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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I t REAR T E OPENING CHAPTERS of THE MAN OF THE HOUR in This IssueP 41nI t t bcrinfithT1JiSfIi Irti 7 f h1 tDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f jit 1 5 11 1 r I VOLUME IV SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1908 Y HUNIER38 L uLu t i t TRAGIC DdAtIIS Hr M William Orkies Shot and Instant f Jy Killed Shooting Was Accidenta c ingic is the Louisville Times of Friday ev nirigI 4t4 i William Orkies aged thirty years of 2005 Seventh street a blacksmith em ployed at the Kentucky Wagpn Works was shot and instantly killed his bosom friend John Riley enty one years at 1252 agtdotWafter noon at Riley k Millers 1885 i Seventh street where as a bar tender for his father Rileyf L The killing was ent l aeoI i cording to statements o w of the shooting Following the killing a morbid crowd of several hundred gath ered at the scene in a few minutes and despite the fact that all door and win dos of the place were immediately closed and securely fastened the pres ence of a detail of four patrolmen was necessary to keep back the people anxi ous to get a glimpse of the dead man Riley immediately surrendered to i Patrolman Browning who lives near- the scene and was off duty at the time ofthekilJingand County Patrolman Sullivan He was taken to the jail t where a charge of murder is registered against him He declines to make any statement other than that the killing- was accidental There were four eye witnesses to the hoting among them being Thomas Munford a brother in law of the vic tim To him fell the lot of breaking to his sister the hews of bier husbands deathIA Arnold of 1887 Seventh street a witness of the killing tells the follow ing story Orkies entered the saloon and asked Riley who was behind the bar for a glass of water Riley jok angjly replied that he wjauld not give i Turn water Whereupon brides picked a glass off the counter and said hej would take it Riley replied that he was a good shot and often played in Wild West shows at weal theaters Riley then picked up the rjevolyer from behind the bar and held it in his hand SqOrkies stood directly in front of him Suddenly the weapon discharged and- Orkies fell back dead The weapon was of thirtyeight cali bers easy on the trigger The bullet struck Orkies directlyin the center of the forehead and penetratjed the brain Death was instantaneous Orkies fell- back in his tracks and never moved The f body lay on the floor of the saloon for i several hours with the feet under the barraiL Patrolman Browning who lives nearj by and was off duty rushed to the s- aoiloon arriving about the same time as did County Patrolman Sullivan The latter took charge of the prisoner r A telephone call was sent to the Sixthdistrict station house and Capt l i Wickham and a detail of jofficers were hurried to the scene in the patrol wag on Coroner Groyeswas called and notified Daughertv McElliott under r lakers to take charge of the remains t t23r IIThe unfortunate yollng man was aI son of Mr and MrS Henry Orkies of hear this place and was Wellknown in the c9unty For some time he had re sided in Louisville where he was mar ried several years ago Mr Thos 0 Bryan who attended the funeral in Louisville Sunday after noon informs The Sun that the body was followed to its last resting place I by one of the largest crowds he had ever seen at a funeral and that the floral tributes were unusually handsome t and numerous all of which shows the runfortunate man was held in the high est esteem by his friends in Louisville MrOBryan also infgrins us that the young man who did the killing is prostrated and it is necessary to constant ly watch him to prevent him from tak ygng his own life 1rt Henry Orkies lather of the unfortunate attended the funeral but the mother was prostrated by the shock and could not leave herbed The deceased was a tnember of the c Catholic church The Sun extends sincere sympathy to the bereaved ones Has Typhoid fever t Dr W RThompson of Mackville has been ill of typhoid fever for about w two weeks His condition at present is not alarming and hisfamHy and beeittpassedL T j Preaching By Rev Williams Rey Williams will fill his pulpit at the Baptist church here the first Sun day in September He is now in Color ado but will arrive in Springfield some time next week Central Association njPtember8 and 9 the Central Association of Baptist will meet in Springfield and it is expected that the meeting will be one ot the largest and most interesting in the history of the organization h- DEAT11CLAIMS 1 Mr John bhewmaker An Aged and Respected Citizen of i the County On last Saturday nigkt at about 12 oclock Mr John Shewmaker anIored and respected citizen of F5llness afesldentand in his death the community amj the family Sustain a severe loss The deceased was a consistent rr em ber of the Mack ville Methodist chu rch from which church funeral serviced oc tcurredburg Mr Shewjnaker leaves a wife and nine children all of whom hay the sympathy of friends in their bere iyej ment He was a good neighbor an affec ion ate husband anda kind and gene ous parentand friend The deceased was a brother of Mrf Cal Shewmaker the wellknown stock umanTHE MAN OF t TIlE HOUR A Thrilling Story Fascinating I From Start to Finish ij In this issue of The Sun will be foun the opening chapters of The Man o the Hour one of the best stories ii has ben our pleasure to give to Th Sun r dersDont fail to read the opening chapters j REPUBLICANS JOINJ Bryan and Kern Club Doubles Membership In One Week J + Fullerton Ky Aug 21The Brya Satur1daysmeeting last night Five lifelong Rel publicans and two Republican first j voters are now enrolled A Bryan phoj nograph has been purchased and speeches of the great Commoner arf important features of each meeting President Bruce the converted Repu lican is billed to sp ak next Thursda night and later Mr Kehoe the candi date for Congress will be invited tjo address the club J BUYS FINE FARM Mr W D Claybrooke Buys Mr D Stiles Farm Near f Springfield Mr W D Claybrooke bought ti4 fine farm of Mr H D Stiles near town Monday afternoon and will be given possessiori the first of Janutiry The farm contains 296 acres fqr which Mr GJaybrooke paid 75 per acreIt is one of the most desirable farms in the county and makes an ideal home The farm is a nice distance from town and Mr ClavbVooke will find it convert ient to his lawoffice in Springfield Mr Stiles has nOtyet decided where he locate but he is in Nelson county today looking for a farm fI ittiJu WERFULORGANIZATION t FARMERSiGrowers of Five States Form Uniouat Meeting at Bowling Green iy f Embraces 100000 Tobacco Growers and Is to Be i 1 As the Uni hTobac Society LARGE CROWD PRESENT AND MUCH ENTHUSIASM MANifESTED 204Thetfnipn er today being a union of all the to jbacco growers associations of Ken jtucky Tennessee Indiana and Ohio ITherewere 300 delegates representing associations although by the call only tWo representatives were permitted to enter into the dehbeia ions During the day while the committee was at work speeches were made by C M Hanna and M D Rankin There were ten societies represented the AssociationINew Green River Association the temmers Association the OnesuckW Association the Burley Tobacco Socie ty the Indiana Tobacco Growers AsU sociation the Ohio Tobacco Society and the Wiscohsin Tobacco Association F G Ewing was made chairman and Clarence Lebus secretary The committee deliberated all the afternoon and tonight reported in ofIion without capital stock will be formed under the laws of Kentucky Each of the associations in the Union is entitled to director and one adr ditionaldtecto for each twentyfive million pounds raised last up to and not to exceed threeThese directors will select an executive board of ve The first board of directors will be announced tomorrow who willserve ntil the associations meet and select another The organization embraces a hundred thousand tobacco growers Among the prominent people in attendance were F G Ewing Joel B Fort W C Mc Chord Clarence Lebus M C Hanna M C Rankin A L Davenport and William Elliott The organizers are en INSTRUMENTAL SCRIPTURAL QUESTION DISCUSSED By Simms Organ Ky Aug 24 l908Mr Rogers Gore hditor of TheSun Spring field Ky Dear SirI enclose a communication which I received from Eld A Simms of Willisburg Ky uly He requested me to answer him I to his immediate ly but he has fatled to answer and I take this means to how far the correspondence has proceeded In next weeks issue of The Sun I shall reply to the letter herewith printed so that the public may know what arguments we produce to sustain our position on the question of Instrumentol Music In the Church In the Worship of God Yours Truly JNO D BURNS Willisburg Ky July 8 Burnsl your lettdr a few days ago Was glad to hear from you and to know you were so deeply interested in the oneness of Gods peo pIeiThe Apostle said Walk by one rule be of the same mind and speak the same things for who feath known the mind of the Lord he may instruct him bat we have the mind of Christ- I Co 216 Bro Burns we get the mind of The is from the of Monday Attired in the white habit and mon astic black cloak of the order the bogy of the Rey Father M A who died of dropsy Sat urday afternoon atSts Mary and Eliz abeths lay in state in the church Bertrand all day and ontil thou sands of who knew the dead priest passed in and out of the church to view for the last time the face ofj their dead friend the St f v over the and say they can now control the tobacco markets of the country Tlje draft of the articles of corpora tion that the place of business shall be in Louisville No capital stock is but the limit of indebtedness is The nature Of the business is to foster and promote the interests of t bacco growers and to handle sell pool tobacco of members qf the society The further purpose is to become the central head and general in which all the tobacco growers societies corporations and or in the United States may unite and through which the same may act arid transact business as a unit and decide all controversies between the different of this iici ty H There shall be at least nine directors who shall be elected one from each of the organizations comprising the union and an member for each fifty million pooled by such as sociation the year before Other offi cers are a and and such other officers as may be pre scribed by the bylaws These are to be selected by the directors The has the power to appoint an five members of the board of directors to have active charge dur ing the absence of the entire board The articles provide that any other tobacco may become a member of the Union Tobacco Society by subscribing to its rules The artI- cles before final shan be sub mitted back to the different tions for ratification and they to report back to another meeting to be held in Louisville October 6 There was much during the meeting Messrs McChord and Lebus made rousing to a large audience to night MUSIC IN THE IS THAT IS THE TO BE Uncle Burns Through the Columns of The SunEld J A Objects to the Springfield on 8 replied letter show 19DearB- ro received that Times yisitors 1000000 organizations members pounds Christ through tne andI have never been able to finrJ where any Apostle such a thing as- music in the church there fore it must be the product of the mind of man and if we have not the mind of Christ we are none of His so Christ says Now it you will show me where the commanuedinstru- mental musk I will have1 no more to say against the org n I find in 519 a command to Speak to yourselves in Psalms and hymms and songs singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord and also in Matthew 2630 that they sang a hymm and went out I have searched the and haye found where they sang a hymm but I have never been able to find where it said 14play Another very serious I have to the vorgah in the church is that it destroys congregational singing and about nine times out of ten causes division in the church and we are to fol low after the things which make for peace Let me hear from vou soon and 1 will write more next time remain Your Brother In Christ J A SIMMS DEATH OF REV FATHER M A McFEELEY A SHOCK TO HIS NUMEROUS FRIENDS IN THIS COUNTY following Louisville Dominican McFeeley Hospital OfrtLouis yesterday midnight Members of thusiastic prospects provides principal mentioned association ganizations additional president secretary president executive committee of association becoming organiza enthusiasm speeches CHURCH Johnnie Apostles mentioned instrumental Apostles Ephesians spiritual Scriptures objection commanded Vinclent de Paul Society toek charge of the body last night until relieved by the athers of the convent This morning at 9 oclock the office for Jhe dead was chanted by the Rev Clark Flood McKernan Wmn and Christmas At 930 oclock solemn requiem mass was sung by the Rey Eugene Flood assisted by tne Rev Father McKernan deacon and the Rev Father Christmas subdeacoh The sermon was preached by the su perior of St Louis Bertrand Convent the Rev Father Clark At the con C Pt I clusion of the mass the solemn blessing of the remains took place The burial will be held tomorrow morning in St Roses cemetery at the Dominican motherhouse of this prov ince near Springfield Washington county Ky- Father McFeeley had been in declin ing health since last September and pent a great part of the time in the hospital Death resulted from dropsy The Rev Father McFeeley was born in New Orleans March 16 1845 and attended Spring Hill College at Mobile Ala He joined the Order of Ordained Priests at St Louis Bertrand church August 151870o At onetime he was prior at St Roses convent at Spring field Ky and was also prior at St Louis Bertrand church where he spent the last twentyfive years of his life A great deal of his time was spent in mission workr Father McFeeley w wellknown by many people in this county and be cause of his generous heart and pretty Christian character he won the admira tion anq love of eac i of his acquaintances INTERESTINGi PROGRAM Prepared By Miss Riibel For Her Recital In pringfield Next Tuesday Evening In this issue of The Sun we print the program of Miss Edith Rubels Recital to 5be given in the Springfield Opera House next Tuesday evening Sent 1 Tickets are now on sale at the Red Cross Drug Store j Miss Rubel should be greeted by a large crowd and she doubtless will The program indicates that the eyening will be a musical treat for the people of Springfield and The Sun is very anxiou that the talerited musician be gwen a crowded house BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW DEATHS AT ST CATHERINES Two of the Oldest Members of the Commun ity Pass Away Sister Mary Raymond died at St Catherines Sunday evening at 9 oclock oa complication of diseases s and her body was interred at that place Mon day afternoon She had been member of the community for thirtyfive years haying devoted her life to the Masters work Before coming to Kentucky she was Superior of the Convent at Lowell Mass She was a member of one of the best families of New York her na tive State and has many relatives in that State She was 60 years old- Sister Mary Lawrence after an ill ness of several months of tubercujpsis passedaway at SL Catherines last Fri day The death of Sister Mary Law rence removes one of the oldest arid best loved sisters Of the community For thirtyfour years she had been a member of the order and during all that time was devoted to the principles MissIin this county being a sister of Mrs Joseph Filiatreau She was fiftynine years old Interment ourredit St Catherines Saturday afternoon DIPHTHERIA AT GLASGOW Two More Cases Reported and the People Are Becoming Much Alarmed Glasgow Ky Aug 21Two more cases of diphtheria were reported here this morning A child belonging to Mr Dick Wilson and one of a Mr Rigdon are ill with the diseose This makes some eight cases that have occurred in that immediate section and the people are alarmed The first four cases oc curred some six weeks ago when two of the children died and the other two recovered The health officers are making an effort to prevent the spread of the disease but quite a numberof children hayevalready been exposed and Rill doubtiess have the disease c t I fy4 SUCCESSFUL INSTITUTES The Teachers of Washington County Hold an Interesting iand Profitable Meeting V f 4 tThe Teachersr Institute of Washing ton county after a five days meeting in the Graded School biiilding adjourned last Friday at noon The meet ing was the most successful in the his tory of tbe Institute and Supt Bush and Prof Noe and the teachers of the county are to be congratulated Prof J T C Noe the Instructor was at ins best each day and the teachers of the Jcounty are indebted to 1nmfol the most excellent manner in which he cOil ducted r the Institute There were many excellent features and The Sun would be glad to mention each separately but it is impossible to put the matter in type for use this week However one leature of the meeting which deserves especial men tion was the talk of Mrs Herbert Men gel of Louisville oh last Thursday Mrs Mengel spoke in the interest of the School Improvement League She impressed upon tne teachers the niportance of beautifying the school house and the grounds and snowed wherein the teachers patrons and pu pus would be greatly benefited whorl everything is kept in order about the school premises At the conclusion of Mrs Mangels remarks a School Im prov ment League was organized for Washington county with Supt Bush asPresidentBefore the teachers adopt ed resolutions commending the new school law and thanking the General Assembly of Kentucky forthe liberalischool appropriations last inter The Institute also Went on record as favoring the cutting out of all but firstclass certificates tLOn Thursday evening an open meet ting was held in the courthouse The address of Prof Noe was highly appreciated His subject was Peals of LIfe and he handled ife in a way that pleased all present Supt Bush spoke upon the new school law explaining the law to the audience Jrof Colyin presided as Chairman The music was one of the features of the evening and was much enjoyed by the large audit ence i BULLET IN BtiMN I Colored Boy Accidently Killed Byvj t Playmate Last Night f A colored boy namedMcLhordwas accidently shot and killed last night about 8 oclock on the Willisburg pike near the home of Mr Will Merritt The pistol was in the hands of a boy named Berry Graves and it is said he was revolving the chamber when it was discharged the ball striking the McChord boy in the forehead andpenu etrating the brain The pistol is a long barrel 38 caliber Th e Shooting oc4 curred about 8 oclock and although the boy was shot through the brain Jhel x did not die until two hours afterward r The bov who qid the shooting is about sixteen years tild the other was about twelve Reunion jA reunion of the Claybrooke family JsClaybrookenear All the members of the family wjll be present Four Appointment The County Superintendent has just been informed that he may make fowe appointments to the EducationalDe partment of State University These appointments will be made before September 1 See Supt Bush at opce for particulars p J Baptist Church For Willisburg The Baptist people of the Willisburg section will make an effort to build a church at Willisburg at an early datfA meeting vill Held their next Sunday 4 and subscriptions will be ask d for The friends of the movementthheye they wlllbesuccessful Awlv T 4i 1 f r itI q o t f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNES0AY AUGUST 26 i9oSi 1 iHr f1NQJV NnyrIBased GJfBroadhurst3 Successful Play rUB PlAN d1JP 4 BY- rf43ERT I AYSON jjRllUNEnzizazwwr With all the advantages of- youthf education and good looks and ho vocation other than the enjoymentofwealth the hero of ratherjJtoc r fort on the altar of his duty asa citizen His city called him to save her from spoliation and t corruption and he responded toIi seaucItionsflove revered pdrents memory allied with the mighty forces at the command ofpolitical and finlTI ciql malefactors The firmness with which Ithe man of the hour single out rJrthehighI dtJest post in cr great unicipciliyl bytthose who saw a weakling and a tool resisted the very forces that had elevated him for their own purposes to official power will tip an inspi ration to the readgr as it has been an uplifting force in the minds of thousands who have witnessed its theatrical repro sentation I CHAPTER rIFIE country house of Charles Wainwright financier topped the ridge overlooking the water in a climax of architectural hid eousness and extravagant cost The grounds of Charles Wainwright finan cier stretched out into countless acres of landscape gardening Tine whole es tate of Charles Wainwright financier eclipsed those of his neighbors in the fashionable suburb even as the nathe- of Charles Wainwright financier ecIpsed almost every other In tbe city world wljere money ruled as undis puted and7 absolute monarch Even when he turned from tbe bus tIe of city and fellow money builders find sought for a space the simple life on his 2500000 country place with Its modest equipment of fortyone sjerv ants Mr Wainwright so far carried j Into the wilds the atmosphere of busi ness and the burden of other mens wealth as to have a very complete lit tle stockbroker room fitted up adjoin lug hIs big library and to keep a man night anI dn at uis private wire Charles Waiuwcight financier wb a bachelor No obese or statuesque wife carIjed about with her a portable adv rtiseincnt of his wealth in the shape j ujadehisport casino or Lenox cottage His only Brother had died years before leaving Ia mere beggarly uiillipn dollars oraso Ana two children to divide It These children Dallas a strikingly jetty and still more strikingly indepe 1ent glrtof twentyfour and Perry a de lightfully lazy lovable ltd of twenty one lived with their unefle who managed their affairs let thfcm go pretty much as they chose andis they were Imore or less oruameatal and enter taming and decidedly popular was rather fond of them jThe trio had passed a pleasant un eventful mouth at the bigi house OIL hill early In the summer Of 19 tillI a day dawned whereon fate book number of decidedly interesting fa happenings to occur Wainwright himself was up betimes and at work in his library poring over jnarket reports cipher telegrams and a dozen other details of deals which his simple life cult did not prevent him from operating at long range With chim was vhis secretary Thompson a pallid earnest looking young fellow whose unobtrusive efficiency had long c sInce won the financiers admiration This morning affairs in the financial Vwoid had gone more than ordinarily td Mr Wain wrights liking Moreover a paragraph in one of the city papers that had caught his eyes had set his lean gray face to twitching with aa near an approach to a smile as the great man ever permitted Altogether hewbs In an unwontedly geniallwod and some of his good nature so fur ex panded as to Include his busy secre taryVThompson he remarked as the last batch correspondence was cleared sway youre looking pair Do I work you too bard No n 4slr replied the score 4 1 14V ViV VVSVVSVVV VVVVVVVVVVV tary with a promptitude Jthathad something almost slavish in reeling all right went ion Wain wright You need more pxercise Why dont you get out of doors oftener The work sirVGet another man to help you do th- itelgratpajt of it then I Tha TOUesir You are very kinl- Indeed11lt if Its just the same to you Id rather handle It all myself I hope the works perfectly satisfactory slrT Perfectly Thompson Youre the only employee I have who seems tp love work for works sake Seen any thing of Mf GIbbs this morningj uNo sir 1 dont believe hes up yet Commg by such a late train last night you know sir and I was up as late as he was and I was at work by 8 But when a man takes his first holiday in six years as he is doing I suppose oversleeping Is part of the fun Theres a man to pat tern yourself after Thompson I remember when he started out he hadnt a penny nothing but the resolve to get money and then to getmore of it fiveIhesag Good mprning broke in a voice stairwayIIts opened even stronger than I hoped tt said WainwrIght Take a look at these dispatches and see for yourself Had your breakfast Yes thanks answered the newcomer a well groomed stockily built man lounging into thp rooms with a Illodat Thompson whoV discreetly withdrew into the adjoining office dayitimeIput you where you are today Gibbs v ScottGbbs and that s interested me in you For- illstariceJth 1t deal of yours in South a copper Yet that was the deal the papers allV VVAll denounced you for What do you caret YOU were within the law Theyve been hanmmHrur mofnrvoirs and attributing all sorts Or ICwmo tires to Dier As long as the law doesnt interfere Im going to get all I can So are QuSo is every sane man As long as tean be done without fuss or shouting A mosquito c6u1 bite twice as often if only he dillut siua song about it By the way have you seenthe papers IINo Anything newi One thing at least that ought to in terest yoUk Listen to this Tueengagtf ment of the niece of a world celebrated financier to a prominent young broker is about to be announced The young lady and her brothep are orphans and are notV only their famous uncles wards but also the sole heirs to his vast wealth They are summering at his magnificent country place where thef fortunate broker is said to spend evory one of the very few moments left vacant by his daring stock manip ulationsNo mistaking that eh Gibbs VVItitoght to bring matters to head I should think It certainly should assented Wain wright in fact its such an aiida- clous master stroke that Ive a notion you may possibly hae been at the bottom of It Now confess Werent youWell of course I didnt exactly write it ButV Clever boy Dallas will have to show her hand now or never Shes kept you on the anxious seat too long ns it is Thats the reason I asked you up here for the day She must settle It today If I can manage itShe knows how anxious Tam for her to accept YOU But Im sometimes afraid ishe does not care for me Then make her care As long as she cares for no one else you can per suade her to believe she ador s you How do you know Your a bach trdi y VVVVVV Perhaps thats how 1 know And she doesnt care for any one else Youre sure Theres Bennett for Instance Alwyn Bennett Why absurd TheyreiJustour nearest neighbor here and Its ionly natural Besides he isnt the sort lot man she wants Hes an idler She likes men who have made some thing of themselves like yourself tor instance So make yourself easy on that score if Bennett loved her hed have proposed long age- Not necessarily HQS not a man to get started easily but once start him andjThen dont start him Go In and win What Is it TbQmpsonV The secretary entered from the ofr t fice with a d1spatchVTheres in answer sirV said be Heres a bankVWainwright read the message scrib bled a few lnes and handed the reply to the secretary who hurried out with itVSo Thonpson Is not only a secre tary butlfTelegraph operator as well remarked C Ibbs as the clicking of a Morse instrument sounded from the =e f Hos eeryfh1ngV replied Wainwright Hes a wonder He heard me say I fished I had a good operator up here whom I could trust so with a word to me he goes and leaVns lout Ive had him nine years and tested and tempted him fifty I ways but hes as true as steel the one employee I ever had that I could trust I By the way the message he Just brought me ought to interest you It tells me Borough Street railway stock fa offered now at 63 Ive given orders I for your office to take all they can get I hold of at that price quietly and without making any bids or attracting attention Thatll be the biggest deal of my career if I can carry it through Ypu understand your part perfectly to take for yourself 2Q per cent of the deal handle the whole affair on the floor and not buy any of the stock for your own private account Stick to that and theresSjust one thing that can possibly block us You mean the defeat of the present city administration thisfa111 Just that and I dontbelieye It will be beaten The organizations solid as- a rock They have the police the of j ficeholders andVIBut the people at largeI ITlie people at large are sheep that be driven by the strongest shepherd If they werent theyd have broken loose a century ago and run the city and the country to suit themselves Just now Dick Horrigan happens to be the shepherd who can make them go wherever he says VVShepherd and crook combined I chucI1 wouldnt a like that get back to Horrigau if I were you returned Wainwright dryly Your Career might suffer Nothing except maybe gratitude is so bad as humor for spoiling a mans chances in bus ness or politics A laugh costs mOte than people think But speaking of the election this fall a reform wave or any change of city administration would smash our Borough Street rail way dealV To offset that Ive joined hands with Uorrlgan If I can bring him to see things my way he shall have cash enough to buy all the honest vybtffrs he needs HPS coming here this noon to talk things oVer with meV Phelans coming too Pheian You mean the alderman of the Eighth Youll have a pleasant little gathering Perhaps you didnt know that Phejan and Horrigan have had a row and And thats why Im bringing them patchIboth Phelans a useful man But Hpiflgan is boss of the organi zation If you have him on your side why do you bother about getting Phelan tooVYes Hdrrfgan Is boss He1 fought his way up by bulldog tactics He has ho diploniacynothIngV bruteI force Now piielan has just as much force In his way but hes as tricky us Vafox too Ive known him ever since jhe was chief of police Hes u danger ous man If hes against us he can make trouble I want him lies Judge NeWman announced the butler A whimsical frown crossed Wain wrights face but cleared ifltOVVfl pass ably hospitable expression as a little gray haired man with a solemn weak face trotted pompously in on the heeh of the butlers announcementVGood morning judge said the host pleasantly You dont know Mr Gibbs I think of Gibbs Norton CoV Judge Newman Is my next door neigh bor on the left as you come from the station Gibbs You must have no tiqed the placeQueen Anne house with Oh he probably never gave It a glance put in the judgeCIA mere cot tage t1atsVall When a man with my meager Judicial salary has a social po- sitlon p kepV up and four daughters that arent4 married and Charles you I cant realize what It means to have four nnmarried IN0 I cannot assented Wainwright and from present signs Im not likely to I hope Mrs Newman Is well The little judges face grew doublyT Important Extremely well thank you said heuA wonderful woman Youve met her Mr Gibbs j No Butotcourse you have heardrBy Charles it was she who told me to drop in on you this morning YO- UseeIshe Mrs Newman is most anxious for me to come Upfor redeeftion this fall I thought you mightV Mr Horriganto 8lJJIt word to Mr whom I Hmrtganlnmybe ted the subjecthutf doesnt quite seem to see it that way He doesnt want to have me renominated I thought perhaps as a personal favor to so old a friend you might say a word to Mr Horrigan in my behalfiOf course Ill do what Horrigan will be here today canI a little after ijoon and Ill tell you my Intervention turns out Oh thank you so VmuchP cried theI judge positively wriggling In his de light Mrs Newman will be so pleased And by the way wont you ask Perry why he never comes over to see my daughters Please ask him if wont Im sure Mrs Newman heI be glad if he did Well till then Good morningV bSS1thesays is- She is a wonder as a husband train ereShcs tamed him so he doesnt know his souls his own A good little man because hes never bad a chance to be otherwise Ill speak to Horn gan about him though Its always well to have a friend on the ehV One never can tell when But Gibbs was not listening His heavy face had lighted with a sudden glow of eagerness Turning to note the cause Tainwrlghtsaw his niece Dallas descending the stairs Involuntarily she as she reached the threshold and saw Gibbs Then her sense of hospitality triumphing over Impulse she came in and greeted her uncles guest wIsh some show of cor dialityRemember Dallas said Wain wright as he prepared to go into his office Gibbs is here only for the day I count on you to make his holiday as pleasant as you can He glanced covertly at Gibbs WTio had strolled to the window Then the financier lowered his voice and said rapidlyV sake1DallasI dont often ask anything In return He patted her on the shoulder with aV gesture meant tQbe affectionate and hurried into the adjoining office Scarcely had the door closed rwhen Gibbs turned from the window crossed the room to where Dallas stood and in his usual direct fashion saidV You saw that The article in this mornings paper- ycs There was no confusion no embar rassment neither InV the clear girlish voice nor in the honest dark eyes that met Gibbs so calmly He went on with a shade less confidenceV It annoys you Very much indeethVYou cant feel worse about it than I do Miss Waluwright I You didnt write ityourself then un Of course noti How could you tbinkAI didnt I just wondered Please see that the rumor is denied Why should I You are going to niarry Die some day arent you Dal lasVHave ever given you reason to think I WOUIITVYou havcVlet me keep on coming to see you You haveVI have told you that dont care for you the vtywant me to I have great admiration and respect for you cnoughtoIt is enough for me If I have your admiration and respect tq start onTll soon make you love me You would be satisfied with so lit tle Yes Knowing could in time win more You arent the sort of girl who could marry a man if she didnt re spect him didnt admire him VYOUV Perhaps I couldnt marry such a man But perhaps I couldnt help lov lug hiniVYour chances for happiness would be better with me hV Dallas you know I love you Yjouve kept me waiting so long Is it fair to either of us I hesitate because I want to be fair ta us both For that reason I must still ask you to wait But Ive waited so long Toll me one thing Is there anyVSteps none too light clattered down the stairs and into the library bounced a lad in tennis flannels He was tall well set up and good to look at and seemed always to have stepped direct ly from a bandbox and to have had extremely recent acquaintance with much soap and water Hello Dallas he shouted encom passing nis sister in a bear hug How soon are Heres Mr Gibbs Perry Dallas reminded him as she emerged somewhat crumpled from the embrace Have you The lads manner underwent a light ning and frigid changeV OhV good morning hcI grunted with a curt nod to the visitor and picking up a paper turned to the sport tog sheet and became immersed In Its cots oblivious of all else Mr Gibbs is only spending one day with us admonished Dallas trying to soften her young brothers rude nessHope hell enjoy it came In absent tones from the depths of the paper Gibbs roseVIm going out for a cigar on the terrace said he Ill a little latcrIthe broker disappeared through thej long windows bow could you treats guest of uncles so rudelyV I dont like the fellow And I dontj like what I read In the paper today about him and you Gee what a measly paragraph Its enough to make a white man want to dash ou t gtIngarenltyouGood LordV gasped Perry slump- Ing dovrn in the nearest cbairuAJfe you crazy Say it you are looking for a real good exciting match why dont you marry a Wall street stock report Itd be better n Gibbs If you marry him youll only be an also ran with the ticker tape and the market news Oh keep out of It old girl You owe something to your Intelligent and dis gotImarry some one I like cant you I havent given him a definite an swer yet admitted the girl a little touched by the real feelinjrthat under4 lay her brothers flippant words Thats good ConfidenceIrestored and the run oqBro Em tions is checked time you get the marry bee I havea dandy candidate to suggest for the JoVWhoT laughed Dallas amused in spite of hers lf Alwyn BennettVHowr silly Not on your life Words of wisdom from the youngthats what It is Go ahead and marry Bennett Be a sport and say YesWhy dont you want to marry himVFor any one of a million reasons First of all he never asked me tOV Maybe hes scared to But If he wasnt stuck on you he wouldnt be andIMr Bennett the butler announced Brother and liter stared gulltily at each other Speaking of angels muttered Per ry But Dallas had already turned to welcome the visitor Alwyn Bennett at first glance had little to distinguish him from the average good looking young man about town But a closer observer would have noticed a firmness about xfhe strengthIair of latent power that lay unawak purposelesstany pow er and meanwhile Bennett was con tent to loaf through an existence that thus far had been decidedly pleasant The only son of a widowed mother who advised and spoiled him more than comfortably well off from the great fortune amassed by his dead father possessed of a social position un assailable and equally fortunate in that mysterious quality that spells popularity all these gifts had saved Alwyn Bennett the trouble of fighting lifes battle or showing who might be jyi thin his reach Good old Bennett hailed Perry We were just talking about yo i Dallas WaVtflrjggS Good answered lwyn Any- thIng is better than Indifference What were you saying about meVYou tell him DailasV grinned the boyBe quiet whispered his sister flushing with cvezatlonV Then Ill tell for myself went on Perry gleefully 9 was just asking her Seeing the girls confusion Bennett quickly changed the subject by inter rupting My mother will be over here In a few minutes Dallas She is bringing along a guest of ours who says you and she were chums at schoolMiss GarrIsonVCyntbJa Garrison Oh Ill be ever so glad to see her again I = I know who she is cried Perry refusing tobe snubbed They say shes a gorgeous looker When her k nnetwas under the hammer I bought id her two pet Boston terriers Betty ahdV Prince Maybe that wont I WeUTIfind ft whol lotof cr1pJes slow rthbIll be If theyre walking over I mightVwander out sort of aiinlessUke aafl happen to meet em Mrybe thaf a bum idea Good old me Full of his Machiavellian scheme the lad bolted through the long win dbw and was gone Dallas began Bennett without preamble you must surely know why t Im here today Youve seenthat paraigraph In thei T have seen it she answered quietly Taken aback by hepmanner Bennett hesitated an instant then masked tier ouslyr The the rumor Isnt true Dallas TelT me It lsnt Why shouldnt it be true she coun tered perversely as though not wholly sorry to witness the new look her words called to his face The look ldeepened as Bennett continued vt f You dont love Gibbs Surely yoa dont love himV The French windows swung wide breaking off her reply- CHAPTER ifj IL t t LWYN BENNETT turned iharpv ly toward the windowvangiyv at the interruption but PerryV Wainwright ushering two la r dies in from the veranda met his scowl with a wink of triumph uIotso bad eh called the boy Met them las they were tiffining Into the drive You see Oh observed the younger of the two womena prettyY flower faced girl who since her entrance Into the room had been engaged in exchanging de Jighted greetings with Dallas So ywi came to meet us You said you just l1appenedIfDid 11 asked Perry in dejep amaze ment Well wellITbefacrJ 1 wanted to do something Startling isV honor of meeting you so I toldmy first lie I Dont mind him CynthlaL laughed Dallas Hes taken tfiat way quite often Ohits his usual pace then rqueried Miss Garrison innocently I thought perhaps he was Just warming up v And now pursued Dallas taking possession of Cynthia much to Perry disgust tell me all about yourself HaveVThere isnt much to telL But therefil sy going to be Im going to work Work What r For a living of course Not reallyVYes Isnt It ridiculous broke jVMrs Bennett a sweet little old ladyi who now found her first chance to edge in a word amid the general vol ley of talk But Cynthia Is set ion doing ItcWhy shouldnt I f havent a dol lar and theres a theory that one mustVJ liveS v But what are you going to d01 ask ed DallasI know I have a prettyVeducation I shall find something I Dallas I think your brother is giving us a high sign of some sortVI am declared Perry I Just wanted to tell you theres a surprise waiting for you Two surprises In one kennel Want to see en What is be talking about queriedVCynthia appealing to Dallas for light on the mystery About Betty and Prince Charlie reVtorted PerryuYour two Boston terSriers that I bought Want to see emV VOhI the darlings Of course I do Where are they Come along and Ill show you THe darlings eh Talk like that makes me wish I Was a dogV Dot der Kpair suggestVed Cynthia t Maybe youll grewVStill puzzllng vaguely as 5LLVthe meaning of this cryptic ut terance PerryVVfOllowed Miss Garrison fromVthe room a grinVVqf satlsfledamV bition wreath- Ing his tanned faceVTo think ofVpoor little Cynthia having toVgo to workV DallasGarrisom roomthe OneW would as soon think of putting a but terfly Into harness Is it true she haVm- VoneyVA Im afraid Its only too true an swered Mrs Bennett VIHer father batVeverything In specuiating He wEsVVcashier of the Israel Putnam TrustVcompany and Afterward president He She paused as the office door opened and Thompson the secretary cameV into the room At sight of Mrs BenVnett he seemed about to turn back1utVVVchaaglng his purpose crossed tctheVtableland began to look for some doctVmeats he hud tailed to gather up i What was the rest pthe storyVabout Mr GarrisV askedVreally interested in The older womans recitaLVTjionipsons papers slipped through his fingers and went skidding Vacr5V the polished floor The others locikedVV tround in surprise Iltxcuse me muttered the SeerVy1 tary as he stopped to gather op VthVV documents Very awkward Ta v ony He went on arranging the scattered pars hi his uSual unobtrusive silence Bffaclhg himself from the general talic VVS5VfV I a I r 1THE SPRINGFIELD PUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1908t 3 r I You were telling me about Cynthia father said anas UPb yesaald Mrs Bennett taking- op the thread of her faJeiHe was looked on as one of the most honorable t bankers In Hie cky And so he was j until his misfortune7 MlsfortuneV More misfortune than crime His Wife was a lrlho d r end of mine so- perhaps am prejudiced In his favor A famous finqncera dear friend his Induced hraftto rake a very largr loan that proved to be a mistake Hp wEntjtO the financier for advice as to how to recoup the loss The financier- told him of an Investment by which he could get all the money back with out any risk and could make good the loan Mr Garrison took his advice- used the banks funds for the purpose and the investment proved worthless The bank was Ihpolvent Mr Garrison- 5shofhimself SHorrible Horrible murmured Dallas The horrible part of the whole story t came out later said AJwyn Bennett It seems the financier had deliberately ruined Mr Garrison and was on the other side of the deal by which th banks funds were lost In oCher words he persuaded his friend to put money in what he knew was a losing venture then took that money himself He did it willfully chimed to Mrs Bennett knowing his friend would be- ruined and that the Banks money Swhich he lured Mr Garrison into investing was going to swEll his own il Sgotten fortuneS 5did not think any qne lived who could do such hlngst shuddered SJas Poor Cynthia PJ11 Cynthia suffered least of all moretftdiedof grief and her brQlhera m ising clever young fellow just cIiter1I ing college disappeared i Deserted Cynthia 1 Not so bad as that He probably went away sooner thnn face his fa thera disgrace and began life some 5wherefar from horne That was pipe- years ago yet ever since then hp sends r Cynthia a little money every montIL not much but no doubt nfl scrape together above his bare living expenses She has tried in every way to get in touch with him but she cant locate him anywhere There Is no clew except that monthly money order I never knew him veryw1l1n fact J LsS only saw him once or twicebut rYe heard he was a fine manly boy The 5shock must have been worst of all ont him Soa man lost his good name andS I his life his wife died his sons l ej wasiwrecked and his daughter impoy erished mused Dallas and all that a financier might grow a little richer cant bejieve ItISSS little ashamed ofdRlaylng sudh vehemence In the presence of one 9f heir uncles dependents the girl glanced toward the table But the secretary t had gone SS My husband prattIed Mrs Bennett complacently always said that the rnen who rose highest in the money Hjorld reached their lofty places over ithe despoiled bodies of hundreds of victims Thank God my boy has no such parental record to look back on My husband was one man in a Ionthe soul of hono both In bUSl- 1nessapd in private life Youve read of his splendid civil wai record Then IandThats something to proud these money loving times 1 What was the name of tire financier who ruined Mr Garrison asked Dal JaS still haunted by the narrative she had just heardSNo one knows It was suppressed at the time The facts In the written confession left by Mrl Garrison be came public property bUt through political influence the name of the man I responsible for the tragedy was sup r pressed Here r sit charting on dole- 5jul topics while those two young peo pIe are running all over the place un chaperoned Excuse me w ntyouI and Ill look them up 1 r She smiled at Alwyn ap she left the room and his answering smile showed Show fully he understood and appre tr dated her motive alone with Dallas Wain InleaYjnghlm Dallas too as- though to follow Mrs Bennett out into the lawn Put Alwyn stepped between her and the window Dont go just yet he begged Ive so much to talk over with you When they came In we were speaking of that paragraph about You dont love him do you Dallas Tell me you dont I SWhat right have you task me such a questionS i Only the right that myjlove for you gives me dear heart You must have- known I loved you even t though Ive never said it before I love you Dal las though till today I think I never realized how much Tell thc It Isnt true that youre going to rriarryGibbs Even if it werent true i should not marry you AiwnSAh l The exclamation was wrung uncon eciously from his ft was as though a pang of physical pain jjjfhad pierced him I wouldnt marry went on Dallas though more gentry becaftse you dont really love me I dof I do With my whole heart r f IOh Alwyn she exclalfned with al most motherlike tolerancje what a child you areL What a mere child SSome one tries to take away from yon a plaything youve grown used to h4- 4ng You never cared especially tout f the plaything before bustha1youre in danger of you cr out Oh I love it I love it Youll soon find another toy thatll make you forget l t 1 1 pof 5IDallas you are unfair Yon hare po tight to treat my love for you pft if As If it were a mere whim Isnt J11 Now jJont say No but look me i1 the eytes and answer one question If Scott Gibbs hadnt proposed tome If that paragraph had not appeared in tlje paperwould you have come ihere today and told me you loved me No you know you wouldnt irDont talk like that dear implored Bennett I tell you I love you More than ever dreamed a woman could be loved I love you 1 Theres an easy way to prove it then What way Anything By idoing something to make me feel proud of you I dont feel so now T couid not marry a man who loiters his life awaya man who sits idle Inltheyouve done no harm with it youve atI least put it to no good use You are educatedtfiathaveyour talents your education How have you used them for your own terment or for your reIiowm netI What hve you to offer me Social position have plenty of both What else can you offer me Nothing absolutely nothing My love for one thing I can offer you that In what is your love better than any other mans Behind It is not ta record of hard work of self sacrific- eofachievewontof any of the things that go toward making love strong and enduring and beautifulto make it a support that a woman can lean on fori lifeThat have you to offer me or any other woman T There was a silence Yet when Ben nett spoke there was a new note in his VO Ice +a ring of awakening strength thatirnpiessed Dallas in s iteof her selfthat sent a wholly strange thrill through her and set her heart to beat ing with unwonted quickness You are right said he I have done nothing rye been content to be a rich mans son and Ive nothing to offer that is worthy your acceptance hut that does not mean I never shall have Apd by the grace of God I shall Youve put things In a new light I see them as I never did It isnt a wholly pleasant experience but its good for me Theres nothing yet that Im fitted to do but Ill find something never fear And when I do Tlnnt say tlmnna nothing youre fit for protested Dallas Theres noth ing you lCouldnt accomplish if oncc you set yourself to itTby just think 1IrlLorIlllerwas so Oh those amounted to nothing just did it to oblige him And besides It was fun to sway the crowds Thats just it You did it for fun and for a friend Why not do some thing In earnest and for yourself The world is fairly brlptling with oppor tunitles for uch a man as you Grasp youlUYesIA any I have given Mr Gibbs no promise- I him to wait ITheIl my chance is as good as his From now on I am going to drop the role of rich mans son and be sonic rthlng on myown account If yoiiha- vfthln meif you believe In meIf thercwLa ghost of a chance that you can some day love me Ik have faith in ytI Alwyn sb- answercdsoftly letting her hand lie passive In his grasp Then withdraw Ing i with a pretty gesture of petulance she added Only I wish it didnt always re quire a blow to rouse you to action Did you ever happen to notice that trait In yourself Whyno I dont quite understand Then heres an instance that will show you what I moan In vour senior year at Yale when you wrC playing halfback on the varsity eleven I saw iny first football game was against Princeton You were the only n an on either team i knew so 1 watchqd you from first to last Litt kas 1 ulltler too l football Ifcoud see you were play in g a cljcver hard conscien tious gamed But it wasnt a fight lug game notIthe sort of that carries ev erything before it Then in the second half In- one of the scrimmages I saw a Princetpn man strike you Oh it was a das cowardlyhcratJihot rlieD your head v as turned away You saw who it was ia d you made no appeal to the referee but In the next scrimmage you brpkcf that mans collar bone and stunned him He was carried sense loss from the fi ldand you kept on You had begun to play a fighting game and It parried you through the Princeton line for theonly touchdown of the day You won the game for Yale You were tile college hero the man of the hour But It took a blow to rouse you Now do you under stand YesI think I do Perhaps youre ight I certainly remember the blow ell enough Do you happen to know twl1oit was that struck me that day on the football fleldT- JNo X knw none of the players except you Who eo t was GIbb l SNoI d1m not likely to have forgotten Ask him yourself He will remembe- rIt I fancy If was a week before he left the infirmary But I cant realize tat Mr Gibbs would a thing It was so d1SUCh Ob it against him He was excited andITell Mr Phelan Ill see him In the library called Wainwright from the tall r More politics DallnsICome shall w go court 1 They passed through the open French window as Wainwright and Gibbs en tered the library from the opposite doorSThe aldermans a Ut1e behind time said Wainwright uiIfi1 character in his way Youll be interested in meet Ing him Gibbs MY Phelan announced the butler I know my own name son re marked a voice behind himuYon neednt go hollerin it at me like I was bein ratified at an east side meetlng Mornin Mr Wainwright Maybe it was you he was hollerin at Youre a little late alderman safd the financierSHI always am Let the other feller dp the waitln Thats my motto and many a good hours time Ive saved by It Whos your friend Mr Gibbs of Gibbs Norton Mr Gibbs this Is Alderman Phean Of the Eighth amended Phelan Only man to carry his ward last elec tlon runnin Independent Pleased to meet you Yes sir Iran Independent and I win as Wainwright here can tel you Horrigans out against me tills year and Jes got carried away by Sdme fool idea that he can down me next campaign Can he asked Gibbs politely boredCan heuronred Phelan bisclos1 clipped hair aibristle Can he Can Alderman Phelan chesty Dick Hofrigan down Alderman Jimmy Phelan Well Nt thin to It son Wild Ipi through with Dick Horriganw hell have worried himself so thin thll have to wear glasses to shave him Ill bury him so deep this fall that theyll ne er find him till they start diggin a subway to China You seem pretty confident observ ed Gibbs Confident vhy not Why not I ask yon W by vtmJLldnt I be confident Is there a voTer in the wardblack white yellow or greenhorn that I cant call by his first name and ask after all his children by name Is there a voter In tile ward I havent staked to coal or outings or ball or boozcIs there If so name him to me Puta name to him Theyre my friends twelve months of every year not just at election time Horrigan Indeed SayIt he starts runnin any man in my ward hell have to sight him by a tree to see hes makin any progress or not liorrlgan hey 1 Come come alderman interposed Wainwright Why dont you and Horrigan smoke the pipe of peace 7I Why The onlipIpe me an Dick Horrigan will ever come together over will be yard of lead pJpe an my fist will aI at one end of that an hIs thIck at th other But remonstrated Wainwright lie is a strong map Is it safe to fight him Why isnt it Hes got to come into the Eighth ta lick me and hell be about as strong there as a barkeeps influence with the Prohibition party Besides I like a fight Ins the original Stop look and listen signal at Trouble station r JL As a personal favor to me alderman wheedled Mr Wainwright In his most persuasive manner wont you make a friend of Horrigau 1 Id gladly oblige you by makin aj fine fashionable rollickin funeral orI him but friends friends But ifI asked him here to meet you wouldnt you try to be cordial to him i I sure wouldas cordial as a bank rupt to a rent collector Hed be as pretty near as welcome as a broken leg Im sorry you look at It that way alderman because Ive asked him today To come here Quit your joshin I But he doesnt know hell nieet you An hell never find It out for Im- o my way Id sooner meet a p ade from th contagion hospital Of course if youre really afraid of him Afraid of him snorted Phelan coming ton full stop at the door and then returning to the middle of the roomit Afraid ot Dick Horrigan Show me the man Im afraid to meet and Ill meet him with pleasure just to show you Its a lie As for Mr Horrigan came the butlers announcement from the threshold The man who followed the announcement was one who carried in his bear IL r t ing the chtef reasons for his success Tall stout square of jaw square of brow hard of mouth he seemed to dominate hts very surroundings and to exhale a rough forcefulness that car- riedall before it His physiognomy was essentially that of the born fighter as well as leader tb man that neither gives nor asks quarter From the days wh n as a ferry tickat seller he hud laid the foundations of his laterror- tun es by knocking down L fares u pi For a moment the through his va IotLrtractor politician and boss he had fought his way ever to the front by that same force backed by a bulldog pluck a genius for organisation and a mentality wholly devoid of scruple and conscience It could not be said of Richard Hor rlgan that his morals were bad He simply had no morals at all By corij tact with men of higher culture than his own he had lost his early incorrect ness and vulgarity of speech His dom- Ineering roughness of manner he had no wish to lose It was by far too val uablelan asset Good morning Mr Wainwright falml1iarltyinlthe presence of the dreaded hu1tIof sto09hist glare f And so for a moment the enemies faced each other Coitnued next week- GOOGOGOOOOOOOOOOOQOGOOOOO I ODI OOOO LFarm j For Sale j Having decided to change locations I wilt offer for sale privately my farm on the Springfield and Manton road 2J miles from Ianto- nDESbRIPTIONContiins 206 Acres 18 acres in timber most all the rest in watIeredtwo orchards a good dwelling barn and all necessary outbuildings Has- H F D and telephone Ime by the place Close to school Call on or addressC M BRINGLE Sprmgiield Ky Rt 5 Box 37 33 Stpd 0000000000000GCOCCCXXX5OOOGOOOOOOOGGOOOO 0aooo0a 000ao1 The SUN1I i Jf Sff I HOW JANE AND ANNIE GOT OUTQFThEWOONSv i A STORY WRITTEN FOR THE SUN BY MISS JUDITH HOWARD AGED NINE tI There once 1veda poor widow who had three children They lived in the- woods Two of the children were girls and the other was a lame boy The girls names were Jane and An nie the boyvs name wasi Joe dayitake them to town and sell the- mlOne day they started out with three torn baskets and a small bucket that had in it aJittle piece of corn breadand a few berries that they had picked the day before This was for their dinner This seems like an awful little but sometimes they did not have this much for they were very poor That mornin they were going to a place where they had never been before They had only seen it when they passed by going to town pieceIthem They looked back and saw a itIlpass by there told them to get in They climbed in On their way he talked to them about many things When they got there they got out but they didnt forget to thank him When they had gone in the woods almost first thing they saw were Itbackberry bushes ed a long time till at last Im so hungry I feel like I could eat the whole woods They kept going on farther and farther till at last they came to a pond There they sat down and began to eat It did not take them longto eat tor they had such little y When they were through eating they started on walking slowly There was nota house a fence or a road to be seen At last Annie began to cryHOh will we ever get home again slie said Ina trembling voice Jane was a utJto cry tool They had traveled alt day and now it was about sutfsefe Ifywas not long till it grew dark JTheybad gotten two baskets of terries that day but they were small It got darker and arkerIAfter sa while they came a They went and knocked at the door for they knew they COUd not get home that night and they had to have she ter A little boy came ind opened the door Jane saidfla we stay here tonight The boy said Yes They went in and sitting before thereVy place was an old woman She toldtben sit downr v Ito They told the old wornanthejr storyl old woman told hem they might stay there After a time she led them to a little room In it was arfofd brokeni bed twO chairs a piece ot mirror ona placeIlheydressed themselves slipped out the door down the stairs and into the woods for they were afraid she wouTifl- hurt them After going a good piece they came edlikeanIand at the end they saw th4 road They went straight to it After going a little piece they saw smoke After going farther they saw it was coming from their dhimneyItr rdid not take them long to find out it was their home They ran as fasLas they could to the door They went in and saw theirnother by the window cryingic time Annie woke She i was dreaming She wokeJane and toIKENTUCKY BIGGEST SHOW iCf SEPT 14i5 161118191908 SIX DIG DAYSDAILY ACES 25000 IN PREMIUMS WEIBER3 BAND ArrTAC 20 SIDE SHOWS riB13 lON Here is the place to display your live stock and farm j products to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a Imillion to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATESTFor inforsaationy ei iry blank or catalog adclr 9S riJ W NEWMAN Secretary Louisfl1eKy l 5O and25At Half Price 0 K Fifty ladies Shirt Waists and 25 Ladies SkiilSum Clean Fresh Goods bought this spring These are the best bargains of the Season Come inr BRING THE CASH and get a Shirt Waist or Skirt r READYMADE DRESSES 2 SO to 4OO Muctd 5O percent +20 White Parasols qt Reduced Pricesi25 Pieces of Mattings at Special Prices Wall Paper at Any PrlcJ Grundy Mlntire d H I r 1 j S4 r I r 4t j 1THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26M9O8 I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WED E DAY tt ONEDOULAR e Editor andiPublisher IBUBSCRIPTION ffi e Springfield through the class matter y t f FOR PRESIDENT 4WiLLIAM JENNINGS BRYkN- I vOf Nebraska j VICEPRESIDENTEOf Indiana aIi FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON OF NELSON COUNTY A BIG EVENT V The Juvenile Fair next Saturday will be one of the big events of the season t It will be a day into whfph will be V crowded an overabundance of merri mentand the welkin willf ring with r the shouts of happy children Even us old fellows are look ing forward to the day with a great deal ofpleas ore The happy little ones shouting and singirigj and frolicingill seus to see through aged eyes Ithe inspir ing beauties of Our Own LosF Childhood The Sun heartily congratulates those people who inaugurated the movement arid who are now spending their time and energies to make it a sq ess Men and women who ejncleavor to make our little folks happy kre of the s fofthe earth dispensers of good cheer which becoming deeprooted in fv thjLchildheart adds gems to the crown l ls6fichildhpod and places in memory sr v stprerhpuse HaJY Though which will make bright days of a thousand tOe morrowsr t UMPROFITAflLEp JISomebody has sent an article from t Washington City to the newspapers which announces that all ojf our Presi dents died poor The writer proves that it is very unprofitable to preside over the destinies of the American people and makes it plain that the Chief Magistrate must practice close econ 1jemy to make ends meet WQ are led to believe that more than one President had to hustle to keep the wolf from the White House door We write this as a word of warning to thcfhundreds of boys in Washington county who believe Presidentofithe United States PQlltic is unpr yfit able I Lf 4 4 t THE NEW YORK WORLD t r r A few weeksago the ReJubticaJIP r ty counted the New York World as one iS of its most valuable assets and de- L pended upon it to help straighten the miserable tangle in the pjarty in New r York State But the World hath flick- eredIt It has pinned its faitfi to a new ideal ind proceeds to tack up the following denunciatory notifee Never in the lifetime off the Repub lic has there been greater need of a uncomptjp1l1isingopI 2 Rooseveltism militarism lingoism Centralization personal government t and panic The American people need d peace they need prosperity they need r reemployment read Now that sort of talk frOm a source that was thought to be loyaji and loving r must sound hateful and harsh to the ears of Republican leaders Watch New YOrk landslide herself for Bryan somewhere in theneighbor hood of 100000 J I v Mr Taft declares he will make few speeches He doubtless bejlie ves those talks he gave to the graphjophone will fsnswer all purposes l tw l 0 The race riot at Sprinfield IUsH royes beyond doubt that they can do tbings of that sort on the other sideiI the Ohio to a queen 8taste tpf9P J REFUSING TO SUPPORT TAFT From every quarter of the nation reports are being sent to the daily press Of prominent Repblicans who refueto support Mr Taft for President Vari oiis causes are assigned for the break ing away Manyof the rebels give jas thai reason for taking up arms against Mr Taft that the platform up on Which he stands is too weak in some reIsfling to endICapt who it is said vas slated for the Postmas tership of the Capitol City ha desert ed the Republicans and is now dog battle for Mr Bryan He doesnt like th j Chicago platform He can no longer su port a party that brazonly and em intefidsto1trvr she rich pirates 9f the country Cart Tlfmasbelieves a long step backward- i taken when the Republican Na- tijna1 convention by a very decisive aria overwhelming vote refused to goon record as favoring the election of United States Senators byUirect vote of the people This in his opinion is ithinitIsThe United States Senate stands as ah impregnable barrier between tile people land needed reforms and so long as the election of Senators is entrusted ta State Legislaiures the people may expect to see theirrrights trampled beneath the feet of these servants of the i classes in conventions in nearly every State in the Union both of the great political parties have declared m favor of this reform and it was a shocking surprise to the peoplo throughout the whole country when the recent Republican National Convention by a vote of near ly nine to one refused to embody such a plank in its platform Democrats ware bewildered Republjcans were c lagrined It was the boldest sell out eyer recorded the most flagrant bid ever made by a political party for big campaign contributions We can not believe the Republican National con vention would have become guilty of such a scandalous thing had the leaders in that convention known that the rijasses of people are now more thor oughly educated than they were a few y rsago The farmer knows where his block is He only re c ntlywitne1se the killingpf a bill inI thev at Senate which had it become a law would have removed the unjust tax frcm tobacco1 and permitted him in a measure at least to cope with the heartless tobacco trust Tn the Lower House of Congress the bill was passed by a unanimous votes But wjr have digressed little from our theme Let us record other exd dUses of Republicans from their party A dispatch from Danville Va art nounces that Capt William H Rob ertson for thirty years a leader in the Republican party and who is now a Republican Presidential Elector frog the Fifth district comesotit in a letter repudiating Taft and announces his IJ t ntion to support Bryan Writing lothe New York Worr from Philadelphia Mr Ryerson W J nnings says nlshall vote for W J Bryan against aft First because of the tht two candidates were nominated Taft Vas nominated by the office holders4 Umjtrepublicans had had their voice in the matter Hughes would hav been their candidate today Bryan wal nominated by the people despite the bosses of his party ana whispered cajolery ot the monetary interests Second Because Of the platforms the republican and evasive saying one thing and meaning another ignoring the cry of th plam people and walking arm in armWIth the same influences that produced the panic with its consequent pinched times the dem ocratic outspoken and demanding the things ninetenths of thepeople of tins country are striving for and meaning every word it says Third The stand taken by the two candidates on the publicitvof campaign contributions The electors have a right to know in advance of the elec tion not afterwards what influences are at work electing the headof the country Fourth Because I like a man who is sure of himself Mr Taft goes to Oyster Bay to have his speech of ac ceptan e revised Can any one imagine Mr Bryan asking anyone to revise either his acceptance or inaugural speech FifthI want to see the people ru1II Mr Jennings is a Republican but his party platform is distasteful He fails tPzee in it naught but evasion and meaningless platitudes while in the Democratic platform he findshe things ninetenths of the peopleof his country are striving for Writing to the same paper from Hor nellNY a G R says Iam a republican by birth but 1 believe this fall people will vote for the BryanGodcrIsIS He is calling Mr Bryan for the high office of president in the present great crisis I have been impressed with the number of new voters vho will cast their flrst vote for the commoner I am glad that Hearst is not supporting Bryan as wouldonly weaken Mr Bryans chances In Ohio Indiana and New York and throughout the Middle West thousands of Republicans have left their party fqr the same reasons given above There is much significance in these desertions They are straws that tell which way the winds are bJowingcur DemocraticshipI It looks like a Bryan landslide BOOMERANGS It is unfortunate for Mr Taft that he was a Federal Judge atone time A Federal Judgeship means lifetenure in office and one who is possessed of such a magnificent luxury often becomes pompous and bigoted Whenever he feels like rebelling he puts conserva tism behind him and turns himself loose t like a mountain torrent He is his own freeagent He neither has to askof nor give anything to the people and from his mighty throne he can denounce the populace as fully and freely as his injured soul may desire He can damn the dedr people and all the dear people can do is stand up and be damnedIt that Mr W H Taft when hp was behind the Federal Judge bul wark cut himself loose upon several occasions and blazed away in such an emphatic manner that the earth trembled in and around Cincinnati He sent out darts in all directions little dreaming that they would become boomerangs Federal Judge Taft and he believed it would be thus to the end He had notevena remote desire to enter the ublime and entrancing arena of everyday politics but along came Teddy with his persuasive pow eFwith his prestochange tricks trying them upon this felow and the other fellow until Judge Taft saw the glory f it all vacated the bench and went into politics more or less as siduously But it was too late to take bkck or pull in and the boomerangs became as flashes of lightning from the lowering clouds The Glasgow Times sends this one sharppointed and sizzlingto Mr Taft gentleman from Cincinnati a res ident of that city and whose residence- is near that of Mr Taft stated publicly in the Murrell Hotel here last week that he heard W H Taft say in a speech in Music Hall Cincinnati that one dollar a day and plenty of fat meat toeat was enough for any vorking manHe further stated that while Taft was inclined to the Unitarian church He was an avowed and open infidel be l eving neither in a God nor aChrist Workingmen Christians Does Mr Taft represent you The Times stands ready to give the name of its informant on demand- If Mr Tatt said that one dollar a day and plenty of fat meat to eat is enough for any working man he shouloTreiterate eard announce that he does not want the votes of such people If he is an avowed and open infidel believing neither in a Gbd nor a Christ he should be btfried beneath millions of ballots anti at feast be convinced that there is a hell Harrodslpurg Herald Last Week Hon John B Thompson was in Chica go and dropped into theNational Dam ocratic headquarters and was present at a meeting of the committee whose duty it is to raise campaign funds Mr Thompson suggested that it might be done by arousing a competition among the difTerent counties in the State and by putting leading politicians in each county upon their mettle to see which would furnish the most sinews of war With that view and for the purpose of making Mercer county and her favorite sons the most prominenUm theState he with others has guaranteed that Mercer county would give 1000 to the National Campaign Fund The follow ing are the loyal Democrats who made the guarantee and deposited the 1000 in bank Hoh D L Moore150H-or R W Keenon 100 n C A Hardm 100 Judge W C Bell150J W Davenportt 100 Cash 100 J B Thompson SOQ I SSSSSSSS S1 SISISISISS PSSSS 4 I REMARKS 1 IW ITTEN FOR TUE SUN BY JIMMIE McRAY SsIsS SiSa 11 Editor SunlSome time ago I met you in the street in Springfield and asked you if contributions of general interest from my pen would be printed if sent to your paper You answered by saying the nature of my contri butions would determine their fitnessI for use in your olumns and suggested that I try an article adding if it finds its way intg JThe Sun that will be ant invite t n to try another Theref or I meekly and apprehensively mail to you today the unadulterated brand of stuff which comes from my pen when I an inclined to turn myself loose I shall make no attempt at literary style My rhetoric may not be the best in the world and in my grammar may be found some horrifying inaccuracies but I hope to make my expressions clear You will find in my sentences an abundance Adjectives Please do not disturb them Give them room and look upon them with kindly eyes In my opinion the adjective is a sqrt of vehicle that carries us contentedly and happily through hundreds of pages of matter that otherwise would be dull A COMMON SLANDERER jnot my intention to preach sermons or to press my advice upon the public but I hope I may be forgiven if I speak plainly to that class of gentlemen who are persistent in their deter mination to say mean things about the town or communities in which they live Every town has a few disgruntled fellovs who delight to adversely criti cise everything and everybody It never occurs to such people that they areIiving in a town that is infinitely befTer than they are It also seems never to occur to them that there is a wideopen exit thrpugh which they may pass and forever shake the dust of the good old town from their feet A vill age in Illinois had more than ah abun dance of this class of slanderers and decided to get rid of them or to at least seal their tongues The Mayor ordered this placard printed This town as a whole is better than any one man in it its a GOOD TOWN arid the man who says it is not is either a liar or a fonl If ypu hear anybody speaking in an evil tongue of this dear old place which was established by our forefathers please report to the May ors office and his name will be sert to every good citizen of the town whose duty it shall beto look upon the slanderer in contempt These placards were placed in all public places and it is needless to say that they produced most wonderful effect for good The individual who says mean things about the town or community in which he lives is usually of that class whose words are doubted by people who know him but when ho turns his bat teries of profanity loose in the presence of strangers and denounces his home town it leaves a bad impression and is often detrimental to the commercial in terests of the town A PRETTY COMPANIONSHIP There is one thing I have noticed all my life which may be of interest to the boys who are growing up around me I have never seen a boy come to a bad end who was his fathers companion A boy who likes his father well enough to associate with him likes him well enough to heed that fathers advice and a father seldom adviees a boy to do wrong I am now past fifty and I haven ver known a boy who enjoys a rOmp upon the lawn with his parent to stray very iar from righteous paths Boys who love the companionship of their fathers are very careful not to do those things vhich will destroy the fathers trust and admiration It occurs to me that there is no safer way for a parent to reaY a boy than to play leap frog marbles checkers hidespy andall other innocent games with the boy Go hunting and fishing with him Take the boy into your confidence tell him little business secrets and show him that you are not only his parent but his friend Nine times out of ten the boy would suffer the loss of an arm before he would become guilty of any great breech of trust Whenever I hear of the rapid rise of a young man always say to myself His daddy romped with him played leap frder and marbles and went hunting and fishing with him Drive a boy to Sunday school and growl at him when he comes home and it wont be long till the police court wilr call upon you to pay afine A READING PEOPLE 1 some times make little trips to various sections of the county and I always find a greatdeal of pleasuoe in meeting and talking to the people It is surprising to note the increase in the circulation of newspapers and perl dials over previous years It matters not how poor a man may be you can always find two or three newspapers in his home Talk with him a little while and you will discover that he is well posted He understands how the trusts Wd t of the country are robbing the people he sees their methods and he knows that they are not just In my opinion the education of the masses will ulti mately mean the destruction ot these unholy alliances of capital It lies with destroyIand I am sufficiently optimistic to be lieve that the day for the cleansing of tour fountain heads is almost at hand It is no easy matter to prevent the pur loinings of a sneak thief He does his work under cover and stealthily glides away in the shadows of night But we ought to be able to stop the fellow who runs his hand into our pockets and steals from us while we are watching him HAGANS JOKES IEvery time 1 come to town I always go to see Fred Hagan and he tells me- a lot of good jokes I some times repeat these jokes to Dr Ray but nine times out of ten he says I have heard jt before its one of Fred Hagans yarns There is a wealth offun in a wholesome clean yarn and while it is not possible for me to haha over even the funniest and most ridiculous things no one enjoys a good enecdote more than I A real good story keeps me smiling for two or three hours and smiling is a most excellent tonic Some body has said HA smile is a mountain upon which the soul Sits and views the beauties of the worJThere is much truth in that sentence Actual experi ence teaches me that happiness to a- very great degree is cultIvated There fore feeling badly is often caused by our positive refusal to feel good pleasureII have been friends for a long time and I have seen him out of humor very few times He looks for sunshine and finds much of the pretty light of life God Almighty must be wellpleased with men of that nature because they do so much to promote His Kingdom upon earth r A BRYAN LANDSLIDE I was in Willisburg not long ago and enjoyed quite a little time in conversation with my friend Dr Hyatt The Doctor suffers now and then of rheumatism but says the thought that Bryan will be elected next fall relieves him of much of the excruciating pain usually produced by inflammatory rheumatism He predicts a Bryan landslide 1 feel andlamItwo days jollification it will be worth our time for it will be the begirtning of the end of centralized government JJ He asked me if I intended to vote Democratic this year 1told him that I had never failed to vote for Bryan and that at this tile I felt it my duty to do all I could for the Democratic ticket Mr Bryan and his platform appeal to me in a forcible manner Besides hebhristian character of the Democratic candidate is so prettyand grows prettier as he grows older that I am constrained to sincerely admire him Mr Bryan is a strong Christian he is leyelheaded he is honest to a and I firmly believe he wouldmake the natin a great Pres ident A QUERY BOX rIf this letter escapes the destruction ot the waste basket I will send ana other My boys look after the farm therefore I now have many spare mo elpIanswer as best I ban ajl questions sent to Mimmie McRay care of The Sun Springfield Ky Now that is not my real name it is my pen and pencil name My real name will never be known if the editor ot The Sun keeps hlspromIs tome not to divulge it Candidates for county office will soon be in the bushes and it is my desire ifiwaysI myIto say to Qne I am too busy td talk to you In my front yard isa nice shade tree under which I will be pleased to entertain all candidates- as best 1 can and while I may make no promises it will be very pleasing to hear candidates tell of promises they have received from other folks Yours truly JlMMIE MCRAY for Sore teet I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abra sions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper thing too for piles Try it Sold under guar antee at Haydon RoBertson drugstore 25c The Western Kentucky I State Normal The Fall Session opens Sept 8 190 Eligible persons are entitled to free instruction J The institution bffers special courses of study to thos4 persons who are preparing to enter the teaching profession Full information furnished on application Address fl H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 1IMarried This MdrningIJ Mr James Perkins and Miss Lula Stella Royalty of Mooresville were married this morning at the Methodist parsonage by Rev Lyon The young people are prominent in their section Bnd have numerous friends who extend congratulations Enter School The Western Normal of Bowling Green offers young people desiring aa education unexcelled advantages Cata log giving full information free Ad H H Cherry Bowling Green rs YkDied At Tathami t Mr David Beall a prominent citizen of Beard Ky died atTatham Springs last Saturday morning of cancer of the stomach He had been at the Spnnga about three weeks He grew suddenly worse a few days ago and was unable to leave for his home Two daughters were with him at the time of his death The body was buried at Shelbyville Death of an Aged Man Mr Timp Keeling aged about 75 died at Willisbqrg last Saturday Her had been in bad health for some timer and his death had been expecfed for several days He leaves no family Death of D C Thompson Mr D C Thompson a well knowik and aged citizen of the Willisburg sec tion died at his home last Friday morning of inflammation of the bowels He is survived by a wife and several chil dren all of whom have the sympath of the people in their bereavement The deceased was liked by all who knew him and his death has caused much sorrow in the community where he resided He was about 80 years old Death at Pottsvilie J fr w i1iIMiss Sadie Harmon died atthe Homef sectioISaturday was interred Sunday afternoon at S oclock in the Bethleham cemetery The mother has the sympathy of all iris her bereavementI li r T Death of An Infant cf An infant of Mr and Mrs Wilt Wood died at St Rose aturday and its body was interred iiKthe cemetery at that place on Sunday Mr andMrsv Wood have the sympathy bf airintheir bereavement BUS Farm t Mr J D Burns bo g1t the farm jofT Mr J R Durrett near town Monday paying for it7750 per acre The farm contains 101 acres Mr Durrett will probably buy a place in or near town Resolutions Winchester Ky Aug 20 1908 1he Committee on raising a 1909 croiof tobacco reported as follows We your Committee desire to offer the following resolution That Whereas this Society has so far succeeded that most all its mem bers are well pleased with the present way of managing the business and Whereas we have sold 39000 out of 52000 hogsheads and whereas we have applications now filed in our office for at least one half of the 1907 crop that is applications for a chance at it and Whereas the annual election takes place arly in October we do not feel that we have a right to dictate what should or should not be done with the t 1909 crop at the same time we feel it our duty in order not to haves too much confusion in the Burley District to recommend to each member or person desiring to become a member that it would be better for each member in the event he desires to rent his land for the purpose of growing 1909 tobac co to provide in hs contract that said tobacco shall be subject to the control restriction or any other regulation that the management otthe Burley Society after the October election 1908 shall propose for the best interest of its members The SUNlcnj1 T a II jioI ct TjHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1908 5 r Ii SsS SSSSSaS SIS1SIS- H ADVANCE SNOWING O- FHFaIIStyIesHtL H In LadiesSuits q and H Separate Skirts WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A GOOD SIZE SHIPMENT THE CELEBR- ATEDlrlrPALiIIER GARMENTS This wellknown make has never failed to attract favorable notice from all Women vho appreciate Good Clothes it a REASONABLE COSTl COME ILOOK AYTHEM ANDJaY THEM ON f REMEMBER iflyou fail to find ur i=elinth lot we have just received we will gladly Take your measure and have one Made at they Factory For You SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We show Cloth Samples of over 209 styles in Ladies and Misses Suits and skirts t W wish to announce the arrival of a Newest let in Mens and Boys ieand bats II TrJnKsand Suit Cass The ROBERTSON = CLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED rGr IlIII Dr1G T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain iI CROWN WORK A SPECIALLY All Denial Work Stricter First t ijKyOffice is Local News Notes i V fOR SAbEA good second hand bug ONgyGo to Grundy McIntires to get your trunks suit cases handbags etc Full line at reasonable prices j PUBLIC SAT0n Saturday I Sept 12 the household and kitchen fii niture- of Nancy Harmon will De sold atpublic auction at her home near Jensoriton ryou r want to beautify your homes get some of Grundy and M I tires rugs 1flTexas Ky Aug 19 1908 After cooking on a Home Comfort Range 6 years I am in a position to recpnimend them They have no equal for Baking and all kinds of cooking As ucH I themj f MRS R L Pun OM Rev ru WLyon will fill h s pulpit at the Methodist church xtIDdayl morning and night f o The Washington County arl11s stitute will be held at Springfield KyI in the Court Housp Wednesday and Thursday September 2 and 3 19j8 un der the auspices of the State Depart J went of Agriculture Dont miss the evening session Wednesday September 2 at 730 Mr Lowell Rouaebush will deliver his celebrated lecture UnCle Sams Land of the Midnight Sun h Ladies especially invited Texas Ky Aug 18 1908I hough a Home Comfort several ago and I have never regrette4It imoved to Indian Territory and I Carried the Home Comfort with me and brought it back to this county when I tj came back 100 would not buy my Range if I could not get another one Thats what I think of the Horn Com fort Respectfully MRS J 0 THOMPSON i LOCUS GROVES Mrs Sue Roses and daughter and Miss Ollie Houtchms of Harrodsburg have returned home atter a visit with this family of A L LitseyJ Mr Russell Thompson and wife of Lagrange spent last week with Will Merritt and wife and are spending this week with Dr and Mrs Smock at t Springfield Miss Nannie teach ap of Louisville visiting the family of J S Leach man Miss oSe Edgerton attended a house party lat week given by Miss Sue Reed of he Ridge Mesdafr es Nannie Bobbitt of Lebanon and Nellie Robertson of Hunting ton Vaite spending a week with Mr l and Mrs A L Litsey Mrs Ixla Wells and Bell Birch were guests one day last week of Mrs Ed Birch Mr arid Mrs John Tichenor of Bardstovvi spent several days lastI week Wi h Mr and Mrs J S Leach i vMr Tom Baker wife and daughters attended church at Kockbridge Saturday nighi Mr Hugh Leachman accompanied Ijav Miss Bertha Edgerton was inI Springfield Saturday Born to the WIfe of Will Thompson on the 14th a ten pound bOY Mr Henry Reed andwife sp nt Sat urday and Sunday with Will Fitz and wife near Springfield Texas Ky Aug 19 19Q8 The Home Comfort R ngkhas the right namer know fr m experience wliat they areand not hearsay as i have been cpoking on on fpr several years countrySPARROW hateWe been having some very weather for the pas ewdaysA hotI power would note out of coal the dir Corn and tobacco look very prosper yieldsThe abutments and fills for the new bridge across Beaver Creek at Lick skillet are about completed Prof Wash gave his pupils a vaca tion last Friday that all might attend the fair at Lawrericebarg Mrs R N Morgan spent last Thurs day with her mother at this place J D Sutherland and wife of Syca e a e a more Valley spent from Friday until un Jay with the latters parents atI this place M ssrs Hughes and Wickham of weekIhogs k Smith sold to Chas Stinnett ITtter calt for 16 M Crdssfield sold to W R Sar gracy one steer calf for 13 WL C Cammack wife and little daughter and J D Sutherlandand wifd CiB umfieTd Ky Aug 19 190SI1 bought a Home Comfort 23 new1one1is m use can reconmend the Home Comfort as have use two of them J N ISHAM AN Day Meeting a RiV Eversole conducted an all day meeting at Mt Zion Sunday delivering fan interesting sermon to the large- crop rd at 11 a m after which all par took of the bountiful dinner that was furrished by thq good ladies of that section IT the afternoon another as scrmonJ1 delivered by the pastor in whi hi he set forth in a forcible w y the duties of the church officers and members of the church Persons from all sections of the coun ty ttended and all left in the after noon much benefited by the days exer ciseJ Pleasant Occasion r0 last Thursday evening Mss OIlie Graand sisters entertained a namber r ne occasion was one of much pleasure ideed Iere were about fortyfive persons res nt and everyone enjoyed the evening to the utmost The music furnished by Misses Ollie Uraj organist Willie Ruby anc Mattie Brovm guitars and Messrs Homer es guitar and Fred Suterland Violinist was a treat A G EST Springfield Ky Aug 24 190 This is to certify that I have been using a Honie Comfort Range for 14 years an it has always given good satisfaction 1 have never spent one cent for and Range is in perfect condition nOw- and will last many years yet t H E CASE torr i QaaD ao paDQaaa 0- Q Personal Notes ii DQVisitors In and Out of Town A Q Round Up ofthe Weeks n Personal News S a QQDDQaDD DQOQ Miss Jane Mclntire of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs J W iRiedel MissjEJhzabeth Haydon is the guest of1er sister Tom Spaldingat Bardstown Miss Flora Mudd is visiting1 riela tivesjn New Haven 4Mrs Margaret Moreland of Lout ville is visiting relatives here jMiss Bayless McClosky has re to her home in Louisville after a visit to Miss Katherine Russell 1iMr and Mrs J C Shader and son J q Jr are at St Marys today MISS Mary Mpffett of Lebanon visited Miss Mary Lampton this week Mr Hubert Claybrooke jof Scotts boro Ala arrived Snnday to spend a few days with his parents and other relatives Mrs Claybrooke and children have been here for several da sIMr and JE Butler of New Ala have returned home after a visit to their daughter Mrs W D Glayj brooke LOUiSIyille Mr Hubert Claybrooke of Scott boro Ala is spending a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs J R Clay brooke near town Mrs Fred Hagan has returned from a several weeks stay at Griffin Springs Mr Wathen Simms and 14issFlaget Simms have returned froth a visit to their uncle Mr Richard Wathen at t Bardstown Junction Miss Omea Irvine has returned to her home in Louisyille after a visit to Miss Nell Greene Mrs Carlisle Clelland andbaby1 of Middlesborp are visiting her father Mr J F Gregory Mrs Teresa Hagan and daughter Miss Margaret and Mr Wm Wathen and Wife spent Sunday in Lebanon with Mr Jim McAtee Miss Maggie Carrico who has been taking a course in bookkeeping in Lou isville has returned home and has ac cepted a position with Mr JL Bar ber Mr Clarence Adams of Grundy Home is spending a week in Indian iapolis Ilr Ben Medley of 0yensboro is his parents Mr and Mrs G E Medley fl Miss Mabel Price will leave the first of next week for Bloomfield where she has accepted a position Mrs M W Hyatt and sons are visiting relatives in Bloomfleid Misses Lulie Campbell and Kate Mayes returned Monday after a weeks stay at Griffin Springs Mrs Mary Weisen and daughter who have been spending the summer withrMr and Mrs Walter Leachman returned to their home in Louisville Saturday 9 Mr and Mrs S H Bishop visited relatives at Mt Zion Sunday Mrs Win Hatfield of Louisville is visiting relatives near Mt Zion this week Miss Margaret Goatley and broth er of Valley Hill Visited relatives in towiirSaturday Miss Lillian McClain is visiting relatives in Shepherdsyille this week Miss Della Virgin returned to her home at Maud Friday after a weeks yisit to Mrs Barkftv Miss Bertha Miller returned to her home at New Hope Friday after a ten days visit to her sister Mrs W F Trusty Miss Jennie C6kendolpher of Chap lin has been Visiting hoer sister Mrs W F Grig sby during the past two week =Miss Marie Leachman of Louis ville is visiting relatives near Hillsboro this week Misrs Smith of Louisville were in town Fri dayi IM Ernest Goatley of Valley Hill ffiends in town Thursday and Friday =Mrs jWillas McKee of Bloomfield attended the Teachers Institute here last week Dr M W Hyatt Mr John Shuck McElroy Sr Mrs Lula Kelly Miss Parrott and Miss Anna J Simms are at Martinsyille Indiana tor ten days anafamily visited Mr Jack Beam Saturday Sundays Mr and Mrs A L Jenkins after a visit to the family of Mr G D Dun can are visiting in Nelson county r lr4 c tt i r- JiI I will offer for sale to the highest bidder my farm l+ one mile west of Springfield ky on t Wednesday September 9J08 tOCLOCK P M 1t2This farr s277 acres and one of the best ilocated farms In the county clDse to churches of all de nomInatrons and schools It has a new 18 acre tobacco barn new stock barn corn crib and machine shed good small dwelling plenty ot never failing stock watervz 225 Acres Now in Blue Grass Orchard Grass and Meadow The etirefarm will grow fine tobacco The farm can be di vidgdrsa as to make two farms giving each a frontage on good i pike Terms easy and will be made known on day of sale to tale place on farm Anyone desiring to buf a farm cannotSalegW Lh ford M to let this opportunity pass them LTt McElROY Springfield Kyi t4iDR W V STALLARDDDbI SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTEDWITHOUT Pain or Danger All firstWrkI jnsfcns advertised GUARANTEED tttOvor lUJcBlPoy Shaders Grocery S3 Misses Naomi and Anna Day Smithof Butler MOwiII arrive this evening to visit their aunt Mrs S B Thompson and Mrs T C Campbell Judge W E Selecman and family spent Sunday in Lebanon with their daughter Mrs R Carl Litsey Mr W C McChordJr returned home Monday night alter a trip to Niagara Falls andCanada Dr W F Trusty and family spent- Sunday in New Hope Messrs E N Hundley and T KI Estes ot Lebanon were in town Mon day Miss Maggie Goatley of Valley Hill is the guest of Mrs W F Moran this week Mrs W N Foster and children who have been visi ng her parent Mr and Mrs M Reedat Valley Hill during the past two weeks returned to their home in Louisville Sunday Miss Nellie Roberts is visiting Miss Sue Anna Hayes at Mt Zion this week Dr Glenn Wood of liouisville is spending a few days here Miss Willie Knott is in Cincinnati this week buying fall millinery Mrs Kate Williams and children have returned from a trip to Indian ors Cincinnati and Louisville apII IMr JE and Will Thompson of Pittsburg Penn are here to spend al few days with friends and relatives Misses Emma and Litsey Adams of Harrodsburg are visiting relatives here Miss Stella Simms is visiting friends and relatives in Pittsburgh Penrfr t Mr and Mrs Robert Watson of Louisville are guests of Mr and Mrs W E Leachman i Dr Chas Edelen and Mr James Edelenj of Louisville are spending a1 few days with relatives here Mrs W H Osborne of Rineyville is visiting her sister Mrs CH Mcln tire Mr and Mrs Jeff Settles of Maud and Mis Pearl Goatley of Valley Hill have returned after an extended visit to Niagara Falls Toronto Buffalo and other points of interest iri the lake region Mrs Margaret Bettis and Miss Hadgie Brown have returned from Tat ham Springs Horace Carrico and Miss Blanche Carried of Athertonville af tQra visit at the home of Mr G T Clements have ret rned home Misses Mary a id Catherine Spald inghave returnee to their home in Bardstown after tvisit to their grand parents Mr and Mrs BenHaydoh Mrs has Noeiand daughter Miss Lucilleare at Tatham Springs Mr Hamilton Merrimee and Miss Maria Merrimee have returned to their home in Louisville after a visit to the family of Mr Ben ay nj fMiss Monnie Cunningham ofSt Louis is the guest of her upclij Mr 1 Andrew Cunningham and family + Miss Bessie Roberts has retirnea frobxa weeks stay at Tatham Springs LMiss Mae Bell Gibbs is visiting 1 friends and relatives in Shelbyvil e and Harrodsburg =Miss Dora Guetig of Louisville ia the guest of Miss Katie Hertlein +Mr and Mrs S C Mc illspent a few days this week in Fairfield with Mr Ralph Hagan and family Miss Katie Hertlein entertained a f 6 oclock dinner Tuesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Guetig of Louisville Those present were Misses r Dora Guetig Annie Latimer Lizzie Waters Lucy Selecman and Lydia Me Elroy yMr T W Simms Sr and Miss Margaret Spalding are ta French Lick Springs v Misses Mary Sallie Carrico and Emma Nunan will leaye Thursday for a weeks stay at Cr Orchard Dr and Mrs C K Crawford who = have been guests of Mrs J I Martin have returned to Louisville MrSM 0 px and son and Mrs Lettie Webb of Louisville are guests of Mr and f Mrs MaftinMrs S Kesler of Ash ofkr I Ms Martin Mrs Kate JA Martinis visiting herson J I MartinMisses Nan and Jane Crawford who have spenirthe summer with Mrs Martin will leave for Louisville the last of the week and will sail the first of Septem ber with their parents for Europe The best shoes in the world for ladies misses boys and men at Grundy Mclntires Why James Lee Got Well Everybody in Zanesyille 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband James Lee firm ly belieyes lie owes hjs life to the usei of Drt Kin allungs were so consumption seemed inevitable when a friend rbcomttiended NeK Ulscove- ryWellwiit and its us has restored KingsNewandi lung remedies For coughs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try its Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drugstores 50c and 100 Trial bottle free j Public Sale r Of House and Lot on Saturday August 29Ol Sale to Begiu at 2 pmAT TEXAS KY s- Having decided to iaveTexas I will offer my house andlot fa sale to te highest on the above date House has one large room shelving and counters suitable for general store droKj store or any kind of busInesstwo Hying rooms and porch iu rea good small barn coal house etc Lot contains onehalf j1M s land 15 fruit trees and good garden fv This is a Good Business Stand 05 Desirable Residence Property TERMS V J Onel1alfcash balance jn twelve months Lien retained on land- to secure payment oi unpaid purchase money MRSllP F II t f l 11 I t triia t TjHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1908 fI i Ie 1t t i B j lI I 05 it l IWjI 1 t tIC I arson I a Property t 3 I I ok9I1r partnershipLei To will sell to the highest Bidder beginning promptl- yAT100CLOCKAMV f f i if J t t 1 1 J J I lOn I H Thurmans Farm at Springfield Ky the following II r 3 Ir l i Fifteen mead of Work mules t j c Including a pair 16 14 hand twoyear old mare mules and a yearling horse mule good enough to go to the State Fair withr 1 i i A Splendid Lot otBROOD MARES COLTS and I FILLIESX 7 f r Including one very fmelare in foal to great rse Bourbon King three head of Registered Saddle Mares and Fillies and f i one Registered Saddle Colt by Red Bird out of mare by Joel 2nd dam by Chester Dare 10if TenH of Registered Angus v emltlesand7TWOYOUngbI IIS i The females dare K Prides Prides Ruths and one of the bulls is a Trojan Erica arid the other a Ruth no better breeding in the world I G 4 than tese cows and bulls and every one is a choke individual J J r I t q A few Head ofJersey Cows lgood 15 montH JacK molt IfFOUR FINE JENNETS 1 in foal to Richard Durhams fine Jack and 2 bred to Dr McChord c 50 pod ewes v rJOO Stock Hogs One hundred tons of good Clover and Timothy Kay jJ 1 t v j llFarming Implements ofall Sortsi Most of Them Practically New i I 14 x i J i THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE and WE GUARANTEE THAT THEREJj 1c SHALL BE NO RESERVATION NOR BYBIDDING OF ANY SORT t f TERMS Ii teIIrermsI LUNCH ON THE GROUND h i I I f i Lr I f 7 J i J J J rr r j 1 1 BROWN HUR NEr r LII Auctioneers T DM ENGLISH and S M CAMPBELLt I It i f J lL c tijt1 I j r4 f i r i l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN W1rINNFSDAYtJ f 0 a TKeRandXYTof ATERTIiNfi A ERIES OF TEN TALKS ON AADVERTJSINONwritten by Seymour Eaton 0 I TheIr newspaper nas the least power to sell goods usually makes the louUest shout about circulation Don1 skip around from one newspaper to another rSuccess in advertising comeshammering away at the same crowd rPickont the newspaper which has the kind of readers you want for customers and then stick When you get things going keep your head A lineup of canvassers from competitive newspapers will call on you immediately and show you by a process of arith metic or it may be of geography that they can give youi1twice the circulation at half the price that whoever advised you didnt know what he was talking about that if the paper your advertisement is in actually pays you theirnew ajmillionaire They are all nice fellows and put up good lunches r thatiygprradvertisement is the prettiest n he ever saw tyo r store is a perfect gem But don t Yofu cant afford it at least not unless you have sufficient y advertising appropriation to keep copy maU the newspapers continuously r t An eighthinch advertisement in nen wspaperI Will bring much bigger results than a twoinch adver fismentin four newspapers If you advertise your store to a hundred and fifty thousand people you canisafely bank on the fact that in due time everybody will hear about you People have away of passing along good news The fact that your advertisement appears con tinuously iii a reputable newspaper stimulates public confidence Your sho advances step by step in the 1 estimatipn oftens of thousands of people who may be i months getting around to make their first purchase t You can talk tor hundred and fifty thousand people any day of week through a metropolitan newspaper and make t Y our talk as personal as you wish You need not mploy an interpreter or use a megaphone Simply talk Thats all Be sincere about it Let your words ring true The people will listen They like it t j Spend thousands a year on rent and electriclighti and experienced salesmen and then squeeze out a niggardly hundred or two on advertising on telling the people that you have the store and the goods and the salesmen all hanging around waiting A retail I shop that spends 5 OPO a year on rent ought at the very lowest estimate pend 10OOQrear ojn adver tising Your advertising is not a thing apart from your enterprise It is your enterprise a contagion which you yourself create and which if thoroughly spread is as enduring as the everlasting hills tf 0 Copyright 100 by Tribune Comp n v Chicago EEEEEEEEEEElsEfrEEEEc EtEeF r E E =c rErfrEEEE icE1rEEE EEEIr 4f ic m TO THE FARMERS Of WASHINGTON COUNTY iv Ii fl fillR BRYAN HAS ckLLED UPON THE FARMERS of m i the nation for contributions to the campaign fund and n 1tasthp farmers of Washington cOunty have always been m found in the front ranks battling for just causes bat i jjthemy mean the destruction of those vampireinterests which JJ have jjiW mean t 1C IC3LWJOLHJ11 J1 iifnvo vvy ui it i mean T that exclusive privileges vill no longer be granted from the J gTheMr BrVant refuses to aslLor accept contributions from cor poratio s The fight for the supremacy of Democracy is to jjj ti be UlclUC and paid for uj the great viniiivii Pifeople T There iare hundreds of farmers of Washington w can jjFilltribution to The Sun r zTiY T EDITOR SUN m w j m Ii Enclosed find y confribution to Bryan W 1mCampaign Fund 4 T fS W I m fame T AirmJ M 4 ty the amount received will be turned over toJudge W E Selecmab who will n mailiy receipt to contnbutor M 3 3 3 3 3 p THE SUN S2 SHINES FOR =00 r tt PREMIUM LIST I Of TUEIWashington County Juvenile Fair Association TO BE HELD AT THE FAIR GROUNDS AT SPRINGFIELD SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1908 OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION I V DOWNING ROBERTSON PRESIDENT I II II VICEPRESIDENTS 2 ISAFAHRICKETS BOULWARE SECRETARY AND TREASURER II a DIRECTORS ELEANOR REED RUCIE MJLLER DELLA RAY GREGORY CATHARINE GORE LOTTIE SIMMS MARGARET JONES MARGARET SIMMS r BOBBIE SHULTZ GARLAND WH ARTON RAY THURMAN CHAS J HAYDON Jr ROGER MARTIN ROBERT MCELROY BOOKER ROBERTSON McMAKIN U3ACHMAN L A BARBER RULEAII ExhibitorsMust be Under Sixteen Years of Age j ENTRIES FREE Children I5c Adults 25c IAdmission r f TI ttProgram V CLASS A- CommitteeSarah ONan and Eleanor Reed 1 Special premium by J W Jarboe Co pest white cake made from their flour 100 2 Best halfdozen Biscuits 100 3 Special premium by Mackville Farmers Bank capital stock 1500000 surplus 1900 00 Ribbon Cake 100 CLASS B f CommitteeMay Mayes Louise Tucker and Rucle Miller 4 Special premium by McElroy Shader Groceries Best Dressed Doll 100 5 Best Hemstitched Handkerchief 10Q 6 Best Worked halfdozen Button Holes 100 7 prettiest Pin Cushion 100 CICommitteeDella Ray Gregory Margaret Jones ind Catharine Gore 8 Hand Bouquetr 100 9 Display of Cut Flowers A vl 100 10 Special premium by Katie Hertlein BroiConfectionary and Bakery V Bouquet of Roses 100 11 Best naifdozen Tomatoes t vt10012 Best halfdozen Ears Corn 100 13 Best Plate of Grapes Si SlUO CLASS DSi CommitteeLottie Simms and Margaret iSimras 14 Special premium by Ed M Russell Jeweler Pair Brown Leghorn Bantams any age 100 15 Special premium by G D Robertson Co Hardware arid Groceries Pair White Bantams any age J 100 16 Pair Brown Leghorn Chickens any age J v r10017 Pair Game Chickens any age 100 18Pair Rhode Island Reds any age UJvy 1 00 19 Pair Barred Plymouth Rocks any age + 100 20 Pair Buff Urpingtons any age t 100 21 Special premium by C W Homan Co Poultry and sbestDozen Eggs 100 li22 Pair Pekm Ducks L A 1 00 23 Special premium by Leachman Campbell Furniture Pair Indian Runner Ducks 100 24 Special premium by Hagari Bros Groceries pair Homing Pigeons 100 25 Special premium by Red Cross Dug Store Best Pair Common Pigeons100 March around thr1g by the Children of the Association CLASS E ft Committee Garland Wharton Ray Thurman and iMcMackin Leachman 26 Special premIUm by L Gregory theWire Fence Man Best Goat 1 0o27 Special premium by Wharton Tapp underrone year old J 100 28 Best Dog any age to be driven in harness styleand action to be considered 100 to first 50c to second 150 29 Best Jersey Calf under one year old 100 first tpc second15030J Best Shorthorn Calf under one year old 100 50c Qecond1150i3- 1i1jSpecial premium by Haydon Robertson Druggists Foot Race around big track 250 first 150 second 100 third 500 AftERNOON L j CLASS FkkMcElroyI132 Best Stick Horse Rider two years old and under four 100 first 50c L second 150 33 Best Stick Horse Rider four years old and under nine 100 first 50c second 3to 150 34 Best Boy Rider 100 first 50c second 150 i3p Best Girl Rider under ten years 100 first 50c second It 150 36 Best Girl Rider over ten years 100 first 50csecondh 150 CLASS G commItteeRoger Martin and Booker Robertson 37 Special premium by Boblitt Bishop Livery and Feed Stable Fancy Turnout decorations pony and occupants to be considered 350 first 150 second 500 38 Special premium by Dr Barnetf Mackville Ky Saddle Pony any age 150 first 100 second 250 39 Special premium by Shultz Riedel Hardware and Plumbing Harness Pony any age 150 first 100 second250t-0 Special premium by Geo J Begemann Manufacturer of HomeMade Harness Boys Saddles and Bridles a specialty Best Combined Pony Ring Set of Harness to first 109 to second vLQQ j r 1 nj j i rf 1 eun + y Ssw nx rnfrya1 pwiM it 4 41 wagon tfJh42 Special premium by First National Bank Worst Turnout 150 first SOc second 2Ot GLASS CommitteeBobbie Shultz Downing iRobertsorrandL AT Barber j u 43 Sack Race 100 first SOcpJ 44 Most Graceful Couple to walk around ring 200 first L00 secphd3ob 45 Special premium by J4 E Harmon General Merchandise Mackvjlle Ky Most Awkward Couple to walk around Ving 2first X second 001r 46 threefeetered 100 first 50c second 15o t 47 Blind Folded Contest 48 spe lTrackt t WILLISBURG Revs Sims and Stout who haye been holding a series of meetings at this place now at R budge will preach at this place n xttSimaaymorning the 30tht at 10 oclock The object of the meeting is to take steps toward build ing a Baptist church at this place All Baptist people who are interested in this work are requested tq be present and all others who feel interested m this enterprise are requested to attend Mr D C Thompson age 76 years dyed at his home near Pulliam Friday the 21st of dropsy The remains were interred in the cemetery here the fol lowing day Mr John Shewmaker died at his home in the Pleasant Run neighbor hood last Sunday morning the 23rd aged 73 years Interment in the cemetery here the following day by the Ma sonic Fraternity Mr Tim Keeling aged 70 years died at the hom4 ot his soninlaw near this place on the 22nd Interment at St Rose These men haye been former citizens of this locality for a number of years The community extends condolence to the bereaved ones Mrand Mrs Everett Keeling spen Saturday and Sunday at the home ot Mr Wm Colvin near Fairview Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shirley spent Friday last with their sister Mrs EJ Pinkston at Beechland Mr H H Greenwood and wife of Louisville are visiting relatiyes at this place Mrs John SeSrcy and daughter Louise of New Mexico are visiting her father Mr Thos Reed Beautys Age How to lengthen life and beautify the body is a constantly growing pre womenlwilltheir personal beauty will soon be 40 and famous examples such as those of Cleopatra who was over 30 when Marc Anthony placed his victories at her feet of Diane de Poitiers who reached the acme of her charms at 4Qj reIgarded L Riches and Happiness j Riches says one of our contev porarles do not bring happiness I However they are more effective that J 1tot J 500000Prize J Can You Solve It 1 f The Celebrate 15 Puzzle I ti16 r 5 tI 4 Take any of the numbers 1 Z 2 4 5 6 7 89 and plaeeinthe nine squares on this or a separate sheet ofpaper so that any way it is read it will make 15 The same number cannot be used more than once Every persoiLsending incorrect solution will be entitled to share in a grand distribution of cash yalue prizes amounting to 5000 1 and to each person a song booktcontaining 50 old favorite songs with words and musicpWinners will be notified by mail only Cut this out and sends your so lution of puzzle name and address to MontenegroRiehni Music Co INCORPORATED 628 and 630 Fourth Avenue ft LOUISVILLE KY 25 I L- jDoYou Want a SMALL FARM ++ LOOK AT L THESE 13x8O8H83 Cheaper Than You Can Build a House No rot 60 acres 3 miles from Springjfield on good pike good 5 room stock barn good orchard all under good fence One fourth mile from school and one mile from church Price 180Q No 02 49 acres 3 miles from Springfield onehalf mile from pike 6 room dwelling smallstock barn plenty of locusts good fence all in grass plenty of water Price 1200 The Real Estate M B D LAKE SPRINGFIELD KY n nWo1Joo000opooooco Fire Lightning Tornado t = =Windstorm == === IS YOUR INSURANCE ABOUT TO EXPIRE 3 TI If so drop usa card and we will come to see you and Save you 1 From 20 to 40 pr cent on your premium 8 If you are without Insurance you are taking a rreat risk asdur f gmg this season of the year fires are more frequent on account oftdry weather tJfWe make specialty of Tobacco Barns and Traced and give short rates on Tobacco li I Dr Smock J W Bushi I 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000c0000 d it f i c id r I J t i 2 hTHESPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY AUGUST 26 1908 i 1 I 0 The BardstOw Faidthe Oljf Reliable Nelson C unty Fair will be Held at Bardstown Ky MEPNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDA Y AND SATURDAYt L d tf = t SEP 2 5 08Jt HERE WILL BE FOUR DAYS FULL OF AMUSEMENT AND PLEASURE A The Fair Grounds are ttte most beautiful of the State and the Fair is one of the BEST There will be besides Fine Stock and Exhibits many special attractions such as a BALLOON ASCENSION EACH DAY OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST DRAG RAC Srnd other novel special attractions PLENTY TO EAT and DRINK and verything done to make the visitor enjoy himself Iv v Vv If r II For Further Information Address the Secretary Bardstown Ky fA gfA SPECIAlTRAIN On Thursday Friday and Saturday of the Bardstowfl Fair will be run from Springfield to the Fair leaving Springfield at 1015 and re turning l leaving Bar stown at 606 in the evening A cheap rate of ONE FARE plus 25 cents has been given by the railroad t f iT 11 I I t I FARMERS lContributing to the Democratic if t Campaign Fund iHarrodsburg Herald Mr Howard 3j6rsythe is a Democrat of the right sprti On Saturday he came into the Herald office and gave us 25 to send to the Democratic campaign fund Mr Eorsythe isa great admirer of the great Commoner and says he dont see- how he can spend his money in a better way than to help elect W J Bryan He sized the situation up correctly when he said that the money for Dem ocratic campaign expenses must come from the great common people the laboring people and the farmers for those who have amassed immense for ttunes at the expense of the farmers and the laboring men of the country will furnish to the Republican cam paign managers the sinews 0f war in abundance Two other gentlemen dropped in and left 5 each for the same purpose and still another gentle man SI which have been forwarded by the Herald to the campaign committee Any others who desire to leave money for this purpose may doso and it will be promptly attended tdr Need Cotton Hand Looms The revival of the cotton hand loom is thought to be the solution of the question of the industrial regeneration of India This year there were spun 213057584 pounds of cotton a falling off of more than 14000000 pounds but 254284V745This has been due to the great in crease In the number of hand looms in use The Sun And Courier Journal 160 A Mild Laxative ForBabys Bowels Doctor Points Out Darigers of PlUs and Cathartics Salts purgatives and violent cathar tics are dangeroutf when given babies wellknghen medicines containing narcotics for stomach or bowel troubles heedthIsof Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for baby thejfamllypleasanttochronic constipation and dyspepsia of many years standing and y tls harm v less for a baby as many a happy mother c can testify It brings natural dally move 7 ments sweetens the stomach aids di gestion and stimulates the torpid liver to proper action The children like It Lafo Weathers the popular hotel man in In dlanapolls says The children like it we all use It and would riot be without it in the hQuse Mrs Mattie Crouch iTfotonvlUe Tenn cured her 5 months of Indigestion with It Mrs Almdtt 371111s Jamaica Vt says it saved her babys JlteMrS A B Cunningham Fresno Calif says she cant keep house without It It cured her little son of rheumatism and stomach trouble I1rs Flora Hebrew Bow Creek Kan says Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin cured my little girl of constipaton I cannot recommend your splendid remedy too highly for children Mrs Mary E Young Burlington Ia pvites i cheerfully recommend ji w miners as the best laxative for children Mrs Alice Miller Canal Dover Ohio has used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with splendid results as a laxative for ChAUredrugglsts sell It at 50c and 100 perbottie Pepsin Syrup Co 301 Cald well Bldg Monticello will send a free sample to any one who has neve used It and will give it a fair trial TOralB by The Red Cross Drugstore pI t t Soft Drinks 1 jWhat the Doctors Say We the practicing physicians of EI zagethtowntake pleasure in recom m use beverages man BottlingW QYthical analysis to be as pure and as good as can be found Both the water and th are filtered before use As they take so much pains washing and cleaning their bottles their drinks can not be filthy impure We find they use no chemical sweetener or harmful ingredients of iny kind in their drinksi use but pure fruit flavors arid granulated sugars These drinks can be fre d without interfering with physicians prescriptions or any m 1D some cases we recommend the elofthem in connection quitehelpful0 W GonnorM Df Jas R Gray Ml D J 0 Mobley M D Jno M English tM Dv H Ford M D S L T bhMD R A Miller M Th J Ei pbSpain DO F P Stridden M D lhairmanBoardof Health j If unable toj get Durhams of placeLont1e Wholesale and Retail J L ALLENNext to Walton Hotel j1 Kentucky Fair Dates ire followl are thedat s fixed fOr holding the Kentucky Fairs for1908 as r as Officers of fairs are omissionslor daysjjGermantown Augiit 264days- Morgantos August 27says Somerset September 14 dayai- j Hardinsburg September I3days daysI8I days JiKodgenyille September 8 3 days Glasgow Septernber9i days JKentucky State Fair Louisville Sep teniber 146days TJexasyky Aug 1908 I can rec hcJ1d Hope Comfort Range as Iji Have used one for several years I woald not take What 1 paid for my Kaftge today arid do without one They a JJail thats claimed of them They hjrtfe no equal for baking and require vjbry little fuel Respectfully MRS J M BEGLEY t T CLUBBING RATES WITII II LOUISVILLE DAILIES f i The Sun and The liouisville- hi Times one year5 00 r JThe Sun and the Daily Courier i f Journal except Sunday 64Q Same including Sunday 8 20 r Th Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in II the week 3 7C i The Sun one year and the daily l Courier Journal any three d days in th e week six months 230 The Sun aii l the Sunday Cour ierJourrial one year 2 80 f The Sun and the Louisville daily 25jU Post one vear 400 I i 1 1U 4 lt n I ICLEANING A CLOCK How to Put t In First Class Run iving Order It is very siiuple to clean a clock which may sound very absurd For an amateur it snot always necessary to take the clock to pieces With a little care and patience and using some benzine a clean white rag a sable brush and some oil a clock jean be cleaned and put in first class running order The benzine should be clean and free from oil You can test ben zine by putting a little on the back of the hand If it is good it will dry offj leaving the hand quite clean but I any grease remains on the hand it Is not fit to use IThe oil should be of the very best that can be procured says Popular Mechanics Vegetable oils should never be used Clock oil nbe procured from your druggist or jeweler All loose dirt should be removed from the works by blowing withn bellows or a fan or dusting with a dry brush In the latter case great care should be exercised hot to injure any of the parts Dip the brush in the benzine and Mean the spindles and spindle boles and the teeth of the escapement wheel After washing a part wipe the brush on the rag and rinse in the benzine This should be repeated frequently until no more dirt is seen When the clock has drIed oil th6 spindle Indies and the teeth of the est done wIth a toothpick ora sliver of wood cijt to a fine point Oil the tooth of the escapement wheel slightly using a fine bush HJwto Act I In Case of Fire It smoke is seen pouring out from under a door do not rush and open that dcjor Remember that by so doing you cause a draft which will flameslShuthave not a hand pump or fire grenades handy collect as many Trails or jugs of water as possible outside the closed door of the room which is afire Meantime remember that smoke is almost as dangerous to life as fire A soaking wet towel knotted round the face and- nostrils is an excellent rough and ready protection against breathing smoke 1So is a wet sponge Remem ber also that smoke rises Therefore It is least thick near the floor If the smoke be very thick crawl with your face close against the floor The corn monest cause of fire is the upsetting of an oil lamp Water will only spread the flames of burning oil but a hearth rug will extinguish them promptly cxIcommon are a s fighting Thq contents of an ordinary flowerpot wilt stop the spread of the flames of oil j Foolscap The word foolscap Is a corruption of the Italian foliocapo foliosized sheet From the 13th to the 17th century this sort of paper was watermarked with a fools head with cap and bells They War on Each Other What a pugnacious communi y it is creaIwhole extent of that vast body water is a slaughter house where the strong prey on the weak There is no other way for to sustain life but doesnt it seetem that nature should have a state of things L I lzj 11 riolin Recital I ppt 2i r jUESpAY EVENING vrV j SEPTEMBERflRST NINETEEN HUNDRED and EIGHT SPRINGFIELD KY I f PROGRAMME to READJNfG n Tom Moore I saYf 2 aFlcurDe Lis Carl Venth b Humoreske f r Anton Dvorak J Reading Shoe Shop1 11 Gipsy Airs Paolo Sarasale a Descripiive of the wanderiug life of a Gipsy Violinist separated from his companions bIlls longing for home and friends 1 clie meets his comrades and is happy againoGipsy Dancer vfk Reading Parsons Prayer Selected i Songs from the Old English r iaVthat Pity is Akin ToS bMadcap Marjorie t cIf No One Ever Marries iVe i 7aPolish Dance Wieniawski b Serenade f Per e c traumerei v Schumann 0 II + iiY h + jLr ESCAPES PRISON To See Dying Mother Convict Brings Her Health Back and He Will Return Prison ug21Becauselhis sohan escaped convict from theState penitentiary at Rich ond left his home in Wise county Vi on Wednesday with the avowed att ntioh of returning to the penitentiary Dotson was con victed uf robbing a store in Wise coun ty a year ago and was sentenced to the penitentiary He was a model prisoner until he learned that his mother was pining away her life for him back in the mountains of Wise county When herIescape the penitentiary Dotson s mother did not die and her sons return brought the roses again to her cheeks Dotson then became sorry for havingmade his escape His mother concurred in his determination to return to prison and he will cairy out his plans if possible i She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West Franklin Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kingss New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good and do their work without making a fuss about it These painless purifyers sold at Hay don Robertsons drug store 25c l SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN t1 0 tt aase Brady Rt 3 have for sale ten good Southdown bucks from 1 to 4 years old Also 10 thoroughbred buck lambs Stiles Thompson Springfield have for sale a lot of stock ewes W P Montgomery Rt 1 has for sale 150 bushels of good seed rye G T Kimberlin Texas has for sale 25 good feeding Hogs J F Smith Rt 2 has for sale aoout 40 bushels of choice seed wheat C L Grufldy Rt 1 has for sale ten good stock owes C H Montgomery Rt 1 has for sale one ed bushels of seedrye J A Tucker Rt 1 has for sale aI lot of oak and ash timber R L Brady Springfield Rt1 4 has for sale 50 stock ewes and four NoA bucks To Raise Sunken Vessels i Compressed air is recommended by Cosmos Paris as the best means of raising sunken vessels and the jour nal says the old methods should be abandoned It points to a number of big boats which have leen rescued from the deep this way Excellent Health Advice IMrs M M Davison of No 379 Gif San Jose Cal says The worth of Electric Bitters as a general family medicine for headache bilious ness and torpor of the liver and bowels is sa pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in its faVor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflic tions There is more nealth for the di gestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than m other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c The Sun and CourierJournal 150 i it J rJiJ I 1 1piiii I 4 A II CDo you remember as a boy how delighted you were with your first STEVENS Truly an event at that time Give YOUR BOY a STEVENS now Will add to his happiness andellucation MAKE A MANF YOUR BOYI If you cannot obtain STEVENS EIT1ES For caw SHOTGUNS laatampae PISTOLSpSTP wS from your Dealer wm jg rnWfrsUp directnrcopiiexpress prepaid lSDpap J1re ponrceiptof araCat1ecjICatalog Price J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO f4 PO Box 4098 Chicopee Falls Ma- ssoooooooooooooooomo IF YOU WANT THBBEST FLOUR FORrASK YOUR OBOCElEi I Pride Washington srI JiSprlngflIdsMANUFACTURED BY tIJ W JARBOS CO Highest market price paid for WHEA- T00000000p00000000000000000 TWL rU1 t 4o Heart V Troubles f The heart may1be wealcf just the same as the eyesi stomach or other organs IJ often happens that- personi a s born with a weak heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion anxiety fcervotBiteSSJ1 Theuniatisni etc weaken the heart Tie result is shortness of breath palpitation pain in the heart or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened with a tonic andforthisnothingequals e Ithoughttlted feeling and short of breathcould hardly go about and a good asthmaticbreathingbegan taking Dr Miles Heart Cure 7betterfig that I began this medicine and shall not hesitate to tell others liw much good it has done me MRS F J NORTON TPreovflle New York HeartCure I fallstoNiles Medical Cov Elkhart Ind c The Springfield Sun too 1t11l0