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JI f k r t r r mbe i rinfi4b inn j 4L tjl j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY Jt f VOLUME III I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1907 MUMIERi 4 Two Children of Mr and Mrs Ed A Bob F litt Perish In Flames Monday Morning BODIES COMPLETELY CONSUMED I SleePingjIn were Enveloped In Flames Before Fire wasDls overed ofI Little Thru Tear I Old Brother Makes Here c Effort to Sere I His Infant Sistir through Sjnoko and Flame His Baby Hands lulled Cradle In Which Win the Charred Remains Off r he Infant 1 I Mrs Boblitt Besides Being Seri ously Burned Is frantic With Grief and Is On the Verge of a Nervous Collapse j Two children of Mr and Mrs Ed A Boblitt of Mooresville wereburned to death Monday mbrning between five i rec1OKitiOD The children were sleeping in the family room one 4f them in a small bed and the other ir a cradle The or theithe house and burne to death the two thoughiit is presumed that a spark from an open fireplace ignited some heavy pa f per which had been d on the walls of the room and papered over with ordinary wall paper it is said that piece t of this paper near the fireplace had come loose and was hanging down is b elievOlithat th 8 caught fire and It the whole room Depame a mass of flames in a few secords Mrs Boblitt was ir ie kitchgp preparing l breakfast anij Mr Bdblitt was at toe stable feedin his stock when the frightful calamity occurred Although the room in wjiich the children were sleeping adjoined that of the kitchen the first Mrs Boblitt knew of the fire was when little fouryear old boy who was alsolin the room with the other children pulled the burning cradle in which was the dead body of the baby against the door leading to the kitchen Then itwas that Mrs Boblitt opened the door and beheld the awful sighfe The room was a mass of infant in the cradle burnedd thea was crisp Mrs Boblitt first grabbed the babyfrom the cradle but hearing the cries pf the little six year old girl she placed the body of the infant upon the kitchen floor and tried to reach the child but the terri ble flames were too much under head way and she was forced to leave the room but not until hap head and hands were horribly burned The horror stricken woman ran into the yarn and scream d for her husband who ca ie as quickly as he could but upon his Ar rival he found that the fire had ob pletely evelo pad everything in the room and the father and mother aid little son were compelled to stand by iirhomeious little girls Mrs Boblitt was frantic anda would have plunged into the tttolFS her husband not restrained her In a few minutes the vas burned to the ground Neigh rs came and a search among the sm u1 dering ashes and the debris was nude for the bodies or that part of the bo ies unburned of the little girls The tor rorstricken people tenderly lifted from the ashes all that the cruel flames did not consume of the unfortunate little ones and the remains were buried Monday afternoon This horror is one of the most sickon ing the people of Washington county have ever known When the terrible news was telephoned to Springfield people were Tiorrified and BOblittbowere heard upon all sides The infant was seven months old fOtrandbrothernotwithstanding burned pulled the cradle inwhich wzs the dead charred body of his infart untrlhewas more heroic than that of the man who sailed his monsters of war over anrdestroyed words when the horrified mother open ed the door were Mamma me pull sister out of the smoke The brave little man though suffering from the burns he received while trying to res cue his infant sister did not whimper but bore his sufferings like a true sol dier Providence alone it seems save the little herd from the awful fate ofj the other two children Perhaps God spared him in order to give to the world another GREAT MAN Indeed the heroism of this child is marvelous It is almost beyond belief A three yearold child under very ordinary cir cumstances flees to its mother but this little one forgot self and thought of duty If we are not mistaken this child is entitled to a part of the Carnejria He ro Fund At least we shall investigate into the matter at once We are unacquainted with the rules governing the distribution of this fund but if it is to go to those who perform heroic deeds in efforts ito save human life this little one should be remembered If the act of this child on last Monday morning does m t place him in the role of a hero theh we dont know the meaning of herdism He is now the only child of Mr and Mrs Boblitt and toI fellow tugged at the cradle in a verit able furnace the child in the cradle had burned to death the walls the ceiling the floor the bedding every thing afire yet he came out with only some slight burns Does it not seem that Providence saved himsaved him perhaps that he may accomplish great er deeds of heroism in years to come Hundreds of people in this and ad joining counties deeply sympathize with Mr and Mrs Boblitt The editor of The Sun desires to extend to these sorrowing ones his deepest sympathy and to assure them that the public mourns with them in the loss qf their children The burned bodies of these precious little ones are a part of earth just as the decaying trunk of the mighty oak is a part of earth but the souls of these who went away are with the God who gave them to the world but who in His wisdom removed them from earthly habitations Words of sympathy in an hour like this are empty indeed and not until this unhappy mother and father meet the dear ones in Gods own mansions on high will they find a surcease of sorrow Mr Croake a near neighbor was the first to arrive at the Boblitt home hehaving been attracted by thescreams of Mrs Boblitt Upon his arrival he found Mr Boblitt struggling with his wife to prevent the frantic woman from plunging into the burning house Mr Croake was informed that the bed of tie little girl was near the window and he broke the window out in an at tempt to rescue her but a great vol ume of smoke and flame flew into his face and he was forced to retreat When the body of this child was ta ken from the ashes it was found that she did not leave the bed and it is very evident that she was suffocated before the fire had gained much headway Mrs Boblitts condition today is no better Her burns are very painiul but her physician does not consider them dangerous However her nervous condition is very serious and it will require careful attention to pre vent a complete collapse There was no insurance on Mr Bob litts house and contents and his loss is a total one Friends are soliciting funds for ths unfortunate and very unhappy family and it is to be hoped that a nej sum will be raised l Mass Meeting Lebanon Enterprise Citizens of Marion and adjoining counties are in vited to attend a mass meeting which will be held at the opera house this city Sunday afternoon March 10 1907 at 1 oclock for the purpose of protest ing against the iniquitous laws recently passed by the French Government having for their object the abolition of CHRISTIANITY from France Addresses on this occasion will be made by Hort Edward J McDermott of Lo isville and Judge I H Thur man of Springfield both orators of great repute and men of great ability and c urage Their addresses will be highly instructive and every one who wishes to know the truth pertaining to these iniquitous French measures which aye aroused the Christian world should attend rganizing In Marion Mr Will Nally County Organizer for the American Society ot Equity is in Ala ion county this weekorganizing locals Mr Nally has done good work in Was lington county and we are glad to note that his services are in demand workte COCANOUGHERS Column of long Run News and Matters of interest About one mile south of the beauti southItall knobs are two large rocks that crown a frowning cliff one of which would weigh many hundred tons the other not nearly so large In those rocks hoary witH countless ages are seven kettle shaped holes holding from one to five evidentithat this is not the work of nature because there is nothing in the sur rounding rocks to correspond with these Then the shape and smoothness of these cavities pot a mark of a tool can be seen would be evidence enough to satisfy the mo t skeptical that this is the work of man Then the question would naturally arise when by whom anq how was this work done Mr Ward an old man of seventynine win ters says there is a tradition that it is the work of the Indians and was used by them as an oven in which to bake their bread but when we remem ber that the red man had no abiding place in this State except in the west ern portion known as Jacksons pur chase but the northern and southern tribes met in this the hunters Paradise in deadly conflict hence the name Dark and Bloody Ground One would naturally conclude that the work was done with tools the Indians did not possess Then we could not imagine a Cherokee of the south or a Wyan dott of the north spending day after day with his rude tools wearing away this flinty rock he was not built that way Then if the redman did not do this work we must go back to the pea pIe who preceded him who were much further advanced in civilization than he and much more skilled in the manu facture and use of stone implements So we attribute this work to a race of the long ago who inhabited the Mississippi Valley and he must neces sarily have spent much time with his rude stone hammers and chisels dig ging out these holwhich were evi dently used for cooking purposes or probably thnse immense rocks were used by these simple barbarians as sacraficial altars upon which to offer their oblations to their strange gods and these troughs Used to catch the blood of their offered victims But be this as it may they stand as silent reminders of the mysterious past when probably in ages gone by dusky forms gathered around the e huge rocks to cook their evening meal or make their sacraficialofferings On last Sunday HatchettIpreached at Beech Grove to a house full of people his subject was Sin He said it caused all the want and woe sickness and death that is in the world and had well nigh ruined our earth and was the one thing God hated The sermon made us feet that sin was an awful thing and if unrepented of would ruin the soul At the close the brethren and sisters gave theirhand as a token that they would live better lives and wo were among that number Austin M Robinson long life came to a close at his home at Aliceton Ky on the 26th of February His wife who prececed him to the grave died on the same day of the month and was buried on the samhdayalso The fu neral was conducted by his pastor Bro P Walker at his horse Feb 28 and his remains were l in that city of the dead idltaway he had spent so much time beautifying The decease was born in Springfield Ky Sept 8th 1823 was married to Miss Elizabeth Bottom Feb 7 1849 To this union five children were born four of whom are still liv ing He left Springfi Id in 1858 and went to Perryville and later to Alice ton He joined the Wesley Chapel church over fifty year ago Thus a long life at last came to aclose and it was said of him as one of old And he died A little bird not the Sparrow told us to tell the readers oi The Sun that the brethren say thatBro P Walker of the little city of Mackyille was one of the best preachers eVer on that cir cuit and not only his own but all the people loved him We said we would and she flew away J F LUGS AND A LITTLE TRASH PERHAPS But Some of This To bacco Talk Is to i the Point Pooling Figures Getting Big As the Days Go ByMc Chord Makes Great Speech Bully for the Burley Boosters Everybody is pulling for the pool and the acreage upon he pooling gooks is climbing high right around the 2000 mark at present and everything indi cates that 95 per cent of the crop will be pooled Get into the pool arid persuade your neighbor to do likewise L The American Society of Equity will attend to the corn the wheat the tur keys the hogs the cattle etc later What we want now is terbacker Dont censure the man who refuses to pool try to persuade him You cant do any good by trying to bulldoze him into the pool and you might do harm Burley Boosters Burley Boosters Game old roosters Game old roosters Keep on crowing and agrowine And youll soon become trustbusters You dont have to know how to swim to got into the pool Its deep but every man who goes in is supplied with a lifesaver Try to get all the outs in In union there is strength In division a feast for the trust Stand together farmers r Farmers ask your merchant friends if they are assisting in the great work mapped out by the A Sof E If they say no ask them why and point out to them that the farmer must first be prosperous before the merchant can be prosperous Doctors lawyers preachers merch ants everybody put your shoulders to the wheel and help push Dont do any unnecessary talking Talk 1o the point but be guarded in what you say Too much talk if it is not of the right kind will weaken our organization Dont cuss Dont fuss y Dont slush v But push If a man disagrees with you try to win him over by flinging good old boss sense at him You cant con nce him that he is wrong by abusing him and by pelting him with epithets Im going into the pool Said a frog oh a stool And he winked and humped And right in he jumped Hon W C McChord spoke at Shel byville last Friday and we are informed by Mr WA Clehients who was present that he made a great speech one that brought forth loud and long applause The State Board of Control employed a stenographer to take down the speech and it will be printed in tract form and scattered over the district Hon WCMcGhdrdand Mr W Clementaarein Winchester attending t a meeting of the Board of Control of the Burley District 4 t i l A contractor will be here this week to see about erecting the big barn Up to the present time the Washing ton County Warehouse Company thas received 471721 pounds of tobacco Coinmencin Thursdaytobadco will be received at the barn of MrT Spalding work at thejjj R Thompson barn having been completed this afternoon k e Going to Panama Hon Ben Johnson left Bardstown last Saturday for Washington City from there he goes to New York and will sail this week with a congressional partyfor Panama Mr Johnson and party will take a good looka the place where thecfig ditch is toT be dug and will prepare themselves toy talk about the canal when congress meets next winter f Death of Good Woman Mrs Lucy Hubbard died at Her home near Jen ontn yesterday afternoon of consumption of which she had been a sufferer for some time She was a widow and leaves three orphan children Deceased was a member of the Methodist church and was a good woman The children and other rela tives have the sympathy of alL The funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at Beech Grove by Bro P Walker of Mackville aster which the remains will be interred in the sham graveyard Enjoyable Reception A reception was tendered Hey rid Mrs Lawson by the members of the Presbyterian church last Thursday evening it being held in the Sunday school room of the church A large crowd was present and the evening was a most enjoyable one Chocolate coffee and wafers were served bqeladies of the church and a most enjoyable evening was spent Revs Mr Lyon and Mr Williams of the Methodist and Baptist churches madewel coming addresses to which Mr Lawson responded in a short and very pleasing talk Mr and Mrs Jbawsom are welcomed to Springfield by people of all denominations He was formerly pastor of the church here and was much loved and admired i 1 oiiIncrease In Business Attention is called to the advertise ment of the Blue Grass Manufacturing Company in this issue This firm is now doinga large busines The de mand for harness turned out by 4he- JjS company hasincreased to such an extent as to require a larger force of workmen and more machinery is to soon be installed People who use the thoroughlysatisfiedwith ing that their friends buy no other kind Good Prices Auctioneer S M Campbell reports a sale of E F Buckles in Marion county yesterday as being well attended One sevenyearold Jennett sold for5p5a twoyearold Jfnnetb sold for 200 A sow and eight pigs brought 6425 nineteen yearling sugar mules 122 el head work mules from 100 to 155ha pair of threeyearold for 344 Overrun With Work I For the past ten days the Springfield Suns job department has beevridyjar run and work continues to comein Yesterday afternoon we received order from Smithville Ky forlY6t of printing snd this together WJu a number of other large orders will keep t our presses going day and night during the next week If Sun this week and next looks a littleC run over at the heel please rememoer that we are endeavoring to make ends meet devoting a large prrtof ous time tojob work a t r Z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1907 Dr WFTrusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed OffiCe over Huydon Barber Bi DsLAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual alwayv reliable 1d the best dividendpaying company in the jOrld Your HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD J KENTUCKY J OFFICE HOURS j 7 g 9 a m 4 8 p m t y t Dr J CMudd PRINGFIELD KENTUCKY J HATDOSS r Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M l7 Dr W W Ray J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church i over C W Hagan s grocery Office pone 175 Residence phone 172 J tt LAMPTON M D eifHouseF5 Residence Ko38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day l9tNight 109 T SCOTT MAYES i ATTYAT Law 1Springfield Ky iU practice fn the courts of Washington dmd adjoining counties in the of Appeals Co rta i1V CC McCHORD t ATTYATLAWf Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts CLAYBROOKEb ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky win practice ia tie courts of Washing n d adjoining counties and in the o W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW KyIIIiI Fiingtoaidy MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Sprngfield Ky BuildingWill Wash iIgton and adjoining counties and in the court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERSpringfield + specialtWin able Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC 3DN MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store t ContractJill teen In the tiushiesp for thlrtvfl 0 years THOS J Graves OOOOOQOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOQOQ MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE 8- J Minis Day 89 Night 10- 6MAYES oooooooooooooooocooooooooo JOHN Y- Funeral i Director And Iy Licenced Embalmer SPRINGFIErlp KENTUCKY 1 i Best Attention Every courtsey shown lyiredsofae Line of Caskets andBurialRobes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 1 t TIE SPARROW Ie I IL THE AND OWL 1 THE SPARROW I once knew a man who wasso out rageotsly stingy that he wouldnt even give advice That waS his best trait By reas n of his refusal to give advice the community recognized in him a good and safe citizen I also once knew a shiftless spendthrifta worthless fellow of the 30 cent aggregationwh o contracted the smallpox and gave em to everybody in the community three deaths resulting It was unfortunate for the community that the stingy man did not contract the disease first if he had he thgivenChildj I spent a few minutes with Mr Charlie Oder at Fenwick last Thursday morning Mr Oder has a nice store and is doing a good business I hearda woman in field say to her husband last Saturday after noon Never mind Sir Ive got a crow to pick with you She looked vicious and you dont know how glad I am that I am not a crow It wouldnt take that woman more than half minute to pick the biggest crow in the United States Ive seen her in some very ugly moods recently and when she has one of these mean spells old man looks frightened I think its unsafe for him to stay at home wither h all alone unless he arms himself One morning three weeks ago she mad a dive at him and in his excitement he ran into the front end a cow and got boo ed He needs police protection or a divorce =1 had a talk with a preacher over Lebanon last week and during the conversation he told me that often he performed marriage ceremonies a didnt get but one dollar for the job ThatSi ridiculous I think The very idea of a fellow who takes unto himself a woman nofc paying more money for the ceremony than one plunk shameful I told Lebanon Divi that hought to move to Springfield that I assure preachers here never receive less than 5 for a marria ter mo y However it may be th atIRev Father Hennessy and Re v Wi hanJgive the contracting parties more four the money If our pastors can sup ly a better ceremony of course the tell ow interested is willing to p more feut be that as it may the boys here ipk 500 is dirt cheap and th e always pay it with a smile Dont mi under md me the five dollars is pain curr ncy or coin and the smile given j st for fun If the preach er givenII am more afraid of thetailend a bumble bee than I am of the tail end of a rattle snake There are few better men is this country than Father Pieters down at Frederickstowni Show me a man Who is a friend of the birds and I will show you a good and great man Father Pieters isi very fond of birds He is one otf those men who gets more genuine mast out of the wwbling of the byig you ever stop to nk that the music of the birds is the song of nature and that natursong is the melody of God Style is a funny thing A wom is dressed one way today ands another way tomorrow I wear the same suit the year round and am more th satisfiedwith it Last summer Win Leachrrian convinced me that I would Chamberlains 1 Cough Remedy Tho Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough cureltovera18ralways be depended upon It oontalns no beIPn11Price 25 eta LarkeSlzo 6O etap r look better in a white suit and I told him I would take one if he would agree that it wouldnt rip or ravel but when we went to take the measure we couldnt decide where to put the pads and I decided to wear my old suit ji I heard a fellow say that Bob Re Bards had a close shave a few nights go Ill bet a hundred dollars it wasnt lone with a safety razor Qinghayee ese two n trying to catch me than anybody I know of I would suggest to Mr Catlett that he try to run em down with his bloodhounds I heard Mr Mac Grundy tell a fellow afcwdays ago that he hadnt quit made up his mind whether he wou be an old bachelor or not 1 think its about time he was finding out about the matter Time and tide wait for no mar and its not often a pretty girl will wait very long aI heard a fellow say a few days ago that love was the greatest thing the world I told him he was a liar that it was either Teddy Roosevelt VmJ Bryan or Harry Thaw I saw a mule kick a mcrgeron the hiem s I like roses and lilies you bet and all the flowers that grow but gee Moses how stale they would get atwe never had a snow cuyears now you will be better off than the man who made nothing but money owLn brogead es am ever disturbed are when some of these bad boys in Springfield try to throw pepper into my eyes seldom become unhappy the stars are m nightsongstayleast bit blue I look up to the stars and letterssers wimuissic my in the tree Theitmany Peo P l Unrest or discontent is the mother much evil The Owl does not believe exhemelofY contented that is rdo not believe hat a man should be contented to thej ex tentthat his ambition will be dwarfed Contentment of that nature is laziness anlaziness is more dangerous tha discontent But I assert that a manslean be contented and at the same time ever show the white feather in the battle of life All men and women should contented to strive to make the wo betterto better their own conditi I believe every man and every wonia it matters not whether they reside huts or mansions are contented if th are endeavoring to make the world better They may be toilingbattling as it were with many adversities fairly wrestling with drudgery but at thelow Happinanessface ne structure falls when the foundati gives way Contentment is destroy Letdy ok into the smiling eyes of a innocent child and see a little of heaven whistle Yanks Doodle and Dixie Land throwI your hatup in the air and jolt yours elf until you feel like your gizzard flopped over fidiscussiward last Saturday night They are undecid id about which route to take Mr Gyes wants to go via Mackville while Mr Hagan thinks it will be bestI to go via Lebanon Hags Noe dealers in Reminis ences and cold weather stories are of fering 50c each for good ones IcWhile in the Willisburg section one In night lai it week 1 made a dis over Iheardeculiar substance in thQ air a Will burg which prevents wrinkles ormi analizedithe air which as brought to him in the lungs of a itten and tHat he said it was what is called wrinklebusterup air It is thou ht that this solves the mystery as to why Willisburg has no old maids Of course they get old but dont show it In all probability a sanitarium will be erected there for the purpose of area ing wrinkles I heard Bob Noe Dick Mullican and Will Selecrhan alking a few nights ago about going a I lack berry hunting next summer down on the Beech They said they would take a sein with them I followed a young man home a few nights ago Ji st before he reached his front gate he topped and commenced to talk to hims If He started the con versation by s lying Im hot stuff Im the genuin article Im pure gold Im handsome and I dont see why I dont stand a gOdchance to beat Bill s times I recently received another threatening letter I sent the letter to a hand writing expert and on last Monday received a communication from him stat ing that the writing is that of an old maid He gathers this from the pecu liar curlyculesj claiming that of curlyIdt that they have practiced curlmaking for so long tat it is second natur with them I am a little uneasy an have employed a bodyguard FARM NOTES rif friB VM PiTT It hash I l bC trwad that tl alHl nic u i ll latti flY co vss test tflutr dual not comer tt Benefit upon tin farmers that wn suppose anil tended that it should wing to the r strlcUons of the in t rna revenue raws which practically give a monoinly to the large distil cries In prod icing the denatured al lansboroughana e mcut to give farmers ifthe full benefit of the law Write to your congressman to support it A new treat hog cholera In In linJfor frorathe blood of iiumuu rather than as at present Infected with the cholera Only 20 per cent of the hogs fr91t treated have died As the loss cholera amount- to over annually in this country a satisfactory remedy Is the utmost lot sliest to farmers tVhil this method hik been patented by Dr M Dorset oft bureau of animal In dustry It has eel thrown open the free use o the farmers of the United StltesI pryo Thhes which held the Strips in place there sult being that t ie thin wooden covers arped outward thus allowing the mice to get In IThen the which had b to bamrean excellent held for the rodents winterofan n dant store here was a habita tion such satisfy any reasonable mouse ofrOd several trees wer served In the creature were given cr for knowing what- the were about Smearing the strip with coal tar alter the tie has been made ought t put an end to tills kind of mischief beIn setting outj treys the fo11owin ridmethod will goad results iviuKe dtatnonse ans ridinsubsofeYjured roots from the trees to be se and freshen the ends of the sound roots with a slanting cut from upwards that the fresh su will rest on the soil When the roots are In the Ir natural position se hoonaround the roots takemen e shovel and working It between the roots with the fingers shaking the tree meanwhile to get tho earth in every crevice between the ootsIWhen the Too s are fairly coveredI hastramp firmly hen fill In with the poorer or sub Ml tramping It firmIas It is put In dace The tree when deepsthanr rmed earth sh uld be banked aroundI tree to shad water About a third of the tcp should be cut tak- Ing out weak aid unsuccessful limbs shortening In tie good ones so as to balance tho to with the roots that Novo bflen cut nwnv Do Not Neglect a dud Cold Never allow a cold to take its course Too often at thin season of the year if s is toward pneumonia Chambc e Cough Re icily will promptly cur your cold and co Interact any tendency t direction There is nothing bet troubleYs Grass unrig 1 RkZ 8 e e e1 lele ee el eel I I- BARG IB IIESTATE goodbarn15 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good schoolhouseNo 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 timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and b rns wellwatered one half mile from school house and church Good land Priceper acre 15 timbertwoNo 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfeldon good pike one 7 inblueNo 181174 acres 10 miles from Springrt W one good six room schooldland 6jods stone fence Price 32 roomdwellmg ofeicehousedweIlingtwotmbjr plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre inSpringfield milesfrolicNo 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 milefromof water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 bottomNo 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling barnoyear fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year dweUingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 mieeof good tobacco land well fenced Price 30Ier iacre easy payments No 30115 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six housesprice 4500 per acre goodefine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 r onto33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from finestockpaintedncountyc wellfencedty for a home Cheap rNo 35 = 225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will PlentyofNo 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water over house Oi e of best neighborhoods in town 3000 pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre barnholds71milesacreNo 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and finewellNo 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles thisyear teiiIlazedtacre easy payment Springfieldrwatered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre offineland good fence price 3750 per acre dwellingsetobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 No 49A farm containing 254 acres eight miles from Spring field on good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre barn locustpostsNo 602 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 locustttmiles from a depot 50 per acre No 51 =162 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike In countywasteland roodtrestInNo b3A good investment in city property on Main street No 54rTown Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues No b5200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass sit bestfarmseLake Springfield t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1907 i 1 p l I 1 I Want Anqtherr y t ftJ r I F C f r1odF Chicken- nt 9 f They Must be Delivered by Friday at Noon a 1I I L I have for sale yearly completeda new residence on south side Virginia Avenue The house is built of the best material solid foundation arid contains irrooihsi t and front and back porches Lot 60 feet running back 219 feet to alley A very desirable home Virginia Avenue promises soon to be one of the best residence streets in Springfield If you are looking for something good for the money I have it i It j i t ay It tIIt OF k Twelfth Annual Meeting of Blue Grass Graded School Tournament to Be Held In Springfield May 293031 NoteThe prizes which will be announced in a sHort time will be in keeping with those of former years rDeclamatory Department 1 Declamation Female Junior SeniorI2 DeclamationMale Junior Se nioriunder fourteen eligible for Junior contest Music Department 3 Vocal Solo +Female 4 Vocal SolofM le 6 Vocal Duet be male female or mixed 6 Vocal QuartetSame as Duet 7 Chorus To be composed of not more than 20 voices Only one selection shall be render ed and o encores will be per mitted in music Grammar School Department 8 Oral Spelling For pupils under 12 years of rig- eCalculationFor9 Rapid pupils un der 12 years of age Calculation sha l be made with integers and sljall consist of addition subtraction multiplication and division 10 Reading For pupils under 12 years of iage Selections shall be such as may bje found in the ordinary third and fourth read ers 11 Written SpellingThisp contest shall consist of 50 or more words such as may be found in the spellers fn common use but they must not all be taken from the same Speller 12 Mental and Practical Arithmetic For pupils under 15 years of age Problems shall be such as are found in the textbooks tiin common use in Grammar schools THE FOLLOWING ARE THE PRICES+ HENS I 9 CentsYOUNG ROOSTERS 5OLD 3TURKEYS 8 i REMEMBER THAT I PAY YOU CASH House and Lotistone front fewBlackr I LIST CONTESTS i ROOSTERS 13 Kentucky History 14 United States History 15 English Grammer 16 Civil Government 17 Geography Contests 13 1415 16 and 17 will consist ot a series of questions thanwill be calculated to test the knowledge of the pupils but Tall the questions shall not be taken from the same author In these as in all other branches the aim will be to make the questions general in character 18 Composition and Letter Writing Each pupil will be required to write a short composition and a letter 1 f High School Department 19 Elementary Algebra This contest shall be limited to pupils who Have not had more than one years work in Algebra 20 Higher Algebra No pupil is ehgi bleto thts contest who has had more than two years work in Higher Algebra 21 Contest in Higher Arithmetic Problems shall be similar to those used by the State Board in examinations for State Certificates and Diplomas 22 Plain Geometry No Ipupil is eligi ble to this contest who has had more than one years work in Geometry 23 Plane Trigonometry Conditions sam as in Geometry 24 Beginning Latin No pupil ps eligi ble Ito enter who has read any othc r than the Beginners Latin Boo 25 CaesavFrom twenty to thirty lines shall be given from the first three books and no pupil who has hadmore than one years work in reading standaid Latin authors chall be eligible 26 CicerOExamination shall consist of translations from the first three orations against Cataline with exercises in construction 27 Virgil Examinations shall consist of translations from the first three books of the Aeneid with exercises in construction arid scanning 28 English CompositionThree sub jects shall be annouuced and thirty minutes given to write on anyone of them 29 Physical Geography 30 English Literature 31 English History The questions on 20 30 and 31 shall be such as are found in the standard text books and shall be general in character Unclassified List Spe11ingIgrades and ages and each school may enter three contestants The words shall be taken from books in general use and several different spellers shall be used 33 Penmanship 34 Drawing 35 Physiology Contests 33 34 and 35 are open to all grades Athletics 36 Fifty Yard DashFor boys under fifteen years of age 37 One Hundred Yard Dash 38 Standing Jump 39 BroadJump 40 Running High Jump 411 Putting Twelvepound Shot 42 Throwing Hammer 43 Base Ball Game The contending teams of the League will vie with each other for the championship of the Blue Grass Graded School Tournament now held by Mt Ster ling Any of the foregoing contests shall be valid when contestants enter from not fewer than three schools RULES GOVERNING BLUE GRASS TOURNA MENT 1 Only bonafide students can enter 2 No pupil who enters school later than the beginning of the second term of the school year shall be considered a bonafide student 3 All judges shall be disinterested competent and subject to the approval of the committee 4 Judges shall fix limitations of contestsI of be permitted to enter contests be ow their fegular grades 6 Judges in Music and Elocution shall be professional 7 Not more than one pupil from any school shall enter a contest except in Public Oral contest in spelling in which three pupils from each school may enter 8 Entries shall close May 1st 9 Within a week after entries close a list of entries shall be sent to each Principal or Superintendent 10 All winners iof first prizes jin- former contestsareldebarred choruses 11 No pupil can enter more than three contests in Common or High School branches 12 In all contests contestants must be selected from those who have received no drills except such as they may have received in the regular class work in the schoolroom This is intended to prevent special coaching for contests but does jnot apply to Music or conteStants will be entertained by the citizens of Springfield Special rates will be givenbt all railroadsFor information address GEORGE CQLVIN Springfield ky A flint to Trayelhrs While in Suffolk Va Henry Croll Jr proprietor of the Beaverton Mich Hardware Co was taken very sick with bowel trouble A traveling sales man from Saginaw Mich advised him to get a bottle Chamberlrina Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which he did It soon cured me and I take pleasure in reccom e ding it he says 0 should Ieav hofneon n journey without a bottle of this remedy is almost sure to be needed and is not obtainable while ons camship3or cars Sold by every reliable dealer iq the Blue Grass No Irishman There Is a bust of Hugh OBrien a former mayor of Boston In the corridor of the Boston ubllc library and one of John Boyle OReilly in the newspaper room Tire other day a man approached one of the clerks in the newspaper room saying Isnt there a bust of anybpdy except Irishmen in the building Certainly replied tho clerk There le a bust of roomandlxewasnt 4 The Sun and Daily Herald 2 GOOD ADVICE From a Tobacco Grower of Mercer County Mr A Go Kyle Chairman Board of Controlof Mercer county makes the following appeal through the Harrods burg Herald to the farmers oi Mercer County I take this method of calling the attention of the growers to a tew points of vital importance to the sue cess of our pool The buyers of tobac co are claiming that with the present crop pooled they can still control the price by utilizing the surplus on hand until another crop is grown Such statements as this we are daily refut ing by meetings like that held on Sat fromIdumpers in old Mercer this year The pooling business in our country is on a firm substantial basis and so far we have had only pleased customers at our warehouse With the sympathy of all classes aifd the substantial aid of dur local moneyed men and national banks we have the greatest reasons for con gratulation and the brightest prospect of success But one thing can ever menace our onward march for as I said before I do not believe we will have any more American Tobacco Co farmers here and that is an abnormal increase in production Fellow grow ers I appeal to you m the name of the American Society of Equity do not Jet your selfish greed for quick money step in and defeat us at the very threshold of success As surely as there is a Creator just so surely will the go down in defeat if we increase our production of tobacco to abnormal proportions Let us all like men determine to so control the acreage that production will at least remain stationary I feel confident that Kentuckians can be trusted in this matter Every reason whether it bethe more sordid one of dollars or the higher ones of patriotism and love of theOld Kentucky Home appeals to us to preyent an overproduction I beg of you do not increase your acreage rather decrease it and in so doing Ipromise you greater returns and the absolute success of the pool Let us not leaye this to the other fellow Lstus not say iiI will increase my butk1rPaand for the good A the cry of the trust of overproduc tion For my part I will start the next tobacco year with the promise to you all to cut my cnop from 28 to 18 acres Lost and Found Lost between 930 Pm yester la 1iand noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick Headache This loss HaYdonRobertsons ft guaranteedcuredice 25c 1GlalsBandages Now A novel dressing for wounds in the form of plain window glass has been devised An antiseptic preparation is smeared on a piece of glass which is applied as a covering for the wound The merit of this new method lies in the possibility of exnintuiar the wound without removing T Ilia dressing It Teiievet pint promotes healing and IB economical Keep aI NerveItthe organs of your body The i the nerve iatcellscord and from this battery nerve force is sent out through the of new s To keep the body healthy you must have plenty of nerve force if you have not the rgans work imperfectly the c reflation is sluggish digestion bad appetite poor kidneys inactive and aches pains and miseryare the penalty You can keep the system strong with Dr Mites Nervine It assists in generating nerve energy it strengthens the nerves and make the hqte system strong and vigorous 1 take pleasure in ncommelldt1C- Dr Mlles to those Buff nllC from nervous prostratlonluolH1I and months suffering from above dlai M I tried this medicine ad found lauae diate relief It soothes and streacth ens the nerves chases ararvUMgloomy and depressing bts sag- gives the sufferer renewed streakand hope It Is a superb nerve restorer JUDGH JACMO 8ETMAIIM Wtece Dr MIM HMrt Cwr M MIIi w your dpi gist who wIHfiirant the first iMHtoMHMMiMm Ifk tills he will ntundYOW a Pike Medial Co klkhart tMN r JIi t 1 rr 1i THE SPRINGFJELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 6r 1907 GFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR la Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher itered at the ppstoffice at Springfield for transmission the mails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I 5100MonthsThree Months 25 I Win writing to have your address changed always give postbffice to which your paper lng as well as the postofflce to whl you visa it gent friends In Heaven A brownhaired blueeyed wee onejplayClimbed me wayHaveheaven That you sometimes want to see Can questionthrilled Like a minor melody twilightWith babyWhose three She went from my arms to heaven agoAndsorrow That only mothers know- I thought how the babys fatherjGrew lonesome and longed to hold Oncemore on his breast our baby With hair of sunset gold And one summer eve he left me To search for our babe of three And I know full well he found her But he never came back to me- Do I ever want to see them Oh child of the violet eyes My heart has gone on before me To the hills of Paradise Some day I shall feel their kisses Drop balm on my heart Mine only and mine forever Though earth and Heaven apart Eben E Rexford + tHRill SCHOOL NOTES z fit + +Things have been a little quiet in school circles this week for the regular quarterly examinations have been mI progress and as usual theyhave a quiet ing effect on the spirits of the students This is the last examination before the final one in May and that one will be compensated at least in part by the fact that beyond them there will be waiting three months of vacation Miss Annie McElroy started to school again Monday as her parents have moved to town She was welcomed back by her many classmates that have missed her for the past two months The editor is pained to relate that the young ladies baseball team which we chronicled in such an auspicious manner in our last number has passed to its reward Or to use a more eu phemistic phrase it hs disbanded We might have known that such would be the case for the club was too good to last It seems that some of the young ladies have lost their nerve and that they have declared that they will riot play in the game Lebanonk Should we ever stoop so as use slang we might say that all the candi dates for captain mentioned in our last number turned yellow when they saw the accout in the paper Any attempt to settle the matter and to get the club to working peacably together seems futile The primary for the Tournament will be held Friday in the school building A number of the students will contest t and itwill be the attempt to get the best speakers in the school to repre sent ua in the final that will be held the last week in May Preparations are forward on the final tournament The tentative listof c is IS being mailed to all the princip is this week Most of our boys are getting very anxious for spring to open up sp that they can begin practice oh the baseball diamond The ambition jf our school in this line is to get up a team that will win over the other schools at the tour nament If good material is what it takes we should have a good chance to win out IThe other day an examination was being held in English History and the nlijdct under discussion wu King JUfr AiOh one paper was found the bJ 1 tI5 following statement King Alfred was born in 849 and began to loose his power in 1127 We were disappointed that the date of the death of this great king was not given forwe were interested to know if man does not begin to lose hipowerJill heJs two hundred and seventy years old when he would die We also regret as we feelsure all our readers do the frailty of the modern race compared with the men of the time of the good Saxon King And a seventh grade pupil says that the Americans lost 25000 men at Gettysburg and the OTHER side about as many CHILD BURNED Falls Into An Open GrateOther News From Deep reek One day last week Reid the bright little son of Mr and Mrs W B Carpenter while playing in the house climbed into a rocking chair to reach something on the mantle and in some manner the childs foot slipped throw inghim into the open fire grate burn ing the childs forehead and one of its hands Fortunately the mother being in the room with the child reached him in time to prevent severe burning and probably death The child is now doing nicely and will recover in a few days After quite along absence from the columns of your paper this little vicinity wHl once more show up some of the beat items its correspondent can get up Ye correspondent has been brightened up all the wintery days by the rays of your valuable papernot a week would she do without it- The saddest news we have learned since the last issue from this vicinity was the death of Mrs James Isham one of Jensoritons most lovable and respected women Since the organization otthe A S of E here all of its members pave devoted provedveryMessrs John H and William G Elliott were the guests of their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Woodford Grayes Sunday Mr and Mrs James Drury of Mack ville were called last Tuesday to the bedside of their little grandson Robert Best who has been very ill for the past week but is now recovering Mr Oscar Drury arid wife of Dan ville were guests of the formers par ents Mr and Mrs James Drury last WednesdayMr Shoemaker oi Beachland was in our midst on business the latter part of last week Miss Maggie Lawrence of Mackville who has been the guest of Mrs Elvin Perkins was the guest of Mrs W B Carpenter one day last week Mr Oscar Bottom wife and child visited the formers parents Mr and Mrs John Mr Re undaynAlliaton visi ted his brother James Bottom Sun day Mr and Mrs J H C Elliott and daughter Mattie were guests at the home of t ieir daughter t rs W B Carpenter Sunday Mr Henry Young of near Enido was the guest of Mr J H Elliott Sun day Mr W H Elliott killed two red foxes one day last week This makes forty four of these cunning annimals Mr El liott has killed In the last ten years MrJB C Elhptt who has been a home fora fewtiayajhas returned to St Catherines to Frightful Condition zebethtownNews It cannot be remembered when there was so much sickness and so manyj deaths in Hardin county Hundreds of people are ill with the grippe while every other per son you meet is suffering with a bad cold There are many cases of pneu monia and typhoid fever while the children in some sections are either affected with measles or diphtheria Todays News reports sixteen deaths In the county and many more are lying at the point of death There has been over fprty deaths reported in our esvs colums since the first of January and it seems to get worse the death rate constantly increasing from week to week The grippe in many places is i a very virulent form and when old people are attacked with it a very small per cent recover The fatalities are not confined to any one section but prevail in all parts of the county As we go to press there are ten peo ple who are so dangerously ill that their recovery is doubtful This condition of affairs is truety alarming and distress ling and have fair skies and bracing atmosphere there will be no abatement of ilmessand deaths Circuit Court Circuit court has not been in session since last Friday Curt will meet again Friday of this week when a few minor cases will probably be disposed jurybear Pay Day Hi I have had a lot of pleasure in this good old world of ours And the path Im daily treading blooms with never fading flowers Happy laughter of my children greets my ears with music sweet comingdownBut a day of days I cherish as the long week saunters by Looking forward gay and happy with eyeAnd is finished how my heart with hums When I face the cashiers window and the Pay ChecktComes I Heres a pair of shoes for baby and a dress for Dorothy Heres a coat for laughing Rena that will make her dance to see Heresthe fuel that will warm them when theblasts of winter shriek Heres a bunch of joy and comfort that will last another week And my heart is light and happy as I dayWhile of happy children shed a brigh light on my way And my weary steps grow lighter and my heart with rapture drums When I face the cashiers window and the Pay CheckConies Just a tinted bit of paper butit holds joyHome without measure happiness without alloy Hour by hour I toil with pleasure for I know the moments count Beat by beat each stroke is adding to my honest weeks account Every moment adds a pleasure to the loved ones in the nest While the thought nerves me to labor with a never failing zest Tis for wife and babesGod bless rapturehumsWhen I face the cashiers window and the PayCheck Comes Will M Maupin in Bryants Commoner MOORESVILLE Born since our last to the wife of Mr Lee Godby of MonmoUth Illinois an eightpound girl Mrs Gotlby was formerly Miss Lelia Wall of this place Miss Maggie Smith spent last veek with her sister Mrs Ella Pile at Christine child of Mr and Mrs H R Eddleman is very ill of pneumonia Miss Nannie Green is also quite ill of the same disease Mrs Nora Boblet of Louisville vis ited her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Pile last Sunday and Monday and returned home Tuesday Ora Carney is visiting her brother at Fairfield Mrs Kimberlin was called hereby the illness of her little grandson William C Eddleman- W 0 Ellis is authorized to take subscriptions for The Sun and also to collect any money due forsubscrip tops Our A S of E is making a vigorous effort to get all the tobacco in ihis vicinity pooled We hope they will succeedMr Mrs James Cull attended the wedding of their granddaughter Miss Donivan at Wakefield Miss Mollie Hines has returned home after a two weeks visit to Mrs Pres ton Moore Mr Elmer Donivan of Wakefield is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs James Cull MrsJohn Janes of Litsey visited Mrs Emmett Settle last Monday babytFrank Janes of Litsey visited Mr Will Moore and family last Sunday Mr Robert Sweeney and family of Chaplin visited his parents Mr anjl Mrs T D Sweeney last Monday HILLSBOfcO Mrs Nan Scott spent last Thursda with Mrs J M Montgomery Mr C M Keeling wife and son Ruel spent Saturday and Sunday with the latters parents near Fairview Mrs J M Shields and daughter Sarah spent one day last week in Willisburg Mr Sammie Cooke and sister spent Saturday i ight and Sunday in this vi cinityMr Solo ion Kayes and family spent Sunday with friends near Hardestys school hou e IMr Otia Harmon and wife spent Sun day with friends slid relatives near aud and Eva Innman were guests of tl te Misses Montgomery lust TuesdayJohn strong and J M Montgom ery attended the sale of Cole Cheat ham last day Mr Bow lan Noel visited several days last week vith friends and relatives near Brook ville Mr Bose Litsey who njel with a very painful accident last Wednesday ij getting along Very well at this writ ingWe were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs Emma Coulter who died last we k She was a good woman and was much loved The Sun r jIJ r r I Something About hpes I I IT wHEWith the HANAN SHOE there is no hurt it is made with the foot as a pai made so skillfully that style and comfort are united made so well that its g ernI shape is retained until the end The little more you pay is but a contribution to comfort Iwear and good taste We Shoes for women as well as for men haves and blt i II i l h II WALK OVER SHOES 35O 4 45O 5 1 I Tailor = Made Clothing I i The Robertson Clay rooke Co HAPPY HOLLOW V Mrs J M Shields and daughter Miss Sarah visited her sister Mrs Johnnie Jenkins of near Willisburg Tuesday Mr gnd Mrs John Armstrong were the guests ot Mrs Tom Brown of Fair View Tuesday and Wednesday Born to the wi a of Mr Jim Oder a fine girl to the wife of Jack Sharp a boy and to the wife x f Richard Sut ton tx girl Several rrom this place attended the funeral of Mrs Jim Isham at Rock Bridge last Wednesday- Mr George Dean of Harrodsburg visited his sister Mrs Sam Montgomery Sunday and Monday Mr Erastus Perkins spent Saturday night with Mr Creth Dean of Fen wickMr and Mrs M C Keeling spent Saturday and Sunday with her father at Fair View Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong spent Sunday with Miss Sarah Shields Mr Johnnie Kays spent Sanday with his Willisburg aunt Mrs Merritt Hungate of MrT M Shields sold a horse to Mr Will Thompson for 125 Misses Jessie Noel Annie and Mattie Crook spent Monday with Mrs J H Settles of Hillsboro Laura Scruggs spent Wednesday with her sister Mrs Ed Montgomery at Brdoksvillti Mrs Martha Armstrong spent Sun- daywith Mrs Tom Baker andfamily Misses Sue and Bertha dgerton at tended meeting at Pleasant Grove Sundays Miss Hallie and Lillie Keeling spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Malbe Shields Mr Join Armstrong and daughter Myrtle visited his sister Mrs Edd Jenkins at Tatham Springs- SYCAMORE VALLEY W C Cammack of Sparrow visited his daughter from Monday till Wednda doy J S Thomas visited his brother Will Thomas Sunday Maud and Eva Inman spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland Mr and Mrs E T Mitchell of An tioch were the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland Sunday night and Monday Miss Zelma Mcllyoy lids entered We are agents for M Brown Co tailorsthe tailors who GUARANTEE FITS Our Spring and Summer Styles are varied and the samples from which to select are the prettiest we haye ever seen We have one Y2 r and quarter cuts from which to select your suit LARGE SHIPMENTS OF THE BEST NEWEST AND MOST STYLISH READYMADE CLOTHING FOR SPRING ARE NOW BEING RECEIVED school at Fenwick Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland were called to Wayside last week by the ill ness of Mr Sutherlands uncle Mr Alfred Best W C Dudgeon and T W Sutherland were in town Monday on business Bonnie Noel and sister Jessie spent Sunday afternoon with the Misses Montgomery Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland will leaye Friday for an extended visit at Buffalo Ky Mr and Mrs Otis Harmon spent Saturday with the latters parents at Mackville Johnnie Settles spent Sunday with B P Prather Mrs J H Settles is some better at this writing- M C Keeling and family spent from Friday till Sunday with Mr Thomas Brown Mrs J S Inman and F M Shew maker were called to Harrodsburg Monday by the illness of Mr Ormsby ShewmakerMrs Coulter is worse at this writing Sickness and Deaths in Hardin County- Elizabethtown News The News has- very straight and reliable information which has leaked from Frankfort that the County Unit Law in all of its pro visions will be sustained by the Court of Appeals in an opinion which will be rendered in the several cases before it involving all of the points Our inform ation is to the effect that four of the six judges haye agreed on this and that it is thought that the other two will finally concur with their associates although at present they are not fully satisfied with the constitutionality of the measure at all points The decision is held up on account of Judge ORear being in Florida on account of his health He will return in about two weeks when the opinion will be handed down There have been quite a number of lawyers who have taken the position that the law is unconstitutional and as there will be about twentyfive coun r ties affected by the decision it will be a matter of great importance 1 = w I WANT= I l + I am constantly in the market for butcher cattle Let me make you an offer when you have any for sale t I also want to buy Sows and Pigs and occasionally some good Butcher Sheep +t Lh Veal Calvesi Wanted lat all Times fit Notify me by letter or telephone and if possible T 4f will come and look at the stock GILBERT CARPENTER i 111IIiI 4 also want to buy a lot of secondclass horses The must be fat and inggood condition i i + + YI t 1 4 w j I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1901f 1t5 MoneySaving Pies r During the next Thirty Days we will quote to the trade ACTUAL OUST PRICES on the following goodsf I Comforts Blan ets Buggy Robes Odds and Ends in winter Suits and Pants Overcoats Felt Boots Childrens Cloaks Ladies Furs and all winter goods Positively these goods will be sold atcost but will not be charged You must pay the Cash We lean not 1name all of the articles which will be offered at cost prices When you come to the Store ask us to show you the goods which we are going to sell at lost You will find some nice bargains ComIfosee us Grund KymTITT Dr J1 M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office In Hajron Block np stairs Local News Notes l NOTICE Owing to bad weather the skating rink will pe open on Friday nights only during March Mr P MJ Howard of Lebanon Rt 3 sold two Duroc Jersey sows last week for 30 each They were year oldsWANTEDFirst class tenant to raise corn and tobacco Write or telephone at once f THOS J MILLER Willisburg Ky Creamery butter fnilk will be deliver ed to you at your home in Springfield at lOc per gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrot or the creamery OFFICE HOURSDr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 a in from 1 to 2 p m He can from now pnbe found in his office during these hours Ifyou have trunks household goods or other articles to be transfered you will save time money and worry by calling on the Springfield Transfer Company Depot phone 22 J L ALLEN Prop FARMS FOR SAts Write W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want r FOR RENT Ten acrsof land for corn and four for tobacco Good dwell ing house outbuildings and barns Or chard and garden Located on Springfield and PerryviUe pike near Bethl- hem church f C L BRADY Springfield Ky Pictures and picture frames at reduced prices E A Cox FOR RENT Richard Riley Spring field has for rent in Springfield blacksmith shop and tools aI SERIOUSLY HURTMr A L Litse 3 while returning home from Springfield one day last weekwas thrown from nlHeStrayedOn last Friday a 200ponndI Poland China sow strayed farm of W E Selecman and whenlast seen was passing through Springfield going toward Sam Derringers from whom she was bought Information n appreciated W E SELECMAN PROTRACTED ME TINGEldoW J Cocke Statel Evangelist for the Christian as announced in the last Issueof The Sun began a series of meetings at the Christian church last Sunday Mr Cocke is a fluent speaks and an excellent reasoner and his sermons are interesting and instructive LOCUST GROVE B B Leachman and Sterling Thomson attended sale of S B Thdmpson at Lebanon Saturday As Mr AVL Litsey rind son Charlie wore returning from pringfield one esJcapedribs broken He is doing nicely at present Mr James Coulter was called to the bedside of his wife at Lebanon who is not expected to live buts few days Born to the wife of Sterling Thompson a fine girl Mrs Emma Baker and daughter Miss Bertha spent Wednesday with Mrs Julin Leachman Thomas Reed of Willisburg arid Mr and Mrs James Claybrooke o f Springfield were guests of Bose Litse y Sunday Emmett Reed is on the sick list Miss sUe Edgerton has returned d home from a weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Lill Janes at Valley Hill J S Leachman bought eight shoats 26eRobert Thompson bought a mule from Edd Birch for 115 TEXAS G W Mumphy and little son Clifton were in Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday of fast week visiting friends and buying goods Mrs Will Peterson is on the sick list this week We hope she will soon be out again Born to the wife ot Arvin Arnold on the 22nd a jboy On account of the inclemency of the toJA meeting of the A S of E was held at Texas on last Friday night Leslie Pujdom and wife spent Friday night with the formers parents at this place Mrs M E Draine spent Wednesday of last week with the family of Rev J W Campbell Herman H Purdom of Springfield parentslQuiteSaturday to attend an auction sale of goods at thestore of Fleece Purdom Fleece haying decided to quit that business and try We wish him farmingKimberlin visited her sisterl1r Arnold Friday nightNMrs G W Cocanougher and daught er spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs GW Murphy Mrs G N Campbell and little son Georgia visited her sister Mrs Herm an Hays Friday of last week Rev R L Purdom filled his appoint ment at Bethleham Sunday Miss Lena Gibbs has returned home from Louisville after several weeks visit to herbrot erIMrs Hubert n visiting her parents for several weeks will return to her home near Penick in a few days I Miss Corinne Leachman and Miss Selma Plefeidererhave returned to their nome in Louisville after a pleasant visit at the home of Mrs J M Beggly Mrs Mary E Dorsey is visiting in Boyle county Mrs Gibbs has been on the sick list for several days Some of our young people attendedIprayer meeting at the home Nancy Cocanougher on Wednesday night of last week 0808080808080808080808080 l 0- o 8 Personal Notes o 8 0- o Visitors In ancTOut of TownA 0 Round Up oftheWeeks- Personalo News 8 8 P 10808080808080808080800808 IMr G C Wharton was in Peipry and Tuesday on business Illis Rosa Adams who has been in Louisville for several months is yisit ing her mother at Fenwick = Willette camPbells1vI11e Miss Jennie Gokendolpher of Chaplin is visiting her sister Mrs W F Grigsby Rev Miles Sunder of Shepherd ville was here Tuesday Mr W F Grigsby was in Fairfi businessiW J Lyle of Lebanon spent IMrs with Mrs Will McElroy Mr Wallace Duncan was at home a few days this week Miss Flaget Simms who attends forIfew Ida Cox has returned home IMiss IllinoisJ several months visit to rela j Miss Ory is at home from for a few days ncaumontcollere ce is the guest of friends and relatives in Bardstown this week =Miss Ada Wigg flgton returned to her home in Bloom eld Monday after a visit to Mrs CPIells Miss Zula NaIl is spending this week in Bardstown IMrs William Bush is visiting Mrs Bush of BloOmfield Miss Eddie Shader has returned home after a Weeks stay with relatives in Louisville Mr R H Edelen of Bard town was here Saturday on business 1Mrs J H Lampton has returned daughterI Father Pieters of Fredericktown was here yesterday Mrs Edd Kelly of Louisville is visiting Tier brother near town Mr and Mrs Bert Hardm left last week for Louisville where they w11I reside Mr Hardin having procured a position Messrs Haldeen and Albert Camp bell of Indianapolis are here to spend a few days with their parents Miss Nell Greene spent Sunday with her brother in Bardstown Mr Jim Hughes of Bloomfield spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr W W Ray rDr Earnest Grume of Frederick town was here Monday Mrs Ben F Simms was in Louis ville Sunday Mr C P Wells was m Louisville Friday on business IMr Teddy Wells has returned home after a weeks stay in Taylors yule = Mr Ben Simms was Bardstown Tuesday Miss Martha Riedel of Taylors ville is visiting Mr and Mrs J W Riedel aMr HM ONan was in Bloom field Miss Ella Shaunty of Fredericks town was here Saturday Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke have returned from a visit to their daughter Mrs John Offutt of Bloom field Miss Stella Simms has returned home after a few days stay in Louis villa Mrs T D Wells of Lebanon spent Thursday with friends here Mr A R Shultz was in Bardstown Friday on business Miss Lydia McElroy left Saturday for Pikeville Ky where she has accepted a position as bookkeeper an stenographer Mr Hubert Claybrooke of Scotts boro Ala is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke of near town Judge I H Thurman was in Cyn thiana this week on business Mr W L Hillaxd of the Texas neighborhood was in Owen county last week on a visit to his father MrJ W Hillard Mr Hillartf informs The Sun that the farmers in Owen county are very much interested lathe tobao co movement and that all oi tthefarmers and business men of thatcpun t ty are pulling together and areyeryvv enthusiastic Eloped Mr Gilbert Carpenter and Miss Ser tha Tong eloped from this place last night boarding a tram at Lebanon for Louisville where it is presumed they were married She is a daughterbf Mr and Mrs J A Tong and is an un1 usually pretty young woman Mr Car penter is a wellknown stock trader and was recently engaged in the butcher business in Springfield I J Spring Announcement I will soon begin receiving my spring stock of millinery and in advance of its arrival I want to extend an invitationr to the fudies of Springfield ington bounty to visit my millinery parlors 1 HAVE A FEW HATS WHICH I AM SELLING BELOW COSYy Remember f indNational Bank and next door to W T LeachmanV Gents Furnishing Store Miss Willie Knoit r 11 7 + + l I 1Monthi We are now one montli behind witK our orders but will soon catch up having employed somje1 expert workmen of Lou j t Jf isville who will be here this week to begin work People are buying the Springfield Harness and are advising their friends to 4 v tbuythats the cause of ours rush We turn out nothing but the best There are nbrips arid breaks in our make of liarxt l srltri ness They Tare made of the best materialand by the bust workmen VVj p A- WeI Are Still iDoitig all Rii d of Repair worK at Reasonable PricesW- edo not sell at retail but vou can find our harness on sale at nearly all the general stores in Washington county When t tc1 hI Vou want a set asld for the homemade and dont take any other kind The home made are the best and are guaranteedL Jf oJt f We have employed an expert shoemaker of Louisville and will make shoes to order Repairing in this departmant a r reasonable ritestf BLUE GRASS MANUFACTURING CQ SPRINGFIELD KJitit 4a r ttit ittlt +M + + t ++ tttr t l i s 6c f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1907 HOW IT HAPPENED tJis delicajessen store man had lid jut the ilttle cakes In the window if never wOuld have happened m all probability From another point of yiewiit was probably ordained froTti locktemptr40 minutes star Marjorie TIaskeli should walk by that with Fluff her pet Skye terrier gracing on ahead TO tglufE seeing raks that remind er him of thosehe g4at homo had lingered standing ODI his hind legs hat he might the better Investigate h1a nose wrinkled sensitively the young woman was not aware until she beard the canine shrieks for help yaps of anger and the general turmoil attending a healthy dogfight Plyjnt back with fur boa streaming in fcbe wind Marjorie reached Ute scene Of combat In time to add her screams to the general confusion Above the whirlwind of scrambling t dogs a figure was bent hauling at the collar of big dog red In the face and prolific as to language When the lively tableau resolved into Its component parts a tall young man hold ing the struggling and fierce jawed bulldog by the neck faced a young woman crouched on the walk with a shivering whimpering Skye terrier In her arms Fury pure and unadulter ated blazed from her eyes Tm so sorry the man was stam mering I never knewi Jupiter to act like thisthe most goqd natured He doesnt act the part the girl Jikecjected trembling Why anybody should let a great brute of a dog like that run loose hes nearly killed Fluff poor Inoffensive little thing 1 iItm more than sorry the young man reiterated Is fie much hurt Can Ido anything Believe me But his voice trailed into silence as a young woman with her head held Extra high and red Spots on her cheeks swept by carrying the frightened terr rlerMh her arms Orville Tenney stood hanging on to Jupiters straining collar staring after her till passersby recalled him Ifrshe wasnt a stunner mur mused Tenney that night for the tenth i time before he went to sleep and dreamed that he was stabbing legions of bulldogs to the heart to save an im periled maiden Which goes to show that his concern for Fluff had only been relative Three days later at dusk Mr Ten ney who was quite accidentally stroll tug down the same street saw a lit tie silvergray dog race tout of a grocery store And behind him came the gjrl of the black eyes which could look so absolutely murderous Tenney shook himself smartly Of course everything was Irregular but under the circumstances she might well not exactly speakbut maybe she would just nod faintly Tenneys hopes came to an abrupt close When the young woman caught sight of him she swoope l down upon Fluff to raise him out of danger and marched by with Icy countenance And I didnt even have Jupiter within a mile of me Tenney still mused indignantly hours afterward She acted as though I was concentrated dog poison at the least Get out Jupiter Jupiter retreated in surprised sulk iness He could not make out his master these last few days Once Ten ney sat opposite Fluffs owner on the suburban car He wore expression youngwomanthe window with absolute unseeing ness all the way to the city t She acts as though It was all my fault Tenney told himself He was trying to work up aniJnjured feel but did not succeed He had never recovered from the abjectness to which her wrathful invective had reduced him Those fool toy dogs anyway was the height of his achievement In that line He told himself he worried over the affair be cause it was uncomfortable to have any woman righteously angry at one That was all He did not care if he never got on speaking terms with Fluffs owner A glri with such a tem per could not be really attractive even If she were pretty And any how she hated him Once she had turned a corner to avoid meeting him ostentatiously picking up her dog as she did so That ware why at the tub dance wben he had amiably followed young Grimes who promised tp introduce h1m himUpit up at finding himself confronting a vision in pale blue who turned on him a fa miliar pair of black eyes Grimes was murmuring their names as though he did not know that the end of the worldjiad come Orville Tenney drew himself up If she was going to flash scorn in his direction and turn back on hire shed find him really Then be realized that there was not murder in those black eyes now Rather a gleam of humor because Tenney looked as scared as he felt and1th n a big man lOOk frightened ieIijiilways amusing P1I BQ glad to know you Fluffs owner was saying calfnlyJ Run along J Teddy Grimes I have a great dealyto discuss with Mr Tenney I wanIto jaak about bulldogs Amf Tenney drew his first breath of zconteit Sot five weeksCliicagoDaily- eJ n ivirsFIlO WVfARM y tr Old and young sows should be kept separate during the period of gesta lion It is said that 25 per cent of the ventures In squab raising have proved failures Dont forget that Ice water Is no more healthful for the stock than it is for you I A salt and wdter bath will keep the colors In the calico garments from running when ash djEverything s prob able that top dressing is the best method of applying manure Dont plant fruit trees too close Leave room for growth and tor the requisite amount of sunshine Plan the vegetable garden now and make It larger and better than that of last year Your surplus product can be sold v Keep the drinking troughs clean This applies to those used by all classes Tf live stbck even down to the poultry The pair of pigeons that will not hatch at least seven pair a year is hardly profitable land should not be retained in the flock Treat the new tinware to a coat of lard and then thoroughly heat in the oven Thus treated it will not rust when put into water One egg In winter when eggs are up above the 30cent mark is better than two eggs at 15 cents or below in the summer time The shutin treatment on the one hand and the openair treatment on the other are the two extremes which should be avoided in the care of the dairy cow during the winter Ask the farmer yho has made a practical use of theCmanure spreader and he wtllteU you there Is jio machine which has come to the farm which saves so much labor If your corn oats or other grain were not a success last year try a new method of planting this next sea son Now is the time to think ahead and plan the work Try rotation It is good for the soil + Salt makes a spa ndid cleanser after churning Rub the salt round the inside of the churh after Ithas been rinsed with hot water and then rinse again with watery to remove the salt The farmer who trusts to luck for winter eggs generally finds that his luck is unlucky The winter egg getter Is the man who goes after them and feeds and cares for his flock so as to make the hens lay Keep the work horses in condition during the Idle days of winter It is easier and cheaper to do this iby extra care and proper exercise n it Is to bring them up to condition again after they have been to go down on short rations cise anOfed The chief excellence of hive is in the movable frames which are fitted with a groover so that when the hive is opened the frames containing the combs can easily be removed the Combs examined changed in any way the beekeeper pleases and returned quickly There is no doubt that good public roads and trolley lines are important factors in the increased values ot farm lands A Connecticut correspondent of the New England Farm er reports that farms pn or near new trolley lines are advancing In value while farms furthers back are falling In price This isthe experience in many parts of the country Successful Farming says that ten ant farming isnt good for the farm the farmer or the state and there are people who profess to be able topick put the rented farms by merely driv ing along the highways but it must be remembered that there are ten ants and tenants and that the kind of a bargain made between owner and renter often has a good deal to do with what follows The New York Farmer which has been making special investigation in the milk business declares that the presence of bad milk in the cities is not the fault ot dairymen but of the city station where it is handled The conditions in the dairy are on the whole sans factory the milking and shipping be- Ing carefully looked after inobedience to sanitary requirements iIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRiiIIRpIIW a Willisburg Ky Inaugurate j Vtr T A LoPriceSaIeW- e E- o k t have decided to cut prices on revery article in our store Indeed commencing with E this date you will be given an opportunity to buy all kinds of winter goods and many other E T articles at cost This sale witl continue until March I5We must have room for heavy l Tfli fIj from Ii of will Cash want credit will have to the lId prices 1+ ar ii + Miscellaneous A Pair all wooi3ed Blankets 350 I Lap Robes good quality 250 I colors best quality each I line of Bed Comforts at very low prices lOO all be If all to across the in buggy and our way If you want to spend as as 10 it will to come to us even if iyou have to come a ways We will save you enough to well the time lost BRING sa LOSTTWO AND A BRIDE CUpId played one of the meatiest trices over upon Miss Cordelia Ma goon of TixrrhQ worn an Ip a beauty but due Is bereaved infl heartbroken arA her experience ntghtt to bo a to all pretty and misting maidens who turn up theitSnoses in for tho honest in their own neighborhoods and jgo away from seeking ro mango Miss Ma oon once wQn a prize In a cattle roping contest Her picture was printed In the papers and she received a from a in nesota and answered it In time the correspondence reached the point of tenderness The man proposed and was accepted Miss Magoon him fullyt and loved him well that she waR willing to meet him more than hall way agreed to go tQ DesMphion to be married to her northern lover because be said it was difficult for him to get away from his business long enough to make the journey to Tpxatw When Miss Magoon Des Moines she went to tbo hotel but tier lover bad BOt arrived She not She waited until the next traiit Iiii CLOTHING t We havealarge line of clothin and overcoats which will be offered at that lIGjpod for a s + Suits for v 1 Jt Good Rain Coats at 750 j itJ r GROCERIES +t Nineteen pounds Granulated Sugar Arbuckles Coffee 15CJRoasted Coffee Two pounds of Soda 5c ItGoodCorn per can Sc Peas jk Be IGood Tomatoes yT lOc You will see the above that we have even invaded our grocery depart ment with our cutter andhave slashed prices there t t But remember these prices will be for Cash lCountry Product kinds Considered you you pay fascinators 50c Full Come see usl Cut Get drive much pay you long pay yOu for AND THE Waco young home letter man Min young She was and Good hen the next one In tact She waited for two weeks during which time She wrote and tea e in vain tlut there was not a word from the missing bridegroom Miss Magoon had her lasso in her trunk and she was mail enough by this time to wish that she hadIaround the mans When her money was all gone she wont Into the sheriffs office and told her troubles Deputy Ness tried to her They went around all o the hotels but the recreant had not been in town Money was raised to send the un forinnatfl young woman bac15 to her home In Meyers Is another girl who in advertising to Cupids Ga zette for lost bridegroom The mys teriously1 disappearing yojuig man Is Fred Glenson a dry goods clerk about 20 years old A suitable re ward will be paid for his return to at Avoca Neb where the feast stilt is waiting Glenaon went to accepted a position with one of the leading dry goods firms of that place He was a new man in town and of course the girls were Interested in him Ho devoted him elr to Miss Moyors and In were made for a big as ever was came Department J You will find goods marked down Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Notions Underwear Tinware Hardware Quens ware in fact has escaped in this great Low Price Sale WE WANT TO SELL If you want to buy we will have no trouble in trading la 1 tcountry your COME GASHI + W WELLS BRO WILLISBURG KY + I BRIDEGROOMS disdain youth trusted reaches rnsappolntedutjyetalarmedr Overcoats uncomplainingly graphed Minneapolis console WalfJ- Chrlstena Christena wing Avacalaitspring- and however anhuuncelPreparations andPJtrtstua In Every Caps nothing time fur the ceremony nowever they discovered that the bridegroom was niisslng It would be hard to have a marriage without a bridegroom so they sent posthaste to the store to see what had happened to Gleeson Ho was not therenor anywhere In tho town of Avoca haqelopcdbyfamily and the wedding guests were dismissed Up to the time of go ing to press not a word has been heard from the missing man Chrlstnna says if he comes back nowI she wont marry him to save his jThey differently along the Mann mk canal in Pennsylvania There the shoe Is on the other foot It Is the girl that vanishes on her wedding day It may be said how ever of Anhld Fonkay that she had more courage than a man usually is able to muste up on simiUar occa sions Annie went away but she returned at Qnce bringing another lover wltfi heij Miss Fonkayj had been engaged to Stephen Hank Stephen was the hap piest man alone the canal He made his arrangements torn wedding at the Slavish church at which all the Poles of Manayunk were Invited and the feast that jwas prepared to follow the expected to surpass seen in that part of cctcmOllYfas On the great day Miss n to attend a recep lent Lion at the home of her sister In Nice town Stephen was not there but Andrew Lutchco was and there was a little bit of ancient history in con nection with Andrew that Stephen did not know Years before Annie and Stephen had been sweethearts and separated after a quarrel That night they patched up the quarrel and the next morning Instead of going to the church to be married to Stephen Miss Fonkay went with Andrew to Camden where they procured a marriage it license They got back to the canal 1m time to find Stephen and his friends at the brideless wedding feast There was an altercation that threatenedoSfor a time to be serious but Annie and Andrew defied everybody and everything and flourished their mar riage license in the face of Stephen goingtQStephen swore that at least the girls new lover should pay for the laughedStephenThe only thing that pacified him was byAnnlesStephensfeastThe girl was gone and if he could get half his money hack it was bet ter that a cnmnlet loss OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Sun and Herald OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ii i w TTilExi SPRINGFIELD WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1901J J T- S1S1S1SSSSStISS4 SSISS SIS StSSiSes4ss444s4 f A Piano Placed I tIn Your Home On Trial I F YOUfinterid purchasing a piano it would be dollars iri your pocket to get in rrespo ldcI ence thus Being the largest pIano dealers in the South and buying them in carload- lotslenables s + us tenquote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that will quicTuy conince most skeptical that we can do all we say if gIven the opportunity Our line consists of the following worldfamous makes I t I H PIANOS PRICE 173 UP I PLAYER PIANOS J 500 UP 1 PIANO PLAYERS J PRICE 25Q 1 EontenegroRiehm Music Co Loujsville Ky Kindly send me full particularsjby return mail how you will place a piano in my home Ol1rrlal Namei L m fr Address m mtm m m MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO l628630 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky lFROMALL OVER THE STATE 4 BANK RESPONSIBLE If It Does Not Verify Alleged SIgna tures of Depositors i Louisville KyApotnt of Interest jto banking people generally was decided when Judge ODoherty granted new trial In the case of the estate oi Mrs Alice Eden against the Third Na tional bank of Louisville A son of MrSjrEdlen deposited 700 belonging to her and with It a signa ture purporting to be hers to be used In comparison for checking purposes The money was accepted by the bank and was drawn out at intervals until It all was drawn Then It was that Mrs Edlen went to the bank disclaimed having writ ten any checks against her deposit jtmd showed that her signature was en tirely unlike that which they had as hers Her son had died in the mean time nd the bank refused to reimburse her She died later but the es tate sued to recover and the jury at the first trial found for the defendant Judge ODoherty overruled the jarya finding saying that the bank hal ac cepted the account without verifying the signature and that the plaintiff was entitled to recover OMINOUS WARNING vTo the Corporation That Claims Vet Coal Lands In Kentucky Sergent KyThe claims of the Eastern Kuntu ky Coal Lands Corpora tlonto hold title to some 125000 acres of coal lands In Letcher Knott Pike and Floyd counties under the name of the Old Virginia land grants has taken a new turn and the dates for a hOar lug at each of the county seats are as follows Hlndman Knott county Mon day March 18 Prestonburg Floyd county Monday March 25 Whites burg Letcher county at the April term lof the circuit court and at Plkevllle Pike county at the May term The Plkevllle Plain Dealer says The attorneys propose to perfect their titles to the vast acreage but they dont say whom they will employ to make their wooden boxes that will be necessary to make a survey of the property In question Frank A Hopkins a mountain attor i ney has retired from the case owing to threats of violence FURTHER EFFORTS To Revive Kentuckys Chautauqua Likely To Be Abandoned Lexington Ky Thomas Johnson secretary of the general committee con sisting of 30 prominent men and women of this city appointed at a mass meeting here to revive the Kentucky Chautauqua announced that he would make no further effort in that direc tion It Is likely that the movement will be abandoned SOLUTION OF RACE PROBLEM Will Be Aided By Womans Suffrage- s Success Asserts Miss Clay I Ewtlngton Ky Womans suffrage JllilbelD to solve the race problem InI i the south declares Miss Laura Clay lientuckyditor oi the National Womans Suf frage association who is back from Oklahoma where she has been labor ing in the Interest of the cause Al though Defeated temporarily she said woman suffrage would finally trIumph in the new state She believes one of the great political parties will be com pelled through the need of v9tes to thefomenwll1that party At a recent meeting of the Southern Womens Rights society at Memphis Miss Clay says It was brought out by the census of 1900 that there were 600 000 more white women and men than negro women and men In the south and that If the white women In the south wOre given an opportunity to vote the question of the race problem would be settled through the ballot KENTUCKY WOMAN Twice Elected Superintendent ef Schools Dies in Coloradot Lancaster KyA telegram to Lew Is L Walker from Colorado Springs announces the death there of his wife Mrs Ella L Walker of pneumonia Mrs Walker had been in Colorado for nearly three years owing to health Mrs Walker was one of the best KentuckySheLusk aId a niece of the famous Walk er boys of this county She twice was elected superintendent of common schools In this county TWENTYONE YEARS For Nathan B Tudor a Kentucklan Who Killed His Brother RichmOnd KyThejury In the case of Nathan B Tudor charged with the murder of his brother last September returned a verdict of guilty with a sentence of 21 years The case wjll be appealed Tudor declared that his wife had brotherImmediaiely sought to lynch Tudor but he fled the country later being captured by the authorities TIDES Have Cleared the North Fork of the Kentucky of Logs Jackson KyFor the first tlm In 20 years the North Fork of the Ken tu ky river la practically clear of kaw logs rrhe present tide and the half dozen or more that have preceded it this winter have swept all logs In the main river down to market Tlfose left are In the small creeks Timber has been selling at a good price u cently a single raft sold for 1000 Death of Mrs Caldwell Lexington KyMrs D C Caldwell widow of D C Caldwell former own r of the Lexington Transcript died it St Josephs hospital after a long II ness The funeral services were held at St Paus Catholic church J I Chickering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros Sterling ScHubert Arm strong Marshall Wendell Foster LCo SohmerCecilian FarrandCecilian and the Autopiano The Cecili nA player that can be at tached to any make piano 1IIn orderto demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your lhsat isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent INCORPORATED TO THE PROSECUTION Only Judge Robbins Is Acceptable Says Powers Anent His Trial Georgetown KyAre you much chagrined at the fact that Judge Rob bips has accepted the appointment t trryour case was asked of Caleb If I had thought that Judge Rpbblns or anyone Gov Beckham would name would have given me anything like a fair trial we would not have contended so strenuously that Judge Stout should try the case espe daily in view of the fact that Judge Stout himself had been an attorney for the prosecution In the Howard case and had assisted the prosecution in selecting the Jury In my last trial and on top of that a Goebel parti san The fact that the prosecution would not agree to anybody but Judge Rob bins shows that he Is eminently sat isfactory to the prosecution Powers added ATTEMPTED WRECKING Of a Passenger Train Is Charged ToaBoy Lexington Ky Hugh Colson was arrested on the charge that he at tempted to wreck a L N passenger train at Marble creek bridge The lad stated when arrested that George Russ a halfwitted 19yearold boy was re sponsible for the attempted wreck An examination of the rails showed that spikes had been driven between their joints Rules For Grandson Frankfort KyThe court of appeals affirmed the Kenton circuit cou t the case of Barbara Wlrth vs I ouls Wlrths guardian and holds that Bar bara Wlrth does not become the me f for life of the whole estate left by her husband at the death of her son and that the grandson Louis Wirth Is mb stituted to all his fathers title to the property Given a Prison Sentence Riissellvllle KyThe jury In thc- cane lof John Sacra who with two oth ers sliice hanged criminally assaulted Mar34 Gladder In May 1905 brought in a verdict of 20 years Imprlaonement The jury Is being severely criticised by citizens of Logan county for what they term the leplency shown toward tIe ringleader of the assault Sold To the Trust Mt Sterling KyGeorge M and J Carroll Hamilton sold to the Americas Tobacco Co 275000 pounds tobacco at an average price of 110 Tho crop will bring a total of about 28000 and Is the largest single sale majde In this section in years Tie crop was raised at the Hamilton farm on Flat creek Morganfield1irnlontown a suc cessful business man at Morganfleld is dead He was thirtytwo years age and Is survived by his mother Mr Sarah Sale and has two sisters and four brothers living in Morgan fiell The Touch That Heals is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers and healing balsams eve compounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or its Haydoni hi r4 THE WHITE HOUSE QUARANTINED PRESIDENTS SON PRONOUNCED ILL WITH DIPHTHERIA The Chief Executive Is Not Alarmed But Goes Horseback Riding As Usupal Washington March 4 Archie Roosevelt the presidents third son Is IIIwith diphtheria and the white house is quarantined In an official statement issued from the1 presidents office announcing the fact it was said Ho now seems to be doing well He is located In the southeast room of the white house and strict quarantine is being observed The case is of a rather severe and virulent type and first made its appearance on Friday last when Archle took to his odd and a physician was called jr- 4Diphtheria was suspected from the first but it was said that the case was not diagnosed for a certainty The matter was kept quiet until the official bulletin was Issued from Sec rotary Loeps office with the addition al information that the presence of contagious disease in a remote corner of the white house would make no difference with the transacting of busf ness in the presidents office as usual The offices used by the president and the clerical force connected with the white house are In a sihall build ing located between the mansion and the state w rand navy building and connected with the former by a long terrace tn which the laundry is sit uated No anxiety for the president is felt at the white house the belief being that he has not had an opportunity to contract the disease It Is not quiet clear just wh4n Mr Roosevelt last saw Archie but It was said that It was at least three or four days since they met On the other hand it appears that Archie has been ailing for several days and that all last week he com plained of not feeling well It was thought at first that he was suffering form a light attaak of grip The president at any rate is not concerned for his own health and he went out horseback riding as usual in the afternoon Other members of the family remained in doors The white house was quarantined only once before That was In the winter of 189293 when Marthena Harrison President Harrisons grand daughter was ill with diphtheria The gloomyIpresident lives HEAPED COALS ON THE FIRE And Thirty eople Were Overcome By the Gas in a Boarding Houae Smithfield R t March i Twenty men and five women were overcome by coal gas In a boarding house con nected with the Bernon cotton mills In the village or Georglaville ant while nearly all were eventually resuslt ted It la feared that in two cases fatal results may follow The DplanOtis Patt the proprietor of the board In j hQuse and his children werje also rendered conscious by the fumes ofIclosed thus allowing no proper means of escape of the gas which soon filled ivory room In the hquse BY HER CAR The Female Elevator Operator Was Crushed To Death Philadelphia Pa March 4Almost on the eve of becoming a bride Miss Martha Pet rmOOl a pretty 23yearold elevator operator in the Young Mens Christian Association building was whUeIa to an oversight on her part in having failed to see that tho safety appliances on tire elevator wore properly set Upon returning Worn br akfast she found the elevator ttfcd settled several feet In attempting to raise It sne turned the wheelthe wrong way and was orwOicd between the elevator and lIner Pouches Were Rifled JetterIwere a mall wagon here wfere found in an out lying vacant lot The pouches had been rifled and evrjythmg of value removed The loss jls estimated to be betweon 3000 anti 4000 Big Ship in Trouble Yokohama Marh ITho Great Northern steamship Dakota went ashore in the Bay f Tokyo All pas sengers are safe and the agents of the vessel are hopeful lot saving her New York Giants Won Los Angeles CatMarch 4TheNew Yorknationals defeated tie Los Angeles baseball t0am iu a practice gamo5to3Agent Kills Himself Detroit Mich March 4R E Binz of Philadelphia wh was an agent for a Cincinnati engraying company and who registered at the Hotel Renaud as Edward Tawhon Committed suicide by taking carbolic acid and laudanum Steamer Went Ashore London March 4The British steamer Devona CapL Murray bound from Portland for Ldndon went ashore on theGOodwln Sanqs during a storm but was afterward floated and pro tI t A Si GIRL ROWS TO RESCUE Young Daughter of Lightkeeper RI vals Famous Grace Darling Victoria B C Vancouver islands tempestuous west coast the socalled marine graveyard of the Pacific has developed a twentieth century Grace Darhng Her name is Alma Garrard and she Is the 17yearold daughter of the dominion lighthouse keeper at Lennard Island Clayoquot umstanceIthrough her own modesty her brave deed has until now been unrecorded although it was no whit less an exhi bition of superb feminine courage than the immortal daring of Grace Darling that has been held up in poem and story to the admiration of countless millionsBy coincidence the same shipwreck that brought stouthearted galnbefore responIThe waterlogged bark after her distressed company had been taken off by the D G S Quadra was aban doned and drifted northward supposedly with but a few hours floating life at best The hulk miraculously held together however and thus drifted with distress signals displayed to within view of Lennard Island light being sighted off the reefs of Water witch Island one mile north of the light station at daybreak There was a high sea and heavy surf running but Lightkeeper F C Garrard and his daughter the sole Inmates of the lonely watchtower be lieving that lives were at stake did not hesitate While they were get- tIng out their boat the Coloma struck on the reefs The boat fought her way Inch by Inch thither onyto find no sign of life andthe vessel broken in two by impact with the reef the after part only being above water Gerrard and his daughter returned to the lighthouse exhausted Nail Is Montbs in Throat New YorkA 26 inch nail which had been concealed for nine months In the bronchial tube of a twoyear old boyhas been discovered by means of Xrays at Beth Israel hospital and has been successfully removed The child Isidor Berkowitz was seized with a choking fit nine months ago The child worn almost to a shadow was given up as lost until a Beth Israel hospital an Xray picture dis closed the nail in the right bronchial tube Since the removal of the nail the childs recovery Is assured UVV r lA clay soil which has been producing good crops for any number of years may be seriously Injured by one injudicious plowing Ina wet time as to ruin It for the growing of crops for two or three years This Is due to the puddling of the soil which so modifies its physical texture as to lock up the plant food which It contains A Wisconsin farmers method of getting a good stand of clover is to sow a nurse brop in the with his clover seid on fineJypulverized land worked own solid He plants from two to three quarts of AJsike clover seed tOI the acre and from four to five quarts of red clover seed to the acre Afer the crop is seeded during the first year he leaves It en tlrely alone keeping stock off and in the fall the grain is allowed to come to maturity f A campaign of education is going on in Missbur and great things in the poultry lire may be expected of that state In tie near future A poultry special of two railway cars is traveling to all parts of the state where free lectures on poultry top- Ics pre given In connection with the display The object Is to stimulate the production of more and better poultry and to introduce more economic and effective methods of caring for It Always Keeps Chamberlains Cough Remedy in His House We mould not be withqut Chamber lains Cough Remedy Itds kept on saysVdent Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use a cold may be checked at the outset and ithascroupmchildren becomeshoarseappears which can only be done wien salelyCape Cod Folk Some curiously appropriate names are to be found among the citizens of a small village on Cape Cod The local lumber dealer is named Lum bert the milkman is Mr Waterman the fish merchant is Mr Phlnney the minister Is Mr Paradise and the pro vision dealer Is Mr Bacon aeoeaeoeooo neoo ao 0o0oI Chaplin Water 8 Power Roller Mills p S a MAKES THE o IEST FLOUR a THE BEST MEAL S 0- e an S a Jri Springfield and iriany g 5 other sections Washington 5 county our brands are sold 5 Bjuy them and get THE BEST- JQ D B SUTHERLAND Io 0QoooeOeQeoeoeOeoe oao THE SUN AND SBothp perslyr Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 15ft Weekly Cincinnati rh 175 Weekly AtI ntaCOnst1tution L75 SmiWeek1y St Louis Republic5 175 SemiWeekly St Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Araculturist 175 Epitorhist150American Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Iteviews325ts Magazine 285 Magazine400Ledger H per a Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunriv South 150 CLUBBING RATES WiTH LOUISVILLE DAllIES The Sun and The Louisville M Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 640 Same including Suhdayr 8 20 The Sun and Journal three days i- ntheweek3711JThe Sun one and the daily threedaysmonths u 239 The Sun and the Sunday Cour orSOThet Herald one year 2 00 The Sun and the Lpuisville Evening Post one year 4 00 s LI and N Railroad Time Table J DailyIncoming Arrives at Springfield 825p m 1240 pm 705 po m Arrives afBardstown 735 1100 a m 606 Bardstown Junctn 650 906 522 LifoUISVl e 600 73Qa 430 DailyOuLeaves Springfield 525 a m 715 a m 100 p rtL r Leaves Bardstown 612 800 220uLeaves Bardstown Junctni 655 845410pmA 745 935u 545 pm vesfLouisville CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH 00- INCOKPORATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern K Illiriols Kentucky Tennessee Mlsssippl and Louisiana We can put you In quick jand satisfactory 4commurilcatr6n wIth th people of this great section of the country WesoIIcIt your patronage Rates4rieason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL UEUAKbHUME i T 9f WM I 9 President a Geal K n ser SecztttGJIJar T r l r itt a tX jte H SlA t a t v S It k THE SPIJINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1907t WILLISBURG W B Shirley sold to Jess Terrel a nice harness mare for 75 Mesdames T J Miller and W W Hyatt were in Springfield Thursday Miss Ollie Gray spent several days lastweek with her aunt Mrs Sallie Sutherland Mrs Wm Sutton spent several days last week with her aaughter Mrs Mae Oder Mrs Everett Scruggs spent Saturday with Mrs J F Prather E W Smith was at Broadhead Ky the latter part of last week on businesr Miss Mary Foster spent Saturday yrith Misses Glades arid Foster of this place Q W Merritt wro bas been visiting sister at Columbia Ky has returned homt J F Reynolds was in Harrodsburg Monday on business The J M Cheatham sale which was field last Friday was well attended and everything sold well Mr Cheatham and wife left for Illinois Monday J M Trent had an auction sale at his store last Saturday It was well at tendedJames Burns and family and Enoch poster and family left last week for Illinois to make their home Mrs Rose Ann Hughes is confined to ier room from the effect of sticking a nail in her foot W S Gibbs is quite sick at thiswrit ing x MOOR VILt EDaveHays sold a horse to Owen Ellis for 125 D L Humphrey sold a mare to Rqbt Benedict Mr t M WalrwnohaS been onthe sick list is recovering Mrs Bruner Carny is very low with grip Miss Florence Phillipps and Willie Virgin are quite sick withfthe measles Miss Jennie Boblitt of Springfield is visiting relatives at this place There was an average crowd out to hear Bro Benight preach at New Hope last Sunday Mrs Jeff Smith is on the sick list Mr Ham Virgin departed this life March 1 1907 at the home of Mr Ham Sh han of complication of diseases He was aged about 70 years and was a devout member of the Baptist church Interment took placemt Camp Ground cemetery The trustees of the school at this place have not decided on a teacher for the next term A good teacher with a first or second class certificate is wan ted Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skilled workmen need ad to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however By the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing ones those who haye used Electric Bitters who there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric pQisontach liver and kidney troubles Guar druggists r1NWICKSt Mr Lou McAlister of St Cather ies was here last week on business Mrs Robert Shewmaker and daugh ifers Frances and Anna spent Saturday with tne family of W F Logsdon Will Nally of this place county or ganizer of the A S of E spoke at Fredericktqwh Saturday night Mr Frank Logsdon left Monday for J6dlanapolis Miss Apple Kelly has returned to De raitttr IlL after a months visit to hcr parents hererMrs C W Oder and daughter Zelma were in Mackville Saturday Mrs Diana Smith is on the sick list Mia Will Nalley spent Saturday night and Sunday with the family of Robert Shewmaker Miss Mattie Begley visited her par rents here Saturday and Sunday Joe Smith of Springfield was here Saturday and Sunday W T Logsdon was in Louisville the Brat of the week yMessrs Joe and Shoat Wycoff were ere Sunday evening T7 A Humane Appeal 7i A humane citizen of Richmond Ind 4 JIr U D Williams 107 West Main St says VI appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has- lietped me and fully comes up to the proprietors recommendation It saves wore than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a ugl and cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis whooping cough croup quinsy hoarseness and pfathiafc stops hemorrhages of the lungs and guilds them up Guaranteed at jFtaydon Robertsons drug store We and 100 Trial bottle free- i Mr ZION rITIVEr Miss Carrie Russell has returned to Jicr hqmo at Vanarsdale after a few iijY8 stay inith her mother hers Miss Blanche Bonta spent last week J T L 1ll with her sister in Springfield Mr John Dyer and wife are guests jARfttrl and Mrs Jessie Wi hams and daughter were visitors at the home of Mr Bailey Pinkstpn on last Tuesdayl htreturnedhome Mary Taylor who have been attending school in Springfield spent Sunday at home Among those who were entsrtained- Tuesday at the home of Mr James lrrIMrsd wif Mrs Ella Taylor and children lri Hark Hays wife and daughter Mrs Tucker of Bloomfi ld Afflicted With Rheumatism I was and am yet afficted jwith rheu matism says Mr J C editor ofthe Herald Addington Indian Terri tory but thanks to Chatnberlains Pain Balm I am able once mtire to at tend to bUsine s It is the best of lini ments If troubled with r eumtism giye Pain Balm a trial and yc u are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it afT rds One application relieves the pain Fori sale every reliable dealer in the Blue- GraSs I I CALLING i KIM DOWN I TI1erf wa wnr in rbe lair The fla woman hrrlsiJ hr head ilLe- iIotIitlrflt1yhijlttir pink spi lsofi hei- hMriyf her stnlc of rijhiO h1JIUI u nhtl tfJl ypt a wamfJno litiL that there trlIllIf itd for him urn glad she salrLfIt nn1QIJI jiaj you really JO admire never- msv you 10 ho quHo 50 nr ithuojaslir p r any no before Whit a pity 3QII lioi1il1iap waited until this i lo In the niP- Vhyht do you moan asked ho ouni nan bewildered The young woman pullerl a sofa iiihlon riiffio fiorccly It must have itnnn a trial all these mon hs she said4 smoothly to pretend that I was your idealnot that I eve claimed yU4eho lovollest creature on oar h Why you ought to1 know that I nrtvrir thought any such The young woman lnterr Ipted his protests with a superior smile an J a gesture which was nothing short of grand Of course you ha ent said so in those exact words sh went on butl I am not quite stupid even If I havcjnt hair like corn silk and eyes lIke TJansles and the grace of a siren I never said any You have done suchIcame this evening young woman fifmly hut ave over how entrancing Laura K was at that card party ndetJawrrI Dont Try to Hedg thankful that you have told me Just how you feel before it was tot late Mow perfectly dreadful it wAuljl have hoento have married 1tn then to have round out alter awhile that you were in love with another girl toll till Mine1 Now seC here hurst u the 1110U51Drvon said her hair was inagnllicent1S- bv it IsfrJJ blonde hiilr proS tested the young man YiUiknow It rant begin to toucJi yours I never caw much masses ijf hlnch acV hair as you have and you know Ploasft dont Mr flanks rt4she Interrupted wearily And yrii said violets were so becomlngtoiiir anti f that isnt saying that her yes were UUP thorn Id like to know It You may fpol perfectly free to vlni such a decorative treasure as I know that you have long wanted to to our en lagemnnt ends right here Toui have Tiy sympathy for all that rqu have mdured hf late Of course was ab oluteiy Innocent in my he hot that von hared about me nrT she uld have eleas d you before now I dont know why you ha ye begun ailing me Mr JDankstart saM the young man It was Tom ter minutes xgo And I dont know what you nean when you talk of breu king our nga lomont I never cared t bou any ne except you and you now It Can t I say that In addltlon to you t j there are pretty You dont think that I am pretty broke in the young woman darkly Compared with laura Kinderlawn am a coalblack wisp of an Indian andTheres nobody who can compare vvlth you said the young man with determination fI mean It You have a convincing manner and all that said the young Woman dlgj bellevlngly But then thats part of a lawyers stock In trade Why dont OUgp over to Laura Kind erlawns now It isnt too late for a call Because I want to stay right here said the young man coming over and sitting beside her Laura may be retty in a way but her prettiness is if dolllike soulless variety that wears ff Now you grow more fascinating very time I see you lralindcrlawnyqung woman t03heavenOf course Id compare youhald And thank my lucky stars I vas fortunate enough to get you Why dont see whats come over you this evening The young womans face lost its aloof look and dimpled brilliantly I lelleve you do really mean It Tommy she admitted You bet I do saldi Thomas Dank start as he proceeded to emphrfnlze the statement In the right wayChl cago Daily News It will not cost you a cent to try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets and they are excellent for stom ache troubles and constipation Get a fsee sampla at the Red Cross Drug- Store Springfield NATIONAL DISGRACE English Custom of Employing Girls as Bartenders The Lancet London In reviewing a pamphlet Womtfn as Barmaids says We may well ask ourselves whether It Is consistent with a due regard to the national welfare to allow the aughters of the empire to be trerqd up as sacrifices to the Moloch of the drink traffic or as too often happens to be employed as decoys for the purpose of adding to the intemperance ay which the country Is weakened and IsgracedI The demand for the most perfect Individual liberty compatible with the general welfare is a right and reason able one but It Is not either right or reasonable that this liberty should ex tend so far as to allow young women the majority of them of exceptionally good physique and appearance and best calculated among their contemporaries to be the mothers of healthy and vigorous children Jo en gage In an avocation which Is not only likely to be highly Injurious to themselves but which Is almost certain to prevent the full discharge of their duo tics to the community It Is certainly legitimate to take advantage of all favorable currents of popular opinion and even at the expense of some curtailment of personal liberty to protect classes which have displayed littlt capacity of protecting themselves The Great Champion If John BarJdjrcorn knocks out a prize fighter at fokljtwo at what age will the business man throw up the sponge to the great champion We are told that a recently defeated champion pugilist was not a drunkard He was a stead drinker Few business men are drunkards but many of them are steady drinkers A business man may go on for years drinking steadily and if the punch in the stomach in the ftbapc of unforeseen difficulties does not come he may pull through But who cdn say when It will come or that It will not come at all Is it possible tat the business man has a better chance to survive the punch than the puglllst St Louis PostDispatch CANT EA1 yournervesareall appetite failyouand you feel as though the bottom had drop payingtheInflicted upon yourself by hastilyeaten and improper food thoughdelicatethey resent illtreatment J Dr Caldwells tL flu Syrup PepsinIB the greatest remedy in the world fot Correcting and curing aU forms of stomach and digestive trouble It instantly imparts new life and vigor to these parts and keeps them in prime and perfect working condition Dontt wait until you are in the grip of these torturingcomplaintsbutgetai lar or halfdollar size of DR CALD WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN now at your druggists and forestall the trouble Your money will be refunded if It ioesnot benefit you Your postal card request will bring by retnrm CALPWELLSBOOKthose who have never tried this wonderfal NSiedT Do It now PEPSIN SYRUP CO MontleeUo IlllnaU RED CROSS DRUG STORE Springfield Market Bacon Hams Jl6c Sides Beeswax 25c per pound Butter 15c to per pound ul8ci5 per round- DucksTc per pound Corn Meal5q to 80c per bushel Eggshe cr dozen Feathers 44u per pound pound rain WbnBtfpSv corn Oats 40c HidesGreen Kc to IOCfd H per poundILime 90c to oo per Mill productsrBran shipatnff 100 pej pounds PotatoesCountry 76c Onions Salt145 and 18T per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow toper pound Vlnegar25c to 4oc per gallon JVqol Burrv andgreasv 14Hc clear of grease 20c tub wrishedSSc Country Sorghum I5c to Soc Qeese35ca peice MARKET REPORTS ACincinnati March 2 CATTLE Extra L5 35 5 65 CALVESExtra 7 75 8 HOGS Choice 7 05 8 7 l24 SHEEPExtra 5 2- 5LAMBSExtra 8 00 FLOUR Spring pat 4 45 4 70 WHEATNo 2 red j 79 CORN No 2 mixed 48 OATS No 2 mixed 45 RYENo 2 choice 71 t 7- 3IIAYCh timothy 18 75 BUTTER Dairy 19th 20 EGGSPer doz 20- APPLESChoice gf 2 75 POTATOES Per hu 60 65 TOBACCOBurley 5 40 15 00 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 77 78 CORNNo 2 mixed 4578 OATSNo 2 mixed 36 PORK Prime mess 16 65 LARDSteam 9 22ft NEW YORK FLOUR Win patent 3 60 3 8- 5WIIEATNo 2 red 8- 4CORNNo2 mixed 0 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 39 3SV4 PORK Prime mess 17 75 g 18 50 LARD 3team 9 50 BALTIMORE WHEAT JMo 2 red 80 CORNNo 2 mixed 5I4 OATSNo2 mixed 3S LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 5 76 CORN No 2 mixed 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed 36 HOGSExtra 6 20 7 00 LARDSteam 9 9 50 INDIANAVOMB 35kOGS SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head alt persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other wantedIandatveryRichard Riley Springfield wants a good Jack farm at Willisburg this season sateBuffOrpingtonLeghorn and Pit Game eggs also Pekin MammothSronze 8hasD G Dragoo Rt 2 has for sale two good wurk mules 15J hands high 4 earsoldI Emmett SetesBooker has for sale twenty head of sheep iMrs R B iCregor Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale one and two year old gin pricesThethe coming s1aSun and the yearlings are fine and e Anytime trom now to the middlej jof April or the first of May is tim set out Ginseng A C KimbaI Springfield has for sale White WVandotts White Ply moth Rocks and sin lecomb Brown Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 C L GrundV Rtl has for sale one registered shorthorn bull 8mpnthsold also one Chester White male shoat- S E Shewmaker Rt 3 has for sale two brood mares and one 5year old horse L C Young routq2 has for sale a sixyear old jack Mrs B L Litsey Pleasant Grove has for sale a lot of Buff Orpington roosters young Albert Rudd Route 1 has for sale same good work males two and three years old WJH Leachman Springfield has two registered bulls J L Allen pringfield wants 50 or 75 bushels of good corn Richard Beg Icy Texas has for sale 20U firstclass cust posts R B Cregejr Lebano t 3 has for sale six that willUrrowthe- first of May Reed j Route 3 has for sale 500 lJushelso recleaned seed oats Stocked from Northern Illinois last yearC L Brady Route 3 has for sale 25 shoats weight about 75 pounds and six or eight brc od sows Also a lot of good seasoned ejord wood Springfieldturkeys My pbn is headed bv one of Mrs Wrights prizewinners at the Lou isville poultry show won first prize P M Howar Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Duroc ersey gilts and males Call and see them C W Homa Springfield has for sale a good wor horse H R Thomp on Springfield has for sale a good fiveyearold work mule R SJfor sale a lot oraY k 1BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH shortesttimelatestandgraduatesSchoolisjin LyonorI I= = LtiIIvII f3 takes Overf lowers tfo 56265acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike clo4e to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn nevjr stock barn Price 40 pr acre No 57I63 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Willisburg pike 6rqom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco locust posts well Watered and fenced Price 31 per acre = 059133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 re tobacco barn good stable milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Price 30 per acre N o 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock burns orchard of fru t plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass pldity of tobacco land Price 15000 fco 611251 acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres of virgin soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncribs and buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobaccoi land 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Cldse to aChoOlt and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per I413180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on piie- 12 acre barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the finest tobacco farfDs in Nelson county Price 50 per acre No 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike 5 rom frame dwelling new 6 acre tobaccd barn old stock qam 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 teares offine tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of Water Price 25 tier acres No 6517O acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with ibeta1 good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 425j per acres No 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield J mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tIm bert 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All in grass Price 20 per acre J 1roombarp buggy shedand all outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom jand j acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acreV all Da LAKE Rial Esttti Agtnt SprinifiiH Ky i r Picture Frames Let me frame your pictures kind any style Price reas onable best work Mirrors I am prepared to retouch mir shapetomakethemas Or if you want me to I will make you a nice mirror and fra- meRepairing When you want any kind of re TaylorsRepairthe most reasonabiepricea I Geo B Taylor II IOpportunit Sweethearts + r Y youvelongedyoung with a lovely diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if titthe ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it it I JAS J GRAVES 1 fJII IaI t 200T- he Sun and DIyller ld i t