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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 I ft I i I b ift t J t f t pir1ng j nhti iI DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J VOLUME ill h SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1907 J J NUMBER 44 I MESSED IN MANS AftIRE I FLOSSIE 1SllM DISAPPEARS H I 4oiintry Scoured For Missing iirl Who Is Seen at MooresvilleIi lift Homei Last NightDont Be Uneasy Read Note Ieft Behind Pressed in mens clothes and walk in r aimless1y alopg the streets of M Doresville Miss Flossie Isham was seen by Alr Herbert Eddleman who sayshe talked with her and that she taalced very calmly and rationally Thiat was about noon today and Air says he was then unaware of the fact that she was running away fronthome l JAs The Sun goes to press a telephone I mb age is received from Wftlisburg thut a number ot citizens are On then way to looresville in an effort to4 overtake the missing girl Z The mysterious disappearance of Mjss Flossie Isham from the home of her grandfather Mr Pres Prather of the Willisburg neighborhood last night 2 atFabout nine oclock has alarmed the wnole community for miles around Today searching parties haVe been l1Uhting sine early dawn to discover so ne trace of the missing girl but all in vain Telegrams have been sent to- L4iisvilIein the hope that she might be located in that city Bloomfifeld Bcpker Springfield and other railway stations wer e telephoned to and the in formation elicited that nothing had ienseenofher jast night after the family ha1re tired Miss Isham who was in a room wihMrs Richardson arose from the boo and walked out upon the porch mier night clothes Her companion- gave little thought to the inqideht aYid SCn fell asleep This morning upon aake1ing she discovered that the jbing lady had not returned and the ah rin was given A photograph was found in the room t upDnthe back of which was written Ddrii be uneasy Ill be 400 miles iromihere by morning Kiss Isham is the daughter of Mr Janies Isham of the East Texas hOOd and is about fifteen age She iaan unusually neighbor Tj f Whatever is assigned for heir mysterious disappearance She hs d been visiting at her grandfathers home for several days The theory that she had probably eloped with a lover was advanced thOU itl said shhwas rot receiving the attentions of an young man Others fear a- tdgic fate has overtaken her PJISKED PUNISHMENT TO VISIT MOTHER Leo Border Returns to Navy ol tace Charge of Desertion Vercome ltha longing to visit home and see his mother Leo H Bpr dcca former Spririgfteld bUY escaped a Jew weeks ago from the naval hospi ta Norfolk Va where he was con iin 2d from illness and made his way to Gravel Switch in county th home of his mother Jjast Friday Border returned to the na raj recruiting station in Louisville were he surrendered to face the c ealaeserterfrom the navy Border enlisted in the navy at Decal Ills May 25 A short time after watrci he was taken with spinal mel1lI gits and was forced to go into hospital quarters r atNorfolk He has been re t1ned to Norfolk to5 accept punish ment which it is thought wilt be light r Young Border is the son of the late 0Wen Border He moved from Spring 4 fieWwith his mother seyeral years ago lHd is the grandsonof Mr JVv G er iyjof thisjplace rt r i Engagement Annoincei The ejigagement of Aliiss Enira Youn Lewis daughter bf Mrf and Mrs iJIiB Lewis of iAddisonKy to Air Wai wick Miller Doll of Louisville has beeri announced The weddin j will take plahe in November Miss tewis is well known andopu lar in Springfield society circles haying frequently been the guest of Miss Sadie J She is a beautif l t and llttFactiJynung lady BOARD OF CONTROL ElectedlBy A S of f In This COuntyLast Saturday t The1 tofibacogrpwers of Washi igtori county met at the Court House in Springfield on last Saturday afte iobn- and ejected a Board of Control f4tie American Society of Equity in thiS county for the nsuihg year Th fol lowing gentlemen compose the I oard- FredekidktownJ A Tucker Mopresville J W Eddlemaif Brush Grove WT Keeling Willisburg W H Coulter North Erastus garner Iack4ifleA R Murphy PotsilleFlece Bosley Springfield No B Harry Thom son Sprin field No 9 Richard Smittu f syrineldNo 1OW A Clenents y B1Leachrnan GIMEN TWO YEAR James Shipp Sentenced to F eni teritiary For Killing InTay or i County I jJasi hipp charged with the killing of a man named Smith in Taylor oun ty a1ot a year ago wa T yesterday given t w years in the penitentiary in the Mai ion County Circuit Court1 It will be remembered that Shipps friends fearing he would receiverdugh treatrr ntfollowing the killing had him renioved to the jail in this cityr for safe keeping last winter Shipp Iwas given a life sent m e in the Taj lor County Circuit Court but Vwas glriinted a new trial EFFORT TO EXTEND RURAL ROUTES To Cover Entire County Being Me B Postmaster W A iiWaters at rs is plotting toget the people of rash interested Inh avIn f rtntqrts mail service extended e to of the C01l Jy1rlr Wat opinion that a system of rural rputea covering each section and delivering mail daily to every family in the cobnty can be established with very little fost and trouble and would trove of inestimable value arid great ttherIbusve IS sy s pper ated a most universally in some of the adjoin Jig States Mr Waters saso the- great portion of the roads ofYash ingtoh bounty are already in excellent shape and that the remainder cbu d be put in 000 condition at very little expense It isj Aln Waters intention to workups cient interest among the people of the unty to take the matter b fore nlistIDepar ment The rural routes out of Springfield aloiier pw cover 150 miles of macadiB mizdoath and serve750 families 1 PRETTY CHURCH WEDDING YESTERDAY Mr James c Clements and Miss Robbie Simms United in Mar riage Yesterday After noon i A pretty social event of tfteweek was the marriage on yesterday after noon of Miss Robbie Simms and Mr James C Clements The wedding was solemn ized at the St Dominic church at 445 oclock the Rev Father Hennessy saying the ceremony The usherls were Messrs J tj Clements L B Cain and G C Whar ton The church was beautifully decorated with potted plants and cut flow ers Immediately preceding the march to the altar he solo Love Me and the World Is Mine was beautifully render d by Miss Willie Knott ina rich soprario voice The strains of Alendels sohng wedding marchissued from the organ as the bridal party entered the churchj the bride and groom being pre ceded by the attendants AI ssrs J C Clements and L B Cain During the WasIThe bride was gowned in a lovely suit of blue marqu fette cloth andcar ried beautiful boquet of brides rOses jLn the evening ja reception was tendered the young cjmple at the home of the brides mothe only their familfes and a few relatives being present The bride is the daughter of Mrs Nannie Simms and is one of Spring fields most popular yOungladies Her charm of mariner and striking personal ity have won for her an extensivfeac t quaintance and a large circle of warm friends Clements isa young farme IMr progressiveness and industry have characterized him as one ot the leading agriculturists of Washington county To his amiable manner and genial disposition are chiefly attributed To Alurifofdville Ky Oct 7rrhe following are some pointed paragraphs from Mr Bryans speeches for the Democratic State ticket 4I am down in your campaign this year because I believe it has an impor tant bearing on the success of the prin ciples in which I feel deeply interested I know men who have been nominated for several of your offices andl am in terested in them I am interested even more in the principles for which they stand J I want to give you two reasons why 1 believe every Democrat should be out at the polls this year to vote the Dem ocratic ticket from top to bottom My friends the influence that your election will have on national politics is an influence that Democrats 1ot ig nore If your State were to cast its vote for the Republican party you would find that all over the nation it would he heralded as the beginning of Republi can victory in the nation While if in your State you do as they dfoV pOklahoma it would be her alded abroad as the first gun tp be fired in celebratioti of a great national Victory V 4I want you to give encouragement to the Democrats of this 5tate who are fighting for better governmenVarid by your election this fall you will notv only determine your State officers and put either the Democratic ticket with Judge Hager at the head or aHepubfi can ticket there but you will also elect a United States Senator who will hold for six years and we need Democratic Senators in the next administration for the United States Senate is a weak point todayin this Government They have so many Senators there who represent corporate wealth that we needir in the United States Senate Democrats who like Gov Beckhkm t fI his many staurich friends and wide pop ularity His friends and nce8 are heartilycongratulating him on the happy choice he has made for a life companionj To Mr and Mrs Clements are ex tended the heartiest congratulations and well wishes of their extensive ac quaintance and in their home life may the dark shad aws that cross the thres hold be dispersed with an abundance of sunshine and happiness i The Sun joins in the many good wishes to Mr and Mrs Clements for a happy bon voyage The following are the wedding resents One china chocolate set two handsome de orated china pitchers one large rug one silver pickle fork one white cr chet shawl one hand Hleatherthree dozen teaspoons one dozen kqiv and forks burnt wood plaque one large picturebile handsome yase two silver cream and sugars one silver tray one silyejr syrup stand one Ey let embroidery lambrqiiiri one Mount Mellick center piece one drawn work 1ini dresser scarf one Battenburg dresser scarf one pair linen towels one handsome table linen one Shadow embroidery pilow one Mexican doily cne lace handkerchief one berry spoon 18 in gold on butter knife one olive fork two cold neat forks silver bread tray three si ver cream spoons two silver ladles one box cigars one hand some silvr andalabra One leather purse Rhinestone back comb onehalf dozen bread and butter plates four beautiful china plates two cut glass bon bon trays one cut glass bowl one handsome cut lass pitcher two beautiful china salad dishes one violet pan nel picture ore pair sacred pictures two beautiful china placques one sil ver sugar three gold beauty pins one handsome gold belt one randsome JIIIbeenhyingseveral years has in her possession a vegetabledish that has been in the family for 118 rears It was brought to this country from Germany by one ofher ancestors Bryan Talks I I Kentucky Democrats but i1 r will stand for the rights of the people The farmejs of my State areinter ested like thej people of your State in haying Senators there who wilt listen to the voice ofthe common people and theIThe people praise Roosevelt for what he has dine in the matter Of rail road regulation There did he get his inspiration In a Repiibljcan platform You read in vain the Republican Na tional platforn to find it there jlf you look in that hated and despised Chicago platform you will find authority for the railroad regulation that the President has at last accepted If you look in the written at Kansas City jri 1900 you will find it again and ati St Louis we wrote that plank into that platform and itwas our third national platform that demanded this reform and whqn the President stepped out and advocated this he had to step onto Democratic groundItSo you take the question of arbitra tion between capital and labor The position taker by the Demo rats in 1896 1900 and 1904 and the Pr sident indorsts that position today 3o that where the P has been Democratic he hasj gained popularity and where he has been undemociatic he has lost popularity and thus by his good deeds arid by his bad ones he has proven the strength of Demacratic ideas in this country r I am down here because I yant to express to you the hope felt by the Democrats throughout this uni that when your voW is counted in November you shall poll such a majority forJudge Hager antikhis companions on the ticket as to lettheii know where Kentucky will be when the roll is calldd next year and I have come to express the hope that you will see rojt that in the election ot your Legislature you shall have a majority I trust in that Legis lature that will be in fayor ot sendipg to the Senate o gallant young Dem ocrat from Kentucky Gov Beekham that for six he maystand there as the apostthof Demo racy nd the champion of the rights of the peop e H l DEMOCRATICRALLY AND PUBLIC SPEAKING Monday October 28 County CourtD y CouhtjcourtdaYO t28th and J Morgan j Chin will address the voters of Washington county at i oclock at the Court House THIEVES BREAKIN Store of Joseph A Shader Bur glarized Saturday NighU Series of Thefts On last Saturday night the grocery store of AIr Joseph A Shader was broken into 4 by burglars The cash drawer was rifled of its contents which fortunately amounted to only a few cents The recep tacle of a cigar wheel was also broken open and nickels amounting to about a dollar and fifty cents were taken No goods have as yet been missed- Thegrocery store of W P Lawrence was recently entered by thieves and a small quantity of goods taken A few months ago the store of P J Thomas was also broken into and burglarized- No clue to the identity of the guilty party or parties has been discovered though it is believed that the same party or gang of thievesis responsible for the several thefts and every effort will be used to apprehend the guilty parties I 1906 CROP GOESI i TO LOUISVILLE i For Storage In Louisville Tobacco Warehouse CoNo Sale Of Crop Is Made The Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Company is shipping the 1906 crop to Louisville in large lots for storage in the Louisville Tobacco Ware house Company Seven carl ads have been shipped out within the past week and the remainder will follow ma few days Room is thus being made to receive and house the 1907 drop which is now being delivered and which will come in in big lots from pow on The 1906 crop which is being shipped to Louisville has not been sold but is being shipped there for storage for the present GOES TO LEXINGTON BRINGS BACK BRIDE Mrs F A Ware Arrives From Blue Grass Metropolis Today To Join Husband Air F A War grader at the Washington County Tabocco Ware house Compan in this city and one of Springfields most popular young business men is not often caught awayc from his business duties and when he left Springfield several days ago for his old home at Lexington he stated that it vas one of the most important business trips of his life an4one he was very much averse to shirking Mr Ware went on matrimonial busi ness and she whose heart and hand he won arrived ih Sjpringfield today to join her husband whose business dutir j called him back to this city several days ago 1 c Mr Ware was married to Miss Mary They1V t CALliD TO NEW FIELD 1 Rev WVH Williams Highly Honored By Kentucky Baptists ttThe Rej WH Williams pastor of the Baptist church in this city was honored last week at the annual meet ing of the State Sunday School BoaiISof the Baptist church by being Chosen field Secretary for the Board for the ensuing year The election of Rev Williams tothe above position came as a complete sur prise to him as he had not soughtbeS place and did not knowthat was offered in connectionjwith hi1narile retarvship until he was had been chosen Rev Williams was the unanimous choice of the Board for the position of Secretary Besides be ng a position of much honor and en tailing considerable responsibility and diligent work it is quite remunerative and holds out flattering inducements to one engaged in religious work Rev Williams is yet undecided wheth er or net to accept the new work ten dered him He is deeply interested his pastoral dutie in Springfield and is loth to give Up the religious Work he is so actively and successfully engaged in in this city Rev Williams is one of the most popular young ministers everm Spring field and not on1Yhis congregation but the people generally of this city and community trust that Providence may decree him to forego the advan tages the proffered position offers and remain ill Springfield Rev Williams hopes to be able to give his decision to the people at the regular services of the Baptist church next Sunday morning The Baptist Argus in commenting on the position offered Rev Williams his the following The State Board has enthusiastical ly chosen Rey William Harrison Williams field secretary of its Sunday school department Bro Williams is the pas tor of the Springfield churcn Ky the son of the honored and lamented William Harrison Williams exeditor of the Central Baptist of Missouri He is a brotherinlaw of Drs W L MdGloth Jin and Everett Gill He is a lovable Brother geniaff smiling cultivated educated and consecrated to the work He is unmarried and so if he jaccepts he can make his hone in his puit case There is no necessity how jever after a time of his remaining in Such a miserable state Argus Voices we are sure the entire state in tobegin I TOBACCO DRIER Installed at Washington County Tobacco Warehose Companyi The home of the Washington Couhty Tobacco Warehouse Company has been equipped with a modern and improved Tobacco drier It is the tonlmake and has a capacity of 25000 pounds a day putting the tobacco in excellent condition The new machine has just beeIiI stalled and is among Athe first of xit kind in use outs1deflarger citiesvvii 3 f t SSSi tri d fr r Ii i ttidF 1THESPRINGFIELD STUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1907 r w IIt il Farms JNb 20L farm 128 hcres one mile II S of Texas good 4 room dwelling god barn well fqnced price 2000 t JandIacresv 5 niles north of Springfield good dwell I rand barns mostly in grass price sro per acre t No 205 Farm 130 acres situated fTimes west of Springfield dwell ing and barn good corn arid tobacco b laid all lies well Prica16 per acre f206 187racre farm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling house 2 1 barns well fenced and watered Price 37iJ 07 52 acre fhrmy10Ciited li miles soiithwest of Springfieldood dwell iijr barn and all other outbuildings Trajroyements new and in first cjass repair Price 5000 208 12 90 acre farm 4i miles from Spring ieJdall good land Six room d elling stockand tobacco barn wire fenced All the land in a high state of cultivation and lies well Price 60 per ace 08100 acre farm 3i miles from Springfield small dwelling house and barn wire fenced and mostly in e grass Price 2000 239 300acre farm near Willisburg KyL Good 5room welling barm all lIeS well Mostly in grass Price 40 per acre 2 108acre farm located 8 miles west of Springfield Good house and barniwell fenced and watered Near Tai way station Price 3500 p 212 100 acre farm located 7 miles from Springfield G 6d small house andi barn 50 acres in bluegrass Pnce 100 J i REAL KY =f So l f To Be r 1 i j Oct 4The Cntten fen f peace tree which for over forty years has stood in the botanical gar den will be tomorrow and ciitlt it also goes the Beck tree De pitf the protest of William R Smith df the botanical the old oak planted by John j four termsa Senator from Kentucky and twice the Attorney Gen eral of the United States and the elm f f larjted by James B Beck three terms l a Senator from the same State will be felled to make way for the foundation df tjie proposed statue Of the late Presf idenlt Grant which is to L be Grant Memorial M Smith has with tie War officials begging i tnenito allow the foundation to be built I only ten feet westward in order that I tile trees may be spared His protest h w3ver seems and the cutting down the trees will pi ot ably be i Fhe Beck tree was planted by Sena to 1876 of the gr 3a and value ataiihing to the Crittenden et it is one of the most useful in th country hundreds of its slips hay ln been planted the United Status by I t makes me sick postively sick sai lMr Smi h the fine old Scotchman wh 3for over fifty yearshas had charge t ofj the botanical gardens xne today For Crittenden 1 ha e the warmest regard on account of the efforts made by him to avert war be tw en the States I seems a shame that this tree to hi4 memory cannot be spared In 1860 i John A Bingham of Ohio and Lucius Qaitrjll1 of Georgia were walking thrcugh these gardens on their way to the Capitol They were the pro abilities of secession Bingham had introduced a socalled Force Bill Satrell told him that if he would 1 it and accept the com p romise the State of Georgia would ecede ir but when he reacned the Capitol his associates would not allow him to withdraw the r bill fight for a cpm promise between the North and South folIoed Several days after I spoke to him pt the co nyersati on between Bingham nd Gatrell and in the very spot they stood Crittenden later plan d an acorn from anOak growing in If injuii Ky ma home 4e Crittenden peace tree as 1 nameUiit is known all over the country through Its pieces have v r rc farm 2T2 miles from town All lies vvell and is good land Good of every kind fine wood nd around Dwelling Price i 2L4J 200acre farm tour miles from landI ofI218 210acre farm near Mackyille Ky Good farm all lies well mostly in grass Price 50 per acre creekI45e acre 220 lOO acre farm located S mites e t9f i Small houje and good barn rlce 2600 1 22L 191 acre farm located 6 miles north of All lies well good S35 per acre grassllgoodimpS50 peracre 223 iSOracr j farm 6 miles west of pririgfield al good land good dwelling hoe and arns 60 per acre 224 100acrii farm located near Mackyil e Ky Good dwelling twoi barns Price S JOOQ 225 40acr farm located 4i miles from Springfie d All good land lying h use and barn arid well fenced Price 845 per acre 226 i50acr farm located 3 miles south ot ments o every kind Prbe right 227 00acre farm 3 miles froth Good house and barn and all other Land all lies well is 1undr e and is in the best of shap It ish good place and is a desirable home 50 per acre MCELROY WHARTON AND ESTATE AGENTS SPRINGFIELD IINURARCE p f iPEACE TREE Gmtteflden Oak Named Cut Down Washington destroyed superintendent tlriienden Deconstructed communicated Department unavailing 4rkof commenced tomorrow fBeckin Regardless sentimental pe- acett throughout congressional distribution indiscussing ratter entertained magnificent discussing Iandwitl4raw Crittenjden 1not JJingham consented jjrittendens great 1whei replanting 21b3s0a improvements 4- 0lpe9are Springfield Springfield ImprOTiments wenood Springfieldi Goodiniprove Springfield outbuildings done more for pea e than The Hague Conference jMr Smith has always cherished the memoryIpf that day vIth Crittenden almost as much of the old o kas ije does of his famous Burns library few men in the Government service ve such an extensive ac quaintance vith the older numbers of the Scnae and House as that of Mr Smith arid if Congress were m session the destruction of the tree would be- freyentedl t Unf tu atelyi Washington is bare of statesnen Mr Smith has no one to appeal Ito and his arboreal friend of nearly iaVii century Will have to go unless tiej kctjpg Secretary 9fWar in terferes V hatis a home t Whit cwistitutes a home Folkor inIish A home is expansive indeed for it includeslal1 who are born in its c and many more be sides but it is a thing that grows that is subject to evolution Make the answer tosm yourself let it be whimsi calor seri us but you may be sure that the spirit of home is not to be found in warehouses nor iri the auction shops nor n the rarkeJplaces of the world jt is an etherial essence with a fluency wl ich fills every comer from cellar togaiTets and gives out its perfume even lo the stranger that enters the door if you have ever had a whiff of thIs subtile perfume count yourself fortunate among the children of men fiU iiThe aytoLookatIt- A subscriber once received a dun through the postoffice and it made him matte Went to see the editor about ft and the edit showed him a few duos of his own oheifojc paper wae for tiyPone for rent and several Jdidltcause I kne that all I hatl to do was to ask sciveril reliable gentlemen like you to Qoriieand help me out and then I could settle n of them When the relehtedIpaidAntelope Valey azet ec I Pneumonias Deadly Work had s seriQusl affected mYrightlungr writes Mrs annie Connor of Rural Koute HrV Georgetown Tenn that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction consumption seerhe inevi table until my husband brought Jriome a bottle of Dr Kings New Disc0very which in case 4reandWhen all othe remedies utterly fail you ma still vj in in jthe battle against lung and throat troutyeswith New Dis byHaydonand 1004 Trial bottle free L J r Nelson County News Notes Kentucky Standard Miss LIllie May Bean and Mr T 0 Sullivan were quietly married at St osephs Church yesterday morning at 530 oclock Rev C J OConnell per forming the ceremony Mrs Sullivan is a charming and popular young woman and is a daughter of Mr W P Bean of Coxs Creek Mr SuUiyan is a prosperous and enterpusing farmer of near Bardstown and has a host of friends r Mr Morgan yewel real estate agent j ports the sale made by him of the ArrnstrongAllen farm containing 231 acres and located about five miles east of Bardstown to JMr Lee McGee for 1268996 This farm was former owned H fromjMrone of the fi e farms of Nelson jounty Mr McGee has Minnesota for many years citizen reSidedln Raymond Culver son of the late John Culyer was si pt Saturday afternoon by Arthur Sm th age 22 son of Mr Ed Smith near heir homes on the New Haven pike ab ut one hun dred yards from the stole of Mr Kirby Smiths near the junction of this pike with theGethsemanepike The shoot ing was dope with a single barrel dhot gun at short range and the load took- effeqt in the hjp severing the large ar tery The affair took place about two oclock and the young man lived until about seven A physician was called and reached him at five oJ lock out the loss of blood had been so great that nothing could he done to save his life Mr ArthurSimpson of near Bards town was seriously bruised and hurt internally yesterday attornoon He was running an engine up Millcreek hill on the Loretto pike and cut loose from the separator and was running back to connect with Itagain when th6j water foamed in the engin and conI frol of the steam was lost causing the engine to run back against the separa tor fastening Mr Simpson between the machinery and injuring his stom ach and lungs He fell at the time but revived and ran the engine ab- outaihundrand was taken to the home of his brother Mr R L Simpson Hisicon dition is serious but he is thought to be improving About Kissing Mother A father talking to his careless daughter saidHI want to speak to you of your mother It may pe that you noticed a careworn look upon her face Of course it has not been brought there by any act of yours still it ISI your duty to chase it away I want you to get up tomorrow morning and get breakfast When your mother comes in and begins to express her sur prise go right up to her and kiss her on the mouth You cant imagine how it will brighten her dear face Besides you oeher a kiss or two AlOngi Avhile igo when you were a ld1iways ready to cure by the magic of a mothers kiss the little dirty chubby hands whenever they Were injured with t lose first skirmishes with the rough to d world The Price of Health The price of health in a malarious d strict is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Writes Elia Slayton of NoJand Ark Islew Life Pills cleanse gently and ira pj rt new lite and vigor tO the system 2 c Satisfaction guaranteed at Hay d n Robertson druggists Tile floppiest Man The happiest man in the land today isi successful farmer He sits under his own vine and fig tree undisturbed by the maddening noise of the great city Banks fail railroads go into the hands of receivers booming towns col Japse all business stagnates But tie wise farmer can snap his finger ht these things He is the monarch of all he surveys on his broad acres And the honesty of his boys and the purity of his girls areguarded against temptations and in them he is giving the country its best manhood and woman hood Thq farmer is tobe envied and if He is not contented with his lot he ia lacking inwisdomWest Point News I TaxpayersH Your taxes for1907 are due and the penalty will go on November 1 After that date taxes can not be paid tome and a tax warrant will be issued against you by the county clerk and executed wrihin ten thereafter making an additional to you at 18 per cent fays Come in before No save ad- ditiOnal cost of sale Dont let this matter skip yourmind Nov 1 J S OSBOUBN S WC lt t TRAINING WOODPECKERS Maine Mans Scheme to Turn Rock Maples jIVariety After having spent more t11111 sixty rears and i lore than 10000 in hunt Ing bears jiiul studying the rays of wild Grceiileaf DtvIs of CLltll1cs J begun to raise tame the purpose df using them to cpr vert ordinary rock maples into lli1SO e maple says a Bangor correspondent of the Chicago Tribune Mr Davis i more thah eighty Sixty years ago h inherited a mill property valued at LOCOO which he sod and thou he weiit to the woods tiniler the liaJtnmCllillnn than both o these in number and es teem are thik redheaded sap suckers which pick round holes In the bark of trees making them look like the bottom of an oM style colander The retlhes ded woodpecker made sad havoc in his sap orchard digging holes in hi best naples and impairing the flow of sap from which miTch bf his living was erived It was impossible to kill the birds because Of the com pany they a forded and it was equally impossible t live without the it come from the SJ p orchard The old man spout week i in his grove wutching the result of th wounds which the birds inflicted on he hark As the ll he noticed thaj there was albright red spot left on th wood direct y below the wonnd If the tree was badjy marked the red pots were more numerous than they wqre on trees which had suffered less while on trees which the woodpeckers had not visited there ware no traces of red About this time it occurred to him that as the beautiful markings of the birdseye maple were due to the red spots in the wood and as nobody halT ever been able to account fOr them it was possible that the variety of maple known as folrdseye might owe its origin to the work of the woodpeckers If KO lIe had made a discovery tltnt had balled botanists for years He had also learned how to make his colony of tame wooQpeckers self supporting WHIZZING GQODS TO MARKET Rapid Automatic Delivery Device For Convenience of Farmers Sending his butter and eggs to mar ket at a speed of twentyflve ni lies an hour without moving farther hall his front gate is the scheme which aP in genlous inventor hits devised for the convenience of the farmer says the Fi t burg patch AH the faimer will need to do In case this automatic delivery device be c flies a reality will be to pack his produce illa baskets telephone for a small delivery car if one is not already WIt lOut his gates deposit Ills package when one arrives and collect the re ceipts at the end of the day The butter eggs green stuff or whatever the basket contains is whizzed frqmIand deposited In the central office of the delivery company where some one conveys it to the liiaiket When the selling hours are over the agent returns to the farm r by thq same means pf transportation the cash returns mid any stock left over The delivery is made by means of ja carrier whi h travels on light rails about twelve feet from the ground The carriers deposit while en route mall or packages at any or all of the stations on the line and at the same time collect iniall or merchandise de posited by tIe farmer One man it is claimed can operate at least twelve of these lines 1o make the system stUl more perfect the Inveritors will install a telephone In each house In order that the central otftce may be notified when a car is required One Is to be Installeq near Pltt bur WORSTIREADY FrOR THE Fair Aut ist Carries Poison Against 1Apuny or New York laughingly paid ifne of 50 ant costs the other mornlnjr In the Greoavvlch Conn borough court for reckless running of his car says a special to the New York Times The woman companion of Mr Noble whom he Introduced as Mrs Otto wife of a NevtdaUnited States semi tor talked tOl the sheriff nnd the po lice sergeant hlle the case vas being LAint l to travel so fastT iald Sergeant Talbot No Im HNUHng to take my chances she said But you night get maimed said the sheriff whereupon she pulled up her right sleeve and showing a large gold bracelet said Theres enough poison In that to put me out of my misery If such a thing should happen She pulled up tile other sleeve and nhovlng an emblam of some sort on a gold chain said Do you belong to that You ought to It will keep you from all harm Another Breed of Pheasants Carl Hagenbeck the anlmn king says that he has produced a new breed of pheasants By cross breeding be tween the European and Asiatic pheas ants and a careful process of selection he has produced a stock that weighs three to four pounds heavier than the present European bird says the New Yore Tribune More than 300 birds of the new breed have alreAdy been sent to Walter Rothschild at Trlngj mid more tire to follow HagenBecu de dares that In a few years the game o Europe will be entirely changed If hhi ideas are carried out Lakes OYe flow rSi Jt 5 pikeroom T 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty offluit50 acres PlentyofNo 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre to cco barn with metal roof good granary 10 acres of bottom latid Plenty of locusts 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acres No 66 156 acres 8 miles from Spnmngfieldmtle from pike 4 timber50320 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from Spiingfield on good pike 6 stockbarn75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre wellfencedPrice 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre No70144 J acres good dwelling 8 acres tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timberv Price 60 per acre No 71118acres Smiles from Springfield 6 room dwelling in good repair tenant house 7 atre tobacco stock barn corn tobacco No 731804tres 4 room dwelling in gOod repair small stock tobaccolandNo 74125 acres on good pike 1 mile from schoolclose to stockbarin grass fine orchard a bargain at 2250 per acre No 7527Th acres in mile of Springfield on pike 2 new to Jjbacco barns 1 small house a stable plenty of grass and water C the finest farms in Washington connty cheap No 76 114i acres 6 miles from Lebanon on good pike good 6 l room dwelling 2 good barns outbuildings all farm in grass 30 acres orchard grass well watered under good fence 55 per acre No78P20 acres 8 room dwelling in good repair 2 miles from Springfield i mile from pike on good road good fence 10 acres in grass price 750 roomdwelhnkinds of fruit plenty of locusts i mile from school 55 per acre No 80138 acres 6 miles from Springfield l mile from pike 5 room 2 hall dwelling in good repair good barn some good timber over halt the farm in grass 90 acres of fine tobacco land plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 81160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Spring field on good pike 9 room dwelling in excellent repair tenant house 3 stock barns one 40x60 feet plenty of grass fine tobacco land all necessary outbuildings well watered undergo d Jfence Price 50 per acre t No 82215 acres 10 miles from Springfield on good pike 3 miles from depot 8 room frame dwelling in good repair good stock barn I2 good orchards one peach and one apple plenty of timber plenty of water 125 acres of grass 20 acres of bottom land 56 acres ofifine tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre gOoqroad75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacco land plenty ot locusts good fence plenty of water Price 2000 No 84101 acres good 7 room dwelling 4acre tobacco barn good fence all farm in grass the farm tobacco land situated on good pike close to church and school Price 65 per acre NQ 8556 acres 4 room dwelling small stable meat house bottomlandfrom good pike Price 22 perl acre No 87lb acres 3 miles frojn Springfield J mile from pike 5 Jroom dwelling in gpod repair good barn plenty of water good fence Price30 per acre No 88114 acres 1 mile from Mackville mile trom pike 8 room dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 acres o fine tobacco land good tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre tobacco9arn7tobaccofarmstNo 90260 acres 8 miles from Springfield room brick dwell lOg in good repair farm well fenced 2 good barns will house 12 acres of tobacco 80 acres of first bottom rest second bottom one thefPrice 50 per acre H D LAKE Real pringfieldKy Estate Agent l 8THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL w ON EARTH shortesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a complete course in the test Shorthandadplaces dayGetnor write direct to the school 103f Fourth Avenue Louisville ICy = ITRi= = =LP I rIpIIRI THE SUN AND B thppars yr 175WeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald 125 150Weekly175SemiWeeklySemiWeekly St Louis Globe 175ThriceaWeek 125AmericanAmerican Epitomist 150 150BreedersCountry Gentleman 200 135Farm325Lippincottsne 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 SUnny So- uthTHE 150 SUN J I THE ILyJ Kentucky State Journal IlIlorlMlJted the Capital Staia Pressdispatchesof i w9 ldfullreportsof the Court ofAp the doings of the State adminis tration and all the local news SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE WP WALTON i irankfprt Kyi The Sun and Daily Kentucky Stats Journal J both onajaar Sb4 rt i T I 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1907 41 f S J THE CtilRSE fTHIE I DEADLY COCAINE An item in the news columns of erne 1 Of the New York dailies records the at tempted suicide of a boy sixteen years of age It is probable tn tthis boy will die one can hardly wish that he should live indeed forthe cause of his j X effort to end his life was the cocaine J habit It seems that in the boys home N J this veritable curse has INewark such proportions that a crusade organized totainp out the legal selling or use of the drug Over 100 arrests haye already been made and this unfortunate lad evidently fear d public disgrace if he did not put an end to a ruined lite His relatives had made every effort to cure him of the fatal habit but no means could be found to rob the cocaine of its fascina tion for the boy At the time when he was found half dead several boxes of cocainewere in hispockets The widespread use of this drug has reached a point where cocaine should t be recognized as actually a national menace In China the Government under Yuan ShiHKai is making a steady and determined fight against the opium habit In this country the cocaine habit universally recognized by physicians as the most dangerous of all artificial means of stimulating- 9r deadening the faculties is gaiping headway at a rateso rapid that thosE who haye studied the situation hesitate to predict the probable results Not amongthreached alarming proportions A writer- in one of the current periodicals relates a Case in which the negroes working in a certain place were systematically led into debauchery by a fiend inhuman inducedIuse cocaine and thus reduced them frorn fairly efficient workers to 4idlers or brutes according to their Marion County Notes t A i I k Lebanon Enterprise Miss Minnie McCauley age 19daugn ter of Mr C B McCauley died at the home of her parents MbndaySept 30 1907 of typhoid fever Funeral services Were conducted at St Xaviers church Tuesday by Rev A M Zoeller after which her remains were interred 0in the Catholic cemetery at that place The deceased was an estimable young lady and her death falls heavily uppn her family who have the heartfelt syri E thy of a long list of friends their bereavement lMrs Catherine Downs age 94 of Raywick died While sitting in ner chair I last Friday morning Sept 27 1907 of heart failure Funeral services were conducted Saturday tSt Francis Xayiers church by Rev A M Zoellr alter which her remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery at Raywicfc The deceased was an estimable ray arid has a host of friends who will Tje gret to near of her sudden death r r The Union Gospel Meetings which for three weeks prior to last Sunday were conducted in a tent on Mulberry street by Evangelist M Sr Reesqf Rochester New York assisted by tnepastorsof the various churches in the city closed Monday evening It has been said by one Of the oldest ministers in this city Ithaf never before had there been hold in Lebanon a series of meets that were so largely attended and in which l so much interest was taken Almost each evening the tent which had a seating capacity of 1000 was filled jto lastiQhtjfvho were unable to gain ad sslorifl RevRees is a magnetic speaker ahd makes art address in an earnest and im pressive manner He was always givert the clot attention and the series of Smeetingije has conducted hire are s re to result in agreat benefit to the corn munity e f Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was abut to take leaye of this world on account of indigestion nervousness and general debility n writes A Ar Chir i5lookcdwas persuaded to try Electric BittepsA I and I rejoice to say that they are cur ing me I am now domg business agairt Guar4nteed as of old and afntilI gaining daily gists t 50c ipatural tendencies The c ffect of cocaine is acknowledged to be without exception pernicious f when used for any purpose other than a stnc tfy therapeutic one It debases the mind and much more quick ly thapopium and its effect on the vital almost immediate De teribr ibfrceS1s every part of the bodily system penalty for its use No fpr employing its gencyJwithout a physicians order can yet in spite of all these spite of tfye new laws by socalled medicines con thingSIin aine must be plainly labeled is spreading Without have to thank these medij cnes for a good jart of the evil Atany persons were in the habit of us ing powders contamingcocaine before the nerlaws were enacted without the te suspicion ot the fatal taste wnich they Were thus acquiring Ther is however at thepresent time nbi reason for condoning the action of anyone who in order to put an end to a temporary discomfort endangers the helilth of his mind and body by using any flrhiula which contains co caine without the express orders of a physician Unfortunately we cannot hope that a persistent effort will stamp out the cocaine habitit has gone too far for that but such action will in eyitahljf contribute toward Qiis not merely desirable bqt essential end If we are not to find a large element in oqr population speedily on a lower plane than the Chinese as users of drugs authorities and citizens must cooperate in all parts of the country to mafce theword cocaine abhorred qf eVe y decent person unless used in connect oh with the description of a seance in tHe dentist chair or of a surgical operation Providence Journal FINE SPIDER THREADS Cu Itit d Especially Astronomers Por the Uo of ltivatjon of certain species of spiders solely for the fine threads j hjch hey weave for scientific uses has an mportant bearing upon astron omy No su jstitutip for the spiders thread has yet beeii fouiid for bisecting the screw of the anicrometer used for de termini g the positions and motions or the sta 3 iNot only because of the re markab e fineness of the threads are they VJ luable but because of their Durable qualities The threads of certain spiders raised for astronomical purposes witbsf and nhnn Pd temperatures so that often lp mea urig sun spots they are unin jured i hen the heafis so great that leleIi es lot the micrometer eyepiece inre cra ked f Thesc spidep lines are only onefifth to onei ev pth Ora thousandth of an Inch in Iiameter compared with which the thr ads of the silkworm are large and clu nsK Each ine isrmade up ofiseveral thousands 0 microscopic streams of fluid Under he most powerful magnifying glass tli y apiiear true and round The york pf placing t esq lines in the nfl ometfir requires delicate touch of experts who operate with the aid of microscopes which magnify the line a t lousoud times The lilies aie- placeji parallel with each other and ttv Tone of an Inch apart- Stray torleS f 1BuyitgCookcd Food In Fij uce it is a common thing for the wif to be out at work as well as the hus and From this circumstance no doub bavib developed the facilities that c untrYt affords for dbtainidg ready c joked food outside the home Whole r teals can be purchased loutside and the are very good meals too A whole fwl or a half one or a smaller portion an bej bought hot or cold from the roti sJer Soups andsaladscaii be bought n thejsame way and in shops where eggs are sold there is always a basket f red eggs as well aS white ones tli e red cGlor being usedto indi ea tctl itthe eg stlre cooked All these things are sold at prices within the real h of all and in many homes scarceJj any attempt Is mule to do Cooking Belgiirtn Blows Its Horn BelghinL like many eoutlneiital cquh triek Jus Its patio ai hoard of adveij tlslng The state owning as it does the talli1S must do everything In its power to increase tIle passenger traflie and so IJnglanifahd the adjacent coun tries at ext0iiively placarded with postpra howingjRelgiilms beauty and pleasure spots TIie principal attrac tions an Ostmjd dud its Casino and the pictorial recoils of this resort have adorned the of England fpr many yc ars pasfcjLoudon Graphic J THE SAFEST AND OUIOKESTWAY TO TRANSFER MONEY t is BY v LONg DISTANCE TELEPHONE lA FOR MTES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER r CIJMBERLANDTELEpHONETEEGflApH COiIMCpnPORATED zi 1 1f tS nyAQUEERSLAND No Bottom FoSnei IrAny of the WeMs Bored In Curacoa ijiiracoa is one of the queerest little islands In the Caribbean sea It lies sLty miles north of Venextiela is about sity miles long and twelve or fourteen miles wide and It has a popula tion ormore than oOQOO There is no means of procuring fresh water oh the Island except by saving rainwater in reservoirs A number of wells have been bored under the su pervision of the Dutch government to which it belongs but each ended in a failure theselorlngsthe island They saw that In each and every ci se after a certain depth- was reached the tools dropped out of sight indicating that there Is no solid foundation to the island The borings thrRughhiIIsplaces each with the same ultimate result A few wells have been dug to a lesser depth and brackish un pleasant tasting water Is obtained fit only for manufacturing purposes The apprpach of the raiijy season is always an interesting time The wa ter In the reservoir is low at this time I and the natives eagerly await the opportunity to gather a fresh supply Clothing is never washed there In fresh water but at all hours of the day the beach Is alive with women beating the clothes with clubs on the rocks Buffalo Xewsj INOPPORTUNE DEATHS Men Who Had Thy Lived Might Have Changed History Julius Caesar was assassinated when he had ctlmost completed the task ot consolidating the administration arid dominion of th6 Roman empire and his death opened the way to that despotism and corruption which ultimate ly undid his work Henry of Navarre was killed when he had almost healeti the differences between Catholic and Protestant which subsequently rent not only France but Europe and Wil liam the Silent also fell when he was on the point of uniting the Netberland provinces Intoa compact barrier against the encroachments of Spain In English history Lord Clive died at the moment when he was the one man ivho could have saved the American colonies and kept the AngloSaxon race united But there is the case of Mira behu He was literally the one man iii France who could have averted the horrors of the revolution saved and reformed the monarch and so spared Europe the murderous career of Napo leon and all the devastation it brought If he bad lived ten or even five years longer the history not only of France but of Europe and the world would have been different It isin fact suf ficientto say that lie would have made both Robespierre and Napoleon impos slbleStrand Magazine A Great Leveler Have you everthought what a greatI levelpr the telephone is You never think of meeting some dignitary of church or state or some great so ciety lady on the street and address either with a familiar HeIloIt would be unpardonable rudeness and yetthat Is what you do daily when you use the telephone and nothing is thought ofc it The judge on the bench tine governor in his office the busy coupon clipper at his desk the overworked clerk the lady in her boudoir the artisan at his lathe are all slaves to that democratic Hello it matters not who may be on the other end of the wiresStanberry Owl The Old Commercial Instinct What dp on think of this table SVillianr aVked Mrs Newlyrlcb pointing proudly to the antique piece she had purchased What did you pay for it grunted her Bill of without any moneyiI days One hundred dollars dear I think you ought to have been able to buy a new oneor that returned her unantiquarian informed spouse casting a reflective and scrutinlz ng glance over thE ancient piece of fir niture New Ybrk Heald A Wrong Steer A matliennati1 professor had boen invited by a jeity friend to his squareJresidence in a certain ll 1ll1nsoUlequired of the professor why be Uidmot come to see huh I did come said the raatherrj ti clan but there vas some mistake Yoh told me that yon lived In a sqxu re and I found myself In a parallelogn m so I well t away agaki l V tIThe Point of View You cant get in here on a lajf ticket exclaimed tbe doorkeeper at tI thought I could apologized me sTall town citizen I have a bud L only expected to see bakot tlc show JThen youll have to get two tickets said the doorkeeper 4lf you only have one good eye Itll take you twice as long to see the show Harpers Week The Supreme Test That seemed such a queer marrlhge of Robinsons How did he conid to s lect hIs bride 1 HHc found they had kept tie srrae cook in fh family for twelve years Baltimore American 4A Broad Hint FredLast night as you stpod In the moonlight I couldnt help but think bow much I would like to kiss you Freda Well the SfiYEfurrhe thought of yesterday is the action of today PickMeUp j Or WF rrusty Prac- ticalDentist SPINGFIELD KENTUCKY B mtal work atreasonable prices All work guaranteed Offic over Haydon Barber 8D LAKE1nsuraticeAgenf SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fireand Accident reiabieandworld Your insurance solicited llyttOfficeHfciin u tf SPRINGFIELD =KENTUCKY OFFICE SOURS l 7to9th4to8pm Dr JC Mudd L SPRINGFIELD KENTuCKY STOrOffiE M Dr W W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Haydon Kobertsons Drug Stor Office phone 115 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPTQN M Dt SPRINGFIELD KY j Office in Opera HouseI Office phone No5 Residence No3S j MISS ELLA ADAMS io i NURSE r tTELEPHqNESj Day 49 LrNjgljt 109 L T SCOTT MAYES T ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Vashfngtonandand Federal Courts rc = tCC McCHORD J Springfield Ky Will practice ill all State and Federal Courts WD CLAYBROOKB ATTYAT LAW Springfield Ky WaiutnKtoDandpeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW I tSpringfield Ky t Yaslilngeonandadjoning MARSHALL DUNCAN t LAWYER Springfield Ky 1WiUsh theCps AI AMPBELL AUCTIONEER Spriri iield Ky ailyWillable Thone 84J 1 JOHN f MAYESi Funeral Director M 7And Licensed Ombalnier SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line ofCaskets and Burial Robes Telephone bay 19 Night 74J CLUBBING RATES WITIIJ LOUISVILLE DjAlLIES The Sun and The Louisville oneyear45t00The Journal except Sunday6L10 Same including Sunday 8 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3aThe Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ieiJournal one year 280 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one yearQ 25 The Sun and the EveningJPost one ve k j t 4SSS eqs al su sS1SIStSSSu- qB D LAKES 1 BARGAINS IN REAL H ESTATE goodbarn15 per acre No i70 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good 1 schoolhouseNo 4255 acres three rood bams two dwellingSplenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven mil PS from Springfield plenty timberSoak ash hickory gooddwellingand barns wellwatered onehalf mile from school house and church Godd tobacco land Price per acre 15 No9 65 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre f No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield oh good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 roomdbottomlandNo 19 475i acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Pnc50Idwellingtwogoodtimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 R9 acre inSpringfieldNQ 23439 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school sometimber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bot tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2 mIles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine barn 50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water ih every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 33231 acres in Nelson ounty on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardsrown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 rOom dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long oneOf the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land J NOJ 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap No 35 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will soP as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36 House and lot seven room dwelling Bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Watei1 in house and yard Hot and cold water lover ouse One of best neighborhoods In town 3000 Jr pikeFarmVell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre f t No 39 102J acres good four room dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7i miles from Springfield close to school andchurch Price 30 per a rei x r INo 4OFifty acres four room dwellingrll fenced and good land 09dgrass buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41 220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this milklhouseacre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small t nant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of = fine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre i dwellings9neacres price J I Springfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land andjocust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 peracre No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike In Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twehtyjfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School m NowasteSiiland On farm On rural route Price 47 per acr No 53 A good investment in city property on Min street No 54Town Lots on Grundyand Covington javenues ellingtobacco uated in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best Q farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre- No 57163 acres 3 miles Nor tbo f Mackville on WUlisburg pike 6 rpom dwelfing8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room welling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to scliooland church Price 30 per acre No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 otfruitplenty of tobacco land Price15000i s t No6iI25 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 landNo 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to schooT and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 peV acre No 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre lobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco li1t nlenty of water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre B D Lake Springfield II IIIIt lei f IlI4 1 r v t i r T r x 1 8 i rTHE4 SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1901rr JL rTheStove Season 1 Is at hand and every housekeeper should be considering the bestAIand most economical way of heating the house th e winter the price of coal soaring higher each day it is Important thatIyou select the stove that will e t e most heat wIth the ITURYto any home Call and see our line and get pri e1J ISHULTZ MCELROY I If See what C stings IA I Illieij pUggeSllOlryou nted for tl Old Stove and Have them Ordered Before br1 thlJ If SPRINGFIELD SUN TISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR 0 In Advance v J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher f Jfatered at the pos ffice at Spnn field a a Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION f One Yearr 100 50 Three Months 25 J L DEMOCRATIC TICKET J For Senator J c W Beckham For GovernorS W Hager For Lieutenant Governor South Trim ble For AuditorHenry M Bosworth For TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Secretary of StateHubert Vree land For Superintendent of Public Schools OWinfreyFor K Hend j rick j t1 For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman FoClerk of Court of AppealsJ B v Chenault Tor Railroad Commissioner C C McChord FprSta e Senator J Roeers Gore For RepresentativeW C McChord Mcfhord Given 1 If t Opposition f r J Louisville Times x Jn spite of the fact that a majority- of the members of the Republican Com mittee of the Second railroad district declined to even call a convention to nominate a candidate to oppose C C McGliobrd the Democratic nominee op posItio Jhas at list developed in the person of Col L E Tarlton a promi nent Republican Jajwyer of Frankfort Late Saturday oon a petition was tiled with the Secretary ot State at Frankfort containing the requisite n mbefof names and requesting that Col Tarpons nanie go on the ballot under iihe Log CabI as the Republican nominee This move was ma a in direct oppose epubI1canIeadersyho business interests c f Louisville and Kentucky by opposing Mr McChord Many of the is men s organiza tions in this State had indorsed the can didacy of Mr McCho d and the Repub lican leaders with few exceptions bez Jifeved that it woulda the best policy Stateri oppos Statelticketag was apparent when tl e committee met here several weeks ago and Ben L Bruner candidate f r Secretary of State led the fight againstcalling a convention Regardless of busi less afflliations business men ot XiOi isVille and Ken JOTTINGS WITH A LOCALESSENCEii DEPARTMENT STORE j There is talk of a department store or Springfield A conversation was overheard the other day between some prominent individuals people who have the coin and know hovjr to invest it profitably looking to the building ofa handsome brick business house for the above purpose That tie convey stion was not mere idle idlK was seer from the plans outlined and the bright prospects pictured for such an enter p ise is the purpose of the pro toIe a or story building on the vacant lots on Main street where the burned buildings stood and to stock it with everything conceivable from a threshing machine to a sewing needle It was also planned to run a wholesale grocery and dry goods store in connection to supply the merchants of the surrounding towns and country Those interested in the project expressedno doubt as to its success and pointed to other towns where department stores are being operated successfullythat are con ceded to lack the essential qualities to success that Springfield possesses and haVenot the surrounding country sudh SpringIproposed enterprise became a reality a stock company with sufficient capital to make it a success would control it and from the earnest and businesslike manner in which the venture was discussed coupled with the personnel of those interested it seems a proba bility that Springfield will in the not distant future add to her list of upto date business houses and enterprises a firstclass wholesale and retail depart ment store THE POST CARD MANIA The post card mania in Springfield like everywhere else is growing to enormous proportions as shown by the local postoffice receipts for this class ot mail matter alone Last year there was a big run on them and the figures giving the increase for the first six months of this year over the same period for last year show the growth in popularity of this form oL communica tion There was an increase in round numbers of 3850 for the six months at the Springfield postoffice650 more souvenir post cards mailed each month of this year than last In July August and September a steady growth was maintainedthe latter month all pre viqus records being brokeni PrincihPally to the latter however contributing morel rgelyo Uncle Sams revenues in this way than their elders Observation at the local postoffice reveals the factthat children often forego the pleasure of candy eating to buy stamps with their pennies and that they end them Promiscuously These children in most in stances are too Ypung to compose letters and they have adopted this happy meth 3f carrying on correspondence witJtheirfr ends The receipts from twocentstamps are as large as e ver tHus showing that the postcard craze has had little effect in making letter writing a lost art with Springfield people A TIP TO LOVERS Just a tip to hesitating lovers Noon else isinterestedexcept the preach ersand no one else need read While the farmer is worrying with the high price for labqr the laborerer kicking abort the increased cost of living the merchant ranting about the advance in goods and the husbandcussingto himselfthe extravagance in feminine headgear you have a cinch in the little Business you are soon to embark in Marriage ceremonies are being per formed at the same old price in Springfield but it will not always be thus The preachers are talking of declaring a strike organizing a combineor form ing a coalition of some kind to raise thee price of marriage ceremonies in proportion to the increased cost of living It would be a good idea for you to get spliced while the fall bargains in ceremonies are oh as the increase may likely take effect the first of the year Dont say you were not warned if when you drive up to a ministers housei you should see the sign Marriage Cerr monies 5 apiece or three for 10 Of course the sign will not mean than you will have to get married three timjas or have three ceremonies said at jyour wedding in order for you to get the reduction in the latter two ceremonies It should bEan incentive to you to scare up two more couples all splice in and get spliced together If you think this would stamp you asa tightwad putyour future intended on to this game and heres wagering that if theres not a triple wedding it will be for lack of material Our adyice to you bowever is to hurry befora the advance If the girl wont let you hurry tell her aboutthe proposed ad vance and youll hive no more troubles nor heartaches nor sleepless nights nor loss of appetite fdr she has scented a bargain MARSHAL GRACES PANAMA HAT It is quite infrequent that the Walton Hotel is bothered with undesirable Wouldbe guests and yesterday when a evI i re forameal Ml ager Rice rebelled and informed old Brindle that the hotel did njot pirectrdherbelow Brindle s peristency finaljy broight forth Marshal Grace who was sitti ig in the corridor and the mariner MarshhlIBrindle made a lunge for his head did Mr Grace discover that his straw hat had brought forth such persistent unlady like behavior from Brindle 1 tiicky have indorsed the candidacy of roads in the country He is held in Mr TiflcChord and it was not believed high esteem by the members of the Interstate Commerce Commission andin view of this fact that he would have he is frequently consulted and called oppositionfor reelection His serviceson for his opinion bY the members of as chairman of the Kentucky the na tional body Commission were recognized as being most yal able by the business men of Move to Franklin County the Stats and they are desirous of keeping him in the position where he can protect their interests against the JMr Sam Dragoo and mother Mrs railroads To this end a nonpartisan j Dragoo who have beer living in movement to indors his candidacy the Valley Hill section of the county swept through practically the whole for several years leave this week for State Franklin county to make their future Mr VlcChorJ is regarded as one of home the pdt posted men on rai road tariffs and other matters pertaining to rail Subscribe for The Sun 100 yea IIIII 0 I Public Sale Y- Oct23O7Of Young Stallions Fillies Colts Brood Mares J Jacks Jennetts Work Mules Hogs Etc at HIGHLAND VIEW STOCK FARM LEBANON KY j l t IIwill sell some choice Trotting and Saddle bred young Stallions Colts and Brood Mares in foal Young Jacks Jennetts in foal several pairs extra large Work Mules registered Berkshire and DurocJJersey Hogs fat Heifers baled straw and hay Some of the young Stallions are outot producing dams and by Todd 2141 Gazette Norvin Wsire of Highland Boy 223 and others One above2O7t I Todd colt is half brother to Allert son of Allertson 209J that stepped a milelast week in 216quarter in33eighth in 15f s cond- sTERMS25 and under cash Over S six months ankable note 6 per cent interest LUNCH 1130 SALE 1230 John B Wathen Jr CAPT T D ENGLISH Auctioneer leban in Ky 1iI T LONG RUN On the night of the 4th the Pleasant Hill church Marion county with Bro H P Hatchett pastor and BroW R Davidson of Danville Ky asas sistant closed al most gracious meeting- of twelve days which was an old time boyhoodIprayer and were happily convested and saidts shouted the praises of God The church and community had a spiritual feast of good things This is the fourth meeting Bro Davidson has held with this church Fourteen were added to the church by experience and baptism This is the best meeting this church has had for years Barring two sermons by the pastor Bro Davidson did the preaching in an unusually earnest effectual w yand no wonder for he loves God supremely and his ellowman as a brother and somehow wins his way into the hearts of his hearers He came over to Beech Grove with Bro Hatch ett and preached two fine sermons to his flock on Saturday and Sunday His subject on Sunday was Service his thingsbeto all He calls sinners torepentance- and Christians to a higher life What we need is to let God make what he wants to out of us The speaker would love to live in a church where every one wanted to do just what GodWanted them to do Moses had the old time andreligionour fathers and mothers also No sad ness but sunshine and gladness in Gods service Homemade garments of sor row and sadness are the worst of all One consecrated boy or girl is worth a wagon load of these old grumblingI Christians of OQor 400 years service was profitable and npleasant throughout After bidding the preachers goodbye Bro Hatchett went ta hold a meeting with the Mlt Wash ington church Bro Davidson to his fields of labor in ithe mountains and the rest of us to our homes The Beech Grove church has called Bro Hatchett for an indefinite length of time A BROTHER HILLSBOROI Mrs Mollie Wycoff of Mackville has brought on he new line of fall millinery and she kindly invites all to come and see her stock before buying elsewhere Mesdames Sabe and Thomas Coulter and children spent Sunday with the family of John Perkins Several from around here attended SundaycMrs Tom Baker and daughter Miss Susie Edgertqn were in Springfield Sunday JMrs Tom Bailey spent several days the first of the week with her parents and other friends at Texas Rev W E Sutherland and wifeof Buffalo LaRue county are visiting Rel atives and friends at this place Mr BotH McIIvoy and family spent Sunday at Willisburg farmers are through cutting to ITbe around here and are readyto cut Mrs B H Mcllyby and little son John Robert spent Tuesday last with Mrs Lucy Clark Mr J C Gordon and wife of near Texas spent Sunday night and Monday with his sister Mrs Levie Bailey Mr B H Mcllvoy and Mr John Gil hspie spent Tuesday in Springfield Mrs H J Cocanougher and little daughter Rose of Texas spent sever al days the first of last week with her daughter Mrs Tom Bailey Mesdames Ethel and Flossie Coulter spent Monday with Mrs Nan Scott i MIsses Maud and Eva Inman andMr Ernest Shewmaker spent Sunday after noon at Fenwick Several from this place attended meeting at VVillisburg Sunday Perry Ruby wife and little chil Idren of Chaplin spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr J M Shields and family v Mr John Settles spent from Satur day until Monday with nis brother Mr Sam SettJof Lebanon Miss Susie Edgerton has returned home after a two w eeks visit in Louisville Mr Otis Harmon and family spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mack ville SPR1IIGFILDSPOPULAR PLEASURE RESORT 1 oc Howling 10 1 AND POOL TABLES I g WILL OPEN FOR THE PUBLIC IN A FEW DAYST- he Bowling Alleys have been repaired a- Id put in first class condition and are now about the best alleys in the State and we assure the people of Springfield and WaShing On county 54that they have as good sport as can be found anywhere It will be remembered that Springfield had one of the best Bowling teams in the State last year which is much strongerthis year will take part in the Tournament in Cincinnati about March We have purchased three new Pool Tables and the Lovers of the sport are invited to call upon us The Building is now being repared and wee Will be ready for business as son as our New Pool tables arrive which are on their way now CAMPBELL LEACHMAN Props SPRINGFIELD KYO I ii t t I YTa 7 I i d ttH SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OcTOBER 9I907 5 t J c r ifc SCH0IfJlL t SOYS rndGIRLS11 7j + THE SALESMANS NAME IS BUSTER BRO41N THC BRIGHTEST BOY IN TOWN V WHEN DAIUTYJANECOMES TO flE KfroWS THE VEfcY KIND JprU BuYrsEUSrEfrBHOvri BLUE ARC THE ND THAT tt irY HE rR J1D THJtrALwjw fIT11iEtoE I Thr t h Ziegler Shoes DUSTER BROWNS lJ BLUE RIBBON SHOES FOR JF6IRLse1 n Dr J1 M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Paine CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfiel p 7 Ky office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes PATTERN HATS Pattern Hats received each week and on display at ray store every Fridav and Saturday MRS WILLIAMS NOTlfEThe ladies of the Spririg geld Cpristian church will give a court day dinjier to which all are invite the4th Monday In October Dont forget we are in the corer with a full line ot stores and furniture kb Get oiiiv price before you buy r At Campbells insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company the only company that pays its losses in full J N Wells GeneralIlInj1Junction City Ky FOR SALE Two good wagons f M H JONES Co M AM Shirley CpWiIlisburg + want to hire a coming year Good House 4 furnished FOR RENT Mrs Laura West 15 ac esof corn ground near St Rose Apply to W F Grigsby Springfield v See our cent counter Will be loaded andreadlfor your inspection Saturday 12 At Campbells FOR SALEOn e Deering Corn Harj vestergood as new Will sell hap1 J K WALLS Springfield Ky R F D No2 Notice is hereby given that the 5 per cent penalty has been added to all unpaid schoo1 X for 1907 which must be paid in sixty days from this date or a tax warrant will be issued and placed in theSnands of the sheriff for collec tion G CWHARTqN Secy The regular quarterly meeting of the Springfield Baptist church will be held next Sunday afternoon at three jouclock- f The entire membership is most earnest Ifcrequested to be present tA eLuc R16COk GIRL Just received in he Latest Styles o Patterns oo f 350 and J it 400 = J 30 or 40 pairs shoes en and women at a very low price fort At eIl WANTEO A W P Lawrences deliVerYbOfqat r FOR 0SALEOne suit f fufrniture 20 one sideboard 15 T be seen at MRS GEORGE COLVINS We have only aboutfive carloads ot coal left and those wish ngto avail themselyes of our low prices should order now M H JONES We are still in the lead for all your produce Cash if you dont need aii Y goods At 9Pbe1ls JV petition is being circulated among citizens residing in tha portion of the city to have the cros ingat the junction of Covington ave ue and Main streets repaired the pet tion vtrilf be presented to the City Coun jl at its next regular mqeting for official action 1T will offer for sale my farm of 254 acres sitiiated at HillsborOj for thirty days This is one of the besttobacco farms in the county pl nty Qf grass and water good ten acre t bacco barn On easy terms For further particulars call onO W tailings or D LAKE lit Young Men and Ladies v ith ambition Should learn Telegraphy Under the new S hour law whichs n to effect next March over 1800Ilidditiorial Telegraphers are required by the Rail roads in the United State Positions pay Il60 to 80 per non th to be ginners You can quali y i i 3or 4 months time For full de ails write to the National Telegraph Istit ite Gin cinnati Ohio IjFor Sale PriV Hangroper will offer for sa e rig ate Laundry j Alcng with this sa e goes the lease onI store room and cold 4istorage Making very11 cheap r and a very desirablepofht o do bUSI IiIparticulars t call orkor address W P LAVRENCE Sri fi ld Ky f L ttenf1 s lI This is the season ofwhen you J Inis of S oe too much care can not be exercised and therfare several points that should be especially noticed and they are tl ComfortDurability Not many Shoes combine these three es sentials and when you do run across a make that does ypu will be wise to stick to it BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon Shoes Are the Standard School Shoes for B oys and Gyrls and have made for themselves aational reputation and are universally worn Th zy have the three essentials Style Comfort an 1 Dura bilityvear the longest look the nicest and feel the most Comfortable You will make no mistake when you shod yourself with aair of BUSTER BROWN BLUE RIBBON Shoes They of every Boy and G rland Parents who buy this brand of Shoes Dr their ch1drenprais BrownJ Blue Ribbon Shoes Surround your Childrens Feet with the best Shoe influence COMFORT AND STYLEat Little Expense Robertson Claybrpoke Co INCORPORATED Springfield Kentucky the jin1uingagencies nessFor makefriends LAWRENCES LEADERS Readthis Column and Save Money f Wantec to exchange grocer ies cabbageV potatoes corn eggs and butte J Lawrences Grocery Cojntrv produce of all kinds wanted at Lawrences Grocery Remember you can buy groceries cheap for cash at V Lawrences Grocery sal1noA few more bargallis in tin andor glassware at k Lawrences Grocery Two 5c cans Baking Powder for 5c Two 5csticks Wiggle Stick blueing for kc When in needof fruits vegetables and groceries call at ILawrences Grocery When you have mork vege tables than neededexchange them for groceries at v Lawrences Store Cash paid for eggs al- pLawrences Grocery You cats buy ceeap for cash at Lawrence Grocery f You cnfind lots of good things to eat at1 Lawrences Store t FOR SA EBuckbard and two sets light and heavy harness W P LAWRENCE Notices i Having sold our grocery store to give possession Nov 1 you willbe able to get some good bargains in glass and queens yare from now till then at Campbells Grocery 1 We are Agents for the Celebrated 0000000000000 0- Q a Personal Notes I a 0- Oi Visitors In and Out of TownA o 0 0Personal108QO O ao oooo0 a The two children of Mr Ed Bob Ii t Roller and Fannie are both very d ngerously ill with typhoid fever The many friends of Miss Jennie C aycroft will be glad to learn that she is steadily improving Mrand Mrs Foster Baird of Lou is Hie are guests of Rev and Mrs G ti Lyon this week Air and Mrs Wm Wright jf Clarence Mo will visit this week the family of Taylor Spaulding Miss Annie Mayes has returned fro 1a trip to Jamestown New York and Washington City Misses Lucy Selecman and Viola Brown spent several days in Bloomfield last week the guests of Miss Lucile McClasky Miss Lillie SimmS of Lebanon at gIOctwas here the first of the week 4JMrs M Hansbrougli and Miss Nettie Hansbrbugh of Hodgenvilfe are visiting Mrs J Ro ers Gore Mr Will Selecman is in Louisville where he will remain for a few weeks completing a course in stenography Mrs Bell Bowen of Louisville is at the ho 1meltayt- vl 7l Blanford of Louisville visited i is motherof near town last week rMr arid Mrs W E Leachman left Monday for Louisville where they will mare their future home rMiss Rebecca McElrpy of Lebanon spent several days at the homeof Junge I H Thurman Mrs Edd Kelly has returned toher home in Louisville She was accompanied by her brother Mr Will Hamil JleIMr EdWIn Carlile Litsey of Leba non visited at the home of Judge W E Selecman the first of the week ir LITTLE INDIANS SNOW AND CROW f EsxtrioLITTLE E DOhIT YOU WISH THAT YOU WERE ME w WHY 2 BECAUSE I WEAR BROWNA 1E C UBBON SHOES0 a THAT DOTIRL00rK MUD1 Fi I Hanan ShoestI rMiss Lula Timmons of Lebanon LspentNannieSimms Mr G C Wharton vps in Louis ville Tuesday on business j Mr and Mrs Charles Tumey and family left Monday for Indianapolis to make their home Mr J L BarBer was in Bards town Friday c Miss Catherine of Lebanon was here WednesdayI Miss Effie Thurman has returned to her home in Danville after a visit JD plisses Myrtle and Mabel i rice Mr Ben Simms wasIn Bardstown Thursday on business Mr and Mrs Louis Rogers were in Louisville last week on business Miss Susie Penn is visiting her father in Georgetown Mr Watt Clements of Louisville attended the SimmsClements wedding Tuesday Mr H M Moss attending the Lexington fair this week Vlr Will Hagan of Lebanon was here Tuesday Miss Margarite Bunnell ot Lebanon spent Sunday here Mrs Edwin Carlile Litsey and Litseylofparents Judge and Mrs = W Ei Selec I man Mrs Hugh Noe and children are visiting relatives in Harrodsburg Mrs 1 H Thurman visited in Louisville lasiweek Mr Albert Lake of Cincinnati was the guest of his brother Mr B p Lake Saturday and Sunday Mr Jim McCabe has returned from a visit to French Lick Mr Wm Smith of Louisville was in Springfield several days lastweek Mr and Mrs J R Wharton were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Virginia Lisle of Lebanon visited Miss Fannie McElrty last week T Mrs T W Simms arid son Will R visited in Lebanonthe first of the week Mr C W Oder of Fenwick is in Louisyille buying a new stock of goods MrJ oim Spalding of Bardstown visited in Springfield Sunday Miss Zena Arnold of Boylecounty- is a visitor at the home of Mr S M Campbell BUSTER BROWNS HEART AND STOUTESPECIALLY So WHEN ABOUTFORSHES r AND HER HEART IS TRUE x TO SROvrnJLUE SHOE AND ALSO X BUSTER aWITH A aIG USTERS LOST HIS mJ B co IW IMessrs Will F Simms and Alex Barber will leave next week for Oklahoma on a prospecting tour Should the country come up to their expectations they will probably locate there Miss Ruth Hadley of Campbells ville is the guest of Mrs C R Mc Whorte J 1 1tMr C R McWhorter was in Leb ahon on business Monday fl Church News r pTheof the Methodist dhurch is holding this week a week of prayerT e sorciety of the local church will hold a prayer service Saturday afternoon at 34 oclock There were three additions to the Methodist church Sunday and two to the Baptist church The Rev G W Lyon will preach next Sunday at 11 oclockm at Pleasant Run and at 3 p m at May est Chapel Rer ant Mrs G W Lyon wish to exsress their deep appreciation of the hearty welcome accorSed their retUIzti to Springfield for another year by they members of the Methodist church arid the people generally 4 4 w 1 For H S I FARM t of ISO AcresiSito a stedroad6 irir miles frbm Springfield emgt The farm has on it a new v with telephone and rural route service all necessary outbuildings 2 everlasting wells 2 ponds 50 acres in cultivation the rest in grass 25apres of good tobacco land x Price 14 Per Acre If R A- iWheatley1 Springfield Ky R D No I fd c4 i 3 t i to J w JJeE I ITHESPRINGFIELD SUNt WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 907 CALL fORELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Setv Regular term of Washington County Court Aug 1907 This day came T J Miller and filed 11 petition with twenty legal voters of the Willisburg precinct No3 of Wash ington County and moved the court to hold an 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 highways in said precinct It Is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election will open the polls and have placed on their bal lots whether or not stock shall be al lowed to run at large on the public pfrecinctCopy BOOKER Clk In compliance with the above order given from the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters of Willisburg Precinct No 3 ot Washing ton County that the polls will be open on the next regular November election day 1907 for tne purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large on the public high way in said Willisbure precinct No3 J S Osborne SWCi g CALL fOR ELECTION f pTATE OF KENTUCKY g W WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct 4 Regular term of Washington County Court Aug 1907 This day came H R Thompson and Jfiled petition with twenty legal voters of the Springfield precinct NoB of Washington County and moved the court to hold an 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 1rgeon the public highway in said pre thesheriffopen the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be publichighwayCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk 1 In compliance with the above order given from the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters of Springfield precinct No8 of Washing ton County that the pulls will be open on the next regular November election day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether on not stock xshall run at large on the public high way in said Springfield precInctNo 8 oJ S Osborne S W C + CALL FOR ELECTION I 4f STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTONCOUNTY Sct iCouQtyCThis came J G Howell and filed gpetition with twenty legal voters of the y1akville prechlt No6 of Wash ington County the court to hold an 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 f precinctland officers of said election will open 1the polls and have placed on their bat lots whether or not stock shall be al lowed to run at large oh the public precinctcBOOKER elk Icompliance with the above order CountyCourt Washington on the next regular November election day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at on the public high way in said Mackville precinct 3 r Ji S Osborne S W C I CALL FOR ELECTION r 1XTATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set Caiied term pf Washington County Court Sept 1907 This day came A L Litsey and filed aipetition with legal voters of the Kelly Shop precinct No 11 of Washington County and moved the court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1907 to take the vote ih said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highwayain said precinct It is ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election Will open the polls And have placed on their ballots whether 6V not stQck shall j be allowed to run at large oh the pub precinctCopy Clk In compliance with the above order given from the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters of Kelly Shop precinct No 11 of Vash ington County that the polls will be In the next regular November election day 1907 for the purpose of Voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large on the public highway in said Kelly Shop pre cinctNo 11 J S Osborne S W C CALL fOR ELECTION l iSmATElOF KENTUCKYft r WASHINGTON COUNTY Sett Regular term of Washington nty Court Aug 1907 JThis came James Wall and filed afpetition with twenty legal voters ot the Mooresville precinct No2 of or WashingtonCOunty and moved the court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1907 to take thp vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at preiiinctsheriff 1and rlHcerspf sud electIon wIll v open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highway in said precinct Copy Attest W F BOOKER Glk In compliance with the above order CountyCourIMooresville precinct No2 cf Washington vjuuiicj tha Liit uuuo will be open on the next regi JarNovember election day 1907 for tti e purpose of voting in said precinct as t a whether ot not stock shall run at la ge on the public high way in said foo sill precinct No2 iJ S Osborne S VC ON CAREOF DOGS How to Feed ash Exercise areI House Them Remember that a dog digests its food very slowly so s buld never have more than two meals it day Avheu In health The food should be plain wholesome and nutritious i JDOVO all things says Country Life In America avoid pre serves and sweetmeats of all kinds sugar hot toastj tea and other stufl of that kljkl Feed yojur clot rreguiarly If you give him One me a dar let itlleatmidUa 18 two inprning and evening and alwajja at th4 same hour Let the cat until ie is satisfied for if he Is ted regular y you need have no tear that lie will orge If your pet is to be kept hi thai house he will require very little meat a small piece every third dUy gnavIon A bone is a great to digestion apd keeps thfe teeth in good condition Give bread soaked in meat gravy biscuit soaked in nilkj oatmeal orai e or potatoe4 and o ice pr twice a week green vegetables Scraps of beef mut ton etc from the table are all that is needed in the w yot meats Avoid giving liver Dog biscuit is good for a change Many owners feel fish now and then to dogs bu wej have had dogs that such food always caused jto suffer from skin disease Let your jdog ha re water as often as he wants It Give your dog regular exercise Do not take him out for an airing at the end oa chain That Is not exercise Turn him loose and let him run Exercise either before feeding or sometime afterward for exercise qn a full stomach is likely to cause fits Do not wash your dog more than twice a month 1C you keep his coat well combed and bushed once a month will be often enou h When washing use tepid whtor nd some good dog soap asin this wcy you wiH kill fieas and clean the do at the same time Rinse out iliasoap thoroughly and then douche the dog icold water after which rub j If you og outside provide a good dry drYf Ith a southern eir posure an clean bedding of wheat or h nge the bedding frequently sp nklea littleoIfof peppermint over tie straw now and thenjust enough to let you knpw it Is there It you cun get the dry peppermint use that It will help to Eeep the dog c ear of fleas Rememberjthat if the k rinei1shot cheerful or If your dog is pampere loi Dvertedhewl11be likely to ifed pcr v l rTorIas your waist Thr Jw yourself on your back facing the lioe Hold chin up as high as possible ThIS will submerge your ears but1 dont letf this strange sensation worry you says Country Life In Ar erIca If thewa ter closes over your head simply close your mouth and remain stilly rind straight you will go under for a sec ond only Xow throw your arms out wide behind your hick and throw odt- your chest Old y mf dhin highliiI hale through the mouth lxhale through the nose Youiare now in the ideal floating attitude Never lift your head Keep straight and still chest np toes showing c ilh high and ears submerged Try tc float AS long as possiblejSrbecause tis exercise forms the basis not only for swiminiiig on the back anatror Hi e saving but also for sustaining your elf quietly Iri the water for hours A thirty minute float is a very respectable per onnance I How t04bhoose Becoming Hats If a woman has harp or decrdedly prominent features et her avoid hats that are set back or aff the face Such a woman slioiuld w ar a hat brought well forward her air should be as fluffy as posslblej anj a becomihgveil wfll do wQnders harp outlines in h tssbonJd also be avoided by her Lace edges and In ented brims nIl good If the features are irregular a hat with the brim rushed here and there Is usually a suitable setting On the other hand the woman with U t small or fin t llose should not wear a hat that su ficlenUy to make the nose appear evi n more insignifl cant or a hat hat dwarfs it A hat under medium n asize and nvith Ismail flowers pr sho t tips or rows pjf moderate size should be worn How to Make a erve Plow The nerve pillow Is something which physicians recommend and which can be easily made at home Gather or lluyn quantity of dried herbs such ag bop or catnip leaves themswcetsweet smelling sleepy things as oiie can think of Dry and powder and mix all together say the Kansas Ci y Times Then filt ths nerve pillow with the sachet power thus formed Stuff the pillow wi down or cotton batting or feathers itild scatter the powder thickly Uiii h the fillIng How to Wash a Print Dress lord r to wash a print dress a lather should be ina le from soap In water moderately wa IJ and the dress washed out quickly t ben rinse inlcold waterand dry as soon ns possible Up on no account Jrub soi ip onit or let it remain wet orj be1J ccwith other wet things 1C there be black in the print put alt1 the musing water i fcu J r Ii ij 1 PIGEONPO1NTgRS- Iformation Which Ought to Be Help ful to the Squab Raiser Take little stock Jin the dealer who tries to convince ou that unmated birds arc us good actuated ones Stock purchased should be- tOlerably young and above all in thorough health and condition UndersizGd delicate weakly hcu are the most disastrous scourge to the squab producers loft A squab makes great J growth the first twelve hours and third day makes rapid Reduce the the quantity of wheat nnithe as these two grains are and bet ter for the birds The time to ma is just netTheLThee per advises breeding from birds a well de- velopedbrcjast and leuith ofkeel for the epicure looks for the meat Breed also froth light skInned birds as the dark meatjid ones always sell at a lower figure Pigeotis cannot thrive long without grit and this is one of the chief reasons why people do not have success In rearing birds Alwaj keep a sharp jlookout for veK miri and promptLy gh them Canker and sciofulous diseases are more or less due to an Impure state of the bloo l In which cases theue should be a thorough cleansing of the bowels The siclt should be placed in separate and dry and salt added to the drinkinglwaterFaf cannot be produced by 9overfeeding This system induces the old birds to put on fat resulting in youngstersTwoeons is about the right 1 quantity in a days ration An EiigUsh authority claims that a pair of pigeons consumes on an average aJlttle more than a pint of grain per week flythedarkens reducing the price in market Birds bred froin good foundation stock will show their good qualities for several fenDratitins to com Small delicate1 hen pigeons cannot produce squabs that weigh more than seven pounds to the dozen coitimptionand the slow For the first there Is nothing to be done but the latter case If taken in time may be cured When molting Js the fault merely pulling efIfectInbreeding is the cause pf most cases of going light inc the pigeon loft Poultry House With Scratching Shed It requires no description to show the practical poultry raiser the value of the hen house one view of which is I r given herewith There may be a thou sand modifications of this general plan for a home for poultry but in the main If the best results are desired this scheme ihust be more or less lose Jy adhered to x Treatment of RcupyFowIs For roup filf a pall nearly full of wa ter adl a te spoonful of kerosene oil and then dip the head of every ailing bird DO not take much time to do thisjust long enough to have the oil penetrate the nostrils and throat Put the birds that have any dJscharge from nostrils or ey ts by themselves Keep sick and well birds apart Add a few drops of ker sene to every drinking dish on the pi ice and keep this up until no new ca es appear Then clean put every peof dust filth and cobwebs sightTDisease Among Pigeons In reading About the diseases that pigeon flesh is heir to it Is no wonder that a good many people are deterred from embarking in an enterprise where such a is against them Poul try Item truly observes They vouId however think differently If they could be assured that pigeons naturally are most vigorous hardy and strong birds And when common sense aud regular and ntelligent management t are jiven then the question of diseases need1be no sti mbling block whatever Preparin Fattening Food TWl ere soft food is used extensively for futteuiug piirposes the food Is heat ed Ill lurge east Iron cook kettles hold- Ing fjoin 100 to 150 gallons These k4ttlere mile specially for cooking food for stock and are supplied by all poultry suppjy and farm implement houses A lot pf food cooked in one of these covered 4kettles will keep hot from ten to twelve hours after the fire under the kettle Is out A Good but Neglected BreedIPThe New England Poultry Journal believes that tho now neglected though once preeminently popular f Light Brahma when properly hdndled Is one of our uiostprofitable breeds of fowls agreewlt4tal No Best Way to Feed There is no best way to feed the dff- erentbreeds Feed anything that will produce results Whole wheat oats and barley are good feeds for all varieties of poultry i L S1St SSiS 1APinoP1aced i In Your iHome Oil Trial L or correspondIpiano In in quicklyIconvince most skeptical that we can do all we say given the opportunity Our line consists oLthe following worldfamousmakes IIf i PIANO- SPRICE178Up H PLAYER PIANOS H 5OO UP PIANO PLAYERS H PRICE 250 MontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindl send me full particulars by return mail howr you will place a piano in my hone en trial J Name omi tJ f I Address J j I 1 Ky How to Tell Whether It Will Be Pint or Qn the very finest when a dry east wind is the dust thick and white on the roads the sky Ijlu6 from horizon to horizon if you see long filmy stripes ofcirrus com monly called wind clouds palely across miles overhead ybu may feel as nearly certain as one can be of in this world that rain is within twebt four hours says the New York Jouinal If the cirrus hardens and thickens toward sunset then be sure that the Is coming that very night and you will be by the tinkle of drops upon the window and of a moisturj laden wind in your Watch the clouds ac d they will tell you more about the weather than all the ever made Notice the wind as wellr and you will become a of renown It is sin the Jnd the that the clouds tell you most The worst sign Is when the clouds Increase just before sunset and hang over the western horizon in rugged broken masses with harsh edges a dII blotchy colors The such a sky speaks fOr Itself wind and rain A pale yellow simset even though no clouds appear ftrbe visible Is also a bad sign and rain ia almost certain- A degree worse is the dusky leaden sheet of cloud which may be seen the sinking sUDI a trlug1 of feather clouds very small and light the of goose quills are seen low down across the western sky at even Rain without WInd or will gale is a skirt lug of cloud across that part of the evening sky from which the wind Is to come If the ruddy the wind Is the moW certain to arrive The old saying lied at night is the sailors delight is only true when the sun sets In a cloudless heaven InI this case too the sun should very clearly defined ajits A much more certain of fine weather is afforded by a really golden sunset If the evening l e calm OF a salmon colored haze along the rim of the horizon In winter when the sun Itself turns deep red at its set ting look put for frost liard and black and bitter gaudy clouds with harsh outlines and definite colpijs are signs of bad weather Delicate quiet tints nut soft ill defined clouds care the ofa fine period How to Wash Valuable The of china needs to be carried out very and A big wooden bowl filled with warm pot boiling to which a few drops of am monia have been added shpulcj be and each piece of china washed In this using a square of old flannel for plain plates etc and a a btush Is best for articles Rinse In another wooden bowl of clean warm water and dry with linen cloths Bronze may be washed In the same way but should be finally with a chamois leather Some people consider a rub with a rag oh which there the least of gives Jbrqoze a IV I 1 r nice out weido not tnink It Glass should be water that has a little In it but no soap and then rinsed in brush r if cut and very dirty It Is rather a good plan not to wash it at all but brush a paste of and water well into it a low lug It to dry on then it with a clean brush and final ly with an old silk chief How Not to Catch Cpld A baldhe ded as he ed a few flies from the white dome of his skull said accord ing to the Joutnal rtl used to be subject to colds even in the summer I had to wear a back all the time The I tqok It off I began to sneeze iaud wheeze But now for a year I have not once worn a and I have ndt Once had a cold Why I could go and stand in a ing I ptjt my head under the cold water spigbt and let the cold water run for aj mmutc on ray bald crown This is a thing and since I be gan to dp it I have never bad a cold How to Clean so say the dealers may be cleaned with chalk iMw der the chalk or simply take a sUeot brush ofT every particle with a stiff brush and with a chamois skin It Is said the woman who cleans her this way can makei her friends that she has lately increased her stclck of x I J Its and Far Ef ifects Upon the World The effects of are so hi miliur as to demand only the mention yet most of us perhaps sel dom stop to consider how fat these effects are says Dr Henry Smith Williams But for the winds would not blow the waters would not descend and the woujd not crumble into the val leys Each particle of rock would remain where it was and there would be no such thing as a mixed soil I But as matters are arrang ed is iictivje and every particle of matter is being tugged at and urged to get nearer to the earths center So qo sooner does a of rock at ja crest become loosened than hurls it down Into the valley It Into frag meats perhaps or at the least off some of Its surface well as of the surface ot the rocks against which it Is dasjied water works its unceasmg purpose of the surface of the earth In a few inlet nip ments It rounds the ot the mountain and given time enough It will bring every particle rock bjack to the sea bed whence lit sprang Short qf that as stage It Is forever the different soil on th one hand and sorting them out agah on the if SOns Decker Haines Bros Arm strong Wendell Foster Co The CecilianAplarer that can be at any f IIi order to to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will n tco cent L MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO I 628630 fourth INCORPORATED Avenue Louisville I- 4OSIS SSSSSSSSSSISS SSSSSss SSSSSSSISJSSSISSISI Ii WEATHER LORE RainyIevening blowing stringing anything uncertain downpour awakened themoan chimney barometers forecaster morning evening Indeterminate ggookof audportends sornetimeH obscuring Sometimes resembling strappings 110Wingjlmonuing southwesterly straight sunsetbe nppcarj prediction especially Roughly speaking accompaniments Ornaments washing valuable cautiously carefully soapsuds household prepared separately softbrush painters elaborately ornamental ornaments polished Busijiclon paraffin appearance necessary wasethin- warrn ammonia W9manjLifeGut elaborately whiting thoroughly removing polishing handker physician brjush pol- Ished Milwaukee dreadfully skullcap mInute skullcap bareheaded snowstorm ityforefreshing Rhinestones Rhinestones ordinary the1sQtiIgtnlienmoderately poljsh rhinestones believe iamonds GRAVITATION Wonderful Reaching gravitation briefest reachlhff gravifatipn mountaintops pulverized formal actually gravitation perpetually eternally fragment mountain gravitation crashing shattering grinding portions fufthergravitation leveling geological shoulders haughtiest originally transition mixing constituents otbcrlPPlctnl Chickering SonsiSterling Schubert Marshall andIIft demonstrate tyolS o r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 I907r j 1I 1 17lv h l q f4 t SPECIAL SHOWING OFI J lrA ttfr etiv FALL GooSJ1 I LATCUNNINGHAMDUNCANCO 1I IM MaCg Aunt SaIlYs Peddler J 0 0 Copyright 1907 by MoClure Newspaper Syndicate Aunt Sally Warner w is a physio no mist When a peddler offered her goods she looked him in the face in stead of at his wareS and usually told him to roontOne day a peddler came by whom she looked in the face and said You are the only ipuest peddler i have seen in ten years You can bring n1e in six milk pans But how do you know that T am honest queried the man Avoudering if she was making game of him ABy your lookscAll tin peddlers buy sheepskins Mint Sally had one nailed up on the Jam door and after a bit f chaffering shout the price she went out to get it e weaving the man on the piazza When she returned the exchange was effected and the peddler departed He thanked her for her compliments and confi dence and he was told to call again If he cave tfhat way There was no ruction iuntJlauont sundown Then Aunt Sally discovered that silverware cutler3 and other things were missing It had taken her about fifteen mine utes to get the sheepskin during which time the peddler was alone on the piazza She figured it out in her own mind that no oue else could have taken the stuff and she rowed to have him pursued to the ends of the earth Nev ngleedIWillicase JJm Davis you aren fool That peddler never took ein riivageiviny lile hes an honest man Some o1r- pmust have clinii p d iotb tt window and- TQl bed the house i The hired roan sinilpd pityingly nud disdainfully but had Kotbing1 further to say That night however without a hInt to Aunt Sally e set a country constable on the traitNext morning without a worst tohlriifhe widow went to the villa qe to consnt the authori ties The justice of the pea e lud the prosecuting attorney agreed with the hired man Thp v pointpu Out the fact that it would have beta utterly im possible for anoo else to commit the crime In her heart sb thought so too but her reputation as a physi ognomist wits at stake ard she turned oOl them with You are a couple ofadints to talk as you do ThepefJ ler is nc irtnreiit as aWhat wn7t to do Is to Wok for a lieptle browed man wjtu a Kraight nose and a Avetik chat I They looked for the pcdder instead and they found shim He weo brought back in tears They IMnt GAd the Clolhilig Our policy is to J make short profs and long friends And now with new fajl 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 SCHAFFNER MARX SUITS at S18js25 And 1q Those ofModest Means Our Special Line at HT 10They jare Cassimeres Scotches and Worskeads single and dpu b blebreasted neat and fancy patterns and plain blacks 1gOVoou confessed but for t ont Sally She re- t fused to prosecute Sre 3c ctpt that he couldnt be gUlltyjqu t1Jp wasnt going to have 7e into niak lug a confession Tbf felojv wnnld have been disc iarged f1tcp spot so far as she was concernpd but the au thorities had a suspicilos tl tbP was mixed up In a- nother cnse nna t wits deCIded to hoI him fsr few dnys Aunt Sally went home with hay jsits sot She said t p Pd hlAi was hottest She l1a1 d passed br word to stand by The fnrt diet the lured manwent with 1 grin Yin his face angered h rpnd Wratht1Pr more determined than ever ha slppb not at nil that night Sin turned from side to side nil soda tlaic and perfected them During the ijectdny Aun tSally hunted out files from the tool box lit the barn arid made certnlo oj ior prepara- tIons and at light as oon ns tho hired man wei trto be1tsh hitched up a horse arid drove into tbp village She had passe the Jail rrauy times and she enchec It withoiff rent Been So far as she knew the a wnt only one prisoner there SUe icoJdntt tell what cell he ocnipled ht1t siP slanteda a board acalnsfe the mall and rllmbod Good t r PropertyV ItoR SAtE BY WT EVM1NG REAL ESTATE AGENAYrHMRODSBlJRG KYS 200 acres with 80 acres bottom pnI Chaplin river at 525 t218 acres in Wi shington county six miles from Parr yille at 6 120 acres nicely improved near Card well 4000 216 acres new Washington county village at 45i 247 acres near alvisa fine for any 1 crop 7 500 I 200 acres fine la i3 near McAif eeat 68 309 acres Allen countYKY v increased 40 per cent in Ijear g od f10OPO in 2 years 45 Livery Stable 1rIo room house grocery business and 600i Good for lj80Q a year iV Residences stICk shop with 800 a year tra 900 7 f- I t Novelties in Dress Goods 1Plain and Plaid Broad Cloths Plain and Plaid Mohairs plain and Plaid Serges Black Voile JBlack San Toy I Black Mohair Black Serge Bl ck Broadcloth Black Shark kin A GREAT VARIETY OF PLAIN AND PLAID SILK WIAISTINGSJ 2v PER CENT A large stock of Mens Boy s and Youths OvercoatsI 3OOJ SHOES J Men s Pine Shoes W L Douglass 3 350and4 FJoersheins 5 of vyWintFOR LADJES- ErippendorfDittman Cors fine shoe forWomen300 to 400 C and E Shoe Cos school Shoes for Boys andMissestFu lline of Rubbers up to one o4tue barred windows it was summ and the sash was raised As she softly called out si prisoner came to the window and she put the files in his bund and said I am not the woman to leave an honest man 10 languish inprison Get to work With these tools and maku Sour way out of this Woman jril never forget you whispered the man NoblarneV but male things hum f Aunt Sally returned home without disqovery he got up with a smile out herface and a sung In her heart Jtnit thatlehlgh tate didnt last long First came a countable with the news that he hud recovered the plunder It had been found Jin the hay mow of the farmers where the peddler hnd lodged bar of the robbery fIe was folk by a messenger from tIlt justice of the peace that the honest peddler had made a confession third party aped to that a prisoner charged with horse stealing and lodged in jail the night before hail filettofr the lars of his coll nnd regained hislb rttleHYing the tiles behind There wts one more announcement It came from Jim Davis the him- fniah Ho hid been down io the pasture to salt thesheep and came bacl l exclaim Aunt Sally some onestoleour bad orse during last night It was prol ably the fellow who broke out of1 jnll IAunt went into her bedroom dOln for an hour to think tIlIng over At the end of that timj iLhc rose up and said to herself Ill never irenA that I was wrung but guess 1111 devote more time t sewing caria rigs and putting u t thislMQUAP NotEven the Clock Two ladles here being shown through the State Hospital For the fnsane As they entered a ward one turned to the othtr atilt swill I won der if that clock is right An inmate standing near overheard mar and Instantly replied Great Scott no It wouldnt be here if it watrt= Llppincotts A Cold Turndown Bridget Mrs jHousekcep called llownto her servantI See Mrs Gad dls coming across tilt street Run out and turn that door mat upside down Which one maam asked Bridget The olio that has Welcome on It Philadelphia Ledger A Contradictio- nTdmmyDo V it make any difference If baby takes all his medicine ponce habys mother In horrorGood lear Viis Of course it does Tommy Butt hTlsnt madeay differencePuncb No protetUnfdel esareo wanted If there Juvenal r J CJoks 11 lriUrthe large ine is picked over and we are sure we can please you Womens 50 inch Cloak in Black Brovn3fld Castors ranging In prl es 3 5O to 2500 ON ALL WALL PAPER Winter Underwear Comforts and Blankets at low Prices Par Lace CurtainsA- T SPEUAL PRICES CARPETSRugs Axministers worth 125 for1 1 Velvets worn 115 forL95cTapestries worth 90c tor i70c Ingrains v t 35 50 65c iRugs rar girig from 50c to 4 00 f Room Rugs from 900 to 1860 rMatti gsrom 12J to 35cl T1 announce LETTING A fLAT The Agent Found There Were Two Sides to the Question The agent of the but ding did not like the looks of the tau who wanted to rent the second floor flit We require the pay nent of thej rental monthly In advaut e of he said That will be all rigt t the man Tile morns silt nseredJ necessary am willing to pay ayear In You dont object to m isle perhaps Theres a piano on the firjt floor and a harp and zither on the th rd Xo objection to that r am fond of all kinds of music We dont take rente s who have children you know We havent any My family con sists of iriy wife myself nd a grown son Also we require the b sf of references Here they are The ageivt looked aE then and banded them hack They Are all r letbyou In fou are fortune e Mr Spon doo In petting the apart lent at this particular time By er of lftHunks I have had all tie rooms thor ItCertniGreat cott The only bject I have in movln is to get out of one of old Hunks apartment houses I wouldnt lire he a runt free No thanks I can find my way out without assistance Morning sirChewgo Tribune THE STRAWBERRY It Was First Cultivated by a Blind King of Hungary Where Eperies the picturesque IIuu gjirlau town Is hoSv surrounded by beautiful gardens and fruited fields there was at the time of King Bela II nothing but thick wilderness Once this blind and unhappy sovereign was traveling in his realm It was a hot sultry summer day and while search lug for a shady spot inwjiich to rest he became lost Deadly tired in consequence of his long wandering he asked his attendants for a drink o- fwater They seated him on the spft green grass in the cool shade of big old trees and then the cavaliers sep aratedto hunt for n refreshing spring Meanwhile the king wntlted to find out more about his restingp1nce and began to grope about him with his- hands Thus he discovered strawbeV ries growing all about him says the New York Herald He ate them so partly quenching his thlrsjt he waited quietly for his gentlemen After a short time they returned some with empty cups some with pearly spring water The kips then said to hib attendants cI r OFF 1Ir r f E The Chic ill m Dull Velvet Calf Button Boot INriat Swing Narrow 1C9e- iL Style Shape Service and Comll r IShoe II IwHave tne trees cut down arouna tnis lace where my hands found there rise1aday for all time As the king commanded so it was The wilderness was cleared anti In its place Is a town whose arms carry the strawberry even today His Idea of Scoring At a country cricket match in Tan arkshlre a local farmers boy was art pointed scorer his duties being care flnndof their surprise however when thej I fond that not Jt single mark had been made in the carefully ruled book thai list been provided When reproached in somewhat strops j terms the boy was not In the least disconcerted but with the most In saidI I was sae sport t that quite forgot to mak the crosses But it disna matter that wee laddie wi the red face is the smartest runnel among yeLondon TitBits Arms and the Tax There are sufficient people In Eng land and Scotland pitting the annual tax imposed by the inland revenue ujv dn the use of armorial bearings to produce a sum of 350000 each year The great bulk of this sum Is paid by peo ale who care not an atom either about their family of their arms but pay the tax regularly simply because they have carriages or plate heraldically decorat ed The really old families of the emblemsIralmost Incredible in the eyesof those with them only on note paper table silver and carriage pane1sI i A Curiosity Polite Shopman showing goods I ere is something I would like to call y3ur attention tot madam It is the vary latest thing 014 Mrs Rounder bsentlyIf theres anything out latl er than my husband Ill tiike it if ohlj for a curiosity Strand IngnZi eIA Fellow Feeling JI dont believe said Mrs Henr Peck that I would be afraid of a n an eating tiger t I dont believe youd need to t1n re sponded lien Peck Hed recognlzg a kindred spirit Houston Post Hew to Economize op Candles and Soap Candlcs burn better and more slowly If they have been stored in a dry pliice six or seven weeks before using So ip will go twice as far if It is well drfod It should be cut into small hi cks and these arranged lhx tiers wi h spaces between to allow them to dry jI I 1OR AGENTSAN OPPOKTUNITYr jThe Old World And Its Ways IB William Jennings Bryan ow READYFOR SOLICITORsiiC 56 SuperbEngrayings taken by Col B1yaniRecounts his trip around the world and his visits to all nations The great TheI2000 called for in 90 days Write us fc r sample reports of first 80 agents e ployed The people buy it eagerly agents harvest Outfit FREE Send fifty cents to cover cost of mail iin and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The infant or the child should not be given salts purgative waters or harsh pills or tablets when the bowels are constipated and neither should any medi cine be used that contains a narcotic- It is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomachSand bowel troubles tnan Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildne make it especially adapted to young people s use It works gently but sure manytonicsystern every way Among the thousands who are using Dr ofMayfieldher baby regularly and that she would not be losetimeMothers will find this an invaluable remedy dyspepsiaUver aDdbowelsand by its use a home cure at very little cost is easily brought about Children are often troubled with shirr die andddothe matter with them is stomach trouble thai tSyourhow quickly the child gets well again ucIncent o l4r CDCE These wishing t try p CastssguyIngaddressing ttwcORjpwiy ThU II to prow flMtthtf t remedy will de as we claim and Is only open I who have never taken It Send let It If yeu hIVe any isymptoms of sdetsach liver or bowel disease tfea Uest AfolksPUBLIC VERDICT Ne LanUveSO Geed and as DR CALDWELLS SYRUP jbears purity guarantee Ne17c EfSINTNItredwct r PEPSIN SYRUP CO t o 119 Caldwell BldgvMenUe II IIU RED CROSS DRUG STORE Subscribe for The Sun 100 rear f 4 i A wrw TPb T r t 2Ij iTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 191 Public Speaking 0 Ic Hpiu T Scott MayesV fs HnT itwilladdres the voters at the following times jand places Mcoresviile Friday afternoor Oct t dl at 2 oclock Cecilville School Housr Saturday night Oct 12 at 7 oclock Mariton Monday afternoon Oct 14 at 2 oclock J1 Mclntire Mondaynight Oci at 7 oclock j Osbourns School HcusPi Wednesday night Oct 16 at 7 oclock Fen wick Saturday mgh0cf 19 t- t7oclock 3 T JSJMayts and J Morgan Ghirin vMackviile Tuesday night Oct 29aiv 7 oclock I Texas Wednesday jiight Oct 30 at 7oclock j HoniW C Mchbrd7 Hon WC McChord willaddres the voters at the following times anti places Mackville Saturday Oct 19at 2 IocIcck i Cardwell Monday Oct 21 at 2 o Clock i i r trShaipsville Tuesday Oct22 at 2 oclock Black Johnson store Wednesday Oct 23 atj2 oclock Boliri Thursday OcL24 at2 oclock Maud Friday Oct 25 at 2 oclock- Mclntif e Saturday Oct 26 atf 2 oclock Hvi i SURE AND i SAFE GUIDE T r Fall is here and old Crimp1is on Its rJtrack The people of Springfield andS Washington county are face to with the fact that the season of money Y spending in preparation for the melan choly days of autumn and thq bleaky winter winds in upon us in earnest Carefuleconomical buyers are on the alert for 4 safe guide to direct them in their shopping expeditions The ad vertising olumns of The Sun give each and every week a direct9ry of the general merchandise stores and no safer plan could be followed by the buying public in the selection of a place to buy their fall and winter merchandise than 1to carefully scrutinize the advertising columns of The Sun IThe merchants are stocked heavily Wrtiis fall on seasonable merchandise and gihey are using a liberal supply of prin 4t rs ink in telling the people oi their 3wares Watch The Suns advertising columns keep posted jand Happy In Their Western Home Messrs Chas Logsdon and W P Lawrence in relattngmcldents of theirS recent Western trip give a happy count of Mr Finley Scruggs and fain ly who are located irv Oklahoma City 40kla Mr Scruggs and Finley Jr are engaged in the real estate and loan business and are hubtling up trade in heu line Mr Scruggs rheumatism is much improved and he has discarded his crutches for a cane goes to and from his office a mile from home three Stimes a day and is able to look after uponVt Pinley Jr is hustling up the real estate business He has got the hab V it and is classed with the leaders in Shis line of business Fioley hasj charge of the outdoor worki Mr and Mrs Scruggs are pleasantly located in one of the principal and most desirable residence portions of the city and their many Washington county friehds will learn with much satisfac tion of their prosperity contentment 4Vjuidjdeal location V j LNWICK 1 J iSidney Wayne of Texas vas here Sunday Misses Belle Yankey and f Fannie Logsdon of Simms visited Miss Mat tie Begley Saturday and Sunday Messrs Edd and Walter Bijown at tended church here Sunday Miss Lula Johnston was the guest of Miss Annie Logsdon last week Mrs Bertha Walston has returned home after a two weeks visit in Lebanon Joe Thohipson and family of Texas visited at the home of W F Logsdon i Sunday C M Tumey and family and Miss Anna Logsdon left Tuesday for Indian apolisS yMrG A Anderson and Miss Settie mifdiprson are in Kansas City for a visit Mr and Mrs W B Clark have re turned to Indianapolis after aisitto feiatjyes here fr 1 r t Jfspectz ble and hged colored man of tie Te cps neighborhood does riot boast f iavn a Zoo on his little farm ie iay laim tothe distinction of havi g1 in riis possession two rare anduniq ie petll I Uncle Lige ha two pet foies ef1oldpractice the characteristic unningn ss off their elders and elude him Thsy are pow astlie result bf his care aid nuisi ig in infancy gull grown fello vs ana ire beauties jUncleLige has them jtrainedsoythat they follow h m abou wherever goes and he cm hand 2 thpm iany manner he choos s He as alsptiught themmfny triqlcs whie uuiu make them available or Barn m s CircusOne of pn le Ligoi5chief pleasares is to take his old t idle in hand and play an old tir fe wdritune while the two pets gath er an 1eFusr A Hooper sold one brooa mare to JiE Simms for 207 50 iK fRo ertSnelt6nsold hisf bhto Dan Yeas tf of Corrishviile f rj2750 per acre1 hlis Johnniel Divine of near Mclni tire visited the family of Japiej Divine JasVveek MS Laura Isham of near Harrods burg IS visiting relatives nearI3attle Wl S Gabhart visited relatives at Maclville Saturday and Sunday Several from here will attend court at Harrodsburg Monday and hear the Republican candidate for Governor ieac StS Sq tire Best andfamily Jefferson caLm y are visityig relatives here Cdk Casey bought of John Peters some sheep Price 9 per Wad Ivo aw and Moore have been to Lou is viil j to get their fall goos Bro Shirley preached at Battle last Satu day evening and Sunday morning to Jai geraudiences Mr Walter Lanibef and jMrs John Crv are on the sick list V Mrs VA Roberts and Mrs N B Gary Mrs Johnnie Gary Wed neSd y last Sej eral from iere attended the bap tizinf at Freedom last Sunday evening Miis Alice Busby visitdthe family of Ja nes McMillen Thursd ay night- Jblm Rutherfordsalejwus W ella fajxpriceandio h6r things in proportion Fpr mules left this community this week for Phillips at Lebanon f H Taylor5 is grinding n near here Sorghum is selling for 75 cents per ig liOn and is very scarce J on i Bendren of Springfield is vis iting iV 1 Le4 of1 this place Sunday ShoOt at reick On last Sunda y afternoon a Sunday schdol was organized at the schoolhouse at Fenw k After a sermon orS iBibl St udybyRey W H iams the following officers were in stalle Superintendent Mr Bud Rog ers Secretary Mr SamQder Among those vho will tech are Messrs CW IOder t nd J D Barker We especiaily commend the zeal of the C rislian workers of this enter prism community for organizing a Sunday school in the fall when many school are disbanding for the winter month The Sun extends best wishes tothfe school and hopes that during the coming years it may be the ins tument of muei good i- r WILL1SBURG A series of meetings were begun at the Chpstianchurch here last Sunday Gibbs of Law- renceburg who is ah abie minister Everybody is invited to attend Mrs Smith of Owen courity is visiting her on1E W SI11 ithat this place Miss AgnesHines spent ne day last week w th Miss Eda Sims Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shirley spent fiUriday with their sister Mrs E T Pinkston Dr J ohit Sutherland has returned home ifter an extended visit to rda tives in Louisville Tom P MacMillin and Miss Lillie Wilham were married at Rev JA Sims JartSunday afternoon and family visited at the hoire of S B Yeaprer one day last week MisS Nora Goodlett is spending tbis week with her sister Mrs W B Shirley Eugeni the little fou yearold son of Mr and MrsJrJ Sharp met with a painful accident last Thursday WJiile with ihia another in the bank at this place he in gome way pulled a desk over on him breaking his nose and bruising his face b dIy We are glad to report hm doing nicely at present James 3rowh of Louisville 5is spend ing a few days at this place Hon Vi C M Chord will address the voters of WIlhsburg1 pr cinctinext Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock 11 H 1 0 Praise For a G McChord Washington Oct SThe twentieth annual convention of the National As sociation of Railroad Commissioners was called to order at noon by C c McChord president of the Kentucky Rjulfoad Commission who is president of the National Association Mcdhordis not a candidate for IIMr but on account of the eff- icent manner m which he has conducted the duties of his office it is not urihkely andelected1or merce Commission and the Railroad Commissioners from thirtysever States of the Union The position of president is therefore an important one dealing as the members of the Commission do with the problems aris ing ovier the regulation of over 225000 miles of aailkoad in the United States MOO RtSV1LLt Born on Uct 4 to the Wile of Sam Reddick a ten olrtd boy Mr Mat Wells and wife visited their daughter Mrs Ed Yocum last Satur day and Sunday SS There were large crowds out to hear Bro BeNight preach at New Hope church Sunday morning and night Uncle Joe Reddick and Mr Hen Har din two old and respected citizens of the Rock Bridtre community died and were buried in Rock Bridge cemetery last Saturday and Sunday Owen Ellis has severed his partner ship with Ham Pile and moved near Woodlawn We bad a good ram last Monday which was much needed jS 5trr Luther Barlow a huckster of lear Woodlawn passed through our village everY two weeks He pays the highest market prices for produce The tobacco cropis all in Corn cutting and wheat sowing will wind up this week Dr J N Shehan has returned from the Jamestown Expositioil lie was much pleased with his trip Misses Ardia Wall and Margarite L ddane visited Misses Lora and Cas sie Yancy last Saturaay night and Sunday Miss Bell Hardin and Hardesty attended Hope last Sunday and brothetofand Mrs Yancy Mrs Mattie Pinkston Edith visited Mr and Mrs lat week Mr James Cull Jrand family of Boomfiejd visited Mr and Mrs James Cull Sr last weekJMiss Nellie Grigsby of Polin is vis Itinghersister Mrs Will Moore Mr Palmer Cheatham and sister Miss Ada attended church at Mew Hope lastSunday night Several from Woodlawn attended church atNew Hope Sunday night Mr and Mrs Sam Scott gave the young people a social last Wednesday night in honor of Mr Cnarlie Kays of Illinois Those present vere Misses Ora Carney Nancye Moore Nancye Ellis Ethel Gordon Julia Parks of Danville Mattie Pinkston of Polin Messrs Edd Sweeney Willie Carney George Moul Owen and Johnnie Ellis Charlie and John Kays Walter Scott of Polin Guihne and John Gordon Messrs Charlie and John Kays p Polin visited their sister Mrs Bruner Carney last week s Mrs T D Sweeney visited her brother Mr William Chesse of Polin who is very ill Mf John Williams ana family of Polinj Mr Herbert Eddleman and family and Mr George Moul dined with Mrand Mrs Arthur Eddleman last Sunday Will Marry On Skates AtcChicago October 10 a marriage will take place on roller skates The bride the groom the preaqher and the entire wedding party will be gliding around on skates while the ceremony is being pertormed Phil Pitt and Ida Swanson are the high rollers who will be IstheIpreacher He is at home on the wheels as he won a skating tournament while a studjentat Drake Uniyersity Rev Su t erland Visiting Here Rev W E Sutherland and wife of Buffalo Ky are spending a few days with Rev Sutherlands father Mr T W Sutherland and other relatives in the county Rev Sutherland and wife attended the Methodist District Conference at Columbia and are on their Way to Buffalo where Rey Sutherland has been assigned to the pastoral care of the Methodist church at that place for another year- Rev and Mrs Sutherland are pleas antly situated at Buffalo and express themselves as highly elated over their return to the people with whom thy have been sodelightfully associated for the past year 1 f 1 I DEATH OF TWO INFANTS Louise the fourweeks old daughter of Mr Sam Anderson died uesday morningand was buried this morning in the St Rose burying ground The childsmotherdied just recently The fourweek old infant of Mr and Mrs Silas G Logsdoh livii g near town died early Tuesday mon ingif pneumonia and was buried in the afternoon in the Catholic cemetery in this city To the parents of the two little ones The Sun extends profound smathY in their great sorrow BurtonWaters The marriage of MissGraciel Waters and Mr Merritt Burton took place today at the Sacred Heart church in Louisville The bride is the bright anc acc m pushed daught r otTvir and Mrs B B Waters of this place while th groom is a very prosperous young ger tleman bt Louisville formerly of ths place and is the son of Mrs Sallie E person of this place The happy young couple will make their future home in Louisville The Sun with their many friends wishes them a happy fu- tureMando1n AND Guitar ClassTAUGHT ByL Sue W4 Ray tnlhavethe Saxton Glee Club free Two pub lic concerts during the year wth contest for gold Medal at the end pf term rWill Also Teach Beginners f on The VIOLIN i t Class room at my home on Main St Phone 172 The cheapest and best chance you will probably ever have to learn som6 thing about music and to plF1yjan in strument that will alw ys a ure in a few months time Begin at yersClub Public Sale House and Lot Horses Vehicles- Harness Etc SATU- RDAYOctober 26 AT 130 OCLOCK P Al I will on the aboye date offer at public sale to the highst bidder my House and Lot in Springfield I will also on the above date offer for sale publicly several headof Hor ses some vehicles and a lob of harness Dr JeB RoBar- dsPublic Sale Thursday Oct I 1907 Having rented my farm I will on the above date at 10 o clock a m on mv farm 2 miles from red erCkOn on the Beech Fork river sell to the highest bidder the following property toIwit 3 farm mares 1 4yearold horse two 2yearold hots S I yearling colt 2 good milch CDWS i cow due to calve soon a fine milker 4 fat heifers 2 fat teer calves i weanlin heifer alf These cattle ire in fine sh pe all good grade 17 fiat hogs 3 sows and 19 pigs 7 shoats i vrag on good as new r top buggy and harness 2 saddles plows hoes scythes i wheel barrow ig indJ stonea lot of nice young h ns plow gear wagon harness 300 or 1400 bushels of corn 140 shocks of fodder a lot of sugar can in shock 200 cedar posts ready cut 2 cutting boxes i farm bell r Household and kitchen furniture Terms made knowu on daj of sale IB1S + lx e4Hf1zII + 4ui i +ii IZI it if w + + AFEASTFORFALL + + Et r tf IIIspromised our customers in the f + If many neyand varied s1ylesofILt2 w + I Fall and Winter Goods + it NO WON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE 4I Now that the fall season is upon us shopper3 kre con + fronted with the task ofselecting their fall and winter wear and ordinarily it sa task tobegladlyshunned is itonly when the store map has the interests of his customers W tztru1 tireprtfn selectnig hIs stock and bUYIng liberally and + is1ztvandanxiousfor the people to callandsee our display We bought early in the season when we got picking choice and 4exercised such are in Ihe selection oi every article that wef i i ir f T i its +4 jjUUUthat2 + iS5SLh ri 1W itt i iH W 2 All the newest styles in Dress Goods +8- 0i Ladies readymade garments mens and 1 + boys suits ladles and mens furnishings tt We have everything in thelatest fall Jstyles to dress every man woman and J 2s4f iS i 1q e We bought to suit the varied tastes of our customers we bought heavily of every design on the fashion plate +we bought from the fashionable highest priced fabrics to t the medium and low priced goods but all conforming to the styles RthW season WE PLEASE OUR U S TASTES LEARNED f1J tit Lf r W I No theres another imatter we want to talk f+ about to youone thatvtially interests you J- ITi IS THIS v 2 YOUR POCKETBOOK f 2As you probably know the price oil every arEfcle ottrL goo for fall anjd winter wear has adanced out of all pro pricesit5 itamers accordingly THATS CERTAIN But while 4i others were caught unawares we studied the situation and 4rjthlono experience and business foresight we got into the +t advaceyin prices we are easy In tt tend to make our customers tak6 things easyno matter how the prices soar OUR GAIN IS OUR CUSTOMERS GAIN Our shelves are full of the newest goods hut we +are not going to let them cost our customers a penny 4more than rf the prices had never raised COME AND SEE i MdntireV 4Springfield Kentucky i + ++ +f 4 FARMFOR SALE Saturday Oct 12 on Premises At 3 oclock p m I will offer for sale the C R Cheat ham deceased farm containing 137J acres on the above date There has been but little of this farm in cultivation for two years The farm has plenty of tobacco land It has sixteen acres iff large beech and seven acres in fine young growth of white oak About thirty acres in meadow remainder in grass There are two barns and other neces ary outbuildings Two wells and a ood cistern i A splendid orchard This farm vis on the Willisburg and Chaplin turnpike one mile southwest pf Willisburg The dwelling was burned last February TERMSThe farm will be sold for half of the purchase money and the yearsIfThe purchaser or renter can get mime diate possession l Any one wishing to Pver the farm can canon W P CHEATHAM I Mackyille Ky RF D 1 f 1 SUBSCRIBERS FPIEE COLUMN w E Leachman has for sale 09 e 3 yearold black jiorse that a woman or child can drive Sound as a dollar J R Walker Rt 1 has for sales e nice seed wheat satetwoIJ E Derringer Rt I has sale cedar post 20ta piece To Rent A fine 600 acre farm one half mile KyThistobcob4rn is1wellvation There are on this farm at U8tenantwells etc The farm is well Watered arid admirably located fcor a stock farm or dairy farm there being a creamery at Bloomfield X Intwom telephoneEli 7 1 S S Sterett Bloomfield Ky j ppap ww