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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti i f t r 12 V t Ijf4t i i l I LT tI prin11itbt W- l t I tji fJfc i t Ll DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY Jr t H L VjJVOLUME III J i V SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 1907 v TY The iollowhig is from the News Leader of October 17 IiI bet the machine triumph and itS jtwirbeIts practices will no longer bp con- 1ned c to cities but counties will feel its clutches IA little leaven leaveneth the whole lump Already we haVe witnessed its invasion of Washington ounty The action of the Democratic county committee was final whenit nominated Gore and nIother candidates werebarred U tWhether fom policy or from nat ural causes the two local Democratic nominees seem toi have ideas s to ho v a campaign differentJ should be maTe One mr much speaking the other in mUch silence c erence is made morIinteresting bj the fact that the one speaking now has en1 v for the past dozen years atl st very still while the one who is now silent has in tie past been most ac tive in speaking out through his pa perOicours j this is a matter that concerns thes gentlemen but they certainly can not t to oar specu lating upon thi singular phenomenon or wonderingjas to its meaning It friay If so what this hidden design The editor of a Dem t Iocratle paper ought to have some thing more tc offer its patrons in a t fight like this than extracts carefulIly culled and studiously other papers legs afraid Is there l1QI political darkr ess for the Suns rays to illumine Or does the Sun prefer darkness to light The scripture it that They that prefer E to light do so because their deeds are evil an lit be that the complir cations are suchas to confound the genial ectltpr f The Sun For in stance itJis generally believed that Beckham would put on the lid that Trimble is for the repeal of Sunday laws and for pen saloons and that Hager is for tnythingtoget votes for they stat d so it is reported that these are their respective posi iions Is the Democratic candidate for Senator for any rtr all hec He is pledged to vote for Beckhanr if elected will he also vote for 1rimble t and Hager in November Or what fdqes the edit r of the Sun think o f Tyler Would he vote for him if he Jived in Louis ille Does he advise temperance D mocrats to vote for Trlmtr who ays that he indorses Tyler Does hi indorse Hager when he says las he is reported to have said at Maysville I am Democrat If the Democratic party is fortemper ance 1am for temperance it for whiskey I am for whisk y What does he think of Hines the wet nurse of this unhappy family Hines the man of the Democrat ic campaignthnes the leader of the whiskey interests in Bowling Green Silence may be sater but there are times when silence de ceives I t I have been shot at but misseS praise the Lord 11 Lreturn the sht = The editor oft e New Le derJ in the above article prI ted inhispaper of Op r tober 17 gIve ome signs of haying iri his possession a bible that precious book given in part to the world yt1if Lowly Nazarine anH His Apostles tht t- wepoor errinf humans might b6 guided paths of righteousness and f xectitude And the edit r of the News Leadet quotes from Hol Writ But it is easily discerned that h i has not yet read the Ten Commandm nts and there is ij thope that The S ms rays can illumine that political darkness that seems L have so oyerwhel ningly enveloped hin and those that ar being led by him THOU SHAL NOT BEAR FALS liTNfiss AGA NST THY NEIGh- BOR That command given by God Al mighty himself 1400 yearsbSfretl coming of the Savior of man and which has thun through the age penetrating the darkest and remotest spots of all the wide world making lighter the burdc nsof the universe and illumining th hearts of mankind r seems to haye had no perceptible effect upon thecons ice pf the editor of the NewsLeader And indeed we piust confess that we haye found one 4ark spot that c yen the rays oft e 5pnn fieldiSuncainbt illumine lid there is so TOW in our heart O- i L t a pang in the soul Ilkeuntqthat of tie snepherdthose shrare S SP sng O Vhere s my Wande l1g Boy JTdnight t When th editor of the NewsLeadtr stated tha ihe action of the CJount Committee was final when it nominal Gore and all otherf candidates weije barredo te either willfully and ma liciously misstated the facts or elje shoVed to tjhe world that he is perfect ly willing tq Pubpsn j statement with Out anj attempt or the least effort t find out wh ther such statement is tru or false v Again we repeat that there is one dark X spot wher the cpringfield Suns aysj can not penetrate and thoseof m- fellowcitizejrzs I who wish to follow such a leader1ive my ro 9 ndest ympa thy L The editor Hhe IvTewsLeader seems much disturbed byer the mariner ir which I am conducting my canvass IJ fact he ISjSO much disturbecV hat he complains tiat I publish only extract carefully cu led and studiqusly s electee Irom other i apers less afraid E ad the editor of tie NewLeader cor tented himself with the publication of careful ly culled aid studiously selected extracts frorniother papers br had pr carefully culed and studiously s jlecte the truth torn the false in the articl he published on October 17 190J hr might not now stand as a beafier o false testi ony against his neighbor The editor 6t the N w L adefweUI knew or c uld easily have knopn if indeed his search lVaSfor lightHbat he is now calling fiprj that the action of theTtJointy Commilttee was not final- and furthermore that the district and not the County Committee nominated me after onij months published notice giving ever Democrat in Washington county an c ppbrtunijby to offer for the nomination The editor of the NewsLeader not satisfied wit false statements concerning my nbmii mtion assumes the f91eofi questioner ai d arrogates to hjni elf the right tot de and of me as to what I think of cei tain men who are candi dates for office in iCntucky2not that he cares ar ything about m ppinion but thatthel might giye vent tb his unkind feeling oward nie Nth Mr Editor othe NewsLead er if you vrere in atty way to be goy iern d in votitig by knowing my opinion on the quel bon of the repeal of the Sunday closing law then I could seem I your question something else than in sincerity 1u sirin the same issue of paper have eclar d your in Itention to t upport dC McChord for Cor mls lOner He is the Democratic ri minee land in the city of Louisville w be oh the same ticket with Tyler imd Trimble and Hager DID you A 3CERTAIN FROM MR MCHORD BEFORE ANNOUNCING FOR HIM AS TO WHAT JHE jTHOUGHTO1 TYLER OR DIDYOU EVER ASK HIM IF jtlE INTENDED TRIMBLEIIf the sofe itness of a man for Office is whetheror othe is for South Trim bleand Hag rwynt you apply it to all candid tes alik How can you make it the ti tst in tme case mid not in Ythe other r fMr Tyler It understand has declared for the repea of the S u law has declared for the opknsaloon on Sundays J dohi belie4there sa man woman or qhil 3 in Washington county except the editor ot thea NewsLeader that would that he did not iknow my pas tionok thismi atk Bfi e purpose of influence ing the editor of the NwsLeaderin the manner in which he shall cast his votebut fOtlie sojepurppse of let 4 4 fffI ting the Suns rays illumine thatone dark political spot the editor of The Sun says that he is not in favor fa repeal of the Siindaylaw that he is not in favor of the saloons being kept open on Sunday IF 1 COULD BELIEVE THAT THERE IS ONE HONEST MAN IN WASHINGTON COUNTY WHO BELIEVES FOR ONE MOMENT THAT I WqtJLDFAYOR THE- ABOLITIONF THE CHRISTIAN SABBATH I SWEAR WITH UPLIF THETHRONE6F WOULD BID MY DEAR ONES F4RE WELL AND HIE MYSELF TO SOME EARTHAI4D MENT OF BLACK SHADOWS FORe EVERMORE Now that the rays of The Sun have penetrated this one dark political spot let the light shine on and let the pow enLightened editor of the NewsLeader ascertain how niy worthy opponent Mr Jarvis stands on this same ques tiohalso let him ascertain how the Republican nominees who stand on the platform adopted in Louisville stand on the same question This ques 3wasice burning issue in Louis vIle e Republican State Con tention was in session and the Republican pXrty was expected to express it self the temporary Chairman Judge Hot declared against the Sunday open saloon and against the desecration of the Christian Sabbath but the perjna nent Ch i martW 0 Bradley and the nominee for Governor Augustus E Willson both residents of he city of Louisville were heard in that Convention and no word of opinion came from either though both knev that the Convention through its platform was as dumb and silent as the ancient Egyp tian Sphynx If the editor of the NjCWsLeader is so much disturbed about the repeal of the SundaY losing Ikw and the keeping of ihe saloons dpen on Sunday in the city rLouisyille why did he notsee to it then that the Convention and its nominees and officers residents Of the city of Louisville giye expression to an opinion on this question Why ciot l tthem let inat least a little ray of light to help The Suns rays to illumine this dark political spot that seems td hang bke a pallarburid this inquistive benighted edit riho is now clamoring for but one brigIt ef fulgent ray from the Sun1 to Illumine the inpenetrable darkness ofthe path in which he treads But my brother Jeditor lam glad that yo are about to arouse from your lethargy that you again show slgns oinewness of life that you ave uwatfemng from that dream or trance that has for thesey many months seemed to have you in its embrace fies wake up now and tell the Republicans of Washington county thajButler Barlow the Republican tianaidate for Representative who has forced himself upon the Republican ticket has no claim uiop the Republican party for its support for the reason that he is not Bits nominee Will the editor of the toidothat he is insincere and inconsistent in his reasons for saying that the Repub jlican candidate for Railroad Commis loner is not entitled to the sup port of the Republican p rty He pays in the Railroad districtthe Com mittee met and refused to nominate thereby virtually endorsing his CC McGhords candidacy in like manner did a Republican convention in Wash ngton cunty meet and refuse to nomi iiate then tOIlOWmg the logipal conclu 4 ion of the editor of the NewsLeader tnd in his language the Republicans + thereby virtually endorsing his W f vMcChords candidacy Are you sincere Mr Editor when you thus re I flounced your support of eRT an candida 5 same breath swear egiance to the ocher when both were nominated practically in the same man- n r In the language of the editor of tije NewsLeader we are led to exclaim jOf course this isa matter that on jitr 4cesrns thesegeiiTnnJbuttheycert- anly can not obj 2ct to our sjtthtt4ng upon this singular phenomenon or w in dernias to itslmeamng It maybe by design If so what is this hidden design The editor of the first page of the NewsiLeader should becomebetter acr quainted with the editor of the secdnd page ajnd at least compare notes before they ko to press again and probably theYc nget a better linre on each other and at least act in harmony m the same issue Tl Let pot your heart be tr bledrd- ear y Editor because C C McCIrd will ba elected IN SPITE OF YOUR laredltorpfwrite soi complirn ntai 9 of the gr at work lorie by C O1cChordas Rap sIidideffoijtso for the people and that he has been able trnet corporate reedwith strict mterpretaticjn of the law and in doing so has incurred corporate eImity you must have not what Mr First Page Editor was doin because MrBFirst Page Editor was tdll + ing SvMt a grea man Hon W 0 Bradley is to preach the Republican doctrine and that Net to Mr Will son Mr Bradley is probably the most conspicuous figure in the present cani p 1t Now Mr Editors of the NewsLea er let the Suns rays again illumine the darkness of the pohtical spot pn whic i you stand and let it tell you and the honest voters of this countythat the great work done byC C McChord was made possible by the passage of tl4e McChord Railroad ratebill without which he could not haVe even asmu4i2- 1Z made an attemptto relieve tjhe furthrthatthat this sanur W 0 Bradley whq is I1QXrtoKentucky vetoed this McChord rail belcome rate enmityWas the fear of this corporate enmity ao great that i caused Governor Bradley to vets th bill In the artiCle oh the se ond page lof your paper you publish an articl from the Louisville Herald fn which it saYs in speaking of the effective worl done by Mr Cl C M Chord Well ethadGovernor of this State Ihe Ra lOaI Rate bill would neveWhave way to the Statutes of Kentucky an Mr M Chord could never have don anything for the people of Kentucky and the Louisville Herald coufd neve have said of himWTeII done good and faithtul eervaht Yet tfie editors tJrll the NewsLeader and the Louisville Herald are both supporting McChord for the work he has done and praising Governor Bradley for trying to keep him from having the right to do it Again in the language of the first page editor of the News Leader1 Jt may be by design if so whatis this hidden designr ILet me suggest again to jthe editors of the first and sfecorid of the NewsLeaders GET ACQUAINTED And again let me sar that Mr Mc Chord will be elected IN SPITE OF r THE SUPPORT OFTHE N W LEAD RAND HERALD Again the editor ijtf the NewsLeader f Ins ot the tanner of my con du inimyclmpatgn because I am not speaking to suit his frenzy exclairnsVIs tJer1nOIPo ic dark ness forthe Suns rays Illumine Or doe the Sun prefer jdarkness to light cIThe Scripture bath jjt that they that prefer3arkness to lihtdo so because their xteeds are eviltr If we areto infer fpm this that the silence of an editor implies that his deeds are evil then I must confess that when Icall to mind the long deep c TO TOBACCO GR Wdr t oi 11he farmers f Washington county refuse to standby the mefo iterestsfforga iatinthaf now promises to rescue t4efarinerfro the most merciless and soulle ss trus ever known jdie 8ontinental T6baccc 7 Company I During the astthreetars few men hjvbdone more toward perfecting our g Man the editor of the Springfield Sup Not an issue of his reaper Has been printed iurin that time that he has not made an eforAoassist us in the hitter war we haye waged against the tobacco ihfasj Tarn One of those Republicans who will support him in hjs race for the State Senate In doing this I feel that I am doiri that which will not only ibe to mV interests f but to the interest ol every man woman and child in Washing Jton county The services of such a man will be needed in tie Kea- tucks Senate Pist experience has taught li mat tlibtpbacptriis will be doing business in Frankfort next winter while the Legislature is in session therefore it is our duty toe to it that we are representecKby men who will not falter in this the greatest strugr- gfe that tne American farmer has ever experienced We cannot afford to risk such important matters cis legislation jn the hands 6f men vho are riot able to co ewitha lobby that is not only intell gent btione hat will resort to kfnd of trickery to bring about AT4kdassown coffers but the millions of Rockefeller and all of tne cornbind wealthoftWallstreet Certainly we cannot be so unmindfulof our t own interests as to vote against Rogers Gore certainly we cannot be soungr teful as to turn our backs upon a man who has befriendedt us in such a substantial way as has Mr Gore I cannot believe that the tobacco growers of Washington county who ate Affiliated with the Reoublican party will let prejudice orevent ihiem frothC k doing that s hichwill be tp theirsn interests w u s j When the days were darlc andvit seemed to us that our orgaAr1 nation was gOIng to pieces we lookEd to The Springfield Suniotten c6 rag inentarid found it When it seemed that nothcSu1d prevent us from winning the battle the editor of TheXSpriiigfierd Sun kept the colors floating high fndwe went on wipmerry hearts to a greater victory Through the columns of Mf7 Gores paper VVThelT now permit me to say that while I intendto for WiHsoriandr 7 the Republican State ticket it is my nYlepull fc r Gore and McChord L v t On next Tuesday N6yember5 every Repu bli ant Washington county who grows tobacco and who has the of ifarmer at heart canpot da betteri da s work than t4go to polls and vote for Rogers Gore andVW C fcChordashing teii couffIought to an T believe It will give these gentlemen a rpus ing majority on November 51 t v A REPUBLICAN TOBACCO GROWER ot J and profound Vsilence1 of the editor of the News L ader upon many public questions affecting so vitally the inter est and JVelfare of the people of Wash ington7county that silence broken only now land then by a discordant gTlurit or- gdmblG I I am persuaded that no effort of mine can make the rays of the Sun penetrate the gloom of the den of his ievil deeds and that nothing but the bright effulgent rays from the Son of mari can ever bring such darkness to light or turn the erring editor from his evil deeds but still we are ready to let the Sun shine on our brother t who is groping in the darkness There are many questions of vastly more importance than my opinion of Mr Tyler who is a candidate for Mayor of the city of Lpuisville Nor will his election or defeat change my position on the Repeal of the Sunday jClosinglaw The people of jthis county who support your gaper and who might expect some assistance or at menttromhas been waged for MANY months against that Giant of Combines the merican TobaccoCo have looked in vain for some word of encouragement from you J The success of this movement meant ii everything fcora Vast number of our cit 1 Jty i11 f izens its failure means the triumph prr the American Tobacco Co and the oppression of the tobacco grower J Wily Mr Editor of the NewsLeader Haye you not given these people a Jieiping hand You certainly could have during all these years given us at least half as much space in your valuable paper as you Mv used this week in an effort to pac me in a badrlightlbefere the pec pl o Washington county This same space if given in an effort to aid the farmers in their gallant fight would have shown your hand in that case and saved you from showing it iri this in stance If it is better to speakthan be silent why have you not spoken 2And since you have taken thepifi lege to ask questions I wilrgyefouan opportunity answer som and liW1BEnot ask you what you would do itSyouT were m Louisville but will ask youa few questions on issues affecting1 the people of Washington county Are you for the People or are OforIthe American Tobacco Co in tnjsfigiit If you say you are for the people please point to one single 4act doior line written in your papto pifbve anii Itiifi you can find such L line then ph Me print in your paper everything tharap peared therein during thflgof jft people for a better pricp for ir 7 f t l r r T w c x 1ot J a t I 2vI j ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCIOBEp 30 1907 baccoso tf people can judge for them L sejkyes as tb your position v iV If you Were ever for theMcChord 1 R load Rate bil under which C C 1 McQhdrd has done so much for 1CdnH ItcIky please pnve it by publishing r your advocacy of t when it was on its1 j passage and pleas e let us see what you rnOttfthekilled the bill with Ins veto Now that ti iyou are fully awak e and can give Omt of your valuable tie and spaceto tHe J Ipublic please answer the people of your 4county and say hether or not y6ii t endorse tho Section of the Republican t platform which declares 4 f ena tment and enL Optionlawunit When the fight was the hottest in thIS county on the question gf Local Option where were you then What was the cause of your silence Ai in reflecting upon your silence then arey V you now willing to confess the charge you lay against me that your silence meant that YOU pr ferred darkness to light because your eeds Were evil In that contest you who are now M glad to speak and complain because I do not speak were as silent as the lips of death This Editor of the IsfewsLeader is hard to please and in r were making tariyspecialio have to receive my instructions from t huh week1rso that ll might not say too v f much nor too little The Editor ot the NewsrLeader says silence may be safeibut there are times when silence deceives I take It for granted that thp Editor of the- NewsLeaderknows whereof he speaks when he gave utterance i4 this express iLand furthermore that pe speaks from experience thei if silence at tithes deceives would it not have been better for you to have broken your si lence long ago Or why did you per sist when you say it sometimes deceives tWhy not take a stand now and let the people of thi county know whether you propose to aid them or not in their fight against the American Tobacco Co anil in th iir manly fight for prices that will enable them tot clothe their little ones s nd give food to satisfy their hunger But wh propound su h questions to you If the cries and appeals of the oppressed and down rudden tobacco grower are not sufficien tosUr up in I you one drop of the iiilk of Jniman kindness that SHOULD fill the Weast of every man Hying then I know that rio effort of mine can arouse you to t an effort in their behalf The editor of the NewsLeader might as well throw off the mask that he ha been wearing so long and come out as a man should do and let the public km w his position so that it can be given m opportunity to judge for itself Filially the editor of the News Leader wants toj know v hat I think of Hines the managerof the Democrat ic Campaign Committee Hines the leader of the vhisky infi rests in Bowl T ing Green And then the edItor of the NewsLeader so th ghtful of m e and so much disturbed for my welfare t suggests that it might bo safer for me to remain silent r and yei he says there are times when silence deceives My dear edifor Mr Hines is not a candi dateto be vote for at ar yu place in the State of Kentucky thatI know of then I ask you what effect will it have upon you to know what I thin of him But iiTit will throw any light whatever or be ofany benefit to you will say that Mr HInes has proven himself to be a fearless and efficient official as State Inspector and has rwith ut the len t fear of any one publicly exposed the short comings and misdgeils of all offic ials who have gone ash y from the path of right be those officials Demo crats or Republicans He is the same Hines who went tp the s rbng Demo cratic county of Owen an4 ferreted out the rottenness of some pi her Demo cratic officials and took steps to recov er thousands of dollars alleged to be duethe State from former Democratic JSheriffs who are charged with having altered the Assessor sboofcs No doubt had he Hines been a bHca State jjInspectorbeen Repubhcans tne editor of the News Leaderwoug have j ug ested to fhim Silence may be saf r1 though f he knew it would deceive i nd he would be crying aloud forlpie wet nurse as he calls Judge Hmes no to remove f1 T the susfainm nourishmenL r The editor qf the NewsLeader cares riot one whit for my opinion of Judge lines but that Question was pro ounded and taiie suggestion made that ines is the Democratic camnaig- neadrandat pe same time leader Of the wjliskey i terestSin Bowling Green fotthksole and only purpose of trying jtO deceive If the editor of the News leader knows hat Hines is the manager Cfthe whisky interests in Bowling Green he is in possession of information that I have notj Th fetis not a man woman or chiiin Washington county who doesnot kow my position on the local option question land no cunningly devised Questions by the editor of the NewsLeader 5n mislead them My position was knbwn Mhen I announced asa candidate jfor Stkte Senator my position wasn wn when I was giVeh the Democraticr nomination my posi ion was knoVnwhen tlite fight was on and it is because I had the courage of an honest qorividtion in that fight ail because iliav lvpty honest effts in behalfoil the tobacco growers of the State tha the editor of the Newjs Leader seesfi to chide me teeof these question no matter how ia4i erly it may belinlendediu til such time at least as you snail geIto express yoqr onvictirns on these isvoquestionsconviction on either of these two question I WHEN jilY P IEHRiDID YOU BECOME SO A1FRAID OF T HE WHISKY LEADERS OF KEN TUCKY v If thy aresuchj dangerous men when did you discover itl to They were no te ror to yotilast year when the local option fight wfsonnor f do I believe you are so now as you pretend to be p If you aresq af aid thatMHinesviill catch me and chaijge my pinion be cause as yousay he is the the twhisky4r1terestmy dear sir hajye MOU not at least a lit tle fear thatM H Nthen Presi dent of the Kentucjcy DI tIllers Asso ciation will catch Mr TC Jackson Republican jiominde for 1the Lecrisla ture in the county of laTion ARE YOU NfjT iLITLEAFRAID THAT HE MIGlHT HA VIE SOME JN FLUE CE WITH1 MY OPPONENT MR G T JAR VIS woy so it is re ported has th sUppo t of Mr Wath en and whose nOriui atioso it isre ported was conceive in the city of Lebanon t4in toe dead hour of night wheniveyar y w aiiihell itsel fI breathes forth cOIhg1 n to the world P sentat this A meeting tOlt isre port ere r e Hryer Repub ican candidate tor Setdetary of State Mr R Wathen Presiaen pf the Kentucky Distillers Assocj ton Mr T C Jackson and 4ther Some of these who attended tiis met sting did not go in the usuafr4nt way entrance but went in througi bal alleys and back streets over wliich Wung the starless curtain of nightis reported and so far as now S never yetvben denied I trust it inot be under stood that I objjct toflthe manner time qr place of the Jiolding of the reported meeting at Lebiiri6nior am I making any complaint a jainslany of the tgen tlemen in that rjieetijig but 1 merely mention these ficts tb the editor oftlie NewsLeader who has assumed tobe my guardian that e had better be looking after ore o his own wards If there sa hi ky dealer either Democrat or Republ can wholesaler or supI0 t them foHt TIkY re free American citizens and I fAlly escoprnize the fact tht if thY bedaus of my fight in fa- vorof local optifjri jo for any other reason desire mjy dbfeat and Jarvis election theyhaye t iu right to nelpde featme and I shall havia no word of complaint In the cQnteshf t local option last summer I made the t fight I could bedausel beheyqd1 isrIght but l have no quarrel tjo p k with those who opposed it and leap cully with those who had the cira e to speak their sentimnts but1for e coward who t lurked in the a on ei her side afraid to letihis neighbor kr jv hbw he stood I have the utmost con e npt He 1s not a man a n lInen I accord to those wjhd opposed local option asmuch sincejfity and honesty pf conviction as 1 take to myself but o mare I klnew how I had been made to sUfI er ffoth the excessive use of oy tnose whower near and dear to me heard upfromrhe tho s women and indescribableriseJYi i e not turn them way without trying to give some relief I wanted to try local option because I be lieved that hr itat least some relief might come some home might be made lappier and some tears dried And 1 fought an honest fight fpught f9r the convictions that were in me citizelsofiWashington county Do you blame me fpr battling with all the powers that G d has given me for a causethatI believe is right 1 a rafi not believe you dp- I can not believe that you would re Is ectI1l had 1 trampled under feet the convictions of a life time and turned a deaf ear not only to the prayers of hundreds of women and children of- Wishington county but to the prayers of my own mother Had L done this the Irlends of myr eu y cirImy r would have forevermore looked upon me as despicable creature convlfflOnsIfin was right t have offended thn I have n P apologies to rnak My conscience isciarand J nowing thaI did my duty aslsaw it I haye not jone word to retract Oh this statement of the case 1 sub- mIt claims to the people of my dis trl rlandshaIi abide by their Decision witHout one word of complaint ROGERSGOREf W1LLISBURG A nice rain fell herelast Sunday which was much needed Mri and Mrs Edd Reed have re urnd to their home in Louisville after 4n etendedvisit to relatives and friends here1 Ms vLiila Merntt is spending this week withj Mrs W S Gibbs Mrs J1K VVells spent Sunday with hern other at Birchwood Mr Osqar Shirley and Miss Olive Sutton spent several days last week in Springfield with friends i Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shirley have returned home after a two weeks stay with their brother and sister in Johnson county Indiana The Modern Woodmen gave an oyster supper at this place last Saturday even ing was quite asuccess 31 peing realized 1 Mrs Ann Burton has sold her pro erty at this place to Mr Thomas Trent of Kh1dand for 1000 t W T Wells has bought the property of Clark Bos of this place for 1250 hs to Mr Fjdd Sut lTJ W Wills of Pleasant Grove have exJ changed farmsI W e regret to Ir Wilsorasa citizen butgladly me- Mr Josef Wills in our midst MrsE J1 Pinkston and 1 spent jSunday with W Th Shirley and wifeI HARDESTY t Thefarmers of the vicinity are through sowing their wheat and the time comes to cut their winter wood Ch111drenSunday with relatives in this vicinity Mr R L Gray and sister Ollie spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Eliza Carney 1 Mrs W S Y Goodlett and daugh ter Jennie spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Goodletts mother Mrs Wells at Antioch TuesdaywithMr George Wilson and daughters Nannie and Mary spent Saturday and Sunday with relatiyes in the Mt Zion neighborhood Mrs Sarah Gray is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs Eliza Carney Mr Rufus Goodlett and sister Tavie spent Thursday night with Mr Tom Virgin and iarnjly Miss Mirtbat Gray returned horn e Tuesday aft6r an extended visit with hercousin Mrs Sallie Sutherland Mn Ezra Goodlett wife and little son W C visitedMr W S X Good lett and family Saturday and Sunday Hon W C McChord made a fine speech tp a large crowd tPolin last Thursday evening We believe that Mr McCjhord is the man to represent Washingtbn county in the next Legis l tureMr Rpgers Gore also made some striking remarks In his own behalf Mr Glide Goatley of Valley Hill spent Sunday mght with Mr J6 H v VGray v I MOORESVILLE News is scarce in this community ChordIthe t Owen and John Ellis were in Wood lawn last Saturday Mr George Bodine and Miss Ells WedpesdaYwish themnuch joy Corn is selling at 50 cents per bushel Mr Rod Smith spent last week with relatives in Barslown Thurman Weeklfiyhjas returned to Louisville after 1i few days visit to friendsandrati4lire W 0 Ellis vW m Louiville last Monday on business Mr W c1 McCKqrd spoke to a large and enthusiastic ioydat the Opera Hdufee here last Friday igh He made pledgedthemselves think they ought to do He left politics out of his speech which I also think was right Ms Mimrod Smith and daughter Mrs I M Walls will spend thisweek in JefFersonville with Mrs Smiths d Mrs ISweeneyurday at Moore ville Thy solicit your patronage Mr Ham Pile has bought of Robert Crooke his threshing outfit for 400 Mr ahd Mrs James Cull visited their- chtIdren near Chaplin last week Mr Robert Jeans andMiss Iva Mar low were married at Poplar Fiat church last Wednesday night by Rev Baird They are popular young people of the Poplar Flat vicinity l Mrs LehVGodby left last Sunday for Louisville to join her husband They will reside there for the present time There wer good size crowds out last Sunday morning and nightto hear Bro BeNight preach Miss Qdena Weekly wh orking in tile bottling room at JtJ n t er spent last Sunday with her parents here The Hpn T Scott Mayes4f Spring sp3ke to a large audience at Mooresvlle Opera House last Friday night Ie made a good speech which was well receiyed Wheat sowing and sorghum making- si over The farmers wyll soon begin to gather corn which is about two thirds of a crop Mr John Weekly was in Bardstown last Saturday on legal business Mr Butler Armstrong and family havQ removed to Hardin county Sev eral morje families w II go Christmas Ham Grigsby and a Mis DaVIs of Hardin county were married re cently They are n iw living with Mr Gee Grigsby Mr D L Hump rey has purchased a farm from Mr Graves near Camp Ground church coritaining about 130 acres for 4OdO Possession giyen Jan 1 1908 i Corn is selling at 50 entsper bushel and is scarce at that f IMr Dode Cheser wife and little girl of Monmouth Illandtheir daughter Mrs Mollie Davis of Peoria Ill are visiting friends ancl elatives here Mrs Davis returned home last rues day pentlastMJs Emmett Settle gave a carpet rags tacking last Thursday Those present were Mrs Slaughter Mc Manus Mrs James Marlone of Wood lawn Mrs Joe Bishop and two little sons an4 Miss Ida Case of Springfield Mrs Jce Bocline Mrs Cohe Grigsby Mrs Diive Humphrey Mrs James Wall Ms Lee Godby and little daughter Christine Mrs W 0 Ellis Mrs RvndoJphMrsTos1 both Mrs John Dodson Mrs T B riaugher of Maud Mrs Edd Pile Mrs Ben Pile ian daughters Misae Nannie Lil1ennd Emma Miss Yowell of Spencer county Mrs A W Eddleman and two children and Mrs Joe Settle All joyed themselves very much Mr Lonnfe Linton yisited his parents last Saturday and Sunday Miss Julia Park lof Danville who has been visiting her sister Mrs Frank Ca ney returned home last sunday Vrs James Walland daughtersMrs- Le Godby and Miss Ardia Wall were Springfield last Friday fI ofWopdlawne and diried with Mr and Mrs Edd Yocum r andMrs Sagi ScottTvisited Mr and1l Mrs John Kays at Polin last Sun Wr and Mrs Frank Carney and chil dren Mrs John Stevenson Messrs George Moul and Hallie Boblitt Mr andj Mr Ben Hardesty dined with Mr JaMes Hardesty and wife last Sunday Mr Owen Ellis was in Springfield lasti Monday on business Mrs J W Hays has returned from Louisville where she was called by the illness of her little grandson j The Price of Health The price of health in ama1a ious district is just 26 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slaytop of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and im part new lite arid vigor to the system Haydon I t= t lakes Overfower Nok64Tll acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike 7 Vi 5 roonframe dwelling new 6 atre tobacco b rtJold s ockam i2 corn c ibs ismoke house and granary Plenty of acres of fine tobactP land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water iricS25 per acres t dNo 65 1TO acres 5 milesfrom Springfield on good pike UQder good fence 5pohi dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with metalroof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty ofiotustsIr peracresJ No 66e156 rtcres8miles from Springfield J mile from pike 4 ro6m dwelling 5 acre t bacco barn small stock barn some tim j PriceS20h No 67 2Oacres7 miles from Spiingfield on good pike6i I stockbarn75 acres of fie tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per iicre t No 6818q a res 8 room brick dwelling in good repair 1kT fenced river bottom land plenty of timber fine landfc Price 60 per acre f I No 69150t acres small house fine river bottom land pent rotimber and fine tobacco land Price 5p per acre No 70 144J acres good dwelling 8 acYe tobacco barn 50 acrestfe of fine bottbm land well fenced plenty orhill tobacco land somei timber Price 60 per acre No 718 acres 5 miles from SpringfieldV6 room dwelling in good repair tenant house 7 acre tobacco barn stock barn corn cribgranary pond in barn lot some timber 75 acrdof fine to land good fence Price 3500 per acre No 73L180 acres 4 room dwelling in U stoclvbarn well watered plenty of grass good fenceplenty of tobsccc land goop Spike 6 Springfield 33 per acreIt No 74125 acres on good pike 1 mile from schoolclose tp churcb4mllesfrom Springfield good 6 room dwelling good s barn 50x60 feet plenty of water plenty of locust post all f ITlIt grass fine orchard a bargain at 2250 per acre fNo 75277k acres in imHe of Springfield on pike 2 new toSo barns 1 small house a stable plenty of grass and wa er1f the finest farms in Washington county cheaprc 111No 76l14 acres6 miles from Lebanon on good pike god 6 dwelling 2 good barns all outbuildings all farmin grass 30 rass well watered under good fence 5pera e No 7820 acres 8 room dwelling in good repair 2 miles from Springfield J mile from pike on good road good fence lO acres in grass price 750 II No 7941 acres 4J miles from Springfield on good pike 6r omJdwelling in good repair small stable good orchard plenty of all kinds of fruit plenty of locusts from school 55 per are No 80138 acres 6 miles from Springfield mile from 5 Iroom 2 hall dwelling in good repair good barn some good timber tyofT NQ81160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from prin field on good pike 9 room dwelling in excellent repair good ten f ant house 3 stock barns one 40x60 feet plenty of grass fine to jIf bacco land all necessary outbuildings well watered under good rkJfen e Price 50 per acre No 82215 acres 10 miles from Springfield on good pike 3 miles from 8 room frame dwelling in good goodstoctQarn 2 good orchards dne peach and one apple plenty of water 125 ac1es of grass 20 acres of bottom land 56 ac esoftcfine tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre No 83167 ares 7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from good j tobaccoIcusts good fence plerty otwater Price 2000Q f t r rNo 84401 acres good 7 room dwelling 4acre tobacco barn ftgood fence all farm ingrass all the farm tobacco land situatedon good pike close to churchand school Price 65 per acre iNo 8556 acres 4 room dwelling small stable meat house idouble buggy house plenty of water 30 acres qf fine river bottom land all the farm under good fence 80 rods jof stone fence mile + from good pike Price per acre fI No 877t acres 3 miles from Springfield mile from pce5 l Ij room dwelling in good repair good barn plenty of water good fence Price 3u per acre No 88114 acres 1 mile from Mack villei mile irorn Dike 8 1 room dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 acres of fine tobacco land good tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre J No 89202 a res2 miles North of Springfield 10 acre tobacco S barn 7 room dwelling plenty of water all the year around pJentvc tobaccofNo 90260 acres Smiles from Springfield 9room brick dwell ing in good repair farm well fenced 2 good barns will house 12 acres ut tuuttttuj ou acrs of firstbottom rest second bottom one of the best tobacco farms in the county plenty of grass all the farm ready for the plow Close to church and school on good pike 2 miles from depot Price 50 per acre AglntIlii t t THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL wON EARTH shortesttimelatestandtesSchooLyonor t IIIIIIR C ai l THE SUN AND pIBryans Commoner175 POWeeklyWeekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 Thricea Week New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturjst L75 American 150 American Farmer rl 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman200Fa-rm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviewso 325 Magazine285Scribners Ledger Monthly h 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 485 Sunny South 150 THE SUN 4 j THE DAILY Kentuck State JoualY4 hicorpei ted Published lit the h Capital of the Stats Contains besides th 3 Associated Press dispatches df the news of the State andworloV full reports of the Court of Apr alhliriitrationSUBsCRI rIONJ 4NNUMIN W P WALTON 4 Frankfort Ky J TIlISunancl Daily Kentucky Stats JeMr nal both one year f S4 v c v11 I t kfH SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 1907 ii I ECHICKENCOST jmEV S900 RidS Farmers Roost ButthWallet Full of Bi Is When Scared Aw ya1 La Grosse Wis Oct 6ne hun dred dollars for nine plain ordinary cbi ken was the some VflVwio roosts on farm of August Lenho f near Cali donia one night last wee Mrs Lenhoff was aroused uring thiq night by the barking of hr dogs Her husband was away only tvo small chit folingstory and taking a do blebarrel d shotgun j she hurried to the barnyarel1 firing both barrels in t lej air thieves evidently sever I innurriber1- escapedanQ Mrs Lenho returned to bed v In the morning the wo mail found a wallet containing i00 m tills near one ofthenesthS JLater in the njorning tree men re l chickepbuyersfowls on the pla eMrs Lenhoff in formed thmshe had none or sale but they insisted upon looking over the flock declaring they had jefn told by neighbors that the Lenhoff collection of Chickens was an exception lly fine one The woman followed t lem to the chicken yard where they earched the grounddiligently without a rail Mrs Lenhoff lost nine fie chickens but she has deposited the 900 in the village saving bank 4t Marion Count VrLebanon Enterpris i Fire which originated from a defect lye flue completely destroye the home of Mr Henry Djihringer on South Spalding avenue beyond 3t Augus 1 tines church 3 1 1145 oclo k last Fri day night The house was of frame and burned rapidly but much of the turhiy ture and effects were take i from the building and were not badly damaged 4 Mr Dahringer carried but 500 insur f ance og the house WhICh was valued at from 1000 to 1200 The oss on the contents amounted to aboi t 400 a LI was fully covered by insuran e tIl L Last Sunday October 2C was the fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs G Q Hamilt n of this city In 1nticipatioh of that event his z two children Mrs Henry Jnson and Mrs William Osborne of tl is county fourteen grandchildren th grandchildren and la few friends gathered ajt Mr I ami1toH1 4hoh on the St Rose pike day the day before where he anniversary of the aged coup e was apH propriately celebrated The day was one of great pleasure to all concerned and many congratulations were shower ed upon Mr and Mrs Hamilton whos lives have been sosingularly blessed Fourgenerations were prese t HILLSBORO l ilVV Misses Maggie and Judith Montgom ery spent last Saturday nig i and Sun day with Misses Maud and Eh a Inman Mrs Sab Cpulter and llittle son spent Sunday with Mrs Nan ie Scott VMr J Shield and wife pent last Sunday with AIr Jqhn Arm rong and wife Miss Zora Montgomery spent last VSday night with Miss Sara Shield Miss Eva Inman and Mr leslie Sate ts speht last Mopday afternoonlat WillisburgV TntSundayand family of near Willisburj VMrwas in this vicinity one day last week Mr LOve Bailey wife ind little Daughter Lillian spent se eral days ileypareptsMrS 71atTexasj essrs George anjj Creath Dean of Harrodsburg spent last Sun iay riight I with Mr Erast s Shields v Mrs J M Shields and son Erasius spent last riday night with riends at VFairyiewI Mr Tom Bailey and wife s ent Sunday afternoon with Mt J M Mont gomery and wifeV4 IMiss Maud Jnmaii spent Ia it Friday night with the Misses Montgomery htplast week with Mrs Della Ke ling 4V Mrs Tom Coulter spent Monday witht Mrs Nan Scott Mrs Nan Scott and niece Hiss Effie ekVBridge Sunday itsVweek wish mother Mrs Frrell at Wllisburg ijJfrOtis Harmon and fan ily spent Sund ywith Mp JVS Th masand familyV Several from this place ittended f meeting at Rock Bridge Sunda 7 t haverS i o a I f Of Interest tdiWar Vetrans Arthyfind Navy Hospital Veteran Ward No 1ot Sp inpsArkr Editor SpringfieidvSum Spii g1e1d yDear I haye been kfngjftreatment in is hospital forVveeks and am very much please with the good re tintprove in Vhealhdci the excellent management B id jndness afforded h ereV I take pIe sQte inV acing the follow g information b pre the veteran readers of your vi I able paper AH veterans of the Mexi Ian Civil or Spanish isarel admit ed to this hospital at the rate jof 40 ents per day upon application tcf the ugeon General at Washington JD C This amount pays r board l dging1aths and medical are pf the best v tours Truly H AKEY TEXA UMrHungate of Tat ham Springs visited Mr and Mrs J D Petersbn Sajturday nd Sunday Mrs t Clay Brady spe it Saturday and Sunday with grandfather Mr B K Wilson of The protracted meeti ig closed at this place Thursday night with nineteen ad ditions The school i under he maragement of Prof GeoV Gonher iV doing inicely The premmnj stove a Jrio D Peterson s store wasj given away last Mon day Mr GeoVV You was the lucky man lt Miss Pansy JBenningti noi Lebanon jis visiting tejlatives at tj is place Mr andMrs lIJ C canougher and jfa mily Mis Rfr L A rnIsses May Myrtre and Klossie Gcanpugher and Mrs Nancy Cocanough r went to Per ryville Tuesday to be presentat the birthday dinner given by the latters atlPlaceMr and Mrs1 John jVofEnido veretoVse Ar and 1I s CJay Brady tecenjtly Election t4EX iuas 8Y NOVEMBERS i1 J Dont Forget to 1 IiE sdi A Wanmng VV ViChicago Nev j A local physician rrecetly recounted story and coupled it rith aterrible warnng Thi s e tory and the v j A Kentucky than had eenconduct ing some experiments Burbankmg artous kinds 6 fruitsa jid vegetables Receiving a frire specie of cucumber prom Germanyhetbegaromake tests with its sap 4atd5V9 his right hand came iri contact w h the cJ1cum j tir juice and popn pec ar symptoms became visible in his r ghi hand and arm Apr clIYj sensatioi was followed fa gradual sheddingLof tne entire skin of thejarri and tnisn little black spines like tjosc on the tai cumber came out ail over tie surfa ofnis entire bOdy As s on She be e tthorOugh Iv cucumberized as imi were hedId whatth hors did 5us ef9rehebe came fully acb tomed livin with Qut food he died Now 1 read so often in the advice cQlunin f new d ma azine- a recipe for th improvi ent f corn PI10flVV ihyoly ng the se of cucum ber cream emp oyed as massage I want right he e and nc v to sound a warning to pet onsadyed or other wise tempted to use sucl things Any woman who aft jr a thor ugh massag ing With cucuir ber juj shoujd find herself suddenly resemtili gone of the 57 varieties night well onsiderher self in a terrible Ickle A word to our wives is sufficU ntas I orV Richards vsfBjtenVyaSp ere Through ilood poisoning caused oy a spider bite Johii Washinj ton of Bos queville Tex would have 1ot his leg which became a mass of ring sores had he nqt been I iersuaded 0 try Buck lens Arnica Sal e He Vjtes The rdtap licat on elieved a box es healed all the sores very Vse 25c at ydon druggists feats LVV jV L Li A 270 Youns Man A yo nwmanwh wa drawthg 50 a month took a course at Clarks School of Business A year laterhe was get ng J i225a month VV175 monthly increase 82190 yearly increaseV 21000 an 10years Not so bad Eh Thisiiijcrease in salary came when his earning power was enhanced Your salary will increase at the time you ares prepared to command itnotbefore Can a young person afford to be without the trainipgnot by any means Can one afford to get it Most liDDayshort timeI12 weeks 40 for Shorthand 16 weeks 850 for Bookkeeping 5a month night school 12 for 3 months night school All graduatesplacedjngood positions Many calls we can not fill individual Instruction Home 2330 Cumberland 956 A South CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 10354th Louisville Ky VPLASkNTGRQV i Mrs Bettie Graham visited Mrs Eliza Mitchell last weekV Misses Mabel and Nannie Thompson entertained the young ladies of the neighborhood last WednesdayV Mr Robert Thompson and family of Grundy Orphanage spent Sunday with Mrs L N Reefl B B Leachmanattended the Allen Edelen sale at Burgin uesdayV A L Ilitsey is in Louisville oh busi rIJisterMrs IMr hompson has returned Indianapolis where he expects to locate j Miss Frances Litsey entertainedher host of young friends Friday evening Mr and Mrs DR Litsey and Mr Mrs Henry Leachman were with Lucien Gregory Sunday J H Gray and sons purchased of regory and Stigall aV tract of land they had recently bought of Coleman Stigall SPARROWS t We a e having some very dry weath er at present and waterV5 getting ery scarboth for stock and domes tic use R Nl Vowels sold to TohnTrlmtone threeyear jld gelding for 125 Chas Si innett sold jto Pdter Shelyt oneweantirig coltfor 75VV J 0vebb sold to R L Mitchell a tract of land for 1080lE N Johnson having resigned as deputy sheriff the vacancy Was filled byRL Mitch n Little Miss Thie T Cammack who- ah been confined to her bed for a couple of weeks with bronchitis weare glato note is able to be out againjMrs S tl Vowels wloha been seripusly illfor the past two weeks is improving slowly Mrs Allie Barnet who has been confined to her bed for the past week sreportedsome better J C Stuart was in Bloomfield Satur daj on businessV iMessrs O R Crossfield L Q Jenk ins andD Burgin attended county court at Lawrenceburg last Monday Mesdamek W R Mooreand RN Vowels wre in Bloomfield last Tues day V Mrs Dave Yocum and son Hill ry of Leathers Store spent last Wednes pjaceMrs spent last week with h jrm otheat this place Master Elwood and Miss M bel More hursdaywith Public Sae-0tPERSONAL PROPERTY THURSDAY NGV 7thV Haying decided to quit farming I will at public sale to the highest and best bidder on above date at 10 oclock a m sha at my farm 4 12 miles north of Spnngfield on Bardstown and Springfield turnpike the following personal property namely 2gocfarmmare 3 strictly good milk oovs 4 good calves 2 boar shoats sow and pigs yearling jennet 5yearold jennet and colt yearOld good Southdown buck 140 bales oihay 3 good stacks of oats cornin field good mower and rake buggies and harness wagon and set good w harness gear and other Arming implements 2 good stands of bees household and kitchen furnitureVAlso will rent farm on day of sate Ii not renteH before Any wishing to see place may call at any tune Terms made known ort day of sale ii Ji J Hamilton S M Campbell Audtiolieer L i I i t jDrWFTrusty DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteedVOffice over Haydon Barber EE bX LAKEI SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and AccidentVV Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable theworld HyattOffice SPRINfaFIELD 1 KENJTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 7 to 9am 4top m IIjDr J C MuddI SPRIGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER J HAYD XS DRUG STORE Office Hours 8 to 9 A M ij to 2 P M Of W WRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Haydon Robertsons Drug Store Officephone 115 Res dencje phone 172 TV L H LA1P11N4VD SPRINGFIELEKYI Office in Opera Hoiise Offici phone No 5 Residence NoS MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE VV TELEPHONES Day 49fNight 109 L SCOTT MAYES j ATTYATLJVVV Spr n field Jonandand Federal Courts CCMCCHORD r 7 ATTYATLAWV Spriiigfield Ky Will practice mall SfAt Arid FedornrCbiirts VV lW l CbAJ3ROOKEj ATTYNTL W f Springfield Ky Will practice in tHe con ts of VashImton t courtsQlAppeaIs Vw E SELEIA ATTYATL V t Springfield KyV Vabliigtoiand MARsALLDpNcAk LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson BUildin WashingtonCourt of Appeals S Me CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield KyV specialtyWillable Phone BLV tJOHN Y MAYES Funeral IirectoV AdV Licensed Embalnieiv SPRINGFiELD KENTUCKY Best Attention TEvery coiirtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone MJay 19 Night 74 CLUBBING RATES WITh LOUISVILLE DAILIES The sun and The Louisyille year500TheJournal except Sunday 6 40C Same including Sunday 8 The Sun and the daily Courier- Soun l any three days in the weekV3 7G The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three sixthonths2 UO The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening i Post one year1 4 W t IV r J i 1111 HB D LAK1iBARGAINS IN KEA ESTATE No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dweIHIikr good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of Price15 per acre No 37Q acres 6 miles fromj Springfield good dwilling good l schOQIhouse V pV q 1 No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty ofVgrass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre No561 acres seven miles from Springfield timber oakash hi kory good weIIing and barnswellwatered onehalf mile from sqhool house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 v i timbertwo 1 goodtimlerVlarge dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad PriceV3750 per acre No16V196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock Tarn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres f idwellingiV bottomlandNo 19275 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room stockbarnscehouseNo 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield g od dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco two stables 75 acresVtimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre inSpringfieldtNo 231392 acres 1 god dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres Qf tobacco one barn new 1 mile from iIaud one alf mile fromschools9me timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenVwa er 35 per acreI No 24166 acres 3 miles froth Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corncrib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acr js of bottom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre x No 25248 acres 2 miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard goodcistern barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining lay d ltr cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 a res of corn in this year fromijardstown smallbarnrest of farm in grass brick tenant house 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price S60 per acre All limestone land llfencedty for a home Chap VVNo 35 225 aiires fine land in the edge of Springfiejd Will sel as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap NoV36B0use and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold Water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 bV pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock wafer35 per acre barnhOldVwater b9th stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7Vmites from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and out buildings fineV well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built thisVyear good cellar arid cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milkV house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit oneten- acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules FBuggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Priqe45 perVacre easy payme t No 45 164 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 acre NoV 4697 acres 7miles front Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small house stock barn well wateredV fine tobacco landj good fence price 3750 per are No 47i6 acres 8 mileS from Springfield 2V small dwellingsI 1Jfone tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty ofV tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 No 49A farni containing 54 acres eight miles from Spring field on good pike8 room dwelling seven acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and schon Price 32 50 per acre- Nn 50Shacres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land a d locustVposts drchard good fence fine water close to school twoVmiles from a depot 50 per acreVNo 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on goad pike inV Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun 1tobaccoNo 53 Agood investment inctypropettyon Mainstreet No 54ToWn Lots on Grundy and Covington avenuesV el1ingtobaccouated in one of the best neighborhoods county Onepf the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre No 57163 acres 3 milesNorthoflfackvilIeon Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre acres land plenty locust pcjsts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles front Springfield 5 room dwelling 8Vacre tobacco barn good stable milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school andchurch Price 30 per acre No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14tacre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of blliegrassy plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 r No 61 125J acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres oi virgin soil 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncribs and buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobaccoVV landVNo 62150 acres 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 63iSO acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco lar nlenty of water Qne of the finest tobaccoV farmsm Nelon couhtj Price 50 peracre Ba O Lake Springfield SsSSiSiSiSjSiSs11uSsSuSIS1SISuS1S SsS0SS4a 1 6 t i r J I1d t i tijif jI1fH SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 907 + i 1 SPRN6FIESUN uI Jsupiy WfPm PY t j8BSCPTION QNJ pgtjLAl mjjJi In Advance 0jERS GORE Editor and Publiher jSL i c 1 i Iriterfed at tlie1 postoffide ttt ptinfle1d KyV for transmission through the maiW S ondt1as nltit r a JjTERMSt OF SUiBSCRIPTldNr OneYear tWxMdnths 100e Three Months i cj IjDEMOCRATIC TICKET i p f For Senator J bW Beckham For GovernorS WagerFor Lieutenant Governor South Trim bie i For AuditorHenry M osworth For TiasurerRuby afYoon For Secretay of State HiJ berjVreland I For Superintendent Pub c r 0M 0 Winfrey i For Attorney General Jonn K Hendi rick Ifpr Gpmmi slonef of A cu1turJ T i W Newman For Clerk of Co rt bf Ap 16rJB Chenaut V j For Railroad Commissio erC dMcChord FortState SexitorJ4 Re gerGore ForBeprsentatieW C McChord Nailsf l Campaign li Falshdod yJ tThefo11owing lnter ew ith Hn Co C McChord appears1t ntheILou isville1 Times and Evening I f The statement vin thriiouisyille Jierald t9 the eff ttJ v I ccired7col lected or Deceived a cont ibution do k riatior4 or any sum of mona whatever for the pemqctatic Oanipa gn COmmit the or iny oho els0 from t ic American Tobacco f Company or ary bnecon jiected with it or from any other rroi company corporation pr ndi idtial isk t absoltitely false The urth srstatenient in that paper that I in con utiction with oneC J Brown nad anything ttdQ with any such contributior js a fake j plreand simple I do not kntiwiC J- t Brow and never heard ofiy one By j that name Ancl of course naver tiadia i transaction of any kind wi hitom V Bardstos4i Ky 0 t 281 O- 7Hon C c iMCiord rr j vSpringfield Cy J Dear Sir I see in tbda s Lou syijiife Herald a refeifence to ai idieged cjw- tribution by the Ameribian Toa cq Company to the Pemocratie Camjpatgji ofI 1903 and in which lt paper charges that you ig9 the Demo r cratic Committee reteiyed ndsfrofu that company THk charg isO grpuntlf Jess that if 1 were ypu Jwould ine- it HtTweyBf if you so kiesire yp u5ir f at liberty to say that I kofl the s 1 jnent is false I was Secetqr Treasurer of that Committee in l1903- and the collection and dKbursementof all contributions passed through Imyv hands and Iih thereffr i positin iciwiiay that you maderio such collection nor did you ha e anything to fio with the collection or iistributidn of any contributlpns to that 6ainpaigTtv r You are at liberty to nike such use of this letter as you thai desire i t 1Yours Truly V JOHN A PULT T1AEAVE SPRI jiPIBhD r Mr W P Lawrence and Family VVil Move to HantadsbucgJ f MrlWP ILawrence who is at pres ent engjigddj in the groc ry busn4ss in this city Will remove his famiftrtp Harrpdsbtirg somJ tim in December V14r Lawrence was in HJ LrrodsburgMarst week and closed a der llor residence 1 property HJe will eng ige in the con Ltractirig businesain Han Mr Lawrence has already so dhisreSiderice property in this city and dispose of his grocery busuifcss and other property before leaving O The pe p1ot Spring field while rec grettiflg to Icfse such g ods citizens as Mr andlMrs jlawrence will wish them much success and pros Peiity1in their new home J0 t T TAL AC IDENT- To LITTLE BOY Harry pa14ig Meets- Death Un W gin Wh Is ill ards I fnwn1ti The peiaple of Spring ield were horri bly shocked on lastS iturday evening when the sad j intelligence was received that little ferry Sp Iding the foiirr YEar old sOn ot Mra id Mrs Thomks A SDaldinffjot Bardst iyn wasvcrush ed rtp death under tie wheels of a- woi while at play in front bt his home in that citL The accid nt occurr databout four oclock Satu day even ng The little fellow had wandered ou into the street just as two i agoni addd with bar Tfils were passing B Yiiehe at tempted to mount thi j tongue of the rear wagon which was Attached to the front wagon by means of a chain and losing his b lance fejl on the opposite gide directly under tne wheels The rflar wheel p sed over fa head crjush ing it m a h rrible mai net The acci flent was witnessed by1 he boys moth crand an aunt Miss Bertha Haydori of this city and Dr 3rume a neighbor IJot vrhom ran to where he lay Htfwas can led into t le house uhcon scious by Dr GrumeTundi expired I1a few seconds J was an excfe ptionally bright little Ie1lojand at al tImes obedient to jiis hajT never been al lowedby hi j mother togo into the streets alone and had r ever caused her any sin ss from this score He was a handsoeboyan J wasa favorite with both old and youn His mother Mrs Sr alding waa for nierly litigsKsilieHaycon of this city daughter cf Mr and Mrs Benjamin Haydon The Stetaainir werebu led in thd dath1 olic cemetery at Bar stQwn Monday morning at hOococ sy Those from Springfield who jlttded the burial were Mr C Hay d n and wife Mr Lloyd Hayd n and wife Miss Lizzie Haydon ahd Miss Bsrtha Haydon brothers and Bisters ot Mrs Spaldlnij To the BotrbwMtnekeh family and relatives universal sync pathy is extend ed though fin this ti ne of deep grief their many friends feel that words can avail but little in dispelling the gloom tKtt been cast Ove the lives of the loved tt1 Ha ry Spajding oneSOirjl The though fueling the eripti ness wors desir js to express its deep sympathy to the j ereaved ones nouBul WEDING t LAT WI DNESDAY t1 Four PromMientjLi tizens of Mar ionCounty United In Wed y Vi Jock In Springfield ij fSpringfi31d was tl ie haven of happir ness on last Wedm sday for four of Marion countys well known young peo pie whpt came to tl lis city in quest ot wedded bliss anil4issand Miss Josephine I urham all of near Lebanon They arr ved Oin Springfield late in th eaf ternooij and were married at six dclbcic by the Rey W H Will jams irjessrs Hall ndiMouser are two of Marion countys pr mment antKpro gr sswe young farners and their brides Strikingly pr ttyyoung ladies are quite popular and members of well1 known families The Sun extends softgra tula tions td these two hansomeroUng couples and trustsihat prosperit7 may be theirs to the end or long va rid happy wedded lives COURT DAY MiNER I Lathes of Christian Church Real ize tlarKts me Stu- iiLL The dirtner serve Lby the ladies of the Ghristianr church to the county u court day crowdMcnda3j netted them a handsome sum i i return for their work The proceed clear of all ex penses amounted to 150 The dinrie was given for the benefit of the Christian chur h t k i r r r = 1r A W STANLEY NEXT FRIDAY 1i11iddess Citizensof Washington County at Court House The citizens ot Washington county Will Be Kiveri ah opportunity to hear thbp41iitlissAes of the day expounded in d j masterly manner on Friday 1 oclock p m at the co tteiin Springfield when Hol- lAO Stauly CongressnranJTr6mthe Second district will address them iCongrkssman Stanley isa than of recognized Ijbilfty a speaker of wide prorrimetide and an orator of much note throughout the South 1 The people of Washington county shouldye Mr Stanley a rousing re jceptionj ot all hear thistreat Friday i Nvemlerat 1 oclpckjp rn at the CQtU rt Eoise in Springfield AlcCHESNEVv AND tIIINN Spoke to Large and EnI ithokiastie Audience IioHv Monday 11The f3ourt House was packed and janudttto its fullest capacity on last Monday afternoon when Hon Harry V McCliesney Secretajry of State and Hon JJJ Morgan Chi nz Cl rk of the Court ad Pressed the citizens of Washington comty on political ISSUEt in the interest of the Democratic party All of the available standing room wjas taken up ani the doors and wiowdwere fi led with people ifehroughpilt the speaking Many were Unable to gain an entra Lee to the room It was qne of the most enthusiastic political g4 heringBev sserl1Qled at the Court Ht use in Springfield MrMcChesney began his speech qt 1230 oc ock and was introduced by the Hon TJ cottMayesHis speech wafc an exc lent presentation of the issues of the c mpaigfx and Urapt attention given Him throughout the speaking showed thfe keen interest being takeni in theicampaij hy the voters and their detiifmination to bee me acquainted with the facts in the present political cbntest Mr Chinn followed with an equally strong and convincing argument and was gi jen the same close attention He was introduced ty the Hon T Scott Mayes STRIKEN IN iI BLOf LIFE Gus Funk Prominent Young Man of Simmstown St icken With r Typhoid f ver Just ttaineil to your g manhood and i full of promise before him GJ ha1if sonof Mr and Mrs Joseph W ofthe SImm town neighbor s to typhoid fever Mon day morning at five oclck Mr Funk had been ill about three weeks though at no time was It thought his condition vas dangerous until wiuhin a short ih1e before his death Wienhe suffered elapse Mr Flunk was twentytwo years of age ndlwas a model jyoung man ihj du exemplary habits and fectionatje 1 af11 He Ie vesbesldcsHIs parents two sisters iatwo brother namely Mrs Char1es Shewmaker Mit a Minnie Funk Messrs Claude and Johnnie Funk all of whom reside in the Simmstown neighborhood To the bereaved on js over vhosel lives a shadow has t een cast by the death this yorng mi n The Sun ex tends 4epest sympathy Ftmejral services wire conducted from the Bethlehem ci urch yesterday mbrnirijg at 11 oclock by the pastor Rev R L Purdomv The linterment was in itKechurch cemetery i Dr RoBards Sells Residence At thpublic sale of the real estate and personal property o Dr J B Ro pards 1oj last Saturday hIs residence 6n crqsst MaIn street ras sold to Mr L Y Maes for2700 L II 0 aIroh clcJ COJT HAS ADJOURNED Until Wednesday of INext WeekJuries Impaneled TWO GASES ARE DISPOSED OF r Circuit Court adjoUrned Tuesday at noon until Wednesday of next week Thisstep is taken because of the fact that the election is held ext Tuesday and itwaS deemed advisable to adjourn fur that reason The grand juiywasi also dismissed until W dnesdziiYV ffTheCounty Circuit Court convened Mon day with udgeI H Thurman presiding Only two cases were disposedof be foref the adjournment of court until next Wednesday In the case of the Commonwealth vs C A Thompson charged with opening his saloon on election day a fine of 100 was imposed W L Cambron charged with selling whisky to ah inebriate was acquitted The following is a list of the grand and petit juries St GRAND JUiiY HB Waters foreman James Pat terson J RihSmith John M Clark Geb T Clements J T Goode James Grigsby T D Sweeney SleetCoyle Jerome Wells James H Gray WN- Keeling PETIT JURY flames Mcllvoy Cavanough Pinkston FrW Gray Dave Math erly Geo D Bodine JoJiii W McMil len W H Nally W T Condor Robert Thompson Erastus CaseJ W Wall Arch Perkins W H Leachman Ben Mcllvqy J R Reed W M DerI inger C M Bringle James Barker Gabe Shewmaker James v McElroy Debo Brady W ttOByn J I Janes WILLSON 1 ADDRESSES- RpubIican Gathering at i Opera House rIonday Kdh Augustus K Wilison Republi tin candidate for Governor spoke to a large croWd at the Opera House in- Spningieon last Monday The build ing was crowded with people who gave the speaker the best of attention throughout his speech which was necessarily sport owingto lack of tithe 1Mr Wjllson devoted his time to ex planing the Republica side pf the present political controversy ahd his audience Was attentive throughout the speaking Mr Wilison waS introduced by Hun WF Neikirk r TAYLORBODING Prominent Couple ufthe County i Marry In Louisville vMr George Bodine and Mrs Ella Taylor ot the Maple Hill section Of the county surprised thejir friends on last Wednesday by going to Louisville and getting marrred The wedding was solemnized in the afternoon in thejar lors of the Fifth Avenue Hotel the Rey H C Morrison performing the ceremony yretur ned Thursday to the home of Mr Bodine where they will reside Dr GeorgeM Shauhty formerly of this county but now of tiouisville was best man at the wedding SMr and rdrs Bodine are among the most prominent and influential people of their section of the county and their host of friends will wish for them nnyyealsof connubial bliss Notice I Having made arrangements to leave Springfield as s l1as I can close out my business which may be in a teyI days will ask all persons knowing themselves indebted to call ationce and Settle their past account which is past due Please do not neglect this matter as I need the money to close up my business Thanking you for past favors I remain yours Wl P LAWRENCE 1 fiiii I IF II ojnsTo II I I III I Consider outISidthidII Our aimisto supply our customerswith hiihtgrade 11goods at reasonable prices and iniforder tpdo this wer jg y directfrom none but reliable manufactuiers I Seeotrj Majestic Steel Ranges and II Electric Cast Ranges IA l line of HEATING STOVES to select from ISHULTZ McELRYS PROTRACTED MEETING At Baptist hurch Begins Mon day November 4 A series of meetings will begift at the Baptist church Springfield next Mon day evening 1Was- sist in the meetings on amount of ilL- ness Rev Do an Cervices had been obtained for the Wie tffng While the news was a disappointment to Rev Williams the pastor he is making a diligent effort to fill Rev Dorians place and have the arrangements completed before Monday Rev Wilhams announces that the plans to begin the meetings on the above date will not be altered r BURGLAR iGIVEN V WARM RECEPTION Jack Lewis Colored Breaks Into Store For Goods But Gets Bullet Wound Instead Jack Lewis of color charged with breaking into the restaurant of Single ton Davison doubtless feels that he is gettinghisfull share of lifed woes and miseries Jack is now behind prisOn tsnursing a wounded arm and await ing the action of the Circuit Court as the result of his adventure Davison it is said had frequently missed articles from his store and sus pecting burglars on last Thursday night locked the doors arid with pistol in hand took a seat inside to await developments It was not fang until he heard a noi e at the window followed by Jacks appearance inside Davison opened nre clipping one of Jacks wings but not to such an extent that he was not able tc fly through the window and make ills escape Marshal Grace arrested Jack the next morning and he was held to answer at this term of Circuit Court by the grand jury HARDESTY I The farmisofthis vicinity are busy sowing their wheatSl Ir Charley Williamsand family of Maple Hill speqt Sunday with Mrs Eliza Mitchell Miss Martha gray of this place isi spending the wejek with her cousin Mrs Sallie Sutherland at Wilh burg MriClifton KldVelland family spent Sundiy with Mrs Kidwells parents Mr and Mrs H Cheser Mrs Mollie Davisand daughter Ver na of Peoria IJ1iate visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity Mr Will Sherle and wife spent Sunday with MrW S Y oOdlettand- fanihy Miss Ethel Gray spent Wednesday J n r night with Miss Lucy Barlow ntLlnftSaleswer ltyMr jIH Gray and wife Mrs Sallie frayand AuntBeckie Bishop All hap1v an enjoyable ttme together Mrs Mollie Davis spent Saturday night with Miss Ollie Gray Mrs Pearlie Smothers is on thesick list Th J Mr W T CheS6r who has been on thesick list for some time is no better at this writing Mr T J Trent and family visited their athetat Antioch Saturday and Sunday Mr Fly Wilson has returnedhome after a three yeeks stay with his uncle in Louisville Mr JAGray has returned to his home in DennisonTex after apleas ant J visit with relatives and friends at thISp I aceI t Mr Iode Chaser wife aiidbabyj of Monmouth ILare Visiting his siclc brother Mr W T Cheser and other relatives IIIiHF arm rs I Keep Vow Feet DRY Ih This Winter bI Wearing Footwear Grundy Mcintir Springfield Ky1 1Ifrt WI y c t I t I 1I i THE SPRINGFIELD SJJN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER JO 1907rT c L b Lhl m tj Li i Ir Never j Before1k I MERCHANPIS inketsJif 1fact weare selhng a greats quantity of gooc sat OlLb PRICES n 1 IOur oi Dress Goods and Trimmings TS to any we shown II j 1W shbwing the newest fads Lades B sits Handbags sideC6tiibs Hosiery I1assortment Ladies silk arid tIn jJ Dr J M Buftonv RESIDENT DENTIST With out Pan CROWN WORK A SIPECJALTY t t AlrDettta1 Wo k Strictly First class Sprint fie d Ky Office in HaffonPlock pst irs Loeali News Notes Molasses kegs five g illpns 30 cents t LAwREN ES GROCERY t v Tzdie 4 of the Catholic Church will serve County Coiiru day dinner on the fourthirlp day m February 1908 lFOI SALE Two good wagons 1MH JONES Co 1 Lard cans apd lard tjbps five andteri gall s15 ancJO cents ach f LAWRENC GROCERY Campbells grocery dhanges hands NOV jl so collie in and get some bar gains in china and glas Ware FYSwEO le si it of furniture 2O O sideboard 15T be secn at iJ MRS GEORGE CQLVINS Fruit jars atvcosti L JL LAWREN ES GROCERY L4 t FARM My farm near Fred erick ovn lias been jiosted and hunt ers are hereby warne thajt no hunting will be alloWed SAM PHILLIPS i We still Want you produce so cqm andseeusJ t Campbells M A sjirley Co Villisburg want to hire a blacksmith for the in coming year Goud h use furnished bOR SALEJOne Dei sring r Corri Harvester good as W IUsench ap IXWALLS SpringfiAdKy L FD No2 Dont forget we rejn the cornel with a full llnot stqv es and furniture Getour ricfes before 7ou buy L At Campbells Itt insure In jthe Farmers Home fnsur ahce CompanYthe on y company tha JHra Pits losss in full J N Welts t Gene1Mnj Junctioh CIty Ky Si iS ClaKS prOur stoc k of Ladies 01oiks Smd Suits is speciaj Iak and attract iv e this season and wilj compare aybrabl y with those 4 qf f Lot isV lle and other cities Our tlsari correct and the rici s are Lower than yoi can get inft city for sajne Class Ga rmerits Ii Ladiesimd J fi i Misses Suits h f M1D to 40 jI SY Seperat Skirts l4fLadies C1oakI N b35i4OChildre Misses Cloaks 15Oto 15 NXDRLSS OODSI1I stock Silks superior hveev r eSceptional1ytrngaMNMISCELLANEOUSJJ are in Back and CorsetsBontonNice of 1departmentV ietEtcacied Es POSJCED new Elsewhere in this issue will be foundIthe programme o tht v County Sunday Sc 100 Jony he held atT0xas JEly kloy 7th Let every School in th jccin y arrange to be represented LANDPOSTEQ1 hunting withjiog or gun on my farm on JFredericktQwn and Bear Wallow turnpike F u PHILLIPS t otlorder now j urI M prIces H JONES NOT1CEAll prtieswho- kno- wthrnslvesindebte to the firm Fer areIrequestedat once 4 FERR ELI PKTON Notice is hereby iven that the5 per unIIpaidtax warrant will e issued and placed in the hands of t ic Sheriff for cpllec tion G5C WHARTON Secy Monte Cristo was presented to a fairly good audiene j of Springfield peo ple atthe Opera louse last Thursday night Every det ilof the play was above the average md the presentation far superior to the average The corn pany deserved be ter patronage than was given jt V Youhg Men and Ladies with ambition should learn Tle rapby Under the pnew8ou iawi vhiich goes into effect nextMarch1ore 18000 additional Tefegrapheits are required by the Rail rods in thfUritdStates Positions pay from per onthto be ginners You can qualify in 3 or 4 months time For lull details write to the National Tele ijraph Institute Gin cinnati Ohio I will offer fo farm of 254 acres situated at lsiforo for thirty days This is on e pf the best tobacco farms in the cqunty plenty of grass and water good tiin acre tobacco barn On easy terms F r further particulars call on C W Stal ings or 13DL4KE The Mackville and Cardy ell Teach ers Association v as held at the Mack vjlle school buildi gSaturd y Oct 19 andwas a success in every Way Every t teacher in the districts was present arid took some act v part T principal addresses werlehvered by Supt i r tot rCBush Prots Sweeney Wycoff Math erly and Hume T interest manifest ed speaks well for the schools of our Association tor Sale Privately Iavhigsold rnjr home pnLebanon street will now offer for sale the cottage Jadjoining same and now occupied by Mrs J Hi Lawrence This house- st nE1 vandm good repair and well lo cited1LFor particulars and price see W P LAWRENCE Polls Open atS aim land Close At 4 pjIr m next Tues day = i Notice Haiso1d our grocery store to givenpossession Nov 1 yoft will be able to get some good bargains in glass and quee ware from now till then at Campbells Grocery For Sale Privately Hjaving old my home property yill now bffecfor sale private lymy stockof groceries includ finK fixtures1 Soft Drink and Laqndry agencies Ajlcng with this sale goes the lease on store room and cold stoijage Miakirig very cheap rent and a- very desirable point to do busi nessv For paiiticulars callon or address W P LA WRENCH Ij v SpringfieldKy- 0 1 cihQQ ilOQI Q QQ aQ I PersonalN9tesiQ 1- Visitors In and Out of TOwnA if Round Up of the Weeks asPersonal Ness eL p p peoe Op o 0 Q p I Q LouitMssrs HUgh L McEfrby imrf r M H Grundy were in Bbomfield Sunday Mrs J Rogers Gore and children are visiting relatives in rlodgenviile BloomfieldIMrand Mrs IL C Bbblitt have returned from a two weeks stay with relatives in Illinois Mrs Matof Bloomfield is the guest of1 Mrs Lizzie Durrett of near town Mr and Mrs J W RedellwilLat tend the MclntireSorehson wadding in Louisville October 30 Mrs Sallie Mclntire of near town is visiting Mrs Ellen McGill of Bards town Mr Arthur McGill and Misses Mat tie McGill and Margaret Spalding spent Thursday with Miss May McGfll of Lebanon Mrs Jesse Durrett and daughter MissElise are guests of Mrs Motch of Bloomfield Mrs J A Boulware has returned from a visit to relatives in Campbells yule sMrs G D Robertson was in Louisville a fewdays last week A N Parrigin General Recruiting Service U S Army of Lebanon Ky was in Bardstown and Springfield on official business Thursday Friday and Saturday IIi Mr G H Boone of Louisville is here tod y on business Mr and Mrs Hugh L McElroy left today flp visit the family of Judge Emmet Fieldit Crescent Hilla tew days before returning to their home in Kansas City Mr S 0 Snyder and son of Lou isville were the1 guests this week of Mr Snyders brotherinlaw the Rev G W Lyon Mrs Edwin 19ar isle Litsey and daughter Miss Sarah elecman Litsey of Lebanon are gu stsof Mrs J it seys parents Judg and Mrs WE Selecman S Miss Bertha Ha don is the guest her sister Mrs Tom Spalding of Bardstown Mr Arthur McGill the first of the week with reidtives inPairfielcL Mr James McClure spent several days at High Grvelast week Mr W S Gibbs of near town was in Harrodsburg the first of the week rIMessrs T Simms Sr Will Cl ybrooke G C Whartbn and Will mLeb1anonspent Friday and Saturday with relatives in Louis t yille MrsC B Phillips of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mrs A R Shulz Mrs James Cheschier of Fort Worth Kansas is visiting her mother Mrs Mullie Mayes of this place Miss Mattie Robertson is the guest of Miss Han on of Louisville Mr and Mrs C J Haydon and Jfr and Mrs G L Haydon were called fo Bardstown by tie sudden death of the little son of Mr and Mrs Torn Spalding JtatatdtJIdi a Feast in MILLINERY For Ladies NEW READYTO WEARS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN VARIED STOCK TO SELECT FROM ALL CONFORMING TO THE LAT EST FASHION PLATES Triming a Specialty WILLIAMSMILLINERY o jgl Miss Jennie Cokendolpher tChap1 withjherMiss Nellie MqGill who Jattendsi school at t Catherine spent Satur day and Suridzrjrat homel M iIrBen Cecil of neartmvii is the guest of relatives in Uni nomVf t Mrs T B Blanford spending a few dkys in Lebanon tnis week Mr Edd bIof Bardstowri at tended court here Monday j I Mr Maurice DOur ofLhbanon was here Tuesday on j Miss Ella Hagan of visiting her cousin Mss Cdtherinc1 Cain T Misses Mary BOldrikand Wilford Ftdayaltripnow receive their friends lat Mrs M L Searcys Messrs J H McClure and E St Mayes Jr are in Cincinnati this week Miss Minerva Raybourn of Mack ville is the guest of Mrs Molife Wy coff pil4eaMrs C H Mclntire = Mr James McLaughlin the United States Navy is asailorjnf field on a visit to his mother zie McLaughlhji Mr McLaughiin is a private on the battleship Vermont and is now stationed at Boston Massri Carlisle Pleasant who has been at tending school in this city has returned to his home in Stanford Ky Mr Pleasant is a nephew of rW P Lavrence with whom he made his hpme while in this city ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDI mas Duncan Wed Cincinnati Man Novcm lier27jI in tAnth s Duncan of this city to Mr Alexander Lewis Jenkins ot Cincinnati The wedding will take place at the hone of the brides parents Mr and Mrs George Dayison Duncan in this city on Nc vember 27 tMiss Duncan is one of Spri fields charming young ladies arid is a prominent leader in the s icircles of this city Mr Jenkins is instructorI of mechanical engineering yersity of Cincinnati HAPPY HOLLOW Born tp the wife of Mr Enoch Masters Friday night Oct 25 a tenpound girl Miss Sarah Shields Jspent Sunday jf fittIHtfEt The Seasons Sidles 1 Millineryill and patterns oh display at my store and every thing new no two alike and a 1the prettiest of the season My selec tlons are made with caire and taste from the most- popular market centens ik 1 Remembr jl have expert irim mers and carry in stbck 1a Mtline of piece goods Will avei you money on Hat Trimming Miss Willie Knoitt teFnightplace f Mr Sabe Coulter and family Friday night with Mrs Coilters bar- ents Mr and Mrs JM Shields af this place f Mrs J D Sutherland Satur day night with Mrs T W Sutheriapfc at this place Jf Mr rIaC Ke ling ant faipily spent Satprday and Sunday with Ir George Tong at Wilisirgs 1 Messrs George arid Greath Dean spent Saturday nighfand Sunday witfi Mr Erastus Shields L Several from this place attended county Icourt Monday Mr James Keeling ndfathiIof Ta hant Springs spent Sunday night tShlelMr Sabe CoUlter and familyspent Saturday arid Sunday with Milvthi and Miss Nannie Keelinr at Tathani springsI II JIMiss Sarah ShieldssjentJast y nesday night with Miss Judith Mont gqmery at Hillsboro I Mr Lonnie Noel and family spenti Sunday with Mri NoelsfaherMIF G Noel at this place Mr Lee Settles and rinilysperltl Sunday with the family of Mr George Keeling at WilHsburg Election nextTUES- DAY t NOV 5 Ilntforget to Vote itM Public 1 tit + t SaIe tw t 1f Rgistered Angus Cows Mules Hay Grain Farming +Implements Household Goods Etc on fit THIJRSDAY t iaNOVEMBER14 ti At 900 OClock a1m + Having sold my faran I will on the above date at 9 oclock at i residence near Frederick town Ky offer for sale to the high itestbldder without limit all of my personal property toWItI i 2yearold registered Angus Bullx registered Apgus W Cow with bull calf at foot a registered Angus cow due + to calf inDecemberi 2 pure bred Angue Heifers 1 grade i+ Angus cow with nice bull calf at1 foot TO head grade An ttIgus young heifers and steers i flit cow 2 milk cowsr i irol them a nice Jersey W One pair 4usyeari ld Mulls I pair 3yearold Mules I pair Yearling Mules all good ns2 Brood Mares in i foal to Jack A full line of farm Machinery and Implemets 4 About 1000 bushels of corn 250 bushels shelled pats nice for seed 15 stacks of Clqyer and Timothy Jay 2 g + rieks of Oats and wheat straw Lot OfShocodder and 4 4 sorghum Lot Househol5d and I60 4f gallon turnace kettle lot of small farm tools Gearing etct 4i Lunch Served to all who honor us with Price ce t TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE tJSjlw CECILSM CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER r 44HZI- jf- rC I 0 IIllTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 1907 t 0J Rubyi F FD BW P BRYAN CopyrIghtiI9O oy C H Sutcliffe 0 i Across the fields tae beat wavs IIb1cm red Jike an in visible jelly as Dabney For usb put Jtto his sister l wouldnt go jo town with the a handsomest man in be postal sens lee be declared Jaugbinglyas Ruby tioortchap be went on more seriously Suppose be becomes so bopelessly tn love that at the end or the season Tfcben you gp back to town be finds the Pa rkvalej girls dul and uninterest 1 ing Perhaps he will ijoinniit suicide C tI wish ypti would 1 eep quiet said Ruby hotly f I have o go to town to get pome silks for tb it sofa pillow 1 4 0nmaIdng for you If Mr Perktas JousboUldtu1rItg for that cia is pillow youre making for me Ill gt in after it my t 0 5 ri WANT TO SJAY son TO TOU HCRE UNDER TUB REES I elft offered Dabney It will save Perkins the trouble of hitching up and t driving biicklberea ain Thats no part of his p sfal labors Ruby stamped her f ot again l I think you are parfectly horrid jBhe declared Jusf as though you t could pith but the rig it colors c iA man iojught to know his own cclas colors u Babney defended You I say I never dp anytb ng for you and then when l offer to take a hot trip to toWn- and walk a the way back youjicall me hprrid I ere comes Peter iPerkius uow I gue s Ill slide into the bouse Great emotions always up set me L He dodgedjlnto one ot the low win idovirs beforelRubY odld reach him witld the cushion she had caught up from one of he chair s and his mock ling Vugh Vang out as the girl gae a ik little shake tbberru ed plumage and started down the sh dy walk to the gate K The ramshackle wagon used in the rural free delivery service was just nflrawing up to the block and sbej climbed lightly to a place beVide the stalwart fell w whoe gftrti smile showed all too plainly the pleas urehe felt i HH was awitully goo of you to come bah this way for mt she said after 1ber baud bad lingered an instant In his muscular gripDab does make such r C martyr o v lien he does any thing for me and Mr Slocum will not lietus have the horses In the harvest ing season I was only too gla to come back said Perkins slmpl Y You cant blame Slocum about the horses He neelfls tnem all just now If you come wI to a real farmhouse t spend the sump mer you caQuotexpe t a livery outfit like those places w ere the biggest crop they raise is Sun mer boarders It has been such a rear summer she said mil ipjIY bate the round of fashionable hotels This has been II Ideal ej ParkvaleJs a pretty nice place be said reflectivjfely douft know when Lever spenbla more pleasant summer myself r You have idone a very great deal to ward making things leasant for me said Ruby I dont know when I ever saw D iiy go disobliging If it bad not beep for yo dont know jtvbat I should have one f1r We are supposed o be polite he reminded Its in th regulations l Ruby wondered if t le regulations re quired him ib bitch u afresh rig and drive her bajck to th farm afte her purchases were made as he had done a score of times From the drst she iad been attract ed to the handsome young driver of the rural delivery He was so unlike the men she knew In town She shiiil derved at tbel name cf Peter Perkins Jt ditJnof patch bh manner or bIt appearance but she had almost forgotten his name e cept when her brother teased her about it At first it i j j Ruby had simply i U zed her inherent flirtatious instinct but later she bad come to realize tha she loved the mall driver lfind at tines the knowledge yifjYoull be going back home pretty soon now wont 31 uflt be asked IJLuby nodded 4Ve expect to le we Saturday Dab oev must visit up uncle from whom liejbas expectation and mother wants u eto coiue to lie tar a tevr weeks btJs InHl1e mouuaiaf jjliu glad that youre g lngbesacI abruptly 4 JGlad Ruby turned in her seat fe fade him donTtumk that you are very polite she cifed in jcouidnt bear o think of your be Jnjof here lifter am gone be exciaim ed jsimply 1ioi are goLugaje asked fl thought you lived ereaiilwas here onl for summer III ust gojback home tool J suppose you1 will carry pjeasaut recollections Pf 4Jiis delightful country she said know that I shall always remember this summer most pleasantly waut to taie away omethiug elstpe said slaw y Ruby turned her fabje away and t her ga2e wander ovejr the fragrant Cpyeriug buckwheat want to take w Ut me your promise tbajt some day 1 nay come for o- ubeweutontha some day 1 may come and claim you for my bride May 1 dear J Gently Ruby drew from his grasp the band he had selzecl Her heart cried uyes but here came Into her mental vision the prospect of her am bitious mother Mrs Forbush wolrUl never consent to tlielrt union and Mrs sorbush couldima e lifeevery unpleasant when she eleced T am sorry rsh said softly but I cannot answer you us yoiiwant me to pball always remember post pleasantly this hupi JIiiummer Please do not ask more elf me r de1I1bluntly Ppter flicked hlsjiorse with his whip and the patient ariirnaU jogged on lie spoke no more of his love and Ruby wa grateful to bin Sljie went about her shopping while Pet r drove over to the postotfice to report When heIieturued to meet ber itwas with a live T rig I cannot use he delivery hOrses noW he explaiue I I am no longer woijking for the Cptractor Shall we go home by the rl er road Hjer eyes made answer The river rba was the long st and prettiest ntH she would not dey herself this last trip with the mac she loved Tompr rowj he must pass out fiber life Tp nigpt she wished buly that she might drie on and on fit Into the s9ft suiu meinlght t But Peter kept heborseat a trol and presently tbe were at tbefallU He was a favor t with Mrs Slocuiu andj she insisted that he come Iu aiht take supperSwith them Hellngere r ntb gloom of1 the trees until tlJP moon was bh put at last he bad to goj Ij want to say goodby to you Here undpr the trees11t iie said as be rose to his ifeet After have harnessed ujr the whole farailyjiwill come out I am sorqy you could nlf t say Yes dear but I dd not blarney anu shall atwa- losf you and chjrisb the memory ol this summer He bent over irr and lightly brush edlier forehead th his iiiis Then lit strdde off toward the barn and ilres endy she heard tils grating of the bug wheels upon the gtaveled walk Thcjfe was the s und of voices as be took farewell of the group on the back porch and then the carriage caiuc ttrOFbr ia moment he world seemed tc std stiltfpr RiSby then she leaped tlypdQvjpeterl Peter she called softly Cpme back It Vasiall a m is taker do jpve you and will marry you no master what mother ays an instant hej had sprung from tIe Luggy and bad her in his arms Dab ucylcaine running up ttwant to be tlie first to congratu late ou old Than bej said as he grasp ed JFeters hand knew youd win even if sis does hate all tile men i know uhll the imeri ob know gasped RubytFhis is Peuuii gton Pete PenuingT toDLbe xpl lne thy roommate ut He took Sthe job to meet you without the disa vantge of iuy iu- dpnsement j would have oved him anyhow declared Ruby St utlymlltipnaire or IL ffclerk as youlike When You Are Bilious The only salva ion for the person with 0 torpid live according to VVbat to Eat is through a changed system of dietectics com bin jd with exercise lo the outdoor air cjlisthenlcs and deep breathing The person whbu bad liver should habiually practice dexep and long breathing filling the lungs at each Tdhalatiou The curative dietary aiist consist prirclpally of nerve or brdin food Including fish anda reason able amount of eef with generous quantities of cereal foods and the fruits that are rlelD acids In warm wither it Isb stto abstain frOm mlk altogether Butter and vegqta bleJ tats olive oi boiled rice baked apples baked potatoes graham1 or whole wheat soft boiled eggs alli constitute ir iiafe and nourishing diet for the bUt Us person At the firSt symptom of biliousness squeeze the juice of half t lemon In the water you drink just before breakfast and before gongto be tat night j J t WHEN LG P1N THE WOODS Htyyffo Keep Your Bearings and Find s j a Way Out TThatj should you do if lost in the WoodS1Young foresters taking the civil iserylce examinations for govern riient service used to find this tIuestion a favorite Later most of them have putfhelrof the commonest expediences of people whQl gc to the wopds is to stay away from the trails and familiar landmarks and lose CUfcir bearings says the Boston Transcript Every man who goes into the woods should make up his mlhdthat In case he Is lost he will observe a few simple common sense rtjlespf conduct In the first place he should resolutely refuse to be frightened The immediate effect of the dIscov rY that one is lost is usually complete demoralization The victIm falls into a punic of fear and wants to extricate himself immediate ly He runs about in different direc tions helloing until what little sense he had left Is completely gone Avoid that If you should miss your trail or be in doubt as to your whereabouts the best course Is first to sit down where ypju are and think over matters It is not a serious affair be qssured of that There are few regions In the United States where a man is not within a days walk of som settle ment If you have so lost the sense of direction that you cannot make up your mind what course to take It is1 usually best to follow a stream In a rough country there Is almost always flowing watet Streams always lead to settle ments The way may be long and the going tortuous but stick to your stream and it veil bring you out Keep fin eyeS on tbe sun if It is out and get your directions from it Study the contours of the hills and moun talUS the appearance of the trees and somethingfamiliar trees to determine your direction It is not a safe guide rotbinghiprpbjibly need both ep your confidence When every thing else is gone hold on to that Getting lost in the woods is after all uu der certain restrictions a rare kind of spor There is certainly excitement enough about ft to stir the most jaded witb plenty of opportunity for the ex ercise of coolness and common sense IHow to Care For the Feet Tijen the feet are swollen and burning nthp them in warm water and rub tile soles with cut lemon This will fres1en and ease them Hot sea salt baths are restful and another delight ful fipotbath is made by dissolving two teas oonfuls of the following In warm water Alum orie ounce rock salt two ounces borax two ounces Be sides the usuhr bath in the morning whet the1 feet are scrubbed with a sinai brush they should receive an j other bath In the evening especially if they are inclined to perspjire and ache srHinkJesrtmsnlcoboltentine Orris essence of violet two grams Add the violet essence to the acidj dissolyed in the alcohol itheu thc cnllousplacesice toie but corns may only be per ninnpntlv removed by removing th- fcauea tight or Unfitting shoe If tile ankles are weak high shoes should be worn sUmmer and winter Sandals cowlfQrtIow to Eat Aright Here tire Horace Fletchers les fdr eating which are given to all patients of the Harvard Dental School dispen sarjsays Worlds Work in response to an actual appetite which will be satisfied with bread and butter Chew all solid food until It is liquid and practically swallows itselfl Sip and taste till liquids that have tast v such as soup and lemonade Wa ter lias no taste and can be swallowed imaediately Never take food whife angry or wor only when calm Waiting riediand mood in connection with the appetite is a speedy cure for both auger tuidorry Ii member and practice these four rule and your teeth amr health win be ne How to Treat Kitchen Walls If tiles are out of the question oil pai9t is the only available wall cover pr a kitchen and should be finished vlth a coa of enamel says the St Louis PostDispatch The kitcheii walls will require washing quite as mucbl and almost as frequently as the floon White tiles make the finest pos sible covering not only because they sbordirt but Because they can be mpstbethis to a considerable extent Is glven In f good way by oil paint finished wit enamel How ib HolcJ Skirts Fi mlyI oftliola the dress skirt In proper position If tjwo buttonholes are made one In each side of the skirt band and both fastened on this utton this little de vlcei is much more satisfactory than hooks and eyes How to Deodorize a Sickroom P4e1 may deodorize a sickroom by piitfng a little campliprpr a few cot burningbyfumes Pf the coffee or camphor will gulte qv rcoine any disagreeable odor l SI s J iitPiano Plaeed i j tJ 1 H 111 Your Home OnTria1 Iof f ifrtorespondIw us Pfano In the South and buying them in carload lots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Placet Piainos and Piano flayers that will quickly convince the most skeptical that we can do all we say if given the opportunity Oir line consists of the following worldfamous makes f T JI J PIANOSIPRICE 178 UP PLA Tooup PiAltO PLAYERS PRICE 250 1I MontenegrorRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trial rr Name i ii Address i jA I Ky A New Fashion In Wills It is quite time that a new fashion In wills should appear Law Notes Tbe old style has been to make wills as full of holes as a sieve for the to fight about It now seems to be the in New York to have ones will to expert and criticism The idea is for the testator to assume that he Is dead and to dis cover bran expert ex d bis life What Is like ly to happen will after his death Daniel S Rernsen of thfe New York bar author of Items n on the Prep aration and Contest of Wills recent ly said The plan of wills to a rigid criticism after they have been matfe and before tbe testators death Is new in the its popular It lsAalso by In a of cases such reveal one or more weak spots arid grave errors are wills drawn by of A little caution on the part of Mr Tildeu would have pre vented bis fiasco Asli result of this J predict that will be spared much litl gatipn and ninny fortunes will be saved from the family dis TVvelvo Years In a Bath A tepid bath which has lasted over twelve years has just come to an end In the State at tKv trig to the death of a patient named who his spine a fall in 1804 The lower portion of his body was the accident Wblle his stom ach and other organs were badly Injured Several proved tin succes fur The patient showed re of life but suffered pain which his stay In bed sur geons decided to render ex istence more by him up to the bret st In a tank which water rat There he has loin ever since with a baud round Ills breast and his head on air ns He soon became to the position and as hIS hands were free be learned to knit and to carve wooden toys be coming so expert that be earned a good and WItS able to support his aged mother This stay in the water Induced from which he died Berlin Cor London Tooth You said Mr Killklri ton that grand old song Teeth Are With Zinc Weil I always that that xluc business was simply a humor ous Ulght of fancy I never thought that tdeth could really be filled with zinc but now I am not so sure about that Lately I have hail four teeth filled and no two have been filled Wth the same One was nll0d with one with gold one with and one with gutta pereba and now the material they used to fill teeth with in the song doesnt seem to me any thing like so as It did I have seven to be filled and if the dentist keeps on as he has begun using different for every tooth why I wouldnt be sur Drised if before r spt I had 4 one tOoth at least tilled with zinc New York Sun A Prayer For Pie 4n act of which is one of the most unique in local bunt men s history occurred near Minot N D Ben Sam Clark edItor of the Re pouter and two other business men had spent a in pur suit of game and were their meal At its one of the party their in tp bring pie Hard TyIhad he the fact when across the prairie came a buggy drawn byja pair of horses The team wa stopped and on the seat with a knife inserted under their crusts were found two apple pies It Wasnt Funny of the Clerks were over the Coun try club links All went fairly well air though bogie in tacjt until they reached a tee overlook inga pondi Each drove then a half dozen balls Into the murky depths of that pool near by was a little girl stupid but- After ball had to rise no mor blankly but of the golfer Say mister what is the fun in this game The Tobacco Moth in India are greatly or fly that finds of cigars or tobacco ami lays an egg that son into a worm or grub which bores the into the body of and ruins It Hardly will keep these pests lout ex cept to Incase each cigar In a bottle or wrap it jn heavy tin iplL Great 4 B the well known railroad iiuin and a big official on the Bal timore and Ohio road Is a summer visitor here Mr was Miss Leland of Lewis ton Journal F ow things do change Boston Herald Yes weve Journal How to Make Eggs To make eggs soak the con tents of onehalf of a box of gelatin Juice of one lemon a cupful of boiling water and a cupful of sugar straIt and set away to harden As soon as the process begins whip qUi kl Y with an egg beater and told In the whites of five eggs Mold In and serve In any fanciful jway to Avoid Red Noses and Hands Red hands ahd red noses are often caused by an unwise diet and by the use of impure soaps Tight Is another cause Wear your belts and collars very loose Keep your hands out of hot water as much as lean meats riiits and How to a CoilIFire N W soaked water and rolled tightly Into balls can used to the back ot a fire that is wanted to burn a lone time Puia good layer of small coal on top H I 0 I SPris Decker Sons Haines Biros Arm Foster iCo1 q S and L The that canbe alIr tached to any make piano Ii 1J Ifil In order to to your that we have the right at the tightPian07s price we will piano in your I home on trial and if you arenot sat isfted with it we will take it put ndJ will riot cost you a cent MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO I INCORPORATED 628630 Fourth Avenue Louisville JStSSS 1SUSlSIS1S1SlStSIS SSSiIStSiSiSiSSiSuSSSp CHOICE MISCELLANY Declares lawyers growing practice subjected antemortern construction independent amination t6bis submitting sensoof becoming justified results majority examinations frequently roiln lawyers highstanding raovernent thekising generation bJighto cord1 hospital Brunswick Ferdinand Schlimme bricklayer injured through November completely paralyzed through operations markable tenacity excruciating rendered unendurtil letTho therefore comfortable immersing through contlnuousl supporting enable accustomed eventually subsistence lengthened however tuberculosis Telegraph Plugging remember Grandpas Plugged supposed anybodys material amalgam porcelain grandpas ridiculous teethyet something through Answered Providence considered recently Attorney Bradford successful morning finishing nppnday conclusion bemoaned forgetfulness neglecting mentioned runaway I1nneapplis Journal BosItoneighbors recently batjtling Commonwealth remained practically furiously captiously Standing curjlous tbitwelfth queried sincerely iobnCCOealers develops destructive through wrapper thecigar anything Changes Carothers frequent Crirothers formerly LewIston changed proofreaders Lewiston Pineapple Iinelple aIcUPfltl hardening eggshells rH4w clothing possible- Ertt vegetables 1sytoodsPreserve incpld squeezed bankup Chickeririg1 Sterling Schubert IstrQng Marshall Wendell JISohmerCecilian IarrandCecilian 1the Autopiano CecihanA player demonstrate thetnal SS1StS grotesquely 5 iIji r fJaI J II t JrtI Jr y j t I 1 r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 1907 f II itlL jtiJv j LiTT 1 i t I I t t 12 t EIia ctI4EAXr j t IJ JI Tusda- 5 t 7 NIjiTt DO1T FORGET- TO V T Er I I I I I 11 I I I I I It iiiiV lTtew n I t n I= Ir vByT = Copyiightedri9O7by E C ircells tr I I I I I I + T t would ask yt to P1 rry me rtbam said bluntly but I cant Her eyes dilated but she as jtorwithout a moments UesitatU n Indeed 1 Your attitude pr supposes that I would accept ybuif your S3s tematic and well ordered wit d had de cided upon the asking iron cally Yes I think you would le replied reflectively Angry spots bluzed on MIs Fentons t cbeeks This isa little tob mtJchrfrom even ydtf She grippe I of her chair i1ndlIeauQd for yard armI blazrag eyes looking closely into his 9 have never beep able to decide just what manner of man you j reoYour reticence oir phle atlc tmenteign to me that they are m i nreadable text Ive thought at times that they 1might cloak either a vast mount of and capability r the lack of fiA large man JikJG yoi oiiiy has to be reticent to make tire w orld think he is a force to beonsid redif he eared to exert himself I have wonJ dered ttImesU your reticence masked a lackof origina thought But und r no liaginedGrahams powerful bands without a trace of the nerve tension in her own took from her the Japauesi fan that she was unconsciously tearing In shreds 4j am not Qncelted but do think that iou would marry mo if 1 could ask you this in the fashioi of a man of little worldly polish He failed to soften and explain his statement by adding that the desiro of ht heartwas- to I make her his wife She judging without his inner linowledge fought as n woliinn will fought to keep it from be Ing known that she had given her love unasked will admit Jsee no foundation for your eonceltrrie ache i her heart goaded her to uiercilessscru jlty How or why should you think tlj itii woman Of the world like myself wiio has beetiV accustomed to comfort ifi not to ury should care to marry h young phy sician without as yet a pr tIceJPC1 Vimps my friend you tock stock of jqqr attractions They are impressive Ill admit Your broad slmildors and physique in general mig t nlsobe counted assets but not sufficient 1p balance the conceit that cc uld hie I would be content toYehhomemu e tgowns In order to admir hem a life timeI who love pretty hings who VIJag her chain of pearl befuls and hold ing them before him lettii g them slip between her wen manicured fingers She lied bravely stifling be memory f f Jhe little joyful plans that had for several weeks flitted thrcju h her mind plans for making a hoke on his small Income when he should suit her to be his wifeVGraham his face pale spoke slowly Unlike myself you are i ever at loss for words but I thInk ytu have said more than your w6rld Aye uld consider courteous he said terse T4 Her high strung temperament had reached a point where he gave her nerves free rein HAsi or caring she leaned back In her cli dncUaugh edVrecss1yof coucsj your con celt prevents your discovering that I bad been amusing mysQl f The sum m as1ng and dull STou were the beryoo were yea then Qne lOoks with Interest at n unread book With iuch explamV tlon IhoDe your sorrow tiat you could 11iL not aeciqb to ask me to marry yoju w rqithmated thjit she was waking for huh to say gdodbyv Graham towered abovei ier ashe rose MarIon Im crude as you say ium I am going to tell you thaI absolutely rtlsbclievdyou You cartj Has much 11 do Ill admit yoi started out w Vithyourself und thatfl met you halfway liiinklug thaf your might interest yourself and me at the same time 1 had no idea that either of us would earn 10 care But eIJ have both of tisaud yet here is ii barrier pre veil ting my ask- ng you fmarry mea vyall between and I tha Ill ever be able to gt over it f She mned whimsically with the sudden jqhange of mood characteristic her Iof iMe about it Im ill of jjurios whatIkindIIIm njt at liberty to tell butts a Bard one to scaeVGlas ion top laughter coming back tojber face if MFigurhtiveJyspeakim lots of It Are oua child or a w man Marion aIVtVV Morel of a barometer I suppose But rmin t inter sted in iliat wall ItNsounds mediaeval Couldnt you priilfiioe a rope laIc sr as u fitting accompaniment or are such heroic ineasurs for scaling bstacles only reen on ithestnge I ne er saw due in real n d VVV Gir1there is a serious side to you lomewjliere butWs vcr elusive Its the seiOus side I Vvant o taU lto now i dohltjlcuow that 1an evbr even make an attempt VtosenVtllflt wall If Lfelt L could do so uoinrably IwAuld try it with my bare wids His face lit witli an eiotIonsbflad uiever before sjbbn in it You ill call it con ceit but It Isthat I cur so much hat doritj want you to wi itYdr me ttnever get the chance tS trV to climb the wall to reacli PUI y impulsivelyRutjMciieT than anything on earVsaid and his face gru wbiffjr X Considering the yijll 1think you had er go nowS followed mm to the kloor and held dq her haJid Vl ain glad you eare 8 bsaII simply Whefl she heard the ball door closeV behind Jijm she sat dovj u on the cduch andstared absently the torn fnlyiig pa thecbyirnea She pick d t up tore It slowly and systematic ally into strips Iatirglad he cares she safdi me chanically VVS tIn the two years tiiat passed she paW drn ham occasiona lyon the street and nodded to him iu passing Their few riutual friends seldom mentioned him und she heard only enough to knOw thtut he was raj idly succeeding 1u hls profession Wh n the servant t rought her his carilnbne afternoon siie waited until the girl had left tIsV loom then read it over and over Stud enly1 she threw It on her dressing tab e drew a Jong breath and went downstairs compos edly Yqu are quite itn eltrshe said when he rose to meet uer Mrve climbed that wall hesali bluntly without any relude Ei what wall She raised her LIeyebiows VfrownHe put a Hand onech of her thOu derl l1nd held liar facing him 4Be honest be sriid Htill holding herjrsilo hesitated a minute ell thenhowj she said finally Hksat4own on the couch ind drew her beside him q fore my father die4 I three years ago he itold me that he Had been speculating and that h 0 had f along with his own lost 5000 tbabe held Jn trust jjbr my little cou r f t i t VIVVVV uVV Iin Elizabeth The girl wa then eight e n1rid I pr raised that would make the amount ood before her twenty first birthday 1 had juSt graduated from the me Ical college jand for fear jl would not be able to save that amount fron my first three years practice he persuaded Elizabeth that he would dl happier jif he knew we would marry some time1 Miss Fento is vquick smile flashed to her eyes murmured The glass on top of the wall she Graham p ssessed himself of her hands v Exactly st The top of the wallSreached yes terday when I turned over 5000 t Elizabeth on her twenty fist birthday As for the glasstheVCtIIk- rembV d it herself and used it to puncture tliat colossal conceit you once attribuiel to meShe confessed tearfully tim she was head over heels In love with jtoung Freddie Dempster So Iy6 come girl What are you going to do to me2 he asked eagerl She saw bib as of oldV utterly un able to find the words to express his feelings I think pjrhaps Id better try to restore that olossal conceit she said but her eyes reflected tbllhtin his Mi king a Bargain A great tenor had been singing for some hours nto a phonograph The photograph he said IS a wondprf f ling It almost realizes the wish of he Scottish poet the wish that we meutSiQe ourselves as others1 see us Ve canl lmv at least hear ourselves When l vaV4n the army before I real ized the capabuiHAs s of my voice I piny d theflute A phonograph salesman br ught a phonograph to ihx quarters antriect to sell it to me was undeci ed Finally the man took ouf a blank cylinder See he said rather reluctantly here is a blank cylinder You may make a recrd on it then we wilferun it offfind ytu shall hear yourself Its a costly fa orI am doing you but it will show y chi what a fine instrument this is tI was de ighted Ill get my flute I said Ill play n flute soloIWell 1 played my best into the ma chine It seemed tome that 1 had never coml ined before pitch feeling witl such accuracy I was more than pleased with myself Then the man put in the ylinder and the music be gan to issue forth J frowned OJIs that 1ef I saidVYes sir said tlfe man RealXvjne just as I played II Precise r sir preolsejy And now said l1edo you wanitto buythe phono grap1T VNofluterLo idon MalLI Engl shmen Are Reckless Policemet cla4m that their most strenuous exertions are directed to ward saving the lives of Englishmen says the New York Press They are so reckless paid one of ficer People cowing here from other parts of th world show some respect f automobiles jvagons and streetcars An Englishman d6esnt It be1 takes a notion to cross tjie street he manyIcars may on him from every hirectionHc seems surjprisedOnce a Britisher that I had rescued from sudden death explained the rca son for that attitude of his country men He says thatat home pedestri ans really do have as much right to- tteVstreetns vehicles and that it is the uh of the drivers to avoid run rlingth m dpwuj In every other country the foot passenger has to dodge for his life the saine as here so for tliiit rea son the Englishman alone plunges ahead without caution Howto Getlnto a Lifo Buoy When you are in trouble and a buoy is thrown to you you shouldnt lift It up and Iry to put It over your head for that nly causes you to sink j deeper to swallow more water maybe to drown You should simply with both hands take hold of the buoy nearest you and prerss down upon it with ali your might Then the side will fly up in the air fartherI and descending ring yoji neatl VreStoIHow to Clean Alabaster The method Qf cleaning any al abaster ornament Is to first remove anyI audlIten minutes or a little longer if very iljfrty Next rub nIl over with a paint ers brush and leave to dry Then rub again with a soft brush dipped hi plastqr of paris VToo Much of a Shock Junes engagement jls broken VJanerohe broke It What was the trouble Why Jane was silly enough to let hlnisee her when she had the mumps Cleveland Plain Dealer How to Freshen a Straw Ha The best way to renovate a black Straw hat that has beconie shabby looking and dusty is to pin It firmly to the Ironing boawl using I6ng strong pins ant plenty of them Make a solu lion of alcohbl water and a llttje am monia and after brushing the lint thor oughly with a good stiff brush take a nail brush nn 1Bcrublt with the solution and allow It to get perfectly dry bettt removing from the board If the hat is not a good color utter it has lrIed apply n coating of the blacking that comes especially for straw hats and that may be obtained at any department store t i 0 HUMOR OF THE HOUR The Thoughtful Landlord A New Yorker whose business Cre sOuthicountry hotel Jn one of the CnroUnas th1ttheit down as one of tii principles of action to give his patrons a little more than they asked forto bq extra accommodating as he termed it The New Yorker hail left a call fdr 6 in the morning so that he might taker ail early train north and he went to leel in the calm assurance that hej would be aroused at the proper hour- I seemed hardly to have fallen into a sound slumber says he when I heard a terrific pounding at uiy door I sprang up wide awake Whats the matter 1 called tIFour oclock Four oclock came the landlords voice from tile other side of the loom Two more hours to sieepj Harpers Weekly f StrenuousHirttV It was growing very late but the young map in the parlor scene showed no signs of making a home run You evidently have a very vivid imaginationMr BorelIlV snidith dear girl as she urade an unsuccessful at tempt to strangle a yawn Why do you think so the jIyourself in the arctic regions where1 the nights arc six mouths longf she IVAnd fad ed into the gloom dhica go News = r L Future i F ryJ dont tq1 w dearest what miu4riageThereIn all the t7W and on know hoivv dist agreeable flJtsSne Ethel But swe ttbeart yop rent a hammock orne omansfIRCompanion 1ToVUSY epoJntsIsaid one young woznan oansfred t eotherIwe W e so busy addressing post cards to ou friends that we hadi t time to do muc- hslghtseeingWash ngton Star These T eorstcVSenator Platt sea ed on the porch of his Manhattan Beach con demned certnlill new trends in politics he said with a wave of his hand Theories and theo rists they are apt to err very apt to OrrVLooking out at tie white beach and the sunlit blue sea he shook his head and chuckledVTheorists go mi d he said over their theories Yo know the theory that Bull wrote God Save the Queen 1aidwinerettills tl ejny but OIK day they f und an inconvenient entry inu rare oil Tudor manuscript that brew the gravest doubt upon their caiznVIn this case what did they dA They clubbed together bought the manu script iuid burned it with great secre cy solemnly ejaculating jV Thank goodness we have now got rid of that objection to our theory TquchanglPresident Pan ama was reviewing tire ioiulers of Coney IslatidVA remarkable placehe said to u p1dOllSI1Sipping his well Iced lemonade Pres saiLdoVSpeakfng tre piendqusly I amr reminded Of a joke they are telling about a Cuban mlllion urc LVV depi4tedhisand lIlolngcotprs Indeed so graphic wusthl isItoh 1H narrative tlmt the QeltedstLl with tears in his eyes and a voice trbinblmg with emotion 4Jothn put this poor fellow out into the strjpet He is breaking my heart + Good JF Prpperty FOR SALE BY VtT EWING REAL ESTATE AGENAY HARRODSBURG 1V o 200 acres with 80 acres bottom on Chaplin river at 25 218i ACreS in Washington county six miles from Periiyyjlle at 30 120 acres nicely improved near Card well4000V21 acresV near Washington county village at 45 241 acres 7500 near Salvisa fine for any 200 acres fine land near McAfee t68 300 acres Allen county Ky increased 40 per cent ui 1 year good for 10000 in 2 years 4500 Livery Stable 10 room house grocery business and stock 6000 Good for 18QO a yearVResidence and blacksmith shop with 800 la year trade for 9OOV l 1 I IliI IaiiiiiiiL- ist of fine Farms FOR SALE A VV piileSouthgood barjrehl fenced Price 2Q00- No 203 Farm 100 acres good land 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville piker all good land well fenced and watered 50 per acre N4 204 farm 166 acres situated 5 dveUing50peracrVNo 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 qvelliogland all lie well Price 16 per acre 206 187acre farm seyen iiiilefromV hodseV 2 barns wateredi Price s 3700 wellJfencedand 207 located Ijl miles southwest bf Springfield Good pwell outbujhflngsImproyemeits repay Price 5000 IfromSpringuwcdiuj tock and tobacco barn wire fenced Al the land in a high state of cultivation jarid lies well Price 60 per acre i 208 100 acre farm 8 miles from Springfield small dwelling hOUSe aupd good barn wire fenced and mostly in grass Price 21000 WihliburgKylies well Mostly in grassV Pribe 40 peracre 210 108 acre farm located Smiles andbarnrailway station Price 3500 212 lOQacre farm located 7 miles from Springfield Gjod small house and arn150 1500 VIi T AND KY 1 IH I t FOR APPLY MANAGER IrHjowj to Chicken Mold for cooiiug in the ordinary way Aft er it is and drawn wash the fowl uc it into an enameled saucepan With cold waterto cover add a small onion two cloves and four pepper orns hnd one slice of lejju ham place over a fire and sim mer g ntly until the meat falls from the bone When about half lone add into the and boll until theV season cold place overnight When hard Sand coilV turai out of the mold with parsley and serve HOW to Vlakc a Furniture Polish To ninlio n polish use one ounce oi brown beeswax ontvlmlf find oneI nit pint of water Shred the brown and white wax into a jar a two pom d ijani jar will do dd the turpentine and lot it stand on the stove until dissolved Shred the soap and let It boll ill tiu5 yater nut quite dissolved 1jAIJow to cool then pour into the jar and stir the ingredients to gether When cold it will be a thick cream aid must be ket nil tight F om this vproduces a deep Plow to Make EyeletsV TheresVU new way of making those troublesome discovered by a girl who is locally for Invent ing lahoij saving ideas says the Wash Ingjou Sfai It consists of running the around l and then cutting it from Diirt to etid haLt making the stltche as deep as those upon the usual buttonhole but reversing he stitch soj that the edge stitches bck nion the material Instead of around the open ledge of the eyelet It is about as mull to as the way aIl the difference Inlength of time Is qven more How to Clean Stained Hands A little borax or rock ammonia dis solved in the washing water will greatly In1 off the stains IIds Obstinate stains can be with a piece of cut lemon to Mend Broken Broken china can be mended with white thead such as painters ue Smear rte edge of the broken parts with Iv press together tie in place and Ie4ve for two or three days Good improvements of kind fine woodland dwelling Price 40VVV Pr acre t j all lies well Price 65 per acreV 215 I03ace farm located 9 miles northeast of Springfield 35 acres ofV tobacco land two barnsV3Q per acre 218 210acre farm near Mackville mostlyin V 219 l40acrerm40 acres creekVcbottom All qpland new land Small 1 house and good tobacco barnV Price I945 peracre 220100acre farm located 8 miles east of Springfield Small house and o good barn Price 2600 221 191 acre farm located 6 nilesV north of Springfield All lies well good improvements S3f per acre yv 222 125 acre farm all in grass good Ii nprovements of every kind Price X per acre l 223 farm 6 miles QeStOfVV 224 100acre farm located near V 225 140acre firm located 4J miles I from Springfield All good land lying well Good house and barn and well fended Price 45 per acre VV I 226 350acre farm located 3 south of Springfield Good improve me ts of every kind Prie rightV L 227 200acre farm 3 mlles from Springfield Good house and barn and all other outbuildings Land all lies well is under gbod fence and Is in theV a1disMcEL80YAINSURANCE REAL ESTATE AGENTS SPRINGFIELD v lItRRgK SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO ANSFER MONEY fISBY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE t RATES TO LOCAL CUJMIERLAND TE PHONE TELEGRAPH CO NCORPORATCO Make mnybeplucked moderate ukeIInchisuucepan halfItheigaihjsb v furniture ofInil furniture nnyIeyelets famous eyelet bnttonholingit onefifth do marked ald1YOU getting ChinaV fiQmtownaround fromSprmgfield 130acre dwelling twgbarns miles WHARTON FpR AGENTS AN OPPOKTUNITY tTha Old World And Its Way- sj j William Jennings Bryan 4- NO j READY FOR SQLItITORS r 576 Pages 251 Superb Engravings from Photographs n y Col Bryan Recounts bistripVaroundtheworld v andhis visits to a nationS The great J est hook of travel eyer written TheV fthisgeneration25OOOc for sam jlfrevorts of first 80 agents employ pl Buy it eagerly The ageiiits harvest Outfit FREE Send fifty cents to coverxipsti of mail ing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISH JG CO i St Louis Mo Guaranteed Gu Vfor Constipatio vi After watching results for siajteen years during which time many millionsV of bottles were sold and thousands of letters from users were received the originators of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep compoundfeeldiseases of the stomach liver and bow els such as chronic constipation dysVpepsia indigestion biliousness flatuVlency sour stomach bloa stomach Vheartbumnetcantee to refund the purchase price If Dr OaidVwells Syrup Pepsin does not do what Is claimed for it Forslxteenyeari this remedy has ben recV ommended for stomach liver and bowe com plaints and the fact that each year more and more families are using it proves that it has the merit claimed for it and tbe letters we are thesediseasesMr Alston of Boynton L T cOnsiders DrCaldwells Syrup Pepsin the best laxative tocicVon tho market because to use his own wordsVit does all you claim tot it and I do not knowVanother medicine of its kind that dOesVt haiflUVlotherswould not keep house without it If you have any complaintforVwhlch Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin is recomme VdrugglstandyOwill VItpumtlve waters salts and cathrtopowdersoVpIUs does notgrlpe and leave you feeling weak and torn It is sate to say that yon will like ItVand use it have cairtc a Vlaxativeweak people because of its gentle aotloL PEE TEST weWsVSjrv TItes t IMflfVY DCMV bVrVliw CM have a tree sanplt kotilt ieeto ttiMr hMiw sy addraitirietta company TNioffw Is tt prove tMtIAIV remedy do IIwedlltli art Is MW ottfIJe 111Vwho tutve never taken It Sen syraHomi of stomacK Vent bowel IMtIMt yet mMt effective laxative for cilie fwM8 Md eM folks A NnMwent MM curt THE PUBUO VVERDIOPSINO Laxative SoQoe4isVas DR CALDWELL SYIU PEPSIN iNs pmdus Dd11oIU inll RED CROSS DRUG STOrtC v i f Itt r I I Ii vT r tJ I 8 il iiTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 1907 I k MONDA SnBICROWD 1 L ij jo I11i i SPfIfield 1 V i ANr ARREST WAS MADE 7 iv c VMondays crowd was a recordbreak- er in point dfl nun bers Conservative estimates p1ae the number of people i in town on tht day between 3fooO aVid 4ooo 1 j iThe fact that Monday was couny L court day thefirst day of the fall termc yIallNagathering of peopU MerchantS repoi t an enormous buiv Ssn that da there were stock f 6uyers here and cnsiderable stock of all kinds changed hands and the two political gatherings were a success m point ot crowds it the two places 6f speakings All in all it was a post 1uccessfu1 day fro n every standpoint Everybody was con ented wantedand went he me happy I 1Jtof the vast numbrof people not an arrest was made ai id there wasjio oc- t casion for art arrest v x Pneumonias Deadly Wo kIhdsoseriously affec ed my right lung writes Mrs Fannit Cpnnor of Rural Route 1 Georgetp n Tenn that II coughed continuousinight and day and the neighbors prediction consumption tp Seemed inevitable until my husbancl KingNs proved to be the only REAL cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs f When all other remedies utterly fail you may stfll win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New DisV covery the REAL cure Guaranteed by Haydpn Robertson druggists 50ciL and 100 Stfal bottle free fIt SalesandOther News AbduUthe ir HIi L t At the public sal j of the personal property of pr J B RoBards lasij 1 Saturday several herd of horses yer4 sold and brought good JOn jyearlingone mare 17 bla 5k gel ingryearling 100 black gelding 135 sor rel mare Oone mare 135 Pne 2mare 140 j t llRevone fancy black threeyearold horse t6 Joseph F Pettus 1tr Mr L C Baker has sold his fine bavc mare Terrapin to IrJ E oflI175 0 A Cincinnati horse buyer was in ISpringfield Monday a id bought ten liead of horses from difl erent parties in ngingifromj B B Parks was in Louisville last Iweek anU purchased faur horses at prices ranging f om85tQ 140 They were brought to his stable jn this city Mr Parks sold three hrses the past week the prices ranging from 85to1 100 F t Mr L D Baker mace the purchase ot a fine specimen oi horseflesh Jastf week It was a half brother to the famous John Randolph Matt Cohen s horse that sold for 4500 Pr J B RoB rds rec wed this week a fine fouryeaifold sta lion Moreland Chief sired by Mpntgom ery Chief Dr RoBards paid f1 000 for this hors e when he was a twoyear pld I7testYour taxes for 1907 are due and the penalty will go on Nove ber 1 Alter that date taxes can n at be paid to ma and a tax warrant will be issued against you by the co nty clerk and executed within tend s thereafter making an additional cof t to you at 18 per cent Come In before Nov 1 and save additional cost of execution jand sale Don let this matter s your mindi Nov f J S DsBouRk S W Ci t c 1 public Speaking J Hon W oj McChord will address the tpefollowingKirkland Thursday Oct 31 2pm AViUisburgUT hUrsday Oct 31 6 O1 m Fredericktovn Saturday Nov 2 2 P mi + U Jensonton aavurdayjsrov2 pOp m PROGRAM Of Washing on Count Sunday JT Schpol Co vent on at Texas INoyember 7 The following is thepro ramie for the Washingtoi County Sunday School Convention to convene at Texas Ky ovember 71917 r 930 a mS ng and JCbvotional Ser iceRev K E C Lawson NominatIing School Workev G W Lyon 1030 am Illation of Pastor to the Sunday School Hon WF Neikirk and Rev J V Campbell 1110 a m Song 1120 a m eneralx Discussion of the Following lopics led by Secretar- yAFoxTe1cherIE Training House to House Visitation Home Depart ment PJimaryl 1215 Rec4 AFTERNOONV feC145 am Report of County Secre tary and T esurrMiss Ella 200 p ni How to AWaken and Maintain Intres n Bible Study Rev W H Williams V 230 p nw wrbt we are Striving to A h in 19t7Gencra1 Secretary E AFol3 p m Rej ort of Committee 345p tn AdJpurnm- entEXCELLENfBUSINESS t Done By Springfield Merchants last J1ondaY All lines of Business in Springfield felt the good effects of the enormous crowdin town Mp iday in a most sulk stantial way Uqsincss was mixed with pleasure pclitiqs and the Usual court day attractions and the mer chants in geierlireport big sales The stores were retty well crowded throughout the day and clerks had all they could do to attend to the wants of the people Sprirgfield has long en- oyed the reputation of einga big trading center ride so by the large and excellent surrounding territory1 together with the fart that tn merchants of Springfield are Ideawake and give their customersthpbest Washington county f rmers an liberal buyers but they demand the bst in iverythinganc lj no one knows tlis better than the merchants dt Sprir field Hcv U ProteU PlntBufbs bcIroreten or twelve inches of litter from the barnyard Let thlsi extend well over each plant If this covering Is not readily obtained leaves can be used to advantage Take a box a foot deep and at least two fet sq mre Knock the bottom out of It and place It over the Then fill In with leaves packing them down well When the box Is full nall the bottom in place to shed rain Bank up about the box with BalFtrom the bed In spring do not undover until the dangerof freez jng weather Is cth1lt is weather cold enough to freeze the s llto the lopth at the bulb How to Make ToMet Vinegar r Toilet vinegar can bo easIly made by soakiiig the folio yirig herbs in one pit of wh1tewLie ihegnr for a fortnight Half lid out ce each of mint sage lavender rp cmary verbena thy off and manor m Keep closely covered anoVttt the ind ofa fortnight strain and bottle fo use A little of this Vinegar rulbe over the blol after bathIng gives me a delightfully It esb feeling and a so gives tone t the skin orl How to Save Lining of Ladies Jackets To save lining under arm of Jadlcs JacketS cut heart shi ped piete of vel vet sane cplbr or harm6dlzlngk with lining and sew pnde arnj with fancy silk stitch upper ede to fit Into arm hole before sewing in sleeve lining This saves relining JIHow to Cure Toothache Saturate a small piece of bsorb cotton with tincture of benzoin will cure the toothache at once It leaves a pleafiant tate and benefits the giiins Instead of blistering Itlg MQ excellent remedy f r children r t 0 RELIGIOUS t j orAnnouncements Of Services In the Various Springfield l Churches For Sundtye METHODIST jRev fG W Lyon will fill his regular rapOintnidhZundaying Rev Lyon is at present engaged i na meeting atMayes Chapel which will close the latter part of the weekIThe VVomans Home ciety of the Methodist church will meet witji Mrs oI H Thurman next Monday afternoon at 3 oclock CHRISTIAN EIl Rogers will preach at theGJirisr tian church next Saturday night Sun day morning and night The subject Sunday riorning is a seasonable one to say the least of it How Shall We Vote All will be most welcome whom y comrj BAPTIST Regular morAingl and evening ser vices at the Baptist churchnext Sun day morning and evening PRESBYTERIAN Regular morning jnd evenings vlc s at jMorningof the Far Distait Land Text Isaiah 3317 Evening sermon ubjectIt A Sure Guide to a Useful Ltfe Text Psalm 1199m 1 CATHOLIC Regular services will be held next byihenessy HOW TO RELIEVE PAIN Hints on Applying Remedie to Dif ferent Parts of the Body For pain in the chest or side usGheat itiier poultices or counterirritants such as uiustard paste ort mustard leaves ortur ntfne and vaseline For pain in the back an alcohol rubbing with the palmf the hand fs most soothing tb time nerves and equalizes the circulation sty the New York A pain In the throat V often relieved a gargle of peroxide of hydrogen one iablespoonful to a half glass of warm water and used eveVy hour or soak a large handkerchief in alcohol put this around the throat and cover Jt with a dry handkerchief to prevent euporatlngPain in the feet can be relieved u- lmostinstantiyb warm applications of witch hazel or alcohol butt first soul the feet in warm water for fifteen minutes This opens the pores and lets out the dry acids and so absorbs easily any remedy appllecl A painful toothache should be taken to the dentist immediately of course butj where this must be delayed heat also will help this pain Use a hot water bag against the face or soak a pie eot cotton in whisky or brand paiP7For cold clothes rather than warm its cold quiets the cardiac disturbance while heat stimulates v For the i fQt of Indigestion take a pinch of soj p tug4ass of water For severe Intes nTtf pain that is In tb otIinallj apply the fiot water bag H Howto Cfijn a White Straw Hat Tile followuig materials are needed 161 cleaning a white straw hat say S the Cleveland Plain Dealer White soap a quarter of a pound oxalic add 5 cents worth hot water sufiicient to entirely cover the hat A lather is made ofwhite soap This Is put in a flat bottomed utensil large enough to admit the shape without Burling up the lbrlP The ha Is scrubbed the way of straw until quite clean rinsed first In clean wnter In Qrdrto free It from the soup and second in a solution of oahId acid and boiling water to bleach it The hat Is then put In tb air but not In the suntodry An other method especially good for Panama Tuscan and Java as well as whlte straws Is to make a solution o one and ahulf teasrtoonfuJf of am monla to twoj quarts of boiling water Dip the hat ii the solution i SprinklG sulphur overit Soap wen with a null brush and scrub the hat dipping the brush very frequently Into the water Rinse in tepldi water and dry In the air How to Tint Photographs For coloring photographs use water color paints hind either red sable r camels hnir brushes says a corre spondent of the New York Globe The former are more expensive and the camels hair makes an excellent substi tute For platinum prints one can Use paints thntare semitransparent One colorist whom I know has hid ex NewJpneoloraFQr desirable to use transparent paints such for example as the Acme watercolors These do not fade readily They are cake colors The least ex pensive water colors are the Japanese that come in paper sheets A small piece of the sheet put In water imme diately liquefies These cost only 75 cents a book and a book will lost for months imleBsVno does a large amount of coloring f L CARE OF THE TEETH How to Inrush Them Properly and Save Dentists Bills To have pretty strong teeth 1301 should be an important matter to all women and if through neglectas a hild discolorntibiis and tilling are in idence the problem is n difficult one Of nil the rules fllHL regulations laid hown by experts 1ud all the powders and washes on market or to bo made at home none is so important aS- egular care If a child has been roUght up to bruh her teeth regulurI ly and often and coritiuiies wntl less and bleaches hre expc tedinlai or years to makerup for hICk of at tention in tb pat aI often in the present Astonishingly few persons know how to brush their teeth This seem a remarkably statement butane may demonstrate Tt tho next tm a brusfcj Is used It is rubbed across the teeth Instead of up anti dovn and a inojv ments thought will show that rubbing across will clear tlje middle or tint surface but the edges or curves are left absolutely untouched runs an article In the New York Telegram The iuo lion should always be from the gums down to the tips on the upper jaw and from the gums up on the lower Ir this way and this way only are parti- esd removed from between the teeth and the whole surface gon over Add ed to thisdental flpss should be used soft coarse silk drawn back and forth between thatis at the base briinglng Qut too small or oc far In fot any brush to reach Floss should be used after each meal and al billrsnve tJI S way How to Buy Good Bananas When you are biding bananns youH purchn the long thin onqsunless want fruit which will pucker your mouth No matter Bow delI ripened these thin bananas are they will n ways be found both sour and acrid This Is because the bunch cpiitntaing them was packed too soon The ba nana grows faster at first in length When It has reached Its fullest devel opment In that direction it stiddjcnly begins to swell and in a few days will double ltgirth tis at the end of this time that the banana Is ripened naturally and the effort of the banana importer Is to have the fruit picked at the last moment and yet before the last ripening tins progressed even enough to tinge the bright green of the fruit with yellow A difference of twentyfour hours on the trees at this time will inake a difference in the weight of the fruit perhaps 25 per cent and nil the difference In Its final flaVor between a puckdry sour and the sweetness and smoothness which are characteristic of the ripe fruit How to Care For Evening Slippers Cloth top sUppers sllotilqbe well whisked each time ut er and an occasional cleansing with naphtha or gasoline will keep thjlm clean says the Washington Star H Evening slip pers In pastel shades of kids r in silk or satin may be readily cleaned with an erasure known as art gum that is used by illustrators Qf course either uiaphtha or gasoline Will clean these soiled slippers Those made of bronze leather gilt or gold cloth mustbe cure fully handled to prevent tarnishing and should be painted with a liquid bronze or goldns soon as they begin to look dull V9 eh touched with this brightener It Is vest to haye tile slip pers fitted over trqes then the cloth f1romwrInklesbe retained V How to Renew Smelling SaltiJ Smelling salts can be made to last for years it fresh spirits arc poured over the palls of salt romtlme to time so as to keep up the original strength of the mixture Miiny peo ple use spirits of ammonia in thiiconnection but a still more ppwerfnl specific be found in A combination of thT tpirit wltlr oil of lavender4Iii the proportion of two parts of the for iier to one of the latter stays WomanV Life In procuring the ammonia how ever care must be taken to avoid choosing arotuatie spirits of ammonia in error the writer whlth It contains preventing from amalgamating with the oil How to Weigh Without Scales iTo weigh without scales remember that ten eggs weight one pound soft butter the Size of an egg weighs one ounce one pint A sugar weighs twelve ounces one quart flour weighs one pound one pint brown sugar weighs thirteen ounces two teacups level granulated sugar weigh one pouud two teacups well heaped A sugar weigh one pound two teacups soft butter weigh one pound one pint liqUid weigh one pound one pint chopped meat weighs one pound How to Make Icing v When making boiled Icing for cake after beating the whites of the eggs and boiling the sugar and water to what you think lathe proper consistency or until it forms a hair when dropped from a spoon pour the sirup little iby little Into the beaten whites beating thoroughly Then place the stewpan back on the stove repeating this process until all of the sirup has been used How to Make Strawberry Meringue Cook one quart pf strawberries in a cupful of Xater wash well and strain through conrse cheesecloth add a cup ful of sugar and boil again until it Is almost ready to turn to Jelly then put n layer of bread In a bowl pour on the hot sirup and serve Ice cold with sweetened whipped cream t r i t t IIt t tlt tIit t itJntf j NEXT i- luesday I c jl J J NOV Bfj 1- OLLS J r r r x OMENH AT6AMand at J u t f 4 P ft r 1 I 1tNTFORCET TO V 91XHow to Destroy Moth Millers If moth millers be found In the ho se be sure and kill them if pos slbl and look carefully for tire eggs or worms In every case where there Is tie slightest suspicion of their ex istejice pour naphtha all along the un der edge of the carpet having the win thllroomne any furniture which may have traces of the noth about it Nothing is cleaner Or niore effective than naphtha but great care must be taken to have the WlIi Iows open that the gas may es cape and there must be neither a fire nor a light in the room for several hours r HoN to Know Time For Contagion Thi following time table should be preserved by every mother as ltsfs often the source of the greatest onjici ety to know whether or not a cliid will laevelop a hisase after having been exposed to Itv Symptoms usually appear as follows Chlckenpox A Fourteenth d- aDiphtheriaSecond d- aMeaslesFourteenth da Mumps Nineteenth da Scarlet sever VrFourtli day SmallpoxTweifth day Typhoid OverTweUtyflrst da- yWhoopln8rjCoughFourteenthaay H0JtcMeasure Shrinkage In CIJth- If jjou wish to find out Just pow much piece of wa h goods Is going to shrank and do no want to waSh it before making up jut off a piece a smallJ sample and laying it upon a white surface mark around It with o pencil then after a thorough washing with soap lay It in the same place on the surface marked You will then have a definite knowledge of the amount of shrinkage How to Have C eLighta okE bright soak lamp wicks In vinegar before using them in a lamp Wash smoke stained chimneys In warm water and soap and rub while wet with vinegar or dry salt They can also be cleaned as may be globes on gas fixtures In warm water and soda and then In warm water ami am monia I f SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN t C L Grundy R R jNo 1 has for malehogMrs J A Cecil ijredericktawnv bredBuflWyandoft lightBrahmasW M Harding Fenwick has pfor sale 4aboutHaving moved to Illinoi i have for I sale 2000 sticks nice tobacco atthe PerkinsMackyille W fi Leachman has for sale one 3 yearold black horse that a woman or child dan drive Sound as la dollar IJ R Walker Rt 1 has for sale some nice seed wheat G T Clements Rt 1 lias for sale two spans extra good workmules J E Derringer Rt 1 hits for siftle 1000 cedar ppst 20c a piece Doing Business Again vi When Ittiy friends thpught Fw about to take leave of this worldonraccount of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes AA Chis holm Treadwell K Yand when it looked as if there was nojhope left J Bitteraanding me I am nor doing1 busuiefis again dailyBestruggIStsJ Successful Revival The meetings which wer conducted itEldW Dick of Bourbon clo last Friday night with nineiascensions to its membership The hurch was otherwise greatly reyiyed rt r L