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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i 1rj II Iiiii r 1 bt rinfltth- r UU M xP Z jio r r c1t L TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t l 5i X t tfr 7 VOLUME IV 1 SPRINGFIELD KYM WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 161908 NUMIER 41 itI EDITORIAL SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR i WOE TO HIM THAT TOWN WITH STABLISI4ETH CITY WHAT OF MR SHERMAN In a lengthy letter to the press of the country President Roosevelt eulogies Mr Taft and makes an effort to in duce the jRoosevelt following in the J MiddIe West to support the Repub vlicari ticket It is the opinion of the President thatMr Taft would make a safe and Chief Executiveonepan who could depended upon at all times to do those things which would mean the greatest good to the greatest number But unfortunately Mr Taft stands upon a platform which is pledged J Vto no reforms of importance Indeed the convention turned down everyone of Roosevelts suggestions and made an open bid for the support of the corporations and trusts of the country And then fo cap the climax it placed upon the ticket vithMr Taft a man who is closely wedded to the pernicious inter ests of the nation Naturally Mr Roosevelt is ardently supporting Mr Taft We must concede that Mr Roosevelt has the utmost con F Udence in Mr Tofts integnty abiLity and honesty but it is a matter of his try that the President looks upon Mr Sherman the Republican VicePresi dentialccandidate as an unsafe find dangerous man t Anassassinsbullet made Mr Roose velt President of the United States If for Taft is elected President suppose the same thing that happened to Mr McKinley happens toMr Taft In a short time after Mr Tafts election suppose death claims him Mr Sherman would then become President J What would Mr Roosevelt have to say about Mr Sherman as President of the United States i When Mr Sherman was a member of Congress he opposed Mr Roosevelt in feyery conceivable way r he sneered upon the Presidents reform measures and upon more than one occasion denounced the Chief Executive for his opposition to Wall StreetUMr Sherman is opposed to the enact t ment of laws which even in a small way would curtail the powers of the rich He wants nothing done that will interfere with the nefarious methods of the mon ey pirates he is willing to see a nation r of farmers laborers and small businessmen suffer if it will strengthen ths fortifications of the corporations At onetime Mr Roosevelt contended that Mr Sherman was a dangerous man What does he ttiin of him to 4 day We should like to read something IL from the Presidents pen about the Re publican VicePresidential candidate We all know what Mr Roosevelt thinks of Mr Taft We knew what he thought of Mr Taft before he gave that recent article to the press But what is Mr Roosevelts opinion of Mr Sherman Mr Sherman the Vv trust protector Mr Sherman who sneered upon the Presidents reform messages GOOD APPOINTMENT Congressman Ben Johnson Chairman of the State Campaign Committee has appointed Hon T Scott May s Chair man of the Washington County Cam i paign Committee The appomtmentJE l good one and will please the Dem6 scrats throughout the county Mr Mayes4 has afreadY begun work upon his or ganization and in a short time Wash Jngton county Democrats will be thoroughly equipped for the contest this faIl V A Bryan Kern and Johnson club has been organized in Springfield andj names are being added daily Each member expresses a desire to go to work for tie ticket and indications now T L JjJL r lii THE STEADfAsT HEARTt f itBYEDWIN CARLILE LITSEY liLe who may walk by thee in days of joy employl v 0 let me comef Let who may clasp thee in the rhythmic dance oil Let who may lead thee where still waters glance r But when the clouds are thick and Heavens dumb k 0 let me come j F Let who may help to brighten Lifes high noon T And linger with thee in the fields of June SBut when the battle leaves thee worn and numb 0 let me cbme l c are that Wfwill have the strongest working e we have had in many years Interest in the election is in creasing daily and there is no doubt that Washington county will give a good majority for Bryan Kern and Johnson The d torof The Sun attended the LaRue County Fair Hodgenville On Wednesday the Fair company sold over 10J00 tickets 6rjd the crowd in the Fair grounds Was estimated at 12000 It was a great Fair a great big Fair and if it continues to grow they will have to enlarge that part of the worl- dDEMOCRATIC INCREASE feature of Maine Election Sig Gains In Every Congressional District With the Farm ers Leading the Way Portland lie Sept 15 Additionol and revised returns made early today of the Stat election irl Maine y ster day altered buc slightly the result an nounced last nignt the plurality of Bert M Fern ld the Republican candi date for Governor over Otfadiah Gard ner Democrat remaining at 7329 A Straw For November Washington Sept 15he result of the Maine election is regarded by Democratic leaders here as most significant The Republican National Committee sent its best speakers to Maine and turned loose a big campaign fund The Republicans had a superb organization arid the Decocrats little or none It is ted here that Bryan will sweep the State in November 1 Mule Day Harrodsburg Herald Monday was mule day and the biggest courtd y crowd in many months was in town B G Fox bought 40 mule colts at from 40 to 60 Grinville Cecil bought 41 at from 40 to S70 and WmvNsrve seven at from 50 to S75 Several1otl1er buy ers were prep nt we did not learn to what extert they bought Many farmers deemin j the price too low took their colts backhome with them Levi Miller bf Peijnsylvania was here but only bought ine colt tfioughThe has purchased several carload at other points MR BRYAN Scores Cannon Without Mercy Asks What Speaker Has Been Selling Giving a etailed statement of the amount of property owned by him Which he placed at 150000 at the otft jside William J Bryan in a speech at piney Ill last Thursday denounced as raIse the accusation of Speaker Joseph thatIhe was Worth a million dollars and called upon the Speaker to be as frank in making known to the world the amount of his own earthly possessions Mr Bryan spoke yesterday at several points in Illinois and Indiana closing last night in EvansvilleIIn his Bryan said in part Mr Cannon in his before the Republican State Convention yesteday has this to say of me U How about Bryan a man of theo riesra man who has a breakingout of the mouth a man who agreed with the Populists orijy a dozen years ago that noman could honestly earn l06o000 and that when any man had that he was a plutocrat But a man dominat ig the Democratic party and the greatest advertising agent dn earth through his papers througn his books mlformedthe qualifying phrase and says ag if upon hisown knowledge There stands the Democratic candidate a successful chautauqua lecturer who has made 1000000 selling wind and ink to the public Many exaggerated statements havp been made in regard to my earthly possessions but this is the first time anytrlanbility I think I am justified therefore m of thia subject which might otherwise be considered too personal a rr atter for public discussion- I was worth about 3000 when I was elected to Congress I served four years and by careful economy I saved between 3000 and 4000 or about 1000 a year so that when I went out of Congress in the spring of 1895 I was worth about 6 000 or 7000 During the period that elapsed be tween the end of my congressional term and my nomination for the Presidency about a year and four monthsI was engaged in speaking and lecturing and added but a small sum to mv sayings After the election in 1896 my earning power as a lecturer was largely en A QUESTION If the Republican party is the friend of the farmer WHY DID THE REPUBLICAN UNITED STATES SENATE REFUSE TO REOYETHE TAX FROM TOBACCO and thereby refuse the farmer a chance to combat thejtobacco trust by putting his tobacco on the market in amannfactured state As the law now is a farmer can riot sell a twist of tobacco without incriminating himself this law was made to enrich the tobacco trust What would you thiik of a party that would advocate a law to lers who sell baled hay RememI ber also that the Republican National Convention by a narimous vote refused to adopt a plank declaring for the of United States Senators by the direct vote of the people and thus expressed itself as opposed to even giving the farmer a chance to elect Senators who would vote for the repeal of the tobatco tax What do the Republican farmers of Washington county think of the National Republican party Is it the friend of the farmer I 5S f t i i L L hanced by the prominence which the campaign had given me hMy hook The First Battle brought me 17000 and I gave an equal amount of the profits to the various committees that had carried dn the campaign of 1896 My lectures have been profitable and my writings have paid mewelJ but no one attends the lectures unless he wants to do so and no one buys what I write unless he is interested in reading it More than half of my time since 1896 has been given to gratuitous work and yet I have beer able to support myself and accumulate prdperty which I would estimate at about 125000 but as one can never accurately say what property is worth until he sells it I will fix 150000 as the outside limit the maximum of my wealth and I am willing to leave the public to determine whether that is more than I ought to have earned or whether I have earned it honestlyt And now having answered the crit icism of Mr Cannon and shown that his accusation is false I think I am justified in asking him to be as frank with the public as I have been He be gan holding office In 1861 when I was a year old and during e last forty seven years he has held office more than forty years of the time and many years of that time he has been a member of Congress and has been drawing a salary that the members of Congress thought so inadequate that the salary has recently been increasedIWill he tell us what he has J een selling to whom he has sold it andhow much he got for it He ought to tell lecIwind and ink to choose his owii choice hampIyet he is reputed to be wealthy- If he will tell us just how much he is worth we can then guess how much he beenhfree to devote his talents to money making Being the third man in in fluence in our government earning next to the Vice President if not even above the Vice president in his power to in fluence legislation is it not fair that he should apply to himself the same rule that he applies to me and take the pub lic into his confidence Let hinvtell us now how much he is worth and how he made IftLet him tell us what he has been selling to whom he sold it and how much he got for it If he thinks that the wealthof a Presidential candidate and the source of such a candidates income should be known will he deny that the Speakers shouldbeMRS SUSAN MURATTA rPasses kwayatller HorDe in Webb City oFormer Resi dent of This County Mrs Susan Muratta better known andIcounty as Poss died at her home in Webb City Mo last Thurs day Sept 10 of paralysis aired seven tyseven years Mrs Murattas maiden name was Susan Anthony Nantz she being a daughter of the late Jeff Nantz anda member of one of the pioneer families of this county She was mar ried to the late Sylvester Buck Muratta fifty odd yearsago and made her home in this place until shortly after her husbands death twentyfive years ago when she and her family moved to Missouri where they have sinc resided To Mr and Mrs Muratta were born the following children Mrs Jas C Duncan of Louisville Mrs Belle Yankey Sue and Jas Miirratta of Webb City Mo and Matthew Muratta of Springfield Mo who stir vive and Will and Sylvester who died some years ago Mrs Muratta was a woman noted for her individuality and strength of character She was a woman of fine physique and of strong mind and will When once her mind was made up when she thought a course right it swayIwas same She was a woman who physically had to die but whose life will be an exam pIe to many t Mrs Muratta was buried from thi Presbyterian church of which she for many years had been a faithful mem ber last Sunday morning at eleven oclock Rev R E C Lawson con ducted the services and the following friendsof Mrs Muratta and her family acted as pallbearers WB Spears R A McElroy Tom Duncan Judge Selec man W T McElroy and W A Waters f ALL IS NOT WELL FOR TAFT ji J IN NEW YORK AND OHIO Predicted That Ohio Will Give a Democratic Majority H REPUBLICANS SPLIT IN STArE The Cincinnati Enquirer claiming tb be independent but inlreality Republi can prints the following editorial Times it is true are growing bet ter but it is a slow improvement and the depression is called by the masses a Republican panic There are not the activities of 1898 to 1907 prevailing and the party in poWer is held responsi ble for the slump In addition to this there is confusion of tongues on Re publican doctrines and a thought as to present and future linesI of the partys course The Republican majority onthe National ticket in Ohio will be greatly reduced conservatively speaking some radical observers opine it will cease to exist Whatever the electoral result may be there is abiind ant reason to believe that the Demo cratic state ticket is stronger today before the people of the state than is the Republican state ticket Admit that party lines are badly broken the fact remains that in the cities ot the state tar more Republi cans are openly adverse to their own ticket than can be found Democrats who are changing their positions In 1905 Pattison was elected Govern or over Herrick by a plurality of 42647 in the state Herrick carried Hamil ton Montgomery and Franklin counties and only lost Lucas by 300 votes Many men familiar with Ohio politi cal conditions and some of them oRe publican faith are confidentitftat JIar mon will carry all these four important counties by heavy majorities and thus pile up aggregate vote that it will be impossible for the Republicans to overcome In the other counties of the state Pattisons plurality ran up to nearly 50000 and in a score of these counties there is much evidence that Harmons vote will exceed that of Pat tison IWe speak of Harmon as the headof the ticket and have full confidence that the entire state ticket will receive the same heavy vote as the candidate for Governor Every county in the state exhibits Republican losses on state issues lossesso heavy that to win the Republicars must gain many thousands of Democratic votes They cannot win with their present strength and their Democratic enforcements are not in sight SundaySchool Contention The following is the program of the Washington County Sunday School Convention to be held at Pleasant Grove church September 23- FORENOON 930 Song Scripture Reading Matt 25 1430 Song Prayer 945Reading Minutes Rev Mr Haynes 10 00t Advantages of a Sunday School Convention Prof Clarence Adams 1015Sunday School Work in Washington County Rev R ILX Lawson 1045 Discussion Of These Conditions By State Worker 112qWhat is That in Thine Hand Rev G W Lyon 11 40 Announcements Appointment of Committees i Intermission AFTERNOON 130 Song and Prayer 145 Organized Adult Bible Class Rev W H Williams 200World Wide S S Movement By State Worke- r225Offering I 230Discussion of Departments 1 Teachers Meeting 2 Training Class 3 Cradle Roll 4 Home Department By State Worker Discussion Lawson Williams W R Selecman and Rev Haynes 310Report of Committees 320 Installation of Officers 330Song Prayer Adjournment All those who are interested in Sun day Schoolwork should attend the con vention Dinner will be served on the grounds and every effort will be made to make this a very pleasant andprofit able day t 11 r The East Against Rodse- veltism Says Ney York World NEW YORK TIRED OF BOSSISM t 1 The New York World which has abused Mr Bryan worse than any pa per in the country says the Elizabeth town News IS now giving him a little support but it is forced to see great opportunities for Democratic success as the following indicates There is political unrest every where Business is still dull Hundreds of thousands of men are still unemployed or work only part time While the lnco diminishes the cost of liv ing advances Taxes are high The satisfied voter is the exception notthe rule Wall street isno less discontented than the dishdigger In Maine the desire for change takes the form of a revolt against prohibition in New York In a crusade against bossism in Connecticut is m protest agaiDstcorporation governs ment r Ohio Indiana and Illinois the State administrations are unpopular In West Virginia and Iowa the Republican party is split into factions engaged in open warfare In Wisconsin nothing but the party label distinguishes a Bry an Democrat from a LaFollette Repub lican The East is tired of Roosevelt and Rooseyeltism In Kansas Nebraska thereFanment Bristow defeated Long for Sen ator in Kansas A bitter Cummins and antiCummins fight for the Senatprship is in progress in Iowa Foss in Illinois threatens to carry the contest against Hopkins to the Lagislattire The La Follette men in Wisconsin also talk of repudiating the decision of the State primary and carrying the fight against Senator Stephenson to the Legislature The radical Democrats went to the Re publican primaries in South Dakota to keep the radical Republican elements m control Not in years have party lines been more loosely drawn or voters more dis posed to put principles and menaboye party label The opportunity f the CemoWatic party in the coming elec tion lies in making itselfan effective instrument for this spirit of protest A great independent vote can be won if the Democracy and its candidates prove before election day that they deserve this vote and can appeal to its confidence PENW1LK I Mrs W G Adams spent the lajSter part of lost week at Willisburg l Miss Margaret Logsdon and brother Bernard of near Simmstown were guests of W G Adams and family Satl- urday night and Sunday Mrs Nannie Fen wick and daughters Pearl Sadie and Louise rethe pleasant guests of Mrs Wm Nally Saturday Master Edgar Barker spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Lonzie Bar ker of this place Misses Lena andRoxie Cissell of this place were in Springgeld Saturday Mr Otha Martin had the misfortune f of getting his foot badly mashed in the hay baler Misses Pearl and Sadie Feifwickwere the pleasant guests of Miss Mae Lan ham Saturday night MrJ W Barker is visiting rela tives in St Louis Mo Miss Sadie Mayes with spent the summer with her sister Mrs W T Barker has returned to her home near Mackville 7 Mr Irvine Thompson spent Saturday night with Mrl Oscar Lanharn ofGar nary V C Texas Ky Aug18 1908I bought a Home Comfort Range severafyaars and 1 have never regretted itl Imoved to Indian Territory audI med the Home Comfort with me and brought it back to this county when I came back S100 would not H YinYJf Range if Icould not get aiiopher Thats what Nhink of the HomeCDlz fort t Respectfully t f 1MaE L 0 TneMrz 9lff Jt- i L- j I r l 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN VESNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 998 ir T9allMembesoftre r BurleyTobaccoofthe Society shall meet at2 p m at thir respective voting places and shall elect oneof countyTi Sthis Society I The precinct delegate not only casts the vote of his constituents in the election of a CountyBoardIIn order that the election shall express the will of the members of the So ciety let every member be at the regular preGmct vjoting place At Two p m on the Last Saturday in eptember Look ye oufc among you m n of hanest report full of wisdom whom ye may appoint over this busmessMen of integrity business ability and public spirit t TheBurleyCounty Hoards of Control and on the District Board at the ensuing elections yourdOingAll samples of 1907 tobacco should be sent to the central Office atWinchester as early as possible While the days are long and bright the gradingcal be done much more satis when the weather IS cold and the skies IS to the interest 41of the farmers as well as to the interest of the Society that samples be sent as soon as they can be properly prepared t Done by order of the Executive Committee Clarence LeBus Chairman r Jf SLICK TRICK i v Jt Toomey Buys Lead at tbe Rate 4i i v of 5 a PoundI Harrodsburg lIe ald Mr William i Toomey the junk man got worked i beautifully last Friday He bought a lotof ginseng from a man and was a little surprised at its weight and after the herb man had gone he concluded to make a more particular examination of his purchase and wds still more stir prised to find that a small bar of lead had been run lengthwise through each root which can be easily done while the roots areryet green and fresh This made him carious and1 he continued his investigation to a lot of the herb he had bou71itfeveral days previous and on n found that this lot had also been doctored in this same manner As ginseng sells for 85 v ajprof lead Mr Toomey knows the fellow A and is going to make hjmcough up This was a tedious business this doctoring the ginseng and the man that will engage in it could make an honest s dollar in about the same length of time and perhaps retain his self respect Damaging MidnightlFire Lebanon Enterprise Fire broke oujt in the warehouse ofitheT M Estes ft1ill Company at halt past twelve clock Tuesday morning The burned building adjoins the trig mill and lies west of it The fire was discovered by OJlie Borders the night watchman who was making his round when it first started just inside the south v5st doorand lie broke into the building through a window hopingtp be able top f extinguish the blazd before much damage was done To do this required a couple pf min utes As the part in which the blaze f started was filled with baled hay the fire spread rapidly Mr Borders work ed faithfully to throw out the burning bales but was unable to doso and left the building after having burned his Ii arms severely in his effort to stop the flamesI Notwithstanding the Fire company made good tine and arrived on the scene shortly after the fire had begun the fire progressed rapidly and in a half hour tlie Company was battling with one of ihe most stubbornblazes it has had to contend with in a long time By strenuous efforts and good work the fire was kept out of the big mill and gotten under control shortly after one oclock The loss is about 5000 fully insured J j 4t Corn Crop Short Elizabethtown Mirror Thecorn crop will esprtthis year The drought has injured the cropconsiderably Very unflattering reports are being made thecountylIpart of the county The corn which was planted late is dwarfed nearly Icverywherrand the yield throughout way below an aver age Considering the shortness in the corncrop the meagerness of the wheat- crop and no fruit crop scarcely the Hardin county farmer is in an uncom f rtable predicament MrJ Ann Thompson Kentucky Standard Mrs Ann t Thompson of Atherto iville died WeI nesday morning of general debility atI the ripe Oldage of ninetyone Mrs Thompson was a remarkable worn an living beyond the allotted time and retaining the vigor and unusual vitality almost to the very close of her life She was a devout Christian kyom an and pdssessed a sunny disposition tnat drew people to her and made her a generalfvorite One daughter Sis ter 1L TheOphila of Loretto Academy Springfield Mo and four sons Messrs Robert Thompson New Haven Charles Thompson and S Jand Frank Thom j fejn of Athrtcnville survive her Her daughter Mrs F Boone Rapier preceded j her to the grave only a few weeks and Mrs Thompson waSat her bedside during her final exercises The funeral was held at St Gather ines church in New Haven this morn ingat nm oclock Rev W PvHogar ty conducting the services andthe remains were buried in St Catherines cemetery the Western Normal Enter r County Superintendent immediately about free tuition and write H H Cherry of Bowling Green for aI Pew catalog qooooooooc aP j Fir Lightning Tornado Windstorm4 j IS YOUR INSURANCE ABOUT TO EXPIRE j nr If so drop us a card and wevJ come to see you and S Save you i 0 From 20 to 40 pr cent on your premium 8 i2 If you are without Insurance you are taking a great risk as dur g 5 inK this season of the year fires ace more frequent on account of 0 the dry weather i B J iS Wc make a specialty of Tobacco Barns and Tobacco 44and give short rates on Tobacco tf J Dr Smock J W Bushoooo- oooooooooooooooootooocooooooooooooooooooocoooo t If i GONE TO illS REWARD Vfry Rev Wm M Buckman ormerly Pastor of Holy Trin ity Church at Fredericktown Dies at New Haven New Haven Echo The Very Key Wm M Buckman who for the past Stcktherinescty calmly breathed his last at 320 olclo k this mornin of Brights dis ease surrounded bYj his bothers sip osorrowmgdi noJhjs death have a sur wasJfeviouslyINumerous priests have been at his including the Right Rev frm George McClosky the venerable Bishop of Louisville The Very Rev constantktendaneA Father Uuckman comes from an old Satholic family the Abplls and was a liepHew of Rev Robt Abell who built dhe old Church here He was born at tithtori Hardin county and educated at St Thomas and St Josephs iHe elebrated the twenty fifth anniversary M his ordination lastJun Norman ever lived in this community who was more universally loved and respected and his death causes profound sorrow He knew the people well and was Equally popular with Catholics and non jUatholics He was plain and unpretentious I and de lreduNo name no offGoeLiry1 Lebanon Enterprise Adolphus C aged about 26 years was arrested hearI lepulyIIcharge of selling liquor without a li cense The young mtias brought to this city and placed in jail and Wed nesday morning was brought before United States Commissioner C C Boldrick for a hearing When the case was called Curry pleat guilty and was held to await the action of the Federal grand jury which will convene in Louis ville Oct 13 under a bond of 500 He was unable to give bond and Wednes day afternoon was taken to Louisville where he will be confined in jail Curry admitted to Deputy Marshall Blades after the arrest was made that he was a deserter from the United States Navy and thought at the time that he was being taken in charge for des r tion He was located at Washington when in the naval service Itis probable that he will be turned over to the naval authorities later How tq get Strong P J Daly of 1247 W Congress St Chicago te1l of a way to become strong He says My mother who is did and was very feeble is deriving so much behefit from Electric Bitters that I feel its my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about it In my mothers case a marked gain in flesh has resulted in somnia has been overcome and she is steadily growing stronger Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c HUMOR OF THE HOU- Ri Aerial Course of True Love Will you fly with me dearest Whores your flying machine Hush Hark Thats It bumping the roof t Mercy how recklea f Papa will bump you if he flng it there He thinks you tipped the hot air chimney over on to the conservatory ftnd hes quite positive you dropped a ballast Jjng on his silk hat while he was sit ting on a bench in the garden If Tie saw your airship hanging around hed put an air gun slug through the gasbag as quick as scat Thats all right darling Ive got it handsomely Insured In the Aerial Risk company But you can see dear that theres no use going to tour father in his present state of mind But come moments are precious The wind may change at any moment All right George Let me ptfff my hair just a mite and get my new avia tor hat It wont take me a minute An jiour later GOrge was still wait ing there Then came a dull boom from the roof That musfc beth old mans air gun George calmly remarked Therell be no elopement today Cleveland Plain Dealer The Stone Did It Whats the matter old man bust edt Busted d01snit express it Im literally stone broke What do you mean It was buving a solitaire ring for my girl that broke me Catholic Standard and Times FoYtunate Man The Hobo Say mister would youse mind stakin a pore man wot aint got no home f a fev pennies f Enpeck Got no home Say old luckIold time you ant to Detroit Trib une Pluck ng a Moral Miss I dont envy Miss Pretty face her onquests In fact I would not haie such ineligible admirers What is tie fruit of all her tIll tationsIMiss PertI think one kind Is sour grapes Baltimore American No Arpbition In That Direction George said Mrs Ferguson theres an item in this paper that tells you how to knoa mad dog when you see one Shucks exclaimed Mr Ferguson Ive no desire to know any mad dogs Chicago News n Bug Land What are you crying about Fred die hnItThat greedy J Bug WOULIt- me try the wing tc 1 Expectatiofisi c 7 What do you thiill the finish of the campaign will be I suppose answered Mr Sirius Bnrkllhit will be the usual finish with one side talking about virtue tri umphant und the other making dark hints about fraud Washington Star L A Useful Muzzle Madam said the dog catchier you Will have to buy a muzzle for that dog or It will be myi duty to take him to the pound We hive a muzzle for hlm but Willie is using it as a catchers mask Chicago RecordHerald Thats Proper Mrs Benham Whafc do they do when the city has distinguished vis itors Beiihain If they are men give them the freedom of the city undo if women fieedom of the dry gop a stores Har pers Weekly Stopping Hfm At the risk of being considered egotistic began the conceited fellow Constant exposure interrupted Miss Peppery makes you minimize the risk 1 suppose Mr Bragg Phila delphia Press Another Question I tell you said the promoter that mine can he made to give up money- I suppose It can said the small stockholder How about the officers of the company Washington Star Loud Ghollle Toi girls are always talking about clothes You dont hear me say anything about clothes Mollie You dont have to They speak for themselvessYonkers States mmn I te eIGIelee flJJ s j- PublicI Sale of Nelson Co Farm sel1Oflj WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 190 The most desirable Caney Fork Farm consisting of BSOTacres of un i usiially rich land New modean dwelling large stok barn two tobacco barns hold outbuidingstwotimothyclovergradeBurleyLand will be offered in two tracts of 154 and 226 acresand thenIas a whole yearsWillsaddlebtedhorsesAn exceptionably complete assortment of Implements Gasoline Engine Hay Baler etc 1Sale bagins at fO oclock Land will be sold at I oclock Will be glad to show farm to prospective purchasers any day be fore sale CoI L It 1m lnllllmRunIlIiillliCrIjlln IIIIIOBlllnIUIJU JUi lliJIIlnnmlIUIurnllmUnnmI1IIlmllll ism = i I J Is= i 1Incoming Trains g SpringfieldIg Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves tLouisville = Outgoing Trains I I= Leaves Springfield g heaves Bardstown nfiimmn1trIIlnnmhllI IIIHIUlllilnuiatlHll i gdGo YEARS AZzz TRADE MARKS Hii1l1tlt DESIGNS Ty COPYRIGHTS Ac Bending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an invention Is probably ble ommunIc lions strictly confidential on Patents sent free oldest a for securinfrpatents Patents taken through Munn Co receive special notice without charge In the Scicntif fltt rican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr culation of any scientific journal Terms f3 a year four months Ii Sold byall newsdealers YorkBranch 1 I c CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES J The Sun and The Loiiisville Times year500 The Sun and thirDaily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunda 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 7f The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal threefdays in the weeksixmonths 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one yfiar 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 25 The EverlingPost onlyNo 825 pm 730Ie6 45Ie 6 00Ie No iI 550 a in 637 720Ie 1810Ie ifllii1IllHIan B I Daily No 43 12ap m H0i a m 925Ie a 20Ie I Suny only No 90 715 a m 800 845II 935IC mmu a D iIy 1 No 4L Ia- j Ir 705 p mtrl606H 522I OJ J a 5 t4xU Daily No44sU Ii lOOp m g 220H 410pm IaS45p m = LI = tnlllIlInn 00000000000000000000000900 IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURASE BOGEB F6 Pride of Washinkton on IISpringfields Chic MANUFACTURED BY JJ W JARBOE CO rIHighest market price paid for WHET OOOCOOOOOCCOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO a A Moneymaker for t THE OLD WORLDtAND ITS WAS By William Jennings Bryan uperbEngravingsCol Bryan atidhlsvisitsever written Most successful seller of this generation FOUR EDITIONS in Fur MONTHS harvest Write at dnce for Territory and Agents Outfit cenutoAddress THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING C0lrl ST Louis Mo InDear Old JLunnon- A writer in tli6 Ltndon Daily News giving some experiences during dense fogs says he was once in a bus whienj stopped suddenly on Waterloo bridg J in a fog The driver urged the horses to move but they would noi and when the conductor wOnt to in OvlirI fl Do You Want a SMALL r FARMPI IXtIZI 1v wtZl Z v Than You Can Build a No 3 miles from Springfield on good pike good 5 room dwelling good stock barjn J good orchard all under good fence Onet fourth mile from school aqd one mile from church Price 1800 No 10249 acres 3 miles tram Springfield onehalf mile from pike 6 room dwelling small stock barn plenty ot locusts good fence allin grass plenty of water Price 1200 DII LAKE Agents fztz1ItHut LOQK ATp THESE ZZ iZtICheaper House IOI6Qacres The Real Estate Man SPRINGFIELD KY w iIr J t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEP1EMBER 16 1908 r 1b t + H r r Theft BC and X Y lof r ADVERTISING A SERIES i OF TEN TALKS I I Vttea by Seymour E tonof l I The advertising since is anything bii exact It is an easy matter to diagnose symptoms But in advertising as in medicine very different causes j produce very similar disturbances eye strain a wabbly steamer deck or green watermelon each means an upset stomach 4 But threare some broad general prmcijples ichar as permanent as the eternal hills ft V T I V Moui t mouth talk is the great secret of popular V advertising success As a general rule people are short on talk They are always running put The sco1eseveiyIf he fails to make people talk about his goods he makes them talk about himself They wash wIth his Isoap or drink his tea or rub on his axle grease just to get in touch with him I Talk can be created about the most common 4place things baked beans or tooth powder olq linen collars You need only to know what switch to turn on Human hature has not differed for six thousand years but the point of view is constantly chajnging 4 If the people remained the same j 4 business conditions remained the same ifi society and the weather remained the same then the advertising of last year would apply this year But it doesnt The V point of view is different We are in a continuous turmoil of change The successful advertiser bust live right up even with the clock Advertise every day to meet the conditions of today An adver tisement that made it big hit last year may fall flat and dead this year There is in everything fullness of time a season when the fruit is ripe periods when all conditions seem to lend themselves to success The advertiser must have discernment sharp enough and vision clear enorfo to Izio i the year arid the month and the day of the month in which the people are not only living but in which they are thinking Make goods or entertainment or social position hard to obtain or scarce in amount and thit is that people fall over each other in the mad rush to see sQmebody else get left The moment you putup the bars and say Dont thenit is that people wut to climb The sweetest apples in Y otdhard are those on the tree nearest copyrght19s bTrliunCompany Clcago I I b c c c r fI fI fI lf f fI ItfIW tC r Ir tCwe 1I tCtI 1 cr c c cr1 TO THE fARMERS Of WASHINGTON CQUNTV Ai m T I I i 1M R BRYAN HAS CALLED UPON THE FARMERS of the nation for contributions to the carnpain fund and- as the farmers of Washington county havejalways been IfOUlld in the front ranks battling fqr just pausesbit tlife for the rights of the peopleThe Sun calls uooff n m them for contributions to the fund Mr Boans ielection win m Jjj mean the destruction of those vampireinterests which J have bloodsucked the farmer for a decade his1ectibn will mean the restoration of equal rights to U1itwill mean m that exclusive privileges will no longer ie granted from the j j Seat of the National Government to gluttonous classes It The Democratic National Committee at the suggestion ofv Mr Bryan refuses to ask or accept contributions from corporations J The fight for the supremacy of Democracy is to m i be made and paid for by the great comm n people SThere are hundreds of farmers of Washington county who g jji can and no doubt will contribute liberally to the fund jj Ii Fill out the following blank and mail together with con ii I tribution to The SunS 5 W Ai STDITOR SUNj Enclosed find t my contribution to Bryan W Ai Campaign Fund v l Name i fAi Sj Address i 14lv SlvThe amount re ived will be turned over to Judge W E Selecman Who will w maul recelptto contributor 3 3 3 33 33 3 3 33 333333333 3 3 3a i THE SUN 52fl 1 PhiladelphiaNo7 ourneighbofs SHINES FOR 1= 1BOOKER The witr Mr and Mrs T J ete last Tuesday Mr and Mrs JrT Davis Mrs H I Davis and son of Louisville Mrs D H Houston and daughter Hallie of Madd MrsI nger and son of ashmg ton City Mrs Palmer Goatley and mother Mrs Settle of Valley Hill Mr FiilettIe and Rev Pet Miss Susjiri Reed of Woodlawn is Visiting in this neighborhoodS MrJ H Pile has moved from Lou isville tp the Wess Hughes farm on Big Beach river Mr and Mrs Edd PHeand little attended the As lle last Wednes daughteriatherine Goatley and chil at Mr Ham Shehans 1 Mr Joe Goatley has removedto the tenant hous on Mr Ham Shehans farm There was a large crowd at New Hope last Sunday evening to hear Rev Cull preach Mrs Nora Bpblitt has returned to her home in Lquisville after a weeks visit to her parents Mrs M E Troutman and sister JIIst Mrs T J Settle is visiting her sor Mr J L Settle 7 Mr Joe Goatley wife andson Rob ert spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Alvin Riley Mr and Mrs L Kirsch have returned fro n a two weeks visit to friends and rek tiyesin Grayson countyS parIIthe following guests Sunday Mr J HI MarytMoul and Louis Kirsch iMooresville Mr Roy Ril yof Stringtown Mr Emmet Settle wife and son Harry Mr anjl MrdJoe Goatjey and son Robert Mr and Mrs Bji3 Pile and i1eYlaridsonICharlie and little Louisa Butler with Mrs Wni Boblitt Sunday Mrs J M waShb urn is visiting her daughter Mrs L Kirsch Mrs B M rile is on thesick list Mr Roy fSley and sisters Misses Iva Effie Anda and Amie of String town attpndieil church tat New Iope Sunday L Mr and Mrs Joe and son obert spent t SaturcTatvlth their cousin Mr Bloom fildS SiSMr arid Mrs W O Woford and chil I dren of Woodlawn spent last Tuesday with their uncli Mr B M Pile r t r S mfield1IrSaturday night n Tiny MHeV Farmers Home Journal Tiny 1hteHthe mallesthorse in the world was knocked down ednesday at Lexington Ky after spirited bid iing to James TIatkins Pr1sldent ot the Blue Gras Pair crowd was probably the largest ever assembled for tne sale of a single horse in tha cltyThe pony was Hauled lip ina traiIer igon and bIte out in a dry goods ox ift which hen akes his home It is put of a strain of little Wild horses inolumbia Sbutli Ameri cat and will be exhibited at t eState Fair in Louisville next week NeufalgisyPains Are the result 01 an abnorrna condition of the more prominent nerve branches aused by pon gestionfirjitation or disease If ypu want td relieve the pam try Dr miles AntiPain Pills GDhey often relieve when every thing fails They leave no disagreeable aftereffects Just a leasurableisense ofxe I have neuralgia headache right= over my eyes and I am really afraid that my eyes will burst I also have neuralgia pain around my heart I have been taking Dr Miles AnU Pain Pills recently and find they re lieve these troubles quickly I seldom find It necessary to take more than l two tablets for complete relief MRS ICATHERINE BARTON 1117 Valley St Carthage Mo- l UI haye awfu1 spells neuralgia and have doctored a great deal with out getting much benefit For the l takingDralways relieve me I have been sol bad with netiralgia that I sometimes thought Iwould go crazy Sometimes It Is necessary to take two of them but never more and they are sure to relieve me MRS FERRIER 2434 Lynn St Lincoln Neb- Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only If It falls to benefit you 4 Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 7 4 t 4+t4 1 ACOUPBYA t TELEPHONES GIRL S + + H4t tt + + + SOriginal I Carlf this Is dreadful Calm yours f Gr chen Try to throw it off your mind If you icant yoU will land in a lunatic asylum But to think of Heinricb being put 19 death antf bejilnocent OfjthC crime How can throw that my mind vVe mutt find a way to get this new evidence before the court It That is impossible sweetheart We have hall last rel1earil of the tojmaheliponly lose your reason but mllkeme lose mine No judge or court ciin now help us to save your brother 5Could not the cmperorI SThe emperor cannot interfere in Inw cases Besides it would be impossible to get fill audience with him Not on a matter of life and death Unquestionably SUPPo3e every con vcted prisoner or his friends could interview the emperor about his caseJ legitimae exclusive control pf such matters He talked with her a5 long while but fated to produce any effect Who suf fers most one whom the law punishes or those who love the offender t Probably the latter At last the lover went away Gretdieu walked the floor in agony Presently Mnrje Froibel n friend of GretPheus came in Marie was employed in the central office of the Berlin Telephone She not only knew of Gretchens trouble but suf- feredr from it herself Carl the con demned and Marie lid been schoolchildren together and although they oneIshe must not display her feelings asher sister did Marie said Gretchen I mustsee the emperor Carl says his majesty cannot help us if he would I dont believe it He has the power to do al most anything I am sure he has a kind heart Marie pondered It seeths to mp aId presently that womans 1shc is more susceptible ttpity and be easier influenced especially when what is asked con lets with duty I L But the emperor is not a oman The empress is But has she Ute power Yes to Influence the emperor SWell but we caniiot get an inter view with her any more than with the emperor v i I think possibly I may manage thatItYou a poor girl working for your living get me an interview with the greatest lady in the fatherland Sometimes J have great power to secure the attention of great people What do you mean Tell me quick I have given7yUuhope Live on that the present If I perfect a plan 1for call you upon the telephone and it to you Stay at home never go even for a minute where cant reach you Marie kissed her friend and went away She had caught an idea The question remained Would she get an opportunity to work it out There might be a penalty attached to what she proposed to do but what was that compared iwith a chance to save the life of the man she loved In a few days when bretchen was endeavoring to get her mind oCT the tragedy by doing some hougewprk there was a ring atj the telephone Taking up the receiver she heard a wom ans voice ask Is that you baroness You are began Gretchen The v Gletchetitrembled i No your majesty I omnot the baroness I am only a poor girlwhose brother has been sentenced to death for a crime be did not commit God has given me this ppportunify to ask you to help to save him f beg that your majesty will implore the emperor to use his influence to give me an op portunity to get the new proof lhat he Is innocent Think your majesty how you would feel if one dear to you about to be killed vereI This is ingular said the the empress as if to herserfr1 TlieiL Give me your brothers my poor girl nud I will see if I can do mustIdifferent part e jthe government froiu that which the emperor administers But I am sorry for you and will help you if I cnn- Gretchcn gave her brothers name then thanked the empress hung up the receiver and danced all around the room But soon she began to be de spondent again though now that she had the empress promise to try to help her she did not despair The next day the judge before whom the case had beep tried received n summons to the palace There an In terview occurred between him fiud the emperor which resulted In a reopen ing of the case In question and In the end the condemned man was acquitted Marie Fro bel hal succeeded In get ting herself assigned to a field which comprised the empress private line then the first time the empress was called Marie connected her with Gretchen Marie valted expecting to receive her dismi sal but when a month had and nothing came of it she concluded that since her of fense concerned a matter of life and death her majesty had pardoned it When the prisoner was released there was great rejoicing by two families which was celebrated by a double wed ding HELEN INGLEHART J- Dr W P trusty Practicaljj DentistJ SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Huydon Barber BaD LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD I SKENTUCI Y Life Fire and Accident I Did Massachusetts Mutual always reliable arkitho teat company in the wprld Your insurance i DR fttWUYATT DR JNO M SPAULDING I OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS DR HYATT ItDr SPAULDING to 4 p 1mI SAnd in office all Night Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVEUC J HAYDONS DRUG STO- REQfficeHours8 i to 9 tia 1 to 2 PM- J 11 LAMPTONM D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phonelNo 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS t NURSE TELEPHONES j Day 49 Nigiit jlo9l T SCOTT MAYES ATTYAT LAW Springfield Ky l1lngtonandand Federal Courts I C C McCIIORD SATTYATLAW x ISpringne1d Ky Will practice III all State and Federal Court lii 4 4W DCLA YBROOKEf e ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in thecourts of Appeals WE SELECMAN ATTYALAWS Springfi ld Ky Will in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals SISMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice in the Courts of Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals j S M CAMPBELL 3 AUCTIONEER t Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty 4WilllJo anywhere Ternis reason 84 CUMBERLAND PHONE RF P Nol J E SHELBY BREEDER OF DurOC S vlnePRIR IELD A FEW CHOICE OARS FORSALE VVB PRINT SALE BIlLS AND PRINT THEM BIGHT JOHN Yt MAYES Funeral Director iAndLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best AttentionS Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 The Sun and Daily t Kentucky Stat Jour nal both on year 4 l 500000 Prize Puzzle 1 Can You Solve It t Tits Celebrated i5 Puzzle jjj rrT rt I t Take any of thenumbers 1 2 34 5 67 8 9 and pJacein the nine squares ort this or a separate sheet of paper so that any way it is read it will make 15 The same humbcannot be used more than once Every pefsonsendmg in correct solution will be entitled to share jna grand distribution of cash value prizes amounting to 5000 and to each person a song book containing 50 old favorite songs with words and music Winners will be notified by mail only Cut this out and send your so Ilubon of puzzle with name and I address to MontenegroRiehm Music Co 1628 and INCORPORATED 630 Fourth Avenue 11 LOUISVILLE KY 25 lii Farm For S aeII Having decided to change locations TIwill offer for sale privately my on the Springfield and Manton road2 miles from Mant6n DESCRIPTION Contains j206 Acres 18 acres in timber most all the rest in gras some tobacco land Is well wat ered by three good ponds and wells has two orchards a good dwelling banv and all necessary outbuildings Has R F Dmd telephone line by the place Close to schootI SSCall on or address C M BRINGLE L Springfield Ky Rt 5 Box 37 33 8tpd STEVENSII f Crop destroying Vfurred and featheredL pests are made short shrift of with a reliableIunerring STEVENS CFor Sport or Service STEVENS RIFLES SHOTGUNSPISTOLS are unsurpassedIHIGH IN QUALITY LOW IN PRICE It you cannt obtain froa you Deolar ve itlp llrect trpreai pe1d upon receipt of cta los Price Alw3yJln1atlen when ordering SendSeentila itaipifar lGOsCa Illustrated and DetertpUva Catalog IleFte wth STEVENS and itgeneral irearm is arnatlon SijJ STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO P O Boz 4098 Chicopee Falls Mass THE SUN AND Both paCperslyri Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CouriervJournal 15Q Weekly Louisville Heral125American 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 1 SemiWeekly St Dbuis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World irTJF Home and Farm 1 25 i American Agriculturist 175 jli50American JCountryFarm andFiresicle13Farm Field anq Fireside LSReview of Reviews 836 L tt s Magazine 2 Scnbnera Mui zine400Led-ger Monthly 1 75 Harpers Magazine 435- Harpers Weekly 43niJ SunnvSouthIfx b iIv r 1 y L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1908 I SPRINGFIELD SU-NrISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONEhpOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission throug the mails as secondclass matter TERMS oFSUBSCRIPTI0N OseYear 1Q0 t i Biz Months b0 Three Months t 25 V FOR PRESIDENT j 4 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN i 1OfNebraska T fvy JOHN W KERN Of Indiana t I FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON bF NELSON COUNTY FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A C Kimball as a candidate for the nomina tion for Sheriff ot Washington subject to the action of the Demdcratic party Deputies Richard Boblitt Sam JD Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and Hubert Virgin jFOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce S J Anderson for Sheriff of Washington subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Byron Croake Geo Powell Sam Hale and H R Eddleman LOCUST GROVE Mrand Mrs John Leachmah a1 tended t- relatives he Bardstown fair and visited at Fairfield last week Mrs Ora Merritt is visitingher fath er at leasurevilleKy 1Mr A L Litsey has returned rom a business trip to Louisville Miss Bertha Edgerton spent last week with Miss Sue Reed on the Ridge Miss Tiny Reed is spending two weeks with her cousin Mrs Luther l Burns near town Mesdames Lizzie Reed and Emma Baker Misses Sue and Bertha Edger ton were guests of Mrs Mattie Dragoo last week Mr and Mrs Edd Janes spent Wed nesday and Thursday with Mrl and Mrs Tom Baker Mrs E M Wilson of Grundy Home is visiting the families of Merritt Hun gate and J S Leachman Edd Litsey left Monday for Lexington to attendschool Miss Mayme Leachman of Louis v l1estill continues the guest of Mrs Julia Leachman Messrs Sterling Thompson Mitt and B B Leachman attended the Bards town fair Saturday Merritt Hungate of Wiljisburg was in our midst Monday it Texas Ky Aug 19 1908The Home Comfort Range has the right name 1 know from experience what they are and not hearsay as 1 haye been cooking on dne for several years I would advise everyone to buy the Home Comfort if they are in need of a Range MRS T A H YSi l FOR SALE Privately1 Having decided to leave Springfield Iwili offer for sale privately my 1 HOUSE and LOT Situated one half mile from Springfield on the Texas pike Lot contains three acres is well fenced has good well and ALL NECESSARY OUTBUILDINGS Will also sell my Blacksmith Shop and Tools For further information call on or addresswRichard Riley 30rpd2t Springfield Ky r 7 Program The following is the program of the Teachers Association for Educational Division No 410 be held at Tatham Springs Ky September 26 1908 930 a mrDevotional Exercise Piano SoloOscar Shirley SoloJ S Weathers The Ideal PupilClarence Robinson An Ideal Teac erSam Wells Guitar Splo =Miss Maudie Royalty 1030 Recess 1045SoloJoe Wycoff Recitation Miss Alice Busby What Iientuckyhas yet to do for Edu cationMIss Rose Adams RecitationMiss Nannie Lee Hilton 12 mNoon Recess 130 pmPiano SoloOscar Shirley SoloMiss Maudie Royalty How can the Teacher Secure Class In terestW H Baxter Recent School LegislationSupt J W i Bush Duties of Parents Migs Emma Hiatt 300 Recess 315Piano SoloMiss Eva Pinkston Recitation Miss Bell Hatchett Duties and Responsibilities of Teach ersroe WycoffI Recitation1Vlriss Pearl Hickerson Duties of PupilsMinor Bottom General EducationsProf Geo W Col vin 400 pm Adjourn Painful Acciden MrW W W yant who represents the German American Coffee Co of Chicago had quite a serious accident last night He Was being driven from Lebanon to Springfield by a negro boy who drives forJ W Crume Bro When in front of the Gibbs farm about three miles from town the houses tail became entangled in the lines and the animal commenced to run and kick The horse ran into a wire fence and the buggy was overturned throwing Mr W ant to the ground with great violence His chin was b dly cut and he was severely bruised about the right arm and leg After the accident he was brought tp Springfield and taken to the Walton Hotel where Dr Lamp ton dressed his wounds Mr Wyant t though stiff and bandaged left on the morning train for Chicago i SchoofjQpened The Springfield Graded School opene Monday morning with the largest first day attendance in the history of the school there being present 286 pupils Prof Colvin believes this term will be successful from every standpoint an- is d very much pleased with the pros pects The same excellent corps of teachers that taught iin the school last term are again employed and thi guarantees to the patrons of the school the best of everything in teaching Notorious Nad Badly Beaten As the result of a quarrel over a crap game in which several negroes were participating NadjMcChord alias Har din a noted bad nigger of the town was badly beaten up and came nea meeting death at the hands of Da Reed on last Sunday evening near th quiet little village of Poortown Thu far no arrests have been made but the citizens of that village hope to have this nuisance put to an end at an early date Purchases tarm JL Mr J R ONeal recently urcha s e a small farm of Mr Turner Derringer at Valley Hill fOl1600Mr ONeal has been living in Springfield Burin the past year and has made many friends who regret his leaving Ware informed that he will operate th blacksmith and woodwork shop at Val ley Hill the ensuing year- Efficient Work County Supervisor J R Mayes is having all of the main bridges in th county remodeled and is doing efficient work Many bridges had becomedan gerous and most of them have been replaced by new ones strongly built and braced by the best of lumber mak ing it very safe for the traveling public Mr Mayes work is very commendable and we think no better man can be had for that responsible position Springfield KyvAug 241908This- is to certify that I have been using a Home Comfort Range for 14 years and it has always given good satisfaction I have never spent one cent for repairs and Range is in perfect condition now and will last many years yet H E CASE V STALLARD D D S Iw I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 I All Work TEETH Pain or Dander Done in this office is first I class in every resooct and just as advertised GUARANTEEDIfAYer McElroy Marion County Falcon An extra large crowd was in Lebanon county court day and while considerable stock was on the market very little was sold The candidates for count offices were much in eV- Idenceabd handshaking was the order of the dyaY LottielPearl aged 9 years daughter of L T Pendygraph assistant section foreman of the L Nat this place died Sunday of scarlet fever Remains were taken through the country to Parksville Sunday night for interment Another child of Mr Pendy graph isafflicted with the same disease and the house has been quarantined J P Osborn one of the countys best citizens died at his home at Chicago this county last Saturday De ceased was about 75 years of age and was in good health until a few years ago when a cancer of the face ren dered his condition feeble He was the father of Mr T F Qsborn of this city A strong Christian and consist ent member of the Catholic church he died fortified by its sacred rites and interment took place from St Francis church Chicago Monday While tcomiPg to Lebanon Saturday afternoon the horse driven by Mrs P C Cleaver frightened at a coat hanging on the fence at the top of Jim Town hill and ran off About half way down the hill the buggy overturned throwing Mrs Cleaver on the pike with much force The horse was stopped about two hundred yards further on but not until the buggy had been practically demolished Mrs Cleavers left shoulder and arm were badly bruised but she very fortunately escaped further injuries t Smallpox There has been quite a good deal of excitement in the northern part of the county about Antioch over smallpox From reports received here however it is believed that there is but one case and that the County Board of Health now has it so in hand that there is no dangerof its becoming epidemic It is reported that the father of the boy who is sick either shot at or shot to frighten the first physician who went to His house for the purpose of vaccinating and quarantining and that when the second one went a member thedwasfnoting bafflled in his efforts to thwart the doctors is said to have left the county Wins Race StatesFair Shultz carried 111se ners from every College in Kentucky Farm Sold Mr B M iShewmaker ot Mackville who had his farm advertised for sale soldn60eacres CANARYIf Mrs G W Fenwick and Mrs J W Logsdon spent Monday with Mrs Lula AndersonWe sprry to report Mrs H S weekdAnnie Hiatt and children Mrs Bettie Canary and daughter Maggie entgexase I guesteannsry Sunday night Misses Pearl and Sadie Feriwiclk were the pleasant guests of Miss May Lan ham Saturday night Mr and Mrs Brack Yates spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs T W Phillips rsIee Hiatt and two c lldren 1gtMr yille this week v Miss Maggie Hiatt has r turned home after a visit to her sister Miss Jewell Hiatt of Mackville Enter School The Western Kentucky State Normal of Bowling Green offers young people desiring scholarship and professional training an unexcelled opportunity to prepare for the active duties of life Write H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky for information f Notice to the Public Owing to a breakdown I have been unable to fill morders for the past two weeks I and will be able to eery ask the continuance T of1nowrunnmg Mills They 1 ake The Kinks Out I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years with increasing satisfaction They take the kinks out of stomach liver and bowels without fus or friction says N H Brown of Pitt field Vt G aranteed satisfactory at Haydon Robertstmsdrugstore 25c ADVANCE SH WING OF FallStylesIn Ladies Suits and Separate Skirts WE HAVE lUST RECEIVED A GOOD IZE SHIPMENT of THE CELEBRATED PALMER GARMENTS This well known make has never failed to attract appreciateGoode COME IN LOOK AT THEM AND TRY THEM ON REMEMBER if you fail to find your size in the lot we have jiipt received we will gladly take your measure and t aYe one Made at the Factory For You SATISFACTION GUARANTEED J We show Cloth Simples ofover 200 styles in Ladies and Misses Suits anal skirts W e also wish to announce the arrival of a shipment of the Newest Fall Styles in Mens and Boys Suits Shoes and Hats Trunks and Suit Cases The ROBERTSON = CLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED Public SaleiOF Land and Personal PropertyON FRIDAY OCT 2a Beginning Promptly at 10 oclock a m j L ll Having decided to Quit farming I will on the above date offer for saleat p6blic OUiCfV1 My Farm Containing 210 Acres SITUATED ONE MlLE FRO n MACKVILLE ON THE EAST TEXAS PIKE I The farm will beoffered in three tracts and then as a whole and the best bid will be accepted i The farm has on it an abundance of water for both domestic and stock purposes Ifsold in sepfarate tracts each will contain running water The first tract includes the dwelling and all stables and outbuildings The dwelling has seven rooms is practically new and modern in every respect The Thelandisbarn Each tract will make a very desirable home close to churches of all denominations and to one of the best schools in the county PERSONAL PROPERTY i Three young mares broke to ride and drive 2 nice 3yearold driving geldings i 6 yearold Work Horse I 6yearold work and brood mare r 8yearold walking mare in foal 2 pair of work mules S CAMPBELL Auctioneer 1 2yearold horse mule 2 firstclass mare mule colts 4yearold Jack one of the pest r In the county jC 7 nice shoats t 2 year oldsteers i yolk work steers J v Three Milk Cows 3 head of Registered Angus IFer i males v Tkr One Bull f stock Ewes most of Jthem Yearlings v About stock Hogsv TERMS made known on day of sale and will be easy DINNER ON THE GROUND 11 M of r 75 30 W W HATCHETT Io Try THE SUN For Job Printing J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1908 I 5 1ITII T I 1I- 45rrII ndII Will be sold at Public auction in Springfield I nextICOUNTY COURT DAY It IHyou want a GOOD MACHiNE this will be your ICome to town and buy oneALL MAKESI M H JONES II IIand see me On County Court Day I will I LUNCHESserveI Iofall kinds to the public at reasonable prices I Dr G T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With ICROWN tIAll Dental Work strictly First = class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs LocaJ News Notes l C W Homan Co Springfield Ky wdht to buy alot of fresh eggs also a lot of Spring Chickens weighing Ii and 2 pounds r FOR RENTA four room cottage on East Main street occupied by Nick Kelly Apply to JOHN SHADER LFOR SALEA good second land bug gyandset of harness Gi W iiYON Brumfield Ky Aug 19 1908 1 bought a Home Comfort Range 23 years ago 6 yerrs ago I bought a new Therold one is still good and in use I cant recommend the Home Comfort as have psed two of them J N ISHAM e In this issue of The Sun Mr J C McElroy advertises for sale at public auction on Sept 30 a lot of fine horses I mules cattle etc See his ad in this issueIf you want to beautify your home get sonic of Grundy and McIntireS rugs Texas Ky Aug 9081 can rec ommend the Home Comfort Range as I have used one for several years I would not take what I paid for my Range torday and do without one They are all thats claimed of them They have no equal for baking and require very little fuel Respectfully MRS J M BEGLEY i I In this issue bf The Sun Mr W W Hatchett of Mz ckville advertises his fam near tack ille for sale He also advertises a lot qf goodstock for sale Sale1 2 r SMALLPOX A case of smallpox is reported in the northern section of the county Two or Ithr ae cases of scarlet fev fare also rortd in the county Mifi A C Winters has bought a farm of 100 acres in Pulaski county and he and his family will move to it the first of the year Mr Winters is a good citizen and his friends here regret that he has decided to leave Rey William H Williams lost a val uable horse last in an unusual manner Mr Wfe Hiams had hitched the animal to his btj rg gy and attempted to drive through the gate The horse re- fUsed to budge and it was necessary to unhitch tWhen this was done the animallreared uJand fell backwards its head strikin a small stone which crushed the skulU AH persons haying claims against the Washington Cou ty Fair Association will present them at once THEO C CAMPBELL Sec Sel Ur toGrin pnceAtTexas Ky Aug 191908After cooking on a H me Comfort Range 6 years I am m a ositIOn to recommend them They have no equal for baking and all kinds of cooking As such I them IM R L PURDOM The besthoesin the world for ladies misses boys and men at Grundy Mclntjres i FAik ST CK FOR SALEAs administrator of F M Campbells estate I desire s to sell at private sale twentyfiye shares of Washington County Fair stock It is necessary to sell this stock in order to make settlement CAMPBELLI Public Saler OF STOCK CROP FARMING IMPLEMENT ETC Xt my Farm I mile West of Springfield on Wednesday SEPT 30 08I AT 1 OCLOCK P M SHARP Having d my farm I will on the above date sell to the highest bid r der the following property Horses and Mules Mtfhday recommend the best work and brood mares you can tint nywh UEEN gray mare 9yearsold by rehe by Red Wilkes unsurpassed for a work and brood mare BEN bay horse the best family broke horse around here Two good mare mules 8years old 1 good horse mule 12 old 1 extra nice mare mule 2yearsold broke to workanywhere 1 nice mule colt 1 yearlingcolt by Nighthawk twoyearoldcolt by Sunshine 10year old mare in foal to Fancy Boy 2yearold colt by Happy Courier twoyearold filly by Happy Courier 2yearold filly by Floater2yearold Gelding by son of Onward AI are good bred ones on both sides and nice lot of youngsters 1 CattleThirty Hogs Ifine one head yearling steers 9 head yearling heifersIiils pedigreed registered i Cow three good cows three extra bull calves I I One Duroc Boar four or five Brood Sows a lot of 40 50 Shoats and Stock Hogs orI HarrowFarmingone new Deering Mower 1 new Kentucky Wheat Drill new Iron Roller twohorse Old Hickory wagon 1 sweep hay rake cultivators turning plows shovel plows gearing and eVerythmg a farmer needs One Looms trap 1 good Runabout set new trap harness and articles too numerous to mention 75 to 100 tons Hay a lot of Corn TERMS Under 10 Cash andover 1D six months time nego tiable note with six per cent interest fronj date eJOMcELROYti Q nnna oad aQ nQIi Notes o aQVisitors In and Out of TownA n oftheWeeksaQ aoQeQQQnnO Mr Frank Willett left Tuesday to attend the Louisville School of Pharmacy Miss Louise Haydon left Tuesday for Memphis Tenn where shewill at tend school Miss Ella Sweeneyi visiting her mother Mrs WH Sweeney of Lou isyille Mrs Kate Wright of West Poin visited at the home of her brother Judge 1 H Thurman last week Miss Lillian Wharton of Louisville is th LitseyILeachman is visiting her sister Mrs W H Sweeney of Louisville Miss Elizabeth Leachman is in Lou isyille this week Miss Adelaide Kelly returned to her home in Louisville today after a visit to the Misses Medley Mr Ben Medley has recur edto Owensboro after avisit to his ps rents Mr and Mrs G E McdKy +Mrs G E Medley and dau hter Miss Alth Ire are Visiting friends in Louisville 7ltrs Will Bird of Louisville is vis Majleyicktbwn is visiting her sister Mrs J L Barber iMrEverett Buster will leave the l part the week for Seattle Washington on a prospecting tour Mrs Buster will accompany him as far as Louisville Mr Will Robertson who has been employed as pitcher fcjr the Winchester base ball team of the i Blue Grass League has returned home 4Mr and Mrs J F Greene are vis- Iting friends and relatives in Louisville this week 1Mrs George Edelen leas returned a visit to her daughter Ms J H Hayes of Louisville Mr and Mrs S E Clements spent- Fri4ay and Saturday in Bloomfield Yt tuJIliamstisK in Louis villa buying millinery goods Mrs Andrew Cunningham spent a few 1stweek in Louisville MrsJ A Tong left today for Louisville where she will undergo trea canceri r Mr and MrsC Duncan ot Louisville Jas and Sue MurattA and- MrsjBelIeYankey of Webb City tta of Springfield Mo accompanied the remains ot Mrs Muratta =Mr and Mrs A L Jenkins have returned to their home in Cincinnati after a visit to the family of Mr G D a Mr G D Duncan returned home- Mondaymght from Cincinnati where he has been buying goods Miss Ruth Ray after a visit to her father near town has returned to her homeTin Waco Texas Mri and Mrs Henry Hilton and ShewmakerIy souri to visit relatives Miss Hadgie Bow entertained a numbeij of friends this afternoon Master Victor Tucker son of MrI and Mrs Wash Tucker of near town is ill of typhoid fever Mrs Al Mudd is visiting relatives in Louisville Mr G T Jones of Louisville vie ited relatives here Sunday Mrs Winchester Phillipps of Leb anon is visiting Drand Mrs S J Smock Mrs E S Mayes Jr is recover ing from a spell of flux Mr and Mrs G C Wharton have returned from a weeks stay at Tat ham Mrb James McCabe has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Andrew Cunningham and Mr H B McElroy spent a few days las week at Cynthiana Mr HM Grundy has recovered from a severe spell of illness Master Edward Russell son of Mr and Mrs Ed M Russell underwent an operation for appendicitis in Elizabe Hospital at Lebanon Monday He is now doing nicely and it is thought he will soon recover Mrs R K Dugan of Woodlawn is the guest of her mother Mrs S E Pile who is quite ill at her home near Valley Hill Mr and Mrs M Reed arevisiting their daughter Mrs W N Foster of Louisville during the Sate Fair t fJ I Will You Not Listen to Reason Ii Jl a a J I V t i- LrJ ILL you not let us advise you a little bit about purchasing COOKING STOVESor RANGES We have been m business in Springfield a long time and during that time have learned the needs ofIthe people o Washington county We have also searched til markets of the country for the BEsTand have bought at prices f that enable us to sell at low figures We handle the BEST RANGES guaranteeII We are responsible we are doing business in your andiear out and it is only necessary to come to Springfield nd explain matters Iyus when your range develops a weak point Sometimes the very bet of 1mranges have weak In castings Suppose you buy one from a mail house or of irresponsible parties and it developes that the castings in I the range are weak and the range pops openNIne times out of ten I you will not get any redress and if you do it will cost time and worry in writing and threatening etc If you find any fault with a range bought of us it isrI only necessary to come in to see us and explain matters We will make it satisfactory Besides we sell The BEST Ranges made lower than you can buy them out of Springfield IMaywe not ask you to at least not buy a range until you see our stock ourx H H I rCAN SATISFY YOU V IWECAN SURPRISE YOU WITH LOW PRICES I There is no Range made that can successfully compare with the I MAJESTIC It is the BEST Its durability will be testified to by two or three hu dred people in Washington county and there are none who J will dispute that it is a good cooker iTh Majestic Range complete for Bi V Other Ranges from 2600 to 45 BI OUR MAL ABLE WROUGHT IRON RANGE WILL SUrf YOU TIS GUARANTEED I e COME TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY IU tl Y I I Shultz Riedel ti lj Mrs Benedict Janes of Clear town is spending two weeks with relatives Jin Louisyille Mr and Mrs J R ONeal visited their daughter Mrs S J Montgomlj ery of near Valley Hill r Mr and Mrs Thos Reed of Book er visited Mrs Jennie tfarlow Tues day Mrs W F Moran visited relatives at Valley Hill Tuesday Mr W F Moran is quite ill at this writing Miss Miranda Tucker who hasj been visiting her brother in Kansas during the past summer has returned to her home near Valley Hill Mr T C Tatum and family of Valley Hill are visiting Mrs TatHims mother Mrs J M Lair of Louisyille during the State Fair Miss Della Virgin entertained at dinner the following young people on last Sunday at her home ne rMaud1 Mr Carl Yancey and Misses Fairy and Marguerite LyddaneA of Midway Mr James Moran and Miss Margie Bonta of Springfield Mrs S H Bishop is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs H B Bonta at Mt Zion t Daily Arrivals o- fPALLMILLINERY My Fall Millinery is being re ceived each day and I now have on display the handsomest line Springfieldt Prices Gome in and select your Fall Hat Now t Remember I am prepared to do all kinds of trimming at a reas onable price Have a nice line of all kinds of Material Miss Willie Knott i Mr T B Flaugher is visiting relatives at Maud iyr find Mrs Houston Bi ter of Gravel Switch visited Mr and Mrs S Campbell Tuesday Mrs E L Davison is visitjng relatives in Indianapolis this week Messrs J E and Will Thompson have returned to their home i i Pitts burg Penn after a visit to r latives here j f Mr and Mrs W K Robertson where1theyfor the Robertson Claybrooke Co Mrs Ella Mon ornery and children have returned from a visit to Mrs Montgomerys mother Mrs T J Nally of near Bardstown Mr C C McGill of Lebanon was in town Tuesday Mrs Kate Spalding and daughter Miss Katherine of Lebanon spent Tuesday with friends here Miss Lucie E Selecman goes to Lexington Ky Thursday Sept 17 with her sister Mrs Litsey to be pres ent at the unveiling of King Solomon Monument On this occasion Mr Edwin Carlile Litsey gives a read ing of one of his productions representing the young literary men of Ken tucky and ME James Lane Allen will give a reading of one of his representing the older literary men of Kentucky It is generally known that King Solomon of Kentucky is one of Mr Al lens literary creations IIfISpringfieldKentucky Mrs J C McElroy who under went an operation in Philadelphia re cently is improving and herhYsrciansAitnow believe she Will be permanently cured Mrs McElroys bright and hope d ful disposition and her strong willy power will enable her to recover Herd many friends in Springfield will be glad to learn that the chances for hel recovery are very bright Mr and Mrs L H Bellebaunf have returned 1a trip to Eyans ville Ind They made the trip from j Louisville by waterover the Ohib and were nine days on the mighty shallow stream The second day oit from Louisville the bOat hung up on a sand bar and stuck for twentysix j hours On the return trip another sand bar was plowed into and for fiftytwo hours the old boat held tight to the bottom of theTiver Mr Bellebaum says the trip was a happy one sand bars to the contrary notwithstanding i Among the Springfield people whoo are attending the State Fair in LomsJville this week are Mrs J W Kelly- Mr and Mrs J C Shader Mt arid c Mrs J C Clements Mr and Mrs PrK Kelly Ur and Mrs JC Mudd l Mr and Mrs W D McElroy Mr andIIMrs T Scott Mayes Mr and Mrs Carlisle Clelland Mrs J R Durrett and Miss Ehse Durrett Misses Katie Cain Lou Booker Mary Lee and LIllie Simms and Julia Parrott Messrs Leo Haydon Richard Jlnd Louis Kelly J t IF Gregory Lester and Clyde GibbstiR Durham and E S Mayes Jr qli II M FARMFor Sale =Privately I deli 3emumy farm one mile East of MackviUe on the Perry v ill ke knqwiuis the W B Hatchett farm at private sale ON 0 FORE OCTOBER 1 Farm Contains lOG Y Acres AND IS IN A HIGH STATE OF CULTIYA Thirty five or forty acres to be seeded Two acrei IjW several locust groves oThere is on the placewithin 8t yards the dwelling housea neverfailing spring Also two rieveifailing springs for stock Forty or fifty acres of tobacco land The dwelling house is twostory seven rooms halls and porches Good stock barn can be used for tobacco All other outbuild ings Farm close to good schools and churches of all denominations Will also sell two yearling mules four yearling horse colts h Jersey cow and calf twentysix good stock ewesandone buck 3000 or 4000 feet of good oak lumber seven or eight hundred twofeet oak boards For terms and other particulars call upon or write to G W sfam MackvilleKy t SsSSiSSSSSSIS SsSS4SSiSS1SSSSi i I 4 I I t I I I I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1908 IHE J f9lze New Mayo Based on GJLBroadliursts Successful Play TIlE NAN 1 Tfffiou BYI IAILBERT H umruUERIIUNE COPYRIGffZSO7Y tiEOlM Jfl3ROADHlI1fST t CHAPTER JX moment of strained SIlenceIensued upon was broken by lble Perry whohavingI rcJostriumphantly from the ballroom This is my dance he remarked Lwnett in capacity of chaperon should askfor Cynthia yflu can tell her wefo gOIng into the glass house to stroll among the omautic vegetables t And he departed with his prize in the direction of the conservatory Them ments interruption had sufficed for Wamwright to whisper an admonitory yord in Horrigans ear Dallas too Bearing a clash took Bennetts arm Its so warm in here she murmur 4ed Perhaps we can find better air in one of the other rooms Shall we try Wain wright exclaImed Horrigan its the pprtieres closed behind the may or and girl I dont like that Is your niece on his side or with us I dont know answered Wain wright discontentedly and I dont like to force an issue by asking her It doesnt especially matter I suppose In any case 1 can trust her oure in luck sneered Horrigan That makes two people you say you can trustfirst your secretary Thorn son and then Hello he broke off asa swarthy middle aged man hurried in Looking for me Williams Whats tip The newcomer was visibly excited and at first glance Horrigan had seen that something was amiss Whats up repeated the boss Barns Ellis has gone deserted cried Wil Ellis echoed Wainwright in dis may fOr the man of whom Willianu spoke was one Of the aldermanic solid thirteen on whom Horrigan counted The boss made no comment but wait ed impatiently for his henchman to continue x v I Ellis has gone repeated Williams He left a note for me saying his wife iis very ill and the doctors ordered him to take her south So he cant attend FrIdays meeting Cant attend the meeting gasped Wainwrlghl But everything depends onV1Oh hell be on hand the cur growled Horrigan The rest are stand Ing solid of course I think so hazarded Williams but spme of em are pretty scared Weve never had such a fight before as Ben Jnetts putting up against us tow It antfIll strengthen em up so as to fcnock out any weakening declared Horrigan confidently Its Ellis weve got to look after now Go after him Williams on the first train south and haul him back Sa ehim here by Friday if you have to kidnap him I f Ill stand for any damage or expense Only see hes here for that meeting Its up to you Now Jump t As Williams hastened toward the door Horrf called after him VOn your way out send word to Rob erts that I want to see him here Well Wainwright he resume turning back into the room It looks bad DqLyou think III think were in a tight place If our aldermen found out about Ellis quitting theres no knowing how many of em would bolt If we cQuld only work Bennett Out of the question He cant be turned Theres no man who cant be turn ed Ise one card up my sleeve yet that ought to land him But Id rather try something elseflrst wish we cothd get a line on hlsprlce He cat be boughtj He Rot Everybody cnn be bought Only theres some that cant be bought with cash Im wondering what there Ms thatll buy hlnvif money wont Gibbs in search of an elusive part ner crossed the foyer and paused to Street them What news he asked Wainwright surveyed the brokers well groomed figure with less approval than usual Ypu seem to be Industrious tonight said he Its a pity enoughI tonights dancing energy ben devoted to your work this morn ing iQibbs flushed at the reproof In words nd tone 0 repliedvI 24 Why didnt you notify me of el big block of Borough stock that was bought up just before noon I hadnt heard about it answered Gibbs with not quite all his custom ary assurance Every oclyelseheard of it Youll have to Beep bettertab on themarket than thaif youVe to be any use to Do you kjiicw who bought it sI ie turned Gibbs with growing uneasiness Or course dont Bow should Ijknow What are you driv xHThis Im driving t Several big blOcks of the stock have been un loaded on the market during the past few days and have beenquietly snnp ped up SomeboCVgeQentlytnilin on to game who Ive told yu twice that I didnt know Clustered Gibbs masking his concern under a show of virtuous In dignaiion The effort called forth all the astute young brokers nerve for a certain shrewd scheme of his showed signs of falling through By his original ar rangeuient with Wainwright he was to have manipulated iI1 the B rough stock nirchases on the excbanKe floor and to receive 20 per cent of the pronts on the condition that be invest not one dollar In the stock on his count pllnteacII Havingjstrpng faith in the cess no equally strong In centive tkeep faith with his partners Gibbs had sought to swell his own profits by secretly buying up quantities of the stock for himself until every penny of his capital was invoh 3d His troubled mind could lot now deter mine whether or not Wainwright sos pected him Gibbs while possessing all the ambition selfishness and lack of conscience that go toward the making of a gtfeat financier lacked the one chief essehtkiIs for the part namely hFall through Grie lGibbs dismayed a cold and un shaken nerve It was this defect that now threat r eftod to him IVell Iasmissing the top Iyourknow who is do ing this buying priVatQI what we brought you into the deal for Anyhow the mysterious purchaser Is liable to find himself in hot water be tore fang h1triedOnly because the deal will probably fall through Fall through cried Gibbs dismay ed What do you Why you told me Mr Horrigan could win over a four teenth alderman and that with his solid thirteen Yes1 drawled Horrigan who had been unobtrusively eying Gibbs from the moment of his rfitrance we had some hno onas you say But my solid thirteen didnt happen to be as solid as he looked Hes bolted Bolted Then wewe will lose We I Say Mr Gibbs observed Horri gan you seem to take this thing pret ty hard for a man with only 20 per cent at stake Mr Wainwright stands to lose some millions Im interested to the extent of almost a million Yet you dqnfc see us getting pale and haky do you If a man cant pay fort e chips be has no right in a poker game Brace up and act like a nian cant yoi7 We havent lost yet Ive sent after the fellow that bolted and I think I can land the fourteenth alder man too Good exclaimed Gibbs in wild re HetuAndyonlJ do your very best to pull the deal through wont you t No snarled Horrigan in elephan tine sarcasm Im going to spend the tittie playing plngpong and diabolo with the kids or taking a coUrse of lessons In fancy knitting Oh buck up cant you And quit acting like a baby Judge New ans out there on tire other side of the ballroom Chase over and tell him to come here Too conffised to resent the boss words Gibbs meekly set out on his er rand That chaps got a streak of yellow a yardwldH commented Horrfean gaz ing after him Not as bad as that replied Wain wright Hes young and not used to reverses Youll find he Is game all right Wh Illt tI co J11es to a pinch What did you waqt of Newman Youll seC Here he comes You wished to speak to me Mr Horrigan pipjcd the little judge hur rying into the foyer Good evening Mr Wainwright What a success the dancingis so Never mind Mrs Newman just now broke In Horrigan Theres somethingimportant I want you to do for me He spoke as htkiways did to Newman in the manne of one addressing jutlgetorto Igpore tin oolitlcians mode of ad dress I wantvon to hunt up Bennett went on the boss and persuade him to stop fighting the Borough franchise bill Tell him Oh gasped the judge in genuine alarm I really dont think I could presume to Yes you can contradicted El brri gan You can do it and yJiats more you will You dont feel shy about ask ing favors of me and when Its the other way aroitnd youve got to come down or I know I know protested the ButIAre you going to be a white man or t welchprl But Im sure that Mrs Newman To blake with Mrs Newman Now listen to me Go tbCennettand do what you can to make him keep his hands off our Borough bill If hes difficult offer him In my name the nom ination for governor next year If you can get hiui weli theres a vacancy next year in the supreme court and Ill do what I can asseIit d the judge Im sure you are right Mr Horrigan even if your way qf putting matters is just a little ragged Ill see Bennett tonight and useaB the IIMr in thy power Im quite civic welfare will be best served If he will cense his uuseemlyopposltion- to the Borough bill Thank you Mr Horrigau Im very sure thrft Mrs Newman Im sure top cut in Horrigan Now run on Were busy Reiqember now the rynext supreme court va ca crt fDo ypu really think he has any in fiuence with Bennett asked Vain wright as the judge vanished Cant do any harm to try Theyre neighbors in the country and in the same crowd in society and all that If It fails Ive another card thats even stronger Roberts oughtto be here by now You found out about those notes jof his uYes both of them One for 7000 byItwice though the security must have been fairly good or the Sturte ant Trust company wouldnt have lenti Williams said you wAnted to speak to me Mr Hprrigan said a neryous voice frOm the dqor and a pale middle aged man came forward He wore worrys stamp between his perplexed eyes arid care had bent his narrow shouldersIYes Good evening Roberts plied Horrlgun cordially See youI later Wainwright The financier took the hint and walk ed toward the ballroom on his way put nearly colliding with Phelan whp was ejiteringjthe foyer At sight of Horri gun and Roberts together Phelans eyebrows went upward with a jerk and he tiptoed out in the opposite direction as fast as his stout legs could carry him in search of Bennett Mean time Horrigan had come directly to the point as usual in his appeal to ROb- erts Look here alderman said he youyejbeen trying for years to got through a park bill for your ward Still kttrtL1 1 Yes fr RobertsIIycotl stituents are at me all the time about that park They It wOuld make your wards property values j o up5Q per cent and it would make yOu solid there forever hey uYcs but Introduce that bill again and Ill guaraiUte It will go through Are you in earnest Theres my hand on It Only of course jits understood that your park bill wont come up until after the Bor- oUgh Stre railway franchise is passed Understand I said Poberts after a pausesbut I voted against that bill and r You voted against the bill In its original form Horrigan Interrupted reassuringly and you were right too It had a lot ofj clauses that you thought werent square But all those have been cut out But I still But roull be doing thats best for your own constituents by looking after their In ft rests in the matter of the park Youll be their herofor that Of course If I wanted to put it another way I could remind you that yout business is in a bad way anjLthat H friend pf mine has bbught t Jot notes at the Sturtevant Trust compan and mefins to send them to you tomorrow But that has nothing to do with the case So I just Im honest Mr Horrigan faltered Roberts 1 Sure youre honest Thats wh youll have the courage to vote for thi bill when you see its been arnender o as tp be a good thing for the city Thats being honest isnt it7 II suppose so And the notes the Theyll be sent you by registered mall tomorrow If you want them Do you 7 Yyes That is I Thats seWed then Youve got n level Good night elad Judge Newman The boss strode out a grim smile or victory on his big face leaving Rob erts standing confused doubtful his brain a whirl How long the tempted alderman stood thus oblivious to the music his surroundings and all elsel he coiild lieven remember but a yolk at his elbow brought him to bis senses with a star that was followed by a thrill of fear as he wheeled and necog nized the speaker CHAPTER X eyes rested on the ROBERTS complacent features Phelan At the side was Bennett I was saying remarked Pvhelan blandly that its a fine ball isnt It now Roberts Yes said Roberts hastily prepar ing to move away But Phelan button holed him w Stay an swap talk awhile with his honor and mb Roberts he begged Im in al hurry began Roberts aitdIPhelan has been trying to a bit said Bennett He knows Im Ayorried about the Borough bills outcome I wish Friday was past Same herichimCd in Phelan An you Roberts I muttered the uncomfortable man Why its Friday that the Borough bill comE l1p gain explained Bennett as though Imparting new information YOlrwiIlote against It of course Mr Roberts 1 Im not sure You see its been altered so as to The alterations dont affect the main issue and they cant change any honest mans view So I can count on you to continue opposing it cant I I object to this catechizing flared up poor Roberts I won t stand for it Somebodys going to prison be ore this matters ended Im my own master and Are you sure youre your own master de manded Ben nett It so why should you be afraid to say how you are go ingto vote 4Do you ac cuse me of I accuse you of havingchanged your mind about the bill for some reason thatwont bear the light And I warn you to go carefully Somebodys going to prison before this matters ended Im not answerable to any one but my constituents said Roberts with a pitiful attempt at cold dignity and they And they shall demand an answer from you warned Bennett Ill see to It that they do Now you can go if you want to turning his back on the confused Roberts who eagerly took the opportunity to escape Im afraid friend Roberts aint havrn the happiest time of his life to night remarked Phelan going to the doorway and looking after the depart- Ing alderman Theres not much of what tire poet geezer calls whoop up the dance for joy be unrefined about him Poor fool He never was cutout to be a crook He makes a punk job of it in spite of the trimmlps Hor rigans decr ted him with If I hadnt the sense to be crooked without maklu a monkey of myself Im blcstlt I dont believe Id turn honest Hey Heres a couple of folks though Jjots gettin more fun out of the ballthan ever I hnd at a dog fight As he spoke Perry Wninwright piloted Cynthia in from the conservatory at top speed his jolly young face alight with a joy that reflected Itself In Miss Garrisons own very flushed counte nance VAlwyn shouted young Wainwright not seeing Phelan in his excitement guess whats happened Ill give you three guesses and And I cant possibly guess if you gave me a thousand retorted Ben nett with vast gravity so I wont try Ill Just congratulate you with all my heart old chap and wish Miss Gar rison every happiness that Gee Howd you know We havent told a soul It only happened about four minutes ago I was telling Cyn thia what a daisy little girl she was and she said she thought I was pretty nice too and so I got brave and said Then why dont you u Perry reproved Cynthia sternly Jerking his arm to show that Phelan as well as Alwyn was recipient of the highly intimate tidings Oh dont mind me children put In Phelan Im used to it I was young myself once so Ive been told though I dont clearly remember my self Can i butt in with a line of con gratulations He extended his bit hand with in honest thia cordiality that quite won Cyn Thanks alderman grinned Perry effusively Now Alwyn weve got tog and break it4o your mother if we can find her Come along and back us JItheir the to his beloved bar when he was checked by seeing in the opposite doorway a man who stood as though petrified watching Cynthia Garrisons departing r form The intruder was about to with draw when Phela lbniIed him Good evening called the Alderman Gpod evening sjr said the newcomer respectfully pausing on the point of leaving the foyer Ie met you before I think went on Phelan Some day ago in the mayors of flee assented the other I am Thomp son Mr Wain Wrights private secretary f Im Alderman Phelan of the Eighth and Ive seen you before we met at his honoqs Soiyou said then sir But you were mistaken Good evening He turned again toward ihe door but Pholan 4res jned withoiy seeking to stop him A mistake was It Im not a man who makes many mistakes Mr Garrison The retreating secretary halted itSI though struck that is another mistake sir he said in a muffled voice My name is Thomptym Is it though Inquired Phelan Innocently Its queer how I could get mixed up so When I was chief of police there was a bank president named Garrison who shot himself after beth swindled an whipsawed by a financier who was his dearest friend He left a little daughter Miss Cynthia who you was Ibokin at so keen just now an a so ntwho disappeared That was jUino years ago an I only saw the boy oiice so maybe Ive overplayed my hand 11n pipin you off for him But added Phelan laying a strong detaining hand on Thompsons shoulder here comes some one who can clear it up- easy enough The secretary twisted In the iron grasp and sought vainly to break away as Cynthia and Perry entered j Cynthias lost her fan explained sPerry at sight of the alderman Shes had me ookin all over for the measly thing Wait here a minute he added to her and Ill chase into the con senatoryal1dsee if we left it there And depositing the girl in a chair he bolted away in search of themiss Ing article i Now then young man saiof Phe lan if your naraesThompspn as you say theres no reason why you should object to my introducin you to this young lady Step up son Snl holding the reluctant struggling secretary by the shoulder Phelan turn ed to Cynthia Miss Garrison said he heres a gentleman 1 think you know Would you mind lookin him over Wondering at the ddd request Cyn thin raiSed her eyes to the stranger But the latter persistently kept his face averted I dont think I know him she an swered doubtfully There is some aboutJ restlessly un his profile into Harry1 the girl was pleading you do know me I her range of vision With a gasp Cynthia sprang to her feet her face white her eyes wide and incredulous Its notItsoli Harry she cried in an ecstasy of recognition flinging her arms about the secretary neck Harry Brother Back from the dead Dont you knoW me Its Cynthia Dont I am afraid youve made a very strange blunder Miss Garrison re turnedthe secretary his voice hoarse and tremulous My name is Your names Harry Garrison Phe lan shouted Whats the use of lyin to your own sister 1 credit for bavin good rea80usforca1iy- ourself n Thompson an I think I begin to see what them reasons are but when it comes to denyin your own sister youre playln it down low whatever your game may be and Ive a good mind to- Harry the girl was pleading you do know me After all these nine lonely years haeyou no greeting for meEery night Ive prayed that God would bring you back to me and now J The secretarys pallid expressionless mask of a face broke in a flash into a Be gathered Cynthias fragile body in his arms look of infinite love and yearn ing With a single gesture he gathered Cynthias frag lIe body in his arms and crushed her against i his breast I Oh my little sister he murr mured n greatS I sob choking his words My little little sis ter Phelan cleared 1cpughedfor the mist that sprang into his pwn hard old eyes The sound recalled tiift secretary to himself t Youve trapped me into thishe exclaimed with a laugh that was half A groan and you must both promise not to betray my secret It wont be much longer now thank God But youll both promise wont you Sure assented Phelan Arid you too Cynthia pleaded her brother You can trust me cantyou 7fOf course I can If you insist wont tell any one I 74101 happier this minute than Ive ever been in alt my vtfiole life smiled the secretary again clasping his sister in his arms If you only knew little girl how Ive 1gedfor thisIHeres the fan announced Perry hurrying around the corner of the door wayuFOUIld it under a stopped short open mouthed Idumb and motionless Thompson and his sister stood in close embrace be fore him with Phelan loQklngon llkfr some obese caricature of a benevQlentIfairy The fan slipped from young Wain wrights nerveless grip and fell wiTh a clatter to the polished floor its Ivpry sticks snapping like icIcle i Continued next week f sh J How to Relieve Choking Raising the left arm as high mr yoi can will relieve choking much more rapidly than the act of thumping pnes wOlEIlten a person gets choked while eating where the is no one near to thump l him Very frequently at meals and when they are at play children get choked while eating and the custom toIeffect of this is to set the obstruction free- The same thing can be brought about by raising the left hand of the child as high as pojssible and the relief comes much more quickly In happen- Ings of this kind there should be no alarm for if the child sees that older persons or parents get excited the ef feet Is bad The best thing to tell the child is to raise its left arm and iin mediately the difficulty passes away How to Lengthen Life of Skirts When the rembroldery ona twhit petticoat begijis to fray and wear out put a couple of rows of machine stitch ing close together just above w ere the embroidery has started to wear Then cut the worn portion away and finish it with a row of lace put on the edge by overcasting it to the skirt one the wrong side If the hem of the dust ruffle is worn take some of the qjff fashioned rickrack braid and stitch to The edge of the worn hem throughi the middle of the braid letting the points on one side of the braid show below the edge of the hem ThiB wilY make a strong finish which wi last as long as the skirt and It will be hid dOn by the embroidery ruffle How to CatchCockroachesIIt A florist has discovered by accident a new way to catch cockroaches fpint fruit jar containing a scrap of baycon happened to be left overnight lone of his greenhouses Next morning a dozen or more cockroaches were vainly trying to climb the slippery sides of the glass jar The florist has succeeded in ridding his establishment of these repulsive creatures which formerly ate such high priced plants as orchids and gardenias It is neceffs sary to paste a piece of paper on the outside of the jar so that the insects can get sufficient foothold to climb up into the trap How to Clean Windows Easily Take a cotton sock and moisten with common kerosene and rub over the panes of glass several times Then rub the glass with a cloth that is free from lint until the oil disappears and the glass is bright Your windows will be clear with only halt the work required by the ordinary way Leave the windows open for a few minutes find the odor from the oil will quickly flisappear How to Thread Needles Persons with defective sight when threading the needle with white tthread f should hold it over something black Ind when threading with black thread hold It over something white Italsp applies to Ithreading the machlnenei die How to Destroy Odors Place a cup containing vinegar on the stove near the pan in which ybuj are cooking cabbage or dnioris and the odor will not spread all over the boWIe 11 it would otherwise t Pc iI J J I w + t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 161908 I7 FAfcM 1 I OCD EETRIGc GAImE tlHb BY t ROGKfORDlA REGISTER N ilcORRESPONOENbtJ Copyright 1908 by F E Trlgg This matter must not be reprinted without special permission OPPORTUNITIES IN AGRICULTURE Tjbere are doubtless many young ine4 of good average ability at present woHcing on small salaries in city of ce4 shop or factory who are desirous of starting out for themselves in some I line vtyich will give them an increased return for their iabor and a greater degree of industrial Independence than ihey have had In short they would like some day to be their own bosses or at least have mote to say touching the kind of wock they are to engage in and how they are to do it For those r of this class of young men who are not afraid of hardisork and do not Ihave a natural dislike fQr farming a good opening would seem to be offered along the line or preparation in sop igood agricultural college for special Jines of farm work While there is no question that commercial centers will continue to grow and inventions Will multiply as in the past it is just ascertain that a business that is des tined to be of Increased Importance Is that connected with the feeding of a steadily growing population in other words agriculture and horticulture So great is the demand for young men I especially equipped for work along these special lines that the state agrf cultural colleges of the country cannot turn out graduates fast enough to anywhere near supply the demand In case a boy is brought up on the farm and has no desire to specialize the general information and training which he would get from such a curse would be of great value to him for instead of being a common everyday hired man IIfrom year to yearand such a man is well paidhe would be in shape to draw increased wages as a farin man ager or superintendent In any event he would be more independent than If remained an employee in a fac hlslJabotthrown out of employment by strike lockout or hard times The chief con Utions of success along these as other lines are a like for ones work industry and application The great unde ItsIto follow it intelligently will not in coming years be out of a Job or have much time to find fault with t the r wrongs of an economic system which he is powerless to remedy BIRD ENEMIES That the small red squirrel is a bl od thirsty little brute and one of J the worst enemies that birds have to con tend with was verified the other day when the writer Inquired Into the cause of a commotlony the vicinity of a robins nest located in a large elm tree The parent birds were making frequent dives into a leaf covered crotch in the tree where a red squir rel was soon observed Being stoned in its retreat the squirrel left it and was seen carrying a little robin two thirds grown Having further fears tot his own safety the squirrel later drqpped hls victim from a higher limb It was found that the little had bitten his prey jut back animalI eyes and had sucked out its Its brains This habit in squirrels which has been noticed by many ob servers would seem to prove that the ordinances passed by many municipal ifies protecting squirrels are main lainedat a heavy cost in bird life SLIPSHOD HOUSEKEEPING Mourning doves like some couples in the human species seem to go about their homemaking operations in a very desultory and slipshod manner Two or three twigs and straws seem to do for a nest which is often broken upI several times before the birds succeed in hatching and rearing their young Similarly when a young couple start in with little or nothing perlinips a bed a table and a couple of chairs thero seems to be so little for the flue is of a home that the fortes tending to break It up are often stronger than those serving to keep it intact In starting homes young peo pie should follow the example of the robin oriole grosbeak or wren rather than the mourning dove It will in the end mean more stability and a i larger measure of happiness MUST LABEL CREAM 4Pure Food Commissioner Pearson of New York has deid4 to put on the screws more vigorously In the matter ot an enforcement of4 the pure food Ifws of the state and has notified the makers of Ice cream that hereafter if their product contains any substitute for pure cream It must bear a label so stating Even If it Is nothing but skim milk it must be plainly labeled as such This is just common fairness and lion esty and will mean no hardship for those who are doing a straightforward business The enforcement of the law may advance the price of the genuine article but consumers will be willing io pay a trifle more for cream which they know Is genuine tr The total value of the olivecrop for Greece in the year 1007 is reported to have been In the ight of present day forestry agitation th title of the poem which we used tt recite when children in school Woodman Spare That Tree1 has a good deal more meaning than It did at the time the author penne it The pall or barrel Jon which hoops have burst and which threatens to fall to pieces may be rendered serviceable by the use of homemade wire hoops These should jbe measured cut to the desired length the dds twisted f stand then driven on tight It is a pretty good index of the kind of farmer a fellow ijif hq wants to keep the manure pile 1t the smallest size possible and doc nt care a bit when it Is spread ont ithe land Usually such fellows have grouch against the fqte that attends them and lambaste the cxlstinipo tiCal and economic order A friend of the W Lr who Is this year working his 400 acre farm without other help than that of his own wife boys and girls is hsely followIng the plan of giving themau outing varies the rponotony of the hard work whenever the oportunlty offers This they are doing and lkewise makes them feel that their efforts are appro ciated This is a plan1 that might be followed to advantage by more farm owners It is said that at jQheshire Conn stands an apple tree which Is known to be 190 years old and is believed to be still older than this The tree is about seventy fet high while the trunk has a circumference of seventeen anda half feet near the base There are eight large Branches five of which bear fruit one year and the other three the next One year this gidnt tree bore 130 bushels of apples The tree isregulAr in form and the area shaded by its branches is 130 feet In diameter tr Chicken lice like weds flourish In warm weather For his reason the poultry especially thalkept in confinement should be provided with boxes containing dust sulphur and wood ashes while the henhouse nests and roosts should be given frequ 1tappUj cations of whitewash and be frequently disinfected with sulphur fumes Sickly and Baling chicks asi well as dumpy and unprofitable flocks of hens are often the direct result of these louse andmitepests 101calipestilence r lIApple growers in thejjviqinlty orN Haven entertain seiicfus fears failure of their crop because ofOJaravages of a leaf worm haslately put in an appearance in section The worm is reported to be of a yellowish green color and abiit- a j quarter bf an Inch in length Leases attacked br the pest Ibok like sieves and there are a mimbefc of orchards in SISpecimensleaves attacked have Ijeen sent to the IJU1atan can be applied to check them it would seem to require but aifew weeks for the complete sdestruction of the apple IIIbeen inIntract of land in the vicinity which Is being handled this sefisdn as a fruit and vegetable patch this garden is cultivated as lt ought Q be during the summer months the young folks who tend it will not oiily 4U kept out of mischief but will hanile sum of spending mouey vlieu ifcU cyi7os In many other sections o ving to a scarj city of farm help boys between ages of ten and seventeen years haveJ been able to secure employment at paying wages on n arj farms While there are doubtless certain economic conditions under which Immature boys and girls may have too niuch work for thelrrnvn good there Ib little question that most of them living in the rural communities suffer inqro because they dont b re enough for jithelr best exer else and develbpment The example set by this Minnesota school might be followed with profit by others A reader of these notes who lives in Indianapolis 111nti who in past years has ben uccessfrul in the grow ing of asters Irltcsthat this year when his plants reached five or six inches in heIghtthey withered and died without any cause tlitit was discern ible from a carful inspection and he inquires what the cause of the trouble may be Wbllu the condition of the plants Described may be the result of an overfertilizing of the soil commercial prodnct It is Vltl180mI to be the resu of the stalk borer wjhlcb seems to attack without partiality ragweed corn tomato and potato vines asters salvias and other sta1y plants This pest is hard to combat because it works entirely oq the inside of the stalk While it Would not remedy the difficulty entirely it ivould be a help to root up and burn plants which have been attacked and ruined as well as to hoe out from the feed all weeds In which the worms woUld be likely to work Had the damage to the asters been reported early in June It might have been clue to tfie work of the white grub which later changes Into the June bug but tlis would hardly be a possibility five or i six weeksvlater L India 13 said to have a wheat area estimated at 7OOOOQO acres The average yield per acre Is low and much of the w 3rk t handling the crop is stiH done priniitirefashlon- An Inf last year shipped eVJ1Jthousaiid boxes of ap pies to ustrUa and sold them at a substantial profit This year he plans to Increase shipments to 40000 boxes The government crop report for July places the acreage of Irish potatoes for 1908 at 319SO00 acres which is 24 per cent or 74000 acres more than last year The condition of the crop on July 1 jwas SG per cent of a normal as compared vith 902 per cent a year ago j When a JerJhas the boy problem on his hands it jis often worth while for him to se hl to work and look at he Question or questions at issue from tie boys standpoint Doing this ninj alter materially plan winch hayedeen outlined for the treat ment or disciplining of the boy but It will usually ye with far better results Now that the pearl mid poarl button industry along the Mississippi river is on the wane as a result of a grow ing scarcity T of the bivalvesfit goo many fishermen have of late been making good money from th isale of smoked sturgeon This fish consE ered almost worthless when fresh makes a very palatable article of fooJ when smoked and fetches 1P cents per pound It Is a growing conviction on tile part of fruit raisers in some of the southwestern lstates that the reason for the poor service given shipments Qf fruit In less Ulan carload lots is that by so doing the railroads hope to force such shipments to be sent b expres In view of the fact that the roads get aiout 50 percent of the high express ratS charged the suspicion would seem to be pretty well grounded Withy substantial wire window screens cosjting not more than 75 or 80 centsj arid screen doors obtainable for there would seem to be no good reasonj why any home should be overrunwifh tiles by day or hordes by night If one eels that he cannot afford to buy doors and window screens ready made he can get the screen in bulk at the hardware store atshort time m own screens if he has nay knack at all In use of plane andsaw The juniper shrub or bush the her ries of which are used in the prepara tion of certain medicines grows In the drymd rocky portions of some of the NewBngland states The bush spreads frmn a single root which often grows from at crevice In the rock When the shoots are about three feet high they begin to lop over and finally sprawl on the ground Here they often grow for a distance of several rods rooting at intervals When the creeping shoots encounter those from other juniper bushes they have an odd habit of turning up from the ground at right angles Instead of min gling and Interlacing with them as one might suppose Growing in this way the whole bush with shpots running in all directions and turning up at the extremities has much the ap pearance of 3 huge inverted umbrella There is no justice or righteousness in the effort of the oleomargarine manufacturers alias the beef trust to palm beef grease off on an unsuspect ing public in the belief that It Is a high toned strictly reliable dairy butter Without oleo is just as wholesome if not as toothsome an article as pure dairy burtter but consumers should not be deceived into buying it for such or paying dairy butter prices for it Tim department of agrenl vc has rightly decided that under the fpd etiil i mi fUuJ Imv olcc uiirgirijf must bear a label to that effect so that the purchaser enrrtell at a glance that it Is not butter If the Oleo chaps have such ayearniug to put a product on the market which will pass for west ern extras they would better go out of the packing business and buy herds of dairy cows There ought to be no ends lots shorter than this A friend who is now In his eighties relates an interesting fact which cania under his Observation many years ago b iy living in the vicinity of 1WI1Fa Harbor In Jefferson countj near the shore of Lake On tells of having observed growing en a boggy piece of land on the Leffenwell farm about two and a half miles from the towi mentioned two glantj Cedar trees twelve feet in diameter rand close to 200 feet high He states that in company with other boys of the neighborhood he used to detach and pry otT sections of the fibrous bark of the tree forty feet in length rfim which they made lit fIe boats were also growing In the sag where these trees stood white cedars and high bush cranberries While the redwood and big trees two species of the genus sequoia are supposed to be native only on the Pacific slope In California the 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Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates ii School te in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any diy Get full particulars from the editor of this or Granville W liyon or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue liouisville Ky IHESAFESTANDQUICKESTWAYTOANSFMEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED c 1 e c t r 1 i I t 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY SEPTEMBER r6 1908 f Fresh Eggsand Spring Chickens IItanxious to make shipment next Saturday Remember we Pay Cash Iit I Ciiichens must weigh fro to poundsI JBringus as many Eggs andlChickens as possible I v t Very Truly ICoW H0maii Co vs tSpringfieldKy F REV J A SIMS Replies 1o Uncle Johnnie Burns fIfijMtter On Instrumental Music In the Church v 1 3 rIt Wi llis burg Ky Sept 7 1908 Editor SunIn the issue of The Sun of August 21st is an article by Bro Burns on the subject of Instrumental Music in the Worship of God in which he makes statement that I failed to answer- this second letter on this subject In reply to this I will say that I privately replied to him on this subject as hadwritten to me challenging me for a dis 1h cussipn in The Sun on this subject and- I was somewhat surprised to see his- article of August 21st and had never seen the other one and have not yet but have been told that it was the let ter thatIwrote to him Before beginning this discussion I should like to have had a clear cut positive proposition stated and as his p practice is the one in question my logi 4 f cal position would be in the negative 1f Every man should affiiri his own prac fticeas scriptural It is not mv place i to affirm anything but I deny that the use of instrumental music in church worship is scriptural Howeyer asthe matter is before the public I will give some time to his article of August 21st He begins hi article by saying that he will affirm the negative which shows that there is nolittie fog in my Broth erS logical eye To prove a negative t is an impossible hgical feat Our good Brother however doeS not follow hiss logic but proceeds to affirm the propo sition that instrumental music was a command under the law a promise for the Christian Era and a fact in the church ot Christ This really is three propositions but1 will proceed now them as proving the right tadenI t trt was a command under this I could readily concede and yet npthing would follow It was command ed under the law to burn candles to burn incense to offer animal sacrafices f to eat Shewbread to practice divers washings but myBrother does none of these things he saysthat they were i nailed to the cross The uSe of instruments in the wor 1 jBhip of God began in the days of David And while God tolerated them and ctfm- man ed the arrangement of the singers and players at the cleansing of the temple 2nd Chron 2925 yet it can not be positively proven that this sort of worship was put into the tabernaCle and temple at first by Jehovah It was not Gods will for Israel to nave a king bujhe tolerated it Let this matter stand as it may This fact is true that for one thousand years it vas used un der the law but when the new order of things was establishedun May 26th AL D 30 orthe day of Pentecost when the entered into the Apos ties to guide them unto all truth they spoke all the truth that they should have spoken and never left out a single thing new covenant is as silent as the grae in regard to instrumenta1 music OrijefSf two facts is true Either the Holy Spirit left it out on purpose or liefor t to put it in There is not antrecord in any authentic history or encyclopedia a case of its use in Chris enturyanVitilian Jno Calvin said that it hadt no f more place in Christian worship tha3 the burning of candles lighting of laraps or other rites and ceremonies of the law IAlexander Campbell said in the Millemal Harbinger that it had no hanITwo ofyour arguments Brother aar gone vi That it is right to use it bel andIseveth century In regard to your argument on the word Ziort this muchcan be said that while your passages in Isa 6215 and in Isa 651 prove that Zion sometime means the church they do not prove that Zior in this place refers to the church The Zion spoken of here is Jerusalem which was generally called ZiorOrw tule of interpreting Scrip we must give a literal in ter sretatton Unless the sense demands USPOfIs compa- ringit with Philistia Tyre and Ethopia neighbonilg nations and cities welare bound to conclude that the 87th Psalm refers taithe city of Jerusalem arid as we found Davids singers and players there in nd Chron 2925 the matter is established beyond a doubt So away goes your third affirmation Instrumental music in Christian wor ship is wrong because it is taken from the fleshly covenant because it is an addition to the new because it causes division because it cannot be done by ft 1 + + ++ SALE of tPUfILIC i1 llllw FARM II ttThe fine old farm belonging to the estate of the late Oliver Croake situated on the L N railroad and Beech Fork river 10 ttt tt miles from Springfield and a mile and a half from Fredericktown W will be sold at public on the premises on + t Tuesday September 29 08 tA- T 2 OCLOCK PiM iThis is one of the richest pieces of farrhland in Washington county Itcontains 234 acres 180 is of rich river bottom There tj tffarmis practically new land tobacco never having been cultivated on it tj 4i 4 fS4 + + II1uZ4ZWW + +Z1I r faith Faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the word of God The new covenant is silent on it therefore those who use it dp so by human opinion and not by faith and whatsoever is not of faith is sin Rom 1223 It is wrong because it destroys the unity of Christs church and thereby cripples its power for good It is wrong because it causes those who want it to put it in over the consciences and protest of their breth ren and takes away from them their place of worship If eating meat of fends my brother I will eat no more meat while the worldstands His wrong because ere long it takes away the right of eyery one to sing and puts the singing in the hands of a se lect choir changes the teaching and ad monition which should be in every song service to entertainment savors of the world in pleasing the ear and if let in opens the flood gates tar everything else that will please the flesh I close with a syllogismthat has been tested and found sound as for as its logic is concerned by Professors in Logic at Louisville New Orleans Princeton Yale Edenburg and many other places The music which God prescribes for His churches is the music which we should use without addition subtrac tion or modification The singing of Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs Eph 519 Col 316 is the music which God prescribes for His churches Therefore the singing of Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs IS the music which we must use with out addition subtraction or modifica tion and singing is vocal music God did not say make music but He sai SING Wnen I sing I do what God has said When I sing and play 1 do more- Submitted in Love J A SIMS There will be a debate on this subject beginning Monday evening Sept 14th at Trinity Methodist church corner of Third and GuthrIe streets Louisville Ky between W W Otey and J B Bnney two ministers of the Christian church fJ A SIMS FENVYICK Born to the wife of Mr Danes Set tlQ since our last waiting a fine boy Mrs Myrtle Barrack and sister Miss Pearl Martin and Miss Sadie Mayes were guests of Mrs Nannie Fenwick and daughters One day last week Mrs Sallie Thacker of Hopkins ville Visited friends and relatives at this place last week- Mrs Myrtle Barker and little son Thursby spent last week with her brother Mr Jesse Robinson of Louis villeMiss Mattye Begley and brother Steve spent Saturday night and Sun day at their home at this place Mr J E Graves who has been on the sick list for some time is improv ing very slowly andFrsJlittle son and Mrs Lizzie Anderson and daughters Mariah and Rose Mrs Fanny Rogers spent Saturday with her daughter Mrs C W Adams ot this place Our new merchant is progressing t1icely at present rMisses Retta Barker and Myrtle Cat lett of Springfield were in our corn munity Saturday afternoon Mr R E Graves and family spent Sunday with Mr Frank Graves and family Miss Sadie Mayes spent Sunday night with Miss Hattie Bowls Misses Mary Rose Janes Sadie Map ea Alma and Sadie Fwct Me sri Harry Janes and Will Fenwick were entertained by Miss Pearl Maitinand brothers last Saturday night at their homeIMisses Ethel and Verna Rogers and Messrs Bob Mayes Irvine Thompson Stanley Rogers and Oscar L nham at tended the Bardstown fair Saturday Mrs W G Adams fs on the sick list at this writingSMiss Anna Welch of Burgin is visit ing her sister Mrs R E Graves of this place this week Miss Alma Fenwick left Tuesday for Indianapolis Ind for a two months yisit with relatives Secure a Certificate Under the State Normal School Law persons completing certain courses of study will be awarded a certificate which permits them to teach anywhere in Kentucky without further examina tion HH Cherry President of the Western Normal will furnish full in formation upon application A Pa ing Investment Mr John White of 38 Highland Ave Houlton Maine says Haye been troubled with a cough every winter and spring Last winter 1 triedmany adver tised remedies hut 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 fol lowed a few doses once more banished the annual cough 1 am now convinced that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best of all cough and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Haydpn Robertsons drugstore 50c and 100 Trial bottle free IRIa IIIaRPublic Sale of LAND SATURDAY Sept 26OSPromptly at 2 oclock p m- On the Premises On the above date I will offer for sale 2 Tracts of Land Tract No 126k Acres known as part of the T J Miller farm two miles from Willisburg on the old Frankfort road This land is all new land and is in grass The place has on ibabout five acres of timber has good box house good tobacco barn and plenty ot water theWmisburginiles from Willisburg This is nearly goodboxgood fence TERMS made known on day of sale DO WELLS Caught in the Act Lebanon Enterprise About 2 oclock Sunday morning Mr F M Watson who resides near Riley was awakened by a noise in one of the rooms on the second floor of his home and believing that someone was attempting a robbery he hurriedly got his gun and started an investigation In one of the rooms al most at the top of the stairway he en countered a man and shoving the gun in the burglars face called on him to surrender The man was taker so by surprise that he did not attempt to get away and asked Mr Watson not to shoot him The intruder turned out to be Henry Booker a Riley negro who had gained entrance to the house by placing a ladder against an upstairs window Mr Watson marched the negro to the telephone and Deputy Sheriff Williams was summoned Mr Williams took charge of the negro upon his arrival and brought him to this city where he was placed in jail At an ex aming trial held yesterday Booker was held oyer to the grand jury under a bond of 250 A Sureenough Knocker J C Goodwin of ReidsvilleN C says Bucklens Arnica Salve is a sure enough knpcker 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 Robertsons drug store Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky W HR IKERPIffjT H Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court tendered at the Mav term 1908 in the abova styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on Monday Sept 28 1908 thereabut4eingand best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit A tract of land situated on tle 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 S 34 W 20 poles S 42 W 3828 poles S 48 W 84 vales to a stone corner to Richard Leonard thence with his line S 23JE 41 poles to a stone on the North side of Bee Run branch cor ner to Cook Shirley thence with same S 24 i E 14852 poleo to a stone corner to Martin Darland with his line N58 56 E 51 poles N 581 E 4128 poles N 521 E 56 poles to the center ot the Harrods burg and Bloomfield turnpike thence polesNpolesNN 26J W 26 poles and N 48 W 1032 thence N 791 W 288 poles to the begin ning containing 168 acres 3 roods and 30 poles Excepting from said bound ary 44 acres 3 roods and 33 poles this day conveyed by A L Litsey and wife to C C Derr and 38 acres I rood and 18 poles this day conveyed by said Lit sey to S C Shirley and also 20 acres 1 rood and 38 this day conveyed by said Litsey to Richard Leonord leaving 65 acres and 21 poles which was to him Royalty conveyed and so much there of is to be sold to satisfy debt With interest nl cast Balance debt and Interest 4705 Cos- tS 5895 Amt to be raisedl0600F- ar 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 exeputedBidderspromptly with these terms M G LEACHMANOWSC C Real Estate Bargains i I Springfield barn plenty of tobacco land Close to church and school Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres in Nelson county 3 good barns good dwelling all the farm in grass Price 60 per acre Springfielddwelling and barn Close to church and school On good pike Price 15 per acre No 101Q8 acres 7 miles from Springfield 15 acres of timber plenty land new tobacco barn large dwelling well watered fine orchard Close to depot and on good pike Price 35 per acre No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one seven room dwelling in goad repair 15 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass and well watered Good stock barn Price 30 per acreSfromSpringfieldgood pike 3J miles from a depot 1 goodstackland 600 rods of stone fence Price 32 per acre frotySpringfield twostablesorchard plenty of grass Price 3250 per acre- No 22121 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwelling on a good pike young orchard good barn and fine water Price 15 per acre Na23139f acres 9 miles from goodtobaccobacco 1 mile from Maud some timber all the farm fine tobacco land well fenced Price 35 per acre No 25248 acres J room dwelling good cellar good well in yard fine cistern at barn fin stock barn ajll the farm in grass well watered Les than 3 miles from graded school Price 40 per acre No 38180 acres 6 miles from Springfield on a good pike most of farm in grass good six room dwelling good stock barn well fenced plenty of stock water good well in yard Price 35 per acre fratDSpringfield9 room dwelling good cellar and cistern at house neyer failing spring in yardS milk house at spring good orchard plenty ot small fruit 10 acre tobacco barn stock barn all out buildings grassPriceNo 45140 acres 1 mile from school house in Springfield Ky small dwelt ing good stock barn well fenced well watered plenty of locusts and plenty of grass Price 30 per acre No 469Sr 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 47 Town property of all kinds and prices If you want a town home call and see mer have anything you want at any price No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield on 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 98165 acres 4 miles from Lo retto 1 mile from pike 8 miles from Springfield Ky 7 room dwelling In goqd repair good barn and all neces sary outbuildings plenty of tobacco land plenty of water plenty of grass all under g ad fence Price 25 per acre No 9946 acres7 miles from Springfield on good pike good small house rood water fine orchard some tobacco land Close to church and school Price 150000 ESTATE MAN ooooootxcooooooooooootxPithIicSaIe LAND ON SATURDAYS Sept 26 OS AT 1 OCLOCK P M AT THE HOUSE ON THE FARM On the above date we will offer for sale TWOTRACTS OF LAND known as the Albert Shehan farm near Maud The first tract contains 45 acres and has on it a good dwelling good stock barn and all necessary outbuildings The second tract contains about 69 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 in the waythat brings the most money TERMS Onethird Cash Balance in 12 and 18 months Interest and ap proved security required Heirs of Albert Shehan Decd- S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer 39pd4t i 55 SS No 63180 acres 5 room dwelling tImherfinEfencePrIce fromSpringfield tobaccobarn grassandfromSpringfield tobaccobarn bottomPrice 35 per acre No 68180 acres 8 room brick dwell ing in good repair well fenced fine andfineNo 69150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre No 70144k acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bot uplandforacreSdwellinginwatered plenty of grass good fence plenty of tobacco land on good pike 6 fromLebanon fromSpringfield roomdwellingwater plenty ot locust posts fine orchard good fence Price 25 per acre No752771 acres 1 mile from tOQaccobamgaadplenty of grass and water Price 15000SNo 81160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 miles from Springfield origoodSpike 9 room dwelling in good repair good tenant house 3 stock barns plenty of grass all necessary out build JrQOdfence fromSpringfieldroom dwelling in good r paIr 4 acre tobaccb barn 75acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacco iana good fence and plenty of water Price 2000SNo890 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good road 6 room dwelling in good repair 6 Acre tobacco barn new stock barn buggy house 2 good wells good spring IPlenttQfposts Price 35 per acre No 90270 acres 9 room brick dwell ing in good repairan4ffarm well fenced 2 good 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 J mile from school and church inVPleasant Grove neighborhood 8 room dwelling 16 acre tobacco barn 2 good stock barns fine young orchard tenant house alloffarm under good fence Price 70 per acre NO 94 House ahd lot in Fenwick cheapNo 96136 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwell ing 8 acre tobacco barn goodstock barn all the farm under good fenceSgood tobacco land well watered plenty of grass Price 35 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles n from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acreto bacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine orchard of 100- trees Close to school church and depot Price 30 per acreSNo 62150 acres 8 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well water ed plenty of fruit i mile from church 1 mile from school Price 45 per acre i BaD LAIE THE REAL SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN JrR Walker Rt 1hasar sale a lot of good clean timothy hay t Prof G W Cplyin Springfield has for sale a good young Duroc Jersey ApplytoC L Brady Rt3 has for sale a lot of clover and timothy hay Baled and loose J L Allen has for sale a good harness and saddle mare TW Bailey Rt 3 has for sale a hay press cheap if taken at once C L Grundy Rtl has for stile one thoroughbred Chester White Gilt Richard KileVj Springfield wants to rent some command wheat h ndCllover phone or writer e Case Brady Rt3 have for sale ten good Southdown bucks from 1 to 4 years old Also 10 thoroughbred buck lambsSStiles Thompson Springfield have for sale a lot of stock ewea t W P Montgomery Rt 1 has fqc sale 150 bushels of good seed rye G T Kimberlin Texas bas for sale 25 good feeding hogs j L F Smith Rt 2 has for sale aoput 40 bushels of choice seed wheat C H Montgomery Rt 1 has for sale one hundred bushels of seedjrye v R L Brady Springfield Rt 4 hag for sale 50 ewe four olbucks S T ii