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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f tk1 0 1 l th tf lct T FtI J I I 1t UU l f 1 f L i I t 4 6 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYT Ij ifI r 1 h 1 VOLUME III i t 49er IN RFEkENC1 TOIV An Ar tic Cir Head d Editorial and tailed fE L D Struck Off List ThkirdayN6vembtr 7 In ihi Ye r of Our t Lord Nineteen Hundred and Siren Editorial at the head EL D rj at hetallof an art ckle struck off V last Thursday Nove b r7 has got us aguessini We ar awondefin a wpriderin jvhose pen twas that fluriij the ink that soiled tl e paper How ever wekare absolute y certain that i t ishotithe product oi the pen oftbj ufirstpage editor bgcause the first page editor of die News Leader writes rath rintelhge tly ButJ we must end avor to lift the j veil OfIllYSt ourim s for a magic wand with which to pull side this great sIa tery profound For hours lear rea er we have been delving deep into cells of graymatter we haye gene into the Kingdoms of Thought anji have soared among the Stars of Memory in search of a corn elterIskelterinitials arejE L I and as luck would nave fitw e fou d Wizzard Wits thevvault of a Star a dthelittlein sleuth has c nsented t assist us i1 And herewith he beg ins his work Wizzard Wits sugge its thatE Lrn Dstandsor Elias ickemupDick eybird A wood Bugg soon tis too but we must turn it down While we have no especial respect fort e intel ligence of Blias Licken iup Dickeybird i we must admit that he could have written an r tickle with at least pme sense irv iti Elias as never been known to thrust upon an unsuspecting public a fowl feathere i with so many ddiosyficracies Faiiufe outs not deter Wizzard JVitsl It whetshs deterniina ion tp go fur therntothrlwinding recesses of pro found mystery And Wizzard Wits draws other deductions and follows other clews E LDr Coul it be my old i friend Best bile L Doodlebug asks Wiz ard Wits But w s answer that it dlebugsInow in a hole hibernatn g and besides lie wrild Tor last yea s almanacs tal together I sllafford to have other questions like those robinit f iu prfwho ouncea coiiUts aiiy HE L DUwhp co ild it bet The mystery deepens The ides of thought blear upon their bosoms rib clews and in answer tojthe shouts of my tual activioy U can only near disappoint aiig and uncanny echoes cries Wiz ard Wits from the depths of a tortured soulDear reader rd Wits must 1aVf3a f f wlmomenb3 for reflection he is searching the pag s ota Scotl Raid JHandbbok Bear with hint p 1 tiently and ws feel that he will unray el the mystery t- Ah Ihay it now i have it My 3 magi wand hath found t My reputa iionIs sustained s outs Wizza WitS i ElLDPhEtemal L Dobad 4 II have found it at la 5t lllave found itsI have found iandlishall return to riy vault in tne star Wizzafd Wits you ar j a wheelhorse We believe you have m de a gfeat d is covert Bat jet us 160 into this mat ter dispassionately lit us weigliwell everything before putting this grave charge at the door of Et srnal LJDpbad He may have written the article soundSvery much like But let us reflect 4hjm x J 4Dear reader we in a few moments weL are around the reflenct fql tI r JI ing Powderee must not do Doll badan I Has JujtICeIpowder taker effect We yet bel Wits 89 has mmef cries Wizzard Wits and I bplicve Et jrnal L IhJ alibijIflops tell mfhah was out of town tr to him elf prditionsides I do not bell ve he would contrib tits to such sheet a sheet that tells pvtheFROM JAS EROH MARKET But I refuse t give upicries the game little Wizzai d Wits E L D K kittle Did but he di dnt do it eco Id have done better EastrhL Dope Erastus L Dark brown E L1ew tin Doright or Eti mologist L Iofferjoy might have each contributed Mph and thus proI sated the ariickle However I can not believe these j fentlemen did it and I dont Want tobr understood as ac using themI 1 I must 1Icontinue my research Illy ust t n et aall think Along think a stronkth nk thinK altogeth et 1iBut hold a mini bI I have it now ham sure I haklved the mystery Ill stake my Ki- gdom in the Stars upon it E L DTElsyL Dontknow By the holies Hes the fellow Wiz L and Wits has solvJEd the mystery h Has pulled aside tht mystic curtain and Easy L Dontkiow comes forth wrap 1ped in a cloak cf g lilt We ought t haye made the discovery sooner w ought to h an article likethe one slrudoffJast Thursday Wouldt fit the calib r of Easy L Dont know i Now this articlcie headed Editori al and taIled 1E p D was a sort of comeback jjJin an issue of Sun of date October laIIIIfew pitiful and ridi iulous attempts to prove something wi hout evidence you have editoYri al and tailed ELD E LaD emphatu allay ails he refuses to be annihilated i he has our consent to make such arefal The fact we promise to do a in our power to hcla sphere in the wOrldl and occasionally breaks the monoton in lifes dull rou tine by giving us omething uri iculous 1YgOOdu But you are wrong my dearly b eIleved brother when you say we atI ynduring the recent ca rnpaign Since WQ read that we have la ughed outloud sev enteen times notwit hstanding the ac cusation is a very s rious oneI Mal an issue out of you Surely you were youdas soon u o a pound cake 9Yt of snowballsfAnd E LrD non ensi ar tickle headed editorial and tailed hitmalicious mists resentati6ns con tamed in the last issue of The Sun I Malicious misre presentations i Aint them words tiguns Biggern newlyelected nien ibef to the Leegis later But in that fourcolumn ar tickle headedrredi opial and taillE L Dfl there is not a single line maliciously mis represented i j In order to show the readers Of The Sun now E L D proves 7 an asyou sertion we quote tihe following from his articfelej rf f Brother Gore quotes the Scripture accuses us of violating the Ten mandments that of Bearing false wit Or1aSentatorieal trickery are known to many of the voters of Washington county We have refrained from giving them altnough they would have made interesting read ing and perhaps would have had their stjLseengJVejtheDemofcrabcthere were three aspirants for the hon or which finally narrowed down ttf two BosleyThenation was suggested by Mr Bosley primaryordIdnot take kindly to this method He had a plan which would beat the old probablylearned delayithe candidate to the county committee chairmanMra square deal from everybody an which is commendable in any man politicsfinaUy MrBosleyRead the above carefully dear read er We wantY9p to point out the de tails of thispiece of political trickery Howeyer since Mr Gore has seen fi to accuse Us ot bearing false witness we will proceed briefly to give the fat fin that transactionsOne would nat orally suppose that a great facts would this rationf cributfor facts desrireaderfacts JrSuntor by trickery iUasy L Dontknow not only fails to produce facts but he fails to bring forth a si gle line of evidence to prove himself 6t guilty of bearing false witness We hay 2 no desire to call attention aneIPan but we are again forced to pre sent our readers with facts whicH prove guiltyoa second time of bearing false witnes- eidR the following paragraph from the j arbckle headed editorial and tailed 4 L Dv Anbth 5r point objected to and for thmore thibarredFar partyJatonal district that the three counties Washington Taylor and Marion sha alternatee in furnishing a candidate fOr WaShingtoas committee had named him the district tndhe a and proceeded to endorse the action of the Tdistricthe ti n of the county committee 11S final aridhwas final isAt a meeting of the Fifteenth Sen torial District Committee held at Leb anon Ky April 4 1907 the follow n resolution was adopted v thisQommitteedoLebanon Ky on May 1 1907 and in cise there is but the one candidate for saidtthistommittee willmeet on the above ate and name the tine and manner of risking nomination MSPALDINGCrairmal ct tceThis resolution from the Fifteenth vutthat IE L D is guilty of bea i witness and we shall offer no proof We quote again from the artickle eaded editorialand tailed IE L D as follows 4 VThe editor duringlast year We realized then as we realize now that each side of t questioh is entitled to consideration a we did not feel called upon to stand indulgein adthatnt tihearthe cries that came up from the childrerfmisery You say Mr Gorefliat their pitiful tears appealed toyou and that would not turn them away with reliefHownd staunch the flow o tears of the thous 1Sestappeal iu you your treat work of theIo politicaloffice n01sooneryou up and ask tor your reward Behold see what I have done Payme I want St1teSenatet j The editor of The Sun is5 not the only person in Washington county who took E Li D to task for hid silence during the local option fight in this county last year There were several hundred others who took you td task And you didnot feel called upon td stand and beItevebade ourselves to belie athat howl jnj during that local option fight vould have done the Cause any good f ountjbleance any sort of cause ihen there is no kind of a doubt tha E L D formidablte oe upon one side a da power henisas as are thesea shores thatfun Gore we failed to hear the ed thatcarne up from the thousands Grofdescribable misery says a L D isThati nin the extreme It is akin tothe confession of Tiberus who adknpwl edged that he had bruised9ie hearts of little children mg gloat over the tears of their motners And you failed to heafthe cries ofthe4women and children of Washing flip county andY ou turned a deaf ear to the pleadings of these tortured ones whose hopes had been shattered whose homes were pdverfcystricken tniserablsbecause of the winecup and failed to hear You likewise also youI to hear the pleadings of theijdowntrodr den tobacco growers for assistance in is mighty contest for siipr ynacy ov a trust You Mr Gore at their pitiful ythpitfntearS appealed to me and I tried with all the powers that God han m falIof hear ntmothers and children because of the inebriety of husbands and fathers notwithstanding you sa you failed to hear W d know yo have seen anjl heard you qould not ave lingered so long in thiold world wlthouthavin seen and aaaye never downKthe tS of time without offering even in a small way to encourage the thate hearts of the distressed to brighten the life of a encourage the mother whose boy had Medyour paper you have offered no consol ing words to the devoted wife whose husband through the wihejcup has become as wekno nV 1hattheirPitiful tears appealed not to Y ou The remainder of this lartrckle EesU EngL St the farmers in their or ani ation It will be remembered that in our issue Of October 30 we suggested that E LID publish some ing from his past issues which w old prove that he had been a fn nd to this great tobacco organizatio In his frenz E L tYprevious l ssues un a v weak attemptsnd to of itemPteis ifuliIn none ot these extracts do we find a single line advising the farm r to pool his tobacco The extracts are lukewarm and no doubt were the result of pressure from a few of his fri nds But we must close The next time we take our seat with pei in hand we may drop you a few lines ort f GORE JJ1 t t SPRINGFIELq ON MAIN LINE fIt4 L N May Run Through Trains ViaSpringfield Is The Latest The Elizabethtown News says We have it from railroad men that the L1 n N railroad is contemplating building acut off which will make big changes in this part of Kentucky The company has surveyed a road theIright of way to Alicetoh on the K D and Springfield on tpe Bardsto n Jrioreiin pugNow that the freight business ha ucItonofthiia miles shorter by using the1 Bardstown di instead of the pre ent line by Lebanon n iiswould be a great thing for Springfield and Bardstown and would be hurtful to both Lebanon and Lebanon Junction tso eensburg would only be used as alo cal Tdad such as the Bardstown Brand now while the latter would become a part of the Knoxville division The eSid of the division would a changed from Lebanon Junction to Bardstown Junction h LITERARY SOCIETY To Be Organized In Springfield Friday AfternoonM its s Meeting at School Building ofIschool building Friday afternoon of this week at 330 oclock for the purpose Terhein past experiences of such a society is city have proved its success from tulhe interest that was manifested is encour aging fort a successful organization this ll Only those who have been identified with a literary society are famili with the knowledge anc elevating in flluence derived from a thtproducts of the great as e landuother PI su rounding a society of this natur This npporturiilj should be sfrn braced by every one The meeting on Friday fter oon should be largely attended CROSSES T r EAT DI Sndr C W Epperson Dies of Pneu m inia at Age of Sixty three mYears iIL Mri GW Epperson one of Sprin fields most worthy citizens died at his home on last Thursday morning at 2 oclock of pneumonia at the age of sixtythree years Mr Epperson was a native of Clark county but came to this county five years aero from Jessamine county andt had been making his home in Spring field since He was married about three years ago to Mrs Ellen Foster of this county who was his second wife His r wife survives him One son Mr J F Epperson of the Pleasant Run nei boyhood Also survives Funeral services were conducted from the Christian church of which he was aj devout member on Friday mom ing at 10 oclock the services being conducted by the pastor E10 W F Rogers The burial was in the city cemetery Met Epperson was an honorable and upright citizen and had won the esteem of gIhis t H 5 CIRCUIT CQURJ Has Been In ceLastIWetlnes ay M Circuit Court has been in session in Springfield sine last WedniaSday and quite a n rumbercivilandd criminal dockets haye ben disposed of y The grand jury adjourned yesterday after returning 18 indictments 4 The more I important cases f of the Commonwealth disposed of are as fol jIJattiealiclou cutting I peliIitentiary for stealing purse It will be togetherewith another tramp went into the home of Mrs Wycoff here and stole a rse in which were severarciollars in notessPar ne was released on bail and has not since been heard of Jack Lewis was given three years in nthe penitentiary fpr housebreakin He recently broke into the restaurant of Singleton Davison colored CANDIDATE FOR PAGE IN HOUSED i f v I Master Dudley Ragsdale An noun es His Candidacy f Master Dudley Ragsdale who was a Page in the last Legislatureis again Q candidate for that honor and the chances are that he will win Dudley made one of the most efficient Pages the Kentucky LegIslature ever haw and by his manliness and strict atten tion to duty he won the admit Ion of every member of the Legislature SUCCESSFUL MEETING Being Held at Baptist Church By i ofRev Williams One of the most Interesting and suc cessful meetings ever held in Springfield is tteitfg onductedby Rev Vm H Wi lams of the Baptist church Since the meeting began Mondav a week ago there have been thirtyfpur Jtwentytwabyaraptism and twelve by letter Mr Williams failed in his efforts to procure the services of an evangelist and de sorfar as the preaching was concerned He has delivered Some powerful ser= mOllS andLliu ftuitsoi his vfforts are very manifest The meeting will con time for several days ij CARDWELLf + f1f As we promised the readers of The un last week to report twp weddings in this letter we will now jot them downIMr Charley Gibspn ot Sharpsville and Mrs Lettie 4nn Jenkins were glourImmediately they left for Louisville where they efegscar Armstrong i Mr Lloyd Lay and Miss Lola lard tIer were married Sunday af ternop i at J30 oclock at the home of Mr E M R ya tv the Rev Mason officio in buggynineteen years of ago whileIiliabride is just sweet sixteen Recently bought a farm ffnrMr Wilt Warner and had the hoe furnished eady to receive his bride r Corn is selling fpr i2V5a barrel and thatgh A IKyler arle in Louisville this wee disposing ok a f bjunch of hogs Albert William has lots of buSI- ness at Perry ville since tho tair judg ing from the frequency of iite trips AL Graham boughtRaLily a 4 bunch of cattle at 34 per pound WL Graham aokl a fifteen nryearpldl Sack to Robert Forsythe for 250a L Mrs Albert Tatuni yisifed her btdt f i er E J Perkins Thursday night c V T Jtvi h t C- cS 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER I X 1907 l t l t ANTSih4hoe I the Goodsare Merchants who AD VEIlTlS1E ise and JiciousAdvertiseis first stud the wants of their- PatronsJ and then S lctth Best Medium Through which to put j thehIWares before the public f T hJ i = SUn Jsre 9tized as the best paying medium thoughwhichthe merchants of WashingtoiJcountyjacquaint the pub ijd with their goods The SUN goes into every nodk and corner pf the county into the homes s men womerrand children alike not only because of its superior news service coY ring the entire county and giving State ana Rational news in condensed form and c containi g very ot er featur ofan up mount y but because its couma s are a safe guide to follow ire the pur hosing of ofall kinds 1 f J re in The Sun and tje Resultsj It t I i Modern Methods I1 f l Of Fk1IfDoes farming pav11wo young men inilNew York State convinced them selves that lit does and set out to demonstrate their tlresis They had nplijbeen bred to agriculture One was ana Assistant bank cl rk and the other at civil engineer Te civil engineer sand to the bank clerk Why is it that s6 manyOmen say Jhey are going to have a farm when the get rich Why iillj have one right away We both x jk farming Lets buya rundown place workIt pan see what we can doa i hit I belie e we can make it profittI So ithey went to wor What they ac cpnplfshed is worth of Attention in the Middle West as w as in the effete E t e The first thi g tley did was to ac quIfe technical knp ledge fox which purpose one attend an agricultural systeIy ment of a farm Tl le next thing was toi look up alocatioi for their experiment which they ound in Niagara county New York thirtyfive from Buffalo arid s teen miles milesj p Rcckport wheresthe were thr joining id become so runt j down is to be hardly rofitable to their t There fences twoowners wer no r oJdib rns two mise able houses nct 190 acres They bbi ght the property fot a song The er gineer who had taken his course in agriculture to some purpose at once b gait to apply his knowledge of trie the liistry of the soil- lt to he improvement o f the impoverish ed and while the ex ank clerk super intended the construe iono f new build f ings This was in 190 J The young men have been two years j Oil the lace and heir experiment L tresult Ther was one field of e thaij usually produced about uarter 3irac a half tons oE hay or one and tons p r acre The soil i wks scientifically tre ted This year field has produce d thirtytwo tons tjflie timothy fit for eed or five and ird tons per cre of the finest t pir ton to raise an is worth 15 per tQntosellan return o fruit grain and other crops have been similarly in ureaedThis year he profitspf the i 1= i 7 r tW1rimng farm rs have begin 6000 living I One of the grat farm problemsa- tthPresent time is that of procurmg labor On this subject the New York Herald quotes the engineer member of the firm as saying We have nol bpfes farmer or fore ma ti We rUn fnings and tell bur six Jdrhdinen what o do And we dont have any troublnf about help either W have men uu the waiting list Thats because we treat our hands just as they would t treated m the city Wpay them4 a month or 25 and food Their houjS are from six in the j moLiiing to six at night with one and a lalf hours ridining They quit at- six and there are no chores by lantern ligit We hire others to do that ThY havfe their Sundays off and all holidays and sick Mme It pays There is where so man farmers fail They coipplain of trou le about getting and ke pinJthelp G3 and see how they work them andw 1o they give them to eat arid the pia sl they give them to sleepvin We reason for the trouble and a system lisi that keeps Sltheon the waiting The young men ve experimented found put list pays them best Tty place now to mixed fuming Uieiriliance are neVex known to year they expect to p money In the meantime thy enjoy he indepen dence of kings Ojfe of them expressed hirpself on this su ject as followsII hate to see thee night come Im so hay If ther rlroad gets gay YJ e shall plan to carr our produce tOwn in I automobile fa m wagons Isnt that independenceI in what these young men have ac coPlished by applying modern business methods to farming there is a lesson for farmers in al partsof thAUm ted Ste tes =Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin L A NatTQiv Escape W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Md had a narrow escape four years ag when he ran limson burin o hid thumb He says The doctor wanted to it but would not consent I bought a box f Bucklens Arnica Save and that red the dangerous wound1 25c at i iydon Robertson Druggists tt l Tribute to The Memory of Gus L Funk If We are going down the valley one 3y one- Human comrades there will aricl I JButith us IChriStAgain reaper has been in our midst and claimed asits victim one of our brightest and most upright young men Gus Funk Tis sad indeed to see one just in the bloom of young manhood and with prospects- of a bright career before him cut down by the icy hand of death yet an all wise God saw fit to take him from this earth and with saddened hearts and tearful bow in submission be fore eyeiw Thy will be done Truly say of Gus He was a man Many were the excellent traits of character he possessed Having known and been associated with him from childhood we loved him more as- a brother than a friend Though he- had never professed faith in God he had during his lifetime manifested a deep interest in his souls salvation and we trust that sometime during his ill ness God so revealed Himself that he was able to trust Him and lean upon Him even in the dark hour of death As the hymn Rock ot Ages r was being sung and we vere looking upon the face of our dear friend for the last time m this world th re passed through our mind the words of the poet who wrote V Rock of s cleft or me Sung abovela coffin lid Underneath all peace ullyrAlF lifes joys and sorrows hid Nevermore Oh storm tossed soul Nevermore from wind or tide Nevermore from billows roll xWilt thou need thyself to hide Could the sightless sunken eyes Closed beneath the soft brown hair Could the mute and stiffened lips r Move again in pleading prayer Still Oh still the song would be Let me hide myself in Thee t To the heartbroken father and mother and the weeping sisters and broth ers we extend our deepest end most heartfelt sympathy and in this the darkest hour of their lives niay they be able to look tp Him foDJcomfort who doeth all things well Funeral services were conducted at Bethlehem church by the pastor Rev R L Purdom and the body was laid to rest nfthe cemetery at that place The pallbearers were Messrs John Kimberlin Leslie and Herman Purdom Claude and Thomas Begley and Alvin Hatchett A FRIEND f4 lj 1 Are We to Hale a Meat Faminer Bulletin No 55 which iias just been issued from the office of the U S De partment of Agriculture gjyes some in terestinp statistics about the meat sup ply of the United States For instance the bulletin shows that on January lf 1907 there were on the farms and ranches of the tJnited States 20968000 dairy cattle and 51J566OOd other cattle t jOn June 1 1900 there were 18108666 dairy cattle and 51227166other cattle These fi ures show that the increase in cattle specially those other than theIof beef and dairy products The figures about sheep and swine are still more significant On June 1 1900 we had 61735014 sheep while on January 1 1907 we only had 53240000 a decrease of nearly eight and a half million head Stillimoreof hogs while on January 1 1907 the number had fallen to 54 atdecrease Auf nearly ten million in seven years Notwithstanding this decrease in the number of sheep and hogs we find from the same authority that their market value has largely increased For instance the total value of sheep on June 11900 is givenlat 170881 743 while on January 1 J907 they were yawedat 204210000 an in crease otover 33000000 The in ctcasemithe value of swine is still more marked bn June 1 1900 their total value is giyenat 238686872 while on January jl 1907 they were valued at 417791000 an increase of over 175000000 jAt this rate of increase in value in sjeven years is there in1thIscountJry My Best friend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Frt Edward N Y says Dr Kings New Discovery is mybest earthly friepd It cured me of lser1formedconsumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the other symp toms left one by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings New Discov erys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free GGOeXXX CGGOQOOGOOGOOGGOOGO THE SUN 1- ooooooooooccxx coocxxxx oooo 7 IIII Ii toIdate newspaper advertising merchandise 250that Lakei Overflowers tlNo 70144 acres good dwelling 3 acre 50 acres e bottom land well fenced d some timber Price 60 per a rej tObaCCOibarn Nop74125 acres on close to stockbarnin grass fine orchard a bargain at 2250 per acre I No 75277k acres in mile of Springfield ike2 new to bacco barns 1 small house a stabl plenty of grass and water One of the finest farms in Washington county cheap r No 76114J acres 6 miles from ijebanon on good pike good 6 room dwelling 2 good barns all outbuildings all farm grass 30Iiiacres orchard grass well watered under good fence 55 per acre 4 No 80T138acr s 6 miles from SPrngfielpmi1 from pike 5 room 2 mg in goodrepair sonic good timber over halt the farm in grass 90 acrryf fine tobacco land plenty of water Price 35 per acre h j Springfield ant house 3 stock barns one 40x60 feet plenty of fine tobacco land all necessary outbuildings well watered under good fence Price 50 per acre iImilesfrom2 good orchards one peach and one apple plenty of timber plenty offinNo 83167k acres 7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from good road 3 room dwelling in good repair barn holds 4 acres of tobacco 75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacco land plenty ot lo custs good fence plenty of water Price 2000 No 877b acres 3 iniles from Springfield J mile 5Eroom dwelling in good repair good barn plenty piwater good fence Price 30 per acre 88114 acres 1 mile from Mackville J mite from Hike 8 1No dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 acres of fine tobacco land tobacco barn 40x100 feet goojj stock barn 45 per acre tobaccoobarntobaccofarmsNo 90260 acres 8 miles from Springfield 9 room brick dwell ing in good repair farm well 2 good barns will house 12 acres of tobacco 80 acres of first bottom rest second bottom one rof the best tobacco farms in the county plenty of grass all the ppIkeIB D LAKE 1Sprlngfilld IfEJ JI atHE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH shortesttimCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ives a complete courae in the latest Shorthandjandplacfi St ru tion and Enroll students any dav i jii i f jt jx j it LoY I r N Ir7vIIIESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1J 19071 3 a r U TI III Copyrigitied 1907 by C H Riethv Long A4ve wai ed for November then the winds are swift and chilli the firstcomb snows of winter 1 drift alon the wir dow sill when the hunter flits pneun onia waiting for him at te lake a id the pies wet resemble hose tha i mother used to make EverybodjJFond om nee pies ipggoodIw an Comes ti wjth a lo id of wood Winters oning and the bad boys In the stoolroom sing and dance For the techer cannot feaze them When try wear th sir winter pants t Novemb was ths ninth month in tie old Im n cale dart and gets its name fro ovem m aning nine The ber whic we would spell burr was added byiNimrod the quail hunter I He had 2 Iijish set er with which he liunted icNoyem a id the dog got so many bus on its ail that he called die montNo ember Like all burrs this one sfckl r iNovemtrs jplace inthe calendar ascharedhen haJJk giving was invented The Romans debated this in the Siatej Som of the Senators thought iveniber shi uld continue the jiintnmoih iji the year Turkeys they poind out w re large enough to eat vd there was enough to bet ank Utr by that time in the year to go rift abeadw th the fireworks and the ealloped oystars Cicero had ben ver1 silent ail t us time When the Senars who wj nted to observe Tfranksgijg three nonths before Christmaad said all hey had to say his arose pd disposed f them forever by sinipl saying U JJut cranberries wont be e The hills e planted re 1 and gold The frois hoar and white f Dhe moon sailing whi te and cold J Across 3 skis of ni jht The Fish d Harriman lispute Will befrie a mortal strife instead oirbxy ballots TheylPmand each thers life So each v take ot strychnine A good id deadly lump And then eyll shake the dice to see Which FS a stomach pump The pjicferit has ifone for game 4id kirlda lady bear the days are growing ort and so tf and hazy is t eair je country e itors whoP once 1iacimom m their tills are selling all their di rids now to iay theii paper VjtflljJ j d jSpgitt0s th Archer is the zodiacal si for Nqveml ier His name is from S Batiji word sagitta means ingarrovand is typical of thelcold shong into the earth and xTaus lfigj the rnip to run for the cellar like a itehead From the first to thej tweisecond of he month the sun wille in the constellation of Scorpio hichi Mr B yans unlucky cjonstellap and will make it difficult to 1 whether He is coming or going im the 22d 4the3Oth the sjuiTlrwUlrin the constellation of Sag ittarriusi which MT Taft and the White Ise are at aphelion and he i J larion County IIit j u I Falcon Mtsia Newton vidow of the tefwnrNewton dieil at her hpjne in R y The remains were iht to this lace Sunday nigliii arne funeral took place at the Catnoliclirch Mjonday orning aftTr t which tremains were aid to rest in St Auiinea cemeteny She was the llauer of the lute tn atrick FaiI hamanqejs survived ty a daughter t TgWlIation of the new Knights of olU1s in ebanon find heir fi initiation Sun lay was an1 ventthe history of ur little that wbe cherished in memory for manY TS A large number of Knigliteoni many sec Ions of the 4State p here ahda special train from JBvilIe arrived at 10 a m bearinI2l memper frr In thei J and- other ts Th y werfe met atthe depot ijlarge deleatio and formed la procpn marching rom there to the Gate church where hey assisted jat ned to a splendid ser union dered by Very Re W P Ho afternoon the installa arlYJthe ajid the i iitiation of a tJ m ers an at 8 oclock W e in the ne v Masonic to la tfan prepared and s iiryed by the H rpe Hotel manage ent and pro nO to be the best eirer attended by thiresent 1J pnt Pay Alimony Ito bfvorced from yoi r appendix Therl1 beno occasion for it if you JteepJr bowels regub r with Dr inetew Life Pillsrn eir action it Iad e that the append x never ha caus make the leasU complaint tJualsed by Hay qja PoOertson Brufs 25c Try thtni will look as he would finish about fifth f On the 14th the sun will rise with the transit of Mprcury on its disk For 3 hours and 36 nfmites the planet will describe a shot t chord on the northern limp of t1sun cainginon y toruntoitsb lem Wall street and Standard Oil to liyeryting t Mercury whi h will bpan evening theIing star for tie es of thep1onth It iWitl cast eno4g liht on keyholes fur sports to find hem without using a funnel andwi OkWIfh contempt he chambiis fmolly oddlesand- niksops The girl who sue da sumirer man Where cool sen ir jezes Bourse courtsAnd v The Watered railn ads will contrive To have a few more wrecks And the press n print more lists of names With broken backs and necks Tihe loving naii willeed her beau on good dyspepsia fudge the farmer with the smok u use will touch off his mckry smudp e the proclamation will come out azjd the hired man will put the turkeys head upon the bldck amputate his foot The flower fpr this month will be the chrysanthemtm and the bifthatpne will be the topaz A red or pink cf rysanthemum is the symbol of lovej i white one signifies truth and a yellow one despair When you wear a yello r one it means that the gaS bill has con e in If you were boiri November you will be thrifty atibitious strong and earnest If born in the latter half of the thiYOU- yHi be brave kind honest just gene bus quick of tern per and have akiten sense of humor But you can never tie President This is a great disappointment but you canthave eVerythmgr The lucky day of the month will be the fifth eleventh thirteenth twenty second and twenty fth Any of these is a good day up n which to begin a trial marriage Thj unlucky days will be the sixth fift senth twentieth twentyninth and th rtieth Cover the ichimney up on all of these days Or the stork may bri ir you a pair of twins The day to buy mining stock will be the thirtyfirst This will be ia very busy month The trusts will trj and arrange it so nobody can live th 3 moon will be full uplHurrah well all sit Ibwn to feast Wjthin three week or so The rich will have th it turkey then However high they go Butmost ua will s t around And eata piece ot row And then December will arrive with wintry winds and r4v the papers wil- be busy then retrying Harry 2Dhaw the boys will go to Sunday boql- aflying then because it wont Be verir long until th yj Jieaf fom Santa Claus The Present Situation r c There is money in heat and cotton There is lik wise money inborn There is money in si oes and dry goods Just as certain as yuareborn There is money in china and dishes There is money in Q ugs and paint There is money in s mens fixings Im a liar if there ant There is money in si a vine people 4nd also inshaving otes There is money inb er aild liquor Which is money in icucyeu bloats There is money in landing suckers Phe4e4SmOney in b nds and stocks There i plenty df nin y in ldtin cans And oodles of monev in socks Art of Pipe Smoking IA Importait as the condition of the- tobacco smoked Is the stsite of the pipe Itself A straight pipe with n wide bore to the stem is tle best sais the London Globe because it is easj to clean with a few twists of a feather No doubt feathers ari the finest pipe cleaners f iNext no doubt to ii good seasoned tobacco the grct secret of enjoyable pipe smoking is Jafi YE1J battery of pipes so that a frequehteMnge Is pos ible The ideal plan I never tosmoke a particular pipe mo e than once a day When done wi h it should be cleaned and stood in the racks bowl downward and all i iiies should be used in rotation There is a gretTt art too in filling a piP If the tobacco is crammed In haphazard it will not urn evenly and a tightly packet pipe is the cause of more tongue blisters t inn even an Iii conditioned half drcwned tobacco Pipe filling Is pelmps ttie mot Jifficult thing a smoker bitS to deal with Old hands cinnotbiir of always exactly hitting jihe rIght egree of even density thrqughoiit thE bowl and be ginners invariably maki a botch of It some people will ne er master the t thing in k lifetime fry as they may and thej are perforce limited to the minor d lights of cigar and cigarette smoking x r at least nave to put up with mixtures which by reason of their short choppy nature are fairly fool proof from this point of view A perfectly filled pipe should light at once in an evenly glowing disk and should burn through almost to the bot torn uninterruptedly preserving a slightly coned shape the whole time A curious not to say unaccountable thing about pipe smoking is the way In which the formation1 of the cakethe hard black substance which collects on the inside of the bOWiIyarieswlth dif ferpnt smokers It does not appear to depend on the nature of the tobacco used but almost entirely on some mysterious attribute of the user With some smokers tills cake grows rapidly and must be con stantly pared away while with others Its collection is Just as slow In either case the Interior of the bowl must be kept as smooth as possible by frequent scraping This insures the rim fire necessary for the cone shaped burn ing A rough bowl means center fire and waste of tobacco To many people the first smoke from a new pipe is always a terror but the breaking in of a new brier should never be attempted by smoking in the ordinary way It must be done by some sort of bellows arrangement A bicycle pump is nota had thing The pipe should first be packed hard with the trongest and juiciest tobacco ob tamable it Is then lighted and drawn up to a glow with the mouth A few pulls Will suffice for this when It js laid on the table and blown at steadily until the charge is all consumed A pipe treated In this way is ready at once to go hi the rack and take Its turn with the rest A2700Young Man Ayojing man who was drawing 50 a month took a course at Clarks School of Business A year later hewas get ting 225a month 175 monthly increase 2100 yearly increase 21000 ia 10 years Not sobadEh This increase in salary came when his earning power was enhanced Yoqj salary will increase at the time you are prepared to command itnotbefore Can a young person afford to be without the trainingnot by tiny means Can one affordto get it Most certainly YES when ittean be had in Day or Night session and require so short imeI12 jveeks 40 for Shorthand 16 weeks S50 for Bookkeeping 5 a month night school 12 for 3 months night school All graddat s placed in good positions Many cans we can not fill Individual InstructiontHome 2330 Cumberland 956 A South CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 1035 4th Louisville Ky POINTED PARAGRAPHS Toil can waste a good deal of time telling how reliable you are Yop never suy a man wont listen to reason if he agrees with you A boy is liberally abused if he Isnt polite but how many say Thank you to a boy 1 Xo one soefos to Have as hard a time earning money as the woman who mar ries f rlt rs The average mans Idea of religious liberty is the privilege of staying home from church s Having good judgment and being a fool for luck are frequently the story of n single financial success told by different parties Hov poor ate they who have no patience Vlvat wound did over heal but by degrees 1 W1 is the author of the above It is not Important wheth er you can remember the a you caii soberly accept the Atchlsou Globe llbOfif Hoto Beautify The eyebrows should receive as care Cul if not as frequent attention as the iair says Harpers Bazar1 With a bit bf cold cream on the finger ipsnib the bidnnbrush on the end of the nail file First brush them straight up toward the hair then straight down and the line will be fine and well shaped If this treat merit is used regularly the eyebrows will constantly grow more beautiful Brushing up the outer tip after the last stroke downward gives a coquettish expression to some faces but the iiurve or straight line designed by natureis rarely improved upon How tjTreata Sore Throat For hit ordinary sore throat with loss of voice or huskincss dip a fold ad handkerchief In cold water Enclr leUic neck with the wt t handker thief and cover It with several folds of Did flannel Oiie nights application Is usually sufficient to relieve slight cases 7 How to Keep Shoes From Hardening To prevent leather from hardening after shoes have been water soaked fill the shoes lightly with pieces of newspapiM1 ami let stand over night The paper will absorb the water and leav the leather as soft as before be- Ing ftwet E H iH j inroWo Fo Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY AlJworkOffice over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsuranceAgent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY x Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your solicited Drs RoBards Hyatt Office oyer McElroy Shultz SPRIGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS j 7 to9 am 1 4 to 8 m Dr JC Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY L OFFICE OVER CJ HAYDONI DRUG STORE Office Hours 8tol9 AflI1 to 2 p M D WW1Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Haydon j Kobertsons Drug Store Office phone 115 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY IOffice in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49Night 109 T SCOTT MA ES fATEYATLAW I Springfield Ky Washingtonaqduuijoinlnga Court lC C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts r j YiD CLAYBROOKEA- TTYATLAW KyWjill Washington a courts of Ap peals E SELECMAN IWATTYATLAWi1 Springfield Ky WashlngtonandIt MARsHAll DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky BuildingWill Wash thecrrtI S M CAMPBELL I AUCTIONEER Springfield Kyf tyWIllable Phone 84 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And J lice sed Embalriier SPRINGPI KENTUCKYj Best Attention hOinIHandsome Line of Casket andJBurial Robe TelephoneUav W ifht 74 CLLBBING RArfS WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville a Times one year5 00 Cqurleri 6 40 Same including SundayM 8 20 J The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 7tf The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour lyierJournal one year 2 80 dailyyThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 W l 5 = eI t 1SSS1 8 SISISUSIS a S1OuStSiSiSS llBIVDILAKESH BARGAINS IN REAL H ESTATE eJII r No 22 121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of wa rPrice15 per acre II No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwillingi goodi schoolhouseNo 4255 acres three rood barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow 60per acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield timber oak ash hickbry good dwelling land batns wellwaterMonehalf rnilefrom school house and church Good tobacco land Price lperacre 15 II t No 965 acres nine miles frorn Springfield 20 acre timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fencedi i No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good timber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orchard good PriceI f No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 inblueroomdwelhibottomlandNot912751 acres 76 acresgood timber two story nine room barns willhold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of Isprings fine young orchard all kinds of and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 1tdwellingtwotimber pi nty of grass fine orchard Se an acreISeveral ther pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfiel Ive got it at any No 23 139k acres J good dwellini 2 tobacco barns hold 15 1acres of t bacco one barn new 1 mile from M ud one half mire i from scho J some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre dwellingI50x60 ft u ider pining layed in cement water in every field all year fine pet of grass 35 acres of corn in this year fromBardstownI smallbarnpaintedjper acre No 34225 acres m the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best in Washington coun j ty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will selj1as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty grass Cheap 2 No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house OneIm 1 b 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Faim in good grass good six room dwelling fine stock barn Well fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre T Vp 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fineIIwell m yard 2750 No 41T220 acres sevejv miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good ceHar ana cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mulestIBuggy house and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per Iacre easy payment SpingfieldIx water edy plenty of locustpests Price SO 00 per acre tNoi 4697 acres 7 miles from Spnngfield on pike 25 acres of jfine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco 9land good fence price 3750 per acre No 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plentYof tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 t No 49A farm containing 254 acres eight miles from Spring field on good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good Stock barn plenty Water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 51i52 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The Jest tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun ty Good five room barn hold twentyfive acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 53rA good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundyand Covington avenues No 55200acres 4 miles from Springfield 9 room dwelling sitIIone e es farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre No 57163 acres 3 milesNbrthqf Mackvilleon Will isbU rg e 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barh 75 acres fine tobacco landIleritylocust posts well watered a ij fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house mjlklhouse fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of rf1SsplentyNo 62150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock I 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 br3 nlenty of water One of Ihe finest tobacco 1 farms in Nelson cothyPrice 50 per acre INo 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike underIi 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with roof good granary 10 acres of bottom land PKIhty of locusts 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acres No 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn stock barn some tim ber 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All in grasd Price S20 per acre 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 tpbacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre rINo 68180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in go fenced fine river bottom land fine tobacco land a r Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price50 per acre B D Lake Springfield etiie1 IeI 1Jl r I i SPRINGFIEJSUN t t ITilEti 4 i WEDNESDAY NOvEMBE3 1907 I Ii I Ilj i PECPLE1Who 1 Iquality 6f the rtic1e our aim is tocarry tIIII GOOD MERCHANDISE arid sell t at the Lowest Price IIPossible Pet ctiOii Oil Stoves and And many othei Standard lines which vehdl x clusively we be ieve will bear us out in our cla mis Iyou Building or doing Utt sIIwith you fdr a good Tin Roof Door Leks and Ies Window Locks and Lifts Nails and oth Hard We can interest you if you will us ja CE y Ii I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEPNESDAX- SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR IIn Advance 1 ROGERS GORE Editor and Pub isher Entered at the postoffice at Spnngfield for transmission through the mails as secondclass matte t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Three Months r 25 laPHta writing to have your address hanged always give the postofflce totwhich yo ir paper is going as well as the postoffice to w ich you- wihIt3cnt If those tobacco grow jrs of Washington county who are in the pool will keep their heads cool and tHeir hearts stiong they vill win the fignt God Air ighty and Right are upon theiri e and they will ultimately win Let us that the rkest hour is just before dawn a dIet us bear in mind that often times apparent victories of enemii js be c come stepping stones arid stair ways upon wHich we clir rib to higher and hdbler attainments There is no reason for any t bac co grower ened at this time Indeed there is every reason for exbltatfon and we most sincerely believ that the dark hour has passe and that the dawn of the gloriou day is biit a space behind the Horizon j Well as everything has quieted down since the election 1 willjgive you a few- items Rolin Noel was in Harrodsbui g last Monday Mr Robert Keeling was very badly hurt one dayjast week by a IFmb fall ing on him f D R Carrier our noted horse train will leave shortly for the Wes iFr Colvin has sold his farm to J T iWJall of Pleasant Grove ar d will leave hortly tor DeKalfer Ill Lanhon Coulter sold to different par ties lot of corn at 3 pfer barrel Hill Pinkston haVe movec their saw mill on H J Cokings pla e and will cu ta large amount pf timber Richard Pinkston and wife were in r Lawrenceburg last week Joe Noel was hvifrrkland last week on business JD Noel solda nice hotse to Hi ghes of Lawrenceburg 1astweek for 70 E p Pinkston has for sale onfe nice 1hrep yearol rh J1 t l i i t I 11 Iii1amOn Toolsant I CutlefyJi I1 lajestic I Ranges IElectricrsJ j Radiant 4rne II- l Lisk Tin and f Ename W I 1 T Heaters fml are contemplating give II IIf McEL I Year1100BixMonths50 allremember d to1becdmedishear BROOKSVILLE er B re Steel reI NOTICE TO HUNTERS e The following gentjbmen announce that ther lands are posted and they forbid hunting on their Drerrises Pit ties caught hunting oipon die lands of any of the Undersigned will e prosecu ted to the fullest etften of the law TJ Skmes J H Ma yes G TJMayes G H Ch ristersdn J M Russell G W Russell Bob Brady Hen y Noel S May s Clel Vhi ehouse P B Harmon JChaPope R H Robinson Jak Ku berlt G N Campbell EmrietSettle W R Cocanoiigher W G Grundy T Gi undy Parties desiring their lame s placed to paying20c j Diphtheria npayjor Taylpi County En uire TJiree deaths from diphther a have occurred during the past few me ills n the Mer rimac neighborhood 1 he vi tims were the children of Mr Ja nes liright Jack Rake and Mr Da id Tz ylor MrI bereaved families ha e th e sympathy ot the con riumiy heartfeltI sad bereayementsJ It giwis quirer pleasure to stat that the dreadful disease his ben checked in the fxiistirigto recovery All pati nts have been isolated and a spread f the disease isI not feared bWonkiDete v The many friends of W r John Shuck McElroy Jr willbe gla to learn that he recently carried off he honors in a debate at Centre Collef p a id that he inIstltnex year r a speaker and a young njan of unusual ability and his fi iends feel ffotherIVVILLISBiJR ranjltThe election is o sppears to be a perfect landslide ail ver Kentucky in favor of the Republicans Your correspondenLis vr3r orry that J Rogers Gore was defeajted for State Senator 1 The Maccab e supper here Saturday evening was well attende1 c nsidering the inclement weatherj Pr ceeds for the evening i Misses TanCey Were the Lo1andCassie iirsS B Yeager lay relaltivesQf last weektoMr and Mrsi John Bur spent Sat okseYjandSaturdaynightBorn to the wre Of Di Noelon ipoatidboyandClydemarried at Rev JA Snns Sunday afterndrn at 4 oclock Their many happyIrfep tL I I I OOCOCCOOOCCOCCCOOOOCOGCCOO Ogooo oocco o 7Origlna1 The mornfrig sun was shining down on Mrs WesSkyelts country place It glistened oi3rtn0 roof of her house on the leaves of the trees uud the plants ijj the flower beds Mrs Westervelt had opened all the windows put the pillows on the sill and left the beds open for the regular daily airing Su had servants to do her bidding but there were certain duties she reserved for herself She was an eScelleut housekeeper and especially particular as tb Gleiinliuess and fresh air Mrs Westervelt had at seventeen lovedij man of thirtyfive He never- Iinewthai she loved him He drifted away from her and married Later t she gave lifer hand to a man of merfns Her heart was like a clock that had stopped 04 rather beat for her first and only Icve T Mrs Westervelt was in one 6f the upper rooms dusting her own especial memento trinkets vhen she heard cat riage wheels on the gravel drivewaj and a vehicle stop at the frpnt porch Then a maid came up and said that a gentleman had been driving and had collapsed in his carriage His coach man begged that he be allowed to rest at the house Mrs Westervelt went downstairs and out to the carriage There his head resting ou the cusfi tons his eyes half closed his white locks falling pu his forehead was them she had loved in her youth had always loved In a few minutes servants had car- rie the invalid to a divan where he lay propped with pillows while Mrs Westervelt ministered to him A phy sician came and pronounced the heart so feeble that the old man could not be tnoved at least for n time without etots risk and Mrs Westerrelt pNr suaded him to remain for an indefinite He had broken down While making a tour from the city in his car rlae not being able to endure the excjitement of a tvain His wife was rs invalid and liEs children were occupied with families of their owa His stay at Mrs Westervelts proved his last sojourn on earth carried to a bedroom up a window he could look mwas of land on the crest were forest trees He would lie looking up at these trees watching their topmost branche sway in the wiM Js there anything more sooth motJOlhitthither 0 ne morning Mrs Westervelt brought yearsja dress was covered with little flounces and on her head was a bonnet The hair was parted la the middle of her head and smoothed down on each side face was young innocent lovingi- H asked whojthe girl was Mrs Westervelt sighed Iosedthe case and piif the picture away Again she asked him if he rem em bered Agnes Lee1He pondered and said no Then she referred to several incidents that had occurred when he hail known herAt last she touched upon one that he remembered They had been put together on horseback Her horse had thrown her and he had- pIckedher up for lead The Impres sIoi stamped upon his brain by this Indldent serveid asn spark to klnclle a flame A succession of memories sprang yp in his mind l pasAjiesgirl Btit I have no recollection of her face or Singular he added imusinglyho the past fades I remember one evening that I camo vey near making love to Agnes Lee I checked myself In time I was mid wcy befween thirty and forty while shii wasjiiot long but of short dresses It3 more than a quarter of a century sirce thp incident has occurred to me Wliat a life she would have had had shu married me with all my vlcissi tudes Arid now that Im a broken old man she hvould be burdened with my caVe What a lucky estape for herr He felt a hand stealing orer Jes said the woman beside him She would have been In ray place One day while he was looking out upion the crest of the hill he said to his nurse II have a wish I dare say it cant be gratified I would like when niy goes outward that iny body should pass to a resting place up there under those trees You can have your wish she re plijd The hill Is Included within my grounds Iletters came franr the old mans children hanking her focherltlndness to their father They would gladly have remunerated her but surmised thcjt such a course would be out of the qticstlon A son was abroad and n daughter on the Pacific coast Nejther could come to him without serjously disarranging their plans Th Ir mother was an invalid herself and unable to nurse him The man died in the arms of the woman who liad ministered to him She wrote his children that he had a wish to be burled on her premises find asked permission to car- r out his d eslrej It was granted His life had belonged to two women The one had possessed forty years of It the other but a few weeks of its close The one loved him for thepcrtI od of her married life the other for her whole existence The ofie had him living the other possesses him In death She can see his grave from her window and keeps it perpetually green Furthermore she has the com fort of havingflriursed him tenderly for the last ew weeks of his lifej F A MITCHEL r Y L j TATHAMSPRINGS 1Iweat er at busy gathering corn Rev Hat hett filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday Miss Verna Rodgersof Fenwick taught schoolJiere lastweek in theab sence of herr sister Miss Ethel who Was not able to teacn Mrs Vandiver of near Harrodsburg spent last Sunday with her cousin Mrs Thompson of this place Mr and Mrs Walker of near MacK yule spent last Saturday with Mr T D Graham and family and at the home of Mr John Brown of Cornishville Mrs George Shirley and son Oscar spent last Friday at the home of Mr R C Pinkston of near Willisburg spentlastShirley Mr 1 P Johnson of this place is having a new store built at Fairview where he will move the first of the year Albert Masters visited at Pleasant Grove last Sunday l rMULDRAUGH Hll H HiMr Lem Hardin of ScruggsVillei spent Friday night with Tom Coulter of this place Mrs Nancy A Scott spent Saturday with W S Coulter and family Mrs Nancy A Scott spent Sunday with Tom Coulter and family of this place i On last Thursday night while Mr Jim White Was at the annual shooting he had some powder in his hand which caught fire and he cape nedr burning to death befdre they could get his clothes off The Doctor says there is no chance for hJmiMiss Effie Coulter spent one day last week with ecilR Coultjer at this place i Mr JM Montimerywas in Spring field Wednesday on busines- sLIFTIN1THE BABY HoW the Little One Should Be Han died tdXjvoid Injury The importance of handling and lift manyIyoung of the spine or misplaced joints may result from some of the pulling mill hauling done sometimes uncOusciously and again when in a temper To tell qf mother that she would injure her small child is to call forth vehement denial but the fact remains that this tIs precisely what is likely to happen I cannot say too often that a baby should be handled as little as possible but when he must be movedj it should be so the whole body and heiid receive support says the New York Evening Telegram An infants spine is not strong enough to hold the head unaided and unless help is given It will roll dangerously To lift one from a bed piitthc left hand well under the hip supporting the limbs Let the right hand go over and under his bend irnTnOck placing the heat then gently on the bend of the armi Never under any circumstances pit the hands ujirter the armpits and rals him until he is at least six months old To change from the arms to the shoulder as may be lone when baby is to be c rricdr place the right hand between the si oulders bracing the lit jtle head by the outspread fingers The arm sup orts the weight of the body No baby Is itroiig enough to sit up- alone until he is four mouths old No matter how he may try and how able he ijnay seem the strain on muscles is permittedtYh always be supported by a soft pillaw Queof the bist ways of strengthen lug an infants limbs and one that he enjoys is to pit him on his back on a big bed and allow him to kick for an hour or more every day This may be begun when le is two months old From its birth a baby should be turned at an interval of an hour t uriiig the lay from one side to allot tel In ifs crib and when the mother wakes at i night How to Clean Gloves Most women seemto think that the whole duty of glove cleanirg is com prised In scrubbing silk and inen Olleqi with soap mind water and apply ing hen lne or gasoline to the kid variety As i Famatter of fact ever sort of glove reqtiifos a dlfferentlmethod of clean Here are a few of them ling leather gloves should never thejeatIK rto hme soap rubbed upon it aud t ae gloves Intberis ap or wide i a of borax has been placed to qften the water Black kid gloves should never be washed 4but when they begl i to look dirty and shabby they should be inked nndIwith a tiny paint brush or feathers For white and light kid glov s appiy the benxine with a small toothbrush nibbing well Into the grain of the leather Instead of attempting to clean very fine and expensive gloves oneself send them to thcj cleaner who will be responsIble if anything happens to them arid will probably do them better ttiiin you could at a trifling cost l i I If tit i C ICASHII r U1 JL tit tIt ititij fir I Ti Will Buy goods at f R8duc dPrIC8S 1 S totGrimly Mclntires J Z For The Next 0 it 0 t 3 0 11 r Days rv- n tw t Our house is crowded with Fall dtWinter goods anrfvwe will offer some tit surprising bargains toTCASH BUYERS ii This is the season of the year when tpie have money to spend If yout iO will spend it with us we will save you a great deal Y j H tito + i Grundy Mclntire 4f tit iitIr MOORESVILtE t Mrs Eliza Wall is quite ill of typhoid feyer Miss Margaret Smith threatened rwith typhoid fever It is reported we will have two or three weddings this week We will report particulars next week Owen Ellis spit last Sunday with his brother at this place W O ElHs h accepted a position with the L N Railroad Company at Woodlawn freight and ticket agent Mr Love Settle has returned from Louisville j We nad a quietf election at our polls this time Well the election is over and the editor of The Sun was defeated for the State Senate We were sorry to hear pf his defeat He stood for what he thought was right but still there were enough Democrats who thought he was wrong to defeat him We offer to him out condolence and hope that God will reward him both here and hereafter for the stand he took in regard to local option As we will remove to Woodlawn this week we bid all of tlc many readers of The Sun adieu hoping and trusting that Gods richest blessings may fall upon all the readers of The Sun and upon the editor in his hour of affliction HILLSBORO iMrs LevJe Bailey and Miss Maud In man are on the sick list at this waiting Miss Sarah Shields spent last Tuesday night with Miss Zelma Mcllvoy at Sweet Retreat Miss Jessie Noel spent last Friday afternoon with Miss Zora Montgomery Mrs JD Sutherland spent last Wednesday with Mrs Th H Mcllvoy Mrs JM Shields and sonsRay mond and Truman spent last Tuesday withMrs J M Montgomery Miss Pearhe Armstrong spent last Tuesday with Miss Jessie Noel Misses Zora and Judith Montgomery spent Sunday afternoon with ftlesdames Zetma and Alice Bailey Mr Weslie Bailey spent Sunday with friends at Texas Mr J M Shields wife and little children spent Sunday with Mr golo n Kays and family Miss Eva Inman and Mr Ernest Shewmaker attended meeting atMack ville Sunday Mr Erastus Shields spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Sabe CoUlterati- llisburg r Miss Effie Coulter anent Monday jiight with Miss Myrtle Armstrong at r tt Happy Hollow I h Mrs J M Shields and son Esst spent Sunday night and Mdndayjt Mrs Shields sister Mrs JJB 1 r InSat Willisburg J Mr J D Sutherland and wifeenfe seyeral days last week with Mrith erlands brother Rev W E Sief lan1 and wife at Buffalo LaRueuhr ty H urlday and Sunday with friends in lison county Bailey Bros delivered i bunch fat v hogs Monday to Mr A L Litsey ice private IV Mr M C Keeling and familyenti several days last week with fnenaridV relatives at Fairview and other pesfrElva Settles spentlast week iIip non 4 LOCUST GROVE J 3J After an absence pf several wisif will try to jot down a few items f Mrs L M Clark spent Sunda4thr i Mrs J S Leachman Mr William Logsdon of FettkL visited at the home of AL set Saturday night tfiCharlie Trent of Polin w guest of the Leachman brothers jurv day and Sunday ri Eras us Perkins is the guesthis cousin Everett Perkins i rr rLrtndwriting il Mrs Julia Leachman spent May afternoon with Mrs Will Merritti 1 accompanyfMiss per at WilhsburgSaturday nights Mr Edd Litsey has gone to LouJle on business J Several from here attended theiti iIi rink in SpringfieldFriday nigi ij Mr Henry Reed who has boiii the sipk list for some time is beti Mr lSlIfarm J If Mrs Tom Baker and charming dh1 tei Miss Bertha visited relatiin Springfield Saturday i Mr Pat Brewer and wife har turned to their home at Fairfieldir a visit with their daughter here f M arri age Licenses I t Marriage licenses were issued tcfto the following couples Jas B OBryan and Miss Nora Good etI ii t1 T GaitherDrury and Miss ucrE 1IHLyis i1t Subscribe for Tha Sun J O f V 4v L r TrfTrI ITT7 I to f I j ii ITdE SPRINGFIELD SlE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 I9C7 5 O jitf Wi C CJtei 1 1 Vof Ijs goJIg I Neve i e = 1 IIn the historyof our businesslhas there bleen sudh k MAMMOTH STOCK OF MER CHANDISI shown n Sprinfie1d4s we ar now hwl forFor JALL and WINTER I IoiOur house is filled fn basernenti4p wif1 the cECEST1LHINGS the Eastern markets c1a ClssGrIiienFsLadiesa 1OtoO- Sepera5kis RL oosOur stock Dress Gqods is suiferior any wje have ever shownBesides showjin afhahdsorie line of always keep hand excep str i ergestm1SCELLAJOU1 Iflil L IWe showing n west fads Lades BeIts Back and side Hosiery Neckwear We sole the V B Corsets Fleibone corsets 1NlcthepleasureI I The Robe L tso = Cta brooke Go COR DrJM BurtoJ1 RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY Al Dental Work Strictly Fi st class Springfield Ky Office in flagon up stairs FoK SALB Buggy suitable to haul milk to creamery or other heavy articles to inarjc t Suitable for mail wa on Good Will xchange for Cc rn JLALLEG Sealshipt oystersat MCELROY SHADER NOTICE TO HuNTERSl Hunters are warned that my farm is posted an no will be permitteiV hunt on my premises J F HEA The Ladies of the Ch rch will seryie County Court dinne the fourth In llW8 FOR SALETwo good wagons M HJ JONES Co SL FARM POSTED My farm near F ed ericktowh has been posted and h int ers hereby warned that no nun mg will be allowed AMPHILLIP We still want your ipfoduce so cpme and see Xis At Campbell s FOR 5iLErOne Deeding Corn far t v ester good as new sell cheap i J K WALLS Springfield Ky R F D No 2 Dont torgetl we in the ccrner with a full line bt stovjes and furni ure Get prices you buy Campbells Young Men and Ladies with mb ition should learn Telegraphy Under the Inew 8hour law which goes into e feet jf alnextTelegraphers required by the Rail t 1rordss pa from 60to Sff per month t be 4Smonths time For full detaijs write to Se National Institute Cin I cinnatv Ohio tgriPb Jt J EiT f LAI i Ourstdcko Lifides Cloaksl and especia1ly larg nda- ttract1ve thiea on and i11 corip re favorally vtljth of other1cities styles ae ud the Pries arelfLo r than ycmi canget in city foi H gh Miss S its L5OtoP18 ILadies Cloa 35 to 40 Childre s an- M sses 10 ks 15 t 15 i IIof Si1iand Trimmings to we on an are the in Iar1bags CombsG1oyesand are distribtos D IIN Eri1 Wilfc Local News Notes condition one Catholic 9n Monday february are are our are LAND POSTED NO huntir t w ith dog r gun on my farm on Fre aeri ktown and Bear Wallow tijrnpike j FJ ItHIELIPS CandY lOc a poundat tlyCELfo S AD ftS hWecoal left and those vlsh t avail themselyes of qur Ibwj priiaes should order now M HlUQNES f c Ltattlewater and grass 4A BENEDICT Onefourth pound chocolate Whdy 5c McifaoY S DER insure in the farmers Home Insur ance Company the oily compriy that ays its losses infu K Is Wells eneral Mn j JunctintCity Ky NOTI6EDr o a dsbn de cided to leave pringfield thi firm of RoBards Hyatt dissolved the st day of November All those knowing them selves indebted to said firm vr please come forward and settle by Del 1 All unsettled be placed in hands pf collector threafter f ii DRS RplJARDS HYATT L r 2541lfarms ih the county plenty c f grass and water good ten jacre tobacco barn Uneasy terms For further particulars call on CW Stallings or BD iivKE It Instruction WinJ begin in the various fttheBardstown2nd The ervices of Miss Ei ajfTaur man formerly the head Qf the Depart ment of Stenography lin Mas d Busi ness College Jacksonville Florida have been secured and all who co tem plate taking a bines course should avail themselves of this opp rturiity For further information addres PRINJ W OV UGHT Bardst wu Ky Ti PROGRESSIVE DOMJINOCARDSJ PARTIES will be the rage this winter The sale of this new household game is Breaking all records Domnocards iiake attractive Christmas present to amt the skill of a8ult or amuse the chil dren Sent postpaid for 5 cents Sample piece andparti i s free More agents wanted Writ t day Dominbcards Co 1807 Chou eau St Louis n 1 1 MoI L H J r I j 1 itl til r I lhe Rev J W Conkling of Jeffer sonville mdwill preach from the pulpit of the Christian church in Spring field next Sunday morning Mr FG Combs of Fredericktown will leave the first of next week with is wife and children for Louisville they will reside in the future Mr Combs has live l in the Frederick town COmmunity all of his lite and is one of its most substantial farmers and jFhe people of that communi y will regret to lose him and his esti flmab1efanily Mr Fred Ifa aloftbis city can hand out tp a mon that is there l article and home grown too A tree in his tisbearing this year and has dii it five of the prettiest spec imens of the frUIt that can be grown The lemons arejf the Ponderosa variety and moasur sixteen inches each i iiecircumference BATTLE QiWatnerIBakerandV J SiLmGarqherper head G W Morris of CornishviHe is erecting a new picture gallery in Cbr hishville The town is on aJb o- mWIJ fHillard is visiting relatives and frierids m Lexington this week Lafe Kays and wife left here this week for Louisville to make their fu ture home William Vatts an aged farmer of Mercer county bought a possum dog paying 15 for it Corn is selling at 275 per barrel and is hard to find at that price J F Divine was in Lawrencebu rg this weekron business SMiss Nannie Hilton visited Thomas Gabhart ahd t family last Saturday and unday Miss Maggie IShm and brother Henry attended ch iirch at Mackville Sunday John Gabhart and son visited John Young of White Oak from Friday till Sunday Mr Thomas Gabhart and family visited John Taylor andfamily Thursday night E B Cary and family W D Lea and wife John Taylor and family Cook Casey and family Carter Hall andt family of Mackville Leslie Bottom SundayAimer F Diyine Tuesday rIPROCEEDINGS SthooyhINovember 7 ir The Washington Bounty Sunday School Convention met at Texas Kyi November 7atlOoclocka m and was opened wit devotional exercises iled by the President Rev R EC Lawson apjvResotionsPope Wm Cocanougher ominationsRev J W C V bell VK DruganS I I The program for the day was then taken upSI Rev R E C Lawson In the absence of Rev G W Lyorf i3isr cursed The True Aim of SundatoSchool Work Rty L W Campbell in a very able manner discussed Tfip Relation of Pastor to the Sunday School The President made a report i Iof thri houcJetohousevisitation house department cradlroll and primary workSThe noon t hour having arrived th tS convention was elegantly and bounti fully entertained by the good people of Inicdinnerl iIIwith song and prayer conducted by Mr C B Pope after which Mr Fox entertainingly told us what the Sunday School Association is and what it is try ing to accomplish in 1907 Rev W IL Williams being unavoid ably hindered from attendance the very important subject assigned tohim viz How to Awaken arid Maintain Interest in Bible Study was very ably discussed by Rev R L Purdom onMrand helpfully discussed Teachers Training A very creditable offering was made tor the maintenance of the Association Committee on Resolutions making no lrepqrtpie ot Texas and community for their jdndriess to the convention and their excellent entertainment r eCom mitiee on Nominations reported that same officers be elected for the ensb adoptedThe the appreiatedThe convention adjourned at 330 p m ELLA D SHAUNTY Secretary JSWEEPING THE HOUSE irHoiyjDuMt When you sweep a room raise as lit tIe dust as posslble because this dust wheii breathed Irritates the nose atid throat and may iset up catarrh Some of time lUst ireatued in dusty air reach es the lungs making parts of their B ack und hard and useless If tb djStJn tIme air you breathe contains the germs of consumption tubercle bacilli you run the risk of getting consump t boTosweeping use moist sawdust on bate oors Wen the room is carpeted a newspaper and tear it inL small scraps arid scatter these upon the c ilarpetJIwithmost of1 the dust and hold it fist juSt1 as the sawdust does on bare floors Doi not have either the piiper or the saw lUst dripping wet oiiljp moist lu dusting a room do not use a feath r luster because this idoesnot remove the dust fronr the room but only ilbreathethen you have to do the work ore r igainSLvse soft dry cloths to dust with antI fshakedow or use slightly moisten d cloths amid rinse their out in water when you have finished In this Svuy you get the dust out of the roomFIn cleaning rooms you reniem her that t1 list settles upon the floor as well as on time furniture and is tirrcdl into the air we breathe by doverYou can easily remove nil this dust in rooms which Jiave bare floors iii houses stores shops schoolrooms etc after time dust has settled by passing i1joverwrung out so as to bo only moist Dotl dripping wet J Row to iveei Well In Wnrnj VentJicr IiiilochesterPurealr out of the lrouJeal1d within Keep every Sltal organ In constant working order Take regular exercise every day ill all weathers Sleep only from six to sven hour9 to bed and early thtnextRej ilar vvork occup Cultivate placidity cheerfulness aii hopefulness Control passion and nervous fJar olltr111nnodynes Ic3ubEcrlbe i oeoeOQeoeoeoepeoaQeQrI n I Personal Notes fn Visitors In and Out of TOW nA C Q Round 8 QQC Q tG ieoeo eQ S Oa j Mr Alfred Cheschier of Louis WIne was here a few days last week Mr Jim Carothersof Bardstown ppent several days here last week Mr and Mrs S M Burton of Louisville were here last week Mr Gerge Abelof Bar stowJl as here last week on business ti Mrs Hugh Noe and children have returned from a ten days stay with relatives in HtrrodsburgI Mrs A R Shultz spent a few days with Mrs Bettfe Murrey of Lebanon the first of the week t Miss Oliver McElroy has returned her homein Campbeljsville after a Visit at the h Mr Charles Mc W horterSMrs Colvhii of Bart1 town at tended the funeral of her brptherin law Mr C W Epperson Ian Mrs R H Shader entertained Mr d MrsNG Marks and Miss Eddie hader at six oclock dinner Thursday Mrs Fred Grigsby is visiting her parents at Chaplin Messrs George Robertson G H cIntire and J L Barber were in Leb on Thursday night To Miss Roe Montgomery jjf L ba- nno has returned home after a visit to Miss Mabel Thompson MrJ W S Clements of Louis NJille spent Sunday here Miss May Buckman of Louisville spent several days with Her mother at this IProf Kesner was in Ohio last week businessS Mr Will Thompson has returned fjrom a visit to relatives in Texas reIturned from a visit to Miss Hannon of Louisville v fSutherlandIhave returned from a visit to Mr Suth rlands brother Rev Ezra Sutherland it Buffalo Ky c Sundayrfor Prospect to teach schoolw w Mondayithickof Lebanon Mr and Mrs Arthur Vance ofilCincinnati are Visiting Mrs 1 Janes l BentMcElroy of Lebanon spent Monday with relatives here EMedleYarekpe Mr G C Wharton isr inBoyleb unty on business Mrs Leek Tong was irrliebanon Wednesday bMrsl for several days but sheis reported better today fx Ranch Taylor GbiSihty Enquirer i In ja small way Thoniaif Hodgen the bartjer has engaged m thenovel undertaking of domesticating and raising foxes both o f the red and gray species He has quite a number in his pasture now and is buying others as the opportunity of rs The most nimble hunters are now in the thickets seeking the sly varmints for Hodgen and he expects soon to have a large bunch of them on hand oxes are born with the instinct of thieves and Hodgen states that his tame ones absolutely refuse to eat when any one looks at them He hasT t what he will do with his surplus stock but will probably dispose of the same to the great fox hunting associa lions of the county REDUCTION IN MILLINERY Owing to tile fact that the season is advancing and 1 have a large line of Millinery in stock I aiD making a reduction in all lines Call and get prices and inspect my stock which consists of the latest in millinery WILLIAMSJ MILLINERY jI IBt FarmersyKeep DRY- Ti w nterbJf We ring JH It FootwearGrundy LH ISpringfieIdky 11I11HARDESTY We are having some fine ceathe ti and the farmers are busy gathenl their corn TV t Mrs J H Gray and daughter Miwf i Martha spent Thursday with MrsL Mollie Williams h Mrs Eliza Mitchellspent Vednesda ith Mr Walter LewIs and familySMiss Ether Hardesty spent Tuesday night with Miss Ethel Gray Miss Ella Shaunty spent Thursday ight with Mr S P Cheser and faiWy Mr Solomon Kayswife and children f1 s jtJpentMr and Mrs H P CheserSMr M V Sutherland returned home Sunday after spendine a week vtiiii 7 bis brother D B Sutherland i Messrs Gilbert and Thurman Ches rSatte ded the oyster supper at Willuj urg Saturday nightSMiss Nora Goodl tt returned hom t Saturday after spending a week witk her sister Mrs Win Shirley atWjllisr 5 2Mrhome Thursday night of consumptionS The deceased leaves a wife and eirht children to m Uln his death The wnt r P extendsoios sympathy to the bereavedSones Mr Clyde Goatley and Miss Bessie Drury drove to Rev J A Sims Sun fI day afternoqn and were quietly mar ried The groom ISoa son of Mr Jim Goatley prosperous young farmer tthe Valley Hill neighborhood The bride is a daughter f Mrs W S Yl Goodlett a popular young lady of Hari desty We wish them much happiness through lite iJ BLINCOE The farmers of our community ark very busy gathering corn The health of our vicinity is fairly good at present except Mrs D II1i Newtpn whO has been suffering several weeks with a severe attackof bronchitis but with th assistance of our good physician Dr Frank Hamil ton she is slowly improving Mr Othie Newton who was calledi here by the illness of his mother hSreturned to LouisvilleV r Mr and Mrs Jacl Blanford of Soutk Louisville continue the guest of relat tives here iiMiss Lounetite Burnett returned home Sunday after a two weeks1 stay with relatives in Louisville and High land Park Messrs Bert Kidwell and Fofeg Cusick Misses Florence Fields and Idi Filiatreau yisitea friends in Harrods burg recently 5 Miss Bessie Burksi who has bdeatifr j j guest of her sister in Louisville for sew 7 ral weeks has returned home i Mr Jerome Nalley who went bi Clinton Ill several months ago w TW r iting relatives here and says e iC tZtucky girls are good enough for him News us scarce around our village at present so Mr Editor please excfwe this short letterS Iidt 2 I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1907 1 f1 t B ating t e Bipyatos rBy LESTR CORNING Copyright 1907v by 5 H Sutcl Ire That woman is Ijacik again snapped MIS PauAlmg Her son e wiled t 4Xh twoman could be none other than Mrs Bryan the only pr on in Glendale who dare Mint Ian mi Mrs- 4UId1ngspretensjons to social eader ship They got In last night sat Fred n They had three weeks at the jjhore two weeks in the mountai sand oughfbaAnd herpdid you get all tiis In forjniation Mrs P uldlng in icy tones n YsaJd Fred promptly I met her down At the postoffice and talked part of the way home with her 1 wish you would remember that I do nQt like to have you speak to that loud person said Mrs Pauldln fret tully Mrs Beeman had the audacity ptherafternoonN4ncy There doesnt seem to be a hance for such luck said Fred glooirily as lie rose frbin the tajle Every line ask her she reminds me how ir respective mothers In law w ould lo e US Every time echoed his astonished mother May I ask how many times you have lowered your dignity by pro posing to that impudent girl About 4 hundred was the et sy re sponse One of these days Ill catch her OfT her guard and shell say STes VJ hope I may nerjer live to sie the t dayJsnld his mother dolefully I hope you do he said vith a r laugh as he bent and kissed the jghtly compressed lipsuYnud like her mum seret you didnt hate her mothe so Fred slipped out of the room end his mother could hear the rumble of his I KANQYAND I WERE MARRIED nEo AN noun AGO laughter as he crossed the brood hall For a time she sat with compressed lips as shetDiidered the sltuatioa Until two years before she had queened It over the CHendale set both by virtue of her husbands business and p olitical Importance and because of her own l skill as an entertainer Then tl le new Iipulp mill had been started at the upper dam and Jlenfew Brjyan has rQught his family to live in Glendale I From the first thevtwx women had crossed sw ri1sMrs Bryan w 10 had humbly followed other leaders in the city now asserted her right to the title in the small town and jy the brilliancy of her enterainrneE ts she v hath very nearly wrested soc al su premacy from her established r val be fore Mrs Padding had realized what was going on He own entertainments ecame more ambitious and jfor the la t year the advantage had lain first w th one and then the o have F ed fall a victim to therJ Bryan w is the worst blow sustalnel and had she known that Nancys nother was as furious as she at the t irn af fairs had taken she would have de rived small cpmfort from that fret In i blissful ignorance of Mrs I ryan s state of mind she elected to be leve it t move of that designing woman To add to the cllscoi4fortof tht situa tion she heard during the dar that Mrs Bryan was to celebrate lier re ur1I by a garden party of unusual pre I entiousness A number of her qity friend were to make up a house party and there waSto be dancing ori the lawn to the music of an orchestral famous through out the state In her calmer moments Mrs Pauld Ing would have waited for revenge but Freds admission pf his love anger ed her so that she lost her usual cau Lion and announced a party for the same afternoon and ejvening he en gaged a braS band for the pro nate music and arranged ifora tro pe of Ara blah acrobats to perform n the lawn Glendale society was shaken to its foundationsV Iahd as each moe was communicated to the other Contestant hrough the medium of officious friends= i IJ some new feature w sadded asa off set uutil It Deemed t iat uotliiiig short of the engagement f a chi us could definitely settle the i onors It was in this Cru lie of riind that Mrs nnlrliiiir nnnrnnphprl hpi1 son You knpw that autornc bile you wautejjl1 she at the breakfast table Ill get it if yl u can de- vIse some feature I ryan can not possibly get OlIOU party That woinaff has id a I have orIgin ted so far f Dojyou1 give blanche 1 he uemallue Spend as much a s you like she murmured And you wont asl what it is until I g it he stipui ated I promise she siq I may rely upon YiOU 1 v Forithe sensation c f the season he assured take heart af grace mother mine I am p1aIinu tp si ake Glendale td its very foundations Much relieved Mr Pauldlig hurried to confide trihcr deadest friends that the wOuld have a sen mtion Uhat could not be equaled This Jfdue ourse was comm nIcated tg Mjs jan who vrried much hiut smce M rs Pauld Ing didltnotherself know the nature of the surprise she could not betray Freds plans The day of the double hjadeV as PauldIi Irreverently refei ed jo It dawnetj bright and bedutifull and by oclockthe festivitiesS ivere under way There were circus performances on both lapns and honois iseeiaed fairly even Mrs went bout with a smile of confideucelupon her face and with nc eS io her sur prIse kpt curiosity u toi itch The afternoon passed without tl e appear ance of the surprise and the dusk had gathered beforeFred cisappeared and word asJ ass J thathe h d gone to engineer the great event An hour Inter the faulding putter sougjt his mis tress and sho vanished into he house She found Fred in the rary and with him was Nahcy tiryaii I tJ trodfCel you o the sen sationiL fd Fred with a In gli as lie led the I girl forward Nancy andI were m rrYed half an hour go And I this is your jsurp Iso she gasped j Could You have a teolie1 he asked Every one knows of the ri valrjr between you andlMrs Bryan If jybu turn jrour party into a v eddlng reception fYOUIl beat s ya to a standstlll Youve been wrag ging about your surprise Youprjtend you knew It was coming all alonj Wnc the laugh Is on Mrs Bryan For a moment Mrs Pau ding hesi tated In some ways It W is a bitter pill to swallow but nFredhadshown her It was necessary to make the best of the situation Shie stepped forward and took the bright faced girl in her arms My dear she saId iInce Jy I am very glad to welcome my Ss wHe to her new home Let us go tout on the lawn I will introdu ie 3 l1to my friends She turned toward the door but paused as down the street here came the sound of a marching ba nd What is that she a kedI more of the surprise A Paulding nodded his ijiead ffts the from the con to con fxclalfedMrhome to tell hIsS wife ind invite the crowd over here You t ave swallowed up Mrs Bryans party lth your com ter attractions J gues Ive kept my promise havent I Mrs Paulding patted ihe ouriy head You have kept your pro nlse she- agreed You have sh kei usall our very foundations Thon Dutting on her best smile she lid the way to1 the piazza to meet Mrs Bryan at the head of her guests Genesis of the Hails one If It were not for the Icot ntiess trillions of dust particles that float sep arately invisible in thb j tmpsphere thene could be no raindrops snow crystals or hailstones i i perfectly dustless atmosphere then oi ture would descend In cease ess alwitbout drops The dust particles serve as nuclei a1toutwhich the ap r gathers The snow crystal is the mjst beauti ful creation ofthe seiial moiiture and the hairstohe is the JI1 st extraordinary The heart of evjerf hailstone is a tiny speck of dust Such a speck with a little moisture condensed about it Is the germ from vhichmay be formed a hailstone capable of fell lag a man or smashing wi ndOw But first it must be caught up br a current of air and carried to the livel of the lOfty cirrus clouds five or Ix or even ten miles high Then Continually growing by fresh accessions Of mois ture it begins Its long plu ige to the earth spinning through tlie110l1c1s and flashing in the Silri like bolt shot from a rainbow Still He Wouldnt vReiorKi This curious tale of old t rob spirit lsin is taken by Defoe roc i Baxters 1G151G01 Historical Disbourse on Apparitions riere Is no in Lon Ion an understandingr sober pious man oft one of my headers who has an elder brother a gentlem in of conf slderable rank who havinj formerly seemed pious of late years Ipes often fall into the sInf drilnkec ess tie often lodges long together li epe in his mothers house and whensd2v r he Is drunk and has slept him self sober something Ifnogkscat his bed liehit as if one rapped on the wjalhscit When they remove his oed It lb OIWs him Bipsfdes other loud noises on other parts where he Is that all the house hears they have often wa died him land tied his hands lest he sbOud do it himself But his moth r declared that she had seen his shoes urider the bed taken up and nothing visible to touch them The drunken ner refused in spite of these sblrmri warn Ingslo abandon hIs evil ways J i d COOKING FOR THE SICK How the Professional Nurse Prepares Food For Her Patients Since sickness has a way of creeping IntoaSnost families and since one neve- rcaelI when she may be forced from an foTdmary diet down to beef tea and mutton broth says the Boston Herald It might not come amiss toknow how su h weak and watery food may be made In the way possible or In other jyords belt professional nurse makes it One nt about beef tea is that It rill curdle if tob hot and another is that iti usually proves more attractive When eryed in a colored glass There are several ways of making itf all of which the professional nurse ap proves One good method is to take piece of round steak one ii ch in thickness anjd boll it for sev n minutes Then squeeze the meat n a lemon squeezer Into a cup Sea son the tea and serve at once Another method Is to cu one pound of juicy round steak free from fat into small pieces then put to soak in a cup of cold water for several hours Squeeze the Juice from the meat and strain U ThIs mustbe heated by set ting the cup containing it into a pan of hot writer Season with a little salt and serve as soon as warm Beef tea need not be warm however for when makesanotherIFor chicken broth remove the skin and fat from a young fowl and cut It Irito small pi ces Put it nto a stew pn with one quart of cold water and hat it slowly for thre or four hours Then season the broth with salt and tooUlIHow to Roast a Christmas Pig When roasting a pig for the Christ mas dinner select one if possible that weUIfilled out for his age n a pan of cold water mid wash thoroughly taking care that his eye sockets ears and throat ate perfectly clean says the Kansas City Times Rinse and wipe dry Make a stuffing as for a turkey Rub over the inside salt pepper and a uspicon of sage Press in the stuffing which must by all means have a smll onion chopped In it and then draw the skin together with a long needle and codrse thread RoIl the legs in oiled paper Bend the fore feet under the body and press the hind feet backward skewering all in placer rut the pig in 3J dripping pan rub the skin with olive oil or butter sprinkle with pieceIwith a little oth e oil and then with the drippings After the pig begins to brown cover each ear with a piece of waxed paper Allow half an hour to each pound In baking When almost done like off the wrappings from ears and feet to let them crisp When done take Out carefully and lay on a bed of cress or white celery leaves on a large platter Take out tlJe skewers remove he wood from the month and insert a small red apple or ear 6f corn Hang a necklace of strung cranberries or parsley about his neck and send to the table Always serve tart apple sauce with roast pork or goose as such rich meat lsan ncld sauce to make the fat more digestible Row to Take Care of the Skjn Theije really Js nb necessity for one letting blackheads appear on the face enlarged pores or not It the face Is kept clean That requires monthly steaming and massage and careful bathing every night Blackheads are nothing more than an animal life that las been engendered by dirt If they once get a hold on the skin strenuous efforts must be made tq remove them Squeeze out the little seed with the finger tips after having given the face a massage with cold cream which will make the task of removing the acne a simple one Next bathe the sac with uydimoue to prevent any possible sore ness If this fails to remove them a inoreV radical cure is to apply every Qlgbt a lotion made of two ounces of lirandv one ounce of cologne and one half dunce of liquor of potassium This usually has a most satisfactory result r r How to Clean Window Shades We have all heard the story of the woman who told the new maid to wash the curtains meaning the lace oifes and came into the kitchdn just in time to discover the newest window shades melting in thfr boiler But we do not all know that when shades are mereliy dust soiled the surface can be freshened by the application of hot corn meal The shade slfould Qrstjje spread put flat on a large itb1e and the meal rubbed in with acircular motion of the palm Then if rubbed gently with a soft dry cloth the meal and the dust it ha absorbed Will be removed with out leavlng any traee of either InvalidSmall will pfove to be acceptable gifts when Christmastide comes When making your own supply of jelly fill a few little glasses und store them away on the preserve sh lfJAt Christmils time several of these little glasses of jelly of different flavors nt Into a prettily trimmed basket or box will make a nlce gift for an invalid friend How to Keep Your Umbrella Mark yolir umbrella with your full name and address Borrowers will take no pleasure in its possession Take artists wUlte tube paint and put It on blotting p per to reinove the oil Trans fer it to a pnlette thin a little wJt turpentine Jiid apply with a steel peri 1 T 1Ss Iii il tPiano Placedc J 1lLJn On Trial IF YOU intend p rc asinraphln it would be dollars in your pocket to get in correspond ence with us Being tie largest piano dealers ln the South arid buying them In carload lots enables us to quote Pianos PlayerPianos and Piano Playgrs that will quickly P1iceson convince tie most l e if thewe sa gwen opngfunity Our linetimjkesconsists of the following worldfamous t IPIANOS s fJ 178IUP PLAYER PIANOS 5OO UP 1 PI 1RICIiMonterieg roRiehm Music JoLouisville Ky LKind send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on tr ale t Namej it Address L IiI MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC nsusnsLourth SSIe A New Way to Propose 4SOriginal Roland Nason prided himself on tje mg original Conventional metho were1 Irksome to him When the tine came for him to go to Louise Alllnsons father to ask for her hand he disda n ed to put the case In the ordinary vsjy viz I love your daughter and will do my best to rbake her happy He had a7 way of his own Of making hU proposition JEntering tBte library he found Mr Ailinson with his evening paper smok Ing There was some of the trepida tion usual to such situations In the young mans breast but he did not show it On the contrary he assumed a very careless manner He was little known to the man towhom he madc his application though he had been frsome time devoted to his daughtejr This is not strange Even a COUP courting really know little of eacbj oth er for they invariably assume to be what they are not and seldom disabuse each other till after they are married and conic down from acting parts io lifes reid drama Meanwhile thejlr harebeenspective son and daughter In law than the couple knojw of each other Ir Without giving Mr Ailinson even an opportunity to speak a civil way of welcome Nason began wordi e his case t4llyouhas set her heart on me It does not matter that I may be unworthy of her or that I cannot at least not now maintain her in the style to which sue has been accustomed I know that slie hits always been given what she has wanted She wants me and I dont doubt that you will not refuse her I have the honor to ask thatyou will give me to her j Mr Ailinson when tie young man began laid down his paper took hib cigar frQm between his lips and Sltt with it iKitween his first and second fingers There was no readable expres sion on his face Indeed It was Im penetrable lit was some time utter the request hiid been made before he moved then ihe resumed his cigur agalploftou are quite right in assuming that my daughter has always been given what she has desired No other course has been possible From her earliest childhood she has dominated every one of her family by an Iron will which would pet anything she wished outof a brazen Image Ivt doesnt mat herluxurlesas you have a cent left Then after she has exhausted your resources she will doubtless come back upon rnel Her marriage with you however wlll enable me to make aji escape The day that you are married I propose to take her mother abroad and wp shalj fix our residence in some corner of th6 globe where your wife will not be able to find us This Is the happiest day have known since the little curmud Igeon was born How soon can you ar range to be married As Mr Ailinson proceeded with his catalogue of terrors young Nason look ed for some indication that lie was rBpeaklng In jeat But there was not k the slightest evidence of anything of the kiudno twinkle in the eye no curve cf the lips And when he had finishedihe breathed a sigh as if hay Ing ted a great burden Do irou really mean that Louise is T am not so dishonorable as to per mit a young man just starting in life to put his neck in a yoke without in forming him of the facts Louise is capable attractive and there is nothfc ing mean about her But you must be prepared when you marry her to give up the last vestige of independence She will rule you as she has ruled me with a rod Of iron She has never shown uNo she has not shown her defect to you As you say she wants you She will have you She has the sense not to give you a foretaste of what is to come But should one of her cyclones get the better of her discretion that would make no difference in the end She has set her heart on having you and nothing can save you from her Really twitching nervously 4thls Is astonishing Let me know added the prospec paperhutplace My daughter will desire to make a splendid affair of it and byway of preparation I must get in some loans I have out Having thus put an end to the interview Mr Alljnson began to scan the news and Nason withdrew Louise was waiting for him in another room but lie slunk out of the front door and vanished down the street Louise sur prised went to the library Hasnt Roland been here papa she asked Yes II And you have refused Have you sent him away Not at nil He chose an original way of making his request and T chose an original way of granting It What did you tellhim 1 That you would rulehlm with a rod of irontoWhy papa V All women rule whether by a rod of flowers Never mind little girl If hes not a fool he will comeback J He never came back and Louise soon became satisfied to have him re main away She married a far better man LOUISE C FARRELL How to Manage nn Oil Stove To take care of an oil stove thor oughly clean and refill every time after using If you allow Qil and dirt to ac cumulate on It it is sure to smell un pleasant when lighted Poiit cut the wick but rub off the Charred parts with a lUg or a piece of piper Always turn the wick down before extinguish ing it and leave turned lown till you are going to lightlt agahj Remember that the top of the part up and down which the vlck runs needs to be kept thoroughly clean Give it a rub inside and outside every time you clean the stove and if a crust forms round the top serape it occasionally How to Clean Japanese Furniture To clean Japanese fuurpiture mix together one pint of strong cold tea one pinto linseed oil the whites of two ceres and two ounces of spirits of salt Put these Into a bottle and shake well to insure all the ingretlients being thor oughly mixed Take a pad of old soft linen pour a few drops on to this after well shaking the bottle and then polish It upnvith an old silk handkerchief l I JO t r Chickering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Arm- strongli Co Marshall Wendell Foster 1r 1 SohmerCecilian FarrandCeciliari andIthe Autopiano 1 t The CecilianA player that caivlDe attached to anf make piano J I 10 f t r In order to demonstrate to you that we haye the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfiedwith itowe will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cenLIj I CO Avenue LowsvilleKy olronor Wonderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema or five years writes NA Adams Henriet rta PalTwo of the hone doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then employed other doc tors but no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a improvementra bottles were used when our boy was completely cured H Best of all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at Hay don Rob ertsons drug store 50c L THE SUN AND Both p pars lyr 175WeeklyWeeklyLouisville Herald 125 150Weekly175SemiWeeklySt Louis Globe 175ThriceaWeekHome and Farm 125 175AmerictnAmeri an Farmer 150 225Country li35FarmReview of Reviews 325 Lippincott Magazine 285 4OQLedger435HarpersSunnvo1South 15C- i0000000000000Q000000000000 II OGOOGOGOOOOOCOGOOGOGOOGbOO The SUN ONE DOLLAR A YEA- ROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQQQy coooooboo THE DAILY Kentucky StatU Journal IncorporatedS 1 Published at theSCapital of The Sfati Preidispatchesofworld full reports of the Court of Ap administrationUBSCRIPPION 5400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE W WALTON Jbrankfoiti Ky rnt Sun and Daily Kentucky State Jour nal both one year I = iji 54j F up IL 907I 1 q I rI I iI I I I ItI Int r I Surprisin Sernpfe j By WILLIAM E i Jr FBRfAN J c prrf hled1J907by P C fTL r i Mrs Gree will Jook9fr the anary but you will surely loiik after tup plants wotrit you 1 pleaded Mrs S mlleJIThe plants are sjucii beau ties it would be u pity to liavj them die Tbey wont assured Semble Onu pint to1 each plprit remember Youre a siie Its awfully good if you Ned tojlet me go when you wont even have a teeny vacation ybufself feefImostashamed of Jself yiu alone in the hot city You have the tlnie of your U eordered Semple Ill lie all ritit Dont you worry about meV bjave such a surprise for yot she said smiling through the artl1nt ifilmed her eyes Oil wantyoli to write and tell me just how you like ItrWhats the surprise Ill bet its a cat Better thanithat and not half the trouble she declared Theres iny Strain being called its a shame they will not let yot pass lie gate Kiss mefngalif dear i nd do be careful of yourSelf Ned Seinple lilisse 1 her hot once but half f a dozen times He worshiped this dainty little w ltlnn who bad lift ed him out of lijachelordom aid oard lug houses and had made home a bit of paradise on earth He ba ed to give her up torn whole six wpels but he could not gej away from tw himself and she needed the res and hanOeI M He waited until the train pm d out of the station km went back o the Lot and stuffy office It was no hard sblp to work vleu he workedf fc r her and there were eeitain1ea1s that cbud not be neglected If tliese deals went through they wdhid botftgo to Europe next year andtpe occasional problem of where for bills was to be fountrWouJdte solved He remained aftllc office lai eij than usual to ipake up the time II had lost over their lastiutidh together The occasional charWoman only mad the desolaiiou of thtl huge office imjldlng seem more pronounced The jejevators stopped at S 1fl1ht was after vhen he descended inleVminable fitYhQf steps and the seise of depression grew upon him In the street the open cars iiI lzzed past crowded wlhi tired worke rs who found in the shedding trollfeys the breeze that could not be coaxed into their stuffy rooms Whole families fill ed some of the cross benches and Sem pie thought Iregretfiilly of hov only two nights beforblTe and Ali4a had taken a ride in thp cool of the eyeuing going clear to the end of the rum and stopping at the Restaurant for a bite to eat He did not fbel hungry Hioi iglit though he had hadno dinner H left the car at his corner and crept q the stairs to his apartment By this lime lie was thoroughly blue and the darlnessjof the place era cued hIsmisery As14e opened time hall door be semed tb hear her vojcft call a cheeiyGood evening dear J hope 7hadan eas I Did yoii Could it be possible he asked him self that Alida hud come back She might b hiding iii due of the ch sets He lighted time gas in everyrpom but he could find no trace of her save in the orderly neatness which work i all for his He went back to the parlor and puffed thoughtfully at his pii ej In his loft nerous state but one exp mm Zion of the phenonleiion was suggested Alida wns lead and In her love she had come to greet him Sa thorough ly wioUpht up lit be become that he telephoned the ntilroad compaivj1 to ak if the train btfd been wrecliec The response did not seem tascothe his raLlIed feeling if it did reassuro bis anxiety and atjlasthe went to byd only to toss restlessly Sleep did nor come until absolute physical ext auc tion closed his eyes It seemed scarcely five minute he fore the alarm cloclJ rang atid he dragged himself fut of bed lida had left coffee ant crackers and con densed milk in the house and he sip ped a cup of coffee while he sear iit1 the morning paper for hewsgP wreck He could find n thingj of time t o h- 1Ind at last lie started for the a iCe As he opened the dpor Aljdas v ico rang In his ears agfiin Goodby dear I hope you have 1Uck today It was what she always said iind although it did notsound exactly lio her voice there was no mistaking cij tain tricks clt tie hastily CUsed the door and hurrild down the st ps There Wasa telegraph office at the Corner and hesenta telegram as in tier to wire her saie arrival Ib tho office building was the tifopth otun other company untbc sent a SPGll dispatch Shewas not due at her es tination for a Tull two hours yet uul be could not hope te receive a mess ige before noon but iib paced the olQce Impatiently unable fto concentrate his attention upon anything except the lagging hands of tjeclock At last the blue Uniformed bOY appeared with a yellow envelope and de parted richer by a lalf dollar tip He was back In an hour with anpt leI message that ran r Both telegn ms received Telegyaphed upon Tirrii iii Of course nothing is the mutter assurance brpjught conteutm nt tfThe t afternoon Sejtnple put thfpi gh deal his elntloii he at their fayorlte restaurant hd t I rI i f r it vas late when he reached home The same ghostlyi voice greeted him and dashed his pleasure He moodily smoked his pipe until late and the un usual ajlpwaiice of tobacco wrought uytber havoc upon his tired nerves The natural result was a dream in which he vividly saw Alida swathed in bandages to him and begging the11uttendtints not to let him know her peril lost it interfere with the consummation of his plans It was clear that in her longing for him her spirit projected itself through ipace and that same set denial which had led her to keep back the newsot her Tanger led her to give the old familiar greeting and farewell Her spirit must be in the room On the way to the office hetele graphed her that he knew something must be vrouc and that unless he re ceived definite information at once he would leave on the next train The answer was a dual one In addition to a Jong telegram his chum Ben Bradley put in an appearance Brad ley fenced fpr awhile with small talk but at last he came to the point Do you feel all right old man 1hlL asked anxiously Iliad a wire from your wife She seemed to thiiit something was wrong I am all right said Semple wearily Ive been nervous and dispirited and I got Imagining tllingsl guess He could riot tell even Bradley what be feared but he was at Jast convinced that all was well with AlMa and he was content V Bradley turned up after office hours that evening and carried hiin off to dinner Mrs Bradley is visiting friends in the country today he ex plained and1 need company Ill come around to your apartments after ward and well have a good old time chat Seinple brightened visibly at the suggestion and when Jat last they reached lip me be opened the door cOli fidently His face went ghastly whiten the voice floated out upon the air He turnedto see if Bradley had heard Bradley stood there with a smile upon his face Thats a great idea isnt itwas his surprising comment pleIigtesplainedBrridleybe used in stores When the door opens the phonograph announces the bar gains of the day A little alteration fixed this one so that the two messages could be given one In the morning and the other when yOu came home I was telling Mrs SemplQ about it the night she was over tb see my wife and she had it fixed up asa surprise for you I bet it was a startler wasnt itr It was said Sempie dryly wondering how near to insanity he hind been It was a decided surprise Then he added to himself NowjthatI know its going to be a Col oFf too The Dry Falls of Lodore Southeys description of Lodore has given to that charming friend of boll day days a reputation which isa little ufrCprtunate It has brought to its course worshipers from afar when there has nbt been a eupful of water to perform as much as the meanest of feats which the poet describes Ones cl1 visitor was an AmerIcan He rhadseeri Tiagara again and again He read Southey on the wonders of Lo dore and once nlore visited the vast cataract of his natle land Then feel lug that rafter ajl Niagara must be very smalf potatoes compared with the falls of which the poet had sung he cameto England in quest of Lodore resolved to consecrate his holiday to the contemplation of its beauties and grandeur He setout the moment lie reached Keswick and long walked and tolled over rocks and bOll1crs He could not find the falls He rested and asked a native Can voti direct me to the falls of Lodore Why youre asettin meU1 was the heartbreak hug answer The falls of all the ad- Jectives were dr1St James Gazette Our FIight Through Space Vega Is the star toward whjelr our sun is ceaselessly rushing through the Infinite regions of space carrying the earth and all of the other planets with him Though we are pursuing this journeyat the speed of eleven miles a second so that at the end of each day we are almost 1000000 miles near er the star than we were at the lie ginning yet at least 1000000 years will elapse before we overtake and drift past this great sun Were the life of man on earth not so short how wonderfully would he sea the face of the heavens change as he passed through our universe of stars The Great Dipper the Northern Cross and ech the Milky Way Iteelf would appear to take new forms as he passed on and viewed them from a different direction and as he drew near the blue star Vega a sun enormoiisly larger and hotter than our own It would shine out with extraordinary brilliancy To the Point In i Tennessee court alold colored woman Was put on the witness stulld to tell wliat she knew about the an nihilation of a hog by a railway train Being sworn she Ayas asked It she had seen the tralnklH the hog In question r f1 r Yes sah I seed It Then said counsel telL the court In as few words as possible just how It occurred tl Yo honor responded the old lady I shore kin tell yo in a few words It Jos tooted aV tuck him Cleveland Leader j VirtUe Unrewarded 140b hang Itt Hero I come home sober and ray wifes so fast asleep she ioesnt notice it at all Meggendorf jr Blatter 1 Jr THE MDDfRN BIG GUN Its Making Involves a Sequence of Mechanical Wonders HOW ARTILLERY 1SBUILT UP IBorihj the Monster Tube Wrapping on tho Hundred Miles iof Wire and Fitting the White Hot Steel Jacket on a Twelve Inch Weapon It takes a big thought jto grasp the immensity of the famous Tyneside sastheby this huge concern is equal to that of raan3r a fair sized Cown The em ployees 20000 are a whole population iii themselves For a full mile along the northern bank of the Tyne stretch workshop on workshop From the moment you put your foot inside the first department you realize you are in a veritable museum of me chanical wonders Here is a gun being bored your guide announces and you accompany him over to the huge lathe to see the process and at the same time gather some vastly interesting information as to how artillery is built up Oue bf the first done to these ponderous weapons is the hollowing out of the UorcThlsas may be Imagined is riot the work of an hour With the finest machinery in the world it required an average of eighteen days to pleroe a ten yards long Steel muzzle with a twelve inch bore grooved slantwise To see the gun tube weighing any thing up to sixty tons fixed into the lathe is itself most interesting To manipulate the larger pieces two hjr draulie cranes are used These cranes work overhead andruri on rollers bedded in the side supports Electricity supplies the working power With the huge load fixed smoothly almost silently it is swung majestically into the air and carried along In whatever direction is required Before you have done speculating as to what may hap pen if that mighty load comes crash lug down on top of you yon hear the order Lower and down comes time sixtj tons of steel with the ease and grace of sixty pounds of feathers But astilr greater marvel awaits you in the next department to which you are conducted Here iou learn some thing of the process of gun wrap ping The wire with which modern artillery is wrapped Is of the finest steel flat like the mainspring of a clock and a full hundred miles of it are required to wrap a twelve inch gun The figures are somewhat surprising wire enough to stretch in a straight line from Newcastle to Edinburgh used on One single cannon Wire seems a weak substance to use in connection with artillery In point of fact wired guns are the strongest in existence The rifled steel tube you saw in the department just left is ca pable of withstanding a pressure of fortyfive tons wired the tensile re sistance will equal 110 tons and pro jectiles may the fired from it at the rate of three a minute without the slightest fearlof tie gun bursting The wire isf wrapped on to the tube in the same way as thread is wound round a bobbin The huge coil is fixed overhead and as the powerful machinery revolves layer after layer is wound round thegun taut as if cast oh and smooth and level as veneering llIinkofit One hundred miles of steel wire springy as quicksilver td ed automatically by machinery and a strand lapping by the thousandth part of an inch Even now however that gun Is IoI quite an embryo stage It has about a dozen further processes to go through before It Is reudyto hand over to the governinentf that r has ordered it or stbefcLroora where ninny hundreds bf guniof all sizes and pat iCru f re lppt rcr y f ir immediate sale to anybody wanting them You leave the turning shop and presently find yourself in front of what your guide declares to be furnaces but which you think would be better de scribed as infernos You are surprised to learn that these furnaccs are heated by gas and on inquiring the reaspn you ire told that it is for tle sake of purity and cleanliness The grit and dirt from any kind of fuel would ruin the work done at these furkiacesAnd what is that work Putting Pn the outer Jacket of the gun just a little matter to buoy up those miles of wire and inches of forged steel within that again 1J Presently therclsa commotion Something ppehs somewhere There is a terrific glare and the temperature goes suddenly up towell something rather warm Then a crane is set in motion something you can faintly see grips something else you dont wish to look atit Is so suggestive of the sun within ten yards of ouand before you well know what it all means the white hot steel jacket is being fitted on the gun barrel reared alongside WheUvthat jacket cools It will fit con siderably tighter than the garments of a growing boy though that is an afterthought which comes to you when you have got into cooler regions Interest ing ns it is the process of investing a gun with its jacket is too sultry for the unprepared visitors to stand much of and youhasten outside tp where gog gles and leg pads are not necessary A gun complete with all its fixings exactly as if it were in a fort or aboard a ship is awaiting your Inspection If you did not know before that a modern gun Is a marvel you certainly grasp that When you have finished wondering and admiring you ask for figures and particulars You learn that the gun Isa twelve Inchone its length with the breech piece Is tort fhe feet t II Its total weight with all ItS mounting 45U tons fT All you see frpm the outside of the steel Shell tower is the long muzzle pointing suggestively out of the for ward embrasurci The armor plating of these walls of steel varies in thickness from eight to twelve inches You enter the stronghold by a heavy steel door in the rear You now observe that the gnu Is erected on supports over a pit Thirtyfive or forty feet deep This pit exactly corresppnds with the position the gun will occupy when mounted aboard ship The machinery you see at the rear of the gun is an ammuni tion hoist and hydraulic apparatus for working the gun As you contemplate wonderinghovramrods lanyards and cannon balls tutnlphitvery You touch a handle sand with- n ease that astounds you down drops the muzzle of the mammoth piece aToti release another handle and with the simplest possible movement so far as you are concerned the entire gun mountings begin to revolve in a circle similar slmplp touch will send the puge projectile on its journey of four or five miles to strike and pierce twelVe rich armor plate- Hydraulics your guide laconically explains Magic fits in better with your private ideas Even the ammurii ion hoist works an tom a tfqqIIY Should a shot unfortunately damage its mecli iinism it can still be worked by hahl A miracle of mechanics a wonder of adaptation iTRYi LIVE LONG Bargain JeYearsNo one wOrthy that he is not ready to b4igaii with death Let the spectep name hla price and we give up our love and our tobacco with equal promptness He may have our fortunes and out homes our pride and our achiever ments and aspirations yea even our eyes and earsIf he will but smile up on our prayers Let him so command and we will abide in the wilderness we will find comfort in husks we will lie down with the beasts of the field Better even a browsing Nebuchadnez zar than a molderhig Hercules- It is needless to tell us that death is an arch grafter We know with whom we are dealing and we know too that he grins in his sleeve at our eagerness to delay the inevitable What to him are ten bore years or OILy years or fifty centuries Had Sargoii the mighty ruler of the Babylonian world secured a respite of 5000 years he would even so have been in his grave for more than a century when Richard of England led the crur s ders to the walls of Jerusalem An old legend tells us that when Methuselah was 500 years old an angel came tp himand advised him to build a house instead of living in the open air as he had been doing up to that time The patriarch asked how much longer he hind to live About 500 years answered the angel Then said Methuselah ft is not worth while to buItd a house By this token Methuselah proved himself al pessimist To Azrael a thousand years may beqs yesterdaly but it is not for us to follow the ex ample of OILT antediluvian forefather and view existence through the eyes of death Every moment added to earthly tenure is regarded as thatI much again The monk Hildesheim u1hlrdround that Inthostf three minutes 300 years had flown And so to each iof as life means always the possibility 1jjoy and ieelaton unmeasured by tithe or space Therefore let us bar- gaIn with death Trien he will claim us at last but we shan have had the better of the bargain Lippincotts Whatils Happiness What Is happiness asks James Bryce In the Atlantic 13 It pleasure pid If so hat is pleasure ArlstQte gave us a de1nitiqu pf or rather perhaps a description since the logicians say that you cannot define an ultimate frict which has not been much improved upon It is not iowever psych blogical definitions that Deed concern us bujt ratlior this ques tion whfch occupied the utilitarian school seventy years ago whether the pleasures taken In the aggregate as constituting happiness arc to be subjected to a qualitative as well asa 3unntlfotive analysis Shall we inCas tire them by the intensity by which they are felt or by the fineness and elevation of the feeling to which they appeal Is the satisfaction which Pericles felt In watching time perform ance of a drama pi1 Sophocles at an Athenian festival greater or less than he satisfaction bone of his slaves felt IiI obtaining a jtrof wine Lungs That Are Starved Its a fact that njost of us are vie tims of our owLIazy respiration and Jeprive ourselves or oxygen that is so necessary If we would keep our bodies at1 their highest hoin of ettlcl ncr Ox ygen is absolutely necessary to thy existence of life Man gets oxygen from air breathed intd his lungs Besides Introducing oxygen Into the blood the Inngs act as excre tory organs reniovirg undesirable ele ments from the System at each expira lIon Injordinarybr upcousclous breath ng only 10 to 33 pert cent of the air in he lungs is change at each breath caving 80 to 00 per cent of the lung Capacity filled with tae air Forced- r conscious breathing of pure air ven tilates the lungs d out the SO to 00 per cent of the Stationary 01 stale air All bedroom w ndows kind doors should be wide open luring sleep thus connecting the lungs lireetly with pure air of the outside wqrld Delineator 4I ISIII1ii lIUIIIIlflT List of fine Farms l iFORALE i I mileSouthgood barn well fenced Price 2000 NO 203 Farm 100 acres gj pd land 34 mile from Lebanon On JJanvilIo pike all good land well fencedand watered Price 50 per icre No 204 Farm 166 acres si1uated 5 dwelling50 per acre No 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 dwellingland all lies well Price 16 per acre 206 187acre farm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling house 2 barns well fenced and watered Price 3700 207 52acre farm located 1J miles southwest of Springfield Good dwell outbuildingsImpryements repair Price 5000 208 12 90 acre farm 41 miles from roomdwellingfenced All the land in a high state of cultivation and lies well Price 60 per acre 208 100 acre farm 3 miles from Springfield small dwelling house and good barn wire fenced and mostly in grass Price 2000 WillisburgKylies well Mostly in grass Price 40 per4acre 210 10Sacre farm located 8 miles west of Springfield Good house and barn well fenced and watered Near railway station Price 3500 212 100 acre faim located 7miles from Springfield Goo a small house and barn 50 acres in bluegrass Price 1500 AND AGENT KY 1 lL is BY 11h FOR RATES LOCAL MANAGER INCORPORATED tfto Drive a Nail secret of driving a nail without profanity and without pain Is When you drive a nail Into a board what do you do Do you trust to luck place Do you concentrate your thoughts on the hammer circling in of the nail you want to hit and no matter where your hammer isor what curves It describes In the air If your intense thought is on the spot the blow should fall there it If your thoughts wabble and are un certain will miss the nail or drive it sJdewise How to Cure Summer Complaint To cure children of summer complaint tie a quarter of a pound of wheat flour in a thick cloth and boil if in a quart of water for three hours then remove the cloth andexpose the flour to the air or heat until it is hard and dry grate from it when wanted a tablesjpoonful which put into half a t pint of pew milk arid Mir over the tire until itj comes to a boil when add a pinch olf salt and a tablespoonful of cold water and serve This gruel is ex cellent for children afflicted with sum pinches at a time to a child HoWr to Feed Dogrx A man who has been very successful raising thoroughbred dogs especially of the large breeds gives this recipe for a most nourishing and economical dog food Procure ifes fup bone and boil as for soup When all the juice been extracted take the bone from hasI broth remove tIm itioof chop fine and return to the soup Stir In sufficient cornmeal to make a thick mush and set aside to cool When cold cut in slices and feed to the dogs as required Vegetables such as cabbages and beets are additions Each dog should have a large beef bone to gnaw dally to keep his teetlrip good How to Make Cat Glaus Sparkle To make cut glass brilliant rmse It with a littlq alcohol says the Pittsburg Press ifnot enough alcohol Is on hand to pour over the glass rub it with a St11 wet with alcohol it Into cuts Then rub the dish inside for cut glass is to clean it with finely I powde 2d chalk and a brush and it Is 4 to a r joi 1 = Good improvements of eVery kind fine woodland around dwelling Price 4ft per acre fromSpringfieJdall lies well Price 65 per acre 215 103acre farm located 9 miles oftobaccoMackvilleKy iwIn219 140acre farm 40 acres creek llhouse45 per acre at 220 100 acre farm located 8 mileS east of Springfield Small house and good barn Price 2600 221191acre farm located 6 mites I 222 125 acre fkrm all in grass good improvements of every kind Price S50 per acre ing house barns 60 per acre 224100cre farm located near twObarns225 farrnloeated4miles from SSpringfield ll good lanq lying wellfencod226 350acre farm located Smiles improvements227 200 acre farin 3 miles from Springfield Good house and barnand till other outbuildings Land all lies is a Desirable home 50 per ikcre MCELROY WHARTONINSUR- ANCE REAL ESTATE SPRIHGFIELOr IIIIIIIipi THE SAFEST AND OUIJGKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE APPLY TO CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO IHow eerlnglPractice yourIyourIUuughts whcrej bleIspoonful valuable conditIoni squeezing 1shiue 1yer fromtown gOodimprovem ofSpringfiel thebesti FOR AQEiTSAN OPPRTUNITY hhTheOId World j And Its Ways A By William Jennings 36rNow READY FOR SbLIC1TORS 576 SuperbErigrayings taken byCoi Bryan Recounts his trip around the world and his visits to all nations The great est book of travel written Ihe most successful book of this generation 25000 called for m90 days Write us for sample recprts of first 80 agents geryTheSend fifty cents to cover cost of mail ing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louils Mo Heartburn Comes From the StomachT- he heart is an organ that people are not inclined to trifle with but a person may have fluttering of the heart heartburn and similar troubles and yet have a perfectly sound heart Nine times out of ten the disorder comes from the coutipationSo instead of taking 4lhear cures oisother such things that contain atiatulants and narcotics take a harmleflB but effective whtcawlIlTheeedyIsof anrdrugtrfst in 50 cent and tl bottles As lattertheoureWill lhiewTennwho suffer from heartburn etc She write tkat for five years she suffered rom indtzestibm as constlf tion from fainting spells fluttering at the heartrand heartburn She couldnt eat meat or anything seasoned with mlat Dr CaMwells Syrup Pepsin was recommended to er aad tlpationheart trouble soon disappeared She takes a dose of the remedy and now never feels any ill effects no matter what she eats It thlewaysedo SyrupPlenfsnever gripes lIla the idealjremedy for HOlD ach and Tx wal owing se its genUs action te especiaUy ta toe recoa mended to children women others who can not stand the and griping of salts purgatives aofoatbartid t FCtThoie1MfleIsWDrCidn IaczahiveaIrssssiap4 ItlI 1NWhIaIYa- 44rsIslf e compy TNI tier isis pci itts- reeydoaiweclaim IseMyNelIses WH nlVS HWtf Wwd It 4kr it Ifyw Mi y 3YMP5M tf rtomacli Hw K bowel Jinan Seityet mast effective taxHvt for cMMrm ad eM Mks fnarMtorti WmMat kem4 THE PUBLIC VERDICT NtLmthrt Ie t Ml ias OR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This ICttNan Nrity gwmtee Ne 17 Wukide ID PEPSIN SYRVP SO 119 OaMwtU l4fMsntH tt JL RED CROSS DRUG 1QJ 1ti t 11 r I I f j- t I J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1907 4 ty t fl I r 1r 1 s s 1Jt f mitbl 1I j j Bis faults i it i By ETHEIJ BARRINGTON lI 11it id1Ii Despite which epigram you t auarry Kenneth Hadley scoffed her friend The two Irs had paused 1- tIecorner of the street where Katli erine Intended taklnin car It was l ot in sight so s tUtlled to finish tjie 1flssiunSWhy not she asked 1 am fl t t Ibe wouiuu to give grouud for Jet il usy while Keuuetu on his pat vjfcinbws 1 would uever forgive unjust rasplcion which isi what jealousy mounts to Real Iive jnsurespef Sect trust and ftitliSt With some iiturekpOISl11y BIt i leiineth Hadley could ub more hel SS eing jealous where fie loves than SDuld stop breathing and livet Orl fIHadleys fiancee forfhe saldjiOthiii feme Sj isome day he will l Katherine Felix shook her head t pDoubt is degrudingland hatopines exnuot exist in tplOsrher Mil ifed Ill be frank Kenneth and I die L nce have a wretched understnndlrij i which came near separating us Warned him then that such scene t SwIouIa kill whatever sentiment I cher Stiegifor him In wif not relinquish my individuality jue takes me as I accept him a soul m rtnred gjving tqhim a closer In kcy than to any other yet with dIsatal reservations Wej come into world alone depart alone So Ill re always be silent places in our Sites to ich even the nearest can hme no Who I 0- 1OJ er friend unconvinced started to ay goodby but e Impulsively oUie chargej riTheoretically Katharine there Is tSin your argumn jJealousy is oj temptation to you Sh6uld you meet Kenneth walki4with a girl dol bt if it you to even- jtsli her name Your error is making OTets of nothing others eye flashe1rescntfuUy 4ou say that 4eIl you where I am going now Nonsense Its nonelof my affair 35ui suppose you Mr Hadley Sosi ead 1 iS should ave decllndd to explain The n the emergency Qf her errand re tarring to her mind sbe added Here irouea my car CJoodb ifildred ItTripi der if Jt would not bate been bet ter had Kenneth met you first you Wot rd have yielded to his exactlo s so- f Sgra iouslyhvlth a smile at the Hiers indignant protest she motioned fe tie motormarii i it Reaching her destination she en terea a large manufactuving estublish jpent Sending in her crd to the ad ert sing manager she was at ouce ibown intg his private ofiice t Half an hour later returninghome she ncountered HadIey who plainly Kuofed his delight at t6e unexpected meeong 4what luck brings you to this part- 9f town he Inquired Business was the llglit response- Shfch In woman i vocabulaigr SS IDeo s pleasure A quick lopk showed he was conscious of the evu sloir though he didt1 t press the r jpomij uWIsh I could ret rn with you an appointment fOfbIdS How lias It isr Give me your haudker ioriller Kathe Thereg a rude black Kmuage dangerously ncaij your eye Krj Jaughed and feeling for Ser Sandkerchief without success re J arkkdE that she must hare dropped it Sonie here adding ypurs At I SSs compliance she thanked hun BOdd d goodby and was gone- sII was seated at the pUmo drawing ort melody from its keys in the mel 3o7 Ight of the shaded lamp when Hadloy arrived He watched her for some moments before she discovered Sis presence Then she swung round SWlyl on the stool with extended SMnds Seand kiss me which ceremony JKJ 0 iitted when we lasi met SAs ne crossetoward n6r something Sm Ills expression made tljie girl draw tecfc rom the invited caress I 1Tltt is the matter sc askod 4Ttttbrought back your property bit of linen IntoIfcejr la A K embroidered toiisplcuously in one corner 4 IUUy handkerchief Thanks Where dyo find it J SS Yoi ask that Tell m rather what i4i takes Itny promised wife to visit eiarleJ Truax I al iswer no question Rutin such a eLt rtr my right to kn wr The mans cyfts took angry measure f her reslst jicePQt the same question this itfternoon and you evaded If I thought vtcn toil Insisted on you rights and fcrivflefes that your little ecrets were u concern of mine What do I find Tfcat you have been closeted in the prl Ynteofice of a married man an old iffamcolf yours Truai refused an ex rIIlatl n What haveyou to say A womanj of leisure you cannot plead- i4mne in a factory as all excuse iYON too to9 far t ltls you I love you as my ttreo ni d oudrlteJ melmad with t Knowing my wdakness you 1tUIon It1 wIll have the triitb eegiZIliJ 4i Katharines i bite and- + t H jasioiiie S In Ills Arrested him jjKatheJ he Ple ted I cant stand it Onr wrong you must have no tortmeii as her d 3OUI else to morrp tv II am not in woman for you 0 i are not thts iriau for me Did yiu love me as 1 egant- bet pastonateyS IUs ut a question of love return girl Im not going to allow you to pol1 my life ivith your un bearable doubts nor will I sacrifice my ihdi iduality on the ultar of your thisIchoOse t bq free to put you out of my life one and for alloI In tIle days following Hadley strove question ibut Katherlno toreoPithe answer his appeals in him an interview so fell between them Then the girl pied to takeup her life where it Lad eu into jy the coming Of K tried Iree ly rejoice UCl co but as thewc ks passednith grew heavier dragging lot her the ball and chain Ipu the c foot She suffed in manner she could Cither under stand Ijjelievedi possible and grew refutful at the persistent aching and possesses her By niiiit she tossed restlessly in soninia Jer jailor half choked with a grief to vhich she wdiiltt give no ouit let She had resented Kenneths mas terful clilm on her and on her pu suits Why then when this super vision wtis was she not content Loveshe believed subservient to indi viduaiity When one or other must be sa riuced she had had no besita tioii in i jr choice She had made ia fetich of egO to find in the end lovtr had so ndermined It that she was no lone an entity sufficient to herself rih n succeeded days when half desperate In her unhappiness she near Iicapltu ated hours when it seemed as thOugI an Irresistiblefore i her to IvQneth but always lDPelfeI for1 idillng and she nfhde no Kenneh sails Saturday re told her j at last risking a quarreU having been forbidden to mention tB6 name There being nothing to keep him here ow4 she continued comfortably hell miry never return Shj watched with satisfaction the result of sb41pthe break but its too late now sdII its better As it is Ivatheriue made no response but that night she wept for the first time and long bitter sobs washed awayj every feeliig but the love that gao them births She realized now that oyer lifer love fqr Kenneth his faults had ffalpthat 11Efabout to board an outbpund vessel a ti1ghtit the touch j yellistood bilent in of h roverednd of the dock where great packing ases afforded some seclusion You shojild not have come Lhad tOh been ailS wrongand wanted t tell you Ive been agSbort stories advertising foi4 ditr at S why Nltl to c He r timberereittlrmstn oone knows I didnt you especially ntH something yhile mericaI come backb worthI How h do you mean by telling niie this e jAS nil as you wish I Ive oyour faults my faults hat dQ matter Kenneth Im retched lOU yIIThen HaJIey understood Only at1 tie last monent had he sufficient prs eice of ml id to get his trunk pulled oif the steamer before islie sUpped he- roorinsI Kashgaria here are few places In the world f4 difficult Ito g tnt as Kashgaria Though it li s in Chinese territory the journey fromTeking occupies thnn six months From Indl notessI vans take two months having meanwhile tie three highest mountain ranges in the world by way of several p ses measuring 18000 feet above sea teel Then from the tall eriof the Rus Rlan railway system in central Asia a3p may reach Kashgarla In three jw iks by several routes all Involving tti transit jdifflcult and storm swept poises Kashgarld Is said to cover an area of 150000 square miles a statement tuhas little Interest until considered relatiOn tq the proportion which Is cultivated by man tore lize that lman endeavor has been IA able of reiidering fertile little more thima hundredth part and that nine tynine hundrlMths flt is Ir redeema He desertfllackwoods Magazine W Y He Waited le rOllolttg story Is told of the tote2ulrerAbrongbamaw stiej ped Into lt expecting to be taken at c nee to hteffiestlnation To his sur pris however the coachman sat mo tionless on tie box without the least Intel ationiti parent of leaving the stat onjAt last llelblsbop Inquired wh Ki as vaIting eiJslr said the coachthan 11 Was told to wait for the Bishop of Sod r and Mao Youve arrived sir arid now Imj waiting for your man- CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS How to Obtain Beautiful Effects With Pine and Holly As the Christmas season approaches decorations lire uppermost iii the mind A false note Is too often struck by having the rooms so laden with pine mid holly that one experiences a sense1 ofsuffocatioiiS Over arches or doors a thick rope of ground pine is sufficient untl the green can be brightened by bruneies of hol ly Holly wreaths tied with red rib will be sufficient f s bOon Washington Iost lYhj110WSS ng the ribbon crimson harmonizing with the berries VermIlion color is too often seen and Is entirely inartistic Charming effects can be produced with little outlay for the table A heavy wreath of holly will cost 75 whiteItel or one can lIsea crystal jar or even a white one with delicate orna mentation This decoration may be easily ruined by the use ornpinkyei low olt yellow green vase or jar If a little wore elaborate trimmiug is wished place streamers of red ribbon matching the carnations in color at each corner fastening a spray of holly with perfect berries on each Chrysanthemums and roses are made of paper these days so ns to appear as natural as their models These flowers can be used time utter tithe for ta ble decorations if they are placed in boxes and covered instead left outside to collect dut and crumpled A small sum becomeI hothouse vines to mix 1themound of chrysanthemums wreathed with holly or ground pine makes an approprite table decoration The blossoms should be scarlet and white Crystal candlesticks hooded with scarlet and wreathed at the base with r mId to the effect always an appropriate and Iruitis center decoration A silver Apr tty china or gl4ss bowl lends Itself charmingly th common chopping bowl filled andJ wi ater fruits and nuts placed wreath of holly will provO a novelty BlotterIs is al5 and wo mea ana the choice of materials to make it should berather different if in teidd for a mans use Avoid the dfiinty colored blotting papers and cluose a dark red green or gray and ins ead of a spray of som dainty flower choose rather aiu autunleaf In pin e of a Frejich court ilcturfe select a muting scene and carry out the sun ic idea in choosing thej bow of rib box for it Buy a sheet of blotting pa itlinthe two upper corners or the narrow SiLS and through thes run a half inch ribbon to hold them t gether then fJilehalfyflour paste fasten one or two pretty pictures clipped from a magazine and arrange In aii artistic way Pictures of different shapes will be pretty one longand narrow placed at he top and the other more of a squar put at the toIItotal cost jof this blot bI nit be 15 cents + i woo How to Make Opera dms ofgrunulntetIsugar solve it adding to the milk a quarter teaspoonful of cream of tartar Bring slowlv to a boll stirring steadily all the time When a little dropped into cold water is the consistency of putty turn tho rptetureiuty ia greased pan and set it aside until it begins to get cool Beat It as long as you can do so and hen knead as you wbuld dough turniiig it out on a pastry board sprinkled jvith powdered sugar Roll iuta a- sheet half an inch thick and cut into squares If flavoring its d sIredlt should be stirred in just before the fireIed In hard it is to make up a bnistr bed so that the clothes will stay in place during the night 1If the shoulders are well coy ered the feet are not and vice versa Fold the sheets lankets and quilt in at the foot using smallest width pos bible Take a narrow sheet the width of bed only fold one unit the length under the mattress and draw the other half smoothly over the blankcts On top of this place your spread lotting It hang over loosely at sdcs and foot alike No blotter how restless the sieepdr theclothes will stay in place How toiKeep Tins Fr9m Rusting An authority on household matters says that if new tinware be rubbed Over with fresh lard and thoroughly heated In the oven before It Is used it will clever rust afterward no mat ter how much it Is put lIt water For stained tinware borax produces the best results If a teapot or coffeepot is discol red on the inside boil it Ina strong solution of borax for a short time an 1 all its brightness will return- How to Utilize Old Sheets Old slieets make serviceable aprons for afternoon wear Use the cornets which are almost as strong as when new and you will find them easy to wash and do up and they give a neat appearance to the wearer when doing serylcb in the dining roomas well as elsewhere l 1 I CAHLE SHIP TRIP What It Mans to Work Your Way Across tne Atlantic HARD LABOR AND POORFOOD Experience of a College Student Who Wanted to See the Old World on Little MoneyHis Troubles Abroad arid the Return Voyage A great many college boys and other youths who have a lot of time and very little money ohjtheir hands dur- Ing the summer pan tgeta fine vaca tion trip with Utile cpst One of the most popular trips is of course to Europe and as very rew of them are able to stand the first or second cabin tariff and sort of fight shy of the steer age their Imagination turn naturally toward the much talked of voyage as cattlemen Without knowing very much about cattle or the sea or hard work young men often jump at the opportunity to get to the old world in this way About this trip they know just this 3uch First that it cots 551 to get the job second that the cattlemen mus care for the cattle all the way over for no pay and third tlat the passag back is free That looks good but thats ohly the bare outline The ex parjences of a young collegian who took this trip one summer may be of value to those who may contemplate the voyage and of Interest to the pub lic gcncrallj When he got the Idea that he wanted to go to hisIpocket Five of this he paid to a steamship agency in mil office on South street where he signed a ccontract as f cattleman A few hoi irs before the sailing he reported on board to the foreman and was assigned to a smelly TheI and remained so over ex amined his Plave ntnIned a minute description ThenUthejway foreman said they The men of the were en tirely separated crew of the vessel and seldoni came in con tact with them during tIe voyage Be sides the foreman there were two paid men who alsO in liquor lull the time and never worked and four college boss on noutlntT he YOUth- Sgot jiL as ywere on board and discussed thi possibilities of theiii job Going down the Delaware there was J4k thing doinj The ca tle7 210 head of them wei e quiet and things looked rosy to the boys They got their first jar when they were called to dinner T aisi meal was taken In the forecastle I consisted of salt horses skouse punk oleo and chicory Translated the meal consisted oi meat pota t but ter and coffee Some oe1bread had been camping and could eat anything but they biIked at the quality of the food and the careless cooking Then cl rov The fore netman and the two them if they thonght they first cabin and threateried me1nsked them overboard ate if they did they That night they retired early and were pulled but at 4 a m by the night watch and lollItogo to j work The foreman und his two pah men stood around giving order while the boys toned like galley syes First they watered the cattle of the 210 had to be Eachread of water whlqrr had from the outlet tubs at the end of the cattle deck The boys soon begcii to sweat under this uuaccustomed work and threw off pll their clotlilng except their in which ccrtume they way OYtlh took twotrousersfind hours to watei the cattle and eakfast was erred the nivo knd of stuff that had bee Ii hetl the evening before By this time the boys wOre so hungry that they could eat almost anything At 10 oclock the heaviest svork start ed The hay which was fed to the cat tlehad to be pulled tip fro n the hold with a block and fill Eighteen bales of 125 pounds each were hoi ted in this manner as well as ten bale weighing from 50 to 325 pounds anl eighteen bags of corn of i2Z pounds ach Two of thelyoutiis hooked the b ies in the hold while the other two putted It did not takj long for 4he tender skin on their hands to become rrSv and n flamed and the hauling been me ja posi tive torture When all the hay and corn had beet pulled up the corn was fed o the cattle and then It was time for dinner This was eaten hurriedly s4 that the men could get back to work The hay was split In the narrow aisles In front of after several hours of therattlenml it up the poor Thou the inen were fed wit i far worse fOod in comparison than tl nit given the cattle By this time thy were tired enough to pb to bed y ost of them revoltell at the ituffy unks anti slept pnkhe hard deck This was the regular prOgr mme for each day On the second lay lout a lit tie relief came when a poor starved stowaway was lug out of the hold a ndIset to work He could not wok for he was sick most of the time but he helped a little So the wdrk went notlhaewere halfway Over every col ege boy was praying for land There was practically no amusement on board Isolated from everybody on the ship the boys had nothing to do In their few spare moments but gamble- Ij IAt playmgpoker the ypjiih who had started with 20 less the 5 to the agericy lost every cent Occasionally a cabin passenger would visit the cattle men and bring them a bit of decent food There was beer also but It cost 10 cents a small glass and was very flat They had to take turns standing the night watch and then work just as hard the next day Three of the cattle died on the way over and had to be lumped overboard In spite of their hardships the college boys were told that It was an exceptionally easy voy age as no rough weather had overtak en the hipOn a stormy trip a con stant watch must be kept over the cat tie as their ropes are frequently bro ken and a regular stampede follows qnce in Europe the college cattleman imagines that his troubles are over If he has any money he can live there cheaply but if he has none his life ls much worse than the American bums One particular youn Than who was out of funds was lucky enough to bor row 20 from a cabin passenger bn which he llved in Antwerp for three weeks Then he had trouble In ar ranging his passage home Having landed the cattle the steamship com pany cares very little for Its contract to convey the cattlemrh back to Amer- Ica After much argument and waiting the college boy at length succeeded In getting passage en a freighter to Boston The voyage home was lazy and tiresome The food was the same as he had oh the way over with an occa sional festival of plum duff There was no work to do so it was much better than on the voyage eastward He did not enjoy it however for the sea with out proper companionship is the m9st tiresome place Imaginable He was the only returning cattlemaji on board and the sailors were an ignorant lot and too busy to talk with him On landing In Boston he had to wire to Philadel phia for m ney to return home and was glad enough to get here He Is proud of his experience but declares that it Is certainly not worth the price Philadelphia Record VENETIANGLSS The Different Varieties and the Proc es of Manufacture Venetian glass owes its extreme thinness and lightnjess to the want of lead in its composition Alfthe ornamental shapes were blown und owed their beauty to the skIllful manipula tion of the worker whose delicacy of touch and artistic taste were often a heritage from generations of glassblowing ancestors The most prized of the Venetian productions was the beautiful vitrodi trina or lace glass generally known as filigree Of this there are two kinds the and theretIccilli The farther was the less elaborate and consisted of a single tube twisted and given a spiral direction the ground of the vessel being of a differ ent color The retlcelll designs iwere varied Sometimes the twisted tubes were powdered with gold and made vertical horizontal diagonal or curved Indeed every variation was given that Ingenuity could suggest or fancy de vise Ay enturine glass was Invented by the Venetians its secret being disc v ered by the accidental dropping Qf brass or copper filings into a pot of melted glass which resulted in the m fusion of gold specks or threads throughout the mUss Its name is said to signify adventure or resulting from chance a word half but coined probably for the occasion to denote jthe peculiar variety Marbled or variegated glass Was made to resemble chalcedonj jasper lapis lazuli und tortoise shell There was a kind of green and purple which became red by transmission of light A frosty glass which showed an icy coating was made by dipping the yes sel when half blown in pounded glass the particles of which readily adhered to the warm mass which was reheated and wrought into shape Sometimes pounded glass of differ ent colors was used with fine effect up 6n the same object These with deli cately gilded glass and some qrnament ed with jewel patterns Uke those of Damascus formed the principal kinds of Venetian glass which was too thin for engravings and couitlrarelybeare- nan1elll1gExchange Tired of Being a Mascot Do I know where you can find a good dressmaker said the smartly gowned woman In a weary but firm voice as her best friend looked anxious ly to her for advice Yes I do but riTnevel tell you Now dont look so Injured She is my own dressmaker and I would not hive her name or address to anybody for well for all my annual pin money Ive had a few ex per ences in that line which have taught me some lessons I had a wo man who came once a week to do ex tra housework for me and she was a- treasureso faithful and so energetic She came regularly for three years One day she told me she needed one or two more places so she could put in all her time and Just about then a friend of mine was looking for extra help so I recommended Dinah I nev er saw Dinah again but once That was when I went to call on my friend Dinah was there putting In all her ex tra time HI recommended my tailor to a friend and now he has so much work for her that he cant find time to make me a suit within two months though I was the first customer he ever had after he opened his own shop Besides he charges me more because he is so busy I recommended a certain tea room oa friend and now the choicest table Is always reserved for her while J can slink into old dark corner a t- nojbodyrc I J iPoRATHERS lRKIMrs JH Mtyes has returaed horn after a weeks visit to rL LMayei near Aliceton c V tMr GeOrge Barker and wife were Cbrnishville last Tuesday inL Our hustling turkey buyer F Sheens ldout thra weekamongst the fowls Mss Ethel Mayes4nd Mr Will Bar ker went to Tellico Ten last Thurs diy and were married Miss Mays ig the daughter of MrJ H Maye of this place and is the assistant tea her in the school at Texas It 18Saidlhe left a note in the mail at Mr Campbells where she was boarding saying she had lefton a wedding trip and would be back Monday to take charge of her school Miss Mayes it eighteen years and is a pretty young lady and with all woo fldknow her while Barker ia an ex c ll ntyoungI possessing many Jlood traits of character He is the son of Mr James Barker of Fenwick Mri and Mrs Dolph Barrafclq accom panied them to Jellico The writer ex tends to the newly married couple best voyagijthrough t PublicSale Saturday November 23 As I have sold my farm I will offer the following property for sale ion the above date near the Cross Roads where B F Col vin now lives One work mare 9yearsold j work marfc 4yearsoid 2 mares yearsold all four of these mares are in oal 1 2yearold mare by Leachmans horse 1 work horse 9yearsold yearlipgcoltr suckling colt yoke of steers years old 2 milk cows and calves 2 fat hogs Sow and9 shoats 20 head of sheep Twowagons and 1 good Ahorse vagon buggy and harness brodto madnineJa fOw farming implements and hotehd and kitchen furniture The above property will be sold bn 12 months time Gttrge G1 Colyih- S M Campbell Auctioneer SALE BEGINS at 10 OCLOCK A M r Commissioners Sale I r J It Harmon etcv Plaintiffs vs W 0 Harmon Defendants By jvirtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1907 tin the above styled cause I hall proceed to Offer fOt sale pn the premiss about the hour of 13Q odlock p m or- thexeaboit QniTHURSDAY NOV 2g J 3L9pt Upon a credit of 1 2 and 3 years The land to be sold is near MackYille ntyKydQwerinE 107 pples to a Beech tree thence N JoshTumey pplestocorner to the heirs thence N 37J E 47 poles to a stone thence S 3lJ E 2120 ppfes to a Walnut stump thence treethencorner to dower thence S 57fWil09i poles to the beginning containing one hundred and twenty two i4i acres For the purchase puce the livrchaser orpurchasere with approved security rinlegalpaid and having the forceand eflTe4t of onlandders will be required tcj comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAf M C WQ C SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Mrs N C Campbell SpHnrfieJd MammotJIBr9I1ze ttirkeyiVaildner ablepricestire H F D Wo 5 Telephone 90 1 long 1 snortc buyaCl L Gruudy R RN91 has for sale a 125 pound White male hog J FrederfcktownKyVyandottullets and a few cockerels lightBrahmasW M Hardin Fenwick has for wl itsvrqraboltHaving moved to Illinois i have foe atthehomeMackyille R R No 1 Jye i child can drive Soupd M a dojjar J R Walker Jit 1 uf1some nice seed hUt G T Clements Rt 4 has two spans extra good work w sal1o0oj iC