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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 77TTT77T r T 1 7 1t r c7T7 ri 11tYLzL I f L i t 1Ii1gf7IeI L I JI r 1 t II tJIVfJTEIro THBINTERBTS Of WASHINGTON COUNTY J 4 I 1I fr t vtI VOLUME fIiIII i t t J l VPRINGf L DKY WEDNESD Y AUGUST 219Qt TNUMBER i 31I 11 7 L rj LNTERESTIN4L r q utt iI I 14 Ii 1rFeeling l t t cdeo 4D Jiiminded of higher and nobler things he ornng of the 4jth ct shrev cuj woHd1yffairc aside f aha styvt lo ihej Tabernacle ci3 it Aheetor Qiv our way we found DC CGI iriend Mi Jim Milburn when ps sve so yell and favorably Knowr a1 oar H rChc one of the oeh snianedf9rj6F AhD Jbeiieyes m l e aund ec Centso the dollar arid thirty six incheE ne fc3ard He was bprn bacK T S3 c Wr micb i 41JlbleLroas WaitIng only a sh rttinVagain on the toad The moaning wsc perfect light fleecy ioua iOGcasionalK i veiled the urj inc COQ retreshing v breezes laden Jtb Ibe pefuTiS ci r August morningwrF waftec tc c 5i very turn Afte a drive of c Jnf rvc Hours wt came tt rh Taper aace whevc tjhenatural arid spiritual atmosphere pure and inxigbrajing ahdjvher nature andfe one Moses set up in the moan Jtains It is commodious and well wfltI I ered with plenty of shade and a large t jhandsome feuilding with pottages andIdining hall near by Rev C N way oi l Atlanta Ga and Miss Lucy assIstingJ J comparatively young man fii graceful mariner an 3 good delivery was reading bs text YX are the salt of the earthY 1re the tight of the f world when entered He handled jris text wen and preached a e ose fife ting sermon He sairt Parents shoulo everydaycithat kind their children would want Ilhtheir professiot He rude as ttJe 11m el Yp th1 3houkfeelI 1want just the kind that we have i t the conclusion ef his sennon the speak r requ st daliwho woud live bettl Jives to come forward and togethe have a season Ifprayel Amid hallelu jahs arid r1u =np third of the eon gregatdn werin forward and knelt tt jgethdr arpand the altar Theservjf J wasu ej palcujated tv uplift and bene ttit the i nearer Thi evening isrv e pwasWi1moreKy who s thr Prohibition j andidate fot rovernoi Hi Alas In Produced tfvRev C Johnsor ab the future Governor f Kehtuckj He TalkedVffbni a point of vtew His text wasThou shalt not kill Love thy neighboj as thy e1f He reasoned about ternp erance righteousness and Judgment 11 such an earnest impress ralm fS0000 soujl ik7ar ri theTtFnlJed r xStates IHjr raskeo how many V rrpresent cr oeing pid four hundred said ThE ongregatipn 4i given over Ithem Guld last the saloons about I wo and one half days There js in our oountrv 160418 saloons Eight thousand thTn New yolk Cit five thousand ia pine 1111ofyearly A vote s a tegistei oforflsj onvjctions iiid ti Cat for a good cause concenedllbeStates EW 1 vei and was in no way responsible for thirdead1y work Atl the los rf his discussion collection of T9O aBtak2i up co help bear expenses 01 the amp gl Th theI ers ideas we re presented ir ing way nis argurcents were conyiiic ing and eie driven home with force His was one rot the ablest speeches we ever heard or the subec the sermons throughout this series 71t i fully up tt the standard Aliss Mahatlvas t best and lsort than tthc1e tiprjs of her friends 3 rnessp helI and sincere dr tidn seemed tOi1Jeiv th ongregktions it beheve Imany that this meeting was the besc that has eveli been held at this placa Vie have 10 been 1blelo get defil results but goodly numbei veve blessed AmQpg the converts was Brc tJjohn EdwaroV little daughtei May The people should be glad that such 4 e tOfl spiritual food tf dispersed i q J I 41 i 2 this J Jnntl hT i l 1oj d toaaywantss Jat g oiner st octrma15eodsui t sc knbrec J sucn wdrshipi Silt nstea eeis h eetowallhea y sp n anediq et t23r S Lp aGf1 aOllyrh St41 Ir 1IiIsOdInly ctha can catisr f t PU113rheari ft r- Prob bloilpw n W11 De erest a thei 1 eabr ari4 n ar Iisoiatec JP t tands i Jd deserted car srruid4dEbT aiAlushez tndweed t4nd tic ici his vIa buildingj moei J ard Jl un istijbe1reared h4oun shen i J ernerroereci tnt s bir s hs tl 4xig jxo bnigue resting place het1oineFeVsrsUoungmg bnder tie shade with P MayeshET I ing andWhile on this the n e hb sh erl tamed a1 with an dn isua ly and inte sting fox star He alp in Js Juri i jort an isolated parr neighjcTonng farm where anderbtushj j bri rJs ana so1Itudereigned pre n ic saw I aJi adjoining L family lofI ol half grow O 1 l Uiiu den Hunters well that4he least dis turbare around the ot1eynarc will cause themother fpjjc to move hei oung on Sj so without mp estingthel zi e went home believing ut sundown theywould come out to pi iy ik littlfe bjsfor that hour Jbe mall i hvav to Jhe tIer from the difection hppote the nc Theweresti1l ojiit but on see aig mm with iii haste t ley whisked nttfleir lair M it wa very irripor 2nr be comoletely hidi1sa V len the mot came he dhmbedIa smill tre- eithciosebusb p om tnis ele treatAtaac he Knew was in store zorhrn4Iii hort while two httleken eyes and little red head peered ctbpu 1y out Irar nstant the little boTsh tfotth irAr tne retreat then anoineund an othei and still another then tteplay began t seemedif the1 life little bOYGwucI play hide andi seem the tall grass and weeds ane woutd dart wttha1ttheagiljty of that little animal fr m their hiding place jhesjor of tame foxes he said was not ings com arect vitjii this wild free frolic which lasted ior nearly an hour But yonder i1froughtc gqthering loo is dnothir t tahimensions and must be the fox bringing the evening me 1fohe iiiuuuj she haS a Ktigc ijctur O11o v wary she is and liow call IO SlY he dp jj pro c1HS rer hon Our friend is so sSTTnow scar6 ly moving 1 and jf fOot esthe betray his hiding place U1C righten her jaway khd aus4her to mover young ones Th2 Tittle ones jtomcethr cl1foXe ett 1ng spa dil when she SWt ey adnct beer disturbed during her afc senc 3f TIe im pie repast was now giverioveij tothIlittle foxes and then a kiid of a r nihg scuffle q gai1each wint6c to at first just i ke some childreii whayei seen Oneiy oujd eat few mov thfiils than another would catch i awji y fl nMhim and so on until it wa con tlmlylane e tiiig at a time While this mgIllrom 7hlchi fIz1 ore yc an listen lest orne daJngeti vert ike the iamily When the supper vas lanished she made several efTovts Dleaebut was preyen ted by her child en v anti g t follow But waiting or a proper tune she spirited off thrpujfo thE gaLh ering darkness yiile they i thei cffrplic larideref off to aaearby plum taicket The importunate time fcroui young ia an alist ea m ion isct impc d post doii at last came after a sclent but in eresting watch of oiie irid oie lialf curs ici h e nusl join th ur loving jftoIthv ghc dhac ss2i iris cjuisfctiai cf iokelandof 9eciiighelanc rr r1it tf i t FAVOk B1RIH c M tl+ S koIC j Ii J1 d0 l Should H JrnslMJ Vth Pistol siMorning ai i 45 tYCfrL j T 1 rAiiorP G Bart14 f L b 1vid- co tpi ted suicide by hooting Jifeslilf rotin th 1ad H i1 ti fflce- i itLvlairUbXcaUa His k1d Qrce ianything rong with bmi r he was thogat to be m A d spirits He ie ftfio nol exrle r d t iercans a4igned fro LLCONGRESS11AN t JOITESONS Lexftu r on The Pauarua Canal Instruciiye ancf IIlnterestiigp JrCongressman Beti Job sons lecture on the Panama Canal w j eQ Yed1p representative audience afc the Opera House last Fridaylevenini Mr Jofin son knew his subject and handled itin a pleasing manner Be gave t his audience many higtjricai facts ibout previous efforts of oiher7 governments t topttture of condition no w existing in Panamar 4 T ie lectur is inusually in strucfcive aid is entertain log through out Mr J ohnsons d6sc iptiori ef the work as it is now b ing carried oniJi yery interes ing W beti 3veit i itrue w hii 4yt1it ii 4io heard hh11 haye1earnc Cl grett d about thtS wpnderful erigiiaeerji g f jat Those who failed to hear Mr Johnson are loork r i The speakec was ntroc tired byMr Leo Sinnns In a brief bui pretty nc pptopnate speeciu fv i Death of Will SiUs 1 t IrLast Monday r orhing Aigust 19th the people of were shQcked WiUiSbtirgtCOmmumty ilSims scfn jbeceased was and reared in this oounty and was ve FeInited with the hnstmnjc lurch at an larjy age bf wliich he had b ell a faith- meniter uithl his eati tr Slim asa sufferer of typhoid e Qrbrsey at weeks was patieiiti liis terrible s offerings arid looked f bi tdtd l6 eil again but as the deykassed on e saw that all human sk llvyas a fall re and looked forward fpr a brighter thanithisme i fit iJ ajjiysteriods that t dees away the prpijriialffg young hut God rulean wiscjorri as well asln bye Mr Simsleaves a wrfe orie 1ittle SOn p i ljtiewffe parent sisters and brother yUi lqved 91 will be Y frs ga1i11ti re Nation never obe Broker Alter abii ressiv service by Rijv Imst adtthe remaind eretbprn to r st in theTeen etery at th s place yi tl e Moderrr Vpbtfmen 6 which he was a member Hes t ut bi elki liht uSltn Reitven l FRIB Q 1 T1 iZ acre I m11 si PdnifieJd ona good pik tl eerl1Pe from a ljJt i rootpin ld npae4od lo k baui to goodi cl1arc3eps h and Cile a le Plerty gIsi tim e1 f nd water r 5u acres nnet tcbaccc ix a d good tenar11o se 20- i 1 l 10 l IiOW LL J TtVARNI 1 Springfield WateriO I i v Will Prosecute Viola fTtos Rules iI 1cn 15 zza- i 1 of b 9 d Water Cc t W1 dscidad to rosecuue all parsons JVihcrid the rules oi die company a crdisrsid that2 aios 73 ten be lh sid r parti2srhita or black r5o1ate thass ruisscr i wpto fcs 3d3m oatsnB a p roscution 2qn ductJdi hs dirGctcrs tbat a rrearid that borne renters ai e violacing rules bf the ccttipan r either of- tii4hisw ageinsttbaStae law r guiat in g each matters A great manp p eor11it IP nllocpN make fo taus witq their hose while others vat r stoc and penn t their naigi tl o g iIfrisnds to use tbewatev This is lf a Violation of the companys rules l PThdWtervteVs of water privileges that all ojE the rcompaays riiles must eo yed arid that if they are disobeyed prpaecation willfollow and the water cat off family Reunion J trP1Last jfWednesgay the Currett and Claybroc ke families held a family re union a the home of MrJ JS slay brooke Iat Texas and the day will be rremembered by all presens as one of pleasure There werettortvfive present and at the noon hour dinned was Sptraa under theitreesv in ipicaic fashion chiIdBurnedr +iHt4fjmt A little child of Mr Sirs Ge- oegrnanIB lWauite severely burned Sunday eremn turning ja cup of coffee over lap The little onejwas in its fathers lapt the and whe9hecoffe as1 pOUred thihild l dyer Both legs andsone hand were tiisriied It is 14i tbbell 41 well at present haseBaIIdittr T KAn interesting game of Iiwas elayed at Bardstqw yes etday be tfWeen the Springfield and Baidstown- lubsc the score ataAdirig 2to lln favor of the latter Inningsll2 3 t5 6 78 9RJiEB irdstdwrO 2pO 0 0 OO2L6 2 SpVmgfieldl 0 OjO 0 0 6 OO l 4 3 Batterelfor Bardstoytnr Button and Fulton For pririgfield Robertson- ndSimmsa j DoubVe plays were madebySpalding iIfhpalldJteny Ion SpriilgHeld and for Bardstpwo by Fulton Taj6etatir JewC elL flHarrtwo basehit Struck out by Fultonl2j1 yRoberU son9t v Eugene XPultpB umpired tha gamei bf the game were thepiteli ing of Robertson and Fulton atdtI1 batting of Shultz Simriis and Kennaa Impotrtant Notice Parses yhp till ester cows in the milk 4nt butte contest nt the Wash infftonObuoty Far ate fiotififid tbiit the cows jmist be jot the fair grounds on ThuKs jjsy atternoori at 6 oclock that b the day befqre the contest arid rojukedj dry Must be hilkedtn pre- snie4f judges a that time andintbe ring on morning of exhibition They- ie to be judged by test of butter fat quAhtity of rnilk given and general ap pearance butter fat to count nO cent quantity o milk and- o atjpemanue per cent 10 to 1st 79 t92d5fp3d 250 to 4tr Y + Mule M rketBrisk j kebarfon Enter irise The male mat ket injthis ectic o is brisk for tie sejfc son and buyers aja plentifula4ic tive The prsces ai which thisclass of yIP y ere es range lOftit8 125fpry arlings and frqml toHIO for 2ye rplds and over une pair of extra good work mules 1 7 hands high yeight 140 ibs each sold this week for 475 nyars Jri general hcyr rjrkstheer niiiles hiiou haut the t is than last a d thlsrnaTaccoQm to a trcat extenuljfoi fharuiitvib Ilw fisting among aers l T s iui 7 d RIIIIa I IRIMr I I WJLIjISBtjRGi I we DAV6 Of mf lbNG AGO sOMETHINGABOU It THf PRfTTV UTILE CEMETERY k t J ILIsiiihi IfI f II I iMI1r h C L j5il Qi WlLlisburgj I begaii ruminate ofttne past Almost thras issqre and ten rears QUl11ittie3 tjtnao irs gas vsiysmati ana I roay aa well sytkat ths striese if its popuiaxioiv J19C io j gainediioi anygreat uccots r bad Aad ingIIcoiringfIi r ay2rd Bearing f fteola would J ten rnaksj a detour tvivmd timeiet away and a petter anp rnPrernaraj dtsss- tcokifio piace 1tiinkt was paOfT1 the fprfcies that sijcfc postoffice and eola changed Jti 1 iso Willisbur2 ItAntits immediate surroundings a most unsurpassed or its beautylaTO the fertility of its ou It wasther about the geographical center of thel county and away pack tn the fif nesv her were several hot contests jfori he removal pf the county seat from Springfield to this place We elected i one representative Ofi the question of r removing the county seat but for rjea sons unknown to the writer it was por done andw stil remain in the balck ground But there is one thing we fan boast of Willisburg has had no within our ecollectipn At this titin Willisbnrg iAdno house of worship olonel George Breckenridge hatngI- rtmoeQfron Bourbon county ro place ifi 1848 now began to realize thn need of church house at Wi1lisburg iding1e1Hesills for the foundation and otl rs 5oiningyellow poplar logs to tbs sawmills hen operated by water power alndi K opn h dagaod church building wjith at a smail outlay Of money Such were the good old days of the past or whichrhy1 rfimd so much delights IQ welL Back iii those days of whic T speak there was a piece of land just across the road there was 0 pike J there then ir front Of our present church house It nad beer heavily 1hangingbut the sound of the woodmans ttx bad Tightened them away and the dense fores t had disappeared revealing one Qfthe most beautiful spots of grPund about Willisburg This little burYIngIIrjjvieuthem unnui2eachway Wii iisturg is justly pVaud of her little cemT otfi ry td which she has given the veryl api ropnate nan e Fairview M It hab scarcely noticable elevation above the churchrOunds being slightly i4 ciir d towardT the church thus enabling Jpat at the church or the passerby to gelt tine view of this beautiful little cirt the dead Considering its size if b rnanythpught to be flhoffthe Tacafc ceautiful burying grounds inthe S ane It ts so much admired forits beal tifu location and the manner In whiclh risk pt that people from al rripsn talljarts of the county having toLn no lovelier place in which to lay cripiVj peloved dead bring them here frtr interment Att set timer in eacti yearhundreds it people from lhis and adjoining coiin ties assemble here to decorate the graves of theirS beloyed ones The choicest flowers are gaijhered for this occasion and these tributes placed by 10ving1ianMJpanthese pt ecious mounds speak volumes that rw lips can utter andno language lex- press They speak of love that heayetf born principle implanted in the breast by the Hand Omnipotent that undying Jove the wonderful depths of which no human tongue may tell r As we behold these emblems of this c unbroken tie thatbinds herthere ta ijearts over there each heart fyeatsVm unison with the rest and a comirim xyrnpathy pervades IalC Each lifesf Sitoryst5 for thetim being laid open t9 11and each may read ot the sad and lonely hours the eyes red with weeping andVthe pjllow moistened with tears whilsleep refused to enfold tie bereayed one in her fond embrace and lay hers thlng hand upon the broken heart just for one night At the close of the clay as we linger to take one more yiew before depart ing wf beholda veritablegarden of flower and the iragrance wafted on the evening breeze reminds us of the spipts so gently borne by angel haridt tvHnWwIth gave It And thus weL teave them HNCLE JACK 1 TO DEMOCRATS Nect Satu fay lit rnpOD oust 24 i bib threm t1ts iF the yoasprecipcts Washingcpc county viil meet and istttictdeJegarfe2 to a Cptiniyf D5nveiitionto be held in Springfield Mooday A tiff 26 to nojniinateiia Democratic candidate tor the leg islatrje jl1eselrernnctrpeeblgs will be helJn tfleregular vjoting Pace Q each pectnct tt willbe the duty of the IocratlC cork- rnitteemal rn l Respectve toeinct to call the meeting to order rid preside Imf ioj peraiaaefatcihaiirman and Secretary are elected In the 10 the Conrntteernan the Defforats may se 1i i jebfc sore one r41I ffiy ttifijumbec tpcali the meeting toi oirde the fe thus organized the Bemocrtv present may elect as many jelegates o attentl the County Convention onV li the 26th as they oiay deem pibpei and the Y may bv resolution inf The4rSecretatf3 will write aat the pioceeings oi the meeting vvhictu vill Jd tie isiried Iby the i thai oian jaiid Seotetary CTe re legrates yiiLi biing a coy of tlsai rocezdwgs toeCco w dfoto tfl tjMbbdayv2othVL fv r V i J brio ng 1 ielegates thUs piecinbtwThneelected Iroic cit fltF ourt house 1i- sprip 4R a 9 odL 11i1 w ier thc Ccun Conention will be pi1rsur l Q t1t i t1Prrt r t Corn r rnitee t JIt fhe fJlowii i ioi r ni Q f t1 tQiiil the Cointj i rr J t Willisbur lfr LI 2 North i tt I I J L 4 3cndic Mackvili3 P l 9ioi71 ocI- 2L G i 0 f t 1rti I f t t Iii ILL iy THE SPKINGPELD SUiY WEDNESDAY 4UIJf21 JW7jr rI4U di iBRECKENRIDGfi ar xQji August 6 1907 the asner XT George Breckenridge2after reposIng in ian open field and jnkept and ur marked grave for iortyeignf years Ware unearthedat a depft1 vI fvifeet TThe remains were founo ui a meta case The case was as sound as wher 7 o juried forty eight yeajrs ago to all 3t V Ward appearance The remains yei removed oI and interred in the Fare vfew cemetery a6 Willisburg ter tucky t George Breckenridg vaL sTestsc Grand Master of the Granduodg ot Kentucky August 26 839 We Win give a sketch of the jreok enridge family and part vf hisMasorvr 7 services V Bro Breckenndgfc wat the omoon j of John and Eizabetf Willoughbys Breckenridge He was ocrn county Virginia June 6 1787 His father John Breckenridge vasth630ii of James Breckenridge whqse rather was Rbbert Breckenritige whc came o 1hStheFrnorthern part of Ireland minte diktely but originally Scotland After t the restoration of Charles the Second theV were hotly persecuted in Ayre shire their original seat andbeing driven out from thence spfiht a half century in the highlandsofBraeda1t bane and from part of Ireland where tKey spent an othrhalf century and from thence to Augusta un y Virginia John Breckenridge the fattier or y subject of this sketch i6yed froir Augusta county to Wythe county ViI tginia1 in 1785 and from thence to Paris t ITehtmarried and lived a successfui farmer until the crash of the rtiesHE bthrsOld put his farm and came to Wash I ington county in 1848 settling one mile- south of Willisburg where he resided until the time of his death which oc curred May 23 1859 and was interredI by the citizens in the old ing ground on his farm 11P On the 24 of the following JineoiIert Morris then Grand M as tucky convened the Grand Loge ana j 4 performed the solemn rites of the pr der over his remains and at the annuai communication of the Grind Lodge spoke thus of the illustrious dead The Grand Lodge of Kentucky sbcalled upon this year to mourn the deathof one whose knowledge fidelity and skill have helped to render this body useful at honie and illustrious broadiI know nothing pe sonaUj or Brc Brecknridge but find by the records of the Grand Lodge that hey s elected Senior Grant Warden in 1837 Deputyr GranTd Master in 1338 arid Gr1ct Mas ter in 1839 andas such laid thei f stone of the Grand Lodge IP T cornerI on July 3 1840 i I cheerfully accepted the invitatict xtn1e b his Lodge 0 Speed atWillisburg Ky to superintend his funeral Services and Laided by a large concourse of brethren from his own and surrounding lodges i performed the solemn rites of the In stitution adding such asketch of his Masonic services his purity of charac terandhls fidelity under misfortunes as was supplied me by hisimmediatfx r neighbors and associated whc knevV him best He was a good proved himself sc amidst pverv 1C1SS1 tude otjlife Past sGranp MasteL VVingace offeree the following preamble and resolu tin which were adoptedviz z Whereas the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Has heard with unfeignea sorrov otths death of past Gr no Master George Breckenridge who has e4r sailed i away since oiij last convocation in the meridian of c to the realities Jf z 4 purer and better sjate c1 exist ence Resolved Thafc as mar14Ispect for the memory of oui3partc Ibrother thc chaii an the left hand rf the M W Grand Master bs dothad ilinourning anci remain acani Sur5n v the present sessich that an Ciitire pajo Sjfl our published proceeclirigs ba sat apart as a memsntc t= the raesnsry of one whose n moryf a ravers gild whose ss we mourn Bro Breckenridgs was macTe z M t son in Paris Union Lodge No 16 Paris Ky jrand Ivl as1e Breckenridge s ported haying granted dispensatrRs for the formation of the fOlIe W Lodges Ottawi odge U D ng1 her 19 1839 Ottawa Ih Fl Lo ReUD December 2S I83Fiem ingsburg KJ btask Lcoffa jrFe1rQryn 0840 ocerser 1qkinsville uddge 3 FelnWry 2 1840 HopTcinsyille Ky Hancock Lodge UD Maf8 401 Hawesville Xy SpringhillLodge un June I5 1840 Crab Orchard Ky Franklin j odgsU D June 2ll 1840 Danville Ky Lcdgs of Antiquity I D uly 5 A84C To ville Ky Miirieryiv Lodge U isI August 1Q 340 Minervi 1K THe also oh he ihetsench c Augu t i853 J orgamised varw Ui t i if vO r pe3 JitJ1 7 hi turg j- 5 naac 1asL I 4 ff p c h li e ifC 21 tjz- iekeitdgB lle H t n c i 1t111 3b U1dLOi vo qiice o z iireKe5c sv iaii Dr j1 J g aEI exdick t J l5ak 14Jazt3s LTzWilliam l arJ 11r t iQwI1 i SO n uet K Seecii eL1c yc ii- nc1he were dt o rih1l1 and a iciThniuh Ih tw hI1tv fne1eaa ioee rrlill I rn l nonume t TIS ioiIr o they ia gract i thEb- bE il ilJE 0 1is1a iOi ka e an4 oni ti I djGfl1 r pr2seita2 tlOnn om zr1ci 3uri rcr 5ieti1eIs nkJIhLiviqrn t r yiw 1 ulJticudes ltt aioiieu pcis n wV thousands l aim iSi i r 3liitie j J f11IlE liCe bii S a her = J 1 i1 JGO t iy c eei proud l tin Sitei a ess ye ib s GC gc rf affectior Pic jNi iF1iOi rst 3ved thee1s t IQ7 fa ailj ity Nest of 1iw nT n y establishing rivi dgf q i en ui f vhiclcri ec i Lfld lJoOandralityand brotherly Ic epn tlife prairies f Indiana apd Jl inois h3ut5z aiac HJsr Ohk tne jre Miss 14 the lagoont i ns L aid MissippI thE uTnlV i J Lo i anna and iDCnb ec err ory sJ ennesse6 while t i tu g RS 9t- s t i pregnant itht e 2i Iighc4ijii in dial Jf the a t he as i en rtll toi religion t at rbvide tIvidows and orphns arid b1m ir r = agnc 3 baQty rW T JAM J Fpw fJVllisburg l Pn vent Remo at Tobaco fj OIl Dwiii w csi g t45- ensati 113 nat iny f lel t in connection with c e tobacco siti ati 3ii in Owen counter iccucred yest rd iy with the filing in engthjeiti m uy 4ttprneys Douglas ancJ palfSndin jn m loi the Buriev obaecc ode flJran t JrthE Ai ericai SOCi y Jtl- EquiY against J nfoI w viayi S OyenfJn YaiehfC t a90 Realiy Con r1 p ans and the i ar 7 N n pany askg fp111 temporarj1 lroaf1tCOr i ng order asd injun def ndan Zi rom mJUlf fli IT thE ttJonCAerk Seger mmed ate folic wi gtE VPforCIen tee in catipr The order sas Yo 1d th4 Mr Gayie wing i is oerk nt j ttapossible c secoe iurthe xvarc houk accommodations r Oner cpum y anc 111tfull capacitv H WO ic iecsa try emoyc i part z i e tqbac t wa oueJoA t iot cc 1P r l make vocv c jandli- ivo 1 Cs eIr taectsss t seasvv Rising from tiIaV prcrnmerc i 1taiit3 Tetcwelristieroarhab1e e p31nc say fte iakiig shah hr ctti- oi kct1c Bittexs ea likezie isin fronr she grave My trouble is Ei urhtf disease invthe Diabeces stags uK believe Electric Bitters will ciue ntc oppztheurhjI havz oub dot y ars- uaanz Dy yc jt o5ruggiss 1riz =ie Ntn ct ti s tyijrst rn 15iii t WI 1C ntEIflc a- nis 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anY IM1MARSIIALL DUNCAN t Lw Jti 9 ec K ioffi EQbets m ltDd Will practice in ths Courts of Wasr mgt n andadjoinififc eouajtisc af c ath I Irt of pv j t Mvi w cAMpBaiu- j A U tr T ION Ef R l3rJrngii3Kf ttfr 1 iie 1T nc ik 11 IOIN Y MAYES JlfurfraJ Director Ij b LS i 1 jmh li r 7IELI 1 iDOE I Ee51t3ndfl w6ursy Jk i3Tii LrI acio5kk- t 12i2hcr pr lHght R JiJBB1NGRAT 1S WTi ItJJSILLEDIj b5ir t J u ijsic l 1oc 0 u p IIr3 Stin aic ths Jai 1 ti3ljri1aiexet unday i 3azie nc1udiig Suiy B A- CiEW Lnandth3 d ij1 qUd2 cIinal any iruys 3Jthd weeK v lt Fm JSFUUIl UI1O 51 th2daiy GourierJouiTiEt atiy thiss montnJ dabs ir ih s w5e sixIT uday4 L i 2iJnu11i 3 jaL 6 aiiyEerakSu vt th Lci 3 l1 JrgI r eII 4 Ie S B D LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATEa- II Ie flf= j iiiiks ncT Dingaelai I gcoi dwellmar gooc 2rn y as sriev s rina Dl nhwater rK I It1 wilh g c tccz hk11fy cbaccn tanG jz Jw c cbfit z Ittcl i r Q Gt j c l6 gO berm tT o tictliig ief1I = c r4i jhs far eady fox ths pie v rrqe 60 pel acre iTc jS acrasr se en mites from Springfield plenty timber 1ak a rrgcod dwelling and welwatered onehalf l1le frcm scho hl h Jr obacciand Price r l 1 lL lXTs 5 5ia iniieo ronpringuieicI iiras amber hcusss Cne barf thatwill bold ten acres ef cobaccowell fenced Ike 0 iOS acrss seven miles iroiTi Springfield laacres good rnbar good tobacco land goo barn ftne orchard good arga dwellipg Will xnak2 fins dait ferr o1 railroad Price 1J375C r acre T lfz fes res desirr ibie ro s V on ringheic Wei located ICJ ige cresOf iiiiec ow Springfield on good pikE one 1 ncm theliihg4 barn in good repair 1 good stockbarn SO acres trs tu giss est in dltivatorpleBty if we Price 30 it4o iu p4 acres nines irom Spring rtcId one good six room pike 3i miles Qn from school ndhureh1g9pd stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom ipc z iocs stores fenc2 Price S32 Ic jS ZacAes 16 acres good tinibe ivo tory nine room we mgt Va tobacco barns wijl hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barnS sow io s3 two tenant houses tWo good wells plenty of springs lintToung orchard all kinds of r and small ice Touse carriiagehouss all iitbuildings ri w Price 50 ic j ii 20 dwelling1tOnanthouss7o good lunbe plenty of gr l s fine orchard 30 ar acre Several ochei piecesj of town prOpel t Tf you1 wane a home in lorihgfieldjl e t at any price Nc 2r30 acj2 good wire fen menr t GVV josts rvmiles bprp Springfield Price S1000 i r lie S ji395 acres gbooCiwej ng 2 cpbaccu oarns hold 15 acresj l cobaccc one barn new 1 frorrrHaud one half tmile irjm schoolsome tirnlber fine tob crt lane veT fenced nien- tiowatePricc35peracreH Pc 24 7166 aci 2s miles from Spnngfreid 6r good pike one i oom welling m god repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 lorn ice house hen m at house cabin 25 acres of hot tm land nce in good repair Price 60 per acrk Nc 25L248icrSs 2i miles fromjSpripgtield5 idom dwelling good cellar well in yard good cis ern at barn fine stock barn 50x6Qft under pining layedin cenient1 water in every field 3Si fine set of grass 35 acres of corn m this year allje2770acr s 6 milei ftorn Springfield I rood arnr holds 5 acres of tobacco finwell milk house hen cmoks house orchard weP fence 8 acr Of bottom lahdi Price i P80C Nc 2pj60 acres 85 rnifes from Springfieldsr good road i mile tom pike plenty of good topacoo lapdwell fenced Price 30 per 1 sire easy payments t tifNc 7O115acres 3J miijec riron Springfield on oomnewr dwelling 1 barrljt small table cellar uncfrh9use 3ne tobacco Japd well watered ulenty of fruit Easy paymentsf J ie45OO er acre L lie 3i35 acresX te5 nonr SpiVfigheic gooa pike good i ocn dwelling good tobacjco bai n holds Jten acres 100 acres of ts obaccc land stpck barn plerty of water PrIce 25 To3rrrf acres 3 mii socrPpnri field I mile from pike on 2ood rcaci 5 ocirdwelJinfr toc barn all ur buildings Price h 332 50 r I No SSrSa acres ir Neisor iouat ori 3toner 1ke 6 nIJes from ardstown 6 miles from iBloomfipld 10 room brick dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn that will hold 20 tons of haysmall barn 36x40 ft fiO acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all estof farm ir grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted 1 machine house 3Qqng one of the nicest homes in Nelsoii coun Price 60 pet acjre AJ1 iimestone land r Jtjo 34225 acres jn the edge 0f Springfield fine lands well i danced and watered tle of the oest Acationsin WaBhington cpun rt fpv a home Cheap WillIs11 grsCheac liUo 36 House and lot statpoTb dwelling bath room Lot C jf 2iC Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Tate ir louse and ytFdHotanQcold water aPrer house One pbes l Ul He 28 180 acrej six niiiet jrom Spnngfieia v i good pike I oanr i good grass good six room dwelling tock Darn Ifell enfl2C Plenty stock atE 35 per acr iJc 39 02i acre good ou5y robm dwelling tobacco barn tld i ter acres tobacco rYcnt five acres of Im ertpientyof vateT both stock and g od fence fine land 7J riles dr SprngfdW ccse Ejboo 3D a church Price SO per 1 c 4C Iltby ci c IGO Zr jweiling weii fenced and fineIt Vc 41f 22C icisi eiv iaei rorom Sprinsrfieki eights miles nrji Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling rniikIacifo tobacco barn otie stock bam will hoiatseverityfive mulesi landIrevs sasy paymen i c i 6l c cL qptff iie ri naii fiiec nom Springfield gocc orJ1 dwelling teit iouse good Darn 36x 36 well l ref zIenr c Iccut css cel3O 00 per rTi69 res nlJestr on aQtEAt II I1e cimbr small hote stock oa4el wafereci me obacc 1 rWel1inInlC i1C 1 75 v fle 1v of rce200Ccb i1 =n s2 t lGl Spring2ktolerty tobacco land stock barn plenty water Plenty locust 7oscs Oloss ic thurfjscFn orlre 3250 pe acr ATC dG 8 9 c3s fills iiiiss s mgfie on good pike cbn dwelling d cis jGCaccc bait enty tqEacc51and and locust posca goccl cvchard gooJ fence fi 7 3 1 cs 9 school two r ib3 iote d pot 55C per ucre iTc 6415 crssj niles ito 3ioomfiec 2 gQOcl pike inCconey neck rf Tha bast tobaccr growingipart of Nelson oun ofbaccc t nc cr iarir OL rurjai oi 2 11 z rrrerJ aird Z i QLZ2S t 4h 2 lCCl1oacc OL good- S it ib acceEs f oiu gt S bQ aecs flr tobaceo land nsh l ITlila ion lk5 ithirz purchase rore down rest 3 Sc i16 J S Ir f24 te1 cr- t Z J l rsstmar J pctr iasfcAJz 1Gy pCoJ oingtnt eniie t 1 l23 ldss lk1l S l=vm Spifieidoom avellihg Zoc 4trn iolds i2 acres of tobaco plei4y grass Farm sit uataa ii ne of the best neighborhoods in county One of besti rris r fcftniy Whole farm will raise tobaqcc S75per acre j BD Lake Springfield ln 1ilI alI p I I iit 0 f t ItlrSPR l rEL SOr WEONttJA lAUGUST 2i 1907 j r 7 qtRepublicans tp I 2LNorninate OmfliSSiJnez mJ jiess 6 ciioaLhb teIfail lVIpChordt present Chairman of the Stat Railroad Com mission krid nominee of the Democrats t in the Second district will be opposed for the office by Bemblican to be selected oefor nan ekc bave elapsed T J Baflarc st L wienceburg member of the State CentrallCommitj ttee from the Eighth triet who is Chairman or the commit tee in charge of tha selection of anomj nee will call a meeting of the committee for next Saturday aftrnoonat the Republican headquarters at the Louis ville Hotel The committee is composed of the County Chairman of each county included in the district The supporters of Mr McGhocd had believed that their man would be pertmitt to return to the without opposition hut Republicans feelings hat heY will carry the district miptaketofaJltomissioner4 as his election will give the party a majority on the State body i Names of those to whom the honor might properly fall haye already been suggested John W Lewis of Washs ington coiintyl the home of Mr Mc Chord has been mentioned and Rob inson A McDowell a prominent and enterprising lawyer of this city hast e backing of many Mi MdDbwell is a former President of the Comniei cial Club v The committee will decide finally about putting a candidate in the field and about the manner of his select iori at jnext Saturdays meeting and it is believed that by the nomination of a trorlgman for the office thousands of additional votes will be turned toward the Republican State ticket which even now promises to weep that sec tion of the State included in the Second t Railroad Commissioners district t t ftrof Ghosts 1 ifDeei doWn In the heart of man there abides a firm belief in the power of the 11leacl to walk Upon the earth and af fright if such be their pleasure the nSou1sot the living Wise folks versed in th4 sciences dnd fortified In mind against faith in ayght that savors bf Ithe supernafurai laugb ideas of the kindlto Btorn fet ardly one of them wfli dare to walk alone through a grKveyard iri the night or if one be found GC bold lie will surely InstenIi foptsej unable wholly tosubflue theefear ot Jsheered Specters which inaj I rise fioii the grass grown grates orai i1gc froir aoonlit tombs and foil OW Iju to straugai enough the dead not actually hostile to ths iiTing estedmed oJgero1s Elto rifu tej enc nte1 It ased tc 35 ttis f cHicn rtYfti vlL r it tjlppiiicbtffs Magafcii to sweep awA7 kl oucfc otlcnD bj saying that ofth Y iiacl their cWgin ii tas chl1diioc1c of the ac end that iisf spraiig Jrcc- ez + f tils inkEavn This 3iiqn3s HOr fli =n3 lSl3Z n i i AJJps ct tip t J1 rrJ subject scss5 2s intense iniarsst foi A peat majority cf aiaiikiii aiii thoujfb tinlCVeGtjmbm hir pbhait taat deservas 3 seriou anc cespectfiii consideraticn ortAlaieiy within bs 4stfsr ysas the ttitiids bf tIn= tcward the problem has ltpgstriGr 2bftngecs anSt- actuate by e ns pr spirit 2 f inquiry faG cvise cbeij hays Sasu aDgagea thought tullyiand Itixoi prsjnilise r ctudy- ing it out v While it cas cbs said thate y 3Ssfei I and dgflnite cctciuaiojij iuTS j3 What to i r In OyripepsiaI J llietijig has Decome 5 great fad in America and as years ago we as a nation qverate sc now we are under eating The one is as bad as the othe Man needs food and plenty of jt io sus competeinIt is riot howeveii irqf tact that you mayqattbo much hurts you but atAndcure the trouble by cutting down your food sup ply If your digestive organs were creating the proper amount or gastric and peptic juices yot would have no dyapepsia To cure the disease thesqnceessaraThis Gnu h1b ot doze Dy reliabla tooie iaxs live and as its name indicates Dr Caldwelle Syrup Pepsin contains the very ingredients needed co do this rake it regularly for awhile according to the explicit directions on each Bot tIe ahd you sill soon be cured3f dyspepsia an6 any of the accqmpaniinir symptoms such as heartbnrn Rour tomach loated stomachhives pimpics sallow cotoplexldn wind on the stom anabsqlute 1IIitsf One of the great friends pf this remedy is Chitt l11ingAfriendfDr Cad wells SyrupPepsin which he promptly began to use It not only cured his dyspepsia but increased his weight 42 pounds cept5orthat to you 1lnrcanaddresslne thccoITI any this offerls to prove that the i remedy will do as we claim and Is only opea to tholt tiyetruSteiTcCtiVe THIhas product I bear purity guarantee NoV17i Washington 0 C I 7 PEPSIN SYRUP CO p y Aci CattIwBll Bldg Montlctllo III j RED CROSS DRUG STORfJ t I J 5 xl zfz22 a 4i t c4tieiics 1l1Z j2 c sif4C ent k horrett conciulViy 9r one iat the rzitUtbii psct of the P1Ilt i anfi Jciic 7filli Jig chtif ettri51ef ltsagrc bly uggesti hcgravs nm uc rifs fact n lIe ther Juml their fir certilili phUI tel IS altcgstLtei diffeibat a tleIr choir ict r stics iii iviiose jelis If amass of fat ti moi 7 is adduced trIicater thin would be required to establish co u plcte proof in aiiy nUn tiy case fa a court of lilY Kfc thug short gf abiQ lute deinonstratioa in s ich iiii titter can be satisfadtoly but the evl Iqnce In question certain y si aggers ncreV dulity Our fear otpha tom nppeai s to spring from a leaof he unki own ibleThatfi painstaking investigj bon not a s 10 iiistnTiro has been f iinrl in Airlirn n lnry was inflicted y tlis ghost n he person or persons to vhpin it pile seuted itself So tha evmif oneto accept apparitions as jeritable we olght w rgnrd the VILU cnn rather than vritb appeliedsiouViml jh stead of trTttirr fo 1tYdSl ch supe ii t ursil visitors we sboull eagerly feee n opportmiitji to be liti ted roi tieof observiing fou ourselves plienonleAu so intensely tuteiestii 1l The Old WoiId ahdlte Way cil WIlliam J nni1hgs 3ryansjw took of travelentitledTh Old Wbfld and its Ways recounts his recent lour around the world aid iis jour es through Europe Itss pr1ofuseliud e legantly illustrated ith 1251 arti tic ngravings represent ngmen md pftheThe engravings are rr ide from ph4tb graphs taken by him or his party spil- lyfora hiapublicatio tlis regar lid b fYorkw his special supervision j It It is sod onlythrohigh agents +d f weIare met VJt a t at has exhausted in90 days three larfe editions aggregating over 25JOOO copi By speciafcontrct witm his1pubUsh rs he made the retail pnqe low h the view to putting it within the ea y rech of very reader aid bo k buyer The gives his ex ener cesawh the pOE d didvnom he n et s im p and coriclusj ons He maio a profound study of the nati ms f men and things as he sa w th jm d t govcjrnmentducational tions from the stahdpoij ofa student ndone profo ndIY interested mall tl peoples orJihe earth While otBryan tryelel as a pi yate citizen he went with the prestigfe 6t hiying made two enoable coi tests for the Presidency of tie Unite States and he was eve y whore reecig n zed and antartamed asa gzv jafc repre ntrtiv American iiaj ing a leadin padm tfes dirsctioh c Anicricnai iaits EJ was gve cmor4unity fo obses aticno Dever befo rs accorded t sny ons trAyslingln rivjte crpacity j 2f one ants t sft4e world an ths psopls who s re av js he ad of aii fai= ir 4li bouatrieij pjs W jllsa tb masssdi bs has ifl this Sock j n oppor unity pf sssing Isiem th ugh the eysp 2A CO Wilhani Jenmug Brytn It i sold by Gucssription and he 1 hcpstrP- ublishin2 CCfllPtP7 i S Lc is- re u t n iruias ubt ert tn2J cffsi zsi aspsciailyjnyftinfe o r rtufuit G1i3 UJotlJ oL c+ thia- 3t3 iJ t ilaLfa6k LEt 0b 1328 agc I eai 012 i 5b DSOr 171iites Ioha P1ev 4it wiia JlaE h If fFl en eg itng3zr- Tr7m 6 iS the i1g take her ths bear I find them har l ileoyby y e nwt rrdccf t a9 g K 1 jKV tEHrl ii t I v lira Ang1- rabugAug 4 nI 4i 3heesville 4UPN 4p1 ing Aug 2t d y 1liiaQethic11t g9di1gpsd Aeg a7c iceri27ug284 da Ca irdbsciir Sept 33tSards to wnSs3t 4 d j arS ospt 2t5 days Hcnticsilo Ssjiib CA 0tliodgenvills Ssist 1Q y tasg = 1eprtll c 1 Guthris Stt f 4 G 1 3mu KY + s JtSf tJ tE6 says = lmmth ept 2E 4 d Y tayIiaid n2t t IA3 r3 j 16 i1untiiigfoiirii f75- i C ol si Ja J ii tIgC rb iri W c uriE SC2s 7ounia tn SIspra i LS to 5 3f piL h t utL- leac Ji1i2a Sayo wont icki urs hauIV Malcolm H alUsays of Hol steinFriesiaiis cbnraqjer the HolsteinFriesiaus are essentially a dairy breed and are so regarded in tltliljhlnot be lost sight 01 and hi HoHautl these are very Important pointis There few cattle are alldVed to pass their seventh Tjeav but be fore thdyipa s out ofTtlleif prune they ar6 fattened tmd sold as beef Owne s and breed rs of riblstenFriesian cattle base their lajihslfor the superiority of this breed over t1 otliei dair3 breeds mainl3 on the following point First that the floisteinFrieslab IsC large strong vigorous cow full or eheigy and jaboundiiig hfyitalitj second that hel- cI1hsical orgjinizitioi and digqsthe ca pacity are such that she is able to to the best advaiitagethe rOlllU tnrllI the farm cohvertius the same SlioIIlehf milk lit for any And nil uset and specially well fitted for shipjningpur oses fourth that hdredity is so firm y established through her long lineage that she Is tible jLo I erpetui e herself stIonghfjor any reason her isefuliieSs in the dairy is at an end fattens readily and makes cf v rile wQiderf 81C of the uddfrof the aolst shown in the UDDER OF HOLSTE1N Insfratibn gives one sonic idea of the aiyovmt oT milk those animals are capa ble of giviiig Thisrcoiv seven years old has never been tested since she wds Tour years old whn she made 10 c1ndty pounds milk andKt eutysGyeir pounds butter t 11rest the HAd Tafies day briiigs tiaiaB of the jde ejCa Idittruthtjfiltuotjan epenrive matter ito test a Jiertf If 1he disease ij there IxQiikl i the iItsnouldnt he be vigilant th keep It spf tt is a simple rnatteiiand 1t1UD keep clean sytrds Del ru1an Teat regtiiariy ety year t1bftp fitttTirash an rcartJoIJI ncifl freely T utjthe 5tojr systein of ertdtIoh In fie ftt1ble r n e litthi mon flt 14 tath l thU EO t lot tn sln4htereti caittl Thcsi are all corn nmn lse precnutidrn4 Ji t tCO on AenSbm people kk WG JnIF the zint jl1 e t fIle 4tnr if tqlK emwiiK Pro But K i great thag tort fgrijjer to cep t ate firm 1mar tfvt and that wi- llagcdeaia v4 UMin an4 tha country mile 1JKsiciag Hoisteirt Btfeit jai Dutch Ysem of tetdhm anti I r ig I htteli1Friecln ctte phieIty f itf4eif The caivefl are gV11 bore uiilk imtlr about five weeks old h rith2 atlort gitluall3cta1goc It aklni milk and grain Te graft ciipkefi or tithe and dtlth the n fit firj t and h hrJa1qtImme I LattiLl before fite vjt is aTfilhildelt ornul ectlr- ehtln 1orater aid dJ IQpterIo rations file only to p 1e7i fgrowliig Shite are jed in tlie- meI ejaaner until they ere a year I1c b2ttheytie MOSVCtIfineI1 Ilt4U1 f elSe gvfJP ipiiy- tuJl iAd di dlg kreept Ir I ibls or pndxg anti el l fed- tInt Itot tncw t bPCOmtH tst Root 14 fIre eimi tifl rc4i i iine- a r 5g27 n ffrblL1 nkr wr 1 t G3st i be1n p v ng ti frt ae iMi- tIp v 13 i tai P t1of t iic2tr7 ti1it Gti t i f t L l i vi e 7 rrr tem 11 f n zJ 4 in r j J IIfW7 y T iprti1z 4oauco invdua ytsttC2SItSndmcc rcdutrm3 tz = 4ci till oW 3L a1a ba iriduod cs1ng th s k 0IflAd args 1Cd rhrl ttr sfelsc jr r t t t r j FOB GOOD CREAM Cleanliness in the Dairy and Stable the First Requisite Cleanliness is the first requisite in good cream To have clean nm your cows iuIrotiii1iIlgs must be clean so kOch your cow hums and sheds free frour odors It Is perhaps asking toa much of the average dairyman to say curry your cows though currying pays But just belore milking each tow rub her sides s oinacii and udder with a lamp cloth Mill with clean liuh1lS and never wifc the teats with milk Dont sniokaj while milking Any strong odor taints milk especially when ills warm Your stables must be clean your SCIittfltOIjiiicl separator house must doubly spi evei stored any thing in the separator house that Will taint the milk multi crpnm Have the house insect proof and create a draft through it Separate your milk immediately after milking and keep Jt warm until separated i Never k op m41k oveiv from one milking to another as it has to be roreIhotIare same temperature Cool 9 rJrc m af tev separating to at least jO degrees In cool weather of course this is easy v In the hot mouths set your cream can in a tlh partjy full of cold wa tor while Separating After fiiiishiiig wrap double barley sacks around the caii wet them thoroughly and set iq a draft Pour cold xVater oil the sacks 9iiceor twice Never cover a Cn aiii an with a tight lid Use a cleau lamp cloth iI fin e hpngFortyeighitSeparate a high grade of cream say 35 to40 per cent This keeps better makes better butter and leaves you more Skill inijk w To sum up says a vriter In ivlm balls Dairy Parmeii be lean separate a lionvy grade of cream never mix the warm with tile cofld keep your cream cooJL and wejl aired and your cream erjniari will bless you i Watering thp Dairy Cow Something tilat Js crfteii neglected In the lairy stable is regular watering We water horses three times a day whether they are doing any thing or not hiit the cows are watered only once a day and sonietimes a day is skipped A cow giving any considerable qtiaiitity of mill drinks To to 125 pounds of water daily rlt is impossible for her to take all that at dnetline and it is not possible for her to give the lnlcInitIIl amount of milk unless site tins that amount pf watciv hfater constitutes S7 perceut ofthe milk jiioduced T BUTTERAND MILK 1 If a tub or jar of butter Is stand down cellar ally length of time wifbr out sealing cxsvei the top witiiiL fliick layer pi salt to keep out tie aft When o Skitftf A e iDa ilie leakt degreoL fclidltjf can pcidiitetftetl umI Bhcnld be kUii met Iiati reclplKt d When that stage i t lifJ fid Cream riiquire freougfit stirringI if eten tlpenjug IH to beji 8 tb and velvety and pt arnh1tnbt deded1y acid o thtI taste aud ii rzady iortbiohura Much of t aucct of the bittt- n1therdEPenq c he prqperrpekIIg- csfthe cremifcrfrtg thf Butr The ftiIIIDeSI of patter mutt bOIinto iwto ti Qet nuhiiuft to ortl Usiehiy the tlrllter tb4put i tef the uurr4wkltigit WllLt iTEiQ Qp rered qUI i ii1 Milk p9s eke a source ot tleIwbep nowop4ry Created I a gvii oiiiity kinds of psifti Ot te iiierkedeIgii Jpld the aittywwi in hi9 wurlare1 igsinst errn3 fmettheltjost ttiprtet1 peIh thEtN tiiiiL 1m Wlultnrclti i leg 1 thp orerd iIIhrITlgft4yer9f a 8orbeft cottSt eDtwa Iizyzrs of J through wlilclk thtmilk must be lfft 1t3iiCw rvQrr tter Az tbflavototiiutttr rr1JeIytIly kX9 the 01er cream riyixiilhe alSeilCe ot bC- tirla the wtishhiR ofJhatte fi t IPn- tar condifiot vith U re aifer ujterI4T a htnJmpo2t feiiI ecteatbtt butte wtU eo tam miICjifai r and bacterIa tern heal actbn roaght alkait l y tfeiit t 1 Shhlbfltfl de Hen of th4 bc4 UitiearubIs r asPV lft Iiottirsli jff mnstr rfr1 and grain dcayell Wfltti JiJH e oliwaors weeds will Impart tc Diiik Bdaelrubio- odldrs ftiuflitvof IE crtr to efctuiu a milk wilt a sweet dt6lF111e caor and fIor We m1fi eei 1uoftiotis w4de put jjf tIe a Tires W jmnst take Ctueol thd Rnm insjca ti cy tUnf her eueri physical onzlitlcn IE jpsx d W aaiaat feed sothitig o tEar D fresb1zod tuut 7s n stgl1e 2ti enfmis j caj W tar oUil ederid ili trIc c j11 W ri- I t 8k t lenJ Ji jivs hh m n0 l i 1 tl e miit 9nte w iittt1gi tastI2e tiUuut ct r ii gi6 i3L ttz t i Jes Q t ift G 4 21i 11 4c GOOD ADVICE TO F rl IfIw Not many farmers who have Deen iraisirsg obcil xor ne inai r iiiet in years pa1st have ever held crops for summer dehverv Therefore a few words to those Still holding hab tobaosr n bam at home wIll not come amiss I Inthe first place the tobacco should be tiungsi i CIOSE ii iac pressed moderately together as this will prevent muujbt loss kweight which happens when often coming in and goingout of case- In this closehung condition it should be left until iiTgeto the aC vaptage ofas much hot weather as possible thereby insuring the youtobaccocase o that there is likeiy to be damagedwuacQ aiter Or zing W will Have to be at the owners risk and e p mseThis extra pense means that the tobacco will have to be rehugin the exIhouseS here and the warehouse company can not advance hioney or ituhtil it lis in condition to insure keeping One of the best tests is that after two or three dry still daysthe tobacco is found early in the dayj say before 8 oclock to be ineood case there tl be little risk in bulking it to keep r J Folldvv these directions and letevryman who knows how to W handlein summer order render what assistance and advicehe caL Iito his neighbor With our drying plant next season wwihl nor j have this trouble f II viII be glad to answer any questions growers niiy wish ro ask me In reference to this matter espectfullyI 1I pA WARE GradEr i t = 33 IfrJi Lakes Overflowers No 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile front pike close to church and school 8 rpom dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre NQ 57163 a eS3 milesNofthof Mackvilleon Willisburg pikeV6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 7 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre 1 Nb 59133 acres gmilsfroni Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 r Sre tobacco barn good stable and house milk house fine- c chard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school arid church Jce3OperacreL j No 6O33Oacres 3 miles from Springfield brickdwLlling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine Watdr 100 acres of bueras t plenty of tobacco land Price 15000aiNo 61 loi acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres tpjf virgin solil orjoom dwelling new 8 acre stable corncribs arid buggy house old stock barn godd fence 15 acres ot tobacco land i Mo 6215racres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good atocis bdrn some aU in graSs well vatered Close to schoo arid churchI Five miles from Blpomfield Price 45 peracr STo 63iSO acres ih Nelson ounty 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobaccO barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty tojbaonrfa j 1o3121 acre 8 miles from Springfield on MacKviiie piKe 5 Loom frame dwell ng new 6 acre tobacco barn aid stock bam j2 corn rIbs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acret of fine tbbaccoJand 20 acres of timber Dlenty of ooust Pleritv of water Price 2 peracres NO 65470 acres 6 miles rpm Sprlngnei6r on gcoo pike andex j good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with meta ijoof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty bt locusts t5 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 42 50 pev lacres No 66i5S acres 8 mlro I t md6XrOtt puce room de4iing 5 tobacco m1JPI1OieJC harp some bel 59 acea c f wO sntt A111n g rass PHcJi20 peracie tcJe N687 i1isc fror SplingheIciDr coa pii ce Oomdw lling in good repair Ib acre tobacce barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fjne bottom lard vS SC1E8 of flne tobacco lane Some timbler Pries S35 ner acre No 818O acres 8 room brick dwelling in good epair wet icneeclne river bottcic land plaatj sf Camber fine tobacco lane PrIce S pai1 sLesa v Hi es150 acres Ssnalihcusst fine riyai boitofir avic oiency r v iti7bSand finle ttcbaeco land 2rri 23 50 per acre 4b acies gccd dwelling 8 acre tobaecoaari 6 acc f f fine bottom and well f n2diJnlertty c m tobaccand come saber PricsjC per acre J Naffih7518 pdrss mUGS yrbJh Spcing 1eia 6 room dweiiing igoad rspCJiT tenant Ficue I acre stock bhrn torsib granary pond m barn lot ObaCCCtban acree J f fine ecc land gctidfeica Cl 5 N 7818G crs loom dvielmg in oociiepal small stdci 0 well watered psztr of grass good ence plenty f tJbacl t co1ip1k 5 = roin pthigfieli i3B po aer = 11I cILori i g room soc O9ifl 50x G fei plenty r water plenty f locust ost alliIm gra flne 3ciadI bmgl r1t 92EC 2 ctb77 aces r mn Df 3Dcingfleldar pa 1l1 ew t iaicse bans 1 small house a stablej lerty of grass jaac vjte Oiasol thsSnaat fanis n Wyshiggion lomriy obeap 1 i iUGiS4 1I4 iscres S milss rrqtr L= banoii on good pike i goodc i pem dwelline Jf Aocd barns all jut all farmingrassSC r crsc OtTibhard g2 ass wall Catered jndeKgocd fsnce 55 per aeTs tr mailhl s fence 1ai tbke trlirr m sJstJ 1rrflc1Li 233Je lC t No O4I 3noiwelg fl g C5ii 7illlerJ 4iOC IS1u glec ftiil rc lc7r dcpvo fJIita C icee a ri f7 i 1 t 8D LAKE L = H d fttal Estate Agent i Springfield IcKy4 iIIi yIiUpkEs2a + = pyTSTBUSINESS SCHOOL Ths S 3 CijiT3 ZIi3 m gives th3 est oursejn the shortest tr aid s2Xp2i10 ft s the jcung people for the best positions OPL c 4c1cz 3USINSS givesa complete our e in the latest andIn any LyonL1lAj=I=LEIIipi E BIIRI THE SUN 52 Shines FOR O N E 0 JL LA R i d itl t = il 91a y i tTTrvr tfl t THt SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAYV t AUGUST li mit J d 1 r f I 0vers 1 IDCk r Il 16 In Ladies S iirt Waists tljnt I i Tn f SkurtsandLawnp1 i III w m 1jY- JLi t SC 0 UN T Of j IIt 111 r Ii IJ J1 I I1n t I i PER CENT ON ABOVE GOOfJ 1 11I l t 1 Iti G Sgtrictl at a b NPr Jisf A vj 1 II V t new this summers gopdsk ii- iIIItl i Jutc lItIiJj SPRINGFIELD SUN i ISSUED EVERY WEDNESflit i1 iIwtJhr J ROGERS GORE ditar and Pudlisher lEntered qt the postoffice at Spnngfield Ky for trans ission throug the mails as secondc ass matte t TERMS OF sUWS tRIPIYFf r t t J ixtOne Year Six Months t 5Q Three Months Falwaysa g as as c yon wish it sent r t f BEMOCRATICLTXCEEI for SenatotJ 0 W BecknaS1 ft FurGovernorS W Hager r ofi n rno South Trsn t ole For M josworTreditorrHenry liaffoon Fior Secretary of State Hifbert V For Sup rulJdent of Public Sqbo iM O1 Winfrey rJjfo Attorney Genera Jont El JBCaja rickIFpr Commissioner of AgrAcaiiujsV W Q For Clerk of Court of Appeai J Chenault For Railroad CommissiccsO 0 i f McChprd j For State Senator 1 Hofe i1f Campaign Opened + r jCourierrJoUrnai Hoih ubr j Wjillsoni Republican nominee fcf icy ernpr opened his party s campaign ox Stateoffices with = speech aLlays yule He was warmly greecsd iDhis native aity and delivered art address m which he Pleadedj with Democrats v6te the Republican ticket It 198 7 evident from the t eofJbelremarks o i fa Mr Willson and the other speakers tno effort s be spared during thee campaign to attract to Peniocrats co vihe Republican standard The crowc in attendance white ofgood size was not as la as had been hop dan pie dieted bye the Republican managers Mr WHIsons Speech r I The Evening Post tdth ioilc iair to say of Mr Willsohs apeeclr t at JMayiyille Monday Mr Wiljsbn wants tempe aricet but- hej does not want too much of it He wants fair elections but ihedoesnor artt t t H want fair i1ectio s se urea by en qratic aw and Den cra ie officiaie A Jiwawhefi they am ioBJ their orici ark 1e tiIIke rr ire fibelie hd r 77 all f pocritR R er ratio J too cr a y Inss c th t tn emocratirparty Cf dY nthfio oemocrati P1 r ic ba- 1zY1 i tl6 days ti c Jd Dsw ti l L a1 tlw = E f av Ih r3 l vJE1S6w TJt b 71 If 7 h ttr rt41Rn gr Wij1a iWihson ciargec cJ f 11 zit Ma 8 1l e p mads jU3t 1SG ban l b t U Jp 1m Ol Cjitil era nppJW fJI 7e1emtI TIP 2Y h r1I 11nmakfuff 1 H grEar no rSg K J 11pal1 f 3 1 StAt s 81 3J ik fumJ few PJL yh5 ptCtL 44Jl1tcon8jJl uc Sl d illi f rinsiat t tI sn tre i77l n eiet ff rl 1 Eetsb t k x1rnic31i ft1 algh S n i G mL ELJ jleJ s n Ja iVii csJi otus i2 O 1 r ltIqi u rJ vemb eg n Z S = at palgn ogeL1l a X g Gg- L TIT rlagYe raa ic n re- a1 n1 ritheV3k rxE Y25 h 12ac hs acki 1or hI aE ubiicar stt ho s t sas n 1 ntucky a1rrc n QfJ icm ki ihI i BJg S i1Q 3 l ihd j erccra is r1cmiinr2 oziit aQJ COLgonig c 2SS n2n KY They t Paducah n wn S ari 7 1r croustthe ya emcwa cc J tJner ena 1and afi a = mp9ignas tC cccmpa11Y Judge ag tlE ri through the eaBtein sac jp o tthe Stats Every Detnoerat c candicata will yc immediately iuic the sttr jaridthY State ommittes hea ec byJ11g mJignni Isto beg i Se t2rribe n next when a DemocVC orator wil Q3 ion ale s at n sea at- bJcb eLm n tbv in or suit CbuH is being he j Notice to Ho RaI- I s rs ey nic the Washington County air I fI pe leased to have P ar let i er3 traisin jhogs ej mps effi Lt tHt JJ I tie Railroad Commission 1C tlt fC o tf eCl11C POng l 7w s1 ti + 00 bllh hrn 7fJf j t 11MMt rr dhJt1 Olt ffi lDI n 361 rihJr t 6W fthsr ilhingt 77n- txAtaY iix0ixC vinrerestsb 3ov oominar M Qrewry or 3oj2i= 3r iUke goor Jpositi i iJU b + = sappo nt1th Jf sclid1fy h OR1b thiid t Irsurely anq ace afor this railroad district ink Democratic If majority igl3i OCfr If tnss Tersahj deg 41SS the2n er r Mt Gh 1ftt defe t t d 5t hqci ands at epubiicir cula 7ot5f3Y M Cncsc Whep ther7l opposition T t hdxa 1 iOfillntJ n st l7 r a9lCa1 1e11TC hc1i iha B v tree usifl ZM21 e P vlut1y IIAssociatipn recogriizingtatw sappG r sttlor Wak ariussd1 ay ths faithft I periormancni of hia clutise gat7r toliiaa i their hearpy indousemer v J 1t Jhe ame time SSfi it seemed trtar the rjailroad oPP c3itlo12nigh t eaf turs the Jemocra tc par y machm r7 and slaughter Mr McChora the Iouisr Tille Herald declated that Mr Mctlhord had been the aiiant cha pior AX ths people that he lad been e staunch friend of t he Lpuisyiile merchants and manufacturers than tue had bee lItHEI tricYrIperformance of his exacting ducieSj IrMcora has axhibifced m drana ability lo his work hejhas labored with patience to deveioci the facts In svery pjoblenii He ass rci beez stirred passipnat3 action boA bs has 6pbgalj reatre 4f e mfe t dssd Istt nf law f JW Dar1r tiL y rasec piaorit 9 1i b R pubIic nf would sstrsrigthec aefc ticker by naming J candidate for titsj c thus giving paity support fe olic of xe onahlxegiaiatcncxht try SIrws 8 7l u pl6 1C61 1ihot r tnr r I T th mini ft oncwreally y otceM1 t16 MtearMcGhprd is assire l pot jthstaB fu raeeht efforts tV sr11 aJ JrluiSC2t an yI political interests against OV9rlma ragujalion jjf a11r0sThe c1 opis a pith uB ldAila d 14iTl t Tt th6 niStpt Commce Jccmef land theHep try bjfi wirk poi easonapie guiati6n as trL cc Irastiys if cpnlesssi busss We 20 = 3u locssl fiopt8JsSjSi itfis 3c rriat E T l oSi 100 ia m thS tc 0 rUo01 t 0 TI9 2tiun e fO f t rsa Pit It MaCh1iJ I j = r t lnr P + s lSspubnesr js Jz gested srxa VDJrt f s r 22stic Mschine t u utir o lic 1p etSyV sypta f id QW1 QIfide iaff ny a w ili sierejy mrcwise cpekt i tSs party aakirg it c 7i g a ycstly vsreQ sc t e GGm tIC rIisv itl ti81 1impl1g r L o1- id jCFLi Nt n t = 1 t 0n s2JIt mtttih I u 1r0 Clri1 I larit 4Ird di ioa sss dragg n r SIe o 3uu t a 5 1n 1 i c M1 cChl 8OUc T 1 ji 5 f tia u e ee 1 kin s le2 h I lwh e A Wt nJi i 0 4oOReyIIIe 11 r j i 15 er r 2 1li SiCU3a OO s i b eha er D7j tt 6 81II ou Jj 1LU 1i eting je S3 t mgnt Po rt oeJJ1 foSlccrafisid j 1hI r 1i tv r = rps 0 hIS1L r ffstte f s 8 9u r tJiJ StipdaT i 1 Ifrs 11A rCia iIu ell tYp li1 1ya Qlti10 to tASVS MIC lonio 1 nd Mrs William Soode Urol lMrJ Jas 3Briei Jp2nf kJ yintfey LoUisyills with his cnildred l T Miss LowsUa Boblitu spent iasB K 4ith Missss Lilly3 and Emma Pile MiS Sus3 hi Fiendrerof Jsffe son viile indJ svsiting Her pare4isIt gnd Mrs Jeff Smith o this place Messrs Owen and JphJS Kllfs s JDanvilie asfc Saturday OD business Mr T Jr Mays theoiulaj turnpik perNsLt VES n our midst jlpoking ate the tact iasc Monday MpMays ifforms nd chap tlZe bridge at Mr AVsz T hIt 5Wtll be ui in at ante IMise 4drY s LyddanF nt last 3k nr1 h 11 41o j i hPrn1to1 1i1d J i NULTLTLT ICOMEL I TotheBigFairH II ITheBig L WASHINGTON t J ti 141kf- o N T Y r JQ i A I R r k I i v T v v i t Springfield1ky P I 1Aug 283T O7 f e C 4 BIG DA rS 4t J t i t J P Ladies Admitted ree irst1 Day School Children Admitted Free dDay 1 1 MerryGoRourd i J Interesting Shors I Anc1a Variety tof other Ataciusemervts J t i n jh fie ctadt haVibsonie Oocarfc will be presented handsomest t I tjjfri Baby undslr One year cold i Oh the Third day t1tho will Jr8gfl ntJthe handsomest Boy Baby under One old a fi 1rDONT MISS A SINGLE DA- Yj I j t 3 j rt s t tBQf if I lt j 0 011h P ro tc r E rt yn il 5 e rle n q ti riIf i Jh Q 1erer frif 3 lil = e rrdt 1 3oQ5tt pi1 a eOla last Suokt 4 din rtthj At c Ms 8 Sw 8i1y 1 C n Ia S y1HBOCk dBr 1Usai Jgfit j dgust I2 b3 sn f i w E a Ci Tale- lr7i lt 1i2 g r llio 4 5LLSu1lday rrlg t lo 814111 n vn tiQ1JIlhissJims JicyitC SJisigL 8 I Ilielr Alvin tieuand2rMisSEfr i Strr ingto n U anded chui h a t Ns1 iS32rIillye and E ma Plc k IsnceAd is Vibet 1JC11 i1uo1 i flome OU1S rlL wi2 4 b oe r sis 3= M I33001t iAr Lays Ivi4inot i rolllronctSSC Sathx ivy f 4 Il ar- fil r jlr pF4y = r 1t t t l 7 AT- iitlIttIw I ti I 1IIW wt L Will be Jat Springfield 1 J tobIY 100 mule colts i and 50 ear ulVs Coiinv i ItDay Hi aaWitWIt MonaY1qg Ii I 26 t VIIr ++ ti t i d J r rk t = r h k- Ii t c Tcjr t U f t j llffE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNpD Yj+ fl j 1C 5 Il l rI rt 1I ITi I Iri t 11i rTooany I I Dresskfrts r Ii j S- i IIt 11 lI lIi j l I I 1 JIll I D af I LN u i J ti It 1t t r 1 r J JaeL Dt1 10 11 f C fc v t f iliCo Itill3ie i ci tiC f f t t t if iIlnIt l hwtrktyrn 3jC 1y h6J r ri SE r6 c t I DC 11 ijlJJ r J rlL t oJlAd 2i tJyf 1 1r I 1 lfLj 3J l 1c Xi t LiW4 r li If 1IR j UiWLI iRCMM t L f II jtrtte e ctSzrl rt t tn rilur r 1ii 1 ILJu t Tfiy j AtLeJp ZAI j 1I r 1 hr i P r arb J 1 1 rw twrT J L E j p Ladje fJstl l1k LOi stYJi t SSUITji H If 1J jJ t VIOr 9J JrI s 1 r II iaji 3 + = = s mat IrcfoA i J 1 0 J Il ifl 1 II1 tvt ia 1t I 1 t rl 1Lar r r 3r far t oco O COOQ eductipnia Prices oi rimmed Hats r i nave irjade a great reduction m the price of trimmed hats anti haVinff ahuge stock you will find it to yoifr advantage to Mali upon me J r fRI fMEotlATS AS LQW AS 5- QcWILLIAMS j 0QP MILLINERY T jjjy 00 Dr1J M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST a 1eethExtracted With J out Rain I LTvZ All Den al Work SLCTY IJi CLSS Spriixgfield y1 Office in Thgon Block up stHi sj Local iNews tesj Our Furniturs deparlmbnt cbn plete oefcreand1you buy At Liam Pbells l Get Jar Tops and Gums C rences Gjocery L The Washington County Fair com mences next Wednesday Aug 28 and continues four days The management fprnises the most interesting program I tnce its organization 1 i J J f i hE king ai1 7J tie a night Fug a Danr x er a iie a c andcOe J e a 1r Eq 75c to 1 MR oiie tars and gala s1r3 at10iLlatwenc S r- 14nSit4 om ail it tr Coii 2 y pays ts osses l Nu yrt2nd lF as n = a anv i3 i 7ato flaat f jf tu i staetlo tEi E ri Sf ood County Jt 1 b U6 1 21 a bJiOAt 1 t C = R r Yl7mJ still in thefed to Po 7 s b g n Y U1l9VS tcC m DsJte + taaISS LeeMist CNInnh4Fhli1SIOd h OnI1 res se nd qay rHjlaie eJatsj tsq r a 3 aIT cheap at 1a ran iCv y J1J S1 S SV Ity h Hhllllba ind s 9 un 1f aikLl ha oe m h lw a i 1 rarw S nV e the pasthaL hcir- J i y a o by Iir- cob fp rdieu dada ih cc fe realfavor ciPb m will te mit msitc bar tha ila fo 1a this are r W111ICFe zL1a e q etsCLhft any avoa tlia a 2 sh 1i rna wiE- e 9DDOI to tts ED = tThe1adle cfth2 Chi ti AY Wili givQ l il i Mrh Mpsiday Il1 imEE Fo 3ii O m s ye ld 8 ck W e fc 5a yr isarty bucks Ti WI1 yabefore you buy s jv3JY You doct1 have tc go to L baron tc1 et your furniture ee C pbs Il and i he hasnr fhat yo tii order It for you j i lioa1i i r JIi cihU k2r i G lpbclizror Ldi a p Cq lest 1CarCUi- i e u trirJ vfii1co Itic oi tS- lina9c s f = r r2 1h Jh 1v c Ca tr 0 OP i Tlot je T j 7111cff 4jrJ i k vy 7 rl1Lif J toe i ppe 1 lre moL gt is 33 fa ffi slipper at lockr t hUts y if2n in t st 22- ct tit nit t iitJ ybo = w srvkt aju r 3f1 the fair L sfy el t t s Big Yarani ja l t r lrc J hrtGM6v1r1 rv fla4r 1umbet rbayal as ficm a i l ll attl81 oeer E rocer3 ri6dner day aftQrno3f- rla1 tla air 2 1I ir3it4 Vr cnSo- ae aid t Yaraltals we ssen hi this hebigtiqi at t le stqre Itis SCmt ling libs air inches from tip ktip audits bits bbaaatula WM lk mtl1shift ndcrthvitfc tale fruit 1 W FQRSALE L t PHI ITELv v fully Starminetf tc ljtcklam in this ns rfuturs 1 wiii cf e Irj 18 P Jateil Y 1- Jeb a l treell Sven i is unitsl 11sI tSbJ fei1C such as 1lerI 1aCtxI jightSj feiid housa has 7 rvo s2 ialls tastibuis ilose cl iriu 1OSt S w- SJb s w ti ilgS olm front 0 dll 5iCe llI0 2r S 7 Sl a1jS li 41t jCvc trvugh jt w Llrtt ah mantles t dLipet ancs s zar a Jwitr 11 shade if IlV YeaS Ijtu i1dIi1 s eces5 ry 3Utis SSS was albu J adfsjof jgrpund nnci i cris of ilis iTicsi hornes in ri field iAl = t wl e t IT S C vas i yl t cnsidebC CSiticnrTrS Cfroeez r and Soft I rink businsss For pines terms ind particulars cJ cr c a crsas W f LAVVRENCt Springfield 1I rl i t 11 r Q1Ir n O I Q O DI I ersonal Notts 9 j 44 1lrt iJ u ct1jpbfhe Wi CJrsola SPN rs 1J 0 i t i n I vJ r d n if 9r Cb1c r tFin tE k 8t= ldr g E2i s Ix 3i3t tit5S r l K rrA3WtlLSr if ae ra jTi1g ihnec7 rCca3 E Eak t Ct PeSVSl GJ ruirrfft 5 he iJ Ft Ed q i t Bdrc jfes TiteJida so Boafesoe iV H PIO b denVaM Ysli 6i 2nrtL7i1lihat 1Jas av = i9is cr dth ai ha 4Q J 4t YJS iala SS- 11 rt7- fViSbaf L rs rCUGVJ gP rt r r gtiirn u rc Springs ned Hagar andJLlea iv nMis Frslati Mayes man aria alrs MVdl Y Mte WiiHam ey 6x Lebanon ppert Few days with relatjyes herer and Mrs j H McClure and c ld tkr have e acned oiome aifts vc5 t relatives m Hehryville Xnd m ss Manefvre Simms will Aeavc Ltbr ay attend ahouse party grec by MJ4S Virgkaa Barber j VrI ri Hsvsw- Or5ycofvsof Dallas c fho r fJ inoI j8 M r M j TCrYc c A CTBlimbaii se id Danv ills tl 1 1 Zmnooe 1111M 1h1 e 1 t W s a 3tuned hbVne aft v i1T Sit 4 js cG94 end sn l a Sr t wLy N hc Jlr 11 OT Sffj irti3a Mamh Dou j1 nJ t cfalfJ u 1t 12ii etloi rrsttc Iv lilOhl try il R GtU7C LCUsritl 5 l 5 6cen5a ew days frilt11 sncl Xl r ILi iLSCSMaau mother 215- isti S their d13et axrfftl54i1r E S e La D Ya Si f1o M f I + bAA 4iat r OhifC di c Eoni J McGhofd find Kr Jas r rtt133 avJ eSm mc esc et8l1u ig rtF rf ths wi1le y 0- w4r YYc rs yes Ltesdy ii MC Ir Em 101arL y f- g saisfiQ City spdt hers to spend J rooi orrtsa daye with Mr HeSlroyg futb rin ths Eidott ie sy c45 R Mclm ilJ tai n leElfccy MsWOj Ol k nd Mibs 4as h4 Sa ee ath u- Sum L 8 r i mal4cf r CH MtTJ rr y JYaiiY Ji is nS is ii g1S 0 r g 1 f e l i 9IIL n MissSrsnt Hay at aplifi SEturciJay 4Qvi21o who hss Sben 7o Colfno ti iS P1 issin4atleiMrs tT1resawab nIs hi hm ungli d locr 1e1 spm ssvela zy i31 wSt rhf+ Ms 3 cFcn eMat fngly = 1 s1- yji lShs 7lt sYrssaaw i i s1 l1l oo Fv ccDanvi e las t wsfok by thslli sr is sist tM5s rJiIrcn ihf v tff iis Jd Thompsco J Zi pOllS is v siting his father rliS8es I B rlf J2 ni5 Grs d al7yt rs 11 Jn and raiativaJs at DimYiu j M 4 ticss z az a J Ai JlSSr it9t I T j iiTilxlta oOJr1 4im Chi age Ill dIcIJ t W oinnff u t4y = t 0lc 9 fj 722 z tn S4is15 anpe a 1J 3Li 7iS iLg 5 in II3ncl M red Grigsoy 7e r c3r 3ii3g2i isstFriday on abusirs vitas J et ire CJokenqolpher and Mr Alice Bushof Chaplin ara guests ox Mrs F ed Grigsby Miss WiUieKnott will Iehweek irovisit io friend d in Indiana Whiz gcae Miss Knott vsjited Canada and quite number of the rgesteasi r11aCi 5 YPhPiJloe1at rJiJ Mulvey jpf Loiiisyille pil Clr4ti Jal to l1j 6 the pi tl ytyyMiss 1Lanpfor f r i iasii atJwhSrfcng nSiS1Na1rOrY of USIGS Mis aatotoii ia3ag e Jpo1JxammatlOnJ pas 11lr oerfect 9Jld Jh and h ends ai1a a rllh i1 IIloilpwin st suchre this af teraocn Mesdamss W D McE4rpyP G Me tEiro WhartoizNJC C McChord G C WhattOiCEO Walker 3 A Green Misses Katis Cain Bertha Haydpnt Bess e Roberts Csc elia Simms rod Flora Mud Mr Joseph olin whc scently 2Vnfinnfprf from the ouisville Law Sehpoi land whc now hashis office with ion Jno TelopIing mbI irst lss law er His eerfQrInimand accol dating and possesses those j lialities which make successful men Mrs JfIugh Noewho has been quite 11S improying and it is thqught she will soon be entirely wenMr and earrivaljaf ahandsomeboy ilugh JMcle Jr If iittie Hugh when he grows to man accommodatingaround him will be better byiMs hay cg some fro m A iajrilyieunion was hea en tettairied Iat dinner on last Slunaay by Mr and Mrs JcA il atles at their htme sentiereand three children Mand Rfrs Wal ter Tines and two children of Spring weld Mrs W HAud and darug ir1and Lula Janes and Gertrud t Louioyills Mr A T- iandMissattte Janes H Eev Father Pieters jaas freturne d from a three months trip to Belgium where iis visited his mother and other relatives Father Pieters friends Washington county are glad that iOI has returned sspeciaily is thiS true of his friends 2 t Predericktowrifk where CatholidchurchIEe genie companion and bc oaqpis have greatly nsised him f rrdl 3iiti Thcmjpsosii who was connected jgith the Springfiel Graded choc dt ing uo last tWO terms but vho has been m Indianapolis fowseyer ai ve2ksInil r2 to spend ins remain del1 summer with friends and epresentrxUith f Saiptember where he wIn com piste nie education Lyman Barber anUJphr jshuctr McSIroy Jii viu gtr3 ill sI Ii 6ardstown faji1 0rTha tr1stocaLAirtoeheldoT Sept r 5 and 71 1907 oldleat and best fairs Jn the Stats Ths istge shadynd commodious groundb good nusb fine rings an 1 goo- lrv0vc jirem ums make it Ji in ceresting 2t 1c d CEG rates the llroAI Those whcLwili attend jirs asS pleasant Ir Drofifcafclg i s Fctjtiir owf t 2t t clst 7 7 yI THE SUN sr 1 1 r 4 For d f j t- aIe f r 1 1 wilt 4 unless sold private f11t iSATURDAY SEPT tbttrf1s a l a l n opportu s nity io iaya mcehome cheap Gbodv stable and grass lot for cow and horse Vill gladly show prospect ve buyers ihrough house at any time For fur isher particulars apply to or iddres f j WALTER f LEAHMlHr Jl Springfield Ky H IJ1JI1 r HILLSBORO Mr Tom Bailey and wife spent Sat u day night and Sunday with their par ients near Texas Misses Maggieand iZora Montgomery and brother a Norris spent Saturday i and Sunday with their usms Mr Ham Pile andfamily of Mc oresville Mr Solomon Kay es spent Sunday with his broth mlaw Mr Kby Chest ser and family of Hardesty Mrs Tom Baker and s Mr Dee t Eclgerton ere in Spririgiield Satur day If C Messrs J Montgomer 7 and Wes lief Baitey were m Spring ield Friday afternoon V Mt Otis Harmon wife arid little soil spent Sunday with her p rents Mr v and Mrs Kightly of MackMillerrLittle Margie Qriffy is isi tingherY grandmother Mrs J M SI ields Mrs Nan Sclatt was in Williaburgj t day last week shopping lone Felix Noel daughter Miss Jes and niece Miss Berth i Berthaw werein Springfield one day ast week hman spent se feral days Jbssrva with the family of Mr jim Mrs J p Thomas who has been very sick is some better ax thiswrifcf1 ngQMr6 L M Clark spent last Wednes Mrs x dIMisses JFlossie an Pearl Armstrongr ttendedVmeeting jt Willi burg Sun da t fWHof Mr Lair We e tend sj mpathy to the bereavedones The ice cream su per gi en Mr Wesley Bailey Frid ly nigh t was wells attended Had fine n usic am everyone had an erjoyabfe tim lv FENWCK iO lI I tic s imia arid Rose elley left Saturday for Lon s rile where the J will hometrwlr J G Cecil an hildr of Ray 1xTick wFre here last weekiBet fl to the wife of In Augdst 14 a girl JesserOblnl3 M5rs NI G Adams s gives at Ra wick Miss Anna Logsdon leaves Satuirdayv 6 a visit t6 her Sister Mi 33 Myrtle h MiesAdraiiei visited attne hmeof dsca Bot toms last week H it lUtalI yl d Wift Spelt Sunday in C Aflame pMiD Hai rqdshurgV FSeverald churchI at SundayMisahe mother hare one night last weekhi t1f It t I t JI rr tfr 1 havfe a special line of hats for = iie fair some In and get one fii before the fair commencesAug 28 Theyllre uptodte and stYJ tt Is4a newest out j t + JIf+ J I1Miss Williefr J 1 f 4i-f 1i i L t t iiI SS tS 1 t i t TiE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGlKT 2J 1907I Ii jI r I tHE U0H1N1 THE MOUE- t LI r fr t lftI III ART t UR PIQRNBLG 11 COPYRIGHT 906 BYG r W DILLIN4i4AMNT n i 4 It wis fi tough Job aiiweretl Ryder with a grimaces We r wrote her half a dozen times before she was satisfied with the wording tatlon but finally we ln otthtilni expect her nt3 oclock t about that Rossmore girl Did you go jYesaIffi dozen times In fact Ive justKeom Ifrom there Judge Rpssmore is there all right but his laughter har left for parts unknoft t41Gonec away Where exclaimed the financier b r This was what he dreaded As long as he could keep his eye on the girl there was little danger of Jefferson making a fool of himself with her dis everythipg was possible f I could uot find out sir Their t neighbors dont know much about them They say theyre haughty and stuck up The only one I could get anything out of vasa parson named Deetle He said It was hsad case that they had reverses and a daughter fh jYisjfwe knowall that But wheres the daughter now T i Search hie sir 1 eyen tried to pump the slavey Gee what arvlxeni She almost flew at me She said she didnt know and didnt care t Ryder brought his fist down with force on his desk a trick he had when he wished to ehipfiaslze a point t J Sergeant I dont like the mysteri ous disappearance of that girl You must find her do you Ileari You muK 1 find her if It takes aU sleuths iki tge country Had my son been seeji there The parson said he saw aypung fel low answering his deScriptipn sitting on the JorcK of wthe Rossmore cottagb the evening befpre the girl disappear ed but he didiit know who he was an haKiit seen him since That was my son Iy wager He j knows where the girl Is Perhaps hes with her now r MaybeShes going to marry her That must be prevented at any post Sergeant find that Hpss more girt mid Ill give you 1000 t The detectives faces flushed with j pleasure at the prospect of so fbera- A reward Rising he snIdt tI j Iil find her sir Ill fiuidher 3Ir Bagtey entered wearing thejor eniri important air Jie always affetS Ttc 7jut ij utts in i7i3yZeii f rt Mda whec nG had to annouriafc E T si pee of c consequence But before bs cj iildDjpea tis mouth Ir Ryder Said Baglerr vvhep ild foti aasr 1 eon Jefferson icst 1 Today sir fe janLed to aesr yc fe to say scodb cJeisaid iis vduiatjl bacfc r iof R del ga i Vaigh of Jelisf un4 sd dressing the ectivs sidi JIts iiotsp Jan I thought Ehsa- turniug agaiii tc hjs Bear fc y ifes a ked J Ver Bagiey lIlt 1s t ThereVailady dcvsrastairs srrShirley Green I t The finatfiier fefiif sgirgag ii Sat tikr sentS vV f tOhea Show her a O3e ItGRossmor ycmat aiid tha1 oot ours TILe ieteeth irant mCD c W imo e later 4f B gkyan pca 1nsherlng Jh Shirley Tl QllSS wc in tb d of hue lt B plrETtic 1 Jv R RYDER remained at lw fdeskaml ilid net even lobk- r Whet Sis visitor jantoi T P feteaaed lo po busiij yreoccapjec Tilth his papetSi wh cu as t favorite nose oC bia wlito receiving strangles 3Thi rigid 1s eption rnvanabty aeivsc itn purpoqej Cor It led fisitors iMttQ Xeci alcts cthitn they got which usually 771s iittla Enough Fei severaloiinutes Shirley stood still io knowing wnetfeerts aS Tance or vo ta u ssat tShe guvs tlittle otfvontionat ceigi and Hyds ooked What hes V7 so astonished jnimthit he at one ook cnr ais mouth the cigar he was smoking and Irose from his seat He had xQe fed a gaunt old maid with spectacle aId iecai1styllsii tfool Ibokins Y01n r LI JIJ r 1rtwnUstake Th s sli Jot a could i0t have written IThelAmerican pctppus He advaueedlfh gidet Shirley LlYoii wishutoSe me madani he asked courteously There wpr tinswhen even Jclm 5Urkett Ryder could be polite Yps replM Shirley nex voice trembling aljii tie ispiteof her efforts to keep cooLII am here by appoint Dieut Three clock Mrs Ryders not J ldInm Mi qeen YourMiss reeiTechoejtlicfInau der dubiously Yes I adi Miss Oreeri Shirley Green author ofhe American Octo pus You asked iie to eaUBJece I im For the first Itlme n hlg ttiOhhRy1 ier was nonp s aiHe coughed and itammered and lo ked round for a place where he coud throw his cigar Shirley who enjoyed hjsv embarrass mentpntbln ease Oh please gp on bmoking shfe said L dont mind ft In the leasts Ryder threw the cigar Into a rec pta ale and looked closely athis isifpr uSo you arE Jhirk y Greerf eh That Is my iionajle plume yesf reS plied the girl nervously She was already wishing herst If back at Massa pequa The Li and reyed her for a moment In silence as if trying to gauge thewstrength of the personality of this audacious young woman who jherWont you sit dovn Thank you nurEiured Shirley iSUo sat down and lie toak his seat at the other side of the dek which brbught themfffce to face Again Inspecting madj11crT father expei ted He jstopped for a moment as if tain what p say then he added nCi e youiigei thjjn t thought you WI iss Gr4lr nipch younger j ir Tline will ron edy oftt smiled Shir ley Then rots hievcusly soe added I rqthdrexpecttdtoj eMrs Ryder re was st suspicion of 2 smile playing around the corners of the plutocrats aaouth i s he picked lip y book lying on nlndes and replied Yes she wrote 70 but I Granted to stjeyou about this liIrleye ulsc br bee raster but she1 tried hard t r aft ear unconcerned ss she answered ObIJJY lOOk Eta = y I bateu repll dIt der slow1rl1h nxlng her with o star was ning to make aru LcomortabJc he went on Nc aqubt Tour time is sal Jnble so rliit e 1i ht tc the point vat to asV yoju IvI ss 5reea where you gOfic clint cctcL otjur 2entja- iagurcth Ocoj g YOt1 cnl1 l JohIi BrodeiicLt Pron Imagtur tic 6f ccir3e 3Werca ShliieyL ayder opds4 i iie ci F Shirley 1ctiee1 tbnt tlie rs lHa2 nl pas uigs m r de traed tb9 leaea traErouvG skcWiida a pretty bIg jn ere uYei1rsG 4terSQ ey be Las fjpossibilities but lthln lie inakeji v cmah us5e of then Jt otfcebbiIbooki he continue f On page 22 you sail urn the world sj greatest fndividuj iirod POtff t1 liilgiantS coinbination of E kteriiiity men tality end luouey the greatest exeni plaof Sndlyldua bin nn wiii Hi eJ- JsteiC6 fodfty A id y m mnks IndoJp lib1e will and en igy h 2 thystcr his nivtius SUC s An 1 g7l t- as iookid 11 heic isI nhigy liIOn page 20 yoi1 say tie znaeaiusry j raf Slfc nicnoy 1Ulk ng j afi typIfiiBfi tljs awgp prpetuhl uure t t aust o ei BtleSY r itl sli rcthle l jnUking nicnsy i uxkii m c aiil iContiiirlBs maks mcife lt cnnnpjt stop until tie mae linpr j ttP b l Lyng thh boo do and tulJllu shavply pa hMey he ed tierbFcin- ly IiDo you tji ti say hnt L lo di11t1- s10J torilorl v IfST wail ILo1 J u1SUt tVeHV its 1 natii ral Q e tiou1 staifcj meitud llydtir wits It nervous InngbQh1 rym in a 55 himself 1if the uir or nov Ins njevery wof man sees htliself iilth41 heroine Wd aic jill heroep and erolppjB In our own eyes But t Iim lin 4our r1vat- opilliori of ih in n 01 sIre the charnctQrThat YQ thl9 of hin A a type 10W ou you clasaify tit li Ntuii liLt th ew01Ji hao rz i itestf lipd Sb1rle WthClit t 1ies t lOn hcftltirQ sd h nigzic l asoii nt t 11 ziniii1a 29 ioii rT 3111 pGC = inf j i zv3i7 fIe 1f s m an- iiLiticL Lltc HUt i H- 30cau53 rtnon o Yezv wer h o aef pcwe mr than h JfcY T 41 flgJ t DecT t LI this gin had opinions of her own which xpiessIil do i t ink eo replied Shirley whatIas s s Zet win G he salt nothing tiis piutc cratwap watc ins lis isitir closely rom undjr his th ck eyebrdws She seemeil Bupremely unconscious of bJc scrutiny Ker aris tocratjc thoughnml face gay sign tljat any ulterior ino tive had ictuataC ie svfdently very hostile actityde ag hist Hiia That he was in iicr mind vhen she drew AheI charncteil 3f John Ilroderick thera was npdouitjiiossille Nq mutter how she e t ld mtjification he was i couviiiced he was the here of her book bitterly9Atmail mig It be her object She inight lCOfglance ai her refined and modest de meaiior t dispel tliai dea as absurd Then he remembered too that It was not she who had sought this interview hut hlms lf No she was ac black iiiailer More probably she was a ireamer one of thjpse meddling soclpl ogigts wh under nreteusebf bettering ihe condi Ions of the worlclug classes stir up t Iscohtent and bitterness of feeling J such she might prove more to be ten ed than a mepe blackmailer whom he could buy off with money He knew he was not popular but he was ilC njorse than time othei captains Df mthisti It was p throat game at bet Competition vas time soul of comnieyci I life and if he had outwit ted hiscpetltors anti made himself richter criminal nU of them ne ns not r for that But all these ltM ftfcks In swspaperg and books not do him an r good One day the pebble might tak these demagogic seriously and then P there would rltingsI devil to pay Se took up the book again and ran xn er the pages This certhla ly Vas nf ordinary girl She knew more and bttlnmoredirect wnyot saying thli as thnuy voman he hdd ever met And as he watched her furtively la ross the desk he wondered hpw he could use her how instead of being his e icmy he could make her his gaiawnliterature 0 this kind might become a real peril t his interests 5lone7 could do anythini It could secure the serv ices of this woman and prevent her do tug further mlsclilef But now could he employ her Suddenly an Inspi a tion came 1o him For some years lie had bedh c fleeting material for a his tory of the Empire Trading Siie could rite it It would practicelj ly be his own biography Would fins unilcrtake i pceShirlBut you ilidut ask ma tc call mers ly to ttWhy tnot gjit cf my OWl work V r V1 SuNo replied lltdelliowkIiit-you tc do some work forine Ete openeta drawer atthfe 2eftband side isf his lesk and took ut ssvsrai Cheats of foolscap and a IilfuerotJ ters s Shin ys heart beat as she caught ight of the lettars J fS7irs her father among them 1 She wondered that kind ot work John Bufkett iuy4cr bad to her Gdc and if shs whu1 ole it wliataver 1t wan IDPlr1ngac miliating in ill It would not tIe her jiands in nn way She was a prpfjesij Biona ivriten In the market in ba wit t111terCf vhi b sL was earci 9nt ing in one p Ie all the papers ne cI IemoTA fron the draper Mr f I wrintyou topa tsay biography to kether from his m tetltl But firsV is udded taking n puT American OctopuaI ant to know whets you got theaetaij of tljis mans life ior par 1magination- newspapers iug1z1 11e8S1iClIIe i hr1 ieycfijelessly Yo i know fths Amer lean miUionairfi Is i very ofy pworked tcpte jtiat pif ti natnjray 1V edt wg as 1 Iud tann he I ralei tcivhat yon lin vent TOO1Wlm t pc couldnt aveiiead ior eLmJie Uerc1 Heffti rued to a tpago nmrk d Jai book ar d r dralQ As all eyl dance of his po ty vjiiiity whop a yonth lie hnfl a TeautIfiiMIndiaLy gIrl tbtto DedJifetti bove tlie forearm Ry der in d eag Qily torVn1dnshG asked herlfsoavehjng y Now who tpid yob thatfI Md ui f aito tattoocd when I WUS it boy 1 1 7 ItHave lapglcl Slilrib iicrv uiiy VPiiiit a curious ccllnclf eacew Iit iJe re id you another tcoinci deuce Aid Ryder meanlngis He turned to anbtier part of the book and TeII tue sn eternal 1cmi1laCk cigattiwQ5 b jfween his General Gri lit smoked tooMntei1 rupted Shirty All men tvhjoc thinJr deeply iloug material lines sqeui to snicfke k fWe il well hot that go Bpt uow1 about this tie turned back a fw itigci and rca Jolih Brodericlv had ioxfid when a ypuhg msiii u girl wlio esIstareU at Shirl ya moment and then lie said llo ed a girl when Itvas- ftlad Mhe cime from Vermont aucT- cXueuiustanceB eparated us Thatfsjt cdioqiaencs fcrf preseatl yoti mce Jplin BrlSjB7lk jcarry a young woxmIu- 7uo IJn 1 r ic10 6TLed 1In r j l nc 1r rketi hhLe 1 sale i itb none liot ior mcn retorted Eyile then turning boo he said jcV this is mhhF1 i csrsta i4 foi jKi o r w iipve tOdyomi thiij hut t niypot Li t n lie rend aloud With all hi3 physical bravery und personal eblirag John ircderick waa intensely afraid pj death It was on his mind coi stkmtly Who toldy ycii that ije flcmianded somewhat roughly I swejjr Ive never nientioae it c 2 ivir g SOJUjf vMost 2nen whoj dsr41ri7 rcfpld of death repiie uwnru coiiippsu eafOi death ly about the only thlnfe that can saparais th to from their moiioyv hcllc1IiieLrt3 Itvasa Jqugh such us the doTil niay Jxaveglvau Tvhsn drivea or t of lieaven our quits f charactg r He laughed again ttncli Shirley c iirchinj the infection laughed too rhIts me und it isnt me went on Ryder flourishing the book Thik felbw firpdedckIs till right hes siuj ces ful and iiers great but I dont Ilkjs histfinish r Its logical 8ntuied Shirley fvts pruel insisted Ryder S6 is the man who reverses the di fine law and hates his neighbor in tead of loving him retorted Shirley tfeami sed her to fjeuce in this way with the man of millions So far she thoighr he had not got the best of herj She was fast becoming used to Im and her first feeling ot was passing away Tmy gninted Ilyde lntimidatii curlous gli Upon my est me He took the IVfllff rit his elbow rind Dverto her Here he said I want you to make as clever nbddk out of this haos asfoti did oui of your Own Imagination Shirley turned tile paper oTer cnrei Psl 3 yoii thihk your life is a gOb ex ftinpeto follow she asked with 3 tiug4of irony j 4SJt t lie demanded 1 Th girt looked him square yc ib face r wanc4tot be the richest the m t powerful peonage in the1or1dSWelij what thenh he demanded II hii k it would postpone the era c t indefihlitei3j1oni 1 r cvor inr ght of t trpir tDti t pointjbf view mliedtbe billpiiiaire he added youre an 6 traprdlnaiy girL Why ypu cant 4C more twenty or so Tnjj twcAty ouK or soM smiied Shfc- iey JyooiG lace expanded e brcnp smilcJ He admired this giris andready wit He grew more amiable End tried to In her confidence In JComefails Take rue into your cpnfldeiicer I aave taken you Into my confi dence1 laughed Shirley pointing at pei bookart 2cst you Turi mv over the papers he had put before her she sa fl dontkkow aliout fYcink good AnHinrr hft csRVpr wtth nr m i jperijy It i iglrtil3ue replied Giowiy fes if unwilling tob commit herself ui t its- ccnnrciai or literary valQe IChen n t uTe tell you theJiiou sst truth I dont consider mere genius ID mciisy making Ip sufficient vr YCCi tipn icp rushing into print Toilsee unless ou corns to a hi end it jfoula have u moral Ijgnojinx tlie not v5y iattrI ia sinuatipn ccntalned In this last pieecli the pInocratcontimnnid to urge ii r You ran umma yqurovn price r you win d the work be Said Two three r e en tvs thousaiid d ilar- oIJonl k Zeiv months work Fiy9 thousand dollars f e hoed Shlrleyi rha1s a lot of mcney IfcUiiliiig she addsd It appeals a my lotcuieidal sanse Jpiit afhi I the bubject dce iaot arouse ray uhu isomu from an artistic staudnolutIRyde 3ee1iIed amused at ez of any cnsj hesitating to jauke 5COC He i ev t iai- 51wrItes do iot 3fas icrosc sucli 0 ow itt every day- Upoi my word he gsrid I miont know Uj fm RO mrious togs you to ao liiSvwotk t isuppcae its be e llsry d donit want to Your mind me of u y s AlitSaaa probler Shirlei staited involuntarily wheiv Ryder rienrtibimd 1Uh son But le did not noti e it Why iglawiJdr she asked a If oimly mildly llltaistzdSphnbIIsh be wfere said Byder Fallei Lintlove with tile wren we mUll I pftAceusbe said 1 Some bi of the sort Ito surprlscjdShirlej dJdj r rasstnen a ld re11eII IndUfereutlM So miiiy boys Qth9t Bes len she add clrwitb ia BflisciiJfevous ttmkle in her e es 41 cottl aixlly imagine that any won an would blp the right ouu un JCSI3 you elected heii yourself Ryder nude no answer He folded his arm and gazed atj her Who kvas this wot rtm who knew him so who CQIJ d read his inmost thong ellI who ne sr maidt a mistake Aft rft silence 1r saidi j Do yd i wcn eay the StlroJ est things Y 1 Tnjth is strftngei replied Shin ey caielesslj IcIotuppose you hfcar it very C ten r tL xot Ii Uat fobP1 alruitt9d nYI tlPIalia ras paJrasi 1w t ziSttsi rr ctaa r I 6 soe an 1l 7n oi ItICilj filf s h27 79ft lntel2stthe worU- 4hy aectaryicked t1iemc outI zIplained flydsa Your art a VlJ s 7h t to J girlIShirley ac shs veat cu sorting ttiepa cers tOh rio be aoeg uot cara for her any nore answered Ryder hastil3r Y she does He stilJ idvac bsi slid SliiiIey positively TIow do your knew askaii Ryder amazed Trom thE wL 7011 1le aoasnt retorted Shirley tWjdcr gave ills caller a look In which lstonlS4mellYou fitS rignt agamz e id fl idiot does ioye the girl Bless his heart saiSShirj tc fie nelf Aloud she said UI hope theyll both outwit iou Ryder laughed in spite of himself This young woman certainly Interested him more than aiiy other he had ever k l wni I ftj dont thin I svsl diet anV oae hi my life quite like yoji he said Whatsi the objection to the g rP demanded Shirley Every objection I dont want her nmy fanmily 4Amiytliimig against aer character jto better conceal the keen Interest she took in time personal turn the con versation hind taken Shirley pretended to be more buy than ever with tpe papers Yes thfit cJo not that I know ofiCIlied Ryder But because a woman has a good character that dPesut iiepessarily make her a desirable match loes ItCo L itilYesceijtiiln what to say- You know men well dont you Mr Ryder Ive met enough to know theioa pret ty well he replied Why dont you study women for a chn geHshe usl edu That would en abje yow to understand a great maUl things that I ilpnt think are quite clear to now h 1 Ryder laughed good humoredlj It was decidedly a novel sensation to haVe some one lecfuring him Tm studying yo- u5he said but I donlt seem to make much headway A kvomaii like you whose mind isnt spoiled by time amusement habit has great possibilitiesgreat possibilities Do know youre the first woman Ieter took Into my confidenceHe mean at sight Again he fixed per with tlntkecnsmuce which in his business hIm how to read men He coutijiued Im acting on sent meiit something I rarely do but cant help it I like you upon my soul i dofldia Im going to in trod ue you to my wifemy san He took jthe telepbon from ais desk as if he wore going to use itSyoitIfor you tel comniandi exclaimed Shlr Iley In a atiEst of admiration that was fOSlfiroutodd and how they are to do it torn are t born general You know Ive often thought that Napoleon and Cae sat and Alexander must have beer great domestic leaders as well iis im perial rulers Im sure of St nof Kyder listened tc her in amazement He wits not quite sure if 3heiee making fun of hIm or not= VeiL of aIr7 fe6 beg n then r tern ptlng Jiimscif he said amiably Woiit you do me the hono5tcmse Imy amilySrley nmiied aweetly and D9weo Thank you Mr Ryderl vvili isanecIr atisrnetion this promise of an ictro- ductlJDa tc the family circle gays Oei Sims vas quiCH to see that it m ant mops visitq to the horise and other and perhaps better ppportunities to fnd the objects of ber search Ityder liftet the receive of his telephone and ta1i 9d tcj Iiis secretary in another room while Shirley who was ztIli standing- ctntlnued examining the Capers iaiK- lletteni r- Is that ype Bagley 1iat tara G anerul Doilga Get ldof him I ci nt SB Mm todii7 Tell Mm to corrie t morrow Whats that Hy con antj to see sne t Th11 ithooinGto tie phone l it that Instant 8aSrlai7 ijava a ilttis Car which In 7aia shs tried tonfpi ess Iftydei looksd rapts Vhats tbeJlUtterr jfeSaraEadss Izt riled v Nothing pothiagi she replied 4Ihdirse1 whisper J prlckad w th ji pin Dohif mind me he had just cOme across her fatn ers missing letters which had get in xed up evidently without Ryder s ki owledge ih the ninss of papers he lit d haiiiElcd her PrepaiQdas she was to find time betters somewhere In the he use she never drduinecl that frift would puttliom so easily and so quick ly Into her hands the suddenness of th Sit npiiennince and the sight pt her Ha liera famHIar signature affected her ahaost likes shock Now she had thsnii she must not let theth go again yc bow could 4ho keep thein unob so red Could she con en i themf W mild he miss them r She tried to islip tim in In her bosom while Ryder was bu y at the pUone but he suddenly glr need in her direction and caughfchcr eyii She still li6ld the letters in her j ha d which shook from hoivonsnfiss bu he noticed llotbingn went or spi aking thid glt the hone j Hello Jefferson boyi You warmt to sec me Can you yait tin rr througa v TV Igot lady here Qpitg avay No SC11SJ Detstifiined ei t Wall i ca t keep ysu here 1 yciVps made sy your nainfl Yet tilt a goodby Co ne up rii rpcxit five jQtjinfitesand Ii- nt cduiz7r o r2ry pe c DtJlrethh lis iaghsci nc S TUK jf tha rscejvet Sh ney was 1 unstrung trying ovc icorne the suiotion widen hex dt oc ery bad caused heind in i jx mgelj ajtcvcfj Y jci thH x siihicr t r SF time nervous straia she was underjjish saitl5 iY u wantme to come br1t5She looked up from the letters sh was reading across to Ryder who wa Standing watching her on theothe side of thcudesk He caught her glanc and leaning take some manuA script hetsaid u Yes I oerf these papers to1 get i Ills eye SUd se4 on the letters she was holding tie stopped short and reach forward he tried to snatch fhem fromberI What have you gotthere 1 lie ex claimed He took thfOpftWrs nnrl she mnrfoi Tin resistance It Svoijld be folly to force tile ISSUe now she thought Another opportunity would present itself Ryder locked time lettesup very carefully in tile drawer on thejefthand side of his esk muttering to rather than speaking t shirley owo eamjth did they get among myo pasFrom Judge1 Ro smpre were they not said Shirley tioldly How did yoy know it was Judge f susplCI6uSlhad been mentioned T saw his slgnnt reshe said sim ply Then she of Ithe girl you UddCfHesthefather Yes hes tb A cloud came over the financiers face Ills ieyes darkened his Jaws snapped and he clinched ills fist How you must liateiiinsaid ShIr ley who observed time jchqfage Not at nIl replied lyder recover lng hIs eif possession mnd suavItY of manner I disagree wkth his politics and his methods butI know very lit tie about him except that he Js about to be removed from office About to be echoed Shirley Sc his fate i Is decided even before he Is fYespapers are beginning to think he is in nocent of the things of whicn he is aCM cused 5Do tby11 said Ryder indifferently Yes5be persistjed most people are on IiLssldcSsh planle l her eibws on the deslc In front ofhqr and 1ookiig him squarely In the face she lacked him Ji int blank l nd11trulRyder winced What fjght had tills t i woman q sti anger both to Judge Rpsbr more and himself to coke here ant catechise him He retraiuedhis Jm patience with difliculty as he replied Whose side am I on Oh I dont know that I am orany side I dont kn03V that I give it mu thought 1 rtpo you think this man deserves to be punished she demanded She had resumed her seat at the desk 1 and partly regained her self possession Why do you ask Whatsis your in terest In this matter rI dont know she replied evasively His case Interests me thats all Its rather ioraantic Your son loves l this mans daughter He is indisgrace many seem to tninkjjinjustly Her WlttLthiIc VC Ajo t 1i F TPlcs trembled stii jsviotioii as she oneImenI have heard that life no longer has any Interest jTornuii tic Is not lSRIheart that his wife and ughter are in despftlr Tellaie doy6 think he dssenjjfes1 such i fite Rjdlr remained vt0bugftttuV mc vrQeni iond thec he jepljed NcI ho nonc x Thlnjicing that she aad touched his t sympathiea SbIrle9 toLleOAjlLip her advantage Oiithen wnj notconig cr1n5mCciie- you who ate sc rich sC IOwerfulSyou who eur mpve tl1e scales of jus tic0 at your willTJBave tbiS than from humiliation and disgrace1 RYde shrugged his shoulders and his face expressed weariuass as if the subject had deguh to bore him t etsLndHisShirieys face becau p sot dnd hard hocwordsYet foo admifc that Ue may be info cent r Byeti Arl knew ir fiE a ta trIcouldiicfc move v DO yumean tc s y that Jt you had poSitfs proof She no1nte to the drawer p the tesk where ae had placed the ietters I you had abso lute proof in that drawer for iustance wouldnt ou help hfn thenr Ryder lacn gretv void and Inscru table h4 now wore his fighting mask Not even it I had the absolute proof in thar drawer he snapped kiousiyS ithutarqwerrI xei eat that even if I had L could 9ntinu donSrVnthtJ r 5iS 55S t ii 1t tIt 1JIj t t4r4i SPRINGFIELD U EDNISDA AtfJU1 21 i H t Tr11TTh h JLI s SiSiS4 sS I I A Piano P1LceII i t IIIYot1r llomeiJn lakCqij f lfjIl J f j itet C t c r t csccn- ce r LI wit j da1e SOL i4cngec f ur 4G tr c ll tsJ enabe 4c cie l= r Ptno PIyEiacs iu rc o a Ctf t i J Y e hJ s iticsiia 7 a dc = ie y i IEl = c9 ftii p r strrtle t 1Co S oitoTsYg vor aJancIl T t t js t PIANO- SPRICE178uP PLARPIANS5OO IP p P1ANOPLAYERS PRICE 25O- I FI EehtenegroRelim Musid Co j Jbouistf Tie lji eilFKindly seri me full particulars by jjiai to 1 you will place a pianoinjrny hqmeotia JJ T I fl i Name fr 1rr U fj J J Addres MON t m V1CJICCO I INCORPORATEDtr 628630 fOU 1y j t I I III 4 I 1ifhe Lionand f The Mouse Continued from Page 6 not expose tne men wno navenjeen my frieifds Its noblesse oblige in politics asjWell ffs in society you jknow He smiled again at her as if he had recovered hiS good humor after their j sharp passages at arms whattherpnoCent Well you must have some grounds for your belief Notiiecessarily You said that even If you had the proofs you could not produce them Without sacrificing your friends show jug that your friends are Interested in having thisIi1an put off the bench She stopped and b irst into hysterical laughter tOh I think youre having a QUr4just to see hojr far you can lead DetI daresay Judie Rossmpre deserves lie gets Oh ires Im sure he deserves it She roseland walked to the other side of emoSItion jJRyder watched her curiously My dear young lady how you take this matter to heard Please forgive i meIlaughed Shit ley and averting her face tp conceul the fact thather eyes were filled with t ust Its ray artistic temperament I suppose Its always getting me Into trouble It appealed so strongly to my sympathies this story of hopeless love Between two young people with the father of the girl hounded by corrupt politicians find unscrupulous financiers It was too much for me 4h ah I forgot where I was She leaned against a chair sIck and faint from nervousness her whole body trembling Af hat moment there was a knock at the library door and Jef ngBl1irICYbe advanced to greet hlfi Mthor You told me to come in five min dressing SbirIe land Ignoring hatever 4t was that the 1young mon wanted to uyuthi is my son Jefferson jjeff this is Miss Green jlndiijcatedf was so surprised tat hetwas I truck dumb Finallyredoyeringhim self lie exclaimed n Shirley SS y Yesi Shirley Green the author explained Rylcr senior not ottcinff the note of famiiiar rocognftlpn Lit his ex t clamnUon Shirley adyanced and holding out her hand tb Jefferson said demufely 4it am vCr pleased to meet youd Mr- Ryder Then quickly In an undertone shedded Be carefuL Dont bffaY- me Jefferson wiis so astoufaddd th4t he lid mot seo the outstretched land All could do was to stand and stare ir4 Ifi fberun then at his Lather dont you shake hands with berT said Elder senlpr She wont bite yourFhefl he added Miss Green Is going to do some literary work for me so we shall see a great deal of h11c 1ltjs too bad youre going away lIe- chuckled at his own pleasantry III jpFFather blurted out Jefferson I ame ttf say that Ive changed my indv You did notfwanrineJo oiiajid 1I J J5 i I feel IjPught to jdo something to please you Good boy SaId Ryder pleased Now you re talking common sense He turned ta Shirley who was getting ready to make her depart rlyelrIiss Green we pnay consider the mat ter settled Yoji undertake the work at tbeprlce I named and finish it afi soon as you can Of course you will have to consult ine good dear as you go along so Ithinkit wouldbe better for you to comp arid stay here while theWork is progressing Mrs Ryder can give you a suit of rooms to your self where you will be undisturbed au you will have all your material close at hand What doVu say1 Shirley was silerxt for a moment She looked first at Ryder and then at his sonl and from them her glance went little drawer on the left hand tot of the desk Then she rf said As you think best Mr RyderU am quite wIlling to do the workhere Hyde serilqr escorted her to the top of the landing and Watched her as she passed down the granqst1ilrcase ush ered by the gorgeopSI uniformed fiun kies to the frontj dooT and the stre tjCHAPTER XIII H1RLEY te d upon her new duties ty the Ryder household two days later She had re turned io her rooms the even lug of her meeting with the financier Thelc1aJsthat It seemed t her they c uldnot be real and thtt she must be in a dream The car ride to t Seventyfourth street the interview in the library the dis iciiveryod her fathers letters the offer to write the uiogrupuy and whit to per was still mo e Impprtant the irivi jtatlon to go and lye in the Rjyder home all these incidents were sjj remarka Die and unusual that it was qnlj witr juilncultj that tLeigirl persuaded beiv 4fkI1sorieredBut it was all rue enoui Tti est begin ut once g a o ooms would bCj ready for her Ihelfo1 owIng afternoon Shirley did not hes tate fi rirythilgrwas to bcg1thet i iakingj the Ryder resident ber hlfh Barters her fathers very ife Jepijnd ing upon the successful outcn b of IJe iresent mission and this unhoped trol opportunity practically insure0 i esa She imuiediiatelj wrote tIiasrie- qua One letter was ic her tnctji1- aying that she was extending hs i vis t beyond the time originally plaiWt- he other letter was to Stott She tpU him all about the interview with 17 lei Informed him of the discoviy the letters and after explaining the Iture tf the worls offered tc lie sail that beT address Cor tie siex fs v jseeined to favor their jvia Hai first step of course wlii6H to th Rytlei home would be te secure ptoSses loc oi her fathers letters and these SUE would dispatch at once to Hassaixjqu tb could be laid before tusisynfto Without delay wjhndltdy t al be bngings Shirley lost no Lime iii taB feFririg herself to the more iuxur6ue uarters provided for her in thE 10 00000 mansion uptown At the Ryder house she was leqoiTeei conllally and with eyery mart of cci t Itt H v J fj j t ciSo dl Far rl J i 6 c4 ytrb J da acpi 0 I t S c c T Sct tc Y tPialic r p1c56jl C6 a 1t t io home rtra a c ourr pot aRt 1fe vith twq iTH + akc i Cut an i tr aifnOj st you i 1 J J NEGRORlfH thAinue louisville Ir 1 I tolsay r tOIVIrs J lplike 5S slderctioii The housekeeper carie down to ihc main hall to greet her vChen she iai rived and escorted her to the si lit o noonls comprising a sms work ig library a bedroom simply bitt i1nt ly fhrnlshed plpka wlhlteiI lind private bthrcom wh1 h- tidd eeh s eclaily prepared oi eonvi1e e an comfort aniI h re presebtl shft was Joined bf Mrs y detSDear m exclaimed the financiers vvlfer4 stai in r curiously at Shin y 5ivba a i oing girl you are sTTJeve naadelfsiich i sf1 with a bapXT did yju d t Tfi3 Ath I OUI rt a i i ci as I a c ct t4a IottcrIam If tim tPpe that iot- egIbl4 OL it w sn Sc hard aug1jed- birle t was the subject that tip peuleq utnen than any special skill of iiirie The trusts and their misdeeds re te rite topic ot th ho ir The vijole loiintry s talking abnut QOlhlnf eh My book came at he right iruo at sail Ith a6i mcriap Octop s sis jir attack oi ier own I is hand Ipirs Rjrder secretly admired this YQUu woi a WbQ tihd lared to sp ak afeyr blurt truths It wasa courpge which alas the had always wif lut tneie was a certairj satisrac tion I kn4ug there wrc wouiei In the w ld In t entirely wed b tho tyraritima I hi It ays wantet a daigtit- ent o r RydOr bconu1uJ e lift enfih ii e ShirleT ed lidi 1hing knI iide hers It t fl ae Girls cf are S6 conipauiiiua ble iThen Abruptly shfc asked TDc yoUri aren S live In NcSZGkT Shir es fa e f1ushed ml shc t or- edov r he runkti bil e Ue em a rassn tit o hot present nc isw evaslvJsly ly mctbe s ad tlte ui tl tt SL ws 1rud 53a cs- i c ittUr 39 cl1o bi 1 1IW1 tij jtiu CUI y C rjw tu tY s j o iOu 1th a n CdoOlSe sLad ctoh- IJlg i fthie hic IlIY iil1 HC HPie r 3 nr o Lt u t see ticl Pi iJi OL ILSti 12C rri 1ZSO- Ic S uL1uSn e c ec lceu l hei irnk5 I 4uuet jun ms I i intr crhcetrlliil to eJ1 P hid Ie1a 1l1s conoez co + l rii k ltydeJ ela oV6 5S f hlffiIe n mat fcicf Use heart saId Shirley jie cisierai What Je snore aerictf than1 tbs choosing 5i a iifeVcompanicD ami vac ars bettsiariiJtlec mats free sslGcycn thar they vhc ars goiiig to opanc At5 sst of their dayc together 0C ooirse ft t s a Aftthers duty o give jis soil hs benefit c his ripe svpei eace but to Ins kt on k marriage pascd only qa busindss interests is tJttJ less har cxlme There ais csnsljiera vlcno auDxe important If tbe juiccls e s aappj oia lasting one shief thing lc that the man sboul beI rea ttnchmelt for the W ill UX hE mnrrlE Twc iciopi Wboarc iia Logcch- emai 5t cife mus o omnntlb1E n istec e id temper Foe caanctj mix oi aiid water It s these S2 fish inar iriagecj hich keop otilr 1ivcrje ecurtc 0 137 Money alous ytrt p7 2ltpc less iiiaiVuTiae1 To sighed lrt HyueJrnic ir Vn ewe that better than L r fosi567 0 hoi guest rind she chattec jOJJ Sfel shis had kDpyT Shirley foi years wasJtirE 5Aia she bad heard so TO rr express such common S llsikw3R- nd the more she tallied jsith csi thc Jess surprised sIlt was that she was fhq author of nugh discussed book Finally tii uking that Shirley ill prefer to o alone she rose to go gptI flingvOer i ake tiefsslf thoroughly horiit awci to ring f nth ng might wise A maId hd oeon assign ed tC look exclusively after let wants and she cou d havc her nieaJl seiYed In her voon 4Jsc hafe them with the family 3 s she Mkeo But S hlrfeyaqt caring ro encounter Mr Rjrde e 4old searching tare nor6 often than ndces sary said sbe would jprefet ic tXkei foe meals alonei SLeft to herself Shirley setvea apws to ivork in earnest Mi Ryder uaO sent to her room all the niateh foi the biography anO soOn she eras coni oletely absorbed Jn the task pt sorting and arranging letters making detracts MOJJ r cordS compirng datt aic iiny log the rQnliIpJl r thc taiportant boolt she was to write She what they would call It and wo1darcdI is a peculiarly appropriate t Id thrpugh her The History of a Crime Yet she thought they could hardly Infringe on Victor Hugo per laps the best title was the simplest The History of the Empire Trading company Every oiiQ would underIstand that 1t told the story of Burkett Ryders remarkable career from his earliest beginnings to the present Ttfme She worked feverishly ill that evening getting the material Into shape and the following day found her early at her desk No one ilsturbed her and she wrote steadily on until noon Mrs Ryder only once putting her head m the door to wisli her good mcrning After luncheon Shirley decided that rpmalnInardized even to advance the interests f the Colossus so she put on her lint and left the house to jjp for a walk The air smelled swept to her after pe Ing confined so long Indoors and she walked with i more elastic and buOY ant step thin she had since tier rettirn homp Turning down FifU avenue 1stIeetposite the Casino The park was al most deserted at that hour and there was a delightful sense of solitude and a sweet scent of pew mown hay from the freshly cut lawns She found empt bench well shaded by ni inJ grateIfulShe wondered what Jefferson thought of her action in coming to lllsfnthe s house practically In disguise and nn tIer an assumed name She nitist see him at bnce foi in him lay her Jiope of Obtaining possession of the otters Certainly she felt no dellcac Cicor punctic U tasking Jeffeison to dp r oe1ngwrorlg1fpose of doing hlntaii Injury he hid moral if riot a egal right itot recover the ettersL any yji7vthat sher coula She 5rc3 Svviieepjy sngrcssedIjjhec tbcughtctiiftfslrc raci not aoticbtlj u nansoii1 5cU nfiiiecf suauenlj drav jap with s jbK rtciii cab cnpcsits oat bonci A jrsfifuiii let1 iolJKvrJc ifa iersoii Helic 3bl rl as 1ed sustf Thc would hhvlsxppciG tc find 301 rusticating i bdach ner pictured yccgriurling dWay at boms cubing fit nr slI11cI f ci tna ofnc e itiIIfl1 ktn1 tpailnadedC hl c tlilrel vait tc bllktto Ion- 1ily einirod sot oulJ ct spars the tints Zat she thought tc herself 4by trns ncfibJa f gpcd tep i ort liltyt6 t1xpirin tc JefTeEson hiw Uo cinietic find her In bis father s brnry rjasuiismding Iliilc anot ipr n ima aiiii disci tc ask hlmi c ssears tRe ietisiu Tcihak Vhlls sW poucle eel cXTsrsQi lflSt4itlt nm iv mini tOt ntor she found hersof sitilag befiac riin iu the cat They s arjfsd6C nil E risk pace IiJricy slttiug AItU etl lead buck rl the srcng brs e a causecVb thcfiTipiO mctoii jav q Lvme oc Sttiti ihat Sjsr it all menu iras sc startled at e- ng you Ju tic iibrnrr the othei iayv that t limcscfberfjiyoci ClL tier fiifi you Ol1C fp laHIC ieIiyStvtrlay explained pverych rigo Giis told irir hrv Mr liydep had rit tcp tc fJ ki asking lior tc veil ana frsa Iiim 5rtI wow she atcj sngeVjy stzcsl tit I hiS Inst tSt1tSv Isi the jop5 of hsli iny jcr athel Biig J1tllIi1 uiput the let ters cxplnlnfog iior ccqssaiy itv rrero ici1 rtiiets defense ia lQY She iiad discovered them iur Ilyael saW 1ai seemau id talcs a fuccy lSilO and lut asked her to inai i in tilE 4iouss riilst ivlilie she ras ccrnI1ng fcraUn 3i na r 4 I11fIt+ t1t14Iv1zt M r Metehantl f Professional Man I Farier 1 MeilsJic J Itf t 1 ilGeCl itltlonal p flJ1 JfiJTsa may thinkouciorneeai1 but 7011 do A sinews letter written upon a piece of tablet paper t j a itc effect m the business world as soon as S3pfle f s t niceiy rxeatiy printed letter head has ta weight pit Vne 4gr whoreciere tfee etteiS Dont Write on Tablet Paper lhil iiaa vbc ecelvsi qvi f iettet may wt1glo t ieth you are like ths paper NO GOOD z Th Eur rilry6r 5OO Letter Heads for 15Oa t j1 500 Envelopes for L 11rTL 150 4fa 4 fl 01 it you ion r need that many we will print POr fit stter heath hud 100 envelopes for 1 QO both for I jrTP- D0LLAPTheSun I It c JIaccjtea the offer notso much for the amount of money involved as for the splendid opportunity fct hereto gain possession of the letters So that Is the mystjerious work Aou spoke of ta get tho e letters sjaift Jefferson Yes that is my mission It wag a couldntteUHe is aware I have found them and Is hourly expecting to receive them frqm me And now she sa d I want ycu help His only answer was to grasp tighter Srhekuplain the nature of he service she wanted He imderstpol Where are the letters he demand cd ln the left hand drawer of your ra tbers desk she answered He was jsilent for a few moments and tIn he said simpjr It1 will get them The cab by this time had got as far as Claremont and from the bill summit they had a splendid view of the broad sweep of the majestic Hudson and the towering walls of the blue palisades The was so beautiful anti the air so Invigorating thatJeff son suggested a ramble along the banks of the r1v rTh y could ieav the cab at Claremont and drive back- to the cltj later Shrley was too grateful to him forliIs promise of cp operation to make any further opppsl ition and soOn they were far away froth beaten lgh ways down on the banks of the historlci stream picking powers and laughing jnolrrlly like two fruiant children bent IOn a self made holiday The place t icy hnd rcathqd wus just outside the upjvthern bound arles of Harlem a syl ra spot still un spoiled by the riide In as on of the flat apuse builder The la id thickly wood cd sloped dOwn sha pi to the wa tcr and iiic perfect tultrAs broken only by vhe washmg of lir tiny surf Against the river b7inr untl the shriil 1iotco the birds in tio trees Although it was lat in Octobet1e aay was wrirnvjfnd SlUrJpy soon lie- dilmhgqf ovs br inble oixtnngleia verdure Thq 4ear1iLSS underfoot looked cool and Invltl ig and1 the nat ajnMojilJefferson per feet both wacc rfhg SiJttclJeaoulut g waters of the c lnglec1 Iql icni11OJl as swept swiftly pa tSslr janrnoy ic LLCI- SCQJnclnueG4ceeh f Trains Outg oik Stamps of the French Congo The leopard from French Congo IsI honored with a place on every one of a series of six stamps issued in 1900 Each stamp of the series il1 in two colors and these colors vary all of which goes to prove that Ita leopard cannot change his spots the litho grapher can do it for him THEDAILYS i Kentucky State H Journal v Incorporated iPubllshtd afth Capital 6f The Stat tI f ontains besides the Assbciated Pres dispatches the news of the State arid world full reports of the Court of Appeals the doings of the State adminis traition and all the local news SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE W P WALTON Ky S J it The Sun and D nal Ktntucky both Stat 1I1S 4 THE SUN ANDS Both p pars lyr Bryans Commoner 1 75 Weekly CouriesrJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald vv 125 Nashville American rv 1 50 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer175Weekly Atlanta SenuiVeekly t Lotus Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Glbbe Democrat 175- ThrieeaWeek New York World 175 Home and 125 American Agri ulturist175Am- erican Epit American Farmer vif 150 e225CountryFatm and Fireside 135 Farm FIeld and FiresIde 175 Review of Reviewo B 325 L ttJ S Magazine 285 Scnbners Magazine v 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435S Harpers Weekly 435 1nSunny t J3Utd IN Railroad Timetable J Iincoming FaniHJV mistS Suny only No 91 Daily No 43 Daily 1ii Sripgfhld i 25 p m 1240 p pl 705 pniArrives Arrives a BticIsto n35 flOfla m Arrives at Brdstown Jtli1C 650 906t 5 06It I1I2t7SCUiS 6 J 4 C Trains Frankfort I 1 tDaity N 42 Suny only NO 90 No 41 t ille 00 30 i IIDail Not4 weaves Sprintneia 25 t 715 a Pl tri feaves Bards Birdoflown Junctj 115 12 1j 8i45v 80a mi10Q pi m Z tes= at Lo iisvillet i 9 35 Pim I I5-f If litr 41 v A b35 1 t 1 1T TfltwT f i 8 1 L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 211907I m 1T11 ITIJ- 1li I Midsummer Sale t 1t== Lace Curtains 11 I Of1 WallPaper l Carpcts I c TIi4 I iN tills sale te have reduced prices in every depiirtmeii1 1I and for the next three or fiuc weeks youiviil be I given an opportunity to buy goods at very low rices Ii r r Thirty all i on JEAN SHOES Ljiiio and a I on low a T HAPPY t = MrMC Keeling and family wen to Chaplin last week the bed side daughter Mr Mrs Lingo i very low sc this writing r Mr T ihs si VI list thiSweek t c Misses Flossie and pearl i attended Suh day Leachman arid Miss Royalty attendedTneeingat Willisburg mprning and Mackville Sun day 1 i Mies John Arhistvorig and daughter from Thursday until Sat 1r iirday with her sister Mrs D p Cas t Chaplin j Mr JW vWalls and famiiy with Mr and Mrs John i Willisbiirg Mrs JM Shields spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs Tolly Sriff Fairviewt from this attended the r ball game Wiilisburg Sunday after noon jr MisSv Scruggs has returned home after a wecksvisit oh rsis t r f CrpetsandRugA- xminiz 71L =el Carpets worth 1 5 flC worth L 15f 49O 1Tapestry Carpets worth Slfor ad fv IjUmonFull lire otfMatting eums an Floor Oil Cloth 1I9x12 wcrtn 2 2 9x12 VeIvet worth 9x12 Tapestry Rugsworth 20 v I9x12 TaP st Y Riigs worth 18 5 IIRoomt l U ace Curtainit j Ir 1 VWe si verstockedn Lacs c and are making especially 10prices ICurtains worth LS2 5 worthJ5C 210 t orthI 2 v L5O1 lorth L OIF tLlJurtans wol h 21 JWortIyoare1z n urt insITct Jet tbasiopportumw pass you i t IWall Paper Wepapoff during this sale Fine Wall Paper 30c 1 worth 25c ft162Irorth 20c fi Go 11Jf C Ilbeauti t1 I 1forThe next Oayswe win mak Speci Ii1ightWool DressGoods j- I White Goods Wa h Goods Etc 17 LIUAlso WHiTE ad O FORJ S PATENT KIDSROES Call 43 an1J we w Utcst t IU11 etc Ji IPricelYours I I CUnningham I I Duncan Gdiiip 103 IL HOtLOW 1 called to 6ttheUittle of and hnJS 0 W Suthertind Armstrong meetingat JVillisburg Htrvie Claudie Snaay at night Myrtle spent 1iat rV speufc Surtday CoLvin at Saturday- and y at Several place at Laura Velvet arpets Lirtasi A1minster Rugs Rugs 22 jVyl 14 Cuitii Nottingftani Worth Bowr worth + m ind ter Mrs B 3 Montgomery st Brooke Vine JMr i3oionQA1 Jias pen t s ncfa- 7P1in i MI GeNewt i JeltS tUi hy an itSundayjwith bis fatheij atttss i M Lprinie Noel wis and ii tie sou spent Sunday with h s father Mq G bfoei at Syciamora ralley tMr SintueJ CouIInc cr S nt iast Tuesday in Springfield j I iylr Saba Coilltsi wif 1ds n Cecil and Miss Mollie Shiel is spent Sunday with Mr Ge rga Rsfe iifig and faipily near Willisburg r Mr Otis HarmOn 1L2 nd lvttie ssh visited friends and r latyes Mack yille Sunday 0 The ice craam sup e gvaki bjf Mr W T Bailey Fridai ht wis l tended and all hadlan SnjcJyabls time Messrs Oph Settles xnd Fitc1 Godoy vers in pur midst Sun ay iur Tom Melivoy ali iii sjjJjSv Sunday with 1r jmjpdr ani lamiiy near here Mr Gljariie 5aysriSiVoUr Sj enc opa day last weeWiU1 His rot et Mr Sol Kays tfisplace V Dellthisange yisjte at the I me p f Rev 7 A Sims Augus i 18 ad took wayhison Will His death vas due to typhoid fever He leave3a v ife and t f S7ARTLNGSHRTAGEIF4COALfF- lI your Coal House during the Summer or your famity may suffer next winter This is L peoi1eRadthe v J t n j 11 Fr COAL FAMINE IJ MIDSUMMER 1 Butce Montana Juiy 15 Although jfhe middle of summer a iseriaus coal famine is felt throughout the JNorth eSLeil States The Northern Pacific HockingGalleystrenuous efforts to secure additional local supplies A Spokan Montana agent has orders for 203 cars but has osen abIto secure only ninet en It c siifl1cult to get any coal from anada zs Canadian Government forbidslI = xprtQf Canadiancoal until ho Tie mands arejfilled Nearlyall the North stem mmes are running day and- night but ars all away behind in their- A greatfshoftage exIsts on the Pacific jcast The Government ha s been c ie order 50000 tons sent from Baltimore to the naval stations on the Pacific ojast last winter wien the f a a = == r TS t leE V c SJIl iihG c vnstantly Ion several grades pf thebst Coal t = s aiigec withniec fu in vetill ii ndvil1s1l at the lowest toarraitst- hzes c Lhusiness Il lou van is yeur order and 111 filllt uornpt1 You afford o Off S icsaimoney Remember ws headcmarters fopiha M JONES CO Springfield Ky Iiilijttle son father mother five sisters arid broth r besides a host of rela ivef and frie ds to mourn their loss 1he funeral okpl cs the following day at Villisburg Mr B H M i3io milu spent Sunday withr and Mrs Tom Mcll voy at Walnut Hill j l Mrs W C1 an mack and daughter te spending tl is week with her daugh Mrs j Sutherland atSycV veryIsickJp Neighbors Got Fooled was lite ally coughing myself to death and ha d become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors predicted that I would ever leaveit alive but they j ot tool d for thanks be toGod 1 was induced t try D c Kings NewIDiscovery It ook just four one bottles to jcon pletely cure the cough ndrestor me to good sound hfalth n rites Mrs EvaUncapherofiGrover town Stark Co Ind Thl of cough arid col cures and Healer of throat a dlui gs is guaraptesd bIHaydcr SOc qnd OC drugg15tI H MlNTRl5 7L i CS9phG lqG 9Vlp t to hl brot si Mairics Graves ct Indianapc Blasters Rob t and Johnny Blanford are spending z i ew days in Louisville Sister Ceslau 3 Mclntire wjho was called here by the sickness and death pjf her father Mr Hillory Mcjntire has returned to Charlestpwn Mass Miss 3 Bryan of Nelson cqu4 cjy s isjtmg spends and xelatiyesVt this place Mrs Anna Be I Blanford and children and her sister Miss Della oif Louisville are on a v sit torher mother Mrs Teresia lan orIOtthiSj place Mrr Sjrti OlD met of Lebanon js the guests of his daghtsl rs Jiip Mot gomeY this week 3eral from this place attended the picnic at lo yCrss Saturday not withstanding th rainy dayiTom Wheatli y and Twimafe Klsahs were in J5ardsto vi Sunda During the tli maer storm last Friday a ening Mr Jiii Kidwe had sevens slieep killed by I ghtnlng Thomas nc 1ec Mcintirs scic t 00vnCK3OGC OObOOpOOOOOOC G PUBLICT SALEv rSJr A Piie FarmL V V JtOnda Sepi TT 23 bh h5fDds a its iLiCCiC v rj in frdnt ex tie Cour t houss in pringflRi I wil1 cffer of sl2 mr JfSIuaO 4Itha DardSL i11 and t e about 6 miles frQm sprinsfieldCONTkjNING 150 ACltES Tha farm is in goad state of cultivation gooc1tojbaccmrcrtablehouseB end is well wat hasicne well and tlvc the springs Terms made knojwn on day cf sale PW furiher iniormatiori cdi cir t u3drcs F Payneipringfield Ct 1Pi D No 2 oOOOQ oo OCQCOOOCOO tooOCQCOOCOOGOOOC COOO Treat coal famine prevailed in the Northwest barns ences even floors of houses were burn d for fuel That famine was paitlv br ken by large im ports from Australia Japan arid Cana da This yea it is claimed that the entire product c Australian mines will be needed at hme so that little coqi can be obtained from Canada because of the enormous increase of pbpulation in Northwestern provinces making it impossible for the Alberta mines of Canada to supply the local demand Last winter the anadian Pacific hauled coal 3000 miles from Nova Scotia to Alberta to help supply the suffering settlers What the people of the Northwest to wit Montana Wyo ming the Dakotas Washington Ore gon Idaho Utah Arizona Nevada and California are going Ito do for coal the coming winter is Serious question he9aec haflGtn QUI yards ka iG he Coal hae flt1re the gi catj It th Hl bes ttic one Bettie c rs Harry Thoripsofcthras sfceevs a icu cents per po and Mr Jesse Ah1ejWlf 3 iidl daugntsi of Lorettc visited rela iyas ath7L place last week Mr T E Bail rdhas yafcurnec fro Union county where he has been visit ingt his old friend Polin jtclntirj ed for merry of ihis place Polio i IfIJ6riEefwitr his new hjia ANTIOCH t Ws are baving dry wathrtthiIt time A g od rain w1 appreciated very much ao crcps are looking bad Mr Rose Brown and wife sper t Sat urday nigh with relatives this place Mr Curia Mitchell gave a mpc nlight party Satu night in honor of his son Quite a number attended i nd all report a nic time Miss Kat lefine imberlirj 3116 moth Si or OUl Vine aMri3iting ative Dear this place Quite umpel horn this pae t iced at Tathtam Springs Sunday- Miss Nar by Goff is the guest of hsi cousin Miss Annie Goff this week Mr Gordcn and family were guests o M and Mrs Abe Phillips SaturdeyI smd Sunday f Jley H Hatchet Vs nolding 3 series pi me etings sear Fellowship tbis week Mrs Moll e Gnftay is bsttfr afe this writing Miss Mac no Tiajlqr of yracoc is visiting lslren at thc place j Mrs Geor je Hays has returned horns after i isit to his mother who is ill at vhllisbur Mr boyd Simpson gave a moonlight party Tues lay night in honor of hs daughter uite a crowd was int tendanlsan I all report a TIICB time r ASJIt tMiss Unejic Whayne has gone tc oar home m ij misvills atfee short visit to the Missy Clay brooks 1 Mi Hdrvj Key and svifs Mess t B tJ Cocanoug fiei C Kfmberliii and lJ Peterson left French Lick iftd iast Ti esday norning tlChey ere aecompaaiec by MilJy Sweazy j AntiOch 71 5 i Mr James Anderson and Mrs Gracs Fautjh fwe f marrisd a the home of Purdom qnf avening last Revftt sxtend tc hem oui bsst sighirjiicntiioio cnilcl or anti Mrg Henry Grssn died Friday night of brain trouble Its remains waraj interred in the Plsasanv Hill esm l r j TM1bei andif laybrioke bfJiat theiome of J R Clay brook in lion et the Claybi ookss andDurretts 4uitk efJoyaMi Billy Holderman disd at nis nom Sunday 3 e ling about ihrea Oclock His remains were laid to old Holderjnan lurying ground Mr Hol derman lea esn wifeamdix childre It mcaiiTiV5 death in losing hivw3 raaiize w t ave psc Jigabdm and trus itiZeA Ice oupori Books O SaG mdn jy by uygie coupon books Bool s of 60Gpounds will be sold ac sdif count of percent and a book cv 10 0 pounds at a discount oS per sent Ice is 50 c2nts hundred pash must be paid Subserf SIL J100 year r01The r Lojig ago the authorities were warned that the coming winter would show a 1titiflookshad already arrived AJ1 the railroads L are largely increasing their train ser yice and thus constantly consuming more coaL When theSt n ished to Seattle they will require 5000 tons day for railiad use not to lmention the new towns andvillages up along the new mileage IFor two years past few mines have I opened For one year no coal been entered thePres ident having withdrawn 6 000000 acres of coat land from public e itty The great demand for house corir sumption has notyet commenced isti g by the gYeahi forrailroac i J nlln nisi pbssible coal put Cj Ht J Robertson day i Mi rastjnithe COILong distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We canput you in quick and satisfactory communication with tjie people of this great section ofthe country We solicit your patronage Rates reasonable Equipments and facilities unsurpassed LAM ES C CALDWELL i1 President Gcnl MnnaKer WHITEHALL P E Hays pojught of Wm Graham Ci 20 head of stock ewes Pric 7 per lead Sheymakerbou hea of ewes Price6 per head Willie Hugh stof Willisburg spent Satirdaj Sunday with his cousin Clay Shewmaker M5 fF livme and chllrlrenwho tidve hen visiting friends and relatives InWercer county have returned home t M Harrisori Steele of neap Har odsDurg is viliting his daughter Mrs jDda Watner ItM1 Sabe CoOksey and wife attended church at Battle undav and dined with lr Willie Hays and family M Lloyd Copksey spntseverat days vith hs unce Sabe Cookseyj last vee H M s oster of Bardstown las ee4visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs lleiBsby U Mi Si len Busby IE spending this Veel with her brother GT Foster of Rose ChJatlJamMr Earl and Miss Jimmie 1 Steele calle on Misses Allicej and Hatiie r Busby c f i JI Asks 10000 Damagesi r Lebanon Enterprise During the past week Frank Pitman formerly a braksrjnan in the service of the Louis ville ancl Nashville Railroad instituted suit n tlie Marjon Circuit Court against the 2onipany for 10000 damages allege fcc have been sustained in at Luiiif ting gkt auuaiu u moving train whil in the discharge of his duties The accident Occurred at the depot in this cttyon the 28th day of July 1906i and as i result Pitman had a leg brok mv threej ribs fractured and was otherwise painfully bruised about the taee 1 v anyodY C Rt lf has for sale two Ohio improved Chester White male shoas 1 Go Jdard Grundy Valley Hill has for sale threjj soivs and pigs Also two good SoutihHovfn bucks FO1AGEN9N OPPORTUNITY The Old WorldS And Its Ways i y William Jennings Bryan toa NOW READY FOR SOUCITOR g5 56 1 iperial Ocjiavo Pages 251 Supetb Photogranhsl1 tae omits his trip around the world t and h S visits to all nations The grent 2st look of travel ever written The- mos t successful book of this generation 2r called for in 90 days Write us for srmpje reports of first 80 agents gerlyTheSend fifty cents to cover cost of mailing and Handling TIlE HMPSN PUBLISHING COl St Louis Mo LELAND HUME ScT II A88t GeiS r D IIL LOIf RUN NOTfS Our fxiEmq Mr Have Key who has been onedso long with rheuihlisrn J started oh the of the 12 in thrTexasneig many r ope may find a cure t prijCetonI day with Mr and Mrs Will Stewart near AUceton i Mrs Polly Isham and granddaughter Miss Floseiei were guests at M v John COcanotighers Tuesday Miss Tisha Carpenter spent Sunday with Miss Georgia Cocanougher We tire sorry to report two of Mr J MI Coyles children t yphoid fever but both are doingwella pfes ejit I Mrs Grade Cocanougher anji little daughter Miss Katy have returned lehherbrothersQur school progressing nic ily un- d 1the management of Mr Frank Hardin This is Mr Hardin first svlendidteacher l Rev T B Roberts of Wilrnoe be gana tent meeting at Rose Hill Fast Tuesday night Mr George Oocanoughef of this community raised six fyusHels of onions ona plot lot ground 15 by 21 fee Six ot them weigiiedfive pounds e also says the Train knocked Ike bloom froth the wheat heads is the rscwhy it is nptyieWirigbetter J I Good J Property FORSABY ESTATE + AGENAY HAftRODSBURGJKV t 200 acresl with 80 acres bottom oh Hiii rivi at 25 ICha acres in Washington county six from Perry ville at 30 120 acres nicely improved neai Card welV4v0pa 216 acre near Washington punt rll4ge1at45o I 247 acres near Salvisa fine for any qrop T5004 j 200 acres land near McAfee if68 increased40perIn 2 years i500 i Livery Stable 10 room house grocery business an l sstock 6J000 Good forfw 1800 a yea li Residenc a d cksmith shop with 800 a yeararade for 900t 1 G t f r 1 4t