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I r r ft I IIOi 1I I P infldb1sun I et JOr I tIf t DEVOTED TO THEIINTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J 1 VOIIUK III t 11 t- T SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1907 t IUMIEII4 i SCHOOLS OF t THE COUNTY 3n Encouraging Condi i6hSpirit of Prog ress Is Shown t Superintendent of schools J W Bush is making his annual visit to the vari T ousaclhoo s of the county Already he has visited between twentyfive and thirty an has found them no a good working condition In point ofat tendance he enrollment is about on a averagelit this will be largely sup plememec when the tobacco season is ended as nany of the pupils are de tamed at Borne On this account The teachers are complimented by t Superintendent Bush who says they r have the p rogressive spirit are full of energY an i push and possess the qual ifications i p essential to successful edt ncatprs tough frequently lacking in country school teachers i One feaj ure of the school work which Mr Bush fnds neglected and which his now try ng to correct is the system of properly grading the pupils in their studies Tasome instances a pupil is in the fift grade in one study and i tiie third i another and it is his pur poseto enlist the aid of the teachers in- an effort t r systematize the work as tp Enable the pupils to obtain the same degree of proficiency in allot their studies As a whole Mr Bush is of the opin ion that ashington county is to be eongratula ted on her corps of teachers Registration1 v r r Next Tuesday tr Pojls Open at 6 a m Mid Close at- 9 p m The polls will be open in the three WSpringfieldOctober 1ror registration Polls open t6 a m close at 9 p m NEGRd WOMEN HAfE LIVELY BOUT L hris Ha des tv and Annie iBest W re Two Soiils With But a Single Thought Niggah all de lub dat dar gejmman stow on you am counterfeit kase lies man husba d said Chris Hardesty of inky blackness to Annie Best of a lighter hue as the latter was passin deco nplim nts obde day last Satur day and in the twohanded melee that followed the West woman suffered a much disfig ired wig while Annies face and n ck looked as though she had mixed up w ith a bag of wild cats uLawse de wool arttflvinII s aidonly Jennie ass tie ripped off about a yard of Chris vig UDat lam Simmons favtite J b responded the liatter as she land sd a ofoni Annies jaw Then things got zizzglmg hot p the neighborhood of West Main stre For a few minutes nothing was dlscern able in the jyclone of dust except two pairs of w ite eyes and pieces of red calico The fray showed no signs abatement when Marshal Grace sho upon the scene and separated the b ySigerents The two were taken to jail where a charge of disturbin the peace liras regist red against them Later leir fines they sallied forth free ererand i 7 Superior Quality l Farmers haveiben hard at labor the past week or two cu tingandhousin their crops of tol attn The weather has been ideal f6 this class of work and the tobacco pjs tches ready for Cut ting have been tlie scenes of arduous labori The tobac co raisers say the crop thus year while lacking somevyhat in quantity is fo superior in quality to the average ci op and that what is lacking m yield will more than be made lip in the excellent grade of the weed Married Saturday I Mr Woodsn Mil urn ands MIsS Jpsie Coyle were married on last Saturda evening at the couni y clerks office th brillne o M H Coyle of this cifcy while tj ie groom resides in the TexasneIghbor ood 7 SERWF r C LCTUREI iiBein i firs n stali ntlFrlday Even nb r t thne public to the lectu e tour je the firs r number of which vill ai pear at the SeptQ27 The best talent has b jeh secured for the course and the gentlemen who are responsible for their ngagement are to be commend venturF e in which there can e no financial pro fit to its Promote s but is intended only togiveSprinI field chan wholesome entertainment that will Profi those who hear as w all as pease The course consists of j our riui stwo lectures and two qua tetis The popularity of the letureGnurs e is attested by the fant that every town has them They apical to the best instincts and elevatelA community is judged by thelsor entertainment they patronize indecent plays are tolerated the whole community is the sufferer and tHe yo this Vitiated and demoralized in its standardsJ Lectures instruct and the musC by the quartets not too Siffici It for the popular will make any ndn or woman the better for hearing it Take these fou nights off anghelp by your age e the improvement m the public taste Messrs Williams awson Campbell and Colvin are selh ng season tickets See them befpreFricUy afe tickets then go on distribution The Whitnej1 Bro quartet artists every one of them both vocally and on instruments will be at the 1per Souse Friday Septi 27 The attractions follow one ea month WEANLIP MULES 1s Between 15 aiid 20 of The tong eared Youngsters Chanjd L Hands M nday I While weanliri nules were not a muchspught cO1od tv at the prices their owners wa tefor them couhty court day there we e between fte and twenty chaell hands This was a hand full Pmjared to the num ber here for di po al The prices ranged from 80 0 10 There was market for old raules Among t sales of Tweanlinhe Sun are the following Mackvilleeton 90 Dock Parrott Ie v5eanlingmule Will Steelone v a ng mule 90 K Parrott one ear ling mulel30 VIilhsburwed elIA protracted meeting will begin at the Willisburg CI nst an church on Sunday October 6 Th j meetings will be coniducted by Re Walter C Gibbs of Lawrenceburg 1r t F JOTTINGS WITH i A LOCAL ESSENCE FILL Y UR COAL HOUSES Springfield citizens Navintl g their coal huses filled now can with modesty pat themselves on the back while the m in with the means who is putting oft tl is allimoortant task will later on feel like hieing himself to the roar of a bar i and do the mute act for a couple of ours ea lday with himself as the o ject rf is wrath That cOlIlmdItyi and the ma who doesnt know this infqrmatiqn sonetraveling the dine road until it wall be out of sight of the manwith small f fmeans Sellin now ctuXIUlIl Ultepn IU seventeen ten s per bushel itis sa e to say that the time will be short when erlvsoughtSome THE THANKSGIVINGiTURKEYA aveIbeena to effect tlsati this species of the fowl will bn scarce this seasoncan whet their appetite for the usual Thanksgiving dinner if th latest word received regarding the crop is correct Recent reports from the big market centers do not confirm the in formation nt out earlier in the season that only rich folks and roost pilferers could afford the luxury of a turkey din thte n- probability be harvested thus assuring the man with a slim pocketbook that olRround tortj s say there will be plenty on hand and that Washington countylovers of the struttin turkey cock when he is stuffed j with cranberries and sauce need not fattt giving without turkey is like Christmas goonewsd a juicey slice of old Toms family will aihePASSING OF THE WATE METLON l While seasons come ono seasons go oulta onger any o r and thats the good old watermelon time Watermelon n to the stomach is like music to the soul and the man whose withsa most meat didn get all that was coming to him when he was put here to share the joys andI sorrows of mankind But that isntf Whatdthem have trot to sit helplessly by arid see old Jack Frost take em away fro us County court d ysaW a lot in townJ werelfinethe man who didnt get his fill on that day is Jikelyto go watermelon hungry until the next season as these were araeli good old possum and titer time t Thatll help some MULES GALORE Monday was distinctlyanal1mules day in Springfield There were mul of all kinds descriptions ages a sexes little mules big mules o mules and young mules Weanlings and yearlings however held the ri bons in pqiht of numbers and the Litt longeared quadrupeds lined the streets thidlc and made music all the day with their elegant brays The mules we brought into town for the purpose of turning them into cash but owing tenhe ys rigsht i lf turned around and walked back home again Few changed hands and at ableprice not up to the standard However henaversheie things of beauty by mule judges tested the fact that Washington coun highclatoss t biuLESWbuyers ad join ing counties are seeking thesouthe markets for jtheir supply 6f them feeding purposes this fall JThey claim that the high prices asked fbrYnules in Kentucky by owners have driven them to the South for their purchases that thIern early spring and dispose of them on the southern markets at a better profit than they can make off of KentuGkY mules at prices they are now selling for Some mule men claim however that the mules brought here from the South are of an inferior type by reason of haying served their best days there and will noti bp able to cope withthe mules fresh from the Kentucky farms for the purposes for which they are wanted While the supply at present thKentuckYbargain counter and he can withim punity U glory in his prestige A GIRL OF HUGE PROPORTIONS A feature of gSpringfieldofa girl fourteen years of age an poundsShewhile the crowd did not Took upon her thhuman e ences wItha selfsatisfied air despite postafromr THE FARM RS SATURDAY Saturday has always been moreor less the banner business day of the w ek with merchants It is then the firmer after a week of labor onthe nevs1Ineighborhood and mix in social inter c rse with his brother farmer from oilier sections Few weeks pass whe thi2 farmers household is not in nee of something from town and prdinar necessItyi pleasurellf t is fact always plan during the week whenSaturdayways strive to make the Saturday calls buslness ansd come s and busi ness contacts is rapidly growing in pop ularity is manifested by the increased of business done by the mer t of Springfield on that da yTha this social and business intercourse be hringingthis highly profitable to both is not ofthisvisits from their farmer friends is a source of much pleasure tp the mer fiJSHEt7 res a young lady 1viIigin may have moved away nt happened threeyear thiSioVhShe good deed unconsciously fellow who is the bene iry now a minister of thegosr wasma gain aler when this incident happened one e hotels 1tonlay1 heard the minister tell it from a pulpit in Fulton Ky where he yas assisting terISpringfield in myrounds J donto know the ypung ladys name and what wofsg neither does thatninister This 15 his story Springfieldthreeyearsagollvedes a nowesv was unconsCIO instrumental jn Sundalay spree gam b ling at Elizabethtown with other drum naddecidedle tp g on ay t n par rooms playing cards and I had Ireo some w whi atot was a yoting Y expressherthaanoathwhic is unusally a gam s compliment =escaped my lips I arend agepar so the Berm h= preactYa tribute to woman anda rebuke to young men who heeded not a mothers manyImehiory to oldl Virginia where mother thforat my companions knowing it I went to Vir gin a the next day Now I have about my course for the mi fist Someday I want to meet that ThatIf i Arm BrokenF Lc ie Thompson the little daughter of r Bert Thompson received a pain ful injury on last Thursday while at play She was rupning down the ht whe i osing her balanceshe 111C breaking her right aim The memberHs now healing nicely Make Good Catch r Strenuous labor with a seine in the Irepondtern on was not without its reward to modet Four large strings loaded with fine speci mens of rock perch bass and new lightjere totedI into Itovyn and supper dishes The m n who were so richly regarded Geodan Cliff Green MONDAY GOOD BUSINESS IAY Mei chants Report Most IrSatisfactory SalF In AH nes + j t iiThe merchants of Springfield were a busy lot of people Monday The town was ull of people and ea hand every man in town seemed to have business on hi mind It was county court day and t tie usual good sized crowd was in attent anceJi large business was done by the stores and the salesmen und little time for any occupation other than attending rothe wants of their Gusto ers The merchants in general expressed themselves as more than pleased withIthe dajys business MEETINGt lSPOSTPOte j The ioint association of l teachers which was to have met at the Spring Opera House Friday Sept 27 has heen postponed till a later date Notice will be given in the paper of the date sAPTURETHE Vj BLUE RIBBONS FairIS Dr RbBards andict 5t Rose Make GoodJ r RoJardsDr J B has returned 61iMonticellP fairs and is exhibiting sev eral blue ribbons as trophies of his success with his string of trotters His orses Sand St Rose came under the wire wirners in five races and ne tell their owner a neat sum in purses They are fine specimens of horseflesh and nev r fail to show their trotting loud iqa substantial way when tieY start fr m the post BOLD BURGLARS Break Into W P Lawrence Grocery Store Last Thursdaya Nighton The grocery store ofW PfLa wtop rence ion East Mam street was visited nightny Entrance was gained by breaking thrpugh the tra som over a door in the rear the bunding The cash register waS consii anunsucIcessful p contents tirlhe nd some candy No clew to the identity of the bur glars Has been found l t l IREAT Pi FENWICi W Odef Suffers Loss of StoreHouse and Contents I On last Thursday night between eleven arid twelye oclock thestore k house of Mr G Oderi ofF nwtcl3 J together with its contents burned to the ground The lossi estimated afeJ 3000 The building and stock of goo te was insured for 2000 The rigiriof the fireisunknovxi bpt the supposition is that the flames started fropi alighted cigar carelesslyl t town on the floor just before closing forthenight iThough the business w scompletey t wiped out by the flames Mr OdelI with his characteristic business ability has reopened his store in another house which he will use for temporary quar ters Work on anew building will be begun at once + PROTRACTED MEETING Will Begin at Christian Chwrch 1 h Second Sunday In October The pastor and members of the Christian church have made arrange ments to conduct a series ot revivat 1r4 meetings at their ch the second Sunday in October and con7 jTtinuingIt has not been definitely decided asfJ to who will assist Eld Rogers in they mee ingsbut the services of an able k CRegularchurch next Sunday morning and even idg by the pastor Elder W F Rogers WILL ORGANIZE t D A R CHkPTERM Ladies of Sprirgfield tpj Form lnv teresting Organization 5r vK The ladies of Springfield whose an r 5 cestors fought in the war of the Revo lution will organize a chapter of the D A R in this city shortly Interest in thisfmovement amongst those eligi ble for membership lids been manifest- ov for some time but only recently have plans been formed to organize a cha prter The officers of the 0 S E chapter t v which was organized in this city re4 cently will be installed about themid v die of October Mrs William Caroth matron of the chapter at Bards town who was instrumental in the organization I tlGof the Spnngfield chapter will return at that time in companyCwith the Grand Military Patton of Keria tucky who will officiate at the installa 1 tion ceremonies Members of thehew chapter of this city are as follows Miss 1 End Shaunty W M Mrs T Scptfe Mayes Associate M1Mr David Lit f sey Military Patron Mesdames SJSmock Pavid Litsey RE C Lawson Kate Williams W T McElroy A R Shultz Matt Mayes Eunice ONan Misses Annie McChord Lizzie 7 Waters Rev K EC Lawson Prof George Colvin Dr J M Burton v J Messrs W1 McElroy Scott May s f k Fall Moving v John Canter lids moved his family a residence on Virginia avenue They have been pccuping a residence of Mrs R L Parrptts on Main street v Lon Borders drill family have takeoJi rooms in the Seatcy fiats i1i ofMat Mayes a4td family will take rooms in the Searcy flats tMr Frank Mar in has moved from his farm near town and with his family is f living in the residence vacated by Mr Dudley Tapp Mr Tapp has moved his family to the Martin farm Heiiwrs fTapp and Martin having swapped prop f erties I1 M1Mr T 1 THE SJiKINGFI lD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBR 25 1907 I r r m m m m I List of fine r rms FOR SALE 4 lS4 miIeiSNo 2031 Farm 100 acres good land 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville pike all good land well fenced and watered Prjqe 50 per acre Nb 204 Farm 166 acres situated 5 miles nor h of Springfield good dwell ing Land barns mostly ip grass Price 50per aciBt t No 205 Farm 130 a res situ ted 7 niiles west of Springfield good dwell ing land barn good corn and tobacco land all Ites well Price 16 per acre 206 1S7 cte farm seyen miles from Springfield Good ing Hougd 2 barns well enced andWatered P ice 3700 M 207 52atre farm located 1J m les sOutl wes Springfield Good dw ill ing7 barn ndgll other oijtbuildin js lniproVemen new ndi in first l ss repair Pride 5jOOO 208 12 90 acre farm 41 miles fr m Spring ield all good land Six ro m dwelling stbckand tobacco barn w re fenced All the land in a high state of cultivation and lies well Price 60 per acre 208i 100 acre farm 3V miles fr m Springfield small dwelling house nd good barn wire fenced and mostlj in grass Priqe2000 209 300a re farm near Willisbu rgt Ky Good 5 room dwelling barn all lies well Mostly in grass Price 40 per acre i 210 108 acre farm located 8 m les- west of Spri gfield Good house and itj- barn wellcedand watered Near railway station Price 3500 I 21g 100ac e farm located 7 mles from Springfield Good small house and cres i bluegrass P ice 1eO07I AND REAL f L Sceae When s of t Visits Him in His Cell i 4t r Fridays Louisville Times Convicted of the murder of thr ie men he shot to death onJ une 13 f last year during the Hoe comin Week Clarence under sentence of death ai nocn for the first time broke dowi hjs mother Mrs C I of Lebanon KjL caifed at the Jei- son county jail to seehith The arrival of Mrs Sturgeon hail ben expected by her son for two o three days and when she entered th jail and was taken to the fourth tiei of the jail buildirig to talk with he son between the two wa affecting to all wno witnessed it Sturgeon brok down an cried like a child while his mother alst l wept This is thes first time according to the attaches of the jail that th prisoner has mamteQted any emotion For several minutes Clarence talke his and then realizing thathis condition was affecting her he endeavored to bra e up for the endthat- is expected Sturgeon has Been sentehced to diI and last spring his attorneys topka petition to the Court of Appeals asking for a new heari g The petition was filed away and will be acted upon by the court at its present session Reversal of its former decree that the lower court be sus amed and that Stur geon be hanged is not expected Crop Hubert Vreelan his giveri out the following report a very late and unfavorab e spring under fav orable weather d ring the month of August crops ar maturing rapidly and while thy are ate unless we have early frosts the prospects are excel lent for a good cro or corn ah tobacco of all grain is about They eld Of wHeat was small en bushels to the acre for the Stats the quality beings good The prospect for a corn crop is 88 per cent and the condition of this crop is 91per cen Fall plowing has nicely in most sections and the are that the usual aver age of wheat will oe sown Some fco baccV has been cui and on sticks but the most of ic is stil growing and late are still in danger of early frosts Meadows have yielded an ayer age crop of hay an ithas been saved ifa rule in goon cc ndition Pastures have been good and all liye stock is in cku I IS 213 SSOae ta rn 212mi es from town All Us weland is good land Good ihiproVc nent of eveijy kind fine t9peracre214 200ap e farm Jour milesfrom ood land all lies well ric St55 pet acrtL 215 103afc e farm Iocatec3l 9 miles northeast of 35 acres of tobacco land wo ba ns 30 per acre lIacJvi1lejm grass 50 r are 219 140 acr farm 40 acres creek 8rl1allhouse45 per acre 220 100acrfi farm located 8 miles east of field i Small house arid good barn Prhe 26 0 221 191acrjM farml located 6 miles goodiroprovemertts goodimprovementsS50 per acre 22 13acre farm 6 miles west of all good land good dwell ing house and barns S60 per acre 224 100acre farm located near Mackyille Ky Good dwelling two barns rice 83000 r 225 140acre farm located 44 miles from Allood land lying well Good House and barn and well fenced Price 45 per acre 226 350ac e farm located 3 miles south of jGood improve ments of every Price 227 200acre e from Good s and barn and all other Land all lies vell is under good fdn4e and is in best of shape Itis i hood place is a oesirablfi home i3C per acre MCELROY WHARTON ESTATE AGENTS SPU4F1ELDJKY1 RaIIIII flUIIURiRR= MOTHERS VISIT APFECTSSON Affecting Aged iNldther Clarence Sturgeon cerebration Sturgeon yesterday Ut5when TiSturgeot tiemeetingj completely S1with motherl Report Commlssiorierct Agriculture Notwithstanding Threshing completed averaging progressed indications Ip1antings Springfield improvements Springfield Springfield Springfield Springfield famImiISpringfield outbuildipgfl the1 INSURARCE fine shapejHogs h4e been reported scarce som e sections La- bbiscarce arid wages ii h all over the state II Marion County Notesv iILebanon Enterprise Invitations have been received here a nouticing the approaching hiarriage 61 Mr Oscar Bowman to Miss Elizas eth Hendrix Young Thf ceremony v ill take place Saturday September 28j 1907 atthe home of the brides parenls Mr Bow man is the son iTVIn Ben F Bowman of this city and is the h jad salesman ofthe BuntingStone Ilardware Company of Kansas City Missouri His brideelect is the dai1ghtr f Mr1Fred erick A Young prominent and well todo farmer jof Lexington Missouri After a brief illness ofl nervous pros tration Mrs Nannie Bran died at her home at ShelbyCity Monday Septem ber 16 1907 Her remains were brought to Lebanon Tuesday morning and taken to Pleasant Run where fter funeral services by they were in terred in the Pleasant Run cemetery The deceased Was about sixty years old and was the widow ofl Mr James Brand who died six or seven years ago She was a sister of Iessrs W R ndCH P ivlr of fhtsrirmntv anrl is survived by a small farnly of chil dren r Too Poor To Die Out in Kansas the pre hers have formed a union and fixed a scale qf prices for preaching funer 1 sermons Between thec ffin trust ani the union scale for funeralsermons t will sooiij get so that a poor man orcne in mod erate circumstances cant r ally afford to die and the boom of deathi as a sur cease from the ill of lif pwill be attain able only by the rich However should this condition eventuate th jre will be ItmeeklYliJTo Calculate Longevity Bnton took a deep iiuterest Iu- longevity and its earmarks said n physician and Bacons signs of long life and of short life are as true tod ay livejsoft fine hair a fine tSki i quick growth large headearly corpulence Ishort neck small moiitii brittle and separated teeth and fat ears Your veryllengthycoarse hair a rough skin deep wrin des lathe forehead firm fles a largo month wId nostrils strong teeth set close together and a hard gristly enrf l Dogs That Worry If you have ever seen a log that has lost its imisfer iu London st eet you will wonder whether even tie lower animals have zot t elements ofrwo ry to disturb tljeui But the n an wor ries about many other thin js thor bones or masters and the dig never suffers from insomnia througl fear ot- a future life 01 the state of hs bank lug account Reader r f p 4 OUR DIVORCE LAWS I f A FAILURESS Various States Present a Veri table Crazy Quilt Scheme The courts are not sufficiently careful in examining evidence in ascertaining whether another marriage is contem plated in using their good offices to bring the parties into fiieiidlyrelationsi again in making a distinction between cases where the granting of a decree would be an act of righteousness and those where it would tkPHstill further to bring the statute jrito disrepute The laws of the different states are culpa ble because of their lack of systemqor ordination and eqU1tYlidi artrow in some absurdly loosei in others One root of the present vils certain ly may be found in the laws formar riage There is no other business con tract sd easily and carelessly entered into concludes an article on Divorce in the Delineator Boys and girls can make a contract to mary ut an agew when they cduld not make one to buya a piece of furniture In many States no license is necessary jln some of them girls of 12 and 14 do not need the consent ot parents No publicityis required no previous announcement if the laws of one state offer any hindrance the parties have but to go across the border into another The insane may marry feebleminded criminals paupers consumptives the wholeaim of thd state is asjinany mar riagqs as possible regardless of the consequences The marvel is not that so many but that so few end in the diverse curt Moose in Laptfyity I r The reason so fem os are spen m captivity iii the parks mid circuses of tha country is not because they are naturally too wild tb be domesticated but bpcause they usually do not live long in captivity said a St Paul man My fattier was for many years a set tier in northern Minnesota and at dif ferent times in his experience he had three nipose on his homestad which recosnired him as their iiiaster All the animals were captured when they were very young and in each in stance it took tlieni only a fv days to become apparently nttac1iedto father and his small farm Fortwtf or throe weeks lie would keep them fenced in apd then would allow them to roam around at will They would be gone for tsvoqi three hours or perhaps hnlf a day at u time but always came back all right By allowing thni the run of the premises this way they niet practically the same conditions as if they were wild in the forest and therefore were always in good health but tue moment any of tjiein were shipped to tire city a change wjis noticeable L Two of the animals were sold to lltlerenttimcsfinally died They seemct1 willing enough to remain in the parks but conditions were not such as they were used to and from the fir t 1t was Jo be seen that they were friLling in health A moose cnn stand All sorts of hardships in the woods b4wher he is in captivIty lack of exercise or lack of proper food or lack some thing else puts him on the down grade and as a rule he passes in hIs checks in a few weeks or a CWLmonih s at the outside Oiie of the animals my fattier owned was a handsome pull and he was trained to harness The animal could pull a good sized loa 1 and traveIthrough the woods with ji hind him at a very IhelYj clip This third nfaose was sbotby a hunter near thehouse So all thrceI animals met with an untimely fate which goes to prove I suppose that man Bhouldnqt monkey with the plans of natuneipuluth Herald j SPARROW- Some Interesting Items From the Little Village r Farmers ire busily engaged cutting and housirigLtobacco i rJ C Stjvartsold to i D Calvert lsi cts per OUhd R N Voels sold to B F Long iour yearling steers at 25 per Read Dr W T Barnett and wife of Mackville spent from Frikiy tilt Sun day with his mothdr at this place J H Dadisman and wife ot Chaplin Chas S tinn etf wife son and daughter and Miss Allie Long of Stinnett A Cranfill and wife of Vandyke and Mrs J D Sutnerland dined with W C Cammackand wife last Sunday Mrs JU D Sutherland of Sycamore Valley who has been spending a week with her par nts at this place returned home afternoon L C Jenkins O R Crdssfield and fe W Yow Is attended court at Law renceburg last Monday W G Ca mack was in Bloomjfield one day last week Master Dewey B Jeffries pf Glens boro who had been spending aweek with his aunt at this place returned1 home last Thu sday The new c urch at old FairMqiint is com1etedcept the seats and ivas J = opened last Sunday for the first tine for worship with temporary seats The protracted meeting whichwas have begun at old Fair Mount last was postponed on account of the illness of the preacher Rev H L Olmstead E M Lefler and family ofi3rahdins- ville IIIL have been visiting friends and relatives in r this vicihity for the nast two weeks v How to treat a Wound A dirty cur or a S lppt a Hug w nnd ust be HIef II bathed MU carbolic solution strength one dtfnn to four ounces of water says the Wasliiiigton Star If carbolic acid 1elkelt in tho medicine chest this hIon 4an bemade up at any time with ia inp Sue glass After bathing cut a ptiece of white lint f inIcarbolic lotion and ipply Cover he lint with gutti percha tissue cut so- sa to leave a margin of one incb all around the lint which 5s just lept moist No ragged odge of the lint must apornteCgause bandage to ke ptl1e whole in place The dressing may b6 removed hi twentyfour hours and the wound ill be found clean This treatment lso removes pin and th j only after treatment necessary Is to OYCI wltha IlCieointmelfrom sticking r t HARBINS CREEK Scries of Meetings Closed at The Baptist Church With Severs New Members Other I Items of Interest t Deferred from last week On the second Sunday in September Hardins Creek Baptist church with Bro A B Langston the beloved pas tor began a series of meetings which Idsted seven days Bro Langston doing the preaching The church was re yiyed encouraged and built Up and several won to Christ bev n precious souls were added to the church on con fession of faith and baptism and still more to follow Only one regret that so many missed the good sermons The Rev Langston truly fights the deyil and sin in every way possible We were sorry indeed to hear of the death of Mrs Abagill Ensor We feel that Hardins Creek church has lost another faithful member and all of us- a beloved friend but we kifow our loss is her gain Miss Rosie Corbett of Louisville is visiting Mr S C Hendren Mr J G Adams Jr and family of Woodlawn are visiting friends here Miss Lettie Brown of Nelsonville is visiting her aunt Mrs C S Smock Master Broadus E Hickerson has gone to Bardstown to attend jschpol Miss Bretta Adams has returned from a visit of several weeks ito her aunts Mrs Wm Wayne of Badstown Mr J G Adams Sr sold a tract of IllinuistotwhicbMr near future The Springfield Sun is alwaysa wel come visitor to our home Long may it shed its beams on the good people of our commonwealth Marvels of The Human Body Onau average mans body there 3JOOOd hairs Plucking one every arEI ont it would take hiiii twelve eight hour vDr l ng days to lI them all out- j his blood there are 2u000OCJO0XOOQ red corpuscles Laid thy would cover a surface bf 3130 sq lUre yards 4he whole of the blood passes through a inaus heart nearly twice in every mi nute It weighs onethirtqienth of tli6 entire body weight Und it moves iii different parts of the body at speeds varying from ten feet to IjGOG yards nearly one mile an hour The flit of your body is fluid It be cothessolld only when the body Cools uftr death It is one of your most useful constituents forming a uoncou du ting sheath to protect you from coh iicting as pads to preserve from shock on the tips of the lingers the toe mid the heels and lying always rea ly asn reserve food supply when you can get nothing fe eat A little artery passes froill your brain thr ugh the skull into the scalp which act usa safety valve when the brain is congested with blood The skin taunot5grow again once it is destrpyed hence the unsightly scars left by burns and severe wounds j Only the urfitce IU crcun renew itself When tlie Whole thickness is de stroh it never reforms This is the more curious as muscles nerves blood vessels and bones all less liable to In jury than the skin can grow again Yo I are really a water rather than a land animal Although nsn whole you live on dry land your body con sists of countless millions of separate living particles and these are mill im mersed iii the water which Constitutes fourfifths of your substance Within the inner part of your ear deep in the bone is a quantity of fluid which acts as a spirit level and enables you 4Q keep your baianceChlcago RecordHerald Lakes Overflowers I pikep2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fiuit 50 acres PlentyofNo 65170 acres 5 miles from Spmngfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwellirig new 8 acre tobacco barn with metal coraof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts peracresINo 6615 acres 8 miles from Springfield i mile r mpike4 timberS20per acre t pike6room r barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco Some timber Price 35 per acre No 68T180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in goodrepair well landJPIceNo 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of P timber and fine tobacco land Price 550 per acre No 70 1444 acijes good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 5 acresv of fine bottom Ian dwell fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber 60 per acre No 7111S acres 5 mifes from Springfield 6 irooin dwelling in good repair tenant house 7 acre tobacco barn stock barn corn tobaccostockbarnand goop pike 6 miles from Springfield 33 per acre i tohurchIarn 50x60 feet plenty of water plenty of locust post all farm in grass fine orchard a bargain at 22 50 per acre No 75277 acres in i mile of Springfield on pike 2 mew to bacco barns 1 small house a stable plenty of grass and water One of the finest farms in Washington connty cheap No 76114k acres 6 miles from Lebanon in good pike good pr J room dwelling 2 good barns all outbuildings all farm in grass 30 tacres orchard grass well under good fence 55 per acre hornSlringfieJd r grass price 750 No 794i acres 4J miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room allkindsNo 80138 acres 6 miles from Springfield mile from pike 5 room 2 hall dwelling in good repair good barn some good timber plentyof goodfenceSpringfieldant house 3 stock barns one 40x60 feet plenty of grass fine to k l milesfromplentyoffinje tobacco lantl good tenant house Price 20 per acre goodroadntyotlocuNo 84101 acres good 7 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco barn good fence all farm in grass the farm tobacco land situated on good pike close to church and school Price 65 per acre housedoubleland all the farm under good fence 80 rode of stone fence milev from good pike Price 22 per re- No 87Th acres 3 miles fromSpringfield mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair good barn plenty of water good fence Price 30 per reIItJo 88114 acres 1 mile from Mackville mile from pike 8 room dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 acres of fine tobacco land good tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre No 89202 acres 2 miles North of Springfield 10 acre tobacco pleityofi farms in the county Price 75 per acre Jo 90260 acres 8 miles from Springfield 9 room brick dwelling lin good repair farm well fenced 2 good barns will house 12 acres of tobacco 80 acres of first bottom rest second bottom one of the best tobacco farms in the county plenty of grass all the oodpikeB D LA KERQ Estate Agant Ky I IIII I jiTHE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL w ON EARTH shortesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS gIves a complete course in the latestland most up to date system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand andpl graduatesSchool norIMt I33t THE SUN AND 0 Both p iers 1 yr Commoner175We-ekly CourierJournal 150 1251NashvIlleAtlanta Constitution J75 SemiWeekly Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 HomeandFarm4 125 Amerian Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmerf 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 nco t s Magazine 285 Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly r 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly j 435 Sunnv South 150 THE SUN 1 L t THEDAILY Kentucky State Journal Incorporated t PUblished at the Capital of Statt Jess Contains besides Press 3worldadministrati SUBSCRIPTION PER ANNUM IN ADVANCEr Wp WALTON Frankfort Ky Thl Sun and Daily Kintijcky Staff Jour nali both ont ytaf S4j 4 t I II THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1907 3 t Ak6RENOT IH I cr f f To ELOPE Young Sweethearts iiia Queer Contact Se l7 l J T Jjl I j On consideration that J A Morgan will refrain f 3r two years from trying to elope wiih Miss Stella Roberts George W B berts a Pawnee county farmer in Ku1h1s fatSer of the girl has signed in agreement with the young man piomising to give him the t young woman in marriage at the end oi tlfat time writes a Larneti Kau correspondent of the Kansas City Star This most unu mal agreement is as folf lows i kGeorge W Roberts and J A Mor Intp the following agreement to wit The said J A Morgau agrees to eng ge iii some legitimate and profitable smployincut for the pe andrthe said Gear je W Roberts in tho management of his daughter Stella A Roberts Geor e Roberts in eon sideration Of t le carrying out of the foregoing agreement by the said J A Morgan hereb gives his consent for his said daugh er and the said J A Morgan to ehler into the bonds of matrimony at Jiny time after the ex 1plratlon of the aid two years The agreement is duly signed by Morgan md Roberts and witnessed by H S Rogers a Lane This queer contract is the sequel olan elopement wliicn occurred sev eraj days ago Mis Rotierts is not yet quite fifteen years old Morgan IS less than twenty so that the two knew that they could not obtain the consent of bet parents to tnelj marriage Knowing this tliey decided upon an elopement After all the family had gone to bed Miss Roberts slipped out of the house imd met Morgan in a grove a quarter of a mile away The two drove Ito MaCk svllle return ed their livery ream and then got aIman to drive them to Stafford From there they took Ia train to Morgans home in Carthage Mo There was con ternatlon In the Rob erts home the next morning but the liveryman gave me father a clew and a warrant was secured for Morgan charging him with abduction Hie was arrested In Cart age before he could secure a marriage license and readily agreed to return t Kansas In the meantime Mr Roberts had been making som inquiries and learn ed that Morgan was a hard working young man x f good family and would apparently make m very acceptable so- nelnJaw This induced the father not to prosecute the young ina and to pro pose the agreement which was after ward Centered lut Miss Roberts Is again at home an Morgan l back at- work on tHe Bro n drnd ne de termined td live ur to thecoritractr All Not Gold That Glitters Lebanon Enterprise The filing of a deed for record in the county clerks office a few days ago tells more forcibly than words of an exploded theory and of cherished hopes that were blast ed Several years ago rock containing shiny bits x f a yellowish substance re sembling gold wa found on Salt Lick creek in the west rn part ot the coun ty A ftirt etse rch of the territory was made and m re of the rock was found Ina few lays a great deal of exciteinenttprevai ed in that section eli ought specimens of the rock to this citv and within only a short while several citizens had united to purchase the lai d where the discov ery had been made The dealwas quietly engineered and purchase was made of a tract of T32 acres Soon fhrewas much talk ofHgoldbeingI found and daily papers contained offjth precious v among hills Of Marion con ty The announce ment that machin ery would be purchased and a shaft sunk at an early date added vto the xcitement and the promoters doubtless had begun towon der how they coul escape the burden of having to ingest heir earnings For some reaso howeyer the ma chinery was never purchased No mine was opened and fter a time the ex citement didd away A few days ago the onesixth interest of W F Gajbell one of the purchasers of the tract of 132 acres upon which the min rwas to have been located was sold to Attor jney John McChprd The price paid by him for Mr Cabell interest wasvfour teen dollars or a put ixty six cents acre iLwas a veijy wise man who once said 1wtHAll is not gold that glit tersLWorked Like a Charm Mr DNWalker editor of that spicy journal the Enter prise Louisa V- asaysI ran a nail 1 my foot last week and at once applied Bucklens Arnica k Salve No infiam atiQn followed the salve siniply healed the wound fHeate every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at HE ydon Robertson Z9 g1Urug ists 25c The ridustry df the lien All hail to the hell SHe is the industrial leader of thes glonpus United States It will perhansbe more or less of a surprise to the average citizen to learn that the greatfest producer ot r ve1ueJhe biggest earner in the speckledJof the barpyard I Statistics have been compiled that show the earnings in the United States from eggs and jwultlry amounts to nearly 300000000 a r280opO000- are the latest ayailabje figures Cot ton W was once g of staples is 20000000 behind its lucking rival Wheat and all other crops fall far be low t1e sum reached b this feathered produc r The mining enterprises of the lanjd are not in the same class with her and no hneot manufacturing de serVes to be even coon idered in com j paratiye terms f To Wash Fine Glas and China Whenj delicato glass slich as Fayril or Bohcn1ian or fraIl gs1ieil china Is to be wasbed ltshOu d liecejve ss peciallyi careful treatment The dun ger of nicking such del cate ware is very grit To avoid thi fold a large clean towel and lay it in Hie bottom of the disl4 pan Iso that it will cover It well srfyg the New Yo k Telegram After this pour In hot anl cold water About three quarts of cold to a gallon of boiling water will give the proper amount and temperature for this purpose Add a teaspoonful of ammonia and make a very weak sufls with a lit tIe wHite soap before putting In ther glasses or hlna Never use brown soap especially if cut g asa Is to be wls edAnd the sudden change oft temperature by adding a dash of hot J1aYebHow to Remain joting To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N FI Rowan Mc Donough Gaj did She says Three QfcnromcPhcatedtwith such anunhjlalthy cfotidi the that ni skin turned re4 as flannel Tarn now practically 20 years yOunr than before trd Bittersflj Carl nowdo my work with easfe n assist in nily husbands store Guaranteed at Haydon Rob ertsons Drug Store l q Original l I We were sitting In the a bQr undeM the grapecvhkhvere q itripe We plucked and ate a numbe of huge bunches then she asked what we should do next uOh I knov and she ran into the house and bro ght out a book On theleftpage were a number of printed questionsj bn ithe right blank spaces in which to write the an swers It vtas Impossible tQ determIne which were the more stupid the ques tions or the ansyers that had been written in it The book Iras about half filled the wHtersvHbaMng been both masculine and femininj Ii ran my eye down theolumn of questions such as wiiath your fa erb11Yoursw red that question She said only one had but she diilnt coun she was hcrIoW1l1hinw to be answered by people fro n sixteen tto twentjslx as mostof tiose who had filled m the answers wet What Is youfpresrinbtthought I paused again and ben to write That the mall who She stopped uiJ Dont write anything dis gieeable I wont have my boot spoiled I bad Int ed to write The man who got up this book did so for idWs and to fill his packet at their jxpenso Instead Jwrdte The mar who is aslled to write Iiithls Hook s ould fee- l14ily complinitrited- VThatsn very nice she Laid T know how cyt ical you ar 1 feared you were going to put in some thing Jiorrldi My second thought was that rlunl narrowly ese 2dA makiiig of Myself iiIass I went on do vnV the list paused at What Is ynn ambition 1 These questions werd gbading me to ruin and again Tcn ne near makign slip I started in tolwrite To dill k all tlio champagne there is In the W rid but caught myself wheji I had written To drink and finished dSwfrom your sweet lips I had no sooner written thlhIch I had Q msidered a high flown cOmpliment wh I real ized tuat it was tantamount to a decla ration She wtis looking liver my shoulder umd tdget a glimpse of her face I turned thy head My beard came incontact with the aIm ist invisi ble down oh her iCheeki Oh she exclaimed Excuse me l said The glimpse I got satisfied me that I had stepped off the river bottom and must swim I was startled at the dis covery had never been before beyond my depth and an indiffeienit swimmer Ij NEWSYLETTER From Sycamore alley4Visiting Stock Sales Etc We are having some nice dry autumn weather Farmers are about through cutting tobacco Mr and Mrs fan Mcllvoy and two little daughters are Visiting in Arkan sas and Colorado J D Sutherland bought a calf from Marion Thompson for 11 R N Vowels and j L Gammack of Anderson county spent last Monday night with J W Wails IEyerett Keeling and two sisters of spent Saturday night and Sunday with their sister Mrs Lee Settles fatnilyspentSund Mrs JfI Settlesison the sick list Mrs J S Innran and daughter Miss Eva were in Springfield Monday to see Ormsby Shewmaker who is very ilL Miss Umia Childers of Nashville Tenn is visiting her cousin MlJ S Thomas at this place Miss Agnes Hines of Ohio is visiting her old Kentucky friends The Misses Inman visitedthe Misses Montgomery Saturday night and Sunday r TY Sutherland and wife spent Monday with J W SutherIandSand wife of Willisburg J L Cammack spent Jlst Sunday night with his nleice Mrs Sutherland Several from IHis place attended county urt Monday Last Warning To Taxayersi- Your t taxes for 1907 are due and the penalty will go on NoYembJ 1 After that date taxes can not I be paid to me anda tax warrant will be issued against you by the county clerk and executed within ten days thereafter making an additional cost to you at 18 per cent Come in before Nov 1 and save ad ditional cost of execution anti sale ontlet this matter SkiP your mind Nov 1 J S OSBOURN tS W C C U M IISNAREDHIMIgafthaF Stilfl confess I hall been paxl dUng around the girl who w as about to well to drown me She says Tin cynical and I suppose I uni though t am somewhat excusable In tills ih tanqe for the word drovln curries iput niy simile r struck out wildly That wonT 10 I said sin a book to be seen by any and every body They might thin11 nanwhul Its true Itsshall il scratch it 041I out1 This was no reply niv question but it ex pressed a lot 0 thecs may nOt understanI what it meintJbut I did was I i for the next question aflcl read dloud Jo you consider marriage a failure I wanted to write Us I felt I wish I knew which It will be for me if I settle this matter now but of coUrse- I could t write tlmt so I t mpolized and a mnn who temporizcHi with tiff girl he courts is lostthat Is if mar riage is a failure I wrote It depends upon whether one gets a gool wife1 Ifsa wonder she didiit hugh when she saw what I had written but she didnt TWs was a serious Irtisiness Dont you think that a one sided vIeAv to take of It1 she said ina soft yoke t i Upon my word I exclaimed I wlis t more and more rattled every raoAient Ill fix jtand r wrote oii burin this casd I stopped ogain VVbat case sheasked in the same soft tone h Why the case we were talking werent we talking about a case So we werent How stupid Oh Wluit a convcniOtword aid how a girl can use It Ive since trod it myself but without thk slightest effect Think Qf1 man using Itlld with out the softness of voice tbi surprise in the eyes tlie injured look about the moitli OnO might as well expect a woman to produce an effect I y the use of a swear word And yet tlii girl was snaring me with it You Seen to think I egan and punsed Yes she thought an she had a right to think lint what 1 was about to say wouldnt hulp matters She didnt say Oh r wished sie woyld or aliything to start me afresh 1 turn ed to the book tor a way o4Wiint is your faiyorite Qiethod of proposal 1 The question must hive been put in for the women hind were flirts at that A inan a favorite beverage but owenfI1O method of proposal all laid depended on the this next question and it gone me I surrendered at discretion I wrote deliberately VA man should simply say I love you Will you be in4y wifeT Then I turned and looked her square in the face i Shes got her question book yet but keeps It under lock and key j EDGAR To EVANS 5 OrW F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Had n Barber B DLAKEInstiranceAgeut SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident 0Oldlffassuchusetts Mutual reliable and the best divide dPayingcompany in the world Your insurance icited HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS J 7t09 a m 1 4 to 8 m Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD 7 t KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER CJ HAYDON8 DRUG STORE Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1to2 P M Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Haydon Robertsons Drugstore Office phone 115 jtesidence phone 172 JH LAMPTQNy M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 J MISS ELLA ADAMS INURSE r TELEPHONES Day 9ht Night 109 tit SCOTT iATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonanda1and EederaliCourts C C McCllOD ATTYATLAW c Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts 1 W D CLAYBROOKEs i ATTYATLAY I Springfield Ky Will practice In tne courts of Washington ofAppealsW E ELECMANli ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washiing1onkud MARSHAL DUNCAN LAWTER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will i ractice in the Courts cif Wash al1dintheCourt tv5 M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 JOHN Y MAYES Ifuneral Director Licensed Embalmer PRli FIELD KENTUCKY J Best Attention Every courtsey shown Ikwidsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes rer hone Day IU Night 74 LUBBING RATES WlHf LDUlSViLLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 TheS in and the Daily Courier Joi rnal except bunday 640 Same ncluding SundayL 8 20 The Sun and daily Courier Journal any three days in the weekmH 3 7C The Sun one and tim daily Coi4riorJournal any three day in the week six mdriths 230 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ier Journal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Jlerald one year 3 25 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4iO 1 SIS SIlSSiSSiSiSSi ee ee eleele B D LAKES r IBARGAINS IN REAL t- ESTATE No 22d21acres7 miles from Springfield gooddweUiJig good han young orchard fine mineral spring of water Price per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling l d scholhouset iNo 4255 acres three rood barns two dwellings plenty of t grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres sev n miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf Imile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 Ctesltimbtwo d r No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good timber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orchard good Ilarge dwelling make fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 16196 acres7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springiield one good six room ddwelling on good pike 3J miles from one mile from school good barn AUoutbUIldingS 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 1902751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco twostockibarns cow house two tenahthouses two dwelJsplenoof Isprings fine young orchard all kinds of fruit Ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20 250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling Itwo good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre t Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price I No 237 139 j acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile fromtMaud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike One Irqom dwelling in goocf r pair 2 tobacco barns 1 stocK b rnlcorn ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2 miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling Igood cellar welt in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn pining layed in cement water in every field all Iyear fine set of grass 35 acres of4orn in this year No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from IBardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn S36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun tyPiice 60 per acre All limestone land No 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun Ity for a home Cheap pNo 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Spnngfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber Well watered Plenty of grass Cheap V j i No 36House and lot seven rooiri dwelling hath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water allover house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 pikeJ4armWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 39102 acres good four roam Swelling tolacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacc land 7 miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per lacre acres four room dwelling well fenced and wateredgood land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well jn yard 2750 No 4L220 acres seven miles from Springfield ei ht miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfl re mulesCBuggy house and all outbuildings FinCgrass plenty tobacco land II Threequarters of a mile from school and church Pric 45 per acre easy payment INo 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Sp ingfieldCgood small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 86 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small house stock barn well watered find tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre eNo 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small st some timber p enty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 No 49Aarm containing 254 acres eight miles from Spring good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre tobacco barn Iplenty tobacco land good barn plenty water Plenty locust 1 posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre a No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield On good pike 8 I room dwelling 5 acre tobacco bamplenty tobacco land an locust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to s hopl two miles from a depot 50 per acre No51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike m Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun ty Good five room twenty ye acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School f miles No waste I land on farm On rural route Price 47 per ape No 53 AJ good inv1tnrent in city property on Main street No 54Tbwh Lots On Grundy and Covingtori avenues No 55200 acres 4 miles froiri Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco barn hQlds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farm SltIuated in one of the hen neighbornoods in county 01eof1he best farms in county Who farm will raise tobacco per acre No 57163acres 3 nthsNorthof Mackville on Willisburg pikeI6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acre fine tobacco land plenty locust posts wen watered and fenced Price f31 pet acre No 59133 acres 8 Miles from Springfield 5 dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn stable and meat house milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Price 30 per acre I No 60330acres 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 tplenty of tobacco land price 15000 ofINo 61 125J acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres of i soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tdbacco barn stable and buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of land I Ie No 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles fromBloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63iSO acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco Ian1 of water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson cotmoy Price 50 per acre B D Lake Springfield S4S I4SSSS It t t Cj- t f t k t 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1907 ttDestroyed niy store lalilih I d yfnight but before the lames had hardly died away I had telephoned for more goods and wil soon be i t prepared to supply the wants of the i people of this vicinity now have a stock of groceries haVilg opened in the old blacksmith shop building tI ChasII OderFe- nwickyit d Ky i All persons owing me are reques i aa ted to come Jn at once and settle+ W I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1 SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR e In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield x Ely thefsJ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION On Year J100 r SIX otbB r b0 Thrbe Months 251 i fjJTTTi writing to have your address cchanged alwy8 give the pbstoffice to which your paper youWiS1iw Subscribe for The pt ear 4 JIf i J DEMO TICKET RYI BeckhamForFor Lieutenar t GovernorSouth Trim le BosworthForFor Secretary of State = Hubert Vree For Superinte dent of Public Schools WinfreyFor K Hend rick For Commiss ones of Agriculture U NewmanFor alsJ B Chdnault For Railroa mmissionerC C McChord For State S natorJ Rogers Gore For Represer tatseW C McChord APi Wr h Six fet IMr relwhoBill W o liyes near the Barren river bridge has a pig four monthsold tiat will weigh about sev entyftve pour ds that has six separate and distinct f et s iya the Allen county Times The biff is well formed and is iright wit the exception of haven two more feet than necessary The Price of iPaper- CourierJournal The matter of the price of paper isI growing in importance arid in interest to the publishers of newspapers But it should beof interest to readers as well The subscription price orsale price7 of some newspapers has already been advanced and in some cases dou bled entirely or chi flY on account of the rise inmaterial The cost of issuing Vcaper must be pet in some way or the phper cannot lie If tho cost of production be greatlyaugmented there mus be a corresponding advance in subscription or advertising rates or in both The A erican Newspaper Publishers Association held aspecialmeeting in New York during the past week on the call of the president Mr Herman Rid der publisher of the Staats Zeitung The whole paper situation was dis xiUssed and tr ated onthe most Important questionof the day in newspaper economics It was stated that the rise in the price ot paper had been so great that many newspapers that were once imoneyprice have been made some Otthe vestoppedmaking production hits practically stopped A Committee on Paper consisting of representatives of the New York World the New York Times and the St Paul Pioneer Press made a report which formed the basis 6f the discussion The members told of the efforts they had made to get paper and the ob stacles which they encountered on every hand These resolutions reported by the committee were then adopted lit viewof the information submitted to the A erj1anNewsPiper PubS Ushers on on Paper indicating that unlawful combinations of bapermakers have been or nized recently that artificial accomIplisheqsuch efforts has een disobeyed the American NewspaperPublishers Asso ciation heresy instructs its Committee on Paper to invite 1he attention of the President and the Department of Jus tice to these move ents which we re gard as ortspira01 s in restraint of trade andwe give these instructions tothe committee in order Firs t That the authority of the existing statutes for repressionoftrade combinatiSns may be invoked SecondThat the defiance of recent judicial action prohibiting participation in such combinations by certain West ern mills may be punished And that the President of the Unit ed States may be put in possession of information which shall equip him to advise Congress of the abuse of tariff powers by pap rmaker The resolution followed Resolved That it 4s the sense of this meeting that the duty on printing paper wood pulp and all material en tering into the manufacture of printing paper be immediately repealed The following resolution haying a bearing upon the first was also passed Resolved That the membership of the association pledge themselves to an adequate assistance for legal counsel and other expenses in assisting the Government in any prosecution that may be undertaken and that the Exe cutive Committee be instructed to gather information and raise such funds as may be required by assess ment according to tonnage or linotype machines as the committee mayelect It is clear that the situation is se rious when representatives of the largest papers necPesgary to re It remains ito be seen whether the newspaper publishers and readers com prising the bulk of the population of the United States or a few monopolists shall have control of this import ant matter It is out of the question that the latter should be allowed to- go into a partnership with the Govern ment in prdfer to defraud the reading public of the United States Sudden Death 1fKentucky Standard Mrs Marie Boone wife of Mr Will Boone of Bell wood died suddenly Sunday afternoon of something like flux aged thirty years Mrs Boone was formerly Miss Marie Hiland was highly esteemed by all who knewher She leaves her hus banda little girl five years old her father Mr Stephen Hill three sisters Mesdames Hiram Kendall and Emanuel Walker arid Miss Sissy Hill and one brother Mr Samuel Hill all of the Bellwood neighborhood Her illness lasted only about twentyfour hours She was complaining Saturday but was not thought to be seriously ill On Sun day morning a physician was summon cd yet without avail and she died about five oclock in the afternoon The fu neral Was h churchlTuesday morning the remains were buried in St Thomas cemetery The VKnow it Alls So many people have such clear critical knowledge of other peoples affairs as to neglect to wonder why they are not in active business com ignoranceJahnf h I Tr 1i iI 4l t 11i 1Ll- I I 1YOIU ARE NVITEDJ 1 I TO ATTEND 11 II American- r L 1 i Beauty Corset vtrpry A Ii JEMONSTRATIONEf Ie Tf CAMERICgN Kalamazoo N9EAUTYStyte758j Corset Co Makers IrT OUR STOREw j ISEPT 3Oth to OCT 5thR t MISS HARRISON Expert Corsetier representing the Kalamazoo Corset Cowill be shquldtidividuality so desired by every woman of refinement It It will be a pleasure to her to have you call and talk Corset whether you wish to purchase or notrIi i We will have on display AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS in a variety of models to1iiit fit any figure and suit any purse Dont forget the date We invite every one to come It will be greatly your interest to attend this demonstration I PetticoatsI ery kind Our Fall and Winter Stock is larger than ever before The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE Co PORATED INCOR j ELECTION OFFICERS List of Those Who Will Serve In Their Respective Precincts in the November Electron Fredericktown No IC R Filliat reau Joe Conner Judges C M Brin gle Sheriff L A Hamilton Clerk Mooresville No 2I N Arnold Pet er Shehan Judges J N Hayes Sher iff J W Hayes ClerktWillisburg No 3 Merntt Hungate Walter Hale Judges T E Vilson Sheriff JJ Sharp Clerk North No 4T D Graham Geo Barnett Judges J A Derr Sheriff Oscar Brown Clerk Hendren No 5J A Coulter D W Burns Judges Andrew Divine Sher iff W L Graham Clerk Mackville No 6S M Campbell W J Matherly Judges Walter Hume Clerk W W Hatchett Sheriff Pottsville No 7G Sparrow Geo W Cocanougher Judges J Si Coyle Sheriff Chas B Pope Clerk Springfield No 8F R Neal G L Wharton Judges H M ONan Sr Sheriff C W Stallings Clerk Springfield No 9W J Smith J P Edelen Judges J F Bishop Shei iff R M Qsbourn Clerk Springfield No 10J Y Mayes E S Mayes Sr Judges S J Smock Sheriff JH McClure Clerk Kelly Strop No 11=G W Oder J P W illett Judges L B Prather Sheriff B B Leachman Clerk Brush Grove No 12Robt Thomp son Preston Prather Judges Thad Cheathum Sheriff E Pi Deadman ClerkAfter the completion of the above work of soliciting the officers the com missioners adjourned until a call by the chairman to supply any vacancies that may occur This Sept 18th 1907 J S OSBOURN Chairman W E SELECMAN Member TJ MILLER Secretary Dog Burled In Fine Coffin A Tunbridge Wells Eng woman who recently lost a dog of which she was very proud ordered from a local undertaker a handsome polished oak coffin with silvered fittings for her dead pet HAPPY HOLLOWI wntingMrMSunday with the family of Mr J M Shields Mr Solomon Kays and family spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Sabe Hardin at Valley Hill Misses Mattie and Della Keeling of Willisburg spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Lee Settles at Sycamore ValleyrMrs Samuel Coulter spent Sunday with Mrs Tom Mcllvoy at this place Several from this place r attended meeting at Mackville Sunday night Mrs J D Sutherland is visiting her father at Sparrow Misses Eva and Maud Inman and Mr Ernest Shewmaker spent Sunday with the Misses Montgomery Misses Peat and Myrtle Armstrong Sarah Shields and Georgia Oder and Messrs Erastus Shields John and Bob Sutton of Springfield spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Jessie Noel and had an enjoyable time with grapha phone music Mr Walter Lake wife and little daughter spent Sunday with Mr and g cnfdOk feet CBless goes the Wines Mdenl kheronO J Mrs Tom Tennil at this place There was a large crowd present at tha social given by Mr JohnArm 0 strong Thursday night Mr FG Noel who has been on the sick list is able to be out again Miss George Oder and Miss Jessie Noel visited friends at Jenkinsville one day last weekispentMondayThomas and family at Pleasant GroveYMr Tom Coulter wife and little daughter Mattie Bell spent Saturday and Sunday with her father Mr Rich and Hardin at Scruggsville Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Flossie attended meeting at Tatham Sunday Miss Irine Sutton Willisburg sp ntS aturday night and Sunday with her sister Mrs Allen Sutton at Sycamore Valley Found At Last J A Harmon of Lizemore West Va sayst last l Have found tfle perfect pill that never disappoints mep and for the benefit of others afflicted Vith torpid liver and chronic constipa NewLife25c at Haydon Robertson Druggists I FALL and WINTER CLOTHINGI i IV For Men and Boys Suits for autumn and cold- weathersuits of the new est styles suits that have the proper fit and finish suits that retain their shape andare highly serviceable SUITS GALORE FOR MEN AND BOYS Our readymade suits excellent workmanship made of the best cloth and are without a su perior andboysOur stock is varied this Sea i latestmodels runMclntireiSpringfield i J J Jt L t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1907 ii 5 IUTTTS SPRINGrELDS POPULAR PLEASURE RESORT IheGt f AND POOL TABLESj WILL BEOPENED FOR THE SEASON ABOUT OCT 1stY t The Bowling Alleys have been repair andi put in first class condition and are now about the best alleys in the State and we assure the people of Springfield lnd Washington county t yearndThe Building is now being repared and we believe will be ready fot business on the above named date OCTOBER r 1 KYtJ TtJTr i I I Dr41J M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST vTeeth Extracted With out Pain GROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Ddntal Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office In HaRon Block j up stairs j f Local News Notes t M A Shirley Co Willisburg want to hire a blacksmith for the in J coming year Good house furnished LOST Brown bird pup Information T will be appredatedCHAS ROBERTSON i NoTlCEJThe ladies of the Spring t church will give a court day dinner to which all are invited 11ie 4th MpndavIn October LOST U iBlt ELLAWith L A Burns name enravedonhandle Please re tturn to McClure M yes tore from 14 i where it was taken L A BURNS FOR RENTBy Mrs Laura West 15 acres of i corn ground near St Rose Apply to W F Grigsby Springfield j Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company the only company that j Pays its losses in1 full J Nr Wells General Mnj Junction City Ky i FOR SAliE One Deering Corn Ear r yester good as new Will sell cheap il J K WALLS- i i Springfield KyRF D No 2 Nptice is hereby given that the 5 per cent penalty has been added to all un l pjaid schoial tax for 1907 whichmust be aitax warr nt will be issued and pla r in the hands of the sheriff for collec tionfI G C WHARTON Secy LOT M NEY Atrihe Fredericktotvn Wa1It ker one of the solicitors for j picnic lost a five dollar bill If an honest person found it it will be reo turned to Miss Walker G We sti lay you cash for chickens and eggs Let us have them We are 1not in the trust Cap bells PLEASANT DAYS OUTING The picnic given by the members of the Springfield Baptis Sunday School at St Roses dam pi last Saturday was well attended bj the little folks and a quota of rown folks was not lacking Thee usual supplyof fun upon such occasions was riot want and everything combined to make ling days outing on full of enjoyment The little folks vied with the ducks and geesein a swimnirig contest in the stream while the grown folks ventured in the water only far enough to tempt the turtles with their toes r JUDGE SaW HAGER and CON JI GRESSMBN BEN JOHNSON will address vote s of Washington County in Springfield tomorrow night Thursday Noce There will muleIcolts at my jla a i p im Saturday Spt 28th All in terested in m 11s invited and a special invitatioii is extended to mule buyers j We will give you the ghid hand land mept you halt way in any rnue you1 may want to buy J EJ SHELBY II IlltI ForIiie- I 1j will unless sold privat6lyl on SATURDAY SEPT 28 offer for sale to the highest idler the- Houseand Lot on L banon st eetknown as the Leachman t pme JA i opportu pity to bjIya mee ome ch poGood Stable and grass lot for cow land horse Will gladly show irospecti e buyers through house at ny time For fur ther particulars app y to orzddress WALTER t LEACHMAN 376 Sprirfefield Ky J I t +Hit + Stunning Millietie For the Fft i r We have an elaborate display of Millinery forphe Fa trade and are anxious for the ladies tocme iniand t sec our fashionable headwear 1 j in Readytbweiir iEverytJing Hats on Display I 4Thecreations shown by us this season ate indjivilual and exc ive the many new models will receive praise all the Every lad es + Day AnOpeliing Day i Our present quarters are so cro wifh jJ f We have decided to not hold a formal erj this season but our stOCK is now read for invite the ladies to call and see the highclass y w rilIfor this season We feel that our of ready wea IS np excelled anywhere ih point of beauty and elega ceV t Mrs WilliamsIgJ Spring field Ky f 4i 11 0tf v f SUNDAY SCHOOL tWORKERS lllSundaySpringfield last Sunday He visited p11 the Sunday School in the morning and in the afternoon called a mass meeting at the Presbyterian church After an addre s by Mr Fox the Washington County Sunday School Asj spciatiori was reorganized and the fol lowing officers elected President Rev R E C Lawson Vice PresidentYRv- W t H Williams Secretary and Tre urer Mss Ella Shaunty DEPARTMENTAL SUPERINTENDENTS Educational department Prof Clar ence Adams Visitation department Rev G W Lyon Organization depart ment J S Sm9ck Elementary Grades department Miss Viola Brown Inter roediate department Mrs C D Robertson Adult department ClR Mc Whorter superIintendentsconsti cutive Committee the countyPresident being ex6fficio chairman Officers for Springfield Magisterial District President R Gray Vice President John Roberts ise nd Treasurer Miss Annie reotarya At night there was another mass meeting at which Mr Fox delivered an excellent address on Sunday School Pedegogy During the course of the evening the following resolutions were presented and unanimously adopted Whereas The conference year has closed and in the reappointment min istis Bro G W LYOnma here moved from the call of the Spr field church therefore be it Resolved First That we do find in Bro Lyon a true yoke fellow in advancing the Masters cause that he is loved and respected by all yet is ever ready to take a decided stand where a principleis at stake Secondrhatwe do respectfully re que preside g elder if he considers it wise to do so to return Bro Lyon to the are of the Springfield church forth year R E C LAWSON Chairman WMH WILLIAMS Cler FOR SALE Two good wagons MH J NES S Co Judge Hager and Mr Johnson Tomorrow Night Thursday Did Not Do Miracles A little town n Providence boasts a church whose pastor besides being Prcimeetings the services were disturbed by two young men who audiblysco ed at everything they saw or heard finally the pastor remonstrated with them on their behavior and asked them vhy they attend t9ne meeting rUVe came expecting to see miracles jerformed imprudently replied one pf the rascals Leaving the desk and walking quietly down the aisle the pastor seized one after the other by the collar and as they disappeared out of the door dontPera form miracles here but we do cast but d vilsBoston Globe aabaOaeaeaeaaedeaea b I Personal Notes I fj- Q IeVisitors In and Out of TownAi Round Up of the Weeks Personal News e1G a aQeaaeaaQaeaeaeqaI Mrs1 J W Riedell and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville IMessrs Will Wharton and H M Grundy were in Lebanon Sunday 7Mr John Norris nor Tex the guest of Mrs Sallie Shaunty 4IS Miss Jeffers of Lo the guest of Mrs Harry Shader Mrs Kate Spalding and daughter Miss Ma yBellof Lebanon Were here TuesdaypMrs jC D Robertson and Miss Sallie l cElroy went to Louisville to day for a short visit Mr John Thomas ot Shelby coup ty spent last week with his brother- Mr P J Thomas = Mr HB Waters was in Louisville Is1wee kIMrs Ella Starky and Miss Bessie Caldwell of Martinsville Ind are guests of Mrs A G McElroy Mrs W F Trusty and children are at New Hope on a visit to relatives iLIA son ea of Messrs Richard Durham Silaa Logsdon and Kobtl Mattingly is ill Miss FanrYe Smith isi the guest of Mrs Garland Thompson of Louisyille- Mrs HL D Rodman of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs 1 H Thurman t + Mrs JW Riedel and children are guests of her parertsm Louisville Mrs G D Hobertson entertainedI at five hundred Thursday Miss EfiieThurmon of Danville is the guest of Misses Myrtle and Mabel Price Mrs Pius Whalen of Bardstowri is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben F Simms of near town Dr and Mrs JV jDaugherty have returned to their home in Bards town after a few days stay with Mrs Lula Kelly MrsIke Wright and daughter Miss Elizabeth of Bloomfiekl spent astweek with friends and relatives ere MrsW T McElroy has returned 1orne from Louisville r Miss Lydia Huston is the guest of icr sister in Washington City =Miss Edith Clemens after a visit- f three weeks to Miss Lydia Duncan Richmondvirginia and4aqEVA Richards and wife of Sherman te swere guests of Miss Bettie Graycroft last week r Miss Margarite Edelen who has been here for the past two years left Friday to make her home in Birmingham Alabama Mrand Mrs George McBride af ter a weeks visit to Mrs M L Sear cy haye returned to their home m Louisville T Messrs Arthur McGill and Louis Cam attended the State Fair Friday and Saturday Will Claybrooke is in Danville on business Mrs Dudley Wells and children of Lebanon have been guests of Mrs J YM j ayesI v Mrs Joseph Claybrooke has ro turnjed from Bardstown where she has been on a visit to her mother Mrs Smith 4Mrs Kate Williams was in LOUISA vi lellast week adding to her fall line of millinery Miss Minnie McClellan has returned fronj Louisville where she has been spending several days inspecting fall fmillihery =Will Selecman was in Louisville Sunday Miss Maggie Hardin has returned ifrom a visit to relatives in Louisville The Rev D P Deacon of Shepherd Yille was the guest of Rev G- W Lyon Monday Revs Deacon and Lyon left Tuesday for Columbia Ky to attend the Methodist District Conference Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon was- herethe first of the week Miss Frances Martin returned home Monday from a weeks visit to her aunt in Louisville Mr C C McGill of Lebanon was here Monday on business Miss Lydia Williams of Maple Hill spent Tuesday here Messrs Wathen Simins Will Med ley and Evan Hagan were in Bards town Sunday Misses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell spent a few days in Louisville this week Rev R EC Lawson will leave Friday for Union county wherehe will be engaged in a protracted meeting TEXAS JLee Cpchran ofLebanon spent one day last week her si t 1Mrs Jim Murphyi spentIlastQuite a number from here attended the State Fair in Louisville Born to thewife of Mr Tom Hays on the 21 an eleven pound boy M1ReddClark of Penick and sis spent Monday withiMrs M E Drane Mis Pany Ben irigton of Lebanon and Mrs Burnside of Danville spent Saturday with Mrs C R Drugan Mr Sam Montgomery of Oklahoma is visiting friends near this place t Extend Sympathy to Family Editor Sun On Wednesday Sept 18th we received the sad news ofthe death ot ourj schoolmate and friend Sidney Greene Although we were expecting his death yet it came as a shock to us li seems so hard to realize that only three months ago when at the Union depot in Louisville Ky we goodbyeIIshall ever remember Sidney as a big hearted boy who was ever ready and willing to bestow any favor upon you that he could We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to his brothers and sIsters andy we all be able to look to Him who doeth all things well and realize thatUNot now but in the com mg years it may be in a better land well read the meaning of our tears j and them sometime well understand MRJAND MRS WILHELM PEPERSON Pittsburg Pa 48 Bellflower St 31 Ward = = == = JI= Mandolini AND uitar Class I TAUGHT BY Sue WYJTerms 2 per month Every to ve benefit of Club practices in the Saxton Glee Club free Two pub lie concerts during the Y ar with con test for Gold Medal at the endof term Will Also Teach Beginners on The VIOLIN Glass room SthPhone The cheapest and best chance you will probably ever have to learn something about music and to play an in strument that will always be a pleas atlonceClub work r= = = 118 117 FALLNtILLlNERYIj IT WILL BE ELABORATE j Nothing has before exceeded the exclusiveness and elaborateness in this seasons millinery which will be Iseen in its entirety at my opening to be held shortly My line of the seasons swell headwear is the most complete to be seen and embraces every conceivable creation of the milliners art was selected by experienced millinersiand with the object in view of giving my cus tomers the same advantages offered by the best city stores ReadytoWear HatstIn the meantime we sire getting on a line of elegant i readytowear hats and are now able to fit you up in the latest and most stylish creations in millinery IMISS Willie KnottSpringfield Kyrlf r e p ti f j t swk I t jI 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1907 THE LlONND THE MOUSE tt iiByCHARLES KLEIN JI tl A Story fAmerican Life Novelized From the Slay ty ARTHUR HORNBLOJT l I COPYRIGHT 1906 BY G W DILLINGH AM COM PNY reerso4 interfered you want to add to the furls misery 1 Dont you think she has II offered enough 1 Do you know what she has done aId Ryd r with pretended indigna Jt is LSiless to insist Jefferson tion She las insulted me grossly I never was so humiliated in my life She has returned the check I sent her 4instnight ir payment for her work on V my biography I mean to make her take that ITU ney Its hers She needs it Her fat lersU beggar She must take it bad Its only flaunting her contempt for me in my face and I wont permi It 1idont tl ink her object in refusing that money was to flaunt contempt in your face cr in any way humiliate IYOUtJDswe ed Jefferson She feels she has bee sailing under false colors i juifrid desires 0 make some reparation 4And so si e sends me back my mon Tey feeling hat will pacify me per blips repair the Injury she has done me perhaps buy me into entering into c her plan of txelping her father but it vont It on y increases my determlna tion to see her and her Suddenly fchanging th topic he asked When do you leave us1 Nowat oncethat is Idontknow ans vered Jefferson em ba- rt8sed This fact is my faculties are w1erofthlnJdnyou see what a wreck you have made t of our lives Now don t moralize replied his tfather testily as if your own selfish ness in des lug to possess that girl want the mainspring of all your ac tions Won ing his son out of the room he add d Now leave me alone with her for j few moments Perhaps I can make hsr listen to reason Jefferson st red at his father as if he t feared he were out of his mind What do you mean Are you he ejaculated mmandjed the financi ruSlam the door you go out and shell think s eve both I presentlyTheJefferson gave the door a Vigorous 4 pull and John Ryder stood quiet wait ingfor the gli I fo emerge from sanctu 1ary He did not have to wfiiit long The door so h opened and Shirley came out slovly She had lier hat on Jlidwas drawingv on her gloves for through her wjindow slje had ciiight a glimpse of e standing at the curb She started on seeing Ryder standing there motionless a dshe would have retreated had he m t Intfer cepted her HI wish to speak to you Miss Rbss- a more he began f HI have nothing to say arswered Shirley frigidly Why did you do this he asked holding out the check Because I d not wantyour i loney she replied with hauteur HIt was you s You earned it he said r No I came here hoping to ir fluence you to help my father The wo k ldid Vas part of tie plan It happ ned to fall my way took lti as a mansto get to your heart But itisy urs Please take it It will be useful J t N9t she solid scqrnfully cant tell you how low I should fall in my own estImat1oi if I your money Jjloney she a ded ringing Con tooktempt why ti ats e is to you Its your god Shall yjnir joi my god No thank you I wistfully Am I as bdd as that IrolRfder You are as bad ajs anIt swerecj decisively thatthe So bad that I even good money 1 He spoke ligtijtly but v she noticed that he winced f Money itself Is nothing repjlied the girlults the spirit that gives it the spirit that receives it the spirit that earns it the spirit that spends it Money helps tcreate happiness It also creates misery Its an erigine of destruction when not properly used It destroys Individuals asijt does nations It has destroy you for it has warp j ied your soul Go on he la ughed bitterly fl like to hear you Tj 7 ts J fi fV c r r 1 Ko you dont Mr Ryder no you dont for deep down in your heartyou- know that I am speaking the truth Money and the pow r It gives you has dried up the wellsprlngs of your heart He affected to be highly amused at her words but behi d the mask of cal lous indifference the man suffered Her words seared him as with a redhot Iron She went on In the barbaric aj es they fought for possession but thy fought openly The feudal barons fought for what they stole but It va a fair fight They didnt strike In the dPrk At least they ButIirehen yoi dont like your judges you remove them when a competitor out bids you you squeezf him out of commercial existence You have no hearts you are machines nd you are cow ards for iou fight un airly It Is not true It is not truehepro testedIIt Is true she insisted hotly A few hours ago In cld blood you doom ed my father to wha is certain death because you decided It was a political necessity i In other words he inter fered with your pe tonal Interests your financial Jnteres tsyouwitl so many millions you cdat count them Scornfully she added Come out Into the light fight In the open At least let him know who his enemy is Stop Stop Not n oth r Word he cried impjtttlently 1 u have diagnos ed the dl else Whaii 94 the remedy Are you prepared Ito reconstruct human nature i Confronting each 0 her their eyes met and he regard d her without re sentm6nt almost wi th tenderness He feItstranely drawn tl ward this woman who had defied aid accused him and madQ him see the world in a new light IuI dont deny he i admitted reluctantly that things seem to be as you describe them but it Is part pf the process of evolution No she protested Hit is tile work of God 1I I It is evolution ie Insisted Ab thats It phelret rted you evolve new IdeaS new schemes new tricks you all worship different gods gods of own ma tIng He was about to reply8sWhen there was a commotion at the door and Theresa ntered followed by a man servant to carry dowttjpe trunk The cab is rs miss said the maid Ryder waved them ajway imperious He hid spmethiritjj jirther to say whidh he did not care aor servants to hear Theresa and the i an precipitate- S Mrithdiew not und rstauding but obeying with alacrity Ia master who never brooked delay ID the execution of his orders Shirley hdignant look ed to him for an explani tlon You dont need tEJ2unrhe exclaimed with a quiet snAile in whl h was 1a Shade qf embarrassjne t II ai here to t611 you that 15 H6 stopped as if unable to find wOr Is wpile Shir ley gazed at him in utte astonishment Ah hej went on finn ly you have made it Scry hard for me to speak Again heK paused andtlisn with an effort he said slowly An lour ago J had Senator Roberts on the long dis tance telephone and Im igoing to Washington Its all rislit about your father The matter will be dropped Youve beatqn me I ai knowledge it Youre the first living oul who ever has beatqn John Burkett Ryder Shirley started iprvzt d with a cry of mingled joy aiid surprise Could she believe her ears VYas it posslblf that thp idrcadedColoss shad capitu lated nn l that she bid saved her fa flier Had the forces ofIrightarid jus tice prevailed after tl11 Hei face transfigured radiant exclaimed br athle SIr ifWhatj Mr Itde Y1umeantbat you are going to lielp ms tfotftr his fiake for yours he an swered frankly Shlrley hutig her head In her moment of itriumph she was sorry for alt the hard things she ha said to this man he held out her hi nd to him Forgive me she sal I gently HIt was for my father Ilhald no faith I heart was qf stoned Impulsively Rydtr drer her tlimHe clasped her two han s in his and looking down at her kindly he said awkwardly So it was so ItwasYou accom pUshed the miracle Its the first trau Ive acted on pure sentiment me tell you something Good sentiment is bad business and good business is bad sentiment Thats why a rich uiUu is generally supposed to have such i hard time getting into the ktngllom of huav eh He laughed and want onJhrn given 10000000 apiece 0 threemii yersities Doyou think Im 1oi enough to suppose I can buy ill way 1 But thats another Imatter Im going to Washington on behalf of your father because I want you to marry my son Yes I want you in the family close to us I want your respect my girl 11 want your locI want o earn it J wcak1spotmine I alwdyswtiritwha 1 cant gctl and I cant get your love t uless I car it Shirley re J1InlJ3e Slvlcr c pI thoughts svere put on Long Island at Marisapeq ia She was thinking of their joy when they heard the newsher fa ther her mother and Stott She was thinking of the future bright and glo- rIous with promise again now that the dark cloivls were passing away She thought o Jefferson and a soft light came Into her teyes as she foresaw a happy wif hood shared with him Why s6 soberrdemanded Ryder Youve gained your point Your fa ther Is to be restored to you Youll marry the man yOu love Im so happy murmured Shirley futtl1Ryder t his watch I leave in fifteen minUtesfor Wash ington he said Will you trust me to go alone HI tthstiyou gladly she answered smiling at tiinv I shall always be grateful Y9U to you for letting me convert You won me over last night he re joined when you put up that fight for your father M made up my mind that a girl so loyal to her father would be loyal to her husband You think he went on that I do not love my son You aremistaken I do love him and I want him to be happy 1 urn capable of more affection than people think It Is Wall street he added bitterly that has crushed all sentiment out of me- ShirJey laughed nervously almost hysterically I want to laugh and I feel like cry lugshe cried What will Jefferson say How happy he will be How are you going to tell him 1 In quired Ryder uneasily I shall tell him that his dear good father has relented and INo my arhe interrupted you say nothing of tef017t I drow the Iin0 at the dear good father act I dont want him to think that it comes from me at all Buff said Shirley puzzled I shall have to tell him that you What exclaimed Ryder Ac knowledge to my son that I was wrong thnt Ie seen the error otmy ways and wih to repent Excuse me he add d grimly Its got to come from him He must see the error of his ways Hut the error of his wayy laughed the igirl was falling in love with mb I can never prove to him that that w4s wrong The financier refused to be convinc ed He shook his head and isaid stub bornly u ellhe must be put In the wrong somehow or other Why my dear child he went on that boy has been waiting all his life for an opportunity to say to mb Father I knew I was in the right and I knew you were wrong Cant you see he asked what a fase position it places me in 1 Just picture II his triumph Hell pe too happy to triumph ob jected Shirley Feeling a little ashamed of his attitude he said Isuppose you think Im very obsti nate Then as she made no reply he ridded I wish I didnt care jwhat you thought Shirley looked at him for a moment Iy and then she grayflY Mr Ryder youre a great man youre ar genius your life Is full of ac tion energy achievement But it appear to be only the good the noble and the true that you are ashamed of When your money triumphs over principle when your political rower de feats the ends of justice you glory in your victory But when you do a kindly generous fatherly nctYhen you win a grand and obl ry over yourself you are ashamed of It It was a kind t generous impulse That has prompted you to save my father and take your son and myself to your heart Why are you ashamed to let him see It Are you afraid he w41J love you Are you afraid I shall Ijove you Open your heart wide to us Let us love ou1 Rydeivcompletely vanquish d opened his arms apd Shirley sprang for yardt and embraced him as she would- iravOjenibraced her own fathe4A soil coursed down ehelLIn tfiirry years he had not felt or ben touched by the emotlop of hu man affection The door suddenly opened and Jef fersoii entered He started on seeing Shirley in his fathers arms Jeff my bcisaid the financier re leusing Shirley and putting her hand in his sons rye done something you couldnt do Ive conSinced Miss Green I mean Miss itossmore4thatfTve aria aot so bad after Jefferson beaming grasped his fa Jhershand l Father he exclaimed Thats what I say rt then echoed Shfrley They tboth embraced the financier until overcome with emotion Ryder senior struggled to free himself and midI his escape from the room cry lug Goodby children Im off for Wash- Ington THE END Speaking4Down kansas statesman we hind a trial I attended once where itman named Joinson was on the stand Ioinsoi was for the defense and the way he was setting things straight WfiJ a cab tion Heresaidthe attorney for the prosecution when he took JOlnson in hand 4I want you to stop prevaricat lng Dont you know you arc under oath Stop what asked the wUnBSI 4Stop prevaricating The witness drew himself up with great dignity Well he said Id like to know how a man can help rirevari atin when hes lost two front teeth j1 1 JLtI sq 1StSsS SiS SISSIS S1SSISSsSuSs SIS SlSJSS- 1 A Piano Placed In Your Home On Trial FF rorresPondence lots enables 11S to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that will quicklyI convince the most skeptical that we can do all we say if given the opportunity Our line consists of the following worldfamous makes PIANOSIPRICE 178 UP PLA YER PIANOS 500 UP PIANO PLAYERSt PRICE 250 ontenfgro Ri Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trial NameJ l J I Addressi MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COINCORPORATED 628630 Fourth Avenue Louisville SI 9IS1SISISIS SSSISSSISISISISSSISISOssSiS SISISIS1S1SJSS sass o 0- 1 Matter of Disposition V Orglna11jThis Is a story something like duplicate whist which is Intended to elim mate chance In the game of whist and give n comparison of pure skfllThis story eliminates the physical person ality in the game of love and leaves all- to disposition When the engagement of Harriet Hartwell and Sam Thatcher was announced everybody said that it was a good match Harriet was a high prin cipled girl steady dignified full of noble aspirations which she made a good show In carrying out She was wealthy and ler surplus Income went where it wo mid do the most good Thatcher was also n steady going fel low with no evil or weak traits about him his life purpose being to achieve success and do his duty byhis fellows j Notwithstanding the opinion of the worldthc engaged coupe failed to grow together HarrietStudied when with her fiance to be interested in what he was Interested in to accord with him In his vlevrs in short tomake herself a part of him There came a period when Thatcher MIdiusuuIIhiteresthe was supposed to prefer to talk about and the next she would chatter lightly principally about what she was herself interested in Thatcher was rested by this semifrivolity and per mitted her to chatter to hdr content Then too hcartsI disposition to hme her own way little things and occasionally would fly Into a sudden burst of passion so Im potent 50 unreasonable that he was quite amus dlustend of flaring up bimselt he would sit and laugh at her Then when he had had enough of this summer tempest onn mlllpond ho would take her to his arms and cover her face with kisses The next time he called he would probably find her former self ready with her sympathy and practical ad vice ns to his affairs her expression of those strong womanly principles for wasso Valued by he would Indeed mill tha tishc hadwbicbfbC nothing that sliehnt1 as their last meeting One evening when he ciledhe hud witnessed the evening before one of bpr April storibs with a bit of thunder mind lightning thrown npand found her her own steady self he deliberately set about to make her angry She looketl at Him itlIn digniiied nstonishment He kept on Vhlf his prodding till final jy she arose iitl with a pained surprise mingled With contempt walked f out of the room He sent a maid for her but she declined to return and he went away witlioutseelng her He did not that night for he was much troubled Her treatment of ihim had repelled hmir she was to be always this serious self he was quit willing to release her from her euga ement Bat he could not give up that lighter Harriet who rested him amus ed him and of whom all he asked was to be loved However the matter next when ho monlstrativebefore Indeed It seemed that the bond between the two which even when shir was her lighter sfelf had been flimsy haJJ suddenly become unbreakable + Iff fi J r IIreal mutual ecstatic love Sweetheart he said what has brought about this change Im pledged not to tell IHe could get nothing from her but showed no disposition to relapse From that time till shortly before the wedding he saw no more of her othef serious self She was the same light whimsical irrational emotional lova ble creature When the lover tired 0 f his daily labors left them at his office he could be sure that during his evening r call upon his fiancee he could laugh and chat without being reminded o them Occasionally if he felt like throwing the burden upon her It would be received not with advice and dissertation on the better part for aI man to choose but a kiss thing above all pleased himshe a sympathetic heart for every badII Though Impulsive her Impulses Good And notwithstanding April storms she was In the main a model of amiability When Thatcher would speak to her about her former self and his delight that it seemed to have faded away fron her she would hide her face on his breast and say nothing SI At last the marriage was s ttor a month In advance The next time Thatcher called on hisi fiancee ho was astonished that as shehad been for a time a double disposition so she was now double in the flesh One of the two advanced to meet him HI am Harriet Hartwell she saldt and tliIfs Florence Kirk We met accidentally and were astonished at out similarity Suspecting that my dis 1mcutsmjy costum s jwhiledoing so She has proved conclusively that she is capa ble of you happy I am not- tcniternuted in rCCelY you until ydu showed on one occasIon a mental constitution with which I could never bo in accord Then I told Florence that I jwould resign you to her She had meanwhile grown to love you and the fetliug that she was to possess you cetheIl bed the bond sultperlorrapport with the former and needed the latter floes not Indicate that he was any the less a man He needed not a duplicate of himself but his comple ment EUGENE THATCHER Ideas tof the Soul The old Egyptians thought the soul Tas a bird with a human face nnll hu man hands which on the death him in whom It dwelt on earth ofI to the gods Its kin Drawings sculptured figures show this little winged soul sometimes represented as perched by the sarcophagus touching beforelItthought of as a tiny human figure In Roman dqs the butterfly was taken as its symbol In mediaeval plcturesaud reliefs we see It leaving the mouth of the dead either as a child or as a tiny naked manas for example is shown in the Caippo Santo of Pisa In Orca gnas fresco of the Triumph of thIIn northern lands we learn from folklore the soul not seldom left the body as a mouse or a snake It was on the former superstition that the story of the bishop of Hatto was based and also as some say that of the Pled Piper of Hamellri Checkering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert ArmIstrong Marshall Wendell Foster Co SohmerCecilian Farrand Cecilian and the Autopiano = fThe Cecilian A player that can be attached to any akepi oJy In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you arenotsatr isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent Ky f1Saved Her Sons Life The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee She writes One year ago my son was i down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help Ibegancovery and Isoon noticed improve ment I kept this treatment up for a wellHcpenter wdfk Dr Kings New DJscov ery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by Haydon Rob Trialbottle FOR AGElITSANOPPORTUN t The Old World 1And Its Ways By William Jennings Bryarr 1NOW READY FOR SOLICFr01r 576 Imperial Octayo Pages 251 Superb 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aslo carry a money P9ces JUftlfJYou jtoqomeseveraI Corn lete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries I J BLACK JOHNSON Pulliam Kyt f I T J T i i Y jheW1iee1 of Fortune Orl lpak winer and EbgeneConant were two very different characters Sumner the elder contraryto his fathers with wou d have nothing to do with butt ness When the Sl auishAmerican wa earn on he enlisted went to Cuba and yam back in command of hta compa ny Eugene was ke the father with t an ye single to lie accumulation p wealth They wer both bent ou moon- ey aping Pr or to going to Cuba Sumner Co nant had paid sorne attention to Gertrud Evans a lovely girl with no for tune But as Sui nor was pporyand his f tier had repeatedly told hinttha if ha swhlZmeaijit choosing a jenreer indicated by theld manheti cut hIm oil his ivill the boy iet the matter inJ the iirl go by default In the jexclte men of war he fjorgot zll abo and on hiss return fpund her eiigUged Jhls rather Eugene meanwhile ha gone to the orient on a business mis sion for his father Stunner had ho been at home a week before his lathe sudd nly died of apoplexy leaving al his roperty to Sugeiie This lef Sunnier out in the old and was t rare turn of fortune in GJertrude Evans fa i vor But another sudden turn of for tune soon followed Thp vessel o which Eugene was returning to Ameri ca was lost at set and all on board perished This gnp the Conant prop erty o Suindef as sole remaining heir at laiy and Gertrude remained poor It occurred to Sumner that with a tine fortupe he mighty have a very eas nt life visiting Europe hunting suebk ther occupations that were attractive to him But xoiisftiering that his fpr tune had so narrowly missed going his rothers fiancee lie thought lie shout do something for her After thinking vhe mutter over he concluded to off r her half of the property Tha offer Jie made by note He was greatly ast Dnished Ito receive by return mail a ref sal to accept the gift sumnerjma y int9Iinmourning for his brother was a del 4S cute one to put he Concluded to do a he had dine in the first case write It ote ten letters before he produc Hewed j he was willing to send Th- eIr watf as before a refusal N0 was mentioned but Sumner lat Iy inferred that her love for his brother was an pbstacle the more Sumner thought about hiain r Here was a girl without icent in t world xlecllnir g the half of a large r tune either or without a husband He thought IK would write begging her to permit him to do something for her with a fortum that had so nearly bee hers instead cf his But he to stop writirij letters and to gown d see berHe lid so and was received very graciously H stammered some tiesPassinrgi on s affairs but she stopped him conIduct had been very hurls he ufduce another ffer but found It impos sible to frame one that he sufilciontiy del cite When consideredI somehow bef It as if he had deprived her of what r ghtfully belonged to heij oathim in brood led seeing lie occasionally to make soma new pr position r which was aU ways declinedtill at last he mode t discovery that he was desperately hen love with hdr Then he went to her and told her that ifshe didnt marry brainds er under consider ition propro s Itotto would come and seeihjmhe would tell her something to her Advantage She called upon fitand he 1nfOlmcq her froInI nt mailed the da before lie sailed for home Qntafnlg will leaving all his property to her At the time he signed the will bes ipposed himself to be possess l of oily a few thousand dol thoIthe mails TIfne loss of thee ship in which Eugene sailed wasjreported by cablegram from Aden two dajs after he disaster occurred jtrjpon the tee Jpt of this news lss Evans returned to her home and wrote Sijimner Cohan t a note informing hlni that after all he was the heiress to jhInlJins the offer he theta wrote ofterJns Iferself and ihalf the property is otter was also Ueclincd She waited u days tliei invited him to como see her ImidlUv old o go off to Cuba with without saying anything to met II couldnt support wife Be sllesJBesides what I didnt laioy how7artuch I wanted you Lad 1 didiit suppose you wanted1 me any wayd She partly ru rued to a table and toyed Wltl l a 0k did rsiejsaid faintly A reAFelatlon lurst upon the mans stupid brain J3e went tq her and was another last turn in the hetivhecl of fortune They inherited th Conant property as one HARRIET B LEE JMnImperf c MilkingI inillededfrom what yer cause either careless theifault of the tmllkcr or from the difficult tak by reason of the anatomical con ts ruction of the udder are converted into worthless anlnialsi The milk that remains in the udder from imperfect milking is that which Is held by theI small pouches or milk vesicles high up in the bag and will form a curd that will excite inflammation and destroy the secreting function of its raucous lining or cause the adhesive and com plete closure of the cavity or pouch W R Gilbert + DAIRY NOTES Every year the silo increases in favor trJtlnthe dairyman The usual amountbf salt for butter iIs a half ounce to the pound How ecertlils varies according to the taste of the trade A little grnin while the cows arou P profitajbleXever tofull If the temperature is right the butter will come quickly Teach the boys to be gentle with tine cows Stoning nod chasing will not do Warm cream should not be mixed with cold cream Before mixing cool the new cream to the same tempjera ture Of that in the cream jar A gpodi uref01lost ciitl Ls a pal puB ojf b art night und morning UJ a good pus are ill daY ThelsmaUJied high fat cows area drug 9Il4ulr lug and dairymen It Is not auinc entthat pvs par al tbegtjnlnl they can eatIrhe stomjielji 0 eYe y animal needs something bulky upon which to work Good judgment knowledge tail skill are all necessary if you would be a successful dairyman ABcanbe at tanned Before butter is good It must escape the dangers from musty feed stag naut winter foul odors bacteria Iji pans mallsand strainers and overripe cream r Durl ag warm weather one of tlTe greatest difficulties is keoping nitlb- sweet jNotbing should be put In it Glean ness nod coolness arc the two preseratives that should be used anjl no oth r Letrkinty of sunlight into the burnt D seas germs and harmful bacteria exist in dark places They truly love darkness rather than light Neve use hard soap in washing dairy tonsils Soft soap should be used culy when It is impossible to clean ihe pans and pails without it Boillng water Is much more satlsfac toryI t 1 The Brown Swiss was Instroduce into this country by a Mass chuset Importer about fqrrV years age but has umerousatthoitgtllere h j Iasfor west as Missouri and north to the region of the great lakes One o8 the most valuable qualities of the Brows Swiss Is its vigor The grades and crossbreds In which the breed is used inherit these qualities of health and hardy constitution The disposition of these animals is excel lent both turtles and females being very quiet and docile thrive particularly well In mountainfiectfon s where the fodder and pasturage are rough and scanty ns in its native IfUKK IJIIEU DROWN SWISS home The subject of the illustration Is Ivalserin a pure bred Browu Swiss tint has iui excellent milk and butter record Her best years record was 10295 pounds milk 400 pounds butterfat 389 per cent fat weight 1400 onn sIV Value of Testing Today I would no more think of run aihg a dair without the Babcock test even if I had only two cows than I woUld of keeping house without a wifeI writes adaiijinan in KimbhilSj Dairy Farmer At one time I had two coin oPspezlitlcow with the ability to produce fifty pounds of milk daily when in full flow Beauty was a small aniinnl that barely ran as high as thirty pounds My hired man had often urged me to get rid of Beiiuty and usedjto say What a fill e thing we would make of this dairy if all the c jws were like Vll eyM I appliejd the scales und Babcock test to these cows and at rho end of a year rouI1lInumbersBeauty OOPOUl1qoof milk with an average test of 0 per cent Whitey BeforemanyIn the herd tracing buck to Beauty By the process of weeding out the poor ones the animal biitter averages I oegau to climb hlgiier each year from 327tomy business to my son the herd was averaging a pound a day 1Relieving a Choked Cow A writer in KiiubaHs Dairy Far C Says My experience in diiiry farming soItyn ty mind especially now One of my neIghbors tried the experiinent of fat Unf9rtuuatebthem Becoming alarmed bj their con litioii and having heard of relieving iIonstock and proceeded to hole the cow wallm the potatoes He pushed with 01ardmd she died When another one rhok d he tried to break the potato und sucI eeded in relieving the scow irtbeHue being but she died later from Mood poispri cuusedb the uuheces alT l nrS nsssucb measures are cldom necessary My practice Is tout a gag In the nipyth and let the gas oft and the potato will soften III1SS can be easily removed without any and the bloated animal is rceyed Community Breeding Professor W t Henry of Wisconsin in rjecent address sad VThb next great auvance will be mmmiiry effort The farmi ife Jn each ruimmlty shOt leI meet at the school h use stud harmoniously agree upon ic breed of da rJ cattle for hat con u If the most bloodin the llaIrrIherds now is Holsteln they nyrrnii upon TTr steins find HolsteIns o ly It it is some other breed the on that breed Where the farms are not large Insteaci of haYing scrub bull on ereh farm two thr efr even fo tr uiei hbors should join and buy one or two registered bulls The scrub bun Ilundredtlollnr1ands Gentleness and the Cow r to thus lyeen suggested many tIn sPnult th it the mind of the dairyman and the hi ed roan hats great influence on the osvs in every herd There Is no doubt Df this Some men have a harmonizing It cflect on all life about them Others It have a disturbing effect If there is a f nth ee In the world where a gentle man needed it is in a herd of cows It nioans as much money to the proprle o as does feed or shelter Givo the Bull ExercisedtThere Is nothing quite so soothing nshi to have the bull run the tread po e several hours a day It not only sweetOJ 8iij his disposition but keeps him inrsplundld physical condition and thIsro means other things being equal strongIIwon formed a iui welLfle vcJopeci r It Is a mistake to Leek tne Dun con stoutly tied pp and withno chance toexercise HIGH QUALITY BUTTER rSome Hints For the Buttermaker by an Ohio DairywomanrOne may delay the doing 6f many things without loss but to off churning when the cream is ripe is not in the list writes alJ1w man in American griculturist The mis take must not be made of thinkinsr t that butter is made by churning It is Isjof doctoring will cure a poor quality ot butter It is of the utmost Importance y that the churn be Scrupulously clean 0 sweet smelling before using In land to have It so it must be cashed after uSIng scalded and alretljcasionallys offbefloflt and WIll re move the musty odoI which sometimes linger around churns The putting of Cleansdingnot to be recommended as a very can pleasant odor will be developed LIn a or two especially if the weather islday After scalding the churn preparatory to using it must be rinsed In cold waT ter or else a woody smell will be Imp parted to the cream All wooden uten sins used in dairy work should be walsh ed in tepid water first and afterward scalded rinsed andr drlejd The dish th must never be used in dairy Iclo If a cloth ils oyez necessary It be for that one use Wooden wvare can be cleansed more rapjdiy neatly and satisfactorilY with the air of a brush Either rice straw or a bristle nealone We prefer to salt butter after It in removed from they chi rtI rather than brine salt it We salt at the rate alt one and onehalf ounce salt per pouncr mid think it adds to th keeping quail ales of the butter better than the ounce the pound method Patrons find narawith our butter s prepared Wo Incorporateand smearing It We press and touch lightly and daintily shape it or cut r into any desired for u and pack It ready for market The sooner It Is de livered the better The te aroma pith all wefS matte butter has is evanescent and when made Into ts or packages iexposure to the all s on dissipates thriHrflavor Cold st rnge does to retain this flavor Backing IE therway to retain it The market to of butter depends lupon its flavor than any other quality d pwt ahce should be ghen due Ptmlna EI but flavor Is paramount i rrT t i ic 8 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEBER 2 1907 4 Meeting of Baptists Tht Fifth Sunday Convention oLGen tral A ssociation will meet with Hardins Creel Baptist church next Saturday rtedtoJiasbuen preparedsSATURDAY MORNING 1003 to 1015 Devotional Exercises H Summers 1015 to llOOTh Sunday SchooL JR L Purdom leader li6bto ll30The Work of the3Gen eral AJssociation A C Graves leader T 1130 to 12QO Home Missions rW H Williams leader AFTERNOON Other topics may be introduced or substituted by vote ot the body i30j to 200rhe Prayer Meeting P L Creal and C B Pope leaders 4 1200i to 230 Some Meanings of Church Membership JW Campbell and H S Summers ScriptqresTeacH and B 0 Durrett 300 to 330The Need of District Missions L Ti Spalding J Ml Begley 1and general discussion j SUNDAY j QtoRogers and free discussion 11 dO Sermon R L Purdom At the Baptist Church Sunday e theIBaptist church on next Sunday morr ingl jThe pastor will as usual preach at 1ii11te IIssScotlandPrloij to the year 258 wjiich witness j ed Its Invasion by the Scoti a tribe who inhabited the northern portions of flelaneBcotlai4iterally the hilly country of the Cae s or The wQrd cael or gael Ltcorruption of Gadhel signlfying in tie hatfve jtongue a hidden rOYE twb le Scot derived from the native scui e tIearis practical the same thingI wanderer The Caledonians were le Inhabitants of the highlands the tcr tulnatlon dun expressing the Celtic for hill fort stronghold The Scots w repthe invaders from Scotia who sritedlands whereas the lowlanders Wre the Picts so called from their desc p tlon by the Romans picti painted m u Names and Their Meaning Good P opeitYiJ FOR SALEJ t BV f M EWING REAL ETA11 AGENAY HARRODS URGK i 200 feres with 80 acres bottom on Chaplin river at 25 t218 4cres in Washingtpn county si3t milesfrom Perrj yille at30 vr 120 acres nicely improvednear Card well 4 OOOr216 lacres near Washington county Tvillageat 45 247 c e Itcrop200 acres fine land near Mp Afee ab 68 309 acres Allen countv Ky increased 40 percen In 1 year good for 10000 In 2 years 4500 J Livery Stable 10 room house grocery Business and stock 6000 Good for 1800 a year- Residence and blacksmith jshop With 800 a year trade for 900 I L SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN J fortwo salrt JE lerrjnger Rt 1 has for sato 1000 cedar pQst 20c a piece Seay and Knox Danville Ky have for sale ten extra good fresh Jersey cows and two registered Jersey bulls Ready for service WH Leachmari Springfield has for sale two Jersey hulls registered j 7 To Rent t A fine 600 acre farm one half mil ftom Bloomfield Nelson county KyV This farm has on it a large tenroom brick dwelling with one large tobacco barn two large stock barns granaries etc ahd all necessary outbuildings ts well fenced andin good state of culti vation There are on this farm at convenient places three commodious Itenant houses with barns outhouses wells etc The farm is well watered and admirably located for a stock farm or dairy farm there being a creamery at Bloomfield Will sent this farm as a whole or in two separate tracts of 300 acres each For write or telephope Eli H Brown Jr Frankfort or LS gtvjgtt Bloomfi Jd Ky VIIILLSBORO itfrs J H Settles wlo has been very si6k is better at this writing tfiss Judith Montgomery spent Sun da j night with Miss Sarah Shields Mr Marshall Reeling and family tlpMr and Mrs Brown at Fairyiewlu G lIlbeySprings last Saturday night and Sun day T fr Chesser and wifer of Polin spent Friday last with their daughter Mrs Solpmop Kays rs Nan Scott Thursdaith M llrMr Gilbert Cljesser spent last Sun day with his sister iMrsSolomon Kays Misses Maggie Zora and Judith Montgomery and Sarah Shields attend ed meeting at Pleasant Grov Sunday i1tlSatM IaTbrother Lem spent Saturday night and Sunday with their sister MrsLeje Sere Mr Torn Bailey and wife were guests of ifriends at lexas Su day and Mon dayJ Mr Ernest Shewmaker of PleasantW roJ e was a guest at the Qme M Montgomery Sunday Mrs Mollie Crook and children sp ent last Sunday afternoon with Mrs VL HJ Settle Mr Edd Mitchell and mother ofnea Moo esville snenti Sunday at the home of Mr Iven Sales Mjfes sarah Shields spent last Saturi day 4nd Sunday with the Misses Mont gom ry MJS Lizzie McMillen of Willisbufg pen Friday and Saturday with her iste MrsJi H Settles Mr Ernest Shewmajver spent Satur day ight with Mr Lee Settles 11LSolomon Kays and family spent S 4vatuparejits Mr and Mrs Kays at Polin Mr Will Barr of Springfield was irf his vicinity Sunday afternoon Mr J S Inman and daughter Maud spent last Wednesday with Mr Sleet Pinkston and family at Willis burg D Sutherland has returned h MrtJ a weeks visit with her flhdother relatives in Ander on c unfvtMis claudia Royalty spent Sri y night will her cousins the Misses Armstrong Severa ro our neighbors are through cutting tobacco Mrst tskllie Setti pent several days last eekivithh daughter Mrs Al- ertb Mines We were sorry to hear of MrChar lie 0 ersstore Curnpg last Thursd- aymghtl Bailey brothers bought thirtyone head sheep from Mr Brady of Texas Price unknown f Origin of Attar of Roses The preparation of the famous attar of ros s according to the Circle seems to ha ej been discovered by accident From India we get the tradition The favor e Sultana of SelianghSr caused a bath f Tosewnter to be prepared for her use The burning sun of India brougl t its might upon the bath prepared in fbe royal garden and soon globuls of oil were found floating np on the fragrant water Deeming the bath 5pure and attempting to skim off the film the attendants broke the tgibbulis and at once the garden was filledI jvith fragrance The finest essence is not gathered from the rarest and ni1ist costly flowers for the fra gcant Il glands are most abundani in the petals of th6 free blooming pla commqi fMahaveIIi NIcolMachiftvelli from whose sjur name as been coined a synonym for treacherous craft WISR writer of nervous and concise Italian He took high rank as a dramatist his comedy of MandragolaV beiug pronounced in tenor only ta tbe work of Voltaire reox qdmired ft so much that he had It played before him In Rorae His bbok on the Artof War won the praiseJpf 501 cprnpetenti a judge ns Frederick the Great of Prussia His policy In statesmanship embodied In his w rThe Prince was the direct natitlfesp of Washingtons sentiment honesty is the best policy i Misunderstood Taur sentence is to be suspended bejxaii tie merciful judge iervt Scott jedge exclaimed the prisoner Hef Id knowed chicken steal Ing was a hanging offense I wouldnt have stele =Philadelphia Ledger c Just the Thing Employment Agent You come from the coufj try you cannot cook and you have lea ned to do nothing else Well suppose for the present you try to get a posit n tom general housework Meggem orfer Blatter I Tempting Her House eeper to a book agent who- brings t e tenth installment ot It noyeh I CfliiL take the book Mr MqiOr Is deadRok AgentOh what a shame Its in the most exciting part of the stbrj Berlin Journal Decidedly Awkward Hewitt Were you ever in an awk ward pojiltlbu Jwelt I am all the lime H wlttHow is that Jewett l have wo girls living In the same jtreet New York Press LAMP CLOCKS they Were Quite Common In the Sev enteenth Century Of the various examples that have been given of early specimens of the Clockmakers nrt not the least interest fnmptloite conimon in the seventeenth cen ry and consisted of a lamp turner ilCecI at the base of a glass oil recei cle mounted vertically on a suitable ItandanL Time oil reservoir had at lacheil toitll scale facing the burner tiul showing the hours beginning at 4 clock in the afternoon at which time he lamp was to be lighted in winter tnd ending at 7 oclock in tile morning Ininpbcing lighted the gradually sceidiiig level Of time oil as combus ion proceeded marked the hours The other device of later origin dat- Ing back to the beginning of the last Jentury utilized the same principle It oI1sistedpF1wo communicating oil thainbers superposed by a clock dial In one of the chambers was placed a night mini to illiimimtte this dialund the other was suspended a floatri ni a cord jwhich passed aroniid a tmull pulley The latter was mounted Dii a horizontal axis ending in the cen ler of thp dial The float of course dy trended as the oil was consumed and carried the index hand along with it thus marking the hours precisely as the case already cited Pearsons eekly PURE WATER the One Beverage That Is the Same Yesterday Today and Forever Water is the king of beverages It is thc beverage to which all turn when hey would ure themselves of the in jurious habit of consuming other hey HngesBut water that is not pur may be me r harmful than the most harlnful of o her drinks IVnterHgcs All beverages of mans manu facture are I rater that ha been adul terated by dmixtures and c emicalI Ireatment Pure water is tim one beverage liich has stood the test of science anti comedown o us unscathed through continuous lire for cduntless ag6s ItIIs natures cniofest blessing to man Other beverages undergo ninny changes Ivith time Each age brings them forth manulraetureaging keeping Foods change with each successive genera lion We eat different l iad s of roods from time to Eaci generation prepares them differently There are fifferent methods of Compounding hem difforent methods of cooking Hieni Pure water is the same yester ttaytpday and forverWJiat to Eat CALL FOR ELECTiNI STATE OF KENTUCKYI WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct CountyCourtThis day came T J Millfer and filed a petition with twenty legal voters of VashIvote in said precinct whether or not stock shall he allowed to run at large precinctItand officers of said election will open ballotsttepublichighwayGoby Attest W F BOOKER Clk rdertgIvenCourt I hereby notify the voters of VVashington electiondaysaid precinct as to whether ornot stock highji JSOsborneSVr C CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF ICENTUCKY WASHINGTON Sct CountyCourtThis day came H R Thompson andIfiled a with twenty legal of the Splingfieldprecinct NO 8 of County and moved the court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1907 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highway in isaid precinct It is therefore ordered that the sheriffand officers ot said election will theirballotspublichighwayCopyAttest W F BOOKER Clk In compliance with the ibove order given from the Washington County pfSpringfieldpt9n County that the pulls will be open ndaysaid precirictj as to whether on not stock shall run at on the public high way in said Springfield precinct No 8 JeS Osborne SW C i CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF WASHINGTON COUNTY Set f CountyCourtThis day came JG Howell and filed a petition with twenty legal voters of the Mackville precinct No 6 of Wash ington County and moved the court to regularNovvote said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large prccinctIt openthlots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highway in said precinct Copy Attest W F BROKER Clk In compliance with the above order shifgtonCountyCourt Washingtonon the next regular November election day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large on the public high way in said Mackville precinct 3 J S Osborne S wC CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct CountyCourtThis day came A L Litsey and filed a petition With twenty voters of the Kelly Shop precinct No 11of Washington County and moved the court to hold ah election at the next regular November election 1907 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highways ip said precinct It is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on th4 pub lic highway in said precinct Copy Attest W F BOOKER Glk In compliance with the above order ntyCourtKelly Shop precinct No il of Washington County that the polls will be open on the next regular November election day 1907 for the e of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at largeon the public highway in said Kelly Shop pre 11 J S Osborne S WiO CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNlYvSctRegular Court Aug 1907 This day came James Wall and filed a petition with twenty legal voters ot the M oresville precinct No2 of Washington County and moved the court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1907 to take toe vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highway in said pre cinct tit is therefore ordered that the sheriff land officers ofsaid election will op n the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be fr f Hi t + i Public Sale I WEDNESDAY s OCTOBER 2nd t pSon my eon th pike sell Wi to the highest bidder the following property towit i Three extra good Brpod Mares with three Mu4 Colts 4 by their side now and alWn foal again by goooi Jack itiThese mares will be offered with the Colts and then sep- aratef I and sold the way they bring the most morieV T 4 Ii extra nice yearling1 filly by Fancy Boy strictly soundand nice 3 good milk ebws arid i extra jersey cow all 3 fiesh milkers 1 fat cowrjthsteer calf by her side J2 weanling steer calyes 2 weanling heifer calves ii nice Duro Hogs weightbout 125 pound 2 nice brood sows with 7 pigs each I turning Plow Vulcan NJ 12 goodas new 2 good double shovels compar tively new single shovel plow and i iHorse turning pIowi A 1J harrow esgearingEtc Seed sowers shoVels diggers etc 1 top buggy and harness Cutting Box Lard Press i of be ffdon M iC publichighwayAttest W Fo BOOKER In compliance with the above Glki CountyCourtptecinct No2 of Washington that the polls will be open on the next regular November election day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large on the public high way in said precinct J S Osborne S WC New Fire Escape The American consul at Chemnitz Germany describes a new fire escape perfected by a Swiss engineer It consists of a series of folding iron ladders attached to window frames each one reaching to tile next window below By turning a crank on any floor nil of the frames beneath are unfolded tlrs forming a continuous to the How to Fry Potatoes frying potatoes always put a or two of fat in the pUll is no waste ts tIle same fat can be used over and ocr by pouring it through a strainer a crock for the purpose Subscribe for The Sun LOO year 3 JoodsUcJ r ICet1es Mowing blades I neW thog box never been us b Lot 6f Sorghum molasses About 1500 bundles mac inet Oats v 2 good heating pastcnrest 4 rag carpets reasonably good 2 good father beds and beddin Quilts Blankets etc i good kitchen safe t i good extension table 5 Beadsteacs all kitohn Dishes chairs rocking chcl1rsefo Carpenters Tools i bed room suite v j 15 orzo rod Woven Wire Fence Lot of lose wire 75 PokNest J Lot oIofeLuIJ el y IQc t The Farm 50 acres well improved will tne abovedate i Auctioneer S Campbell W Hamilton t 4 Copy Mooresville County Mooresville No2 device ladder grqundI TVhwi pound Tliore again Into rIot Oak FARM tl rIt Saturday Oct 12 on Premises t tham tIIt has sixteen acres in large beech an arid seven in fineacres young growth white oak About thirty acres hi meadow remainder in grass pecetsarygood cistern A splendid orchard aridChaplin wasburnedspdfQrhalf yearSIfimmdiatepossession thefarmiMackville t FJUD6EIr HAGERDem- ocratic A v Nominee For Governor I AND CONGRESSMAN J BENJOHNSON Will address the voters of Washington county in Springfield Thursday- night Sept 26 at 8 0 clock i r THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAYlol1 TRANSFER MONEY IsBYSLONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FORMTES APPLY TO LOCAL MMUER i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEfiRAt CO j INCONPORATCIS l 1 4 J