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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4i i maaa 4 IA rr t f t 1 I f t bt I rxtt tth f I S o r IJ J I 1 t un ttI4J I Lho E t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 1I fr I t l C t VOLUME r u ISPRINGFIElD F y V KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1909i NUMIEII3 f J SUDDEN t t l 11 DEATH Ot Miss Mayme Knott a Shock to The WIiQIe v Community r t fiie After Short Illness iir St LouisI1o While Attending l Guardian Angel Academy1 1 The news of the death of Miss Mayhie Knott in St Louis yesterday morning was received here with great surprise 4md universal sorrow It was known to but few that Aliss Knott was sick arid the tepbrt of her death was a distinct shook Last October Miss Knott left for St Louis to take a business course vat tKe luardfan Angel Academy She ztwould have complete her course in a Sew weeks and have been ready to re turn home Last Saturday a week ago she and a school friend went out for a Swalkcomplained of Reeling ill She was re move to the infirmary and while therey ineasles and later pneumonia developed Her condition soon became serious and her relatives at this i place wrentified Mrs Knott left immediately for St Louis but arrived only shortly before ihedeath of her daughter and after she bad iedJnto unconsciousness oTheliebanori and the funeral services will r ph V T e held tomorrow morning at St Dom inicte church Mayriie Knott was the daughter of the late JonR and Mrs Sue Knott andS was in her twentieth year having Been born Nov 13 1889 She was reared Int tIns courity and was loved not oply by her faroify but by all who knew her Handsome in person gracious in man ner and with innumerable friends her life promised to be one of happiness for herself and joy and comfort for those who came in contact with her It is with a feeling of sadness that we stand by the bier of any one The innocent bane as it lies corpse its life journey not reallybegun brings tears to the eyes as does the death of the patriarch to whom the Lord says Well done If such be our feelings as to t those who have not embarkedand those whse life craft has landed it is with greater emotion that we think of those who are just facing life whose barque is just beginning to glide into the sea of real life and whose sails are kissed by the light of love and the zephyrs of hope when summoned by death There ire hidden rocks however and unseen shoals and it is oft the case that the sunbecked zephyr kissed sea pas but destruction for the happy voyager So it has been here Mayme Knotts fe Was but begun when death called her but her few years were not in vain tor there are many who have learned to love her and who will sadly miss her kindly presence and gracious words LOCUST GROVt V i Mr Henry Reed arid wife spent Sat urday night arid Sunday with Mr Will Fitle and wife near SpLingfieldtMrs Ella Litsey ityisitto friends at Texas Mrs Mattieljragoo was in town Sat urdayMisss Lillian Leachman spent Saturday night and Sunday with the Misses Ed gerton Mr Ed Birch wife and children have retmedfiom a visit to the family of Mr Charles Blanton at Boston Mrs Emma Baker son and daughter and Misses Lillian Leachman and May Vjanes called on Mr and Mrs Campbell Saturday night Mrs Julia Leachman spent Friday evening with Mrs Olhe Moore Mr Dee Edgertpn will make his home with his uncle John Janes near Litsey this year Mrs Laura Motherly and children and Mrs Dickey Campbell and children spent Saturday eyeningWith Mrs Tom Baker 1 V r The folded Hands I stood above two folded hands Which were crossed on an aged breast Two hahds roughscarred by toil of years Which had foundn time te rest They were ugly bands 1 gazed upon The fingers were bent and old With knots at the joints which pain had drawn t As they worked in heat or cold Those folded hands told of asoul Which had suffered in silence brave Of a fragile frdrrie which had stood the gale Where Lifes fierce tempests drave I thought of the tasks those hands had done borqeOfWhichhad made them rough andworn AndI said to myself 0 blessed hands oursis the better part You have shielded helped and comforted From the love of a Christlike heart From March Farm Journal WINS HONOR Mr JS McEiroy Jr Wins first I Honor In The Twentysecond Oratorical at Danville The following article caken from the Danville Advocate will be of interest to Springheld people with whom John huck IMcElroy Jr is very popular This is but One of the numerous honors ained by Mr McElroy during the three ears he has been a student at Central University Mr John McEiroy of Springfield Ky and a senior in the Academic Department won the annual twentysec ond oratorical which was held at the College Chapel on Monday night The speech which was proven the winner was on the subject of The Evolution f thekSouth It was an eloquent and learned discourse on the past present and fature of our Southland Mr Mc Elro has had the experience of several prior contests afrd is a forceful and en- ertaining speaker and bids to be a- trong competitor in the State Inter collegiate contest Mr Lawrence Mc Queen of Shelbyyille Tenn was the of second choice His subject was Progress of Poverty The other two speakers were Messrs Crabbe and Hughes both of whom delivered meri torious and highly appreciated orations Mr Crabbe spoke onliThe Army of the Reserve The subject of Mr Hughes was Grossing the Brook Mr Mc Eiroy is a member of the Demologian Society He had a handicap at the start over his competitors in that he had been awarded three first on thought and composition The judges on deliyery were Doctor Moore of Cynthiaria Dr Gilland Mr Bagby of this place The thought and composition was judged by he Hon Wm Lawwill Dr Lwis and Dr Ramsey all of this city A large and appreciative crowd was present 9Decision This morning the jury reached a do cision in the JtJanbfr will case which has been on trial for two weeks in the Nel son Circuit Court Thejury upheld the will as a whole but declared the residuary clause to be void The amount involved in that portion of the willdeclared toI be yoid is about 40000 and jt will be divided among the heirs of Mrs Cecelia BarberJCircuit Court Circuit Court reconverted Monday after adjournment f sevetal days The only caseon the docket for Monday was that of Chas Bis DP Cao for damages for OlYS of warran y of a horse sold by toj he plaintiff The the case consumed the entire da und resulted in a verdict of 80 for theVlaintiff Court adjourned until Monday In order that Attorneys Jf W Lewis andj WC McChord may bet here toattendi to their cases Water Crane Completed The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company has completed its water crane on its tracks west of the depot and has made a contract with the Springfield Water and Electric Light Company for water for ten years The crane at this place will enable the train to water here BO that it wjll not have to stop at Bardstown to take on the full amount of water required to run the train This save several minutes of time whichwill is usually consumed at Bardstown i Ot II Jot iV iHON ELIHU ROOT C f L Who tomorrow will be sworn in as Senator trom New York to suc ceed Senator Thos C Platt k GOLD AND SILVER Hidden By a Miser in Historic Cavern Will Be Sought By Hunters Danville Ky February 15 A sys ematic exploration of the historic cay rnon Beayer Creek will be made by party of daring hunters who will earch for three kettles of gold and aI of silver said to have been hidden there in the pioneer days In 1870 a tranger giving his name as James Ed wards spent sayeral days in the cave and it leaked out that his forefathers who had resided in that county knew that an immens sum Of mon y had been placed in i secluded spot in the subterranean ope ning but on account of grewsome disc veries that have been made from time to time bv those who dared enter the place it has been a difficult matter t find persons of sum cent nerve to mae a thorough search The rich treasure are thought to have been placed there by a wealthy old miser who lived in the community during the bloodcurdling times of wholesale robberie prior to the Civil War and fearing hat he would be killed and that robbers xnjght recover the hidden treas ures in the event ot his leaving written directions as to the location he tfent to his graVe shortly thereafter with the fact known by but a few of his most intimate associates Yeirs ago hunters searching for game encountered a tortuous fissure in the rock 200 yards from the mouth of the cave about 20 feet long and large enough to admit the body ofa man This opening led into small oblong chamber 20 feet high In this they found the remains rof at least ten human beings the skulls near ly all sound many bones perfect and others too much decayed for removal On several of the skulls lying on the face was a limestone formation caused by the dropping from the stone ceiling The robbers and murderers who infested this locality the early days probably used this cave and m this se I s r cluded chambet deposited their yictims A bone was found in the cave appar ently a drinking cup which seemed that part of the skull about the crown of the head and bore traces of carving on the outside and of having been scal loped on the edges This idea of the robbers may have been gained from ancient history of the savage kings who drank wine from the skulls of their slaughtered enemies The skeletons were of unusual size some being mas todon in stature Use Kentucky Star Flour to bake your Cakes and make Biscuits Its light pure white and health- fuloQsoIOaOoODoa Two Merry Tramps Miss Q ie Bennett One of the leading actresses 1DITwo Merry Tramps to be presented to the people of Washington and adjoining counties at the Opera House March 6 Twenty characters Brass band and orchestra Special scenery No one cannot afford to mis this treat as it is the best show that has been m Spring field in several years Seats onsale at The Red Cross Drug Stinre aeO o noeno eoo i j 1 i N March blowingOfMarch Do the worst that you cando SIr Rave and blow But dont I know aspringingThatTold me so While youre howling yowling squall Ing I ca ihearthe robins calling Spring Something new comesjwith each coiner Bluebird brings a bit bf summer On his wing Rave oldwmdyour roar arid bluster Cant sCare pussywillows cluster Drowsy woodchucks rouse from sleeping Wild arbutus vines are creeping Snowfed mountain brooks are leaping To the lakei All peepingHaltFrom March Farm Journal BOYS AND GIRLSTO Governor Willson Issues Unique iProclamation to Young folks of Kentucky Frankfort Ky Feb 25In connec tion with an Arbor day proclamation in which he asks the p opla of Kentucky to fix upon Friday April 2 as Arbor dy for Kentucky Goy Willson today wrote a letter to the boys and girls of Kentucky in which nesaysIThe Governor sends his greetings and best wishes and a cheer because you live in Kentucky because you love Kentucky and Kentucky loves you be cause you are real Americans and loveI your country and your country loves you because you have schools and are going to have better ones and because you are just boys and girls arid intend to be and ought to be and I believe you are going to he good true earnest faithful workingmen and w mena comfort to all who knowyou a Wes ng to all who love you and alway helpful useful and earnest Make all you can out of the schools make more than you can out yourselves get all the good you can out of all the joys of to day and use all thsense you cn to get ready to have trbe joy and pleasure out of the days that are to ome after The world is using up all of its trees faster than trees are growing The way to make this right is to plant more trees so that there will be more trees growing than the world is using Sir Walter Scott made the Scotch Laird say Stock in a tree here and there Jock it will be een be growing while youre sleeping I wish every boy i and girl in Kentucky would stick in atIleast one tree on Arbor day and make their plans to start even a little garden in the yard and in the school yard where there is room and would join a society pledged not to hurt any bird or any dog or any animal or living thing not to spoil gardens or flowers not to throw pieces of paper or other rubbish in the road or in the street and to see how nice every boy and girl could look and how mce they would have every thing about them look all the time to be neat in dress sweet in manners kind in acts and thoughtful in their ways with everYbod whom they know cheery and good at home and full of fun and spirit of good cheer and kindness everywhere I wish that in every schoOlhouse theI boys and girls would get up societies and have even the youngest talk about the wardens and the floWers and the birds and the trees and do everything they can themselvess and get their fathers and mothers jnd eerybody who cares for them to do everything theyt can to make their part of the world so nice tht everybody will be glad to see it and people will want to have a chance to enjoy it t This letter is written to each boy andj each girl and the Governor will be very happy to see every boy and girlt but if you cannot come to the Governor take this letter from his as his visit to you and as his wish for everything good to come to you With love to all AUGUSTUS E WI1LSON Governor of Kentucky Young Couple Wed tOnlast Thursday vening Mr Jessed May and Miss Sadie Wilkerson Springfield and were united inmarrlages Rev VIH Williams ceremony Mr May is a prominent young gentleman ofCornishvilleKyt and MissWdkereon 18 Mr and Mrs Richard Wilkersdn oftnear Mackyille We wish the ypun couple a long and happy married life y t v tr MR PETER i T SllEllALY One of The Oldest And Bst Known Citizens of Washington J County Died Last v V Wednesday i i i t Mr Peter Shehan one of the oldest and most highly respected citizen of Washington county died at his home near Maud last Wednesday night ofpH age complicated with kidriiy trouble Mr Shehan had been naVfarysetious condition for some time and his death i f was not unexpected Mr Shehan was born Septembeiwi 1829 on the farm on which he died and m Julyof 14 was married to MM Mary Ferguson TO this union a large family was born ten children of this number tome all of whom are prominent people in this and frelson hrjpounty surviye Mrs rgiri and 1s Josie Shehan ot Maud Mrs NMI JphnShehanlitt Mrs Jennie Barlow WPShebu and Dualey Shehan of Sprinfrfield Mr YIJfewboforoverconstant help mate and support Mr Shehan had spent his entire life on the old home place and was honored jle1IhImThe efforts of himself and wife w ere given to the raising of their children and their efforts have been abundantly rewarded in the lives and characters of jthese 0 i The funeral was held Friday after1 noon at Camp Ground Church s4 RICH FIND 4 il I J tiS Hensfcy Discovers a Fortune q Under a Hearth in Garrard t 7rr7vVi- ffCounty riJH- arrodsburg C Herald r Several months ago H S Hensley df Harlwi country bought the old Nathan Ross fArm of 450 acres in Garrard county andimoyed to it On Wednesday with the assist ance of Albert Pawley he was ipar- ng the old house that had beeriocca Jby Mr Ross who has been long dead and in tearing up the oldfashioa stone hearth he discovered a tin box and on opening it he found22 50p m United States currency arid iriadditioD 1100 in Confederate money and dia monds valued at between J2006and 5000 and an oldfashioned cap and ball revolver Notes for various sum on people of Garrard county many of whm are yet alive were alsoantk box Mr Ross in his like time was one of the wealthiest men in this sec tion of the State Besides large diea of land he was known to have agreat deal of money and had many slaves andethe supposition is that during the ClY lJwar he hid these valuables and the money to pievent marauders and guer ItdIedplace to his heirs Jt is said that many heirs of the old man are living m Garrard county Itis not knowitjwh disposition Mr Hensley will taiike of j tliefind 3Ui5 TheSkk f Mr Will Duncan who has been suf ering for some time from a cancer oir his neck is now very low an1 ifctj not uJtht that he can liye much lobfctr Mr R H Mullican who wa pjkra tandhis recovery t i Big Crowd JH I ft A large crowd gathered atTIeele- nce of Mr Jas C McEiroy otf fiaat Street Saturday to attend the ale of household and kitchenfurriitur Good prices were realized for tbi at ides sold Some of the handsomeitpf he furniture and furnishings wr 4rrie erved or disposed of lAtfSl C tjpbell cried Try Kentucky StarFlour Spjgood y I 1 t i 1f I f i 2 f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY MARCH 3 1909 ij EARLY ISPRINGFIELD Written for The Sun by X v While we are indulging in centenaries and showing a proper spirit of rever Bailee for all things a hundred years old Vit is interesting to conjure upa picture of our own town as It used to look in the early days While there has been liich talfe of Thomas Lincoln and of Nancy hunks and of the marriage li cense which is Washington countys only hold on fame and world distmc- v rtjpri there have been some who hav- esr careI to wonder just what Springfield Vdid look like during those faroff years vA To be sure a century measured by the rising and falling of dynasties or bv the life of a civilization is a mere junit l consequenceMeasured tdref1 years is a long long time and VSust how lull of the romance of change and the wonder ofhalf forgotten names willyou come to know if you have a talk with some of the older inhabitants It has been a hundred and three years since Thomas Lincoln came to the coun ty clerks office in Springfield and ap lancySV left to ofyon Main and Main Cross streets comprised the business portion of the town and lying aU about were farm homesteads and uncleaned timber tracts of white Joakl If there was a pavement in alls vthey town it was made of rough rocks pjckedup from th creek bed and oLsteppingSVvgtones The court house had been te moved from its former site on the Dah ville pike and while it occupied the I T place of the present building it was vbuiit of logs rough hewn from the white uselyft rail house raisings and upon his skill in theAsymmetryiA few of these primitive log houses asSatill remain modernized with weather xardthg but the log inner structures r held together with wooden pins hewn every inch of it by hand tells us of the day whenmachine made nails were un ftrfefcined of and since the iron for the hand made kind had to be hauled from r PHiladelphia they were far too expen sive for the usual builder Not long ago in remodeling one of these old houses it was found that the sUirrail had been carefully notched and bolted together with small wooden pins Not so different is all this from the craft employed in the production of Mission Furniture winch is so highly esteemed in our generation and it is a pity that no one remembers the name of this skillful corner man So many things were happening in the time whereof write Tecumseh was mustering the tribes into a coali tion for the final and greatest Indian war Fort Sandusky still stood on Pleasant Run a block house that had lately been the refuge of the settlers from Indian attacks Napoleon was leading a victorious army through Bel gium and because he chose to destroy a Dominican Mission House at Barn heima little band oif the Brotherhood fled across the ocean jand re established their order under a more auspicious regime in Washington county Kentucky They called their new Mission home St Rose which is the first and oldest house of its kind on the continent There were many names prominent in the affairs of that day which have become extinct in the community names never heard on the streets of the town from one years end to an other There v ere Sanduskysland Barbers and Dyers and dozen more som who liyed their lives out here and have been forgotten already That part pf Main street in front ofS Hertleins Confectionary was deep gully through which rippled the waters of a merry little brook Great logs of the same white oak timber that was so much in the way when Spring field decided to be a town were dumped into the ravine and covered over Up beyond where the creamery now stands was the first brick residence the home of the McElroys anq this Vas then the only brick house between Bardstown and Danville General Walton the pro mot r of the town lived on tile Bards town pike in a house but recently torn down The men of that faroff day usually wore jeans home grown sheared carded spun and made and since the hunting shirt was the prevailing mode one can fancy that the masculine popu- latIon of the town looked much as Daniel Boone does in the illustrations ot the Kentucky History To be sure there were a rich and dressy few who afforded tailored clothes fashioned by the local tailor from weaves transported by wagon train from faroff Philadelphia The tan yard was on High street FOR A LIMITED TIME YOU CAN GET THE Louisville times Regular Price 500 a year AND- TEESpringfield Sun Both One Year FORr J 35QTh- eLouisville Times t is the best afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of corresp undents 4 Covets the Kentucky field peifectly 4I Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right A wayJ To this papernot to The Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW This rate is good only for MAIL subscriptions and we cannot accept orders for The LOUISVILLE f tIMES where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes papers by the month t I Two Papers for Less Than the Price of One- I SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Sun Springfield Ky t SSSS where the old Vancleave property now stands Indeed Springfield seems to have been a flourishing center in the leather business for shortly after we find two more tan yards one on Main street on the McKenna property and the other in the place of the poultry house And wonder of all wonders the town onceboast of a hat factory A shop it was where the local wool and fur was dyed pressed into felt and blocked into a derby or any stylish shape the gentleman preferred Earlyin the towns history there was a stage connection with Louisville which soon developed into a through line to Greensburg It was the custom to change horses every nine miles and so it fell out that one of the relay sta tions became Lebanon for a long while a mere crossroads of little consequence Marion county was then a part of WashingtonS X j In Memory of Theodore Fen wick Mr TheodoreFrnwick diedat the home r We A Smith of Springfield Monday February 22s 1909 After a few days iHness of pneumonia all that devoted sisters and brother sand physicians could do was done for the sufferer but of no avail and atter a few days suffering from that dreadful pain of pneumonia he closed his eyes to spen them only in heaven lie leaves a dear Mother three sisters and two brothers besides a number of relatives and friends to mourn their loss Fqneral services were conducted by Rev P F Hennessy at St Dominies Chlich and the remains were laid to rest in the Springfield cemetery Dear Mother do not grieve for nie l For I am safe at my heavenly home And here no sorrow I shall see And Death is never known Mv pain is gone forever gone My health Oh its so good longingISisters and brothers do not let your hearts be sad For I am still alive But livfc for God and be ye glad Till you m Heaven arnye Weep not for me dear ones 0IBut only gone before to that Eternal home above To which we are traveling for And now I bid you all farewell Ill wait and watch for you all And when you come with Christ to dwell Well liye together there Written by a Cousin Go With A Rushth The demand for that wonderful Stm- ach Liyer anoLKidney cure Dr Kings New Life Pillsis astounding Haydon Robertson say they never saw the like Its because they never fail to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indi gestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c Many Competed HarrodsbUrg Herald Sometime since Dr J B RoBards lectured at the Graded School pn the Preventatiori Diseases At that time he offered two cash prizes to the pupils a boy and girl who would write the best compo sitiori on his lecture Forty of the pu pus contested and the compositions are- in the hands of the committee and the prizes were to have been awarded yes terday but one of the committee was out of town The matter will be de cided this week Dr RoBards also lec tured at the Colored Public School and offered prizes as in the case of the white school and twenly of the pupils have written compositions A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels Doctor Points Out Dangers of PIHs tod Cathartics Salts purgatives and violent cathar tics am dangerous when given babies children or delicate women says a well known doctor Neither should they be given medicines containing narcotics for stomach or bowel troubles It would be well for mothers to heed this warning and keep on hand a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for baby and herself and for any member of the family that has need of a laxative c a stomach remedy It is safe and pleasant to take and has cured old people of chrjonlc constipation and dyspepsia of matiy years standing and yet is harm for a as a Imentsgestion and stimulates the torpid liver to proper action The children like It Late Weathers the popular hotel man In In dianapolis says The children like it we all use it and would not be without ttln the house Mrl Mattie Crouch Tiptonvllle Tenn cured her 5 mpnths old baby of Indigestion with it Mrs Almon Willis Jamaica Vt says it saved her babys life MrsA B Cunningham Fresno Calif says she cant keep hpuso wlthout it It cured her little son of rheumatism and stomach trouble Mrs Flora Hebrew Bow Creek Kan says Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin cured my little girl of constipaton I cannot recommend your splendid remedy too highly for children Mrs Mary E Young Burlington Ja writes I cheerfully recommend it to mothers as the best laxative for qhlldren Mrs Alice Miller Canal Paver Ohio has used Dr Caldwells Syrup PepsinS with splendid results as a children All druggists sell It at 50c and 100 per bottle Pepsin Syrup CoM 301 Caldwell Bldg Monticello Ill will sendi a free sample to anyone whcr has never used it and will give it a fair trial t ox i- jSSS ENTERTAINED AND DINED WITH GHOST R COUNITERFEIT PRESENTMENT TOLD BY FRENCH DOCTOR MAN NOW BELIEVES IN SPIRITS Double of BrldegroomtoBe Mistaken for Dead ManFather of Girl Learns Story of His Death Is True WashingtonnThemost interesting case of the materialization of a departed spirit was recently narrated In this city by Dr Edward Rafael of Paris who state l that he is cognizant of the facts Louis Lozier was the intimate friend of Jean Lozl r of Marseilles and they were friends from boyhood until mature manhood although they were not related by consanguinity Louis Lozier went to India wen he was 21 years of age and there remained until he died Correspondence between them was never interrupted Louis soon became the father of a boy who was christened after his father Three years later Jean Lozier became the fa then of a girl who was named for her mother Twenty years elapsed and thos Loztef friends meantime arranged for the marriage of their children Louis and Eugenie As they grew to youth and maturity the young folks began an intimacy by correspondence which ripened into love Louis Lozier died in Calcutta one week before the date set for his son to depart for Paris all arrangements tobringThe death of the elder Louis Lozier caused a postponement of the wedding plans for almost six months During that time constant correspondence continuedLouis finally left Calcutta foi Paris On the steamer he became ac qual ted with Edward Parsons a young Englishman of his own age and they resembled each other even more than the average twins do so much so Was Received with Open Arms tHe they were mistaken the one for the other by their fellow passengers Inasmuch as young Parsons was going to Paris before going to London he went with Lozier and registered at the same hotel with him They arrived at ten oclock In the morning took ad joining rooms and after breakfast sat- down for a smoke and chat Within an hour young Lozier died of acute indigestion and heart t failure Late in the afternoon Mr Parsons set out to call on Jean Lbzier and state the unfortunate condition of affairs He was received with open arms by Jean Lozier his wife and the beautiful Eugenie and they did not give him opportunity to state his mls slon To them he was Louis and as such he was obliged to accept their attentions at least fota time until he could break the news to them Each passing minute made it harder for him to do the selfimposed duty and after dinner he began tQ Invent excuses for getting out of his predica ment but he was at a loss for any successful ruse until bedtime came when lie excused himself most positively stating that It would be absolutely impossible for him to remain Jean Lozier earnestly insisted upon his real reasons for declining the hospitality and he said IuVel1 to be perfectly Irank with you say that I arrived in Paris at ten oclock this morning I regis breaklcastoclock this evening and I am too po haveIBesides the hotel folks will not per mit the body to remain there longer With these words he bowed and de parted Jean Lozier said that his pros pee tIVe soninlaw was a strangely joc ular young man and that he did not like joking on so grave a subject The next day lie made inquiry and found that the story was true in every par ti ular and that the young man had arrived died and been burled as stated and now he tells of his reason for believing in the materialization of spirits because he entertained and dined with a ghost I New Blacksmith i Shop11 t ift rI have opened a Blacksmith Shop aLthe old- Kelly Shop at Pleasant Grove 1dfanii rejmred to do all kinds of u Blacksmithing Woodwork Gunwork Etc An J Invitation is extended to all my friends to five me a trial Satisfaction Guarantd I Moderate Prices T 5B Thompson f JrPleasant trove Ky 1 WISE AND OTHERWISE When patience has its perfect work it does not stop work for shorter hoursS X No burglar yet has pleaded that he entered a jewelry store thinking it a watch house r More than one Wall Stree stock king is made of lambs wool at ayhaveleap year she can be her own popper Some men will give assent toabenevolent scheme when it is proposed but not even one cent after ward Genius never stops to look at the stoPDJlIgand perhaps a little longer Indo lence and its twin shiftlessness like Genius have no use for clocksE G Holden in The Sunday Magazine METRICAL MUSINGS The folks who court trouble are lacking in wjt They ajways get double by marrying It Out of the frying pan into the fire Is a state of affairs that is dreadfully dire but if youd stay out of the fire the plan is not to get Into the frying panSCupid used to aim his dart at a maidens fragile heart Now he aim with cunning look at her fathers pocketbookS A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr DrugstQuickA box of Buckleris a hurryBabysnie cut his foot with the axe Mamies pilesBilliefamilyItsby Haydon Robertson FINE FARM T For Sale We desi to sell our farm at Frede- ricktown Ky Washington county FARM CONSISTS OF V4OO115 ACRES FINE BOTTOM LAND BAL ANCE UPLAND WITH PLENTY OF VIRGIN SOILAND TIMBER All of the bottom land and most all of the upland grows fine tobacco Jrn provements are Modern Brick ofttea rooms 3 good tenant houses tbtticco necessarybuildingsWill sell as a whole or in 3 or 4 parts with improvements each part JO K session of two houses and onehalf ot more of the land can bgiven now and verJoCjill on or address Mrs M L or PtarJ CWIMIV ediktewti Ky 1P YOU WANT THE BEST f WOUR FORjPride of Washllllllr Sprinjfiilds Choice ANUFACTURED BY c L W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT =iiw frlrllOll1 IatIIIES tiI O IIIIIu rl I If ttl1f d i H5ttU Hfi6h1 H I I Milt Elevator Residence and Land for Sale This mill pronerty known as the Bradfordsyille Roller Mills ofira by 2O00Qbushelsbusiness was established in 1875 and is in favor with a large steady and profitable trade The residence is a new twpstory ten room frame with mil necessary outhouses barn buggyshed corncrib etct all in Vood a lot 180 feet front bv 375 feet deep lawn shadedby large maples 130 feet of colonial PDlcharoUndfrontand sides of house One of the most comfortable and desirable homes in Marion County Attached to this is a plot of about 14 acres of betterintheIThe whole property lies together in the edge of the town of Bradfordsville Ky a beautiful village with good churches and LebanonKyand where this mill has a good trade This is an unusual nity for a handsome home and a profitable well established business The whole property will be sold to the highest bidder on the premises Wednesday March 10th 1909 at Executors aIs Terms made known on day of sale For furth information call on or address T8 B E TERHUNB Executors BradfoFdsville Ky i L 4 hee- 1i 1 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 31909 J 3 t t liiIiiiIItiiiiiiiIS 1 I r p it r r J t1 I t Jil J t a 4 s f rgain Subscription Offers i J i B special arrangement we have Had the followingk iclubblng rates continued through March 4 t I iintI i anhI tli i tjl J I t toi t t 11 t 4 1J d1 t MMJI 8 I It l UI t lt t i r l Take the Child Out of The Tobacco Field Educate Him IIrEDITORIAL IIN SHELBYVILLE SENrr Discussion after discussion has been heard abiout the limitations of the to bacco crop Every remedy has been special andli S never reached beyond a year or twoButa solution suggests itself that will be and must be f rlreaching in its effects and will carry I Itself through all times That it will effectually curtail the crop surprisingly and place it within the limitations of asking your price cannot be gainsaid It does not take many words to tell it and it should appeal to every parent and every citizen of the commonwealth and nation Take the child out of the crop and put hun in school Kentucky hangs her head in shame when site views her proportion of illiterates she is contributing to this na ton If the declaration of the Womens Clubs that the proportion of illiteracy is greater in the white than the negro children of Kentucky it is surely ap posterity It is in order to appeal to these fath ers and mothers to the Burley Tobacco Society to every Womans Club and to every citizen in the commonwealth to start a movement that will not end until the croppers child will be seen with book in hand seated upon a bench in school It is a tight the children have and selfinterest should not be permitted to carry itself to such length as to deny this right It is ashortsighted policy that keeps thisjchifen the field Take him out and the increase in price of tobacco will more than pay for his services OLD MEj i i r SEEDSl l 1 t t And besides look at the benefits that must come to them and their posterity Laws all over this broad land par ticularly in cities prohibit child labor and the tobacco croppers a large portion of our population are a charge upon us and should not be overlooked It is from the poor the greatest ones of earth come Kentucky needs their services badly and let every one see that they are not handicapped with ignorance There istno surer mark of mis government than illiteracy let Kentucky therefore free herself from the odJu 1 of such a charge IAgain let the cry of the child of the cropper be heard for that which is next to bread itself Mercer Countyj Herald Mr Glave Goddard bought a pair of Clydesdale mares at the WX1 more horse sale for 365 One of them wpighed 1280 pounds and the other 1340 and 200 pounds more can be put figuresIthat a pair of mules to do the same work required of these mares would have cost him 500 John Shelton who hyes just across the river in vVoodford co nty near Mundays Landing had valuable mue shot by some miscreant last Sunday night Mulligans blood hounds were sent for to trail the dirty whelp but we do not know WI thwha results Captain McDonally who owns ahome of eight acres and a small house on the Handy pIkewe are told refused S375 tan acre for his place Monday The imn rwho made the offer was aMr Dunn of Garaard county This does not look like farming lands are going down any GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWINd lINDtArc a safe proposition for us because w under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis expenseThat in stock Doesnt that make GOLDMED LSEEDSa pretty good proposition for you IJ M Trent Ky it- TIMES 350 EVENING POST 350 LOUISVILLE HERALD 325 Weekly CourierJournal siSO- Herald 125j 1 t l and if any t farm lands on earth are worth that money it is the land on Shawnee Run where this land is located Last Monday night while Mr William Prewitt and his two sons were attending meeting at Mt Zion church in Shaker Bend some one stole their horse and buggy hitched in the churchyard Many other vehicles were there but for some reasan Mr Prewitts buggy was chosen from the rest and backed out and driven off It is said two men supposed to be tramps were seen in the neighborhood that afternoon but have not been seen since the horse was taken 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known tothe medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails tiocure Send for list of testi monialsAddress F J CHENEY CO To leao 0- Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Death of Little Child The following notice of the death of little Edith Louise Gore a niece of Mr J R Gore former editor of The Sun appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Edith Louise Gore three years old the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ollie H tore died this morning at 710 oclock at the home of her grandmother Mrs C M Ferris 235 East Breckenridge street the compli cation developing two days ago caused her death though she had been ill for ten days The end was not unexpected The funeral will be held Monday morn ing at 930 oclock at St Mary Magda lene church Brook and College streets and the interment will be in St Louis cemetery The death of the little girl removed a child who was lovable and attractive in a degree hard to realize by those who did not know her Though only a few months from her fourth birthday she was known to hundreds who loved her as though she had been a member- of their own families Her passing therefore came as a blow not only to her relatives but to scores of friends The SUP nit CouriartTonrritl S161 The Springfield Sun LOG per ytar s y t Old By Don Mark Lemon Copyright by Daily Story Pub Co Poor old Hans Brave old Hans Food for fire and smoke Red fire and thick smoke The big tears crowded to our eyes and we bared our heads to the solemn occasion How the fire engines shook and throbbedas if their great hearts were bursting toknow that the flames were gaining on brave old Hans rare old Hans Gaining In spite of alfy their heroic effortSSo raging was that terrible wall of flames that the thick jets of water seemed to turn to smoke and fire as they hissed against the burning build ing From every window to the eighth floor red tongues of flame leaped outward licking the walls and melting the bricks till th yranand fused An explosion Jo the rear of the building had long before swept away the fireescape the stairs and elevator shaft were pillars of fire while the firemens wooden ladders were licked off at the second Joint like straws in a furnace Poor old Hans Honest old Hans Oh foran arrowgun to have shot him a line of rope Yet only a coil of steel would have hung intact against those flaming walls and that in a minutes time would have been a writhing whitehot serpent of fire We thought all had escaped from the fated building and were curiously watching that great torch of Umber and brick when a face suddenly appeared at a window on the ninth floor and looked down on us Poor honest old Hans We were struck dtimb with horror for a moment then a hoarse shout arose a shout of sympathy sand encouragement Hans heard it and he took his pipe from his mouth and nodded his head solemnly His lips seemed to say Goot pye poys and we groaned atlthe thought of Itat the pity of it Many a man there was who could do the work of Hans but what man could take the old Dutchmans place In our hearts We shouted for him to waitwve would get a lifenet foi him to leap into But there wasno net Not even a cheap mattress to break that ter rible leap He put his pipe back into his mouth He was taking his last bmoke like a gentleman a hero and a Du pen man Goot pye poys his honest face seemed to sayClBe Boot to your selvesRare old Hans Gentle old Hans He had always thought of the mean window where old Hans stooda light white smoke that was near to flamebut poor old Hans was too fat to jump Betterto die where he stood than to be smashed a r t + i y t rp t- J1 t t T Year ff l= frr JD InSend aJOtrders THE SPRINGFIELD SUNi t j I I jCj tt handiIcap Willisburg LOUISVILLE systemthereby Typhoidpneumonia Poor Hans A Vl Ijt tj I t JIIIi r His face was gone from the wIn dow Foodfor fire and smoke red fire and thick smoke No there he was on the roof peer est of us ere he had thought of him self Just an old Dutchman vbut n V heart was as big as a barrel of sauer kraut Jump we shouted In desperation Well catch you Hans Sure we will The flames had reached the ninth floor and smoke was coming from the Ing down atus He had taken hislast standPoor old Hans Who owed him mon eyand which of us dldnotwould neVer need to pay him nowyea usdidFood for fire and smoke He who deserved to have died In bed peacefully with his friends his pipe and his favorite stein near him He leaned far out from the build ing He was going to jump ten stories to the rockpaved street belowWe shouted for him to waitwait one Instant until wecould bring a net a mattress anything to break that terrible fall But the roar of the hun gry flames and not our despairing shout must have reached him for sud denly his feet left the edge of the roofPoor old Dutchman We would never drink beer with him again never borrow another dollar of him never again fill our pipes with his best tobacco Never Why what in heavens nameAn other instant we were a mob of yell ing gesticulating madmen falling on one anothers necks and pointing upward and laughing through our tears Dashed to death on the rockpaved street Food for fire and smoke Not Hans He came sailing gently downs over our heads smoking his pipe with his favorite stein in his hand celts yoost as easywhen youre a Dutchman poys he smiled j We unstrapped him from the big parachute that he had always kept stowed away under his bed and then we nearly mobbed that pretzeleating Dutchman Unlovellness of Mind No woman or man can go through life scoffing at the feelings and wishes of others holding themselves apart from pompanionship of their nearest and best and then expect to hare love and devotion banded back to them Egotism andL unloveliness Of mind breed a herd fpf little demons that in time will turnyand make a ring around one and tau back and sting this one who has cal ed them into life Frances Berkejey Cunningham Priest or VB PretenderPRINT SALE BILLS AND PRiNT TMCM RIGHT I r I CLUBBING RATES WITH LQUISYlLLh A LIEStt i The Sun and The Louisville Times one yeary3 50 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 641 Same mcluding Sunday 82tTh eyJournal any three days inV the week 3 Tli The Sun one and the daily Courier4ournalny sin the week sixi Hrmonths 2 3f 1 The Sun and the Stmday CourtIerJouroal one year 2 8ft V The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4Wv j The Tjltjaks Liar Exposed t Tjltjaks are a species of lizard cfT the chameleon family some of thethree Incites long They crawl any where haying a preference for thY inner side of a mans shirt In tnd1 tjitjaks are desirable as they devOIr mosquitoes and otherfn3ectLI f Rheumatism Do you want to get rid of 1tIfso tale Dr Miles Nervine modified as directed in pamphlet around 0 bottle In addition to the direct curative prof erties it has a soothing effect1p onthe nervous systenoTby which the rheumatic pains are controlled and rest and sleep assured It has made many cutesr of this painful seaE some df them after yea1s of suffering If it will cure others why not you If your case is eomplir cated write us for advice 0 it costs you nothing and may save you prolonged I suffering I was so irlppled that 1 could scarcely walk After havJngmy shoos n on for an hour or two Icoud manage to walk by Buffering the pain The palnsaUthroUCJtmy s an acute attack of inflammatqrr MilerNervinemenced to get better from the atatt tscarcelyn SAi ER8 t a P O Box b Rockavay N t T2Cl rimerice of first bottle onlyrlf It fallsto benefit you Miles Medial Co Elkhw t mid l t I t t 1THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1909 ii i j l It Makes Your Feeda I Go Farther The stock raiser who gets the largest profits is the one who has found how to reduce the proportion of food that is wasted through Flack of assimulation Every pound of food that is not turned into i tissue is absolute waste The way to stop it is to feed all your stock PRHESS FOODaIt tones up the digestive organs gives the animal an appetite and and helps it to get every bit of the food value out of what it eats With the lceof all feed high you cannot afford to do without Dr Hess Stock Food and Poultry PanaCea Prescriptions a Specialty Pure Drugs J yn jVFlints Oils Varnishes Irushfs ticJ t RED + DRUG I STORE tirLEO HAYDON PROP SPRINGFIELDKY I SPRINGFIELD SUN J 1 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY V lUBgCRIPTION ONEUOLLAR In Advance PMbhsherrJrktared at the Springfield for transmission the nit as second lass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oseyear V00- Titre ri 1 aaAODwatr Months 25 1I r TAFT S INAUGURATION JA i Tomorrow will be a day of not only 1exceedin r interest to the American people and indeed to the civilized world importancejTheodore wjll come to an end at twelve oclock noon and Wm Howard Taft will be- inaugurated President and James S Sherman Vice President of the United States Their induction into office J will be imposing in the extreme Washington City will be elaborately decorated by day and illuminated by night A magnificent parade will be reviewed by President Roosevelt and Pi adinKjrmen of the nation ylll present to wishr the new President god speed and access to the retiring one Mr Taft is equipped not only natur ally but also by experience to make the nation an excellent executive Aside from being a man of great ability jihd fine Character he is a lawyer of national fame and for the past eight years has held some of the most import 1 positions in the executive depart tiiiittr lI rft7I shows that many good watches tare spoiled by tampering No matter how little you suppose the matter with yours better HAVE ME FIX IT A whole lot ot damage can be ane by those who are not ac quainted witlj the delicate mechanism We know watches me yours itdoesnt go just right iDmDPr lIc Tickit CIRCUIT JuDGE H Thurman COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY C S Hill of Marion County COUNTY JUDGEB L Litsey COUNTY CLERKW F Booker CIRCUIT CLERK Robt Noe COUNT ATTORNEY T Scott Maye- sSHERIFFS Anderson SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JW JAILERGeo D Catlet- tAssEssoRW T Mitchell SURVEYOR Wm G Roberts Sun and Times 350 Iument of the Federal Goyernment all of which he has admirably filled Mr Taft has already outlined some of hi plans and enumerated some pf the reforms for which he will labor He will not be as spectacular as Teddy bu we believe will be safer and mure sincere in his administration The Sun is Democratic paper and bent every effort to defeat Mr Taft but he was the choice of the American people and we accept him as our Presi dentiWe are first Americans and th Democrats and being so constituted we hope that Mr Taft may make the American people a safe conservative and patriotic President Tomorrow will witness the official retirement of one of the few remainin older politicians of Kentucky whe Senator James B McCreary will be succeeded in the Senate by ExGov Wm 0 Bradley Senator McCreary has been in public life for about fort years and in every position has given his constituents and his country his best efforts and the fuel benefit of Ins experience and study He has been a member of the Kentucky Legislature = I I Investigation Itu ulll1Lil lir uiuunrlu I1uul ilifiuIMqul is theyti I J = a n if I JASIJa GRAVESs t Governor of the State memberof Con gress and U S Senator In every po sition lie has shown the same unswerving devotion to duty and the same desire to serve his State Whether Senator McCreary should remain a pri vate citizen or again be honoredinsome manner by the people of Kentucky he will throughout his remaining days command their respect and admiration BOOKER L As have been absent for some time I will again tiy to write a few items A arge crowd attended the funeral of Mr Peter Shehan last Friday We have had plenty of rain and the river was higher t ian it has been since 1854 Mrs Lou Settles and son Charlie spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Pal mer atley near Valley Hill Mr Ben Pile sold a cow and calf to Tatutr Brown of Valley Hill price unkno vn Mr and Mrs J Goatley and family have moved to the place known as the Laura Grundy farm near Mooresville Mr Will Vandyke Was in our midst Wedn sday night Mr W O Ellis has sold his farm near ooresville to Grundy Cutsinger price 5 350 Mrs T Hardin is still on the sick listMr Tames Wall is better Mrs Jim Oder spent last week with her m ther Mrs Mrs fnLMr Steve Colvin of Springfield was in our midst one night last week We were sorry to hear of Love Settle being on the sick list Mr and Mrs Ed Pile and daughter Catherine spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Emmett Settle A large crowd attended church at New Hope Sunday to hear Bro Sims the pastor of Rockbridge church Mr Emmett Settle has sold his sheep toJMrCheatham price unknown There will be preaching at New noPe Sunday Bro Willard will be there to finish out the year Mr and Mrs Alyin Riley spent Saturday night with her sister Mrs Em mett Settle at Booker Mr Ben Pile was at Valley Hjll on business Monday Mrs Cull is on the sick list but is a little better at this writing Mrs Nettie Grume is spending a few weeps at Woodlawn Mr W O Ellis was here last week Hardinhtur day with Mr Boblitt A large crowd from here attended the sale of Mr Eddleman at Mt Zion Everything so dwell VALLEY HILL Miss Imogene Goatley was the guest of her cousin Miss Pearl Goatley lasts week Burnett Wall and George Moul of Mooresville were in our midst Thurs horsest recently returned to her home near here after s brief illness at the home of her moth er near Polin is doing nicely now and it is hoped that she will soon be re stored to good healtn 1Miss Madge Lair of Louisville visit ed Tier sister Mrs T C Tatum of this place last week Carl Yancey and wife attended the sale of W1 C Eddleman at Mt Zion Wednesday eMrsJ W Tucker and two little children visited relatives in this section Thursday and Friday Miss Elizabeth Settle of Maud visit ofgyII Goatley visited relatives near Maud Wednesday FredGeorgeMou of of Mooresville were in Mackville Fri day and Saturday purchasing some live stock Wednesdays raIn put Cartwrights creek up very high almost to the high est mark Mr and Mrs M Reed and Ernest and wife attended the funeral GroundeFriday Your correspondent was kicked and lilm1HilumlIIUUIIrtrumnaIl111J1nlIItnwIJf e Notice Ladies Ladies for 50c I will mall you a pre scription for the BEST FACE AND HAND LOTION MADE The prescription can be filled by any druggist one prescription WILL LAST A LIFE TIME GUARANTEED to make the Skin WHITE AND SOFT AND REMOVE ALL FRECKLES AND BLACKHEADS Address M M E LEE 817 South New Jersey St Indianapolis Ind nlJ Mens Womens INCORPORATED slightly injured by a spiteful horse at the saTe of Mr Eddleman last Wednesday Albert Benedict of Mooresville was in our midst Friday buying horses tte purchased a bay mare from his broth ers at 133 Seed sowing is the order of the day now as the unsettled weather dunng February c used a delay m the sowing of clover and timothy seed Mr S G IReddick had the misfortune of cutting His foot very severely a few days ago while cutting wood Although he IF doing nicely he is unable to Use his foot as yet Mr Edward Kelly visited at the home of W B Ballard Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Reddick visited relatives near Willisburg Thursday and Friday Mrs J E Ferguson has joined her husband in Louisville where he has a lucrative position Jas Moran Jr visited Vallas Pink ston at Slaple Hill Saturday and Sunday VIe are informed that the agent of the L N of this place will open the post omce discontinued here because of the RF D and will possibly open up a grocery If this be true Valley Hill wIll soon be among the busiest little villages of Its size in the country We are indirectly informed that Mr L Mi Walker will resign his position as mail carrier on IL F D 1 which we every seriously regret and Jio e it ia untrue The high waters of last week did considerable damage to land and fencing in this section washing out many pan els for several persons also washing away a large portion 01 Sabe Hardins saw mill works as well as several fine lows from the farm of W G Grundy Orchard Grass Bou ht and Sold Highest Prices paid for Orchard Grass We can furnish farmers any grade of this seed CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN Night On Bald Mountain Ona lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bert on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that hadcured himself of won quicklyhis sons of a severe lung trouble Mil lions believe it the greatest Throat and Lung cure on Earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs HayFeverand 100 Trml bottle tree Guaran teed by Hay don Robertson and Childrens SHOEMUSTGO Regardless of cost =15 pairs Ladies Russia Calf Shoes worth 350 and 5 now go at K 275 and 3i36 pairs ladies Black Kid Shoos in food style heel and toe Zeigler Make y well worth 350 and 4 now go a- t2508d318 pairs Mens Patent Leather Shoes worth 350 go in this sale at i X250x1- 0 pairs Mens Tan Shoes 12 inch top worth 5 and 550 now go at 935O and 4tWe have a few pair of Boys School Shoes at SSe a pair Boys and Girls SchoolShoes4T COST SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY NOTICE Kauffman Moyer Arnold and Enter- Prise buggies for sale They stand for all that can be asked for m buggies Mogul Wagons Disc Harrows Corn Planters Tobacco Setters and The American Field Fence the best fence on the market in all sizes from the 55 ntce fence made in No 7 wire top and bottom and No 9 intermediate wire and stays to the 26 nice Hog Fence and the best Poultry Fence on the mar ketat 40c per rod A C KIMBALL Try Kentucky Star Flour Sogood Notice Poultry Raisers Now is the time of the year to feed your fowls agood tonic R41144 cures Cholera Gapes Roup Canker and Limberneck When fed asa preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Price 50c no cure no pay Guaranteed by your druggists Haydon Robertson and Red Cross Drugstore Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry BoysMisses r t r rr 1 i ftt t fi THE ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE OOoba4oOooOaOnOS x Opera House March 6th R r The Indian Ballet In Two Merry Tramps at the Opera House March 6 The best showontbey road Twenty characters Brass band and orchestra Seats on sale at ThedRed Cross Drug Store Oe enaeOeOenoe aO f III HZt4Z V ItituZIZ j Are You Going to To do Any Improvement Work On Your Premises j tf I If so call on us for riceW aafui5iish from stock most anything you want from + the foundation to the roof inside and outside paint not excepted Make a list bt 1 yhat you want let the other fellows figure on ft then let us That is allwe ask Ve i will appreciate the opportunity x iWe are never too busy to figure for you t whether you buy or no- tSpringfield t I Lumber Co 7 Hif t I r SAM s i 4r re t1jHe ce ee Vii i j ff l t I r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 I9cg s o tOS o kf STOP RE D tI Ll 4 it y WHY NOT PROFIT FROM EXPERIENCE OF OTHERS L Save both time andmoney by buying goods that have been on the market for years have proven oti sr J y MERIT their name means a GUARANTEE that they are alright We refer to sesr0 f Jr The Swan Nit bone better t i t HjsldmartHeldman Clothing the best that can be made The Ellhinger Clothing for Young Men- The OBryaj Brds Overalls excell all others Queen Quality Shoes for Ladjes try a pair t Litte Red School House Shoes for Children I == J Goods in goods J iGRUNDY Springfield t G 1 T1 RESIDENT DENTIST vTeeth Extracted I ou ain I CROWN jyORItA All Dental Work Strictly Springfield KyIOffice in Hagon Block up stairs I Notes1r goodf1eIMr and Mrs Jas J Graves are re arrivalISALE A good surry and run aahut SAM TucKEivR R No 1 awes E Springfield Ky R D Box 10 has for sale l6000 feet framing and boxing for tobacco barn Also 6 000 boards 301 sell on 6 or 9 time a good note bearing 6 per pent in terest t i 4 JTry Kentucky Star Flour Its made like grandfather used to make it The well known line of Selz Schwab Shoes in all grades Mens Boys Ladies and Childrens try a Royal Blue a perfecto The Famous Shoes for Men made by flelmarBettman Edelens Honest Mike ghoes and level try a wetl known shirt Cluet Peabody Cos and 150 The Arrow brand Collars in all every day we are glad to show you We want trade ft t Dr with First class Hagan lumber length inches months Best pair the sizes The Springfield Lumber Co starts a series of adds with this issue and wants to assure the public that they are equipped with the stock and that they can and will make prices that will compete with any of our surrounding towns They carry everything needed in building from foundation up and are prepared to furnish promptly almost anything you need in the building material line Kentucky Star Flour Best made Mr R A Nally who for the past several years has been conducting his barber shop in the basement of the Springfield Hotel bast moved into the building on Main street formerly occu pied by M H Jones grocery NOTICE All persons having claims against E C Cox assigned will pre sent same properly proven to the un dersigned and all persons knowing themselves indebted to said EC Cox eIwill come in at once and settle L A BURNS Assignee 1 our hardware and tinning business to Hatchett An dersoii ft is necessary for usjto straighten our books Parties wno are indebted to the firm are requested to call at the store at once and settleSHULTZ RIEDEL Look Look QjD to Hatchett Andersons and you will find the nicest lines of Enamelware and Stoves- to be found in Springfield or Washington county Be sure to call on us before buying SPECIAL SERVICE GIVEN TO PLUMBING AND TINNING A Point i L To Consider l In buying a Stove or Range don t be fooled by outside appearance Some of the most sight ly stoves are poorly constructed the most inferior materials arid will not stand Harduse Our aim is to supply our customers with high grade goods at reasonable prices and in order to do this we buy direct from none but reliable manufac turers SEE OUR MAJESTIC STEEL and ELECTRIC CAST RANGES 0 Very Respectfully O D HATCHETT S J ANDERSON llatcheftAndersonSpringfield 3i Try Kentucky Star Flour its made like grandfather used to make it Manager Leo Haydon has booked as an attraction at the Opera House for Saturday night the musical comedy Two Merry TratnpsrThis company consists of twenty people and carries a brass theoroad for several years and is heralded as a musical comedy company of merit It is not often that the pleasure loving people of Springfield are able tb hear a musical comedy company and no doubt a large crowd will be in attendance While Washington county suffered from the heavy rains last week its loss as compared neighboringtcounties was Sales Ford was considerably damaged the small bridge at Maud washed away and the fill to the new iron bridge dam aged and some of the other bridges of the ccjunty were either injured or washed away The loss was not heayy however and can be easily remedied Spenc r and Bullitt counties were most severely damaged of any counties in this part of the State Clarence Burgderfer the impersonator wave an entertainment at the Opera House last Friday night for the benefit of the School Improvement League Mr Burgderfer was listened to by a large sized audience which thoroughly enjoyed the whole perform ance Mr Burgderfer is probably the best impersonator who has ever befnI in Springfield and his different acts were heartily applauded by the audi ence Other enjoyable features of the evening was the piano duet of Misses Martin and McChord the quartette composed of Messrs Waters Krecker Noe and Colvin and the solo of Mr A R Schultz ooooeOOO oooeoO Opera House March 6th 4 The Hobo Twostep Scene in Two Merry Tramps the leading success of the season Te y characters Brass band and orchestra Special scenery Seats on sale at The Red Cross Drug Store leoooeooeoooooooo Enterprise John W Grume indivi and as surviving member of the f firm of John W Crume Bro Tuesday filed in the United States court a petition asking to be adjudged a bankrupt His own indebtedness is comparatively small The total liabilities are listed at 10 453 and the assets at 7345 The assets consist chiefly of the firms livery outfit their coal and implement business and accounts on their books The livery outfit is valued at 2500 the coal and implements at 1800 and accounts at 1500 The bulk of the claims are small and are scattered in different cities Among the largest creditors are the International Harvester Company which holds a claim of 1600 and the John Deer Plow Company of St Louis The firm owes this latter company 1 004 Mr Crume has the sympathy o a host of friends in his misfortune KentuckyStar Flour Best made L rt R G Corsets they fit experimenting Acorn Shirt Waists Perfect Fitting Black Cat Hosiery made to wear try our No 15 for boys our No 10 for Girls one pair will wear as long as six pair ordinary hosiery Dont forget Topsy Hosiery they are alright too Pullmans line Linen Handkerchiefs for Ladiesthe everyHandkerchief k Arriving Always MclNTIRE Ky Burton Will NOTICEHavingsold Hardware o ooooooQ o ooo ooc o a01 Visitors In and Out of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks a Personal News S Q q OQOOooOOOOOO i Miss Lizzie Haydun was in Bards town Monday Miss Fiaget Simms has returned from LouisvilleVMiss Katherine Spalding of Leba non is visiting Miss Bertha Haydon Mr Jesse Rapier of Bardstown is in town Mr G B Cu iningham was in Louisville MondltYLMrs A RA Shultz and Mrs Ida Clarkson were in Lebanon Monday Mr and Mrs fi S Mayes Jr and Miss Annie Mayes have returned home after having spent two mbnths with their brother Mr Archie Mayes in Oakland Cal Misses Lizzie Leachman and Kate Mayes spent the weekend at the Grundy Home Mrs H D Rodman of Louisville has been the guest of her sIst rMrs- IH Thurman Mrs AJjce Miller of New Hope is the guest of her daughter Mrs W F Trusty Mrs C Royle Norman of Chattanooga Tenn is the guest of her sister Mrs David R Litsey Mrs Kent Marks is visiting her brother Mr Robt Nell of Louisville =Mrs B A Spalding and two sons were in Louisville the first of the week Mr and Mrs Sam Goo lett were in Louisville this week Mrs J Y Mayesand MrsE E Buster spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville Mrs Kate Williams visited her mother Mrs Connor of Fredericktown last week Mrs J R Mahon and children of Lebanon are visiting Mrs Mahons par ents Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr Miss Sue Sweeney of Louisville will arrive Frida1to visit her sister Miss Ella Grundy Home Miss Nellie McGill was at home from St Catharine to spend Saturday acid Sunday Judge Chas McDowell of Danville visited relatives here last week Miss Ernestine Knott was called home from Nazareth by the death o her sister Miss Mamie Knott Mr Joe Wycoff was in Lebanon Monday Mr Ray Goodm is viJtmgin town J Logan Bosley of Lebanon was in town Sunday W E Greene was in Lebanon Sun day Miss Carrico of Lebanon and Mjs Rose Hilpp of St Matthews are the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 D Hatchett =Mrs T E Hardesty has returned home after a visit to her mother in Louisville Mrs Ben F Simms has been called to Henderkonville N C on account of the illness Cf her son Leo who has had charge of a school at that place Mrs W H McCawley of Louis ville is visiting here lIonJ S Clements of Louis ville visited his mother Sunday Jfhaving been summoned there as wit nesses in the Barber will case I i Gilberta Petticdats in all 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appreciatedWe Katie HertleinBrjSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY THE 2ESTJ Mr J J McCabe of Louisville spent the first of the week with his family at this placeJMr J W on Monday Mr Walter Leachman is able to be out again after haying been confined to his home tor a week because of ill e1 ness Mr John R Barber is in attend ance upon the Barber will case at Bardstown = Mr J R Smith ot Bloomfield was hone Sunday He was accompanied home by little Misses Piety and Inez Smith Miss Della Smith left today for Louisville after spending some time with her parents near town Mr Adolph Hertlein of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday here Mrs J R Durrett and Mrs M W Hyatt have returned from Bloomfield Mr and Mrs Sd McGill arid Mrs Ralph Boldrick were in Lebanon Monday to attend the golden wedding anni versary of Mr and Mrs C C Cambron Hon T Scott Mayes pas in Bards town Saturday on business fAttorneys John W WJC McChord who are engaged in the Barber will case in Bardstown spent Sunday at home Mr John L Barber is in Bardstown this weed Misses Lucy and Veola Brown left Friday to spend a month with their sister Mrs McClasky of Bloomfield Crescentss Miss Louise Medley I iJudge I H Thurman spent part of i last week in Louisville on blH fheW r SoD Campbell of Perryville is yiaP thug Mr NC Campbell near tbwnJ Mrs Alice Funk and MrH Ed p can of Louisville have been calledhere fe because of the critical conditioi of theup brother Mr Will Duncan r t rHon entSuriil i f i and Monday with his family here Mrs P W Starks pf Evans viUvis thq guest of Mrs L J Deering at h Campbell and Bottoms re iden je jpf Mesdames J L Harmon cf Bowl J ing Greer and W T Barnett fMaiville are the guests of lira NA 1 1 Campbell hear townJy Miss J ucy Selecman who hjas bee visiting her cousin Mrs rC Ch 5CblCJlt J in Ft Scott Kans j for the paif montlb i iBettisman has gone to Little Rock Arkwvtt c BooKer 1et r yisitTheSUN i t Ij t W V STALLARD DD S IS1RINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH 3EXTRACTEDyr IWITHOUT Pain rDanrti Ali Wnrtr Done In this pfflce is first class in ever t J justa ndvQrtied IUARAND1 rer McElroy ShadersGrocery ItLO FOR SALE1 A FARM 0 ffjSituated Four arid onthaif mills rely Barrfsttwii t Contains good TOBACCO LAND has eighty acres in grass and fifteen acres of good blue grass woods also a young of chard 50 acres of bOttom land A bargain at 50 an acre For further information apply sit this officer Vr 1 i r f n a J Jc TTI t f 1T tli v I f iiTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1900 t I SiSSSiSuStSiSiSiS S S SaSiSiSuStSaSSiSM wEEkLY I COURIERJOURNAL1 Htnry WatUrstti Editor I if Is a national Newspaper Democratic inLh politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price islQO a year but you can get the WEEKLY 4 COURIERJOURNAL andJ TltE SUN t BOTH ONE YEAR FOR XNLY j I 150 IlypUjWillgive or send your order to this i papernot to the Courier Journal j e + 0 J1 Daily Courier Journal one year 1 oo Sunday Courier Journal one year v V 200 i We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper a 4 i OLDFASHIONED NIGHT SHIRT Hf Jc ntleman rwlll wear anything but pajaP4Mens Fashions At jtne elosg of the Civil war the 11 roWe rlIigl pajamas had not fcecpni general It was only with the iiwr Xq jNewPOrt that this unhappy cus tom originated Thi pJtY There was a freedom about the old I fasiilo 4ed night shirt with its flow JtaKj that somehow or other eemedto add to a mans moral stat wile Jt is true that this garment WU n ver beautiful But then it doot1zIgltshirts unless they have been rudely awakened by the cry of fire Every man should when by himself 1aafej of making himsl t- fuunlovely and comfortable as pos a4bl Pajamas do not accomplish 1thsnIhey constrict the waist line and when In bed give one the embar tagging feeling of being dressed forth evening 15ieoldfashloned night shirt has the grid quality of reducing every man jto the same level as his fellow creatureis A bishop accoutred In onewas no better looking than a jprize7fightef And fa there any man who has been through the experience of standing in neo these garments before the fur JtacefiressTiovelingin coal in the dead et night who does not recall with almost Blinding tears the heights of moral sublimity he has reached upon those ocasionsLite Running No Risks Mr Kawner But you spank your children when you think they need it don t you Mrs Crossway Mercy no I loaew a wman once who spanked her young ones so often that she got wajsglljxfyer the palms of her hands I verily believe it was a judgment on kerand It made the spanking all the WQIe for the children too Chicago Tribune Out of His Line- Pardoi me for intruding upon you t sir said the caller but I want to know if you can tell me pf anything that will drive away an incipient boll 1ISir responded the answers to queries man a frown this is not a tbureau of InllainmatlonChlcagoT- ribUIie ww Ww w ww wW WIRt IWHbtE OH WHERE Small Boy who has been reading all the inscriptions I say dad Where do they bury all the jhad people I Too Nearly Followed Efetook the busy little bee To bghis guide along I4fea pathway but to cry jat length When near lifes ending Stung Puck 1ThIngs Best Left Unsaid SkeI dont believe you really meant it when you said you were anx ious to hear me sing HeOh1I assure you Idid You eetI had never heard you sing be foreNew York Herald Rara Avis Hes just an ordinary drunkard Iit lie No heran extraordinary drunkard Why he doesn even think he can stop any time he wants to Cleveland Leader I The Parental Kick Friend of the Fanjily Is that you g man coming to your house as a suitor for your daughter nhigY1andmore American An Addition Do you know I dtjnt think tle wireless danger signal is quite suffi dent What addltion would you make I would have it to readC Q D P D Q Baltimore American j t I9O9 1909 THIE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY 1 READ m4t iE ttmtng te0t wnFft- EE AND GET 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas Mo all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVER TKUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS jLatst Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and CompltU Enrraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3600 4Priated in colors on heavy map paper It contains sit pies 28x36 inches The Chart 15 J150 The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them veryrare one the only picture of its kind in existence There are nine therma s of great value among them a map of the United States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all thePresidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A is given over to Intt tical Kentucky from forznatMn of State to the year lgogi A istorlcal Political Directory of Kentucky giving Presidential Vote State Officials Area And Population U S Senators Chief Justices Speakers of Ken tucky House Congressional and Railroad CommIssioners Districts Dem r ocratic Repib11cau State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and TQ from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto ico Alaska Philip andCqnntriesThe Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wan Q Chart be given FREE to those who subscribe for the Evening Post for One Year at 800 or for Six Months at 1200 by Mail Thi for thosewhocannotgetThe EveningPostdellveredI rlptlonoftheor the Atlas at ence THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky Augustus L Wiliso- nic lNcIIkr1 SPECIAL PRICEWALLATLkS T WITH THISP- APERtxJ50FtER YEAR = ai Jj DOOtt F vRM 4rkiL r The floor to the hen house should be highland dry Storms ate not conducive to good sheep health Introduce new blood Into your flock this year Breed up not down Sheep pay a good dividend on the money Invested in them If properly handledS The trained brain as well as the hardened muscle are needed upon the farm Wheat bran and a little oil meal together with an occasional feed of roots is good for the brood mare The horse Jlhat objects to tile curry comb has probably been hurt by cruel or careless handling Be sure that the young horses are not spoiled in this wayI One solution of the farm ltbor prob lem is to introduce every laborsaving device possible and to so simplify the work as to be able to get along with less outside help If you have not already done so it is time for you to go all over the in cubator Clean it up and test it out for a couple of days before putting the eggs in it The man who says there isno mon ey in pure bred poultry needs to be reminded of the New York poultry raiser who not long ago sold a roosfer for 500 and another for 1000 Troughs for the sheep save lots of grain Easy to nail two boards 4p gether in a V with a couple ofshpft pieces across the ends to keep them right side up It Js one thing to raise stock and It Is another thing to market them profit ably Be wise in breeding and feeding but be wise also as to market conditions The besi stove you can put In your poultry house to keep the hens warm isa lot1of litter In which grain is sprinkled anti for which the hens will scratch and sjng in the crisp air Read your farm paper as well as- Meadowbroo Farm Notes We give you nuggets of farm wisdom here and you need asp the longer articles on agricultural science to be found In 4our farm papers t Many a man has good intentions JDlted out of him by rudeness on the I art of others It Is just so with the firm animalsIyou jolt them with a rough word or a blow and they just get outror the notion of being thrifty You can arrange the box In which you keep your hatching eggs so that the entire box anbe turned over and save handling each separate egg But remember that the eggs should be turned every day or two to pre vent the yolk settling Cultivate the apple orchard In the opinion of some of the most suc cessful orcharding the grass mulch system is tin invention of the devil to tempt the lazy man The roughest land can be tilled Dont let a few stumps and rocks scare you out The chemical spray which may prove a good protection j for the fruit trees when made In right proportions may prove very injurious when not so made We heard of an orchardist the other day who had heard that axle grease was good to keep rabbits away from young fruit trees It kept the rabbits away all right but it killed the trees Know what effect the treatment will have before trying it generally upon your orchard v When the clouds hover remember the silver lining To th farmer there are lots of dark days seasons and weather conditions threaten Ill sometimes and even utter failure but remember the brightness just ahead ft is never as bad as we fear Tie farmer needs to remember this He must learn to be friends with the weather to be an optimist and to fit his work Into the conditions which Dame Nature gives him With the Increasing demand for potatoes the blight makes further Inroads on the production until It Is laid the agricultural department fears a potato famine in the United States and will turn its attention to the prob lem of the bug and the blight The latter foe of the potato is proving more dangerous than the beetle which successfullyMillloDs every year if we can learn how to combat the blight iY IiSheep and other farm animals should be fed with regularity to get the best results Filthy stables make bad air and bad air is just as injurious for the stock as It would be for you Kindly treatment will win the confi dence of your poultry and will keep them in the laying mood Have you read the report of the Country Life commission and the presidents message on the same It isa timely word on a live topic Try rubbing the horse down while he stands at the watering trough If he Is not hurried he will often drink Give him a chance Get a town of your own for your butter pJyour stamp on it and if your goods are right you will never lack for good paying customers Roup and chicken cholera germs may remain in the soil for months After an attack of either disease better to remove the chicken house to new location if possible If this is not possible sprinkle house and grounds with airslacked mine The feet of the colt need looking after If neglected the hoofs grow crooked and cause a straining of the ligaments in the fetlock joint oratwisting of the joint itself A rasp ised on the bottom of the hoof is the only thing necessary to keep the feet growing straight The agricultural department reports the milk production of last year as worjth 800000000 A goodly sum to sure but how much o f It was over and above the cost fJ production That is a good question for every farmer to ask himself Do you know what your cows are doing for you T Avoid feeding too much fattening foods to the brood sow See that she gets plenty of exercise Jog her up occasionally by drawing her attention to some tidbit and then throwing it to the far corner of the pen compelling her to get up and gb over after it Root crops are the things for brood mares sows and sheep but for cows corn silage is the best form of succu lent winter food Sheep will also do well when fed silage aa a part ration but for brood sows and mares I wouldprefer to have root crops such as carrots for mares and beets and mangels for sows 1 Finely chopped roots of any kind are a good substitute for green food for the hens A good way to feed the roots if you do not want to chop them fine is to suspend the roots from the ceiling of the hen house with a string and let the hens jump for a bite They enjoy the exercise and they get the roots all right Try this for mending bags Get all your patches cut out i then make a gbod thick flour paste few experi ments will determine the right consistency Have some hot sad irons ready Cover the patch with the mix ture place it beneath the hole put the hot iron on It and the sack is mended Cheap onion seed is not safe to use as it may mean mixed varieties lack of uniformity In the crop or the produc tion of scullions OnJon seed is slow to germinate and the little plants are delicate and slenderrooted at first The fresher and more vigorous the seed the better the germination and the stronger the plants The germina tive vitality of onion seed decreases quite rapidly with age It is stated that the German gov ernment has bought from an Indiana farmer a hickory tree which measured 38 inches Indlameter and has taken It clear over the water to makecarrlages for cannon We are not Informed what the old man realized for his tree but It was no small sum Again we plead with our farmers to set out more trees Any kind that will grow In your locality Fill verY vacant space on your farm that cannot be used for regular farming purposes with trees Then sit down and see yourself grow Into prosperity v At the Indiana experiment station W B Anderson has carried through two tests to determine the value of skim milk for growing chickens The two lots received the same treatment except that lot two was given all the addltJontotinued for eight weeks Lot one consumed 180 pounds grain and the aver age weekly gain per chick was 262 ounces Lot two consumed 217 pounds grain and 90 pourids skim milk and the average weekly gain per chick was 446 ounces Hogs that are raisea right need forage crops Raise the RIgs in the field providing suitable shelters move- able hog cotes doing nicely Do not depend on their gathering their living from grass pastures or from following fattening steers but raise siTch crops as they like and let them harvest the crop Much corn can be saved by such a coure and the hogs will be health ler Exercise is absolutely indispen sable to the pregnant brood sow and In extremely cold weather she Is loath to take it preferring to crouch in a corner of her pen covered with Utter to going out Some coarse grain scat tired In litter will induce her to exercise ID she Is not too liberally fed turnlngovejl1I IFTrusty 1Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work reasonable prices All w6rk guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D 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spcia1tyWillable Phone 84 Dr W R MORGAN t Vittrlnary Surgtiw and DtBHstP- ERMANENTLYJLOCATED At Wharton Tapps Stable in Springfield Rates Reasonable PHONE 3 JOHN Y MAYES f Funeral Director And t Licensed EmbalmerS r SPRINGFIELD KENT1JctB- est Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets awl Burial Kobes f Telephone Day 19 Night 74 jjjjj1jj I TilE SUN ANDBoth ppers J yr Bryans CommonerL50We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 150 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta Co 0n 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American 175 American Epitomist7 150 American Farmer 150 22l vCountry 200 Farm and Fireside125Fa-rm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 S Magazine 285 Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine1435Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny Southl1jjjjj t v 4I t I F y h f WEDNESDAYMARCH f 1909 ic l I ON THE TRAIL jofthe nOLAN OUTfiT By GB DUNHAM Copyright by Shortstory Pub Co Ngarthe closer of a chilly spring aft ern 6n a horseman driving before him another animal heavjly packed made his way slowly along the road which foilpws the windings of the North Platte river that fickle and irrespon Bible stream now high now low cut ting inew channels undermining groves andlsanding meadows The water was high and rising The read only a few feet above its level was sloppy and slippery from recent rain The road becanie heavier and the man looked about vainly for some shel tered spot where he might camp On hfs right hand the river flowed darkly to the left the valley even as a Moor and scarcely above the river level ex Mended for a mile to a high and woken cliff The only break within the prospect was a distant clump of three or four great cottonwoods beside the stream and muttering that he would pendj the night in a treetop to get off the sodden earth the man headed toward them The drizzle had now become a sharp aleetrhich fell noisily and was rap the tone of the land scape f1m dull green to glassy white when he drew rein at the cottojiwoods The trees stood upon a slight rise of ground and the man now pulling shelterehishis surprise that ie had halted be twee two cabins built beneath their shade The little earthroofed buildings of one room each stood face to face ai a distance of some 40 feet Trim said the traveler The door of one cabin opened wide Land a man In a buckskin shirt surveyed the newcomer closing the floor sprang1roJSflHp shouted the horseman kammering on the door you are d boaP ita le i himcome I like Uncle Billy left the cover off the feu box dont irr And in the door of the other cabin stood apparently the same lan inviting him to enter and Ibe at bome- iiTwinl ejaculated the astonished traveler jTut Jyour horse in the stable and t come repeated the settler I got xheumatiz and dont like to get wet uAs for that I dont like to get wet the man replied going around the House r trayslerJI doit like to get wet he said 1 hate It as bad as a cat But Ive been wet for three days Im chasing the Dolan outfit of surveyors Have you seen them 1 INobody takes the valley road in the oughttIn this weather 4shaUnext time said the traveler Who is your crusty neighbor in the ether cabin that shut the door in my lace 1 l Ive got no neighbor said he The other house belongs to me But somebody shut that door on me insisted the newcomer You were turned around suggest ed the settler the door of this one blew shut just as you rode up The traveler seemed at first inclined to contest the point but let it negotiate1anand coffee When the tobacco smoke in the little room became dense enough drive the dog into the open air thenut men grew confidential if you are a surveyor said the tier who gave his name as Jo Byrn- Ic want you to run a line for me ain trying to hold down two gove ment claims This one is my p emption where the other cabin Stan is my homestead The line is somewhere between the two cabins I ha tot a good pocket compass and I have run it out for myself 50 times Sam times I make it run close to this do and sometimes further north but I dont know where it really Is I believe there is iron in those hills he many degrees do you allow for iron If I knew exactly where the line Is I would move my house onto it and place my bed across the line so that I could sleep with my head on my homestead and my feet on my preemption Jt keeps me allfired busy to live In w cabins at once I cook my mealsin both houses and sleep every night In both beds It is wear ing me out I havent much money but Ill give you ten dollars to locate that line for me so I can swear to itThe young surveyor was glad enough to accept the proffered bunk in myeling btheriverwashed land it must be m than half under water now hereHeeled and if the rise continues couple of days more the whole val trW be flooded y T settler crossed to the other cabhifitrucka light slowly undressed blew out his light hurriedly resumed his clothes and passed out into the darkness He was armed but for that matter had worn a pistol In his belt all the evening Noiselessly he roped along to the stable where he found the surveyors pack and un rolled the damp blankets Not an in viting beep elyfor a rheumatic but he pulled off his boots and hat and lay down with the blanket drawn over his head after the manner of the accustomed camper morningchinks of the log stable when two men with sawedoff shotguns in hand entered it andstirring up the sleeper with a foot commanded Byrnes to put UP his hands He was net easy to rouse but at the third call scrambled up saying Look out for that sorrel h rse stranger hes a kicker Now who are youand what are you themenIm a surveyor and Im looking for Dolans outfit replied Byrnes prompt ly jjWhoman talk fast lam the sheriff of this county Jim here is my dep iity One cabin is empty far as I know said Byrnes and the man that owns theplace is alone in the other I appoint you a deputy to help me arrest himsaid the sheriff Got a- Yes gun I gota gun said Byrnes but I dont want anybody to waste any powder on me The county dont pay me any salary tog up against thingsCome along You have no choice I appoint you said the sheriff What do you want this settler for asked Byrnes as he examined the loads In his revolver he dont look like a bad one I want him for a do en holdups on the stage road he answered and for letting his gun go off ja few times and for robbing the mails and for some other trifles Ready The young surveyor wakened soo after dawn and looked put ot the cabins one window just as the three arm ed men quickly and silently came to the door He recognized his host among them and his Instant conclusion was that he had fallen among thieves The door had no fastenings and had al ready been pushed ajar when he crowded the heavy table against it braced himself and cried out that the first man who stuck his nose through the door would lose it Plunk him through the door sug g pausedI only I want to get him alive so as to find uot where he caches his plunder N6W listen you man Inside he continued you are only one against three and you are boUnd to lose You may get one of us but you cant get us all and if you dont walk out like a gentleman w e will fire this shanty and smoke you out You know me Im the sheriff of this county and I want you You cant hold ine up if there were 30qf you said the surveyor and you wouldnt get five dollars apiece if you did Holdup be damned replied the sheriff Impatiently youve got holdup on the brain You know me Ive got a warrant for yu Look here said he poking It through the door Why said the surveyor you are barking up the wrong tree sheriff and he got down from the table and flung open the door Im not Jo Byrnes thats the man rou want pointing at his host Thats all right said the sheriff just keep your ha ds up until I get the bracelets will yDU And despite his protests the surveyor was handcuffed and disarmed Now Wheres yo r plunder 1 asked the sheriff You k low I can make it a little easier for y6u if you show up what youve got 4111 make it easier for you if q take ne into town hlln cu edretort1- ed the indignant surveyor Why 50 men in that town know who I am Lots of people will know you be fore you get out of this scrape re plied the sheriff You have been pretty smooth If you want to be a tofool now you got caught suit yourself well find the stuff Just the sa- mimto e J his deputyput the pni ittbacesk more men t e fortunernsom e lookdsit up 3 beginee scarcely wa ted to startsed orYou will consider yourself a peclat deputy to assist me until my men come from town he said to ijyrn wwho wanted to be oft to find his s veyors What has the man done asked Byrnes lie is then mo it successful ro agent that eveTogee ated in these par and he has ht here within six miles of the stage oad for two yea He always fooled us by riding off north after jeach job and coming here afterwards on foot I just late got onto his game I have been on his trail three days and if Id not lost in the mud would have been here y terday Then I should not have been hereto help you said Byrnes makeatofficeireSixteen thousand for fhe two yea thereeye ds Xrla more than that in two years ven lured Byrnes You bet twelve thousand coin in oneha Thedeputy sheriff rode off toward town leading the horse upon which the victim of mistaken identity was mounted with his feet tied together under the cinch and the sheriff with the actual old sinner as special deputy began the search for treasure fandit As they rode from the cabin doorI the second time the sheriff pursuingi his quest pulled a ring in opepinga small door which disclosed a cellar He descended Into It follow ed by Byrnes And one of these two men was seen no more The surveyor In custody of Deputy limp looked back from the heights two miles distant and saw one man leave the cabins and force his horse into the rapidcurrent of the river The horse swam strongly and landed on the north bank far down the stream The river had risen and overflowed the bottoms when the deputy and posse returned the next day so that was impossible to reach the cabins ne may swim a horse half a mile on occasion if the water be deep enough but one foot of water with soft mud beneath it is impassible When the freshet subsided the little knoll where the cabins had stood had crumbled and caved away into the cottonwoodshadof the buildings had drifted away A deposit of silt covered the valley from bluff to bluff and no nan could say where the cabins hadstood The surveyor who went to town as a prisoner had no difficulty in estab lashing his Identity and returned with the party to see the end of his ad venture He and others spentmuch time in trailing the man who had been seen to swim the river and go north ward but he was never discovered nor identified It was at first generally assumed that this man was Byrnes who bad made off with his Illgotten riches after overcoming the sheriff But later when the sheriffs bonds ans mall shortage In his accounts it was hel by some that the sheriff had made away with Byrnes and found a cache so rich that he cojild not afford to come in and give R up A third ingeniou theory was that Byrnes had whacked upwith the sheriff there being plunder enough to make both men rich and that both had gotten away the sheriff on horse back and Byrnes afoot Fiflally for the meager description that could be had of the man who rode away north ward fitted to neither It was held by many that the men had a fight over the treasure In the cellar or cave un der the cabin and that if the place could be located an excavation would recover both oodles and much coin The surveyor concerned himself chiefly with the physical features of the case Later In the season he took the trouble to go down with his instrument and demonstrated that no gov ernment subdivlslonal lines could have run near the site of the twin cabins Nor was the names of Byrnes found on the books of the local land office No doubt the abins were connected by a tunnel used by Byrnes to store his plunder N doubt the tunnel Is there yet The cowboys who ride that range talk each spring of organizing a syndicate in the fall and digging wouldbeGROWTH OF POWER OF MAN Reflections In Sermon by Rev Edward Everest Hale The first living statistical authority said to me not long ago that every man who is living In any such center of life as you and I live in controls on the average 1000 times as much power as his ancestor did in the year 1800 said Edward Everett Ifale in a recent sermon in Boston To speak ofTsuch a trifle as steam power in the year 1800 all the steam engines oftthe United States represented horsepower The last trolley car that passed this church represented more power There is a little illustration of the increase of human power which the wit of a few men like James Watt and Robert sHare and Joseph Henry have made possible in only one of the incidents of human life Try to carry out a little illustration inlike that and you get some Idea of what follows on a much larger scale where man the child takes for use the physical power intrusted to him by God his father KChineaeCourt Etiquette The regulations regarding the prInce regent have been discussed several frstimes At first it was decided that urthe grand councilors should stand when they a e received by the prince consenttpcided tat they will take their seats regenttscouncilors Vvfll take seats on the east rsand west However the grand cpun cllora propose now to haVe a throne regentlycouncilors after making salutation to westerese received by the prince regent they will kneel once and kowtow thrice while the prince regent will receive them standing This proposal has been drafted by Pao Hsi on the order of Prince Chlng The prince regent has accepted only 10000 taels a month as aphis monthly expenses while 20000 taels was proposed by the grand coun cilor 4 g4 4 t11tt11tlhtltttlht1tIlt t=Hy- ZI Ii J ot Notice STOCKMEN t T AYE you thought of your Stock Advertising for this year 1 HIts about time isnt it Of course you will want nice at r 4 tractive printed matter the kind that will bring you busi sness We are prepared to dothe work ina Satisfactory Yi r I+ manner Give us a call i i vl Circulars Cards Pamphlets Etc + Tti AT REASONABLE PRICES S = t uRtKtCfCe fiCCKtCttt0ai3t3iSirctCitittfi4np 4h f eneneneaeaeaeae Kf erteoeaeaeoea i711iteO eo eoeaoeoeaeoeoJ t U The Springfield Sun T I The Louisville Times t 4 ic t i Is the lIvest afternoon paper published anywhere It Prints the news ijr rw right up to the minute Four or more editions every day TheKregiilar j price of The Times is 5 a year but you can get f t X iikr v ttc The SUN and The TIMES both one year for only 350 y il If you will send your order to this paperNOT to The Times h i q It f I T A Moneymaker for Agents THE OLD WORLDAND ITS WAYS By William Jennings Bryan SuperbEngravmgfS Col Bryan andhtscisitsover written Most successful seller of this 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IL Sold byaU newsdealers MUNN CO361Bread Yorkhtogton Branch Office 625 F at l f l 111rtmnpIi J and N Railroad TimeTable J iE IncomingS y only Baily Dai NO 91 NO 43 X1041 I = mArrivesg Arrives at Bardstoym Junctn 645u 925 522M u I Leaves Louisville m 600u 820 Ct II I5 44a= tiiLeaves Springfield 550 a m 715 a m IKK p m = Bardstown 637U 800U 220 i mArrivesi lullirdfiIIIiidil1in InIaUl nnlUIJJIIJlIIllIilI1mltllnmllmtlrunnHIiInI1UI f I I fHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO tJ TRANSFER MONEY i IS BY LON WSTANCl TELEPHONE lFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOoL OM EARTH i The best school on earth is the one that gives the beat coarse in the shortest time potiboMCLARKSand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bool keepmg and ShorthandMd places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll stdelisalyyiGet full particulars from the editor of this paper or ey Granville WLyo or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky r 55i y t f k c THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY 1 MARCH 3 1909 r t tlAPP Y HOLLOW i tl Mrs Nancy Scott and neice Effie 4 7Gouller moved to their new hone last week I Mr Solomn Kays and family spent v Wednesday and Thursday with hIs lath c itr Mr John Kays of Mt Ziqn MesarSi Lem Keeling an3 Ernest i Shewmaker spent Wednesday night with Messrs Edward and JValter rjanbyj Several from this place attended the I f JLrmstrongHanby wedding f at Willis Jburg last Thursday Miss Effie Coulter spent Friday night ith her uncle Mr Samuel Coulter rs Solomon Kays and children spent i Saturday and Sunday with her father MrH P Chesser ot near Polin j1fiss Pearl Armstrong and Mr Ed ward Hanby were united in the hbly fconds of matrimony at Rev Sims on V last Thursday afternoon Miss Arm- strong7 is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Johil Armstrong and Mr Hanby is the onof Mrs Bellzona Hanby of this place We wish them a long and hap pylife Mr TM Shields wife andtwo sons spent from Saturday until Monday with their daughter Mrs Tony Griffy Mr Edward danby and wife spent friday with his sister Mrs John Mat l itmgly of near Willisbtirg Mr Sabe Coulter and family Mrs Pearl Hanby Misses Mallie Shields and Leona Crow and Mr Fitch Godby spent Sunday with Mr John Armstrong 1 MrJohn Crow wife and little daugh ter Zelma spent Sunday and Monday y Vidth Mrs Crows father Mr Hence t Scott and family of olin Mrs IjTancy Scottspent Friday with family of Mr Ed Montgomery of J BrooksvijleV J J i PLEASANT GROVE H44at lYiirD Mr Warren Rose of Harrodsburg 1as returned ijome after a visit to Mr toasLitsey 4lL e mission class of Pleasant Groye I 1 church gave a cobweb social last Thurs iay eveningat Mrs Alice Thompsons Rev tyi T Oyerstreety of Perry viHe I c yisited Mr and Mrs S P Thompson on last Tuesdayand Wednesday 14iss Mattie Tate of Korea gave a t Tery interesting lecture on The Cus toms of Koreans at the Pleasant Grove church 61 Feb2l While here she was 7 eatertaiped by Mrs L M Gregory i The high Waters of last week did con 4Iideabledamage to fencing along the4 Beach and also washed out the foot fcncjge at liitsey The river was higher than it hks been for about thirty year Mr iL W Thompson visiting Mrs t Bl D Lake in Springfield v Miss Ljayinia OConnor has returned from a viit to Miss Mabel Price t t7t4MissAnme Raybourn visited Mr and Yrs S B Thompson Jr recently ifJ141 T E Wilson has moved to his farm in jbhe Pleasant Run neighbor ahood and rJ R Durrett has moved to the farn purchased of Mr Wilson TV e are sorry to give up Mr Wilson fcut welcome Mr Durrett and his esti liable tamily into our midst t VMrs JiIN Kelly and Mrs Nan ie L at thehome ofW 9 D I bnl1were was in the Man ot 4oji on business one day stweekIr MAUD t t TJ Settle several irs spent days I week In Louisyille tMiss Mary Wakefield has returned Iiome from Harrodsburg where she Spent several weeks with her sister Mrs Shannon Cloyd Master Dorchester Grume spent sev eraldays last week with his aunt Mrs sate Slew maker z Mis Nellie Andrews is visiting tier t Brother Mr George Andrews and wife near BloOmfield Mrs Bessie Riedel and little augh ttfrr Nellie Ruby of Springfield are gpendnig tIlts week xwitl tjer grandr k mirther Mrs Mary Sheh an Mrs Jennie Barlow and son Dixie have returned to their home in Spring field Misses Katie and Mary Wakefield spent Monday afternoon with Miss Xoxy Wakefield Master Frank Grume sjient several I days last week with his little cousir Miss Beatrice Shewmaker Miss Bessie Settle has returned horn after ftndmgseveral weeks with her sisterf Mrs Lindsay Dodson of String town and Mrs Ed Nahly Bardstown Miss Bepsie Roberts of Springfield I will teach our spring school beginning March 8 Mrs Kate Shewmaker and grand difagjitjfer Beatrice Shewmaker are vis firig the latters father at St Josephs Jbfirmary Louisville where he under went an operation last week He is getting along nicely Mrs H HQ ston and daughterS Miss Hallie spent Monday with Mr andJrrs M Wakefield Mr John Thomas is visiting his brpth erjn Frankfort Master Dixie Barlow of Springfield il ent Saturday night with Dorchester find Frank Crume Mr and Mrs Chas Mcllv y sptSunday nightnd Monday with Mr aid c Mrs H h Shehtn j tMrWIJiOt1 Jones of Indiana spent r t cutActualfacturers Outlet Sale Off TheFoor Or fREIGHTI An Oak Bedroom Suit 3 pieces like ForThisManufacturers Floor Or By Mail 1495 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN r Solid Oak Dresser like cut Actual Value 1500 Fori This Manufactur ByMailYOUR TOWN t A Bed Lounge like cut Actual Value 1800 ForThis Manufacturers Sale Off The Floor Or By Mail 975 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN Ultaul his 165 YOUR s veral da rs last week his brother Mr Hugh Jones Little Fraijk Grume was kicked on the by a colt last Thursday but was not seriously hurt MclNTIRE j PauiKeene is in Louisyille this week Miss tossie Fields and sister Marir Rose were the recent guests of Miss Leoha Mudd near Frederickburg Mrs Manny Alvey and children are visiting at Dants Station thisweek Mr Richard and Leon Blanford accompanied by Albert Medley attended a dance at Loretto last Monday night and Mrs Robert Kelty the young folks a dance on last Thursday night All report a good time Edna Edelen of this place and Mr F eatreaifc of Louisville were married at St Rose on the 23 the Rev Father Higgins officiating Mr Charley Nally sold to T E Ballard and Robert Wheatley his con taming nearly 80 acres Price paid uop on the 15 to Mr Mrs Twyman Keene aTt Mary Cather me HI hobMr Jeff Walker con t ii i itSc lix J I Quarter Million Dollar Distribution OF FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOME FURNISHINGS Manufacturers Lose Their Nerve tiTHE PUBLIC BENEFITS THE public of Louisville and the entire states of KENTUCKY INDIANA and adjacent SOUTHERN TERRITORY will again benefit by another colossal purchase which was amounting MANUFACTURERS SURPLUS STOCKS consisting of furniture carpets rugs curtains stoves and household goods of every de waseverThe great sale given a year ago by the JAMES GREENE FUR bargain purchasehhMANUFACTURERS PURCHASE OF A YEAR AGO It matters riot how many hundred miles you reside from Louisville this will certainly be an opportunity for you to save from 2500 25000 in buying an outfit for your home Never before in the history of furniture and carpet buying were such low prices quoted Our reason for giving the public at large the benefit of our big pur chase is namely to attract 10000 hew patrons to our establishment During this big sale which will be the largest sale of FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS ETC that was ever GIVEN in the UNITED STATES during the entire tenday sale all profits will be entirely swept away It is our yearly offering to the people and we propose making it such a and bargain feast as will amaze the public Even if you live at a distanceof 500 to miles your Mail Orders will receive the same prompt attention as a visit from in person Understand however that all MAIL LOUISVILLE MARCH We hereby agree to PAY THE FREIGHT ON ANY PURCHASE ANY TOWN OR CITY WITHIN A RADIUS byMailand freight charges will be paid by us This big furniture and carpet sale presents an opportunity to those who are thrifty to those to whom the saving of adollar is equivalent dollar earned The great values we gave one year ago were the sensation of the day but we wish to go on record as saying that the sale this year our Second Annual Manufacturers Outlet Sale which starts on Wednesday March 10th at 830 A M will make any and all other furniture sales pale into insignificance It will be a bargain and a furniture buyers such throughoutthemoney During this sale your money will practically earn 80 to 40 profit for in the purchasing of furniture carpets rugs and household needs This will be a premier effort in value giving on furniture carpets etc such as the public will long remember The James Greene Furniture Building now closed in order to get this great volume of home furnishings in readiness for th big opening days sale The store will remain CLOSED MARCH 8TH ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY MARCH 9H The sale STARTS promptly on WEDNESDAY MARCH 10TH AT 830 A M BE CAREFUL AND BE SURE YOU FIND THE RIGHT PLACE TAKE ANY MARKET ST CAR AND GET OFF AT 425427429 E MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY and look for the big Green and White Sighs reading JAMES GREENES MANUFACTURERS OUTLET FURNITURE SALE Ask any street car conductor who will direct you to our store REMEMBER THE OPENING DATE WHICH IS MARCH 10TH ON WEDNESDAY AT 830 A M Be here on the opening day or on one of the special ten sale days and secure your share of the many bargains offered Prepare accordingly and you will save many dollars on furniture carpets rugs curtains and your household needs REMEMBER THAT THIS SALE ONLY LASTS TEN DAYS beginning on WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 10TH AT 830 AM positively ending on Saturday night March 20th If you cannot come in person then send your order by mail which will have our immediate attention In justice to your pocketbook dont miss this sale SUCH OPPORTUNITY IS BUT SELDOM OFFERED Take Advantage of This Sale LvJvL ncuFor ForT Outlet off the floor by WE TO TOWN arm Mr farm Born gjrl been to 600 you TO OF you fined t his bed for some time past with lagrippe and bronchial trOuble we are glad tq report some better at this writing Mrs Young is critically ill at her home near here of lagrippe Mr Ben Cecil who has been on the sick list for several days is better at this writing i Teresia Blanford who has been confined to her bed for the past several days from the effects of sticking a nail in her foot we are glad to report bet ter at this writing Mr Thomas WtieatJe purchased of Robert Mcln tire one family mare unknown Mr Albert Will tt and wife of For est View wore the guests of Mr and Richard Keenelast weelc Mr Thos Nally of near BardstoWii is on a Visit to his Mrs Twyman Keene Mr J C Ensor purchased of Mr Bill L Thompson 6f Loretto one much cow price paid 35 Also of Mattirigly one Jersey price J30 Bertha Badgett is visiting her sister Mrs Jo Medley of Forest View this seek Mr Jas was the guest 54 4 Two ftiat are troublesoni iirt In Two Merry Tramps n the latest and best hit of the season Twenty ch aracters Brass band and orchestra Special scenery Seats on sale at tie- Red Cross Drug o oo o o i 01 t4 Combination Desk and Book Case like cut Actual Value 1600 For This Manufacturers Outlet Sale off the floor or by 975 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR Three Piece Parlor Suit like cut la Genuine Chase Leather or Verona Actual Value 2200 For This Manufacturers Outlet Sale Off The Floor Or By Mail 1425 WE PAY FREIGHT TO TOWN Davenport like cut Actual Value 2500 For This Manufacturers Outlet Off The Floor By Mail 1575 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN Elegant Buffet like cut Actual Value 2200 For This Manufacturers Outlet Sale Off The Floor Or By Mall 1450 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN no ieuElegant Value this Manufacturer Value Manufacthrersutletd Benefit Sale or Sale Off The Accordingly WEPAYFREIGHTToYOUR PAY FREIGHT TOWNS with fortunately gave Tom Frank Mrs price Mrs here daughter Charley heifer Miss Montgomery MontgomeryIastFrid aaaooaaoooooo 6thI necessinf Store Mail OWN YOUR Sale 300 Mail Miss GASBURG As I have never seen any news from our little town I will try and send in a few items Mr J C Cabeitwas in Lebanon on business Saturday Mrs Frank Young is still on the sick list Mr Spencer Ball left Wednesday for Bushnell Ill Miss Regina Young and brother yis ited their brother Mr Frank Young one day last week Several from here Attended county court in Bardstown Joe Ball of Chicago spent last week with his uncle J L Ball Mr Ralph Hickerspn of Springfield visited Mr Whites family one day last week Misses Mamie Greenwell and Beatrice Ball Messrs Emanuel Greenwell and Joe Ball of Chicago were the guests of Misses Ball last Sunday Little Miss Cordie Clements has returned home from Lebanon where she has been visiting her sister Mr Tom Cambron and wife spent Sunday with their uncle Van Matting ly- f tI I Mr Walter Janesof Shprf CreelH attended church at JHardinl Creek Sun day x What has becorfie of our FeJi wick correspondent Wd nj3yreadhigher newsy letters t The Road To Success t has many Obstrudtions butnone8des todaydemandsthe greatest health builder the World perfectaction purifies and enriches the blQOdraiid tones and invigorates the 1VP01esY8tem Vigorous body and ke slightElectric Haydn i KentuckyStar Fr urB st made i SUBSCRIBERS FEECOLUNt We ernestly requestthe patrons of this column to notify us when yoU sell CandiscoIittnueIIUnder this head all persons who are aab 80 Ibers to The Sun may insert free of charge ad ertisemehte of wheat corn oats and other I wantedLandsorted in another department tfce paper at nothingA C KimballSpnrigfi ld baa for salk Plymouth Rock eggs 100 for 15 400bushelsH S Litsey1Route 4 has fo sleagood 3yearold mule Jack Sill worth the moneySMrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has iprsale Rhode Island Red eggs J50c for settinr of 15 Mrs W A Clements Rt1hasfors- ale 10 pure bred Black Minorcarooiliers 100 apiece J an1CeySprinaIl tons9f floyerBij- J L Ball RtrbMforaaleayearold mare Price 200 Thbrouf bred Pedigree can be gjyiin W H Leachman iRt 3 his for sIwhite seed corn 1wantslnear Willisburg t WPMemtt hasfor- sale Boone County White Seed Com This corn grew 75 bushed to the acre last year Price 2 per bushel WearsJ O L Brady Itt has for sate 4 pairs well Jbroke coming 3y aroW mules Three horses and five mares Will sell in pairs or single H T Scott Polin has for sale a team of horses k A L Perkins Rt S has for sale a lot of good lo ust posts 7j felt long Luther Burns Springfield his for sale a gool milk cow with youigclf- G T Clements DaS forsale5bton of timothy hay Spgflelhaaforr MH Jones Springfield his fprile a good milk cow W D Claybrooke has for1I 41e a thorough bred Poland ChinaBbar ne year old Dr W E Grume Fredericktown has for sale a sixyearold fancy saiddle and harness stallion MrscEd Birch Springfield Star Route has for sale pure bred M Bc turkeys Toms 3jhens 2 i J S Thomas Rt 3 has for safe thoroughbred white turkeys toms 2 hens S15Q Mrs RH Cregor Rt 3 Lebanoii dcl1ickens1fqrsale50c each cockerels 75c each B P Rocks pullets and cockerels SOc each These prices good for one month Mrs JR Claybrooke Rt 8 has for sale thoroughbred Bourbon Reds Toms 3 hens 2 f SlogansbeFRE Mackrife ISeWinghtcr than any IQt er f IREEQlasts lOngerthan any 1om r- fmEE15 more tcautiful tnan any otncr Ginuzhas levilrtiont- han anyotli- crFREE I gj easier to operatf than any otter 1btfREEmakcg a morepcrl ect stitch ttan any other tsbFREE Sstke best ofall com Iiiie4m one fREE SEwr1GMAGtHOO CHICAGO n ILLINOIS ROBERTSON CLAYBROOItCb Agent i Springfield Ky t It