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Ivi tv i ie l11i r t Jrtin I It UU 1 t r IDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I z VOLUME II ISPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 1907 J o NUMIEI5I HI uNHIITROSISUBCRIPTON IJO PEtrYEA CASE = L H H tBt1aikf11 L l j t iThie Republicans have the eiectiL- certificatestthe Demo rats have tle U 5Ip No man has so many shadows in His llfthat he pan not fine some S for which tot be thankf i nShjr1e A start1in reduction in tile price bf j irS tollowsithe electioi pf a Republi can governor of Kent c cy 7 i The man who contends that farm ersrhave n rigqt to organize arid demand higher prices jor the produc s of the farm snot the farmers frIen Roosevelts order totcit from the twentydollai gold piefrljiff futurie inae the vords In ijifaye the newspaper paragrapher the chance of his life j Every man woman andcblldhas something to be thankf il for If you n ink of anything else thank the tm Columbus wFo found band Washingtonwhosavedius Howard G9uIdvfo is suing his wife for divorce Advertises that he will not be responsiblb fQr her debts Howard ns wise Justj suppose he should have to- zpy a couple winter millmr tffallanery bills The tobacco trust is not the only ttrust that continues in usiness at the sameold stand Forex ample the white Wffii Thoughouf the land tomorrow 4 great host ofourame cornerfellov4 citizens willGIVE than cs but a gr a many of the aresaid fellowcitizens wpuldnt givje ten certs to a hungry widow I A stubborn mule anc a bad temper arSharcl to control but in the naturajl course pf events both I ecpme mild ant tgredsable jukaa swalien stream comes placid after the c verflow empties qnto larger Jhannet tISome o fth I Republic in leaders 1ainI thatrthe country is full of moneyl pthatwe have nearly 4 per capita and there is no danger of a panic But eorfgiarated frum ur per ca liter MR WATTEftSOH AID THE CJ I The JDemocpatic party in Kentucky Courier1JouiaemT thats t6e questio i In 1896 they t JeiMhe ptfrty but latei the party persuaded f the great editoi and his paperi to come back They c ime repenting Mr1Wttterson prodigals had returned to stay and bej Sfpod J but in Is little wl lile they again j left the parental roof aAd for the past- four or five years they iaye been dart ing in arid out tracking our floors with Republican ntud Wh t is the party to do with Mr Vat erson and the Courier Journal The c uestion is a se rious one AJ7e cant uss em back ie cant sugdrteat em backwe cant put salt on their tails and catch tern and we cant jshjsw em very far away We might catch Marse Henri in a po- icalpfficetrap Wh tbait one Srf the Fifth district Congressional t lP P find shew him to ii hell bite and 1etc f ugh1t 1 r 1 THE FAIHER AND THE TRUST A trust laying behind it unlimited means is a power tiat is hard to corn bat We v ho earn our bread by the sweat of ou r brows are as little fishes in the arms of the octopus and if we meet it in an effort to slay it we must attack with a united etermined army Uriike the farmer the trust is organ ized for the purpose of making richer the rich The farmer organizes for selfprotection he organizes that he may enable himself to giye his family the necessaries of life that he may keep the olf frcra his door He hdoesnt wan to eru he doesnt want tobecrush REDISTMCTING IThe following f special from Leitch field Ky appear din thouisville Evening Post Consider bid in erest has been aroused he e thro gh perusal of then w legislative districting bill drawn biIltloesconnItyttives district p pulation Tiie old senatorial cistrict of Grayson Hardin andBu1httjhow er is done away standlngGraysonarrangement woulchange a rockrib usuallysafelyCert iply Grayson county tis to be left just as U is in one legislative dIs- trict Gray on giv s a Republican ma jority 4f f om 30 to 500 arid can al ways bej couited upon to deliyerto the Legislative Halls it Frankfort a Re publican member f the Legislature But noitice jthat Se lator Bennetts bi ll will recommend hanere in the Senatorial di triqc composed of the counties of Grayson Hardi i and Bullitt This district is D mocra ic but he wants to make it Repjiblican by dropping Bullitt and putting in Butler giving the Re publicaris a majoril y of about 500 In this way iblicans want to re district ttifRep Duririg campaignHon T Scott strong and logical speeche in this co nty pointed out to Democrats the dangers of a Republican redistilctii4bill hoUld it become a law He stowed n a clear way that Kentucky COj1dbe edistrictetl so that we could not elect but four out of the eleveh Congressmei that our appel late districts with the exception of two could be gen yniandered into the Republican column and that the most of our Judicial Seii atonal and Legislative districts could also be arranged in such aj way as to g lye the Republicans ajnajority of our Circuit Judges and a majdrity of th members of both- branchs qf the Legislature Senator Bennetts bill ho Id it become a law vould Iprioduc3e results as predicted l by Mr Mayes sgiving day the TomorroTThatl is to be thankful hIllLegislature and i the Democratic members in that ody have fas much sense as common j ys theY Vlll see to it that the Benne t redistricting bill gets aj black eye a broken nose a bruised head a funeral and a coffin Let lis suggest gain as we suggested last week hat if the Republi cans of kentucky really want the State redistricted that th jy permit the Democrats ijo redistrict it in the same way that thfe Republican j have redistricted Ohio Indiana New York and all other iRepublican SJtes The careless fellow and the shot gun I are very dangerous v a l iJ TI1JI THE LEAGUES TELEGRAM The fpllowing editorial appear ed in last weeks LaRiie CicSiinty Herald hIt is really too late to refer to the results of the r cent eleCtion but it might not be cut of place to remark that the untimely and unwarranted action of Messrs Young and Collins of the Anti Saloon League not only put the Democratic opportunities to the bad but seriously cause of the AntiSaloon eague The tele grams ithat they sent out on the eve of the electipn were the cause of the de feat of mbre than one Democratic can PItythatings to dominate over their interests in the work of fighting the saloon One RogersGoregrams se1t out in his counties that defeated him while a more loyal man to the AntiSaloon League could not be found than Rogers Gore Their desire to elect Republicans and defeat Demo crts overweighed their desire to put men in the next Legislature who would help fight the saloons where fighting could be done Without a word against betsound a taan in that respect as is he defeatedYoung usefulnessisthe whole people to win in the saloon fight That they can neyer get If they have not undone much of the srood work that was done it is a blessing fort e cause they have represented theItheiI5emocratic State ticket in Ken tucky more than 500 or 600 votes but we do believe that the tele gram was resoonsilple tor the defeat of more than pne legislative candidate Not that it took from these candidates a sufficient num ber of local option Democrats to bring about their defeat but that it caused a sufficient number of Republican and Prohibition voters who had intended to vote for local option Democrats to vote their straight party tickets There is not a doubt in our mind that the telegram has crippled the State AntiSaloon Leaguepos sibly in an irreparable way We can 1t beljeve as The Herald believes and as many others no doubt believe that Messrs Col lins and Young are guilty oftpo litical trickery We are personally acquainted with Mr Collins and we honestly believe his heart is in the a 1tis loon work The sending of that telegram so far as hewas concerned at least was in our candid opinion an error of the headnot a malicious error of the heart He was doubtless illadvised He may have been urged on by men who want to see the AqitiSaloqn League destroy edJ and who knew thut it could be dealt no harder blow than the sending of that telegram Level heads as well as true heartsvr are very essential to the upbuilding of a great cause Of ten the mistake of a moment de stroys the work of a year The State A tiS loon League now occupies the unenviable position of haying both political parties ip Kentucky afraid ot it Neither party however is afraid that the League can influence its members t0 any great extent in po litical contests and in this way bepome dangerous but each party believes an alliance with the League will take from it the whisky vote The Democratic party through Gov Beckham gave the AntiSaloon League weapons with which to fight its battles in Kentucky if it didfnot giyet it its very existencej YettheLeague forgetting the debt it owed sent broadcast over Kentucky a telegram which ma way advised its followers to support the Republican State ticket It was a sad day for the AntiSaloon League Why Because it can not ask Democratic members of the Legislature to assist itit can ndt expect them to become coworkers it matters not if the cause is a righteous one Democrats will work alone but we believe they will follow the dictates of honest consciences As an evidence that the League wields no yerv great influence over its own members when VIJIImportant Meeting An important ra eeting of the A S of E Locals of Washington county will be held at Pleasant Grove next Satur day afternoon atl oclock Some important business is to be attended to and it is that local in the county will breprJsented Gone To Illinois J Mr W L Graham the wellknown stockman of Cardwellleft yesterday morning for Paris Ills wlere he will sell a lot of valuable horses Mr Gra ham is a member of the stock firm of Graham Perkins and is one of the best judges of stock inthis section He will remain iiv Illinois for about two weeks Buys Interest In Business Mr R C Canary has purchased a onehalf interest inthe cgar manufac turjne business ofMr J A Johnston and in the future the firms name will be Johnston Canary Mr Johnston and Mr Canary are both popular gen tlemen and no doubt will ontinue to do a good business Will Be Married Tomorrow MrC Canary and Miss MollieB Taylor of Fenwick will be married in Springfield tomorrow afternoon and will reside here Mr 9anary haying rented the Leachman property ori Leb anon Hill Mr Canary is well and fav orably known tot Washington county peopleand has a host of friendsboth lIL Springfield and in the community in which the resides who extend to him congratulations His brideis an excel lent woman and is well liked by all who know her The Death of William F Booker Evening Post In the tragic death of William F Booker Louisville loses one 04 her most highly respected merchants mid one of her most valuable citizens Mr Booker was trained from his youth u4in the strictest principles of com m r activity A man of unusual sa gs city and sound judgment he was well fitted for any position responsibility Choosing commercial pursuits he de- v ted his time and his personal quali ties to the promotion of his business in tc eats but lie did not neglect his per soial duties finding in his relations With family and friends that rich re ward which success in business does not a1waycommand Mr Booker was a fine type of the American merchant retiring in his dis position but Interested in the work that makes for the advancement of any it comes to voting in political contests we cite the recent legislative race in Marion county In that county Mr Bzrr Democrat was defeated by Mri Ja 3Kson Republican Marion county is largely Democratic and the votes for local option in that county it is ck imed will outnumber the wets by at le st 1000 Mr Barr was a strong ad vocate of local option and worked or it in the fight in Lebanon last summer he worked and voted for all local option measures while a member of theLegis lature Mr Jackson was a whisky man and we are informed worked and voted to keep whisky in Lebanon yet he defeated Mr Barr by over 100 Votes This is only one case many others could be cited but it is enough to snow that dry Republicans ex cepting a limited fewwill vote for wet Republicans against dry Democrats while wet Democrats will vote for wet Republicans against dry Democrats POlitics is politicspolitics is hell The finaacial situation is said to be getting better but there are many of uSsWho are afraid otrelapse I i J t it j k community His death at the time when he had reached his highest use fulne s is more than a personal loss to his friends it is a loss to the entire community High School j Notes The reports from the different rooms show continued success along educa tional lines The work is gratifying to the instructors with few exceptions The introduction to the Gypsy family is one of the pleasant pastimes of our girls By all means seek an introduction However in most cases it is not compulsary The Literary Society held a call meeting last Friday at 230 p m Prof Golvin held the chair and the following officers were elected without a dissent ing voice Knight Handy President Davison Reed Vice President Annie jSchmenk Secretary and Dudley the little man sergeantat Arms we ante sure of peace On next Wed nesday afternoon the boys and girls will fire experimenting argumentation at the Question Resolved that labor unions Snd corporations should leave their disputes to an arbitration commission which is to be appointed by the President It is hoped that the opposing sides will face the conflict fairly Bribery having been charged against Prof Kesner in the last debate he says It is better for the Napoleonic side to have an excuse of bribery than to meet the question of defeat or say Sour grapes J The Christmas entertainment looks m everyway very hopeful It is understood thatthe wit and eloquence of publicfight the brave fight with argument and the reciters wijl paint pictures too vivid for the mind to forget If our ship comes in after the exercises we hope to give banquet We are glad to have the Trustees visit us at anytime However we nope to invite them on that occasion The Eighth Grade after havIng to memorize the great quotation oh advice from Shakespeares Hamlet were told that the next one was on Mercy The minds of twentyseven were so moved that this sentence come unam mously as from the lips of one hopeS you will have mercy on us v We are glad to note that two of our best students Jrio Roberts and Beulah Arnold who have been sick for some few days are able to be out again ThurmondHaney Danville Advocate Miss Effie Thur mond daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 J Thurmond of this city and Mr W H Haney a law student from Shepherds yule were quietly married yesterday afternoon at five thirty by Elder H C Garrison paster of the bride at his home on Lexington avenue The wed ding comes as a surprise to the many friends ot the young peoplein this city Mr Haney is one of the brightest young men in the law school and hasmany warD friends among the student body while the bride is one of Danvilles most attractive young women They left on the six oclock trainfor Cincin nati where they will be for a few days and will make their home in this city until Mr Haney completes his studies The bride is wellknown in Spring field having frequently visited here the guest of Misses Myrtle Price and Nell Greene Her many friends herej extend congratulations and wish for her many years of conpubial bliss Notice All persons haviner claims against the estate of P C W Peterson are direct ed to present same properly proven before me on or before the first day of February 1908 Will hold my sittings at clerks office in Springfield Ky to receive claims and hear proofJon Tues day and Thursday of eachweek M G LEACHMAN Mcwcc Notice To Debtors t Haviig dispsed of my grocery I earnestly request all parties indebted to me t3 callance and settiiei LIZZlE OAMiBELL 4L rt PRETTY WEDDiNG Miss Lydia Thomas Duncan aad Mr Alexander Lewis Jenkinf Marf ry at Today High NoonI A home wedding of unusual beauty and brilliancy was solemnized vi v Springfield today at high noon Rev RE C Lawson of the Presbyterian church linking together the livesand destinies of Miss Lydia Thomas Duncan anc Mr Alexander LewisJenkins Mr Jenkins is Instructor of Mechan4 ical Engineering in the University of Cincinnati and is recognized as one of the leading educators of thatjcity His bride isa daughter of Mr and Mrs George Davison Duncan of Springfield and is one of fhe citys attractive and accomplished young women iI The ceremony a pretty onaiperformed at the home of the ides parents in the presence of afew friends and relativss The bride and t f groom stood dire tly beneath an imprp4 vised altar to which were tastefully r arranged five white wedding bells The parlor was beautjfully decorated with foliage plants palms ferns aspara j gras and white chrysanthemums The darkened room lighted by candles gave a be utitur effect The color schemes were white and green herdbLotherMr WalhiceCDuncan another brpth er of the bride was bOat man The music was furnished by Miss SueA Rayon the guitar accpmpaniedVby Miss Mayme Allen Mendellsohns 5 wedding march was rendere1 as Miss Duncan and Mr Jenkins entered the bridal chamber and during thevcere mony Schuberts Serenade was rendered in a sweet and charming manner The bride was married in a three piece traveling suit with hat to match and carried a shower buquetof white roses This afternoon Mr and Mrs Jenkins r left for a bridal trip after whichithey will be at home In Cmcmnatif l t The bride and groom receiyed quite ai large number of beautiful and costlT presents Many friends in Washington county and elsewhere extend to the bride and groom congratulations They hope that these twos who have today atth t sacred altar linked their lives will f find naught in lifes great voyage butf calrh seas and skies t IMOORESYILlE Hc Messrs Will Huston and Hustony Wakefield spent Tuesday in LouisyillWf Mrs Josie Settle who has been ill of lagnppe is much better Mr A W Eddleman wife and hiV 3ren and Miss Fairye Lyddane ere guests of P A Lyddane and iamily Sunday ij Mrs J M Wall and Miss Margaret Smith who have been verY ill of ty phoid fever are improving J Mr Thomas Truax and son Daniel of Taylorsville were guests of Jarnes Truax and family last week Miss Nancye Ellis is visiting Mrs Tea EIardinfMr V H Yancey and wife gpetit Sunday with Mrs Lucy Sale Miss Emma F Wall of Louisville is visiting relatives at this place 7Miss Margaret Lyddane was the guest of Misses Yancey Sunday Mr McFarlandspent Sunday withj8 Mr Virgin tt TEXAS Mrs Wilhelm Peterson has returned t home from Pittsburg Pa where she has been for the past six months Rev J W Campbell and family left for Harrodsburg Tuesday where they will make their home Mrs Margarita Bosley died last Wed nesday November 20 Her remain were interred in the Pleasant Run cthL etery The people of this community extend their sympathy to the btrticvedy fat inedqri1it Mrs Hatchett enter a number of her friends at dmnslasL Wednesday MrV Clarence Goode pf mcheftfr is visiting his relatives near r f j 14 I f i t t l 2- 1T1Ei L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 1907 J IT b 41i t MERCHANTSIr SIII AD VERTISE6Vt 1r viseand judicious Advertisers first study the wants of their Matrons knd ten Select the Best Medium Through which to putfpublicIl t i 1 I Ii7T f1 J 1NSprlnget r Id Sunt t Is fecoirnized as the best paying medium through which the merchants of county acquaint the public with their goods The I SUN goes into every n ok and corner of the county into the homes of the best people is read by men women and children alike endnt C umns are a s guide to W in- I the pur haling of of alb kInds T I i i T dyed se jfl The Sun and l j GetResultsLakes0- I PLEASANT GROVE- i i Miss Erie Montgo aery has returned to her home in Lebanon accompanied by Miss M bel Thorn son Miss M yme Don lly spent Sunday with Miss JLavenia 0 onnor t iMiss Ella Sweeney of Grundy Or phanggespent a f w days last week with Miss Mabel Tho ipson Misses I ranees Lit sey Susie Edger MYGregory N Thomas J Hr Hopper and Mr Boss ijeachman ittehded the Sun i diy school conventi n at Texas last Thursday Mrs S Po Thomas n and Mrs Bli Litsey are visiting i elatives in Louis l ville this wjek H 7d Mrs J H Hopper spent Saturday znd Sunday with Dr and Irs WHatt at Willisbiurfir f MrMit Leachnr n and Miss Sue Edgerton aid Mr Nst Thompson verb among those who att ended the Macca SaturdaynightMr J W Thorn pson has returned home afrer a mont s visit to his sister in Texas Miss Eleanor Reed i pent several days last week with Mis Harvey Vanars dale Mrs Huh Noe a dson visited her I parents lastf week I ittle Catherine Tl lompson is spend mg the wee k with he aunt Mrs Mar 4tinMrs Ajrc is Brown Isited Mrs Ster ling ThonJDson Saturday and Sundawith Mr and fs David Litsey Mrs B ll itsey Su day The Tei jeers Ass ciation met last Saturday a week ajpo There was a interaesting program ren ered by teachers r and pupiljs pf the diff rent schools and least was the bountiful din 1iwas mu h enjoyed by all present Miss Berdia Edgert n is visiting Miss Harvey V utrsdale this week Miss Ella Shaunt spent Saturday and Sundayat the home of Mrs Litsey Mr ana Mrs Mi rphy and son of Qorbin are yisidng friends in this netghborh dd Mrs Hojlaway and aughter ot Kan sas are guests of Mr L M Gregory Mr an Mrs Don ally and son Joe Mrs Polinjsand Mrs Scannell spent Sunday Mr a id Mrs James OConnor1 Mrs Lizie Crow is visiting Mrs W a iDuncan his week randMrs J N Kelly were In thstneighborhood Su ay Miss Frances Litseji visited iss Jen j IirI z 7 t l r 1me Leachman las week Rev and Mrs W1 Overstreet spent Satuijday night at the Keene home Mr and MJis Yr H Lea hman spent Sunday with Mrs Alice Thompson The Reason Quigg The pIa a for improving the roads and sinew Iks was voted on at the meeting last i tight and Stokes was the only ne who apjiosed it Rooms ITm Sto ies Js In the boot and shoe business rB ooklyn Life J CARPWELl II PariIIsbe gone two week tI L E Perkins j of Battle mp ed to Tablow Tuesday 4 i A Wilham tt Tuesday f9r ParIs IBIs to spend Th nksgivihg t LUCVMIIIIand wife dined wi h E T Perkins Sun dayrMy Bei Friend Alexander Ben on who lives on Rural Route l Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kinp s New Discovery is my best earthly fi iend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also per ormed a wonde ful cure of incipient Consumption for my sons wife Th first bottle elide i the terrible cough and this accompli bed the other symptoms left ne by o le until she was per tectly welt Dr Kings New Discov crys power dve coughs and colds i simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled t Fully guaranteed by Haydon obertson Druggists 506 und 100 Trial bottle free Subscribe for Th i Sun 100 year ISubscribe Hrt McINTIRE Hog killingseems to be the order of havngIall the farmers through this vi cinity are through gathering corn Mr Cleyer and Hill after spending a few months in Louisville has returned to his home at t iis place Mr Twrman Keene and wife were the pleasant guests of relatives in Bardstown Sunday and Monday IAmong those who attended services at the Baptist church from this place on Sunday night last were Misses Emma Ensor Bertha Keene Dissie Hill Cleverland Hill and Paul Keene We were greatly surprised to hear ot the death of Victor Corbett which oc curred at his home near Holy Cross on the 16th inst uf pneumonia He icavco a wife and six small children to mourn his loss He frequently visited here being a nephew of Mrs Hillory Mcln tine was a popular and worthy gentle man His remains were interred at St Ruse the following day Miss Lossie Fields a nd Sister Mary Rose spent Monday the guests of Miss Lucy Blanford Weddings seem to be all the 50 in this locality three publications at St Rose on Sunday last The contracting parties were as follows Mrs Annie Nally and Mr ikpf Mudd Miss Liz zie Mudd and pac RibhardMudd Miss Mary Doling and Mr Jim Nally Mr T E Ballard sold to Ed Poling one nice young mare rice paid 125 Mrs Josie Hendren of Gasburg visr ited friends here last week Mrs Mpjlie AuberrVj of Frederick town accompanied by her Jittle daugh ter was the guest o friends here recently Mr Thomas Wheatly ispn the sick list Mr Johnsto r of Louisville IS visiting relatives at this place BROOKVllLE j aeMr E Steel wasvery seriously hurt last week by being kicked by a horse Those who dined with Miss Nora Hunsgate ate Hurbert Shewmaker Robert Noel Bell Birch Olive Sutton Edgar Wilson Hester Noel and Oscar Shirley Several pf the young folks attended the oyster supper at Mackville Friday Tiight Mr R D Riley who was badly hurt r 1 in a sawmill is no better Mr George Colvin is in Louisville for a few days IMr Morris Lanham of Cornishville this place Saturday Mr B F Colvin and family and Mrs Noel and family will leave shortly for Illinois where they will make their fu ture home Miss Hester Noel spent last Wednes day with her aunt MFerrellof WillisburgDame reports a redding soon Another liegrncy Lot Tommy Grandpa will you please blow this candle out Grandpa Why Tommy Tommy Because I hea d pa say wr get 2000 when you snuff out The Old Masters uI make more money In a day than Michael Angelo made In a month said a popular Illustrator Ive been studying up the wages these oldchaps got It Is amazing Michael Angelo was nld40 a thrbattlehelped him got the same rate They were both docked for late ess and off cln slJut there was no overtime allow ance Corregglo got for his Christ In the Garden 725 Carni cis Resur reef on only brought the pinter 650 Albert Durer for his pen iud Ink poi traits was not paid in cas A bag of flour a hundred oysters a pair of bootsDurer would gladly do your portrait on such a system cf remunera tionRembrandts top notch price was 475 He got that for his rNight Watch Velasquez worked chi fly for the Spanish government He was paid at the average rate of 3C a pIcture Think of itt Thlrty fie d liars for the Rokeby Venus Miinieipoiia Jour gal II IIL I I Washington merejiandise r No 741441r acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres landsometimberNo 74125 acres on good pike 1 mile from school close to stocIrin grass fine orchard a bargain at 2250 per acre No 75277k acres in J mile of Springfield on pike 2 new to v bacco barns 1 small house a stable plenty of grass and water One of the finest farms in Washington connty cheap No 76114 acres 6 miles trom Lebanon on good pike good 6 room dwelling 2 good barns all outbuildings all farm grass 30 acres orchard grass well watered under good fence 55 per acre pikeplentyofI Springfieldant houstc birn quo L 30 ft lerty 01 grust fine tobacco land all necessary outbuildings well watered under good fence Price 50 per acre h No 82215 acres 10 miles from Sprngfield on good pike 3 miles from depot S room frame in n plentyI ofIIr if road Troom dwelling m good repair barn holds 4 acres oftobacco 75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacco land plenty of 10 t i custs good fence plenty of water Price 2000 J No 877U acres 3 miles from Springfield J mile from 5VV goodfenceJ t i No 88114acres 1 mile from Mackville J mile from pike 8P 1 room dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 acres of fine tobacco land good tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre No 89202 acres 2 miles North of Springfield 10 acre tobacco j0 barn 7 room dwelling plenty of water all the year around plenty tobaccofarms lNo 90260 acres 8 miles from Springfield 9 room brick dwell ing in good repair farm well fenced 2 good barns wIllhouse 12 F 1 acres of tobacco 80 acres of first bottom rest second bottom orie Jfpike 2 miles from depot Price 50 per acreI r f B O LAKE 1Sprlnfllldt THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL I iiirOM EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortfcttime and smallest expense and prepares the young people for the beat P91iti fctMtandplaces all graduates in good positions having many more calls thannh ijfejor to school 1035 Fourt Ayen11e Louuayille Ky c lIRu1IrUIITIII tt l i i TT1I lA 7 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 907 1 J J 4 WIL IS ORG 4 4QKvgive ir e the joy of living deAWith loyal heart and true Do we realize that the famous Amer ican Than 8givin inniyersary has a rural signi icance i in fact an agri cultural he liday F rst the President offfche Unit d States sets the pace and chooses a day near tl e close of Novem b b Then he Governor of each of the States follow ratifying the day chosen andca11ing upon all rood people to observe it as a day pJ Ti1a lsgivinof praise and of prayer 1r and A rsv S T Calvin of Springfield spent one dy last week with the latters parents at th s place Mrs A B Well and Miss Cora Tint spent Monday i n Springfield ikr EIm re Yuagjr of Lexington spent last week withLIS brother S B Yeager atthisplzee jl W Jenkins of Mboresville Indi is yisiting rlative at this place Mrs Lizz e McMil en spent seVeral days last we 2k in Louisville rsM A Spirl jy and daughter Miss Elizab thx visr ed Mrs H H T lastI stI1lastcounty Hilton and amily spent Sunday with Grrer and wife Mrs h is returned home after a seve ral days tay wiVh her sis ter i Mrs All m Sutton The sale of Georg Colyin was well attended andeverythi g sold well Ju 4 Measuring by Hand t Two strangers in New York from the rural regions were st oiling along the Battery wall one da AJ policeman toyed gayly with hi tasseled billy One of the Irmers r marked Cobe ainjt it bout time wei ns wuz absquat ulitim It must be nigh on to 5 4oilock Tra n leases at ibalf past Cob approacied the UcemanClSay Mr Cop kit ybu tel me when the sun feet he skedW Talnt set yet pfficer reflied TOien do it setll lfw tit Jer hliik fJ er almana but je ort1er know sumpn fulandMTileThey did not te7Jd to wait for the us charge of the cannon A gentleman tn specs came along Be looked like a professor of sornetljinj Mister kin you jell us wh n the su a do set today faCertalnlculate Yes esl Tb sn sets today at exactly f ur min ijtes after 7 JThanicy sir Cobe to hlspartnerJ call timeUCobe arm on fl straight line fro n the shoulder bent his hand at right angles the four fingers close together and began to measure strip of sky from the hori zon beavenwaid In sightirig ihfe out side bf the litt e finger vas at the hori zon and the outside o the forefinger was just one h ur abov Each hand meant one hour Win t it be asked Cobe Two hiinds an r half replied his companIoQi Waal thet means two anet half less n 71 It half pas 4 In measurinf the hel bt of a horse I we strike nye tical line from the with ers ajnd say so many h nds as 15 1C l5bandty inches or five feet liigh The four fingers of the I and held at right angles to the arm null at am s length from the eye cover about seven degrees And an angle of seven degrees corre sponds to abe t 12 feet 2U1 inches in 100 feet or to 30 feet in 100 yards or to 045 feet in one mile etc With 4a little experi nce one can soon tell with tolerable adcuracj the height of mountains wit out the n se of expensive Instruments In telling the tiniQ it is necessary of c purse td have a pretty fat definie idea of the hour the sun sets New york Press 1 SRARRO1 tl Farmers are busily en aged strippip tobacco since Jtli e rain WjTBaxte bought all the turkeys in for w lich hjpaidll cents per pound Mrs Allie Harnett lost a valuable mare pne day last week It L Marti sold to W H Black a nice siddle and arness orge for 130 R N Nowels bought c Herbert Tiri filey one yearling colt Ji ck Starbright for 150 R L Marti bought of Louis Ware one work mare for 30 Cord is scarce in this icinity Most f of the farmers are bi ying hauling some distance and pa ing 250 per barrel Miss Jappa Barnett has returned home after ar extende visit in Kansas Mrs SE Vowels is pending a few weeks with he daught Mrs W H Black W T Best vife and caughter Miss Ruby i of Vay ide spe njt Saturday night ind Sunda with V C Cammack and family Mesdames T W and JD Suther ljid of Sycan ore Val ley spent last i nda with the latterls arents at this i9p1ce i tothe iife of H Romme I L 9f1 p Jon October SOUi a gir1Wluie Olm SimlsononWe were verr sorry to hear of the feat of JtJieDei locrats but hope that none of tHe Rep iblicans were crippled in the landslide The new churjh at Fair Mount is a Ibeauty sirtce jtbsbeen painted Sunday chool is prOgressin nicely- oldlat Fair Mount with a large attend ance eyery Sunday iTh 1d Story CBtwithout me Give us a neivone I told that same ory to your iotherBrownings agazIne MULDROGH ILI FMrLauraB Patrick aiid son sntSundays with WVR Scott nd family Airs Nancy S oft and neice Effie Coulte Edie Sims Winnie Scott Bet tie pardin and Od Hardin spenjb Sunday with John Gor on and family Mr Tom Coulte anti wife spentSat urday and Sunda with Mr Richard Harden atRockbri gee J tp Brewer who has been ill of pneumonia is able tfc be outagain Mrs Mary Ell ji Shields and Mrs Eatha Coulter ape tFriday night with Mr John Jenkins tid family Mr J A Couher was in fa Hl M leondaywThelh tThejoicing over W Cv McChprd being elected Representath He is a friend to the farmer and we hope he will be use l in our tobacco usiness Miss Jessie Nc was the guest of tMrswere in W llisbii r one dayxlast weeks on business s Miss Flossie A mstrong spent one day last week h 8fiVio Crtlilfot1 and mily 1rJ A Cpu er and wife were in Springfield ones d last weekpri busi 1Albert guests of J A Coulter or Inight last week Mr Tom Coulte and wife visited J4 A Coulter and fan ly last week Mr Cecil Coul r was the guest of Miss Effie Coulter e day last week A Narro Escapei G W Gloyd a icrchant of Plunk Moi had a narrc 7 escape ioilr years ago when he ran jimson bur into his thumb He says The doctor waited amputate it but would not consent bought a box f Buckled s Arnica Salve and that c red the dangerous wound 25c atH ydoh Rolertson- rugists New Zealand Magic From New Zoalan comes the follow jig weird yarn The tohunga flu lye magician was averi credited with the power of in fluencing the dead The present writer was a witness of lie following inci dentA branch Ot the Ara was the tribe of the district of Rotonia being war had suffered defeat and one of their braves had een brought home IdeadThe vanquisl id sought at once to find out by soiii oinen connected with the dead ch pf whether would1 be successful in their ucxten counter The tolmi ra was rcqu st id procure the desi U omen the pep ie squatting in a 11 tg about the bier A4vaucirig a few pjiqbs from the dead body tile priest lipgan to recite a powerful iiienritatlo intent on mak- Ing the decreased ghJl some sign the eyes ot all present heung fixed on the slain jvarrior pre tly the corpse was observed tomovj slghtlyjtp one side on whiqh n gri t cry y rose from the people 1711 inoveiiieit was iinterpreted as a sfgu c future victory This feat was often p rformedby the tohunga jofiolden ii es ChIcago News Dont palA imony ti be divorced fro n your appendix Ther will be no oci a ion for it if you keep your bowels re liar with Dr Kings New Life Pul s Their action is- os gentle that fiii a pt dndix never has cause to make the liast complain Guaranteed by JLyjlc i Robertson Druggists 250 hem oooccooccooooo O oOOOO bOGCGOOOGOGGQ X fOOGGCGCOGO Thc SP Sio- oooooeccooc Doocooooc- oxxQooooc DC0000000G t LL t 7 HILLSBORO Miss ZelmaJMcIlvoy of Sweet Re treat spent Wednesday night with Misses Zpra and Judith Montgomery thjs place Mrs Emma Baker and daughters Misses Susie and bertha Edgerton and Mrs J M Montgomery and little daughter Mary Ellen last Wed nesday with Mrs Otis Hsrmon Miss Maggie Montgonery returned home Saturday after spending several weeks with friends and relatives in pencer and Nelson counties Mr J A Coulter wife andchildren and Mrs Nan Scott attended meeting at Rock Bridge Sunday Mr J P Brewer is some better at his writing after an attack of pneu monia Messrs George and Creath Dean of Harrodsburg were in this vicinity Sun day Miss Zora Montgomery and little sis ter Katherin spent last Tuesday with Miss Jessie Noel Messrs George and John Clark and families spent Sunday with Mr L M I Iirk and family Misses Mau i and Eva Inrnail were guests of Misses Zora and Effie Montgomery last Friday Mrs J M Shields spent several days last week with her sisterMrs J B enkins who is very sick at present Mr J M Montgomery spentiast- riday and Saturday at Booker Mr Oph Settles of near Mackville pent last Tnursday night with Mr J S Inman and family Mrs Nan Scott spent last Tuesday with Mrs J M Montgomery Mr Otis Harmon was in Mackville one day last week How to Clean Carpets J r When freshly spilled ink can be re moved from carpets by wetting in th ilk the New York Journal Take tbetInlet it spread Then take fresh cotton caref1111yRepent il and milk each time After most of ink has been taken up in this way with fresh cotton and clean rUb the spot Cpntinue till all disappears then wash the in clean warm water and a little soaprinse in clean water and rub tH Jle If the ink is dried in there is no way that will not- kethO color from the carpet as well 5 the ink unless the ink is on a while pot In that case salts of len on or s oft soap starch and lemon juice will remove the ink as easily as if on cotton He Looked Honest Rasriis omiff I spose uncle yp anwuldn1oes crabs Uncle SriowbollShoo boy I wouldii dijn be afraid to trust no man dnt had sich an open countenance as yo got A 2700iYoung Man A young man who was drawing 50 a month took a course at Clarks School of Business A year later he was get ting 2254a month 175 monthly increase 2100 yearly increase 21000 in 10 years Not so badEh jWhenhIsYour salary will increase at the time you are prepared to command itnot before Can a young person afford to- be without the training not by any means Can one afford to get it Most certainly YES when it can be had in Day ori Night session and require so short timeI12 weeks 4Tf6r Shorthand 16 weeks 50 for Book1e pingI5 a m nth night school 12 forjS months night school All graduates placed in good positions Many calls we can not fill Individual Instruction Home 2330 Cumberland 956 A South GLARKS SCHOOL OP BUSINESS 1035 4th Louisville Ky Bunions the way said the old shoemaker do you know what makes a obunlonNo Well It Is simply get Hug shoes too short In a short shoe the foot cannot follow the dictates of growth imposed by nature But itsim ply cannot keep from growing So the tissue and bone and flesh that shouicgo itbthe toes is simply sidetracked into a bunch wherever it can get the easiest and for mia bun ion Philadelphia North American ft t Dr W f Trusty 1 Practical DentistSPRINGfIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEIns- urance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire afd Accident r did Massachusetts Mutual always reliable theworld HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY it FFIEHOURS17to 9 a1 m o 8 p m Dr J C jidd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY IOFICE OVER J HAYDOXSjDmto STORE Offi e Hours 8 to 9 A M ito 2 p M Dr W WRay GEONIOffice over Haydon Robertsons Drug Store Office phone 115 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera HpuseIOffice phone No5 Residence No3SI MISS ELLA ADAMSI NURSE v TELEPHONES Day 49Night 109t T SCOTT hA YESIATTYAT LAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington IIandit 1McCIIORD ATTYATLAW L Springfield Ky Wili practicein all State and Federal Courts YD CLAYBROQKE ATTYATLAW i Springfield Ky Washingtonahdpeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW- V Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washiuffton counties and in court of Appeals ARSHAll DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Rpberfcion Building Will practice m the Courts of Wash C theburtpfS M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER j Springfield Ky Crying of public dales a specialty a reasonble IQHNJMAYESi Ak Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKy Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robej Telephone Day W Night CLUBBING RATLStWITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily CourierIJournal except Same includingSunthiy j 8 20 The and Courier Journal any three days in theweek- The 3 7tf Sun one year arid the dailyICourierJournal any days in the week six months 2 3QjThe Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The and the Louisville dailyIHerald one year The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4 iO i II SSSSSSSSSSSSS1 v4kiSI BD LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE tbarnI 15 per acre No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dvili good scqoohouseNo 4255 acres three rood barns two dwellings plenty of Igrass AH the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre timberoak 1 PricepertimberIgoodtimberlarge dwlling Will makflnp dairy farm on railroad Price 3750 pe acre UNo 16J196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pik on 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 goodstockbarn 80 acresvin blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 3p No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springhdld one good six room dwelling on good pike 31 miles from depot one mile from school rillroomdwellingofsprmgshouse carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 2c250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling acrestimberinSpringfield I 15acresplentYofNo 25248 acres 2 miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling barri5x60year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year fromBardstown smallbarnstorypaintedmachinety Price 60 per acre All limestone land wellfenced f ty for a home CheapSNo 35225 acres fine land in theiedeof Sprmgfiel Will PlentyofNo 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath rooii Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and and henj house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 8000INo 38480 acres six miles from Springfield on pike EarnWellNo 40Fiftyacres four room dwelling well fencied and watered good land gpod grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 f No 4122Oacres seven miles from Springfield eight mile from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this milkhOlseacre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfivei mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Finfe grass plenty tojbacco land peracre l No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Spripgfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre 7 offineland good fence price 3750 per acre tNo 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings onetenpcretobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of acres of clover price 2000 i No 49A farm containng 254 acres eight miles from Spring 1 field on good pike 8 room dwelling seven acre 4 plenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water tObacc1barn l posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per inCooneyty Good five room dwelling barn will hold 1wenty five acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard Schoolmiles NOwasteSlland on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre 53Agood investment in city property on Main streeti No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobaccuated in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre No 57163 acres 3 miles North of MackvilleonWillisburg pike 6 room dwelling Sacre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco land plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 pelj acre No 59133 acres 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 churchSr Price 30 per acreIi plentyoffrultNo 60 330 acres 3 miles from Spring eld brick dwelling 14 I plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 stockbarnacretNo 63ISO acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling onipike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco hirixenty of water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre No 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike Under good fence 5 room dwelling new S acre tobacco barn with metal roof j good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts 1acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acres Nb 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield 4 mile from pike 4 timber50 t S20 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 stockbarn75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre wellfencedPrice 60 per acre j No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre IBD Lake Springfield Ie 3 Ie 111 ee 24 i Hi li t4 I i LV j e I ir4 ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 O7 I BRINFI LD WN cj ISSUED I VERY WEDNESDAY DiLLAR BSCRIPTI ONE I I i Advance J AGGERS GC HE Editor and PubHshpr t JCatered at the ppatoffice at Springfield SKy for transmission through the r mails as secondclass matter f TERMS 0 SUBSCRIPTION bae Year 1xMo Bthsat5QThree I HrIn writing to have address changed mW ve the toffice to which your paper as well as the postoffice to which youjW4Jt sent1 l REPUBLICAN PLEASE EXPLAIN The dempcrs ts may be pardoned if they relieve he somberness of the present financ1al situation by a fiew- jokes jat expense of therepubli can leaders They have been told so often by the curbstone republican politicians that panics come when the dem Dcrats are in that repiiblicai l1 powe1 ways insure gcpd times t y rnust be a1lowd to smile a little t the very cleat and unanswerable PubIrcanHere we are in he full enjoyment of a high tariff which taxes the whole t fewIwhich we were told was apanacea and sure preventive fdr all kinds of financial and yet w repubja majority of tlie states and yel business is tiec4 up We were told that confidence was all that wast r necessary and i hat republican vic4 tories always gave confidence and here we are with our confidence dis turbed What does it meanCan the republican ty be fallible after all Is it possible thaireptiblicai4 leaders may make mistakes Cant it bethat republican times are not always good times The republicans Ihave claimed for sunshine and for shoWer cred1t seasons and for QPun crops Upon whom will they throw the responsibility now if farmers have to haul their wheat back hoHic because no one was willing totak 5 it In one town the democrats recalled the cartwheel Iclersusedsilver in 1896 and begged the privi lege of borrowingS those dollars in the absence of ordinary currency Ij Democrats can do their duty as citizens bcouDs ling courage and patience and by sugestingremedies that will furnish protectionr for the future and yet they can enjoy the fact that the pres nt J anic has ex ploded one of the rrostripotent argu ments that the repu jlicans have ever employed namely thata republican administration ins res good times land that a democrat administrrtion panicstTheyitted by history bt was so absurd that it ought not to have deceivedt anyone but it has dejceived many Exit this +choice bi pf buncombe that has done service in so many campaigns li = oner ci ningrPost anrdnces that the wild grape crop is a failure in ChrIs- ctian county It isahso announced that the hiicldeberrv crop in Mer i cer iIS badand tne broomsedge fields in Hancockjae suffering for rain s sm 11and knotty in LaRue and theceiar trees dying in Nelso Yet Roose velt forJr4 C e1Panlc IV I f JawsttaJnbemadethat pie healthy That may be true bqi legislation of that nature vwpuid be a ainst 1rJ e interest jof tfrdoctor friends t t t i 4i C I1STMAS TIMES 0r Thf i r or the voman who c 19 l1 forward in a great flood toy to thecoming of Christmas J is indeeda peculiar and unfo tinate being Just one thought of the happy AMletide days ought to fillthje soul with sweet rmisic and crowd into the heart bodndless and measurable exultation There are no other days thati bring with i iem such a flood of sweet memories We celebrate id commemoration of the birth of tihe worlds greatest and prettiest characterJesus Christ of N Zthwho came into a world ov 0rcurtain 01 suffering upon the crossVthrough His blooq gave to eachofus a promise of Life Eternal ttat the right hand of His Father in theIChrlstavenue for thought andour minds wander back to the happy laughing days of childhood and we live again with the dear old friends of the long ago the misty past xecbmestne happy living pres entT1 see little sister little brothers e wind our own little arms about the neck of father we plant ai kiss upon the brow of mother and from the bottom of a grateful childheart nve thank old Santa fGlausfor the oerflow ing stocking Do you iot see the panorama dear reader Can you not go this moth nt back to the lost days ofh prJv childhood and imprint upon your mind some of the pictures that have laded away Ride in the vehicle of thought opr the traces of the dead past dear friend jand yjou will find long the way great storehouses Jin which are crowded golden memories Among t e- golden memories there may pe many that are sad and drka d dreary into every life some rain must jfall but let us dismiss the u happy oughts arid let us flood the soul with The lost sunshine of days gone by But in our owi happiness let us not forg t tha we should = deavor to inake others happ Let each of us II ookabout us for some unfrtirnate child whose f heart cab be mac e glad with an oerflowing istockingi Did you ever think a oiitH ow much hap piness a s aUs im from your uurse could bring abouthom- uqh sting it coul take from the heart of some poor fellows child and how irJ after years when the child is grown up it will look back upon tqe Christmas of 1907 rpemonesirtLET US ftOT FORGET Occasionally weh aran indi vidual ridiculing sentiment refer ing to the sentimental as dreamers We pray characters of that class We believe that God Al mighty Hims 11 pities them we know thedevll loves them Let us tell yoi something dear brother the nian br woman or child who has no sentimental lamp in the soul will grope through the world in cjarkness and at the end of lifes roug pilgrimage will will stumble into a yawning pit Official returns frpm every county In the State give Villson 214481 votes ja id Hager 196428 Willsons plurality 18653 Four years ago am received 229 OQO against B lknaps 202000 showing n loss to the Democrats of 37000 ovei the vote of fur years ago Ou side of Louisville the vote for Willson was no larger than tjh it given Belknap four years ago Four years ago Louisville gave Beckham 24000 votes and Belkr ap 19000 This year Willsqn rec lived 28000 votes in Louisville an Hager received 19000 Four ears ago Beck hams majority over Belknap in Louisville was5oob this year Willsons rnajori iover Hager in that city waspoooV Home SweeJHome wasso sweet on Novemler that 35 000 Kentuc yDetnbrats got there andtayedTheie j L The Legislature of Alabama has passed a State Prohibition law toy a vote of 32 tq 2 Prohibition will go into effect January V 1909 giving the pedple of Ala bama one year from January IJllfi11 Up Miss Theodora Shonts daughter ofa J rich New Yorker is slated to marry a real live Duke Judge Asher G Caruth ex Congressman from the Fifth district diedin Louisville Monday MACKVILLE About one mile south of this place the farbi of Mr George Keightly there enters from the southbank of Long Lick creek a beautiful vale through which rushe a lympid and pearling J stream fed by a cold and gushing spring which has never perceptibly diminished in volume since my acquaintance of long duration Some years ago the writers boys while burning a tobacco bed beside this little stream near the fountain head In removing the nearly extinct remains of a mammoth st ump found a beautiful blue- stone small in size which has been pronounced by an artisan in this line to be a regular Spanish turquoise Not far from this place was also found a Spanish coin of the date and stamp of and Isabella Now consider ing the uncertain wanderings of DeSoto and men from the land of flowers to Chickasa1 Bluffs on the Mississippi the peculiar and advantageovis situa tion the solitary coin and isolated gem all necessitate the conclusion that the great adventurer und explorer was here and passed through a portion of Kentucky On the fiftysecond birthday of Mrs James Lowe who resides on the headwaters of Glens Creek she was visited by her brothers sisters children and grandchildren friends and neighbors who gave her a surprise birthday dinner At the regular hour sumptuous repast was spread consisting of the many delicacies of the season presented in their different courses and fit to tempt the palate of an epicure draw a self complacent smile to the lips of a gourmand and gratify the fastidious taste of a connoissieur After thanks WAre returned for the prolongation of life its many mercies and blessings an appeal for continuance of same and thanks for present good things all fell to and sixtythree partook of the good things and were filled Tears of gratitude and joy wet the lids of thekind mother and father friend and neigh bor Social converse was the order recital of the many pleasant memories of the past joys of the present and hopes of the future till they gradually dispersed v The tobacco crop is a good ohe and tryingtocome Corn wheat and hay are plentiful but by no means a drug on the market I think that the majority of the peo pie haye their hogs for another year and their vegetables for the winter and spring There is not much sickness but few marriages and nothingof a sensational character to distract thfe mind or create a surprise A revival meeting will commerce at the M E church Tuesday night of next week Wa much disappointed at Editot Gores defeat for the Senate and most earnestly desire it may redound to something better in the near future Success to The Sun May its warm nd kindly rays continue to penetrate the dark recesses and our hearts be wide glad with bright hope for the fu ture NOTICE TJ HUNTEfiS The following gentlemen Announce that their lands are posted and they forbid hunting on their premises Part e caug TtTiunting upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be prosecu ted to the fullest extent of the law T J Skmes J H Mayes G T Mayes G H Christerson J M Russell G W Russell B b Brady Henry Noel S M Mayek Clel Whitehouse P B Harmon Chas Pope RI H Robinson Jake Kimberlin G N Campbell Emmet Settle W R Cocanougher WJG Grundy T A Grundy n B Mullican F rshewmak rCampbell Bottom 1 G I CdcTOntSUgher W T Kimberlin WinianvMilburn J M Coyle Patties desiring their names placed to this list may have it done by aying 20c a name cash in advance LEd W E GREENE Agent Danville Dry Cleaning Co WALT N HOTEL Springfield Ky andMencesSi All kinds of lace curtains dra perie rugs carpets gloves in fact everything cleaned at reasonable prices t Ii iI r I Never Before r 7i II 1k In the of Our business has there been Icha MAMMOT TOK lQFr MErCHIANDISE shown Springfield as we are now showing for For FAbLhnd WINTER f marketsKi we are a g m stockof Goods Silks and superior any we have shown I b and Beauty Corsets 1Merode and Onyx Hosiery i HAPPY HOLLOW Miss Stella Hahr of Chaplin spent last week with Mr John Armstrong and other friends and relatives at this palace Misses Flossie arid Myrtle Armstrong and Mrs Royalty spent last Thursday and Friday with Mr and Mrs D P Castell of Chaplin Mr Gilbert Chesser spent one night last week with his sister Mrs Solomon Kayrat this place v ohn Armstrong and daughter Myrtle spent last Tuesday with Mrs S D Royalty of Springfield Mrs J M Shields and daughter monia Mr Joe Newton spent Saturday and Erastus Shields spent Saturday and Sunday at Harrodsburg Mrs Albert Hines and little son Reed spent one day last week Mr and Mrs J W Settles Mrii Solomon Kays was in Springfield Saturday afternoon on business y Mr Lonnie Noel and family spent Sunday with Mrs Noels sister Mrs Bill Hardin I Mrs Tom Mcllvoy and sons Billie and Rube and Miss Georgie Oder spent Tuesday with MIS MC Keeling Mises Myrtle Armstrong and Stella Hahn spent Sunday with Mrs M C Keeling Mr J D Sutherland and wife spent Sunday with MrT VVi Sutherland Miss Jessie Noel sjient last Sunday with Mrs M G Keehngc Mr Jim Oderand spent Sunday WIth the family oflMr Allen Sut ton Several from this place attended county court Monday Messrs jUrastus and Eyerett Perkins were in our midst Sunday tMr Tom wife knd Ma tie Bell Sabe Coulter wife and sbn Cecil spent Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs J A Coulter l1rrJohn Shields of Chaplin spit Sunday with Mr Sabe Coi Iter of Mul drau h Hill Sweeney spent S nday iiight his daughter Mrs J S Thomas t jMrsJas M Smith Springfield Rt 3 has for sale a nice ot of M B Turkeys toms 250 he s2AUhe- althY Subscribe The Sun il00 year Subscribefor The Sun 100 year Subscribe The Sun 5LOO rear fu i t Cloaks Our stc ck of Ladies Cloaks and Suits is especially large and attractive this season and will compare i favorably with those Iof Louiisyille and Other cities Our styles are correct and Prices are Lower than you can get in city for same High Glass Garments Ladies and Misses Suits 10 to 40I Seperate Skirts 150 to 18 Ladies Cloaks J 35O Lo 40 Childrens and Misses Cloaks 150 to 15 1 MJJIDRLSS GOODSCOur Dress Trimmings is to ever excepJiCombsHosleryATk Bonton American Underwear EveryjkeCoIgrandmother JohnnIeIJ jMessrs with family Coulter daughter iMrj with for tor Sthe 1SYCAMORE VALLEY seasonIMesdames T W andJ D Sutherland visited friends in Anderson county rom Aiiuay till Sunday Mand Mrs George Keeling of Villisburg visited their daughter Mrs Lee Settles Sunday Quite a number from this placeat- tnded county court Monday Mrs J M Shields spent from Friday till Sunday at Willisburg with her sis i111withRey P Walker of Mackyille was 11IIEllsborooffQn account Of the illness of his sonJ J M Montgomery has sold his place to Mr Everett Parish of Polin price Misses Armstrong spent Sunday With Mrs M C Keeling T W Sutherland bought eleven barre s of corn from Solomon Kays at 250 per barrel the health of the Valley is very good tlt 1 1T1FI to to at to fo to + + INCORPORATED Coleman Settles and Fitz GOdbyhave returned from Bloo field where they have been engaged IIi wQrk nOnIeIlastMontwomonthsold son The body was laiYto rest in thfe Hills oro cemetery the following day The father and mother have the sympathy of the entire com mumty Old Aunt Liza Thompson colored died at her home November 1Y of drop sy interment at Pleajsant Grove Toes day Several froni this ace attended the sale of Mr BenColvihat Brooksville Saturday and report that everything f sold well Horses brought from 75 to S135 and sheep f750 PYf headt ItA Fine Boar For Safe S titifarmbreeder of large uniform litters I mf also offering for sale September fax rowed boars Choice tOnes Gilts all sold Come and see th m or write J E SHELBY Rt Jlj + + + to + to + +J 0Wi I wwwwwlllfIItTH ttttWW1ftt 4ftt1ii f PUBLIC SALE ofLrLi kiI f tHaing dissolved partnership we will at the Mattingly Livery Stable at LEBANON on Thur dah to tl Dec 12i i t AT 1000 OCLOOK A Mf RAIN OR SHINE j 41 4 Offer for sale at public auction our entire herdoff Jack Stork raconsisting of r 4O JACKS r and 2O JENNETTS j Thisis the champion herd oil Kentucky having won thd chamfit c suchwinnersAnderson the dam of Mikado the champion old ktirWorlds Fair Miss Caldwell the dam of Lady Mackin which thtthe championshIp at thee vVorlds Fair in St Louis as a yearling 1AIso many other premium wnners W- i Also Sell a Number of Standard Bred Brood Mans 1TERMS CASH titjJ GIBBS MACKINbits 111w fk4 t+ tt tti W r t 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 1907 i t fk 8arains h argainsc + 0 H KROME next door to MaYS Drug Store BLOOMFIELD KY v IWILLFORTHENEXTTENDAYS urishiQgsL For t Mn and Boys f 4IHWe have Slaughtered our Prices oh Eve thing in the House I jAnd can Save you Mpney 4 Goodj heavy Mens Cotton Sojc at9cloc ahd 20c quality Hose atjldc a pair Men fleece lined blue shirts find draw ers JOc and 5c quality atY42 c piece Men 50 and 75c dress sjifrts at pieceSMen 75c an 1 Sweaters45c a piece t v Mens work apieceExtra heavy uck Coats 124 MenI Suits 5750 850 and 9 qiiality at vv 548 Men black 1 hidets Suits 15 and 18 quality at U48 Mens Casime re Suits 1250 and 10 qualitat 78A8 Youn Men s Suits 950 850 and 750 values at m 624 Mens extra fine 1 ielton and Beaver Overcoats S1E and 18 quality at1148 Boys Qyercoats all sizes at 2 Boys 2 piece S iits rangine from 4 to 15 double brezsted perfect style good patterns at124 a piece u V 1 t j J Dr With t out Pak CROWN W RK A EGIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Sp Ingfiel Ky Office in Hagon Bl ckup stairs L j Liliews Notes LAFOUND KEY large hinge key Oyner may ia sam by calhng at Sun o noticeyFOlt SALE Biiggy suitable to haul milk to creamery or other heavy articles wagonGoodJ i rL ALLEN T C warned my and no one wiH be permitted to hunt orl my premises J F HEAD The ILadies of the Ga holic Church W llSet e County Court aY dinner on the fourth Mondav InF bruary 1908f FoR SALE TIO gpod wagons L MH ONES CO ARMJ POSTED My Fit near Fred ericktovyn bas been pri ers r hereby warned titno hunting will bel lowxid 1 SM PHILLIPS 1f e tin wan your p oduce so come and see sAtlCampbells j ifbR ALEOD4Deen g Corn Har Fwest r good asrifew Will sell cheap JS iWALLS1 eld Ky R D No 2 Dbriit forget we are in the come- stoveswith ajfuli line oi rand Get our prices be ore y61 buy j At Campbells Young Men anoj Ladies with ambition should learn Tel graph Under the new hour law which goes into effect next M archov r 18006 additional Telegraphersar requin d by the Rail roads in the JnUed Stages Positions pay from 60 tc 80 pet month to be sinners Yon c n qual fy in o or 4 I months time Fc null d tails write to f the National Telegraph nstitute Cin tcuinati Ohio q t r Boys Suits with belts running from 3 to 8 a50 and 4 values at248jMeris Corduroy pants 350 and 300 quality at I 2731 Mens Corduroy ants 250 and 275 quality rat 1198 a pair Mens Corduroy pants at 124 Bpys Knee Pants 60 and 75 cent quality at I 42c Boys I nee Pants af22ca pair IMens Black Cheviot and rfcasimere Pants 5 450 and 425 quality at 2981 NewS lk neckwear 50c quality at24c i MEN HIGHGRADE HATb IN ALL THE SHAPESIAND COLORS Derby nd Soft Hats 250 and 3val ues at II jl98 a piece 250 and 175 value at139 a piece Mens orduroy Caps 50c value at 25c A big bt of Shoes a A nice jine 9f and 756 quality 42crA big Ii ic of Miensj Overalls allsizes atJ 45c a pair r i We are r f These are all first class shoddy in our a saver for We we does and will refund your sure and call and Come all and you vfill never it great bargain for you Respectfullytt r Rev W Gr J Mrs Laura Vest Springfield has 15 acres of corn gcoon rent Apply to F Grigsby to Sun OfficeISealshipt oysters tMcEiKOY SHADERS Li FOR SALE A good gasoline Jfatr Spriiigfield Ky Kt3 LAND PosTEbrN hunting dog or gun on myvfarn on Erederickjtowa and Bear Wallow tu nPika F J PHILLips LOSTFpackag co sors thin bItWo talliiriisCiSr chiefs andn night gown Return to Sun office and receive liberal reward Candy k pound t MeEt OY SH DERS qcoalthemselves of tow prices should order now M H JONES WANTED 25or 30 head young cattle to graze on a stalk field Plenty water andgfass 0 Ai BENEDICT Onefourth pound oco ate candy 5c 3 McE ROY SHADER mT insure m the Farn ers H tl1atpaysGeneral Mnj Juncti n City Ky NOTICE Dr Ro arils having decided to leave Sprfr gfield the firm of RoBards Hyatt di olved the 1st of November All se knowing the pleasr Aeaccounts vill be placed in hands of collector thereafter DRS Ro ARDS 8t HYATT t will offer for sale my farm of 254 Jacres situated at llsbbro for toblccqIand barnwaterOn easy terms For f rther particulars call C Stalling s or iIHp LAKE Subscribei for The SUn 100 year t OFFER GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN EASTERN v KENTUCKY compelled to reduce our money sb In order to do so we have slaughtered prices and will conduct a sale beginning r Nov CONTINUING TEN DAYS ONLY J nothing selljf we i This a 1t JliI 1l r loaaagoa oaQaaa I Personal Notes I 11 p IVisitorsfn and Out a oftheWeeks n Personal News e 0 o ao9aa e Mrs F Booker attended the funeral of Mr WF Booker SrYin LouisVille last Friday 4 Messrs parks arid L b11c Carty were in Bloomfield yesterday af ternoon f Mrs T Simms and daughter Miss Flaget in Louisville to spend a few f days Fran WJllett and Robertson spent Sunday in Perry ville Will F Simms was in Danville yes erday Mrs Mary Duriett is rela fives and friends at Maud this week =Mrs J L Allen is recovering from a severe attack of lumbago Mrs M Allen of Elizabethtown MrtMr zipin of1pneum to1JmproveMr L H Bellebaum IS recovering from an attack typhoid fever I improving Miss Veola Brown entertained a fpw friends this afternoon at 42 Mrs John Brown and Mrs Evan in town today SPrinKfielm them at to morrow night Miss Mary Brown of Louisville spent several days with her sisters at this place Miss entertained at six oclock dinnerMonday evening in Duncanswill attend the wedding of her brother in Lbuis yule Thursday Miss Bertha Miller has returned t her home New Hope after a visit to her Mrs WF Trusty Slaog6tet Of PricesII On Goods for Ladies and Misses for Ten daysRead Them and be Convinced r Safety pinsl 3c per dozen- 12c Flannelette at rr10c per yd 12Jc Outings atr 8icII 35c FlannelatY27c J 25c FIt Ti21c flI Woolen Dress Goods of all kinds 100 and 175 quality atrrrrYY49c a yd LADIES LONG MELTON BRAND 850 values at 498 goodsthere is line This is you people jguarantee everything ft not give satisfaction bring it Jack oneyBe see us Come one re gret is Yours ItlI KRQMEi Bloomfield I PRICER0 JlIMUurton PEJNTISTTeeth 11I W e of Jackson MackIVIlle to W Idland engine with lOc our of mensu61 th unsettled Li Hi thirty oh W THE stock Saturday 30 TownA e Up laa8aapa W Byron W are Will visiting of underwentIrapidly Rogers are Selecnian in sister COATS Mrs Ruby Smith and little daughter have returned from a visitto relatives in Leitchfield Mesdames CC Canibron Putnam spentTuesday Mr Howell McCawley of Louis vile was here several days last week Mrs Chas Clements and children of Lebanon spent Sunday herenMrs Lizzie Durrett has returned from Boston Ky where she attended the DurrettTroutman wedding Mr and Mrs RJ Crouch will leave this week for Blue Mound Ills when i they will spend the winter wit their children jMiss Emily Russell who is a nurse atlthe Gray Street Infirmary is spending a few weeks at home e ea s weekI iMies Louise of LebanonMcElr6y prnt Saturday vith relatives here Mr and Mrs Tom Spaldingahd children have returned to their home in Bardstown after a weeks stay at th home of Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon tau Clearance Sale O- fMillinery ReadytoWears and Trimmed Hats that sold from SiOO to 250 yourINCLUDING and for SiOO H4TS AND CA- PS25cand50c All good Trimmed Goods at HALF PRICE All must become sot d in and see them LT WILLIAMSMILLINERY IB tI td r WIrs Miller and daughter Miss of New Hope are visiting Her r Mrs W F Trusty J daughterMrsrues aySMr G C Wharton was in Har rodsburg last week on business Mrs Cliff Green attended the fu eral of Mrs Fleece Bosley at Texas Thursday Lexingtauding today iswisithMr Everett Buster of Harrods burg was here a few days last week the guest of his sister Mrs J BRo Bards rMrs Fred Man get of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis at this place i Miss Frances Martin is visiting rel atives in Harrodsburg returneed from Cincinnati where she has been taking a four months course in book keeping Mrs Cha Dickerson and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Higgins of Nicholasville Mrs J L Wharton and son W H attended the funeral of Mr Will Booker of Louisyille lrs G E Medley has returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Thomas MCdleYlf Owensboro E Leachman of Louis here Friday and Saturday Miss Althaire Medley spent several days in Louisville last week- Mr Will Clark of Fairfield where a today on business Mr L W Jenkins of Mooresville Indspent a few days here this week Mr Jenkins formerly resided at Willis burg and his many friends in that sec tion were glad to see him Hews accompanied home by hS fatherinlaw Rev Simms Mrs J B RoBards will leave Saturday for Harrodsburg where she is to make her future home Dr KoBards will remain in Springfield until the first of the year Dr and Mrs RoB rds friends regret their departure and hope that their visits to Springfield will be frequent V Subscribe for The Suruv kJLOO y Subscrlbo ior The Sun LOU y A J 650 and tt7 50 CoatiiatJ 20 iiand1250v luesatL1198 Long black c atsio values atL748-V School Cloaks 550 and 6 50 atyi vl398 450 and 3 50 values at 239 Ladies Fleece lined Shoes at J124 Black and colored HeatherbloolY Underskirts 250 quality atu t 139 tiFINE TAILORMADE DRESS KIRTS MADE BY THE FINEST TAIL t ORS INTHE EAST ALL fOL r ORS AND ALL SIZES 950 850 and 750 quality atj548 One lot of Ladies Skirts 450 1I ct5 values at Jl298 a A LOT OF iADI SSILK1AlSTS IN ALL COLORS Black Brown and White 5 and 600 values at ki298 A FINE LINE OF Ladies r Trimmed r i HatsIlit 1r AT A SACRi ICED H IQ arei 1t wasI a News is scarce this week but Itry and jot down a few item Mrs J A4 oulter who has been on tl writing1Mrslast week with her sister Mrs OB Jenkins at Wjllisburg Misses Maggie and Zora Montgomery were guests of Mrs Sabe Goulteraat Willisburg Sunday Mr Erastus Shields spent TSanoby with Mr Sabe CoulterS t Miss Susie Edgerton spent several days last week with Miss Msjble Thompson of Pleasant Grove Several from this place attenljed county court 1ondavIMiss Nannie Thompson is visiting friends and relatives in Louisville this week JIMr Richard Hardih and twochildreij of near Rockbridge spent Sundaywith ullterMr Nat Thompson snent several days last week with friend at Har rodsburg v Subscribe for The 311nlOO year I HASfAt Cost For tas1tH For the next week or ten days I will offer a nice line of the newest style hats at Cost s Also a lot oChil drens Trimmed and Un trimmed flats at Cost jl l i fv K f have a few sample covers for Pillows and a few Table Covers for Christmas They are beautiful designs and wilt be sold at W t Miss WillieF r r t tir r i p t f I L j t J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 t 907 rf r l v j j Romance of a L t Geranium Laf By NARY Wl MOUNT Copyright 1907 by JE C Par sells His friends declared that Herbert Wyndham would one day be recog i1zedas 4 great artist Gen us will Ut7tthey Insisted grieving secretly over the undisguisable poverty which clung to man and studio They were jubilant in this declara tion when Miss Ruth Greville sat to him for a portrait She was tie first butterfly who had drifted from the gikTdriIms of society into lie ob ure studio in Herkimer street With bdrame a Treath of luxury from a world which bad long become ivstran gel to Wyndkam v Her parents arranged with th artist for her sittings Now and then all three turned and looked at her settling bern en them the pose In wb cli she was to be painted The girl herself said little She appeared sweet anx ious to hive thepor alt painted ex ctiyl as her parents pleased Df per sonal vanity she seeded to have none J Wyndham stirred wIth keen pleasure gibe notcedheraappreciative scrutiny 0jhls pictures She evidently under Btood something of art W ndbam 0MW behind the roses and lilies of b jfai in its frame of curling hair a mind to be explored He wa eager to begin the portrait When he did his nUId was ur Tothe excitement of ia first P steadyI order of the kind hef had Ion was added the excitement of 1 ainting y face whOse kindling beauty baffled while It 4 Some unformed Idea of delightful aabOut5 art hadlIngredi In his mind to be brushed n ide liltdn cob web at her first sitting SIre was cold with a calm serenity which held him aloof as effectually as some inipjassable barrier Nothing of haughtiness tinged her manner It seemed merely not to q WONT you COIJE TO spa MB SUE ASKED SIMPLY occur to her that any social intercourse could exist between an arIstocrat of Elmwood avenue nndjQ dwell 1 in this small studio at the top of thrse flights of dingy stairs Her very youth took off the sting of this insolence of wealth she was so entirely un on scious of it Perhaps this impalpable barrier of reserve might have been brushed aside to spmef extent had Wyndnam been less sensitive to it He met Iher imre fiponsiveiiess with1likereserveher un But as he painted in the lines of her gricefuliflgureand the blo4m of her face gr w under his hand iupon the canvas he was acutely conscious of every lovely contour and tint madly rebellious that this girl with her wide Inteliectjual brow and soft sympathetic eyes never vouchsafed bin a single unnecessary word never Joked hla way with an even momentary sym 7 pathyt Your hair baffles me be declare one day laying down Us brush Something In his tone sttrtFed her uAre avtlstP always so Intense she asked herself She raised her hand to th4 tipples of her pale brown hair where golden lights shifted and changed with a Uwarm glow as alluring as it was im to express Her floleteYes widened Shall I change my position 1 she asked He rushed into an explanation of the difficulty of paintirig light 14 hair She looked interested but mae no comment t Wyp ham saw what her observant eyes noted every makes 1ft In the studio It hurt him to feal that sb comprehendedeTery jiarticle of j tht poerty of hIs4lfe Tills hi rt the more whenj toward theijast toe t ought tha he BurprlsedL a look of pity In her eyes a her to tell bin v at pti1ngtbllt she meant to send al r her friends to him to be painted be cause he did It so beaut fully Bu she did and the kept her w ord Wynd hams friends said that luck had cop tothimlnltgoldenspoon JTo Wynfihara sitting e lone In hi studio poring over a delicate sketch 0 a beautiful girl with eyes of tenderes sympathy and golden lights in he curling hair luCk have de parted All that to thos weeksi of vPoiguaut was thi seemCdlto 5 ISj U ecret1sketof a girl whose soft e S ookedfJitq his with all express m which the Jiving eyes had never woi n this and a leaf of rose geraniuni wh h she had dropped upon the floor Sie had missed it when she left for lie saw her glnce at her dress and ttiju about her as though seelring sot e thing 11111 little memorandum bo in an inside pocket he kept it Nvhcre he could peep at Ijt whenever he jott d in a dateor Jooketl up a reference One dai the glory of life seemed to flood his world again for Ruth Gier yule came to his studio A charity t a raar was tOL be held and she h id charge of the art table She wanted a picture for It and she thought j le might contribute some little sketch I e promised niore than that He wo Id superintend the erection of her still and decorat ft himself She wonder d at his entnjushism When he reft d payment for the work she was emb r rassedi Tills had not been what s le intended Nor did she realize till loig afterward that a busy artist could rot spend twodo s overseeing the er c tlonand deporation of the most beau i ful booth iji the bazaar without sot ie pecuniary hiss She was Charmed wlthhls work and unbent to the gracious although s ie had first cast a startled glance at t ie distinguished looking man In eveniig clothes who approached her wb m yyndhani ecame a purchaser at her stall i Because lie read h r thought so w Jr he made b tta small purchase there d trifle decorated by he r own hands S ie saw him spend freely at another boo h ibetter tHecomed her Referred she had for a ort of woideTfng interrogation flash id over her mobile stShe wanted to have an engagenieut made for some work she said His hands still trembled as he pull id out his liltie book and turned over ts pages Frdm between them there fl it tered a rose geranium leaf A flood of crimson rushed to his forehead I Is yes of consciousness betrayed all the story of his love to her glai co of swift inquiry and comprehensi n He saw that she recognized the le if but he could not conceal the tondern ss with whlcll he pickeUitup It was Isuch a pretty leaf so w n derf ully f edhe stammered ap 3l ogetically i She looked at him bravely a flu sh fading fro n her own cheeks and ex plained he errand as thought the in ci dent of the Tteaf had meant nothing to her Bud as he wrote down atdrte there suddenly rushed over her the e membrane of his faithfulness liis roud digiity in poverty his mode ty In hard won success She ed the tl reshold a id bjerjiandWont e to see me she asked simply Her eyes were filled with a light he had never seen iii thi mi before render rrtheir depths heread sir Come Ioonsbe add d tremulously withdrawtng her nandfor Ihylong wanted tdsaythis Avoiding Direct Testimony The wealthy parishioner had with him his pastor andmies of road wsre thrown into clouds of dust by he plunging automobil Halti commanded the officer hut no more attention was given to Urn than to the flitting telephone po es Over those poles however sped a mes sage and atthe next crossroads bar rier was jencountered and also anot er representative of the law Not only did be break the speed law comphpiedthe constable wl en the in court uut he also told me to go tp the devil You tier thundered the weal hy parishiorier I never use such I in guage f We must prqtect our officers t om- profnnui intoned the Justice Tien turning to the ergyman Perh ips thIs gentleman who wIl not mak i a misstatement jwill tell vis whether or not the idevil ivras men oncd in his controveisy tiitYour honor pleaded the cleigy man I sand my brethren refer to his Satanic majesty so frequently that imy additional alusI n to him would not ImpreEs itself upon me sufficiently to remember the incident New Xork Fress J j Slightly Mixed 4n Australian traveling in Japan fell into a mixed company in which ere an English girl and an American woman He made himself agreeable to the Amrican at the start she reJ ites in her afccount of A Woman Aba In the Heart of Japan by remembeiug that Auiericans are accustomed to ridej over Niagara falls in tubs The Bwitche to the war of the Revoluiion The jvhole thing was he said hat the colQuies refused to send Eng and troops to aid her in a foreign wa so the motherland resolved to subdue her naughty children VI guess you have confused it vith the war in Africa said the Amet can The B0er war has been so long frawn out you thought It was the same a the American Revolution The little English girl saw there was a misunderstanding somewhere There was something about sti mps In it she suggested meekly that caused Jsome of the trouble Somgthing about stamps cau ie u revolution demanded the Austr han VDo you mean a stampede or m rely pOstnge stamps DJdthe rage to col lecting exist in those days But no one eniighteaed him on this and he was left to assort histoi y to suit himself 0 I r SHEPHERD CARVERS Tb Lonely Sheep Tenders of the i fornia Sierras CjU There are few lonelier lives tworldds Sierras All alone they follow thpir sheep seeing no one for many months of the year but the their dqgs ansi perhaps an occasional a very 6c casional traveler Probably this solitude dries up the spripgs of speech for they are said to he very silent Vheti they atr eucounterl any one One of these strange men is a Basque from the Pyrenees A jean dark visIaged ragged fellow he is now and tIn overtauen by some wanderer in the mountains Along the trail before him his sheep feed His mongrel collie bangs at his heels He may raise his stick in mute salutation he may slouch by without a sign Yet this uncouth being has one talenthe cart carve His amusement Is curving quaint sheep buckles out of bone Ev0ry herd has its bellwether about whdse neck hangs n bell The bell depends from a leather collar and It is the buckles of these collars that this old Basque shop herd and sonic of thesje other Sierra shepherds make fn the course of their lonely days Som time a bucjde rep res nhia summers woijk for jsome of them nre Very elaborate Some are in the seiublnnce of saints or angels some have tile monograms of the sheep owpeits or of the shepherds in curious bytiltheFd +Exchange DIET AND SLEEP Eating Before Retiring and Digestion During Slumber Diet has little inhuence on sleep ex qept In so far as it may produce disturbances of digestion and through these of the general balance of health The hypnotic effects of certain foots such as onions ettuce milk etc ore chiefly imaginary Even the time of tilt last meal of the day is of relative ly little importance except that it is Well to let this be at least two or three hours before retiring But even this rule has many exceptions as many fullhSlesuPper and children after poking the i spoon intp their little eyes nod off over the test table with the bread and but terjj still clutched In their chubby fists The processes of digestion probably go on more slowly during sleep but nlhlstrdirectly after a meal Indeed a moderate amount of food In the stomach or intestlnqs seems toi promote slumber Many night WorkersI for instance sleep much better ling a light or even full supper just be fore retiring Dr Woods Hutchiison Jin American Magazine The Tenors Parts probably the composers are largely responsible for tenor worship In Ver idifs operas with hardly an exception partjtbansame is true of other opera writers Mozarts Don GloyanniVbeing a nota ble exception Wagner wrote one operawllJt Flying Dutchman in which the baritone is king whereas in six of his works the supremacy of the tenor is indicated by the very titles Uienzi Tannha user Lohengrin Tristan und Isolde Siegfried Parsifal This being so we shall probably continue to be subject to the tyrKnuy of one tenor or another unless it be true as was maintained at a con dave of French savants that the tenor voice is a relic of barbarism destined to become extinct Argonaut Poems Pictures and Songs It takes all kinds of people to makeup aw rId and all kinds of poetry to make up a world literature Despite the efforts of the critics to laySRiwi definite can t1sof judgment for the literiry pictorial and musical moi4ofu continue to like a artsI pieure or a song for no better rC1 than because we like It It appeals to us and If it does that It is for usa true pocm picture or song Whether it is to be clashed among the great produ of art Is another question That depends upon the universality and permanence of the appeal it maUqs Current Literature Trifling F Mrs JonesThat avorsIIs the most brazen borrower know Mrs Brown Indeed Mrs Jones cn3cocrsewing mafhlne thrash a than who had Insulted her and discharge her- r cook London Scraps iFt Pretty Bad Well asked Stlujay what do you think ftbecigar My doctor especial ly recommended that brand to me- Hra coughed KnoxuSo he wants to cure you of the tobacco habit eh i Philadelphia Press Her Mission I She always reminds me of a public office Thats ciir1oisaNat so very Shes continually seek- Ing the irian you know Chicago Rec ordHerald v Suspicious Horse T3ealer E jumps well c trots beautiful ea as quiet as a lam and Ill let yOu ave Mm cheap Possible Purchaser Why whats wrong with hlmV London Answers t Woman is a thingof beauty a don expense toreyrLife r OI 1t e eijIOci iIt I A Piano Placed c J I 1In Your Home 4SiOn Trial L H jF YOU intern purchasing a piano it would be dollars in your pocket to get in correspondence with u Being the largest piano dealers In the South and buying them In carloadslots enables Us to quot prick on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players that will quickly convince the m st skeptical that we can do all we say if given the opportunity Our line consists of the ollowing worldfamous makes r Lc H PIANOS H PRICE 178Uj PLAYER PIANOS J500UP J PIANO PLAYERS PlflCE 250 Mont negroRtiehm Music or JUouisville Ky Kindly send me fu1lparticularsby return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trial Name t i A p 7 yi IAdress I 628630 Ky 5 A I afternoon and as we steam ed down the channel every one remain ed on deck 1 passed a lady propped with cushions IULa steamer chair and noticed that she was both refined and beautiful She was neither young nor old twentyeight to thirty I should say an age I have always considered most attractive in women At any rate women about that are ing straight at lieu she glanced for a moment then lowered her In a vojry yxning girl the l the eyes w Juld have been attractive In the case of the lady I refer to both the lowering of the eyes mIll the brief glance had tiuQireffect Not that there was anything bold in the latter It simply bespoke the quick birth of an interest I looked that afternoon and the next day for sonic one who knew her to introduce me but no one approached her with whom I was acquainted Indeed no one came near her She secrn very much alone However she dI that I wished to make her ance I made that evident She writing In her chair and a she tor lCt1 ter paper flew away with the wind I chased It to n corner where she could not see me plcked it up and put it In my pocket Then I went back raised my hatdefenmtially and expressed my sorrow tlutt I had not been able to recover lieripaper She thanked roe for effort but seemed distressed at its loss I was obliged to assure her that It had goue overboarl before she was satisfied That opened the acquaint ance GA man strictly honorable even squeamish In ordinary matters may consider all fair in love imxl in war At any rate J did I wished to gain some clew to the ladys Inner self So as soon as i was in my aterpom I read the writing othc sheet The writer rambled to a friend on trifles then suddenly said I have mot my fate I know it I feel it Something tells mp that the rest of my life Is to be given to a grand passion He Is now walking the deck near me and I tremble tIc is tall and straight raven hair and eyes ex pressive of manly strength of c arne ter teeth white under a dark mus tacjie Qh the I ifelt repaid for my dishonorable con duct I bad done evil jut good had come of fit Ilun1 discovered that I had excited a grand passion rtnd this stimulated a grand passion In myself From the moment I read the words I gave myself up to love In the morn- Ing we gently fenced with Cupids ar rows In the afternoon we languished In the evening our spirits rushed to gether at he touching of the lips She could not understand how she could have been so suddenly affected and wondered if after all it were riot a dream Then she became Indisposed and was obliged to keep her room but only for a day During that day sent to her half a dozen notes in some of which I told her that I should die if she remained where I could not sOc her and in one of which I spoke of the happy future in store for us as a wed fled nair When she einerired she was Jfi that nothing I might hear would ever cause me to cease to love hr When we reached port she gave me the name of her hotel and I received permission to call the next afternoon at 4 and drive her to the park When I left her I wondered boW I would pass the time till the happy moment when I should see her again The next morning I was breakfast Ing with my paper before me I read a facetious article on the voyage of the steamer on whichJ had come over Among other things there was mention of one of the passengers a woman of London whose husband had divorced her the court giving him the charge of their children the mother being of notoriously bad character In the de scription other 1 recognized my charm er The hour for the drive came but I did not I was wondering what I should do Should disappear Should ij remain quietly at home and trust tnat she would not use the notes 1 had written her I concluded to do nothing to wait The next morning I received a re proachful note She had foreseen that when knowledge of the triumph of her enemie became nown to me I would desert her that having raised her to the summit of htppiness I would cast her down into an abyss of misery I made no reply Two days later I received another note Her tone was changed She hinted at applying to the laws for protection I puid no at tention to the threat Then came a cool note informing me that she was about to commence suit for a breach of promise of marriage She might not win the suit but my notes to her written on the steamer would be read in court This brought me down I wrote ask- Ing how much would buy the noles of letter which sUe my income for one year ojr 10000 I1 sent her a check for the amount by a messenger who brought iae back the prooCs of my folly No more grand passions ifor me F TOWNSEND SMITH The Fool and Ills Moncr Joseph Do you believe all this Arthur about men buying wives Arthur Oh I expect so Some men will buy anything Tatlc C tI iJti T rc j Chickering Sons Dedker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert A rm I strong MarshallWendellFostcr i L SqhmerCecilian FarrandCecilian t and i tHe AutopianoL ifr f The qecuiianA player that can be at tachedto any make piano i H In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at toe right price we will placea piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take itout andtthe trial wil111otcost you a cent COtr roththAvenue Louisville IJIeeI eelI1I OOOOOOOOOOOCOCOOOCOOOOCOO9 Grand Passion iOOOOOOOOOOOOCOJOOOOOOOOOt1I thestrongestrlnfinenceoyer atmcj on1stratiye WithIout adl www7 Woriderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writs N A Adams Henriet 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j I Buy goods at j v 18 uced Prices i At Gmndy Mclntires tI For The Next mw ill 4 3 0 s + J I a Y 5j tT w Our house is crowded with flail and 44fWinter g ods and we will of r some tlttt surprising bargains to CASH BUYERS Ths is thu season of the year en peOu Ihave f1onerto spend Ifyouj4t4 us we vi1I ave JOu1a feat dal + j to6runJdy M llreIdtt ttt tJirii ttt1oi +H+ it + i 1to rWWWTW TWW VW ii SSS- r iTT t 1 ricein lttb r JE a 19IJ+ 1 11 l1HyLtJLO J HNSON fI t b3 Jessie Mor- ganir J SSS I I It looks like n graveyard said Au drey witLi u little shi er as she stirred intb the ody of the heater On the stage the open fire skylights flooded the bare spa e with light and created i4grateful drift but the body of the house was scathed iu white 1t4inclot s over the r ws of the round ed backs of seats suggesting an order Jy row ol tombstones Iif the broad foyer back of the hal cony one of Manage Beamislls No 2 companies went through its re heUrsal ivhile still another touring or- t satiilzatioi occupied the side lobby o1nstatrs but It tvas the Avenue stock thprlde of Bea mishs attracticlns tlat occupied the t11tirge udrey Har ood smiled at the thought that this se son she was re iearsing with the c ack company on the stage Instead of ne of the less im portant ompanies it the lobby The yar before she had labored t through i small part with a road com paiiy aid it had njt been until the last of tie season tl at Basil the general stage manager for Beamish had noticed her woyk on one of his trips of inspection and liad promoted her to the metropolitan c ompany 9tjs lJen thergraveyard of many a eto ted Maida Terry the leading ladt with a laugh and Beamish is the jghoi that goes prowl ing around the place seeking whom he may devour Then he comes now she added as the burly forni of the manager was discerned descending the rstalrcase leadl1g from the balcony Where he had been watching the re rJIearsalof the mino1 company iNow he settleid Jiis huge bulk in a eat at the rear of the house his pudgy hands clasped across his fat yBtomacti while he viciously chewed the end of an unl t cigar Beaihisa was an inveterate smoker but he Jived in1 dread of a fire that might put This house out ojf b islness for a time and hei never sino ed in the theater even liz his own 001cc Hispresence mad itself felt to Howard BaSil though Uie latter stood with Tils bcc to the fall aitoriuin Some of the actors playe bitter with the mangers jeyes upcjn them others grew nervous and cdnf sedtand Audrey coming under Beanishs notice for the 4rst time failed u tony in her scene As her voice fatteied and broke there 1came a gruff sbout from the rear of the house and he company eyed the icW Qmm1s r8t1 lg y while Basil drop t the rehearsaL answer Eeairiistfs II ri ttanother gM for that pad of ti H t J fy www yww wwwwww Mona wls me te se commahtl mat stick youjve got tl ere is rotten She will play a right was the re sponse She re curses badly mid then she is nerve us because S here i ouareI lOUt want another girl was emphatic at swer Its only a bIt that she pla S but It o es in Terrys big scene and we cant haye that spollpd Get rid of fi rtIf I thought tat slietwbld spoil iit I should not engaged hen answered Basil q letly Theglrl will remain in the cast n Give the part to AshtOn ordered Beamish Let his girl out tomorrow IiI han full cc ntrol of the compa flies sad Basi whose face had grown very whit Miss Ashton can play the part at a pinch Miss Har wood can Jive th i part if she goes 1 go Ive got you U der contract puttered Beamish I just went ned the important clause or th t contract retorted Basil You will break it by your own ac tion The younger m n stood quietly for a moment wiIle Beamish chewed his cigar viciously Basil was u man hard io replacei Moreover he had seen the Englis i production of the piece land hfid read the play with the authcr rt would never do to let himt go OB the eye of a production Beam r se h ta his feet II 0ntIsJpPos that you win Object to Ashton pnde tudying he asked gruffly Not IJe lenst said Basil Ill send for lieij this afternoon He retnd to the stage Tliose ibet ter versed in the Beamish met ods und hadithe girt so She Hashed him a grateful j glance but he erely took 1s place by the thlle and ordered the rbhettrsal of the c neor r uga1n It was nc4 until after the c many ad beenrdis missed thjat Au rey had a chance toI I tHowc n I ver thank yoU 1 she Basil looked down into the wistful face 4Br doinr as well as you possibly can he said t want y i to justify m judentphnd I am coritaln that you can 1 ere will be an under study here torn row but dont w rry If Beamlh ws nis to pay any extra enlary let him It IS seldom that he in tha luxury He turned av ay to hide the real an swer to hr qurstlon The temptation was strong upon him to take her in his arms i nd tell her that he loved her and it wa bee useof his loveithat he had fought T do so would Seem to be presuming pon his action Mentally he cursed Beamish for raising this barrier against his hopes Mss Asfaton appeared the fqllowing morning fitting in one of the front beats and studying the business care Y I L 4 fully but Audrey played without a break and at the dress rehearsal even Beamish was pleased to grunt 01 grudging assent to Basils praise Then came the opening night The house was crowded for it was an early opening of the season and the other theaters were still dark Beam ish gleanied upon the crowd of notables j streaming into the house He knew that he had one of the strongest plays of the flour To score a hit would metin perhaps an all season run at the hoiiie theater and a treuieudous advertisement for the road companies But his hopes were dashed when Basil came out front with a worried look upon his face Terry was thrown out of her auto mobile on her way to the theater he reported The physician thinks she has fractured her skull And weve got to lose all this asked Beamish with a wave of his cl WOjninnness and cupjdity Miss Harwood is dressing for the part explained Basil She can play it I am certain It would never do ito turn the crowd away We could never get them back on a later night Beamish nodded a grudging assent He knew that Basil had stated the situation properly To get another woman or wait for Miss Terry to re cover would upset the pluir and give It a blow f om which it couid never recover Go aiTead1he said shortly Its a last chance Perhaps the play will arry the girl through Basil hurried behind the scenes to make the announcement and Beamish lumbered in to lean over the rear rail of the orchestra floor At the end of the first act he went back on the stage Going great he said shortly Then he turned upon his heel and I back to his place of observation walkedj In the second qct Audrey big sc rleand forgetful of self she threw herself into the part She could not act well at rehearsal but now the lights and the crowd acted as a stimulus Nerved by the further desire to justify Basils confidence she surpassed herself At the end of the act the house rang wIth cheers and her suc cess was assured InIwork but she still lingered in the dressing room The other play ers had gone and only the cluster of electric lights in the center Qf the stage illuminated the place emphasiz ing the dark shadows thrown by the stacked scenery Beamish land Basil were talking as she came down the dressing roomcor ridor and they did not hear her soft fOQtfalls as she approached VI suppose 3oull marry her youre so stuck on her grumbled the manager Your objection to her work sealed my lips said Basil coldly I could theIpany Bosh said Beamish with anun easy laugh Youre a fool not to grab her iip before some one eise does I dont agree with you It said Basil grimly Audrey stepped into the circle of light I do she said quietly Howard may I ask your escort to my hotel Beamish in his excitement forgot himself and lit his cigar as the two passed out For once a member of his c6mpany had agreed with him A Pretty Bit of Courtesy- At one of the public receptions given at the White House during the Cleve land administration an old lady who was drawn up in the line that was pushing its way forward to shake hands with the presidentS wife drop ped her handkerchief just before getting to Mrs Cleveland She was too Did find rheumatic to stoop down and recover it and those back of her in the line were t o intent upon plfHn7T the one fleeting glimpse possible of the mistress of the White House to iW the old ladys loss and the handker chief was trampled upon roughly Just before the old lady retched her Mrs Cleveland stepped out of her place and deftly picked up the hand kerchief tucked It in her dress and taking her own fresh one which was of the most delicate dainty lace smilingly handed It to the old lady with the sweet remark Please take mine and when you get home send it back to me will you 1 And when the handkerchief came back to her Mrs Cleveland returned that of the owner freshly laundered lying on the top of beautiful box of rosebuds that came from the White House conservatory Her Word or Two A Manchester man whoso wife was going abroad asked her to telegraph him a word or two letting him know of her safe arrival in London In a few hours he received the fol lowing message Dear George Arrived here safely at fifteen minutes after 0 The train wag dUO at G but we were delayed fifteen minutes while en route Uad a perfectly lovely journey Do not worry about me Iwill get along all right And take good5 care of yourself Be very careful about taking cold this weather Be sure to have the house open and aired as often as possible Remember what I told you about your socks and shirts Do not forget to keep the basement door locked Write every day I am sure I shall have a lovely tline So good of you to let me go You mst come over after mo soon For ever and ever and ever yours Man ie An hou ater Mamie was pained to receive the following reply to her word or two Do not wire from Switzerland Am ruined lf you do GeorgeI ondon Standard TO PREVENT SKIDDING How to Manage an Auto on a Slip pery Road The ordinary small skid on a slippery road may be overcome by turn ing the steering wheels in the opposite direction to that which the real wheels are trying to follow and then as the car straightens up and starts to skid the other way swinging them back aijfiin continuing this until the ma chine lf J Except the skills which sometimes occur in descending a steep hill on muddy roads those which most often Happen occur on city streets after rain or the passage of a sprinkling cart when attempting to turn a corner or when the brakes are applied What the results will be cannot be foretold says a writer in Suburban Life It Is usually advisable to take a chance in shaving close to other vehi cles rather thjm to take the risk of applying the brakes hard on slippery roads The side slip happens so quickly that the operator scarcely knows it has started before the car is turned half way around or Is even headed in the opposite direction to that in which it was going A car can be stopped without causing it to skid by applying the brakes quickly releasing them an J applying them again overcoin ing each small skid witH the steering wheel Often where the service brakes are 1on the hubs it is advisable to use the speed gears as a brake as the action on the rear wheels will then be about the same With hub brakes one andImost invariably skid to one side or the other The best method is to go straight ahead as far as possible gradually tlIulfor any corners Ordinarily the car will not skid even at high speed aslippery road so long as a straight Ion is followed but the moment a is attempted or the brakes are the trouble begins duuny Dtsmny HiJpOI say Bunny jrist give nie a little wee bite will you j How to Treat Weak Ankles It is not so easy to see why so many people have weak ankles The ankles of young children bend in when they wall and parents thinking they will outgrow this trouble pay no attention to it The consequence is that the turning in becomes a habit which Is not corrected in later life Little chiP dren should have the ankles rubbed with alcohol if they show any signs of weakness Young children ought to wear shoes without heels and the condition of the shoos worn by older ones should be watched carefully When the Ieel is worn down on one side the ankle naturally turns down on that side Carelessness in the fit of shoes and the wearing of shoes that are worjn on one side will cause the ankles to turn and the walkjug to be tiresome and akward When the ankles bond eitlver in or out when walking It is a good plan to have the heels lowered a bit bn the opposite side In the same way a habit of turning the heels over on one side can be counteracted by lowering tletrT on the other Bend the foot backward forward sideways Ro tte ILsluTTij rr tiu iuikle Suuu m onO foot shake the other leg from the thigh letting tile ankle of the foot be perfectly loose so that the foot moves freely How to Cure a Torpid Liver The only salvation foi the person with a torpid liver is through a changed system of dietetics combined with exercise in the outdoor air calisthenics and deep breathing The per son with a bad liver should habitually practice deep and long breathing fill lng the lungs at each Inhalation The curative dietary must consist princi pally of nerve hud brain food includ Jug fish and a reasonable amount ot beef with generous quantities of cereal foods and the fruits that are rich in cds In warm weather It is best to abstain from milk nItoge her Butter and vegetable fats olive oil boiled rice biked apples baked potatoes graham or whole wheilt bread soft Toiled eggs all constitute a safe and nourIshing diet for the bilious person At the first symptom of biliousness squeeze thejulce of half a lemon In the water you drink just before break fast and before going to bed at nIght How to Clean LacquWed Brass Remember not to japplyj polish to lacquered brasses Rub thorn only with a chamois leather or wash them with tepid soapsuds without any soda After this dry and polish with the chamois Soda should never be used to wash china particularly when the china is glided The use otS9d In the water Is what has caused so much of the gilt jdecoratlon to disrtppen from the frag- Ile gilt and white china of bur grandmothers day Brush cut glass well to remove dust from the indentations be fore washing Itand never dip either fragile china or fine glass Into too hot water or it will crack T II I I PEOPLENNNWh the f 9nlvIEr Diamond and Cutler1 Majestic teel Range Radiant ileaters Enamelware i Perfection Oil Stoves and Heaters s other Standard lines which we handle exfIelUSIVely we believe will bear us out in our claims oil IIfyou are Building or contemplating doing so let us with you for a good Tin Roof Door Locks and Hinges Window Locks and Lifts Nails and other Hard clllIi THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO MONEY ISBY t LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND CO 3tinir JA MARRIAGE FICTION The Old Time Notion That Matches Are Made In Heaven The polite fiction obtains that mar riages are made in heaven This ro mantle viewpoint is particularly popu lar in America where it is held to be highly improper for parents io make any move toward securing good husbands for their daughters and Immod est for girls to manifest any interest in the subject themselves t The conventional theory is that the matter is on the knees of the gods and that In due season husbands will be provided like manna in the wilderness for sustenance of the faithful Unfortunately this miracle does not always come off for every woman The supply of manna gives out There are not enough husbands to go around and these are unevenly divided Some wo men get three or four while others get none But neither the old maids nor their parents realize that the reason that they did not share in the dispensation was their own fault because asoldifi1shIOJicdflu attitude to receive the blessing Dorothy Dix in Ainslees INaturally WlggsI went to a memory school last year Waggs Yon dont say What wa the name of It Wiggs I cant rememberSan Fran cisco CallIWillies Wisdom Teacher Willie why dont yckelp your hn r combed Willie Cause I aint gqt no comb Teacher Why dont you ask your mamma to buy you one Willie Cause then Id have ter keep my hair combedJudge IBetternow do you permit your wife to con i tfol you LaneTo be honest with yOu thats a question I have n pared Standard ask myself Syracuse CrI LvrvSsftAv Edge Tools RangesI east r Home Lisk liii and I TRANSFER TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH I t FOR AGETSAN OPPOKIUJOTY The Old World And Its Ways By William Jennings Bryan 6rNOW READY FOR SOLICiTOR SuperbF Itken by Col Bryan his trip around the world and his visfts to all nations The greatest book of travel eyer written The most successful book of this generation usIeagerlyT1eSend fifty cents to cover cost of mail ing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CQt St Louis Mo r v How to Cure 1 Constipation Few people altogether escape a disorder of the bowels 1 You may catch cold overeat overdrink worry too much not exercise enough or do a hundred and constipation comes it is well to know what to do for it In the opinion of thousands there is 1101better cure for than Di Caldwells Syrup Pepsin whichanyone can obtain cents or 1 at a drug store We all have constipation occasionally and the sensible to do Jus 4houseexample and when you wake up in the morning at your usualhour it produces its results Your a tomaoh Instan tly becomes lighter your head clearer your eyes brighter you feel active and spry once again your appetite has returned and you are ready to work with enthu siasm and vigor All this may not hare take more than a dose or two at a cost not to exceed two or three cents Can you afford to feel ted littleDr HLfeni SyrupPepsinfrankly admits to his patients that If they ijHC it when the stomach liver or bowels nt ut ef order they would have less need of him It is without doubt the best cure for ocoukHMl or 1111818jdiarrhea and similar lv ills1 IB eM er yoUng It is a thousand tixMs better than snlfes or purgative waters acts watly Hpleasant to the taste 00e lMKcrJpeaad eured permanently Go to your istand get a 50 cewt erllbottle see If our clahns are not juetifted tDt TfCT TtoM wMriwr to try 9t 04 pMkkmvvlRgaddcKla e eInJMY 1NI oIer Is ii pc stW refiwtiy do as we cMbn and k onto iaIswwho have never taken tb Send for It if ywi hw any tymptemsef stowacB Hveror bowt AMSM Saah yet most eSecHve laxative for cMWram wenwTaiitf tW wks A gttanwteed wmamrt honw MIo11Mf PUBLIC VERDtcr Ho Uxativt Sf H4 atKSwa as DR CALDWELLSSYRUP PfPSIIJThi Pewst bears parity guarantee No WaeMncton as PEPftM SYIIWF O Italliwelf i II 1L RED CROSS DRUG STOtt S I B 1rUESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER27 I9J7 L e OoLID vets Volaptik J r e t t tOrIiriJ1IHw jkia I my wife he not k u erataiidhi rlEnglish nor I German l Uyo j yfathery as born in a town ln Ger Jntfag He tin trie to America w ere he AnllrrIed my other but he died before t 1 hadllearned to talk CoMsequently I uever heard iis tongue spoken j in the family Whe i I was twenty ve my Brother sugge ted thqt I go to his na tjve country and make the acquaint neQf home f my relatives th eSo Ij crossed the water and visited his na tye town fr Thinking it would be a pleasant sur pjise to send Ian offering to myrela t eswfthIcard 1 stepped into a pO ome flowers A klower slibp is the daintiest place m the and tfi shop I entered wksthe daintiest of flwer shops Besides the pilkiats there were birds andal little fountain BelUnd the cQunterfas a ipretty girl yrith fair and blue Gym and a pl jasant smile as with her I e1p she gave pie a mute Inquirer how slip could errme I stepped up to some roses n their delicious od nriJEl held tip tile five fingers orone girljt rose o Fcot1n1er In this way I made ub my own bouquet l lit 1Vustn no hurry to transact my business kndJeave the shop Injdeed I Ayished Ito lit with the wished to tel that I was ffrom AriJearica but since to speak or write tiji nfOrmatii n would Iinil nothing I i4toout toy puncil and on a bit of wrapping pi riilrewa map of IorthI and South A United States aBIdlputln my stat city She inn andI and extended ier arms as if Ing some invisible large article r 1 knew1nea t that I came from a great country ad when she opened a cash drawer n4mllde f motion simi 1 rtoe rs Imenta1ly added And ats aaJlrlchrin Just to t d ntjknowbut I renom Lnndthfounptinonwihdow put mjj fingerson my Jialr And looked at her own wavy tresses Sh blushed nq I moved my fin ers to kny Ups still pointing at the shining water meaning that the same shpllei described her smjile This was Pln1iilts e mqerstood Ijlopre puts it till smile ndnsomll LIke any failr which ez upon HWhen it breaks Into dimples and laugMS j1n the sin t r Tow seeI oJri swimmingly It spent an hopr n he store talking 11i31 sort of thlutfaitfI1g when a cam out again 4nl finally feellpg thIt r couldnt possiblyf mak an exu e stay any l ge took jmy carjl vrcte the name and ad dresd of m a mt fo whom I wislled the iflowersi s nt and made signs funImedIIcard 1 fawla su pr1sed wok on her face1bi dn t say anything t In th e aftjerrioori I received a note mittm in terr pad English saying that my aunt an l cousins would be pleasiid to see me in the evening I found them in i house that had onpe bqen a fine bne but badly out of EtI pair It baa bee4 in the family surprisepformoney at Vth6 1 ne my father emigrat ed tolAn erlca l1y aunt received nie cordially ani uhtt was my surprise to see standing enirid her in a corner blushing and sEiIllng the flower gi L My aunt ledjhei oit from her retreat saying to mej 1Co sIn I Well you cot Id have knocked me dOsvii with a fe tt1er I blushed my sl11ke a schoolboy If ithadnt beb for havLng met ie before and all the Ittruck Id becin glv ng her in my sign language Id iha e one up to her an iven her a coisiily smack As It was I stood ioolinu at her like a foot My aunt who spqkfe a few words of English asj interpreter And such Interpreitat on I had fallen In lewJtl my caudin in the shop at first sIght and cimla have talked with hern he unive sa tongue ns fast as gOlbutdidnTget on at ill The old lady waa feeble and spo r tired offering tq call iniafrienc who spoke English well to k ep things going betwec us cousins I de tflnjed telling her that1 IU rather sit 4nc say nothing than purl csnyo to siicli ttouble She welfl out sn that Sh was glad to tiud tier nephew siiicl a lebhafter young L man orjsomthI ig that sounded like It A regular blitzenj isntt he rTh nthe old kdy went up cffllra iia iilnno together i cousin fpuid a GermanEnglish dctlonaty wJ used for to talk outoidiniry things aWbllet I soon drifted Into spoons and found the bopkj entirely inn equnte to the pur pose Fllngingi ii dojwn I took up the sign language la my eyes were a complete dlctlona lnf themselves and I found 1v maki eayts tobogan nlngonly faster tOl we parted I bad settled evlerVthtog This is the way I did ftlSi pt4my arm around her Waist and Jit seal ring on her finger Th n tai4ingqut my hand kerchief + I iielI it P i nd fanned it representing a ships sail wafted by the wind By all this knew that I ioved her and wis ed her to be my wife find go with ine a ross the sea to America Couldn t b ive been plainer eouJdit1i F A M1TOHEL H jI b HI LIDAYDAINTIESI HoW to ake Some Delicious Sweets l j F Christmas honeytpi vutt1ngfntoof sug ir onehalf pound of strained ioneyon j dessertspoonful cold water nnd a tea p onful of rfth cream Stir together ivell and set aside for an hour Tlun place over a mgderqte fire rnd cook mtil quite stiff The consist ency din be determined b dropping into colt water just as molajssescAndy is tested Pour into buttered plates and w9it is cool enough to handle pull nnlreal into small pieces To milk honey nougat rut half a pound ea h of strained honey und white sugur into a saucepan and place over a I w fire Cook uritil brittle when dropped into CQtd water Then beat the whites of three ggs to a stiff froth and stir in welli When it begins to Cjol add a little bran ge or lemon Buire and a pound and a half of almond blanched and brpkeu into mali piic S Mix well and pread oil oiled apr and when cold cut into strips For lion y eke mix w floirncup of soft buttr twp cupfuls of strained honey ai little ginger half a grated nutmeg ji little grated rindtif lenion and two t blespoonfuis of flour Dis solve a hk aping teaspoonful of baking povder it ucup of water pour into the mixtne and add sifted flOur until it Ls stiff nough to roll out It should be baked in a sheet like gingerbread and uiay ye eaten hot or cold German honey cakes are adellcious ofItwelve ou ices of powdered sugar and bring to ai slow boil Add four ounces of chopped almonds with the skins left on Let boil for five minutes and then add enough flour to make a stiff dougli Renioye froth the fire and allow It cool a little after which add eight ounces candied orange peel cut in smt pieces onehalf tispoon ful soda onehalf grnteqnutroegn teaspoonful of ground cinnanion the yellow an I rjnd of a lemon grated rand one w ncglass of wlne While the dough is s ill warm rjoll out as thin as possible ut in oblong shapes and bake in a moderate neil The cakes should be ced when cold How to Mak S ome Useful Gifts A convenient case for holding tea or coffee spodhs is made from a strip Of jwbIClitmaterial 13 by 5 Inches TIe two plec slmabe bound togethej with narrow and then feathetstitch ed In vertical Hues one and a half Inches apa t The extra vidth of the underpiece is for a lapqvgr and the whole case can be rolled up mid tied nJth rlhhrti The flopnrlntfnn i l done with gold paint If you have several scraps of r bbon in bright COIOl from five to ten inches long a good way to utilize theti is by makIng thein Into ttiny bags filled with cotton and den Five ir six of tleseJittle layenI slipped In a mong the sheets in en closet give the snowy contents a delicate perfume that s very pleasant Coyer two mall bras rings with embroidery silk by bUtt Iihole stitching over the ricgs Fasten ii ring to each end ofa yhrd of satin ribbon half an inch wide By putting tone ring over your thum and winding the ribbon ImplefcontrIvancenes rotting on a heavy coati Howto Te ch Children pare of Hair Mothers s ould teach their gi Is to care for thel hair us early as po sible Ita girl is coaxed into tie habit of giving her ocks a hundred strokes with a dean brush every mornin and evening and braiding them loose for bed thfe foundation for a beautiful head of hair will be laid Too many edlwlththtoliaveit ji rked and tangled lustily when school irne comes round ucb nttesIII to use the ot ers hairbrush Diseases f the scalp ire most CQ tnslo and the brush Is he surest germ agen HoW to Have Beautiful Teeth The are ol the teeth Is an old tiues tlon but It Is truly astonishing how niany Iwomen neglect the esseitlul oints of thei dental art jWe are told times withoi t number that to ave bruthednfterfo this 1 AJiretty mouth with glisjtcn hj tcath is i beautiful sIht anc1 the te1lunorLg to keep the Iteeth sh nj Gold tfilllngs are considered vu gar now mid many people are paying t mir gold fillings r moved and inlays made In toad How to Practice Strict jEconomy Fathers shl ts which are woni at lngimother The bottom and ides of the mothers apr n which ls worn put in the center make a little underskirt for baby to plaJin Old lace curt4ns mfxke good n gs for dishes or wjp ng off the stove laking up dust and mrny other things How to Keep Hair From Turning To one draiiof sulphate of quinine nqdeigbtQ es of rosewnter fifteen miiiluis of dj ute sulphuric acid and two ounces ot rectified spirits in ir and fldd onef ourtl ounce of glycerin and five or six tiirilms of essence royjile or in egg Agitate untlllthe 89111 Essence complete Apply to the rdpts every H i I S S S I S S S S S S S iTheTrustBuster S 5 5 5 S S L S S I S S S S Original How y goln to vote this year asked the keeper ofa country store of an old hayseed with a wink at the bystanders Aint gem n to vote at all grunted the old man s What nbt exercise your duty as a patriotic citizen Patriotism be banged A mans patriotism s really what he considers hIslInterest to be You fellers know that for years Ive watched the trusts reachln out legally illegally bribln corruptln as the case required to rob people lou know how when they want a Judge they buy him when they want a legislature they buy it They waa tryin to buy the govment o the United States but they run up agin sqmepn trongern they was their selves They got persecuted under the law Then my patriotism was bollln I seen a chance for honest men to get their dues I seen the time comin when all the money a man could earn nieednt go into beef and oil ud be plenty as bad whisky and we cud all l1vdon what we used to live on afore the trusts sucked the Ute outer us I thought this was patriotism It wasnt It was nothin moren kickin agin the other feller gittin the better flus If anybodyd give me money to pay for things I wanted and have a good sum left over I wouldnt V kick ed Id kicked the feller that tried to interfere with the system How did I find that put Ill tell y My brother Dan went to New York when he waR a bojto go into business Now lies a stoqkbroker Waal Dan he was allus writin me to come down to the city to see him an last summer I went Hes got a big house n lots o hired help I asked him if there was much preju dice gin the trusts in New Yot kHe didnt say nothin ex eptOh youre a trust buster are ye I hadnt been called by that name before and I didnt like it nor his ay 0 sajinrit fWell he went oni you stay here long enough well tike liat out o you Never I said Ill ne er lose my reverence for law for eqi ity for justice and above all the por who suffer from havin to pay ej orbitant prices for what they need HI used to loaf down in pans office duriii the daytime T lore was allus a Jot of fellers there lo kin at addick in jnachine they callet a ticket It told em what their stoc s was a Bellin at When their stocks went up they larfed when they we it down they looked soUr as green apples One day John told me that a poolrwhatever that waswas agoin to put up Bloodsucker Oil van if I wanted to nake some money hed give me a chance All he wanted was some margin as he called itthat is aper cent p the c9st o the st6ckjust as a matter o form I wrote a cheek oh my bank for the amount and before the ink was dry on the paper lie told me the stocks was boughten Bloodsucker Oil went up and up and up and my profits went up with it Then news come that the company had been fined enopgh money to buy must o the farms in this yere state I saw my profits wiped out and then most 0 the money Id give Dan for that blamed margin was wiped out too All the fellOrsaround the tiqker begun to howl that the govirient vtas ruinin the business o the country And what dye think When Dan told me that if my stock went down a few more per cent hed have to sell nje out an Id lose all I put in I jert riz up and I cursed and I swore r con sarll a govment thatll inter- terewltfi what It dont know nothn S attorney eneaIJandjudges lied better confine punishin men for hoss stealih The Bloodsucker Oil company has been cheapenin kerrysepe for years an now a corrupt set o men who want to turn the country into an empire like Roosla air tryin to stop em Its a conspyracy to rob the people and make em pay more 1 The men around the ticker didnt any of em par any attention to what I wits sayin They was all swearin at the administration theirsplves ex cept one than who says tome he says 4But my friend dont you want some power able and ready to see that the men who manage the company whose stock you own dont wreck Itand swindle you No I says I dont What goods the stock to me It my margin is all et tip and I git sold out When I started for home a ruined man gratin ray teeth and cussln the govment Dan he handed me a check kmilin I didnt buy you any Blood sucker Oil he says but when I saw the decision of the court fin In the company I sold some shares short for you Your profit is 7GOO Here It Is1 Waal now I was out of It I could feel the patriotism oozln right back into me tinglln In fingers my toes and my ears Yj calls me a trust- buster Dan I says an I am I wish theyd fine Bloodsucker OH all Its cap ital an youd sell It all short for me1 But when I got home and thort lit all over I made up my mind that I couldnt conscientiously consider my self a patrlot any Ibnger You fellers kin do the vatin Im gain to stay at home ARNOLD VAN HORN1 GGtZMZ4i fiiHit FNe WH Grocery 1 L And M E AT Firm4 1 p + Ij v 4itrTcontinue the business in the storeroom now occupied by Mr lampbells J lB esides the Grocery business my father Mr1 F T Gox will 1I Conduct an UptoDate I IAND THE BEST OF ALL KINDS OF MEAT WILL BE SUPPLIED TO THE TRADE i +1 +4i t Complete and fresh line of FAMILY GROCERIES will be found Italts times in my stock and I inyite the people of Springfield Tand Washington + t1CountytoaIlandseeme j y i +JIt 1 4 tII CoxiiLer11r14h dii1i+ oJ 4 + VJ V r7WWWW ITESTED HIS LOGIC John Seemed to Make His Point butt Missed the Chirken firstjfrom college T Hus John said the father what have you learned ot college Oh lots of things said the son ns he recited his course ot studies Then he concluded l also studied logic ILogicsaid the old man What is that Its the art of reasoning said the SOn The art of reasoning Isaid the fa ther What Is that ny boy giveyouchic liens are ion that dish father Twot said the old man Well said John 1 can prove there are three Then he stuck his fork in one and saidThtis oito isji1 It L forknYes replied the father again Well dont one and two mako three replied John triumphantly Well I declare said the father you have learned things at college Well mother continued the old man to is wife I will give you one of the chlcjkens to eat and Ill take the other and John can have the third How Is that obnJudge MEXICAN CARRIERS The Cargadors Can Carry Enormous Loads on Their Shoulders Just as one finds the rickshaw everywhere In India so one finds the dor In Mexico He Is a beast cargo den In general he is a comparatively small man with broad shoulders and Ioncwond and legs4Tq look at him not thlnkjho voiki nhle to carry heavy burdens But the weight be can carry Is surprising You have n trrnk you can scarcely move for instance You send for a cargador He gets it upon his back high up on the shoulders and he marches off with it as easily as though it were a plaything A life dedicated to carrying heavy burdens has made this work easy for him A slightly built Mexican will carry over 500 pounds on his shoulders for short distances Until recent years aibiost everything in the City of Mexico and everywhere else throughout tIle republic was car ned upon the backs of cargadors If you wanted to move your household furniture you hired a certain number of cargadcrs For house moving they generally nork In pairs each pair having a hau4 truck which they pick up and carry when Itls loaded for it has no wheels In the City of Mexico there are stI1l1 hundreds of these hand trucks though one may now find plenty of carts wagons and heavy moving trucks Mexican Herald ThlonlY Po H cr AbJ There was a French count said n lecturer in the midst of a little sermon oil selfishness who was traveling from Paris to Monte Carlo On his journey he stopped at Montane where he sent for his valet who had preceded him and was to have met him at that point Alas monsieur exclaimI- ed the counts courier poor Francois I have just looked my last upon hlmi He was killed in a railway accident His cbrpse lies on the outskirts of Mentone cut In a hundred pieces Ah murmured the count regretfully Then Just go back and fetch me the piece that contains my trunk keys CL Grundy R R olhas for sale a 125 pound Chester White male hog MEAT MARKET Ernest Farmers I Keep Your Feet DRY This Winter by Wearing FootwearGrundy Springfield Ky PUBLIC SALE Thursday December 5 Having decided to move to Indiana I will offer for sale on the above date at my home place at Kellys Stop the Two goodIwork horses two good driving horses one yearling Chester Dare filly pair of 4yearold workmules One suckling mare mule colt 3 cows one mule one sow arid pigs and some stock hogs one thoroughbred boar a lot of baled hay Two buggies one runabout one good wagon one good riding plow two breakingup plows harness and a lot of other farming im- plementsA good new tobacco planter Household and kitchen furniture Termsmade known on day of sale Sale to begin at 130 p m WALTER THOMPSON s M Campbell Auctioneer v l ci1fJt Tv i iETvw14dwW tv Commissioners Sale J R Harmon etc Plaintiffs vs W 0 etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment ai id Ordjer of sale of the Washington Circu t Court JthereofflQ7proceed to offer for sale on the pre i5estthe hour of 130 0 clock p j thereabout on tr THURSDAY NOV 28 1907 r Upon a credit of 1 2 and 3 years A The land to besold is near Mackville ftoKyBeginning at a stone cornerto dower 331E26 E 74 poles to a ston in Josh Tumeys line on said branch thence wjfhTumeys line N 57 W poles to a stone on theWest side of me road corner to the heirs thence N 371 E 4Th poles toa stone thence S 31i E 2120 poles to a Walnut stump thence S 32i W 26J poles to a Beech tree thence S32 W 66 poles tot a stone corner to dower thence S57YI IQSif poles to the beginning containing one hundred and twenty two 1221 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid the force and effect of a judgment Alien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bid ders will be required to comply promptly with these terms MG LEACHMAN M C W C G SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMNS 0 4alepureToms 3 hens 2 r1f F M Shewmaker Rt 3 has for leQtwenty 80 pound shoatS t L A Burns Springfield has for skle a nice lot of mules A C Kimball Springfield his fOr sale tour doen Brown Leghor hens- and three cockrels SpringfieldKyBronze turkeys Toms 4 hens 2 50 tureisrWaldnerand well marked Will sell at reisona c ble prices Address Miss Eliza Mcln 99IlMrs J A Cecil Fredericktown Ky has for sale 50 pure bred Buff Wyandott pullets and a few cockerels ljghtBrahmasW M Hardin Fenwick has for aae twentyfive stock shoats averaging about 50 pounds gfieldiKyBronze turkeys Toms 3 hens 2 J L Allen Springfield has for sate a nice colt I Will JExpect Your SEWING On the first of December I will p gth sewing at my home near Polin on the Springfield pike and respectfully to licit your patronage Bring me your goods and 1 will take your measurand make you a dress at tfie lowest oib- le prIcelFor further information call 421 Mooresville exchange PEAR SMOTRER4t1Grigsby SSi t djYt i a t rp 4Iit Si