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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wTuTuT r t i f i tif tl I t 1f C I cn bett DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 4i4VO UME III rt t iI SPRINGFIELDKY1 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1907 iAi NUM1EI52 t t nRINGFELJ SUN II ROGfRS GORE fDIT RAND PUBLISHER IsnSCRIPTlmOO PER YEAR CASH i1t t A WORD TO FARMERS 1 toII cco ompany at the r tent time is notoipy helping i that and merciless trust to de stro tiis neighbors and frieids but he is pi cin in the hands oft le trust a weai on which will sooner later be fir lised upon hun rjt you el+ a great service 1 y holding your tobacco In the ver name of ibertpitself hold it j Hold ypur tobacoforthe ske of the I poor ten4nt who is in the p41hold it for the ake of his needy family fcr the sake of his little children who have an the past been denied educ4tional adl Vantages because they were orced to 0 work Ifrqm the morningls early dawn till the eyehings shadows foi ced them to leyethe tobacco fie1dveary andj f Ijworn jby the days drudgery Hold ipur tobacco for the sake of the hunj dreds of homes throughout I entuckyV and as certainas a just God rifles above happy j3aywiil dawn for yo4HRemember Right always conquers Wrona The seemingly de eats of 11 today may mean victories for tomor zowt1 you sell tobacco to the trust youy91 lontributejust that Imuch to e destruction of an orgarfiza ton wl id se aim it is to estab lish your nce bStan4pool Tbay are your are contenoingTfor yo9ights for your liberties as as to r own rights and liber tfes I To thos farmers who are inthd pool who are tue and tried frierras of the Organization we want tcrmaRe a few uggestpsThe important thin rat this iinietFeImost essential s are cool heald Dont do any unnecessary olthrtatthe bounkl of law and wewiq all ivit jess th eeting oJ the clouds i Dazzling light of victory thef i A mee 1 ig of the Burley District cicutive lie ard will be held at Winches jfer next Tuesday and it is iBeKeved that thi eetingwi1l result ii much gjood A telegram received yesterday firom Winchester states that the grrad uers are n4graing Washingtbn cotjn ty tobacc As the counties are being taken alphabetically this indicates that the tobasid in all but one county rWoodfoid has been graded When 1e gradh is completed a pride can her 4inythethe of f IlAn Air rican woman who nirried r Dutchman named Gotternufffbe cause 1o9hisi Jobldr fotternuf dijAnna coy Wi son wont jhis kin to ERce But you are not to inderstam j by this thahe i4 afrard thqv cant fill the bill i i EF Pretty bad of course ibut notjBO excruciating as you might supo4 Ufthe Monsters ever come yo nd you escape aIi elteU em trtdo itagain anfdar e em yit M ld that public confilience al1 i necessary to makernone y le Therefore the gentleman ei her coni enc norimoney T1 ft THREE YEARS OLD iI j The Sun is three years old and while it has grown no whiskfrs it has learned oito chaw ferbacker and 1 j feels like Its a man During the three years journey we ave met arid overborne some obstacles- e have climbed a few high hills and ive glided through some beautiful illeys wJhave been pricked by thorns and stung by insects but praise the good rdwe have had tie kind ords of many friends with which to bilm I To the friends who have been f friends indeed we are grateful we will never forget you and if the op p ever comes our way we will repay 1 youdnd in repaying you we will be made happy n THEM ILUTERATESI Col Henry Watterson in a three column editorial printed in the Courier Journal last aturday under thehead illiterates lpays his disrespects he editors of country newspapers ays a great many perfectly shock ihd things about his country cousins Ha goes so far as to call em var mi tsand reptiles and bantams and woolly roosters Now that aint so Its a downright mistake and we be lieve Mr Watterson WAs joking about it I He also calls em liars and illiter tneIou ds of rasonThe fact is Mr Watterson stumbled over a few gram ma Ical bumbs in the paragraphs culled and printed from country news papers and for that reason he dubs the editors illiterates At first thought i t wjould seem that he had the proof agin em But there is a chjance for a misunderstanding ort Mr Watter sons part These editors may not have studied the same grammar that Mr Watterson studied They mayI have studied the grammar that Rev Akin learned how to speak cbr IM t from Rev Akin said his mar taughthim that iti was cor rect to sayI havf5awif you told thet uth about ir But that his gram LFvheBu notwitnstadnjng1 that l Wat terson spanked hard notwithstand 1ings me re spotsr upoii many of tHe boyswe all love and respect the great editor we j glad he js our own doar Marse Hen sthe greatest editor in all the wide woriKxme of the few geaiuses born eyery cfentucyjone among th- miii e swh can prove ith a fe strok sofThis quill that the pen ism gh ier than the sword bolo Hbnry Watterson has hurt the teelin s of every country newspaper in Kentuckyman Jalap Powers and Mrs Bradley are now on trial for nurder Before springlsets in we are to have Harry Thkws trial These trsals and tribu latioitgl together with the usual routine earl quakes1yclones conflagrations a mphjey panic and an approaching Presidential election make imes ex citing find there is danger of a lot of Teddy Bears bein keered to death Foot jail player and butchers ai slaughtering Congress i in session A goo i way to make a fellow get religion is to get him to figuring on howlonirhelUbe dead MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT On next Wednesday December 11 at high noon Miss Sadie Ray Mayes will be married to Mr Eyerett E Bus ter The marriage pill occur at the Presbyterian church in this city and the ceremony will tie saict by the pastor Rev R E C Lawsony Miss Mayes is the charming and pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs John Young Mayes and is one of Springfield most popular prosperousnear Harrodsburg and is a member of one of Mercer countys most prominent and influential famili- esSERIOUSLY BURNED Was Mrs George McNabfr While Rendering Lard On lasjt Monday at noon Mrs George McNabb while rendering lard at the home of Mr S C Mc3illnear town was seriously burned She was at work in the Idt near the house and her clothing caught from the open fire and was burned entirely from her body before the flames could be extinguished but the onlyserious burns she sustained are on the left side arjd arm While her suffering Is yet very severe Mrs McNabb is reported better and she will recover In an effort to put tHefire out Miss Mattie McGill sustained some very painful burps on both hands fSuccessful The series of meetings jat thr Metho dist church here conducted by the pas totRev Lyon and Dr J W Simp son of Taylursville are being well attended and much interest is being manifested Dr Simpson is preaching some excellent sermons and much good ictreing accomplished A number of conversions have res tiltecL The meet ing will corttinue through this week Important rfotice There will be a meeting ot theCoun ty Local at Pleasant Grove Saturday Dec 14 Every member is earnestly requested to be present as some very important business is to be attended 19 WM NALLY President Caleb powers and his attorneys ad mit that the assassin fired the fatal shot from the office of the Secretary of State Col Jack Qhinn you are ex onerated We congratulate you Hon Cr McChbrd hashoel re lieved of much of the stinkof defeat He has been retained by the State to handle the railroad rate cases at a fee of 5000 Old Santa Claus is the bestest man ateveroo did see There are enough stumbling blocks along the p h ayof every life to build a city of block houses At the point of big guns robbers looted a bank at Clinton ills last v week Iii this day of enlightenment a bank robbery in this strenuous way is unasual if not astounding A determined ffort will be made to Capture the robbers rewards will be pffdEed dc tectives will scour the ountrnd the culprits will finally be apprehended tried and sent to the penitentiary But the bank robbers of Wall Street illl continue to pursue the even tenor 0f their ways under the protection of the nations laws th6y will continue to loot the vaults of th4 people in eVery Statei in the Union The highwayman who robs and pluhden at the point of a gun throughcthe laws of our country but the roIber who loots through the itliieshomes of countless thousands1 is not only not convicted by our laws but he is encollragedH I MARRIED IN CALIFORNIA Mr James H Edelen Marries a Talented Woman of Berkley California Mr James H Edeleri formerly of this place but now of Oakland Gal was married last Thursday Thanksgiv ing day to Miss Mary Evelyn Schmidt of Berkley alMr Edelen is a son of Mr George Edelen of near this citrandiup until a few yehrs ago made his home at this place tHe has been s sudcessfulin the city of Oakland where here sides he is recognized as one of the citys most progressive business men Mr Edelens many Washington county friends extend congratulatims brideIMissof Mrs N D Schmidt of Berkeley She is well known in musical circles around the bay where shrhas distin guished herself as a rare at tainments For many she con ducted a studio in hJsbity Miss Schmidt is a native daughter having CaliforniaAftercouple will reside in Fruitvale r C C MeCHORD RESIGNS Office of Railroad Com r Repir s i Rate Gases r Frankfort Ky Nov 30 JFollowing his resignation asa mem per ofthe State Railroad Commission JC C Mc Chord has been employed by Gov Beckham as counsel fOr thie State in the railroad rate cases not pending Mr McChord who has been a member ot the commission for fifteen years and who is cognizant of every detail of the railroads h controversies was in his race for reelection antS term would have ex pired 10 and it isi reported unit is to bei appoint ed to serve through the remnaW of the term Mr McChord is to receive a fee of 5ODO for all services to be rendered until the rate cases are settled NOTICE TO HUNTERS The undersigned citizens of Willis burg and vicinity hereby give notice that we yill not permit hunting of any kind on our premises rabbit bird fox hunting This also applies to orI pasersiT W Peed Henry Thompsdn W W Hy Walter Hal ttIJohn Colvin R C Pinks on T J Miller W R Scot w M Foster John W Gc rdon Robert Bajrr Decatur Dr goI Litse1rAJerome Colvin Dock Coultr Hu4gateJohi Important Notice Farmers who still have tobacco of 1906 crop in thpir barns are requested to bring same into the warehouse as soon as it is possible to handle it It is important thtjthis be done in orderI to get the samples of alrtob Winchester at once M Notice To Debtors Having disposed of my grocery I earnestly reques t all parties indebted to me to call at onie and settle MRS LIZZIE CAMPBELL A Fine Boar For Sale Iwill sell one of my herd boars at farmers price l months old JL fine ee el of large uniform Ii ttersi I am also offering fcr sale September farrowed boars Choice ones Gilts all sold Come andisee themor write J E SHELBY R Ml the Paper Trust The Glasgow Times says i More than a year ago The Glasgow Times warned the country newspa ers that they were the victims of a conscienceless blank paper trust which unless checked in its aggressions would destroy them It reiterates that warn ing now Unless the monopoly of the International Paper Company in the manufacture of newspaper supplies is broken onehalf the country press of Kentucky will be driven out ofbusi ness in the next two years A circular recently issued by one of the paperniill owners who has since old to the trust says Behind the consolidations of the printpaper con cerns now concluding stands the Inter national Paper Company witn fiftyfour mills already bought out or taken into the trust Obtions are now held on practically all the remaining mills in the pulp s ctionThe International Paper Company with a capital stock of 188000000 has the paper trade in its grip Within twelve months every printpaper plant in Wisconsin Minne sot and Michigan will be absorbed in this gigantic combine The price o f white newspaper pnnt will jump to six cents in thecoming twelvemonths In the last halfdozen ydars blank paper usa advanced from 145 per hundred to 345 per hundred In the past year it has advanced fifty percent p cost In addition to this all material necessary to the publication of a newspaper has largely increased in cOt without exception Blank pa per ink composition fuel labor and expenses of every character are higher than ever before known With his blank paper fonrferljrsell ing at 145 now marked up to 345 and a limit of 6 set by the trust with every item connected with neWspaper publication increased from 25 to 100 percent and with the cost of his family life advancing in the same proportion the publisher of the small country weekly is indeed between the upper and the nether millstone He must either raise his subscription advertis L and jobrate rates or go out of business These are the plain alter natives If this is not done The Times repeats its assertion that manyners papers will be forced to it is done they run the risk of los ng their patronagesmall and insuffici mt at best In no line of busines in all the active walks of life are the tru sts striking harder or with more deadly effect than at the country newspaoc rs Meanwhile every editor should n ge his congressman to aid in the repeal of the tariff on woodpulp With pt Ii and the timber from which pul is manufactured admitted free of duty the burden will be at least lighten ed There is no politics in this It is a simple fight for xistncea plain nat ter of liviner or dying fore under pres ent conditions the country press an IthepaperdwardsPinkst t Miss Effie Edwards daughter of Mr and Mrs John Edwards of Texas and Mr Purdom PinkstOn s6ntfMr A C Pinkston of DeKalb Ills7 were mar ried Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock by Rey Walker of the Mackyile Metho disti church The wedding came as a surprise to the many friends of the young people Friends extend congratulations fand record wishes for many years olv happy married life for Mr and Mrs Pirikston i Nqtice All persons having claims against the estate of P C W Peterson are direct ed to present same properly proven Before me on or before the hrst day of February 1908 Wilf hold my sitting at clerks office in Springfield Kyt 1o receive claims and hear proofon Tuefe day and Thursday of each week M G LEACHMAN MCWCC t SUDDEN DEATII AT BLIN O Good Citizen Passes Away As V Result of An Atfeck of V rif Rheumatism The people of the Blinco community were much shocked on Sunday night when it was announced thatr Mr Man nie Corbett had died suddenly He had been suffering of inflammatory rheuma tism for several months but his eendi tion was not considered serious The deceased leaves a wife and vechil dren who have the iympathyof all m their bereavement Funeral services were held at St Rose after which bunal occurred in the St Rose cem tery Mr Corbett was a kind husband an affectionate father and a generous friend and neighbor He will be great ly missed A half brother Mr Victor Corbett died two weeks ago 1Severa young people attended the festiv at Holy Cross Thanksgiving Otha and Martia Newton IMessrs to Louisville aUer a fewdays with their parents Mr T Carrico has moved to the arm he recently purchased from Jffoer Burks heirs Orie Cambron of Louisville is spend i ing a few days with his parents here Miss Lounette Burnett entertained at dinner Misses Agnes Ryan BeSsie BurKe Messrs Dan and Mike Ryan and George Burke pneumonia Mrs Cattle Corbett is seriously illof Mr Charlie Bratcher has returned tx this home in Louisville after weeks with relatives here L H r DEATH OF J I ff IC GOOD w1f f DiedlnN4Mexlc Silas Logsdon Near Town y At Mrs Jane Thompson formerly of Washington county died Nov 28 1901fS at the home of her nephew Coulter of Preston IjJew Mexico The deceased was the widow of John M Thompson who died twentyfour a s ago She was born and reared in Washr ington county being a daughter of T J Montgomery She h da h05fof friends and relatives in this county who mourn her death She was sixtythree4 years old Three children survive nerl Joe A Thompson ofTexJ Thomasj Thompson of Elmhurst Cal and Mrs Silas Logsdon of near town j To tne griefstrickqn ones The Sun f together with many triends ext ncs s condolence i jBowling S The Glen Lil Bowlm Team 3f thisv 1placjnon hooked together last night ron I the local alleys resultinst a victory bf twooutOf three for the home team The Lebanon team won the first game by about forty pins The Spnngfield team winning the next two by four and sixtythree pins The contest waS wittnessed by a good crowd and athe games wereclose a great deal enthui asm was aroused 4 i r iJ The Saxton Glee Club W U r On Friday night Decembefeis jtheu W Saxton Glee Club assisted byltb7eEaeV Aid Society of the Presbyterian churcht will a concert at Court House An interestingpi1ograi hai eenar rranged andAthe concert promise tpibfe if one ot thelript7intertinifnof thes nI J AdmIssion daf hLS i j forSak t I have decided to sell insr aiockJmrm onsisting of abotit 350 a r g5room cottage and 1lI1 1 buildings WiJ aillfor 2Opr re if sold in the hsxt 90 4ays Xr J BAJ7Bi dstQwaI 4 Yr if tI Ii I t 1 tI cTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER i 1907 i iI II I j hd sen the Goods are Merchants whoI i viv AD VERTISE i and JudiciousAdvertisers first study the wants of theirp trand tl en Select the Best Medium Through which to put thei wares before the publici IrfF y I HThe pringfidIF t H s It Is reoffh Zed as the best Raying1 medium through which the merchants of Washington county acquaint the public with their goods The SUH goes into every noofi and corner of the counter into the homes of the best people is read by men women and children alike not ecause of its superioi news serviceC13Yering the entire county and giving State and National news in condensed form and ontfinin every other feature of an iipto date coptry paperbut because its advertising columns are a safe guide to follow ink sing of merchandise f aJl kinds f s j r t vertie o The Sun and fiet Resu tsf I rJ HILLatIMr J A Coulter jnd wife Mrs Nancy Scott Laura P trick and Effie Coulter spent unday i ith Mr J M Montgomery an family Mr Babe Coul er and v Ife spentSat urday and Sun ay wit Dock Coulter and family Miss Zora Me ntgomeiy spent Satur d9yand Sunday with MnsesMaud and Eyalnman Mr Tom Coul er and wife spent Sunday with Mr R hard H rdin and fam fly Hunting bird and ra bIts is the or derofthe day I hope the good pedple will pass a law to pi event so much hunting as some stock hi s been shot by huritersTh A S 6i E had i county meeting at Pleasant rove sc ool house Sat urday evening Mr Otis darrion and ife spent Sat urday and Sunday with her parents at Mackville We were sor ry to hea r that Mr Lee Settles child was very b dly burned Emmet Reed happei ed to a very serious accident last Tuesday A horse kicked him breaking his arm Mr John Armtrong illed sixtyfive rabbits Thanksgiving da y Nancy Scott bought of Ofis Harmon alot of corn p ice 55 c nts per bushel Also two hogs from J A Coulter at 4 cents per Mr Tom Counter spe tt Sundaynight with J A Coulter and amily COMMISSIONER NOTICE CtiasP Welfej assigree etc Plain I tiffs vs T Dudley Veils etc De fendants All creditors ot T D idley Wells are hereby notified to prese it and file their claims properly prove before the un dersignedat his offic in Springfield Ky on or before February 1 1908 By order of the W ashingt n Circuit Court in the above sly led acti n M G LEA HMAN M C W C C The agic o3t cNumber thr e is a w mderf ul mascot for Geo H Parris f Cedar Grove Me according- After to a let er which reads suffering muc i with liver and kidney trouble and cominggreatly discouraged by the f ijlure to find relief I tried I llectric Jitters and as a result I am a well mjari today The first bottle relieved ajnd three bottles completed the are guaranteed best on earth for s mach iver and kidney troubles by H ydon lobertsondrug istSv 50c j J 1 new How to Prepare for Tfhe Trip Abroadr I 0it is always to get into first class conllt on before you undertake au ocean jo iruey for you are sure to tax your str jngth daily as far as it will go says tie Cincinnati Com mercial Tribune idur family physi clan can give you some safe rem dies fitted to our iillpleI which you can take while any of the ordinary ailments to which your individual flesh is hell thus spar lug you many an i ncouifortable mo ment as well as tlie necessity of call ing In a strange pi actitioner However good this dpct r is he may not Immediately know Uow best tov treat you i The safest plan is Halt to take any thing which your doc or does not heart ily indorse to avoid sweets uncooked fruit and all things lot likely to agree with you When i auneateU assume a recumbent uttltuc e find remaili as quiet as possible j ake only hot and easily assimilated fq ad and have a hot water bag which yen can place either at your feet or st mach Heat will ennlljor even waterproof sloth not a bag wherein to wrap we sponges and tow elsA Besides all th usual toilet articles travelers are c xpected to provide their owii soup T lis is conveniently Carried lu the form if soap leaves Be iMd to have a cell bold case for your loothbrush bristles A tnt Steamer tru ik to be left at the Lcumor otllee until your return is de 31raJib This will c utain your steam it Teacher Johnny why are you so Ig nor uln to your hiitory legion l ICId tiYell teacbe you told me that Ignorance irublis a er rug and a small pillow anyhow nna probably most of yoiir steamer outfit A man should have on the steamer Oiie medium weight traveling suit of good make able to withstand weather Underwear of extra thickness will make this suit warm enouglLfor cold ocean days while a couple of suits of gauze underwear will adapt it to temperate aud even moderately hotidays An extra suit for emergencies dress clothes as need for them Is 1y to arise a mackintosh or raincoat jwhich can answer for overcoat on cold days i and even a dressing gown on a pinch make the bulk of the Impedimenta A felt hat of comfortable make and shape and a traveling cap answer ev cry purpose as headgear for the aver age tourist Most travelers male and femalK will fcul It wise to the least possible amount of clothing with thorn The only article of which both sexes should have aplonty at the start Is footwear which shoitld be new yet thoroughly broken in Remember you are to walk many a mile and stand many ah hour Low Heels rubber preferred are aji assistance and in most casts necked shoes are better than the decollete variety Keep your ankles warmon shipboard Ladies should set out with one tailor twine skirt and jacket as plain jis pos sible of a material iwhich will shed the rain uitd dust and stand the sun lU Kse should be so constructed that volF can get in and out of them without aid from anybody else Belt collar and tie should c securely fastened to shirts waist null jacketso that they cannot 1O mislaid even in an emergency He Fired the Stick l have tired the walking stic Ive carried over 4o years on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until i tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North MIIsN C Guaran teed for Pill s Burns etc by Haydon Robertson druggists 25c OOQGOOOOOOOCXXXXXtoOOOOOOOC OGOGOOOGOOGOGOCOGGGOOOGOOO OGGGOOGOOOOOOOOGOOOOCOOOOO The SUN 1 CXOOOQOOOOCdOOCOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOCXXXX OOOOOOO 20O j 1 b Clean Matting Ft To clean matting it should be first swept thoroughly with a stiff broom following the grain jof the straw then swept across the gram with a soft broom that has ben dipped in warm water says the New York Telegram Tlien wash thoroughly in warm water in which a handful of salt has been dissolved Nothing brightens colored matting so much as the suIt and moreover It goes far to prevent it fad lug The light colored matting should bti washed In water in which borax has been dissolved If any grease spots are noticed before the matting is cleansed cover them with a mixture of prepared chalk wet with turpentne which after being allowed to remain on for two days should be removed with a stiff brush n the event of the grease having sunken in about one eighth of washing soda added to the mixture will be effectual 1 Sweet mill Is said to keep the matting in a good state of preservation and it Is only necessary to use the application about once a year l The Old Way and the New The young lady from Boston was ex pUiining Take an eggshe said and make a perforation in the base and a corresponding one in the apex Then you apply the lips to the aperture fwd bjj forcibly inhaling the breath tilt shell Is entirely discharged of its con tents JAn old lady who was listening ex- claImed iIt beats all how folks aothincs nowadaysr When I was a gal they inside a hole In cinch end and sucked fudges Library l v What the Poet Says jVfter their honeymoon to Niagara falls they came and settled on the old farm- fGraelous balk Sile Cynthia Why are you in such nbn humor Making butter Is blamed hard work grumbled S Ins removing the bonds rom his bro MjOh cheer up Sile Dont the PO P say It is Move that makes the world go round 9 XsbUt by jos It dont make the go roun Chicago News TemperatureI was rather cold said Hi Tragedy They were at first replied Lowe Comedy but1 yueri they remembered that they bad paid good money to cee the show they got hot Catholic Standard and Times The Worst Part Soyour daughter Is going to UlDrtv- a title said the old acquaintance uNo answered Mr Cumrox hJtS jpirprse than that Shes got to take Ia fellow that dont like along with iti Wal11nKton Star y IIa Sun tI Lakes Overflowers FJtoftimber Price 60 per acre No 74125 acres on good pike 1 mile from school close tx ir gopdstoclcfi t In grass fine orchard a bargain at 2250 per acre No 752774 acres in J mile of Springfield on pike 2 newto t waterOne No 76U4 J acres 6 miles from Lebanon on good pike good 6 f room dwelling O good barns alloutbuildings all farm in grass pQh aeres orchard grass well under good fence 55 per rer pike5rooml J over halt the farm in grass 90 acres of fine tobacco land plentyi of water per acre NoStl O acres 5miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Springitfield on good pike 9 room dwelling in excellent repair good tenant house 3 stock barns one 40x60 feet plenty of gras fine to goodfencemilesfrom2 good orchards one peach and one aPPle plenty of tim ertplenty f uf water 125 acres of grass 20 acres of bottom landfine tobacco land good tenant house Price 20 per acre No83167 acres 7 mils from Springfield 1 mile from road 3 room dwelling m god repair barn holds 4 acresof tobacco75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacco land plenty ot lacusts good plenty oi water Price 2000 No 877U acres 3 miles from SPrin field J mile from pike 5 Iroom dwelling in good repair good barn plenty of water good Price 30 per acre No 88114 acres 1 mile from Mackville J mile trom pike 8 room dwelling 40 acres of grass 50 acres of fine tobacco landpgood tobacco barn 40x100 feet good stock barn 45 per acre J No 89202 acres 2 miles North of Springfield 10 acre tobacco barn 7 room dwelling of water all the year around plenty tobaccofarmssNo 90r260 cres 8 miles from Springfield room brick dwell ing in good repair farm well fenced 2 good barps will house 12j oneIplow to school on good pike 2 miles front Price 50 per acre B D LAKER1SprlnEJ THEBEST BUSINESS SCHOO ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the sho time thebestipositidCLARand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than giaduar School is Jn Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students aye ft Get full particulars from the editor of this paper dr Rev Granville W L or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1907 Ij J 3 p LLIAMt ItAs I iave beeirabsent for sore time IIwiIl tiy to jot ciowna few items Mr Sdd Fos er and family visited Mrs Fosters arents Mr and Mrs Merrel Pinkster last Saturday and J Sunday Hog killing Sms tobe theprder of tnedayj H f We seaUIsons qd rmers are piljg thqir tobacc Mr and Mrs J H Scott spent last Sunday with theii son Mr OT Scott of Scruggsville Mrs Bertha oster spent Several days last week with her sister Mrs J B Jenkins whc is very ill with pneu monia v vr I Mr Willie Go and wife jjpent last J 5Sunday with the ormers parents Mr and MrsrGoff Vh te who has Ijeen sick fork Ifing time i some better Mr Edd Goff and family vill leave some tiIfthis week for DeKslb Ill Mrs Ke sling who has been sick for sohle tim is not mucrbetter News is very sc rce at fr The tattler rc Contrary to the general belief the rattler rarely glv s its characteristic note of warning intll actually attack ed In factthe s tarp vibrant ring of Its terminal appendage is probably de- sIgned laofe to aj sist this very slug gish serpent tp ob ain its food than to thefmost ru il entary traces of auditory apparatus and are practically deaf the In the ense of hearing be- Ing compensated for by an extreme ne s f ling which makes them awjareof the approach of Sieving objects bjy the rib atlon of the ground Hunters treadln cautiously upon a J Soft carpet of moss or leaves to avoid alarming game ill often step close toor ovejr a rattler without disturbing it or receiving Darning and while many snakes are seen and killed by them it Is prob bl that a far greater t number are passeqby unnoticed All snakes are li rather run than fight and the rattler Is not Invit ing certain destru tion by advertising its whereabouts In the brush Francis t Ietcalfeln Outing Magazine 1 J Professional Pride r Lo professional humorists eVer laugh at other peo les jokes jUNq They neve r admit that other YQrkAmerIcan How to Treat Damp Walls To cure aamp wans make a varnish of one of shel ac to two parts oftnaphtha jand cover the damp partfthoroughly with it This varnish hasca disagreeable smel but It soon wears oftand the wall Is covered with aIcoating perfectly pervious tpd3mp i The wailt paper can be in the usual when on re the wnll is t wf dryj to Reliev la Nosebleed To relieve a nos bleed take n strip a of white paper fr m the edge of ahnewspaper four In lies long roll then flatten betwee i thumb and fingere Moisten fn water alse the upper and pac roll fiiu ly on gums above teeth Pull upper ICp down Into placeE The pressure will relieve the t once i Conuuissio ers SaleI Washington ircuitCourt Ky Ji H Hates etc Plaintiffs vs w A etc I etendants Equity By virtue of a j dgment and order of sale of the Washi igton Circuit Court rendered the Oct her term thereof 1907 in fhe above tyled cause1 shall proceed tp offer for sale on the premises on THURSDAY DEC 19 1907 at 1 oclock pm r thereabout to the and best tidder at public auc tionupqn a credit of 6 12 and 18 months tIe following described tract of land tpWit Situated in Wash ngton county Ky on the waters of Glens Creek and bounded as follow On the North by the lands of JW Hays on the East j by the lands of Jose 3h Hays the school house and John Brown on the South by Washington Catlett s heirs and Jas L Graham on the V est by the lands of Allen Otoks rJJo nMI M l urn and Robert Hays containing 160 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with pproved security earinglegaljjaid and the force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained on land for WhIch hdnds executed Bid yIr promptlyith IG LEACHM N M a W C C f r 1i I i yt r I wonder t the beauty doctor could remove that wrinkle in my fprebend HenrIette Perhrps adam but he might remove the fore lead with itNew iork American Cau ht The Thief eee tlyin the village of Tahara mura Japan ill the male inhabitants abpve the age of fifteen years were asr sembled In fi put of the local Shinto shrine at the all of the village chief A thief had bnen making depredations In the local tobacco plantations and the thief song it to discover himJ Out llnfes of the ieet of all the villagers were takdn o i sheets of paper and then these w re compared with the tracks loft by the thief in the tobacco fields Nothin r resulted from this ex pertinent Thi next day the Inhabit ari s were ca led together again A great hole was dug In the ground and a raging char oal fire was built In It All persons p esent were ordered to walk through the fire barfcfooted it- being declared that no person would be burned exc pt thcguIltYOI e All advanced to ui dergo the ordeal except one Shuklchl Shlbatn a man Pf evil reputation He declined to trust hjs feet to the rechbtjcoals Accordingly he was arrest soon confessed his guilt FICTION AND FACT V The Message n the Story Book and In Real Life In a magazii e I dont like rou any moreLHarpld Hopi te lo k dup at ithe quaint figure i boy of six ltha mouth smeared with huckleberry pie Harold was g urn a1 dont like ou any moreLWhy U Cause you made sister cry Ethel cry I didnt I couldnt make her cry Yellshes crying now when foi said nothing when you walked away Why didnt you say byby and kiss her when you e going away 1 al ways do i I will RIgI t now And Harold astened back to makeup the lovers q mrrel In real life Sa1 sister gjve me a piece of pie to come dowp and see if youd gone and If you hadnt to try to get you back past whore sh was sitting on the porch getting ready to be crying OhtNew prk American The S leen as Food In prance aid Italy many persotis eat the spleen yhntwe call in French ratte I hav eaten It myself Gen erXilly from a it weighs about eight ounces and it s situated on the right side 6f the pig touching the liver A spleen from a cow or bull weighs about tvtfo potirds but Is a little more than th pigs spleen which Is he best If so ne one should start the ashion we wpi Id after Awhile pay 75 ents a Vortioj in first class restaurants especially if some person of st rt the bbiLChef Ya lere BragiielUiis In Letter to New york Tribune TheModeri Turkish Woman The modern Turkish woman receives far better education than ninny of- er western sist irs When the latter Js visiting gpiug to concerts or- en indulging in sports the oriental witliln the bared windows of her follows these movements In pl1t4With a Inoyledge of seven lan guages three 0 Iputal four Euro pean foreign governesses and as many books as she re uires little escapes her attention London Strand Lightning as She Saw ft While little Gertrude w slookingout of a window t uring a thunderstorm she saw a flash of lightning ploy along a telegrar h Wire Oh mamma he exclaimed I just saw a plecb OftIesuui fall down from thesky Ne y York Press Matrimonj s Jimall Change In olden time It took a broken sixpence to plight the troth of two fond hearts In proper stjle These days its the lover who is broW But he Is much the snub old sixpeuce Puck Not Suilty Enthusiastic Jmateur Sailor Let go that jib sheet Uiienthusiastic Laud lubber who has beeli decoyed Into act Ing crewItw hot touching the beiis- tyththgPuncl The average elevation of North America is I3i6 feet and of South America 1200 fet j How to Ma e an Opera Bag An opera bag always makes a use fu1 Christmas iift andMn white or blacli can hJ carried witfi other colors In costumcR 2 brocaded silk wltU the pattern out iiid In gilt silver or steel beads D1Hres a handsome bag whose top may hb gathered to a purse top or over two gilt rods with u rib bon handle and bows i ft rf 4 A27OOH MI n A young man who was drawing 50 a month took a course at Clarks School of Business A year later bewas get tirig 225 a month 175 monthly increase S2100 yearly increase 21000 in 10 y ears Not o badEh whenhisrearningXour salary will increase at the time trotbefprebe without the training hot by any meins Can one afford to get it Most certainly YES when it can be had in Day or Night session and require so shob time 12 weeks 40 for Shorthand 16 weeks50 for Bookkeeping 5 a month night H olI12 for 3 months night Ail graduates placed irigpod positiohs Many calls we can not fill Individual Instruction Home 2330 Cumberland 956 A South CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 1035 4th Louisville Ky JQuite Different Peck is a confirmed woman hater cranky old bachelor eh 1 4ch no Hes married Tatler Row to Care For Tired FeetI People wlio suffer from tired feet may note that a good deal their dls comfort is caused by the facj that they weak stockings that dp not fit In de1 this fit of stockings Is almost as Important us that of shoessays London Lancet They should hnve asfew seaiis as possible as th se cause corns The feet should be bathed at nIgh and this treatment jls an ex celldnt sleep producer Ihc water shoUld be Silted TIle feet should be scrubbed all over with a nailbrush which will often prevent the formation of corns whilehard spots on the soles may be reduced wltli a piece of flue emey paper or pumice stone before the Jeet are placed lu water flow io Keep Our Wild Fowl Tkeep our wild fowl from further decrease and better to Increase their abui dance it Is vitally necessary so to regulate4 shooting that there shall al ways remain each spring a sufficient bree hug stock tp return to the wllder ness nurseries certainly In no less nUll ers than the yeaij before says Cpui fry Life Various restrictive measures which are now in force tlreI none too4 many and are eminently wfse and necessary but there are the best of reasons for believing that the thing most emphatically needed ttt the pros ent iuic is the ul soliite stopping of spril g shooting in all parts of the country Hor to Prevent Tan Tf rou are obliged tobe put of doors Very much you should secure a good crcni and vegetable nov ler says the Pitts burg Press Each time before venturing out apply a little of the crempand then dust on the powder tlis way the face is well protected tintl you will avoid another crop of the freckles and also be able to prevent Ei1ejliwhit ning cream In the morning wash with cold water You will find that this rcatnieut will bleach your skin as nothiaigOlse can flew to Waterproof Cloth To waterproof cloth take of powder ed alum mid sugar of lend each half an ouncj and stir them Into a gallon of rain water mid when the mixture Is clear pour off the tipper liquid Ira mers the clotb or twnh tour lou S then dry and press It The cloth will be u ilujured in color and texture and rillvitand any amount of rain tp which you ure likel to be exposed His Coat of Arms Mr Newridh Dont you think Wil liam now we are getting into tilE smart set that we shoiiltl have a conf ofnr us Mr N Ditalnly my dear Ill se my tailor alt nt Ititofutorrow Loridpu Opiuit u Fine ui tinners need theVsiinport or fine manners In others Emerson t A Fortunate Texan Mr E VTL Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In the past year I have become acquainted witl Dr I lings Nfiw Life Pills and no laxa tive I ever efore tried so effiectualljK dispoiiek of Talariaand biliousness They I pt nor 25c at Hay don Robertsons drug store t fi Dr W F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRIN G KENTUCKYi Dental work at reasonable prices AllI work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber BE D LAKEIns- urance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fireand Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your solicited HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1 7t9lIP Dr JI CSfliidd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY TOFFICE OVER J1 HATDONS DnUO STORE Office Hours 8to 9 A M 1 o2 p M Dr W W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over tobertsonsDrug Office prione 115 Eesidende phone 172 J H LAMPTONkD SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera Heuse Office phone No 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAJV1S NURSE f- TELEIHONBSJ Day 49 JNight 109 r T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAWj Springfield Ky J Washingtonand CiC C MjcCHORD AW r Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBRdOKEj 4 ATTYAtLAW Springfield Ky WashingtonlLIldpeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonandadjolnjmr MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield r Ky Office in Robertson Building fWashjmgtonCourt of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Crying of public sales a specialty Will anywhere Terms reason able TH6ne 84 h J JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courts Y shown Handsome Line of Caskets and BtiriaIRobe Telephone Day 19 Night 74 CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in theweek AU3 7 The Sun one and the daily CourierJournalany three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour iervJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one yearu 325 The Sun and the Louisville Post one vear4i Eyemln r t SS4SSiSSsSSS lei eJ ti r B D LAKES BARGAINS IN REA- LLESTATE TH No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good5 PricepNo 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling goodI schoolhouse ofgrassi timberoakmile from school house and church Good tobacco land Priceper acre 15 timbertwoNo 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 peracreSNo 16196 acres J miles from SpringGeld on good pike one 7 acresinbluegrNo 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room schoolIland 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room f j stockbarnssprings fine orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 dwellingtwoLLtimber plentyof grass fine orchard 30 an acre LIL p inSpringfieldi No 23139f acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobadco barns hold 15 mileiof water Price 35 per acre No 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling 1good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field all lyear fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room brick dwelling fineI smaHbarnpaintedmachinety Price 60 per acre All limestone land ellIncountyNo 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Willi PlentyofNo36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000IpikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 4QFify acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 htilesfrdmyear good cerar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yardmilk hovise at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten mulesIlandThreequarters1cze easy payment 4164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield rgod small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well waered plenty of posts e 3000 per acre offinlan1 good fence price 3750 per acre rTo 4776 acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn smalls abJe some timber plenty of tobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000ISpringfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locustIposts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No Ql152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike m Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun ty Good five roomdwelling barn will hold twentyfive ares of wastelandNo 53JAgood investment in city property onMin street r No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues 0 1Jttobaccouated in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per acre pikenroom acre acres cco plentylocust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 59133 acres S miles from Springfield5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine orchard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and Church Price 30 per acre No 60 330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty ofpfruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15iOOO J No 62150 acres Sroom dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 63lEO acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco lard nlenty of water Onelof the finest tobacco r farms in Nelson cOUIIoyPrice 50 per acre 6517G acres 5 miles fromSpringfieJ4on good pike under iigood fence 5 room clwelliner new acre cco barn with metal roof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acres No 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield 4 mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tim ber 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All m gras Price 820 per acre No 672O0 acres 7 miles from Springfield on got ike6 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre v barn good stock H barn buggy shed andall outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre No 681S0 acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair Well fenced fine river bottom land fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre B Dm Lake Springfield I a e i 314 rvW JJ 7tr p 4 i I Iif rJl J Ie i aL I4Wttu t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 41907 I I PRINGFE liSUM r ISSUED EVERY wi ESDAyj fSUBSCRIP ON 0 E DOLLAR InKiivanc j r J ROGER 90RE Editor and Publisher Jiateredat tHe postoffice at Springfield or transmission through lhe mailsas secotidclass atter TERMS W SUBSCRIPTION v One Year air Months JN 50 Three Months t n e5 IiIrInwriting to have yonn address changed paperoi wish it sent Lr LONG RUN Oil last Saturday night Pastor W Hatchett visited the Ipcil preacher jpf Beech Grovel church ard foundI him busy with his commen ines Such a brother in a church js a g eat help On the following ay 3ro H chett preached a good sermon to hi Beech Grove flock Subject Sin against the H by Ghost The preacher said the Hojly r Gho t was the third person of the Gqd head and It was by his influence t1 atI the sinner is brought to Christ If ejIS rejected or spoken of in an irrever ent manner or his work attributed to iatan the individual in so doing COM- mits blasphemy and r sects the only power that cah convict o sin and could riot be forgiven in this r the world jito come The union betty en this churph L and pastor sterns to grow stronger ijas the days and years go by butt thena good man should be appreciated On last Sunday evening Miss Efjie Edwards and jMr Purdo Pinkston p f near Willisburg were united in age at the home of the bride marf t Walker of ackyille fficiated bride isc one jof our bes girls and of a good family will be greatly missed in our community Th i groom is said to be a clever young man of a god family also We extend congratulu tions Onmy at the rabbits They seem r to be everywhere Th j boys made a slaughter of these ittle anIma s Thanksgiving Two of our nephe S t came from near Spring eld and in fi e hours killed forty two ther nephe s killed thirtvtwo A peddler comes our way every week whose trade is solely rabbits1 Twjo weeps ago he took abou 1000 to Danville that he had bough in our immediate community One of our neighbor bo shad baggep- a bird and raBbIt and while getting over a fence Ijis game fall out and the bird flew away and tle rabbit rap awayiWe recently heard a peddler say there was a local deman for birds in k certain town even amo g the officIals and he could dispose f them at 25F each Of course the market is sorter uncertain and the trace rather quier and restrictedj I anrsnare hares It is much cheaper than 1 shooting then and more humane anc less dangerou and takes less time and I the game is in better condition but our thi1linemuzzle loading rifle and a shot gun catches them m steel ar d stick traps j and hunts thin with dcgs and while we write is ma ring some nare trigger seJthemhonor ofBro E atchett ws a good one Mrs Myrtie arracks vas the orgrn fet rlOn W ednesd y of last week Halve Key czme hom from Ho Springs Ark here some two month ago he went for his he lth He has been greatlyenefitted in health and a was mu h pleas d with iiI trip Mr aid Mrs Georg Elliott spent Saturday nigh with th Jr aunt Mrs Elizabeth Coca ougher Little Mss K ity Best who has been spending a fe v days a t the home r her grandfather Mr li T Best nea Texas hns returned homel i I MI uoipn tl snacks ank wife visit s Mr and Mrs Lee Sta ion night and Sunday Mrs Laura Best and daughters Misses Lizze ajnd his SD nt Thursday t at Mr Jimmie Bests Mr and Mr Jim Bo toms visited Mr George Ruff5ell Sunda Mr Marcus Obcanoughsr and family visited his pare its Mr a id Mrs John t Cocanougher Thursday Mrs Zilpah taton anc Grace Coca nougher were in Mackville Friday Mrs Lucinda Blacket r and grand Spni Charlie C visaed Mrs Paralee t ocanough er on day last week TvBorn to the wife of Mr Ben Bot rtoms girL 1f 1 1nb cribe for The Sun J1W tqtrr ka IsE 7 f HILLSBQROv Little Mary Ellen Montgomery who has been sick is some better at this writingBad colds and lag rippe are epidemic around here Several from this lace attended the A S of E meeting Pleasant Grovej Saturday eyening Mr J A Coulttr and wife Mrs Nan Scott Misses Effie Coulter and Laura Patrick spent Sunday with Mr J M Montgomery aiid family Mrs Mat Inman and daughter Miss Eva visited relative s at Botland Nel county from Thursday until Sun day Mr J A Coulte sold to Mrs Nan Scott two fat hogs at 4c per pound Miss Zora Montgi mery spent from Friday till Sunday with Miss Maud In man Mr F G Noel attended meeting at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr Oph Settles of near Mackville was in this vicinity S nday Mr Tom Bailey a id wife spent several days last week with the latters parents Mr and I rsH J Coca noughet at Texas Mesdames Nan S otto and Flossie Coulter were in Springfield one day last week Mist Maud Inman was at Fenwick last Thursday afterno m J Mr Edgar Settles arid family spent Sunday with friends sit Polin Mr J So Inman waS in Mackville one day last week Mr F M Shewma erof near Mack yule was in our m dst Sunday after noon Russells List of I LMasPres But only a few are named in the list printed bel w To appreciate them you shoulc call at Russells Jewelry Store rnd see them Diamond Ruus Watches Set Rings j Signet Rings Cuff Buttons Broaches INecklaces J Fobs Gents Chain BJfaceletscBelt Buckles Hat Pins iCharmsMasonic Pins Knight Temp Pins Knights ofCol mbusPins HCollaragsCombs Manicure Sets Manicure Sep rate Pieces Writing Sets Comb and Brush Sets Cloth Brushes i Velvet Brushes Burnishers Baby Comb ardBrushes Shaving Sets Clock Ornaments fPunchNappies Berry Bowls Suspenders Spoons r Tea Spoons Cream Laders Sugar Laders Piekle Forks Carving Sets Berry Spoons Olive Spoon Cheese Scoo s Cold Meat For cs Sugar Butter Knives Pearl Handle nivesi Pearl Handle Forks jPuffPlateaus Soap Boxes Talcum Jars Tooth Brush J irs Silver Service Silver Berry E Silver Fruit B owlsITea Sets- Chocolate Sets Ferneryr Crumb Scrape s dBaking Dishesc1Chafing Dishe Seth Thomas lockst ILamps My Stock is more cc mplete more magmlicent than ever before Come in early a id select pres ents for your friends EM Russell Springfield Ky o j- t j l I = SWEEPING REDUCTIONi I IN PRICES OF d I L CloaksI1 Boys ClothingI IEARE OVERSTOCKED these LINES and are offering them at I Deeply CUT P r I ceSj I ou knew well that you get only FIRST CI ASS Goods here and you ca nIthem tor a while at the PRICE 0 F TRASH 1u1 == r ==s jIiIIi MOORESVILLE Mrs James wan and Miss Margaret Smith are slowly improving after an illness of several weeks of typhoid fever Mr Edd Boblitt has completed his new house and moved Mr Joe Biven and family have gone to Illinois to make their home Messrs Geo H Chesserand Silas Armstrong hav moved their families to Hardin county Miss Ardia Wall was in Springfield Friday jj tf TTLTT1IIISpecials I for Monday Tuesday j j and Wednesday NextI Hope Cotton Not over 10 yards to each customer Yard Wide Brown Cotton 60IP About the weight of Hoosier 72 inch Bleeched Table Linn AOCThis is 125 Grade i 72in B 6cTheLadies Flannelette Waists Worth 100 ggC BinWorth 600 t We have just received For the Xmas trade a beautiful line of Net and Silk Waists Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs Neckwear GloVes Suspenders Umbrellas Suit Cases etc Our house is Filled with good merchandise and we are offering Bargains in each department g TIlE ROBERTSON = CUYBROOKE CO Incorporated IMiss Nancy Ellis has returned to her home at Woodlawn The protracted meeting hasclosed at New Hope with five additions Mr McFarland has returned to his home in LouisvilleMisses Etta and Myrtle Croake of Croaksville spent last week with their brothers Everett and Joe Croak Mr Marvin Huston of Chaplin vis ited Mr Edd Sweeny a few days last week Little Elizabeth Hardin is visiting her grandparents at Woodlawn this week Those who dined with Mr and Mrs T D Sweerie Sunday were Mr Will Sweeney and family Miss Nancy Ellis of Woodlawn Mr Steve Scott Miss Janie Chesse and brother Mitt of Polin Mr Marvin Huston of Chaplin Miss Ora Car ey and Mr George Moul Mr Mark Htardin and wife of Bloomfield spent S nday with their sons Mr Owen Ellis of Woodlawn is the guest of friends here this week Miss Lizzie Oliver of Springfield spent Thanksgiving with her father Mr Herbert Eddlemarr has a child eumoniaIthe day Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Her Idea of an Ideal Death In the London hospital ward was a little girl whose brother had died 1e cently enough to make his sister still a subject of reflected Interest It was all along of eatin too much ice cream and ginger cookies she said to the doctor who was attending her Then she smiled beatifically and piously It was a beautiful death doctor v The Thlrgto Guard Against I atn going tp be an actress whew I grow up said a girl of six adding Oh dear If I just dont forget anf be a mother first l a 4 CosfSaeForCash0uulluI J 1 rt a uIPIlII i r 7 t i In order to close put my businessAT T ONCE beginnig v V J t Saturday Dec 7V y I lw1 lrCostIncluding FixturesIq Lots of things in the grocery line that I will sell Regardless 0 of Cost ij ti frtiV COME AND SEE IF YOU WANT BARGAINS NM W P LAWRENCE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 1i f 1 I t i I w 1T J t L i j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 41901 5 QOC tb I Mt iM fc I 1 TENDAYSLONGER 1 r H KROM next door to Mays Drug Store BLOOMFIELD KYf WILL FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS 1 e FbrnishiirsfS For Men and Boys t PricesIAnd can Save you Money J Goocj heavy M ns Cotton So at9cI 15c ajnd 2Qc quality Hose at 0c a pair Menjs fleece lined blue shirts nd drawers f 0c and 75c quality at2cpiece 4er1s50 and 75c dress shifts at yj N t42c a piece Menis 75c and 1 Sweaters45c a piece Menjs work Sh rts2 a pieExtra heavy Dick Coats 12A Mens Suits 7 50 850 and 9 quality at 548iMenVblac THoete Suits 15 and 18 4 qualijty at 114- Menp Casimer Suits 1250 and 10 I quality at848Young Mend Suits 950 850 and 750 values at624rlOverfoatsBoysl Overcoats all sizes jatlj22 piece Sits ranging from 4 to 1S double breasted good patterns a piece at1124 DENTISTTeeth With f Out Pain CROWN JVORK A SPECIALTY All De tl Work Strictly First class Springjeld Ky Office In Hagon Block up a airs loca New Notes Fresh fruits of all kihds at PRICES i C0ne plat floor scale in good shape Cheag LAWRENCE Candy lOcja pound 4 t MCELROY SHADERS The Ladies of the Uatholic Church williSerye County Couit day dinner on the fourth Mondavm February 1908 Fresh Oysters and Celery at GoceriesLf all kinds at cost Closing ouo quit lusinss LAWRNCE Sealshipt oysters atIMcELROi SHADERS JrI SiLJAFOR good gasoline engine 8hqrse power and Grist Mill for sale at a bargain C wO DER f Springfield Ky Kt 3 Remembdr Saturd y is one of the days for bakgains at Lawrences Groc 1 6I7r Goto GJL Prices for Christmas Candies Nuts Oranges Bananas etc ofs lel at cost one burglar and fire proof LAWRENCE t Q LOST4 package containing scissors thimble two ui finished handker chlefsancla night own Return to Sun office and receive liberal reward Onefourjth pound el wcolate candy 5c IMcE or 30 head of young graze on a alk field water and grass G A BENEDICT UISee my line of box Candies for Christ mas C L PRICE One c4nputing cale Moore Bright as new Cheap VT LAWRENCE t- t Boys Sui s with belts running from 3 to 8 353 anty4 valuesat1248 Mens Corduroy pants 350 and 300 quality a273Me-ns C rdurpy pants 250 and 275 quality a J L98 a pair Men Ccrduroy pants at 124 j Boys Kn e Pants bO and 75 cent qual ity J Kn e Pants at 22ca pair TMehs B sick Cheviot and Casimere Pants vf450 and 425 qualityat 298 New Silk neckwear 50cqua ity at24c IGHGRDE HATb IN ALL THj NEWEST SHA ES AND COLORS Derby an Soft Hats 250 and 3 val- uest at i 98 a piece- 250 and 175yalueatllv39 a piece Mens Corduroy Caps 50c value at25c A ME 161 of Mens Coarse and Fine Shoes at139apair A nice line of Mens works Gloves 50c and TScjcualityj at Jv 42c A big linVof Mens Overalls all sIzes lat JL jv 45c a pair J EASTERN have prices a 1L f It rr These are all first nothing shoddy This money saver for you people everything sell give hack and Id yt refund your money sure dl call and Come Come and you j Will never f gret1t agreat bargain for Yru V Yours Respectfully f M I PRICES OYSHADER- WANTE4J25 Plenty at42cBoy- s MENS insure Farmers Home insur Company only WellsGeneral t Clearance ale Of Jill nery Ready tl Ve and Trimmed Hats That sold ffora 100 250 your choice for 50c anU SIOO INCLUDING HATS AND CAPS 25cad50 All good Trimmed Goods at HALF PRICE m must sold Come and see them WILLIAMSMIL INERY wrIE GREENE Agent Danville Dry Cleaning CO WALTON HOTE Springfield Ladies Dress Goods kinds and Mens Clothing aned with cess kinds cf lace curtains peries gloves in fact- everything clearte at reasonable prices 1 Will Eipect Your SEIN6 first of December I will begin sewing at home Polin on Springfield land respectfully so licit p t1on Bring me your and I will tike your measure and make a dress at the lowest possible price For furfher information call 422I Mooresville excha PEARLIE SMOTHERS Assisted MlsB Eklna Grigsby I l IIOffER THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED KENTUCKY We are compelled to reduce our stock to raise mQtiey so in order do soW t slaughtered and will conduct sale beginning I Saturday Nov3OCON all L th ire is in is if it bring it we an see us one all re is M the ance th6 that rs to be in Ky of all Cl new pro All dra rugi car ets On the my near the ike your ge you nge by IN I to iHAPp MOLLovy The first snowof the eason fell this place last Saturday Mr Xic Keeling anr family spent last Saturday and Sunday vith Mr Jim Ruby of near Chaplin Mr Purdom Rinkst of DeKalb Ill has returned to this place where he will his future holme Mr Soloman Kays and family Messrs jlISettlesand family of this place recently j Mr Tom Terinel and family pent Saturday night and Sunday jvith Mr and Mrs Ed Searcy of near WilHsburg ThankfveigMr Purdom Pinkston and Flossie and Pearl Armstrong were in Springfield Saturday afternoon Mrs J D Sutherland spent Monday with Mrs J M Shields at this place famlJyspentlSter and family of near here Mr Tom Coulter wife and little daughter Mattie Bell spent Sunday with Mrs Coulters father Mr Richard Hardin Mr Purdom Pjnkston of DeKalb ill and Miss Effie Edwards of Texas- were united in marriage atthe home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Edwards Sunday afternoon Bro Walker of Mackville performed the ceremony We wish them a long and happy married life Mr Samuel Coulter spent one day last week with his daughter lIrsEd Montgomery of BropksviUe Mr Lonnie Noel and family spent Sunday with Mr Noels father Mr F G Noel of near hereIchild of Mr andMrs Richard make d lastSaturday and j the remains were laid to rest Sunday 1afternoonm the Hillsboro cemetery sympathy to the bereaved parents Misses Flossie rind Pearl Armstrong and Messrs Erastus Shield and Eras tus Perkins attended the wedding 6f Mr Purdom Pinkstom arid Miss Effie Edwards at Texas Sunday afternoon Young Men and Ladies with ambition should learji Telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional Telegraphers are reqmrediby the Rail PositionsIginners You can qualify 3 4 months time For full details to the National Telegraph Institute Cin cinnati Ohio lf t If1 i Slaughter 1 OJPrice On Goodsfor Ladies and Misses For Ten daysRead Them and be Convinced r TSafety pins f3c per dozen 12fcc Flannelette at 10c per yd 12c Outings at8c fa 35c Flannel at27 c 25c Flannel at21c u WoolenDress Goods of kinds 100 and 175 quality at i49c a yd LADIES LONG COATS MELTON BRAND 850 values at t 4 98 Ji class goods our line a We guarantee we does not satisfaction Be This I i I IKROE Bloomfield K1ii IJiOrton j s in i goods rWENTYI at n make s Misses Therlittle in or write t an s OP PQQ QQpQQQS Q I Personal Notes I 01roVisitors In and Out of TownA Round Up of the Weeks f o Personal News 0 iQQQQQ QQ a Q aaa Mrs H D Rodman spent severa Thurivman MrR H Edelen of Bardstown was here last week on business Miss Ida McClure spent last week with her mother at High Grove BeulGibbsWednesday with relatives here Miss s Nellie McGill and Sadie Par jrott wlib attend school at St Cather ines spent Thanksgiving at Thanksg1ing Ray of homieI with his par Mr W W Ray 1 Miss Nannie RayThurman of Leb anon visited her sister Mrs IH- Tli rman last week I Mr J R Barber attended the ncr 1 of his brotherinlaw Mir fut win ki Bardstown Friday 9r Mr and Mrs Alex Blanford of Lru sville spent several days here last week Proto Worley Vaught and wife of perlparMr Harry ONan has returned to Lou sville after a few days stay with his parents 7 Mfss SalliePopeof Louisville sper t several days with her mother and sist r at this place last week 1esrs Ruel Foster and George Robertson attended the foot ball game at Lebanon Thursday Messrs Louis Cain Arthur and Ralph McGill spent veraldays last week in Fairfield onahunting trip Miss Annie Edelen spent Sunday in Louisville Mr and Mrs W H Snodgrass of Unipntown are here visiting Mrs Snodgrass father Mr Ben H Young near town Hon T Scott Mayes is in Bards town today on business PC will be- accompaniedhome tonight by his aunt Mrs Jennie Thompson j i Mr Frank Montgomery was in Lebanon the first of the week on busi nessIMessrs Tom and Emmat Nunan Of Louisville were called home by the illness of their mother Mrs Margaret Nunan of near rMr s returiled to Lexington townIg Thanks giying at home Misses May Mc Gill of Lebanon spent several days at the home of Mr Alex Hamilton Miss Margarit Edelen after a visit to her parents in Birmingham Ala is visiting her aunt Miss Game Edelen Mr S C McGill was in Lebanon Monday1 on business Mrs S E Clements and childrenr spent several days with Mrs Charles Clements of Lebahon the first of the week t Hon W D Claybrboke has returned from a trip to Scottsboro Ala w eraspent a fev days with his brothers Messrs Hub rtand John Clay brookel Mr Robt Mayeswho State College at LexingtonattendipgI Thanksgiving with his parents Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlile Litsey arid little daughter of Lebanon Thanksgiving here with Judge and MrsI W E Sele man Mr William Dinwiddi after a ten days visit to his daughter Mrs J H Lampton returned to his home in Lou isville Tuesday Miss Sadie Mayes is in Louisville shopping DaytonIf with his friend Mr Will Selecman Hood Cunningham Harry Shultz 0 B Young and Marshall Duncan at tended a dance at New Hope Thursday night Mrs Margaret Nunan who has been darigerouslv ill of pneumonia is much better and it is believed shewin rc cover jMrs J E Harmon of Mackville who underwent an operation in an In firmary in Louisville has returned home much improved and her friends and fariiily believe that she will soon be en tirely well v Misses Lucy Selecmai and Ida Ciaybiooke and Mr W D Claybrooke are attending a recention this after nobn at Idlewild the home of Mr and Mrs Jno L tffutt near Bloom field t4t 2N i i tfIjlz fl j 650 and d 750 Coatsat398t y 20 S15 and 12 50 values at1198 Long black coats 10 values at748School Cloaks 550 and 650 values at 398 450 and 3 50 values at239 5 Ladies Fleece lined Shoes at124Black and colored Heatherbloom Under skirts 250 quality t139 FINE TAILORMADE DRESS SKIRTS MADE BY THE FINEST TAlk t ORS IN THE EAST ALL COL ORS AND ALL SIZES r 950 850 and 750 quality at548 t One lot of Ladies Skirts 450 and 5 298VI A LOT OF LADIES SILK WAISTS IN ALL COLORS j Black Brown and White 5 and 600 values at298L ljo A FINE tiNE OF i Ladies x TVifflmediSV li Hats j AT A SACRIFICED PRiCE I j NOTICE TO HUNTERS The following gentlemen announce that their lands are posted and they forbid hunting on their premises Par ties caught hunting upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be proSecu ted to the fullest extent of the law T J Skines J H Mayes G T MayesI G H Christerson J M Russell G W RusselL Bob Brady Henry Noel S M Mayes Clel Whitehouse P B Harmon Chas Pope R H Robinson Jake Kimberlfn G N Campbell Emmet Settle W R Cocariougher WG Grundy T A Grundy John BMullican FMShewmakec Campbell Bottom G W Cocanougher WT Kimberlin William Milburn iLL M Cpyle Parties desiririg1 their names placed to this list may have it done by paying 20c a name cash in advanceEc- lFlt SALEBuggy suitable to haulS milk to creamery or other heaviykrticles wagonGoodJ L A- LLENTI1iHi At Cost For Cash For the next week or tern days I will offer a nice line of the newest style hats at Cost Also a lot of Clli1w drens Trimmed and Un trimmed Hats lat Cost I have a few sample covers for Pillows and a few Table Covers for Christmas They are f beautiful designs and will be sold at low pricesit Miss Willie KnotL l 1 1 irc i4 H 4 n I I tI TIlE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 41907 tJ PA MORN JtI rOriginal A young American Walter TsdilleI with two ladies was dining in Paris at a cafe in he Champs dElicier There is an adage that two 1st corn pany land three is a crowd and Tiss dale wished for be aj companion for o le of tliegIr1sA tleman sat at a able near by smjoking Ida cigarette dr nklng his twirling his mustache He cast in 02 caslodpi glance it Tisdale and his par y peinWhenTisda e was chagrined to find that he had left his port mannaie at his hotel Th relwas both ing remaining Ui hlsl vet bu a five franc piece quite nsufficient to meet the indebted ness He was at a loss to know what to do The ladle bad no money with them and the position was embarrass lug 1 if this vfss evident to the gen tlemai sitting ear He rose ap ooac ed Tisdale and lifting his hat politely said Tarflon msieiu If you will prmit me i ivill relieve your embarrassment What Is the amo nt of the bill 1 Art some disc ussidn Tisdale accept ei thej strangers otTer and asked1him r to tak his place at the table while he his botel to get his mcney co sented Tisdale was droveto thai half an hour andJ returi ed found the home tvlth their protector He VJB a man cf perhaps forty manners were iffnble and he pos essedjthe faculty df being an atten e er Tie dale was very grate Mi fdr the favor lie had done him and thanking him said Mseu we woild be happy to you Join evening ihalfvisit thOsdttlacesOf amus ment1J with which this delightful abounds and have them ylll WhtWe of the cafes Jn the am Tisdale t 0 a and handed Itilto tbe stranger who looked at it mjusingly aMsl m will pardon me said the lat ter1 fJf r not re urnlng my card I never arry one My name has dls jigreeatle assocla Ions You probably know ttiat the Implement used in theI revolut on for g tting rid of the nd bllity tok Its nane from a physician Dr Gu 1l0tlnJ r se said T dale you are a de cendai t df his 1 The name is not uncommon said one of he Four fl the other Louise ladleSo1Muede a keen edge to It All la The ladles pth rel wraps men put on their d1 ercoats ill left the cafe and getting Into a c rrlage drove away During the ever lug the parttgave themselves up to pleasure The stran ger one j or twice demurred at not be lug permitted to pay any bills but seeing that Tisda e was determined on this poi it gave cvay He was not a cdmmui Icative n anrather silent in factb t this did ndt prevent him from being c mpanion gle He asked ito be excused from di Inking giving ias a reason t hat he vfo ild be obliged to per fdm a lelicate deratidn in the morn jug and would he d a steady hand VSo y u are Ilk your celebrated an cestor afcfoctdr remarked Tisdale Ii Solw his fw tsteps t replied Gull lot1n The Doctor see Qed to prefer Mlle 1lchea be ame her escort for the evening It was 1 oclo k before the party brought up in a cafe on one ot the boulevards for su per 1 shell have to leave you very soon the stranger Having ac cepted your hds Vitality thus far I that you will drink a bottle with meI4Certainly Bu why leave us t4IThe operation spoke of An djieratidn 3o early In the morn Ing extlairaed S lle de Four Ydulj kill the patient sKId Mile MIcheaui Better wait for daylight I do not expec thepatimtwlll sur0 vIva said the do tor There Was a cerain chill in his voice thatco munic t itself to the others There wjas somet ilhg uncanny in the tact of a mans avlng a gay supper party to perform an operation on a person tiae result f which he expected would bq fatal 1 isdale to banish the disagreeable feel g seized a glass of wine ana clinking it with the others drank siircesstd the doctors operation It wil be succ ssful said the sur geon I t Is fan d erati6n I have per formed often and I never fall But t thought you said the patient would nbt eurviv4 It said Mile Mi IiHe has noth ling to do with mv skill in operating pat is a wther m tter he spoke a w iter uncorked a bot wlnespoutlngie three ton bed his lips to It set it down and oCfered his bund to each There Liraa coldness in It that added to the very well goneIfMgentleman sit attend to the of Gavitz the wife murderer gir svftb T sdale turned pale rase i4 M de Pi risi asked Tisdale cc mpanion for the evening the executioner gasped Mile JMI beau The neit mornin gs paper to speak tag of the passing df the wife mur Ferer incidentally mentioned that MS le Paris was not iusual self Per iiaps aireimembran e of Mile Micheau a1 something to with the change 7 1 l NOR 1A i D WHITE r+T r t t IAN ALL DAY CIGAR The Kiiid S noked by a Trib of South merican Indians Cigars a tadt and a half long which arc made for one days smoking jiri shown In tlie American Museum o Natural His ory With them is a bolder which lo ks like A tuning fork and is large enough tofbe used for pitch lug hay Far up tht KIo rgra a tributary or the Aniazon M6 explorers made a col lection of racles for the museum The lndlaus tile made cigars eight een Inches i4ridas big around as a childs am hot these cigars Is too much for any ease loving m1Ditof clasp so the liJdiUns put the fragrant roll between gtne tines of a fork two and a halt eqt long stick the sharp end of the andle into the ground at a convenient distance from their hammocks and from time to time as the alterpuff backward nnd forward There are picturesque articles in tie Collection which was made during a three journey from the coajt Tile material isof the highest vain prid nothing like it has been seen ecejpt nfew articles tn11 German mus York gerald unNer STEAMSHIP NAMES The Way They Arc Shortened In the Companies Offices No matter how long or difficult of prdnunciatidD may be the name of a steamer the passenger1 agents and clbrks of the vhridus steamship lines make an ego t tb be correct in using it when selling tickets to customers Oc caslonally they i make a slip of the tongue and au the steamer b the nickname use I In the office when passenger are n t jardund The steamers fthe Atlanti Transpdrt line the Klin rieapdlls the Minnetdnka and the plin nebaha are referred ko gen rall as the Minnies Individually the luv netdnka Is called the rTdnk u and the j Mesaba theM0s Toe Red line Va derlaud Is car edi Filth r the Finland the FinftU the Krodnland and theI Zeejand the croon and the Zee droppedwhenPaul the fct LouIs is called Loole I and the Philadelphia is called the Phillie Tlie INOrth German Lloyd liner Kaiser Pilhelm der Grosse in the parlance of the Office force lathe Big Bill and thu Kaiser Vilbelmil is Billy TwoN w York Tribune THEM SSULMANS They Are Not Easily Disturbed While Sayir g Their Prayers When saying 1s prayers the true Mussulman is not easily disturbed Hans Doerln j ijii ibis account df his travels in Cl inese Turkestan writes un Is an in sight to see Mussulman perform his aI Through the piece of glass in my per window 1 saw the interpreter spread his ca pet in1 front of his house just opposite the one in which I was- living His rife ajnd Child sat q ltl close to him alkiiig loudly with some visitors but his did not in thi least disturb the bl I mil at his devotions In spite of the noise the melodlouS chanting of tie Koran was quite aU7 dfble The w rshlper kotQwed several times and erixl Allah Allah Allah then for aw die stood reverentially clasping his t ands crosswise upon his breast after which he joined in the conversation i His wife then went thr ugh thq same perfora anceg doing exactly the sam as her husband This they do every mornin and evening whether there are friends with them or not Biiric ness of Conceit Ever notic the density on con ceited persotii asJied a business man uto me thats the most striking thing about sujcb ai Inc vidual Maybe he has somp qi alitlji s that justify his good opinion of i mself and maybe not He s dense ust the same and the proof jof it Is tl it he doesnt realize how he imprsses his associates ini pleasantly I f tb average cdnceited man had the least Idea of the handicap under wi icb ae is laboring hed shed it might qu k But he hasnt and its Impo Ibid to drill It into hlui Hes thp mod rn uman ostrich with his head stuclOnb the sand so tar as any recognition of his disagreeable trait Is oncer ied New York Press L IHa Ui orstood What are you reaalng Marian asked faaamma of a little girl with her head bent down un er a heavy volume in her lap The Wide Aw5 ike World mam ma Gracious ciild Interrupted big sisteruou can understand more than half 0f tl atb ok Maiian look d al tbe speaker with dignity 1 read i for the halt dQ understand she s idSt Louis Re public ir TnLt fleie you vent and told me yon would trust Iieasl y with your life and on the st engt iDf that I loaned him S1Q that n jw tell me Ill uev er get Well what of i I said Id trust him with my life a id I would B as ley may be a I eat tut he Is no assassin CinClnna i Er iurer Preserv ng er Bridges lfIssomThe best nprt aits re those In which thqrc Is a sligh misure of carIcature- Macauia j L Jt f p I 1I i The White Foot Horse i S S eI 0 Copyright 1907 by M M Cunningham The wild white foot horse of the north1andforefoot For a year the white foot horse enjoyed immunity Then he began rob bing the Three Bar ranch Colonel Miller the owner was raising horses and mules for the market Despite the vigilance df the riders by day the sorrel would mingle with the herds and coax from three to a dozen head away at onceIA Mexican cowboy came riding up and asked for work about the place There was no want of hands and the foreman shook his head The colonel looked at the stranger for a moment saw that he had a fine broncho under him and tben said Have you eer heard of the white foot horse uAye senor as who has not was the reply He must be either captured or kill1 etL I want to try capture first To run him down you must have two more bronchos and you must have pro visions for a month Can you trail bUn until he is finally tired out If so I will outfit you and give m200tbe day you bring him in ustseqor I want work aiid I will bring you the white foot horse It took the man a week to make his arrangements and during that time five other horses were coaxed away Provi sions were cached at distances of fifty miles apart One extra pony was sta tioned 150 miles to the north the other the same distance to the south Word vas sent to other ranches and some of them would have riders ready to take up the pursuit while the Mexican rested and slept It was to be two three four or five men against a wild horse It was to be two three tour or five horses against one The ciase began sorrelIherd to make more friends and more captives He held his head and tail high when he got the first alarm He took a long look at the man on the pony and then with a snort of contempt he turned and cantered up the valley It was only a center but it ThenJfollowed by the tracks alone He did not increase his pace He did not care to sight the sorrel for days and days yet Before nightfall he had made eighty miles Then he ate arid rested and took up the chase again but at a slower pace He could no longer see the trail but for that he did not care At midnight the white foothorse was routed He heard the corning of the man a mile awiy He sprung up in alarm and struck into a mad gallop arid did not pause until he had cov ct twenty m leg While he was running like a shadow through the Darkness the Nemesis was resting The sorrel hind had but thre InIwhich to drink and graze and rest n gtln when someone else routed blIP up A way he wept supple ias ever and with undiminish d speed but now he wus puzzled Np one thai had ever chased him above five miles before Now one than hal hung to his trail all day long and aj second appeared It was something td puzzle over It was nrstIdownSStraightaway up th0 valley for 300 miles went the white foot horse be fore he turned to gallop back Oujtjof a hundred hours he had been kept ion the move for fully ninety Sometimes he had looked back from tb a crest of a lUll and seen the man in pursuit but the man had not seen him or seemed to care to No matter whatthe pace was In front that in renr was only a steady canter As the sorrel turned a thirl man took up the chase When hehadjbeld to the trail for a hundred wias there and ready to resume that steady canter Now the wild horse was thbr oughly frightened It wasnt that he had seen men dr that he was running from iiion but it was that he was dog ged with such persistency he was being hunted to his death In his fright hedid foolish things H j drank too much water He tdokj to rough ground to hide his trail He flounder ed through quicksands andlised up his strength for naught He continued his pace whenhe should have tested Ten times the white fpot sorrel swept up and down the Mesjlla Valley with the great Sierra range on his right dr his leftand ten times did the rider keep his trail As the days pass ed his pace became slower and slower and finally It was Jeff to the Mexican alone to foliowh1m The pace slowed from a gallop to a canter from a can ter to a trot from a trot to a walk Then the Me lean appeared at tli0 Three Bar ran bone day and said to Coipnel Miller have come to tell you that the white foot is dead but not to ask fdr a reward I broke his heart at last But if he is dead I will pay you iN6 no senor I would be cursed If I took a single cIa co My arms were around his neck when he died and lie rubbed his soft muzzle against my clieek and whispered to me OllIe whispered what That he was my brother Jemez who died six years ago Senor I hnvjj bunted my own brother to his death AdIos Well thats funny mused the colo aWltyawithoutof water or a morsel of food y M QUAD i 11 Ie ee eeJI IJI eI ttJV A PianoPlaceddI In Your Home On Trial It Ip YOU intend purchasing a piano it would be dollars in your pocket to get in correspoidI ence with us Being the largest piano dealers in the Southand buying them iff carload t lots enables U1sto quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players thatlwill quickly convince the most skeptical that we can do all we say if giVen the opportunity Our line t consists of the following worldfamous makes rJ SS PIANOS PRICE 178 UP PLAYER PIANOS J H 35OO UP PIA NO PLAYERS I PRICE 250 MontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville KyIKindly send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my holme on trial Name L Address n t MUSICCQMI rA CHEAT SOLD AT AUCTION Hoa Gambler paid For Alexandrias Town ClockrThe public sale of a gambler on a block used for auctioning off negrcea once paid for a clock for the city of Alexandria Va just across the PoI tomac river from Washington hlstoricoIdliplace where all kinds of games 1to the sporting fraternity SUitedII without difficulty large sums lost and won are still current Of these tone Is more interest hisIIThe story is to the effect that on one occasion Alexandria was Infested by qi part of shrewd gamblers from the sout west At that time fin interesting upIthese a merchant fell intd a snare whicl was set for him by the visiting gamblers aided by a local stool pigeon After a series of games the gentleman found himself out of pocket several thousand dollars and the gamIJlelslnI possession of his notes amounts The citizen mad good But a lucky thought enabled him to bring about his revenge on the leader of the blacklegs He Was acquainted with the fact there was an old law of th- etateand a similar law is still on the statute booksIn which it was made and provided that if any man cannot show that he is purstiiiigasome law ful means pf procuring a livelihood he shall be sold or hired out at public auc tion or sale to prevent bjr his iiibor his becoming chargeable to the town1 Going before a justice of the p ace the good citizen entered a charge against theleading gambler who was immediately arrested by the town mar slial He was carried to court tripd convicted and the sentence was that ho bi sold at public auction The good citizens programme went through without a slip Thp gamester was at first disposed to treat the n at- tN as a huge jove believing that With the outlay of n little of his easily earned money he could secure his free loin But he lid not know the temper of the Virginians He spent the night in prison and was taken on the foll Ing morning to the block and put up for sale Tie first bid came from tiio good citizen and it asunevcn 100 Bidding for his own freudoin the blackleg quickly offered twice tint sum This was raised jo 300 by tliie fleeced merchant and in turn to 400 by the gambler While the assembled crowd cheered and laughed the tro tetfuately rcspouded to the auctipneeijs appeals until the bidding reached 2 000 Then the gambler begged for mercy pleadkig poverty He declared that his companions had deserted him und carried off the larger part of all winnfngs made In the town The good citizen calmly raised the bid to 2100 There was no alternative the gambler must either be forced into a service of degrading labor under the supervision 0f a man who had small cause to love him or llenust go on bidding for hlni sell When the bidding reached 3500 lie was permitted to f yovel the amount ami depart from Alexandria a crowd of hooting yelling men anti boys following him to the wharf The proceeds of the sale of the gambler were Iven to the town for the purpose f t ct or buying a town clock aricl building a matkethouse1871 but a new structure was erected on the same site the steeple art clock being made as near like the old as pds sible Kansas City Star A Funny Book I An old actor who was not much giv en to the cheering glass says the Bill board one evening went to dine at the club with a friendmet several more with the result that he got pretr ty mellow He left his friends and uliIYboyyourelug to do about it I know Ill go home and read Whdever heard about a drunken man reading Well home he went in a cabfent to the library commenced to read Mrs Actor land appeared on tlie scene What earth are you doing she ques tioned Whyertantyou see what Im doing my dear Im reading scornfullyUVhat He looked at the book but couldnt see the words so said That books been in the house for the last twenty years so iryou ddnt know Im not going to tell you To this his wife replied wrathfully You old fool shut up that valise and come to bed John Knox as a Prophet John Knox the reformer would seem to have possessed in no ordinary degree the spirit of prediction and to have foretold with accuracy not ony certain remarkable events of public importance but also the ultimate fate of certain individuals Thus when con demned to the galleys at Rdcbelle he took his sentence with the greatest composure merely remarking that In spite of it he would within two 6r three years preach the gospel in St Giles Edinburgh This prediction most improbable of accomplishment at afterward111JtelUIJ emnly warned the regent Murray not toga to LinJIthgow as if he did so he would there meet his death The re rent disregarded the warning and did meet with the fate of which Knox had forewarned him Tow to Ireparc Planhi For WInter If you have geraniums dr any other laut for that matterthat you intend o make use of in the window garden next winter do not allow them to luring summer says a writer I bloomI ig Nip off every bud as soon as ieen Throw the strength of the plant branchesrIhio time had made to prdduce side ranches In this way you get a bushy compact plant with a score of blossoming points wliere there would be but few if you allowed the plant to rain itself How to Make homemade pate A homemade paste that never sours oneISU1 very wiste which has been thoroughly cooked one teaspoonful Of powdered xlum and ten drops of o1lvooi1 The Other Womans Opinion youthjYesweatheiprpofqhicago Rec ordHeraldv r i i q J Chickering iSois Decker Sons Haines Bros Sterling Schubert Armstrong t Marshall Wendell Foster CO I SobmerGecilian FarrandGepiiianiand the AutoptanoIj The CedilianA player that can be at tached to any make piano1 t H 1Jtt 1t In order to demonstrated to yoi that wl have the right Pianos at th right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are n t sat isfied with it we will take ft ou and the trial will not o tyoJa cent Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than fictidrr has once more been demonstrated ifi the little town of Fedora Tenn t1jt residence of C V Pepper He HI was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs andthroat hopsfbegan taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The coughing soon ceased the bleeding diminished rapidly and in three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed cure for cdtjghs and colds Robertsonsdrug THE SUN AND Both y perslyr 175WeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald 125 1501Weekly175SemiWeeklySemiWeekly St Louis Globe 175ThriceaWeek 125American 150AmericanBreeders Gazette 225 200Farm175ReviewLippincotts Magazine 285 4ooLedger435HarpersSunny South 154a OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOGOooThe ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE DAI- LYKentucky State Journal Incorporated Published at 1111 Capital of The Statt Contajn besidesthe Associated Prigdispatches the news of the State and v Appealstration and all the local news- SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM ADVANCEI fortK The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Jour nal both one year i I 1 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNEiiI DECEMBER 4 tc i 7If t t 4 III lt + IZI + UI4H HIZ1 z I 1 TIH4 j41 + Will Buy goods fi IRe uced Prices z Grundy Meintir S t1 For the Next t z 3 O 1 L + + H i SI t a y s T 1 M i2 Our lion e is crowdeU with Fair and tWinter gods and wej will offe some 4 t surprising bargains CASH BUYERS This is the seasonof the year when peo pie have money to pend If you youiitit + t St 4 Grunyir+ittti t + +L S d S C 2 A Singular Meetiiag Old 0 G Original Tills story is not on founded on t It is fact only its put in story taco and the names are fictitious In the latter part of the last century A steamer crossing filet Atlantic was lst by collision in a Among the passengers never heard from were a lady and her little daughter Tw0ntyfive years pass ed One smnI mer a want ad appea red in a news paper stating that a lady desired the rposltion of chaperon to young people ona trip tjo Europe This led to thee gag meut of Miss Ad slia Craven to take charge of two youn girls Teresa Fay and Rachel Cunningham Thee three Were ono day visiting one oj the art museums in Miss jPay stood looking at a picture whichi seemed to InteFest her and while she was doing so Miss Craven the cbiiperon came up A rfvrT if that piciuro sln fathers collection at home said Miss Fay U1t is also familiar to me said MIfjs IjravepcCJt has been a part my sur rroundings at some time n my life but I cant recall wherrjtff here I have It I have or had nun le who had a eopy of the picture in hi library t Why do you say hlvor had l BdcatLiB I have not heard of my uncle for years Did he lose you or did you lose bim II dont know iwa quite young when I last saw him Whether there was sor letting In the Plctu e conneethig the two or what was Th5 reason from th time of this conversation about it th re seemed to be something in the vole j or the man nor or the walk of her aperon that was familiar to Miss Fry The Inci dent led the two to chit upon family matters conaected with iie past and there was a singular sa eness In cer taln events pertaining to oth families While there was some Sixteen years difference in the ages of 1he two there sprang up a lively friendship between them lit became evident that instead lot a fpiendsjiip during he trip they would fcnore likely be intimate for life Hlsg cunningham met friends joined them dnd this left the ot9r two alone together One day while traveling In a railway car a gentleman asked Miss Fay if she would ooject to his aisinga win I dow She said she would not Then he asked If it would be disagreeable to her mother referring to Miss Craven The girl smilingly explained that Miss Craven was not her mot er or any re ration to her whereupon the gentle man apologized saying that he liad uncertain whether tbrey werer uHRIrand daughter or an older and a Y nger sister He cer Inl saw re e3jeml Unces between them though he ould not define them S lli vj l Miss Fay had Ie ters to people In RompWhich procur id her afi entree to socic ty there A ypung maul of excellent family iellitilOC with her and signified his wish to raakij her a propos tIon of marriage Unfortunately there was no one on the of Europe of whom he could mak a formal appl cation except the chapferon who was not authorized to give the family co sent The result was that Miss Fay wrote her father oft e affair He to k the first steam er fraveIIn night and day till be- reachedltaly What sortot aj cl aperonijs this you have he exclaimed to permit you to receive attention to lead to such an unfortunate result There is no unf rtunateresult in hersfelther my case papa sh i replied 1nor in Wthat do you me by h r case Shes engaged al ready while Im waiting for your coasent A member widowerI willIIW1UIe Mr Fays mvestigatlons were his daughte told him of the pictdre that both ha seen in Dresden a coy of which was In both families There has never Meen but one copy ot that pl 4ure made replied Mr Fay andy thatjwas for me by special per mis Tiat proves Iti replied the daugh tel I haive known It all the while She s a relative of o irs There followed an Investigation not of a mans famIly ut of Miss Craven The next da Mr Fay called that ladyvs fiaicfe and said to himl understand sir that you are en JoldImistaken Thp gentleman app area much interested Mr Pay proc eded Many years ago a ship was lost at sea fey collision with another vessel in a fOFMy sister aid her little girl wer passengers on t ie lost vessel never had heard a wird of the moth er of of the daught r till yesterday By remarkable chal a of coincidences it hrfs been discoyerel that Miss Cra Yen fls my npece Tie child was res and raised growing up without knowing who she was Tli gutco was a appy one for all two friends Were de concfrncdthe trley were cousins d lighted to know that J she war a me ber ot the Fay pf beiiig a waif This was Especially a relit f since the man she married prIded himself on his an cestry and It had be n mortifying to his fiancee that she cc uld not even tell him herpar nts ere thQ I ROSAMB WHITING L t r4t V THE t JSARTER nsignia bfthe Most Coveted of All English Ordofs Although the most coveted of Eng iish orders the origin of the Garter Is really a mystery Conflicting authorities assign the foundation of the order either to the 23d of April St Georges day 1344 or to the same festival five years later while the popular anecdote associated with it Is that at a court ceremony a adybither the queen the Countess of Salisbury x r tile Countess of Kent happened to drop her garter which was picked ufo by King Edward IIIM who observing a disposition to laugh among the bystahders exclaimed ip his royal displeasure foul solt qui mal y penseT disgraced be he jvho thinks ill of it The reigning monarch is of course ex officio the sovereign of the Order of the Garter At first the garter was made of light blue silk but that which Is now given is made of dark Ul vie velvet It is worn on the left leg a little below the knee The Order of the Garter as an order of chivalry has a very deep religious significance It Is or should be at tended by religious ceremonies of a very precise and ornate character and it was reported in Victorias reign that a certain nobleman hesitated as to accepting the honor dp account of Its having been conferred on an oriental potentate Philadelphia North AmerI- ca CAME TO STAY Return of the Prodigal With Money and a Large Check Old home week had come and the returned sorts and grandsons were gathered together One after another they rose and told with pardonable pride their achievements In the great world Impressing their importance on the stay at homes At length Mr Jameson spoke HI went away from here twenty years ago a poor young man with only one solitary dollar in my pocket I walked the four miles from my fa thersfl1m to the station and there J begged a ride to Boston on a freight cars Last night I drove into town behind a spirited pair of horses and my purseguess haw much my purse holds in money today besides a large cheek and Mr Jameson looked about him with a smile Fift dollars- Seventyfive A hundred shouted the boys fillei with admiration No said Mr Jameson drawing a large flat purse from his pocket when the clamor had subsided none of you ha0 guessed right When 1 had paid the 25 cents to Ozzy Boggs for my re freshing drive in the coach 1 had be sides my trunk check which I retain ed for financial reasons exactly 4 frienpstoand splitting will be gratefully receiv ed Womans Home Companion j Our Names Lack Color At an early period and indeed well toward the beginning of modern his tory proper names toid something as to paternjty occupation and habita tion Today they are quite colorless A new Ulysses would no longer be Laertides No Peter indicates that is the son of Paul A Carpenter or a Weaver is likely to be a lily lingered stockbroker Even the place names complains the Nation have pretty much disappeared except in the case of nobility and since the average gen tie family has not for years lived on its titular estates or perhaps has had none at all our new Gastons de Foix give us a name as sapless as John Jones London Chronicle A Knockdown Argument- A suburban school just opening for the season wits composed of both city and country children The teacher se lected eight boys to debate the subject Which is Preferable Country or City LifeT A tel they had read many arguments with much enthusiast Country Hugh laid down his paper 4and said Mr President they don t know what theyre talkin about The city boy knows nikhiu about going to town and tlurfibeats anything I kuowLa dies Home Journal The Old Romans Do you know that the Roman mOr tar was harder than the stones which it held together It is a remarkable thing that wee dp not know how to make mortar like that now And what an eye those old Romans had for position It Is a pity that some historical writer doesnt write a romance with Julius Caesar as the central figure Shakespeare seems to be tile only au thor who has done anything of that sort really wellLondon Captain Cold Comfort 4ji have no money the man coin plained You have been given responded Jupiter a sense of humor instead To what end1 That you may enjoy watching those who haeEditoI False Miss Blondlocklow dare you tell kn9wItdear I know Itls I told them It was bleached before you got it London Telegraph I His Version Sunday School Teacher Frefldy do you remember the precept about spar ing the rod Small Freddy Yei maam Spare the rod rand lose the fish New TOrk Globe 4 ttj f 4OW TO KNOW rOtSGN IVY Ulntson Detecting the Plant and Effectrx Poison ivy grow wilt thr u tout the whole land IL leav are hi threes smooth and shining 4ii both surfaces with margL3whlCb nay be toothed 01 even There are flowers in May and Juno and fruit in the autumn a smooth white waxlike berry sags the Boston Traveler The poison is a nonvolatile oil fotind In all parts of the plant When It touches the skin of a susceptible per tOn it produces an eruption of an ery Bipolaslike nature In severe cases the point affected frequently becomes irri tated year after year A person is particularly susceptible to the poison In warm weather when the blood is heated and the skin pores are open It is however dangerous at all seasons and some of the worst cases of poisoning have occurred in the winter wheu woodchoppers have been perspiring freely and have worked amid the ivy vines 1To relieve the inflammation and dry up the pustules powdered sugar of lead dissolved in alcohol is highly fecom mended Tincture of grindelia diluted with three times its buikof water and applied two or thre e times an hour wi check the spread of the eruption solution of one part of hyposulphite c soda to three of water applied con I stantly to the aLc ted place is a good remedy A doctor who has been poisoned about eighty times says the poisonous principle is a fixed oil soluble in alco hol and which is precipitated by lead subacetate hence the use of lead salts in inflammation of the skin resulting isIas it Is gradually decomposed and tne oil set free again to continue its irritant action The use of soap and water and a good hrtnd brush Is Ihe sijiplest way of getting rid of the oil Tile action is mechanical and perfectly efficient Al cohol in full strength dissolves and removes the oil but does not lleutralJzeI it Carp should be taken cohol with oil in solution flows over a part as yet unaffected as it may cause further eruption The use of ointments and fatty substances is wrong as they setve tQ spread the irritant oil of the poison Clothing that may have been in contact with the plants will retain arid transmit the irritating quality A doctor says he has been poisoned by a pair of shoes worn while collecting Ivy plants the previous year The ivy plant is usually a climbing or trailing shrub but sometimes as sumes an erect habit of growth On the seashore along the Atlantic coast it sometimes covers hundreds of acres on islands and spreads over large areas The tuunk is buried out of sight below the surface and the launches rise erect out of tile sand like separate plants In such forms of ivy growth the poisonous properties do not seem to be so power ful and actie It is not generally known that if boiling water Is poured on the plant the vrpors are often poisonous and that the smoke from a bonfire of ivy brush Is as dangerous to inhale as the breeze which blows off the vines In June Ji How loCnrc Snake DUes For a sure cure1 for snake bite take about seven drops of iodine scarify and bathe the wound also with iodine says a correspondent of the Topeka Capital TLis remedy was first used by a medical officer in British service in India It has cured both man rind a number of animals It never fails It is really wonderful in its effects One instance I will relate A young man working for me in the harvpst field was bitten by ai very large rattlesnake on One of his large toes I gave him about seven drops of tincture of iodine on a little sugar mid to make doubly sure repeated the lose an hour later His foot swelled but next morning he was all right I have blHl annuals whose bodies have swellcdiconsiderubly but allJitive recovered from the bite II low to Make Coffee Sherbet For coffee sherbet pour one quart of boiling water over four ounces flue ground Java coffee says the New York Telegram Cover siiimer ten minutes strain through cheesecloth and sweet en with six tablespoonfuls of sugar When cold pour into the freezer and begin to freeze As it thickens add the whites of tjvo egg beaten to a stilT froth freeze five minutes longer re move the beater scrape down cover and let it stand fifteeiuor twenty min utes before serving A quart will be enough fon twelve people Serve in glasses with a pooufur of whipped cream on tort How to ijHerve n Boiled Xolmtcr- S6 many people are ignorant as to howi a boiled Ibbstershould be served and so instead of a pretty and easily carved dish there Is dittleujty In get tingiat any of the meat says the Wash ington Star First break oft the large claws and crack them at the joints with the flat side of a chopper the head from the tail split sepllrlilcI lengthwise in two piacb the also lu half upright in the lay the claws and half tails round it and garnish with parsley Hand with lob sterJa good alad and thinly cut bread and butter How td Clean Frying Pans Much labor may be saved in wash ting frying ptns if they are wiped out clean withla piece of paper after the fat Is poured from them before they are put in the dishwater The paper should then be burned These pans should also have a periodic boiling In 1twot t i I1 Stewart p 11 Ragwood 7 I t Enameiware 1 THEPRETT1EST EVER II Must be Seen to be Ap I preciated fr I Just Received a nice assortment 1 dont fail to see it Sold in Springfield 1 exclusively by c oi Ii Shulfz McElroy Ji I r I t I 1 1 2 =r IjHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 4 r IS BY J LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1 FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH OO INCORPORATED The One Sided Humor of Spain The Spanish peasant is the most pol theIadIIlaughslandwill do this It never occurs to the Spanish provincial headgear that it is very funny toothat is because a Spaniard is under it and therefore It must be right Yet if the foreign city hat laughed the resentment would be deepjLouise Closser Hale in Harpers flow to Cure Innomhla Thefe are everaPcommon sense ways jof obtaining sleep One of them is the application of cold wet cloths to the back of the head and neck This treatment will not be followed bya reaction if it Is continued for a number of minutes and it often works surprisingly well says a writer in Worlds Work Another wa of solving the proble u Is to soak the feet in a hot bath mail the veins become dua with blood or the whole body up tcuII the hips may be given a hot With oine people a two or three minute hip bath is the most effective remedy Others find help In a few slow e which do not jar or excite the system but simply bring some fa t gU o big muscles of the trunk and lfllibs Friction of the skin espe chilly of the lower part of the body is another means How to Care For a Molting Canary In handling molting canary keep itj very warm at least at 70 degrees and carefully protected from drafts A bird tonic purchasable from any good drug gist s ould be given until the little pot rec vers health and spirits Usually a blrd stops singing through this period and the rest is beneficial Heavier food should be given such as hard l yolk of an egg with finely crumbs and a little fledcnenn or a whole hard boiled eggch very finely and a little pulverized sugar Opportunity to bathe every dry should be given and the chili first from the water i4 to Make Lemon Sherbet For mOll sherbet put to boil clean basin wq scant quarts of watcrI and bn pine of sugar says the York T legram Cook until clear NewI ming if necessary Meanwhile squeeze six lemons and grate a little of the yel low peel into the juice Dissolve a ta blespoonful of gelatin in a quarter cup of cold water heating It over the teakettle When the sirup Is clear pour Into the lemon Juice add the ge atinC9 1 and freeze The beaten whites pf two eggs may be used stead of the gelatin to gle the InIbody If preferred t 1 2 FOR AGENTS AN OPPORTUNITY iThe Old World And Its Ways By William Jennings Bryan 3STNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octayo Pages 251 Superb Engrayings from Photographs taken by Col Brjraiu Recounts his trip aroupdthe world and his visits to all nations The great est book of travel eyer written The most successful book of this generation 25000 called for in 90 days Write us v for sample reoorts of first 80 ageiits employed The people buy it eagerly The agents harvest Outfit FREE Send fifty cents to cover cost of mail ing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING GO J St Louis Mo J Wiiaftotio in Dyspepsia Dieting has become a great fad in America and just as years ago we as a nation overate so now wp are under eating The one is as bad as the other Man needs food and plenty of it to sus competeinthatyottIthat dont DOttlcureyou would have no dyspepsia To cure the diseaseyou must create an abundance these necessary juices This can only be done By a reliable tonio laxa dweUSnUPneeded to do this Take it regularly for awhile accordingito the explicit directions onjeach bot you will soon be cured of andany of the accompanying symptoms suchut t machhlvesplmlJlesach etc Every bottle carries with it an abso lute guarantee to do what we claim Its a gen tIe pleasant effective laxative and you will like Its taste and be pleased with its aefioa IsiofSantlaliloing the rough food of A soldier ne contracted severe dyspepsia and lost weight rapidly Afriend in the regiment called his attention tor promptlybepnbut increased his weight 42 pounds Your druggist will sell you fc bottle at 60 centa or and you will find it worth a hundred time that to you FREE TEST TtwsewhhtNT try DrCiMr wells Syrup Peoita befero tay Ing can have afree sample bottle seat to their hIM ky addressing the company This offer Is tti grove ttttHw remedy will do as we claim and is only II VMM wll4ave never taken It Send for It If YH tawe a rsymptoms of stomach Ifver or bowel disMH iertlttt yet most effcctivo laxative for cMMren Worn and lId talks permanent borne ewe THE iPUBLIC VERDICT No Laxative So seed aM SUM as DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN TMt prd bears purity guarantee No 17 WuMnitoii 0 C PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Galdwtll Bldf MsaitIUsNS t i RED CROSS DRUG STORES fett r a I I t rt j rit trj C f r t t L tojj j r ri THE vr SRR1NGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER f i i90i f 4 afIii Yc3ROUSEJjJHe Has Hniidre In of Device For Eluding he Hunter i The grouse husa hundred tricks of defense It will Ii still until the uuut tt HBF is within u yjrd of ittheusdar towerillglUty yards aid the sound of its prfscnceuu eitwlUcli lie pai ses and his cup Wflll be not more than i foot below It as be goes and though It has seen him tin jproucliing It will remain quiescent n Kfear until his bacl is turned It willl f slewfdlllmS w1VgfarWounde iand fa jug in the open fit aIrwlthittheagainst the trunk cf some brown tide agains t w hlcb Its feathers are mdIs abouti laidsgainst until lie passes dr pping then to tile ground and cohtinu ng its feeding oif ten fon It vrlll de line to take wlnlr though unbtrt and will run fast for half a milerso fast that the most ex tOkef1mFEAT OF A ACGREGOR l I Th4jexpectrorplriarilyof a certain hue t orIndianrock about tvWlire ho irs from Suva the capital of FijiVDr MacGrregdr then acting colonial 4secretziry organized a relief expeditions clambered over a bro en mast that was anqaqirpandor wpman onhis hoc and sometimes a child held by its cUthes between his teethlA mart of vast i hysical strength r MacGregor wanted iall for his final If feat Down below on the reef was a rwoman who had fall n pverboard had gpt at the spirits an I was mad with drink The captain f the ship and lpolice officer who ha 1 I gone after her Mac1Gregorknot oT the womans hair in his teeth and vith his hands se zed the two men and dragged the l1botl into safety He went back to Suva in a borrowed suit of pajamas ha ins i ftall ihls eloth t and ngood deal Of his kin the ceral reef MacGregorlleft himself out of his own report and it was from the governor that tliej queen first heard the v hole StOlIWoes of an When a newspaper tells the simple f truth about a bhd mr n who is trying to gPt into a public place where he canstealjtbe truth is called attack i f when the si uie ma i runs for office Mr the facts of his past o reer are printed to show the p oiijler wi at they may ex pect theeditori who p ints thesE factf is abused ati the rascal poses martyr Whenj itman urns out wrong I as the editor said Uf ould if the editor hays his prophecies came true the 0people accuse ol persecuting d man and ld lbs hi tu when he Is down Yet if this pafersa3s nothing about bad wed who e trying to rob the people they say that the editor is bought oft and that he has taken hush moneyEmporia Gazette t IISUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Mrs B BLeach an has for sjle turkeysToms saletwentyL ABurns Springfield has for sale a nice lot of A C Kimball Spr gfield has for sale four dozen Brow Leghorn hensF j and three cockrels t Mrs N C Cainpbe Springfield Ky R F Di2 has for sale Mammoth Bropze turkeys Toms 4 hens S2 50 turkeysWaldnand we marked Will ell at reasona ble prices Address Miss Eliza Mcln i yySMrs J A Cecil redericktown f Ky J as for sale 50 pure bred Buf r yand tt pUll tS and few cockerels y and a small lot of ire bred light Brahm 0 WM Ha din Fenwi k has for sale j twentyfive stock shoap averaging about 50 pounds ItISpringfieldKyBronze turkeys Toms 3 hens 2 V7V J lLAllen Spnngfie d has fpr sale anicejcbltl Mrs J I Martin B k1 has for sale Single Cob Rhode Island Red cockerels at 1 each 50cr and cockerels Also SRbode Island Red cockerels 75c Mrs WH LeachmanV Springfield turkeysMrs1 rW HV Leachman i ringfield has e r a large Polan Ch na boar t XMrs Jas M mithN Springfield Rtf for sales a of M B Alliv j i t r s Women As Civic Improvers StandardWhatever e se may or may not be womans sphe e the history of civic improvements ot at least that portion pertaining to c caning arid beautifying elytoCertainly no hint can be more her prerogative a 3 to beautify like char ity it should egin at home ina most personal mann r on hefseif where she may legitimately use all the means of nature and art at her command then extend to the home Itselt and from thee to her wn outlook upon the street and final r to the entire town vanJityabsolutelyimpossible the running mite 6f healt fulness Thus we see t mt tlie logical outcome of Beauty ishea th Unless nature herself has blotted in some wa the es cutdheon of a ci ty by bad air ryateri a perfectly vcier ncity is bound to a fairy healthful ne1 Why is there o mch tuber iulosis in Louisville B cans as every one knows it is one of the dirties cities in the world EV n tl e comm nest de cenY ordinance tt qri per aining to spijtingon the sidewalks is not en far as a know here has nev r been a Tom ns diy c League- ther a althoughs e uch la er cities ethem The women of the ities of the west lab ring as th y- sta ust 1i many in ces under ani oldAisa vantages such as unrnaca amized kreeS cut up witn heavy wagons p twios of Kent ctty towns to SHame by thei untirT g- effoits when 1h ye alt te advan of macad miz d street shaded idr valkslpd all improving piateri al inch ding labor much cheaper than they can getrthenL Usually the fist thing th s league doe after secu ng what cooperation theycart in the aintainancfeof clean sidewaU s and str ets is to erect a public drinking fcurtain for horses and thi1s a good hing besides jbeing a mo iJment to the cause No n eed that it b ornate pet ntious or designed by Ya dell be it yer so simple an arrangement where pe thirsty horse may i uniiK it pruciciiiBia ju uianua yuiuu to the intelligent s rangerHTh re is a Womans Civic Le gue here vynere women iry to improve thc ex ternal Pea rUY Of a place or wheiie they do I not it is the ivvJ1 of the pipperty TheyIpurposes s place as many restrictions about what is to be built thereon or what used for as the exigencieslpf the case will per Jmiilojsv should a man be estimated who wiH sell his proderty in the best sec tions of a town among respectable pec pie to persons hmheknows to ofthJroctor Kn tt d natedthe beautiful grounds of his old lome in the suburbs ebanon to that city for a Chautau Oft in doing Ithjs he made an irresist able appeal to the enterprise and public spiritedness oft le people of his own and adjoining count eSt What finer monument could a man erect tohis memory when he estab lishes something 11 t through the com in 4 years shill bring to the youths of hijieigliborhdod th aspirations of the brightest minds an most elevating in of the d y7 Better to have- doAe this deed ar d lie in unmarked rdva than left it u done and have the finest shaft of mar le or stone erected to ones memory What astale fat and unprofitable lace this world would be if no one rcavjght the spirit pf ELm Who wrote riot on tablets of stone but fleshly tab parchSmindiy i lnwyerIoftamong Kentuckys sons self made as j lls is andhis success due not tohlSI- ItHlents alone but to his standing for right no matter how ong the odds were nunst him when ne stood up before thatCh u9ua audience last summer ana made his eloq ent plea for the Chautauqua cause laid lPut your m into this ancT at the end of the will Deceive one hundred per Ida1you the investment not in dollars but in the uplift to yourself n When I heard that GeOi JRj Stuart was to make an address here I phoned home at once for my boy to- meb taw himovetands Sit till udience listen to that great man jtjfelt that the w rth 5f this one lecture jto him couldnot bi estimated in dpi rs oveJiilThe a ota ion should have ken in indirect athe than direct form doubleRUthisrenarksstrongirile occasionfbat r dently poCket books and big subscriptions galore from his large Audience for the maintainance of the Chautauqua Nay verily public spiritedness is not dead but sleeping in many places We Kentuckiahs must be brought to realize veryfreatIOh we have such a literature such a history such a reputation for culture r qWe are it seems to he the prevailing sentiment True but you cant get anywhere resting on your oars Can you not see the possibility of a Chinese situation As a class the Kentuckians travel less than the people of most any other State What does that mean No new ideas our minds not running streams but stagnant pools provincial Ism Look at the enterprising men of a town the public benefactors are they intoIaas one of his lectures like a machine lever down to the of fice back to the housedown to the office back to the houseor are they men who get out even ever so occasionally and see what the other half tare doing did the Hon Ben Johnson erectl1Yhy substantial buildings In Bardstown costing out ofall proportion to the income received from same Cer tainly the possession vfa degree of public spiritedness And Mr John Bar ber of Washington county evinced the same sort of spirit When he built the Walton hotel and a nice little theatre in Springfield If money thus expended ctybyerties Of course no one would deem it just tOt expect those unable to co so to do these magnificentthings A poor widow or a man with a large fanily that it pushes him to support can not afford to sacrifice property for the public good Tn such instances it is simple fairness for the town or community to mike good his investment if thej de sire to remove property that is a public jnenanse He may show that he has caught the esprit de corps by being Ih dined to accept a just price and notching obstinatelyto a cancerous sore Certainly no one who imperils the healthand lives of little children bjy refusing to remove n nuisances that con taminate tin atmosphere or shuts out the sunlight from their homes is de serving the respect of rigbjt thinking people Every unselfish deed receives its reward if not in dollars and cents in things that are of infinitely more value proItBardstown that have had good graded schools in handsome b il ings1or togetf 111 = Farmers Kp V vFo DRY ThisWinter by Wearing 1irI 1tn B Footwear Grundy McintireSp- ringfield Ky 1111 w t+ai i1fft ++ + i New Grocery I I i 1And M E A T Firm Jr I J 4t fL ti J i I have Purchased the Stock of GrocerieSo Mr S M CampbellaQdi sIcontlnue the business the storeroom now occupied iJy Mr lam bell t in 1 fit i 18 I 4l + esides the Grocery business my father MrP t 1 cbtwUF tConduct ah UpioDateT MEAT MARKET AND THE BEST OF ALL KINDS OF MEAT WILL BE SUPPLIED TO THE TRADE i ftA Complete and Ffeh line of fAMilY GROCERIES will be found at all + it times in my stock and I invite the people of Springfield and YIAs in tnd County to call and see one ff + H Springfield1fl i It+ + 1 iZtiXiIZ iii1Liis111111111111111111Delivery FOR CHRISTMASJ Must Not Be Later Thin ncembertO j I After that Date the Price Will Lower i v M H JONES COMPANY f I Ztttttt1tt ttAtttth tt7tttt t times it is a fight to a finish to get themAs for the question of a lot on which to build one there should never be any such question in any tc wn When the dramatic moment arrivesor4wittiouti wnifcirier its arrival om of the place should cone property ow rrr vfein t tc f for s on ti low price because if f r no other reason they would rathjer loDk out on a handsome citified structuresurrounded by a beautiful campus than gaze on an empty cow pasture that resembles neither a pastoral scene nor a park- A man in a southwestern town re cen ly sold a lot at what seems a fabu lous price to a Kentuckian and then his contract with the purchaser called for the erection of d hotel costing up in the mullions Thus hi S outer property in the town was reatly increased in valueVpublic spiritedness does not mean self denial always Ithe long run like all good things i usually means measure for measure leaped up running oyer And the motif of tllisfor fear our art has not been sufficient to reveal it is that a Civic League Society may appear fully developed in Bardstown any day Just how organized or under what auspices we are not informed There has anywherenever that wa not composed of the represen tative women of the place This hopes to forewarn that you may be forearmed ready at a moments notice to cut out the sins of your potato patch barn or pig pen that they may be remembered against you no more forever Be ye therefore ready for ye know not the day when the p ize for the best kept lawn shall be Offered or the Courthouse square cleaned up or the gutters be flooded with water or the horse be drinking at the fountain or your Purse be over from increased valuations 1lyeruVcoI ii t iJ + + + + ZV PUBLICSALEof t Ja k Stockr-4 + t Having dissolved partnership we will at the Mattingly Livery Stable at LEBANON on Thursday Dec12I iAT 10 00 OCLOCK AM RAIN OR SHINE 1 Offer for sale at public auction our entire herd of Jack Stock consisting of + 40 JACKS and 2O JENNETTSThis i S the champion herd ot Kentucky having won the cham W p10nship cup at the Kentucky State Fair in 1907 It includes such W r winners as Hign Tide Dr Wood Dr Mudd Rising Sun Queen of 11Wthe championships at the Worlds Fair in St Louis as a yearling Also many other premium winners iilWill Also Sell a Number of Standard Bred Brood Mares W TERMS CASI 1fI GIBBSMACKINts ti JI eEEEI THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH = f4t Ths best school on earth is the one thfrt gives the best course in the hoit ttime poaitlanilCLARKSand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand ftqd places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than rgrtdipiifc School is in Session Il1t Year Individual Instruction and Enrolf stHdents tiy Get full particulars frim the editQtQf this paper or Rev GranViIieWiiIia- or write direct to the school 1035 Fniirth Avenue Louisville r ws