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LJ f u ff i T7 sri 1 Ii iI bc rhtfith flt4t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY i 1 Y6 frVOLUME III SPRINGFIELD KY I WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1907 I i NUMIEI IS tERBACkER JJST TERBACKER 1 Says I and You Otter Heerd Em Yell Twentyfive1 Hundred Acres of 1 the Weed Pooled In Washington County rWell Well Wg111y V Saidaman deepwelldthat When you mental jthe pool Is y say TcDont consider an increase in acre- agei but rather the reverse ftIM neyis talking in every county fin the Burley District and wareJ house is the subje tciIJw The organization grows er as the days go by the impossible which some people contended could notI be surmounted is now very possible Tdead easyo tr Jf you want t4 abuse something opinriori that he ought to be abusgdDONT ABUSE YOUR NEIGHBOR lie hasa Bright to his opinion Y in Farmer Jones would plow a row Then hed breathe a prayer or so Then hed whistle then hed sing Then hed cut the pigeonwingg wayPlowPrayin makes the plowinslow But lawzy how the crops will grow Farmer Jones head was level Praised his neighbor fought the devil Threw no mud and rig no stones Call him sIr BillyBurley Vfc4 Booster t Jones 1l TThe farmer wants to crush no man The A 8of E was organized for no such purpose The Object of this ore ganization is to prevent the other fel= low from crushing th farmer ihQuityour lagn quit your laffg naXxet old band wagi c 1r rn you stay out of the it may mean that you will tpeleft out in the cold w The man who DOES Makes the old world hum and buzza i Over 2500 acres Of the 1907 crop pooled in Washington county 1 If you dont go tb DOING yo- ulnayget DONEr g +J When the warehouse is completed it twill be the biggest thing in Washington county The man In the popl will be in the swim Theres lots of fun in store for him Splash Splash Splash means hash And a bucket 0ilassesup to the brim Hon W C McChord will speak inJ Lebanon next Saturd yjrobacco the subject + V Organizer Will Nally isin Marion county this week putting in licks for the A s of E Yo pan lose nothingby going into th but there is ja chance for loss ng out The rapi rate tobacco pooled all over the burley dis- r trict malei it very evident that there will be fev independent crops left for the trust But admitting for the s ke of argument thatthis pooling arran je ment will fail in its purpose can you point out where you will lose by poling your crY ur tobacco will j ist simply be released and you will be at liberty to dispose ofit to whomsoever you desire SUCCESSFUL CONTESTANT Much Interest Manifest ed in Preliminary Contest One of the most exciting contes that have been held at our school ofc last Friday when the Prelim nary tournament was held in Frof Colvins room There wer four contests Senior Boys Senior GirlS Junior Boys and unior Girls i The contests in every were verji close the judges haVing- an unusually and time to decide es in the color boys contest The boys who contested for the Sen ior representation were Harry Shultz Barber Ray McClain Leo Simms and Will Waters The winners f the contest were Will Waters firs Lyman Barber second The Junior boys who spoke were Charles Haydop A R Shultz and Ivor Roberts A R Shtiltz won first place Charles Haydor second rhe largest num ber of entries was the Junior girls class and the greatest variety of speakers A feat fire of the contest was a Recitation by Nally a little girl of rade which captivated the crowd The first place was given to May May es and the second to Lbrena Nally The other speakers were Edith McClain Ruth Claybroofce Kathenne Gore Hattie Arnold Mary Noe The last one of the contests was that of the Senior girls Those who spoke were Misses Isa Colvin Hattie Rice Alice Haydon and Mabel Williams Miss Isa Colvin received first place and Hattie Rice second The judges were Messrs W D Claybrooke Charles M McChord and Hood Cunningham From the fall of Rome is dated all modern history from the fall of Hume will be dated all future school history Imagine not readers that the dignified learned pedagogue who daily holds the students of the seventh grade under the awe of his stern countenance has fallen from the paths of righteous- neSs or that he has fallen into the meshes of feminine charms of his stu dents or of others for such is not the case The exact facts seem to be as follows The professor was sitting t his desk and around him were all his students giving the pride and satisfaction of feeling that they were his All of a sudden a crash was heard and it was seen that the professor had gradually slipped down in his chair till it fell backward and he was prostrated- to the platform under his desk The timely assistance of several of his stu dents reestablished him to his wonted place which he has kept undisturbed since When interviewed about the matter Prof Hume said The fact as you have recorded it is true as to the main and I have onlyto say that Pride goeth before a fall Mr Towler to Leave 4 +Mr H S Tower the popular and efficient assistant manager of thetele phone exchange iii Washington county has accepted a position with the Home Telephone Ctri ny at Paris Kyf and willleave the last of the month to begin his duties there Mr Towler is an excellent painstaking telephone man and the people of Springfield are very sorry that he and his family are going to leave In his departure the patrons of the telephone company here lose one of the best servants the com pany has ever had here Mr Towler has done much toward giving Washing ton county a perfect system f Mr Bryan Says Th The Weekly Is RjaperIIl13ahs Commoner Democrats often cpmplain of lack of representation among the dailies ot the large cities and they frequently make an effort to raise money by subscription to assist in starting a daily It is becoming more and more evident that much better results can be obtained from the starting of state weeklies A daily in a large city is a business venture until it succeeds and it be comes a great btit does succeed It requires a large plant and necessitates a large daily pay roll As a rule a daily paper does not succeed until some one person has se cured enough stock to make it worth eneigYfltobusiness s ccess of a large newspaper must give his whole time and attention to it As soon as a daily is on a paying basis it tends to become of less and less value as a party organ and as aI vehicle tor the spread of party doc trines As a rule it is edited in the countingroom rather than in the edi torial department and in most cases the owner of the paper is riot the edi tor A man who has the business abil ity to build up a great newspaper plant generally has not the training neces sary for the writing of editorials We find therefore that our great dailies are becoming more and more impersonal they have no individuality behind themno conscience which speaks through them The editorial writers come and go and while they stay their editorials are shaped to meet the wishes of the man or group of men in con trol Some of the large dailies are owned by corporate interests that are so connected with exploiting enter prises as to be worse than useless as exponents of public opinion It is not unusual for all of the newspapers of a cityto rally about some franchise hold ing comPany when it seeks further privileges and yet corporation candi bYjoteSo much for the daily Because of the waning influence of its editorial page it is likely to become more and more a mere newspaper appealing for patronage to the members of all parties and relying upon its advertising for its profits- If the democrats of a state need an organ let them establish a weekly at the capital of the state or at some other distributing center If there is The Associated Press makes the fol lowing statement showing what con gress has sccomplished More money has been appropriated during the short session of the fifty ninth congress which passed into his tory at noon March 4 than duringany previous session The amount as near as can be estimated approximates a billion dollars Two big battleships were authorized for the navy and the artillery corps of the army was reorga nized and enlarged A general service pension was granted to veterans of Mexican and civil wars and like theI ions were made for army nurses river and harbor improvements the ap propriation aggregated 63000000 In creased salaries were given to cabinet ministers the vice president and sena tors the speaker of the house of rep resentatives to ambassadors ministers rand consuls to postoffice clerks and letter carriers The public made more inquiries for information from the document rooms of congress regarding the ship subsidy bill the currency measure and the bill regulating the hours of service of rail way employes than any other pending legislation Ship subsidy died hard in the last hours The immigration bill one of the measures brought over from the long sesson was completed under the spur of President Roosevelt that he might give the situation relief by giving the adminis tration control of the coolie importation through passports The bill further restricts the admission of aliens to the country bill for the establishA was passed ment of an agricultural bank in the Philippines The free alchohol bill in i ralready established a newspaper which itsIn J s paperImtonew done Let the piper be known as the state organ of the party and let the state committee use it for the spreadof such information as needs oIJe presented to the voters Money pu- tintot weekly will enable the party Readers to reach a great many more voters than could bel reached bv the ame amount invested in a daily and the weekly is read more carefnlly than the daily The editor ot a wee ly is known his character stands backof his writings and is a pledge forthe truth of what he says The weekly i j likely to grow in political influence or it is the only paper that can be own d and edited by the same man The ditor is close to the people and not only knows their necessities but cannot afford to betray predatorywealth pf the kind that attempt to control the policy of the paper We ought to have a democratic week ly of state circulation in every state The state weekly will not only not interfere with the local weeklies but it themNewspaper that there is and as ne rly every voter takes several papers th re is no reason why he should not take n weekly giving the news of the com unity and discussing local issues aid in addition subscribe for a state weekly which will defend his interests in all matters of state importance The ommoner cah stateIof national importance It will cooperate with the state w eklies and the local weeklies for eac has a sphere of its own and all can work together for the promulgation f democVatic principles for the advancement of democratic policies and or the preser vation of a government Yof the people by the people and for th people The democrats of each state are urged to consider the bon of estab lishing a weekly democratic paper and the sooner the work is commenced the better We oubht to have these papers now to lay the groundwork for the coming campaign What Congress Did CalitornianJapanese the last session was amended so that farmers may distill products to be denaturized waste Appeal in criminal cases was grant ed the government a measure intended tb strengthen the antitrust legislation by affording ai means whereby the su preme court may pass upon the consti tutional construction of laws An investigation has authorized re garding the condition of women and child workers The interstate com merce commission was authorized to 01Iing and handling on consignment fruit vegetables and oysters Reed Smoot was sustained by the senate as a senator from Utah ending la fouryear controversy The senate ratified the treaty with Santo Domingo and that of Algqrciras UfhIsn e an exhaustive investigation of the Brown ville affair The house passed the Aldrich curren cy bill which bill among other things increases from 3000000 tjo 9000000 the amount of national bank notes which may be retired during any one month This is regarded as a part of the asset currency plan the bankers seeking the power to contr currency at their pleasure bthe retire ment of notes and to expandat their pleasure by the issue of asset currency notesThe hours of employment bill was amended to limit the hours of telegrap ers who handle train orders to nine a r day the maximum hourslwhere only one is must have eight nsecutive hours off duty every twentyfour Hotel Organization Mr Woodson Moss proprietor of the Walton Hotel is jbehm4 a movement to urganize the hotel men of Kentucky and it now seems that his efforts will be crowned with success meeting of hotel propriet rs of the State will be held at Seelb chs Hotel in Louisville April 18 at Which time the plans of the organization will be perfected The nature js to bring the hotel men closer together establish uniform rates etc Mr Otto Seelbach on behalf ofthe jSeelbach Hotel has tendered the of his hotel in which the meeting will be held He will also give tne hotel men of the State a banquet on the above date DIED v IIrMrs HarrietrMontgom ery a IHere Last Night After an illness of seven or eight weeks Mrs Harriet Montgomery died at her home here last night at 9 oclock ofa complication f diseases Mrs Montgomery was bOEin Meade county October 6 1834 her marriage had been a resident of Washington county Her husban Mr R B Mont gomeiy died here about two years agoThe deceased waif a devout member of the Catholic church and was an excellent Christian character Shewas charitable and kind to the needy and was a loving and generous parent Deceased leaves five sons and three daughters besides hiany friends to mourn her death The song are Messrs Alex of Meade county Price Montgomery of Kansas and James Frank arid Lum Montgom ery of this county TJhe daughters are Misses Louisaan Mary Bell Montgom ery and Mrs Pattie Blanford Fuileral services will be conducted tomorrow morning by Rev Father Hennessy after which interment will occur at St Rose Friends extend condolence to the be eaved family JobWork Booming rTheof The Sun is still overflowing at d it is necessary to work day and night to turn out the work We have been nable to procure another typesetter and as a conse quence The Sun is a little deficient but we hope to make up in the next week 8r two Dry at Richmond Richmond Ky March 12BY a vote of 148 majority itizens of Rich mond said tvday ths t the twelve sa loons in this city The day broke dark and early as 5 oclock all the mUfgo began to ring and were kept throughdut the entire day- Advertising Made em Busy Wells Bros of Will sburg inform The Sun that theyar delighted with the results from the ha f page ad thev carried in this paper ror three weeks As a result of tnis dvertising Mr Wells informs us the last Saturday week it was imposslb e tp wait upon the trade In this iss ue Wells Bros annouuce a public sale and auction for next Saturday Letter List List of letters remaining uricalledfor in the Springfield Post Office for week ending March 13 1907 Mrs Sallie Ferrell Miss Eula B Edwards Fill Hand Miss Margery Higgins Mrs Bettie Hord Karimier Gotasiensky Lena Kirpy Mrs Lucy Stephenson Mrs Nannjie Sutherland Mss Mildren White Mrjj L P Woods When calling for the above please say advertisedand give date A WAT tma r IWllO L l h SERIOUSLYBURNED 0 Childs Clothing Ignited By Open Grate sAt Interesting Letter Frem Our Card well Correspondent Many Stock Sales While W S Ross was attending the sale of E B Hendren last Saturday his elevenyearold daughter got too close to an open fire place and her clothes became ignited She ran into the yard and her grandfather caughtiher and tore her clothes off just in time to save her life All of her hair was burned off her head and she was other wise badly burned She is doing very well at this writing Your correspondent received a letter from J W Perkins of Lovington saying that he and his family would leave on the 12th for Kentucky We will gladly receive him backinto dipr community and trust he will stay with us this time E B Hendren and family left last week for Lovington Ill Diedon the 4th E T Burrus of lung trouble Deceased was forty years rf age lend unmarried Interment at Grapevine the following day Died on the 3d Mrs Mary Ann Newby wife of Matterson Nswby interment at Mt Freedom the followings day J W Pinkston has rented the home farm from his stepmother atS per year The following young people left for Illinois Chester Noel to Ada CinDonandStock Sales E G Holiday bought of A Vorhies thirty ewes at 850 pee head lambs thrown in and sold same to J A Kj ler for 875 He bought from W B Royalty thirtyfive ewes at 887i and sold same to W L Graham at 9 lambs thrown in H J Brown sold to Hays Brown one work horse for 75 E G Holiday bought eight heifers from S C Shirley at 23 pjer head He rsold threes to A Vorhies at 2750 per head two to J H Baker at 25 per head one Jersey to E T Perkins for 22and one fat cow to Sanders Nor ten at 3J cents Graham Perkins sold one work horse to Bill Tatum for SOone har ness mare to John Veach fpr 125 one 4yearold mare to Irvine Royalty for 150 and bou ht one Siy earblot mare from Charley Yates for 125 W L Graham sold to Hoodof Chaplin one young jack price private Kyler Willham received a carload a of hogs here last week at 61 cents R A Willham sold one rerseycow and calf for 50 W L Graham bought of JF Reynolds one Jersey heifer for H J Brown bought of Hansford Newby one broodmare for 132aE T Perkins sold to John one sow for 18 Ben Hendren sold to FI Moore one aged horse tor 75 James Moore bought Hen dren one 5 year old HorseOftB Come to Cardwell tradet A Killed His Uncli Anderson News John es thirtyfive struck his uncle Best last week over the head wi rock hammer and he never regain consciousness dying on Sunday night Alfred Best was sixty years of aha and the two men had a dispute over the selection of a preacher for the Pleasant Grove chu cb in the western part of the county A few words brought on the difficulty and the younger man picking up the hammer dealt the older one the fatal blow He immediately left the neighborhood and has not been located since though his father telephoned the officials that he upTheythat part of the county and had albeen peaceable lawabidmg- citIzens The unfortunate affair has been a gfraatghook to this community w L r 2I or MAl i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY cn 31907 lic THE SPARiROW 11 AND1I L h i 1 2 ele THE SPARROW 4IWhile down at Maud a few days ago a kind gentleman land a good friend of The Sun h nded me the following stanza How dear to slur heart is the cash on subscription When the generous subscriber presents- it to view But the man wont pay we refrain descriptionFor reader that man may be you CLINICAL MEDICINE H There is much GOOD in the old world but there are too many people looking for something else +Mr H M Of Nan Sr told me a good joke on a noting lady in Springfield one day last week but I promised Him not to printj it townion her summer vacation He intimated that she had been corresponding with a doctor m New York City who claims that he can make fugly grey eyes turn to a pretty blue II rWhile in Texas last week Ioreday Jieard a woman he that was making himself ridiculous by smiling at young ladies 1fT7The most detest ble bird in the world is the crow By nature he is a thief He lives off of the honest toil of men He is a thousand times worse than the buzzard and notwithstanding the buzzards diet is decayed carcass the crow is a filthier bird because his heart is dirty There are some men in this country who are worse than crows They are vampire as well as thieves and are not satisfied to rob and plun der but they wound a nation and then i proceedto suck its life blood rf heard a speask sarcastically of r 1 thought what a tOugh old world this would be if all of its inhabitants were of the same stuff that this fellow is made of jit A dude is a thing that thinks he thinks but who deludes himself for i his cranium there ip not room enough for even a tiny think his thought jcepqsi1ory being stuffed withstuff I heard Mr Chas Nde tell Dr Ray that a certain sign which he had neve- known to fail indicated that we would have six more very bad spells of weather before springset in in eearnest and he advised the Doctor to makeup a lot of pills for colds and coughs I Hagaraboutdoesnt know what h ig talking about he has made that same prediction every March for the past sixnine years to my certain knowledge rI heard a woman trim her husband down toa queens taste last Monday aboutdaylight She anted him to get up and make the kitchen fire and he complained of being pick She talked So loud and so fast that I couldnt catch bet words but it looked to me like she bluffed him for he rolled out of bed made the fire aijd put the pot oh before his old wom nswords died away in echoes over the hills This woman is bad mediqine the chickens are afraid of her 4n old rooster recently butted his brains out against a fence when she shook her apron at a lot of chickens Shssucha determined looking creature that all the mice and rats have left the place and about the only things in the line mberlains Cough Remedy Tho Childrens Favorites CORES Coughs croup and Whooping Cough Thl remedy la fumon for ltd tune over large part of tho cdrllizei world Ik can elimye to depended upon It contains no maybewattPrice 25 ots Large Size 50 eta urtrt i pests that stay on the place are the old man and bed bugs and Im inclined to thin that she will either poison these or run em away before the roses bloom gain IWhile sauntering around in the inSPringfieldwoman spy I presume she is the fel lows wife I believe he is the triflng ist human I ever saw Just because you get upand mike the fires put the coffee on and get in the coal you think you have played wonders Youve got to learn to make up beds and sweep or Ill leave you And you refuse to wash dishes you puppy you Why every ma qin Springfield knows how to wash dishes and YOUVE GOT to learn lame near falling out of the tree This woman is thought to be very even tempered Last Friday atternoon Lheard three women fussing over the ThaW case It seems that one of them had said something very uncomplimentary about Harry THE OWL People are still very much intereste- in the Thaw dace I saw an old man and an old woman scrapping last Friday night over the evening paper The woman came out victorious She read the paper and the old man studied his Sunday school lesson I will be awful glad when this case closes as it i causing too many people to became worldlyminded I have a PtoYed six jiwls from Mar ion county to help me watch a certain old bachelor I understand that he has employed tkvo young men to teach him how to mak gpogoo eyes There may not be any tfuth in this but I a determined to find out all about it The womanYho told me abou this matter says that he tried to make these sorts ofeyes at her a few days ago and the old fool didnt doa thing but stand up and wink and bat nLast Thursday night I heard a young lady out at Willjsburg begging her pa to give his consent but he shook his head and said NO An elopement expected rDown at Mooresville afew nights ago I heard Mr W 0 Ellis preaching what I thought was a sermon but it burned out that he was practicing a speech which he expects to deliver inSprin geld against womans rights You cant convince a fool that he is wrong therefore it is dangerous when a fool gets an erroneous idea into his head The only way to get hi separated from his idea is to chop hi head off and thats against the law They hang men in this country Ifor killing fools and I consider it a good law too We have no right to kill fools and then if all the fools were killed the population of this grand old world would be very much reduced You area longtime dead Be good i Dont worry Worryis a slow Pof ona cankdr that ts into the soul A mans best friend 4s his dog h wife ought to be his next best friend A Hint to Travelhrs ofWhile in Suffolk Va Henry Jr proprietor of the Beaverton Mid Hardware Co Was taken very sick with bowel trouble A traveling sales man from SaginaS Mich advised hiD to get a bottle of iChamberlrins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which he did It soon cured hand I take saysNowithout a bottle of this remedy It is almost sure to be needed and is not obtainable while on steamships or cars Sold by every in the Blue Grass Woman Scholar Wins Honor Mrs Agnes Lewis of England is said to be the only woman who has received the degree of D D which hers been conferred upon her In reco g nition of hoer labors In deciphering g some ancient manuscripts of the bible which were discovered in a monastery on Mount Sinai She is regarded as the most famous woman bible scholar In the wo- rldThe Sun IMiss Lavaletter o 0 Original A woman never forgets a lover a man may forget they woman he has loved During the civil war Lieutenant Lawrence Nolan aiddecuuip to a general of brigade encamped in Virginia on tlifr grounds of a manor house belong lug to a family named Liivalette The owner of the plantation and his sons were with the Confederate army but his wife and daughter Rosalind at ionic The women though wcreI hearts were with the southern cause mill especially with the father arid his sons at the front had the good sense to treat the Union oflicers who came to the house courteously By this means they insured protection for themselves and their property The command to which Nolan was attached remained in camp on the Lnvalette plantation for several mouths and among other officers lie was a frequent visitor at the manor house Lure which knows no lt9saliUdLayulctte Nolan an invader of the hontcs of herself and the southern people It was in the sweet summer time and life had in it for the young people far more of zest than either had known before The ring of the bugle and the beat of the drum were heart In the land uniformed men were com ing and going the air was laden with strains from military bands while oc casionally there came from a distance the booming of cannon Amid all this the young btHcer snatching occasional moments when off duty pleated his pause Nothing but principles od in the way of a favorable reply The girl could not bear to give hersefjgtlb an enemy of her country When the brigade moved Nolan had only time to ride to the manor house and bid adieu to the girl he loved hedher to keep It till he should call tor It When peace comes he said i Wjill come to ask again for the word I would be so glad to hear now Till then gootlby He asked for a parting kiss but she myswhen he returns If I had been kissed by a Yankee Nolan sighed and mounting rode away When the Union army left the Lava lette plantation the place at once sank Into its accustomed quiescence There was nothing but the waving trees the hum of Insects the songs of birds Not again did any part of either the Union RosamIng her mother for a sou and brothe- who hat been killed in a skirmish with the brigade that had been encamped ou tilt plantation Lawrence Nolan gave the order in the name of his gen oral to send the body to the mother and sister and though he believed that his heart would remain forever where he had bestowed It he gave up al hope that Rosalind would ever be his wife sWhen peace came several years lat er the episode on the Lavalette planto tlon hn become a pleasant dream to Nolan He was even then but twenty two and his impressions were the eva nescent impressions of youth He had had several other later affairs during the war and these had tended to wear upon the effect of the first He left the army and began the study of a profession Occasionally he would be seized with a desire to go south and seek Miss Lavalette but he feared that If she would not listen to his suit before his corps had killed her brother she would tot listen to him after that themwhosesmust study his profession for several years and even after acquiring It must wait patiently for an Income And so the matter of his first love gradually slipped away from him Forty years passed Nolan who had become prominent In his profession was elected tot congress One evening soon after his arrival at the capital he was Introduced to a white haired wom an of refined appearance and with a southern acceut soldsWhen Where During the civil war In the south Nolan looked at her inquiringly saiddiswas remem bered you long though It is You cant be the girl who nursed me when I was wounded No You were perfectly well when youh girl I met at Richmond at the close of the warthe one over whose home I stood guard one night Nor that one either You gave me a keepsake at parting I have It yet Oh I know you I remember well that evening In your gardenat Charles ton when I gave you a rose and you said you would keep It as long as you lived The lady sullied It was a very sad smile Guess again I give tt up said Nolan seeing that he was continually getting deeper Into the mire The lady moved some Into about her neck and showed an armjN button that formed the head of a stick Pin Do you remember giving me that button 1 Two men approached ytines L valette said a voice per mit met introduce my friend Colonel R La vale t e mused Nolan moving pn with n troubled brow Who the deuce was Miss iLavalette F A MITCHBL r THE III LIGHT TA Remarkable Invention by Two Noted Mountain Climbers MAKING NIGHT LIKE THE DAY Professor Herschel C Parker and WalIter G Clark and Their Work In trical Study and jn Mountain Climbing HE discovery of the way to use electricity fo- rIlluminating purposes wan great lli cry but It re uiaiiied for sue cessive invent ors anti scientists to think out new and improved processes by which the original dls covery and invention should be lierfeet cd and a cd approximating us nearly as possible that of the sun itself The latest Invention of this kind and as some think the most remarkable Is the helion light as it has been named the result of the study and ex periments of Profc sol Herschel C Parker of Columbia university and Walter G Clark A f this is an age In which people depend upon things that are artificial to a greater extent than over before in history it is plain that a good artificial light ode of the first essentials In offices und factories anti stores are thousands of persons who work by artificial light lIar as well as night They need t lie best substitute they can get for the rays of the sun Perhnps the greatest advance in the science of sincevEdi suns original discoveries in this field was Dr Siemens tart lum light which was closely followed by the tungsten light of Dr Kuzel of Germany and oth er scientists But both tantalum and tungsten are costly substances and therefore impracticable it Is said for general commercial use as a filament for incandescent bulbs The helion filament is made by taking a carbon coil and coating it with hcllou using the gases which experiments have shown to be best for the purpose The secret consists In the knowledge of how to do this work of coating the tooUn secret the two scientists who In vented the light have thus far kept t themselves Silicon obtained In inex haustible supplies from common sand and quartz is used In coating the car bon giving to the coil remarkable helioiira mination equal to that of the ordinary Incandescent electric light with a con sumption of but onethird the amount of electrical power The life of the light is much longer than that of one having a carbon filament Professor Parker has sometimes bee a 1ended the champion mouutaln climber Df America He helped to organize th e expedition for the exploration of Mount McKinley and it was while climbing PROFESSOR PABKEB AND MK CLARK far up the sides of this tallest of Amer ican peaks that some of the Ideas catu to him which when worked out iu co operation with Mr Clark resulted In the invention of the new light Professor Parker was born In Brooklyn bor ough New York city in 1807 and at 9fPhMines of which for sonic years past h has been a professor of physics He is the author of several works on science Mr Clark is also a mountain elinibc- was born In Salt Lake City and wits for some an electrical engineer in San Francisco and Seattle He is the Inventor of a conductor for elec- trIcal transmission which has made It possible to transmlt the current over spans of 1000 feet Instead of only 300 as beforeIMr Parker has made first ascent of Mount GoodslrMount Uuuga bee Mount Deltafqrni Mount BUlille and Mount LefrojF In British Columbia and says these mountains are tougher propositions for the climber than any peaks in the Swiss Alps Speaking climbing Mount Deltafortn he one o iold It took rile twentyone hours and a raise step voul4 u o meant death i 1 11 11 Je 1IrI 1B P DM LAKES 1 Iigoodbarn15 per are b goJI255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of AI the farm ready for the plow 60 per acre 1No4 67 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber hickory good dwelling and barns wellWatered onehalf school house and church Good tobacco land PricerIi- No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 Acres timber two house onebarn that will hold ten acres of tobaccowe fenced No 104108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 124The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16rl96 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good Pike one 7 inblueroomdwellingbottomlandX10191275 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room stockbarnsicehousedwellingtwotmbr plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre inSpringfieldNo 21i0 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield 1000 No 2339i acres 1 good dwelling 2f tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn from Maud one half mile from school some timber finetobacco land well fenced plenty of water frlce 35 per acre No 2466acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 ropm dwelling in good repair 2 barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land icfite in good repaIr Price 60 per acre f No 25 248 acres 2J mites from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar yell in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x6O it und r pining layedin cement water in every field all year fine se of grass35 acres of corn in this year dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800oNo 28166 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good roads mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 3011Sacres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six housefineprice 4500 per acre goodtfine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 No 3275 acres 31 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 loom dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250i t sfromBardstown smallbarnrestof farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted countyNo 34225 hcres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well countyNo 352251 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole1 or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Chepp No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 piKeFarmWell fenced lenty stock water 35 per acre barnholds 77aIperacreNo 40Fifiy acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good and good grass barn ajid all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 milesfrommilkhouse w acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules landThreequartersacre easy paymnt Springfieldgoodwatered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acr s 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of tobaccolanddwellingsone 2000eSpringfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school 3250 per acre No 5082 acr sfive miles from Springfield on good pike room dwelling 5 here tobacco barn plenty tobacco land an locustposts good orchard good fence fine water close to scl1 two miles from a depot 50 per acre pikeIJICooneyrty Good fiver m dwelling barn will hold Nowastelandgoodstable restinNo 53A good investment in city property on Main street No MTown ots on Grundy and Covington avenues dWellingtitobacco bestfarms ofpoJArstay 8 1IS bein s THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH JI907 I r J t 0 ir r I i i THANKS f 1 f tf 1 1 ii1 1I Desire to thank the farmers and their wives for the veryrprompt responses they made to my ad last weekt 4 1 t I IWil Want Another j 1tf Carload0- I F F ickenI Soon SaveThemForMe t I I F iimr 3f l House and Lot For Sale k I l J ihave for sale nearly completed a new residence on south gstonefoundation and contains six ro ifJ land front and back porches 1IOt front 60 feet running back 219 feet to alley A very desirable home Virginia Avenue promises be one of the best residence streets I in Springfield If you are looking for something good for the money have it i soollto j Have For Sale a few gjBlack Minorca Roosters I LjJ II CONGRESSMAN t 4 A 10 STANLEY A s Seen By Savoyard He Once Taught School V p at Mackville Washington City Post As a rule funerpl oratory in Congress is supine on the dead level of the commonplace the conventional and the perfunctory but like most things it has its exceptions and there are in the vast mass of words and words known as Congressional eulogies fine specimens of true eloquence Thomas P Marshall on Richard Menafee Rich ard Menafee on Henry Clay Charles Sumner on Garrett DavisL Q d Lamar on Charles Sumner George F Hoar on Cushman K Davis Henry Cabot Lodge on Geo F Hoar and John J Ingalls on Benjamin H Hill are only a few that are familiar to the readers of the Congressional Record It was in the Fiftyfourth Congress that Thomas B Reed ought to abolish the practice and durjng his entire seivice atcontinuousReed never delivered a speech on such an occasion William R Morrison felt the same way about it and when in the Fortyfourth or Fortyfifth Con gress he was supposed to be on his deathbed he requested Proctor Knott and John Randolph Tucker to have the hammer prompty fall on Springer after he had spoken twenty minutes and to prevail on Dick Townsend not to speak at all if possible but Morrison got wellstill lives though Springer and Townsend long ago were gathered to their fathers Reed was balked in hist efforts to abolish eulogies by the then member from Delaware a Methodist preacher an able brilliant accpm plished man of the name of Willis whose speech against the proposed rule was a masterpiece of its kind I be Move the Rev Willis was ingulfed in the wave of Addickism that swept over Delaware He was the best thing political way that has come out of DelI Grayi pro pounced on the late Senator Bate of Tennessee That of Mr Carmack in theiSenate was notable for the opening 1Yr paragraph a perfect specimen of Eng lishand beautiful for the sentiment therein expressed Gov Grosvenors speech in the House was valuable as a contribution to history and a shrewd military criticism on Hoods advance on Nashville it was also a splendidtri bute to the memory of Tennessees dead hero But the best of the lot was that de livered by Owsley Stanley of Kent the House of Representatiyes- This young Stanley is a manysided man and has had many and varied ex periences He is bountifully endowed with that rare gift imagination Nay he may without presumption ay claim to that dangerous gift genius and he harkeneth to the admonition of the preacher Whatsoever the hand find eth to do do it with thy might That and that only is the key to success if your hand lays hold on the right thing and ofttime it does not Stanley is the son of a Confederate veteran now a minister of the gospel at Campbells ville Ky who came out of the war with no estate but duty well performed in the camp and duty gallantly per formed in the future Tho fliture Con gressman was born in 1867 and he is one of the famous Owsley family that has contributed to make so rich the history of tie old Commonwealth He acquired a classical education under great difficulties and his inveterate taste for reading and retentive memory made him anaccomplished scholar ere he was thirty Like so many of his line he chose the law for a profession and as an aid to medical jurisprudence he took a course in a leading medical university of the Ohio Valley Asa trial lawyer he has no superior in all Kentucky tf success be the test of andIg one e t lf t- e M H JONES r utest particular of the case before the court George Gilbert who represents the Eighth Kentucky and Owsley Stanley of the second Kentucky have stored in their capacious memories as many of the curious of historic fact and literary fancy as tiny other two men in Con gress and there is not a man in either branch of the National Legislature who cannot learn something to his advan tage from either of these men Stanley if he held the acquisition of money as the sole end or the chief end of life would soon be a millionaire He is a thanlallproduction and a tribute to the Saxon race Bale was of the cream of the South and the South is of the cream of the Saxon people He went back and quoted from Tacitus who saw in the Saxon of 2000 years ago what every one behold In the Saxon of twenty centuries later He q oted the mag nificent passage from Tame in eulogy of the Saxon wife and traced her down from Germ n forest to Southern plan tation through all the ages extending from Juliu Ceaser to Robert E I ee Since the de Uh of Henry VIII two and a half centu ries there has libIertymons that privilege was not defeated and never a victory of the lot that was not the war of the Saxon in the Eng lishman The pass ge in the speech that is most admir d is the following tribute to the deat Senator It is an elegant sample of el quence and rhetoric As illustrative of this fine idea of duty which an in sunlight and sha ow through all the life of William Bite UPonjthOrace mailed hand of Edward III had crushed into the mire and blood of the ensan g wined field the fleur de lis of France that the blind King of Bohemia unwiil ing to- friends hear the death groans of his unwilling to listen to the wail of disaster and defeat unwilling to survive his companions had his horse bound fast and tight to a charger upon either side and between his trusty courtiers guided by the turmoil and thunder of fight dashed to death When night came and the pale moon J Jjt f JI N looked down upon 30000 slain they found three horses standing like silent sentinels and three dead riders at their feet and between his companions with the seal of death upon his blind eyes lay the brave old King of Bohemia- A white triplumed crest dappled in blood still clung to his dauntless brow and on it was inscribed the simple mot to Ich dienI serve It thrilled five centuries past and rang through a thousand years of civilization yet to come The most martial of Englands kings reverently lifted the simple crest and placed it as a deathless laurel upon the brow of his firstborn son and today more precious than all the trophies wrung from Poictiers Agincourt or Waterloo high above all the bloody swords and battered shields and fetter ed banners taken in a thousand years of conquest that has girded the earth and mastered the sea old England still holds aloft that tri plumed crest aS the yetIuncrowned kings 1 could write upon the tomb of William B Bat with truth and with sincerity the motto of the Prince of Wales and the dead Bohemian kingIs- erve One si gle instance in his life portrays in rave and radiant colors his flawless devotioji to duty Wopnded at Shiloh his horpe shot under him at Chickamauga wounded again before Atlanta ragged emaciated racked with pain with valid face and thin lips set you see that heroic figure on his crutches amid his companions in arms It was at this time that there came to him the tempting offerof civic honors of ease and wealth and fame Unsolicited a grateful and trusting people laid at his feet the chief magistracy of a sovereign State The old soldier was immovable Setting his face like a flint toward the f e whom he knew was destined to u timate victory he took in his manly arms his wretched companions and sen back to those who would tempt him with office or power that message whioi shaY thrill all Tennesseeans in ft e centuries yet to come honor so Ilong ee desecrates her soil There is much of the sentimental in that passage and it would not appear to a man like Thaddeus Stevens or Thomas B Reed or William R Morri son The charge of the Light Brigade not Tennyeons charge but Cardi gaps the battle not the poemwas t JAi I Have For Sill a few- Dlack Minorca Roosters only a military sentimentalism but it has been an invaluable military asset centuiwouldIwould be no nor chastity- in was woman honOlinman Tralfalgar dy Nel sonsth lli ugh he fell at the head a gory field more than 100 years ago the first name on the roll of an i nmortal regiment of the French line is La Tour dAuvergne Le premier grenadier de France and it is an inspir privateIin the French army pure sentiment but it is worth more to victoryofis not an EngliSh an who wonld not sooner see the Dreadnought founder than to wake up sqme morn to find that Nelsons glorious old victory was ut terly destroyed We feel the same sentiment when we think of the old Constitution that jbrought more glory to American prpwfess than any u other dozen vessels of either the old navy or the new errHe who sn sentimental in mans breast is like the base Indian who threw away a pearl richer than all his tribe It was sentiment that moved the rich Hampden to deny his King a few shillings of ship money It was a sentiment that stirred the breast of Patrick Henry when he con jured the storm tjiat brought on its WithIpeopled with Gradgrinds that would substitute the multiplication table for Hamlet and tar tret for Paradise Lost t But there is as much prose as poetry in Owsley Stanley He is as practical as he is sentimental as courageous as he is brilliant I Last autumn he took his political lire in his hand and defied ass iled the most tyrannical the most unscnipjous the best in trenched political machinean Y State lautexIent be valueless to such a mm if blrchased at the price of his independence and his selfrespect Stanleys place iskt the bar of which he could easily be a leader iIi any State of theUnion But he has a taste for 1 td politics and ten years from now Icon fidently predict his name will be fa milliar alk over this Union Do Not Neglect a Bud Cold Never allow a cold to take its course Too often at this season of the year its course is toward pneumonia Chambeie rains Cough Remedy will promptly cur tendencyin troublesFBolf More Slavery at lime Generally speaking the colonists the natives with kindness and consideration Slavery and Iii usage are unknown You will see more povi wlthlntahalf willnfindSouth Africa t Ihe ramWl i amilytf p You know them they aripv numerous and make their presence felt everywhere The names of the are Head ache ToothacheEaracheB- ackache Stomach ache Neu ralgia etc They are sentinels that warn you of any derange ment of your system When the brain nerves become ex haustedor irritated Headache makes you miserable if they 1jdigestionup pam more prominent nerves are affected Neuralgia simply makes life unendurable The way to stop pain is to soothe and strengthen the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do this The whole Pain family yield to their influence Harmless ilTf taken as directed 1 find Dr Miles AntiPain Plni ail excellent remedy for overcoming1 h iVache neuralgia and dlstreelneLpal of U aorta have used theMr tr ha past seven years In thla cpdtywUk the beat ot results MRS JOE MERRILL Peru It 4rDr Mlles AntJPalrvPlllsar Mid by thatthefalls he will return Veur m8MYJ25 doses 25 cents Never Miles Medical Co Elkhmrt Ind t 1iv i f i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1907 I SPRINGFIELD SUN I ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance L ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher rip field Pit the i1S as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Months 100 50 Tree Months 25 changeda1wapiBoin aa the poetoffice to which you wtM cent The Louisville Times prints the following from the Frankfort RoundaboutIsnt The farmer com plained of the monopoly of the tobacco Trust and a tobacco trust with ironclad provisions them complainingthatWhy did they not decline to blant to bacco at all That would have dimin ished the supply and broke the trust monopolyNothing funny about the farm ers tobacco trust at ill Its a shot in selfdefense Why did thev not decline to plant to bacco atall Thats avery bril liant question indeed There would be just about as much Tea son in a suggestion that the Roundabout the Timesttndother newspapers discontinue publica tion for a season in Qrd e r tQ des troy the paper trust A farmer out in Illinois went to Chicago and married a woman who had advertised for a husband She asked him for 3000 with which to buy a hat He gave her the money and she gave himI the slip The policy are after herIThe startling news comes from Jackson Ky that some unknown miscreant promiscuously wasted severalbig gunsful of powder and ball upon the streets there last Saturday night teching noth ing but Jim Harris store A streetcar strike in Louisville has made walking gQbd i Elijah Dowie is dead Quits Race r Lexington Ky March 12It is pro1M9ietbatJoseph Botts of this city J who recently announced himself as a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Railroad Commissioner in this district will not make the race This was the last day on which the candi dates could put tin their entrance fee and when Mr Botts was asked if he had paid the fee he declined to answer but said he would make a statement about the matter tomorrow Asked if he would not be barred from the race if he did not formally enter today he replied Not necessarily but would make no explanation TEXAS Mrs W G Barnette of Mackville visited her parents at this place on Tuesday of last week Mesdames T P Hays and CM Brady spent Wednesday with Dr and Mrs Hatchett Mr and Mrs Will Peterson are mak ing preparations to leave for Texas to try farming We wish them success Rev R D Purdom filled his appoint ment at Mackville Saturday and Sun dayaMr and Mrs Tfi C Campbell visited the home of the8 latters parents at this place on Sunday last Mrs D A Crosby left this morning for Louisville where she has been call ed to the bedside of her father who is dangerously ill Miss Georgia Young passed through our town Friday enroute to Jetisonton to visit her sister Mrs J N Elliott Mrs Rowe wpq has been Visiting at the home of Mrs SosiePeterson for phe past few wepks has returned to her home We 4re sorry to say that Irs Rowe is in a very bad state of health She is aears old and her strength is fast failing her onitheMr Hubert Kimberlin of Marion county reports hog cholera in that KimberJinhasWe are having some dark rainy days now yet every Thursday morning the SUN shines in upon its and its bright ray cheers us up and makes us feel quite happy I wonder why th Spar row and the Owls does net come out here oftener 1 hope they are not growing tired of usfplks around Springfield and Texas J A young man aed How can I get along in the worldtWe answer get at some work for which you are suited Learn it from top io bottom excel in it Know more about it than any other man be more skillful in it than any of your competitors Save money Get a goodreputation for honesty trustful ness regularity and trustworthiness Dont try to deceive the world You are sure to be found out With a busi ness experience opportunities for ad vancement in prosperity are sure to come BLINCOE Rev Father Pie ers and several others from this vicinity anticipated attending the mass meeting at Lebanon Sunday afternoon but were prevented from doing so by the inclement weather Mrs W K Edelen is ill of measles It is supposed she contracted the disease while in Louisville a few weeks ago purchasing spring goods Mrs F M Newton is ill of grip Mrs Nannie Burke who has been on the sick list for several weeks we are glad to report muck improved Born to the wife of Mr T J Bland ford March 1st a girl To the wife of Lee Osborne March 9th a girl Mr Rod Burnett has returned from Louisville He was accompanied home by his little nephew Joseph Humphry who will spend a few days with his grandparents Mr and Mrs J W Burnett Miss Ida Filiatreau who has been confined to tyer bed for several months with spinal affection is said to be do ing nicely and we hope iwill soon be out again It was with profound regret that we learned of the misfortune which befell Mr and Mrs Edd Boblitt Mr Alex Higdonj of near Lebanon was in our midst recently f Mr Robert Simpson recently bought of Mr Eugene OBryah of Fairfield two nice mules Price paid 400 Mr Charles Cecil died at his home near here on the 3 inst of consumption He leaves a wife and one child to mourn his departure May he rest in peace is the wish of his friends IJ A targe1Assottmentif I OF Goods New and Attractive Spring and Summer UR IMMENSE stock of Spring Goods has been recieve Wor at least a great part of itand we are anxious for the people of Washington and adjoining counties to visit our store and examine the goods say every department of our store is crowded with Ihe Latest Spring and Summer Goods and that we EI are prepared to offer to the trade many excellent bargains 1 Carpets SultanaCottage Carpets 30c Sanitary Extra SuperCarPets1135c Union Ingrains140cC C Ingrams 50c Extra Super all wool Ingrams70c Tapestry Bru sells 85c Velvets j i 90c Axministers 115 MattinBsI 15to 50c I 500 pair of Lace Curtains Ranging in Prices From We Are The Sole Agents For The CelebratedHart Schaffner n MarxClothing The Best r ReadyMade Clothing On Earth SOc to 95 CLOTHINGWe are prepared to show the most uptodate Clothing ever shown in pur city and we have the exclusive sale of HartSchaffner i Marx Suits These are the finest readytowear Suits made We also have an elegant line c f WelwoVth Clothin for men rSuits Wehvort i 2000 for 1500 Suits Wei port i 1800 for 1250 Suits Velwort 1500 for 1000 Suits Welwortn 1250 for 900 Suits Welworth 1000 for 750 We also have the excl sive sale of the celebrated Perfection Suits tor Young Men Boy and Children atprices that others ask for much inferior goods 1OOOO Rolls of Wall Paper 5 to 4Oc 41IShoesForMinaAdWomenWilliams at 450 and 5 W L Douglas fine Shoes for men at S3 and 350 ArnoldJs Perfection fine Shoes for men at 300 KrippendorfDittman Cos fin Shoes for Women at2503 350 and 4 Smiths Sterling Shoes for Misses and Children We haveall hese Shoes in atent Vici Kid Velour and Box Calf New Spring Attractions In Check and Plaid Novelties in Dress Goods at 15r25 35 50 175 cents and 1 Plain Wool Dress Goods in Black and Colors J Serges Henriettas Panamas Voile Batiste Danish Cloth Chiffon Panamas Mohairs- A great variety at the lowest prices Miscellaneous THE NEWEST NoVELTIES IN Side and Back ComhsL Ribbons BagsEtcThe most attractive stock of Wash goodsincludingMercerized Silks French G Bornoby Ginghams Mulls Batiste etc Newest things in oconet Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries Val Torchon and Laces Rusts 9xi2 Axminister 2a 9x12 Tapestryt16 8x10 Tapestry 1150i qL 4iMoquet Rugs 3 on Cloth Linoleums Iin1 CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN CO r11JJ + + + ++++ + +++ SS ++ + ++ +++ +i i HomeMade Harness are The Best i 7 ju Bear This In Mind4j rf+ de + you Fan eVen see the harness maker wax hisihread no rotten leather is used and then polished in order to deceive the buyer to EVERy SfT ISGUARANTEEDl Ask your dealer for them if he loes not handle our harness come to us and we will tell you where to buy them A set of our harne will long as easternbought harness and our are lower Buy at home i larttwlceis Price 4r We Are Still Domg all Kind ofRe airw01fK at Reasonable Prices- Z We do not sell at retail but yOU can find out Harness on sale at nearly all the general stores in Washington county Wen want a set ask for the homemade and dont take any other kind The homemade are the best and are guaranteed J 1 JyO hJ i r We h ve employedan expert shoemaker of Louisville and will make shoes to order Repairing Ill this departmant at f vm r r freasonable prices V BIAJE GRAJSS MANUFACTtURING COV I SPRINGFIELD KY i 4 t yyI- i +i ++ JI + +++ tz +z14- I e THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1907 j 5 JIT TTi- iTMoneyavngI Prices During the next Thirty Days we will quote to the trade ACTUAL COST PRICES on the following goods JJ h Comforts Blankets Buggy Robes Odds and Ends in winter Suits and Rants Overcoats Felt Boots Childrens Cloaks j Ladies Furs and all jwinter goods Positively these goods will be sold at cost but will not be charged You must pay the Cash We can not name allf 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 goiflg sell at cost You will find some nice bargains Come to set us Grundy Mclntire = Springfield Ky TT ITT TJT tI Dr J11 M1R- ESIDENT Burton DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out PailICROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky ffice in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Postoffice atJenspnton will be lThe tomorrow Pictures and picture frames at reduced prices E A Cox Born to the wife of Mr Frank Gray yesterday a boy FOR RENT ichard Riley Spring field has for rant in Springfield a blacksmith shop and tools y Dr J B RoBards bought tn Lex ngton last weesto very fie mare r Creamery butter milk will be delivered to you at your home in Springfield at lOc per gallon Notify Mr Rpbt Parrot or the creamery There will be a meeting of the stock holders of the Washington County Fair Co here next Saturday OFFICE HOURS Dr H C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to9 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can trom now on be found in his office during these hours COME LEBEN The Washington county grand jury adjourned last week returning eleven indictments FARMS FOR SALEWit W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farm and other property for sale He has hat you wantMEETINGThe protracted meeting at the Christian church berm conducted by State Evangelist JW Cocl e i is growing in interest Eld Cocke is strong orator and his sermons are very instructive and entertaining CARD OF THANKSI want to thank my friends for the kindness shownI during the illness and death wife and to assure them that it will be remembered as long as I live J A COULTER S M Campbell reports county court day sales in Bardstown Monday as be ing good Several head of stock were on the market He also reports a sale Tuesday near New Hope for Harvey Miller everything selling high Cows brought 50 and 51 hay in the stack brought from 14 to 2675 per stock Sheep 8 per head work mules from 125 to 190 per head horses from 122 to 175 per head Sows and pigs from 35 to 50 s Arbitrating Following theconference represen tation of Louisville commercial organizations with Mayor Barth and a sub sequent conference with President Mi nary ot the Street Railway Company yesterdayafternoon it became known that the business interests of the city would strive to bring about a settlement of the differences between the 1 railway company and its striking em ployes through the agency of an inter mediary committee it Dri Them Ashe HrN C February 27W- C Edgerton Masswho came time ago and took a home for the seas nhas been shut u in his house for two weeks with his wifes body and refuses to leave it He has had the body embalmed and spends almost the entire time at the side of the corpse He says he is not going to be separated from her even by death All efforts by his neighbors to comfort him love been repulsed He refuses admittance to all visitors Crape was put on the house by him the day his wife died and he will not allow it to be removed He became almost distracted by grief His young son who is with him has interceded in behalf of the neighbors who call but he replies Dn them they did not come to see her when she was sick and they cant corpe how He is hysterical at times and sits for hours by his wifeis corpse weeping He wished to the body into his sleeping room but through the persua sion of his son it was allowed to remain in the front part of the house where Hejsayswinter season had pkssed in the North and that he will not allow it to be bur ied until the frost is put of the ground Mrs Gray died of pulmonary congestion Thursday night February 11 The house was at once closed and an undertaker summoned who was in structed to clothe the body in fine rai ment and place it in the most expen sive casket that could be obtained After this was done no one but a son and daughter were allowed admittance During the daytime Gray only leaves the body to take slight nourishment and most of the nights he spends in lonely vigil by the casket MOOROSVILLE Born since our last issue to the wife of Ed Cheatham a ten pound girl Also to the wife of Harry Derringer a ten pound girl The A S of E will meet at this plate next Friday night A large crowd is expected to be present Mr Dave Hays left for Louisville where he will reside Mr Joe Goatley has gone to Illinois where he expects to make his future home All of the sick are improving Sev eral new cases of cough have been reported A Mr and Mrs Ed AJ Boblitt t nd son are getting along nicely Aneit little theyjwillrcbuild spe seve last week with the family of Mr and Mrs E S Boblitt at Springfield Mr B M Cull and Lansen Moore visited near Chaplin last Sunday Mrs Stella Pile visited her parents Mr and Mrs L Hirsch near Bloom field the first of the week Mr Jas Truax was in Harrodsburg Saturday on business i 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 ed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria it is the knowing onesthose who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stom ach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson drug gists bOc v Jrr oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo Q I Personal Notes t e 00 e etoQ Personal News e aoe080eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeOe Dr J B RoBards was in Louisville and Burgin last week on business Miss Mattie Robertson spent last week with Mrs Tom Baker at Simms town Mr M H Jones spent several days in Shelbyville and Bloomfieldlast weekjMiss Ellen Gregory after spending several days with her father has re turned to Beaumont college Mr Will Wakefield of Bloomfield was here Monday Mr and Mrs Chas No6 attended the lecture in Lebanon Sunday Mrs J B RoBards was called to the bedside of her father at Burgin Mr C C McGillof Lebanonspent several days here this week Mr John Spalding of Bardstown was in town londay I2Mr J McElroy Jrwho attends school it Danville is at home for a few days =Mr Fred Clark of Bards 9wn spent Tuesday with friends here Miss Susan Irvine of Lebanon is visiting her sister Mrs Geo Wharton Gray Cleaver of Lebanon was IMr Tuesday Mr and Mrs Lewis Rogers were in Louisville Monday Mrs W K Marks is visiting rela tives and friends in Louisville this week Judge and Mrs I H Thurmah are yisiting relatives in Lebanon this week Will Selecman spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville MrrWill Robertson was in Bards j and Sunday Mrs Edgar Martin after a visit to her mother Mrs Henry Leachman left for New York where she will make her future home I MissKnott lis NOW IN CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE BUYING HER SPRING AND SUMMER MIL INERY j I will soon begin receiving my sprin stock of millinery and in advance of its arrival I want to extend an invitation to the ladies of Springfield and Wash ington county to visit my millinery parlors Remember I have moved and am now located in the Searcv Building opposite First National Bank and next door to W T Leachmans Gents Furnishing Store Miss Willie Knott i Mrs Mimms has returned to her home in Catlettsburg after spending severalweeks here Mrs John Edmonds has returned- t her home in Lebanon after a visit MiElroyIIMr H M Grundy and Miss Mary Lee Simms are in Cincinnati this week buying spring goods Miss Willie Knott is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week buS int spring goods Hon W D Claybrooke and Mr David R Litsey will leave Saturday for an extended trip through the south- Mr and Mrs Joseph Claybrooke Claybrookesi reIsister Mrs Joseph Clnybroo e Dr Deboe is quite of lagrip Mrs T D Wells of Lebanon and sister Miss Huston sp nt Friday with friends here Mr Dawson of Louisville spent Sunday with Prof leo Colvin Mr Lawson is corilined to hisroom with lagrip Mr and Mrs F Fo ter Baird of Louisville are visiting Rev and Mrs Lyon Died 3 The infant of Mr an Mrs poei Brady died yesterday and its remains afterInnonmother extend condolence + OOOOOCXX3OOOOOOOOC 3OOOOOOOO Sun and Herald OOOOOOOOOOCX I Sot11ethin Shoes IIT the pattern Iskillfully well that graceful end contribution We 5 OOoobodo0fld0t a WALK OVER SHOES SO Tailor Clothing We are Co ta UARIANTEE FITS Our Spri and Summer and the samples from to the prettiest have seen We have pneyard and r cuts to your suit LARGE SHIPMENTS Of NEWEST AND STYLISH READYMADE CLOTHING FOR SPRING BEING RECEIVED s CANARY IWr W T Barker of spent night with the of 081 car Bottom Mr Cocanougher is no better at thIs writing Oscar Bottom of B BHjdon a biinch of shoats at 3 per head Af Thos Ash sought of R C Canary four shoats for 12 and a horse from p Sam for 75 R bought a tract of lane from Jim Epperson at 65 per acre i Lela spent last week with Sadie Fenwick A is improving nicely at thir writing Nora Bottom visited Lettie Kate AsVf r Messrs Sparrow and Owl you must V come out to see us as we are very fond of Birds at this place k r HE FOOT never gets used to an ill fitting returns with each new pair With the II NAN SHOE there is no with foot as a made so that style and so its shape is retained un iI the The little a to comfort wear and good taste have Hanan Shoes as for men 4 5 = == = 11 agents j g Styles are varied which select are we ever quart from which select t THE BEST MOST ARE NOW Fenwick family George bought Taylor J Young Fenwick Canary Sunday I TheJ EofterI tson Claybrooke Go I ji e I t risw wwr l i tHE S SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1907 n fi8irthday Invitation W Copyright 1906 by Alice Louise LeetAA AA A A AAAAAAAAAAA kkmk HE pen and ink class were T working with their eyes on their model and their ears j strained to catch the sound of- footsteps In the hall It was criticism day and no one tnew at what hour the master would appear hence the unusual silence and application The sudden opening of the door created a stir which amused the newcom era tall young woman with a swing ing independent gait No Im not the master she announced with a laugh but hes just around the corner and Alden is with him andhwhile murmurs of Oh Ze Good and Wish hed come every day arose followed by a Sh A watchful silence ensued broken by a grumble from the far corner Amy your expression is wretched today And there goes the curve of your left arm exclaimed another Then testily Amy do sit still The model Amy Low from the antique class flushed faintly and re sumed her first position She sat side- wise her right arm supported by the 1csUngonherI into view Girls prepare to meet your doom He cometh rumbled Zetella Brown in a sepulchral voice There were fpotsteps in the ball and the sound of voices one high and quer ulous the other low and distinct The door opened and the master entered a short man with a Vandyke beard which he Incessantly worried as he tossed his merciless criticisms right ana left ref ever I saw a face of wood he began at the first easel its right here Hbw Can you look at a face like that pointing at Amy full of delicate cn ves and sensitive lines and then produce such a thing as thlsa face as set as that of an Egyptian mummy Bah Look at It Alden After the master had taken himself and his querulous voice out of the room Mr Alden lingered His pres encequiet grave and reassuringwas ani Inspiration to the class ii Just wish he were our critic ex claimed a tearful girl near Amy Huhr muttered Ze whose easel stood next Catch John Alden here asv regular critic Ever been in his etndios Theyre great The tearful girl had never visited them but Amy had It was months ago when she first came to the city WorkerInthediscovered her one day when he was making the rounds of the room with Van Horn She retained a vivid recol lection of that days The two men had toPped behind bet as she sat absorbed lna drawing of Caesars bust Great Caesar Van Horn had stormed He wquld never recognize Jalmself if he should see his head on your paper She dropped her pencil with a start VaHamsn teddy eyes of the greater artist And EVES I SAW A FACE OP WOOD KB BEGAN when the master ihad mutilated her sketch and passed on John Alden the descendant of that other Alden of stet ling character remained and saved her from utter discouragement concerning her work Alden had followed this with other visits to thee antique class and then the had sattorhlniademure Martha Washington at her spindle in cap and kerchief caught her breath as shethought ot those sittings and now Her time was up and she arose pos essed of one ideato escape from the room without encountering Alden who persistently lingered near the entrance With a feeling of thankfulness she saw Ce gathering up Wr work preparatory to leaving Slipping over to her she whispered Ze come down the corri terVlth me wont you int goodfweaketTrreturned Amy In a panic aa riM MW Alden drawing near ran her hand lightly under the trnftof the taller girl using her as a jcmn until they were safely past the b r nrtist whose eyes folloWea the Martha of his favorite painting Alden doesnt favor pur room as often as he does the antique began Ze with affected nonchalance I wonder why She gave Amys hand a little squeeze I also wonder why he came t Ahem ZeI please dont tease my head aches 9rAmysvoice ended in a choke Zco Vened her eyes widely at the note of ialn In the others tone She pursed liar lips to whistle and then thought better of it as a girl emerged from the door of the life class and exclaimingOh to keep it done up properly You ought to leave t out like this all the time She turned Amys face up and kissed It Impulsively Youre a dear any way The little country girl had won a warm place In the hearts of the art students By the way that Invita tion has arrived by this time of course Oh no Amy tried to speak na- turallyI am not invited Miss Hall Just because rma Daughter of the necessaryforkBut jl supposed that you Miss aresslonZe m going home and sleep off my headache exclaimed Amy hurried ly dropping Zes arm She spoke cheerfully but with qverted gaze Good by Goodby responded Ze looking aft energeticallywith thht child I shall She stopped not being able on the spur of the mo ment to think of a punishment severe enougUr But if eyes tell true tales his do whenever he looks at her Still that matter Is queer She referred to the informal dinner which Alden was giving to a few Daughters and Sons of the Revolu tion on the evening of Feb which Amy had received no Inyltutlon1- It has certainly been delayed She will receive it tonight thought ZeIBut the evenings mall invitation and the unconsciously pa wendstraightshe repaired to Amys room anjd set tIed heraejf comfortably on the bed Now my dear she began being three Inches taller twentyfive pounds heavier aiid four years older than you I intend o talk this matter overj with you whether want me to or not I cannot tjeljeve that John Aided has slighted you Amy smiled faintly and laid liuskin aside But Ze the fact remains that I am not Invited beII tell you obstinately that I lIeve you are You are not only aI Daughter of the Revolution but you are the dearest girl I know and John Aldenno I wont be shut oftAlden thinks so too If Im big enough and old enough and know enough to judge thoughts and I surely can Judge a few of blsZe spoke with vigor and con viction Later after she had tucked Amy into bed as tenderly as she would a child she brushed her hair rapidly to an ac companiment or half indignant half amused thoughts Believes she has been unwomanly and forward with him The shy little thing She couldnt do a forward thing If she tried No I believe the Invitation has gone astraY and I do hope she gives stitute him a charice to see her around the in j This htiPfie was destroyed the very next day at the door of the antique room where Ze and Amy encountered Alden He removed his hat with a bow In Zes direction but with his eyes on Amys face from which all warmth liad fled I have been looking at your work on Ciceros headMIss Low he began Will you allow me to add a few had not believed Amys manner could be so formal and cold Thank you but I have Just thrown that sketch aside I am beginning another The muscles about Aldens mouth tightened With a quick movement he swung on his heel bowed and walked away without a word Ob you little wretch breathed Ze seizing Amys shoulders in an impatient shake but a glance at the girls face caused her hands to drop If ever Im in love she confided to her easel a moment later may the saints preserve me from Idiocy Her Alden has left In a white heat and I wager we dont see him again In la godd while She was rightLThe aYlJ mall brought no Invitation or explanation but still Ze steadily proclaimed VI believe its sent and has been lost You know Mr Alden will receive as George Washington at the dinner and In his invitations he has assigned each o of us the character he wishes us to represent volunteered Miss Hall the 21st of February as she showed Amy a photograph of Aldens Martha Washington picture which she had just secured You ought to have been In vlted dear as Martha Amy worked on steadily Some one else will make a better Lady Washing ton no doubt stie but she told hereelfpassionately that DO one else had a rlghtto be Martha Involuntarywords dropPedso unworldly wise as to misunder stand hIm Washingtons birthday found the boarding house on Fiftysecond street astir later than usual Ze did not open her eyes uptUI0 oclock and then she opened them on Amy with an offering of bread arid Jam You dear smuggler she exclaimed h J j i t 4 r 7 hewing valiantly at th dry bread Longhoclire their bread crusts Amy I had n idea to the swell hours f the night- end I thought to treasure It as such Ideas are few but Oh yes Go and bring your wastebasket to me Amy stared Ze you are not yet awake are you Very much awahc and wanting to be obeyed Go hence tragically Ariiy obeyed with a laugh which did not conceal the hollows under her eyes The basket proved to be full contain- Ing a large number of unopened art circulars Ze plunging among these with awakened Interest suddenly ut tered an exclamation Eureka Ive found It Ive found It I was right after all Hurrah Slipped among the leaves of a circu lar was a square envelope addressed to Miss Amy Low In a big flowing hand With fingers which shook Amy opened the missive It contained a note be sides the formal invitation nnotc which brought the blood surging up on her temples and a tremulous smile to PARDON ME MISS DROWN i THOUGHT WAS VAN Holes her lips Ze be asks me to be Mar tha she almost whispered without Cooking up and wishes me to wear the costume I wore when I sat for the picture There was something else In the note which Amy did not mention And so you shall cried Ze Its not too late Amy shook her head You forget Ze that it Is noon now That makes no difference cried the other planning energetically You have made the mistake anti It Is your duty to fix things up the best way you can You owe It to John Alden Amy glanced again at the last few lines 0f the note and faltered If he should have selected another Martha by this time Huh exclaimed Ze unbelievingly Well leave that for him to settle All I wont of you Is to do the decent thing and that Is chaperoned by meme with laughjng emphasis you are going Instanter to his studio explain the mistake and ask for the togs which make a Martha Oh Ze I couldnt cried Amy turn Ing her burning face away Half an hour later Ze the energetic disappeared When she came back It was to Amys room where she busied herself In the clothespress Here are your wraps came her muffled voice and Ive ordered a cab It will be here In five minutes so you better hustle Oh Ze how ununwomanly Amy whispered at the entrance to the Ar lington on the top floor of which were the studios Ze pressed her lips together and rang for the elevator She was determined not to give Amy an opportunity to think Up they flew to the top floor where Amy paused In a sudden reali zation of what she was doing but Ze hurried along to a certain door and gave It a hasty rap her eyes turned back to where Amy stood like a startled wren ready for flight Come in shouted a familiar voice You come out muttered Ze indis tinctly giving a louder rap The door opened hastily and Alden appeared Why he began rand then with a change of voice continued Pardon me Miss Brown I thought It was Van Horn Wont you Ze interrupted him briskly casting an apprehensive glance over her shoulder No I thank you Ive brought Miss Low along and I think If you will interview her youll find there has been a mistake made that no one is to blame for With this bald and direct state ment she discreetly withdrew around a corner having had the satisfaction of seeing the artist turn down the hall with a face as pate as Amys own What mistake Miss Low he ask ed stopping a little distance from her Amy followed Zes retreating figure wlthj startled XQS Why she found the Invitation pnjy this morning In in pushedherseltup tlmldlyrshe made me come to ex plain and Blessed be Miss Brown said Al den with a ring Iq his voice which car ried the words to Vie But If you have Invited another Lady Washington I ha vent interrupted Alden Theres Just rae Lady Washington for me you Jiayefead my noteAmynot only for thed Inner tonight but for all time Will you coiner Yes whispered Amy but bees caped Aldens outstretched hands blushing I must go find Zo she said naively hurrying down the hall Alden laughed happily and followed All right I want to find Miss Brown myself and askfor the honor ot shak tag hhnds with hers J i SEE SURONS WORK Under New Anesthetic Patients tNoPairUT Ii Kansas City Doctor Chats Pleasantly With Man He Is Cutting Up and Vic tim Takes DanIgerous Operation Surgical science as applied to anaes thetics may be revolutionized ns the result of four wonderful operations performed by Dr Hal W Foster of Kansas City disc verer of a new local anaesthetic ass ted by Dr John Young Brown of St Louis at the St Louis City hospita Dr Foster successfully operated on four patients who were perfectly conscious every moment were under the knife The tallsas City wizard HE WATCHED THE CUTTING CLOSELY drove all feeling from the vicinity of that part of the body where he pro posed to ttftlr his discovery t Although undergoing dangerous and painful patients talked throughout the ordeal without any suffering oldlsromtorwhateer Many famous St Louis surgeons stood around the operating table and marveled while Dr Foster operated on a man for strange lated hernia Doctors dread this operation because It la both difficult and d ingerous The patient watch ed thecuttlng proc pleasantlyisurgeon had a guinea pig under the knife instead of his own body The sitr cons con atulnted Dr Fos ter at the conclusion of his marvelous feat and predicted that the anaesthetic will bring him worldwide fame The dangers of ministering chloro form and ether will be done away with If the new anaesthetic Is a success Persons with a weik heart and other constitutional weaknesses can go under the knife without tear Crazed oy Increase of His Salary Because he bad received an increase In snlnry while an imployeeof the Il lInols Eastern Hospl tal For the insane In Kankakee Philip Couture war reed so much n out ills rinsed pay that his mind became nbalanced and he has been adjudged sane and commit ted to the hospital where he was formerly employed Cc uture was employed as a painter ate ins ltutlon and his monthly salary was Increased from 35 to 50 This it eems was such a great surprise to Couture that he never recovered from the shock His friends say that he never appeared right after he saw his pay Six Frogs Skins oi Womans Arm Seventytwo square inches of frog skin have been grafted on the arm of Mrs Orville Klzer o South Bend Ind with apparent success The grafting was done by Dr Stanley A Clark Mrs Klzer was burned while heating turpentine about nine mouths ago Six live frogs were ed of their skin and the cuticle grafted The arm did not present an appearance when the work was completed but as the green outer skin of the frog sloughs off the same as the outer skin of a hu man being the under layer is the only one that will adhere and this Is the part that Is needettt- Widow Walks 244 Miles Mrs Mary Smith thirtyfive years old widow of an Oklahoma settler re cently reached shelter In the Home of the Friendless at Cincinnati She said she had walked to Cincinnati irons Evansvllle Ind a distance of 241 miles and is on her way back to Charleston W Va her old home Two years ago the family went west but drew a poor claim This was followed by the death of their three children Sick at heart and wife start ed lack east but In Bt Louis he was taken sick and died leaving her with out a cent Gots 101 For Burned Whiskers J Samuel Beatty Rev ntsIX years old of Wellston 0 was awarded by the circuit court 101 damages against the Southern Ohio Gas for his lcr of a luxuriant growth of whisk ers burned off In a gas two years ago F S HI Hand received 0000 for Injuries received in the same explosion l PIGS TAIL DISRUPTS A TOWN Uncle Sam Called In to Settle Curious Controversy- A little pigs curly tall has stirred up the town of Wellington 0 to a pitch of excitement such as It has not experienced since the Mothers club de nounced bridge whist or since old Sun Sedley thought he had discovered an oil gusher In his front yard The town is divided Into two camps over that pigs tall One cohort main talus and proves by the fiftyseven varieties of logic from Socrates down to Herbert Spencer that Luella Under wood didnt wouldnt and couldnt send the tall to the former Mrs Claude Platt through the mulls And if she did why it served a divorcee Tight anyhow But the other legion is merciless to ward Luella This camp believes and shows conclusively why it believes that Luella Underwood sent that pigs tail to Mrs Platt And if she didnt why 4with right to be trapsing around orced man even It she was going to dope with him to Cleveland and get in irrled Old Sin Sedley the only man in Wellington who hasnt yet committed himself said that It tens funny If Luel la mid Claude werent going to elope as they declared they werent why did they send the pigs tail to exMrs and If they didnt send It as they sa they didnt why were they In the post office when exMrs Platt opened he moll with that single pigtailed in closured envelope the only thing In th box But the former Sirs Platt blocked the planned elopement and marriage If such it was When she opened the letter continuing thy unique Inclosure and heard the suppressed giggle as she says she did behind her she straightway made a formal complaint to th postmaster mind Platt and Miss Un derwoorf were arrested When arraigned before United State Commissioner Walther both Platt and the young woman denied having sea Mrs Plqtt the pigs tail surd the letter accompanying It But they were jalle nevertheless for a hearing Lean CAUSES DIVORCE Erring Infidelity Revealed to Wife by Telescope The common pleas court of Pittsburg has developed a new method of detect ing tbumitul Infelicity The plan was discovered by residents along the high the Ohio river and extending westward from lower Alle gheny the new scheme to gather evi deuce for a divorce case is to follow the suspects to the river and then perched on a convenient lookout watch the lovers through field glasses Mrs Claudia Geer Van Pelt who Is seeking M divorce from her husband r VAN TEXT AND liltS LEWIS WERE BEEN ON THE OPTOSrtE BANK Arthur Van Pelt produced witnesses who testified to seeing her husband in company with the corespondent known as Mrs N R Lewis at a distance of 1500 feet The witnesses were on t north side Of the Ohio river while Va Pelt and Mrsf Lewis were described as being together on the opposite bank Mrs Van Pelt Is well known in Allegheny and Bellevue and always took a great interest In social affairs She is regarded as one of the prettiest women of that section Attached to the testimony was photograph of the corespondent attire- la blouse and a pair of soldiers trot- secs Her head was surmounted by a large rough rider hat and in her right hand she had a small revolver Made Cold Slaw of Wifos Lace A resident of Woodbury Conn turning home late at night found he thought was cabbage in a bowl the pantry He cut It up and dress it to taste with oil vinegar salt pepper ate It all and retired T cold slaw was fine he remarked ne morning to his wife So kind of you to leave the cabbage handy Then the wife discovered that four yards of lace worth 20 which she had left In a bowl to starch was gone The hus hand had mistaken it for cabbage He Sleeps Standing Up John Berry of Anderson Ind stayed awake barely long enough to avoid a Jail sentence In this clty He Informed Judge Polndextdr that he could sleep standing sitting or lying down Berry was found standing and snoring in Spring street He was taken to jail and was aroused sufficiently to speak his name between yawns When he was arraigned In police court he went to sleep facing the court r Dr1 W F Tnistv i Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalworkatreasonableprices AD Office over flaydon Barber 1 Bsr Dr LAKE 1InsuranceSPRINGFIELD KEtfJUGKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable ana the best dividendpaying company in the world Your solicited HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD = KENTUC OFFICE HOURS 7 to 9a m I 4to8p m yr J C Mudd KENTUCKYr eOFFICE J HAYDONS STORE Office Hours12 M to 2 P Mo Dr W W Ray SURGEONeOffice opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 DdSPRINGFIELD KY 0 Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No 38 MISS ELLA ADAM5vt rf NURSEI TELEPHONES 5U Day 49 Night 109 Ii T SCOTT AUYES V Ii ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonandand Federal Cour t8YC C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts rDATTYATLAW CLAYBROOKE Springfield Ky Will practice in tne courts of Washington AppealsW E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonand MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Sprngfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Washington Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERSpringfield Crying of public sales a s treasonn y NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH StoreaContractsIbeen in the business for thirtvQve voar- sTHOSfJ Graves reMISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY edNURSE 9xlitChi 06 OOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer JSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets aid Burial Rates Telephone DaylS Nigh 4Lr Jh 1 IILf TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY M 1t r 7 I IIiIIIIII1A Piano Placed 1 1 In Your Home On Trial ti t IFence with us Being the largest piano dealers in the South and1uymgtherp in lots e ablsus to quote prices on Pianos Placer Pianos ad Piano Players that will carloadI convince the most skeptical that we can do all we say if given the opportunity consists ofthb following worldfamous makes V J PR1CEi78UPI J ow MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO I 628630 Fourth INCORPORATED Avenue IyiPSISSSSSIS SsISISI i1SISS4 Sis SsStSISaSISISSlS SsS JFROM ALL OVERTHE STATE HALF IA DOZEN Arrested at the Behesjt of the Law and SOrder League Richmond KyT W Reaves John E Sexton Dan Harris Charles Graw ford Spencer Burton and Vulcan Ir vine were arrested here on warrants charging them with the buying and selling registration certificates The warrants were sworn out by N B Deatherage chairman of the Law und Order League Sexton proprietor of a saloon Is trasurerlof the Saloon- Keepers Protective Association 7 MIL TDJN r of Lexington Well Known Irv Turf Circles Marrd Cincinnati John M Dean of Lex ington Ky and Miss Beetle Anderson of Stamping Ground arrived In this city and Immedla el went to the courthouse where they secured a II cense and later were qu etly married Mr and Mrs Dean are spending a short honeymoon In CInt InnatI before returning to the old Kentucky home IT WAS LOADED Fatal Play With a Pistol By the Bailey Boys Lexington KyLeander Bowling motorman for the Lexlhgton Street Railway Co received a report from Crawford Laurel county iKy that his cousin Leander Bailey aged 10 hnsI shot and killed his brother Sidney Bailey The children Were playing with a pistol wTiich they thought was not loaded I Ice Men in Session Louisville KyThe annual convention of the Middle States Ipe Producers is being held here The delegates ar rived from Cincinnati by boat President E C Balzhlser of Cleveland Clay Whitely of the Indiana Ice Producers association Paul C Earth of Louisville sppkej at the early meeting after which plant of the Frank Fehr Brewing Co and the build ings of the Vogt awl the Almerlcan Ma chine Cos were visited Will Liquidate Louisville KyonAprll 17 the Louisville and Jetrersonvllie Ferry Co one of the most timehonored institu tions in and around the rails Cities will go Into liquidation This was de cided upon only after a most bitter fight between the ImlnprJty and ma jority stockholders the fbrmer desir ing to keep up the company Grainger Will Accept Louisville Ky Former Mayor Charles F Grainger will pe tendered the presidency of th LoulSviile Water Co and has decided to accept the po sition This will change the complex Ion of the coming race as Grainger had been Considered one of the principal candidatesj for the democratic nomination ExSlaves QUeeT Stunt Maysvllle KyLui Robinson a negro of thiPcountv who was sold sprlngdali March 30 1851 at e countyi pro poses to cele rat the next anniver sary by preaching on the spot of his sale He that 1920 will witness the end of the world Twas an Old Grudge Warsaw KyABobert Kennedy shot and fatally wdunded John Reed jr at Patriot Ind ten miles above Warsaw The trouble dated from an old grudge which was renewed at Rossos saloon where Kennedy Is bar keepor In Strange Caches Glasgow Ky Followlng the death of Joseph Skeeters supposedly pov ortystrickeri 3000 in gold and silver was found In boxes flax sacks arid tin cans secroted about his house WITH PISTOLS AND KNIVES Four Men Fought in a Boat Three Dying Aftiirl Reaching Shore Sergent Ky5Thacker Rice and Speed and Elijah Bailey brothers were killed In a desperate fight In a boat when crossing the Middle Fork of the Kentucky rlver 20 miles below here With them was John Ellsmore A dispute had arisen between Ells more and Biqei whereupon the Bailey brothers took sides with Rice Ells more without Yarning whacked Rice on the head with an oar and then a battle with plstbls and knives followed Ellsmore hlttiself badly wounded finally reached hore with his compan ions but they died soon afterward The fight followed a carousal at a neighbors s home BELOVED WOMAN DIES After Short Illness Mrs Blandford Passes OWensboroAVfYin Owensboro Ky1Mrs M ll Bland ford one of the best known and most lovable women In this city dlejd at her home on Crittendjen street aft r an Ill ness of only two weeks of the grip She was seventythree years old and on account of her wide charity and kindly disposition wasjjgreatly loved by a large circle of She leaves eight children They are City Treasurer C H Blandford of Central City W Hand J W Blandford of Owensboro Ky Miss Irene Blandford bwensboro Sister Vincent bovlngton Ky Mrs W I Beaven Bardstown Mrs S F- Ramer Columbus Junction Iowa Mrs J M Wathen Dallas Tex COLT KICKED The Lantern Over and a Car of Horses Burned iTo Death Lexington KyBy a colt kicking a lantern over In a horse car Jn the L N railroad yard alt Paris the straw In the car was Ignited and the whole In tenor was In Ilames In a moment The grooms fled in their fright leaving flve twoyearold thoroughbreds owned by J E Cushing of Minneapolis Minn which were valti d it 10000 to burn to death They were to be shipped to Wind sor Can where they were to have been put in training r Chickering Sons Decker Sons J Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Armstrong Marshall Wendell Foster lCo 1 sohrnerGecilian FarrandCecilian and 1the Autopiano- The CecilianA player that can beat tached to any make piano In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano ml your home on trial and if youarenotsat isfied with it ve will take it ouL and the trial will not cost you a cent A Louisville BOUGHT BY POWERS From State Librarian Are Copies of Report Anent His Case t Frankfort KyCaleb Powers the noted Goebel murderer prisoner now confined In the Scott county jail of Georgetown purchased from the state librarian copies of all volumes of re ports of the Kentucky court of ap peals containing opinions of the court in the murder case In which he Is charged He Is preparing for his next trial at Georgetown In July or August of this year WITH A KNIFE The Discharged Employe Approached But a Bullet Killed Him HIckman KyAt Paper Wood camp near here Charles Beckham shot and killed A H Robertson Beck ham foreman of the camp had diaL charged Robertson Robertson refusad to leave saying either he or Beckhani must die Beckham avoided him for two days but on seeing him coming into the commissary with a knife shot him Beckham surrendered He claims selfdefense INJUNCTION Against Purchase pj Tobacco Issued By Judge Marshall i Versailles KyJudge Marshall on petition of the board of control of Woodford county granted a temporary Injunction against the American To bacco Co enjoining it from buying any tobacco pledged to the Burley Tobacco society In Woodford county The case will probably be carried to the court of appeals Hillarys Mistake Owensboro Ky Hillary Rice was arrested on a charge of bigamy Some time ago Rice filed a suit for divorce and he was under the impression that the divorce had been granted He Was married to wife 2 last week It Is understood that wife No 1 caused his arrest The divorce was not granted at the last term of court J W Lucas Will Louisville KyThe will of J W ltfcasra former Cincinnati vinegar manufacturer who was a member of the local firm of Knadler Lucas was tendered for pobate A fund of 5000 Js set aside for the education of five of his grandchildren The remainder of the property Is to be divided equally among the tour children Abstracting Valuable Land Mayking KyC Bascomb Slemu and Wm Slemp of Big Stone Gap Va sons of Congressman Slemp of the Ninth Virginia district are here ab stracting their hundreds of acres of coal and timber lands recently pur chased in this section WiU Lecture in Fayette Lexington KyJ T Sharp state organier of the American Society of Equity has decided to spend a week In Fayette county speaking to the tobacco growers In the voting precincts in the Interest of the society The Touch That Heals is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever compounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or its Haydon JEROME PUT IN BUSY SUNDAY DISTRICT ATTORNEY HAS A CONFERENCE WITH ALIENISTSI Delmas Stenographer Calls on Prisoner and Consults With Him Thaw AttendS Services New York March 11 Dolphin M Delmas senior counsel for Harry K Thaw communicated with his client through lila confidentlaj stenographer who was admitted to ithe Tombs earlv in the day The young woman said that she had come from Mr Delmas who was spending the day at Atlantic City and after being identified by Warden Flynn was escorted to the second tier where she talked for some time with Thaw outside the gate I Upon receiving the girl the prisoner spent some time Inj writing after which he summoned a cleric to whom he gave 5 to defray the expense of some longdistance telephoning This disposed of Thaw turned his intention to a letter from his mother which lied been brought to the Tortibs by Josiah Thaws chauffeur For 45 minutes Tjjaw was engagel In answering his mothers letter and some time later devoted nearly an hour in replying to a letter which In the meantime had arjrived from his wife n the ORoilly of Thaws afternoontlr UpOn leaving the he had found the prisoner In prctt good spirits Thaw attended the jchapel service He had nothing to si to newspaper men beyond the message that he had been warned by counsel that he should have nothing further ItO say and that his attorneys would ih ve to do the talking District AttorneyjoTEfome remained at his in confer enee with the alienists for the state At1torneyraphers who made copies of questions which later were submitted to Jerome rl Subpoena servers were kept busy throughout the day and made frequent trillS to the criinjnal courts building and to Mr Jeromes home When asked as to the preparation being mpde by Jerome for the rebuttal which will ppen Monday Mr Garvin said that nothing could be made public STR ISorIStreet Car Employes Quit Work Electricians Join YI Louisville March 11treet car pas senger traffic was suspended here The employes of the Louisville Railway Co walked out at 5 o lock Sunday morning and the strike Is on FedernUQ11ofmania hall Ben Commons sixth vice president of the International Asso latlon of Street and Henry OUot Cincinnati presi dent of the Ohio State Federation of Labor spoke John Young president of the Louisville Federation Issued the call and presided at tIe meeting The federation voted moral and financial support to the strikers and attemlltlnoment store will advertise the establlsh ment by It of a private iuto line to bring customers to Its storp The electricians at the power plant did not walk out as had been expected by union sympathizers bttt it Is said that this will be put to their union thetfirst of this week TWO VESSELS GO DOWN German Cargo Steamer and Trawler Founder In North pea Berlin March 11A dispatch from Cuxhaven reports the loss of H liveslby the foundering oftwo vesselsabGerman cargo steamer George Wottern and a tniwlerrdurjng a heavy gale in the North sea The dis patch says no further details have been received but that It jls believed those drowned comprised nil aboard both yessels JI Hugh Wave Hits Steamer New York March llRhe French line steamer La Havre March 2 carrying more ban lQOOr passengers arrived here after perhaps the most severe experience of the transAtlantic lines that haYe recently reported rough weather The Htjeamer ran Into a series of gales which in creased In violence until Thursday when a monster wave swept the main deck ail forced Capt Tournler to bring his trembling craft to She drifted eight hours before the voyage could be safely resumed Theater In Ruins Knoxville Team March llvThe Lafollette theater and several adjoin bytilrebelieved Father and Children Dead Buffalo March 1LMicliael Bower a welltodo farmer and his ten year old daughter Isabel were instantly killed on a crossing of the Erie rail road at Lancaster Dower Ifiyear old daughter Rosa Is dying from her injuries Woman Bullfighters Injured El Paso Tex March 11 five of the woman bullfighters whose farewell appearance In the ring wu the attraction at the Juarez Plaza del Toroes were Injured by being gored or tossed by the bunsI t J THE MAJORS TOAST It Turns Out to Be a Roast Thanks to Mrs Spilker veryfatvoid of hair as a porcelain doorknob Ills wife Mrs Algitha Spilker is scrawny sarcastic and deaf A person could kick a tin bathtub down the back steps ail nlgfft and Mrs Spilker would snore like tl Onass horn in bliss ful ignorance of the noise which proved that she is rather deaf ofihlchparty und hfcr husband Sbenever fails toaccept an Invitation to one or to carry the other with her Xqt long ago they attended a birthday party and the major was down to propose the health otThe babies Being very fond of children It was thought that this toast would just suit the major Unfortunately for Major Spilker and the assembled guests he changed his warnJnghisthought her husband would confine himself to thq toast of the little plies Now Major Spilker said Mrs Barker the hostess as the dinner advanced it Is your turn to give your toast and pray say something compli mentary to our sex When my charming hostess said the major rising requests me to do- a thing it is ray duty to obey Therefore 1 take pleasure In drinking tIlt health of the ladies The ladies cherish- us in prosperity soothe us In adversity and by their tender ministerlngs light en the burden of life I drink to tIll ladies When the applause subsided Mrs Spilker Ignorant of the true subject of the toast but glowing with pride and admiration said Oh Mrs Barker you dont know how fond the major ISof them I have seen him have two or three on hfs lap at once and Algitha gasped the major Just teasing the life out of the poor dear things He is such a favor ite with them and every chance he gets he Is sure to have them In his arms or be romping with them Hes manItr I Major Spilker fell back In his chair with a groan TitBits A False Alarm Village Dame Ah I do think as gent tlefolk dont know what trouble be Theres my darter now Just lost the last one o seven she aye after all the trouble sheve took wF em feedln em on the best But twere no use Theyve died one after t other Squire Dear dear Id no Idea your daughter had had so many children Dame Children I be talkin o pigs Punch What We Eat A food Inspector In Manchester No H found one lot of beef and pork in a stall that was rather ques He called in the owner of the place Look here he said what is your opinion of this meat The butcher looked It over I had forgotten all about that he said It Is pretty old stock Vell what Is your opinion of IOIe uIy opinion said the butcher slow Is that It Is unfit for human food u It might do for sausage Wom ans Home Companion Subscribe for The Sun SLOO year Incoming Trains Outgoing Trains Always Keeps Chamberlains Cough Remedy in His House We mould not be without Chamber lains Cough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home says W WKearney editor of the Indepen dent Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When keptat hand ready for instant use a cold may be checked at the outset and ithasremedy is also without a peer for croup m children ami will prevent the attack when given a soon as the child becomes or even after the croupy cougH appears which can only be done when the remedy is kept at hand For sale by every dealer in the Blue Grass Cape Cod Folk i Some curiously appropriate names are to be found among the citizens ot a small village on Cape CodTh local lumber dealer Is named Luis2 bert the milkman is Mr Waterman the fish merchant Is Mr Phinney the minister Is rtr Paradise and the jiro vision dealer Is Mr Bacon 1 P ooaioaooIiaoo31ao o THEeo Chaplin Water 1 i Power Roller Mills Ia o S o MAKES THE S r t 0 BEST FLOURIS THE BEST MEAL I IJ G In Springfield and many 5 other sections of Washington g 2 county our brands are sold S Buy them and get THE J3EST 1 DB SUTHERLAND tCHAPLIN KY 5o S- TIlE ooo9o0qo oo SUN AND Both p pera 1 yr Bryans CommonerL1Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville Americanm 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquire L75 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 115 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat v 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and FarmL2AgriculuristL75American American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside L35 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Magazine 28i Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine4IiHarpers Weekly435L5Y CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES I t J The Sun and The Louisville Times oneyear5 08 The Sun and the Daily Courier t Journal except bunday 6 140 Same including Sunday 8 204 The Sun aird the daily Courier fJournal any three days in the week3 71 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 3t The Sun and the Sunday Courl ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 2 00 t The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vearOi 4 OQ L and N RWlroad Time Table i 1 onlyNo DailyNo Daily No 43 Suny only No 90 DailYfr f I IArrVesntSpringfield No44 Daily J ILeaves Springfield 525 a m 715 at m 100 p nu Leaves Bardstown 612U 800U 220U Leaves Bardstown Junctn 655 845U 410 p m Arrives at Louisville 745u 935u 545 p m CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Gt r l COHPORATBD Long distance lines and telephones of tii this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern vIllinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and safjfefactory communication with the i people fthls great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELLl LELAND HUME T D wEil President A Oenl Manager 8 cjr ft Atat Geul Mgr TarI t J l j JfMv j B If ti THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 19071 PUBLICI SALEIIi AND f I AUCTION f ipff Saturday3 March 16 1FOn the above date we will offer for sale at public auction the following One nineyearold mare good worker and good driver another good mare One 2yearold filly thirteen 60pound shoats four Brood sows two spring wagons one buck boark surrey and har- nessK one good milk cow one yearling heifer 800 boards 150 posts one huckster wagon and a lot of other stock etc Sale to Commence at inIAtidtionOf oclock Wt will also s ll ort the same date a lot of Odds and Ends and r lItIftanISln Calicoes Etc Shoes Hats Caps Shirts Clothing In fact a great many useful articles will be sold at this auction W T WELLS BROp WILL1SBURG KENTUCKYY fr sPARROW rl After being bsentfor some time on account of sickness we will again make 1 ur appearances Master Elwood Moore who had the Misfortune to fracture one of his arms a few days agoj is improving We hope ib see him out in a few days E M Romine of near this place is very ill with pneumonia Tomie Vow ahis confined to his bed with lagrip vJbce Burgin who has had a severe at tack of pneumonia is improving Mrs Jag Franklin and son Fred are both confined to thei beds with lagrip The sale of GJ W Romine last week was well attended and everything sold well The fanp which contains 125 acres was bought by L C Jenkins at 929 per acre Mr Jenkins also bought ti W H Romi e an adjoining tract of Bind containing fifty acres at 20 per seen FM Sparrow soldto S P Burgin a Souse and lot containing two acres of land for 250 Thos Dnskel sold to Geo Terrell a fact of land for 700 J 0 Webb solid to Frank Montgomery ane sow and pigs fqr 39 Jas Franklin ought of J W Shields 5 one 3yearold stallion Chester Dare jFor 225 ThOs Burgin fold his crop of tobacco to Mr Snukes ojf Chaplin for six cents 3 er pound Mrs Allie Barnettand daughter Miss kappa Barnett spent a few days last week with Dr Vf T Barnett and wife r Mackville W C Cammack and family Spent last Sunday with WjR Moore and family Mrs Dave Yoclim of Leathers Store spent one day last week with her moth er at this place Married on last Wednesday after aoon at the home of the brides father Odds and Ends = = p m IoMr Thos Peach Miss Lettie Peach and Mr Jesse Pe4ch Rev DSMoore officiating Mr W R Moore tells his of a re aboutIthe TheIwhen fattened and killed iveighed 650 pounds HlLLSBORO Miss Maggie Montgomery is on the sick list Mrs Matt Inman several days last week inlHarrodsb rg Misses Zo a and Judith Montgomery ShieldsiastTom Coulter spent Sunday with J M Montgomery Misses Susie and Bertha Edgerton spent Monday afternoon with Miss Palistine Reed Ernest Shewmaker of Willisburg spent Saturday night with Hr J M Montgomery Mr Jim Pat Brewer Sunday with Mr John Mrs J M LeachmanJ Monday afternoon cr Mrs in tErastus ay night mery Mon day with friends near Mt SItLost and Lost between 930 pm y and noon today a bilious with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at Haydon Robertsons drug store a box of Dr Kings New PiUs the guaranteed jaundice + + jn 1 WANT = ii W t B+ I am constantly in the market for butcher cattle 3 Let me make you an offer when you have any for sale XIalso Want to buy Sows and Pigs and occasionally JButchergood Sheep IJd t JI Veal Calves zWanted at all Times t4I Notify me by letter or telephone and if possible I willcome and lookat the stockfI GILBERT CARPENTER 1SIt t I I tl 43Htiftty I Itl itt tI rj Red- Bird Here we are now boys with Red Bird The Peacock of the Flock The one we have been needing for a yourinterestget this horse and now it is up to you asyoursIfgetherRed Bird is the finest breeder in the State The reason I can say this is because he has proven himself to be the best His colts have sold for higher prices than any colts I can mention This horse is a standard bred saddle horse and is registered This goes to prove thathe is a very fine horse also- a splendid breeder Look at his last years colts they will stylefirmNow gentlemen if want a saddle horse you warn one that can step some if you want a harness horse goThanking years pat ronage and hoping to have it increased by the year 1907 Sun ShineI know you are not going to use sad dIe horses alltogether so remember the famous harness horse SUN SHINE Sun Shine defeated Glen Brook the famous horse that won 165 blue ribbons out of 185 entries in the ring He also defeated Rex Arbuckle who won the blue ribbon at the Lexington State Fair Bill Goebel jJackBillcounty Look for my bills and other a ver tising in a short time Dont forget that I am still a Springfield Ls Ds BAKER HARDESTY Mrs Eliza Carney and children o f near Willisburg spent last Sunday withhermother Mrs Sarah Gray o this place Mrs W B Barlow and daughter Miss Texie returned home Wednesday after an extended visit with andrelatives in Mackville Miss Tayie Goodlet and Bessye Drury were in Springfield last Friday Mr Albert Shehan and niece Mis Della Virgin of Maud took dinner at the home of Mr J H Gray Wednesday MrP B Prather was here Tuesday on business Little Johnnie Smothers is on toe sick list Mr Hallis Hickerson of Mackville bought of J R Gray a brood m- arHeartburn e You know what itis few people are ex empt from frequent spells of this dis trcomplaintThe becomes impaired while severe gnawing or- burningsensationisex perienced in the upper part of the abdomen Heartburn is one of themanywaysinwhichthe expresses disapproval of illtreatment warns you tp be en Dr CaldwelFsLaxative PepsinIves strengtheningthereturn of the trouble PEPSIsarising from the stomach bowels livet puritycanfolkDRCALDWELLS PEPSIN halfdoUar ItdoesYour postal card request will brinjr by return DRCALDWELLBOOK wondcrfWremedy coMantlesllo RED CROSS DRUG STORE- 1a price 160 Solomon Kay of Hillsburp was here Saturday qn business Mr WillieVandike is sick with measles atl the home of Mr JA Tucker near Fredricksbulrg Miss Lena Crow is spending the week with her aunt Mrs Hopie Cheatham at Litsey Mr Goatleyj of Valley Hill and Hubert Virgin of Maud were callers at Tine Grove Sunday afternoon lJEmma the little nineyear old child of Derry Hardesty of California died Sunday evening of pneumonia and whooping cough Afflicted With Rheumatism I was and am yet afficted with rheumatism says Mr JTC Bayne editor of the Herald Aldington IndianTerri tory but thinks to Chamberlains Pain Balm I am ableo ce more to attend to busires It is the best of lini ments If troubled with rheumatism sriye Pain Balm a trial and you are certain tobe more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords One application relieves the pain For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue- Grass S p ringfie d Market Bacon Haras 15c Sides114c cIBeoawax 25c per round Butter lrc to 20c per pound Chickens Hens 7c Spring8e- Driodapples 5c pelpound Dne karTc per pound Corn3foal75cto per bushel Egl8he per dozen Featberu 44e perponnd FlourS2ato Ginseng S750 per pound ftkHldesGrcend124 per pound LimoSOu to S1OO per barrel Mill productsBran80f slilpatuff fiWji per Potatoes Country jSattil5 arrel v Tallow leper pound Vinegar25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Bnrrv and s14ccloarotg- rease 20c tub washed28c Country Sorghum J5cto50c Geese35c a peace l A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Main St says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs jfo take Dr Kings New htup proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat an lung remedies together Used as cough and sold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis whooping coughcroup quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN tinder this head all persons who are sub hens to The Sun may trop ot charge advertisements or wheat corn oats and other wantedrserted In another department of the paper at low rates asseason T E Ballard Rt 5 has for sale Buff Orpington Single Comb Whites Leghorn and Pit Game eggs also Pekin Duck eggs at 100 for 15 Mammoth Bronze turkey oggs lOc each Mrs P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has Ifor sale Cornishindie Game hens D G Dragoo Rt 2 has for sale two good work mules 15J hands high 4 yearsold Emmett Settles Booker has for sale twenty head of sheep Mrs R B CregorRt 3 Lebanon has for sale one and two year old gin pricesThethe comjng season and the yearlings are fine nd large Anytime trom now to the middle of April or the first of May is the time to set out Ginseng A d Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotts White Ply moth Rocks and singlecomb Brown Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 C L Grundy Rt 1 has for sale one registered shorthorn bull 8monthsold also one Chester White male shoat- S E Shewmaker Rt 3 has for sale two good brood bares and one 5year old horse L C Young route 2i has for sale a sixyear old jack Mrs B L Litsey Pleasant Grove has for sale a lot of Buff Orpington roostersyoungJ wants 50 or 75 bushels of good corn Richard Beffeley Texas has for sale 200 firstclass locust posts R B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale six gilts that will farrow the first of May Reed Spalding Route 3 has for sale 500 bushels of recleaned seed oats Stocked from Northern Illinois last yearMiss Eliza Mclntire Route 5 Spring field has forsale Pure Mammoth Bronze turke s My pen is headed bv one of Mrs Wrights prize winners at the Lou isvllle po 1try show won first prize Mrs L IE Ross Rt 1 has for sale White Pekin duck eggs 50c for twelve It will not cost you a cent to try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver lets and they are excellent for sto ache troubles and constipation Get a fsee camp a at the Red Cross Drug Store Spnngfield q kvt 1IWBEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth ftheone that gives the best course in the shortest- time positionsCLARKSand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day Get full particulars from the editor of this or Rev Granville W Lyon or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 3 Lakes Overfiowers No 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn J new stock barn Price 40 pr acre pikeGr plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 re tobacco barn good stable ana milk house fine r chard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Trice 30 per acre No G0330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 fa ivirginsoiland buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land No 62v7150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price per acre No 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre No 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike 5 room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco old Stock barn 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acres of fine tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Price 25 per acres No 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with metal good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per mile acres No 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield J from pike 4 ioom dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some timber 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All in grass Price S20 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield good pike 6 room dwelling in ood repair 10 acre tobacco barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acres Agenta fturearnes1Let any kind any style Price reas onable best work Mirrors I am prepared to retouch mir rorsto put them in good shape tomake them as good as new Or if you want me to I will make you a nice mirror and fra- meRepairing When you want any kind of re airing done remember Taylors Repair Shop The best work at the most reasonable prices IOeo B Taylor II A + 1J +A Yis certain to present itself When it does say the words longed for so long to say At the Same time present the beautiful young lady with a lovely diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if +S the ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it try It I J PM Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has tor sale Duroc Jersey gilts and males Call and see them C W Homan Springfield has for sale a good work horse forma J G Adams Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale a lot of hay Royal OpportunitySweethearts JAS GRAVErSI K9Rteggs 50c for setting of 15 eggs Tele phoneJ Derringer Rt 1 has for sale a lot of locust anet cedar posts Goo J ones Miss Sue A Duncan Springfield R F Do has for sale pure bred S C B LeghorneggsI00 for 16 egg s t