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Tww1 HII t r tI tCi i y 1i t t ri I i innU y i T DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY cl l I VO U ME m SPRiNG FIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 f NUMBER 41 MRMcCHORD SECURES MONEY 1 To Finance 1907 Crop f Arrangements Made For 1 75099l HJ n W C McChord has made ar1 0 ranp ements for 125000 to finance the h19Q7coo tyThe money is ready to be turn id over to the Board of Control of this ounty when it is needed fThis means that we are to be taken care ofthat our sailing will be smooth so iar as this seasons crop is con tern d and w e may all look to the iu ture with hope jfor thesigns of the time point to victory complete m every senser WILL ATTEND CONFERENCE Rev G W Lyon Preached Fare r YnYear Sunday f therMet odist church of this city preached his f irew ell sermon for this conference year to his congregation last Sunday Rev Lyon will leave next Tuesday for Colombia Ky to attend the annual meeting of the Louisville District Con fere ce of the liethodist Episcopal Lyon has had the pastoral care hurt Springfield Methodist church the past two years and has faithftillyinithat ot are members of the Methodist church well pleased with Mr Lyon as a pastor and a citizefj but he is popular with all classes irrespective of religious de nominations and his reassignment to thit charge will be welcome news to the p ople generally Bljj MORTGAGE IS RECORDED b 50 000 Debt Hangs Over Coh eJa k Chinns Fine Mercer CountYFarm ft Harrodsburg Herald Pr baby the largest individual mort gage ever recorded in Mercer county was i lade last Fifday by Mrs Ruth Chin and Col Jack P Chinn her bush nd It was a second mortgage too he total amount of indebtedness cove ed by the two being in the neigh borh od of 50000 The first mortgage was n their farm Of 407 acres on the Lexington pike and was made FebrU ary 9 1903 to the Northwestern Lif Insu ant Company for 15000 The Fridayiovei ing the same land and also twen tythree 4 brood mares ten yearling colts sixteen suckling colts eight work mules three farm horses and the inert jagersfJ interest m this years crop af tobacco grown on the place It is im de to the farmers Bankof Frankfort the Mepcer National Bank knd the I rst NationalBank of Harrods burg onequal footing Th j farm mortgaged is one of the very bestin the county and is worth 4500aor 50000 Ro kefelkr s Gifts Up to Date Th2 New York World figures that John D Rockefeller has made public gifts up the present of 102055000 Of his amount 44000 has been give to the General and Southern ation Boards s22ocA000 to the Uni rsity of Chicago 15000000 to clmr h arid missionworkand 2000 XXftt the Rockefeller Institute TL 1L x DIEII SUNDAY r End of Lorijg Illness Comes to Si ney Green JIMr Sdney Green a wellknown thiscitYadies Sunday nonjing tanearly hour at the home t f his brot in la Mir J C McElr y Death was indirectly due to a stroke of paralysis which he received eve almonths ago and from Which heineier fully recovered Mr r Green had lonjj suffered from ill health and had JgoriL to other States in the of 1he ajyed m until about a month ago his continued ill health forced hiro leave the city and he returned 1tY1 Mr Green NQS about thirty years of age anq wa a young man possessing a genial nature which xfon for him host of friends f ar Mr Green iwa born in thvs and was the SOl of Sidney and Kate geceased1Heahd brothers Mrs Moore Mrs Han dy and Will Green rof Sherman Tex as James GreenT ondon Ky and Mrs H R Tl ompson MrsJC McrElroy and C A Green ld Fuifrom the residence at 230 oclock Mon riLng body was buried in the S ringfield cemetery WILL IVED TODAY Mr Adolph Banack and Miss Myrtle Martin Will Marry This Cvening At thehpuriof sunset this evening a prettyweddin will be solemnized at the home of Mr and Mrs Eugene Martin when flies daughter Miss Myrtle Martin will be led to the marriage altar by Mr Ado ph Banack The youngco pie are wellknown and popular in the Pleasant prove neighborhood wher they reside and their many friends will join hands in con gratulating Mr and Mrj Bank Judge SWHager v And Gongressnian t il Ben Johnson 7 To Speak NextiThu- Slipt 26 JI V Judge S Hager and Cong ess man Ben Joltson will address A the voterS of Washington county in Spring SfieldThursdaYing will comme ce at S oclock Judge Kellys Father D aJ Bardstown y Sept 13Dail Kelly a farme and a highlyrespected citizen died zt the home of his son oeheart failure aged eighty Years Hew s a member 3f the ChristianFhurch For many yea ihe was engaged in the mining business in a Western State He leaves his son Judge Kelly and hi daughter Mrs A Broderson of Rus sellville The funeral will be held at the Christian church tomorrow at 2 oclock and the interment will be in the Bardstown emetery Bardsto n Woman Dies j Bardstpwri Ky Sept 13Mrs01l- ie WtlsonRic ardson daughter of the late Oliver Wi dieId at her hon e fiS ago aged thirty ei ht years She leaves a- husbandCol ins Richardson two Daughters agrd thirteen and fifteen years a bro her Fred Wilson of Bardstown ail d asister Mrs Sam Irvine of Bard town The funeral will be hd at St i osephs Catholic church tomorrow at 5 ocfock and the inter ment will bein St Josephs cemetery JIitIJ yx IMPORTANT 1 MEETINGS Of the Washington Coun ty Tobacco Grow J fers vi V o I V lrOn the aturd Y in September the ersof Washington county who ha e their tobacco pooled will meet in the r respective precincts elect a member of the Washington County Bo rdO Control The members electe for the various precincts will nieetin Spri gfield the first Saturday in October and elect a chairman of the oa dutyofrthe said chairman to attend the meeting of the State Board which meets at Winchester in October tq re prganize Don t fail to ttend these precinct meetings the last Saturday in Septem ber GONVERTlNGAHORSE Belonging to Another to His Own Use And Attempting to Bar ter It Gets Bee Baker Colored In Trouble Trafficking or attempting to traffic unlawfully in horseflesh the property of another is a mighty risky business with a thousandtonothing shot against a ff low are lin alt probability the meditations of Bee Baker of color who is on an indefinite visit to Jailer Catlettb bastile On last Saturday night it ie alleged Baker appropriated to his use a horse belonging td Ben West living near town and which was hitched on the street Baker rode the horse to the edge of town and placed him in a lot forth purpose of disposing of him for the cojd cash Marshal Grace was notified of the alleged theft of the horse and by a clever piece of strategy located the animal and also the negro after several hours of sleuth work Tjhej negro was found at the home of his mother and arrested jand lodged in jail o The examining trial was held in the the polide court BakerIwas held to answ r court in the sum of 150 I STONE AND YOST To Stump State For Democratic Ticket Senator Carmack of T nn seetlso fnvited Louisville Times The Democratic tate Campaign Committee will extend an invitation ton tor E H Car= mack of Tennessee and Judge Judson S Harmon of Cincinnati to come to Kentucky to make peeches The Democratic lawyers throughout the Commonweal say that Judge H Harmons recent address to the Ken Bowlinfg Green contained more real sound Dem ocratic doctrine than any speech that jas been made in Kentucky for years It is believed that h e can do the Demo conssent to maketwo or three speeches in the State The E emocrats are alsp much elated over the fact that Capt W J Stone whoas a candidate for tHe Democratic riomintijtibn against William jGoebel in 1899 and who has not been actively ini sympathy with th Democrats since that time has offere- his services to the Campaign committee to make speeches for the State ticket Another speaker who has offered his services to the Democrats is Judge William H Yost of Greenville who left the Democrats party in 1896 was one of W S Taylor s chief lieutenants and with former Governor W 0 Bradley defended the ontest brought by Mr Goebel against Taylor in 1899 and 1900 Both Mr Yost and Capt Stone will be kept on the stump from now until election day 1 r SATURDAYfa fnsorIBrdught Here From Lebanon For Burial 1i Mrs Abegil Ensor widow ofJames B Ensor died at the home of her brother near Lebanon Saturday of senility j Mrs JEnsors maiden name was Abe andrearednon After her marriage to Mr Ensor sheDyed with him to the Mcintire neighborhood in this c unty Follow ing his death she removed to Marion untyand had since made her home with her brother near Lebanon Mrs jEnsor was seventy two years of age andlwas a devout member of highlyrespectedwoman every one who knew her Springfieldfrom vices were conducted from the Baptist church in the laf ternoon at 3 ocjock by Rev Grave1of Lebanoni The body was in Springfieldcem etery J i Attending Meeting of Bankers Association dylocing the annual meeting of the Ken tuckyHaqkers Association which con vened today at the Seelbach Hotel twodayssessioni Tonight the foraI will be guests at areception their honor by the Louisville clearinghouses and tomorrow afternoon they will attend the State Fair in a bodyb DEDICATE NEW HOME I Lebanon Masons Lelebrate Formal Opening of Handsome New Building With Ap pr ExercisesI The Springfield Masonic lodge attended en masse the ceremonies at the dedication of the new Masonic building in Lebanon yesterday The new home pf the Masonlf Lebanon was erected at a cost of 35000 and is one of the handsomest Masonic buildings m the State The ceremonies began with a parade iin theemorning followed in the noon with the dedicatory addressatterf livered Past Grand Master iimadeper of Louisville Smith and Bryant of Danville ExGov Knott Owen D T ebanofA greeAmong the Springfield Masons in at tendance were Theo Campbell Ruel Foster Robt Marks Gwin Marks W B Spears Luther Burns H M Grun dy Will Hagan Dr Spencer Wright tr S J Smock Coleman Smock Dr McIntire BIG PALL TRADE Merchants Laying In Big Stoc In Anticipation of Good Business Season The merchants of Springfield ar taking an optimistic view of the business situation for the fall season which is now opening up and in anticipation of j Largdstock of goods Washington county farmers the say are always liberalpatrons an they are expecting a good season when the crops of the field are turned int- cash Though a big portion of the fall goods has arrived the merchants are still witIh s tling qualities will be ready to acco modatethe rush when the season opens in earnest k y i iOEAO AT AN ADVANCED AGE r Mrs Lavinia Webster of Mack yille Passes Away at Age of 91 Yearsj The death of onjeof the countys old est and most respectedcitizens oc curred on last Sa Urday morning at an dearly hour when Mrs Lavinia Webster of Mackville passed to her eternalre ward Mrs Webster Jwas agedninlety one years and had been in feeble health for some time Deathwas due to the in firmities of pld age Mrs Webster was twice married th first time to Johnson Graves deceased To this union were born two children Springellf Mackville with whom she had lived husbandrwas John W Webster who alsop e eded her to the grave many years Mrs Webster was a member of the Christian church and had been a work r in the cause of religion all her life he was a charter member of the hayingbeenacts of her acquaintancesFtn funeral services were conducted the Christian church at Mackvilje LBrewerfhe largest congregations ever gatfi ijred togeth r in that neighborhood on similar occasion The body was uried in the Peters burying ground tt Mackville kpRlNGJeiELD CITIZENS I Attending State Fair In Large Numbers This Week One hundr d and fifty dollars worth of tickets were sold at the L N djer pot this city this morning to people who are a1te dl the State Fair j in Louisville 4great number were sold Monday and Tuesday Many citizens will go later jn th week making air attendancesfrompublic interest theCraihthisbound for the State Fair f interest to Sunday S hori Workers Mr E AIFox General Secretary Kentucky Siinday School Association is to spend Sunday Sept 22 with us in Springfield He desires to meet all Sunday School workers of the county the Presbyterian church in Spring field at 230 conIfsr about important Sunday school matters Pleaslet every Sunday School in the county be represented TEXAS t Mrs D A Crosby has returned 1 ome after an extended visit to her Mother Mrs J A Robinson of Louis ille Mr and Mrs J D Turner were happy Ion September 9th by the krrival of their new son Master Burke llaybrooke Tlirner Both Mrs Turner ndson are doing nicely and are at the h ome of the ormers parents Mr and Mrs J R Cljiybrooke yisiet f eld tor a fey days Born to the wife of Geo Young on the 1 Ith a fine girl returneehome after a visit to her sister Mrs W B WilKani of Louisville daughterdt Mitchellsburg oThe people of this community were sorry to lear of the death of Mr Sid- eY Greene of Springfield To the be reaved open we extend our heartfelt s mpathyIhighlentertained n y somA large hum er were present and report an enjoyable time f IA SATURDAYS PICNIC At Fredericktown Drew the Crowds and Dispersed Funn Galore The picnic at Freckericktown on laS Saturday for the benefit of theiI61r f w Trinity church at that place was in all respects an ideal picnic lovers day The lovely weather and anticipation of spending a happy day brought a big cro ti to the grounds and the amuse menus afforded kept the picnickers i rpvally entertained throughout the day The excellent manner in which the r affair was Conducted reflects great credit upon the management and to the Rev Father Pieters much of the eis due The order maintained throughout the day as excellent The dinner served on the ground was one of the main features of the day r and the heayilyladeni tables were wellr v patronizedpFrom a financial standpoint also the 4 picnic was a great Success and the JP management is well plea ed with the revenue derived The next annual Fredericktown picpi nit will be all thee more eagerly looked forward to by those in at dance atfurday AILTO- NOMINATE YRePYrWithout Making Nc mina tion For Repre sentative i The Republicans in their county con vention held here last Saturday after neon failed to candidate for the race against Hon W nominatefa Demo cratic nominee J On A ProspectinglToujv 1vl Several Springfield citizens left Mon fdaylahoma territory ona prospecting tour with a view to locating in that country some time in the near tutor i They are Messrs W R Lawrence AI rzl S Mayes Chas Logsdon and Joe Pei4 tus cvASOFE t LOCALS T i Being Visited By County r Organizevisiting inrWashington county He reports that same of the locals are thriving and are enthusiastic while others are not so well Intersshould not wane The A S of E1S the greatest farmers organization this nation has ever known and every far mer in Washington lend 1 his support to the countYshOtili Farmers Institute In Session A Farmers Instituted in session tat the Court Souse this afternoon and will continue in session throughout tci morrowM Rays Music ClasSii jo In this issue of The Sun will be fo ndJi an announcement from Miss Sue Kay in reference to her mandolin and guitai + class Miss Ray needs no praise from t these columns to strengthen her in the estimation of the public as a teacher a Her class here last year sustained her r putation as a teacher and this year nsine comes to the people with undisjm proofall of ability as a musicalaj x structorY t l f t 4 irr t wj rwr rtL I 7rrT1r 0 iii 7T I 1 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 IJI07 SiSciSuS SS4S44S SSS1SS4-Ii tA Fiano Placed jI laDF1 YOU intend purchasing a Pin it would be dollars Ill yourpeteket to ret infcorrispohd = ence with us Being the largest piano dealers in the South and buying them in arload lots enables us to quote prices on 1 tat OS Ifyr Pianos and Piano Players that yill quickly convince the most skeptical thatwe ca n doall we say if given the opjport unity Our line consists of the following pildLarn usmakesIi J i t l PIANSPRICE fl173 1JP PLAYER IjJOS 5OO IJJV lii P1ANOPLAYES PRICE 5O i pMontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky t Kindly send me full partiularsbY return mail howI you will place a piano in my home on ftfta C Name J JwJ j 1 Ad ressj Ky John Steps on Track in V Front of Train at and is Killed i John Peterson iged about 70 years for many years a i t Loretta morning and in tant1y killed He was knocked some twenty ve feet from the track and when his hielesj body was picked up a jew minutes later it was found that skull had been badly crushed and Almost every bone in his body had been broken There were no witnesses to rf he accident other than the men in the engine and no one knows how the un iortunate mari came to step on the Irack in front of the rapidly approach ipg train He was walking trom Chica go to Loretto one and one half miles distance and had reached apoint where dne of the side tracks at Loretto ran the main track He was on the side track at the time the c ime around a curve and when almost reached him he pad from the siding ontQ the main rtiack The theory is that Mr Peterson thought that he w as on the main track and believed tnathe was stepping out ot danger when he walked onto the main track in front of the train So did he step on the track in tront of the engine the engineer had ho time to the accident and no blame attaches to saiiy of the train crew Mr Peterson was a brother of Mrs Miry Jane Blair of Chicago and an cle of Deputy Sheriff Nan had been twice married but wiyes are dead and no liiixir The body was taken to the home of his sister Mrs Blair at I the funeral services Were held at thiit place morning Coroner Bissell held an inquest thu jury a verdict of acciden Stajdeath The verdict was as follows the jury find that John Peter to his death by being acci de tly struck by a freight train t1 hnortlr crossing at Loretto Sept 10 t 397 Messrs Jas A Mudd Forest War9 w L Rop Adams Jas A jBoird and Groyei Gardiner r Standard Mrs Pen Tal footit of died c from a of diseases eof 77 years an estimable woman ana was greatly beloved by all who knew her Her maiden name was Mar Nicholson She was a member of the church and a de vou Christian Deceased Is survived toby Mr Pen Talbott three Tom Fulks Lou sviIIe Chas OBrien Pajj and Miss Sallie Talbott Bards town and one son Mr Dan Talbott of The funeral services were conducted by Rev Sf G SheJJy Pre siding Ederof the Dis trict of the h in the absence bf her at the reside ce Snnday at 4 oclock and the interment took place m the J Messrs Dick Wilkerson and John OUSITI s n ers I s v Mr and Mrs G IT Mayes vwere guests of Mr and Mrs R T Begljy r i Mr M attend the State fehis week r H Mayes is confined thlS room with nay ever MrsJ H Nay es is gettmg along asjwell as could be expected i Mr Wru Kimberlin who has beer bying cattljp reports tHem very scarce J T Ske ris sold find of Geo some yearling heifers last week at fair prices J T Skeins mare iY light ninga few offered 200 forfThe mare was standing under a locust trele arid it is said her body ha s ovqr i Your iwas very much to learn f the death of Mr Dock Harn occurred last week Mr Harmon stood high as a man and aa Christian and always stood his EJart He will be missed in church and by all who knew him harvest has been great this year It ought to remind us Qfthe great beyond and we should prepare while we have afforded us There hanot been apy news from this place for quite a while It is not because the is out it is because he Hasnt had time for he has been buildin and all will soon be through and will resume will endeavor to write oftener Aunt Lavinia Webster of onel oldest citizens of died last morning She was past ninety years old Aunt rJ vinia was jidely known and was well liked by all who knew her asa woman How Id 0 To ung in health and a N F Rowan Mci Gaj did She says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic hv com plicated su an Condi with ease anil assist in store Guari nteed at IHaydon Rob ertsons D C 50c t 1C c Soflsr Decker d Sons J Haines Bros Sterling Schuber Arm Marshall Wendell Foster t c and V I A dlayer that cfirite at to any piano ma1e In order to to you that we haye the right Pianos at the ight price we vill place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not a cent t MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO I INCORPORATED I Avenue MEETS INSTANTDEATH Peterson Lorettoi Lebanon Enterprise RlstrueicWednesday hisB tramI generally accepted suddenly BlairiHe1 Chicagoan yesterday Wednesday returning sodQie Thdtnpson composed ihfjjury Estimable Woman Passes Away eniucky Bardstown Talbottwas jgarptj Presbyterian herhusband Daughters Mesdames Brownsville Bardstown Elizabethtown lIethodlstcqur Afternoon Bardstown cemetery PiRATHERSKCREEK stot1I tMSundayI RusselLwill ndf25forbought losFa nIsplinters ickingall correspondent onwljich Thedeatn snt1have d1fMackyHle Vashingtonlounty Saturday Christian Remain Young continu1Y Donough rdstotnachtrQuble unhealthy turnedredElectriehusbands Ugj tiP Checkering 1strong CoI SohmerCeciUan EartandGeciliah tthe 5he demonstrate oyyou 628630 fourth Louisville falongside prevents Saturday moping complication theadvanced Jj Cocanougner tI opportunities correspondent Autdpianpl Gecirjan Marion Gointy Marriages i FlorenceMartinwere united in marriage at Raywick plerformed in the presence of only a few friends The bride lathe daughter of Mr Henry Martin who resides near Raywick while the groom isa Well known young farmer of the same part of the county Mr Thompson came tomf ladingbride being under age the document could not be obtained without the con sent of her parents He immediately left for the home of the young lady returning the fullowing morning abouts five oclock after as he said Ipracticallybrought with him an order to the clerk from the young ladys father After securing the license he left at once for1 Raywick arid the ceremony was performed shortly alter his arrival Mr William Thomas Thompson and Miss Mary Jo laley were marrIed at Calvery Wednesday Rev Robert Mc Donald officiat ng The bride is but 19 years of age and ias both her rather and mother are deed it was necessary to have a gi ardian appointed before the license coi Id be issued She chose Mr J B Rait y who after j andtaking the oath as givingboiw gave consent to her wariiage to Mt Thompson T1 e groom is a yoUng far flier and is alstj 19 yearlfof age Mr t A Bu 5kman and Miss Mary E Marcum we e united in marriage at the county clerk s office Monday morri jng Judge Job i Ai Burton performing EasyIreo- cently added is the prayer which he now offers aft ri pronouncing a couple Kmandaughter of M P V Marcum and isi 17 years of ag The groom is just 20 years of age an is a farmer A Kentucky Girls Pluck Miss Emily Gaither the thirteenf yearpld daughteri of Col E HrGait jeTr who is yi siting in o showed her Ke ntiicky pluck some days ago while wrl1 ing alongthe str eta 0f that city S Yf he iHarrodsburg Herald She carried aJp containing coilsithr able money in hrhand and a exIC an inatchedjstead of b ing frightened or standing still and screaming as most womep would haveone gave pursuit and af ter quite a chase captured the robber and turned hint over to the police and hew placed in jail Miss Gaither jsv alaplayer arid bicycle rider The SUN iONE DOLLAR A YEAR L i HILLSBORO JastJthH nsince our wife of Mr Solomon Rays a tenpdund girl kFstltQISMr J Montgomery wife and lit tle children spent last Sunday w th Mr4 Bailev Mr Roy Chesser wife an4 little daughter Myrtle Lee Mr Kidwell wife and little son and Mrs il1Shieldsa children spent last Sunday famIlYlr tht- WI is spending this week with his brother Mr Solomon Kays of this place Mr VVeslie Bailey spent last Sunday JMrsone day last week Mrs Mai tie Pinkston of Polin spent brftherMr parents Mr and MrsCamma jk of Anderson county thisweek Mr John Bailey of Texas spent from Saturday until Monday wi th his sons at this place f Mrs Johnny Walls and chjldron of Pleasant Grove spent Sunday with her sister Mrs John Armstrong I pentSundayMrs Lizzie McMillen of Willis aurg is visiting her sister Mrs J HJ Set jMr Liza Sundaywith List of Farms1FOrt SALE BY McElroy Whartdn r DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE SPRINGFIELD KY ileSouthgood barn well fenced Price 2000 No 203 Farm 100 acres good lind 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville ike all good land well fenced and atered Price 50 per acre No 204 Farm 166 acres situat d 5 miles north of Springfield good dwell ing and barns mostlyin grass Price 50 per acre No 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 iles west of Springfield goodthsell tObJCCOlandSpringfield Good dwelling huse 2 barns well fenced and watered Pj ice f3 tOO 207 52acre farm located IJ miles southwest of Springfield Good dwell ing barn and all other outbuildings Improvements new and in first class Price 5000 frbmSpring refencultivation and lies well Price 60 per acre mSpringfieldgood barn wire fenced and mostly n grass Price 2 000 209 300acre farm near Willisbur 11hesper acre 210 108acre farm located 8 mil S west of Springfield Good house and Nearjrailway212 100acre farm located 7 mil s from Springfield Good small house and barn 50 acres in bluegrass Price 1500 21C C30acre farm 2 12 miles frons own All lies well and is good lane Good improvements Qfevery kind fine 4rperSpringfieIciGood improvements land all lies well Price 65 per creJ215 103acre farm located 3 miles northeast of Springfield 35 acres o tobacco land two barns 30 per acre 218 210acre farm near Mackville y Good farm all lies well mostly n grass Price 50 per acre creelbottomhouse and good tobacco barn Price 45 per acre mileeastgoodibarn Price 2600 milesJimprovements 35 per acre 222 125 acre farm all in grass good improvements of every kind Price 50 per acre 223 130acre farm 6 miles west of Springfield all good land good dwell ng house and barns 60 per acre 224 farm located near Mackyillei Ky Good dwelling two barns Price 3000 f FrmRenced226 350acre farm located 3 miles south of Springfield Good improve mentof every kind Price right 227 200acre farm 3 mIles from Springfield Good house and barn and all other outbuildings Land all lies well is under good fence and is in the bestof shape It is a good place ands a desirable home 50 per acre Lakes Overfiowers J No 64rl21 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville d ejL5 room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco brfrn old stocK barn ft j 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fiuit 50 acresiof fine tobacco land 20 acres of locusts 8ntyof water 1iNoGo 170 acres 5 mites from Springfield on good pike undergood fence 5 tooth dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with metalroof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of lociists peracresNo 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield j mile from pike 4 tImber320 per acre No67200acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 stockbarn75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre NO168180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land of timber fine tobaccoland Price 60 tier acre V 69150acre small house fineriver bottom land plenty of Itimber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre 70144acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acreS bottomland well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some tim erPriGe 60 per acre No 71118 acres 5 miles from Springfield 6 room dwelling ingood repair tenant house 7 acre tobacco barn stock barn corn crib granary pond in barn lot some tiniber 75 acres of fine to bacco land good fence Pri e3500 per acre No 73180acres 4 room welling in good repair small stock tobaceolandNo 74125acreson goodpike 1 mile from schpol close tel church 4 miles from Springfield good 6 room dwelling goodstock bain 50x60 feet plenty of water plenty of post all farmin grass fine orchard a bargain at 2250 per acre t y No 75277 acres in J mile of Springfield on pike 2 new toL waterLONo 76114h acres 6 miles from Lebanon on good pike good 6 room dwelling 2 good barns all Outbuildings all far in grass 30 acres orchard grass well under good fence 55 per acre No 7820 acres 8 room dwelling in good repair 2 miles from Springfield mile from pike on good road good fence 10 acres ingrass price 750 No 7941 acres 4b miles from Springfield on good pike 6 roohi if dwelling in good repair small stable good orchard plenty of all kinds of fruit plenty of locusts i mile from school 55 per acre I No 80138 acres 6 miles from Springfield b mile from ike 5 timberbyof water Price 35 per acre No 81160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Spring field on good pike 9 room dwelling in excellent repair good ten ant house 3stock barns one 40x60 feet plenty of grass fine to bacco land all necessary utbuildings well watered nder jfence2 good orchards one peach and one apple plenty of timber plenty of water 125 acres of grass 20 acres of bottom land 56 acres of fine tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre No 83 167iacres 7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from good tobacco75acrescusts good fericet plenty of water Price 2000 No 84101 acres good 7 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco barn good fence all farm in ss all the farm tobacco land situated ongoodpike close to churchand school Price 65 per acre No 8556 acres 4 room dwelling small stable meat house double buggy house plenty pf water 30 acres of fine river bottom C land all the farm under good fence SO rods of stone fence i mile from good pike J rice 22 per acre l 16a LAKE Estate Ky I THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTHe t rtestrtime s 1atestandpl graduatesSchopio Lyonrj iiiiii+ oMK9El fHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST TO TRANSFER MONEY E IS BY DISTANCE TELEPHON FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO INCPRPOIUTCD TES jIporslyr- ryansB CQmmoner175 l50Wlp0Weekly175SemiVeeklySemiWeekly St Louis Globe lrT5ThriceaT 125AmericatiAmerican Epitomist150me- ricahA Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette L 225 Country Gentleman 200 i35FarmScribneHs Magazmer 400 Ledger 175 Harpers Magazine 435 435Sunnv TISUN SI4 Real Agent Springfield WAY LONG THE DAILY Kentucky State Journal Incorporated Published at the Capital of The Stated Pressdispatchcs Appeals tration and all the local news SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE y WP WALTciN Frankfort Itf lKlntuCknal both one year V i 11I r T7Ti t J 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY i SEPTEMBER 181907 J Te 3 THE LION = AND F THE MOUSE w By CHARLES KLEIN v r 51 Story ofAmtrjcan Life Novelszed From the Piayby V ARTHUR FQRNBLO7J D1LL1NGH4JM 1 ttl COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W COMP NY Shirley stood listening to what he had to say her face white her mouth qulyerihg At last the crisis had come It was a fight to the finish between this man the incarnation of corporate greed and herself representing the fundamental principles of right and justice She turned oil him In a fury tonightDoI liourbe loath the roof of a man who is as biiiu to justice as dear to mercy as inca mble oZ human sympathy as you are She r med her voice and as she stood mere denouncing the man of headtbrinI1avenging angel defying 4e of the powers of evil IifLeav the rooms shouted Ryder bSIdtlmself and pbinnngto the Father cried Jefferson starting forward to protect the girl he loved You iaVe tricked him a4 you have me thundered Ryder uIt is your own vanity that has tricked your cried Shirley jcorite nptuously t You litjy traps for yourself and walk Into them You can telj tci pralsJ30uto dec1ve to you to everyoneI acse me of fia yoylIand your dependents to do I have air ways appealed to your better uatui yourheyoiknotruth now uGo fmrrvnYimnrulorl Yeslet us o Shirley said Jeffer son v p 1 No Jeff I cime here alon and Im going alpe You not I shijll go with you wlIeIUKh s orn y j No cijied Shirley Do you think Id marry a nhan whose father is as deep a dislcredit tdthe human race as your fathr ial N6 I wouldnt marry the sbn of isueli a merciless tyrant He Irefues toi1ft his voice to save niy fa ther I refuse to marry his son r She Ryder with all the fury 1Youturnedtn lived In the olden r Caesar or an Alexan Ider t Youd be a Leave tlL4i room xhoutctl Ryder Neroa Nero Sink my self respect to the extent ofi marry4ug into fain ily she exclaimed contenlptuousl- rNeer I din going to Washington witho1Jtyoprald I am going to save my father IfbayetQgoon my knees td every Unit jd States senator Ill go thcilieSiIpassionate outburst Shirley hurried from the room leaving Jftder speechless staring ere his son I CHAPTER XVI HEX Shirley reached her W rconis she broke down qcmpletely She threw her self upon a sofa and burst into a fit of violent sobblijg After all sue was only tf woman and the ordeal through which she had passed Would have taxed the strongest powers of cndurl ceo She had borne up courageousij vlille there remained the faintest chnnc j that she might succeed in moving the flhanoier to pity but mow that all hopes in that direction wOre piiatterel anil she herself had been ordered liarshly from the house like any prdinarj malefactor the re action set in nd she gave way freely to her long pc ntup anguish and dis tress Npttiin now could save Her father nVevea this journey to Washington which 5he determinetl to take nevertheless lor according to what SJtt had said the senate was to take ajvote that verj night She looked at the time 11 oclock She litid told Ir Ryder that she would leave his house at once but on refl c tirIt1t was lIflhiQSSIble Cr n girl alonc to seek a room nt that hbun It would be midnight before Bhelcould get her things racked No she Aypuld stay un A this hated roof until morning and take the lirst train to Wahing ftOp There was still a chance that the miirht bo diilavcd Ill which case 4 I she might yet1iu4cbcf In winning over some of the senators jbe began to gather her thinas together anil was thus engaged when she heard a knock at her door Whos there r she called out Its I peplled a fumiliar voice Shirley went to pe door and oPening It found Jeffers ctti oil the threstiold Hem nde no attempt to cuter nor did tiredIther did ntmeuii toni hL No JeffShe 4iid wearily Unot tonight Its a littl too late I did not realize it Tomorow morning early He seemed reassured and held out his hand Good night dearest Youre a bravo fightIreplied But it set hIm thinking rejoined Jeffeison VXo one ever spoke to my father like that efore It did him good nestlJl marching up find down the library hewing the cud Noticing Shirley tired race and her eyes with1 great lack circles uiuThrI neath he stopped short Now dont do ajiy more packing to nigfit he said 0 to bed ndIii the OUjIsleem and then sb dreamed thatslhej was hi the senate chamber and that she saw Ryder suddenly rise and de noance himself bcr4re the astonished senators as a perjurer and traitdr to his conntry whiles return tl to Iusfsapequa with the jtrfad news that father was acquitted Meantime a solruiipfigure remained In the library fro like h lost soul in pnrgiatbry Mrs iad returned from the lay and ganJ to bed serenely oblivious of the draum in real life that had been enacted at lime The servants locked the ifcouse IfRyder walked the floor of his sanctum and late into the small hours of the morning the watchman goiug his lone ly rounds saw ft lig It in the library and th i restless figur Of his nnplbyer sharply silhouetted ajgatnst the white blinds r For the first time In hishife John Ryiler realized that ihere was some thing in the world Beyond self Ho sncri1Iicethdr she loves and we asked himself what mamier of a 4ian that father could be to inspire such devotion in his child He probed into his own heart and conscience and reviewed hispnst career He had been phenomenally happylIewhat to do with but he pleasures of the domestic circle which he saw oth er men enjoy had been denied to him Was he himself to hi lmeFIad his Insensate craving for jold and Power led him to neglect thic se other things In life which con tributb more truly to mans happiness In ether words was his life a mistake i s it was true wliat this girl charge he had been merciless and unscupu oils in his deal Ings with his fellow ma f It was true t that hardly a dollar of t i vast fortune had been honestly earned It was true that it had been wruiip from the peo ple by fraud and trickery lie had Craved for power yet iiv haL had tasted it what a hollow joy itwas aftei nIl The public bated audrdttsijisetl him Even his so called frieul s and business associates to diedjo bill merely because tliey Lea And this judge this father iie hd perse cuted and ruinedrwhatira better mall nud cftizeii he was HMv mich more worthy of a childs love and 6f the es teem of the world What had Judge RossI lOre IOMO aft er nil to deserve the frikhtfnl D1e tthe arnalgamatedlTmteiests had caused him to suiTor I lie hid blocjk ed thoir game he had dine only what his oath his duty con andocl hhn to do Such ugir1 as Shirley hassmore could not have hod q other kind df a father Ah if he iial had such daughter he might have been a better man if only to WIll his fluids respect and affection John Ruder pondered Jong fluid deeply and the more Tie turn ihated tile stroiiicer he conviction grew upoulu4u thatliio Jrirl wits right and he waS wrong Suddenly he looked at his lS oclock Rpberts imhtold him thult it would bean all night session ami that a vote would probably iiotbe talleu irtitil veiy late He unhooked the tleph6iie and calling central asked Opr long dis tance and connection with Washing ton t I It was 7 oclock when he maid en tored Shirleys room widi tier break fast and she found its Ijpccupaut up and dressed I Why you havent been to bed miss exclaimed the girl looking at the bed in the Inner room vhich seem ed scareery disturbed Not Theresa II couldnt sleep Hastily pouring out a CUI of tea slip nd eluI must catch that96rcipck train to Wjushlncrtm uirtnt finish v packing until nearly i3 Can I do anything for you miss inquired tup maid Shirley was as popular with the servants aswith the rest of the household No answergd Shirley there arU only a few thugs to go in my suit hmeiinThe maid was about to go wheii she suddenly thought oil1 something she had forgotten She jheld out an e111 yelope which she hid lctt lying oil the tray i x Oh miss rrJori ns said to give you this and master wiiuled to see you as soon as you had finikhed your breakr fast Shirley tore 0 nthe envelope and took out the coutelnts It was ached payable to her qrder for 5000 and signed John Burkett Ryder A deep flush covered the girls face as she saw the rnioney a Hush of Jin noyance rather thjiri of pleasure This man who had insulted her who had wronged her father who had driven her from his home tliought he could throw his gold at her and Insolently send hpf hor pay as one isettleshaughti ly with U servant ilisejuirged for iui perthience She youd iI C none of his money tlio work she had ddiie she would make him a proscut of She ro placed the heck lu the envelope and passed It back to Thore i Give this to Mr Ryder and tell him I cannot soe him But Mr Ryder idrlnsisted tbe- gir1 Please deliver my message as I give it commanded Shirley with authority I cannotsee Mr Ryderi The maid withdrew but she had barely closed the door when it was opened again and Mrs Ryder rushed in without knocking She was all flustered with excitement and in such a hurry that she 1llot even stopped to arrange her toilet i My dear Miss she gasped whats this I heartgoing awaysml ileuly without giving me vvrtrning I wasnt engaged by the month afepliDd Shirley dryly t lOt know dear I know I was think lag of myself Ive grown so used to you hoy shall I get on Yfthout yoii No one understands me the way you dv Dear me The whole house is un ltUr Rydec never went to bed at all last night Jefferson is going awhv too forever he threatens If he hadnt come and woke me up to say goodby t should never have known you intend ed to lee sMy boys going youre going evdry ones d s rthl me Mrs Ryder was not accustomed tQ such prolonged lights of oratory and she sank exhausted on a chair her eyes filling with tens Did they tell you who I nmthe daughter of Judge Rossmore demanded Shirley It bad been a shock to Mrs Ryder that morning whop Jefferson burst jnto his mothers room before she was up and acquainted her with the events of the previous evening Tlie news the Miss Green whom she had grOWn to love was really he Miss Rossinore of whose relations tith Jefferson her husband stood in such dread was far from 0 affecting ithe financiers wife as0 it had Ry ler him stJfj To the mothers simple and in gen ons mind free from prejudice and ulterior motivej the girls c haracter was more important than her name and certainly she could not b anie her sou for loving such a wdinan as Shir hey Of course it was unfanlji nate for Jefferson that his father felt this bitterness I toward Judgo Ross ore for she herself could hardly flaY wished for a more sympathetic daii jhterin law She hail not seen her lusband since the previous evenlijg at dinner so was in complete iguorancs as to what he thought of this new levelop ment but the mother sighedas she thought hew happy it would tiake her to aeb Jefferson happily marriel to the girl of his own choice and in lur heart she still entertained the hopethat her husband l would see It that way and thus prevent their son from leaving vthcitt as he threatened Thatrs not your fault my do rsbe replied answering Shirleys question You are yourself thats the main tiling You mustnt mind what Mr1 Ryder says Business and sorry make him Irritable at tiin esIf ou must go of course you must you are the best judge of that but Jefferson wants to see you before you leave She kissed SJiirley in motherly jfashion and added lIe has told nth every thing dear Nothing would mjake me happier than to see you his wife Hes downstairs now waiting formcto toll him to come up Its better that I should not see him reitlierfShirley slowlyand grave lj I CUll only tell blIn what I have already told him My fathericq111CS first l have still a duty perform Thats riglrt dear answerod Mrs Jlytler Youre a good noble girl and t iulmire you all tlie more for If Ill lef Jefftrson be his own adkocate Youll see him for ins tiker She gave Shirley another affectioi1- nte embrace and let the rooinj while the girl proceeded with her final prep arations for departure Prescntlv there was a quick heavy step hi1thcc corri dor outside an4 Jefferson appeared m thc doorViQ He stood lucre Aai ting for her to iiivke him iii She looked up and greeted r him cjrdialljv yet 1f was hardly tu kliul of receptin he looked jor or that he considered he had a right to expect He adviinced sulkily into the 100111 Mother said she had put everything wafc 11mistuJYOiurinother gl1ot understlnd neither do you7 she replieh seriously Xbtliinj can tie put right until my father is restored to honor and posi tion But why should you punish me be cause my father fails to reJtuqihe matter as wo do Continued oIl Sixth Page b Ur WF Trusty Pra tical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Hn don Barber Bir LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident reliableandworld Your insurance solicited HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOUIS JJ 9 a m l t 8 p m 1 Dr J GMiidd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFIC OVER 9J HAYDOSS onto STORE Office Hours 8 to 9AM 1to2 p M Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON sJIlJ H JAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 MISS 1NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Night 109 T SCOJt MA YES- ATTYATLAW Ih Springfield Ky WaMhingtoaandand Federal Courts C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W DCLAYBROQKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky ashingthnandpeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky1 in the courts of Waqhington and adjoining counties and In court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky BuildingWiUpracttce Washington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals j SAl CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ivy specialtyWillable Phone 84 JOHN Y MA Y5 funeral And Director V Licensed E balmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courts eyshbwn Handsome Line of Caskets arid Burial Robes Telephone Day 1J Night H CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAISES The Sup and The Louisville Timesone year5The Sun and the Daily Courier 00I Journal except Sunday Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and daily Courier Journal any three days in week 3 7C The Sun one year and the daily CourierrJournal any three days ii the wceksjxmonth 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Com H ierJouinai one year 2 80 The the Louisville daily Herald pne year3 25 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4 10 StSISlSsS1SiSiSsSaSSs SSISLS1SlSSq- BD LAKES i BARGAINS IN RE LflESTATE J 1i tNo goodyouigbr rn 15 per acre No 3 70 acres 6 miles from Springfield gpod dwiIH ggooir schooho 4255 acres three pl5bd barns two dwellings plenty ofgrass All the farm ready for the 12ow Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timbers frmileper acre 15 iro 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn thatwill hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10lOS acres seyen miles from Springfield 15 acres good tniberplenty good tob4cco land good barn fine orchard good large dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No16 196 acres 7 ihiles from Springfield on good pike one 7 InblNo 18174 acres 10 miles from Springitdld one good six room dwjelling on good pike 3J miles front depot one mile from school bottomlaeroomc1wbarns cow house two tenant houses two ood wells plenty of Isprings fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new 50 Ko 20 250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling ttwo good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 a timer plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre 1 cretJSeveral other pieces of town property If you want a Spr ngfidd Ive got it at any prIce t No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 4tacres of tobacco one barn new1 mile from Maud one half mile frOSChOOI some timber fine tobacco land well fenced PlentYI of water Prlce1 35 per lacre JSIo 24 acres 3 miles from Springfield on igoodplke one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barnsl stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hn house meat house cabin 25 acres of DOt torn land fence irt goodrepaIr Price 60 per acre Ni 25245 ac es2mIles from Springfield 8 room dwellingI good cellar well in yard goodcistern at barn fine stock I50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field aU year fine set Of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 33231 acres in Nelson on Stoner 6 miles from Bardsfown 6 mIles from Bloomfield 10 room brick dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn lofUthat will hold 20 tons of hay small barn36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in Corn alt rest bf farm In grass brick tenant house grainery 2stOry painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson couiS3 ty Price S60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well counIty lINoj 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Wilt sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of NoJ36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x coal hous and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 38iSO acres six miles from Springfield on good ike Farm in good grass good six room dwelling fine stokbarnIWell enced Plenty stock water 35 per acre v No 39 102i acres good four room 3welling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty of water both stock nddome tic good fence fine tobacco land 7 v niles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per icre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine veil in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles rom Lebanon on one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house tat spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules landztira P Iiacre easy payment No 5164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenanthouse good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 697 acres 7miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fipe timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one ten a cre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land IS acres of clover price 2000 Springfnldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts v Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No fQS2 acres five miles from Springfield on good pi e8tI Siopm dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust good orchard good fence fine water close to school two ImUes from a depot 50 per acre No 5152acres 4 miles from Bro mfieldon good pike m I best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun barn will hold twentyflye acres ofrQooneJneCk1IThe fine orchard School 5 miles No waste route Price 47 per aciOSO53r A investment in city property on Main street No 541 Town Lots on Gruncly and Covington avenues Iso55L200 acres 4 mlles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farmsit ua in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the besfcu farms in county Whole farm will raIse tobacco 75 per acre pikeG F plenty locust posts well watered and fenced ricellper acre 59L133 acres S miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acrfr tobacco barn goods and meat house milk house fine cht1tchPriNo 60 1330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of plenty of obacco land Price 15000 ofINo Gl125i acres 8 mites from Springfield 20 acres of virg soil5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable and puggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock some timber all in grass well watered Close to school Ilanil hurch Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre 63iSO acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike re tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty ic tobacco larV wlenty of water One of the finest tobacco I in Nelson Price 50count i per acre B D Lake Springfield 9+ 4 a 11a 44 1 4 S kJr J f TTJ e i l4 J 1t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 19071 J I 3 PRINGFIELD SUN tIS9UED EVERY WEDNESDAY r SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance I ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher iJEntered at the pos ffice at Springfield t Ylufor transmission the- as second lass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I Year 1100 S1x Months 50 zs t Iii writing to have your address changed ai paPeringit sent t L DEMOCRATIC TICKET or SenatorJ C W Beckham HagerFoTrim II ble or Auditpr Henry M Bosworthrs For Te1isurerRuby Laffoon For Secretary of VreelandFor Superintendent of Public Schools 0 Winfrey For Attorney General John K Hend rick For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman Btta r JrjFor Rail ad Commissioner C C f McChord J Fo State SenatorJ Roeers Gore For Representative Wi C McChord ihe New Haven Echo came t out last week in enlarged size and was otherwise much im Pro ed We congratulate Edi tor Barry also the people of Ne Have i and vicinity There is T ot another county paper in Ken ucy that has done more tor upbi Lild its town and community than the New Haven Echo and the people of Nelson county r ought to loyally support it The American Girl jtr Lt r isWe like poetry we do a whole lot Whether it comes in the form of ryth mic erse or mellifluous prose it hits us in a tender place That is why we feel food thrills running over us when 1 we find the Oklahoma State Capital3 ctWhenlgirl He rent His Migel messenger throughout the Etarst ewn realms of peace to gather- all there was f beauty and brightness l ofe 1chantment of glamour When Sthose angels returned from their har f esthiR of beauty and threw down their glitte Ing burden at His feet He be gan in their wonderful presence the fashi ing of the American girl He wrought with the gold and gleamof the si ars shifting glories of the rain bow ues and the pallid silver of the crimsonk heart with the pure sweet snow which gleam from the lilhes petals and the t fire oi the flames which flash and leap from Sewers depth THen glancing his own bosoHe took ofdeepJIrtO gleamed there like some rare pearl beneath the4r windkissed waves of a summer sea thrilling into the form heras fashioning and all heaVe rejpiced for lo He i had wr ught the American girl Yum tyuina so hgosh Montgomery Adve tiserr Worked Like a Charm t Mr N Val er editor of that spi journal the Enterprise Louisa Yal says I ran an it in my foot last wee and ati once applied Bucklens Arnica Salve No inflammation followed the salve s mply healed the wound Heals sore burn and skip diseas RobertsonDrugg Las Warning To Taxpayers 1IYour are due and the i 2fipenaltj will go November 1 After that date taxes can not be paid co me and a taxi warrant will be issued againsu you by the county clerk ana execut d within ten diYs thereafter mikini1 an additional cost to you at 1 8 bper cent Com in before Nov 1 and save ad= r dttibna cost of execution and sale Don t let this matter skip your mind iv NOV 1 J S OSBQURN S W C Ifuthorlzed by Shakespeare i She espeare has slxt for sixth r Doubt ss he so pronounced It for I he waj credited with having written SixttHenry the Pift as thfe old edition has it And It is worthy of notice that fta and siextitf are the An CloS on formesProf Skeat in Na f tlonal Review r fi A i ii F MclNTiRE J Mrs Aba jill Ensor wife of the late 1J of thi8 place died at the home of he brother Mr Ja4k Wanes Iot Lebanon Her funeral occurred at Baptist church in Springheld of which sheas a consistent member the follqwir g dayMrs Ensor had many warn friends here who will be grieved to le rri of her death Aunt Mar ha Sansberrya respected colored woriaan of the Hardms Creek Vicinity died at her home on the 14 Mr James Montgomery bought of Mr Alex Hamilton of Meade county the noted stalion Fancy Boy We are informed that Mr Ben Cecil has sold his farm to Mr Lum Mont gomery of Marion county Price un known Mr Lyne Cecil is on a visit to relatives in Owe boro Mr Elmo alker has returned from ia few days vi it to friends in Louisville Mr Colbe t Fields of Cincinnati is visiting frien s and relatives here Mr Leonard McIntire accompanied by his uncle Mr Fprres Cecil who have been spending a few weeks at this place hare returned to their home in Uniontowri Mr T E Ballard arid others from this place will attend the State Fair jMiss is the guest of her sister ll rst Frank Montgomery this week 1iMr TWIm It nKeene spent Sunday in Bardsfown I Mr Many Olvfey wife and little son Jesse visits friends at Dants Station Saturday and unday Miss Emma Ensor who was called tor Lebanon by he sickness and death of her grandmott er has returned Home A good ma y from this attended theplcniat Fret1ericktown last Saturday Alj report a ood time 141rm 4 Jiderson haslrented his farm toFSpringfield in he neat future The protrapted meeting closed at Hardins Greet church on last Saturday with seven additions Mr Charley Bringle after spending a few weeks viith relatives in Missouri and Oklahoma has returned home Mr John Is ally still remkins on the sick list J Born r Bern to th jlwife of Thomas Reed on last Sunday a girl A tributeIl ulIand somehow we do just that it is something divine in the human way There is the sweetest thing in the world to remember about Sidney Green It is this His mother loved him best Ah then one does not need to say much more mall the heat break of his going away to those v ho lobed him here there is this beautiful thing to make their personal loss jiist an uiseifishnessfor he has gone to atlismorecan so sure boy was just given the greatest privilege atall that he might go to her A long time agol because he was the frankest oddest funniest little boy in the world they began calling him toyedhimHuckfelt there was nobody else you had ever known like him this absolutely mapytimesjgentlA little while more and Huck would butnknowingcut these years in half and get the ale of his temperament he was sucnj a boy People who see that thinglremostly funny themselves as w o have that saving sense of the absurd and to whom Js that odd delightful gift of humor which was his the Years do not make them more old or serious Hack would have been a boy al ways t thinka boy that you wo ld someonels1dto jUf3tbhdid not have an enemy in worldS How could ftHuck7J have an enemy He could not inspire or cherish ani worlpihiswaygracious friendly full of sweet cheerful qualitytGetting well to Sidney meant many thingshe hoped so much for those new days when f he should be strong again and talked with the finest faith beIsoones and ones heart ful of a splendid belief in itself and its good truth a belief one means to make count some day Those who will miss him so cannot but feel jf he had to go it was sweet to have him go like that A FRIEND LONG RUN The meeting will begin at Pleasant Hill on the night of the 23d instead of the 28th A neighbor recently t ldus that a pros1peiron weed stalks to hang some of hip tobacco on Solomon says there is nothing new under the sun but verily we never heard of this before It is seldom a man who is called havelaMr John Cocanougher may be seen parly these September mornings with afl the eagerness and agility of a youth styIguniOn to the frisky tittle squirrel Nor have the efforts of tne hunter been in rain for he has bagged fourteen of these wary little animals The old hunter Mr Will Elliott says there are grayisting story of the family cat that ame to the home and seemed to be in rouble She let the family know she anted something and leading the way she took them some distance where she had killed a half grown rab it whosemeat she had not disturbed- thus seeming tot with human intelligence Bro Purdom began a meeting with A For SIIe1 III will unless sold PrnvatelYolI SATURDAY SEPT 28 loJfer for sale to the highest bidder the House and Lot on Lebanoii street knownv as the Leachman home An opportunity to buy a nice home cheap Good Stable mid grass lot for cow and horse Will gladly show prospective buyers through house at any time For fur ther particulars apply to or address WALTER E LEACHMAN- 371T Springfield Ky i LI I f 1tf t i MENS STYLH FALL and WINTER J I i- Overcoats1 Suits and j II JUST RECEIVED II1 Famousfihigh t Art Make j lJUST I New Styles I I nan arid Ialllover Shoes I the Salvisa church on Sept 9 He will do the preaching as that church is without a pastor Geo Wells who seriously cut Hugh Lawrence at Aliceton a vear ago Was recently sent up for four years by the Boyle county circuit court We try to give the news correctly but sometimes errors for which nobody seems to be responsible will creep in thus showing us upih ran awkward iMrL wife spent Sunday with Mr rand Mrs J D Zan keyiMr J H Goode and wife Mr John Cocanougher and family and Mr Mil ler and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs Ludlow Bottom SundayrMr and Mrs John L Harmon and Mrs Josie Holderhian and son Henry visited at Danville Saturday and Sunday j Mrs Laura Best and Mjayme Bottom visited Mrs Lizzie Best Friday Mrs Lizzie Cocanougher and daugh ter visited Mrs Sarah Cocanaugher near Enido Monday Mr and Mrs Lee Staton were guests of relatives near Stewarts Sunday Mr Jimmie Best and family visited his uncle Mr James Best near Stew arts Saturday night and Sunday Paying Through the Note Paying through the nose is to be Indirectly swindled in a transactionor to pay an exorbitant price for a thing In consideration of long credit A variant is to he bored through the nose bored here having the meaning of cheated deeeived At this Instant lie bores me with some trickIrenry ViII 1 128 hathbored1602 II 103 r 1 And Howell in his Instruction For Forreu rrav11riG50 page 00rhnd known divers Dutch geufleraen grosly guld by this cheat the selling of forged manuscripts to young travelers in Italy and some English bord also through the nose this way by paying excessive prices for theniNotes and Queries Oldest of British Sports Hawking is the oldest of all British sports To the uninitiated the most marvelous feature of hawking Is the manner in wh ch the hawks them selves naturally th j wildest and wariest of the feathered tribe have been theirlibertyfrom the blue In obedience to the will of the falconer This indeed seems the more remarkable when one learns that the best birds are those which have attained miitm ity In a wild state London Ladies Field HWe are also showing an exception 11yFine Assortment YOUNG MENS andBOyS CLOTHING In the best makes cut in the Newest Styles I Jt YOU WILL FIND HERE A t LARGE RANGE Of s MENS and BOYS ODD PANTS AT PRICES Come and make your Selection while You have the Full Stpcjf to Pick From y RECEIVED Fall inr H MM nearJenkinsville relatives RIGHT MQORESVILLE V Born to the wife of Robert Titgle a 12pound girl Miss Julia Parks of Danville spent last week with her sister Mrs W J Carney rf Mr Edgar Brown WIfe and son Hubert of California spent two weeks lstwentThey returned home last Monday bydctwill at once be filled Several of our people attended th picnic at Fred ricktown last Saturda Mrs Bettie Bryler and children Gi bert and Ethel visited her brother U S Goode for two weeks Theyarj attending the State Fair this week Mr Hughley Goode of Lexingto visited his uncle 11s Goode lait week Evey ingI THAT A MAN WEARS Can be FOUND flERE In the Best Makes TheRobertsonClaybfrooke Co1JN PIMC ing andnight A W Eddleman purchased a tract of land from Pile and Moran for 700 cash k Miss Lou Ella Boblet has returned to ChaplfnSeveral from here will attendthe re union at Springfield next Saturdayj MrJ W Wall sold to Bernard Wall forilOOOW 0 Ellis sold a suckling calf to Emmet Settle for 10 Mr Ham Sweeney and family andj Mr Sam Sweeney of Monmouth Ill are visiting friends ndretatives here Miss Dessie Weekley oij Greenbrier t visited her parents from Saturday un tiHMondayIMr Robert Read of Woodlawn attended church at New Hope last Sun day night Neat Town in Holland The neatest town in the world is Brock In Holland So tidy are the Inhabitants that they will not allow horses in the streets It contains a population of 2700 and the chief In Sf dustry is the making of Edam cheese WAL i IIMIERDem- ocratic NomifieeF r Governor A- NDCONGRESSMAN s BEN JOHNSON Will address the Voters of Washing ton county in Springfield Thursda night Sept 26 at 8 oclock 4 r T w T ir 4 w k t l p THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 j st tIz lt 4t1 r ii sI Livery Outfit t Foii1 + 3 J + r SalePI Monday Sept 23 I Jst COUNTY COURT DAY tv In order to close our partnership and quit the livery usiness we will conduct a public sale at DUT stable in 1ptingfield pn the above date J EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD 51 lorses Buggies Sur t ysH rnesstc f 15 head of horses family Drake jn good shape 5 new hi htprice btgfe bought fit + in April 2 surreys 8 sets single harness t 1 set double harness I Dicks live cE tcutting box j 011 Tirms mad known on day of sale j Sale to begin Prompt flm i i 1f 1 Parks iiI 4g S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer j t Its+ 4 fit tDr1JJ1 M1 t Burton jii DENTiST Teeth Extracted With r IoutPain tIi r All Dntal Vork Strictly Firstt class Springfield A Office in Hi Rpn Block up stairs t Loa1 News Notes j DONT PioRGETrThe Slating Rink will open Friday night September 20ifor the season rM A Shirley Co Willisburg want to hire a blacksmith for the in coming y jar Good house furnished We wiIhave the cornerfull of goods f by the 5th Come in and see us and ffsee have and get prices at whatlwe CamDbells II f The ladies of the Springs y geld Chi istian church will give a court day din er iQ which all are invited the 4th itondav IIi October FOR ENTBy Mrs Laura West 15 acres of corn ground near St Rose f Apply to W F Grigsby Springfield Insure in the Farmers Horn 1 insur cance Company the only company that pays its losses in full J NI Wells iti General tfnj Junction City Ky FOR s4LEone Deering Corn Har vester p ood as new Will sell cheap i J K WALLS Spri igfield Ky RFDNo2 To CL DSE OUTA lot of Duck Hats at25c nd 50c They formerly sold at from 75c to 175 M s Box PARTY rThere will be a box party given by the ladies of the Pleas ant Run Methodist churcb at thePleas ant Ru i school house Saturday ijight Scpt2 Notc is hereby given that the 5 per cent p nalty has been added to all un paid set ool tax for 1907 which mustjbe paid in sixty days from this date or a Stax ws rrant will be issued and placed in the hands of the sheriff for collec Ition JS C WHARTON Secy J LOST M0NEYAt the Fredericktowh picnic ast Saturday Miss Della Wal ker on j of the solicitors for the church picnic l sta five dollar bill If an honest person found ItIt will be reoI Jurned to Miss Walker S ft Campbell reports Danville court ay as being wellattended and about 100 cattl on the market eyery thing ellihg Very wcllMilk cows in better demand than any September court na long time mule colts sold AjJ jnules well a id a good demand for feeding fi r We sti1ipa m cash for chickens and eggs Letjitis ye th mW e are not in the Campbells s pInici1ber 2f ovn by the members of he tBapiast Sunda y school A warm invitati n is e tend d the other Sunday- choolsk of town to participate in h day plesant utingsREAL ESTITE DE ALS The folllwing real estate Meals have been consumr mated withi the east few days by B D Lake en andForret Cecil o MC Montgorery 8 cre in i e St Rose neighorhood Byron CroL and offuIt to J Colter 209i n the Boor neiorhood 1Hf FILLED APTIST PuLPITThbIei Atkins o Perryvi le coducted gu- arl servic at the aptist churcjun day morni in tli abence tor Rev v H illiams whdtas sisting Re Atk s in a ievival ieet mg at Pryyille The discour Was an able ooe and was deliyeriioa large congregation v SH0WC IING4eplay Tenight in a Bar oomf will be given m Springfield Saturdnight epf 21 by Frank Grs olds Company of tunderBarroom has 1hj commendatioij df the best pe ple aijTd the companyij that is to presei t it her is highly prafsexl for the su jerior presentation of the play where rer it h s shown SUNDAY IscHOOi WORK The Rev Wm Ale gg son yi Nashville a nation al Sunday school worker was in Springfield n last Sunday in the inter est of Sun Ly schd work He preach ed in the porning at the Presbyterian church anc in the afternoon and evening deIi d tw interesting Iecture pertaining to this phase of religious work THei iectures were delivered the Presbjylerian thurch and well filled greeted tHe speaker each time The sevr cliur es in the town gav way to tne Hecturar at the evening ser vice FOR AGE 1S4N OPPORTUNITY I The OH World Aiid ts Ways By Wiljfem Jennings Bryan I TNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS1 576 Imperial ct4ro Pages 251 Superb Enrayi gs fjrom Photographs taken bj Col Bryan Re odnts is trip around the won and I is visi 0 al nations The reat est 04k o tra4el eyer written Th e most successlul book of this generation 25000 Icalled for m 90 days Write us for sample r ort of first 80 agthLt s eniployed TIie buy it eagerly The agents harvest Outfit FREE Send fifty c cover cost of mail ing and hand ingj THETHOMIS01I PUBLISHING CO SLilDbuis Mo j Pf t hSL I E E EEiee Ei C EfEE SCHOOL NOTES 1 5 35d3 J1 The first term of th6 fourth year of the graded school opene4 with the largest attendance in its history The largest first days enrollment until this year was 229 this year the en rollment was 273 Enthusiasm newed strength in their work andIterize all the pupils aft r the and if we are to judge of the coming years work by the good resolution- s4pressedby all in their entrance com positions on What I expect to do this year it will surpass all previous records for progress missingfromSome have left us to finish their stud les in different collegfes and universi ties some have taken up the sterner duties of life and tone whom we all loved and admired for her kindness and genial comradeship has answered the final roll To those who haye left us we send a fervent Gleick Aufr and the sincere hope that they may find their new associations as pleasant and profitable as they were here for her whom wehave lost we frame in our affections ah image that will not be forgotten nor effaced and an influence which sfmeet again Many new pupils have matriculated in all the grads Ibut none of whom mdre is anticipated than our old friend and schoolmate Jno Roberts On Friday afternoon the Literary Society organized by the election ot the following named officers Jrio Kx b erts Pres Ollie Barber Vice Pres DawsonJSargeantatArms will be held on Friday Sept 27 Har ry Shultz and Ed Willett are the leaders The subject Is War a Curse or Blessing will be settled again subject to the approval of the Hague Conference At the same met renf7Prof Kisner and Miss Ida McClure the two new members ol the faculty have madba impression and both trengthening thE t glVe1promiset Alice Haydon of tne eighth grade gradiisKnight Handy is back again after the summer with his parents Dawson says poets may sing as they please of Loves young dream P but that his test experiences have come since he became bald i The students are trying to organize af club to occupy thefgallery at the Lec ture Course to be given at the Opera wouseportunity within the reach of all have been promised INotice vTherecolts at my place at i oclock p m Saturday Sept 28th All in terested in mules invited anda special invitation is extended to mule buyers We will give youth glad hand and meefyoj hall way in any mule you may want o buy IrE SHELBY H At PUbic Aucti9nI If not sold priyately 1 will on Satur day Sept 21 offer at public pale oh thd street in Springfield my wo horses wagon and harness log chains log bolsters also hay baler MRS J L PARDIEU S i FARMFor I will unless sold privately on Monday Sept 23 Being County Court DayI 0Atthe highest bidder without reserve at the vCourt house door in Springfield Ky the Farmfmerly owned by J S Suttoh better known as the Bob Mont gomery farm lring on the Mackville andringfield jturnnike 6 miles from Spririgfield and bmi nnd onehalf miles from Fenwick containing 70 acres more or less wellimproved This farm has on it a good 6room house cellar in yard the finest well in county never dry large can be used for stock buildingThis i land 8 acres bottom mostly in grassy well fenced and watered close to school and church Ppssession at once For luither information call on me at Springfield Ky Terms made known on day of Sale CIIASIH TUMEY Ie eIe I Q QQQOQO QQOQOS 0 aI Personal Notes J JQVisitors In and Out of TownA o Round Up of the Weeks 1 Personal News Q ao OOOfa ottoa Q Q O Mr Will Vardy of Havana Cuba is spending a few dayswith friends here Mr Lee Curry of Harredsburg visited relatives here the first ot the week Miss Sadie Mayes speht several days in Lebanon last week TMrs Jack Daugherty ot Bards town is visiting Mrs Lulie Kelly of near town Miss Zula Nally is spending this week in Louisville Dr Richard RoBards was in Dart ville several days last week attending circuit court Miss Susie Penn is visiting rela tives in Scott and Harrison counties Mr and Mrs George McBride of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs M L S arcy Mrs W mH Hill of Jeanerett La has returned home after a visit to Miss Elizabeth Leachman Mrs Wm H Hill of Jeanerett and Miss Elizabeth Leachman were guests of Miss Cooper of Lebanon tfifc latter part of last week Messrs Robert Marks and W H Spears attended the dedication of the Masonic Temple at Lebanon Tuesday Rev R is Lawson and W F Neikirk left yesterday morning for Middlesboro as delegates from the Presbyterian church at this place to the fall meeting of the Transylvania Presbytery Mrs E Y Penick of Marion coun tyspent several days last week with- erh brother WF Neikirk and family Mr and Mrs N 1 Adams and daughter Elizabeth of near town are visiting relatives in Mrcer ounty Mrs Will Young and son Robert are visiting in owen oro Mr JE Shelby is attending the State Fair this week Miss May Booker of Little Rock Ark who has been in Springfield on a six weeks visit to relatives returned home Saturday Judge and MrsWE Selecrrian1 were guests of their daughter Mrs E p partfv aisitingMrMiss Louise Haydon left last Sat urday for Memphis Tenn where she Ill attend school Mrs J J Sharp Mrs Ann Burton and Jerome Wilson of Willisburg are attending the State Fair this week Mr H A Thacker of Hopkins ile has been visiting at the home of s J D Barker s YoungIareMiss LiMe Simms who has been employed as bookkeeper for the past two weeks for the telephone company in Lebanon spent Sunday at home Mrs has Edelen and children have returned to their home in Louis v ilIafter a four weeks visit to rela tives h re- Miss Lou Booker is spending this week at Harrods Qreek Mr Frank Lanham of Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs Tom Hardesty Mr and Mrs Fred Grigsby Have returned froma yisit to relatives at Chaplin Mr James CleMents spent Tuesday in Louisville Miss Annie Nally has returned from a pleasant visit to her uncle Mr jJohn Smith of Lebanon Miss Nally was a guest at a party given at the home of Mr Nat Wilkerson in Lebanon Thurs day night and reports a feast of fun on the occa ionIMr Thos Medley of rb GeoIEMedley Misses Mary Lee Sir lins and Rob bie Simms are visiting in Louisville this week MR Thos W Simms Jr is attending the State Fair Mr James J Gray csv of Louisville returned home this morning after a visit to his father Mr T J Graves Misses Eyaand Lizzie Cooper of Washington Irid who have been vis iting their aunt Mrs J W Bushre turned to their home this morning Miss Edith Clemens and MrMar shall Duncan are visiting friends in Harrodsburg today Miss Annie Mayes left today for the Jamestown Exposition for a several days visit Before returning she will visit Norfolk Washington City and SkatintLKIPK n other places of interest Miss Mayes will be accompanied on her trip by Mr and Mrs Nat Curry of Harrods urg Miss Mary Gleason is the g est of relatives in Louisville Mr Will Medley of Owens oro is visiting his mother Mrs Geo E Medley Misses Ellen Gregory and Mary Bell Gibbs left Monday for Dan rile to attend school MrsT B Blanford is sp n ing- several days in Louisville this w ek Mrs S E Clements arid children are guests of hersister Mrs kjorg ej Greene of Louisville Mr and MrsJ C Shaker are spending a few days in Louisville Mr Charlie Killinger and little daughter have returned to thei home in Louisville after a two week visit to her aunt Mrs J L Allen SM Campbell is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week buying goads tor Campbells corner grocery Mr Lyman Barber left Monday morning for Wisconsin where he will enter college MrG T Jarvis the Republican nominee for State Senator is in town Among those from Springfield and surrounding community who are attending the State Fair in Louisville this week are- Sthe following Mrs Fannie Blandford Miss Lucy Selecman Mr and Mrs T S ott Mayes Misses Robbie and Mary Lee j3imms Chas Brady Mrs W A Waters Miss Elizabeth Waters Miss Joie Lee Miss Mary Gleason Mrs Harry Shader Miss Willie Knott W L McClellan Miss Annie McElroyJC Shader Mrs Katie Williams Rojbt McClellan LeoNunan Miss Eunice ONan Miss Annie McElroy Miss Francis Martin Mr and Mrs F M Martin Mrs H M ONan Mrs Hugh Stiles Mrs W E Greene Will ONan Wallace Rog ers Mrs Conrad Hertlein A C Mc Elroy W A Waters OFWhartori Mrs J L Wharton HM Moss Mr nd Mrs W T Mchlroy found At Last J A Harmon of Lizemore West vasays fAt last 1 have found the perfect pill that never disappoints Die afflictedvithtion will say take Dr Kings Nw Life Pills J1 Guaranteed satisfactory 25c at Haydon Robertson Druggists m on on extra stric 3 m ilk all fresh fat with Steer by steer calve II r with 7 pigs No 12 good as new com para w f J MA Seed sowers Lard Press THE SICK LIST An of sickness has beenI in for tile past few weeks on the si kJ list at present are the Jennie is ill at the of her G G f Gatlett of Mr Geo has been illfor several pf Others ill of fever are The son of Berry son of Tony Berry Ed son of Bob Foster Geo Wet has iUifor Mr confined to his room Mr who been from Illness is Mr has been confined to his bed for several = = test for Medal at the of Will Also The atmy on St Phone The and chance you t will ever to Jearn some thing about music and to an in that will always be pleasure in a few time Begin at IL t l Having sold I w the above date at oc pck p my farm limile from Springfield the j ike sell to the the towit Three extra good Brood Mares with three and sold the way they the niQst money i nice yearling filly bT Fancy Boy ly sound and nice good Cows arid i xtrajer seycow 3 milkers 1 cow calf her side j 2 weanling 2 weanling heifer nice Duroc weigh 125 pounds 2 nice brood sows each PlovvVutcan 2 good double hovels i single shovel jplow and i rhore turning i 1 harroy Single and double trees gearing Etc shovels etc- i top buggy and harnes Cutting Box OPENs Friday blIGHT ForRrnaindrsfSatgn Follow the Crowd epidemic prevalent Springfield Among those following Miss Craycroft home brotherinlaw Mr Wharton Miss Odie daughter Catlett days typhoid fever typhoid Ed Bpblitt Eddie Mattingly Mattingly Rufus been several days Osier is Sweeney Hagan has a prolonged sufferer unimproved Ormsby Shewmaker days ssiaiWiI= = Mandolin ANDA Guitar ClassTA- Ufl1 BY Sue W Rayr pupiltohave J publicGold end term Teach Beginners J on VIOLIN Class room home Main 172Icheapest best probably have play strument a months searsClub= W4 Public SaleWEDNESDAY OCTQBER 2ndmy farm lon 1 Lebanon highest bidder following property Mule Colts JackThesearate bring calyes Hogs about turning tivelyn plov diggers Russell 3 good sugar Kettles Mowing blades V I hew log box nevcrbeeii uiftl Lot of Sorghum molisses i About 1 500 bundles maehraetie ii Oats 2 goOd heating coaltsto yes 4 rag carpets reasonably oocrl1 2 good feather beds iind beddia Quilts Blankets etc i good kitchen safe r i good extension tabe 5 Bbadsteads all kit hen Dish chairs rocking chins etf i lotCarpenters Tools V Ilbedroom suite 15 or 2o rod Woven Wire Fen Lot of loosewire 75 Oak PobtNewI Lot of loose Lumber Saddle S day Clock The Farm of 50 acres well improved will be offered I3on the above date e Auctioneer SM Campbell I V C Hamilton 1111 1 fl I j 7zw rjr I 6 THE SPRlNGFfeLD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1907Iit The Lion and I the Mouse son re belliously f WI y sI ou1 I punishVmyseJfprliy shoutwe punish se nearest and ntlyTheways suffer where their loved ones are tc rtnreel Why are things as they are 1 1 dont know I know they 1l1 J3hey up and town the room while she gazed IJstles sly out of the vf indow to king fore cab that was to carr her away from this hous of disap ont t meat He pleaded with liert ttt I ave tried honorably and ailed ritYou 3iave tried honorably and ailed the sting of impotent f iluie enough to meet without striving agalh t a ho eless love i II ap r proac red her ind said softly love you Shirley ont drive met dcs r perat on Nu t I be punished because you liave failed Its unfair The beviJitrBut they are its the law said 7 Slurl y with resignation Tie law he echoed Y + s the law Insisted the girl Imans law hat Gods the sum un just law erIman s law wuich is put into the I ands triJteatJSh5 sank into a chair and covering ttpler faco wept bitterly Bet Teen her pbs she ried brokenly Il believed in the 1over of Io a to eoftfn your fathers heart I bel eyed that with Gods help Fcould bring him to see the triith 1 believed that ruth and OJe won d make him see the ight but t hasnt I stayed on tiiid on hop ing against hope until the time has t gone by and its too latetosave ira = t golnglast miserable forlorn hope anl in this hour the darkest of all you ask me o think of mV love our love your hqpPlness your fu ure m future Ah wouldnt it be suliiniej selfishness1 Jefferson kneeie down beside the thai r and taking ijer hand ill his led to r jasou with herand comfort he i4dsten SllrleYthe said do n t do eomsthing you will surely regret You are punishing the not only because I L bav2 failed but because you have 1all r ed bo It seems to me that if obelieved it possible to accomplisli so mu ill If you had soymuch faith hat yo have lost your faithrather quickly I teiieved in nothing I had no frith an yet I have not lost hope She shook her head and gently withr dr w her hand lt Is useless to insist Jeff erjipn tin til my father is cleared of this stain our livesyours and minemust lie it theyithe room unobserved and stood watch tag them Shirley immediately rose to hei feet indignant resenting this in hadIshe reflected quickly how couldshe prevent id He was at home free to 1co a and go as he pleased but she wajs not compelled to remain in the Bame room with him She picked up th4 few things that lay about and with tj Contemptuous toss of her head re treated into the inner apartment leav Inj father and son alone together i Hum grunted Ryder senior I ra her thought I should find you here tut I didnt quite expect to find you on r yoir kneesdragging our pride in the m id It Thats where our pride ought to be reforted Jefferson savagely He felt in thi humor to say anything no matter w at the consequences So she has refused you again eh id Ryder senior with a grin Yes rejoined jefferson with grow li g irritation She objects to jny fj tmily 1 d rift blame her The financier smiled grimly as he an ffvered Your family In general me In par cular eh I gleaned JLhat much when I came in He fooled toward the door of the room in which SJiirley had taken r jfuge and as if talking to himself he L added A curious girl with an invert el point ofview sees everything dif f rent to Bothers I want to see her be f re she goes He walked over to the door and rais el his hand as if he were about to knock Then he stopped alf he had rdtitsJDo you mean to say that ale has one with yotI1 r Yes answered Jefferson bitterly Finally Yes finallyforever Does she mean It asked Ryder skepticallyYes f liters to me whHe t er father is still in peril There was an expression of half r usemerit half admiration on the Jnnanciers face as he again turned to and the door tIts like her just like her he mut erect He knpclied boldly at the door VWhos therecried Shirley from within tItls I Mr Ryder I wjsh to speak r au ofr iLmust beg yaW to excuse meh came Che itnswerhI cannot see you I Continued next week ec Coupon Books r couponbooksold at discount of 5 per cent a oaK o 1000 pounds at discount ot per cent Ice IS 50 cents hundred aSh must be paid sc 74 Jii x t4U 4 W t1 + + fit w t lj SALE i ih ti tit of OF = 1 f 4t 1 lrr r 1 1 r L a t Ip 31 I + frt i t + + wLt + f Live StockLaOda ito = + 4 w Lti 8 w L 1 1wW TLON 4 t l3 jfih4it r 1 fi LIt = iis r w rW Lh t its cTs W w J e J j S t mb t I jW t1 W w w ira w InJ order to dissolve partnership we ion the above date at U oclock pm offer qr aletp the high 7tI est and liest bidder on our farm 5 miles North of Springfield and 2 miles Eas pfY YaJly Hill Qh the foeefr 1jalid and V ally Hill turnpike the following Live Stock Land Etc t J 1 JY v 1f i +jtLiHrL W rW l 16 iFK Live Stock ju Good Work and+ brood Mares f Ce11ings pJerrearoId filly bIDare Weanling Filly o IIH Q good mare s1 j mule colts liIJhorse mule colts aw r ijt i 3 good milk cows t 1O yearling steers I 7O extra good stocK ew Ai W II LttoJf 5 sows due to pigs in afewdays ij1 Thoroughbred Duroc4rboarI 50 StocK HOds + ita approvedAsecurity pa i able in either bank six months after date interest from dateS 1 i y r i4 frt+ i 1 HH 1 HpH X Ir We will also offer for sale out Ltt t IIFarn1 Coptaining19t acres j f I +i If p GOOD DWELLING HOUSE1 TENANT HOUSE 3 BARNS Iill hold 2O acres of tobacco 2 GOOD WELLS 2 GOODS OR to HARDS THIS IS A NO 1 TOBACCO FARM Will be offered t in two separate tracts and as a whole if not soldprivately before day of sale Terms of Farm made known on day of sale it t1S jL CAMPBELL I Auctioneer s Deringer Montgomery i S i z i J + 11 M + i ti II r A ikt siu r t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER IS 1907 tc IAHfARTVWEtGOME Was fiiven Gov Beckham on the Occasion of His J Columbia SpeeChj Regardless of Politics the People of j Adair and Surrounding Counties Honor Their Governor r HIsjXribUite the People of the Moun f v tains Was Especially Pleasing It i to His Hearers lColumbia KYScpt 9Before an audience of several thousand people representative of this immediate sec lion of the state Governor Beckham this afternoon made his first speeclk in the Democratic state campaign Feeling honored by a visit from the governor of the commonwealth the people of Adair and the surrounding counties regardless of politics gave very hearty welcome His was vigorous from the begin JItmi the close and was wel1ire His tribute to tho people of uuntains vfas especially pleas- Ing to his hearers He declared dur- Ing thtcpurse of his remarks that he would be glad to leave the governors chair on the expiration of his term and asked that God and the patriotic citizen hip of Kentucky grant that hIs successor be Judge R W Hagen who Stands firmly and without equiv ocation upon every issue and who will give to the people a wise and ecbnon ical administration of their affairs The governor spoke as fol lows You will readily agree With me thai it Is b atter to judge of what a man will die by what he has done in the past than by what he says he will do and that you can better forecast what a part will do in the future by its record in the past than by tIe prom- Ises of Its platform and of its candi f dates If a man convicted of perjury- or fails swearing makes 11 statement or a promise we may well be on our 1k guard with him and discredit whatever he might say If ajarty which Jlias coine before you the past mak- Ing far promises and jittering serious charges against Its opponents and when given power by you has violated those promises and signally failed to make good those charges cornea again makin the same promises and charges it is well to look upon it with doubt and fear before again giving it a chance to betray you r j Let ins ajee in what attitude each of these two political parties stands be fore yo I In this campaign in the light of its past record its promises and Itl1 performances By that test alone itis fir to between the two and by that test speaking for my party ask that the people of Ken mberlelectioWhat the Party Promised pIiiced1tfor governor Hon W 0 Bradley then as now the dominant and con trolling force in his party in this state and In the speeches they made the Inthellplatlorm d fulsome promises do if fleeted to the promised the moral political and industrial regeneration of Kentucky They promised a new era In the states progress land development that the laws would be strictly enforced and that peace and content ment v ould everywhere prevail They made Lhe gravest possible charges ajainat the Democratic party and Its rheytw cry look at the books they made their campaign Democratic derS refuted these charges and warned the people that It would be disastrous to place the Republican party in control tnthls Istate or in any Southern state that It believed in force and fraud and in the subordination of the civil to the military power But in vain were the charges denied and these warnings Uttered Many people were deceived and misled Suspicions were created In the minds of many goOdnjeople that possibly there had been mismanage ment and corruption in the Democratic administration Unfortunate dissen sions arose In the Democratic party and tbf Republican ticket wIth a Re publicanlegislature was elected the first time tn the history otthe state In December of 1895 and January 1896 they came into possession of the state government and for over four years held it Wherein Republican Administration Failed In that dark and fateful period what a record was made For incapacity mismanagement and disaster 4it has never been equalled in this r tate Theiricampaign cry forua look at the books was answered and for over four iyearfr they had ample time to look at emBut never were they Able t find a single cent of the peo pies money not properly accounted for Not a vestige of fraud or corruption upon the part of the previous Democratic administration could they discover Their campaign charges were ihown to be false and insincere jut as they are now What did they 4o toward upbuilding and advancing the welfare of the state Nothing I whatever but to turn back for at least t I r a gener Ton the deal that marked Its progresl and development fairmin led Republican wjil adniltUiat- It was the most turbulent period iu the con mon wealths history with the possible exception of the time of the Cjvil wj r In place brthf bread they promise I you they gave you a stone Instead of the new era of peace and prosper ty abnut which tliey prated sd much in toe campaign they establish eda rei earniyal of military usurpa hon and bloodshed The new admin istration had not been in power three months when the Republican gover norcalk d into active service the state militia nclIlacudit in control of the General Assembly bt the state then in sessl n Tlrorewas absolutely no necessity for such an arbitrary and unwarranted exercise of power It was an unconstitutional effort upon the part of one branch of the government tcfl intimidate amTcontrol the ac tion of coordinate branch A mem ber of tl e General Assembly could not enter tiCapitOI without the permis sion ofi military officer The whole JUJp of it was to foifce the election 1 of a Republican to the1 United States senate l Innunerous other instances was the same flagrant use m e or and in tbe state election of theIIliIluaj W S T ylor was the inee fo governor this lican gc vernor in his desperate desire to aid i i Taylors electIon called into active service state troops in thre city of LouiJ villa on ejection day in order to Intth date and influence the voters During hat entire administration law lessne4nd crime were rampant Night Riders andCIy County Re called Republican leaders now try to re Elect tip n the Democratic aclmfnistra lion by referring to the Breathltt coun ty trout les and the reports about tbe night iders Let them go back to the Urn ontrolIaiid ref memories about ti tollgate raiders and feudal wars in some of the conn ties Let them read the mes ages of their governor to the picturestime l it was not fair to hold him responsible for the tollgate raiders the Clar county fend and other sim ilar outbreaks it certainly is not fair to hold Democratic governor respon- sIble for the Breathitt county arid other si th troubles One of the chief reasons for which tile Republican gov ernor in 1897 called an xtra session of the General Assembly was to get more paVer to stop lawlessness in the state Dark Record of 1S991900 in Kentucky Then in Dec mbeV 1899 vlth the use of the military at the polls fraudulent tissue ballots in many counties corru tlinand force in the election there ca ne into temporary power Taylor andjiis bloody cohorts Confronted y hi Democratic opponent with a cont1tu lonal contest before the Gen stasecapitalRealizing the hopelessness of his case ssanqmurderolsII dowh in mortal agony the man whom he not defeat in a legal or con stitution U way Almost instantly concealmentfreidYlath the capltolgrounds took posses sion of the buildings un4er orders from th Republican governor guard ed all tl e entrances and drove back the civil officers who sought to enter ariel arr st the murderers And yjtthey tell us It is persecu Ifhedanwments vho admits that he wasonly forty fe t from where the fatal shot was fire and prohibited thf c vil of ficers fibm coming in to make a search He siispended the writof labeas corpus He issued his procla nation adjourntig the legislature to London without he slightest authonity of Jaw He had lis lawless sOldiery uslnc their bayonet to drive the senators and representatives from their halis and chas ti lem through the streets of Frank fo tI like a lot bt reio ns prevonting them from whre itfet ror the safety lives uiwere compelled to rtrclblY leave thj capital and go to tile Louinvll e where they mi their sessions He sent hlsr adjutant general with a lawless mob o the Capital Ihotel1 where William 3oebe1 lay suff with the agonies of his cruel w undthatbY their hol terous laughter and the grounding o their arms ujon the brick pavements they might disturb the last hours inf the dying man He made it nccesBary for the Gou t of Appeals to abandon their crurtri m and seek safety In the city dangcroustr cityAtive fro n Justice who will return In triumph to Kentucky with a pardon beforo trial in his pobket if MrWill s0n and the Republican ticket are eJncteH n NovomhRr vyillsonj Would Pardon W S Taylor This 1R the man too whom a Re publicar state one Uon only a few years a 0 after he had done all these things Indorsed for his resolute and jatrlotl course This Is the man whoM iWillaon says was resolute and paLrjotic whom Mr yillsou support d in 1899Vand upports noW If he hi sever changed his opinion he has not said so 4Is hany better tljan Governor Bradley his mentor chief ad i visor I he any better than W S tTayorwhOae resolute arid patriotic indorsed Can we ex H pect more of him than we icould jof TaylcrpIf friniItion he hap been made betjter than they wore He cannot answer by re bashlessadministration Ho must one to the point ciiec The people have no tol eratijon fort dodging or equivocation He must either flofeiKi tho artministra tionH of to senior Bradley and Taylor or And ho cannot do nressin tho futility of his rffrt1diatfUwm and the absurdity of v soniewhat of hir embarrassment and answer it for him He will not denyfhjiat my answer is twoItoIsendhrill the other a free man back to Kentucky methington Financial Conditions us ok at thp financial condition of affairs when thatparty took charge in January S96aud he con dition whop they went out tin Fob ruary 9001 The Republican auditor stated that he found a debt of18OQOO with cash in the treasury amountlng to 15373438 leaving a net debt of i 64626562 Taking their own figures about whici there 1much queftion and it is pr hahlf thafc they overstated the amount the fact remains that thet debt which they found was not as great as the debt which they left in February 1900 for a tat ment from the au Htorroffice shows that on Feb 26 Democrats took charge of that department the total liabilities amounted to 06299187 with 36333457 cash in the treasury leaving a net debt of 169965730 a greater amount than the debt which they say existed when they firsjt took charge It therefore Hjjp um tuau not wlt11standinpthelrlncrease of the tax cents bonds forrn which they received nearly 540000 all done for the avowed pi rpose of paying off the state debt hey left the state in heavier debt tian they found it They charged this debt to what they called Democratic extrava gance not explaining to the people that the preceding Democratic admin istration hall been burdened with ex traordinary demands upon its re sources owing to the long session of the Constitutional convention and the Unusually long session of the general assembly o l919293 made necessary for thej purpose of a revision of all our laws in accordance with the new constitution In order to pay off this debt as they claimed they called an extra ses sion of the eijerai assembly in 1897 and secured the passage of acts to enable them to issue bonds for 500 000 for wh chi they received about Itaxratefromdollars tOf2 cents Democratic members for these measure because they placed patriotism abovq partisanship and did not want to em bar r ss the financial affairs of the commonwealth merely to secure a par ty ncreased the State Debt advantaJ the result The bonded ate was doubled raiser it the tax Tate was to the highest point in the states offldebtsbigger debt than they found it In those four y ars and two months of power they appropriated only 187 000 for public improvements while the Democratic administration since It came into power with a reduced tax rate has paid off all the debt it inherited from the Republican admin Istratlon made Kentucky on of the tour or five sjates in the Union which have no debt and appropriated over 2500000 for public improvements and in the establishment and develop mont of our institutions In the bill ty which the Republican administration raised the tax rate to 52fc cients the provided that at the end ofj their term thctax rate should fall 5 centsrr be 47Vb cents under which we lived for two years when in 190 the general as8embl raised it to Ti cents the present rate fonsequentlywhen we came Into con trol in Fehr uary 1900 we round a reduced tax tate dwrlously cutting down our revenues it a critical time and a debt or about 1700000 facing us What Democracy Has Accomplished What have fwo done under such dls astrdus cond IOns With the whole BtaiQln disorder and chaos we calmly wejut to work while our emeralcs bit terly assailed and obstructed us and we trfnd to bring order out of an arch solvency out of bankruptcy Whether or nut we succeeded let the records poalc In mob rule we reesthoPlacfiortahIti of the Courts of Jistice Instead of plunging the state Into a Bloody civil warfare we calm y and p awaited the con stltii onal dEerniIuntIon or our cllmie- beror Judicial tribunals We aut fened much and we bore much Hav Ing von out in every court from tilt cfrcu t court Of Kentucky to the au prera C01 fdlthe United States wo start id out tan and business like way to deserve thC confidence place inus land to uplift Kentucky from the fearful condition In which Repu lican jmfsrule had left her We wiped out the state debt Wo boug t up and burned before they were due the hiilllqn dollars of bonds We enlarjged and Improved every pub lie institution in the state all of which were In a moist deplorable condition i i 9 wTen rwe took charge We placed themqpon the best basis ever before known and equal to those In the most progressive states in America Kentucky Isthe most generous state of a rln the appropriation of her revenues which she gives to the cause of educat on Out of her 50 cents tax rate sUe ives26 cents to the pub lie schoo s and normal schools one half cent to the state college and 2 cents to he sinking fund to pay the Interest n school bonds makirig 29 cents to that cause leaving only 21 conts for all the general expenses ofI the com uonwealth in all of its branches arid its public institutions Many ofIP counties of tho state have a higher rate than that for their counr ty exppnsjs In a few years with the present rogress if the Democratic party is ontinued in power we will have a school system equal to the b stint e coi ntry t Can an ope jpoint toa single thing done by the Republican administration for the benefit of education The only thin j it did was in 1899 when the state campaign was on and it padded the figures and created a largo deficit inrthe fund the following year in orderto show as large a per capita as possible for thn New Capitol 1 IItOI have nearly campa1tnj cap building costing leted structure one of dollars In beauty and magnifi handsomestthe Southern states It vill bi ex celled by few if any of the other cap itol buildings ir the country It will not be inferior In ajchitecture and beauty to the new Pennsylvania cap itol built by a Republican adminis tration at a cost of 13000000 When compared to the cost per icubic foot of every capitol built in th PilSYgen eration in any state the n Yjcapitol has cost less than any inj injothersted by all who have seen it as a su perb structure and splendidly puilt To the criticisms of our enemie we need only answer Go and look at it The marvel isthat so much could have been done and done so well for money used When completed theI few jnonths It will be a worthy of the pride of our p eop and of the admiration of all who behold it The Republican candidates in their scarcity of carnpaigiij material have tried to revive ar miserable old slander about the employment of an arch tect That question has been thoroughly met and answ red before the people The building cost 1250000 l anc the site nearly 40000 making 1293000 cost of site and structure We shall pay the architect who designed and plannedp who constantly superintends and watches is construction 51000 for his services or barely 4 percent of the cost fevery other state paid Its architect 5 per cent That Is what the government and every other con cern pays a firstclass architect Mr Willson borrows an old false hood for use in his campaign which has long sincef been exposed about a certain man ho offered to furnish plans for a capitol at 16000 andthat slUonlVethe matter was before us If this man should offer do It for nothing we would not accept it because hts rec ord in Texas and elsewhere shows that he was dishonest and corupt Tlv re port of the Texas capitol commission tells how he tried to rob that tate as tile architect of the capitol Mr Willsori knows the record of the man arid I am surprised to learn th4he thinks Myers1 ought to have been chosen If he was governor and My ers Is his kind of architect and hels Myerss kind of governor then we might have had In Kentucky a similar experience to the Republicanbuilt cap Itol of Pennsylvania SS i Republican Campaign One of Lies In every campaign where I have met them the Republican candidates have seemed i to be actuated by the overwhelming conviction that a false hood told to a hundred people was the best campaign argument If only fifty of thorn I ever hoar the correction of It Defeated every time when they have made such a fight ft Is surprising therefore that they have not profited by experience and pitched this campaign Upon a higher plane He anti his associates have been far back in the mountains trying to Im pose those wellknown slanders t pbn the good people there Two ot ers especially have they used one about the public printing work and the other about foes paid to attorneys In lsolJtednndwould ever get there to correct the raise impresaionKb t In the mountain county of 1et her where it is a nays horseback ride from the county Boat to arallroad he jhatthewhen he knew or ousht to lave known such to be m trueHP orj his coamnlon candinntes In an effort to cuh Rome Confederate votersItold that it was a Republican the General Assetnbly who introduced the hill to estabIshthe Confederate Hoine when they knew or ought to hftvo known that the records showed such to be untrue Many other similar Instances uld be named They have ell the old charge about extravagance the payment of publlq printing bills they know that aj Republican attorney general approved the bill about wJiich they complain haU a legislative In vestigating comrnittee completely ex onerated the rnfmbers of the board from all blame and reported tha ev r 1 f t jrytnlrig had been lohe lit accordance yith the law and the ccntract arid that the state fiscal court by its decl lion had also vindicated tie action of the board Owing to tl e large in theIInJstraUontitantration and yet the aver ge cost un der that was greater than it has been under this The annual j verage cost during their term was 46 8106 while the annual average under eight years of Democratic adniinistrat on dven in eluding the 28000 about Which they showing25679lcratic than under Republ han admin istration At no time in its history has the states printing b en done sc pheaplyas it has beenundir the Dem administration On some items of Ute contracts the pn lie printer makes a good profit on his york on many others hethasta do it ata loss It isnot fair therefore to pick out cer tain items upon which hp makes a profit and judge of the whole by that ExplodedChargesAnother they have resurrected to do service for them in this campaign is in regard to the payment of attorneys fees They accuse us efextravagance in the matter and seek tQ mislead and de ceiv the people about it They re centJy stated at Maysville that we had paid out 159000 attorneys fees aridtelLthat The records show that since became governor we have paid out for that purpose 17390214 But to make up that amount they have to put ofiwar claiVns amounting to 1324000 which has been explained so often and so fully to the people that I shall not take up time with it now It has been shown that Kentucky through Captain Calhoun collected her claims at less cot than that paid hy any col1eclionsit e fee paid waH a little over 5 per cent while no other state paid less than 10 per cent and some of them as high as 25 per cent So it has been in all the collections he has made for Kentucky or KentucKy soldier his fees have been less than those paid by any other state Now thisfee of 7l3 9995 was for an unusual and extraordinary collection and is not properly qhargeable to this amount When subtracted from It there Is left 10270219 In that amount too for which the Republican candidates try to hold us accountable is 2016784 which we paid on contracts made by Governor Brown Governor Bradley W S Taylor and W J Hendrick with which we had nothing to do It should also be deducted from the above amount and it leaves 8253535 the fair amount for which we should be accountable In the customary conduct of this work That much for eight years makes an annual average of 1031678 certainly a most reasonable amount upon which to conduct this business It should be remembered too that since the passage of the railroad rate law in 1900 the railroads with the ablest of counsel have contested every inch of the law through the state and federal courts and it has been necessary for us to employ good counsel In each instance to uphold the lawte validity f and these fees have augmented this amount Is it fair therefore for them to pad this amount with items which do not properly belong to It especially amounts contracted for under other administrations I have explained these matters with which the people have been made acquainted in previ OIlS campaigns merely to show the character of campaign now being con ducted by the Republican andIdates who have shown their willingness to distort the facts and perv rtc the rec ords in order to deceive tie people- It is certainly unworthy of men who seek high offices IB the commonwealth to go out into remote places and peddle such monstrous and wellknown deceptions The only possible excuse they could offer for doing so would beta admit that if they oonfmed them selves to the truth about the Demo cratic administration they would have to praise it and to praise it would eliminate every chance they have of electionSShall Not Evade the Issues But we do not intend that they shall evade the issue This Democratic ad ministration has redeemed every pledge it ever made to the people and when it closes its term at the end of tills year no one will be able to point to a promise it has violated or to a single instance whore It has been faithless to Its trust It has managed the public institutions of the state better than ever before When the Republicans were In con trolthecondlicttof the two peniten tlarles was the worst ever known and they were a great burden upon the taxpayers Sirice they came Under the control of a Democratic hoard a revolution and reformation have been accomplished In their condition Now instead of costing the state large sumn Ip maintain thorn they are selfsup porting and cost us nothing Excel lept improvements and advancements have been made too in the manage ment of all our charitable institutions Never before hnve they been more economically and successfully con trolled wide difference from the unfortunate condition in which we found them In 1900 Great Progress In Past Eight Years What has the administration done toward the material and Industrial welfare of the state It may be safely said that in the last eight years greater progress has been made than In the thirty years preceding that tiniIt may be shown too that more- Jf 2 1 fIJr tSCapital has been Invested in the ut3p in anyone year of the last Lour years t of Democratic administration than waar th4Republicans peoplatdidgovernment and in the enforcemehtiofcf the laws What has the administration done for the farmers and agricultural inter ests More than was ever done for them before in all the preceding ad ministrations together It has put litcf nd vigor intojthe agricultural depart ment of the state and made Ita UT ing active forqe for usefulness The vast goodit has done is well known to the farmers This Democratic admin istration luau also given to the farmers andtobacco raisers a law that mpre effectively enables them to fight the trusts Every intelligent and fair minded farmer In the state can tes tHy to the fact that this administra tion has not neglected their interest but has done more than all others ioi build up and advance their business recognizing that our farmers consti tute such a splendid citizenship What has it lone for the miners and mines of the state Go look at the statistics and find the answer The mineral production of Keiitucky has about doubled under this Democratic administration anjd now mines are be ing opened up HH fast as labor can beV found to work them Fewer strikes and serious difficulties of that kin have happened here than elsewhere In several instances the administra tion has interposed sucessfully Hs ser vices to bring about peaceful adjust ment of the differences In Its gen d1Impartial J that oa ch could see it hal a just friend in the Democratic administration Cause of Temperance Promoted What has it done for the great cause of temperance in which our pep i pie are so deeply interested It pass ed and put into operation the countySUnit hill a measure which gives to each county and to each city of the t first four lasses the right to decide whether or not intoxicating liquors shall he sold in its territory It does away with the precinct unit and makes the county the unit except as to the larger cities It has been In operation only a little over one year and yet In that time thirtyfive counties have voted put intoxicating liquors entlrely making In addition to the fiftyeight counties already dry ninetythree out of the 119 counties in the state absolutely under the local option law A large part of the remaining tventy six counties are also under that law Washington Named Republican Ticket Ybu have nothing to expect f the Republican ticket It was nominate from Washington by the Federai Rev enue Association The edict was sentIfrom there that Mr Wlllson should be nominated for governor and every opponent he had for the nomination promptly withdrew t do not attack the Republican peo pie pf Kentucky I believe In the honesty and patriotism of the masses of that party I have lived among them associated with them and hav i many warm friends among them Ir the many campaigns I have made frequently I tave gone into strong Re publican counties and made political speeches to audiences composed of more Republicans thaii Democrats and in all of that experience I have never yet met with the slightest act of dis courtesy or disrespect from the Re publican people If they did not agree with me in opInionS they yet treated me with respect It Is not against them that I wage this contest but against those of their leaders who have misled and deceived them It Is a notorious fact that the party organization of the Republican party in Kentucky has for years been con trolled by tIe who had at heart morelthe question of the distribution of fed eral patronage than the general wel fare of the party or of the common wealth I state this proposition wTth qut fear of successful contradiction jthe Republican masses of Kentucky t kind especially of the mountains i have fared better under Democratic administration than they did under RepnlH llcan administrationSGlad to Leave Governors Office Ilfyl ng term of nearly eight years as governor of this great common wealth = ls drawing to a close tri December next I shall retire from Its duties and responsibilities It is best for me that it should beso for the Burden of it has borne h upon me than might be slipposediThe Office of governor is one of great honor but It Is also one of great drudgery and anxiety In those pearly eight years r have worked hardand faKhfUlly to serve my state and Ita splendid people By a terrible tragedy the awful responsibilities ot the office fell upon me unexpectedly and aud tlenly I have often thought that some of nw unkind critics Were right when they said I was too yong and t io ln experienced for the situation But what I lacked in age and practice I have faithfully tried to make up in earnptnessofpurpose and devotion to duty With what measure of sue cess my efforts have been attended It is for the just and fairminded peoSpie of Kentucky to say Without claiming any credit for what has been accomplished I can at least rejoice when I turn over the office to my suc cessor in contemplating the vast dif ference in the condition1 of affairsSnow from what they were in the days of gloom and sorrow when I first be came governor To its successors this i administration will have the grajJftcar tion at the close of this year of pass Ing the government of the common ndtionhappier and more cbntemted than5yar before lz1 r i t J L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 j Ir HAPPY HOLLOW of Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong pent from Friday until Sunday with eir cousinsMissesClara and Otmey erringer of Tat amand attended eeting there- MrsLauta Scr ggs and little daugh tjr Nellie Bispent Thursday with her uncle Mr L A Coulter Mr rJohri Yeager of Antioch spent tiis eelc with Mr and Mrs Samuel Coulter v Mr M C Keeling and family spent f qm Thursday until Sunday with Mr aiji Mr Topi Brown atJFairview Miss Claudia Royalty has returned h me after a Visit to her aunt Mrs J VrJ Walls at PleasSnt Grove kr Op Settles sient Thursday nigbt tf ifih his uncle Mr IJ W Settles Mrs Jv H Settles is very sick at Qis writing Mr Harve Barnett and family spent la t Saturday and Sunday at Antioch Miss Effie Coulter spent Saturday W tjti her brother Mr Tom Coulter Mr Gilbert Che sser spent Sunday w th his sister Mrs Solomon Kays Mrs John Armstrong and daughter II ss Myrtle attenaedmeetingat Tat ham Sunday and dined with Mr and M s Ed Jenkins obacco cutting is the order of the da at this place irs Nancy Scobt and iMiss Effie C ulter attended meeting at Rock Bi idge Sunday j I r Samuel Coulter and wife spent Su nday with theft daughter Mrs Ed Montgomery at Bropksville 1rs Laura Scruggs and little daugh ter spent fromSaturday until Thurs dajrwith Mr Bill Colvin at Tatham Springs IrRby Walls of Pleasant Grove sp mfe Saturday night with his uncle Mi Dave Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Satur da Anight with Miss Ltila Colvin ame or repots a wedding soon 1ri J Sw Thomas and family spent Sunday with his rother Mr Will fr Thi jjnas at Pleasant Grove Mt Jpeu Newton spent Saturday gnigh t and Sunday with hiS father at St Rose i 1 tr John Clark and family spent Suo day with Mr J H Settles and I amily at Hillsboro lir John Sutton snent Sundry with his jbrother Mr Alleji I Y J f Saved Her SbnJs Life Tie happiest mother in the little tow I of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee She writes V One year ago my son was dbw with lUch serious lung trouble I that our physician was unable to help him when hy our druggists advice lLbeg rii givin h nDr Kings New Dis covery and I soon noticed improve ment I kept this treatment up for a few weeks when he was perfectly wen Ho has worked steadily since at car t pen er work Dr Kings New Discov ery saved his life Guaranteed best flCough and cold cure by Haydon Roberts n Druggists 50c and LOO Trial l bottefree v WILLISBURG A large crowd attended the ice cram supper given at the hotel of Mrs AIB- Wei s last Thnrsdday evening for the r hen fit of the Christian dhurch at this placi The proceeds for the evening wet 2200 r Mr and Mrs J M Trent are visit ing relatives in Louisville this week JW Sutherland and daughter at L tended church at Tatham Springs Sun day morning Miss Viola Vice of Antiodh spjent last veek with relatives and at this lace MisE J Pinkston and children spen Sunday with her parent Mr and r Mrs jl W Shiiley Le i Sutherland t of Harrodspurg spjtai a few days of last week with his r uncl JT Sutherland Mr 34 FeVrel spent the latter part of last ekiwith her daughter Mrs Set tles ear Hi1lsboro t Missies Nora and Valeria Go6dlett Visit d their sister at this place Satur day Mr mith and Miss Mattie Brown spenl Saturday and Sunday with Miss r Dora Brown near Kirkland A j ood many from this place at tend I the Modern ybodmen picnic at Harr dsburg Saturday Mis s Oda Dennis visited relatiyes near iere Saturday and Sunday Mi s Belle Birch visited her sister at this Jace Sunday Mr Ann Burton is visiting her son HH Greenwood in Louisville this ti weekac Se eral from this place will leave foiL juisyille this week to attend the State Fair l To Rent t Ifi A fi ne 60Q acre farm one half mile from Bloomfield Nelson county Ky This arm has on it a large tenroom brick dwelling with one large tobacco barn two large stock barns granaries etc imd all necessary outbuildings well ienced and in good state of culti vatio There are on this farm at convenient places three commodious tenant houses with barns outhouses 0wells etctThe farm is well watered and a imirably located for a stock farm of dai ry farm there being a creamery at B16pmfield WI rent thIS farm as a whole or in two separate tracts of 300 acres each Forf jll information write or telephone Brown Jr Frankfort Ky or- S S Sterett Blooihfield Ky t j c r It G jj II1 Ho He Became t t K Stepfather IIriOrIginalS tie meanest tricks ever play OneJOf in flier to get rid of a baby Wi Iter Bonnmoa young mail as the baby itself Walter had gdme the station to bid some frieud gocJIby As the train began to move sjloXvl out and Walter was rais ing his hat Sigain and again to a party on it sliaki g hands and handkerchiefs at him a pi etty young woman prettily dressed touched him on the arm and handing hii i a pasteboard box said hurriedly Do pleas see that this is delivered lluust getI p this traiii Ynlt l k the box and the lady seizing the g lacd rail as it passed step led oui thear and was curried away Then Waltei looked iit the box It was the size of fi shirt boi probablj had been ashirt bpx and without t vrapper orstHn A one ond Ie noticed a holn hali nu liiql in diameter The weight was about iJ u pounds But what startled the youlig mau waS that there was no address Cheu he w is more startled still 1ta s 0 intI that came from with in1 It wasllike a cUUds toy lamb bleating W alter reniqved the cover and there L laceIwas a newly Ono of th istatioii n3n was passing and Walter tailed to Say heresu box a young woman who has oj0utOIi tnat train handed me asking me to see that it was deliv ered There snt any address on it Whats Jn it A baby Thedicke s you siy Im gQlnSjto turn it in Just take it to the will you Not much 1 wont Y u cant play that game or me The man w nt on Wait r carried the box to the station masters office where he toM his story and requested that the official take the box off his hands It ha i been turn eft over to him traudulentlyjIi the station and natural railroad compahy for at tention Young rn n saifr the station master if you get rid of your baby youd PI Jtter l a c it on the step ofa foundlhlff asyltiin t It isnt nitbab Cant recliTe it SAnd jho man turned to oti er duties WaIter wert inti the waiting room The toy lanil bleating began again Walter took he over off the box to stop the poi e which was attracting the suspicious attentions of waiting passengers and i coup e of women caught sight of a df arms fighting ithe I nlrjThecnme and peeped into t Ila sakes said one Elie dear little thing Just ffliinK of cai rying a baby that way jJl Y ought to e asjia nedo your self said the otjjier to Walter The childs hungry Where is its mot etlGone in the t train And again Walter told tbe Has she deseriad you 1 asked a woman who cam up only in time to hear theend of It j Thats iR c cki and bull yarji said anotherlIt a jicontemptible w yof trymg to get lid ipf your poor helpless offspring Walter fled aJlkl a cab and took the baby to his jmvii bachelor quarters There ho callef uon his landlady who procured a bottle warmed some milk fed the child I uliput it to bedin Wal ters room Dealing tile door ajar so that the landladj could hear the little one cry Walter pent out and applied at tlie found nj asylum toi have lt taken in In wie first place tney were full and in tlie second they did not hllhyuponIthat it wasnothi child Walter weutj back to iisroop and wIth the help of the o tinu to take car of the foundling from day to day month to mon h Walter said ootliing to any one about the baby Hi 1tas expecting to be come engaged antI dreaded lest some inkling of his having a child in his keeping might be out and his story be disbelieved 01e lay his marrUid sis ter Mrs Browji called at hIs rpom to see him lijr was Miss Charles to whom he va s ngaged Mrs Brown insisted on gol g iJlp to Walters room and takIng hi U ncee with her to see what a bachelcrj quarters were like The landlady as Instructed guarded the way bpt M rs Drown wasa determined woniim uiijl forccSd it In coin pany with Mis pharlesj she eriterort Walters room ir P there asleep on the bod was the babf Miss Charles went hone and wrot ko Walter for an ex nottLca Walter had a anding advertisement in a newspaper nit the lady who had left a baby in rt box with a gentleman at the station dcmld have Itno proof of property req e byaddresslngn 472 office of th aper The day after the breaking of is engagement while he was In his r bm flnishing his toilet for dinner the dndlady came tip with who should it pc but the young wo liImIawayat 11 she rushed fran titally to it ar 1 snuggled it to her bosom There is another story which need ri tbe re though It may be well to mention1 jthat it is a story of u young mafried onian driven to desperation by a worthless husband He died suddenly The young mother came Into a sirbll property and Was searching for h r babe whea she saw iSthe ad Bouner eventJ Uly became the child1 stepfather JAMES CLARK GUILFORD i t i- igJ Ii TheSiaeofa f J in Soldier t i4 Ic Orisinal- partY of Amerlcaus In Paris were permitted jto vlsi the studio of Chap man Burutes a famous sculptor also an American They were piloted by Theodore Guthrieifwho announced that Mr Barneswouldi not be present This disappointed Miss Mabel Douglas ap nit teacher in the fscboois at home who desired to meet tikelartist Gutluie uc a key opened the door of the party en tteredl Tthestuatand ilence about the lC and half jfinishcd looking at otic another a if they had beeniliyIngbe lugs suddenly turned to The party had spent some time ogling theIapart of visitors within he turned to go away Githrie followed him and after a short ionversatiou brought ihiin buck r iliisis my friend Mr Williams he said a fellowt countryman of purs aIl t a friend of Mr Barnes Mr Williams j inet the party and theycontinued to judmire tje works of art in his company IIss Tug1as1el- ug an artist was out their beauties while tile others listened to her remarks with every attention Look at this ne she said stopping before a plaster castQf a Roman sol ier Isnt it splendid What an ndmirable poise He evidently hold lug up his shield to protect himself from the arrows of hiS enemies Whats tiiat ort the shield 1 asked one of the Imrty Thuts undoubedlyj snow Probably I evasone of Caesars men fight jug in Helvetia which was the ancient name for Switzerland Dbut you think so Mi Whllian1s1 Re n Mr Williams II dot t know Only these artists can tell whai they iitend to represent iightnt that substance on the shield be ashes r h Ashes exclaimed Miss Douglas WJioever heard 4the people of that day fighting wit n Besides Ithe snpwlIeThe enemy is on hjights above liimv Mr Williams stood studying the st ifVWhatiot1 on the face Indicates 1 he asked Valor It Is the finest representation of battle exnressfon I ever saw Only Chapman Barnes culd have executed it There are courage anger ill the passions one would expect in act on Come here called Guthrie and look at this Spanish dancer It seems to IlJesaid Mr Williams that if an artist cant make plain reprpsentBhehgive up the job The words produced a shpck to the memberssomethilllofThdy were thereby artist and any fault to say the least ill bred Qnly those said Miss Douglas who have some knowledge of trtapd the subject portrayed can Interpret an arjtists meaning I Yell continued the fault finder keeping his eyes on he statue the while Inn growing antagonism if a man is only an artist foi critics lies no artist at alL I dont likelthe thing anyway The fellow as if he were one ef a party scavengers aud his helpers were durnpijg an ash barrel on him froin an uiiner window Oh Mr WilirriniS exclaimed Miss Douglas t Quth1riejoiningious Yow friend exphifned Miss Doug las is making unfavorable criticisms on a work that has passed the best critics in Paris n Critics growled Williams I dont believe one of them knows whether the man was a Roman soldier or a Roman tIe the statue com plaining RcaenOcrI ct after another work working 0n fury with the You must admit that there Is MissJDOJ any Bravery J Ill show you bow much bravery there is in him And picking up a Scotch claymjore intended for model use he brought It dovrn nth statue shivering It Into bits Then he stood regarding the 1party as if very much ashamed of himself Every eye expressing horror was on him Explain It Theodore he said Ive made an ass of raysef and apologize Guthrie though much troubled 1Ia fraud My mends this is not Mr Williams but Chapman Barnes The statue he has demolished repre sented the Roman sentinel found standing at his pat at Pompeii covered with nSbe belched from the crater of VesijivIuq As Miss Douglas says It has passed all tb critics in Purls who pronounced It If wonder and was to have been put In marble iit once Whikj Guthrie was explaining Miss gulpgwhlchBarnes went to her and begged her forgiveness for destroying1ls own work for which lie was to have been paid an enormous sum But she got even with him She de clined to forgive tym till he had la bored long find well to restore the statue That was not all She kept huh waiting six months for an answer ton proposition of niarriage FA MITCHEL i if CALL fORIEL CTION STATfc OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyGourtAugThis day came T J Miller and filed a petition with twenty legal voters of the Willisburg precinct No3 of Was i ington County and moved the court o hold an election at the next regul r November election 1907 to take tl e vote in said precinct whether or not stockshall be allowed to run at lar e precincitopnthelots whether or not stock shall be al publichighwayCopy Attest W F BOOKER CI In compliance with the above drde CouMtyCourt WashingtOnon the next regular November day 1907 for tne purpose of electlOI said precinct a s to whether or n hlg9vayJ S qsborne S W C CALL IrOR ELECTION STATE OF KI JNTUCKY WASH NGTON COUNTY Sd Regular term of Washington Count Court Aug 1907 This day came H R Thompson and filed a petition with twenty legalvoters of the Springfield precinct No 8 of Washington County and moved the nexFregulartake the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highway ih said precinct It is therefore ordered that the willopenballots whether or not stock shall be PUblijjlhighwayIn Court I herebv notify the voters oij Springfield precinct No 8 of Washing ton County that the pulls will be open Nqvemberelectionday said precinct as to whet her on not stock high1wayJ S Osbcrne SW C CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct tY1CourtThis day came J G Howell and filed apetition with twenty legal voters of the Mackville precinct No 6ofashington County and moved the court to regularNovemberyote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large precinctItand officers of said election will open batlotsthepllblichiCopy Attest W F BOOKER Clk In compliance with the aboveprder CountyCourtMackville Precinct No6 of Washing ton County that the polls will be open on the next regular November electionIday 1907 for the purpose of said precinct as to whetherorn t stock shall run at large on the public highway in said Mackville precinct No3 J S Osborne S W C Good Property FORSALEBY AGENAY HARRODSBURG Kf 200 acres with 80 acres bottom oh Chaplin river at 3 25 218 acres in Washington county six miles from Perry yille at 30 120 acres nicely improved near Card well 400p 216 acres near Washington county village at 45 247 acres near Salvisa fine for any crop 7500 200acres fine land near McAfee at 68 309 acres Allen county Ky increased 40 per cent in 1 year good for 10000 in 2 years 4500 Livery Stable i0room house grocery business and stock 6000 Good for 1800 a year- Residence at d blacksmith shop with 800 a year trade for 900 Il II I SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN G T Clements Rtj 1 has for sale two spans extra good work mules J E Derringer Rt 1 has for sale 1000 cedar post 20c a piecp Seay and Knox Danville have fOK r sale ten extra good frlesh Jersey cows and two registered Jersey bulls Ready for service H Leachman Springfield has for sale two Jersey bulls registered P +++ t+ + f ++Lh Wio W The Big Show Coming p t PRANK E GRISWOLDS t+ Mammoth Railroad Pavilion u I Ten Nights in a jl u J Barroom Col I f 4 Under a big water proof tent fitted up in grand opera It house style WILL EXHIBIT Tr + t iSPRINGFIELD t ISaturSepL21 ft4I This Company carries 30 people A carload of all 4i Special Scenery with Calcium aud colored fire effects +One of thebst Bandsa SuperbOrchetraoffo pieces ir4iand a Megaphone Quartette The Only Company tray eling that makes a Specialty ot this Grand Old Temper + J dUUC Play and has no connection withany other attrac w tions Nothing Cheap but the Prices + I ADMISS ION 15 and 15cWCOME AND BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY Prof Holly Rossmyefs Military Bard will give twotpopular Concerts at noon and 7 p pont fall to hear LITTLE MARGUERITE the aactress as MARY MORGAN She has no Equal +REMEMBER THE DATEJ i Saturday Sept 21 at 8p mi + + + ++++ ++ t IjOOOOOCOOOOOOOOtiWOOOOO ooOtOkxIO OCJQ PUBLIC SALEOF A Fine FarmON MondaySep 23r J r- On the above date at 1 oclock D m in front of the Cou t hon e in Springfield I4vihl offer fpr sale my tarm situated qn the Ba dstpw and Springfield tunipike about mr1esfrom Sprinufield CONTAINING 150 ACRES The farm isipgobd state off cultivation and coutaids ibout 50 acres of good to acco iandre tobacco barns three omfort ble louses and is well watered tias one jwelltwo fine springs Terms made known on day of sale address For further informationcall on or H B F PayneSpringfifeld Ky R F D No 2 OOOOOOOOC3OOOOOC3C3OOOOOOCXX3 ooooooooooooooooooooo lOW to Cure- UverTroubIe i There are usually several ways to do a iven thing but it is the aim with all of is to find the best and shortest way It- S just so in the cure of disease People ufIering from liver trouble imagine that ill the have to do is to take morelthanthat clogged up comes an you to a drug store and ask tor a 50 cent cit 81 bottle ot Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Take a dose or two and watch results It will zotoniy clean out the bowels and stimulat the liver but it will get the blood to circulating so- that you feel active again and arouse the func tons of the stomach so that your appetite returns and you feel like your old self again A simple laxative or purgative could not do that Ir Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is not only a won derful laxative but Jt has tonic properties so that unlike so many other things instead of leaving you weak and drawn it builds you up and youigripeit acts smoothly oiling the intestines so that the passage Is smooth and eectivcpleasanttothee onomlcal Home Cure and Its results are per n anent It is absolutely guaranteed to do what i claimed for itI constIpationd lIverjathe house REE TEST Those wishing to try Dr Cald I wells Syrup Pepsla before buy Dyaddre6slngremedy will do as claim and U only open tothose who have never taken It SeRIf for It If you have any symptoms of stomach liyer or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effectivelaxative for children women and old folks A guaranteed oermanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICTuNo Laxative So Good and Sure s DR CAlD WEllS SYRUP PEPSIN This product tfears purity guarantee No17 Washington D C PEPSIN SYRUP CO 19 Caldwoll Bldgr Mbntloella IIP RID CROSS DRUG TORfI H a Public Sale JOF LIVE STOCK FARMING IMPLEMENTS ETC hursdaySptmbr 26 As agent for the heirs of the late Mrs Eliza J Thompson I will offer for sale on the farm of the deceased one anti onehalf miles from Fredericktown on Spnngfiejd and Bardstown pike on the above date the following described property One 3yearold driving horse 3 year ling mare mules mare and mule colt 12 yearold marein foal to Jack 2year old filly yearling horse two 3 yearold goodJersey4 fat heifers 4 yearling calves 20 feed ing hogs 3 brood sows farming imple ments of all kinds and buggy and har ness Corn in the lot of Shelled Oats lot of haled oat straw 100 bushels HouseholdTerms made knowi on day ofsale Dinner on the ground for everybody Mule men are invited to bring mules R A THOMPSON Agent of the Heirs S M Campbell Auctioneer L I Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky James F Tobin et a1 Plaintiffs yS W1 T Comstock etc Defendants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order 6f sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at1 the May term 1907 inthe above styled cause for the sum of 943155 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 2nd day of May 11J07 I shall proceed to doorinSeptember 1907 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbeing County Courfc day publicauction twelve months the following deFcribed property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of moneyso or 1o be made7 1nWashingtonas follows Beginning at a leaning syc Chaplinthence witH the line of J P Woford and Chaplin River on the oppisite side of thence down said r er south to the first big hollow thence town the said hollow to Mrs Emma Neals line thence with her line to Chaplin River on the north thence down said river to the beginning containing 50 acres more or the same land conveyed W T Comstock and SHy bydeed from the Commission er of the Washington Circuit Court which is recorded in Commissioners Deed BookNo 2 in the office of the clerk of the Washington County Gourfcv Debt4 94365 rnterest 2217 Estimated Cost 7500 L104082 For the purchase price the purchaser pr purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bondbearing leghl interest from date of sale until pnjd and having the force and effect judgment Bidders will be pre p4ed to comply pro ptly fth these terms M GLEAcaMANMcW 01 a J t ie a