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I t 1I t Prtu I 1ti nn-t i I tj t 1 J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHING IIO COUNTY 1 L fSi f v f 4 i fll VOLUME IIII 1 1 t SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1907 y i cop NUMBEI4 1 SUPPLEMENTAL f T REGISTRATION 1 On Monday Tuesday and Wed nesday of Week Preceding iNove ber IectionJ Voters who failed to register oh the day set apart as thet regular registration day may under the conditions prescribed below register on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of the week preceding the November election and designated as supplemental registra tion days Any one failing to register will not be entitled to vote This law applies to incorporated towns only and in Washington county none but the three Springfield precincts is included Voters residing in these precincts must register to vote AnypersQP entitled to register who was necessarily absent from the city 0f his residence during the days allowed sfor registration herein or who was ill during said time or who w sun ble to attend the plpce of registration voh ac count of sickness of some named mem ber of his family may have his name placed upon the registry for the pre 4 xjinct in which lie lives by attending the county clrks office on Monday Tuesday or Vf edmsday of week re ceding the November election and jittriaking the affidavit before the clerk hOwl the faclts required to be stated in therstry kn4 showing the absence rsickri H rrtfred to above r DIES IN CALIFORNIA g1 I r 1 F Rinehart Former JJri Afield Citizen t Succumbs toiAppendicitis A telegiam received Monday evening ibyMrs Mollie Wycoff announced the death of her nephew Dr J F Rine hart in Oakland Cal Dr RInehart had been iU for several days from anr attack of appendicitis and on last Saturday underwent an op ration from Vthe effects of which he died v I Dr Rinehart was born and reared in Washington county and for many years was a practicing physician inthis 1city practiceiarid was one of Washington countys leading physicians Se was a mAn of progressive spirit and contributed con sid rably to the upbuilding of Spring field He moved to California abo six years ago and has since resided t1 f that State He Jiad attained to mud prominence in Oakland as a physician Dr Rinehart was married to Miss Mallie Eaybourn daughter of the late Joe Raybourn of the Mackville horhood His wif and several ch ldreni survive SUCpSSPUL MpETlNG In Prpgcess at Bethlehem Church This Week t The protracted meeting in progress at Bethlehem church is resulting in much good to the community Not lon y is the church c being revived but much interest is being manifested among the unsaved Two additions hecnurcht thus far SRev W D Moore of Anderson county and Rev JW Campbell ar e assisting the pastor RevJt E Piir dorrL The meetings will continue another week Valuable Mare t P S Barber has sold toW S Gibbs his premiummaie colt Miss Barbe by Chestnut Dare darn Black Bean for 150 This is the fourth colt of this mare sold to Mr Gibbs the four yt ringing SSQO Black Bean has been m shown thirteen times and each time P1 carried off the blue ribbon Her colts havgall proyea premium winners j Death of Miss Mattie Mc Larley tIMiss died at her home in LancasterKyrast Saturday afternoon from an attack of inflamnia tl nof the stomach The body was buried Sunday aft rnoLat Lancaster Miss McCarley wata sister of Mrs F Pettus of city and had Ire quentlY visited here She was well known in Springfield and popular with all her acquaintances Mr arid Mrs Pettus were at her bedside when the end came I PREFERSJTO kEMAIN WITH HISCHUkcH Rev Williams Declines Secre L taryship or State Sunday- School Board f The members of the Baptist church and the people generall of Springfield received with no little d of pleas lure on last SUJ1d yJornng the an nouncement from Rey f H Williams that he had definitely decided to idecline the Secretaryship ot Baptist State Sunday School Board and would c ntinue the pastorate of the hurch fat this place f I As annuunced in last weeks ssueof The Sun Rev Williams was te idered StateBoarda position of high honor and responsi bility He has been devoted to his pas tarat duties here and at no tim while he had the matter under tonsid jration was he pro e to edterAew fi ldand h Ifisthhis congregation is a matter dt mutual sat isfaction The members pf the Sprjingfield church knowing that their pastor Rev Wm H Williams had been elected to fill an important position 01 the Sunday School Board of Kentuc y called a r9orningOctlutions were offered and jnanimously adopted Whereas We have been i formed that the BaptistS n8av Schol Board pastorRevof Secretary of said Boar thereupon be itresolved Springfield and most seriously protest agkinst his accepting said position axjd most earnestly and lovingly request him not to accept said offer That we believe they can get some other man who can do their v but feel we cannot find any dneflwho can finish the work hq has so w ill begun in our Church our County anki ur Asso ciatiqn and that We feel thatI1jis Mas ters cause needs him most nei e The pastor had iio hotic o f he called meeting and was o ngIkwith the f regular eleven oclock sej CB when just after the invocation th Moderator J W hush moved ou s rontof ndIiead stated that li wasaI ry important matter to the a d requested every one to vote for o against it by a Bising vote Wh reupor while the choir tang Blessed be the ies each individual in the house d arge audi ence being oresent arose tii their feet and registered their Votes in favor of the resolutions HUMAN BONES 1 V KRE OUND WiIeExcavangnT 5 May i Lot on Main Street Sat s V urdayt A box containing human bones was unearthed on the lot of Mr 4s May es on Main street by some jworkmen who were engaged in exca yatmg on last Saturday evening The box was buried three feet in the ground and was in the rear fc the lot It had apparently been bui led many years The bones were those of a nan Only the skull was mistingiWhether tbet body was years ago alter it had serve lits purjr D Osein a dissecting room or to cover up a crime is not knowniciin all probabilities never willbe n jt fiY t iI jl PUBLIC SPEAKING APPOINTMENTS On Monday October 28 county court day the citizqns of Washington county will be given an opportunity to hear two of the foremost Democratic campaign speakers in the State the Hons Harry V McGhesney and J Morgan Chinn The speaking will take place in Springfield at 1 p in Mr McChesney is the present Secretary of State of Kentucky His speeches always captivate his audiences are full of humor logic and facts and Washington cotmty Democ racy is fortunate tosecurehis services in this campaign 1IfMr Chinn is the present lerkof the AppelateCourt As a speakI er he has deservedly won an enviable reputation throughout the State Hon A O Stanley On Friday Nov 1 at 1 oclock p m Hon A O Stanley Congressman from the Second district will address the voters of Washington county at the Court House in Springfield COUNTYS METHODS BE ADOPTED By througheut State and At ameetingof the BurleyTobacco ntuckylweek the methods practiced by the Washington County American Society of Equity in the handling of pooled to bacco were heartily approved and a resolution introduced and passed skiing other counties to adopt the plans Washington county is the father of the plan tQ have a warehouse centrally lo cated for the of storing the pooled crop and have it graded and handled by an expert employed by the society The meeting at Winchester was held for the purpose also of determining whether or not the Association should raise a crop of tobacco next year This matter was referred back to the differ ent counties for the purpose of obtain THE LAWS Sportsmen Should Observe StatI Slaughter Game Out of eason With the advent of frost hunters are cleaning their guns and coaching their dogs preparatory for the opening of the game season It would be well for sportsmen at this time to familianze themselves with the game laws of the State ato strictly observe them The following sections of the Ken tucky statutes pertain to the game laws uNo persMishall catch kill or pursue with such intent or haye the same in possession after it has been aught or Killed any quail partridge or phd J ant between the first day of January and the fifteenth day of November in each year uN9person shall kill or pursue with such intept or have inhis possession when so killed any rabbitor squirrel day of September and the fifteenth day of November in each year Provided any one rimy catch rabbits with dogs or in snares A Busy Week For Postmasters The postmasters Washington county as everywhere else in the United States will be a busy lot of Uncle Sams employes this week as the re suit of an official order issued from the Hon T Scott May s Hon T Scott Mayes will address the voters at the following times and places Fenwi k Saturday night Oct 19 at 7 oclock T S M and J Morgan Chinh IMackvill Tuesday night Oct 29 Jat ITexas Wednesday night Oct 3Oat 17 oclock SHon W C McChord Hon W C MCChordwill address the voters at the following times and places Texas Friday Oct 18 at 2 oclock Mackville Saturday Oct 19 at 2 oclo k Cardwell lf Ocd 21 a 2 I 0 1Sharpsvillet 2 oclock Black Johnsons store Wednesday Oct 23 at 2 oclock Polin Thursday act 24lat 2 oclock Mooresville Friday jOct 25 at 2 p m Mclntire Saturday Oct 26 at 2 oclock WASHINGTON WILL Tobacco Growers In Manner of Handljng Storing Popled Crops purpose GAME uteSProhibiting bet3yeenhefteenth ing the sentiments of the members of the Association throughout the State on the question said views to be reported atanother meeting of the Exe cutive Committee of the Association which will be held in Winchester on the 129thof this month when definite ac t Ion will be taken i W C McChord of this city was 1Mr Braised at the meeting in Win for the valuable services he has rendered to the Tobacco Growers of the State and it was the concensus of opinion of the Executiye Committee that he Vas without a peer in the work of advancing the cause of the Associa tion Mr W A Clements of this city who was present at the meeting in an interview with a Sun representative roundlyiat the meeting Mr Clements says the meeting of the Executive Committee was very enthusiastic Postoffice Department this week The order is tocOuntevy piece of mail that goes through their hands this week beginning Ifcst Saturday night at midnight and ending next Saturday at CJassiIfled r etc that is mailed out of each post madeIrartImentand t 5OCUPI Received By Gibbs Mackin A I tPrize For Premium Winners dt State Fair Gibbs JMackih hav received the fifty dollar Icup received at the State Fair for the best herd of jack stock It isa beautifully ch sed loving cup of solid silver gold lined about eight inches high mounted on an ebon base 1IcIby versefSldehasHerd of Jack Stock Won by Gipbs Mackin Springfield Ky IThe firm is very proud of this beaut c ful trophy It was awarded over a full ring of Kentuckys finest and best ani mals 1 i V iSk Entertain In Honor Of Bridal Coujle- Mr and Mrs G C Wharton enter tained at euchre Monday evening in honor pf Mrand Mrs J C Clements Those present were Mr and Mrs J Co Clements Mrs W D McElroy Mrs T B Blanford Misses Katie Cain Wit lie Knott Katie Wharton Mary Lee Simms Cecelia Simms Mattie Robert son and Messrs Joe Clements and W H Wharton The first prize a China hair receiver was awarded to Miss Mattie Robertson while the consolation prize a box of candY was captured by Mr J C Clements IGHT DOCKET ir I THIS TERM few Criminal and CivilCases For Disposal af Tbte Term of L SCircuit Court f With the Fall term of the Washing ton County Circuit Courtnot quite two weeks off the indications thus far are for a very quiet term The docket is comparatively small The indictments number fiJtyfiye twentyone of these being old indict ments and the majority being misde meanor charges There alre no murder charges oil docket nor other indict ments of startling nature There are seventytwo civil cases fifty of these haying been continued from former terms The docket win doubtless consume the entire term of Court TARANTULA AJLIAS GIRABFJE Captured Ion Banana Stalk at I li gan Bros Store Hagan Bbs store was the scene of some t monkey shines and geta way acts en the of Ike Young the colored e1iveryboy on last Friday evening v4ieW he discovered a taran tula on a talk of bananas in front of the The negrlmade no effort to ascer tain the tarantulas business there nor i did he attempt to hold conversation with his newfound fiend He entered the door frantically exclaiming There is a giraffe thing out there Hagan Bros captured the tarantula after considerable diffic lty arid have it on display at their store They will preserve it in alcohol Looking School Several ladies of Springfield are this week receiving instructions in the culi nary art at a cooking school organized by Mrs Johnson who will remain here for two weeks Mrs Johnson has a class of twelve IT ZION Quarterly neeting was heldat Mt Zion church S nday Owing to trie abS sence of the Presiding Elder i presided over jy the pastor Rev Ever sole The farmers of thisWctioivre rtoW busy preparirg theiri ground to sow wheat Mr and M S R B yne visited at the home of Mrs Baily Pink st I 11S t Wednesday Mr J Jyer and wife have returned OI eafter a visit to friends and relatives near Harrodsburg Mrs Kate Williams and son Tom Marshdll and Mrs Chas Williams and little son attended the Williams reunion at Bardstovvn lust Sunday Mrs Martha Graham has returned toi her home in Louisville after a several weeks stay with her father at this place Miss Sallie Mae Williams has re turned home caccount of the Millers burg College burning down Mr and Mrs S H Bishopof Spring field spent SUnday with the latter S parents Mrs Jas S Hays was in Bloomfield one day last week on business J REMARKABLE 0 LONGEVITY Of McElroy Family Now Enjoy lAAggregate 693 Years A family often children the oldest eightyone years and the youngest six ty years their combined ages aggjs gating 693 years is1 the remark p dIstinction enjoyed by the McElroyi famiIyof this city Every member of the family enjoys good health and is W ll pr rvedIThe arriyal of Mr Hugh L McElroy of Kansas City Mo and Mrs Martha J McDowell pf Danville Monday brings together every member of the family with the exception of Mrs l Susan Field wife ol Judge Emmett Field of Louisville who was detained at home The n imeeof the brothers and sis tiers their ages are as t follows Mrs Mary R Hughes of Bloomfield Nelson county aged 81 Mrs Palmer Grundy Springfield aged 79 Mr Chas R McElroy Springfield aged 77 Mr Hugh L McElroy Kansas City Mo aged 75 Mr A C McElroy Springfield aged 72 Mrs Martha J McDowell Danville aged 70 Mrs F Nicholas McDowell of Danville aged 65 Mr Wm L McElroy Springfield aged 63 Mrs Emmett Field LOuis ville gad 61 Mr John I EcElr y v Springfield aged 60 S PROTRACTED MEETINGf In 1t Progress at Christian Church This Week 1l A series of meetings are being helc1 at the Christian church this week The I pastor Eld W F Rogers is being as sisted by Eld G W Dick of Bourbon county Eld Dick is a pulpit orator of considerable note His sermons abouncl with Idgic ti and the people ho dirt t fail tojhear him t The meetings were begun Monday night and wilt be continuedto the close ot next week ril WILLISBURG Jl Mr and Mrs Kent Rogers and itwp f children lf Fenwick Mr andMrl V Frank Ash andMrs Belle Birch spehtf Sunday with Mrs J K Wells y H B Greenwood of Louisville vis v tied his mother at this place Saturday and Sunday SMrs Smith who has been visitine her son E W Smith has returned to her home at Monteroy Ky f J L Brown has returned to Louisville after a pleasant visit with his family here EverettKeeling who spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife and relatives here has returned to LQuisvilleI Misses Elizabethand Blanche Shirley have gone to reenwood Ind to visit f their brother and sister j X Mrs ijhewmaker tLRussell of Louisyille are visiting rela i tives and friends here r t Miss Nora Goodlett spent last wiek J with her sister Mrs W H ShirIeyLe l Mr Elmore Yeager of Lexington was the guest of his brother Mrs jfe Y 1eagerhome in Louisville after a pleasimlv visit to her mother Mrs Mary BircKi Messrs Allen and Murphy of Blomr field were guests of S B Yeager Sun day The ReyW C Gibbs of LawrenceMsf burg is conducting a series of meet r ings at the Christian church at this place with a good attendance Revv Gibbs is quite an enthusiastic speaker and well liked by his hearers r fi Mr an5 Mrs Frank MitchellaiKj son Frank of Lawrenc burg visited Mrs W T Wells the past week V Misses Ollie Sutton and Willa Ruby visited at Battle Saturday j IIC J SV truII f I t 2 TIlE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1907 t J I- r N K ft 4 rT to List of fine H1 farms I f FOR SALE cro 201 Farm 128 acres one mile South of TexaS good 4 room dwelling good barn well fenced Price 2000- No 203 Farm 100 acres good land 34I mile from Lebanon on JDainvilte pike all good land well fenced and watered Price 50 per acre f No 204 Farm 166 acres situated 5 miles north of Springfield good dwell ing and barns mostly in grass Price 50 Pet acre INo 205 Farm 130 acres situ ted 7 niles west of Springfield well barn good corn and tqbacco jandiall lies yell Price 16 percre 206 187acre farm seven mIle from Sprn field Good dwelling house 2 barpSi well fenced and watered IPrice 537 oo 1 207 52acre farm located li miles southwest Springfield Good dwell bamandaIl other outbuildings Improvements new and in first class repair Price 5000 2 12 90 acre farm 4A miles from g ield all good land Six room dwelling sfockarld tobacco barn wire e1 ed All the land in a high state of cultivation arid lies welL Price 60per acreS208 100 acre farm 3A miles from Springfield small dwelling house and good barn wire fenced and mostly in grass Price 2000 209 300acre farm near Willisburg Ky Good 5room dwelling barn all prlce4OIperwest of Springfield Good house and barn well fenced watered Near railway station Price 3500 212 100 acre farm located 7 miles jt from Springfield GJodsma l hous and barn 50 acrts in bluegrass Pnce 1500 REAL ESTATE AGENTS liDEATH hood Loses inent and 1 Scrrg s ille Ky Again that dreaded has gassed through our community and robbed us of twp of our oldest and re f spected citizens Henderson Hardin and Joseph Roddick Henderson Hardin died at his homeon Friday mprning Oct 4 He had been indelicate health for several years but until just a f wc r days before his death had been able too go about He was seventylour years old and had been a member of Rock f Bridge Baptist church for a number of years He will be sadly missed by eOch r h and Sunday school as he theI I trdeso faithfully and regularly is survived by several children anda grandchildren to whom we extend our most heartfelt sympathy Reddick more pomnionly to everybody as Uncle Joe died on Saturday Oct 3 in the 75th year of his life There never lived a truer old man to right principle than Uncle Joe He was honest to a penny in alll Shis dealings Although a cripple all j T Ws life there never was a more active or energetic person ever lived In earlylife he used to haul freight to andI rom 1UiSViIie and in his later years he has run a huckster wagon over the t country and on his last trip hew taken seriously ilI arid never was sI to be out any more He never fessed religion until about 14 years ago and since that time has liyed a consist exit member of the Rock Bridge church r He is survived by his wife seven chil dren sixty grandchildren twentytwo great grandchildren and one great icreatgrandchild May God comfort the bereaved ones in this their great sorrow is the wish ot the wnterIThese two old citizens deaths we have chronicled were brothersin Jai Iaving married sisters who were the Siaughters of Lewis and Anna Har veyvwho came from Virginia in the early settlement pf this community and a very striking coincidence is thatI these two were grandfathers of L H jHardiris children so by these deaths they were bereft of both grandfathers at the same time The welcome showers which have fallen in the last few days and which grain But still our hearts do even grow sad at this seeding time for in it i t I 213 380iacrel farfu2 12 miles from town All lies well andis good land Good improvements of every kind fine l woodland around dwelling Price 40 per acre I fr9mSpringfieldall lies yell Pi ice65 per acre i 215 103acre farm located 9 miles ofIi creekbottQm 220106acirc farm located 8 miles east of Spring eld Small house and good barn Pric 2600 J 221191acre farm located 6 miles goodimkoodimproVements S50 per acre 223 130acre farm 6 miles west of Springfield all rood land good dwell ing louse and ba ns 60 per acre 224 100 acre farm t located near Mackyille Ky Good dwelling two barns Price S3 300 225 14bacre arm located 4milesfrom Springfield All good land lying yellfenced226 350 acre ftrm located 3 miles southof Springfield Good improve meqts of every kund Price right 227 200acrefariix 3 miles from Springfield Gopa house and barn arid all other outbuildings Land all lies well is under good fence and is in the andIt MCELROY wHARTON INSURANCE AND SPRINGFIELD K- YaRIaRrnI t RRVIIERw F AGED CITIZENS IbScruggsville TwoProm Uprightm Citizens visitorheath IJosiph l whose jf5pjntj mostlyI PriccI of our yes has been sbenj and that we are w f 3hiqhwe ti fz Hi ig of the leaves it- eemstos pIesent a piture toour mindsi that seems so real that as we look ack on springtime jt iepreentsour outh and Summ r our manlood and autumn that we are fast passmtlQwn the stream of timejBut alas weaIl know we winterIThe Saints at thi j ldce are eeting under thi leadership Chapel from Adaii c ounty assisted by three ladies whose r ames we have not ascertained II Miss Nannie Der la ree who has been visiting relatives ir this communIty has n turnedlionie a corripariied by her cousin Mist Sallie Hendren and also Miss Effie Gordon Marion County MarriagesJ V I FalccnO The marriage ofrf Len Wheajtley f this city andiissLucy Thomas f the Calvary neighborhood has tieen announced to takil lace Tuesday October 22 at t I AI double Wedainf was celebrated at Ray wick Tuesday whii Mr J A Dant nd Miss Rose E Iridy and Mr J G Bryan and Miss Catherine Dant were united in the holy birds of wedlock H Mrr William 1eti fe and Miss JUlia Etta Newton wer married at Holy Cross Tuesday Tl e groom is a pros perous young man of Louisville and his rifiej is the daug iter of Mr T C Newton 4f this cou t cc Mr and Mrs fcyle of this city announce of their j RqelkBdaughter Miss od Lyle to Mri Samuel if Louis ville The be solemnized this month Republican Speaking Hon Augustus Ii Willson Republi can nominee for Go ernor will address the voters CfW i ciu ty in Springfield on Mo d yOctUer 28 county court day tloclo K p m Pneumonias Peadly Work hadisoseriously affec t4dmy right lung i writes Mrs Fanni Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetcwn Tenn8that r coughed co ttQuouslpightand day and the tjon seemed inevitable until my husband broughtthome a tottlepf Dr Kings New Discovery vhfchj in ray case curecIWhen all other t es utTerly tail you rimy still win in thi battle against lung and throat troubles with New Dis covery the REAL Gu ranteed by Haydon R bertson druggists 50e andflOO Trial bottle free BRYAN PAID HIS OWN WAY tI On Tour of Kentucky Willsons Charge That He Was Paid Is Maliciously False tIn an open letter Judge Henry B Hines chairman of the Democratic tate Campaign Committee has char JadebyOwensborojthat for his two days campaigning tour ml Kentucky Judge Hag r uses strong Janguage in his denial of the statementJand says that the Dem tucky will resent the statement of the Republican nominee for Governor at the polls jn November The letter of Judge Hines follows o Louisville Ky Oct 10 1907Alug ustus E Willsons statement at Owens boro that William 1 Bryan was paid money by the Kentucky Democrats to come to Kentucky to speak In behalf of the Democratic State ticket was not only untrue and without the s1 semblance of truth but was ghtestI ly false and unbecoming for seeks 4 be Governor of to say abut One of the nations most dis tinguished juid foremost men Mr Will son knejv this statement was false for he could have had no excuse reason or fact to support his statement and as SitateCampalgJlran ements for Mr ryanto come to Kentucky He was not paid a cent for his spechesaidevin paid his expenses out of his own pccket Mr Willsons charge will be resented by Kentucky Democrats at the pols in November HENRY B HINES The Price of Health The iprice of health in a malarious district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes EJia Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and im part new lite and vigor to the system ydon HARDESTY We had a delightful t to fatast Thursday which was very rnuclvneed ed v housingiiMr Ernest Gpatley and Miss Dela Virgin visited at the home of Mr W SoY Goodlett Saturday m ht and Sun dayiMr Jamesf Sutherland of Chaplin spent Friday night and Saturday with Mr J H Gray and family Mr T J Trent was in Louisville last week selecting his lallstock of goods pentlaGray IMtssrs Edward and Hubert Virgin y with Mr J H Miss Ella Shaunty and pupils IissesI Ethel Gray and ValeriaGoodlett spent Tuesday night wrth Mr John Hardesty and family Miss Qlhe Gray is in Lpuisville thIs week selecting her fall stock of milli nery goods She will s J1at TJT Trents Misses Sadie Crow antI Bessie Gray spent Wednesday night with Miss Lucy Barlow Mr Russell Hardin and sister Bell spent Sunday with their aiintlrs Emma Yancy Mr Clifton jKidwelland wife spent Sunday with the parents Mr and Mrs H P Chester COMPARISON M OF RECORDS Of Bradley and Bchaih Use- of Pardoning Powers Shows Latter up In Favor able Light Frankfort Ky Oct 9Owing to misrepresentation by Republican campaign speakers of the record of GOVJ Beckham in the matter of granting pardons to convicted persons during the seven years he has beenChiet Exe u ofIGov Bradley Secretary Leigh of the State Department has made an inspec tion of those records w th the following result Pardons of felonies during the ad rmnistration of GoVj Bradley for four years from 1895 ti 1899 448 This includes several commutations from death to life sentence pardons of fel onies before trial arid convicts who were detained through no flult of their own from entering service immediately after conviction Pardons of felonies during the ad ministration of Gov Beckhani1 for nearly eight years from February 3 X900 to October 91 1907 355 This includes several commutations from death to life sentence pardons of fel onies before trial and convicts who were detained through nc fault of their own from entering sezvi4e immediately after conviction The statements of the Republican press regarding pardons issued by Gov Beckham includes paroles to convicts These are granted by the State Prison Commission composed of three men elected by the General Assembly and over whose action the Governor has no control whatever and who can speak for themselves The list also includes the large num ber of remissions granted by the Gov drugjgistsman of that c ty for Sunday selling and WhI h remissions ere requested and approved bv leading citizens of Louisville The list also includes the restorations to citizenship the Governor The exact number df these has not yet been ascertained by the Secre tary from the records but hfe says they will not be found nearly so numerous as the record of the Republican Gover nor will show The records of the Bradley adminis tration show that in the matter of restoration to citizenship they were granted largely in the Cases of negro ex convicts This record Secretary Leigh says shows the restQration of as many as seventeen negroes in a single day The Beckham records show that the Governor during his seven years of office commuted to life imprisonment the death sentence imposed in only five cases Two of the five were negroes who had no influence behind them and a third was declared insane by a court of justice Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes A A Chis holm Treadwell N Y arid when it looked as if there was rio hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are cur ing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining daily Best tonic medicine tin earth Guaran teed by Haydon Robersonr drug gists50c a- iL5l Lakes Overflowers J Ni 64 121 acres 8 miles fronr Springfield on Mackville pike 5 roOm frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn old stock barn 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 act s of file Obacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Price 25 per acresINb 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield oq good pike under goo fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with metal locusts7oacres r i N6 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield 4 mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tim PriceS20iN 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fint bottomland 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre i wellIPrice 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river Bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre i No 70144k acres good dwellingS acre4obacco barn 50 acres tof fine bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land isom j timber Price 60 per acre No7171 8 acres 5 miles from Springfield q room dwelling in tehant house 7 acre tobacco barn stock barn corn crib granarypond in barn lot some timber 75 acres of fine to bacco land good fence Price 35 per acre No 73180acres 4 room dveliingingood repair small stock barn well watered plenty of grass good fence plenty of tobacco land goop pike 6 s Springfield 33 per acre No14125 acres on good pike 1 mile from school close to church 4 miles from Springfield good 6 room dwelling good stock FmiNo 7527Jacres in i mile Springfieldof on pike 2 new to bacco barns 1 small house a stable plenty of grass and water One of the finest farms in Washington connty cheap No 76 U4i acres 6 miles from Lebanon on good pike good 6 room dwelling 2 good barns outbuildings all farm In grass 30 acres orchard grass well Watered under good fence 55 per acre No 7820racres 8 room dwelling in good repair 2 miles from Springfield j mite from pike ongood road good fence 10 acres in gr ss price 750 No 1941 acres 4 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwelling in good repair small stable goodorchard plenty of all kinds of fruit plenty of locusts J mile from school per acre No 80138 acres 6 miles from Springfield mile from ike5rOQm 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 vater Price35 per acre sI No 81160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Spring field on good pike 9 roohi dwelling in excellent repair good ten f ant house 3 stock barns one 40x60 feet plentyof grass fine to goodfence i r t No 82215 acres10 miles from Springfield on good pike a miles t from depot 8 room frame dwelling in good repair good stock barn plentyifine tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre No 83 I67i acres 7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from good tobaccoc75acrescusts good fence plenty of water Price 2000 l No 84401 acres good 7 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco barn dIonrNo 8556 acres 4 room dwelling small stable meat house double buggy house plenty of water 30 acres of fine rjver bottom land all the farm under good fence 80 rods of stone fence i mile from good pIke Price 22 per acre No 8770 acres 3 miles from Springfield J mile from 5 i room dwelling in goodrepair good barn plenty of watergOodA fence Price 30 per acre TfNo 88114 acres 1 mile from sackvillmile trom piKe 8 room dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 acres of fine tobacco land jgpod tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre No 89202 acres 2 miles North of Springfield 10 acre tobacco plentyof v farms in the county Price 75 per acre No 90260 acres 8 miles from Springfield 9 room brick dwell ing in good repair farm well fenced 2 good barns will house 12 vacres of tobacco 80 acrs of first bottom rest second bottom one of the best tobacco farms in the county plenty of all the farm ready for the plow Close to church and school on good pike 2 miles from Price 50 per acre t B DM LAKE = is U t ON EA HT THE SUN AND rBothppers yr Weekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville Enquirer 175 SeJl1i St Louis Globe Democrat 175 New YorkWorld 175 Hdme and American 175 American Epitomist u u 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders v 225 Country G 200 Farm and 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Revipw of 325 Ledger 175 Harpers Magazine u 435 tY 1Springfield VIII 1111 RSfS- THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL Hw siiortesttimelatestandgraduatesSchool LyonrRBITRl1PNIIIIII 751WAmerican150Week- lyCincinnati 175SemiThriceaWeek FarmuuruL25Agriculturist Gazetteuu tIel1arir Reviewsu 285ScnbnersMonthlyu WeekIy435Sunny THE SUN THE DAI- LYKentucky State Journal 7Incorporated Published at theICapital of The StateH Assojatedpressdispatches Appealstration and all the local news i SUBSCRIPTIO l ANNUM IN ADVANCE W P WALTON Frankfort Ky DallyKntuo r nil both cni1f S t F rq I S I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1907 t I C C McCIIORD r S2t TiflON9REDP 1 l Elected President of National j Association of Railroad L Commissioners i Washington Oct TLc C Mc Chord president of thel entucky Railroad Commission was tonight elected president of the National Association of Railroad Commissioners which ad journed after a four days session in this city The honor came to Mr Mc Chord unanimously While a large ma jority of the 125 delegates to the con vention are Republicans there was not0 a dissenting voice to his election He was placed in nomihation by the MaineRaJlro Commissioner B F Chadburn and theo nomination was sec ondetf by 0 P Gothlin of Ohio Both made complimentary speeches in be half of the Kentucky Commissioner and his election was followed by an en thusiastic demonstration Considerable surprise was rrlnifested among the delegates over the fact that I Mr McChord has opposition for re election in Kentucky He has proved such an allaround capable officer hisI election to the presidency of tne theIthigh regard in which he is held that it was taken for granted that the Re1 publicans in Kentucky fully indorsed his record Their course in putting up a candi date against him receives no support at the hands of a single Republican dele gate to the conv tionJThe convention has proven one of the most important yet held In the opin- Ion of the delegates it has done much toward bringing about closer relations between the State and national com 4missioners Hereafter there will be frequent interchanges of opinion oni4 matters affecting either State or na tional legislation With this end in view President Mc Chord has appointed a Committee on 1 Legislation of which he is teexbf- flclO chairman its membership also Including Chairman Knapp of the Interstate Commerce Commission This committee expects to mee in Washing ton shortly before Congress conVenes and a number of amendments having the approval of both the Interstate Commerce Commissioners and State Commissioners will be presented far enactment into law TEXAS t Mrs j D Peterson has returned home from Louisville where she had been to buy a stock of millinery goods Mtss Mary Miller and Mr Gill Hardin were married at the home of Rev R L Purdom on last Wednesday evening Both belong to the Loretto neighborhood Mrs W E Wilham and children of Louisville are guests ot her parents at thitf place Mrs fl G Pet lson and children have returned home after a several weeks visit to relatives in Chicago Ill Mr and Mrs JD Peterson Master t P C W Peterson and Lucian Purdom were in Louisville last week Miss Virgie Mayesis able to be but again after an illness of about two weeks Mr and Mis Harve Cey len Monday for Hot Springs Ark for the benefit ofMr Key whpjs in very pad health Last Warning To laxpayers Your taxes for 1907 are due and the penalty will go1 on November 1 After that date taxes can not be paid tome and a tax warrant wifl be issued against you by the county clerk and executed within ten days thereafter making an additional cost to you at 18 per cent Come in before Nov 1 and save ad ditionalcost of execution and sale Dont let this matter skip your mind Nov I J S OSBOURK SW C Bitten By a pider Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bos queville Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass o running sores hadhe not been persuaded to try Buck lens Arnica Salve He writes The first application relieved and four box es healed all the sores Heals every sore 25c at Hay lcin Robertson druggists Subscribe for The Sun LOO year CARDWELL lAtter a several weekS absence from The Sun lye will try to give few hap JKMrand Miss Lillfs WIlham of this placje dcv to lev J ASlmsSunday aft rnoo an- dwe quietly married and returned to his lathers Sunday night JcksoijivilleIllto visit relatives and friends Say girls did you know that jl002 girls arrived in Nejvy York Sep 28th from Europe looking for goodj husbands Such apity a few of thoset girlsI didnt get off at Card well a our hand some widowers are now got g to Boyle and Mercer counties lookin for jives Get busy girls these wid wers jhave got to have them The sale of John Ruthe fordk last Tuesday was well attended Every thing sold well 0One ma e 10150 horse S71 cows as high as 1750 Mr Rutherford and his family lift Monday for Mount Zion Ill L J F Hooper and family and James Warner and wife left Monday for Mount Zion Ill where they will make their future homes Mr W L Graham bough last week of Frank and Ben Simms of Springfield two very fine twoye rold jacks at 500 each Died on the 25th of September n etc Hardin Milburn aged at out eighty seven years Hfe had been a member of the Baptist church for sixtyone yeas Interment at Mt Freedom the olli4v mg day 4fE Perkins sold his arm of 66J acresto George Warner for 1200 cash RoberK Shelton fsold his artnor12 acres to Dan Yeasts of Corn shville for 1400 cash W L Gra am sold his half interest in the Enoih Royalty farm of 105 acres to his pa jtner J T Moble for 1788 cash raking ihe 1nefarmGraham Perkins sold to J C Horn of Harrodsburg one f ur1yearold- horse for185 Walter Colman receiv id a carl ad of cattle here at 4 cents las week Kyler Wilham sold o Sanders Norton COa Jot of c ttle and 100 hogs last week at differerttricesdat tle 2i cents up and hogs 511 to 6 centsL E G Holiday bought a J F Rfey nolds one pony for 65 W L Graham bought of JT D Keel rJmare for 20750 l W H Littre1l1 old to Buiik Derin er one mare and miiie for 29Q tISeveral more land deal are on foot at this place Iw7uJdbe ja good place for a real estate man out here El Officers 1 Falcon j The American Society of Equity of Marion county met Jiere Monday and reorganized by electing the following officers Robert Durret President George MattmglySecret y and John B r Subscribe for The Sun 1QO year ubscribe for Tbe Sun SUM year Subscribe for The Sun 100 year IaII=1 EiI Good I- Property FOR SALE BY w T EWING REAL ESTATE AGENAY HARRODSBURG 20q acres with 80 acres bottom on Chaplin river t25 i 218 acres in Washingtp i county similes from Perryyjlie at 39 120 acres nicely improi ed near Card well 4000 216 eres near Wash qgtqn county village at 45 247 acres near alvisa fine for any crop 7500 400 acres fine lane near McAfee at 68 309 acres Allen county Ky increased UQ per cent in 1 year gc od for 10000 in 2 Years 4 500 Livery Stable 1Q room house grocery business and stock 6000 Good for 1800 a year Residence and blacksn ith soP with Sooa year trade for 900 I + Tj JIi THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY z LONG DISTARcY TELEPHON E ij FOR RATES APPLY 10 LOCAL MANAGER MffERttND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH qi IHCORPO RATED j BROODER CHiCKS Methods Employed by a Capable Poul try Woman In Raising Them Mrs C B Walker of Brownslrarg rUis1lugthe readers of American Poultry Jour nul The first thing after the chicks are out of the shell and dry we take them to the brooder being sure the heat is riot le s than 05 degrees We never feed until the duck is about forty eight hours old then we give dry boiled1eggaalso I dry the eggshell nud pulverize this and mix in feed which I find the chicks are very fondiof This we feed fortw or three days with plenty of water or milk The chicks should be fed orly as much as they can eat clean allowing no food to be left over as it timpsfldt1wlt Eaper as this can easily bo re movedivyitli all filth and burned this being done every day After the chicks are a week old we make corn bread as for table use using pepper fill egg shell for grit This may be given three times a as pften as chicks are hungry datr a little fresh meat ground e always keep a small pan of grit in brooder so chicks can go to this at will Now to the brooder tioxIwe alfalfa litter oin floor with small grain such as Kaffir corn cracked corn or wheat throvueior so this will give the little chicks nlenty of exercise Wliei they are a wejek old we raise the small door of broodier and let them into this run which cu will find they greatly enjoy At three weeks we begin to give potatoes cabbage or any conven lent vegetable for green food Wealso find they are very fond of onion chop ped fine We never feed sloppy foods or mashes to young chicks as we think these are the cause of so much bowel trouble Right here let me say i find nothing so good for this trouble as ginger tean tea po nful of ginger with a teacUpful of boiling water after cooling You will find the chicks are fond of this Be sure there is no other water they can get to We give this drink often while trouble lasts It it appears It wilhbe all right to give them this drink bncq a week until five or six weeks old Keep before theni plenty of grit and charcoal and as far as feeding is onrnedthe chicks wjll grow to be healthy and happy if ev connected with the brooder is kept perfectly clean After the first week we reduce the temperature of brooder to 7f degrees and the fourth week to about 60 degrees r Dicta For Duck Raisers 7 Ducks are much easier raised than chickens They are not retarded in growths by the many diseases the chicks must contend with The best rexrieayfor dude ailments 1w plenty of sliced raw onion in the mash and a dry sOft bed When you desire ducks for egg production have four to five ducks with an unrelated drake Two ducks and oiie drake produce too large a percentage of drakes Do not let the ducks run with fowls Disease is sure to visit the chickens that are allowed to drink fr m the ves Bel the duck havepaddledjzi x Always catch a duck by the neck too often their legs are broken by be- Ing caught by them Male and Female Guineas Authorities 011 guinea raising claim that It is always best no matter how small a flock you may have to have two or more males running with the henseAs afule one pock guinea enough for every four hens but om isI times the birds will pair Seme ers claim that it is best to breed them nI in pairs There is only one absolutely certain way of telling tie male from the female and that is Dy the call or cry The female has a peculiar call which is never uttered by the male and resembles Buckwheat or Come- Back The call of the malelis a shrill rasping scream Preserving Eggs Eggs should keep quite well for two or three months in a cool dry cellar They would deteriorate somewhat in that time but would probably be stale not decomposed Eggs in cold storage are kept in a cold dry air Dampness In the tor rooms will afftfct the pasteboard fillers In the cases and impart amdst disagreeable odor and taste of wet brown cardboard to the eggs So fsr as I have seen reports of tests with water glass says a writer In FtirmPoilltry the eggs have been put in stope Jars find tIC jars covered Why Keep Mongrels If the production of cggs is the most valuable br hehof poultry culture how asks the Feather Can any one who may be engaged even to a greater or less exteit in their production be 10 shortsighted so foolish so careless r so neglectful of their own Interests is to brush aside the only valuable feature ofsiccess and to hold on to die mongrel product which scarcely vcr pays for its keep How to Make the Mot Easy ETaving fowls come thjrorsh tile molt In good conUItion is wholly a matter of good food and care backing up or sup porting the naturally good constitU tional strength and vigor In other words it is having the birds in jfirst class condition when they go Into the molt and then helping them by good food and good care American Varieties the best The British Fancier thinks that the American varieties of fowls the Rocks and Wyandottesre the best general purpose fowls in existence j c Dr1W F Trusty Practical I DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tj Dentalwork reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Hkydou Barber SLAKEInsurance Agent I SP KENTVCKYlief Old Massiiqhusptts Mutual always reliable theworld HyattOffice SPRINGPlfeLD KENTUCKY t OFFICE HOURS 4 7 9 a m 4 to 8 p m Dr J Mu4d SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER Jt HAYDONS DRUG SToRE Office Hours 8 to 9 A iiI to2 p M Dr W W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office oer Haydon Robertsons Drug Store Office phone 115 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELQ KY Office in Opera House Officer phone No5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONESJ Day 49 Night 109 V Ti SCOTT hAYES J ATTYATLAW Springfield KyF Washingtonandadoining and Federal Courts CC McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice iii all Qtatoand Federal Courts W D CLAYBRQOKEA- TTYATLXW Springfield Ky Wasllingtouandpeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and fn court of Appeals MRSHALLPU CAN LAWYER7 Springfield Ky Officein Robertson Building Will practice in the Courts of Washington and adjoining counties and inthe Coupt of Appeals S Al CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky speciattyWiable Phone 84 JOHN y MAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKy Best Attention Every courtsey shown llatidsomc line of C skctsand Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times oneyear5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun a d the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 25 The Sun and the Louisville Evening- Pot one year 4 00 hL sh4IlIs444 t SiSH ESTATE goodbarn15 per acre No 370acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price 4Q per acre No 4255 acres three jroocl barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acreINo 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres tlihber two houses one barn thatwill hold ten acres of tobaccowell fenced goodtimberlarge dwe Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre t j No 16196 acres 7 mile from Sprifigfield on good pike one 1 room g barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 roomdwellingand church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32i roomdwUjngbarns eow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of i iceliouseNoi 20250 acre nine nfiles from Springfield good dwellingftwo ood tenant hoUsetwo tobacco barns two tables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fitisprhard 30 an acre iinSpringfieldNo 3139 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre i No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25acres of bot tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre NoJ 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60j ft under piViing layed in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year N0133231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from miles from Bloomfield 10 room Dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in and clover 40 acres in corn allirest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine use 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap JSTp 36rHouse and lot seven rbomdwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and hen house Water in house and Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 jNo 38180 acres six miles from Springfield On good Farm in good grass gool six room dwelling fine stock barnIWell fencedPlenty stock water3 per acre No 391021 acres good four room 3welling tobacco barniholds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence finetobacco land 7J miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre NO 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings finer wellcin yard 2750 No 41 =220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good Orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre 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 tenant house good barn 36 36 well watered plenty of locust posts e 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acresOJL fine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings onejtenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty qfy cc 18 acres of clover price 2000 1 t- No49A1 farm containing 254 acres eight miles from Spring field on good pike 8 rpom dwelling seven acre tobacco barn y tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty loeust s posts Close to church and school Price 3260 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locustrposts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School imlles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre INo 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covingtoh avenues No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farmsit unfed in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre IjJo 57l63 acres 3 miles North of M ckville on Willisburg pifcB 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres Similes from Springfield 5 room dwelling acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close tckchooV and church 8IPrice 30 per acre Ilo 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling acre tobacco barn new two stock barns plenty fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 No 611251 acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acies of virgin soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncribs Iand buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land No 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acr- eNo63180 I acres itt Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barnJplenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson couniji Price 50 per acre B D Lake Springfield S4SSsSiSiSSsS s ISIS IIeI 1IIjd 4I 1jtf r 4 J f I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1907It Pointsr r y T0 l Consider J YKout Iappearance ome most v s are poorly constructedof the most inferior materials and will not stand hard use 1Our aim is to supply our customers with high grade goods at reasonable prices arid in order tc do this t buy direct from none but reliable manufactni ers weI See dwriMajestic Steel Ranges and 1 Electric Cast Ranges 11 A larp Irtt of HEATING STOVES to sale tfromIIIl SHULTZi M ELf YI I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERt WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance oJ ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher j intered at the postoffice at Springfield KKy for transmission through the- mais as secondclass matter O TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Yeara 5100 SIXMonthsw 1 50 T1tr Montbs I 251 t DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1 r For SenatorJ GW eckhamI For GovernorS W Hager For Lieutenant or South ble TriIFor Auditor M v For TreasurerRuby affoon Ft r Secretary of StateH berg Wee lang Tor Sup rjrltenaentbf Pub ic Schools 1 M 0 Winfrey L For Att ney GeneralJo n K HendJ rick eFor Commissioner of Agiiculture J W Newman For Clerk of Court of B Chenault For Railroad APieaISJ C McChord For State SenatorJ RorergGore For Representative W t WILL MERITED PR4ISE t OF FAITHFUL OlFIClk 1Th on were unani mous zI1rt meeting of the owli Mens Pro Lec tive Association Whereas The Bowling Green Business Men s Protective Association as learned through the public ness that there is a possibility of the nondJ C McChord iChairmans of the Railtoad Commissionof Kentucky havin g an opponent in his race for reelectioji as sEmeofdischarge of his duties as Chairman of the RaIlroad Commission are endea or ing to encompass his defeat be it Resolved By the BO ling Green Bus iness Mend Protective Association First That we recognize the act that the proper regu atiori of railroad rates is now the most important q les tion before the people of Kentucky as well as the people of tne United St tes settie1andant est thought of men w14 ave carefully studied the condition properly t ad just rates so that they shall not b ex rotbeSecond That the Jowlinjr Green Business Men s Protective association recogpizes in the Hxm C G a faithful intelligent e cient McthprdII est public official whoTias care and study torulroad regoia = I iiThe iSsCo I I Incited v Campbell V f nlPropsj r t tionand who has the courage to be just toi the shippers andat the same time just to the railroads third That the Bowling Green Bus iness M ns Protective Association appreciates the valuable services hehas already jrendered the people of tucky in his present position KenI lieves that if he is permitted to tinUe in such position the good accomplished is but a foretaste of the benefit ot a Railroad Commission whIch is not content to be a mere sinecure but which tufdertakes to faithfully exe cute the duties required by law Fourth That the Bowling Green Business Mens Protective Association feels that the people of Kentucky could ill afford to lose the services of so able an expert as the HonC McChord just at this time when the question df the regulation of railroad freight rates is on trial and the people of his district are therefore urged to stand 10Y by him inhia fight for reelection allyI the Secretary ofthe Association rected to transmit to Mr a copy of these resolutions with the best wishes of this Association Whereas the Lumbermens Club of Louisville Kentucky is in receipt of- Certain resolutions passed by the Bowl ing Green Business Mens Protective Association endorsing the Hon C C McChord Chairman of the Railroad Commission of Kentucky for reelec tion which resolutions are heartilyen dorsed by this Club and Whereas the said Hon C C Mc Chord has rendered signal service to the shippers ot this State during his entire careers and especially by reduc ing the Louisville rate twentyfive per cent and thus nutting our city and sui rounding territory on an equality rate with the city of Cincinnati and by beginning over ten years ago the fight for interchangeable switching and con tinuajly pressing same until favorable decision was recently rendered by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky now therefore be it Resolved by the Louisville Lumber mens Clubi First That we recognize in the Hon C C McChord faithful untiring and incorruptible public official who by years of intelligent work and study has equipped himself to be and now is one of the ablest railroad commission ersin the United States with the abil ity and courage to do justice to both shippers and carrier Second That as a club we disclaim any political allegiance with any party our membership being composed of members ot various political parties but we take this action because we deem the matter one of business rather than politics feeling that it is the duty not alone of all shippers but also of jail public spirited citizens who desire the development of our States great napu sal resources to give to Mr McChord their royal and active support 1 t Louisville Evening Post j t We note that i is proposed in the face of the refusal of the Republican Committee of this rai broad district to provide for a Republican candidate for Railroad Commissioner to place the name of Mr Tarleton underthe log cabin This is a tacticallerror arid is the worst kind of politics Mr Tarleton is no doubt an excellent gentleman but he is not experienced in transportation matters and he does not carry his par tys commission He is a personal can didate forced on the ticket in the face of the adverse action of the party corn mittee But if it were otherwise ifllr Tarleton were the regular Republican candidate RePubli ans as well as Democrats should vote for Mr McChord be cause of the record he has made office is not k political office and IIThevor Mr M Chord is doing is for of men of all parties Mr McChord ha3 brought down on his head the wratpof some railroads in politics been partly re sponsible for the order reducing the lo cal rate into Louisville to the basis of Cincinnati rates from Kentucky The railroads are discriminating against Louisville in cthis feature of rates They are making local traffic rates to Cincinnati which they refuse to Loiiisville The Commission has ordered a reduction for Louisville in nati basis The railroads resist in the Federal courts saying the reduction would be ruinous would beconfiscatory admit ting that competition has forced down the rates into Cincinnati Yet they are not ruined The Republicans in viev of this situation declined to nominate against Mr McChprd Certainly Louisville owes Mr Mc hord its hearty supportI Editorial Louisville Herald Republican Charles C McChord was elected Railroad Commissioner ten years ago and was endorsed by the Repubicans ot the St tetHe has been a yaliantchampion- jOf the people indeed at this moment know of no public official Kentucky to whom shecould say with more dor Well done good and faithful ant Mr McChord has devoted the best parx of his life to the cause of the people He has been a staunch friend of Louisville merchants and manufactur ers He has been able to meet corpo rate greed with strict interpretation of the law and in iso doing has incurred corporate enmity The Herald holds no brief for Mr McGhord but it would be careless of the duty it owes the puolic if it did not do the simple act of justice to art hon est official LAWRENCES LEADERS Read this Column and Save Money I Wanted to exchange grocer ies cabbage potatoes corn eggs and butterLawrence s Grocer Coantry produce ofall kinds wanted at Lawrences Grocery Remember you can buy grocer ies cheap forcash at- Lawrence s Grocery Maple syrup and sugar pn sale now at Lawrences Grocery V few more bar aihslin tin and ataLawrences Grocery Two 5c cans Baking Powder for SG Two 50 sticks Wiggle Stick blueing for sca When in needof fruits vegetables and groceries call at Lawre ice s Grocery FOR SALEBuckboard antI two sets light and heayv harries aw P LAWRENCE 01 Whem you have more verse ti t iL i FOR SALE 1- It +J w tIMonday Oct 28th 1 mI tf +On the above da1eat 1030 oclock a me I i will offer for sale on the street in Springfield the following registered short horn cattle II IFi r 14COWS 3 yearling ttoiie yearling bull t ttlt Tile cows are splendid milk rs 4fSIRII2ILIlIFII fts A1 + SM CAMPBELL Auctioneer r tttables than needed exchange them for groceries at Lawrences Store r Cash paid for eggs sit v Lawrence Grocery ydu can buy ceeap for cash at Lawrences Grocery You can find lotsof good things to eat at r Lawrences Store For Sale Privately r Having soldny home P roper tv will now offer tor sale private ly mrstock of groceries includ ing fixtures Soft Drinkand Laundry agenciesI Alcng with this sale goes the lease on store room andcold storage Making very cheap rent and a- very pesirable point to do busi ness For particulars call on or address W P LAWRENCE Springfield Ky for Sale Privately Haying sold my home on Lebanon street will now offer for sale the cot tage adjoining same and now occupied by Mrs J H Lawrence This house is new land in good repair and well IeIcated For particulars and price see W PV LAWRENCE T Ti c 1Opth d II FOR SEASON t t public dially Leacht Luther Burns L = I COMING I The man representing th- ePALMER GARMENT Will Ieat our Store Monday J Oct 21 twith his full line of Cloaks and Tailor Suits For Ladies Misses and Children i W cOttJTaily invite you to call and see ihis excellent line This is agood opportunity for anyone desiring some thing special in a Suit or Cloak We are sole agents for above ijiqakK of Garments Robertson GoIN- CORPORATED r I R r- Everything New and in first class condition 3 New Pool Tables t Tte BOWLINGt t i 1 a y j j J II In Same BUILDING Occupied LAST YEARr f 4 t Y7n V I Tr i j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAYk Fxu i THE SALESMAN NAMC IS BUSTER BROWN THE BRIGHTEST LITTXE BOY IN TOWN Q fHEKriOWSTHCVCRYKlNDBUSTER riROvrt CLUE RIBBon SHotS V 4 s ARE THE KIND tHATJAMEBOSTqR t riF tt XJ11 RC rHC KIND THAT ALWAYS FIT tHE FEET t YW AND ZIAKE THEM tooK So TRIMd MtfVT r d d Ziegler Shoe 4 BUSTtR f BROWNS = BLUf RIB80N I SO a nBOYS ca6111LS rS Dr J M11 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With v out Pair CROWN WORK A SP CIALTY t l 11 Dentai Work St ictly First class Springfieldr iCy Office in HagoirBloek up stair LocalNews Notes PATTERN HATi lrPattern Ha sre eeiyed each week and on display at my store every Fridav and Saturday MRS WILLJAMS i Gampbells grocery eb ngesaiidst NOV 1 so come in and tsome bar gains in cl ina and glasswaie Lr o4STHEBROWN 7i l j 1H t ijJu- st ireceiyeq in The Latest Styles A N 301iPatternsH t i 3 50 tlilId c r 41 Oe 01 7 r FoR S LEOne suit of furniture 20 one sideboard 15 To be seen at MRS GEORGE CoLviNsL We hayeonly about five carloads ot coal left and those wishing to avail themselyes of our w prices should order now M H Jokps l I will offer fqr sals my farm of 254 acres situated at Hi lsboror for thirty days This is one of the best tobacco farms in the cpuntj plentY1bl grass andwater good ten aire tobacco barn On easy terms For f rther particulars call on G W Stalling orB D LAKE insure iri the Ij armers Home Insurance Company the bnlv company tHat pays Its losses in full JvNij Wells General Mnj Jiirictiorf NKy r if FOR SALETwo g6od wnt tt M Hi JONES CPr P ullid SIJfij i WDNESDAY1 QCt2I7jd-i S Of Y pung Stallions I Fillies Colts Brood Maresl Jacks 6 Jennetts Work Mulesj Hogs Etc at t 1 HIGHLAND V EW STOCK FARM LEBANON KY I wilfsell some chI ice Trotting StallionFillies Colts anti B od Mares in foal Young Jacks J nnetts ii foal several pairs extra large Work Mules registered Ber shire ani Duroc Jersey HOKS fz Heifers baled straw and hay Some of the young Stallions are ou ot producingdams and by Dodd 21421 Gazette 207NorvinWsireof Highland Boy 223 and others ne above Todd colt is half bn her to Allert son of All ertson 2 OO that stepped a mile last we k in 216 quarter in 33 =eilithin15 seconds THERMS 25 and under cash Over25 six months bankable note 6per cent inter st I LUNCH 130t8LE 1230 = John B Wathei JrJ Lebanon Ky frtGk I AtentionThi MUST turn ydur atterltion to foottwear r f In b1exercComfort Style- Durability Not many Shoes combine these three essentials and 4vhen you do run across a make that does you will be wise to stick to it BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon Shoes Are the Standard chool Shoes for Boys and Girls and have made for themselves a national reputation and are universally worn They have the three essentials Style Comfort and Bura bility year the longest look the nicest and feel the most comfortable Ypu wIllmake w no mistake when you shod yourself with a pair of BUSTER BROWNrBLUERIBON Shoes They make friends ofevery Boy and Girl and Parents who buy this brand of Shoes tor their children raisedBuster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes Surround your Childrens Feet with the best Shoe influence COMFORT AND STyLEat Little Expense r Roberton = Claybrooke CoJ ri 1 INCORPORATED Sprrgfiel j1 Kentucky Don forget we are in the corner with a full line ot stoves and furniture Get oun prices before you buy v At Campbells NOTI EThe ladies of the Spring geld Christian church will give a court day dinner to which all are invited the 4th Monday m October L A Shirley Co Willisburg theinlcoming We still want your produce so come and see us Att Campbells 1 9R S LEOnQ peering Corn liar vester good as new W ill sell cheap J K WALLS Springfield Ky R P D No2 Notice is hereby given that the 5 percent peialty hasbeenadded ito all un rpaid schcol tax for 1907 which must be paid in ixty days from this date or a tax warrant will be issued ahtl placed in the ands of th sheriff tion G C WHARTON orcol1ecf v Young pen and Lames with ambitibn i should learn Telegraphy Under the new 8hqur law which goes into effect next Ma chover 8000 additional Telegrapl ers are required by the Rail2 roads in the United States Positions pay from 60 to80 per month to beginners Y uClli1 qualify in 3 or 4 months tine For full details write to the Nati nalTelegtra1Institute t Cincinnati Ohio 11 1s f Campbell t reports Bards own court Mohtlay as wcm attended mud a fairly good court Several head of stock on tie market Made the following sales Two bull calves 112 per head one heifer calf 1275 6ne Vo1 yearold eifer 1875 one horse 7025 one fouryearold horse Si04 one sow and four pigs ll one lot 36 shae co mon 325 er hea la ing all in alla good cro vl and plbntyof stock for Bardstown t FARMS SOLD McElroy Wharton- real estate dealers sold the farm of Jno Dt urns located on Pleasant Run ito Henry Offutt farm contained 83J ares rice 60 per acre The farm is said tc be one of the best in the county They alse sold a farm for s Goccle situated in the edge of Marion co nty near Pleasant Run church tc Pete Hays containing 5Q acres price 60 per acre They also effected tie sale of Tom Wheatleyrs farm situ ted in the St Roseneigh borhot and containing 100 acres to Ollie Borders and Mclntire Bros price 1900 v xy WearJ Agents theCelebrated tI PPQ1II Personal Notes IQ Q Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks Q Personal News n P P PO P P Mrs Winchester Phillipps of Leb anon spent Monday and Tuesday at the home of Dr and Mrs S J Smock Miss Lill VanArsdale left Saturday for Columbus Ohio where she will at tend school Miss Nellie McGil of near town will enter school at St Catherines Monday r The many friends of Miss Alice Haydon are glad to learn that she is able to be out again Miss Fannie McElroy visited rela tives in Lebanon last week 4Mr Neale Boblitt isFreturned from Indianapolis where he has been Working I Mr and Mrs P titius lv twereMrs Peitiis sister Miss McGarley Mf Howell McCauley of Louis vile visited friends here the first of the weok trMr and Mrs IL C Boblitt accdm rpanieili by Mr Boblitts brother Mr A L Bpbhtt are visiting friends in Auburn III Mrs John Mahon and children of Lebanon have returned home after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs SeBe MayesVSr I Mr and Mrs Hugh L McElroy 6f Kansas City are visiting their reli tives1 here Mrs Lizzie ll Dow ILand daugh ter Miss Annie of Danville art guelslS of relatives in tnis city S Messrs Will Robertson and Knight Handy spe Sunday in Bloomfield Mrs E F Wathen is visiting her son E F Wathen Jr of fBardsto yn Junction Miss Lizzie Leachman has resumed her duties with S Mcintire for the Tall seasonIrMrs W daughtero- f Lebanon visited relatives here one day last week Messrs Will FBen F and John F Simms were m Bardstown Monday 1 intending county court x5 LITTLE INDIANS 1KITTLEo MEWfBECAUSE I WEAR BUSTER BROWN = = t B1U RIBBON r SHOES i 11J HananShoes t I t nVI1lejvisiteq Mrs Lizzie Campbell arid little daughter Lillie visited at the home of her dji lighter Mrs Pattie Butler of Boyle County Sunday Miss Zena Arnold who has been visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs M Campbell has returned to her home in Boyle county Mrs Mary Hughes who has been spending two months with relatives in and around Springfield will return to her name in Nelson county tomorrow Messrs C L Price and John Smith Were in Bardstown Monday on busi Hess t Mrrill Timmons of Lebanon was here Thursday thetr son r o thIs place Mr J 1 Wimsatt has returned from a trip East 4Mr and Mrs Smith Barlow have Pretprnedj to their home in Bardstown after a visit to the latters sister Mrs Jjbd C1yrooke 1fa V IS Mrs WWRay V Mrs J L Wharton entertained the folio vfng ateuchre Saturday Mes dames Marganter Bettis C C Mc rdpV W Rai W D McElroy ItCh wa d McElroy Ci Wharton and Miss Lou Booker itingi11ssmtlie +MiSS Anna Edelen spent Sunday in Louisville h iMiss MarvinJefTQrs after a three weeks isit to Mrs R H Shader returned to her home in Louisville Saturday r 4Mrs 1 B Blanford spent Sunday- in LebanonMrs JIS Rogers spent last week in Louisville lMss Elizabeth Leachman is visiting her sifter Mrs J B Hill of Leb anon On her return she will go to to make her home with Mr LOUiSVllli1 K Leachman t Parrott who attends I Iissfadie Catherines spent Satur day at home Bardslt9W arie we ebsterciunty he HEARTISk SO WHEN J JANE is ABOUT i IN t3LUE AND HER HEART 15 TRUE ToTHEBUSTER BRO RIBBONSHOE fjLv BUSTER WITH A BIO J Dr J B RoBarcte and Me ssrsl3- II Moss Leonard Baker and Evan Hagan attended the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington last week a spendingthis tivesIMr Will Greene isf spJnding afew days with friends at Lexington iaDanville Mrs Leo Haydon and children have sittoMr A P Efgleton who is with the Washington County Tobacco Ware house Co was in Louisville the first of the week 4 Miss Lizzie Olliver who has been- on an extended visit to relatives m Shelbyville and Bardstowrv has returned home Rev R E C Lawson and Messrs E S Mayes and W C Mc0hord are in Louisville attending tlie annual meekeing of the Grand Lodge offdvi asons Mrs R EG Lawson la visiting fie1ds in Louisville Mr W A Clements was in Win Chester last week attending the meet ink of the Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association VJ Will Thompson and daughter MrsVC D Qberbon are on ah extended Usit to relatives in Abeline Texas Before returning home Mrs RobcrtsoniH visit friends and relatives in Dallas Texas and Little Rock Ark V r lf M Mis Net 4tievisit to Mrs J Rogers Gore returned to their home in Hodgenville Tuesday Miss Lucy Selecman will leave the first of ndxt weeklforLouiville where she will be the guest of Miss Mary Lawrence Claxtori Mrs W P Barnett and Mrs John Sweieney of Mackville and Mrs Katie Wakefield and daugtiterMiss Mary oi Maud were visitors in town Tuesday Mrs L Rabalais of Moreauvilfe La who has been spending the sumPmer in Springfield with her sisters Mrs T W Simms Jr and Mrs C N Coppert returned to her home Tuesday r r I Notice Having sold our grocer y stdje tc give possession Nov 1 you will be abIG to get some good bar a nsin glass and nnar i Campbell Gtocr r i ii 1L r rr 4 I ft t I iTIlE SPRINGFIELD SljN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 907 1f 1 TUDurA I 2 PARALLEL ITqr inaccurAcy Misrepresen tation and Deception Are the Campaign Utterances V of FornerGovernor Bradley Thus Says Governor Beckham r v In Nom le Speech at S anton The Democrati Chief Executive Does Not Mince Words In Dealing With His Predecessor Says His Charges Are as Reckless and f Untruthful as In 1895 Campaign r tells Why ra1Iey Wont Discuss JL Goebel Assassination t Stanton Ky Oct 10 Declaring that the Republl 3an state campaign is based upon fals hooiand deception i and that its chi L exponent upon the tump former overnor W 0 BradL ley is guilty In his speeches of per version of reco ds and distortion of facts in a vain sffort to cover up the- weakness of his jause Governor Beck h min a speec to the voters here today handled Lik predecessor without gloves riot mmc ing words in answer Ing the charges which Badley is mak mgilHe denounced Bradleys utter i11c s as without a parallel for in accurary misrepresentation and de ception Charges Completely Riddled CTaldng up the statements and charges mate by the former governor t the preseht chi 2f executive riddled t them complete showing in detail wherein they are either childish prO tJ deliberate misrepresentations and that the Bepubjlfcan method of ped dllng slanders forgeries and false f v J c w BEOKHAMi 4hoods is for the purpose if possible to divert the mini s of the voters from the real facts le charged the ex governor with being the man most responsible fort e temporary reign of the fugitive Taylor and declared that Bradley mig it have averted the great calamity tie assassination of William Goebel vho once dfd him a great iavor if he had communicated to him instead of to those later charged with complicity in that mpn atrous crime the fact tha his Ute was being threate led by men brought to Fratikfort by Taylor Powers arid others The Governors G eat Speechr1 The speech of Governor Beckham dealing with the charges of former Governor Bradley and refuting them Is as follows vln his carefully prepared speech at Princeton on Se t24t1which Was printed in the nevspapers and in his Subsequent speeches Governor Brad ley shows the uttjer weakness of the Republican4causer in this campaign con esses their In to meet the of it biUtyI lame knd seeks to ridicule what aJswer He ig reallsuesnores many st important questions in arid by art ful and Ing undertakes t to confuse the minds of the voters He does not hesitate to dIr tt gad facts pervert records and dis tort figures in nisi vain effort to cover up the weakness of his cause 1 shall show before Iglt through with him that he has not only stated things which were untrue but which he should have n be untrue His sitterahces in ths campaign areasr f i j r r q reckless aii d as untruthful as theyld were in the campaign of 1895 heIelecting hiiu governor In that cami paigrf he landerously chargedJthei Democratic idministratlon with fraud and corruption and prom Ised to the People that if elected govj powerIyearsiliefpUblicIecordsnever to this day reported the discov corruptionccatlc admh istrations oPijtIfuIBut how oes the distinguished ex governor wien confronted with this answer to his charges in that cam paign saek1tqescape it In his speech he Siys In 1896 when the Republicans went Into office there was not enoj tgh money in th treasury- to pay an e pert tjookkeeper to look dindchildish that no intelligent citizen will let him off pith such an excuse Helhad under his own appointment a state inspec or and examiner drawing 3000 a yea and expenses with the right to emp oy assistnts whose duty It wits unde1 the direction of thegoy ernor to make such investigations of the books Why dpesnt Governor Bradley own up like a man and con fess to the ruth that they did make this investigation into the books and utterly failec to find anything wrong His refereno to the Tate matter Is of w credit to him or to his party bp cause that d falcation was discovered arid exposed by a Democratic admin istration an Tates bondsmen forced to make god the loss to the stnte by Democratic officials before Bradley came into bfl ce The promises which he and His arty made in that cam palgn were qually as false and insin cere as wen the charges Every Intlligeut citizen in Kentucky knows that the administration of the state under Bradley and jor from Ja mary i96 to February 1900 was fulL of mismanagement dis aster and cr mey It name intp pow r under false i retense and it went out of power in i carnival of lawlessness and assasslr tion 1IrWUlson thi Republican zandidate for governor whose chief spokesman Governor Bradley is n ust stand upon that rec ord of his arty and cannot expert to deceive tie people again in this campaign as they did in 1895 The attempt of overnor Bradley in this speech to a count for the grievousI mismanagem nt of our their administration Is so weak arid so poor thatit eserFes hardly any men tion at alL IrT his printed speech there tire three long columns taken up with a jumbledx mass of figures so arranged as to confuse rather than to illuminate the subject An expert accountant cDuld nqt reach any in telligent con Im lon from such an ar rarigemept a id it Is clear that Gov ernor Br dlei himself was lost In the statistical mjze of hjs own figures He cannot re udlate his responsIbilIty fork Taylor Ii ld Taylors admiulstra tfOIi No ma iwas more responsible for Taylors temporary poweP than Bradley was he was chief counsel and adviser while Taylor was acting governor Iiwash1 Frankfort all the time and was Taylors leading at tbrney in the contest cases His own ndmlh3traJo wg8 bal enQvh but I ne and T arCY aiiiot cape the r added evil of Tailors administration Even if we s ould grant his request to hold them 1sible only to the end of liis ao ninjstratjpn in January ISOOj tine corn jarisbn with Democratic administratioi would be altogether In our favor Charge Falls otlie Ground He states that while Taylor was governor liier was a dual government n the state ai id that the Democrats as well as the R publicans Vere expend fig the state s money That is not truewas worn In as governor on 1 February 3rcL The other Democratic officials were not sworn in until Feb ruary 26th and it was long after that before we naic out a cent of the states money So s charge that we were responsible f r ariy of the reckless expenditures ndeTaylor falls to the ground Iti not supported by thc records or fa n nobody knows better than Governor Bradley the truth about il I e knows too that the Periipcrat c administration after ward had to ay off the greater part of the expenses fir Taylors lawless soldiery as ell as their debts in ci reF during tha disastrous nil istratibn Accord ng to his figures the state was in dbt above its assets when he ass imed office 1421498 If we take his and po one will believe that gutte understated this amount the i e show that they left the titian lal ffairs of f1aftate infinitely wqrs j thin they found them adp1lnlstratIODcents to 5214 enthon1OO and doubled the bond d debt of the state by borrowing 50 000 The records show that when the Democrats took charge In February 900 the state was in debt above its assets 169905736 and Recording to Us own figures it shows that they left the state with a debt of 27765936 larger than the debt which he says existed when he came Into office Tiese ire thecold plain facts from wliich he cannot escape which are cle rto the simplest mind and which he tries tb dpdge by print ing three ne spaper columns of in accurate fi uri s to c ifusethe minds of the vbte s v s He knovvs that the Democratic ad ministratioji hjas wiped OUt the eutiiv I f ebt of the state which It found the conclusion of the Repub an ministration and yet he states in theIprihted speech that the state is in debtf and further he says if present administration has the taxes for general purposes increased the value of property and still increases our debts it will if continued In office land Kentucky in Hell eventually Why should the distinguished ex governor deliberately make a statement that he and every other intelli gent citizen in Kentucky knows to be untrue Doesnt asubject of this inv pbrtance deserve fair and honest treatment Have not the people at least aright to expect that a man who had nce held the exalted office of gov rnor should tell the truthabont these things Doesnt he give our people credit for more intelligence than to think It ppssible for him and the other Republican candidates to deceive them like he and Mr Willson deceiv ed them In 1895 State Entirely Out of Debt Ndt only is the state entirely out of ebt but with all of the money that administration has expended for its public institutions its schools col eges and its new capitol and other worthy Improvements we will have in bur treasury at the close of this ad ministration the first of next January the splendid surplus of 1250000 know that a superb showing like that is discomforting to Governor Bradley and the other Republican candidates They cannot answer iS They cannot by jugglery of figures escape it Butt Indeliberatepeddling of slanders forgeries and PusSlblethjmlfacts thlsladn19778S21 while we state that a larger amount has beeiliappropriatedi for worthy man will look on Iage 21 of tile Democratic campaign handbook a showingffr copy of which I presume he has het 270106207jiall the records and it will be easy f orII him to verify it if he wants to the truth about it He says in his speech the Republican administra tion was not only economical did not only pay off Democratic ipdebtedness but it did many other worthy things n Conflict With the Truth In the light of the facts which I have stated and which cannot be disputed r submit to the intelligent vot ers this marvelous statement of the exgovernor Of the many worthy things accomplished during his ad ministration the onlything that he attempts to show is the establishment of the House of Reform I shall quote his exact words about that wonderful achievement for which he claims credit and then quote Section 252cf the constitution of the state arid let- het voters pass an opinion for them selves the veracity of the govern rlHere is vat he exj For nearly 100 f t butsufjeredc1iIdren old and hardened eHinlnafi Jt re gained for a Republican governor to idenou Ce this outrage and urge the building of such an institution aucl this was accomplished during his administration The new constitution af Kentucky was adopted In 1891 AUil ieis Section 252lilt shall be th s fluty of the general assembly to prb vide by law as soon as praclicablo or the establishment and main enarice Df an or ijistitutlc ns for he detentibri correction ins ructlcn md reformation of all person under the age ot eighteen years ccnvicted sf su0h felonies and such mis emear Drs as may be designated by law Said institution shall be know as the Soiiseof Reform The Den ocretk erieral assembly Of 1898 whe i I Vas speaker of the house of Irep esenja Ives parsed this law providing for he establishment of the H use of leform The Republican gen ral as sembly of 189697 had nothing to do vith it It is evident therefo e that ills statement which I have quoted ia not only in conflict with the truth but with the constitution and laws of the commonwealth Willful Misrepresentation I shall refer to another deliberati and willful misrepresentation of his In Which he states tlhad held the Republican administration responsible for the entire 1000000 of bondllin debtedness which we found agajnst the state in February 1900 I did nothing of the kind for in my open lag speech and others I have stated thajt when the Repuhlican adiriirilstra tion borrowed 500000 they tnereb jdbubled the bonded debt of the State which of course to any sen- Sible man means that there was al ready a bonded debt bf 500000 when the Republicans dpubVed it GoVernor Bradley read my opening speech as his speech shows and said that I exprassedr itn that way He Charges that we have been collecting more taxes from the railroads than he did while he was governor That is true and we are glad that he has called attention toit He says that under his administration the franchise valuation placed on tlIe railroads for taxation was an average of 11329 4900 while under the Democratic ad ministration the average has been 22921478 No bne has complained have made the raUroa s pay Exorbitant iaxeii for they Ihae pro r i J 44S 4SS i 444S 4e 4iTSiStiSsS SIS SISi- I A Piano Placed 1 1 In Your Home On Trial j L F YOU intend purchasing a piano it would be dollars in y our pocket to get ncorrespond ence vi thus f Being tb largest piano dealers in the South and buying them in carload lots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player andpianos Piano1 Pla ers that will quickly convince the most sk lIthat do all we say if given tHe opportunity Our line consists of the wO makes H PIANOS r PRiCE 178 UPLPLA YER PIANOSH 5OO UP H PIANO A YERSJPRICEL MontenegrqRiehm lIiusi1Coj Louisville Ky Kindly send me by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trIalIr Name v I Address h rvIn Ie MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CONCORPORATED 628630 Fourth Avenue Louisville KyFSs iSS SIS1S1SISIO1SNSISS1S SSS 1 pered more than ever before under Democratic administration but wei have compelled them to pay upon a fair valuation of their property From his figures it appears that we hayej doubled the valuation upon them ince his administration The tax at 50 cents on this difference would be 57960 which multiplied bY8 gives 463680 more collected in taxes from oflourOflthealone is enough to pay for onethird of the cost of our new capi itol This is one of the things which goes to explain how the Democrats with a less tax rate than the Republi cans have been able to do so much for the upbuilding of the state Institutions The records how that in 199 the last year of Republican ttdministra tion there were only seven railroads assessed in the state for taxation while in 1906 under Democratic ad ministration there were jlirieteeri rail roads assessed for taxation There has been much development of rail road Business in the state under Dem Qoratic administration and some towlines built but not enough to make up tIle wide difference between 7 and 19 The Democratic general assembly of 1898 passed the Medbfd railroad rate bUt a measure bf Vast interest to our people but GOvernor Bradley vetoed that1m6tt9ure and delayed its paaflage Until 1900 when I became governor find signed it Under that law our people have bee Saved thousands and tens of thousaTids of dollars from ex tortionate charges and discrimina tions by the railroad companies It is not surprising therefore that the Republican governor who vetoed that measure qould find only seven railroad corporations in the state to tax Tho Democratic administration has been fair and reasonable to the railroads and encouraged their progress and development In the state but it has also insisted that they shall bear their just pprtion of taxation and be fair rind reasonable In their dealings with the peopTcl The Cause of Education Governor Bradley says nothing at all about the schools and the cause of education because1 he knows that noth ing was done for them during his and Taylors administrations He knows thIvast good done for them Bunder Democratic administration and therefore ignores the subject He does not even attempt to explain the flagrant action of his administration in the year 1899 in padding the school fund arid increasing the school per capita to 2 70 for Its effect upon the cam p ign of that year Nor does he a- nser the charge that this inexcusable attempt for campaign material caused a deficit the following year of 147000 In the school fund which the Demp cJf tlc administration had to riiakf god and caused the phr capita thav year to fall to 245 The rjemocratic administration has raised it from 245 to 340 It has inoreased the school term from five months to six months of free tuition throughout the commonwealth It has established two normal schools for our teachers It1 has given generously to the State College and to the State Colored Normal Sch6ol It has passed the schoolbook bill hi the face of his and his partys opposition that gives to the sqhool children of the stated their school books at onethird Jess than they fpjmerly jaJd In the face pf t 1 Republican promises wmch can never be these relied upon it presents facts likeS complains that we have no plat IHe The record of the Democratic is a sufficient platform and the people consider it far preferaable to the vain promises in publican platform Their experience adnilnJsJlicari platform promises are not worth the paper they are written on By a jugglery of figures he tries to show that the cost lof public printing under his administration was less than It has been under Democratic admin Istration He states what the records prove to be untrue for those records show that under Democratic adminis tration there has been a much greater amount of public printing done than under the Republican administration and at 256791 less cost per year JHe also says and Iqttot his words Why did the party they claim to rep resent decline to makes an appropria Continued on page 7 CALL fOR ELEaiON STAT OF KENThCKYS Regular term of Washington CoHinty Gourt Augv 190t This day came T J Millet arid filed a petition with twenty lefeal Vbters bf the Willisburg precinct bf Washtington County undo mOd the hold an election at the next regular November election 190T to take the rvotetstockoonIt is therefore ordered that the sheriff arid oft ersofsald election will open r the polls and have placed on their lots whether or not stock shall be al publichighwayiCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk Iri compliance with the abbve order CountyCourtWIllis burg Precinct No 3 ot Washington County that the polls will be open on the next regular November election day 1907 for tne purpose of voting in i said precinct as to whether qr not stock shall run at large on the public highway in said Willisburer precinct No J S Osborne SW C i CALL fOR ELECTION TATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set Regular term of Washington County ourt Aug 1907 This day came H R Thompson and iled a petttion with twenty legal voters f the precinct No8 oi Washington County and moved the ourt to hold an election at the next egular November election 19071to ake vote in said precinct or not stock shall be allowed to run at preinctsheriff and officers ot said election will 6pen the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be PublichighwayCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk In compliance with the above order given from the Washington County Court I herebv notify the voters of Washingtonon the next regular November election day 1907 lor the purpose of voting in aid precinct as to whether on not st dhall run at large on the public high iray in saidSpringfield precinct No8 JS Osborne S WC SonsHaines 4Col andIthe Au The Cecihan A player that can be attached to any make piano ii v 4 tl that we haye the right Pianos at the right price we will place piano in your home on trial and Jf you are not satisfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent SSSIS1LSiSiSiSiSiSiStSgS CALL fOR ELEcTION TATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set 1 C kourtThis day came J G Howell and petition with twenty legal voters of Washington regularNovembervote in said precinct whether or not largeonItis therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election will open baJotsl publieighwayCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk In compliance wjth the above order ntyCourttWashingon electiolbdaysaid precinct as to whetheror not stock highway 1JCALL FOR ELECTION OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct CoOntCoUrtThis day came A L Litseyarid filed petition with twenty legal voters of ofWashingtonCourt to hold an election at the next November election 1907 to ake the vote in said precinct whether atlargeprecinct It is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election will open the polls and haVe placed 60 shanbelic hJghway in said precinct Copy Attest F BOOKER Clk 1 In compliance with the above order given from the Washington County ofKellyimgiuii County that the polls will be open on the next regular November election day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as tQ whether or not stock shall run at large on the c preinctCALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNlYr See tyCourtThijs day came James Wall and filed t otheWashington County and moved the court to hold an election at the next totaketJargeonc s theherifftheirballotapublichighwayCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk In compliance with the above order WaBhingtonCountyCourt Mooresville precInctNo2 of Washing ton County that the polls will be open electiondaysaid precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large on the public high way in said Mooresville precinct No 2 CS J ic iiS r T p f r I I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER u6 1907 f 7ifjf r t J i L 1 m rJ SPECIAL SHOWING OF Attrati e FALL Goodsj9 j Ij 0 AT CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN CO 4907 by Hart ScEaffner f Marx iCopyright i I SQi Without a Parallel Continued from page 6 Jtlon to advance the Interest of Kentucky at the StXfduis and Jamestown expositions Why did they leave the state they loved In the humiliating attitude of haying no building On the pther hand I ask why does the exg rernOr In such a question state A proposition which he mows to be untrue This administration did make an appropriation inj the general assembly of 1904 of 75000 for ah ex hibit at the St Louis exposition and everybody knows who visited that exposition that Kentucky was one of the best represented stats there Brazen Distortion of Facts 3It Is impossible with the limitations of time upon this address to recite all the bar fac dand brkzen distor tions Of facts and perversions of fig tireain thatremarkable sjeech of his It Is without a parallel for inaccuracy misrepresentation and dec ptlQn Long as is that speech there is a conspicuous absence of any reference to the collection of war thelcivilclaims by Capt Can has the Distinguished exgovernor to say about that important matter which came up in his administration and also in mine His associate can didates hav tried to make some cap ital out of the fee paid Capt Calhoun for that wojk The amdunt collected wa 1324000 and Catt Calhouas fee wasa little over 7000 ora fraction more than 5 pij cent tiLeS lowest fee paid by any state in the Union tot similar collections Gov Bradley kn w of the existe ice of ths claim because he apPFpve vouchers tor 57500 for xpenses4for having It Investigated HI aa letter signed by t iis assistant adjutantgeneral whom he appointela t 1it official says will state that in the year of 1896 I learned of the decision in the Now York case and rat once set about to enforce the cpllecilon of th 3 claim of Kentucky and for the purpose to Washington in January 197 collected data and decisions iildI convinced me that Kentucky could I coyer something near btit hundred thousand dollars I cam back to Frankfort and laid the whole matter before the governor and it seemedI little faith was placed by th staT administration in the success 01 pros ecutJng the claim and the governor and auditor decided that tljeywouId- not advance expenses etc ai the mat er Was dropedas I5dI not feeL juslifled in advancingmy own money I had no doubt If Fbad done so T could have received a contingent fee o t2i per cent if I had taken the risk c3flectlons fi tt1luch a contract had buen mad by Qoy Bradley and the same amount bad been collected then thj tee Sor L CI1hIDg Our policy is to make short profits and long friendsSArid now with new fall and winter stocks fresh and full we offer to those who want the BEST in EVERYTHING as veil- S l in value the finest Re yto W ear jj Clothing r The HART SCHAFFNER MARX SUITS at Sl8to S25 L 4 i And Those of Modest Means Our Special Line at 1 0They are Cassimeres Scotches and Worsteads single and dou blebreasted neat and fancy patterns and plain blacks li mJo1tfurther was done b administra tfoj toward the collection of this money and wheif I came into office I empjo ed Captj CalhOun to collect it ft l that Et11P oyment the dis tfnguished exg verriar who had failed in his duty in he m tter as governor sought to gvet mplo ment with Capt Calhoun and sepUre a part of the foe He wrote the following letter to Cal hcifin45 Jebrukry 19th 1902 Dear CtitainT notice that a Dill has been passed authorizing the em ployment of counsel in collection of Kentucky var claim VI write merely to suggest that I might be of some assistance and will thank you if you see fit to make some suggestions concerning the mat ter Your frien Signed W Ol BRADLEY Facts Speakf r Themselves These facts speak for themselves and it is not necessar to aid anyone in forming a sensible cDnclusioh about them AftenhiS dereli itipn ojf duty as governor In regard to this important matter he sought to make amends by an attempt to divide ihe fee for collection with iC apt Calhoun And yet he boasts of he many worthy thlnga and the splendid fi4aneial achicv ments of his admlni a He un dertakes to justify his action in the election of 991lis use of the mll tary thenand at other hjmes but history has stamped with its vigorous disapproval those acts of his and his usurpations of power No excuse whatever can be giver for what he did and flmrrcannotwiJW put the disgraceful blot of his unwarranted action Jin thomattersI He says that Goebel and Jth Democratic ticket were not elecleh The gen rat aSsepIIIIy of the state said that tney were The courts from the circuit court of the state to thesupreme court of the United St tes vlridicatec that ideclsion of the general assembly In the elec tion of 1900 when I was the candtdat of the Democratic par y to fill out Gov Goebers unexpired term the Re publicans made that flue U nan issue in the campaign They aqa corrup tion fund furnished by the Najtlonal Republican Committee f 2t0OO to defeat the Democratic ticket and yet the people In that dec ion inuorspu the decision of their general agsem bly by electing me with nearly 4000 majority They further Indorsed that action In the election of 903 by elect ing our state ticket with nearly 27000 majority That question has been sot tIed by every possible eaithly tribunal- settled in every instance in our favcr He has the hardihood tid boast of his action in using the niilitii avt the polls in 1899 and yet he cou d not spend his remainingears wit better grace than in the continual effort to apoloe t Novelties in Dress Goods Plain and Plaid Broad Cloths Plain and Plaid Mohairs Plain and Plaid Serges Black Voile Black San Toy Black Mohair BlackSer e Black Brpad Cloth Black ShnrlL Skin A GREAT VARIETY OF PLAIN AND PLAID SILK W AI TINGS 25A large stock of Mens Youths t 300t SHOESMens fine Shoes W L S3T50 and S4- Floersheinfs L 5 00 FOR LADIES- KrippendorfDittman fine Sh- oeslorWomen300 to 400 C and E Shoe school Shoes for Boys and Misses Fullline of Rubbers = 1 gize lhlUte people for that crlmo against free elections and that blow e1etion of 1905 in the city of Lp1th villp which Was declared void by the court of appeals last spring The his tory of that case that remedies for fraudulent elections may be fbunJ in our courts and not by the use of military at the polls His reference their places and in the opinion of the court In that caseit was hold that the use of military at the polls would invalidate an election His attempt to make fun of the election In the Bailys Mill precinct In Franklin county It Is claimed there were 104 votes fraudulently counted for the Democratic tickets amounts to little The Democratic party condemns fraud in elections and when this matter was brought to light a Democratic cdurt and a Democratic grand jtiry promptly indicted the gun ty parties One fraud does not justify another and yet ijt woiijd be possible If worth while toj show in that same election fat greater frauds especially In some iof the Republican counfcos were committed against the Democrat lo ticket Might Hajve Averted Calamity When tie undertakes to repudiate Taylor and hs administration we con him TVjth his own bad record at that No man in Frankfort during those dark days did more to stir up the angry passions of the mob fnd bring about lawlessness and crime than did Governor Bradley the friend and attorney of Taylor in his violent arid inflammatory utterances In his sworn testimony as a witness 1none of the Goebel assassination cases he admitted thfrt he had been In formed several timds of the plOt to murder Wijliam Goebel and yet al though Goebel had once signally be friended him he failed to go and warn him of his danger He cannot excuse his failure to do so by saying that two or three of the fellows who were In the plot came and told him her was nothing In It He cannot excuse It now by denouncing that as sassination a8an infamous outrages With the information which he received and which subsequent developments have shown to be correct he might have averted that calamity and saved the life of the man who had once doneiilrn such a great He was in the convention his friend Mr Willson and other Republican candidates were In that same Repuh lican convention indorsed without reservetheresolute and patH otic conduct of twoS Taylor He bewails the fact that Democrat ic leaders in tblis campaign refer at sI i Cloaks Our line of Cloaks have arxived and are now on lisplay C mEt in before he large line is picked over arid are sure we can please you Womens 53 mch Cloak in Black Brown and Castors ranging in prices from 35O to 2500 ON ALLWALL PAPER Boys and Overcoats DoiJglass3 Cos Cos shows where where front favor which O Winter Underwear Comforts and Blankets at low Prices Pair Lace CurtainsAT SPECIAL PRICES IICARPEt TS Rugs and MattingsAx- minhtCrs r worth 125 for110Ve- lvets worth lbS for 95c JI90c tor70cIngrainsfs 50 65c Hug ranging from 50c to 400 Room Rugs from5 9 00 to 18O0 f g Mattings from 12jto 35c CunninghamDuncan Co arguI forl PERCENT HeavyW all to the events or that dark and bloody period We Democrats regret that it is necessl to refer to them but we would be redreant to our duty to the people if we failed to call attention to these matters that happened less than eight years ago and which Illustrate more than words can pic ture the character anc results of Re publican administration in this state I state a fact that every citizen knows to be true that the peried from De cember 1895 when Bradley became governor to February 1900 when Taylor was unseated was the blackest and glogmiest in the history ortlu state with the possible exception ol the Civil war The record Ql that administration is as barren as a desert There was not a single good deed Hi nor a single event that marked advancement and progress for people From th gloom of ourI disastrous record it is natural these Republican candidates should turn in dismay and seek by a resur rection of exploded slanders forgeries and fasehoods to mislead the mind the people and prevent them from Iof rin the real issues cf If time would permit m I could show in many instances when the candidates of the Republican stateS ticket including Mr Villspn have- pursued the same policy as Govern Bradley did in this spejchsand have deliberately facts and stated things which they knew to Opftsome am of these men have gone In their perversion of facts Tho Temperance Question speechIbly the people at large would have more confidence In the professions of Beckham and Hager if they could show any act in f ivor of temperance during their official cater That nan th it the ex goveni6r states that nothing has been done for the teni perancccausd during thi administra tion The record of the laws passed and enforceji by us Is a omplete ref isIance advocate in Kentucky who does not yTthat under this administra tion and1 with Its assistance Kentucky has obtained some of the wisest and best temperance laws that canbf found in any state in the Union These facts are so well known to our people that It Is unnecessary to ad duce further proof to shoW the falsity of his statement Judge Hager and the Democratic candidates can point to the record ofr the Democratic admin istration upon this question as a gutr antee of their sincerity and position on it There js nothing plainer In this campaign than the efforjt of Mr Will t L JrrJr Jr iJill w ell Imi t4Ii nUJl 1 ifTheChic- 1Dull Velvet Calf BootI Narrow Too IStyle Shape Service and Coin fort are built into each Florsheim Shoe The best and most expen sive materials the most scientific Workman are employed that is why the Florsheim isagood s- hoe5OO 1r son to lodge or straddle this qtues tion They cannot attack our position by the use of slander and cal- umnY Th bitterness and unfairness of the distinguished exgovernor towardus can be accounted for to some exter by the fact that much of this temperance legislation which we have passed is distasteful Jo 1eo ihis bet clients Consequently when he discusses this Issue In the campaign we are unable to tell whether he liS most representing these clients or Republican ticket But he shOUld not allow his earnestness as an at torney to cause him to lose his tern per and provoke him to make such vicious and unwarranted attacks upon us The Democratic party has no apologies to make for Its record upon this question and confidently trusts that the people of the state will not be misled Jby the character of cam paign waged upon Its candidates by Ooverrioir Bradley and his satellites The issue is so clear that tho e who run niaji read It is a choice Between the policies of the BradleyTaylor ad ministrakion for which Mr Villsori stands and the policies or the Democratic aflmnisWiatioh represented by Judge HigEr aull Ma ticiet No sen sible patriotic or intelligent citize can hesitate in such a choice The campaign is now moVe than half over I have been in every part of the state and It is jmv candid opinion from what I have s enc and heard that the Demo cratic ticket will Nov 5 be elected by an overwhelming majority The pee pie of IenL upkr love fair play and condemn ihjpocrisy They are deter mined that a ticket likq the Republican which bases its campaign upon falsehood and deception shal not succeed in this glorious old com raon wealth Wasted Sympathyl Benevolent Old 1ahI am sorry JTohnnr tp see you have a black eye rroniisingj Youth You go home and rorry for your own little boy toes two lllusHraied Bits No Ballast Needed j A dear old lady on rending that sev oral aerolites weighing five hundred weight each hnd fallen in the Glmzipui district of India remarked that these bnlloonlsts appeared to be astonishing ly heavy people runch At the eiid of sOnic generations races perish or degenerate In towns It Is ueccssnryi to renew them and it Is always the country which furnishes thl renewal Rousseau Leaky Barrels as Coops If barrels that are laid on their sides fire used for coops be surp to coyer them well with oilcloth or some other coveting that will keep out ratn A lealcy barrel will hold thewater and drown the chicks Springfield KentuckyI lrir FOR AGErlTS AN OPPOKTUNITY The Old World And Its Ways By William Jennings Bryan rNow READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octayo Pages 251 Superb from Photographs taken by CoL Bryan Recounts his trip around the World and his visits to all nations The great est book of travel eyer written The most successful book of this generation UEforemployed The people buy it eagerly The agents FREE Send fifty cents to coder cost of mail ing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo Stomach Muscles in Old Age People should be more and more care ful as age advances to see that their bowels move regularly lathis way they can keep themselves in good health and prolong life The bowels are not as ac tive in middlelife and old ae as they are in youth and with the majbritytherts is a tendency to constipation a chronic and obstinate nature To ward off the possibility of serious diseases use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep coznpounthItpie because 16 Is prompt but gentle in action uMh and does its work without griping orweakenm as is the case with salts purgative waters had vV cathartic tablets rheso should not be used bj children women old folks or weak people because they aretoo violent in action and generally J gripe Furthermore the resu1t are temporary as reaction sets in and the bowels are bound up more than ever A remedy like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Sa very gentle in action and yet thoroughly effective and as it contains tonio properties itstrengthens the system instead of weakening itThe results are permanent because gradual and many can in a short time do away with the use of all laxatives It will cure the most chronic constipation dyspepsia liver trouble bilious ness flatulency sour stomach weak stomach bloating drowsiness alter eating and such other stomach liver and bowel troubles To prove how effective it is in serious case the experience of Mr Armstrong of Decatur can be cited He suffered from a gunshot wound during the Civil War which caused a partial paralysis of the bowels and he has had ever since to use a laxative He says he never found anything so effective or which worked so nest to nature as Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Try it and you will say the same The price is S- I4nts or tl a bottle at any druggisj FREE TEST Those wIsMtwr to try DrCaW wells SYM Pepste before tay lsr can have a free samel bottle HAt 1 thitr MM addrtoinr tin company TNs offer Is to prove teat tte remedy tfe as we claim wd Is only efn te HIM whs Nwe MVK takeR It Send fet it If you have aw symptoms of stomach Hvtr or bowel dIsease GotttMt yet NIt eIec1ive laxative fer eWWrwii wowea and tM talks A NrmaiiMt home ewe THE PUBLIC VERDICT No Laxative So Geed sad Sewas DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN TNsprjict bears purity guarantee No 17 Wastitl PEPSIN SYRUP CO lIP CadwlJ IhIp Mentlwl III RED CROSS DRUG STORE Subscribe for The Sim 100 A F c I i t l 1itg l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1907 N FEfr ip DEATH Clarence Sturgeon Condemned Sil to Die Expresses His Thoughts jn Poetryt1 J Cquri Journal r Lord itbelon s nqtto iny care St- Whether I die ort To Idye and nerve hee IS my share And this my gracetmust give If life be long I wiH be glad That I may long 6bey If short yet why should I be sad Tosoartoeifd1esday Christ leads me thrcugh no darker room Than He went through before On one into His kingdom comes But through His open door Come Lord when grace has made me meet Thy blessed face to see = For if thy work on earth besweet What will thy glory be Then shall rend my sad complaints And weary sinful dayshfrAnd join with all tri Who sing Jehovah praise My knowledge of that life is small The eye of faith is dim r Buttis enough that Christ knows all And I shall be with Him The aboye poem as contributed by fClarence Sturgeon tne twentyyearjold youth who is unden sentence to be hanged on Novemberl 15 and which he says he composed last Friday night Sturgeon who Confined in the county jail said yesterday that the thoughts of the poem came t6 him as he lay m his cell studying over all that the fu ture meant to him ks he idealizes inS the poem he said that the thought dying has ceased to be byany means an unpleasant one and that he would rather die tomorrow than postpone it since it has been deciped that he must die If he really composed the versps he has talents that have heretofore been hid However Sturgeon says be went to school only for the brief period 4ofsix years His Education is limited and was secured at t1e public shoolS of Lebanon his former home and at the Bowling Green Academy In tdlk ing of the poem Sturgeon saidHl1y education I know isppar but it snot the result of learning that I wrote the jpoemYl believe it was a sort of inspiration that led me to form the yerses All of it comes as a result of the things I have been thinking over during these weeks since I have teen in prison Anyway I thinkwriting more of a gift1 than anything else More than two months ago Sturgeon aysthatbelief since Twice each week he is vis ited in hiscell by a priestand scarcely an hour passes during which he does not turn to his Bible tor iprnfort In conversation Sturgec n seems at all times elated and plainly states that he has river had a dread thought in connection with being hanged He Says that he now regrets that he tore up the two tablets of material which he mote several weeks ago and which hein tended to have published in book form The book as Sturgeon says was to have been a story of his early life written with the purpose df being a benefit to young men Hft say that le has come to believe tha the greatest mistake that most boys make is that they leave their homes and the in fluence of their mothers to soon Sturgeon was visited abis cell yes s terday Bv his father George W Sturr- t geon a farmer and miller f near Leb anon and by his brotherinilaw Georg Cpnyers He expects his mother to arrive during the earlylpart of this week Shock Felt In Washingt4 Lounty t I The explosion of a powder mill at Fontanet Ind yesterday practically destroyed the little town if 1000 in habitants It is estimated that two score people were killed ana tjured Every building in the to vnwasI razed to the ground The plant was composed of evan factories The report and stfock of the explo r sum was heard and felt by several peo pIe in thiscounty as well afe in Louis ville Indianapolis and other cities and towns in Kentucky and Indiana Mrs Charles Noe ays the shock bf the ex plosion shook her residence land every window ihthe house rattle consider ably Mr William Goode of the Moores vine neighborhood says he and others there both heard and felt the hocki Methodist Church Nelvs No prayer meeting this we k at the Methodist church ahd no reaching Sunday night on account fe meet ing at the Christian church The members of thcHom Mission 1Society of the Methodist ch irch will entertain the ladies of the church at the parsonage Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5 oclpcfl t t I Jackson Nominatedt CourierJournal ebaionJl Oct 12 Precinct conventions v ere held in Marion county this afternoon to select delegates to at7 tend a county convention to be held here Monday for the urpose of select i ng a candidate to oppose John Barr he DemQcrati1nominee for Represen ti In every pre cinct the delGgates were instructed tp vote1 for T Q Jackson The only an nounced candidate wag W T Hawkins who was affiliatjed with tie dry ele inent in the recjept local option contest Mr Jackson a1 on the fide Card Prom Hawkins The following card appearedin the Lebanon ntr rise last week To the Republicans of Marion Coun tviv r The withdrawal of Mr C A John son as a candidate rvJlepresentative befor0 the Republicans of Marion coun tYi ItJaves me the only aspirant This is sought by me at the ands of the REPUBLICANS I am op posedin this manter by a class of Dem ocrats who are using the Republican party of Marion county to promote their personal interests backed by a few Republicans Who desire life tenure in office These pemperatsare dictat i ng to the Republicans who their nomi ee shall be They are opposed to me because I exercised my privilege in the local option election1 last March and are determined to select nominee who has different views along that line and who will do their Bidding shpuld he be elected Surely tIe Republicans of this county are notr6 inconsistent to permit this jto control their fictions fork the si ike of a few votes of the one day or1yviriety These people are not Rejiublicans but a class of revengeful Deir ocr ts r f fVYl T HAWKINS Six Carloads Shipped Today Six carloads of tie 1906 crop of pool ed tobacco were shipped fo Louisville today Jipm the VVashington County Tobacco Warehouse Company for stor Warehouse to Louisville for gt rage and the man agement hopes to hayethe full crop therein short whi e t liI jI Cnifeans Ans Mongrels There liSt good dl o V ongrl about eihilean society Cui enns will tell youjtluvt they aedesceiidetl from SpaI1i8l1 r massacidd in the ievbliitiou against thc1wlongssn ides ft slave natiy Indian wjpman y ars back and the two types have mixed we with handsome but very fiery results Exchange IjI Her WillirigneMT You raust hare iJeen dreaming of some ouel proposing o you last night Laura i How h that i Why I heard you K whole quaron tor of an our cry ng l1tr Yes Fliej gende BIn ter j L Proud rathei is only a month old hnil Ntturt11y the moon PrOud Moltiier week told and hr s Y way PuckL EerYa has Its iiiproblem by solr- Ing which jiiutnauity isjhelped forward Heine r Exchange In Ntfckties A South Penn squari business man has evolved a plan bf how tjo dodge wifey butVtliere is meiiti attacjbilng to It In this case His wife insists on buying lils neckries and ilotes on Ijitven der and reiii or green spots or apalft shimmering nile green sliot with pur pie Rattier than cause icr anguish by seeming to decry her taste in cravats her husbandi most deceit tilly start for the office eveiy mornjngl Veuriug ntio of her selection Oncfef in the ojfice however the traitor qjiwkly exchanges iX dfTendiig iiccktie or Qmethi g uIIldkAvifos sensations should she pay him ii vfeit Jjonie day in office hptirs o p should lie forget ta mukmthe excirantfp agaiu before his trip hokneriniladtil pulp Record f Hats With Tempers There are huts iiper asev ery woman Js aware t ID huts that go ou7 beautifully one chy for pref er nce in tbje hat shop live minute before they tire pqugut j iid tvhlchIu the next refuse to assune the right pqsje nnd poise for lo 1or injoney Ihore are few coiiditloius more trying than to fall under the jiau tf n bats displeasure Thq only till g to be done Is tomtit it 4i way for a week or so ends tlU it has recayieiI from Its temper Jlke n naughty chi t One can not argue with a hat avid smacking is not to be recorainenflGil London QueenS p H THE SU1 r i A CULTURED BASS L Higher Education Was the Ruin of This Intelligent Fish Buss are intelligent little beasts That is the reason they travel In schools7 remarked Walter Dumpling snn authorjty on fishing and a candi cTtlte for the nature fakir class 4I have frequently observed them studying he continued whether it was better taste to swallow a minnow whole or on the installment plan I have seen them 4eek knowledge con cerning rubber frogs and having made u p their minds that It was a false frieiul go on and warn their com rades ulbnveseen them studying weatherc conditions coming to the surf ace gaz ing intently at the sky finding the di rectibh of tile wi dand satisfying themselves whether tomorrow would lie 1r or rainy AllJrGnl fishermen can vouch for the statement that bass are fond of children I have seen themeat up the little ones Bass are natural defenders of the home lire and when a carp or catfish conies browsing around to devour the eggs the female had laid the niale willS attack the intruder by swimming derthe sharp dorsal spine once knew a bass so Intelligent that ft refused to bite on the ordinary bait and was only caught after a page from an encyclopediahad been tied to tlie look Higher education was his finish Philadelphia North American- IN JTHE SAME BOAT A Story of Samuel Warren and Mat thew Davenport Hill Sam Warren the author ofIiTen Thousand a Year has been the subject of many anecdotes none of them better than one which I first heard re Iatedabout him by his friend Matthew Davenport HlHI l Looking in one day at Warrens phambers Hlli noticed that he seemed n little troubled It Is said the law yeruoy list most unfortunate 1 ought to have dined tonight with the lord chancellor but Mrs Warren Is about to present me with another olive branch How can I leave her I hope Ills lordship wont be annoyed at my putting him off Oh returned Hill ont make yourself uneasj I am one Of the guests I know him so welt I can put it all right for you With these words the visitor prepared to leave he room At first profusely grateful Warren presently seemed a little perplexed and saldu1s tie bye after all I wont trouble you to say anything about uie to the chancellor Between ourselves T have not ben Invited Well rejoined Hill make yourself comfortable oil that point For that matter neither have LaB Mall Gazette L ITor Cure Blushing A great inany men blush said a physician spine so painfully that they come to me to be cured The cute I recommend fls an odd one Itis the abandonment of oyer heavy clothing especially of wool en socks Amazing It Is how ninny male blushers have a predilection for tliick socks of wool But some blushers wear light enough clothes To them I can only reconlmend a nerve treatment I ad vise tliem to make speeches at ban quets lsftogo teas develop in short ipieiierye as a wrestler develops his mUficlet rEfifthcrat Lying H- 1ILIwhs said of Di Johnson that he alwaystaJl e1 as though he were talc ing an ottth He detested the habit of lying or pioMiricating In the slight est degree Iud would not allow his servuitsto say he was not at home If he was1 IIA servants strict regard fpr the trjith said he must be weak ened by such a practice If 1 accus tom hjy s teJla lie for mo have I notrenson to apprehend that he will tell It for himself A style consldIlattng Ihesmallest anecdote he would not allow himself the minutest addI tion to embellish his story The Transformed Pythagorean Some undergraduates once wished to play a practical joke upon a man who was a disciple of Pythagoras so one day when ho was a little sleepy by pmsodathatsmeared him 1 wifh honey and rolled him In the Inside of a feather bed When the JdiKciple of Pythagoras got up In the uibrnlng be looked In the looklngglass at himself and said l6wr ly with It whistle Bird i by Jovei London Telegraph ILoveJand Hatb roe on mOle perhaps this tlnife you may succeed fn b lng loved back again Enemies are only useful as long as you are risuig Once at the top you must do niflYith them by making them your frieiidsEpigrarns of Qileeu El isnbclli Carmen Sylva MakingSur Dentist rye filled all of your teeth that have ca vilies sir MboneyWe1l thin fill th ftst a v thjm tpof thin whin th cavities come Iheyll be already filled bobsLdndon TltB1ti The first farmer was tlje first man and all hisldrlc nobility rests pn pos session and ure of land Emerson f1 I A LIVE CORPSE Supposed Dead Woman Creates PanicAmong Mourners In vited to Funeral Wheeling W Va Oct 14 Rela tives of Mrs Fred Hartzell the young wife of a farmer living near Huntington were bemoaning her death a few minutes before the minister arrived to conduct the laprites when she suddenly sat up t out of the Offin- There was a rush of mourners forth open air windows being used as exits The minister swooned when a palefaced I woman over whose body he had been called to conduct services met him at the door The family were too poor to have a physician and the woman fell into a- swoon in which state she remained four days Her husband believed her- ot be dead and sent for the undertaker He prepared for the interment without discovering that life lingered in the bodyS PublicSae OF LIVE STOCK CROPS FARMING MKLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNI TURE ETC riday Oct 18 At 9 oclock a in Hfeiving decided to remove to Illinois we i will ell at public auction on the abo e date at our homes one mile east Shapviii2ood work and brood mares in foal 2 gopd work horses 1 yearling and two w colts 2 brood sows 19 shoats 2 fat hogs 11 good stock ewes 70 bar 2Oitwo rubber tire bbggiesgood as new one teel tire bug ts wagon har ness 500 good oak Hoards 500 feet oak ingimplmentsfurni ure TWO SMALL TRACTS OF LAND vill ilso be sold at the same time and place One tract contains twentytwo and nehalf acres and the other ten andne half acres Land well im good house dnd barn everlast- ingwelI Te ms made known On day of sale SLEET IN KSTQN r C H PERKINS s M Campbell Auctioneer PublicSalfl House and Lot Horses Vehicles Harness Etc SATURDAYS October 26 AT 130 OCLOCK P M I will on the abdye date Offer at public sale to the highest bidder my House and Lot in Springfield- I will also on the above date offer for sale inibliely several head of Horses some vehicles and a lot qf harness Dr JIB RoBard- sPubIi Sale Thursday Oct 17 1907 Having rented my farm Iyill on the above date at ro a 1l1on my farm 2 miles from Fredericktownon the Beech FOrkriver sell to the highest bidder the following property to wit 3 lawn mares f 4yearrold horse two yyearlingi Cow due to calve soOha fine milker 4 fat heifers 2 fat steerr calves i weanlintr heifer calfoThese cattle1are in fine all gra e 17 fat hogs 3 sows and 19 pIgS 7 shoats i wag On hood as new i top buggy andrharness 2 saddles plows scythes r wheel barrow i grind stone a lot of nice young hepsa plow gear wagon harness 300 or- bushe1s400 oticorn 140 shotksf todder a Hot of sugar cane Inishock 200 cedar posts ready cut 2 cutting boxes i farm bellbHousehold and kitchen Terms ma13e known ondayof sale F Gf OMBS S M Campbell Auctioneer I i 4 IzftRtttFe ZIZlIcZI ie t Lts A FEASTFOR + FALL BUYERS + + +Is promised our customersi in the tit many new and varied styles ofL i iPall andWinter v Goods NOW ON DISPLAY AT OUR TORE LtW 4Now that the fall season is upon us shoppers are cob + frontedvith the task of selecting their fall and winter k wear and Qrdinarlly iti a task to be gladly shunned It is +only when the store man has the interest of his customers Wtruly at heart In selecting his stol and bUY1ng liberally and witha varied selection and good taste that shopping is t made a pleasure That is why we are RItoudof our stock W and anxious for the people to calland se our display WT bought early in the sea nwhelvegot ickjng choice and exercised such care in evry article that we feelwe1have the prettiest line of Falland1 winter goods countt Jr 0 p I W IAn the newest styles in Dress Goods Ladies readymade garments mens and boys suits ladies and mens furnishings 4 We have everything in the latest fall + styles to dress every man woman and I child from head to foot eom l teILtW + t We bought to suit the varied tastes of qur customers jweLti WHOSE TASTES Wt HAVE LEARNED zp 40 J t t Now theres another t matter we wantto talk about to youone that i vtiaily interests you t t IT IS THISI S t YOUR POCKETBOOK t As you probably know the price on every articl of ti goods for fall and winter wearhsalvancedout of all pro portions Merchants are being compelled to pay big prices Ltsfor their goods and of a necessity have to charge their cus W niers accordingly THATS CERTAIN But while others were caught unavaies we studied the situation and 4i with long experience and business foresight we got into the +market for O ur fall and winter goods before the adva t in prices Therefore we are taking things easyand tend to make our customers take things easyno cei4I how the prices soar OURGAIN IS OUR GAIN Ourshelves are full of the newest goods but we are not eoing to let them cost our customers a penny 4 4tGrundy Mdntire z Springfield Kentucky t+ + + PLEASANT GROVE Mrs Bettie Graham of Henryvlllev Ind is visiting Mrs Alice Thompson Nat Thompson and B B Leachman were in Harrodsburg last week Ji F Gregory has returned trom a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs B L Litse y entertained the oung ladies of the neighborhood last hursduy 7 The party give by Mrs W PMer itt last Thursday evening was thor- ughly enjoyed by all present Miss Leachman of Louisville Is VI- Siting at the home of J S Leachman Mrs J Howerton Hopper visited rel tives in Perryville last week Mr mesThompsonof Indianapolis d who has been visiting his mother t this place returned home Tuesday Mr ClaVence Adams and Miss Ella Sweeney of Grundy Orphanage were n this neighborhood SundaySMiss Mattie Lou Adams of Harrods urg is visiting relatives here Misses Mary and Elizabeth Bruce and Sarah Mitchell of Perry villd spent ndfMrsMiss Lill yanArsdale left Saturday- for Columbus 0 where she will at tend schoOl v Misses Mabel Price and May eDon nelly visited Miss Lavenia OConnor last week v Mr Wallace Say has sold his farm BriggsIThere was a surprise party Saturday night at Mrs Hoppers m honor of her visitors Misses Mary Bruce and Sarah Mitchell jr Miss Jennie Leachman spent TKurs night withMiss Francis Litseylr ty Ardis Brown and Miss Jennie Red ding visited Mrs Alice Thorilpph last week SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN W E Lea 1man has for sale onoaSbl1ck horse that a woman orIChIlcan Ive Sound as a dollar- J R Walker Rt 1 has for ale some nice seed wheat saltwo n saletchoo ri Ii 4Ji JL t t lc