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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 44I- t r ii IrF mbt rinflth 1tiDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J 1I f t VOJ Xi E In SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1907 l i NUMIER I C GOOD CITIZEN LOYAL FRIEND KIND BROTHER Was Mr Lloyd Clarkson Whose Death Oc curred Friday i T Night Mr Loyd Clarkson died at his home between Springfield and Lebanon last Friday night March 15 1907 at 12 oclock of Brights disease and in his death Washington county lost one of her worthiest citizens Mr Clarksoon had been a sufferer of this disease for a long time but during the past few weeks grew worse and his death came as no surprise to those who knew his condition About one year ago he was accidently shot in the leg and itis thought that this hastened his death Mr Clarkson was fortysix years old having been born in this County November 29 1861 He spent his en tire life in the county in which he had hundreds of friends A number of it years ago he was engaged in the un dertaking and furniture business at Springfield but during the past few years he had devoted his time to his farm His friends and family ren em ber his business career with gratfica tion forhe was recognized by all with whom he did business aS an absolutely honest man Indeed in the death of Mr Clarkson the county sustains a loss He was a enterprising and was ever ready to Jenjjl his assistance to the advancement of the interests of Washingtoncounty He was honorable to a pretty degree He was generous with friend and foe alike and vas always ready withan open puns ito assist the needy What more need be said of him When the summons came and his soul passedon to the Courts of God those him ho knew said An honest noble bighearted man has gone away from us He was ja devout member of the Catholic church and funeral services were conducted at the church here Sun day momin1by Rev Father Hennesy bccured m the Catholic Cemetery The deceased leaves two brothers Messrs Thomas Clarkson of this place and Richard Clarkson of Lebanon and a half sister Mrs Ben Haydon to mourn the Ipso of a kind and loving Brother To these sprrowing ones The Sun tc ether with hundreds of friendS tex- tends condolences Advice To Farmers friMany fainters who made the mistake if staying oft of tobacco poor are making another mistake by selling their crops at the low prices now offered We are not running an advice bereau but nearly very one believes that r those who je selling now could get much highejl prices by holding a few i t months or better still by putting their present crop in the pool There is only a small amount less than 35 per cent Of the crop outside of the pool and the owners of this tobacco are allowing the trust to buy it at the old prices and are thereby furnishing ammunition with which the trust can fight the pool for a short time Everyfarmers ought to enlist with the Burley Tobacco So qtety but those who do not are making a mistake iaallowing the trust to take te crops at trust prices Within a few weeks farmers in the poolcan have 6 to 8 cents Advanced to them on their crops and will have as much more coming to them when their crops are sold while many outside the pool are Selling outright for 5 to 8 cents and have nothing more comine to them It ought not to be hard to decide which is the better proposition Cynthiana Log Cabin HIGH SCHOOL NOTES i One of the most hotly contested things in the tournament is always the spelling match and for this reason our school is making the best effort that itkjhpws how to have worthy represent eventrConsequently there are many spelling matches nowadays and there will be severalmore before it canbe decided who is the most worthy to bear our standard Friday two were held at the school building one between the fifth and sixth grades add the other between the seventh and eighth year pupils In both cases the older classes came off Victorious though it must be said in passing that it was by no means an inglorious defeat for the fifth and seventh graders Next Fri day the losers in the two matches will spell against one another anjd the win ners will try their hands tosee which is the best We are sorry to report that Richard Spalding hasstopped school bn account of ill health As Spring opens up our school ground or campus as Leo calls it he is going away to college next year and is getting into practice is becoming alive again with baseball players who are getting down to good hard work determined to win the pennant at the tournament Prospects seem good too for such an ending of their effort for it is a good set of players that gather every morning at recess on the ball diamond We beg to apologize for a mistake recorded by our pen a few weeks ago when we spoke of the disbandin of the girls ball team We desire to say that the mistake was an honest one and that the only reason it was made was that the editor of the column was tuld by the acknowledged leader of the team that they had agreed to stop We were further deceived by the fact that practice was entirely suspended for fully a week It appears that both sides in the practice games were very desirous of having a certain one of the young ladies on their side and it was over this point that the club agreed to disagree Practice has been resumed in its entirety and it is not improbable that a challenge will be sent to the other schools in the tournament Speaking seriously of the tourna ment about twelve of the schobls have already accepted the invitation sent out by Prof Colvin several weeks ago It is probable that several more will be added to the list before the time comes Our school will enter jin most of the contests aid all the teachers are selecting the pupils to represent them in the various classes There are left just eight m re weeks of school and then will be about two weeks in which to make preparations for this great event in bur school life 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 tire restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing onesthose who haye 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 tech liver and kidney troubles Guar anteed by Haydon Robertson drug glStstOe Washington County School Children To a Fund to Give Kentucky Raprisentaiion at Jamestown Exposition Pupils of Five Schools Respond Inresponse to a request of the Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commis sion urging the school children of the State to participate in contributing tow fund to give Kentucky Representa tion at the Jamestown Exposition at Norfork Va the pupils of five schools have responded The amount asked for is graded according to the ages of pupils as fol lowsUnder 5 years 1 cent each 5 to 9 years 2 cents each 10 to 14 years 3 cents each 15 to 20 years 4 cent each 21 years and over 5 cents each It is not desired that a pupil shall give more than the amount called for according to ages but he may help some other pupil to make a cont bu tion if he desires to do so Teachers may contribute in aty amount they care to The money contributed by the chit dren and the teachers will be used ex clusively in the erection of a replica of the Fort of Bdonesbqro on the Exposition All ground the names of those contributing will be recorded on a register provided for that purpose and will be on exhibition at the Kentucky building for the inspection of the public Below are the contributions by dis trictsiDistrict No 49lda Cocanougher Elva Cocanougher Myrtle Yaste an Yaste Eddie Yaste Nettie Georgia Hayes Gilbert BryJ Ethel Cocanougher John and Charlie Lawrence contributed CojcanoughCocanougher Hattie Arnold Campbell Ethel Pope PeterKathleenII and Annie Murphy 3 cents nice Lawrence Ella Pope and Frank Hardin 4 cents each H T Gibson 5 cents H T Gibson and Ethel Mayes No 50Kirk Elder contribu of Marion Falcon Despite the inclem en weather Sunday an outpouring of good citizens of all religious denominations from this and adjoining counties gathered in this city to offer a protest against the action ot the French Government in confiscating the property of the Catholic church and placing gov ernment restrictions on all religious assemblies Judge H W Rives called the meet ing to order and briefly stated the ob ject for which it was called He was then elected permanent chairman and Mr C C was elected secretary Hon Edward J McDermott of Lou isville was then introduced and ina most eloquent address related in detail the dept rable conditions existing in France aid the history of that country leading up to the present crisis He was foIl wed by Jjidge 1 H Thurman who presented his views on the subject in clear and unmistakable language Rev WP Hogarty also made a short address Several patriotic songs were sung that added pleasure and enthu siasm to those present The following resolutions were offer ed and unanimously adopted Whdreas The people of the United States of America should at all times have an abiding interest in what concerns the liberty and honor of the peo pIe of France because of th effective assistance rendered by her government and people to the American c onies in securing the triumph of civil and religious liberty founded upon th a free exercise by the peopiof those nher ent and inalienable rights with which no human government can righ tfully interfere and Whereas The Present Frenc gov ernment in the exercise of arb trary and absolute power has violated very principle of civil and religious berty and the inalienable rights of m llions of the French people by confis ating J f j ted 1 cent Benne Creigor Paul Elder Arthur and Oscar Harmon Georgia Mobley 2 cents each Charles Creigor Celia Creigor Hugh Elder Ida Elder Minnie Funk Charlie Harmon Earle Harmon Amanda Mobley Burnette Ray and Pearl Ray 3 cents each ida Sallee 4 cents Della Virgin Teacher 5 cents District Np 11 Willie Smith Jor dan Gillispie Eva Smith Sallie Smith and James Hilton contributed 1 cent each Albert Strump 10 cents fo himself and three others Susie Gillis pie and Amanda Hilton 3 cents each Gladis Gillispie and Jack Edwards 4 cents each Lillie Cocanougher Teach er10 cents District No 46Joseph ODaniel Nannie ODaniel John Smith Walter Osborne Loyd Wethin ton Xavier Mattingly Bernadptte Mattingly Col bert Hamilton Kent Hamilton Alice Hamilton Alma Hamilton Mary Mat tingly Ella Mattingly Wallace Mat tingly Lank Spalding Pearl Spalding J D ODaniel Regina Smith Wallace Medley Rodger Medley Leon Spald ing Leona Mattingly Bertha Badgett Bridget Gotde Alma Gotee Annie B Hill Willie Hill Alex Hamilton Tom ODaniel Edith ODanie Mary E Smith Pearl Gotee Ida Mattingly Regena Mattingly Icie Mattingly Ruth Wellington Emma Badgett Mary Badgett Arthur Hill and Alma ODaniel contributed 2 cents each Vic toria Osborne Teacher 20 cents istrict Np 18 Howard White house Bessie Whitehouse Bessie Mil Mayesiton contributed 2 cents each Kate Hayden Cordia Whitehouse Mattie Whitehouse jZula Smock Margie Christerson Mayes Jordan May es Willie Miljbon and Maggie Wilker son 3 cents e Ida Hayden Teacher Resolutions Condemning- ActiQn French Government thousands of schools hospitals asylums and other institutions of charity built by privat subscriptions and doha tions of individuals by driving into exile thousand of men and wom n citizens of Fra ce for no other offe se es1to1byfunds that had been contributed by individuals and held in trust for charitable purposes or to maintain the dig nity ofi Divine worship by forbiding free offerings of the peopleto e supportIof public worship except in such form by such persons and at such time as the council Of State through lay associations approved and controlled by it might direct by prohibiting the Chris tian education of youth in schools or the training of the clergy in semina ries and by openly declaring war upon Jesus Christ and undertaking to drive Himand His teachings out of France therefore Resolved That we citizens of Cen tral Kentucky believing in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and in the inalienable rights of men that are essential to true liberty and are recognized only in a civilization based upon Christian ideals do now unite in earnest protest against and denunciation of this out rage upon civil liberty and oppression of the Christian people of France this attack upon religion itself and openly declared war byatheism against Christianity Resolved That we extend to his Holiness Pope Pius X and to the Catholic hierarchy and people of France our sympathy in this their time of trial and congratulate upon the firm patient and persistent heroism with which they are tigthin g the battle ot Christendom against t- hjjjjjjjj e 1 attack of atheism and infidelity as on another occasion the forces en rolled under the banner of the Catho lic Church repelled the invading Sara cen hosts and saved from destruction all of the Christian world and Christ ian civilization We pray and we Willlaccord Resolved That copies of these reso lutions be sent to His Holiness Pope Pius X to the Cardinal Archbishop of Paris and to the President of France This dastardly departure ofthe French Government ought to be con demned by all people it matters not to what religious belief they hold No Government has a right to dictate Ito man how he shall worship his God and when a government undertakes to do a thing of that nature it becomestyran 1nical in the extreme M s meetings berheld all localities people favor right Over might Why not one for Springfield Marion County Marion Falcon Mrs Jennie Cissell wife of Dr L K Cissell of Loretto died at tier home Wednesday night of inflamation of the stomach The fu neral will take place ate Chicago this morning after which the remains will be laid to rest in the cemetery there Mrs Cissell was a daughter of Mr Robert Bowling of Nets Haven and was a most lovable ladygentle and dutiful in her homeand a kind and sympathizing neighbor She leaves a family of several small children Mr Nally of Washington county is spending this week assisting in organiz ing the farmers of this county into lo cal unions of the American Society of Equity A splendidunion was organiz ed at Bradfordsyille and others are in progress and judging from the interest being manifested by the farmers they will be thoroughly organized here in a short time Rockefellers Princely Gift New York March 18 The Herald today says that according to a member of John D Rockefeller Jrs Bible class who is also a personal friend of John D Rockefeller and ina position to know of his affairs the latter proposes soon Ito make a princely gift to New York City It will amount to at least 50000000 It will be partly charitable and partly educational The Heraldadds This man said thafwhenMr Rocke feller was conferring with his son at Lakewood N J a fortnight ago the meeting was not for the purpose of discussing any immediate gift but was on the subject of Mr Rockefellers will which document the oil king was then completing with the aid of his son and his lawyersIt that this document will astonish the world when it is made public It will it is declared donate no less than 250000000 for charitable and educational purposes and it will be so bestowed that the benefit therefrom will almost be perpetual Disastrous fire Lebanon was visited by a disastrous fire last Fridays night and 40000 worth of property was destroyed The fire broke out in the tailoring establishment of Hilpp Abell and had gained considerable headway when dis covered The sufferers are A Kelly Son grocers D R Bodkins Co grocers Pelosi Co confectionary and restaurant C B Johnston wholesale and retail hardware G R Lati m rdry goods ana notionJ W Miller photographer and art goods Dr G G Thornton physician Hilpp Abell tailors Dr T F Cleaver physician and Dr J T Elliott dentist A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond end Mr U D Williams 107 West Main Stsays I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the proprietors recommendation teases more lives than all other throat and lung remedies together Used as a cough and coldcure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis whooping hoarseness an thts at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c and 1100 Trial bottle free T p r MIf JONES CO r Poultry Business of M H ones lIa Been Incorporated Mr M H Jones has mco pt rated his poultry business at this place The incorporators are L G Smith and S S Kirk of Shelby vine Fred Clark of Bardstown and M H Jones This Will be one of the largest poultry houses in this section of Kentucky and ins pre dieted that an immense business will be done Mr Jones is the President of the company This alonfc guarantees that there will be much activity in the business There are fewmen who can out do Jones when it comes to rounding up poultry He hxmUV aUd yand ig necessatvr wiii go4ut into the night andhutslesometnore The Sun predicts that the poultry busi ness of M H Jones Co will be the biggest thing In Washington counts m a few yearsr TOBAC Over pounds of kcoihave been received in the different ware houses and all tobacco registered to date has been brought ip Owing to the fact that the time foy receiving m summer order is so near and work on the new warehouse is to be batonce no more tobacco is sxpectedVto be received now but withinjtixtyjilays tobacco will be received 1tn summ order This will be a great saving to the people as it costs almost as much to take care of the crop for thb nert few weeks as to care for that brought in earlyfin the season t About 90 per cent of th4 lWccoo has been pooled in this county Vpull for the pool of the other 10 per cent Some people are good at discouraging folks but if yoti will takK notice you will find that they are usually found among that class who dccqmphsbk little in life There is a broad differ ence between discouragement iand r4agviceIt The advice of ajlriexid ought to be given consideration but the fellow who pouiys codwater upon your aspirations is not a friend nor is his advice of lu1 Conrad Hertlein At Hornet f tMr Conrad Hertlem after a nee months sojourn In Frankfrjnnhe Mam Germany has returned foifr He was accompanied home n fiW tens Misses Sophia and WiihelKifimfc Hertlein and brother Ado hliAr1j lein also a friend M TuHnSt cifof whom will make their home inkjmer ica Mr Hertlein went to Oefcrrian o settle up the estate of his mother He is glad to again be in Spnncrtield and his friends are glad w baVe hin here again Everybody wanteo to shake hands with Conrao lasiAVLenmg They were truly glad io ee 1fu Subscribe for The Sun SLW T WJr 1 1 THE SPRINGFIELD l SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 201907 ji i THE SPARROW H AND J l THE OWLJ T J j rr a THE SPARROW often hear people advising folks to think twice before they speak Tlhai advice is very good when given do people who have the ability to think taut in view of the fact that there are great many people in this old world Who are possessed not of thinks there ought to be some other remedy suggested to prevent hasty speech I suggest that thi a class turn two somer JItJijjtfi better to1 smile than to frown mlghtyhandyw Unhappiness is contageous If one aTfthe family becomes afflicted the whole family sQncontracts the dis ease 1 lJ ViBeh a fellows busted there are tosost him iLMoney makes tie mare go any where i earth and over all sorts of roads lwfiCil wont make her gallop into hea 1ri c lpneof the prettiest girls lever saw Syes in the Valley neighborhood fewcago fQra it lacked like there was going to be some clawing and scratching A dispute arose between thes e women over which tiih had the best looking husband One woman contended that Tier husband was the handsomest because he was largeand muscular and the other woman said he reminded her bf a baby elephant whereupon the first woman retorted Well thats all right a baby elephant is more manlylooking than a t little monkey even if the monkey is here or less soaped like a man About this time Another woman came p7and mentioned the Thaw case arid ifcus the dispute was settled r People talk too much they ought to whistle more It1impossible to talk when you whistle therefore whistling ought to be cultivated It is better to whistle behind a mans back than is to talk behind his back Dont believe every fellow is your fdend who pats you on the back Its ighty easy to pat While in Mackville last Saturday afternoon I heard a boy say to a young lady Well suppose your father will got give his consent then what will jar do Why said the girl we mil wait until you get rich and great and then I know papa wont refuse Day and night Suckers Mr James Durrett is thoroughly convinced that advertising pays He recently advertised through a farm pa per that he had Indian duck eggs for sale and he is now trying to figure out how he can supply the demand from a supply that is very abort Mr Durretts ducks are laying regularly and are doing their best to ffset the demand but each mail kings a bunch of orders and it is said i the ducks are about to fly the coopJ awl give up the job The pressure is boo strong and if something is not done to relieve the situation it is feared that the nervous constitutions of both Chamberlains Cough Remedy i The Childrens Favorite OURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Thlaremedyis famous for ftacureeover- i slsrga part of the civilized world It can hroyi bo depended upon It contains no s ifeaa or other harmful drag and may be I tea M oonfldenUy to8 baby M to an adult I ilfrioe 25 eta Large Size 5O cts r rf Mr Durrett and his ducks will be broken downy Mr Durrett his employed a stenographer and is writing letters to various sections of the United States explaining to his customers that the situation is becoming grave and is politely asking that they wait until next year t At Willisburg a few days ago I heard a woman tell her husband that if he didnt do better at keeping the weeds out of the garden this year than last that she would see an attorney about a divorce The best thing to do when you feel that you have been done is to skidoo from the doer I Dear GirlsNow that thfe season for spring hats is at hand let me beg ot you not to wear feathers upon your hats It iff wrong Wear roses and vines and silks and satins but dont wear feathers When you place the wing of a bird upon your spring bon net there an emblem of athii w4 is for some people to stand the toothache than it is for them to stand prosprity- Wheneveryou hear a fellow slandering his neighbor set it down that he needs a tonic J His soul is full of poison When a loan starts hellward its mighty hard to head him off he goes a mile a miriute and hooks at everything in his path Mr Charlie Noe predicts that we will have an epidemic bf potato bugs and grasshoppers the coming summer A good woman is sweeter than the first rose of summer 1J I know some women who are so bitterly opposed to trusts that they wont trust their husbands Deceit is a terrible thing Thats the only objection I have to a cross eyed man you think hes looking at something else when hes eyeing you I once knew a crosseyed man who always said when he addressed a person Look out brother Im look ing at you He did this because he did not want to deceive anybody They elected him to the legislature down in Arkansas and he made his mark in the world Talking about making marks in the world There are some bright boys in Prof Colvins school who are as certain to be heard from as tomor rows sun is to rise Some of these are Will Waters Leo Simms Lyman and Ollie Barber Knight Bandy Har ry Shultz and quite a number of others ifHE OWL r Mr Ben lardin says there ought to be a law against the killing of screech owls I think there oiight to be a law against the killing of any kindof an owl Mr Hardins reason for wanting screechy protected is that he destroys the sparrows He tells me that this spepie of owl goes to the nest of English Sparrows and eats the young ones Thats pretty rough on the sparrow and it seems that it ought be permitted I neyer ate a sparrow because 1 have always labored lnderi the idea that they were poisonous vt Whenever I see a fellpw carrying a lantern on a very dark night I know he is not going to do anything mean People who are out for meanness dont want light on the subject An hon est man is not afraid of the light he wants it to shine upon him and his deeds but a thief is afraid to have it tamed upon him and crouches in the shadows Out in the Jensonton neighbarhood one night lat week I saw a boy and girl going home from church They were singing singing Nearer My God to Thee A million stars were shining down upon them the night winds w replaying softly through the leafless trees and an old night bird in a valley where a rivulet trickled along whistled a tune All iol this was an inspiration to me and 1 thought how much better it is for young folks to sing songs as lr they wend their way along from the little meeting house than it is for them to make googoo eyes at each other and talka lot of silly stuff that they think is love Some of the best men I have ever seen live Washington county While out at Brush Grove last Saturday night I saw a feliow get up at midnight go to the barn and feed an old horse that he had neglected to feed at supper It is very wrong to scare children at night A child ought to be taught that there is nothing frightful about the- nighttimethat it is nothing more than a great black cloak around the day The best way to keep out of trouble is to let the other fellow attend to his own business and you attend to yours Down at Mooresville last Thursday night Deputy Sheriff Herbert Eddie a11lota man work as hard in my life He threw stones at the hogs head em off and set the dogs upon em You can imagine his surprise when he awoke and found himsels way out in the middle of a big field Of course there were no hogs in the field and no corn for them to destroy had they been there He considers his condition seri ous and came to town yesterday to consult a doctor Care of Mens Clothes Caring for mens clothes Is something almost every woman lins to do some time In her life for not always Is the expense of a tailors services possible and to manyit Is a difficult task simply because they do not understand just how to press trousers that bag at the knees how to remove the sheen from coats that have perhaps outlived their usefulness or how to eradicate spots that destroy the appearance of an oth erwise neat looking suit Pressing trousers is really exceed ingly simple declares a woman whose husbands clothes always look as if they were cared for by an expert tailor If they are pressed alter every second or third wearing the knees will not only never bag but the creases at the front and back will always look fresh The actual pressing is very easy The scams at the sides of the trousers should be carefully matched before the trousers are laid on the ironing board This done a damp cloth should be plac ed over the material and a hot iron used to press out the lines The steam- Ing caused by the wet cloth and the heat from the Iron shrinks the stretch ed portions into shape removing the bngginess After this Is done hang them to dry thoroughly before being wornGrease spots should of course be removed with gasoline naphtha or some cleansing fluid and the material well brushed and aired before being pressed or the dirt will be Ironed Into the cloth and the entire labor lost Coats and vests need pressing about once a week If worn frequently but I should never suggest doing this at home for to properly Iron shoulders backs and fronts of these garments boards regularly shaped such as tailors have are necessary and without them the work Is bound to look botched So It is much better to send them to a tailor for all torn places In either coats or trousers can often be mended so that they will not show while It at tempted at home by one who Is not fa miliar with such work the suit will be practically ruined When not In use coats and vests should always be placed on bangers to keep the shoulders in phape and the neck of the former front sagging as It Is bound to do if hung from a tape at the top Trousers too should be placed on hangers with the bottoms up to keep the legs carefully in shape and to preserve the creases In them Taking the shine from clothes is not difficult to accomplish if u damp cloth placed over a very hot Iron and the latter held close to the material though not placed directly upon It or a sponging = with diluted ammonia and water and a careful rubbing fitter ward will often have the desired effect on clothes that have become worn and shiny from use jAt least once a week all suits should be hung In the sun Inside out If they are of a color that Is likely to fade and the dust pounded out of them with a light rattanstick How to Apply Wax Polishes Wax polishes specially prepared for calfskin shoes should be put on with a brush and then rubbed briskly with a hair or felt brush and to get a finished luster with a soft cotton cloth says the Washington Star Be sure to brush out the dust before putting calf shoes away for they are usually so oily that rltty d rt works Into the pores of tho leather and in time crackslt When buying 6llsbes ask for one to be used on calf kin for those prepared for velour box or Russia leathers will crack tie calf Just as the blacking made specially for calfskin will split any of these three leathers If constant ly used The dull or gun metal fin ISlied leathers should not be sblned stead a paste made of glycerin lamp lack and turpentine must be worked Into the leather so It will retain the oily appearance so mu h admired now oopooooooooodooooooooo ooo Sun and 12 eraIw J r awV J A HAT SAVED HIM Awful Experience of a Man Who Was Thrown Into a Cast ing Pit Erwin Nelson In the Chicago TrI ane tells a thrilling story of narrow escape from tin awful death nt the hands of striking Slav workmen in a Pennsylva ala steel plant Mr Nelson was con nected in a traveling capacity with the company which operated the steel plant und had arrived at the ou a tour of inspection during a strikeJot the Slav and Hungarian steel workers On the evening of the second day of my iRltnhe says I hid occasion to traverse that part of the forge shops proper in which was located what tech nically Is known as the casting pit One of the processes employed by this company consisted of pouring the white hot metal from huge ladles Into a gigantic mold directly underneath The mold thereupon was moved beneath a hydraulic press and subjected to enormous pressure until thoroughly solidifiedI standing directly opposite this mold when I suddenly was seized by two powerful arias and promptly gag ged This seizure It afterward transpired was caused by my strong resem I CLASPED THE ROlE UPON THE HOOK blance to the general superintendent of the WOrkS against whom the Slavs felt particularly bitter In less time than it take to tell n I wins effectively gag ged bound hand and foot and careful ly lowered into the mold Now I knew that at 9 oclock on the following morning there would be cast iu this mold a large ingot out of which subsequently a coast defense gun of exceptionally large caliber was to be forged In a flash the fiendish design of my assailants came over me When my feet touched the bottom of the mold I was stupefied Then I awoke keenly to the danger of my position sad strove to devise some means of saying myself Efforts to break my self from my bonds proved unavailing After hours of useless exertion i must have sunk into a semlstupor of exhaustion for I remembered nothing until I came to and saw tar above me the first streaks of grayish daylight filter through the soot covered window In the root Then I believed that my hours were numbered- It is said that in moments of ex treme peril the human mind operates with extreme rapidity During the space of my incarceration my entire life flashed before me as it is said to do in the case of drowning men Then my mind commenced to wonder and I found myself speculating as to how It would feel to have the mass of mol ten steel stream down upon me Then another space of unconsciousness uA shrill whistle far overhead arous ed me It was 730 a monly ninety minutes more of life I heard men move about the creaking and groan- Ing of huge machinery broke the si lence lathes commenced to swing shop locomotives rumbled byaU around and above me was life pulsating en ergetic lifeand within a few feet of It was I doomed to a fate worse than death The special whistle signal always used on such occasions sounded to indicate that the casting was about to be done I had resigned myself to my fate and offered up a farewell prayer Sud denly a soft object struck my head It was a silk hat I learned afterward that one of the visitors who were present at the opening of the pit to witness the casting of the huge ingot had step ped too close to the meld slipped and in the effort of righting himself lost his hat which providentially fell into the mold and upon me Several of the helpers scenting a tat tip Immediately bu led themselves trying to recover the hbadgear They fetched a long pole nfftoert n stout hook to its end and lowered Into the black ness of the mold By a supreme effort I managed to raise my oundhancls as the hook came near me and clasped the rope binding my hands upon the hook Then I felt that efforts were made at the top to withdraw the pole but the same remained stationary I knew then that I was jjnrprt It will not cost you ja cent to try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets and they are excellent for sto m ache troubles and constipation Get a face sampla at the RedJGross Drug Store Springfieldt J rf LSSSI LSISIS iiI J BsD LAKES BARGAINS IN ESTATE REAI ddwellinghPrice food 15 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling j ood tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to sc 100 house and church Price 40 per acre i No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plent of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timer oakash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf- mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobaccowellfenced- i No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 r No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwelling on good pike 3 miles from one mile from school andchurch good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock fcwrns cow house two tenant houses two goodwells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of rge ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 t dwellingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 23139i acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco ba shold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land welt fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 cons crib ice house henhouse meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining lay ed in cement water in every field alljyear fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year J dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 30 115J acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pkeL good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres of 0fine tobacco land sto k barn plenty of water Price 25 No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings price 6250 rr No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine haysmaltbarnrest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft longs one of the in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well ty Washingtonfor coun No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as fe whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre barnholdswater both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7 miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebhnon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this tyear good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre otfineland good fence price 3750 per acre No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings plentYoftobaccoNo 49A farm containing 254 acres eight miles from Spring field on pike 8 room dwelling seven acre barn plenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco and locust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre inCooneyty Good five room dwelling barn will twentyfive acres of wastelandNo 52135acres room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable com crib 40 acres of blue 50 acres fine restinNo 63A good investment city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobacco bestfarmsf IfD Lake Springfield l r Q 01 tHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH JO 1907 h Ii J t i MustPayby PEOPLE WHO ARE INDEBTED TO ME MUST PAY BY APRIL 10 t MY BUSINESS HAS SEEN INCORPORATED AND IT WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ME TO SETTLE ALL OLD ACCOUNTS GIVE THIS ABSOLUTELYFiNECESSARY TO GET MY OLD BUSINESS SETTLED BY APRIL 10 l M H JONES CO h Will be the name of the new firm and it is expected to greatly enlarge the business I We will be constantly in the market for Eggs Poultry Etc and will quote the highest M market prices Look for our advertisements each week Nii l ii itiJf i House and Lot For Sae Vw h Ihave for sale nearly completed a new residence on south side Virginia Avenue The house is built of the best material solid stone foundation and contains six Vooifisr- and front and back porches Lot front 60 feet running fcjack 219 feet to alley A very desirable home Virginia Avenue promises soon to be one of the best residence streets in Springfield If you are looking for something good for the money I have it j I HaveFor Salsa few + f slack Minorca Roosters 1 f i3k What Is First in Kentucky j W Louisville herald The Maysyille Ledger enumerates in order the leading products of Kentucky First is Kentucky noble womanhood Second her brainy anc brawny sons Third that unique pilturesque and celebrated the world over jpecis of peculiar man hood the Kentucky Colonel Fourth is tobocco the golden lotus leaf that cheers the work Fifth in rank is the amber nectar of the gods that makes theColonels we rHthe smile that wont come off- Well and wisdy does the Ledger add that these five products are a few only of the good things that Kentucky may claim Her trasures are unlimited She raises corn tie finest that American sun shines upn wheat that gives bread such as thi Olympian gods never JTOMASH ACHE Itrouble your stom ach your bowels and your liver- everybody does And when these delicate and- easilydis ordered organs do get out of order they are the worst thin ge the world toyouf you took the ght kind of care of thm you wouldnt 1fferbut you dont The only way you catcorrect the troy e you do have and p vent these parti om getting out oipjrdr is to use Dr CaJAvellsLojcatlv Syrup Pepsin isgootllorcertain drugs b DR WELLS formula Usnatural value a highly Increased corIrectingtroubleyoull say 80 wen you DRC tDWE LSSR PPEPS can be obtained in both ollar and half dollar sizes at all drugists and yoUl money will be refunded it fails te benefit you card reQuest brlusr by returl DICALAWELLmBOOK an those who have sever trio this wondlI teaedy iailyourpoataltor- yPEPSIN EYRU CO MMitlMlle IllbU RED GROSS DRUj STORE dreamt oflhink of her fruits her poultry and her garden saSs The squirrel breakfasts and theHbld ham refections of a generous Kentucky hosbitahty are known from pole to poleWe have iron and silver precious stpnesand priceless clays Woods of the rarest kinds are ours The moun tains of Kentucky kiss the rosylips ofI Aurora cool their brows with the dewsj of Iris aridclose sleepful eyelids bosom of Nox The rivers of Kentuc ky move with unsurpassed dignity and indescribable rhythm her rills her springs and her brooks sparkle with an effulgence borrowed from the skies What a sky the Lord has spread out tohoverthe grandold Commonwealth By days a sheet of opalescent splendor purplespangledis a land teelect beautiful and inspiring So impressed with that favored section of the State was Capt Imlay an officer in the Revolutionary army who visited Maysvllle in 1793 that he wrote Everything here assumes a dignity and splendor I have never seen in any other part of the world You ascend a considerable distance from the shore wouldImit of aj mountain you find yourself upon at extensive level Here an eternal verdure reigns and the brilliant sun of latitude 39 piercing through the azure heavens produces in that prolific soil an early maturity which is truly astonishing Beautiful one hun red years ago Kentucky has since taken on charms innumerable Aunt to T avelhrs While in Suffolk Va Henry Croll Jr proprietor of the Beaverton Mich Hardware Co was taken very sick with bowel trouble A traveling salesman from Saginaw Mich advised him to get a bottle of Chamberlrins Colic Cholera nd Diarrhoea Remedy which he did It soon cured me and I take pleasure in reccomending it he says one should leave home on a journey without a bottle of this remedy It is notIobtainable theINThy Understood It was ft school director in Blngtown who visited the school and tried to get sayingIthan the other children get behind the children thats littler than the rest But strange to say he obtained the desired result i M H JONES Big Barbecue I promised your Mr Neal that I would write him about our proposed Barbecue and Burgoo to be given by the Burley Tobacco Branch of the American Society of Equity in the near future The exact date is not decided AprilI24ttvor 25th at the Woodland Park in Lexington Ky sayingIever theIDistrict of Kentucky Indiana Ohio and West Virginia who are interested in the success of the movement for- equil table prices for farm products are invited to come Voluntary con tributions will be received and may be pledged now to the Secretary of the Barbecue Club A M Har- risonEpilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance Are nerve diseases and unless checked lead to destruction of both mind and body The weak shattered nerves must have something to strengthen and build them back to health Dr Miles Restorative Cervine is a remarkable nerve tonic and stimulant It strengthens the nerves relieves the nervous strain and influences refresh ing bodybuilding sleep and rest Persistent use seldom fails to relieve these afflictions I was taken with epileptic fits had Myfatherbut he could do very little for me nn I grew worse every day and at last they had three doctors with me and I got worse My father heard of Dr Miles medicines and bought a bottlo of Nervine and a box of Nerve and Liver Pills I had taken only a few doses until I began to feel better I took 12 bottles and It cured me sound ahd welt It has been worth all the world to me I recommend it wherever I go You may use this as a lifelong testimonial to the merits of your medicine for I am enjoying myliteMedicine LEVY WILLIAMS- R F D No 2 Boston Qa yourIfrugglatfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Mile Medical Co Elkhart bid a I 1 = riiw I hope the members of the Society in every ounty will go to work at once and get ip an enthusiastic crowd to come anc join in this wonderful jubilee picnic Ye will have provisions to feed on hundred thousand people Oar wives and daugnters and our sweet hearts will be there and they will come with overflowing baskets of Kentuckys fat things of every description to fill the hungry crowd that will be gathered in Woodland Park about the hour of oldfashioned country dinner time All are iuvited to march Bring your bands and above all things bring the good women without whom a jubilee would not be a jubilee meeting W B HAWKINS in Farmers Home Journal How a Woman May Appear Slim If you wish to look slim dont dress In white or light colored materials Shun all large patterns Stripes are more becoming than spots or checks but narrow not broad stripes should be worn Choose a material the pat tern of which runs In perpendicular lines Short skirts are still very be coming Flowing draperies on the other hand give grace A long cen trail line of trimming from throat to hem adds a certain height so does a single flounce at the foot of the skirt Many frills should be avoided A tight fitting gown Is never becoming to a stout lgure and even In summer a chl Yon or lace scarf should be worn It has a softening effect How to Save and Make Soaps There are always small vices of soap left In every household Collect them and add half their weight In oat meal Now put your soap Into a sauce pan with a little water to dissolver ep stirring till all r Is melted then acd the oatmeal and when It Is well maced turn It out on to n piece of riliod to cool Divide It Into small egKs with a sharp knife anil leave It three or four days to set thoroughly f Hussars Ride Horses Into Ballroom Three officers of the Third Tlonved hussar regiment stationed at Debree zln Hungary rode up the stairs of the Hotel Flra of that town and en tered a hall on the second floor where n masquerade ball was in progress They careened round the hall three times shouting hurrahs and then rode their horses out by the way they had entered The city council discussed the incident antI reported It to Colonel Zedwltr who ordered the three horsemen to be placed under arrest How to Clean Chandeliers Try cleajnlpg chandeliers with vine gar fnd salt or oxalic acid and salt rubbing vigorously Then wash off this cleanser quickly for If It Is left on the metal will tarnish Brighten with tripoli and sweet oil 1 I HII For Sill felir flick Minercx ftolit rs t Hi J IBOOTLESS CHASE Also Coatless and Pantless Pa Pur sues Elopers In Vain The daring leap of an angry father from a second story window his chase after his eloping daughter for several blocks clad only in his nightshirt and the escape of the eloping couple were features of a story told at police head quarters in Scranton Pa by the father Paul Daniels He has a nineteenyearold daughter Stella A few weeks ago Frank Gutbt sky began to board with the Daniels family Hp and the glrf soon became close friends and her parents did not bother them until they learned that vPA LEAPED raoii A SECOND BTORY WINDOW Gutofsky had left a family In the old They told the girl to forget himSOn a recent morning as Daniels was about to dress he saw his daughter and Gutofsky leaving thVhouse He called to his laughter They hastened their steps Then without stopping to continue his tolled leaped from his bedroom window into a snow bank and pursued the pair yellin ftt the top of his lungs until thenad eluded him by dashing injto a side street and around a corner Then a policeman Attracted by Dan iels cries arrived on the scene and arrested the nlehtshtrted Aaron for dls turbing tQxpoace c0e rierleaeoecieerteoQcoeC heSuniefTBe- Cegtei oeQQQQQQa Face on the Cent IThe Get your pennies and hunt for any Indian physidpnomy thereIIt is the head of a gracious Mjnerip can woman who for some years was held in admiration both for her beauty and her goodness and who only a few weeks ago passrd on to her great re ward Her name was sarah Longacre Keen She lived in Philadelphia For thirty five years she was the secretary of the Philadelphia branch of the Wom ens Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church v When Sarah was a child of 5 brrV6 years of age a delegation of Indians from the Northwest visited in Wash ington They came to see the sights and pay their respects td the Big Cnief of the Nation After having spent considerable time at the capital the Indians were taken Philadelphia Here they were shown s the mint The little girls father was a fine engraver and he had official connection with this great money ofscC tory He was a kindly benevolent man as well and he invited this dele gation of red men to some sort of entertainment at his home i One of the chiefs had his aftentibtf attracted to the little miss and ina mood of sportiveness he tools off his headdress and put iton her head Shelwas not frightened but lending hero self to the enjoyment of the joke she stood for a moment and letthe comp ny look at her Some one present who had both an eye for beauty and artistic skill was so struck by the appearance which little Sarah Longrace made in her Indian headdress that he sketchedther on the spot The sketch was engraved y by her father Just then the penny in its present farm Rs about to be issued but the figure with which its face was to be ornamented had not bee boseu This engraved sketch wenfmto competitioia for the honor asaccepted in pre Terence to aUxoihers and the imprent of it was nsferred to the neat little pennies which Uucle Sam for so many years has been sending out into the worldWashington Post Do Not Neglect a Bud CoM Never allow a cold to take its course Too often at this season of the year itS course is toward pneumonia ChambU- lains Cough Remedy will promptly CUre your cold and counteract any tendency in this direction Thereis i1- ter Jt for acute throat and lung trohblea For sale by everyreliable dealer uithe Blue Grass tv j = h i 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 W07 SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY INSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher tered at the Postoffice at Spiin eldl XY for transmission through the raais as secondelass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ose year 50Threechangediwapp youWIM ANNOUNCEMENT Lam a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for State Senator from the ith Senatorial dis trict composed of the counties of Washington Marion and Taylor For several years these coun ties have been alternating between candidates and it is now Washington county s time to furnish the nominee There were but twp candidates for the honorMr C F Bosley and the writer We thought it unwise to settle the matter between us by a primary an agreed to leave the settlement to the Democratic Committee o Washington county Ballots were sent to ten committeemen and were receivedand opene- Saturdaylast the result being six to four in favor of the undersigned In the county there are twelve precincts Mr A C Kimball committeeman for dis trict No8 refused to vote and in the Hendren district the party has no committeeman hence as stated above but ten committeemen To participatedI voted me am mot grateful to those who voted against me I desire to say that I hqldnot the least ilk will I consider them my friendsevery one of them They voted tor a goodmana gentleman of high order and a Democrat whose loyality was never doubted I am an admire- of Fleece Bosjey and had I bee Iidoone to whom I would have more conscientiously or gladlv given1 my support I have found hi clean uprighthonest to a prettv degree and honorable i all things It is my intention to thoroughl- canvass the district during the next few monthsYours truly ROGERS GORE CARDWELL Miss Ova Perkins of Battle is spending a wj ek vith her Uncle E T Perkins at this place W L Graham n E T Perkins attended county cojur at Lawrenceburg Monday E G Holiday was confined to his bed the first of the week but is better at this writing The sale of Mrs Sallie Ann Pinkston was well attended and things sold well Died Sunday list near Battle Mrs J W Darling of lung trouble Deceased was about twenty years old She leaves a husband and a child about one year old father mother one sister and two brothers to mourn their loss Interment in Mackville the following day Dogs got jnto W H Littrels sheep last week but fortunately only killed one ewe and left two lambs Esquire Campbell was telephoned and arrived next day and assessed the dame eat S10 V A Big Class Adoption of M derv Woodmen of America was heldat Camp 12309 iri Cornishyille Friday night A large crowd of neighbors were present from different camps Duncan Camp put the work on with much credit Eighteen new members were added to this Camp and were treated to a big coffee sack full of large red apples Two boxes of cigars were the refreshments for the visiting members from DUncan Kirkwood A large crowd front Harrodsburg was also present Cornishville Camp will build a hall 40x43 feet in the next ninety days We would like to correct the mistake of last week wHere the following young people left for Illinbis It should haye been the following young people were married and left immediately for Illi- nOIs Chester Noel to Ada Sims James Carey to Maudie Hillardand Haden Coker to Carrie Cannon Graham 8l Perkins bought a horse Warnerd from JT Mobley for 85sold a mare to E threefm at T W Word bought a horse trom J 79n e LouisdSam Hood for 140 Graham Perkins bought of J A Kyler a horse for HOIBen Hendren bought of J I Moore one mare for E T Perkins bought of S H Gardner one cow and calf for 35 T H Royalty bought a cow from J Burrus for 40 also a sow and seven pigs for 3750 saleIgood work horses and brood mares See them before you buy next Monday The land sale of EnocH and Albert Masters on last Friday was well attended The farm of 25 acres brought 3115 per acre J A Kyler being the purchaser OathaGlasgow Ky March 15Mr Crick ofrpneumonianyears lost a family of three or four children some saidIMr Carver believed that the Lord had beenmrunning a distillery in connection with his farm and sold his outfit rind swore againnhowever he was here this week and whichYto operate a distilleryand on account of the death of his children his oath and his sudden taken off the people of that section look at itas a distinct case of divine interference r A Large Assortment OF New and Attractive Spring and Summer Goods 0 UR IMMENSE stock of Spring Goods has been recievedor at least a great part o- fitand we are anxious for the people of Washington and adjoining counties to visit our store and examine the good s e can truthfully say every department of our store is crowded with Ihe Latest Spring and Summer Goods and that we Iare prepared to offer to the trade many excellent bargains I I Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner f3 Marx CarpetsfSultana 30c Sanitary Extra Super Carpets35C Union Ingrams 40c C C Ingrams 50c Extra Super all wool Ingrams70c Tapestry Brussells 85c Velvets 90c Axministers 115 Jr Mattings11 15 to 50c 500 pair of Lace Curtains in Prices From IRanting 5Oc to 5 CLOTHING iI tshownMarx Suits These are the finest readytowear Suits made We also have an elegant line of Welworth Clothing for men Suits Welworth 2000 for 1500 f Suits Welworth 1800 for 1250 r f Suits Welworth 1500 for 1000 Suits Welworth 1250 for 900 Suits Wei worth 10 oo fQr 750 PerfectionSpitsformuch inferior goods 10000 Rolls of WallS 5 to4OcHT For Men and Women Williams Krieeland fine Shoes for Men at 5450 and 5 W Li Douglas line Shoes for men at 3 and 350 Arnolds Perfection fine Shoes for men at 300 KrippendorfDittman Cos fine Shoes for Women at250 3 350 and 4 Smiths Sterling Shoes for Misses and Children We have all these Shoes in Patent Vici Kid Velour and Box Calf New Spring Attractions- In Check and Plaid Novelties in Dress Goods at 15 25 35 50 75 cents and 1 Plain Wool Dress Goods in Black and Colors 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 Combs Ribbons BagsEtcThe most attractive stock of Wash FrenchGinBhants Newest things in Joconet Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries Val Torchon and Laces Rugsr9x12 Axministeri201 19x128x10 Tapestry Ll50 Moquet Rugs JL4 Moquet Rugs7ilJ3 Oil Cloth Linoleums 1 If We are the largest handlers of Carpets Lace Curtains and WalJPaper1Yin this section an be to your interest to see our lines t1 IWe earnestly solicit your patronage i i I CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN CO I It 4 iHittft I W H i Harnessfrt 1 1 i Thats the kind to KiiandNOW is the time to order The advantage you have in buying our harness is that each set is guaranteed Our workman it to throw out all defective leather and to use none but the BEST If there is a piece of defective leather in our harness we dont knowitL f iI JrifiePart of Our Harness Breakwithout Good Cause We Replace Without Charge J i f f askSI Jhim for the homemade kind lMvjtvV l Y I + + tt1 j i f f rIDE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 20J907 5 Jt q j ji t I 1S extend to you a cordial invitation Ito enjoy our advanced ishowing of 1 Spring S MettInerY li1 1 Friday and Saturday March 29 and 30 I iI r An unusual display of patterns that t IJ IW include the nerves effects in dress and tailored hats j II I I It will be our pleasure to have you Consult us before buying your Spring Millinery Will have on display a beautif il line of 1 1II II 1 1 Drd M1BudonRES- IDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up talrs Local News Notes black and white spotted setter slightly bobbed Return to this office and receive reward Pictures and picture frames at reduced prices E A Cox FOR RENT Richard Riley Spring field has for rent in Springfield a blacksmith shop and tools Regular prayer meeting services will be held at the Presybyierian Church next Thursday night- WANTEDA tobacco tenant House and garden furnished Will put in five aeries J S HOMAN- Springfield Ky r Creamery butter milk will be deliver ed to you at your home in Springfield at lOc a gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrott or the creamery Messrs T C Tatu and T A Grun dy have formed a partnership and will open an implement house at Valley Hill They are now in Cincinnati buy ing their stock OFFICE HOURS Dr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can from now on be found in his office during these hours FOR SALEA two story business house in the town of Mackville Ky 24x60 feet with 10 foqt shed room full length back yard with closet 20 inch adjustable shelving Will sell cheapj Direct me at Springfield Ky f THOS J GRAVES l EGGS FOR SALE Get the best My Brown Leghorns were premium winners at Harrodsburg and Springfield in 1906 White Plymoth Rocks and white Wy andotts were premium at Springfield Eggs 75c for 15 fCihnball FARMS FOR SALE Write W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want Mr T Dudley Tapp bought of Mr F M Martin his farm near town giving for it his pronerty in town and 1600 Possession to be given next January The sale was made through the real estate firm pft McElroy WhartonJ Mr and Mrs Geo V Armstrong representing P F Cqllier Son an Jno D Morris Co publishers are in Springfield soliciting Mr Armstrong is an old newspaper man haying been connected with the circulation depart ment of a number of large dailies for several years He and his wife are both excellent solicitors and during the time they have been in Springfield have taken many orders and made many friends Mr and Mrs Armstron will visit Springfield every few months in the interest of their companies 0e e eneQeQeQ eoeOQeneQ iThn1- s geoeg aoeg QOQeQQea t HAPPY HOLLOW Mrs Solomon Kaysspent Saturday with Mrs Martha Armstrong at this place mas visited at Mrs QSolomon Friday week Mrs John Armstrong was in Springfield shopping Saturday Mrs Tom Bake was called to the bedside of her fa her who is very ill Friday Mr Tom Tennel and family visited his mother at Antioch Saturday and Sunday Mr Ea Coulter wife and children visited Mr and Mrs Samuel Coulter Sunday Mr Lonnie Nc el wife and son spent Saturday and unday with her sister Mrs Hardin at horn Hill Mr M C Ke ling and family and Mr J M Shields and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Solomon Kays Mrs JH Settles is able to be out again Mr Jim Pat Brewer was the guest of Mr Samuel Coulter Saturday and Sunday Mr Everett Scruggs and wife visited her father at Mackville Saturday and Sunday Mrs B B Prather was in Willisburg shopping Wednesday Miss Jennie Logsdon was in our midst Saturday Mr Lice Dedman spent Tuesday night and Wednesday with Mr J M Shieds and family Messrs Johnnie Kays and Erastus Shields were iii Springfield Saturday afternoon on business Mr L S Deaitand son Creth spent Monday night and Tuesday with Mr J M Shields Mr Lonnie Noeland wife were the guests of his father Wednesday night Mr J S hoinas is haying ball luck with his sheep this year He has lost three sheep andjsixteen lambs Mr John Bail y spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives at Texas Mr John Sutton was here Thursday afternoon on business Mrs Della Keeling and children spent Wednesday night with Mrs J M Shields Miss Lula Colvin spent from Friday till Sunday with friends and relatives at Fairyiew Miss Flossie Armstrong is on the sick list Mr Samuel C alter spent Friday and Saturday at Antioch Mr T W Sutherland and wife are spending a month with their son Ezra Sutherland at Buffalo Mr H P Chesser spent Friday and Saturday with the family of Mr SolO- mon Kays Miss Mattie Smith and brother vis ited trie family of Mr Will Smithof near here Mr Roy Wall was the guest of Mr John Armstrong Saturday night Mr Johnnie Kays spent Saturday and Sunday with his father at Polin Mrs Martha Armstrong and daugh ters spent Sun a her sister Mrs J W Wall at Pleasant Grove spentdShields Mr John Armstrong and daughter Flossie spent Sun ay with his brother Mr Bob Willisburg litis Little rnistronfat is ill of tonsi Lost and round Yesterdag y odaVf a naus sick headache This loss was ned by finding at Haydon Rob drug store a box of Dr King I Life Pills the guaranteed jaundlc WILLISBURG The tock sale of W T Wells R Bro ast S iturday was well attended and every tiling sold well One nineyearod work nare brought 12550 one four eeny arold work mare 80 and one woye rold mare 110 Cows brought rom 25 to 30 Hogs sold at 7 per undre They held an auction at their tore ii the afternoon which was quite i succ and everything sold well Miss Lora Yancy of near Maud is pending this week with her sister Mrs S B Yeager Miss Mattie Brown spent a few days n Louisville this week- J F Reynolds and wife visited in awrenceburg last week Mrs W R Shirley and Miss Blanche hirley spent Friday with relatives at itsey Oscar Colvin and family spent Sun pay with his parents Mr and Mrs John Colvin Mrs Phoebie Harlow is in Louisville his week purchasing her spring milli cry Mrs Ben Mcllvoy and children spent aturday and Sunday at the home of Wm Scruggs Fred Grider and family spent Satur day with his father at this place We have our street lights and they five good satisfaction and Mrs JK Karsmer left last theyaweeks jind friends To the surprise of their many friends Davis Noel and Miss Artie Sutton rOve to the home of Rev J A Sims nd were quietly married last Thuroday angel entered the home of tfr and Mrs Miller Birch Saturday ifternoon and claimed their infant son IVillard Hyatt The community ex ends condolence to the bereaved par ents Weep not dear father and mother for your little son is not dead but eacefully sleeping LOCUST GROVE Mr J S Leachman wife and daughter Lillian spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Decatur Dragoo Mrs A L Litsey has returned from a visit to her sister near Mackville Mr Tom Baker has gone to Louis ville to have his eyes treated He was MissBerthachorage while in the city Mr James Hays Jr and wife of Mt Zion were the guests of Mrs Will Men itt Saturday and Sunday Miss Susie Edgerton spent Saturday afternoon with Miss Frances Litsey Mr Ed Birch was called to Louisville last week by the serious illness of his brother George Birch Mrs Alice Thompson gave the young rC1portguests of Mrs Lizzie Reed Sunday Several from here are attending the exposition in Louisville this week Mr Henry Reed is sick with a com plication of diseases Mr Will Scott and family spent with the of James CoulterIMisses Lavania OConner and Nancy Thompson were in Springfield Saturday shoppingMrs Birch is on the sick list Mrs Lizzie Mae Clelland of Middles boro is visiting her aunt Mrs Sallie out this way some night Mr Owl I think you could hear and see some news as you can see both ways Sun and Herald 2 r e n o e j Personal Notes n0e Visitors In and Out of TownA Round Up of the Weeks 01 0 Personal News 0- oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeeooeoeo Mr and Mrs M Hj Jones spent eS1vMr J C Shader is pending this week in Louisville Miss Willie Knott has returned from Cincinnati and Louisville where she bought her spring goods Mr and Mrs G C Wharton spent Sunday in Lebanon Mr arjd Mrs S qMcGill and daughter spent Friday on Mesdames W D and P G McEl roy spent several days l in Louisville this week fI Mr Chas Greene of Bardstown spent Sunday with parents Mr and jMrs J F hisI Mrs Dave Huston and daughter of Maud were in town Tuesday- The h c ighter of Mr and Mrs J H McClureSSiirJh3 been quite sick is X Miss Nannie Rapier of Bar stown spent Sunday with Miss Nell Greejne Mr L G Smith of Shelbyyille was here Monday on business Mrs R H Edelen of Bardstown is the guest of relatives here Mr F M Edwards tas here last week on business Mrs Weisen of Louisville is vis iting her sister Mrs W K Leachman Master Thomas of Bards town is here visiting Mrs smithJoseph Claybrooke Mrs J H in Louisville visiting her Miss Annie Mayes has returned from a visit to friends in Campbellsville Miss Sadie Maves iand Annie McChord are in Louisville attending the exposition Mr and Mrs W K Robertson are in Cincinnati buying goodsI Mr Wath m is spending a few days at home Dar Chas Thompsonof Louisville Montgomery attendeda funeral of Mrs Harriett Mrs Sallie Burtle of Bardstown attended the funeral of Mr Lloyd Clarkson IDr John Bhaunty orxFredericks town was in town Saturday Mr and Mrs Tom Spaldin of Bardstown attended the funeral N f Mr Lloyd Clarkson Sunday IMi s Rose Mackm of Lebanon is visiting friends here Miss Ella Sweeny of Louisville has accepted a position as teacher at the Grundy Orphanage Mr H M Grundy and Miss Mary Lee Simms have returned from Cin cinnati 4 Dr S J Smock and sister left yesterday for Springfield MoM where they will visit their sister Dr Smock will visit Oklahoma and Texas while he is gone They will remain seyeral weeks Millinery Opening COMMENCING TH1RSDAY AF TERNOON AND COHTUP TO SA t MAR 128 29 and 30 I WI CONDUCT MY ANNUAL MILL INERY OPENINGr My ReadytoWears and Street Hats are now on sale I will be prepared again this season to trim hat- sRemember 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= are for Co who FITS Our are varied the which select the have ever seen to select Wt j Of AND rim ARE NOW BEING Mr of WakefieW Station was here the last of on business Mr Alex who was called here by the death of his Mrs Harriett Montgomeryi has returned to his home unty i Marion ndlisterMi Della ay Mackville cousin Robert Boles Hon W D and Mr Litsey left last Saturday for a trip through the South d mma and Adams j of Harrodsbu and Maud Newbolt i off were visiting Mrs K I Adams of near town last Mr and Mrs of Bloomfield come here to make their future home Mr Dickerson aving act cepted a position as manat ger Mr E D of Kansas i will arrive to his h father and mother Mr and Mrs A Gj McElroy This will be Mit McElroy V first visit in eight Mr S G of Lebanon yis ited friends here Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Yancy and chitx dren of Midway spent wit the latters mother Mrs Lticy Sale Mr Willie Vandyke wh has been confined to his room with measles 1 able to be out Mr Payton Briggs and wife Sunday with Mr S and family Mr Edgar Gray and sister Ida pent with the uncle MJ ChaplinDMT was in Satur v on business y ics and wife of WillisburgMaud SundayWoodlawnira an arryiarls t were here Saturday and Sunday Richard and wife f Blod field and Sunday with mother Mrs Mollie Williams Mr and Mrs Walter Lewis visited friends near Sunday Mr and Mrs Clifton Kidwell are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy S P ChEser delivered his tobacco and1was t SomethingAboutShoesIIE With the SHOE there is no It is made with the foot as a II made that style and comfort are united made so well That its graceful is retained until end The little more you pay is a contribution to I wear and good taste We have Hanan Shoes women as well as men Band 6 WALK OVER SHOES 3 SO 4 45O S Tailor = MadeClothing I We agents M Brown tailorsthe tailors GUARANTEE and Styles and samples from to are prettiest we We have oneyard and quarter cuts from whiqh yours LARGE SHIPMENTS THE BESrtNEWEST MOST STYLISH READYMADE CLOTHING fOR SPRING RECEIVED t Ray Wakefield theweekv Montgomery mother Meade Carpenter Carpenter jith their Claybrooke David severaMays Misses Mattie Bradfordsyille Week Dickerson have telephone MdElroy City tonight visit years- HARDESTY Hardesty Sunday again speriK W yGoodletifv Miss Saturday Hardesty Snider spent Saturday night their Mooresville I HANAN hurt pattern so skillfully shape the but comfort for for I Spring Summer i I The Robertson e Claybrooke Co 1I I c l HE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1907 i Shack Byi FRANK H SWEET Copyright 1900 by Frank H Swept WO black eager faces bent sud denly forward themrattledIbones they called upon the low roof of Wun Sins laundry As the tiny cuhd tum Lownershlptween the youthful gamblers the shooter cried fervently Come seben Dls fo a palh o shoes iowhich the other to counteract the spell of the conjure Invoked responded with equal fervor Call htnotr seben Dat my break fas at thp same time reaching hope fully toward the coins But the shooter forestalled himfor the dlce thad now toppedand de dared the money his He picked up the coins and ostenta pusly tossed one back upon the roof calllng Fade me Cuffy Cuffy faded him by searching long and laboriously through his clothing for another coin which he at length found and placed beside the one on the roof Then the shooter picked up the dice and juggled them in the hollow pf his hands blowing upon his fingers for luck When they rattled back to the root the tWo races again bent lower one fearfully the other exultantly ands jeeringtYos Shack And the one called Cuffy rose to his feet with ashy Jjace Is bleege to stop now done out niggerI nslytanding torShackat the hadrJeeaccused 6f ringing in peetles aded dtceKF overawing a weak opponent by a blustering demeanor of doing many things that were considered disreputable among roustabouts But however lawless he might be or mean he never showed any signs of it outwardly His eyes had a keen straightforward way of searching other eyes his shoulders remained squarer its head was carried high As he stood there on the defensive waiting fqr Cuffy to pitch Into him ah other worsted crap shooters had done lie first wondered then grew derisive at the larger boys peaceable almost t pitiable attitude Skeered he mocked INo I aint skeered answered Cuffy quickly IIbut what for fight yo COKE SEBEN DIS FO A PAIR 0 SHOES Dar ain nobody to blame but me IIdone stole dat money an I promise mammy I nebber shoot craps In all de worlV I ainnogood any mo his beginning to quiver Shack grinned uYo ain de firs pusson dat stole he jeeredIII reckon yo better go off in de dark ant hide Den de plice ain cotch yp Now lemme see yo cry Cuffy paid no attention to him An my mammy trusted me he i went on dolefully an was asavin tip for me to go to Tuskegee an learn A heap o tlngs an den I was agolu to make money an buy her a house wad a piazzer like wite foks an a mule an cow an some chickens an BOW oh mammy Dats right cried Shack encourag- Ingly ul see deal tears acomln Cuffy Let em drap nigger let em drapl A momentary flash dried the incipi 1 eat tears and Cuffys muscles grew tense Then again the shoulders droop ed uI aint min Shack he said with out r ntmentUI could whup you like 1 has done but I Mow yo better whup nie Ill stan still nlet yo poun till yoL arms tired Yo aln un I1J nJMy mammys ascrapln an savinifqr school an Im ascrapin an eavlnV too We aln spen one cent wkfout need An now I done los a whole dollar shootln crapsall I earn 4leweekanJ promise mammy I neb ber s oot craps In de wort I wish od IDe good Shack Brtiiuick was not fighting on that ILIe H tlurew his arms akimbo and S mugtmantSo yos a mammy boy he sneered ana schoolm boy Whas yo sense CuffyJ A mrimmys good fof babies but wes too big I njjbber hab no diammy an Im tough Yo bettor wlddut one Des spiles big bbysr Yo aint know my mammy war Cuffs answer an yo aint keer fa schpolin Cap n for dat ypd be tiuk in like me Then a sudden inspiration seized him and he added Wba yo stay tonight SlhlCl know indifferentlyrou sbmcers Mebbe in ole Browns loft ber yard If de watchman don kcteli meIDelis pose yo come on bqme Ion o nie an see my mammy Invite Cuffyeagerly She make yp tink like me ignore We hab water lIyun 11- 11sweqttaters an bacon an in ale niawn mammy likely gib tfs fried chicken Yo an sleep long p me In my bald Whit yo say fully4twoweighty one At first his Impulse w9wta fiat refusal but the though of Ing Cuffys and beirg able tj ridicule thatobstinate boy in the in trenciiments of his own home was a plcasjint one And then thewater an sweet iaters an4the pps Sib tr of fried chicken d him hejfflnnedThe iously to the edge of Wung Sins laundryroot- And peered down Crap shooting was a serlqiis offense and Shack was careful to keep this retreat on the laundry roof from the knowledge of the police See anyting Cuffy y he J tipellJ as they glanced sharplnom side to side f coruerHeGrasp g the edge of the jroof with andgroCuffys mother lived in a shall teue merit in the colored She was Ironing when the boys arrive bat yo Cuffy she called as they darkened the low doorway Come right in honey AV whos yo frlen Him Shack mammy Cuffy rather proudly Yo pone heap m S tole bout r 111miu Cose I has honey cose I has the woman exclaimed leaving her ironing and coming forward cordial yhGIul to ee yo Shack Come rig it lu boy I done heath bout yo heaps o times Sit down in dat rockin ch er Dur days right So yos Shack Law law Myboys done tote bout vn no piiil Say yos able doanyting set out for dat yos demos proiniain black boy in de whole clt She returned to her ironing and worked Igorously for several minutes then Does yo kniow honey dats a might fine sny so De mos prbmisin bay Dat means dars gran wuk befo ogran wuk honey We black fok need Jes sech boys to grow up an let d us Is glad you an Catty am frlen Hes a good boy but easy led FTe needs strong true friens to show de way Whas dat Cuffy Shack faoin stay all night Shore nough Law law Dats good N w yo boys jc q mong yosefs while I get ills placateI off den wes hab supper an Cuffy yp1 put dat inilyun a pail o coil water Sack bad listened withoi t any at teDpt to answer but his eye and ears wee keenly alert This wis an ex pe ence which was entirely new and wlich it would take him tine to ad just He had peered into ooms be forp now and had generally peen driven away with a broom ori poser but he did not remember any of he that had been quite so clean and cosy as this scantily furnished room jane certainly none of the women had peei like this one who was actually tr atI 3g him as thojigh his presence was desl able But of course he was right In h s declara tion that a mammy was a de triment to a big boy This was only an unusual side he was seeing presently would appear some weakness with whlbh he could overwhelm Cuffy But what appeared presently brought him half to his feet in sudden wonder derision contempt There was Cuffy actually telling his mammy about the crap shooting and the motley he had lost and more wonderful ypt instead of scolding and punishing hm as ordinary women would have idone this mammy was patting her bays cheeks and talking In a low earnest voice anUj yes they were both ding Shack drew a hard deep breath and waited in momentary expectation pf hearing his own name But no Cuffy only spoke of himself and then went back ta his chair by the window where he sat very sober and thoughtful And- mammy began to put away her ironing and prepare for supper After supper Shack returned to the rocking chair feeling very comfortable andcontented And the puzzling mammy after she had cleared the table and washed the dishes came and sat down Cuffybose when yo get able honey sne began and then accepting this for a fact and unob servant of the indignant scOrn on his face she went on in an almost rever eat voice Hits a gran tlng dls school a gran noble ting Wat we black foks ink is knowin tings an dls school will gib us dot iheapln up an tannin ober Yo boys dat projec for schoolln can be mos anyting yo aim for preachers doctors lawyers railroaders Jes lak wite foks Hits a gran ring to be a strong like yo wid all dese tings on ahead Her band sought Shacks shoulder and rest ed there caressingly Some day honey she continued gently ypll likely be ridln in yo own kerridge an hepln all de black 1 pks round yo hope ypll sort p look out for Cuffy fies a good boy but jes a little weak si me1 eStWhen yose bofe at Tus kegee don let him shoot craps an tings like dot Hell hash to yo Proms yon keer fpr him honey Again Shacks breath came hard but her had was upon his shoulder her eyes looking into his He tried to scoff a id jeer but the words stuck in his throat and only a husky Yesm r will ame to his lips Then he rose suddenly to his feet only to sink back into the chair hot and trem ling for this strange mammy had kissed him- I k towed yo would hoc ey tike said so ftly hut I wanted to heah yo proinlsi A boy lak yo uebb r forgets his pro iuse Shuck made a desperate jffort to break from the spell that was closing in upon him Missionaries he did not mind but this mammy was tppronch Ing him in an unrecognized way If be wished to humiliate Cuffy tie must keep getter control of himself But he only said School like dat cos a henPi uNo honey lilts made iyi ore tokR we all Me an Cuffy low on gel in a hunered dollars den Ill be sen in what 1 can to him I reckon yo could Babe dat much quickern we hub Cuffy says yo make heaps p money For want of a better answer Shack nodded He thought of the 7 or 8 he WHOS A NIOOEB HE DEMANDED often n in a single week by shooting him are But her next words chilled Is yo aint shoot craps hone sharply How j yo know he demanded By yoteyesan de way yo walks she smiling Foks tin shoot craps an do mean tings when dey walk an look like yo I kn w Dats why I make yo pronJIse to leer for Cuffy Law law Shakin yp h0adt ain fool me Crap shoo Uns a mqan low tIng an Is mighty glad yo aln do hit Shacks eyes tell gradually to the Ifippr In imagination he could see Cuffy over by the window regarding him curiously and these other eyes looking at him with frank confidence He tried to raise his gaze to theirs but could not What did it mean He had never felt timid or abashed before When he went Into the loft with Cuffy he was thinking very bardand very shrewdly He had never been in a real bed before and the softness felt deliciously soothing but for all that he did not fall asleep He listened to Cuffys regular breathing and thought and struggled and understood rebelliously that he was being conquered but he was straightforward and sharp with himself even though it hurt And at length he heard this strange tender voiced mammy beginning to move below h1ccompanledCuff himselfPlacing a chip upon his shoulder be turned fiercely to his companion Whos a nigger he demanded Cuffy laughed in his face- I reckon we bate Is he grinned But wlla for yo act so Shack I aln goin knock no chip pffen yo shoulder We aln no need fight Wes gain to Tuskegee me an you Is Yo done tole mammy ul done tole yp Is skeered to fight yelled Shack Didnt yo say Is nig ger when I crap yo out yesdny Now knock dls chip off an prove hit Mebbe I call yo nigger retorted Cuffy placidly know yo did me plenty time Dat sin nuffln I aln gain fight an yo sin golnfight Wes got better sense But dars mammy callln us o breakfas Come Shack The chip fell unheeded from Shacks shoulder But be was not a boy to do things by halves Aa they went to ward the house he slipped the dollar he had won into Cuffys pocket Tell yo mammy yp putt de crap shooter an he gjb hit back he said HAn If she ebeif ax yo does I shoot craps yo say noj I done frttj hit up an I has Is gom take dat jot the steam boat man offer at fp dollar Thin much but mebbe J make more by wukln hard Isgpln long o yo to Tuskegee sure nough Sax and fiolmvt The poet John G Saxe and Oliver Wendell Holmes were talking alout brain fever when Mr Saxe remar ed I once had a severe attack of b ain fever myself How could you have brain fever asked Dr Holmes smil ing it is only strong brains that have brain fever How did you find that out asked Saxe yIf WINDOW PLANT CULTURE How to Promote a Good Growth Indoors In coring for window plants be sure that plants in hanging pots and bus kets get all the water they need says a correspondent of the Home Mug zine Because they are near the Gelling where the temperature Is much higher than at the window sill they will dry out much more rapidly than ordinary plants They are also exposed on all S des and this accelerates evaporation I have a method of keep ing these plants well watered which works well I take a small can or cup and punch holes In the bottom ofttMake these silioll at first until you knowl just hor much water is needed Fill these yes els and place them on the surface of the soil Vines can be so trained as to side them Observe the effect carefull If not enough water passes throng to keep the soil moist arenecessarytOo a nicety wTthn Tittle experiment each morning A ptreatment will enable any one to grow fine hanging plants Do not overwater plants at this season pf the ye ir Give just enough to keep the soil moist throughout Let the surface take on a dry look beCre liVtlporatlontakKMvlng actively enough to make use of a great deal of water An oversupply has a tendency to sour the soil thus bringing about a diseased condition of the roots And be very careful about the npe of fertilizers If a plant Is not grow inc it needs no fertilizer because it Is not In a condition to make use of Jjt Make this a rule ami never vary from it Fertilize only plants which are al ready in or have begun active growth To feed a dormant plant strong rich food is to injure it just as surely as food of that sort will injure a stomach whose digestive organs are not in proper shape to aRsInMInte It If a plant has begun to grow a weak application Is in order Let it increase in strength as the plant de aIr ro or means ness from which there is almost sure jtp be reaction sooner or later Do not let the plants in the window garden become one sided by being drawn toward the light Turn them about at least once a week that all sides of them may have an equal chance at the sunshine It is a good plan to arrange the smaller ones in front near they glass and the larger ones at the aides and rear This en ables nil of them to get the benefit of the light as they would not if the larger ones word given places near the glass with the smaller ones tucked Into the shady places between How to Brighten a Dark Room No one wantsa gloomy room but what to do with such a room Is a problem that has bothered more than one Many a woman has foregone Inside curtains and even sash curtains to al low all the light possible to come Into the room but still it looks dreary It Is not so much the light that one needs as the sunshine and when this cannot be had one must make it or rather get the effect pf It says the Chicago News A roprn with a northern aspect should not bf course be papered In blue or some such cold color but rath er in rich warm tones of olive green brown red or yellow It the ro m gets but little light and sunshine yellow should be the choice Not onl should there be yellow on the walls hut also on the ceiling for the sake o reflect on A pretty treatment Is tol have light pumpkin yellow on the walls as far as the picture molding and a light er shade above this and on the ceiling Then yellow silk sash curtains pulled back tend tp make a room sunny How to Sleep In8 Blanket There are a great manyl very compe tent treatises telling you how to build your fire pitch your tent and all the rest of It says Stewart Edward White in his article entitled Camp Equip ment in the Outing Magazine for Feb ruary I have never seen described the Woodmans method of using a blanket however Lie fiat on your back spread the blanket over you Now raise your legs rigid from the hips the blanket of course draping over them In two swift motions tuck first one edge un der your legs from right to left then the second edge under from left tp right and over the first edge Lower your legs wrap up your shoulders and go tp sleep If you roll over one edge will unwind but the other will tighten How to Wash Chamois Gloves Make a strong suds with white cas tile soap or any other kind of good white soap and to two quarts of suds add one teaspoonful of borax dissolved in half a pint of hot water When the suds are cold put the gloves on the hands and wash them slowly and gen tly as If washing the hands Rinse in the same manner in clear water then draw off gently and hang in asbady place to dry drawing them Into shape when they are almost dry When perfectly dry rub between the hands to soften them How to Restore a Lost Voice When the voice goes from the ef tects of a bad cold or much speaking a pleasant and simple remedy Is made by beating up the white of an egg and adding to it the Juice of A lemon and enough sugar to make it palatable Take a spoonful from time to time It will effect a speedy cure How to Polish crass Beds For polishing brass bpds there Is nil more reliable medium than the old fashioned whiting wet with household ammonia vhich Is less apt to scratch than any of the patent sand soaps nUPHONE TRAGEDY Womans Screams Reach Every Corner of Wayne County la t AWFUL FIGHT WITH TRAMP Farmers Far and Near Hear Her Cries For Aid but Before Any One Could Get to Her It Was Too rate to Save telephone users all over Wayne county In heard the screams of jMrs George Stech while she struggled des perately with a who attacked une1H EVERY TIME SHE OPT NEAR THE PHONE suE SCUEA1 ED onto Posses with bloodhounds ire searching the countryside and there is a chance that the tramp will be lynched If captured Mrs Stech says the tramp came to her door and demanded admittance She was alone in the house with her threeyearoldgirl and frightened she closed the door in the mans face and locked It He commenced to break down the door Mrs Stech carried her little girl to a bedroom and locked her in She then ran to her telephone and rang to call for help but before she could speak the tramp had forced his way In and seized her She dropped the receiver leaving the telephone pnen and the central operator heard Ijier first scream For half an hour the woman struggled des perately with her assailant all over the little living room Each time she found herself near the telephone she scream ed for help In nearly every home on the system to which her telephone belonged her screams were heard The first of her neighbors to arrive found Mrs Stech bound and uncon sclous The tramp had disappeared The men who started out to hunt him down after hearing her story were armed and said they would shoot the tramp on sight Dead Sons Spirit Orders Drink The materialized voice of the dead Bon of William Abernathy of St Jo seph Mich is playing an Important part in a suit brought against Aberna thy by WG CarmIchael of Chicago to collect on a 3000 note A G Baker Abeniathys guardian objects to pay ment but the defendant is anxious to wartsedances but that the latter replied that spiritualists rebrlnglng his dead son to see him Once Abernathy said the child asked after his parents health When Abernathy replied that he wan not feeling well the voice directed that he buy drinks for the crowd It coat him 5 Baker further declares the same scheme was used to make Aber nathy believe his son advised the slg4 ing of the note His Wife Is Too Affectionate Charles B Andrew formerly an at torney of In porte Ind has begun suit for divorce from his wife a big handsome woman Andrew Is delicate and nervous According to witnesses Mrs Andrew once pursued him into a saloon where Andrew lay hidden for hours She forced her way into a doctors office after him and also Into an other mans bedroom She tried to climb over the transom of his pfflce door not to chastise him but to make love to him in a violent way to which he objects She says she will force him to love her and cares nothing for attentions any other men try to pay her Sentences Boy For Pure Cussedness When counsel fo Byron Golby who was convicted at Watertown N Y a second time for petit larceny made the plea that he was insane County Judge Emerson declared it was nothing more nor less than pure cussedness that prompted Golby to steal and sentenced the boy to the reforjna tory In the hope that the pure cusaed ness would be taken out of blm Twice last summer while In the chain gang Golby escaped and stole a coat valued at 75 cents Women Lash a Wife hater A posse pf women escorted b man went to the home of Robert 1 bard a notorious wife beater I South Pass City Ia called Hull put of the house gave him t r lashes across the bare back and manded him to leave the com before sunrise He left Hr WF Tr stYtiPractical rI DenJistJ j SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon BarberI B D REInsurance Silent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company inthe world Your solicited HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD r KENTUCKY t OFFICE HOURS j 4to8pm 7 to9 a m DrJ C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTU omcE c J STORKV Office Hours 12 M to 2 P arRay Dr W W PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 1J2 YI J H LAMPTON MD t SPRINGFIELD KY t Office in Opera House Office phone No 6 Residence Np 38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Night lOi T SCOTT AUYES + eIWashingtonandand Federal Courts C C MtCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts fJWDCLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield lfy Will practice in tne counts of Washttth- and ad oinin8 counties and in the carte orA pa peals I W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonand MARSHALL DUNCAN LAW ER Sprng field Ky A BuildingWill Wash ington and adjoining counties and inthe Court of Appeals S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTiONEER Springfield Ky 4 specialtyWill a able Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store ContrbcUtAllbeen in the business fdr thirtY fi ve years THOS J Graves MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY F NURSE Phonis DIY 88 Might 106 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every cpurtsey shown t T Handsome Line CasketsttBd ril e u Telephone Day 19jt ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1907 7 t r irs SS SS SS SI SiSSS SS SSrS IS44tSSIStSIS- A Piano PlacedrlIn Your Home On Trialf I I 1lotsconsists of the following worldfamous makes I PIANOS PRICEf 178 UP j w H PLAYER PIANOS I S5OO UP T PIANOPLAYERSjI Music Co Louisville Ky v full particulars by return mail Show in my home on trial IEpntenegroRiehm v COIt I l FROM ALL OVER THE STATE 1 CONSTRUCTION Of the Pine Mountain Railroad Ii Abandoned By the L N Barbpurvllie KyThe adverse rail road legislation being enacted throughout the country has it is be lieved caused the Louisville Nashville railway system to aban don the construction of the Pine Mountain railroad a 35mile extension which has ben In course of construction through WhiOey Knox and Bell counties for a year past Orders have been Issued calling off the men en gaged in construction work and the gasoline boat line which operates between this city and the points where construction work is under way has been suspended Already the L N has been to great expense in begin nlng the line several miles having been completed FOUND STRANGLED By His Halter But Owner Denies That Horse Committed Suicide Lexington KyDangling at the end of a rope haltered and strangled to death was the horse belonging to Earl May of Leesburg Scott county when May went to the stable to hitch him to his huckster wagon During the night May Was awakened by the horses violent kicking against the sides of the stils and neighing loud ly but as he suddenly stopped thE C noise May let the Incident pass from his mind When the horse was sta bled he was tired and worn hilt he was well fed Mays neighbors pro less to think horse committed sui discredits the theory jIUNDER THE NOSES Of Guards O eof the Fifteen Moon shiners Made His Escape Georgetown Fifteen moonshlri era brought here from Frankfort for lodgment In Scott county jail were marched from the F C depot toward the jail fieaded by Jailer Finley and with the rear guarded by Deputy United States Marshal Nat Daniel r When counted later there was one short One behind the jailer turned on his heel and walked down the line past the rear guard who failed to recognize him as a moonshiner He was seen by Deputy Agent Flriell running to ward the Paris pike ECCENTRIC WOMAN Left 40000 To a Friend Whom She Admired Lexington KyThe will of the late Susan T Allen bequeathing 40000 to W J Loughprldgeof this city was probated Loughbrldge Is no relation to Mrs Allen and the money was lef to him In consideration says Mrs Al len of his kindness to me and on ac count of the admiration I have for him the interest I feel In him and because believe that he will at least be grate JI for any favor I make to hlm11ts was widely known on account other eccentricities She spent a for tune riding on the street cars It is estimated that sue roae 60000 miles In the last 15 years of her life From a Carriage Lexington Ky When attempting to crOss a swollen creek on the Lysle pike near this city S E Drake of the firm of Drake Marshall and Roger Jlchols of the Kentucky Stock Farm were washed froni their car riage put were rescued by Steven Williams with a pole and rope The horse was drowned Post Office Looted Georgetown Ky Postmaster Sin clair fojund that the safer of the post office had been rifled of3OO in cash and all the stamps In sight There Is uo clew to the robber PARALYZED T By the Sudden Closing of a Folding Bed Was Policeman Donahue Lexington Ky From a blow on the foldingecity was knocked speechless uncon dons and became paralyzed on his Ight side at his residence on Mary sand avenue He is the brotherinlaw Sf MF Molloy auditor of the Cincin latl Southern railroad and Attorney John Molloy both of Cincinnati and bf James Molloy exmayor of Cat thage 6 Donahue was repairing the bed at the time of the accident and no one was present In the room His wife heard him faland when she reached his side she found him un conscious speechless and paralyzed and the bed closed down He has been In the best of health for years WOMEN AND CHILDREN Helped To Win the Day For Temper laince at Richmond Ky Richmond KyThe citizens by 148 majority said that the 12 saloon3 in Richmond must go The whisky men carried only one precinct out of four The feature of the day was a pro cession In which 1500 school children took part each child parrying a long banner on which was Inscribed Vote For Me They marched to all of the voting bothswhere At the Cross and America were sung The worn en played a most important part The weather was very rainy and the mud was deep but this did not deter ithem They donned gum boots and raincoats and waded right In Miners Officers Owens oro KyAt the session ol the United Mine Workers of the West em KeQtucky district the following officers were elected National board member President Kit Barnaby vice president W O Smith secretary treasurer J T MalAs A O Stanley addressed an open meeting bf the mi Lners aftd local Unions at the court house Face a Big StrIke Glasgow KyThe meeting between the miners and members of the Roane Iron Co at Rockwood Fentress county TennV resulted In no agreement and therefore a general strike Is feared b Chickering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Arm strong Marshall Wendell Foster Co SohmerCecilian FarraridCecilian and the Autopiano t The Cecilian A player that canbe attached to any make piano In order to demonstrate to you that we hay the right Pianos at the right price wenvill place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied witji it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent CHILDREN INJURED In a Stampede Following a Moving Picture Machine Explosion Paducah KyA stampede In an electrical theater on Broadway result ed In the Injury of the following Flora McCann aged 15 knocked down and trampled on and very seri ously bruised Jerome Chapel aged 12 bruised about chest and head Ruth Reems aged 14 knocked down and trampled under fooarms sprainedJohn Baxter left arm sprained A moving picture machine exploded and the film took fire while the place was filled with children In the mad rush to the one small exit many little ones were knocked down and trampled on and the greatest excitement pre valledCorwin Luckmore an actor rushed Id and knocked down several men who blocked the door Mary A Farrel aged 17 was pulled through the ticket window by three men In time to pre vent her from being crushed by the crowd VICTORIES GAINED By Temperance Element in Kentucky Encourages Christian Endeavorers Lexington KyReports of commit tees and addresses took up the greAt- er part of the day at the state conven tion of the Christian Endeavorers There was much enthusiasm over the victories gained In Kentucky by the temperance element in politics The following officers were elected Chas F Evans of Lexington president Shelby Shanklin of Georgetown vice president Miss Margaret Owen of Lexington secretary Miss Mary Elly of Frankfort treasurer The place for holding the next convention was left to the executive committee There were 250 delegates present The welcome address was made by Rev L J Spencer and Rev H C Ken drlck of Georgetown made a forceful address In reply During the session statistics were read showing that the Christian Endeavor society Is 26 years old but during that brief space of time it has been organized In SO different countries Into 70000 organiza tions with a toW membership of 5 000000 frIed To Drown Self Lexington KyHaunted by the delusion of having committed a crime John F Troeger aged 50 of Cincin nati sought to drown himself In a pond at Greendale and has been arrested on the charge of lunacy He is a wood worker and Is the father of three married daughters and two un married sons In Cincinnati Tobacco Burned Harrodsburg KyThe large tobac co warehouse of A G B Hawkins at Bondvllle this county with 6000 pounds of tobacco was destroyed by fire It Is not known how the fire orig mated Insurance on building and con tents 5500 The Touch That Heals is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever com pounded No matter howold the sore or ulcer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or its Haydon PROSECUTION WILL CLOSE CASE WITH INTRODUCTION IN EVIDENCE OF CARBON COpyto dt Of Affidavit That Hummel Testified Was Made Voluntarily to Him By Evelyn Nesbit Thaw New York March l8Harry K Thaw will probably know his fate at hands of the 12 men selected fo sit killingiprosecution and defense agreed that the admission of evidence would likely cease some time Wednesday leaving a day apiece for the ar guments of District Attorney Jerome and Mr Delmas It is anticipated that Justice Fitzgerald will Deliver his charge to the jury not later than Sat urday morning The le th of the jurys deliberations will determine whether or not the Sabbath will be spout In suspense by the prisoner Tjnless a change of plan is made the prosecution will close Its case shortly after court convenes with the Introduction In evidence of the carbou copy of the afidavit that Lawyer Abe Hum mel testified was made voluntarily to him by Evelyn Nesfclt ThawThe defense has decided not to crossexamine the states experts It depends entirely upon Jer mrs crossexamination of our expert witnesses as to when the trial will draw to a close said Mr Delmas If he treats them In the same manner as we treated his experts we shall reach the end speedily u Mr Jeromes answer to this state ment makQs his course appear cleaT He said I am hoping and preparing to spend the weekend somewhere In the country as though to imply that the prolonging of trial were not In his hands Should U trlct Attorney Jerome rest his case it will be because of In ability to spring the surprise ho had prepared The surprise It was assert ed was the testimony of William Stur gig who was a friend of Evelyn Noshlt before she met Thaw or WliIte and who continued to be a bosom friend of Thaw and his wife after their mar riage and up to the time of the killing of the architect SMUGGLING THE CHARGE But Are Suspected of Stealing 35000 Worth of Jewelry New York March 18 Arthur Pros ton Green and Charles Rohrer passen gers on the steamer America were arrested when the vessel arrived from Hamburg charged with attempted smuggling Diamonds and jewelry to the value of 25000 which the cus toms officials alleged the prisoners had failed to declare were taken from them The valuable were confiscated and the men held for extradition Though only the charge of smug gling was preferred against the prison ers here it is stated by the police that they are wanted abroad in connec tion with a theft of some 35000 worth of jewelry and precious stones and the London authorities have been notified SPAN OF VIADUCT FALLS Two Sections Inthedenterof Bridge i Collapsed ICincinnati March 18Two sections In the center of the Eighth street viaduct collapsed Girders superstructure stanchions and the general construction of the bridge dropped completely out of sight into the swollen muddy waters of the Mill Creek below As a result of the collapse one of the largest manufactur ing sections of the city is cut off from traffic Street car service to Price Hill Sedamsvlllcj and other outlying western districts is shut off Telephone and telegraph service to that part of the city is paralyzed and the water service to the western hill tops placed In Jeopardy The railroads that have been forced to use the Eightstreet depot are also seriously handicapped LINER STRIKES ON ROCKS 400 Passengers Are AboardSteamer- Goes Ashore In a Thick Fog London March 18The White Star tine steamer Suevic struck on the rocks near The Lizard in a thick fog Two life boats have been launched and others have been summoned to the assistance of the vessel No loss of life is anticipated The Suevic Is ashore on what is known as Maentere Rock under lighthouse On board the vessel nro 400 passengers and 160 members of tha crew The Sueyic which Is command ed by Capt Selby is of 126UO tons and plies between London and Aus tralia by way of Cape Town Rioting Peasants Cause Distress Bucharest March ISThe peasants are continuing excesses in several districts of Moldavia The people of that district are In great distress and have telegraphed King Charles and the premier Imploring their protection Fatal Maneuvers Ajaccio France March 18 During the maneuvers without lights the tor pedo boatdestroye Epee rammed Tor pedo Boat No 263 A steam pipe on the latter burst killing two men and mortally injuring one The Epee towed the torpedo oat ashore Powerful Revo t In Venezuela Willemstad Cur can March 17A dispatch received hero from Cucuta Colombia announces that a powerful revolution has stalled In the state of Taclilra Venezuel with Gen Juan Pablo Penalosa as Its leader L T HIS HAIR TURNS PINK Cure For Sprains Curiously Trans forms a Farmer farmjN H lute been soured by the summer boarder business al belt the neighbors say the misfortune that befell him Js due to his own care lessness But Uncle Cyrus as he is called shifts the blame from his own shoulders and cusses city folk up hill and down Unfil a short time ago Uncle Cyrus possessed a head of luxuriant black hair that was the envy of the village It was long silky and thick and the owner was so proud of It that for four teen years he refused to visit a barber hence it reached to his shoulders Now all this is changed Instead of locks of raven hue Uncle Cyrus runs his fingers over a pink stubble with black roots and cusses softly as he tells the neighbors how It happened Among the city folk who put up at the Towner farm last summer were a Mr and Mrs Tate of Boston They were well groomed and prosperous and Mrs Tate particularly possessed wondrous hair This hair Mrs Tate said was grown by a remarkable invigora- tor compounded by a Boston chemist It had done wonders for her and she believed it would almost bring out fuzz on a billiard ball It was singularly potent In preventing the hair from fall ing and she suggested that a little ap plied to Uncle Cyrus scalp would prove beneficial Once or twice the farrner rubbed In a little and his head felt so good there after that when Mrs Tate left for home he begged a few ounces of th fluid This he placed In a plain bottl on the cork of which he wrote the ini tlals F S for scalp About the same time Mr Tate supplied him with a lotion for sprains a d this went Into an identical bottle labeled F S for sprains Uncle Cyrus was sparing of his scalp invigorator and as he escaped bruises he had no occasion to open either bottle until a week or so ago His hair then began to fall slightly and he decided that the time had come to apply tookIthe cork of one the letters F S antI rubbed In half an ounce of the fluid His scalp didnt feel Just right It itched Then it burneu Finally It blis tered This was too much for Uncle Cyrus mill he stuck his head in a pall of cold water to cool It off When he had been somewhat relieved he looked In a glass and nearly fainted on seeing that his hair had turned a bright pink Comparison And you compare the genius ot Rockefeller to that of Shakespeare Certainly answered the college professor Shakespeare must have been a mighty good business man to make as much money as he did out of poetry Washington Star Could Get Both Out of the Same Can Star ActorI must Insist Mr Stager on having real food in the banquet scene ManagerVery well then if you In sist on that you will be supplied with real poison in the death sceneBoston Transcript Modern Forestry Miss Anne Teeque T7hy there is a sprig of mistletoe tied to the chande tier William Wise Pardon but you are mistaken Thats lemon blossom Punch Bowl Growth of a Mite Its only a drop In the bucket The mite I am able to give But sometimes a song Is sufficient To help us to dream and to live- Baltimore SUn- Wo acknowledge that dreaming Is easy We always can do It 0 bard But weie found that a diet of dreaming Gets punk and uncomfortably hard Milwaukee Sentinel With only a drop In the hucket When clear to the top It was wet And nobody near It but you What kind of a dream do you get New York Telegram The public is doubly bunkoed When contests like this take place Wo cheat with a one rhyme quatrain And flll up two Inches of space- Clevelnd Leader Subscribe for The Sun 100 year TrainsSuny 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 W Kearney editor of the Indepen dent Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant use a cold may be checked at the outset and cured in niuh less time than after it has in the system This remedy is also without a peer for croup in children and will prevent the attack when as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done theremedy is kept at hand For sale ly every dealer1 in the Blue Gras Called at the Wrong Place Uyouplease mum said the anIdent hero in an appealing voice ujl- ie stood at the back door of the cottage on washday Ive lost my leg Well I aint got It snapped the woman fiercely And the door closed with a bang Ladies Home Journal ooooiiliae Jiaosoe aTHE oe a 3 Chaplin Water Power Mills o a ao0 BEST FLOUR g 10oTHE BEST MEAL C- 0 let S a- a a 2 In and many 2 other sections of Washington 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gTHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1907 Chestnut L Dare- ryAS A SIRE HE HAS NO EQUAL Chestnut Dare is a sorrel stallion 7 years ok 16 hands one inch high a large handsome saddle and harness horse with size stle bone finish substance- andconformiltion This horse proved- a successful show horse last summer winning 14 ties out of 15 shows His colts won first and second ties over all competitors at our last fair feating Castleman colt oLBlue Grass circuit Not one of hi three seasons of colts have ever bee WashingtonEight of hs colts of last season sold at weanlings from 100 to 150 th highest pricfd lot of colts ever sold a same age by any horse owned or farmed in the county Chestnut Dare was sired by Chester Dare 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2nd byBrinkers yalle es Kentucky arid Chestnut Dare is aI wo thson of a great sire I I wish to state that recently I was offered twice as much money for hi as any stallion in the county ever sol for and three times as much as has been paid for a saddle and harness stallion brought in the county so I ask the owners of good mares to patronize him thtypebeat or out 92OOOTO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL B B LEACHMAN i MOORE VILLe MISS Lora E Yancey is visiting her sister Mrs Sam Yeager at Willisbur Mrs P A Lyddane and daughter visited Mrs Will Eddleman at Maple Hill Friday I Mr R IL Mulligan was in our little village last Friday Mr Ham Pile wife and little children Trisited the farmers parents near Book er Sunday Misses Magaret Lyddane and Cass AridhWalhMrs Jeff Sptith who has been quite ill for some is improving I4rchildren visited relatives at Chaplin Sunday Little Miss Lillian Humphrey Maple Hill spent last week with her cousin at this place + Mr and Mrs W H Yancey arid ier children visited the latters mother aear Litsey Sunday rSP A Lyddane lett Monday for Louisville where she expects to spend seyeral weeks with her niece Mrs Frank Parfit Mr 0oatley of Valley Hill attended church at New Hope Sunday lire J osie Settles and daughter dined with Mrs if B Flaugher of Maud r Saturday Mr Sam Wells of Tatham Springs Visited his sister Mrs Edd Yocum Sunday last Miss Margaret Lyddane is spending tfcis week with Miss Arida Wall Mr J F Bishop wife and children of Springfield Mrs Sarah Wall and 0 jhildren and Miss Cassie Yancey and MalEe Boblitt of Midway dined with t Mr and Mrs J W Wall Sunday Mr Rufus Goodlet and sister of Polin attended church at New Hope Fairy Lyddane is visiting relatives at Midwayj Mrs W 11 Payne spent Sunday with relatives in Louisville TEXAS 4 Farmers are quite busy about Tex preparing togo to work on the farms women say the garden first butearThe en that read the paper first know what to do they say so we are quiet on the subject Mr G W Cocanougher sold to Billie stratiYa nice mareprice 75 Rev R L1 Purdom went to Louis ville Monday to attend the exposition sad visit hs daughter Mrs Lena Hham Mrs Brady is on the sick list this YweeTcv Mrs Lizzie Campbell and son Albert passed through our town Friday of act week enroute to Boyle county to visit motherWe orry to learn of the illness f Dr Deboe Lagrip is terrible we have tried it and speak from experie- rice t Mr S M Campbell and son Ea fttssed through our town Monday to attend county court at Danville and on returning called to see his sister Mrs 1 i R L Purdom Mr G N Campbell wife and little son Georgia Visited the formers father at Pensonton one day last week Misses May and Myrtle Cocanougber visited their grandmother Mrs Nancy Cocanbugher Friday night of last week Mes rs Tom Begley and Lucian Pur dom attended prayer meeting at G T Kimbdrlins Wednesday night The Prayer meeting at Texas Satur day night was conducted by Rev R L Purdom and was largely attended MrsJ M Begley and Mrs Hanson Robinson are in Louisville this week Mrs Fannie Ray and daughter are in Louisville at the hospital where Mrs Ray is expecting to have an operation performed of a very serious nature Mrs G W Murphy and children visitedher mother Mrs RL Purdomj FridayIISYCAMORE VALLEY openns She hbpes1o have more in the future Mrs B H biclvoy and children vis SundayIvisitedher mother at Polio Saturday and Sunday Mr and Irs S E Cranfill and little daughter Oneita of jVandike wire the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Suther land from Friday till Monday ladt week andrquite at writing hisdSunday Mrs Lee Settles and children visited her father Mr Gorge Keeling1 Satur SundaYtand family if Fen wick visited Lonnie Noel Sunday Miss Eva l man spent Saturrday night with Mrs J D Sutherland j1ttendedchurch Mr and Mrs E F Sails aid Sam Rodman sent Sunday with Mrs Luce Sails off L tsev Mr iind Mrs Albert Hines spent Sunday jWilj the latters parents- J M M ntgomerYwife and little daughter FD Sutherland wife and Ernest Shewmaker of Willisburg spent s anda lFand ingGelis pie Miss Sarah Shields spent Sunday with th2 Misses Montgomery Ballard Settles bought a mare for 100 J Miss Della Burns is spending a week with her sister Mrs Ed Settlest ieMr and Mrs James Montgomery daand Mr and Mrs Frank Richard pf Black Ky and J H Scotch of Bloom field were called here recently by the death Mrs J A Coulterof HILLSBORO ofIMary Settle is on the sick list Miss spentSundaiY with e Mr J M Montgomery and yife and J D Sutherland and wife spent Sun day with the family of J S Inman Mr Bailey visited his parents at Texas Saturday and Sunday Miss Lillie Hardin is visiting jher sis ter Mrs Thomas Coulter MiSS Sarah Shields Sunday with the Misses Mont spentI F M Shewmaker and neiqe Miss Eva Inman were in Harrodsburg last Thursday to see his son Mr Ormsb Shewmaker who it sick Mr B H Mcllvqy and familyspen t Sunday at Willisburg P Mr J S Thomas and family spent Sunday with his brother at Pleasant t Grove Mr TW Sutherland and vfife are visiting their son in LaRue couhty appMisses Zora and Judith Montgomery MissesSusie pentSundayMoran spent Sunday with Mrs Emma Baker Mr Iven Sale and wife spent Sunday near Litsey Mrs Florence Settle and hildre- spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents near Willisburg MrsC M Keeling and Mri J M SoasspentlSundaywith night with Mrs Mollie Sutherland Mr Tom Baker and daught r Miss Bertha Edgerton are spendirig this week Mr Baker is having liis eye treated spenTuesdayMr Felix Noel attended lurch at Pleasant Grove Sunday Afflicted With Rheumatism I was and amyet afficted wi h rhea matism says Mr J C Baynel editor of the Jierald Addington India Terri tory fbut thanks to Chamberlains Pain Balm I am able once more to at tend business It is the bsof lini ments If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial and you dare cer thrle e application relieves the pain For sale by every dealer in the Blu Grass Red Bird Here we are now boys with Red Bird The Peacock of the FlockThe one we have been needing for a yourinterest ytoIf booth of us work we all work together Red Bird is the finest breeder in t becausebest His colts have sold for high prices than any colts I can mention This horse is a standard bred sadd horse and is registered Lookfor my bills and other adver tising in a short time Dont forget that I am still at Sprintfield 66 Sun Sfiipe Iknow you are not going to use saddle horses alltogether so remember the famous harness horse SUN SHINE Sun Shine defeated Glen Brooke at Stanfordand Lancaster last ear Also defeated Rex Arbuckle another celebrated show horse that won Le ington State Fair This goes to pro splendidLook at his last years colts tJhey will stylfirmaddlehorsesome if you want a harness horse you want one that can go Bill Goebel JackBillc untq Thanking you all for last years pat increRedbI am Yours Respectfully D BAKERN I Brought Suit Lebanon Enterprise Through attorney H W Rives R J A Hogarty pastor of St Augus t nes church late yesterday afternoon filed suit in the circuit court against J3hn H Kearns for fifty thousand dol hrs damage The suit is the result of statements alleged to have been made by Mr Kearns charging that Father Hogarty had bought a negros vote the temperance cause with a suit clothes The petition recites that Mr Kearns wrongfully unlawfully a maliciously uttered and published of and concerning the plaintiff the following false defamatory and slanderous words in the presence and hearing of HogatBrown with a suit of clothes thereby meaning charge plaintiff with bribery in having procured for Dick Brown a suit of infiuencinn his vote in the local option election HeartI pageYof a little boy dropping dead while ing whipped by his teacher The following is another little chapter in the sad affair Ravenna Ohio February 26 Following the tragic thof hers Robert Finch the fourteenyear old Ravenna schoolboy who fell dead w his teacher was administering a rebu for misbehavior last Thursday his mother Mrs George Fitch aged 35 years Suddenly expired in the dooryard of her home today Her death is attributed to a broken heartiMrs Finch had grieved deeply over her boys death saying to a friend yesterday that she felt her own life was soon to end The teacher was one of those who sought to console her but inconseol able TATHAM SPRINGS Misses Ethel Rogers and Pearl Snider visited Mrs Nannie Hungate Monday mgnt Mr Ray Walls of Pleasant Grove visited here Sunday Brother E W Summers of George town delivered a very interesting ser pMisstle White Miss Etta Colvin of Sharpsville is the guest of Mr Newton Dennis Mr Ei Yocum wife and daughter of Mooresville and Mr Garrett Clark and wife pf Willisburg visited Mr M B Wells Sunday Mr Ivan Keeling visitedat Cross Roads Sunday Messrs Jim and Lev Snider were in Willisburg tufday Mr Will Owen was in Lebanon Sun day Springfield Market Bacoa Hams 15c Sides icB- eeswaxc per pound Butter 15c to 20c p0r pound ChickensHens 7c Spring 8c Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks 7c per pound Corn Meal 75c to80c per bushel EgK8 lc per dozen Feathers 44c per pound FlourS to ttoor Ginseng STGOper pound gain Whwit ow wirnfiOc Oat 40c uHdosQroon iHc to lOc d 12H per pound Lime to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran abipstuffi 1100 per hClib pounds PotatoesCountry Soc eOnions rSaltfUrand 185 per barrel Turkoya per pound leTallow4c per pound Vinegnrx to 4oc per gallon WoolBurrvan jreaav laicclear of greaso 20c tub washed 28c Country SorghumISo to 50c Gcose35c a Iloice f SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sn chargadwantedLiu1tedin another department of the paper a VOn low rates H D Stil 1 s Springfield has for baleved A L Litsey Springfield has fo sale five or six go cows Some of them are fresh sIIhas3hasforeggs 75c for 17 fokr per setting of 17 Richard Riley Springfield wants a good Jack to farm at Willisburg this season T E Ballard Rt 5 has for sale WhitLeghorn Mammotbronze h Mrs rM Howard Lebapon Rt 3 has for Cornishindie Game hens D G Rt 2 has for sale two good workmules 15J hands high 4 yearsoldEmmett Settles Booker has for sale twenty head of sheep Mrs R B CregorRt 3 Lebanon has for sale one and two year old gin pricesvthe coming season and the yearlings are fine and large Anytime from now ofMayA C Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotte Plymoth Rocks and singlecomb Brown Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 forL C Young route 2 has for sale a sixyear old jack iMrs B L Litsey Pleasant Grove has for sale a lot of Buff Orpington roostersYoungJ wants 50 or 75 bushels of good corn solorhast0first of May salegStocked from Northern Illinois last year Springfieldturkeys My pCp is headed bv one bf Wrights p e winners at the Lou prizents satebWhite Pekin duck eggs 50c for twelve P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has tor sale Duroc Jersey gilts andmales Call and see them C W Homan Springfield has for sale a good work horse for4keJ G Adams Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale a lot of lay KyRteggs 50c for setting of 15 eggs Tele phone J E Derringer Rt 1 has for sale a lot of locust and cedar posts Good IMiss Sue A Duncan Springfield R has for sale pure bredS C B for 15 eggs eggSljOO THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH theshortesttime latestandgraduatesSchool LyonortaaaosJ M 33= Lakes Overflowers1 4 pikeclosenew stock barn Price 40 per acre jNo 57163 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco landrplenty posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 fineorchardPrice 30 per acre dwpllfng14acrebluegrassplenty virginsoiland buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land stockbarnand church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty tobaccofarmsNo 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on rackvmepJk5 room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn stock barn 2 corn cnbs 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 underitroof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts pertpike4roomPriceS20No 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6Jill stockr75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre ufencedPrice 60 per acre oftimberNo 70144h acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bottomland well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land timber Price 60 per acrer f KB1enf rp Picture Frames Let me frame your pictures any kind any style Price reas onable best w- orkMirrors I am prepared to retouch mir shapetoOr if you want me to I will make you a nice mirror and frame RepairingWhen pairing done remember Taylors Repair Shop The best work at the mist reasonable prices I Geo B Taylor I i A Royal f Opportunity Sweethearts 117 y youvofw ifthetI Iw