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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I 4 t J i 1 k lj i j r r V t t rt Xt uuIt r t d DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYI It X VOLUME tLt III ll r SPRINGFIELD l KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 907 r NUMIEA48 u I REPUBLICAN f I i LANDSLIDE I 1 WiHsonand Itepufr V lican State Ticket i Win tiy LirgeJ 1 f Majorities W c McChord Carries A + WaShifigton County im Snial l S n- Maj1rityW T Jarvis Def For State Sena or I Ji HSI6l IN WASHiNGTON COUNTY BY PRECINCTS 1 j L i ITiie velection iijiKentucky yesterday resulted in a Republican landslide Augustus E Willson and t ie Republic can State ticket Win by a majority of fr JThethe chances favoring the Republicans The result for itailroad Co missioner inlthis district is in doubt The friends 4ofCC McChord fear that lie has been defeatedtGT Jarvis Republican nominee defeats Rogers GWein thje fifteenth Senatorial district composed of the L w Bounties of Maiwn Tailor ind Washington his majority being abbut 40 srJW G McChird has won over Butler jjjtibYIa majority qf 19 r F J Jackson Wins rIW9f Jackson Republica i defeats JoKn Barr Democrat for R presenta tive in MariOn county Vp e result in Washington county is asfolIos I SPRINGFIELD NO Eager w LA 115I Willson JM 226 J McChord16L PI Tarlton L 174 RogersGore12J 14 ButlerBarlow W JC McChdrd I t 12 20- L SPRINGFIELD NO 9 llager 1 8 Willson t 81 147- vTarltonGore133 Jarvis i 88 W G McChord J 140 79rSPRINGFIELD NO 1C Hager L 112 WIllson i 139i C C McChod1-4Tar1ton10l 5Gorer 1 131 JvBarlow 122 126 BENDREN 1iger8-I 6 Willson414C C McChord 87 Tarlton Gorei 14i Jarvis U 141 W CMcChord LLBarlow + 137 ylLLISBURG Hager i 90 Wilson17CCMcChifd9 Tarlton l 175 Gore l 93 Jarvis 175t i W C McChord r 100 Barlow J 166 MACKVITiLE- 5Harer 166 Wii1son 122 1 8ITarlton A 11 0 t 1fi Gore l L 168 Jarvis 109 W C McChord we f 1- 69arlow1B 109 KELLY HOP 1r v129WillsonC C McChbrd L 1131 106JWG McChord 1- 46ariowIB f i 91 L MQOkESViLliE V Hager 0 lLt15b 84Ci80Gore84WB arlow86c NORTI Mv 69Willson70TarltonGore47f OJ 70 140WCtMcChB arlow J j128BRUSH GROVEJ ager UiU 52 ilson 1L 165 C McChord lJ 52 it i65 ore56arvis161ciBarlow 156 ITFREDERiCK fWillsonaTarltonJ oret141arvis1WC McChordI148-arlowJB Jp L 92 POTTSVILE Hager 147 ilson Ill 110 C McChordI153ari-tonT ltl 107 Gore I 151 arvisIiB arlowioieU Constitutional Amendment Defeated B la Majority The vote on ine proposed Constitu tional Amendment requ ring voters to pay their prevou years taxes before they are alloWed to qast their votes at a general election record sd a defeat of the prqposftion of c ver a 000 in Wash county Old Counci Reelected In the city election the old ticket waS reelected There vas ho other ticket on the ballot Nines Uaim l A telegram received late this after noon by Hon T Scott Mayesfrom Chairman Hines fth Democratic Slate Campaign C nimittse says that the indicatipns are that tho Democratic State ticket with the xception of Hager and Trimple haye x ron SiSTOCKLA Wins In TvVo precincts and Loses In Three The question as to whether stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highways was vat jd on m five precincts in Kelly Shop and Mack ville precincts the question carried and in Mooresville WUlisburg and Spring field No 8 the proposed law was de feated i Annual Sunday School Convention To morrow The Washington Count y Sunday School Convention in efets at Texas Ky tomorrow Novembe 1 jon t forget the place and doni fail to at tend and bring your family An excel lent program which appe red in last weeks issue of The Sun ill be rendered JoiE Meeting TJie members of the Anerican Society of Equity of washing m county and all others in sympath y withthe cause are requested tp meei at Pleas ant Grove Friday morning at 9 oclock when an important meeting of the So ciety will be tiel4 j i tJ i a1 2 1 bWEDDING ST ROSE CHURCH Mr Roy Smith and Miss Alice Stanford Join Hands In Wed lock Today I The marriage of Mr Roy Smith Jand Miss Alice Blanford was solemnized at the St Rose church this morning ThEt wedding took place at 9 oclock followed by solemn nuptial mass The Very Rev N P Higgin performed the ceremony The ushers were Messrs Leon Blanford and Edward Osbourn Following the ceremony a receptIon was given atthe home of the bride at 11 oclock The bride ajid groom are members of two of the oldest ancLmost prominent families of the county The bride is a daughter of Mr Thomas Blanforda prosperous farmer of the St Rose neighborhood She is a young lady of wide acquaintance and unusual beauty and is universally popular Mr Smith is the sop of MrJ Richard Smith a1 well known farmer on the Lebanon pike He is an industrious young farmer and has a host of friends who will congratulate him on his selection of a fe partner The Sun extends best wishs to Mr nd Mrs Smith LOCAL MANAGER For Telephone Exchange In This County The Cumberland telephone exchange n this city has been made an indapend nt exchange and the management has been put in the hands of Mr Chas Dickerson formerly assistant manager The exchanges throughout the county will also be under the su ervis ion of the Springfield manager Heretofore the Springfield ex hange has been operated as a branch of the Lebanon office but the compa vy has deemed it advisable to operate iq hereafter as an independent exchange Mr Dickerson the nw ma ager s iistantand has made an excellent empl ye of the company He has at all time been attEntivetopIe of Springfield are glad of his promotion Mr F M Edwards manager of the Lebanon office has had change ot the Springfield exchange iMPtiTir D lLEG Is Accidently Shot White Hunting Crows t Capt S M Lawrence freight con ductor on the Bardstown Springfield branch of the L Ni railroad met with a serious accident on last Wednes day which necessitated the amputation of his right leg infFloyd county Ind hunting crpws Hews carrying a shot gun when in some hargingtthpita in New Albany where jt was found necessary to amputate his leg just below the knee Capt Lawrence is yet confined in the hospital and is rec vering nicely from the operation j Pushing The Work r Brick layers are at work with a large force of hands on tne new building be ing erected by Mrs Kate Williams adjoining the store of Grundy Mcln tire on Main sti oct The neW building will beta twostorhr brick and wilL e rapidly pushed to completion i Dunn Smith Onlast Sunday at 930 oclock a m at the home of Rev Garrison pastor of the First Christian church in Dan yule Ky Miss MitJie Dunn and John M Smith were happily united in the holy bonds of wedlocjk After this the i rith1 party drove to the tome of the riae where an elegant dinner was served In the afternoon of the same day the bridal party returned to Mack ville Ky the home of the groom Miss Dunn 13 charming young lady of Bryan villeKy being at present County Superintendent of Garrard county Mr Smith is a promising young man having been cashier of the Farmers tank Maejcville Ky for one year his former Jiome being Burgin Ky Mr Smith has made many friends during the short period he has lived in Mackville Thepeople of Mackville ex end tHeir most hearty congratulations REVGW iYON- DECLINES CALL- ST storatepf Methodist Church 1fit at Central City Rev GoOW Lyon pastor of the Methodist church in this city this week declined a call to the pastorate of the Methodist church at Central City Ky The correspondence relating to Rey Lyons call was conducted through the church authorities who asfwell as the members of the church at Central City were anxious that he accept Rev Lyon is highly pleased with his work in this city and although the salaryattached to then wpositonex ceededj hjs present salary by between 400 and 500 hepositively declined to leave his charge in Springfield Appointed As Delegate Mr W D Claybrooke of this city has been appointed delegate to the Sixth Annual State Development Con vention which meets in Louisville Na yember 19 20 and 21 The conventioh will be composed of the leading men from every section of the State Mr Claybrooke hason tormerocca sions been a delegate to these conven tions and is thoroughly acquainted with the details of the work that is making for a better andtgrander Kentucky An interesting program has been ar ranged One feature of the program will be an address by the Hon C G McChord Chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission and the recently elected Dresident of the National Asso ciation of Railroad Commissioners who will explain the duties of his office and will tell the delecates how the Railroad Commission makes plain sailing be tweeh the shipper and the railroads AJ oEMEETINGI Of f rs day Night November 7o FenIwickvember 7 at oclock Everybody is requested to be present as there will be some very important business tran sacted WM NALLY County Organizer Court Reconvenes Circuit Court reconvened this morning after an adjournment since last Tuesday at noon until after the election Judge IH Thurman is on the bench the petit and grand juries are peiform OtIX1fS DRAWING NEAR Man Gun and Dog Now In Trim r For the Onslaught On the Quail Family Withonly eight more days until the opening of the hUnting season sports men are getting busy with gun and dog preparing for the onslaught Reports are to the effect that the quail family is very prolific this season and that the huntsman who spends a day in the field without burdening him self with game will be all to his lone some self Many farm have been posted against invasion by hunters and sportsmen should be careful n tto tresspass upon this forbidden ground i SERIES OF MEETINGS Being Conducted at Baptist Church This Week A series of meetings began at the Baptist church Monday night and wjll continue until next Sunday night Rev Williams the pastor is occupy ing the pulpit at each service having been unable to fill the place of the Rev W Ljfoorgan of Danville who was toi1ssiness It isnot known yet whether or not the meetings will be continued beyond Sunday night Services every morning at 1030 oclock and every evening at 730 o clock Religious News f Rev GW Lyon closed last weekla reatreviyal at Mayes Chapel in which there were tVenty five conversions and fifteen aUditionsto thechurch Rev Peter Walker ot Mackville assisted in the meeting A protracted meeting will be held at PleasantRun Methodist church begin ning Tuesday night Nov 12 S Rev R H Roe ot Vine Grove will assist the p astor j Rev G W Lyon 1 The topics of next Sundays sermons at th Baptist church will be in the morning Seeing the Uunseen inAf fluti n and at night TheHearh leshF rr 1 Presbyterian church Sunday Nov 10 Sabbath school at 10a m Sermon at 11 am Subject Thy Joy anc Safety of Service Text Philpns 31 Sermon at 7p m Subject The Childlike Simplicity of Conversion Text Matt 183 56 YEARS OF MARRIED LIFE Mr and Mrs Chas Me Elrpy Nearing 80th vr MilePostt Mr and Mrs Charles Rf McElroy celebrated the fiftysixtft anniversary f their wedding in this city Monday The day was quietly spent by them at their horned Mr and Mrs McElroy are both seventyeight years of age and are enjoying remarkably good health for ones of their age They are now looking forward in happy anticipa tiont their diamond wedding ariniverp sary and their many friends both old and young join in hoping that this future Celebration will find them with us as hale and hearty as they now are1 Cattle Eat Dynamite And Die Lebanon Enterprise- As the result of a very unusual acci dent Mr M C Graham last Saturday lost four cows and only after much hard work were three other head saved from death There is a rock quairyoi- Mr Grahams farm about three and a half miles east of this city which is being operated by Mi Tid Estes Friday at noon the several negroes who had been at work during the morning at the quarry came to Lebanon to be present at the Bradley speaking in the afternoon and did not return to work until the following morning During the afternoon while the workmen were away the cattle got hold of a box con taming dynamite that had been left ex posed and ate a quantity of it Soon afterwards they became sick and the following morning four of them died Three other head that ate the explosivp were seriously sick but were saved As quickly as they recovered they went straight to the quarry evidently in search of more of the dynamite Which had made them so deatlysick Mr Graham states that thecattle he lost Were among the finest he lad c ACARDI iH From the bottom of a5 lulliartl thank the friuidvho voted for me andsupportedrne in mv race f hilliState havent one word ofcomplaint tp register against the man who honestly v opposed me Though I tarn defeated Iam not sorry I made the race f 1 have found new friends land theseeachcieis as a bloom ing flower along lifes rough Ithoroughfare test desires of my life from this time on will be to in some wise fepay the friends who assisted me in my race I have had cups more bittertf raised to my lips than t isde ift I haver suffered pinches more terrific juponmy heart be cause of the defeat of friends in the past friends whom L lovedIdearly I ian say in all truth fulness that I have few very few sore spots in my soul Bfns ing one misrepresentation I knpw of nothing connected withY race that will remain withznas an unpleasant memory u While Springfield No 9 and Fredericksburg precincts did not give me anything like ndrmal Democratic majorities Iviuli to here publicly say that I hold rib malice toward any Democrat who vted against me tf am convinced that he will lafer dis cover his mistake though at this time it may be that he honestly believes he did the right thingm withdrawing his support The samemaybe saidof those Dem ocrats in Springfield Nos 8 and 16 who voted against niE Again I thank my frIends for the support given me rfor the ex1 pressions of regret over my defeat and for the encouraging wojrds spoken to me I assure them these things are appreciate Very tfuly N Rogers Gore KNiGmtSOFCOLUMBBS IISpringfield Citizens Initiated Into r Secrets of Order at Lebanon At Lebanon on last Sunday a local lodge of the Knights of Columbus was organized There were fiftyfive charter members initiated ten from Springfield as followsSChas Mclntirej C J Haydon PrJ- C Mudd J L Barber W T Leachc man L B Cain Sam Clements L D Baker Ben D Clements Gep Robert son TEXAS r Mr John B Mattingly of HamxfcM burg visited his sister Mrs James AJ Yaste last week Mr Nate Ward and Miss Gertiet Good eloped to Tellico on last Mopday and were married They arrived atthe home of the brides parents last SaturSday Born to the wire ot Mr TonirBeg ley on the 2nda fine boy=Master Robert Augustus Mr Richard Best and Miss Gertie Coyle were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents n last Thursday evening Miss Coyle is the daughter ofJM Coyle and both are attractive young people Miss Janette Dawson of Springfield was the guet 9f Miss Virgie Ma Sunday 4ftZ e i t j iq f L1 r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN Wrl V I9ItrW lJ 0 1 I MLHI I I I Who sell the Goods are Merchants t whop t lf H I ADVERTISEJn I1 J i i J and Judicious Advertises first study the wants of their Patrons and nthn Select the Best Medium Through which to put I their wares before the public J I t f rti pringM 11 IdT Siln= is recognized as the best paying medium through which the merchants of Washington county acquaint the public with their ffoods the SUN goes into every nook and corner of the couniy jnto the homes of the best people is read by men women and children alike not only becausepof its superior news service coV ring the entire county and giving State T and National news in condensed jform and containing every other feature 6f an upto date country newspaper but because its advertising columns are a safe guide to follow in the purchasing of merchandise M all kinds i per 1 e in T4e S iu d Get Resufts f 116 yc f T TN rll 1 I + Lette From + LJ + jLong lunZ r Wishing tevisit some four kinfojljcs and desiring more be dutiful scenery where we could get neaier the heartjof nature on the morning of the 25thih company with Gracie we started fpr the Big South Fork Gas ey county The morning was a lovely 01 e such as oily October can give We oon passed tie r quiet little village of lice ton and t er beautiful Holiness Camj groundw fYlcalledconsists of nothing but mountains piled up close together in a confused malss not know iPg the fac that beautiful streams arid fertile yall ys dotted with i neat farm houses tread their through tbs interesti gland ty we1passed down to the pur sparkling ers of the Rolling Fork to the mouth the Little South and u 3 that fine little valley with itS churche school houses t rural delivery and telephone lines some Vihalf a dozen miles to the pOintW the 4road a mile asses thr t hereI gap in the knobs wh h is covered riiileon OUrright and eft with ai dense wildernessi which wo Id remind bne of pioneer aiS +hen wili beasts and sldl- f wilder men roamed tl rough the lonely solitude lot Karitucke then we passed down that frock ribbed stream the Big South forsome three miles This isia beautiful Valley wit its broad rich bottom land that can be cultivated for years in succession and still be product = ive this with its beautiful homes fine J people and good roa Is make it a very desirable country to ye in and is third to be the garden spot ot Casey county This land is practical ily stripped of its timber Where only a few years ago large tall trees tov ered up from the sides of these Tiills t ere only remains Ismall stunted growt i The saw mills itthat once die such a vaat amount of work will soon be a hmg PasttLeaving tots stream we up over the hills for a mile vs here we found an old fashion fatm hous nestled down at the very foot pf a tal kno The next day as we rambled tl rougR the woods we found a bjjckeye log tat had been cut ten S earl ago for oorts which r measured fourj fee aiidfour inches Ytlreptiles W itf her JtJi dreaded vup per head infest these nobs One of the fourIon ore e slopes It wouldf be nteresting to know just how it came there Didit slide from the musket of some British or Indians in their raids upon some frontier station 1or as it planted there- during our late unpl asa tness by some of the boys in the b ue or graylIn our ramble we wept to i corp field of some ten acres aWay up ort oneof those knobs several huh dred feet above the level of the valley 3omej of it had been cultivated for seveii years and still pre duces goodcorn but owing to late planting it was n t so hood this year Some of it which had not been cut was almost as green as n August and from it we gathered Sme roasting ears Early frosts and fr jezes1 have but little effect on vegetation on thjis high lain Chestnuts are so very scarce but we gathered a pocke ful from some ofated trees Near tl ic house was a higbV Void point from which onecould get a goad View of the urrounding country andiunder a favorable un with the utmost stretch of theh ey the rugged hills of far off Ptilaskii crn be seen so we in duced Gracie and another lady with a baby to accompany us It became nec essary for the y nter to carry this youngster up this mountain which we safely did but il was amusing to see the girls scranible and pull up the mountain side We all ehjoyed the sight butsthe ibay who seemed very indifferent to the s urfoundmgs As we stood upon this let mal rock which for countless ages ha watched the events of the mighty pai t and is still keeping Ward over the on and progress of civilization and lookaout upon the valley of the Fork Wl iich for unnumbered centuries has flOi ed through its walls of granite and clay we saw beautiful homes well tilled fields burdened with ripened gram and razing stock and at our feet lay the upland hula carpeted with blue grassy studded with pleasant groves land in the Background towered the knobs which had by some mighty t S I I upheaval 4the past been piled ttogeth er by an Almighty hand now cov erect wipi many tinted 1ut which showe the handiwork of Creato In thcs physical world one o Occasion allyoccupies such a high 3osition but inythe apiHtual realm we can obtain aid continually hold mchvantage round and from such a point only get a proper view of the world and our surrounding s to say nothing of the futile attacks of the enemy and ir increased powers for doing good n returning we found a good dinner ready after which we prepared to start home On leaving our kins woman rave us four large sweet potatoes of the white va riety which she has kep and planted for thirty years While oming home Gracie almost accused its of stealing a large fine pumpkin which we wanted for seed that lay in a conspicuous place in one of those rich Fork bottoms but we afterward easediour conscience by asking for it On last Monday some of our neigh bors heard and saw something unusual for this country The noise seemed to come from the unlimited space above On looking up they saW four distinct flocks of wild geese all going in regular marching order which contained all told from a hundred and fifty to one seventyfive and one of this number was pure White High above all earthly objects were these heavenlywandei ers yet their instinct was guiding them toward a warmer clime Mr Will Elliott has been5 quite lucky of late f While cutting a tree for logs on Mr peprcre Mayes farm he found one hundred pounds of good honey in a poplar tree on another farm lie found seventyfive pounds and on jstill another sixtypourids Corn is selling for2 0 per barrel and is hard to get at that price and in Boyle it is worth 290 My Best Fricn Alexander Benton who l ves on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kings New Discovery is my Best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also per formed a wonderful cure of incipient consumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the iother symptoms Left one by one until she was per fectly well Dr King New Discov erys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by Haydon 8r Robertson Druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free THE SUN 1 J How Impurities n Milk and Butter May be Detected The housewife has at her command cant means for npreventing food de terioration except by the free use of ice She may however by a very sins pletest satisfy herself as to whether or nqrvthe milk she buys contains pre ser attv sl sitys the Kansas City Times The directions for making this test are grven by Dr W M Cross city chemist r Kansas City The substance most frequently used to preserve milk said Dr Cross is formaldehyde This fsn dangerous poison and even when used only in minute quantities will injure the health of infants Its presence In milk may be detected by the following means FIJI a wineglass or other smali glass receptacle half full of the milk to be tested Potrr upon this a small quail tity of sulphuric acid not the chemI- Ca11y pure acid but the grade known as commercial This acid may be floated ton the milk without their glassIThen hold the glass of milk and acid to the light If where the two fluids come In contact there is a violet line formaldehyde is undoubtedly pres ent If the contact line Is dark brown or black It Is safe to conclude that the milk Is free from the preservative The united States departnient of ag methodlotJudging dairy products would dowell to remember It is at once simple and sureIn the kitchen the test may be conducted as follows Using as a source opt heat an ordinary kerosene lamp turned low and with the chimney oft melt the sample to be testeda piece the size of a small nutin an ordinary tablespoon hastening the process by stirring with a splinter of wood Then Increasing the heat bring to as brisk a boll as possible and after the boil Ing has begun stir the contents of the spoon thoroughly not neglecting the outer edges two or three times at In tervals during the bolting A gus flame If available used perhaps more conveniently thanI a kerosene lamp- Oleomargarine and renovated butter boll noisily sputtering more or less like a mixture of grease and water when boiled and produce no foam or very little Renovated butter produces usually a very small amount Genuine butter bolls usually with less noise and produces an abundance of foam The difference In regard to foam is very marked as a rule Rarely a but ter Is found which yields an uncertain result a I t II tlJ t i1w r Lakes Overfiowers No 70144acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barrio 50 acres of fine bott land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber Price 60 per acre INo 74125 acres on good pike 1 mile from school close tv church 4 miles from Springfield good Giroom dwelling good stock barn 50x60 feet pIentyof water plenty Of locust post all farm in grass fine a at 2250 per acre No 75 277J nacres in J mile of Springfield on pike 2 hew toV bacco barns 1 small house a stable plenty of grass and water One of the finest farms in Washington connty cheap T No 76 114J acres 6miles from Lebanon on good pike g 6 room dwelling 2 goodba s all outbuildings all farm in grass30 acres orchard grass well watered under good fence 55 per acre 10No 80138 acres 6 miles f Springfield J mile from ike 5 room 2 hall dwelling in good repair good barn some good timber plentyofNo 1160 acres 5 miles from Le non 5 miles from Snagfield on good pike 9 room dwelling in excellent repair good ten ant house 3 stock barns one 40x60 feet pknly of grass fine to= bacco la id all necessary outbuildings well watered under goodly fence 9ce 50 per acre No 8215 acres 10 miles fromSPringfieldon good pike 3 miles from depot 8 room frame m repair g dstock barn r2 good orchards one peach and one apple plenty of timber plenty offineNo 8316714 acres 7 miles fromSpringfield Ijnilei from good road3 room dwelling in good repair barn holds 4 acres of tobacco t 75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacco landplentYot 0 Gusts good fence plenty of water Price 2OjOO V rNo 87 70 acres 3 miles from Springfield J mile froinpike5 room dwelling in good repair good barn plenty of water good iifence Price 30 per acref No 88114 acres 1 mile from Mackville mile from pike ft room dwellIng 40 acres of grass 60 acres of fine tobacco land good tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre i No 89202 acres 2 miles North of Springfield 10 acre tobacco barn 7 room dwelling plenty of water all the aroundPlentY of grass good fence good stock barn Oneof best tobacco farms iri the county Price 75 per acre I No9026O acres 8 miles from Spnngfield 9 room brick dwell lring in good repair farm well fenced 2 goodbarns1will house 12 acreS of of first bottom sec om one of the best tobacco farms in the county plenty of grassall the opdjpikeB D LAKE 1Springfield J = 11 THE BEST BUSINESSSCHOOLON shortesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL BUSINESS gives a complete course in thIS lat and most uptodatesystem of Actual Practice in graduatedSchool e Lyonorf r- r I i I if L I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1907 J 3 IBATTLE t 0 Hansford Moore Jbpught of James Votaw a small farm price 00 iest Hallow bought af G W one cow price 38 J M Divih and Jame Moore at tended Jack Chinns sale Will Moore of the firm of Votaw Moore is erecting a new dwelling house in Battle on main stieet next to his stote house G W Yonng and wife v sited Eras tus Harlow and family Thur day HattLev Bakerbought of Les ter Perkins one family mare price 125J W H PatteronOne of the leading merchants of Cornishville has adver tised his stock of goods a id property forsale at cost He is g oing outof business t PJohn Roberts of Rose lill was in trJohndog swap last week Mitt n getting a dollar to boot If you peop e have any over flush bring them airoun Andrew Divine cauht eight opossums one night last week Miss Willa Ruby ofj Will isburg has a music class at S Tf Robe ts Mr and ftjrsr Erne t I arlow and daughter Miss Willa ivis tedG W Young one night lastweek Robe tGuUeyof BD nei stown yis ited relatives in this corn unity this week George Best of Ariden on county visited George YoungtSat rday night arid Sunday I Mr arid Mrs ChariieRu yare visit ing Mr Harry Shewmaker near Bards town this week Mr and Mrs Dave fatherly visited John A Watts of Grape vir e Tuesday Rev Sims filled his riegi lar appoint II irient at Battle Sunday Mr John Gary betteil known as Un cle Johnnie has moved to ornishville Uncle Johnnie has seen the frost of eightyfive winters but s hale and hearty He settled on aim on Glens Creek in early life and foa lived there these many years this b sing his first movecIANarrow Isca el3 IG W Cloyda met af of P1unk q1had a narrow esca e four years ago when he ran a jimsbn bur into his thumb He says UTbetd ctor wanted to amputate it but would not consent I bought a box of Puik lens Arnica Salver arid that cured fte dangerous wound25c at Haydon Robertson Druggists MAUDb Mrs E ETTWakefieldand daughter Miss Maryj were in Blpoir field Friday afternoon I Judge H B Sheudle wife and i daughter Miss Nellie wfe the guests of Mr H F Shehan an family last Week nMissanon j IbA Juvenile Missionary Society was orga izedby the young pe pIe of Camp Qround church Saturday a ternoon Misses Bessie arid Rox e Wakefield were in Bloomfield Friday Mr and Mrs E E WQ efield enter tained the following at nner Thurs day Rev and Mrs R P Baird Rev JTHEtpers1y1 Corrm neriL7lWe-ekly CourierJournaU 150- iWeekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 7 160 Weekly Cincinnati er 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution Vt 175 SemWeekly St Louis It public 1fl SemWeekl St Louis Globe Democratlj 17 Jl World 175 Hotne and Farm12Agriculturis 175 7American Epitomist 150 American Farmert 150 Breeders Gazette 1 225 Country Gentlentan3 1 200 Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside175 Review of Reviews32 5 1 Magazine28Scribners Ledge Monthly J 175 Magazine 435 4Barpers Weekly435 Sunjiv 150 THE DilL Kentucky state Journal lacorporaled Published at the Capital of The State Contains besides the Associated Press dispatches of the news of the State and world full reports of the Court of Appeal the doings f the tate admjnis newsf400 PER ANNUM L11NADVANE WPi WALTON Frankfort Ky Sf Sun u both ckJ and DailyS 4 r S 0 Pollett and Mr and Mrs Will Duncan Qrug4terMiping Saturday v Misses May and Norrh Bodire spent several days last week ith M Guile Aniold at Maple Hull jr UsiThe protracteli mee ng which has been in progress at Camp Ground rlosedF1rldflYMr Stanley Van dale pfHa r dodsburgfield several days last w ekJ RUy JW Conkling s ent last week with friends here Miss Jennie Dupcanj of Bloomfield spent a few ek with Miss Narjcy Shehan jo Mif and Mrs W P S ehan were the guests of Mr Richard butt and family 4t Springfield Monda Mr and Mrs Carol Ai len and son of Bopmfield were the g uests of rela- veshere Sunda jLf tIe Miss Nellie R VT Jliddel of Springfield who has be fi visiting rela tivet here for the past f iw weeks re tiirn4ed home Saturday Hpw to Clean and Fill Lamps f V Ir iLjjmps like grate fins are still adsnilr for their pictur sque qualities ilksri1te the modern luEiinarles ofias nhdjelectriclty To clean alamd one luster is neces sary for the stapd arcl one for the chimney and globe a lanp mop an ola p hairfi fler oil and a liftle bristle brush Lamps should always jbe attendee by daylight to avoid acct t ThQiatb rials should be kept aj arJ on n count ol the odor of the oil For thifreason Itjis wise to spread a piece bfoLlcl th on the table says the Rochester Her rd Proceed with thecle nin in this or ddr First remove a nddust lobe yvhshing it when necessary suconrl dust nnd polish chlmhie sv using flj wool en chimney mop or a stick with Ja pad Io f chamois leather a the end third reinovfe and dust tlie frame urtht dust and brush any Charred rraefofcharred particles and leave it fevenj turning the wick up just above the level of the burner vhile attejmling to it afterward lowering it to prevent the oil from poziug ipi t sixth fill the reservoir to within ha f an inch from the fop adding ahlmJof sajt the size of a walnut as tljis P oclu a bettor light seventh wipe t Ie pil from the burner with t ntH qUit free from grease eighth if tie stand is of brass polish It with al duster wcshing Itjoccasionally with sur milkJemon uice or vinegar anl water if of ronze rub it with little vaseline then polish it with a ust r if n a it may be cldaned with water OJchi If kept cnrefuU t d sted chi require only occasions I washing this purpose put li1 tie ammonia in 1thEWater not soapsud s and allow the chimneys to drain unt dry as drying with a cloth causes a daubed appear nce rran inch air space should ahyays allowed at the top of the reservoir to allow for expahsioi of the oil when h t c1unq to pred t the oil from oozing through the me uth of the re er volr1 The oil should be poured from janibii filler i1Occasionally the ibur ncr should be jal owed to boil in a ttle soda water then rubbed clean a id dried with a s oft cloth V i How to Cqre Tor Gowns DofYOU know ho to hangyqpr gown up properly It Isnt wear that ails your best gown wjien It disap pOints you in hpjdini a goodr appear ance through the s asonwhen you dontiiing1t right Its a sort of passe look rthnt makes you think you were mislead in the quality 9f the goods an you paid the price r something firE t rate every wp nan basn long gown trunk ora gonn box in whi to pit her garments loosely placed and BPnp creases ensue The average wp maii hangs her skirts and wairtsianii hoOk in a chest aric spoils their a pearance in short o tIer To obviate this get some coat burgers just onli nary coat hangers ays the Chicago News Slip the curv I bar Inib the tip of your skirt and hang the long wire hook on the hook ifi the closet Hag trour waist the sum way The bur will jhold the buck nnd front straight out iDo this afl4 you will be surpri by tie quite Jiejv Ip k of your ski L and waists for ajMong yhile They will year better todtsojt pays all arouj d to spend a little money for coat har j ersland then to use them j DontPay lilo y to jbb divorced froin your append1 There will be no occasion y m keep your bowels regular with Iij Kings New Life Pill Their action fs SOlg ntle that ha peldix never h JU cause to mate th least conptii t Guaranteed by Ha on Poberts6ri Druggists 25c Try them lwOOOOOOOOO aI ONE IDOLLAAYEAR OOOOGOCXX OOOOQOOOOOOOOOOCXi OQOooooCJoOOIi 1 i TH PROBLEM tiF SLEEP lHowen is spent in sleep there are few compira vly speaking who know how Ito e properly says How to Live It is surprising to one who has ben aught better to see how many retire to badly ventilated stuffy bedrooms Ithejoyo not know how to sleep put oi- lothingc imsuited tq the function pf the skin curl up under eiderdown quilts and smother their heads in feather PHI ws They partake of late suppers of richly concocted dishes arid turn night ihto day Then when they reach a condition where sleep no longer comes to them they compiling as if everybody but themselves wer0 to blame and take medicine to quiet tife nerves The bedroom should bwell veptl Jated and there should be no heydrapery or dust collecting ornaments The mattress shpuld be hard the linen fresh the pillow hard and flat The covering should consist of a woolen blanket and one should learn to sleep under much less covering tallis Usually considered necessary he- ightn garment should be of loose texture The sleeker should lie at hull i of tlie bed and onthe rilitide with the hea l but slightly raised B y following these1 directions the sl wilKbe refreshtug arid one will awakW r 1Lackin careworn faces tied nerves and in Wnh9urssufficient for the Average person pro vided the above biiditions have been observed The habit of throwing the tjhekneesIng the face In the pillow should be carefully avoided A nap if takien during the day shcjuld be of the brief est duration It 18 better to throw oneself on thecduch prone on the back for ten or fifteen minutes onjcfe or twice a tIny and simply lie at ease with worry banjshed for the time As a rest fpr overstrained nerves andf weary frames it is far more beneficial than the after oon nap which often whichIat night How to Banish Flies To getriil of flies allowed to slip 1rto a house through the carelessness of servants despite screens on windows and doors is onie of the problems or a housekeeper Xo effort should be qqh sidered too grent to accomplish this exodus for tl1QI insects are a menace In their posjsibilUies of carrying poison und disease and should be exterminat ed If it is convenient to darken a room the Work is quite simple Tie blinds dark curtain should be drawn until tile room is gloomy except forj a little crack of light at an open win l11iout through the bright crack left Tjiis naturally takes some hours however A homemade poison that acts like a harm is good to use vhen there are children as it is hot hurtful to iu mans and little if any harm will tee s auitl powsboiling for three minutes a half pintjof milk two ounce of black pppahclour ounces of sugar This should be pooled pour d into Saucers and plaqecl about tile room Its strength will not last for more than three days I How to Clean Curtains J Take down the curtains shake and brush well getting out all the dust froui tiie gathers fluting etc Prepare a quantity of good wheat bran put it into a large pun and place before fire to dry stirriiig with the haiids frieqUeiiUy Afterward if the curtafus are pftsjlk mix iCh the bran an eclihldigocultainsjpiece a sprinkle with bran a handful ati a time Next with to bit of flannel rub the bran round and round ou the material letting it resC before brush ing off As you proceed take cleian bran and flannel ancl the curtains will become much brightened and im proved In appearauce says Woman Life If glazed chint curtains are often cleaned in this way they rill not require washing fpr a long time They neVer look the same after beng washed f How to Transfer Pictures Take asmall cheap brush and a1littie bottle of ordinary turpentine the picture you wish PO transfer with the turpentine and blpt r BO that the ink willnotun Turn the face of the picture down on paper yjon wish to transfer it to and rub the en tire surface quitehard sinopth instrument and the tlimSfef is coin plete It can be transferred on fabric jas well as upon paper if it little care vlsv tAken rlIIsrecle Is excellent for transferring designs on wood for py rograhy or scroll saw work l t How to Act In a Emergency If poisoned take mustrtrd or salt tablespoon In a cup of warm water and swallow right soon For burns and a wet bandage too trTbora If blistered and dry flannel will do For childrens convulsions warm bath arelthe rulefWith castor oil dose too but keep the head cool Give sirup of Ipecac when croup Is Inl store Fpr fainting stretch patient right ulrttc n LTpRemember theSe rule3nd twill save you mush pain I v 1 L DrW F Triisty1 Practical I DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Ail O 4ffice 4BInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable tIt HyattOffice SPR1NGFIELD KENTUCKY 4 OFFICE HOURS I J to 9 a m to o p m MuddtSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYL 4 fOFFJCE OVER CJ HAY NS DRUG STOREI Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 p- DWWRay M PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Haydon Robertsons Drug Store Office phone 115 Residence phone 172 5 tifii LAMPTON M SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 MISS lILA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES DP49iNight 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW 1t Springfield Ky Washingtonndand Federal Courts id C McCHORD V ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE IATTYATLAJW Springfield Ky WRshlngnndeals i Wi E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky aSashingtonnd MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWyERI KyiOffice in Robertson Building Will practice in the Courts of Wash theCothtS M CAMPBELL t AUCTIONEER v specialtyHWillable TPhone 84 JOHN Y MA YES Pflaeral Director And Licensed Embalmeij SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rBest Attention Every courtsey shown t Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robei Telephone Day li Night 74 CLUBBING RATE WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES V The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 7G The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week s i- xmonths2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 iOi t4tSiiisSsSiijisi SI IB DM LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL IIESTATe i No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield goofr dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Pricey15 per acre IIs1 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good willing good tOschoolhouseNo 4255 acres threerood barns two dwe1lingsPJefttyJt grass All thefarm ready for the plow per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf j14prNo 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber tyo houses one barn that will hold ten ares of tobaccowell fenced 4ff No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good timber ple1tygooqtobacco land good bath fine orchard good large fine dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 per acre No 16196 acres 7 miles from Spring eld on gaod pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plentyof water Price 30 roomdwelling bottomlandNo 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room dwelling two tobaccobarns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of icehouseIipgtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard SOan acre JnSpringfieldNo 23139 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile plentyofNo 25248 acres 2J miles from Spnngfield 8 room dwelling barn50x60year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room brick dwelling fine smallbarnrest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of tbe nicest homes in coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land wellfencedty for a home Cheap VBlselJof grass Cheap No 361 House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 3180 acres six miles from Sprin field on good pike DarnWell9 40Fifty acres four room dweUin well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 4L220 acres seven miles from SprngfieltJ eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing pring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Three quarters of a mile from school and cl urch Price 45 per acre easy paymentI No 45164 acres one and from Springfield good am all dwellingsmall t barn 36 x 36 well wat redplentYLof locust ppsts onehalfmni acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from pike 25 acres of tobaccoJandNo47r76 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings pne tenacre tobacco barn small stablersom 2 timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 Springfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty yater Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 32 per acre No5i152 acres 4fcmiles from Bloomfield on good pike in I c4unitytobacco All in grass fine orchard School miles Now te land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre fNo 53Agood investment in city property on Main street 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues No 552QO acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling tobacco barn holds 12 acres of tobacco plenty grass Farmsit iuated in one of the best neighborhoods in county Oneof the best farms in county Whole farm will raISe tobacco 75 per acre lo 57163 acres 3 milesNorthof Mackville on VilliSbUrgPike landrt No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 Vcre tobacco barn good stable milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 6030 acres 3 mile from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15 000 No 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good sto k barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco lar nleriEy of water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson count y Price 50 per acre No 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 roorii dwelling new 8 acretobacco barn with metal roof good granary 10 acres of bottomland Plenty of locusts 75 acres of fine toaccoland Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acres No 66iSO acres 8 miles from Springfield mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tim bdr 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All in grass Price 20 per acre y No 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre No 68180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land fine tobacco lard Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre 0 D1 Lake Springfield tIIt SsSSSSlSSSSSp i r r fi i i I S4 III THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1907 c tOIS J J r i Jo Consicerf i J In buying a Stove or Range dojri3t be foo1ed youtIside appearance Some of the most sitW Steves are poorly construct d of the most itiferfOT mater alsandIwill not stand hare use T 1gbuy dlreclrom n ne but reliable rnanufacturers l-rL r IT t Se o r fMa1eSic Steel Ranges and 1 IE ectric Cast Ranges ItI A Met lint of HEATING STOVES to select from 1 I SHULTZ MCELROY i I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESp AY l SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR I In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and ubHsner 1tered at the I MVJ1JLH1 atpnngeld Ky for trarismission t ough mails as seconaclass matt r r TERMS OF1su SCRIP ION One Year H noo B1xMonthsJ ro 25 BfTn writing to have your add ess changed alwaT s postoffice to whic your paper is going asweUas the t which you sent r MclNTIRE Married on th j 30th of 0 tober at St Josephs church j Bardst wn Miss HattieNallieanMr Twim n Keene Miss Nally is the daughter of Mr Tom Nally formerly of this county but now of Nelson county white the groom is a son of Mr Frank Keene of this place 4 Soon after the ceremony tie happy coupe repaired 10 the hoII1jof the grooms parents where a supper awaited them just i few of their intimate ffiend beiag present Mr Walter Wheatly and Mr Paul Keene were the attendan is May health happiness and prospe ty attend them is the wish of the writ r Messrs Thomas Wheatly nd Rich ard Blanford were in Lebanbr Monday Miss Hattie Nally of Louis yule at tended the lKeneNany weeding last week i t Mr Fred Edlen vof Mead county is visiting relatives here Mr Ben Cecil has returned from a business trip to Union county Mr Manny Allen wife and little son Jesse were the guests ot Mr Alveys sister Mrs LessieSpaulding Saturday and Sunday last Mrs Walter Riddle land little daugh ters Louise ahd Geneva of Sp rinKfield visited friends here recently Mr Tom Kidwell sold to Wj t OBry an Cofive threeyearold si eers for wnich he paid 4c and 5c Mr Thos Greenweirsold to the same company two threeyearold steers for he same price f Ernest the little sortof 0 Hie Bor dowsis dangerously iu of pneumonia Mr Tom Newton who las been working at the carpenters tr ide here for the past month was calls 1 to his home at Blincoe lastweek by he seri ous illness of his wife We are sorry to say she isnt any better at his writ ing Those from this placpwho attended theKeeneNally reception last Sunday were Mr Wat Wheatly and sis er Miss Lula Miss Ehima En or Miss Flora Keene i Mr Paul Keene MrJ Joseph 1t Wheatley All report aj good time Mr John Hendren of Gassburgvis the gupstrof Mr JCsor and fami ly jMrrredericktowri was mingling with old fr ends here last week U Mr Rich Mudd has erected a new house and will move his family some time in the near future Mr iVilliani Mudd has sold his farm to his son Dr Charen e Mudd and will go 4Springfield where he intends tp locate for the present The Timber Supply j Will SoonB Exhausted ashingtpn tw years the timber I1ife- dStateson suppljservesrlnd private holdings ht rate of cutting will be exhausted t This announcement w s made today by Gifford Pinchot this Governmf fpresJtier jvgho has just r a sixmonthsr inspection inp on which he traveled iffOOO miles In sounding hiswarm Mr Pinchot situationshouldthat the United States t ses more tim countryand thePlolicy nrturalwho has not already do ne so to read President Roosevelta speech at Mem phis on this general subje it About onefifth of the forest area jof serv1sbutfact that as priyately owned timer lands are better than thji Government reserves as a general rul the Govern ment does not control oiiefifth pf the timber supjly The fore t servi e will ask Congress for more mcney and more men in order to extend tl e service will push the work of rj for sting the denuded timber lands President Roosevelt experts to cltl a conference in Washington shortly pif Governors of States and experts in the study of natural respurc js The conference will be for the p urpose of de veloping ntiment in favor of the Administrations policy of locking Into the future and into the matt r bf conserv ing the natural fesourcesj sich as timber coal oil gas an he various minerals Wants Chicago To aobcrUp 11 Chicago Nov3uCI s e he saloons for ten days and Chic an opportunity to get soberlirLonce hvlts seventy years of life sail Miss Marie C Brehm President of the W C Tly Grand I ejaculated 250 delegates to the white ribbon conyentio i Miss Brehm is really ini earnest and the plan is to be seriou ly put up to Mayor Busse She says that if Buss doubts that Chicago wiU want to sta dry after a tenday trial he has only tp accept her invitation to prove her worJs Miss Brehm does not say how she ex pects Mayor Busse to ac omplish the Wholesale closing of Chicagos thirst parlors hilt leaves the pr blem to the Executive to solveinhis w adomt NAVAL MYSTERIES Nr Vesselsof the United States Th t Have Disappeared Curious disappearances and accidents 0 our warships characterized the earl ais oy of our navy and in spite of all fPartmenttoeo Them areas absolute mysteries to day as when they happened hen the government uutlt ten new gunboats to prosecute the war against Tripoli Jn 1S05 they were seritlour as oonas they rwerfi finished and before were named Each one was giln- a niimber and dispatched to the seat of thewar Xo 7 sallied from New York July 20 1SOu under the command of Lieutenant Ogelyle ahd after she ciear ed Sandy Hook light she was never heard frfm again She wept down all on board before she had even beei j named A most extraordinary accident was that whfcfi happened to tbe cdrvet Mo nongahela at Santa Cruz in 1SG7 While at anchor in the harbor a tremendous tidal wave lifted her upon its crest and carried her clean over the town Frederichstadt and back again withloiit injuring the town or the boat to aTay great extent The reediiig- waslan4ed her oh the beach instead of iu the deep water of the harbor and it cost our government 100000 to float her again Fully as strange was the fate of the sloopot ar TVateree She was anchored in tbp harbor of Arlca Peru jin 1SG8 when a huge tidal wave swept inland and flooded the whole city The wave carried the sloop sev eral miles inland and finally landed her in the midst of a tropical forest It was impossible to release her front such a peculiar position and the government Sold he for a nominal sum The purchasers turned the vessel into a hotel and the remains of that once formidable war vessel loomup in tha tropical fofest today as a monument to the power of tidal waves Among the other cases of disaster which are attributed to the violence of the waves or weather there is none more interesting than that of the strange fate of the Saratoga When- she sailed from Philadelphia in Octo Capiior handsomer war vessel afloat That she was as formidable as she was at tractive was soon demonstrated in a practical way After cruising around a short time she captured three British vessels in succession and then with her prizes she started to return to Philadelphia but off the Delaware capesshe encountered a British ship of the line As the Saratoga earned only eighteen guns and the Intrepid was a seventy four gun ship Captain Young considered It safer to run away The enemy did not chase her far but theBrItlsl1away in the very teeth of a storm and she was never heard from again I SPRAINS AND DISLOCATIONS How They Can I Be Treated at Home by Simple Methods Sprains are by no means to be rei garded lightly The medical profession considers a sevjere sprain to be worse than a broken bone for the bone ma terial will together more readily than a sprained ankle will regain Its normal usefulness The ligaments ha ebeeIiseer h twisted and stretch ed in a strain and it is fiajd tp reach them for treatment The best and most soothing treat ment has proved tobe hot water If possible place the injured joint in wa ter as hot as can be borne and keep it hot by adding hot water to it contiliu ally iBays the London Mall Then wrap lit in cotton wool and bandage it firwlYsQ as o prevem any movement of the joint for rest isone of the es sentials in theVtreatment Pf sprains so as to gh etbe stretched ligaments a chande to get back to their normal con dition To cure perfect rest toll sprained ankle or wrist It is necessary tp put stiff splmts round It If t eregiar Wlihts are not avail able use anytiilhgvJike stiff cardboard or break up gTciigrfr box Into narrow strips about an h wide these pveriiall the coti1bandaglng after the Jbini has been In hot water for about an flour bind them firmly with a mus lin bandage and leave thOrn so indefi uIteyrIt fakes several weeks sometimes as many as six weeks fora sprain to re cover It ls =best to have the joint ele vatd If It is an ankle that Is injured the person should have that foot on a stojal when sitting anti use crutches when walking for unless a srfrain properly at first there will a lhe4JS be more orJless trouble with It atlon demands Immediate at fen lonas the Joint dislocated should be Replaced immediately Into its sock et Before thetlubricating fluId which Is lnall becomes dry and the liga ments themselves stretched beyond ther usual distance Most dislocations lire best left until medical aid can be obt1th ef7lt this Is possible but cool cloths should be placed on the part to prevent Its becoming feverish Have a basjfn of cold Water near with several clOths in It Wring the water out quickly so that it will not drip and first one then another cloth to tlieldislocatlpn In all accidents try to maintain cool ness keep tip the courage of the pa tient and do not show too much sytor patlly as it Unnerves the sufferer and mnjes him think It Is worse than it is By keeping a cool head you can do morje than if you go Into hysterics or wedp or stand up and wring your hai ds In a helpless way and by doing the e foolish things you will inevltably make matters wbrse v HAMLETS TOMB f t The Memorial at Elsinore Is a stan ing Joke The English pressmen t aveling in Denmark have been taken lo Elajnore They looked hI vain for its wild and 9attIymeittwherenot that these poetic scenes haye van ished They never were extant On the other hand says the Pali Mall Gazette our confreres saw the totnb of Samlet must haye consoled fbem unless thjjy were so irijudieious t to ask Questions and for nibst it Ijad the chalrm of surprise also That ofIkaowii But theres no doubt about t for guileless persons who believe th evidence of their own eyes If trie crss is broken and the inscription nearly effaced those effects of age go to prove its authenticity If proof can jbe needed The record of fuV year i1sois lost but we still trace the day pf the month Oct 32 which harmo nizes with the well knowii eccentricity of the deceased in a very pleasing manner Some worthy souls Danish as English stafdlngtloned bythe municipal authorities ulgarpefonloyesity they conclude deciplaturl No harm comes of the jest and some easy laugh ter Hans Andersen who told so many fables left an account of this He went toschoorat Elsinore in the twen lest1tld thirties of the last century The precious tomb had not been Invented or thought of then But at this port the famousi sound dues were col lected and every vessel had to stop at Elsinore They were British most ly and skippers passengers even drew says Hans Anclerseu the inhabitants with Questions about Hainlert prince of Denmark There was and is a smaU barrow in the gar cjlen ora handsome villa Just outside tie town Some humorist told the in Iring Britons that this was lIam 1l thither daily and the householder a iner l 1cd not be rude to his best clients lint the persecution became unbearable and at length he conceived the happy thought of setting up area tom an epitaph on a bit of waste land Inthe neighborhood The diversion answered perfectly After- Ward this waste iland was included in the public garden of Marienlyst A Hard Shot Among the st ies told of Dr Em mons a well known clergyman of a former day and gefferation there are many which shqwhis keen witin r- efjIt He had made frequent boast tBaT he could easily conquer Dr Emmonsln aTgument and one day camhis chance He and the doctor met at the house of a sick man HOw old are you sIr1 asked tfie physician brusquely Sixtytwo replied Dr Emmbns quietly although his eyes showed Ills surprise Maask your age InIturn Ive been alive since thecrentlon in one form or another said the physi clan curtly Ah then I suppose you were with Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden inquired the doctor Certainly came the reply Um said Dr Emmons placidly meditating on the others faceUlaJ whys thQught there was a thlrdpersou there but tome have differed from me Londons Wator Supply If has been calculated that if a its tern covering 850 acres and 345 feet high could be constructed and the wa ter supply of London for one year turned Into it the warships of aJJbl wpWds navies could rideat ancHor there If we now dig a canal 100 feet wide across Europe says TitBits from the extreme north to the south and empty our cistern into it we shall find that the water in our canal which is 2400 miles long will rise toa nit form height of ten feet Every drop of ItOls consumed by the inhabitants of greater Jond9It with in a e t whll enci man W and child living tO- day througljout the world could draw fifty gallons from It without exhaust lug its contents The mains through which these hundreds of millions of tons of water fl6w for the use of Lou don are almost long enough to stretch a quarter of the way around the earth at the equator while It would take a lo ouiotivc traveling jit the cate of sixty miles an hqnr TiltJIe than four days and nights to race from one end of them to the other j jTCassinibest known of the astronomers of the Paris observatory when founded by Louis XIV Und in consequence pos terRy has very generally supposed he was the director That lie failed to be such was not from any want of ast te- nessIt ti related that the monarch once visited the observatory to see a newly discovered comet through the telescope He inquired In what direc tion the comet was going to move This was a question It was Impossible to answer at the moment becausq both observations and computations would be necessary before the orbit could be worked out But Cassini re1 ticted that the king would not lpok atli the comet again and would very soon fOlget what he had told him He therefore described its future path in the heavens quite at random juid with entire confidence that any deviation o theacrual motion from his prodictionj wAutd never be noted by bis royal patron r t CARDWELL Mr Vy D White who has been very sick is rome better He had a yery severe of heart trouble at Car hishvillei it being necessary for Dr Wash to returh home with Him The entertainment given by Mrs M A Perkins of Battle Saturday night was a success in every particular Music was furnished by W L Graham and George Warner of this place and Miss Minnie McMullins pf Jenkinsville Miss Lola Gardner played several pretty pieces also There were about soy e ityfive1 present Those present from a distance were Misses Lola Gardner Maud and Ethel Adkerson Messrs Lloyd Leigh Lahta Yaste Lee Gab bert Egb ext Morris Cornishville Miss Minnie McMullins Jenkinsville W L Graham1 George Warner R A Wil ham QjT Perkinsand family of this place Mrs Lavina Darling returned to her home in Illinois last week Bei arid Charley Lambert left for Il linois last Week E G Holiday bought from Nelse Royalty three mule colts for 155 He also bought eight yearling steers from W L Graham for 3c per pound WL Graham sold to A Bottoms one fouryearold horse for 140L WiL Graham bought a jack from J W Pinkston for 250 Walter Lambert reportsjthe sale pf his farm of fiftyone acres to Robert Shelton for 1300 cash Mr Lambert will leaye shortly for Illinois J Graham Perkins bought a workhorse from Henry Settles Werwiil have two weddings to rerjort in our next letter if the girls dont go backonIjheboys PLEASANT GROVE Mrs Maggie Miller Mrs W P Hays and daughter of Bloomfield were guests of Mrs B L Litsey from Thursday till Saturday Mr and Mrs W AT Thompson were ii Mackville Sunday Mr arid Mrs JSYankey visited relatives in Lexington last week L M Gregory and daughter GeOr- gia are 1speudmga few days in Boyle coiinty Miss Della Ray Gregory is vfsiting her aunt in Lexington Little Miss Sarah Smock is spending Tthe weak with her aunt Mrs Merntt Miss Kate Mayes visited Miss Sue Duncan Saturday and Sunday Miss Roe Montgomery of Lebanon s visiting Miss Mabel Thompson Quitenumber of Democrats front this community were in Springfield Fri day to lear the Hon A 0 Stanley All were very much pleased with his speech Allen Si Edelerf ot Burgin delivered B B Leachman Qf this very fine yearling Highland MondayfitO n for which Mr Leach fancy price party was given the young peojple on last Thursday evening at the hbme pf Dr and Mrs Hopper The house was decorated with autumn leaves and jackoIanterns At 10 oclock the guests assembled in the din ing room where the masks wgtfe re moved causing much merriment J +lows Head Off Ovyenshoro Ky Nov 4 Because he had been refused the hand of a pretty country girl Jesse Cummings today placed the barrel of a shotgun in his mputh and with astick pushed the trigger His head was blown off Cummings was twenty years of age How toTreat a Sprain Sprains though not so serious are extreme painful The patient should at once go to4 bed so AS to secure perfect rest and t0 affected part should be confined by Q splint behind and helfl u place byfa comfortably applied bandage Thejsosition of the limb shoul i be such as to relax the muscles Vaf 1 fomentations or cold effusions shoUldbeJjUS dand acetate of lead an opium should be applied by met nsl of wejt rags For both sprains and fractures ice bags are in valuable and for the latter sand bag are sometimes necessary to weight down the affected limb 1fiow to Clean LaceI lay the lace in buttermilk aud let it remain a day or two If it is much soiled change tWo buttermilk and let it remain another day Now lift it carefully from the buttermilk lay Indent water and after stirring the water off and repeat the cba iegentJtpOur it Is clear Lift out the It evenly on apiece into many thick nesses Do not pat or smooth the lace or It will Idse its laciness How tb Care For leather Goods Leather goods must not be kept in too dry place as the heat will cause them to pecl off Neither must they be kept in lamp places lest they get moldy There is no royal road t9 cleaning le thpr goods Wash them with soap and water anti then rub them until they are pplished There Is a varnish for alligator skin goods f IIIFarmersKe lDRYThis Winter by Wearing Footwear Grundy McintireSp- ringfield Ky HILLSBORO r Mrs Solomon Kays and childrerr spent Sunday with AIlS J M Mont gomery Miss Sarah Shields spent last Tues day night with Miss Judith Montgom ery Messrs John Armstrong and iM Shields spent Sunday at4 Tathanr Springs Misses Zora and Judith Montgomery and brother Norris spent from Saturday until Mondywith friends and reli atives at Bloprhfield Nelson county Messrs F G Noel and T W Bailey spent last Sunday with Mr JM Montgomery Mrs Tolly Griffy and children of Fairview spent last week witlfMrs Griffys parents Mr and Mrs J M Shields at this place Mrs Emma Baker and daughter Miss Susie Edgertony spent last Tues dry with Mrs Decater Dragoo Mrs Nan Scott spent several days last week with friends at Rock Bridge Miss Maggie Montgomery js visiting friends and relatives in Nelson and Spencer empties Miss Bertha Edgerton spent last Tuesday night with Miss Susie Reed- ofthe Ridge neighborhood Iessrs George and Creath Dean of Harroplsburg and Erastus Perkins of WilUgburg spent Sunday with Mr Erastus ShiehJsV Mrf Sabe Coulter and family of Wil lisburg spent Sunday with Mr J M Shields and family Mr7 Tom Bailey and wife spent Sun day and Monday ith friends at Texas Mr Lee Settles and family and Mr J W Settles and wife spent Sunday with Mr George Keeling and family at Willisburg Mr Utis Harmon and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Harmons parents Mr and Mrs Kightly at Mac vme Misses Effie Coulter and Laura Patrick spent Saturday night with the family ot L M Clark Mrs Nan Scott MrJ A oulterIand wife spent Sunday with Sam Coulter and wife Mr J P Brewer spent Sunday with MrJ S Leachman 1 9O7 Crop Sold J Owensboro Ky Nov 4The Green River Equity Warehouse Tobacco Corn pany today closed a deal with the American Tobacco Company for the sale 6 f the 1907 pooled tobacco in this district controlled by the Homer Warehouse Company Between five and eight million pounds pf cco are involved in the deal The maximum prices are 9 for leaf 9for lugs and 3 for trash All trash will ring tj3r The deliveries will begin xm Nove bei 20 The Home Warehouse Comp nyi does not affiliate with the Green River Tobacco Growers Association of the American Society of Equity and the closing of thfc o tract today d is expected tp further complicate mat ters in this sectionr tI J t rq ai fi 1 k z i i f i rL J tjriw 1 HE SPRINGFIELD SUN VEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1907 5 LrF INt I RVIjCHAKDISE shown In Springfield as ve are ncjw SnOWIng for For FALL and WINTER I Our huse is filled from basement up with the CHOICEST ifHlNGS the Eastern markets Afford and we were fortunate endugh to get in our orders before the heavy advances in Ifact we are selling a great quantity of goods a OLD PRICI Sr j Cloaks Si of NNJDRLS5OODSJJ 1 shownBesidesstrong line of BLACKS in the neJesf Yes Full stock Broadcloths and MISCEL1NEOUSI HosieryGlovesf INdepartment is fed good things at prices th t will pay you to buy here Give us the pleasure bfsho r 11Respectfully I I The RobertsonClaSybrooke ztf W I DrJ M1 Burton RESIDENT Dl NTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pan CROWN A E PECIALTY All DqntalWork trictlyFstc- lass Springfiel i Ky Office in flagon Blofck up sto Irs1 Local News Notes FOR etohtiulImilk to vreameryjor otherheavji articles to markt Suitable for mail wagon Good condition Will exc1jangcfor Corn + L ALLEN NOTtcLTO HTNTEasLHInt rs are warned that rijy farm is poteda ffd nQ one will tie permitted to hunt onmy premises T F HEAD J i The Ladies of the Caiholic Church 1will serye CountyCourt day dinner on the fourth nday in F bruary 1908 FOR SALE Twjo goc1 agons MH JJONESCO Campbelirs grocery changes hands Nov 1 so comes in and et ROme bargains in china and glajssw re FARM POSTEDJM fairh near Fred ericktowri has b4en pasted dnd hunt ers are hereby w rneti th at ho hunting will be alloyed SA i PHILLIPS 5VftUwant your produce so come ln see usr At Camp bells FOR SALEOne Deenni Corn Har V ester good as new Will sell cheap Vj viUJK WALLS Springfield Ky R I LX NflJ T 5 Dont forget we are n the corner with a full line ot shoves a id furniture Get our pric s before you buy At C ampbells 1 Young MOn and Laq S w ith ambition should learn Telegrapm the new Snour law which gbS into effect- additionalnext March over 18000 Telegraphers are required by the Railroads in the Unite State Positions pay from 60 to 80 per i onth to be gjtne s You can qualif3 in 3 or 4 time Forliull det Ils wrIte to iie National Telegraph Ins titute Cin innari Ohio J 1 8- Our stock Ladies Clo ks and Suits is esp cially Jirge and attr ctive tIJiis season arid will J compare favo ably with those Louisville other ciies Ouf styJar rrect and the ricereLowei than you ian get in city fQr m High Glas Grtjjierts Ladi s aijd 4 isses Suit j1H1 40 H See kte kirts i5O o18 Ladiesi Cloaks 3 50 o40 ChIldfl1 and j Mis es Cloaks it5O to 15 Itionally we qt serges I I with J WORK Under LAND POSTED lo Bunting with dog or gun on my far n on Fredericktown arid Bear Wallow ti irnpik Fr J PHILLIPS I We hay e only abp it lve carloads o cpal left and thosi wishjing Lto avail themselyes of our low prices should order now MH JONES insure m the 1ar ers Home Insur ance Cinpany the nly company that pays Its losses in fi N Wells General Mnj Jun ton CityxKy I Auctioneers M amp eJ1 repo tabig crowd atLebat on I st Monday Lotof stock for sale Onj Jersey cow sold for 41 oIte aej1 mil cow 12i 1 twoyearold me yearling colt G0100 head of hog sold at 5c and 6c per pound v 1 NOTICE Dn Roj ardsl having de cided to leave Spnrgfiel the firm of RoBards Hyatt di3 lolvc I the 1st day of November All th se k lowing themselves indebted to sal fir will please come forward and sef tleli y Dec 1 All unsettled accounts will e placed in hands of collector the reafl er DRS Rol RI HYATT lwill offer sate r i farm ejf254 birtydaystfalffi in the c mteI1ty of grass andwatef good tenasre tobacco barn On easy terms For furth r particulars calonCW Stalling 01 iD LAKE I For Sale P 1 ately Having sold m l hobje proper tvillnw offerJ rs privately my stockof grcerjes incjiid in fixtures SoLt I ink hncl Laundry agencies Alcng with thisj ss goes the l aseon sfrcfre ifq Dm and cold storage Making very chap r sri t and a very desirable pd nt t do busi ness V JFoidress W p RENCE Sri grl Ky rjThe 1 r T Eii INCO RII IE tor Sale Privately Having sold my pme on Lebanon street will ndy offer for sale the cottage adjoining same and now occupied by Mrs J H Lawrence This house is new and m good repair and well lo cated For particulars and price see W P LAWRENCE laust At Opera House Next Monday Night i VMr Hubert LabaSie and his company w 11presentUF ust at Springfield Xpjera House on Mondaynignt Nov 11 The sceneryand electrical effects are saidto be exceptionally fine and the vCbmpany has a most excellent reputa don having played Faust for the past nine years with great success Read the following recent notice Qf their performance Without exaggeration the production of Faustgiven by the Labadie Company at the Opera House last evening was one of the best ever seen in our city Mary Van TrompLabadie as Mar guerite carried off the honors easily Her portrayal of Goethes immortal character was as finished as any the star affords today Hubert Labadie as Mepbisto sustained the part eyenly and well The scenEry was all special The electrical effects were particurly good Hornellsville tN Yi Daily Prices 25c 35o and 50 How tCIean Wfiite Felt Hats White felt hats may be cleaned by two motjiodSi For the first thin paste Is madcrjpf magnesia and water which Is applicjl to tW hat with a brush and Allowed to lry AVhen brushed off the felt will be foiiiid beautifully clean Another method Is to powder pipeclay and sprinkle the jtowdor upon the hat leave lit for several hours then beat or sh out the powder How to Clean a White Feather Melt white soap to a jolly and pdt a spoonful Into a large mouthed glassy jar Fill with gasoline then place the feather In the Jar Cover auxl allow It to remain all night In tile morning shake well and rinse In clean gasoline then hang up where the air will reach It When thoroughly diy curl How to SaveStockmgs To save the stockings of children take a few kernels of corn put them between two pieces of muslin four Inches square and sew them In place Baste them in the childs underwear Just where the knee comes and chil dren will sooir learn to play without kneeling f di r HAPfY 110LLOWJ The farmers are all busy sowing grass seed in this community Mr A Coulter wife and daugh ter Effje Mrs Nan Scottand Miss Laura aid Hubert Virgin Alined Sunday with Mr Samuel Coulter and wife MrM C Keeling andfamify spent Saturda night and Sunday with Mr Keeling father Mr GeQrge Keeling at Willisburg Mr Sam Montgomery wife and little son were guests of Mrs Montgomerys cousin Miss Pearl Pealyep Saturday night and Sunday MJss Myrtle Armstrong spent Tues day night with Miss ZelmalMcIlvoy at Sweet Retreat j Miss Sarah Shields spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her isister Mrs Tollie Griffy Mrs Ruth Royalty is visiting her daughter Mrs J W Walls at Pleas ant Grove this week Mr John Armstrong spent Sunday with Air Tom Scott at ScruggsviHe MtSabe Coulter and f peit- Stmdayith Mr J M sluelds and family Messrs George and Creath Dean spent Sunday with Mr Rastus Shields Mrs John Armstrong and Flossie and Pearl Armstrong were guests of Mrs Armstrongs sister Mrs Mary Jane Walls Friday Mr and Mrs Tom Brown were MtKeehng C Mrs Tollie Griffy spent from Wednesday till Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Shields Mr B H McHvoy and daughters Misses Zelma and Nella attended meet I ing at Glens Creek Sunday and dined with Mr Gardner H Misses Effie Coulter and aura Pat rick spent Saturday night witlrr Mrs L M Clark Mrs L M Clark spent one day last week Mrs Clark at Willisburg Mr Johnnie Hardin and wif and Homer Scott spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Tom Coulter and wife Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong spent Monday afternoon with Mrs J S Thomas Mrs1 Mollie Sutherland is spending a week with her parents in ndersdn county Mrs Delia Keeling and litt c daughter LIe yere guests of Mrs Bettie iMcIlvok Ut Walnut IJill receqtly Mrs Jim Oder is on the sick list this week Miss Sarah Shields spent Saturday night with Mrs J S Thomas Mri Lonnie Noel and family spent Sunday afternoon i with Mri Noels father Mr FG Noel REDUCTION IN MILLINERY- tOwin1E to the fact that the season is advancing and Lave a- large line of illinery in stock I am making a reduction in all lines Call and get prices and inspect my stock which consists of the lateSt in milli- neryWILLIAMS MILLINERY How to Reline a Coat iTiie business of rclinin a cqn b6 very easily achieved in How emIt manner First remove tlio old lining to use asn In which to cut out the new hue Wvhr tnqothler half stitched tothe rU to a itl as guido TJie not iiroceas I to iripick the piece of lining vhkir has been detached Lay it flat on tlrd now ir atonal and ciit round the pal tern Icuving enough for turnings So v up lel1Ilnftliej coat and baste if into position U PIcking the remaining half by de grees and basting the new in its place says Womans Li f ijlie lOt tdni front and neck must now Wnieat lj hemmed and the waTmholcs and udon arm sediseweJt up Aiiy material which is over should be gathered or neatly plalteii into these two seams Lastly the li lings o the sleeves must be sewn up md sUt bed In HdWto instruct Chi drori Teach the Very little ones to always say Please and Thanh you ialso Gobd night and Goot mornhig Thee are the fit lessons 1n courtesy at hpine fivery infant is iom with a conscIence with an instil ct for God glllenrin every heart If you wih to get cliildl tQ do its best encourage rather than c1iscourage liiin Discouragement acts like a wet blanket and puts oUt the fire Of ambition most e rectually in the childish nature Chifdrin ought to be trained to be self lielpf Il to know how itotib for tlicmseives jt is a mis take othink that they mut be watch ed every moment and have a nurse stand over them from morning to nightj1 A healthy child is the better rbelng alone a portion or each day d fIn Qp u nQOQQQQQ9Q 0QNotes S Visitors In and Out of ToWnA O Round Up of the Weeks Q Personal News aopeooT Mrs R L Davis who has been RdiBardshas oftelativest I Miss Margarite Hagan ttend d the funeral of Mir Tom Logsdon of St Marys Saturday Misses Viola Brown and Jennie Leachman spent several days with friends in BJopmfield Mrs Lizzie Bevil of Cleveland O is spending a few days with Miss Lou Booker of near town MrVL D Baker was in Bloomfield last week on business IMrs H B McElroy was in Louis ville the first of the week Miss Nell Greene has returned home after a two weeks visit to Miss Effie Thurmond of Danville r7Mr A L Jenkins of Cincinnati j wjas guest of Miss LydIa Duncan Saturday and Sunday Lum Cray ftlof Me de- cdunty is the guest of her daughter Mrs C H Mclntire Mr and Mrs George Smith have reurned to their home in AdairvJlle after a yisit to Mr and Mrs James BurnsMr EC Hayden qf Bardstown was the gUest of his sister Mrs Leo Haydon of thisplace Sunday Miss Willie Knott wasm LOUIsville Wednesday in the interest of her milli nery business 4Mr Guy Wiggintqn of Fairfield spent Saturday and Sunday here BJ Blanford left Tuesday f914Denver Col where she will join hex husband who has been there for some time on account of Lad health Mrs Hugh Noe and son are visit ing relatives in Harrodsburg lMessrs Wathen Simms and Will Whartop were in Lebanon the first of the week 4Mr H M Mosshas returned from Lexington where he has been for sev eral days Miss Ella Hagah after a weeks stay with her cousin Miss Katie Cain returned tohr home in Fairfield day Miss Elise Durrett has returned from a vist to Lexington Mrs T Scott Mayes spent several days in Louisville this week lilrs Fred Edelen has returned to her home in Meade county after a visit to Mrs C H Mclntire Mary anjd Clifton Th m sare spending the week at the homes their aunts Mrs G C Christie ofI Mrs Irvin Lynch near town 4 oh t t Mit1ztweek in Bardtovn Qiegmf l frieni has returned homa t irfv Mr Shaker R6e tson wa eb anon a few days JUstfweek S 4 Master Thomas Sp lofBard town spent Friday Siyjiday with Ihis grandparents Mr ancfjrs Bei zHay on He was accompapfed home 14 by his aunt Miss Bertha Haydo 4 I ri J ipMrs Cecelia Barber of Bardstdw A is the guest of her son Mr JiL Bai ber ot near town Jf t Miss Roe Montgomery otLebanon is visiting Miss Mabel ThotnRnertown vj if t t JI D Rodman of Louisville 0 IDSunday here v iH M Grundy was in Lebanon the first of the week on businejssV ti 0 I Mr G E Medley spent several4 If days atkhome this week 1 h4Mr4f Morrison and Misses Baker of Louisville were here Sunday kMrs John Y Mayes and Miss i Sadie Mayes spent several days ikV Louisville the past week Miss Lizzie Sweeney of Elm Greek Spencer county is the guest of hetlter Mrs C C Christie 3r Isis Miss Sallie May of Bloomfietctiv J visitor of Mrs W M Durrett Mrs L M Gore of Hodgenvill is a guest at the home of her son Mr J Rogers Gore Miss Lucy Selecman returned home 5 last night from Louisville where sheV 1 hasbeen the guest of Miss Mary LawJ ence Claxton Mr Ben F Simms was in Bards town Monday 7 Mr James McLaughlin a pnvteii- n the U S Navy who has been here on a several days furlough visIting V his mother Mrs Lizzie McLaughlin has returned to Boston Mass 1 Mri Palmer Grundy Jr has returned to Louisville after a visit oP several days to relatives in this city Miss Lena Arnold ofTBoyle county is visiting at the home of MrS itCampbell c Miss Stella Arnold has returned ff her home in Boyle county after avisiii to Mrs S M Campbell Mr flaldene Campbell who 8been in Indianapolis for some time has returned home Mr Epperson one of the oldest trc SpringsfieldHis many friends are sincerely hoping for his recovery Notice Having made arrangements to leave Springfield as soon as I can close outt my business which may be in a tew days will kall persqns knowing themselves indebted to call at once and settle their past account which is past due Please do not neglect this matter t as I need the to close up my business Thanking you for past favors I remain yours W P LAWRENCE a tt tHit tHit 4l i+tH l ftIt I wi1i Public t i t I i SaIefl 10f Rgistered Angus Cows Mules Hay Grain Farming tImplements Household Goods Etc on THURSDAYil 1 NOVEMBER 14iAt SsOO OGlock am +I I Haying sold my farm I viIL on the abovedate at 9 ocl kat Imy residence near Fredericktown Ky offer for saletothe high 4i cst bidder without limtall of my personal property towit t itU t I2jyearold registered AngusBull i registered Angus W row with bullcalf at foot i registered Angus cow due l f t to calf in December 2 pure bred Angue Heifers i grade Anti itof them a nice Jersey pair 4yearold Mules I pair 3yearqld Mules I 4 pairr Yearling Mules all good ones 2 Brood Mares in 4 foal to Jack A full lint of farm Machinery and Implemets + 4f About fOQO bushels of corn 250 bushels shelled Oats ktnice for seed 15 stacks of Glover and Timothy Hay 2 Hcks of Oats and wheat straw Lot of shock fodder and itsOrghum Lot of Householdand Kitchen Furnituf7rcr 4gallon furnace kettle lot of small farm t earlng c ft Lunch Served to all who honor us with recence4j TERMS MADE KNOWN ON PAY OF SALE J A CECILM CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER f W Il iI cTi it j I IP I6 THE SPRINGFIELD SON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER b9Q7 r H ICamillas I r 1 Bargaine- I JEANETTE WILSON rBy I1 Copyrighted 1907 by Jessie Morgan I c I Ivi I II 44f4 Poring over those advertis juieuts Ktill daughter Arenjt you af aid of letting your economy run into xtrav gance 1 Why daddy I nevpr bougl t any thing Oh Camilla reproved Mf Shel fi1beAnything that wasnt a bargain continued Camilla unabashed And the very thing we nedeUtb se de centers and the old fashioned plates and tile brass candlesticks a dthe 7 elect roller and ies yes admitted her fath r hasI tily ue certainly couldnt ge along without them The jtwinkle In his eyes escaped Camilla tBut whr t have k you found so reniarkajble this morn lug j L heapoHere tls Birgalus Cheap t for cash Ori account of moving entire Contents of bachelors Jstudio rientnl rugs leather easy chairs Jt panese i ctc1Inqulredo you think of that Jiisfc what is a samovar den V Why daddy you know Its a sor of tea urn They use them in Russia 1 think Ill look it up this aft moon You vont mind will you1 Oh nono Indeed cpucedid Mr Sheldon Somehow he never could op pose Camilla Anything I can do for you this morning dearT he as ted as usual on rising from the br akfmt table l Camilla smiled in her most ci ptivat Ing manner v Well If I might have Just a little money she urged Oh yes of course Well heres 15 That ought to 1I ano1d copper tea urnvoughtnt it iCamilla gave him a h g of gratitude Doht forget tlatR ber DC marest Is coming home to dinijer with the to night dear i That old bachelor nlffed amilla The Very ofie answered her fa ther j Late that afternoon ii sum mery whiteness Camilla started on the quest of the samovar She had meant Ito take Sarah with her as s ic had promised her father she always would on such expeditions Bit Sarah In the midst of dinner preparations efused to budge In response to Camillas energetic ring at the address specified a wo mans voice caned from the bas men Rrun up to th frrpnt dhur Pat Theres a lady waitin- I clime In answer to this an nounced Camjlla holding out a tiny newspaper cllPPI gItrIs the entle man at iomeT Not till this evenjh miss teplied the genial blue pveralled Pat Will yeflI agin later Oh not gasped Camilla dont want t see him at alt I just panted to be sure he wag O ut Will you show me thethlngs Shurre miss Cone frIght along JJp wari flight miss Once inside the long spacious studio Camilla gore a little cry of dell ht Ob Isnt this lovely she esc aimed May I look around rf little Take yr time miss Hed say tW same himsilf mlsjs Such a wealth of soft ridrugs such rows and rows of exq ilsitely bound books such beautiful pi ctures i and finally keeping guard over t le fire place such a queer fat little ivo y god Camilla laughed aloud at hlstunnr wrinkled face Who tied this green ribbon ro nd his neck she asked turning sudd nly t Pat Th wife he replied glibly Th wife echoed Camilla Why 1 thought the owner was a bac elor Pat slapped his knee and then put a restraining hand over his mouth Excuse me miss twas me own wife I was manm th said Camilla I see Yes th1 ould womans very ond of Tin Takes care Iv unlike a biby Camilla doubtful as to whether It was the grave image or the b ichelor that claimed the wifes so citude basten d to change the subject I must be l1u r ingttsbe ann wnced Where Is the samovar that as al- I vertised Thats what I came special ly to see The copper tajrpot Ill fete i it fer ye Pat broughtlt forth from a corner and placed it in all its shinin j glory on the large center tabl for C inilla S inspection VOh what a beauty she exclaimed How much does he want for It XWfll he uiintioned quite t high Iptrlce fer it this marniri but rrec ton hed let you iave ljt at y r own figger 1 4 Would he spirit for 15 Jo you think i5hure an be a lucky mon it that c Wperewlll ye have It sint rbilej Cmilla was hunting in her purse f6r jcard a clickin the lock of the outside do rmade her jurnD The b What should she do ShuWe sirr said Pat ye re bon e alrly tonight Heres a ci stomerr Ive been sellin her InslmoycrF and with that the sll one slid out ot the door closing It fimly behind I liii Pat showed you how the lamovar pwOrks I suppose asked the bachelor cpurtepusly He1 wasnt at all sure tliatfthe kv himself but e must tJ r J l l tnd some excuse fqr detaining tilL 1radlailt alIP1ritiL1UloL1le Yes nQfr1 ihehn I i stnt stay l nv lojrger statiiinered Ca lila ffnhH dol t sputtere the bach elor jI told him if p so the sarao vnr t bp suto to Kill tb purcbusl how ii ruse it 2NV Oh dont sctyld u se inter ruptCumillu H hIenl very nice He WitS awfully abo- iyir the satiio jHe said yiju vnnt quite ittorVJ he bi7ehelo swallowed ird q VOf jcjourse irs sill right 10 answer ed eheerully Imglad t hear that sonic ue has got the best Pat ouc- H Weds all the gating wu thats icoming fo him Then tho while tjje line lor deftly lled fthe iittle pipe ft samovar e111tPtrepcatltigI can i1iit she liewitcbThj Ill make her stay as long as I Call Ill uinke erIJ CaiclilaJWoke in tipon Ms silent chantl rad ration TI Shoiifdn t think joucr Id bear to part vith iL she said riving the samovar au appreciative n tie pat r WcH 1 Ioit erectly ce to Lo admitlted Its a of coinpaiiton w hen e flU alcu Bi Im tired oT living alone y ing to gi e it up But your wife wJlJ eerta aly love to have ventured Ca alum pretending tab absorbed fn the char al demon stration Mjj wife the Bachelor f irly shout ed VPardon mc Im no so lucky Im just going back to m old home for a change I And leave this beautiful studio and sell ajr these wonderful things corn mented Cnuiilla I thiiik y Ure crazy Id jUt adore td a place like tbIs Jhbin IIhetr bachelor 1 ir flushed Cheeks and her sparkling eyes lie had aij inspiration Oh J bythe way he sug sted with well assumed carelessness I suppose you Ibid l where jo sen the sum oY ghcd nbltrhy rfit I ou seeJ was Iust f raf card vl n I heard you the dbr hut scared me so that I forgot a if i bo t the card F Ire it is JIThe bachelor glanced at it politely oselydouldjheC nilla Sheldon 4he excl Umed Why I know your tt er Lets Bhakef hands Im Robeitz bma rest t you cant Jbe gasped Camilla Whj hes a stupid old line elor Dad dys going to bring him home to dinner with him tonight IIni the man affirm Robert taughipg Youve sized le jap all rIglt ICanJIlla covered her burn og cheeks with her little white gloved bands Ohl how elm I look you irthefaCe jThatse to ask Robect retorted Canflhla lowered her hand bither eyes ere still downcast Yofl wont tell father wIyou Mr emdresti r AH right assented Rob Mu91 he Camll1ajWhfen the door had closed after her tboulittfUllyhornet for you old man Ihe solilo quized Shed ac1ore to lye in a Place pike this Think of i irlDg the bell for Pat V Se here Pat h Mlirectel I want you tbi wrap up this feajpot nd take it arourid to this address Be q ick about It jv IJefhanded Pa r CiI9Ihla card and at same time slipped a coin into his hand The astonished P allowed no grass to grow undeir his feet S At ithe first opportunity til er dhiner Camilla cornered Robert 1J jmhrest uItiwas most thotughtful it you to send tile samovar over tor ght she began hurriedly But I foisot to tell you this afternoon that 1 hi dnt paid Pot for Itand now that I1 thought It over Mr Demarest 1 don see how Icati take It from you tuprJce Then let me give it to yoi begged Robf SUM There comes daddy No Im golng to confes everythii g to lila Rite yore gpner LAnd the you two can setthe the matt rbetwc r you It tas several mdnths aft the dis cbverj of the samovar ad that Ca- nmulct seated on 8i low diva in front of ail open fire her fi t ers big raiulding library looked p at Rob suddenly and askeat Which got the bet of tl e bargain RobyOu or dad Arent yc u ever go Ing tell me I ye you and askejif you nskej lfD going to ten it now jdeclared His tone vas 0 serious thatjCamilla was almost fri teued Your father said I miglj t the sarhvar to you 01ORe con clUion tie annuncedSswWPI1 ot all things prt sted Ca mijrci without even nsklFme i- fwit a mlnuti Intern ted Rob Thait vhs just the condltlpi If when I asked you you would hay me Ca mum will you marry me ou know you puCe said that you won t adore tc hIve Camilla buried her face II a sofa cushion YOU did say soi Camilla Ihe re peatejl Wont you say s again dear Ii suppose that means said Ca mllla lifting her mlschfevoi s ace no Robrt no samovjar Robert didnt even smile bt t looked Into eye search PB yfWell1 she sighed r eSi youve got fhe best of the bargain1 I ob Pat willjlie pleased Whereupon Rob stopped h r saucy mouth with kisses V 111 ij r VIt i JL FACTS IN FEW LINES or The Tasmahians brew tea from 100 fliffereut plants indias demand for peer exceeds 11 000000 gallons a yenrt New York hasP gallons reservoir of water toreda670ioQbOooo ul1tain China anCi produce 12r 00 tons of silk Annually but tibout percent aof this Is retained forthoui use It la reported tel1sie de positof manganese has been discov rod iji the Cau nso dhilei region A lot of turtles in One condition ar rived at New Yferk from Jamaica re cently in galvanized tubs provided with water A fly walking across a can of milk can dp more harm than a buzzard trawplingQerfood on a dinner tu b lesays Dr rriou state health officer of Louisiana If all the force of the Krictorla falls and Niagara could be usqd the result lug power would 6e half as great again as that now produced by all the coal that Is burned Of uHthe lang expressions with which we are afflicted today observes the Railroad Mans Magazine the two that men the most are Its up to you and On the job The throne of Persia knoWn as the wonderful petic ck thrpnej is probably theuiost costly in the world It is lit erally covered with jewels and Is val ued at between SlOOpOOOO and 15I000000 j Measuring ten feet six Inches an oc topus While being killed at Tooradin Victoria lutwined a tentacle so frinly arouiid the foot of one of its cnptorsI that the membrane had to be cut to free the mUD According to the Army and Jcavy Gazette the harbor of Valparaiso ovn ten feet lesS deep than it was be fore the earthquake of Aug 16 190 The movemeiit seems to have been mainly verticaiv It is estimatedthat 2100000t acres are available fiThce groving 1n Lou- Isiana and T as and the vdlue of such a Crop vvould be 40000000 This would niake the rice crop fifth in point of valu among the cereals ot this country A staircase has been invented which plays tunes as it is walked up and LWhilelapsible chambers which blow varloikf instruments u- Rhmii Jrlon nf the Increase of the I size ot pcean going ships may be ob talned5 from the following In 1840 the Jength of the longest ship In ex 375teetInlD7186 feet The International College of Herad ry through Consul General Mason has presented to the United States government a series of documents re lating to the genealogy of the Mar quis tie Lafayette and the alliances of the noble houses of France The rare phenomenon of snow gar iandsJ was first described by Hdl mann In March 1889IAs seen last January by Dr Kassner of Berlin the garland Jsa ropelike roll of melting snow hanging pendent from the edge of tie roof in the shape of a very ft t tAffjrn tsenPHgether These she sold recently to IB Williams of Worcester They were sent In sugar barrels and It took five and a half barrels to get them tTorcester Alfiije painting by Salyator Rosa long lost to the knowledge of the art world has been brought to light in the house of a workman at Lubeck who attached no value to his possession un til hehad the luck to fall ill when his doctor saw the and suggested means fordetermlnlul its value iJ1 China wages of women operatives are nearly at the vanishing point It is said that in the silk mills at Shang hat there jure 20000 workers among whom are children that work at 3 cents a and women at 5 cents The highest paid get 26J cents for a thirteen htfur day In the Fhaughai cotton miipy The best women cvorkers get 14 cehts a day the pWflreJt 5 cents the hours being from 6 t 6 with thirty minutes at noon for dinner Horbllng near Billlngsborpugh In England has a cat of wonderful vitality A IJne crossbred Persian mys tertously disappeared from its home and sixteen days later was found In an open field firmly secured lba rab bit trap Notwithstanding the ani mals long and pulriful confinement and exposure to the heavy rains It was still 1ltYcltwas however re duced to a mere skeleton and was un abfetp walk but under proper treatment it reCPvered The czars one iiiid only greataunt the Grand Ducbess of AlexandraJose fovua of Russia bought two pairs of canielSSouie years ago while on a visit to the Caucasus and at her lovely pal ace outside St Petersburg she devote r much of her time each summer to Irer somewhat un Otnniou pets She bas now no fewer than seventeen 6f the animals and several zoological gardens in various Russian towns have been presented with earneS bred upon the grand duchess estate Kansas Is perhapd the only state In the Union that can boast of a citizen who declined ascat In the JJnlted States senate aiid thrust aside a nouil nation fpr governor that Would have been the equlvalent of election This extraodinaiy man is the lion Foster DwIght CohUrn secretary of the state board of agriculture For years his sole ambition has been the boomlng of cspedaUygoodworlds fair at St Louis H i c K O0 Ss SsS + I l LI A Piano Placed O44tQISSSf J tt In Y C IiItIF YOU intend purchasing a piano it wpuld be dollars in your pd ketr o get in correspond ence with us Beihg the largest pian 3 dealers In the South them in carload lots enables tot q1ote Pianosius prices pn PlayerPianos and PianoL Players that will quickly convince the most skeptical that we can dp all we say if given the opportunity Our hneiconsIkts of the fojoving worldfamous mpkes fl i t PIANOS or PRICE 173 UP PLA l YER PIANOSL 5OOUPk iSPIANO PLAYERS PRICE 250Iw tr jMontenegrPRiehm Music Co j Louisville Ky r Kindly send me ftll particulars by return mail how You will place a piaxo in my home on trial Naijie SI i 1I r Address tw I MONTENEGRO HY MUSICe INCORPORATED four h Avenue Ky r LOOKING AFTER How Gems ard Jewelry Can Be Easily Cleaned Its better to keep jewels in boxwood sawdust instead of In velvet linedI cases as the sawdust Is very cI ans ing Rubbing with a piece of soft chamois isv alsp a good polisher Many good jewels are discolored by water and for these the chamois isab eolutely necessary Turquoises Uuru green if wet and pearls become black th3insofchamis or with a dry brush Contain lug oft bristles To clean diamonds soak tbefpin lukewarm water to which a few urops of ammonia have been added Then take out each piece separately ana rub with a soft toothbrush that has beii Upped i deIjlUkcWarmthe sawdust The sawdust gets In all tb4 openings in the setting and so pI yes more cleansing than anything else you 4puld use hen you take them out sljakc off th sttxWdust and they will be found to be clear and brilliant without a flaw or the tiniest specie of dust To clean gold ornaments when un adorned with gemtt soak the I In soapy lukewarm water to which a few drops of ammonia have been addel Polish them thoroughly with a toothbrush and dry with a piece of chamois 10QIPletelY cnn in this way be made aljnpst like dla mon To clean chains composed of close links between which all sorts of dust particles can c ctput then to soak Iria bottle coriilihUug a m xture of Atcrlapour off the lather then rinse inco t water and dry hs thoroughly as pos sible t I How to Keep Cheese If HousewIves often are ells ayen finding the cheese which they intended to lust several days at Ic ist quite shoilcd the second day and the fault whotuplace cheese spoils more q lickly In hot than in cold weather and the pre ventive iis to keep it in tins icebox The fine imported varieties will not keep at all not more than a da y or two says the Chicago Tribune so it te best toonsider just what kinds will and buy them only until cold wcathqr com s Roquefort CamembBrt U urnl Swiss cheese and the home jade cottage cheese are about the only ones to be relied upon Dip a piece of clean cheesecloth n salty water to wrap the swiss c icese in and keep in the Icebox chang ng cloth every day For Roquefort ave tlc cloth dry and lay the package directly onj ice only keeping off long enough to serve Keep the homemade In a jar or it will spoil IHow to Buy Shoes People would find less dime Ity with ready made shoes said n enced salesman if they wou dstandrup to fit them on Instead of down Nine persons out of en par copifortablechair it Is with the greatest difficulty that you can get them to stand for a few minutes even after the shoe is fitted Then when they begin walking about t 1 c racy Wonae wny the snoes are not so comfortable as they were at first trial A wo nans foot is considerably smaller whe i she sits in a chair than when she walks about Exercise brings a larger quantity of blood into the feet aul they swell appreciably In biiying hoes this fact should be borne in mind IHoJv to Clesn Vases epIvases aie use the same treatment aSl thift for water bottles should be fol owed Put potato parings into the asewith water enough to cover the stains leaving them there overnight Then t empty them out and wash in the usual way Repeat if necessary A cleaning pad may be mnIe by cutting a groove around a near one end and tying longlstick of the groove a bit of up so that it makes a roiled balllike covering to rIgIYstains How to Vary School Lunches To vary the childrens school lunches fill the sandwiches with mixed fruits and nuts Yash stone and eed equal weights of fifes raisins and 1ates and put them tJIr ugh a meat chopper with half the weight in mixed and prepared nuts Feed the chopper alternating the fruit and the nuts a little at a time until they are all chopped and mixed Pacl Jt dowji tight in baking powder cans and when molded slice off the slices and put between bread and butter How to1ryise Aiing When ren sick and have to stay in bedjor fiidpors it Is hard for mothers toJimuse them Get a wallpaper sajjiple book from the decorators and letthem cut out the flowers and differ9 t designs arranging them in an othcr book soithat it will make a pretty in thlsway they will spend many happy hours and be contented f How to Make a GobseberryfPie When making a pie line a deep pie plate with a rich crust and fill with gooseberry preserve sprinkling a little flour over the top When baked cover with a meringue or with whip ped cream sweetened to taste and set on IcejHow to Clean Satchels Jj Soiled and dirty looking satchels hand bags and suit cases are as readily cleaned as a pair of shoes and by pre cisely the same methods and materials says the Pittsburg Press Take a box of russet shoe polish and a coarse rag and one bas all that is necessary to keep brown leather iri any form not only in good condition but so that its life almost indefinite The so callejd gun metal polish for shoes Js the sort to use on black bags whether the leather be of the smooth or coarse grain pattern Wipe the bag or suit case with a dry rag then apply the polish as to a pair of shoes and when the polish Is dry rub the surface briskly with a coarse dry rag The bag oisuit case will be rendered prnc tically new ty this means and y resorting to tills at frequent intervals the bag will have the appear ance that causes the hotel help to re gard its possessor as Vswell The whole thing Is so simple so efficacious BO economical In keeping down ex penses and yet so littleTBO very little practice jl Chickering Sons pecker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Arm strong Marshall Wendell Foster Co f 1 SohmerCecilian FarranciCecilian and the AutopianoI j f fL t f The nAp layer that can be atr tached to any make piano 1 C i In order to to you that j we have the right Pianos atthe right price we will place a piano in your home on traland if you arefTiot satisfied with it we wil take it out and the trial will not cost yu a centi CO 628630 Louisville t JEWELS si bhilden scrApbook gooseberry cleanI demonstrate A27OO Young Man A young man who was drawing 5Q a month took a course at Clarks School getting 225 a month J 1 175 mpnthly increase C 2100 yearly mcre 21000 in 10 years efNotsobadTEhl j This increase in salary came wiier his earningpower was enhanced Your salary will increase at tnejtim ittnotbebe without the training hot by any means Can one afford to get it JMost Certainly YES when it can be hid mt or Night session and require sol short tine 12 weeks 40 for Shorthand 16 weeks S50 for Bookkeeping 5a month night school Y 12 fpr3 months night school All graduates placed in ood posi ions Many calls we can hot fill v Individual Instruction K L Home 2330 Cumberland 956 A South CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS T 1035 4th Louisville Ky Wonderful Eczema Cure HOur little boyjiadeczema for five Years writes N A Adams Henriet ta Pa Two of the home doctors said beingaffectedtors but no benefit resulted By chance boughtarr We continued this medicine until sever al fcjottles were used whert our boy was completely cured Best of all flood and building health tonics Guaranteed at Haydon b ertsons drug store 50c Public aeIi ri OF PERSONAL PROPERTY JI THURSDAY NOVa7thHaving decided to quit farming I wi1R andbest412milesnorth personaligoodfarmmare strictly good milk cows 4 good pigsyearliiSouthdownbuck andrakeset good wagon harness plows gear goodstandsfurniture Also will rent farm on day of sale if wlshingtoseeTerms made known on day of sale t ifJ Hamilton iS M Campbell Auctioneer 12 0 5t j r 4 I t o L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1907 r 1t 1ti j L l i IiIv By lEAJPlLE BAILEY l Copyright 1907 bjy P C Eastmefit HoBetty Belle coming in that morning from English two found fib the table it bur room lii the doriultoiiy ri cocoauu cake a plate of chicken sand cnrdlreadCpmpUmeuts Prudence Was tue colored t91d on the third Uoor of lonriitory p the siftumer school T be fhoseu aa pet by Prudence mea t many privileges 3o the girl she iked she brought unlimited towels while some less favored lit aiden might languish with two a week and now in Betty Belie with materials for nigut spread prUl euce howe tmltdeuce of high rega th Betty Belle was front tile hence her name There had been two aunts beloved by her mother the little girl had been called after them always Betty Belle wondered why the northern girls thought it funny We l we dont string ours together that way as arl1 Irusilla f avis told her And I dont beUeve we place Sel1vnlneol names ButIy oii are a dear Betty BeUe only ire different How different Betty Belle jjues tioned and Drusnia laughed OhJOU are so old fashioned and pretty and serious Vi Bgtty Belle blusheil You are pretty too Dvusilla Brasilia shook her leadNot in the gettyBellefThe scholars of tie summer fChool I ate at an ndjolniu boarding h1use Y1IettYIBelleThere were four men at the table besides the girls As Betty Bet 6 1e scribed the delich us ness the bmen 1 JAnd of Sthat asked Dick Chase whoj had flunked in hjs studies the winter be 1 c fore and was making np durln the i TffiK HAVE COULD DE GOp QFltIE DSit YOU WOULD PflLL UP 1 summer erm His fd her wasvHjrjtlT a million and it was iard fori Didk to understand why he needed to gtind over books NojY Betty Belle to d him no mien are nllowed aboVe the first floor of our dormitory Welt we will sere liade you while you are eating itVDlc saidv Please dont Bett begged Wh not Dick asked in surf rise P His attentions had always b eu Souglu rather hau refused at d he had ue- nnf1ha t Betty Belle shoul appreelnt the honor be was cot ferriug vj Its against the nil ts Betty Bjcllf said v aj shouldnt think u would ilMlnU a jtJyou ref v Jow when bes down I dont care whether I getthroug i next year or not Well I db sajdx little Betty Eelle 4Y0U told me about y lir mother and T dont think you oug t to d1sapidInt LeVKv V Dicks eyes dropped efore the clear onus of the litle south rn girl ii shouldnt like to disappoint tFj rhenIJrmured1 t But that night as six girls in all the cqmfort of dijintjj kim nos and dress Ing tacks il e and click en sandwiche with gl iger ale accom t pariiment thee floated up through thv air the strains of Dlxi VTbere saiil Drusilla Davis tbi t is In your bonoii Betty B11e Betty pink and whin and cbarnjlhg In Iher rosy Mmono tapped a sIPaJ 1 oot 4n patiently V lifr wish hewou dnt she said Margaret Allllc InnV H at herlith raled eyebroWs WI y BettY IaIJe- Fnfrfax she exclaimed he Ie worth a Tnlllion Apy girl would be gJado bpvie bm pay her attention If l dont cpre if he is worth ten milr 19nsBetty Belle retrnedq UJClJt hei Isnft a gentleman t The girls Ipoked at her startled J Why Betty Belle1 one gasped what ttnakes you say such a tiling He Isnt affirmed B tf Belle wth0 t i e 1 j her head held high The gentlemen at my homeibqve cc sid ration for the wishes of ladies an I told bimnot ic sing And he has m invalid mother who is jiist priyiug or bis success and he is wasting iiis tii ie It isut right it lisnt right Anti Betty Belle clalj pen botfi batidii OYOI her ears to shutout theistraitiis of sie Som one will tell Dick Chase What yen said a bout him Drusilla told Hi sDiaU LIt it1eu fftor tl other girls4ind gcjue t6 their rboms JdOI1t careT saidnBotty Belie hot lyj but W Clttli Il went a way shy got down a r tie wl llow and looked out tor a tout tIme upon the moon lighted mit1a Then itie rosejand took the one piece of oocoiinut eic that was left and wpapped ijt up iti a ijariits parcel and tied ituiith ribi on jvhdlin the morning he sent it Hriuleneelito Dick Chase JIwas the c nie1ssjon he rtjttd in her clear ciif TtiUt nltrydu were not a gentJeniitu SO ne one mamy tell you anti J suouidntlike to have you hem Jt that w but didnt tbinlc yon were courteous to disregard mj wishes nail orried ibotit your mother I knOYouJ wopt forgive nae but lind to etpiaInf At noon Ion ti e campus Pick Chase cable up to Bet y BeWe Jit wins what you Ha idr ho told hefjsciberiy Ie been a fearful cad d a goo iUolt Betty Be le Sat down on a seat utider the elms Yoii see I liave lots qf brother she oonfided land I know bow mothers jfoel about their boys und t enI epllIdnt bear to see you going tp the There vasi little tremble in her voice lidpick ookedup quicklyIDo you care he Ieii eagerly Yes Betty rj elle told him without coquetry tiifkvwe could be good friends if joujviuld pull up Dick flung ijmself down ou the bench beside ler I wquld have ti be more than friends Betty Belle lie said lhave grown to think a lot or JOlt you are so different Thats what jDrusilla says Batty BeUej remarker rand dont just see what you all niqau fittiefeel thjit life is orth while That night in dormitory 10 Beity Belle made a coi fession rIabout Dick Chase They were sitting in the dark and the other girls could not see her blushes I was iua Lit of atempeif yOi know Southern blpoii 1 commented Margaret Mills Maybd said etty Belle Across the camjus they could see the lights in the mjjn s dormitory In one room a crowd lol t 03s had ga around a piano ai d tlieir voices floated out in a rolliciki ig oJlegesollgln another room la lamp with a greW shade jmade a hilo around a maus bent head Vhy I believe Dick Chase is stuijiy- ntr nil lrusi a iKnvio XVhof is going to happen He Is going to turn over a new leaf said Betty Belie demurely Something ini er voice made the girls ask in a c orus 4iHow dp yiou stelBetty fShad wl JSketches a1tlstnnd1shadaw re a h qlenbputof her nhethbd In going along country mhjCdthec st on the ground graCef1tplants an i vines actually dis of the plants to even Juan can be seen in the Objects themis lve because slud ows have no persr ecUye and no sin d hug Ari easy yay to arrange a vost dlarJngwhile tie vase Is slowly turned until the shadow shows them to be suitably placed t As a tull Objects like large leaves and birds nests zte best for simple outlining while dulfcate and com qated shadows like those cast by vines and by most flowers are best for the blackened surface ftf the silhouette Shadow pu times iiak6 good records of flowers ancl plapts If accompanied by the usual notes on color and habit St Nicholas j t A Veach of a War Stor RCVOfUtlonaryt grewsomje kind is risked by Lynn Tew Spraguejin the Out hg Magazine innn article entitled General lsaac Shelby First Governor of STue in ojcldentnelgbbrhoodquently became acaptain was at the time acting as a sccut toShejbys com ihand and Whlle gathering1 informa tion before the acti n he came sudden ly upon a fcritishVTidri goon far from s port yIcj was jeati ig a peach Bojth were startled by th meeting and the Britisher swallowed the fruit stone and all md reached for his gun A shooting untch envied The dragoon perished n the due Land was hastll buried by the scout Ina shallow ho e Visiting tie grave irext year Culberv son found a Pencil ree growing troll yfruitlized by b is adversary The story we pntr10tarm l MOORS ASTHEY MHT Their Quaint Customs and Queer Modes of Salutation DIGNITY AND GRACE COUND- Elaborate s Social Courtesies That Are Exchanged in Everyday LifeEm Braces and Kisses The Etiquette of Sneezes and Yawns In contrast to somextiortliern nations it is hardly too much to say that the1 Moor of whatever class is born a gen tleman There is such a glace about the humblest such an easy dignitv that whenever Circumstances place them in pOSiton callh1g for the exer cise of courtesy they very seldom hill pOGStlaevery man of ability cunning perhaps would be the better word may rise to the highest place even though he start life as a slave the self proclaiming pan nulIs practically nonexistent This is not however to imply that gaucherie arid the pleasant manners which come from evil dispositions or stupidity are unknown Unfortunately the life led by the average Moor is one that dwarfs refinement of intellect as it does development of mind and the vices to which the majority succumb1 ea ly ite too often stultify the most prominent commencement It IB a pretty sight to see two elderly reclprtceof the other they approach with a slight inclination holding the Tight htinbs slightly advanced They press their finger tips together and begin si volley of salutations greet ings and inquiries hardly pausing to Insert replies and ejaculate God be praised Then each presses the finger tips which have been honored by con tact with those of his friend against his lips and then upon his heart as he raises his head and redoubles his salu tattons To every fellow Moslem the greeting 4s given EssaHiin alaikum Peace be unto you to which the answer is Va alal kumessalam Arid to you be peace To the Unbeliever the nearest approach to this permitted is Ala salam tak On thy peace which might mean anything The way to speed the parting guest is to ex claim 601 give thee peace or mate curtly In peace To those whose presence has never been desired it is usual to exclaim in tones sufficiently explicit Allah ihaunak God pro tect thee On arrival it is customary to exclaim to the guest Welcome to thee or Marhabbanr ahlan wa sah Ian Bq welcome at home and at rense interrogatories fall thick and fast How art thou Th- yhousethe nearest approach permit ted to inquiry after a mans wife Thy relatives What news Is noth ing wrong To which he replies if there is riothing specially to complain of All right thanl God All are In prosperityr if bnp news has to be given God knows Everything is in the hand of God v When a Moslem meats a European accompanied by a Moor though the latter be the servant he not infre quently ignores the Rresence of the foreigner and offers the salutation to his corelfgionistonly but if he passes a mixed company of Moors and Jews 9r Christians he exclaims Peace be on the people of Islam It two such parties meet onthe road the phrase is Peace be to those accompanying the Jews or the Nazarenes and It Is sufficient for one of each party to givp rand return the greeting though in the country several often do so Inferiors saluting superiors usually kiss the hand shoulder top of the turban or feet or the knee or stirrup of a horse man according to the terms on which they apyroHch The more abject forms are naturally only used to implore a favor thoujrh they are employedsonie times to Europeans In the extremity of supplication the very feet on ones horse are embracede The old custom of falling on one an others necks is still in vogue between friends loh separated leI and wo men restrict their greetings in public to words lilt personally I was some what star led by the sudden embrace bt a negress whose freedom my father had been 1hc means of obtaining when returning to the country after some years absence The kisses on such occasions are however fortunately delivered r or on the shoulder S inJIlea social usages of Moor- Ish life attention though not confined to Mprocco such as the ex clamation toonewbo sneezes The forgiveness of God be on me and on theeyto which the reply is Justice and praise to God If a mall who yawns in public does not use the pre scribed formula any one speaking to him may place the thick of his lUnd to his mouth uttering a pious sentenc ns the devi is accredited with perform- Ing an unpleasant operation In yawn ing mouth On the other hand anyone wearing a new garment or look lug special y spruce or having perform ed some c ever or meritorious act rel teives the compliment BI ahhtak j1Aa good Joke to tfull and sealed on the flOor he b nds backward and forward without restraint In his Inughter Often the tel er of the story wilt join in the process too Raising their right bands far above their heads as they roll back hey bring them tog fb r ins a hearty shake There never was a grander w ly of enjoying ft joke in vented The women when harpy giver vent to their feelings by a shrill iYooh yoo yoo boo yoo PaH Mall Gazette 1yoo1 COLLEC17NGCHINA How tq Buy Corjrectly and Make the Best SeLection Who has ever eni rgCl from a china shop without a fe liiig of utter be wilderment Of all those hundreds of patterns and dcijns qould one be chosen that would prove satisfying through many yesirs of service For tunately tastes hjiive changed during the past few ych and we are no d1nnorset AmerlcnnThese appropriateness to pues Qther furnish ings A dinner set usually consists of from 100 to 150 pieces Tlie covered dishes have attractive designs The simpler one would stand the test of time best All large houses iarry a number of stock patterns so that one rnayi acquire a dozen breakfast plates at one time a half dozen eoffee cups and Saucers at another time and so on until he has a complete set or as many pieces as are needed in the family Such stock patterns are by no means CflHjfiued to the cheaper grades of china but many of the best potteries bring quflltyIthe Dresden and Royal Meissen pot teries and which lts also been imi tated in England Its blue and white appealsItowillowware and the CuLnton blues potiltsfshoUdcheaper In the end to buy a good qual itj By this is not meant elaborate patterns The simpler colors are the better Gold is expensive and pieces on whlch gold is used will cost accord ingly Where stencils are used corn paratively little brush Work is neces sary and of course all extra hand work must tend to increase the price stipIfollows that if a piece of china has only hand work it must prove very ex pensive Thus the price of a single cup and saucer may run up to 30 or StO Always choose chIna which has a name on the bottom of the piece or a maruTof tHe potter tIt Js impossible short article to give these marks IEoo s are filled witij them and their study Is one great interest It should also be remembered that the lasting qualities of China are riot nec essnrily cleterininedi by its thickness or weight If you can begin your collection with only a few pieces be sure that they tire representative examples iof the pot teries whose names they bear How to Preserve Eggs For Winter There ire many w s of preserving eggs water glass being now very largely used for tlllr purpose The following however is a very shtisfactory method of olng so Take the eggs when liawly laid find place them with the snYall end downward exactly per pendicular in a board perforated with holes for the purpose It shiild be say two feet by one foot six inches anti have the legs five inches long says Woihans Life This will enable them tobe piled one upon another to any extent as they jare filled Eggs thus put in fresh from the nests in August and September will keep till winter asl good as fresh ones nut only for cooking but eating If you desire to be certain that sour eggs are good and fresh put them in water If the butts tilrn up they mire not fresh This Is an infallible rule for testing eggs How to Cure a Nerjvous Headache The ordinary nervotis headache will be greatly relieved aiid in many cases entlreJy cured by rerrioying the waisj of ones dress knotting the hair high up on the head out jof die way had while leaning over ai basin placing a sponge soaked In water as hot as it can be home on the back of tl1emeck Repeat tills ninny times alsbi applying the sponge behind the ears and the strained muscles and nerves that have caused so much misery will be felt to relax und smooth themselves out de Hclously and very frequently the pain promptly vanishes in consequence How to Have Sweet Peas All Summer When the sweet peas comE into bloom cut their flowers off as soon as they begin to fade This Prevelltstell- fron forming seed andjitlie plants hi their efforts to perpetuate their kind wlll straightway produce more flowers und kt on doing this as bug as interbred with In this manner flowers are secured throughOut the entire Sea songBut if seed is allowed to form you will have comparatively few tibWf ers during the latter part of summer How to Remove Paint Spots Whore a house is being done up paint Is hot infrequently spijled on doorsteps and it Is sometimes ound dUn mlt fo remove tin that case make a strong solution 917 potash and wash thsteps simply leaving the solution to soak in In a short tune the palpt wilL become soft and then can he washed tiin with soul and water TJien ijse jCPldj water Pallid wnicjitha been Jeft for somQ time ylllyieldj to thjSjtrtlaJment How tp PreserjveTa3te of pljvea Where a large bottle ot Qtyyes opefiekl oiri i only g part of tli0m n et11j the rjemaindei tIugheft1n pbrfne b econip coinpariyety 4taselef9 To avoldvtbtls ppur ha f r lm iqlive 65 the o wel The ol- eLvswLtIen r fajutJie1rlav9rin1efI- nitely m 1IpIIIIt Lit o1 fine Farm FOR SALE jtt I mileSouthgoqd barn well fenced Price 2000 No 203 Farm 100 acres good land 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville pike all good Indwell fenced and watered Price 50 per acre No 204 Farm 166 acres situated 5 dweiling50 per acre1 j f No 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 dwellingland all lies well Price 16 per acre fromSpmngfie1dbarns well fenced and watered Price 3700 207 52acre farm located i miles southwest Springfield Good dwell uildingsImprovemepts ce nSprihgwitefencedcultivation nd lies well Price 60 per acre fromSpringfieldgood barn wire fenced and mostly in grass Price 2000 WillisburgKylies well Mostly in grass Price 40 per acre 210 108 acre farm located 8 miles west of Springfield Good house and barn well fenced and watered Near railway station Price 3500 milesfromand barn 50 acns in bluegrass Price 1500 AND K mm mm + TO How to Preserve Ones Youth Some one once asked a woman how It was she kept youth so Her hair was snowy white she was eighty years old and her energy was waning But never one with the Idea of age for herheart was still young in sympathy and interest And this was her answers know how to forget things 1 tried to master the art of saying pleasant thingsi did notexv hand congenlalv 1 did my best to relieve the came in contact with and ering In fact 1 tried to dtfrto oth1 ers as II would bei done by and you see me In consequence reapIng fruits ot bJiPpineSs in It pencef I agel J J IvHow toFit Shoes F rconfdrt would find less difficulty with shoes says an salesnuin if they would stand Up to fit tliom oni instead of lawn with jtha gieatest difficulty that you can get them tostand ora feu ininr utesi even when thQ shoe is Then begin walking about they the shoes lure not so as fUey were Jit the first trial A womans foot Is coiif siderably smaller when she sits in aS chair than whdtfshe walks aboutv I HoW to Peel it tu vlil pbtir stliiui lt witer over pran nnd ettberii stand five min hard to off tvfil adhere Jo the peel and5 cbW off with It t tlerult fully clean rasnd ready to f A olrlif f I1dl ll It IS or onJf chiaP nuitur cohT drtnk has been known tQ curd J ases I How Leather not use plain water on leather iseate 6r in tHe line of I l 1tbrrt hard and indllfced to 6rack When the t ineeds or cfeahsln j a ueiik tsoda anti warm wae After waishlhg with tutti fhlI with a oo soap- R Wlthls tlo pJfl td the an Jet It soften for a coulie hon hWgaid ith 4d t spai and n I 213 38Oace farm 2 12 mjle rom woodland around dwelling 40per acre I 214 200acre farm tour trom S 215 103acre farm locate iles northeast of of cre 218 HIe Ky Good stly in grass 219 140acre farm 40 acn Pteek J 45 per acre 220 100acre farm locate iIes east of Small u good barn Price 2600 I r 22h 191acre farm 4hiIes north of All lies improvements per acre c 550per acre f223 130acre farm 6 mile et of all good land go delling house and barns 60 per ci 224 acre farm locatedOnear from All good la dJying 226 350acre farm located 3Jnnles south of Good movements Qf every kiyd Price ii h 20acr farm a mil4s rom Good house and ba it and a aesirable home per a r1A 11 INSURANCE REAL ESTATE G IjjI f fHE SAFEST AND ffOICKEST WA I i4Iii LONG IFOR RATES APPLY LOCAL MANAGER L t CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATEf her wonderfully she impressed I disagreeable tlm11trIedmisery 1 sympathized wtthtbenmtt Oldi People reaflyMnade experienced sitting 1wfitteda wjienthey xvondenwhy cOmfortabfc 6rangesErasily e 1Theeatiiut beftufi 3slice jRPWa a nrbflng- 1nthe sprtlcortble tnoslstubborn fJ toen anything leather Idfutton5 lfhfIJntlxl tiorthigh1 t leather kftotMdh eak- OltiiOTh1fofflsuihFth t It1WU ndGQod improVemitjland1l tobaccoland Springfielda5lyo s s mallhouse tSpringfield and Springfield elgoodS35 grksgoodithfrovements Springfield 100 twoISpringfield ai4weltfenced Springfield 227 pringfield ibeswell MCELROY WHARTdll DlSTlti iTEEEPKdRe7 Fog AGEfTAN OPPRTUNITY- 11The m World And its ritfeByI6rNOW READY FOR OLIITORSl 576 Imperial Octayo Pages 25lrSugerb Engravings irpni Eho p ta e by CoJ Bryan Recounts his triparoundthevor1d greatestmost sutqessful book of thisgeheValionr 25000 caned for in OtT days Writffeiis for sample reports of first 80 agents ealyTheSend tiipycens tocovei cost ojmail ing and handling rtTHE THOMPSON PUBLISHING qjO St Lpui Mp brLiIStTak His Own Medicine Th znanwbo IIsetnedIe iost fteydaythethese remedies naturally 6omeVt6ow the supehof frbirftlii 1fedindh- en the time cornea that he hMto1 de cide on which remedy he Will talK Ke hq1sihardhe4c1toxtWrsaught JiIthefieldCltTKansyears and when finally he himself began to hesffneyfndecidingwhlch take It was Dr Calc19eRaSYf1p psim NoW after havIng gIvn a ko test Mr Hawlclhs writes WI that it Justified CMt jigh opplon aidhelacurad It was the same WIth b ttEnrtd Lefnrt nDI iH was bt oitea had constipation and xcfy Yetrtobtlat sedfttoldbhaZebeen wlLrnaneye sh J8 frUd anydragIstorwells yrap Pepsin fof obstinate onstioatlom blUOIliessJarrkeawhether orman the dUeaitis iaan4fifantchJJdyr Bia It is the bestfamfly laxaUveJ irK1sf Mt a 4 ffecMve pleasant andi8nrB Thep1xijtors udrei11ltctobebring about a comp3e tottliebette1 s It is WWlt bob tIe sure relief can be had terete eV1ayijotU so y- qrnr t1twql dRfOl trTnee 4shMe I1ryDId PI9VYlAga 1ttoMeMYFTIWftMremdy wttl as j vf sewsdMOIMOgtoImchilMrir IIIWII d- Ir sisusflsiiIsst t= rugUovEoioT 1KhaMMs K4IIII cf 9stiWt pps ri I t I RED tir w ak1sWSdMinisSSrIISR f roi 1 fIIf c t i r l i f1 i TE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OVEAtBER 6 I9Q7 3PQOE3Ea3 ff StbckJo6ROCERiESf 7j H Lfxtures For i Sale I T- 1 t r 1 r Having decided to leave Springfield I wish i tIj J e ofmy business Interests and ath r r L Odt Offering my line of Groceries Furni a i d ur and Fixtures for sale at a Low Price + a In the meantime I will Continue to selliiJt t ajt Greatly Reciuced Pride to closeout r T t fg t ij t ir r Fresh Groceries Staple and Fancy ci I- fj t i t calland taKe Advantage of These Bargains r LA rI J I f s t r rI t t P LAy 1 t lSpR Norf 1 I j 1 KENTUCKY r IIAitD1 fJ rt r9Y ftw a Jt Ab fl1 An fniltir ntt P flLhetc 9t 9 y 91m r l 9ti t1 2 9o ltl 9hAQitv t I t l jI t t OWN JAILER t jRISONERHIS ai MurderorrWho f Be eleased j f r gui lotine and no ccutioJ1er iud indeed no arrangej S aacati for dealing with It is time place to rejcill the amusing murtIserer who was tried convicted arid sentenced to death ic Monte Carlo The authorities asked France to loan- eur M Deibler and tis little instruj Frenchjoideration of iCKK The prince siought this too dearmd soap IJedj mr his brother of Italy Italy offered1f datlie thing all included ors again was found too deartThe mam is not worth it naid the Money jpEque authorities sb the sentence of death was com JBtited to one of life a Bat there was no pris il11prisoDIl1entl r iEod a gaol had to be aaqjress purpose of confining ibis inur ver and a jailer had to beappoluted Ibis state of things lasted for some months and then the j iler died Tha authorities at Mot te Carlo when cDnsidering the appointment aflllsjMccessor came to the onclusioa tSL man the one prISOn r was costing Restate a great deiil ol money So a lommis8ion fisited hIm asd told him Att In future he would be required to aK1stun filled HJis meals used to be sent r tla1fn to him if rom one cf the hnels in Mown buy one day the sc pn who Srought himhis dinner dd pot turn up 3ki time and So the pris ner wn lk to the hotel and took lis meal there lifter thafhe got into tie habit offfoj- mg up to the lintel for lil meals Then after a stroll on the fr nt he used to Facetttrn to his prison an shut himself fcarefully jolting tie door inside Zftit again time authors ies found that lie Was costirjg them toe much and so t OOET day they called hln up and told fm that the were sick of seeing him aflcsri the place and thai he must clear t IJIIIt He emphatically efused to do- milgofh the kind You sentencedItom to penal servitude f r 3 7and 1 expect to scntGnce I have no me ins of earning au IFveliliootil since you reated all the Bottler and It is to you that I look for my sustenance r prinha Ntnty OtMonaca wis obliged to x atettle gin annuity of i21 a year upon co ivrct 1 efore he would consent W accept hN freedoni and leave th trytAa soon as this was ar surged lie took up leis a ode In a little r ttage just 6ver the M maco border T7a time story and the docu aerat fixing tio ther with details a out the pay isocuts3auT be seen In he Monaco ar 1 w = rte ctives r xThe late Prince Monaco was fond of telling this stor flii Parisian draw fug rooms and if I remember aright A heard it ion the st me occasion as did the late Guy Qe M u aSSlnt tiondon Man i Sydney S ithJokeSy ney Smith yaj very hapftyJn hiij couniry life and I is children1 caught his s Irltof deli jht over common thmgsV They lovedan ma s and spent long hours In train ng them One lit tie beast a1 baby djonke became under their tuition perk s t lie most accomplished oV his specTe s a Id unconscious ly gave rise to a jquatrain which now belongs to the fart of Sydney Smith The donke was a vrell educated chap He would Valk u i stairs follow the family In their ram les like a dog and when they entered Ills meadow run to meet them twiith i rs down and tail erect braying oyo i ly One day wens Billys head asI crowned with Qpwe sand he was lug trained a liahdherchief for a bridle Mr Jeffrey unexpectedly ar rived He the sport and to the childrens deli Ii mounted BnIY1 Ihwhenthree friends retried from a walk slid took in the lest scene The great man advanced wijth extended hands and greeted his old friend iu an im promptu which has become familiar to the reading work Witty as Jloiratlus Flaccua As great a Jacoblr aa Graechusi Short though not asfanas Bacchus Seated on ajittlei dykes A Corpora s Lesson During time Ilex utiduarj war the captain of a 11ttl u 1of soldiers was givujg or ersuuoui1 a heavy beam that tliet Were endeavor ng to raise to the top of some militarit works which they were repairing rre weight was almost beyond their power ami the voice of the stiperiti endent was often heard shouting at hem An oflicer not in military cos time was passing and asked time supei intendent wiy lie latterastonishedpphip of an enipero and skid SirAl am yYou= don Mri Corporal rod taking off his hat he bowed saj Ingrwas not aware of that Upon th s he dismounted and pulled until great lsperspiration stood oil his forehead W ien the bgaui was raised turning to th little great man haveeanother such jpb an I not enough men sendfor ypur commander In chief and aserandThe little corporil was thunder struck It was Washington who thus addressed him i rPiJSEFJUL HOUSEHOLD HINTS FfurnitureandIBricabracv- v There are many little hints the fol lowing of which will prolong the life of some valued piece of furniture or article of bricabrac far beyond its natural period of existence says the Chicago News How many persons for Instance goodIregister or any very warm spot the neat win cause the wood and glue to dry thus bringing about dry rot togetberisome ished wood chair quite oblivious of the fact that the sharp belt buckles they are wearing are making great scratch es that can never be eradicated IThJn too there are the little suggesj the care of ornaments so gel 101In very perso s indeed clean glass lamp globeswip dow panes etc properly Especially iforihe former the best thing is to place pulverized pumice stone between the layers ota folded piece of soft muslin and sfltch around the edges to prevent timePowder troth spilling Wipe the glass with this dry cloth and alImanyiImesAnother good idea is to keepa wet sponge in the cabinet with ivory cu ribs on carvings It will provide mols furo that nts cracking from dry heat Of course the sponge mpst be remoistened occasionally Often even valuable china is defec btive in the firing and so it would be well to keep all such welds as lemons vinegar etc away from fine china as In the event of Its not being properly fired the acid will take all the paint from it As a guard against accident when a valuable vases filled with flowers it should first be artly ffled with sand over which the water should be poured This will keep the vase from toppling over by adding to its weight j And all these are onlylr few of the useful j hints that be given and which every housewife should take well to heart How to Clean Silver Quickly Returning home aftera three months absence I saw with misgiv IngV the tarnished condition of my sit verxvare writes a correspondent of 6ot d Housekeeper I felt it would require several treatments of the usual preparation of whiting or chalk to re stores rIghtness and I wanted It bright at once as company was com So I bestirred ni s91t A can of ordlnaryAconceutrated lye me my eye I and r said Here Isa kill or cure v Into a gallon of water I poured5 two flat tablespooufuls of lye ajid in it I put testrbef 1 risked rn reThe water boil ed for a few minutes had presto the caddy looked like new and jthat with out a particle of rubbing A bath ip warm soapsuds removed the lye and thelrless task was done in less time than is usually required for pile plec when chalk is used Frequent trials since have convinced nie the method is harmless II can also recommend this for all articles of enameled ware that have grown soiled or disco1ked How to Pop Corn The best corn for popping is neither too old nor yet too green Last falls cropis in nnef conditionhowj The best results nre attained if corn is first f placed under the faucetIand thorough then a lft on the 1back the stove in the popper mov lIng it gently back and forth until the t rorn swells a little and hecQlriesper jfectly dry says the Washington Star Shake over a steady hot fire when the grains will pop into great kernels the texture being remarkably and delicate Empty the popper into a big tin pan sprinkle lightly with salt and if desired pour over a half cup of melt ed butter for every pan of corn Shake and toss until ever kernel is season ed For filling the little tarlatan stock ings not butter but simply salt How to Use Borax In La f ndrYI Th washerwomen of Holland and Belgium so proverbiallV clean trod who get up their linen so e lly white use refined borax as a wall ins powder instead of soda in the proportion of a large handful of borax pow der to about ten gallons of bcjillng wa ter They save In soap nearly half For laces and cambric an extra ouan thy of the powder Is used and for anything required to be extraistiff a strong solution Is leresary Borax being a neutral salt does not in the slightest degree Injure th texture of the linen Itseffectiis to 8 ften the hardest water and therefore It should be kept on every toilet table H howFor deep frying pullpa thin slice of bread and f it browns while you can colint the fat is hot eJ1 for youIprepar ed from cooked fish or meat such as croquettes Tse plenty of fat and al ways strain it carefully before putting away for future use CXXXXXXJOPGOOGOOGOOOOPOOOOO THE SUN 1O- OOOOOOOCCGCXX5COOCCCOGCOCO i In Time of Troubfe That the folds of Old Glory afford PlbiouspolI1t revolutIonsmade a riding tour of the mountains One morning a member of the party jaculnttered on a bamboo pole We must pay our respects some one said After some search they found a path that zigzagged up to the wild place They followed it and at last discovered an aged negro sitting before sus wat tied hut smoking his pipe litlfbe kept an eye on the dag Whats the flag for some one asked Vi Tertection said the old man quiet ly I he ah dey done begin auudder resolution BO I put hit up Yas suh i1 come heah twentytwo yeahs ago asrplace Yas suhPlant yam an coffee an cassava Resolu tions Joan trubble dis iilggah Ebery time dey resolute down yander up goes lie flag an dats all dere is to hit A Futile Offer Nobody had ever accused Nathan Harlowe of indulging In romance or sentament When it camE to a ques lion of young Jared Parkers marrying one of Mr Harlowes daughters the tIndIGot his mind all set on Pheiule Mr Harlowe remarked Iria dazed tone to one of his neighbors and I couldnt turn hull no uioreu d could turn an injiue I put it to him plain and offered him inducements but twant a mite o use I the oldest and ought to be marrIed fust by rights I said to him and moren that shes a suit able height Youd oughtnt to take a little short piece like Phemie tall as you are But I couldnt convince him Im a to have Pheinle and that mahosan3 bureau shes told me about he says laughing Sakes alive maul It said to him Theres two bureaus goes with Mar thy and maybe three But he just laughed and shook hisbead so then I gave up contending with him once and for n lI Theres no reason to him Youths Companion Good Times In Turkey You people of the warmer climates have little idea of our exhilarating win ter said the tourist from New England Oh I dont knowV responded the livelylittleKansas City Times Ii SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN YsWaldnerreasonableprices tire R F D No 5 Telephone 99 1 long 1 short orbuqaC L Grundy R R No1ads for sale a 125 pound Chester White male hog rlcktownKy cockerelsandBrahmas r saletwentyfiveabout 50 pounds Having moved to Illinois i have for sale 2000 sticks nice tobacco at the PerkinsMackyille E Leachman has for sale one 3 archildsalesome saletwor J V Derringer t1 has for sale 1000 cedar post 2c a piece THE SUN AND J otSpI- jera 1 L175Weekly 125Nashville 175Weekly176SemiWeekly 175ThriceaWeek 125American 150AmerJcanBreede Gazette 225 sOOFarmFarm Field and Fireside u 175 3Lippincotts 4Ledger75 435HarpersSunny South 3 15e ThysOIR x i r 11q ri