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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h JR Ii F itJ m r bc J Uttr i j 2 f k 1f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY h I IsVOLUME III SPRINGFIELD KYM WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1907 NUMIER IT LEBANON DRYai After the Hardest Bate Ever Waged n Kentucky t WETS WIN AT IJWRENB BURG In the local option election at Lebanon yesterday the drys won by a ma Jority of sixtythre This election was perhaps the most hotly contested ever held in Kentucky Both sides had thorough organization and contested every inch of ground 36r the past six weeks the local option forces have held public meetings every nIght and during the past two weeks oratory was heard in every quarter of the town at all hours of the day and way up into the night i Indeed the saloon people had a hard fight to come up againstthey were forced to fight the combined forces of the churches their arguments were not only met by argument but by the I pleadings of Women and children as se dHundredsMarion county assisted in the fight lengthy petitions from the country dis tracts were sent to Lebanon begging the people to vote for local option school childrengirls and boyssought voters and made personal appeals wives implored husbands mothers upon bended knees plead with sons sweet hearts demanded of sweethearts that they vote to stamp out the liquor traf fit in Lebanon and yesterday Vote shows what wonderful powers these combined agencies are It is almost impossible for the wets to win when a tight of this nature is made The crowd at Lebanon yesterday is estimated at from 10000 to 15000 The temperance parade was the most magnificent and inspiring ever held in the State Old grey headed men andI women pretty young ladies and little children marched shouted and sang brass bands played and banners and flags were waved Little boys carried placards uPon which were the words Vote For Mel Qld grey headed fathers and mothers carried banners upon which were inscribed Vote For My Son Other placards bore the inscriptions Vote for Home Vote For God Vote For Right HIGH SCHOOL NOTES 4 It maybe that our notes are a little lacking in spice and ginger this weeki but we must confess to being human and tell you in all frankness that the charms of newcome spring have quite taken all other thoughts from our mind and we had almost forgotten that we were supposed to have any readers Indeed we have contended at sundry times that such a thing as a reader of the High School Notes was a fiction but we chanced to find record of a young lady at a distance who read them every week to see if she could tend anything said about one of our highs school boys We regret to say to our shame that his name has appear ed but four times in the last four months Years ago when we were younger than now especially in the spring we thought a week too long to wait and we can imagine the anxiety with which she has week after week read the inane lines dignified by the name of High School Notes Dear little girl we wi1 be more kin dat hereafter and we trust that often you may have us to thank for letting you hear from your lazy lover We have been negligent as we said before but we were negligent ina good caus To be exact we left tow and spent our weekend vacation i Pleasant Grove where we gainedper mission to visit because that iathe only 4partof the county where our name is ofeitf obnoxious as to make a visit un r iw pleasant in its consequences We were not at all amiable when it come to the thoughts ofr WerWould rather sit under the trees along the Beech or dangle our legs over the suspension bridge at Poortown ball team is in full practice now IThe meet game the town boys Friday in In the spelling match between the eighth arid sixth grade the former were victorous last Friday while the seventh defeated the fifth grade students The purpose of these spelling matches is practice and the selection of the best individual spellers of the school Next Fribay Prof Colvins room will spell against Prof Thompsons grade This promises to be the closest matchers as the high school will have difficulty defeating the eighth year CONGRESSMAN BEN JOHNSON Complimented When Se lectedto Make Trip to Panama Congressmapi Ben Johnson has returned from Panama he having arrived at his home in Bardstown Mon ay evening j Mr Johnson was one of Congressmen who made the trip the delegation being headed by Speak er Cannon u In selecting the Congress men to make this trip only those of practical minds and recognized ability were invited says a press dispatch The Sun considers that Mr Johnson has been very considerably complimented the snore so when it is considered that he has not yet occupied a seat in Congress Some important canal legislation will come up before the next Congress and it was thought that a trip of investigation by Congressman who will be leaders in the next House would be the thestrip was arranged Congressman Ben Johnson may nev er stand upon the floorS of Congress scrape the milky way with a sil yer tongue but when it cones to mak ing a practical I s eechone jtull of meat and meaning we know he will be as good as the bes- tUnfortunate Accident Anderson News Owen Baker 14 years old who lives with Mr S T Sale in the country recently met with a frightful accident He was riding through a gate and in trying to close it the horse reared falling upon the little fellow It is supposed the stirrup struck his ear in such a wy as to sever it entirely from his head Upon reach ing home it was discovered the ear was gone and a member of the family returning to the found the missing i member Dr Pavnter was summoned and the ear sewed on but in a few days it was found necessary to bring the brave young man to town where the ear was again entirely removed He spent several days at Mr J W Sales but improved so rapidly that he was taken home on Friday where ho con tinues to improve As soon as possible an artificial ear will take the place of the old one and the News sincerely hopes he will hear as well as ever Missionary Meeting The Central Association Fifth Sat urday and Sunday meeting willmeet with the Baptist church at this place There will be an address Tuesday evening by Rev W D Spinks a missionary who has been at work in Africa The services will commence 930 a m Saturday and continue throughout the day On Sunday Kev J P Stuart will preach at 11 oclock At theyjegular evening service at 730 onefof the visiting Brethren will preach The program is an unusually inter sonservicesnQOQOQOQQQOOCOOQQdQQOOOOQOQ Sun and Herald OOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOCXXXXXXX3 ci C McCHORD His Work As Railroad Commissioner Is Reviewed and S Complimented From CourierJournalof Monday Kyrnominee for State Railroad Commis sioner from the Second Railroad Com therthe district composed of the following J Norton Fitch of Nicholasville man Samuel T Spaulding of chairI Biscoe Hindman of Louisville Lee of Owenton Arthur B Rouse Burlington and J F Hawn of ofI bourville Mr McChord was formally of his nomination at The Seel bach yesterday afternoon following a meeting of the Executive Committee Monday was the last day for candi dates to enter the race for the Railroad Commissioner and the committee found that Mr McChord was the only one who had formally entered and paid his entrance fee Had there been other haveitee met yesterday it not only declared theIas a of the Ken tucky Railroad Commission on which aslcfour years from 1895 to 1899 when he was a member of the State Senate Mr McChord was appointed ia member of Commission by Gov Brown in 1892 The office of State ailroad Commissioner was made an elective one in 1895 by the new State Constitution His years of experience in dealing proIlemsChord one of the widest known State officials in the country He is the au thor of the McChord Railroad Bill un THE RULEYSummer Is and Mf For I livery Work CompanysI ill be pushed to completion within the ext two months It will be ready in ime for summer delivery the farm era of Washington county hare a right to be elated over the success have Achieved but they must continue to rigorously push the work this warehouse will not only prove a blessing to the farmers ot today but it will prove- a blessing to the farmers of the fu l ureto the sons of the farmers of to day It will standas a monument to he integrity of C McChord and the- renwho have gallantly followed him In Nearly all of the 1907 crop has now een pooled and it is confidently be eved that in another month every i cre of the crop will be signed up Mr McChord will speak in TayJors Hie next Monday Skeleton round While removing a lot of rubbish om the cellar under l1rleL Prices saloon this morning a part of the skele- t n of a man was found It is suppos ed to have been put there many years ajcjo by some doctor who occupied the room above thecellar It plainly shows imtit had undergone desection as t le skull was sawed in two mid other e iderices were visible r l der which the Railroad Commissioners are given power to ratesIin Kentucky and which has successfully stood the test of the Supreme Court The McChord Bill is responsible for the reduction by one quarter of freight rates in the State and placed Louis ville on a par with Cincinnati which had an advantage of 25 per cent in the matter of freight rates In cases growing out of both of these reductions the State Railroad Commissioner has been enjoined and Comm ssioner Stone will take proof in the cases next month Mr McChord is vicepresident of the National Association of Railroad Com missioners the membership of which embraces the commissioners of thirty three States He is f yearsPold and prior to ijis a Gov Brown he wad Pro ecuting Attor ney of Washingt n Bounty and in which capacity he was serving his third term when he resigned to take his appointment Recently several of Mr McChords Louisville friends have urged him to take up the practic a of law in Louisville in connection with the duties of his office and iti j believed that he will do so By virt e and his knowledge of the railroad situation in Kentucky he is ably qualified to represent the plaintiffs in railroad rate cases and he knowledgeIof the Kentucky General Assembly the RailItwo other members of the commission from 2000 to 3000 a year In the event of Mr McChords reelection it is believed he will again be chosen chairman of the commission Springfield WinsI Last Thursday night the Glen Lilly Bowling Team composed of Theo Campell Will Waters Leon Allen Will Greene and Harry Reed played the strong Gilt Edge team of Louis ville on Grotes Alley in Louisville and won two straight games It was decided at first that one tam should win two out of three games and by winning the first two Springfield won the series The Springfield boys were on their toes and the Louisville boss found that they had more than met their match Her Cigthtieth Anniversary The eightieth anniversay of the birth day of Mrs N J Yankey was celebra ted happily on Tuesday with a family gathering at her home on Constitution servtedandwith her except Mrs W T Montgom ery of Kansas City whose picture oc cupied a place of honor Those pres ent were Mr J S Yankey of Spring field Misses Eliza Sallie and Lena Yankey the grandchildren Miss Rena B Yankey of MackviHe Ky and Mr A G Yankey a student of State Col loge also Rev and Mrs J W Carter and little daughter Frances Miss Sallie Peter of Mackville and Miss Salhe Daly The centerpiece was an immenje cake fitty inches in circumference topped with eighty green and white candles and the flowers were white and pink carnations and hyacinths Ribbons extended from th chandelier to the edge of the table rnd were in white and green the Iris i cblore in honoj of Mrs Yankeys an iostral coun try The name cards were particularly dainty inscribed with tl e following tender clever originalversJs written by the youngest 0 the house Miss Lena Yankey The pDern was en titled Eighty Useful and Beautiful years The groundhog had com out from his lair And the breath of Spring was in the air The days of the season were just nineteen When the March wind tl at blew sot tin Ji k keen- Announced the life of one who was to have her share In a world of joy and a world of care Shes here today we have her love aboyeTranquil so fair There is only a little silver in her hair As it heavenlyblueWith shiningthrouh The occasion was bright and delightful and Mrs Yankey who is strong arid well bearing the weight of her years so gracefully was remembered with many good wishes and gifts of devotion from family and friends Death of Mrs Ray Mrs William E Raj died at St Josephs Infirmary in Louisville last night at 11 oclock from the effects of an operation for tumor The operation agoandly until two days ago when her condi tion became alarmmgtThe deceased was the wife of Mr W E Ray of the Pleasant Run neighborhood one of the best known farmers in Washington county She was a lovable woman and her death is mourned hy many people Mrs Ray was a devout member of the Bethlehem Bap tist church and was one of that insti tutions most valuable workers She was about fiftyone years old Her maiden name was Froman being a daughter of Isaac Froman who was well known in this county Besides a husband the deceased leaves ten children one brother and two sis ters To these sorrowing ones The Sun extends sympathy Funeral services will occur at Beth lehem tomorrow morning Judge Thurmans Charge Green County Record Judge Thur man in his charge to the Grand Jury got down to business Among other things he said there is scarcely a crime Committed iir your midst that is not due minorIawsfor the minor breaches of law such as carrying deadly weapdns and the illicit sale of whisky you will have made a long step toward the preventing of homicides These minor violations lead to greater Stop the carrying of deadly weapons and by so doing you prevent murder stop the sale of whisky and you lessen the criminal docket Whisky is the direct cause of a very large per cent of the crime and lawlessness of any community in which it is sold And especially do I call your attention to the fact that the rigid enforcement of these offenses will save many a life Another offense said he to which I call your attention is gambling among the higher classes I dont know whether you have the gentleman poker player in Greensburg or not I have never heard of it but many towns have them If there be let the negro and the crap game go for the time and look after these poker players More young men have been ruined by these upper class private poker rooms than in almost anything else Young men who fre quent these places either become so infatuated with it or else the man at the head of it gets such control of them that they are made to misappro priate the money of tHeir employer forge checks and commit other crimes to get money to gamble on In some instances they become the masters of the young men by causing them to do things by which to raise money and then hold it over them and in that way force them to go deeper and do many dishonest things until at last there is no other alternative for the young man but the loss of his position and disgrace from indictments for embezzlement and forgery There are instances when to save them from the penitentiary aged parents have been made to give up their homes to pay the son out These are dangerous places and if you can find proof of such a place a few indict ments may save some promising young man The sale of cigaretts was also prominently mentioned The jury ear neatly admonished to give this mattes their attention culling their attention to th many ways in which this law in violated in many places A Meeting of the A S of E Locals of Washington County will Be Held Here Saturday Afternoon at I Oclock t COMMITTEDSUICIDE Young Woman Ends Her Life at Willisi burg Miss Mollie Skimmerhorn daughter of Mr and Mrs William Skimmer horn of Willisburg committed suicide last Mbnday afternoon The young woman was employed in the family of Mr Thomas Miller and in the afternoon asked permission to go home On the way horn she stopped at Trents store anal bought a small quantity of carbolic acid She then went to Wells Bros store and purchased atablet and pencil From there she went dirict to the home of her parents and it is said wrote a farewell letter to members of her fam ily After the letter was finished shea was seen to leave the house and go into the yard where she was soon found ina dying condition It was then discovered that she had swallow ed about a half ounce of the deadly poison Physicians were summoned but it was impossible to save her life and she died in great agony about 9 oclock Monday night No cause is assigned for the rash act Wild Man In Garrard County Lexington Ky March 22 Inform ation has been received here that the people in the country around Buena Vistara illageJAGarr county are much excited overt the rePoitsThat a wild man has his haunts in the Ken tucky near that place A party is organized to explore a cave beIng creature is believed to have his and attempt tocapture him Jim Peters a farm hand employed by S D Scott postmaster at Buena Vista while working in Bowmans woods near High Grove a short distance from Beuna Vista Was attracted by the pe culiar actions of his dog which came running to him from a thicket near by yelping and showing eyery evidence of extreme fright A moment later Peters says a creature with the shape of a human being followed the dog and approached within twenty yards of him Peters says he was to frightened to run The apparition kept its eyes on the dog until asked what it was doing there when it turned and disappeared in the woods Peters says that the creature wore no clothes except a coon skin tied about its loins Its long black hair streamed down its back and breast in a matted mass and covered the face so that he could not see whether it had a beard or not Its body was covered with a coat of soft fuzzy black hair and its finger and toe nails were long and curved like talons Peters hurried home and toldhis employer who today organized a party who went to where the wild man had been seen They found no trace of him in the woods but mtte mud of the river bank they found tracks of bare human feet with clawlike toe nails Meanwhile the women arid children of the vicinity are afraid to leave their homes The man is supposed to be an escaped prisoner or lunatic The County Candidate When the sap begins to rise and the geese begin to mate we Bear the gen tle carol of the county candidate Ot hes a jolly fellow and full of vain con ceits and sees a bosom friend in everyman he meets He asks about your family your horses and your hogs and shows a friendly interest in the chil dren and the dogs Oh hes a jolly gentleman as gamesome as a Iamb as blithesome as a meadow lark as slick as any clam His prospects are the brightest and his chances they are sure and he spends his money freely and ha helps the needy poor He goes to church on Sunday and his pious traits appear but when necessary he will set sanguinebuoyantstarts ont early in the morning and stays until its late HiSpatient wife unlocks the door and with a look of pninsqe says You neednt try to lie to me your legs been pulled again f4i r 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1907 8 e THE SPARROWAND THE OWL 11 THE SPARROW If h winged it down to Uniontown ale day last week to see Mr POUIL Jiclntire4 He told me he was well satisfied with his new home but I noticed that he kept his eyes turned toward Washington county My pre action is that he will be a citizen of this county again in two or three years I will be glad to welcome him home He may not love an English Sparrow bait his home was a hospitable one and 1 dont like to see a family like Mr Mclntires move away vMr Conrad Hertlein is entertaining las friends with stories of his trip to Germany I have heard many people say that they never were as glad to lee anybody as they were to see Con bigjeartedlire all his friends The professidnal slanderer is usually a man who would not be believed upon thoAll sensible people recognize Jem as a common blackguard and shoo his foul tongue begins to be jEurch his utterances arcUset down ias lies Whenever you feel like saying some ttiing mean about a man look into your cessifI witnessed a marriage in an adjoin JOg county a few days ago A couple came to town to get married They came m a spring wagon to which two mall mules Of the kicking variety t here hitched and immediately repaired tit the County Clerks office to procure I a license The young groomtabe after searching every pocket in his trousers his vest and his coat sadly hand that he was twentyfive cents afeort of the price of the license which Ale Clerk refused to grant remarking makertwo hearts beat as one The young fellow was puzzled a tear came into HHreye and he had a severe case of the snuffles He dropped into a chair ie bled himself up like one afflicted Sallierleis go back home an git married neother time Im sick an pa needs e mulesuI aint agoin do no sich f athinc Sallie quickly and hotly lied anef you dont git them Ii eBse Ill box your jaws till you cant icar it thunder an J mean jist what I iiigrV toot This bit of speech from SaJlie made the young mans predic- await the more serious and he shifted easily in his chair and cast a pitiful ikofc at the County Judge Presently KB face grew brighter and he arose item the chair Stepping around to wkcre the Clerk was seated he asked n you say that it tuck long green git them papers Thats what I said replied the amused Clerk Well said the young hero Ive a ttvmt or two over in the spring m Ill give you tem and a wagonI a quarter fer them papers vas made and the County Judge said youngebe said the youn manafraidofhis afer I spect we d better not tak Mat weddin tower over to the station am tire cars fer I aint got no money ailokahere Sam said Sallie tha drip on the cars was one of the things B married you fer art Im agoin too you hear me Sallie I spect pa wants them mules an if we dont git Kick home ma will be uneasy about Be But Sallie would not listen ills o pleadings and told him if he didnt iake her over to thej next station she would bump him against the court Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURES COUghS Colds Croup and Whooping Cough overttirojrf be contain no opium oe other harmdrug and be ien M confidently to a baby ni to an adult xvPrlc6 25 eta Large Size SO eta 4 t t h house until his nose bled It was very evident to the bystanders that Sams canoe had struck another snag and to help nim out some one in the crowd said Go down to the depots this afternoon and when the train comes in ride around theY The couple immediately started for the station and there they waited for some time Sam became impatient and asked the agent If he couldnt send the cars word to hurry me an Sallies got to git home pa wants the mules The agent got mad and threw a bucketful of cold water in Sanas face This strangled him and he swallowed a hunk of tobacco The tobacco choked him and Sallie him in the back until hejthousht she was mad and he begged her to stop The train came in late in the after noon and Sam and Sallie made a rush for the coach Seating themselves on the rear platformside by side they were ready for the wedding trip The conductor saw the two and procuring a large board he went around to the opposite side of the coach and brought it down on the platform with a terrific force It had the desired effect Sam yelled The biler to the engine done busted and he sand Sallie ran neck and neck till they reached the spring wagon A jerk of the line and a crack journeywas ii THE OWL nervous system received such a shocKwhite on duty at a certain place in this county Saturday night that I was compelledo put myself under the care ofal physician I was sitting on a dead limb of a white oak tree in graveyard The moot had just risen and a ghbstlylike appearance cam e over everything breezes in th tree tops ere moan ing like wounded hounds an the old world seemed to be breathing contagion I got frIghtened riot at any one thing ih particular and wheIn bury that fowl tonight wouldnt you Sam Ill bet hes looking at us tight now Thi froze me I was speechless terrorstricjcen in every sense of the word My feathers turned white in a second Bury me It was an awful thing to think about I crawled up be neath a big bunch of leaves to await developments They soon came A tall fellow and a short fellow walked over to a lonely part of the cemeteryjust a few steps behind me and began to look for something Directly the tall man picked up a womans handker chief remarking 1 have found it I Then he saidinow Sam heres 5 cents and you must never tell that you came with me to this place for if you did she would break the engagement You see my coming here in the dea hour of night aftr this little handker chief will convince her that I am not afraid of ghosts as is reported through the neighborhood She told me she dispised a coward especially one who was afraid bfj spooks and this is a way she had of testing nerve1 will deliver this handkerchief to her tonight Doutell that you came with me Ltgiresay men Washington county would not talk so much about howtto a few more of the houses 1 Aman loses nothing by being kind A fellow befriended me once and I kept his daughter from running off and getting married I knot ed a big app e off of a tree and ifstrack the girl i the head causing her to have brain fever from which she ditdo I heard an amusing few nights ago between a SP boy and his sweetheart It rUla this way He said that he a visiting young lady cute and exceptionto s young lady was perfectly horrid Sh also said that Johnnie who is noted as an ugly boy was such a handsome young fellow In fact she said H is about the best looking boy I know Do you think he is bet ter looking than Iasked her astonished sweet cart How ridiculous replied the young lady You will never see the day that you will be half so good looking and cute as Johnnie He started to leave and his jokingwas also joking that he thought Miss as ugly as a mud fence The made up in the usual way and I left them cooing like doves at sunset l i of Character of a Mans Bearda You can tell some of a mans habits and read some of his traits of character from his beardsaid the old barber Ifaman spends his days at a desk beside a window his hair and beard will grow faster on the side toward ithe window Plants and beards both flourish under the influence of sunlight Why one of my customers found the effects of the side light so pronounced that he changed his office desk to face the window Another interesting fact is that when a man is up late or works long hours he needs a shave oftener than if he took the usual amount of- leep Thats because in being awake the keeps the vital processes of his body i n greater activity than when asleep The growth of the hair depends largely on the circulation of the blood and the heart slows down when we sleepKansas City Star Gratified Kentucky Advocate The nomination of Hon C C McChord for Railroad Commissioner from this district is re ceived with a great deal of satisfaction asImember of the Commission since its creation He has made a close study of iailroad conditions in Kentucky and various States of the Union and is con sidered to be the best posted and most efficient Railroad Commissioner in the country It is fortunate for the State indeed that he is to be retained in a sition that he has filled so acceptably- and it is creditable to the Democratic party that it is to be represented by man so yell informed and so capable Read This Harrodsburg Herald Sears Roebuck Co have recently made the state ment that they will not fill grocery orders in the future because of the passage of the pure food law In other words it is a confession that they have been doping their customers in the past with adulterated concoctions tuneat obey tha law Now that they cant sell you dope from which they exacte seeeyou nothing Only another proof that you should trade at home with mer chants whom you know are not schem ing to beat you out of 90 cents of every dollar you spend with them Keep your money at home and eat undoped foods and be happy Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skilled workmen need ed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malana 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 top biliousness weakness and all stom 0ach liver and kidney troubles Guar druggists CHEESESdSOTT to Keep Different Varieties Fresh and Pnlntnble Few housekeepers have any Idea that ppclnl cure should be taken In order to keep cheese In the best condition tins the Boston Traveler Most o them wrap It In n paper and lay It upon the pantry shelf there to remain until it becomes too dry or moldy to be good Different cheeses require dif ferent treatment ilEdam cheese is best kept 09a cool dry shelf If one has n buffcjt In th kitchen It will keep fresh f r som time If placed there Chess dishes with glass or porcelain tops nrapt to cause Edam cheese to sweat Roquefort cheese may be kept out of the window or in a cool closet iu a Jar but should first be wrapped In paper tinfoil Camembert Gorgonzola and HrlI should be treated in the swine way bu must be brought In some time before they arc to be used ad the cold air tinnmediately American cheese should be win PP In several thicknesses of paper an kept on the lower shelf In thc refrig orator or In the fresh air food chest lion to Drive u Well In many sections of the country lire Uier0 is a gravelly substratum the obtaining of water Is u comparatively simple matter by weans of a driver oesecttoca b and a quarter is fitted with a point of iron This pipe Is bored full of holes which are covered with a brass gauze The point Is driven into the ground by a sledge hammer and five foot sections of galvanized iron pipe are ttf it as It is driven Into the ground Fre quent tests are inade with a pitcher pump to Discover when water liar beer reached This method of obtaining wa ter is not altogether satisfactory be cause from the very nature of things the Work has to be done blindly nnc very otto one is obliged to sire upon = oyr from which no water can bo obtained The Poorest Man The poorest man on earth may not doorOrNeglected ragged and footsore gazeAcross waysOrThe poorest man on earth may lead A mighty army to success And know not what it is to need pitilessTheA master or his tellow men He may send fleets of ships to sea Whose like shall not be seen again The poorest man on earth is one knowHow gOTheknownTheThe child that is Ms very own IS E Kiser Old Times Old Friends Old Love There are nQ days like the good old days youthfulWhenAnd speech and deeds were truthful Brfore a love for sordid gold Became mans ruling passion becameSlaveThere are no girls like the good old girls- Against the world Id stake em heattAsThey were richIn spirit and common tAnde haw taught school too And they made such likely cqurtin ofad togetherWhen brown bare feet heathgrWhendawn Of the bee in the billowy clover whippoorwillEchoed There is no love like the good old love The love that mother gave us agamForus So we dream and dream of the good old times And our hearts grow tenderer fonder dear old dreams bring sooth ding gleams Of heaven away off yonder Eugene Field Ever a Song Somewhere mydearThere is ever a something that sings alway Theres the song of the lark when the skies are clear And the song of the thrush when the grayThe across the grain And the bluebird trills in the orchard tree And in and out when the eaves dri rain The swallows are twittering teas lessly mydearBe the skies above dark or fair There is ever a song that our hearts may hear mydearThere is ever a song somewhere mydearIn middayblueThe robin pipes when the sun is here And the cricket chirrups the whole night through The buds may blow and the fruit may Browf autumn leaves drop Cris and sere But whether the sun or the rain or the snpw- mydearJames Wjhitcomb Riley WomaneIt takes a hundred men to make an encampment but one woman can make a home I not only admire woman as the most beautiful objects ever created but I reverence her as the redeemed glory of humanity the sanctuary of all virtues the pledge of all perfect qualities of heart and head It is because women are so much better than men that their faults are considered great ereThe one thing in this world riseds one which the light burns forever the one star that darkness cannot quench is womans love It rises to the greatest heights it sinks to the lowest depths it forgives the most cruel injuries womans love is the perfume of the earth This is the real love that sub hahs giveuss song to the grand closing symphony that bears the soulaway on wings of fire A love that is greater than power sweeter than life and stronger than death Lost and Found Lost between 930 p m and noon today a bilious attack wit nausea and sick headache This loss 1wa occasioned by finding at Haydon RbDersans drug store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the guaranteed jaundlct 1LeI 8111 1BARGAINS H ESTATE goodbarn15 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good schoolhNo 4255acres three good barns two dwellings plenty off grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre N95167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile school 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 tobacco well fenced Nci 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarg1No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield On good pike one 7 inbluesix room roomdwelling school bottomlandroomdwellingc barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 dwellingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre inSpringfield milesfromNo 231392 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well 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 barns1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bot tom 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 layed in cement water in every field all year fine set or grass 35 acres of corn in this year dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 j No 28160 acres 3j miles from Springfield on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price30 per acre easy payments No 301151 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six housefineprice 4500 per acre No31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good offine K No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 No 33231 acres in Nelson courity on Stoner 6 miles from finePallecopntywellfencedty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will PlentyofNo 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 pUceFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre barnholdsboth stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7J Pmiles from Springfield close to school and Price 30 per acre andYwell in yard 270 milesfromyear good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk Ihouse at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules landtacre easy payment Springfieldgoodwatered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of tobaccolanNo 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings oftSpringfieldplenty 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 land and locust good orchard good fence fine water close to school two Amiles from a depot 50 per acre InCooneyoftobaccoland on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 52135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land restinNo 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 64Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobacco besth8r Dm Lake Springfield 411II IIIJIIILt I t t f J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH H 1907 Ft c u t j J i by r PEOPLE WHO ARE INDEBTED TO ME MUST PAY BY APRIL 10tMY BUSINESS HAS BEEN INCORPORATED AND IT WILL BE NECESSARY FOR ME TO SETTLE ALL OLD ACCOUNTS GIVE THIS E MATTER YOUR EARLIEST ATTENTION AS IT IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY TO GET MY OLD BUSINESS SETTLED BY APRIL 10 y J Ii lI1 M H JONES CO t Ji r tI Will be the name ofifhe new firm and it is expected to greatly enlarge the business J fr ti We will be constantly in the market for Eggs Poultry Etc and will quote the highest Jmaret prices Look for our advertisements each weekI l7r t I I t f r t t House and Lot For Sale rtt fs- Vg r r r I have 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 rooms and front and back porches Lot front 60 feet running back 219 feet to alley A very desirable home Virginia Avenue promises soon to be one of the best residence streets 4inSpringfield If you are looking for something good for the money I have it I IlCatchy Words bf- Americari MaKe HeraldIFrom the Hartford The manufacturing tinct of the American has not been confined to the material things of life When he has needed a word he has made it just as he has invariably made other things that he wanted Sometimes he grafted the bud of his thought on some foreign words and acclimated them and sometimes he evidenced a glorious amount of independence and made his words as the world was made out of nothingI Have you ever heard the reason why the American Government is called Uncle Sam It was because one J Samuel Wilson Government Inspector of beef and pork at Troy N Y in 1812 had a way of marking his barrels with his own initials ajrid U S meaning United States A workman who was something ofa wag saw the letters and facetiously remarked that he supposed they stood for Uncle Sam The joke was retold and until it became a commdnj saying retoldI the general Government has nicknamed for nearly a hundred years Over a century ago the United States was also known to England and other foreign countries as Brother Jonath an Why Because George Wash ington was very greatly ntluenced by the opmionsof Jonathan Turnbull and had a way of saying Well I must consult Brother Jonathan before he made decisions The term became local and then drifted to its general use Tammany the name adopted by a Democratic club in New York m 1871 had been used for nearly a hundred years It was the anglicization of the name of wise old Tamane an Indian who lived in Pennsylvania and bywhosecontinental troops when they were casting about for an American sain Britistoenemy who had St George on their banners J Skedaddle was bequeathed to the vocabulary by a war corres Americans pondent from the London Times who came over to report the Battle of Bull Run He watched the very hurried and undignified manner in which the Union soldiers left thu field and applied to this route the term skedaddle Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts- redistricted the State to his own ad van tage in 1811 andwhen someone looked at the new district and remarked that it looked for all the world like a salam under some one else replied Better BowelTrouble ur1sign tive organs are overworked too heavll burdenedIn of rebellion Itis a seri ous condi tionand neglected will result in complications of the gravest character Death not infrequently ensues as the penalty for thinking that the trouble will correct itself and disappear uaaa sisted conditIondontI DP CaldweUiLaxatlum Syrup PepsinIt is the safest qulfckestactlngf and most effective remedy in the world toil all bowel and stomach troublesplea penetratingIt aid Instantly corrects it f The confined gases are released fen mentation is stopped and the affected locality soothed and strengthened PEPSnfIdruggistsYour if II tydutrehlnlkBOCK OP WONDERS and free lamplet those who have never trio this woadetg- reiatdy Mall your post today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Montlaalla Illinals J RED CROSS DRUG STORE i TftMH JONES 1 say a Gerrymander And so the name was jborn and has been kept to represent all such political redistricting i1 Buncom county N C has lent its name to the countrys vocabulary and is a synonym for hypocritical enthusi am not be ause that is a characterist ic of the p ople of that section but because ago a member of matyears county persist ed in when the gener al exodus of the members showed they didnt want to hear it When it was intimated that he might as well stop he replied Never mind Im talking to Buncome The word in its new a sense was first applied to the speeches that were made in Congress for the ex- Press purposeof being sent home to almiring constituents and later received its present application Another purely American term is 3 K It was derived from the WDrds Aux Cayes from which place tt e best tobacco and rum were brought o er a century ago The pronunciation w is 0 K and brevityloving America immediately took the letters as a means of indorsing other things that were as satisfactory as the tobacco and rum from Aux Cayes Barbecue a method of preparing meat that has lent its name to allday beffromerica borrowed the name from the In dians of Guiana who grilled theirI meats on a wooden frame called berbe kot The Southerners are willing toc accept either origin of the word so long as the art of preparing meat in this mariner is not forgotten The name Polly for a parrot was brought from New Orleans by early flatboatmen who went from the Cumberland and Ohio countries down the Mississippi to sell their produce They saw these tropical birds swinging in front of Louisiana homes and heard the owners call to the bird parle parle meaning talk talk When the travelers returned home and told of the strange birds they called them Vpollies The word schooner as applied to a sailing vessel came from New England f where it was coined by a Gloucester boatman in 1713 A new vessel was t aunched and one of the workmen cried out in great admiration See how she coons meaning skimming along The owner grasped the word and called the boat a scooner or schooner as it is now spelled The Spaniards loaned many words to the vocabularies of settlers in the Southwest Thu first gold discovery in California was called a bonanza from theJSpanish word meaning goodluck Broncho is SpanishAmerican for a mustang but bronchobusting is purely American in its origin and application sets also Spanish as is calaboose ovincialism for the town lockup Chaparral the only vegetation on the long stretches of desert region in the West gets its name from the same land that gave pueble ombrero and the lariat to this language Guerilla is also of Spanish origin The black mammy of the South will bake you a corn UDodger at your re quest and know you are Southern 1oms The impression will be the same if you ask for pone The latter word ispf pure Indian manufacture coming rect from the village of Powhatan himself who called it pohn when speak ing to the men of Capt Smiths party MugWump is another Indian word which has been removed from its prim itive dignity It means a chief among the old Algonquins Elliott used it in his Indian Bible asa synonym for centurion or captian Political parties borrowed it in 1872 as k term of J derision for Republicans who had deserted to vindicate certain principles WhijjgiKgin is the name applied by InIdian hunteis and American trappers toJ the written permission to hunt game in the Northwest The origin of the name is unknown It sounds as if it had beer fathered by a jag A Hint toTravfelhrs While in Suffolk Va ilehryCroti Jr proprietor of the Beaverton Mich Hardware Co was taken Yory sick with bowel trouble A travehngsales man from Sagmaw Mich advised himI to get a bottle of Chamberlrins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which he did It soncured me and I take pleasure in rec mending it he saps No one should leave home on a journey it out a uttU of this remedy It id almost sure to be needed and is not obtainable while on steamships or cars Sold by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Subscribe for Th Sun UX year 0 t t I Hare For Sue a few 1l Hack MInirea Roosters 20000t To Whomsoever Shall Marry One of His Daughterst Spokane Wash March 17I will give a wedding present of 20000 to each of my three daughters the day they are married to husbands satisfac tory to me taniel Sullivan of Fravel Wash who garnered a fortune of 250000 of his 1000 acre domain in the Samish flits oat belt west of Spokane makes the foregoing announcement Farther Sullivans trio of daughters range from 25 to 18 years of age They are comely well educated and sprightly but all have an impediment in their speech Mary is the oldest the second being Nelly 21 years of age while Kate the YQungest has just passed her 18th ifrthday The fact that my girls hays def cta in their may handicap them in the race husbands of the right sort Mr Sullivan said For that reason I have resolved that the men who take them as their wives shall be rewarded My girls shall have everything their hearts desire Db Not Neglect a Bad Cold N eve allow a cold to take its course Too often at this se ason of the year its course is toward pneumonia Chamber lainsiCough Remedy will promptly cure your cold and counteract any tendency in this direction There is nothing better for acute throat and lung troubles sale by every reliable dealer in the ie Grass Stuck It To Him LaRue Herald We like the manner in which Hardin county has started out as a local option county Mr Sommers editor of thd News recently made the stat ment that for a week after the salons were closed there was not a sing e drunken man found on the street THe first man that was seen to be drunk was taken before the court and made to itll where begot Iiiq whisky with the esult that Geo Upton was arrest ed on the charge of selling whisky withput license was given three months in jail and fined fifty dollars At the close of his term v of imprisonment ho will be turned over to the Federal authorities and will be tried in th Fed eracourt for violation of the Federal laws anff will probably be sent to Fed eral prison This looks like a rocky road to travel but the more rocks there are on the road the fewer there who will travel it If LaRue county would adopt the plan of exhausting local legal resources and then urn the prisoners over to the Federal authorities it will have a fine effect w There are parties in the town now dal blingjn whisky who would not dare do so if they only thought that their cases would be called in that court where punishment is certain and severe Give them all a chance at the Pedentf court Mythological Addenda Achilles was sulking in his tent Np more of this camping out for me be saM It took us all day to get the tent pitched according to td rectlons Implacabre ne went om sulking as advertised The Sunday Magazine vi rz td Nervous t WornOut l If you are in this conditio Li your nerve force is weak the power is giving out the or pans of your body have slowed up and do their wok imperfectly This failure o do the work required clothe system and brings distress and disease When the nerves are weak the heart is unable to force the lifegiving blodd through your veins the storai ach fails to digest food j they kidneys lack power to filter- impuritiesfrom the blood and thepoisonous waste remains in the system to breed disease Nerve energy must be restored Dr Miles Nervine Will do it because it strengthens thes t nerves jit is a nerve medicine- and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous system Several years ago I was ell broken dome I eras nervous wo1out not sleep and was In constant pate I doctored for months and finally tM doctor sold he could do nothlnr toe me I began taking Dr Miles Nervine and altogether lcM bottles and I became 8tro healthY and noW weigh 170 pound 1L Co CUNNINGRAX 108 EUaworth Ave Allegheny he Dr Miles Nervln la MM Jay ywr druBOUt who will guarantee that IM flrat bottle will benefit tlf It flfiwill rerun your my Miles Medical Co Elkbarflial 4 4 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1907 7- I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher lftered at the postoffice at Sprineldi Ey thfe TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION q tJi 100liltTree KonthsI0 Via writing to have your address change- alwa cive the costofilce to which vourtrnDer a youitANNOUNCEMENT Rogers Gore is a candidate for State Senator from the fifteenth Senatorial District composed of Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the Democratic party iris PROM FRIENDS letter From the Editor4n Chief of the Oar too Ohio Daily News Dayton Ohio March 23 1907Mr J Rogers Gore Springfield KyMy Dear BoyI rfee from the Kentucky papers that you will be nominated for the state senate in your district A few years ago I would have been sorry to hear this for it mightnot have been possible for you to have been of servic- to your district I refer to theda Y when good honest men were in the minority in the legislatures of this country gente ral reform wave is sweeping over th country when the masses are demand ing that their representatives represent them when there is a crying d mand for purity and integrity in politics as well as in business and whe it is seen that the safety of the country lies in a fearless independence you can be of great benefit to your distri ctin and therefore to yourself No man i of any benefit to himself uuless he of benefit to others I have tried to keep up with your career since the glad wild days when you came into the printing office to work under me and I assure yo eallofside df right in so many instances There has never been a doubt in mind as to your ultimate success your district does not want you senator I shall think all the less of t district but not the less of you I sincerely trust that you will n lay aside your newspaper career in th instance for I assure you that wha- ever the disgruntled may say the to remains thatthe press of this country is running this country to the extent that It is preaching sound doctrine have such implicit faith in the irate rity and the wisdom of the people that I believe the man who day after da or week after week lays before people the uncolored facts concerning currentQuestions is doing more for the country than arty other man With implicit confidence in you and knowing that you will never weaken and leaye the high ground upon whir h you stand I am Very respectfully GEO F BURBA Letter From Congressman Smith Hodgenville Ky March 25 1907 J Rogers Gore Esq Springfield Ky My Dear RoJtersI have just read the announcement of your nomination t Senator from your district and I writ to congratulate you upon your succes- The position of Senator is not only a very dignified but a very important one and it is a great compliment to any citizen to be chosen and called to this high trust I am very much pleased to know that during your brief residence among the good people of Washington county you have so established yourself in their confidence and esteem as to cause them to confer this honor I have doubt you will be easily elected and make your splendid constituents a faithful patriotic Senator With kin est regards I am f Your friend D H SMITH r- y Letter Ftl Suferinteiidarit Schools r f ellridte County HardMbwrg Kyf March 22 1907 Dear Rogers Glad youre to be in potttke and politics so be congrat ilatii 47our getting into the frsy YomWiu of course and be in the jttxt Jtfiikiture IgUmember the schools i And compulsory laws need your aid- Were all glad and the are rejoicing to see that you the nomination without a LJOEL Yours Wil1win Letter From Circuit Clerk of Breckenridge County Hardinsburi Ky March 21 1907 J Rogers Gore Esq Springfield Ky Dear GoretnotIce you will receive the nomination for the Senate from your district I congratulate you We are for you over here in Breckenridge and wish we could vote for you Yours etc MOOREiTEXAS Miss Ida Kimberlin has gone to visit her rents in Louisville She was 5accompanied by her grandfather Mr G T Kimbeflin havermoved to their farm near Jensouton Mr Henry Peterson made a flying trip to Louisville one day last week Mr H J Cocanougher entertained the following guests last Wednesday i Mesdames Robert Arnold Iris Peter son Jacob Peterson Nancy Coca nougher and Jammina Brady Mrs Geo Campbell and daughter Kathleen visited her parents Saturday and Sunday Miss Cleva Cocanougher who has been very ill we are glad to report is improving Mrs T A Hayes and children were guests of Mrs David Purdom Thurs day returnedycalled by the death of her father Mr Robinson Harold the two year old son of Mr Fleece Purdomwho has been very low beesFleece Purdom is very ill at this writing Mrs Nat Campbell of Springfield was to see her mother Mrs Jacob Kimberlin one day last last week Mies Ada Arnold who is attending- e school in Perryville was with her par ents recently Mr and Mrs Harry Turner of Boy RobteArnold this week Miss Jenny Glasscock of Haysyille- n was the guest of her aunt Mrs Emily Cocanougher Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Robt Langford were Louisville last week to visit the lat FannyssoMisses Pearl and Edith Hungate will return to Tatham Springs next week They have bean with their uncle Dr Hatchett for the past month apuhaveIea Nelson county tIfo a lagripIe preached Saturdayof Campttsee her sinter Mrs Henry Wilson who isvery ilL The prayer meeting which convened attendgplishedI othef guests of Mrs Jacob Kimberlin Willisburg John Colvin bought of Charlie Coulter- a fine stallion pnce private Mr Col yin has a nice line ot stock J M Trent and W T Wells our merchants are in Louisville this week purchasing Spring goods Dr N B Riley of this place was called to Louisville this week to treat cancers He has several cases in that city orOur road superintendent Nimrod Hendren is g work pacescondition JJames McIlyoof this place has charge of the Pleasant Grove cemetery this He win certainly put it in good condition Mr Mcllvoy had had charge of the Cemetery there for quits auumberofyearpa Mrs Wm Scott is spending several weeks in Mooreayille Indiana with her sister Mrs L W JenkinsF 10Mrs Allen Sutton and children spent several days last weekwith her mother Mrs Wm Sutton at this placed Mrs Nora Foster and children spent last week with relatives at this place Mrs Nancye Ne arid daughters Misses Hester and Hattie spent Sat urday andSunday with her sister Mrs OJM A Shirley at this place Dr M W Hyatt and wife spent Sunday at Birchwood J L Prather and wife spent Sunday at the home of Jernme Colvin tetfe eoeooeOoeoeQeoeo aCteq The Sun JQeQeQOQQeQ QQaQeQap r r 8 Large ssortmen1 OFSf i New and Attfactive Spring and Summer Goods IMMENSE stock of Spring Goods has been recievedor at least a great part of OUR and we are anxious for the people of Washington and adjoining counties to our store and examine the goods e can truthfully say every department E71 of our store Is crowded with Ihe Latest Spring and Summer Goods and flat we II are prepared to loffer to the trade many excellent bargains IICopyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner s Marx Carpets Sultana Cottage Carpets k30c Sanitary Extra Super CarPpets35c Union Ingrams 40c C C Ingrams 50c Extra Super all wool IngramslOc Tapestry Brussells85cVel- vets 90c Axministers 115 Mattings J 15 to 50c t I 500 pair of Lace Curt iRs Ranging in Prices From HILLSBORO Mr Louis Kirsch of near Maud MontIgomeryBorn to the wire of Sam Montgomery on the 18tha boy Mrs Lucy Clark and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr J S Inman and family daughter spent Saturday night T and Sunday with frieoda anti relatives near TexasMisses Maggie and Zora were guests of Misses Maud and Eva Inman Saturday night and Sunday Mr Iven Safe wile and son Rod man attended church at Mackville Sunday i Miss Judith Montgomery spending several weeks wit frie1M and rela tives in Nelson county Miss Bertha Edgerton who has been visiting friends in Louisville for the past week has returned home Dee Edgerton who haa been very sick with the measles to some better at this writing Effie Coulter and Lillie Bardin spent last Tuesday with Mrs SabeCoulter Mr John Baker wifean41 children New cents and Henriettas Panamas Mohairs the lowest SOc to 6 Sunday witn Mr and fam ilyLeslie Sunday with Tom Mrs Nan Scott and neice Effie spent Sunday last with the family Dick Jifrs J S Thomas and children spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Otis HarmonMr Mcllvoy spent Sunday with Mr Fe G Noel Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong attended church at WillisburK Sunday Mrs Otis Harmon spent one day last week with at Mackville A Humane Appeal A humane citizen Richmond Ind D Williams 107 West Main withatake Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped comes up the proprietors saves lives than all throat arid lung remedies put together Used as and cold cure the world over Cures bronchitis hoarseness and phthisic the and up Guaranteed at Haydon Robertsons store- 5Ocwd1OO Trialbottle free CLOTHINGWe ever shown in our city we the exclusive sale of HartSchaffner Marx Suits These are the finest readytowear Suits also have an of Welworth Clothing for men Welworth for 1500 Suits Velworth 1800 for1250Su- itsWelworth 500 for 1000 Suits Welworth 1250 for 900 Suits Welworth 1000 for 750 We also have the exclusive sale of the celebrated Perfection tor Young Men Bovs and Children at prices that others ask for inferior goods s 1OOOO Rolls of Wall Paper 5 to40c J Fine ShoesFor Men and Women Williams Kneeland fine for Men at 450 and 5 W L Douglas fine Shoes for men at 3 and 350 Arnolds Perfection fine for men at 300 KrippendorfDittman Cos fine Shoes for Women ati250 3 350 and 4 Smiths Sterling Shoes for Misses and ChildrenWe all these Shoes in Patent Vici Kid Velour and Box Calf Spring Attractions In Check and Plaid Novelties in Dress Goods at 15 25 35 50 75 1 Plain Dress Goods in Black and Colors Serges Voile Batiste Danish Cloth Chiffon Panamas A variety at prices Bowls Settles spent outer of Hardin H friends of MrHJ weak lungs to me and fully to It more other a cough asthma whooping cough croup quinsy stops of lungis builds them drug i and have made We elegant line Suits 2000 M f Suits much Shoes Shoes Wool great spent Settle Miscellaneous THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN Side and Back Combs Ribbons BagsEtcThe most attractive stock of Wash goods including Mercerized Silks French Mul1sBatIsteetc Newest things irN Joconet Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries Val Torchon and Laces We in IvI CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN A CO I sundayInight Montgomery recommendation hemorrhages BLINCOE The constant chirping of birds and the trees that are putting forth their beautiful foliagemakes us know that spring is here- Several from here atteuded County court at Springfield Monday Mrs Nannie Burks who has been confined to her home tor several weeks is reported very ill at present Rev Father Pieters informs us he will Ieayefor Belgum in the near future Miss Leona Newton spent Sunday with Missei Addie and Nellie Relty Born id the wife ot Bernard Mur phy since our last writing a boy lo the wife of J E Filiatreau a fine girlLittle Alvie and gyble Edelen who have been very ill of measles we are glad to report convalescent Miss Lounette Bunette will go to Louisville Saturday to be the est of her sister Mrs J B Humphr Miss Mary Edelen of St Rose neigh borhood spent last week with her brother MR W K Edelen Miss Florence Fields will go to Lou isville this week to spend a few days with her sister Mrs Alina Hays The bans of matrimony were an Rugs 9x12 Axminister209- x12 Tapestry v16 8x10 Tapestry 1150 MoquetRugs 4 Moquet Rugs 3 Oilcloth Linoleums nounced here Sunday for the second time between Mr Hall Sympson and Miss Claudie Downs marriager will take place Thursday April 2nd Poultry aisingPays Farmers are coming to realize that r paying j Ythel put of corn or wheat Now is the f goodIyourfowlsoff diseases for soup cholera gapes and limberneck there is nothing better eachIto five drops two or three times a day as a preventive of disease give one to three drops to each fowl in the feed two or three times a week Turkeys being more delicate should be fed only one tothree drops at a feed Cap you afford to loose your chick ens when R41144 is guaranteed by i your druggist to give satisfaction or your money will be refuixleUIfA fc Mr Hbydom i ftIi Ifr r i h 1 I i r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 271907 GCp 5 t IGi fejra I U9l J1 We extend to you a cordial invitation 1to enjoy our advanced 1 showing of I Sprrngflillinery 1 Friday and Saturday March 29 and 30 1 IIIV L It will be our pleasure to have you consult us before buying J I your Will have on display a beautiful neoft II WaistsI If c i at v 11 1 MILLINERY I r F yn a ij ifjMjF jlv Dr J1M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Once in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes L STAbIaclc and white spotted setter slightly bobbed Return to this office and receive reward Pictures and picture frames at reduced pricesO E A Cox FOR RENT Richard Riley Spring field has for rent in Springfield a blacksmith shop and tools Springgoo An Immense Stock carefully selected from the best mar kets of the country You are cordially in vited to call and exam ine our large line of Spring and Summer goods Come whether you want to buy nor not It will be a pleasure to us to have you examine our goods i Grundy Mdntire l Air r I IWM Nally will speak at Cardwell Saturday in April at 2 oclock M in the inteaest of the A S of EIP FOUND Thfcee keys and a beer opener Call at Sun office Creamery butter milk will be deHyerlJ- ed to you at your home in Springfield at jOe a gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrott or the creamery OFFICE HOUltSDr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from if 8 to9 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can from now on be found in his of fice during these hours Mr Sam Nally sold a twoyearold colt by Happy Bean to MrJ R Beas ly of Hardford for 825cEverybody wants the best and to get the BEST S C B Leghorn chickens you should eggs from Miss Sue A Duncan R F D 3 Springfield Ky 100 for 15 eggsgl FOR SALEAwo story business house in the towi of Mackville Kyt 24x50 feet with Id foot shed room fullv length back yard with closet 20inchv adjustable shelving Will sell cheapt Direct me at Springfield Ky TIIOS JGRAvESr The dwelling house of W S Goode and Matt Truax situated on the cor t ner of Walnut and Main streets was sodat public outcry here Monday to disolve partnership W S Goode became the purchaser at 3410 EGGS FOR SALEGet the bent My Brown Leghorns were premium winners at Harrodsburg anq Springfield in 1906 White Plymoth Rocks and white Wy andotts were premiums at Springfield MEggsn FARMS FOR SALk Write Iw T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list df farms and other prpperty for sale He has what you wantIcRThe Electric Light and Water Company will handle its own ice durIing this season and will commence delivery April 1 A suitable office and storage room will be procured and you are requested to leave your orders with the person in charge Satisfac tion guaranteedI FIRE ALARM =An alarm of fire last Friday evening caused considerable excitement in Springfield A lamp in an upstairs room in the residence of Mr M L Searcy exploded and for a time it looked like a serious fire would result However the flames were extinguished before the fire department arrived WIRE YOUR HOUSES During the Waterr materialrlights The new plant will soon be in operation and the company will furnish the very best of lights S M Campbell reports county court day as among the dullest court days for Springfield Twenty or twentyfive mules were on the market but did not sell Six yearlings two mares and four horses were offered and took down at 8650 per head One pair work mare mules ag s 3 and 5 sold for 336 Hogs wer considered a least 20 per cent off from 30 day ago milk cows sold at from 20 52 per head A meeting of the A E Locals of Washington county be held in i1fSpringfield next S t item oon at 1 oclock Anydlstrlc has no elected its member on Board should do so at once and have attend this next Saturday The meeting will be animportant one i ji Keep On Organizing Uptodate Farming The tobacco raisers have already accomplished a wonderful work but it is nothing in omparison to what can be done by a effort The tobacco farmers of the whole nation can get together and refuse to sell a pound of tobacco to the trusts When they do this there will be hundreds of independent manufactures ready to start into business Even there were no independent buyers it would be an easy matter for the farmers to start factories of their own They can get plenty of money on their tobacco to build buildings and union tobacco workers would be only to glad to go in with them and work the tobac up Then as the farmer and the labor union people are the chief users of tobacco there is no reason why the factories could not get ready sale for all their products at fair prices and buyers would feel that they were etting good clean tobacco and that the money they paid for it was going the people who had earned it It need some nerve and some brain to accomplish all this but so tar tobacco farmers have shown no of these qualities It was no easy for the trusts of this country to accomplish what they have and it took with courage and with foresight do it It will require the same qual ides in your leaders now and youmust stand by them if you expect to win out Dont get jealous because some o her- man makes remarkable strides as leaders for some one must go ahead and as long as your leaders are going in the right direction help them along At the same time watch everybody It will not hurt an honest man to be watched In fact he wants you to keep an eye on him in order that you may see how well he is doing A COPY jIMadelineJMoon Beams and Dreams of You Down Where the Passion Flower Blooms the Sea J Its Delightful tobe Married Cant You See My Heart Beats all for CherryIn You j Keep a Cosy Corner in Your Heart furMJNot Because Your air I Want You for My CurleyJ La Tikette Southern Girl Sweetest Best Let Me Hear the Band Play Find Another Tree to Build Your Nest Arabesque Mignonne So Long Mary Nigger Loves His Possum Colorado Laura Happy Sammy Ive Been Looking For a Girl Like You Cinderellas songstoand instrumental pieces for 5 cents a copy Come before they are picked overt E Mm Russell OQOOOpOOQQQp o g a Personal Notes f iooVisitors and Out of TownA 10 Round Up of the WeeksIo Personal News OOQQooo sMr and Mrs J C Durrett af Bloomfield are visiting relations in t country ej Miss Ola Barbee of Adairville Ky is visiting Tier sister Mrs W M CroakerIMisses Katie and Roxie WakefieU of Maud were here this week visitIto d home Misses Catherine and Margaret Russell have returned from ia visit to friends in Louisville Mr Jack Beam of Bardstown was here yesterday on business Mrs Steve was called m1nessLouie and Jas Hughes and Will Anderson of Bloomfield spent Monday here with Dr WW Ray James Lampton is in Louisville to visit his sister Airs T E Hardesty who has been ill for several weeks is reported better Miss Minnie McClejlIand has re turned from Louisville where she spent a few days this week buying millinery goods Mr J C Shader has returned from Louisville where he spent the past week glheratltendedMiss Kate Wharton has returned home after several weeks visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Dick Edelen of Bardstown was Jn town Tuesday withifriendsMrs H P McChord and son Phil of Hopkinsville are the guest of her mother Mrs W G McElroy I Your WeISuit Him 11 We are representing this season M BORN I CO who Have been be fore the critical public for 31 years Every piece of they make up is Igoods d Not only js Ithe goods guaranteed but Fit and Satisfaction You want to have con fidence in your Doctor or your Lawyer why not in your Tailor Why not give us youi confidence and let us make you a 1SUlt Why PotIWe have received very fine line of ReadytoWear Sprint and Summer Clothing for all ages and at all prices Let us show you before buying one of the best lines you ever saw DONT MISS IT Mr Rod Wharton of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents here Mr Robert Cleaver of Lebanon was here Tuesday Mr F A Ware has returned from a visit to Lexington Mr Ed McElroy and Miss Sue Ray spent yesterday in Bloomfield The friends of Miss Nannie Ray Thurman will be sorry to learn of her serious illness at the Infirmery in Lebanon of pneumonia Mr and Mrs Byron Croake woo have been spending the winter in Tex as are at home They report an un usually pleasant trip but both are glad to again be in Washington county Miss Bennie Waters is visiting in Louisville this week- MissEmma Ensor spent last week with Miss Bennie Waters Airs W F Grigsby has returned from Wilmore where she has been Visiting the family of Dr A L Smith er- se z Millinery l Opening COMMENCING THURSDAY AF TERNOON AND CONTINUING UP TO SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH 28 29 and 301 WILL CONDUCT MY ANNUAL MILLINERY OPENING My Readyto Wears 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 Kflott Walk 350 4OO and 45O iitMrnear town spent a few days last week with relatives in Louisville Mrs Slaughter spent sevesajgbiys in Paris Ky last week Mrs M L Searcy and d ter Miss Ethel who have been inWexico on a visit to her son Mr Joh e y have returned home Mri l reports that her son is w pleased with his new home and is Idingan excellent business Miss Rebecca McElroy of Leba non is the guest of her sister Mrs I H Thurman tMr H M ONan was in Lonisvjjlef several days last week on business TMr Oscar Curry who has been in San Antonio Texas for some time has returned home very much improved L in health s Mr and Mrs T B Blanford of Piheville are here to spend several week Mr JS Yankey spent seversL days in Lexington last week Mrs W E Leachman has returned from a weeks visit to friends in Lou isville Mrs Weisen has returned to heJhome in Louisville after a visit to herS I sister Mrs W E Leachman r v Mrs Alice Thompson and son Nat are visiting her son Jim of Indian apolis t Mr Edd McElroy will return to Kansas City this week after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs A C M Elf roy Miss Mamie Knott of Nazareth- is spending a few days with her moth er of near town Miss Kate Mayes spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville Mr Jim Hughes of Bloomfield spent Sunday with DrandMrsW V W Ray Misses Virginia Anshultz and Mary Moore of Bardstown spentSundac hereMr John Grace after spending several weeks in Hendersonville N C has returned home much improved in health Mr Grace says he feels like a new man and while he is not anxious to run a footrace he says it is pleasure to know that beais able to accomplish that feat if it is ever necessary He will resume his duties as City Marshal Monday oursl1i = LfiIN IIOverShoes You Laugh When you feel gOOn You can riot feel good unless qur feet are comfortable Buy a pair of t- oAHananShoes the best and most comfortable Shoe for Men and Women on earth +and you will laugh S K THE ROBERTSON OLA YBROOKE QO itfjj r 4t 4 a i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN VEDNESIJAYMARCH 27 l07 Lt r V I Weavers Knot By FRANK H SWEET t I CopyrJght1906 by Frank H Sweet t ItA It It It It k w N H dear I cant do It I cant 0 Ive been tryln a whole week now an I alnt no nearer than when I started I might as well give up tryin an go back Taint In me There was a pitiful despair In the speakers voice and the long lean face looked so woebegone as to be almost grotesque But the eyes were beauti ful beautiful and pathetic like the- exs when overworked or the mountain brougbtTromtastrous eyes looking out with frightened uncertainty upon new things To fffe glanced Into them and checked the laugh which had bubbled ns far as her lips for the cause of the despair was only the tying of a weavers knot Oh well Mellndy she said reas nringly I gUess youll get It all right In time Most weavers have trouble at first I know I did That knots the hardest kind in the world till you learn how then Its the easiest See And she passed her fingers across a thread apparently just touching it and there was a knot Mellndy looked en admiringly despairingly Its the fingers she declared drear ily Yours Is soft an smooth an long an mine She held up her big toll worn hands as more eloquent than words and Josle nodded an assent Yes fingers help she agreed but yoursll wear smooth in Imj I dont know skeptically My fingers are pretty nigh bigs your wrist anbout as chunked I aint a bit o linger tips an theyre what tie the knots Mines been all roughed up chpppln down trees ln the woods an feandlln1 the goad drlvhV cattle an peelin tanbark an things like that The Inside o my hands is almost bards a bone I dont beleeve they ever can get soft tigln to haveifeelln like yours I ought to V stayed back Jn the wdbds But you said you ceulcfnt earn over a dollar a week there at most re dlnded JOSie and here you can make live or six after you learn how to weave Im making that now and- sometimes more You want to do a lot of things for the brothers and sls tersyouve been telling me about and for your sick mother It you give up foull have to save that up too If there was a chance the least of a chanct Id never give up sai Mellndy a flush coming to her lean faceIIbut I cant sees there is Pap an me once chopped In the woods all winter to pay a sickness bill o mas an I worked Jest as long every day be s did an got the meals an we didn give up till every last cent was paid Our folks dont give up Thats why Tve stuck to this knot ai whole week when I knew It want TIO use at the end of the first day Its jest wastin your tune an my time an the only thing Is for me to go back home There was no break In the voice now but Josle felt vaguely that a tragedy lay behind the words deeper than she could understand Involuntarily her hand fell upon the big rough one softly Just yon try It a few more days Mellndy she advised Folks neve know what they can do till It comes They think they cant and Its no use tad they wont try any more and then XX rorOKHB ABfe PBKTTT NIGH JIG e YOUR WRIST ill at once their eyes are opened and they find they can If I were you Mellndy I would t give up a weav ers knot after just one week It aint to hard as learning a crow to sing aid I was four months getting to that hit tune And Im not thinking Itof rtoppmc yet And Mellndy health a little and looking her companion Iflquirlifiy in the face guess th- lteapangood i8 deal to you more th fact the work and the dollars Meiiftdj turned her face away b Mt bee Josle saw in the depths of the We patient eyes a frighten iyJt 1Btas a good deal slowly a goo folvejythlng If I gobs iu too wooas l snaunt ever romp OUtI iSln I shant dast Itll be choppfn wood 4n strlppln tanbark all the rest b my life lnIhate It I hate It hr voice becoming bitter Its soso lit tie when theres so much I want to do II But itll Irave to come Im wiillu to try that knot another week or so longer JoIe since you want me to but Its time w stedc The cotton mill was a small affair built mauyjyears before and still whol ly dependent upon its water wheel for power Its help was utmost as crude as Its nJoHVe force being drawn mainly from the wild country In back and learning here Inadequately upon the very machines they were later to use la eachi department a few experienced operators had been brought up trot the mOre concentrated mill section below and these few were expected to show new hands about the work In ad dition ito running machines Josle Brock was pnc of these operators In the weave shop rind Meliiidy Weeks perhaps the crudest of all the new hands But then Mellndy Weeks had come from the wildest of the back country walking thirtyfive mites with her bag KagetIeir in a newspaper The water supply was a small stream as Inefficient as the rest of the mill out fit During seven months of the year It did all that cOuld be asked and the mill ran full time but through the other five when little rain fell and there was no snow toi melt the stream often shrank to a tiny thread and then the great water wheel ceased to revolve until the stream rose a few Inches when It would start again and run for an hourior so and then stbp for the wa ter once more to rise During Meliudys first week the mil had made full time for there had been rains but the day after her talk with Josle this temporary supply became ex bausted and the stream commenced to shrink ftVheh they went out to dinner Josle cast an anxious glanpe at two sand bats Which were beginning tq show in the middle of the stream When the and barS run together1 she said ito Melindy the water be too low to move the wheel and then wayffiWell likely stay shut down till 5 or so then start up and run an hour or two In the evening to help make up a Its likely to be that way right along now until another rain Well Ill bring in some crochet work to help fill in time but I guess my 6 this week wont be over 4 I cant do crochet work an things like thaft returned Melindy so if we stop Iguess Ill go out an look round some SO at 2 o doek when as Josie had predicted thee machinery began to go slower and slower and finally stopped with the necessary shutting Off of the vanishing poWer Melindy took her hat lookingdthought her steps took her naturally up the stream toward the woods She had been away from them a whojej week In aj few minutes she had van ished the foliage bVtryingtback an odd look of Interest In her face Where can I find a shovel shej asked the yardman He jerked thumb toward a small building In the tool house there I guess he answered Found some wild posies ye want to take up eq Well wipe the shovel off dry whenlyere through an put It back jest ye find it- Mellndy nodded and went on to the tool house from which she presently spaderthe superintendent were walking on the dam watching the water It had risen about three inches Not much show for more than an hours work I think said the super intendent Im afraid so In the end we shall have to put in steam power I suppose though that will be more expensive than our little hill warrants walked on to the end of the damand leaned against the log frame of the wajteij gate Fifteen minutes passed Then the superintendent ut tered a wondering exclamation and leaned forward peering down at the water s Great Scott be exclaimed four Inches of water since weve been Standing here Thats seven Inches and plenty enough to keep us going till 6 oclock And look yonder up the stream Therevs a regular freshet oming dowuli Whats It mean anyhow There isnt a cloud In the sky 10 it isnt a cloudburst But never mind though I know what it means tastily It meansa full days work for tomorrow and the next day and maybe for the next Excuse me now ill You can stay and watch the phe aomenon If you like I must run and jet that mill started Twenty minutes later the owner was tilt standing thiire beaming but per plexed Then be saw a girl coming toward him with a spade over her shoulder her band soiled and her face red from recent exertion Hows the water comln on she asked affably Fine he smiled but I cannot un deratand the reason only the result I hope It will keep on like this for jIfpretty well but not like Ithls she answered in a matter fuctolcef I guess the water II come down bouttwice as fast as it did before an itll come pretty steady He looked at her In amazement anWhat you know where It comes from T be exclaimed shentwas an corersedas five or acres I guess an on the other eider theres a brook most ack lUll An i amnt see any pines where woofer run in That made me know the pond was full o spring holes where the water bolls up pretty fast But I didnt think anything got back to this stream an sat downi Then 1t noticed water tricklln and that made mfi know the pond was higher jrtn Igot up ant looked round Then I home for the shovel And you cut through he asked tensely interested She nodded Twant moren ten feet I commenced at the river an dug bout three or tour feet deep till I got YOUVE BEEN HaRE LONG ENOUGH TO WHAT HANDS 1JO 8DIt near the pond then tapped through An I got pretty wet an muddy she finished laughing I guess Id better run to the boardln house an clean up fore I gO in the mill And you cut through he repeated Strange that you should discover such thing and we never thought of it in all the sears were been here Ive hunted around that pond a hundred times I suppose and never thought of there being any difference In the level of the water Oh It was jest one o them things that happens she answered carele- ssly1 set right where the water trickled down an I was thlnkln bout the mill stoppin fOr water I couldnt help the rest If Id set down ten foot oft Id never have thought an I might a walked a hundred times round the pond without noticin But if I was you Id send some men up an dig that ditch twit a as deep It would let the water in better An Id stop up the brook on other side Then youd have the wholehhlng Ill do lit at once he said quJckl- ynndthank you for the suggestion And noteabout yourself We must do something In return for all this I dont believe you realize what that water mean to us Her face flushed If that means glv In me something she answered soberly I guess youd better not study over It any more Back where I came from we dont have folks glvo us any thing an my work would a fetched lesstn When GeDtsimet her with sober face The overseers been here talking to me she said hesitatingly and and be doesnt seem to think its any use for you to keep on at the knot He wants me to take on another girl to show Im awfully sorry Mellndy But Meliiidy did not seem in the least disconcerted Ive known it since the first day she returned composedly but you wanted mb to keep on tryln This save both of us wostln more time As she was turning away the over seer came hurrying toward them em npologeticYou be askedI pf Josie Then glancing at her face Yes I see you have Well it was all a big mistake what I sardoIe justI been talking with the superintendent We want Miss Melindy to take a job as spare hand As a gift asked Mellndy coldly uNo eagerly as real needed hclpI Youve been here long enough to RecI what the spare bands have to doj iYoure stronger than any girl In here and can do the work of a man Therell be warps and cuts of cloth toj carry and help of all kinds to do Good land therell be work enough Well pay 4 a week at first Will you stay Yes please do Mellndy rt urgedI Josle Mellndy looked from one to the oth er doubtfully then berfaco cleared Yes Ill stay she answered Theres plenty of work 1 can do Ive seen that I guess 1 can earn the money Three months later she came to Josle one morning her face radiant See Josle she breathed II ron do it i can geta loom an weave See And she took a thread and passed her lingers over It and behold there was a weaver knot CarpetrA has Just been completed at the Royal carpet factory VIlton for a well known Lon don club It Is entirely handmade and although woven In one piece measures rover sixtytwo feet la length a id thirtyfive feet In breadth An Immense room over forty fet long lid tq be especially erected toninhoit and thirteen workers were continuously engaged for more than four months In its- manufactureLondon Chronicle k r ADVICE ONi SLEEPING Uov to Secure the Most Perfect IlepOHe During childhood and exhaustive states loo much sleep is rarely possible For those III lull tide of vigor top much sleep is often distinctly hurtful says Popular Science Monthly The action of narcotics presents none of the characteristics of normal sleep except the temporary arrest of con sciousness hence narcosis is nOt true sleep The best position to assume In sleep to Invite the east disturbance of the functions of the great abdomen or nearly Manyobscure forms of digestive or circulatory disorders a may have been initiated ln In fancy through lying too Ipng upon the beck To secure the most perfect reprise the temperature of all parts should be equalized before retiring Cold fleet In duce delay in securing sleep and it Is then shallow when at nlncd It is most unwise to overfill thi stomach before retiring This disturb j sleep almost as much as hunger but moderate eating before sleeping is not tiurtful and Is of fen salutary Body clothing at light should be loose not dense permitting the trendy passage of air navcr of wool next to the skin Bed clpthkg should not be too close pf blankets being preferable to mifertablea anti not tucked In texturelsely Air should be allowed to under the sides at one turns about more or less Early rising Is a salutary custom especially when the day comes early not otherwise More slee i Is required In winter than Insumme The best sleep Is had during the hours of darkness The sleeping room should be cool abundant air being always admitted This should not be Interpreted to jmean that the room may safely remain In colds How to Cole For Ones Hand The manner of washing and wiping ones hands has much to do with their general condition and even with the shape of the linger tips These can be helped to taper If each finger is wiped separately by taking the towel between thumb and forefinger of the other hand and pressing each finger at the side beginning at the nail and rubbing down to the palm Tills after a long time will affect their shape says a writer In the New York Post The common way of wiping by passing a towel over the hands rubbing from the palms down to the finger tips is a mistake and will thicken the flesn about the nulls Well shaped nails are essential and unfortunately few per sons have them naturally Many are made worse though by the way they are mistreated and like the fingers they may be Improved In wiping Each shouldl always be dried separately by pressing from the top ot the nail down to the base which1 keeps con stantly pressing back the ctIcle from the moon It takes only a couple of more minutes to treat the fingers this way each time they are wet and It is more than worth while Another aid Is to rub cold cream over the nall on going to bed using only Just enough to fill in the space between cuticle and base of the nail This will not rub off on the bedding and will prevent the cuticle from hardening How to Clean the Teeth The proper way to cleanse the tqeth s to brush from the gums downward for the Upper teeth and from the gums upward for the lower teeth By this method the bristles go between the teeth as well as over the front and sides Remember that the inside of the teeth requires more careful cleans Ing than the part which shows The most important cleansing of the day Is the one which takes place before going to bed No vestige of food should be allowed to cling to a tooth during the night an this Induces d cay To keep the teeth In perfect condition they should be cleansed after each meal Any acid like vinegar will dissolve the lime of the teeth and destroy their solidity A pleasant mouth wash when the mouth is at all sore is made iby shaking up a few drops of tincture of myrrh In a little vxirra water It Is also useful for sweetening the breath How to Starch Rlffhtljr One of the secrets of perfectly laundered garments Is in the starching says the Brown Book Always turn garments wrong side out before putting them In the starch rub and clap the starch well through but do not jet bit of it run upon the right side Thin materials should not be starched at till but should be dipped Into gum water made of white gum arable Especial care should be taken in sprinkling such garments as they cannot stand tile drenching which thicker materials are often treated to How to Treat DrnUea In the treatment of contusions where there Is extensive discoloration of the skin If olive oil be freely ap plied without ru blng the discolors tlon will quickly disappear Absorb ent cotton may t e soaked In the oil and applied If the skin Is broken a little boric acid should be applied over the abrasion A black eye thus treated can be rendered normal in a few hours especially If the oil be applied warmhow to Make Cloth Waterproof Take of powdered alum and sugar of lead each half an ounce and stir them Into a gallon of rain water and when the mixture Is clear pour off the upper liquid Immerse thecloth for twenty four hoirs then dry and press It The cloth moo uninjured In color and texture and will stand any amount of rain to which you are likely to be exposed WILDCAT FOR A PET Strange Playmate of Two Little Girls In Pasadena How would you like to have a real live wildcat for a pet This Is what little Elsie Stearns slx months old and Helen Stearns aged nine daughters of Mr and Mrs W H Stearns of Pasa dens Cal regard as their dearest rather play with this big Calif ornla wildcat than with their smaller domestic cats and he Is Just as good natured as any of the rest too Bengal is his name and he looks the part for his marking is very similar to beugal tigers He is u beautiful any imal about three and onehalf feet long and very heavy His fur Is soft and thick and it Is with this soft fur that the round faced baby loves best to playHe Was caught when three months old In the wilds of the San Bernardino mountains and purchased from a hunter at that age by Mr Stearns He has been with the family since that time He was put with several small an gora kittens and grew up and played with these He used to roam the house and jump on tobies and bookcases just as other kittens but he has grown too large for that now and they are obliged to keep him in the open folu his playfulness he might break orna ments and dishes He is devoted to the children He will lick the babys hand and face and let her play with him Just as roughly as she wishes with never a growl or sound and he is also fond of little Miss Helen He likes women and chil dren generally but does not care for menHe knows instinctively his natural enemies however and la really to pro dogsandventured into his kennel and was thrown out and summarily killed with one stroke bythe powerful cat The dogs belonging to the Stearns faIi however are exempt from this- treatjient He does not go near them and then runs up and gives tap as If to say Now will ACTS LIKE SNAKE Hisses In the Night Says Wife Who Wins 1438 Alimony According td his wifes story in court the other day Lewis Sunderlin a Rochester jeweler had all the made for their deaths crniotlon fu nerals and newspaper obituaries and seemed to take a good deal of pleasure In detailing them to her He had found out the cost of crema tion and told her at breakfast one morning that he planned bringing a coffin to the house so that he could get into It and see how he looked He offered to do the same for her she said and agreed to write a twp column obit uary notice for her as he had done for himself In the middle of the night she added he woufll get up and scream and HB BCHSAMKD AND HISSRD LIRE A SNARL hiss like a snake frequently talking to himself and frightening me she said Sunderland is eightyone years old He retains many youthful propensi ties according to his wife who told the court that she had found him in the parlor one day making love to a friend of his daughter by a former wife Mrs Sunderlin was suing for 1438 alleged to be due on an agreement un der which the couple separated in 1807 He was to pay her 100 a month He did this she said until 1004 when he refused to contribute any more judgesThe separDlonsbo averred was due to inhuman treatment and remarks She thought at times that she would die pf fright His False Teeth Fell Off ML Train Although Detectives Conroy and Roach of the East Fiftyfirst street station searched the snow in Third av cane from Fiftythird to Fiftyninth street New York city they were una ble to find a set pf false teeth lost by a passenger on anuL train Henry E Blunkid who said he lived at the South Ferry hotel walked Into the sta tion house and started to mumble something to the sergeant uIt you cant talk why write It remarked the sergeant I lost my teeth from the L train he wrote Blunklo was on a train and when seized with a coughing spell he went to the platform In a fit of coughing his teeth dropped out Dre FTruStyiPractical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices AD work guaranteed Office over Haydon 8 Barber B Osi LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident I Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dlTidendpayinp company in the world Your soliCitedI Dr HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS4toSpm i Dr J C MUdi SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE c J 8TORIf Office Hours 12 M to 2 P M Dr W WRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPTON MI D a SPRINGFIELD KY 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WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1907 t 7 4 sSiSiSv iS StiSSJS4t riiII A Piano Placed ali j In Your Home On Trial j I YOU intend purchasing a pn4it would be dollars in ket to get in correspond Itence with us leing the larestjpiano dealers in the Southardi buying them In enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Izano Players that wiliquickl yIthe most skeptical that iwejcan do all we say if ivettheI opportunity Our Iin consists of the following worldfamous makes v It I t PIANOS PRICE S178 UP 1 H PLAYER PIANOSH 500 PIJLNOPLAYERSI I I Eon enegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindry send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on triaU I Name J Address J Ky BABE FELL FROM ARMS Of Its Dead Mother Curt Jetts Rela live Into Water Dying Ashland Ky When Mrs Levl Jett a relative Of Curt s Jett of Breathitt county feud fame was bathing her in fant she was seized with a pain in the bead it is said and fell dead The babe fell from the lifeless arms of its mother into a tub of hot water and was scalded to death In the opinion of tjie coroner there are tho case and he with the county author tii will make an at once FOR COL GAINES A 2000 Verdict Is Given Against Editor WP Walton KyIn the case of Col Noel Gaines against Editor WP Walton for 25000 damages for alleged libel the jury returned a verdict for 2000 in behalf of the plaintiff new trial will beiasked for during the term and if the motion is overruled an appeal will be taken to the appellate court Treasure Is Ky After a search ex tending over two years Mrs Mary Jane Mullins aged 60 years unearthed a pot 6000 in gold and silver in an lot on the farm of her father the late Os born of Letcher county The father died 20 years ago leav- Ing at least 10000 it is said some Where on the farm Mrs Mullins will continue to search for the 44000 V In the find are sQme valuable old f Railey Fell Dead Versailles walking home from down town Jsham Railey aged 61 a retired business man and wealthy citizen of fell dead from heart disease He leaves a large family Mr Railey was a brotherin law of J B Haggan the New York One of his sisters Mrs Emma Railey Henry lives at Glcn dalet O Fifty Shots Fired feud bat tIe was fought between members of the feud faction in the mountains in which two of the leaders John W Boggs and Jesse White were killed outright whijie another of the Bogg faction was mortally wounded Some 50 shots were fired Veteran Dead Carrollton Ky Daniel Cox aged 66 a veteran died as result of a stroke of apoplexy Mr Cox was a successful farmer His wife nee Barbara Vance and three sons survive Arthur W who Is county attorney and and Kirby who are farmers New A S of E KyS B Lee of this city has just received his secrotary of tho National tobacco of the AJ3 of B r tsucceed 5 Hays Taylor of who resigned to go into the real estate business at D C 4000 For Y M Cj A Home r canvass for funds for tie purpose of erectln a Young Mens Christian building in this city is nicely and nearly 4000 lus been se w ill call the co mlttee jof the sixth appellate distric Friday March 29 at Covi gton a d declare Judge J M Lass rig demo cratic nominee for court of appeals OF Claim For Coal Lands eeted With Cheers By the Sergent fey After ar ments by john of Njw York for the Eastern Ken tucky Coal and Land Jo W MTS thwart of Ashland Ky Taylor Vlnsbn of Pr rev e Eenting the Great Northern Goal and Coke Attor Hindman Knolt When the was after cheer went up from the hundreds be taken The titles to 120000 acres of coal lands Valued at an enormous figure are SPOT OF BLOOD On a Bill Led To the Ar rest of the Landlord Mayfield Parker was In dieted and arrested charged with th murder of the man whos body was found a few weeks ago In It is not known who the murdered man was but it is certain that he was murdered as a plain knife wound over an inch long is in his heart which la now in of Dr DIsmukes The real clew to Parkers guilt was the spending df a fivedolj r bill In Pa- ducah a few days alter the murder with a spot of blood on Boy Wins Honors Glasgow A Summers the son oif Mjr Murray Summers for merly of this county but now of Smiths Grove Warren county has been to represent inj the contest Mr Sun mers will fn the law school tice law j Case kyf The case of ICather suit was over a note for 235 signet by Mary Gehring which the court says must be paid ito Katherine whether Mary Gehring the mother or Mary Gehring the daughter signed the note Chi kering Sons Decker Sons Haines Schubert Arm strohg Marshall Wendell Foster Co L and the AutopianoI The player thatcan be tached to any make piano rIn order to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your the trial willnot cost you a MiQNTENEGRQRIEHM MUSIC COtINCORPORATED I fourth Avenue Louisville SLSISISSlS SISSiSLSiSIStSIOLS SISSSSSRISSS SSsSS t lFROM ALL OVER THE STATE J Scalding suddenly suspicious circumstances attending investigation Lawrenceburg Unearthed Whitesburg containing abandoned Benjamin remaining lcoinsKyAfter Versallles millionaire Whitesburg KyAnother BoggsWhite Cumberland menjber Confederate confederate Benjamin Secretary Owensboro appointment- as jnrbwersj department Virginia Washington HarriOdsburg KyThe association progressing BUbSClibIng JMorehead DISMISSAL COftPORATIONSi Mountaineers exhaustive Hendricks attOrney Corporation andl stonburg Company Commonwealths clalpforcountyt HefldrlcKs involved FiveDollar KyBen mysterious USfhere possession itlKentucky IyCleon elected Cumberlancluniversity collegiate loraAorical graduate thenlCODle TheGehrlng Frankfurt ItrixHeckling BrosSterling SohmerrCecilian FarrandCecilian CecilianJA atI demonstrate satfisfiedith entf 628630 togetlerd 4HE vVAlTEb Rut Just Long Enough To Steal th Sparks Says Schuizm Louisville KyChas Schulz a jew eler has reported to the police that he was robied of 33 rings valued at 600 by a woman who had entered waltfolhAbouta sndquickly rang off Meanwhile Sctiulz saw the woman leaving Later he found that tho rings had been taker from a drawer AGED MINISTER War Chaplain and Relative of Clev land Dies at Louisville VhltneyClevelandhad been private secretary to Alexan er H Stephens chaplain of the 54Ui Georgia In the war and a member of President Davis secret service Rev M Cleveland was a relative of former Pre Cleveland He waa bomj in Georgia Indictment Dismissed Ashland KYllllamJ Rice banker and capitalist f Grayson who Just completed the organisation of ten reIcentlyre attorney Upon motion of the coin monwealth the indictment 7fal dla missed Rices prominence and great Wealth made the indictment a aJast a big sensation He is mown throughout Kentucky InJ financial cir cles Mrs Samuel Fischer Dead Elizabethtown KyMrs Samuel Fischer wife of Samuel Isher flsof Switzerland and was 65 years oldI She is survived by her husband ahd five children Samuel Louis and Adolph Fischer and Mrs T Hagenbuck of thh county and Frederick Fischer of Switzerland Does Not Tax Bonds Frankfort KyThe court of appeals affirmed the case of Commonwealth etc vs Jonathan Hearnes executor from Kenton county TIle suit was to force he payment of taxes on some District of Columbia bonds Issued un der act of congress The court says the bonds can not be taxed Capt W B Winans DeadoBowling Green lCycapt W B Wlnans aged 77 years died at his homel 1 this city after a lingering ill Capt Winans for years conduct ed the Ritter liouse near the depot and was known o the traveling public throughout the country Will Live on a Mountain Lexington Ky Senator J C S Blackburn of Versailles yill not go- ot Panama until April 15 H jind his wife will occupy a home on t 10 moun tain of Ancon a suburb of Panama City The Touch That HCE Is is the touch of Bucklens Arni a Salve ts the happiest combination cf Arnica and healing Balsams eve com pounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer is this Salve will burns scalds cuts wounds an absolute cure don Robertson o cureOittFor DESERTED BY PRESIDENT BONILLA1 tARE THE FORCES OF HONDURAS AND SALVADOR And Cable Dispatches Indicate That the Central American War is Practically Ended Washington March 25 President Bonilla has ted from the battlefield and the Central American war has practically endei according to cable byIThe fall of the HondufFcapital Tegucigalaua is raguan secretary of foreign flairs Mr Gomez The cablegram from the sjcretar of foreign affairs is follows ho lutea taken Salvadorean1and I on duran combined armies defeated Pres ident Bonilla hidden In Sail Lorenzo with J200 men Sent steamers to cap ture hem be ta en tomorrow Gen Romirez director eneral of telegl and telephones sends this message It is my opinion that the war is terminated Bonilld has tied from Sholuteca to sail When shown press dispatches an flouncing that President Bqnilla had fled from Honduras by boat Minister Corea expressed the opinion that the fugitive president would go to Salvador and again recruit his arimy for a second attack in Nicaragua unless the United States and Mexico exeijcise their good offices to the extent of insisting that Salvador and Guatemala maintain neutrality If this is done lilr Corea says the war is nded otherwise he Is firmly convinced that it will be only a question of a slnqt time untfl hostilities are again Tjsumed The Nicara guan minister wlhl ask Secretary Root and Mexican Ambassador Mr Creel to take some stepto force Salvador and Guatemala to keep neutrality pledge SIX KILLED SEVENTEEN HURTt And at Least Two Additional Bodies Under the Wreck IIJclal train on the Atchison Tppeka Santa Fe railway carrying scores fIstudents home from an intercollegiate field meet at Claremont collided head on with outbound limited No 2 011I the same road while both trains were oving at a rapid rate wlthlp the city limits here Six persons were killed and 17 Injured several of then fatally Both engines one of the baggage cars theied The crash wait terrific and was eard many blocks away from the Workers at the wreck stated they were convinced there were at least two additional1bodies under the wreck of Husband Took First Sh6t Florence Ala Mplrch 25The ne- gro Cleveland Hard g who attempt ed to assault Mrs Ben F Rice near here Friday and wbwas driven off by Mrs Rices shepherd dog was sum viet8mpathizersTled to a tree With his arms up the negro was riddled with bullets the first shot being fired by Rice following which It is said every man In the crowd emptied his revolver at the prisoner Verdict Not Guilty Carthage Mo March 25tThe jury In the unwritten law murder case gaipst ArthurL Sanderson who slew Dr D Meredith ai brother member of the Order of Eagles and his famfty physician on the morning of January 1 brought in averdict of not guilty A to one of1 the jprors the venljqt was reached upon the Idea UPIheldSporting Man ShOts Himself Memphis Tenn March 25SutIer ing from what the police say was mel ancholia Charles W Wallace a well known sporting man drew two revel- ersv at his place of business and in icted wounds that ci used almost stant death John E toiisch brother Inlay was wounded attempting to prevent the man from his purpose Trim Fell Dead Joplin Mo March 25When Joe Trims wife asked him for money ha dropped dead Trim was a machinist His wife wanted some money to do some shopping It was Immediately after he gave her a snaIl amouiit and she had started to leave the hQuso that he collapsed Four Men Buried Alive BelHngham Wash March 25 Eight miners were buried In an avalanche f snow at the Brlttannia mine on Howe Sound 40 milesj north of Van cnnver Four were taken out dead and four weie rescued + His 101st Birthday tJ25FrederICkGraugralne n celebrated his 101st birthday here Old Soldiers Leavenwortn Kas PoisonedI death resulted among diers at National Soldiers home who were poisoned by hash Tho victim was Will limit J Cook aged years A member of the 14th Mis were obtainable Forest Fire Still Raging Danville Va March 25The forest fie which broke out near Stuart and v Hh spread to Critz Js beleived lc In still raging though no advices from tho scene of the conflagration were obtainable i THE BUBBLE PIPE hueApollercauseWe go out In the kitchen when wo blow matchEllighteSomeheat1OnlyEn then he blowed em wit no hands en then againEncars en made Smoke rings that filed up in the air ei stayed IBiowedMy You mustnt do that or the smoke wont come Suck histhumbEn so I dld but the old pipe was broke En blewed a nasty taste en not a single smoke Edmund Vance Cooke in Judge Look at Him Do you believe all this about a mat being descended from a monkey You surely aint got the face to d- enyltComlc Cuts A Catch Question The civil service examiner was determining the fitness ota score of ap plicants for the police force He queS tioned them in arithmetic spelling and IIIIhis watch from his Docket and held it- ot the ear of a talk handsome young Do you hear that tick he said Yes perfectly the young man an swered He held It a foot from the ppllcants ear Still hear itt Yes sir Now stand back three paces The young man did so Now said the examiner do you hear It from that distance The applicant listened Intently Then he smiled and nodded I still hear it sir he said You have the most wonderful hearing I ever came across said the examiner enthusiastically That watch hasnt been running for three weeks Womans Home Companion What Ho Thought It Was Lloyd Grlscom the new ambassador to Italy tells of a baseball game he saw In Brazil An Englishman was catcher for his nine and did fairly well until a new pitcher was put In The twIrler sent in a hot one The Englishman failed to hold the ball which hit him on the nose and nocked him senseless When he recovered he asked feebly What was it The umpire answered It was a foul A fowl groaned the poor catcher mistaking the word I thought It was a mule His Acknowledgment Do you consider that luck has halt anything to do with your success Mr Mlllyuns Certainly I aint no such a duru fool as to deny that there was some luck about It I remember one time when I was a boy I nearly got drown ed while I was in swimming It was boyheardout how could I ever of become the man I amChicao RecordHerald OOOOOOOoooeOOQ The Sun 1 DI 0 0 fO 0 QrSOlO SD Always Keeps Chamberlains Cough Remedy ii His House We mould not be without Chamber lains Qough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home says W W Kearney editor of the Independent Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept at hand ready for instant useJla cold may be checked at the outset nd ithasremedy is 4180 without a peer for crou In children and will prevent the attack childbecomeshoarseappears which can only be done when the remedy is at hand For sale by every dealer in the Blue Grass Called at the Wrong Place If you please mum said the an dent ttero In an appealing voice as he stood at the back door of the cottage oh washday Ive lost my leg Well I aint got It snapped the woman fiercely And the door closed with a bang Ladles Hom Journal ooooo iiiooooo 0oI Chaplin Water 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Equipments and facilities Unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WElL President a OenTM nuser Secjr A Aiat Gexvl Mkr Treaas i g THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1907va= iChestnut r Dare i Is A SIRE HE HAS NO EQUAL Chestnut Dare is a sorrel stallijm 7 years ohl 16 hands one a 110rsewithand conformation This horse proved lastsnmmcrlwinninstHis colts won first and second ties over all competitors at our last fair defeating the unbeaten Castleman colt of tie Blue Grass circuit Not one of his three seasons of colts have ever been WashingtonEight of his colts of last season sold at weanlings from 100 to 150 the highest priced lot of colts ever sold at 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 yBrinkersThe Chester Dares are recognizad by alltobe not the highest priced but the greatest show family of horses in Kentucky and Chestnut Dare is a worthy son of a great sire I wish to state that recently I was offered twice as much money for him as any stallion in the county ever for and three times as much as has bee paid for a saddle and harness stallion f brought in the county so I ask the owners of good mares to patronize him so I can be justified in keeping this type of horse whose colts they cant beat or out sell 2OOOI TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL Lexin1toPrincen Jjtw jacks at 10 and 8 B B LEACHMAN arrrfMOORESVILLE JMr Jas Barlow of Daviess county Is visiting relatives at this place V Mr Ed Sweepey and Love Settle ere in Cincinnati last week Mr Ed Yocum and family and Mr Jerome Trent were in Louisville last Monday We were at Woodlawn last week and ttfonnd everything moving right along V in the farming line Sold about fifty dollars worth of fruit trees and pros sects are bright for a good fall deliv eryx people are sowing oats planting gardens and preparing for a large corn and toeaccocrop The infant child of Mr and Mrs Cheatham of Woodlawn di- edlfr Saturday and was interred at Mt on cemetery Sunday Several of our people attended coun MondayItMonday Mary Mrs W O Ellis and daughter Miss Nancy visited at Bloomfield last Su ifey We are glad to report Mrs Jeff t Smith as1 being co valescent J BROOKSVILLE J Born since our last to the wife of dCf JtJ Sharp a boy and to the wife fit Richard Sutton a girlMaggie D r Mrs Ida Wells of Willisburg is spending a few days with h mother Mary Jane Birch burg is disitingv Sutton this week Mrs Sendie Young par ents ai Sharpsville Visitedter Misses Hester Noel Keel ing spent last Tuesday with Miss Mae Colvin Mr Luther Cooksey arid fami y spent Sunda with Mr Jim Baker o Glens CreekA many fromthis place attend ed county court at Springfield Monday Mr W P Cheatham visi ed his motheri at Polin Sunday Dr MW Hyatt of Springfield visited his sister Mrs Tommie Birch who is very sick Mr Ralphe H Goldman of New York City was at this place ono night last week Afflicted With Rheumatism- I was and am yet afficted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addington Indian Terri tory but thanks to Chamberlains Pain Balm I am able once more to at tend to business It is the best of liniments If troubled with rheumatism giye Pam Balm a trial and you are cer to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords One relieves the pain For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Cheap Rates to Music festival specialnrate of one andonethird fare for the round trip from points in Kentucky and Indiana to Louisville April 18 19 and 20 good returning until April 21 on account of the music festival to be given in the armory in that city on those dates This festival will be the biggest musical event ever giV n in the South Walter Demrosch will be the cond ctor and his New York Symphony Orchestra and the Musical Club chorus of 325 voices will take part Among the soloists who have bee engaged for the festival are Mme Marcella Sembrich Mrs Mary Hessem de Moss Miss Alice iStovering Mi Corneille Overstreet Kellv Cole Elli son Van Moose WilIiapl Harper Fran cis Macmjllen violinist and Alexander Snslaysky violinist Five concerts will be given The opening concert Thursday night April 18 will be known as Grand Wagner night The ora torioIt tlligah will be sung Frida night Bryan Detroit March 22 William Jennings Bryan in an interview here denied ire Mayor Tom L Johnson of PoCleveland had been chosen to manage his next presidential cmpaigp Col Bryan said that the only reason ihe could see for the starting of such a rumor was thefact that he recently vis ited Mayor Johnson over night Colj Bryan said lie had not decided whether he would be a candidate Speaking df the railroad situation Col Bryan expressed the opinion that title first step toward reform was t0 ascertain the value of the railroads since a reasonable rate would be one that would ive reasonable return on a legitimate investment and at present no one Knew what the railroads wed e rthnCol Bryan said that the La Follette resolution providing for appraising f the railroads of the country and which was voted down in Congress b bitandmorfwaterinS it fT+ ++1 1 + Fancey Boy Will make the season of 1907 at iiy stable one t IAt8oO t2 TO INS RE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK + DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Fancey is a beautiful Chestnut Sorrel W lh blaze face and V one handledFancey stocking eightyearspld this spring 16 ha ds high and will ti1sdam by Pete Golddust by Zilcada GolddsL Second Dam by rQouncellor Wathens Fancy Boy by Gains Denmark first dam by Seal the second Gains Denmark bv Sumpter Denmark etc w YOUNG UpUKUC firstdam tpublic that th s young Draft Horse in the county 800 TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK + t muleJacks mareititL season money to prevent accidents and es W capes but not re onslble should any occur j For furtherformation call on or addressi +lit W L GRAHAM Cardwell Ky yv + t+C 4f i x Here we are now boys with Red Bird The Peacock of the Flock The one we have been needing for a yourinterestget this horse and now it is up to you yourIfgetherRed Bird is the finest breeder in the State The reason I can sav this is because he has proven himself to be the best His colts have sold for higher prices than any colts I can mention This horse is a standard bred saddle horse and is registered Look for my bills and other adver tising in a short time Dont forget that I am still at Springfield Sun Shine9 sadnthe famous harness horse SUN SHINE Sun Shine defeated Glen Brooke at Alsso another cele Lexingtone splendidLook at his last years colts they stylenNow gentlemen if you want a saddle steYP you wantone that can go jPill GoebelDont forget the great mule Jack Bill Goebel No better breeber in the taken to prevent accidents but I am not responsible should any occur See my ad in next weeks issue of The Sun Thanking you all for last years pat increasedbyI am Yours Respectfully L D BAKER Bitter Bitter Thoughta Boy under chastisement When pa asked mas hand he might have made it a condition that it should bo reserved for him exclusively It will not cost you acent to try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets and they are excellent for stom ache troubles and constipation Get a free sample at the Red Cross Drug Store Springfield MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati March 2- 3CATTLEExtra 5 40 5 60 900HOGSSHEEPExtra 5 40 5 50 25FLOURWHEAT Nc 2 red 7- 3CORNNo2 mixed 48 OATS No 2 mixed 44 4- 5RYENo2 choice 73 71 HAY Ch timothy 20 00 BUTTER Dairy 20 22 EGGS Per doz 15 APPLES Choice 2 7- 5POTATOESPer bu 65 TOBACCO Burley 5 05 18 75 CUICAOQ 7CORNNo t 4iVaPORKLARDSteam 9 22 NEW YORK PLOUR Win patent 3 3 85 82VtCORN17YPORKPrimeLARDS cam 9 4IALT121OBE WHEAT No 2 red 77 501IOAlSNoLOUISV1UX VHEATNo 2 red 6 75 ORNNo 2 mixed 50 DATSrNo 2 mixed 36 OGSExtra 6 20 6 80 ARDSteam 9 50 INDIANAPOLIS 3ATTLE Prime 5 15 Q5 35 OGSExtra 6 65 6 80 SHEEP Extra 4 60 C 4 65 Springfield Market Bacoa Hams 15c Sides 12Hc- Beo J wax 25c per pound Buttar15c to 20c per pound I ChickensHens 7c Spring 8c Dried apples 5c per pound Ducksic per pound Corn Meal 75c to Soc per bush Eggs12c per dozen Feathers 44c porpound FlonrS220toi260 Ginseng 750 per pound Oraln Wbont corn rl Date roc Hides Green 9j to JOe d12 i per pound Lime 90o to Slooi per barrel Mill products Bran 80 ships uft 100 pet JPotatoes inc and 3185 per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow4c per pound Vinegar 2oc to per gallo- nWoolBurn an greasy 14Hc clear of grease 20c tub washed 28c Country Sorghum 45c to 50c Qeose35c Ice- SUBSCRIBERS FREE C9LUMN subscribersadvertisement of wheat corn oats and other wantedLandiorAalosorted in another department of tho paper at very low rates Miss Sue A Duncan Springfield R F D 3 has for sale pure brdd S C B Leghorn eggs 100 for 15 eggs saleBuffeggs 15 for 1 150barrels hasfor1headH D Stiles Springfield has for balehayd A L Litsey Springfield has for sale five or six goo cows Some of them are fresh Rev GW Lyon Springfield ha for sale a good Jersey cow C M WiIliamsWiIlisburg Rt 1 has for white seed com Mrs Minnie D Reed R FJD 3h a for sale pure bred S C B eggs 75c for 17 Mrs FarmerGoatley Rt lj has for sale Plymouth Rock eggs pOco per setting of 17 Richard Riley Springfieldants a good Jack to farm at Willisburg this 1T E Ballard Rt 5 has W sale Buff Orpington Single Com White Leghorn and Pit Game eggs alfeb Pekin Duck eggs at 100 for 15 Mammoth Bronze turkey eggs lOc each Mrs P M Howard Lebano Rt3has for sale Cornishindie Game hens D G Drag Rt 2 has for sale two yearsold good work ups 15J hands igh4 Emmett Settles Booker has for sale of sheep I A C KimballSpnngfield Has for sale Wyandotts White Plymoth Rocks and singlecomb Brown Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 Richard Begeley Texas has fpr sale 200 firstclass locust posts R B Grc or Lebanon Rt 3 has thfirstReed Spalding Route 3 has for sale oatsStocked t year ringfieldturkeys My pen is headed bv one of Mrs Wrights prize winners at the Lou isville poultry show Won first priie Mrs L E Ross Rt 1 has for sale White Pekin duck eggs 50c for twelve P M Howard Lebanon Rt has malesCallC W Homan Springfield has for sale a good work horse H R Thompson Springfield has for sale a good fiveyear old work mule J G Adams Lebanon Rt 3 has forsale a lot of hay Mrs Lizzie Bosley Lebanon Ky Rt 3 has for sale Brown Leghorn eggs 50c for setting of 15 eggs Telephone J E Derringer Rt 1 has for sale a lot of locust and cedar posts Good ones 7f3i3Jt3i3 CifXiWi3tJ4Cit36iCif3t3triU oo- oooooC OOY Billy Boy Dark bay 16J hands high 7 years old good style and a good saddle nd PrinceheStone Clover mare Will make the season at the old place on the Willisb rg and S turnpike three IIi les from Willisburg at 6ooTo Insure a Living Colt At the same time and place I will also stand my fine Jack atICOLThHe is 15 hands high and is one pf the best Jacks ever in the county Money due when mare is parted wijth or bred elsewhere A lien retained 0n all colts until season is paid Richard Riley OOQ txiO GOOOCCCCXXOOCOOOOOOOOvXXXX9 THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH theshortesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete course in the latestand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and graduatesSchool LyonorE I Lakes Overflowers No 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price UO per acre No 57163 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco plenty posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 re tobacco barn good stable ana milk house fine churchPriceINo 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 dftfruitplenty of tobacco land Price 15000 iv lsoiland buggy house old stock barn good fence75 acres of tobacco I land jT stockbarnarid 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 tobaccofarmsNo 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on MacEville pike 5 room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn oldftock barn acies1 of water Price 25 per acres No 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with metal roof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locustS pernNo 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield J mile from pike 4 timfber C20 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles frdfri Springfield on good pike Q stockbarn75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre wenfencedPrice 60 per acre I oftimberNo 701441 acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land som timber Price 60 per acre r B D L ICEAAgent Ky v Shoes500PAIRS To Be Sold at 25 Cents on the Dollar CONTINUEUNTIL Can give you some remarkable getChoice OeoB Taylor tOpportunity Sweethearts AP Yis certain to present itself When it does say the words I beautifulyoungi ring a presents ire bought of me To prove it try It I JASJr GRAVESiri w tit i a