurt C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW r Springfield Ky CWiil practice in all State and Federal vonrte WD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW i Springfield Ky Washinand Ap n peals W E SELECMAN in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals i7 MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Washse Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL jUCTIONfSpringfield Ky specialtyWiIIable Phone 84 ti NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store 5S Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts Allkinda of pension business a specialty Have been In the business for thlrty ve years THOS J Graves oooooocoooooooooooooooooog MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE I- l IftsDIY 89 Night 106 oooopooooooooooooooooococo JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And r Ucensed Embalmer SB INGFIELD = KENTUCKY Beat AttentionrhEve courtsey shown j IHr4SeIIIeLt ne of Caskets and Burial RoSes TelePhalie Day 19 Night 74 f I THE SPARROW e Aiun j THEOWLI 0 s THEM SPARROW I heard a couple of young guys arguing a few Bays ago about the proper way to commence a letter to your sweetheart One of em said the letter ought to commence Dear The other one said it oughtlto commence Honey Both of these swains were Very much inj earnest and for a time the argument waxed warm As a compromise 1 suggested that they write it lDimpledDump ling and thewere both very much pleased Two young ladies in Springfield will now Deceive letters commenc ing in the above very loving manner I was out to see Mr Charlie Pone last Saturday evening Mr Pope is one of the very few men I know who SparrowHemay see in us much that is not good Whenever I finda man who doesnt dislike Sparrows know he is an extraordinary good manr I a few minutes last Saturday afterngon on the porch in front of Mr Cecils drug store air Frederickstown While there I heard a young man ask Mr Cecil if it was true that the County Irk had raised the price of mar riage license Mr Cecil told him that the increase didnt take place until the first of April arid that the price would then be 21080 the 30 cents being the estimated value of the average groom and the S210 the value of the average awaymurmuringrangements for a new suit befor April I heard a negro hollering a few day ago to beat the Dand I said Nigger what you making so much fuss about myh01 I spent last Friday morning with Mr Thos1 Graham tit Sharpsyille I had quite a pleasantchat with Mr Graham He is an entertaining gentleman and always has something interesting to say I heard two women fussing in Spring field last Saturday morning One of them had intimated thattheother had been blondining her hair The situation looked serious tAr a few minutes and I thought an officer would have to be called However bne of them uncon sciously said something about the Thaw trial and they forgpt everything else Mr MD L Cocanougher told many e interesting story last Mon day He said the Indian used to make pies out of English Sparrows That was perfectly awful Some women are eternally complaining I heard a young lady weeping and sighing because the almanac pre dieted rain on the Fourth of July next Eyidentlyshe experts to go somewhere c on that day Women are naturalborn chicken raisers They know how to bring em around all right They pat them and pet them and feed them scorched meal and just aS soon as they gej a pullet or a young rooster fat off goes the head and the preachers are invited over to dine I think thats wrong That is I think ltis wrong to chop chicken heads off Of course its all right to invite the preacher over to dinner but he ought to be fed on hom iny dried beans cabbage etc I Chamberlains m Cough RemedyT- he Childrens Favorite CUBES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy anious for its puree over t large part of the civilized Vrorld It can noigiven ai confidently toa baby tie to an adult Price 25 eta Large Size 60 eta thiniiik Icause they are pests I would suggest ithat some of my friends try a mess of bugs some time Try to avoid the sour bug it takes too much sugar to sweeten them While in Mackville one day last week 1 learned that a wedding of more thaw ordinary importance will take place jpretty soon It will be a churchwed I hearjudge IIOne day last week W D Claybrooke to go into the tront gate lead the residence formerly occupied byRev T D Latimer on Main street This house has been vacant since Mr Latimer and family vacated and why Mr Claybrooke went there and tried to gain entrance is a nystejy Some people think he is suffering an attack of melancholly while others say he i afflicted with a case ofiexageratod eg However I am of the jopimon that the testimony of experts will be unneces thMrforce of habit caused by a sudden pressure against the loveyoubetido ner ves which invaribly sets up locomotion In the limbs end causes the mind to Direct the footsteps in the direction of bevrovMr Claybrooke wiIIbe dismissed TTHE OWL 0injuredew ago was a very un Spring4eld sosto t stuck a snag in my eye Women ought to be more carefjjl and speak in amore gentle manner ii ILl I know a little woman in Springfield ho is continually smiling She is un callia great amount money but lawzy- s e has an abundance of heaven in her sbul Shes too good for the average clan and if she ever marries I hope her husband will be big of soul big of brain and big of heart He will have tu have all of these elements or he will be outclassed by his wife IMiss Katherine Russell has sent to me those spectacles I ordered some time ago She sent them by a certain young fellow who didnt know they wjere loaded I put them on and turned my back upon him just to see how the glasses would work and I must say they are truly marvelous I saw this y Ung man practicing the googoo eye arjt and just ahead of me I saw two ydung society men taking a drink of soda water out of a bottle So you see I am now prepared to look in all di rections at the same time A couple of young ladies a Tatham Springs have sent me word to come oun and look around They tell me sightsareapig L hasheJinpn SInce the Thaw case ss a great molly cur tailed1 their bibje reading By the time they are through reading the testimony they are so sleepy that theycan read but a few verses of Holy Writ Thats what I call worldly mindedness of a very degrading char acts Iam fully convinced that the yorld would be better if more of its inhabi tants could be afflicted with sleepy headedne s of a more pronounced type InTfact the world would be much better off if some folks could be kept under the influence of chloroform I once knew an old nigger who slept 20 hours out of every 24 and the other four hours were spent in eating up theI provisions which his wife bought with wash money So you see his time was all consumed However I am told that for several days and nights upon one occasion he could not close his eyes and it was during this distressing case of insomnia that he stole a shoat He Was arrested tried and sent to the penitentiary for one year Selfishness the cause of much of the meanness in the world Too many people are willing to sacrifice friendship and even honor for SELF Did you ever stop to think about how farreach ing is selfishness First it may be only a tiny seed but it soon takes root and spreads till it finally develops into a mammoth monster Indeed from the tiny seed of selfishness grow defamation of character blackguardism and even murder If money grew upon oak trees there countrybecauseupon every available spot of round The divorce evil continu s to grow in this country I contend tnat this evil is largely due to bad cooking I have never seen a man who wa ted to leave- a good cook and they usually use all kinds of persuasion to keep a good cook from leaving them Happiness can be successfully culti vated and you dont have to hoe it discontentdup whistle GHOST PARTY GIVEN BY GOTHAM COUPLE Guests in Weird Apparel Dance In Rooms Rivaling Infernos Horrors New YorkIt was a ghostly com spiritssBrookeoa s party a gnost dance a revel of apparitions at the Hotel L Graveyardstthe Brooks guests weaiy of the fun they had Mrs Brooks known to the musical world as 4ntta Comfort a prol Inent club woman tooxhau ted her In genuity to make the occasion one of deeThe drawingrooms werb filled weird creatures clad in white wltf might have been driven t ere in auto hearses from comfortable cemeteries The favors In the german were sweet It Was a Grewsome Party little toy skeletons Deaths heads whose orbits wore Illuminated by green electric lights added to the beauty of the decorations A Hindoo palmist under the canopy of crossbOnes foretold pleasing events he ondlthe Styx Naturally Old was there One of the young woman ghosts told Mrs Brooks most enthusiastically You certainly are giving us the dlvvle of a time The climax came at midnight The lights were dimmed chains clanked tortured souls In cozy corners shriek ed the ghost dance grew furious jThe ere cast off and frbnj their winding sheqta emerged lovely women In gay gowns and gal lant men In swallow tails Miss Harriet G Bird a New England woman has established a home tad rest cure for horses on her farm lear the little village of Stow about 23 miles from Boston The object of rhe farm Is not only to provide a ilaqe where old and worndut and dis ibled horses may find a comfortable home l1ut to provide boa d age and care such as medical and inrgical treatment for ailing horse nvned by cabmen eXttres men ped Ulers etc A barnyard dressed down by sot onl cinders Is recommended b y DaTrynjan The ground was leveled and then covered with about t n inches of the material tnd rolled hue treading pf the cows made It still more solid qndall the repairs the yard needs e ch year fsn wagon load of cinders orjso to flit up the places washed out oy the heavy rains Worth trying Certain it is that muddy dirty disease bre ding co yard should be ellmlnatedl Here Is a new method of breakin a cow from the habit of lfsuckin iractlsed byan Indiana f rmer an declared effective He greased tli teats and lower part of the udder with fresh lard and then sprln kled red popper upon the lard from a pepper box If after a few day respite after the first few appllc Lions the cow showed a tendency to r SUme the sucking habit he repeated the dose and soon had her broken ne says 4 I B D LAKES 1 BARGAINS IN REAL I ESTATE I Odbarn15 per acre goodtobaccohouse and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timberoak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf milefrom school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 timbertwohouses goodtimberlarge welling Will makE fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 inhlv No 1S174 acres 10 milesfrom Springh ld one six room choolandland 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room stockbarnsicehousedwellingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre iiiSpringfield mileSfromNo 231392 actfes 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile plentyofNo 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in gopd repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 bottomNo 25248 acres 2 miles from Broom I5Ox60year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 milefromacre easy payments No 30 115J acres 3h miles from Springfield on good 1 six housefineprice 4500 per acreI t No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good bffineNo 3275 acres 3i miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 fromBardstown smallbarnrest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in coun ty Price S60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres In the edge of Springfield fine lands well countstyNo 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield WilliPlentyofNo 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 No38iso acres six miles from Sprjngfield on good pike stockbarnYell barnholds7imilesacre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass and all out buildings fineIwell in yard 2750 No 41 220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new built this milkhouseacre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules landThreequartersacre easy payment Springfieldgoodwatered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of tobaccolanddwellingsonetobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 SpringfieldlocustpCststNo 6082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 locustpostsmiles from a depot 50 per acre t InCooneyoftobaccoland on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 52135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good landwrestinNo 63A good investment in city property on Main street gNo 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingebestfarmsS DM Lake Springfield to YI I o THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907JPl I TI ii l i F I I 1tN I taIWantAnother r y 1tW jjI 2i 1I 1 v It t J f I I I CarloaChickensDelivering 0 1 I Itp t R I I I have for sale nearly completed a new residence on sout side Virginia Avenue The house is built of the best material solid stone foundation and contains six rooms I and and back porches Lot front 60 jfeet running back 29 feet to alley very desirable home Virginia Avenue promises soon to be one of the best residence streets in t K ci r r J I Km For Salt a fiw ifc n r f 3 M H I Havi Fr Salt a ftw Black Minorca Roosttrs j c i J Black Minorca Roosttrs t tI Jjf I AA Stories About Opie i Career FROM THE NEW HAVEN ECHO I have before a copy of The Free Press published at San Bernardino Cal by Harry C Warner a former Lebanon boy who was Opie P Reads first partner and one of the leading characters in Readsnovel Old Ebinee zer JJ Those who have read its delight ful pages will readily recall the charac ter of J Warren the unfortunate newspaper man who had trouble every week with the express company who held his papers until the C 0 D was paid Warren Reed published the first newspaper Allen countYever had It was called the Scqttvijle Argus It did not last long however for the sheriff laid hands onthe old Washington hand press and the balance of tne outfit However the man who wits responsible for the sheriffs act had 3 just cause to regret it as long as he lived For the man who bought the outfit lent it to the boys to get out a farewell edition It certainly was a warm member It was filled with only matter about that man While they roasted him on one side they ridiculed on the other The gall they interjected into it was only counter balanced by the humor they put in the sheet The story of Old Ebineezer was laid in Scottsville and many of the characters were taken from real life about that place I think its the best thing Read ever wrote FromScottsville Warren and Read went to Carslile Ark where they started The Prarie Flower but there was not enough moisture there to make it bloom and it turned its toes beneath the daisies Soon afterwards they turned up at Conway Ark arid started the Arkansaw Traveler Here Reads humor began to be noticed and it was not long before Little Rock capi tol was after them and they moved it there where it thrived But it attracted attention m Chicago Illand later moved there It was then that Read and Warren parted after being together for several years and it was then that I Jost sight of Warren until Saturday when I received a copy of his paper The Free Press The Arkansaw Traveler did no 41ii t j f r c y kLii THE FOLLOWING ARE THE PRICES HENS 9 Centsi rII YOUNG ROOSTERS 5 d OLD ROOSTERS 3 TURKEYS SH REMEMBER THAT I PAY YOU CASH I House and Lot For Salecfront A havetit tfli JONE Reeds- KentuckyNewspar me thrivee in Chicago ike it did in its sunny Southern home In fact when it started down the1 tobogari it did not need any one to shove it However a funeral processiqft stopped the last issue Read and AlFlanders had spent most of the morning taking in the Chicago Press Club Flanders had promised to help Read to get up hisj copy that afternoon and they had started for the office at one corner a funeral procession was passing and they dropped into a saloon until it went by An hour later they came forth only to be comforted by that or anoth er proc ssion beaded for the cemetery so the Went back into the saloon When they cane out omehourslaterI there w is processions moving in every directio and t e time to go to press had prss ed on by never to come again ririnItarin print attracted attention although the editor had thrown it into the waste basket It was about some movers who had passed through the town driv ing a cow attached to a spring wagon that evening Read Was at their camp and found them mi king the cow He thought the story good enough to go to press and wrote it up but the editor thought otherwise However the editor was suddenly called away and itj was found out after he left that there was not enough copy for that issue Then was chance and he went to the waste basket and fished out his piece kind set it up The article was widely copiedso that the editor on his return had to thank Read in place of scolding him Read owes much of his success as a writer to the experience he gained on the Patriot for there he worked under that brilliant bait piisguided genius Andrew W Kelly wio was the editor Kelly saw that Read would make a writer and carefully advised him how to prepare himself I believe that Read closely followed his advice 1to i J r 1j sThe Mail Order House lElizebethtown News There is oJ doubt that th4 mail order houses are playing h yoc with the retail trade especially in thecountry towns and small necessarilIpasses post bill whereby a suit oft clothes can be mailed for ten cents lessfrom any place in thcUnitedStatesI and delivered to the farmer on his rural route it will sound the death knell of many small stores and seriously cripple the profits of many more Hie home pride of people has been appealed toI orderfseems to little good lhe character of goods sold by these same houses have been shown up as in fetor to what can be bought at home at the same price but still the infatua catalogueImany grasp mailIuY peoIplif properly managed will soon put the mail order houses out of business It is only necessary for the retailers to refuse to buy from any jobber who sells to mail order houses Lists of these jobbers can be made up and sent to retail merchants Whenever the jobber in any line of goods has to decide be tween selling to the retail trade and the department mailing establishment andlout of If the retail merchant in the country wants to continue in business he should at once find out the jobber he does not want to buy from under any circumstances r The SunrThe Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists ire unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the at taintnent possible with the advanced iknowlege of which the race is how possessed The critical period that de termines its duration seems to be be twe n 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scienti fic tiC medicine that revitalizes every byHay t oiL t I A Brave Man iCourier Journal I know I am going to die said Justice Corpse of tater son Nas they lifted his torn and mangled body from the aebris of his explosionone has tried to1 murder fnd rwant to tell something that ma the po liece If you give me chloroform I may never be able to tell ittThus despite the agony he suffered Cortese made the physicans delay lthe peration they had insist on perform ng immedietly in the hoje of saving- is life He made his antemortem statement and then the p ysicans ministered an anaesthetic and amputated TheCevening and at 11 oclock hilt night he was dead He had not gained con = JIHeartj Weakness The action of the Jieart depends upon the heart nerves and mu cles When rpm any cause thpy become we c dr ex hausted and fail toi furnish sufficient power the heart flutters palpitates skip beats and in its effort to keep up its work causes pain anddistress such as smotluringlspells short pain around heart arm and shoul ders The circulatio is im peded and the entin1s suffers from temI ment Dr Mlles Heari u e makes a heart strong and vigorous b strengthening muscles these nerves andI I had palpitation and pain my heart and the doctors ssUd incurable I dont believe arountI after taking six bottles of Dr Heart Cure three bottlto of he and throe boxes ot the servo and Liver Pills I am entirely trod and feel better thnn J have for find It Is all dup to these r medicw- ant you to kndw that you cured me It relieved mo from the first dose and t kept right 4n till the pain in my chest W Jd I keptIon frcllns better on aftdr I taking It JOHN H SHERMAN tDeldlpg Mich Dr Miles Hurt Cure III sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first will benefit if It false he will refund your money Miles Medical Cot Elkhirt bid l 1 tI sciousness What Cortese told the poliede by sheer force of will was a story of a game life Because of his incessent labors in behalf of law and the conse quent punishment of various offenders in Paterson he has been threatened and viUi ed AnonymousJetterwriters be sieg d him with warnings and curses and vows of vengeance He kept at his work however because it was right and it was his duty The lawless ele ments got him at last Here was a courageous man He stuck to his post in face of the threats and he defied his tortueswhile dying to do his part to aid the police in tracing his murderers He might have said with Christian resignation I forgive them JJ but what he actually did was more in keeping with his previous course As a friend of the law he wished all culprits brought to justice laid low by the treacherous hands of assassins hd made the physicans wait uutil he could give his evidenceagainst those who plotted against law and him Paterson should be proud of Cortese and the authorities should be relentless in their determination to bring to the gallows those responsible for the outrage that destroyed his life For Burns The vory best thing for barns are glycerin and epsom salts Lime water and linseed oil are most wldel used but glycerin and epsom salts are su perlor Moisten the snItstwlth water enough to dissolve an equal amount of glycerin as of salts used Soak cotton in the liquid place on burn bandage so as to keep out the air keep moist and the injured part will be well In a remarkably short tine Relief from paL is almost im mediate Cleaning a White Fur Rug r have a robe which has been used as a rug and was very dirty says a writer In the nos ton Globe I suppose you mean the whit ones with quilted lining I put mine tight into tho wash tub and put lots oi soap powder into tho water also rubbed soap well Into the fur It has come out looking lovely forgot losay that I first put it Washearlyand hang In the sun- Regular as the Sun is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowls when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 25c 1 i f J RAILROADS INDICTED Harrodsburg Herald The grand jury Tuesday returned five indictments t I against the Southern Railway Company Y charging them with having failed to provide seperate coaches for the whit and colored people between Harrods burg and Burgin They also returned an indictment against the Cincinnati Southern Company charging it with maintaining a nuisance by running rftsj trains at a dangerous and unsafe rae oi speed through the town of Burgin It is claimed that the trains are run so fast through there now that it IS dangterous for predebtrians to cross the railroad A number of Burgin people were before the grandjury about the rail road during the Court The grandjdryll adjourned finally Tuesday haying cont sumed seven daysI Endorsed By The illThe most popular remedy o County and the best friend of frny family writes Wm M Dietz editor tdpublisher of the Otsego Journal Gil Bertsville N Y is Dr Kinds New Discovery It has proved to an in fallible cure for coughs and colds mak ing ort work of the worst of them Wetalways keep a bottle in the house I believe it is the most valuablepre scription known and Throat diseases Guaranteed to ne er diS appoint the taker by Hayden Robertson Drug story Price 50c arid 100 Trial bottle free i A Turkey Lie J t Owingsville Ky Feb r7Ia jCrouch while plowing for a tobacco bed on John Coyles farm in an old or chard plowed up a turkey egg which nIegg the sod about four inches The sod had not been broken for twenty years The turkey is on exhibition here A Habit to Be Encouraged iThe mother who haS acquired the habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlains Cough herself a great amount of uneasiness andicrotiptoquickly cured by its use It cciunter acts any tendency of a cold to result inI theiprevent the attack ThIS remeay con mothersgive ldealeiint t eN- o I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EV WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION 1ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Ed1or and Publisher Entered at the ce at Springfieldt KY1for transmission mai sas s TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION +One Year 100LBiz Months Three Months Ht S V In writing to have your address changed always give the postofficq to which your paper I as well as the postoffice to which you wfili ifwmt TITHE BEAUTY COMMITTEE r 0 THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE GENTLEMEN rFROM THE SUN OF MAY 25 1905 Figure it out on rose leaf and writer with the brey of a lily that nowhere under the Great Blue Dome is there a creature half so pretty as a Kentucky woman Sheds prettier than an evening star in the shadow of a summer sunset more inspiring than a thousand songs andas bewitching as a fawn entangle in a wilderness of roses Shejs our Hope our Romance our Vine and Rig Tree the Light that enables us to see beyond the stars Pull for the pool The Thaw case is attracting more attention tan Spring mil liner stylesrGet in the pooling habit Th- E9jtiit American Society o is putting the cold steel to the trusts of the country n Over 1700 acres of the 1907 crop pooled in Washington coOn rleY3oDstt The Atlanta Constitution re fus s to print the proceedings of the Thaw trial Thats perfectly awful The horrid thing The CourierJournal printed th picture of a woman oh last Sun dayMiss Della Carson claime- by the Chicago Tribune to be the prettiest woman in the w6rld havet closely examined the picture have decided that the Tribune is mistaken Miss Car son is a right pretty girl but we counted on the streets oto Springfield on last Sunday leven women who are prettier If the 1907 crop is not pooled the Continental Tobacco Company will hang more trophies its belt The CourierJournals beauty contest promises to be interest ing Washington county has five or six hundred women th are eligible to entry For the time being a man may end ofit by gethonestly andsquarely with his fellows but in time burns will heal and there will no scare upon his soul John D Rockefeller has given 32000000 to the General Edu cation Board but none of this money will go to educate children 9fus poor devils w have been paying him exorbitant prices for coal oil during the past decade Rev W T Gordon who re visitrto his brother Squire Gordon and other relatives is now located at Marshall Texas and is the editor of the Marshall Daily Su a paner ecently launched in that cIty Tine paper is a good one and iMJKGordons editorial col umn Is very entertaining In fact it reads ast smoothly as fluagaby the pen of an al Mager h t n jtr J i LITTLp INVENTIONS EARN BIG A10NEY Frederick Ktaskins CourierJournal Whenever il new patents out especially some little thing that any body might have made you will always hear the remark Why couldnt x have thpiUghti f that Fortunes ar made even from the most trival contrivances a A man walked from Phil delphia to Washington to patentthe gimletpointed screw and the idea eventually earned him more than millioiff dollars The rubber tip he end of lead pencils made its inven tor rich The metal point on the end of your shoestring earned a fortun- for the woman who thought of it and thee copper capoadorned tli toes of childrens shoes earned2000 000 for the luckyPerson who patented it tIt V f t Man valuable inverllio hi u itponart of makingsugar white was dis Fnfor a walk through a field of clay and later without taking1 the precaution t wipe her feet twalked through a sugar mill on the same plantation indifferent to the fact that she was staff rip clay all over the loose mounds of s ga fiason the moist sugar the clay had whiten ed it Scientists took up the and from this incident introduced the method of bleaching g r by the clay process A tog gave f us the idea of dYein cloth in quite as accidental a manner Qne afternoon so many yearsago that the date is of small consequence a noted man and tics sweetheart went f a walk along the sands of the seashore in a far off county A little dog trailed along at their eelsand becomin weary of much vemaking finally ran ahead and wentx fishing among the rocks One particular shellfish which he captured ana devoured roiled a fluid which dyed the hair about mouth a pretty purple Inye tigati of this incident founded the science dyeing cloth which now gives a hap world the pleasure of flaunt fins so many brilliant colors of its a tire A man from Michigan was told by the doctors to take his wife South for her health He purchased a his 10makestanding in the yard talking to one bf his employes picked up from the ground one of the strutters or tail refuefactory He beg fortdh of the featherbo e came to him from the result of his idle play of his hand- The featherbone is the successor of whalebone and is indispensable to the attire of the modern woman He patented the idea and received so much money from it that he ysjill neyer ha travel over and in a wagon ago unless he wants toil A man standing irl front of the po office in Washing on D C bent a small piece of tits in his fingers until otoold remarked to the man with whom he was talking and he straightway had the idea patented Another man made money from the device of an imbedded string in the end of an envelop to cut Stillaan to this ea by tying a knot in the epd of the to keepit from being drawn through L hYas many o the frbeom as a good substitute for rags The folding scissors and folding pocket compass are only copies of the folding lower jaw of the dragon fly She flying squid a species of cuttle fish has a way of projecting itself as high as twelve feet waterho by Man saw this and invented the sky rocke The rope making machine us in the United States yard follows almost thf precise likes that a spider does when cabJe Women have been prominent in the fieldof invention and there are over 3500 different devices Credited to their Ltnper are devoted to the home the kitchen and to womens dress The records in the patent office almost telHhe history of Woman and her progress during the patenknt ced09 n for straw weaving with silk or pl tL l r threadthe probable forerunner of 1recentstring tha wont come untied shoyhowthe field with most eccentric ideas One of these is an antiscratching de contrivanceee a not only prevents her from scratching awayePe of herself Each time she backward the point of the device hernAn lily ntion called the ant snoring device 5s something similar to andea running from the ear to a Noesooner does the sleeper begin to snore than the sound is transmitted to his own ear causing him to awaken at once It mwould certainly be a boo to Companywould to fat men who travel on sleepers ter ambitious jnventor has out a machirie that will auto atically tip a mans hat when he passes a lady a acquaintance on the street 9 patentgparpapertileshawl fastener and a book mark thera pocketbook com times a pistol so that when he high Dayman demands your money or your life send him to m handinwhileg magcannon plow which was brought forward in the rly days for the use of pioneers of uorP When the industrous tiller o f the soil was interrupted by bad Indians merelyglanyard and greet the astonished enemy with a load of grape or shrapnel whonp an friendPs atan a proved most effective and the early demonstrations seemed to be living down all skepticism in regard to it so rapidly that the inventors fortune wa madond strong it was he began jumping up and down on it with his whole weight The stillerubber and when the ambitious inven tor planked his heels into it he was promptly pitched over the fence into brier patch The episode proved such bsenansidewalks in Iowa tso was h out by a Texas inventor An observing member of a certain congregation in the Loije Star State noticed that some of their preachers were tall and some finaccomodate itself to all heights The first preacher to use the automatic de styicq was a short mean and the inventor was on hand and took his measure to a sleetY Later when a sixfoot pastor cane on the inventor hat the gripe and Could not go to church The pulpit was set for his short predecessor and nobody could do a thing with it The inventor had insisted that his device was easy to manipulate but it proved most stubborn and would not submit to a readjustment The tall man started in with it arid it was so low that jn reading his text he had to stoop over almost as much as Jf his book was placed on a chair When he began to preach he was getting along well enough when he stamped his foot to emphrasize a point His action releas ed the spring in the floor and the pulpit shot upward until it completely hid the preacher from the view of his hearers The remainder of his sermon sounded about the same as if he had been in a welJThe congregation was so indig Want at the inventor for precipitating this embarrassing situation that he Was almost churched thede i1at er of the Paten Office for it was hewid saw thfc passing of the act creating the office and copyright system For a number of years he was on the committee who passed on the merits of all designs submitted to the office One Dr Thorton a rather ec celitrioman Was the only department t clerk the office had for a long period Durin the War of 181when the British soldiers had a large cannon heavily charged tuained on the patent office to destroy it and the Dr rushed out and placed hIs body Before the mouth of the cannon exclaiming that if Goths and Vandals would destroy a building containing models that would benefit all the world the ball must go hr i 1tI t 1 ibertsojn daybrorike Coi l 1rIj I II WEEN SEASON ooI f1Ii IuL 7a I 1This means a Genera Reduction on all Heavy Goods II We Still have a few Ladies Cloaks left All good styles We are offering them at 1half the cost price Also Misses Cloalks and Furs A lot of Mens and Boys Overcoats IyourI I WALL PAPERtJII I We Have just completed going through our Wall Paper stock 1 rj and find that we have a lot of odds and ends that we have tied ulI into bundles and are offering them atfs j II Per Bundle of 10 or 12 ot sl5C1 This is a splendid opportunity to paper your entire Kitchen for 15c V L II 1 l IT Ialotof HEAVY SHOES for Men Boys Ladies and Children at REDUCED 1 FORI 1i 1 oWemust make room for our New Stock Come to see us and we will do the rest lC 11 I 1 iRobertsonClaybfooke Co I a g I au h Ixf Iotw1J Itt first through his body It was spared 1but in 1836 the office was burned and the only thing saved was a book of no- particular value PRATHERS CREEK gvenltoday the 22hd that beinlfhcr 31st birthday About were present and a most enjoys le day was spent About 10 oclock the crowd TJC basIkets1230 as many otthe guests as could be seated were inv fed to the room where they behold a table Crowded to its utmost with tempting edibles Mrs Christerson received several nice prose tints The day was spent ii pleasant conversation and will long be remem bered by all present and by Mr and Mrs Christerson The dinner was a complete surprise to Mrs Christerson but it was an unusually happy surprise Kindness should be shown toward alii people as often as possible It cost us nothing to speak a kind word to our neighbor and friend arid it helps him oVer lifes rough ways We are all a little deficient along these lineswe do not scatter smiles as often as we should Let us all endeavor to say something frequently which will lighten the bur dens of our neighbors Let everybody attend QUI AS of E meetings Our lodge nieets at Texas every Saturday night and it 4hpuld be largely attended Help this good work along with your presence Sunshine And Shadow ountIsfaraheadIsNay oft the summit that I see gloomWhile day f Like gardens into bloom j J6yOneAnd one is wan with many thorna And winds toward Calvaries If LordThypainThatIf oer the toilsome course I ire d dayOh for the sun anotherswayMaurice Zom- panion mot J I TATHAM SPRINGS Misses Verna Allen and Mallie Hat chett spent several days last week with Miss Nannie Goff of Antioch Mr Ivan Keeling visited at Brooks vile Saturday Miss Annie White is seriously ill of typhoidpneumonia Mr Oscar Shirley visited at Willis burg Sunday p Messrs Everitt Ruby and Tom Yim satt of Bloomfield were here Sunday Mr Henry Wells who is attending school in Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at this place John Williams and family visited at Sharpsyille last week Mr Jim Snider of Antioch attended church here Sundayi k Messrs Will Cheatham and Joe midstTuesdayI report a pleasant time- Mrs Ivan Carey visited her mother Mrs Noel Thursday Mr and Mrs Garret Clark visited here theistonrsTuesdayMr Jack Marten of Evansville IndVv iana is in the community buying horses r t IMiss Rodman Pulliam of Nashville is visiting anc1Taround TathamIMr Will Owen will leave soon for SanFrancisco Gal where he will make his future home HarVie Robinson sold to James Wil son a horse for 125 S T Wilson sold to John Sea a horse for 95 I Sam B Wilson is visiting in Louisville Miss May Agnes Campbell has re+ turned to her home after an extended visit to Harrodsburg j and Mrs John Jackson of near IMr lle were Here one day last week IMiss Ray Armstrong is visiting atj Cardwell i Sam Wells is on the sick list j H iH + M i It 4 t fW+ I am constantly in the market for butcher cattle fLet me make you an offer when you have any for sale I also want to buy Sows and Pigs and occasionally w some good Butcher Sheep f i+ t 1I44lt 41- 4I IwillI GILBERT CARPENTER ETEPS= IIIItiIIII II Theymust+ ++ft I t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 907 S Mone Sa ins Prices jACTUAt t Furtandcan n name all of the articles which will be Offered at cost prices When you come to the Store ask tiS to show you the goods which we are going to sell at cost You will find some nice bargains Comj to see us i Grundy Mcintire II Springfield Ky Dr J M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain GROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky office in Hagon Bldct up stairs Local News Notes NoTIcEOwing to bad weather theI skating rink will be open on Friday nights only during March l Mr G C Wharton sold his house and lot on Walnut street to Mr R H McElroy for 4600 cash rooms second floor 4Peoples Heat water and light furnished Ata meeting qf the Board of Di rectors of the WacpinsttonCounty Fair Association ay was reelected Secretary WANTED First lass tenant to raise corn and tobacco Write or at once THOS J MILLERI 4 Willisburg Ky Creamery butter nilk will be deliver ed to you at your Ijome in Springfield- at lOc per gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrot or the creamery OFFICE HouRS Dr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can from now onbe found in his office during these hours If you have trunks household goods or other articles to be transfered you will save time money and worry by calling op the Springfield Transfer Company Depot phone 22 J L ALLEN Prop Tobin and Boblitf have exchanged their hotel property at this place with Rev Father Hennessy fora farm in Nelson county FARMS FOR SALEWrite W T 1 Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want FOR RENT Ten acres of land for corn and four for tobacco Good dwell ing house outbuildings and barns Or chard and garden Located on Spring field and Perryville pike near Bethle hem church C L BRADY Springfield Ky One of the largest crowds eyer seen in Springfield attended county and cir cuit court here last Monday A large number of stock sales are reported by the auctioneers Interesting letters from Mooresville and McIntire were received too late for publication this week Case Fitzgerald Co is the name of a new stock firm of this place Those connected with the firm are Erastus ease Mike Fitzgerald Harvey Thompson and Hugh Stiles S M Campbell reports Debo Brady s sale on last Thursday as being well attended The farm of ninety acres wa withdrawn at 25 per acre Sheep sold high One sow and pigs brought 50 Corn sold at 55 cents per bushel Sun and Herald 2 l lp CARDWELL M dstie the fiveyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs George Littrel died on the 21st inst of croup The fu neralj was conducted at Grapevine the following day by Rev John zf ritinweekl J T Mob aY and wife and H Moore andvife spent Sunday with E G Holiday We would like to say to the Long Run correspondent in regard totbe article in The Sun of recent date about cats that It you have a surplus of cats at present let me know at once as ye are in great heed of them at this place W L Graham offers a 1 a piec f rIgoodcats and the writer will tak two1ratsR A Wn am bought of A L Graham one 5yearold horse 125 He also- bought one 8yearold horse from I B Grahdm for 1125 and eight mules from W Ll Graham at 70 per head J A Kyl r an aged seas from tEe G Holiday for65 j E G Holiday bought of J HJ De vine itweniy ewes at 750 per head 825Ebought eight shoats from R M Baker for 30 W L Graham recently sold three qfIowa sprinifieldf one n are fOr 125 S MoorIone 5yearold mare for 175 H J Brown sold to Walter Mathe ly onb 3yearold horse for 9750 on 5 y aiolp horse to Cl B Graham fo 9750J and one aged horse to Richar Perkins for 75 E G Holiday bought one work hors from M Tatum Graham Perkins bought two horse at Lawrenceturg court day one wor horst from L Moore one harnesW horse from ufT Hardin one blac horse from ALGraham and one 5 yearold mate from Mr ODaniel ot Lebanon for 17750 Gr ham Perkins sold one 6year old mare to Will Johnson for 200 on 4yearold mare to George Shirley fo 200 and one work horse to Rober Noel r Hogs are selling atr 625 for Jul delivery is selling at 50 cents Graham Perkins bought one 4 yea old horse from W S Gibbs BUNCO The health of our community is very good at present except Mrs Nannie Burke who has been very ill for sev improvingThe farmers of this section took advantage of the oo3 weather last week and were kept busy plowing Mr Bert Brewer of Harrodsburg is the guest of relatives here Mrs Hugh Auberry and Miss Katie Shaunty of Fredericktown spent one day recently with Mrs James Wheatly Misses Etha Cambronj Iand Mary Sdfelen spent Saturday and Sunday with ri rds at Holy Cross Born to the BurkeiFebruary 21 Mrs Sim Cambrom and Mrs W K Edelen spent a few days recently in Louisville Mr Gonza Mallard sold his farm of l J filf ii E 4J acres to Mr Marion Corbett for 600 Hr Ballard has purchased a farm of VIr Boone on the Bardstown and Lotto pike price 1400 Mr F O Burke and his sister Mrs Carrico and two children met with It pingbileVlr C C Cambrons and the Manton ridge the horse became frightened land ran away When it reached a cul bert near Mr Cambrons residence the buggy was turned over and totally demolished The occupants were thrown out and escaped with a few slight bruises except Mr Burke whose ankle is sprained and he has been un able to walk a step since 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 pilesIveing about Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggist 25c 0000000000000oooooooooeoooo OOOOOO OOOOOO- OOOOOOOOOOO O ooooaooo OO OOOI0 00 0 0 00 00OOooocoooooeOOe Public Sale = Ofc == 5O MULES 75 HOGS Cattle and Horses Near Bloomfield Ky p1acetwoBardstown turnpike s FRIDAY MARCH 1 Fifty head of mules from two to three years old this spring They range from 14 to 153 hands nigh They are mules that have run out during winter when weather permitted with hardened muscles they are andI rtady for good service Will be pairs The threeyearolds are well broke the twoyearolds have been harnessed and worked One pair of match buck skin mules welt broke and seasoned We will also sell cattle consisting of four Jerseymilch cows and some nice will soon be fresh also a few young steers Seventyfive hogs will be sold con sisting of sows pigs and shoats A few horses will be offered for sale among them a good saddle mare in foal TERMSSix months with interest from date good note negotiable at either bank in Bloomfield before stock is removed Sale Begins at 1 0 OClock DINNER ON THE GROUNDS y Humphrey Milton tloef QoQleopQ eoeoeooeoooooeOOQOeo eooo o ooooeoaQOe- OOeoeoeoooeoeO080eo 008080080080000008oao0O080080eOe08Q lit j t t TEXAS By request of one pf the subscribers to The Sun at Winchester Ky I will give a few items from our little vill age It seems that our former corres pondent from this place has forgotten us and it makes it a feel a little bit ashamed when lookjing over the letters from other places that we are so far behind We have quitei littleio are busy fbuying o ds to their many customers and heew firm of Mur phys with Lucian Purdom as clerk is doing good business byMisup with about thirty pupils most all of whom are smalls young men and young ladies are almo t a thing of the past But there a e still some few remaining that are jr the marriagable list and as Texas has never had an old maid to boast of1I am sure none of these that are ever claim this titleThe Sparrow and Owl were fine last week I think it a pity for them that some folks wont let them alone I visitIstanding on the veranda throwing crumbj these cold sn wy days and the little sparrows at tn4ir feet picking themup The people around about Texas are very generous about taking the county papers and also thcj dailies but we women folks dont dnread them be fore the husband anwe never grab but quietly waifuntilhe isthrough and lays it aside Donti jou tnink we are under pretty good control Born to the wife f Mr Hubert Kimberlin ort last Saturday weeka to r Louis NayJI Hattie a young lady frien of hers ar visiting at the home of Mrs Joe Begh ythis week I have a tqnder feeling for Miss Laura and Rettaj but dont be alarmed girls they will return to thcity in a short time and you will be first again Rev Walker the Methodist pastor from the Mackville church preached for the the people last Saturday night r Mr W S Purdom is in Louisville this week visiting his sister Mrs J Bailey Peyton EI+Mr Ivan Carry of this place has had a telephone put in his house Mr W N K sling of SprIngfield was here last week Mr G W Shirley bought a mare from W L Graham of Cardwell for 200 Most of the farmers of this community are through sowing tobacco beds Oscar Shirley attended church at CharKn last Sunday night There are a few cases of measles scattered lover the cqunfry but none of them are serious G W Shirley and rife visited the family of R C Pinl near Willis burg one day last week Master Paul Cheathamis visiting his grandparents at this place Lame Back This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscle and may be cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or three times a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each lelliefdampehed with Pain Balm and quick relief is almost sure jto follow For sale by every dealer in the Blue Grass T euall OOeoeoeoeoeooooeoooe nQ s Personal Notes a TownAo d 0Personal Newse0oe080eoooeoeooeoooo Mr G D Duncan is in Cincinnati buying goods i W T Leachman and Jno Kelly were in Cincinnati last week buying goods Mrs Tom Spalding and children have returned to their home in Bards town after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon Miss Ella Duncan spent Friday and Saturday with relatives in Louisville Miss Ada Wiggintoh of Taylors ville spent several days with Mrs C P Wells Mrs L A Belbaum spent several days with her husband at Horse Cave last week Mr SamMackin of Lebanon attended court here Monday Miss Edna Edelen has accepted a position as bookkeeper for Mr M H Jones Mr L O McCarty has returned from a visit to his mother at Campbells ville Mr and Mrs R E C Lawson wi arrive this week and Rev Lawson will assume his dutie as pastor of the Presbyterian church Mr EmettvWigginton of Fairfield is visiting at the home of Dr M W Hyatt Mr Perry Marks who has been i Louisville for several weeks is at home for a few days Miss Regena Young has returned from an extended visit to relatives Alabama t Messrs Howard McElroy and Ro ert Marks spent seyeral days in Louis ville last week Hon W D Claybrooke was in Lexington last week on business IMr Frank Peters of Lebanon is visiting at the home of Judge I H Thurman Master Thornton Waters whose serious illness was reported in The Sun last week is much improved Mr Will McQhord Jr hasreturn ed CityZMiss Fannie Smith has returned home after a visit to friends and relatives in Louisville Mr J W Lewis was in Bardstown the first of the week on business Mr Garland Cunningham was in Louisville Thursday on business Mr Booker McClasky and visitingIv Mrs Loyd of High Grove spent- last wekwith her sister Mrs J H McClure Messrs Robert Mayes and Jack McChord spent several days at home last week Misses Laura Sh hnand Bessie Flaugherof Maud are the guest of Mrs L T Brown Miss Cecelia Smith who has been attending school at Loretto is visiting relatives here f Miss Eddie Shader is thevguest other sister Mrs Geo Greene of Louis yule Rey W JI Williams has returned from a few days stay iri Louisville t- A s t Mr Alex Montgomery has return ed to his home in Meade County after a visit to his mother Mp Harriett Montgomery Miss Sadie Mayes has returned home after a visit to Mrs George Ausfe tin of Lebanon Mrs Chas Jeffries form sly of this place now of Louisville is visitring Mrs C L Brady of near townr Mr Tom Spalding of Bards town spent Saturday and Sunday witMIS and Mrs Ben Haydbri Messrs W A Clements and Ben Haydon Jr are in Shelbyville attend ing a meeting of the State Farmers Institute They are delegates from rtisLittle Lillian Towler who has beel1ill for some time of typhoid fever is improving and she is now considered c out of danger She isf tt pretty and hasbeenlivingendeared herself to many people who will be glad to lernthat she is5 now recovering MrW F Royalty of Tablow Mercer county is here to attend court and to visit his brother Mr James li Royalty Mr Royalty is one of The Suns first subscribers and he informs uthat its weekly visits are appreciat ed These little bits of encouragement and good cheer are appreciated A deeIIjoys reading his paper Robert Lynn Bush son of Mr and Mrs J W Bush of this place has re ceived an appointment to take the course in the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis Hew ll leaven this week There are no brighter LynnBushpass the required examination and Henis possessed of all those attainments bisbin this great institution will be one to be proud of Growth of the Fingernails folioslength y of an inch from 121 to 138 days oL growth are necessary = Spring Announcement I will soon begin receiving my spring stock of millinery and in advance invitationgmillineryIi I HAVE A FEW HATS WHICH I AM SELLING BELOW COS- TRemember r I have moved and am now located to oppositetEirstNational Leachmans Gents Furnishing Store i Miss Willie Knit THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 flzmsLURr Trials of and 4 Presidents ci Daughter you you By Mary Harrison McKee rl you She Tells How Women In the Public Eye Are Subject to Criticism Newspapers Publish on Malicious Accounts Many you Ridiculous Demands Are Madene Upon Residents of the Whitese douseEven the Children DoaJQ I Not Escape Criticism ter Copyright 1906 by Joseph B Bowlesri Mrs Mary Harrison McKee daughter of President Harrison was very prom inent In official society during her fathers a term as the nations chief executive She tells here with frankness and humor sonic of the peculiar experiences which she had while a resident of the White House 1 2reUghtfulbe blessed with a keen sense of th- ridiculous Some are not thus favored and ar continuously sad and careworn which is a misfortune to be truly mourned glover Ar school for the cultivation of the humorous faculty might be help Iful to future generations The assertion is made that women to lack a sense of humor but the actor Coquelin has publicly denied the ac cusation and says it is a slander that has lived by repetition With true French gallantry he remarks that it is only another example of womans s unselfishness that she has been will lngtto let us think that we men lave a n onopoly as they say in America humorr has been written on wit of humor and fun and so many examples is from every diretclon have come down ito us that we cannot give the palm for so charming a characteristic to any one time or country or ae An actor or actress who nightly faces a large audience has an oppor- tunitY for judging of these qualities in the human race So has the manor woman who is called upon to occupy any conspicuous position where he or she I in close contact with numbers of men and women whose field for observation is a broadone and whose jjerceptlons are keen Well might such a one exclaim with the poet Oh wad some power the giftie gle us To see oursels as Ithers see us it wad frae monlE a blunder free us And foolish notion Themirror in which we may get a rather far notion of ourselves Is pub lic position although the image re fleeted Js not always exactly accurate or tree to nature With the newspapers on One side saying that Mrs E is beautiful t lace and divine in form with super qualities of heart and mind and the opposition saying she Is a plain Httlp woman who dresses atrociously anuses d bad English she may find herself in the position of one ofy Mother Gooses characters You will remember the little old woman who fell asleep and had her petticoats cut off up toher knees and upon awaking and not exactly recognizing herself exclaimed Can this be I Butit is right here that a sense of the ridiculous comes to the rescue for 1f you are broadminded and have a clear conscience you will be able to smile as broadly as the opposition n over descriptions and you do gi vent to your merriment for often t thrusts are so unkind that you might be tempted to cry But what would be the use since it would oily make the plain face plainer and the bad English would certainly be made worse if you could give free vent to your feelings There certainly is no lack of free discussion and criticism in the newspapers of the day on parties politics and persons and the man who enters the political arena must take that life as he does his wife for bette for worse for richer for poorer a sickness and In health so long as they both do live Itl would be a good idea to get a bill through congress compelling public men to write flown for future genera lions all the amusing incidents l ters etc tbattormpart of their careers Some of these no doubt would last longer than their public actsand what a world of entertain ment would be contained therein Upon entering public life a man would better examine himself ands if he fcas these qualifications we will take plPt for granted A calm and patlent disppsitlon a sense pf the hu t r IJ J morous and the tact to follow St Paurs injunction of king all things to all men These qualities are good for any po sltion in life but almost indispensable career for the wear i n4 tear of an official tThe wife of a man elected tb fill a high position comes lIt of eotlrge for her share of criticism or flattery as Ito what she does or leaves undone and all relative even unto the third Ij and fourth generation must smile sweetly and say nothing no putter how much they are criticised or ina ligned 1 When you are to make a non entity of ymJrsetrwhat would be left to you if you hadno sense of the ridiculous I 1ham only a woman who had apart in one administration and who bad to go through four years shining in re- fleetedrglory but that school filled the lessons that go to make up human existence =joys sorrows trials I was as a whole mosthelpfulrIn the pursuit of knowledge or a +spirit of curiosity such questions as these come to one daily through the mail Whether you approve of dan ng whether you drink wine what think of the latest novel how much time you give to your toilet waist Is your favorite color whether believe in women voting dress your children In white indisHow would you l ke to see the vidual who could send the communication on a postal card presenttfrom jyou for the present Please send a dress pattern several other gifts were mentioned as being acceptable and if send it please prepay the express +for 1 have made a vow I will ver any express charges as I cant what I am getting in the package Another woman desired a piano some sheet music as her daugh had great tallents r A pastor wished 1000 for his church for the reason that you are a lady and will never miss it IThe request for money is of course common one addressed to people oflprominence or those blessed with great riches I Many people are convinced thatI eachmember of a presid nts familYi drawing a large sajary overnmente or that all of them have 1 1ebutton large quantities of Uncle Sams I finds its way to the punchee The requests fdr autographs are al I most unlimited and should a president undertake to make the supply equal I the demand but a small portion ofreach day could be devoted to publ business IInamesilk piece as a souvenir and if the sig nature of tlje president or some mem 1 ber of his upon it so much the better I One frequently overhears remarks on the appearance or characteristics I some member of the family and it well with you when you can smile 1 Many a friend has enjoyed with me the following incident the remarks having been addresesd to the chil I drens nurse Which is Baby McKee I This is Benjamin Which Is Mrs Harrisons little girl This Js Marthena I Humph II cant see that they look any different from any other chil dren On another occasion when the same line of questioning was being pursued and the nurse had made an elaborate apology to excuse the childrens ap pearance as they had been playing in the dirt and were not dressed for ins spectlon Humph it wouldnt makeIany difference what you put on They are very plain homely looking children anyway When this speech was reported tome I gave my dear homely babies a hug and laughed heartily because I knew they were beauties and that it whobI that only Democratic babies were I pretty J WANTED ONE LONG HOLIDAY Candidate Had No Use for Labor of Any IndI Some yeas ago when the late Alder man Robert D Bancroft of Cambridge had received the nomination it was thought by the representatives of the laboring men to be duty they owed to the trades union to find out how the candidate stood n the labor question I ppolnted and the ahee with more or less pleasing results Mr Bancroft received the committee with open heart and open house When all the visitors felt at ease and c garsl wee well alight the spokesmanoutJin the purpose of the call and wished o know where they would place him for or againstLcroft I thank you for this opportunity to express myviews on this grew question I have this to say I dont believe in labor at aUwe deserve a rgood living without work The committee reported he was elected indorsed by every working man Worsted by an Owl Hiram Heller of Willlamsport Pat was badly lacerated In a battle with a great horned owl which he wounded while gunning near Fairfield Center He shot at the owl as it flew by him but only broke Jts wing Not wishing to disfigure the bird Heller attempted to kill It with a club The wounde- ee owl which measured ijearly four feet from tip to tip pouncedupon him and before he was able to free himself h was badly wounded 1 i 1i2k r L mmm mm ri lillisburg WIT Ky S- aC te li 1 I SaIesW- e uu n i = have decided to cut prices onevery article in our store Indeed commencing with m this date you will be given an opportunity to buy all kinds ofwinter goods and many other ID articles at cost This salewiJl con March 15 We must have room for heavy + spring shipments which will soon arrive and we are willing to make these sacdficesI We Are Going to Do Just what We Tell You fWE ARE GOING TO SELL GOODS AT COST + + J M T of will be as want credit will here to pay the old tPair Miscellaneous all wool Bed Blankets S350 Lap Robes good quality S250 + Fascinators all colors best quality 50c each r Full line of led Comforts at very low prices J fto see the country Get in If to as as it will to us if you to come We will save you to for the BRING An Woman Impressions Impresses me most in Is the fact that nobody IfI anybody else the I camp o I expected to meet a of pleasant people and be entertained by as she Is she me As a of fact I mat no The acquaintance I was one we hap 1of to in a hurried me around the way be she said she happened to her because sat at the in the apartment to live and she did not care lo up the acquaintance The for this ncomed to be the fact tho woman always seemed to got all her clothes last year I In of any size In the and in nearly department of one me to my hair marcel to the manicured oren as last to a ITurkish Is taking lessons In physical culture to her studying theosophy the fashionable Swami in i J J J1 CLOTHING II1t We a large line of clothing and overcoats which be offered at prices thatIwill make sell THEY MUST GO c i c r pod Overcoats forf 1 5ttSuitsfor a r- t Good Rain Coats at 750 J GROCERIES ljrIINineteen pounds Granulated Sugar TV i M- tr Arbuckles Coffee 5C1Roasted Coffee K pounds of t1 11111bc j Good per can 8c jf p 111 BefF F Good Tomatoes MT l see the above prices we even invaded our grocery depart ime i our cutter and have slashed prices t But remember these prices will be for Cash + Country Product all kinds Considered Cash If you you prices across your drive our you want spend much 10 pay you Ito come I even have a ways arough pay you time lost AND v T T a Indiana What Now York seems snow woman wrote home When visit Kate lumber them when visits matter have body only woman hers have been meet shop Then Kate other cause only know they next table hotel where they used keep reason that have have been every shop city every each When flags Kate takes have waved a resort bath She keep down flesh under most town j have will them liOO Good Two Soda Corn Good Peas Tou will from that have with there way well and- e IShe has bridge and attends a serifcs of morning lectures upon the art of the fourteenth century iiid another on the true l als of Bach At each of them ethereal and wiches and anaemic a are served in china which looks ajs If would rumplo in your hand But none of che women present betray by the dicker of an olici her consciousness of the fact tliat there are cithers In the room We lunch at restaurants which we in society novels In and take tea at places which have no sign above the door are to kited input of the way side a Ih never teem tb lose the odor of viol its worn by thoir patrons Kate never by any she points out a woman who 39 name is written among the first tqi of the Four Hundred That evening at dinner she tolls her husband about it and say what a lovely day we have had Sometimes we dine at restaurants deafened by shrill music where the only person to whom we can speak is the velvet shod waiter who politely snubs us There a noted divorcee or a loading man in society drama with his next wife is pointed out to me with exaltation Kate secerns perfectly happy and her husband apparently enjoys It as much as she does She wonders re peatedly whether the woman at the table back of us is or Is not the beau 4 In Every YOU will find goods marked down Dry Goods Boots Hats Caps Notions Underwear Tinware Hardware Quens ware in fact nothing has escaped in this great Low Price Sale 1 WE WANT TO SELL If you want to buy we will have no trouble in trading dome uiiiCut buggynd COME THE long W WELLS BRO WILLISBURG KY UNSOCIIBL NEW YORK Indian Interest 1 lessons read Indiana streets onl1JlYI DepartmentShoesf CASHi prlntICllhat with the hiffee rose In front and a little to the left Is already out of style Her husbands contribution to the gayety of the evening Is the pointing out of ji fat man whose business methods In the forming of subsidiary com Panics are about to be investigated- As for me I am so homesick that I almost weep Into my demitasse when I remember the jolly little chafing dish parties for tell after the Tuesday Jec tnre on art which we give by turns at home in Indiana Once we went to the opera and Kate was well nigh hysterical with delight when she was able to tit names to half a dozen women in the boxes There when you go back to Indiana you can tell them that you saw Mrs Wastor and two of the Gouldorbllts she triumphed Yesterday we were Invited to lunch with a woman we used to know In In diana who had heard of n y presence in the city through letters I expect ed a nice homey time talking of pee pie we all know but I was disap pointed We lunched In the public dining room of the apartment hotel on made over dishes with French names While we ate It our hostess and Kate discussed the trousseau of a bride whom Kate thought she had once seenAfter thatthey told each other how often they dined at fashionable res Lt f o C taurants and how particular each one was to have a particular table engaged for her each time When we went up stairs they compared all the flew plays until It was time for us to go home Once or vice I have gone with Rate to I her dressmaker who brags about her fashionable patrons and tells Kate her figure Is exactly like that of Mrs Farriman Then there1st the beauty doctor who waxes eloquent find persuasive over the very newest shade of hair fiTomorrow I return to Indiana Kate pities me she says she wool rather die than go back and wants me to induce my husband to sell outils business and come to New York As for me I am counting the hours to train time Not because I do not like New York but because want to get back among people who know each other Yes I am going home and the very first thins I do after I kiss Diy husband will be to telephone to every wonian I know to run over and have a niceC comfy talk it The Brute She always addressed him as Mr Until hp took courage undo Kr But now that theyre wed Like a brute he hE laid That he wishes to goodness hed Mr reursonn 1Vcklr ocoooocxxxxxxxxxsoooooooooo Sun and Herald 2t cxxxxxxxx ocxxxxxx oooboo6odr t iciI rIvt r I i Cr ft v Y j j t I t19 cl djqr i T9 t JiiIy r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 erI 8 t 11 4 A Piano Placed I i I I tijjs Your Home On TrialI 1 intend I 11otseconsists Qf the following worldiampus makes rr I eI j H P1ANOS- PRICE c 178 UPl PLA YERPIANOS 5OO UP r PIANO PLAYERSJ PRICE 250 EontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky tl Kindly send me full particulars by returniiail how you will place a piano in my home on trial Name Address T r JI IItol WAGE INCREASE Of Ten Per Cent Has Been Arranged For L N Engineers Louisville Ky After being in con ference since January 7 the general committee of adjustment of the Broth erhood of Locomotive Engineers and General Manager B M Starks of the Land N reached an agreement It runs for an indefinite period from March 1 next and by it some 1200 to 1300 men will get increases in the neighborhood of 10 per cent the aggre gate totaling over 200000 per year Some 350 yard engineers now drawing 325 for a run of 100 miles will get 375 This means that Instead of making from 130 to 180 as at present they will get from 145 to 200 a inonthi Engineers of through freights are raised from 425 per 100mile run to 1475 Instead of getting from 125 to 165a month they will get 140 to 3185 By a readjustment over the overtime scale engineers will get 45 ehts in stead of 35 cents per hour for over time and it will begin when the train 1sone hour late Instead of when it is two hours late as reckoned at present r KENTUCKIAN One of the Two Victims of a Collision in Utahr Salt Lake City Utah Clinton B Leigh a wellknown newspaper man of Salt Lake was killed State Representative Seth Taft of Wayne county was fatally injured and has since died and Speaker Harry Josephs was slightly hurt in a collision on the Copper Belt railway at the mining camp of Bingham The victims were members of a legislative party visiting the Bing bam mines Mr Leigh was representing the Salt Lake Herald He was of a prominent Kentucky family and was at ope time city editor of the Owensboro Ky Messenger His brother Edward Leigh Is private secretary to Gov Beckham Representative Taft died three hours after the accident KILLED When the Engine Left the Track at ty Ohristlanaburg KyTwo men were Injured one probably fatally when the engine of the burg accommodation on the L N left the rails and turned over abQut two miles from here at 4 oclock this after noon John Purcell the engineer was pinned under the engine His left foot was almost severed and he received In ternal Injuries which may cause his death George Enox the flremap was thrown off the engine and escaped with severe bruises SThe passengers were bruised and jolted up considerably 11 HIS LIFE RISKED I Bythe Conductor So He Might Make the Run To Lexington Lexington KyIn order that the Interurbart car from Versailles t9 this city might arrive ne e on time Wil liam Farrell the conductor risked his life by Holding pole to the wire more than half the journey The pole broke shortly after the car had left Versailles and although Farroll took the chance of being electrocuted every foot of the way he decided to take the chance in otter to get the car here on time He rpde almost the entire distance seatedontop of the car holding the trolley to the wire- Sentenced Fdr Life Salyersvllle KYV the jury dp agree and find the defendant guilty of murder and fix his punishment by confinement In the penitentiary for life This was the verdict of the jury in the case of the Commonwealth against Henry Montgomery for the murder of Alva Montgomery in this county in August last Son of An OUtlaw Sergeant Ky Messages from Iron ton 0 confirm the report of the mur der there in a saloon of Clint Bran ham 30 son of the late Tandy Bran Branham was In a dispute with the bartender when the lotters brother shot him I FORMER MAID In a Cincinnati Home IB Said To Be the KyA postmortem ex aminatlon is being made nto the cause of the death of Henry Lafellng who died In the city hospital Lafellng walked Into the hospital land fell to the floor exhausted He was found to be in a dying conditloil and fta sed away within the hour ike told the in ternes that he was a nUrnber of the Salvation army but loqdl officers of that organization disclaim any knowl ta lochl res years He Is said to have a sister living in Cincin nati and Undertaker Baxis trying to get into communication fith her It Is said that his sister was jrecentjy married but that formerly sIe was a maid in a prominent family there New Farmers Institute Maysvllle KyThe Mason county farmers institute met ht under the auspices of the State department of agriculture A local institute was or ganized with H Robb as president and Shelby Blatt6rman as secretary and treasurer Will Build Double Track Richmond Ky Masohj Hanson Coleman Co contrtctors his city was awarded the contract to onstruct five miles of double track on te Norfolk Western beginning at Thi cker W Va The contract price is 7 0000 The work which is the main Inc is to be In one and six months Gex the wealthiest man In Galiatln county died at his home on his farm below here He celebrated his eightyseventh birthday recently Mr Gex was well known In Cincinnati and Louisville where he visited oftenu r 1 I Chickeringi Sons Docker Sons I Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Arm strong Marshall Wendell Foster lCo c SohmerCecilian FarrahdCecilian and the Autopiano The CecilianA player that can jbe at tached to any make piancfe I In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at theright price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent r MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COINCORPORATED KyI I SSISLSI SIStSISSLSSSlStSiSi SISISISSISLtI STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS TRAINMEN Chrlstiansburg ShelbyvilleChrfstians 1atWise SalvatloniststSlster- Louisville jLafeling BejidWarsaw iLIBRARY BUILDING Plans Approved and Contract Let For State College Structure Lexington yThe executive com mittee of Kentucky State college held a meeting here the members present being Dr F Frazee Judge R S Stout C M Clay Judge W T Lafferty and C B Nichols The principal business before the committee was the consld oration of the plans which had been made for the new Carnegie Library building The plans were approved and the contract let to Hendrlqks Bros of this jelly to construe tb building They will begin as soon as the contractors can get = their force ready The new building will cost from 25000 to 30000- EXPRESS COMPANY Must Settle For Actual Damage Done Toi Live Stock in Transit I Lexington Ky Under a decision of Judge Watts Parker of the Fayette circuit court express companies are liable for the actual damage done live stock during shipment no matter what value has been placed upon the stock when accepted by the express toni panics This decision which Is of in terest to breeders owners and trainers of trotting horses and thoroughbreds was the result of a suit tiled by B F FOx and David Logan of Ijan yuleSToo Much Religion Lexington KyIsaac Garland an Itinerant preacher who attempted to commit suicide by battering his head against the walls of the steel cage at Barboursvllle was placed in the Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum here While walking on the streets at Barb ourSV lle Garland created a panic by breaklr g from his guards and knocking one man down who attempted to re capture him Too great religious fervor is paid to be the cause of his In sanity New Kentucky Line Elizabethtown Ky1 G J Lampton the Louisville electric railway promo ter began surveying an electric rail way route between this city and West Point The route is 22 miles long and parallels the old L and N pike The cost of construction is estimated be tween 10000 and 12000 per mile The rQad will probably be completed to Bowling Green Negro Baby Cremated Owlngsvllle KyAt Sharpsburg a cabin belonging to Newt Ratllft was burned and a negro baby was cremated The mother had placed the baby In bed to sleci while she went into the Ratllfl house to work All Mayors Enjoined Lexington KyUnder judgment granted by Judge Watts Parker the present mayor and all future mayors of Lexington tre forever enjoined against the closing1ot livery stables in this city on Sunday A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant tfiste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Reme dy a favprite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of consequencstassoon as the cough bYjevery Li STEAM IS MISTAKEN FOR SMOKE CAUSING A WILD PANIC IN A CHICAGO CHURCH Women With Battled ed MenNineteenRersona Badly Injured Chicago Feb 25 Nineteen persons were Injured and scores of others barely escaped with their livts during a panic following a false alirm of fire in the Churqh of Sancta Maria Addol arata Grand avenue and P iorSa street The rush for the pxlts during which dozens were ground under the feet t of those behind them resulted from the prank of boys who ope led the ra diator escape Valve whlcli filled the vestibule with hissing steam The second mass was being cele brated when several boy bent on frightening the worshipers crept into the first floor of the building occu pied as a school hall and began tam pering with the radiator In which a high pressure of steam was maintain ed One of the number Unscrewed the top from the escape valve allow- Ing dense volumes of to How out thelvapor Father Glacomo pastor was in the midst of the sacred office and 200 members of the congre gation were following his tvords devoutly when a cloud of steam was wafted in at the west ddr which stood partially open The horror stricken occupants of th s edifice turned from their devotions to casti a glhnce Into the hallway which was filled with steam and then they made a rush for the east door The priest halted for a moment In the midst of his service and then he cried to his fast disappearing pock that there was no danger He commanded them to return to their seats to advance to the altar and to be calm but they did not listen to what hie said Men women and children ftught for egress through the east do rnone venturing to the west exit where It was believed that the flames were ra ging Women with babies in tt eir arms battled with men for an opportunity to escape and voiced their dem irids for liberty by screams in thel native Italian tongue Just outside of the east xit tlie stairway descends sharply to he floor below ending in a small Ian Ing and a stained glass window To tie right nnother door opens into the hallway of the street floor It was at this landing wtliere the crush was greatest and it was here that the fran ic onus struggled with each other In i desperate effort to escape Unable to fight their way hrough the doorway so great was th crush behind them some ot those in front endeavored to turn and pusli back those who were behind them This wits a fatal move for the cor stantly Increasing weight above them forced them to the floor and half a dtfzen men women and children wer forced through the window and fell to the street six feet below amid a shower of broken glass STABBED IN SHIELDING SON Yourig Man Interfered In Quarrel Between Parents Kansas City Feb 25rMrs J Oscart taUonaryenglneer husband in the act of peaematerat their home In Rosedale near there and was stabbed to the heart by Rich ardsonSThe pair had been quarreling when the son Interfered taking the mothers partl Jthen attacked th son with a knife when the mother inter fered TAIN MUTILATES MINISTER Preacher Falls Under Wheels and Is Ground to Death Westboro Mass Feb 25The mutilated and dismembered body q the- Re Dr Everett D Burr a prominent Baptist clergyman of Newton Center was found lying beside the east ound tracks of the Boston and Albany division of the New York Central rail road nean the Summer street bridge KJilghtstatedHe said that the victim had undoubt edly fallen from a moving train while passing from one carto another Three Firemen Hurt tprbuildingFranklin avenue and Seventh street iOwasa theater conducted as Keiths v ude yule house was destroyed by fire The fire Is supposed to have been cnised by crossed electric wires on the st ige The loss is about 90000 Troy N Y Feb 25 tde Presbyterian chapel was destroyotb7 fire Loss 52000 More Smallpox 25Eederkbeen stricken with smallpox Many of the legislators have left the city and It Is not likely that an attempt wml be made to convene the legislature American Found Hanging Paris Feb 25A man body which were found papers bearing the name A Marin New York Vas found hanging In the woods at VIn cennee It is supposed tothave ben ft case of suicide tL NOTESOl Ol I W fARM IIy r Walk through the orchard and exI amine the fruit trees and see wheth jr any damage Is being done by mice or rabbits There should be an experiMental plot on every farm where nejF vane les can be tested before going Into hem extensively The individuality of each cow should be studied so as to meet her jpecial needs In feed and care and jet from her the maximum profit It is the shiftless procrastinating rarmer who wishes for the morrow or he Is ashamed of what he didnt 1o today and promises himself that it will be done tomorrow Th winter season is the time to lan for the planting ot vines and Truit trees this coming spring If lOll aregolng to order nursery stock get our order In early Barrels and boxes are poor storage laces for the seed corn They are jpt to gather moisture which Is sure 0 lower the germinating power of the eed Thorough ventilation is the es sential thing In the storage of seed corn The annual report of the secretary of agriculture makes good read ing for the farmer and If you have not had the opportunity of perusing it send for a copy to the depart nent at Washington They are to be had free as long as the supply lasts Recent experiments to prove the temper of the stingless bee showed that the most severe treatment failed to arouse them The hives were kicked the bees were shaken about even scooped up by the handfuls but not once did they offer to sting During the cold weather kitchen retuse is apt to accumulate near the house This should be looked after as when thawing weather comes it apt to cause trouble Better get such refuse out to the compost heap where It will be available for the garden To excel as a corn grower one must have an acquaintance with the nature orsollswith the bioolgy of plants with the cultural methods and climat ic conditions with the laws of hered Ity and the marvelous potentialities wrapped up In a tiny seed The government crop report states that the exports of domestic cheese during the ten months ending Octo ber 1906 amounted to 20226044 rounds of which the United Kingdom took 17312088 pounds or about 86 per cent The total exports during a similar period in 1905 amounted to only 7288771 pounds One Is made to realize what an Im portant Item weeds areupon the losing side of the account of the farmer when he considers the state ment of Prof T J Burrill that the loss from weeds in Illinois is fully onehalf dollar per acre which would make the total loss In the state to amount to 13000000 per year Think of It And it is not to be supposed that Illinois Is worse weed ridden than other states What are you doing to stop this leak Common Colds are the Cause ef Many SeriousDiscases Physicians who have gained a national reputation as analysts ot the cause of various diseases claim that if catching cold could be avoided a long list of dan gequs ailments would never be heard of Every one knows that pneumonia and consumption originate from a told and chronic catarrah bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble are aggravated andrendered more serious by yuurlifea cpld Chamberlains Cough Remedy WIllcureit before these diseases devel opiumpmorphme ofitbledRigid Justice Among Animals Beesbeavers elephants and crows banish or put to death such member of their communities asare lazy 0wicked OOOOOOOOOoooeo ao00 t 8 Chaplin Water 0 o i Power Roller MillsM- AKESTHE iIf o BEST FLOUR o THE BEST MEAL G o aaI 0 S In Springfield and many 2 other sections of Washington 2 county our brands are sold S Buy them and get THE BEST i1 D B SUTHERLAND 1 o CHAPLIN KX 0 Le0n0oooooo r eOQaI J THE SUN AND SBotlip t pera yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Homeand Farm 125v American Agriculturist 175 American U50 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Firesideo 185 Farm Field and Fireside 175 t Review of Reviews A 3125 Lippincotts Magazine 2S5 l gazme 400 Ledger Month1y175Ha-rpers Magazine Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv i5e CLUBBING RATfStlt WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES LouisVilletThe Sun and The Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier t Journal except bunday 6 40X Same including Sunday 8201 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 37V The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three i in the week six months230T-he Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one 2 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear L and N Railroad Time Table I DaIncoming 41 tf rtw- Arrives at Springfield 825 p m 1240 p m 705p mJJ 1 Arrives at Bardstown 735 1100 a m606 t tJ Arrives at Bardstown Junctn 650 906cc 522cc t Leaves Louisville 600 730 430u t If Daily Suny only Daily Outgoing Trains No 42 No 90 No 41 T Leaves Springfield 525 a m 715 a m 100 p m Leaves Bardatown612 800 220iLeaves Bardstown Junctn 655 845 410 p m Arrives at Louisville 745 935u 545 p m 4 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great ectlon of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur I passed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WEIR President a Gal Mner Iecz AtOl r TraM t IIg THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 r HUNTERS IN WILD H iI RIDE ON CARIBOU t THRILLING ADVENTURE OF TWO MEN IN A MAINE FOREST i l ANIMALS MAKE FOR RIVER r Nlmrod Gets Away With No More Serious Damage Than That to Their Raiment and Nervous System Bangor hieW T Ashby of Carl lioulsone of the two men in Maine who claim to have had a rldo on the back of a live caribou He says In regard to it Willard Corliss a hunter when he lived at Ludlow many years ago dls covered that when the snow was about two feet deep and very light the carl l bu fcould not get through it as fast as an active man as they cannot trot z then they have to gallop and this appears to distress them greatly He used to get on their backs and ride t91 they were done out and then lead them to camp Fie sold several to showmen for 100 each but they soon died One Sunday mpi ing several years a man named Wallace Smith and rmyself went out onto a hard wood ridge to cut some wood for ax helves the snow was about two feet deep and as light as feathers Caribou tracks were plentiful and we soon saw three of the anneals themselves eating moss from a fallen treee1 We crept toward rthem till they began to prick up their Vcars then we threw our axes and with horrid yells rushed after them The Jrightened bewildered animals ran In a circle and bleated like scared calves JLigotjafter orfe and Smith selected an other We chased them over logs and un der windfalls I soon got close to mIne I threw away my mitts and clinched my fingers in his long hair and after a while got on his back You could then hear him bleat amile Some 40 rods away there was a Clogging road hard and smooth and to the river three miles away My caribou headed straight for this atid I couldnt stop him I got him by btut he was as stubborn as a mule A mo t mont later I saw the road ahead and board my caribou give a pleased little JWat wasYchanged I was still stride my beast He Went Down the Icy Road at a l 240 Clip but wished I was off for we were go cliphtickinglIke a broncho Presently he shied at a dirty spot in the road and I divas thrown with some violence on the fee While I was rubbing my bruised lfeow and getting my breath I heard Jpiid shouts up the road and saw War dace coming at great speed on another yacribou Stop himoStop tym for Gods awaywithI I felt for rely Ihat to shoo him With but it was gone I siezed a fir brush that had bencut from the road and jammed it in the face of the fran iCe animal As It turned to get by I seized a horn but lit soqh dragged met down and strippe away my clothes J with its sharp hodfs It also cut my breast so badly that I will carry the scar to my grave Bear Grapples With Iron Monster i P1 Logansport IndfA freight train on the C C L railroad J A Allen engineer ran dow and killed a huge brown bear about three miles north bf Twelve Mile ass county The bear probably escapcdrom a party tf Russians who had been at Roches tor exhibiting the aninjal with two after performing bears and had made its way to the railroad track It was wearing a muzzle and a ring in Its nose to which wa attached a chain 12 feet long When first seen I Ebythe Engineer the animal was mis i taken for a calf but when the engine i eer sounded his whistle the animal reared on its haunches and showed light The engineer was unable tc stop the train In time to prevent strik ing the bear and the animal was killed and badly cut Engineer Alley picked up jjortionsj of tljcbodam took Ahem home as evidence fu HHILLSBQRO s t Mrs J H Settles is some better at this writingIMrs J A Coulter who has been sick has gone to the Infirmery at Leba non for treatment Mrs Colvin of Willisburg is visiting her faughter Mrs J H Settles Mtt J St Inman is on the sick list Mrs J D Sutherland has returned from a visitto relatives in Anderson countyI Mrs J S Inman returned home Saturday from a visit to her sister in Illinois Quite a large crowd from here attend ed County Court IIThe farmers are getting along fine with their tobacco beds Most all of icrqpMrshome from a Visit to her ParentsI l Mrs Armstrong and d ie were in town Monday Mrs J M Shields has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs Griffy Miss Maud Inman last Saturday with Mrs Julia Sutton Great Victory last Chas H Sanfor obtainJdlafinea I vester Co oh an indictment under the antitrust late charging that the def n dent is an unlawful combination or con ederationa trust Many thought Mr Sanford could not sustain the indictment but on Wed esday the Court of Appeals affirmed hat judgment the harvester company mving appealed from the circuit courts decision Of course a fine of 2000 is nothing for the great trust if that were all But the principle has now been estab shed Mr Sdnfurdand other attorney for the Commonwealth may henceforth go after the International with a yen ante and miake the fur fly Nor is that all Other trusts like the American Tobacco Co are in the same boat Mr Sanford has already begun prosecutions against the tobacco trust and it goes without saying that he will riddle it The fact is this decision is far reaching With the Society of Equity standing pat against the Trust and Commonwealth Attorneys rapidly depleting its treasury there is every reason for the farmer to take heart again arid feel assured of victory Is it not a source of pride to our people to know tpat Henry county furnishes the Commdhwealths Attorney who first succeeds in placing these gigantic combinations under legal condemnation and in bringinlthe power of the State to Mr Sanford has certainly achieved muchHenry County Local HARDESTY Mr D B Sutherland wife and little son Roy D of Chaplin spent Friday with Mr J H Gray and family Mr Ezra Goodlett and wife of Law renceburg spenjt the latter part of last week with the formers parents ic1Ir WS Y Good tt Mr Silas Armstrong bought of T J Trent one work horse price 125 Mr Colvin of Antioclu spent Saturday night and SUnday with his aunt Mrs W S Y Goodlett Mrs H P Cheser who has been quite ill is much better at this writing Miss Ida Gray was in Polin Tuesday afternoon shopping Mrs W S YGoodlett and daughter Miss Tayie spoilt last Friday with relatives in Springfield- Mr J H Gray boasts of raising the longest parsnip of any one round here this year It measures thirtytwo in in lenJtthI Death In Unusual Manner Middlesboro Ky Feb 24 Thrown from the track by the engine of a fasts freight train the body of a steer struck R J Goodwin hob was on a horse close and knocked him and the horse into the waters of Cannon creek Goodwin and the horse both were drowned Goodwin was driving several head of cattle to his farm near Four ile As he reached the railroad cros ing nearFerndale the train approa hed at a rapid rate of speed The cattle were on the track and the train plowed its way through the bunch Mr Good win was not on the track and seemed to be dut of harms way The heavy engine picked up one of thesteers how ever and threw it high into the air It fell against the horse on which Mr Goodwin was riding and both were thrown over a high embankment into the creek which was swollen from rain Mr Goodwin was drowned and his body was taken from the creek about half a mile below vhere the accident happened Mr Gobdwin was formerly Circuit Court Clerkand was wellknown in this section of the State Flowers that Like Shade The primrose and lillyot the valley Will stand the shade of trees better than most other flowers inssFRO KiYiV4l WAfRM IiI li The onecrop system means ulti mate failure wherever practiced Keep the youngstockgrowing if you would increase your profits If it is a question of the sheep or the dog let the sheep stay and the dog go A company of Russian Christians is to locate on a farm In Anne Arun del county Maryland Yes admitted Farmer wise the dual purpose cow is all right except for the man who wants to produce milk boot at a profit tICollect the scions from fruit trees now for spring grafting They may be kept Jn moist sand or stuck into potatoes and put in the cellar Ai successful onion grower uses about 1200 pounds of fertilizer per acre It is made up as follows Four parts of ammonia eight parts phos phone acid and eight parts potash And now urn frog is coming in for protection The New York State League for the Protection of Fish and Game recommends a law making it illegal to kill frogs between December and May 31 Experiments have shown that wa ter glass solution properly made the ilrst year may be used the second with good success It should be heat od to the boiling point however to stetrilize it before the second use The ideal farm after all is riot the one that shows the greatest net returns in dollars and con tsbut the one tit Ijere father mother and chil dren have found the greatest amount of happiness and growth in charac ter To destroy the little white worms which Ido Injury at the roots of plants ake a piece of perfectly fresh lime as large as an ordinary sized tea cup put in a pail of water and allow to dIssolvePour off the clEan water and api ly enOugh to the soil to thor ioughly saturate i = It is the man behind the manger responsibleIfor toned sable is better than science which is not reenforced by the full jest supervision of all the conditions under which the cattle are kept While it may not be advisable on the tare farm to compost manure the same being drawn directly to the lancl as fast as made the small farmer land the truck gardener can greatly increase the quantity of avail able plant food by having a well are ranged otnpost heapTThe FaultFinder The neighbor who is always want- Ing to find fault neednt take the trou ble to climb over his own fence DYSPEPSIAAlmost cry other man and wo man you meet is af flicted with z this terrible disease ia some stage until it acquires full 1 strength an- dsuddenly them in the most violent form Is your appetite fickle Do you suffer with fro uenjt headaches and dizziness and Dimmed Do you lack ambition andcnergy Do you toss and tumble at night unable to sleep These are all symptoms and forerttft ners of this disease Act at once Commence the use of Dr CaldweUsLaxat- iveSyrup Pepsin which will instantly check the progreag of the disease and ultimatelyeradicate all traces of it from your system CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN is tr e greatest preparation ever offered for yspepsia It acts instantly restoring every affe ted part to natural life and vigor D CALDWELLSSYRUP PEPSIN can lie obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all druggists Your money will be refunded U It youYopr will brine by return mail our new booklet DR CALDWELL3 BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample tel those who have never tried this woncUffal rtaaedy Do it no- wPEPSIN SYRUP CO Mentleelle Illinois RED CROSS DRUG STORE SpringfiedMarkit Bacoa Hains 16c Si lea 12Hc Beeswax 25c per poi nd Butter 15o to 20c poi pound Chickens Hens 7o prlnftSc Dried apples 5c per p und Ducks 7c per pound Corn Meal750 to SUe per bushe- lEggslie per dozen Feathers 44c per pound FlourS220to JtiO Ginseng 751 per pot nd Grain WTioat 65c rornrjOc Oate 40c Hides QreonUHc to d124 per pound kimoflOc to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran 80 Bhipstnfif 100 pet 100 pounds v Potatoes Country Onions Salt Sl45 and S185 pei barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow 4c per pound Vinegar c to 4oc per gallon WoolBurry and greasy 14Mo clear of grease 20c tub washed c Coulitry SorKhumr45cto 50c Qeese35c a poise MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 23 CATTLEExtra 5 5 75 00HOGSChoiceSHEEP Extra 5 10 5 25I 75FLOURWHEAT No 2 red 7S 79 47OATS73HAYChBUTTIER Dairy 19 fj 20 EGGSPer doz 25 APPLES Choice g 2 7- 5POTATOESPer bu 60 65 TOBACCO Hurley 7 50 14 00 CHI A0 WHEAT No 2 red 778 78e CORNNo 2 mixed 45 OATS No 2 mixed th 36 PORT Prime mess 16 65 LARDStoam a 22 NEW YOLK FLOUR Win paten 3 60 3 85 WHEAT No 2 red 84 503OATSNoPORKPrime mess 7 75 18 50 LARDSteam 9 +p JWHEATNoCORNNo 2 mixed 49 OATSNo 2 mixed 391f 40 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 76 CORN No 2 mixed 5- 0OATSNo 2 mixed M HOGSExtra 6 20 700 60IINDIAXAlO 18 CATTLE Prime 5 Ii it5 35 HOGSChoice 90 7 05 SHEEPExtra j Q 4 6E FSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Undor this hOld all ns who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat co noat3 and other wantedLandserted in another department of the paper at very low rates j D G Dragoo Rt 2 Has for sale two good work mules 15J ands high 4 yearsold saletwentyMrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale one and two year old gin pricesThethe coming season and the yearlings are fine and large Anytime trom now to the middle of April or the first of May is the time to set out Ginseng A C Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotts White Ply moth Rocks and singlecomb Brown Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 C L Grundy Rt 1 hzs for sale one registered shorthorn bull 8monthsold also one Chester White male shoat S E Shewhiaker R 3 has for sale two good brood m res and one 5year old horse- L C Young route 2 has for sale a sixyear old jack Mrs B L Litseyi Pie sant Grove OrpmgtonIAlbert Rudd Route 1 has for sale pome good work males two and three years old W H Leachman Springfield has for sale two registered bulls J L Allen Springfield wants 50 or 75 bushels of good corn Richard Efcjgeley Texas has for sale 200 lirstclass locust posts R B Cregor Lebano Rt 3 has for sale six gilts that will farrow the first of May Reed Spalding Route 3 as for sale 500 bushels of recleaned seed oats Stocked from Northern Illinois last year C L Brady Route 3 hak for sale 25 shoats weight about 75 pounds and six or eight brood sows a of good seasoned cord wood Mrs Matt C Mayes Spr ngfield has for sale 75 pure bred Brow Leghons Mrs Mayes will move to Springfield in a few and desires t sell these chickens as soon as possible Sherman Martin Springfield has for sale a lot of Rhode Island Reds from 2 to 25 Mrs W l Leachman hast for sale a lot of Mammoth Bronze turkeys Springfieldpen is headed bv one of- MrsWrights prize winnerS at the Lou isville poultry show won first prize P M Howard Lebanbn Rt 3 has for sale Durop Jersey grits z nd males Call and see them C W Homan Springfiel has for sale a good work horse H R Thompson Springfield has for sale a good fiveyearoldwor mule J Gr AdamS Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale a lot of hay m 13I3I3E3 Public Sale Friday March I at 10 Oclock a m- Onr the above date will offer for sale on the C R Cheatham place near Willisburg the following stock and farming Implements- Two work horses 4 cows 25 head of Sheep and about 25 lambs 3 brood sows five shoats One stack of hay 50 or 75 bushels of corn buggy and har ness spring wagon farm wagon and all farming implements Terms Made known on Day of Sale JAS CHEATHAM FARM FOR= SALE acresincultivation The dwelling house was recently burned but farm has on it all other necessary outbuildings including two barns Lots of locust timber Good Thefarm h Farm will be sold if satisfactory bid is received otherwise Jt will be offered for rent Possession given at once Terms Made Known on Day of Sale MRS Ca R CHEATHAM eE ra EB Lak Overflowers 1 pikeclosenew stock barn Price 40 per acre t No 57163 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on pike V 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco plenty posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per a re- No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine churchPriceNo 60J330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass fl plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 No 6L125t acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres of vir n soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncrIbs t tobaccolandNo 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock iIbarn 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 room dwelling onpiket plentyoffarms in Nelson county Price 5rper acre Reel Estate K entIB Da LAKE Springfield K Let me frame your pictures any kind any style Price reas onable best work Mirrors I am prepared to retouch mir shapetoOr if you want me to I will make you a nice mirror and fra- meRepairing When you want any kind of re ylorsRepairthe most reasonable prices I Oeo B Taylor I Opportunityfl h tit + y youvelonged4f young lady with a lovely diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if- the titring and other presents are bought of me Tp prove it try it I T JAS J GRAVES I tilIlialJl tit 200vD1yllea11- I l The Sun and