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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f f r I j4- DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY Ld tr VOLUME III t S IIINGFIELKY WEDNESDAY MAY I 1907 t4iMUMIEA Jr 2Z I v I FIRE DESTROYS kl FRAME BUILDINGS I J j ON MAIN STREET tr pinnated In Geo B Taylors Re I pair ShopRapidly Spread r jo Other Buildings 1L1 HenSic Work of the Fire- rDepartment Saves i v the own tIr 1Ji SSif Property and Goods It Is Es1imatedat a2E000 + tfUNO Y HAYES HEAVIEST LOSER G r What has been expected by Springfield qifizehs for years hasi piPP erredr r heold framei buildings between Grundy fMc1htiesdry igoodsistore4arid Vlp Lawrences grocery on Ftreet are now 4 mashes At about 3 oclock this morn jgGeo B Taylor Discovered fire in the rear of his repair shop When the fire was Discovered the jBanjes were under much head ar way and were leaping up the t rofthe building An alarm sat once given but by the time the fire department arrived Jhe building was a complete mass ofjrlames The firesoon spread to the adjoining buildings all of which with the exception of Mrs Williams millinery store were frame structuresrnd of light m t was soon seen that it would be impossible to saves these buildings and the fire corn pany gave its attention to Grundy Mclntires dry gpod store and t W P Lawrences grocery and the fact that these buildings re main standing is evidence that the boys did good work In fact was the best and mst heroic Ijt fiJhtin ever seen n Sunng indeed as gooda that ever by anybody any v here It seems a miracle that randy Mcjntires and Lawrer ces grocery were saved The building occupied by Mr Lay rence is frame but is cpvered with iron These buildings were only saved Ierfulknown Mr Taylor says that d when he closed his store last evening threwas no firein the stove The building occupied by Mrs Will jams millinery was owned by her It is damaged to such an extent it will be necessary to rebuild entirely Insur ance 2000 The store room occupied oy Walter Leachman furniture and Jnp Y Mayes undertaker was owned by Attorney T Scott Mayes No Insurance The building was ofd and the loss is only about 1000 The building occupied byT ay repair shop was owned by H lorIThurman and arland C No insurance Loss about The rooms occupied b James Graves jeweler E A Cox photographer and Logan McPhearson in the McAuhffe property was thepropertyjof Dr J M Burton and the Buckman children No insurance Loss about 2000 v Mr John Y Mayes is perhaps the greatest loser by thefire i He not only lost his entire stock of casket but he also lost his books which he failed to put in the safe last night He estimates his loss at between 7000 and 8PooIWalter Leachman is another heavy loser He had in stock the largest and handsomest line of furniture he had ever before carried bout 2500 which was insured for 800 MrstWilliams loss is heavy Her damagebetween5Mrs Williams millinery loss on household goods and milli nery about 1 500 No insurance r John Y Mayes undertaker loss between 5000 and 8000 No Insurance t u 800 inIsuranceAlex Adams colored restaurant toss about 100 i James J Graves jeweler loss small J lEi A Cox photographer loss on household effects tc about 500rLogan McPherson total loss Drs RoBards Hyatt damaged By breakage and water about 200 No Insurance W P Lawrence grocery damaged by water about 100 No insurance 4t L Telephone exchange cable wires poles etc damaged about 500 t r A M1 h tf 4JL 1 household effects were almost totally destroyed by fire and water Most of her millinery goods were saved The damage to the stock of dry goods I of Grundy McIntire by water cannot be accurately estimated at this time although it is said the damage will not fall below 5000 James J Graves stock was slightly damaged by removing it from the building Geo B Taylors loss is a severe onei and falls carIried no The fightnin of this fire clear ly demonstrates two things we have the best fire department and the best system of water works in Kentucky Thpse boys of the Fire Department who did heroic work so far as The Sun is able to learn are Chief John H Moore William Berry William Roberts Clifford Roberts v Gwinn Marks Geo Robertson Evan Hagan i Robert MaWs 4iRobert R Bards Harry Sijultz l Jk Willie Green ICon OGara Noe t It The Sun has omitted any names from this honor roll cer tainly it is unintentional Boys our hats are off to you You did your work well Through your fearlessness Springfield was saved from the gluttony of flame and today by reason of your heroism there vet remains the prettiest and most substan tial portion four citys busi ness houses where had you not stood determinedly to your du ties there would have been naught but ashes debris and smoldering fire i And to the plan behind the pumps at the power house we doff our hats and give a cheer He gave the boys behind the nozzles a mighty stream of water Forevermore let nau htbut- good be said ofout water and fire companies Gee Ray and John McElroy of color were among the first to arrive at the scene of the fire they were among the last to leave They did good workand it will be remembered by the Jiwhite citizens o4f the town Mr Royalty Wont Run Harrodsburg Herald The H raId communicated yesterday over the tele Roaltywhomake the race for the legislature5 It would be necessary for him to be away from home mucliof the time in order to hake the csnyass and in the event of his election he wouhl be absent a great deal and as his wife is an inva lid he did not think he could afford to make the sacrifice In addition to that he has numerous business interests which require his attention and he thought it was best to stay at home and look after them instead of attend ing to other peoples at the capital r t John D Roberts Honored The commencement exercises of the Louisville College of Pharmacy were held in Louisville April 23 and The Sun is glad indeed to announce that Mr John D Roberts son of Mr Simp sort Roberts of this place who deliver ed the salulatory address is being complimented from many sources The says Following the invocation by the Rev Dr H G Ogden the salutatory address was made by John D Roberts of the applauseAfttrdegrees were conferred by Dr G L Curry dean and John D Roberts was awarded a gold medal for having done the best work during the year The v Yharlesf Last week Mr Roberts was examine by the State Board and he passed an exceptionally difficult examination exanimationtwenty Mr Roberts passed the best examination and was honored by having the Board of Examiners write across his papers the words Except ionally good It will be noticed from the above clipping from the Courier Journal that he was awarded the gold medal for having done the best work during the year Mr Roberts fs now at home and has resumed work h Haydon and Robert sons drug store Hotel Changes As announced in last weeks issue of The Sun Mr Woodson Moss proprietor of the Walton Hotel will leave this week or Winchester to take charge of a hotel in that city It was also an nounced that Mr H K Nbbelette a broth rinlaw of Mr Moss of South Bend Ind would become the proplie tor of the Walton Mr Nobelette has since decided not to come to Springfield and Mr Rice who is now the proprietor of the Springfield Hotel here has rented the Walton Mr Rice isan excellent hotel man and he will no doubtmake the Walton the success it deservesMr 0 Bryan the popular as sessor will become the proprietor of the Springfield Hotel Death of a Child The little nineyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Perkins of Willis burg died last Tuesday April 23rd of stomach trouble of which she had been a sufferer for many months The fu neral services were conducted by Rev Simms of the Methodist church the following day The child was very bright and Attractive and her death came as a severe blow to the parents andother members of the family The Sun extends sincere sympathy to the bereaved tones There should be consolation in the thought that the little girl is m w happy in Heaven where there is naught of suffering Died In California Mr Frank Thompson who formerly resided ih this county died at the home of his brother Thos L Thompson in Oakland Cal April 13 after a brief illness The deceased was reared in Washington county where he has many friends and relatives who mourn his death He was a son of Mrs James Thompson for many years a residentI of this county but now of Mexico Deceased is also a brother of Mr Joe Thompson of Texas Ky and Mrs Silas Logsdon of near town The Sun together With many friends extends condolence to the bereaved ones J Resolutions of Rrspect Whereas it has pleased the Great God of the Universe to call from among us William Lambert on the 9th day ofApril 1907 his age being 48 years Therefore be it Resolyed That while we deplore the death of our friend and Bro and grieve at the loss we have sustained by his absence from among us we submit with reverence to the Diyine decree feeling that our loss is his eternal gain Resolved That we hereby extend to heartfeltIpect and sorrow that these reslutions be spread on our minute books and a copy sent to The Springfield Sun for publication W B Hatchett mitteeI0I 0 Mercer Countysr Big Barbecue j Will Be Largely Attended By Washington County Growers t Line of March to Be formed at Mack viIle at 830 Oclock NextiSaturday Morning Mr McChord to Deliver BarbecuerMakeup your mind NOW to attend the great tobacco rally sandd barbecue at Harrodsburpr next Saturday You will spemajia iy daa profitable day GET A TOBACCO STICK AND GO s body Requested to Attend EVer growers of Washington county who cares possibly to do so are earnestly urged to attend the grand HarrodsburgKy All growers who will attend the bar becue are directed to meet at Mackyille Ky at 830 a m May 4th at which place ranks will be tormed and the march will proceed in order to Harrods burg Before the march is begun a CommanderinChief will be selected from the ranks and he will head the in procession will be armed with a tobacco stick by order of the Washington Connty Board of Control W M NALLY chairman Washing ton County American Society of Equity Big Day ComingJ Harrodsburg Herald Preparations- are Under way for the big barbecue on Saturday May 4 Every tobacco grow er in Mercer county should not fail to be here on that day to eat burgoo The present iudications are that it will be the greatest day ever known in Hartodsburg and with the brass bands playing popular airs everybody nV doubt will be happy Reports from allover the Burley district are that those few who have not signed and are out of the fold are falling over one another to sign the 1907 crop Fenwick Local j A meeting of the A S of E Local of Fenwick was largely attended last Thursday night and a most enjoyable evening was spent At this meeting sixteen ladies joined the local We are glad to see the ladies taking an in terest in this great organization they can do much toward making it a success The Fenwick Local is one of the Machinery Sold To dissolve a the machin ery of the Blue Grass Manufacturing Company was sold at public auction here last Saturday and it was pur chased by a company here who will incorporate the business and resume the manufacture of harness This cum pony Has established a good trade and the work it has turned out has been of the best Big Robbery Harrodsburg Herald One day last week some one entered the dwelling of Mr S J Hladky in Springs addition and made way with a gold watch a diamondring a plain gold ring and a pair of trousers all valued at over one hundred dollars Mrs Hladky was in an adjoining room taking a nap when strongest in this section of the State It was the first organize in Washing on County and it is perhaps doing more to build up the A S of E in th s county than any other union Its members are active and they do not shirk dutythey work If every Local in the county would adopt the same methods we would soon have the strong est organization in the county The meeting on last Thursday night was addressed by Mr Wm Nally and other members of the Local knd yre are informed that the talks were inter eating and instructive There will be another meeting ofnthis Local Thursbay night May 9 Big Times at Harrodsburg 1 All arrangements have been com pleted for the big barbecue and rally tobe given by the Harrodsburg branch of the American Society of Eqo tYat the Fair Grounds next Saturda It will be one of the biggest gaChj rings ever seen in Mercercounty The growers will meet at the court house at 10 oclock and march out to the barbecue grounds each one carry ing a tobacco stick Among the speakers for the affair will be President Clarence LeBus of the Burley Association the Hon W C McChord ot Springfield and State Senator Campbell Cantrill of Georgetown Other speakers will be an pounced later I 3 An important meeting of the Texas Local will be held Friday night May i7th This meeting will be interesting and everybody is invited County Organizer Wm Nally will organize an A S of E LdaIat Hum phreys school house next Thursday night May y Everybody invited Will also organize a local at Battle in Washington county Friday night the robbery was committed The po lice here as well as in Louisville and Cincinnati were notified to be on the lookout but nothing was heard of the valuables until Tuesday of this week when Mr Hladky had occasion to go into his barn loft and to his surprise and delight he found the stolen articles stored away hi one corner of the barn floor As to who did the work is shrouded in deep mystery Important Notice Peopleliving 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 Washington county and his deputies to take charge of all stock running at large Save cost and trouble by attending to this matter J S OSBOURNs c J Yl1AYE Requests The Sun to announce that in the fire this morning his set of books were destroyed Therefore he has no record of any of his accounts All parties knowing themself to be indebted to him are EARNESTLY REQUESTED to call and settle at once or give him a noteKr V J THE SPRINGFIELD Sinl WEDNESDAY MAY I 1907 r Dr WF1usty Practical DfjntlstSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Ali work guaranteed Once over Haydon Bar er- Insurance B D LAKE Agent SPRiNGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident J Old Massachusetts Mutual alwayp reliable and the best a ing couipany in the world Your insurance solicited tI QXSL RoBards Hyatt Office oyer McElroy Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY f J to 9 a mOFFICE HOURS j 4 to 8p m Dr J C Mudd SPJRINGFIELD iKENTUCKY OFFICXOTCR c J HAYDOSS Office Hours 12 Mio 2 f M Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagan 8 grocery Office phone 175 Resid ncg phone 172 J H LAMPTONJ DfSPRINGFIELD KY 1 Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE v- TELEPHONED Daft 4f vj Night 109 f 14 jv SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW l Springfield KyI Washingtonsuand Federal COurtsILh CCMCCHORD ATTYATLAW fcj Springfield Ky CourtsUCLAYBROOJKdi Springfield Ky wmPraatlcain the courts of aahlngton g counties and in the cdUr too Ap peals IfiATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonandadjofnini MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER SpringMeld Ky Office in Robertson Building Washingtonof Appeals S M CAMPBELL A UCTIOiYEEs Springfield Ky specialtyWillable fPhone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC QN MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store ContractsAllbeen in the business for thirtyfive years THOS J Graves OQQQQOoooooocxx oooooQooooo MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE I Phtnis Day 89 Might 106 OOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX5COOOO JQlfjN Y WAVES rrTuneral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every cburtsey shown H ndsoHie jLIne of Caskets and Burial Robes TetenhOne Day 19 Night 14 ttj r r WOMAN 7 AND PONY Show Up AgainNow In Han 1cock Countv The following from the Elizabeth town News gives an account of the reappearance of the Woman the Popy and the Dogs Last year this unfor1 tunate girl spent several days in tnis county aimlessly wandering from place to a silence of several months the mysterious woman withthe dogs is again galloping over Kentucky A few days ago the citizens of Hawesville in Hancock county write surprised to see a young lady riding astride and wearing a brace of revolvers in her belt gallop into town on a black poney With her she hadr number of dogs She halted a lew minutes to inquire for a doctor and riding up to his office dismounted and went in leaving the pony and dos standing in the street A few minutes later she came out mounted hqr pony and rode off again It was learned however that she went a few miles from the city and camped for the night Since that time she has been campipg and taking her meals at the farm houses near by She would give the newspaper cor repondents no interview but to a farmer at whose house she had been taking her meals she told the same plaintive story of her life that was published in The News when she was frequenting Hardin coutty last summer She told thestory of her mothers death in the great city ot New York and her father moving to Texas where he became a large ranchman A year ago she said she and her sister being ac customed to open air life on the ranch concluded to ride through to New York to visit their mothers grave She told of their planting ja rose bush her mothers favorite flower on the graved their return to Cumberland Gap where her sister was shot and killed and made incoherent statements about her subsequent wonderings The young woman is no doubt derang ed and her life is pitiable Much in terest was taken in her when she pass ed through this city and the county a number ot times last summer on her wild and apparently aimless rambles The Hawesville correspondent describes her as she now appears While showing the marks of having been out in the weather she is still refined and of a type of beauty rarely seen She is small in stature has dark hair which she wears flowing down her back and her eyes sire of violet hue with long black lashes that denote a kind disposition Her smile displays a row of pearly teeth she is graceful in action and has a form that would make a chours girl turn breen with envy She is very modest and unassuming in her manners and her speech denotes refinement and education Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codell Eatfl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a nard time he encountered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took Mess than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and throat and lung healer ever discovered Guaran tee by Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Can You Count a Billion The following remarkable calculation on the length of time which it would take a person to count 1000000000 appeared in the English Mathematician What is a billion The reply is simple In England a billion is a milljon time a million This is quick y written and quicker still pronounced but no man is able to count it You sill count 160 or 170 a minute but let us suppose that you go up as high 200 a minute at that rate yon would count 12000 an hour 288000 a day or 105120000 in a year Let us suppose that Adam at the be ginning of his existence had begun to count had continued to do so and was counting still Had such a thing been possible he would not yet have finished the task of counting a billion To count a billion would require i a person to count 200a minute for a period of 9 512 years 342 days 5 hours and 20 min utes provided that he should count continuously But suppose we allow the counter twelve hoursdaily for rest eating and sleeping then he would need 18025 years 319 days 10 hours 45 minutes in which to complete the task Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable A happy home is the moSt valuable possession that is within the reach of mankind but you cannotenjoy its com rheumatism canbePlinBalmJlhorttimecure For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass tiit t r t 1- rau A Motherly Hen Glasgow Ky April 2L =A strange case of fowl kidnaping has been reveal ed here where a hen adopted two kittens and utterly refuses to give them to their righttul mother The hen cat and kittens belong to Mrs Rose McQuown who resides on East Front street in this city Recently the cat gave birth to the kittens in a long box partially filled with excelsor iwhich had been left in an outbuilding it so happened that a hen belonging to the same lady had made a nest In one end of the bpx and about the time the kittens camel the hen decided to set Several timer lately the kittens had been taken f om under the hen where it was supposed thev had crawled rby accident but the occurrences became so frequent as to cause surprise for when the kit ens were under the hen she would no allow the mother cat to come near si owing her displeasure by pecking and squalling and when necessary by flog ing Mrs McQuown or some membe of the family would go to the cats r scue and forcibly remove the kittens that they might nurse but the very first chance the hen got she took the kittens back Yesterday the kittens were again taken from the hen and placed with their mother As soon as their hunger was satisfied trey coiled up fora nap and the mother cat left on her mission for rats and mice As soon as the old cat was fairly rout of the way those watching saw the hen raise up from her nest and after satisfying herself that the cat was gone she began cjuck ing as if she was calling for young chicks and the watchers were sur prix d to see the kittens rouse up and walk quietly over to their adopted mot er and be taken under her wings Whe v the kittens were once more safe ly u der her wings she seemed per fectl r contented To be sure that it was not a coinci kittensIgame fight to prevent their removal Caught Cold While Hunting a 1 Burglar Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan provincial Cons ble at Chapleau Ontario says I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar m 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 loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a favor ite wherever its superior excellence has become known For sale by every reliable dealer m the Blue Grass COUNTY WITHOUT A TOWN klahotna Convention Locates A Site For Building a Burg Immediately upon the adjournment f the constitutional convention and a favorable decision by the Oklahoma ourts that the convention had power t divide countlescin Oklahoma a town will be built at Buffalo scat of the r ew county of Harper formerly a port on of northwest Woodward county s lys the Kansas City Star The towns te Is now bare prairie owned by W Miller a farmer Though forty by twentyeight miles In size Harper county Is without a single organized town government Brule a county postofflce with two oir three trading stores was the most Important trading point In the county but it was not a town The nearest to Is Ashland BueKanIn building atown at Buffalo the owner of the land will make a number of experiments that are not un tinged with a certain kind of 8001011301 George Fofd of Guthrie who will man age the enterprise Is a man of socialis tic views The owner of tho land said Ford realizes that the citizens of the county will be hard pressed for money in the establishment of the county government and that some kind of assistance will be necessary to give the county a good start Miller has given In each block and an entire block to the county On this single block will be built county buildings The lOts may bevsold by the county or retained perpetually for rental purposes the income to be used for running the county government But it is in another way that the town of Buffalo will be experimental The owner of the land has agreed o use a certain portion of the Income from the sale of his lots iu building public utilities which citizens could not afford to build and in which outside capital would find no early profit A system of waterworks will be e- stbll hed by the erection of windmills and reservoirs from which water will be conducted in pipes to all portions of the town An acetylene gas plant will afford light Until the county can levy taxes and build a courthouse county officers will be given quarters free of cost In a building owned by the town site company Other Improvements of this kind will be a cotton gin a cream ery plant a canning factory and a mo tor car line to Ashland 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 put of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 25c r cCHORD rotEM c al Mark Says C C McChord ourier Journal c C McChord R ilroad Commissioner for this district said last night that in all probability a rule would be asked against those retail coal dealers who refused to answer questions during the last day of the quiry conducted here by the Interstate Commerce Commission Judge Walter Evans ot the Federal Court will be asked to take the matter up it is said and compel the men to testify A num ber of them declined to answer ques tions calculated to bring out whether or not there is a consmpaejHXiru in Louis 4theyto the consumer at their discretion They refused to answer on advice of counsel who took the position that if there was a conspiracy on among the retail coal dealers they could not be made to incriminate themselves by answering questions put to them There is a law in Kentucky making it a penal offense for coal dealers to enter into such a conspiracy to control prices When asked what he thought of the inquiry just concluded here by the In terstate Commerce Cammission and whether anything in his opinion had been gained Mr McChord said that the testimony to a large degree was the same as brought out during the inquiry conducted at Greenville rt cently Hejsaid the fact was disclosed that Illinois Central Company owns vast coal lands in the State of Illinois which it will haW to rid itself of befpre May 1908 Further than that he declined to talk Judge Judson C Clements who presided over the inquiry just concluded here is still in Louisyilie but likely will leave for Washington D C this afternoon A stenographic report of the testimony adduced at the recent hearing will be placed in the hands of the commission Wednesday Grip Quickly Knocked out Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and iriy self contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptoms says Mr J S Egleton of Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stop ped tip eyes and nose running with alternate of chills and fever We CoughRemedydose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and b its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grip Sold by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass ROOSEVELTS 40000 PHOTO It Shows Him Taking a Fence on a Hunter and Has Been Copied Widely The most widely published and best known photograph In existence is said to be that of President Roosevelt tak ing a fence on his favorite hunter says the New York Sun This has printed In almost every paper and magI azine in the world which uses halt tones and tho sales from It have al ready amounted to more than making it the most profitable photoj graph ever taken Nearly 3000 copies have been signed by the president to be used ns special gifts and the demand for It wherever it has been placed on sale has been steady during the three and a half years since It was made It was made with a shutter that opened and closed In one fifteenhun dredth part of a second The president accompanied by an orderly left cabinet meeting one morning and joinj ed the photographer at Chevy Chase in the suburbs of Washington It was necessary for the president to force his horse over the fence a dozen times be tore a successful picture was taken President Roosevplt is probably tho most photographed man In the world with the possible e ceptlon of Emperor William and photographers assert un reservedly that ho Its most difficult to pose lie is nentous and Is often snapped in what might seem a hit or miss style but every picture ever taken of him Is thoroughly characteristic Chamberlains Cough Remedy Tho Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy Is famous for Itncnres over alnrRO part of the civilized world It can always be contains no or other harmdrug and maygiven as confidently to a baby M to an adult Price 25 eta Large Size 50 eta 4 t t PS SS1SSS1SSSI ssiSSuSis 7 I 7 B D LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Pricew15 per acre goodtobaccohouse and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plov Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf milefrom house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 965acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two hQWeSone barn that willhold ten acres of tobaccowell fenced No 10H08 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good timber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orchard good large dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No l6196 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 3 miles from one mile from school andchurchRood stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns gow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of and ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Severalother 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 postS4miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 milefrom Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land Well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24i166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in gobd repair 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 50x60 ft under pining Jaye in cement water in every field al year fine set o grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 2770h acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling jbarn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3 J miles from Springfield on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 30= 115J acres Sl 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 No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 doom dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 No 33231 acres in Nelson on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one bf the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington county for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of 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 Hot and cold water aHover house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000I pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stoSk water 35 per acre No 391021 acres good four room Jwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber 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 laird good grass barn and al out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at Good orchard ii of small fruit one ten IBuggyThreequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings plehtyoftobacco Springfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre s No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good In Cooney neckThe best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson county Good five room dwelling barn will twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School a miles No wasteland on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 2135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land onehalf mile from pike Onethird of purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 24 per acre No 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass uated in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre H D Lake Springfield r THE SPRINGFIELD SlN WEDNESDAY MAY I 4907 J rh CON6REESMAN KIMBALL Delivers a Great Speech to Tobacco Farmers r at Lexington 0 Lexington Ky Apftl 25Paying a high tribute to the people of his section and to those who haye made the Ken tucky White Burley district the great est in the world Congressman William Preston Kimball of the Seyenth Ken tucky district made the principal ad dress at the big barbecue here today He appealed for the observance of the law in the troubles with the trust and other opposition and at the same time urged the people to carry on their fight for proper recognition His address was one of welcome on behalf of this city and Fayette county and hef made the visitors feelperfectly at home Congressman Kimball spoke in part as follows I The object lesson you teach today is that you are the victims of grievous industrial oppression and that you haye determined paraphrasing the language used by 1enryClay on one occasion to rise like the stag in his native for est and shake your antlers What are the conditions that con front you In a speech which I had the honor to deliver in the city of Paris on September 8 1903 I employed the following language in discussing the subject of the trust 1 desire to call your attention to one of these gigantic combinations that is working ruin to the people of Ken tucky and one that no honest man can a trustIKentucky produces about 50 per cent of the tobacco grown in the United States and about 90 per cent of all the white Burley tobacco produced in the world The Continental and American Tobacco Companies the patriotic titles under which this trust pursues its system of brigandagehave acquired about 85 per cent of all of the tobacco factories in the United States These factories were purchased at a cost of less than 100000000 and have been capitalized at 500000000 In addition to this they have acquired a majority of the retail tobacco stores in the United States and are still extending their acquisitions in that direction throughout the country When they cannot buy a retail establishment they A start an opposition establishment and competitorwand In order to earn dividends upon the millions of dollars of overcapitalization the trust must purchase the tobacco from the growers at the lowest possi ble price and sell the manufactured ticfe at the highest possible figure The average cost of the raw material is about six cents per pound while the selling price of the manufactured arti cle is about fifty five cents In manu facturing the tobacco large quantities of liquorice low grade sugar ana other comparatively inexpensive materials are worked into the tobacco and the product is sold at a price that will yield a good dividend upon the overcapitali zation of the concern The trust is enabled to fix arbitrar ily both the buying and the selling price of tobacco The law of supply and de wand is suspended The quantity and quality grown have no influence in fix Robbing Yourself that is just what you are doing when you fail to get reg ular and sufficient sleep Your body requires this unconscious period for repair work with out it your nerve energy becomes exhausted and you are tired wornout nervous ex citable have headache neuralgia indigestion poor appc tite or other aifanents caused bya lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep If you are restless take Dr Miles Nervine it soothes and strengthens the nerves and brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today I had a severe spell of fever which left me In a very weak condition and Tery nervous I had Severe spells of headache and neuralgia and could sleep but very little Every effort that was made to recover my strength was of no avail until I ng Dr Allies Restorative Ncrvlne After I commenced to take the Nervlno my- aleepWas profound and restful and the pains In my as well as the t- obatextent certain t MRS E E 8S1 Berylan Ave Belvldore Ills Dr Miles Nervlna Is sold by your Ist who will puarxntee that the llrstbottle will benefit If It falls he s twill refund your money ItUes Medical Co Elkhart Ind ing the price to the producer While you are sweating and wearing away your lives uiftler the boiling sun in the tobacco fields the officers of the trust sit ina luxuriously furnished apartment under eldctric fans puff fragrant cigars anq determine howmuch they will let yoh have of your earnings and how much they will take as their share The rich lands of Kentucky are being impoverished and the lives of its toilers worn away in order that the million aires who own the stock in the trust may add more millions to those already hoarded in their greedy coffers Practically the same conditions con youhaveprices for your tobacco but this has questioners and the fear of the trust that thet annual product might be reduced in quantity to less than is actual needs for manufacturingpurposes It has been claimed that the Ameri can farmers cannot be united in any practIcaland efficient organization for the purpose of correcting the wrongs which they suffer or of resisting the assaults of predatory wealth upon their substance The fight of the Grange against the middlemenis cited in proof of this declaration But those who make this assertion know but little oft the real character of the farmers off the country and especially of the Kentucky farmers The labor and trade unions of the country by organization and united ac tions have greatly increased the income of the wage earner and crowned labor with new dignity The tiller of thee soil is certainly possessed of as muchtintelligence virtue and as 1isand the movement to obliterate the middleman The middleman is aheces sary factor fn commerce He is notIIv menace but a help to a legitimate trade and to remove him and establish a new middleman was Wholly imprac ticable If this or any other similar movement has failed it was because of two reasons the lack of necessity forc such a movement and the absence a practical plan of operation Being able to fix the price to be paid in for the raw material and then to fix the price to be charged for the manu factured article the trust hasten able to destroy competition and toBus pend that great law of trade which dis tinguishes real trade from confiscation the law of supply and will deny that the demandwhoIfor a virile and pf the white burley And now comes the American Society of Equity with the only pratical and feasible plan that has yet been offered to meet the existing emergency Going back to the elementary principles of trade it simply proposes that the pro ducers of white burley tobacco shall fix the ppJces at which they are willing to sell their product and if the trust chooses to purchase at that price all well and good if not it can let it alone ahd other arrangements will be made for its disposition- If the trust elects to buy at the pro ducers price it may fix the price oi the manufactured article at whatever it chooses Permitting each party to fix its own sling pricejust as is done in every similar instance in the com mercial world This is your demand You want nothing more you will be content with nothing less It may be well to observe in this con nection that although tobacco is an artr idle of far too general use it is not qhe of the necessities of lifeit is simply a luxury for which the human system has no naturalcraving And although it has been in use among ciyIlized people since the first settlement at James town three centuries ago this year the taste for it still has to be acquired after suffering much nausea and tribula tion There is therefore no sentimen r tal side to this controversy except the sentiment ot right and wrong abiding ineyery honest mans heart and which rebels at the thought of industrial op pression If similar conditions existeaIas to any one of the necessaries the very stones would rise and mu tiny It must be apparent to the most sup erficial obserysr that such a condition as now confronts the tobacco growers could not exist unless there was some thing radically wrong in our government policy or in the administration P our laws This is Jieither the time or the to discuss this Suf gOternment powers by the States and the States reserving all of the powers not thus delegated affords two great government powers each supreme in its own sphere and both amply able to furnish efficient means of righting every public wrong and punishing ievery invasion of private right When the people become thoroughly aroused they will inyoke these now apparently dormant powers 1Ysuchpredence as the Tobacco Trust I urge you to prosecute your fight with yigor with firmness and with patience The trust is lawless but you jJEveryaccomplishment of your purpose that much more difficult and loses you the opiIiionThe General Assembly has legalized your present mode of operation tpray agencYjfor not been guilty of asingle att of law gitattonSoevery patriotic American I im prQud of the past of pur country undismayed by present evils that affect it and confident of its rious fu ureAn opto mist in evedthing I behev Jthat tomorrow will be better than to day and God working through Hi mysterious providences will provide i remedy for every great wrong and t solution for every serious problem hat confronts His people thedawnHouse of Representatives of the Fifty irePagedbynue removing the tax of six cents per poand on leaf tobacco and although it lodged in the Finance Committee of Senate the matter will be taken up ext winter and those of us in the Kentucky delegation who are in sympathy with your demands will keep up the agitation at Washington President Roosevelt has declared that the tobacco trust is by far the most vicious of all the trusts and that sooner or lat the Government will find a means ofs a wholesome curb and con rol upon them The International Cigar Makers of America realizing that the Cigar Stand Company is a subsidiary corporation pf the trust has a restraining order which pro ides that union cigar manufacturers shall not under any circumstances man ufacture private brands forit and that factorybrandsnational headquarters of the asso in Chicago The first week in April witnessed big slump in Tobacco Trust securities Wall street The stock of the concern declined fifty points which amounted to a net shrinkage of25 000000 in their market valueIThe American Society of Equity tJoolr has secured control of at least 60 per cent of the 1906 crop and before the 1907 crop is ready for the knife it will control not less than 75 per cent of all the white Burley tobacco grown this year in the world Men of Kentucky be true to yourselves your children and your firesides and the fight will be won Let it be said of you as it was said of our Revolutionary fathers The old Continentals regimentalsWavered His Dear Old Mother IUMy dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Elec tric Bitters writes WB Brunson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an Excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well effecttand general debility Weak puny chil bythemliver and kidney troubles by Haydon Robertson Druggists 50c TWO CENT FARE POPULAR A Dozen States Have Reduced the Railroad passenger Rate The following exliiliiVof passenger rate fi lslntion the past winter or within tile past year rate reduc tion by decree of commission shows how generally the awes tent standard or au approximation to it has boon applied rigidly to the widely varying = conditions of railroad travel In the Uultojl States + PennsylvaniaTwo cent bill passed by the house rind is pending In the OhioTwo cent law enacted last j year 1 West VirginiaTwo cent bill passed North CarolinaTwo and a quarter cent bill pusse- dAlabnmaTwo ands half cent bill was passed Arkansas Two cent bill passed f Kansas Two cent bill passe- dNebraskaTwo cent law enacted North Dakota Two and a half cent bill passed f South DaIwtuI Italiroad commission j authorized toorder two and a half cent rate j IndianaTwo cent bill passed Illinois Two cent bill passed the houseMissouriTwo centbtll ed Iowa =Two cent bill passed applying to roads earning 4000 a year gross mile Minnesota Kate of 211cenfs fixed by commission Lakes Overfiowers No b62G5 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike o barn FnewNo 57163 acres 3 milesNorthof MackvilleonWjUisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust post well watered and fenced Price 31 per a re- No Sal33 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 re tobacco barn good stable an railk house fine chard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church large ice 30 per acre with No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 a and wifruitplenty of tobacco land Price 15000 over No 6112151 acres 8 mites from Springfield 2Q acres of in soil 5room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncrIbs v the and buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobaccod landc e ton No6215 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barnjgqogstock barn some timber all in grass wejl watered s at and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre same No 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 room Dwelling on pi e plentyoffarms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre No 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville ite 5 room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn old stock Dam 2 corn cnbs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit of fine tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plentyanof water Price 25 per acres No 65 =170 acres 5 miles from Springfield good under good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn withmetal roof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts 75 acres oflfine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 pert Iacres v No 66I66 acres 8 miles from Springfield J mile frorhpikd 4 = room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tim ber 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence Allin gras Price 20 per acre Jv iNo 67200aores 7 miles from Spiingfield oi good pike 6 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco tarn good stock barn buggy shed and outbuilding 20 acres of fins bottdfn 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Rrice35fper acre No 68180 acres room brick dwelling in gobd repair Xvell Jfenced fine river bottom land fine tobacco land Pnce60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of umber and fine tobacco land Pried 50 per acre t No 70 144J acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres ui fine bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco hind son timber Price 60 per acre +NO 71r 118 acres ile8 from Springfield Gloom dwelling in good repair tenant Mouse 7 acre tobacco barn barn cornP crib granary pond in barn lot some timber 75 acres of fine to bacco land good fence Price 3500 per acre I r iaT 4Riszl W BD LAKE statlIClnt a Sprihgfitld Ky EI i THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL 7rON EARTH I The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the hortcst time and smallest ex erse and prepares the young people for the bestpositions CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete course in the latest and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all in rood positions Laying many more coifs chair 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 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky f LTTShoes goo PAIRSr To Be Sold at 25 Cents on the Dollar CONTINUEUNTIL Can give you some remarkable Bargains Come early and get Choice t Geb B Taylor Y tyring other presents are bought of me To prove it try It I Jit q I = AS A SIRE HE HAS NO Chestnut Dare is a sorrel stallion 7 years oIJ 16 hands one inch high a handsome saddle and harness horse size style bone finish substance This h ise proved successful show horse mst Bummer r 14 ties out of 15 shows His colts won first and second ties all at our last fair defeating the unbeaten Castleman colt of Blue Grass circuit Not one of of colts have ever been by a colt sired by a Washing county horse Eight of his colts of last season sold weanlings from SlQ toy 150 the highest lot of colts eyer sold at age by the county A Royal OpportunitySweethearts T youvetitthe and JAS GRAVES IJIZItSS Chestnut Dare EQUAL conformation competitors his- threeseasons anyhorseownedorformed- in Chestnut Dare was sired by Chester Dare 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2nd byBrinkersThe Chester Dares are recognizad by b1ttheKentucky and Chestnut Dare is a worthy son fa great sire I wish to state that recently I was offered twice as much money for him as any stallion in the county ever sold for and three times as as has been aid for a saddle and harness stallion brought in the county so I ask the owners of good mares to patronize him so I can be justified in keeping this type of horse whose colts they cant beat or out sell 20to Insure a Living Colt I still have my Horse LEXINGTON PRINCE to stand at 10 my same TWO JACKS at 1 o and 8 t B B LEACHMAN r + fanc yBoyi IWill make the season of 1907 atmy stable one fforth mile west of Cardwell I At BOOTO INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Fancey is a beautiful Chestnut Sorrel with blaze face and one stocking elghtyparsold this spring 161 hands and will titw igh 1100 pounds He the best disposition horse 1 everhahdled antes was sired by Nick Wathen his first dam was byes Golddust by Zilcada Goldust second Dam by Councillor Wathens Fancy Boy byGains Denmark first dam by Seal the second gains Denmark bV Sqmpter Denmark etc Nelse Rbyaltys Old George first W YOUNG rEORGEBy by Royalty pf Joe Jasaurttho public that thislis the best young Draft Horse hi the county tit s r 800 TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK At the same time and place I will stand three as good mule Jacks as this country affords at 7 TV Services of both horses and Jacks due when colt is foaled mare arted with or bred elsewhere Lien retained on all colts until ot esseasonW but not responsible eSniiW any occur IFor further information cull on or address W L GRAHAM Cardwell Kyv Hit fitiJ T a 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY I 1907 SPRINGFIELD SUN I ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher- Entered at the postoffice at Spnngfield Ky for transmission through the mailS as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION l nDO6lxMonthsThree Months 25 rn writing to have your addresschanged ltr give the postoffice to which your paper u youItDEMOCRATIC TICKET I ForSenatorJ C W Beckham HBgerForTrim ble i For Auditor Henry M Bosworth For TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Secretary of State Hubert Vree land For Superintendent of Public Schools WinfreyFor K Hend rick AgncultureJIFor Clerk of Court of AppealsJ B Chenault 1ANNOUNCEMENT Rogers Gore is a candidate for State Senator from the fifteenth Senatorial District composed of Marion Wash ins n and Taylor counties subject to the action of the Democratic party The CourierJournal gave four columns of space last Monday to a Watterson editorial It was a beautiful flash ofrhetorica wave at the milky way and paw at the eartha knockdown for Democrats and a slap for Re publicans a Sounding brass and a thrilling symbol and a c shower of sizzling adjativesfour columns of Wattersonian upon the bilin hot coat of Old Sol Editor JM Richardson of the Glasgow Tames complains that the water omGlasgows1 sulpher well smells smells awful Mr Richardson wit you please rise and explain what sort ofa smell yoii want that Glasgow sulpher water to emit a smell like peaches or a like something that aint peaches This old world will continue a hard old world until some great physician givesa cure for selfishness Death of Mr Henry Selecman News has just reached this place announcing the death of Mr Henry Selecman of Bloomfield Mr SelecmanI was a brother of Judge W E Selec man of this place and had been sick for several day An account of his death will be given next week Died of His Injuries Bloomfield Ky April 29James Greer one of the most prqniinent resi dents of Nelson county died at hi home two miles from this place Sunda morning at 6 oclock Ha death was the fesult of injuries sustained April 14 When in the act limbing his buggy the horse became frighten and as it started to run Mr Greer was thrown under the buggy receiving serious injuries which brought about paralysis r Mr Greer was sixtyfive years old and is survived by four daughters Mrs Wisner of Chicago Mrs Edward Whitehouse of Texas and Misses Bessie and Grace Greer of Bloomfie- MOORESVILLE Born on Saturday April 27 to t wife of John Williams a tenpound boyHubert Virgin will erect a grist at this place this week and will ready to grind anid Flaugher are operating a at Maud and grind every day r Farmers are pushing their corn planting to a finish Mr Jeffersonyille find is visiting relatives at th place Mry Wm Nally failed to organize an- A S of E Local at Humphreys schoql house lut Saturday evening but win in a abort time We do ree of jvwl pr tobacco grater does nof j tY surely pay him to do so JI HAPPY HOLLOW Mrs Laura Scruggs and little daugh ter spent Wednesday with the family of Mr John Armstrong MrJ M Shields is on the sick list this week Misses and Pearl Armstron JpehitSaturdaywthMrs Sabe Goul ter of near Willisburg Mr Lonnie Noels little son is wiry illat this writing t Misses Hallie and Lillie Keelinir spent Saturday with Miss Mollie Shields Mr and Mrs Tom Mcllvoy two children and Mrs Duck j of Sycamore Valley spent Sunday with the family of Mr 11 C Keeling Mrs Sabe Coulter was the guest of Vir J A Coulter Saturday Mrs Nan Scott is very ill of rheu hiatism Mrs Mollie Sutherland visited Mr and Mrs Solomon Kays Friday afternoon MrsDella Keeling and Miss Flossie Armstrong were in Brooksville Satur day shopping Mr George Dean pf Harrodsbur spent Saturday and Sunday with hi sister Mrs Sam Montgomery Thorn Hill- Messrs ofI Mit Leachman and LItsey were in our midst Sunday after noon Mr J W Wall wife and son Hom er spent Sunday afternoon with John Armstrong Mh Jess Sagrisyt of Scruggsville spent Saturday and Sunday with th family of Mr Tom Tennil Mr A S Hines wife and son Peed spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tom McIlvoy l Mr J S Thomakand family return ed home Sunday i Mr John Kays and wife spent Sunday and Monday with their son Mr t Solomon Kays and wife Miss Sarah Shields spent Sunday afternoon with Mrsr Tom Coulter Messrs Edd and Erastus Perkins of Willisburg were In our midst Sunday afternoon Several from this place attended weekaanad a sqnspent n day with Mr and Mrs Tom Coulter of near here Mr and Mrs M C Keeling spent Sunday afternoon with Mr Tom Mc Ivoy and family spendingr a 9 at Pleasant Grove Miss Lillie Cutsinger of Thorn Hill is spending a week with her sister Mrs Lonnie Noel bf Walnut Hill Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong and Sarah Shields were in Willisburg Wednesday afternoon ToMrsMcllvoy were in Springfield Wednesday afternoon Mr Tommie Sutherland and wife spent Thursday night with their son 1Mr JD Sutherland and wife at Sycamore Valley Mrs Solomon Kays spent Friday afternoon with Mrs J M Shields Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Muss Myrtle were in Poortown last Thursday Mr John Kays spent Saturday and Sunday with his father at Polin Mr A S Hines wife and son Ree spent Wednesday with her father J W Settle of near here Misses Hallie Keeling and Mollie Shields spent Sunday afternoon wi Mrs Solomon Kays Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstror and Sarah Shields spent Monday wi Miss Jessie Noel Mrs SOlomdn Kays and son and Miss IjoortownSaturdayshopping Mr M C Keeling wife and daughter Lilli spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Bill Colvin and lam ilyof Tatham Springs desYie Lee White at Tatham Springs Misses Sarah and Mollie Shields were SaturdayedMisses Maggie Mont om ery spent Saturday hnd Sunday with Miss Sarah Shields Mr L M Clark and family of near here spent Sunday w th the family of Mr John Armstrong MrJ M Shields and family and Hallie and Ruel Keeling spent Sunday Mr Sabe Coulter of near Willis kburg Mr Erastus Shields and Flossy aci Pearl Armstrong attended meeting at Sundayhe family spent Sunday with Mrs Edd Searcy of near Willisburg daubeair daughter Mrs Solomon Kays of this place j Mr Lonmo Noel whs in Spnngfi old Monday Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent rpt with Mrs Solomon Kays 18iHARDESTY As I have been absent from your column for some time I vill give a few lines Mr Johnie Walls an tamiJyjspent- V tj l Sunday with Mr W S Y Goodlett and family Messrs Willet Rush and Hiner Neil of Chaplin passed through our midst one day last week Mrs J H Gray and daughter Ethel spent Thursday with Mrs J R Gray Mrs Clifton Kidwell of Valley Hill spendgand Mrs H P Chosen Mr Bill Cheatham and wife spent Sunday with Mr M F Crow Mr Edd Smothers wife and children visited the family of Mr J R Gray Sunday The Measure Doomed Lebanon Enterprise The bond issue on which the Fiscal court at its last meeting called a vote is being thoroughly discussed by the taxpayers and other citizens pf the county and as far as we can hear is being discuss ed very unfavorably The outlook now is that the bond issue in its present form will not carry That a new court house is preferable to considerable expenditure of money nowgshave we believe nearly all who will consider the matter fairly will agree to But theamount to be expended for such purposes is the question and is the chief cause of the unfavorable talk against the measure The idea pre vails that 75000 is more than is needed 1and that a bond issue carried to coyer the raising of that sum would encour age extravagance not to say gratt- e In this light then it would seem the past of wisdom on the part of the Fis cal Court to meet in special session reconsider their late oroer and start out on an entirely different basis We ar free to say that the court would have made time arid helped the m along greatly had it employed an archi tech to draw plans make specifica tions and to set down all costs before calling an election Such a course would evidently have made everythin- lap net to the taxpayers and the light thin thrown on would unquestio ably have made votes for the bondssue The court can do this yet and g eht befriend the canse by doing so It at least a worthy suggestion Another suggestion which is no bad rerconsider its order and all a mass meet ing of the citizens for the purpose of discussing the merits of the question In such event each community could be represented and a fair expression the thisIworth the whil We thinkso One thing is cprtain a crisis in the affairs of the county is at hand and the better part id to make hasto slowly The old saying a stitch in time saves nine also holds good in this case The court has the power to make the stitch that will save the new court house We have talked with leading citizens and taxpayers from every section of the county and the measure as it now stands is doomed to defeat It lies with the Fiscal court to change the tide Will it do jt1 HILLSBORO c Mrs J H Settles is better at this writing Mr Joe Newton spent Saturday RosedsPen t Sunday with his daughter Mrs Sabe Coulter Miss Sarah Shields spent Sunday thwith Miss Judith Montgomery Mr J S Inman and wife visited re Sundayth Saturday till Monday with his parents atI Texas Mr Dick Hardin spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs Tom Coulter Mr Johnny Kays spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at Polin Misses Maggie and Judith Montgom MisshspentlSundayhits Nan Scott spent Monday Willisburg atI Misses Sarah and Mallie Shields spent Saturday with their aunt Mrs Jenkins Misses Maggie visited Misses Maud and Eva last Wednesday Mrs Eatha Coulter spent last Mon day with Mrs J M Montgomery Miss Flossy Armstrong is visiting her aunt Mrs Johnny Wally spen5Iarents at Fairview l There is mush complaint with fa mere about the tobacco plants being so scarce Some th nk they were all killed and some think they will have ghplenty to sef their crops L The farmers are U8y planting corn the rain Monday night was a great help to them Attackion an inoffenaiye citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted const pa don following HVer torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver preI vents appendicitis and establish ragu lar habits of the bowel 25c at Hay don Ro erteona drug store W t- HIGH i NOTESi SCHOOL 4 f ill ill tlf ill ill ill ill ill All hands in school are now working for the tournament After school the c5 testants are daily practicing their work getting ready to meal the formi dable rivals that will be here Other towns are also taking a lot of interest in it A letter was received by the principal a fewjlays ago from Pleas ureville stating tfiat their school would be represented in each of the forty nine events They assured us of a crowd of at least one hundred Pleas ureville is over one hundred miles from us by rail Stanford will have a large- delegatio1and a large number may b Lebanon and Bards their schools are repre schools may be exr large delegations The capacity of the town as hosts will be heavily taxed but we feel no fear th atc our people will be wanting in hospitality The second baseball game of the season was played by out team with Bardstown last Saturday giving us our second victory by a score of 7 to 6 The game was a hard fought one arid not till the last half of the ninth inning was the result decided The best work on our team was undoubtedly done by our pitcher Jocko Colvin who saveed the game The most exciting part of tehe ninth when our men came to bat facing a score of 6 to 5 in favou of Bards town Here mid the wildest cheering three runs were made ending with a Colving John Claybrpoke left Sunday for Scottsboro Alabama where he will brothssr Indicted For Killing a Child ISconsiderableing Albert Salsman has been accused of murdering his little four yearold step son and they have placed him and his wife under arrest The officers passed through here this morning wit them taking them to the Munfordsyille jailTlinlady who helped to dress the little victim told the writer the sad story this morning Salsman lived at Pitts Point in Bullitt county fit his wife and stepchild got off the train at Hod eenville last Thursday and drove to Buffalo They left Buffalo on Thurs day to go to Jim Pick Warrens in Green county by the way of Warrens mfluenceSkaggs until Saturday morning The little child was badly beaten and bruised his skull fractured and back broken the child passing out of his suf nigdht on at Munfordaville at the time Salsman and his wife were taken to Munfords villa and they indicted Salsman for th ithe4 LOCUST GROVE Mesdames Julia Lcachman Liz Reed and Mattie Dragoo spent Wednesday with Mrs Emma Baker Mrs A L Litsey has returned hot frqm an extended visit to her sist Mrs Nanme Boblitt at Lebanon Mrs Bessie Birch is on the sick li Mr Will Merritt and wife ape Sunday afternoon with Mr Henry Reed and wife Mrs Katie Hopper was in Spring field Saturday Little Lillian Coachman was the guest of Miss Franck Litsey Sunday Mrs Virgil Bobbin of Lebanon is 61 A L Litsey and family ryEmmett Reed spent Sunday after noon at J L LAichmans Mesdames Lizzie Reed Emma Baker and Misses Tiny Reed Sue and Bertha Ed erton were the guest of Mrs Mat tie Dragoo last week Haryey Coachman spent from Satur Jay until Monday in Springfield Mrs Ora Merritt was iu Louisville shoppingrThompson and sisters Miss Mabel and Nannie visited Miss Fran cess Litsey Thursday night Wild Dogs i Glasgow Times Laet summer George Tngg an old colored man living near Prewitts Knob drove a lot of his dogs away to keep from paying taxes on them The dogs went to Prdwitts Knob where they soon be came perfectly wild At night they sleepingjand sleep during the day There is some apprehension as to the depredations of these animals Death of Miss Annie Lee White Died at the home of her parents on Thursday morning April 25 1907 of typhoid fever Annie Lee White only child of Mr and Mrs Elfish White of Tatham Springs Ky aged seventeen year Death loves a shining a mark many lifeworn soul with work done sits waiting with clasped hands to welcome him but he passes on to the room where the daughter the life and light of the home lies tossing in fever and pain and though loving hands are stretched out to stay her and dear voices call her to stop she must push the fond arms gently back and pass out of the sorrowing house and away forever through the open dodr so it is that a father and mother with a dull dreary pain in their hearts sit in their childless home The roa whicn stretches before them looks ve ryml elong and dark and the way seems ing nowhere This life so hoped and prayed for went out Thursday morning at 11 oclock death set its seal on her about three hours before and the doctors said hopeless Crisis afte Isis was passed only to be by more desperate weakness until the tissues wasted by burning fever and tortured by pain refused longer obey the will As she lay in her beauti- fUl white casket her face was characterized by a tender expression which seemed to portray the noble qualitie of her soul She will be missed 0 how much we cannot tell leave th to the loving parents who cared f her they alone can know the to Annie was a noble pure girl loved seall who knew her and died with the consolations of her holy religion The funeral services were conducted by Rev Hatchett who delivered a very impressive sermon Misses Bettie Hardin Clatie Scott Hallie Der Edith Sims Essie Hun Qte and Maud Royalty acted as pall bearers lhe remains were followed from her horn to Rockbridge church and the inte ment was made in the Rock bridge ce m etery The bet eaved parents have the commvyutys deepest sympathy in the loss they have irreparably sustained in hoer death May a loving Fath watch over the father and mother a comfort and solace to them and so direct their lives that there may be at last la happy reunion of this broken family in a and sweeter cli m is th earnestprayer of a friend EDITH SIMS f MT ZIONlv htiMrs Martha Neal of Chaplin Fork has returned home after a few weeks stay with her brother whoowas Very ill Miss Kate Dawson of Bloomfield was the guest of her sister Mrs C Williams last week Mr Baily Pinkston and daughter Miss Ora attended the funeral of Mrs bridgeMrone day last week Rusell Bros of this place have sewed a hundred and fortyfive act of blije grass and orchard grass Mr James Hays Jr add wife wer in Bloomfield Saturday Mrj Jessie Williams is some better at this writing Wejare glad to see Jennie Bayne out again MisSes Grant Hays and Lettie Wil Miams have returned from Louisville Dir S R Bayne is much improved after Several weeks illness Messrs Sam Bonta and Dick White of Pctryyille visited at the home of H B Bonta last Saturday and Sunda wasegi Mr Clarence Willia ms last week thisieerDirs Kate Williams was the guest Mr Jessie Williams last week hn recovered from the measles Ward Vanflut has returned home after a visitat VanArsdale- Mr Payton Briggs and wife visited at the home 04 Mr Baily Pinkston one day last week ofapneumonia Mr Will Grumes of this place visit ed his daughter Mrs Afie Cull recent lYe Misses Patsy Briggs and M nggs visited at the home of Mr Payton Briggs Saturday and Sunday Mrs Irene Williams was in Chaplin Saturday Mrs Lydan and daughter Miss Mar Bret of Midway attended servicesl here Sunnay SAPTONFORD f jMissdcan Mrs Sadie Ruby Mrs Sallie Ten andMiss Mattie Romineof Chap lin were at Tatham Thursday L Mr and Mrs J D Shields and little lMrsday and Monday lastdGriffy and family at Fairview Mrs J D Shields spent last Thurs CookseYispent t Tuesday with Mrs J D Shields Mr Robert Blacketer of Tatham was in our midst Sunday iMr James Ross of Stringtown withordaughterb EallMr Jordan Terrel was in Louisville this week on business daughterNora Conwayto afc Horneone mare rMr Absalom Cheatham sold to Mrr + Willie Royalty one mare for 200 GeorgeeThompson from Mrs Susie Dedman one sow for barbsre corn per and jt three barrels to J B Ross of String town at the same price lIL 4eWtIIISBURG Gertie the tenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Wesley Perkins of this place died Thursday of las t week of pneumonia She was sick only a short time until God relieved her of her pain Funeral services were conducted here the following day by Rev J A Simms and the lifeless remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at this place to await the resurrection morn The community extends sympathy to the bereaved parents and relatives deatholdof Miss Addielirie White of Tatham Springs esMiss Bell Birck spent Sunday with her sister Mrs J K Wells Baker of Springfield visited 1hiSco in John Turner Sunday and Monday W B Shirley and wife spent Sun day with relatives at Litsey Wm Sutton is on the sick listJMrs Clay Terrel spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Sallie Noel Miss Willie Ruby spent Sunday with her cousin Mrs Birdie Cooksey Allen Sutton and family spent Sun day with Wm Sutton and family SundayYWm Scruggs Dr Barnett of Mackville was at this place one day weekJ V 1Ye1IIJI II II Farming implements D I Buggies TC TATUM JrGRUNDY of Valley Hill announce that they have a large line of i Buggies Runabouts Surreys IiPIIn fact all kinds of farming implements and that they anythlnrH1IWe own our wareroom we have no house rent to IVandCall on UP and we will convince you Tt Tatum Grundy Vally Hill Ky I i Ib iy THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY I 1907 I S Dr J M Burton RESID JT DENTIST WithrI out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hojron Block up stairs Local News Notes l Creamery butter mllk will be delivered to you at your home in Springfield at Oca gallon Notify Mr Robt Parrott or the creamery Ill NOTICEI have opened a cash produce house in the Camden building at Mackville and will pay the highest cash prices for your produce O L Curry Everybody wants the best and to get the BEST S C B Leghorn chickens you should buy eggs from Miss Sue ADqncan R F D 3 Springfield Ky 100 for 15 eggs OFFICE HOURS Dr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can from now ori be found in his of fice during these hours FARMS FOR SALE Write W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrods burg Ky for list of farms and other property for sale He has what you want FOR SALEA two story business house in the town of Maekville Ky 24x50 feet with 10 foot shed room full length back yard with closet 20 inch cheapDirectTHOS J GRAVESr WIRE YOUR HOUSES During the next 90 days The Springfield Wate 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 BrowitLeghorns were premium winners at Harrodsburg and Springfield iifl906 White Plymoth Rocks and white Wy andotts were premiums at Springfield Eggs 75c for 15 A C Kimball STRAYEDOn April 18 a large Duroc CanaJry I R C CANARY UNION SERVicEsOn next Sunday night there will be union services at the Christian church the object being to BareJMiss Pearl Claybrooke daughter pf Mre and Mrs J R Claybrooke of Texas is one of three who will grad uate from the Scottsbpro Baptist In stitute May 3 at Scottsbpro Ala Miss Claybrooke attended the Spring field school last Year- MULDRAUGt1 HILL Mr W T Wells is outjiagam after a weeks illnessIjMrs Nancy A Scott ztnd Miss Effie Coulter were in Willisburg last Thurs day shopping Mr J A Coulter was in Willisburg last Saturday on business Miss Eva Inman Mrs Jrtollie Sutherland and Miss Effie Coulter are taking music lessons from Mrs Harry RileyI of Mackville Mr J A Coulter was in Springfield last Saturdsy on business Mr H P Chesser and wife visited Solomon Kays Sunday Mr M C Keeling and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with the letters parents Mr and Mrs Tom Brown at FairView Mr J M Shields and wife visited SundayMr Ile visited Mr Tom Coulter and wife Sun t day Mr J H Settles bought of Thomas B Baker a wagon for 85 m K + + i Successful Entertainment The entertainment given by the Sax ton Glee Club at the Opera House last Friday night was attended by a large enjoyedMissbe complimented upon the high degree of efficiency the mar d in and guitar performers have attained during the past few months Undoubtedly Miss Ray is musical genius and she is an able teacher The program was indeed well rendered1O a manner which pleased all present Every section deserves special mention and we regret that we toIa The vocal contest to decide who shall Represent the Springfield Graded School the tournament was a pleasing feat ure of the evening Leo Simms bari tone sang Forgotten and indeed he sang well His manner upon the stage is graceful and he possesses very pleasing voice Harry Shultz basso sang Out Where the Billows Roll High His Voice is remarkably clear and indicates that better things r are to be expected Mr Parker Med ey baritone sang The Bandelero Phis selection was elaborate difficult and beautiful and Mr Medley display songMrVie He has a tenor voice which did full justice to this familiar and popular selection While awaiting the decision ot the judges in the Vocal contest the audience was entertained by a pleasing instru amusingFaceGirl by Miss Hattie Rice The judges Mr Will Waters Mrs T Scott Mayes and Mrs W F Booker announced their decision giving first place to Mr Parker Medley and secon place to Mr Harry Shultz The third part of the program was presentedwith variety and talent Itis impossible in this issue to discuss its strong points However we take occasion to mention the excellent solo work of the ever appreciated and tal rented Miss lIaydon Miss Laura Mc Chord whose voice has won her more than local lame captivated the audience with all of her selections but was especially appreciated in her cradle song Sleep Little Baby of Mine To dwell at length Upon the excellent work of Mr Will Waters the Winne- of the medal inlast years tournament in a locality where he is known and ap preciated as he is at home would b e superfluous The Pieces rendered by oMisses d fm Hertlein was another very pleasing feature of the evenings program The unavoidable absence of b1r and Miss 1wasWonofk t TEXAS W +Mrs Arvin and grandmother of ne Campbell vine are the guest of t formers daughter Mrs J W Cam bell Mr Tom H ysis very mwithmeasles Mr Tom Peterson and wife visitad a the latters parents at Simrristown Sat urday and Sundry Rev R L Purdom and wife were at Penick one day last week to see their daughter Mrs Hubert Kim 3erlain Rev Walker of Mackvillj debveredi an excellent sormon berd ay night Mrs Ida Walston and Stella of Rile Yclhe form ers sister M s Mr John Claybrookc left Sunday for Scottsbora Ala where he expects to his future home Mr irank Hardin was at leeehla Saturday in the interest of the sch at that place Prof Gibson has returned to home at Wilmore Mr James Arnold and wife visited the formers parents at Mackvill recently Mr Jrio Petrson is in Louisville this week The American Society of Equity meet at night May 17 Several ape a ers from the outside will be present Ladies ard childre invited to atte Subscribe for The Sun HJM ye + + +++ I tNQT1CLUHHaving etc I will business at same s W Will keep For the Trade a hand UptoDate Stock of Everything Good to Eat Country Produce WantedA SQUAREI DEAL 0IS MY MOTTO + me our laundry I represent the Lebanon Laun sdry Ask for Fehrs Tonic and all of soft drinks ili i Call for who you want Yours Very Truly i WPrLAWRENCE 44 J 0000000000000 o I Personal Notes J 00 1Visitors fn and Out of TownA Ia Round Up of the Weeks o t Personal News 0oooooooooo Mr Howard McElroy was in Lou isville several days last week on busi ness Miss Laura McChord has returned to her home in Lebanon after a several days visit to Miss Sue Ray Mr Hugh Marshall of Bards own was in town Saturday J Mr T Scott Mayes was in Boston last week on business Mn Watt OBryan was in Louis ville last week Mrs W F Trusty and children spent last week with relatives at New Hope V Dr J C Mudd spent Saturday in Louisville Mrs C M Rice is visiting rela tives in Stanford Mr Will Stiles of Bardstown wasE in town one day last week Miss Doherty of Bloomfield is Visiting Miss Elise Durrett hMr John Spalding of Bardstown was in Springfield Monday Mr Wallace Duncan of Louisville spent several days last week with his parents at this place Miss Louise McElroy of Lebanon visited friends and relatives here last w eekti pladDr Richard RoBards of Gravel Switch is visiting his brother Dr J B RoBards at this place Mr liH Jones was in Monday on business Rev W H Williams and H M J Grundy attended Masonic banquet in Lebanon Monday night Mrs S C VanArsdale left last Saturday morning to visit her daugh ter Mrs A G Noe in CincinnatiC Stin Shelby ville Miss Hallie Huston of Maud was town Saturday Mr Len Mattingly of Lebanon was here last week Mrs Mack Miller of Bardstown Claysbrooke Mrs J W Riedel and children are visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Fannie McElroy is in Lebanon to visit Miss Roe Montgomery Finley M Scruggs left Tuesday hisarandhebusinessPMr John I Claybrooke left Mon day for Scottsboro Ala where he will make his future home having accepted j position with the firm of Butler R Claybrooke Mr Claybrooke is a young man thatghe habits and The Sun pre diets will be successful in his new home =Miss Mayme Allen who has been for several days is able to be out again rbliss Willie Knott has returned home after a visit to Miss Burke of Jefferson 11e Ind Mrs E M Russell and daughter Miss Margaret have returned home after a visit to friends in Louisville ndoolMiss Elizabeth Leachman will re turn Friday frbm a visit to her sister J LebanonhisBob RoBards was in Harrodsburg and Danville the first of the A Miss Ada Wood has Her home in Bardstown weekj townvi visit to the family of Judge Miss Edna Edelen is attending inesa school in Louisville bUHj ndb1essrs Ruel Foster and arMarks were in Bardstown Sunday Mr G E Medley has Owensboro after alisit to his at this place familyJ Mrs E Carl Litsey and Sarah have returned to their home in Lebanon after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs W E Selecman Miss Pearl Conner of fredencksI 1Lancastersister Mrs Katie Williams Monday Miss Ella Shaunty ot Fredericks town was here the first of the week 1borne J1WDr S J Smock left Tuesday for Ashville 4 C on business Mr W L Smith of Louisville 4s spending a few days here Miss Mayme Knott who has been attending school at Nazareth has reo turnefl home Miss Annie Edelen spent Saturday and LouisvilleI biro Edd Mi Rooneypf St Marys visited Misses Eliza and Eddie Mulli can last week Dr and Mrs liw Hyatt and sons are in Fairfield this week Mr W E Selecman was called to BloonFeld bv the illness ot his the first of the week brotherI Mr and Mrs J T Cray arrive here from Chicago will make this their future home Mrs Lizzie Durrett has returned from a visifo her son Maury who attends school in Lexington Miss Pearl Conner has home from Lancaster She rcturnedI panied home by Miss Virginia Mrs George Boldrick of Lebanon is the guest of her son Ralph Boldrich of this place Mr John Roberts has returned home trom Louisville where he attended school i Messrs J W Riedell W F Book and J W Lewis are spending thist W at Tatham fishing Suit O Ismlsse dcMarion Falcon The damage suit of Rev J A Hogarty against Mr J H Kearns for slander has been dismissed in the circuit court by consent of both parties dfter Mr Kearns had filed and1 made a record a written disclamer in the following words 11anytbingce should have deen construes as a accusation against the Rev J A Ho garty of attempting to bribe a voter or to purchase a vote or of his having any connection with such an attempt suenh an may e said Any imputation connecting Rev A Hogarty with a supposed attempt to bribe a voter or to use illegal means unIfoundedpicion and is a gross injustice to him OOOOOOOGOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO tin and Herald 2 oooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOO11 I I I l MclftTIRE 1c New items are scarce Owing to the recent coldsweather farmers are busy trying to get their corn planted Farmers say the fruit crop will be failure in this vicinity Mrs Abagill Ensor pf Lebanon is visit ng her son Mr J C Ensor of this place Mrs T E Ballard and Mrs Sid John Johniston and family near Frederickstown- one day last week to the wife of Emmet Kelty IBorn Wednesday a fine boy T E Ballard has beautiful hats doing a good business in the mil iner line Mrs Ed Cusic who has been danger ousl ill for the past week is some who improved at this writing I Uncle HiUorJr McIntire Mr Sam Nalland Joseph Keene are on tbeJ thisIent Miss Emma Ensor is visiting her aunt Mrs Tom Leathers of Anderson CQUoty this week Mrs Teresa Ann Blanford visited her mother Mrs Emily OBrien of Forest View one day last week Aunt been on the sick list for Emilthas Fields of Nelson coun jMrMr Minerva Hickerson who has sprmgwith nyy a Key Father Pieters will sail lor- Europe this week much to the regret of his congregation ull suffered for fiveyears with kidney and Jiver trouble which caused severe pain acr ss the back and blinding headache 11 had dyspepsia and was so cons ipated that I could not move my bowEls without a cathartic I was cured berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well rfow for oix months says Mrs Arthur S Stric land of Chattanooga Tenn For pale by Red Cross Drug Store Spring fields rm1t1iD1 now o9ur Ready stocks markets patterns desirable We them to suit both the Dresser and for those desiring something plain and neat but tailored THE STYLES ARE SNAPPY AND- ATTRACTIVE and IHWill APPEAL TO THE TASTES OP THE MAJORITY We guarantee every to be Come to us for Spring Suit and get satisfac AN IMMENSE TRADEr havehadof hatsi and I found it necessary shipmentfsee them on display Saturday CARRY A FULL LINE OF BABY GOODSHAVE IN STOCK LARGE OF PRETTY CAPS Miss Willie Knott Opposite First National Bank = F Poultry Raising Pays rFarmers are coming to realize that raising is one of the best pat StatistiCStshowi ffarmer more money than the output ott corn or wheat Now is the time oE ear to lees your fowls tonic Remember that only healthy hens sreggs R41144 fed to your fowls tws or three times week wards off diseas for rpup cholera and limber neck there is nothing better If yoar chickens are sick give each sick chief enthree to five drops two or times day as preventive of disease give one to three drops to each fond in the feed two or three week Turkeys being more delicate should be fed only one to three drops at feed Can you afford to loose your chickens when R41144 is guaranteed by your druggist to give satisfaction or yoar money will be refunded Ask Me Haydon mu 4 iiu P I II I Li NE LARGES STOCK OF E I Clothing Ijvershown in Springfield Is counters for your inspection t E heSie Of the not all we boast of The makes are the best the 1 IEastern afford The are the most have r I I Swell well Suit a s represented your LINE a good a es gapes three a a times a a I tion YOU CAN GET ANY PRICE SUIT HERE You have more ose = I ledifromithan you can fid elsewhere and you can get them for less moneyj We will Appreciat e a Chance to Show You these Goods efr The Robertson Claybrooke Company7 lieVvfcii t 1j f iiJ1 1 t J I q r J i h THE SPRINGFIELDSIflV WEDNESDAY MAY 1907 1 ilii The Lead And oing Fast IlLCrpYright 1907 by Hart Schaff net fc7 Marx We are prepared to show the most upto date Clothing ever shown in our we have the exclusive sfcle of HartSchaffner 8 Marx Suits These are the finest readytowear Suits made We also have an elegant lipe of Welworth Clothing for Den Sits Welworth 2000 f0r15 00 Suits Welworth 8oo for 1250 S its Welwortht50o for 1000 Suits Welworth 1250 for S 900 1Suits Welworth ipoo for 750 1 We also nave the exclusive sale of the celebrated Perfection Suits tor Young Men Bovs and Children at prices that others ask for much inferior goods t Special Velvets Double 75c Superior Super Ingrains Extra C C 60c Ingrains ci Union x40c S 35c tSultana ySOC Special prices on E and tARGi ROOM RUGS 9x12 950 f a r New Spring Attractions In and Plaid Novelties in Dressfjat 1525 35 50 75 and Plain Wool Goods in and Colors Serges Henriettas Panamas Voile J iBatiste Danish Cloth Chiffon Panamas airs TA great variety at the lowest prices j = in on t 3115 Extra 95c 75c Extra Union Extra pper IN Rugs Check Goods cents Dress Black 1fo t HE IN Si 3 and Back Comhs Ribbons eek Wear Hand Bags Etc Etc he most stock Wash Gir Mulls Ba Newest things in Jftconet and Swiss Embroideries Val Torchon and Laus LIJ fine Shoes for Men at 450 and 5 W L fine Shoes for njen at 3d350Arn- olds perfection fine Shoes for men at r y v300Kr- lppendorfpittman Cos fine Shoes for Women 3 350 and 4 Smiths Sterling Shoes for Misses and Children We have all these Shoes in Patent Vici Kid and Box Calf I about way it is with our HART SCHAFFNER Clothes Theyre only leading line of fine garments in this locality but theyre ahead of every thing al J overthe country We just why other makers cant make clothes as good as t1 these theres no mono po of allwool fabrics gwd tailoring correct r stylesj v HART SCHAFFNER get something Into their clothes that others miss something we cant describe but you want it Its here Jyou these clothes are way to get it I lfHart IICLOTHING Fine ShoesFor Men and Women Ii 8PEIIALPRICES ON CARPETS WALL PAPER AND LACE CURTAINS V This Sale will Cdntiiiiie During First Three Weeks of May r Wetf a special Sale on Carpets WaJTPaper and Lace Curtains for the first three weeks May and will make special pries every article in esedeprt i during that period This sale will give thepeople ofWashington and adjoiningi counties an to buy this c ass at lorer prices than ever before LET US DEMONSTRATE j Axministers Tapestry Brussells Super Ingrains j 7 c1 Ingrains WI Ingrains Sanitary Cottage Carpets Dliiholmras Ingrains j 1 = Miscellaneous NEWEST NOVELTIES attractive of including Mercerized SilksFrench shams Bornoby Ginghams Nainsook Williams Kneeland Douglas at250 Velbpr Thats the MARX not the for men dont know But MARX for and the only 9x12 Tapestry jRug 12 15 and 1750 9x12 Axministers Kugs s 7 2000 and2250 36x72 Moquet4 Rugs 375 36x72 Velvet Rugs 325 48x84 Smyrna Rugsn 475 36x72 Smyrna Rugs U 325 27x54 Smyrna Rugs 225 36x72 Juti Rugs 140 27x54 Juti Rugs t 100 400 pair Lace pairIWe carry a complete stock of Wall Paper showing all the latest combinations ranging in prices at 5c 7Jc lOc 12Jc 15c and up- We will show you a stock of 10000 Rolls from whichitoselect t Cunningham Duncan CeIJ 1 Y ieNJ I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 11907 t 1 88 8 818 81 1881 v A Piano Placed I In Your Home On Trial IF YOUIIItend purchasing piano it would be dollars in your pocket toget in c rreSpo dIBeing the largest piano dealers in the South and buying them in carload lots to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and PianOi Players that will quickly convince tie most skeptical that we can do all we say if given the opportunity Our line I consists of the following worl famous makes HPIANOS 1 HPRICE178UPl PLAYER PIANOS H 1500 UP H PIANO PLAYERS PRICE 250I IEontenegroRiehrn Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trial t Name i Address Ky OSI t NEWS f SHIPMENT OF LIQUOR To Dealers With U expIred Licenses Can Not Be Legally Stopped Frankfort KYThe court of ap peals decided thata liquor dealer has the right to have liquor shipped to him as long as We jlcense lasts even If he 4s in a district that has voted a local option The case was that of A J sheehan vs I 1N Railroad Co from Kenton county Sheehan lives In Pendleton county and his license ox pires May 1 Last to I Falmouth voted ocal option and somp time this spring the railroad refused x ship beer from Covington consigned to Sheehan nt Falmouth He sued to compel the railroad to ship It and the court says the state grants the license and unless liquor can be shipped to the man li censed he Is put out of business and as the state guarantees him the right to do business It mugt not by another law prohibit Mm from doing what he has paid his money to do FLED FOR THE IR LIVES From Russian Massacres To Their Relatives in JJentucky- Lexlntogn Ky After having suffer ed horrors at the hanIHof Russians In massacres at Poltava and having been robbed of oil goods Samuel Lewittan and family nsslan Tews fleeing for their lives appealed to relatives in Mrs Lewlttans sisters Mrs Jennie Cohen and Mrs Paritz of this olty who had not seen her since all were schoolgirls 25 years ago sent money and the family arrived here They tell harrowing stories oft the massacres All were detained a week at Ellis Is land before allowed to land They were finally released through the aid of the New York Jewish organization HONEYMOON TriP BEGUN On Horseback But Death Met Them at the Big Sandy Ford Maude Fernald ended just at dusk amid the swirling waters of the Big Sandy river where th were drowned while fording that stream ooborslF back on their way a honeymoon visit with relatives In Boyd county Their friends are dn gglng the river for their bodies If heir bodies are recovered they will bu burled side by side In the cemetery n the hlll near Cannonsburg that overlooks the school grounds where they played to gether as children an4 where their romance was born WILL NOT BE HANGED IiDeath Sentence of Ec Brown Corn muted To Life Imprisonment Frankfort KyGov eckhun corn muted the death sentence of Babe Ed Brown colored of Louisville to life Imprisonment Brown killed the woman who had been jiving with him The governor bases on the fact that the juror who convicted hUn the special Judge who tried him Judge iBarker of the appellate court who reviewed the case and many other officials ministers of the Gospel and tenuating circumstances In the case that warranted the commutation of sentence Adjourned To Winchester Lexington Ky Afcer a session oft nearly two days for the purpose of hearing the reports from the counties In the burley district giving the acreage of the 1907 crop of tobacco that was signed up the executive commit tee of the Bnrley Tobacco Society ad journed to meet at Winchester on June 4 Alleged Bigamist Indicted Sergent KrThe special grand Jury impaneled to Investigate the bigamy charge against J M Smith whQ was arrested In St Louis returned an In dlctment against him Smith marrleM Miss Mary Thompson 18 at Whites burg having it Is alleged a wife and six children In Jamestown Ky Distinguished Career Closed Kuttaw KyrGen H B Lyon 71 dijd of heart failure He graduated from West Point In 1858 He was the greatgrandson of Col Mathew Lyon who sold himself for Ills passage across the sea and who by his vote elected homas Jefferson president In 1801 Ohio Man Appointed Paris KyBrig Gen James R of his start with the rank t f major for the occasion of the confederate re union to be held at Richmond Va May 30 Letter Carriers Possible Latonia Ky While there Is a scramble on for the postmastershlp here there is said to be a movement on foot to mike the local office a substation to the Covington post office It Is that Latonl Is entitled to carriers as the place has a population of between 5000 and 6000 J M McCutchen ill Russellvllle lyJ M McCutchen one of the most prominent citizens if Logan county and father of H S Mc Cutchen secretary of the state democratic committee Is critically M D Says Milk 11 Bad Covlngton KyDr W E A Wey man veterinary surgeon sys Coving ton people consumed quantities of impure milk and meat He say condi tions are very bad and uigest council to enact the proper legislation to rem edy the evil He appeared before council committees and discussed the matter at length Married in fVIarsesparlor Paris KYA ovel wedding In colored circles too place at the resi dence of Mr and Mrs Earl Sellers on trie Bethlehem p ke near Parig The principals In the iffalr are no ro serv ants at the Selle s homo and owing to their faithful ess they were per mitted to mWry Iri the parlor pf the palatial home r t i r tGhickering Sons Decker Sons Bros Sterling r fArm 1Haines Marshall Wendell Foster 1 j SohmerCeailian FarrandCecilian andI 1 the Autopiano 1The Cecilian A player that can be at 1tached to any make piano i l In order demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a home on trial and if isfied with it we will the trial will not cost MUSIC O IMONTENEGRORIEHM SS5I5i55i5tS STATE HAPPENINGS tQAmerica thelfvesof urgedit HowardHenderson pianofonrour OF TOBACCO CROP IPLEDGES Seven Thousand Acres in Excess of a Year Ago Lexington Ky During the meeting of the board of directors of the Amer ican Society of Equity held here It was announced that 72000 acres of the 1907 crop of burley tobacco have been pledged to be handled by the American Society of Equity Following this an nouncement President Clarence Le Bus of Cynthfana said that the 72000 acres of the 1807 crop pledged are 7 000 acres more than wasp pledged of the 1906 crop of the society The hoard of directors decided not to give out the detailed amount of tobacco that has been signed up In each coun tyQ the society finds that It has not Only the trust to combat but also tne warehouse men HE WALKED RIGHT IN Turned Around and Walked Right Out Again Qwensboro KyHo walked right In turned around and walked right out again V But before he walked out this man fired a pistol ball Into Tam Palmers side Palmer a bartender in a Main street saloon fell reeling against the bar What will you have gentlemen askd Palmer when two strangers en tered the saloon One wearing a light overcoat pulled at revolver from his pocket and fired at Palmer turned and walked from the saloon and The man accompanying Palmers assailant did not know his name he said Palmers wounds may not prove fatall MOJTION FOR BAIL Filed Srit01andLexington KyA motion for ball for William Brltton was filed by Attorneys Maury Romper and Wallace Muir It is understood that inasmuch as the Jury stood 8 to 4 for acquittal Col John R Allen commonwealths Attorney will not oppose the motion for bail The cases of Judge James Hargis Alex Hargis andEd Callahan who aro charged with complicity In the murBer of James Cockrell will be called on My 7 It is probable that the trial of Judge HargIs will be entered Into L SIX DAYS REMAIN Fbr Danville Citizens To Meet Car negies 20000 Offer Danville Ky President J C Ache son of Caldwell collosje received word from Andrew Carng1e that ho desires to give the last 20000 to complete the endowment of 80000 which Is be- Ing raised by the Northern and South ern Presbyterian Synofls of Kentucky for the conversion of the above Insti tutlon into a womans college This 20000 and 20000 worth of property donated by J A Shuttleworth must bemet before May 1 by 10000 Citizens of Danville say they will raise It Rheumatic Pains Relieved The quick relief from rheumatic pains afforded Ixy Chamberlains Pain Balm has surprised anddelighted thou sands of sufferers It makes sleep and rest possible A great many have been bytheevery reliable dealer in the Blue Grass e MEXICAN AND U S LEGATIONS STORED BY A MOB OF SEVERAL HUNDRED MEN MexIcan Troops Are Being Mobilized On the Guatemala Frontier Which Is Highly Significant Mexico City April 29The most ex treme indignation and wild excitement have been caused here by the report that the American and Mexican lega tion at Guatemala City were stoned by a mob of several hundred men Instigated to the act by agents of Presi ident Manuel Estrada Cabrera ofj Guatemala There is evident a strong inclina tion to give credence to the report and no official denial has been made though the federal authorities refuse to confirm It Mexican trops are being mobilized on the Guatemala frontier which Is believed to be highly significant though the war department stated that the mobilization of troops is nothing more than a move to insure strict neu trallty and to protect Mexican inter esta against any remote danger from irresponsible marauding blinds The mobilized force in the south will be under the command of Brig GenI Antonio R Flores directly assigned to the duty by the war department He will be aided by Captain of Engineers Saas who have alreadyj left here for the Isthmus of Tehuantepec Reports are also current here that Minister Gamboa representing Mexico In Guatemala has left that country and crossed Into Mexlqan territory as the result of the friction with Caberas government growing out of telegrams sent from this country to Guatemala relative to the assassination of Gen Manuel Barlllas Passports are said to be in preperia tion for Minister Manuel GIron Guate malas representative in this country for his return to his own country TWO KILLED And Many Shaken Up When Wabash Train Jumped L Pittsburg Pa April 29Tvo men iwere killed and 100 passengers had n thrilling es ape on the Wabash rail road when the engine and one passen ger coach of Westbound Train No 27 left the tracks near Brldgeville and plunged into Chartiers creek 40 feet below The train was crossing a trestle over Chartiers creek when without warning the engine suddenyl leaped from the rails and shot to the stream underneath taking the first coach with It The coach was smashed to splin ters There were as It happened no passengers in the front coach The coupling between It and the engine left the rails A new schedule went Into effect on the road and to this fact many Owe their lives Under this schedule Train No 27 left here 45 minutes earlier and over 50 persons missed the train for this reason Boyd and Mclsaacs were crushed to death MADE SIMULTANEOUS CALLS The Stork and the Angel of Death Visit Home of Charles Welding Pittspurg Pa April 29Almost at the same moment the stork and the angel of death visited the home ofI Charles Welding and wife In McKees port During the morning Paul the 30yearold son of Mr and Mrs Weld ing went out to play ball and started for home about noon He was cross Inp a switch In the yard of the MononI pahela steel works when an engine hacked down upon him and the lad was ground to pieces under the wheels While the tragedy was belpgI enacted a baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Welding The remains of the boy were takes home without the mother ling previously notified of His death and she Is In a critical condi t1onI Rivals Fight a Duel RIchmopd Va April 29John John son Uu son of a farmer at Greendale was shot and instantly kt1I by Noah Fulton a neighbor in a pistol duel occasioned by jealousy over a young woman for Whose affections both tf1foclrthe hand of pretty Dorab Breedvole 17 caused an estrangement The young men met immediately after axl Jpurnment of church Big Strike in Cuba Havana April 29rn consequence of the lockout In nil the independent cigar factories In Havana 3000 cigar makers will join the ranks of tim 3000 employes of the Havana Tobacco Co who struck two months ago demand- Ing that tholr wages e patti IP American instead of Spanish gold Bombs For Kaulbars Odessa April 29 Sixteen bombs were dljscovered in a villa which Gov Kaulbars had rented for a summer residenceGrand Stand Collapsed April 29Dr the collapse of during a ball game in Newfork Larch and Seaman ave ri City Russull Neilson ol le avenue a sixyearold boy was killed and 100 otherS were seriously hurt Stricken at Phone Now York April 29 Stricken with paralysis as she was valtjly trying to rench a telephone aivl summon alit Nand Harrison onetime brilliant nc tress and stage favorite died without recovering consciousness 4r 4i I iISentenced to Take Baths Judge Fiedler In a Cleveland police court has sentenced a man to a year and a half of cleanliness John Artl arrested for neglecting his four small children hasnt taken a bath In ten rears Humane Officer Poole told the Judge I have arrested him on almost every minor charge theibfllcer said and have tried for ten years to make him keep clean Unwashed for ten years ehT commented the court Tll fix him so he wont be dirty for a lung time I shall send you to the workhouse with in structions to the superintendent to keep you there eighteen months and put you to light labor and have you scrubbed twice a day during your In carceratlon Salton Sea Not a Boon One of the weather bureau experts In Washington Professor Alfred J lIen ry has given a black eye to the widely prevalent belief that evaporation from the Salton sea accounts for the remarkably heap rainfall in Arizona during the greater part of the last two years says the Now York Tribune He calls attention to the fad that the downpour really began about three months before there was any serious inundation of southern California from the Colorado anti then says that the excess above the normal precipitation throughout the territory In 1005 repre sents a volume rtf water twelve times asj great as that which accumulated In the Salton basin Recessional The pork chops and the pancakes cease oerTheAre shadows that distress no more For change the lettuce and tomat 1he kale and spinach let us try lAnd sure as Caseys at the bat That old redeemer rhubarb pie An Appendicitis Scrapbook Probably the oddest scrapbook In Sew England Is that of William F Female of Old Orchard Me It is der oted exclusively to newspaper notices pf appendicitis cases Mr Fernald figured in an operation himself and It was a fellow feeling for the rest of the appendicitis legion which made him commence3 to collect clippings Awhile ago he said to a Boston Herald man I talked of organizing an appendicitis club In Maine Its mew Iers to be composed of persons who numberdtproject approved but I didnt get around to carrying It into execution- think I shall revive the scheme- Baseball Days Are NearIThey are coming nearer Nearer to us day by day And In fancy noto I hear you p wayIFans are yelling one and all Once they hear the umpire calling Batter up All right Play ball They are coming nearer tp us It will not be many days Ere well have a chance for cheering As we see the lightning plays So get ready for the opening Oh the magic of that call To the players from the umpire Batter up All right Play ball James T Sullivan In Boston Globe Hpw to Save Doctors Bills If people would study the various vegetables fruits etc as to thelrI medicinal qualities In remedying all ments there would be less demand for the doctors services It would not be difficult to remember that fruits and acid vegetables tomatoes are good for the liver Lettuce and celery are good nprve tonics Beans peas lentils etc produce strength and heat and are a gQod substitute for meat In winter Onions and radishes are preventives of cods Eggs are easier to digest when slightly boiled than when raw Macaroni and vermicelli on account ot their closeness of grain are notas easily digested as light bread Potatoes when m aly are easily digested when close and watery they are hard to digest Bananas on account of the amount of nitrogen they contain are easy todl get says Womans Life The suffer from dyspepsia should take tur nips spinach cresses salads celery lettuce and dandelions A person auf fering from chronic rheumatism should avpld fried fish Incoming Trains Outgoing Trains THE DAILY Kentucky Sfati JournaltcIncorporated Publishid at tht 1 Capital of The Stat r Contains besides theAssociated Press dispatches the news of theStatendIworld full reports of the Court of A peals the doings of the State adinitrlS- tration and local news r r SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE W P WALTON Frankfort Kyv The Sun and Dally Kentucky Stats Jour 4nal both ont year oeoroeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe a 0- Chaplin Water s t9 8 oPower Qae Q 01 REST FLOUR BEST MEAL 0 ITHE Q a- Jt t 0 0 In Springfield and manyIother sections of Washington county our brands are sold Buy them and gt THE BEST y I D B SUTHERLAND Io e CHAPLIN KY 5 o 0 aeaooeaeoeoOeoseoei r THE SUN AND Bothp pers 1ytj CommonerL75 15JWeeklyNashville American 1BO 1751ISemiWeekly St Louis Republic 1lSemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World l7K Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist lioO American Farmer liW 225iCountryFarm and Fireside Farm Field and Fireside iThi i 325 2a5JScnbnersLedger Monthly Itf Harpers Magazine v 4S Weekly 4SSunny South15e CLUBBING RATES WiTHiLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5 Oi The Sun and the paily Courier 4 iJournal except Sunday 6 4Ot Same including Sunday 8 20 Te Sun and the daily Courier Journal three days in theweek37ttCounerJournalin the week six raonths23S j The Sun arid the Sunday Cour ierJournal one Iear280T-he Sun and the Louisville l Herald one 2 00AThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 400 L and N Railroad Time Table Suny only No 91 Daily No 43 IAnivesIailyI Suny only No 90 Jailv roo 1i i r Daily No 44 I Leavjs Springfield 525 a m 715 a m 100 p m Leaves Bardstown 612u 800 220 Leaves Bardstown Junctn 655 845 410 p m Arrives at Louisville 745 935U 545 pm CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH isoRpoaAvaoJ Long distance lines and telephones ofJthis Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi jand Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this greats ctlon of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reasons able Equipments and facilities unsur passed ttJAMES E CALDWFZLLLELAND HUME TDWEI- Ircildent A Gcnl Mmnaser Scx Asst Geil Mzr i4 r f r fjr t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY It 1907 ti t V YQUNG MEN FOR CONGRESS Aged YouthfulIStatesmen Edmund W Pettus of Alabama the West man In the United States senate ihfnks that pnly young men should be rent to congress In a tew months Sir Pettus ylll be eightysix years old anode he doesnt assent fb the doctrine Jitat au ojd man Is worth nothing any here liq says that he feels convinced that fen to or the house of repre entatlves hie not the place for a man irbo Is In the declining years of his are M dont think we ought to have boys 3a our bodies he said to a 2vqwTorl Evening Post writer but It isnt a gopd business pulley to send to Ingress inuii who are over fiftyfive or sixty yearns of age I eras seventysix when 1 entered upon my duties as United States senator I was too old Bretz and havent grown any yoUJlger the ten years Ive been here But Tnj here and I guess Ill stay My action Is that men from forty to fifty CUrs oldftbe average man Is in the lUe of his mental vigor at that age ougbtto beelected as senators and Sien kept ere as long as they are able to do berrqulredwork The served as a t Scatcnant In the Mexican war and as tr a lirlgndiep general In the civil war ootakes great Interest in all matters relating tol the military department oft de gOVern lcnt lIe has not missed meeting lnce the committee on mill 6ryatral begun Its Investigation ot idle shooting pof Brownsville He astonished his colleagues by coming to tc committee recently with n patent kris r trumpet device which he placed lID hIs he d in order that he might mot jniss nothing said by the wlt aesses This apparatus gave him the jipejiVance jof a diver ready to proceed to the bott m pf the sea One of the colored sol ierjj was so awed by the apparatus f the venerable senator i 3hat he could scarcely raise his voice jrfpre a whisper until the chairman of fie committee had explained the purJ- poee of the headgear r DEPTH OF DEATH VALLEY 4 Measurement Shows It to Be Shallower Than RepoTted The United Stat geological survey bjustconPleised aline ot spirit lev ely through Death valley California mid much toi the surprise of every one Jtunillar with the region has ascertain ed that the depth of that area Is not so treat as was supposed The final com r Batatious of the results have not yet Keen made but the preliminary figures lire for the lowest point a depth of 2TG feet betywsea level Bennetts vdl which Is near this point is 200 fleet below sea level These figures may be altered by two or three feet siren the finu computations are made I1gt they are prdbably not more than Zee feet In error The geological sur ICY now has elevation marks on the Kgbest and lowest points x f dry land t5tatesIt that these calIlrornlnBatbv valley jas above stated Is 276 fcet below cfjore the Salton sink jksa lu southern California was flood rd the Colorado river It contained slowest point of dry land In the Knitcd States a spot 287 feet below flea level Previous estimates of the depth of r Htcatb valley based on barometer read legs gave for the lowest point figures ctrjrlng from 2pO to 450 feet below sea geologicalitrvey l rcte determination of elevations In that 4ira1It8itbat has ever been made fltofescribe for fThi Sun SLob year Jhlirt e for Tnf Sun li00 year leap Your i Bowels Open It is a noticeable fact and one which ay doctor will verify that people who steer most of en disease are the tmes who have the most difficulty in atoeRMig their bowels open Regular 9wweP action is bait the battle of health People who have a tendency to con must of necessity use something- III Belp nature atongThis should not 4ea violent aid like salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but a agrap liquid that will Oil the intestines 3B membranes ithat it comes in contact wt Children women and weak aras system StftxCilo for the strongest person because the Kid issimply for that day and then the reao 7 beforeWhatPepsinbInfeaeaitIs being betterliked by more people every IsWittMablc biliousness flatulency sour stomach wem stomach bloated stomach and such ills Careof any of these ailments Js absolutely aesnmteed Abottlo costs but facents or tl and tl suffererWisesometfIIIeolothersuperlntcn4ad usetJIJJLaeo complaint was brought to her attention No oODclaxatlve Is use in the Home Buy bottle jeorsett today and Watch the prompt and per ssaaenrse vita r EE TEST Those wishing to try DrCald wells Syrup Pepsin before con haw a free sample bottle sent to their home by resting the company This offer to prove that the edy as we claim antis only open to those anyfesrfpms oldoUQiVERDfCT Laxative So and Sure CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This proouct i twfttllUmntee 17 Washington j PEPSIN SYRUP CO i 1fa aWwall ildr MentlMlle III RED CROSS DRUG STORE MOST PROLIFIC JOkER Bermuda Enjoys a Visit From Edwin Austin Oliver Edwin Austin Oliver the Worlds greatest Joker Is on a visit to Bermuda and is staying at the Hamilton hotel says the Royal Gazette of Hamilton Bermuda Mr Oliver it is said has written more jokes thnn any other nym In the history of the World He admits himself that he has written about TiiOOO Jokes Mr Oliver Is the Yon kers Statesman Man Practically all of his jokes have been unsigned nnd the world at large knows not of lila Of his Jokes have been translated Into German French Italian and other tongues not to mention the fact that they have been republished In EnglandIt be difficult to find in the United States a person who has not read In some newspaper a Joke credited to the Yonkers Statesman Mr Oliver Is responsible for all of these lie has written from six to ten jokes a day six days a week for twentynlneyears with very little vacation His annual output averages 2500 jokes Mr Oliver does not resemble the fun ny man of more or less popular tradi tion He shaVes regularly nnd patron izes the hair utter at brief Intervals He dresses cdrrectly not flarfilly it the Inside Inn in St Louis during the convention of the humorists at the worlds fair tt young mart from the St Louts Star approached fir Oliver pad and pencil poised menacingly Mr Oliver said the jeporter IIhave been assigned to Interview you Ahuhwhat do you consider your best joke hadforgottenwas then germinating staggered slight ly under the impact of this query nnd looked blankly ht the torts otthe young reporter Then he replied solemnly Youyourself Pressed further he asked the reporter Where was Moses when the tightE wont out In the dark replied the youn man promptly Well so am I said Oliver THE BOOK OF THE FUTURE Suggestion For a Printed Roll Actuated by an Internal Spring At a recent library association meet ing something of ii sensation was caus ed by the readlng of a paper calling for a radical refqrm not In the con tents but In the shape and aspect of the modern book says the Strand Magazine The book is tho one fea ture of civilized Jlfe which In 1500 years has undergone no change There were big books at the begInnIngthere are big books now folios and quartos although fewer than then but big or little they open in the same way at the same side stitched and covered the same and ate as cumbrous and Unlovely as ever Must the vehicles of the worlds literature ever remain in the stage oach stage Has human In genuity said its all when the flat paged side bound book was invented Inspired by this perlapsaSouth African inventor J IL cummings has been at nark upon a very novel and Interesting form of literary vehicle one hesitates about calling it a book It is more nearly akin to the ancient Bcrolls of papyrus actuated by an in ternal spring which moves the printed sheet backward or forward at a pace regulated by the reading ability or con venience of the owner A striking fea ture of the device is the index arrangement by which any passage of the work by a simple pressure on the in dex letter can be brought instantly un der revision How tcgMaKe a Foots Powder A toot wder to dVst is made of- seventyfivergrains of powdered Flor entine orris five grams of phenlc acid oneam of essence of violet ten grams of alcohol and 100 grams of powdered starch Dissolve the acid In the alcohol nnd ben add the violet Next mix In the starch and orris Make the mixture perfectly smooth To use dust over the feet before put ting oh stockings MARKET REPORJt rt Cincinnati April 27 CATTLE Extra 5 5 75 seHOGSCholceSHEEPExtra 5DO tt tel LAMBS Spring 7 001000F- LOUR pllng pat 4 45 fjp 4 WHEATHNo 2 red 81 81 CORNNo2 mixed 5- 1OATSNo 2 mixed 44 Jl YE No 2 choice 73 7- 4HAYCh timothy 1950 BUTTERDairy 20 22 EGGSPer doz 15 APPLESChoice 2 75 3 00 POTATOES Per bu 70 TOBACCOBurley 790 17 75 CHICAGO WHEATNo 2 red 83 83V4 CORN o 2 mixed 49 49i OATS No 2 mixed 41 4H PORK Prime mess 15 65 LARDSteam 8 55 Of 85j- Nw YORK FLOUR Win patent 3 603 85 WHEAT No 2 red 82U CORNNo2 mixed 53 47VafLARD Steam 9 IIALTIilOUK WHEAT No 2 red 83J4 CORNNo2 mixed 5G OATSNo 2 mixed 3BJ- LOUiaVltLT WHEATNo 2 red1 6 7- 6CORNNo2 mixed 5- 0OATSNo 2 mixed 36 HOGS Extra 6 00 660- IARDSteam 950 1NDUNAPOMS- CATTLE Prlmo 5 Irj ft 5j35- 6j55gHEEPExtra HrI Springfield Market j Bacon =Hams 15c Sides 1214- cBeeswax25e per pound Batter 15c to 20c per pound 1IChickensHens Spring 15c Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks 7c per pound Corn Meal 75c to per bushel EgtrarlSo per dozen Feathers 44e per pound FlourS220to S260 Ginseng 750 per pound fOralnAyhn t GVv corn fjxOate tO- eHidesGreen ic to t124 per pound Lime to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran shlptltuffSIoo per pounds Potatoes Country 75c Onions Salt 5145 and 185 wr barrel poupdrnlloWIc Vinegar 2oc to4ocper gallon Wool Burrv an greasy 14Hc clear of grease 20c tub washed Country Sorghum 15c to 50c GeeseS5c a voic- eSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN lIub8crlbeotherrannLand for sale or for rent not included but in sorted jn another department of the paper at very low rates A C Kimball Springfield has for purebredIA R Shultz Jr has for sale a nice pony James O McElroy wants tQ buy a few good grade cows with calves W S Gibbs Springfield wants to buy 100000 pounds of wool James Oder Booker Ky has for sale several oak logs som large oak trees and some cedar posts suitable for building purposesI Mrs C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 25c for 17 pure stock SC Leghorn s 50c fur 17 J N H Olhver Rt 1 has for sale about 400 pounds of comb honey Cocanoueher Sr Rt 4 has IJohn a sow and seven pigs EGGS FOR SALEMrs T Scott Mayes Springfield has for sale Barred eggsforJ A Johnson Willisburg Rt 1 wants to buy a nice safe driving horse J D Stanfield Lebanon RtTS has for sale 50 barrels of good corn at 3- a barrel will deliver in Springfield if as much as five barrels is bought Mrs James I Martin Rt 1 has for gsFromstock 35c for 15 Kyhasfor setting of 15 eggs RtbhasforMrs B B Leachman has for sale white Plymouth Rock 50 cents per setting of 15 J T Goode Rt44 eggs1at sale 300 oir 400 locust posts Mrs P M Howard Rt 3 has for sale Cornish India game eggs 1100 for 15 Miss Sue A Duncan Springfield R Fi D 3 has for sale pure bred S C B Leghorn eggs 100 for 15 eggs salefluffeggs 15 forl f- Jas Arnold Texas has for sale 15t barrels of corn at 3 per barrel C W Staljings Springfield has for sale a saw and seven pigs 16hf H D Stiles Springfield has for- s le some loose hay also some baled JwyA L LitSey Springfield has for sale five or six g cows Some of them are fresh cvG W Lyon Springfield has fo sale a good Jersey milk cow C M Williams Willisburg Rt 1 has for sale fine white seed corn Mrs Minnie D Reed R F D 3h as for sale pure bred S G B Leghorn eggs 75c for 17 Mrs Farmer Goatley Rt 1 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 50c per setting of 17 Richard Riley Springfield wants a good Jack to farm atAYillisburg this seasonT Ballard Rt 5 has for sale Buff Orpington Single Comb White an eggs also Pekin Duck e gs at 100 for 15 Mammoth- Bronzeturkey eggs lOc each Mrs P M Howard Lebanon Rt 3 has for ale Corn shind e 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 C Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotts White Plymoth R cks and singlecomb Brown Leghorn egts 75c for 15 R B Ore or Lebanon Rt 3 has fob sale six gilts that will farrow the first of May Reed Spalding Route 3 has for sale oatsStocked artSpringfieldturkeys My pen is headed by one of Mrs Wrights prize winners at the Lou isville poultry show won first prize Mrs L E Ross Rt 1 has for sale White Pekin duck eggs 50c for twejve J E Derringer Rt 1 has for sale a lot of locust and cedar posts Good ones e4 INELSONNO 238 r ReI I I ciation I Will make the season at the stable of R L Durham 4rmiles East of Springfield on the Pleasant Run turnpike at I j I f 15 1 o t i TO INSURE A LIVING COLTS f I Description and PedigreeNel- son is a black horse 16 hands one inch high weighs 1375 pounds and for beau ru ty style and action has no superior in this section of Kentucky GermaoyHisI No 892 by Auskae 1173 by Agamemnon 560 etc etc J Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Card taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur orGeorseLs I Washington County Breeders Association lR1 JiGU Authorized by Shakespeare Shakespeare hasUslxt for sixth Doubtless he so pronounced itj for he was credited with having written the three parts of Henry the Sixt and he certainly wrote The Life of Henry the Fift as1 the old edition has It And it Is worthy of notice that flfta and slexta are the An gloSaxon ormsProf Skeat in Na tional Review POPELEOThis will make the season of 1907 at rry stable at Booker Ky a- tiooOTO INSURE A COLT TO STAND- UP AND SUCK Lien retained on colt until season is paid Money due when fact is ascer tained or mare parted with or if marie is bred to another horse without my consent during the season DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Pope Leo is a Red Sorrelsixteen hands high heavy mane and tail ffn0 bone and muscle Boydha1st dam Ralley Golddust 2nd dan Davy Crockett A Wrr Eddleman 1 194ta OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOr I + +++ +T Hit + t t + i Red Bird i+ Sired by Cabells Joe Brown 1955 he by Cabells Lexington 1 Lexington2ndCabells Lexington and Red Bird himsels is as fine a breeder as there is in the State Red Bird will make the season of 1907 at the Fair Ground Stables at t 20 TO INSURE A LIVING titHorse breeders will remember when Red COLTfmade a season in this county for Mr B B the best lot of colts even gotten before or Smce in county now ask the owner of good mares in this and adjoining counties to patronize him so that I can afford to keep this good blood of Ca ells Lexington with us He is the only onel know of that is left W in the country I paidWtit It was stated here recently that a certain party was offered fered or pay for a horse that fixes his value but rather what he can do 1 Sun Shine II +un Shine IS a chestnut stallion by the great Red Leaf foaled W 1901 bred by R E Goddard of Harrodsburg Ky now owned in Sprhpfifiid will make the season of 1907 in charge of L DBaker tittoe cwner atthe Fair Ground stables at fit 15 TO INSURE A LINING COLTfDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREESun Shine a and can step a 30 shot with race style and action He is the living picture of Lord Golden the greatest show horse that ever wore harness His breedinfis superb by the great Red Leaf the ilLchampion show and the leading sire of high W class horses and teams Sun Shine is a full brother to Glorious 1 Sunrise and Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in Ken His MadamWood + MaggieYantes4th dam Roling mare 221 IAt the same BilaGbiack tAT10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Bill Goebel is 15 hands T byiovI W Et tw1 L D BAKER 1 KY + U + + + + 0 Not the Sunshine There was an old man who was ba with Illicit distilling and was brought up before the court The judo who was a witty fellow asked the prisoner what was his Christian name The prisoner replied Joshua youIand the prisoner replieduNo sir your honor Im the one that made tho- moonshineArmy and Navy Life 1f1fttHtt ttI ttI tt11t1 tfWhen Saddle Were Unknown rodehorsesas effeminate to ride in a saddle The modern saddle with pommel crupper and stirrups was Unknown to the ancients Nero gave out fancy cover- Ings to his cavalry and the bareback riders of the German forests used to laugh at them Saddles with trees came Into use In the fourth century stirrups1 three centuries later