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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i r c L1T 1I t 4 L 1 ri1I 1 r U i ITtl Uno = ii DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYI ti YOiM Elri i SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOJEMBEft 20 1907 HUMIER50 i I I j L miRLJEY I 6ROW9R ill Ask to f jJassi1gII Tobac 0 Compan LToL tetrlP R USE JTO BUY 1906 i JftTUEY CROP I 1 Rj ports were received in Louisville yesterday from Cincinnati where in formal meeting s of the burley tobacco jgrowers societi s have been held for severalldays hat an ultimatlim is about to be gven the American To bacco Company that it must either buy the 1966 holdings of the Burley Society or prepare te be driven out of the State by a law whicl the growers say they will submit to tie Legislature ceclar ing the compan a ombination in re strain of trade says the Louisville A Herald of yester ay V 4This the fina and strongest weapon which the gro ers can use ancis in tended it isdecl red to bring thc corn 1 i any tp terms Mot only has the trust refused thus fa to purchase the 1906 crop at prices ned by the growers but it is preparin it is said to substi tute dark tobacc a to a large exte it for j the lieht burley and to experiment- with t bacco ro in other its effjort to keep from having to pay tHe prices demanded by the growers FORMEPASTOII 100f Spnngficld Baptist Ghurc Has Been Successful In Nfew 1 JJ2Tse I L gLThe following is from thePattrson XN J Call f At the close of the communiotser vice yesterday morning the Rev George IDouglas of tW Madison Aye nue Baptist church read his resigna tion as pastor of the church It was L received with mich regret by the members ofjbis congregation I Rev tMr Do gInS will go to Flush ing Nf Y the rirst Baptist church of that HJwn hayi ig given him an unani iinouicall to the pastorate WheqMrougIa took charge of the church in 1903 which was then called fh8ixth Baptist church it was a struggling afiair with a weak membership and sma congregations Soon after hs coming the church took on new I fe baptisms were fre quent memben were added andthe Congregations began to overflow the building people frequently being turn ed fromithe door for lack of room About a ydaf dgo wojrk was begun on enlargingthe building to seat double the nutnb r of attendants and last June tie beautifully remodeled house was opened Since then success has continued es pecially large congregations attending the evening sei vices where the only attractions are tie simple preaching of the Gospel of Christ and unusually hearty ciongregal ional singing During the fur and a half years of Mr pastorate the Madison Avenue Baptist church has become a spiritual power in the city has mor than ddubled its membership met all running expens is increased the pas torts salary thre times and paid 4500 for debt and imp rovements f jfe Douglas left Springfield four and e a half years agb to accept the charge of the above church in New Jersey having t that ime resIgned the par torate ot the Bap tist church here His manyjfriends in t iiscpunty will be jzlad to learn of his remarkable success in New Jersey beciarddDiyidenfL tIL e eti g f the direCtOJ O the tfTVashingion Cou ty Fair Association last Saturday a6 per cent dividend was declared on t lis years II 0 4j1isGALORE Scouring the fields In Search of B White HHPartridgjss are plentiful this seasons so are hun ers amd dogs In fact the mabhi tht gun is visIble upon the hilto and the valleys and the bangtpfl the gun ind the flutter of birds are breaki ig the quietude of the coun t3T roundat o Not witHn th4iemory of the oldest inhabitants have birds beth so plenti ope9edtcavies o f quail leisurely strolling along the sl land some tithes they came toftow n to take in thesjgbtsJ FIFTisiX J iITIONS To Thej Bate Gfiurch As ia lesillt of Meet L 111 s Held by Rev Wilhams A iir 4 jti One 61 the mast mar able religious meetings eve held an Springfield closed at the Bap ist chjirch last Monday night The evival was begun Monday two W eatsa o and from the first much 1 manifl ted There werej fiftysix addil ions church The meeting j we e condUcted by Rev Will iams th pa tor vftio delivered some very strong s 2rmons C i tCHORD + May i Re aTn4BYStateIn Im1 port e ses I h ThoS ate urnatsays Hon C U Mc Ihord who was jde feated t y Cc Tarle on for re election to the office of Rail p Commissioner in this he econd castrict by the narrowest c f m rgins Was here yesterday in his ffie prepaing to wid up his business as Chairman of the Cortimis sion 1co versati4 with friends Mr McChor conceded he election of Tarl ton by i maicjIityslightly m ex cess of 400 to say in explanat on of the rejsult except that it was pate t t a Tar ton had the votes Quite a number oflfriends of Senator IeCnorc are urg1ngs apointment as- c special f tprney 4Jfpr the Railroad Commiss on in the important rate in junction ase3 which fiave been brought against it by all of tie railroads in the State hic are Se king to prevent a reductior of twentyfive per cent in t eirffeW t argued by Mr McCbordfs rids nd the shippers are te ested in Winning the fight for the Coriraissionr against the rail roads th th IS more familiar with the details othh caseth n any other man in the Stat i and Iti would be a most serious b ow xTth casfe ot the Commis sioh shot Id severance of his relations with the pele rated and long drawn but case occll1a t this stage Althpqgh l e steps out ofa 2000 po sition iis hardly probable hafi Mr McChordVwil suffer a dimunition ot his income far n addition to representing the State ii i above case Tie has been engaged iby Gov Glenn to appear fur the State of orth Carolina in the cele brated fijht which that executive is making to iorce the railroads of tIat State to obey the laws which have been enactfed then His ee in this case will undoubted ly e a fat one and it is intimated hire that Gov Comer of Alabama w o having railroad troubles of his own s looking toward Mr Mc Chord to solve many Pf them The wide experience which the retiring Commissioner has gained in the hand 6f the intricate raie eases in Ke- ntiIckyhaS ttracted much attention and his frridi say tathe is fast mak ing a reputj tion as one of the best posted atjtorn eys on railrpad affairs in the countiry Subscribe for Tne Sun 100 y ar i J t jSif HGHSCHbcLMst- tes Discussed In An Ejitirtainln Way01d St dents Winning Laurels In Other Schools The first quarterly examination for the ycar was held last weeK anther- esult shows creditable progress in all the grades Good reports come to us of the work of former pupils now completing their work in the universities Jno S Mc Elroy I won the preliminary debate at Centre over nine opponents some of whom had won honors before Diek Barber won the preliminary oratorical contest at Wisconsin against thirtyfive opponents All high school is confident both will win m the finals This makes an unique record for our school One of its pupils lastyear won the highest honors in the Louisville Law School another won the honorsin the Louis vile College of Pharmacy still aiipther won the scholarship at Centre fter having won the intercollegiate deClam- atory contest and in the two Tourna pupilshavecontest enteredsix in alland have won more medals for Scholarship and athletics than any rival school If our boys and girls contin e their fine work in lifes coritests and we know they willour school win one day have high rank among the educational institutions ofthe State The Literary Society held a spirited debate on Friday as to the relative generalship of Caesar and Napoleon In the absence of Jno Roberts the leader on the side for Caesar and one of the best debaters the society has ever en rolled Prof Kesner was chosen to take his place Charges of bribery were preferred against Prof Kesner he having promised peanuts and balogna to judge and debaters orovided Caesar Was declared the greater general Along Jo WarU night the judge Rodman Thurman de rded that Caarhali been shown to have been the greater gene ralRndthe contest was over At this meeting preliminary steps Work Muts Death Ou Louisvillt dIThe Courier Journal of to gives the following account of the tragic death of William F Booker whowas well known here beinga npphew ot County Clerk W F BookeVof Wash ingtoncounty 4William F Booker Sr secretary of the PeasleeGaulbert Compahy 413417 West Main street was accidently shot mid killed while Awaiting tor Pros pect car at Straters station afternoon about 330 oclockTheI charge entered his body in the left side He was placed on an inbound car and died fifteen minutes after the Accident Mr Booker started out early yesterday morning wth Fred Lewis of Lewis Chambers his first cousin and inti mate fri ndAot quail hunt along liar rods creek In theafternoon they shot a number of rabbits on the farm of Charles G Strater and about 3 oclock they went to the station to await the arrival of the Prospect car due at Straters sta tion at 330 oclock Both were fa tigued and sat down on the wall near the station to await the arrival of the car Mr Booker called his dog to him and started picking some burrs from him His shotgun which had the trigger f one of the barrels half cocked was leaning against his right leg when the dog which was of a playful disposition Bloomfield Creamery The Bloomfield correspondent to the Kentucky tandard says BloomfieldbreamerYAs meeting November 2 for the purpose of electing new directors for the coming year The old hoard of di rectorsrcensisting of Messrs B S Ty ler FB Offutt arid J W Huston were reelected The creamery has been t e Tbatest before the Christmas holidays The de baters chosen by th4 society to repre sent them on that occasion are OHie Barber Thomas Colvln Edd Willet Walter Clements Harry Shultz aid Parker Medley Knight Handy was chosen chairman and Rodman Thurm and Hattie Rice were chosen to recite The debaters and s ingers have ben promised a banquet after the debatle where teachers and pupils will meets equals to celebrate their relationship Miss LizzieL Watt s the schools structor in music is already busy pr paring the musical program Chris mas All the old musical stars of tie MartEanand the result of their combined efforts promises tobe the best singing our school has yet hadMiss Waters 43 anxious to continue her winning recor last year when her pupils won every 10f contest in the Tournament anil we believe she will The hunting season havingTbegun we can now expect marveIoustales o the prowess of the schools Ni rods L D Walker the hun e yelrhatQeRogers says he knows L IX is jus thinking up another one ofhis grea experiences ds a hunter I Prof Kesner has been generously in vited to make one 1710 hunting crowd i but PrQf Kesner says Jialloweens an hunting parties arenot in his line Hereafter the grade making th best record in scholarship will receiv honorable mention in these colum each month FATAL ACCIDENT Nephew of County W1F Booktr While Hunting Ntar the Saturday for started jumping aroundand in som unaccouiitabje manner hit the trigge of tbeun causing it to be discharged The7 load struck Mr Booker in the lef 1si arrivedat th station about tenthinutes after the accident Mr Bo er wag placed on ill and was being carried with all speed the city He passed away five minutes betlforJS grief over the accident Mr Booker was born in Springfield Ky in1848 He was the son uel E Booker and Maria L Booked and came to Louisville in 1865 His fa bUGhisdence 1222 Third avenue Mr Booker was a deacon in the Sec ond Presbyterian church His refine ment and culture as well as his pleas ant disposition made him generally bet loved Although unostentatious in his work many charities benefitted by his zeal Six children and his wife who was Miss Bella Qwsley a daughter of the late E Boyle Owsley survive Mr Booker v Besides his mother one brother Paul Booker a planter living in Arkansas and two sisters Mrs E H Bowenand ELCitYIEngineersurvive doing good business since its organiza tion nearly a year the nine months of this yearttFor mber 30 have and sold 69 117 rpounds an average of 28 23 cents per pJbnd paying to the patrons 1663170i in that time besides deducting t surplus fund of 18316 and runmjng expenses of 190781 The irectors have declared a dividend of 6 per cent payable tothe stockholderJanuary 1 1908 Subscribe lor TiZuu LOO year lj i11 t1kz tJ SERIES OF MEETINGS To Commence At Methodist Church Here Next 1Amenced at the Springfield Methodist church next Monday The pastor Rev Lyon will be assisted in the meeting by Dr JW Simpson of Taylorsville who is said to be an excellent speaker It is predicted that the meeting will beAn interesting and uplifting one are invited to attend AZl1 Rev Lyon is how engaged in successful meeting at Pleasant Run in this county DEATH OF 7 MRSBbSLEJ I One of The COllntys- t Loved arid Honored Women PasessI 7Way Si Mrs Margaret Bosley one of the countys most loved and honored ijv sonMrseventyseven years this morning at 4 oclock November 20 1907 Mrs Bosley had been in declining health for several months and while her death came as a shock to her loved ones it was no surprise The deceased leave four children Mr C F Bosley and Miss Lizzie Bos ley f Texas this county Mrs H C Nelson off California and Mrs Belle Lanham pf Texas to whom many friends extend condolence The deceased was a devout member of the Pleasant Run Methodist church Her Christian life was pretty and be fore ill health retarded her she was most active in working for the case of her Master She was charitable toward all and wad an affectionate and devoted mother In her death the children lose their best friend Mrs Bosley was the widow of Charles Fleece Bosley who died in this county about twentyfive years ago He was one of the countys most substantial citizens and is well remembered by the older people t Funeral services will be conducted to byRevGwill occur at Pleasant Run L EDWARD BLANFORD Passes Away at the Home of His BrothcrlnLaw Mr Edward Blanford a wellknown and respected citizen died at the home of his brotherinlaw Mr C R Fillia treau near St Rose last Saturday morning after a long and painful ill ness Mr Blanford was wellknown hit the county and has many ffriend who will regret to hear of his death The deceased was seventy years old anfI was a veteran of the Civil War being a member of the Tenth Kentucky In fantrvHe was a devout member of the Catholic church Funeral services were thebodyat that place ROBT RILEYS r Arm Broken In Two Places White at Work at Saw Mill Mr Robt Rileyfehile at work at a sawmill last week near Wiljisburg received two unusually severe frac tures of the right arm In some man ncr Mr Rileys arm was caught in a belt and before it could be extricated was broken above ana below the elbow The fractures while very painful and QtRiveMrIbley f Springfield friendshope that he will soon recover t IORliIBLe 71 ACCIDE 1L i Little Joseph Blandfpcd Crushed to Dekthf Beneath Wagon yt Wheels Sr t ItI ACCIDENT OCCURRED AllUR t 4t DAY AFTERNOON irJoseph BlanforfJ Jr the touryear old son of Mr anti Mrs Joseph Bl nctIf ford who reside about seven miles from Springfield on the St Rose and Lebanon pike in Marion county was crushed to deat late Saturday after noon beneath the wheels of a wag ritloadedl with corn The little fellow was in the Jot With his father arid climbed upon the wagon One of the hprses ave a qiiick sudden start and the cMld was thrown from the wagon fallintbeneath the wheels vhlchpa over s c kiliing him almost instantly The father ana mother are proSj trated with grief aver the tragic death of their little Jioy f i The child was unusually bright and his death comes ass great shock to ther people of that comjnunity The Sun extends sympathy to the be reaved parents fho are suffering an anguish more cuttipg than we can reali- Ze To have the dear little boy snatched fro this tragic man ner by the thetlin hand o death makes a the heart that even the p t1meeaipe move Those whi hav children to SSiiOf our hearthstones can v ina ne how awful is the Buffering and Mrs Bland f fordJ The sting that death leaves when a little child wings1it wayl to God is mysterious nay know that the precious one has Joined the Angel Baad of our gracious Gc we may Jmbw that 4 it will rest forever in a sublime eter nityawa froni the arrows and slings of earth anc that through incalculable years it will be happy and contented in the mansions on yet our grief is torturpus DEATH CLAiM- SA6WOtAN V I II Mrs Margaret L Noe Passed to jSer Reward Thursday Nightj v IOn last Thursday night November J 141907 at 920 oclock Mrs Margaret i A Ne one of the pldest anpfiriost highly respected Wpmenof the ouiity- died at the home of her daughterraT- homas J Comsto kif dropsy Mrs Noe had been in flecliningheatlflfe for over a year but was only coiifinidf io 5r14herififStThe t old having been bprn August 1biM- rs Noes life wafe spent in Wiifch i i ton cOunty where sie had many fnends who will remember her as a conscien tious Christian akindand affectionate wife and a loving mother JEter hna band whois well and favorably remem bered by Springfield people died in March 1885iMrs Noe was i member of 4ite SpKngfield BaptisfrchurelfTisind1wasa lovable Christian character She was kind to the suffering and charitable to ward all In her death the family church andtomniunty have s staintd a loss Mrs Non was the mother oi Mr Chas Noe andTCrs fIhos mllto4kof Springfield and of ProfCotton oeQf the State College Lexjngton To thee Igriefstricken one1the community ex tends condolences Funeral seryjcw were conducted at the Baptist chuch here iit Saturday after which 1r at PIeasa7Ve mterr k t f 11l J J i 2 i hSPRINGIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER Z f J901I jl j T JLT LTTTTLTI2Ty t th if t t lid sell the Goods are Merchants whoHi J l jI t ADVEIfTISlE t I Jdicit r Vise and Advertisers first stud the waits oCthe rk Patrons end ten Select the Best Medium Thtoughwhich to put waTeSQe ore the public k i r I I heiit pr nstield n r Is recbgnizedas the best p It ain medium through which the merchants ofWashington county acquaint thel The SUN gpes intbevery nook and corner of the county into the homes of the bestpeople is read bymen not only because of its suPfrlOJ news servicecovering the entire county and giving State and Nationatneis containing every other feaWreaf an uptodate country newspaper but because its advertising columnsv SiinjOverflthe purchasing of merchandise fall kinds t r veri ein Th GOVELECT iWIILLON S ys e WiIkB4g lay pKenJ h uc or Indianapolis Ind Nov 7A s1 tus Er Willson R publicah Goverhor elect of Kentucky with Mrs Will on I who are on their jvay to Washington stopped here today with r4atiyes In an interview this Willson stuifcu that At efenlJgtir lor for iner Governor of Charles FinleyV former Secretary oi State un der indictment fo complicity in the murder of Gov William Go bel return to the State he intends to see that their lives are protectedand that they get ran absolutely fair md impartial trial He declined discus the case of Caleb Powers but declare that h wants rfim also to have a fair and impartial trial Mr Willson denied the report that h had come tp Indian polis to see former GoV Taylor fXhat report is a mistake declared the Governorelect I could not come o see Mr raYlor w ho may I aye a cas foemel do rot want to ee him 1grantT yl or and Finley like that of Calel Poierst are on the curt doe ets of th State of Kentucky and mu it be tree L just like any other cases 1 ut if Mr Taylor and Mr nleY con le back to Kentucky they must have a speedy trial and a fair and impartial ne Continuing he said either o these men want anything Iselris understand it The eople 6f entuck are tired of hearing ofth se case I shall take my off as Governor December 10 and I cannot act except for the people When I take oath of office i will be a sworn officer nder th maw 1 do not intend to act any other way Messrs Taylor anjd Finley will come when I send for them and I jwill send for them at them proper time That wi be when I find that the court isreJdy to try them I shall protect th sm when they come and shan insist tat they 1rteafair trial I im conyin ced that they wereturned out pf dice byfradii vintaclion of the Legislature after r they were elected by clear majorities All Kentucky knows hat as well as I These men t now that will get a fair trial when they return During the four wears that I am Governor we are going to have law and order in Kent cky T William S Tiylpr when seen to night reiterated his statement that hej willing to go back jto Kentucky for when fi i can gen justice When elect Willsbns statements were read to him he said that in his opinion Mr Willson h is taken pie proper view of things Dont Pay Alimony to be divorce i from your appendixt There will ben occasiph for i you keep your bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle thai the appendix never has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by ikaytlOrt Poberlson Druggists 25 Try them T a llom Give a roof thap ik mine Dwn A plot of ground clean hearthstone Some one to love me day by day A little child to watch a play- A friends strong hand to grasp betimes Some books which hold truths brave and strong onge share prayerFdwin cooleTo get the ne Before the world comes t an end fun1WhFaim Journal i Ive always noticed great success fs mixed with trouble ore or less And its the man who doe the best Who gets more kicks th n all the rest RileyfFriedjives on Rural Route 1lort Edward N Y saysr ew Discovery isI my best earthly friiend It cured me of epr formed a wonderful curd of incipient consumption for njy son wife The first bottle endedf the tei riblo cough and this accdmplishied the other symp = toms left one by pn e until jihe was per fectiY well King s ew Discov erys power DrJ coughs land colds is simply mar elous No o her reinedt has ever equaled itl Fully guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 50c and SlCKT Trial bottle free t t t HAPPY HOLLOW daughtel1tMiSS sister Mrs Tom Coulter Mrs M C Keeling and three chil dren spent last week with Mrs Keel ings parents Mr and Mrs Tom Brown at Fairview Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong at ended Sunday scndolut Willisbiirg Sunday rJim + Brewer is oh the sick list this week Miss Jenjije Logsdon spent Saturday and Sunday huth her father atSimms town Born to the wife of Mr Dayis Noel on November 9 i tenpound boy lliJ rS Thomas and family spent Sunday with inns brother Mr Will Thomas and family at Pleasant Grove Miss Effie Coulter spent Monday night with Miss Myrtle Armstrong at this place rMessrs Harvie Sea and John Kays of Polin were at this place Sunday afternoon l Mr and Mrs S FL rook and chil dren Messrs Will Dean and John Settle dined with Mr T W Suther land of this place Sunday Mr J D Sutherland and wife spent from Friday until Monday with Mr SutherlandsbrothertMr ra Suther 1 land at Buffalo We were sorry tp hear of the death of Mr Bill Taylor Cheser last week Mrs J M Shields visited Pier sister burSuj Miss Pearl Armstrong spent Tuesday with Miss Jessie Noel at Sweet Re treat The Hillsboro girls will play ball against the Hillsboro boys at Sweet Retreat next Friday afternoon Mrs Cbcahougher is spending this week with the famil of lrF G NoelMr George ColvinOI Illinois is vis iting his r a oQkaville this week 4 Mr John Armstrong bought of Mr J M Shields some nand containing 26 acres known is ahewmakers tract f Mr1 Marsh ll KE lmg ought a heifer alffIom Mr Jams Shields lMr l Ben Colvin will leave soon for Mr Solomon Kairs sold a calf to Mr unknownYMessrs George and CJreath Dean are yisiting friends at iHarrodsburg this week I t Management of Servants J j Wliou engaging a servant be careful to explain her worn to ller also show her that the work musk be done In your way tind not hers or the way her former mistress had It done When she does well in her vfTk encourage her by n fen words of t raise Never reprove her In the pigs iife of others and above all while isserv mpg a meal says me New yorklJ nrl1al Retain your temper at all times Give your oiflers for encl day as early as if it so ms liocessary wr iOSSiblctnll very distinctly and cl of paper and fasten it kitchen or some other convenient place See that sh Is extremely neat in her dress hair ncjitly and simply arranged no jewelry worn a rfectly clean apron collar cuffs ami cap and a spotless gown It is well to give strict orders in nrrurl to tim hrurs whtMi the servants arc allowed to have visitors Tell the inaM W10inns the loot never to let the visitor ktand in the hall but to show tilnini immediately Irip 1 raving room Instruct her cnrofuliy what she must say in reply to messages left at the idoor or when persons who call are lipt tOIbend mitted iI Most persons prefer to have the maid say that Mrs Brown is not at home meaning that she is home to callers It is innely a of form and lis hot nOJn uiitriith However some scrupulous- in this matter and IH have the maid say Mrs Brown begs to be excused this afternoon Candlclighl Commenting on the difflcntfes en coimtered in the lighting of old build lugs due to time clrcu instance that there are certain fixed detentniI favorable ones at lights- must le placed the Electrical Record calls attention to a quaint y interesting passage in Dr Louis Bell s Art of Il lumination Dr Bell says that If electric lights hud been 1n use for cefitiirles and the candle had Just been invented it would be hailed as one of the greatest bless Ings of the century on the ground that It Is absolutely self contained always ready for use and perfectly mobile and this last named admirable quality Is one with which It solves one of the most difficult problems of illumination Of course he adds it would hardly be reasonable to recommend at this day and date the adoption of candles or lamps for any areas where gaslighting and electric wiring can be done and they would prove wholly Inadequate in large areas but even these crude typES of radiants still nossess some ad vantages over the more modern ones t l k su II Lakes u No 70TT144J acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres sometimberNo 74H125 acres on good pike 1 mile from school close to church 4 miles from Springfield good 6 room dwelling good stocfe barn 50x60 feet of water plenty of Jgcust post all farm in grass fine orchard a Bargain at 2250 per acre No 752771 acres in j mile of Springfield on pike 2 new Ip bacco barns Ispiall house a stable plenty of grass and water One of the finest farms in Washington connty cheap No 76114k acres 6 miles from Lebanon on good pike good 6 room dwelling 2 good barns all outbuildings all farm in 3U orchard grass well watered under good fence 55per acres 1acres 80138 acres 6 miles from Springfield J mile from pilce room 2 han dwelling in good repair good barn some good tmmbe 12 l Over halt the farm in 90 acres of fine tobacco land 4xoftN9 S1 160 Crcs 5 riiLT bnon5 triiJes from Spring tenrfence Price 50 per acre milesifrom7 2 good orchards one peach ando pple plenty 6f titberplent- of water 125 acres of grass 20 ac es of ottom land 56 acresoiV fine tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre No 83167k acres 7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from road 3 room dwelling in good repair barn holds 4 acres of tobacco 75 acres of good grass 25 acres qf good tobacco land plenty ot lo custs good fence plenty of water Price 2000 No 8776 acres 3miles from Springfield J milefrom pike room dwelling in good repair go d barn plenty of water gogd fence Price 30 per acre No 88114 acres 1 mile from ackville J mile trom pikeS room dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 cres of fine tobacco landcgood tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre t No 89202 acres 2 miles North oi Springfield 10 acre tobacco barn 7 room dwelling plenty of wat jr all the year around plenty tobaccofarmsNo 90260 acres 8 miles from Sp ngfield 9 room brick dwellt ing in good repair farm well fence i 2 good will e L acres of tobacco 80 acres of first bot om rest second bottom one thefarmpike 2 miles from depot Price 50 iper acre B D LAKE Rial Estate A Springfield Ky lntIJ3 + B THEBESUSINES SCHOOL a r The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the rtet l time positionsCLARKS tand most todate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates m posltIonshavmg many more calls than graduates schO Olisin Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students anyday v LyonorZ HC5BnLBLBgBaB BBSS 11 t rTTI 1 THE SPRINtiFJELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1907 iE rMother I i GiWf in Kentucky Advocate I i t r A SHRINE tTheyearsltaye passed in ceasele sround Since first laid her here o rest In7dreamless sleep beneath e silent v mOund JWith folded hands upon her gentle t Thf ivy twines about the crimbling stone And Springtimes scented b ossoms flingTheir oer the peaceful home That knows no more of tig hrdtI And sobered Autumn and Wild Winter l t Their garments here she heed s them rnotr The feathered wi Idlings of th j wood and field Their untaught melody aroi rid it make =t But she who steeps with eyess softly sealedITheir gladsome songs can never more awake V O restful sleep beneath the cru nbling mold 4 To dream no moreofhopes unre ilized Q Grave What treasures do th y con fines hold 1By us so dearly loved arid fondly prized I The one who from his infancy up to manhoods estate has Known an been the recipient of the loving sac ifices and tender care of that1Jest e rthly friend his mother and who dpus not t treasure and appreciate her as leav ens best gift must be worse than an infidel or a brute But alas how many t1reare who have been thus favored and blessed who seem sometimes to haye but little if any appreciat on of the one who watched with cea seless yjgil and loving ministrations ov 2r his helpless infancy and his boyhood days and who marked with kindling ey e and pulsations of pride his developmen t into young manhood only to be treate with almost utter indifference and nt gleet by the object of her affection and her love and whose heart has bled from the daggerthrust inflicted by the marblehearted fiend Ingratitude It is almost enough it seems to me to make converts to the doctrine of total depravity and to destroy ones onfi dence in human nature I f But ithere be those who have been demedthe precious privilege of locking into the face of one who gaie1e own lifp that they might live and who have often longed and sighed through the worlds rugged journey for the touch of a vanished hand and the soun of a yoice thafis still And such as hese who jiave never known the gui ance and the tender solicitude of amoihers love are mote to be pitied for th loss than for that of any other ej rthly treasure if byVnature they be receptive of human sympathy and capable f appreciating what life hasbeen without her A 2 TOO Young Man x A young man who was drawing 50 a month took a cburse at Clarks chool of Business A year later he wa get ting 225 a month 175 monthly increase 2100 yearly increase 21000 in 10 ye rsINotsobad jEhl This increase in salary came when his earning power was enhanced Your salary will increase at th time you are prepared to command inotbefore Can a young person air rd to ibe without the training =not by any means Can one afford to get it Most certainly YES when it can be h id in Day or Night session and requ re so short time 12 weeks 4Q for Shorthand 16 weeks 50 for Bookkeepinj 5 a month night school 12 for 3 months night school All graduates placed ingood pos ions j Many calls we can not fill Individual Instruction Home 2330 Cumberland 956 A outhj CLRK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS i 10354th Louisvill Ky A Narrow Escape G Wj Qloyd a merchant of Hunk MOihaia narrow escape four years ago when he ran a jimson bur ir to his thumb He says The doctor v anted 1 to amputate it but I would notcftiscint i bought a box of Bucklens rnica Salve and that cured the dan erous wound 1125cat Ha don Robe tson Druggists OOOOGCOCGCX5GCGOGGGOGGGOOOC OwjOGjDjOOO OO TheSUN lO- OOOOOOOCXX3CXXO6OOCX CX PCXC 000 t I t t woDAWN bejhamovedof the L N railroad 1 usmsss and Irked it and the people veiy well Of curse iwill ep4r all aths mar rages and othen nethat come under riiy knowledge 1 Dudley Barber and son Emerson were in Bards qwii lastv eek after a Iqad of shingles Beat n have operadup their slaughtering se for turk iys and are killing several tnouand day EMr Geo Uwearingeni as in Lou MackittuneIup a j n dry agency it this place Laundry leaves every T ng and re turns Friday ev U its your p4tr nage He eSImorn ike orders of nursery sto to bede i spring preen Brier r v open up a Decembe 18J They employ ala number of hands The health ofjthis communitys good wijth the exception cf bad co dsV BOlJon Noyem b6r 13 t o the wife of Ed Borders a fourteenpo ind boy Mr Owen Woford of CI aplin has bought the Marks property and removed thereto Mrs W 0 Ellis and daug ter Mjss Nancy e were in Bards town list Saturday Mrs Alic Dugen was in liardstown Iat Saturday on business here was a box party at umpnrey school house FLh1ayNov 1 for the benefit of the ISCOO1 Qui e a neat sum was realized 1ir and Mrs Ben Crurn gave the young folks a social last Saturday night Sensitive SkinsI iiI warm weather many of those who usually tyqar gloves discard them and thq skin of the hinds Is eXpOs d t the warm rays of t id summtffim says the New YorK me lean T le whiteness of the skin ami its delicate thinness allow the iii ical rays to penetrate Into thesKni a id it Is a it If the exposure is prol ng d to produce In flaiinmatlon The most usua occurrence 9 known ns snnhnrTiliicr and s in the occurrence of large Denies of fflie horny layer of tl1Ei sit ii eillg tlii wn off leaHng the skin Tejd and tender be1 neath ProvideVl notliing else Is pres entj capable of kepng up tli2 inflam maiion this ends tlic matter end grad ually the skin asunes Its vsual ap pedrance If h wercer tin bac term are present in the skin the proc ess thus begun may contiYue and sprjead around tie Iart primarily affected VT Not only so b U1fY occur even although the PII exifcsurj is very trifling iii degree short in Duration titTh light seems thde1cases to we keri the resist e ef fthe skill and the bacteria do tl1 st A patch ifld In this vay will iiott recover jspoiitafneoilsry In tlie early stageS sc mutinies i otection fro the elements Ip enough but this Is lot always finr cesful pvr in the earliest stages lot such attach s and it is wise usuitLt submit it to other treLtrnellt Itm speies of scaly cc- zema and yielrrsInQst readily in the application of tary jpreparati ons such as jthe following I ecipe Liquor carbonts p cis half a OTiim bydratgyii airimonialae eight groans parafinl mllis add one ounce Mix This ointment 40 lis useful in treat ingj any scaly scu on the ski i Ii the surface not tol era an ointmcu otanYki d and It wU yet yield tosudh a bticn as the following soaked in lint and renewed as often as it dries Iecpe Liquorls plumb siibace tat quarter of an ounce Iiq oris carr boris detergens quarter qf in ounce ztnb adde half an ounce lycerini Jialf an ounce aqiifio cosae add six ounces Mix nnlipply by aking In Hntiand fiSiiig to part Involv a 1Care of House Plats louse iHants can bb put out of door- sw1tiiciitlre safety now The best Pla etf tlemlI Ofl U V1II dii she terqd from the afternoon sun Leave them in their pots Pldu for free cir cillstioirof air ntibut them Do not allow any that are to be mnie use of In the house iiqxt whiter to bloom lur Ing the summer triiiow their strength liit4the produQtlonof branch s These should be nipped dt the end f 6m time to time to force the t roductioi of side branches thus securing a bus by com pact plant with plenty of lowering If not mostJJUlfllB I19IC11Y 144 sv plants adapted tohpuse culture will grov into awkwaM shapes but with a IIttfattention at tlei proper ime they ace ymmetrial The proper time is n01 v While the plant is in Process of deVe onnbenJt How to Jilge McloiiM- Tpe first point In Jutlgiug yl ur meJpll is we weight A iehVy fruit s a good- fruIt and if heavlr smys tlie lttsburg Dispatchi only the qujjstiou of rilenes- sreniInto bedeIthd A god ripeness test Is time rIp fruit is fragrant picy e rjA to the nos trW Muskmelons deep furrows an4 rough surfacesij are so ud and sweet Tlieolo time furrows Is greenytien1tapt to be mushy A very sni oth sur facj often mean that the nelon Is overripe It may Ije sweet bit it will be too soft and di rfor pence onl IIt J I J i i DooooOooo 8MY LONG CHERISHED TRIPO- OOOOOOo9ooXxoQOCOOGOOC Original J From the time I was a little girl I desiredxfo vl it Europe but since I was pppr and with no expectations there was no prospect of my wish ever being ratified When I was fifteen years old I Ijegan to saye money for the pur pose and by the time I was twenty tWo had a sufficient amount toenhble ine to purchase a second class passage outS and back and remain abroad six weeks My friends and relatives1- had no parents advised me to put my savings out at interest rather than speud them iu any such fasliian but 1 replied that I had sayed them for a purpose would not have saved them without the purpose and did not be- l1evein such a weathercock course ar they advised Besides I maintained that fate did more for persons who were tloatugOl the surface than for those underneath and out of sight whereupon they assumed that I hoped to meet some rich man who would RIllnndII was riot to be deterred by sifeery sailed with the early summer hf gira We had a rough passage and the person with whom I was obliged to room a woman of fifty was not only setisick but really ilIrrhere was no one but me to look after her and I must either do so or see lier suffer without attention I gathered from what she told me that she yas going abroad for her health and had no defi niteprans for travel When we reach ed liort she begged me to let her go where 1 went 1 told her frankly that I had counted on my trip from childhood had been seven years in saving thel few hundred dollars required to make it and to sptjud my time taking care pf a sick woman who evidently had iio money to purchase attendance and comforts would be a terrible sac- rIfice but when we came to leave tle steamer the poor woman wag so deso late that I hadnt the heart to leave her alone I took her with me to Lou don and to the same apartment house The result of this move pas that in stead of seeing the sights of the Brit- Ish capital the time 1 had laid out for the purpose was given to Miss Tift that was her narneaiid the only way I could get out was to Hire a cab and take her with me 1or inferred tl at she could not afford me expctfee for she never offered to pay the fare Finally desiring to go to Paris I proposed tat she should go i to a hospital This she refused to do but said she had a relar tivein Paris ttid if I would takeher there she would not ask thing more for her As I wusgoingtoI Paris it was Impossible for md to re fuse to allow her to go on train SoI consented and tl1esameI virtue of necessity nursed way The lay aft we arrived she gave me her relatives address land I called at the house The relative had gone away from there and had left no address I went thick to our apartments and found Miss Tift in great agony I called for a doctor who pronounced her a very sick woman who would likely need a physician for a long pe nod and before he would do anything for her compelled me to pay his bill 9r a large portion of it in advance Miss matIte17for my continental trip and gave it toI a French doctor r never had seen be fate In payment1for services he had not yet rendered to a person who wits nothing whatever to me The only convenient thing Miss Tilt did was to die in time to enable met J go home in accordance with my original lan Before her death she was in slich condition that the doctor was enabled to fell her that she would die and jshe hati better settlelier af fairs if she had any affairs to settle She sent for a notary and when he withdrew he haifaed me a sealed en velope SiYlngt4at It was her lmst will and I it to America I asked him t she had mentioned any payment olit of what she hind willed to leturn tmoney I had spoilt on her ana le said that she had written the wlil ilerself and he had not seen anything but the signature It had been exjocuted while I was out getting a change f air find the witnesses hud been Citiled on from adjoining apart ments I had asked Miss Tift what she wished don + wjth her bply and she said her 14 carcass wasnt worth taking to Ainerlci find I could put it any where I liked J I would find money for thy purppsej in her trunk I found 100 which enabled me to attend to the burial On the very cheapest plan When I reached hpmQ was asham ed to tell how I had been deprived of what I had so long saved and hoped for My fiends rallied me on liothav tug met a rich luanio marry me some of them saying facetiously that they expected would at least catch la luke I avoided them as I much as possible mj refusd to talk of ray trips When I was obliged to meet them Qn the hack of the envelope contain ing Miss Tlfts will was the address of a certain attorney I mailed it to him then forgot all about it supposing it gave away worthless trinkets or heir looms The attorney wrote me that Miss Tift had left an estate valued at about 350000 and had willed it all tome I was an hour convincing myself that I was not dream fng I subsequently made another trip nhroad remaining as long as 1 wished I brought back with me Miss TIfts l pdy for interment lq AmencaJ alsoj brought back another bodya live one a British buron CONSTANCE WILD r 7 f t i Dr WF Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY- Dentaiwork or at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Dffice over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fjrejand Acciqent Old Massachusetts Mutual ah rays reliable theworld HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE koURS j 7 9 a m 11 4 to 8 p m Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rOFFICE OVER C J HAYDONS DRUG STORE Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 P M Dr WiW Rayt PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Hay donl Robertsons Drug Store Office phone 115 Residence phone 172 J H LMIPTONM DISPRINGFIELD KY t Office in JDpera House Office phne No 5 Residence No38I MISS ELlA ADAMS NVISITELEPHONES Dayr49 j Night 109 T SCOTT hi YES ATTYrATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonandand Federal Courts ii x t CG McCHPRD t ATTYATLAW j Springfield Ky t Will practfce in all State nnd Federal Courts lW D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW ld WiLhlngtovandpeals rE SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky gtonand t MARSHALL DUNCAN 4 LAWYER r Springfield pKy Office in Robertson Building Washington 4 Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER 4CryingaWill go anywhere Terms reason able Phone 84 JOHN Y AIAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELDENTUCKY Best Attention Every court ey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and BuriaFRobeI Telephone Day 19 Night 74 CLUBBING RATS WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The JouisvilleITimes Onvear5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40ISame including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days inIthe week 3 7 The Sti1ione and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour A ior k uiinUone year 2 80IThe dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one yearj iO t4 J SsStStSSIS1SSlSiS4tSiSs el SsSIsSIIII B D1LAKES BARGAINS IN REALI ESTATE No 22J2X acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good J PriceIpaIItobacco barn plenty jtobaccb land good water close to school church Price 40 per acre ofgrasstimberPPricepertimberIk goodtImber PriceINo 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water rice30 No 18174 acres 10 wiles from Springfield one goodsiX room schoolIland 6 rods stone fence Price 32 r No 19 275J acres 76 acres timber two story nine dwelling two tobacco barnswill hold20 acres tobacco two stocksIbarns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of icehouselIintgtwotimber plenty of grass fine Orchard 30 an acre t inSpringfieldNo 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 milefromof water Price 35 per acre dwellinggood50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field HI year fine set of grasp 3p acres of corn in this year fromBardstwn smallbarnrest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted county wellfencedItT for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Willp PlentyofNo 86House arid lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot hOUSeWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike DarnWellNo 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 milesfrorriIyear good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk 7 house at spring Good Qrchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules landThreequartersacre easy payment No 45164 acres one andonehall miles from good small dwellingismall tenant house good barn 36 x 36 weIlIwatered ple ty posts Price 3000 per acre No 4697 acres 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco laW good fence price 3750 per acre No4776acres8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 gfieldplenty tobacco land stock barn plenty water Plenty locusttposts Close to churchand school Price 3250 per acre No 51i52 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobageogrowing part of Nelson county Good five room twentyfiye acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School i miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre INo 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobacco bestfarmpikeIplenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre N59133cres 8 miles front Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 60 330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of bluegrassINo 62150 acres Broom dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to schoolIand 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 Jury1nlenty of water One of the finest t farms in Nelson COUn1Price 50 per acre No 65170 acres 5 miles from pringfildongood pike under good fence 5 room dwelling1 new 8 acre tobacco barn with metal roof god granary 10 acres of bqttom land Plenty of locusts 75 acre land lty of grass Price 4250 per No66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield niile from pike 4t tii1bel S20 per acre j No 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 stqckbarn75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre No 68180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair well Itencd fine river bottom land plenty of timber fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobaccoland Price 50 per acre u B D Lake Springfield e1l SI SS Sis sso 1L l r J r r r 1 WfC I t f 1I ItITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1907 u t IT SPRINGFwI D Sift ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1 fl SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor a id Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Spnrigfield for transmission through the maiLs as secondclass in tter j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION bI r 1 One Year 100I- MX lonthso 51 Three Months 25 HTInjwriting to have your iddress chang d c I p8Mriifah it sent t r One of the most disgusting things we know ofs the cheap dude i or little foolwho sit aroundsome good me chants fire and speaks disparag nglv of the laboring nan HlJarmefan er tonotice m re than a second at a sitting ar d too insigp nificarit to kick In o ir mind the t farmer and the labor ng man are great Jellows The farmer sup plies us with those t lings whicli hold sbtllandbody together h6 fattens thsheep that grows the wool that makes the clotthes that keep us warm J nd1 hes ten times Digger than a bipolitfianJ The laboring man ouif housest digs our coa run ours Railroads makes ele trie bghts- pumps t water fights Are rebe the perishing and doe a thousand and one other very co fnmendable things and his little finger has Imore intelligent instin t in its tip end than there are br ins in theto craniums of an army of dudes t Mr Bryan says he wall not seek nor will he refuse the Democratic nomination fot Pre ident next year Billy is a good inan to vote nirather enjoy stampiunder a rooster below which are Bryan 1eiectofs even if we have every reason to beli7that we are go ing toget beat outn USi r i GbLelect Willson will bein aiigurated Tuesday December 10 M == =CalebPower is ag lin on trial and the Louisville Herald in its usual f insane manne is scream ing packed jury JITbe cry of packed jury is being heralde- dI order to product grounds for aj pardon in cas e of convic tion r l The streetcarstri in Louis yule is doubtless caus ng the nev ly+ el ted Rep b1ica i Mayor to sit upland take notice w1 Henry Youtsey vilask Be k t ham for a1 pardon He oughtj to- Jorthw1hilejsneakingtthrough the dark byways of anissassin s abode- Waltons Kentucky State Jour nal is fa simonpure Democratic dailyf Waltons he irt is fullof lovefor the party aid he never l tires of figHting for emocratic principles Day in and day out the editor of the State Journal takes his pen in han and proceeds to give the devil his dues We readwhat you hive to say brother Walton and ve enjoy it and wre ish for more Walton ettes are bettern so ghunf mo lasses f and honem ide sandy combInedI=We have received the new Campbellsyijle Enquirer it is- I ney syj uptodate jnd pretty and we predict that It will meet with fl hdarty recep ion at the hands of The people of Taylor Bounty Ovyen Mclntire is one of the best newspaper men in Kentucky and when he gets his r fine plant into his n iw building the people of good die Tayjor will be retreated to aboi t cont wiper in Kent cfytt 1 i 1 tS- BEN ilOHHSflH LEADEIt The defeat c f theenocratic party aV the polls n Nov 5 will strength en rather thin weaken it The par tywIUgo into the next battle with new leaders with rei ewed determination and wjiil come out of the fight With Vletorprrchediih upon its banner years publican dortii nation in any Jstate south of the Ohio river usually injects into tj3eheartsof a great majoi ity of vot rs enough gall to make the scul bitter ind when the opportunity ajjain offers itself they come forth in determined battalions to sweeten matters by ptilg the Democratic tiqke The part heeds a hew leaderonep- ossessing brains cou age and the gift of leadership a man vho will deal eatly and sq uarely wi every lmemer- 9f his party be that memberllpersonal friend or personal e emy the partY needs a leader4who an arouse erithu siasma man whom n len are jot afraid to follow oie who w have he confi rmechanicilCongressman of the Fourth district is the manr He has the gift of leadership he has Ihe brains the courage and th j determination Hedeals honestly wi h 11jmen He Iias1t strong personal ty and men are not afraid to follow where he leads v There is Apt anot or man in Ken 1u kY with o many qualifica tions eQUiPpjd leader as Mr Johnson He etisut him that draws men t ijiim and makes friends and followers ofi them Bte is a strong speaker one that liiiprasses anT audience with cal n delibc rare anti truthful statements ifis sjieeches are the speeches of a stiident ffhey are stud ied and eyer utterai sweighed before itjs give i to the tliC Thus the party would liayie no i p 16gies to make for mistakes n its le ic rs public ut terances for ir flamri ory speeches And then tie hara t rof the man is pretty f behai greai big good heart in his breast He duses deception and doubledealing h ozes truth and fairplay Inhi horn ton he isnon oredand respected y eVery man womai and cildSA month ago a dru pier said to us t4iCn my rouni over I antucky 1 hear a s grat deal of pmplin tary talk from prominent Denocrats bout your Con gressman Ben Jopnlo They agree that the niantl e rship must fall thatEeIj1uc y s pemocracy will be mbr determinedly fought and victories o ellsl1y won akIto us as this dfW her it drurmeupon all sides i fFor many errs R r Johnsons as ItaIleader has been recognize by nien bers of all political parties m 3 tt e effort has been made time anc imea ain by Demo J rats through u n cky to placc 4rtheparty in his hands butjn the pas h hascontented himself wlth a place i t e ranks fighting alongside the priv iti sdldier for the principles of hi part The ranks otha ci cratic party llfyavebeenbur friends the enemy The 6l lead rs lave lost much dftheii prestige imu h f theIr mflu ejnce with the ccnrinoii sc diet has gone afgjimmering a id wl ile hey may not Be behind trees they may not even be looking for treds to et behindyet iI the language of Pri ati John Allens restpjngakm IIIThe boys arerf1dytoc bse in ranks they are to chaj ge myonets and pblequike to the fro bi But we must have a leader f Mr Ben ohrisoIi we art looking to yu You can not Jrese f we do not bllieve you will refuse us we do not blieve you WIll IW it t refuse us Come forward buck e onh the swordp give the command and you will have Hiyou o owe ul army of political soldiers that ver ned up for bit tIe eVnd four years from tlw if you will allow us tqW will make you Governor of old Kentucky Co the tune ofHOOOO majojtirj lac yo will then Govjernor the greatest I ate i the unio- netrhad JiJ Th Louisville Herald in its usuaL vnimous andmalicious way Continues to malignCC McChdrd both through its edI- torial and news columns In an editorial headed Mr Tarltons Victory printed inri recent IS- sue of thafsheet some very unnecessary epithets are hugled at Mr tycChord In this editorial one of Kentuckys best officials isbhrand the Herald proves itsj hatred for Democratic officialsofficials vhose duties indisputablyhae- beeiwell done The editor of the Herald is a man of undoubted intelligence he is a writer of un questioned ability and the public UInot excuse upon the grounds of ignorance Had these slurs cast at Mr McChordome from the pen of an individual whose mind is childlike whose mental activity is as a creeping snailno one would pay attention unless to occasionally tantalize with ridicule But the editor of the Louisville Herald proves by the product of a vicious pen that he is not a fool He proves that he has both brains and venom just as a serpent proves by a display of cunmngness that it has a phenomenal instinct When the editor of the Herald says Mr M Chord has made the Railroad Commissionefship a stalking horse to further his ambitions for the Guberna torial chair he utters a falsehood pure and simple Since Mr McChord has been a member of the Railroad Commission ihe has devoted his time and energies tf the performance of those duties which in their cons ma i tion proved beneficial to the people of Kentucky He will retire from office mid the pluadits qfall fairminded Kentuckians who delight to give cred it when credit is due For no other reason than that he is a Democrat is Mr McChord slandered and slurred by the malicious editor of Jthe contemptible orgaji of the Republican party in Kentucky We suggest to our Republican friends that they rediktrict Ken tucky like Ohio New York Indi ala and all other Republican States are r districtd1 If this is done there will be no kicka coming from Democrats We will be deelighted The protective tariff system is responsible for the birthnd growth of the trusts ot this coun try it is the father of the tobac co trust the farm machinery trust the clothing trust the food trust the paper trust anlaU other trusts it is the reptile that has fastened poisonous fangs into the prosperity of the farmer it has stunted the commercial activity of a nation and has filled ihe coffers of plutocrats with stolen gold it has reduced the happy hornesiof the toiling masses to poverty Next year the Ameri can people will have an opDor tunity tq place a heavy heel upon the head of the serpent and grind it to deathapd ii the signs ot the times anything that is what will be done SJf Gov IctAugustl1S E Will son believes in the innocence of pretendsnocence his first official act yill be the Is uingofa pardon to Howard whp is nov servingiU life sen riceinr the Frankfort penitentiary fort the muiderofG- QV Goebel Notice to Ladies You are hereby nbtifid4that a gentleman in Massachusetts has been granted a diyorde upon the grounds that his kvife broke into androbbed his trousers pockets at night while he slept the sleep of ah honest Inan J Andy Carnie in a recent speech declared that the people tpknowhowthat they do want to know how to get more ofejnl Whereupon we remark that sse can send him ioo carloads per day freight prepaid packed in ice fresh from the incubators of jtbe Southland J iSi i I y t z1 ZtItuZfi Z ZVIZI + + + + GroceryIt t 41 i I have Purchased the Stock fGrocerlf oMr S M Campbell ad Wit t4continue the business in the storeroom now occupied by Mr Lam beI r 11 I esides the Grocery business my father Mr FT Coxwill 1 Ittj fit C AND TIlE BEST OF ALL KINDS OF MEAT WILL BE SUPPLIED TO TiJE TRA Et+ +A Complete and Fresh line of FAMILY GROCERIES will be found at all times in my stock ai1dIinv te the people of Springfield and Washington Count to call and see me J T r W i Ernest Coxr I ftHtIfftHt1 iH4ktH i4I4 tP tmitus to say that we dont believe President Roosevelt and his policies have brought about the streetcarstrike in Louisville While the President no doubt rnade the flowers bloom the crops grow the hogs fatten flwhile- he made the seasons change U and may have caused the San Francisco earthquake we cannot believe he is responsible for the streetcarstrike S1tqacontests legislative contests invarious sections of the State Now my dear brethren ot the g o p did it eyer occur to you that there is also contest am munition in Democratic guns The burley growers of Scott county have signed an agreement to raise no tobacco next year If Mr Roosevelt and the Rej publican National Administrat- iOn are responsible as is claim ed for the good times we have experienced diring the past six years then Jvlr Roosevelt arid the Republican National Admin istration are Responsible for the very bad Ime SIwe are now ex erieneing L r Th e Courie Journal de GovBeckI3ut the CJs outburst like a Wail in the wilderness 15 answer ed by an echo ant somebody furnish a balm ing fluid with which to rub the spot that Beckham soanked on He ry Watterson when that gentleman butted into thc gubernatoria arena a few years ago ljOne of the most valuable and pre3ious assets of life is Friend ship it isa beacon light upon a hill guiding the weafv traveler to a haven of rest where he finds surcease for his sorrowand pro tection from the storm It is a Godspeed that gives him anew lease upon life and inspiration that renews his det rmination to fight harjder in lifes weary strugi gle Look at the jab onthis Sun and if it indicates that you are in arrears drop in to see us when you cc me to town next Monday znd if conVenient leave th cash to get your paper marked up a year iftfJ tWit1 fiJJJ 11 tt Sunday Schools t The ofecers of the Washington Coun ty Sunday School Association desire very much to perfect the organization 6f the county To dp this it is necessary to have a full statistical report from every Sun day school in the county TheSecre tary Miss Ella Shaunty has sent cards for this report to each superintendent and hopes to receive an early report It is further necessary to hold district conventions andf elect district of ficers in each Magisterial district or in fOuntyThe district conventions will be held as follows Mac vile Sunday Noy 24 at 280 PSm at the Christian church jPjof Clarence Adams will conduct this meet ingaWillisburg Sunday Dec 8 ati 230 p m conducted by Rev Mr LaWson M ud Sunday Dec 1 unless other wise provided for at 230p m4con duf ted by Miss Ella D Shaunty Springfield at an early date perhaps Sunday Dec 1 conducted by Rev Mr WilliamsPlease let the Sunday school teachers in these centers arrange to attend Helpful instftiction will be given in this great matter of saving the chil dren There will be no urgentappeal for money at these district conventions An opportunity will be given to sub scribe for the Sunday S hool Reporter which is issued every month and costs twentyfive cents a year Friends help in this work and let us make our county a banner Sunday school county R E C LAWSON County President BUILIDING A CHINA CLOSET How to Make One That Saves 50 Per Cent of Breakage An idealehina closet is Wilt between the dh Jug room and kitchen so that it can bet entered unobserved when guests are at the table says the Boston Trav den The shelves are not more than fourteen Inches wide and about nineteen inches apart If wider than this the tendency is to pile too many dishes upon them and they are apt to give way Corrugated rubber such as is used beside kitchen sinks is an excellent coverjng for the shelves mid decreases the btcakage of china by 50 per cent A serviceable device for use when pIatestare stood on ends is to use a rope of a cleat to hold them and to faster it at the corners and ill the center by double headed icks driven down lightly into the shelves This being slightly yielding the plates arc less apt to fall over from a sudden jar or slight blow Heavy pieces such as platters and vegetable dishes should be placed on the lowest of the broad shelves the greatest weight being brought iis far as possible over the cleats Hooks on which cups are hung should not be screwed on the edge of the second shelf but well underneath it They should be tested from time to time Zest by the settling of the house and of the shelves they become loose TIre second shelf should be about three inches narrower than the one be neath it to admit of large dishes being lifted out safely The upper shelves unless used for large djehes may bo flush with the second The top shelf shouldhave a broad cleut across and around It This is for the purpose of keeping the various odds and ends such as are usually stored therpon froni falling over upon the dishes i cJ P + Kentucky + L FIfl1t tJtJ f tt + it i MOORESVILLE c Po Goatley and wife of Valleys Hill were guests of W IL tancey andi family Saturday night and attended church at New Hope Sunday Protracted meeting begun at New Hope Baptist church Monday night Mr Benight will be assisted by Mr JMcFarland a State evangelist r Miss Lydia L Huston has returned from an extended trip to WashingtonLMrs J M Wall who has been quite ill of typhoid fever is improving Mr Ham Grigsby and wife are re- Joicing over th arrival of an eleven pound boy Mjss Myrtle D roake spent several days in Louisville the first of the week Miss Margaret Smith is ill of typhoid fever James Wall bought of Edward MaL field a farm containing seventy one acres Mr Mayfield will move to his farm near Fredericktown W 0 Ellis and family have moved to Woodlawn Mr Ellis has accepted a position with the Lt N R It Corn agfentThe the fallowing at dmnfer Sunday Mr Ernest Goatley Miss Jean Goatley Will Gray and C P Goatley arid wife i Farmers Keep Your Feet DRY This Winter by WearingS Fbotwear Grundy Mcintire Springfield Ky rr I 1 t t t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1907 I i A I 5 m Never Before 1 rInthe histoly pf our businesJh31there bedh suchMAMMOFH STOCK OF MER I ii CHANDISE shown in Sprinf4as we ate now showing for For FALL and WINTER 1JOur fyouse is filled from basement up with tie CHOICEST THINGS the Eastern markets Ifactr arici syilie styles Ladies Misses aJDALS SCOI II V Our stock of Dress Goods andTrimh is 1tlOnallytI MISCELLANEOUS Ithe In Lodes Belts Handbags jBfack andside Combs Hosler F1eibonejCarsetsBontQn Everydepartment 1of TRespectfully youI l IThe RpbertsoflClaybrooke COD 1 lU JJ WU ur N CDr1J1RESIDENT DE TIST Teeth Extracted With s out Pain CROWN WQK A S ECIAIITY tlclassOffice In HagoUBlock up stairs Local News Notes FoItSALE Buggy su table ttf haul milk to creameryor othe heavy articles to mariet Suitable fo mail wagon Good condition Will excl ange for Corn tLALLEN S alshipt oYSters at MCELROY SHADERS NoTicE TO HUNTERS Huhters are warned that my farm is posted and no one will J3B to hunt on my premises JF HEAD t I The Ladies of the Ca holic Church Will serye County Court fay dinner on the fo rt1IMondyifl FMbruary 1908 J Fo toro vo good hvagons jM H JONES Co FARM P ST tajrm near Fred ericktciwn has been posted and hunters are hereby warned that no hunting will be allowed SAJM PHILLIPS IWe still want your pr3duce so come and see us At JbOR SALE =One Deenrg CrnHar vaster j good fas new Will sell cheap J 4 WALLS Springfield Ky R 15 No2 1 Dont forget eare in the corner with A bill line Ot stoves nd furniture Getour prices before you buy f At Campbeirs t Youn Men and Ladies vith ambition should learn Telegraphy Under the new 8iour law which goes into effect next March over 180 0 additional Telegraphers are require 1 by the Railroads in the United Stat s Positions pay from 60 to 80 per month to be ginners You can qualj y in 3 or 4 totcinnati Ohio cA f 1J C1i Our stock of Ladies Cloaks Urid Suits ii v seasoi and ilcompar favoraqly with thos of Lo I another ijies Quu are correct anc the Hrice s jare Lowert than yoi can get i city for satne High Glass Garments u knd Suits i 10ito403- eperat Skirts 1 5to 18 C Ladies Ipak5 35 to4O- yi Children S and M sses Cloaks 150 to15 Silks toanJ Weare showing newest fads pleasure showing permitted DJMY pampbells Irt Mr Richard BjHe sold to Mr Kirk- heatham a very fine ark bay horse last week for 300j J Mrs Laura Vest springfield has 15 acres of corn ground 0 IIApply to W F Grigsby IA Burns soljit LVT Brown his houseand lot situate on main street last Saturday L f LAND POSTED N hunting with og1 or gun on my farm on Fredericktown and Bear Wallow tujwpiBfe 1Jiff J PHILLIPS Candy lOc a pound at j tcMcELROY SHADERSJ- We haye only abou five carloads otc coal left and those wishing to avail tthemselves of our lov prices should order now 1N1 IL JONES It + WANTED 25 or JJO lead of ypung cattle to graze on a stalk field Plenty water and grass rjAJ BENEDICT Onefourth pound qhOcoiate candy 5c McE RY1 SHADER Insure m the Farnieis Home Insur ance Company the o ify ompany that pays its losses in fu3 rL N Wells General Mnj Junction City Ky NOTIcEDr Rol t rds having De cided to leave Spriri fie dthe firm of RoBards Hyatt dis solved the ist day of November All th knowing them selves indelted to sail firm will please come forward and settle Dec 1 All unsettled accounts n1be placed in hands of collector the after Dis ROE HYATT I will offerfor sa nly farmQf 254 acres situated at Hi sbyrp for tIhjrty days This is one o th best tobacco farms in the count y plenty of grass and water good ten a ere tobacco barni On easy terms For fi rther particulars call on C W Stalling s orr B D LAKE- SInstruction will ie in Jn the variou branches orthe btl ii essf course at the Bardstown r Baptist nstltute onDec 2raf The services of MJiss Eva Tatir man formerly the he dfthe Depart ment of Stenograph ip Massv Busi ness College Jacks nville Florida who contem bavebeenSccl1redanall course opportunity should For further information address VPRIN W AUGIjT r I B rdst wn KYr AV HHVV iLA J Burns sold a tract of land con 110 acres to John D Burns last week The farm is situated three miles from Springfield known as the Grib bins farm and is a very desirable one Mr James Wall bought of Mr E R Mayfielda farm containing seventy one acrjas last Monday The farm is located in the Mooresville ction Quarterly communion at the Presby 1Prepara1turyNov 28 with services Friday night and Saturday morning These services purely evangelistic All inyited The congregation urged to attend t The ladies of the Pl dsant Grove church will give an oyterVSJpper at ttheJhome of Judge B L titsey Friday evening Nov 29th All are invited to b present i Typhoid at Mooresville ftWei are to that Mrs Barnes WalfiOf M09resvillbis ill of ty phoid fever At this time her condition SVflOtVeonsiderFdapgerous and her friendsVare hopefulthat she will soon recover Miss Maggie Smith a mister of Mij Vallis also ill of the same disease I Mr Ernest Cox has bought the groc- ryc business of Mr S M Campbell andwiUcontinue the business at Mr Campbells old stand He will also open a meat market See his adver tisement in this issue s NOTICE TO 114NTIRSV The following gentlqmbn announce that tfieir lands are p6sted and they forbid htjrijmg on their premises Par ties caugjht hunting pm the lands o any of the iiriderthgnedvi1l be prosecii ted to the fullest extent of the law T J Skins J H Mayes GrT iMayes G H Christerson J M Russell G W Russell BobBrady Henry oel S M Mayes Clel Whitehpuse P B Harmon ChasP peIR H JRobinson Jake Kimberlin G N Campbell Emmet jSeltle W R CQcanougherl r W G Grindy T A Grundy JohnB Mullican FMSnewmaker Campbell Bottom Parties desirfcgtheir names placed to VthilitVrnaFkhave it don by payin 20c an mcash in advance 1Ed t r viV4 4 r LONG RUN On the 28th ofQctober Bro P Wai ker pastor assisted bv Rev B F Flan ry of Kingswood Ky begin a two weeks meeting with the Antioch churCh Mercer county Barring three sermons Bro Flanery did the preach ing This was a mosb gracious meet ing resulting in fortytwo profession VtWQH restorationsnd fitionchurch Has had for years and resulted in untold goodto the church and com munity Bro Flanery jis so kind and charitable that he at once becomes a very congeniahfridand as this is the third meeting he has held in our com munity the evangelist has made many friends To cap the climax the church and people made Bro and Sister Wa kers hearts glad by a liberal donation which was greatly appreciated Feel ing called to preach Willie Best a member of this church has bought a house and smaIlfarm at Kingswood Breckenridge county where he expects to move in the near future and prepare for the ministry by attending schoolP We so often underestimate the power and influence of a protracted meeting where Christ is heldup the sinners Savior and friend the burdenbearers Bthedso many burdens removed and broken hear hftaled and religious enthusiasm aId 4eal put in motion which is over looked and therefore not reckoned for in this material age we are apt to see only visible r sultsSo we want to say to our ministerial brethren go and as you go preach and tell the people of the worlds only Savior from sin and gholdingWe recently spent a very pleasant with b1son the Washington side He has very good health and isone of our oldest and best citizens and has that old fashion famouswhere Mi Marion Carpenter now lives July 20 1834 his father John Nichols tatKentucky and responded to the call of his country and was one of the 2000 militia who rowed down the Ohio in flat boats to New Orleans but only about 1300 of these men were actually engaged On the 8th of January 1815 under Captain Smith he fought in the memorable battle of New Orleans Af ter the engagement h with the test of those hardy Kentuckians walked home Those brave pioneers in that battle were commanded by Brigadier General John Adair of Kentucky and it is not generally known that Sir E6V ward Packenham the British commander was a brotherinlaw to Wellington In 1842 he bought the farm our friend noy owns at 250 per acre the country from the Boyle line to Long Run at that time was almost an unbroken wilderness The good honse wife has a fivegallon gourd that was raisedm 68 which she uses as a sugar gourd though mother tells of one that belonged to an old aunt thaf held six fallonsVMrs Mattie A Helton nee Rigdon of Spurhngton Ky7 and her Sister Mrs Maggie J Keheda of Russell ville Ind recently visited their rela tives and friends in this community They used to be our neighbors and of courser we were al glad to see them They also visited their old home AhI me how the handof time and man had changed things the house had been torn away and almost everything gone but some of the old apple trees and the welt Tney remembered so many iiici dents that happened in their girlhood day Everything had changed but the ladies and of course they never do They left wishing they had more time to spend around this sacred place Mrs Zilpah Staton visited her auntI Mrs Sarah Coyle Saturday Mrs Gracie Cocanou her and daugh ter littlft Miss Kate were guest of Mrs Itattie Coy le Saturday Mr Richard Best and wife ot Stnv arts visited the latters parents Mr an4 Mrs J M Coyle Saturday night and Sunday Mis John Cocandujrher arid fariilv speiK Sunday with Mi and Mrs J H Goode MileM D L Cocanougher and his Mr Woodson ReVru Ids rand family Sunday Mil Newton Bradley will condulct the pray r meetIng atBeech Grove Ti es bejLojvfe and read a verse froifi his subject Bird Hunting In Garrard belltre Joe Pettus and Theo Ganp at Mr Pettus old horn in Garntrd county on u birdhunting ux peditipn having left Springfield lust week They were joined by Rev W H Williamsi Monday These gentle men are hot shots and there is no telling what will happen HI Garrard county Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Subscribe for The Sun LOp year J ti jLV 7 i qp QdQ 0 00 O 00 QQI Noteso ajOv ISI ors n an ut 0 own A a Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News a 9080000000000 1- Mss Viola Brown has returned home from a visit to iriendsTln Bloom eld n Mrs C W Stallings wasHn Louis ville Tuesday Miss Ethel McClasky of Bloomfield is visiting relatives herd IDrJ C Mudd was in Louisville ihe first of the week on business M1ssMary Haydon returned home Sunday night after a several days visit to relatives in Bardstown M rs Katie Williams was in Louisville a few days this week Mrs T S Mayes spent several days in Louisville this week i Miss Anna J Simms spent several days in Bardstown last week Mrs J F Pettus is visiting Mr ettus mother in Garrard county Mr H M Gr ndy spent Sunday in Fairfield L A little child of Mr and Mrs Ed oblltt is ill of typhoid fevernMr L H Bellebaum who has been confined to his bed ot typhoid fever is reported better Mrs Thos OBryan who is ill of typhoid fever is improving MbH M Moss was in Louisville last week on business Miss Margarite c palling was the- uesti of Mrs R H of Bards last week Dh J B RoBards was in Harrbds urg last week rMjrs G F Carpenter of Louisville is visiting relativeslere M Tom Spalding andchildren of Bardstown are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Haydonj Mrs Leck Tong is iii Lebanon at he Elizabeth Infirmary wheresslie wiT undergo an operation Mr Wathen Simms was in Bards town Tuesday Prof Cotton Noe of Lexington was called here by thej death of his mother Mrs John Noe r Dr Rich rd RoBards left last week for BiendersOnville N C tch spend the healthrMrs Dudley Wellsof Lebanon spent several days here the latter part of las week Marshal John Grace was in Bards town the firstcf the week Miss Nannie Thompson visiting relatiyes in Louisville MSS Price is the g estofI Miss Stoker of Bardst6yn Mr Neal Bubhtt wasin Bloomfield I a few days last week Misses Annie McChprd Sallie Mc Elroy and Lydia Duncan spent Satur Jay in Lebanon Mrs T C Campbell was in Uouis ville last week JM WillTSiimns attended the f nt in Bardstown last week M iss Prudie Blanford will attend the E lanfordAdams wedding in Lquis ville hursday Nov 28 Messrs t C Campbell and Joe Pettu spent last week at Crab Or cliardi on a hunting trip Miss Nellie Simms who attend S school at Nazareth spent Saturday and Sunday at home = ClearanceSaIeO Millinery ReadytoWears and Trim me3 Hatstfhatjsold from 100 to 250 your Sue and 100 NCLJJDING HATS AND CAPS 25c and 50c All good Trimmed Goods at HALF PRICE All must be sold Come ill and see them WILLIAMSMILLINERY JIrIIIUIPl I t r I Christmas GOODS I have a few sample covers for Pillows and a few Table Covers for Christmas They are beautiful deigns andwill be j sold at low prices t Hats at Costl For cashpFor the next week or ten days H will offer aj nice line qf the newest style hats at Cost W t MIss Willie Knot I Miss Rebecca McEIroy of Leba on spent a few days here last week Mrs Lizzie Durrett attended the TroutmanHurrett wedding in Bloom field Tuesday The many friends of Mr DA Sweeney who formerly resided at tills place but now of Danville are sorry to learn that he is very low with ty phoid fever r Miss Ethel Simmois of Elizabeth fiMaymeMrs JTfeeph Claybroplce his re IBardstownt Miss Willie Knott was in Louisville this week buying millinery gopds Mr Ed Bellebaum of Winchest r is here to take his brothers place in the Red Cross drug store during the illness of the latterVMrs L M Gore after a visit of several days to Mr and jMrs Rogers Gore and children tjturned lastFriday to her home in Hodgenyille Mr Morias Hansbrough Jrafter- a several weeks sojourn in Springfield as newseditor of The Sunk left Thurs day tor Hodgenville wherehe will be temporarily connected with the LaRue County Herald Mrs W K Marks and Miss Lizzie H skins Will attend a meeting of the otQeMethodistnext Saturday Mrs Marks and Miss Hoskins will represent the Methodist church at this place Hon W D Claybrooke is in Louisville attendii the State clevelopment convention FrOnt there he will go to Alabama where he will remain until December L To Marry Next Wednesday t As previously announcd in The Suit the marriage of Miss Lydia Thomas Duncan to Mr Alexander Lewis Jenk inswilioc ur at the 6ome of the l brides parents here next Wednesday at oclocknoon November 271Miss Duncan is a daughter of Mr and MrS s G D Duncan is one of Springfields most charming young women Mr Jenkins is a Professor injthe UmVer sity of Cincinnati and is one of that Icitys most prominent educators Washington County Marriages Mr Clyde Goatley andMiss Bessie Drury of Polin this count were mar ri dat the home of the brides parents last week Rpv J A Sims performing the jcerembny and Mr Lloyd Lay and Miss Lola Gardner were married at the home of the brides parents near Card well by Rev J H Macon Both cou pIes are well andfavorably known in their repective cmnmunities and are Congratulated by many friends 1 Marion County t Falcon The sevenmonilisjold i of Mr and Mrs John Minor died Tues day of bronchial pneumonia t I J Mr JamesUThomas age ab ut1O1 years died Sunday morning this hompVin the Holy Cross vicinity after a brief illness of pneumoniaV I jTherthenight against Barkers Kittensin which the latter won three straight lThenight at Sgringfield L 1f 64 Af A trr W tt 1 1 Jq t 1 THE SMINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1907 i uIulu1uIii ==4 GlJe iracle of the Pe argon um =ByllNA WRIGHT HANSON Copyright 1MT by3lM Cunningham =We were at tin Big Tree grove little cistern bred Muriel with pelargoni ums at jhersleider waist and Inw stern had wandered thEilnGeneral jShermai Jumbo the Sisters dth r8 had reveled at the contrasts betweea trees 300 feet high and the bream cups and other sweet spring nestling at their feet- rTfienwejhadj gone through the gates ttingto f THE MIBACIiE OF PELARGONIUM swinging bridge 1 he rest of the pfar ty stayed away W e were to have this little goodby hour t part V The Giant is G3 feet in circum f rence 30Q feet high and is esti niated to be 3000 yearsold chanted MurIel in the words of the guide Or Was it 50001Th thousand or 5000 Oh I flways refer to my notebook ban I tell nothing with o refer in to my notebook she demanded wildl h took the otebool from her Your lips were not made for facts wadeCorfbad and romance to look at tfios lips red so daintily curved so wondtoui ly alluring I said klsses and I pro oed my asserUon No man couth have feelped itfof course Sh was very angry I suppose I would not have had her oth erwise but 5he did not spring to her fet and run rom me I Vwill not POlogi e for you know I want you so Murielj J pleaded She regarded me scornfully AS I have old you before I will not mate with a reamen Why do you not go into the w orld anil do some mighty work Everybody Everybody work but father I interrupted pilItelySEven with myL hear sore I could nev erfhcnp laughing atS uriel and her tine talk of workdrs little dainty wisp of a creature born to lie worshiped and cared for but taking jso serious a view of life Would you have me a hodcarrJerV 1 myrr am makes lbo and book brings some lollars and the dollars make several thing possible If r sIlllptim So1 the result is approximately same and Qu hiveno idea how much5pieasai4er it iJ to dream than carry it uou are a tijifler she declared You aught to write c book which will make the worn bettei I am quite 1 urqmy books never hurt anybodys mo ali or manners J in f 5F sisted gently Only a ne jatjve virtue she re sponded The man marry must be positivb He uasL bc i She hesitated gnzI g down at her Lady Vashln tot flotvers which she had taken from her bit Howl as ed with some Interest ut dont deny that should be will ing that he should look like you shet adnpitted i fin color cpjning into her chejpks If jorly you would do some thing to mike he wo Id better 4S My moo I hid clu nged I would plead119 linger with this child My mind wen to the pa ket of letters I counted asam ng my treasures They hadjjcofne roni differ int pnrts of the country afer my firs book had been launchedLccordlng t these my mis I pwas not a fa luremy book fhbugbua s mpl0 one had made better a jIatA par of tl e world but I not ell Muriel t ils rwould not try Itb Influence her n the least I arose and held out mhand In the i istance the train was whistling M1 r- = l x One thin remember dear child 1 Bald gravels fand that is that love blazes its oyri paths and cuts its own channels Itjbe written that you arm goodtImehis realiny 11Her cbtek stormed into color as I helped het ti her feetjDo Ol sele this Lady ashington she demanded holding the pelargoni urn See I ay it in the hollow of this little big tree Therel dirt in the nelnrgollJium may gro again I may find that it arts taken rOot SQ may r become your wife The tone is us pos sible as the timer So Muriel wedt back toJhee3st with her schemes of 1 stayed in tnyt rest to dream and then to write but I tlat dreaming had grown to be a weary task when the most be uteous them nIl was a forbidden one onetot had lost faiih in my ownj bf loves omnipotence Nearly a Jeair had gone before I visited the Tree gro went alone aid took my fOlllaryway to the river rhjere I had to my dream qf dreams A furious storm had wr aiight soiue havoc there Two or three9f the lessor trees had fallen el winging bridge had been tfjvisted and broken and thrown upon the haul while the wollen river raged angrily jby it At lastf tu away from my sad retrospection I My eyes caught a glimpse of blue in the distance and somehow I ti ought of MAiriels dress as it looked cm that other day when she had hpt been kind But Just then I was joined by the guide who was quite a friend of mine H had discovered a new platit and whs naturally quite enthusiastic over ItA so I went into the inner grove to view the dis covery After thad leflt him I still sojAgain were my eyes caught by the woJlittle big trees dryadsjshrink asked myself Btit when she turned toibe1llevingBut jshe sprat g to herf eet her white face going pink and her tearWet eyes Iholdinga sweb ness I had never seei there before Jlne pointed toward the hollow of the tree t Look Armaiid the miracle of the pelargonluniIThere in the little sifting of dirt gr w the Lady Washington not very sturdily but s illJit had rooted and was alive He words came back tome q might leave this flower here and comIng again ind that it had taken root So mighi I become your wife F e on ls as pqssibleas time Other I held out mJarms She hesitated and her color d epened f Dont think me bold Armand I didrit come see lug you My mothcr Is not well anc I I came with lif L came y 9 4J You came be ause the love god sent you sweetheart II I finished for tier INow 1etbelrestof the wayththe gohgafitf Shy In her lore pulslrig with life 1oing with hi pplness she came tone My dream ame true IThe east and the west are met to anVritexvonld better I Ionit begin i just yet she WhiS- pered with herj sqft cheek against youbaveI I Snort Names t An English clemanpr Frederick Lee had a prej dice against a long string of Christia names and held that If such names wore proposed the cler gyman should alter them at baptism whether tMe par nts were willing or ilot It was aiil of him that tie christened all the bo31jFrederick after him and all after the yirghhThe auorot The Life of falter Pater gij es Dr Lees method Of christening as follows UldSaYIn1111s stantinewould Avhlsper t Frederick sh would hear to her mazembnt and tien would follow the formula of baptis wonldbcThis chlldt Dr Lee would reply twill have to gt his living in World and whatd YQu4 want to handi cap him with Archibald Campbell ehojmondeley and all the rest of them for Ari3howjt done now and cant be altered t f Better Unknown tinto the yarij cf the great factory re the ragged urchin while the oiwuer of est iblishnieut watched him from the dboriay Presently the UI bin bent down and picked up a vpie e of string This merchantnrlncet Mylad he Jiah i have a vaoancy oran office boj at 10 shillings a week f you like 1gijve you the job for Tjm sure a nice careful stringqthings will be qaiefuiimi bIn things rjs ita bargain It wins but al tlu urchin sped home to tell his motnbr ibout his good for tine he mutter dirklyr If he only L4ne that I picked up that String to fix la tin to his dogs tiiiULondob ht Its f t r sLStiSS STONIWALL JACKSON Stories of the Intrepid Canted erate Cpmmanclar WHEN HE BLUSHED AjD FLED His Retreat In Dismay From an ArmJ of Admiring WmenTheOnly Man Who Could Put the General to Sleep His Heroic Reply to Lee Among ninny Other incidents in the career of General Stonewall Jackson a writer in the Sunday Magazine tells of an occasion when the intrepid com mander was entirely routed by the en emy an army of admiring women who clamored about him to s ecure buttons from his coat lockf of hair or others 1enlrs As he backed blushing away he declared Really ladies this is the first time I was ever surrounded by the enemy And in confusion and dismay he made good his retreat Of the other stories told of the general we quote a few He whs never an ornamental soldier being roughly clad and so plain as to be frequently taken for far less than he was1He and his staff were once porapelied to ride through a field of uncut oats The owner rushed out in great Indignation demanding the name of the lender that he might report him thegeneratWhat Jackson asked the irate farmer General Jackson You dont menu to tell me that you are the famous Stonewall Jackson the farmer stammered Thats what they call me The farmer tooko1Ihis hat with great reveverice and said Geuerai Jackson ride lover my whole field Do what you like with it sir- He was a nan of unusual religious devOtIon but would always go to sleep In church P rhaps it was because the church servic was the only thing he could depend upon to go right along if he did not keep awake to watch Itl His friends s Lid that it was because of weakness resulting from his exer tions In the Mexican war When he was teaching It the institute he was ill and all efforts failed to secure for him a nights rest One of his friends In attendance suggested that the Rev Dr White becalled in as he was the only one who was ever able to put Jackson to sleep In teplte of this defection however Dr White and his famous parishioner were fast friends totthe endSHis men said of him that he always marched at da break except when he started the night before The celerity of his movements gave his division the name of Jack ons foot cavalry One of his men said Moses took forty years to get the Israelites thron b the wilderness with manna furnish d all thevaybut Old Jack would h ive dOuble quicked it through on half rations in three days at the most Military lea ers have usually ap proved the poll ry of subsisting on the enemys countr but it was left for Stonewall Jacks on to make the enemy thefederalas Jacksons co nmissary general and when his column was sent toturn ofT Into the valley t 10 report would godut Lee is out of rations again and assent Jackson to all on his commissary general Jacksohwas ike flintcold Imp s she still inline of peace But at the sharp swift stroke of military ne cessity the spark of his genius flew cut arid burst Into flame that swept aw ly all obstacles When General Ew jll was asked what he thought of Jade sons gerieralshjp in the valley cam paign he replied When he began it I thought him crazy Before he got through I thought him inspired Before tl1tct11I of the campaign Jack son had rrrsmen brought into a spii it like his own The divlsioii reached a deep stream where the bridge had bee n burned He sent for an engineer con s and also for some carpenters among his own soldiers lime engineer ntncp set to work to prepare plans 1ift two hbqrs later the head carpenter appeared and reported The bridge isI fiijished gdneral and we can go on but them air pictitrs aint come yet The soldier may need religion as much as or more than any one else but as a rule the tabernacles of the liord arc notspread on llietented sfield of the Wflrrlor Stonewall Jackson however was an exception He never faileAto invoke the Prince of Peace tb preside over his battle Old Jim his faithful servant said Degenal Isde greatcs man fof prayin night an mornin an fill times But when r sees hint Itnp seval InprayJnsempn np an I go straight an pack his haversack case I know hell be calllnVfer If fo dayllcjht It was fitting that he who found his life on the battlefield slitnild find there the entrance into Immortal life but fn the qjjony of loss Lee exclaimed Any victory would be dear at R1l huplIcc wroteCouldhave chosen for the good of the coun try to have been disabled In your- stead 7 Jackson repljod to the lender who had declared was the only man llCI he would follow blindfold Better ten Jacksons should fall than The V Some one has said that the Lord In his providence Intended that the Con federacy should not win and to pro vent It he had to remove JacLsmi l r IILssss uS SSSsS G IsS t 1StSISjSiS IIi 4 Piano Placed r In Your Home On TrialJ J jJ IT purchsingl YOUintend piano t wouldbedollars in y9ur pocket toget in correspond ence with us Being the largest piano dealers in the South and buying them in carload Jots Enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that Will quickly convince the most skeptical that 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months time ship w4s away the new cables were given a trial arid vroved quite Wlien Brown made his report a com mUtee was to advise astoi the of HID chain cable of the hempen and as a result the new tackle was into Between iio find 1811 the first chain cables were served out to time ships but the full of hempen ropes was still retained This system in 1SM when the number of bles was reduced to three a further change was ordered hempen cables only being retained mooring tackle During the Russian Ity of chain cables was amply demon strated on many occasions The split were exposed to the g lies and of the Baltic and tie Blick but whereas the menofw r with chains were able tp keep their lug In the wet iicr many of the trnimspo Its fitted on ly vith hempen ropes broke away mInd met wlth And stf an ancieut one which In eaily days alma st n In placed in n nink No ict of as of II ordain ing thathno person only shall maIm could bring back he which that town had In time earliest dijs of Eng lan ts naval glory A nmolern battle j ship caniles four inn Iii cables and an chors cabli costing about 411On This glvoS a total of 4HO fathoms ori chain i = The Alpine Good Night Among the lofty jind eie yated valleys of the Alpine horn has another use besides that of the far famed Ranz des Y or cow song and PHs Is of a very nature and the snowy summits of the raouu tnln with golden light the who dwells upon the highest spot takes his horn and pro nouuces clearly and loudly through it as through a Praise time Lord Gdd As soon as the sound h the from th ir huts take their of an hour atiti time CUll from all tiiii and rocky cliffs I Sons Decker Sons Haines Bros Arm 1 strong Co Wendell Foster c SohmprrGecilian ParranSCecilian and the I j THe A player that can be at tached to any j t II MONTENEGROJRIEHM MUSIC COINCORPORATED Fourth Avenue Louisville t 1tFIRST CHAIN CABLES Supplanted Hempen Warships succeeded experimented pu111poseaiiien experimenting patented brought Lieutenant discussion 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entirely new to the child aria he locked on with strange as te was led into the rive4Time spring freshets had made time river somewhat turbulent Vnm1 it Wa3 with difficulty that the min putlngtc lied at the home of his family and a tel time usual greetings said to the little boy is she extended her hand Come here Charlie and see me You do nit know who I amdo you she contli tied f tYes ii deed I dciv said the boy You is that woman that went in siimmin with the minister on Su- namtYJu ges Library A Canny Scot heIwas sentei cOd by a Forfar magibtrate tolpaysa fine of half a crown or In detfajilt tweiityfour hours hard If he chose the latter he would be taken to the jail at Perth Then Ill go to Perth he said for I have some business tl ere An official conveyed hiu to Peth but when the cobbler ranched Tile he said he would pay tlmj tine governor fpmid he would hae tp take it And now saul the col bier I want my fare home The jrpTernbr demurred but discovered thee was no alternative The prisoner mist be sent at the public expense oihe pace h had been brought from 8dtbusiness and wweiit home triumphant tw pence halfpenny and a railway ride ylu better for his offenseS ottishm American DozenI Is much old r than the seventeenth century It tool its origin doubtless In mediaeval tom lon when bakers sold their bread solely or largely turpugh hucksters or as ve should say today hawkers It WilL the custom of the baker In deal Ing with the huckster to count thirteen loaves of bread to the dozen The odd loaf was apparently the hucksters sole profit n nv ancient was this practice maybe leathered from the Liber Albus or white book of the city of London that minute code for the regulation of commercial morality In mediaeval London Here is laid down That no baker 0 the town shall give unto regrat ress S the sixpence on londay morn lug y way of hanselmoiiQy but after the ancient manner let him give thir teen articles of bread for twelve Ths practice of giving thirteen to the dozen has since Invaded many other callii gs such as the book and news pape trade but the ancient trade of tlie nker may justly claim to have cpinel a phrase which will live as long as th English language London Wail r In order to demonstrate to you that we have the righttianos at the right price we a piano in your home on trial and if you tarenot satisfied with it weiviil ftake it out and the trial will not cost you a cent p 628630 Guadeloupe Wonderful Eczema Cure- Our little boy had eczema for five Henriet1tathe case was hopeless his lungs being doqtorswe read about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soonno ticed improvement We continued this medicine until sever al bottles were used when our br was completely cured Best ofailblopdi medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at Hayden Roberts n s drug store SOc u THE SUN AND jr Both p perslyr 175Weekly 125Nashville 175Weekly175SemiWeeklyDemocrat 175 175HomeAmerican Agriculturist 175 150American Gentleman1200Farni 175ReviewLippmncQtts Magazine128a 400LedgerHarpers MagazineJ 435 435I The SUN j ONE DOLLAR 1 YEAR 4 J OOOOOOOOOcoooOOO cocowooo ooo THE DAILY t Kentucky State- Journal Incorporated Published at the Capital of The StatiV Presdispatchesofworld full reports of the Courb of administrationSUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNiUM IN ADVANCE tWThe Sun and Daily Kentucky Statt Jour nal both ont yiar 3 t t ts If- 1 IJ i rTi7 tJi 1 k i- I 1Orj I f i I i Lf THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1907 J i jY 0i ictiJ+ 1 i e= Will goo at liReu I Prices1 ttt At GrundyiMclntires ihe Nextf ti rirFor 11 I 0 J t ays-I rf I tI andIWn we er sOme surmising bargaiiis to CASH DYERS 2 s season af the year enpeO z ave money to spend If you wiilrfepenil it W we will save you 1agttdaI trus Ts 4 ++++ w + w Jj Gently I McIn iref tttj2 ftf 444ittPit 44fti1 I f r I t QOOCOC OOOOOOCJO lilti Original I met Esther Norman at the SprIngsj ijpressionher Had she not been very young she was twen yI th nk It probable that her face would aye borne he Impress of suffering As It was she looked like onE who lit d suffered ut whose featureis bavin j the softness the pliancy of youth lid not hare en under the seal bEthettshe was notj I cot Id not cTeciie What puzzled me was that though she wasone of hebest a youW ladies in the house ai dlt depended only on hr wljiether 01 no she should be a belle she seemei indifferent to 1heTeceivedenthusiasm There is a tinction in this which tis difficult to make plain We had been together at the Springs- for a mouth when one day while we were on the lake r begin to make love to her I had no LatcH ion of doing it when I I nto pulling the boat she silting tningtin the stern T proc eded ed aside and lecher ha ad h water She maue no rely to anythjng I said but presently 1 Xaw teArs Dropping my oars I p flppd ysel in a half sitting half k ecling posture took the an her lap iud said handfhatlay This y to reccIve words eaklug to J ou It should be Ltber cvl l Indifference or smiles Te mee plalnI Then the tet rs camin a torrent She drew away her handand lOel her head ia toth han S Shhlnglasthough her heart WO Id rain 1 implored her t m oran en otion so strange under the cIrcu1hstan es I asked her if she could not resp hd to t 10 love I lad spoltel She was mu e Then she raised lher1fa askinj me with an Imploring look to desist I went b ick to mylars and in sileme rowed to the landing We walked toward th hotel through a wooded path rifltr Y she stopped and faced meI e DOit1ove ne she said with In tense eagerness unles you are iyiII ing to love dcalh In life One tad better love a corpse than me fA corpse Is dead In all respects I noX She wIloiwas I led and I1re JRlnea She hvas as innocent a a leJ tam n t fort ore are tiipes Twhen T would urse Go and die he itiaiIjare twins yet one is pure wiIIo the o liei hate a world sent spinning f I I 9 PI In space its peopHj without me rowe to detect to separate the gpod from the evil netter a hip under full sail without a rudder Be lealm I intjrposed laying my hand OH her arm She was trembling like a leaf Tell n e what you mean What is a court justice A Ipgal tournament betwe n the prosecuting attorney and the defendants cjonnsel And on what ha gs the fate Circjuinstan es and prisonersI 4nd If the circums ances plained and if the witnesses haveexI motive to lie Worse At every bratedtrlalone hal of the people who read the testimony believe the pris guilty the otl er half are uncer loner But a very jew believe her in If she isai quitted those who believe In her gull shun herbecaureI she is to them a rimlnal rest shun her beca se she Is regarded as a criminal Sh goes forth with the brand of Cal upon ner brow She can never agt in be her former self If she has f ends the moment they know of Her twin sister they turn away from her If shehas a byP er as soon as he ki own the words of love die upon his s Would to God that Her words were chi ked by a paroxysm againtrndI am Martha tBlake iLI had read the testimony in the caSe of Martha Blake one of those mys terieSj puzxles that seize upon the in teHects of millions nd will not let go till they have either formed an opln Ion or decided an opinion to be impos autBlake was a ihurder ss Istood aghast while he turned avay and buried her face in her hands ty jainst an oali tree The act produced a marvelous impres- sionI on me Here was an Inanimate tree more merciful than JahmDlin being The womdr I had professed to love was supported by Its strength instead of pilne I never knew Iarth Blake I saId I have know i and loved Esther Norman This blonv is too crushing for to rise ahoy at once It uits- pleascd Providence o try me possibly more than my strength will bear I must have time Instantly her equa ilmity returned to her We walked si wly side by side while she dried her tears till we came near the hotel whers she pointed to a path that led in an ther direction I understood and too the path while she went on to the Motel I never saw either of the twin sis ters ugI nThen returned to the hotel tjfter i1i9ursQf wandering in the wood she The few words as to her troubles e md spoken to me told menot the w rds iL indesqrib able something that iccompanied them that she jwas as in locent of crime as I I never sought ler but t am now an old man and I hi ve never married 1 shall hevfer marry i 3AROLD OTIS L i ART OF TELEPHONING Howto Speak Into the Transmitter to Get Good Results The art of telephoning is stIlian ac complishment that few people regard as a jigcessary part of their education says the Brooklyn Eagle The vfey to usethe transmitter is to place the lips within half an inch of the mouthpiece mid speak in a considerably low ertoue than you ordinarily use in face to face conversation The misou for this Is simple Just behind the mouthpiece is an alumini urn diaphragm backed with a very thin sheet of hard carbon Between this sheet of carbon and the point of contact of the wires lsa space filled with finely powdered carbon The sound waves of the voice make the Aluminium diaphragm vibrate and this in turn affects the c rbon sheet which stirs the granulated carbon be hind It- TIlc electrical currentthnt is passing through the carbon powder feels all these vibrations however slight and reproduces them in the receiver and the other end iof the line setting in motion sound waves corresponding to those in the transmitter If you shouti at the transmitter the vibrations may be so violent as to Ie sult in only a confusing jumble at the Other end of the wire Besides loud talking througi a telephone is distress- Ing to the listener who you must remember gets Ijhe full volume of sound very close to his ear If you hear ji telephone than talking by wire you will notice that he drawls his words a little not enough to make conversation noticeably slow but suf ficiently so that one word is started on its way before another can tread on its heels I Clipping worlds which is sometimes none under the impression that it gives them a sharper sound is a mistake Even for talking over considerable dis tap es the volte should be lowered In telephone conversations How to Provide an Old Style Dinner Let salads and other frippery that are morVto look at and use up strength upon be left out of the menu for the Christmas dinner The very thought of the Christmas dinner brings before the inner vision first the lordly turkey the big chicken pie the fijuishand turnips in yellow mounds the snowy pile of mashed potatoes the delicious cauliflower with a roast of beef of lamb or boiled ham on the side and no end of delicious little relishes all placed within reach as in tffe olden days Have no soups but if one must really conform a little let there be three or four small oysters to precede the roasts and vegetables One wants to eat all he possibly can of turkey on that great day and if he gets that tie has no use for the little finicky entrees and hors doue vreSi When this good satisfying and old fashioned dinner of meats and vegetables has filled the aching void the re are a straightening of the body a satisfied smile on the face and an air of gentle expectancy awaiting the advent of the blazing plum theIand fruit for such as have room for lit nuts and fan y bonbons preserved ginger ansi perhaps tutti fruttl Ice cream byt after the mince pie all else is siiperfluolis For drink at this old fashioned dinner for those who think that good water is not enough there may b tf grape juice or sweet cider Children should be encouraged to eat pipsIfcandied orange peel to eat after din her it would help digestion and it wouldjidt come amiss to the big folks either although lf the dinner as here planned is rightly cooked no oneshould suffer How to Polish Steel Buckles To clean tarnished steel shoe buckles try rubbing them with fiery powdor Cut steel may be brightened by shak ing it in a fTkg of emery powder and rubbing it between the hands until the rust disappears Then polish it with a soft chamois skin or dry cloth Sil ver tarnishes so rapidly at the seaside that silver toilet accessories are better fett at hoi 1e unless they ire lacquered and even then they become smoky Plain celluloid brushes are more satis factory for traveling nor are they so easily bei t when packed They art also pot easily replaced when lost A completely equipped traveling case is One of the nicest possible gifts for ahtv one who is going on a Jong tour Space timid durability must he consid ered wrhen preparing for a long tour 3 j Howto Make Brown Sauce Maybe you yvill have roast pig for the Christmas dinner and If so you will want some delicious sauce After the pig has been taken from the drip ping pan pout off any excess of tilt grease set back on the range and Into the rIch drippings that are left stir a tabjespooufij and a half of Hour When a good brown turn In boiling water from the teakettle to make the consistency required Stir constantly l with 4he back of the spoon until the sauce is sm6oth and velvety Salt and peppet to taste add a tJ tablespoonful of kitchen bouquejt for kidded richness hi color and fiavdr and send to the table boatrHow to Add Space to a Closet An inexpensive skirt hanger and one on which six t kirfs may be hung is a small board half an inch thick six Inches wide and apot loug About an inch from each nd drive six nails an inch apart Fasten skirt as you would when wearing and hang by loops on nails This not only srtves room but prevents skirts from wrinkling at the top as when lOops are placed together and hung on the nail ii i a OOSCOCOOOCOCOOCCOCOOOCOGOOS 8 HypotheticalCaseCopyright l Lawyer Taylor had all sorts and kinds of clients come and go and was nbt surprised on th particular July afternoon when a wqL dressed and reo spectable looking stringer called and laid a hundred dollar bill on his desk and observed that hie had two or three hypothetical questions to ask lie was l1lto go ahead and lie lighted a cigar said You are to take it that when a cer tain man who is now about forty years old that appeared to be about his age was a lad of ten he in his innocence attempted to pick up the hind foot of a mule The mule resented the familiarity and kicked the jx y In the head From that date a change was observ ed in the boy He seemed unable to distinguish nrrtlcleS belonging to himself and to by and by this became a fibced habit with him In other wordsyou might say that ht became a thief Do you think that a jury could be made t understand that concussion of the bra n sometimes acts this wayt I havent a doubt of it I am sure that 1 could also get two r three doc effe4tAs he is all right morally except on that one point He persists in poss suing himself of otherS peoples property and converting it to his own use II becomes a thief burglar and confide cc man It was the kick that did it all Butt for that kick he must have Town to be a Sunday school superi titeudent Do you think the jury could be made to see it in this light Without the slightest doubt sir A jury can be made t see anything In any light if proper y presented re plied the lawyer Well on a reeen occasIonI wed not say JiM how i centthIs person who had been kick d when a boy en tered a fine mansion in the suburbs of n city after plunel r He overcame ani bound the coac iman and the gar deber He locked the wife of the owner up in hdo et He shut the cok and parlor ma d down cellar It w4s In the afternoon and he had pos session of time house for two hours iirwagon was driven up yi confed crate andloaded with the silver rugs paintings and brie lrac the choicest of everything and at length thenervy man took his departure leaving the people still bound and still shut up Now then taking that kick into con sideration would you call that a rob bery oj sfirply The eccentric action of a man whose brain was affected- A man whose brain is affected cannot be held guilty In law of any crime promptly responded the law yer Vbut the disposition of the goods might have some effect on the minds of the jury I think that yould be a strong point in the def use A sane man would try to lisp Srof them as soon aspossfble would thcNaturally Yes he would wish to realize on them at onceand get them off his hands But suppose tliat this man didnt Suppose he deliberately had those goods driven along a broad highway for a distance Qf twentyfive miles and then across the border into Canada Would that show the cunning of a madman Assuredly l could convince the jury on that point in five minutes The fact that this rarin knew that there vas no extradition treaty with Canada covering the case ought to convince an Her ge jury that lIe Is Insane asked th stranger No one but a lawyer is supposed to know spell thIngs That he knew and acted on It Is In his favor I take it should try to njake the jury think so at least said the lawyer Mf things are properly presented to u jury its iioLiv Iy wonderful what ybu can make them believe I may Bay without cjoiijiii that there is here somany lawyers are lame and where I am so strong Is that all of tho case Almost Tile mann cannot be disturbed iNot There is no treaty nowcnnrc goods Iflt was injouey a different thing Anll there islf point I wish to be clear on Isnt there a difference In law between a heck and a certain silm of money There must be To make it Mr Attorney tljis hjpothetJcalhu1Jl who robs a hy p thetical house land shuts a hypo thetical woman Ida closet compels her to give him a check for a thousand dollara she having money of her own In1the bank You cant call a check money because it may not be cashed He gets it it is not money h0 took He topic a piece me of caShedjbut Do you fol- Io Certainly to make jury see it that way You should hive been a mnthnler of the profession That was all and the stranger rose und shook hamlsj and departed Mr TJiylor was lletalP cll that evening an hour or so behind his usual time Wheii lie finally rtachdd home and un tid his servants sand let his wife out of the closet and telephoned for the police It was 10 oiock but he was not at all sleepy He was too busy figur ing up his loss gljving description of his caller arid ofteting a reward for his capture IDle man was traced to Can ada but he wasnt extradited and he also refused to compromise In fact he was ill bred enough to laugh in tHe faces of the detectives Mr Tay lor Is still considered a very smart law y r but there are times when he ad wits to himself that he Isnt MQUAD I J4 r U f a popziitiwlothe onlyIh aif- lCutlery Majestic Steel Ranges Electric Cast Ranges Radiant Heaters Enamelwaie1 Perfection Oil Stoves anthlleatersL exIIlfyou are Building or contemplating doing so l tuS with you for a good Tin Roof Door Locks and Hinges Window Locks and Lifts Nails and other Hard I ware We can interest you if you will give us a call I SHULTZ MCELROY rl 1iHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY T- OTRANSFER MONEY 7- IS BY LONG mnmi TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLy TO LOCAL CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO7INCORPORATED IMoney and Easy Money s world in business It always has been and always will be There are many good and generous men in it There are many who will lend a helping hand to you in your ad- versIty but in the time of need ypu will hot find them among the men who get you to embark in specula trlelcto your little surplus and to sell which would help you to Be self reliant Make your own investigation in investments Yhel yoji cannot put your money in u good savings bank Distrust the flrian cial 4eimigogue as you distrust the po litica demagogue Keep your hand on your pocketbOok as you travel through life first to give always in proportion poorerIjake through force or fraud what you need for yourself and yours You will hen writes Charles Q Dawes in yourIhave tlio advantage of them lBl f Hw tj Preserve hOC9IAn excellent preservative of shoe leather is vaseline If a small quantity be to new shoes it will soften the leather and If enameled leather will keep It soft ihuch longer tfian brdiujjirily and render it less liable to York Globe Ifi blackened1andtheir appearance and wearing ties Aiillbo munch improved luauI 1OX oi oats handy when the shoes are taken off remove all mud and dirt lace or button them till half full with oats and stuff the tops with crumpled papery When necessary to wear the whoes empty them and they will be found to have kept their shape and will ubt be drawn if they were In the least lamp when taken off i How to Clean White Leather Alurii mixed with pipeclay will be found successful as a means of clean ing wjitet belts of leather in white or pale shades An old handkerchief should be dipped in the mixture and worketl over the kid the soiled lines and marks being rubbed In a rotary direction until the dirt disappears The same procedure may bex followed in ref1ar1 to opera or purse bags in treatment being repeated until the original color Is restored How to Make Harmless Colorings To color frosting or candy Laven del two teaspbonfuls of blackberry juice or Jellyrbliiish lavender two tea spoonfuls of blueberry Juice pink beet cherry or trawberry juice yellow orange lemon or yolk of egg brown chocolate coffee or tea green loll spinach Qr swiss chard then squeeze through cheesecloth All these are harmless and after a little practice one quite expert and can have manyrnlIity effects ft Diamondldge Toots r f q 1 v Home I Lisk Tin and 4 MANAGER t t t FOR AGE TSAN OPPORTUNITY t The Old World And Its Ways By William Jennings Bryan 5STNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS3 1576 Imperial Octayo Pages 251 Superb Engravings from Photographs Itaken by Col Bryan Recounts his trip around the world and his visits to all nations The greatest of travel eyer written The most successful book of this generation 25000 leaned for in 90 days Write us for sample r norts of first 80 agents eagerlyTheSend fifty cents to covercostof mail ing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING GOtk St Louis Mo fl Keep Your Bowels Open It is a noticeable fact and one which any doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from are the ones who have the most difficulty ia RegularIstipation must of necessity use something to help nature along This should nbf purgaveIor a syrup Uquid that will 5il the intestines and membranes that it comes in contact with Children women and weak people generally should neverbe given a 8trbnjrphysicas it weakens the system Ami it is futile tot the strongest person because the relief is simply for that day and then the reaanon sets In and you are jcvorse off than before What is needed is a prompt but gentle laxa jnPeopleand it is being better liked by more people everyi year reason is that it Sails a want It uunlike anything else Results are so sure IB lierI ithat a cure of any of theseailment6isabsolHtely guaranteed A bottle costs but 50 bents ort and iis worth a hundred times that to any seXerer o9Htortime or other by every member of the family Dr Luella Underhill the medical saperiatee ir dent of the Working Womans Home of Cliiesc ihas kept her charges in perfect health by the e of Dr Gaiawells Syrup Pepsltrwkeaever asoach cemplalnt was brought to her attention No bOtIer maneht results FREETEUtry3Cing can have t free iwnpte bottle sent to thrtr by adrsuki tM COMtlRY TNbRC Isle pw WMs r MdyiH do u we cWm swd II onlY eswi to arww btve never tokM ItStftd for it K lOtI keve any symettffis of stomach yet most elective t felks lrJMMIi IlYtrorbowtlm trJ PUBUC VERDICT at DR 5ALDWELUS pNus bem entity juamrtN No 17 WaeMiictoR 0 kV jl PEPCIM SYRUP M t I 1 SaldwII 1iiM tIiII RfD CROSS DRUG STORlS iJ S s It1I so I 3 2 1 J TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER 20 I97 t I Jl idjringIA propstionl I i The Green River Distr ct Tobacco society bf the A S of E is consider ing ia prppopition to manufc cture an of its 1906 cropnowlstored w th the Lou isville Warehouse Co Thi proposition has ieenunder consider tion by the r leaders for several days pst and was discussed at a meeting hel d at Turbirl Woods factory Jon TuesdJ y night It appears to be generally a ceptable to the members of the A S of E whd haye tobacco in thjepool an it is prob able that arrangements wi be speedj fly completed for putting he ion the market irf the mz nufacturedj f ormfNegotiations vith a Lou jsYIle manufactory for ma ufacturing the AL S of E tobacco he bulk of Jtwill probably be made into chewing tobacco although ja cbrtside able quan tity will probably be made into smok ing tobacco It wil be put en the mar ket with the A S of E lab Ion it and offered to thetrad1er the country If this u h it will practically ejiminajte the av liable sup pjy of Greentriver obacco w th tke ex ceptien ofthe 1907 crop which will be Qled wIth tIle f a of amf that i ld by the mdependent gro ers The A S of E tobacco of the 1905crop has passed out of theconrol of the committee and will doubtless be sold in 1rehueWarehouse company has bee i disposed Iofm England nd the 19 7 tobacco controlled by that organization has been sdld to the American Tooacco Company to be del vered from wagons at the Owensboro factory With the 1906 frop now nTstorage in iouisville out of the way the A S of E in Green River distriictj would tie in posi tion to sell the 19Q7 crop direct to the buyers in Owens to or in any other manner that might s6em bestjOwens sborMessenger lt TEXAS Mr James Yastej and familj were at Mooresvillei Saturday and Su day the guests of Mr Thomas Mat inglyv of that place Dr D A Crosby has return d home after a visit to his mother au Shelby VI lie Misses Hattie Arnold and W ay Mays wereguestsof Mis Minnie Fi nlc near Simmstown Satuijay iiight md Sun I day i Born to the wife of Mr G W Co canougher on the 17th a girlv Mr Jacob PetersoVi and fa nily are moving to the farn4which was vacated by T R Peterson Mr T R Peterspn left on the 19th for Pittsburg Jle9n He ex pects to make his future that lace Therewas a Sunday school anized at this place on the 17th A Jarge crowd was present We wis iIt sue cess Miss Texas Lynch is still very ill r with typhoid fever i Miss Hattie Hug ies of Cor is vis iting her sister Mrs James Ek ere t 11Ray Gordon and wife a e visit ing friends at Grave Switch Mr and Mrs Lsn Bradshzw have t moved to the jhouse vacated by George Gibbs ANew Lease On LifeL- Wf lr j 1 The Louisvillft Times of last Eriday saysIInstead of the grim marc i to the scaffold that had been ached ilejd for him this morning at 7 oclock larence Sturgeon the con pmned mirderer found the opportunity for undi sturbed sleep Through the action of his attorneys yestercay in obtafemer an injunction from Judge hck01ford Milljr re straining Sheriff A4 Scott from 4carrying out the execution Surgeon will haye at least a few days npre to live with the probability that months even pass before he mil be fmay Next Tuesday thfe Court off pe41s will hear the motion of the C immon wealth to ls in juncti n An effort was olvethe af ernoon after Judge grante the inI junction to get the Superior ourt to take actI n at oncje but trisChef J Justice O Rear refilled to do naming Tuesday of next Week as the date of hearing Capt William Sweeney Eno McKay and William Perry the attor ieys for Sturgeon withheld their tn mp card until 3 oclock yesterday a rnoon when they appeared beiore Ju Ige Mil ler Up to that time it was deemed impossible to save Sturgeon rom the gallows but after the death warrant had been formally inspected ty the at tornevs the opportunity present ed itself to spring their coup MAUDI tMiss Lydia Hustonhas returned from k a visit to Tier sister Mrs Forr st Pot tinger of Washington D C Miss Abbey Wakefield spent several days last week with Miss Roxj Wake field at this place Mr Stanley Vanarsdale of I arrods 1burg was the guest of Miss d therine ry Wakefield Saturday and SundiyLIMiss Beat lah Arnold who is attend ing school at Springfield is at homesick Miss Jennie Duncan is ill with typhoid fever ft Mr and Mrs Lind ay Dodson and daughter hristipe ere guests of Mr B F Si ttle and family Sunday Messrsiliard Van rsdale and Jim 1gaMessrs Will Hustor and Huston Wakefield wire in Louis rule Tuesday 1 Mr I N ArnpM wa in Springfield MondayFMessrs Is eal Bobhtt and Will Russell tf pringfield ar visiting Miv Eugen and Miss Lau a Shehan this week Messrs Lvnne Bush a id Henry Royalty of Sp ngfield w re in our little town Sunday afternoon Mrs 1 N Arnold aid children vis ited Mr G prge Lear andf amily pi Mackville F idayiMrs EE Wakefield and daughter Miss Catherine werein JJlopmfield Saturday afternoon Miss Zula L ar of lackville was the guest of ner sister Airs 1 N Ar noldjiast week M es Belje and Roxy Wakefield spent Friday with Mr T M Wakefield and family of Bloomfield Miss Nellie Andrews Sf ent last week with her sister Mrs Carol Allen of Bloomfield Miss Bessie Tucker of Bloomfield is visiting Miss Nancy Sheh in I Nl Arnpld and fam ily spent Sun day at Mr J iC Browns I Mr Clyde JBrpwn and Miss May Bo dine were quests of the Vlisses Wake field Saturday evening aUonHi as bot as can couifortably lie borne and to insure ere t should be repeated ev lery half hour saysjdie Pit sbtirg Press They are of virlbus kinds but the most simple and of ten the IUDS useful that can be employ ed is warm water For m hot water omentatlo i great d of tbroubIe of wrInging Out the alI jnpl can be saved If there b ppens tp be fL steamer in the houSe iito which it should be put over boiling water after being folded to the required siza Anther plan is to damp the flannel with t not water and sprinkle a ittle Iturpen tine on the side of the p ultlce to be iipplled Cover the flaune used to foment which shOuld be folded four imes thick willi wool rind oil silk An other kind of fomentation is composed of drledpbppyllieads say four ounces IJreak them h pieces or pty out the waterbolIforand ke the water for use jHow to iHajke Currnni Pnncu l fVltv swmerdrInka- fere inoue mare refresh ig than cur punch pints o ripe curra its and one of red raspberries Aill make a fruitdndtwo oranges anil three quarts of water siruprtetstand f bePreshaved ice into each glass and fill the glasses with the punch It is better to did the cold sugar sirup s f tcr straln I6g Sugar sirup ig made by bailing gran U ated sugar Vitli half the quantity njeasured QycUpulsof sold water for ten minutes cooling 1 efore It is used XnilnJTna teaspoonful of lemon jiiice in a Cup of warm water Is In valuable JTliis Is one of tb very best mknicure acids It will loo en the cU tiMe from the finger nulls as well as remove dfscploratlons Brittle nails m ybe cUred by soaking hem ally for a few minutes 1ii blood arm sweet oIL Polish the nails dall with the chamois s In polisher to Ii prove the circulation of the parts and nake them cl4ar and pink No paste Is needed washing the hands press back with the towel the flesh about the nails This will prevent hangnallsl i I Hojy Gloves May Be Cleaned To clean gloves rub withrery slightly fdainp breadcrumbs If not jeffeetual isc ate upocr tqenT dry French chalk weiion the bands and rub them quickly togetherIpaiI directions DQ this several titheOr put gloves pf a lig it color on tbj hands and wash the La ids in a basin of spirits of hartsboru SbJie gloves niay be w shed In a stl lather ni de or so soap and vjlrni water or milk or wa h with rice pulp or sponge tlreni well ritb turperi in and hang ilietniu a arm place orjwbere there tri current of air and nUsme of turpentine will e removed How to Make Raupbcrr Punch lio one quart f ice cold water add flv4 teaSpoonfuls of raspbe ry vinegar or raspberry royal TUTE It into a lare pitcher or ptincb bwl and stir well gut ach glass la onerous supply of Ice anil fill fron the bowl It jsrbirr1esJtu In seas i a cUIful of then Jnay Ue a Ided 011 nOt use In plIeappletor bauanalsllce t JHoTO to peal Darnel Dlaheir Baking dishes tl jai becom burned In the oven and plates and platters that becbme blackenetl with fool scorched updin them shoUki hot go t trough the tedIous process cf scraplnj Simply putj a little water and ashes In the dish anti let It become warm and the burn ed and discolored portkmixmay be y cleaned l In uriug the dial t LHoSummerojat 1 i By A M DAVIES OGDEN i I Copjrljrhtedi 1P07 by Homer Sprague f ILMMM MM The afternoon sunshine rippled ncross the lake burnishing the waves to gold rind bringing out soft glints in Mar piret Ahstpus hair The girls eye pized dreamily over the water ller Iii iidstjriu capable little lisluds were clasped loosely behind her head us she leaned back In the rustic chair The clear delicately penciled features tim pliant figure relaxed toIn happy abandon all breathed a rare atmosphere of refinement and charm Mrs Rush well looking critically at her wondered for the thousandth time why Margaret had never married They were seated In on of the pret ty piazza crowded boat buses which decorate the Adirondack shores Mrgaret had been reading alt ucl while the other sewed Mrs RusliVell carefully threaded her needle HIt has been So lovely to have you all to myself this way Margaret Mile said sincerely ul almost wIsh Ked was not bringing up all that mob to night 4 glint of laughthr flickered in the girls eyes And who all ar coming she queried idly She knew arys social tastes Mary who vms neverso happy as when entertaining a roomfulIForheiself the fl Shcool breeze the fringe of green edging the sparkling of blue the distant glimpses of purple mouutainsf tliese filled her with an unspeakable sense of peace and comfort She dl not think that the people would bother her greatly Mrs Hush well reflected Well there are Susie Hoy and Billy Morris and Jim Blackwell and and oh yes you remember Townsend Las slfer He Is just returned from Chile where I believe lie was the most popu lar minister ever sent there froni Washington And Belen di Herrera arrives top She is a sort of ward of hiS 1 believe He knew her parents intimately and when the both died he rather took charge of the girl and has just brought her up to her mothers people She AVas an American i The girl is awfully young only sev enleen but they iSvelOp early in tbose countries So wlieli 1 asked him I InV vited her too He brought her to see me just before I left town and In spite of his being so much older I believe he is going to in irry liar Its qiiitqa romantic story i mt 1ti reiy murmured Margaret She had grown a rifle paler bit thht might have been attributable to the heat The breeze was going down with the sun Her manner was quite iiiiiti1iIti I remember Mr Lassiter reryweil- she said quietly 4t will to meet him again But as she dressed for dinner that evening Margaret found herself using even more than her usual caredaIUff JiVhen she had Implied th lifted the hand glass and surveyed herself carefully A little sigh fluttered between her parted lips SUe was still Wcthoand the soft hair showed a patch of silver And he is engaged to aglrl of sev entee njshe reflected rather wistfully Will he think me very changed I wonder Then with a sudden1 change of mood she blew out the candle and smiled lIe has probably fhrgotteu the wliole episode ages sincel she de cided Uoiit be a goose Margaret Evoking ghosts is1 a foolish ptistime But despite her philosophy Margaret was conscious Of a quick tbrob of Interest as Townsend Lassiter come forward to her He at least hod not i if he hud it was but to greel npeded Margaret Tbt sfraigUt litir oil his tycs was touched rny the pleasant frnnk eyes had a serious look in them But the old flashing smile was there Mar garet experie iced a sudden sense of relief There was no hint of awkward ness in his manner The note of cordial greeting to an old friend was ex actly right Then be turned I want you to meet Miss dl Her rera he ah4 During dinner Margaret looked nr the little South American She seem ed a mere child with her great dnrk velvety eyes and sensitive quivering mouth And Townsend Lassiter cared for her He treated her with a grave careful tenderness that considered her every want Yet all at once Margaret was consclo s of a sudden swell fnjr sympathy fo tile shy half frightened little thing She seemed so young so helpless As they all rose to leave tuV dining romi Margaret spoke to her In kimVy halting Spanish The small face lighted up the soft ollvfe cheeks flushed duskily as the girl stammered BOrne grateful reply Margaret was almost startled at the loveliness of the child and young Morris dose behind caught his breath The house party had been invited for two weeks but hardly three days had passed Before Mrs Rushwell be ran dimly to surmise something wrong To all appearance tier guests were well rhosen and congenial but some subtle sixth sense made her aware of a strain a tension carefully hidden but acutely present She fell to witching but conclusions battled her The little South t American i girl her dyes wider and lurker than ever clung to Margaret with an almost passionate dove tion The Morris boy moped Margaret In a mood difficult of analysis enveloped herself In a wayward brilliancy Impossible to penetrate Our or twice his hostess caught Lassiter H iiIylng with curious eyes his little Jaiicee What was the matter with them all wpudered Mrs Rushwell Was Lassiter jealous There could be nothing serious in the Morris boys at tentlons il was the last nljht of their stay Allfday heavy cloud had been piling up in the west threatening masses of violet The sun had stink beloW the duUrredrhe weaIriet1Above her head they murmured endless cadence musical and inl Otis But to her troubled mind the quillity of the woods Jjrought no peace As yet the pain was too fresh for na tures assuagement And twisted through the tangle other own per sistent thoughts ran a teasing little question of Beleus Before dlniier the girl had come to her room The ca mellialike face was pale the dusky eyes had an odd look of suffering She had picked up Margatets silver hand glass and stood balancing it absently Mr Tow lsend he is a very great m nis he not She had put The question wistfully t and Margaret ad- answetedyes Itit is strange that be can care for oneone so young so Ignorant so un trained faltered the young voice Do yOudo you think he really does reiilly The big eyes had searched Margarets face with an eager almost a supplicating intensity For a moment Margarets heart had almost stopped its beating What could the child mean Then she had forced herself to calmness q know he dpesV she had an swered tea I yHe cares very much But the question lingered in Marga siglinlftenne querrIre turned and why oh why had he come here to destroy this time forever the peace of mind which Margaret had be lieved so secure at last And this poor child who loved her Involuntarily Margaret wrung her ht nils How harI how complicated was life But thank Hgaven tomorrow they would all separate After tomorrow she need see him no moreiThere was a step behind heron the quIckfirmpath Margaret turned It was dusky under the thick sheltering boughs but she recognized at once that it wits Las siter At sight of the white figure be fore him the man starred Margaret he ejaculated sharply Margaret But he caught himself at once I beg your pardon he smiled You almost like a ghost there among the trees I am on Tiny way to the boathpusef explaining easily Buien and young Morris are on the lake and it looks so like a storm Come she said quickly It had grown very dark The sultry air was breathless1 Not a sigh stirred theI branches above The slippery grown path was difficult to find but Margaret Tsped unheedlngly on That little frail canoe out on the tumbling waters Oh why was the boathouse so far And then all at once a gnarled old root thrust boldly out caught her foot She tripped stumbled and the next instant she had fallen Into LasI siters arms a It wins only for one bijief fraction of time one half augnlshed moment dup lug which the man his tern self con trpl shaken had gathered her close Then Margaretbroke from him f- Belen she gasped The Jlnes around Lasslters mouth Whltenge1 I know he said I know But despite his effort at self mastery the emotion roused yas not to be so easily leashed The bitterness of years surged to the surface Margaret he cried Oh MaTga j ret why did you scirl mo avuyV1 6011 dftlnt know murmured the woman unste ll II thought I didnt cure and then It was too late you had gone Butbut you are happy now she urged Belen Belen Is a child said Lassiten quietly When she was lefit so alone with only me for guardian there seem ed nothing else to do I shall try to make her a good husband Butryou dr9ppedtorett Th3u out of the gloom a voice echoed clt aily across the water recogJ1nlzemustnt talksjo I cant marry you Oil I cant He loves me Miss Alston says so And he tins been too good tome I must not break his heart but love Billy Across the murky darkness leaped a white flash of fire A tremendous crashing peal seemed to split thq heavens and then suddenly the loosed at last came pouring ruInI cool cleansing revivifying grateful freshness to the thirsty ground restored equilibrium to the surcharged atmosphere Great drops pattered on the pine boughs but Margaret her eyes wet with happy tears was not conscious of tIle pelting rain for in that second when lake and woods had stoo5i distinct atjd clear silhouet ted against that Unearthly brilliance In that instant of vision had been re veuled the picture of a man and a maid a picture old when time was young Billy Morris kissing Belen Margaret cried Lassiter hoarsely Oh Margaret you saw you heard Belen Is going to marry Billy Morris and you you are going to marry me arent u Margaret w she lifted her facejto hIs i OOCCDCOOOOOQOOCOOOOQOOOOO6 P The Steersman gf the g g Thomas Jefferson g oooqciooooooqoooocooooooco Original During the SpanishAmerican war there were certain naval vessels that were manned entirely by volunteers One of these a converted cruiser the Thomas Jefferson was under command of Captain Diman a regular officer The names for reasons which developsIfor awhile and the cflptairi sent for his daughter to come down fora visit Later the captain was ordered to take his vessel north where the crew were to bedlscharged and she was to return to the merchant service Whether or no tile captain violated a naval regulation in taking his daugh oneIeral times while she lay in Havana harbor and had held her own reasons for wishing to return in her Another truth is that the captain did uotjknow that she was on board till he was steaming along the South Carolina coast and when he foundrit out he nearly had a fit However there Is a special reason for his being thrown off his equilib bJsdaughterIjjg on deck at two bells in the even luga beautiful moonlight night he saw something fluttering from a snug corner amidships either behfutl a inn theIa shipl Some siy it was not amid- shIps at an but cl nrnft behind the binnacle1 The hitter is more likely for the captain came up from his cabin in the stern of the vessel Anyway he saw something that looked like a ribbon standing out In the breeze He investigated and stumbled on his daughter sitting snug against a com mon Jackie There is no record of what passed be tween the two except that the young lady went Immediately below As for the Jackie the captain disdained to hold him accountable for his daugh ters actions and took no notice of him any more than If he hadnt been there The captain was sorry afterward that he hadnt for it occurred to him that he would like to know what sort of looking fellow his daughter had been sitting up against He had not remetn bered that he was commanding volun teers some of whom had in their veins the best blood in the mud commmldedIasoon as the secret of her being on board was put she was all over the ship Interfer- Ing with its discipline monkeying with the guns trying to Induce officers and men to break rules and otherwise mak ing herself a nuisance that is to the commander for thereat considered her very good fun Her father watched to see If she gave any one a preference Of all the things lie dreaded most was her marrying in poverty But he ould see no difference In her treatment of either officers or men Indeed she made no difference between helD but thfcapt was only man aboard bind to the fact that his daughter wasP carrying ona dfesperate affair with the Jackie with whom he had caught tier sitting in a corner One day this same jadkie was at the wheel The captain came up the from his cabin looked otfrelUem1ber vessel in her course He noticed that she always pointed true tO1 the helmsman he said You steer very well my man The Jackie saluted respectfully Have you picked ujj steering aboard tills ship added the captain No sir tills is the first timo Ive had the wheel Where did you learn Hln the Atlantic and Mediterranean mostly Hyimt kind of vessels Only a yacht yf Whose My own The cqptain paused He thought of the volunteer service and the different kinds of men who volunteered Then he asked another question in a slightly different tone Whats the size of your yacht About 1500 tons V t Hm said the captalnj and walked for vard The Jefferson sailed Intdjnje ottheI nary yards on the ew Enband coast the crew were mustered out and the vessel put out of commission On the evening after this was effected a card bearing a name Captain Diman had never heard of came to hUn in his quarters He received the visitor a young man dressed In the height of fashion who smiled and said You dont remember me captain Ive just come front serving under your Command I dont recall Im the man who was sitting with Yes yes I remember sir And the steersman whom you spoke to one day I see Ive cometo ask for your daughters hand When the captain recovered his equa nimity he said uMarian has nothing I suppose you can take care of her comfortably I can if the interest on eight millions will do It if not we shall have to economize till my grandmother dies when Ill get six millions more rI think Ill haTe to let her go the captain FLORENCE GIL1BERT PUBLIC I- SALE I Thursday I December 5 I Having decided t move to Indiana I will offer for sale n the aboye cit e at my home place at Kell s Shop the following Two good work horses two good driving horses one yearling Chester Dare filly pair pf4yearolc work mules one suckling mare mule colt 3 cows one mule one sow and pigs andsome stock hogs one thoroughbred boar a lotof baled hay Two buggies one goodIharness and a lot of other farming im plementsA good new tobaccoiplariter Household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale to begin at 130 p m WALTER THOMPSON S M Campbell Auctipneer PublicSaleSaturday November 23 IAs I have sold my farm I will offer the following property for sale on the abovedate near the Cross Rpads where Bt F Qolvin now lives One work mare 9yearsold1 work mare4yearsold 2 mares 2yearspld all four of these mares are in foal 1 2yearold mare by Leachmaiisj horse 1 work horse 9yearsold yearling colt suckling colt yoke of steers 2years old 2 milk cows arid cJives 2 fat hogs sow and 9 shoats 20 head of sheep Two wagons and 1 good 1horse agoniir1 buggy and harness broom machine a few farming implements and household and kitchen furnitureiThe above property will be solpon 12 months time ColtinISALE BEGINS at 10 OCLOCK A M J rt Commissioners Sale J R Harmon etc Plaintiffs vs W 0 Harmon etc Defendants v By virtue of judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit ortrendered at the October term thereof 1907 in the above styled cause I shall thepremisesI THURSDAY NOV 28 19Q7 Upona credit of 12 and 3 years The land to be sold is near Mackville ntyKyBeginning at a stone corner to dower in John B Litseys line thence N 33Jc E 107 poles to a Beech tree thence N JoshTumeyswith Tumeys line N 57f W 99 J poles to a stone on the West side of the road corner to the heirs then e N 371 E 47 J poles to a stone thence SA 311 E thelJceSthence S32 J W 66 J poki na stone corner to dower thence S 67JWS 100 poles to the beginning cciing one hundred and twenty two 122V acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained on Bidderswith these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN MrsB B Leachman has for sale turkeysTomsFr M Shewjnaker Rt 3 has for sale twenty 80 pound shoats i L A Burns Springfield has for sale a nice lot of mules A C Kimball Springfield has for sale tour dozen Brown Leghorn hens andthree cockrels SpringfieldKYBronze turkeys Toms 4 hens 2 50 For sale a nice lot of M B turkeys Healthyandble prices Address Miss Eliza Mclh tire RF D No 5 Telephone 99 1 long 1 short j L Allen Springfield wants to buy a lot of c8rn and oatsitJIC L Grundy R RNo 1 has for sale a 125 pound Chester White maleS hog MfSJ M Cecil Fredericktown BufWandottand a small lot of purebr Jiisaletwentyfive J about 50 pounds X j t 5S