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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r r v i I j T T I I N 4 IiIr hr + 11r j y i P I t UU iJi 1j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 11 iI 1 J I t VOLUME IIh SPRINGFIElD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1901NIJMDERiL1 48 H POLITICAL J Maud Ky Oc W 190 Editor Sun 3 In an issue of the Springfield Nevrs Leader of date Optpbir L7 19Q7 t nite 6t3wrltetfiunder the head of Matters Politicaljlp ts some questions to yt u my lon these questions ar ske4 fQf the purpose of injuring yc jijif ppssibfe in your race for State SenJ Atorit matters not which way thy are answered The write wants tp know what the editor of Thu Sun thins of Tvler and asks Would e vote ffrI him it hellived in Louisville Now it is very plain to me that this question not asked you for the purpo e of help ingygu in any wise to win your elec tion but you are interrogate dma wayI that would bring injury to you and your cause it matters not how t you answer Should you answ r t would robe against Tyler ha News I Leaderwriter arjd his friend would go to Democrats who favor Tyl rand sayIt 10 them Lookhere Gore is against Tyler the Democratic nominee for Mayor of Louisvitle If you answer 1 would vote for Tyler then the same inconsistent crowd wo ild gqtc 4 people whO oppose Tyler and sayI Why you ca1 tvote for Gjre he jSI for tlyler I c Now I contend that any man with ijsense enough to mark a ballot will 1know why you haye been ask d to ans wer aquestion of that natur As you are not a resident of the city of Louis yule lb seems to me worse silly to put sudha question toyou dif fqren e can it make to thtn of a Washington county whom would voteforifyoaiived in L Cer- otainiynone whateyer The question is absUrd in the extreme and is the prod 1 V4ict of a brain that is schemin j to make yptesfor the other fellow but it is so weak so clumsy and so child like as to make it fall as far short oftit mark as a cocbanut flung at the moon from the hands of nap The writer m the New Leader hoped by that question to arouse either saloon or antis iloon sen timent against you 1 cannt t believe- th r is aUwet or dry man in Washington county who do bts your sincerity upon matters pf this nature lbelieve the whiskeyp1eople igive you credit for doing what you bel eved wagj rIght in the contest of last year Now if7IrTYler was the nominee i of your party for Reprosentative in Washington county or if he was the nominee of your party for Re presenta yourIwhether or not you would vote for or support him would legitimate Since the writer of that artic e thinks that candidates ought to expr ss them upoasuch matters I tri st it jvill 1oselves out of place fpr me tb ask Mr T Jarvis your opponent whether not he intends to support Mr T C 1G k nnJ the Republican nor ine for e Legislature in Marion cour ty Mr t Jackson was one of the wet leaders Hn the local option fight in Let non last summer r tAnd since you are also ask I if you Vhl ypte for Beckham perhai s it will iot be outof place for me to ask Mr Jarvis if he will vote for W X Brad ley who it is conceded by all will be I the caucus nominee of the Re ublicans for United States Senator J tr Brad ley itjWill be remembered is the at torney for the whiskey trust Etc is also the same Mr Bradley vho for getting the memory of his dea mother alliedmmself with the infambu and ne f rioJ A PfA for the pu pose oi ge tmtits support in his race for Governor against P Watt Hafdin I might not aiso be out of place for me to ask Mr Jarvis if h e stands upon that plank of the R publican platform of 1901 wmch declar s We ifidorse without reserye the resolute nd patriotic course off S Tay I 60 who at that is now a fugitive from justice char ed wit r conspiracy in the assasj ination of Goy Go bel Itmight noti iilsp be out of place for me tp ask Mr Jarvis it in- case pf his election hrould vote for thi repeal of the separate j pach law if its repeal was attempte i by the iegisla t1re V There are few people in Washington county who do not knpvi your attitude upprt the temperance question You made a fight for local option in this county last year becaust as1 contend you tynestly believed Ip al option was the best for the greats st number of people I tollowed ypiir editorial ut terances closely lUring hat campaign and I can truthfully say that you lid not censure any man tli ugh your col umns for holding an opposite opinion and I do not believe that there are many people in Washington ounty who- censureyou because of your opinions upon that question I1 have lived int Washington county for many years andt have found that a grea majprity oftWashington county voters are fairb1 cannot persuide myself to believe that they cuii be persuaded to vote against you because you held an opposite opinion to the1rs especially when thati persuasion1 is mare to them bx a fe w Republic ri leaders who last year urged or attempted to urget you on inthe contest for local optIonr From what I knowof ye u and from what I have heardof you Iam conm vinced that you have nev er attempted to accomplish anything deception pr false pretenses e The people of this secti0n believe thatyou will bea safe man to send to the Senate they know th it you are nots milk arid cider man they know where to place you A mz nlo carries water upon both shoulder sis a dangerS us individual he is as a bullet fired atlJ random But we are glad to note that the NewsLeader has quitHb sating around the bushand that it lias Icome out boldly for everything Republican and against everything Dem cratic They people of ashington couity know that the Ne vsLeader has bee i posing as an independent paper since it was es c tablished land only in a couridabout way did it fever fight Democrats Butr JthasTipw ceased to strike from be b hind and is6ut in the ope i fighting the manly way In its issue of October 0 it attacks the Democratic p rtyVC McChord n particular When the ewseadert attempts to discredit A LcChordfdis credit the work he has cone fort the- o c people of Washington county it be comes as a wounded Tattle r anibngthe- roci bites itself and suffers as a re suit of its own poison We can not conceive how anj Wash ingtoncount farmer can refuse tb support M Chord HeIpas made a great and winding fight for the burley tobacco growers of K DtUikyand as aj result of this fight the yearly income Qf the farmer that income realfzied from tobacco wiibe doubled i Cart we aft ford to turn dpwn3 friend like Mc Chord I answer Nod a thousand times NO Nor do I see h w farm jer in Washington county ca fford to vte against Mr Gore editor of The Sun candidate for State Senatop His paper has always battled f r oui cause Hardly a week has pass during the last two ye rs that he has not fought for our great organization and preached its doctrines through the columns of his paper j l In the ne ct Legislature of Kentucky we must have men who can accomplish I things men who can see What is need ed and then d9 it McC1 ord in the JLower House Gore in the Sen4and we may all rest assured e bacco trust wiTh f ilin i s efforts to ward class legislation wi I fail in its efforts to wipe froth thei jtatutf book our pooling law It has been chajged by the Tews Leader that W CI McCHord is i aiK road attorney and therefore un orthy to represent the eople in thineact Legislature If this paper intended to ML CONGRESSMAN JA O STANLEY Will Address the Voters of Washington County friday Nov tj ember i McChesney and ChinT 1 f Next Monday On Friday November fat ip m Congressman A O Stanley- of Owensbororwill address Yoter5ofVashlngtQncounty In the court Housie in Springfield It is expected that Congressman Stan ley will be greeted ba large crowd He is recognized as one of eqUrsjouclkYRemf Hon Harry McChesneyand Hon Morgan Chinn will ad resi the voters Washington crninty1in Springfield next MondayI Mr McQhprd fairly itshouldhave old the people that Mr McChord was he chiet attorney of the Burley To acco society which represents forty thousand tqbac growers in jthe State F CMrrepresent Mrj McChord was a railroad Attorney when he wksa member of the Legisla ure constitutional convention and the revising commission raid while on the revising commission Mr McChord orig inated and wrote the law imposing a franchise tax on all railroads in the State of Kentucky Under this law within ten years after its passage the railroads paid into thet treaSUry of the Staple of Kentucky the um of 803202SO on property which had nbver been taxed before Besides this tax to theState collected under 11 this franchise law the counties towns nd school districts collected equally as much A statement showing the amount of taxes collected by the State from railt road under the provision of the law originated and written by Mr McChord ellporseen on pagp 20 and 21 of the Rep bli an Hand bobk P Although Mr McChord was araiiJj oad lawyer at the tipiehe was a er of the commission the work done by him shows that he was not biased in favor of railroads in the discharge of his duties under his oath of office It has never been charged by any one j hat Mr McChord unjustly favored railroads while he was a member of the Legislature constitutional conventionI r revising dommission 1i The same argument that is used to create a prejudice against Mr Mct Chord because he happened to be em lcyed as its attorney by a railroad company cpuld be used against Mr Willson the Republican candidate for Governor because he is the attorney or the American tobacco Company a corporation which has oppressed the elmercilessly trust in the United States VOTER GOOD PRICES Realized For Stock at Clarkson 7 Sale Yesterday rI The sale c f R C Clarkson adminis trator tf the estate ofT D and Lloyd Clarkson was held yesterday at the old Clarkson homestead near Springfield on the Sjiringfieldtand Leb rton turn pikei 5oodj prices were realized for stock las follows One pair horse mules tour and five years old Isold for 390 mules two year olds ranging in rice from 120 to 130 brood mare s sold at from 125 to 185 milk cOws 35 tobO brood sows 11 to 26 iat hogs sold by the head averaged ab ut 6c per pound jennets Irangingjennets 25 to 200 corn in field 4C c to 48c per bushel The sale was largely attended f 1 H rf i INFANT MEETS Tr HORRIBLE DEATH r lored Child Burned To Crisp ri When Home Goes Up In r Flames On last Thursday morning while ifs mdther Willie Barber was away trom home a three weeksold colored child was burned to a crisp as it ly in the cradle The Barber woman who lived in a- enant house on the farm of Mrs Mary Durrett had left the child at home alone while she went to prepare dinner 01J Mrs Durrett At about the noonI our workmen in a nearby field discov red the house on fire but when they reached the scene the flames had enveloped the building The childs body aflame in the cradle was plainly visible to them but the flathesfrom the tottering building rendered its rescue impossible HIGHHONOR FORNEY LAWSON s Appointed Graf Chaplain of Kentucky s For En suing Year r Rev R E C Lawson pastor of the Presbyterian church in this city was appointed Grand Chaplain for the en suing twelve months at the meeting of he Grand Lodge ot Kentucky Masons n Louisville last week The honor was worthily bestowed the many friends of Rev Lawson api A THRILLING DRAMA At Opera House Thursday Night Oct 24Prices 25c 50cIJ and 75c A fine revival of the greatest of all romantic melodramas Monte Cristo is to occupy the Springfield Opera louse Thursday night Oct 24 Manager Fred G Conrad of the attraction andlthScenery The play as presented here will be as perfected by one of the best of modern Monte Cristo star actors William Lewie who has presented the play with grqat success in all the lead ing cities of the country It is well known that no play ever written haf exceeded Mont Cristp in the power of its climaxes or in the fascination ot its story T e star part of Edmond Dantes afterwards Count of Monte Cristo has t ie added force given it by Mr Lewie during his hundred of performances of theirole It is to be hoped that the lau Lbld ambition of Mr Con rad to provid J the best kind of theatri cal entertainment will be encouraged by a liberal patronage of this famous classic k1 H i l SIJNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION Annual Meeting of County Sun day School Workers Viil Be Held an 7 ex5NOv tThe annual convention ot the Washington County Sunday School Associa tion will be held at East Texas Thursday November 7 A strong program is being prepared and every effort will be made to make this the best convention ever IdinI the county Prof E A Foxour State Secretary will represent the State work He is thoroughly conversant with every de tail of Sunday school york and his talks will be practical and helpful Some of the best local speakers wiUj also be on the program Please let every Sunday school sup erintendent in the jcountv send reports to Miss Ella Shaurity our county See retarso that she can make her re port in full Dont wait for us to write for it- Let each school in the county appoint one or two delegates to represent the school officially In addition let everyone possible at tendand bring a basket of something for the table Comer and enjoy a good day a feast for the mind and heart and a table such as Washington cou tyrladies spread For further information Address the county President R E C LAWSON Springfield Ky DONT FORGET TO REGISTER Next Monday Tuesday and Wed nesday Supplemental Regis tration Days Voters hying within the corporate limits of Springfield who failed to regc ister on tjie day set apart as the regu lIar registration day may obtain a cero tificate of registaation by calling at p the county clerks office on Monday Tuesday orVv ednesday next Those Who failed to registere heretoI fore should not let this matter slipl their memory else they jwill not be titled tp vote Only those voters residing within the corporate limits ot Springfield are required to regIster COVEY OF QUAIL 11Appropriate Court House Lawn For Quarters and Issue Defy To Hunters The music ot BobWhite so en chanting to lovers of field sport ema nating from the vicinity of the Court House yesterday morning attracted to the scene a number of citizens who dis covered that a covey of the quail family had appropriated the lawn for their present quarters Jailer Catlett in a spirit of friendli ness procured a copy of the Kentucky statutes and made the usurpers ac quainted with the provisions pertaining to the bird law and admonished them to hie to the tall timbers before they were reduced to fit subjects for quail on toast Well Known Couple Marry at Willisburg Mr L HJ Harjdin and Mrs Emma Hardin were married yesterday after noon at 430 oclock at the home of the Rev J A Simmsjof Wilhsburg Rev Simms officiating The groom is forty eight years of age while the bride is thirtyfive Each had been previously marriedhl residents of the WiNisburg community arid are quite popular They have taker up their residence at the home of Mri Harm 4 HOUSETOHOUSlVISITATION 0 To Be Conducted By Suaday Schools Of Springfield Next SaturdayV One of the most impoJntl Cviia f t ror1iiiSpringfield l day Twentyeight of the most prPmirient young lady workers of the yaripus churches of Springfield will make a complete canvass of Springfield and the adjacent country to ascertain the exact number of people who are attending the various Sunday Schools of the town The workers will be supplied with blank forms one of which is to befilled out for each family As this is not to be a denominational movement but one which will bea benk efit to the cause of Christianity in the community the ladies will of course be accorded a cordial welcome in each home This is part of a great State cam paign undertaken by the Interdenomir national Sunday School Union and hasv for its object a canvass of the entire I State on the same day PRETTY WEDDING it LASTEVENINfil jMissjBrideJ Last evening at 730 oclock at the home of the brides parents Miss McCalie Was led to the marriage Maly Mr N G Marks The wedding ceremony was sa 1 frthe Rev Father P F Hepnessy The parlor was beautifully arranged for the occasion Miss Eddie Shaded was v bridesmaid and Mr George Robertson j best man J While itwas generally known iniof ciety circles that Cupid had succes fullyi on his game of love between these two young people their marriage t nlast evening was nevertheless a siny rise to their host of friends Only the A immediate families of the contracting partiesand a few intirnatefri ends were fpresent The yOung couple left at 10 oclock1 ast night for Winchester where they will spend their honeymoon Mr Marks is a wellknown young V business man of Springfield land is conM JH cted with the firm of Marks Green The bride is the daughter of Mr jJMcCabe and possesses those qualities which endaar her to all of her acquain ances The many friends ot Mr and Mrs Marks with whom they are O ular picture for them a b Ve1rly1POP f of happiness and e The Sun joins in throwing1 r the conventional slipper t L FATllERGABEATFENTICK An Old rtend of The Editor oj Ir The Sun Preaching There Now 1 r Rev Father Gabe who had charge of the Catholic church at Hardinsburgv when the editor of The Sun printeqVa paper in that town is now located at Harrodsburg and preaches two Sun daysin each month at Fenwick in this county We were agreeabl surprisect a few days ago when we met him on His way to fill his appointment at Fen wick We desire to congratulate jhe people of Fenwick upon haying Fat ler Gabe with them He is an excell nt Christian gentleman a good pastor j nd a fine character in every sense rJhe editor of The Sun can never forget the many kindnesses shown him by FatTji EV Gabe when he and we resided 4 Hjir f dinsburg We predict that under hm leadership the Catholic church at F n iwichwlll be strengthened t r r I 2 4 I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1907Jl 1I= = iNaap m m m rm iaaii- Liof fine Farms PORS4AWEA IIpNo 201 K irm acres o e mile of Texts gcod4 room dwelling god barn well fenced Price 0203 Farm 100 acres good Jand 34 mile froih Lebanon on Danville pike all gocd land well fenced and watered Prie50 per acre No204 F rm 166 acres situated 5 milesnorth 0 Springfield good cjwellv inIflndbarn mostly in gra sPrice50 per acre No 205 F rm 130 acres situated 7 miles west 0 Springfield good dwell ing and barn good corn and tobacco land all lies v ell Price 16 per acre 206 f 187aci e farm seven miles from Sprjh fieldood dwelling house 2 barns well fer ced and watered Price 3700 207 52acre farm located li miles l1ijingImprovements new and in first class Price 5000 froJIlISpringweling stoc and tobacco barn wire fenced All tli e landin a hlghstate of l cultivation and lies well Price 60 per acTQ 208 100 acr j farm 3 J miles from Springfield smill dwelling house and good tarn w ii efenced and mostly in grass Price 2 000 209 00acr j farm near Wiliishurg Ky Good 5i oc m dwelling barn all lies well Mo stjy in grass Price 40 peracre J210 108 acr j farm locat d Smiles andibanralwa s a9onr rlc 350P 212 located 7 miles from od small house and 100acrfarm bluegrass Price ii 1500 t f GROWERS FROM MANY STATES 1INational Tobacco o1 elation Will Meet Shelby villev t Shelby ville Ky Oct 17 The Na tional Tobacco G4wers7Asociation ah organization cc mposed ot growers J from North 0z rot na Maryland Vir ginia Tennessee Ohio Indiana and Kentucky vill convene in Shelbyville on October 30 fc r a three days session Delegates to the number of about three hundred are e pecterd to be in attend ance It is th plan ofthe local To bacco Growers Qm ittee ot whiclrC M Hanna is ch rman to hold the first days seson t the fair grounds and to give a monster barbecue in hon orofth visitin delrgates Thursdays- aid Fridays s ssidns be held in Shelbyville I This Associati n met at Clarksville Tenn last eaf and were invite to hold the1Isessi m ere this year by Hon John Bott s who was a delegate sent by the tobat co growers of Shelby ville Smoke the Wound f r Every little VI ileWeread in the pa per thatt someone his run a rusty nail in His foot or ctner portion ot his body and lockjaw resulted fherefrom and the patient died It ejvery person vas aware ofa perfect remayfor such wounds and would apply it their such reports would c ase The remedy is simple always an hand can be applied by Anyone what is better it is infalli bleMt is simply toIsmoke the wound er any wound tna is bruised or in flamed with a w OIen cloth Twenty minutes infcheismoke will take the pain oufof the worst case of inflammation arising trom such j wound People may sneer at this Ire edy as much as they please but when t ley are afflicted with IQch wounds let t lemi try it I Pneumonia Deadly Work I had so Seriously afFected my right lung i writes Mrs F ipnie onnor of Rural ROute 1 George ow Tenn that I Coughed continuously night aid day arid the n ighbors preqiction consumption seemed inevitab until my husband brought home a ottle of Dr Kings New Discovery which ihmy case proved to be the only REAL cough cure and restorer of reak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fail you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the REAL ci re Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggists 50c ahdl00 Trial bo ttlefree If 213 38acrefarm2 12 miles fri m town Al lies well and is good land Good imp pvements of eyery kind fine woodlind around dwelling Price 40 per are r 214 20 are farm tour mites from Springfield Good improvements land we Price6 per acrr 2151 10 acre farm located 9 miles northeast of Springfield 35 acres pf tobaccp la ad two barns 30 per acre 218 21 acre farm near Mackville mostlyin219 40 creek bo tt Jllupland flew Small house and tobacco Price 45perjacr2 acre1 220 100 acre farm mills east of Springfield a4d good birn Price 2600 221 191 acre farm located mils 1dimprov 223 lSO acre farm 6 miles west rjf Springneld all good land good dwell ing house aaid bflrns60 per acre 224 100 acre farm located near o1barnsgood welllfenced226 450acre farm located imiles improven27 20ptacre farm 3 miles from- Springfield Good house and barn anij- all other utbuilding Land all well is ui aer good fence and is in the best of si ape It is agood place anjd is a aesirabae home 50 per acre V WIARTONI1 Engagements Announced j i Kentucky Standard Mr aftd Mrsf Morgan Gjlkeji jan4 ounce th L ngagement of therr ditujhl ter Miss Lala Rose to Mr Dee Jo n thaiyoung e linear BardS own Mr Johnson is an1 iprisin young farmers of Howar s tpwn and has a host of friends Mrs Edv ard J Langen of La IS villef has i nnuunced the engageJnt or her daupj teiIiss Mary Edna Burl gessito Mi Paul Edward Rodman of tplaClneldest son of Dnand Mrs HD Rod man of this place and is an excellent BurgesslImade many friends TJiey will make their home in Eblijsvifie where Mr Rodman is ei igaged in business Sory For other remarked1Pr he must die on the scaffold within a fortnight lAjh yes Sorry for mother And so is every other citizen of Ken tucky sorry J for the old woman whose head is bowed in sorrow and disgrace And that is the sad feature of all crime and punishment of crime It is not the criminal who suffers most but the mnocenfjsjl who happen to be tiedto him or her b ptling ties of love The blow falls heaviest on those who least deserve it tnje father mother sisters brothers wife r children of the wrong doer How Ji tIe thought the wayward give to this iapt How I much better had it been had mothIarid tough resorts at the of iiid downward career HQW much bet ter had he been sorry for mbthdr men1tcauseless murder of men Oh how much bet er if evkJyboy and girl ouldbeus rry for irpther when temptation comes to them and allow the thought M that mothers suffering love to hold them true to the course of- honcrHarrolsburgDemocrat Last Warning To Taxpayers l Your taxes f r 1907 are due and the penalty will go on November 1 After that date J taxes can not be paid tome and a tax warrant will be issued against youb the coi Qty clerk and executed withiv ten days thereafter making an add tional cost to you at 18 percent omembeJ reNov 1 ands y ad ditional cost of sxecution and sale Dont let thid matter skip your mind J1lqvLJ SOSBOURN S W C r 4 FRONTS KILLI HESSIAN FLY While the heavy frosts of the fast week may have ddnq a slight damage to the late tobacco it proved a blessing in disguise to the agriculturalists throughout Central Kentucky for frosts kill the Hessian fly the most dangerous enemy of the wheat says the Lexington Herald Sowing of wheat has been in progress for three Or four weeks and there is much of the crop to be put in the soil yet The con ditions for sowing the cereal have been favorable and it is likely that most oft next years crop in Central Kentucky wilt be sown in a few days if the weather remains goodI The dry cool has also been a greatj help to the corn The crop this year will beno exception to the rule and is looked upon as an extra good one When most of the corn was cut althoughthestalk full of water The dry cool weather by taking out the water has assisted in maturing the corn so that the farmers have nothing to fear from that score Cutting of corn is in progress Labor is scarce and farmers arej offering good prices for corn cutters 1 here is plenty of work on the farm thes days Most ofthEf tobacco s housed and that left in the field is hardly worth cutting as the frost has damaged it The toba c is curing s lendidly and but few of the farmers re ort that they have been troubled witi houseburn The grass is in fair conditi n and many of the farmers ih Cferitral Kentucky find that the conditions o i their farms are so favorable that tiey will take this week offand pnjoy th trots Tips on Uphols er i f 7Upholstery demands riore knack than strength ys the B stpn Globe Inn recovering anything at a cllitir or sofafirsirelilOye the tacks which hold thq edging guimpe then take off the plain outsJeles This will reveal the tacking Cut the tacking threads and remove the buttons noting how they are applied Loose all the edge tucks take off the blUShitnvr tile chnh with u whisk broOm and a small brush arid remove every par tide of dust hud lint from the tufting Sprqad out the new covering llatand smooth doubling it lengthwise Jght sirfos together Fold the old cover likewise and lay it oias a pattern taking pare to make thiC threads run the siuiKi in old and h- owtCutnrs ul dsew up wherever seams nee needed Follow the original cover in finishing That is to say either bind the bottom and leave it free or sew it to the seat coyer aud bind the seam Next put the middle of the new thetl Ong arms jtufting straight down the middle tak- Ing great pains not to pull the new cover away The tufting requires up holsterers needles and twine to be hud lit anjr shqp Thread a needle with three yards of twine double and knot itihcntstick it frnn the back tbr highest middle tuft press the cover in wIth the fingers arranging it In proper folds pass the needle back draw it tight then bring it out again thread a buttopi upon it ami again pass ft tolbitr1 Fasten there with a slip stltchv aiulgo on to the next tuft rori5rstraigliF up and down taking care not to Imw the new over so It will not rcaclj When the tufting is rplnltSituckguimfie F hish the hi ek first with a covero- tpar muslin And over that a smooth stretch of the furniture stufr It is wise to practije upoji something one can tos HW to Set a Table Tastefully See that tin1 center of the tablo stands directly under the enter of th chandelier or hiinglng lamp whlahave Ight you use for the center of you pining room says Men and Women ilac yourccanton flannel or felt as Is called even on the table smoothing t down well so that there are no creases to upset the water glass or vegetable saucer during the course of the nleaj Next lay your white dam ask cloth evenly and smoothly so as to have as few creases as possible and that it hangs well Over the sides thc t 1ble without touchlngthe floor lee place your utica centerpiece in center of the tablecloth and if iiavje two Kmallpr linen pieces put at opiiosite comers right at the eklgp of the table Now place your vaise filled with fresh water and gar dpn flowers or even wild striped grass or ferns in the center of the middle llWn piece and two smaller vases if you possess themi on the smaller corn r pieces At the edge of the opposite corners place at one a small bowl filled with any fruit you have in he h use Apples lJ nanas oranges and g apes make nl pretty showing A plueajnle may be Ilnced In the center of the glass bowl md the mixed fruits ni ely arranged a ound it The fruit aid the flowers g ve a festive appear mice to even the most simply laid ta bile Our eyes should be gratified as much as our palates At the edge of throther corner place a china tile set your glass water pitch- erkilledwItIi Ice water Traning of Children The childs tendencies should be cure Wily watched and everything In him which appears vicious or unpleasant should be ntyped in the bud says the Chicago Tribune If a child is careless of histoys and breaks and defaces them the punishment is to takb them frOmiiim nn 1lsay he cannot have them for a givethemcare of them1It is bid policy to ho continually buying new toys for a child who is destructive and dlsObdl ent These are not qualities tobe encouraged by frequent rewards of gifts If a child Is cAiel and domineer ng to its little associates it should be sternly reproved and taught to behave jbetlPlglall girls and particularly to their Isi tors Children who treat their pets roughly IUd cruelly should be depriv edof them No right minded person places a little helpless dumb creature hi the power of young children who are cruel through Ignorance or a vicioqs jiature The treatmentI of pets should be watched by the mothers rerulhowchildren Tile clipped wing riev2is grows again Mnke it a matter of con science never to mislead a child for he Is a ttaveler newly arrived from a strange country Allow jhirruas his world widens to have opinlpm of iis own let hlm be a prsonalityqo1 a mere echo Make your home c in jletthenthe needle to the pole lWpect tjhe secrets of your ifehildren but do not worry thorn to confide in you T Bitten Bva pider it Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bos queville Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores tryBuqklensfirst application relieved and four bQx es healed alt Heals every sore 25c at Haydon Robertson d truggls tI Lakes Overflowers No 64121 acres8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike + 5 room frame dwelling new 6 acire tobacco barn old stock barn 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fiuiti 50 acres 1 of fine tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plentytof water Price 25 per acres I No65i70 acres 5 milesIrom Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with metal roof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty bjf Jocusts 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4260 per acres No 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn speJiber0 acres of tobacco land Good fence All ingrass S20 Tper acre t No 67200 acres 7 miles from Spiingfield on good pike 6 stpckbarn 1 1acres of finetobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre No 68180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in d repair well 0fenced fine river bottomland plenty of timber fine tobacco land rlce 60 per acre pIqftimber I No70144 acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres sometimberijigoodcrib granary pond in barn lot sometimber 75 acres of fine to t bacco land good fence Price 3500 per acre No 7l80 acres 4 room dwelling jn good repair smal stock barn well watered plenty grass good fence plenty of tobacco land goop pike 6 Springfield 33 per acre No 74125 acres on good pike 1 mile from schpql close to gobdstockbarn50x60in grass fine orchard a bargain at 2250 per acre V No75 277J acres in mile of Springfield on pike 2 new to bacco barns 1 small house a st plenty of grass and water One of the finest farm in Washington connty chea i No 76114 acres 6 miles from Lebanon on good pike good room dwelling 2 good bans all outbuildings all farm grass 30h acres orchard grass well watered un ler good fence 55 per acre T No 7820 acres 8 rodm duelling in good repair 2 miles from Springfield mile from pik on road good fence 10 acres grass price 750 inIf roomdwelling r kinds of fruit plenty of locusts fmlle from school 55 per acre No 80138 acres 6 miles from Springfield mile from 5 room 2 hall dwelling in good repair good barn somE good timber halt the farm in grass 9a acre of fine tobaco land plenty brwater Price 35 per acre No 81160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Spring fflnton from depot 8 room frame dwelling in repair stock barn 2 good orchards one peach and one apple plenty of timber plenty l of water 125 acres of grass 20 acres of bottom land 56 acres ofNfine tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre No s3161acres7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from goodtroad 3 room dwelling mjpod repair barn holds 4 acreS of tobacco 75 acres of good grass acres of good tobacco land plenty bilocusts good fence plentofwater Price 2000 barngoodon good pike close to church and school Price 65 peracre housedouble t land all the farm under good fence 80 rods of stone fence J mile from good pike Price 22 per acre No 87 70 acres 3 miles from Springfitldt i mile from pike 5 room dwelling in good repair goodJam plenty of water good fences Price 30 per acre No 88114 acres 1 milefrom Mackville J mile trom Dike 8 lJgpodbacco1Jf1XI1of grass good fence good stock barn Orie of the bet tobacco firms in the county Price 75 per acre No 90260 acres 8 miles from Springfield 9room brick dwell ing in good repair farm well fenced 2 good will house 12 acres of tobacco 80 acr s of first bottom rest second bottom one of the bgst tobacco farms in the county plenty of grass all the j farm ready for the plow Close to and school on good I pike2 miles from depot Price 50 per acre v B D LAKE ISprlr s iit I3J 3 = THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL I ON EARTHU lThe best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest t time positionsCLARKSand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthdnd and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates dayGetor write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky R + IM E a THE SUN AND i Both p Iers1y Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cin innati 175 Weekly Atldnta Constitution 1r75 RepublicSemiWeekly 175 Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer150Bree- ders Gazette 225 Country Gentlemanm 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 s Magazine 285 Scribners Magazine i 400 75HarpersHarpers Weekly 435 Sunnv South4 1- 50IHESUN 1 r it li t LQTHE DAILY Kentucky Statel U Journal fIncorporated Published at llit Capital olThl State r PrtSsdispatches Appealstration and all the local news t SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE W P WALTON Frankfort Ky The Sun and Kentucky DailYS4nil both on tj Itr- i rT flWr WW W wc4 Irr9 t iT I 0 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 f907 3 66 EARS 0r J WEDDED LIFE i Threescore Yea s of Wedded Bliss For flat din County Couple 7T Elizabethtown News Mr and Mrs Henry Hagar who re side between here and Cec Han haf been married 60 years t n te 28th of jSepteinber On that day M4 Hagan whois 80 years of age finished sowing t 15 acres of timothy seed by btake with l the naked eye and Mrs Hajjan who jlS 76 cooked and prepared th j dinner The aged couple are the ps rents ofI eighteen children six of whom are now illiVing1 They have a host of friends who wish for them many other wedding anniversaries J MclNTlRE MrdP E Ballard accomp riled by Mr Mike Brenhen attended county court in Bardstown Monday Mr George Clements and wife have feturned from a pleasant visit to their son Wat of Union county andj daugh 5ter Mrs Ed Nally of Louisvil le Mr WalterRaney of Daviess wUnty iw spending a few weeks with r latives here IMrandjMrs Shem Bishoppf pring spent last Wednesday fy th Mr and Mrs John Murphy Miss Hattie Adams xjf Lebanon Sspent a few days with friends h re last week i Mr C Ensor and cnitd en and Miss Bertha Keene were am rig the number who attended the H rdins Creek Sunday School outing which was held at Roans Knob on last Thurs day All report a good time Miss Teresia BlanfordotLou sville js spending this week with relat ves at this place Mr Urrhsby Parrott has bought of J Robert Wheatley hisfarm for which he paid 11 per acre Thomas and Lee Mclntire bou ht of y Torn heatley 30 acres of Jarid for which they paid 23 per acre T E Ballard bought of Olhe B rders a tract of land pr ce unknown MrlJeoSife Alvey wife and daughter r of libretto spent Saturday and Sunday iwthMr JmMudd r Mrs Sallie Mclntire iyisiting her sister MrS McGill of Bardstown r byMissLebanon lagt week The bans of matrimony were pu lishr ed Sunday at St Rose for the first time between Twiman Keene and Battie Nally r Mr Arthur NaHjr who was oalled home by the sickness and death of his father thas returned to his home in Louisville Miss Iettie OBryan of Nelson oun ty spent last week with Mr Charley Wheatley and family Mrs Prudie Shannyhan and little son VIsited relatives here last week There was a good crowd at lfcI tire pIt Monday night to hear the Hon T Scott May es r How to Paint Iron Beds Do you want to paiht iron beds Hell cate colors To make a delicate jilnk gdi the sniallest size box oft brlll ant red and sine of white Add a little red 1t4the White until thecolorsuits Add a lIttle varnish to give It luster iso 9 little wood alcohol and turpeutin i to make ltvdry quickly and hard For 3el icate blue get brilliant blue and put with white and for green get your favorite green and shade down v ith white For hill this Work get an es tra good two ineli wide brush A or brush makes a boor job vQlean it w ith WOOd alcohol turpentine oy hot w ter and sOIlP after each job and it rl last for years for your household work pxou can paint woodwork in the roni a little darker shade arid have it quite J cozy Doing Business Again c When my friends thought I was abOut to take leave ofthis world on account of md ges nervousness dnd general d blhtyt writes A A CHis Jholm Treadwell N Y and whe it- t IbbkfiLd 4s if there was no hope left I was persuaded tctry Electric Bitte s and I rejoice to say that they are c ing me ram now doing bAi jness agdin as of old and am still gaining dailyp Best tonic medicine on earth teed by Haydon Robertson dru msts 5Jc 256OQQ Deaths a Year Due to Mosquito BIts New Yofck Oct 18There are 250000 eathWnnaally a j the result of mosquito bitesS said IT Edward A Ayers a member f faculty of thet New York P lyclini4 aa meeting in the New York Academy f Medicinej Dr Ayers furnished aj tonishin fig urea in hislecture on the mosquito as- a sanitary problem H said fire dis Ibases were directly tr eable to the bite of the insect The are malaria yellow fever beriberi dt ngue apd fila riasis The government is eliminating jlranningswamp Taking of Photos When photographing tiulldlngs pr other objects with verti di linesL a camera should be held pci fectIy level says the Circle Otherwise the bunJl Ings in the picture will appear sio be falling either backward pr rivard according to the way IwhlSh the camera was tilted 1 There are tlnws however when the camera may be tilted For example in photographs of clotuds waterfalls balloons etc the cameramay point upward while in ta i tu s of people swimming or bathing children at work or play etc rna pointed downward I Very successful photographs of prom inent speakers parades crowds etc have eenaken when the camera was held upside down I By holding the camera in the way suggested many a photo apher has- psecured good pictures wttile others1 who tried to jise the cam raIn the usual way made Absolute failures v Often by holding the camera by the side of the body illld pointi g it back ward one maysecnrepictules of chilcdren at of older people In natural poses without the knowledge of any members of the groups Another warning to begin ers isnec essay Do not try to take a time Xiposurehvhile holding the car era in the Inhand Even if the camern Js held against the breast aoid Respiration stopped the action of the heart is suffi cleat to cause the box to vibrate and sPOil the picture How to Save Asphyxiated ersons Asphyxiation is such a fie inthip pening that every one s19ild know just exactly what to do in ntl enier gency In this condition tuere Is c tuaL blood ipolsonmg The illtinjinat Ing gas escaping freely joinawith the coloring of the blopd so that he blood pan no longer take up otfyaen TIN first tiling to be done if you dre in the room is to get a supply of iresli airy and that quickly If the window sticks break it with a chair ia flatiroh or anything handy If not ing else offers wrap any thick clot around your fistanduse that If you are out side and hhye to go In wet a towel in cold water bind closely over lose and mouth after taking several long breaths of fresh air then gcrhrand get the window open As sopiras pps sible carry the patient to a room where the air is fresh If the patient still breathes apply hot and cold shower baths alternately until he cai take along breath Ifj the breathing has entirely stopped apply artificial respiration l Subscribe for The Sun LflO year Subscribe tor The SutCL 0 year I i- IaR1Ik IiGood Property r FOR SAIEB- Y W T EWING REAL ESTATE AGENAY HARRODSBURGJ KY 200 acres with 80 acres bptlpmoh Chaplin river at 25 218 acres in Washington couri by six miles from Perry yiile at 30 i 120 acres nicely improvedne4Card well 4000 s f 216 acres near Washington nounty village at 45 4 247 acres near Salvisa fine ff ir any crop 7500 r200 cres finelandnearMcAfe l it 68 309 acres Allen county Ky in eased 40 per cent in 1 year good for 10000 in 2 years 4500 T Livery Stable 10 room house g rocery business and stock j 6000 Good for 1800 a year Residence and blacksmith shop with 800 a year trade for 900 IIIIIIi = 11HESAFEST AND QUICKEST WAV T L TRANSFER MONEY- r I IBYI iI LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE + FOR RATES APPL TO LOCAL MANAGER r 1CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE INCORPORATED TELEGRAPH Cd t i ii J f Pfi 1 I c l WOMAN ND FASHION AnrOdd Tailored Gown This costume has a two flojmce skirt with long skirted coat The lower edges of each flounce are decorated with embroidery done in delicate pas el shades The coat has a tesjt of taffeta fasjtehecl across with three silk tyogs The underarm portions are iPASTEIi BIiUp BROADCLOTH COSTUME laiit Wide Shaped revers which nar row to a pol at at the belt are em brqidered hlkej the skirt and bordered vtflijn a narrow band of embroidery The sleeves are plaited through the Purpl Season Ahead To judge Iw displays in the millinery arid dry goods shops Just now thiS s to the aup rple year That color all its varying shades is practically all one sees iti the shopping district and already niany of tese new hats are ito be see a worn in the streets That the heas of department stores do not take nlich stOckIn hard timef stories Is 8hojin by the fact that on their shelves Jin preparation for thv winter trade they have plIes of stuff such as crepe tie chines that are ticketed at prices ranging from 750 to 15 a yard When You Buy Winter Govyns When you jbuv your winter gown get good material ood workmanship Cut ting down expenses of trimmings and fussy frills th tare never necessary and seldom becoming The modern dress of woman is beau tifui convenient and artistic The errors are In the gross exaggera jtion of beautifu fashions and in com ibining grand ideas cheap mate Hals A plain enJbornte made is worth half a do ones badly cut and shabbily put together New N kwear Designs rTheaiarie Antoinette plastron js the popular form of neckwear favored by Parisian women one of the mostpleas lag types being made with a band of Irish lace In the centerr on either side j pf whi nIc laced lhiigCr1e frills dged with vale citnnes ace F1uffr lace jabots are t Iso In o1ue1n ParIs and are being adopted by visiting American women Many returning tourists are wearing both the jabot and the Marie Antoinette plastron which extends from the neck to the belt t A Girls Bpst Suit The jacket has a sailor collar effect Iii the back the lain goods being cut off square just below the shoulders Under the jackets the princess dress Is OF TANOLOTI AND rDAlD buttoned In front aid extends over the shoulders iu nttrrov straps which arc oriainented with emi ace en applique Fashions In Fall Frocks Among the first fall frpcks now die played is a walking costume of soft light brown cloth The bodice Is made with oversleeves The trimming Is formed of applied stitched bands of nVntorlnl with volvrt edging The upper phrt of the bpdlce the sleeves and lower part of the blouse are of green tiffeta braided wijth soutache The belt carries out the material of the frockv aiid Irish lace forms the yoke pd sleevesS J 1 i DrW F Trustyq Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalwork reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over ffaydon Barber V B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRIjNGFlELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident re1ipbIeandtlieworld Ypur insurance solicited f HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KEHTUCKy I oFFICE HOURS J 9 a m 1 4 to 8 p m Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELP KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER C J BAYDONS DRUG STORE Office Hoiirs 8 to 9 AMi to 2 p M Dr WWRayI PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office cover Haydon JKbbertsons Py Store Office phone 115 Residence phone 1- 72iJ 1 H LAMPTON M D i SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Jpera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 1 MISS ELLA ADAMS t NURSEI TELEPHONEcS Day 49l r Night 109 T SCOTT hAYES ATTYATLAW k Springfield Ky Wzothingtonandand Federal CourtstCCMcCHORD J5ATTY4TL4V Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROQKE V ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the couth of Washington AppeW E SELECMAN v ATTYATLAWS Sprjrigfield Ky Was1ilngtoiand 7 MARSHALL DUNCAN ULjWYER Springfield Ky iOffice in Robertson Building Waqhin Court of Appeals 4 IisiCAMPBELLAUCTIONE1R Springfield KY cialty4Willable Thojie 84 r JOHN Y MAY S Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtscy shown t fiafiasome tine of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 T CLUBBING RATES vmi- LOUISVILLE DAILIES ITheI Same including Sunday 8 The Sun and the daily Courier oumalany three days in 20Ithe dailyCourieiJournal week 3 4IThe Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year1 2 80 I The dailyHeraldone The Sun and the Louisville Evening I Post one 4 t l tI I j sSuiSiSiSSuSpSiSpSi SIS H BDIAKES I BAIGA1NSIN RES E TA TEt o MSl t odbar15 pet acre r No 3 70 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good P hoolhouSNo 4 =255 acres three rood barns two dwellings plenty of grads All the farm ready for the plow per acre Nov 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory dwelling and barns wellwatered onehaIfimile from school house and church Good tobacco tend Price perrcre15 No 965 acres nine milesfrom Springfield 20 asses timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced goodtimberlarg dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price S370 per acre e xTJ 16196 acres 7 miles rqSpring6eld t ongo pike me7 rOQfdwelling barn in good r barn 80 acres in T in cultivation plentYof water Price30 t roomdwellingand good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 r Na 92751 acres 76 acres go1 timber two story nine room dwelhifg two tobacco bkHis will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock J bar cow house twotenant houses two good weys plenty of c springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit I ge small ice house carriage house alloutbuildings new Price O No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield dwellingitwo good tenant houses two tobaccp barns tWo stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several otherpieqes of town property If you want a home in Springfield 1Ve got it at any price Noi23189 acres i good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 milefromof water Price 35 per acre A Nov 24166 acres Similes from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bot tam land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling I good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stockbarrt 50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water year fine set grass 35 acres of corn in thIs dearINo 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 3x40 ft70 acres in tintothy and clover 40 acres in corn all IresL of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted htmse30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land SNo 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fire lands weH 7fenced and wateredone of the best locations in Washington coun home Cheap it Nq 35 225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will 4 sell as a whole or divide it Some tjmber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap iNo 3ftHouse and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Ifot and cold water all over house Oneiof best neighborhoods in town 3000 pikefarmVeIl fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 3JK =102 J acres good four toom welling tobacco barn i Iholds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plenty of both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7 miles froin Springfield close to school and church Price 30periacre ISNo 40Flfty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine wellvin yard 2750 No 4L220 acres seen miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Never failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard T Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plentytobacco land Threequarters ofa mile from school nnd church Price 45 per acre easy payment No 45J164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acreINo 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres ofIfine timber small house stock bzirri well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No 47tr76 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 No 19jA farm containing 254 acres eight miles from Spring good pike 8 room dwelling sevep acre tobacco barniIplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre N5 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre No 51rl52 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neckV The best tobacQgrowrng part of Nelson county Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School 5 miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 534A good investment in city property on Main street No 54 4Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues No 554200 acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwellingI tobacco barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farm sit uated in one of the best neighborhoods in county Oneof the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre r V No 57163 acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Willisburg pikeI6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre INo 59m33 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 Iacre tobacco barn good stable a milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco lands Close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 60a30 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobaccd barn new two stock barns orchard qf fruit pl of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrassI plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 NO61125 acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acresof virgin soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncrib arid buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco landIIl I No 62150acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty 6f timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco lar nlenty of water One of the finest farms in Nelson couui Price 50 per acre BD Lake Springfield 1IIJII JIll 4441IT r r r i r t f Ii i t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 io u 1J i PointsI t ii 1b j 4 Co side iIn f qying a Stove ir Range dont be fooled by o tII 11POOdYICaDnot jstand hard use j r Igoodsbuy direct from none bet reliable manufacturers 1 eleoprMajeicSteeRangesan 11 T r c t1C IA I rplineof HEATING STOVES to select from 11 1i I SHULTZ McELRO Y II 4 Ii j Ir I d SPRINGFIELD s N1 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY l SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLL R In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission tjirougn mails as secpnoVclass matter i TERMS OE SUBSCRIPTION 1 One Year I i 60 y Six Months f 50 Three Months i 25 IDEMOCRATIC TICKET t I tFor SentorJ G W Beckharji For GovernOrS CW Hager IFr Lieutenant Governor South Trin ble For Auditor Henry M Bosworth r For TreasurerRuby Laffoon 1FOlSecretary of StateHubert Vre and F f t For Superintendent of Public Schools t M 0 Winfrey For Attorney Genea1Joh K Hen rick Fpr Commissioner lof Agriculture c t f W Newman j For Clerk qf Court Chenault of Apa1sJ B For Railroad mmissioneC C McChord For State Senator 4 J Rogers Gore For Representative rW C McChord BATTLE 0 Lester Perkins boUJhfof Jame Huffman a store atT blow r Lev Baker sold aij aged mare t Charles Rose urSffi Miss Sarah JaneRoyaltyvisited her sister Mrs Walter Lambert last week Mesors George L nEddand Bob Moore left for Illinois last Monday They went mostly qn a pleasure trip and will be gone about two months Mrs John Taylor isited the family of Will Young of near Mackville iast Wednesday Andrew and Elvm Parrott of Jeffer son county are visiting friends and rel atives here Mrs Mary E Young of Cornishville t has returned to her home after a two weeks visit in Louisville 4 klrs Eliza J Young is visiting Joe Best and family of Anderson county 0Several from here attenderf the party given at the home of J W Matherly in honor of Miss Hattie Busby Ethel lYoung daughter of G W young met with d very painful acci dent atschool the other day by falling off of the fence and breaking lierarm above the wrist It w s dressed by Dr Wash and is doing nicely at present Warner and Baker have moved their saw mill into the community Farmers are busy sowing wheat in otniineighborhood Subscribe for The Sun 100 year I inliiBcribe1 for The Sun tLO yir 1 f Letter List j lledlforInending Oct23 1907 1 MrV T E Bur h Mr Charley Baker Mr George Baker MrFrank Bucfcly C90kJohMrs Mollie Calvert M R ciJrainRS Mrs M M Curd Mrs Bettie ICelain Mrs Sallie Ferell Mri ALewi Jenk- Ins Mrs Mary Rose Jury Mr Jlohn Kendrick Miss Elcie Lewis Rev R M Latimer Mrs Wm P Mabtte Mr John McElrqy Mrs Roxey McHinney Mrs W T McDowell Miss annie More Mrs GWMarris Mr CV Lr DlbMay a Mat Nalley Miss Martha Page Margaret EPopecoJ Miss Mannie Pinkston Miss S S Patmuant Miss Hazle Peters James TThomas cot Mr Alex Thompson Miss Majey Shanks Chas White Mrs James Warden Mr H T Walker Miss Geriiie Waddle Bill White coD J fWhen calling for the above pleake say advertised and give date T W A WATERS Postmaster HAPPY HOLLOW Miss Maud Inman of Shady G ove spent Fridaynightvith Misses F ossi and Pearl Armstrong r i Mr J M Shn land family spent last Sunday with Mr John ArmstlrOriij and family t Mr D Chesser and family of j Illi darWIththis place Misses Dessie and Belle Golvin spent Saturday and Sunday with their si ter 1Smeeting at Rock Bridge Sunday 01JWil1isburgMr M C Keeling Mr Solomon Kays and f spehl Sunday with Mrs Kays parents Mi and Mrs H P Ch sser at Pdlin Mr Joe Newton spent jturcjay imi Sunday with his ather at Rose Messrs Georges and Creath Dan spent last Sunday night with Mr Eiasl tus Shields l Mr LM Clark anr4 f milysp nt Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Clarks faither Mr Royalty at CardvilleJ 1 IIIIn case of a snake bite oiauiy p ion oue bite quickly knot about we I- titen arm or leg a close bandage s1 of curse above the wound between p1lYcl s of the wound or cauterize with nltrajtd o f silver Wash the wound s ky or with a solution of blchlorld of riercury Keep the bandage on for several hours and do not permit It to oosen How to Sweep Without Raising Duslv To prevent dust from flying when weeping use salt or Indian menL sprinkle the carpets with tominoti airy salt or wi b coarse Indian meal avlng the mfeal slightly rdampepecl tot really wet and sweep with strong trokes of the broom v I SUNDAY WORSHIP r Order of Services in Varioust Springfield Churches for Next SU dayNt P ESBYTE IAN Regular services will be conducted Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church by tlie pastor the Rev R E C LawsOn Subject Approaching the Thron4Text Hebrew 416 Sunday school at 10 a m METHODIST No services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday the pastor the Rev G W Lyon being engaged na protracted meeting at Mayes Chapel I CATHOLIC Regular Su services will be conducted at the Catholic church by the pastor JRev Father P F Hen nessyV CHRISTIAN I The protract d meeting will close at the Christian hurch Friday night There will be prayer meeting at the Chrsti nightIat 730 no pre the Cbjristian church next Sunday but Mn Rokers willbe with the church the 1st Sunday in November The meeting ofC W Dick jias been a success and many Ijave beeri added tOthe member ship of the churk B PTlSr On next Sunday morning the pastor of the Baptist church will preach on Fishery LMen I The orpfiahce of baptism will be ad niinistered at th close of the evening serviceri C Jdf om Hawkins The following card regarding the Domination of jaj Republican candidate for Representative in Marion county appeared in la8ti- weeks issue of the Lebanon Enterprise Tne nominefe wais conceived by a leading distiller of the county and born of the persuasive powers of distillers and liquar dealers and their friends and the resolution endorsing local option was the most piece of pblitics I have ever heardola1dis too inconsistent to ca Vote of the county Ifjthis is not a life picture of preaching tiemperance and practicing booze I c1onsehow one din be imagined I dont think any Republican should feel that he is severing party ties by refusing to support a nominee off1 a small coterie of wet Democrats even though he be Under the patty em blem I shall heart ly support the REST of the ticket and n the fut rfvillbefound fightmg for the cause tiS1fledparty of their fathers This whole af fair iHo my way of thinking is a farce comedy to which the Republicans are admitted free provided they cast their votes for Czar NichOlascandidate- w T- vHawkins SVCAMORL9VALLY The school at this place is progress ing nicfely J Mrs Dan Mcllvoyl and little daulfh ter Mary spent Thursday with Mrs Will Baws Mr and Mrs Abe ICranfulI of Van dike spent last Saturday night and Sunday withMr and Mrs J Dl Suth erland Mrs Lizzie Fitzgerald of near Springfield spont uriday with her brother S H Crook at this place Rev and Mrs W E Sutherland have returned to their home in Buffalo W G Dudgeon spent Sunday with Elvia Settles Everett Scruggs and family spent Monday with Prof Jj T Prather and wife at J D SutherlandJu ht nineteen sheep for 700 per head Sorghum making is the order of the day at this place Born since our last letter to the wife of J So Thoni sagirl Mrs Si D Sutherland speh several days last weeK with mq ot J W Sutherlandi at Wiliisburg- J S Inman has purchaseda new rubber tire buggy fojr 113 S H Crook purchased a ney steel tire buggy Several from this place attended the series of meetings heldat Willisburg dnducted by the Rev W C G bbsi M C Keeling wife and little daugh ter Lillie spent Monday with Mrs Keeling parents at Brookaville Many of the voters df this place atv tended the speaking atWilli8burg Ved nesday afternoon he many friends at ithiaplace of Dr jj F Rinehart were sorry to hear of his deatmm California JolemanVSettles and Fields Godby jhave gone t Chaplin toiengage in work r Hsettle bought a horse from jBose Litsey for S115 I1r and Mrs George Keeling of visiteaNM t Keeling Sun rrOrkVill i t 1 Ii REVIVAL MEETING In Progress at Mayes Chapel Rev GW Lon Assisting XA protracted meeting began at Mayes Gha el Tuesday Rev Walker the pastor is being assisted by the ReV G W Lyon pastor of the Methodist cnurphof this city The meetings will continue until the latter part t fnext week r The first quarterly meeting for Springfield charge Methodist church will be held next Saturday arid Sun day Oct 26 and27 atMayeV Chapel Refy AP Lyon the new Presiding Elder will hold the services t To r Sale Privately I r Haying soldny home onJJebjanon street will now offer for sal the cot tage adjoining same and now occupiedx by Mrs J H Lawrence This hoia is new and in good repair and w el 1110i cated For particulars and price see W P LAWRENCE r WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence The grounds around the capitol have been torn up for several weeks In or per to construct the subways conn Act kindhousefor the work calls for Its completion and the restoration of everything above ground to its original states by the time the real people begin tor drift fQCinsidea fifteen inch wall of concrete four layers of waterproofing and then a f01Jrinchall of hollow terra cotta blocks set vertically so as to serve as a series of drains and carry off rain seepag4and such Each subway will be absolutely dry anthe greatest sort of care is being given to this feature Subway Sidewalks The sidewalk in the subways will be fulllengthIn platforms in each station In addition each subway has sufficient room for a narrow gauge track on which wIn be run ordinary trucks to transfer documents etc to and from the cal tol A track for passenger cars may be put in although this particular feature Is in rather a hazy state just noW Anyhow the sidewalk will permit those members of congress who retain powers of locomotion to dash back and forth between the capitol and the office buildings without showing their noses above ground Furbishing the Capitol The work on the capitol is nearing completioJTtas unusually heavy year eutjside of the big dome was gone over with ji magnifying glass and painted with some sort of com pound tht stretches and has a cou tempt for weather Inside in the seth ate wing the rooms of the committee Interstate commerce privileges andon election claims conference postofflce and post rOads and the chambers of tilt vice and sergeant atJpresldent arms wer and decorated an at the house end the rooms of the com mittecs on Indian affairs private land claims ant labor received similar treat ment The folding rpom document room and other liusluess quarters around the capitol also have ben gone over Senatoi Ventilation In the sui reme court everything iIntab1e hns beep painted and the foxing room has been given special a Jehtion The work certainly should rs fine as It Is being done by the artiRf restored the Vatican frescoes n couple of yours ago One of the mOst Important pieces of work done at the capitol luring the summer was the installation of a new and big exhaust fan over the senate chamber It is t thought this will mate dally improve the ventilation Ball Bearing Chairs For Congressmen time annual housecleaning of the cor dclQfs and the 430 rooms for office committee tnd storage purposes and the iTO windows the 550 doorways and the 140 fireplaces has been finish ed lu the house chamber allot the 100 mahogany desks have been scraped and refinished and the 400 chairs fur nished wltb new bull bearing a s Ors1Municipal Building The special committee appoi tcd byI the commissioners several mouths ago to estimate the cost of furnishing anti equipping the new municipal building which the District govern meiit n ates moving Into next June furnished their estimate to the op1msslon rs as 135826 Of this eQulpmfl1tsuchterpresses counters partition dee trical fixtures railings etc The re nialnlng 43027 will be devoted Ito furc alture screens rugs mirrors etc Public Baths and Laundries Preparatory to submitting their annual reports and estimates to congress it the coming session the commission irs are considering the advisaCllity of providing public baths In the District They strongly favor the establishment of public baths and last year recouir mended that an appropriation be made lufficfent to build two but congress turned it down This year it Is stat ed the commissioners will ask for an Appropriation for the two public baths and an appropriation with which to es tablish public baths Jar the accommo dation of pupils of the public schools and the establishment cf public laun s + Mt- r +1 + i IfORSALE I SHORTHORNS REGISTERED I ti1Ion ttItt t3 44 following registered shorMorn cattle wL2- N fIH t tttwo bull calves t t + M one heifer calf 1 tThe cows are splendid milkers I+ IIIIIIIiI+i 1 t + tIt Luther A1 Burns S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer 1 T h tM4tiItt4HtiItItttut44444J1 n dries in conneijtlon with the public baths T White House Dining Table At the White House it is stated that the famous dinner set of the RoOse- velt home is not being regilded asre ported but that several of the ornaments to the tabes of the state dining room are in proicess of being bright ened up The moist Interesting of these Is what is called the plateau a beautiful ornament fr the center of the White House talle on state occasions tIs about ten leet long in five sections and tweiitj Inches wide Beautiful mirrors ndoi n the bottom of this and the border of these mirrors Is of gilt The borders are being worked over S areIalso beln A Long Pastorate Rev Frederick D Power pastor of the Vermont Avenue Christian church recently preached his thirtysecond anniversary sermon The preacher has served his church in Washington through nine a Iminlstrations froin Grants second term to the present and has delivered 5000 sermons and paid more than 5QOOO pastoral calls He has seen his congregation grow from a little gro ip of 150 all toldt housed in a dlmiiutive chapel to a body cotaInInTCj enrolled members with a Sunday school of 4r70i The present church is the seventh structure used by the congregation since the be- gInning of the preachers pastQrate CARL SCHOFIELD HoA to Crystallize Flowers To crystallize flowers construct some basliets Of fancy form with pliable copper wire and wrap them with gauze Into these tie tfo the bottom viojets ferns and geranium leavesIn fact any flowers except full bloom roses and sink them in a solution of alum of one pound toa gallon of wa ter after the solution has cooled The colors wilt then be preserved in tboir4 original beauty and the crystallized alum will hold faster than when from a hot solution When you have a light covering of crystals that completely covers the articles emove the basket carefully and allow to drip for twelve bours These baskets make a beau tiful parlor ornament and for a long time preserve the freshness of the flowers How to Treat a Jammed Finger The linger should be phmgeil into water as hot as can possibly be borne Tills nppltoation dr hot water Causes the nail to expand soften and the blood jiourjng out it has more room 16 flow pain Is lessened aidThe finger then be rapped in a broad nnd A jam med finger should be neglected hsit may lead to mbrtiflcatlon of the bone If it has been bfidly crushed and nmputntiou of the finger must follow Timrned toes are usually caused through the falling jf heavy weights and should be treated In the same way sa jammed finger IHow to Prepare Pineapple prepare a pine ipple for eating cut off thetop and 1ottom Quarter the pineapple lengthwise and cut off the hard core With piated fork and large spoori scratch tnd scrape the pulp from the shell As a result you TVlll have a pulpy juicy mass for your table Instead of thej hard slices or lumps usually served aid the scraped shell in your hand will hold the trou blesome eyes and what will astonish you perhaps a mass of long thread like Indigestible fiberS Jif i I LAWRENCESLEADERS 1Read rSave Money 1 Wanted ito exchange grocer ies cabbage potatoes corn eggs and butter j Lawrenc s Grocery Co antry produce ofal kinds wanted at Lawrences Grocery R memHer you can buy grocer ies cheap forcashat Lawrence Grocery Maple syrup and sugar onsale now at Lawrences Grocery A fewTnore bargains p in fin and glassware at r Lawrences Grocery fc Two sc cans Backing Powder for 5C TWo 5c sticks VViggle Stick blueing frsc When in need of fruits vegetables and groceries call at Lawrences Grocery 7 IFOR SALE Buck boardid two sets hght and heavy harness W P LAWRENCE f When you have more yege tables than needed exchange them for groceries at Lawrences Store Cash gajid for eggs at Lawrences Grocery = You can buy ceeapfor cash air LaSyrenQes Grocer JI You can find1 lots of good things to eat at 1Lavrees Storfe For Sale Privately j t i Having sold niy home proper ty will now offer fofsale private1 ly my stock of groceries incI ding fixtures Soft Drink aid Laundry agencies Alcng Ylththis sale goes the lease on store room andcld storage Makihg very cheap rent anda very desirable point to do busi j f ness V For particulars call ori or address W P LAWRENCE JtSpringfield Subscribe for The Su n 5100 year Subscribe for The Sun LOO year j Subscribe for The SUEL JLOO fear Sub cribe for The Sun 5100 year t Ac 7 7 T p I I r It TIlE SPRlNGFIEliD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1907I 5 l Ii Neverr S forI i In the history ofpuJbu mess has there been such a JAMOTH STOCK OF MER WINTERjif I r as iaff9d and AVC were for unate enough to get in our orders Ieforthe heavy advances in I1 we are selling a great quantity of goods at OLD ERICESl 1 V II Class nd- Misses 150 GOO Istockof press Goods Silks and Trimmings is t43ans we have lev l r sFown I eceptionaIlyMISCELLANEOUS 1N i Hoswr3lovesan4 iryNicedepartment loadedwth at pries will pay to bu y here EyerY1 pleasureofcshowln- ou iRes IGnelu IThe Robertkon= Claybrblke CQ M i Dr J1 M11 Burton v RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Vit1r out PaIr GROWN ORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield jKyOffice flagon Block upstairs j t LQcal News Notes ci l on shoes id ves and rtldayatt Gampbeils grocery changers hands N9V 1 soc I1e Itlandg t some bar gains in china and glassware J v FOR SALE One suit of f rniturdr 20 orie sideboard 15 To be MRS GEORGE JCoLyiNg i We haye only about fjve carloads ot co lefti1bdthose wishing to avail tnemselyeeof our low prices should oder now M H The place to get one dollars worth of goods for 90 cents is jv PJ THQJLAS p I will offer for sale my farm of 254 acres situated at Hillsboro for thirt days This is one of the best tobacco farms in the county plenty pf grass and water good ten acre tobacco barn On eaiy terms For further particulars callon C W Stallings or y j B DpJAkE 4 inspire in the Farmers Insur anc Company the only hy that pays its losses ip jult J N JQeneral Mnj Junction J iiiIlje forget we are corner with a fulj line ot stoves and f rniture Get our prices before youbuy At Campbells NOTICE The ladies of the Spring geld Christian church will give a court day dinner to which all are invited the 4th Monday in October i M A Shirley Co Willis burg want te hire a blcksinith for the in coming year Good furnished W C still want Your produce iso come Mjseeus At Campbells I fj t L Ht Cloaks sflqtooks especially large and ajttractiye this season adwi11 compare favorably with those1 of other citiesLtQur stes are correct ana the Prices are Lower i tha n you can getia city for same High GarmentsI = i Ladies and Misses Suits I1Oto4O SeperatSkirts v itSO to 18 Ladies JCloaks 55Q to 440 f Childrens Cloaks to15 iDRLSSOur peJIr V 0 goo things that eiclfully JONES Horns compa Wells 1it hoUse Auctioneer S M Campbell r par s anville coii tF day well attended ar d he following sales 150 cattlfexortma et ranging in prices from 2Jc t9 3 sc er pound Hamilton Brown shoes have i 0Iqua for the money Sold by PJ THOMAS LAND POSTEDNO huntingvith dcg r gun on my farm on Fred ricktO n nd earr Wallow turnpike L F J PHILLIPS p TFOR SALETw igood jvvagorisV i M IT JONES Co FOR SALEOne Deermg Goin Haiester good as itew Will sell j J K WALLS Springfield Ky R FPiNo 2J Notice is hereby given that tim 5 ent penalty has been addeji to till un Iaid school tax for 1907 whifchJnust I aid in sixty days from this date or a tax warrant will be issued land place i i the hands of the sheriff for cplle t on G C WHARTON Secy You g Men arid Ladies wifh ambitio i s lould learn Telegraphy Under th e new 8hour law which goes into effec nlext March over 18000 additions i iielegraphjsrs are required bythe Rai r dsin ie United States fVpsition pay fromS60 to 8O per month to be g mers ou can quaIiy in 3 or months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Gin cinnati Ohio i c N tlce i Having sold our grocery Store tig ve possession Novl you wilibe abli t get some good bargains in glass an q ieensware from nowHilIj then at Campbell Grocery Mnte Cristo There will be a special scenic reviya oi Monte Cristof at the Springfiek 0 era House Thursday night Oct 24 wien Fred G Conrads metropolitai company will present the Dumas dram w th all its original strength Mr Con r I will offer the clever arrangehien of the Dumas novel for the stage b W illiam Lewie known throughout th country as one of the best actors wh ever starred in the play There are fivE acts with impressive climaxes including thfe famous The World is Mie ItJ r L I NeOR t OR4TED III II 1 frices Inhoyation III 1 r jjPjI r CLPrice proprietor of Prices ifectiOnery and ce ream Parlor s added a new fejiture to hid business t at Springfield has Ion i needed and oi e tha will prove Ropti ar as well as Riofitabie It is the fall daly lunch cio unter and meal tablet for the serving OL hot lunches consist ng of coffee vj1tnodcrjwds Fresh oyr rs raw fried or sl wI have also eer added to his Iimiday menu INew furniture an fix ures haVe been instalTed to accomo ate patrons i Good Citizens ieay j S For Wekterh Colony 41lisburgcomivilI experiehee a gO t ciize ship this week vhet three of its vellnown families le vfor the Vest Tl Jose leaving to r geihfer with their fanilibs are Messrs C Jii Perkins Sle t1Picstonaiid John TrGpff Mr Perkins Itves tomorrow and lilr Pinkston arid fiimiiy will leave next Monday Mrj ir and family prcfcede them 0 several Wash ingtoii county ocated at De Kajb IJl whTheta fiboye families wili Washington c while regr los sPch ixcelknt citi zens ijwill wish m unbounded sUCfs m their Dv honies Protracted Meetings To Begin s At Siri igfield Churches A protracted Itiniwill begirt at the Baptist chjurcf in this city Mon day November L JT lie pastor the Rev W H jWilliams will be assisted by the Rev W L Dugan of Danville The pastor andv members of the Methodist church Xvill bin a senes Of meetings on Monday night November 18 The Rev J V Simpsoin of Tay lorsville will ssft The pastor the Rev G W Lydrt SAftSATURDAt Several head of fine horses are to be offered in the public safe of Dr Ro Bards personaVpropertvron next Sat urday Oct 26 Some fine broodmares will be sold and parties desiring to purchase excellent horseflesh should not fail to attend this sale t 0000 0 oe1o ooepoS a s a Personal Notes Jo lJ 0 jVisitors In and Out ofTownA a Round Up of the Weeks G Personal News aQqTheiittle Things of Life A goodbye kiss is a little thing stingOfThat you made an hour ago A kiss of greeting is sweet and rare dayAnd plowed by care The lines on the forehead you once call ed fair In the years that have blown away kinaIBut yourheartFor love is tender love is blind As we climb lifes rugged height We starve each othej for loves caress giveItbless But we dole the love grudgingly less and less Till tis bitter and hardto love Margaret E Sangster MrByron Parks is in Louisville on business MrsiW C McChord and Mrs J S McElroy Wre in Lebanon Monday Misses May Boldrick and Willie Spalding of Lebanon were in Spring field Monday Mrs Mackin of Louisville iting her sister MrsJV lSJiS Mr Hugh Stiles was in Monday MrsTW Sthmsjris visiting at Bardstown Junction Miss Ellen Wathen vjts the ji est of relatives in Bardst wn thex first of thE week Mrsl L H Bellebaum who las been a great sufferer from rheumatism for some time is much improved Mrs Ida1 Clarks n left Tuesdaysor Danville as a delegate to the missionary society Mr ard Mrs JFrink Montgomery werein Louisville last Wednesday i rid Thursday Miss Louise McElr who hasI Vrnefrom health will soon er berestored thatr Mrs Mary Noe has from a visit to her sonj Mr Steve Noe- of1 Lebanon i Mrs jMattre McDowell after a visit to relatives here returned to her home in Danville Monday ebanrnSatu ltSadIss a visit to Mrs Ramens sister imSt Louis v Misses Nanie Shehan arid Roxie Wakefield of Maud1 were Jiere Monday Rev William Harrison Williams and Miss Annie McGhord were in Leba non T esdayl ehtertaFed- the ministers of the town to dinner yesterday Mrs Chas VleWhorter dud Mrs Wash Tucker were resentI Mr Theo Gartipbell has been cbn fined to bis bed forrsevoral days with an attack of the grijti HJis condition is improved today Mr Arch M Hayes jof Louisvjlle spent a few days last veek with his fatherinlaw MJ W IL Leachman of near town 4B BSBM1 ifTheresinythinf New Under The Sun Its My Line of n lewHats Just Received Latest Styles and Patterns Varied assortment arid all up to Hiemomenfr TRIMMiNG ESPECI- ALLYWILLIAMS MilliNERY t i qii4Receive New i HATS i I c H RIDAYsEnibiWin Readyto Wears for Ladies md Children Prettiest of the seasoflvifl beautiful patterns Trim ring a spialtyn 4Ia now prepare to execute the bet work in Trimm ng of all kinds on Hatsyin every design I carry istock a full line ofpiec goods and ask the Ladies to call in and inspect MISS WILLIE OTT wwww ww r c1Mrs R E Lawson has been quite ill for the past week but is now considerably improved WeD ClaybrootU and I H Thur man are in Perryyillej today Mrs Kate Williams was in Louis yule yesterday replenishing her fall stock of millinery Mr WaitEr Wigginton of Spencer county visited his cousins Mrs P J Thomas and Mrs Wilt Jbhnson the past week LMisses Magg and Virginia Royalty Miss Beulah Arnold at eIayWycoff Miss Jennie is visiting Miss Nannie Shehan of iVT Wakefield and wifeof Nelson county are visitors atjtne hme of Mr and Airs Frank Wakefield aft Maud 1 udge andvrs IIH Thurnian and- On Ra are icndins several day in L9u villeiIris RdBards bO Hend r miYil1e fN QIS efche guest bf her sons Drs John hnd Richard RoBards Dr J M Burton was in Louisville several days last week on business Miss Lulie Waters has returned from a two weeks visit to relat yes in Louisville Rev J A Hogarty of Le anon spent Tuesday with Rey P F Hen nessy IVlr Leo Simms has returne from Danville wKere he hajd been at ending school on account of ill health Mr Otho Hatchet spent Sunday with liis parents Mr and Mrs W W Hatchett of MackyilleL rMrs George McBride o Louis vile is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M L Searcy tMr McGill of Lebanon was hereon business last week Mr Will Wharton spent Sunday with his brother Rod yharton of Lou isville rMrsA C Kimball and daughter Miss Abbie spent Friday with Miss Briggs McElroy of Lebanon Mr Chas Greene who has been employed in St Louis is at home on account of bad health Mr Slick Mattingly of Louisville spent several days here last week Mrs Janie Willett s in Bardstown the guest of Mrs R Ht Edelen Miss Mayme Knottl is spending the week with Miss Willie nottJWill Selecman hak returned from Louisville where he has just completed a thorough urse in stenography = Master James McElroy son of Mr and Mrs JC McElroy has been confined to his bed for several days from a severe case of tonsilitis The little felr low is now improving and his young friends trust he will soon be abieto join them again Mr W P Lawrente is in Shelby vile on a business trip Mr and Mrs SM Burton who haye been visiting friends and relatives at this place haye rQtUrned to their home in Louisville IMr Raymond Na who has been Visiting friends and relatives in Cincin nati has returned to Ijer home at thjs place I Mr and Mrs Charles Gates and neice Miss Annie D Grundy of Louis vile will arrive Saturday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs E L Davison MrL H Bellebaum has returned from Louisville where he was called several days ago by the serious illness of his sister Miss Agnes Bellebaum Miss Bellebaum has been ill of typhoid fever and at present there is little improvement m her condition ww Among the ones from outoftown that attended the skating ink last Fri day night were Miss Pearl onnor arid two visitors and Mr Joe 2onnor of Fredericktown Prof Hume ana Messrs Joe and John Wycoff of MackvilleV Messrs Logan Bosley Allen MdE1roy Bob Bland of Lebanon 4 Miss Mabel Tucker will entertain the following young people thisevthiinIg i Misses Alice McElroy Flaget Simms Nancye Simms Margarite McChordS Anne McElroy Francis MartjnBlue J Simms Mary Haydon Jennie Greene Messrs Frank Willett Hood Cunning ham Knight Handy Jim and Harry Shultz Leon Allen Wathen Simnis Cliffbrd Roberts Leslie Gibbs Richard TMisswill assist in e V 1Births Jt fj Bqrn Sunday morning to thewife of Mr Harry Thompson tenpound boy He fis a handsome young fellow and his father thinks he favors h m The wife of Mr J L Barber resented him with a girl baby on last Thursday The name of the little Miss is Florence Cecilia and she is just as I pretty as her rtame tvt i Magistrates Court j ILast Saturday Squire Nimrod Hen dren his annual fan term of court at Willisburg There is always more or less litigation in Squire Hendrens court out last Saturday was a bigday and late in the afternoon the docket had riot been finished and several cases had to be continued to the next regular j term Several of the oases tried were commonwealth casesmostly for breach of the peace while the remainder of the docketwas taken up with civil acr tions Attorneys Mayes Neikirk Polin and Duncan orSpringfield were in att tendance A Good Meeting l J Elder C W Dick of Bourbon county is engagedtn a series of meetings at the Christian church He is a clear logical ancPeloquent speaker and is ac complishirig muchgood eryices every afternoon and evening this week at 230 and 730 All are urged to hear him and enjoy the sweet spirit of thisi revival The Court Day Dinner Irr v The earnest gopd women of the Christian church and their many friends ot other denominations will give a Court Day Dmngr at the business house formerly occupied by Mr Begge man as a harness shop Dont forget the time Monday Oct 28 Dinner will be served from 10 oclipck a in till late in the afternoon Twentyfive cents will get you a good dinner kLet merchants mechanics anjd f rmerSf an get their dinners from these good women Sorghum Lasses Comes High r l tnji Sorghum molasses 70 cents per gallon is a display sign that doesnt look a bit good to the small boy who has been used tosopping his biscuit in this the most palatableto him ot all farm products Nevertheless it is true and the farmer with prosperous cane patch doesnt have to worry about the insignificant dealings in stock on Wall street Grocers say sorghum molasses is higher thfe year than they ever remember of It will also be very scarce they say arid eyen at thlspncerthe supply will not equal the demand Thereis very little of the product on the Springfield market as yet but tbeV mills are now busy in the cane patches l rJ pww r r1 Tr I I I 1 I6 r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1907 0E1PLY INTERESTED sis William j Bryan the Great Nebraikan In the Success of J v jhe Democratic Par y In cii Kentucky This Y jari i ysCampaigpIn This State Has JUilmpdrtinf Bearing Upon the j Success ftt Principles la 1 Which He Is Interested influence oir National P Hies ia4 r Victory In State of Kentu ky Can lppvriot Be Ignored by Vters Louisville Ky Oct 17J Address ing 6000a persons gathered at six teen clUes and towns in w stern and JT2ryan the greatest living eponent- C t the principles of Democracy urged upon his hearers and all other patri otic Kentucklans that they jgo to the polls on election day Tuesday Nov supfport of the splendid state ticket head id by Judge Sw Hager Democratic candidate for governor and for legist latiye canidateswho will hi the general assejnbjv of 1908 cast their votes for Governors C WBec ham for a seat in the senate of thi United States as the successor of Sernit r McCreary Mr Bryans speeches were devoted largely to a discussion of national Issues but in presenting tl e views which he holds and whlch ans dear to iuncUeds of thousands of Democrats the ibuntry overhe dwelt at con iJld able length upon the influence which a Democratic victory in the L WILLIAM JZITOINGB BRYA4 state of Kentucky this year will have on national politics He decl red it would be jan Influence that De locrats cannot ignore as It would be heralded as t eifirstgun to be fired In the cele O a great nation al vlc tory In ipr senting Democrat c doc trines and urging Democrats cf Ken tucky to rally to the support of tire state candidates of the part p Mr Bryan spoke as followst am down in your campaign this year because believe that It has art important bearing upon the success f the principles in Which fee deep ly interested know the men who have been nominated for several of your offices and am interested in f thenv Ifut Nam interested ever more t In the principles for which they stand P am interested in national p litics af state politics has Its Influenc upon Snational politics and t Wnt t give- you two reasons why bejlevj that every Democrat should be out at the polls this yjear and vote the Democrat ic ticket from top to bottom In the flirst place Kentucky Js ono of our Djemocratic states arid 1 do not want us to have to enter a na tional campaign handicapped I y IRe publican victory in the state ol Kentucky There is no local reasoi why you should turn flown an admi ilstni tion that has administered thi gov ernment economically and In yi ur in ter st If you want to find a contrast between a slate admiIistratio thaL 0 is Democratic and a state tion that ib Republican Into the states where tho admillstra obntrl like the state of instance and compare of the government in the tion of the state affairs with tKe adv ministration in states which R jpublI 1cans control For Instance compare Missouri a Democratic state with I Yennsylyariia a Republican statanct you can understand the difference be iwcttJ bUcans Because Democrats teach that taxation Is a necessary evil to be borne only so far asia necessary for the support of the government Whereas the Repiibllfcan party ha s for a quarter of4 century taught the doe- trine that taxation is a blessing and 7 if people have a hard time all you have to do is to increase their axes In order to lighten their burden and increase their blessings It is nat iiraltbat thoW who believe tha tax ation Is a neceSsLry JBvi1 should limit and restrict ltasmuch as possible arid it is perfetftly natural that hose who fn national politics tea hthat 1 tariff isl Wessinff to the p sople l should give them i ad much of ths blessing as pPsslbleNwhen they have t1 c i anQe to amn1itIter the offles- Thei ther is this difference be tween the way the Democrat looks at RepublicanittJ ray RepulIi can I do not meant le average Re publjcan who Votes Iprthe averac Republican who votes has mighty little influence npoA tie average Re Ipublican whp holds high office There is a wide diffc rence between the rank and file of ifie Republican iparty and the Repu lican leaders The average Republic m is lIke the average Pem rat Bit thehfgh Re publican looks af society froth nnen itlrely different standpoint The Dem worksJRepublicans of this c juntry believe that prosperity dripsi down leaks down from the highei classes and therefore when they obnie to consider policies the Democrat and the av erage Republican wan policies fort e whole people while the leading Republicans insist that If you l glslate for the welltqdp they will take care of the poor It Is natural that lookang at goyern ment and society from hese different standpoints that the Democrats would more carefully guard tile in terests of the commor people than those In charge of the administration under Republican authority Isay this In regard to the g neral admih istratlon and J think ydu will find If true if you will compare your admin istration under Demdcr ts with the administration states which are tinder Republican rule lBut my friends the Influence 4hat your election will have on national politics is an influence that Democrat cannot If your state were tt castitJ vote for the Republican party you would find that al over the nation it would be heralded as the beginning of R publican victory in the nation while iff fri your state you do as they diet In Oklahoma it will be her aided abroad as the first gun to be fired in the cele ration of a great national victory Out in Oklahoma they rolled up a majority of nearly lOOOOC In favor jot a constitution written by a constitu tional convention that was nine thnths Democratic Ninetenths isa preyIgood ratio and we canii t ask much more for our dollars whether gbld or silver have about tin pe cent alloy and ine tenths puija is consid ered a very fair ratio evea jn money and out in Oklahoma the had a con stitutional conventions that was riiae tenths pur and it wrote a const tu theDper cent of the Republica1 is and the victory in Oklahoma gives jus not ohlr that indication of the treri d ofputlUG sentiment but It gives us two Deiio cratlc senators And five Democratic md61nherestate who ate fighting for better gov ernment and by your e ction this fall you will not only dete mine ytir state officers and put eith r the Den ocratic ticket with Judge Hager lat the head pa Republicai ticket in office here but you will a so electfa United States senator and that sen ator win hold for six year He will hold through the next adriinistratlin dminlstttlon the United States senate hi the r weak point today in tFs gov ernme nt They have si many representatives there of prporr ate wealth that we need in the United States senate Demo crats to the core who lile Gov ernbr Becknam will st nd for the rights ofthe people and V though live 1nNebrsk am Interested in thesenato elect ed from Kentucky vfor be ore we I can secure any remedial relief In any direction of a national c araClerit must passt rough the United States senate Vl No relief of a national j character qanbesenate and therefore the farms Jftf my state are interested like the peft ple of your state In having senatpn there WhQ will listen to thvoice if me common people ana nc t recen je their instructions from tie great trusts arid the railroad syste iis of the country gffElyouno one S e ultisomething like seventeen ye4rs Jbaire been laboring In behalf of certain r forms and those reforms Me dearer to me than anything else oa poli cal nature that my country an giv I have watched the growth of thedp reforms as day by day they have de veloped and just as the far ler goes out and rejoices in the gro thautJ development of the crop on lis Janf I have watched with delight th growth and development of iheseicj foriis and in the last two ear I have- seen these reforms vindicated ndt only by events but even by the cori fessipns of Republicans and these reformis have at last grown sb strong that TEeV have compelled a Republic ban presfd rit to acknowle ge the need of ffevferal other refo IDS foi which we lave been contend ng and others will compel the ack owl cgl ment of Republicatis before sng Let me kive you tour of tiese rei forms that have become ad strong r that a Republican president has admitted the correctness of our posi tion Take Iii the first place the enforcement of the law against the truts What a time we have had convincing some of the people that the trusts are an eviL jl remember that In our fight on this subject there were lots lor Republican who were leluded with the idea thab about all the good that this country enjoys has tome in somewtiy mysteriously from the trusts and whenever we said any thing In regard to the Standard Oil trust there was always some Republi can who would stand on the street corners and tell us that it was the Standard Oil trust that had cheapen edthe price of oil nut there Is riot a Republican now to make that argument even in a back alley There ere many who thought that these great trusts were beneficent institutions and they were praising them as If all blessings flowed from them but my friends In the last few years they have come to believe as Democrats have long insisted thit the penitentiary is not too good a place for the trust magnate who con spires against the welfare of 80000 000 people and this sentiment has that not only does the presidentsay that the enforce mOnt of the criminal law would be a good thing but as an illustration of the vast growth of the tremendous increase of this sentiment even Sec retar Taft even Secretary Taft laughter has reached the point where he now admits that ItmIght be a good thing to put obe or two trust magnates In the penitentiary While they will admit that it might be good to put one or twp in the rest of the people will go far enough to believe that all of them should be pufe in So that when the president takes an ad vanced position on the trust question he steps on Democratic ground The people praise him for what he has done in the matter pf railroad regulation but where did he get his inspiration In a Republican plat form You read in vain the Republican national platform to find it there andj if you look in that hated and de spised Chicago platfornj you will find the authority for railroad regulation that the president has at last accepted If you look in the platform of 1900 written at Kansas City you will find it again and ven at St Louis while we Quarreled over a good many questions jwe wrote that plank into that platform and it was our third national platform that demanded this reform and when the president stepped put and advocated this he had to step onto Democratic ground But let no Republican find fault with the president bejcaiise he stands on Democratic ground on some of these questions fpr he could not go before you without entrenching on Democrat- Ic ground for we preempted all the ground in front several years ago Some of the Demoerats have even re sented the manner in which the president has endorsed some Democratic ideas but r do not resent it for our ideas were presented tothe public for adoption jand our ideas are good enough to be adopted not only by Democrats but by Republicans and my regret is not that the president has adopted some of them but my regret is that he has not adopted more and bat he has not carried the conclusions that he has adopted furr ther When Ithlnk of the president arid some of the Democratic things he has done I ani reminded of something said by Peter Cartwright A man asked him if Ire was sanctified and he said Yes InNspots and so my friends when thy ask me about the president whether he is Democratic or not 1 say Yes lnspots but that the spots are not large enough and not numerous enough Take the subject of tho income tax and the president haa endorsed our position I can remember a few years ago when the income tax was dV nounced uy Republicans and de bounced niost bitterly and I am glad to speak of that inc mo tax where I come jn contact with Mr Montgom cry who was on the ways and means committee and who was pn the subcommittee that helped to draft that income tax 1 happened to be on thjit Bubcommittee with him and I lootv bacjc to my part in that Income tax with as much pride as I take in any act In my public career and I rejoice that now some twelve fears after the Democratic party fought for It a Republican president conies up and dmits that it js a good thing and we ought to have it In this country and SecretaryTaftonly yielding to hrs postponing habit of mind hc thinks we ought not fo have it right away So you ta e the question 6f arbitra tion betweencapital and laborapo sition taker bths Democrats in 1896 1900 and 1904 nd the president en- dorseR that position today On four great p positions he has accepted Demo rfltic QctrJnc and yqt 01rquestions haVnot only not accepted Democratic dodtrlno but has advanccdi very unDemocratlc d- octrInnot agreed wlthais aslo thelDportance of tarla reform although Secretary Taftybevn Secretary Taft has made an argu ment against a high tariff and would have tariff reform after a while But my friends the president has endorsed ship subsidy ni when he endorsed a thing not Democratic he found fprtyone Republicans in the lower house who refused to vote with him and voted with the Democrats against a ship subsidy He endorsed an asset currency and yet the Repub licans in congress were afraid to pre sent it even to the lower house but agre dWlthtle Democrats against an asset currency even as an emer gency currency that they dared not it sse s SI SSBSsS Ss iI SSSS t 1f A Piano Placed r f- In Your Home On Trial Ifrt fI j rF YOU intend purchasing a piano it would be dollars in vur pocket to get in correspondI ence with us Being the largest pfkno dealers In the South and buying them in carload lots enables us to quote Pianos and Piano a Players hsaof tiilViIconvince the most skeptical allwe say if given the Our cIt consists of the following worldfamous makesL t P LPIANOSPRICE 178 UP1 PLAYER PIANOS 500 UP PIANO PLAYERS PRICE 250L MoritenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send me full particulars by return mail hoW you will place a piano in my home on trial Name 1 Address ij I MONTENEGRO INCORPORATED RIEHM MUSIC Q 628630 fourth Avenue Louisville Ky ilwww w5w wwww wwww = present as bill and apt upon it In the house of representatives Then the president asserted the doctrine that treaty can Override the laws of state In regard to their school system If had gone to California and made an argument in defense of the right of the state to con trol its affairs had gone there two years ago 1 could not have made the people to understand the importance of the question but the moment the right of these people to control their schopl system was attacked then all the Republicans of California became Democrats on the subject of school control and now the president has proposed the national incorporation of railroads and other great corp tions and my friends as long the American people understand that the purpose of the national incorpor- ations to take out of the hands of the people of the state the control nf their state affairs and carry that con trol to Washington and place down there where It is almost impossible tO teach your representatives there agaInst1thatannounced in California and you will find the American people Republican as well as Democrats lining up In behalf of the doctrine set forth In the constitution that while congress supreme in the affairs of Interstate commerce the state supreme in the control of the things that concern its own people and its own people alone So that where the president has been Democratic he has gained popularity and where he has unDemocratic he has lost popularity and thus by his good deeds and by his bad ones lie has proven the strength of Dernocratic ideas inj this coun tryI v If ahyNPf you think tnat the Repub licans ever won victdry in the last twelve years want to remind you that after twelve year of complete power after Vather leven during which they hhad the president seriate and the house they have never been able to impress Uon this country one single Republics idea There is not one Republican doctrine today that strong was elev en years ago That the resujt of eleven years of Republican Ipremacy in the United Stages aid tm Demo tlc party out of power has euso strong that can coerce Repulill can presidentJinto the acceptance of as basis Qfh popularityli Now my friend this true not bad time for the Democrats of Kentucky to become Republicans Is this not the time when their faith in Democracy should be strength ened rather than weakened Is this not the fime when their hope should be increased rather V than diminished Is this not the time when they should go fbith with larger zeal rather than with indifference am glad to have this chance to look Into the faces of those who in the campaigns through which have passed have been faithful to the plat form on which tQod and come here to ask you to be enthusiastic in your efforts this fall you were when was your standard bearer If there is in this audience one who has been attached to me let rntieg him to transfer to Judge Hager and those oji the ticket with ltnanr1 toGov ww ww ernpr Beckriam tne toll measure cf that attachment My frieads shall not spend time telling you whatsplen did men these candidates are tam satisfied that they deserve your sup port and that they will ornamnt the positions to which they aspire shall not dwell upon matters of state importance for cannot knew these things as well as your own speakers All that can do Is to come from distant state to bear testimony in your presence to the national charac ter of your campaign If Demo crat here thinks it concerns but this state whether one or another is elect ed governor let me say to him thjat the influence Qf your election silI reach to the very borders of the landt for we approach national can paign all the things that precede give indication as to the result of that campaign and as the Democrats Re joiced at the election in Oklahoma be cause inJicated trend of public sentiment toward Democracy great victory for ouj state ticket Contmued on page CALL fOR ELECTION L STATE OF K NTUCKYr W WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyCourtThis day came T Miller and filed petition with twenty legal voters 6f the Willisburg precinct No3 of Wash ingtQn County and moved the court tp regularIstock shall bp allowed to run at large on the public highways in said precinct It is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election will open the and have placed on their bal lots whether not stock shall be dl lowed to run at large on the pUblic 1highwayiilSaid precinct W F BOOKER Clk compliance with the above oiider IIn from the Washington County hereby notify the voters of Willisburg Precinct No3 ot Washington County that the polls will be open on the next regular November election day 1907 for tne purpose of voting in said precinct to Whether ock shall run at large on the public high way in said Willisburc iirecmct No Osborne SW CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set Regular term of Washington County Cirt Aug 1907 came HJ R Thompson and filedXpetition with twenty legal voters of th Springfield precinct No of Washington County and moved the court to ibld an election at the next regular N ember election 1907 to take the vope in said precinct whether- or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the pUDlu highway in said precinct It is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers said election will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on thVpUblic highway in said precinct Copy Attest W F BOER Clk In compliance with the abborder given from the Washington ounty Court hereby notify the voters Of Springfield precinct No8 of Washing ton County that the pulls will be op non the next regular November electio day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether on not stock shall run at large on the public high way in said Springfield precinct No Osborne W N r Checkering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros SterlingSchubert Arm- strong1 lilarshaU Wendell Foster Cof H- SohmerCeciliani FarrandCecilian aiicf the Autopiano J The Cecilian A player thaan be attached to any make piano Iri order to demonstrate to you that we hayetherjght Pianos at the right price we will place ia piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it wef will take it out and the trial will not cost you cent tS r 0 It a a a I if I ra a is it is is b ja I i n is as j it is cr it a a If is f is It a a I I I I as as I y w w w w w w w y I I I I a ai y as a it a so a n 7 J a or I as or s B J S G r IS 8 t I 8 J S S C f s t r i a ww wwtIJUI55IUIL- CALL fOR ELEaiONl STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON CC IJNTY Scfcj CotintyCourt + This day came J G Howell and fiJeU Qfthetojo1dNovember election 1907 to take thevote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large precinctItopenthealTowed precinctCopy BOOKER ak in compliance with the above order given from the Washington County votersofMackvilleton County that the polls will be Open electiondaysaid precinct as to whether or not stock hIw J S Osborne S WC CALLPOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Scf CQuntyCourtThis day came A ii Litsey and filed a petition with twenty legal voters of the Kelly Shop precinct No 1IorWashington County and moved the court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1907 to take the vote in said precinct whether atlargethatthewillopen the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock sMall publieCopyAttest vl F BOOKER Clk In compliance with the above order CountyCourt Washington 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 grecinct CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNiY Sct WasQingtonC9untyCou This day came James Wall and filed a petition with twenty legal voters bt ofWashingtoncourt to hold an election at the next totakeatlargecinct It is therefore ordered that the sheriff and officers of said election will theirballotspublichIghwayCopy Attest WF BOOKER Glk In compliance with the above order CountyCourtsprecinct No2 6f Washing oponn day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock s I run large on the public highway n said 2j1j t i j 1 o L II 1 f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23r 907 7 r il LI I S PEe A L SHOWING Or I I Attract five PALL Goods I I AT CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN d CO I Deeply Interested Contini m page Kentucky will gladden the hearts cjf millions of Democrats fr it will pre age a victory in Kentucky for Demo rgavthen make the majority larger fo Hager and his ticket this fall h And my friends the election SlgnlflIcracy In your state legislature like a victory for your state ticket would be an inspiration to Democrats elsewhere but it would be mor than tijiat would send to the j Unlt ItIStates senate a Democrat we need Democrats there We- net only need Democrats there but we cannot afford to lose any of the Democrats t atwo have Today two Democrats represQnt in the TJnited States senate tIt the Republicans carried this state would fiendji Republicim as sucl t cessQtf to Senator McCtear and my friends Tf a Republican went there in the place of that pemobrat then your state instead of presenting two votes in favor of reform w ld have a Republican senator nullifying the vote of the Democratic senator and J your state wouM be a cipheron these questions The senate is today the weak point Wei need reform but no remedial legislation of a national character is possible until the meas Ilire passes the senate as wfcll as the house You might hive a Democratic I president and a Democratic house of Tcpresentatives anxious to relieve the burdens upon the people and the pre 5Ideilt may be ready to signj the bill bijit if the senate stands between them relief is impossible and mv friends I leg you to BO cast votesa to insure a D Democratic legislature forth t will insure the eectiOJ1of Gov ernor Be kharo to the United States senate Now I have given yOu IiJy reason for being here I th interested in national politics I Ibare boon for many years and shall be until I die My great desire is to see these re forms for which I in cOp1 any wit i other Democrats have been fightIn- I realized for I believe they 4lhlbritig- T blessings untold to the Mti1can peo ple and I come from a distant state- to give you what assistance I can because I am interested in these ques thanjt r Democrats I know of no reason atr have to make me anxious for reform that ought not tp make you j IQthing Oir policy isi to make short profits and long friends Aidnow with new fal and winter stocks fresh and full we offe to those who want the wellqas in value the Finest ReadytoWear t tClothIng Fhe HART SGHAFFNER MARX SUITS a- tS5t iAn 0 Those of Modest Yleans r j Our Special Line at 21oThey are CasstmeresScotches and orsteads single and dow blebn iasted neat and fancy patterns and plain blacks 1111Iyou can I can live under bad govern cutF as well as you can live I can rIde trfu i children no matter vhat party is in Rower and I can leave them all that it is good for them to have left to them I have no ft vors to ask of anyone but my frien is I want to leave my children some hing better than nioney Money may take the wings of the morning anc fly away I want to leave them some thinK more Hduring than per oHfil property or teal estate I waii t to leave them ia government that will protect them jh the enjoyment of U e and liberty a rin the pursuit of jpfap piness Thatj is the richest lacy that father can Ie vethe child But there is no more reaso w ly I should leave my children good gpv eVnment than that you should I ave your children good government and there is no nltpre reasonwhy T shuld fight for Democracy thai there is that you should fight forDemocracy My Interest is not dueyio the fact th it I have been a candidate for High of Ice My interest IS tipL due to the fact hat II may be a candidate for high o TOsta the future for office is but am in cident of my life and there are things which coiuedi ime more I have ever wanted offlqe merely to hold qfjice for I have long since learned my place In history will notbe deter in ed by what people do fosf me but bY what I can dq for my people t have said this much BeJ cause wanted to impress upon your minds that you ought t be as much interested as am In this figHt and now Demo crats if will come from Ne braska at my own expense tb help you W iha victory in Kenr tucky for Democracy cant ypul go from your homes to ypin polls on ejection d yanddo your part 9ardwinring thatj victory What excuse catvyou give your conscience or yQuri neighbors ifon election remain aWajf from the pollsj What excus can you give to y ur conscience or our cjountryJjMjy nr4 neglect of yMirs these priricfp ep which you hold dear aredefeated and simply througl your failure toI hi what you canJs it not worth you rndobors to join w th you to ni key ur majority larger nov than ever rae foreV J understand that you have scjig a majority down here that jou get up inthe norning and tl en hjiar that the country has gone RieViublidan you cannot understand how fcny pkrt of the country could go RfpubUc n as there are so many Democrats in thfs county but iny strarige as it may seeing there ar many DCO tl I vl I t t r Novel iesin Dress Goods Plain and Plaid road Cloths Plain and Plaid Mohairs Plain and Plaid Serges Black Voile JBlack San Toy Black Mohair Black Serge Black Broad Cloth Black Shark Skin A GREAT VAKIETY OF PLAIN AND PLAID SILK WAISTINGS 0 A large stock of Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats r AT Merls fine Shoes W L 350 and 5 00 fOR Cos fine Shoes for to 400- G andE Shoe CJos school Shoes for Boys and Misses of Full line of Rubbers I l W n pie in many parts or tnis country and people who look much like you who have not the political information and the political that you show on election day and these peo pleby a strange perverseness of fate vote the ticket And I happen to live in one of those com munities where a majority of the peg pie do not seem to understand puNic questions ani whenever there is a campaign on hand we generally have a meeting in the cky of Lincoln and 1 make a speech to my and try to selz them as brands from the burning and bring them within the foldof the elect and last fall when the time came for that meeting I announced that my subject vffould be Dreams We had had Senator there and he had pub cant speech dint- lj speech he told them that while 1 Was av very nice man and while he thought a great deal of nie that I was nipt a doer of things but just adream ep and that whileI dreamed the pres ident was doing things and it was In the paper and r read it hut IIdid not think much of it I didnt pay attention tp it butin a few days I read in the paper that Cummings of Iowa had made a speech aid called me a dreamer When iI shw that a second one had called me a fdreamer I salt up land took notice arid in a few d Y8Tread that Gover nor Harily had oalledl mea dreamer + tiree of them It began to look seri jyiord a i gainst torur great men and so a ead of denying it J decided to and justify it and I began to 1on the subject of dreams I t ought 1 would post myself and find ont whatI really was or whether it was thing or not and I foand7 to my surprise that the eubjeot el rdr ams was really quite a subject aierall and that there had been before I went to the Bible J Were I always go when I am hi tfou i I have never found a book truth in it as th Bible a nsand I dont know of any w1ere truth is more beautifully ex pissed and l looked in the Bible to sctb if I could find anything about the dr earner and I found that ther Vere in the Bible and that the mst prominent one was Jo and b cause Josephs brothers called him a id not like his d They plot t lie was sent bit brethren who haxl their flocks in Dothan they said llfere cbmes the dreamer let us put him away and be done with him But finally they decided that Instead of killing him they would just put him dqwn in a nit and let the fpthfir be t I 1 o + l iF r Cloaks OUtlineof Cloaks have are now on display Come n before the large line is picked over and we are suite WP can please you Wpmens 50 inch Cloak in Black Brown and Castors ranging m prices from to 2500 25 PERCENTOFF and af low Prices t 3OO Curtains Lacej PRICES SHOES Douglass3 S- 4Floersheins HeavyWinter LADIES- KrippendorfDittman Women300 intelligence Republican Republican neighbors Bveridge deaR pointed Governor Speakert1 IiiI adisgraceful 1dia5nerr 4ThuCh Wltrh dibamers freamerandtheld turiredand bi5O Winter Underwearr Comforts Blankets SPECIAL CARPEts Rugs and Mattings Axministers th125 fortiOV- lvets worth 115 for 95c Tapestries worth 90c lor 70c Ingrains 35 5065c Hugs ranging from 50c to 400 Room Rugs from 900 to 1800 LJ Mattings from 12fta35c Kentucky J 1 lieve that tiehadheen kt1l dJsome Vay by a wild beast Then some mer chants came along and they took Joseph out of the pit and sold him and sent him down into Egypt and then they congratulated themselves and said Now we are rid of the dreamer and things went along for awhile until they had almost forgotten Joseph and then there came a famine and they had to go down into Egypt and buy corn and when they got to Egpt there they found the dreamer and he bad the porn anti so my friends I made up my mind it was not so bad tq be a dreamer provided you have the corn and in that speech L proceeded to show publicans how the Democratic partyII had been dreaming and how th the corn and were prepared to satisfy all political needs The more i thought on thissubjeci the less willing I was to class myself with the dreamers for it was too high and honored for me The dreamer why he is a great man JohnBoyle OReilly says that the dreamer lives forever while the toiler di sin a d Asl went from nation to na tionin traveling through Eu rope I found that everywhere the ideas of Jfffe rso had been conveyed and that veryWhere they were planted and were growing When J left home was proud offJc Democratic party that be Ionge toa pty that was es sentiajlly oldbut hen got hack prom rTxy trip around the world was prouder still for this old mocratictparty that Jefferson founded is not only a century old but it is 25OqO mlles vyfde I am proud of Jeffersons work Of all tho oronstructivel Slat SllInIn tlt i worlds history he is the greatest and my friends when the names that Repuoliqaris love to qtewliit- he n mjes are forgotten little chl dri will lisp the name of Jeffersda aiid freemen will stand up and praise the one who taught therii to know a freemans rights and fight for them And now Democrats let me ask you a quest on If a Republican pres id tit can win popularity ly spasmed ically and sporadically dIng something Demo 3raUC what would be the popularity f a Democrati president- yho was consistently and persistently Democratic an all questions Isnt this a bad t me for a Democrat to become discouraged Never since r have known politics have we had so much to encourage us In this 3ltlte you have by organization amo ghe farmers been able to protect yourselves to some extent from the greed of one great monop oly but Instead of feeling satisfied at the great success that has come to your orcaulzation I bid you have sbiue IjtY ff rfeeling for tnose wno rare mt so situated that they can protect them Selves as you have been able to protect ourse1ves not learned something of what a monopoly is and are you not ready noy1 to join with us to lay the ax at th root of the tree and instead of saying as Secretary Taft said that there are good trusts and bad trustsare you not ready to say with us that God never made a man good enough to stand at the heath of a private monopoly and control the price of what people had to use Is Itnot tlm6 that ye seriously take dp this question and put the Ameicah government back upon its old foundation and make it again a government of the people by the peo ple and for the people Are you not ready to enlist in this contest I have been fighting for this principle now seventeen years and I ask fbr nothing better than 1 might continue this fight until God calls me from my earthly labors Are you wiling to enlist not for three months or six months or a year are you willing to enlist for this War until justice shall triumph and our nation shall be relieved While next year the fight will be tin a larger field and the stakes will be greater now in this fight you are on the skirmish line and if you will but give us a splendid victory for Hagar and his associates we shall rejoice with you and if you will give us a legislature that elects Beckham our rejoicing win be doubly great and I hope that w ven the poll arc closed and the vote Ms counted you will have such a victory irf Kentucky thatIcan hear your shouts all the way to Nebraska tnd then when we hear them we will be so glad that we will shout so lend that you carl hear them in Kentuck HOW to Promote a Childs Appetite tlo promote n childs appetite give it plenty of outdoor exercise Make its hiiblts regular and give it nothing but pliiin wholesome food Rich cakes I pickles condiments and made dishes irnot fit for children and Indulgence will spoil the appetite for pljiinly cooked food A warm bath nn ounce of sea salt is almost as re tfuj as n nap Let the child paddle in the water until it cools and dry WhoOPIinCl1dn but not much at a time should be given Vomiting often is a serious complication in this disease but how e6r unwilling a child may be tto take food lie must be made to do so in order to keep up his strength If tlie vomiting be severe solids are better than food Iua liquid form The teeth should bo cleaned all oven Cleansing the mouth should be practiced after every meal and the child will havestrong teeth l 1 t + 1 1- Q1SffOE AijI f Th Chic Dull Velvet Calf Button Dcot Neat Sl1 g 1Narrow Toe A I t 8- i F Style Shape Service and Corn fort are built into each Florsheim Sh eThe best and most expen sive materials the most scientific workman are employed that is whythe Florsheim is a good shoe 8500b CunninghamDuncan Co Springfield F OR AGENTSAN OPPORTUNITY f The Old World And Its Ways By William Jennings BryW SSTNOAV READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Superh5Ingrayingsfrom J taken by Col Bryan Recounts his trip around the world and his visits to all nations The great est book of travel eyer written The most successful book of this generation 25000 called for m 90 days Write us for sample reoorts of first 80 agents agerlThe Send fifty cents to cover cost of mail ing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING COr St Louis Mo Stomach Muscles inOldAge People should be more and more care fiji as age advances to see that their bowels move In this way they can keep themselves in health and prolong lifq The bowels are not ds ac tive in middlelife and old age as they are in youth and with the majority there is a tendency to constipation of a chronic and obstinate natureITo ward off the possibility of serious dise4ses use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep It compouncLispIe because it Is prompt bucgentle in action and does its work without or weakening as Is the case with sats purgative waters anti cathartic tablets These shonid not be used by children women old folks or weakvpebple be cause they are too violent in action and generally gripe Furthermore the resUlts are temporary as reaction sets In and the bowels are bound upSmore than ever A remedy like Dr Cal1weUs Svrup Pepsin la very gentle in action and yet thoroughly effec tive and iS it contains tonic properties itstrengthens the system instead of weakening it Theresults are permanent because gradual and many can in a short time do away with the use of all laxatives It will cure the most chronis constipatipn dyspepsia liver trouble bilious ness flatulency sour stomacK weak stomachbloating drowsiness after eating and such other stomach liver and bowel troubles To prove hc7 effective it is in serious cseaSthe experience of Mr Armstrong of Decatur ifW 4 tin paralysis of the bowels and be has had ever since to use a laxative He sayshe never found anything so effective or which worked so near to nature as Dr caldw ellS Syrup Pepsin Try it and you will say the same The price isScents or 81 a bottle at any druggist F BEE TESTisilnrte try brOtMr bi faefsre INY Ing can have a free wmpte bottle sent to tne4c Jwa by addres ng the company This offer is to preve UwtHw io remedy will do as claim and Is only open to theM who have never taken It Send for It If you have lIlY symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlect yet most effective laxative for children wwMn art tM folks A guaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBUO No Laxative So GeodalKf Sort nOR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This predHCt bears purity guarantee No 17 Washington 0 C PEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell BIdg HentI0 H III RED CROSS DRUG STORE Subscribe for The Sun LOQl rr11 1 A 0 F 8 J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1907 j I JIEWS iwr FRpNi LC IVb riI atpKfrWesley Ghape Happy Bifthday Dinner 4 t rjght of the 2nd tiarQp q ass sted by RevBjTFIul 2ery of King wood Ky began a meet ink with th e Wesley Chapel church which xiontir tied eighteen days Eight tw re added to the church and some twenty converted reclaimed otisancti fled This i the best meeting the church has had for years and the j rchurch and community were greatly tenefitted Jro Flanery is a warm hearted earl est preacher and seems to l Be familiar with the ubjeet in hand and speaks with free om and power After hearii g him one would rightly conclude he was a man of prayer and r livted Hvclbse communion and fellowship with his Lori Earring three sermons f tWo of whi ti were preached by Rev 3X W Roberts Presiding Elder of IIISunday eve ing He and some of his brjethrenlwil attend the Holiness union which will neet in Louisville on the fevenin of the 22 and continue five days but ill be back in time to fill Bro Walker s pulpit at Mackville next Sunday anc in connection with the pastor and church will begin a pro tract d meeting at Antioch nextSun day night JMr Joe bottom of near Stewart died on las Sunday evening of lung trouble in he triumph of a Christian hope He haves awife and four chil drjen and ma ly relatives to mourn their loss His f ineral was preached next day at Deep Creek churchof which heI was a mem ler W the bereaved ones w extend 01 sympathy We recently received a long letter from our ol friendand neighbor Mr Harve Laws Dn His many friends will be glad to know he is enjoying good health He loves to remember and i interested i i his old friends he left be hind is a egular reader of The Sun and expects to remain in Texas but is not satisfie with the reilgious condi tton of his mominatiohBaptist which is badly di ided into a Convention rIj board part and Church party There are no people in the world that will 11whenyeThe child reh fMr Jim Milburn planned a j urprise birthday dinner for their lathe and sure esough on the morning of tthe 18th each camevvith a basket of g pd things prepared forthe occasion When the noon hour had come the table was set under a large spreading ree that stood in the front Yard Whei dinner was announced we gathered af und with thertentral figure r of the occa ion at the head and his life idng comp rl1oif at the foot of the table which was laden with good things that satisf r the wants of the physical man Sixty one large and small feasted around the table board that day All of his children werepresent and but three of h s grandchildren absent but in that hap py throng we saw some va cant chairs and forms and voice that were once familiar we failed tosee and hear for de th had invaded as it so of ten does he sacredtprecinctspf the hbme and claimed its own but such is life The leeting hours were spent in social inter oure the evening sun cast his sfantin f rays over the tall sombre hills throwing tall shadows over the peaceful sc ne which reminded us that we must I id each other goodbye and go to pur omes which we did feeling the day ha I been pleasant one Mr Milburn w is born in the Logan hills which wen then covered with aheavy fprest Gfwhat is known as the Jim Mi burn fa m near the Pleasant Hill church M non county back in33k so Ithe record in tne old family bible says but he has good reason to believe that he saw th light of day just the year earlier I obert Milburn his grand father wa of Englisn decent and came from that ijpuntry in the long ago set tied on the Beech Fork South of thp little tow of Texas The place va afterwards known as Milburns old mill Head his second wife and was 1 the father of twenty four children 1111 Milburn ha been a life long Democrat yQting out of his district only once and that in 1J 63 ison of those old time honest far mers reared up under the dispensatio i of our fathers when men and wome i had big hearts and honest ILouis in the morning afterthe first heavy fros when the suii had warmed the cool atmosphere we observed an unusual Jiu nber of large dark red but terflies cal ed by naturalists Bramwell Beauty all going in a Southern direc tion We lad often seen them migrat ing at th s season but never in such large nun bers so we began to count In five mix utes seventy of these beaut- Ies passed a given point 100 yards away If his flight was many miles in breath and continued fori eveii one hour what vast numbers mu t have passed From wher ce they came no one knowst whither go ng no one can tell and they possess no small power of wing but iI tIte d eight miles per hour As we w these erj iblems of beauty go byTwe thought of thor butterflies of faShIon that orid so oft n meets whose display charms hut for moment then passes on to bj admired By others in their gaudv bu brief how There are sonje 5000 or more pecies of birfterflies some of which are found in almost every nook and corner of the glolje Even ithjs short summers ojf Green 4Tj 0SJndand ntribsbergen c te to this lam Iyangn the slopes of Chim Ibatjazo iiiuui tauib at ctn uiuvauuu of oyer 16iiOO feetl these little beauties are found t 1i Not only do insect but some of bur eathered friend tell Us as plainly as the ale der O iijpiiiiumtimr that vyin ter is n ar Ab utthe eighth of this month the swallows fail to come to bur chimney the tariiiliar Martin and Pe Hkve long since left for their Southern home It e blue bird still lin gers beting ancfmetlrnes stays all winter We sawhim only the other day All these wjsth the brown fields tell us Dlamiy thkt winter is here Then tco last Saturday Mr Willie Carpenter saw a lckof some thirty five wIl ti th in the ether blue an I withoutitichart or com ss these loiiely wandfrers were pursuing their way to some sunny clime No Play Excels It L 9fMontenoted a tor of tb e tar part Jecause it shows his rtisticandfworkas are sult of h s succesfut tqurs in the g eat play w iie atth Springfield Opera House Thursday night Oct 24urtder the diretionf of FId G GonradT who was ass ciated witjr Mr Lewie in hi4 presentation pf Dumas peeVless romance There hav4 been very feiv if any bettr Counts of Monte Cristo than William Lewie arid the brilliant role as he play d it should reveal to the audience all the Yowerjof the part iMr Conrad has providd n excellent qoni pany an d an unusually complete equipment o sceneryviontoCristo in Mr Ljevles mind Was a man vho sought vengeance but did not allovv the fac to escape him that a bijtttal indulgerce of the passion of jealdusly undermiies the moral force andjder trdcting from the nobility of the heros character r destroys or tends to dei stroy t he sympathy of the audiebce lIJL vIes clear dramatic vision is shown in this fact and this is the secret of the emarkabl success of his own mannerl of presenting the great play There is another reason why Lewies ort eption of the as well as his v ew of the drama as a whole is apt to result in a finer and deeper jm undertJess1sincere highmiI1dedtho t brain id rIght ambitIon into heIr achIeye ients He cannot runderstand the cla ms of the readymade tars foisted y managers or their newspaper representatives with more confidence in adv rtising than care about ab lity upon th j unsuspecting public he Price pf Health The price of health in a mala Ions aboxwrites Ella Slayton of Noland krk New L fe Pills cleanse gently arul im part n W lite and vigot to the sys em laydonRATHERS CREEK Mr E uter Shewmaker and famiiy and Mr R M the pIeas ant gue ts of Mateswere Mrs Shew maker near M urda and Sunday L rJ imes SmocK andwife of Bat tie WPi h family of Mr IGeo Ba rkerSundti Mr d ilbert Hatcnett of Short Line was thrugh this septionlast veek Mr F T Best Mr Will Kimber in and Mr James Best aidand far ily and Ida Coyle irere pleasan guests bf family of G H Christe son Sunday Youricorrespbndeit had ah invitation tp a b g birthday dinner over in Ilpyle county last1 Tuesday but ppuldnb o I want to thank Mr Cocanoughe for the im itation and was sorry tat I couldnt attend We rant to say to thd reade rs of The Si iithat wwant to be more prompt in our Testers than we tiave been he etofore f I w rid be very lad as atcorra pon dent t see as ma y of thecorrespon dents letters in The Sun as we once had hat has become of all of jyou 1 wour be glad if all of you would come ack and le t us make The Sun shine blighter thane ever did I have talked with Mr Gore several times and he clains that the correspondents ate the iifs pf hrs pipsr so com oqan your letters will a1ssaysbepninted Public Speaking T S Mayesand J Morgan Chinn Mackville Tuesday night Oct 29 at 70 clock Texas Wed sday night Oct 30 at 7 oclock Hon W C McOhord Hon W C McChord will address the voters at the following times and places Polint Thursday Oet24at2 oclock Mooresville Friday Oct 25 at 6p m Mclhtre Saturday Oct 26 at 2 oclock SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN 1 WM Hardin Fenwick has for sale twentyfive stock shoats averaging about 50 pounds Having moved to Illinois Jiave for sale 2000 sticks nice tobacco at the home of my father Sidney Perkins- Mtckyilie R KNo 1 W E Leachman hasfor sale one 3 yearold black horse that a woman or child can drive Sound as a dollar J R Walker Rt 1 has for sale sorne nice seed wheat G T Clements Rt i has for sale two spans exttra good workmules J E Derringer Rt t lias for sale 1000 cedar post 20c a pjece NEW SHORT STORIES A Little Sermon Bishop Thomas Bowinnn on the re cent celebration at Orange of his nine tieth birthday spoke wisely of reIF gious toleration The older one grows said the fa mous Methodist bishop the more one disregards the little unimportant use less thhigs that separate one denom from another One fixes ones inindTOU the treat things that bind all dbuomluntiois together And they who neglecting the great things neg lectlng chi tjr and uprightuess and honor wrangle oyer small denomina tional iiffereuces seem to rth Md mali as absurd as the Taoist and tie Shin toist f Pe haps you know the story uA Pjioist Ithhlb4t was a Tnoist tjIsttOISoIto his assistance Oa brother cried the Shintoist gootlITha Taot was paddling about in the dirk down below uptojhls chin In the icy1 water i1atnofuBS f HE PEERED day the day oVE1ToUmOUSLYj true believers to the Aghast the Shintoist poured down prayers and arguments into tIe well but praying and arguments aiIke were lao1stThchis fate departed sadly shakfng his head ut the sound of the grunts puffs and efllasbes which ascended from the blackness far belpw The next morning the Shlntolbt re turned to the welL He eredtover curiously Yes tbas still there The5 noise of his struggles still rose up 4FlO brother shouted thej Shintoist Is nfl well with you 4All is well replied the Taoist in very weak I pray you brother fetch at once shocked The tbafladder his hands In Fetch a ladder today he cried Heaven forbid Dont you know that this Is Wednesday the ShlntoIst Sab bath l Sp saying tile Shintoist departed leaving the Taoist blowing and splash ing liv the w JUj Ci 00 L L 0- Knowing Mis Knowlton By MARSHALL LEONARD Copyright 1907 by William Darcy p It seethed to Travers that life rejall7 begun for him wbenbecame to LeisteR to superintend the building of the ilec iric works foruntilttienflfe bad iieeu Uneventful fwd he bud hot icuown orf Ada Kiiowlton Even now be merely knew of ibei for TravQcs was not u IadI smanJHe- was too terribly in earnest to shine in society and though he bad heeD In LGster r nearly two mont is bf seem EerysU1111awhere be puld watch tbe choir where Ada sang the stained glass forming a background fol the shapely gddcn bead The Rev Josiah H urn ford watch ed approvingly the expression of rapt interest that was upon Travers ate all through the sermon He could not notice that the keen blue eyes of the young contractor were upon tbe cflvoir rather than upon the pulpit and ho felt gratified that he should hold bis auditor so well So it happened that the Rev Josiah topped at the new factory one nlorn lug and extended an invitutipn to Truvers to join a church picnic the following week ult Is almost a family affajr be ex plained us Jimmies hand rent down Into bis trousers pdcket 1 am not selling tickets It ispurelyby invita tion and only for the members bfj tbe Sunday school lint thought that per hap you might like to meet some of the young people ansi get acquainted Jiiiimy beamed upon tbe kindly old wan as be thought pf Ada Kuowltou and accepted the Invitation with an ef fnsiv ness that caused tbe minister to wonder at certain comments ibe hud heard regarding the uusoclabilliy of the newcomer He isj most cordial he told his wifeilIum sure that be needs only to get acquainted to be a decided addition to our little society lam sorry that I did not lodk hliki up earlier Tra ers echoed the same entiuentI ias be weut about bis work I 4 DONTMOyESAtD A GENTLE VOl EJrl the picnic he should meet liiss Kjowl toii and meeting Miss Knowltoi alinost become an obsession with himI He eThnhed over the stagings and plat forms ithn light heart as be lit a gin ed the miuincr In which tbyy sionld ducIodIover aim one pf those sufcmy smiles that al most seemed o be hei habitual e prcs slon and they would go walking to gether in the leafy stitfde and ceneIuntila complication at the factory and It was after 11 when Travers finally got away He ostbls way vtrylrg to drive out io alivery buggy rind when at last be cane to the lake Inocli yns over and the merrymaker bacl scattered through the woods 1 The minister 4ind bis wife lujsed that he havf something to eatj rand then moth rl Mrs Uumfofd took him In charge and introduced him to ievery One In sight but Ada Knowltbn1 was nowhere to be seen He made himself agreeable to tbfi other but his eyes continually sought sight of the pink dress and gpldeu bend that had been the attraction He had seen them drive past on their way to the lake thud be had carefully noted the dress but not a glimpse of It did he get until well along In tbe after noon Here and there the surface ot the lake wiis dotted with small boatand canoes ondin oneot the latter IIP saw the flash pf pink that seem d to cpmmunlcate Its color to his face Miss Knowltom and atone And she was paddllngin to the landing With assumed carelessness hie dl rected his steps toward the tiny wharf to which the boats were tIed He would be on hand to assist her from the canoe and perhaps after hehad introduced hlhiselft there might be a chance for the walk after all He had just renc ltd the dock and the frail craft was bat twenty yards j L away when smdone called to Jh navigator and she turned to respond with a wave of her paddle AS she did so tie canoe tipped over and she was the water IVhlte witb holrror Travers stripped coat land his low shoes and dived to her ms istance He was splendid swimmer and bis heart beat as he thought of the opportunity lhut1jndLe n bffered bUD Then Something loomed lrk abOve his bead There was u shock and Jill became black It was half ijj hour in rtbnt Travers opened his eyes again and JooUd up into Ada Kuowl blmfWltl pain JjiQd he was conscious that It wof done up in bandages Dont move jmidn gentle voice You will be ILriht in a Jew moments You were struck on the bead by the canoe You were the rescued instead of the rescuer ip ughe J Dr Pyfrom Miss K nowl ton brought you to shore am so sorry she said bending oerj yas pushing the boat in froue of me and did not notice that any one had dived dfter me should have been mor careful but never supposed that any one would imagine that 1 was hi danger You seexplained the doctor the lake is only three or four feet deep and when we spill out we just walk ashore And I like an ass didnt know that murmured jrn ers I only saw tba Miss kuoujltou bad gone over board and 1 did riot know but what she might he in trouble Sue seemed to be struggling That was lily skirt explained the girl Ir cauubt in the gunwale and I bad to detach it before I tould find my footing guess thats about explanation enough put In the pbyslcjam l dont want loljave you owe down with a cold on top of a cut scalp I guess youd better drive Into town Miss Kuowltou needs to go too She is soak ed Do you tbink you can handle your horse Im all right now declared Trav ers risingto his feet with the doctors aid The crowd uielted away and Dr Pyfrom and tbe minister led him to his buggy Miss Knowlton climbed In aft er him and they started off I suppose said Travers as they cleared the grove you must think tbaf I am lacking in courtesy in not thanking you for saving my life but I am so upset You ought to scdld me for injuring you sbe declared It wasvery awk ward of me You couldnt know that I was going to swim out to you he reminded I think I should apologize for being In the lake at nIl The girls laugh rang out at the s g- geStloulm rutber glad that you were there she said though am nevcrImiudedrI dont suppose that you can claim a gold medal for life saving dont want a reward she insisted You should be entitled to tbe toward If any one was because you did nOt realize that a rescue was not dangerous I am sufficiently rewarded in that I kuow 3 ube d clared I have been wanting to meet you for some time Miss Knowlton Jblusbed and changed the subject She couTd not admit that she too had felt tin interest but In her heart she was glad that they knew uach other anc when Traverstook ad vantjage of his unconventional intro Juction to call frequently it was not ong before she consented to reward aim with her bund in the conventional fashion decreed vcdstomr Its such a sboft courtship abe aid but r feel that I buve known Pii for years i fIt all depends upOn the intro luc ion said Travers smilingly Bless bat boat- Everybody Has Met Him The melancholy man looked more ban usually downcastso depressed In fact that one of his acquaintances vas rash enough to ask him what waS ibe matter Oh everything replied the melan hOly man Market been againstyoui- Noo not exactly was the re joindervbut rtn considerably worried over what may happen next week Sitkness at home u Nit yet replied the melancholy man though Im afraid that Im get ting ready for my regular touch of ycarIo as as be could summon up under the circum stances see Some one of your friends lsiu trouble and Its pneylpg on your mind Friends sniffed the qielanchdly man Mtich good It wonUl otiiy friends if I gave them advIce Think of them OT course r do but for all the benefit they derive from what I tell them might as well n yer give tnem any thoughts afnll Well In thunder Is It asked the other coming back to first prin ciplesS0h eyerythlng repljed the melan choIman as he despondently turned awaYNew Yorjj Press Vbsdorr of Dorothy Dorothy does not rellsb belnp left alone togo to sleep One nlgbt after she Is ttcked ID b dby her mother who tbeo leaves ber she calls tp ier lather an1 asks If be Jsnt coming to Sed attr lie finishes his dinner Yes nrgo to bed as soon asmy dinner digestV All right upstairs now Your ilinner will digest upstairs justas well RS down argues the young hppelful Judges Library i ir FarmFor Sale- I r have decided to sell my farm situated between bo and FenwlckIone mile from piketon i and containing too acres Farm is w ll watered well fenced and mostly in s Thirty ares 0f good tobacco land Farm Has on it good dwelling barn and all necessary outbuild J 1 ings also an excellent young or chard Good well in yard F rm is close to schoob and church andin excellent cpm mHultYFarm will be sold on good easy payments For further particulars call on or write to W I HARDIN Fenwick Ky Public Sate House and lot Horses Vehicles Harness Etc SATURDAY October 26 AT 130 OCLOCK PM r 1 will on the aboye date offer at public sale to the highest bidder my House and Lot in Lforrses some vehicles and a lot of harness Dr7J B RoBards Blind Mans Buff In the Woods Willie Rabbit This Is Johnny Hedge hog I caiii tell him by his quills Comic Cuts His Idea of IC Miss Froufrou What is your notion of an Ideal home Acton Rounder One containing a wife who doesnT expect you tostay at it Buck iNd Harm Done Green if heir you drew a gUll in Blanks satopn last night What was the trouble 1 BrownOhno oubleat alU I drew it at a ruffle tetrolt Tribune 1 Failed In Her Mission So her foreign trip was riot a success 1 IOh dear no Why he didnt even become engaged to a man with av title and a bad recordIChIcago Post i I f SThe Very Best Tell me Said tbe ambitious young man what dp you cpnsWer the best foundation for success In business Rocks promptly replied the wise old merchant Philadelphia Press Cannot Agree Say Hugo dont you get punished at homeS when ypulre naughty u Nope Papa and mamma are both lawyers and they cant agree on the punlshmerif Fliegende Blatter A Saving Grace liIOren ecant understand V Wliy Ethel mal led lAfi rSftncnn He Is old enough to be her father LawrenceYes but he Is rich enough to be her husband Judge Eloquence In Demand There may he said e eloquence iuakiss Yes she replledu How silent you i re this ve 1i1gchlcago Recpjrd herald Natures Management J There is no way Is there to keep wrinkles from showing now can there be when wrinklea are headllners Baltimpre American Almost Finished Mpther calling upstairs Hurry Tommy Have you got your shoes on Tommy Yes maam all but one Womans Home Companion tHe Knew Teacher of Elementary Physiology Willie what fastens my heid tio 7H body 1 M t WillieRubberPvck lr i l