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Digital page images are linked to the text file. khl 4 fi1 U = w ft ttrt1r LIringth Un Yr ttI jI DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTS r l tVOLUME m t SSPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JIPRIL 3 1907 NUMIER JI rt i I OVER 300 FOR MISSIONS Given By The Members of the Springfield v Baptist Church The missionary meeting at the Baptist chnrch last Sunday morning was one of the most interestingof the kind f ever held in Springfield vRev Stu art occupied the pulpit and preached a sermon upon the subject of missions which many pronounced the best they had ever heard upon that subject At large crowd was in attendance at this- service At the conclusion o dicourse Mr Williams the pastor brief ly stated that the object of the meeting was to raise money for the foreign field and called for contributions In a few minutes over 300 was subscribed The people gave liberally and the amount realized astonished most of the audience The Springfield Baptist church is not a rich church but it is a very liberal one and we doubt whether there is another church of this denomi nation in Kentucky that is doing more or as much for tfiat matter for the Foreign Mission Board The contribu l tion of last Sunday speaks well for the portion and the members of that church Interesting Meeting Fifth Sunday Meeting of Central Association convened with Springfield Baptist church on Friday night at 8 oclock Rev W D SP inks lectured on Mjr Experience as a Missionary inI AYrica giving a thr ling and vivid account of personal experiences in Darkest Africa Tile services were resumed at 930 Saturday morning RevDevotionalJ C Quarks The subject My Call to the Foreign Field was discussed in beef talks by Revs J E Wills W D Spinks J C Quarles and J M Justice An excellent paper on The Need of Spiritual Religion was read by Mr Evan Rogers The next topic discussed was The Worlds Open Doors being a brief discussion of theI different mission fields and was parti cipated in by the visitors The morning session closed with an address by the pastor on The Christian Responsibility to the Worldsdpen Doors In the afternoon Rev J E Wills gave an inspiring address on The Church of Tomorrow After a discussion of the above topics by Rev R L Purdom the meeting adjourned On Sunda- yJ E Wills spoke at Bethlehem J C Quarles at Stewarts Creek W Do Spinks at Mackville and J M Justice at Rockbridgei Flowers Beautiful Flowers I will be in Springfield as usual this spring with a nice lot of flowers and plants Date laterIGEO R MATTINGLY t Marion County tHFalcon Mrs Annie Helm died at her home in the Popes creek neighborhood Saturday ratter an illness of six days of pneumonia aLMr Leo Merkley the J8yearold son of Mr J J died at his home in Campbellsville Tuesday morning of meningitis MrE Carl Litsey has Prchasedo f DrL D Knott his House and lot on Market street Mr Litsey having al ready purchased the lot adjoining this property he expects to make this one of the prettiest and most desirable homes in the city Price 2000 r A big stdckcompauy hjis been or ganized to established a wholesale grocery in Lebanon As a consequence there will be a change in pne of the leading retail grocery Bouses in the city All contracts will be signed Within a few days and we will be able to give a detailed statement of the new J deals in our next issue It progressive city like Lebanon will progr ss r J LONG RUN The dark loom of winter is past and glad bright days have come againa As one goes out these fine mornings and breathes the pure sweet atmosphere his poetical feelings naturally arise and he feels it would be the proper thing fpr some one to write an ode- on spring and we suggest that the Editor of the Sun give us the poem In order to inspire him in his effort we will suggest the first line The lovely days of spring have come We wou 1lJIurselves but we are hotjglfted along these lines Then when p f glow writes ab ut spring he ought to lie at his best and know just what he is doing for it is an em blem of resurrection and Iie for as the tends flower that last year went o sleep and for long moot s was enfolded in the dark embrace of nature but as the warm rays of tlje sun fell upon its tomb tie little bud clime forth into a new life Iso as the fond mother lays her sn0w drop baby away in the nark shades of the tomb she has the sweet assurance that in the resurrection morn the little form shall sqring forth into a glorified and endless life Yes we love spring because weloveI life Death is an intruder ifi theearth he has no right here aqd it was only when the liligh ting hand ot Satan was laid upon our first parents in the Garden of Eden thatIdecay and death came The fi traw was a law of life but sad to know that life was forfeited and death followed As we lookout upon the glad face of nature let us go back as faij as possible to the original law of life lOur Saviors mission to earth was jto give not only spiritual but physical life and give itc more abundantly the grave could only hold his mingled body three days and nights then he arose conquorer over deathand the tomb and was changed- to a glorified lifeso let us cherish this life and the life to come and cast aside the care and loom that may come into our livens and let us welcome this glad bright season as it comes fresh from the Makers Hand How anyone can be despondent or cross grain at a time like this we are at a loss to know It sums as if the loveliness of nature would be enough to bring outI the Very bdst there is in us But itJ was only the other evening we heard a man speaking evil things of some of Adams poor fallen race and as we stood under the blue arch of heaven in the silvery moonlight of that soft twilight hour we wondered how he could be so unloving and so unkind but it is sad to know such is human nature Let the readers of the Sun cast aside as an illfitting garment the gloom and hard feeling that so often cometo US and Ifet them gather inspiration and encouragement from the glorious season that the Giver of Life has so lavishlybestowed upon us who is willing and ahle to Keep youth andI springtime in our hearts and lives Mrs Katie Bbttom wife of Mr Henry Bottom of West Boyle died on the 27th ult of grip and lung trouble The following day the funeral was preached by Bro Dverstreet of terry ville when the remains were laid away in the Carpenter graveyard to await the resurrection of the righteous The deceased was a daughter of Mr Geo Carpenter was bb1in Dec 1861 professed religion ana joined the Beech Grove Baptist church in Feb 1874 and lived a quiets Christian life She leaves a husband two sons three daughters and many friends and rela tives to mourn their loss May Him who wept at the tomb of Lazarus comfort the bereaVed ones Mr Dave eyof the Deep Creek community and Miss Laura Camdon of nearrr ilenkinsvilie were married at the home of Mr Roney of West Mercer on last Sunday Rev Walker of MdckvilleJwasl the officiating minister The other day while plowing we found a tortoise t4ith our initials an the date 1890 on shell It is sai they lie to a yery Its age At the request lof the brethren o Antioch church Bro Johnnie Key preached an interesting sermon at that place on last SPLIctJfBy a special Congressthe pen sion of Mr Ildrve Key of Jensonton was inc easedlfroT 12 to 30 per month hf1sbpen confined for so long with a and gets scarce lm 1 t JI ly any better The Wesley Chapel congregation and had a very delightful arid pleas nt service on the fourth Sunday Bro Walker was at his best and gave us a good sermon on Secret Prayer Mr Boss Key sold his Long Run farm of 80 acres to Geo Russell for 1400 and bought of A C Blacketer 30 acres for 725 He also bought of Woodsie Coyle 20 acres for 900 Heres your pooremEd The lovely days of spring have comei upThe hum And fishermen will loom up The fleas will hop the flies will buzz stingsBut ever was With all these vicious things If singOhliThe world looks mighty good thisIspring Im glad Im living in it- t it r Mayes Elected Road Overseer The Fiscal court today elected J R frJtobtojf the best men in the county as be seen by his winning over cat good man as Mr Montgomery Mayes is at present a guard at State penitentiary but will return at ce to assume his dutiesJ Death of Mr Leavell willMrs Matt Mayes was called to more Ky last week by the serious illness of her father Mr T T Leav4 ell Who died last Saturday night Inj December last Mr Leavell was stricken with pa ralysis and to this his death was due The deceased was well and favorably nown in the Mackyille vicinity and his friends there will be grieved to hear of his death Mr Leavell wa a member of the Christian church am was an excellent Christian man eriously Hurt Mr John Perkins of Willisburg met with quite i serious accident last Sat urdayHe was driving a young horse hitched to a buggy when the animal became frightened and ran aWay Mr Perkins was thrown from the vehicle and dragged quite a distance before he was extricated He received a number of very ugly cuts and bruises IIitnow better and will recover Tragic Death of Willie Marksi Kentucky Standard Willie Marks aged 18 years was fatally injured by a train at Birmingham Ala Tuesday afternoon He was removed to St Vincents Hospital where death ensued a few hours later The young man was a son of Mrs Texie Edelen Marks of Bardstown and left here about a month ago to accept a position as switchman with the L N Railroad Co at Birmingham and it is said he was progressing nicely in his occupa tion and at the time of the fatal acci dent was in the performance of his duties The particulars of his untimely death have not been received here and at this time we are unable to give them Willie Marks waS born and reared in Bardstown and was a moral steady and industrous boy deservedly popular with all who knew him He is survived by his mother a sister and two broth thede reavement Organizationsf CountyOrganizer Wm Nally will organize an A Sof E Local at Card well Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock and one at Willisburg Saturday night All people who are interested in the success of this great movement are earnestly reques sd to be present WANTS TO BET z 1000 That Tobacco Men Beat The Trust Frankfort Ky March 25 Standing Before a court house full of enthusias tic tobacco growers here yesterday President Clarence Lebus of the Bur ley District Tobacco Association of the American Society of Equity offer willwinfool the tobacco crop of Kentucky So helone who would furnish him a taker tobaccQsituation ing the course o f his remarks he made the declaration that unless the trust 11306and19U7 eywill bfstiHeasserted farmersJ t HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Among the former students of the Graded School who is winning honours at college this year is Robert Mayes IeKentuckyformed that Robert has stood well in all his classes since going to to college and that he is upholding the reputati n of our school in the Blue Grass me tropolis Spring fever has come on with all the violence of an epidemic and a num 1iaccountreportedone day four headaches threes 1eyesthat the Graded School was a dry place this week One young lady was unable to write in school but we have found by diligent inquiry that every day th regular billet dour was written t Prof Colvin went to Louisville Fit day afternoon to see Nethersole aturdalmght It was an evil day when the Norma students were sent to the seventI grade to recite Geography and Physiology for it seems that some of the High School boys when given this favorable opportunity do not miss the chance to entrap the affections of some the seventh grade girls Some oft the cases have become so desperate that faculty interence will be necessi sarY Madge has promised to be goodj the rest of the year provided the class ShejsaysFrank Prof Hume went to Mackville Sat urday He has accepted the principal snip of the school there for next year at a considerable raise over his present salary Children Poisoned Gladys and Cosby Tucker children of Mr and Mrs Wash Tucker were taken violently ill last Saturday and for quite a while the condition of the children was alarming Every mdi cation pointed to poisoning but so far as Mrs Tucker knew they hail eat nothing but some sausage which had been put up in lard and sacked It is thought that possibly this caused the illness but other members of the family also pa t oc of the meat and did nit suffer any illness The children are now entirely well Killed In Railroad Wreck Mrs Mary Grigsby of Maple Hill received a telegram Tuesday that her brother Don Monarch and his wife were killed in a railroad wreck at Kansas City Mo Mr Monarch and his wife are both well known in this county where they have frequently visited Full particulars of the wreck are not obtainable M ORESVIL E Clifton Taylor has pneumonia Mr Jas Moran Jrof Valley Hill we are sorry to report is quite ill of typhoid fever We hope he may sobn recover Mr Chas Shehan and Miss Maggie Smith attended quarterly meeting at Mt Zion last Sunday Mr Bert Flaugher of Bloomfield and Miss Katherine Settle of Maud were married in Louisville at the home of the brides sister Mrs Colie Porter tMauda grist mill We wish them much success Miss Lora Yancy of Midway visited Miss Ardia Wall last Friday night There will be services at New Hope church Sunday April 7 at which time a Sunday school will be Everybody is invited to comebMrs Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie were in Springfield last Wednesday shopping Messrs J F Bishop and Richard to Boblitt of were in our midst last SaturdayhMr Edd Riley and sister Miss IvyCI of Stringtown passed through our village he last Saturday enroute toLitsey Mr John Weekley was in Bardstown in last Saturday on business The fruit is farther advanced than usual and we fear it will all be killed Little Elmer Cull of Bloomfield vis ited his grandparents Mr and Mrs James Cul last week Seyeral of our neighbors took in the exposition in Louisville the past two weeks Mrs Joe Bishop and two children Mrs Edd Boblitt and two children of Springfield and Mrs James Wall dined with Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith last ThursdaygAs Mr James Montgomery was re turning from Woodlawn last Sunday his horse got scared and tore his buggy up He was also badly bruised Lee Hardin sold tb Mr Boulware of Springfield a brown gelding for 135 cash Messrs Will Cull Hubert Virgin Edd Sweeney Owen and John Ellis were in Springfield Saturday evening a Mrs Thos Weekley and daughter Mrs W 0 Ellis visited Mrs Ham Pile last ThursdayJMiss Fairy Lyddane our hello girl has returned from a visit to her par ents at Midway Mr and Mrs George Grigsby have returned from a visit to their daughter Mrs Will Boblit of Hardin counIty As Mrs T D Sweeney and twot grandchildren were returning from ioffSweeney was bruised considerably butl the children escaped unhurt Mr Sam Wells of Tatham Springs visited his sister Mrs Edd Yocum last WednesdaytMessrs Charlie Settle and Jeff Goat ley left last Thursday for Kansas Mr Otis Settle and family have re moved from Louisville to Mr Yates placeaMiss Nancy Shehan who is attend ing school at Bardstown spent Easter with her parents Dr and Mrs Shelhan at Maud Measles are reported in the Midway neighborhoodMrs Eddleman and little sonI of Polin visited her sister Mrs Ar thur Eddleman at Booker Saturday night Mrs Albert Wall returned home Sunday after a weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Rhodes of Woodlawn LIT1LE BEACH Mr Jim Turner of Mackville visited at this place Saturday and SundaycMessrs W C Rowe and W T Phil lips were in Springfield Monday- Mr and Mrs Dee Shewmaker of Hillsboro visited the latters brotherI Mr Jim Murphy at this place last week Mr Willie Logue and family visited at Jenkinsville last Wednesday Mr Jim Murphy who has been very a ick is out again Messrs W T Phillipps and W C Rowe entertained a large crowd at the home of Mr W V Terrell at faackville last Wednesday with a raphaphone MrJ W Perkins and son of Willis burg visited his sister at this place Mr W C Rowe and wife were in Mackville Saturday ooocx oooooexxooooooooooooo Sun and Herald 2- OOOQOOOooooooooooooooooooo THE BURLEY GROWERS lowe Much to lion W C Mcf ChordHe Has Faithfully y Stood By Them Hon W C McChord spoke to an enthusiastic audience of tobacco growers in Taylorsville Monday It issaid the Burley growers of Spencer county will soon have a thorough or ganization end will build a warehouse Pool the 1907 crop is now the bat tie cry iu Spencer and the work is being energetically pushed Mr McChord has done more for the tobacco growers of Kentucky than any other ten men in thej State Notwithstanding that histime is very valuable he seldom refuses to respond a coil from the burley growers He made speeches in a great man untleS in the burley district besides has mapped out a plan of work which if closely followed will result complete success He has written the bylaws and given to the organization a system of bookkeeping etc complete in every detail He has en couraged the boys and given them wholesome advice when the days look ed darkwhen the old burley ship was tossing rudderless and a rickety thing at best upon a very stormy sea He has never flickered for a moment but he has stood to his guns and fought to his uttermost When the odds were all him The success of the or ganization throughout the district now seems assured Its a McChord vic tory To much ought not to be expected of Mr McChord He has been giving lessons a long timeapdsomebodf else ought to Every time he leaves home it Sasac riflce He is getting only glory out of his work and glory does nrake bank account bulge However he has never yet so far as we know balked in the harness but upon the er hand has pulled ten times his load I Death of Little Roy Thompson r When the Reaper whose name th visits the earth ih the spnrt goand finds all green and save the aged tree we can in InSas see why He cuts it down btc lies takes leThe hope pf the gacexpected shade we can not unoerJr stand It is bard tosee even the bearded grain taken but it is the death of the flowers that grow be that hurts us most it is then to say Thv will bedone But His ways are nut our ways When we remember that these flowers have not been destroyed but only takes transplanted in the Garden Above we have consolation We know that when these opening buds put forth heir petals now they gather only that which is purest and best J Bright be the place of soul No lovelier thine burst from its mortal control In the orbs of the blessed to shine On earth thou went all but divine As thy soul shall immortally be repineWhen or thee A FRIEfan PULLIAM Mrs W E Foster and little daugh ter attended the birthday dinner at Mr Ed Mitchell last Tuesday Messrs W E Foster and Grant were in Springfield Saturday Mr John Durr is very ill with the measles Mr John Scott and family visited the latteijs parents Mr and Mrs Gail Goff of near Chaplin Saturday night and Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Bill Pannels boy Charlie Frank Miss Mattie Rhyans spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Jennie Trenb Mr and Mrs John Mayes who have been very ill are improving Mr Clay Foster and family visited his daughter Mrs V ill Goff Sunday Mr Delbert Scott visited his cousin Chester Scott Saturday night tMr Jerome Trent and daughters Misses Nora and Mary visited son Mr Richard Trent Sunday Sunday School will begin at Rock tBridge next Sunday morning at teni oclock 4 i t J 2 + t ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1907 t r i eft iift Ill liiHW I Fancey Boy I Will make the season of 1907 at my stable one fourth mile west of Cardwell C N At8OO t T0 INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCKj ti DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Fan ey Boy is a beautifu Chestnut Sorrel with blaze face and one stocking elghtypars ld this spring 16i hands high and will weigh IjOO pounds He is the best disposition horse I ever handled ey Boy was sired by Nick Fancey Boy his first by Pete Golddust by Zilcada Goldust Second Dam by r Wathens Fancy Boy by Gains Denmark first dam IFan he second Gains Denmark by Sumpter Denmark G By Nelse Royaltys Old George etctUtUKUC dam by Royalty ofJoeJassure at this is the best young Draft in the county 80jO to INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK +tie same time and lace I will stand three as good mule sAtasithts country affords at 7 of bot horses and Jacks duew en colt is foaled mare 4f parted with or bred elsewhere Lien retained on all colts until season money is paid Care taken to prevent accidents and es Ycapes but not responsible should hiny occur addressiV L GRAHAM Cardwell Ky + i tW1 T + + j xb SUCCESS SURE 1 V Harrodsburg Denjocrat The pool of the 1907 of tobacco is progressing splendidly and feesIsure that nearly crop in control of the Society before ithe season is well advanced Already more than 900 acres ofj the Mercer crop of 4907 has been pledged out of an estiI mated total of 1400 acres The grow ers are signing Contracts every day The feeling is better than ever before The farmers see success within their grasp and for once they are determin ed to not allow it to slip away from them t Whatever is left unpledged will be rounded up at thl tobacco mens rally and barbecue It is expected that practically a clean sweep of the Mercer county 1907 crop will be made Of the 1906 crop more than 700000 pounds is now spred in the Equity Warehouse were arid the directors feel sure j that nearlyor quite a million pounds sill be delivered to them This is 300 pounds more than was counted on The original estimate was that about 700000 pounds would be delivered of the old crppi Nearly that much is already in the house and it is still coning every day with engagements far ahead It Ibokp bright for tIre movement From adjoining counties the reports are quite as good tFayette Woodford Clark and other counties report the 1906 crop well in hand and the greater part of the 1907 crop pledged If the growers do not win out now it will be a surprise to every one who has watch ed the movement of the farmers to protect themselves and get better prices Rheumatism Makes Life Miser able thappy home is the most valuable possession that is within the reach of mankind but you cannot enjoy its com forts if you are suffering from rheuma tism You throw aside business cares When ou enter youj home and you can be relieved from those rneumatic pains also by Chamberlains Pain Balm One application will give you relief and its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure For sale by every dealer in the Blue Grass TREATMENT OF BITES Jiowto Handle Sting = of Insects and ISnakes In Emergency Casts Spider scorpionandcenti jped bites and stiu s are not usually fatal in temperate climates unless In the case or children or If the bite r stlng is near the throat They often cause severe symptoms but free er spiration by a h6t bath and the drink ing of hot water will give relief says the Brooklyn Eagle To keep the i swelling down cover the bitten pnrt i with fomentation cloths wrung out of shot water 4tnat contains soda Give a allmeuInr3scanal a plild cathartic and give plenty of frult juices to drink For the bite of a poisonous serpent a dog cat rat bite or any other infected bite put a ligature around the limb between the lidart and the wound draw it tight and immerse the wound In hot soapsuds made with carbolic soap or soda Then open the wound and equeetfe it Y nder the water so as to encourage free bleeding Do not suck it with the mouth as is so frequently directed A dry warm glass Inverted over the wound for a short time will often help Uy keeping up the bleeding and washing out the venom or vlrusv fcU Is several hours before the physl clan arrives as is often the case in the country it may be needful to loosen the ligature every baf hour for a short time keening up frde perspiration by H warm bath or In snake bites espe claUy active exercise j Chicken Skin Gloves Gloves of chicken skin were in in the early Lpart of the 17th cfturjrj trhj3jr jgeie used at night to 1Y8 delicacyh I The ODonohue I From the of the early k 1OrJgJhe English to struggles w Iv lug the d the Irish people were in a const nit state of rebellion One rising after An other took place only to be suppies ed in the end when the leader or leaders were If apprehended executed The counties into which Ireland Is divided were each in those days ruled by Its sovereign whose name was preceded by the letter 0 From these spr ng the ONeills the OGradys the OC n nells and others protector wooedHandthose Irish girls celet rated for their fair completions their blue eyes and their musical voices ODonohues fa ther a ruler had bee diring the reign of Charles I At the time of his fathers death Thomas has lyit seven years old He then vowjed that when he grew to manhQo he would devote his life to driving slut the English So revered was the name of the father that when the son came of age and succeeded to his great land ed estates lils people who were grh v ously oppressed looked to him to do something fyr them The nuptials between Thomas ODoii ohue and JAileen Maou een h4d scarcely been celebrated before the young husb nd joining forts with a neighboring ruler headed a rebellion against the English At first he was successful but owing to the treachery of his colleague who made peace with the and turned against him ODonQhue was defeated Fle ing with a few followers he lived a wretched life hiding In bog or forest and was at last captured in a starving conditionHe tried and sentenced to beheaded At first his young wie seemed about to break down under ttye tragedy to be enacted but soon rallied and with remarkable Concentration qt suddenly developed energy laid plans for her h rescue She thought out a method hIJail and root some adheaents to have a ship ready on the coast to take him to France In case her ruse w1f successful She sought permission of the coq queror to spehd a short time with the condemned man in his cell on the night preceding his execution Captivated by her her beauty and her tears bo consented On the evening In question she appejared at the prison door attended by her sister Kathleen The two women centered ODonohues cell and were left with him The thetisister who peared to be convulsed with grief heir face resting on Kathf Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Favorite QunEs Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy iii famous for eta cures over a Inr e part of the civilized world It can always be depended contains no rnn or other barmfni Ddrut and may be all conlldbnt1y to baby Ito an adult Price 25 cts Largo Size 6O eta J teens shoulder The jailers stood about pitying the young wife who hud bid farewell to her husband leaving him to the dread ordeal of the morning The two women entered a chair and were carried away Coming to a wooT the door of the chair flew open and a mint throwing Dff womans apparel sprang out An Dther stepped from the wood lending u Gorse which ODonohuefor it was he mounted and With a wave of his band to those he left dashed away into the forest At the usual hour for visiting the prisoner to see that all whs well for the night the keeper went to his cell He found ODonohue kneeling by his cot his face buried in it Touched by the sight as well us the sad visit that bad so lately occurred the jailer asked in a kindly tone Is there anything I can do for your comfort ODonohue did not reply Then the Jailer was struck with the diminutive size of the prisoner Speak roan he said sharply Is there any thing I can do for you NotliHigicame the reply In a olce- which wal disguised and which notwithstanding an effort to make it sound like a mans was evidently a womans Like a flash the jailer unlocked the cell entered and seizing the prisoner pulled him up and looked Into his face He saw Aileen ODonohue He start ed to leave the cell to give the alarm when Aileen attempted with her deli cate hands to hold him but he broke away and soon horsemen were dash lug In every direction to recapture the escaped prisonerIThe difficulty in the way of the prls oner coining out of jail by personat ing his wife had been that he was much aller than she To reduce his height he sank upon Kathleen in order that by drawing up his knees under his skirts his real height might llot appear and be buried his face upon her shoulder that his features might not be seen ODonohue who knew every road forest and bog in Ireland and who had been provided with the best horse that could be found took a coursp that en abled him to baffle his pursuers and reaching the coast embarked for France where he arrived In due time Cromwell dreading lest he shoulre turn to Ireland later on and inaugi rate another rebellion sent Aileen to him with an otter of a pardon and res ora Lion of his estates provided he would swear allegiance to the English soy ereign ODonohue accepted the con tlitionsand returning to Ireland lived happily with the wife who Had saved bis life MARTFtA E DUG AN A SLATERS FEAT Startling Antics on Top of a High Steeple In England- A slater employed to put slates on a high steeple In an English town gave a few real thrills to people who were PBUFOKMINO ON A STEEPLE watching him below When he had finished his perilous task he proceeded to go through some evolutions thai terrified the beholders when perform ed so tilt above their heads He con Iud ll them without accident Rheumatic Pains Relieved The quick relief from rheumatic pains afforded by Chamberlains Pain Balm has surprised thou sands of sufferers It makes slep and rest possible A gijeat many have been permanently cure i0f rheumatism by the use of this liniment For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Shoes500PAIRS To Be Sold at 25 Cents on the Dollar SALE IS NOW ON AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL ARE SOLICan give you tsome remarkable Bargains Come early and get ChoiceGeo B Taylor iOpportunity Sweethearts I 171 1 is certain to present its ilf When it does say the words youve longed for so long to s ly At the same time present the beautiful young ady with a lovely iamond ring Youre sure to be happy if tj+ i therinj Se1iebG of me To ies try lU iJi it + 0 ili 4 tilIt B r THEBET BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time and smallest expense and prepares the young people for the best positions CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS a complete course in the latest and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session jail the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev Granville W Lyon or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky I eea B D LAKES I 1Igoodbarn15 per acre goodtobaccohouse and church Price 40 per acre t No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of rassAll the farm ready fpr the plow 560 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from 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 o tobacco well fenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 12Themost desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 hares in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 4 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwelling on good pike 3 3 miles from depot one mile from school andchurch good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19275k acres 76 acres god timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two goodwells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home ih Springfield Ive got it at any price No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobaccos barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from one half mile from school some timberfine tobacco land welt fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre 3 4 No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 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 28248 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 of grass 35 acres of corn in this year dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 331miles from Springfield on good road i mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 301153 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good 6 room dwelling gdod tobacco barn holds ten acr sl08aer s of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 2f No 3275 acres 33 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pile on rood road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from ardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of CheapNo and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 391023 acres good four room welling tobacco barnIholds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plenty of 71milesacre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good Jand good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 1 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45164acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine tImber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 Springfieldplenty 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 w room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land andjocust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre InCoontyneckroom acres of wastelandNo 52135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from pike Onethird of purchase moneydown rest in one two and three years Price 24 per acre No 53A good investment in city property on Main street No MTown Lots on Grundy and Covington avenuest dwelIinJtobaccouated in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre B D Lake Springfield I t 0 j f IrHESPijINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 3901 J I I by PEOPLE WHO 1 ARE INDEBTED TO ME MUST PA Y BY APRIL 10 MY BUSINESS HAS BEEN INCORPORATED AND IT WILL BE I NECESSARY FOR ME TO SETTLE ALL OLD ACCOUNTS GIVE THIS I MATTER YOUR EARLIEST ATTENTION AS IT IS ABSOLUTELY APRI10It i 1 kii yfWiH be the name oft e newfirm and it is expected to greatly enlarge the business v r t 1 W tt f fWe wi be constantly in the market for Eggs Poultry Etc and will quote the highest If t 0t I rfc t mare rites Look for our advertisements each weekate v H if1tS r r 11f1 House and Lot For Sale K 1 I 1II pave for sale nearly completed a new residence on south side Virginia Avenue The house is built of the best material solid tone foundation and contains six rooms I ont an back porches Lot front 60 feet running back 219 feet to alley A very desirable home Virginia Avenue promises e soon to be one of the best residence streets in Springfield If you are looking for something good for the money I have It s I11 I HaytflFor Salt a few Black Minorca Roosters if BUTTER FAMINEJ How the are Being Imposed Upon Not since the dark days of the civilt war has bntter been so Scarce high as it is today I happened to overhear two unscrupulous men talking the other day and tHeir conversation threw a great light uponthe snbject Itf seems that some e ago the paners published an article on but ter and the pure food Jawand a lot of unscrupulous buyers have been going through the county te ling the honest housekeepers jaU kinds ofstoriI es in regard to the same and butter was not up to the government test that they would be heavily fined thus securing from then all stock on hand at from 10 to 12i cents a pound according to grade slaying that they I had a process of renovating it to make it comply with the new law and at the same time bringing th butter to Har fodsburg and selling it to the merchants at 20 cents doubling their money We are told that country people are so al armed that they only bring in enough suply regular customers Now in regard to the pure food and health law i wish to speak authoritatively and to the point and the good housewife can rely on what I tell them It is this All butter sold by dealers in this com- munityV must not contain more than 15 per cent moisture For Selling the same with more than tjiat amount of moisture the seller is liable to be fined in each sand every caSe The word moisture in the above case simply nfearis buttermilk in the butter Work your butter until it is hard and firm and there will bo no trouble The test for determining the amcjunt of moisture is very simple and axisone can pecome an expert after a few trials Take a poundiplate of butter On examination of the knife is small globules or drops of but termilk appear on the knifes surface or each of the divided halves of butter it contains over 15 per gent of moisture and is not up to the regulations But these regulations will rot be enforced until September 1 next so every one makeFitbutter according to requirements for merchants will have to test it after that date to protect themselvesI in HarriKlsburg Herald Duty of Good Citizens Lebanon Enterprise The will of our people has been expressed on the local option question and as a result the doors of our saloons will close May 1 Lebanon will be a dry town for the first time in its history The campaign was from the Begin ning vigorously prosecuted by both sides and unfortunately it was nat altogether free from bitterness Now however- it has ended the Vote has been taken and the choice of the majority has been expressed and it is our duty as good citizens and fellowtpwnsmen to lay aside our campaign arguments forget the hurts of our tactional fight and be again our neighbors and friends with the upbuilding of our good little city the dren All ChU1 plain fre of hurt and that they one and the trouble is almost invariably due to pin worms comIbatDr Laxative Syrup PepsinI- s an unfailing harmless and absolute cure for worms stomach and bowelJ troubles and can be used as either baby or the bigger child as fo full grown folksIIf your seems Indisposed lever ish fretful peevish and all out of sorts these are symtoms of worms One dose lllsoonhauIdallat doellnotmall our new booklet DR CALDVELLS BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to those who have never tried this wondcrnl remedy write toda- yPEPSIN iSYRUP CO MInt lIo Illinois RED CROSS DRUG STORE z zM H JONESIfave headacheI feeljgoOd Caldwells co mon aim of us all That bitterness should arise during the heat of any vigorous campaign is but natural re is in accordance with common experience but now that the has been taken and the issue set tied how much better it would be lor ua all to lay aside and forget the unpleasant features of the campaign No one will deny that Lebanon has been ary Rood town with the saloons neither any but one with a prejudiced mind say that it will not be a good town without them Certainly the prohibition of the sale of a single commodity and it nota necessity cannot seriously interfere with the progress of a town if its citi zees are alive to jtheir common interest Let u3 not throw obstacles in the way off our advancement on the contrary let us put our shoulders to the wheel and push hard and long for a greater arid better Lebanon Caught Cold While Hunting Burglar aI Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan provincial Constable at Chapleau Ontario saysI- ICJ caught a severe cold while hunting a urglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I tried it and after two bottles I was completely cured This remedy is intended especially for and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a favorite wherever its superior excellence hits become known For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass How to Prevent Potato Scab Recent investigation has shown that potato scab is a fungous disease aid that the fungus may exist la the Moil on on the seed Roils Containing large quantities of manure are particularly i lively to produce scabby tubers henc lY Commercial fertilisers should bo tired for a potato crop says the St Lbuin Post Dlspatch Seed that appear to be free from scab ma b laden with spores of the scab fun derstroyed by sonklng seed two hours fu- slution a of eight ounces of formalin in fifteen gallons of water flbortJ befor- planting WlKjre a large nmount of seed Is to be treated a large vat Bold- ing secern bushels Is best for this pur Apse Another convenient method Is to use a barrel with one head knocked opt Place the potatoes In a bag and Idwer into the formalin solution by njoans of a rope and pulley secured apove the barrel When soaked long enough pull up nnd ullow potatoes to drain preventing wuttte of soluliuu 1o not place treated seed with un treated or In crates where untreated potatoes have enas contamination likely result lID Revenge Is Poisonous Lebanon Enterprise Have you eve thougnt of the injury you are doing yoUr own self by harboring in you heart the poisonous thing revenge asks an exchange If a fellowma- wrongs you by doing yon physical inju by defrauding you by thwarting your financial progress or by attempt ing to hurt you morally are you really injured enough to allow revenge to spring up into your heart tnd eat like a canker worm Why should we in the light of this ceutury when the hurts of this world do not last long brood over them andlive with a revenge waxing strong in our hearts as the days go by Is not the unjustly injured person on a far higher planethan the one who does the injury The wronged one has not lost what the other one has and to at tempt so unholj a thing asrevenge is only lowering ourselves and our stand ards to the level of the one who did the wrong IjJo disease is more dangerous than this one One cannot afford t risk even a tiny bit of it in ones lif and hearti It is perilous so beware of it lest it bring you to the level Of the one who wronged you How to Prvat p Sprillhcd Ankle For u sprained ankle Ibg following lotion Is atoudone Put the whiteof an egg Iuton saucer keep stirring Itf with a piece of alum ubput the sire ot- a walnut until It becomes atbick jet ly Apply d portlbn of it on n plqce of lint to the antic changing it tora fresh piece arf often as It feels warm or dry The limb should he In a horizontal position by placing It on a cbnir t r FnmentatloneRoW many pcoplo wring put mentation quite wrongly Tlfe rlgbt- way is HS follows Plqce a towel nerds g1nyover Iftit on this a ttoublePlcce of flannel Und- fold tbe Jtowql over from the uidesi Then pour on boiling water nd wring by the ertils Tnke applelightly at oncej t Hovr to Poll Patent Leather 4 The best thing f Jr polishing aten lec hl2rshs to tlio French liarnei poll Isle sold by saddlers riulrlt thinly on the leather anfl then polls the shoes with a soft woolly cloth The treatment not only produces a goo polish hut It prevents the leather fro cracking OOOOCOOCOOOOOOOCXXXXOCXX OO Sun and Herald OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOO flwIFor Sale a Minorca Roosters Grip Quickly Knocked out Some weeks ago during the severe myrself contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind miserablersymptoms says Mr J S Egleton of andnjoints aching muscles sore head stop ped up eyes and nose funning with alternate spells of chills and fever We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with a doubled se of Chamberlains Stomach and L ver Tablets and by its liberal use soon completely knocked out the gt Sold by eyery reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Her Vain Regrets If I had my life to live over again the woman said I wouldnever shed a tear Everything the tl ihavefwept and walled most over has been most for good she declared and fell to- sobbing bitterly I eIt Costs Nothing To find out for a certainty whether or not your affected One person lieartisj has la weak heart it ou If so you should it nbw and save serous knowI sequences If you naVe breath fluttering pdpitatiqn hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smother ing spells pain around heart in side and arms your heart is weak and perhaps diseased Dr Miles Iieart Cure will re lieve you Try a bottle and see how quickly your condition will improve theewqs ButTerinG with heart trouble and hid been for two years I had pain in my heart back and le t side and had not been able to draw a deep breath tot two years Any little exer tfonwould cause palpitation and I could not lie on my left side wltHout suffering They advised me to try Dr Mile rt r11w rd Nervine which I did with the result that I am 4n better health than 1 ever was before having gained 14 pounds since I com It I took about thir anddLIE THOAIAS mUpper Bandusky Ohio Dr Mlles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co lk1Wt Ind Exuity and Tobacco UpToDate Farming It is difficult to single out crops that require para mount attention any crop upon which a farmer depends for his income islmj portant j at least to him and to all who like him depend upon that crop Tobacco we may consider safe Equity has already made ifso but organza ion in that line is not yet finished Assurance must be made doubly sure Wheat is now on thehoards for a mighty effort The work in the wheat sections should be pushed with untiring vigor The area is not so broad as seems at i first thqught and the amount to be controlled is not so great as people love believed Its control is entirely practicable and we believe it will be accomplished it certainly will be if those who are most directly interested prove equal to the occasion and do their duty Corn is the greatest of all theigrain crpplin quantity and in wide extent of area but its control is possible and the effort in that direction should not berelaxed Oats and Tjarley and the minor grain crops must also have attention during the Summer campaign Potatoes call for immediate and vigorous effort Few farmers have been morn imposed upon than the potato growers Fruits and vegetables also require attention and it is hoped that orchardists will never again have to submit to the treatment tney received at the hands of the trusts last fall Peanuts a more important crop than has generally been thqught is be ing vigorously looked after by an effi cient branch as is shown by Secretary StephEnsons letters The dairy interests are also aro 8edand the abuses in the milk trade that have been shown up in UptoDate Farming have natural lp awakened the indignation of milk producers Vigorous organization and intelligent arrangement of details will bring to the dairy people new hope and inspiration The great cotton crops 3f the South is one which merits the most active and efficient work In deference to local organization in the cotton growing state the A S of E hs not made the campaign there that it other wise would and it hopes those organizations may succeed The live stock interests badly need assistance but the syndicated powers of the West stand aloof which prompts us to direct our main energies for the preaiiht to toe farm grown crops Here th ifuiisthe field for our e lain in tha language qpiSf lEveryihan toTns tent 0 Israeli I 4 j J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 311907I I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY cfIn Advance- J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher metered at thepostoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission the mailS as secondclassmatter- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION S1BlzMonhet 25 VIn writing to have your address iways give the postofflce to which your youWWI1 ANNOUNCEMENT Rogers Gore is a candidate for State k Senator from the fifteenth Senatorial i District composed of Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the Democratic party Dot worrytlete are too many other things that ought to be done i Hon John W Yerkes again de dares that he will not beacanjdi dty for the Rep bican gubernatorial nomination and President Roosevelt still continues to posi tively deny that he will accept another nominatioh for President But politics is a very strange jug gler and is continually altering ideas plans specifications etc in the topknots of our fellow citizens The fight for the independent tobacco growers of the country will be renewed with undimin ished vjgbr in the next Congress says a press dispatch And w a predict that no Congressman wil- do more faithful work or strike harder in the right place and a the right time for the tobacco grower them toe Congressman from the Fourth Kentucky district Congressman Ben John sons effulgent foresight enables him to complete a task be fore the average fellow finds out where to commence workit a glance he sees what is needed today and does it Then he looks over the great high hill down upon the tomorrow and sees where he can put in licks 10 goo d advantage The tobacco growers of Kentucky will have no stronger friend than Mr Johnson ib the next Congress yA man was finedin ah Ohio court for stealing an umbrella under which he walked through a blinding rain to church It cloesnt always pay to be good The Thaw case is a great deal worse than a case of smallpox Democratic newspapers over the State are saying some things about Hon C C M Chord andhisc prouder of him tpdav before Even those RailroaI oppose him can find against his record as Commissioner He is not only one of the cleanest officials in Kentucky but he is one of the cleanest in America and Washington county has a right to be proud of Charles Caldwell Mc Chord He has been a friend to the shippers of thip State but he has endeavored to give the railroads a square deaL He will add strength to the Democratic State ticket Kentuckians like tovote for such a man Frank Jones a teller in a bank Charlotte N C is missing eight thousand dollars are also missin ate The loss of a teller besides that amountof money makes the banks loss quite a severe one Elizabethtown News Mr J Rogers Gore the talented editor of the Spring field Sun has been chosen as the Dem ocratic nominee for the State Senate in the district composed of the counties TaylorMryranj rnanbuthe is thoroughly relia and trustworthy He Will make nhis district a splendid Senator and the News congratulates the Democracy of our neighboring district in the wisdom they have shown in his selection Lebanon Enterprise Elsewhere in this issue appears the announcement of ftr Rogers Gore of Springfield for State Senator from the Fifteenth Senatorial District Mr Gore is one of our ablest young jnen true to the bone and worthy 6f any honor that may be bes towed upon him It is Washington ys time to furnish a Senator and as he has been handed the nomination by his own people on a silver waiter it is not likely he will have any opposi tion Heres to you Rogers we are with you and with us stand thousands of others Committees Nominating alltoover theState are coming to the front for the Legislature and the Senate thisadecide the matter The plan is giving satisfaction The candidates are not overly anxious and the people are willing to dotheir selecting of candidates proxy given to thecommitteemen IV is not cutting very much figure days anyhow SPARROW Spring has made it appearance flow era are blooming birds are singing frogs are hollering and we feel like hollering too when we think of having some such men as J Rogers Gore in our next general assembly We think him worthy of the Senatorship and believe that there ought not to be an opposing vote against him in his dis trict from the fact that fir the last year he has used his untiring efforts tor the good of the common people If we could get each district repre sented by just such a man what a glor ious future there would be Thos BuJgin sold to Mrs Richards one aged w rk horse for 65 J 0 Webb sold to Frank Edelen one cow arid calffor 38 tWaller Keeling sold his farm to Carl Terrell Mr Keeling has purchased a house and lot in Chaplin and will remove to same April 1st W C Cammack wife and little MOfIs SpringCa Goods An Immense Stocl t carefully selected marckets oflthe country You aije cordially in vited to call and exam ine ouri9are line of an Summer goods Come whether youwant to buy or not It will be a pleasure to fxamineourgoods qcldy Mdntire iLargeAssortmentOF 1 New and Attractive Spring and Summer Goods lUR IMMENSE stock of Spring Goods has been recievedor at least a great part o- fifandO we are anxIOus for the people of Washington and adjoining counties to visit our store and examine the goodsVe can truthfully say every department tm of our stor is crowded with the Latest Spring and Summer Goods and that we ate prepared to o fer to the trade many excellent bargains II Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner s Marx = Carpets Sultana Cottage Carpets 30c Sanitary Extra Super C rpets35cU- nion Ingrains-C C Ingrains L 150c Extra Super all wool Jlngrams s70cTa- pesttyBrusseUs i85cVelvets 90c Axministers 115 Mattings 15 to 50c B 500 of Lace Curtains I Ranging in Prices From mack Mr and Mrs Robert Mprgan and little daughter Blanche spent last Sunday with Mrs Allie Barnett Miss Jappa Barnett will leave for an extended trip to Kansas April 1st Sunday with Mrs W C Cammack J C Stewart and family spent last Sunday with George Thompson and yifo at Chaplin G W Romine who recently sold his farm to S C Jenkins has removed his family to Chaplin and Mr Jenkins has moved to the place vacated by Mr Jlomine There is a great deal of A Sof E talk in this vicinity All seenvanxious td pool their 1907 crop of tobacco Let ajl pull for the pool and such men for representatives and senators as the editor of The Sun TEXAS Miss Lena Gibbs has returned home atEtera visit to her sister llrsHobbs t Spring Attractions- In in 15 25 35 75 and H nriet Dani h A at SOc to 95L near Wiljlisburg Mr Liician Purdom is in Louisville this J D and Eerily were in Danville yesterday on business Mr J B Peyton and wife of Louis ville are visiting friends and relatives here Dr Crosby has rctu91d home after a short visit to his her in Shelby vile Little Miss Emphry Peterson is very at tHis writing Bro of Louisville preached an excellent Bethlehem lat tin1eforMiss Leachman of Louisvili is the of Mrs Robert Arnold Mrs Carry Thompson of Campbell ville remains the of her sister Mrs Wilson Mr Shewmaker of iliac ville is visiting his Mrs H Jl Cocanougher of this place Mrs A Y Hatchett was at Tfttham Springs Saturday and to see her sister Mrs Stan Hungate The meeting Sunday conducted by J W Campbell was largely attendedy r We are prepared to show the most uptodate Clothing ever shown in our city and we the exclusive sale of HartSchafmer Marx Suits These are the finest readytowear Suits made We also have an elegant line of worth Clothing for menfr J Suits Velworth 2000 for 1500 Suits Welworth for 1 Welworth 1500 for 1000 Suits Velworth 12 50 for 9 00ISuits Welworth for We also have the exclusive or the celebrated Perfection Suits tor Young Men Boys and Children at prices that others ask for much inferior goods M = r tITIIMl 1OOOO Rolls Wall Paper 5 to 4Ocr IR5IIMI I = RR Fine ShoesFor Men and Women Williams Kneeland fine for Men at 450 and VL Douglas fine Shoes for men at 3 and 350 Arnolds Perfection fine Shoes for men at 300IKrippendorfDittman Cos fine for Women at250 3350 and 4 Smiths Sterling Shoes for and Children We have all these Shoes in Patent Vici Kid Velour and Box Calf New Check and Plaid Novelties Dress at 50 1 Plain Wool Dress Goods and Serges Colors Crts Panamas Voile Batiste Cloth Chiffon Panamas M hairs great variety the lowest prices h week Peterson Gordon nioi ill Wills sermon at Emma guest guest Cliarlie sister Sunday prayer night Rey l have Wei 1800 250 Suits iooo 750 sale Shoes Shoes Misses Goods Miscellaneous THE NEWEST NOVELTIES IN Side and Back Combs Ribbons BagsEtcThe most attractive stock of Wash oods including Mercerized Silks French G uinghams Bornoby Ginghams Mulls B Newest things in Joconet Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries Val Torchon and Laces ICUNNINGHAMDUNCAN JII wereC CLOTHING IinBROOKSVILLE Miss Irl Cheatham and Miss Jimmie Lee Steele visited Mr Ed Bowles and wife Saturday and Sunday Messrs Loyd Noel and Tom Colvin left last week for DeKalb Ill where they will make their future home We are glad to report Mrs Miller Birch improving Miss Olive Sutton has returned home after an extended visit to her sister Mrs Artie Noel Mr Will Steele and wife visited his father Mr E Steele Saturday night Messss Turner Colvin and L Coulter were in Springfield Monday Miss Maud Noel is the guest of her sister Mrs Della Carey af Tatham Springs Mrs Berdie Cooksey has returned home from Louisville Miss Nora Cooksey and Mr Joe An derson were quietly married Thursday We wish them a long and happy mac nsl life Miss Hester Noel stent several days last week withrelatives at Lancaster The community was yery much shocked when the sad news of the death ri Rugs 9x12 Axminister2O9- x12 Tapestry 16 8x10 Tapestry 1150 Moquet Rugsr4Moquet Rugs3O- il Cloth Linoleums i CO of Mrs Mollie Keeling reached usYMiss Willa Colvin visited her aunt Mrs Nancie Terrell last week Mr Henry Settles sold a horse to Mr Catlett for 75rMisses Fannie and Cora Hughes are visiting Miss Mae Colvin JMf Will Shewmaker and family spent Sunday with Mr H Colvin daughterMr Richard Sutton and wife visited Charlie Montgomery and wife Saturday and Sunday spentSunday Suffered for Five Years With Kidney and Liver Trouble I suffered for fiye ears with kidney and liver trouble which caused severe blindmgbeadache Ybowelscured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and hate been well now SStricklandsale by Red Cross Drug Store Spring field ftt t i t j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1907 r + 5 completeIsftly StockofMillinery j Readytowears Street Hats etc in large num bets Will make you the lowest possible pric- esWLLAMSMILLINERY Dr Jr Mr Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pair CROWN WOKK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield i Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Screen doorpand windows also f screen wi e all wid tsin roll at j Leachmans furniture store I Pictures and picture frames at reduced prices E A Cox The April term of the Washington county Fiscal court is in session Miss Myrtle Martin is again with Mrs Williams this season arid invjtes her friends to call and see her Creamery butter milk will be delivered to you at your home in Springfield at lOc a gallon btIParrott or the creamery You will want a refrigerator this summer Go to Walter Leachmans Furniture store and see his line before you buy I OFFICE HOURsDr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows fro 8 to 9 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can from now on be found in his of fice during these hours Everybody wants the best and to get the BEST S Ct B Leghorn chickens you should eggs from Miss Sue A Duncanft F D 3 Springfield Ky 100 for 15 eggs FOR SALEA two story businessI house in the town of Ma 24x50 feet with 10 foot shed room full length backyard with closet 20 inch adjustable shelving Will sell cheap Direct me at Springfield Ky THOS J GRAVES LOSTAbout a week ago I lost a r picture of a little boy on thin Mackville road between Springfield and Pleasant Run Any information will be appreciated MRS JOHN COLLINS SIMM- SSpringfield Ky t EGGS FOR SALEGet the best My Brown Leghorns were prqmium winners at Harrodsburg and Springfield in 1906 White Plymoth Rocks and white Wy andotts were premiums at Springfield Eggs 75cfor 15 A C1 Kimball FARMS FOR SALE Write W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want Iandso lie of Goca a and baby carriages at Walter Leachmans Furni ture store- Mr Ruel Foster purchased an automobile and duringg the summer expects to todr the surrounding coun try 1 FOR RENT iTworooms in Searcy flat over Leachmans Gents Furnish 101IIFaOSTThe frost during the past two or thre nights has nipped vegetation to a very considerable extent but it is not believed that fruit has been greatly damaged in this section Rev G W Lyon who is engaged in a mteUnga Irvington Ky writes The S nIthat he is having a successful meetIwill occupYthe pulpit Methodist clIurch next Sunday The ladiesof Bethlehem Baptist church are i ejua ted to give all the SundayinBegleyTreasurer WIRE YotyR OUSEsDuring the next 90 days Tq9 Springfield Water virehousesGuard against fires by using electric lights The l net plant will soon be in operation and the company will furnish the very bees of ilights Born to MJr and Mrs H W Smith of Louisville on last Saturday a girl Dr Lampto the grandfather will in troduce the jjourig lady into Springfield society durin the coming summer Mr Coleman Sjitigall was declared to be of unsold mind and was ordered sent to AndhOrage1 asylum last week We hope and believe that his derange ment is only temporary and that he will soon be able ito return to his home Henry W ttersaneditor ottheCourier Jour la Is now in Europe Mr Watterson v ill probably return early in May He will send home a series of editorial letters that will prove enter taining as h ICEThe s writings shrove are Electric Light and Water Company will handle its own ice dur ing this sezson and will commence delivery April 1 A suitable office and storage roori will be procured and you are requ sted to leave your orders with the pe rson in charge Satisfac tion guafanU ed Mr Henry Hic erson of near Mack fleinformsrecovered fr m tote severe hurt Ke re ceived over a year ago while fell ing a tree Rev R Elc Lawson will begin a series of leqtures on The Bible as nighmt prayer meet ng services Subject of the first lectiureThe Bible as Good Literature + Persons h in their pohsessio- pooling contractStIre requested to pre sent them at the office of the Washington County tTobacco Warehouse Com pany not later thiImonthcounty court day S M Cambellreports County Court last Monday in Lebanon as being well attend He made the following sales One 2 year old horse mule at 10000 five 2 year mules at 11250 per head One mare at 461 One mare at 96 Ond cow and alf33 Qnc jack 165 The CourierJournal has recently added as a specialfeature of its Sunday edition sixteenbage illustrated Mag azine that is the equal of any of th ten cent magazines published Eight pages are filled with halftone pictures of persons and events of special inter est to Louisville and the State of Ken tucky while the other eight pages contain sketches stfaries etc prepare d by the best writ rs The Comic Su plement is another attractive feature of the Sunday GourierJpurnal The Sunday issue of piis paper is now toe equal of any gaper published anywhere and it is constantly improving The usual number of pages is about fifty four i111 + m i+it H til jNoTIcIeroceriCst i continue the business at the same stand W iHaving the Trade a fresh and UptoDate Stockit 41 Good to Eat I Want Your Cou tit 4I Produce A SQUARE DEAL IS MY MOTTO Bring me your laundry I represent the Lebanon LaunI dry Ask for Fehrs Tonic all kinds of soft drinks i + Call for whatyou want Yours Very Truly i+ WI F I LAWRENCE I 1 + + ++ + ++ oooooooo400ooooe1ooo I Personal Notesp 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up oftheWeeks- Personal News oo oooooooOOO Judge I H Thurman is in Camp jellsyille this week holding court Hon W C McChord was in Tay oysville Monday where he delivered a speech to the tobacco growers Messrs Frank and John Simms ere in Lebanon Monday chi1dlen1ave v Saturday Mr Wallace Duncan who is em toyed as teleghaph operator at High weekwithMessrs Edward and Frank Willett were in Louisville Saturday Mr J I Wimsatt is at home to spend a few days Mrs Eunice 6 Nan and Mrs Irvine Adams spent several days last week in Houisville IProf George W Colvin spent last Friday and Saturday in Louisville IMr Richard Baker was in Louis ville one day last week Miss Ethel McClaskey of Bloom field is visiting Miss Viola BrOW Miss Sue Ray spent Sun ay in Bardstown with friends Ruel Foster and Orville McCarty were in Louisvill last week Misses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell have returned home after a several days visit to friends in Louis ville Miss Mary Bickett of Lebanon was here Sunday Mrs M C Mayes was called to Wilmore by the death of her father Misses Louise and Teresa Wathen of Lebanon were here one day last week Mr M H Jones was in Tuesday on business Mr G C Wharton was in Har rodsburg Friday on business Mr and Mrs J C Shader spent Thursday and Friday in Louisville iMr Teddy Wells of Blpomfieldj was here Sunday Mr and Mrs Liam Montgomery of Marion county visited relatives here Sunday rMiss Sue Kay is the guest of Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloomfield Miss Myrtle Price is in Bardstown the guest of Miss Gertrude Stoker Mr and Mrs L H Bellebaum left this week for Horse Cave where they will reside Mesdames John and Harry Brown of Lebanon spent Friday with friends homenby Miss Jennie Redding who spent Saturday and Sunday in Lebanon ONLY 17c TS A COPY HearteMadeline Morning Cy- GoodBye Annie Laurie Moon Beams and Dreams of You Down Where the Passion Flower Blooms by the Sea Its Delightful to be Married alPCherry In Dreamland Keep a Cosy Corner in Your Heart forme Selection from the Umpire The Girl With the Big Toy Bear CurleyILa Tikette Southern Girl Ambol re Dearest Sweetest Best PrayJ Your NesteArabesque Mignonne So Long Mary Nigger Loves His Possum Happy Sammy Ive Been Looking For a Girl Like YouCinderella 45 Minutes From Broadway Also a hundred good uptodate songs and instrumental pieces for 5 cents a copyCome Before they are picked over IWa Russell Dr M W Hyatt was in Fairfield one day last week on professional biisi ness LpuisviMiss Sadie Parrott has returned tort Catherines after spending the Easter holidays at home Miss Emma Leachman has returned to her home in Louisville visit to Mrs C L Brad near aftetI W E Leachman Was in Lebanon one day last week JMrs W F Grjgsby and son re visiting relatives at Chaplin this week Hon W D Claybrooke Taylorsville Monday on business wastn Hon C C McChord daughter otter spending the winter in Louisville are at home to spend tjie summer Mr and MrsG H Boone are again in Springfield and will remain for several days Mr John Spalding and sister Miss Jennie of Bardstown spent two days here this week guests t the home bf Mr John F Simms Messrs Thomas Stoker and Harold Hurst of Bardstown were here Sunday Mrs Finley Scruggs returned home Monday after a two weeks visit io the family of Judge C R McDpwcjll and other relatives at Danville Mrs M Allen visited at the hone Plaeilastme Allen have returned home after a few days visit to friends and relatives in Louisville r Mr and Mrs J Be Peyton spe t several days here this week and last with friends They left to day fcr their home in Louisville Mrs Pius Whalen and son cf Bardstown are visiting her parent Mr and Mrs B F Simms ofnear z town Mrs Garland Thompson was called here by the death of Robert Thom sons child Mr W F Neikirk was allcdlPemck Station last night by seri deathdany Neikirk is eightytwo years old and has been ill for quite a while I Hell Suit r You if We Suit Him We are representing this season M BORN Tf betI31 years piece o goods they make up is guaranteed Not only isII I the goods guaranteed but Fit and Satisfaction I You want to have confidence in your Doctor or your Lawyer why not ill ootIIand let us make you a x suit Why not We have received verv fine line of ReadytoWear Spring and Summer Clothing fox all ages and at all prices Let us show you before buying one of Tflthe best lines you ever saw T MISS IT Mr and Mrs E Carl Litsey and little daughter of Lebanon spent Sun day here with Mrs Litseys father and mother Judge and Mrs Selecman Mrs W M Mayes and Miss Wil lette1 Mayes of Saluda S C who have RichardIwill return home next week Mr and Mrs Byron Croke have moved into a cottage on Virginia Avenue and willreside here during the Summer Wathen Simms has accepted a position with Grundy McIntire Mr Simms is a young man of excellent habits and possesses much business ability Mr and Mrs Evan Rogers of Lebanon spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs Fred Hagan Mr Rogers since his severe spell of illness has been unusually well and his many friends in and around Springfield are delighted to see him looking so well Mrs G D Robertson entertained the following at euchre Tuesday Mes dames Joe tJlaybrooke M W Hyatt E 0 Walker Ralph Boldrick T B Blanford R L Bettis CA Green R A McElroy GC Wharton and W T Leachman Misses Willie Kribtt Kate Wharton Flora iMudd Katie Cain and Bertha Haydon Rev Father Pieters of Freder ickstown will leave the last of this month for Belgium where he will visit his mother He will be gone about three months Father Pieters is one of the most popular pastors the Catho lie church at Frederickstown has ever had and while his congregation will regret his absence they are glad that he is tJ have such a nice vacation Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in prosperous Kansas of today theI a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg not yet forgotten a hard time he en countered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and throat and lung healer ever discovered Guaran teed by Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free OOOOOOOOOOOOQThe ooooaooaoneQao i WalkOver Shoes 354 400 and S45Q 8 New Shipments wOppw Spring Hats- I WILL RECEIVE A NEW SHIp- MENT OF HATS THURSDAY EYE NING COME TO SEE THEM Hatsareagain this season to trim hats IJ Remember I have moved and am now located in FirstNl1otionalLeachmans Gents Furnishing Store Miss Willie Knott r= Poultry Raising Pays Farmers are coming to realize that paying show that the eggs sold alone pay the farmer more money than the output of corn or wheat Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonip layIor a w wards off diseases for roup cholera gapes and limber neck yourrchickens are sick give each sick chick en three to five drops two or three times a day as a preventive of disease give one to three drops to each fowl inthe feed two or three times a week Turkeys being more delicate should be fed only one to three drops at a feed Can you afford to loose your chickens when R41144 is guaranteed by your druggist to give satisfaction or your money will be refunded Ask Mr Haydon That Son of Yoursu l i You Laugh When you feel good You can not feel good unless your feet are comfortable Buy a pair oi Hanan Shoes the best and most comfortable Shoe for Men and Women on earthandYou will laugh 6IDTHE ROBERTSON CLA YBROOKE CO liWll T fit i j THE SPRINGFIELD sUN WEDNESDAY APRIL J 1907 1 k His Littlei Scheme By ALICE LOUISE LEE Copyright by Alice Louise Lee TEN EYCK was driv CLAUDIA the boulevard alone little bead full of ideas of economy Which sbe was en deavoring to exercise for the benefit of Tennyson Benbam pedestrian swing Ing rapidly down tae bicycle path ahead of her Ol1Tennr1sbe called softly drawing the mare up under the trees wbicb separated the path from the highway Z was Just wishing Her voice did not finish the remark but an engaging display of dimples did as she patted the seat beside her It would be lovely returned Ten nyson morosely If it were my trap or- Ialy horse Claudia added a laugh to the dimples as the morose one climbed into the trap It will all come some day she continued laughing gayly Its no laughing matter Claudia groaned Tennyson Here t am pos sessed of a law education which is rusting for lack of use a few debts t fewer dollars and no prospects TennyJ reproachfully Only the doleful prospect of having to wait eternally for the dearest sweetest daintiest Claudia blushed and hastened to in teITUPtHI think the law is tiresome Papa sits In his library all day and I dont see why he should insist on your working Again Tennyson groaned at her viewpoint The pater Ten Eyck being con fined to the house with the gout did sit in his library all day but he sat between a telephone and a stenogra baCltgrOUndjand mand Soon the trap left the boulevard and plunged down the steep Mount Hope road into a niirrow vall yAt the foot of the mountain the highway broke up into a number of rude tracks travers ing the valley Into one of these Clau dia turned the mare I want to see what is on the other side of that she explained pointing to a shoulder of the mountain around which the road curvedIn moment her longings were grati fled They rounded the corner and came on a little cabin surrounded by pigs chickens and children A mtin with a gun stepped from the doorway slid motioned them to stop You git back tharcame h s deter mulled command Ill have you under atahd that this ere is private and there aint goln to be no trespass infwhlle I can handle a gun How much do you charge per tres pass T inquired Tennyson gravely VI charge moren youve been whim topay so far So far echoed Tennyson Aint you the Consolidated Subur ban Rapid Transit demand ed tbe man suspiciously My good sir ejaculated Tennyson Jam not consolidated nor even united yetClaudias dimples began to play and tlbe looked hard down the valley The man came nearer and rested our foot on fhe hub of a front wheel SayI he broke out suddenly Mister look ee here That blamed agent says JOKT YOU THE CONSOLIDATED BAPXD TRANSIT COMPACT be can take my land whether or no He says he can come right through my pigpen over there and I cant stop him begMy first client murmured Tenny ton In Claudias ear Then be turned to the man Im afraid that agent Ie telling the truth he began Sud denly be paused and looked laround What part of your land do they want to run the track through 1 The man dropped his gun and point ed He says theyll come right through Morrisons dugout yander and flown thlB tae pt the valley where the grade fefjNwy1 and smack through my plcpcspilgtie take their hid sl Ill flfeoof em unless they put wee up an tber pen Yiea1yaon Interrupted Homuch lindjdo l own hereITlieman jerked his thumb over his shoulder Jest that narrer strip acrost there between them wires eyes roved round the nar row farm meditatively Why not sell entire farm As it Is the road upjbadlyTbe his hat back and scratched his head Guess 1 know that But whod want to buy the bull tiling except such another blame fool as I was when I bought There was a suppressed excitement in Tennysons manner which aroused Claudias curiosity lIe took the reins from her bands and turned the mare about carefully Ill be back here in three hours of less to talk business to you be said briefly and after a few moments silent climb the mare was trotting along the boulevard again to ward Scranton How mean of the law to go through II nfans plgpefi cried Claudia Can it go anywhere Tenpyson gi3Jve a preoccupied laugh Yes uuder tle laws of Pennsylvania all propertywith one excep tioncanbe dndemued CondemnedpnzzledClaudia What does that meani- Tennyson explained watching with delight the wire little wrinkle that ap peared between the blue eyes and knowing that wentyfdur hours would effqce all reco lection of the rights of eminent domain But for oucehe was mistaken The responsibilities of life were weighing heavily on Claudia and certain reso lutions to understand more of economy and of law were becoming fixed She had forgotten to ask Tennyson what onekind of property was exempt from condemnation bit there was her father Now papa 1 want to know some thing she began planting her dim pled elbow on the table as they sat at dinner never the table yet but what you bothered me with your fool questions gru bled Peter Ten Eyck Claudia oblivious of the acidity InI his tonepprefated her question withI Papa what of property cant theC law go throughiThe devil ejaculated Peter What are you talking about She proceeded to elucidate NowI Just suppose a transit company orI something wanted to through a mans pigpen Peter staged hardJ lOWell you know they can But theres pne kind of land they cant What IsII itT Youre enough to turn a lawyers hair white said her fat eratterapause Probably you meanj a ceme tery Then h0 gave her a shrewd look and said nothing more until they budI finished dinner when he asked abruptly Who were you driving with thisI morning Claudia raised her brows Inquiringly Tapping tier cheek thoughtfully with a forefinger she responded unblushingly Let me see Was his hair black or brown Ten Eyck grinned despite himself Brown Oh yes wIth an effort of the memI ory Then it was enMr Benham So suspected that nefarious littleI popinjay of a latyypi without any practice who t trying to marry money No he pap ntresponded Claudia serenely for to marry methat is right away And she ran away laughing mischievously That very eY Tennyson called He was In high spirits Behold me he sal4with a mock heroic bow At I am on the highroad to fame and fortune I am a real estate owner Really Tenny excitedly Enough to build our house n 7 Tennyson threw his head back and broke Into a peal of boyish laughter Theres a house dn it already and a pigpen too I Own tile land formerly owned by the man with the gun Claudias eye grew large and round Youve bought that horrid desolate looking place What tor1 Dont tell mejdedr that you wouldnt like to live there Tenny she expostulated but Ten nyson evaded all further questions about his purchase Walt until Ive struck it rich on my real estate dear and Ill tell you all about it With that he supposed his fiancee was content butt she was not After his departure she repaired promptly to the source of wisdom Papa what is there down In the Mount Hope valley to bring money Just supposing you bad bought the land of that man with the pigpen down there what should you expect to get out of it1 The clerk and stenographer exchanged glanced Peters brows con tracted as he sported The knowl edge that I a fool probably and Claudia sadder but ho wiser retired Perhaps much learning with no out let for it was making Tennyson insane she reflected and her theory was strengthened on the next occasion of their meeting which was on Lacka wanna avenue Tennysons face was aglow with ex citement His spirits so often at zero were near the boiling point He was ready to discuss their future the prob abilities of bearding Ten Eyck soon In his library and of the renting of a suitable home So far Claudias theory was discredited But presently they passed a basement laundry out of which a Hungarian shuffled making signs to Tennyson Will you walk on slowly Claudia I wont be here but moment said the latter hurriedly and Claudia did as he requestedI In a moment he had rejoined her his face beaming At last Ive secur ed one be exclaimed What asked Claudia curiously A corpse was the astounding response at which Claudia stepped short and gasped too amazed for speech A spice of mischief crept Ito Tenny Ins voice and sh ne In his yes as he Continued And t came dirt cheap I o Ive sat IK left to conduct the funeral Ob ItcH you Claudia ill1 make it yet Make what breathed Claudia in a horrified whisper Thats a secret a dead secret was the prompt rejoinder I can keep a secret Of course you can dear Then un gallantiy But so can 1 And he thought he was keeping It So also thought Claudia and was deeply grieved over it A note from Tennyson the next day however alleviated her grlefJbut aroused her curiosity THET FOUND HIM BESIDE HIS TADLEI ranII know I ouht not to give youI inkling of the truth and not tell it but when It car be told you will understand why I mu st keep my secretIClaudia bad never read a note of hisI where anticipation iso bubbled over between the lines Therefore she was unprepared for his appearance when several days later he walked into the music room His face was tragic with real tragedy this time He did not even kiss her Instead he folded blsI arms and began with a little catch in voice Cla din Ive come to give you freedom Im a penniless wr d Claudia The tears ckfue eyes She stood be fore uched his arm wistfully draw ber closer I dont want itmy freedom I mean i wont take 1t Whatever has hap penedTennyson looked awaylOA good thing has just slipped through my fin gers unexpectedly slipped through Now so long as theres no further need for secrecy Ill explalnV But he didnt being interrupted by a call from the library Peter Ten Eyck wished to see botb Benham and his daughter at once They found him beside his table his gouty toot on a cushion Good day sir hp said briskly shak ing Benhams hand cordially Claudia regarding her fathers pleas antry apprehensively sat down on a sofa facing him Peter motioned Ten nyson to a place beside ber Ive called you In here Ten Eyck then began to ask a favor of you But as a preface Ill relate a bit of your personal history which has come to my ears- Claudia started and Tennysons hnnd moved nearer hers in spite of the fact that he had just heroically given her up Personal business history Mr Den hamI he amended dryly But at the next sentence Tennysons back straightened with a sudden jerk Mr Benbam you are the young man who combined wit ehough and law enough to buy up a strip of laud in Mount valley lying across the- prospective route of the Consolidated Suburban Rapid Transit company Tennyson gasped Then you proceeded warily as you thought to get a Hungarian to bury his brother on your land At the same time you applied for a charter incor porating the Mount Hope Cemetery companyHow did you find out and why did you find out Interposed Tennyson Then Ten Eyck almost smiled As to the bow youll never know As to the why it was very much to my in terest to know since I amwell to alt Intents and purposes as will soon bo known the Consolidated Suburban Rapid Transit company Tennyso Imo th opened but no sound canie If hadnt found out just as I did young man and stopped your game I suppose y d have bled the Transit company a round number of thousands for the privilege of going through your cemetery eh- Tennyson moistened his lips That was my intention Now began Peter rubbing his forehead violently much for the past Tbe favor I want to ask of you is this Will you accept the position as counsel to the Consolidated A light broke over Tennysons face Will I he exclaimed I should be most happy to serve you sir he fin- Ished perfunctorily Peter rubbed his forehead again Ills voice was sly didnt know he begin but that you bad a return favor to ask me and he glanced meaningly at Claudia Papa cried Claudia pink to tin tips of ber little ears She threw her arms about his neck Impulsively ktas Ml his bald bead anti fled Better not run chances of losing In that game young mansbe heard her father say dryly and a moment later Tennyson Joined her In the music room RENOVATING BATHTUBS How to Clean and Make Them Look In In housewiveshaveuninviting appearance in a room that otherwise looks fresh and he tarnished surface may cleanfcome bright 110 matter Wh materials are employed By being your own you may at a trifling expense make the tub quite desirable says the Chicago T lb uneT Procure a small can of common 1nnofinch pieces of yellow soap into bits ajnd put it over the fire to dlss ve In a couple of quarts of water Fill the bath tub with hot water and throw In a generous handful of powdered borax and the dissolved soap When the wa ter becomes cool enough to put tIleI hands in scrub the surface with a brush letting the water run as tjiie work is done Again partly fill the tpb with hot water and scrub with the brush mind sand soup to make sure that all greasy particles have been removed Then rinse in clear hot water a 111I thoroughly dry Cover it with two coatings of t e common paint letting one thoroughly dry before putting on the second coat Then give It several coats of the enamel paint This paint will dry more quickly than the other and the bathtub will no longer bean unsightly object Care must be used not to run hot water Into the bathtub alone until the paint has hardened Hotr to PtiniNli a Child Have you ever given a child tbe lege of choosing his own imnlsbmentj either a whipping or the deprivation f some beloved treat solitude in bs chamber or some other form and bad him prefer the whipping to bavejt over with Doesnt this prove o be the lesser punishment something to be borne with stoically as a nee essary evil perhaps but forgotten tbu next moment in some pleasure or rec reation If however upon mature delibcra = tlon it seems expedient to apply the rod Jet it by all the regard you have for your childs self respect be done In the privacy of his own room anti not even hinted at before other chilllrenj says the Washington Star seems to be a strain of cruelty In the makeup of some children that delight In anothers punishment tfa child must be punished in this way if every other expedient has been tried and othcjW1your anger to reflect Then with cplm face a prayerful and sorrowful heart and a dignified demeanor go to him and do the job thoroughly and well Keep him closeted until the fierce ness of his emotion has warn away Then take him out bathe and clothe him afresh and keep him with you Talk to him not about his offense you have punished him for that let It drop Cheerfully expect It not to hap pen again Be kind and loving to him and prove by your actions that he has grieved you How to Clean ItliicM and Trinket A sharp pointed implement should never be employed to dean rings as It loosens the stones Soak them in liquid ammonia and the dirt will be loosened Afterward they should be polished with a soft cloth It Is a good plan to keep rings In sawdust as It enables the gems to retain their brilliancy Warm water and a little prepared chalk are all that are required to clean plain or chased rings Toilet articles vinai- grettes and other small trinkets may be easily brightened without the use of powder by placing them In an alu minium receptacle and pouring boiling water over them Polishing should be done by means of aiiplcce of clean chamois leather but in adopting this treatment It must be remembered that the silver should never be allowed to become tarnished How to Sit For a Photograph If I had Just one bit of advice to give a prospective sitter said a favorite New York photographer in LArt de li Mode I should say Dont think about the picture for days before having it taken Choose a good photographer and leave it tti him Dress nat urally that Is na you are accustomed to do In your dally life and above all dont dress as you have never dressed before That Is where so ninny people make a mistake They get a new gown for the special purpose of having a photograph taken and often as a climax have their hair dressed in an unusual way Then having changed themselves as much as possible they some torthe photographer How to Predict the Weather A clip of hot coffee Is an unfailing barometer If you allow a lump of sugar to drop to the bottom of the cull and watch the qlr bubbles arise without disturbing the coffee If the bubbles collect in the middle the weather will be fine If they adhere to the cup it will either rain or snow and If the bubbles separate without assuming any fixed position changeable weather may be pectlf1IHow to Brlprhlen Carpet If carpets are dull after the regula- beating to brighten them go over th entire surface with ox gall or household ammonia and water How tu Clean Tan Boot To remove mud stains from to boots and shoes rub with slices ofraw potato When dry apply boot crea and polish as usual pV o 0 The lSeacher And the Zurterr Original We was very much pleased at the settlement when a rattletrap buggy drove up with a man and a girl The man said he was lookin for a con venient place for his daughter to open a school and wished to know ItC Scratchgravel wanted one He added that the settlement need not bSat expense since his daughter would askj for tuition only what the parents felt able to give We wanted a school mighty bad not that the children needed 1arum for there wasnt no use for it at Scratchgravel but their mothers liked to talk across lots with one another and the children bothered em while they was doln it So the schooimarm was engaged her father drove away and the children was kept cooped up for five hours a day while their mothers was ngosslplncIt was about this time that the boss stealin commenced Not that wer hadnt had hoss stealin We had But somehow the rascals had found a way o glttln Inside our corrals and stampedln the stock We organized a watch but as soon as we did the boss tealln stopped We dropped the watch and it begun again Then the watch bein too bard on the men o the settlement we took In the wlmmen Nobody saw uothln till it come the teachers turn when the hull gang 10I boss thieves come down on us tooncet and she lit after em firma at em and saved a dozen hoses they had loosed ready to runoff This made the schoolteacher mighty popular and since she was a good looking gal with pink cheeks several o time bachelors o the settlement wnntI ed to marry her But she wouldnt have none of em say in her heart was with the dear little Innocents she was teachln Another thing that lifted the schoolmarm In our affections was that she put us on to somepn that we didnt think of before She said that some one was loosenin the bosses and the thieves would swoop down and drive em off This some one must be olio of us We all looked at each other suspiclouslike every feller wonderin If be wasnt suspicioned It wouldnt do to put any of us on watch for fear o puttin on the man that was doin the business At last two or three of us got together and after talkin the matter over allowed wed ask the teacher to doa little detective work to find out who the traitor was This toIhim but unless she could ketch him in the act we wouldnt believe In his guilt We swo a we would and wait ed for her to work up the case While this was agoln on the rustlers had got away with most o the bosses Fact Js there wasnt but half a dozen on em left in the hull settlement One stormy night we heeded a clatterln o hoofs and went out to try and save the stock The boss thieves had start ed the bull lot orem but two had got away and turned back Ben Hath away and me got saddles on to em and lit out to try and save the other four We chased cm party lively and was aketchin up with em when the boss one of em was rldin struck a deep mudhole and fell We was goln right on but be stood In the middle o the road pumplu lead at us and we drew up It was so dark we couldnt see him and be couldnt see us therefore be couldnt hit us nor we him Suddently there was a big flash o ligbtnln and there In the middle o thoughlwas of us saw for the millionth part of a second plain as atnoonday the school farm Before we had a chance to say any hing to each other there come another lush and three shots rung out after It anti before the thunder One o em vas from the schoolteacher and tother wo was from me und Ben We beer cd a yell and I disinountiu give my boss to Ben and walked to the mud hole I held iny shootln iron cocked Before me for there was plenty of Hgbtnln and I didnjt want to git plunked while lighted up by a flash But the first rent bright one that come showed the woman layln In a heap across the tmulhole My science troubled me for Biootin a woman even If she was In league with hossthletes and I went on cailln to Ben at the uume time to c me on too hopln the gal might not be dead mid we could save her life When we got to where she was she groaned and we knowed she was alive We couldnt do notbln for her out there In the dark so we put heron one o the horses hoidin her on and walked back to the settlement When we got there everybody was outside some o em with lanterns What do you suppose the gal had tho gall to do She pointed to Ben and me and gasped These two done it They loosened the stock for the rustlers Well there we was convicted o boss steaUn and bad shot the gal that had been watcbln us The next mornin airly we was both taken under a big tree and a noose WIlfJjust Asrsoon as he beam o the schoolteacher he asked to see ber and the minute he sot ees on to her recognized her for Refran But the kid defeated Justice hownBen and me was saved from a hose deathm MYR KENNEDY Dr W F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 1workover Haydon Barber D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY r Life Fire and Accidentt Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in thav world Your HyattOffice SPRINGFIEL KENTUCKY 7 to 9 a mOFFICE HOURS 4to8pm Dr JC Mudd i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE cs STORE Office Hours 12 M to 2 P MtDr W W1 Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone172 J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No3ff- j dMISS ELLA ADAMS TELEPHONES NURSEit V JDay 49t Nfchtj T SCOTT MAYES Washingtonand Federal Courtsr C C McCHORD tATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky d Will practice in tne courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the cqurtBoiAp J r d W E SELECMANtr ATTYATLAW IFSpringfieldin the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and In of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER rt Sprlngaeld Ky r l BuildingWill Wash J ington and adjoining cOUnties and inthey Court of Appeals S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty go anywhere reason able Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLICrON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jevtelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts All kinds of pension business specialty naveboon in tho busincfc for o years THOS J Graves MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY NURSE Phones Day 89 Night OS- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOGiOOQO JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown r Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial RobeM Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Fi i rf THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1907 iJ 7 iC SS SSSS fSsSiSSSiS44 Iiir A Piano In Placedl I Your Home On Trial I intend pur JlsingOi would be dollars in your pocket to get in c iresporidI Irouwith us Being the largest piano dealers in the South and buying them in carload us to quote prices ojn Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that will quickly the most skeptical hat we can do all we sa if given the opportunity Our line I consists of the fo lowing wo ldiamous makesi thj PIANOS PRICE 9178 UP PLAYER PIANOS 500UP PIANO PLAYERS PRICE 25O Epntenegroiliehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trial Natne Address j MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO IIJ INCORPORATED Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky SISSIS SIS1SISIStSIS iSiiS i SiSSiSSsS FROM ALL OVERTHE STATE I BURNING OF A STILL iBy Revenue Officers Caused an Ex tensive Forest Fire London ICyTwo Illicit stills and i apparatus were destroyed and William McFadden and his son Sidney were arrested near Cave creek by revenue men While burning the apparatus of the still nearby trees caught fire and the blaze spread over considerable territory of the forest before it could be checked The officers who made the raid are Deputy Collector P B Elliott and Deputy Marshal P d Thompson of this city General Dep uty Collector W C Short Of Richmond Division Deputy Collector M G Hignite of Barbourville and Sp clal Employ T T J Parrott of Kogersvllle Tenn and W W Harrl son of Shelbyville Ky Tho prison ers were held over tb court by United States Commissioner George C Moore TRACKED TO MONTANA J S Smiley Is To Be Returned To Kentucky Lexington Ky Armed wltTf extradition papers Chief of Detectives Mal colm Brown and Lewis Johnson left for Bozeman Mont to bring back J S Smiley jr who Is charged with grand larceny Smiley was arrested by the detectives after they had traced his alleged theft of four 250 gold pieces securing the history of every gold piece that came into the banks of this olty The money Was taken from the lockers at the Y M C A When released on bond Smiley left the city but was traced to Bozeman Will Build Trolley Line Somerset KyAt a meeting of the stockholders of the Cprbin and Nashville railroad arrangements for the building of the road from Tateville to Monticello were completed and the contract wasi let for the work which will be commenced in a short time Tateville lsfour miles south of Som e ettat which point the road will cross the Q C The Idngth of the new road will be 25 miles w Lexington Elks Elect Lexington Ky1At the annual elec tion of Elks held here the following officers were chosen Exalted ruler H E Curtisp leading knight H K Mllwardj loyal knight J Jr Colbert lecturer J vI Elliott secretary C W Trapp tiler H S Bush trustee V TBosworthj representative to graml- fodge G Q JBosworth alternate G H Whitney To the Federal Court Lexington Ky Although defeated in the circuit court tho claimants of thousands Of acres of rich coal and timber lands In Eastern Kentucky arc by no means satisfied and through their attorneys have announced that they will take the case to the federal court Th4 grants of many of thd claimants date back to 1780 under the old Virginia grants BondsJ worth of the s eon k 1 firmed The lirice realized was 35330 Or 4 more than the principal and aci jruejd interest The sale was made tjhroiigh Rudslph Kleybolte Co of Cincinnati the name of the purchaser leing withheld Must Have Hurt H KyThe Illinois Central iRailroadNCo was found guilty of desecrating the Sabbath by working a track repairing crew on Sunday and the extreme penalty provided by L- hela fine of5owas assessed A Similar offense was compromised at 40 and a third was dismissed Bellevues Mayor Dead Newport Kjv George Emig Jr mayor of Bellevue died of apoplexy He Had worked Indefatigably superin tending work for the alleviation of suf ferer during the last flood and the exposure is believed to have been the cause of his illness MISSED HIS TRAIN And His Wjfe Believing She Had Been Deserted Drank a Fatal Potion Louisville KyMrs Lillie Clark wife of Ollie Clark an Illinois Cen tral employe died in agony alter drink ing concentrated lye at her home Mrs Clark and her husband quarreled whereupon he took his flveyearold son to the home of his mother in Owensboro but sent word that he would return He missed his train however Before he came back Mrs Clark became despondent thinking her husband had deserted her and she drank the concentrated lye Clark arrived just before she expired and she asked his forgiveness He is almost distracted because of his wifes act and censures himself II NEW CAMPAIGNERS For the Kentucky Democracy Are Mc Cutcheonand- Louisville Gannett KyThe state demo cratfc campaign committee met at the Seelbach and elected Harvey S Mc Cutcheon of Russellville secretary and Garnett of Trigg county successor to Judge Joseph E Robbins of Graves county who resigned his membership of the committee due to professional obligations C C Bos worthof Lexington was elected as Istaht secretary Grayot is a party of prominence and McCulch Is a member of the statn or1r tlc central committee Is om three prison commissioners of To Seek Oil and Gas Cohtral City KyC P golden of lPlttsburg Palias secured a numb r ojf lejises on lands near here to bore for oil and gas and will begin boring +ellS as soon as the machinery can be installed A good flow of gas has al rad been secured in two wells Two Years For Horse Stealing Hopkinsville yEd Lascoe pleaded guilty to stealing a horse and was sentenced to two years in the peniten tihryj Lascoe was one of three no gfoes who escaped from the county Ljail but was recaptured L1 r I Checkering Sons Decker Sons Bros Sterling Schubert Arm IHaines Marshall Wendell Foster f SohmerCecilian FarraridCecilian and the Autopiario orf The CecilinA player that can Vq at tached to any make piano In order to demonstrate to you that we have theright Pianos at the right Pcwe will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost oua cent I 628630 SIStSSSr CLAY INDORSED For Representative From the Nine teenth Kentucky District t Mt Sterling KyThe democratic county committee meeting at Frfcnchi burg unanimously indorsed J Will Clay of this city as the nominee of the democratic party for representative in the Nineteenth Legislative dis trict Clay was nominated at the pri mary election last November before the court of appeals decided the red Is trlcting law and as the Menifee com mittee indorsed the primary there is nothing left but for the istrict coin mittee to be called to ratify the nomi nation as made to conform with the law FOUR BROTHERS The Eldest Nineteen Are Accused of Pot Office Robbery Plneville KyFour brothers al leged to have robbed the post office at Harlan Ky March 9 were caught and brought to Plnevllle b Deputy United States Marshal Sam VJan Bevers The boys are Simon Arthur Roy and MarK EMs sons of the editor of the Harlan EnterpriseThe younger boys Roy and Mark confessed to Commissioner Logan and were held for trial in the federal court at London It is said that the foUr boys went Into a conspiracy to do the robbing the younger ones led by the older ones The youngest is 10 and the eldest 19 years of age SWATTED The Exposition Gateke per Across the Face With An Alligator Louisville KyEdward L Thomp son was fined 10 In the police court for having been drunk It was shown that Thompson was denied admission to the Greater Louisville exposition because of his hilarious condition Chagrined at tho presumption of a gatekeeper to halt him in front of many persons known to him Thom son drew a 24Inch alligator from his inside pocket and smacked the gate keeper across the face The tail of the reptile caught the gateriians eye and caused a painful Injury He glee fully settled his fine Brock Wasnt Killed London KyThe articles published in Louisville stating that H M Brock an Insurance man of London Ky was shot and Instantly killed at Salyers villo is a mistake S M Brock n prominent insurance Agent of this city and tIle man said to have been killed lives here and is hero now h lngnr riyed from Salyersvllle He says he had no trouble at Salyersvllle anil uoesnt know the man said to hae killed him JrQuashesLouisville KyJudge Walter Evans in tile United States district court din missed five counts against W B Smith former prosident of the West ern National bank of Louisville charg ing him with misapplication of Its funds The court however jfefused to quash ftye other couids charging Smith with making false Jentrlcs and he must go to trial daaaoQooo oo The Sun SJo 0 Q Q iOO QQolao A TRIO OF WEALTHY PLUNGERS REPORTED HEAVY LOSERS IN UNION PACIFIC POOL Which Was Formed On Adivlce of Harriman After Helping Him In Fight Against Fish Noy York April IIt was learned that three of the heaviest losers in the rich mans panic In Wall street are John Jacob Astor Robert W Goo let and Cornelius VanderbIlt Their aggregate losses are said to be be j1Iofthe Immensity of their losses their in HUBS are not materially ageetd Both however are regarded as closo lldtoJ tically disinherited because of his iiikr rlage ulIlss Grace Wilson A set tlmtint effected by which Cornelius got about 0000000 He had It is said about 8000000 when he joined the other tyo In the Union Pac O speculatIon Mr Vandorbllts 8hare in the pool It Is said was not quite as heavy as Col AsUirs and Mr Goejets His loss is stated to be about 2000000 and the losses of the others two to be In excess of 3000000 eacfi The three society men are directors of the Illinois Central railroad having been put Into the hoard by Stuyvesant Fish when he was president of that road They were all personal friends of Mr Fish and he counted on their support when E H Harriman started the campaign to drive him out of the presidency of the railroad The tbree had always voted with Mr Fish up to June iyO Then they suddenly swung ovor to Mr Harriman and voted with Mm in all matters which that astute financier brought up In the boarrmeetings and which the deposition of Mr Fish In October last 1r FOUR KILLED AT CROSSING Buggy Struck By Train Causing the Death of Occupants Kansas City Mo April IFourpersons In a buggy two men and two women were Instantly killed at the Fifteenth street crossing of the Chi cago Alton raliroad tro mlles east ef this city by the Alto 8 Red Flyer westbound from St Louis The bodies were horribly mutilated and it has not been possible to iden tify thenv but the men are believed from papers found In their pockets to have been George Henry and H Mon ner salesmen Trainmen say that the carriage drove directly in front of the engine although the electric bell at the crossing had been ringing several minutes Two of the bodies those of a man and a woman were picked up by the cowcatcher of the locomotive and car nod some distance The other two were thrown clear of the track The horses escaped injury DROWNS SELF AND CHILDREN IIPins Clothing of Little r Own to Make Death Certain Dover N Jf April 1 1Itoned their garments securely to her own Mrs Otto Hrlttlngj carried her two little children Into Shougun lakei dr9wnedThe by the husband who had seachl since his wife with the mile left UlelI home In Mill Brook onts The three hal died allow water and the mothers body was In a stoop- Ing posture aS though she had bent over to place her head under waterI Rioting Follows a Seattle Wash April LSerious rioting with a number already report ed killed Is occurring nt the famous Treadwell mine oh Douglas Island Alaska The federal troops stationed at Ft W H Seward near Skagway on Lynn Canal axe said o have been ordered out A strike laa been In progress at the Treadwellj mine which employs about mep for about two weeks The men are mainly for eigners L Officer Shot and Killed St Louis Mo April 1 On the day which was already arranged to be last as a member of the iollce depart ment Patrolman Lemuel R Doc 32 years old was shot and tilled It Js1 believed that Boyce wai shot by n burglar who a few minutes before had robbed the salbon of William Roll a at No 3201 Chateau avenue 1 Dashed his Brains Out Kursk Russia April Druzsanln nitoff a former policeman who was sentence to a years Imprisnoment for torturing peasants In a pinitlve expej tilt Iou had his brains dashed out by peasant prisone4inJn1Ilcre Poducab r1prll 1fJohn L Mc Guire the oldest ongner on the Illinois central railroad s dead He ran the first train hut f on Paducah and Memphis antI during his serviV for tho road had three narrow escapes from death Heiress Meets bath Onconta N Y April lMrs E R Loveland a nloce ofthelato Collis P Huntington jknd a beneficiary under his will was instantly killed while op erating a now ia ltomobnciJWhlch had been delivered toher recently 11 1 low to Care For Pet Dogs Peti dogs require a certain amount of carebut the favorite house pet the sinaU dog needs a bath twice a week In warm water with a good dog soap says the Boston Traveler Cover the skin well with lather and then let the dog wash himself oft In a toot tub set inside the larger bathtub so that he can splash to his hearts content If dogs nre washed In this way regularly the constant scratching which makes them such a nuisance will be obviated Diet Is Important with a house dog and only cooked food should be allow ed Once a day is quite sufficient to feed a dog that is small A basin of fresh water should be kept where J can always find It and for this purpc come attractive bowls marked In bo letters Dog A good romp In the fresh air at least every eight hours Is positively essential to a dogs health Hovr to nee XeurnlRln Here is a simple method of curing facial neuralgia says the Kansas City Star If the neuralgia is In the rlgLt side of the face the left hand should bo placed in a basin of water us hot as can be bornt Or If the neuralgia Is In rJgbtlbandmay minutes The explanation Is that the two nerves which have the greatest number of tactile nerve endings are the fifth and the median nerve As the fibers of these two nerves cross any Impulse conveyed to the left band will affect the right side of the face or If applied to the right hand will affect the left side of the face This Is on account of the crossing of the cords How to Make Ten In the Beat Way The best way to make tea Is to take a clean earthenware pot make It thor oughly hot then place the tea In It a teaspoonful for each person The wa ter to be used should boil then be immediately poured on the ten If allowed to boll over the peculiar property of boiling water which acts upon tea evaporates and eventually disappears Time tea should be allowed to draw siX minutes and then be poured out as In this way you gain the full flavor quality and strength without extract ing the tannin which is so injurious to the digestive organs Easily Explained Ills Lordship Whatever could you have been thinking ot to steal the sheep The Prisoner I dunno my lord I must ha been wool gatherinTatlerC- onceit Captain Xlt Is a well known fact that married people eventually grow each other Lieutenant Y recently engaged Then niy fiancee Is all right as regards Meggendorfer Blatter Leze Majesty AnnYou dont tell me that that gem of a cook has left Mis Dust FoYes you see Mrs Dust refused- to change grocers when the cook and the delivery boy fell utPuck Away From Home Whos that man who tried to avoid you and pretended not to notice you Thats oneof the deacons of our church Does he owe you money No but I ran across him in Paris a couple of times Cleveland Leader THE DAILY Kentucky State Journal Incorporated Published at the Capital of The Stat Contains besdcathe Associated Press dispatches the pews of the State and world full of the Court of Ap peals the doings of the State admin tration aridall the local news fp SUBSCRIPTION v 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE W P WALTON Frankfort Ky 4Kentucky ooaoQaoa aaan n S DTI1o 0 Chaplin Water i Power Roller Mills 1 fMAKES THE a BEST FLOUR G S THE BEST MEALIC 0o a I 0- o In Springfield and many Q 2 other sectionsof Washington g county our brands are 5oldi 2 Buy them and get THEBEST I D B SUTHERLAND tII 2 CHAPLIN KY 0 otoQotmcoorooQ THE SUN AND Bothp pars yr Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CourierJournal 160 Weekly Louisville Herald v 125 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati EnguirerL75Weekly Atlanta SemiWeekly St LouisRepublic L75 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat Ii75 ThriceaWeek New York World D75 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomisti 150 Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman I 200 Farm and Fireside135Farm Field and Fireaide175Re- view of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 s 400 Ledger m 175 Harpers Magazine43SHa-rpers Weekly Sunny 150 CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louis i1lli Times one year v5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bundayf640 Same including Sunday 820 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal three days in theweek3NThe- Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 3s The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one 2 80jThe daibHerThe Sun and the Louisville Evehioe Post one year 4 00 iV L and N Railroad Time Table ltommg T Dailyrains Arrives at Springfield 825 p rn 1240pnt 705 p m atBaidstown 735 1100 a m 606 522Iu u I Suriy only Da TDailyOutgoing No 90 No44J Leaves Spiingfield525 a IIl 715 a m 100 p ml Leaves Bardstown 800 t L220 Leaves BardstOvnJunctn655 845 410 p m Arrives at Louisville 745 935 545 p m CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO iNCORrOKATBD V Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern H Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick j and satisfactory communication with tne Il people of this greatsecti n of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reaspn r able Equipments and facilities imsur iJJjttis passed J 1rlAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME fh P rl rresidentGenl Mannzer Secy Awt CcuU r Vc + j i p g THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1907 tr Chestnut DareASS A SIRE HE HAS NO EQUAL Chestnut Dare is a sorrel stallion 7 years olJ 16 hands one inch high a large handsome saddle and harness horse with size style bone finish substance and conformation This horse proved a successful show horse last summer winning 14 ties out of 15 shows His colts won first and second ties Over all competitors at our last fair defeating the unbeaten Castleman colt of the 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 any horsey wned or farmed in the county X20 to Insure a Living Colt still have myi Horse LEXINGTON PRINC stand 10 and my same TWO JACKS at 1 0 and 8 B B LEACHMAN Washington City vBacc in the remote s the ambition of the tourist and the scholar was to see Rome and at a later period Paris today Washington is rapidly becoming the center of attraction for the civil ized world which is destined to eclipse Rome Paris Venice Berlin and Lon don in its Stately buildings its majestic avenues its beautiful parks and wealth of monuments a majority of Americans Washington is known only as the seat of the Federal Gov erment with its hails of Congress the nations Capital Few of the millions in the United States ever think of the changes that are going on in the creation of the magnificent Washington of the many millions of dollars purrpose says the Architects and Build authQrizedtheings to cost in the aggregate over 18000000 which includes the Munici pal building nearly completed the Sen ate Office Building the new home for the Agricultural Department at a cost of about 4000000 Thq new National Museum which will involve an expenditure of 3500000 and several other minor structures whicli are included in the plan of beautifying the city which is already beautiful Besides these public improvements fare many other of semipublic or private character for instance there is the new Union- S tion soon to be completed with its L Happy Beau 1495 stalliowill Y stable on the McIntire and Frederick town pike three miles from Frederick froSpringfieldm r10 TO INSURE A LIVING COL servicfeefor when the mare is with Car taken to prevent accidents but not re sponsible should any occur Happy Beau fouled 1899 sired b Beau BrummelSOO of Kenmore Grand byHappvret Chief tHappy Beau is adark chestnut sorrel 15 hands inches weigH 1050 goes five flatfooted gaits and wore as many blue ties as any horse of his age Has tine mane and tail and fine style and action and has proven himself to be a fine breeder Perfectly gentle to handle in respectRecently one twoyearold colt of Happy Beau tor 325 Also at the same time and place the fine mule Jack DEWEY By Gladstone Dam by Gov Woods AT SEVEN DOLLARS Conditions the same as above DEWEY is a dark brown Jack 14- hands 3 inches with good points fine lengths and fine bone good head and ear and has proven himself to be a firstclass breeder l Anotheryoung Jack 2yearsold past 15 hands high will serve about twenty mares at8Mares or Jennetts pastured for two dollars per month S B NALLY H liii I IN Chestnut Dare was sired by Chester Dare 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2nd uyBrinkersThe Chester Dares are recognizad by all to be not only the highest priced but the greatest 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 mo ey for him as any stallion iin the count ever sold for and three ti mes as muc as has been paid for a saddle and barn ss stallion 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 I to at To grand sweep ofplaza which will cost at least 000000 and possibly more besides the llpOO000 expended by the railroads in gradi g and tunneling fo the approaches When adding th e amount expended by the Government and other building projects the total shows between forty and fifty milho dollars going into public improvements The dream of the LEnfant and Gen Geo Washington is in a fair way to be more than realized and the Capital of the United States will become the wonder and admiration of the world Ex A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its gener ally the result of protracted constipa tion liver Dr Kings New Life Pillsregulate the liver prevents appendicitis and establish regu Haydon Letter List 1IList of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for weekending April 3 1907 Mrs Mazy Galiger Master John Honley Miss Mattie Lonham Sam Kidwell Mrs hula Linton James Mace Mrs F H Moore Amanda Thompson Mrs Tillie Spalding Steve Sparrow and Mrs EC Walker When calling for the above please sjay advertised and give date W A WATERS Postmaster Out of Sight Out of sight out of mind is an o saying which ap lies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bpcklens Arnica Salve Its out of mind and o of existence Piles too and chilblai disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 25c While Hit Wifes in Jail Pe thick Lawrence husband of one of the suffragettes imprisoned London has promised to subscribe n aday to the womans suffrage fund f every day his wife remains In Jan Whether Mr Lawrence Is actuated by sympathy or gratitude deponent salth not Ir SuitsnKentucky State Journal In a Con verS lon with a learned and observant recoTneardy reea son for it that either litigation is at a standstill andin order to up a pearances socalled lawyers work up smYall o tingent fees At any rate they and their clients have all to gain and nothing to lose The clients are usuall Impecunious creatnr es who do dot even have to give seta ity for the cost and it they lose t courtofficers lose a id the defendants have to pay their own costs Jt is for the latter a case of h Idup for which there is no legal r medy The la should be as in the U ited States Court where security for thE costs has to be given on the filing o a suit Often libel arid other dairiag suits are brought more for revenge tian any hope of winning them Suc creatures know paylawyershow the suits go It is a growing nuisance for whuh nef less shysters are largely responsible and who in stirrin such litigations render themselves liable lto be disbarred for the practice for champerty Too Particular The Walter How do you wish your bacon cooke sir The Farmer Does It make any difference In tho price The WalterWhy no sir The Farmer Then by gosh Ill have It cooked with three algs Cleveland Leader l Jij The Farmers Wife Surely nothing ever written by thei tender bighearted Ella Wheeler Wil cox carried with it a sweeter sense of love than does this littlapoem Itj enumerates with such tenderness the many duties of the home and it soothes and cheers the wayworn far mers wife because it makes her feel that she has really done something How str ihgely warm the heart grows as the words of the little poem brings to mind the many duties performed by the pi tient loving mother and how it rests nd encourages us to find that some otu knows and can tell of the many du ies that seem so little and un importan yet mustbe done and how last line revives the hope of Eternal Life Up with the birds in the early morn ing IThe d wdrop glows like a precious gelBeautifu tints in the skies are dawn in Buts es never a moment to look at them The me are wanting their breakfast veShewa t For looksthAre wl at men give when their meals ar late Oh glorious colors the cloudsare turn ingIf would but look over hills an trejs rBut her are the dishes and here is the churning yieldlto filled with the wine of nbeautyIf she couldpause and drink it in But pleasure she says must wait for duty Neglected work is committed sin The day grows hot and her hands are weary Ohf for an hour to her head Out with the coil winds s o cheery But she must get dinner and make her bread workingIfN hand Would call her lazy and call it shirk ing Andshe never could make them understand They do not know that the heart with iherH- ungers for beauty and things sublime They only know that they want thou dinner Plenty of it and just on time the sweeping and churning Iand byh is aching The time for supper andchores draws nigh Her boys at school must look like others frocksIFor the world is quick to census e mothers For chidrensHer husband comes from the field of labor wearly She has done no more than has her neighbor Tis the lot of all in country life tusslens t rest The nations brain and heart and muscle Her callherAnd I think the sweetest joy of Heav inen bliss of eternal life willorUnto the wayworn farmers wife Ella Wheeler Wilcox MARKET REPORTS 3XCATTLEGALVES Extra t g 8 00 45SHEEP00FLOUR 79geV4RYEHAYCh timothy X19 50 23PAPPLES Choice 2 75t 3 00 POTATOESPer bu 55 Q TOBACCOBurley 4 75 15 50 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 238 7PA hOATSNo2 uheNEWTOBK FLOUR Win patent 3 335 Y11EATNo 2 red 5 824 53wPORK Prime mess 17 75 is 50 LARDSteam 3 9 50 IJAITtlMORE 7711CORNNoOATSNo2 mixed 3 38 U LOUISVILLE WHEAT No red 0 76 9QOATSNoHOGS Extra 580 630 LARD Steam 9 50 Turtine Steamers Tihe first turbine steamship built In America milder a speed of over 2 miles an hour on her trial trip It a time between cycles Archl merles Invented the turbine engine 2lpO years ago and It is just now be lug Improved uy modern physicists =Subscribe f rfhe Sun LOO year l t Springfield Market BanosHatns15c Sides cjcRwax 35o per pound Butter1OO to 20c per poundihickensHens 7c Dried nppjes 5c per sprinltIjaIDucks 7c per pound Corn Meal 750 to per EgJS1 c i er dozen Feathers 44upor pound FlourS2aOtoS2GO OlnsoiiB j5n per pound Oraln Wheat 6 cnrnSlKy Oats WeI Hidos3rcou VHc to lOc d1241etpound Lime to oo poi harr1r Mill products +Bran shipstnff 100 per pounds XonionsSalt S145 and 185 per barrel itTallow4cinegaroc to 4oo per gallon Wool Burrv an greasy UHc clear of grease 20c tub wasted 28c fCountry Sorghum to Geeso35c a pcico SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this hood ell persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge otherfarmLaud for sale or for rent not included but in sorted in another department of the paper at ry low rates J G Adams Springfield Ky B t 5 has for sale millett seed Mrs B B Leachman has for sale white Plymouth Rock eggs at 50 ceiits per setting of 15 T Goode Rt4 has for sale 00 dor 400 locust posts Rt3has100 for 15 SpringfieldF R B Leghorn eggs 100 for 15 eggs saleBuffeggs 15 forl i50barrels liasfor116headH D Stile Springfield has fW sale some loose hay also some bajled hay A L Litsey Springfield has for sale five or six good milk cows Some of them are fresh Rev G W Lyon Springfield has or sale a good Jersey cow C M Williams Willisburg Rt 1 jias for sale fine seed corn rMrs Minnie D Qeed IiF D 3has for sale pure bred S C B Legho r eggs 75c for 17 Mrs Parmer Goatley Rt 1 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 50c per setting of 17 Richard Riley Springfield wants a tqisseason saleBuffLeghorn and Pit Game eggs also Pekin MammotBronze h Mrs P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Cornishindie Game hens tYoJtoyearsold J Emmett Settles Booker has for sale twenty head of sheep A C Kimball Springfield has f sale White Wyandotte White Plymo Rocks and single COmb Brown Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 Richard egeley Texas has for sale 200 rirstclass locust posts R B Cregor Lebanon Rf3 has toefirsbeReed Spalding Route 3 has for oatSStockedyearrSprinifieldturkeys My pen is headed bv one Wrights prize winners at the Lod isvJlle poultry show won first prize Mrs L E Ross Rt 1 has for sa l White Pekin duck eggs 50c for twelve P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has tor sale Duroc Jersey gilts and males Call and see them H R Thompson Springfield has for sale a good fiveyearold work mule J G Adams Lebanon Rt 3 has1 for sale a lot of hay KyRteggs 50c for setting of 15 eggs Tele phoneiJ E Derringer Rt l has for sale a lot of locust and cedar posts TGood ones SYCAMORE VALLEY wThe farmers are progressing nicer with their spring work Rain is needed very bad as many of the tobacco beds have failed to come upon account o the dry weather Ji D Sutherland bought of LeeSeti ties a mare for 55 isiJjtedMr Cjal Shewmaker of Litsey was in pur niidst Sunday Little Dovie and Curtis Scruggs of Willisburg are visiting their aunt Mrs B H Mcllvoy of Sweet Retreat vissat Albert Hines wife and little son Reed spent Saturday night and Sun day with the family of Ed Settles near Mackville tMiss Zelma Mcllvoy of SweetReR- N t r t s r + + + iRed Bird i Sired by Cabells Joe Brown 1955 he by tiabells Lexington 1 t dam Lizzie Griffin Qy Bailey Dexter he by cabells Lexington thanCW L1 there is in the State Red Bird will make the season of 1907 at the Fair Ground Stables at W 20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Horse breeders will remember when Red Bird was farmed and made a season in this county for Mr B B Lt chman that he the best lot of colts even gotten before or since in this siredtnow ask the owner of good mares in this and adjoining W patronize him so that I can afford to keep this good blood of Ca = islefttIn t e country wIt was here recently that a certain party was offered i3rta more for his hose than had ever been offered f jr a horse or paid W for one brought to the county Jt is not always what we are of Wfered or pay or a horse that fixes his value but rather what he titcan doCrSun Shine trta Sun Shine is ja chestnut stallion by the great Red Leaf foaled W W ownedinSpringfieldthe owner at the Fair Ground stables at +15 TO INSURE A LINING COLT +r DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Sun Shine is a beautiful hor W 1Winge tt harness His breeding is superb by the great Red Leaf tieW champion show horse of Kentucky and the leading sire of high Glorioustitrta seconddamw Yantes by King Almonti by Mambrino King and out of Almont 4th dam Rolin mare 221 1 AttbesnSlli1aGack 4t1AT 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Bill Goebel is 15 hands and isa sure oal getter He is by Big Mack he by GoV 41WOod dam of Bill Goebelby Reverly and out of a Black Hawk countryLiendue when colt is foaled or mare is parted with or bred elsewhere money eu GIs D BAKERSPRINGFIELD t KY Jur ++ + Lakes Overflowers 6 No 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike nclose to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco new stock barn Price 40 per acre No b763 acres 3 miles North of Mack vilie on Willisburg pike6 room dwelling B 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 an ea milk house fineIorchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling l4 offruitplenty of tobacco land Price 15000 A i No 611251 acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres of virgin soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncribs and buggy house old stock barn good fenceacres of tobacco land No 62160 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grassy well watered Close to and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acrex pikethI tobaccofarmsNo 64 121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike5 room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn old stock barn r 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acres PlentyofNo 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under tallts75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per i acres No 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield J mile from pike 4 timofS20 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 stockroO 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre e1ifencedPrice 60 per acre plentyoftimberNo 70144 acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber Price 60 per acre B D LAKE Real Estate AnttSpringfield Ky 1i treat Visited Miss Sarah Shields last week 0 Mr and Mrs ms Harmon spent Easter with his parents at Mackville Mr and Mrs M Ce Keeling are vis iting her parents at Fairview Mr and Mrs Alonzo Noel of Walnut Hill are visiting Mr William Hardin near Thompsonville Mr and Mrs B P Prather were in Springfield Saturday on business His Dear Old Mother IMy dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Elec ric Bitters writes WB Brunson of Dublin Ga She has taken them fo about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well the way Electric Bitters effect the aged the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny chil bythemHaydonRobertson t r Billy Boy Dark bay 16J hands high 7years andharness aStoneseason at the old place on the Willisburg mtlesfrom 600To Insure a Living Colt willr6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT oftheMoney due when mare is part withtor bred elsewhere A lien retained on all colts until season is paid Richard Riley r