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I f 1 J L t i I i IiZ II PtiU UIj I d DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS S OF WASHINGTON COUNTY a i1 ji VOLUME IIIb J SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY I OCTOBER 2190t j ii NUMBER 43 i i MGBR AND i JOHNSON f dcress Springfield lit V dience Last Tfhir Jiv day Night tJudginee fo governor arid Hon Ben Jbhn son keat the Court HouseMn Spring 4 fieldla Thursday night A wellfilled house g reeted ihe speaker and give close attention to the speeches throughout V Mr Johnson spoke first and cbnfined his tlk principally to refuting state ments leing made by Republican cam paign oators to the effect that several measures were introduced in the last legislature by the Democrats which were no for the besflnterests of the State li every instance in which these charges are made Mr Johnson showed Iby the records that a majority of the Republic an members in both branches of the legislature voted for temeas RepimIi2IIn law was cited by Mr Thedttax example of the attempt lof blican speakers to make t capitaloitof what they term party measures J7He had the vote in both iouses othe General Assembly on this measure In the house twentythree Republicinsvotedfcon it thirteen for It and ten against it and in the Senate of the si Republicans voting only one voted against it William H Cox a Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor then a S natbr and Alvin S 4 Bennett Secretary otlthe Republican Campaig i Committee also a Senator Voted foi the dog law Mr J 0 nsot spoke in n ifharacter isticstyl driving hisp inf hishear rs His arguments were ir refutabld and the rapt attention given by his aidience showed its apprecia t tion of h s talk He was complimented on the fc rceful and logical manner in- hihh presented the facts in his 4til and his convincing arguments furnished fcod for- 4thought to his listeners Judge Hager devoted much of his 4time to showing the progress made in theStatc diirng the past seven years under Democratic rule He showed how the State had been rid of its large Tx nde3 indebtedness il magnificent States Cajpitol erected the charitable and penal institutions properly cared for and pit on a sounder basis and various other important changes and improvements looking to the wel fare or the State leaving a large sur plus in the treasury and that too Tvi hout increasing the tax burden one cent The Democrats he said had shown their interest in the welfart of the Confederate veterans a tfio t I substantial way and pointed to the Home at eewee Valley Judge Hager lacked none of his usual vim and his speech was enthusiastically received He expressid appreciation of the sup port fie was sure Washington county we uld give himin his face Seyeral ladies were present and enjoyed the speeches of Judge Hager and Mr Johnson MOORESVILLE We thi kthe tobacco crop will sure ly get ir thiS week or else Jack Frost willget it We attended the sale at MiR A Thompsons Everything brought good prices l Miss L zzie Quiver ot Springfield and Mrs GeorgiaLudwick of Wood lawn visi ed Mr and Mrs John Olliver f the first of Che week School election next Saturday There will be three trust es elected in Dis trict No do Dr J N Sheh an is attending the Jamestown Exposition this weeky The 1e Ith of our community is fair ly good at this time Miss Dessfe of Greenbrier spent last Sunday with her parents here Corn cu ting and wheat sowing will interest th j farmers this week AI MrT 13 Sweeney hopes to be able Aro grind com r at his mill at this place L Saturday 7ivewerrsprtY to hear of the death rs a re which oecifr- reH I t Tuesday of last veek She left seyeral reJat Shd hostoffriendgandt day rnMt Zion Mru Jerry Hcjoper who served three years in the ta ng army is at home wIth hcs parents Mr arid Mrs Elijah QoPfrbutt ks of rejoining alan Misses Annie and Fannie Rhodes 9 f Wqodjawn spent last Saturday ev en ng yith Miss Nncye Ellis of this plaet j Wejiare needing rain very much at time j Mr4 VilE Sw eney of WOOd la n passe through Kere last Saturday en- routeto Chaplin After a visit of thirty days n ng- friendha21d relat ves Mr Ham Sweeny a retu ned to theIr hone at Monmputh Illinois lasfc Mondav Hark Shehan s old a 5yearold hprse to Thok Reed tor 150 RE4RN FOM MOSPECTING TOUR t v Party pf Four Back fromWes tern TripJe Pettus Expe rience Messrs W P L iwrencc Chas Logs don A S May s and Joe P ttqSIwho letSpringfield two weeks prospecting tour o f the West have re turned home T visited several jIStates while gone and saw some fine ecountry in their tr jvels and were much pleased with their tip Mr Lawrence said disapIpoirjted witho3om portions of Okla homa they were much pleased with the territory altogether atdspecia1ly that past contingert to Oklahoma City hichvas as fine ountry as they had lever sen The tip was not without its amusing i incident and Mes isrs Lawrence and Logsdortare relaiii oneOtl Mr Pet tus wriich happene early on the tripi The train had stop ed at a small station nf Arkansas to ve the passengers time foij lunch and Mr Pettus had got ten interested in a pie to the extent that hedidnt hcjar the conductors allabord4aid when his face and the pie Had parted company he found that thel train had one He then discovered fpr the first tle that hej was is coatless hat ess nd friendless his friends wearingIapparel dep rted with the train fiftyITO was due forsverJ1ic s Then his troub les began A show had recently been to town and the i a ives thought he1 was the part that got loose He suc ceeded in per Uadin r the telegraph Operator to let i tn ge t close enough to give him a m sag Then the wires gotbusy with the r suIt that Mr Pet tus and his fri nds like the romance in the booke 411 pily and forever more reunited fter a long heartrending and painf i sep ration They say th taft sr that it was im possible touget Mrettus in the rear coaches for fer th train might et- uncoupl ian rtha eyery time the conductor called iall aboard he pinched hirrisel t to s e if he was there DEAT1I OF jbflN NALLY I W 1I Known Citizen Succumbs 1 to Consumption Yesterday Mr John t Niilly died Tuesday m rningat his iome two and onehal miles from Spr ngfie d near St Rose churchco sum ton aged about sixtyfiye years Mr Nally w istvice married the first timetoMi s LiszielBickett To this union we bo rn our children three 6f whom are now living Eis second marriage wiis to Miss Kate McCulloni who urviyes him Mr Nally was an exFederal soldier and was ahhoneU upright citizen The funeral tojik place this morning from the St Rose church the de ceasedhaving be n a consistent mem ber of that churai for many years b ofIf REGISTRATION YESTERDAY Number of Voters Reg jstering In Springfield Precinctsri Yesterday was registration Jay m Springfield and about an average vote was polled in the three precincts Th- euiberofn voters registering in recinctandp their party affiliations as recorded on the registration bboks are as followsI PRECINCTrJ 49RepublicansIndependerits L 24 fTotalflvPREC NCT NQ9 I tfiiSiMIRepublicans Independentsi 5 Total 42 PRECINC r NO 10 36RepublicansIndependents CriJi l 1C t St Total 7 169 V107TotalTotal number Independents 39 Grand total J 273 rIntE red for pfohibitior It NO MINISTER HIGH NoR LOW s Could Be Found To Consummate Happy CourtshipWere Outs f Of Town tiakii Aii The little god Cupid encou terLproposition this morning he looking tor when two young lovers who had come to tovn to have consum mated the pretty romance he had tri umphantly planned found that there was a missing Jink to the accomplish ment of their hearts desire No minister could be found Search in every nook and corner unavailed Not one was in town and the oung couple thoroughly satisfied that the course of true love isla little rough at times decided after several hours of waiting to try their luck elsewhere than Springfield The lovers were G W Hardin ant Miss Mary Miller well known young people of the county TWO VICTIMS V OFHAY BALER Ecky Webb and Kent McPherson Each Suffer a Broken Leg ItT Similar Accidents H t A coincidence in two serious accidents in whjch Messrs Alex Webb and Kent McPherson of this city were the unfortunate victims occurred last weekIn both instances the injuries were the result of getting entangled in the harness a hay baler Mr Webb was at work Thursday af ternoon baling hay when his right leg was caught in the machinery and broken between the knee and ankle UnFriday afternoon while Mr Me Phersoi was at work with a baler his right leg was caught in the machinery in identically the same manner and was broken in the same place as Mr Webb The broken limbs were reduced by5 Dr RoBards and are healing nicely PLEASANT HILL Tobacco cutting is the order of the thiS1commr g c Johnson one cow and calf iprice 43 Miss Bertha Gregory of Ashbrook h s IMrspected citizen of the Antioch community departed this life Wednesday September 25 He was a member ot the Rock Bridge Baptist church and his remains were interred in that ceme tery Hefleaves a wile and seven chil Iren to mourn his death Wm Durr sold to Isaac Durra nice calffor1150 I Messrs East s Holiday and Jerome Brown were in this community Friday last Erastus Holiday bought a nice steer of J M Royalty at 4 cents The protracted meeting which has been going on at Mt Freedom closed Sunday with several additions Rey Jones of Burgin assisted the pastor Rev Mason L M Royalty and daughter visited relatives in Anderson Sunday last Miss Amy Goff of Pulliam has gone to Louisville to undergo ah operation or an abscess of the head But very ttle hope is entertajned for her recovery SPRINGFIELD LOSES TWO FAMILIES Pr J B RoBards Leaves first of Year and W E Leachman October 15 l The people of Springfield will learn with regret that two of their most prominent families will remoye their residence from among us in the near future The two who have found green pastures elsewhere and have decided to locate in other localities are Dr J a IMriture business in this city for many years and whpse establishment was burned in the Main street fire last spring1will move to Louisville with bisI wife on the 15th of this mouth Mr Leachman has accepted a lucrative position with the Jas Green Furniture Co of thatcity The people of Springfield had hoped that Mr Leachman would decide to remain here apd the n cewsinterest to locate elsewhere will be 11 disappointment ag he and his wife ate popular with the people of this city Dr RoBards has decided to locate in Mercer county and advertises his real estate and personal property at public sale in this issue of The Sun He will not leave Springfield however until the first of the year The doctors an nounqement of his decision to locate elsewhere will be received with theI profoundest regret as he is both professionally and as a citizen with the people of Washington county and he and his estimable wife will be sadly missed by the people generally 9LD BRINDLE IIS IN POLITICS s Five Precincts In County Will Vote On Stock Law at the November Election Old Brindle is in politics Th old family cow must subject herself to a vote of the citizens in five precincts of the county at the November election pUb1Iicher cud in her own barn lot Old Brindle is not made the sole object of the proposed stock law as his hogship the porker has rooted his way in while the sweetscented Billy Butin sky hjp butted into the game making itafrforal1 The 4e precincts in which a call for election ias teen made to Vote on the stock law as advertised in The Sun are as follows Willisburg No3Sprincrfiefd No 8 MackviIIeQNo6 Kelly Shop No 11 Mooresville No 2 The election is to determine whether or not stock shall be permitted jto run a t large on the public highways in said precincts bEVIS RETURNED To Pastoral Care of Methodist ChurchNew Presiding Elder The annpuncememVof the return of the Rev G W Lyon to the pastorate of the Methodist church in this city fortanother year was received by the peo pie generally with much pleasure and especially was it gnod news to his par ishioners Rev Lyon will preach his first set mon for this Conference year at the Methodist church next Sunday morning He will conduct services in the event ing also The Louisville COnference was in nnualsession at Columbia last week Reports from the various committees and churches showed that the progress made by the churches composing the Conference during the past year waS the greatest in its history A t dhisShelley being assigned to the pastoral care of the church at Morganfield the Rev A P Lyon who has been pastor of the Lebanon church for the past four years succeeding him as Presiding Elder NARROW ESCAPEt IN RUNAWAY Dr W F Trusty Thrown From Surrey and Painfully Bruised Saturday Night It Dr W F Trusty of this city is congratulating himself this week that he is a live dentist instead of a cemetery subject as the result ot a narrow escape from death man accident Sat urday night Dr Trusty was on his way to New Hope where his wife and children were visiting and was driving two horses at t ched to a surrey At the railroad ing at Chicago one of the horses became frightened and lunged forward pitching the vehicle upon an emban ment An irom rod attached to the top of the surrey struck the doctor a severe blow in the temple and the next thing he remembered he was being draggedon the ground still retaining his grip on the lines Several men witnessing the acci den ran to his assistance and the horses wer stopped The doctor sustained several bruises about the body also though he was able to board the train and resume his journey o New Hope Liandbetore the homeward journey could be tmadeMclNTIRE v DriMyj1elm ot St Louis Mo Miss Winnie Mackin of njear Lebanon was the pleasant guest of the Misses Mclntire Sunday and Monday last Mr Lee Smith wife and children of VForegtview spent one day last week with Dick Keene and family Miss Alice Blanford has tetu ned- trom a pleasant visit to friends in Marion county Mr Martin Carrico of Bardstown accompanied by his cousin spent a few days with relatives and friends here last week Master Leo Nally son of Sam Nally who underwent an operation for lung trouble in Louisville has returned home much improved Mr E G Mclntire who has been a1egladwriting to the wife of Mr 1Jto Tom and Rob Wheatly price paid 6000 Mr Anderson has removed his family to Springfield Robert Henry and Clement Vise Tom Cambron and wife who accom panied their brothers remains here for urial have returne3to their homes in IlL V Dr Wright bought of Frank Nally and bid Johnson two mare mules i rtwhich he paid 110 each y Hurst Of Bardstown bought of R A Mclntire and Johnny Medley their mules price unknown Vv Mr Al Smith and wife visited frienQY here last week VV Mrs Edd Wheatly was called here this week by the serious illness of her brother Mr John Nallv Miss Mary Rose B ckm nof Bards own spent last Sunday with her sis er Mrs Ben Cecil Mrs T E Ballard visited friends afe Fredericktown one day last week RAGINC AT THE FAIR GROUNDSt H I Fine Horses Will Inter FreFor4 AlkRace In This City Satur f day October 12 Thefrair grounds in this citY will + thefscene of an interesting and i ing freeforall trotting race on Satur4 j ay October 12 when some of the best trotting blood of Washington and adi joining counties will contend for a handsome purse which will be awarded the winner The race willstart at 130 in the aff ternoon and will consist of three best V five heats Of the Washington court 1 y entries in the race will be Dr J B Robard St Rose and Mr Leonard Bakers Black Jack These two horses d have just returned from the Fair cir uiand have been eminently success ful in capturing a big share of the purses They are winning campaigners and with the excellent stock from otbr counties that will be entered against them there will be the best bunch of trotters that has come under the wgrcy at a county fair in many a day Tlie rape will unquestionably draw a big crowd to the fair grounds t a JV freeforall race will bp pulled off at Lebanon Friday Oct 4 In which horses belonging to Dr RoBards and Mr Baker will be entered and it is- expEcted that lovers of horse racing will attend in large numbers t BEEVES HIGH AND HARD TO BILlY L Steak May Yet Become a Dish Of Luxury Th6followers of Epicurus will have to either fork down mor money or fork up less meat if they want to maintain equitable relations between their pocket books and stomachs while x the man who possesses more beeyes than appetite can pose as a man of means are the signs of the times just now Butchers are not finding it Ian easy matter to buy beeves even at he neat advance in price for market o cattle Local butchers say the scarcity of the choice quality is as great as they have ever experiencedl J SUIt PURSE AND FIGURE T Do American Beauty Corsets Demonstration at Robert sonClaybrooke Cos Store This Week I Iterestings this week the demonstration of the American Beauty Corset and the interest teeing I manifested by thp ladies shbws their appreciation of the efforts of this en 1custThe services of Miss Harrison an ex pert corsetiere representing the Kala mazoo Corset Co of KalamaaooMich r have been engaged for the demonatra tipn and the ladies should noloe this opportunity to gain thebenfit of her expert knowledge m f t 2 t c ry 4 I I s = 2 TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1907 f mt a1rnIilIIa List OfFarmsFOR SAilliE f H t f LSMItIzi g odbarn y fenced Price4 2000I NoQ3 Farm 100 acres good 34 mile from Lebanon on Jand1 pike all good fenced and wktered1 Price 50 per acre JNo 204 Farm 166 acres situated 5 i north of Springfield good dwell jhp and barns mostly in grass price 50 pet acre It Woo 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 west of Springfield good dwell in and barn good corn and tobacco land all ItesyeH Price 16 per acre 206 187acre farm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling house 2 barns well fenced and watered Price c 31700 207 52acre farm located milesI I southwest of Good outbuildingsImpoyements rebair Pricje 5000 1dpcultivation and lies well Price eO per acre 208 100 acre farm 3i miles from Springfield small dwelling house and d barn wire fenced and mostly fot ss Price 2000V inj 2 9300 acre farm near WiJIi bur JCy Good 5room dwelling barn all lies well Mostly ift grass Price 40 per acre 210 108 acre 1 farm located miles west of Good house and barn wellencdandwatercl Near railway statibn PrICe 3 500 212 100 acre famr located 7 miles xrqm Sprintfield G od small house and barn Spacrts in bluegrass Price l cnn1 t INS RlRCE AND REAL AQENTS SPRINGfIELD KY If 4 Jl lI-c l fou 1 he1 I Tle LaRue County Herald tells fa t ride through the clouds taken Unintentionally by a negro of that place t ajt the LaRue County fair recently The negro was assisting with the work of starting the aeronaut on his journey to the realms above when in some man ger ust as the balloon sailed away e A Became entangled in the ropes He qoulq not extricate himself and wi th his lead downward he made the trip Says the Herald b4lloonitHelping him inflate his balloon Wh n it was ready fQr the ascent he iiook d his to the balloon t a trailing on the g s a negro boy P v helping him and whowas standing oIc the rpptS when it begun its upwarl flighii got his foot entangled in one o h1muswas no way Of excusing himself I was very apparent too that he mus g0 ip foqtforemost as his feet wer ri tached tthe balloon and his heai was a not His thinkingapparatus wa worksd over time for half a secon ande made a grab with his hands t the ropes higher up He grabbed on- o tijern just in the nick of time jus as th balloon with the aeronaut on the 1jebrs began its graceful ascent v Artist could not paint nor words de Lebarioji Enterprise Metre Wilhoit ijaged fourteen years probably the larfr pst IDll of her age in the world was the h guest of friends in this city the first f the week Her father and riiofher Mr and Mrs E Wilhoit accompanied her Mr Wilhoit was for a riur fiber of years a bridge carpenter in thkseryice of the Louisville and Tashille Railroad and made his home m th s city About years ago with is family he moved to Louisville and since that time has been keeping a boarding house in that city At the I time of their removal from Lebanon Metre then a girl of eleven weighed 275 unds A few evenings ago she weigh d In this city in the presence of a niimber of friends and tipped the beam at exactly 425 pounas where she goes she attracts attenttol1 yet shis not at all sensitive and cares little for the stares of the curIous as she walks through the streets lAb ut one half the past summer 1 wasenaged at the White City in Lou isviIle she said where I posed as the- largest little girl in the world We have 4alsp made several of the fairs in Ken Indiana since we left Leba unt k frothtownqood improvements of every kind fine woodland round dwelling Price 40 per acre fromSmgfieldall lies ivelli Price 65 per acre 215 103 ere farm located 9 miles iotheast o Springfield 35 acres of tobdcco Ian two barns 30 per acreF218 2i0rcre farm n ar Macl mdstlyincreekbottomhouse and rood tobacco barn Price 45peracreJ s 220 100acre farm located 8 miles eat of Spi ingfield Small house and go9dbarn rice 2GOi 221 191a ire farm located miles goodjinprovemen goodimprovemen50petacr 223 130a re farm 6 miles west of Springfield all good land good dwelling 1ouse anc barns 60 per acre 24100g re farm located near Macfcyille Ijy Good dwelling two barns Price 83000 5I40arefarm located 04 J miles from Spring eld All good land lying well Good liduse and barn and well fen drlc 45 per ac J 226 350a re farm located Smiles southi of Sp ingfield Good im1 rove nieritsof eve y kind Prlie right 227 200acre farm 3 miles from barnapdallwell4is undogood fence and is in the goodp1aceadisa MCELROY WHARTON ESTATE = egosPe Ride l Through t Clouds IPtjfrppes rounI J three p 6 scribe Squirej feelings as he started on his sudden and unexpected upward journey unsought and unbidden iHe had the presence of mind to hang on to what h had nd the aeronaut cheered hImuplbyJ ging to stand still and hold on tight y and that everything would i 6 well ora safe landing The aeronaut was aware that Squire was hugging his nfqld d parachute and openIwas painfully aware that the rope to wj lich they were both sus pended has a carrying capacity of only 250 pounJs while their combined weightwas mo ethantnat But what was to be die H5 could only take hischaftces with Squire The balloon went gp andup until they were bu t tiny specks in the sky not ishigh h wevec as it would have gone with onj passenger but mpci higher than Sq tire wanted to go Finally the halloon took a downward groundI on ps was an thanksgiving to him one that he will never forget j The aeronautsaid that while up in he clouds he could dis tinctfy hear Suuire praying fervently and eloquently The remainder of the time during the fair Sf1ireco d be found at the oppo site h grounds from the bal loon park l1ARGESTGL XII I 1NHE1VORLDI t non While 1 am considerably heavier than when I lVedlu Lebanon my lealthvis undoubtedly much better Pormerly it w is with difficulty that t ould breathe and get about but now troubleias to tell me that I tea much as tjhree people I but riot now jiTet as you see I have little trouble retaining my healthy StatefairThe Wilhoits tame to Lebanon from Springfield Sun y morning and owinjcr to the childs av irdupois it was neces sary to secure the stage for the trip Just as she placi d her foot on the step to enter the v jliicle the cast iron attachment snapped as if made of pasteboard Mr Wil oit the girls father is middle a ed a id weighs 135 rounds while hermothej weighs probably 175 Other tQanjMe i thejre are three children A of 13 whose weight is pot n ore than 70 pounds a girl of llwho isjof average size and a child only a few years bId They left Wednesday for Falrhouth to fill a thj fair atthat place eflt l i I TO BE BLINDED 1i Eyes of Goddards Vicious Bull Will Be Put Out Harrodsburg Herald Last Monday morning Squire Reb Goddards vicious thepersonell It Appears that the animal in mak ing explorations and looking for new worlds to conquer got on to the premises of a resident of Highland Addition Only the women folks were thom jit the time and they called on Mr Russ ellI wno happened to be passing to re lieve them of the presence of their for RussellIIunceremoniously to mop up the earth tQinghadnota grip in the bulls nostrils and like the fellow who hugged the bear soon want ed somebody to help him let loose but still held ojvlike grim death w ilpthe bull running tender foremost antbel lowinccontinued the mopping qpera tion while Price Board pelted him with reachIofahand and dealt the bull several bows in the eye when the beast thorouhlGhimiliated in ng ia mighty lurch shook off his assailant runAlyIUnshttlelooked as if he had been draggedover rThraJnseveral assaults and general misbehav ior toward unsuspecting persons was recently dehorne in consequence but it appearing tttathe is still too vicious for the safety of his owner and of the community and being too valuable an animal to be killed S uireGoddardwill LtsviIltreat his eyes witih preparation that without causing the animal to suffer pam iii41HARDESTY 0 f Mr Russell Hardesty gpent Sunday with his aunt Mrs W H Yiancy of Midway Mrs Mattie Bi hop and Miss Mattie Lee Strange have returned to their P1endmgs Ollie spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrst JohnHardesty Misses Lydia Virgin Bessie Drury oatleyvisitedatMrs Mattie King and daughter of slhere1weekcey H Mrs J H Gray and daughter Miss Ollie were among those who attended the surprise birthday Celebration of Mrs Thos Virgins hnightsof Columbus Council Lebanon Enterprise J4 Council of the Knights of Columbus one of the foremost organizations in Catholic cir des will be installed in this city some ifOtoierover of Paducah The council will start off with about forty charter members who belong to the Louisville c ur cil As soon as the local council re eives its charter it will organize and elect officers On the same day that the installation ceremonies take place a class of 51 will receive the degree of Knighthood The conferring of the degrees will be followed by a banquet given in honor of the neW members and the visiting Knights many of whom will be pres entfrom all over the State Lebanon council will begin under most auspicious prospdcts and expects to rank among the largest councils in the State It will occupy the quarters on the third floor of the building at the corner ot Main and Market streets which was the home of Marion Com mandery for many years t Pneumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my rightlung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown T nnhthat I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction consumption seemed inevitable until my husband KingsNewproved to be the only REAL cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fail agamstlung yHaydonand 100 Trial bottle free CGOOOOOCX5OOCX3OOOOOOOOOOOOO The SUN ONE DOLLAR A YEA- RooopoooooooooooGoooc O- t TATHAM SPRINGS The protracted meeting at this place closed Sunday with fifteen additions arid ode restoration Our pastor was isIfully the old old story of the dross Mr Oscar Shirley was in Chaplin S IiMissesspent ast week at this place Mr Henry Wells was in Springfield Sunday r Mrs W R Wells of Frankfort has been visiting here r The hotel at this place has closed frthepresent season Mr Ivan Keeling was at Mt Zion Sunday evening Misses May Coliilt arid Hester Noel visited here last week Miss Maudie Royalty has returned from a Weeks visit to Harrodsburg Mr M B8 Wells was in Frankfort apart of last week Mr Thomas lcM lan and sister Miss Della were here Sunday v Mrs Joe Carey and daughter Miss Maude and sons Ray find Walter oJr Louisville are visiting relatives hire BATTLE w Miss Willie Ruby visited her uncle eorge Young Monday and Duesthy Several fronvthis community are arl ngii to go to Illinois this fall1 mong them are Messrs John RutherJ Frye Hooper and Robert SheltSri iMrDerringer for saoo and Mr Hooner soldhis to Arch Hooper and George Young pride unknown Alb rt Williams sale was well at fairIprice Mrs James Divine happened to a very painful accident a few days agoI She yas returning from her daughters near Mac vil1e and was standing at a gate when a muleran over her break ing her hip She is doinj nicely and it is hoped she will be out itt afew weeks Land and stock are high in this community but there are lots of blooming widowers around Our little town of Battle fs improv ng We have two stores a black smith shop stock scales church and school house Miss Nannie Hilton visited her parents near Mackville W B Edwards has been in our community surveying land G W Young bought of J F Hoori some land for 35 per Iacre1 John L Lambert bought of Hansford Moore a small farm Price 5650 John Warner and John Gabbart via ted John Taylor Monday night fti The prayer meeting at S J Roberts waswell attended Bro HL OJmr stead was present and delivered a V ryII interesting talk Bro Olmstead ha held several protracted meetings in our youngmaning Friday for his home to Spend aI few days and then he will enter school Amongthose who attended the State Fair from our community were MrsI M H Perkins Mr and Mrs Burns Miss Willa Hendren Johnnie Cary and Will Moore Rev Simms preachedto a very large audience Sunday Farmers are very busy cutting to bacco Mr nee Baker sold a mare and mule county court day for 215 An Obliging Waiter He was a stranger In town TheI clerk of the hotel bud neglected to cull him until twenty minutes after the reo quoHtcl Jiur und as a consequence he bud but a tsliort time for breakfast be- liefore must leave for his train Going Into tlicdining room be waiv ed the formality of having the chair leisurely pushed under him by the head waiter and accosting one of the dusky servers he coiumundud hurriedly Go to the kitchen and get nie a breakfast five dishes of anything that Is readyrand get It quick As the order was accompanied bra inedium steed piece of silver the way faring than hud reason to expect u fairly gorjd meal And usto speed of delivery he was not disappointed In an incredibly short time the negro reappeared bear ing alpft a trn on which sat five dishes reinarkable only for thoir simi larity of jslze and shape When the tray was lowered sufllciontly to bring the contepts of the dishes lntQ focus the traveler saw his breakfast five dishes ot steaming oatmeal accompa nied by five miniature pitchers of cream The negro beamed with satisfaction at the rapidity with which he hid exe cuted the order The traveler Imrrlejd ly ate one dish of the oatmeal and as he left the dining room the waiter was heard to remark Wondah wot datman say he want five dishes foah Chi ago Record Herald The Price of Health c The pric of health ma malarious district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Sl yton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and im part nev lite and vigor to t1e system HaydonrJ J j I Lakes Overflowers o64 124Tacred 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike5 room frame welling new 6acre tobacco barn oldstock barn2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of ftuit 50 acres PlentyofNoi6517oacres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobaccobarn with metal locusts75icresacresINo 66156 acres Similes from Springfield i mile from pike 4 itom dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tim PriceS2UNq 67 200 acres 7 miles from Spi ingfield on good pike 6 stokbarn75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price35 per acre cceUfercedPrice 60 per acre plentjoftimberLNoClJ70144 J acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco bam 50 acres sometimbert No 71 118 res5 miles from Springfield 6 room dwelling in corncribland good fence Price 3500 per acre No 7380 acres 4 room dwelling in good repair small stock tobaccolandNo 74425 acres oh good pike 1 mile from school close to stockbarn1n grass fine orcharda bargai i at 2250 per acre v No 75277k acres in mile or Springfield on pike 2 new to i waterOne I No 76l14 acres 6 miles rom Lebanon on good pike gOQd 6 30acres i omSpringfieldgrass prIce 750 No 7941 acres 4A miles from Springfield dn good pike 6 room allkinds 5tre good barn some good timber plentyofNo 81160 acres 5 miles frpm Lebanon 5 miles from Springfield on good pike 9 room dwell ng in excellent repair good ten ant house 3 stock barns l one 40x60 feet plenty of grass fine to goodfence J milesfromplentyofifine tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre Nos37167facres 7milesfrom Springfield 1 mile from good road 3 room dwelling in good repair barn holds 4 acres of tobacco75 acres of good grass Pfvnprps of good tobacco land plenty ot locusts good fence plenty of water Price 2000 No 84101 acres good 7 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco 6arn lon No 8556 acres 4 room dwelling small stable meat house bottomlandfrom good pike Price 22 per acre NoS77 acres 3 mils from Springfield i mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair gOod barn plenty of water good fence Price 30 per acre No 8S114 acres 1roile from Mackii1Je miletr m pike S room dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 acres of fine tobacco laud good tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre No 89202 acres 2 miles North of Springfield 10 acre tobacco barn 7 room dwelling plenty of water all the year around plenty tobaccofarmsNo 0260 acres 8 miles from Springfield 9 room brick dwelling in good repair farm well fenced 2 good barns will house 12 acres of tobacco 80 acres of firstbottom rest second bottom oneTf t thefarmpike 2 miles from depot Price 50 per acre B D LAKE Springfield Real Estate Ky Agent 11 r H J rz il I EI 1HE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL s ON EARTH Tlie best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortesttime besbposthonsCLARKSapd most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand andp graduatesSchoolGet full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev Granville W Lyon ot write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky iiuiuia iir iiiip THE SUN AND v Bothp peralyr Bryans Commoner1175 15QWeeklyNashville American 150 Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Democrat ft 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm il25 American Agriculturist 175 Epitomist150American Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and FiresideL35Fa-rm Field and Fireside 1T5 Reviev ofReviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 rs Magazine 400 Ledger 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv South 150 THE SUN 1 THE DAILY Kentucky State JournalIncorporated Published at the Capital of The State Presslispatchesof Apealsration and all the local news 5 SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE- V P WALTON Frankfort Ky The Sun ind Daily entucky State Jour SAI ili both one year 1 3 I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1907 j + 3 IL THE STRAIN OFT 1 mm ENORMOUS I VEALTH I H is Wrecked the Heart of ohnD Rocke lt7 feller Jrfle May Retire IiiJYork September 30John D Rockefeller T Jr 34 years old and the wealthiest man in the world of his age has succumbed to overwork and is now f bordering on complete breakdown from nervous dyspepsia such as forced the retirement of the older Rockefeller a dozen years ago and cbmpelled the lat tr to be content with a breada dwa j J erdiet The fact of young Mr Rockefellers c ndition became known simultaneously vUh the public announcement that he foutd no longer be the leader of theI Young Mens Bible Class of the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church WhICh was 1 irtade famous by the magic of the Rockefeller name The young million aire admits his frail health in the letter of resignation Sent to the Bible class In part he says This seems a fitting time for your leader to step aside from the position which he has so long an q 1akeway for some other men better fitted for the work than net and capf able of giving to it the largest amount of time which it requires land which he has for some time beeroinable to 4 give JBis breakdown of three years a jo and the suggestion of a recurrence of the difficulty together with the in C easing demands made upon him in various lines has impelled him alt ouiTh most reluctantly to this ac ton STRAIN WAS TOO GREAT The letter of resignation was long cayering several typewritten p arid was address d bat J M gesI I resident of the Bible class Always an indefatigable worker John D Rockefeller Jr like his fath er some years ago has been disposed to ignore his physical welfare in favor cf his ideals The strain of qeaseless i adustry in connection with some of the I iipst extensive financial enterprises in xisteehowever Jias not made an xception of him In the financial district where Mr tockefeller is nominally known as his athers successor experts have said hat he can contro something like a thousand million dollars a sum in the course of a few years will n turJ s silly increase tan extent unheard of m the history of the other great fOr unes of the world With the money that he has at his ommand it would be possible for John rheatnterhational war to an end He couldI 3uy and close the greatest banks in IS NEVER WARM t i j1dRoaring Log Fire With Windows Closed in Hot i1 h test Weather V 1 Danville Ky September 23 Mrs Qumiillt Earles is said to be thetmost remarkable woman hi the United States She lives in a house erected one hundred years ago inthe Rogers church locality south of this city in- Casey tounty4 tShe was born in the house in which she lives Heat affects her just the same scold and in the1 swelt rigdays she sits beside a roar ing olqfashioned log fire With doors aniwiqdowfi closed She suffers just as much with cold on the hottest July and August days as she does during the bleak zero days of Dacember and Jan t uary When she take a trip to a neighbors house or to the cdunty seat she wrapS up her ears and head wear overshoes and heavy cloak re1 Earles has throughout her life been so constituted and does not know what it is to be affected by heat Her mind is Sear and she remembers 1distinctiy 1 happenings of more than threequar trs of a centuxjago arid is an enter taming talk rMrt Earles is a de ot ed member of theRogers church bufe ljas never agreed with them f1elsun raising the windows and allowing the doors to stand open in summer time ifowfever during recent years she has become reconciled with a couple of foot warmers and a heavy cloak and head wrap which she wears during the ser vie She sleeps under two blankets and three comforts and keeps a big fire gpihgr all night in her little low ceiimg roomS this Country t rebycaUSlIig a panic the result f which is riot possible to conceive T knowledge of suhover viththIaturallooks uponj life is Delieyed to be re sponsible is much as anything else iqr the fail ig health af the young mil lionaire rl IlD RiESPONSIBILITIES from his individual fortune he iSa directd in the United States Steel Corporation a member of the6 Board of Managers c f the 1ele are Lackawan na and V estern Railroad and as a di rector besi des a Director of the Missouri Pacifij Railroad a director of theI American I inseed Company a Director of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company Pre ident of the Postal and Newspaper Tube Company a trustee of the Uriversity of Chicago and a Director 1the Federal Mining and Smelting Company At the S andard Oil Buiding No 26 Broadway ife was learned that Mr Rockefeller has of late frequently broken the rule to which he conformed his busine s habits by getting down toI the office w latp as noon Iii fact many daY haveS passed when he did not appea at all but would telephone for his secretary to come to his residence or to Tarry town where he spent the greater part of the summer He was opt at is office at all today It Was also learned that every effort is being niade to Jceep from the public the exact iajcts of young Mr Rockefel lerScond n Among those who knew that ish s 1th has been failing much anxiety has been expressed for if this 6urig nai s health fails completely it otherihanguiding g runs ot the Oil Trust or that John D JRockafeller Sr must of nec essity get ack into harness As muci as the elder Rockefeller prizes i flsgod health and peace of mind tha have been his lot since he laid aside the cares of buginess it is not belie ed by tirose who were heard to discus the situation that he would permit tt e cohtrw getting out brhis immedjate It pointMout that John D Rockefeller Sr not only conceived and fashioned the Standard Oil ship but has navigated safely through rianystQfiris of rebellion at it metho is both public and private He win iiike the sons place if tile lat ters health so demands it is said withan ial nost certainty Marion County Fal ori11iss Bessie Simms former ly of thi s city and daughter of Mr Dallas jSimms of New Orleans and Mr am Taiga of thai city will be nnitedj in marriage October 16 Miss Simms il one of the most popular and best you g ladles everjreared this comm tii f The grooriiielect is a con tractor t hd isa weal thy business man of New prleans and a splendid gentleman r H dan Christie suffered the loss of his en ire crop of wheat and most of his rye ty oriday by fire While threshing the straw took fire from the sparks f ronv the engine and bef orev it was disc avered it was beyond control although there were twelve men at work ab Ut the machine at the time jlhe sep rator jwriich belonged to Char lie Hill plored was also destroyedjby the fire entailing a loss of about 2150 There w is about 150 bushels of wheat ant 140 Bushels of rye on the whole of which Mr Christie had 100 insurance He had jones to Springfield that da take a jot of mules and knew ndthirig of his lq imtifhis return hume tiatevening Last Warning To 1aXpayers Your taxes for 1907 are due ana the penalty will go on November 1 Afjtar that dat taxes can not be paid to me andjii tax warrant will be issued against QU by the county clerk and executedj within ten days thereafter making an additional cost to you at 18 percent JCone Jin before Nov rand save ad dition 1 execution and sale pont fsto matter skip your mind Nv1 S OSBOURN SW C THE SAFEST AND QUIbKST WAY TO j TRANSFER MONEY r I l LONGDlSTANGE TELEPHONE 4 FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE illELEGflAPH GO J 1Jia INCORPORATED L I fL J SSS L A Fortuneifor Advertising i T I Barrett one of the chief proprietors of the Pears soap concern Which hsfpet 15000 000 in adver tising IS in expressing his conviction that advertising is the best kind x f commercial investment it cannot understand how the ques tion can be debated he said WhyI the fact that advertising pays is as clearly demonstrated every day as that the s ririses Select the proper me dium advertisefcintelligently and your fortune is madeIYou must have newideas for the changes of fashion I spent 630000 in advertising in one year and it paid us well Good goods1 good advertising and plenty of it is my advice to ambitious men Lot Child Was With Morpheus LaRue County Herald Considerable excitement was caused on Greensburg street 4ast Monday by the anhounce ment that the little child of Mrthas Williams was lost There is no other alarm soundedthat causes the same degree of interest as when it is told that a child is lost Every one at once imag ines that the child is in eminent danger or has been carried away Friends searched the premises and those of neighbors for an hour or two when finally the little fellow was found snugly curled up in a box in the coal house She had wandered out there and finding a place her tired body laydown and went f6 sleep unconscious of the worry she was giving others How to Cook Asparagus c The ordinary methoHof preparing a bunch for the table is to lay it ou Its side in a pot of water and boil it says the New York Press Most folk cut the binders and allow the stalks to float around in the vessel like derelict logs in a MiIne freshet When served the tips are as mush while the stalks are too html for masticatiOn This is criminal negligence Wrselt is crim- Inal ignorance It takes five years to get fln asparagus bed started anti as the roots are gluttons requiring a vast amount of rich food assiduous care and constant attention a iueal of it is entitled to our highest respect Buy an agate ware or porcelained pot six inch es in di meter and nine inches high Place the bound biiuch of grass therein ont end first having trimmed the bottom even and square If the bunch Is seven inches high pour In water until oily two inches of the tips re man above the surface that lsgivoit fivi inches of water Then let it boil an l boll and boll until the stalks are perfectly tender Pierce them with a fork to find out The tips will in the meantime be cooked by the steam and wi I be firm yet tender when served Tb in you will have a delicious aspara gu each stalk and tip a morsel fit fOr- go sand goddesses The stalk is quite ns tasty as the tip yet b3 the ohjmeth ol of cooking most of the former is too ha d for mastication by anything less po verf ul t mn n rock crusher J Bitten By a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by asp der bite John Washington of Bps qu ville Tex woum have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores hai he not been persuaded to try Buckr leas ArniFa Salye He vrites The fir 3t application Relieved and four boxes healed all the sores Heals every so eo 2ctat iftaydon Robertson dr The Value of Diamonds Uhe vuiiQOC tjhe diamond is at so much per carat and up toa certain Hi nit the vjiltio ier carat incrdases us tl e size of thosneincreases When a carat diamond is quoted lt12G n d amQnd nveiglihig a half a cut is cc untcd at the riVe of 75 per carat tli rcequarter carjat diamdhds ut10P per carat one ajncl one ciu rter carat diamonds at carat1 one and oiTehalf carat diamonds at 150 per ci rat one antI tlireoquartor carat dia uidiids at 1SO per carat anti two cnrn- tIst sues at 200 pert carat Stones wjeigh Jig moiQ than tvo carats sell at about tie same rate as that quoted for two chat tones qn1ilo not increase as Fifplilly ONviug totho more llniitcii demand for the larger sized stones New York Hcraljl t Circus Folks Most Moral Kotv ithstaiulini thy nbseiicepf the artificial safqghards tlrat a convention al society has ordained circus poifonn ers are as a class the most moral folk ou the filCh of the eiirth Aiold circus man exprcssotlthe fact in this way For 200 years thOi6 has not been a domestic scandal nor a divorce among us when both hushancl dud wife wera from recognized circus families In ev cry case where there his beeia Bcau dal eltli lrone or the other has been an outsider Every bo l3s Magazine Dong Business Again v When my friends thought I was about tQ take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervousn ss and general debility writes A A Chis holm Tread well N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters arid I rejoicefto say that they are cur ing me 1 am h9fl doing bysiness again as of old and ain still gaining dajly Best tonic medine un earth Guaran teed b Haydon Robertsondrug gists 50c Ls 15 Drt Wi F TrustYt1 Practical entistISPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalwork atreksonahle All work guaranteed Office over Hayddn dIBxDaLAKE1 Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD SKENTUCK Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendk aylngr in tne world Your ihsnrantesoljcitad HyaitOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HWJRSito lJ 9 a m 8 p rnj Dr Jit Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTU k OFFICE OVER cj YDOS DRUG STORE Office Hours 8 to d ii 1to2PM Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Haydn Robertsons Office phone 115 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPfroN M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone fNQ5 Residence No 38 IiMISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Ij Days 49 rj Night 1091 T SCOTTJMAYES II j 4T1 YArLAW I Springfield Ky Will in the courts of Washington and adjOningcountIesin the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts 1 i CC M CHORD ATtYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Co rta i W- L K CLAYBROOKEr ATTYATLAW r Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of w shinton- and adjoining counties and in the courts offAp- peals W E SELBGMAN r ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will tice in the bourts of Washington and adjoining counties and In court of Apj eals MARSHALL DUNCAN- JSprmgfield J Office in Robertaon Building Will in the Courts of Wash ingtbnand adjQiningcountiesoana I the Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELLr AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky ItyWillable Phone 84 JOHN yMAYES Funeral Director And ILicensed 0mbalmerj SPRINGFIELD f KENTUCKY tBest Attention Every courtgey shownof l Handsome Line of Caskets and lluriai R ties Telephone thy Night 74 CLUBBING RATES WITII LOUlSVlllE DAILIES 11 The Sun and The Louisville Times one vear5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier j Journal except bundayv 6 40 Same includingl S nay 820 The Sun and tHe daily Courier Journal an throe days in the veekL v 3 7G The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 325 The Sun nd the Louisville Evening Post one vear i4liO t iIt SSj istS1ftSlSiSpjuSuSg SiS 11l111 IiiBIEMLAKES 1 BARGAINS IN REAL I ESTATE goodbarn15 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good flwilling good schoolhouseNo 4255 acres three pood harris two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Pride 60 per a4cre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springqeldple ty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwateredonehalf mile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 t I- fNo965acfes nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber one thatwill hold ten acres Jtobacco well fen edSNo 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good Itimber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orchard good Ilarge dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre iSNo 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike or e 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18r174 acres 10 mile from Springfcdld one good six r x m dwelling on good pike from one mile from sc ioolLand church good stock barn Alloutbuirdings 60 acres bo om land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 19r275i acr s76 acres good timber two story nine rxm ockbarnsIsprings fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and smal ice Ihouse carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield d dwell ing two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acreSSeveral other pieces of town property If you want a horn j in Springfield Ive got it at any price Np 231391acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hole 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half nile fromschool some timber fine tobacco land well fenced pI nty of water Prince 35 per acre- No24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike ones 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock bar i 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of hot torn land fence in good repair Price 66 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwel ing good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every fieldall year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 33231 acres in Nelson oh Stoner pike 6 miles from IBardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room b dwelling fine cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay smallibarn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all Irest of farm ini grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands wellSfenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap No 352251acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will Isd as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered 1lentyIof grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling b throomLot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 818pacres six miles from Springfield ongpotf pike Farm in good grass good Six room dwelling barn Well fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 39 102J acres good four room Swelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7J miles from Springfield clgie to school and churchcPrice 30 per acreSNo 40Fifty acr four room dwelling well fenced dandIiwatered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar andcistern Neyer failing spring in yard milkIhouse at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one tenSacre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobac b land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy paymeht No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well Iwatered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres ofpfine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acreiNo 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 No 49A farm containing 254 acres eight miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church arittjschonl Price 3250 per acrec 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 chool two miles from a depot 50 per acre No 51152 hcres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson County Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School i mil sN waSte- land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 53 JA good investment in city property on Main street No 54 TjOwn Lots on Griindy and Covington avenues No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farm situated in one of the best neighborhoods county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacc 75 per acreI Nov 57 163 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133icrs 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 60 330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 141 acre tobacco new two stock barns Orchard plenty fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15000INo 611251 acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres of virgin soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncribs and buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land No 62iSO acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stockSbarn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63iSO acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobaccolarV olenty of water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson counbPrice 50 per acre B Dm Lake Springfield ete Ie f r t 1 I 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1907 r= i n fiiove Season I I t Is at hand and every housekeeper shads be considering ih6 bestItaand most economicafway of heating the house this wthter the Pprice coal soaring higher each day it if important that f- j you select the stove that will give theniost heat with thee least fuel We handle the RADIANT HOME and the 20th CEN Id TURY LAUREL both perfect in construction and ornaments to any home Calf and see our line and get prices ISHULTZ MCELROY i 11A See what Casthlgs TinieIySuggestio YOU need fort hat IOld Stove and Have them Ordered Before Gold Weather 1 ill I I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY t SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor arid Pubjishep t entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the- mais assecondclass matter itT MS OF SUBSCRIPTION iOne Year flOO Six Months 50 Three Months i 25 w t t DEMOCRATIC TICKET For SenatorJ C W Beckham For GovernorS W Hager For Lieutenant Governor South Trim ble For AuditorHenry M Bosworth For Treasurer Laffoon For Secretary of StateHubert lank r vreeI For Superintendent of Public WinfreyFor K Hend For Commissioner rick of Ag eutureJI Newmanr l J B Chenault For Railroad Commissioner C C McChord For State Senator J Rogers Gore r For RepresentativeW C McChqrd CHARGE IS II UNFOUNDED Hager Had Nothing To Do With My Candidacy Says Tyler II LouisvJle Herald Returning good tor evilOwen Tyler declared yester day afternoon that notwithstanding his repudiation by Auditor S W Hag er Democratic candidate for Governor he has the highest personal regard for Mr Hagjjr and will give him his earnest support in his campaign The Dem ocratic candidate for Mayor said that Mr Hi er had nothing to do with his announcement It was said that the State tic et brought Mr ller out but this Mr Hager as faras he is concerned hits disclaimed Mr Tjler said yesterday afternoon iIhive tie highest personal regard for Mr Hagr and I will ert3inly sup port him tn his campaign to the best of my ability What do you tHmk about Mr Hag ers declaration that he had nothing to dp with your announcing as a candicac for the mayoralty Mr Tyler was asked situ1IMr Tyler was reminded of Mr Hag ers Mu ordville speech which was practically a renunciation of Mr Tyler Iand all his works J Well all 1care to say is that Mr Hager dHnt have anything to do with my candidacy as Ihare not seen him tor spoken to him in the last two months jMrTyler replied oaeoeaeaeaaeoeaeaeaQae Q I Personal Notes o tIe a Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks D Personal News e a0 a 800 0 00000900I fMiss Althaire Medley spent several days in Lebanon the first of the week 6Miss Josie Lee has returned from aweeks visitto Mrs E A Kilharet- of Louisville MrsM G Mayes and little son Thorn are visiting relatives in Coving ton Rev P Fi Hennessy was in Leba non Tuesday on mess Misses Sue Sweeney and Ethel Mc Clasky spent Sunday with Miss VioIBrown daughIterK Misses Mary Bell and Louise Mont have returned from a two months Visit to their brother in Meade county Mr Chas Thompson of Louisville visited his brother Mr Willard Thompson of neartown jMisses Sallie McElroy Lydia Dun scanhand Annie MjcChord spent Tuesday in Lebanon Mr Harry Shader spent Sunday at home tpOwensborohere relJMrs W D McElroY ls the guest of friends in Louisville Little Johnnie Green ot Louis ille 3pent Sunday at the home of Mr S Eo Clements Mr and Mrs E T Wigginton of Bloomfield spent Sunday with the lat ters sister Mrs M W Hyatt Mr G E Medley spent Sunday at home LebaInonjHaydpri Mr H M Grundy is in Cincinnati on business this week tMiss Mayme Knott is attending the Horse Show in Louisville Mr Alex Hamilton of Union county and Mr Samuel HalQiltonof Meade county are the guests of their brother Mn Will Hamilton and Mr C H Mc intire positiolLebanon Grocery Co t Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt at tended the Horse Show in Louisville Tuesday Miss May Mulvey who has been nursing Miss Alice Haydon for the past four weeks has returned to her home ih Loiiisville v Mrs Leo Haydon and children are guests of her parents in Bardstown Miss Anna Maratta is visiting rela tivesin Lebanon Miss Nannie Shehan and guest Miss Bessie Tucker spent Tuesday with Miss Javelin Royalty Mrs Mary Mackin of Louisville is the guest of relatives here iMessrs John and Eugene Wiging ton and wives of Spencer county are visiting Mrs Mary J Waters v Miss Kate Mayes is in Cincinnati this week on a combined business and Ipleasufetrip A It I I 4 11 YOUAREINVITEDI I TO ATTEND THE I I Ii American I Beauty t iorsetI DEMONSTRATION AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 756 Kalamazoo Corset Co Malersfr I AT OUR STORE 11 1 SEPT 3Oth to OCT h1 1 shouldI MISS HARRISON Expert Cprsetier representing the Kalimazoo Corset Co will be I dividuality so desired by every woman of refinementjIt will be a pleasure to her to have you call and talk Corset whether I you wish to pu chase or not We will havecin display AMERICAN BEA1ITY CORSETS in a of models to fit any figure an suit any purse Dont forget the date We cordially inyite every one I to come It will be greatly to your interest to attend this demonstrationr We will show many new things in Dress Goods Cloaks Ladies Suits Skirts Peth coats Etc We are carrying a complete stock OB Ladies R adytotear Garments of ev r k ery kind Our Fall and Winter Stock is larger than ever beforel11J The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE Go PORATED INCOR J i T T I IIt iiiMiss Willie Knott is in Lpuiqville this week replenishing her lineof Fall millinery t Messee Curry and Hans ord of Harrddsburg were here last week on business =Mr and MrsLuthrBums spent several in Louisville this week dar Mr Mrs George Clements are emlentSWill elecman is in Nelson county to spend a few days hunting fresh air and taking a Surcease from his labo rious duties Mr and Mrs W K Robes son are in Cincinnati this week Mr f ob prtson having gone there on a busi ness trip it Mr a dMts Joseph Claybrook are in Louisville on businessf Johnl Kelly is Louisville this weekJude and Mrs Selecnian Lucy S elecman are visiting an9liESin Nelson county Miss Jennie Craycroft is recover ing from a protracted illness Miss Alice Haydon who has been critically ill of typhoid fever for several weeks is much improved aiid her many friends trust she will soon be well Entertained In Honor of Louisville Visitor Mrjs R H Shader was hostess to a party given to the young people fof Springfield on last Monday night in honor oi hef visitor Miss Marvin Jeffers of Louisville The guests were de lightiully entertained with unique contests and various ther amuse ments Glovest Gloves Gloves Any kind and every kind from a roc cotton glove to a r buck P J THOMAS Baptists Will Hold Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting will commence at the Baptist church in this city on Monday November 4 The pastor Rev WH Williams will be assisted by the Rey W L Dorgati of Danville who isan exceptionably able m mister TEXAS Born to the wife of F I Purdomv on the 25 a 7pound boy Clay Frank flu Mr Chas Kimberlin has gone to Richmond to secure a position at that placer Mrs Mizouri Goode has returned home after an extended visit torher mother Mrs Elhotte Mr Mug Elliotte had the misfortune to have his house destroyed by fire one day last week It is reported that they did not save anything Mr J A Johnson and wife of Springfield visited Mrs Clay Brady recently I SPRINGFIELDS POPULARI I I Th Bo1iE Alley- i Fb AND POOL TABLES 11i-F tWfLLiQf SATURDAY OCT 5FqR THE SEASON countyffiafand will take part in the Tournament in Cincinnatti about March We have purchased three new Pool Tables and the Lovers qf the sport are invited to call uponus the Building is now being repay d and for business on the above itemed date OCTOBER 5 y ibie Props = SPRINGFIELD KY TTLLTJL- r II c J I t LJ r Iofr f t ilI THB SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 J907 5 i1 HTJIT A r SHOWING OH t cJ Attractive FALL Goods I L tATCUNNINGHAM DUNCAN CO e II opyright 1907 by HartSchaftner f MaVx Dr L M Burton s DENTISTI t teeth Extracted out Pain Withj CROWN WORK A All Dental Work Strictly F lass Springfield j iIr Office in Hnj on Block up stairs Local News Notes I hay all kinds of underwear boughfb fore the advance Sup p1y you selves now before this stock is one Next will be much higher P J THOMAS t NOTICE The ladies of the Spring geld Chri tian church will give a court day dinner to which allare invited the 4th M ndav in October insJ1ril the harmers Dome Insurance Company the only company that pays its tosses in full t N Wells F f General Mnj Junction City Kyi i H Clothing Our policy is to make shortj profits and long friends And now with new fall and winter stocks fresh and full we offer to those who want the BEST in EVERYTHING as well as in value the Finest Readyto Wear Clothing The HART SGHAFFNER MARX SUITS at S18 1025 Arid to Those of Modest Means Our Special Line at 101 They are Cassimeres Scotches and Worsteads single and dou blebreasited neat and fancy patterns and plain blacks Calland see my shoes I have some best values that money couldjobtain 1 Iai1toil Sf Brown is the kind at 4 J THOMAS i LOST Brown bir pup Information will be appreciated CAS ROBERTSON M VA Shirley Co Wi1n burg wantato hirea blacksmith for the in coming year Good liouse furnished FoR RgNT By Ms Laura Wstlacres of torn ground nearSt Rose Apply to wt F Grigiiby Springfield V FOR SALE One Daerin Hay rChyester good as nev T t JK WALLS Springfield Ky R R D No 2 We still pay yoiicasli for chickens and egg Let us hi ve them We are n in the trust Campbells Notice is hereby iven that the 5per Icpritr penalty has ben added to all un school tax far 17 which mustbe paid infeiXty days from this date or a tax warrant will bj issued and placed in the hands of th sheriff for collection G C VVlIARTONj = CCYj t tM + T Stunning Millinery For the Fall Season + We liave an elaborate display 0f i linelrfor the Fa I trade and are anxious for the ladles tO come in and se your fashionable lieadwear fEverything in Readytowear Lo iand Pattern Hats on sPI aY = Jhe creatiors shown by us this season ire indivi lual and ex clu the many new models will receive the praii e of all W ladles tfleSW Every Day A n Opening Day With Us- it Our present quarters are so crowded fir We have decided to not hold a formalLvpcnirigo our millin t e this season but our stock is now ready for inspec ion and we Lb inv ite the ladies to call and see the Tnghclass n illine y we haye J hatslw Mrs Willi nJs 4 Springfield Ky- i S t + + itj w i k Novelties in Dress Goods Plain and Plaid Broad Cloths Plain and Plaid Mohairs Plain and Plaid Serges Black Voile Black San Toy Black MOhair Black Serge Black Broad Shark Skin CtCkA GREA OF PLAIN AND PLAID SInK W AJ TINGS 25 lA large stock of Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats 300Mens Fine Shoes IW n Ly Doui1ass3 350 and 4 loersheins4 500 Full line of Mens and Boys Heavy Winter oesJFOR LADIES KrippendorfDittman Cos fine Shoes for W men 300 to 400 C and B Shoe Cos school Shoes for Boys and Misses Full line of Rubber v 1 FOR SALETwo good wagons M H JONES Co LOST MONEY At the Fredericktpwn picnic last Saturday Miss Della Val ker one of the solicitors for the church picnic lost a five dollar bill If an honest person found it it will be returned tb Miss Walker i New Circuit Clerk Circuit Clerk Robert Noe says the ih lan holy aysof fall were turned into i sunshine last afiival of I boy at Iniglifqrthe ij 1itt efenvar to register r the fall election but Mr Not says the youngster is inclined tobe- rather independent and he could not stand for any Independent registration m his army u I11LLSBOROA 0r Mr Solomon Kays and family spent Sundav with Mr Ji1 Shields and family Mr Leyie Bailey wife and little daughter Lillian spent several dajjs TexasIMrJ M Montgomery wife aril little children spent several days the first ot the week with fri rtds and rely tivesat Bloomfield Nelson county f Mr Otis Harmon wile and little sVn spent Sunday with Ker parents It and Mrs Kightlyv atM c1vile Mr Creath Dean of Mackville spent Saturday night with Mr Emus Shields Miss Sarah Shields spent Su day night with Miss Judith Montgomerys Misses Laura and Mattie Ki lit y were guests of thlnrsister Mrs Otis Harmon Friday night and Saturday Misses Pearlie rind Myrtle Arm tropg spent Saturday night arid Sunday with Miss Sarah Seields Mr Harviq Leachman of Litsey was in this vicinity Sunday afternoon Mr Edgar Settles and family spent several days the last of the week with the latters mother Mrs Burns at Polin Misses Susie arid Bertha Edgerton spent SaturdaYfteiuion at Litsey Mrs Nan Scott was in Springfield one day last week shopping Mr Sabe Cbultef wife and son C- icelMr Tom Coulter wife and little dajghter Mattie Bell and Dr Shields of Chaplin spent Saturday night with Mr Sam Coulter and wife nClbiksgf Our line of Clqaks have arrived and beforeJWomens 50 Inch Cloak in Black Brovvji and Castors ranging in prices from J 35O to 2500 PERCENTON ALL WALL PAPER SHOES Winter Underwear Comforts and Blankets at low Prices V Pair Lace- T j CurtainsAT SPECIAL PRICESjiI CA PE TS Rugs and Mattingi Axmihisters worth125 for11Velvets worth 1 15 for 95 J Tapestries worth JOc torr70 s3550 65 tugs ranging from 50c to 400 Room Rugs fr m900 to 1800 Mattings f om 12t4 to 3 cI u lAWRENCES rLI3ADJRSS Read this Column and Save Money Wanted to exchange grocer- Ies cabbage potatoes corn egos and butterVL rSSl Co an try produce ofall kinds wanted at Lawrences Grocery Remember you can buy groceries cheap f rsashat s Lawrences Grocery Maple syrup and sugar on sale now at Lawrences Grocery A few mprebargairis ii tin and glassware at t LaA reJicrGrpc Ln Two 5c cans Baking Powder rforTwo 50 sticks WiggleI Stick blueing foiR5e i Wheil in need of fruits vege tables a iidlgrQceries call atJ Grocertables than needed exc hange them for groceries1 at Lawrences Store Cash paid fflr eggs it t J awreIlCS Grocery You can bty cee pfdrcash rtti LawrenQes Grocery You tan find lots ofgood things to eat at T StorerFOR StuBuck board and two sets light and heavy harness W P LAWRENCE ii WANTED U A refined energetic young man to work in grocery Must come well recommended Apply to W1 P Igawf ence Springfloo K ri4 OFF rdFl = h- aSW SHOE The Chic Dull elvetlCalf Button Boot Neat Swing Narrow Toe t t Style Shape Service and Com I IShoe nl5O9 I Cunningham Dja Sc Marys loot Ball Team Lebanon Enterprise Ldc 1 lovers of football will be glad to le rn that arrangements have been made whereby the St Mars college team will again play its games in this city d ring the coming season the same as was done last year The at Hoods contestsI coach tHis season and willJakCPlace the team will in yearS The first willne played with Kentucky Military Institute tomorrow afternoon qn the tatters grounds near Louisville It will also be the first game for the K M I boys and the result will be watched with interest The first game to be been in this city will liePlayed on the afternoonof Saturday October 12 when Louisville High School will op pose St Marys Much hard work is now eing done by St lfarysto get in shaper and the boys from the Marion college are sureto be favorably heard from As will be remembered Louisville High School and K M 1 were the contending teams for the State championship last season the form r winning so it may be seen that St Marys will start the season by play ij ing the strongest teams ip Kentucky The following is St Marys schedule for the season I Sept 28 K M I at Louisville Oct 12 High School at Lebanon Oct 19 University of Louisville at Louisville Oct 28 Manual at Louisville Nov2 Kentucky University at Lebanon Nov 9 K M 1 at Lebanon Nov 16 High School at Louisville i The Thanksgiving day game will be played in this city with University of Louisville For SalelPrivately v Having sold my home p oper tvwiir now offer tor sale private i myfstockof groceries includ ing fixtures Soft Drink an iIAlcng Vith this sale goes the lease on store room arid cold storage V Making very cheap rent arid a very desirable point to do business x For particulars call on oradyudress W P LAWRENCE Springfield Ky t 0411I O Jea iLADIESJ My large and Select line of Handsome Fall and winter HATS A will be on display Friday and Saturday9 OCT 4 and 5 t COME and SEE THEM f Miss Willie KnottSpringfield Ky 11 ri1 Af 10 4 Ui I 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1907 t + Destroyed my store last T urs day night f hut before the flames had to + + telephonedr+ it t1 for more goods and will s l on be II prepared to supply the wants of they + L people OT this vicinity I now have 41 1Il a stock of groceries haying opdied in the old blacksmith shop buildiiig v Itjl Alipersons owingL me are reques led to come in atDonce and settle s CALL FOR EtECTKN STATE OE KENTUCKY WASHINGTON CO 11TY Set Regular erm of Washington County Court Augi 1907 t This day came T J Miller and filedI a petition Iwith twenty legal y OfWash1ingtdn vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be glowed to run at large one publifc highways in said precinct JJ is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election will open balIIlotsprecinctaBOOKER Clk In compliance with the above order giver from the Washington County Court si hereby notify the voters of Willisburg recinct No 3 ot Washing ton County that the polls be open i on the next regular November election day 1907 fpr tne purpose Of voting iij said precinc as to whether or not stock shall run a lar e on the public high way ra said Willisburcr precinct No3 J S Osborne SW Co I jIiBlSUN 1 t i i CALL FOR ELECTION ftSTATE OF KENTUCKY WAlINGT COUNTY Sct ntyCourtThis day came H l Thompson and filed a petition with enty legal voters of the Springfield precinct No 8 of W shil1gtopounty and moved the court to hbld an election tat the neat- regular November election 1907 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highway in said precinct It is orderedthatthe- shetiff and officers otfsaid election will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether ornot stock shallbe publichighwayCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk In compliance with heabove order tyCourtWashingion the next regular November election inion shall run at large on the PUbJiChigh way in said Springfield precinct No 8 J S Osb ne S WiC sJSubscribe for The LOO year Subscribe forThesuiL JLOO year t ifrr1t f r CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyCourtThis day came J G Howll and filed oftheington County and moved the court to regularNovembervote in said precinct whether or not stock shill be allowed to run at large precinctItopenthealiowedprecinctCopy BOOKER Clk In com liance with the above order CountyCourt Washingtonon the net regular November election day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said preci ct as to whetheror not stock shall run t large on the public high way in said Mackville precinct No3 J S Osborne S Y c CALL fOR ELECTION STATE G KENTUCKY WSHINGTON COUNTY SctI CountyGpurtThis daj came AL and filed a petition with twenty legal Voters of the Kelly Shop precinct No 11 of Washington County and moved the court to an election at the next regular November election 1907 to take the vote in said ptecinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at on the public highways in said precinct It is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall publicCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk In compliance with the above order tyCourtKelly Shop precinct No 11of Wash ington Bounty that the polls will b6 open on next regular November election day 1907 for the purpose o voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock run at large on the public highway in said Kelly Shop pre cinct NQ 11 Jr S Osbornfe S W r CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNrYSct CountyCourtThis day cameJames Wall and filed a petition with twenty legal voters ot the Mooresville precinct No 2 of Washington County and moved the court to hold Bii election at the next regular November election 1907 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highway in said pre It is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be publichighwayCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk In compliance with the above order CountyCourtMooresville precinct Nq2 of Washington County that the polls will be open on the next regular November election day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run dt large on the public highway in said Mooresville precinct No 2 J S Osborne S W C MONOPOLIES AND RINGS Olden Time Schemes For Obtaining Wealth and Power The evil of monopolies and rings wash oIi to ancients Aristotle referring to thetn in his Politics and then as nowlt was found necessary to hold them In check by legislation The monopolist was in Roman law called a dardanarius and punIshed under the Lex Jiilla de Annona Monopolies of Clothing fish dall articles of food were lirohiltftca by the Emperor Zeno under pajn of confiscation and exile so that is certain that the rings of they ancient days were as mischievous as they are now At Athens a law lim ited thp atnot nt of corn a man might buy The earliest recorded Instance we have was r corn ring Tj ert is an ancient tradition that the khig who made Joseph his prime mln isterard committed Into his hands the entire ladininlstration of Egypt was jApepI Apefl was one of the shepherd kIngs and ruled over the whole of Egypt as Josephs pharaoh seems to have done The prime minister durIng seven year8or remarkable plenty bought tip every bushel of corn bcVond- the nbs lute needs of the Egyptians and stored It Dtiring the terrible fam gethIscessively for the Egyptian money car tie nnd land and taking onefifth for pharaoh made him supremely wealthy It was nt merely a provident act but a very politic one lies policy being to centralize power In the monarchs bandsLondoir Answers The Difference Pa whats the differences between the meaning of prepared jind ready Well thcres many a person who may be prepared to die but t never saw one who was ready Chicago RecordHerald Dont keep so busy making money to afford pleasure that you have no time to devote topleasureStLoulsGlobe femocratl t r 10 t Ji rei II r A l Piano Placed ty r 1 In YoUr Home On Trials s I diinCIVtth us Being the largest pianq dealers In the South and buying themin carload lots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that will quickjv convince the most sk PhcaLthtwe can do all we saY Ifgiven the opportuitixrJ line consists of the foIl makes l c PIANOS lICE 178 UP t LAYER PIANOS J 500UPl- IANOPLAYERS 1 PRICE 250 MontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send me full particulars by return mail how YJlwillplacea piano in my home On trial Name 1 4u lL MUSIC eoI Address Fourth Avenue Louisville Original Marry him madam said the attor ney Theres no other way out of the difficulty Marry that old rascal supposing I should consendtoyom plan how could I marry a man with whom I have had legal qui rrels for years Any woman is more than a match for mali especially for a Sl perannu atedman Let me see You re forty five Bless me you dont looc it He is thirty years your senior Eell not live long Mrs Peabody promised to think of the matter and was not long n taking the attorneys advice She rote old tolherwith her but the girl LUllX that It was too cold matter of fact pntl generally unromantic whereupon the eld er woman charged her niece to write such a letter as she would herself send to a man she admired The result was an epistle that warmed old Sphraim Colmantrom the tips of his to s to the crown of his hairless head Tl ere was no business In It but it tended to bripg about a conClusion of the law The letter was handed with the mornings mail to Mr Codman by hIs grandson and heir Louis who acted as pis secretary Louis opened all let ters before submitting them Indeed he read Mrs Penbodys to his grand to1dealliance might not please his heir un dertook to make the reply himself but Louis intercepted the reply and sent one that he had written himself Tot reasons of his own he poured out just such words as he would write to hIs own ladylove Then followed a correspondence that would warm hearts frozen for cojitii rles Mi s Yard would wrlte Mrs Peabody4 letters read tbpm to ihet aunt for approval and mull them Thee old fool the lady would ex claim to be caught by such chaff Its lucky Betty I have you to write these letters I never would doelt in the worrld Then when the replies arrived ft would be flow sickening II 111JIoweerprivilege He is sure to win his case uSilwhereasrich Youll be well paid for your let ter writing Betty I shall settle 10C a year on you for dressIHow generous are always thinking of others never of yourselftAnd SQ the correspondence went on growing warmer the while till at lust there came nj proposition of marriage In it was nothing of the business prop- osItion Mrs Peabody had Intended tq call forth but an ardent love such us ai young plan would pour out to a young girl I shall love you the old man- s1 in your youth and cherish you in rom old age The lady threwI dO letters muttering my old iage you old foolyoull be untler ground twenty years before Im an phi woman Miss Warn handed her aunt the rcPli she had written Mrs Peabody commented on it If he w6re a young man Belt it would be lovely Theres some excuse for him after allj considt f s 1 b how sweetly you write came the arrangements for the meeting between the principals had never met except in court where they had glared at each other Mr Codman wrote that he would call at 11 In the morning of a certain day and since he was subject to a temporary indisposition his grandson would accbmpany him l Temporary Indisposition ex claimed Mrs Peabody Hell bring his grandson to hold him up Write pin that owing to a superabundance of maidenly modesty I shall have my niece with me at the meeting The girl laughing merrily flew away to write the last letter of this unique correspondence before an engagement and Mrs Peabody went to her room to prepare for the ordeal When Mr Codmans carriage drove up tb firs Peabodys daor the sun was shining the birds were singing Indeed everything portended a betrothal of a youthful pair Louis Codman alight r eel got his grandfather out of the carriage and supported him Into the house Mrs Peabody and her niece received them in the drawing room The old man was trying to say something gal lapt when his grandson interrupted him r Grandfather said lie permit me lam about to make an announcement to you and iTrs Peabody jointly When Mrs Peal odys first letter came I recognized hi ii the genuine freshness of ii young girl I answered It for its recipient in the same strain Mist Elizabeth Peabcdy and I Imve bwr corresponding1 t er tlu I an 0f oui I elders we live ijccU r nessef ISnow pending I Mire a a ajt seeii an okcit r from the court ov chancery placilm the tiatitwwtpteut ol Cpdman stati In my tiuuds otl account of the failing health of njjj grant father If the mutter is to settled out of court It must be settled with me Mid Pea body I have tint hono to ask the hand of your niece It marriage man cast a feeble inquirinj his grandson and Mrs Pea an exclamation of relief my heart she exclaimed The septuagenarian cast anothei feeble glance at his grandson and plating hi hand on his heart said Mil e top HELOISB AMES rushing the Dairy Cow The ruSliing of cows is a great benefit to hem However it Is a piece of work that should be done with a slow motion whatever else Is hurried The cow is a moderate mover in every way She liar always refused to join In the hustle anti haste of modern life and If jostled nd hurried it has a bad effect on her milk I r Spring Water Cure For Rum Thirst Mingoj Junction village council Chas rommerclalized its natural jag cure rays a tdubenville Ol special to the Washington Post The waters of Pot ter spring after running free for more than a century and having cured tL nun thirst of all sorts and condition of men will nowMJe bottled and sold In dp to vns For more than a century the water of Potter spring has been credited with possessing qualities which destroy the taste for liquor It Is said power of the water to eliminate the taste for the firewater was firs discovered by Logan a famous chief of the Mlugo IndIans ti i r Chickeririg Sons Decker Sons IaainesBros Sterling Schubert Arm Wendell Foster l r SohmerGecilian FGtthe Autopiano V r r 1 The CecilianA player that can be attached to any make piano r In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take it out and t the trial will not cost you a cent 0 INCORPORATED Kys Th1olll r fi 4 fiJ THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1907 7 I1i T TTTTLTTL V ri SPt AKINGr AT 1 l I tie J ericktownti14- w S II L7 i II I Congressman BEN JOHNSON and 1 C 0 Y H0 T SCOTT MAYES lf r Will address ti0 voters at Fredericktown I Jp fternoon ti 1a P r 6y 1 frI I NVITED7 ILTITT II tiNrr l 1 TheCreeplof G1 acer 4 g Copyright 1307 by McCSure Newspaper Syndicate Hans Brittermauj iliSwIss PHased the years of gals youth the shadow of the Matterhorh and flially took his place as a guide Onet day Professor 33xley of the HoyaJj Geological society arrived at Shins native village or a months stay rAfter a week he lecided to Yen ture up the Matterhoni to study the glacial river t He had b en there leach year years and frozen river was rthjject The thOI lessor was a oughtful and his trips ys been made with only his guide for company He so arranged iton this occasion only thht fcis guide happened to be IiausI Britter man for the firs time tf mile from his home a great Vail of ice fifty fedt high from which huge bOcks split off at intervals of years invited t the attention of tourists as the mouth of the frozen stream His surveys proved beyond doubt that the mighty andIice and beocvalleyIseven aes a year was a movement so mug ty and steady that no On earth could check it Seven inched a yea mused the professor as lie looked over the jum file seven and in nio e no less A mighty mass ffif tyj fe t thick goes grinding dovn into the valley crushing and overridjlnijr everything and should a nianfnll foit le crevasse be fore me I am able to co pate the tlinft when his head atid ifroz n body would appear in sight in the vale three miles away It would take hundreds of years but it e found The statemen d ihe guides curiosity to arlflS t degree and he found himsejf ngIt Neither his father nor his ather had ever matfe jsuch a st tem nt They had not even contendedIthatth mass moved What ssuraIicelon jthe part of an en tire stranger toJappear md make such toIfyilly us was and vexed Reilln1uy became Indignant It riticism on Iris own knowledge if tle mountains HCa it be so Carl it e so he kept asking himself apd lie alked a few steps to CQnte ipli te the jumble and wonder whht as oing on forty feet below Hlees crept as ho thought of falling into the deep crt vasse to be entbmbod i live to freeze jad die to be oariid long with the kllreslstible movement for hundreds df jears and then appear incased in the t correct In his cpipDultatlpns It was a s a newj train of thou hTTor the yjbtiug m a birth of the feeling of cu t sa ty He could not express liims wor Is but he could think Hti InI thin and had not the professor ween too busy with his own thoughfsflajtil worls he would have seen strange looks pass over the face of his ipifde in f nick succession douDtr fear jyou der sudden determination He ould gjlhice all In the valley but I C ireful than exjlaimed the r fess r as he caught at a knob of Ice and saved himself Upon my soul that was a blundering move ofyiuEs g1usWou have appeared the ce wall asked Hans in a atI vole as he turned his face away les after hundreds of wears But let B le make a clqs er computation You seen greatly interested Jn this tai tter You must have heard your lathe and othe s talk of thj speed of a glf tier EYe you must ve seen them sl ved alon several t t since you bgmi coming up the mountain It Isjfull thre miles to the valley from this point and the lacier trayelg J Sspven r OO FOR SAUE BY T EWiNG RAL EST TEA ENAY HA RQDS URG1 200 acres with 50 acres bottpr on Chap in river at J5 218 acres in Wa shjngtoij county six miles from Perry ille at30 120 acres nicely irapr6vednearj ard= well 4000 J 216 acres neai Washington Ice unty village at 45 v 247 acres near alvisar fine fr any 7500crop 200 icres finely d nearMcAf jeat S68 309 icres Allen rountyiKy per ased 40 pei cent in 1 i ear good fo 1 000 in 2 y iars 4500 Liv Jry Stable 1 room house grc eery business and stcck 6jOOO Good for 1800 a year Res dence and I lacksmith sho Pth800 a year trade for 900 inches a year unless there Is an ava progIwill give you extra figures The guide cast a look of craft and murder at the man with pencil and paper and did not sit A doctor would dIs1coerthe mightlrtess th mvste y of tin belfllStcased in a coffin or ice for a century f did not affright him1 On tlu contrary iit lured him For a moment he lPUt over hands on knees and watched tie professor at his figures Then he straightened up and looked cunningly around They had paused on a shelf of ice almost suspended o era ere vnsse Let the weather change a fey degrees warmer and It wduld fall of Its own weight It seemed as if a stamp of the foot would send it down now I think I have my figures absolutely correct skid the professor without raising hlS eyes In a mile thorp are Hans sprh1g Into the air and camp down as solid as a figure ofstone lu the shelf hjjld AH he landed his feet flew from under him and he shot over the smooth Ice like a flash iuul damp ireaied Inter the yawninif crevaspe One instant he stool witliii touching distance bf its fellow man In the next lio was plunging down to a cold and silent cternijy Bless a Sudderi aecK dent proVp sor as lie sprang upn1whnt Inches a year anr1 three the world will have beeuniflde over again before lihc body Is found by a now race of pet tie t M QUAD Youthful Financier scalltl happtiiied in New York the other dar DispleaseciPnrentJolly I1JlHi you have been l yanbg tifree pairs of gloves without my permission Why dilyoii do s01 Miss Molly aged Hwelyo Vhy daddy I Avas obliged to havo wearIwrong you to buy the gloyen 1tl out the et- uI ussfon either of your inainma or myself Mi s MollyWillnewer maul daddy dear they wont cost anything I had tiiem chargedNew York Post How Inconsiderate Young Iluggies did a very thoughtless thing What was that cine wrote a pocin iu honor bf a certain young woman who lUll lust completed her twenty first birthday and publishedit in the college paier Wasnt I tin good poem P Very good Whats tile crjticlsm thenV Why bohwho wants to find out cnn look back any time and discov er how old the young woman Js Cleveland Plain Dealer a A WISE BRITON He Half ThatIctheJA Brooklyn man who entertained an English relative tells this without the quiver of an eyelid My cousin from London rf ached New York last bummer along with a hot ware The crowds were deep be fore the soda water fountains on lower Broadwjay He remarked that he did not comprehend how Americans swallow that nasty slush1 COtlldI UA mere preference I We have ninny curious that kind in this country One of the most remarkable evidences of insatia ble appetite for Troth rather than substance is that of the American poultry lover who gaily advertises In our New York papers for 1000 feather beds As you zany well imagine ho is said to hajve entirely lost his taste for the flesh qf the fowl Oh really exclaimed the English min In quiet surprise Nothing more was said till nine months later when i opened ny mail one day and found a marked copy of the London Times which he had sent to rue lIe called my attention to this extract in an article on mob rule and lynching in America It can hardly be possible thht the supply of tar and feathers In the United States will be sufficient at thlrnte the mobs are covering the tio lies of the poor wretches who arc tortured and humiliated before they are drawn anti quartered or burned at the stake I fancy you will see your error after reading this he wrote It Is quite plain the man wanted the beds for another liurpo and not as you believe to eat I3cooklyui Eagle 1 Nero and Hia Voic In an interesting paper M Moure and M Bouyer relate the extraordinary tare which the Empefrff Xero took of his voice At night Nero lay on his back Ijwitti a thin plate of lend on his Ktomni He abstained from fruits hail al dishes which could hurt his voIre Jn order not to damage the l haranIgiiiig the soldiers and the senate HeIattached to his service an officer lhlI deputed to take care of his voice lie talked only in the presence of this Kin grilitr official wlip warned him when he poke too iouUy1or forced his voice find If the emperor carried away by Konje suddenfitDf Pl iota lid not Us ten hisidU to with a nnpkin =Modern MedicineBananas Bananas su snn authority are by pillions of people eaten green 6r 1va make excellent bread cakes and pies puddings confectionery and coffee sub stitutes yield brandy beer vinegar sugar oil and fibers They are bought ns a luxury by millions who may use maybeOnly Therefore banana culture affords a perfectly safe and gainful use of time und money POSTOFFICES FOR LINERS Government Official Has Scheme to tto Distribute Mailat Sea If Second Assistant Postmaster Gen eral McCIeary succeeds in sonic plans he has in mind sea postofllces will b e established qn the ships of the Cunard and the French Steamship companies lines the only transatlantic liners which are equlpptMlwith postal facili ties writes a Washington Correspond cult of the Chicago News Overtures have been made to these two companies looking to the aquiPmeit of post offices on their ship Mr McCIcairy wiltgo to Europe soon to investigate certain postal affairs While abroad he w IU confer with the officers of the two Steamship lines and endeavor to complete arrangements bf which American paid foreign emploj ees will be placed on each one pf thr vessels of these two jiMunich exhibition Novelty One of the novelties planned for the lliJticevery respect from the modern playhouse says the New York Tribune Symbolic scenery will be used in place of makp believe tries land rocks and impossible landscapes leaving to the imagination detaIls jvhieh heretofore have been supplied jby the scene painter In tills respect the new theater will reseinble the Greek theaters of old The form of the stage will I P changed cjittlng off according to a Munich paper the senseless perspec tive The proscenium will be so ar ranged that it may be made large or small IiI keeping wjth the 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you hive any symptoms of stomach Rvtr or bowel disease Gentlest yet most elective laxative for children women and e4afejks guaranteed permaMAt hewe ewe THE PUBLIC VERDICT No Laxative Sc Good and Sure as DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee No 17 PEPSIN SYRUP COt119 Caldwell Bldf Mrtillaftlle III RED CROSS DRUG STORE Subscribe for The Sun1St10 year aJ L i a THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1907 t 1R HcCflORD flVES OPrNIONf Lr OF BILL NOV PENDING How Present Laws feyor Tobacco ji- JTellS fTrusts to Detriment of Growers on W R Kimball t Congressv v fl recen tbfoH district hasjbeen active m them n a e t of thee tobacco growers and pro coses Jto make a strong fight in their t lit at est in having the laws so amended tfb alIotV tobacco growers to stem toil iwist their tobacco without paying shf revenue t8 sotsi cents per pound Ml Eianufacturers Knojwirtg that W I1 k cChord was familiar with the cOh1 ditpiis which enables the Tobacco i Trus to oppress the people Mr Kim bal ecently wrote a letter to Mr Me nCh6rion toIthe merits of the bill now t er dig before Congress and to sug ges t such legislation as in his judgment jWoijile secure reliefto the tobacco grorrs In icspon e to this request cChord on Sept 17 1907 wrote MrJ imball a letter and as the sub tijThe Sun are greatly interested at the req le tc of many tobacco growers Mr MC lords letter to Mr Kimball is putl hed in0full as followsT flJ t1gfield Ky Sept 17 1907 Hon W P Kimball Member ofCon grejs Lexington Ky rDear Mr Kim ball Your esteemed letter of the 11th ins requesting me to give you my opiiiicn of the merits of House Bill No 14972 entitled An Act for there lief f Tobacco Growersand now pep f g before the Senate of the Unit edj6tates was received 6y me several 4ay l ago but other engagements pre yentme from giving a prompt reply fill as I understand ItIn sub stan ly the some form passed the Hour in April 1904 by practically a xmani nous vote and again passed the Sows in the same way March 6tj 19Q6 and these two bills have since that time been quietly sleeping in th Wad and Means Committee in th- Senate What that means you law makes are familiar with t t Ttia ssunie that Congress recognizes that hegrowers of tobacco need rele- i rom oppression of some kind The first question then is what is the op ptessi on these loyal citizens of the Unit States are laboring under an from which they need relief An what has brought about the conditions i whic public policy demands that Con rgresor the CourtsshalL relieve them from An answer to thsequestions as mj premises will I think enable me m ke my conclusIOns understood more eadily It a wellknown fact among those Tamil rwith tobacco that in order to hand tobacco in small quantities or sell it o the consumer in its raw or un- mariu ictured condition it ris necessary to st n and twist it Whem Mr York Commissioner of Internal Rev enue was asked what would be the doss Irevenue to the government if theriding bill should bypassed his answ i was that jt would be compara tively small because he knew it was impra ticable to sell loose orj unste m i med nd untwisted tobacco except tom nu cturers In largerquantities and groerswould in effect amount to iiothingj Prior o the enactment of the lawsno govert ing the sale of unmanufactured f bac9and the construction give k c them by the revenue offices growers of tol acco were allowed to stem and twist the tobacco grown by them with out be ing deemed by thj law as manu factiir srs and without being liable toa tax six cents per pound on the to bacco that might be stemmed and twiste by them In other words thei were illowed fo prepare the tobacko grown by them for market so that it could be purchased by the consumer or oth irs who desired to do so as r did and now do with their wheat tor hay 61 hogs or any other commodity raised by them on their farms The the price of tobacco was regulated b supply and demand and as fixed legitimate competition The price u der th se conditions was from fifteen to thh tycents per pound Before t pa sag j of tHe laws now in force there was a large demand throughout the United States particularly ihT Southern States for this twisted or unmanufac tured bbaLcco which was purchased by the co asumer in competition with the manu Tturers eacted4 are pi phi bi ted from stemming or twisti I the tobacco grown by them unless they pay a tax of six cents p er pound to the Government as manufa- turers Because of complicated provisions of the Jaw governing the manu v tacture of tobacco and for other rea Sons i is impracticable for growers to cp0ijply with it The effect of the la t 1f rr li toy dfepnv4jthe growersof the rightw to sell l uct of then labor any oneO T tn those engag d nthey LbuslnessI t torof the anufacturer in the pur chase ot the rja w material At the time the consume rj vas driven out of the market by he Jaw there was S iong purIhasemany differ en manufacturers owned by diiTefent jr diyiduals and sinal cor porations Jhiler these condition the growers of tjoaacco could live and did Head orj all for the relief vhich 4nress is p w graciously pronging to extend to thm In 189 t e resent managers ofth Americans orC Cp companY saY effect 9t the Jaw which asI have shown you7 d stroyed the principal competitor vjti the mantrfacturhrs in the purchas j fbe raytob cJOtieon ceived the d0i thatwitH a consolida tUferstition in the parchase of such tobacco could fee ent rely1 eliminated thus acing iniiihe cio isolidated crnc rn fhe power io fix ihe price of unmjmufac tuned tobacco at whatever price itjsaw proper so tnati the greatestamoufot salaries and s jThethistory pt this ouhtry and with uhrch ve are all fap aliar I neednot refer tc it here SI ffiee it to say that this cojncern has vith the aid of the laws enacted by the Gongress of the United States fixed th price of tobacco in th hands of the growers at enough ahoy theIIf ongres yiill so amend the law as to allow the grp vers of tobacco to s tern themeerewithout paying ax as a manufactu er theIthfe power o pplytroy the price tobacco which is nIlj demona61 m1lenesecure relief f tobacco growers as nIl1iesitrelief protdsed for the reason a j I have statjtoocco cannot be handled or sold tc ahyori v other than the mt n ufacturer in large quantiiies urilelfe It be s enrdadtyisted It has be l1i ks accts telGoveInmentbe allowed to stem twist and sell their tobacco vithou paying the manutac tuners t x of si a cents per pound the governmeit woili lose a large amount of revenue H i urged by t rowe s withh mu h plan ibility drat fhjs ase thatLgro w pr r 11or twist their bacco but would pr ter to sell it in conkI3 growdI t the trust woiilc increase the price for the tobacco in th j leaf to a fair and re angtherefore j the labor of ste ming and twisting it the result woulbe that the quantit of tobacco that would Jbe sold in th twist would be small and the amoun ot loss to the go rernment would be in considerable But suppose ehalf the reyenue o r tobacco W oulde lost to the ge vern olion rea e a profit for there laIr and the investment in the n1tobacco rlsing uuaiiicoa We as eras t an economic proposition that the ntainn s theiej a sji in taxes pir tobacc o t If the government will repeal thef laws whiqi enable the tinst to main tarn its monopol as I have Indicated the people will ake care of their own affairs anddep eve the obdcce tru tiner trust yiinjustlaw ofCon grass places the tobacco growers in precarious position which they are en deavoring to overcome by united coop ationwhichad beneficial effects on the pre of tobacdoj But whether the unequ ion tpst will be the means of securin permanent suet IS a question f minew j suits toannul the char f t Jji t s ter ofthe trust may appear to be laud able efforts on the part of the govern ment to restore legitimate competition and trade in the tobacco people look upon such proceedings wfthcJut hope of any beneficial results and they humbly petition who are vested with authority to urge and secur the repeal of the laws which are in restraint of tradeI have mdi cated and leave the 1nm ket of the world open to the tobaccbgrowers and allow them to sell to the purchaser ho will pay the best price for ther predict of their hard tbit whether it be tl e consumer specu lator or manu factu er when the price bf tobacco will be regulated by sjiiDply and demand Very rosy ctlily V CL MCCHORD LONG RUN On the evening Hhe 26 while ou r comm nits was busy in tho the r fc bacco fields one of bur leighbors saw a sm iH dark colu nri 6f smoke issuin 5 from 1he kitchen fl ie of bar AHolde mans old home residence now occu pied ay Mr W B Elho toHe ran 1o the b ilding taking with him a you g man vho was working near the lions They found the fire uri er plete headwaythat only one SUChcoI s accessible the contents of e carried out The writer and his nephew were working in a nearliy field when we saw the smoke we riade all haste to the house Many others saw the smoke and came but all taolate Iiis sad to see any building burn but ohIo hc w sad to see h nearby dwelling go dIn front d Pthat for as ye the flames were confined to the r ar which was sofamaliar toius and which we had so often entered a feellof sadness ctole over us and we er made to wonder why it was thus an realize that all was transient and uAse cure here below and the ipportanc e o having a house not made by han s in the eternal skies which flames can never destroy nor time decay Orlya few articles were saved and Mr El iott cleivee flue The building was insured for 300 This is the fifth builehng tjhat has teen burned on that farm sine 1871 jour dwellings and one barn Mr Harve Key of Jensontonstai ted on last Tuesday for Hot Springs Ark As he isan old soldier tie wily be tr sat ed and cared for at a Government Hos pital at the rate of i12 per month His many friends wish t health may be benefitted He hi1hiS d by his wife Local sportsmen are doubtless look ing forward to the open season with considerable interest as birds are quite plentiful so much for the game law We have several flocks ori our The other day while cuttinjr weeds boy clipped the wing of gone about h grown as it tried to fly from under the cutter bar an with pity our little brown friend was left to make his way on fYor these little timid animals are everywhere Wild grapes are so very scarce that we have ndtseen oyer a ntfui thiS season On last Sunday wliile coming from church we saw several fine bundles hangings from the vine v11ich so tempting that we could hot well pass without tasting them The is an rage one Plithe boy and the squirrels through the co ing winter After looking on almost every papaw w bush ve have only found one bunch of thisluscious fruit There are three kinds of these trees the first is a small variety that ripens in August frostIthat never gets good I have heard fathers yhck in the forties these deadenIupa one And as for apples they are tpo scar ce to talk about We have not eaten good one this year though the oth night we dreamed df going to a tree where the ground was literally covered with large fine red ones After five months of cultivating nd worming tobacco nearly allot it i housedand owing to the dry weather has been put away in fine condition the crop too is an average one an now the farmer has turned his attention to other farm work but the cou ty roads have been neglected Mr- Creek Claud Key sold his farm on De to his brother Mr Golle Key for 1500S Mr Lee Staton and wife were among those who attended the picni iat ProVI- dence Saturday They report plenty to eat and rf good time amstd son the formers parents Saturday night and Sunday ndande were guests of Mr and Mrs Woodson Reynolds r Mackvillchisaldaughter Mrs gofBoyle county vis ted his granddaughter MrsMarinda Burns Thursday l R ef Lyons Report of Conference Tie Louisville Conference M E chu ch South met at Columbia Ky Weilnesday Sept 25 and adjourned Monday Sept 30 Bishop H C Mor risoi of New Orleans pres dedThe little town of Columbia entertained the Conference grandly The Conference has lost by death this year two mem bers JLJE ton There were fifteen young men who presented themselves and were received mto membeiship with the Conference The preaching singing and was a matter Of inspiration tP Were present The hospitality thinkIlumbiawas taxed to its uttermpst they were equal to the occasion We give the appointments we will especially JriterestW county people Elizabethtown District A P Lyon Presiding Elderl Springfield Granville W Lyon Lebanon C H Prather Loretto J T McCormick Buffalo Circuit W E Sutherland RevB FAtkrgonRivers Memor ial Louisville GreenvilleF E Lewis MorganeldS G Shelly All the reports from the preachers shqwed unparatelled success the past year in every department of church work Mandolin ANDtGuitar 1asdBYfSue Way tYpublictest for Gold Medal at the end of term Will Also Teach Beginners on The VIOLIN Class room at my home on Main St Phone 172 The cheapest and best chance you will probably ever have to learn some thing about music and to play an instrument that will always be a pleas ure in a few months time Begin at once arld Jet the benefit of this years Club work Public Sale I House and totl Horses Vehicles Harness Etc SA TfjRD A Y- tOctoberi 26 mmI will on the aboye date offer at public sale to they highe t b dd tmy House and Lot in Springfield I will also on the above date offer for sale publicly several head of Hoses same vehicles and a lot of harness Dr J BrRoBards Public Sale Thursday Oct 17 1907 Having rented farm Iiwill on the above datelat 10 oclock aTQ on mv far2mtles from Fredericktown oil the Beech Forkriver sell to the highest bid der the following property tOa H dfarmm mares ji yearold rn2 nlilch cows fineep4 2 calves i weanlintr heifer calf These cattle are in fine shape all good grade i7 fat hogS3 sows and 19 pigs tshoats i wag on good as new i top buggy and harness hoesiscythes i wheel yarrow i grind stone a lot of nice young hens or0olot of sugar cane in fodderfa cedar posts ready cut boxes i farm bell Household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale H V F G COMBS S 11 Campbell Auctioneer re t I4tfi + tT r 0N r TllE- CORNER itJ l 411 iCampbells Grocery t- 1r I will soon be Located It on th Corner n the Iroom formerly occu 1 byj WRi de1st+f Saloon + + l W Wf heatsI tlowestt price tot1ebes1we Wrf have a nice line of ranges cu + +hs A Complete Lj Ii of TINWARE elCINAWARfjfit + etttetc- z + 1 4t f i Furnitureli f YOU WILL F INO in Iova STOCK ANY THING iNTHEFUR NITtJRELINETHA- T1YOUWANTar t S r S Mlways in stoclta comple e and Fresh line of i CampbellsGroeery iti+ +jf Ir It w Ht FARM iFOR SALESaturday Oct 12 on Premises At 3 oclock p m I will offer for sale the CR Cheat ham deceased farm containing 137J acres on the above date There has been but little of this yearsThe land It has sixteen acres In large beech and seven acres in fine young growth of oak About thirty acres in grassThere necessary outbuildings Two wells apd a good cistern A splendid orchards This farm is on the Willisburg d Chaplin turnpike one mile southwest ofWiUisburg The dwelling was burned last TERMSThe farm will be sold for half pf the purchase money and the remainder in one two and three years If not sold it will be offered for rent The purchaser or renter can get imme diate possession Any one wishing to look over the farm can call enjt r SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN W E Leachman has for sale one3yearold black horse that a woman oir dollarrJ R Walker Rt 1 has for sale some nice seed wheato G T Clements Rt1 has for sale two spans extra good work mules E Derringer Rt 1 has for sale 1 000 cedar post 20c a piece tot To Rent A fine 600 acrci farm one half mile KyThis T tobaccobarnetc and aU necessary outbuildings h ltiItenant houses with barns outhouses wells etc The farm is well wateredt and admirably located for a farm or dairy farm there being a creamery o at Bloomfield Will rent this farm as a whole or lnK two separate tracts of 300 acres each f telephoneEliS S Sterett Bloomfield Ky