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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k Jj 4tf1KJDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY VOLUME III j r SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL JO 1907 jI NUMIEI19 A BIG 4 EVENT IN MAY Phe Blue Grass Graded f fSchool Tournament r To Be Held Here WILL BE LARGELY ATTENDED As is generally kno h the Bluegrass Graded School TournrTtnent is to beheld in Springfield May 2931 We locally believe jit is going to be the most successful one yet held Eight of Kentuckys leading graded schools will be represented and the number of representatives from these schools will be the largest yet sent to a Tourna ment Each delegation will also likely Tbe attended bYa crowd of rooters and these with the visitors attracted by such an occasion will tax Spring ToIe upon our hosp prearationstertain the contestants some threelhundred of them and are to medals for the contests But knowing our people as we do we have no fears that they will fail In either of these respects In the first place the Tournament is a good business proposition for any town It usually means a thousand visitors for three days holidays and holidays are speiid days Thoseparents whose sons and daughters represented our school at last years Tournament rwill remember that young folks need noeneouragemept to prodigality Itdevelops and encourages school r sentiment of the right sort These rep resentatives meet in generous rivalry and to win against the best in other schools they are inspired to do their best Every school in the Tournament com iY to renewed zest and more enthusiastic interest in school work as the result of these annual contests No community in the State can boast of better support from it patrons in every thing connected with the school than Springfield We have but one senti ment here for our schoolto make it the best We are all justly proud of its record This same sentiment will make usall enthusiastic for the coming contests Nor is such an occasIon lacking in inspiration for Us whose school days are now but fragrant memories The future of Kentucky the very hope and expectancy of the State are surely jn this crowd of boys and girls The win nera in these contests are preparing themselyes for victories in the sterner battles of life They will soon preside in Kentucky homes and in Kentucky councils There is no soverignty so august as that buttoned up in a boys coat Lets welcome them for what they are and for what we hope they will be Lets hang our latchstnngs on the outside and welcome them to our town We want the Tournament to be a suc cess in the interest of Springfield in the interest of our school in the inter est of our boys and girls We can each take care of five or six boys or girls if not that many than fewer Harrodsburg entertained us last year some other town Will entertain us nex Pyear This is our time We shall no- ton be lacking When these young folks return to their homes we want them to carry with them only pleasant mem cries and good words of praise for us Store Burned The store of Mr Oscar Bottom at canary was destroyed by fire Saturday nightabout 10 oclock The origin o the fire is unknown When discovered the flames were under such headway that it was impossible to save any of the Contents arid while there was 1000 insurance on building and goods the loss falls heavily upon Mr Bottom Measles In County Measles is reported in many section- of the county and the disease has almost become epidemic in some com J mumties At this time there are no leases in Springfield J tt1Jr Iff Morphine Poisoning Yes t MerIrittof the Pleasant Run neighborhood discovered that she had given her two children five and two years of age re spectiyelya dose of morphine instead ofcalomel She hastily summoned Dr Hopper who upon his arrival found both children considerably under the influence of the powerful and deadly drug Hie at once gave them antidotes and they soon revived and this morn ing are out of danger The oldest child wakgiven one half grain of morphine while the younger was given aIthird of a grain A Warehouse For Glasgow Glasgow Kjj April 4The latest boost in the substantial boom which Glasgow is en jcyihg is the announce ment thata sal s warehouse is to be erected here About five million pounds of tobacco are sold here anuually and the need for a warehouse is apparent When the warehouse becomes a reality Glasgow will be the largest tobacco market between Clarksville and Louis vine It is believed that the warehouse will encourage many farmers to join the American Society of Equity otherwise known jn this section as the tobacco pool The erection of an immense storage warehouse here would natural y follow MRS NEIKIRK Mother of Hon W F Niekirk of this Place Passes to i Her Reward Mrs Laura E Neikirk died at the home of Heir daughter Mrs E YJBenr ickat Penick Station in Marion coun ty April 3 1907 of a complication of diseases She was born at Hardins burg Ky July 12 1825 Mrs Neikirk was the dJU Wm and Celia Davison htetlof among the States earliest and she was the granddaughter dian Bill1 Hardin one of the Souths most famous Indian fighters and pio neers He built the famous Hardin Fort in Breckenridge county and set tled Hardinsburg after whom the town was named The deceased was married in 1847 to Rev Wm Neikirk a prominent Minis ter of the Methodist church a man who was well knownr and much loved by the people of this section of Ken tucky Rev Neikirk died about twelve years ago f Mrs Neikirk leaves two children Hon W F Neikirk ot this place and Mrs E Y Penick of Penick StationI to whom friends extend condolence The deceased was a lovable Christian character Her life was crowded withI kind deeds for since early girlhood she had Ibeen a servant of the Master and went about doing good FuneralserviceS where conducted at Mayes Chapel by Rev C P Prather The pallbearers were her six grand sonsthose whom she so devoutly loved while upon earth Bowling The Glen team of this place de Lebanontthe Recreation alleys at the latter place last eyening It was to be anon test of two out of three games but the home boys won two in succession easily and the third game was not played The score is as followsS- PRINGFIELD GLEN LILY First Game average u867 Second G meII 922 LEBANONTAILORMADES 834fA pickepup team from this place went to Lebanon last Thursday evening to play the Lebanon team and our boys were defejned three successive games l Lebanon is expected here tonarrow evening Flowerss Beautiful flowe I will be in Springfield as usual this spring with a nice lot of flowers and plants Date later GEOr R MATTINGLY 1 I IJ HAND OF GRIM r REAPER Seals Down the Eyelids of the Aged and the Young REPORTED BY MR COCANOUGHER Mr Nort ebbof near Pleasant Hillchurch in east Marion died of lung trouble list week after an illness of four mont s in full triumph of a living faith at the home of Mr Todd foHowingdayman had been living on the charities of the county and people and had been shifting from place to place for years It is natural and often easy for us to make self denials and sacrafices where we expect to receive a reward but out of pure loye and sympathy for our fel lowman to watch beside the sick bed of an old blind man day and night for months as Mr Key and wife did and see life slowly ebbing away without any prospect of remuneration is an act that far outshines many of the socall ed heroic deeds ot the rich and great and is written by the recording angel on the fairest page ot the Heavenly records as great and noble acts i Miss Maggie the sixteenyearold daughter of Mr Sam Shanks died of lung trouble near the same place and was buried in the same cemetery A feeling of sadness steals over us when we think that one so young must die oP1mstunitiessurroundings jwere such that she wjas shut out frojn the great throbbing moving word and confined to the bounds of her own little sphere but it is comforting to knothe Savior of men does not confine hi blessing to the high and great but delights to come to the humble and lowly jas well From the testimony this obscure girl left behind her pure spirit went out into a great beyond trusting in Him whose mission was to save Adams lost race Mr Tom Hair of the same neighborhood died on the 6th of heart dropsy after a long illness and was buried in the same little burying ground the following day The deceased was an ipdustrious man served in the war of the rebellion had a hard struggle in life and said he was prepared for the great change Owing to the inclement weather our congregatiopat Beech Grove on last was small but Bro HatcHett gave us a good sermon on Heaven He told us it was a place of joy and peace ruled by a loving father and no sickness decay or death would ever invade that peaceful land and we would know each other there and be united with our loved ones whom we so long ago laid away in thesilent grave He told us this pure place was unlike all other places in that it would have no end A man over In Marion bought a bunch of stock hogs kept them three weeks sold them for 8 cents and at profit of fiftyone dollars TMrs Katie Coyle has just returned from the greatest millinery establishment in the city and her complete line of spring goods which she yjl sep at reasonable prices will be opened about the middle of this month Mr Mayes Accepts Mr J R Mayes who was ele ted Road Supervisor last week by the fiscal court came in from Frankfortrst night He announces cept the position and will move his family here as soon as arrangements can be made Mr Mayes was not an applicant for the place and when he was notified by telephone that he had been elected he did not give a definate answer as tojiis intentions His friend- are glad that he and his family are going to be residents of Washington county again Death at Jensontdn i ensontonjI Grove Baptist church and was an ar dent Christian She leaves a husband and five daughters to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and mother and to thes sorrowing ones many friends ex tend condolence Mrs Sparrow was about fifty years old and was one of the most loved and honored women of that section of the county Her hus band is one of the best known citizens in Washington county and his biarty friends will hear of his loss with much sorrow Rey Purdom delivered the funeral discourse rlJBACCqSto- ckholdeCs Are Urged to Pay on Warehouse Stockil A S of EsI The Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Company is npw construct ing its warehouses and iUs very important that sufficient warehouses be built at once in order to be prepared to receive the crop of 1906 as soon as possible To pu hthe work to rapid completion it is necessary that the subscription for stock be paid at once All stockholders are earnestly urged to pay the amount or such part thereof as they can conveniently lat once Send check to the Treasurer Mr Chas M McChord and stock certifi cate will be issued For whatever amount you cannot pay sign and re turn me the enclosed note which the company can hypothecate and get the money on If for any reason a stockholder cannot meet the note at matur ity the company will arrange to carry the note for you until your 1906 crop is sold Please attend to this matter promptly as it is very important f County Organizer Wm Nally organ ized an A S of E local of twelve members at Cardwell Saturday nighti Much interest was manifesto in the meeting and it is probable that this local will grow until it ranks with the largest in the county Mr Nally will organize a local at Willisburg the Fourth Saturday in this month The County Union will meet in Springfield next Saturday afternoon att1 oclock Persons having in their possession pooling contracts are requested to present them at the office of the Washing top County Tobacco Warehouse Com pany not later than the 22ndof this month county court dayI The Washington County Burley Warehouse Company up to the present tim ofelco Work upon the warehouse irbeing pushed as rapidly as the permit i Wild tobacco has been discovered in Colorado In every tobacco section in the State the boys are pushing the pool Letter ListIList of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending April l6 1907 1IAlbert Choat Austin Clar Mrs E H Cocandugher Mrs Rutha Hen drieks Joe Goal ley Mrs JOh Good man Mrs Wlezite M Goine Miss Ora McRegnolds Peter Robnand Miss Fannie Warren When calling for the above please say advertised and give dateI stersSun and fleralo 2 ij l HIGH SCHOOL NOTES J Miss MaryLamptonLy man Barber and Leo Simms WILL GRADUATE THIS SESSION The warm Spring weather that We so joyfully heralded a few weeks ago has lef and with it a number of vio lent cases of Spring fever which seem at least temporarily recovered Sev eral were absolutely unable to stand the strain and stopped school and so several desks that erstwhile suffered initialcutting knives have already entered on their vocation period A large number of the school crowd attended the skating rink Tuesday night muchrto the peril of Wednesdays lessons f Some change in our faculty will occur at the beginning of next term Prof Hume and Thompson the teachers of the seventh and eighth grades respec tively will both be missing and thei places will have to betaken either by new teachers or some who now have other grades Prof Hume will be principal at Mackville while Prof Thompson will attend Benter College at Indianapolis Some arrangements are already be lag made for the annual commencement to be held about May 10 The school will have three graduates man Barber Leo SImms and M Lampton Few things have been definitely decided upon for it but inal1 brobabihty an interesting program will be given Miss Sue Rays guitar and mandolin class which has donee so much to en liyen the school during the past year HouswillApril 26 The class number over and is the largest club of its thirtyI the State The recital will choicest parts of the years work and will be well worth hearing for those who appreciate good music The club will be assisted by Mr Nick Ray who has a splendid basso voice and by Mrs Louis Hughes and Miss Lucy Duncan pianist of Bloomfield A feature of program will be a contest between boys of the school in singing The winner will represent the school in the Tournament Oh rather cool Was April fool v Last Monday aftei noon T When at the gate Two girls did wait And thought hed come by soon For John Claybrooke His work forsook L Fqr it was April fooleAnd Isa fair And Willie there Awaited by theschool A little ride They thought they spied For hed promised to takeem along But John neer came This very same Is the burden of my song After three weeks of spelling contes- the eighth grade won the championship of the school Friday when they d feat Prof ColyinS room in two straight matches After the spelling match those who stood up toward the last on both sides were lined up andI spelled down three times The ones who stood up last each time were declared the winner These three wer Misses Hattie Kice Bessie Condor an Virginia Royalty all of the eighth grade I suffered for five years with kidney and liver trouble which caused severe pains across the back and blindln headache 1 had dyspepsia and was s constipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathartic I was- cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been welt now for six months says Mrs Arthur S Strickland of Chattanooga Tnn For sale by Red Cross Drug Store Springfield w ttt Ify f Death of Mr Lambert Mr Wm Lambert of Mackville died in Louisville yesterday afternoon 130 oclock as a result of an operation two weeksago for gall stones The deceased had beena resident of Mack me for many years and hwas well and favorbly known in that section of the county The remains were brought here last night and taken to his home at Macksvile Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church at that place this afternoon by Rev Walker and interment foccurredMr Lambert united with the Meth odist church in Louisville a few days ago He was a good honest and hon orable man and his death is regretted by all who knew him The deceased leaves a wife and five children to whom the people extend sympathy it1 j Kentucky Hotels to Organize Woodson Moss of The Walton Springfield Ky recentlyvisitedLouis ville and arranged for th holding of a mass meeting of the hotel n en at The Seelbach in that city on April 18 Mr Moss says I have just received a letter from Otto Seelbach in which he says Ithas long been my desire to see the hotel men of the state organized as in other orgamzar tion will be mutually advantageous to every one becoming member of it7 Mrs Seelbach on behalf of The Seelbach had tendered without expense then use of their banquet hall as a place for the hotel men to meet Mr Seelbach says The Seelbach wishes to tender the members complimentary banquet while in the city Hotel men of other states have their organization why cant we organize The a4eJfors doctors met factmyorga izationsAUorganized but the hotel men of Kentucky The Abject and purpose of the meek ing is to perfect an organization among the hotel men of Kentucky Sulecta relating to hotel life will J e taken up and discussed such as uniform hptel rates labor question water and light followingeg gentlemen will deliver addresses F Melville Lewis editor Hotel Life Clev eland 0 Edward Watson president Indiana Hotel Association Vincennes Ind Would like to hear from you as to what you think of the proposed or ganization and as to whether or not you can attends so I can notify Mr Seelbach so that he may know how many will be present for the banquet HI now urge the importance of your presence upon this occasion and I fee that we will have your approval and co operation and I trust that y twinlend your assistance t ward securing a permanent organization in this staten HotelLife Preaches a Cold Hell IThis weather is not bad at all its of being called winter weathersaid the Rev C J Crowell who has just returned to Minneapolis from Alaska where he has been a missionary for five years Weather like this in Alaska In February would be the occasion ofa celebration said he This IsnQt cold We get it for months with the ther mometer registering 20 degrees colder than this We haye so much cold that onlymetht rtethertpreached to the Alaskan Indians is not hot as commonly taught here but intensely cold This reversal was started years ago by a wondering missionary who spent almost a lifetime among the na tives In telling of itt to missionaries lstIthe wicked the natTves took great in terest in it Those who had visited cabins of white men in the settlements told of the comforts of fire and its uses and as result all of the natives an theyogo them something they did not want I preacheu of a hereafter for the wicked that was twice as cold as the coldest winter in the history of man and the change teemed to do muchigosd and be beieffglfljb resulting in irfan maser sionsrR t 1 4 I s 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1907 e + HtHit r 1 I Fancey Boyj Will make the season or 1907 at my stable one fourth mile west of Cardwell t I At 8OO t TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK 4Fancey DESCRIPTION ANli PEDIGREE tBoy is a beautiful Chestnut Sorrel with blaze face one stocking eightyearsold this spring 16J hands high and andt+ weigh 1100 pounds He is best disposition horse I ever Fancey Boy was sired by Nick Wathens Fancey Boy his dam was by Pete Gdlddust by Zilcadai Goldust Second Dam by W Councellor Wathens Fancy Boy by Gains Denmark first dam i by Seal the second Gains Denmark bv Sumpter Den VAIIMr rEORrEJ3y Nelse RoyaltysOld arketctI by Royalty of Joe I public that this is the best young Draft Horse in the county + 800 TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK + t muleJacksServices of bot horses and Jacks duewhen colt is foaled mare i1fparted with or bred elsewhere Lien retained on all colts until season money ispaid Care taken to prevent accidents and es- capesW but not responsible should any occur + For further information call on or address + W L GRAHAM Cardwell Ky to4ftIftHfttGOOD OLD DAYSi OF THE LONG AGO Entertainingly Depicted oBy Uncle Jack of c Wini burg f Willisburg KyEditor Sun Uncle t Jack is going to try to write a few lines for your papers He does not think he can write up to date letters because he lives on a back street and does not see much of the show and glitter of the present time and he is glad he doesnt for it would vex his righteous soul He came r to this world in ante bellum days and was reared to manhood under the old regimeHe loves to ruminate upon the past and live over those halcyon days of the long agoWhen the country was covered fox miles and miles with the forest primeval arid people lived in the log cabin in the woods the hogs got fat on the nuts of the forest and the old brindle cow with the bell on brow sed in the nearby woodland and came up at night to get her accustomed bucket of slop and be milked Ah those were good old days Peo pIe walked for miles to visit eac other There were no pike roads nor rubber re buggiearthen but people went to church od horseback or walk ed as the occasion demanded and all was love and good feeling We did not criticize each others dress for we wore our homespun and homemade clothes and grandfather made our shoes of hometanned er leathII Old auntie the colored 11hayehands of flax to get it ready to spin In those days the people milled their hemp on large stones and I have one at home now on which my people milled their hemp sixty years ago In those happy old times we went t to sehpql in the old log school house and learned to spell and read in the old bluebacked speller and learned to write with the goosequill pen Almost every family kept a little bunch of goose quills from which pens could be manufactured when needed We had no steel pens lead pencils or matches Old auntie usually kept fire by covering up a burning chunk with ashes in the wide old fire place but if she neglected to do this we had to go to the nearest neighbor to bor- rowI fire We had no cook stoves then My mother never owned one It seems to me now that everything waS more palatable when cooked on the old fire place than it is at present I well remember how luscious the bis cuits were when taken hot from the PpetiteBut I guess the old water mill grinding and bolting left all of the germs and sweetness and it was really better UNCLE JACK Grip Quickly Knocked out Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and myr self contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind miserablsymptoms e f Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stop eyes and nose running with alternate spells of chills and fever We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with a dose of Chamberlains Stomach aii Liver Tablets and by its liberal use gcipSold e Blue Grass s r J Governor of Hawaii The territory of Hawaii which ha been much under discussion with Ili Japanese school and labor problems on the Pacific coast lifts for its adminis trator George R Carter who was ap- poInted governor by President Roose velt in 1903 He Ins born in Hono lulu forty years ago and educated liberally graduating from Phillips academy at Andover and troD Yale uni versity He was famous as aii athlete GEORGE K CARTER while at New Haven and played on the football team and rowed in the crow He married Miss Helen Strong of Roth ester in 1892 and for a time was eU gaged in business in Seattle but rp turned to Hawaii and became manager of the Hawaiian Trust company Ije ofhthe senate HawaIIanI NEW TRIBUNE BUilDIN- Structure Which Hat Grown From Ten Stories to Twenty bIfor almost twothirds of a century nt SpruceIjof Benjamin Franklin 1he first Trllt une JjuildiuK on this site was destroyed by fire in 1845 The second was raolished In 1873 In Border to make way for the first of the tall office buildlnp erected In the metropolis The thin THE ENLARGED TRIBUNE BUILDING NEW t YORK bas undergone transformation from a building of ten stories to one of twen ty It Is surmounted by the same tow er that stood on the old building and In general the appearance of the lilt ter has been preserved The height of 1the weather vane of the enlarged structure above the sidewalk is 335 feet A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its goner constipadNew Life PiUs the liver pre vents ijpendicitisand establish regu HaytJrt i Mysteries of Tree Growth One of the most wonderful among the many incomprehensible mysteries of earth is tree groth Everything connected with life and growth ant mal and vegetable is a mystery for that matter for all human knowledge fails to penetrate the hidden opera tions of nature or to tell the way and the how of life says Montgomery Ala Advertiser We see the two plants growing side by side fed from the same sources below and above the so far as we can determine yet one produces a beautiful rose and the oth er an ill ameling and ugly opposite One tree produces a delicious peach and another a sour crab yet so far we s can see the same elements sustain both We sf e and realize the difference but fail to understand it But there are some things about tree growth aside from leaves flowers or fruit that are as deep a mystery as is anything connected with animal lifeIAn acron for example is the earth and in due time it sends Gown roots and sends up a tiny sprout Not interfered with it continues to grow and in the course of many uyears be comes a tree During this time the roots have been attracting moisture and food from the earth and the trunk and limbs have been obtaining someth ing from the air Each year a new layer of wood is added and so it continues till a great giant of the forest is the result hass somee source but how it is done is the mys tery It may be one of many great trees growing almost against each other and each has managed to ab sorb many cords of wood from hidden recesses of nature which man cannot fathom We can search the earth and the air with all our powers and with all the instruments and appliances at our command but we will tail to de tect the tree germ Nor is this all or the greatest mystery Two trees grow up side by sid fed rom the same source yet th wood of one is the soft yellow popla- and the other hard white kickory one may be beautiful birds eye or curled maple and the other pitch pine or oak There is another mystery that man cannot penetrate Somewhere or somehow the alchemy or chemistry or 4 machinery of nature carries on its less and ceaseless work and the is before us That is all man tireI and probly all he will ever know 1andCaught Cold While Hunting a Burglar 4 Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan provincial Constable at Chapleau Ontario says I caucrht a severe cold while jhunting a burglar in the frest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy I tried it and after using two 1This11itehas become known For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Gra- sStatisticsTobacco 4 Farmers Home Journal The total sales of leaf tobacco on the L uisville market January 1 to March 31 1907 4hogsheadsperiod last year The rejection during these three months were 6324 hogs heads against 6939 hogsheads Rejected during first three months of last year Of the total sales this year 35920 hogsheads were Burley and 14709 hogs heads Dark tobacco typ to Match 31 1907 we had sold of the 1906 crop 51 425 hogsheads against 60816 ho sheads of the 1905 crop sold up to close of March last year Total stocks helc in the Louisville market on March 31 1907 were 24445 hogsheads against 16558 hogsheads held on corresponding date last year Stocks increased during March 1202 hogsheads Distorted Compliment Very gratifying said the youflg and conceited novelist A gentleman myerailwayeas a r rcovered he had gone 20 miles beyond his destination Dear me com mented the young authors friend sleeping on trains is a bad habit Stray Stories t Shoes6 O O PAIRS To Be Sold at 25 Cention the DollarISALE IS NOW ON AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL ARE SOLD JL Can give you some remarkable Bargains Come early and getIChoice Geo B Taylor JOpportunity Sweethearts I I youveII1nged for so long to say At the same time present the beautiful yiung lady with a lovely didmtind Youre sure to be happy if t e ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it try it IJAS J GRAVES I tit + + tt 18 ail t r- THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time positionsCLARKSland most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students anyday 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 43i3r 11 f Ba D LAKES BARGAINS IN REALt ESTATEt No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 15 per acre J No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of tNo All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 pet acre 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwateredonehalf mile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 i No 96S acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good orchardgoodlarJtc i 3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield ore goodsix room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from one mile from school andchurch goodstock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine youngorchard all kinds of and ice 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 in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price S1000 No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one halt mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 peracre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stOCK ham 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dweUingoCgood cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn ti 50x60 ft under pining layeain cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 2770 acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwellinglPtbarn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 301151 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 PIke good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles 10 room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barb 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 gramery2 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 nd 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 PlentyHofNo 36House and lot seven room Lotb70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water 111 over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 39102 acres good four room wellin tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7i miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre Nd 4697 acres from Springfield on pike 25 acresof 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 temacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of- tobaccoland 18 acres of clover price 2000 Springfieldplenty tobacco land stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 5082 acres five mils from Springfield on good pike 8froom dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School J miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 52135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from pike Onethird of purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 24 per acre No 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobaccouated iq one of the best neighborhoods in county One of thelIest farms fh county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre B D Lake Springfield Iw 7 f itr 1 fUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY ARPIL 10 1907 3 + + +++ + + + Red Bird 1 Z Sired by Cabells Joe Brown 1955 he by Cabells Lexington Lexington2nd 11 tanti 20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT + Horse breeders will remember when Red Bird was farmed and made a season in this county for B Leachman that he sired the best lot of colts even gotten before or since in this county I now ask the owner of iiipatronize riv+ It was stated here recently that a certain party was offered paidfor LJ Wfered or pay for a horse that fixes his value but rather what he can fi fli SunShine f+aT Sun Shine is a chestnut stallion by the great Red Leaf foals r1v 1901 bred by R E Goddard of Harrodsburg Ky now owned i Wtoe+ X15 TO INSURE A LINING COLT 4a DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Sun Shine is a beautiful hors woreZaT superb by great Red Leaf the v champion show horse of Kentucky and the leading sire of high GloriousSunrise41 MadamWoodL dam is Balrosa Chief he by Mambnno thief third dam Maggie Yantes by King Almont by Mambrino King and out of Almont I 4th dam Roling mare 221 place I will stand my fine Jack Atthesii GoebelA- T4 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Bill Goebel is 15 hands GovEJennett This Jack is the best Mule Jack in the country andmoneydue TUI LD BAKERSPRINGFIELD KY 1Im ++ t+ + t Lakes Overflowers No 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield mile from pike close to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre No 57168acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 591S acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 re tobacco barn good stable an milk house fine churchPriceNo 603S acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land 15000 No 6112 J acres 8 mites from Springfield 20 acres ofvirgin soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncribs and buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land No 6215P acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 6318pacres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco land plentyf water One of the finest tobacco t farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre LNo 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike t 5 room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn old stock barn 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acres PlentytNo 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fence tj room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with metal roof good granary 10 aeries of bottom land Plenty of locusts 75 acres of fine tobacco lajid Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acres No 6615 acres 8 miles from Springfield J mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tm r ber 50 acresf of tobacco land Good fence Allin grass Price 20 per acre No 672QO acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike room dwelling in good repair 10 acre barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre No 681BP acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land ber fine tobacco land Prt 60 per acre No 6915b acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and tobacco laid Price 50 per acre No 70144 J acres Ebodldwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 seres of fine bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber Price 60 per acre ev D LAKERiai Estate Agent Ky F Billy BiI Dark bay 16J hands high 7ears old good style and good saddle andj harness norse Boy is by he by Davy Crockett He js out of a Stone Clover mars Will make the season at the old pla eon the Willi burg jmtlesfrom GOOTo Insure a Living Colt At the same timq and place will also stand my fine jack at 6 TO INSURE A LIVING CpLT He is 15 hands highand is one of countyHoney with or bred elsewhere A lien retained on all colts until season is paidi Richard Rify a To a FricnrJ am sift the window Gazing put intothenight fallingClothe driftingLike go whisperWakes 1 eveningLong l Hand in nand we stood together X As we pried the bitter tear Where art you tonight old comrad throngAreWe haye planned and feared so long Ah the future that we dreamed of It was right as sunset skies And tlc path was strewn with roses prizeNowapartYetYour image dwelleth in my heart IsiefM Peterson Ameer M OTTO the KELSEY A Printer and He Ought to Be a GoodMan But the Gov ernor of N Y Is of himi fi = f Otto Kelsey who was recently re quested to resign as superintendent of insurance of New York state by Gov ing 1JInterest The country looks to New York state for model laws on the sttbiectof- insurance stud effective enforcement of such laws as a result of the Inquiry Into Insurance abuses made by the Armstrong committee and the plan of reform drafted by the members of this ccthewas elected on the strength of the rec ord made by him in the investigation of lighting companies and insurance companies He called for Superln tendent Kelseys resignation on the ground that he had not been sufliclent ly prompt and aggressive in carrying out the reforms in his department which the public Mr Kelsey refused Intelestdemanded1 governor then with the view of showing whether he Lad rightly handled the aff Irs of his department Mr Kelsey was born in Rochester In its 1852 learned the printers trade and later studied law nnd was admitted to the bar He served nine years in the state assembly and three years aa of a OTTO KELSEY comptroller of the state whlch office he held when appointed superintendent of Insurance In May of 1900 by the late Governor HIggins During his service in the istateasr sembly Mr Kelsey was a member of1J the ways and means committee and ofHthe rules committee and before theg close of his service as a lawmaker came chairman of the Important com mittee on cities He ran for county Judge of Livingston county In 1002lJ but was defeated He has earned theRsobriquet of Honest Otto and whena he was appointed superintendent of Intsurance a man prominent In the light for Insurance reform said he was aItine fellow but of too unsuspicious a nature himself to go after Insurc ance fakirs strong enough tIle Vote Will Be Ordered Lebanon Enterprise One of the important matters the Fiscal court has had to deal with the past week has been that of a new courthouse The matter has beep discussed but just what action will be taken is as yet un known Nothing has bee1 decided upon up to the present time but it is b- eBiliousnessThat sallow- yellowlookthos head- achesthatdulled brain all these things spell bil lousnefes which is thedlrectresultof a liver which n falls to per- formitsfunct I ti ns in a- Diturahvay Before you coin destroy that bilious condition you mus get you- liver i r rm and nothing will accomplish thii quickly or so thoroughly as Dr CaldweUsLaxative Syrup PepsinT- his remedy is the most valuable on tainable for all liver and kindred trou es possessing properties which drive partsBetter naus is purgatives which aggravate condi ons and leave the sufferer in worse ondition than before ttFormer afflicted ones now well and rong pay eloquent tribute to its effica d power x DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN n be obtained in both dollar and half ollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if it dost at benefit you postaJ card reQuest will briDlE by retie ra hl our iuw booklet DR CALDWELL OoJC OF WONDERS and tree sample t oftc ho have never tried this vrondeifal tamed Write for It today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Mutlullt Illlntls STORoE lieved that an order will be entered today directing that a vote be taken at next regular election to take the sense of the voter on the question of issuing bonds sufficient to for a new building It hrinderstood that the amount deemed necessary will be some thing like 75000 This sum it is proposed is to be raised by voting 20year bonds the county to have the privilege paying these bonds at any time after t yeInasmuchposition to pay any considerable sum rhevedanew building is much the best so of the question the Resolutions atinfinitefrom among us our eloved friend and Sister W E Ray to herin in Heaven ar whereas though she was resigned t Gods will and was prepared for haven her presence will be missed by all herr loved ones especially by the Sisters of the Missionary Society nevertheless we bow inal humble submission to Gods will Therefore be it Resolved1st That in the death of Sister Ray the Church and Society have lost one of their most beloved = members the neighborhood kind and charitable friend and her home one of brightest jewels Resolved 2nd That we extend to the bereaved family our tenderest sympathy and pray the Lord that he will comfor them in this dark hour of sad ness ar d gloom and tnatthey may be Heav1nlYFather Reso ved 3rd That w i the members the Womans Missi nary Society Bethlehem Baptist Chu ch have lost one of our most energeti and affection An ate members she has been our leader since its organization Sister Ray is the second one of our lit le band whom God has taken home wit i him to live and bask in the sunshinejof everlasting Ge Glory Not ours but his will be done Resolved 4th That a bopy of these resolutions be sent to the Western Recorder and Sun for publication also copy to the family arid one spread upon our Missionary Society Record MRS KIZZIE MURPHY MRS BELL S CHRISTIE I Committee Knocked Teddy Out q President Roosevelt was noted for expertness us a boxer when at arvard and the only man who ever much the best of him was n husky J fellow named Charles S Hanks The two did not meet for a good many utter their graduation fiat tme when he had become president oosevelt dune across his old colljesej on u train slopped him on shoulder and renewed friendshipS He asked Hanks what he the latter replied he was speui lug In his money and drinking highballs Tin hief magistrate intimated that If he CHARLES HANKSIhad so much leisure he ought to Five some ot It to the service orthe fov- eminent like Root Bacon a other wealthy college bred men Not long afterward Hunks came esl dent with a story that sotuethlnbwas t wrong with the statistical work coninalst ivuten a chance to examine the books So the president guys him the chance IUu- 1hud him put on the payroll whllq at the Job But the charges projved groundless and the incident was ed by a letter from the to Sir Hunks In which the former intimated somewhat bluntly that he thought he hats boon Imposed upon Enough Said Excuse mo impulsively exclalmcd the bold bad man but you certainly have a trim little waist Miss s Yes replied the young lady with peculiar emphasis theres no genius 1reschleYDclroltl Out of sight out of mindis an old saying which applies with special fore to a sore burr or wound tliuts bucn treated with Bucklens ArnicaS lve Its out of of mind and out of existence Pies too and chilb ai disappear under its healing influ Guaranteed by Hayden Druggists 25c 1 II ChestnutDare J AS A SIRE HE HAS NO EQUAL t I Chestnut Dare is a sorrel stallion 7 arsold 16 hands one inch high a handsome saddle and harness horse with size style bone finish substance conformation This horse proved successful show horse last summer nning 14 ties out of 15 shows His colts won first ahd second ties over all competitors at our last fair defeating the unbeaten Castleman colt of Blue Grass circuit Not one of his three seasons of colts have ever been defeated by a colt sired by a Washington cbunty horse Eight of his colts of last season sold weanlings from 100 to 150 the priced lot of colts ever sold at same age by any horse owned or farmed the county X24 to Insure a Living Colt my Horse LEXINGTON PRINCE to stand at 10 my same TWO JACKS at 8 BS LEACHMAN SHEARS SAWBUCK Buy Experience of Two Mail Order An Mouse CustomersWa tlSuchCity folks they wouldnt sell But ifCouldntCouldnt meet em face to face then sell em with good grace Country trade is what they sought Folks whod pav for what they bought Fore they saw it hide or tail They catalogues by mail Out to evry blessed one tin mail on Possum Run Wset up at night and read When wed outer been to bed Book was about as bi as sin Had a lot of pictures m And a lot of merchandise and Every kind and every of CIKnockedbit at itJim did top Jims my neighbor cross the wayTJBest man ever worked in hay Just let him top off a stackeSheds rain like a turtles back Pleasure just to see him workINever knew of Jim to shirk Swings a scythelike was the Love to the way he of fools enSentim got harness and a plow Ita rangeI see it now the thing it was so light Used it for a torch at night Throwd the darn thing in the yard se it now for rendering lard Fore Jim tied the plow an hour Found the blame wouldnt scour his harness broke a tug- ought for solace in his jug the cooler all that night plightInHardware merchant bailed him out said after that hed stick Close as bark to good of Dick Since he the Possum jail Says he wont buy goods by mail Says Dfcks cheaper anyhow Might have saved some on the plow On the other goods some more At his of friends hardware store Jim days Wo cant sell no truck hearsSaVbuckrheyll But wont buy our corn and hay That seems purty strange to me So I toldol Jim Fd see So I wrote them that night Jist to see if Jim was right Ast em what theyd pay for oats Could they use likely shoats And about lour tons of hay It Takes Nerve Everything depends upon your nerves It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your body it is nerve force that causes your heart to pulsate and send the blood through your veins it is nerve force that causes your stomach to digest food r your kidneys to filter the blood and the liver to secrete bile In fact nerve force is the e power that runs your body so if you feel wornout irritable nervous cannot sleep or eat well have pain or misery anywhere your nerves are weak and your system run down To restore this vitality take Dr Miles Nervine which will strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be healthy without strong nerves For years Dr Miles Nervlno and AntiPain have been my clse companions In mar r r3 life rhilej children my all wornouteould not Indlfesuonveryn insconn yertsct hw th- Mrh S L YOLi1G 324 PUtsburis pt IretV Castle Pa Dr Miles Nervlne li sold by your that the hacIndnr Chestnut Dare was sired by Chester Dare 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2nd byBrinkersThe Chester Dares are recto izad by all to be not only the highest ced but the greatest show rses in Kentucky and Chestnut Dare is a worthy son of a great sire I wish to state that recently I was offered twjce as much money for him as any stallion in the county e er sold for and three times as much as as been paid for a saddle and harness stallion brought in the county so I ask the owners of good mares to patronize hint so I can be justified in keeping this type of horse whose colts they cant beat or out sell I still have 10 and a sent size Drat jJim lett some Early awayCouldWith his family Roastin ears Also would my friend Sawbuck some of my garden truck answer one sUtJmerd theycouldntuseouroatsarshoatsDidnt hen they needed truck to eat Bought it down on Water street Sorry but they must refuse r but cash to use down and wrote em then Hate to trouble you again I want to thank you sirs your bunch of cockle burrsI you love your fellow man f him good sirs when you can sleepShears + j Exchange I Rained An Alligator Louisville Times A real live alli gatOr fell with the rain this morning was caught on the lot in the rear the stables of the Louisville Street Department at Eighth and streets by Mike Quinn foreman alligator is about a foot long and when found was stunned by the fall to but afterward showed signs of Quinn was standing in the door of stables and became amazed when saw something fall out of the heav s only a few feet from him The gator is the Street Cleaning Department in the basement of the City Hall Happy Beau 1495 I this fine saddle arid harness stallion will make the season of 1907 at my stable on the Mclntire and Frederick town pike three miles from Frederick town and seven and a half miles from Springfield at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Lien retained on the colt for service fee Money due when the colt is foaled or when the mare is parted with Care i taken to prevent but not re should occur iredbHappyBeau 800 sire Jewel Denmark 70 Dam maWby Happy Cross 52 Happy Cross by Garret Chief Happy Beau is adark chestnut sorrel 15 hands 3 inches Weigh 1050 gees five flatfooted gaits and wore asmany blue ties as nnv horse of his age Has fine mane and taU and fine style rind action rind has himself to be a fine breeder Perfectly gentle to handle in respect Recentfysold one twoyearold colt of Happy Beau Jor325 Also at thesame time and place the fine mule Jack N 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 has proven himself to be a firstclass breeder Anotldllnng J en years ia iat15 hands serve abouttwenty mares at 8Mares or Jennette pastured ifolWO dollars per month SY r l 1 jla J nSPRINGFIELD4 JHE SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL jO 1907 A rootE7IFromi The Company Will Jiandle is own Ice during the coming Season dWiII sell it so cheap that all people will be able to use V it dur ing the summer i ICE will be Retailed at 5Oc A HUNDRED and Cupon bookssof 500 and 1000 pounds will be issued These bookswill be sold for CASH but a discount of 5 and 10 per I tent will be given This method will reduce your ice bill to avery nominal figure and will place this hecessity within reach of all ICE WILL BE DELIVERED GuardWInew s6on be i operation and the company will furnish the very best of lights = The Springfield Water and Electric Light Company I SPRINGFIELD Uj ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR v jiJc1AIlk fieldKymaiJS as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 11Threechargeclwsya0 going as well as the tQ which you it sentDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator J C W Be kham HagerForTrim ble bForFor Secretary of VrelandFor Superintendent of Public Schools WinfreyFor K Hend rick For jWFor CIrkofCOur of AppealsJ B Chenault r ANNOUNCEMENT atatSenator e h shinto the action of the Democratic party MR CLEVELAND AND SALARI- EExPresident Grover Cleveland says it 15 unreasonable and u- lustto n limit the salaries of Pres idents of life insurance companies Jn some ot the Western States the Legislatures are enI deavoring to pass laws to limit the salaries of these gentlemen to 50000 per annum Mr Cleveland as an attorney for the Association of Life Insurancee Presidents has prepareda brief in which he very strenuously jsb jects to such laws During tjhe Homestead strike Mr Cleveland at that time President of the Uhi ted States thought the strikers J were unjust ih demanding that the Pullman Company restore the wages of the day laborer to a conservative living scale ttn tact he was so much in earns about the matter that he se United States soldiers to Chicago and they shot davyn in th et streets a lot of thos poor devils who were protesting against ja 25 per cent cut in wages At th time Mr Cleveland thought thatr 150 a day4692sa yearw as too much foi the Pullman Company to pav the men who we re toiling bv day and by night tjo stick up higher and higher the millons of that gluttonous cot JJJborers tuS earnestness hr brought them face to face with t the Gatling guns of our standing kfmv And today Grover Cleveland contends that 50000 per annu is not ttJo much to pay the Pres liderits of life insurance compan ies notwithstanding that the money comes from the pockets 9fthe policv holders of the cou Y The Elizabethtown News has t rounded out its quarts nturv under the management of Mr Harry Summers And its ths best oldsemiweeklycoun tr fellow in this orany other State There is probably not an editor in Kentucky who has a wajrmer place in the hearts Reoole than Mr Sommers is one of the lest writers in the State and his paper wields a remarkable mfiuenc e ere gees are always toward the building up djiected toward the tearing During the twentyfive years he has been printing the Elizabethtown News he has imoroved every mo met and those moments have beep as golden minutes and sil hei s towjn and county Journaljs t has ever ad but it is now one of the best small dailies in the United States print the news and its editorsg column is interesting instructive and brilliant The Dally Journal r yeaS0 see you daily and weekly If we didnt do things and we didn t say things that s ought not to do andsay we wouldnt be human There are indeed very sew ofus mortals here below who are without stingers It V President Roosevelt has underJ taken the very exceedingly diffi cult task of making that Harri manRockefellerHearst 5000I ooo conspiracy fund look like 3 centsCIt is estimated that the Pana ma canal will be finished by 1915 Our Uncle Sam is a man of grit energyand determination and he has never been known to bite off more than he can chew is again asserted hat Pre siarestdent Roosevelt has again denied that he will be a candidate for Presidency in 1908 If the farmers of the nationi dont stick together theyll get ckt IJJohn L Sullivan says that Gov Hughes of New York is no quitter The Exchampion went to seq die Gov ernor about a pardon for a friend who is serving a life sentence in SingSing and hs paid Gov Hughes the above promisIe d case looked into H J THE DAWN OF A NEW DAY namtion that Wall Street aggrega tion of plutocrats = do not hesi tate to impoverish the toiling thats tno advance their own selfish interi estjs The jingling coin as it rolls into their coffers drowns the cries ofa nation of hungry children and the sighs of the toil ing millions Gold Gold GoldI That is the song they are sing ing and the people dance to the music It matters not to these octopuses from what source their 31ftinues to come in bulksIFor years the tobacco grower of thekentuckv hills has been contributing to the gluttony of thisI soulless gang He has tOlled from break of day until the evening shadows gathered deep about his little worldhis humble cabin home Cruel circumstanceshave not only denied to himself andhis family the pleasures and comforts of life but they have placed up on his back the burden ol the world He has been made to bow to the inevitable he has j BlackIVing mine Yesterday he stood not as- a shackled slave in the Market thIe e ray dawn of the morning of that85 Glorious Day is visible and it willsoon burst forth in dazzling s oIthe a Jht wi spreover the nation and universife of Justice will write in veletters of towering tr huEqual R IfItr rescue a na tion of peopleto do that wflic the United States gvernme- has nt thus far failed to do bump the plutocrat and buck the trust Let us stand together as 1force ersas soldiers battling for ar 0cause in common and by the eternals if we ever fall let us fall together but let us rise together and fight again We cannot be vanquishd Bedhindus upon everlasting thrones are imperishable Right and un conquerable Truth and we are followul a of and d tJfellowshIpth e inspiring cheers and God is sveetIhearts 10Indefeat us in this struggle Truly we will all be elated when April and the Thaw case are finished Up to the present time both have been unusually SodisagreeaAs the days go by the Ameri can Society of Equity beconles stronger CARDWELL We had quite a hail stOrm at this place Sunday evening Mrs John Caseys remains were taken from the Baker graveyard and interred at the new burying grcjunds at Battle She had been buried six weeks This was the first interment in the new grounds Mr Elijah Barnes of Indiana came home last week He was accompanied back to Indiana by his two sisters While Tom Word Was runhing a horse on our streets last Wednesday evening it became unmanagable and dashed into a Runabout in which E T Perkins was sitting throwing Word sixteen test beyond the MrI and Mr Perkirfs to the ground Shoulderland sixtyfive years died at her hom near Glens Creek on the 5th She leaves a friendstoWillisburg Sunday R A Willham sold to Sanders Co a bunch of sheep at 8 per head He also solda 3yearold horse to Lon Moore for 110 and a 3yearold horse JEssomeIH J Brown sold to T Ipair of work mules for Bro3one to Merritt Stines one horse H J Brown bought of T L Brown one 5yearoJd horse for 100 E T Perkins bought of F M Moore one fat cow for 30 Mr WillNally organized an A S of E Local at this place Saturday eve ing with twelve charter members W feel that it will grow fast as there are at this place in it Nearly allI of the 1907 has been out nhereSharpIone horse for 85 one fouryearold t Jno Holman for 130 one fouryearold to Mr Simpson of Lebanon for 145I one nineyearold mare to M E ins for 115 and bought from J Johnson one horse for 100 from H Brown one mare for 90 also pne Len Rilev of Muckyille for one horse from E G Holiday for 0750 TEXAS The wind on last Sunday proved to beJ a hurricane It came with such that it completely wrecked th stock barn belonging to Dr HatchettI There werp several horses in but fortunately they escaped injury Mr Thomas Peterson had the mi to lose a very fine horse last week Miss Annu Arnold and sister of th place were tp see their grandmother near Perryville gone day last week Mrs Robert Longford b very ill Anting Lime Miss Lit ey of Marion count Ine uest of cousin Miss bias erne Hays hfr Mr Ray and wife visited the latters Parents Mr and Mrs Irate Gravel Switch recently J Mr and Mrs J D Turner of Lex ptw Jtfrs Steyen Wilson and daughter Lois of Periyville wore pueste of the formers brother Rev JV Jampbell a last week Miss Maggie shanks aged died at her home near hrre sixtetn mption Ilfcr rem ir re the Pleasant Hill ccirettirvr Mrs Jno W Gorden visited her son Clarence Gordon last week J We arq glad to note that Miss Cocanougher who has been ftmte ill for some time is able to be out m ot the time Mr Jacob Peterson has returned home from Crab Orchardwhere he h been for the past month undergoing treatment We are all glad to see him for he has come back a new man Mrs Jacob Peterson spent a few days at Crab Orchard last week She was accompanied by Wilhelm Peterson of tljis place and Howard Moss of Springfield The Misses Hallowway of Brad f rdsville visited the Misses Claybrooke recently The spring school under the m an- a ement of Miss Mattie Begley closed lat Friday The school all along prov ed to be a success 0n account of the rain last Friday niht the Growers Meeting did not convene Every ono is expected to be present next Friday night Fleece Purdom one of our merch ants will have an auction sale next Saturday He expects to leave for Loiiisville in a short while Mr Lucian Purdom has returned pleasantIn tt of this It is placeied that Mr Raymond fine horse recently Mr G W Murphy is in Louisville this week on business HILLSBORO Mrs Mollie Settles and Miss Maud Inrh in are on the sick list lastsaturidayCowl er of near Willisburg biro J A Coulter sold ten fat hogs prnice ebit Ness Bailey spent Sunday with his parents near Texas Miss Eva Inman spent Saturday ight and Sunday with Mrs Julie Sutton near Thompsonville woith s parents near Texas Mrj J M Shields and wife spent last Sunday with Mr J M Montgomery wifeA MontgomJ ery MrseCoulterQ4 wife BanjeyBro Walker of Mackville spent Monday with Mr J RL Montgomery and family listespentIThomas slhirs Tom Baker was called to the MrseWill att and daughter Saturisday week slopping Edgar Settles and family of n afternatsister Mrs Albert Hines Bro enrouteyto Mackvil e Bro Walker of Mackville will preach it Hillsboro thefirst Sunday in May at 230 oclock p in Hard Times In Kansas andIcitizen 0f Codell Earl Shamburg h not yet forgotten a hard time he countered He saysHI was worn o and discouraged by coughing night a day and could find no yells till I tried Oklme The safest arid most reliable cough and cold cure and throat and Guareraan rug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle frost e TATHAM SPRINGS cooladweather apresent Mrs Nannie Burkhead who has been ill for the past month we are glad to report some better Mr Sam Wells of this place visited at Frankfort and Louisville last week Mr H H Graham of Anderson county received a lot of hogs here last week Most of the farmers would be glad to have a nice rain now as the ground is getting to hard to plow Mr Will Sims of near Willi burg and Miss Emma Wells of this Place were married last Sunday 9Y and peace ever be theirs Miss Anna Lee White who has been 1ill for quite a while is slowly improv 4fl ing e Mr George Robertson of Kirkland was in our midst last week Miss Dora Brown who has been im Louisville is at home for awhile Mr I P Johnson our merchant has hasbeenn 4i1rJ Spring Goods An Immense Stock carefully selected jfrom thebest mart s of the country You are cordially in t vited to call and exam ine our large line of Spring and Summer goods Come wlfether t notoIt will be a pleasure to us to have you examined our goods t Grundyt 1 utMcIntire = JI5a f- 1tu t bro voo1 jy j do i fT 1f ii THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1907 5rau J Complete Is My Stock of Millinery Readyfo wears Street Hats etc in large num bers Will make you the lowest possible pric- eswiLLiaMsMILLINERY Dr1J1M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teqth Extracted With out Pain DROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work FirstIclass Springfield Ky Oflloe in flagon Block up stars Local News Notes Eggs wanted highest market price cash or trade W P Lawrence t Screen Boors and windows also screen wire all widths in roll at Laachmans furniture stofre Born to Mr and Mrsj Leo Haydon last Friday a boyi Pictures and picture frames at re due d pricesi E A Cox Six bars Long Tom soap25c at W P Lawrences It begins to look yery much like jack froat wljl fang the fruit crop Oswmejy butter milk will be deliver to1 t you at your home in Springfield at 1DCa gallon Notify Mr Robt Paxcott or the creamery ijTwo Sticks Wiggle Stick ttyue Sc W P Lawrence Yw vjfll want a refrigerator this sunijiiaLV Go to WaIt rILeachmans Itcnfinr4 store and see his line before yon boy I dTA steel fishing rod Return to Sun office and get 1Oti reward If yptt want to save money on ice read the advertisement of the Electric tigbfc and Water Company in this is u 1JtIbars Sunny Monday soap 25c at Wilf Lawrences HiNtomft line of Gocartsiand baby- srrlagee at Walter Leachmans Furni ture 4tore Mx John Perkins a report of whose Merlon accident was giyen in last weeks issue of The Sun is now much mPro dan he will soon be out l4v iodwants the best and to- gtt the BEST S C U Leghorn chickens you should buy eggs from MiBBSue A Duncan it F D 3 Siriwrfiafo Ky 100 for 15 eggs Sem l potatoes fine stock 100 per hisbA W P Lawrence- 1Z iSSfcrr Twb rooms in Searcy flftU wrariiofichmans Gent Furnish ing Store Call upon M L Searcy or Gilbert Oirpenter t + Jl+ + + McElroy Wharton real estate sold this week to Mrs Kate4D Mayes MarioIn acres Price 37 acre StalliThursdaE g y night All members of the local are earnestly requested to be present Choice roast coffee 1517 18 and 20c at W P Lawrencesi OFFICE HouksrDr J q1broad announces office Ihours as follows fro 8 to9a m frog 1 to 2 pm Hej cart from now bn be found in his office during thesehours Tbringburg Ky for list of farms and othe property for sale He has what you want EGGS FOR SAtEGet the best My Brown Leghorns were premium winners at Harrodsburg and Springfield in 1906 White Plymoth iRocks and white Wy andotts were pr miums at Springfield Eggs 75c for 15 A C Kimball Try my table syrup its fine 9 W P Lawrence ICEThe Electric Light and Water Company will handle itsown ice dur ing this season and will commence delivery April 1 A suitable office and storage room will be procured and you are requested to leave your orders with the person in charge Satisfac tion guaranteed FOR SALE A two story business house in the town of Mackville Ky 24x50 feet with it foot shed room full length back yard with closet 20 inch adjustable shelvu1g Will sell cheap Direct me at Seri gfield Ky GRAVESI Two 5 cent cans Pride of Store bak ing powder 5 cents W P Lawrence WIRE YOUR HOUSES During the next days Thd Springfield Water and Electric Light Company will wireS houses at cost of labor and material Guard against fires by using electric lights The new plant will soon be in operation and the company will furnish the very best of lights r WlLLiSBURG LThe Central Bank building is intirely Completed it would have been completed long ago but the factory could not furnish tha vault doors They have fifty lock boxesjfire proofin the vault to rent to the patrons The bank and fixtures are Uptodate in every particular The bailk is doing a thriv ing business They have on deposit about 15000 James Brown of Louisville isvisit- m at this place John F Reynolds and wife spent last week with U G Sc ogham and family at Harrodsburg Everett Keeling is in Louisville on business Miss Elizabeth Shirley and Tommie Bowles were at T itham Sprints last SundayIof measles in lour vicinity tl Little Nellie Hyatt has whooping cough John F Reynolds and fam11y will move to Harrodsbarfthis Thos Trent Antioch will occupied by Mr ofReynolds to loose Mr Reynolds while we gladly welcome Mr Trent and family to our midst John Perkins is slojwly improving Miss Frances Martin of Springfield has an instrumentalllmusic school at this place She te chs on Tuesdays and Fridays Miss Mary Jane Funks died at her home on last Friday April 5th She was seventytwo years of age Funeral services were held at ihis place Sunday morning at ten oclock by Rev J A Sims Hurrah for J Rogers Gore for State Senate Vote for Mr Gore he is the man The rSivn h if Iaafta1tt11ttWW ryWtVro W NOTICEHaving m I tetc i will continue the business at the same stand Wit Will keep For the Trade a Fresh and UptoDate Stockfof Everything Good to tat Country Pro uce i i Wanted A rQUARE DEAL IS MY MOTTO 4Bring me your laundry I represent the Lebanon Lau p t zdry Ask for Fehrs Tonic all kindsof soft dnnka v Call for what yoti want Yo irs Very Truly i i UT P LAWRiZNCZ i- tItttttitt I tti t HAPPY HOLLOW Mr M C Keeling and family spent from Saturday till Wednesday with Mr4 Tom Brownat Fairyiew Mr Solomon Kz ys wife and son Charlie spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs Sabe Hardin at Valley Hill Miss Sarah Shields was the guest of her sister Mrs Sabe Coulter of near Willisburg Saturday night Littler Georgie Keeling visited his brother Mr M C Keeling at this place Thursday Mr J M Shields was in Mackville Friday afternoon shopping Armstrongms Pearl Snider at Fairview Little Hallie Keeling spent from Saturday till Tuesday with Miss Mallie Shields Messrs Miller and Joe Brothers MerMr John Kays spent Saturday arid Sunday with his father at Polin Mr Ed Montgomery and family Mr Bee Coulter arid wife Mr Sabe Coul twife and s n Cecil spent Sunday with Mr Samuc Coulter Miss Pearl Ar nsjrong spent Wednes day night with Miss Sarah Shields Mr Tom Ten nil wife and children spent Thursday with friends and vela tives at Antioch Mrs Martha Armstrong and daugh ter Myrtle sp fit Tuesday with her sister Mrs Dan Castell at Chaplin Mrs lorn Baker was in Springfield Saturday aftern on shopping Mr John Kay spent last Saturday with Mr RastusIShlelds Mrs J able to be out again Misses Jtstrong spent Mondaywith Mrs Tom Brown at Fairview Mrs J M Shields and sons Ray mon and Truman spent Thursday with Mrs Solomon Kays Mrs Duck Mclljoy has been the guest of her son Mr Tom Mcllvoy for the past month Mr J SThomas and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J M Shields Mrs Mattie Pinkston and daughter of Polin spent seyeral days with the family of Mr Solomon Kays at thisIplace Mr Creath Dean was in our midst last Sunday Mr Ray Wall spent Wednesday with his uncle John Armstrong Mr R H Perkinswas here last Tuesda J Mr J m Coulter spent Sunday with Mr Joh JhmstrongILittle Ruel Keeling and sister Lillie spent Friday and Saturday with Mr and Mr George Keeling of Willis 1MessrMiss Mallie Shields spent Friday with Miss Myrtle Armstrong Mr Tommie Sutherland and wife spent Sunday with their son J D I Sutherland at Sycamore Valley PRATHERS CREEK Of late we have been very busytoo busy to write even a short letter to The Sun When we miss a few di mt conclude d jar reader that weJ h ive deserted the columns of The SunI for we will surely show up again Farmers in this section have been unusally busy during the past few jeeks and all kinds oLfarm work has been rapidly pushed Miss Mattie Whitehouse of this place is teaching a subscription school at Rose Hill in Mercer county considerablytmaged lock and Mrs Annie Cummings of Dix well Mercer county were married last week This is the third matrimo nial venture for each Mr G T Mayes sold one sow ndI nine pigs to Mr Shelby of Springfield for 30 Mr Prather of Jessamine county informs your correspondent that the farmers of that county will pool practi cally all of the 1907 crop of tobaccoI Your correspondent attended the 85th anniversary celebration of his fathers birth on the 4thj inst at his home in Mercer county My father W S Christerson is now the oldest citizen in that section or the State but I am very happy to state that he is active for one of his and is able to read the dailynewspapers without glasses his eyjisight being good in every senseI Mother died last August a year ago in her Oth year Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable A happy 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 rheumatism You throw aside business cares when you enter your home and you can painsLBalm One application will give your relief and its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure For sale by every reliabledealer in the Blue GrassTt oe eoenepeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo QoI Notes Ao 01oRound Up of the Weeks o Personal Newse0oeOOeoeooeoe080eoi Mrs G W Lyons is visiting Miss Nora Hart of Bardstown Mrs W F Grigsby is the gust of M and Mrs Jas Cokendolpher of Chap in issIsa Colvm visited her at B rdstown iss g Miss allie undayjMrs J S is visiting her brother Judge I H Thur an Mrs Rod Nealis the guest of her daughter Mrs Katherine Neal Louisville bfI Mr Frank Peters of was in town Friday j M r E L Davison visited his hrotler who is ill in Louisville last Thurfc day Miss Emma Nunan was called to cousiqMissMiss Ida McClure spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at High Grove Ky- Messrs John Thompson and Joe Conner of Frederickstown attended the Masonic meetingTuesday night Dr J M Burton wasin Louisville first of the week on business Dr and Mrs H D Rodman of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Judge I H Thurman j Mrs Chas Hoskins of Campbells ville is the guest of her sister Mrs Chas McWhorter Misses Jennie McCabe and Fannie Smith left today for where theywill visit Mrs WinchesterI Mrs J B RoBards is visiting her parents at Burgin Mr J H McClure and niece Miss Lee McClure spent a few days at Grove this week visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Robert Noe and children spent a few days last week with Mrs Noes mother near Kirtland Hell Suity You if We Suit Him We are representing this season MBRN a CO who have been be fore the critical public for 3 Iyears Every piece of goods they make up ISI Not only is the goods but Fit and Satisfaction You want to have con fidence in your Doctor or give us your confidence and let us make you a E suit Why not Wehaye received very fine line of ReadytoAVear Spring and Summer for all ages and at all prices Let us show you before buying one ofi the best lines you eer saw DONT MISS ITt Messrs W D Huston and Will Wakefieldof Maud were in Spring field one day last weekIMiss Lucy Brown who has been ip Lebanon for several weeks is at home Mr J I Wimsatt was in Bards town Tuesday on business Mrs W E Leachman is visiting her mother Mrs Leahy tif Louisville Mrs George Moss has returned to her home after a several months stay with her son at this placeiMrs G B Hawkins and son have returned to their home in Lawrence burg after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs ML Searcy Mrs J R Durrett is visiting her daughter Mis Wigginton of Bloomfield Dr John Shaunty and Mr Tom Hamilton of Frederickstown were in town Saturday W F Neikirk and Rev R IHon are in Danville attending a of the Transylvania Presby tery Mr Losson by invitation of the Moderator will preach the opening sermon week on a fishing trip put cold weather interfered with the catch Miss Rebecca McElroy and Mr Lamotte Spalding of Lebanon were here Sunday Messrs Joe Bishop and RC Bofc litt were in Bardstown Monday Miss Pearl Edelen has given up- her position with Cunningham Dun can and is now at her home near town Mrs J D Turner of Lexington and Mrs Jno L Offutt of Bloomfield are visiting their father Mr J R Claybrooke near town Mrs Lizzie Durrett is visiting relatives at Shelbyville She will visit her song Maury Durrett who attends returningIMiss Willette have returned to their home in Columbus Georgia after a several months visit here The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Journal both one year 4 Walk f35O4m00 and 5O i1 N Shlpmeidsk OF Spring Hats WILL A NEW SHIPMENT OF HAtS THURSDAY EVE NING COME TO SEE THEM My Readyto Wears and Street Hats are now on sale Iwill be prepared again this season to trim hats r uRememberI have moved and am now located iAl the Searcv Building opposite First jNational Bank and next door to W T r Leachmans Gents Furnishing Sto- reKnottMiss Willie i== IIJ Poultry Raising Pays s Farmers are coming to realize that poultry raising is one of the best pay ing lines in their business Statistics show that the eggs sold alone pay the farmer more money than the output of corn or wheat Now is the time of rr year to feed your fowls a good tonic Remember that only healthy hens lay eggs R41144 fed to your fowls two ri4 or three times a week wards off diseas es for roup cholera gapes and limber neck there is better If your chickens are sick give each sick chick en three to five drops two or three times a day as a preventive of disease Y give one to three drops to each fowlt in the feed two or three times a weekY 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 iHaydon= II i1 ThatSOnpj Yours iis guaranteed guaranteed intYou Clothing Hr OVerShpes 4 RECEIVE nothing You Laugh When you feel good You carr not feel good unless your feet Are comfortable BUYr pair o f Hanan ShO SI the best and most comfortable Shoe for Men and Women on earthand you will laugh 51 V-I TE RQmRTQN CLAYBROOKIS CO vit hf H r u r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL l6 907r tl iIThe Hunchback jH Copyright lX6t by Ruby Douglas In the year hiIdon from a named George Melville aged twenty e- lfourHe was hunchbackt It but there was eye was almost bad and his voice was lstlharsh as a ravens H Melvin became possessed of SoIs large sum of n oney was anothbr matter that was newer fully explained His arrival In London was one of the most brazen things alman ever did He buda a dozen forged letters and giving out that he was Immensely wealthy he rented a large House and Installed himII self and beat to mingle in society He was called delightfully eccentric hls gross Ignor nce was termed pie t1Jr que and inside ota month heb had the run of three or four clubs and by had been taken up by society He determine 3 to marry Perhaps lie fell In love perhaps not At anyfe rate he select td the daughter of a member of parliament and made love to her so fast that she was swept off her feet and gale him her hand JL certain widqw not yet thirty years of age had set her cap for Melville and when she had matte sure that she had lost him s determined on revenue If She had a cousin who was lin- officer In a certain regiment then 8tnt4 tioned In England and she knew bed had served in New Zealand She went to hlm for information and the catb was soon out of the bag Captain Burh ton had read and heard of the millionCI sire hunchback but owing to illness ic had not met hIm He had never met or any one of that name but when asked to set his memorY at work he recalled a certain Incident Ten years previpua while on a hunting expedition on the Ashley river on the east coast of NewtZealand he had trouble with a ter and his son The latter was a hunchback and had shot at himtThe captain hatl little a millionaire and the squatters son werehone and the same but he took chances that they were He threw s tloncetlNetfrom England There was no cable tew steamships and letters took months to go and come Their IdentJ was to expose the man at once TbeJ captain made up his mind to bluff him down in his own house He would either compel him to leave London or exPose him The officer did not figure that the hunchback would attempt to atrike back but went almost at once and secured an Interview He was graciously received and he felt thntc he had made no mistake In the Identi fication The boy of fifteen who had held a rifle within ten feet of his bead finger on the trigger and eyes blazing had simply become ten years older and 1 changed his squatters dress for fish lovable clothing There is no doubt that the so called Mellville also recognized the officer This the latter had not counted on He gave not the least sign however The captain had plenty of moral courage and as soon as he could bring It around he boldly charged Mellville with being jm impostor His charges were met with smiles instead of being offend edthe hunchback said that he was only too glad that the officer had coine to him If there was the slightest doubt In the mind of any one that doubt must be set at rest He would welcome the fullest and closest investigation If Captain Burton would call at a certain hour next day a birth cer tificate title deeds to lands letters from prominent people and so forth and so forth would be placed before Mm The New Zealander would also have present n banker and two prom inent merchants to vouch for him in his laroff home What we are the most certain of is the very thing we can be tripped up on Let the man who has lived at 264 Blank street be told that the number la 268 and that the other will bet him IQj to 1 and he can be bluffed out He Is too sure to be sure The too sure witness is spoiling cases in court everyday In the year The captain was Rare and not sure and the result was that he was soon wishing he had not meddled with the case He had mad his charge however and must go through with the affair He was at the house at the appointed hour and there found two respectable looking mea who were Introduced to him as the merchants spoken of pn the table wer many papers and the hunchback ex plained that the banker was expected vary moment while the four waited Jt Was only natural that the wino should be passed around All were talkative and friendly and all drank Then one of the merchants began to talk about an adventure he had had with the natives of New Zealand The captain was following him closely when all at once be lost the run of the remarks Then the room began to dance around with him Then wheels began to turn In his head and he lost consciousnessThe been drugged It was twodays later when the captain awoke in the hospital but it was a full week before he recovered his speech and could tell his story The drug acted to paralyze his tongue and its effects did not pass away for long weeks The police were put on the trail of the hunchback but his house had been closed and he bad disappeared Four weeks later his misshapen body was washed ashore in the Bristol channel an pit had been robbed and the pockets tamed inside out fie had confeder tHl and wlien the game was up and as a a he wdfe probably sfehtneril M QUAD lti THE CUP THAT CHEERS to Make Good TeaSuggestionl- ForServing It To brew a good cup of tea select a blend that Is aromatic and not too eavy It pays to get a good quality teal usa little of the best goes further than the cheap to make economy In time end Theo age pekoe Is delightful for after oou or evening cup of tea as alsq the Jhluese dragons heard which a the bu ded tip of the tender branches 11bundlesoolongs from Formosa or Fuchau give light limber colored Infusion pre ferred by most old American families while those of more recent English or extraction give the preference to the congous which have a mtilty heavy flavor The teapot may be almost anything tin though the preference is given tea sharps to a baked earthenware unglazed on the inside a ware known as Nihing Have the water the tent freshly boiled soil the sorter the water the better time resultant f brew When the water has Just reached the boiling point but not steamed away long enough tb have lost Its life rInseout the pot with hot water then I put In the tea all wing half a teaspoonful for each cup of boiling water several cups are required reduce the proportion of tea or increase It the is not up to the standard or the prefers it extra strong Put the tea into a strong strainer or tea and pour through It bubbling boil water Cover closely with a tenI the tea brew on the andJet or at the table for three live minutes it the tea Is to stand some time take out the strainer with the tea leaves else the fragrant bou quet Is dissipated and the tannin ex tracted One of the best things to use for a strainer is just an ordinary salt bag washed and bolted Inke a hem the top and slip one of the rings through it that may be purchased for few cents at any department or store These slip open liken key ring so that the bag may be off without trouble When the infusions all poured off the bowlI replenished with more boiling wa er and tills is done several times in succession without injuring the flavor of the ten- When tine tea Is poured pass with it sugar and slices of lemon but cream unless there are old people whose habits ate fixed With the younger generation the practice of taking cream with tea Is as extinct as the dodo A pretty dish of maraschino cherries or a little shredded pineapple Is sometimes passed with the tea when one wishes to be extra festive Th cherries are lifted with little bon tongs Sometimes a whole clove dropped into the cup along with th lemon Wafers fresh gingerbread dainty bread and butter sandwich and thin crackers spread with cheese are all appropriately served with tea- How to Choose Game In chooslpg game remember tha venison wh4n young will have the fa clear and bright anqot considerable thickness If It Is not desired In a high state a Unite plunged into th haunch or shoulder and then draw- out will determine Its condition by th It may be convenient to keep venison for some time as it Is not a everyday article of diet and after i has reached a high or tainted state further putrefaction may be arrest by placing the joint in a hollow dis anal covering It to the depth of half a Inch with charcoal powder Hares an rabbits are old when the ears are dry and tough the haunch thick and the claws blunt and rugged Smooth sharp claws ears that tear easily an- a small cleft In the lip are the marks of a young hare Hares and rabbits may be kept some time after being killed Many people In tact prefer themwheh they are seasoned Young partridges have yellow legs and a dark colored bill How to glean a Gas Stove To clean a gas stove remove al parts possible such as bars and shelves Wash with hot water and soda all greasy parts A stiff brush is helpful for this purpose and If the stove has been greatly neglected a little household ammonia Is good says the Chicago News Black lead and pol ish in the usual manner all the black parts of the stove Polish the steel parts with emery paper and the brass taps With brlcik dust and a cloth Oc thee burners and pots If any are choked with grease or any jiquids which mix have boiled over Tfbte point is Often overlooked with the result that only a small let of flame Is obtained How to Test a Bed For Dampness If there Is any fear a usually slept In is damp put a rig looking glass between the sheets an cover it up In a few minutes it If its surface Is dimmed there cause for uneasiness If a bright loo ing glass IB riot at hand a tumjbler warmed and turned upside down will answer the same purpose How to KP Cake Fresh Cut a sUe of new bread about an Inch thick and place In the tin wit h the cake Thld wrjl help to keep tb cake fresh for sonic time The bread must be renewed when stale An apple placed in the cake tin will an sorer the same purpose as the bread and should also be renewed from time to time How to Clean rYdY Sliver To clean the sllvir spoons etc In dally use rub them with a damp cloth upped In cnrbonate of soda and polls h them with a wash leather i The Couple WithItThe Green Tche Original The patient whose eyesight was concentrating all my professional skill to restore had made his weekly call At and passed out My attendant threw aside a sliding door and admitted the next patient for consultation lie was handsome healthy looking young with eyes as clear as crystal of advanced looking at him inquiringly Doctor he sold I wish you to tape out my right Whats the I asked astonished eyct but I to take it outiI will perpetrate no such unprofes sional nonsense The man stepped aside to a table on which some Instruments were a lying took up a sharp pt mated knife and holding it before hIs e e said at If you nill not take tout professionally I will take it out uupro essionallyoHold I said seeing th t he would surely carry out his inten ion Tell me why you wish to lose your eye audh will oblige you tJlodyleast tine sight of Itand she is obliged- to n wear a green patch over it Then disfigurement has made her Inordinately sensitive She positively declines to inflict herself on any man for life Instead of inflicting herself on me torcshe Is ruining my life If I haveq the same defect she cannot refuse mccsee said Now my friende let me give you a piece of advice In stead of cutting out your eye cut out the woman you love from your heartrThere are plenty of women who would be delighted to marry you Doctor fulfill your promise I have done my part In giving you my reason Now do your part I summoned an assistant placed the man on an operating chair gave him an anaesthetic and when he came to himself and I held a glass before him he saw a green patch Instead of an eye and felt considerable pain Now I said if you dont want the loss of one eye to affect the other and leave you totally blind dont re i move the covering on any account For how long I must change the One wdint last tIWhen It la too much soiled to be worn longer come to me and Iwilldchange it for you Very well Your fee doctor hFec DO you suppose I would take a fee for maiming a man I performed the operation to prevent your mak efag it worse youssightaed his sight restored Next I called to the attendant muttering to myself What a queer world wascallt actcompanied by a young lady wearing a patcheextraordinarilye IDoctor said the man I have patchton whose account I had my eye re marriedh itd remark I turnIed to the man and told him would change his patch but in fifeddarken the room I then closed the blinds and changed his patch When I had finished I asked the young lady It it might not be possible for me to help her with her own eye She hesi toted and looked meaningly at her lover I took the hint and asked him to wait without until I made an amination As soot as he had gone th 1girl turned to me and said in despair lug tones Doctor I have rulneYI his life Whe 1 met him r was temporarily a patch for some slight weakness my eye In a fit of coquetry I told him what ho told you I never dreamed that he would that he loved me so desperately I shall never remove my patch though I do not need it I dislike J said to lecture a wom an but I confess that women who give way to such feminine temptations de serve the punishment they receive and- often do not receive I deserve all and more she moan ed I even wish I wore dead When are you to bo married In two weeks Will you come to the wedding acedhtnew S an e putoon cardkIi on house the e rminuteThe grooms best man on learning my name took me to a back drawing room where the bride and groom were wait- e ling The bride started to close the shutters but I called her back and go Ing to the groom untied the strings of bis patch and took a bit of cotton off his eye and he stood looking out of two good eyes Then I tore the patch from the eye of the bride I will not attempt to describe the paroxysm with which tho bride seem g the two sound eyes threw her arms 1Ugbt y ri SAW THE MOTOR IRSTt Was a IFarmers tJIhI was on the way to a small town about thirty mules distant land hail stopped for luncheon in a mitt the same table in the small hotclC sot a countryman a red handkerchief around Js neck and his slouch hat on the iloonbeslde his chair rtHow far Is It to Blllville I asked 1 him IaThe man to whom I addressed the question looked credulous Dont you know hCTCPUcd I admitted my the country and Its Ignorltucjot Its about he said iIIWhats the best road to The man laid down his knife und fork and a smile passed faces he looked at me in his0c11his face took on a look of length was succeeded of satisfied determination Dont you know he sake by way f reassurance I again admitted my Ignorance Ill show youhe safd and from pocket he drew a pencil and an old envelope Theo he drew a diagram of route I was to folio w to reach the for which I had setout In my car No soopier had he delivered the diagram and the instructions as to how many miles I was to go this way and that than he picked up his hat and suddenly left the table I not account at that time for his uick departure but an explanation to me later After eating lunch leisurely and smoking a cigar- swhich consumed about an hour of my time I climbed Into my machine and resumed m journey For fivemiles I followed the coun trymans diagram soil then came to3 piece of road that was atrocious For two miles I climbed over bowlders and stumps fwd in and out of ruts and gul legs At lust I saw ahead a little house In the edge of the woods I was sure that I was off the regular road toil I made for the house to ask for my bear Ings Imagine my surprise upon drawing up lu front of the house to find my friend the countryman his wire and his children out in the road to meet me They all lookedat the machine with wondrous eyes and the smallest child hung to his mothers skirts and cried from fright The other children fled tp tile house and peeked out the window Iy friend who had been so kind rawing the diagram and giving directions said Neighbor I most run my horse to death to get here afore you did wanted my old woman and the kids to be sure and see one of th m critters They never seen one afore Is much obliged to you but if you want to got to Blllville youll have to pull back two miles to the road where you turned In and go straight aheadKansas City Star iAFaith Cure Mother Are you feeling better IFond Boy Yen fank you mummy Muffin like a bun for a headache A goadePunch BeggarednMulty Millions JrMy father ref deahnand It will have to be love hi a cotagc ye know SheHow large la the cottage Mul ty Multy Millions JrWellertb ires only something like like 100 goo sn stable and eleven motor cars Chicago News IHow Mean Is Grammar Mother can I have another slice of ple7 Yes dear you can Well may n No dear you mny not aTtulILike a Peaco Congress Only two months have passed since there marriage but yesterday they quarreled teroclouslyIYes they almost came tb blows ocrt- he question of how to obviate un aptness at homo fl Rlso A Parting Shot Professor said a senior trying to be pathetic at parting I am Indebted to you for all I know Pray dont mention such a trifle was the reply Punch BowlI Her Only Interest The papers nil wjth lines that thrill Yes hft dlfne naming hotIThat tell of ecrapH and great But B tty ifttdn them not For naught she cares for bulls and bears And how the trusts may all the while she 8patI1But this years Easter hat ago iII c rlginal Miss Anita Ford was like many very young girls a bundle of Inconsisten es In the many qualities that made up her Identity rashness and sensitive tress were mingled in equal propor ions Now there are no two traits fitted Jblcing upon some rash scheme she would walk on the tiptoe of pleasurable ex clteincut When suffering the consequences which were almost always sure to conic she would be plunged nto a profundity of remorse and mor tlficuttonaWizen Leslie Ford her brother came home from college to spend the Christ mus holidays he brought with him Pierce Keen a fellow member of the I senior class Keen was one of those young men who look on life and its problems seriously and was taken up with tho choice of a career which choice lie must make in a few mouths He was sober and dignified He had very little small talk He did nothing except after deliberation In short he was diametrically antipodal to Anita FordMiss Ford saw at once a great deal of amusement in Mr Keen She would mimic his deliberate way of speaking his slow automatic wojk his habit of clearing his throat before expressing an opinion and the thoughtful manner In which he spoke All these things interested her intensely Indeed Mr Keens peculiarities were o absorbing to her that she did not realize that his sterling qualities were gaining an influence over her A wood fire was always lighted in the afternoon In the library and Mr Keen used to spend a good deal of time there with the tools One afternoon Miss Ford entered to find him reclining in an easy qlyUr with a slanting back a book open on his lap asleep She saw a chance to win n pair of gloves Stepping lightly to the chair she stooped and barely touched his forehead with her lips Then with a glance to make sure she had not awakened him her little heart beating a hundred strokes a minute she stole rapidly away When tljey met again Anita with an effort brought herself to look Mr Keen in the face dreading lest she should see some evidence that he hail been conscious of the kss But no there was not the slightest sign of such consciousness must have read every book in the library Mr Keen she said naive ly judging by the time you spend there Not this afternoon he replied with his usual precision rI found the fire so comfortable that I fell asleep Miss Ford did not dare trust her self to say more Her eyes were danc fag and she feared she might let drop sonic word to induce suspicion The holidays were soon ended and the two students went back to college After their departure Anita was astonished to find an aching void in her heart she had never felt before Indeed she did not know what it was That it could be a dawning love for the serious methodical Keen she did not dream Nevertheless his mannerisms were before her every minute Confound that fellow she said to herself Must he be constantly thrusting his primness before me A week after the young men had returned to college a package came by express addressed to Anita Ford Tear ing off the cover there wrapped in tissue paper was a parr of gloves To say that Miss Anita Ford was crushed Isto put lt mildly The prim Mr Keen had been aware of the kiss she had given him What must he think of her His estimate of her she conjured up was something like the view a lion would take ofa mouse that had been presumptuous enough to play with his claws But If she was plunged Into a slough of self condem nation at the receipt of the gloves shown an hour later thrown Into a on the arrival of a letter from tin sender saying that lie felt emboldened by having received so emphatic a mark of her favor to offer her his heart and hand Tie paroxysm that followed there celpt of this announcement soon found vent like the first escape of hot steam in tears The next change was the in closure of the letter and the gloves In the box In which the latter had come and the sending of them straight back to Mrs Keen The third condition was a craving for revenge The fourth which did not come for several days was a gradual settling down to the realization that a condition of enmity with the man she had kissed would drive her mad As the waters of a whirlpool may be seen lower down tine stream flowing tranquilly so did tills frightful complication after n long period of transition resolve Itself Into what it meant in the first place love and eventually marriage One day Mrs Keen asked her hus band why he had Insulted her with tho gloves and the proposal As usual he thought awhile before replying then spoke with his usual precision Quos Deus vult perdere prior de mentat Whatjklo you mean by that gibber lab 7 sire naked- Translated it means Those whom God wishes to destroy he first drives mad Well what has that to do with it I wanted you and Made ire mad I nhould think you did You ought to have been ashamed of yourself And with n rising choler that had been long alloyed she flounced out of the room T EUGENE DRAPER iiw F trusty Practical Dentist r SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Artwork guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Da LAKE rInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable nd the best dividendpaying company in the world Your urance solicited HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY r mOFFICEo DroJ 1Mudd tl SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J BiTOONff Office Hours 12 M to 2 JM DrW W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172r J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No38 W MISS ELLA ADAMSr x NURSE TELEPHONES n Day 49 Night 109 T SCOTT MA YES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonandadjoining and Courts wCATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice Jn all State and Federal Courts ti- rWD CLAYBROOKE Will practice in tile courts of washing n ofAppealsW E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and In of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Washington Court of AppealsT S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERe Y Springfield Ky specialtyWillablef Phone 84- NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store ContrnctBAlltown in the business for thirtyfive years THOS JGraves LIZZIE MONTGOMERY 81MISS NURSE Day 89 Night 106- GOOOGGGOGOOOOOOCOGOOOCOQOO JOHN y MA YES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKT Best Attention- Everycourtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets sail feria ROM Telephone Day 19 Night 74 + THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1907 J tJ IsSSsII SSSSS SSSSSI A Piano Placed In Your Home On Trial I F IIF YOU intend purchasing a piano it would be dollars in your pocket to get in corresP ond ence withts Being the largest piano dealers in the South and buying them in carl lots s us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that will qllic a4I t 1consIstsconvince the most skeptical that we can do ill we sa if the H PIANOS H UrPLAS5OO UPs PIANO PLA YERS IHPRICE250Eon tenegrorRiehm Music Cio Louisville Ky Kindly seItttme full particulars by return mail how you will place apiano in my home on trial Name AddressJ rr Earrandtecilianand- the MONTENEGROR7EHM MUSIC COINCO PRATED Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 8 81 I iTi11BEG Owned By Graddy Who Filed Deed of Assignment Versailles KyThe liabilities of William T Graddy who assigned to Hardin Field his brotherinlaw for the benefit of creditors exceed It Is said by 12000 his assets rated at 30000The assigned estate included the Graddy home farm of 200 acres two other tracts of 70 and 9Q acres respec tively and Graddys life Interest In two farms one of 256 acres and the other containing 270 aqres The latter farms are entailed to Graddys children His net assets it is be lieved will not amount to much over 30 000 FEAR OF BURGLARS Drove Her To An Abandoned School house Where Fire followed Lou svllJ e KyMrs Catherine Otter was buried from St Cecilia s church In this city Mrs Otter aged 35 years was burned to death in ail abandoned schoolhouse elgbt miles west of New Albany She left her home in this city to live jln the school house which was near Where she was born in Lafayette township One year ago burglars attempted to enter Mrs Otters house In this city and she shot at them Since then her mind had been impaired and she was continually talking about burglars KENTUCKY ELKS Knock Out An Infringing Organiza tion By Negroes Frankfort Ky Secretary of State McChesney upon the written protest of Frankfort Lodge of Elks refused to file the articles of incorporation of the Kentucky Grand Lodge Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World compo ed of Lou isville negroes and order canceled the charter heretofore Issued tb the Falls City Lodge Louisville Improved Be nevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World- WIFEBEATER KILLED Jury Classes Action of Stepson As Jus Homicide Paducah Ky After g ving his wire a severe beating Milliard McCawloy saloonkeeper and river pilot of Brookport Ill called at the house Of his stepson Fred Troijt where Mrs McCawley had taken refuge and w greeted with two pistol shots whlc put an end tohisexlstence McCawley It is claimed had threatened the lif of both his wife and his ste sonThe coroners jury returned a yerdict e justifiable homicideIGROSS INSULT Offered His Wife Says Turpin Who Stabbed Roy To Death t i Barbourville KyA telephone mes states that at the residence vof IIcount tf which Roy was tabbed to death by Turpin who imirtediately surrendered claimingjustification that his antagonist had offered a gross insult to his wife r L N Earnings Louisville KyThe monthly statement of earnings and expenses ot the L N shows th t the company dur- Ing February earned 3729142 gross which was an Increase of 290190 over the corresponding month of last year but the expenses Increased 341576 making a net decrease of 4538G fo the month The net earnings for th yearshowcorresponding period of last year COMPELLED To Ride With Negroes On a Train White Woman Gets 3500 Lexington KyMrs Luella Thur man has been pale 3500 by the South ern Railway Co because she was com pelted to ride in the negro compart ment on one of the trains Mrs Thur man a white woman was ordered to leave the white compartment and tako a seat in That used by the negroes when she was returning from this city to Harrod sbti a suit for 10000 The casbwas tried by Jury and she received la verdict of 4000 which was taken to court of appeals and reversed The case was compromised SINGLE CASKET Holds the Remains of the Children o These Two Mothers f Paducah KyMrs Essie Rlckelts and Mrs Edward Marshall lifelong frjends and neighbors will share each others sorrow when they bury their infants In the sanie casket The children separated in age by 14 momtha were both under the same root and contracted pneumonia the same day One died at oclock the other at3 ocjock BothdIed In theaame roomS the mothers residing together bodies were placed in one casket and shipped to Hopkiijsvi le for burial PENCIL IN HISJ POCKET Broke the Professor Rib When H Bent Over His Chair Hopkinsville Kyn reaching over the arm of a chair i i which he was hae depotet college su sidfe with sufficient force to break the bone Will Increase Louisville KV Martin L Instill em ra1 manager of the Louisville 8 Southern Indiana Traction Co ala o the Southern Indiana Traction Co and CoIe r IA wanes dating from flay l Th1tQ f Chickering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Arm- strong1 Co Marshall Wendell Foster J SohmerCecilian 1 Autopianol f The CecthanA player that can be attached to any make piano a In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we 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 you a cent 628630 111 tlflable Wages tormen and conductors on the Int urban lines are to receive 20 cents hour during the first year and 22 con cy after that period Motormen on theI lines of New Albany and Jet ersonville mBe paid 17 cents dur nig the first year and 19j cents in the second year STILETTOS AND BULLETS Orink Crazed Italians Fought a Fu ous Battle In Kentucky Ashland KyThree are dead sad one is dying the latter a woman as result of a desperate battle with p tols and stllettoa at an Italian labor camp on the Guyan river 18 miles lbtliquorwho had been celebrating at Hunting ton Ten gallons of whisky were dis tributed among the men and women TonyeSo in kneifs nptedlatters cohorts came to his rescue with pistols stilettos clubs and whlsr ky bottles Scores of shots were fired one bullet piercing the breast of Bettl byPuParkersburg W Va but who had been running a commissary near the cam was shot through the side Another Italian whose name was not learned lost the top of his head Only two Italians have been arrested The others have been subpoenaed as wit nesses ALL OPPOSITION Te Slier For Kentuckys Railroad Commissionership Withdrawn Louisville KyA T Slier can di date for the republican nomination notiflfn T Black of J T Patrick of Magofiln II R Brysou of Nicholas written Slier that they count1and his nom ination and from the canvass to non mate been called for April 20 and there is no way of call Ing them oft April 24 is set as tho- time for holding the district conven flea at Mt Sterling Silor Is the present member of the board from the dig trlctT of Kid Law Hopkinsville Ky rAfter his mqtion andJIm Ccen viral passenger over ruled Attorney John Feland was granted an appyil The Juvenile court law thus will be tested Mad Painter Sentenced Bowling Green KyTom Wilson the niad painter who ran amuck here offyearsnin the penitentiary Rheumatic Pains Relieved The quick relief from rheumatic pains afforded by Chamberlains Pain Balm has surprised and delighted thousands of sufferers It makes sleep and rest possible A great many have been bytheevery reliable dealer in t hue Grass 1 t TEH RESCUED FROM DEATH AT SEA FOURMASTED SCHOONER BLO ASHORE BY HEAVY GALE YOjkTo crew of lifesavers at the Nags Herd N C station when the fourmast jschooner Louis Bossart was blot n 1ethatCarolina coast for the past 48 hours The schooner was bound from New York to Wiggins S C Tar a car nnd was swept out of her course ly the storm Shortly after midnight she ran the beach and was discovered in tl breakers by a coast guard from tl e Nags Head station On account of high Bfa no attempt was made lc launch the boats A line was shot over the schooner and the breeches buoy whs run out When the turfmen pulled it in th were surprised to find ayomu woman daughtgrofThen one by one the seven members of the schooners crew were hauled to safety through the seas and on t 1Reportsgovernments coast wires say that t schooner is high on shore but seem ingly In good condition Another Vessel Ashore The schooner Laura L Spragl Capt Pierce of Marblehead alas ran ashore off Cracoke Inlet NC She is of 5C4 net tonnage and carries i crew of six or seven men Late advices are that Hfesavors hava succeeded In getting ashore all tL schooners crew A wireless message received by an Old Dominion steamer here from tho Standard Oil barge Thomas W Law son announced that vessel to be adr ft 14 miles southwest of Cape Lookout and leaking The Lawson was said tp be the sevenmasted schooner afloat until s was bought by the Standard Oil C c r Serie tanhe coast and Ijfoke her hawser In the storm twbI diys Riley agojThen Took His Own Life Nest Plains Mo April 8firs V rItor Riley wife of a Douglass county farmer who committed suicide ncai Sycamore Pond recently In a eonfes sion said that before shooting bins el Riley told her he had shot and kill x SpringfleIs ldsend n two weeks ago Riley had Confessed Mrs Riley said that after the boy he carried the body to a pre tied rocks to his head and feet an threw the body into the water Tl1 murder preyed on RileyV mind I told his wife and then shot hlinse No motive for the murder of Obert la known SIXorMetropolitan Power House May Be DePut stroyedBy Fire whlchlbroke aV1cnue It pgSeven firemen of Engine Company No 80 were killed under falling walla In Seventh avenue including Capt John Ryan The property loss to the Metropoli tan Co Is at least 1000000 The en h1parnhzedtime as the burnod building was lheic IIIIJCity1GuatemalaGuadalu1eedper when as the car stopped a youth a little over 17 yours of ago climbed aboard and brushing to the general stabbed him twice the first blow sev sting the jugular vein the second cut ting his face He died InsttiKUy The assassin was captured He gave his nHfine as Jose Estrada and his home a4 Qcos Guatemala Wealthy Stockman Commits Suicide Helena Mont April SJames Val lace a wealthy cattle man In the Beaver Creed section has according to a report reaching HOlena confmit ted suicide No cause is assigned for the deed About a year ago ills brother Jove killed liiinself while in Billings Castro Has a Relapse Wlllemstad Curacao April SPrlgate advices received from Venezuela say that President Castro has suffered a relapse Broke Through a Trestle Christopher Ill April 8A conI train oil the Illinois Central went through n trestle miles west ol here nnd engineer and fireman were Hoth dangerously injured The engine nnd four cars were plied in a heap In the creek TWQ Women Drowned El Paso x April BTwo women 7 were drowned by the breaking ofJ rssorvolr dam at San Ramon San Ja Yeo A baby In the arms of one ol Vie women was cast on the bank 01 the arroyo bjr the water and save CLEANING FURS How to Trcfet Them at Home When SoiledN Is Ilk keeping linens looking fresh for bet need much attention and frequent Timesthave furrlersl do this work they nee preventingtheirgetting wiled but when the deansin must be done at home too much care cleanforconey angora or any of the white furs real or Imitation Is a long tedious one that takes much strength To begin with they must be put out on a line and well sunned and aired boc whipped gently yet firmly with a rat tan stick until no dust files when they ineout the Cursvmay again be hung on In the sunshine while a bath ore white sand nnd furriers sawdust mlxI oyeqWhenthis cleanser and the sand and sawdust rubbed well into the fur IThe Sand when hot loosens the grease sued dirt from the fur and the sawdust stbsorbst If utter one such rubbing tin fur does not wok as clean as Is desired the process should be re poiited When the dirt Is out the gar againe be pounded w a rattan stick to get out the sand and sawdust Following this beating filledVwhich must be rubbed well Info It After either whitener has been worked well Into the pieces the furs must whippedsfor if not shaken or beaten the plaster of paris or cornstarch will rub ort on the clothing which Is unpleasant With chinchilla little can be done to beatingIping must be lightly done for the skin Is so fine and tears so easily that a person cannot be too careful in the beating and the best plan is to have it cleaned by a furrier IBeuver mink and many of the furs exactlyhpieces with the exception of the final rubbing on of cornstarch or plaster of parts The first beating to get out the dust the string and bath of white son and sawdust must be given these furs to properly cleanse them Pony coats may be successfully eaned In tti wayy heavy long furs such asr Alaska sable raccoon and opossum the airing and pounding with a heavy 1rattan stick ale essential but the hot sawdust and sand are omitted for the use of a comb with short teeth known as a furriers comb Sables tiles chinchillas must be care fuJln tren ted nail the safest plan is t them to an expert when they ne cleaning Jellynd e finsd d thatlfShavesoft castlle soap This Is made by scraping a cake of pure soap and add about a pint and a halt of water them together Into a saucepan and stand over a brisk heat but not one that will boll the llfluld When the soap Is dissolved pour Into a wide mouthed Jar When the mixture cools will be Jelly This Is excellent to have by to rub on the hands washing dlhted with snore water t which a couple of pinches of soda are added It Is a harmless and cleansing shampoo to be rubbed Into the head which Is thou rinsed thoroughly How to Clean Silk Handkerchiefs To clean itfilte silk handkerchiefs crash with a lather made of boiled onp and warm water and rinse thor adding a little methylated to the last rinsing water Thl 4Thegive brightness to the silk be Ironed while It Is slightly l Incoming Trains Trains L THE DAILY Kentucky Statei JournaltIncorporated thedsrContains besides theAssociated Press dispatches of the news of the State and world full reports of the Court of Apr peals the doings of the State admimsTf tration and all the local news r SUBSCRIPTIONr 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE W P WALTON frankfort Ky DailynKentucky State Jour nal both one year 4 IQ O 011 o 11 O d I I Jaa THEeQ wJ Chaplin Water 0a Power Roller Mills e f a ao MAKES THE Q e Q 1 BEST FLOUR ifl ifoo e DaQ In Springfield and many a other sections of Washington county our brands are sold ao BUY them and 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Louisville daily Herald one year 2 00r The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 00 Land N Railroad Time Table onlyNo pmArrivesArrives at BardstownJunctn 650 ceJQ6 522ce ILeaves Louisville 600 730ce 430ce Outgoing Daily No 42 Daily NO43 Suny only No 90 Daily No 41 Daily No 44r Laves Springfield 525 a m 7Y15 a m 100tiLeaves Bardstown 612 8ooce 220u pmArrives CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Gl INCOHPORATHD j Long distance lines and telephones of i this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern r Illinois Kentucky Tennessee MississippiI and Louisiana We can put you la quick 1 and satisfactory communication with thetpeople of this great section of the country AM e solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facIMtles qnsur f passed JAMES ECALDWELL LELAND HUME TDWEBB rrecldcfnt A Genl Mnnacer S OT A Aut Owl MGJK Treason efyj t a yy 4t1 1j r I 1907T1907rMarion County i r Falcon The sixteenyearold daughter of Mr Sam Shanks residing in the- east endid of the coup dIed Tuesday f4 haight of consumption 4 The three suits bought last week by Mrs daughterIRosa ag for 30 000 20000 and 3000 haye been co jromized for In total of about If 2000I The handsome residence of Mr Cary Peterson near Lorcti o burned early morning entailing a heavy tar1y covered insurance The tDJl1Y thi saved from the fire were s two feather beds Mr JohnD Elder had a young horse killed Wednesday nighjt for which an e iad refqsed offer ojf 150 It was tamed into a field where a plow had been left over nightijI1d was found dead Thursday morning hear the plow Evidently while playing the colt had whictih penetrated its side back of the shoulder to tile depth of 18 inches The plow eras badlybroJtel1 Mrs Fletcher Clark died ather home inth Pleasant Run neighborhood Sun sr day night after a lingering illness The funeral took place at the Pleasant Eon church Tuesday conducted by Bey Robert Purdom and the remains were laid to rest in Ryder cemetery bore The deceased was 67 years of age and besides her husband she is survived by three children Mrs Cnar fes Clark and Messrs William an- I Spencer Clark of the P nick neighborhood t Mr Frank C Peters jhas purchased tt a half interest in the livery firm o r Browne Dohoney the latter member businessIr wn as e JL Peters Mr Dohone has not de as to what business he will e 1gage in but our citizens are hoping LThat he and his excellent family wi tQ reside amorjg us Th Junior member of the new firm is n stronger in our city and needs no i induction at our handle Suffice aay Frank is a fine young gentleman and heres hoping that the new firm r VrosPereit ROCKBRIDGE e J As I have never seen any newsfromj iQris place in your much read paper I win try to jot down a few itemsHMiss Effie Jenkins visited Miss Addie Keeknfi a few days last week Mrs W R Scott has returned home alter a few days visit with her siste j Mrs L W Jenkins of Mooresville kid Mr Merritj Hungate was called to thte bedside of his son who is qaite ill at Bowling Green Mr Jessie Kays and Miss Maud deatham Mr Joe Anderson and Mi Nora Cooksy Mr Fred MilbUrn an JEss Effie Cutsinger Mr Will Simms quietlysmrnedjSmma Little MissMargie Jenkins is on the jotk list- Misses Sallie Hendren Effie and Qackie Gordon Ethel and Winnie Scott and Edith Sims visited Miss t Sundaymisses and Della M Jiillm attended church here Sunday r Mr Albert Matherly left a few days ago for Louisville where he expects to Shave an operation performed Alias Lizzie Crouch attended the fu aeral of her nephew in Louisville la Thursday Mrs T J Prather visited her mot er Mrs W P Scruggs Friday There are several cases of measles this vicinity PULLIAM iJ i iGladys the little daughter of M cad Mrs Will Deacon diedof neum nia March the 31st The remains we hid to rest in the Rockbridge cent tery tMrW E Foster and family Mr Elmer Keeling and family visited Mr C C Fosters and family Saturday flight f Messrs C C Foster and Edd Farris were in Bloomfield Thursday on busi nasi Mr Grant Scott and family visited J negatives in Fairfield Friday and Satur i iay Mr John Scott and family visited Mf John Harlow r last Sunday Protracted meeting will begin at Rockbridge on Monday night after the iWrd Sunday in April Mr Jim Gaff vjsited his sister Mrs Janio Scott Thursday night J Mr and Mrs Maize have been sick Sec some time Mrs Maize is some bet er but Mr Maizd is about the same t Mrs EttPinkston fell last Friday md sustained a severe injury to her iSZTB tiecrtbe for The Sun 100 year r Committee Meeting The Democratic Commitee of the Fifteenth Senatorial District met in Lebanon last Thursday and adopted resolutions as follows At a meeting of the Democratic Committee in and for the Fifteenth Senatorial District held pursuant to notice at Lebanon Ky on the 4th day of April 1907 for the purpose of de tdrmining the time manner and place of nominating a democratic candidate for Senator to be voted for at the reg ular November election 1907 and it ap p aring to this committee that it has been a long established custom of the democrats of this the Fifteenth Sena toHal district composed of the counties of Washington Marion and Taylor to alternate in the selection of its nominees for Senator and that it is now Washington countys time to select such nominee and that there have heretofore been only two candidates for saidoffice from said county towit Messrs C F Bosley and Rogers Gore and that by agreement of said two candidates the question as to which of them should be the choice of the demo cracy of Washington county for said ofI fice was by their agreement submitted to the vote of a majority of the members of the Democratic Executive Commit ee of Washington county and tha a majority of the members of said Democratic Executive Committee voted for the said Rogers Gore and while the action taken by Washington countys said Democratic Committee would per hap meet with the approval of th Democrats of said district and would perhaps warrant this Committee in declaring said Gore the Democratic nominee for Senator in said district how posdpart of any Democrat Therefore be it resolved that thi committee do now adjourn to meet a Lebanon Ky on May a 1907 at 13 onfe J tion for said office he will at that time be declared the nominee In case there is more than one candidate at that time then this committee will meet on the Inmanner of making a nomination IlWM M SPALDING chairman DistrictonMARKET REPORTS Cincinnati April fCA I1Extra io 40 6 60 7 25 HOGS Choice 6 85 6 90 SHEEPExtra 5 85 6 00 LAMBSExtra 8 15 8 25 FLOURSpring pat 445 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 78 79 CORN No 2 mixed rgi 474 OATSNo 2 mixed 44 No 2 choice 73 74 AYCh timothy X20 25 BUTTER Dairy 19 g 22 EGGS Per doz 141j APPLES Choice 2 75 e 3 00 GOrclltceo- oWHEATNo 2 red 72 74 CORN4No 2 mixed 44 iOATShNo 2 mixed 41 PORK Prime mess 16 25 LARDSteam 900- Wzw YORK 85JCORN No 2 mixed 53 OATSNo 2 mixed 47ft 50ABALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red 77 h CORN No 2 mixed 50 4 OATS No 2 mixed Q 38U Loyisviiuc WHEAT No 2 red 0 78 CORNNo mixed 50 OATSNo mixed 0 38 3QcLARnStea I DIAlAPOL1B CATTLE Prime to 6 Ifi O 5 31 HOGS Extra 6 40 6 ijO Her Happy Married Life stA woman who recently secured warrant against her husband in judgehan I have had ten children and sixteen black eyes TQ and a Half Cows Denmark famous for her great ex portation of butter has 500 cows to every 1000 of her inhabitants an familrcowsoevery Chamberlains Cough Remedy Tho Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough lt11eurelloveraalways depended contain no opium other harmful ndrut and may begiven aacobfldontly to a baby M to an adult Price 26 cts Large Size 6O eta Springfield MarkitB- oconrHama 15c Bides 12J c Bee vax 25cpor pound Buttcrl c ton ppr pound hickensHens 7o Sprinp 8c Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks7c per pound Corn eal75c to 80c per bushe- lEggs2c per dozen Feathers 44o per round- Ginseug3750 Flour SJ20to SJCO per pound Ornin Wheat 81 corhriOc Oatroc HidesGreen OMc to lOc d12 per poundiLime to per Mill products Bran 80 shiptuff 100 per pounds Potatoes Country 75c Onions Salt5145 and 185 per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow lc per pound Vinegar Sac to 4oc per gallon Wool Burrvftn greasy 14Ho clear of girease 20c tub washed 28c Country Sorghum45c to 50c Geeso35c a peic- oSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head nil persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other wanWdLnndserted in another department of the paper at very low rates EGGS FOR SALEMrs T Scott Barredtfor 50 cts J A Johnson Willisburg lit 1 wants to buy a nice safe driving horse J D Stanfield Lebanon Rt 3j has for sale 50 barrels of ood corn t 3 ifeas much as five barrels is bought Mrs James I Martin Rt 1 has for gsFromstock 35c for 15 TexastKyhasfor setting of 15 eggs Rtt0Turner Derringer Valley Hill has for sale a fine Duroc Jersey boar Mrs B B Leachmarn has for sale white Plymouth Rock eggs at 50 cents per setting of 15 J T Goode Rt 4 has for sale 300 or 400 locust posts Mrs P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Cornish India game eggs 5 100 for 15 Miss Sue A Duncan Springfield R FD 3 has for sale pure bred S G B Leghorn eggs 100 for 15eggs 1Mrs B L Litsey Rt 3has for sale Buff rpP1I1 ton and Brown Leghorn eggs 15 forl 150barrelsC W Stallings Springfield has for sale a sow and seven pigs Chas Pope Kt 4 has for sale 16 head ot shoats H D Stiles Springfield has for sale some loose hay also some baled hay iA L Litsey Springfield has for sale five or six go cows Some of them are fresh Rev G W Lyon Springfield has for sale a good Jersey cow C M Williams Willisburg Rt 1 has for sale fine white seed corn Mrs Minnie D Reed R F D 3has for sale pure bred S C B Leghorn eggs 75c for 17 Mrs Parmer Goatley Rt 1 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs SOc per setting of 17 Richard Riley Springfield wants a good Jack to farm at Willisburg this seasonT Ballard Rt 5 has for sale Buff Orpington Single Comb White Leghorn and Pit Game eggs also Pekin Duck eggs at 100 for 15 Mammoth Bronze turkey eggs lOc each Mrs P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Cornishindie Game hens D G Dragoo Rt 2 has for sale two good work mules 15 hands high 4 yearsoldEmmett Settles Booker has for sale twenty head of sheep aA C Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotts Whi e Plymoth LeghorndRichard Begeley Texas has for sale 200 firstclass locust posts IR B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale six gilts that will farrow the first of May dReed Spalding Route 3 has for sale oatstyear Springfieldturkeys My pen is headed bv one of Mrs Wrights prize winners at the Lou isville poultry show won first prize Mrs L E Ross Rt 1 has for sale White Pekin duck eggs 50c for twelve Miss Lizzie Bosley Lebanon Ky Rt 3 has for sale Brown Leghorn eggs 50c for setting of 15 eggs Telephone J E Derringer Rt 1 has for sale a lot of locust and cedar posts Good ones His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who ISnow eightythree years old thrives on Elec tric Bitters writes WB Brunson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels an well U Thats the way Electric Bitters effect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny chil Ythemliver and kidney troubles by Haydon Robertson Druggists 50ci h INELSONNO 238 j I Getman Coach Stallion Re I WashingtanI I ciationWill the season at the stable of R L Durham 4 miles East of Spnngfeld on the Pleasant Run turnpike at j u t 75I TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I Description and Pedigree INelson is a black horse 16 hands one inch high weighs 1375 pounds and for beau action has no superior in this section of Kentucky gTf GermanyHisA No 892 by Auskae 1 f73 by Agamemnon 560 etc etcor IMoney due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Care I taken to prevent accidents hut not responsible should any occur For further information r club rates call upon or address R L Durham or George U l Wharton Springfield Kyt or A t I Washington County Breeders Association J Lincoln No Grocer Louisville Herald Abraham Lincoln was never cut out for a grocer His first venture in business was however- as a grocer Judge J V Quarles tells In Putnams that the future President arid nation saviors first break into business resulted in failure Lincoln form POPE LEO This fine saddle and harness sllion will make the season of 1997 at my stabl at Booker Ky ati1OOOT- O INSURE A COLT TO STAND UP AND SUCK Lien retained on colt until season is paid Money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with or If mare is bred to another horse without my consent during the season DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Jixteenhandsbone and muscle Boyho1st dam Ralley Golddust 2nd da Davy Crockett A1 W Eddleman 194t- i r ed a partnership with one Berry under the title of Berry Lincoln Th firm gave its note for the purchase of the establishment Like other groceries the Berry Lincoln institution departmenBerry gaytthe newly launched business Lincoln had on the other hand a keen appetite- He therefore paid marked attention to the dry end with its crackers and cheese smoked herring and other edibles apcealing to a well whetted frontier appetite With an unquenchable thirst at work at one and a vigorous appetite making inroads on the other side of the Berry Lincoln tablish ent the stock began to disa pear and a crisis came on The pure chaser defaulted and Mr Lincoln was left to meet all the liabilities It took him several years to do it but Honest Abe did it LOCUST GROVE 4 Mr and Mrs Henry Reed we e the guestS of Mrs Jennie Lea bman Sunday A Dee Edgerton has recovered from an attack of measles Miss Frances Litsey entertained FridaVnight in honor of her guest Miss Jennie Leachman of Springfield Refreshments wore served and a nice time was spent Mrs Ijlj J Wilson is spending a few days with Mrs Kate Litsey Mr Cal Shewmaker visited his dau ghter Mrs Bettie Paterson last week Mrs Emma Baker is with her broth orinlawt Jomes Moran who is dangerously ill with measles- A L Litsey spent Sunday afternoon with J5 Litsey Mr Decator Dragoo and wife visited the tatters brother Mr Will Fitz and wife near Springfield Sunday Mr Emmett Reed and sister Mi s Tiny attend church at Pleasant Gro v Sunday nlate of Bad Eggs eggsmto waste Indeed theY dont the dairyman replied J Bad egg dealing issa busine is itself All bad eggs go to tonne and papermakers These eggs are carefully opened by hand and the whites are separated from the yolksr unpleasant smelly work but work that no machine can do The yolks are mixed with flour ansalt and this dough is sold to the leather- e men who size and dress hides with itThe whites are used in sizing of finer paper Care must be taken that they are properly separated as the least bit of yolk in them would cause a yellow streak upon the papers surface slightlyfpurefood hullabaloo these men have only used fresh whites in their can diesKansas City Post Woman Champion Mountaineer Mrs BullockWorkman the intrepid explorer who has won fame by her r climbing feats In the Himalayas now holds the worlds record for mountain eering She has scaled a height of ThePin an ice wall Mrs BullockWorkman left her husband at 22800 and con tin ued the ascent accompanied by a guide and a porter Strugglei for any of e ot sUmufatesthe legend over steep ways to thfslars fulfills Itself V C Doane PRINCE WILKES mystablePRINCE WILKES by Lebanon Wilkes ySumpter yTomHambletonian handshighstrong bone a high actor with lots of horsebeinga standard saddle mare his colts are a high class of general purpose horses that sell well on any market sonsure a Living Colt Will also stand the Ja- ckLebanon 0 He was bred by the McElroys of pointsstrong5 to Insure a Living Colt pastedrsaccidentsoccur MatherlyVst Ky t i a r