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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I 1e- 5Sif115i5f r i fzL r U llt0 t DEVOTED 0 THE INTERESTS bF S COUNTY 1 ttI 4 VOIUME In r t t L i r 1 1l f Jo r SPRINGFIELD KY II WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 NUMBER 3fltuEiAIr A SUCCESS n e Orderly and Gen teel Crowds M tend EachL i I jI Day ft 4LIST Or PREMIUM WARDS + t The 7J l4Yot1ftIt1ll1nUalm e rig of the Washington County Fait ssoqiation closedJin a blaze of glory last NSaturdav In magirespects it Was the ost aue- cesfiil airTvr conducted in Washing toncOufity and from eVeryquarter the Pair Associatinni receiver g praise from the people T There was no drunkenness V No gambling Large crowds attendedeach day and the people were happy and c ntentedr On Saturday the last day it is said the crowd was the largest tha ever at tended a fair iri Springfield Thefollowingarethepremip V ajFIRST D1Y F Rag carpet Mrs Ben Haydi n 4 Rug in Rag Work Mrs S1e Ktml berlin Rug in Yarn Work Mrs Taylor t Estes SIkQuiltMsGP Robert sonV Cotton Quilt MrsR E G Lawsonf Worsted Quilt Mrs C Wawson ilk Embroidery Mrs G D Robert sonf rJohnson Worsted Embroidery Mrs C B GoJbton Crochet Warlc Mrs ItFMatttn TII I WoiisW Crochet Work hsC B Johnsyn ShiftJWaistiVIrs Henry McDlroy- DoitiesVjfrrs J Sv McElroy LuncCloth Miss Julia Parr tt Table Scarf Mrs C W Da on i lsFrench Embroidery Mrs rIenrylVlc t Elroy Mr Mellick Embroidery MVsj J B RoBards Infant Dress Mrs L FMa tingly Wallachian HenryMcElrby Hardangie Embroidery rsJRWharton f Eilet Embroidery Miss Julia Pkrrottr Shadow Embroidery MlS Mi Infant Cap Mrs L F Mattin Drawn Work Mrs T M Este 1yIBed Spread Embroidery Mrs Estes jCalicolaundry Bag Mrs C B Johnson Irish Point Lace Mary J Pate Battenberg LacetMrs J F G eerie Knitted Lace Mrs J S McEI oy Point Lace Miss LucY Lisle bIYlayesCrochet Counterpane Mrs TME- stes Paiir Mittens Mrs W G Adar js PinCushion Miss Julia Parrot Afghan In ZephYtMrs T Jte t e i Tissue Paper W6rk Miss Juliaj Par = l srott J Fancy Apron Miss Julia Parr t I Dressed Dolly Mrs Henry MoElroy l Display of Cut Flowers Mrs L F iMattingly V Hanging Basket Miss Lilly S mms Mrs Chas Willet i SUtFlower Oi Miss Flora Keeie Oil MrsM C Mayes Flpwersin Oil Miss Flora Keene portrait m Water Colors Mrs LFjM- attihgly Animals in Water dolors Miss JjJJii- sIhirrect j Crayon Work V i Irs Ct Aa Greet I Free Hand Drawing Miss EiTelyn Lisle Pastel Work Mrs GV L Wharton Plates JisJ H Kearns Painting nGhiaMrs J H tKearnV piacqueMiss Elise Diirrett Tapestry Painting MisJ Y May s Pen and Ink Sketch Miss EHse Dor rett Collectioil of Apples Wm Lear Ben Davi Apples Wm Lear Wine Sap Apples Wm Lear i Maiden Blush Appless Wm Lear Eating Apples Wm Lear fff il Peaches clingstone T Sv May w 1rF Gpncluded on eighth page y 1 t1c T f thOMAS E DEPEWi t1l7grfield forgetrthei cares and wQeswirtt- at e tihe Opiara H use thigaDptue week Gsee him and e joy a good lan- gjiMNTED BADLY 1 j 11herlo ti es o p fathorn MrstrW For Our Of tieerslr There was plan of excitement t ri Springfield the firs of the week oii idbJ the fin ingy a pa trJr Lebj non SundayPfta placeje ut way between ithej two towns it was written iii- ia i legible hand upon the back 9f a circu laraiid is herewith given verbatim J i Sunday morii1907 i the one tit itnps this note will have the pool of wj tey at the Spring field Fair Grounds rug that ll fin lfasIone e when this is found the writer will bel 1t halkP S This is n boshY City Marshal Johi Graves with sevj Imadeindicating a murde could be found However the seine rs were not unrell- w tded altogether inL theirsearch as several good masse of fish were caugh in the net The slat of some ui tutj catch as told by th Searchers might warrants belief th t whales are in thej ond and that the ordered stranger playrag the tonal act lir V Death ate ackvrlle V lJv V Mr ROd Noah son f1iYtr Richard Noel of Mackville dieq Monday ni off typhoid t verf jt the home of fl sj father at Mackyill He had been ill but a short time an his death came as a shock tohis f rend t and familY T deceased waS one oi the county s most highly respected ymtig men yard his deathis a loss to th loVal to his friends nqiwscharitable1 towards all The St n fexteada sincere ThejlbupalT i Fredericlrfbwn i Pi nlcWill betielq Sajufdayi ISeptemberl noV21 aSi advertised JiSt weekj 119andIsJ1el1d piest daysj of your f if y I rdWARElI J1EIthTiW- ill t I Take lace hi Spf iiTgfie dv Saluhi f day Sept 21v j t Saturday Sept 2L will be 1i aWashiniy t On ttiat daytheliu ley Company I L wllihe11eriicated1en organizerv olf the A 3 dfEwill be here Congressman St mle will behere j nd9Pe5iOOQ intt rested people will croyd into the inimeise building7to listen tothe speech Js tl JILECTUR Ir1ASEDl- dgenViHeltr Presfent l- JaaKue Herald Hon Ben Johns hI- qf aIdstqwll Leh ere his lecture on Panama at the court hose last Fri a ndtv one 1ariic u1ar interest to e rybody and all lis tened 4Vittia degreeof interest that 4owe that they iyan ted to known something of the jubjecl under SC us tston He told hew the enterprise o d kingtnec a of he fa1IUFethet French met with and why or the success yre are attaining and why we are qoiIsoa id gave credit t W ei credit was tIe for ood manage Iitand criticised whreh thought t 11wHe told roN our country js Ul all8ginkJ alnst9jI parflmverYAmeriIIIbuilding of costly residences for the officials and in som other ways but bo graft the money asted wing a comE patativety small it 2m pIa ed alongside of the total amount of mo ley to be ex pended on the canal 11Ithf11atire Situation with political col for ng told by a ma who ventto Panl e thIt aiiu we co trueIijcaight It is enc uragi g to knowI that this immense work is t b clone expadte itaa one of the toarvete fmodern tt es th1t it wit be c mpleted in a i comparatively ante I spat of time af hegnage ment and that th Arne icin govern vanent eau give 10 thew lorltJlS e1ItaIningOC ana On his titip5 to Panama Mr Johtuonj atfcured such a fund of in orrq aa to he well quip d for andlangtb e subject what it ec mea u for dlacus jd houldeio be glad tc kncp r thai he nil take ire Isa eC xe an pieta lion equip bimJ self U nthotheigreat assures oil th day astb y com jbefoi a the Amer j icaa people for deci ion by thdr repre septati 5s at Wash ton v j IMrj Sam And rson Better J SamiQJiIdphoid i ever better joday Her m a fnends inWashmgto coon y hope na1 tieat j r i DEMOCRATIC JtAMP I N Opened Last Saturdbi MTrHag0r Delivers j Strong Speecht IJ L Lextiigaoft Kjf Ark 31 Con par Ing the record of the present stat Ad iniiiisfcratlon with that of Williain 0 13r dleyJ and ther8hrt term di rig S T yl occupied theS ate house at FrahkfortwS W feg r Dernocraic nominee ifor GOvern r of Kentucky today in a vigorous spsech t Lexington showed the peopl of 1Centucky twtr pictures and offered h emth it choice One pYct ie he painted it showed the Statehous e in lohtrof f rst of an armed mob and tel i pf troops with the bond indebted ass of the S ate increased half a millioi Ot dollars and the tax rate raised The other picture showed the record iade by Gov J C W Beqkham and the nen under him The people werejgiven the choice of another such term as the our years under Bradley and jTayloi or fa continuation of the prosperity and1 peace which has existed Iforithe ast seven years It was the formal opening of the Dempcrafcic campaign when the lea ers ort e arty laid down the princij les on whic i they will conduct the r tee this fall and pn 4yhi h they will i ely for the votes of the people of he State judge Herland Gpv Beekh m alldvefeever he S tatei J Judgeagar declared his position on era I uesttonsanan a phahe n1 n er the main points in His speech e ing as foll6ws j Hes fa Died thud avelogment of he tijIin th country He dec aredin f vdi of a county ui lit law for all counties and for tmfYj closing saloons He de fared he would ieeoiiuneuc aj StiSOIrmdeGpvel no ToReIt A tint bUO acre faintone Half riii e from Bloomfield Nelson K Itbrickbarn twp restock barns granaries etci all necessary outbuildings is well fenced and in good state of cult vation There are on this farm t conv nie t places three coninhodiou s tenant h uses with barns outhouses Wells et The farm is wiell waters j tl1orat flW111phoneS S trett Bloomfield Ky r 0 fr Interest to Ladies oriAw C yle with the iYlaj lI- 1ufactuli g Go of St Louis to at ou rtgreahe wifl bake a cake 1821x7i shay hfg and afte baking he will place the cak i anthe Soor and place two 20foo tnvitejjhirty of the largest ladiw m ins dt to stand upon the boatdss attd crush th bake dov n to one tech HQ will the place th cake back intllovit of th a make it Cis 8iSo dootl f llthi8 j roat cake li day avaning a iw th t y SHULT Mo oYI V 1 he Bardstoiwn fair f l t lulfpMr g od days it iioiie of the old aefcfliid beet fairs in fche State Th larptp sb idy and commodious ands ia goo music fine rmga land good prem vhTho e w ho will atten ara assured a pleasant and profitable ime For dui J thei information addrecs the PreRidentjjt or Spore ary BardRtow Kv r Iiit U MISS FANNIE DePEW v Th charm ng Soubrette and one of SpringfieJdV favoritesis now appearing atith Opifra House each night this week with t e famous DePew Burdette Stock Corn oanv v J 1 + tIiiIIJ I r Jt ICO e s t i 1I1sm JJ+ 7t c tlf r Tie monthly report from they schools is due in a tew days after the month- sha been aught yet there aiie many ols who e reports are past due of them are two month behind teachertr e n Do notxwj it until the first payi day to- br prpmptlyingat the end o t each month taught The County Superintendent does no have time to insp ct them on pay dar AU not will be written q iwdthin n days leqpesting their reports This penselaW4 wish to call trustees attentiion to tie fact that twenty days of iactual teaching con titute a school month r and monthIhashourof a tool teaching constitutes a school day unless by contract a day be required which in no in stanash ll xceed ninehours includ ing r cesssI etc In a few instances trustees have re ported school taught for the fulj term as required by lawwhen in fact the ticii lacked perhaps several days We have been obliged to have the teacher to return an complete the time required when it comes to our notice but in one tYlI instances we did not earn of its the las payment had been niade We call th attention of all concerned toSection 4 f the School LaYtand theItIf for any reason a school can npt fee taught the required fang h of timje re port the tii ngf actua l taugh t jirt days and let alts r itnatoder ol the tim and monet bW a Ti Pd otflr for the nexfc yeaf J Now is thje tlInefor treat ro snake fetiwest er sots in How many have done If not hy not Thei firatse t of 93camfDatiou questions Successful Meeting jic ocb K y Sept 2 Springfield SnowQQ the ISfch of August we closed twp wek infecting witli the Pleasant Grovech rah Wa snngtonCOtln ty j e v ere aai sled by Bro H S Som f mats of Georgetown Ky Seventeen were =added to the church by baptism bleap and four rt9 ed Uo dSi nameHva Honored the ehu l wns- 141t tgf tiriwill be sent out next week In fimeito o examinations on Friday Sept 11tldthr the questions fail to reach the by the above date he should l1 ld thje examination the first school J questionsThesethe morning of the examinationnot beforehand by a committee of threeIpupils Appointed by the teacher It shall be the duty of tie committee to examin the seal of the envelope and if l t f found t have been opened by any one to lep01the same tb Jhe county super = 7tlapartHl answers as made by the pupils in their examination The teacher must use tion ex amdnatibn paper which mustte fur tinishett by the trustees et inci dental fund A ream bf 500 sheet wIll sutpclentIquantiteacher should get the paper ac once and the trustees will reimburse him t The pupils may be required to write their answers on tablets slat setbi add then copy to the examination paper Tin order to secure goo form Writ on both sides of the paper if necessary to tom lete a subject JDo not put more tian one subject on a paper unless it- be a grade beloW the fourth The first jsecord and third grades may write riot exceeding two subjects on one pagerof their paper WfL trust tHe teachers will give spe vial attention to the foam side of the pupil S work If a thing is woth doing at all it should be done in the b sfc waytthat i pupil knows No teacher sh allow his pupils to turn m work thatzhas been slovenly done As a rule the pupil fill do no better work tailan tire gaited of him cdnsequentfy it isnap to the teacher tosee that hispupils put forth rtheir best efforts at all times 4 Dont accept careless indifTerent york from your pisI greatly blessedj and the Community too shared in the blessing for religious zeal intensified J5ro Somr ers was at his beat and did finepreachihg which was appreciated by the pastor and the good people He isa young man of unusual power and ability and under Godv biasing will accomplish greatFtodd in world The Lord has done great thiiigs for us whereof we areglaBlfv l t ieetin g is wjthBjeech GrqveI cmrrch neat inQntohlv H P HAXOHEWt fa 1 t Th i f 1 Ir 1 4 1 f t iJ Ir aTHE SPRINGFIELD S EINhSDA Y SLPE1BER 1 1907 CT iIIf IIItL iiiiiiaiii I7 = Public SaMJtL L j + 0E- f 1 ki t y LIVE StOCK BUGGIESr HARNESS ETGml i 1I 7 SatucIay Sept 2 l i Having sold my farm at CardweIC1I wil 1fei1or sale oil the aboe idate rny entire lot of LivJ Stock conisting rf the following j t t 1 il yearling iiuils v 4 T V Vearling horse Cpjt iIyfearijing filly highly bred yearo1d road Hrs Tyearold Cornbined house ra j J 5Ty6arold brox31mare Vgoodj- wQjckerin fdamulB by side l yearold cplts on highly bred t 2 gyearold mates in foal1 threY4e iuckLa1e tzti Salewilltakelaciiat Camwell at 10 a m r L t TERMSAl1 sums 110 arid dash in hand All 12 months will be given6rlercent date Approved security required 1 fjorm A NUMBER OF MULE BUYERS WILt ATTEND THIS SALE REQUESTED TO MULES M S tie t I IAW Iha r I IIII I = 7 19 NU t t m THE PROFITS E TOB CCQITRUS 1FARMERS HOME J URNALi1 Siw11 Yarious conjecthieand specuIatioisj haye been indulged in as tO th6 amount of profits by the Araerican To t 1Sonly been conjectures Now nDweyer I the Federal Government has furnished ix tnepubhc some actual figures show jng the enormous rofiLsofthis 0 cern data ls givenin th6suit re fcently filect y the Government asking 9ST Go Mr D Clark Secretary the Society of ofj has compiled some interesting inf ibn gathefed from the papefs in jjsuit whicn wijl doubtless be of thisI Hst to those of out readers who grow- 1tot1accJ Mr Clark has embodied this r uoformatipn in a letter to the Lexing ton Herald from ivvKich we quote the f4UOW1ngo 5lt nightd inteJLestinjf tt theread iS 1i The Herald o have a few facts l rom the sqit r9ught Bye states 0pveriim ni put the an Tobacco Gompans in fhe hands of j e eiyer The Equity people have oria eal of guessing about the tonoUjdft Jof biiJBiiTes done that cArr any anc ibsanuunt of profits it is iaking1but did noi know the facts td t1eYi were raadzownb the abo v tent1on stilt The ntiretht4c crop of the Unit 0000 000 pounds the mei1caf i Tobacbo Company J9 aoou 431txxJ9oQ pOUiiS or aboUt L4 pfei1 esnt cf tlie SG tire routputj and the pounds about 250 XJO OOO pouada a qatucky 1tfjaCcoand bOut JE6JOOQ boo1 potlhds is y the I odQ WQem 0 Ctn Ken uckv nteete n i The Biirley rowcre fumiafe the 11ferltI Tobacco IIompapy afaoat O be en of their theirI5 f raiized J a 1831vith a capita 1o6k peferr m non fieOOMQO and UjatNiar paid3per t snt i p3ferr d and Itp per csnr tireon tJri I89 pre tc it VJV wru lJ i9oq6oc rJJ t1 891 ps Qed m cent c t l Jd J 0110 jJc c 0 F j uJjj I Akut 3oheadof tJ tie of R knc1s- h t acio Fi1 bro s heby sicleone a t 9 red Jersey l st ro headOffgoQdsto6k ew t t AbUt choice bucks = 3ci eadbstockhoL Ir onsoCchOitirnoh lay t 21hQrse vagn good as i sumroVer a interest AND BRINdTHEIR t Jl bv aao 10O3O3O on 4n 18921 1893 i894 pieferre st4c1c 11 35 000 common 17 900000 Jlivi d en on preferred 8 er cent c rni4onI 2 er cent with a surplus f ii creabed to 7198290 n 1s95 same stock and fl pref rred stdck with 9 per ii coin non stock n 1896 preferred stock 11A- a o sixiivi end per cent common ci0 00 dividend 29 per cent n 1897 dividends on coirirrilp n and jjjcjcijcu o per cent with audi ion surjlus of 156330066 f twas in 1897the fight befcwt ii th Am ricaTl and the independent ac ries was sp strong and very or mar leaf tobacco sold at 20 cents per oun- J5a in 1898 the Arnericsjn de lare a dividend ot only 9 per cent ai TTtup iof STBT098S9lae with pr rr sto of 14000000 and commo t5e 21 oooo 189l it abs rbeJ the 1it ott Me3ers plant 1 ttouis M i stro igest cpmpetipc ie capita toe of his plant wasr 1i0000 a d fican paid 304009 for it Th ea the preferred tOcI received p i rejjd dividendandi the common rec per t dividend om that ye r tiIl1UU4 vtlT t i3ur y peop1em Ic 0 fight fpricjs the Amer Tobacco pan said openlv through its bIthai th farmer Kould raise Burl t 6 ceitsper pound and thafwasjair wo jay for i According mbqin tellable sduJces the crop ofjlppOj 1901 19O2liT03 w bought atiaxuts per po ri In 1904 wh tt far ens mitde a how of stren th i- Am nicr Tobac Company b h larg quantities I tQbac tsat ff 1 to per p nd vithoutoi tc look at it 19 the Jonfiienta1 T Cpdpany was or anizet witha capital stoctpreerredj48814GPO co oiI 48 6100 mos owhichwior the purpose of JiandHh thp fekigj dept rtment at ie AmericanTo CC Co any Ncrtw hstanding this gi in r e of stoc to take over on tie part nerit of the business the stqc of the American rmalned ttie sarrtQ and ac H IflOi fvjj yeah later all fhf Jl l hoIosl Y gQ if A number tif13i ies at d arne 1 s A I iew e tin Gild Y 432teeL t i fjrirth intej tin k T scajc n btatand f Best stan4ri this ectrioil for jtl hide tirade j n of under IO credit of FARMERS 11SUCKLING Auctioneer OFT made 11 uThis FayetSsJCouhty UnitedI gbod 431000Op Cit airiiid Ocens rcommon stock of the JArneri an54 500OOQws bought unafc 200 pe share and the 48844 000 of he Conti nental conimoii at par Thi stock t the amouniof 156593400 s held by dal dated Company This stocl was p by the bondslof the Con Is TObfCCO In J American Tob eco qUill pany declared dividends on preferred 54rl5000pferrep 48j844o00 7 per cent commc 48S610013 per tent bonds 1581 rl100 7 Th Consolida bed stocl qoOOOdO 2dper cent bpids 156 5934QOI rier cent tIn 13the AmerIcan dec ared diVi dnds8iper entpreferre t4000 000 and had 1320000 surplus 12 pe- cept c4xrinjon 554 500 000 ah 3 had 6 surplusIr r Conineitn1 j per cent preferr t 48 844 600 and had 3419122 fu rplusIil6 per jzent common 488 hadsurplus malt ga tot surplus bf 52228606 T ConsoHdiited stock 40000 000 anl had 62J518 surpju 4 per entbond lQ01724398Ul1pl Forty p4r cent of their Dusinees i j idone inBurlyobacco and ii is reaSon fa ble to estimate that 40 eiv cent or their profits ome from that ource P jsoj Jie cfemjancan Tobacco Company mads that 3 ear i4JOOO000 c ear proft irk our tobajdQ That year t 1ey clain tro have b0Ufht6G000000 p unds at j aIiq1v00oo00u n Clear profits pri bur crop 1wereLbondsthe qrigirial iOOQ0Oo6 of breferre stock rhas n ow grown into an asset 0i278J628S64 alli f which it s able b j t jJ tfWilY the Sentuckian stand such q x tortiphCar he call himself the inc Ic j pendent Kent uckianor the incfependenb farmer as Icihg as he submi s to such oppression One buyer hand es 90 pe centiol hs cTopand fixes the price ab solutelyj Thiitrare two solutions On is to pool tie new materia and hold for aipnca This is by far tl ic easies and best TkM other is to mai ufactur our own 11itc 1vhicn is 1mIchn ir difficult hut rTirni profitable II r Col Bryans Illustrated Bdpkpf Travel Lol BrialI ldOilt h popular ir1rj d finds sniking ill str tiodin tbes of his new book THE OrD WoRLD AND ITS WYS v It recountand prof us ly llustrates pis ecent journey arou id the world We are advfsed that in the short periojd oro days it has gone through three age additions aggregatI ing 25000 copies and that for it exceeds that for any book pub f Silottki n e was strengthened by a just and jallper Evading feeling of sympathy for a great soldier struggling against the dread combination of death andpoverty 11 b icyed by the hpl01Cp rpose to recoup hs fortunes and provide for his fami ly Coir Bryans Book with like Jcces depends upon io sympathetic element for its strength but it has on the part of the people the enduringfeeiing of preatmora1talIt has an pronounced admir tion for his brilliant abilities arid the him19Iinimitable way Without official place I C L Bryan is eJerywhere Regarded ti home arid abroad as a vital force in American affairs As a student of men and of gcy rnriient and of governrnen jtal conditions his observations and con elusions profoundly interest the people Hence the gresit sale of his book de scriptive Ot men and things seen d hIS noted tout around the l1ringl through the Nat ns It is 251 artistic enravirIgs from photographs taken Tpy him ojri under his supervision representing men places thatlspeCler It is a mostf unique presentation of a wonderf iriteresting journey that peopleJonly through soliciting agents CompanyjUshers They Advertise for ag I1tsiu another column ojf this iskue ii iiFo Erect Barytes Mill at Danville lBurtori H DanVil1eKYfePt lawyer and capiI New York City t a barytesiniiI l1e city whithviill be 1 0000 Cincinnati and tedjlInlease 50 000 acre s of barytes mines im 1 mediately1 east ox Danville and a force t of fifty menis TOW engaged in removM ing the mineral ffcom the mines a njim her of which have already beefropened toIepot fqi shiphidnt to the mills incIYorkurti1 the mill at this point can be erected Barytes is used in the manu facture oi paints am takes the place of white lead b a very large degree The Danville JT ines are said tone the largest in the w rId and it was by thei merest accident that they were discov ered Farmers havtjalways oBseryed the presence of snow rock on their j P1S but considered the same of no tmoneFstone Two years ago Sheriff George iW0od of Stanford took aleaseonllthe farm of W B Givens near and began mini g w hat he thought Was J fluor spar He had made arrangements WIth a Dayton firm to take the Out put of hisfluor pal mines and shipped a carload to thai city The firm notified him by wire o hold up future ship niente You haven t shIpped fluori spar the tufi is barytef the t le gram readI The fact was printedin a facriou way in the paelsjand Wood was the butt of many j kes connected with nis olpar m nee but Mr Vance win happened t be yisitmg in the cojm rnunityj knew the scarcity of the prod uct ahd imm date y bjegan takihgj leases on landnd a great mdaltrynasi arisen tram th3 und ltakingj and th cOmrnunitj wil be largely enriched thereby I New Yorithmiat j vi analyzedt the t1IE lPron u n re it e vyjfii st thLil has umtdSttttes11 rHOr Ben Johnsons Lecture I Bulliitji Pioneer IJon Ben Johnson alelie re hiS sph ndid lecture on Panama and pie Canal h re Tuesday night to an ezcdilent audie ice of Shephefclsvilles best citizens Ivas full of interest dind entertaining facts and the close attention given during nearly two hours showed the de 2p intjeresl of the jiudi ence It was a iteraiy rem e thorough knowl dge cjf the subjecll and great historical ese 1jch was delivered ina masterly viy aiid ffreeteqj witlf prolonged applet se at its close On behalt of t ic people of this placi we extend to JVIi Johnson their sincere thanks We re ret that our crowded columns thi welk prevent a more ex leaded account o this jexcellcnt lecture Lakes 0verflowers i jINo 63 18U acres in Nelson county DrolonrtlweUing on Pik- plentyift farms in Nelson eosho Price 50 per acre i pikeS50acresofo iiew v acre vww ywu uaiii old stocK barn f of water 25 per acres SII y Nb 65 170 acreS 5 miles from 3pniiIgfildoil good pike inclergood fence 5 oom dwelling new 8 acietobaccfo1jarn With inetalj roo good grtnaryJ0 acres Qf bottom land Plenty 75 asresj of fii e tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4 19custSr acrINo 66 156 acres miles from 3ringdeldmile from pike 4room dwelling 15 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tim ber 50 acres off tpbaceo land God fence AH in grass Price20 pertcreI 614rhoyn buggy shed and i alloutbuilding a4resof tint liottern land5 acres of finettobacco land Some t jr 35 per acre No 68180es B room brick dvej1in in goodl well enced finerivfer d plenty of timber fine tobacco landBrrce 60 per adre bttOjla v No 69150 a house fine river bottom land plenty of 1 imber and find tobacco land Price 50 per acre No 70i44 acres good dw1ling1S acre tobacco barn 50 acres f fine bottom land well of hill tobacco land sonic imber Price S60 per acre i No 71 118 cres 5 miles from Springfield tj room dwelling tin ood repair tenant house 7 acre tobacco barn coirri rib granary pond in barn lot some barstock of fine fto acco land good fence Price 3500 per No 73 180 acres 4 room dwelling in good repair small stobk am well wat red plenty of grassgood fence 1entyof tobac o land gooP piKe 6 miles from Pdng eld331el acre No 74 +125 acres on good pike 1 mile from schodiclose toT hurch 4 miles from Springfield good 6 room dwelling good stock Jarri 50x60 feet plenty of water plenty of locust post all armi i grass fine orchard a bargain at 2250 per acre No 75 277J iacres in J mile of Springfield pn pike 2 new to acco barns 1 small house a plenty of grass and water r me of the finest farms in Washington connty cheap No 76t14i laeres 6 jmiles from Lebanon on goodpike good 6 i corn dwelling good barns all outbuildings all farm in gross 30 cres orchard grass well watered under good fence i 65 per acre t NP 7820 acrjes 8 room dwelling in good repair 2 miles from pringfield4 m 18 from pike pn good road good fence 10 acres in i rass price 7511 No 7941 acisjsi 4J miles from Springfield on goodpike 6 roomAwelling in good repair small stable good orchard plenty 5f all ihds of fruit plenty of locusts J milefrpm school 155 per acretiT No BO138 ac esi miles from Springfield i mile mont pike 5 om 2 hall dwelling in good repair good barn some goo timber f jfIt hlpUse 3 stock barns one 40x60 feet plenty of grass fine toacco land ndcessaryoutbuildings well watered under good1 f nce BrJce 5U per acreS5No 82215 acres 10 miles from Springfield on good pike 3 mileH f om depot 8 room frame dwelling in good repair good stock barn plentyofi le tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre No 8316Th acres 7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from good i r ad 3 room dwelling In good repair barn holds 4 acres of tobacco 7 acres of good grass 25 acres of tobacco land plenty otloc sty good fence plenty of water Price 2000 r No 8410i acrss good 7 room dwelling 4 acre tobaccp barn gpd fence all farm in grass tobacco land situated o i good pike close to church and school Price 65 per acre No 8556 acre 4 room dwelling small stable meat housef bottomtendfiom good pike Price 22 peracre i ReaP Estate Agent D LAKE Springfield Ky siT E BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL I ON EARTH shortesttimefandfLA IJCS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gives a cdmplete course in the 1aestand most uptoda system of Actual Practice Book eeping and Shorthand and thangladuqtesSCLOOI Lyonori w f1 URM mmm + tHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY f LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEr rFOIi RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER tL BERUND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED frHE tSUIT AND1 J Both p perslyr y175WeeklyI uisvilleHerald125Na- shville American 150 Weekly n innati i 175 reekly tianta Constitution17S- emiWe kly St Louis Rej ublic 175 SemiWe kly St Louis Globe 7oIIrhriCen 50jBreeqersFarm Fi ld and Fireside 4 175 Review o Riviews 325 lagazine285Scribner 175jHarpersHarpers Weekly 435 1511ITHE SUN 11 I H KentuckYState Journal lijcorporateii Published ti I J Capital Qf rrStat Pressdispatches Appealtration and all the local news rl1OW F 0n Lf Ol Jbraiikforl Ivvll + TheSun and Daily Kentucky State Jour nal both ont yiar St S4 L Itt It l II FHE SPRkNORlELD BUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1941 Ez t t 1s Ii HIBITIi7jI LIIi I Ji Ii 0 WiG 0IN G ONHitI4HiT 4 tf+ t FREEr T 75O 1 YSET OFWARE Withsvry Majestic R rig old during this Cookiag Exhibition we fill give absolutely IIFREE rtne handsome are as shown This wsre is worth 7 30 if fit is worth aqenh ft is the best batcaabebpa hfe We on ta kf 7 50 to the 3iice 6ri i ageiand tell ojxlyoii are getting the wary lte csj btut sell allxMajesfiJ Range at tJir glla pnr fTll met the far t e Remember this lre hlbiflon week jnlJar wig L ibft gnf h thiswe To swate is on zhihitipq l 1our store and fliiist b Seen to be appreciatfea V cmEe lin any day durimg the ye lrJakf 6ur stireiyour headc aJiFI1 Havfe cofee and rbi tuitstwithus c i COME IP YOU INTEND Tip BUY OR lTflt INFOpATlON TAlNEf liLt SERVE YOllJ IN THE FUTURE T W tt 4t+tH 444Hf4ft 4T T T ToT T- + r nn itftttt itt f W Wy 117cELRQYSpringfie1d IT TTTTTTJLTTEVERYBODY t THE LION A llREMOUSER 7 Jy CHRLES I k I 1 +Jf tI j ItLf Sto y af American Life Novelized Front he Play b i HORWBLQTVa jL11h ktlGHf 1906 BY c w DILLINGHAM c o P J NY nfi 1 iTfcfct Hfei sOinj to marry Kate of vourse iMmjBd ta Ryder senior Jeff led rJap you are be 1riJtlitaee jmyway Of joking atjj a yoUJsyei3 tIU Jefferson let h S dlher nish hlsj sneec anuthdn lie saId Grimly II tntna h e must be some map rentr3lo as to thereason for myij siiEafi6jiriaf 3eila or Roberts to 4ork Ir ad nothing to doo with my r 3rryin dLSas Roberts but to preTBjQt L1Eliarriiyn with some on else I cva 1 ciairaed Ryder senior XEr i witIfs e one sisef acet ttl i r fIB thought lie trJ 2C Ly4 aright etat the same iB d grave misgiyinjKS Wliat yti lii sIrl 1 ut rcui liis poakk a cods pf tlieI eJ sal picied up on ihfe stair 6 on held if out to the girrs i Le t ui oiiiigliter is preparing jto run Oia err wtJb my fa ers secretary To would ave been too late T1et J N iyI siimrboned you hea- dnicor tt 8F lt tools the ibfter and as hb rvld iis grew ashei and hiss hand tiepbl3d fiolantly At one blow all rz iuDitoas projects for his daugh ter had been swe t away The inc n1 iiderete act of a silly thoughtless girl 5 is ciieC the c refull raid or WblChrJ1i r ttilt nore serious This jj 3x fnlng had saved his iaiiiily rrom pesliape an even gijeateryscplndal He 53ss id the letter in llence f o Ry i r sr Din The flBftttcier vas atman of few ors t heLthe foe p omcthn After he had rdrnathe e iron h + ere wa all ominous enc 33 ea h5 rang ia bell The riIer ttppeare TeHMr Baglfy wmtbirpJ rhemanbowed and dI appeared l Whc th davii is this iBagley 1 da jj tnauded thE ssaaoi bTtif bioodrTQo niotfey IWUVft3id5fi2 taco lie ajoswer i x h 0 laxid rob so j tp get C t r I J ever here gro led the senator We Cumlsh the money they pjirnisb the his JihiP bl I doit t mlner Turaf 3g to ref feraoiQ hp said4 Jefferson whatever the motives that actuated oil I can j silly thanks you for this rv ariiing ilf heartjifcumstaiices I must abandon1 all ideal of your becoming my SOllJ ntlaw I reJ1eas j you from all pbUgatiot s you may aave felt yourself l otind Ijjy ref r 0n bowel andreiha ued Silent+ Ryder senior eyed hiss ii clcwsply an amused expression tor vii g on his face After all it wnl not muchhe Whir haddesir d this match ts Roberts arid as long as the senator vyas wQllng to withlflraw be could nick no objec tioUr He wondered jwhat iiart if i Iy1 his son had played in bringing lltLland It gratified ins paterna vanity to think that Teffeison after a lmighTlj smarter tb Ube iiad glvbii hlthcredit for iAt this juncture Mr Bag qy entered the room HeSyas ai little t iken abash on seeing thct senator bul like mostlmen of his class hisiself ct aceit him confident of his ability to Jinndle tlUdIj th1ng to do wIth his Patr1m vial friths IeIrYes Sir Bngleyj repl ed Ryder fixing the secretory wfthUtlo9Jt that filled fire latter with niisgivto ggsJWliat steamers leave tomorrow for Eng land Tomorrow echoed iJMrj Bagley HIS Id tomorrowjf reiVct tod Ryder slightly raising his voice Let me see stailjmeroc the secre tary fTheje 1s the Whit j Star the North German Lloyd eitIanttc Transport IuJraveyou any pref rencrlnquirea the Ilrincferi Nosiifnoii3 at ali Then j auIl o onlioilrtaant of the ships tonight said Rye Your tWP s will be packet and jsftntto jroo f fC x before the steamer sa ib ornorrow thirdlsonofeven jjet that he was liscbarged as one dismisses a house is d caughtlriss ing thj policeman Hi oxuld not think goadecldedbjJUCOlijenient Inilfraldv YdJ rejoined R3 ler promptly VI nQtlce that your han r is sinking In can that Yot mpan that yoi l av oiheren gagetn ntS11sul Utl r terit1y Ql1nOllo rut No en agerocsut at i loch tomor row na riiwlfl insistei lyder AVi m3 daughter brined in the jsenatoj I Bqgley now line erstood He broke out In a cold per piration and he paUd visibly ln the iope that tho full extent of ills pla is were nOl knout heiattempted o b tiien Ito tNo Certainly not u ider no dr cuuist inces h J saidl Ryd T senior i tag a bel engagementither whd entered be said uTelr Mian Roberts thaft her fatter vouid like to or toi k a baud In cro s examining the j tow thorqufiilyt undo of rtable seeiis j rary j 1 ljIejalo vouid bf a od tl iilg for her ii t wOY11le goojl Uiiig for lt yotiAg tina I can assuip you of thutU a he ngiish arit r t 1Pg n to wilt Us aasunuic of roan er quite iroseit d hlip arid he scam nc cdii painfully B he floundered noon b excuses Not witjh j8Qrolidc ar no hftjsaid Tot navel propose o run ftway- itli t ry d Jhterc let the Irate fa er Ruii away jjitb hfcrVf stammered J turioah xnd rCY her l thC y tr sli nriglus fist at tOh lil ha fa1r ryJ n alas one really Ttn f1TJsor el wl nt 1 ItobettsIofni thelst rn ace Of her father nd the bl Pfptur faithfultFitz s Ie was e aough to Tin mfldiajel j4 siceni danger i you want to sec rte father sh it wire boldly OTes Kate answer the senatorWjrrvli have just en1inMng a- tn1ltb 3ilr Bagley pij which you were nelo the Kiih1f etR of foriverRn Jdou guess w a itt vas 1 The girl locked fromllJer fat et ftp RydersHer meat forward aslr to exculpate himself but he caught Ryders eye and remained where he was laugh1 t Hlashe said v itliii nervous Is It t ueasked the sonntolHtbat you iwer about to marry this man ecetlyT 4 r She cast down her eyes and an swered I Supp so you know everything Have ou anytjiing to add asked 1t r failie sternly V co7r slid Kate shuing her Head I i j r I rti e veijr proposed lO Ttti atioau with arty daughter 1didntear lUTind about 1Lr Bngley thnnderect her father JBtiitoflH gu a word oJ harac for this ll nfco you hart blot giitujion nmj JerlceLl1oJyh lluit Ii the oUOJ lords HoH explain e rery thiag ta you t IIe1l a plain nothtnglJOil1 dtl1 senator g Imly Mr BfcglJJy roturnsj to Englni d tonight IEc wont have time Jto explain rtnythiujjl Return to Eugl Dd t whQGd Kate j dls nye cl d you go with ine tti Wash in gtoll ftroncc f t The sen itdr turned to Rydorl r qoodbj Ryder The Uttle domestic comedy Is ended Im grateful It didn t tuviout i drama The next time I havejbotterHcpuock hands with Jeffprson and left the nom followed by ihls crust fallen daughter V Ryder who had gone to w ite something at hs desk strode over to where MrBagle jr was standingathi handed him hobojv i cr 4 l f eo F f tJ + 4r4t + i t II J ABOUT THE L r REATIlAJESt RANGE 1V If is thonly rangfe iii the faKjiinafil V MalJeableaiid Chir oal Irop j l r i It has be otld a rt question htttft t largest and best des Volt ofrft1l y It use about half theihieliised otiiotnKrianffr I and does better work M J j The Majestic AH OPpedNick Res rvcir t j heats the water qti1q r r than any otfier It is the only reservoir with a removable frSxfrft Tle Charcoal lion Body of the Great MajesEir Range lasts three times s long as a steel b xl Being made ofnonbreakable material herrl practically no expense tor repairing the MestV A9r baking it is perfection nit inhi foi months but for all times to cqniie A pREktrMA JE TIC AHQE lasts thir tlmeaslong asrariftat range but sortr JBt thre times sis much i C 1L PKQOF We dontasfcyoiitotake our word for aiiv l of tke aTDove statements but if you will callat our store i a mail from thfactory whereMajestic ranges are m dFwill rove to your satisfaction that these are abs fa tsJI and Will show you many more reasons why the Greatj Majestic Range is absolutely the best that Bonney can buy r + + + okor 9 + WW W rI co SHiJLTZ Ky WELCOME I r nena I floodfiIIanb lThe y Here sir This settles everything to date Good day But 1I stammered thes retroSt helplessly Good day sir 1fRyder turned his back rmliirifV and j JlilsCHifTE R XY nJiIabout two weep af tier Mr Bagleys spectacular dismissal from the RYd residence he had brought Shirley t elf two letters She did not ask hiin he fo hbWf 11411lweretit e cent them off by legistered mail to Stott who immedlalely acknowljedg receipt and at the same time a liotinced his departure for ashingto that night He promised to Iceep he constantly informed of what he wiis doiiig rend Iiotr her fathers case w4s going It could he ought be only matter ofn raw dla S now before tli result of the proceedings would lie kito11 nIThe approach of the crisis made Shlr ley exceedingly nerroiSi and It was only by the exercise of the greatest I Iself controllthat she did not bqtva l the terrible anxiety she felt The Ry tbipgrapfay was nearl finished and he 1stfyln Seventyf rth stree would soon como to pan nc l1elul a seta ous tall with Jefferson who cbjiteiysd to sec a good deal f her u suspected by his pntellts for Mr an Mrs Ryder had to believe thouna J i1lnr n c easy i ShirJey brought td ear ali the argpi meats she cpuld till ilc of to Jefferson of the hopelessness of their engagement She insisted that se could novorbelirfR wife circumstances over whleh bad no control mado that dreamimpossible It were better site said to part rather than Incur elarguehad never heard before and YbiC alarmed her not a littleand the d 11t cussioii ended usually by aldss iput Shirley completely r hors de combat John Ryder had nqt ceased worrying his son The removal of Kate Roberts as a acto1lnlhis future had no t eliminated the danger of JeffeVson taking the bit be tIingt yd J s t of the mere possibility ol such a thin happening hestormed and raved until his wife accustomed as she was to his choleric outbursts was thordiighl frightened For some tlmg after Ba leys departure father and QoL gof along together fairly amicably but R der senior eras nick to see that feison bad something on his mini which was worry g him and 1e i rightly ttrlb tea it hIs infatuatio 1 for Miss Rossmore j6re was convinced judgerwas own efforts to discover her whereabouts had ieen unsuccessful Sergeant Ellison had confessed abso lute failure Miss Rogsmore he replorf ed had disappeared as completely as if the earth had swallowed her and Tnowinerlwelldisps1tion H qr seuigr bellqved hlnJ suite capable oil marrying the glrlse rretly any time TheSjuly thing that thatiintiglnolorc sus mot s by rlil ownwris not of course awarfTof this and he Avorrjed night tend day s prevetirtson ry n it U of- theniaii bo bad wronged ghtJJ The more he pondered the notfcould fall in love and marry Ee jneeO not seek a rich girl there was e fare the tivfLandthought there vfas a girl who would amda inor h thought otl th more the li ems on him that Miss Green would b4aii 11deal daughterin law and at thi 4ain6 time snatch his on from the c utoheft of the ItossniQrefvraulaui Jefferson during all these wesxs yU growing more a more impatient Hfi mew that any dos now ShirMy migjif take her deimrture from then housf and rafu n to Massapefyia It die nt asri4risYherhe would losehWforeyer audit W thec contrary tbd judge were nc q tJShIrley never wul1 lie iv line to ltttkrl relm WithtU hls tat ers and this he felt he would nevei 03 rain Heresolvpd therefore to bDVEf o final l1isfat 81 a 1d declare b idly 11is intention oC m MIss Rosmore Ibis wife rpfadte fthe Co sequence The ppor unlty carne ooft uprninj- after dinner Ryder senior was IttJjsg in tile lip tnry reading M11Jai set had to the theater wtb1t I1iiralnherher now comp fed tHistQr ttf liriOontinROd t1 ir7utnP rc6 r it r t r I iJ 0 t i t47 III 0 ItI S i I i r THE SPRINGFIElD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 i 7 t f L LiJ W I IIFr i IIr 1 hi Ladies Shi rt W 8ISt1IC and Lawns- Irr It Skirts 1 1 i f = II 1 HI c rr 01iit I I I 1t I Lt 1t i r I1 r Ir rlflo II IH1 F SHSrctl at Ifv Prices AII1l1I new this summe s goods II IIi GrundyMcIntre II l 1 jj SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLtAR 1 Wn Advance J ROGE SJGOR Publisher T ij9rand Entered at the post at Springfield for transmission through the jtKy a secondclass matter TERMS cISUBSRIPIQN t Ozie Year iou fBIrMonths Eej so Three Months B In 7ritirig to havfe your address changed siways give the postoffice to which your paper as well ns the tiostoflSce to which you wiih it sent r EjDEMOCRATIC TIC i rr For Senator JCW Beckham HagerITrim ble For AudiWrr Henry frL Bosworth For Treasurer Ruby Laffoon For Secretary of State Hubert Vree land Se11oo1fv rick For Commissioner of Agric lturJW Newman For Clerk of Court of Appeals J Bi Chenault Fpr Railroad Commissioner C j C McGliord For State Senator JRoeersrGore- For4 Representative W C McGiiarfl TwocentiiailiT afl fareish iirg discussed iiv crerv State in the unions espeejally is tjhis true in Sfcatei Thti1thla1r b4s riot been placeciIupoii iIe statute books FjoTi the Byspiijl Post oi ijjetsrday fwe tftluni that the Attor rGeneraiJLoC Minnesbta has compiled table in which me proyes thatneariy all tlbe railS roadsin that State earned mOre T in Jutfg 1907 under a fewpefent ate than they did in June 1906- iinder a threecent rate There auction olrate increases travel and in this vvaY the loss of one JQent on the mile to the Company iBi more than made up It eetns- tp aas that this destroys thetfargu int that the railroads can not develop new territory H under tie twocent rate n Ti twocent fa legislauonvis a godthing in Miijiesota it will TIP good thinpilint KpntnVlfv lJ Th sp4echQI judge Hater Demccmti nominee for Goer nor vnll be printed in Jull in the Sun next week It was the ini ial speech oJHhe campaign andas delive ed in Lexington last Sa uf day before 4 magnificent and in terestd audience Itwas a Icfei cal ah I strong presentation he affairs omhe State as conduct by the present Demogratttt ad minist tion and withputajqutjsrj tion of a dotibt it becomes a win fling clmpaign document A lii the nar destring t it pknt c nd building of theiCouft Jouriu Io ist ThursdnigI4 ijeLouisfia nes vei checked ind the da Ie1is coniderale- Courie Joprnal and Tmes airtu1I ir business at the ame stand It1iitternot hat cit Iopinors qieinregad to Couriei Journals politic di cies we must all adroit that itik th gr atest newspaprSouth I f the Ohio and we are ihankf from le bottom of our hiaiv that th VfiieideinpiiK did nM trV It Mayo Rbbt Bmgharh will ko Llea ca4didfortjie l1ernocraic- nominatiion for MaVoriof Loqis yule i wer Tyhi will tb nominatchr MiTyler is a ba ik- ei arid by tbqse ho- knov 1iirn to bttgentrnu of high bfldii tfc gingham qar iiig thp JIefjeiiOd in which he hasp eied1a s1vr L9 is yule as iith ptnpk a- nkri it aiin Mr M Arias Hansbroogh Jri of j HodAnvwle has accepted apol sitiopwi h 1 he S having gun h sdith sas asociace ed frr his iSsi eS Th ed torf ThSUD had thv pleasure pf hiring Hon Hubert Vreelandl Democrstic homibee for Sre ary f tate deiv- Speec t ampb llsviile ast Mondlvv Mr Vreelanda speech was clear and logioal He re sentdi thj issues iQt the campaign in a Aiy hat pleased all present VVorked LikealCnarnii Mr JDLN Walker eoitLvjof that d picy- jsumalj I th Errterpri84Louisa Va ays 1rai arthil in f4foot last week nd at lonci applied Bufcldens Arnica alve mflamrnatiti fo11owed the salve simplyl healed ihelwound tteas every sOrej burn anc skin dis a Guaranted at Haydn Robe4aon Druggists p5e tt Of ii siaE- a 1iI + I SUNSTROKEfI Said an English philosopher Life is but trial trip before th lau ich into eter y JJBut after Sollie pe pie get into ernity the chanees re tat they win ye no further use r a lunch If 1 aft is the heir apparent Foraker is tM J ot air aplparcnt j It s ems that Marse Henry is kept pret y busy these days xplaiiing his explim tiohs and denying his denials Ex S JCretary of Treasury slieM Shawl vas arrested in New Yark the other dvforexceeding thO spe d limit with pis aptomobile But his Presi dential boom vyill never be disturbed on tFLt count The vorld is fU nOfli cranks So ate tl e Ghicrfgd Universities up lii ics is heFlin LouisyH just now Caesar had his Brutus Char es the First izd his sbdore the Fi thinks1 slIrset6O v doubt now jhours JL1 hmself eligibieto in a point bn the police fdrce j The I idians eat green corn all day and dan e all night Evidently green corn Has the same effect fin ti e Red man as reenTapples tfave on the small bqy nmIJ notnina e for lan office there be cause gjiimland A C ic igo prOfessorsays th chil potyiearithat fai hi n a trial but t did not j rove ia succeus aP3iijleIis verjai the coriBumkr fcvill have to da it Ne York maii viilOilhought hat l11ehad f ih enough flystarted t 0m a secon story window and was ki led deIIa big m sake in not making thee rth the stay ti ig instead of the landing plac 11 ItL a obscure f vtl8J i ib he r to vf bilious far away fttftttn rIft c unlay keeps on iKtd r lik e it hap been receptor a man iH have tc Qt snakebitino1ert1 Bt arink f t I1zn attOlIQl1S darlj lus 4 abOut ha d to l ateasth t u- iuck j ill Patterson I M INtIRl i l rlJut2J tO Je f sa n- 4nderoiI agirL We are rj ono e 11vl An eoneiy iii ithtcp1 d fevar J tjIrJins rsld t oYerti njfulas fern 210county court day MwB MtiryfR jVLontgomery and aiiatej I i t 1itleub1otMr Jol ph Cam tron nnd vife Vict ClrbetJ wife and children of nee Htaly the guests pf theif tt n McTnUre Siukthfr t r Crosten da and thI- c t e will fee married 01 t e e weddfewlll he qieass Alr ia jtJambion ofBhurutt w u thgueat 0 f the Miaaas Edelen reefsatjy Irs Lill Mattingly of Lpiiisville ii ihi f her pare ts Mr and Mrs IBiUary Os oqrn this week Mr Douglas Fields of Indianapolis relftrf ilIarleyClementsI childrenJyule aftei f pending a few dayswth rleirttiveshetej Cecil of Louia villa is the guest o relatives here teet ry Comn4gssioners r Judge W Ii Selectman Democrat ajidfMr T 4 filler Republican have b i reapp ed elecmon commission ei i O1W31ifl ton colrtY Ii IIi t5 J In McmoHam God has again shown us that tltis is not our abiding home On the moiping of Aug the 19 1907 the death angel visited the Willisburgcommunity and carriedawaYQnlts snOyy white pin ions the beautiful and imjmbrtal spirit bf William IL Sims sor of Rev and Mrs J A Sims He was born June 9 1882 and was married to Emma Sutton Nov 121902 He was converted unto Christ at the early age of fifteen years and was united with the Chris tian church at this place where he remained a faithful and devout member until his death lie was a patient suf ferer of typhOidtfev r arid all that medical nursing could do was done but ifavailed nothing The funeral took place at the Christian church the following day afc4 oclock p m A beautiful sermon was delivered by Rev Almstead after which the remains were deposited in the Fairy ew cemet rjQawait the resurrection morn A long line of dear relatives and fiends followed the body to its last resting place and while the solemn t roc ssion lingered around all that re mained of a dear husband and son a sweet resigned prayer rising from the depths ot everysad heart seemed to imprint itself upon every reverently bawed head and sing its way to throne of heaven Heavenly treasure to the bereaved should be regarded better than earthly treasure for you sorrow not as those who have no hope Our community has iIYLdevoteda M W Df A a fait ful member But we poin the deal ife and loving par eats to that Greht4Master who will their sorrows shareI It was for a grand and noble purpose 1hat Will was called prepardfortend our sympathy in your bereave t ment and ever remember it is Jasiis Christ who is your comforter in the hour of trouble hele js a reap r whose name isdeat And with his sickle keen He reaps the beaifded grain it a breath And the flowers that grow between 1f A FRIEND WiMisbarg Ky I4sP43etween Springfield and Walker s Heights a ladys hat and a bun dIe containing a shirtwaist Finder wll please retirn the same to c Prices ice cream parlor and receive re ward MRT Jj WHEATJLEY lI rOhoice of Ev ils aftIsurprIsed to see yoii in private the lS1Tees1 replied Bright y but yoii See If I dltt flnripnr on the stag Id probably have to sit in the audi ence and bebpre to deathtPhilaj delphia Press Mother of Inverifion Talk about nfieissity being the mother or iaventiOnS No such thing r assure jtou ACcident is the mother of hiTentiop to ninetyninp iasas out of a liUnt1LReuder Iagz4e- tA Rtide Little din Maidon Aut readingH In heaven there la ao vptwiylns pf giving in mar riage Small JWaj5lelt mfust seem IHce heaven to OI1bEreon rJ1 qoeeot it auntIe f go N Wsi WhaT is bred In the boze will never come out of the flesh Pilpay Commissioners Sale wl1alIiDtn Circuit Court Ky aLJJames 1lhiet V- W T castck ate flfditsrq- LIity By virtoe tit a lent IUld Order o sale of the Wathingtoii Circuit Court renterec1at Ihe May term 1907 in thc abo e styled cause for the sum o 94365 with lnterest t the rate of sixi per centum per annum from the 2nd day ofMay 1907 I ahalli proceed tOt offer for sale at the Coqrt House door 1tn Springfield Ky on J3d day of September 1907 at 2 oclodkHp m or dayIUpon a SIX twelve months the following described iprqperty towitKof aufii idiit thereof to produce the sums of money o or dered to he made A certain tract of Jand aituated in Washington county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a leaning ayc Chapunthence with thline of J P Woford and Chaplin River on the oppositesidej- of thence dawn said river south to the first big hollow thence down the- said hollow to Mrs Emma Neals line tiiciiuo wtyii iici iiuc to Chaplin River on the north thence down said river to the beginning containing pO more orJesis it being the same acresI conveyed to W T Comstock and Weekiey by deed from the Commissioner of tbThington Circuit Court which iej recorded in Oommisaioners the thepeed iHU ff U111UC of he Washington County Court Interest 94365j Estif lated Cost 7500 i vi 1L40 8 For the pUrcKase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bon bearing legal interest from date of ale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders wil be pre pared to comply promptly w th these Iterms 1 2Lq L1AGHMA1FM CW C C I IeSPECIAL I1 I I MidsummerSalelLace J WallPapr Ec-L C tS IJ 1i LHi1-N Ihisjsale we have reduced prices inll every department IIn and for the next three or fpur weeks you will be giynan opportunity to buy gOO SltvbrYI priced 1iI II H Days will riiaKe r 8 WHITE SHOES 1OW PATENT SHOES 1mteret owPrICef etcI TEXASL i JJW1fi3c of Laalie Pfrdomj1ozt- Z0tgnl Re Atkins preached au Excellent setm n at Sunday Jarge crowd was presentj H ral from here are atteningthej- iteeti g which is owin prpgress ti the Grove Mi Ati1dIdSpe week in ingfielri guest of Miss Edith MeCI n Mr J J6nson returned to his home in I ouisyllle after ar visit Peters n family J D PetersOli Misses Golden Peterson Lillian spent week relatives in Nelson county iMISS Hattie Whayne anti frIen l of Louis He are visiting Mr R E of place j Were glad report rietta Ieterson e0 Goode wife rif Louisville are visiting relatives At this place Joseph bought the farin to Purdom spentIr J 4 tt 11f itCJ f l Rari d ugIAministerqar wothL25 or worth 115 for 90ITapestry Carpets worth 1 Extra 1CottbnFull line of Ma tings Floor Oil Qloth I9x12 Rugs yorth 25 2U 9x12 Velvet Rugs worth 225O lb 912 Tapestry Rugswoith20L 17 Ifl9x12 Tapestry Rugs woith181450 IiROO1ll J Lace Were ove tock NottinghamCurtalns and are making iJLaeebunainSI t u f1 wOlith250190IBrownV Femine orth 1 50 If dvarein neecfof Late Curtains jibe let this opportunitrvipass doIlou t Wall Paper ii Irn oider tOct our tbekSof Paper dbwnwe will give pnethird WallIoff during sale t Fine Wall Paper worth worili25cforll64c 0 worth 20c Good Wall Paper worth f worth 12id lOcIworth oi v z worth 7ic or Cheap WallPaper Wotth 5c Borderandj to h and 3cIbeautiful Combinations in this lot iH IForThe snext Thirty j Hall LightWooIDressGOods ii I Whit Goods Wash Goods EtCiI1A1t on and TAN and OXFORD and 4iIand KID Call on us arid we I you in Yours tITr Cunningham IflHI Bethlehem last Ai Sev Hattie tlast Sp the LVI Mas to the Mrs and iWrrow last ith the formers parent and Mrs Whjifpe this to that MisijtHi convalescent Mr and Mrs Begley belonging Letlie Carpets VelsetCaieth for LineolieumsHnd AxmVnister GurtainL this 30c ror20C 1for12c15c for for 10c for mat we Special 1 + ett and family V Mr and Mrs Jacob C canpughiir and Jittle daughter spent ps rt 9jffst week wdthi their mother Mrs ncy Goja nougher v Prf George Cpiiner iasxiTimimqed lye school again aftei having ben closeaa week on account pf isleirg j4Jll I MrgV T1 a Peteteon andclildren have returned home af te r ja v itf91er paren ts at Simmstown round Atf l stI j J A Harmon of iLikeingre Wet Va says At last I lave found the perfect pill that never disappoints me tberslaftJicteQvithsay D Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25c at Haydon e Druggists Farmer as Bit zoologytheUl3e to the farmer arethe earthworm And the slug The reply of one pVhiuisiiig plupil read The earthworm is fuse to the farmer bec use he tnsectR incfmlnuteanimals Jbat are de structive to crops he ip also useful because heW can use himas bait when the fanner goes flshinl Jucle A t 4 rIj c Y c 1 I J i4llESPRIN41LDSUft ttEDNESDJYi SEPTEMBER 4 1907 t 5 4I 1 J T I i chool Da11 smII I GIRLS JtAND 8QYSScho- ol iI d8ysare about here again and we want tc FURNISH YOU W LTH YOUR SCHOOL CLOTHES We ale shov ing V largeassort merit of Dress dQods suitable for school wear4 uCpttqn Fabrics lOc t9i25 per yard In Dark colors suitable f nfa W 0 eril SS Goods extra good value at 50c per yard 36 inches wide 1hese ate new add ar j very cheap at the price We hive t few pieces of Dress Gpbdshl du ed front 50c to 35c V v 1F wt T COMPLETE STOCK iv it SOAPS 1 COMBSI I BRUSHES 4 TOWELS ETC y t l LINE OF BOYS AND iI SI t r t IIYOU Comfort Good Wear and Gdod Style Too jous You we atfsfactior i f H 1 = Ii 0 tt j a H RESIDENT DENTISTN Teeth Extracted With t out Pain v T OROWN WORK A SPECIALTY 1 All Dental Work Strictly Fir tI local News Notes t j ir Euriiirture departihentj is com aM up i tcr dat See ts before r i buyr II tiOST BRAC BLBT At the fair gounsI attir4ay a ternbon Roindformofa I ont faiito tda meeting of the brinty afternocn W lure Millin thelead forv Produce I jlyu have to Carnbpell s oic4The ladies of the 3pringr teld r s church will give a coUrt lay dinner to which all are invited the 4th MOE day m October r thsrne in the Farmers Home Insinv- Ihce CompatiyV the only company that 4ays its losses in full J N Wells eneralMn Junction City Ky A square deal and prompt delivery is u aim at ampbell J GbOs1OUpAlotofDtCk Jlats 1 Qpal1d Oc They orrierly sold at 11 7oc to 1ffP MRS WILLIAMS 4c4ffceis hereby given that the 5 peil pnl yohas b en added to glL gaid school ax for 19O7which mus9be Raid i Six y days from this d or a iix warraE t will be issued and placed the ban 3s of the sheriff for collec i G CWiiARTt N Secyr j doiil ha3e to go to Lebanon to v ybuir f rniture See Campbell and 1119ha n t what you want vill order tc ypU ifuBLiG SALB On satrdaYSePf 2 oclock I will offer for sale at p i1fat ucniin the meat refrigerator and tools used by Gilbert Carpenter IS nlrTR4 engaged in business here DKLLA CARPENTER r l 1 j r i1JLJS1fRECEIVED IiIr T i BOyS n Sco l Sijtsot ON WIi CII WE MAKING LOW PIU 1 THEY ARe CUT IN TilE LATEST STYLE IL 11 FULL 6IRIIfS Shoe ANDHos4ry writ Let Shoe guaranteed 11te Robertson Ciaybrooke 1 C1INc DrMBurtanJS SIACampbelis 1adlocietSaturday 4t The fourth and las quarterly meet for the conference yeaiyfor the ingfie1d charge v lube hld at the ethoist church VTonday land Tues day Sept 9 and 1Qj Rev S G Shelby presiding elder will i reach Monday and huesdanightsLords Supper will b administered the third Sunday in Septiraber i McElroy Shaderjaressle agents ini ringneld for Chase Sanbprns fa usblend of Coffee Tr free cup at Shultz McElroy sQoofcwg e chibi ion this week t J 1i ItCColumbia b ginhin Sept1 2Bishqpt H GMornsonlwjlit reside JRev G W hpon whoi e ving h1 secoid t year on the Spring field harggwill v ldjforSunday nIght Sept Is + Mrs William Caideis ofc Barda toiwn worthy Matr ri of Bethlehem Chapter order of th Eastern State Will be in SpjingfielcI1liursday Sept 12 for the purpose of orga iziilgar Chapter in SpringiEie 3 t Shev meet that night at-5he reeMence of miIter Masons st ex planatiori of the lqf1will be givem EJJT Y J I ForSfeM 1 I jvill unless sold pi ivatelyji on SATURDAY EPT 28 offer for sale ijo the hi chestbrdder the Hdlise and Lot onLeb non street known as the Leachman hor 15 An opportu 1itYto buy a nice home cheap Good Stable and grass lot f rj cow and horse Will gladly show pr spective buyers through hous at anj time For jhr ther particulars apply to or address WALTER E LEACHMAN 37G Springfield Ky T1rs f t IjL I1 TRNKS i 1 s rtC ES1 1TELESeOREjSr t kA05j g HHDBGs L It ARE E1 7 L I We are U w re rceiing Nelaif IGoodsdaiIyitiII 1 pay YOU to tr dhat 1 the BIG ST R 1i Ij LtL I LSlbOugha of A Or Bottoms Mrs Mary aheBi hhas returjied lieriMrs H nnOha le tis quite Ul at this writing re dIcw r Mr Jake Br wm is An he lit jit this writing Jr t SidMr Jesby FCker 1e NIr + EIVn BirCh an wife5e Mr Reuben E ttoin and wife v fckVl1elspentBusby Dr Simon tve iai tet of Louis I yule was hpre Saturdiiyl on buiBineae MrLaurenc Walker ought of1 Mrt 91rli Camdci1abro p orse Willie Chary b u thigjfather l8 head gf hogs tb t abUt 1pIA IiUmb fe young olksattend1q church at Tatham Siind Mr George j door II Mia Doira j Riley ca11eU t see tb isesflisbS 1MrsBirdiespertt kauurd y aic Sunday witll Mr Gqorg Wakar end If mug Several from ait und are attended cbnrchatBattlt Sunda Mr Joe Noel ittended lie Lawrence ibqrg fair and salted to se Mr A M 1 reU1f f Ftan opt Saved IJer Son lifI j The happiest mother in the little town of AvayIoi8 M S Ruppea She writes Qre3eqr aj my son wad ddwn with such serious lung trouble that our phy i lan was 11able to help him when by our drug lats advice I ViaJcoveryandment I this treatment for a few weeks when he was perfectly well r fic has w rk stadjly since at carpenter work DP Kings New Discov cry saved his life Gu ranteed best cough and cold cure by H ydon Rob ertson Druggist 50c nLOO Trial bottle free DUMINOCARD5Th household d game that combines anj excels both Cards and Dominps Canyaissers wanted tQ introduce in every corn init r Sam ple game and particularspc 3tpaid50ctte DOMINPCARDS ute au Ave St Louis M6 s 1 3 Gandcrbones Sept Forecast loU righted 1907ly C H keith J t j Thej old school bell is soon toring the ts all arise and fr03 Siwillwind jamb through tile peek aborUntutjored youth with tears of brine returrieth sadly to rthe mine and the new 5ehoolmaam prepares to whack slack the dboys where their pants areb a The football lets his hair nFallAnd the more athletic college cops The students with the largest mopiiS The moon will be full on the 21st and tie password tor the month will beSqak Standard Oil Everybody will luntl little harder for President Mr Bryans smoke willcontinue an in fceresHng spectacle Mr Roosevelt will drop ai wasp into the hip pocket of Mr Taft and that laggard will move up a couple jof places in the race Mr Fairbanks will continue to pass the grand stand ejvery seven seconds sucking butj termilkj with a nipple out of his pneumatic spirt front The war with Japan will sleep fretfully and Uncle Sam will sit by the cradle crooning soft lulla byes ahd giving paregoric vith a fun- S The 01hing county fair is billed big prize hog is corned and swilled prizeIsthe family mare to win the pot S training for the county trot The utumnal equinox will come inn time oil the 24thland Mr Harriman will ab orb falls to use in floa ing stocks for development of our gr at natural resources The Standar Oil Company will place a twentyyear 4 per cent Mortgage upon the earth and will pay the 29400000 fine imposed by Judge Landis Sen ator Beveridge Will end his honeymoon abroad and returh to the afl irs of the Republic which will restore that feel ting of security The summer girlrolnal1tic thing willl homeward come upon the wing and show ier neighbors for a week where some man bit her on the cheek The freckles on her arms and legs resemble those on turkey eggs and the neighborhood will bet ten pet the men were only joshing her The lucky wives of millidnaires Will put up jam and pickle arS But the most of us deniedtl1eseboOns1 Will pass the winter full o prunes Some redhot sealingwak alack will fly down Nancys tender lack exploring i where the flesh is baije and three shrill screams will pierce the air The men a washing on the pump will hasten t thither on the jump but Nancy mid the fruit oerturned will not di1 vulge where she is burned President Roosevelt fresh from Oy ptocrj itason Turnips to tbbsT Whit chick trousers wtrun to n ligrata A comet WIll tandsm the northeast k t Thevjeatrana pohtidnswiU lecbine very agreeable Nature which haiup been in th i nude for the outdoor Dimmer painting season will put on a Uuil goesaIneind the Corn Union will promulgate a Huskersjl fsenle by which they wiii get aid the farmer t Qhus the Y86nsat9dY aie loose KPp withwalnut juic The cider swollen apples drip the pig squeals f ra morninf nip rAnd the bl11y goa AA1nmeheered cool winds fi ohc with his beard Summer excursiobittsWill cooiel hoine iu a chai r ca With their skull raa6 full of etrbon mjtUi e Stale full of braided w add the saw tooth Ahair back embossing the naaie 01 the railroad on their 9Jnee The IBi Dipper will appear in a he yens e d wnich wIIl encouri e Ptphibitapii to rqaume Bis war paint ndthe booze diijath Johnj Bwrfejeorn will etA to hiS with V Booker tint under ttodl e es and hikpantom and the Kent CkY Colonel will toes icHib mint JMid while Carrie Nati aTii a night mare throngh the WjdQW of his bofr Th cotton neids with bojand isnAi b Bkonihg to dusky Ma v Awl soon from cotton e4 t w lFboi1 The pti e imported oKv oil The eks be arf theayel in3ej temberdut bftOor Dq wm then Yeatls Lay They tUtftlnab lciase t iit families spStijawn at tle seashore ftlntidsrabio a3qpesae while thee m pfejaa poker toaiato with even mote eotp isai his left the Gre kCJbadIY1 the hole and the only ways they could get out was tOhttV5g thQnewyear begin September 1st and Bwear off drinking and smok ing at that time This enabled tbem to aave in Septombai what we save in January and was a niush batter plan than ours 1 Chea Up cheer up the trimmers oer the piping quail is up at 4 September sweet is on the job and the green corn ripens on the cob October crisp will soon be hereSWith sottlylalling leaf andsere With frosty morn and hunters moon And pumpkin pie notyetbut soon Subsiribe IorTheSunh0O Wr Subscribe for The Sun 100 rear Subscribe for The Sun i 1 00 yea I 5Sj t rairiiop c1 tr t f IOno of the most enjoyable dances evetj g1en i Sprilgfield waS the Fair HopWhich ih young men of town gave t n honor of the visitors last Friday y1 ight The ancelwas held jit tlief a Opera Rouse while the music was fur nished by Sax tons orchestra and as isL always the case was delightful The ffall was niade especially attractive y the number of attractive girl mt attendance The dancing begsnab ut ine oIock ndere the last strains ofCHome Sweet Home had died asayhFriday evening had given aviayto urday morning Amorig those present find dancing were Messrs and Mesdames Th o Campbell Dalid Litsey W T Lea h man Colerran of Lebanon Mis es Lydia McElroV Elise Durrett Bes icK tfildIvAteenon Thurman of Danville Booker pfj 11andand Hood W D tbrookeFrank WillettjRich and Lewis Kellyr Willand dcChqrd Marshall Dun Iryine1McElroy Allen arid Harvey McEiroy Roy Mont gomery Hop Brewer Logan Bosley of Lebanon R H Edelen and Harold Hurst of ardS own J L gTheat fhc Opera House All This Week The famous epewBurdette Stock Co which is playing to crowded houses 1j esIeyernumbers 20 people headed by Amerir cas favorite omedian Depew Miss annie Sampson Depew is also an dId favprite here Their opening play tor Monday night was that beautiful melodrama of life in the Virginiasr play of great hearts in t rest and dram tic situations Thomas E Depew kept the audience con vulsed with laughter in his famous character Ros Bolter whileMissIDepew was a closo second as The great Bunkerr Americas premier electric dancer wearing a dress jof 1000 yards of silk The Parisian Kaletescope showing the latest modI1 ern pictures featuring theThaw White tragedy and Baby Luella Pullen the child Patti furnished the Vaudeville facts The DepewB rdette Co will present that grand old play Thursday to night Rip van Winkle 1the play- tHat willlive forever The staging and costumes will be historically correct t angno amount f money has been I spared to niake this their feature playIS How to Remain Young To continue hung m health and1 strength do as F Rowan Mcj Donoijgh Ga did She says Three bottle of Electri4 Bitteils cured me jl chronic liver and stomach trouble cor- nplidatd With such In unhealthy condoij ton of the blood that my skin red as flannel T am now practically 20 r years younger than before I took Elec i riC I cap now do aU my with ease and assist in my workI store Guaranteed at Hayf 1i erl ons Drug Sto ePrice 50c iAuthorized biy Shakespeare BPe re ha slxV for sixthj forLj Uie tiree parts o r Henry the Slit certainly wrote TbaLife of and7c FlttSlthe old edition And itworthy of notice t and siextat are the An gioSaon forms fProf Skeflt iri Na tlonal Review L j1I1 II 1Publi t Sale I qI S ckflorfesMules H =SfTURDA SEPT 14 On the above dat at my place be tween Springfield and Mackillesbbmiles frfm Springfie ld I public sjale the folio ing i Two bVy mares in foal by Jacks one suckling mule colt one filly marecolt- one twii horse wag n and harness one Jersey cow two sows and pigs two Bstacksof hay breaking plows double harInKitchen furniture a new Organ and a Cane Mill Evaporaei Term made known on day of sale Sale tjo begin at 1 pin J b SUTTON S M CAMPBELL uctione- erSSLSIS1SsSSS1SIS1SSS4J Ui1 1 f q pn nqp i PersonalN1tbsl Ifr Visitors n and0uttoFrhwQIA ROlndJJpofth Week Personal wsS prin pnh i Qtrj t7 I t Miss Sue Ray is visit ni frfflh Blqomfield rsfJ h Mrs Peter Mter a visit ste s Robertson has reteinjg f ijbev ome in Dallas Texas I Mrs D a filuBlroy Mist balu t McElroy Mrs W C cCh aland Miss Annie McChord Sate rthrnd from Tatham Springs Vs Misses Nellie Simms and Eueshh iiott left Monday for Ifozoretfe ybje f will attend school jMrs Booker Sansburyifoj ftoQiF ille is the guest of relatives is 4 Mrs Mimms andMrsJ B It Bards are spending this week ifcTat am Mrs Bryan of Columbus ia af er a visit toiMiss Fannie W 1E hRs returned home j Rev P J1 Hennessy wzisit j BYeu ericktown TuesdayjMrs Matt Mayes entertained a j numberdf herriends Tuesday aveniDjg jSat Flinch L LebanhMrs Molohon of and Miss McGoffin of California eif guestsQMrfT J Conway lasttwel T cIvliss Madge Graves left Mpndffi for Midway to attend school r Mr Wallace Duncan left Tuesday or State College at Lexington Miss Fannie Wall is the guest of friends in Louisville attendI f Ischoolat Bowling Green this year GDDuncan 15m CincinnatiS buying fall goods Mrs W W Ray spent a fev days with friends in Lebanon Mr George Browning has returned to his home in Owensboro alter a visit to relatives here S tfiJIv City after a visit to his parents Mr arid Mrs A C McElroy v r Mr Alex Jenkins of Cincinnati ia t the guest of friends here r irs J G Harmon is yery lowf typhoid fetrerather home at Mackyille r Mrs Lavina Wesley whose serious illness was mentioned in the last issue The Sun remains in aFriticaloon5 ditiori at her home atMac t JudgeW E Selecman and RevjW H Williams are attending the Bapj tist Association in Marion county y Mlt Ben Medley of Owensboro is visiting his parents Mr and MrsiG E Medley of thisplace i IM1sses Katie Wakefield and Laura Shehan visited Mrs Lev Brown last w ekIDr Charlie Edelen of Lomsville spent several days here last week Mr1t S Mattingly 6t Louisville was here last week on business Mr LA Blanford of LouisAJille- spenfc t Thursday md Friday with friends and relatives here t LMr Jim Montgomery of Lout viUtp Attended the fair here last week Mr Alex Barber and Misaes Marivr Louis and Piety Barber have returjae from b two weeks r4iL to relative Cirktille Tenn I Mjas Lula Sv alingtol1 ofMt WaBhington after a vis tto Mrs J H j McClure has refcurned home Mss Sallie Popd ofclDuisvill4 u the gt eat of her mother at this plac IL M ss Mary Hundlfeyafter as4v- eral stay with Miss Elizafc tl Itenckm an has returned toiler h9xEIKy j Rod VhartOHof Louisvillr t last week with ills parents Mr and Mrs J L Wharton rMxs E S Mayes Sr is visiting he slaughter Mrs Tohnr Ma on oj Lebanon r Lis Ben Simms fis viRibing reia ttv as trI BardstoWii Mrs Katherine Neale and daugh ter Miss Elizabeth of Louisville haye returned home after a visit olfrt1 and Mrs Rod Neale J JfMr Busch VahArscfale of Harr rodsburg vas the guestfof iiends hereV lastyEefr Mr Manuel Mudd or Louisvhfes after spending last week with rf31a ltfll here has retmrned homej SI Miss Louise McElroy has returned to her home in Lebanon after a visft fto Miss Elearior Duncan Miss KatherIne Spalding of lbauonspentaturdayand Sunday ith Miss Bertha aydon Mr and Mrs Will And and littie daughter who have been visiting Mrs Auds parents Mr and Mrs J Janes leaye today for Bardatownl where they will remain for a few days before returning to bhel r Bom e in Lou tisrihle h Lic 0u i O c b 3 19 dJ r I L 4 I THE SPRHSdFIE iD SUM EDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 907 i jt T + SALEr r r LLI t t I ot i jftt i tI 12 F IL 11 t F i Iw r1 r j l I iiI VEistits t t + lz iL f= r t r i i ix1 t I l tHlAr iL H jti 1 Vf J It flt oON tfi ii i + f 1iI t tlt 7S etib r Q7i l J On I n Thuirman3 Farm in the Edge of Springfield Ky we ij will offer for sale to the highest bidder the following Live Stock 0 r LIST OF LITi3k It t t ljj t j JJd t z 6 Regist red Angus Bull Galves1 6 pefi istefecl Angus ws Some of them with Calves at foot jf lOt Head Horses nicelyt t f Ji bred aridi good indiyid uals Some of them Yearling and tvmyear t old Fillies by hes nut Dire two ihorpughbred Fillies one of thejii a 2y aroldj by Lissack and theL i other a yearling py Imported Ruskin both of them outof Bell Black1a Blackburn Iewill also s el 1 SomerYworK Mules and rF Mule Colts and a few CI T no ro ug nbred DurQcrJersey Hogs l cii iiJ t 1f1 r ALSO AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE WILLi0 IBESOLD A LOT oMjENNETTS SOME tof THEM iI JACK SCOOTS AT FOOT THE P OP j t OF THE LATE R H McELROY THERE IlTYIt itg ABOUT 8 OF THESE JENNETTS SQM jof THEM r r AbEVERY FINE ONES i I d Jf IJ I- J I 1 i 211i j IJ a t i I i Ywv V 1Wi11 ituneh will be served iai ll3Oa m rid the l g nprompfly tl 30 p M p t TERMS OF SALEs25 and tender Cash aver 25 note with aproledsej i purity payable in either bank Six Months after date interest from date1 K J row Thurman J yhA w1FV r JT D ENGLISH Auctioneers 1 H r Ii l I I JJ i j h 1 H ywwI 1r t I j i f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1907 L j r 7 The Lion and rheMouse- d Continued from Page 3I Trading Company Jefferson took tile bullbYlhe horns and boldly accosted redoubtable parent 1 lmve a few minutes of y our time father T flydesen1or1id aside the paper he was reading anfl looked up it was unusual for his son to come to him on nny ierjrand and he liked to encjour- nge itI Cert Teffe son What is it I Trcintto appeal to you sIr I want you to use your it is too late to save re A word fipm you a uler do wonders tri infiuenCCbefOi The financier in his chair the smile ed put of his facer and was as tieaepflBu coldly todtSCllS thought we had agreed not vTudge Rossmore anyfnr- tlier I cad t help it sir rejoinecl Jeffer son undeterred by his sires hostile at titude i That poor old man is prac tically ejn trial foihiIife llllUuninnocent of wrongdoing as born and you know it Y6u cqujd ave him If yOu would Jefferson answered Ryder senioiv biting his lip to restrain his impatience I told you before thai I could jnqt In terfere even if Iiyould1 arid I wont becausejtbat man is my ejieHSyT Im portant business interests which you cannot possibly know anything about demand IllS dismisal from bench Surely your business interests d6nt demand the sacrifice oia mans life retorted j Jefferson t knoW modern business methods are none tob squeara sh but I should think oun draw the line at deliberate murder Ryder sprang to his feet and for a moment stood glaring at the young inan His ups moved but no sqund came frQm them Suppressed wrath rendered him speechless What was the world coming to whCu a son could talk to hif father in this manner How dare you presume to judge my actions 6r to criticise my methods he burst out filially You force me to do so answered jefferson hotly I want to tefl you that I am heartily ashamed of this twhole affair and your connection with it and since you refuse to make rep aration in the only way possible for the Wrong YOU and your associates ImvedonO Judge Rbssmorethat is by saving him in the senate I think it only fair to warn ypu that I take back my Nvprd in regard to not marrying without ybi consent I want you to o kn wthllt I intend to marry Miss Ross more as son as she will consent to be come nit wife tiiat is he added with bitterness if I cansucceed in over coming her prejudices againstInffnm ily I Ryder enior laughed contemptu OUSly r PrejudlccsagaInsta thousand mil lion dollar he exclaimed skeptically Yes replied Jefferson decisively prejudice against bur family against you and your business practices Money is tint everything One day you will find that out 1 tell you definitely that I intqnd to make Miss Rossmore my wifei Ryder Senior made no reply qnd as Jefferson had Expected an explosion thi ynnaiural calm rather startled him He was sorry he had spoken so harshly Ifc was his father af tef all You ye forced me to defy yotv father he aftded Im sorry Ryder senior shrugged his shoulders and tesunijhlsseat ile lit another clg4 and With affected carelessness he fiaid t All right Jeff my boy well let if go at that Youre sorry so am I Youve shown ine your cards Fll show you mine His composed unruffled iramier ofthe JJTowdarc you presume to judqc my tc tlonsr- tnafwas raging within He leaned across the desk his face convulsed with uncontrollable passion a terrifjv Ing picture of human wrath Shaking Ills fist at his son hd shouted JVlien I get through with judge Rossmore at Washington Ill start after his daughter This time tomorV i row hell be a disgraced man A weel later she will be a notorious woman Then well see if youll be so ager to many her Father cried Jefferson VThere is Sure to be jsomethln in her life that wont bemr inspection r cyerh4 oun4 Jo one knOws where Iie st not even heri ownS mother Somethui t i i l is wrongutbe gi ISnd good Jeffeisopstart id forward as if to resent thtise lust Its woman tie loved bit rear Sing that it pwu fatiir bfe short dD- aJiiSIhandsfefthit nil inquired jllyfler senior with a sri HrmfgoingGoodby ans vered his fathtr iilHJ differc utly Le ve your addressl with your i iother Jefferson left he room and Ryder senior as if eixlu usted by the violence of his own outbjirst sank back in list chair Te cjtfsiS lie drcnded had come at last His son had openly defied bis author ty ansi was going to fIeimustmarriage musCno take place but whit t could lie d 5J Tb boyfw s of age aiidj legally his own 1 lUster Hej could nothing to restra ii hi actiit us unjesS they put him in a i ins iieaityluiij Ho herlmurecently there wus akimid knock at the library doer Rydeilrose from his seat and we it to see who was IissIGreeutMay 1 come in I asked Shirley Jfi Certainly bj all means Sit Hlowu Redrew uf a chair for he4 and his mjauuer was so cTi dial that it pvas easj to see she was a elc6me visitor a1lowtremuloii ejbeenand as 1 shall be hi ae emly a short time longer 11 want to sk you a great fa vor perhaps the i greatest you were ever asked I wsint to ask you for mercy for mercy ott She stopped and glanced nervously at him but she sav he was paying notI attention to what s he was suiting was iu1in ellIIqtireiy preoccupiee with1is own thoughts TIer sudden silence arousedt himHe apologize 1 Oh excuse ihe Jl didnt quite catch what you were saying She said nothing wondering what had happened to re ider him so absentminded lie itrd he iquestion inheri fact for turning xward her he ex claimed For the first tin e in my life Iain face to face with d featdefeat of the indIncapa9ltyinability fairs I can rule aj government but Ii cant managd my own family my own son Im a failure I Tell me he add ed appealing to her why cant I rulemy own hous hold why cant I gQVerrf my Sown chi d WJly cant you jgoyern Yourself saldS1rley quietly Rytfer looked keenly ather for a moJ ment without answering her question then as If prompted byn sudden Inspiration he said You can help me but not by preach liig at me This is tlie firsttime in my lIre I ever called or a living soul for help Im only accus ofned to deal with men This time there s a iyaman In the Jbase and I need you womans wit How can I help you 1 asked Shirley t I dont know e answered with suppressed excitemej t HAs r told you I am up against a bunk wall T cant see my way He g ive a nervous lit tie laugh and went n Im ashamed of myself ashamed Did you ever read the fable ofe Lion and the gnawwIthcords which bind the son of John Bur kett Ryder to this Rossmore woman I want you to be the xiouse to set me free 9f this disgraceful entanglement How asked Shii ey calmly Ah thats just it how he replied Cant you think y ure a woman you have youth beajty bra stopped and eyed he clojely ntUsbeIreddened from thee b tiny Thenhe blurted outl By g Marry him yourself fore him to let go tOfthls other wo nan Why not Come what do you si 3 1 This unexpected jugjestion canie upon Shirley with a Ieorce of a violent shock She mni ediately saw the falsene of herp siti n This man was asking for her miid for his son under the impression tha she was another woman It wo ild be tlishonora eceptionlnylonger ffice to conceal her cc nfusion VYou you must g yei me time to think she stammered Suppose 1 dont love your son I should wants something something toc compensate Somethh to corn ens te echoed RYd rsurrlsed ant ajittie discon certed fht the boy will inherit millions t ont I nol o Y many u ono not money rejoined Shir leyItMonuy only ccmpcnsates those who love money Irs spfiiiTthiug olso a mans ho or a man 3 lifeJ It means nothing ta ynut He grtcrd atrheiv not understanding Full of his own project he had minfl for nodung else Ig terlng therefore the question of coinjipjisatron what eyc she might menD by that he con tinned I You can win hint If you- make up your mind to A worn m with re4 sources can bjind hltl toany othprl tf he Ji dge to sn1ore rdaughter oliJetted Sl rley- Vlts for you to mnak him forget her aiid you can replied t ie financier con fidently Myi desire is to separate anYjicrested on her lcnully Do you know I sliould be glad to thiukj you wont have ito leave us Mrs er has taken a faiiqy t65ou and I m rself sbaill miss you when you go You ask Inc to be our son s wi e and you know nothing qf my iltmily said Shirley f Iknow yooi Thabii suft1iciet I replied No no you d nt returned Shirley lno190 yoii know Jourlsou He has chafncterprinciple thaii you have r So much the lelltel im victory frl YOU he answet d good hunredly r Ah she salt reproi chfully yo do not love your son 1II do love him replied Ryder Yar IYIts because I love him that Im such a fool Jn this utattc r Dont you see that if he mr riles thi giil it would jIdonttwuntiieito iny house it wotilfc make me tile law l ng stock f all rAr friends and t business associates Chue will you join forces with neT Shirley slloQk li er head a was about- to reply wlleu tie tpleph rte bell rang Ryder took ijp t lereceyv ir and spoke to the butler do vnstails Whos that Judge Stott Tel him Pin topbusy to se anSr one Whats tliatI mans I fe at stake j Whats that to do wltf me Te hIinrcOn hearing S torts na me Shirley nearly betrayed hersqlf She turned pale and half started up fr m her chair Something serious must ha ve happened to bring her fat ers legal adviser to the Ryder resid nee at snch an hourl fShe thought he was In ashingtqn it be that the procet dings in the senate were fled and the result iIIomi heco1d hfrr couceiil her anxiety tllnlinslnctivcly sJie placed her hand oil Ryd rsarmrNo Mr Rydei do see udge Stptt You must see him I kno Who lie is Your son has told me Jidge Stott is one of Judge ROJJJ mores at visers See him You may find out something about the girl You vai y find out vhere she is If Jefferso n finds out you have refused to see ier Lathers friend at such a critical time it will only make him sympathize more deep ly with the Ross nores all you know sympathy is akin to love Chats what you want to avoid isnt it Ryder still hele the tele hone hegi tatingwhat to 10 Whi t she said Sounded like goo l sense e Lvpoh my word he raid You may be right albd yet Ani I to help ou or no 1 dethaud ed Shirley Yoi i said you wanted n womans wit Yess said Rye erfbut still Then you had better sec hiria she said emphatically Ryder turned tc the telep ione I Hello Jprkins areyou ti fere Show Judge Stott up hore He iaidHlie re ceiver down and turned again to Slur ley Thats onfe thing I dont like about you he said I al ow you to decide against mandtl1 in I agre with you She said nothl ag and he went on looking at her admiringly I predict that youll bring tiat boy to your feet within la mont I dont know why but Ispem to f sel that he is attracted to you already fiThank heaven You havent a lot of trouble some relations Ithink you said you were almost alone in the wojrleL Dont look so serious he added laughing Jeff Is u fine fellow and believe me an excellent catch as the world goes Shirley raised hei hand as if entreat ing him to desist Oh dontdontplease My posh ttoii is so false You dont know how false it lsfslic cried At that instant the library door was t biro wn open and the butler appeared ushering in Stott The awyer looked dnxious and his dishe relejd appear dIreCtfromface narrowly in the hope that she might read there what had Ihappened lie walked right past her giving nd kign of recognition and advanced direct toward Ryder who had risen and remained standing at his desk yenturedIan to hear the news from Washington No said Ryder euickly Judged Stott will detain me but a very few moments Having delivered himself of this del icate hint bcioked1towaid his Visitor ins if the point as rapidly ns possible I must apologize f for Intruding at this unseemly hour sir sId Stott but time is precious The senate meets tomorrow to vote if anything is to be done for Judge Rossmore it must be done tonightj I fail to see why you address yourself to Ale in this matter sir replied Ryder with asperity As Judge llossmores fr end and bounseV answered Stott ama iih- ipelled to ask your help at th p critical jtuoiuent lie matter Is in the luau sqf the United States senate sir replied Ry ider coldly lSt9ttNotout any hopj for hhii If he i convict ftd it will menu his lentil Inch by Inch his life Is lavIng him hqonly thing that can save him s the good news of tbe senates refusal t mull him guilty i t I Stott was talKimj so exe Tfdlf and loudly tnat neither he nor Rytlcr heard jthe lo moim that came troiii the corner of the rpom where Shirley was staneling listening VI can do nothing repeated Ryder btIthatIa so Tweut on discournjedt Cbnt rue n 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dailyLouisvilleHefrald one 325tThe Sun and the Louisville Evening JP st one year L 4 eV L 4SsfSISuSiSiS p SsIIVSsSSSSSSVSSS j BDLAKEVS J 1 BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE It goodBarn15 peracre v j No 37O acres 6milis frOnt Springfield good dwUlingJood t baccobarn plenty tobacco landg odwa rc1ose to school house and church Price 40 per acre IIJ t No4 255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre r No s167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timberI I pethaltI1j1ileacre 0 09 p5 acres nine niles from Sjnngfield 20 acres timber tvohousesone barn thatrill hold cres tobacco well fenced goodtlarge dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acreINo 16196 acres 7 miles from Sp ngfield on goad pike one 7 r inluehNo18i4 acres 10 miles from S rinkndld one good six roomIdwelling on gojod pike 3J miles from iepot one mile from school bottotplapdNo 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room oellmg two tobacco barns will holdi 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses tsvo wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all ils ffruitJIDrge anejl ice hOuse carriage house all 50 20250 acres nine miles fJom Springfield good dwelling Itwq good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75acrestitimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you vant a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price r No 23i39 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold i5Vtacres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 pdr acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobAcco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house Hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of botitorn land fence in good repair Pric 6Q per acre f No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 roorn dwelling good cellar cistern at barn fine sto barnI50x60 ftunder pininglaye8in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corp in this yearV No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road tmile from pike plenty of good tobacco landwell fenced Price 30 prVacre easy payments j II NO 33231 acres in Nelson oui Stonerpike 6 miles from ardstown6 miles from Bloomfield room dwelling fines oc k barn cistern at barn loft that yil1 hold 20 tons of hay smallibarn 36x40 ft70 acres in timothy anci clover 40 acres in corn all paintedIone omes coun Pribe 60 per acre All limestone land ItfNo 34225 aires m the edge 9fSptingfield fine lapels well and watered one of the best lo ations in Washington comi i ty for a home Cheap r T No 35225 acres fine landViii the edge of SpringfielcL Will spll as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered PlentSo grass Cheap y t No 36House and lot Seven room dwelling bath room 7O x 210 Stable coal house ad cellar ugand hen OnetWater in house and yard Hot a id cold w ter all over house o best neighborhoods town 3000 INo 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike IFarm igood grass good six room dwelling fine stock barn Well fenced Plenty stock wate 35 per acre 7 0 barnIwater both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7i t Imiles from prmg fie l j ose school and church Price 30per II- No 40FIfty acres fojir r om dwelling well fenced andiwatered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fineVveii in yar 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran iiew dwelling builtthis year good cellar ana cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruif one ten seventyfiven1UlesBThreequarters of a mile from slchool and church Price 45 perJacre easy paymentINo 45164 acres one and onehilf mile from Springlield good small dwelling small tenant hoise good barn 36 x 36well Iwatered plenty of locust posts fri e 300 acre ofIw land good fence price 3750 per iacrj No 4776 acres 8 miles from Sp ingijeld 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small Stable some timber plenty of tobacco land j 18 acres of clover price 2000 No 49 A farm containing 254 a res eight mils from Spring Reid on good pike 8 room dwellin j seven acre tobacco barnI locustIper acre tVNo 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 Own dwelling 5 acre tobacco barrt lenty tobacco land and locust good orchard good fence fin water close to School two nils from a depot 50 per acre jIyGood five roomdwelling burn will hold tWentyISye acres of obacco All ih grass 6rchrc School J mires No waste an on farm On rural route Prjic j 47 per acre o53 A good investment in city property on Main street iS 054 Town Lots on Grundy an Coy ngton avenuesI1 b 552QO acres 4 miles fromSf ringfield 9 room dwellingSiobicco Barn holds 12 acreaf tobacco plenty grass Farm sit i at jel in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best Ifar ns incounty Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre Mo 56265acres 3 miles from S ringfield 1 mile from pike co e to church and school 8 rOom dwelling good tobacco barn I ev stock barn Price 40 pr acre pikeIri om acre n acres plenty locust posts well watered anc fenced Price 31 per acre t Iso 59133 acres 8 miles from S ringfield 5 room dwelling 8 ru tobacco barn good stable and meat Blouse milk house fine chard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to schoor and church I 1te 30 per acre J0330Np acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of ffurt plenty gf locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass p eJ ty of land Price 15 pOO eN fi1125 acres 8 miles fro Springfield 20 acres of vIrgin- S ii 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barr stable corncribs ai id buggy hous old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land No 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock biri some tiniberi all in grass well watered Close to school hurch Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acreI l Iaid D Lake Springfield p lelelII 4epII r 0 T Y Y- wI l io7 4 0 T r 1j i j 8 tI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 t r u J LisofPreniiumwajds 1t pagei i c f Grapes Mrs c D Robertson t ncordGrap f Mrs Fred r tlyesSeedling Grapes Mrs 9lJI etDawson1n Grapes Mrs B L Lits y Martha Grapes Mrs 1C TJ Rbbeit isbn V nDelawara Grapes Mrs PC GWMc Elroy t shapes any variety M rsl th Me c Efroy fm t Musknlelon 1 A Gni idj rjBestq Butter Mrs Jim Webb l- I4ghtBread Mrs J K MsBMr rFruit Cake Mrs P G MqElKiy White Lady ICake Mrs GOD R b4rI I son v- j White Snonjgv Gakf Mrs i r Johnson t Angel Food ake Mrs H 4rt ChordIj i Cocoanut Caks Mik G bjttcert I t SOPJ V I Chocolate Cake Miss ReeijnaJ Young j lCornCheese Mrs John Kelly Soda Biscuit Mrs C B Johiisoij 1 Beaten Biscuit MIS Lucy Lisle 0 Candy Mrs CB JohnSontj Best Ram Mrs J Bs5t Mutton tMrg T J0jyan fanned Peaches Mrs ord rCuc thIr pjckiirrs Will John sona Chow Chow Mrs JoIn ICelly Grape Wine Spalding Crementf Blackberry Wine Miss Andersen 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laxative should MOtflrencured her c stlratfonnnd stomach trouble and isbutopetodayto the day tnat ypu start the use of Dr Cald wells Syro Pepsin Your druggist will sell a bottle nde our absolute guarantee FREE wishing to try Dr Cald Syrup Pepsin beforQ buy Ing can have sent to their home by addressing th offer Js to prove that the remedy will 1STThose Is only open to those who have for it If you have any symptoms of bowel disease Gentlest yet most children women and old folks home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT No Laxative So Good and Sure as DR CALDWELL SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee No 17 WashIngton C PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwoll Bldg Monticello Ill- RED CROSS DRUG STORE tf jTS I A Piano Placed SIZLYt112m tITrial H II jF YOU intend woiild be dollars in your pocket to get in cont sf ond ence vitij u yBeing heji keSdersAn the Sonthyldnd buying them in laYloacl Itlots enabje n tjfy quote prices on Plaiios L1a ei Pianos and Piino P1a ers that will qtifcklV t mcJl1e 1SL skeptical thai Fe 4i do all wiif gwen the opptitunit Out lint tconsists df tjie folk v jng worldiaaaonfe II toakesj aA 1 t + IS = hS1 PIANOS IPRICE 178 Vp ll iLA YER PIANOS 500 UPJ t PIANO PLA YERSI PRICE 2SO EontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville K r Kindly send the full particularsby return mail hw1 you will place a pi no in my home on trial J V Name i J Addressr j l MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC t INCORPORATED I 628630 Fourth Avenue LouisvilleKy 4ws SSSSSIISlSst Marc aVAi mule colt W A Clark Bro first Joe Wilkerson second Best pair of mules McM kin Tucker first Humphrey Milton se ond JI Special premium by LD Baker colt sired by Bill Goebel Boja Ray premium f Best saddle stallion mare or gelding VM Hughes first W T Smitlp sec ond Isom Bros third HARNESS PURPOSES Aged stallion L D Baker first J B Peters second Stallion three gears old L D Baker 1lrst J B Peters second Stallion two years old Charlie Blan ton first W M Hughes second StalHon one year old Wni Nichols first H F Litsey second Stallion under one year old B J3 Leachman first JJ Yowell second Best colt sired by Sunshine special premium by L D BitkerTom Sim ms jr premium Sherman Martin second Pair of Shetland mares or geldings RayThurman Best turnoutdouble teaml C James first Frank Peters second Best Roadster stallion mare or gelding L D Baker first 1C James sec onft and tnird combined ring mare or gelding W T mith first W MHughssecond Eouble team 1C James first and third L D Baker secpnd Saddle ring five gaits W M Hughes first Wm Nichols se iojid t SPARROW Tobacco is looking well and It nothing happens to it it will be the finest crop grown in this vicinity for several years IGHis has about completed the Fair Mount IRev W S Maxwell of Chaplin at P ices Chapel last Thursday night in beaU of local option j Rev E Baker ofJackson Tenn delivered a splendid lecture to a r large and appreciative audience at veryI Mount Jast Sunday afternoon A great r any from tins vicinity at tended the sialle of JTH Cheathanrnear Chaplin lasti Wednesday B B Yom of BJandinsville Ill visited friends and relatives in this community last week L C JenKins and ffatally were called to Kirkland ast the jll ness and de th of h ism other who died last Thiirsdakr Thos Smith is on the sick list Mrs J OI Webb who hasjt een ser ioslyill folr the past fewdayc is iJn rovmg y Miss Vady Martin spent last Thurs Cammackjat co II Wanted a Better One Pnti9nthen youre ill doctor do Lyon trqnt yotu r call iii ono of niy 11Th n cant I call In one of thClU1 tutu cured you Kurger Carefulj fender on thc- lfrQntotjm rllnabQutH SdjyoJi wont run over some one u rIo ic IN ENGLAND The Difference Between the Barrister and the Solicitor1 The barrister In England Js the very salt of the earth He it Iii who makes the lawd who gOCSiuto parliament who sits on t111 bench who considers himself seven eight degrees higher up in Jthe sociallscale than anv other poor or mortal and witly all this he has absolutely no rdsponyi bility toward his clients That anntm- uch abused tling called oustIn thIs country huV created for the law two separate and distinct linibs which may be compare 1 in a rneasure1to the life of the bee is and the other tbo qu The dranelis the solicitor who sit an office wjorking lOneup a case clients drawing gills controlling triHisiiqtions and controlling the of people who are unfdrtuuute Enough to be saddled under the trust deeds The solicitor who has hiS own tradition to work out does not ever Hlto himself any glory whatever Except in aud coun tycOurteases he Wpersona non ijratn or in the words of the judges yhe is not seen If he lUsa casej on hand he is obliged totrtke it to a barrister iwho though he may never hdve iieard of the matter in dispute before dons hiS 1ig nnQ 011 proceeds ipto court and argues till all is bliirck and as if he knew all alWit it for blueI draws a most prodigious fee Jui to enable him to nicely borfllngIffor redress because the barrister is merely a geittlejnau whom fiction Ilely assumes tob1a friend in POII All the onus falls upod the ariirterns th4Mrimeof foolish people Dring their trust deeds their stock certificates heirI government bonds and all such Islwhneed money find It impossible to re sist the desire to la ie that which Is- hOtthe1rsLo ldouL ttertin Town and Cjouritry L BROIL G 101 Ir t1Ic fire should be ioh9 spriiikle snIt over it = Birds and thpr things whicli njced to be halved should oe broliexl inside first j Always grease the gridiron well and- have ij hot before the meat is placed ou it T Never put your fork in the cn uPh of moat on the gridircn as it rtI the juice to escape Fish should be guttered and kled vith flour which 4111 prevent the skin from ndheriug to the gridiron ltcmelriUor that a hot clear fire is necessary for brO arti cbs They should lingrIismnll to be cooked evenly ppvor the pI Iron wlthu tin pan or abakiiig pan Tho sooner the meat cooked without burning the IsI The iinti holds the heat kind often r vents d stray liiio of smoke from touching the ineat Philadelphia Ledg er Subscribe tor The Sun LQO yeas Qubscribe for The nl5100 year i Ghickering Sons Decker Sj Sons Haines Bros S4erlingiSchuber Arm Ii atjsbng Marshall Weodell Foster t o O SohmeiCediliah IFarrand eciliah and the A1 i r toIill J The C plaeithat cnii beat tached toany mkketpiano Vr fl1 f r ihprdertp d monstrate tcfyori that lwe haye the right Pianos at the right t price we will place a piano in your home on trial and ifyou are not sat ifiedwith itwe will take itout and the trial will not cost you d pentj CO Wednesayby LAWYERS Kentucky hair Dates Monticello Sept IP4 days Hodgenyille Sept 103 days Glasgow Sept 114 days days4ithcky S pt 1646 days- Fklmouth Sept 254 days Mayfield Oct i5 days V Ba dwell Oct 152 days 5 SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN salelvoJ E Derringer Rt 1 has for sale 1000 cedar post 20c a piece havefornsleadytwoOhioshoats Goddard Grundy Valley Hill has for sale three sows and pigs Also two good Southdown bucks Dr J1 H Walklr Valley RIll wil sell 10 thoroughbred Southdown ewes 10 thproughbred Southdownewe lambs W S Gibbs has for sale a few thoroughbred1 Southdown buck lambs at1O each le30SOJlth18 One to fouryearolds i fiateWestern JrtsaleaJ F Smith Rt2 has for sale two sows and pigs7 pigs each Graham Perkins have onefour harnesshorsehorse Phone d3 GoodXProperty FOR SALE BY VT EWING REAL ESTATE AGENAY HARRODSEtUI G KV j utiChaplin218 acres in Washington county six miles from Perryyille at 30 120 a res nicely improyed near Card well 4000 216 acres near Was mgtc county village at 45 247 acres near SaHisa fine for4 anyl crop 7500 200 acres fine land near McAfee at 68 309 acres Allen county Ky increased 40 per cent in 1 yar goodfdr fo OdO in 2 years 4500 Livery Stable 10 room house groceiy business andstock 6000 Good fort 1800 a yea V Residence ard blacksmith shop wvith 8pOa year trade for 900 JVIIIIII