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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x j t rr l tj T T t nflFes 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ImIVOLUME nt SPRINGFIELD Ky WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1907I MUMIER 20 7 Child 0 j Burned i To Death r Little Fourteen Months 11 Old Child of Mr and Mrs Rufus Foster I Meets Death In Hor I Pt f rible Manner r j CHILD AT NEW HAVEN ALSO BURNS TO DEATH Lula Earl Foster the fourteenmonth Lold daughter tMr and Mrs Rufus was burned to death at the home of her parents here last Thursday morning The child and a little sister about three years old were at play in the room and in some way the child procured some matches A newspaper which was lying on the floor near the unfortunate little one was ignited from which the childs clothing inrhad not been out of the room but a few minutes when she was attracted by the screams of the children She hurried into the house and was horrified to find the baby burned almost beyond re cognition Nearly all of its clothing had been ThIe Id horrowstricken to McClain who resides in part of th- liguser4and e t physicans were hurridly they did all in their power Ntoxelieve the suffering of the little one realizing that there was no chance save its life The baby lingered until the noon hour when its little life wen a tandits so uwinged its way to thej gracious God who had given it to the world v In this perhaps the darkest hour in the lives of the loving father and moth ar The Sun together with hundreds of people extend4 sympathy None of us can know the suffering of heart which this father and mother must mdure The suffering oif a little child touches the hearts of all of us it matters no whether the child is of our own flesh and blood but to the parents of the 4hild the grief js intense The little body was taken to Willis kg last Jbrida y afternoon and buried homef ofj Mr and Mrs Fpster Mr Foster Islai1employe of the tel e phone company here and since he and is wife have ben living in Springficl d hive made man friendsVh grieve With them over death of hejr little girl Burned To a Crisp LJTw Haven Echo A distressing iident occurredMonday evening at t tome of Mr Wim Boone who resides on the Mount JDlivet farm near Geth ernane Abbey His little daughter ige three years was standing near the stove when the suction drew in h arest which cavight fire and before t flames could be arrested she was lit terly cooked from head to foot in fa every part of her body was burne- She lingered for 4 hours when death relieved her suffering Mr and Boone were out of the house at t time but heard the cries of the child and hurried to her and wrapped her iri aabub her injuries were beyond human aid Important Notice People livingin those districts where a stock law is now in effect are warned to keep then stock off of the public highway It is the duty of the Sheriff of Washington county and his deputies to take charge pf all stock running at large Save cot and trouble by at tending to this matter 4 I J S OSBOURN 8 w Cc tat 4r Death of Geo Birch Mr Geo Birch aged about thirty four years died at the home of h is mother at Willisburg last Sunday nig it of dropsy He had been making b is home in Louisville but two weeks aj o came to the home of his mother whe e he hoped to recuperate However grew worse and a week ago his Ii was despaired of The deceased w s a man of good habits and was hono able and upright He was a memb r of dtwas a se vices Were heldat that church Mond y atternbon by Eld J A Simms ar d interment ccurred in the cemetery at that Besides a wife and tw o children deceased leaves a mother and several brothers and sisters to whou The Sun extends sympathy Will Be tried at Lebanon r Jas F Shipp who shot and killed man named Smith at Campbellsville seventeen months ago will have his seconds trial at Lebanon commencing Monday week Shipp was given a life sentence in the Taylor Circuit Court himta new has been cdnfined in the jail at this place He is now in jail at Lebanon BIG BARBECUE And Rally of Tobacco Men Already an As sured Success Harrodsburg Democrat The tom- mittees In charge report that the to bacco growers rally and barbecue to be held at the Fair Grounds May 4th jolliestoever seen in the county Saxons beetn engaged to furnish the music andthere will be plenty of good things to eat for everybodyIt bv the committee on speakers that addresses will be delivered during both morning and afternoon and that President Clarence LeBus1 f the Burley Association HfinW C Mc Chord of Springfield and State Sena tor Campell Cantrell of Georgetown will certainly be here to tell all about the great movement to liberate the trusttto announced later It is said now that the pooling of th 1907 Burley crop in Mercer Win have Crallyself into a celebration of the success issue of the movement In that event it will truly be a day of rejoicing Everybody is cordially invited to attend and join in the festivites and no tobacco man within the borders of the coun ty should ibe absent It isgoing to be a great day for the farmers The L N Will Take No Chances Ky April 12Hon John Ellhose one of the attorneys ouhet will be of interest to local optionista everywhere in the State Mr DuBose is there any truth in the report that the L and N Ratites intoxicahet e towri goes dry on the 6th of June absolutedas the result of the election has bee otterherailroad off cials of the fact and they will at once in turn notify the agents nd servants of the company not to transport intoxicating liquors of anyi kind or in any quantity into the city of BowlingGreen or the prohibited territory no matter whether the liquors are shipped from a point in this State or from some other State If by over sight whjs y should be transported into this c y the local agent will refuse to deli er it and return it to the sender Ti eL and N wants no observe thew and will take to chances in violating it This policy is now being pursue by the company everywhere ana Bowling Green will be no exception to the rule Jr H Tobacco Must Be Pooled eB thyty Court DayImpor tant Meeting at ex- ington Next Wednes day April 24 COUNTY LOCALS MEET NER NEXT MONDAY riaington CountyAt a meeting of th Executive Committee held in Lexing ington on Thursday April 4th 1907 the following being present C S Williams Stanley Prewitt K B Thomas J R Bascom G W McMillen and C Lebus it was unanimously agreed that a full board meeting be called to meet Wednesday April 24th 9 a m at The Phoenix Hotel in Lexington Ky be ing the day before the Barbecue so that we will get through in time to attend the barbecue You must work every day and insist that each Precinct Chairman put in every possible moment toward sect g gPrecinctas he should then get someone else to canvass the precinct and report it accordingly to the full board meeting Be sure and call in all of your pled gas and have them copied in book form and bring the pledges and book Lexington April 24th 1907 for by tha ptty will make the worst showing Workwith pride Work hard Won now Work tomorrow Work tit April 24th and make the best showing cCLARENCE President Burley Tobacco Society Notice to County Locals Next County Court day the A S of E Locals of this county or represen tatives from every local are earnestly requested to meet at the court house in Springfield Important business to s be attended to and it is necessary presente as P effort will oe made to have the meeting addressed by HPn- CampbellCantrell of Scott county Rally of Fenwfck Local The A Sof E Local at Fenwick will hold a rally at that place tomorrow Thursday night It is expected that a large crowd will be present andwprofitable and pleasant meeting heldw Hon W F Neikirk will deliver the address of the evening besides there will be short talks by members of the local The meeting will be enlivened by a band of music Everybody in vited Interesting QuestionM ankfort Ky April 15A motion to dissolve a temporory injunction brought up before Judge Barker fro questionsign tobacco of his tenant or his part of the crop to the American Tobacco havingnbeen pledged to the American Society of Equity was an interesting case here this morning The case was the Woodford County Board of Control against the American Tobacco Company V F Ziegler agent P H Kimbrough the tenant pledged his tobacco to the Society of Equity Reynolds the landlord sought to r sell couirt granted the injunction Judge Barker called in the whole court to hear the motion Louis Nuckols David Thorn ton and T L Edelen anjLJ L Blan ton appeared as After thsstatement of thecase a continuance for two weeks was granted in order that Attorneys W C McChord and John Allen might appear and that certain papers might lie perfected l y LI Dr Smock and the West Dr SJ Smock returned Sunda night from an extensive trip thrpug- tlie west While making this tour of the western world Dr Smock in forms The Sun he saw riany thi that suited his fancy and many thihgs at were not so Pleasan In oth ords he didnt fee anything whi away that touched sides edge toper P bottom bf mY Old Kentucky Home Of course said the doctor vou see a great many fine armsLev- and el wellkept and prosperity1 seems to be smiling upon the people find certainly I dont object to those t ingsBut the trouble with that country is thi You dont have anybody to pat you o the back and say Hello dpc How are pigEht u making it any how Im glad to se you certain and thatswhat 1 don like about that country Guess Ill stay ght here in Kentucky BurkseMrs Nannie Bunks died home at Manton Monday alher x y ears She had been ill rat months of a complication s and her death came as no Surprise friends and loved ones Funeral services were conducted at the St Rose Catholic church yesterday morning ter which the body was interred in t St Rose cemeteay The deceased was a member of the Catholic church an was an earnest Christian woman usband er h who was well and favorably known in this county died several years ago Mrs Burks leaves several rown children and a host of friends to her death and to these sorrowing ones The Sun extends sympathy Marriage Announcement Announcement is made of the mar riage of Mr Wm L Cambron n of this lace to Miss Ida B Hamilton of Wednesday barfpublishk d ce 1st Sunday morning The marriage ceremony will be performed in harles t church in Marion county The ride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Len Hamilton Mr Hamilton beinsr one of Marion countys prominent farmers and is a popular and attractive young lady Both Mr Cambron and Miss Hamilton have many frien s in this county who extend congratulations in advance of the event Wets Win at Paris Kentucky jParis Ky AprilllThe local option campaign in Paris which has for years been the only wet spot inBourbon county came to a close tonight when the wets rolled up a substantial majority of 282 i The campaign has been marked by a great deal of feeling and was bitterly ontested All day long bands of rim sic followed by women and children paraded the streets Prayer meetings ere hel don the streets church bells ere rung and every effort made to inflaence the vote but the wets ha the call and got in their vote early There was nodi order of any kind The race was especially interesting trom the fact that this is the home ofto Bourbon whisky Hundreds of visitors May vill Lexington Cynthian- t Sterling Carlisle and other Ce tral Kentucky towns were here as spe tators It was the most s renuo camp Ag ever known in Paris Disagreeds After many weary hours of delibera tion the jury in whose hands the fate of Harry K Thaw on trial for murder in New York rested came into court Friday of last Week hoPeleFSlYdivide and announce to Justice Fizger a that there wad no possible chance of reaching an agreement It isi understood that the jury was absolutely deadlocked seven being for a verdict of murder in the first degree and five for an acquittal on the ground pf insa pity It is also announcebyyia member of the jury uriwritten law so called had no part in their deliberation Thaw now faces a long in prison as he will Inot tried again until the October term court if at h11and District Attorney Jerome has announced that ne will strenuously opposed any application for bail r young hMenln Troubles leOne Rqsed As a Gpv ernment Life Insur ance Agent and the Other Obtained Mon Wrongfullyn THE LATTER RELEASED fORM LARGEt A young man named Baker whose home is said to be at Lancaster came to Springfield last Wednesday and it is alleged represented himself to be a Government Insurance Agent His scheme is one which sounds plausable to the ignorant It is said he went too quite a number of old negro soldie here and represented to them that th government wants to insure the live thhee of their famIles and of coursed he required a sum of money for his trouble He did not succeed in insuring any one in Springfield and hired a horse and buggy from Wharton Tapp last Monday afternoon an went to Willisburg where he resume his operations He told Wharton Tap that he would return to Spring field Tuesday morning At Willisbur it is alleged that he went to the Nom of an old negro man named Henry Paddock and informed Paddock that h was a United States detective and that he Paddock was wanted for selling whisky illegally but offered compromise with the old negro for Paddock became very much alarm and produced a five and ten dollar bill The old negro was unable to read th denomination of the bills and he hand ed both to young Baker telling him to keep the 500 Instead of keeping th five dollar bill it is claimed that he kept the ten From Willisburg it i thought the young man went to Lancaster He was accompanied from here Louis Kelly who it js believed kne nothing of the strangers criminal in tentions City Marshal Grace at work on the case Settled Out of Court H D Potter a young man re resenting the Eclipse Paint Co of Cleve land Ohio was arrested in Louisville last Friday by City Marshal Grace on a warrant sworn out by Mr Moss proprietor of the Walton Hotel charging him with obtaining money camde here two or three weeks ago and stopped at the Walton After remaining here several days he asked Mr Mos endorse a draft which he lied made upon his house at Cleveland through produnc a he d hiusm to upon amount But it developed that Potter had already drawn upon his house for the above amount and it is alleged that he forged another telegram and upon the strength of this succeeded in getting the money Potter went to Louisville last Friday week and stopped at the Louisville Hotel where he was arrested H e Jailidwas communicated with and at once dis patched the money to pay Mr Moss and ail other bills that Potter had left unpaid and thus the matter was settl putt of court The charge against the young man was avery serious one and had th case come to trial it is likely he w uldI have been compelled to serve a term i prison To all appearances Potter is Peoplofantly The Sun six- t Bowling The bowling team known as the Glen Lily of this city bowled the Lebanon team known as the Tailormadeson the Early Owl alleys this city lust evening defeating them three successive games Springfield won all three games easily as will be seen by the score The contest was witnessed by quite a number of nthusiasts Following is the score LEBANON AILORMADES1st = rdf114McElroy140MontgomeryDuboner 170 106 136 Total 690 636 656 SPRING FlED G141LILY irlst 2nd ird Waters u167 122 130 Campbell 159 178 198 Allen 160 146 161 Greene 174 165 129 Reed1119 191 127 Total 779 802 145 OLD RFSIDFNT Countyrs NewsHome in Union County Uniontown 15 Mr SundSpringfield Ky Hear Sir As the Springfield Sun finds a most hearty welcome in the home of the writer and andeing mightFerhaps oldespending a night with him in the near future at istp new say theedoyer l fu1d aecoup3 has got her share of fine land and Is writeer very as the it Washsremain a pleasing remembrance- Uniontown i jfs beautifully situated on aboutwnatural Statelandbeautiful he thinks it could not be out done for scenery Tlie writer spends most of his spare time laying snares for the finny tribe and as fishing is in favor just now he has been quite fortunate of late and hopes to a bran new fish story for the editor in the near future 1 have a bit of interesting news for your valuable piaper the marriage of Wilnliams of this city The bride is she attractive daughter of Martin Spald WashmgtonI issone progressive business men and is editor of one of the best papers published in southwestern Kentucky His marriage was quite a surprise to his friends Mr Williams is deserving you man and has quite a brilliant future before him As I have to draw this letter to a close I have a suggestion to make to the editor I hope to be pardoned for the liberty However I would suggest that he would let no news from the Bear Wallow neighborhood escape him and I insist that your correspondent at McIntire and Bear Yellow continue to furnish your paper with the hqPpearings of the neighborhood Witb best wishes GVESS To Be Installed As Pastor edRev R E C Lawson will bein stalled Pastor ot the Springfield Pres morningeat s ers questionsn anaW the pas lewrsermon and will fleliyer the charge tutne con gregatHHK The publta hvfted to attend vfrit t- 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APIL 17 1907 r MR BRYAN For a Southerner For the Demo cratic Nomination Forr President lLThe folbwing editoral appeared in last weeks issue of The Commoner There is considerable talk just now of a southern candidate for the presi 11dencysouthern candidate should not be considered upon the same basis as candi dates from the Northern states The time has passe when the sectional a gument is effective In the St Lou convention of 1904 Mr Bryan insisted that Senator Cockrell though a confederate soldier would poll more votes than the northern candidate whose position upon public questions was i doubt or whose position if known w out of harmony with the opinions the members of his party By all means tet the southern statesmen be considered let them stand side by side with their northern brethren and let the choice fall upon the man who no matter where he lives best represents the aspirations of the part demoIcurged merely because he comes from the north or the south or from tt e east or from tip west Local pride is a very much o inia campaign Comparatively few deckspublic questitmiion that basis Ne York ln iana being doubtf states for many years claimed t candidates on jhe ground that local popularity would turn the moveIxnentsThe New York Sun is the late it champion of aI southern man and its desire for a sputhern candidates is based not upon his fitness to serve the people but upon his dithe meaning which to the word conservatism is well under stood It insists that the south should present a candidate who is opposed to Rooseveltism Roosevelt having acquired popularity by the of several democratic doctrines as railroad regulation trust prosecu democraticjparty should at once repudiate these things which have given the president popularity and seek the support of the financiers whom the president has offended This was the very argument that was made at St Louis in 1904 We were told that the president was very unpopular with Wall street a that a safe and sane candidate who h the confidence of the business elemei would be able tq finance his campaign in Wall street antf win an easy victory The party tried It and that bait will JLetupon their merits Let them be brought forward as champions of de ocratic ideas and they will find the north ready to listen Papers like the Sun have overworked the conservatism of1 the south Gpv Hpke Smith of Georgia won his campaign by attack irig railroad influence politics and by demanding regulation Governor CroI mer won his fight in Alabama ale the same lines Governor Campbe- of Texas made speeches in favor railroad regulation which would brat him as an anarchist according to the Suns definition of anarchy Here are three recent victories in three neat southern states which promiI show that the masses of the south a theJctne north There are many democra fdemocraticalland it papers like the Sun do not mention them for such papers have no more Interest in a southern man who is re t ly democratic than have in a jcausepredatory wealth Their praise damnst any man upon whqm they lavish it and their opposition compliments those who are honored with it The south furnishes most of the elecs total votes of the democratic party hi it ages pot furnisha majority of tbeI Chamberlains 1 It to Cough Remedyjest It The Childrens Favorite CORES dough Colds Croup andIPWhooping Cough This remedy la famous for iu cures oyerh palwaiegiven or otbor harmful drug and mar be u confidently to a baby M to an duUpPrice 25 eta Largo Size 50 0 democrati voters In 1896 New York cast 551COO democratic Votes more than Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana and Mississippi combined Pennsylvania cast 433000 democrativotes or more than Ken tucky ari Virginia combined Ohio cast 478000 democratic votes or more CarolinaI465 000 democratic votes marly 100 000 m9re than Texas These figures ofla a matter to the whole country and in selection it is not fair that one sec tion should be slighted or that another section only should be considered There are democrats in every state in theyisthey are none the less deserving ot consideration Democratic platforms should be made and democratic candi dates should be selected with a view ton strengthening the partys position all tqfment of the party Let us enter the next convention with an eye single to the partys good remembering that the party can advance its interests only bV advancing the inI chYmanbes e or portion of the union but with a de sire to select candidates who voice the fsentiment of the rank and file of th party anHwho if elected will stwevhecandidate be from the south If the manepresents the most available man le him be from the east If the west can furnish the Jnost available man let him be from the west The real democrat from any section will poll more votes in any other section than one whose emocracy is certified to by Wall street whose iniquities have so aroused the public that even many republicans are trying to cet away from their infill ViAMERICAN WOMEN Are Now Free From Insult When Traveling In Cuba thatadntnthe Island of Cuba and unless under direct military surveillance they were liable to attack and bodily harm when outside of big cities So when I determined mate the trip over that Island In state of revolution and make It alopebelng a woman many withmwrites Mrs C R Miller In Leslies Weekly miThere may be people who do not like Havana Its Its clean streets Its fascinating shops and Its attractive zfea but they must be counted nm rig the pessimists who find fault with ring and every condition In beautifulIlgoing1dpoor In many instances my camera must have appeared Impertinent as I photographed the natives after I had literally held them up In a manner inr0r nothing but kindness and courtesy from both Span croakisthen the temper of the people will be quite different So on I went stop byia theauntIes whose Jargon was as Intelll to me as the moaning of the sea not even the semblance of insult noticeable Several times I was only woman on the train and I met few English speaking people At Camaguey 1 never saw a white woman on the street except one night when the band played on the plaza and dui uegroesto For days I wandered alone through the narrow trookedstreets of the old town making pictures of whatever caught my fancy secretly hoping for some excitement and that the Amen can flag t be torn down In my or hilt I might at least beihootedat as fa detested Americano never occurred so I went from town town alone and unprotected doing exactly as I pleased with a sense of security not t n some large titles of f the United Suites oujstarted for Santiago Here it was pre dieted I would certainly meet with re units and per lnps worse This town was assert d contained the rough and mos lawless clement of the island Her rebellions were hatched here the hatred of the American was most Intense nil it was beyond com to i certain class that an American wornn could go about alone this city VjVlth all these harrowing res passlnic In my mind and read- lug at the tlnlo an American newspa jcontalnlng in flashing headlines a or special dispatch from Washington that Ibo 1Unlt Iiuli SanUag J tar thousandIarrhedhi that dreadful town nt 11 roughlookingnegro hotpl runner secured n carriage and ordered the driver to drop me at the j ITheclerk of the hotel had retired A dim light was burning over a little prerailedof the fountain that was running In the patio In a few minutes the negro runner appeared and two or three noisy American men were with Irini Here Is your room lie said opening n door lust off the dining room Bn coos noches good night As the elec triclty of Cuban hotels is usually turn ed off after 11 oclock I lighted a can dle And found the room had one barred window Iobklng Into the patio and be sides the door lendIng Into the lining room there was another which con ncc lth the parlor There was no either so with doors un j0 tclltjvent to bed and sledt as p ns I have ever slept m my ow Indeed such was mj exI p lromhout Cuba I i ever locked my bedroom door eltlier dtv or nlsjut except in Havana and even then the key hung on the rack near by My trunk was never closed yet nptivefi a hatpin was disturbed I was not In a single Instance over WhentC wtllchfirledtatted by the clerk gild I was given the correct exchange to the penny In necesesary to take long drives to the points of interest This I did In In aeof the middle class lIe was er on the alert as to my wishes and ways delighted when I asked him to dress up a picture by posing at some particular point My tips amounted to practically nothing which Is all the riotton or ns sumo a superior haughty manner as some Americans have done My expe rience demonstrates that tiny well be hayed Amerlcnn man or woman is au solutely safe in any part of Cuba today Severe Theatrical Criticism Theatrical criticism is severe in A prominent actress says one evening while she was play- Ing there two bombs were thrown on the stage Brain Ticklers Elizabethtowri News A new cigar becauseIHarriman It was unfortunate that the Taft was launched in Ohio just before the heavy frost Money is a drug bn the New York market at one per cent It never was so cheap before INo matter what happens in this month the good weather we had in Marchcannot betaken away Ed Grume has bought a 75QO Jersey cow and he is trying to engage to sell thirty pounds of butter a w ek froipT her hapIe City Marshal They say John Rockefellers income is 198 every tim the clock ticks and that he keeps the Clock oikio spat nEwer misses a tic x About one fou th of the K entucky editors are either unday school teach ers or Sundaysch ol scholars and they are no worse edito s for that tlJebacknot From her head gear we dnt know whether she is comin orI gwine Senator Whyte of Maryland has de fended ejghtythree murder cases an has ev rlost one He is eightytwo years old and has just won This last case His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Elec tric Bitters writes WB Brunson o Dublin Ga She pas taken them for eaccellenappetite t Thats the way El ctric Bitters resultsfollow s and general debility Weak puny Chil bythemHaydonRobertson Shoesgoo PARSTo theI H SALE is NOW ON AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIE ALL ARE SOLD Can give you some remarkable getChoice Geo B = TaylorA r t OpportunitySweethearts I tt youvelongedyoung lady with a lovely diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if + the ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it it IJAS GRAVES III JItJ +T + ++ 81 illil 81 EEE li l THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL 4 ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest- time and smallest expense and prepares theyoung people for the best positi9nsjCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS n complete course in and most uptodate system of Actual Practise Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions many more callS than graduates S dayGeton 4 write direct to the school 11035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 4 II 1 t B DI LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE I goodbarn15 per acre goodthouse and church Price 40 per acre V No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow iiv7l v60 peracre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield timber oakash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered briehalf mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10lOS acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 pr acre tNo 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 intineoofndwellingbottomlandroomdwellingbarns cow house two tenant houses two good wells of icehousedwellingtwotimber plenty of grass tine orchard 30 an acre inSpringfield milesfromNo 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 r milefof water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of hot ttom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling barnQQx60Y4ar fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard weU fenced8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 rilefromacre easy payments NO 30 115J acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six hqusefineprice 4500 per acre No 31135acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pjke good offineNo 325 acreaSJ miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 fromBardstowp smallbarnpaintedmachinety Price 60 per acre All limestone land wellfencedty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will PlentyofNo 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre barnholds71mitesacre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fencedand watered good land good grass and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 milesfrommilkhousemulesBuggyperacreSpringfieldgoodwatered plenty of ocust posts Price 3000 peracre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of tobaccolanddwellingsonetobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 SpnngfieJplenty tobacco land good stockbarnplenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church Price 3250 per acreiNo b082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 locusttmiles from a depots 50 per acre No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloonfield on good pike in countywastelandastablerestinNo 63A good investment in city property on Manx street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues I dwellingtobacconoted in one of the best neighbor1oodsin county One of the bestcounty Whole raise tobacco 75 peracre ImD Lake Springfield 818 818 818 1 ifHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY ARPIL 17 19Oi J J 4 N Lakes Overflowersi 1IVoafromJ pike barnnewstoukNo 57T163 acres 3 miles North of Mackvilleon Willisburg pike andplentyk No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room Dwelling 8 t fineorchard I Price 30 per acre i No 60r330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 1 4 offruitplenty of tobacco land Price 15000t virginsoiland buggy house old stock barn ood fence 75 acres of tobacco landIIacres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock ichoolandNo 63lS0 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike plentyoffarms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre J No 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield j on Mackville pike barnuof fine tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Price 25 per acres undergoodroof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts peracresNo 66 =156 acres 8 miles from Springfield J mile from pike 4 timber20 per acre No 67200acres7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 stockbarn75 acres of fine tobacco lapd Some timber Price 35 per acre velrfencedPrice 60 per acre t oftimberNo 70144k acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres sometimber rI B D LAKES al tin giieldJ Estate Agent Ky f + a ++ + + Panceo Y Boy Will make the season of 1907 at my stable one W 1 IAt8004 ND t SUCK ty zs a blaze face and +one stocking Ightyearold this spring16 hands high andwill + + weigh 1100 is best isposition hor a Iever handled Z ffidamCouncellor Wathens Fancy Boy by Gains Denm rk first by Seal the second Gains Denmark by Sumpter Denmark GEORGEBy Nelse Royaltys Old George damiYUUNU by Royalty of Joe I assure public that this is the best young Draft Horse in the county 800 TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK At the same time an3 place I will stand three as good mule Z Jacks as this country affords at 7 Services of both horses and Jacks due when colt is foaled mare parted with or bred elsewhere Lien retained on all colts until 1i season money is paid Care taken to prevent accidents and es W capes but not responsible should any occur 4i For further information call on or address aTs 4 W L GRAHAM Cardwell Ky w ti a + 1t Vain Birds The following extraordinary article was published in the Owensboro In dispatchDiligent us the jdentity of Johnny and Willy Smith Neither have we been able to find any one who knows pf any circum stances such as are depicted in the dispatch We give it for what it is worth neither denying or affirming Johnny and Willy Smith report an unusual find while out hunting near their home It appears that some months ago a moven broke a largeI mirror and not desiring to further left it by the road side Some Billy Bo C 7years1olStone Clover mare Will make the season at the old placeon the Willisburg and Sharpsville turnpike three miles from atGaOO To Insure a Living Colt At the same time and place I will also stand my fine Jack at 6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT He is 15 hands high and is one of the best Jacks ever m the county Money due when mare ij parted with or bred elsewhere Alien retained on all colts until season ispaid Richard Riley person thinking to take it home and make use of iti had carriedapparently it awhile through and nad reconsidered arid set it down near the banks of a small streams leaning it against a treeJA part of the mirror was broken but the body of it remained unhurt It appeared that the bright glass had the attention of the Birds especially sparrows When discovered there were at least a hun dred birds singing dancing and prancing around before the glass Blackbirds jays blue birds mocking bird and tomtits were there but the spar rows were in the ascendency in num ber All around the glass and for several yards in front of it were all kinds of dead birds in profusion and the live birds were prancing around o the unfortunatelead just as if it wer the grounp men broke the glass to pieces and scared the birds away The were of the opinion that the birds attracted the gla q and noticing their reflection in it made all effort possible tv get to the birds on the other side and that they walked up and down in front of the glass and remained there Until they literally died of starvation trying to reach the other side The men say there must have been some two bushels of sparrows be sides dozens of other birds that inhabit this immediate country Among them they noticed three magnificent specimens of the red bird and one crow i A Criminal on an inpfFensiyej AttackImade in that tul e called the a x ts gener ipllt1OnNew Life Pills re ulate the liver pr vents appendiciti and establish regu- Haydon A Modern as p Poultry Farml L ff 7W By Frederick J Haskln in CourierJournal L OnethalfmJleto Americas greatest poultry farm So reads the sign which confronts the travelerwhen he alights from the train at a little village in the mountainous anthracite region of Penn sylvania As we traversed the winding road that led to the farm my guide told me all about the remarkable rise of the poultry industry He said that the American hen under the careful guidance of the poultry fancier had developed possibilities as a wealthpro ducer that were formerly unheard of Thinkof selling eggs at thirtyfive cents each he said which is more for one egg than a dozen ordinarily sell for In reply Itomy inquiry if he so d very many at that rate he said Yes indeed we sell hundreds of dozensdt that price eyery season We are sending orders to Panama Australia South llpartsfor hatching purposes We do not get so much tor table eggs but we supply the latter in large quantities We have a contract for furnishing a large hotel in New York 600 dozen every week We also have a contract to supply a big firm in New York with 3000 dozen every week to be retailediin its gro cery department the largest contract eyer attempted in this country more in fact than anyone firm could possibly provide from the eggs laid by its own hens We have buyers out who gather a large portion of the supply from the farmers of the neighborhood The farm consists of eightytwo acres The buildings and yard of the immense plant cover over thirtyfive acres and the amount offloor space under roof is a little more than 112000 square feet In addition to being the largest it is one of the bestequipped plants ever built in this country or abroad It is lighted by electricity heated by steam and watered by a system of pipes which are fed by an immense living well on the premises h yetytHingabout the place is conducted ona wholesale basis There is a root and vegetable storehouse where tlifjisands of bushels of beets carrots turnips cabbage etc are stored away every fall for winter use This house is built below the level of the ground to protect its Contents from frost In one of the buildings there is an im mense foodcooker which will hold a thousand gallons It is two stories high being loaded from above arid emptied from below Several barrels of fresh meat and bones are dumped in at once the door bolted down and a pressure of seventy poundsof steam turned into it for thirty minutes at the end of which time the entire substance meat bone and all is reduced to soup Mule meat is used almost exclusively in making this broth The farm is in the center of the anthracite coal district so that aged and lame animals or those killed by accident are easily obtainable Th soup matte from the flesh of the mulas ALive WireV wiresconnecting some part of the body with the brain They are so numerous that if you pene LliLLC the skipwith the point of a needle a nerve isncomeefrom a pressure strain or in jury to a nerve the more prom incnt the nerve the greater the pain When the pain comes from a large nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerves or the heart stomach sciatic or other prominent nerve branch To stop pain then you must relieve the strain orl pressure upon the nerves r Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do this suffered Intense pain caused by neuralitia I doctored and used vari ous medicines without ncttlujj relief until I began taking Dr Niles AntiPain They did me mote good than alt the medicines I ever used They never tall to cure my headaches and their use never leaves any bad ftclfTtCt9hIPg at BECKMAN 4th St airle Pft Dr Miles AntiPain Mils are sold by druggist who will guarantee that ethe first pr gc will benefit If falls he will money 25 doses 25 centsJcvcr sold In ItI Miles Medical Co Elkhart s used toV mix with the the young fowls fOOdlOf Water is never mixed w from the time they leave the incubators until they are sent to market They Soulfrom betterfood of bread are ifed to the growing fowls They consume from 600 to 1000 loaves daily Shell ik chased by the carload and grotlnd machinery on the premises Thbfood is carted about the place ond littl throughtheis built on trestles so as not to injure or disturb the young fowls The killing house where the p ultr is dressed for the market has floors that incline toward the r ar wrlllso that all water blood etc 1 YbJeas ily drained off after a days the height of the season the men o to work at 3 oclock in the morniugThe live birds are brought to the klllin house in the carS of the tramway Th jcom i4lten t the entire length of one side of th building Each operator has a windoi- to afford him plenty of light her are scalding vats feather bins co fin troughs dripping racks packing benches feather presses billing desks hallringscalestrivances so that thousands of bird ca be turned out with a speed that seem incredible The manner in which the eggs are taken care ofis a departure The far merswife generally gathers them i her apron puts them away in any for of receptable that happens to be enWy andclose at hand and after they have accumulated sufficiently to make it worth while packs them in branor saiidust and takes them to the village store A new and novel plan is in effect at this big farm There are 2000 in the laying department The pail ffoinlcollcctejtheare in tissue paper frappednicetxes holding a dozen each are that if bit qebrcook af he prepares the Goclock meal for guests in a New York hotel Ii Part of the business of the pl consists of supplying young ducks a chickens to summer hotels clubs hilt class restaurants steamship lines fin J market dealers who cater to the bjsit trade of the big cities These broilers krten250 An Irishman has the reputatio i inteJ the Pat came oVe r from the old country as a stowaw y got a job on a duck ranch mad study of the life and habits of the fowll and nqw he is a recognized authority on thelscience of producing fine spe i all sorts of trick about tfie business For Instance jqs hIputsinto the market with Pats little tir trademark sticking In their bills the dealers always pay more than the market price tor them If Pat ever makeup his mind to go back to Ireland h wont have to go as a stowawayI Ducks are more difficult to raisp than chickens because they are so cowardly The difference between the two is no ticeablc from the start When a num Ibdrof chickens are liberated from th they walk boldly out in th light and begin a critical survey oij their surroundings Ducklings will peer timidly out of the incubators become alarmed ab the strange sights their young eyes behold for the first time make a dash for the darkest corner available It takes considerable coaxing to get them to yenture out and make a start for themselves and ft frow1thqirtheir pen they rush pell men tjo the opj polite side and pile upon each other several feet deep A1 a result of such a scare there will always bb several dead ducks and a number of crippled onus It is estimated a duck loses in 4tti arR weight every time it is frightened so it is a matter of good business to keep strangers away from their pens and fewvisitors are allowed to go there One of the best ways to get a flock of ducklings to venture out and forage for themselves is to put a little chicken among them They are quick to follow a leader and when young Mr Chicken who is not afraid leads off the ducks are right after him They improve their habits and get better manners from as sociating with the chickens but they never outgrow their timidity Alight has to be kept burning in their pensall night and the keepers go through at areduntil the vivid imiginatlon of one of them Conjures up something at vhich to get scared He will sound an alarm and too panic which follows is something terrible Ducks are very fond of the men who feed and care for them but any other breathing thing causes them to go to pieces rd thehprogressed to such an extent that there are more machinemade fowls than those who owe their existence to the watchful care of old biddy their nat toYthey stagger out of the incubators with barely enough strength to toddle ofnwho have to face life with ofeear they seem to get noteon account of never having known their feeding time comes the keep dhave a peculiar call which neyer beauvdirectionecallga whirring noise of a hawks wiiTgs In suddenlygthan it takes to tell it by sounding this soonsto on enemy of the young chickens and duck lings is the rat but ferrets are kept on the place and the loss from the depredations of the rodent are small Easilytand the way Is very simple says the New York Herald Dip a piece of com luon string in alcohol and squeeze It reasonably dry Then tie the string tightly around the glass on the line of cutting Touch n match to the string and let It burn off The heat of the glassYplunge the glass under water letting the arm go well under to the elbow so there will be no vibration when the gloss Is struck With the free hand strike the glass outside the line of cut ting giving a quick sharp stroke with any long flat instrument such as a stick of wood or a Jong bladed knife and the cut will be as clean and Btracutas If roadeby a regular glass cutter How to Choose Fish In selecting fish remember that Jt should be firm to the toWh If pressed risedImpression leCtt fish Is fresh the eyes are bright the gills red and the scales not off In choos Ing lobster rasllYrubbed take the tall and pull the body It It Is elastic and springs back the lob liter Is fresh How to Pest Heat of Ovens To test the heat of the oven have piece of white paper and place It In paperL forLyellow cakes may be naked and If only light yellow sponge calves And biscuits may be set In the oven Chestnut Dare is a sorrelstallion 7 years olJ 16 hands one inch high a large handsome saddle and harness horse with size style bone finish substance and conformation This horse proved a successful show horse last summer winning 14 ties out of 15 shows His colts won first ands conl1 ties over all compdtitqrs at our last fair defeating the unbeaten Castleman colt of the Blue Grass circuit Not one of his three seasons of colts have ever been defeated b a cqlt sired by a Washington county orseVEight of his colts of last season sold at weanlings from 100 to 150 the highest prictd lut of colts eyerrsold at same age by anyhorso owned or farmed in the county f I Happy Beau 1495 This fine saddle and harness stallion mystabletown pike three miles from Frederick fromSpringfield t 1 O TO INSURE A LIVING COLT servicefeeor when the mare is with Care taken to prevent accidents but not re sporsible should any occur byBeaubyHappvret ChiefVHappy Beau is a dark chestnut sorrel fiveflatfootedties as any horse of his age Has ne mane and tail and fine le and action and has proven r himself to be a fine breeder Perfectly gentle to handle in very Recently sold one twoyearoldcolt of Happy Beau for 325 Also at the same time and place the fine mule Jack N DEWYBy Gladstone Dam by Gov Woodsy AT SEVEN DOLLARS Conditions the same as above DEWEY is a dark brown Jack 14 3 finelengthsear and has himself to be a flrst class breeder Another young Jack 2yearsold past 15 hands serve about twenty mareS at 8 Mares or Jennetts pastured for two dollars per month S B NALLY Death of Hon J W Muir Kentucky Standard Hon Jasper W Muir died at his residence in the suburbs ot Bardstown yesterday morning aged 84 years About three years ago Mr Muir suffered a stroke of apoplexy and from this he never fully recovered He spent the past winter in Louisville with his daughter Mrs Robert J Hagan returning to Bards fown a short time ago Shortly before leaving tor this place his condition became worse and after reaching here he rapidly sank to deathVIn early manhood Mr Muir wedded Miss MaryrWickliffe of this place By this union there are four living children namely Messrs Nat Wand Charles W Muir of Bardstown J t Hal Muir of Bloomfield and Jasper W Muir of Hodgenville These sons with the exception of Mr Charles Muir who is a prosperous farmer are engaged ift the banking business Mrs Muir died in 1867 A number of years subser quently Mr Muir married Mrs Florida Talbott who with three children sur vives The children are Mr Joseph Muir and Mrs Mary Muir Hagan of Louisville snd Mr Henry Muir of Bardstown r Sun and Herald 2 IR I ChestnutDareA JDaredalnbyBrinkersTheChester Dares are recognized by all to be not only the t but OlSeSipKentuckysum of a great sire 1wish to state that recently I was offered twice as much money for him soldfortttalU9nbrooowners of good mares to patronize film so I can be justified hi this cantbeatL2Q to Insure a Living ColtI Still have t my Horse LEXINGTON PRINCE to wand ph1O and my same TWO JACKS at 10 und t- 34a B B1 LEACHMANR- JIg II B = B C3 IIi a I 4 THE SPRINGFIELP SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1907 IJ LTJTIT A Nice ICE PropositionFrom the Springfield Water and Electric Light Company The Company will handle its own Ice during the coming Season and will sell it so cheap that all people will be able to use it dur ing the summer ki ICE will be Retailed at 5Oc A HUNDRED and Gupon books of 500 and 1000 pounds will be issued c a These books will be sold for CASH but a discount of 5 and 10 per cent will be given This method will reduce your ice bill toa very nominal figure and will place this necessity within reach of all ICE WILL BE DELIVEREDi AiOff YOUR HOUSIIs During the next 90 days The Springfield Water and Electric Light Co will wire houses at cost of labor and njaterialGuardo against firesbyusing electric lights The new plant will soon be in operation and the company will furnish the very best of lights The Springfield Water and Electric Light Company 4 MIUII SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKymai as secondclassmatter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION lcBIxMonthsThree Months 5 changedhraya youtrfa1rDEMOCRATIC TICKET For SenatorJ C W Beckham HagerFoiTrim ble l BpsworthForFor Secretary of StateHubert Vrefe land For SChoolsijoFor Attorney GeneralJohn K Hend rick For Commj AgricultureJW For Clerk of Court of AppealsJ B Chenault ANNOUNCEMENT Rogers Gore is a candidate for State Senator from the fifteenth Senatorial Washingtonthe action of the Democratic party Some people contend that a fanner has no right to set a price upon his products but this ab surd contention comes from that class of people who are profiting because the farmer allows others to put the price upon what he cultivates and produces If anybody in the world is competent to judge as to the value of corn oats hay wheat tobaccoetc it is the man who perspires under Gods shining sun in producing these things The market ma nipulator oi the large city may think that a bushel ai wheat is worth no more than hoc and a pound of tobacco no more than 5c or 6c but let him get out and tickle the soil for a briet perjod let him weed the rows and worrri the tobaccoslet him bend his back and hump himself through one day of drudgery and hell tell you wheat is worth loc a biscuit and tobacco a nickel a thaw Every time a crop is harvested in AmencaT Wall Street becomes richer and the men who cultivate and harvest the crops are no better off in this worlds goods than they were the day the seeds were sown Thereforegentlemen- so ethng is rotten in Denmark something is rotten A negro porter on a Pullman palace car has gained the stinc lion Qf being knocked down by- TomWatson NEW YORK AND KENTUCKY JURIES Mr Delmasspeech before that jury of New Yorkers wa ter uoon a ducks walas was like pleaching to the Al though it was forcibly delivered a masterful effort it had no weight with the jurors There is just about as much sentiment in thereisattorney undertakes to sway a New York jury With pathos sentiment and teats he wastes his tim and energies They must have facts roof that the life of the man who did the killing was in danger it the time the deed was cometNothingIelse goes Members of that Thaw jury say through the news papers that they did not consid er the past life of White the murdered irian they did not dwell for one moment upon the fact that he enticed young girls to his den ofiniquity and deb them that in their auchedI reacha verdict facts and law were considered Ordinarily a jury of that sort is to be commended but there are cases in which unwritten law ought to be resorted to That beastly besmirches virtue destroys outcasts of vo leaves a black homesjakes in his pathway lThesanctity and woe be untD the libertiner who worms Himself into a south ern home and leaves a track of slime The womanhood oil the South is greater than the S uth itselfgreater than the world Fortyone years ago she met the maimed remnant ofa Southern army as it wenjded its way through the bipodstained debris of the battle field and touching the battered brows of the boys in gray with lips of love she said Come we will build a home and plant a rose and live for Love and God And the strong arm of the manhood of tlie South will strike down with a mighty blow the brute who would offer insult orinjury to the daughters of this noble race of womenMr Delmas is a great lawyer brilIliantmen1 That NeW York jury of New Yorkers cou nt be moved or touched or rno keyed with in the regions of the heart Mr Delmas speech before a jury qf Kentuckians would have produced Iraweeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth In the breast of every Kentuckian there is born a desire to see the mon ster who despoils womanhood slain as a snapping cur is stain ground into the earth asa poison ous reptile i Dr Ira Landrith in an address before a Y M C A convention at Madisonville declared that a map ought to be ashamed to go seventyyears account and the doctors bills of the average man indicates that he lis making a very st enuous effort save himself th4 embarrass ment of going to heaven until Old Father Time dries him up and blowshim away Harry Thaw has dismissed Mr Delmas and a New York jury may dispatch Harry next No vember Count Boni de Castilane in a newspaper article says New York society shocks him If New York society shocks Boni what Twill become of the poor old devil when that 400 invades his rendezvous in the regions below Certainly it will be a trying tim e for him Anything that shocks the Counts modesty would throw his Satanic Majestyinto a nervous fit Lots of mir respected fellow citizen of America who are wearing fine clotheand diamonds ought to be wearing stripes and balls andchains The courts of the nation find it a very easy matter to send a mant to prison who steals a sack of flour but it is almost impossible to convict a man who steals sev eral sacks A Texas woman has discovered a sure cure for snake bites and the State of Texas is very much interested in the discovery In Kentucky the opposite condition exists we have the sure cure but we cant discover the snakes Harry Thaw in our opinion ought to have been acquitted for the sake of pure womanhood but the disagreement of the jury standing as it did seven for the death penalty and five for acquit tal furnishes a valuable lesson to the sons of rich parents It is a reminder that there is danger of the death penalty being in flicted upon a millionaire Our work is not complete until the pool is COMPLETE If the farmers of t the county dont stand together they will fall in bunches rot Since last weeks issue of The Sun President Roosevek and Mr Harriman havent publicly called one another liars A- ing woman out in Illinois is su her husband for a divorce be cause he said Harry Thaw ought to be convicted Every pouoJ of Washington county tobacc ought to be pool ed by next c runty court day April 22 The 1907 crop of tobacco must bVpobled by A rit124 I Pull for the pool Washington county leads thats what we want to hear when the pooling books are to taled at Lexington next Wednesday April 24- Food For Vanity The following from the pen of ex Congressman J M Richardson editor of the Glasgow Times is what James Whitcomb RIley calls food tor van ity and the editor of The Sun hu manlike enjoys it and appreciates it and is glad it was handed to him by such a distinguished Kentuckian but he refuses to partake Mr Rich ardson we are grateful to you Rogers Gore the brilliant editor of the Springfield Sun will be the demo senatefromGood better best Had the whole dis trict been scanned with a searchwar rant no more excellent nomination could have been made The democracy of the fifteenth senatprial district should congratulate itself 11 SpringGoods An Immense Stock carefully selected from the best mar kets of the country You are cordially in yijted to call and exam our large line of Spring and Summer goods Come whether you want to buy or not It will be a pleasure to us to have you examine r our goods Grundy Mdntire JI tMttMt HIGH SCIIOOLZ i NOTES + r As the time approaches when we shall get together our books and bid farewell to school where we have spent so pleasantly and we trust profitably the past nine months we become lazy and apathetic about many things and we are apt to think that the public cares little about us and what we do and the editor of this column is likely to imagine that the readers of The Sun are tired of reading his inane lines for these and sundry other reasons the notes contained in this column may ihavenothing of the freshness that should come in the spring On the other hand we suspect that many things in them from this time on maybe of the vintage of 79 Whether this figure of comparing newt items to Claret or Maderia mellowed with age is permitted since the county has voted dry we do not know but we do know that the comparison is not a happy one as news stales with age while wine adds flavour with the Indeed all odow110uscease hereafter to say anything eitner complementary or derogatory as to the contents of this column The comple mentary remarks we shall leave to any who has sufficient charity to make them to those who have remarks other than kind we desire to say it is a mat ter of regret hut business calls us else wherewhen they begin to speak The base all team is getting back to work and hey will play Bardstown Friday Al good delegation will go over with the boys Two typographical errors were made in the last number that we wish to correct Prof Thompson will attend Butler College and not Benton College as printed The young lady extolled in the poem in the notes should have been Nellie and not WillieI A number of primarys for the tour nament have occurred dnring the last week The writfen spelling for juniors went to Ivor Roberts the Rapid calculation to Ricketts Boulware History to Frank Hard n and Reading for juniors to Katherine Gore The school bowling team rplled a match game against the Glen Lily team the latter team defeating them two out of three games Our boys were in exceptionally poor form and belieye they can come out victor in the next game The members of the team are Prof Colvin Henry Royalty Harry Shultz Prof Hume and Will Waters Harness factory For Sale On April 27th 1907 on the premises in Springfield Ky at 200 oclock we will offer for sale at public out niiE cry a harness manufacturing Establishment The machinery IS goodas new and the stock fresh A good selection of clean hardware We are located in one of the best harness towns in the State and have a good trade that is increasing Investigation will show that our reasons for selling are not for want of business WilVdo welL to investigate Will sell privately We have a good selection of whips 9 fresh from the factory will sell at a close figure BLUE GRASS MFG Co ILi Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending April 17 1907 Thos Blanford Joe Campbell Miss Bessie Crume Miss Caroline Edelen Mrs C 6 Hill John Niekirk Ed Peters Mrs Ella Sanders H S Smith When calling for the above please say advertised and give date W A WATERS Postmaster Quickly Knocked out IGrip weeks ago during the severe both my wife and my whichIlof la grippe with all its miserable symptoms says Mr J S Egleton of Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stopped up eyes and nose running r with alternate of chills and fever We CoughRemedydose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and its liberal use gripSoldBlue Grass IIFarmers and Bree- dersiTake I NoticeI There will be an AUCTION SALE of pure bred Poland IChina bred sows at Murphys Stable 16th and Main Streets Louisville Ky JE i Saturday Apr 27 Beginning at 1230 p m lJyIWrite now for catalogue to either of the undersigned I KyFARMERS1M IndAuctioneers Ky I 1 4 Iif THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDYAPRIL 17 1907 j 5 Complete Is My Stock of Millinery Readto wears Street Oats etc in large num bers Will make you the lowest possible prices TWILLIAMSMILLINERY Dr J1 M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Once in Ha6n Block utf stairs Local News Notes JohnKelly at J L Barbers has for sale a sow and eight pigs r Eggs wanted highest market price n cash Or trade W P Lawrence Screen doors and windows also screen wire all widths in roll at Leachmans furniture sttorel Pictures and picture frames at reduced prices EA Cox Six bars Long Tom soap 2ocat W P Lawrences Creamery butter milk will be deliver ed to you at your home in Springfield at lOc a gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrott or the creamery Two sticks Wiggle Stick blue 5c WP Laivrence You will want a refrigerator this summer Go to Walter Leachmans Furniture store and seehis line before you buy Everybody wants the best and to get the BEST S C B Leghorn chickens you should buy eggs from Miss Sue A Duncan R F D 3 Springfield Ky 100 for 15 eggs Seed potatoes fine stock 100 per bushel W P Lawrence Handsome line of Gocarts and carriages at Walter Leachmans FurriI ture store OFFICE HouitsDr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 af m from 1 to 2 p moHe can from now on be found in his office during these hours CJice roast coffee 1517 18 and 20c at W P Lawrences PAKMS FOR SALEWrlteW T Ewiugilal Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky list of farms and other property for sale He has what you wantIoaThe Electric Light and Water Company will handle its own ice dur ing this season and will commence dtIiveryAprn 1 A suitable office and storage room will be procuredand you are requested to leave your orders with the person in charge Satisfac tier guaranteed FOR SALE A two story business house in thejTotyn of Mackville Ky 24x50 feet w foot shed room full length back yarlIwIth closet 20 inch adjustable shelve g Will sell cheap Direct me at Springfield Kyr- THOS J GRAVES Two 5 cent cans Pride of Store bak ing powder 5 cents W P Lawrence WIRE YOUR HbUSESDuring the- next 90 days The Springfield Water- and Electric Light Company will wire houses at cost of labor and material Guard against firs by using electric inIthe very best of lights ITry my table 8ytup its fine W P Lawrence EGGS FOR SALElGet the best My Brown Leghorns were premium winners at Harrodsburg and Springfield in 1906 White PlymothRocks and white Wy andotts were premiums at Springfield Eggs 75c for15 1A C Kimball LocallIsfor next Saturday Important business is to be attended toand the presence of every member is desired An infant born t6 Mr and Mrs Lu cian Gregory of near town Sunday night ieda short time after birth and its emains were interred Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs Gregory have thu sympathy of all in the Joss of the littl one Mr C nrad Hertlei the enterprising Propriet r of Hertlei S Confectionary has emp oyed a prof ssional gardner and will ngage in tr ck gardening on an exte ive scale this season He will erec a large hot house and promises to furnish the people of Springfield with homemade Vegetables next winter Messrs H C Fer eUandW D Pinkston of Willi sbur were in town last week and called or The Sun These gentlemen inform us t lat The Sparrow and Owl could find lotis to write about if theywoulc spend arveek at Willis burg As soon as the birds come back from New York where they have been attending the Thaw tnal we will send them to Willisburg FIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS MrJ N H Olliver of the Moores ille section has subscribed for five yearly subscrIptIons- to the Springfield Sup He takes one for himself and one for each of his four brothers and sisters who are now living in Texas and Indian Territory Mr Olliyer is one of The Suns best friends and whenever the opportunity affords he alwaysha kind word ft r the paper We are glad to umber him among our best fr ends SAPtON fpRD ITMiss Shehan of tMrsMrs Mame Smith o f near Chaplin is quite ill with the measles at this writingyMr J D Shields was in Taylorsville Monday on Mr and Trent visited thebUSinest Tatters P and Mrs J B Ross of town last Monday and Tuesday Mr and Mrs Perry Ruby spent last Sunday with Mr J D Shields and family Mr and Mrs John H Cheatham visited the latters moth r lastWednes day night Mr Jessie Kays and wife spent last Saturday and Sunday with the latter parents Mr and Mrs Newton Cheat ham of near Fairfield Little Miss Nellie Keeling is spend ing a few days with hei sister Mrs Hugh Crouch of near Chaplin Mr Will Switzer and sister Ada are visiting relatives near Camden Mr Harvey Ross of near String town spent last Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs Fred Trent of Sapton Ford Misses Ada and Olla Switzer spent Monday with Mrs Dora Terrell Rev Maxwell will preach at Indepen dent school house Sunday 1 four oclock Mrs J D Shields and Mrs Fred Trent spent last Sunday evening with Mrs J LSwitzerl M iT lvttaaH + itnMflflM IV M Qk IP m iVingg i i Iof C W Hagan his stock of Groceries the business at thee sames n t Weep For theTracte afrcsh and UptoDatc stock or Everything Goodto Eat Country Produ iWanted AiOfit+ Bring me your laundry I represent the Lebanon Lauhj ttr dry Ask for Fehrs Tonic and all kinds of soft Call for what you want Yours Very Truly + ar i AwPLAwRENcEe W Entertainment i t4 The Saxton Glee Club conducted by Miss Sue Ray will give a musical en tertainment at the Opera House Friday April 26 1907 The Club has done some interesting work this year and has undoubtedly been a feature in the schooland town and every effort has been made that this first public pro gram given by the Club under its own auspices should prove attractive The second part of the program will be taken up with the Vocal Contest between five boys of the High School for the choosing of our representative in the Tournament The contestants are Harry Shultz Basso Parker Med ley Baritone Knight Handy Tenor Leo Simms Tenor and Frank Hardin Baritone This contest will be alto gether worth hearing the songs arec goodand carefully chqsen for each thoroughthecontest will have the grace of being entirely unique The third part of the program will be taken up with the special talent who have been secured to come here and niake this Musicale entirely a treat a dan event for real music lovers Mrs J L of Bloomfield IIandwho is so very much an artist that you will be glad always that you heard her play once will do some numbers Prob ably the thing most worth while at all on the prOgram will be those two wonderful Sonatas of Beethovens The Moonlight played by Mrs Hughes and The Pathetiqae by Miss DunI can The program will be closed with jMrville will sing For This ot De Ko vens Could Iof Tostis and another selection Miss Laura McChord Soprano of Lebanon will sing two or three ofI those exquisite little things of Carrie Jacob Bonds in the Seven Songs suite which are as Mrs Bond declares about them As unpretentious as the wild rose and one believes she knows too that they are as tweet Mr Will Waters will sing the Good bye of Tostis because one having heard it doesnt like to get up a song program without itandcertainly not without him He won the medal in the Tournament last year which prevents him from again entering the contest i Miss Mary Haydon Soprano the Club Soloist will sing Carissima by Arthur Penn a song that must really have been written for her Miss Hay don was elected by the Club at the time of its organization as the regu lar Soloist and she has added so very verv much always to its programs at the Opera House and at the school Mfss Hattie Rice our representative at jthe Tournament will do a humorous piece In which she shows up the same kind of clever work and natural gift for the interpretation of the Absurd which won for her the 22nd contest An effort has been made to make this program artistic and popular to make it interesting and entertaining and it would be hardly possible that you should fail to be pleased with some part of it The program will be printed in full next week X HILLSBORO Mrs J H Settles is jnd better at this writing Born to the wife of Thomas Coulter on the 13th a girl Miss Judith Montgomery has return ed home after a pleasant visit to rela tives in Nelson county Mr Ormsby Shewmaker of Harrods burg is visiting the family of Mr JSInman Mrs Ferre of Willisburg is visiting her daughter Mrs J H Settles Mr Lewis Kirsch of Maud spent Sunday with Mr J M Montgomery Albert Hines and wife spent Sunday with Jim Sutton and family at Fen wickMiss Zora Montgomery is visiting in Nelson county Mrs J S Thomas and children are visiting her parents in Spencer county Misses Maud and Eva Inman and Mr Ernest Shewmaker spent Sunday afternoon with the Misses Montgomery Mr Lewis Clark lost a very valuable cow last weekMMrs Otis Harmon spent Monday with her parents near Mackville Mr Levi Bailey happened to quite a painful accident Monday while fixing a water gate He was cutting a limb and the ax slipped and cut a gash in his leg just above the ankle He had two stitches taken to close the wound and is getting along very well 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 fdrts if you are suffering from rheumatism throw aside business cares when you enter your home and you can be rcliaycd frnm these rneumaic pains also by Clnmberlaina Pain Balm One application will give you relief and its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Qooo ooono oode Personal Notes I 0 bo Visitors In and Out of TownA t is Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News 6 oOoOoooOOoOo vMr W L Smith ot Louisville- was here last week Mr rB Blanford left Monday for San ntonio Texas where he wig remain for several weeks for his health Mrs J W Lewis is visiting her daughter Mrs Fred Manget of Louis vile Mr Chas Greene of Bardstown spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs J F Greene Mr J 1 Wimsatt left Monday f- oriaRev W H Williams is the guest of friends and relatives in Louisville LMr Rod Neale was ifi Danville this week on business Dr Edd Mudd of New Haven hisIMr John McChord of Lebanon spent Sunday here Miss Lulie Merritt of Willisburg is visiting at the home of Mr Rufus Foster Mr Wathen Simms and Miss Mabel Thompson were at Nazareth Sunday Mrs Sallie Simms and Hiss Willie attended the funeral of Mrs rudie Carlile of Lebanon Miss Willie Knott was in Louisville this week on business Mr Ben Simms was in Louisville several days last week on business JMrs George Austin and Miss Virginia Lisle of ebanon spent Tuesday witfy friends here 1 Mr M H Jones was injLouisville Sunday Mr Paul South of Frankfort visited friends here a few days this week Mrs John Canter visited relatives- in Lebanon last week iJMr J B Peyton of Louisville was here a few days this week on bus ness i1m if We Suit Him 1 We are representing II this season M BORN CO who have been beI I fore the critical public for 3 I years Every piece of jgoods they makup is l guaranteed Not only is i the goods guarantied but Fit and Sati faciin You want t ye con fidence in your D ctor or your Lawyer whf not in r We have received very fine line of ReadytoVear Spring and Summer Clothing for all ages anti at all prices Let us show you before buying one of best lines you ever saw 1the MISS IT1 Mr L A Burns was in Louisville on Busines Tuesday Mr G H Boone was in Louisville this week on business Mr wJE Leachman was in Louisville Monday Dr JIB RoBarbs was in Danville Tuesday on business Mr Richard Wathen ofj Bards town Junction is visiting his aunt Miss Ellen Wathen of this place Mr Oscar Waters who has been in Lafollette Tenn for several months is visiting relatives here Hon W D Claybrooke spent last Saturday and Sunday with his sister at Bloomfield rMrs R E Creel and daughter Mrs W G Matson of Lebanon visit ed her sister Mrs F T Cox Tuesday Mrs G H Moore of Lebanon is spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Young of near town Miss Ida M Young has returned home alter spending the past week with Miss Nancy Bell Young of Leba non Miss Pearl Conner of Fredericks town after a few days stay with her sister Mrs Kate Williams is visiting Miss Virginia Goodloepf Lancaster Mrs W S Gibbs is in Louisville where she will remain with her sister snlaw wife of Dr Gibbs who will be operated upon for appendicitis at the Gray Street InfirmryJMr So A Bayne of the Mt Zion neighborhood has been dangerously ill of pneumonia He is now thought toe improving Mr Bayne is one of the Countys best citizens and his many friends hope he may soon recover- Mr Mike Davis n who has been very ill for the past few days at his home in Louisville is reported no beti expectedIany Miss EmHy Russell will graduate as a nurse from the Gray Street In firmary the 23rd of this month Invitations have been received to the open ing exercises of the institution Flowers Beautiful Flowers I will be in Springfield as usual this spring with a nice lot of flowers and plants Date later GEO R MATTINGLY == F = c Walk 3 SO- 4OQ and 45O 0 AN IMMENSE TRADE 4v t D urine thepast ten days ijhavt had an immense trade on all kinds of hats and rfound it necessary to order another large shipment for next Saturday Come iii and see them on display Saturday JAJ31III CARRY A FULL LINE OF GOODS HAVE IN sToClIi A LARGE LINE OF PRETTY S a Miss First National Banki = = y Poultry Raising Pays 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 year to feed your fowls a good tonic Remember that only healthy hens lay eggs R4U44 fed to your fowls two or three times a week wards off diseases for roup cholera gapes and limber neck there is nothing better If your chickens are sick give each sick chicken three to five drops two or three times a day as a preventive of disease give one to three drops to each fowl in the feed two ot three times a week Turkeys being more delicate should be fed only one to three drops at a feed Can you afford to loose your chickens when R41144 is guaranteed by your druggist to give satisfaction or your money will be refunded Ask Mr Haydon j I IAllYou notI OverShoes WUlieKno1bOpp- osite You Laugh=Whenyou feel good You can feel good unless your feet are IInot Buy a pair ot nan hoes Ithe best and most comfortable for Men and Women jau earth and you will laughI 54R6I- I TJ Pro It UPIP iI CLAYUQOOKE co J 6 + THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1907 I 0it9ll I 0 Irr1lli i ByFRANKH nJijqIill 0SWEET t+ Copyright 1906 by Frank H Sweet + 1+ NEW minister had come to L slow moving out of the way Spruce Hill and with his con Ing had appeared a spirit of change and improvement tie was fresh from tys theological course and eager with yputh and love for the work and with advanced ideas aj out music and active cooperation of- tgdoung people Hitherto the church kal been to them a place of solemnity toonly visited at req iredl intervals andasfca scarcely to be Avoided duty Now under the ministrations of this young zealot it gradually came to them that iduty could be approached from many directions and tqllt not all of them were necessarily tb my and narrow A choir was tormQt1and a sing Ing class started to stint late and encourage greater profiClenRthen came r a Bible class In were presented in a way to entourage inter est and a Christian Ends avor society that brought out the young people At Christmas there was an gutertalninent with much singing nn4 during the winter there were praisej services and social gatherings and in June a ser mon especially for the children and through the summer on fall picnics and outings that broughtjall the people together and kept their interest in the church undiminished Atqopg the other innovations were the faster sermon and church decora tion The new minister jiiado the an nouncement one Thursdayevening after prayer that he hoped all would bq present and that arrangettion1 tAtter service the women stood about Irresolutely looking at each other with blank questioning eyes Spruce Hill was undeniably on the Foad toward prosperity but its people had not yet loosened their grasp on the labor that was bearing them there Every wo than and girl of the community from the eight year mite who washed dishes and chored to the white haired grandmother knitting in the corner had duties for each hour of the day It was the natural condition of the hard unsocial life which had taught them tot value the practical and substantial and remain Ignorant of much that was beautiful and sweet They had little time for flowers and besides the lilac bushes and popcorns in their yards and atew such perennials as lilies and phlox and daffodils and perhaps a geranium or calla In their kitchen windows had literally nothing for even an outdoor summer display much less for a church decoration at Easter And even had there been a profusion of flowers they would have been scarcely less dismayed The mere thought of decorating a church would have ap palled them I guess youll have to excuse me Mr Kent one of them said at last bluntly Ihavent any flowers except one geranium which dont bloom an besides I dont know anything about decoratin an aint got no time either Nor me Nor me Nor me came In rapid succession and with evi dent relief from the other women Oh come come this will never do expostulated the minister decidedly Surely each of you can spare a little time from work I will help with the I GUESS YOULL HAVE TO EXCUSE HE MB KENT lifting and carrying and there are sev oral boys In my class who will do what they can Let us all join together and make it a grand success We cant decorate without flowers spoke up another woman convincingly mnI dont believe theres half a dozen bloomm plants In the whole neighbor Mood Talnt time yet for flowers to bloomywe a few callas and Easter lilies narcissuses and perhaps a few other white flowers with less confidence In his voice Palms would volt me best for a background but as we cannot get them we can use green tKugband pussy willows and other- tWagsfroia the woods houses in the neighborhood cant aca up white posies enough for a buffcnhole bouquet declared n third wowiu aggressively As for Barter lilies I aint never seen one Qd narcJMTW I aint even heard of The Idea o decoriltln a whole church this time o yearn Ive beardl1is Bray speak o oar c1ssussald a woman reflectively she that was the florists wife you know An toms to think shes likely a master hand at this decoratin busi ness She has s oke o seein big city churches filled with flowers Mis Brayaint she dead ques tioned another I aint heard her name aforq in years But there I know she aint rjd a seen the notice In the Articulatorf Who is Mrs Bray and where is she to be found aSk d the minister quick ly Perhaps she can help me out with this Curlou heardtof her before Oh I dont know dryly folks sort o die away from the world after they enter a poorhouse leis Brays husband was for gettln on so he went to the city an learned the florists trade For a time he done well then his business broke an he died an his wife cjfuie back here an livud up what little she had that there was notliiii but the poorhouse Now Ive always held a poorhouse was stro iger than a grave for hidin folks Well we will find her eag fly Perhaps she will be able to givo us some assistance Jr advice Will you jPerryThe a little then threw back her head with sudden de clslon Why yes I dont mind If I doI Cynthia Bray wn ladIY as anybody round j an I dont know as- a poorhouse Is thp orst thing in the Iwworld Still while want her fault go IIi there Its hh to be expected folks will keep On vlsitin just the same as though she was in some other place h The next afternoon the ministers buckboard paused In front of the poor house and h and Mrs Perry alighted Several men and boys were slouching about the yard and on a bench near the door were four or five old women criticallyNotCynthia wouldnt grow to look like them Well go In1 In answer to their knock a harsh featured woman c4me to the door ring of keys dangled from her waist AI Otis Bray slip repeated lij to their questlonfOb Aunt Cynthia we call t here shes inside You see we have to get asImuch work Prom the paupers as can Most of their are lazy an noIcount but now an then we find a worker Aunt Cynthias onelso we keen her in the kitchen Sh scasely ever gits to this side o the ouse I dont spose shes really had a visitor afore in five years Wont yiu come In They entered and after a long and detailed account of her trials Ith the paupers the woman went through a door toward the back part of the house Another five minutes J passed then a little old woman with deprecatory manner strl sQt QrlghtI the room Did did wish to wonderIingly forgetfulness of the immeasurable dis tance which lay between her social po sition and the poorhouse Why you poor soul she cried sympathetically How old youve grown My hair aint begUn to turn yet an here yourn Is perfectly white an still I believe Im two months the oldest Its been a time since you and I were young denary answered the old jwoman gently Such a weary time it seems as if my hair was al ways white Then she colored with sudden remembrance hnd drew herself up stilly Is there anything you wanted me for Mrs Perry anything I can do for jCome dont talk that way remonstrated Mrs Perry You know farmers wives are always work Inan an its a good piece from our pla e to the Poorhouse said the old woman calmly Well yes poorhouse deprecatingly uAn besides folks give up old customs as thy git on In years I dont call anywhere as much as I used to But never mind that briskly Im callin today an Ive brung the minister Do you know him- I dont think Ivphadthe pleasure of meeting Mrs Bray before said the ministeivTlsIng and yet I have call ed here several timesINo we havent tact acquiesced the old woman I generally stay In the kitchenHe her hand for a moment I must acknowledge thus visit Is mostly a business one Mrs Bray he said resuming his seat 1You see I am planning to have the church decorated for Easter but the ladles of my congregation Including lJrs Perry here assure me that such a thing is utterly ImpossibleMn short that they cannot undertake the work and that there are no flowers to undertake It with I have conic to you sa last resort Can you help me The old woman who had not had it caller In five years looked from one to the other with a sudden yearning In her tender old eyes It was as though she questioned the possibility of the world still Having use for her Then a soft flush began to steal over her face It Isnt easy to decorate without anything to decorate with she said tremulously In the city we used to have palms and Easter lilies and no end of ferns and delicate tins to lank withIBut there are the woods suggested the minister desperately I notice lots of pretty things on my walks Yes the woods are beautiful around here in the spring I notice them from the kitchen windows and sometimes before anybody 18Up I take short walks Her hands were still trem bling but Into her face was coming an expression which Mrs Perry remem bered to have belonged to her old days before the long stifling experience of poorhouse servitude Do you mean for me to take charge of the decorating she asked to do It in my own way Yes but of course with plenty of help I dont know much about ar ranging flowers myself He turned hastily and glanced through the window Something In the wistful even rapturous expression on losetommandturned back There will be things to cut and bring home told boxes and lngYesThere are some bushes along the creek that I can fix up to look very much like palms at a little distance and that arIraneTheo there are the pussy Willows and early ferns and lots of other things that can be used with good effect Yes indeed we can make a charming deco ration with what the woods and fields WILL YOU COME AND LOOK AFTEU THE PARSONAGE will furnish But there breaking into a low joyous laugh which apparently frightened her for she stopped sud denly and looker about In a scared tremulous sort o way I was only about to say sl e went on deprecat Ingly that I havent seen the church yet I must go there and look around so as to get an idea of what sort of IIdecOlntionwll be most appropriate we will take you there this afternoon volunteered the minis IAn you can have my horse an wagon every afternoon If you like addled Mrs Perry warmly UTllenbcreI Is my son Tommy You can to flrlve you an to do your gatt erinI nn HfUn Why really I almost feel as though I would like to leave work aV Join In the fun myself The old womans face was nov absolutely radiant It will be beautiful she murmuredIas the world seemed was not thinking of the decora tlon now but of the beautiful thing of soIpeated God Is good to have remembered me so lovingly The minister gazed at her a moment and then turned again to the window There wjll be no failure In tine church decoration he remarked to Mrs Perry Nor was there nor In the beautiful thing that has come to the little woman During the decoration sheIwas like a different creature mid face came to be scarcely recoJP as that which had looked so deprecatingly at them that afternoon in the When it was all over the minister went to her impulsively and grasped both her bands I cannot tell you how much you have helped me he said earnestly The decoration has been a perfect success and it Is all owing to you But there is another thing I wish to speak about My housekeeper Is going to leave and I need some one Jo take her place Will you come and look after the parsonage and me too for that matter with one of his frank boyish smilesM mother always said I wasnt capable of looking after my clothes and such things I will try not to tax you too severely So the beautiful thing which had come to her was not of a Jay hut was to last through all the remainder of her years A Famous Anachronism There Is a well known picture Show ing the embarkation tof tho pilgrim fa there which contain a world famous anachronism The sailors are hoisting a floe and curiously enough it is the lunidh jack though the union jack was not known until about two and a half centuries after these sturdy pilgrim fathers sailed away to this country In the good ship Mayflower St James Gazette His Concert Toilet A musical director was talking allont old fashioned concerts Some of the hits directed at these concerts were merited he said Out hit and a tfood Qne Vnsml1dC by an old Chicago millionaire He called upstairs to his daughters What a time you glrlo take getting ready for the concert Look at me a bit of wadding in each ear and Im all ready fULL OFMICROBES Everybody Mary llverson Cooks For Gets Typhoid Fever SHE ERSELF IS QUITE WELL Doctors Cannot Understand How Sh Infects Others but She DoesOne oi the Strangest Cases Known to Modern Science Leaving in many homes a trail of fatalities which likened her progress to the baleful movements of tine mysterious stranger in Poe s Masque of the Red Death Mary llverson a human Culture tube in whom constantly ara developed millions of germs of typhoid fever though she herself has ncel had the disease and is seemingly im theyNew1ucd1lealcases of persons Who have suffered from typhoid fever carrying the germs for several jjiaull after the disease had run its course but never has ther been an Instance as the present wher a woman who never had typhoid fever fnctOlYjT lot captured by Dr englneejSop MARY REMONSTRATED AGAINST HER DE- lE TION oned In a hospital because h typhoid dI18Q strenuous that Dr Darlington and bealthldEpnrtment They arc In doubt as to whether they have the legal right to detain her much longer She Is dangerous to the com munlty they say but Is perfectly healthy htrsplf Furthermore they are puzzled as to how they shall kill the germs without assassinating Mary So doctors can do nothing with Mary but hope her germ factory will Cease busi Less Dr Soper considers the case one of the most Interesting of his life He has been treasuring It for many weeks cautioning all the employees of the health department to maintain secrecy When he should Lace worked It out In I all Its details he wished to startle the Academy of Medicine with his unusual case For that reason he de dined to discuss Mary It was learn ed however that Dr Soper had been called in by a wealthy family In the upper west side after one of the fam fly had been seized with typhoid Ho was commissioned to find out just how It had been communicated to the pa tlent He mlutjlun analysis of the water and of foods that were ru ceived into the house He studied ev ery phase of the household but urttl he reached Mary he could not pet any clew to the perms He inquired where she had worked previously and stick ing to that clew he visited Marys tor mer employers Then he learned that the second fam ily had suffered with typhoid He car ried his investigation further back learning that In every family Mary had worked for In the last year ty nppeulcdI Dr Soper learn c was n t any too neat nu l that she wits not especially careful In rermrlhg the food for the table lie asked her If she ever had typhoid fever and she cahl she hud not Dr Soper became greatly Interested In the case and at a loss to understand the coincidence of Marys cookery and at tacks of the disease consulted Dr Darlington Dr Herman Biggs and Dr Walter Bensel of ihe health depait ment He submitted papers outlining the history of the case and upon those facts Dr Darlington signed au order committing Mary to the Wlllard Bar ker hospital where infectious patients are quarantined by the city Mary was placed In the reception ward ten days vo Dr Wllllniii H Parke chief of the research bureau and bacteriologist ot the health leljnrtment and Dr Robert I Wilson superintendent of hospitals t were assigned to the case The girl was watched closely and after a week it was decided that Mary was not af pitted with typhoid fever or any other contagious disease Analysis however showed Mary was a germ factory and that she was dully manufacturing thousands of the typhoid germs and diffusing them wherever she went Mary remonstrated against her de tention saying she was healthy and that she must get back to her cooking The authorities however did not feel justified In letting her go and they fire wondering now what will be the next step They have not investigated all the cases of typhoid reported Dr Soper in his report of the yhse an until they do they will retain Mary In the Hospital salrd one doctor We cannot prove conclusively that Mary infected the different families with typhoid It is like th case of finding a man dead from wood alcohol in front of a bar wood alcohol behind the bar and a place for manu facturing It down In the cellar No one saw the man drink tine alcohol and there the link of circumstantial evi dence was not complete The Milk o evidence ih the present case is broken I leave known of where rt man has carried diphtheria germs around In his throatfor nine months before he was taken down wit the disease But this is tine most unusjml case I know of This woman Is simply a breeding platd for typhoid germs We can do nothing to cure her except to give her pure food in the hope that the germs may be cleared out of her system Physicians who were told of Mary s cultures were eager to study her case Many have vlsltc l the hospital within the last wool Others leave besieged Dr Soper with questions about the case Theyall mare led at the worn ans strange physical niakeup but they were battled when asked how the fac tory could be made to close down Mary proprletorgladly stop business if she could as she is eager to get out of the hospital and get back to cooking Not that she wishes to infect any more families but she cannot help herself Doctors pronounce Marys case on of the most Interesting they have heard of in many years They say that Dr Sopers capture nay lead to Important discoveries as to how typhoid is com municated SQUIRRELS WAIT ON HIM Pennsylvahian Puts His Little Pets t Novel Use It leas taken hUsk Goodyear of Burchtown Pa two years to train his pet squirrels but his efforts are now repaid and on Thanksgiving he will treat his friends to a surprise says the Philadelphia tforth American Gathering half a hundred or more gray squirrels Mr Goodyear taught them to go Into the woods and pick up nuts carrying the to his home On Thanksgiving IIrJl tnt a dinner hIs guests will notf e a smul rd running from a window toauut bowl The host will give one knocKon the table with his knife A squirrel will hop down the plank and drop a chestnut Into a bowl Two raps will bring a squirrel with a walnut lhre6 knocks a shellb k Finally a grave old squirrel will talce his place and crack the nuts winding up the performance by brushlng off the crumbs with his thick bushy tat i THINKS SHES A SNAKE Negro Girl Writhes About on Ground Like a Serpent A very peculiar case te reported of a negro girl turning almost Into a snake In Madison countY Go This glrl Is eighteen years old and lives at Plan tens Inthat county A short time since she became afflicted In a most peculiar manner Sim would have attacks that would last several minutes during WRIGGLING JLBOUND ON TIlE GROUND which time sLe would writhe exactly as a snake These attacks have increased from to day until now she spends mast of her time In wrig gling around dn the ground and ove the floors wlth all the sinuous move ments of a snake People from all over that section have come to see her and to witness her remarkable trans formation This girl thinks she has been poison ed by a lover In fact there Is a n gro who bad been going to see her wh Is to stand a preliminary trial In a few days on the hatge of having attempted to poison her Dr WF Trusty Practical Dentist f SPRINGFIELD KENTppK V Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAK AgentdSPRiNGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual alwaye reliable theeHyattOffice KENTUCKYf 1OFFICE HOU Sj 7to9am t 4 to o pm Dr J C Mudd i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY FFICE c J BAn STOfE Office Hours 12 M to 2 PM Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposit a Presbyterian church groceryde phone 172 t JJ H LAMPTON MID SPRINGFIELD KY Ioffice in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence rNo3S MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE r i TELEPIIONES t 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19 Night 74 7 J t I i Ir j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 19071 t 3 4 4 4iS 1S Ss Ss el i SSLSS S S SS s s elelS- A Piano Placed I r F In Your Home On Trial 1 IF YOU intend purchasing a piano it iWO ld be dollars in your pocket to get in correspond ence with us Being tne largest piano dealers in theSouth and buying them in carload lots enables uslo quote prices on PianDS PlayerPitnos and Piano Plaersthat will quickly convince the most skeptical that we can do all We say if given the opportunity Our line i consists of the following worldfamous makes PIANOSH PRICE178UP i PLAYER PIANOS j S5OO UP 1 PIANOPLAYERS PRICE 250 EontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trial NamE Address L t iJ MONTENEGRO RIEHM IL INCORPORATED 62S630 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky I STATE NEWS A- 1NINDti MAY SHUT OFF MILK Dairymen Threaten To Take Drastic Action at Lexington Lexington KyAroused at the prospect of having their herd of dairy cowsdepleted a result of the Inspec I tlon of veterinarians under the orders of the health officers thedairymen of this county threaten to shutoff the en tire milk supply of the clty A dele gation of dairymen called on Mayor Thomas A Combs and presented their appeal from the ordinance conferring on the health officer the right to apply c the tuberculin test to any cows in their herd and notified the mayor that If lies Insisted on carrying out the provisions of the ordinance his officials would be ordered off their places Under the ordinance dairymen refusing to sub mit their herds tothe tuberculin test will not be granted license to sell milk In this city and as a matter of pro tection the members of the Dairymens association have combined and threatened to shut off the milk supply of Lexington If their herds are molested ABOUT HIS LEGS Were Wrapped 1000 In Bills While His Shoes Held the Steel Saws Lexington Ky Thrbugh the confes efsian of a negro prisoner fn the Win chester jail to Detective Thomas Stew art of this city it is now linown that James Mahone of Erie Pa the cOn- fessed forger sawed his way to liberty and set free 12 prisoners Ma- nej carried the saws ln a groove In the soles of hfs shoes A1 hough Ma hone bad but 485 when arrested here before making his escape he showed his fellow prisoners 1000 in bills rapped around his legs between his ankles and his knees All of the pris oners were furnished money to aid in their escape by Malone Mahone spent the night after getting out of the jail In the Winchester cemetery BIG ADVANCE In Prices of Straight Whisky Followed News of Opinion Louisville KyThe price of straight whisky advanced 50 cents a gallon in Louisville on the of the decision of the atorney general Distillers of straight whisky are Jubilant over the decision but thtS blenders and rectifiers are not well pleased Marlon E Taylor president of the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers association gave out an interview In which he says the members of the as sociation of which he was president would make no change In their labels and would continue to sell as they have been d and if the government wishes to irosecihethe case will be taken to the supreme court of the ITnited States TASTED GOOD And Famjly of Five Drank Too Much of a New Medicine Mlddlesboro Ky Calvin Busle wife and three sons are In a serious coadl 1Uon aS the result of ktngrnn over dose of a patent of the medicInehave been distributed eo widely for thE past two days and the family had gbtten several samples which they drahk as it had a pleasant taste They will recover To Increase Teachers Pay Newport KyTho board of educa tion has decided to increase the pay of all teachers in the lower grades that arenot now receiving a salary of more than 20 per month Under the new schedule the minimum salary will be 25 and the maximum 60 for those whoso pay is increased The move was made because of the difficulty that the board has experienced In securing substitute teachers It only affects the primary first second third anil fourth grades GOVERNOR OFFERS REWARD For Apprehension and Conviction of NIgh Raiders S Frankfort KyBy a proclamation Issued Gov Beckham offers a reward of 500 for the apprehension and con fiction of the persons gullty of out rages iIi the tobaccogrowing section of Western Kentucky by the burning of tobacco barns land the destruction of tobaccoplant beds In qfferlng the reward the executive invokes a statuCehadopted ten years ago to break up lollgate raiding in the state The law has not since been called Into operation No reflection Is Intended upon the courts of the districts in which the offenses have heellJ erpetrated hut their efforts to locate the offenders have been futile Thelgovernor Is author- Ized to employ de ecuve and may do so if the reward does neq result in lo cating the guilty parties The executive does not believe that either the tobacc association or Its members are responsible for the out rages but that lawless person have takes advantage ot the tobacco agita tion now on In this state DYING ARE HIS UNCLE AND AUNT Shot and Beaten by the Youth Who Was Their Guest Bardwell KyEd Stockton 17 the son of Gilford Stockton a farmer shot and fatally wounded his uncle J F Stockton beat his uncleR wife Into sensibIlity with the butt end of a gun saturated her clothing with coal oil and attempted to set her on fire Both victims are in a dying condition- It seems that the nephew arrived at his uncles house at midnight and was to a room for the night Early irifrtihp morning Mrs Stockton vhis aunt hearing a noise in young Stock tons room aroused her husband tell- Ing him to take some more covering to Eddie as he might be cold As the uncle opened the door Stockton open ed fire on him with a Winchester rUle shooting him through the left lung the haJJ goIng entirely through ills body Theoungman then attacked his aunt Stockton was arrested and lodged In jalL There Is intense excitement and violence to the prisoner Is threat ened The authorities are taking precaution to protect him It is believed by some that the ybuth is demented rChickering Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Arm strong Marshall Wendell Foster SohmerCecilianiFarrandCeciljan andpthe Autopianop ThecilianAplayer that caibe at tached to any make piano Inorder to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your homeon trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent MUSIC COj I THREE MEN HURT IN WRECK Two Freight Trains on the L N Road Collide Middlesboro KyIn a rear end eel Hslbn between two freight trains on Ute Louisville Nashville railroad at Hubbard Springs Va three men were badly Injured One of these men Is believed to be fatally hurt- Brakeman C Lloyd of Cofbin Ky had a leg mashed offl besides being crushed about thebody He may die Engineer r F Kane of Corbin Ky had a leg and arm broken and was severely bruised Sllace Peace of Norton Va was so verely bruised Several other members of the crews were Injured The wreck it is said was caused by the flagman on the first freight train In failing to properly protect his own train ExConvict Accused of Assault Wllllamsburg Ky George Logan colored was arrested charged With criminal assault upon Mabel Ward a 17yearold white girl Logan admits he was in the house but denies the assaultLogan was also identified as being the negro who broke into G A Jones home lIe has served a term In the penitentiary for the same offense Noted Brood Mare Dies Lexington Ky Parannella one of the most noted brood mares in Ken tucky died at Col R C Estills Elmhurst farm whUe foaling a colt by Director General Parannella was 15 years old and the dam of Nella J 3yearold Kentucky Todd 2yearold fl906 Futurity winner Country Jay Judge Parker Ormonde and other celebrities of the turf- Dolihouse Tragedy Lexington Ky Clothing worn by Mrs S W Landsberg Ignited and she was probably fatally burned at Ver sailles as she saved her infant son Gerald from cremation While the child was playing In his sisters doll house he pulled over a lighted candle and almost Instantly was enveloped In ames Rain To the Rescue Jackson KyThie Swann Day Lumber Cos big planing mill was destroy ed by fire The fire was sparks from the furnaces Rain saved the lumber yard and the other mills The loss Is estimated at 4500 Alleged Fugitive Caught Louisville KyII 0 Potter who claims to be a representative of a Cleveland concern was given into the custody of J J Grace chief of Spring field Ky who alleges that he Is a fugitive It Is alleged that Potter ob tamed money under false pretonsos Everything But the Game Louisville Ky Robbers raided the clubhouse of the Louisville ball team and carried away all shoes gloves inlets and other equipment belonging to the players One hundred and fifty dollars worth of property was taken Rheumatic Pains Relieved The quick reliefifrom rheumatic pains afforded by Chamberlains Pain Balm has surprised and delighted thou sands of sufferers It makes sleep and rest possible A great many have been bytheevery reliable dealer in the Blue Grass LHECKElSOES IN HIS SLEEP HIS PASSING AWAY DISCOVERED BY THE BUTLER Demise Occurs On Eve of a Beak ast Party Had Planned to Entertain a Numberof Friends Chicago AApril 15Jas H Eckels IfaUonalronktroller of the currency died at his home here of heart disease The death of Mr Eckels occurred apparently while he was aslee In his hoI The fact that hq was deid was discovered by a butler Frank Evans who entered Mr Eckels room after hearing a telephone within ring con tinuouslS without receiving an answer Thinking that Mr Eckels li dnot boon awakened Evans entered and found Mr Eckels apparently aslfcep The butler called to him an get ting no response sought to arou e him and found that he was dead Other members of the household were summonded and Dr Frank S Churchill was hurriedly called Dr Churchill arrived within aj short rveftasbeen dead for some hours Dr John Ht Murphy the Eckels family physician was also notified arid rosponded promptly Mr Eckds and her dau hter Phoebe 18 ears old are in Paris vrhere the latter is attending a s hool for girls They have been abroad since la tau tumn and planned to return to Chi cago within a few weeks They were sableItNow York Immediately The death of Mr Eckels came or the eve of a breakfast party which he had planned for a number of his frl nds q d relatives Judge K M Landis of the fet eral district court Mrs Land Is Judge and Ms E H Gary of New York Mr and Mrs Giorge M Eckels brother and plterinla of the deceased and others were to have been his guests James A Eckels of Princeton father of James H Eckels died two mouths ago On the morning of the death of the older Eckets the son was a host of former President Cleveland TWo former president and Mr Eckels were at breakfast when the news of the fathers death was received at he Eckels residence ROCKED BY EARTHQUAKE Inhabitants Terrified By Shocks and Towns in Total Darkness 1 Clty of Mexico April 1An earth quake lasting four and a half minutes startled this city The earth rocked In a long swinging motion terrifying the Inhabitants but doing no damage so far AS can be learned In this Telegraph wires were put out jiof commission and In a snort time t e city was in darkness owing to the fall ure of the electric lights One wall of the Associated Press office was cracked from floor to belling The asphalt on a paved corner Il Cinco de Mayo street one of theprln cipal business streets of the city was cracked open for a distance of ten yards heatJesthavlnp1ittheir night robes MANY HOMELESS BY FIRE Flames Sweep Westwego Opposite New OrleansI New Orleans April 15Slx bun dred people were rendered homeless by a fire which swept the town of Westwego situated in the Mississippi river opposite New OrleanstIn all 42 buildings Including a Pres byterian church the town hall the postoffice and a number of stores were destroyed The loss Is estimated at 50000 with only about 4000 of Insurance Two Policemen Shot New York April 14 Policemen George M Sechler and Alfred Seljeck and Chins Vlncenlcbj a young Italian were shot und fatally wounded by Sal tore GovonuMe in a running fight which began In Washington square and emlPd In a tenement at the south west corner of Thompson and West Third streets Sechler dying Govor nale immediately after his arrest was hurried to St Vincents hospital where he was identified by the three dying men Boiler Burst Killing Two Men Key West Fla April 15An oxplb Flpn occurred on the dredger George Allen cn aged in work on the Florida East Const railway here caus fnjp the death of two Spaniards Jpsc Iriado and Manuel Agras and injured eteth others The escaping steam threw lives coals over the dead men rMatador Fatafly Injgred By Bull El Piso Tex April lIIn a bullfight at Juarez El Cuco one of the ihatmlcrrs was badly injured and prob ably futility injured by the last bull which he attempted to kill and five horses were killed by the bunS the picadors all being more or less Injured Train Held Up Memphis renn April 15Four masked men held up a train on the Lake Cormorant branch of the Yazoo Mississippi Valley railroad near PJillipn J iss and securing no booty left burn dlv BREATHINGJERCISES How to Get a Good Chest and Be come Healthy Breathing exercises are invaluable If one would have a high chest firm full bust end a waist round and sup ple Nature did not intend us to wail silo about with drooping chests look lUg like consumptives ready to give up Expand the lungs to the Raise your chest and keep Itralsec Practice the exercises as thejare given here but make it a rule to breathe correct ly all the time It is quite as neces sary to get all the bad air out as it Is to get plenty of fresh air in When you rise In the morning slip onn bath rgbe and bedroom slippers Open the windows To take breathing exercise without perfect ventilation In the room is to waste your time says the New York World Place yourself in an erect easy posi tion with one foot a little forward allowing the weight to rest upon It Put the arms akimbo with tlnge s pressing on the abdominal muscles in front and the thumbs on the muscles on either side of the spins Hold the head straight and the hips back the same with the shoulders chest hlgli and full Take a deep tranquil breath but one that will cause the chest to rise and fall fully anti freely at every et fort Do this twenty times In the act of Inspiration take In as much air as you can hold In the act of respira- tIon give out as littleas possible That is particularly necessary In effusive breathing which is excellent for chest development Draw In a full breath and send it forth In a prolonged sound of the letter H Never mind If you do sound like a steam radiator ready to explode You will get a est and the girl who laughs and sneer will not Exercise In expulsive breathing Draw in a full breath and emit It with a live ly expulsive force still clinging to your II sound Do not prolong it as you do in your effusive breathing Let It bp a sort of snort the breath being projected into the air Before going to sleep give your lungs an air bath Lie flat on the back with no pillow unJ der the head Place the arms close to the sides then Inhale and exhale slow ly allowing yourself a rest of five or ten seconds between breaths Do this fifteen times Then with arms ex tended straight out across the bed breathe slowly and deeply fifteen times more You will sleep like a top unless you have been filling up on Welsh rabbit or crab ravlgotte a In Bellevue How to Make Beef Tea Properly Every home nurse Is supposed to know how to make beef tea yet it Is surprising how many failures are to be recorded In this apparently simple operation The fault generally Is that too little time Is given to the cooking The point to be borne In mind Is that as far as possible the whole of the nu triment of the beef is to be extracted The best method of doing this Is to proceed as follows says the New York Journal Remove all the tat and skin from one pound of fresh beef cut it up In small pieces and put It Into a stone Jar with a pint of water and a little salt Replace the lid of the Jar and let It stand all night The next morning place the Jar In a saucepan of boiling water and let It simmer gently but never boil for five hours Strain the fluid through a colander but Instead of throwing away the residue of the meat pound It In a mortar into a pulp pass It through a wire sieve and add It to the beef tea Beef tea made according to this recipe contains all the fiber and albumen of the meat and Is therefore much more nutritious than beef tea In the form It Is usually given How to Clean Goatskins There are two methods of cleaning white goatskin rugs both equally ef fective First remove the lining from the rug T four gallons ot lukewarm water add halt a pint of aqua ammo nla Stir the rug abttut In this prepa ration several times for half an hour then rinse it thoroughly in warm clean water and hang it in the shade to dry When dry the rug will be stiff Give It iilgoous rubbing between your hand to soften it The second method Is to get a large quantity of gasoline and wash the rug In it If it evaporates too quickly mix pure soapsuds with It i Incoming TrainsSuny Outgoing Trains THE DAILY Kentucky State Journal Incorporated Published at tht Capital of The Stats Contains besides the Associated Press dispatches of the news of the State and world full reports of the Court of Apt itratlOnSUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE Wl P WALTON Frankfort Ky 4Kentucky I- OaosioIoo oooioe Jo LJS Chaplin Water oIS fo o MAKES THE ea- a 5 BEST FLOUR IJ THE BEST MEAL FDt 0 j00S 0 In Springfield and S other sections of Vashingtonj- county our bran s are jjjj 5 Buy them and get THE BEST j I D B SUTHERLAND I 0t 5 3 i e 0sQQQ 4ioiIiigooo THE SUN AND yBoth P p6t n- BrYans Commoner1i7We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 1 2S Nashville American 160 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta n 175 SemiWeekly St LouiRepublic L75 SemiWeekly Sit Louis Democrat i ThriceaWeek New York orld1r75 Home and Farm 1 25 American Agriculturist L75 American Epitomist L50 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 2OO Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside ll5 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 85 tOO Ledger Monthly L75 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny 15Q CLUBBING RATES WITH 1 LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except undayOO 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 371 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the we ek six monthsSJ 2 3S The Sun and the Sunday Cour oumal one year 2 80- The Sun and the Loujsville daily Herald one year 2 OQr The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4rOO 1 4L and N Railroad Time Table7i 1only 91 J ilyNo Daily No 43 Suny only No 90 IDaily 1Arnvese Daily NQ 44t Leaves Springfield 525 a m 715 a m 100 p m Leaves Bardstewn612 u 800u 220iLeaves Bardstown Junctn 655 845 410 p m Arrives at Louisville 745 935 545 p m CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Cur INCORPORATED Long distance lines and telephones pf f this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern M Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the countrytI We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WEDS President 8 GehLM n soe SOCrA tG01l l Trteurs4 p 1t t 4 I 8IIt THE SPRINGfiELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 t 907tDeath of Mrs Carlile Lebanon Enterprise A death which came with surprising suddenness bringing grief ito a legion pt rends and acquaintances was that of Mrs Frudie Spalding Carlile whose soul took its flight toe spirit world about 6 oclock Thursday morning April 11 1907 Mrs Carlile has been in teeble health for several years and during the past two years had keen almost an invalid suffering irom heart trouble and while it was not expected that she wouldI again be restored to health it fidently hoped that her life would be prolonged many years When Miss I Elizabeth Carlile her daughter yesterday morning she awokeI mother upon the threshold of and hurriedlv summoned assistance but ere a physician arrived Mrs Carlile had breathed her last and passed from time to eternity Mrs Carlile was 63 years of age and was a daughter of Leonard Spalding deceased She was born in this county and was a member of a large family of brotgerMrs survives The iate W R Spalding was a brother Deceased was the widow of Mr Charles Carlile who preceded her to the grave about thirty years ago Fur children survive ias follows Mr Will Carlile of Chicago Illinois Mr lien rA and Miss Elizabeth Carlile and i Mrs R C Clarkspp all of this city Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar t Mr WmThos Lanorgan provincial Constable at Chapeau Ontario says i 41 caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I tried it and two small bottles I was completely cured This remedy is int nded especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a favor ite wherever its superior excellence has become known For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass WALLY has a music class at this placeLMrs J S Thomas sand children are spending this week with her parents at tlMesdames and Will Baws and Misses Sarah and Mallie Shields spent last Thursday afternoon with SutherlannyMrs Marshall Keeling was called to Fairview last week by the death of her sister Mrs Valles Royalty The writer bereavedzones Mr JM Shields spent Sunday with Mrs Marshall Keeling Albert Hines was called to Booker last week by the illness of his brother Johnnie Hines Mr and Mrs L D Sutherland spent last Sunday with Mrr and Mrs E F Sails Mrs Perkins spent one day last week with Mrs J M Shields Mrs J H Settles remains on the sick list- There will be a sawmill located near fithe Hillsboro gate in the near future J H Settles bought a cow from Otis Harmon for 25 iMr and Mrs BH Mcllypy were in Springfield shopping one day last week Mr and Mrs Albert Hines and little J son Reed spent Sunday with friends Fenwickr Willii J SOUR STOMACH is a common anddistrea complaintIt s way of protesting against Im proper food hastily devoured or too hearty meals and if the warn ing is unheeded serioui results wilt follow When your stomach rebels aibis abuse becomes inactive food fer ents gases formand there is trouble r lead The quickestsafest and surest ay to conquer this condition and immediatelyonimence Dr CaldwellsLaxative J Syrup Pepsin i PutingsIt is just what your stomach needs One trial of this wonderful preparation illcbnvinccyouthatourclaimsarefoun ed on truth and upheld by experience Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin can be stained in both dollar and halfdollar yes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if it oes not benefit you Your postal card request will brine by return ii HTour new booklet DR QALDWELL3 torIIMtedr Send for it today APEPSIN SYRUP CO MtlMl0 IIUMte- RED CROSS DRUG STORE Dudgeon Brother Thomas Brown of Fairview will give a Sunday school lecture at Hillsboro church the secondSunday iq May at 11 oclock a m Everyone is cordially invited to come out and hear Brother Brown We were sorry to hear that Mr and Mrs Rufus Fosters child burnedt to death Mr and Mrs Citly of Mackville spent one day last week with their daughter Mrs Otis Harmon Dr Oscar Shewmaker of Louisville is spending a few days with friends and relatives at this place Mrs jS Inman is slowly improv ing alter a severe attack of lagrip Mr aid Mrs T W Sutherland spent one day last week with the family of j S Inman at Shady Grove j Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas pf today although a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable tough and cold cure and throat and lung healer ever discovered Guaran eed by Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c and 4106 Trial bottle free WILLISBURG Mr George Birch died at the home of his mothnr near here on last Sun day night April 14th of a complication of diseases He had lived in Louisville for a number of years He leaves- wife and two children mother broth ers and sitters to mourn their loss Funeral services were conducted the following Rev J A Sims We extend coFdolence to the bereaved ones Lou Earl the fourteen month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Rufus Fos ter of Springfield was burned to death Thursday April 11th Her mother was absent from the room at the time and how her clothing caught fire is not known The parents have the sympathy of the community in their great bereavcmentl Funeral services were conducted at this Place the following day by Rev J A Sims Rev Lyons filled his appointment here last Sunday morning and evening He will be the pastor for the church at this place for the rejmainder of the year on evejy second Su daY Misses Bessie Drury and Valeria Goodlett speAt Sunday with Miss Elizabeth Shirley W S Gibb passed through our town Monday enro te to Lawrenceburg Little Ray Wells has returned home after a visit to her grandparents at Lawrenceburg Mrs Hadgie Burns of Illinois is visiting relatives and friends near this place Miss Tavie Goodlett and Hubert Vir gin spent Sunday with Miss Eda Sims T J Trent and family of Polin at tended church here Sunday morning Misses Sarah Keeling and Lilly Ruby visited Mrs Myrtle Keeling Sunday and Monday Mr Franklin of Anderson county spent several days last week with his daughter Mrs John Sutherland Bob and Will Gray spent Sunday with their cousin Fred Sutherland Out of Sight Out of sight out of mindis an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burnt or and thats been treated with Btjcklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 25c MARKED REPORTS I Cincinnati April II- CATTLErExtra 5 60 g 5 75 CALVESExtra 725 7 50 95jSHEEPLAMBS Spring 10 00 14 00 FLOUR Spring pat 4 45 dp 4 70 WHEATNo 2 red 78 g 79 4715OATSNoRYE No 2 choice 73 74 lullsCh timothy 121 00 BUTTER Dairy 19 22 14ftAPPLES55TOBACCOHurley CHICAGO WHEAT +No 2 red 72 74Vti VaOATSPORKPrIme mess f g 16 25 LARIY =Steam 1 9 00 SEW YORK FLOUR Win patent 3 60 g 3 85 ViCORNOATSNo2 mixed 47 Vi PORK Prime mess i7 75 18 50 LARDSteam 9 50 HAIflMOR- EWIIEATTNo 2 red i 80 CORN No 2 mixed tj 514 OATS NP 2 mixed LOWIiVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 6 76 CORNNo 2 inlxed 50 OATS NO 2 mixed Q 36 HOGS Extrarrf J 6 00 6 C5 LARD 9 INDIAAYOLi9 CATTLE = Prlme 5 IP ft 5 35 HO JS Extra eo 6 65 6 75 SHEEP Extra 60 64 65 tI Bacoa Bams Springfield 15c Sides 12Hc ktBeoswhx25c npr pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound- ChickensHens 7o Spring 8c Dried apples 6c per pound Ducks Tc per pound Corn Meal 75c to per bushel- Eggs12u per dozenIFeathers 44o per pound Flour SJ30to SJCO Gigsoug57511 per pound lrafnVhAltt IMF rnrnr0 OatE 40c Hidea Green to tOe d 124 per pound Lime 9kJ to Sloo Per barrel Mill products Bran 80 sljipstnff 100 pet pounds PotatoesCountry j1C Onions Salt145 and S185 per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow c per pound Vinejrar tb i40c per gnllorj Wool Burry an greasy HMcj clear of grease 20e tub washed 28c Country Sorghum45c to roc QeesoBSc a poict- SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other wanUtILandserted in another department of the paper at very low rates Mrs C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 25c for 17 Also pure stock S C W Leghorn eggs 50c for 17 J N H Olhver Rt 1 has for sale about 400 pounds of comb honey Jqhn Cocanoupher Sr Rt 4 has a sow and seven pigs EGGS FOR SALEMrs T Scott Mayes Springfield has for sale Barred eggsforJ A Johnson Willisburg Rt 1 wants to buy a nice safe driving horse J D Stanfield Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale 50 barrels of good corn at 3a barrel will deliver in Springfield if as much as five barrels is bought Mrs James 1 Martin Rt 1 has for gsFromstock 35c for 15 Kyhasfor setting of 15 eggs JGAdams Springfield Ky Rt 5 has for sale millett seed hasforLONG RUN LSunday school began at Beech Grove last Sunday We want to thank the editor for his poem on spring It was certainly an interesting production and doubtless enjoyed by his many readers just one objection to itlie cut it too short I think we will understand spring better hereafterIt that the fruit is all killed and probably tobacco beds have suffered more by the freeze than those in other counties have by night raiders The outlook is very serious in our com munity Some have and others are talking of soaking their seed and sow ing their beds over Air George G Martin an old neigh bor and friend of my fathers now of Princeton Ind says the Pottsville hills were covered with a heavy coat on the night of April 12 1857 1833 all the fruit in our com ofIW killed just one apple being that was protected by the Uncle Buck Bottoms dwelling by G W Cram Jr and the corn was bit down also Weather conditions effect the farmer so and of late years liaise become so uncertain that he is so likely to become discouraged when adverse winds blow especially when they hurt his tobacco beds If the fruit and tobacco crop is entirely last the Washington county farmer is energetic and resourceful and has other farm products his stock and a kind providence to fall back on and so all will end well Held Over Lebanon Ky April 12The ex whoIWefeson two weeks ago on a warrant charging thenf with conspiracy to bribe votes at the recent local option elec tion in this city was concluded this afternoon and resulted In the defend ants being held to answer to the grand jury at js next session 101foconvenes the latter part of this month The trial was begun Wednesday morning before Squire J H Sparrow the regular Judge having been sworn off the bench by the defendants who alleged that they believed they could not obtain an impartial trial before him During the three days of the trial a large number of witnesses were introduced by the Commonwealth The accused thej majority of whom are prominent in Iqcal business circles ate Maurice Cardwell J H BOOdYitwalace R N Wathen Ed Alvey Jack Bland Tom Boone Benjamin Mattingly James Colsher J B Mc Atee and Frank Fehr of Louisville and two negroes Charles Johnson and Henry Smith All of them except the two negroes are eit er directly or indi rectly interested in liquor traffic in this city p INELSONJ I German Coach Stallion Re a I cently Purchased by the Wash I I ington County Breeders Asso IE ciationwWill make season at the stable of RL Durham 4 miles lEast of Springfeld on the Pleasant Run turnpike at 115TO COLT I I Description and PedigreeNelson is a black horse 16 hands one inch high weighs 1375 pounds and for beau ifty KentuckyNelsonB Altmann of Germany OttoAIMoney due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Care taken tp prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur eorfeII Washington County Breeders Association His Name Was on Envelope A man had a telephone put in his house and as he Was expecting a letter from a friend he called up the post office and asked the clerk in charge it there was a letter there for him The clerk asked him whatj his name was He said Never mind what my name Is if there Is a letter there for me my name is on the en velope POPE LEO This fine saddle arid harness stallion will mike the season of 1907 at my stable at Booker KY at 1OOO TO INURE A COLT TO STAND UP AND SUCK Lien r tamed on colt until season i aid oney due when fact isasceri lainua or mare parted withor if mar is bred to another horse without m consent tiunng the seasoniDESCR PTION AND PEDIGREE Pope Leo is a Red Sorrel sixteen finelboneBoyhr1st dam Ralley Golddust 2nd dam Davy Cr ckett A WtW1 Eddleman 194- toOoOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000000000000000000000 HAPPY HOLLOW Miss Sarah Shields spent Sunday with Misses Flossie and Pearl Arm strong Mr J S Thomas wife and childre- spent from Friday till Wednesday wit her parents at Fairfield Misses Nannie and Claudie Royalty of Springfield spent Saturday nigh- and Sunday with Mr John Armstrong- Mr Solomon Kays was at Poprtown will be meeting at Hillsboro the second Sunday in May at 11 oclock Born to Mr and Mrs Thomas Coul ter a tenpound girL Mr M C Keeliug spent last Sunday with his father Mr George Keeling of near Will sburg Miss Mollie Shields and Effie Coulter spent Sunday with Mr Sabe Co near Willisburg 1terIj Richard Sutton spent Friday H Mcijlvoy at Sweet Retreat r Mrs llattie Kays andJJaughterhave returned to their hpme at Polin Miss Jessie Noel and Mrs S H Crook spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Fitzgerald Messrs Jim and Lev Snider of Fair view were in our midst Sunday Mr J M Shields and family and John Settle dined with Mr and Mrs M C Keeling Sunday Mr Lonnie Noel wife and son spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Hardin at Thorn Mr Tom Mcllvoy wife aQdtYDchU dren spent Sunday with Mr Jini Ode r and family at Sycamore Valley Several from this place were in Springfield Saturday Miss Sarah Shields spent Friday with the Misses Montgomery Misses Pearl and Flossy Armstrong ysIinSunday afternoon Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Thurs day with Mrs Laura ScruggsI Messrs Erastus Shields and John Kays were in Polin Monday Miss Hallie Keeling spent Monday with Miss Mollie Shields r kidneyIpains across the back and blinding headache I had dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathartic I was cured by Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months says Mrs Arthur S FotI 1iBorn to the wife of Mr James lien dricks a boy to the wife of Mr pock Kays a boy to the wife of MrS Jf MrnLeehw c to his bed with measles oft day night The A S pf E lodge at Pulliam vis ited the Tatham Iodg Saturday tight had a very interesting meeting IMr W E Foster and family visited Mr and Mrs W Pinkston Saturday night and Sunday Mr David Thomas and family visited Mr Dee Shewmaker last Sunday Mr Sanford Yocum has about corn pfeted his new house Mary and Minnie Coulter 1Misses night with Mrs John Scott goodeSubscribe for The Sun 100 TOAT Subscribe for The Sun 3100 yte PRINCE WILKESW- ill make the present season at stable three of Mackville- PRINCE WILKES by LeQanon bySumpterWard 4th dam by Elastic pth dam by RedWilkestonian Prince Wilkes is a Chestnut 16 hands high a combined horse very muscular strong bone a high actor with lots 6f hprrlebeinga standard saddle mare his colts are a horsesthat8 tolnsure a LivingColt Will also stand the Jack LebanonHe was bred by the McElroys of pointsstrong5 to Insure a Living Colt pgrtedwithor Jack Care taken to prevent acci dents but no responsibility should any occur f W41 J Matherly 1at y zF