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IIIt 9 FL bc P u I IvJt 7UU i j JJt r tl DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON i COUNTYI VOLUME iv SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1908 JUMBEIUO EDITORIAL SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR 4WOE TO HIM THAT TOWN WITH STABLISHETH A CITV INIQUITY Sing Jhi Sing of the Reaper A few strokes with a sharp scythe along some of the streets of Springfield would not only convert a wilderness of weeds into heaps of fallen monarchs and greatly improve the appearance of things but it would be a step toward correcting some of the unsanitary con ditions of the town Get a scythe and some elbow grease and sing the Song of the Reaper t Deserves Laurels A man has a women Heat a block whenit comes to climbing over a belch ing cannon and planting the flag of his I country upon the breastworks uf the enemy or when it is necessary to skin a tiger or quarter a grizzly but aj woman is considerably ahead of the game when it comes to battling with and ng fleas and In VIew of the tact that we find it necessary to deal with fleas oftener than we have to plant flags skin tigers or quarter griz 2lies it seems to us that the women tblk are entitled tothe laurels of an Admiring public Just think about low skillfully tliey nab a little biter r while he is getting in his work beneath the garter The man who can jerk up a pants leg dive down into a sock with a finger and thumb and come out with tfieaj canfbefouridhigh or low t Costly Attraction A pretty girl who was in part ini side of a directoire coat suit is responsible for a wholesale robbery in aj Kansas townlast week Whilethe pror prietors and clerks followed the attrac tion to the town limits a thief entered the stores and looted to his hearts co- ntenti t BACK TO THE CONSTITUTION The following paragraphs are from an editorial by Mr Watterson in the CourierJournal Sunda- yS take little stock in campaign shib bol thsThey are made to excite and mislead Neither do I set much store by political heroes They strut their hour upon the stage Truth is the star of my idolatry though usually half truths are mast in evidence But in this campaign I see on the one aide a party faced at least in the right direction and on the other side a party faced two ways 1 see in Mr Bryan an amiable doctrinaire of Jefeersonion tendencies see in Mr Taft an amiable opportun ist of bloodyshirt Republican antece dents From Bryan I deriye some hope From Taft none whatever but in the event of the death from accidenttapo plexy or overexercise I see infSherj man as President of the United States all that is odious and dangerous in ring ism and reaction cIWe have a noble sytem of Govern ment I would preserve it The way to preserve it is to keep it in currents of political thought and action hot to allow it to rust in the grasp of the one party power Back to the Constitution and punish the rascals is the word discriminating between the rich apd the predatory rich holding dishonest corpo ration officers peisonally to their proper account not visiting their wrongdo shareholders telaw- iniluPooioooeeot by jury the means of everywhere reaching the epds of justice Down with the twofaced standards of the spectacular shbwing Roosevelt to the West and South and Sunny Jim Sherman to the East Taft the merest middle man between Up with the milk white flag of feforni the Peoples flag which is as unsullied as it was when it waved over Tilde and Cleveland and a united Democracy fHowto Make Good Pies The PEe Food Department of theI National Government has issued a cir cular In which the women are told DEMOtRATSt1il t Jn the Fourth District Will Look to Mr Johnsons Interests While I 1 Hti Works For the Party It will hardly be possible for Congressman Ben Johnson to make an active Canvass in the Fourth district this fall He is Chairman pi the Democratic State Campaign Committee and is now actively engaged in the management of the campaign in Kentucky He will devote most of his time to the interests of Mr Bryan and the ticket therefore he can not actively push his own candidacy The Sun believes that the Democrats of theJFqurth district will not allow Mr John ons interests to be neglected While he is making a fight for the party in Kentucky we believe the Democrats in each of the counties in the Fourth dis trictiwill be active in Mr Johnsons interests and that they will not fail to as t sist him while hB is spending his time and energies to incr ase Mr Bryansj vote in every section of Kentuckyi t Mr Johnson has made a sacrifice for hl party one that few men would t have made and we are quite sure the Pemocrats of his district will be appre ciativeIve pp ty lapest ever given a Democrat for Congress ir the Fourth distrit There are many Republicans who will vote for him realizing that in him they have a safe brainy and energetic Represe htatiye in C 1gessa Representative whoj will look to the interests of all regardless of party affiliations At this time when the farmers of the nation are pleading for just l sat c the hands of our Representatives in Congress it is important that the bigcest brainiest and best men of every State be sent to Washington as the representa tives of the people We need men who know how to do things those things c which will mean the betterment of the masses Nobody doubts that Mr son is in this class It is the ambition ohis life to help those who need helr1 Both in public and private life his energies money and time have been spRpt in an effort to assist the people to better t ngsto help them over the rough ways of life Ask any man or woman in Bardstown to tell you something about Ben Johnsons efforts toubujld up in the interests of the people and you will 5be told that for thirty years he has made a determined honest andL manly jfight tojtinng about results WhICh would help the people to overcome obstacles and to turn them towards progress contentment and happiness What a happy day it will be for America when both branches of our Naion al Congress are filled with such men Indeed if that day ever comes it will be a day of equal rights to all and exclusiye privileges to nnea day in which the honest brawn of the American farmer and American laborer will be thought asmuch of as the tainted millions of Wall Street Let the Democrats of every county in the Fourth district increase Mr Johnsons majority by determined tireless work He dee yes an increased ma jonty not so much because he is now spending his time ini working for the ticket but because he is now and has spent his tine in working for thec J People lI t i I S5a5 how to make good piesf Since the dinner pail is empty the Department would better first tell the good women of the country how to get the ingredi e4nts Two Kinds of Thieves If a thief breaks into a farmers meat i house and steals a ham the farmer at once sends for an officer and a bloodhound and tries to catch the thief If the officer and blood hound are successful the farmer will spend his time and money in prosecuting them n who robbed him On election day this farmer will go into the voting sameI mark his ballot for an individual is indisputably the servant of those pirates who have been robbing the farm- erS for a quarter of a century All thieves ought to be captured and sent to the penitentiary but jf it requires very much of your time to apprehend- the sham thief you would do well to let him escape and spend the time in trying to induce your friend to help you arrest the hand ot the big Wall Street thief that is raking millions of dollars from the pockets of the people annually Breach is Too Wide Candidate Taft and Senator Foraker have patched T up their differences shook hands before a G Af R parade mad three or four beautiful bows and pledged allegiance to each other But Senator Forak r with his very sharp tongue made the breach too wide in Ohio and it will be impossible to bridge it or fill it up before November The State is 50000 Democratic Stealing Dimes and Quarters All the stealing in this country is not done by masked men during those hours when graveyards yawn though they are the fellows who are sent to the penitentiary but much of it is done by that class of individuals who wear kid gloves and high collars and rented dress suits and who are never caught until tie devil lassoes em with a spell of typhoid fever or some other kind of disease Men are growing rich iri this country fey stealing dimes and quarters from the poor devils who get them by a very excruciating browsweating process tADispute Mr Richardson of the Glasgow Times says Senator Ueboe is in South America and Mr Lawrence of the Cadiz Record reports the Senatorin Africa Upon nearly all important question great mOn differ but we can see no sane reason for dispute in this instance and we hope these two gentle men will get the question settled be fore a serious breach occurs 1 Couldnt DodgeltS A Mrs D3dge of Nebraska has been married fourteen times and is now in the market fo the fifteenth husband The last fellow she married was named Dodge as indicated aboye but notwithstanding this advantage he couldnt U get out of her way and beiore the honey moon had quartered he flickered and skipped out to tjie land of eternal repose Very RefreshingS Those doublecolumn thri bbleleaded editorials from the pen of Mr Henry Watterson indicting the Republican patty and telling why Mr Bryan should be elected are as refreshing as the rosy mornings of May The Trust Needs Him A lone robber relieved 200 people of their valuables a few days ago in Yel low Stone park Tha fellow ought to be given a place at the head of the Standard Oil trust L i SVvy Much Admired a President Roosevelt has invited Capt Wm J McDonald the Texas manhunter to accompany him on his hunting expedition in Africa It is said that Capt McDonald has ovet sixty notches in his guns and that he can shoot out a mans eye at a distance of 100 yard and not half try We are glad the Captain has been invited to go to Africa to shoot tigers and lions and boa constrictors and other things of vicious natures It is better to slay these soulless creatures ot the jungles than it is to slay those creatures into whom God has breathed a soul Mr Roosevelt admires Capt McDonald be cause he is ahgood sh9t and will shout at the drop of the hat Bat Mas terson with his gun notched thirtysev en times may also come in for an invi tation What a pity that Nick Carter the hero of ten thousand tencent nov els was killed bv Simon Bolliver Bull whack in a barroom fight at Leadvill a few years ago This attraction would have been a great outing for poor old Nick Whilg Teddy Bin and Bat were hunting Big Bad Bears Rough Rhinoceros and Tyrant Tigers Nick could have gone forth each day and killed ten or twelve thousand bad niggers Looking Through Dark Glasses 1 Too many people look through dark glasses for bright spots and seeing naught but gloom they be eve the whole world is immersed in shadows In the summer when the trees are green and the hills and valleys are burdened witha wealth of bud and bloom and in the fall when the leaves are brown and the vines are seared and in the winter when the earth is tuned in snow and ice Gods sun light and star light nable us to see myriads of beau ties Put away the dark glasses ands e with la clean clear vision and the world will be as rosy as an Eden Mrs Hetty Censured New Yorks Four Hundred censures Hetty Gree i the richest woman in the world beca use she refuses to put on a decollette waist and a sheath skirt and show herself in New York society Hetty has Been under cover too long to come forth now in any such open way Try KindnessS Kindness sometimes convinces a man that he is in the wrong after bullets have failed WHY Why did the Republican party in National Convention by a vote of nearly 9 to 11 refuse to adopt a plank favoring the election of Uni ted States Senators by the direct vote of the pople What excuse can Republican speakers offer for this refusal to iecognize the desires ot the farmers and laborers of the country Every farmer in Washing ton county knows that the United proposedlegislation of the farming classes Only last winter the United States Senate unceremoniously killed the bill to re move the from tobacco after the Lower House by a unani mous vote had declared in favor of removing the tax What do the farmers think of the Republican par tys refusal to stand with them in their effort to throw off this miserable yoke The United States Sen ate is a partner of the trusts it is the mainstay ot the tobacco trust If you yote the Republican ticket next November YOUR VOTE WILL BE CAST FOR THE TOBACCO TRUSTit will be cast just as any trust magnate in the nation would cast it were it possible for you to place your suffrage in his hands If you are a Republican ASK ANY ONE OF THE REPUB LICAN LEADERS TO EXPLAIN WHY THE REPUBLICAN NA TIONAL CONVENTION BY A VOTE OF NEARLY 9 TO 1 RE FUSED TO ADOPT SENATOR LA FOLLETTES PLANK DECLAR ING FOR THE ELECTION OF UNITED STATES SENATORS BY THE DIRECT VOTE OF THE PEO PLE AWFUL i By the Time Taft Gets Through With Bryan the Democrat PartyV IWilla DeadSSpringfieldKyDearsome parts of it I like fcut political you are too strenuously turned and it wont Bryanthewhat I say is true and then you will see that all of your articles was in vain SYours truly MY DEAR SIRAndyou reallybelieve Ubythe time Taft gets through witfc 1 Bryan the Democrat party will be dead You believe this to be the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth You not only believe it butyou assert itr are positive are you And you are possessed of a knowl edge js yet hidden the folds of the tuture Now may i not enquire of you the exact location of this wonderf fountain from which you have been sipping an elixir that enables one to delve into these mysteries I can not take your word in a matter so important In the beginning of the world God Almighty dropped a Big Broad Curtain from somewhere out of the heavens and during all these centuries this curtain has concealed frum us the events of the future Therefore I can not Relieve that the power to see things in the future has been given to you I am constrained to believe that you are just an ordinary fellow and that you have not yet been endowed with the foresight of prophesy The truth is I am convinced that you are hysterical that some sort of brainstorm has swept over you and excited your ego and that while in i this condition you took your seat with pen in hand and proceeded to write what your excited mind believed was true I hope you are now better If you are not my advice is that you consult a physician Some times afflictions like yours develop into incurable diseases of the mind Do you not feel all rund wnU Doyou chew your food well How is your appetite You may be suffering 6f indigestion if so try table soda and castor oiltake both inwardly Your letter indicates that you are suffering of melancholia You must try to be happy and contented you must dismiss all unpleasant things from your mind Try to think no more that By the time Taft gets through with Bryan the Democrat party will be dead Perish such thoughts Look upon the bright side oflife and see apples of gold in pictures of silver Behold the crystal dewdrops upon the petal of the rose and listen to the song of the brook as it wends its way through the blooming meadows leaping and laughing an dancing while from the throats of the sweet singers great volumes of melody are poured into the lap of Beautiful Nature No such thing as you predict will r happen Believe me my friend you are just a little off the right sorj of medical treatment and gentle nursing will restore you to a normal condition Dont spend your time in thinking of such sad catastrophes You must not be lieve that our beloved Republic will pass through such an ordeal God Almighty has never destined the masses to such crucial sufferingSWill you believe me now my friend when I say to you that not until every printed letter upon every page upon which is printed the Constitution of the United States has faded not until eyery printing press in the whole civilized world has rusted and crumbled and the art of printing is forgotten not untij years have lapsed themselves into myriads of centuries not until the Declaration of Independence is sneered upon not until the name of Washington is abhored and the seat of our National Government occupied by a Monarch as mean as hell and as bloody as Tiberas will the Democratic party be dead it v Not until the deyil digs through millions of miles of stone and iron and steel and melting lava and boiling water and taking the wings of a mighty Demon flies through the air of the earth as a tyrannical herald on and on tilrtht Chandelier of Stars is reachedand there fastens his anchoring tail to the gplden pillars of the New Jerusalem and in his black brazonry defies God and Christ and heaven will the Democratic party be dead irr O Doubtless you have never read the words of the inspired poet who gaye to the world this beautiful uplifting and exhilarating poemT TWhen the lion eats grass like an ox SAnd the fish worm swallows the whale f When the robins knit woolen socks And the hare is outrun by the snail v h When serpents walk upright like men r V v And the doodle bugs travel like frogs When grasshoppers feed on the hen And feathers foundare on hogs f When Thomas cats swim in the air i- 55And elephants roost on trees V SWhen insects in summer are rare ri i And snuff never makes people sneeze 5f5When fish creep over dry i V And mules on velocipedes ride 1v When foxes lay eggs in the sand And women dress take no pride When Dutchmen no longer dr nk beer And the girls get to preaching on time SWhen billy goats butt from the rear p SAndarson no longer is crime t r SWhen humming birds bray like an ass f And limberger smells like cologne r i vj f When plowshares are made out of glass rlSAid the hearts of true Texans of stone y When ideas grow in idiots heads sa fiAnd this country wont beworth a dn 1 F Now do you not feel a heap better Can you not see now fimpossible it is l for the Democratic party to dieS J Write to mewnenever you feel these spells coming on and I will do what 1 can to soothe your troubled soul Try not to let any more silly notions buzz in your head Pinch yourself Get into a fusswith your wife Turn lapSe a bumble bee in your trousers Swallow a chew of long green tobacco Do anySthing to divert your mind Yours very truly ROGERS GORE t V Republican Loss The Vermont election is very gratifying to the Democrats The Republi can vote dropped off 8 per cent and an anticipated majority of 40000 barely reached 29000 It looks good for De mocracy lOO Off The man who goes off half cocked every three or jour hours in the day ought toCCgooff to a watering place and give the peopler a rest 7 2 Enter School 1SThe Western Kentucky State Nor mal of Bowling Green offers young people desiring scholarship and pro fessional training an unexcelled opport1 tunity to prepare for the active duties of life Write H H Cherry BowlingSGreen Ky for information They 1 ake The Kinks Out- I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years with mcreuinK1fsatisfaction They take the kinks out of stomach liver and x wels without fuss or friction says N H Brown of Pittsfield Vt Guaranteed ILtlsfictoryIatHaydon Robertson drug store 25ct 7 t e r I I 2jji C I IHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY Y SEPTEMBER 9 1908 t WHITE CITY AND TATE fAIR A Louisvilles ramous Amusement Park Will Be Open For Visi tors from the SUIte The White city Louisvi1La great amusement park built at a cost of- J 3OQO O Win be kept open through the week of the State Fair to give the yis tors from the State an opportunity to enjoy its multitudes ofattractions ThIs announcement is of the greatest interest to Kentucky people who will visitthefair as itdoubles lhe induce ment of the trip to Louisville T IWhite City IS th largest amusemnt park in the country outside of Chicago aiih New York It c6vers enough spaceJ for a town and in Its bounds J fond amusement and entertainment unlimIted 1he beauty of the White City in it self more than repays a visit The D m xise Board Walk built rouriaa broad lagoon 1S surrounded by the buildings and dev cesiall of White arid handsomely decorated At one endof the walk is the ShoottheChutes the long incline descendIng to the lagoon th t the ride down the chutes may end ma delightful dash over the waters At the other end of the lagoon is the large band pavilion Here the Board- Walk boa ensinto a great area In the center of which stands the lofty electric tower a structure of impressive beauty and when illumintteti at night a dazzling spectacle Beyond the tower is the German Village wIth its beautiful shade trees It oucupies in itself enough ground for a park Beyond the village is the immense pavilion used for concerts dancing etc which over looks tEiq majestic Ohio river at tle most beautiful part ofthe stream famed for its scenery Adjoining the pavilion on the river baTIk IS an oen airs theater and band stand and further down the restaurant where one nay enjoy a meal beside the iver at mst reasonable rates tiThe scenia Railway the longest m e world is to the south of the Board Walk A ride on it is the most dehgiit lulsensatlon of rapid travel and at he same tIme perfectly safe The FIgure Eight is a similar device In which qne enJoys a ride that is a COflt1flUQUS wipri lThen spIring dash down the long incline and the glid across the waters of thela goon is a pleasure Of which one never ttres TheCmlals of Venice afford a trir in a gondola of a quarter ofa mile through a reproduction f the Italian city The amusements of the Board wi1k artoo numerous to ment3on but the Third Degree arid the Laundry may be mentioned as affording fun thai alone IS worth the trIp to Louisville The White City is situated almost ad joining the State Fair and 0J1 the ame car line and can be reached WI1hQu- tt slightest trouble by all faIr visit rs- ItwIIl bea delightful I ce to repair to after the fair has been enjoyed and the White Citys beautis and innocent amusements will doubtless please thou sands of Kentucky folk during fir ektIBlister Beetles Look out for the bster beetles Drescientifically known as tyttaIOI J sUm grayish black bugs that about this time of the year suddenly appear likingLand usually touch uothing else as long as these last These voracious eaters will clean UI a large vine in two or three days time leaving only bare stalk They should be tougbt prompt Jy and vigorously and one alive One way to do this Is fOr several to at tack them at once Jal the vifles arM every ib etle drops ground in a counterfeit death but only for a mo f meat und then they scamper ofT at a lively space Quick work with clubs while the bugs play possum will fin isI most of them if several unite in the work An hour later the same thing cap be repeated Another way Is to use Insect powder puffing the powder fua cloud of dust over the vines It kills every bectleit touches and is the easiest way of all Repeat the dust shdwfr tf niore beetles appear for tlI1 Insect powder soon loses Its power lfter the oxygen of the air strike it Y t Enter the Western Normal See your County Shperintendent im mediately about free tuitIon and write HB Cherry of Bowling Green for a new catalog S i A Pa ing Investment Mr John White of 38 Highland Ave 4 Ho9lton Maine sayS Have been trQibleiI witfi a cough every winter and spring Last winter 1 tried many advertised remedies put the cough continued until I bought a 50c bottle of Dr Kings New DiscovEry before that was half gone the cough was all gone This winter the same happy result has lol lowed a few doses once more banished theannual cough lam to convinced that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best oJ all cough and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c arid 100 Tria1 bQttle free r MAUD I Mr and Mrs Wallace Seay aid ebBI den and Mr and Mrs Chas spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Thos Dugan Miss1aytie Andrews has returned hnie from Bloomfield after spending several days with Mrs Carrot Allen Mr B F Sttle QUr hustling huck ster will start his wagan Monday Msdames D iH Houston Forest Pottinger and sop Ramey Mrs J N Shhmt andMissHallie Houston spent Friday wIth MdH D Stihs of Sprinpfipld Misses Roxy and Mary Wake eld Nancy Shehan and HalIte Houston Mesrs Muir Briggs John Settle and Roy Dugan attended the Shepherdsville FaIr Thursday witn Uncle Mike Troutman as chaperone They all report a grand time Mrs qra Crume and sons Dor hestr and Frank arid Robert and J Norris Shehan attended theChildrens Fair at Sprmgfield Saturday Mr an4Mr Wm Wriht of Bards withIMr F G Noel and son Bowman of Hillsbor spent Sunday with MrJ 11 Montgomery p1aceIiiciwjo getStrong P J pair of 1247 W C9ngress St Chicag1tells of a wy Ito become strong He saypMymother who is old and was very eeble is deriving so much benefit from lectric Bitters that I feel Its my duty to tell those who peed a tonic and strengthening- medIcine about it In niy mothers case a markedgairkin flesh has resulted inj isIsteadilyand kidney complaints Sold under ts9nsdruCure for Burns The following cure for burns is given with apprprai In the report of the inspectors of factories for Ontario The sufferhig causel by n burn upon the skIn whether small or great Is in tense as every one knows and med- Ical sclotl chas only been able thus tar to puilllate the pain but not to remove it entirely Chance 1ed to the i discOvery In the Paris Charity hospital oJ a ieniedy which It is Clnlnie will cause burns to cease from being painful as soonm it Is applied rind whIch viII causd Injured flesh to heal with marvelous rhpldlty says ChaIn bers Journal Dr Thierry one of the usingIwere with the solution One day in lIght Ing a eigatette a portion of the burn Ing match fell on his hands but In stead of feeling it he noticed not the slightest pnn Ashort time afterward while seitling n letter some of the burning wax stuck to his finger awl though it cauterized the skinhe felt no sensatiOn This set him thinking and lie arrived at the conclusion that the acid had to use his ovn words acted upon the tissues mid tightened them Ho began n serIes ofexperiunents in treat Jng burns with ft saturatad solution of picric ficidil1 pain Was Instantly suppressed He says In his report that aftr haviug batlied t1ievpuud1n a solution of tlthu acId misters dig not form audn cure was effected after four or five dayS The only innven lence was wt the ucid which is corn mercinlly ued In the manufacture of- lyes colored the skin bllow but thCse stains rapid1y dlsppeared when wash 1ed with boric acId OY Io Cure Constipation Simple Home Remedy That Is Safe and jiPleasant Few people escape constipation Catch 9XInature diseased or woakened system or strong znedicinJs may cause it Tue too common pruiCtice of taking salts or plll or some such violent cathartic has always done more harm than good They make the bwels aCt quickly und vio len tiy simply UECl lse they Irritate them and leiwc them ma worse condition than before j Vhatis needed is a mUd easy llert lax nthc that gives regular dailr move ments In all cases yet does nOt pain or gripe and which will strengthen the bow emand tone up the system instead of depleting itDr CaIdwOlts Syrup Pepsin taken at night before golnS to bed vill bring an easy pleasant natural movement In the morning even Iii the most obsUnot cases and without any bad effects No pain no gripe and It Is so safe and pleasant to take mothers give it to their babies with splendid results It is an aid to di- gesUol1 and tones up the systeplas well as cures bowel trouble E Covey Savannah Tenn writes I get better results tram it than any Pepsin 1 ever used Dt T Tones Osgood Mo says I couisider Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin the best ot all laxatives Mrs Almon WillIs Jamaica Vt says I truly believe It saved my little b s life Rev A T F1etchr Rutherford Teun Says I am 80 years old and your Syrup Pepsin has cured me otdyspepsln arid bowel trouble W D Jackson Burns Station Tenn says I was afflicted with constipation and dyspepsia for nine years and found SyrupI100 per bOttle We are glad to send a free sample to any reader ot this paper who has nevr used it and will give It 0 ffair triaL Write today to PepsfnSyrupCo 303 Caldwell 31dg Monticello IlL bor sale The Red Cr6ss DrugStoreo ++ I + t + + + + + THE YOUNG + i TELEGRAPmL i I4 H + oiginat WarIand Morganof the civil walj occupy ralliQbncareer as commander of a companypf- ymng Confederates and operated always in tilemlddle southwest His career was fuli of daring He would approach a Union picket assuming to a Federai pthce reprimand blm 1e some negtgence get possessIon of bis musket and thus capture single banded a whole pieket posti It was during thecampaign1of General Halleck against Quaker suns ot- Corinth that Morgan was operating In UIIeCk rear ill western Tennessee IIE lines of communication Is Qt very important service An army must be fed That means that beImust be protected In this work an Important feature to the protecting force was the telegraph otIrarmy was charge Qf Torn Venable whC lived wTth his family on the upcr floor of the two story station building the tele graph and ticket office being below One night when Venable was in his office sendirg the dispatches necessary to get a heavy tTan load of supplies south he heard a tap on the windowpane LooIiuig up tbere stood a man hit Confedeuitte uniform Coveriui g him offiItract Venables attention and ordered him to throw up the Sash enabie- dUl so and thd officer climbed In lit the window jIm JOhn Morgan he saId Morgan usu Ily declared himself in tbl fashion t was the lst possible wdy of strlkhi au enemy with terror Meanwhile t Ie station was surround edj by Coifed ate cavalrymen Mor gan put his ow q telegrapher at the key w4o began to tblegrapb the traIn Veu wIthIe were in the region and was waIting to be assured that t was safe to advance Iorgaus tele rnpber sent n dispatch that MOrgan bsd gone ot In un easter Iy tlirection aid au order signed by Un on comm nderfor the train to come on INow there is a hero to this story he iasleep In his bed above the telegraph oUke But a clatter be nettJh wales him Bclng not oter- thiiCenyersold he coesnt n wakeiln a but his WOtilL helps him by- telling him thatthe station Iln pos ses ion of the lieadLi Morgan Jim nulel Ymiable wasof n scIentific mind telegraphIwas was to tber om but It was big enough to andIpne downstairs but Iie heard his- mOther say tlint doubtless Morgan had captured the telegraph In order to decoy a train Into a trap and destroy thet supplies lnfended for the tnion army Jlrnrnle got an Idea The telegraph wires passed WltIlin ten feet of his window before entering the office below He told hiss mother what he Intended to llo ancLshe helped tim He took his play wire tied a hairbrush to lineta ground It didnt mal e n very good connpctiou but 1t suifficed He dIqntl- mow the alls of stations nor what j station to call ile vthted till there was comparative ulet belOW then clicked P sitbou Morgan here rubs lle repeated several times It was heard nt seseralstatlous up the road and the conductor of the train was ad vised of It ut once One finn heard It for whom It was not Lntendedrh t was the Confetlera- toeratbng In the office below JImmies room lie WllS sitting zicar the key when he heard the words clicked and lIme that some one had outwitted hjm ne notified his ionimauider and u hairIymtiin wire It told them tue story GQing upstairs they discovered Jimmies device Tlie general was the first fo entr the roOm 4immIe was still at luiskty Hqve you been sending inform tiou tU the enemy 1 he asked Yeh I hae said Jimml proudly edd not know the extent of the servi he had rendered but was sure he hal done somethIng alulibe to his causei you know wlrnt we do with Ut- Ue boys Who are spies asked Mor gan NoWeli itq sometbing very terrible But fb ibis case the bUoy isa very f brght rae little chap and we will give 14m something tOr andy FTc 4rew roll ot Confederate bfls from ills pocket picked out a ten dol bar note and handed It to JimmIe Hni said Jimmie IookIQg nt It contemptuously Taint worth i United States fifty cent postal sQl paster This ptal currency was used during the svar in lieu or silver Morgan laughed took out a roll of- greenbheks doubtless captured money and bindIiig Jl five dollar note to the boy went downstairs and rode away follow1 his troopers For Saving the train Jimmie ater Ward rceIved a much larger reward from tile United StUtes government NORMAN P WHITE RublicSaes c4 OF LAND AND PERSONAL PRORERTYLONE DAIS MILE OF MACkVllLE ON J Thursday September 17 1908 Having decided to move to llarrodsburg on the above date I will offer for sale MY FARM 90AcresKNOWN AS THE CAL SllEWMAKiR FARM Also a House and Lot containing 4 acres The farm has OfTit a rood dwelling house 7 rooms porches and halls Closets etc 4goodCis andtobaccooutbuildIngsTillsPERSONAL PROPERTY l Four Young Fillies 2 2yearold mare mules I 2yearold Horse mule sprufgOneCorn Five Ricks and Five Stacks of Hay 30 bushels Seed Rye etc OneHalf Interest in SIX ACRES OF TOBACCO In the barn Also 6000 Tobacco Sticks will be sold FARMING IMPLEMENTSTThe following implements practically new will also be offered for sale One Wheat Drill Li ne- two horse wagon one Mowing Machine and one Rake one big Plow etctA Lot of TermsOn Farm and House and lot terms made known on day of sale On Per Property sums of 10 and under cash over that amount a credit of 12 months given Interest from date Approved security required before removal of property i I Positively riobYbidding Everything will sell 1 E1 M SHEWMAKERH IDo You Wanta SMALL o FARM P II + LOOKAT THESE Cheaper Than You Can Build a House No rm60 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike good 5 room dwelling good stok barn goodorchard all under good fnce One fourth mile from school andon mile from church Price 1 800 No 10249 acres 3 miles from Springfielt1onehalf Imile from pIke 6 room dwelling mall sfock- plenty of locusts good hnce all in grass plenty ofwater Price 1 BOO I B LAKE The Real state SPRINGFI LD ManI r r ooW r Jl3 m CI = OOOcOOooooOOOOQQOOOOc =8 Fire Lightning Torn ado- I Windstorm I S IS YOUR 1NSURANC ABOUT TO EXPIRE If so drop us a card and we will come to see you andSSave you 0 0 From 20 to 40 per nton your premium 8ot the dry weather S- ft 0 rfarWe make a specialty of Tobacco Barns and Tobaccod give short rates on Totacco CtOand Smock J W Bush00000- 00000000000c00000000000000000000000000000000000 Let Us Be Your We never tire of helping others when tRey ask for good Job printing We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite People who have partaken of our excell nt service come back for a second s rving Our prices are the most reasonable too and you can always de pend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention Callat this office and look over our samplesI CONTAiNING I 1 1 Stove Wood oooooobooOOQOO Waiter r 000o0oo0op0r IF YOU WANT rHE BEST FLOURHASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or- Springfields l ChoiceM- ANUFACTURED y- J W JARBOECOt 4Highest market price paId for WHEA- TGooo33ooccx0oooooooooooo CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Orhe i Journal except unc1ay 640 Same in Suhday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any threq days in the week six months 230 The Sun and the Sunday Cour irJournal one year 2 89 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4 iO GO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS W DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 4C Anyone sending a sketch and may quickly ascertain our opinion tree whether an Invention ts probnblypatentab1e Commnnl t Ions RtrlcUy conOdenUal on Patents eiit free IdeM 8 enCT for patents lateuts taken through Munn Co recelvaS- pccialflOtiC4 withoucbarge bathe Scientific Rmerica rA bnndsomely Iliutrated weekly Large t culatlon of any cIentltlo journal Terms 3 a months i newdealera Mnr CO3c1BroadY New York Branch Qmce 6S F Bt Washington D C A Moneymaker for Agents TIlE OLD WORLD AND ITS WA SviBy William Jenungs Bryan 576 Imperial Octavo Pages 251 Sup ib Engravings from photographs taken bZ Col Bryan RecOuntlngluls trIp around the world and hUvlsitslo all nations qroatestbook of travl ever written Most successful seller of this generation Faun EDITIONS in Four MONTHS ThO nitents harvest WrIte at once 101hTer ritory and Agents Outfit AGENTS OUTFIT FREESend fifty CCit to coyer ost ofmull1ng and handling Address 4 THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO ST Louis MO I t 1 rr I THE SPRINGFIELD r sUN WEDNESDAY SEP1EMBER 9 1908 3 iI i Ift 11The A B C and X Y Iof I j ADVERTISING I A SERIES OFTEN TALKS ON ADVERTISING I JI written by Seymour Eaton of Philadelphia No 6 I have a bunch of letters from dvertis rsaskingJ me to crititise their advertisements to tell them- herein the copy is bad or goodII tis nearly all bad but most bad ments pay The better the copy asa a4verliseI j ithe better the results Good copy for one class of trade might be very poor copy for another But therev are a few broad general principles which are always true J Your advertisement should be attractive enough to catch the eye Size doesnt do this A two inch Jsingle column card may be made to attract more notice than an announcement as Dig as a sheet of note readII circulation it isnt worth a postage stamp You are not investing in circulation but in readers of adver tisementsi J ifpi The next point is to make your advertisement readable As a rule the most readable copy is prin eqtin fairly large book type one kind of type with a display heading or two andthe reading matter divided inHto easy paragraphs Most advertisers think that by efbwding the space to its utmost they are getting j bigger value for their money Within reasonable limits the very opposite is true Ten words read areIworth more than ten thousand words looked at t i If I were advertising a retail shop ahd I found t that my advertis1ngappropna lon would allow me to take a two inch card daily in four newspapers I should multiply the two by four and take an eight inch card in one newspaper T y But thJtscret of copy is personality red hot hustling Hfe Like breeds like If your shop isa I f hustling goahead concern and this spirit is reflectedIin your advertising the contagion will soon The first huridrecl customers are the hardest to get the second hundred eoyzLe rla out iialf the time the third hundred are attracted by the crowd The full page announcements of the department stores pvershadow the small dealer but there is opening up a great field in every big city for the at tractive advertising of the smaller shop This advertising must be done in a new way it must be pleasing refined convincing it must appeal to the yeryIIantitheSis Ii 0 Copyright 190S by Tribune COmI an1otbfCag6 r j t r Ij EE EEE EEEE E EE i E iE Eii iE E i rE E E i1fE m TO THE fARM RS Of ASHINGTN COUNTY i 1 IfI I mrmfMl R ntheas the farmers of Washington county have always beenfu found in the front ranks battling for just causesl bat J tling for the rights of the peop1eThe Sun calls upcjm1 them for contributions to the fund Mi l3rvans election vi11 4 jj mean the destruction of those vampireinterest whiih JJ have bloodsucked the farmer for a decade his ele jg 4mean the restoration of equal rights t4all it av J that exclusive privileges will no longer ted ti01fwill J Seat of the National Government to gluttpnbus ji- fx The Democratic National n Mr Bryan refuses toaskor accept conibuti ns from corporations J The fight for the suprernapy of Democracy is to jj ill be made and paid for by the grat donflnori people S There are hundreds of farmers of Washirigtofl county who JJ can and no contribute liberally to the fund jj S Fill out the following blank and mail together with con Jj tribution to The Sun Jue 1 EDITOR SUN m w Enclosed find S vt my contribution tQ Bryanw H Campaign Fund 1 Name 1 f Address m t Ai Ii The amount rec ived wilkbe turned over to Judge W E Selecman who will m Ii mall receipt to contributor i r II1111 IIaaa aallllallall 22221111 33 a 22a 2i22 abtiiJIiiJI II A 1 w THE SUN 52 t SHINES FOR J t WONDERFUL 1iI AGES False Peak of Tenerife and IIIus i Jons In Tile Dardanelles The jpeak of Tenerife is toown among deep sea sailors as the false peak Otyin to some peculiarity ot the at mpsphere it is always seen by mirage In exactly the opposite direction from whichiit lies had only the acttOSt all captains know that the mirage appears long before the true peak is visible through tho most powerful glassVrJre vents many a ship from sailing mMv miles out of tier course It is hard forI a greehhorn to believe that the ajesj tic purple mountain towering astejrn or on thef port beam apparently ouly a short 3istauce off is in reality miles away in eacUy the opposite direction ahd the seemingly solid earth at which heis gazing is only a reflection on the clear mirror of the air Many weird tales are told shipwrecked men who have steered for the false peak in the expectation of finding land and have perish of hunger and thirst while pursuiig the phantom mountain- S meimes the passengers find crew of a vessel on the lookout for the faso peak sqe a much rarer and more beau tiful mirage that of a ship in the sky It usually appears about 10 oclock in the mining about ten degrees above the honiseiv and tinder full sail every delicatd spar and tapering mast clearly visible against the blue ether and even the platvot light and shadow in the bellying canvas plainly discernible to the nakjpd eye It generally remains in sight Half an hour or more before gracefully fading away The oldest marinprj can never remember having seep mirage of a steamer in that latitude but always that of a full rigged ship and this peculiar fact has given birth to many romantic legends about the ship in the sky all connec ing it inSsome way with the false peak The of the Dardanelles is the realShomebf mirages and it is sel doiri that ruf vessel sails along the Syrian coast without seeing one or more b dl the mirages of the Dardanelles are always the reflec tious of objects that can be seen with the naked eye and are invariably dis torted in grscue and fantastic carl catures of the things reflected It is certainly startling to see a steamer bearing dowp with her masts where her water line and should be and the water line where the tops of tho masts and funnel ought to show while her decks are in tlIe tight place thus addj ing to her uncanny appearance but this is a frequent sight near the Dar danelles There Is one peculiar feature of the mirages which hover near the false pekthe real objects of which they are reflections are so far away sightedrished arid sometimes not at all Ncw YQrk Press l The Lions Attack l As to a lions method of attack Fred erick Courteney Selous says in his bookHAs a rule I think a lion seizes- a sleeping man by the head and Ini that case unless it isa very old and weakly otiltnol death must usually be instantaneous as its great fang teeth will ibe driven into the brain through the thickest negro skull Similarly whep a lft n attacks an animal it trIps to get at ibe head or the throatat the vitals orthe animal Stirs Mr Selous My experience is that when a single lion tries to kill an ox or a buffalo It invariably seizes it near the muzzle with one paw and usually succeeds inI either breaking its victims neck or causing itto break it itself by Its own weight in falling When several lions attack an ox or a buffalo they will often bite and tear it all over and take a long time to kill it The Sun and CourierJournal 150 Headache If it does you should try Dr Miles AntiPaiii Pills Why not do so They will relieva the pain in just a few min utes Ask your druggist There arc 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any oft en1A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isn 9 that what you want My son Frank Snyder has used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for a long time Tie never had anything to help him so much for headache A year ago hecamo home and I was down sIcH with such a dreadful nery ous headache Ho gave me one of the AntiPain Pills and atter while I tpok another and was entirely re- lIevedI always keep them In the house now and gave many away to others suffering with headache MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN I Powell South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind T tT 4I + HA How a Fierce American t i Was Appeased A + OrigInaL America is far from Europe and the poorer classes ktiow very littlec about the western continent Yben was a boy I was one morning at the Hotel des Invalides in Paris with my father He was speaking in French with a pensioner Presently my father burst into a laugh 1 asked him what he was laughing at He said that he had told the Frenchman hat be was an A IlleticanuNo replied the old soldier Americans are all black Sonic years ago an American wilds west1 show visited Budapest There wer the usual fusillades individual shootings and stagecoach robberies The people who saw them got an idea that all Americans sbot and shot to kill on the slightest provocation I spent a few days at the place soon aft er the show hjjd passed on register ing from my home Toledo 0 The day after my arrival saw somJEj citi zens over the register debating in an excited fashion about just where in America Toleldo was whether it was on the Atlantic or Pacific coast one mandclarhhthat it was itl tile Allegheny mountains the region pf the fiercest tribes of Sud enlv scdttered11iIThe same evening I attended a per little1deforrued SellingIthe floor with half a dozen glasses of beer poised on a tray above his head not seeing the child ran her down The six glasses of beer we crashing on the floor and the waiter fell on the girl As she and he rose in his Irrita- tIon he gave her a cuff saying Take that forgetting in my way Now I am a mild mannered peace ful man nothing of a knight errant but rcrand the little1 girl given a tip to makeup for the blow she had received sol said IWaiter you had no business to child intuat manner The accident was your fault You should have looked about you to see if anybody was in your way IAs I spoke put my hand tomy hip pocket to get out my portemdiinaie which I always cary there to give the Jittle programme shIer a coin The noise of Jiad attracted the attention of everyone in the hall All eyes were upon the waiter the girl land mo As r spoke those farthest away from me got on chairs to se what I was going to do I had been pointed out to many of them as an American and as they saw that I was displeased at the waiter they con sidered him in imminent danger When I put my hand to my hip pocket there was the most remarkable commotion have ever had the honor to occasion Indeed it is the only glittering spot in my otherwise uneventful life There was a wild scramble at the tables nearest me to get out of the way The 1JHul kpocked over the chairs jumped across tables the wo men shrieked the children they take their children to such places abroad cried Those nearest the door blocked the opening in a vain effort to get out all at once I iiad my eye on the poor little programme girl and to prevent her being trampled upon put an arm about her to protect her The manager came fighting his way toward me and when he got near enough shouted to me Do not shoot Everything you require shall be done What will appease you It suddenly occurred to me to turn the score to account for the little pro gramme girl Im not going to kill any one szildbut I have suggestion to make Let us take up a collection for this poor little girl who received a cuff she did not deserve i had my not a revolv er In my hand andfojiening it took out a bill dropped it hi my lint and gave it to the manager He stood on a chair and as soon as be could make himself heard said The American will not fight if we take up a collection for the programme girl Let us ransom Carl Steffens walter who offended him Carl tlIeII poor man and has a large family With that he went ardund with the hat Every person in the assembly considered that he was bound to dis gorge as he had seen stagecoach passengers disgorge to road agents in the wild west show When the hat cam back it was brimful of bills and coins The manager handed it to me and pouring its contents Into iny handkerchief I handed it to the child The manager got on a table and cried The American Is appeased Now go quietly to your homes The people shrank away that Is those who were left for a goodly num ber had departed by the door and win dows Some whQ had to pass me looked at me with timid curiosity and when they were obliged to present their backs to me hurried out as if afraid to trust me behind them When they had all gone except the landlord he bowed very low and said to me When may I reassure our people that your excellency has departed To assume such a commanding posi tlon by strking a people with terror even in so ridiculous a manner has its effect I confess myself affected by it I could fancy bow it was that even the great Napoleon got the big head You may tell them I said that am much pJcased with their generosity I leave by he train tonight GEORGE DISNEY MILLS Dt W Fv Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental rkafreasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident IOld Massachusetts Mutual always reliable best company in tttp Your insurance solicited DR MV HYATT DR jNO M SPAULDING OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STOREJ SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURStI DR HYATT 1tDr SPAULDING to 4 p m And in office all Night IIDiYJCMudd SPRINGFIELD KITuCKy tOVflGK OVER CJ HAYDOXS nato STORE Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1t92 P M J H LAMPTON M D v SPRINGFIELD KYIOffice in Opera HoeO- ffice ploneNo 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES pay 49 Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES t ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky ngtondndand Federal Courts C C M CHORD f ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky J Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW W Springfield Ky Washingtonandpeals W E SELECMAN i I ATTYATLAW Spriiigfield Ky Vl8hlngtonaud MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building WasljingtonCourt of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyaWihIable Phone 84 CUMBERLAND CHOXB RPDNJl J E SHELBY BREEDER OF Du roc Swi n eSPRINGFIELD A FEWCHOICE BOARS FOR SALE W E PRINTS- ALE BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT I JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and BurialRobes Telephone Lay 19 Night 74 The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Journal both ont ytar I S4v rt 500000 Prize Puzzle Can You Solve It The Celebrated 15 Puzzle 6ij 5 I In H Take any of the numbers 1 2 3 45 6 7 8 9 and pllsice in the nine squares on this or a separate sheet of paper so that any way it is read it will make 115 The same number cannot be used more than once Every person sending in correct solution will be entitled Ito share in a grand distribution of cash value prizes amounting io 5000 and to each person a book containing 50 old favoritong with words and music Winners will be mail only Cut this out and send so lution rof puzzle with tame and address to MontenegroRiehm l Music Co 1428 and t INCORPORATED 630 Fourth Avenue I LOUISVILLE KY 25 eOeQoQ uooQoonaooooococcCOOOOOoooooOQ aOQQQQQ iC farmJli Tar Sale 1 Having decided to change locations I will dffer for sale privately my farm on thd Springfield and Manton road 2J miles from Manton DECRIPTIONContains J Lg2O6 Acr s 18 acres in timber most all the rest in grass some tobacco land Is well wat ered by three good ponds and wells has two Orch rds a good dwelling barn 7 and alt necessary outbuildings Has R F Dand telephone line by the 7place Close toschooL Callion or address CM BRINGLE Springfield Ky Rt 5 Box 37 338ti d aQqannn Qnaari CGOOOQCOO3OOOO3OOOOOOOOVENS r f CCrop destroying 4pestsshrift of with a reliable unerring STEVENS C For or Service j- STEVENSRIFLE SHOTGUNSPISTOLS t are unsurpassed it HIGH IN QUALITY f LOW IN PRICEw If yen csnact pbtiia froax your Dealer ws ship direct exprejs pepatd njitra reeptofCataio Alwnyslns1stell when orJerlng Send5ceztatnf stamps tar 160Paja ninstrated and JDesrlttvOCstalos Sepitewith STtV1NSand general firearm tfcnnatloa j f J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO P 0fBor40S8 Chicopee Falls Mass t THE SUN ANDRayr Bryans Commoner175Weekly CourierJournalal50rWeekly Louisville Heralds125American 150 Weekly Cincinnati rh 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentlemmi 200 JS5FarmReview of Reyiew5m 325- Lippincotts Magazine285 00LedgerHarpers Magazine t 485- HarpersWeek1 4i 86 Sunny S otgL 4 LQ I Ix4 l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 91908 I I i SPRINGFIELD n SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance k J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher x iv Entered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the r mails as secondclass matter r A TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 100 Months 50 Uxree Months 25 f FOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN t Of Nebraska IFOR VICEPRESIDENT JOHN W KERN r Of Indiana r FOR CONGRESS JOHNSONFt = + r FOR SHERIFF 4t We are authorized to announce A C nommar subject to the action of the Democratic JC party Deputies Richard Bobhtt Sam J Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and V Hubert Virgin 4FOR SHERIFF 4 We are authorized to announce SJr Anderson for Sheriff of Washington 6Ecounty subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Byron v Groake Geo Powell Sam Hale and H SR Eddleman + CANARY 4 Mr Roy Fenwick returned home t ifSunday after spending seyeral days with his parents Mr and Mrs G W Fenwiek Mr and Mrs Robert Milton spent Sunday night with Mr Wm Milton rMrs Taylor Sweeney was the guest of her daughter Mrs Alf Whiteman last week Misses May Lajinam May Logsdoni and Adray Canary were guests of Miss Hattie Logsdon Saturday night Mr George Fenwick was in Lebanon Sunday Mr Oscar Lanham attended the Bardstown fair Saturday Mr Robert Milton was in Harrods burff Monday on business Miss Florence Haydon spent from Friday until Monday with Miss Bessie Sweeney near Mackville Mr Arthur Whiteman spent Satur day night and Sunday with Mr Stanley Y Winters The spendday given by Mrs Bettie Canary was well attended Those pres gent were Mrs H S Litsey Mrs W A Barker Mrs Ben Haydon Mrs Taylor Sweeney Mrs Alf Whiteman and two children Mrs J I Brewer 0 and son Mrs Lee Hiatt and two chil 1 dren Mrs RP Lanham and daugh terj May and Mrs Lucy Sweeny of iMackville Mr and Mrs W T Phillips spent Sunday with Mr Alvie Perkins and family Mrs Bettie Canary spent from Sunday f until Tuesday with her sister Miss Mattie Hiatt near Mackville s J FOR SALE Privatelyt Having decided to leave Springfield I will offer for sale privately my HOUSE LOTxSituated one half mile from Springfield fon the Texas pike Lot contains three acres is well fenced has well and J ALL NECESSARY OUTBUILDlNG 4 Will alscj sell my Blacksmith Shop and Tools v y For further information call on or address Richard Riley vfSOpdZt Springfield Ky Ir PROFITABLE MEETING f Of Central Association of Baptist In This City Yesterday and I Today At 930 yesterday morning the 20th annual meeting of Central Baptist Association convened in the Baptist church at thisplace and was called to order by the Moderated Judge WE Selecman The Centra Association embraces churches in Marion and Washington counties and is one 6f the most pro gressivein Kentucky The meeting adjourned this afternoon to meet the first Tuesday in September 1909 with the church in Lebanon Ky Each of the churches was represent ed by letter or messengers and the re pits read indicate that much good work has been accomplished during the past year A large crowd attended both days and many people pronounce the meetingone of the most successful in the history of the Association At yesterday mornings session Judge W E Selecman was reelected Moder ator and J H Hancock Secretary Judge Selecman has been Moderator of the body since its organization and it is very complimentary to him that the Association continues him in this Im Rey ortant office W E Powers State Secretary at the request of and in place of Dr A C Graves preached the Introductory which was highly interesting and instructived The report of the Springfield Baptist church is very gratifying to its mem bers Its report shows that the pastor RevF H Williams has teen active m every field and the fruits of his labors are told in the churchs most ex cellent report There is not another Baptist with the same conditions con fronting it that confronts the church here that has done so well in the matter of contributions for missions etc Thjs church reported tor pastors salary and church expenses 112850 and for missions and beneyolences 600 r VThe New Bryan Walter Wellman in the Chicago Rec ordHerald dravs this picture of the Bryan of 1896 and 1900 and nowunder the heading of The New Bryan He in part says He is the new Bryan indeed He has learned the game in the bitterly good school of experience and is playingit- to a queens taste Such is the judgment of the Democratic 1paIgn managers who for two days haye been in consultation with their candidate in this city He has both delignted and amazed them Those of themijwho were associated with him in his former battles for the Presidency are utterly surprised at the change that has ome over the man They had heard tiat he 2Vala new Bryan Now th y know they like the me amor hOBisIThe ryan years ago was all ag gressivei ess always combative always argumeri lye always declamatory al ways eager to discuss every question under the sun offhand and at the drop of a hat Organization he cared little about Ideas were the things and man was given speech to make his ideas known There was something magnifi cent about the Bryan of those earlier dayshis beautiful selfconfidence his calm assurance that he could go forth in the land with that agile brain that nimble tongue that splendid voice of his and capture the people char away their prejudices and their fears rally them in sheer fascination to his side and conquer the earth It was magnificent the dream of youth of the idealist of the preacher of the prbselyter of the man of brains and eloquence and the fine self assurance of a glorious strength who no more doubts that the world should agree with him than he can compel it to do so It was magnificent but it was not war It won no victories The new Bryan is making war He has learned his lesson No longer is he the armeld and plumed knight riding full tilt with a serene smile upon his face ago mst the prejudIces of the multitude longer is he trying to arryfheountry by assaujt No longe- is his notto Ill make them believe a I do for meiNow he is trying ardfote way they are inclined t go account and thither is graciously and gracefully willing to lead tiem He has taken a leafout o the be ok of the mot successful states manpalitician of our day and genera t1onfYlr1Roosevelt with whom it ha eyer been a maxim that if you are running or just getting ready t run put yourself at their head and beckon them on The old Bryan was always talking about principles and rights another d bigsounding things The new Bryan sits for six hours in a conferenc painstakingly to raise money how to spend it how to organizationrIghtBryan believes he was beaten in 1896 and 900 because his party was not properly organized and now that he has put Up mind to that sort of thing he astonishes his aids with his skill and ne and under standing and resourcefulness t Take Third Degree Springfield Lodge No 50 F A M was the host to a largecrowd of visit ing brethren at its last meeting Monday Sept7t Bros Burton Allen Adams and Trusty were raised and the degree was conferred by the Lewis Lodge of Louisville Lewis Lodge seht a delegation of fortythree and the neighboring Lodges of Lebanon Bards town Bloomfield Mackville and Willis burg were well represented A smoker was given at the close of the meeting and the bonds of brotherhood were ce mented in social intercourse Lewis Lodge has a splendid team and is com posed of fine fellows who will always welcome in the future The Springfield Lodge has enjoyed a steady growth during the year and under the Acting Mastership of Bro W M Hagan its affairs are in excellent conditions Visiting brothers will always meet the greeting of the Acting Master to visi tors Monday evening Come in the evening come in the morn ing Come when youre looked for come without warning Welcome and love youll find before you And the oftener you come the more well adore you School Opens Monday 4 The Graded School opens here on Monday Sept 14 with Prof George Coivin as principal and a corps of the best teachers to be found in any first class school Under the same management this school has gained a wide rep utation and ranks among the best in the State A large enrollment is ex petted for the opening week and as heretofore there are several from other counties who will attend J Changes Handsi Mr M H Jones has purchased the ice cream parlor and confectionary on Main street from Mr J L Allen hav ing taken possession on last Saturday morning and win continue the business at the same stand Mr Jones is an up todate business man and his wide ac quaintance throughout the county should Ibuild for him a flourishing trade It will be remembered thatMr Jones has for a tine been manager of the poultry house here Notice to the Public Owing to a breakdown I have been unable to fill my orders for the past two weeks I am now running and will be able to serye the public and ask the contin patronagej r Willisburg Roller Mills A Handsome Home Burned Marion Falcon After we had gone to press last Friday morning the news was received in Lebanon that the fine old cquntry home of Mr John AJ Wathen and wife about three miler of town was in flames Mr W was in New Orleans but his wife wa at home and with the aid of the colored woman their cook with presence of mind rare on such occasions saved their clothing silverware cut glass arid china and much fine bricabrac When Mrs Wathen discovered the flames which ihad caught from sparks from the kitcheii chimney falling on the roof she immediately dispatched a colored boy who works on the place for aid andmsaved most of the furniture and effects on tfirst floor but unfortunately some very handsome furniture and a fine ollection of books on the second floor ere burned together with Mrs Wath sns handsome collection of lin ens It was one of the nicest country home m Marion count Vand the whole corm unity sympathizes with them in their loss The loss on the building islestimated at over 4000 with 2000 surance and on their personal effects 25od with 1500 insurance Notice As Jit has been rumored by agents oft veryrMajesticyRange 1 take this method of correct toopleasedfwith y Range which is a Majestic Ifpaid for it if Icould not get another one like it I do not think there is any thesMaje tic and any other stove I think andowants a good one will do well to go to Shulte Riedel Springfield and buy a great Majestic I MRS R H LANGFORD Secure a Certificate Under the State Normal School Law persohst completing certain courses of stud will be awarded a icertificate which permits them to teach anywhere in Kentucky without further examina tion H H Cherry President of the West rn Normal will furnish full in form tion upon application r IIis n j el ll ADVANCE SNOWING OF FaStyesIn Ladies Suits and Separate SkirtsW- E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A GOOD SIZE SHIPMENT of THE CELEBRATED H PALMER H GARMENTS This well known make has never failed to attract favorable notice from all Women who appreciate Good Clothes at a REASONARLE COST COME IN LOOK AT THEM AND TRY THEM ON REMEMBER ifyou fail to find your size in the lot we have just receivedwe will gladly take your measure and have one Made at the Factory For You SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Ve show Cloth Samples of over zoostylesinLadies and Misses Suits Cloaks and skirts ti We also wish to announce tile arrival of a shipment of the Newest Fall Styles in Mens and Boys Suits Shoes and Ba- tsTrunKs t and Suit Cases The ROBERTSON = CLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED Askfor Pardons Manchester Ky Sept 7A peti tion is being circulated in the mountains tor the pardon of W S Taylor Charles Finley and John L Powers It is as follows To His Excellency the Governor of KentuckyWhereas W S Taylor Charles Fin ley and John L Powers have been ref ugees from their State and homes for more than eight years charged with complicity inla conspiracy to murder the late Senator Goebel and denied their liberty or the right to give bail and Whereas It has become manifest that no such conspiracy ever existed but that Henry Youtsey alone was guilty of the crime Whereas andIcivic interests dem immediate elimination of all the agitation and animosities growing out or the Goebel tragedy and Whereas the matter has fortunately to a great extent ceased tobeaIpartisan or political issue and people have with practical unanimity accepted the pardon of Howard as wise and a step in theinI terest of peace and good will among all classes ot citizens and Whereas We believe that a trial of either ot these men under the circum stances wduld be a mockery of justice and that it would renew the agitations and animosities which were partly ob iterated by the pardon of Powers and Howard and that no possible good can come from such a trial Therelore we your petitioners and J citizens of Clay county Kentucky do lmost respectfully petition your exceli yourithese men a full and free pardon that they may return to their respective homes and friends and enjoy the liberty and peace to which eyery free and In nocent man is entitled and which has wrongfully been denied these men for more than eight years j j 1 To all Members of the Burley Tobacco SocietyIattention is hereby urgently called to the fact that the ByLaws of The Burley iTobacco Society provide that on the last Saturday in September ot each year all members of the Society shall meet at 2 p m at their respective voting places and shall elect one of their number a delegate to represent his precinct at an election to be held at the county seat on the first aturday in October of each year for the purpose of electing a director of 3 this Society The precinct delegate not only casts the vote of his constituents in the election of a member ot the District Board from his county but he is also a member of the County Board of Control in his county J In order that the election shall express the will of the members of the So i ciety let every member be at the regular precinct voting place Ut Two p m on the Last Saturday in September Look ye out among you nun of honest report full of wisdom whom ye may appoint over this business Men of integrity business ability and public spirit Do not neglect this important duty and then complain of results The future of The Burley Tobacco Society depends upon the character and ability of the men elected on the County Boards of Control and on the District Board at the ensuing elections 0 Remember the day the hour the place and the importance of your doing your duty in this election All samples of 1907 tobacco should be sent to the central office ait Winchester as early as possible While the days are long and bright the grading can beidone much more satis factorily than when the weather is cold and the skies dark It is greatly to the interest of the farmers as well as to the interest of the Society that sam lesliesent as soon as they can be properly preparedaDone by order of the Executive Committee i Clarence LeBus Chairman 4 t rp i THE I SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 igo8 S i i tHit tH t PUBLIC SALE of Ii 1 FINE FARM I The fine 1d farm belonging to the state of the late Oliver 4Croake situated on the L N railroad and Beech Fork river 10 miles from Springfield and a mile and a half from Fred rcktown w I1be sold at public on thr premises on Tuesday September 2908+ AT 2 OCLOCK P M kt is ot of the rIchest pieces of farm and in Washington It contains 234 acres 180 is Of rich river bottom There ittocounty 150 acreS ot grass and 25 acreS of good tImber The asoil well adapted tu the growing of tobacco some of it + is practically new land tobacco never having been cultivated on it t t is an IDEAL STOCK GRAIN OR TOBACCO IFARM 4iIt is well watered and contains goOf barns andy outbuildings wind ill and other Jmprovetnents Anyone wishing a desIrable homeW 1and a profitable investmentwilt do vell to look at this place There 4Z1will he some one on the place at all times to show partIes over It i TERMS ANNOUNCED ON D4Y OF SALFt 4j EVERETT CROAKE Administrator + 4t s M CAMPBELL AuctIoneer i + t Dr G T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With fout Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY AU Dena1 Work Strictly Fifst class Sprngfie1d Ky Dye tn a oh B1ok VI stairs Local News Notes l 4FoR SALE A good second hand buggy and set of harness G W LYON FoR RENT A four roon1cottage on East Main street occupied itnck Kelly Apply to JOHN SHADER If you want to beautify your home get some of Grundy and Mclntires rugs Sell your eggs and poultry to Grin stead He pays highest market pric- ei At Jones old stand I The best shoes In the wolrlf fud s1 misses bpysfarid mepat Ghllci Mclntires All per Qns having claims against the Washington County Fair Association will present them at once THEO Q CAMPBELL Sec iTe DistrIct Board of Control of the Bhrley Tobacco Society vill convene for its last meeting before the annual election on Sept 15th at Winchester Texasfcy Aug 1908I can rec ommend the Home Comfort Range as I have used one orseveral years I would not take what I paid for my Rangetoday and do without one They are aU hats laimed of them They have no equal fpr baking and requfre very lIttle fuel Respectfully 4RS J M BEGLEY Mr WF G ybaS bought of Mr I John Dodson ot near Maud a farm containing 200 acres possession to be given some tune next year Mr Gray has sold his farm in the Polin section v iTexas Ky Aug 18 1908 I bought a Home Comfort Range several years ago and I have never regretted It J 4moved to Indian Territo y and I carrie1 the Home Comfort with me and brought It back to this county when I came back 100 would no buy my Rang if I could not get another one Thats what I think of the Home Corn fort Respectfully MRS J O THOMPSON REUNIOaA reunion f the Cnfed erate and Federal soldirs wI11 b held dayIThe Masqns who were out from Louisville Monday night to confer th Ma- ters degree on Dr Burton J LIAHen John Leachman and Dr Trusty sopped at the Walton Hotel there were forty SIX in number Phey were loudm their praise in the nrnnagernent of the Hotel ind said the buildIng was a crrdit to the town and would bea creqt to a tOwn three1tnes the size of Springfield A ijam Roberts n is n Hotel doeseverytfiingtopI 1908TAftercookmg ears I am in a positionit reoinmend forjlking1nd H lminis FAIR STO K FOR SAL1As tratorof F M esta e I de hveptyfiyespareg stpckJI N THEO C CAMP ELL Adrnr F 11 Canpbell Brumfield Ky Aug 19 j908I bought a Home Comfort Rge 23 ars ago 6 years ago I bought a new one givingmy old one to my son Theo d one IS still god and in use I can recommend the Home Comfort as have used two of theplJ N IItAM S M Carnjbcll reports obancn court day as being very well attended and quite a lot of stock on the market- He made the following sales One pair 3yeTaro1d mare mules 380 one pair yearoIdt nare mules 348 one pair and 6y arold horse mules 29250 I One bay hor e 61 one colt 4150 one old horse 35 one 10yearoldmare 8250 2l 2yearold mules 98 per head one old mare 35 pne cow and calf 317 one cow and calf 2875 oldbuggie harness etc at any price rSpdngfieid Ky Aug 24 1908This 1s to certify that I have been usinga Home Comfort Range for 14 years and It has alWays given good satisfaction ave peyr spent one cent for rrepairs Jih R4ng9is in perfect condition now will Iat many yearsyct i H E CAsE Go to IGrundy Melntires to get your trunks suitcaes handbags e c uU line at reasonale prices The Springfield Sun 1O0 per year Public Sale of Nelson Go Farmt To closeout the partnership OfWADuvall Cowe willjisel1 on the premises 2 34 miles EAST of BARDS OWN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1908 The most d sirable Caney Fork Farni consisting of 380 acres of un usual1 rich land New modean dweIling large stok barn tyo tobacco barns hold ing twenty five aeres four tenant houses pecessary outhuildings two orchards Farm is well fenced and spendidly watered9ver two hundred and twenty five acres well set m blue grass and rass acres in Wob land about two hun gradeBudeyLand will be two acres as a whole j TERMSOne fourth cash bajance in onc4 two and three years Will also sell a lot of mules of best quality containing weanlmgs yearlings two and year olds and aged mules A lot of sflddlebred horses of Various ages sheep hogs and cattle An excepttonablycomplete assortment of Implements Gasoline Engine Hay Baler Sail blginsatJO cclock Land will be sold at oclock Will b glad to show farm to prospective purchasers any day be fore sale waAsrpuvaIIcoa I IA aoQa aoaeOOOQ OS DDNotesp 0DVisitors In and OutofTownA n RotindUp oftheWeeks o Personal News a- ao80eoa O O OflOO 0eO Q Judge I H Thurman is holding court at Campbellsville4 Miss Rod an Thurman left today for Shelbyville where she wir attend schooL Mr Edd Litsey son Mr A L Litsey left Monday fp Lexington where he wjJnTtrSt e College Bee ShaderwiJI attend college atSt Marys he having left yesterday morn ingto enter the school at that place Mrs Mary Mayes who has been ill for several days is now about well Mr TheO Campbell has been ill for several days but is now better Mr Jack McChord left this morn cng for Danville wherebe will resume his studies in Centre olgr Mr John ShuCk McEJtiy Jr left Tuesday fr Danville and will again attend college inthat city Mrs W F Trusty has returned from a visit to her mother at New Hope Mrs H P McChord entertained at Flinch Monday afternoon Mrs C A Green entertained Fri ay afternoon at Flinch Rev W H Williams has ret rned from a months trip to COlorado Judge and Mrs V E Selecman have returned from aweks stay at Griffin Springs Mrs Hugh Noe and children left Monday tor ColumbIa where Mr Noe is temporarily located Misses Mary and Lydia Wharton spent few days last week in Lebanon the guests of Mrs MahonS rt ana Mrs Will Hagnnand lIttle claughthr hase returned from a visit to Mrs Haganrs mother at Springfield Inn lIrs Rogers Gore and thildren are visiting relativesm HodgelvBIe Master James Lampton has re turned from a visit to friends and rela tives in Tennessee Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlile LitSey have returned to their home in Lebanon alter a visit in the home of Judge arid Mrs Selecnn ILt Miss Emma Rose Poirn hasentered school at St Cathermes Mr Bryant Mil erleft Monday for Liberty Mo wh re he will attend school Mr Chas A Jenson of the Lotils villa Paper Company spendinga few days withrelatives and frIends at Tex as Mr R H Langford was in Danville this week to see hIS sister Mrs Sherman lliott who is ill of typhoid fever Dr J B RoBards of Harrods burg was in town Monday aiid Tues d y Mi Will Hert of Owensboro wfs- ilere Monday to see his grandmother Mrs M K Hayes j Mr ArthJr McGill was in Louis- vIlle last week Mr and Mrs Evan Rogers of Lebanon are visiting at the home of Mr- Fred Hagan Hey R E C Lawson and MrE S Mayes Sr are at Houtonville at tending Presbyteryi Messrs Harry Shultz Parker Med ley and Ben F Simms leftTdday toI attend school atSt Marys Miss Flaget Simms returned home today after a visit to MISS Martha Wailer of Paris Mr and Mrs H L McElroy left today for theIr home mKansas City after a yisit to relatives and friends here MISS Nell Greene and 11r Will Greene vrsitediriehs in aP5twn last weflk Mr and Mrs J R Wharton spent SUlday with Mr and Mrs J R Mil hon of Lebanon Mr Guy Wjggmtol1 of Fairfield is spendinga fCv day here Mrs Virginia Thompson f Bards- town IS Ylsjtlf her brother Mr T Scott May Miss Lucil ed to lier home m LOuIsVIlle Tuesday after a v8it to Miss Mabel Williams Mr L B Cain spent several days last week In Fairfield with the family of Mr Ralph Hagan Miss Mayme Allen mid brother Rue visited relatives in Louisville last week MISS Bertha Haydon has retul11ed rom a visit to relatives in Brdstown Mr Alex Barber who has been in klal10ma City for the past year le- rned home last wcek4 i + f1 I Will You Not Listento Reason I = = = I IFtiI r U iLLyou not let us advise YOU a little bit abbut purchasing COOKING STOVES or RANGES Ve have been in business in Springfield a long tIme and dnngthat tme have learned the needs of the people of Washington c0l1nt1 We hive also searched the markets of the country for the REST and have bought at prices 1 tht enable us to sell at low fiureslVe handle the BEST RANGRS Ijj to us when your range develops a weak point Sometimes the very best ofp amaHlthe range are veik and the range pops open Nine times out Qf ten YPui vrjtingrIoiI buy them out of Springfield i May we not ask you to at least not buy a range unti1yu see our stock and getur prices z f WE iAN SATISFY YOUctI WE CAN SURPRISE yOU WiTH lOW PRICES r II There is np Range made that can successfully compare with thee byIor ree in county are none who- will dispute that It Isa good cooker I The Majestic Range complete for 68Other Ranges from 2600 to45t cIJ 0 OUR MALABLE WROUGHT IRON RANGE Wlll SUIT YOU S IT ISGUARANTEED IJI Shultz Riedel Tr2 jg Mrs Abet of Lebanon spent Sunj day here with her daughter Miss Ie Abel Mr B D Lake was in Lbanon Monday on business Mr and Mrs A L Jenkins who have been visit ng friends and relatives in Nelson county have returned and are spending a few days with Mises Sue and Ella Duncan near town Dr Geo M Shaunty of Louisville spent a few days here this week with his mother Mrs Sallie Shaunty Messrs Ralph McGill and J C Shader Jrspent Saturday in Bards town Messrsclem and Roh McGillof Lebanon Ylsited at the home o Mr S C McGiIllast veek Mrs llayid Litsey and baby have returned from a months stay inLoUIs yule DrVy V Stallard visited relatives im FiLirfield la tj week Miss Mae Bed Gibhs has returned home after a visit to frIends and rlat- iye m Louisville ShQlbyville and Har rOdsburg Misses Mary LIzzie Coomes and Laura Baker were in Lebanon Tuesday r Daily ArrivalS of IFALLMilliNERY My Fall Milliner is being re ceived each day and I now have on display the handsomest line ever seen in Springfield Newest Styles at Lowest Prices Come in and select your Pall Hat Now Remember I am prepared to do aU kinds of trimming at areas liveofMiss Willie Knott1 Miss Margaret Gibbons and Mr George Green of Louisville and Mr- Edmont Lane of Dapyille spent Sun day at the home of Mr J A Shader Miss Mona Cunningham has returned to her home in St Louis after ia visit to Mr anu Mrs Andrew Cunningham MISS grnestine Knott left Monday for Nazareth Where she will attend school Misses Helen Brown and Marvin Jeffers of Louisville spent a few days this week with Mrs R H Shader Mr J Chas Greene has returned to LaGrange after a ViSIt to his par ents Mr and Mrs J F Greene- Mr Alfred Dohoney of Lebanon vas in town Thursday I MISS Mary Byers of Memphis Tenn is the guest of MIsses Marie and LOUIse Barber Miss Lizzie Logsdon is attending school at St Catherines Emmet Jlaugher has returned to his home here after a Visit to friends at laud W F Moran is spending the week in the country as the guest of11r M Reed I 45 1 I Springfield Kentucky1S n t I DR W V 1SPRINGFIELD KY IHONE 72 II All Work TEfll EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger Done in this office is first I cInes in every respect and justM advertiSed GUABANTiD I OvOr McElroy Shaders Groeerr 3 Mr and Mrs Benedict JanesJo reside near town are both qqite illat this writing IMessrs S H Bishop and S J Me ran attended the funeraLofMrRus sell near Mr W F Grigsby is in Louisville- on business today C Miss Margie Bonta ylsited relatives In townfroI Saturday until Monday Mrs S H Bishop visited herpar ents Mr and Mrs H B Bonta at Mt Zion Friday and Saturday James Moran and mothervisitd relatives in Casey county Thursday and In Mr S H Bishop visited his father Fairfield Friday and Saturday rI A BARGAIN IIN EVERY ARTICLE Iif 1exceedinglyI am quite sure you wilt be more than satisfied the Iand Good Qualities and Low Prices I only thing Iask is a visit from prospective buyer If my prices- Iii and goods do not compare favorably with any other stores in Wash J mgton county I shall not expect pou to purchase However I am thoroughly convinced that I can quote LOWER fRICES than a great many other merchants in the county because expense account Idoes not climb hIgh each month I sAVE MONEY BY CUTTING EXPENSES AND GIVE MY CUSOMIRS THE BENEFIT 1II OF MY ECONOMY TilE BEST- TAilORING I STALLARDDDS HarrodsburgMoilday ofHillsboroS 1The I of the largest TailonngEstablishmentsS In theUnited States When you want a suit of clothes IIcome to me Satisfaction guaranteed Lt ie show you my handsome line of samp1es V I would like an opportunity to prove to the trade that what J aay J is correct in every detail I I Carry a Full tine of staple anti Fancy Grocies space ui too limited to quote prIces But remember MY PRICES THE LOW Srr MY QUALITIES THE BEST IMy R C Bottom Mackvine Ky r i o I 0 ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1908 r fnteNew Mayo Based on Successful Play THE MANOf TOEHOi fAT8ON I BY- ALBERT 1 Ii U H71907BYdEORZ ERHUNE CHAPTER liD GJfBroadhursts ALLAS cried Bennett ob livious of his surroundings of everything except that the jrirl he had so long miss ed and who had inspired him toa11 had achieved that she was hI before him It was Dallas herself who brought Thim to a sense of the others presence for as he sprung forward to meet her and eagerly grasped both her out stretched hands the girl bowed in tjnock reverence and answered his ar dent greeting with a demure Good afternoon your honor Dont he begged half in jest Its 10 good to see you again that I I sent word that I had a surprise for you Alwyn interrupted his moth er I knew it would please you But L with a glance at the alderman youreIbusy Perhaps we Not at all mother May I present Alderman Phelan Miss WaUiwright this is Alderman Phelan of the Eighth amended the politician thoroughly jt ease in the presence of the visitors 611 must be goin now your honor I But Dallas had come forward with a smile that melted the speakers em vbarrassment in an instant The Alderman Phelan who gives turkeys to all those poor people at Christmas she asked in genulne Interest Ive often read about The same Ipam at your service assented tile delighted Phelan I fill em with turkey an coal in winter Vtake their wives an kids on outings In summer Ever been to one of the James Q Phelan outings miss No replied Dallas with a perfect i ly grave face Im sorry to say I havent Tell me about them wont you Theyve gotto be seen to be under stood A thousand poor tired wives an white faced spindly kids turned out Into the country for the only Vglimpse of screen grass ian shady trees they ever get all year A thousand mothers an children out in a cool grove with nothing to do but roll around the soft grass a play an eat all the fancy grub they can hold Maybe miss it wouldnt mean a lot to rir7iad a surprise for you Alwyn in dR mother you but if youd been workin an livln an sleepin an stm yInfor twelve months in a stuffy dark smelly back tenement room toil in like a slave to keep food an clothes betwixt the kids an starvation an was barely able to keep body an soul together well maybe then youd understand J What them outings an turkey fests an loads of coal means tp the poor And they wont turn down Jimmy Phelan at Horrigans orders 1 I do understand cried Dallas her cblg eyes bright with tears T under stand and in behalf of all women and hlldren I thank you with my whole Vheart Youre all right miss muttered the delighted embarrassed Phelan at once Vfl loss for words Youre youre all right Ill leave it to his honor If ndeed she Is broke In a suave Voice at whose sound the little spell of sentiment was broken and which caus ed Phelan and Bennett to turn in an noyance toward the doorIscott Gibbs bland well groomed quite Ignoring the other mens lack of welcome stood bowing on the threshold Oh I forgot to tell you Alwyn whispered Mrs Bennett in a hurried aside tp her son astIe latter summoned up sufficient civility to greet the newcomer I forgot to tell you MrfGibbs was calling on Dallas stopped for her and lie asked leave to come along Im sorry but Hpw are you Bennett Gibbs was saying And Mr Phejan too isnt It Alderman Im glad to see you again You remember riIeScott Gibbs I metV Yes saul Phelan I remember you tlastgansnt the dove of peace screechin up atree I didnt know you visite l the city halltooVI dont as a rule answered Gibbs I came here with Mrs Bennett and Miss Wainwright I wanted a gliinpso of the man vho can make one pen stroke that will send Borough Street railway stock up to 100 or down to 10 Do you mean broke in Dallas that Mr Bennett can really have such an effect on the stock marketV Thlit and more Gibbs assured her Why tlie more rumor that he meant to veto the Bpronghs franchise lull ihas sent the stok tumbling eight point since the market opened today What powerfor one man est claimed the girl turning to Bennett in surprise And are you going to veto if jestjInglywith a laugh Of course he isnt It wOuld be trio hard upon his friends unfair and unkind to say the least JBiit why 1 queried Dallas forestall ing Alwyn who was about to speak Because cut in Gibbs before pen- n tt could interfere the men who are hacking the Borough bill are the men who made him mayor It wouldnt be square for him to turn his new power against the very men who gave jhin that power Now would itV By the men who are backing the bill vhorn do you mean t asked Ben nett Oh 1 just spoke in generalities As m matter of fact the break in the price today was lucky for those who wanted to buy An your firms doin most of the Ubuyln Im told Interpolated Phelan VWG have a treat deal of the stock a admit said Glbts so you see Bennett you can make me or break misplace myself in your hands I see you are taking a most unfair advantage of me Mr Gibbs retorted hayenoirIghto appeal But I was only You were trying to influence my action toward the Borough bill You cannot do It Why I didnt think youd be abgr at VI Im not Lets drop the sulject please I only answered Miss Wainwrights questions I Well leave Miss Wainwrights name out of the matter please replied Ben nett sqntedIGlb iconstriud I didnt Good day lilt be on my way too announced the awkward tuse LajliesImof you knows as poor woman vneedln a turkey or a family wantin an ou lug just drop me STline an Ill see hey get it Anthey neednt come from my ward neither Thats bad politics alderman laughod Bonnett its good humanity though Theres tvothlngs I love to dc1lrst to dbwn the man whos meeneny an second to give good times to folks whos stran gers to fun Goodby your honor I 1i9ladiesAl W yn said Mrs Bennett nsj the alderman bowed himself out flth many flourishes I want to see n thlai Can 1 go into her office is she too busy Ill be back IjOIor miiiutes Dallas and bring me4 I know how anxIous she isj tc see yqu again I 9iinkOfwyu as the old lady bustled into the Inner room leaving Dallas and liin self alone Perhaps Dallas too udder stood for her manner was less aspired than usual as her eyes met his It is so good so good to see you agatnr he snle1HIt seems years In1 stead of months since you went away But lion splendidly youve filled the1 time And what a magnificent figh you Alwyn made I was so proud of you Really I remember you once said I was a mere Idlera rich mjins son and that you werent at all proud of me That Is past We must forget It You are awakenowVForget it Not for worlds I owe f Ian niy success to you Dallas it was ur face that strong hened me when there seemed no hope It was the memory of your words that kept me brave and made me resolve to wI- nagnlnstall odds You were my in spiration the light in my darkness At each step I thought Dallas would be glad or Dallas would not approve of this And I steered my course accordingly to victoryV 4NVO no murmured the girl It was your own courage your strength Not mine ft was your faith in me Do you know I think no man ever ac ThereItisknow of her existencebut shes in the heart of the man who Is making the fight He battles in hOn name as did theknights of old and the triumph Is- hersluot hte Whether his reward is crown of love or the erown of thorn sIre the inspiration VThen if I had a share in your suc cess l ai very happy Alwyn for your ttlCmanthe ojden days on the football field Oh I am proud ofymiyery very proud There isa glorious future le fore you That allrcsts in your dear hand cried Alwjn Dallas Its all the TSayas the door from the outer office was banged open and Horrigan red faced and angry burst in I understand t hat youve Oh I didnt know you had a lady call ing on you he broke off- Well I have retorted Bennett furious at the untimely intru s I 0 IIIngrall should have told you that at the door I dont stop to heal what folks Dont Jtccp me wait Horrinun Inq long saUl tell iie atdoors Ill wait outside till youre aloneVD itt trouble to wait Goodby You can bet Ill trouble to wait snarled Hprrigan Theres something nndl have got to settle today Understand Ill be outside Dont keep me waitlug long CHAPTER VI W HAT a strange man exclaimed Dallas Walnwrigh In wonder as the anteroomIdoor slammed boss And what utterly abominable manners Who Is he Alwyn Horrigan Richard Horrigan the The boss Yes He has a pleasing way of stamping into this office un asked as If he owned It and as If I were his clerk But todnjs behavior was the worst yet its got to stop But dont do or say anything reck less Alwyn Promise me Remember how stroiig he is Tliere s no danger of Ills letting me forget his said Bennett with a bitter smIle IIeH But youll be careful wont you Please do for my sake And you mustnt keep him waiting If theres- a way out through Cynthias office well go by that Goodby Ill explain to your mother No you must go now Office business must comeI first Wont you call this evening be home and alone Despite Bennetts remonstrances she was firm and it was in no pleasant frame of mind that the mayor threw himself into a seat when he was left alone in the rooniV That the talk vlth Dallas which had promised so much for him should be thus rudely interrupted That Horrigan flung open the door and stumped In The boss anger had by no means subsided In the few moments of delay hut hud rather grown until it vibrated In his every word und gesture He wasted no tluio In formalities but came to the point with all the tender grace antI tact of a pile driver Look here Beirnett he rumbled menace underlying tone and look Im told Phelans been here this afternoon What did he want uTo see me answered Bennett calm ly the effort at self control visible only in the whitening of the knuckles that gripped the desk edge What did he want to see you about A business matter What business matter IiiieVYours eh sneered Horrigan Well young man I want you to un derstand here and now that no one can be chummy with Jim Phelan and be my man at the same time Got that through your head Yes aetd Bennett I think I have And wmle were speaking plain ly I want you to understand here and now that no one can bully me either here or elsewhere and that Im no mans man Have you got that through your headVVVV Horrigan stared in savage amaze ment He doubted if his ears played him false Bmnett had alwaysI treated the boss with uniform cour tesy and Horrigan belonged to the underIstandtween gentle breeding and weak cowardice That a man should speak to him courteously and not interlaM hip talk with oaths obscenity or rough ness seemed to Horrigan as it does to many another boor an evidence of timidity and lack of virility A Damas cus blade is u far more harmless looking weapon than a bludgeon yet It is capable when the necessity arises of far deadlier work It is only the man whose gentleness has not granite strength as its founda tion who deserves the newly popular term of mollycoddlef Had Hornigans large experience with men been extended to embrace this fact he would probably never have picked out Alwyn Bennett in the first place as candidate for nayoi not deemed the younger man af fit tool for the organizations crooked Work The French nohs of the old regime whose polish of manner was the envy of the world fought like devils on occasion and went to death Jn the scaffold with a smile and a jest on their lips while sameIhistory of tie organization than with that of France hejncel deeming Ben netts reply a mere sporadic Hash of defiance from a property cowed spirit he resolved to crush the rebellion at a blow IJQnt give me any antIIroared I wont stand for it Moreover quietly icontiiiued Ben nett as though the boss had not j spoken I shall be very much obliged If in future you will knock at my door instead of bursting in jm me This is my private office not yours Do iiieumVIyeexplalncd as c early as I can just what I mean If you dont understand me I cant supply you with InI ielligeface Bennett said the boss his burn lag njge steadied down to a white heat far more dangerous but le5sinI coherent you and me are much and spying too little Weve got to cone to a sliowdown Youre a clev er bov and you made a rattling good fight and youre on the right side of- the public and of the press too Youre the bet material weve got and if you try arid do the right thing theres no limit to what you can rise tobut only If you clo the right thing Tile right thing echOed Bennett What do you mean by the right thingV1 mean youve got to do the right thing by the nien who put you where you are todayV Thats fair But who put me where I am today V CcidI Dick Horrigan Who ever heard of you till I took you up No body If I didnt make you mayor who did Id like to know The voters The people of this cityVThe voters scpffed Horrigan The deuce thejr did Who had yo1J nomi nated You did But It was the public who elected me and Im going to obey your orders in one thing Im going to do the right thing by the men who Pout me where I am today Im gplng to piy the voters for their trust in me by giving them n fair and square ad ministration In the ease of this Bor bugh Street railway franchise bill for Instance tapping the document lying before hIm oh lila desk before I sign that bill I intend to make sure its forth good of the peopfe that it Is for the good of tie city not merely for the good of Richard Horrigan and a clique of hiV friends and hee1ersVNo dont swear Itll do you no good Im firm on this matter If youre discon tented with me its your own fault I warned you months ago that if I was elected 1 should keep my oath of office As for this Borough bill As for this Borough bill broke iii Horrfgan savagely youll sign It If you dout Well queried Bennett as the boss paused choked by his own fllrUI dont sign it what thenVIf you dont your political career is ended from this time on See Its ended Smashed flat YOu think of yourself as a fine promising young man whos on the road to the goer olsl lp and maybe to the White whatIfuture will be what Dick IIornig n chooses to make it I lifted you up and I can tearyoti down Just as easy And whats more by Ill do It If you dont sign the Borough bill Im a man of my word and before ever you were nominated I pledged my word to have that bill put through The bill paid your election expenses It I paid my pwnt election expenses You knotv that Your personal expenses perhaps But who paid for parades halls bun ners fireworks speakers advertise ments kers and watchers and all the other million things that elected yourrhe meii behind that Borough bill paid them And they did it on the understanding youd sign the billrIn other words remarked Ben nett you made a bargain for me Well I cant keep itV Oh Ill keep it all right Youll sign that bill or youll Mr Horrigan exclaimed Bennett controlling his temper with more and more difficulty you said something just now about our coming to a show down This Is the time for it I want you to remember henceforth that 1 wear no mans collar yours or any one elses and that you cant deliver any goods you ve bargained for In my name If I sign that bill it wont be VVVV under your orders hut because I think It right Oh laughed Horrigan who thoughtII he began to see the drift of ers mind I dont hold out for that dont care why you sign it as long asI you do sign It VV What do you think about the bill youIWhat do I care Its got to be signed and care And I think the bill is fraudulent Getting tender in the conscience arent you WellVIf you put It that way yes I think this Borough bill is crooked from first to last ButVWhats the matter with it Aint Let me explain pursued Alwyn This bill gives the Borough Street Railway company the right to use whatever motive power they choose to It gives them the right to charge five cent fares without any transfers In one paragraph theres a clause permit ting them to build a subway if they want one BYanother paragraphs concessions they can build a conduit and lease it out for telephone or telegraph wires By another they can do an express business But all these provi sions are as nothing compared to the fact that the bill gives the streets above and below ground to the Bor ough company forever and ever not for a term of yearsbut until the end of the world It delivers that route to butIscendants to its terms That Is the chief outrage of the whole thing To think that timeVlOp1cye got a howling reformer In the mayors seat have we scoffed HoirignnIf Id known that The people have got a man who IsV trying to protect their rights and piop erty Heres a letter IV received today Youll recognize the name of the capitalist who wrote it You know he Is boldest as well as wise This IshIs1 proposition He will pay 2000000 for that same franchise give the city 10 per cent or the gross receipts and turn over the whole plant to it at the end of fifty years What do you think of thattIts a fake It is a bona fide offer He volun teens to deposit 1000000 to bind the bargain Now what I want to ask you Mr Horrigan is this If tim fran chise is worth 2000000 why are you and your faction in the board of alder men so anxious to give it away for nothing VVVLOOk herej blustered the boss I I am looking returned Bennett Ive been look ng deeper into It than you realize I asked you a question just now Ill answer it myself in one word Graft That is why you want to give away a franchi se that is worth 2000000 Ic Graft snored Horrigan confemptu ously The same old reformer howl Whats your idi aof graft anyway Graft is unearned Increment Money to which the recipient has nb legal or moral right That Is So Then show me the man who aint a grafter A lawyer shows his client how to evade the law and he takes a fee for doIng It Whats that but graft Amagazine takes pay for printing an advertisement its editors know ISVa fake Whats that Graft When a congressman votes for an ap propriation because another congress man has agreed to vote for one of his whats that Graft When a fiv j thousand a year senator retires at the end of ten years worth a million whats that Graft A police captain on 2 750 a year buys yachts and country estates Graft How about the rail road president who gets stock free in a corporation that ships Over his road or the insurance man or banker who gives or takes fat Icans on fancy se curities and clears 1000 per cent Grafters all pf em Grafters Every one grafts who can or who isnt too stupid Show mea man who doesnt graft and Ill show you avfool Present compunc iibi ex Ipted Thats vkhere youre wrong return ed Atywn iirsioriu tin slur and speak lug wth a Indira quie oddly at contrast win the boss vehemence The iman who said Honesty is the best pol icy knew what he was talking about It pays best not orily hereafter But here as well Why did Missouri choose Folk for governor Because in spite of his faults he is honest Why was La Follette sent to the Senate from Wisconsin Because faults and all he was honest Why did the people of this country make Roosevelt their pres ident Were they blind to his faults and foibles No but they knew he was honest I am honest This bill isnt That Is why I wont sign It HY6u wont eh roared Horrigan Theu veto it Veto it if you dare Ill not only smash your political career but Ill pass the bill over your veto Thatll show you pretty well how you ami ine stand as to pow r In the city Ill make you the laughingstock of the administration by taking the whole thing out of your hands and passing it III spite of you I doubt it answered Bennett pal ing but meeting coolly the fiery vrath in Horrlgans little red eyes I intend to fight your Borough bill In the alder manic chamber and outside that coun- cIl To pass a bill over my veto youll have to get a twothirds majority That means fourteen votes You have only your solid thirteen And Ill make it my business to see you dont get a fourteenth vote Ill look out for that all right all rightVOne thing more Mr Horrigan I have reason to believe there Is bribery in this matter Ill ferret out the name of every man who gives or takes a bribe In connection with the Borough franchise bill and Ill send everyone of them to jail not only the aldermen but the capitalists who are behind gotQIs that so chuckled t itwhothe man youll have to jail first of all Mr Charles Wainwright uncle of the girl youre trying to marry He leaned back to note the effect of his revelation but Bennetts VfaceVmoved no mnscle gave no hint of what lay beneath Besides went on Horrigan eager to press his advantage everv cent Now go ahead and do as ynu Uke said HorrlQan iI Miss Wain wrights fortune and of her broth ers has been p 1t by Wainwright into Borough j stock If the franchise is beat en that stock will collapse andV Miss Wain wright will be 11 pauper Youll beggar the girt youre In love with and her young brother VjfV you veto thatblhl4 Nowgoaheadanddo It was Horrigans trump card and he had played it well WhIte si lent Bennett walked back to J hIs desk The fight seethed Vail knocked out of him Heavily he moved like aV thin overexhausted Picking up a pen he wrote rapidly then cast aside the pen crossed to thewindoAtjanqVlooked out into the snowy crowded park lou ye signed the bill r cried Hor rigan in delight Tve vetoed it replied Ben ttdICHAPTER VIL T Irwake spread a trail of incredulous amaze Every member from alderman to heeler knew why HortigauWhadi made Bennett mayor That the latter should turn against his benefactor seemed not only black ingratitude but something akin to insanity for ft ap parently spelled political suicide toe the young maiV While neither of the disputants hatE repeated the details of the quarrel yet those detail with many another wereV already passing from mouth to mouth in the mysterious fashion wher by thOV closest kept secrets are divulged and enlarged on Iri the financial world too the veto came as a boiubshellJ Borough Street railway stock fell with a thud that shook more than one colossal fortune Bennett central point of the whole upheaval was the Calmest man of all who were Involved He find chosen his course and he was followr Ing it with a dogged quiet far moreVdangerous than any loud mouthed blus ter He had laid out a campaign and that campaign fhe rigidly followed His first step was to send for Perry Wainwright early in the morning following the clash with Horrigan and under strict pledge of secrecy to explain the whole complicated affair tp that very bewildered oung man Youre all right A wyn Youre alt the goods crowed Perry in genuine admiration But Thy didnt your backheel Horrigan and throw hint downstairsiVI think I did sail Bennett dr3lyV I think Im still doing it Thats why I sent for you iouay Want me tolick hi n for yon 1 ask ed Perry In delight Hernsbit over my weight but 1 wo ldnt mind past aig No Interrupted Bennett amuse at the lads vehemence I want 700 to play the melodramatic brother andt protect your sister Say snorted Perry all the light taess gone out of his manner and hist young frame stiffening ominously dyou mean to say the cur is framing up any game on Dallas i4Sit down ordered Alwyn and try to use what little human Iritelllgence you may have Pve got to have your help and what use are you when nlL you can think of is getting thrashed yrsomebody Sit down now and listonv to me Perry meekly obeyed the new UOeV of command in his friends voice a4dV Bennett resumed Your unple has tried to hamper r4eV f by putting all your fortune and Dalla into Borough Street raIlway stool L The news of my veto will teach toe exchange almost at once That will cause a slump in Borough stock If Horrigan falls to carry the bill through over my headand be will fall If I can possibly block himthat will meanthe practical collapse of the stock It will mean that you and Dallas will be almost pennilessVWell suggested Perry cheerfully then you can marry Dallas and little brother Perry can come and live with you Dont worry old chap I Shut up you young Idiot and sit down and listen Heres a check also a note of Introduction to my broker Hes a close mouthed fellow and hell keep the secret 1 want you to sell Borough stock short to the amount 9f To speculate Gee I never thoughtVI dont believe In speculation aa a rule but this time Its the only way out Sell short Then if the bill IB defeated you and Gladys will still bp as well off as you are now even after paying me back this sum Ive advanced If the bill is passed over niy head the stock will boom and youll both be richer than ever Understand the idea I think Ive arranged it so you and she wont lose a dollar in either case t Alwyn cried Perry the tullldea at last penetrating hIs youthful brain youre the whitest ever The Hold on 1 dp thIs on one condl r 1 I T 4 i a ji I I II THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1908 17tlon 4Oh On condition you promise solemnly that neither Dallas nor any one else shall know my share In IL Promise But Oh wen all right then But Dal Ias ought to No she oughtnt Now clear out Im busy Dont waste any time going to my broker official ButHlong as I fan Im on So long old chap Enter Perry the Lamb Into Bear and Bull vllle Let Horrjgan Co indulge In a timely trembleSScarce had Perry departed on his mission when Phelan was announced Your honor he shouted as he first caught a glimpse of Bennett Youre all aces Nothin to It Friend Horri gans bitin holes in the ceilin Hes ob you neednt look so mum Im wise I havent spent ten years and close on a million bucks in scrapln together a private secret service SjMtem Perry Wainwrtght t for nutliin Youve signed the bill 1 t squeals ITorrigan No you big stiff says you Ive vetoed it Now goI chase yourself before I knock y from under your hat says you Them was the very words so Im told I congratulate you on your secret service men laughed Bennett They eem to have a wonderful faculty for quoting ones remarks literally but But did I come here to ladle out hot air to you 1 supplemented Phelan tNo I didnt I come to tip you off to I fl meetin thats held last night at Wainwrights househim an Horri garTan Gibbs an some others Inclood in Hen Williams whos Horrigans mouthpiece an handy man in the beard of aldermen Didnt happen to hear of that meetin did you I uNo I am unfortunate in having no secret service corps j uNever mind returned Phelan on whom the satire of the reply was quite lost You can get the benefit of mineI Now at this meetin they did a Jabberin an they cussed you up hill an down dale Says Horrigan If that jrjjung cubrThanks interpqsed Alwyn but I t1meyou do want to hear They got busy at last an framed up a new word In for the Borough bill thatll maybe throw dust in your ees if you aint put on to it In advance Theyve cut out the subway paragraph an the express business clause an they allow trans fers at all cross lines Thats the theyll put the bill up to the ald wayI Inext time A nice harmless document itll be an1 perhaps the board svaller it ifiBut do the alterations in the blllI also eliminate the perpetual fra clause iItAh theres the point They dont All the other things you kicked against r have been wiped out but the perpetual franchise clause stands And the 2000000 cash offer stand too added Bennett I still fail to see why I should present Mn Wain wrl company with a franchise for whichI another man is willing to pay 2000000 and I shall fight the bill toI the very end Good boy your honor An Jimmy Phelans with you Well make Horri gan look like He needs fourteen votes to carry the bill past my veto He has his thir teen aldermen under Williams lend But only those thirteen votddfor bill In its original state Unless thaI gan and Williams can find a alderman to Unless one of the men who voted against it before can be brought to vote foi It next time Horrigan loses answered Phelan Hell make it hisI business to buy a fourteenth man an Ill make it my business to find out Slho he tries to get an to help your honor keep that same fourteenth man straight Thats how it adds up so far Well Pllbe Joggin Ill keep you post ed an between us well make Horn gan givea livin picture Imitation of a man without a scalp befQre were Ithrough with him Little of Phelans exultation was re flected in the new mayors face as the alderman bustled out His duty lay Sclear before him and that duty he would follow But he alone realized S the cost He had so counted on the promised talk with Dallas WaInwrIght the preceding evening On the hopes of that Interview he hap staked his all i In it he was to have received the halt pledged reward for his months of toP Ilqndtions 11t of course visit the financiers hornet The doors oft the house that contained the woman he loved had been barfed to ihavelioCHAPTER VIII 11 theirJfour1teenth erts of the Third Hes the alderman that Horrigans trying to put tile Indian sigu on Weve got to nail him if we cnn- Yaure sure Its RQberts 1 asked Bennett in the same undertone fullIcrowded reception foyer just off the ballroom Am I sure Its Roberts echoed Phelanm I sure Might as well ask me am I sure Chesty Dick Horri gtm Is qrooked Ive gotthe facts down straight Them secret service chaps of mine beIIbe nlnt goin to get him if Jim hand dont turn out to bt all deuces an trays An Keep an eye on him and dont let him go away without my knowing It pastImatter He has a reputation for being honest If only Heres Alwyn Mrs Bennett came Perry Wainwrjghts voice from the doorway In here Say your honor your honorable honors honored mother has mE looking everywhere for you And now that Ive reunited the long lost mayor and his anxious mam- ma Ill chase off and find my purtu for the next waltz I wish It rI Cyntljila Ever dance with Cynthia Alwyn I Poetry of motion and all that Like a wan oror aoh good even ing alderman I didnt see you Are yoil dancing tonight t Dancinn repeated Phelan in high disgustliDo I look it Its enough to be harnessed Into this apen golnjtowithout tqn to dance too At a show of this kind I feel like a pair of yellow shoes at a funral So long your honor Even Mrs Bennett Theres the mUsic startin son he added to Perry as he started for the barroom 1 heard It said the lad but Im In ho wild hurry Thought you said you had a part ner to look up- I have one of Judge Newmans daughters Ever see her I thought not or you wouldnt have wondered why I wasnt in a hurry Better late than IAre you having a good time moth tt was asking tjhe little 01 lady as he found a seat for her dIYes she answered Arent youV peoIpltogether You arent having n good time AII wyn she contradicted gently Youre unhappy aljout something Tell me Nonsense nbe denied wjth a laugh I fOreedI You are thinking of Dallas my Is anything wrong between you anil her What has happened 1j sullenIY1Butheart ached for the grief her son was trying to hide Something has happened Alwyn1 she declared and I want what so that I can help you You love ihcrind that day she came back front Europe I feltsufeshe loved you w Is holding you two apart at1 Nothing that can be helped you never go to see her or IBn can lfJ You know my attitude her uncle Ubu IMI iiill 0J hen while site is in his house I exposed his relations toward the Boroqgl Street railway franchise bill famll fighting him and his iniquitous with every means In my power Dalll las lives I hadnt thought of that You poorr boy But surely And something more Her money and iPerrys are invested in Borough stoctts By beating that bill I seem wreckingIranged with Perry to avert this but she doesnt know of that And OrletBecause It Isnt her gratitude I want I want her to love me IBut dont you see in the meantime a W eav nyouare putting into Mr Wainwrights hands Suppose he tells Dallas of your enmity to him and lets her know you are seemingly trying to impoverish hrand her brother Hoi nstliIvevised Borough bill comes up before the aldermen again for the final fight When its settled one way or the other I can go to her and explain Mean time Meantime she la here tonight with Mr Wainwright Have you seen her Only for a minute Did she treat you with the same friendliness the same interest as of old Dont think Im inquisitive dear I only ask all these questions because I love you I know he answered pressing her hand as It lay on his arm yet I can hardly answer you for I hardly know In h presence I am not at ease be cause I cant tell her everything and she seems ill at ease because she knows there something dont tell her Oh Then why dont you clear it up f Its a wretched position for us both Then why sdont you clear It up By going to ler and saying Dallas I am exposing you- runcle as a d1am JandWill you marry rthe1onlyAfter that I can go to her ami make it a1l clear Before Mrs Bennett could r ply Perry returned to the ballropin Cynthia at his side Then why not give me the next one too the tad was pleading If one twosteps good two twosteps are twico as good Please But see expostulated Cyi thia showing him her card The nect is Mr Gibbs Ive tQld you thnt twl e I wish IGibbs all the luck to the world observed Perry benevok ntly as he deposited Cynthia on a fauteuil beside her chaperon Mrs Bennett wish him so much good luck tint if hed slip and brertli both his leg Id pay for a cob to take him home Look out please begged Cynthia Hes coming Thenext Is ours I think Mss Gar rlson said Gibbs entering from the ballroom with Dallas on his arm j hope well have better fo une thali Miss Wainwright and l rtHep does not seem to suit tiers tonight No 4m afraid the fault was mine protested Dallas Im a little tired I think May I sit here with you a few minutes Mrs Bennett she add ed as Gibb bore Cynthia away for their danceI You dont seem very fond of Mr Gibbs Perry observed Mrs Bennett noting young Wainwrights scowl of impotent wath Not fond enough to make me want to live in the same world with him Mrs Bennett youre too pretty to be just a chaperon Come and dance this twostep with meI Please do He noddert with vast significance toward Dallas and B nnett and the little old lady catching the idea accept ed with alacrity Im so glad even to get this minute with you began Alwyn when he and Dallas were alone Its so long since Since you came to see meL Yes but that Is your fault Alwyn why havent you called since 1 came home Dont you know why Dallas No Are you certain you dont know II dont knqw absolutely she fal tered Oh there are so many things I dont know absolutely What Is one of them For one thing you and I used to be luch good friends and That is past said Alwyn firinlj There can be no talk of mere friend Ihlp between you and me Dallas must be everything or nothing to you Tonight l cant speak as I want to butI can ina veryTew days Trust me till then You know I am fighting Mr Wainwrights Interests and Yes she replied bitterlyly un cle gives me no chance to forget that Dont think Im fighting him for m- own amusement I must oppose him or else give up a fight that I set out to win And I urean to win it Thats the same old fighting spirit I used to try so hard to awaken in yout said Dallas a faint note of ad miration 10 herrlch voice I told you once it always took a blow to arouse you That blow has evidently been struck It has been struck he acquiesced with a sad ghost of a smile- S saw the haggard linek about his mouth the tired look Ui his eyesandf- t lump came Into her throjit She lean ed forward Impulsively but 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LTHESPRINGFIELDSUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1908 UNCLE JOHNNIE BURNS 4 Onv Instrumental Music in The feA Church Continued from last weekt Lets see how complete God has united Zion and Jerusalem Of Zipn this and that man was born in her there are three bIrths one into the kingdom of nature see Job 141 man that is born of a woman one into the kingdoms of grace see St John 33 Except a man be born again he cannot see the Kingdom of God and one into the Kingdom of Glory see Romans v29 that he might be the first born among many brethren Inspiration has riot only said that we are born in Zion but Jerusalem which is the mother of us aH see Gal 426 God through the Lord Jesus Christ has vouchsafed to us a church in which we can serve honor and glory His name not only with the whole soul and body but with the organ as well My good Brother is ready to say that looks very plausible We learn in St John 1426 that they sung a hymn and went out That is true my Brother We have already settled the fact tHat under the law of Moses instrumental music was a command of God Was not this under the law You say yes And furthermore did you ever stop for one moment tp think see Bible dictionary page 79 Music in the books of the Law nothing is said either of music or its use in the public services We are no dealing with a system of vocal and instrumental music that dates back asfaras we have any account and perhans almost as old as the Bible How strange it is that in allo Gods books that with a pure heart there has not been a hint a suggestion a reflec tion or intimidation much less a re striction either human or divine on or against instrumental music in divine tosaymoreApostl s either hinted suggestedor expressed an idea detrimental to the use pf the harp We will all admit the fact that vocal and instrumental music have walked together heart toheart and hand to hand almost froth time immemorial Then if 1 am right tp sing would itnot infer and include the harp also Will rny Brother lay his finger on one scripture that rejects or restricts the rgan or harp in church worship God by a command has placed the organ in the church who dare take itoutIOne is ready to say that is all very well but thissupper and song was for the new institution Very well then if you will have it so let us say that Christ had become displeased with the melody of the viols and rejected it Lets see St Luke 15 C Christ does not only heap incomiums on the Fath ershead but his heart as well see y 25 and speaks 3 f the sweet music And they sang a hymn and went out This was for the new covenant Very cel1see Heb 1020 A new and living way see Heb 88 A riew cove nant see 2 Cor 517 New creature see Eph 215 New manseePs 14913 Sing a new song Will you let me introduce David as to how thsnew song is sang see Acts 1322L I found David a man after mine own heart see- Ps 8920 I have found David my servant with my holy oils have I anointed him see Acts 230 Being a prophet hear David sing unto the Lorda new song Let them sing praises unto him with the timbrel and the harp Let the children of ZIOn be joyful in th ir king and1songthe guest chamber 15 v And he wilL show you a large upper room furnished What is a guest chamber See Web ster an apartment appropriated to the entertainment of guests We use different WOrds to express the same idea Parlor the Jewish guest chamber or room1 we can safely say was furn ished with instruments for music I have a parlor poorly furnished but it has an organ and it is a fact in all par lors Yes yes Did they sing that new song Can any one say they failed to sing that song cohtrary to the direc tiohs of the Prophet of GodNo My Brother says speaking in psalms in singing the psalms there were a number of instruments used and making melody in your he singIngIt Lord We have two facts us first sing second and make melody in the heart to the Lord not with or having Jmelody in the hearttout making onelpdy If we fail to agree let the P ophet speak Take away from me the noise of thy songs tor I will not hear 1the melody of thy viols How is that melody made to God ThePrpphet says bf instruments What say you my Brother Having answered all of the questions given met will adduce but a few more cnptures see Rev 152 3 Having the harps of God in the same sense as the House of God the Church pf God theSongs of God the Sons of Gpd the Redeemed of God their all for Gods tglorylev 143 As it was a new gong what was that song Not only of Moses and in fact the Lamb by faith tbut of Moses in fact and the Lamb through faith see Heb 356 And Moses verily was faithful in Mall his i L house but Christ as a son over his own house Whose house are we They sung as it were a new song the song of Moses and the Lamb having the harps of God That song had been sung by promise prophesy nd by faith but now in What was thet new song Redeeming grace and dying love How was it sung See Ps 14913 Sing unto the Lord a new song Let them sing praises unto him with the timbrel and harp My good Brother does not the Psalmist accord with Rev 152 Having the harps pf God IHave we not fully set forth to the the use of the harp or organ in church worship in command jn promise and in fulfillment and fact Praise God in the heart in the song and in the organ Let all His hosts praise Him Praise the Lord bless His name 1jlIARDESTV The farrnersof thi vicinity tafe busy housing their tobacco Misses Bell Birch and Olhe Sutton of Willisburg spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Ollie Gray and sis ters Mr Sam Goodlett and wife pf near Springfield were guests of his parents Mr and Mrs W S Y Goodl tt Saturday and Sunday Mr Evan Sales wife and children of Hillsboro spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Lucy Sales Mr H T Virgin spent Wednesday night with Mr JH Gray Messrs Joe and John Grace spent Sunday with Mr Herbert Hardesty Miss Jda TJaydpn our popular young school teacher and Miss M rtha Gray spent Thursday night with Mr John H rdesty and family Mrs J H Gray and daughter Ollie spent Friday with Mr Frank Carney and family of Moor sville Several from here attended churchat New Hope Sunday That Skeleton r Lebanon Enterprise Hundreds have viewed the skeleton brought from Scotts Ridge this county a few weeks ago to the Enterprise office and as yet it stands a puzzle The vast majority of visitors pass it up as soon as they see it saying there is nothing living in these parts now that has a skeleton like this one Prof W F Pate says it is the frarie of spme prehistoric animal he believes but was unable to class it Uf W W Cteaver who came in to see it Tuesday Afternoon h sa theory of his own whichat least makes a good story whether i explams what kind of animal the bpnes belong to or not That skel tmhte said without looking atSit is the skeleton of the Devil He then went on to explain When Iwas a boy nine years old Joe Allen an inhabitant of Scotts Ridge who often came to my fathers farm on Clear Creek while hunting one day saw a strange animal in the woods The rifle which was carried by everyone whether hunting or not in that day was called intp service as he stpodin what he thought was a safe place The strange animal which he at price desig natied as the devil was rooting in the leaves He waited until its side was in right position for a choice shot when he raised his trusty gun and fired The smoke had hardly cleared wfien the devil in a heap all doubled up rolled toward him He fled Running with all speed to all his neighbors he told thethof the strange animal hehad seen and which he attempted to kill andof its strange onduct after lie had shot it The neighborhood was soon in a state of alarm and the oeople were not long in gathering up their rifles and dogs and every other thing available used in that day to protect themselves against an enemy Allen and his auxiliaries air duly armed were soon in the vicini here the strange animal had last Ity seen Every noise alarmed the hunters until Allen discovered the bo y of the animal lying close tothe big sycamore log upon which he had stood a fiew hours JJefpre and fired the shot which had pierced its heart The ani mal was nead Allen had never seen anything like it 4ind did not now what it was and cpncluaed it must be the devil though in fact it waSja big bear It was believed it had made its wav there from the Cumberland mountains and for sometime a vigilant watch was kept for its mate which everyone be lieved was in the vicinity The mate was never found Dr Cleaver says that for years this killing of the bear was referred to as the capture of that devil andwhen he read the story of tHe skeleton in the Enterprise this old story of the killing of the devil occurred to him and at once he put it downthat this skeletPn might be the skeleton of that old bear which was shot seventy years ago by Joe Allen a rugged citizen of the pioneer type who firmly believed at the time he had shotU the devil To the question Do you Believe this to be the skeleton of a bear Doctor hesaiduInev r saw the skeleton of a bear in my life and I do not know whether it is or not The long straight ribs on the top of the backbone is what puzzles all who have seen the skeleton Three Weeks Campaign Tour Fairview Lincoln Neb Sept 6 William J Bryan left here at 4 oclook today over the Rock island railroad fpr Chicago and thus began a three weeks campaign tour which will carry him intothe Middle West the Eastern States and back through the West into South Dakota before returning home Perhaps no recent news afforded the Democratic candidate for President so much interest as the announcement that Mr Taft proposed making a tour IVjIr Bryan regarded his opponents de cision apa distinct vindicatiqn n of his course in present as well ahis two previous campaigns when he tracked over the country and delivered political speeches When asked if he had any comment to make on the subject Mr Bryan said Well I am getting a great deal of consolation out of the way the Presi dent and Mr Taft have been doing I used to be called hard names because I advocated an income tax and now the income tax has been indorsed bv the President and Mr Taft I used to be Bitterly denounced because I favored railroad regulation Now the President and Mr Taft have brought that reform into popularity and I am no longer con sidered dangerous I used tp get a good deal of criti ism because I favored tariff reform but now tariff reform h become s urgent that Mr Taft is willing to have a special session called immediately after inauguration to act on the ubject It used to b9 that when liked about independence for the Philippines L was told that the American flag never came down whn it once went up Now we have aRepublican candidate for President who belieyes that the Philippines will ultimately have independence But I have reasou to rejoice over the fact that some of the things I have done are now viewed in a more favor ablei light When I secured some phon ographic records in order that I might disc9ss political questions before more peole the Republican party ridiculed me and called it undignified but Mr Taft has lifted the phonograph to an eminence by talking into it himself And now my greatest sin is to be made a virtue by imitation Surely imitation is the sincerest form of flattery When I went out campaigning- in 1896 and ivnju they said it was demagogic to tun around over the qountry hunting for votes Now it is eminently proper since Mr Taft is going to do it and I hope the Republcan papers win make due apoligies They said in 1896 and 1900 that I was scared when I made speeches from the rearend of a train and I was and the Results showed that I had reason to be I have been wondering whether this explana tion would bE1 given when Mr Taft starts out and whether the result will be the same with him that it was with me It is hard for us to keep our patents from being infringed on this year I am afraid they will try to raise a cam paign fund by popular contributions next Buried Alive jrDanville Ky Sept 6Samuel Pur nell of Gladstone south of here was buried alive yesterday afternoon Hew s digging a well on his farm and had gotten down to a depth of twenty feet TIe bottom of the well was much larWer than the opening and suddenly thffl top gave way the mass of earth and rock burying the farmer to a depth of several feet In this position he was absolutely helpless He was qnable to move or speak The well is located a half nile from his home and his family did riot know that he was working on the w Ilas tiiother workmen had retire for the day at noon When he failed o return for supper last night a search was in stitkited and upon encountering the well and discovering the condition of it the thought struck the huntersjthat pos sibly Mr Purnell had alive and they began digging and shoveling To their amazement Mr Pi rnell was discovered still alive He was removed physician was summoneda d he is on the road to recovery He as burjed for a period of seven hours Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs fo 1908 as far tas repQrted Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates Monticello September 84 days Hpdgenyille September 83 days GlasgoW September 94 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sep temper 146 days Texas Ky Aug 19 1908The Home Comfort Range has the right name I know from experience what they are and not hearsay as 1 have been cooking on One for several years I would advise everyone to buy the Home Comfort if they are in need pf a Range MRS T A HAYS The SUN 1 r OIPublicSale of LAND ON SATURDAY Sept 26 OSAT 1 OCLOCK P M AT THE HOUSE ON THE FARM On the above date we will offer for knownIThe first tract contains 45 acres and has on it a good dwelling good stock barn and all necessary outbuildings The second tract contains about 691 acres The land is in a good state of cultivation Good Fencing Plenty of Water Near school and churches Farm will be offered in separate tracts and as a whole and will be sold iri the way that brings themost money TERMSOnethird Cash Balance in 12 and 18 months Interest and ap proved security required Heirs of Albert Shehan Decd S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer 39nd4t fo r1fCiOCXXxxxxjCxxxxxx His Money Comes Easy Marion Falcon There are lots of ways to make money some hard some easy bjut Eddie Keough a sixteen year old colored boy in Lebanon gets his so easy that its almpst lOa shame to take the mpneyf For a while Eddie sold vinegar to the thirsty public at a dollar per quart Of course his buyers thought they yere getting something else and only after a stroll to a quiet secluded place did they find out what they had bought Eddies latest stunt is selling bottled beer in fifty cent and dollar lots He selects a gopd easy mark and confidentially whispers that he knows where there are ten bottles of beer ahd if the easy one will produce the coin Eddie willdo the run and get it act Many easy ones have produced and turned over to Eddie the com but in each instance Eddie has failed to re turn with the beer But what is the difference This old world owes everyone a living A Sureenough Knocker J C Goodwin of Reidsville N C says Bucklens Arnica Salve is a sureenough knocker for ulcers A bad one came on my leg last summer but that wonderful salve knocked it out in a few rounds Not eyen a scar remain ed Guaranteed for piles sores burns etc 25c at Haydon Rob rtsons drug store Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky W H RIKERPlif T H ROYALTYDeftI Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Mav term 1908 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kyv on Monday Sept 28 1908 at 2 qclock p mor thereabout be ing county court day to the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit A tract of land situated on the Har rodsburg and Bloomfield turnpike in Washington County Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner to Para lee Sanders thence with her line S 45J W 41 poles 834 W 20 poles S 42 W 3828 poles S 48 W 8 4 poles to a stone corner to Richard Leonard thence with his line S 23E 41 poles to a stone on the North side of Bee Run branch con ner to Cook Shirley thence with same S 24 i E 14852 poleD to a stone corner to Martin Darland with his N58 56 E 51 poles N 58 E41 Apoles N52J E 56 poles to the center pthe Hatrods burg and Bloomfield turnpe thence pplesNN 42i W 54 poles N 36j W 15 72 pole polesNthence N 79 J W 288 poles to the begin ning cpntaimng 168 acres 3 roods and 30 poles Excepting from said bound ary 44 acres 3 roods and 33 poles this day conveyed by AL Litsey and wife to C C Derr and 38 acres 1 rood and 18 poles this day conveyed by said Lit sey to S C Shirley and also 20 acres 1 rood and 38 poles thIs day conveyed by said Litsey to Richard Leonord leaving 65 acres and 21 poles which was to lim Royalty conveyed and so much there of is to be sold to satisfy debt with in terest and cost Balance debt and Interest 4705 Cost 5895 Amt to be rai6edI 10600 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bear ing legal interest from date of sale un til paid and having the force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained on which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN MC WC C tT1 Real Estate Bargains Springfieldbarn plenty of tobacco land Close to church arid school Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres in Nelson county 3 farminNo 5467 acres 7 miles from Spring gooddwelhneschool On good pike Price 15 per acre fromlSpnngfieldof fine tobacco land new tobacco barn large dwelling well watered firiei orchard Close to depot and on good pike Price 35 per acre No 16 196 acres 7 miles front Springfield on good pike one seven room dwelling in good repair 15 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass and well watered Good stock barn Price 30 per acre No 18194 acres 10 miles from Springfield good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from a deport mile from schooland church goo stock barn 60 acres of fine bottom land 600 rods of stone fence Price 32 per acre No 20215 acres 9i miles from goodtenantstaples 75 acres of fine timber fine orchard plenty of grass Price 3250 per acre Np 22121 acres 6 miles from SPringfield good dwelling on a good young orchard good barn and fine water Price 15 per acre 231391 acres9 miles from Springfield small dwelling two good tobacoall the farm fine tobacco land well fenced Price 35 per acre No 25248 acres 8 room dwelling good cellar good well in yard fine cistern at barn fine stock barn all the tarn in grass well watered Less than 3 miles from graded school Price 40 per acre No 38J180 acres 6 miles from Springfield on a good pike most of farm in grass good six room dwelling good stpck barn well fenced plenty of stock water good Price 35 per acre No 41220 acres 7 miles from Springfield 8 niles from Lebanon new 9 room dwellingVgopd cellar and cistern at neyer spring in milk house at spring good orchard plenty ot small fruit 10 acre tobacco barn stock barn all out buildings plenty of tobacco land plenty of grdss Price 45 per acre No 45140 acres 1 mile from school house ln Springfield Ky small dwell ing good stock barn well fenced well watered plenty of locusts and plenty of grass Price 30 per acre No 4698 acres 7 miles from Springfield on a good pike all the farm tobacco land new tobacco barn good dwelling well fenced Price 3750 per acre No 47Town property of all kinds and prices If you want a town home call and see me I haye anything you want at any price No 552Qa acres 4 miles from Springfieldon a good pike good 9 room dwelling one 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass farm situated in one of the best neighborhoods in the county all lime stone land and fine to bacco land Price 75 per acre No 98J16J5 acres 4 miles from Lo retto from pike 8 miles from Springfield Ky 7 room dwelling in good repair good barn and all neces sary outbuildings plenty of tobacco land plenty of water plenty of grass all under good fence Price 25 per acreNo 9946 acres7 miles from Spring field on good pike good small house good water fine orchard some tobacco land Close tp church and school Price 150000 B D LAKE SPRINGFIELD SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN J L Allen hasfor sale a good har ness and saddle mare T W Bailey Rt 3 has for salda hay press cheap if taken at once C L Grundy Rt 1 has for sale one thoroughbred Chester WhiteGilt Richard Kiley Springfield wants to rent some corn and wheat land Call over phone or writ Case Brady Rt 3 have for sale good Southdown bucks from 1 to 4 years old Also 10 thoroughbred buck lam s Stiles Thompson Springfield have for sale a lot of stockewesiW P sale 150 bushels of good seedrye G T Kimberlin Texas has for sale 25 good feeding hogs J F Smith Rt 2has for sale atout 40 bushels of choice seed wheat C H Montgomery Rt 1 has for sale one hundred bushels of seed rye J A Tucker Rt 1 has for sale a lot of oak and ash timber R L Brady Springfield Rt4 has for sale 50 stock ewes and four No1 bucks Wise Advice Without abor there Is no arriving atrest nor without fighting can the victory be reached Be thou therefore always prepared for the fight if thou wilt have the victory Thomas a Kempls J r r No 63180 acres 5 room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn plenty fine water plenty pf grass and plenty fencePrice I1lSpringfieldfence 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco- barn with metal roof new good gran ary some Bottom labd plenty of grass and water Price 4250 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwell ing in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good buggy shed and all out buildings 20 acres of finebot torn land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 68180 acres Sroom brick dwell ing in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre No 70 144J acres good dwelling 8 j acre tobacco ham 50 acres bot uplandforacre dwellinginwatered plenty of grass good fence plenty of tp accp land pn good pike 6 f1OIBLebanonNo 74125 acres 4 miles from Springfield on good pike 1 mile from school and close tp church good 6 room dwelling fine stock barn plenty of water plenty pi locust posts fine orchard good fence Price 25 per acre No 752775 acres 1 mile from tobaccobarnplenty of grass and water Price 15000 No 81160 acres 5 miles from Leb f anon 5 miles from Springfield on good pike 9 room dwelling in good repair good tenant house 3 stock barns plenty of grass all necessary out build goodfenceNo 83167k acres 7 miles from Springfield 1 mle from good road 3 room dwelling in good repair 4 acre tobaccp barn 75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobapco land good fence and plenty of water Price 2000 No8690 acres 3 miles from dWelJing 2goposts Price 35 per acre No 90270 acres 9 room brickdwell ing in good repair all of farm well fenced 2 good tobacco barns 80 acres of first bottom rest second bottom one of the best tobacco farms in the coun readyforchurch Price 50 per acre No 92130 acres 6 miles from Springfield on good pike imile from school and church in Pleasant Grpve neighborhood 8 room dwelling 16 acre tobacco barn 2 good stock barns fine young orchard tenant houses all of farm under good fence Pnce 70 per acre 1 No94JHQuse and lot in Fenwick cheap No 96136 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stock barn all the farm under good fence good tobacco land well watered plenty of grass Price 35 per acre1 No 59133 acres 8miThs from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acreto bacco good andmeat house milk house fine orchard of 100 trees Close to school church and depot Price 30 per acre No 6250 acres 8 room dwelling4 acre tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered plenty of fruit i mile from church 1 mile from school Price 45 per acre 1KENTUCKY SoftDtinksWhat I PractlcingpbysiciansQfElizabethtown mendingthe use of the beverages man BottlingIhealthful We find the water used by them m their drinks according to chem ical analysis to be as pure and as good as can be found Both the water and1the syrups are filtered before use As they take so much pains in washing and cleaning their bottlestheir drinks can not be filthy or impure We find they use no chemical sweetener or harmful ingredients of any kind in their drinks but use nothing but pure fruit flavors and granulated sugars These drinks interferingwjthmedicine and in some cases we recommend the use of them In connection quitehelpfulJ W OConnor M D Jas R Gray M D J C Mobley M P Jno M English M D H Ford M D S L TabbM D R A Miller M D J E DeSpain D 0 F P Strickler M D Chairman BOard of Health If unable to get Durhams of placeDontWe Wholesale and Re- tailJELALENJNext to WaltqryHojieL 4