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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i C tI j F 4 i ffII m- f t flJ ft Itlbf fliflt- ti Jt ft t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY VOLUME iSPRINGFIEID KYf WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1907 NUMIER 21 LESLIE NEWTON LOSES ARM In wer Cntthur Box at St Catherines Yes terday Afternoon t i-r Leslie Newton a young fman who reIsides in the St Rose ighborhood met with a horrible accident yesterday k afternoon While feeding a power cutting box at St Catherines in some inexpjainable manner the fingers of the young mans right hand were caught in the rollers of the machine and thei arm was completely ground off up to the elbow Drs RoBards and Hyatt weresummoned and amputated the arm abbye the elbow The accident 1 occurred about 3 oclock This morning Mr Newton is reported as resting well and his physicians be lieve he will recover A Popular Salesman Mr Hugh M Noe traveling sales man for the International Harvester Company of Chicago is making a rec t ord second to no other man in the em t ploy of the company During the week ending March 30 Mr Noe sold seven teen machines and the following week sold thirteen Each week he takes a large number of orders which indicates that he works and that he also has the right kind of machinery There are few more popular men on th e road than Hugh Noe HejsacJ commodatmg he is energetic and he sensl where others ccftiL Springfield Defeats BardsfoVyn The SG S ball team played its first game of the season at Bardstown on Friday and landed a victory The game was interesting and hotly con tested from the umpires play ball until Harry Shultz made a brilliant stop of what seemed a sure hit and retired the last man Both teams showed up remarkably well considering the lack of practice and their managers feel confident that the team that beats them chamIpionship weather was raw and unfavorable and the crowd limited because of it but Old Qreegor Springfield mascot and star rboter led a band df as faithful followers as ever mad 0 music to a winning team The features of the game were the work ot Springfield pitcliersSpaldingand Colvin not a hit being made off either JRich or Jocco Bothacted like vetrans arid had every thing a slabartis knows Captain Simms caught a great game and his neversayquit spin had tnuch to do with bringing victory our way Our batters loafed until the fatal eighth and then just to showwhat good fellows they were proceeded to make life a burden for young Mr Brown Bards towns twirlerand it might be red marked by the way that this same Mr Brown pitched some himself tho Daw son is of the opinion that he can hit anybody that looks like him five hits in succession four of eni itwo sackers by Bones Rev Dawson Rich Park and Leosent four fleetfooted spring fired runners over the plate cinched the first gameat prelude to succession of victories to pome for b it known our team this year is a hummer and will sidestep none of em The same teams play in Springfield next Saturday and will hope for another victoryI 1KT Colvin p and 3rdi L Simms c capt R Spalding p and 3rd fS 1I Iultz s BIP Medley 1 f if 1 G Barber 1st t B Simms t W WatersiiL r Subf S Colvin f tabJe Come out us tSf Headlines Misleading ihtastYoung Men in Trouble Oho Posed s a Government Life Insurance Agent and the Other Obtained Money Wroncrfully JThe Letter Released Former at Large is being misunde stood The headlines of this article BaJerisnow in jail hEre and to a young ma a named Potter of Cleveland Ohio It seems that some people labored under the mistake that the headlines to th s younILouis Kelly Jtl will be remembere that The Sun stated that Baker was accompanied by Louis Kelly but that t was believed that Kelly was not aware of Bakers criminal intentions The Sun is very sorrY indeed that the matter was inisunderstood and we gladly print this statement As stated last week no one believes that young Kelly knew of the alleged criminal tentions of Baker and that he was lead to believe by the latter that his business was e- kllTELME ORGANIZED Woodson Moss Elected President W D Claybrooke Secretary J-BANQUET AT SEELBACHS Aside I from the organization of the Kentucky Hotel Association yesterday about fifty of the hotel proprietors of the State manyof them for the first time met each Other and had a splendid time socially The business session lasted all the afternoon during which time ideas were exchanged for the mutual benefit of those engaged in the business The chief idea in the organization as brought out by the speakers was that the aim of the organization was for the betterment of the condi Hon W D Claybrooke Secretary ofr the Kentucky Hotel Association tions in the hotel business in the StateI and at the samfe time to secure such legislation as is fair and equitable to the hotel men of the State as well as tox the public WhIr patronize these in stitutions The meeting came to a fitting close last night at a dinner attThe Seelbach given in honor of the members of the new association by Louis and Ottot Louisvillesa mosteelaborate affair and was pronounced by the guests as one of the most befit ting that ever graced any occasion Besides the adoption of a set of by laws the association elected the CollowI officers for the year- PresidentWoodson Moss of Spring jSecretary Claybrooke of Springfield TresurerE Bi Weitzel of Frank fort The was authorized to ap point a vice president from each con gressional district President Moss only announced a part of the number last night stating that owing to the fact that some of the congressional districts were not represented the meeting he would have to announce vice presidents in these districts later Subscribe for The Sun vLOO yeai t 115 INTERESTING STATEMENT OF OUR LOCALS Washington County Lo cals Increasing and Growing Stronger = Editor unAs there have been a great many enquiries of me as to the condition our county is in in regard to the great organization we are fighting so hard for and being your county organizer I take this method in letting you know the condition our county is in I will give you the names of the unions the number of charter and number of members Fenwick Union was organized the 28 day of March 1906 by James M Janes with twentyeight charter members charter No 2023 To the members of this union is the credit of the great move in old Washington county She has eightyfive members Mr James M Janes is our Secretary Mackville Union was organized by F M Sharp in October It has one hundred members Marry Right Secretary Wilhsburg Union was organized by F M Sharp in October It has fifty members Jack Sharp Secretary Pulliam Union was organized in Octo ber by James M Janes charter No 2914 S D Hail Secretary It has sixty members Tatham Union was organized in Oc tober by F M Sharp It has fiftyone men ber3twas organized October by Preacher Allen charter No 2832 number of members ninetythree G W Bowen Secretary Kirkland Union was organized in Oc tober by Preacher Allen charter No 2863 number of members fiftyeight Mooresville Union was organized in October by F M Sharp charter No 2935 number of member sixtyone T J Settle Secretary Pleasant Grove Union was organized in October by FM Sharp number of members eightyone B B Leachman SecretarySpringfield Union was organized in October by F M Sharp number fC members fiftytwo H M ONan Secretary Deep Creek was organized on the 9th day of January 1907 by W M Nally charter No 4023 number of members thirtyfive W E Coyle Secretary Fredericktown Union was organized on the 28th of February by Wm Nally No of charter is 4242 Numbers of members fiftythree James Oder Secretary Texas Union was orgrnized Feb 9thf by Wm Nally Number of members fortyeight ClaYBradYSecretarY Hendron Union was organized April 1 by Wm Nally Number of members thirtyeight W T Graham Sec you will see from the above that while we have quite a number of good locals in Washington County there are a yet many people who are not members of this great organization and perhaps a few neighbors without local Lets Washington county the banner A Srof E County She leads in everything else lets put her in the- leadin this important work TrY to get your neighbor to join the You must assist us in this great work remember that by helping your neighbor you will help yourself The doctrines of the American Society of Equity covers the territory completely and the results for good are going to be far reaching The society will con the market prices of everything raised on the farm and the trust magi nates will be compelled to meet us upi on our own terms whice we will maKe reasonable and equitable I am a young man but I was one of the first in this fight I expect to stay init to the finishand I am predicting that the finish will be a glorious one Let your watch word be pull for the Union pull for the pool W M NALLY Washington County Pres Important Notice People living in those districts where a stock law is now in effect are warned to keep their stock off of the public highway It is the duty of the Sheriff of Washingtbn county and his deputies to take charge of all stock running at large Save cost and trouble by at tending to this matter J S 0SBOURN s w e j1 Egg Stories tf I r MrS A L Litsey is the owner ofa hen thatlaYs high In other words she climbs a tree instead of going to a nest Mr Litsdy informs us that out ot one dozen eggs laid from the bows of the tree only two Have been broken which would indicate that the hen knows her business Another egg story is told The Sun by Mr Ben Hardin He says his daughter broke an egg a few days agq in which she found another egg with a complete shell This was broken and in this another egg was found with a complete shell This operation was kept up until the fourth egg perfectly encased in a natural shell was found or in other words until thq eggs gave out Small BlazeI Considerable excitement was occasioned here last Monday morning about 11 oclock by an alarm of fire A large crowd was in town attending county court and it seemed several minutes before the people could locate the fire However it was found that it was the dwelling of Mr Andrew Cunningham and an immense crowd hurriedly started for the scene The blaze was extinguished by Messrs Root Marks ar d Robt Russell before the fire department arrived The fire caught in the roof j Peters and Brown In the Democratic primary last Sat urday in Nelson countyMrSam Peters was nominated for the State Senate by a majority of 352 over Mr George Stoner and Nut McKay and Mr Brown was nominated for the Legislature by a majority of sixtythree Mr Peters formerly resided at Mackville in this county and pas many friends at that place who will be glad to hear of his nomination Daviess County 1500 Dry 0 Dwensboro KY April 22ln spite the majority of 442 against prohibit ion in the city of Owensboro there is a question in some quarters as to whether Owensboro went wet or dry iJ Saturdays local option election It was generally understood toayanc specifically stated by some of their numbers that the Prohibition peopl will make an attempt to have the cour hold that the licensing of saloons in Owensboro is prohibited by the result of the election in the county as a wholes Thecounty asa whole went dry by over 1500 votes The contention Will be based primarily on a single sentence of the County Unit law or gen ambguJousthe Legislature of 1906when anj election is in an entire county and majority of the legal votes cast atj said election are against the sale of intoxicating liquors then it shall not be lawful tsell barter or loan such liquors inany portion ot the county This is the portion of the law on which the Prohibitionists will principally rest their case Wets Winr CourierJournal Byn majority of 442 votes the peOple of Owensboro voted in favor nf open saloons in that city last Saturday after one of th hardestfought battles of ballots eves seen in that city During the entire day thousands of women and children paraded the streets with banners and prayers were offered continuously The whiqky forces of the entire State were enlisted in support of the wets and pcrfectlThepart in the result There are fortytwo saloons in Owensboro Webster 2000 Dry Sebree Ky April 22A prohibition election under the county unit law was held in Webster county today the polls being opened in every precinct in the county According to advices which have been received from election of ficers in fifteen precincts the vote stands 2372 dry to 546 wet The two precincts yet to be heard from will in crease thee dry majority to not less than 2000 About 75 per cent of a full vote was cast k t = i MR MOSSI TO LEAVE r Springfield May 15Ac cepts Management- of Hotel at Win Chester Mr Woodson Moss proprietor of the Walton Hotel here will leave the 15th of May for Winchester1 where he has accepted the management of the Brown Proctoria Hotel one of the best equipped hotels in Kentucky There are few better hotel men in the State than Mr Moss and during the time he has had charge of the Walton he and his family have made many friends who regret to see them leave Mr Moss is perhaps tie youngest hotel proprietor in t State but he thoroughly understands the business He knows how to man age a hotel to clease the guests and at thelownerKentucky Hotel Association would in dicate that the hotel men of the State recognize that he is acquainted with every detail of the business Mr H K Nobelett and wife of South Bend Ind will arrive the first of May and will take charge of the Walton Mr Nobelette is a brother inw of Mr Moss and is a hotel man of much experience The Sun predicts for the new manager of the Walton a thriving business The building isone of the handsomest in the State as well as one of the best equipped and the new manager will nO doubt be pleased with The Walton f Four Children Cremated Fulton Ky April 23 Citizens of Fulton were thrown into a heat of ex citement last night when it was learned that four of Mr rndMrsJohn Hadads children had their house and contents burned in East Ful ton at 880 oclock The family retired early and when awakened the room inJ which their six children were sleeping was a mass of flames They managed however to rescue two of the children but one girl and three boys were victims of the flames In their efforts to rescue their chil dren Mr and Mrs Hadad were hotriby durned and it is thought Mrs Hadad will not recover She is a sister of Moses Howera proprietor of one oft Fultons large dry goods firms arelhigMr Hadad had about 1000 in cash at his home but nearly all of the money was recovered by the firemen who did heroic work after reaching the scene of the conflagration The children were three six eight and ten years old that were cremated The home of John May was badlyI damged by fire in South Fulton To Oil the Streets Lebanon Enterprise A special meeting of the Commercial club will be held at the city hall this evening the object of which is to discuss the advis ability of oiling Main street through the business part of the city In many v of the towns in Kentucky this method of settling the dust which through the summer months is so Unpleasant as well as injurious to the stocks o thej merchants has been adopted and from all we can learn it has proved satisfactory Should the merchants take hold of the matter the cqst to each would be small as oil of the quality such sis used for the purpose is inexpensive A John W Lewis Club J saysIJohn W Lewis Club F L Wilson was elected president and W LLaired secretary The club will meet every Monday It adopted resolutions settir g forth its support of Lewis for Governor The members believe he would make a good Republican candidate because he has not been identified with any factionst l J rWi + f Installation Services installtdpastor Sunday April 21st The services were very solemn as well as deeply interest ins Rev Frank B Clelland of New Providence church preached an excel lent sermpn on the subject The Testimony we have of the Truth of the Reyealetl Word of God He set be fore the audience four witnesses 1 Nature 2 The Word Itself 3 The Church 4 The Holy Spirit These testify sayeth Christ of Me After the sermon Rev A S Moffett propounded the questions that formed the pastoral relation to pastor and people these being assented to Dr Mof fett delivered a solemn charge to pas tor and people A large audience enjoyed these ser vices although longer than the usual Sunday morning exercises This installation was especially interesting from the fact that a little Over ten years ago Mr Lawson was first installed pastor of this church A remarkable circumstance as noted that in the greeting extended to the pastor by the congregation that with one or two exceptions they met as old friends while usually at such a service the pastor grasps the hands of those who are strangers to him We hope this relation just reestablished may long exist for the uplifting of morality and religion Graduated With Honor Mr Joseph 0 Polin son of Squire J O Polin of near town graduated from the Law Department of the TJui versity of Louisville Monday evening Mr Polin stood at the head of his class and is not only recognized as an able young lawyer but as a very line speaker The Evening Post says Joseph 0 Polin representing tne Henry Clay Club spoke with eloquence as did Val = edictorian J E C Johnson The capture of both the Edward Thompson prize and the James W Fairleigh prize by the same student Joseph 0 Polin was somewhat unusual and shows the high rank taken by Mr Polin Squire J 0 Polin sttended the tom mencement exercises of the University Monday evening Mr Wycoff Complimented t The following clipping is from a Carlisle paper 1iAt a recent meeting oft the KateJBreckenridge Chapter of the Daughters of Confederacy Danville Ky Hon Augustus Owsley Stanley Congressman from the Second Con gressional District of Kentucky was chosen Decoration Day orator and Attorney George Foley Wycoff of this city was chosen alternate This is a well deserved compliment to the oratorical ability of Mr Wy coff Old Confederates will remember the masterful oration delivered bv this young Southerner at Parks Hill Encampment last summer Mr Wycoff has accepted this very kind invitation and will deliver the address in the event Congressman Stanley can notaccept MrsVycoff Pastor Called Eld F M Bare Lexington has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at this place he haying occupied thepulpit at that church last Sunday morning and evening There will be preaching at the Christian church every other Sunday until the 15th Of June at which time Mr Bare will move t0 Springfield and will then preach every Sunday Rough on Rats Harrodsburg Herald Tilford Huff tells us that he gets rid of mice and rats by wrapping cayenne pepper in a clothnndstuffiing it into the holes wh rethe animals pass in and out They gnaw at the tags and the first thing they know they have a dose of the pepper that makes them wish they had not been so industrous Mr Huff does not know whether they sneeze themselves fu pieces or simply hike to the neighbors A yb9WJthey disft Appear 4 t Z rTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL l4j190r t LOOKfO CREAGE A Writer Jri UptoDaie Farming Gives Good s Ar Advice to the Kr Growers LCTp to Date Fa ing I havi selected aUp it will reach a greater number of tobacco grovers and because the danger I see must be averted or our phenomenal success in organizing will avail us noth ing The world consumes a certain num ber of pounds of tobacco every year Heretofore we have produced to required amount to meet thefdemand when prices were 7i cents per pound for white Burley and3 cents per pound for dark Had the supply been short the manufacturers would have advanced prices Had we produced more than enough to supply the de mand the manufacturers would have reduced the prices Business men do not pay more for what they need than they have to Neither do they buy aI refdoted prices Now ifwe increase our acreage so as to produce two years supply in one year we will have to half of our crops or sell atreduced prices At present prices the temptation is strong to increase our acreage and at OfjlWhiteaverage crop of Dark the temptation is almost irresistable and will induce many outsiders td put in crops of both Burley and dark That the worlds consumption of tobacco is increasing I will idmit but not to an extent suffi cient to demand a very large increase in the production of the raw material and as sure as we increase the supply beyond the demand just so sure will there be trouble for our organisation On the contrary if we do not in outsidersdare pot to grow more enough to meet the increase in con sumption and we can safely count on 15 cents indefinitely Guard against overproduction is the warning I wish to sound in the ears of everY tobacco growers in the land Would that each local union whereto bacco is grown would take up this sub ject and discuss it from every point of view and then adopt means to prevent it We must prevent it Overproduction is the only thing that can defeat us if we stand by our colors with the AS- oj ElS commander In chief of our forces Let us pledge our 1907 crop at oncenot 72 per cent as we did the 1906 crop but 100 per cent The same Fi J908 and so on until we are able to fix and obtain reasonable and profitable price Should the present manufacturers refuse to be governed by the principle of justice then let us mane fajcture our entire crop Let us form a manufacturing company of our own if they will not pay fair and profitable prices for our tobacco Do you say we cannot successfully compete with the tobacco trustwe will not unite and stick that we do not know anything about manufactur ing tobacco that we have not the required capital Such talk as this might do for weak lings and imbeciles but not for Amer cabs especially that portion of them who hays grown 300000000 pounds of tobacco annually for the last ten years and have sold it to the manufacturers at cgst of production thus enabling them to make a net profit of 100 percent on Our tobacco while we made nothing Is it possible that the 200000 tobacco growers in the United States will longer submit to this wholesale robberyWe the tobacco and a thousand of us could put up 1000 each ten thousand could put up 500 each and one hundred thousand could put up 10 each In all we could put up 12000 Chamberlains Cough Remedy Tho Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy la remoras for cures over a largo art of the civilized wgrldIt can always 60 depended upon Itcontains no oprain or other bllrmful drvfChad maT be to anadult 1Prioe 60 eta i 11 t 4 000 a sutra sufficient to manufacture and sell our 300000000 pounds annual Iv and pay 20 cents per pound for an average crop of Burley and 15 cents per pound for dark and this too after reducing the price of the manufactured goods to the consumer 25 per cent Now let us hear no more of increasing the acreage or of our not being able to manufacture our own tobacco Now Mr Eventt I have written this hurriedly ana am anxious to get it before ourgrowers before they com plete arrangements for increasing ac reage S E HAMPTONI Butler Disagrees With President Nicholas Murray Butler president of Columbia university returned from his honeymoon trIp to the iWitie coifs full of impressions of San Francisco inn California snys the Sew York TribIune After personal observation Cutler says that he disagrees with President R serelts stand on tile Jhp anese question I e believes that the people of San Francisco are fully Justi fled In excluding them from their schools Dr But r says most of tbeI Japanese who try to enter the schools are grown men and he thinks there is no doubt that the policy of placing them side by side with little children Is bad The California sentiment on the Japanese question has not been thor oughly understood in the east and has sot been monde entirely clear here said Dr Butler The whole school question about which the recent dis cussion a rose turned in reality open the admission or opposition of adult Japanese side by side with little cbllI ircn in the public schools learning the unwlsdomIlions In southern California the sentl ment appears to be very critical of San Franciscos position as to Japanese Immigration as a whole and not In sympathy with it Moreover the people jf San Francisco are by no means unan imous and differing opinions are fre quently expressed The feeling against Japanese whlcbI has been Voiced largely by the JapaI nese and Korean Exclusion league did sot have a particularly creditable origin but has been strengthened among pertain classes who fear the Japanese as competitors The more thoughtful allfornlans however believe that the jo called problem of oriental Immigra tion can be more satisfactorily settled on national rather than on local lines end thus conserve the best interests of the United States and the dignity of the people of China and Japan The more violent expressions in regard to this matter seem to me to be the least representative Dr Butler alo told something of the process of rebuilding the city that Is now going on- Knowing San Francisco as well as I did he sall haYIng followed fhQ rive by the dispatches and ou the map I was not prep red for the amount and Completeness df destruction nor was I at all preps d for the work done since the flret Whole sections of thq city especially to the north and south have been completely or almost com pletely rebuilt The more fashionable and expensive residence sections have been practically untouched and remain lest as when the fire left them The business sections are rapidly rebuild ing although as yet nearly every Im portant business house In San Ifran Cisco Is In a temporary habitation Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar- Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan provincial Constable at Chapleau Ontario says I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy I tried it and after using two small bottles I was completely cured This remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a seveifecold in less time than by aat other treatment and is a favorite wherever its superior excellence has become known For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Have Thrilling Experience Lebanon Enterprise While returning from Springfield Monday afternoon the horse driven by Mrs Anthony Wal ston and daughter Miss Nannie Val ston became unmanageable and rah away Both of the occupants remained in the buggy until the animal suddenly dashed to the side of the road and jumped over a fence dragging the bugi gy with him The vehicle however did not go over the fence nor was Mrs Walston or her daughter thrown from it They hurriedly half fell from the vehicle and after some time suc ceeded in extricating the horse and buggy from the fence Upon examination they could scarcely believe that neither they nor the horse had been hurt and that the Vehicle had been only slightly damagedThey were driving j down a steep hill when the horse became frightened The accident is re markable in that no one was hurt and will doubtless long be remembered by the occupants of the buggy Out of Sight Out of sight out of mindis an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence RpbettsonDruggJsts My Marion County Falcon Mr Joseph M Mattingly died of consumption at his home in this city yesterday morning after a linger ing illness Deceased was 20 years old and the last surviving member ot the family of DrW E Mattingly who has the sympathy of the entire community in his sad bereavement While in the court yard Wednesday morning Mr W B Fla mgari suffered a stroke of paralysis of his left side ren dering his arm and leg useles He promptly received medical aid and was removed to his home where he has improved but on account of his extreme age his teteryis doubtful At 12 oclock last night fire broke out in the vacant room up stairs over the saloon of Boone S Colcher from some unknown cause and the prompt attention of the Fire Companysaved another big loss by A it the fire was confined to the building doing only slight damage to the livery stable o Crume Bros on one side and Mr George Bowman on the other As far as we have been able to learn Miss Henrietta Spalding is the most progressive raisers of fine poultry in the county The home of her mother Mrs Kate Spalding on the Springfield pike has been christened the Evergreen Bend Poultry Farm and Miss Spalding has purchased a new business wagon with the farm name printed on the sides and on the rear end the name of her favorite fowls White Plymoth Rock Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today although acitizen 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 cough and cold cure and throat and lung healer ever discovered Guaranteed by Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free In The House of Too Much TroubleI In the House ot Too Much Trouble Lived a lonely little boy playmateHeBut twas always too much bother Too much dirt and too much noise TroqbleWasnt And sometimes the little fellow Left a book upon the floor Or forgot and laughed too loudly Or he failed to close the door In the House of Too Much Trouble trJmIThere was little room for himj plavthingsHeEvery room must be in order Andkept quiet all the day He had never had companions liHe had never owned a et In the House of Too Much Trouble It is trim and quiet yet Every room is set in order placeAndWears a smile upon his face In the House Qf Too Much Trouble l1ne With a lily on his breast Grip Quickly Knocked out ISome weeks ago during the Severe weather both my wife anjd my self contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptoms says Mr J S Egletfrn of Iowa Knees and mpedalternate spells of chills and fever We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with a double dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grip Sold by every reliable dealer Blue Grass A Daily Thought Thoro Is but one straight road to success and that is merit The man who Is successful is the man who Is useful Capacity never lacks oppor tunity It cannot remain undl cov ered because it is sought by too many anxious to utilize capable man on earth is more itiile titan any precious deposit e earth and the object of a much more vigilant search W Bourke Cockran Shoes5 oor- PAIRS q To Be Sold at 25 Cents on the Dollar SALE IS NOW ON AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL ARE SOLD Can give you some remarkable Bargains Come early and get Choice Geo B Taylor A Royal OpportunitySweethearts rv I the words youve IYlongedpresent the beautiful ji pthey if + IJAS Jr GRAVES I 11 + 1Iuitiy + 111 iHE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth js the one that gives the best course in the shortest time and onsICLARKSplaces all graduates ih good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day Get full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev Granville W Lyon or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky I y J 818 818 BDI LAKES BARGAINS IN REALi ESTATE t dwellinggoodbalrper acre No 370 acres 6 mites from Springfield good dwilling good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 pei acre No 5467 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 9G5 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one Barn thafcwill hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 aCres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located t No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 1927b acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns win hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells pin of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 dweUingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 23139i acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from schools me timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one t 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bot tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn lbOxfO ft under pining layed iIi cement watEr in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in year No 2770 acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling ra barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road i mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30per acre easy payments No 301151 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres l acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 j No 3276 acres 3 J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pi e on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 No 33231 acres inNelson coonion Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at arn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 7Q acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price S60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well i fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap w No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yord HOt and cold water aU over house Qne of best neighborhoods in toWn 3000 pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 391021 acres good four room welling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 71 miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn hold seventyfive mules tobacco land t3Threequarters Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45164 acres one arid onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover prIce 2000 gMeldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water PJSnty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 50 =82 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco bam plenty tobacco land and locust postsgoodorc1ard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre No 61152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike In countywastelandRoodstableonehalf mile from pike One third of purchase money down rest In one two and three years Price 24 per acre No b3Q good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grand Y and Covin g tonavenuesp dwellingtobacco stfarrilstnBs Ds Lake3 Springfield F r TTW r cu i I i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNfDAY ARPiL 24 1907 t + t f J I Lakes OYe lowers pikeclasenew stock barn Price 40 per acre No 5733 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Willisburg pike landplentyNo 5b133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 finearchardPrice 30 per acre 14acrefruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 t virginsoiland buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land No 62ISO acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock schoolandtNo 63180 acres in Nelson 3 room dwelling on pike acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty tobaccofarmsNo 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike 5 room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn old stock barn acresof4of water Price 25 per acres Qndergaadroof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plentr of locusts 75 acres of land Plenty of grass Pride 4250 peracres No 68156 acres 8 miles from Springfield J mile from pjke 4 timber20 per acre 11067200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good piket 6 ckbarn75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre No 68180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land plenty of timber fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre rNb 70 144J acres good dwelling 8 acre tpbaccd barn 50 acres sometimberB O LAKE Real Estate Agent Springfield Ky Faiiceytoy I Will make the season of 1907 i1 my stable one fourth mile west of Cardwell F At 8OO + + i tFanceyone stocking eightyearsold this s 16 hands high and will weigh 1100 pounds He is the best disposition horse ever handled Fancey Boy was sired by Nick Wathens Fancey Boy his first4 I byCauncellor4 by Seal the second Gains Denmark by Sumpter Denmark etc By Nelse Royaltys Old George firstYOUNG GEORGE4 I dam by Royalty f Joe I assure the j public that this is the best young Draft Hbr4e in the county 800 TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND ANDSUCK mulezI Services of both horses and Jacks due when colt is foafed mare parted with or bIed elsewhere Lien retained on all edits until ltits 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 t W L GRAHAM Cardwell Ky + + + + The Late Freeze and Tobacco Plants 4 Farmers Home Journal Since last weeks issue of the Farmers Home Journal we have had two more severe cold nights producing considerable ice and quite a hard freeze for April Nu- meroUs sensational reports arebeing published and circulated to the effect that tobacco plants were destroyed or seriously injured It is probable that the latter is true Where the beds were not well protected it is probable that plants were frozen and will be late in recovering their vitality But from twentyfive years experi ence we are not inclined to believe that the plants are destroyed beyond recovery In considering the situation it must be remembered that the to bacco plant is a weedj and that after it has taken root the leaves may be frozen so that they will drop off and yet unless the root is killed it will grow up lateras any other weed will do If this freeze had caught the plant in the curl and had thus killed the vitality of the seed the damage would have been fatal but in most of the beds the plants were fully up and had taken root In such cases we believe that while the plants may be set back some weeks they will finally recover and produce plants for setting a fair average crop The crop may be curtailed some on account of the damage but we hardly think to the extent which some of the sensational reports would indicate A drouth at 4jr transplanting time has occasionally cut the crop short but we do not remember that a scarcity ot plants has ever caused a seriously short crop A How to Care For Silver In the first place keep It bright If never allowed to get Into deplorable condition its cleaning will be no hard ship says the Washington Star Regularly once a week wash It thoroughly In very hot soapsuds Remove one piece at a tme from the suds polish It ut once and drop Into very hot clean water When ready to dry take only one piece at a time from the hot water dry at once and polish with chamois skin or flannel This method Is much better than heaping the wet silver on a tray to get cold before dried Silver not hi general use should be wrapped In white tissue paper and kept In a canton flannel bag A special kind of tissue paper and flannel for thjs pur pose can be boughfat a reliable silver smiths Mark each bag plainly with Its contents When wanted silver kept this way will always be found bright How to Prepare a Terrapin Boll the terrapin until the skin on the claws Is sufficiently soft to rub at the slightest touch Take from thb shell and remove every particle of en trails and lungs says Miles Bradford In Bohemian Place the meat In n chafing dish If possible And butter pepper and halt the quantity of each depending on the quantity of flesh Let It simmer until the essence and butter reach the consistency of light gravy then serve hpt If desired a little good sherry may be added before eating but not while cooking Use no spices dress ing or other Ingredients that can detract from the flavor How to Clean a Pen A raw makes the best sort ot- pen cleaner though one that must ll changed every little whllt for obvioua reasons In some mysterious way It cleans the most scratchy soiled pen arid makes It as near like new as the wearing down of the nib allows far wore thDnOJm would dream pjosslble 6 ALBOHOIIC RED TAPE BilL Favoring Denatured Product Bound Hand and FootV SISenator Harisbrougu of North Dakota author of the denatured alcohol law is taking advantage of every opportu nity to impress on the president the linportance of having the treasury de partment exercise good judgment In the preparation of rules and regulations for the manufacture and sale of the new fuel under the law as amended at the recent session of coligreSsThe act dOes not go into effect before next Sep encourngetheliois expected will club together and engage III making denatured alco hol in much tIle same way they now cooperate jh maqy sections to conduct creameries j The original law for the manufacture of denatured alcojiol passed nearly a year ago is a failure writes a Washington fit ent of the Chicago Evening it developed before It was put into effect that the leg slatlan was so woified us tq mnk I impossible for anybody outside th whisky trust to engage in tub rnakln of the fuel The treasury department added to the uselcss less of the legisla tion by adopting rules and regulations whlch make It next tOt impossible for dealers to handle the c mJno lfy after the whisky trust has made J1 The internal revenue officer seems to fear that some one may convert a gal lon of the denatured article back Into the state in which It existed before It was denatured and use it for drinking This of course would be a violation of the laws and the Internal revenue bureau has taken pains to throw restric tions about the sale of the fuelV to this time only small quantities of ie denatured product have been on the market and If there has been any demand for It It Is because It Is a novelty The price demanded by dealers IIn different parts of the coun try Is xtortionateVI saw the sign Denatured Alcohol For Sale over a drug slore front here in Washington the other day said Senator Hansbrough and I asked how much it was a pint The proprietor answered 20 cents or 160 a gal lon That is outrageous Twenty or 25 cents a gallon would be a fair price I am told that dealers all over the country have been asking from 15 to 25 cents a pint for the fuel and there has beeii some demand for it at this rate slnljIly because It is a navelt The North Dakota senator w sheathe pre 4lrlpnf to see to it that when the amquded law goes into effec all unnecessary restrictions are removed If denatured alcohol It ever to come Into general use said he It must be- ns free from surveillance after it passes Into the hands of the dealers aw is gasoline There is no more rea son why Its sale should be hedged about by red tape than there Is for putting gasoline under guard I do not know that the Internal revenue depart ment is preparing to continue the stir veillance but I wish to make sure If I can that the fuel has a fair show with gasoline It every man who wakes It and every man who sells It Is to be under suspicion all the time it will never come Into general use Is It easy to convert denatured al cobol back into the natural state and use It fQr drinking It is not easy but It can be done da not believe anybody will try to con vert a gallon of thestuff back into its natural state All I am asking is that we may have a fair chance to see what denatured alcohol cnn do for It self It Is necessary that its manufac ture shall be under the eyeTbf the coy ernment but after It has left the ware house of the distillery it should receive precisely the treatment other fuel re senator believes the price of de natured alcohol should not be higher than that of fjasollne The price must comedown said he and I believe It will h we can get Into the market on the same footing with gasoline As long as It is to be an outlaw and the demand limited the price will stay up Power For Mines One of the striking results of the utilization of water power for the de yelopnient of electricity Is fouifd In mining districts where the absence of fuel Is an obstacle says the Philadel phia Press In Moxlco the cost of fuel had rendered Impossible the mining end milling of many grades of ore un til recently Now elwtrle machinery is used rim by water In the neighborhood The same conversion of wa ter pbvsfer Into electric powler Is rave lutionizing mining In some narts of the west inthis country Forty Years For Kidnapers The New Jersey assembly has n a bill making the penalty for kidnap ing forty years In sate prison rp cent kidnaping of the child of Dr Mar yin who lives in the adjoining state of Delaware prompted the measure No votes were recorded against itV It Rapid Fire Hammer A farjner near Novlnger Mo has Invented a rapid fire hammer The handle Is a magazine which will hold threefourths of a pound of any nlxe of nails up td sixpenny rIhe Jeeding Is automatic and nil the naU can be driven without reloading kI Annie Etly Seriously III saysSobbingbreak John B Etly charged with kill ing his wife has spent last two daysin prajrerfor tie r ca er of h- isSdaughterHospitalhnd gainstheralthoughherher recovery is certain John Etly was told of the rave cone dition of his daughter Wednesday night and since that time has made frequent and tearful appeals to the turnkeys of the jail to keep him informed of the condition of Anniel Accord ing to his attendants at the jail there is no malice towardj Annie in anything that her father has said 01 lone and his nope that she will seems to he his absorbing desirerintervfewEtlyreviewed told the same story that he nas from byAnniedying I shall never forget that scenei sobbed Etly as he was talkin15aminnocent of the crime am charged Poor Annie I love her and pray for her every day illness that has fallen upon her iTie my heart It Carried away by his js for a few mamentsEtly wiped the tears from his eyes and in a choking voice resumed his statement nShe was forced into what she has said about me Iam sure he said She never would say those things about her father for she kn ws that they are not trueV and I am certain that the separation from me and her brothers has had much to lbwith breaking her down i She was a thoughtless girl rind went places that I did nof want he to fTrianglewith of my wife and the next week Annie stayed out several nights to another whipping that was given her by her mother I dont care what they Say sh knows that iam innocent of killing my poor wife and when the time comes if she ony lives Annie will be the bes witness lo prove the truth to what I say She may have had a loyer that I knew nothing of that was in the house the night that my wife was killed It ouch was the case 1 am sure that Annies love for me will finally tell and that she will unfold to the court all that has occurred I love her so that I would give my own life if si e could only live The poor little m sguided girl Here Etly broke down completely IfStarving in Russia London April 19 Writing from the Russian famine district Dr lyennard who was sent by the Society Qf Friends to investigate conditions among the peasantry draws an appalling picture of the suffering After calling atten tion to th4 urgent and immediate need of funds he says This is the worst famine Russia has know No less than 20000000 people distributed throughout the Southeast ern provinces cannot live without aid to see another harvest I may say that this figure has been not only approved by the Zemstvo organization but also by the Government Funds will be needed to the end of CreatI Relief During that trying perio In which women so often suffer from nervousness l backache PrInSthereDr Miles AntiPain ilts They stop the pains soothe the nerves and give t- pWomen VI the relief so much desired If taken on first indication of pain or misery they will allay the irritable ondition of the nerves and s e further suffering ThoseWhJ use them at regular intervals have ceas ed to dread these periods They contain no harmful dju s tand leave no effect upoi1Vt3C hrV- or stomach as ed They give prompt relief II have been an Invalid for I years I haVJl neuraljda rh umatl l and pains boartV 4Jjr using Dr MJnb XtitlPjUn Cilia am relieved o thel and eteepand rest l thibdI inO of the Pain Phis Wh n I Was ntat taken trecommendMT13 HSNRT PUNK B AtoonJO Dr Mlfei AntiPain ftjla are ItMii by your who guarantee that the firstpackaa will benefit If It falls he return yaur money 25 doses 25 cents Never in bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind July to feedall these millions iand then the harvest will bring relief but there are many hundreds of thousands to whpm the harvest Will not bring re lief for they have neither land nor hat tlc The few cows that are in exist ance are in such a pitiful condition that they are useless for milking purposes The result is that babies and young children are being fdrced to eat coarse black bread and the indigestible young cucumbers which are luxuries to the adult Russian peasant but are death to the baby d11vancover the Sputheastern provinces reports 4re coming in of young women and girls Pbltamto whom the coming harvest medns nothing relief must be afforded dtir ir g the whole of the eanwhile epidemics df diseaseJdd terrible conditions Dr Kennard makes an urgent appeal for tinijed milk meats and meat juices Offers Herself for Sale Lean Core a pretty twentyyearold stenographer of Portland Ore deslrpsI to be an artists model and self fosale or lease for that purpose provided she Is assured the comforts and luxuries with which Evelyn Sea bit Thaw was surrounded when she posed for artists Miss Core has read with the keenestI Interest every line In the pertaining to the Thaw trial The rsI lations In regard to the luxuries upanfto her and were largely responsible for her strange offer to sell herself She expresses the conviction that any girl who has worked for a lIvln far a number of years should be willing to endure what Mrs Thaw Is now endur for the privilege ofhavlng lived as ling once lived She herself Is determin ed that It Is worth while and Is willing to pay any price for the trial The young woman has resigned her position as stenographer In the county clerks office Jn Portland In order to devote her whole time to carrying put her plans for the future She has been denied the luxuries that she craves so ardently and says that she convinced that as a model she will be able to procure what has always been prohib ited by her limited salary as a stenog rapher Miss Core Is a handsome stately young woman and a decided brunette She has very large and lustrous eyes and a wealth of flowing jet black hair She was twenty years of age last June How to Fit Candles The unlnitniteil still continue tola borlouplysbave tlown the end of n wax candle which Is too large for Its candlestick but It should never be paired to make It of the right thickness A bEtter method Is that of holding It In hot water tar a few moments wlftm the end becomes softened anti will fit firmly into the candlestick as sooa as the wax hardens again How to Treat a New Broom Steep a new broom before uslnglt In warm water for a few minutes The dry fibers ofit broom are brittle and likely to snap For this reason Ifs advisable to repeat the process about once a week Always keep brushes and l rOan hanging up They soon spoil if left standing on the floor His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Elec tric Bitters J writes WIB Bru son of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters effect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny chil dren too are greatly strengthened by stomachliverRobertson Druggists 50c Crop Report Givenl Frankfort Ky April 18 Agricul tural Commissioner Hubert Vreeland has given out thp Kentucky crop report for the month to date slewing the condition of growing crops the prosI byhisdepartmentThe weather during March was rather enablingfarmers and other work The work together pramofed rapid growth of wheat and brought out the pastures Fruit buds were also quite forward The cold waye however which occurred on April1st and 2d retarded vegetation to some extept and endangered tne fruit crop NoI doubt it is badly injured in many localities The indications are that a full crop of corn will be planted this year although considerable diffi culty has been experienced in securing good seed corn Nearly all the grow ers of seed corn report that the germ in most of their corn has been devital ized on account of the wet season Wheat crop is looking well Condi tions compared with a fiveyear aver age being 99 per cent The spring oats sowing is well advanced reports show ing that 76 per cent of the crop in the State has been sown so far as against 35 per cent last yearat this date Con ditions of rye and acreage sown last fallIS favorable Somewhat better than last year About 59 per cent of the crop of burley tobacco has been sold while the prices indicate that it is about 10 per cent higherthan in 1OVIn the dark tobacco districts 79 lIcent of the crop of 1906 has been sofay while the prices were about 5 per cent higher Seventythree per cent of the entire crop is pooled Meadows are looking well rating 100 per cent corn pared with an average of fiveyearsIIwhile the acreage is 94 per cent Acreage of clover about the same as last year Condition 9lper cent compared with 82 per cent last Qreae Acreage prospect of potatoes compared with a fiveyear average is 98 per cent being about the same as last year Based on a fiveyear average comparison in numbers on hand all kinds of liye stock seems to have fallen off slightly A large sowing of alfalfa is indicated for this spring Generally speaking alfalfa is looking well although many fields have suffered to some extent from the heavy frosts This wilLhave a tendency to set this crop back some what although it will not cause per manent injury Te report here enters into a discussion of conditions in various countiesV Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable A happy home is the most valuable possession that is within the reach of mankind but you cannot enjoy its comforts if you are suffering from rheuma careswhenbe relieye1 from those rneumatic pains PainBalmrelief and its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure For sale by every reliable dealer imithe Blue Grass VQ VAGreat Nuisance n liWhilisCentral I Re always worries a business man to be told Lines busy when calling for a num ber yet nothing provokes one like be ing told the same thing every few min utes for a period of half an hour The climax comes however and tile hurried businessman goes into a coniption fit when he finds the line wanted has beeflVheld by a young couple consuming the time in courting It is then he uses words that can not be found in Ue Sunday School papers When he finds that Jack Hughard has been talking to Maude Likeit during the time the business man has murder in his heart theiwarldthe business wires aiaIluHR aSUIiiIII ti ChestnutDarer A A SRtUE HAS NO EQUAL jIChestnut Dare is a sorrel stallion 7 Chestnut Dare was sired by Chester 16 hands ono incfhigha Dare 10 IstdaII1by Red Chi f2ridfi- Jrge handsamesaddle lanty BlackHavk chief 3rd dam by with size style bone iiriih Vi1flkCrB Dremon and conformation This ststnce proved L The Chester Dares are recognizad by a successful show horse last summer all to be not only the but winning 14 ties out of 16 shows the greatest show family of horses in Tho colts wqnfirst and teond ties Kentucky and Clstnut Dare is a IIWO over all competitors at our list faIr dc thy son of a great sire Ivasthethree seasons of colts haveever been as any stallion ui the county ever sold defeited a colt sired by a Washing for and three times as as has been ton county borse for a saddle and harness stallion of his colts of last season sold brought in the county so I z the ituhighestsameageby any horse AQ or type cant in thd county iI v peat or out sell 2O to insure a Living Colt- I sttJKtiaveWriorse LEXINGTON PRINCE to stand at 1 d arid my same 1 WO JACKS at 1 0 sod 8 r B1 B LEA CHMAW I3IIIIIIII1IIIIIU iIw- nvJ r r T I t J 1 lI4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1907 A Nice ICE PropositiohTJFroth the Springfieldi The Company will handleits ojvn Ice during the coming Season and will sell it so ijeapthat all people will be able to use it due ing the summer ICE will be Retailed at SOc A HUNDRED and Gupon books of5iOO and 1000 pounds will be issued 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 to a very nominal figure and will place this necessity within reach of all ICE WILL BE DELIVERED WIRE YOUR hrnusESlluring the next 9odasThe Springfield Water and Electric Light Co will wire houses at cost of labor and material Guard fires b using electric lights The new plant will soocl be in operation and the company will furnish the very best of lights = The Springfield Water and Electric Light Company TTTT TTTfftTLT I SPRINGFIELD SUN IISSUEDIn Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKymas as TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 7700SixThree Months 25 changedalwayst going as well as the postoffice to which you Wish it entrDEMOCRATIC TICKETS r For SenatorJ 0 W Beckham For GovernorS W 1 For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim ble For AuditorHenry M Bosworth For TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Secretary of StateHubert Vree land For Superintendent of Public Schools WinfreyFor K Hend rick For AgricultureJW For Clerk of Court of Appeals J B Chenault ANNOUNCEMENT Rogers Gore is a candidate for State Senator from the fifteenth Senatorial District composed of Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the Democratic party Occasionally we hear people talking about the farmer being an easy mark for the bunco man and indeed it is not infrequent ly that we read articles in news papers which convey the idea that the farmer is a Rube and a bonanza for the smooth indivi dual ofthe city or the shellman of the circus People who indulge in such talk and newspapers that print such stuff are as a rule more easily persuaded to bite than the farmer A case in point We have just read where an edi tor up in the extraordinarily en lightened State of New York paid s for two Kentucky banana trees guaranteed to grow and bear fruit through the blasts of northern winters One can hardly read a daily newspaper without noting one or more instances w ere city and town tolk have been buncoed out of large sums of money by confidence men People have a mistaken idea ifi they think the country fellow is thejitownellow be Unquestionably he is as in telligentas his city friend thqQghhe may not strut quite so artistically as some of the fellows whose practice as strutting has keen litelong upon the pave sIr The man or woman or newspa r p4ijjet believes that the farmer generally speaking is deficient in intelligence should at once perish Ii the thought He is a student a close observer and a man ofaf fairsi Outline of Bryans P atformf Kentucky State Journal James C Dahlman Democratic National committeeman from Nebraska after a consultation with William Jennings Bryan announces that the ownership of ailE roads by the goyernment will not be advocated by him and that the plans on which Bryan chiefly relies for Democratic victory are one defining the necessity and proper use of contributions from all sources to be used in the cam ptionot which respects it will be asserted President Roosevelt has overstepped trne democratic principles Tariff re form will alsobe made a strong feature of the platfornThe plank will be so worded as ta indicate a reasonable con servatism on ariff reduction It is be lieved by the Bryan leaders that Republican votes can be drawn to thet Democratic ticket by a declaration for a moderate reduction in many tariff schedules The trend of events especially in Cuba will govern to a extent the language of the plank covI ering colonial policy It is Bryans idea i not to antagonize the settled feeling of the people m this matter The slogan will be reform rather than the absolute disestablishment of the system already adopted Bryan believes in states rights and it is said that before the national conventions meet the problem of railroad trol will have been large ly wiped COt in Nebraska and other states aye necently passed dras tic laws governing common carriers A halt in naval and army expenditures will be demanded Electionof senators by direct vote reformation of Civil Service rules and a strong foreign pol icy will be urged Free silver will not be mentioned the agitation of the naturIaladopted and a safe and sane canvas is made we believe that Democracy will be triumphant especially if Mr Bryan is placed at the head of the ticket is 1LaRueis practically settled that Rogers Gore is to be the next Democratic candidate for the State Senate from the counties composed of Washington Marion and Taylor It is also settled that he will be elected probably without opposition In which case the district will have a good man at Frankfort to represent its peoples interests and those inter ests will never be neglected Mr Gore has numerous warm and personal friends in all the counties who will take a lively interest in his campaign and will see that he gets the biggest majority ever given a candidate in that district should he have opposition Harness Factory For Sate On April 27th 1907 on the premises in Springfield Ky at 200 ordock p nuvwe will offer for sale at public outcry a harness manufacturing estab lishment Th s machinery Is good as new and the stock fresh A good selection of cleanTiardwarq We ate located in one of the beat harness towns in the State and 2iayeca good trade that ia increasing Investigation will show that our reasons for selling are not for want of business Will do well to investigate Wilt sell priyately We have a good selectionof whips f1c1i Sun and Herald 2i A Roosevelt Idea Washington April 19President Roosevelt is studying over a new de in politics which whether it carried out to any practical result or not is certain to excite widespread discussion among public men the country over v The agitation for publicity of cam paign expenses and various laws in the States for official primary has caused the President to question in his own mind whether it may not be possible to devise a scheme by which the Government y assume the responsibility not only for the actual expense of the election as at present but tor the legitimate cam aign expenses of the regular nom His idea is forJrtulated he has no detailed scheme in view he is fully aware of the complexity of the subject and he sees in advance the manifold objections that will be made to it Nevertheless he believes the idea is worth consideration and it is receiving his earnest attention at the present jFI Spring Goods An Immense Stock selectedI kets of the country You are cordially in vited to call and exam ine our large line of Spring and Summer goods Come whether you want to buy or not It will be a pleasure to us to haye you examine Our godsMclntir i+ t1tlrl I HIGH SCHOOL t IO r OTES1 ill it ffiHiHit++ Our school baseball team opened the season last Friday with a victory aver Bardstown of 4 to 1 The playing on both sides was fast showing some wonderful possibilities among our boys that strengthens our hope of winning out in the Tournament The fourth grade save a dqljghtful entertainment last Friday afternoon under the direction of their teacher Miss HettieRudd ik Practice practice practice is all there is at the school now Glee Club entertainment Commencement and Tournament all are near at hand There is not a college in the State and I think we may say there is not a High School iri the United States which can boast a Mandolin and Guitar Club of the size and possibilities of the one we have been having this year The Club has undoubtedly been an interest in the school programs both at the Opera House and at our Friday after noon exercises It is going to do some thing all by itself next Friday evening at the Opera House and show that it is now in a position to be of value in the town JThe measure of its value will cfepend vepy largely on the patronage of the people their interest and encourage ment will have to determine whether it is worth while for the Club to go on working doing better things all the time and giv rig programs every now and then t can be made a fine sort of thing a valuable organization and one well worth the support and enthu siasm of the people and it is the am bition of the Club to do real things eventually things that count for some thing more than just stunts That would be worth while greatly we think a Club that could do things and could do them whenever it was called on it would surely mean something in a small town At any rate we want you to hear us Friday night and see whether there Is any hope for us or not We may be awfully bad the price of admission is so small that you can afford to make the experiment There are some things that will positively not be bad the Club may bore you all in the worldwe feel ever so safe in saying thatbut the special attractions we have gotten for the third part of the program will absolutely be worth your hearing Harry Shultz Basso Parker Medley Baritone Knight Handy Tenor and Leo Simms Tenor will contest for the right of representing the school in the Tournament against the otter High Schools of the Blue GrassJwe want to win that Conte t and one of these boys can do itany ono of them Which one will be determined Friday night Because the guitar has so many possibilities and because it is taken so little as a solo instrument the guitar work Friday night will be a feature the program There will be a double guitar quartette two numbers quar tette three numbers trio one number duet three numbers and a solo it will be evidenced that the guitar can do solo work as well as the conven tional accompaniment Come Friday night and show the Saxtbn Glee Club that its existence and growth is a matterof personal in terest to you PRATHERS CREEK perIryville sunIidaT Mayes Sunday Mr and Mrs R T Begleyof Texas were guests of the latters parents Mr and Mrs G T Mayes last Sunday fMrs J H Mayes is some better this weekMiss Lillie Smock spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs George Barker Mrs Mattie Crane and Mrs George Barker were in Mackville one day last week shopping Mrs Mattie Crane has recoyered from an attack of lagrip The people up this way are anxious to know what has become of the Sparrow and Owl The farmers are complaining that their old sheep are dying from some unknown cause Some say it is from eating frozen grass but others say it is from some kind of weed The farmers are complaining that their tobacco beds were damaged to some extent during the recent cold spellSome say that all ot the fruit is killed and others say that it is not but in my opinion what is not killed will fall off before it ripens The farmers are anxious for a good rain so that they can plant their corn The relent cold spell and drouth con tinued so long that grass has been set back Several from this community were in Springfield last Monday attending MOORESVILLE t rBorn since our last to the wife of Grundy Cutsinger an eight pound girl Mr T D Sweeney sold a cow and calf to Wm T Snider for 50 Some of our farmers are planting corn and others are through Miss Annie Jones of Kellys Shop will teach the Jensonton school No 30 theIthree trustees elected in school district No 30 next electionIBro Benight preached to good audi ences last Sunday at 11 a m and TiSO1 p m W 0 Ellis is very thankful to his patrons who fayored him with their order for spring delivery and is now ready for fall rders See himHe will work for an Ohio nursery this falL Measles are still raging in the Maud Mooresville and Midwa neighborhood Several of our people attended coon ty court at Springfield Monday There were two carloads of logs shipped from Booker last week T D Sweeney and son are pushing things right along with their sawmiltttat W T Sniderst CARDWELL funeral of Mrs Sallie IIThe will be preached atW iIisr Y third Sunday in May Mobley and E T Parking were in onibusinesstWe often read advertisements and say we dont see what good it does to advertise It does do good if you re member some few weeks ago W L Graham advertised in The Sun for some goodcats Mr EarlHall of Tatham Springs reading the ad and having a surplus of cats on hand delivered several cats to Mr Graham Mr Graham t being a man of his word received the Jcats paid the boys 25 cent each for the cats the cats went to work and Mr Graham will tell anyone he wouldnt take 2bO each for his cats- t William Foster has bought property at Cormshville from Mrs Amande Funk for 550 and will move to it October Graham Perkins bought from Es tell Caifett one brown horse for 7750 CunninghamW Patterson sold to G W Bot Ij of Lexington one fiveyearold for 200aE G Holliday bought of John Me Millon twentyfive ewes with thirty two lambs for 9 per head lambs thrown in and sold same to T I Royalty for 10 head- Graham Perkins sold to Andrew Butner one mare for 95 A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made m that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its gener i ally the result of protracted constipa ion following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver pre vents appendicitis and establish regu lar habits of the bowels 25c at Hay don Robertsons drug store 111 Farming Impleme- ntsBuggies NI I51 I T C TATUM GRUNDY of Valley Hill announce that they have a large line of- Buggies Runabouts Surreys E Wagons Cultivators Plows Disc Harrows In fact all kinds of farming implements and that they i are prepared to save the trade money vqn iit an thinfan thsllnc r We own our wa ejroom we have no house rent to pay We have no electric tolneet We have no clerks to morteyCall y T C Tatum Grundy Vally Hill y y- l r= f t = ti Ht ww 4iW44 r k THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 1241901 5 Complete Is My Stock of Millinery Readytowears Street naivete in large numbers Will make you the lowest possible prices WILLIAMSMILLINERY Dr J11 M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Exfracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield jKy Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Screen doors and windows also screen wire all widths in roll at Leachpans furniture store Pictures and picture frames at reduced prices E A Cox Creamery butter milk will be deliver ed to you at your home in Springfield at lOc i gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrott or the creamery NOTICEI have opened a cash produce house in the Camden building highestWash0 L Curry Everybody wants the best andto get the BEST SJtC B Leghorn chiqkens you should buy eggs from Mi sSueADuncan R FrD 3 SpHngfieW Ky 100 for 15 eggs Handsome line of Gocarts and baby carriages at Walter Leachmans Furniture store OFFICE HOuRsDr Jf C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can from now on be found in his of fice during these hours FARMS FOR SALEWrite W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want FOR SALEA two story business house in the town of MckvilleKy2- 4x50 feet with 10 foot shed room full length back yard with closet 20 inch adjustable shelving W0 sell cheap G ct me at Springfield Ky- Tnos r GRAVES WIRE YOUR HousES During the next 90 days The Springfield Water and Electric Light Company will wire houses at cost of labor and material Guard against fires by using electric lights The new plant will soon be in operation and the company will furnish the very best of lights EGGS FOR SALEGet the best My Brown Leghorns were premium winners at arrodsburg and Springfield in 1906 White Plymoth Rocks and white Wy andptts were premiums at Springfield Eggs 75c for 15 ATQ Kimball Mr Wm Nally will organize an A S of E Local at Valley Hill Saturday night Mr and Nits Sam T Ray announce the birth of a daughter Frances April 20th 1907 Geo R Mattingly Bardstown will be in Springfield Wednesday May 1 with a nice line of flowers and plants Display im front of court house You will want a refrigerator this summer Go t Walter Leachman Furniture tore and see his line before you buy f E A C9x thdphotographer will make his annual to Greensburg Ky to make photographs May 20th His gallery here will be closed for a month or so STRAYED On last Thursday night a white gilt weight about 175 or 200 pounds strayed from Boblitt and Bish opps livery stable in Springfield No markexcept tip of nose cut off Liberal reward BOBLITT BISHOPP jSalt rising breadat W P Law rences thefnight The Authenticity of the His tory Recorded in the Book of Genesis This is the fourth lecture is the series The Bible as Good Reading All are invited tbejschool house near Woodlawn in Nel son county Saturday evening April 27 at 2 oclock pi m for the purpose of organizing a local union Mr Jno Kinder who was employed by the American Tobacco Company at this place last year and who sustained injuries while at work in the warehouse fnderwentI Gilt Edge country butter 20 cents per pound kept on ice V Lawrences Grocery SM Campbell reports county court day sales as follows Several head of all kind of live stock on hand Stock hogs sold by the head and brought about 6J cents per pound Sows and pigs from20 to 3925 Cows and calves from J28 ito 50 Plug horses from 40 to 126 M 5 BLINCOE lMrs J W Burke died at her home near here April 15 fter a long illness of a complication ot iseases Deceased leaves seven childn n besides five sis ters and three broth irs to mourn her departure rooc mmunity extends great sympathy to he bereaved ones though all words o condolence would not heal these broken hearts only time with Gods help will heal this wound May she rest In p ace is the wish of her many friends Rev Father Pjete s will leave next week for Europe Rev Father Grotto of Louisville will be with us during Father Pieters absence which will be about three months Mrs Josie Cusick is very ill of pnea F M Newton who has been on the sick list fortseveral days is not much improved Mrs Edna Bratcher who was called here by the illness and death Otber mother Mrs Burke has ret rne to her home in Louisville Miss Lounette Burnete has returned home after a weeks stay with relatives in Louisville Misses Ethic and Prudie Cambron entertained quite anumber of friends af dinner Sunday Misses Annie Edna and Mary Edelen spent Saturday arid Sunday with their brother WK Edelen and wife Several from here attended county court at Springfield Monday Did you ever notice how nervous some girls get when their motherjn laws come around Miss Lela Mattingly expects to leave in the near future for Elwood Ind to be the guest of her sister Subscribe for The Sun SLOO year Subscribe for The Sun 100 year + iHt+ i+ + I t1j4 Wanted A SQUARE DEAL IS Mf MOTTO + tit Bring me your laundry I represent the Lebanon Laun Ask for Fdhrs Tonic and all kinds of soft drinks tlrJ TrulyJTil jt WP LAWRENCE w iil i ++ t9 s DsOss oeoeOOOOOOeoo 0 I o Personal Notes o 0oVisitors In and Out of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News 00000oeoeO080000oe Mr and Mrs Woodson Moss and son spent several days in Louisville last week fMrJ G C Wharton spent last week in Boyle county on business Mrs W E Leachman has return ed from a weeks stay with her mother Mrs Leahy of Crescent Hill Mr George Colvin was in Bards town Friday Mrs Dohoney of Lebanon was in town Saturday Mrs C R McElroy and daughter Miss Sallie attended the music festival last week in Louisville Mr and Mrs Lev Brown and son visited his parents near Tathum Miss Annie McChord spent Monday in Louisville Mr Oscar Brown of Louisville is the guest of his brother Mr Lev Brown of this place Mr Ray AlcClain left Sunday for Oklahoma City where he has accepted a position Ray is a young man of excellent habits and we predict for him a successful career Miss Lillie Simms has resigned her position as chief operator in the Telephone Company and has acceptdd a position as bookkeeper for M H Jones r Mr Wallace Duncan of Louisville spent several days with his parents at this place last veek Mrs Chas Hoskins has returned to Campbellsville after a visit to her sis ter Mrs Chas McWhorter Misses Lula and Myrtle Campbell were in Louisville Friday dfromMrs Fred Manget of Louisville Mr M J Jones was in Louisville Saturday on business rMr Jack McChord who attends school in Danville was at home FridayI and Saturday Mrs Edward M Russell and daughter Miss Margaret are guests of Mrs J J McClosky of Louisville this week Miss Elizabeth Leachman is visit ing her sister Mrs John B Hill of J Lebanon Miss Miranda Tucker is visiting her sister Mrs Nannie Drye of Leba non f Messrs Bob Marks and Bob Russell were at Booker the first of the 1 week jfromville Mrs James Haydon of Bardstown is yisiting her daughter Mrs Leo Hay don Mrs Joseph Claybrooke visited her father and mother at Bardstown last week rMiss Mary Brown of Louisville d pent a few days here last week with her sisters i tDr and Mrs RoBards have moved into their new bouseIiMr and Mrs John Mahon and children spent Sunday here with Mrs Mahons parents Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr Mr Ruel Foster was in Bardstown Sunday Mr Joe Wycoff has accepted a position with the RobertsonClaybrooke Company for the spring season Mr Gray Cleaver of Lebanon was here Tuesday Mrs Mack Miller of Bardstown will arrive Friday t6 visit Mrs J CJ Clay brooke Messrs K Y McElroy and Frank Peters of Lebanon were here Sa- turdaYtMr G E Medley of Qwensbord is here to spend a few days with his fami ly Mrs Mollie Russell of Bardstown spent Monday and Tuesday with Miss Lizzie HaydontMisses Jennie cCabe and Fannie Smith have returnei home after a two weeks visit to Mrs M S Scott of Winchester Mr Jim Hughes of Bloomfield spent Sunday with relatives at this place V4 Miss Prudie Blanford has accepted a position with the Cumberland 1016 phone Company as operator f Dr W E Crume of Fredericks town attended court here Monday Mrs Williams of San Automat Te as is visiting her uncle Mr W F Booker of near town Mr C C Christie and Mr Wm Bundle y of near returned last tor Wjeek trom a visit to Mr VT Sweeney and tanily of Elk Creek Spencer county Mr C C McGill ot Lebanon where s Tuesday on business ldherUiJvillers town was the guest of Rev Henessy Mrs Monday Woodson Moss and Pfleft today for a visit to her P Sulivfm Indiana Mr Joe Polin has returned law school in Louisville where he hzs finished L tftodayattending school there = Mrs G N Cooper was in Lebaho n last week to visit her sister Mrs F tl SpaldingIMiss Fannie McElroy is in Lebano visiting Miss Virginia Lisle Born to Mr and Mrs J S Brews 01 Monday a bOY TEXAS Mrs Catherine Thompsou of Camr ben ville has returned home after a i extended visit to hot sister Mrs Wi son Miss Myrtie Goode visited her broth er Mr Charles Goode near Lebano rMesdameswere in Harrodsburg last week guests of the formers father MrHourigham hiJdrCrofguest of her parents Mr and Mrs Jacob Kimberlin recently The American Society of Equity met Friday night It is reported that they had several new joiners Mr Clay Brady happened toaver painful accident last Friday WhilI working in the field his horse in som JI forfYeprdom came to therescue Mr Brady suffelfgreat SPARROW Mr Claud Perry will teach the fall term of school at this place- R N Vowels sold to Gus Casey one work mare for 875 V barne3srprivate Chas Stinett and wife spent last Sunday with W C Clam mack and wife Ray Stanley and Miss Ola JefFris of Glensboro spent Saturday night with their aunt of this place Dr W T Barnett and wife of lackvilje spent Sunday night and Monday with his mother of this place W R Moore was in Louisyille last week buying goods Miss Jappa Barnett has gone to Kansas where she expects to until fall stayI A L Jeffries wife and son of Glensboro spent Tuesday night and Wednesday with W C Cammack and wife W C Cammack wife and little daughter Icie spent from Saturday till Monday with J D Sutherland and wife of Sycamore Valley M H Jones of pringfield was in our midst one day last Week in the interest of his poultry business struck a good place for chickens and eggs but the merchants thought his prices were too lowiWillJenkins me after an extended visit to his mother near Tathamsprings Mrs Wilkes Morgan and son Car of Louisville are spending a few days swith her mother at this place Thb recent cold weather has made fruit and tobacco plants look sick Born to the wife of C C Sparrow 01 April 15th a girl I suffered for five years with kidney and liver trouble which caused severe pains Across the back and blinding headache 1 had dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathartic I was cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months says Mrs Arthur Strickland of Chattanogga Tenn For sale by Red Cross Drugstore Springfield Od Clock In Good Repair James H Clark of Hardwlck Vt has a clock about 160 years old The mah gany case Is seven feet tall The works are of wood and all the repair Ing needed for a long time had to be made on these to the Swell and for those de siring omethins plain and but well THE SNAPPY AND- ATTRACTIVE and- WILLAPPEAL TO THE 01 MAJORITY We guarantee every to be a s represented Come to us for and get fl AN- IMMENSE TRADE the past ten days I haye IIDurinp trade on all kinds I found it necessary order another large shipment lito next Saturday Come in and them on display Saturday f I CARRY A OF BABY A GOODSHAVE IN STOCK A LARGE OF PRETTY Miss Willie Knott f t First National 1Ib = Poultry Raising Pays 1 l+ Farmers ar commg 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 ofl year to iced your fowls a good tonic v that only healthy hens lay eggs R41144 fed to your fowls two or three times a week offdiseas es for roup cholera gapes and limber yourIen or times a day as a preventive of disease give one to three drops to each fowl in the feed two or three times a week Turkeys being more delicate should be fed one to three drops at a feed t Can you afford to loose your chickens when R41144 is guaranteed by your druggist to give satisfaction or your i will be refunded Ask Mr Haydon Ii m iHELARGEST STOCK pillllZllllll ri 1 v t I SpringC1othingEver V The size of the toCK is not allwe boast of The makes are the best the Eastern markets afford The patterns are the desirable We have them suit both Dresser neat tailored STYLES ARE TASTES THE Suit your Spring Suit safisfac FULL LINE LINE CAPS Opposite Bank = Remember wards only money most tion YOLT CAN GET AIY PRICE SUIT HERE You have1 more to se 5 lect from than you can find elsewhere and you can get them for less money i Wet will Appreciate a Chance to Show You these Goods 4I i The Robertson t- ir ftayjbrpoke t Company ifc c t I i r r If i L T T e9 i1w f f f t SPRINGFIELDj SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1907 The Arms r Jlthe Law By FRANK H SWEET 9 Copyright by Frank H Sweet c 6 the daily mldseason WHEN rounded out from the slowed across the and came to a smooth almost suave stop at the en d it the Royal Poinciana the usual peopiwere In attendance An orchestra in iie co coanut grove swelled out alluring strains of welcome From the docks came the occasional creaking of yacht balls On the Poinciana steps the plat form in the grove along the paths Were scarlet coats find gauzy summer like dresses and golf sticks trnlubutthe scarlet coati and gauzy dresses r nBE SAID GOOD MORNINGJ did not notice them Multimillionaires had become a drug at Palm Beach Thus it was that the railroad mag 1sate of a dozen millions and the cop perking of three times as many walked from the cars with only the buzz log tip loving attendance of bell boys and porters copperkingHerman Michigan made a stronger for local recognition He went fishing His own line had been thrown over board soon after leaving the dock but tat a nibble came as an encourage anent for him to persevere tt1n tired slr1tbe boatman naked Rather Tiennan confessed yawn ing I dont believe Im much of a fisherman after all Thats cause you aint in practice encouragingly Herman assented by a nod and the boat was run alongside the Pitts is land dock Tiennan stepped out light ed a cigar and sauntered away into one of the shadowy Half an hour later he found himself sear a cottage which was almost con cealed from the path and wholly from the water He passed around this and town to the shore beyond A young man was seated upon the trunk of a fallen rubber tree fishing His bat kris was drawn far down over his eyes as though to shield them from the IUD but na sunlight could penetrate through the density of the overhanging foliage At the sound of approaching footsteps he started and turned Oh he said Goo morning reSpondedFiShing M 1 No hardly that seating himself again upon the tree trunk I knew little of the art two weeks ago Since then I have fished quite a good deal Hermans gaze left him and wan tiered put across the water He wanted to be amused Presently he sat down upon the trunk and made some com invent about the fishing Tbe young nan answered shortly and with a covert side glance of Inquiry But a few moments later as tho ghthe scrutiny had been reassuring he opened a basket at his side and took from toTieranfood cast At the Western Union once of the Polnciana the little machine which fcept the guests in close touch with- the outside world was clicking along tedustrionsly and the boy who deliv ered the messages as they ran off was taxed not to fall behind Occasionally an cwner could not be found and the small envelopes would be brought back and placed upon the desk there to wait mother attempt at delivery later Two feoura after the copper king left the fcotel one of these was brought back With Tiennan not to bd found gone 4o the inlet fishing The operator did not look up but rithi one hand be motioned the en irelope from the undelivered pile Seemed to be important he said moat be delivered atone Go find his anyledyttMt take the message up the lake r r lt Bit that was not necessary for as tfcf 7 bft the office he saw Tier uVi ecretaiy entering the rotunda 4rfwfoQtsrI d In less than ten mIn X ttes the secretary was hastening up the lake at the maximum speed of the fastest launch which could be pro cured He found the copper king on the tree trunk his face eager his tones jovial On the ground lay four large fist and he had caught two of them But at sight of his secretary and the yellow envelope his face clouded Couldnt you wait till I got back he exclaimed testily Dont you know that an Interruption now menus bad luck Ill not catch another fist Here give me the telegram He read it with gathering frown then thrust it impatiently Into his pocket r Wire Sauudeij to have extra vigi lance at all the port towns and along the Canadian frontier he grumbled Offer twenty thousandfifty thousand for the fellows apprehcusion But of course Saunders understands and has done everything that could be done There was no use bothering me Yes that Is all as the secretary turn ed and then paused inquiringly You may go now I will not be down for several hours I want to catch an other fiuif- Be coiled his line as the young man had shown him and threw it with all his strength But tlie cast was poor and he drew inland coiled and cast the IJjje once more Then he resumed place on tIle log hisI Tjie young iOOn was bending watching his line Apparently he not noticed the secretarys hndI his companions Impatience Five utes passed then he drew In his and another large fish Tierman watch ed him gloomily Another five minutes and he too began to draw In his line but it was to wind It for departure Im going to quit he declared Lucks turned and I might fish on all day now wlthtfuta bite The young man rose Its too bad he said but youve made a good catch anyway These fish will be worth showing at the hotel Tiermans face brightened Thats So he agreed Ill send the boatman to them But If it hadht been for 1t1at fellow I might have caught another Very likely Did he bring bad newsWell yes In a money way dryly the difference between fifty thousand and ten times that amount You SeeI it was this way A man who was ing mining property for me disappeared with what we thought about fifty thou sand That was nearly a month ago Of coUrse we took the usual precautions against his leaving the country This telegram states that recent inves tlgatlon has lifted the amount to half a million lrAh that was quite a haul And the fellow escaped So far but hell be caught all right carelessly Folks dontfind It easy to do such things nowadays and get off Fifty thousand Is a good bid for vigilance and besides we have some of the test detectives on the lookout Every avenue from the country Is guarded Perhaps he slipped out ahead of the guards NoTwegot a clew of him at New Orleans two weeks ago He had engaged passage on a sailing vessel for South America but grew suspicious and did not make Ills appearance Shrewd of him too chuckling for we had a detective on board waiting for him No no well have him all right Hes ln hi lng somewhere and Its only a fatter ot time But about the We must have some moreI of It together I didnt know that 1 was a fisherman but It seems I am Now see here I had my Steam yacht come down ahead of inc Its at Miami now Suppose I wire the captain to run up and take us off for a Jew days Will you go An odd look flashed into the young mans eyesand he turned away for a moment The Mopa 7 he asked Yes You have heard of her Of course I read the newspapers You are Mr Tierman sometimes called the copper dug of Michigan And I have read something about the man you are looking for and formed an opin to hiM whereabouts You see apologetically we detectives are al wayson the watch for such things and rend them ub even when we dont ex- Pect to engage In them personally I came here for quiet but the profession all instinct Is easily aroused Ah you are ready to go I wilLwalk along with you They went up past the cottage and on through the semitropical growth to the dock wbere Hermans boat was waiting The young man walked with a quick springing step the dreaming listlessness gone from his eyes As Boon as the boatman bad been sent back after the flab he placed a hand upon his companions arm Look here Mr Tierman he said with an odd subtle challenge in his voice which the other did not appre ciate until afterward I want to go Into this think Whatthe fishing No the finding of your man I have a theory which I think will bring him to light and I dont believe that any of your other arrangements will Fifty thousand I think you said Is that for news of him or big apprehension 7 Either fo4 positive news his appre bootyIfrom his pocket as though to make notes then went on From what I read in the papers you did not meet this ban yourself Noi I was in Europe and cabled for Sounders to engage him I bad heard expertfSoabout the Mona She Is dQwn1Now at a moments notice seaworthy Tauppofle COt course She was built only last year and her curtain has orders to be ready to start within fifteen minutes after receiving a telegram I havent been out in her myself yet but the captain says sbe is capable of a voyage around the world But what has that to do with the fellow BostwickeV Everything I want the Mbnas help to find him Oh I understand Its a rather startling proposition at the look on the others face but its the only one that fits into my plans You put the Mona under my charge for two weeks and Ill engage to find your man Im positive I can do it And I wont ask for a penny of compensation unless I do Isnt that fair I suppose so discontentedly But my private yacht Let me hire a tug foryou or anything Nothing but the Mona will do Ilos willdrop hundrel1IItwp weeks But still Tierman hesltiteij It Tsnt so much time rioney he ob jected as It is the fish jg Ive plan ned a lotof fishing sjnce I caught those two back there Then lis face clear lheryou may have the Mona and welcome getIwe are out asked the young man uNo no Mr Tierman the fishing must wait My theory Is this Bostwickes hope is one of the South American ports probably Paramaribo There he could be In close touch with the In terror where be probably has friends and where can be found a stirring fu ture for a man of enterprise and capi tal and where there would be little danger from extradition papers The Mona is swift and I could make the run in a few days find him and wire you Almost before you realized the fact the mystery of Bostwickes where abouts would be a thing of the past Oh you can have the of course yielded Tierman reluctantly but Im unwilling to admit candidly that just now I would rather catch a few more big fish than even Bost wicke But here comes the boatman f will give you a note to the captain of the Mona and you can go down to Miami on the evening trainINo a better pl4n wire for him to steam this way at once said the young man hastily I andIIW take a launch and meet him BoyntonI coursei a papers Then you know as much as I do But why not run down to Miami I wouldnt delay you any I think and the police there could give you matlon and very likely shoW you a pi ture of the fellow But the young man laughed Id rather not thank you he said sPuknow POBOOT TO ASK YOUR Name ousy I ut Id rather go through this thing alone Well wIro Just as soon as you can Ill be ready to start in a few hours The copper king stepped on board and the boatman raised and swung his sail into the wind Then as they bore away from the dock Oh say I tort got to ask your name What shall wirer VAlson Mr Alson tbo young man called across the widening and wire the captain tliatljljicaistraight down the coast YouM hear from me mside of two weeks He was better than his word Only eight days had passed when Tierman received the expected message Though It brought the Information promised the copper kings face clouded as his eyes ran over the lines and when he finished he muttered discontentedly Too bad Too bad Well not go fishing together after all The message man t here and la willing to give up hilt booty Indeed he very glad of the chance Two weeks Isolation with himself brought tome very pertinent thoughts However he felt that he must ticapo and that hp could not live In exile without the meant of subsistence So he turned detective and Trent In search of himself Of course be browVt tb reward along The other four hundred and fifty thousand will be found In a tin box two feet underground at the northeast corn or of the B mlnol hut on Pitt Island The Mona left here yaetcrday and 1 strike Into the interior this afternoon Your ALSONBOtf1W1CKEParamaribo P tLI am sorry aboutthe dtohtnc i NEW RA fOR CHINA Missionary Says the Empire Will Have a Parliament Sbon FOOT BINDING TO BEGIVEN UP Japanese Experts Teaching the Mili tary Art In Chinese Schoo sCould Raise an Army of 40000 00 Men Eager For American Advice and Aid The Rev Dr Hunter Cbrb tt who has been a missionary in China since 1863 representing the Presbyterian church there recently when n Chicago gave an throws much light tions in China Dr InterYlelwhich ed at Ohefu which Arthur and travels of ShangtuiiK the ages Confucius and Menclu estab lishing stations and missions of his churchOn arrival In China said the mis siouary toj 2JtcOrdII raid re porter after sailing voyage of IGj days around the Cape of Good pOj e we found a land that did not welcome us This of course made our the more interesting as well Ins dUn cnltAt that time these were 1000 converts connected with Different Protestant missions In till th na and these were confined to the open ports forelgners not being allowed t live In the Interior Visitors likewise were permitted to traverse the inland country only on special occasions Today there are more than 150000 c mmunl cants In the Protestant church In China Since the Boxer uprising in 1000 more than r0000 new converts have been added This number Is greater by far than the number ot conversions made In the first sixty years of Chinese mission work which was begun 100 yejars ago by Dr Robert Morrison Dr Jjtorrlson tolled for twentyseven years among the Chinese and only saw two Christian converts In all that time The beginning wits necessarily slaw but the of the work wfad substantial as the figures mentioned will how In 1840 so far as know there wad only one Christian concert In China When I left America on JTuly 3 1863 the day of the battle of Gettysburg there were no railroads across the United States no stertmshlps cross ing the Pacific ocean no Suez cajnal and no cable around the world In China as may be Imagined the situation was much worse today the empire Is awakening In a marvelous tteentbeen established at the leading enters newspacread The government has established schools In nil branches from tpe kin dergarten to the university all over the empireA constitutional form of overn ment Is In effect and a parliament Is promised in the near future Procla mations have been Issued by thie government urging all to give up the cruel strFnuouseffortsmoking The British government agreed last May to release China there lifter from receiving opium from India Military schools and colleges are crowded with young men who ar dally taught and drilled by expert from Japan A high official has be nap pointed to reorganize the Chines army on a western basis The mllltaiy posy slbllltles of China are such that If she would put the same ratio In her army Germany she could furnish 0000 000 troops rind still have a large nough force left to carry on the orlln ry In dustries of the nation Accord ng to General Chinese Gordon and others there can be found no braver or more efficient men than the Chinese when they lire properly drilled and led Walt feW years and let Japan and China mite and what Western nation would want to meet then on the battled ld China is eager for the help tbut the United States as a nation Is ale to By sending wise and statesman like den to represent the states n u min isters and consuls wonders could be accomplished for these men cou d ad rise with high Chinese official and yelp them to understand the necessity sad Importance of colonlzntiop the taovlng of families from overcrowded locaUtaesIttoted men and women to learn the Chi lese language and system of tb col leges they would meet with a warm tvelcome from all classes and be able to build a high ideal before the rising generation and by starting Christian Influences could make the Chinese na Jon a power for good and not for ter ror T The Chinese have remarkable char icter though the average person here knows nothing of this Here you see inly the worst of the Chinese the low t st dregs of the empire as a rule but the better class of Chinese are surely worth while They are the most In lustrioiifi persevering family loving nw abiding and most economical people perhaps on earth Many of the oung people there are brainy and equal to any task the west has yet bcen ible to set before them New Oats and Persimmons A new variety of oats expected to tleld our tamers several bushels more per acre than any of the best species which they are now growing is one of the now plants which Frank N Myer Uncle 8nmH agricultural explorer In China has just found also a delicious Chinese persimmon which can be pared and eaten like apple thl t HELPED FATHER mE Baby Girl Innocent Accomplice Ill Parents Suicide FIXED GAS TUBE FOR HIM Then Schmidt Unable to Move In haled Deadly Vapor and DieduSee 1Papa Is Sleeping Child Told He Helpless arid unable to move Theodore Schmidt a paralytic who dwelt at 881 East One Hundred and Thirty eighth street New York city bribed onlysIxend of a rubber tube In his mouth and the other over a gas jet Then he said to her Now turn on the jetas mamma does when she lights the gas It will make VIOLET PLACED THE TUBE IN HEB PAPAsl MOUTH papa sleep baby You will see papas eyes close and then kiss him again anti run as last as you can to mamma Tell her pupa is resting at last Violet turned on the gas saw her fa thers eyes close und pressing a kiss on his face ran as fast as she could t the neIghborsIPapa Is fast asleep and he says hf wants you Violet announced between breaths to her mother Mrs Schmidt asked the child to repeat the message and a strange terror seized her She caught Violet by the hand and hurried homeSee papa is sleeping Violet an nounced as they entered the dining room Njclgbborstheard the screams of Mrs Schmidt Policeman Bentley of the Alexander avenue statlon summon ed an ambulance from Lincoln hospi thatSchmidtSchmidt had been a painter and his little home was cozily furnished They propped him up In an Invalids chair after his paralytic stroke and Baby Violet was his constant attendant Mrs Schmidt maintained the family by day work At times thought of his helplessness well nigh crushed Schmidt He told his wife that death would be kind In removing him as a burden on her Mrs Schmidt had no fear that her httsband8 melancholy would give rise to plans for self destruction She knew that his strength was measured by the obedience which Baby Violet gave to his slightest expressed wish Mrs Schmidt left the house to go to a neighbors home Baby Violet now nearly six years of age told later how implicitly she had obeyed her father following her mothers departure Schmidt called his little daughter to the dining room where he was prop ped up helpless and confided to her that he was suffering and needed her comfortPapa wants to go tisleep baby he said Baby knows the rubber pipe that Is on the back of the stove Run and bring It to papa Violet sass she obeyed and received a kiss in return She drew a chair up to the wall beneath the gas Jet and waited for further Instructions Now put an end of the pipe over the gas Jet just as you would put on your stocking baby This done standing on tiptoe Violet ran to her fathers side Papa wants to take the tube In his mouth baby Violet faltered Her father had nev er before suggested little tasks which were so impenetrable to her childs mind But she was Instantly reassured when her father begged another kiss Surely all must be well Violet placed the free end of the tube In her fathers mouth and had a great todo in tying It firmly with a string as he suggested Then came his last command and his last sleep 1 Tied Baby to a Post Attracted by the pitiful dries of a child neighbors entered the home of Lockportboy tied to a bedpost He said he was hungry and when fed ate ravenously The mother watt found In a distant part of the city and was arrested on a charge of cruelty and neglect Neigh bors allege she ties up the boy and goes away for many hours at a time The baby had a rope twice around his waist and tied In bard knots r L Dr WFTrusty Prac- ticalDentist f SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber LAKErInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable theworDr HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE 7tto9 a nHOURSI 4 to 8 p ntfr Dr J C MuddfSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE cI STORE Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M Drat y PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPTON MX SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 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e 8 18J 18 1I A Piano Placed I In Your home On Trial II IF YOU intend purchasing a piano it Would be1 dollars in your pocket to get in correspond ence with us Being the largest piano dealers in the South and buying them in carload lots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Phrr Pianos and Piano Players that will quickly convince the most skeptical that we can doall we say if given the opportunity Our dine consists of the following worldfamous makesr I PIANOS PRiCEJT 178 UP 1 PLAYER PIANOS H S5OO UP PIANO PLAYERSr PRICE250 EontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly nd me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trIalIt jVl V Name Address iMONTENEGRQRIEHM MUSIC COINCORPORATED fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 1 rSTATE NEWS HAPPENINGS BRITTONS MEMORY WAS BAD Peals of Laughter Greeted the Alleged Assassins Words JLexington KyBUr Britten charged with complicity in the murder or Jas Cockrell took the stand to testify In his own behalf His absolute lack of memory on every point of vital bear ing on his case prevented the defense as well as the commonwealth secur ing important evidence from him To 90 per cent of the questions asked him he replied I dont remember as I can not recollect until his lapse of memory brought the courtroom into pear of laughter Although a special depUty sheriff of Breathitt county for two ears Britton said he could not recall where the sh rUts office was located In the court house He said he remembered distinctly however that he saw Curt Jett In the court house corridor after the shooting and that he had a pistol in his hand- WJTHDRAWAL QF NAMES From a Local Option Petition declared Illegal By the Court Ashland Ky Therejwlll probably be a loqal optionee ectlbn In the Fifth recentrulingcision having been overruled in part by Judge S G Skinner of the Boyd county circuit court on demurrer r from the anti saloon faction Judge Davis decision was based on the with jtawal of the names of six petitioners petitionner practically reversed the decision holding that the six petitioners had no legal right to withdraw their names The saloon men have been given time in which to file an answer The temperance faction have asked that the election be held May 14 KILLED IN PISTOL DUEL Slayer Telephones For Officer Wh Places Him in Jail Wiiichester Ky James Morton and Fount Rose who live near Indian Fields in the eeastern part of the county engaged in a shooting affray In which Morton shot Rose three times with a pistol to bullets entering his head and producing Instant death Immediately after the shooting Morton went to the home of a neighbor and telephoned for an officer saying he was afraid to come to the city without pro tection Deputy Sheriff Evans went after him and lodged him In jail A few months ago they had trouble and Rose emptied a load of small shot in Mor tons back doing butlIttle injury Mor r ton pleaded selfdefense GREEN FOUND GUILTY After Bigamy Charge Was Change- to Grand Larceny Louisville KyFrank Green tried Qn the chargE of having stolen 59 from Mrs Katie CoOns who Is als alleged to have been deceived by a nook marriage was found guilty b jury in the criminal cburt and sen fenced ioiBve years inii the le1 t tiary tins Coons originally had Green arrested on a charge of bigamy she having followed him to Indianapolis and found that he had a wife and three children However when it became clear that her marriage with him was not genuine the charge Was changed to grand larceny Robberies Reported Lexington KyA telephone mes sage to Capt Y G Mulliken of this city to hasten to Mt Vernon with his bloodhounds disclosed that a gang of robbers Infest Rockcastle county and are plundering right and left In the last two days ahalf dozen stores have been broken into and robbed The store and postoffice at Wilddee was ribbed and 0000 in cash secured l FIRST SHOT In Cockrell Murder Fired by Curt Jett John Smith Swears Lexington ICSJames Cockrell was assassinated by Curt Jett John Smith and John Abner and the plans were laid for the assassination by Judge James Hargis Ed Callahan William Britton and Elbert Hargis Curt Jett fired four shorts John Ab ner fired three shots and I fired one shot all from the first and second windows on the second floor of the west side of the Breathitt county courthouse at Jackson This statement was made by John Smith a witness for the prosecution who made a complete confession o the assassination f Cockrell He told the story of the plot to murder and It execution coolly and calmly tDespit- the statements that have been pub lisped from timeto time that the wit nesses for the prosecution were a son ry lot these Statements have not been substantiated by the appearance of the Commonwealths witnesses a this trial As a reward for the murder of Cock rell Smith said that theHargises and promisedo to start a wholesale whisky at Jackson and put him In charge of it DENOUNCED BY BISHOP Is Father Coffey Who Advocates Lo cal Option In Owensboro Louisville Ky Bishop McCloskey of the Diocese ofLouisvJlle sent word to the clergy of Owensbord that Rev J Thomas Coffey of St Louis who making speeches in that city in favor of local option had no standing and that the priests itfthat city snould not recognize him Father Coffey 11 is said cane Intb the diocese to make speeches witlttut asking the permis slop of the bishopwhich is against the rules The bishop while In favor of temperance is opposed to priests com ing to is diocese to meddle with pure nodn was velJ- much s irprised that he should come to Luis djocese to preacH without obtaining 4the usual permission The announce Cotofey appeal to Archbishop Moeller nYr case diocesen Irl Chickering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Arm strong Marshall Wendell Foster Co- SphmerCecilian FarrandCecilian and the AutoPiano t The CeciHan A player that can be at tached to any make piano r In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we YourMhome on trial Snd if you are not sat isfied with itwe will take it out and the trial Vilit cost you a cent 628630 BONDS FOR PIKES Authorized By the Fiscal Court of Christian County i Hopkirisvllle KyWith only one dissentin j voice the fiscal court au thorized tissue of 100000 worth of Christian County bonds the proceeds from which are to beused in extend- Ing the tirnpjkes of the county The bonds wl be 30 years and bear 5 per cent nteifest payable semiannual ly dating from July 1 They will be offered a public auction on June 4 People Ih Ing along the roads which it is propos id to pike are so anxious for the impr vement that they are con tributing generously In 19QO the county purchased all turnpikes and made then free the system at present embr cing about 125 miles wo Thirds Pledged Lexington KyFour thousand acres of the Scott county tobacco crop of 1907 has been pledged to the Amer can Society of Equity and by the time of the burley tobacco growers barbe cue to be held In this city April 25 5Qjod acres of the Scott county crop will be signed up This statement secIacres of tobacco In Scott county Nothing To Confess Says Callahan Jackson Ky Former Sheriff Ed Callahan left here for Lexington where he will appear as a witness for Bill Britton with whom he Jointly is In dieted for complicity in the assassination of James Cockrell Callahan vig orously denied a report that he would confess to participation in the Cockrell murder saying that he had nothing to confess Distillersf Thompson of Harrodsburg who Is regarded straightethat just as soon as he could wind up the case he has here in court steps would be taken to reorganize the association of distillers Independent of the etctAt Covington Next Lexington KyThe Kentucky State Optical Association met here The following officers were elected E Peeper president W A Metzger vice president E E Elchiin second vice president William Irion secretary and treasurer Covington was selected as the place of next meoling Carnes Demurs Frankfort KyIn the Court of Appeals counsel for Judge Games filed a demurrer to the motion made last week for a mandamus to compel him ordersgranting a change ovenucln the Hargis case to Elliott county IBoUght By the Bell jWHHamstown KyThe Citizens T lephone Co of Kentucky which Is the Kentucky connection of le Bell CQof Cincinnati has purchased the franchise of the Willlamstown and Owenton Telephone Co for 15000 tRheumaticPains Relieved The quick relief r from rheumatic pains afforded iy hamberl ins Pain Balm has surpnsed anddelighted thou sands of sufferers It makes sleep and beenopermanently cured of rheumatism by the use of this liniment For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass CAUGHT BYCOMPANYS PRESIDENT AFTER EXCITING CHASE WASTHE ALLEGED EMBEZZLER Who Confessed That He Stole 150000 Worth of Chicago Rock Island and Pacific ponds New York April 220a1 leI ah ThornE millionaire president of the Trust Company of America after an exciting chase lasting more than 12 hours in which he was aided by 28 of the concerns employes caused the ar assistantloanIng 250000 worth of Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railroad bonds ne gotiable anywhere The capture was made under most dramatic circumstances Douglass with his wife under the nanies of Mr and Mrs W R Gray Boston Mass luul registered in the Hotel Portland No 130 West Fortysventh street but a few minutes before the arrival of the trust companys president and his raiding party It was necessary to break into the room occupied by the alleged embezzler to effect the cap ture after spending several hours In the West Fortyseventh street police sta tion and being submitted to the third degree Douglass admitted that his peculations amounted to 250000 and In a written statement confessed to the facts naming one of the most prominent men In the financial district as the party to whom the securities had been disposed of Douglass has for the past five years resided in an humble but elaborately furnished homo in No 180 Elton street Brooklyn He was prominent in the better social circles of that district and his beautiful young wife Is the daughter of a prominent dry goods merchant They have no children and were always looked upon by their neighbors as a loving and prosperous couple STRUCK THE DEAD TRAIN Two Men Killed and a Number Arc insured Birmingham Ala April 22As the result of a double wreck on the South ern Railway A short distance east of Woodlawn a suburb of Birmingham two men aredead and a number in jured The unusual character of the wreck makes it surprising that the casualties were not more A freight rain with a dead engine on the roar was coming toward BIrmI igham The operator it is said allowed No3 the fast passen ger to enter the block and it crashed into the dead engine smashing them both and demolishing several cars Three cars of the freight train were thrown across the eastbound track plmost at the instant that the Southern wrecker train en route to Heflin Ala passed The wrecker 9struck them and practical the whole train piled Intothe ditch The baggage and mail cars of the passenger were torn up Storied and Kicked to Death Danville Va April 22Whlle masquerading in male attire Ellen Elliott ft young negress was killed by a crowd of white boys on the public road In a negro settlement The woman was walking down the road with a negro when the white boys came up A few words passed between the whites and the blacks and a number of stones were thrown The woman it Is pharg ed purled a pistol and began firing when one of the boys felled her to the ground with a beer bottle She was then stoned and kicked to death Choked to Death Des Moinsa Iova April 92Orrle McWilliams a 15yearold boy at Deep River choked to death as the result of quickly inhaling a piece of candy he was sucking while playing baseball He was catching for the school team and IM a swift ball came to him he swal lowed He could not extract the candy and a professor urged him to hasten to a doctor He startod but had gone but a few blocks when he staggered and iell dead Fell Dead While Reading Report Baltimore Md April 22 During the progress of the annual meeting of the board of directors of the Hebrew orphan asylum the president Moses J Oppenhelrner began to read his an nual report He had finished the first page when he suddenly fell dead a victim of heart disease J Killed By a Prince Naples April 22Prince Ibrahim Pasha an uncle of the khcdlve of Egypt while driving a motor car here ran over a woman antI a child mortally injuring both of them fFruits Damaged jn Colorado Denver April 22A sharp drop in temperature followed the snow storm and fruit of all kinds fn Eastern Colo rado was nipped in the bud A Tragedy In Brief Knoxville Tenn April 22 Albert Hubble aged 21 asked ails sweetheart to marry him She refused He shot himself dead Killed in a Saloon Fight Macon Mo Ajull 22Jn a saloon fight at Ardmoro Mo W II Peaky a blacksmith ol Caseyyilie Mo snot and killed FinnU Peterson after Pe terson had emptied his revolver at Yeaky shooting him in the hand and fatally wounding a man named Noble Another Big Purse San Francisco April 22rTex Rick iml of Ely Nov has offered 10000 for another finish between Toe Cans and Battling Nelson to tako place either July or September 3 Labor day t v ti THE LAZIEST MAN LIVING He Has Lain In Bed Thirty Years Though Hale and Hearty All records In laziness have been beaten by George Thompson of Clare Ireland who went to bed Jn 1877 and with the exception of two occasions persisted In remaining there until a few weeks ago- Thompson was a boy of eleven when thirty years ago he abandoned all oth er worldly pleasures for a life of comfortable ease In bed Every effort was made to induce him to get up but with out success Looked after by his moth er his absence from the everyday life of his native village soon ceased to attract attention and In a very short space of time his very existence was forgotten Had It not been for the oc casional assistance sent by sonic more energetic sons In Australia Mrs Thompson must have starved twelve years ago certain Intimate acquaintances of the Thompsons sub scribed sufficient money to buy this devotee of bed a pair of boots lie refused to wend them They then in duced him to get up bringing him the clothes he hid worn some seventeen years before As they were too small for him he scrambled Joyfully between the blankets A larger suit be ing obtained he was assisted Into it but the exertion proved too much for him nnd he fainted A doctor was called but after a searching tramination he could find ACUTE LAZINESS WAS THE DIAGNOSIS no ailment from which he was suffer ing Acute laziness he declared was his only complaint- It is probable that Thompson would have remained In bed forgotten by the strenuous world without had it not been for the Illness of his aged mother and her removal to the work house This event roused him from his extraordinary lethargy arid he summoned up enough energy to follow her In an ambulance In a work house bed until his mother recovered and he was able to follow her home this time on foot This little excursion brought the facts of his remarkable case before the oval guardians Work was obtained for him but half an hour after he started he fell sound asleep His glimpse however of the strenuous life has determined him tomake amends for the years misspent In bed He has declared that he will sleep no more and It Is possible that he may even work Shoots Wasps on the Wing Lord Walslngham enjoys the reputa lion of being the finest shot In Britain He probably Is the only man In the world whose aim Is so accurate that he Is able to shoot wasps on the wing This requires a marvelous eye and the steadiest oti hands To practice on these pests and other small insects he had a miniature rifle specially con structed i The Sun St r incoming Trains Outgoing Trains THE DAILY J Kentucky State Journal incorporated t Published at the Capital of The State Pressdispatchesworld full reports of the 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In quick Il and satisfactory communication with theYpeople of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason ii J able Equipments and facilities unsur iI passed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUMST D WERLl rrealdeut B Geal Manager 6cc7 Aut GeulAIxr Troasux I l c F 1 w 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 1907 ContestfThe Saxton Glee Club assisted by ispeciaUartists will give a musical pro gram at the Opera House Friday April 426190 In Connection with this program there will be a Vocal Contest by the boys of the High School for the pur pose ofj choosing the representative of our School in the Tournament contest The jMandplin and Guitar Club will V give the first part of the program as t 1l7 1- f PART u 1 OvertureS W Ray 2 No dica Waltz sHomer Tourjee HarryZlckelf Danube Waves WaltzesDabney 5 El Korah Dabney Saxton Glee Club 6 a Ring Leader Two Step =John son Bane b Mazurka JohnsonBan6 Double Guitar Quartette 7a Cradle Hauser l CavallerialtusticanabiascagniMandolin rmente bA a MarchSaxtontGuitar Quartette 9 The IrresponsiblesA Rag to The KidsS W v Guitar Trio 10 Hearts and Flowers Tobarii Mandolin Quartette with Piano l VOCAL CONTESTtPART II tY 1 Oh Promise MePe Koven Mr Knight Handy Tenor 1 HighPetrieMr Harry Shultz Basso a Scotch Dance Johnson Bane Guitar Quartette 3 The Bandelero Leslie Stuart Mr Parker Medley Baritone 4 Forgotten Cowles T Mr Leo Simms Tenor 3l b Washburn March Saxton c5 The Freckled Face Girl Miss Hattie ices PART III V 1 Carissima Arthur Penn r Miss Mary Haydon with Mr Shultz Miss Ray an Mr Waters in Chorus 2 The Serenade Shubert Rayd6 Oo UiFrlm the Chinese rHoneymoon Mr Will Waters 4 Vocal SoloThree NumbersCar rie Jacobs Bond Miss Laura McChord SeyenHawldyMiss Miss Hertlein v 6 Goodbye Tosti fMrr Will Waters I SonataBeethoven Mrs Hughes 8 Path tique SonataBeethoven Miss Duncan Miss Frances Martin will play the s piano for the Club numbers and Miss fizzie Waters will accompany the solo ats Farewell to the Broom t 14The problems of the housekeeper r are receiving from the architects of houses something of the attention they i have long claimed in vain writes John L Anderton in the May Womans Home Companion The solution of the sweeping pro blemis a cease in point In one of the newest apartment houses there is not a broom to be found from cellar to gar ret or rather frpm the third subcellar to the air cleaning chamber on the roof Every suite throughout the build ing is equipped with a vacuum cleaning apparatus There is a pipe connected with the yacuumchamber in the basement in every suite while a flexible bose long enough to reach to the fur thest corner of every room is supplied Keep Your Bowels operI It Is a noticeable fact and any doctor will verify that people suffer most often from disease whoI ones who have the most keeping their bowels open ar bowel action is half the battle of health cofn g to help nature along This should not purgatiwatcrssyrup liquid that will oil the intestine- and membranes 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minutesItKentuckys Jowl and Greens Louisville Herald Host thou weary traveler ever a old Ken fatuckylover springtide season What ce lesti l suggestion causes thy hault What inspiration invests countenance with smile so expansive and so signifi ant Is it the lambs that gambolon he hillside Is it the rich verdure of the season or is it the laughing rill thatrushes out of the hillside to kiss the pebbles below Tell you need no Kentuckian who has fed at the Olympian table spread set in every farmstead of the grand old Commonwealth It is the irde scribable fragrance of the jowf and greens in course of preparation for the hungry men at work in the fields or in farm buildings and also for every welcome visitor To those who know little or nothing of Kentucky a word of explanation is in order We read for example i the Washington Post a contribution as follows I see by your paper that Mr Hop kins of Kentucky has sent a friend in this sown ahalf bushel of turnip greens Shucks That sin t nothing What is a half bushel of greens to a man with a family I could eat that much myself Then I guess this Kentucky sallet is the tasteless yellow kind that is grown under corn stalks and not th real hearte loge green greens we ge on the East 2rn Shq that never saw corn stalk ut get all the salt air that going arQu d I dont now about Kentucky jowls I suspect they are the result of feeding on corn mas i and not like our Virginia razorbacks But I dunno We deny not to Virginid the greens of the Eastern Sho nor th classic razprback But we claim for Kentucky greens and jowl a sv eet ness a savor and a suasiveness unex- celled in all this broad land The beech Tints the h erbs and the corn of Ken tucky gives its hog meat a flavor to be met with nowhere else on earth At our next homecoming we shall have all Virginia and Missouri here Then we shall show both what this State is capable of in the most luscious of foods Do you know why Kentucky hsso few spring poets Jowl and greens The ardent aspirant for Parnassian lau rels cannot from such celestial nutri ment draw inspiration to drive good- men mad Why such strenuous politics in Kentucky Jowl and greens The people fed ort such tender edibles ca endure any torture mental orphysical Why has Kentucky such beautiful women Jowl and greens The swee womanhood of Kentucky starts in we with every spring They eat greens and then make ready for house clean ing Thus Kentucky moves from jowl and greens tp beauty cleanliness and glory t MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 20 585CALYESExtraHOGS Choice 680 6 8ti 25LAl1BSSprihg 70VHErNo 48ctk73 74 25BUTTERDairy 15APPLESChoJcePOTATOESPJr bu 50 55 50yd111LAUO1A 743r413ti 25LARDNEW YOnKe 85WHEAT U 53OATS 4 50LARDrSteamDAlTI Oat WHEATNo Ered 80 li CORNNo 2 nilxecl til ii OATS No 2 niixed o 331 LOUIS vlLLE 6CORNNoOATSNo 2 mixed a6 65t9 5fi INDIANAPOLIS asHOGSExtraBHFEPExtrar t 6U 9 f 65 l Springfield Market BacoBBamsl c Sides ISKc Beeswax 25c per pound Butter 15c to 20o per pound ChickenslIens 60 Spring Driodapplos5cierroundx Ducks ic per pound Corn Heal 75c to SUe per bushe- lEgis1rc per dozen s Fathgrs44e per pound FlourSiJOto 5260 ilnsonqatJl per pound Orain Wlmwt rnrnfilkiflate i90 iridesQreon 7Hc to d i3K per pound Lime to Sloo per barrel Mill product Brau 80 shipamff JlOO per pounds Potatoes Country The Onions Halt 3145 and SltG per barrel Turkeys10 her pound Tallojv 4c poi pound J Viciegarate to foe per gallon iWool Burrvan greasy 14Hc clear of- greagoOr tub washedk Country Sorghum 45c to 50c jQeeHeJJ5c a peico SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are subrtcrilKjrs to The Sun may insert free of charge berranDfor sale or for rent not included but in serted in another department of the paper at vervf low rates W S Gibbs Springfield wants to buy 100000 pounds of wool James Oderi Booker Ky has for sale several oak logs some large oak trees andsome cedar posts suitable for building purposes saleHarred17 Also pure stock S C W Leghorn eggs 50c for 17 J N U plover Rt has for sale about 400 pounds of comb honey John Cocanoucrher jSr Rt 4 has Jor sale a sow and sev n pigs EGGS FOR SALE =Mrs T Scott Mayes Springfield hafor sale Barred Plymouth Rocks exclusively 17 eggs for 50 cts 1na J D Stanfield Lqbanon Rt 3 has for sale 50 barrels of corn at 3- a barrel wiH deliver in Springfield if as much as nye barrels is bought Mrs James 1 MartinRtl has for TFromstock 35c for 15 Kyhasfor setting of 15 eggs Ithaboarssalwhiteper setting of 15 300iorMrs P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 eggseMiss Sue A Duncan Springfield RI F D 3 has for sale pure bred S CBLeghorn eggs 100 for 15 eggs Mrs B L Litsey Rt3 has for sale Buff Orppmgton and Brown Leghorn egg 15forl t 150barrels hasfor16headH D Stiles Springfield has for sale some loose hay also some baled hayA L Litsey Springfield has for sale five or six go cows Some of them are fresh hasncowrC M Williams Willisburg Rt 1 has for sale fine white seed comiMrs Minnie D Reed R F D 3has LeghornllMrs Pannier Goatley Rt 1 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs SOc per setting of 17 Richard Riley Springfield wants a good Jack to farm at Will sburk this seasonT Ballard Rt 5 has for axle Buff Orpington Single Comb White Leghorn and Pit Game eggs also Pekin MamjEiothBronze Mrs P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale Coraishindie Game hens D G Dragoo Rt 2 has for sale two good work mules 15J hands high 4 yearsold Emmett Settles Booker has for sale twenty head of sheep A C Kimball Springfield has for sale White ndotts White Plymoth Rocks and singlecombI1rown Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 Richard Begeley Texas has for sale 200 firstclass locust posts R B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale six gilts that will farrow the first of May Reed Spalding Route 3 has for sale 500 bushels of recleaned seed oats Stocked from Northern Illinois last year Springfieldis headed by one of Mrs Wrightsprize winners at the Lou isville poultry show won first prjze Mrs L E Ross Rt lhas for sale White Pekin duck eggs 50c for twelve KyRteeggs 50c for setting of 15 eggs Telephone i J E Derringer Rt 1 has for sale a lot of locust and cedar posts Gbod ones Subscribe tor The Sun ILOO year INEL SONV NO 238 I German Coach Stallion Re AI cently Purchased by the Wash I ington County Breeders Association I 1 Wiltmake the season at the stable of R L Durham 4 miles East o pringfeld on the Pleasant Run turnpike at J cJIITOINSURE A LIVING COLT 1 Description and PedigreeNelson is a black horse 16 hands one inch high weighs 1375 pounds and for beau ty style and action has no superior in this section of Kentucky I GermanyHisNo 892 by Auskae 11 73 by Agamemnon 560 etc etc i IMon y due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur GeorgeIII Washington County Rowers Association 1 lAuthorized by Shakespeare Shakespeare has slxt for sixth Doubtless he so pronounced it for he was credited with having written the three parts of Henry the Sixt and he certainly wrote The Life of Henry the Flit as tho old edition has it And It Is worthy of notice that flfta and slexta are the An gloSaxon forms Prof Skeat in National ReviewOOOoooooOOOGOu ooooooobooooooooooooooooo POPE LEO This fine saddle and harness stallion will make the season of 1907 at my stable at Booker Ky at 1000ITO INSURE A COLT TO STAND UP AND SUCK Lien retained on colt until season is isascerItainedis bred to another horse without my consent during the season DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Pope Leo is a Red Sorrel sixteen hands high heavy mane and tail fine bone and muscle Boyhp1st dam Ralley Golddust 2nd dam Davy Crockett t AI WI Eddlemaii 194t- oooCOOOQOOOC oooo ift iiHt + i + IRed Birth i4Sired by Cabells Joe Brown 1955 he by Cabells e Griffin by Bailey Dexter he by Cabells tT 2nd dam Dolly by Elastic horse There js no better 44 Cabells Lexington and Red Bird hiasfine a Lexingtoni there in the State Red Bird will make the season W the Fair Ground Stables at 20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT siredtheHorse breeders will remember when Red Bird was farmed and inow ask the otnner of gOO mares in this and adjoining counties to patronize him sb that I can afford to keep this good blood of Ca leftWJ It was stated here recently that a certain party was offered paidVfered or pay for a horse that fixes his value but rather what he can do I Sun Shine foaledY WSpringfield make the season of 1907 in charge of L D Bakerthe owner at the Fair Ground stables ft i iSitt breeding is superb by the great Red Leaf thechampion show horse of Kentucky and the leading sire of high W GloriousSunrise t4 MadamWoodMaggieYantes4th dam Roling mare 221 At thcsijaoaCk e 1 handshigh W EtTmoneyWL D + + SAKERjt +Mt Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for weekending April 24 1907 Mrs Ned Eleng Mrs Clay Harper Sam Sudith and Ben A Wright When calling for the above please A say advertised and give date W A WATERS Postmaster Distinctive Dress for Walters thctIconsidering the matter of compellln fInt 9vfagwomb the food throwers