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W3T 4Jf W75 4 4 t T c I j ftl l bt 4 11If 1futh UflLTSi t L DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY tfc q t 1 I 7 VOLUME IV t SPRINGFIELD KY YEbNEsdiY OCTOBER 7 1908 NUMIEM 44 I WhiskeyIEVENING t Elizabethtown News tI o j TlteL OUiSVipl Evening Post in its effort to Prov to the of Ken i tucky that the pemocthparty is in d l Alliance witli the wd sky people be comes ridiculous During the last few 1 days it has filled both its news and edi i tonal columns with lengthy articles 43nonsensical in the extreme in a silly its readers that the i Democratic Party has gone over body f and soul tothe whisky interests fr The Democratic party as Is well 1jf known t every sensible voter in Kenv tk tUCk3Tp has formed 4hances with no ii ttter s j1It is only necessary to read an occa copy of the Post to become con f it M vinced that the editor of that paper is it 1iiot careful in selecting the matter for i1t his front page One day last week the l Post printed an article on its front iipage under bold headlines announcing the Democratic Campaign mana 1gers found its necessary to call upon Jt the whisky people for contributions and 1i1 that the whisky people before agree f ing to contribute to the fund demanded Ithe resignation of the secretary of the 1 committee Now this was so absurd 5that even the most gullible could not give it credence l On the front page of the Post of- ThursSayi Sept 24th we find a lengthy article headed TURN IN ALARM CAIilfFOR FUNDS LOCAL DEAL ERS ASK BUSINESS MEN TO HELP THEM fV 3 low tliese headlines the following letter from MrJ W Mc Culloch is printed Louisville Ky Sepi5d9OS Gentlemen On the gBth ult we addresseifyou a letter asking contributions a fund to oppose the prohibition movement in this State We will have you under i stand that we are for the enforcement of the law and the regulation of the traffic We are however very much against the program of the Anti Saloon League and Prohibitionists whose aim is to exterminate the liquor business in Kentucky If you will take the lime to consider what this result would Be we believe that you will make us a contribution ot 50 that we asked ior We think however that you should at least give us the courtesy of a reply to our letter We have never before asked the allied interests for assistance and Swe consider IA allied inteestone who sells toour time iras come when we thin TJ should bear part of the expense of put ting a check on the fanatics and all ill advised people who think they can cure all evils that the flesh is heir to with legislation If they succeed in their fight it would only stop the legal sale of whisky for everyone in he State could get all wanted from Indiana and Ohio The State would lose the im mense revenue which a conservative es timate places at over two million dol lars and makes taxes much higher on all other interests Kindly let us have a reply to the aboveand oblige yours truly KyDistiUersand Wholesale Liquor Dealers Association vNlM A MILLER Vice Pies S1n the comments of the Post upon tlie above letter it is asserted that the i whisky people are sorely in need of funds to conduct a campaign against local option invasions If the saloon- people and distillers need money with which to fight their own battles cer tainly they will not contribute to a Democratic Campaign fund as the Post con tands they haye agreed to Ho The editor of this paper desires to inr trpduce to his readers the FINANCE CHAIRMAN AND TREASURER of the Republican State Campaign Com mittee MR J W McCULLOCH Mr IcCulIpch is not only finance chairman I and treasurer of the Republican State Campaign Committee but he is also President of the KENTUCKY DIS TILLERS AND WHOLESALE L11 QUOR DEALERS ASSOCIATION If the statement printed in the Post fI September 24th is true Mr McCul loch is asking the people to contribute to f both a Republican Cmpaignf nd and to a fund with which to fight the battles the whisky interests If we are to beI li eye the Post one ofthese funds is to be used in an effprt tb deteat Mr Bryan and the Democratic ticket in Kentucky arid the othistobe used to fight local option and to promote the interests of the Manufacturers wholesalers and retailers ofwhisky As an evidence that Mrf McCullocJi is engaged in endeavoring to raisea Republican fund and a whisky fund we would first call your attention to the abuve letter and then invite your atten tion to the folloWlngJetter rlLouisville Ky Sept 21st 08 Dear Sir Impossibilities ought not to be expect dof your Campaign Committee and unless you respond and now to- uro call for financial help we are upI SItoare neglecting our time and giving our energy for no other reward than party success but we caWt meet the efforts and organization of the Democratic party in Kentucky without the funds p n campaignlansto receiye or from oversight and neg lect not responded to our other letter asking your assistance but please let us turn our energies on campaign Work instead of you and relieve us by remitting say 3pOO on receipt of this to Treasurer Republican Campaign Fund Gait Hquse Louisville Ky who willSreceipt you for same and enroll contribution on the list we expect to sendtu theNational Committee Yours ncerelv J W MCCULLOCH Chmn Finance Committee If the editor of the Post would follow a consistent course he should at once renounce Mr McCulloch end call upon him to resign his position with the Re publican jState Campaign Committee If the whisky people are so distasteful tp this Latter Day Saint and if he cannot support a party that has among its counsellors men who are remotely or i indirectly connected f with the whisky interest how can he support the Re publican ticket in Kentucky whgn its main stay Mr McGuiloch is one of the recognized leaders ofjlhe whiskey interest in the State Since Mr McCulloch has called upon the whiskey people of the State for contributions with which to make warfare against local option people will not Mr Knott of the LouI isvliie Evening i oat demand that McCullochbe dismissed and if Mr Mc Culloch is not dismissed will the Evening Post continue to support the Re publican ticket y The Post throws up its hands in holy horror when it thinks it has discovered that some prominent Democrat is connected with the whisky interests and proceeds to become Very emphatic in warning the people against the Demo- cr tic ticket r But what does the Host think of Mr McCulloch y Fiscal Court Fiscal Court has been in session yes terday andtoday Yet tday was tak en Up in passing on claims against the county and m the discussion of matters of general fiscal interest Today J R Mayes of this place was elected to succeedhimself as Road Supervisor for Washington county Upon the vote for Keeper of the poor house being taken Moland Derr and J C Pile were voted for the lat ter winning by a vote of 4 to 2 Sam Bottoms was elected commis sioner of the poor house over R L Clements by a vote of 4 to 2 Dr Crume won over Dr Hamilton for poor house physician by a vote to 4 to3 After these elections the court ad journed The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sun andCourier4Journal JL50 s SALES Several farmers of The County Have Sales During Past Week Drouth Makes Prices Low i Mr H D Stiles who recently sold his farm to WD Claybrooke has purchased tne j SA Shuttleworth farm two miles from Danville on the tan ville and Lebanon turnpike This is one InIThe considerat ion was 115 per acreiMr Stiles has sold the farm 4 miles from town on the Mark y wuleto John consideration being 6500 COll1DIthe T On public auction W W Hatchett sold to Richard Ward 210 acreS of land near Mackville at49 per acr Last Wednesday Mr James CMc Elroy sold his live stock his farming implements and grain on his farm be ow town Because of the ext emely dry weather the articles ld did not bring the price that they should have commanded As Mr McElroy is to quit farming however he let everything go for the price bid Mr m F Bosleyhld his sale on Fri day and it is reported that things sold low K ere also t At theW W Hatchett saleai MacI yule on Friday the auctioneer reLf ports good prices LADY FAKIR ells Rich Silks Lollects th M YJI1r Pails to Show uptfjf With the Goods fakir Als Danville Advocate Some weeks ago a lady came to Danyilfe representing herself as saleslady and advertising agent for a large New York Silk House She carried an elaborate line of samples and made enticing prices Fine silks that retail at big prices were offered as low as twentyfive cents per yard A number of Danville ladies bought heayily paid in advance for the goods which were never delivered and never will be Some days later an upholstering man came along gatherin up furniture which he proposed to do over He took the furniture but has never shown up and many are anxiously awaiting his return The moral of these experiences is that the citizens o car tvr rhcjd Uesl vth tlivh home people who they know are re sponsible i f WHYIWhy National Convention by a vote ofI nearly 9 to 1 refuse to adopt a plank favoring the election of Uni ted States Senators by the direct vpteor the people What excuse can Republican speakers offer for this refusal to recognize the desires of the farmers iand laborers of the country Every farmer in Washington county knows that the United proposedIof the farming classes Only last winter the United States Senate unceremoniously killed the bill to re move the unjust tax from tobacco after the Lower House by a unani mous vote had declared in favor of removing the tax What do the farmers think of the Republican partys refusal to stand with them in effort to throw off this mis erable yoke The United StatesISenate a partner of the tostIfnext November YOUR VOTE WILL BE CAST FOR THE TO BACCO TRUST it will be cast just as any trust magnate in the nation would cast it were it possible for you to place your suffrage in his hands If you are a Republican AK ANY ONE OF REPUB LICAN LEADERS TO EXPLAIN WHY THE REPUBLICAN NA TIONAL CONVENTION BY A VOTE OF NEARLY 9 TO 1 REFUSED TO ADOPT SENATOR LA FOLLETTES PLANK DECLARING FOK THE ELECTION OF UNITED STATES SENATORS BY THE DIRECT VOTE OF THE PEO PLE j MackinDunn Yesterday morning at 8 oclock Miss ose Mackin and Mr Thomas Joseph Dunn were married at the Catholic cmurch in Lebanon The ceremony was lebrated with High Mass Father Mackin brother of the bride being the officiating priest Immediately follow ing the ceremony the bridal party and a few friends repaired to the Mackin home where breakfast was served Yesterday afternoon Mrand Mrs Dunn left for Iowa where they will lake their future home r The bride is a beautiful and popular linetiMarionSprmgfieldWhere is a prominent farmer and stock breed er of Iowa jKThe only attendants were Mr jMik Mackin brother of the bride and Mr Dunn cousin of the groom j LOSS BY FIRE several Stacks of Hay and Some t Fencing Destroyed By Fire liLastWhile Washington county has no forIests to furnish the great fires c to the Northwest it has nevertheless had several destructive fires since the beginning ot the great drouth Last Sunday a straw stack on thefarm ofHCounty Clerk W F Booker abouttwp miles from town from some unknown itibecame known that a fire was raging the neighbors gathered to fight it and hick its progress if possible but be cause of their limited number the flames continued to spread until they andlBottoms fighters Springfield was then called upon for assistance and about fifty men and boys responded who after an hours vigorous fight succeeded in getting the fi srecomplished however quite a good deal of damage had been done Campbell and Bottoms suffered the loss of 15 acres of meadow 2 hay ricks and 800 i ails while Mr Booker was damaged to the extent of 5 acres of meadow and 1 straw stack At one time it looked as if the flames would spread to the rest dence on the Campbell and Bottoms r farm and consume it Fortunately beIforeAnother Fire Another prairie fire occurred this 1f a i1romploJThe boys f rom town were soon on the ground fighting with all their might but before the fire was extinguished several acresof grass three hay stacks and considerable fencing had burned This makes the third of these fires caused by the drouth which Washington bountyhasHas Been Transferred The Conference of the Louisville Dis churchImet at Owens oro last week Bishop Hendrix presidi g Rev Granville W Lyonwho has been here three years was transferred FjtKBrother Lyon and his family have i made many warm friends while here ii who will regret xceedingly that he nas Iihisthe town feel that he has done an excellent woijk while here II ad a Close CallvMrs A a L Croom the widely known pr prietor of the Croom Vaughn Miss says For sefSral months I suffered with a severe cough tandgrip on m when a friend recommend ed Dr Kin js New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a complete cure The fame of this life saying cou h and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at Haydot Robertsons drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free L r DECLARES FOR- CONGRESSMAN f I BEN JOHNSO +t 1 i The eCki ridge Newka Republican Newspaper = Printed in CIoverpyt Kyt Announces Edik torially Thatit Will Support Mr t Johnson For Congress i 1 Breckinridge flews Col Ben Johnson made a good clean record is hur8g in Congress last session He was in his place at every roll call He fillfed r t f itt too as very few men have ever filled it for the first term He took to it lt eaiIduck to water He was there for business and he did business Pity we havnt had a man like him there for the past twenty years Our rivers especially the i Ohio would have been in very much better shape we are sure Ben Johnson is a worker hes not an idler a time killer but a hard worker Hes been a busy man all his life in public and private walks And thats the secret of his suc i cess We need such men to look after our interests and when we get a man like Johnson we ought to keep him there They db it in other States why not in Kentucky Democratst Republicans Independents and good citizens who ber eve in the man anclhis works should support Ben Johnson The News intends to do it with a hearty good willV r j IOWA FARMERS CHEER BRYAN as Received No Greater Ova tions in Any State Pays His Respects to Big Chief And Me Too Creston la Sept 30Traversing the southern portions of Iowa all day in an ordinary coach William J Bryan concluded his whirlvyind speechmaking tour of more than three weeks at this place tonight where a big openair meeting was held No greater demon srations have been accorded anywhere than in Iowa from the moment he entered until he left it Upon his arrival at Knoxville Mr Bryan repeived a rousing reception In part Mr Bryan spoke as follows Mr Taft says that I have not done anything but talk while he has been putting his ideas into practice in an ad ministrative why While it is true that he has held office more than I have and therefore has had more opportunity to put ideas into practice I have had mOl e opportunity to see my ideas borrowed than he has had to see his borrowed What idea of his own has he put into practice with success He was a Judge upon the bench Was the injunction i den hh Or tilt bo pet it f qm some body else He put it into practice but lie v 10it iilJLSSlCC in such a way that he has alienated the wage earners of the country He hasput colonialism into practice Was that his idea No he got it from Europe and imitated in the Philippines what Great Britain did in this country efore the war tor independence Now let me show what ideas he has bor rowed He has abandoned the idea of a permandent colonial system ahd advocates the ultimate independence of the Filipinos Where did he get that idea It is not original with him He did not get it from the Republicans for they have never put it in their platforms Where did he get it He got it from the Democratic platlorm and 1 have had as much to do with the presdnta tioiof the idea as anyone else He says e is in fayOr of an income tax Where id he get the idea It is not his own t wits in the Democratic platform of 1896 it is in our platform this year It- S not in his platform He cannot claim originality in the presentation of this 1 have spoken on the subject earlier than he has and oftener than he has and more earnestly than he has iHe says that he is personally inclined to favor the election of Senators by direct ote of the people That is not an orig inal idea with him It is not with his party It was with the Democratic party which first secured an indorsement bf that idea by ths House of Represen in Washington It is in three Democratic platforms anofhelped to put it there It was in my first con- gressiorial platform eighteen years ago and I wrote the platform myself Pub licity as to campaign contributions is another idea that he has borrowed and if he has not borrowed it from me he I J lhas borrowed it from the Democratic platform ahd not from his Republican associates for his own party repudiated the idea by a vote of nine to one I went to Washington and made anr i argument before the committee of the House having the bill in charge some time before his letter to Burrows ant the letter to Burrows was not a public one His convention turned down a licity plank his associates are not wilt mg to have any publicity at all Her comes half way toward our platfor but he does not come far for I we want publicity before the election and he wants it after the election But what is his reason for postponing pubh cation until aftertho election Is itthe + reason that Presinent Roosevelt gives that publication before the election iwould lead to unjust suspicions 1chal Roosefeltkjproposition tie sense that they must not be allowed d to know who are to cam 1palHe now claims tq be in favor of pros ecuting the trusts Where does he get t that idea He cannot get it from form er Republican platforms but he can get it from Democratic platforms and from Democratic speeches Let him tell of his first utterance against tbeH trusts and I will promise to find an earlier Democratic utterance He is irir favor of tariff revision and tie says the revision will probably be downward If he is in favor of reducing the tarift where did he get the idea Not from the Republicans for they have raised the tariff and oppose reduction If he is in favor of redaction he has borrowed another Democratic Ideai 1will give him credit for being en tirely Republican on the labor question for he has not only refused to borrow Democratic ideas oi that subject but has shown himself to be hostile to near ly every request that the laboring men have made Iwill also give him the credit of being Republican on the ques tion of the guaranty of bank depositst He stands with the big bankers and against the depositors on this subject and he is welcorpe to the claim of originality if he desires to make it i have mentioned a few of the ideasfthat he has borrowed from tne Demo cratic party and as I have for many years been advocating these ideas which he has borrowed I can say with out immodesty that i have had a pait in his education t have nelped to convert him from the error ot his ways y helped to lead him out into the light on seyeral questions He has not beenanrt apt pupil he has been behind his class on several of these questions but still he shows signs of improvement and ye must e ncourage where we can He cannot promise you a single thingin the way of reform that has not been presented in a better plan by the pemIiocrats So far as he is concerned I can claim to be a pioneer I have betDlahead of him from one to eighteen years With what reason can he claim that he can put my ideas into operation better than Ican myself Efe ought not to discredit my work for my Work has helped to bring him from position that he dare not defend un to positions that he tries to defend but defends awkwardly and half heartedly The Springfield Sun 100 per y arjThe Sun and Courier JpurnalS3i5iT I r l + t I 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1908 l Nhtifceflt 4 JUlWlilsIl Of Colored Graded School i jiState of Kentucky 1 Set fr Mf Washington County c i f1 At a regu1arterm of this Court held on the 26th day 4i Sept 1908 it ap pearing that a petition signed by James Hamilton Aaron Jpnes Quil Davis Ben Ray Matt Lintcn Sam Gowdy Isaa Wharton Pius Simms S E DaVison Nathan Stephenson Alex Adams John Spalding James Johnson Anthony Grundy Eph Mickens Elija Baker Dan Grundy Alfred Ray George Spalding Charles Gaddy Henry Dayison Dominic Boone Dave Spalding Augustus G Beam and John Mason was filed with the County Judge at the last regular term of this Court askingthat a colored Graded Common ho District be organized with its boundary as follows Beginning at the two mile stone On the Spring field and Bardstown pike between J W Tuckers house and Kirs Teresav Mudds house thence a straight line to Ed Donnellys house on the Spnngfieldand Bloomfield pike thence a straight line to the Northwest corner of J W Clem ents farm where it corners with Joe Spalding thence a straight line to Mrs Tom Hoards gate on the Springfield and Litsey pike thence a straight line to Walter Williams gate on the Springfield and Willisburg pike thence a straight line to Reed Spalding7s house thmcea straight line to the corner of Mrs Wil liam Durrett and Mrs Richard Parrotts corner at the Springfield and Mack ilt pike thence a straight line to Morrison ONans house thenpe a straight line to Uie old school house on the Jimtovnirt road thence a straight line to HenryEdelengcbrneronCampbell and Bottoms and WF Bookers fara live atthe Loretto pike thence Iivstraight line to the Cartwright Creek bridge on the Springfield and St Rose pke thence a straighthne to the two mile stone on the Springfield and Bards town pike the beginning And that the site for the school house of said pro posed District be bit High Street between the Willisburg pike and the Mackville piker which is certified to be not exceeding two and nehalf miles from any part of ihe boundary of the said proposed district and it appearing also that said pc titioners are tax payers and legal voters and residents of the proposed colored Gracfeji Common School District andof Justice District of this county and it fuitffer appearing that the County Superintendent has endorsed on said petition his approval of same dthata majority of the Trustees of each Common School District that will be embraced with llsaid proposed Colored Graded Com mon School listrict in whole or part have endorsed their approval on said petition as provided by law and the Court being sufficiently advised orders that JvSl Osbourn the Sneriff of this county be and is hereoy directed to cusea poll to be opened and an election to be held at the colored school house on High street on thejl4tbday of November 1908 the same being 40 days or more after the entry of this order for the purpose of taking the sense of the legalcolored voters residing within the boundary of the said proposed colored Graded Common School District whether there shall be levied and collected an annual tax of 25 cents oneach one hundred doilarsof property value therein subject to State or- county taxation owned by colored persons and 100 of poll tax on each colored male inhabitant ot sail proposed colored Graded Common School district over tWEntyone years of age fer the purpose of establishing 4nd irainthiningacc- ore Graded Common School therein as provided in section 100 to 130 ofzthe Commdn School Law J collored Graded Common School District to vote for five persons to be Trustees of- samein case said tax shall be approved The officers of said election willmake return in due forth the result ofbathe at the5 earliest day practicable r fi VBXji LITSEY G2rtmhOA copy ATTEST WF BOOKER Clerk U uife 4i I l l S INOTICEi y Countydourt orderThicsiclentspf the proposed colored Graded Common School District for 60 days and in the county for six months and in the State one year preceding theday of said election J S OSBOURNE Sheriff VVashington County Kentucky A Few Hints to the Voters Before casting your vote with theRe publican party remember some of these things FirstThe failure of the Republican party to take steps to proyide for elect mg senators by popular vote apd the refusal of the Republican convention to endorse the Ireform SecondThe failure ot the Republican congress to pass a bill providing for pub licity of campaign contributions and the refusal of the Republican convention even to endorse the reform ThrdrlHlrt 1nr3 ft1C Republican congress to pass a postal saving bank bill and the hypucriiy cf the parly in endorsing this reform which it has just ignored in congress Fourth The passageby the Repub lican congress of a currency bill which enables speculative banks to convert all sorts of securities into currency and actually reduces the margin of safety depositors instead of increasing itIFifthThe destruction of representative government in the lower house where the Republican speaker and ifs committee on rules have all power and not even a majority can get a vote on a popular bill ifthe speakerrefuses to consent Sixth The forty nine per cent in eFeaSfc in the cost of living under the Republican Dingley tariff and its trusts while wages have increased only nineteen per centtSeventhrThe refvsjal of the Repub this tariff al andifutureis over lighthTh notorious fact shown by ISenator Aldrich Republican leaderin the senate the American tariff protected concerns sell their products Abroad in competition with European factories at lower prices than they exact from Ameifcan consumers and the y ajsai of the Republican house of rep t natves to adopt an amendment taI have pyr government agents report these prices Ninth The Republican leaders pre tend they fivor a tariff sufficient only to compensate factories teences between labor cost in America and abroad but the fact isthat theRe publican tariff is more than sufficient to pay the whollborcost On steel pioducts the labor cost 15 percent and the tariff is 32 per cent ttr The Blizzard of 1888 I was living ii O Neill Neb at the 1888Ithe Olllce to go home for dinner when blizzard struclc r started to cross Itbe street to a drug store but when reached the other side it fquiul myself halfway down the Ul ck from my des tination TliQ hue wind driven snow flakes filled the air so that I couldnt see my handVheoreIhe I fluflllW ofk storeheretaken refuge from the storm School had just been lftmisKeil for the upon recess and we lletIllt nearly jpO children were out in the SlOIUlSC curing long ropeS the crowd started out to iejcae ihm Vt UU them hndtlled in loorvnys5nl by Hv sM 3 of bu Jiiigjjj Iiiy cuiktuiu a iiiui hokl Iof the ropes u11l1ere led to shelter by their rescuers whose sansoof direc tion gradually returned to them Everyone of the COO school children in the town was got lioruu iu safety Hit seven schoolteachers were frozeil to death hiV the country uriiiglhe Utla zftrd and thousands of c LUte dieil Thc thermonidtei fell from jflu iit the frqez lug point at loon to 20 dt gi es bcilow zero that tiigli t II was tie Worii iiliz znrd I ever avvnud hiittvpr want to JCsIMolues Register and loader ICcmpcnsation ForioachersV unuriUern estate tellan auiushi tory of tlmJatest tljmg in the coiniienyatluu line yircii he was escorting the geiillwnen round the coverts one day the party were alarmed to hear a loud cryJust after tbeIfound a man lying groaning 011 the ground y Some of them jjeiits uve shot me in the leg groaned tile man Examination cl tLLit the sufferer had indeed reechcn bird shot pullet in his left VCutlfWith a trivial In jury but ws hand oUl ly compensat ed for by the geutlemn in the party who preBcned the victini with quite a good sum in goltLVThat same evening the gamekeeper came upon two men in a qvijet lane engaged in allot dispute about tuv shar ing of some niQhyV One of the niep had a shotgun and topping It siguill oantly he said tiireutt4nlugly Alf shares or Ill go straigHt to the pllce and split on us both Ill give the Lgame away Ill tell our ow I put that pill In yen leg to kupckr money out o the shooters Then the gamekeeper disclosed him solf and the two cnRplr t rdtCflIP ed Lqndou QHIU 1 j Y2t JVVSVV HAPPY HOLLOW MjM C Keeling and family spent and Sunday with the family pf Mr jJimRubyv of near Chaplin Mr Clifton KithveR and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sol KaysaOf this placeVMr Dave Hines and wife left last Tuesday morning for Oldham county where they wijl spend several weeks with his father Mr Charley Hines 1 Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong spent Saturday with their uncle Mr and Mrs D P Gas tell of Pulham- Mrs Otis Harmon arid two little hil dren spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Keightley of near Mack yule Mrs J M Shieldsandchildren spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs Salhe Coulter of near Jjere A Healthy Family Our whole iamily has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years agosays- L A Bartlett of Rural Route 1 Guil ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that does you good25c at Haydon Robertsons drug store- Proxy Taft Ths St Loui Postpispatch one of Mr Joseph Pulitzers newspapers summjarizes the Democratic case armimstrationasfollows 1 Jt has tieen extravagant and wasteful V2 lit has attempted to popularize warS3 It has gloried in Philippine im perialism 4 It has menaced the states with Federal usurpation by means of con structive jurisprudence1V 5Itl1as recklessly undermined confidence in our business methods causing nanic dep essfon and suffering 446 It has the political cuntiibutions oflCOlP6ati l scekirg legislative favor 7 Ithas spoken vociferously against the malefactors of great wealth but it has not brought one of them to justiceV8 It has bullied Congress threat ening to do asl it pleased law or no law h VIt has aspailed the courts when their judgments contrary to its 1werewishes 10 It has the highest tariff ever kn tri ina tree country and has made no move in favor of m comeand inheritance taxes 11 It has constantly demanded law and more ilaw for the prosecution of trusts Ith ugh existing laws are held by it to be too drastic for enforce rnentS12 It is niw attempting to round out a career of vil1fulnss greed am bition arid tyranny by forcing the election of a personally excellent and anrIi able proxy These are legitimate issues they are timely issues they are Democratic issues As the opposition candidate it b comes Mr Brians privilege and duty to present thejn with all the skill and ability at his command His opportunity lies in an appeal to elementjuntravagance and of militarism of im perialismoLougnlRi edsl1 of cur tralization of iLS0flI government of big stick administration and partner I ship with predatory plutocracy Let Mr Taft e the proxy Let Mr Taft be the hr to My policies But let Mr Bryan 6e the Democratic car didate for Prciddnt of the United StatesExV fure Trouble Keep Your Bowels Regular and Your Stomach SweetVPCOP sometimes Imagine whon they have liver troutJl or are bilious that the raiilri thing tod Is to take physic Taking pills and keeping your bowel regular are two very different matters The use ota ylDlent cathartic does not mean the cure or the es tablishment of A physic is an Ofconstlpauon but nev er a bowel tten Bowels do not move regul a reason deeper ieatcd clogging up that Is removqdl by a dose of suIts or pills When that drowsy tlrei feeling with the coated tongue the dull head pains the sallow complex ion IS and touches of fever corlstlpatedJbOW to tftk a medicine the bowels gently and mildly and strengthening them stir up the liver and aid the stomach in diKestlne the food Dr CaJdwells Syrup Pepsin does this every time Take a tow doses and see lipw quickly thol drowsy feeling leaves- regular bowel movements come back with a good appetite and perfect digestion and you soon fel like your old self It does not gripe nor pain it acts smoothlyi mildly and is very pleasant to take Wm Hfnchman Mesick Mid says I was troubled with llndlgestlon and liver trouble I have ysedDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with It Isn per feet laxative and I now feel as strong and well as fornierly Wm Block Ni antic Iii saysDr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin is the best remedy l ever used for liver complaint or constipation Mrs RH Brown Addington Ind Ter was troubled witH torpid liver and constipation Dr Cald rclls Syrup Pepsin gave her prompt relief All druggists sell it at 50c and 100 per bottle Pepslii Syrup Co 306 Caldwell Bldg Monticello Ill fcr glad to send a freo sample to uiiyuiit WhO has never used It and will give it a fair trial For sale by The Red Cross DrugStore r 500000Prize VCan You Solve It 6 The Celebrated 15 VpIV 6 I I I VI 14V iS7Iake any of the numbers 1 2V3 4 5 67 8 9and place in the nine squares on this or a separate- sheet of paper so that any way it is read it will make 15 The same number cannot be used more than once Every person sending in correct solution will be 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Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN i LAWYER r Springfield Ky iifOffice in RobertsonBuilding Win In the Court of Wash- IingtQn and adjoining ounties and inthe JGpurtof Appeals SJM CAMPB- ELLAUCTIONIR t Springfield Ky Cryingof public sales aJ specialty Willffo anywhere Terms reason 84 CU BERLA2fD PHONE RF DXol JIE SHELBY J v BREEDER O Du rOC JS W I n e SPRINGFIELD KY v A FEW CHOICE BOARS 1FOR SALE NV El PRINT SALE BILLS AND PI14TTHrM RIGHt iJOflN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SIRINGFIE1D KENTUCKY J r Best Attention Every courtsey shown f Handsome Lipeof Caskets and Burial Robest Telephone Day 19 Night 14 The Sun nd Daily Ksntucky Stat Jour ysarS SSS 84 Girl AsleepiHad Climbed a Leader to Top O fl Her H quse and Sat on Edge For an Hour While a Crowd Watched Her In Breathless Sus pense Rescued With Difficulty After She Was Awakened I The experience of a nineteenyearold girl walking in her sleep over a building front ClambelInj eaves harrowed the feeling of George town D C residents in the early hours the other inbrnmg The entire neighborhood was aroused by1 her screams Still the girl dju not wake To the soundness of her slumber she owes her life Miss Sadie Pettit occupies the house at312lPst eet aiorfo with Miss Mary Thomas an elderly woman Miss excitementhbnan entrance jtpthehouse to ascend to SHE ON THIS DIZZY FOOTING the roof she gave no heed and the door had to be battered In The girl sat or clung on the roof of the building for an hour her feet dangling toward the sidewalk and slept on while the crowd below was at a loss to know how to reach her until the expedient of housebreaking was adopted j rt smashed every pane of glass in the window of her room which is on the second floor climbed out on a frail water pipe and worked her way along the side of the building until she reached the roof of the porch From there she the water pipe to tho roof which rises almost pqrpendicular ly above the ledge Creeping along the gable she got to a small brick projection which juts out of the rear of the horse Dressed only or Dies as a To her absorbed Interest In a new hat Mrs Mary Swayze wIfe of Sam uel W Swayze a retired real estate broker of 212 West One Hundred and street New York owed her death She trjpped and fell in the yard of her home and her skull was fractured against a stone A physician said It was remarkable that her death should be caused by such a fall and at first It was thought she had been stricken with heart disease A close examination however revealed the fracture Mrs Swayze was hurryjng for a look ata new hat that Miss Lo II 211 West One Hundred and street had The yards xot the Swayze and Herron houses adjoin each other Miss Herron was at a rear She saw Mrs Swayze and held up the hat In a pf satisfaction Look at my new hat Mrs Swayz she said i have just finished It The triumph of amateur Bessie Brown of Cameron Okla Is married to a ghost Furthermore she and her spectral husband living to gother In a five room cottag The wedding took place recently and bride and groom moved at once Into their iiew which Miss Brown had with her own money They as as any young ried couple could and who pass the house can hear them talking and laughing just as If they were both In human form This Is the strangest romance ever known Brownof wealthy par In her night clothing she stood on this footing and cried at the top of her voice Persons living in nearby houses looked put of their windows and saw the young woman apparently pre paring to leap The next instant she was sitting or clinging loosely on the edge walling pitCQusly Meanwhile the crowd below In street were almost in a frenzy Several physicians came and passed the word raUTheSergeant Ness took the responsibility of breaking down the door With others he got to the porch roof qnly to firfd STOOD climbed he couldnt reach the girl from there as they had planned without climbing the waterspout as she had done AVhile they were standing there balked for the and wondering what to next Miss Thomas put hr- h adout of the window and called to the girl Wake apl come brr that roof Thqexp cted did not happen Miss Pettit uwoite wIth a shudder and fell backward Instead of forward Where I and how did 1 get lucre she inquired Sergeant Ness climbed out on a shutter which Policeman Clark held from the window Miss Pettit was told to slide down the roof to the bluecOats arms Ness grabbed her as she came arid she was carried to a place of safetyr r Hat Cause Tragedy rjHurrying to See Neighbors Headgear New York Woman Stumbles Her Skull and Result Twentythird closer taHerronof Twentysecond trimmed window spirit i millinery house Bessie dizzy moment comjnandingly I Fractures art was held up to view irs Swayze was moved to admiration Iow did you it Miss Herron 1 she exclaimed Thats just fine and I must hive a closer look at It Irs Swayze started forward and Mss Herron held the hat out so that hejr neighbor might take it u her hands When Mrs Swayze was with Ima few feet of the window she stum bled and fell on her face- Oh Mrs SWayze I hopq youre not hurt exclaimed Miss IJerron butt tre was no answer Mfs Swayze I s Swayze called the other woman When her friend remained silent and motionless Miss Herron screamed It wds thought by those who gathered around that the prostrate woman mere ly lad fainted Waterwas dashed in her face her hands were rubbed and other mqans tried to restore her to cqnscious nes When there was no response to the treatment Dr Schauth was summoned A IQnlclenmlnation by him revealed g 1stntli Girl Marries a Ghostj She and Her Spectral Husband Are Living Together In a Five Room Cottage In Oklahoma are the furnished are happy mar be persons the do up up am do ell t hfgh social standing and pos sesed of many natural charms that make her one of the most beautiful girls In Oklahoma married the ghost of the man she loved She Is not deI merited Her mind has been tested her brain has been examined by spe cialists and her actions have been watched carefully but no trace of In sanity can be discovered Therefor her parents agree that she must be wedded to an apparition something which she Imagines she can see and know but wh1b no other human be lug can recognizo Ii I POTPOURRI MAKING How to Prepare and Select the Various Ingredients For a dweller In the countr or the garden surrounded suburb theF follow- Ing suggestions for gathering ami pre serving the sweetness and fragrance of the spring and summer foi delecta tiori in the wint r months by setting up a potpourri jar are recommended to every young girl who has access to a garden or the fields arid woods Any one of the quaint and pretty patterns ofr9sejars procurable at any bjg shop will Answer for holding the potpourri itself which consists not only of rose leaves but of the petals and leaves of any sweet scented plant The putting up of the potpourri con sejiuently extends through spring and early summer just as the different blossoms come out There are a few general directions which must b close ly followed in making potpourrir The rose jar itself as also the vessel 11n which the potpourri is mixed must be perfectly newmust never b have been used The salt used In forl to1Insurey UngI and tender when gathered entirely uu wilted and must be used henperfeetily freshnot after lying by In water The ingredients must be thoroughly stirred tipcat least once better twice a day and when the potpourri is all gathered arid mixed it should be exposed for two or three weeks to the heat of the August sun Here follow two recipes for potpourri ingredients The Jare copied from an old hoqk handed from mother to daughter in a German bare nial family and have been foUbwedV as have also the general instruction glen above and found reliable and genera1tIonFirst One pound fresh pickled orangE blossoms half a pound of roses half a pound of mac iia1f a pound of lavender and four ounces of marjo ram leaves four ounces of carnations four ounces oxalis one ounce rosemary one ounce cloves and half an ounce of bay leaves Second One pound of orange blos soms one pound of roses half a pound of red carnations half a pound each of marjoram and myrtle two ounces each of nutmeg thyme lavender sage camomile and sweet basil fifteen or twenty bay leaves and three handfuls of jasmine ref the mixture stand for a month stirring twice a day and then add ten ounces of powdered orris- root two ounces of cinnamon and two of cloves with six drams each of yel low sandalwOod and chyper Both the above recipes call for half a pound of saltabsolutely dryto draw out every bit of perfume How to Make Milk Safe Scientific investigations have proved that milk in a raw sttlte should never be given to children Those who can not buy pasteurized milk should pas teurize It at home This can be done by observing these simple directionsiFirst Bring the milk boll and when it reaches the boiling point bottle it instantly cork tightly and cool it Second Ifever feed milk that Is more than twentyf our hours old to anj Infant Third Keep the milk near ice and never Jeave a milk bottle uncorl edIFourthCleanse and scald all bot ties before refilling Careful observance of these direc ttyns will insure against babies con tracting disease from impure milk How to Reduce Fat An excellent and highly effective ex abdolInallfthe back on the floor and place the hands at the sides Catch the toes un der something to keep thefeet down and keep the knees stiff It Is well to catch the toes under the of the dresser as there is no danger of this being moved by the exercise Take a deep breath and rise slowly to a sit i ting position Lower the body slowly expelling the breathrBe careful not to overstrain the muscles while prac ticing these movements How to Clean Doors Doors and window frames require special attention at cleaning time Clean the paint with warm water and a little ammonia Take a cleansoft flannel and wet as much as the can reach Wash and wring the fianI cleanIpOiIthh t dip it in whiting and rub till quite clean Then wash It and polish with a clean wash leather How to Free Clogged Drainpipes A convenient and Inexpensive way to open up a clogged drainpipe is to pour a half cup of gasoline in the sink or basin drain which Is clogged and to allow it to stand for about an hpur without letting the water run There suit will surprise you and save tbo trouble and expense of a visit from the plumber How to Economize In Ice Fifty pounds of Ice every other day will last bettor and keep the Icebox colder than twentyfive pounds a day Besides you save the Iceman three calls week and yourself his wet foot prints also you buy the Ice tongs only onehalf as often How to Clean Plaster of Paris The plaster of paris figures which have become dingy may be brushed with a soft brush and then washed with warm soapsuds without injury It 0 71 JJ I V 7 rlIe g p Onf Jt or AtDVEIbfiSNG IASERIES OF TEN TALKS ON ADVERTISING by Seymour Eaton of Philadelphia No 10 I 11 11man succeeds not because he advertises his because he Iives it Because he eats itf 1 sleeps it dreams it builds ir castles about it The man who never builds air castles never j builds castles of any kind 1 l i IThe great motive power of any business is thje f personal faith of the man sack of it Put your name to the front your own personality j This is a tremendous force in advertising People like to know individuals They like to feel that they are being served by men not simply getting their goocls out of the hopper of a treadmill And if people have any kicking to doand the American people enjoy kicking they prefer to kick individuals It is mighty unsatisfactory for instance to kick an Express Corn pany or a Railroad or Brown Smith Company One cant hit the bulls eye advertiseiis to say that nine out of every ten advertisements which we see are as dead as Egyptian mummies They are beautifully decorated twined around with fine linen draped and boxed for burial The y have eyes and nose and mouth but they neither see nor speak They dont eve 1i smen Their faces are either made pf putty or are chiseled out of beautiful marble There is no throbbing pulse Advertisements are written to appeal to Jive people and ifbthing can get into the heart of humanity sp easily as another heart If you have faith in your goods and the public has faith in you the circuit is complete The advertise ment is simply the transmitter through which your faith operates A The trunk lines are all laid Every homVis con ne ted up To put your shop in communication with one hundred and fifty thousand possibly customers- is dead easy the newspapers go to press shortly after midnight At eight oclock tomorrow morning you can talk to one hundred thousand people about the few little attractive features of your shop wliich you are making ready some Suits wnlch you are closing out at halfprice or some new importations which you got through the custom house only yesterday Dont run away with the idea fut you need to apologize to the public for disturbing their breakfsat with your affairs The people like it A newspaper without advertisements wouldnt sell i Advertising isnt grammar it isnt pictures it r isnt type it isnt op of page position It is some thing far more real than these things The e are merely accessories Advertising is making the proper i telepathic connection between you and the customer It is the art of making the type spe- aktuaw Copyright 1908 by Tribune Company Chlcarot tFEtTO THE FARMERS OP WASHINGTON COUNTY g R BRYAN HAS CALLED UPON THE FARMERS IiM I I the nation for contributions t the campaign fundand las the farmers of Washington county have always been foundin the front ranks battling for just causesbat A tling for the rights of the peopleThe Sun calls uoon them for contributions to the fund Mr Bryan election v vhich1havemean the restoration of equal rights to allit will mean that exclusive privileges will no longer be granted from the Seat ot the National Government to gluttonous lasses The Democratic National Committee at the suggestion of Mr Bryan refuses to ask or accept contributions from cor tporations The fight for the supremacy pf Democracy is to Ai be made and paid for by th great conimon people There are hundreds of farmers Washington copntywho fundt f contribution JI Ii to The Sun V = EDITOR SUN v 1V vii p Ai i Enclosed find ji my contribution to Bryan m ljViWNme Ji t iiTiiik ue db Address l i 1i 1 t Th6 mDU t rec will be turned over to Judge W E Selecmani whlivri 2mailrecetpttocofltributor v 4 33 3 3 3 3 THE SUN 52 SMilES FOR t fJ I 4 tTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 I 8tISPRIN6FIELDStJN SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In AdvanceIJ ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher V Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission j mails as secondclas matter f rTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 5100 ixBlx Months 50 Tkree Months 25 i J v FOR PRESIDENTI WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN t Of Nebraska t i FOR VICEPRESIDENT JOHN W KERN Of Indiana f FOR CONGRESS 4 HON BEN JOHNSON OF NELSON COUNTY J iFOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A C T Kimball as a candidate for the nomina tion for Sheriff ot Washington subject to the action of the peocraU c party Deputies Richard IfCampbell Will Merritt Sanders and m IlIf FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce S Jr Anderson for Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Byron t Croake Geo Powell Sam Hale and Hr R Eddleman j rl tlf7 JV Jim Oder and John Hines were in or l nidst Thur daYTon business r Mrs Otis Harmon spent Saturday I I and Sunday With her parents at Mack Iville 1Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong iiwere guests of Mrs Erastus Perkins Saturday v Rev Ezra Sutherlandandwife of JtLaRue county are spending a few days parents 4lbert S Hines purchased a nice mare of H G Shewmaker price 150 Mrs L P White and Mattie WhiteI spent Thursday with Mrs Fannie Smith c Pleasant Groye Mr Tom Settles spent a few days t with his aunt Mrs Lizzie McMillin of t Wilhsburg Mr John Hines left Sunday for Bowling Green where he will spend four years studying Philosophy Mr Lee Settles sold a nice calflto E P Parish price 10 Mr Bob Lee Crouch was in our midst Saturday The school has been discontinued un til all danger of scarlet fever is past Mr Dick Shewmaker of Botland was in our midst Sunday Mr Will Dugan of Sycamore Valley spent Sunday with Elvin Settles Mr Frank Settle is spending a few days with J H Settles Mr M C Reeling and family spent q Sunday with his parents near Willis burg Albert S Hines bought the Hicker eon place of J D Sutherland price 4050 1 ReadThisii come to see me Farm of 135 acres in one mile of Springfield dwelling 2 tobacco barns plenty ofgr2Ss plenty of tobacco land j well fenced andwell watered Will sell on easy terms or cash Price 600000 Good 7 room dwelling on one of the j best streets In Springfieldfood stable water in acres of ground good garden good shade house new Price 300000 House 10 rooms 2 acre of ground stable fine garden hen house coal house fine pastures in fact everything necessary 210000 This property is only on the market for a short time If you want any of it call on or write me at once B D LAKEReal Estate Agent Springfield Ky 4 r i t i Vi t S Housecleanmg Courier Journal It would be strange indeed fin the Democratic fold there should be found no black sheep Mr Bryan has subjected himself to criti cism for saying that there are and for striving to have them eliminated With respect to Gqv Haskell the public need not and will not further disturb itself because the Governor by his own act having eliminated himself from the campaign thoughtful people are likely to suspend judgment and wait for developments in case it cares to pursue the matter after the election The Republicans discover twenty black sheep where the Democrats dis cQver one Two reasons may be as signed for this first the predatory interests seeing that the Republican party has the President and the Congress and most of the Judges have more use for Republican influence than for Democratic influence the Demo cratic party being out of power and second that during every long party tenure Jail the clever rogues get on the winning side and stand around handy where orruption may find them Hearst with his stolen letters has been able to name only Haskell amn the Democrats and to lug in McLaurin who was long ago cast out by the D 6m ocrats whilst if Standard Qil associa tion be blighting the Republicans WIll have to begin with the Republican Au tocrat of the United States SfenatejAl drich whose only daughter ithe vyife of the oily son of John D Rockefeller 4sSentorForakeiard Oil ompany There are however let Ms rec ill other odious monopolies besides Sta id ard Oil There is Federal Steel Thre is the S agar Trust Why ar they for Taft and does the President not stigma setjhem Sunny Jim Sherman the Rep an nominee for VfceiPresi Pr4identyears ago Du Pont who has hadHo step down and out is the He Goat of the Powder Trust under indictment for4 conspiracy Penrbse Quays successor in the Bosshipof Pennsylvania and a High Muck a Muck of Republicanism is slated we are told to follow Du Pont andalas can such things be even Sheldop President of the Union League Chill of New York and treasurer of the National Republican Com mitteei Then there is Cannon Why if we undertook to call the roll of the Jrust Attorneys occupymg the Seats of the Mighty ai Washington and to mus ter them atkhe barof Public Opinion we would empty the Halls of Congress O Housecleaning say Roosevelt Well after Foraker andDu Pont who comes next Why Aldrich and Sunny a Jim and Uncle Joe of course who else andwotl If my policies are to be vindicated the Big Stick will have to brain Payne and Dalzellof the Ways and Means Committee as well as Pen rose of the Steering Committee Lots more besides Moral what a world of difference the sense of danger makes IMystery Unexplained Nothing has been heard of Student r W E Smith who mysteriously d sap I C peared from Kentucky State Universi ty at Lexington two weeks ago Many theories have been advanced as to the 0 cause of his sudden disappearance and as to his whereabouts Some think that he was killed or seriously injured by som of his fellow students during a e hazing prank Others that he was killed by hoodlums Others that he committed suicide because of a love af I fair Be the cause what it may the boy has as mysteriously disappeared as if swallowed up by the earth The college authorities are exerting every effort to ascertain the where abouts of young Smith but to noayail A reward hasbeen offered by the Institution p as yen as a reward of 250 by tne student body which feels very keen ly the pprobrium being cast upon them 0 The Lexington police are also at work 0 on the case but as the best of feeling has not existed between the students and the police authorities there fsno harmony of action If the boy had been ihjured by the ptudents some trace of him would Unquestionably I have been discovered its the secret would have been revealed by a some one of the perpetrators The most plausible theory advanced is that Smith did not like the school and start ed out to hobo it to Oklahoma where I he formerly lived and where he was J contented It is our hope that this mystery will soon be clear dup and the boy discov ered sound and well and no stain left upon the splendid name of the Univer sity 0 Would Mortgage the Farm tA farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire GarWA Floyd by name says Bucklens Arnica Salve cured the two Iworst sores 1 eversaw one0on my hand Q and one on my lejfr It is worth more than its weight ingold I would not be without it if 1 had to mortgage the farm to get it Only 25c atHaydon 0 RobertsonSdrug store was No day our XTRAG 0 0 DdaCLOTHES R BOYS Ir Ederheimer Stein Co Makers 7OUR boy will rriix up in games like this airmail perhaps in sport more vigorous still Jt It will en take the best lothes you can finddrto stand it j I Were proud toi offer you XTRACOOD ten clothes Youre lucky to get them Theyho0are the honest product of the leading makers Ederheimer Stein Co No question of their ability to give the boy best service under all circumstances no ElISplApOJstyles7 to 17 tonic well MRobertsonClaybrooke Co drug Incorporated Kentucky The ILpiSpringfield The I 1 t 0pOOOOCXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO JQOaOOGQQQQQQQQOQOQGQQCX 000 i AUTUMN = = STYLESI2 o I 6 2 We makes of Suits and that are 5 to 15 stock of Suits your itto to our stock before buying I Mr Robert Fowler Dead Mr Robt Fowler died at his home near Fenwick last morning aged seventy years The last ill ness wasof short duration his sickness death The remains were interred in Pleasant cemetery Saturday morning Mr Fowler had always made his home in this county near Fenwick andj a thai highly respected by all who knew him Teachers Meeting The Teachers Association of District 6WIll be held at Texas on Satur Oct 17th at 1 oclock An interesting program has been arranged con sisting of and music by the teachers of the District All are cor dially invited to attenJ Card We take this means of expressing thanks to our neighbors and to the men of Springfield who assisted us in r fight the fireof last Sun y Had it not been for their assistance there is no telling where the fire would have CAMPBELL AND The Kentucky At Mammoth Caye Oct 12 for Worn Clubs Small Parties and Visitors the Cave during the great outh 375 the rouiTd trip from all stations on Bardstown branch going on regular morning train limit on tickets days Very low rates at Cave and tel See or write N agent Where Bullets Flew Dayid Parker of N Y a veteran ot the civil war who lost afoot at Gettysburg says The good ectric Bitters have done is worth more than hundred dollars to me I ent much money doctoring for a bad of stomach trouble to little pur I then tried Electric Bitters and cured me I now take them as a and they keep me strong and 50cat Robertsons store ooooooo Sun And CourierJournal 160 Springfield Sun 100 per year o OQ WHEN YOU luy your Fall and 2 Suit or Overcoat see 0 that the garment is made right Whats4 I thgoqdof buying clothes that have fi 0 Q poor trimmings and linings its like Jj buying a brick house with a wooden 2 nfoundatio great importance of having your clothing cut andd sinedby experts fll Q you might as wellbuy the cloth alone 5- ad i tyur wife orstster make your O v 0 clothes and we feel certain that they- will 2 y m ke them better than agoodO many ga rrri en ts for sale a 0I Weve got the Clothesv You should wear + theyre In the sanitary I clothing shops of S1r use Bros S Baltimore makers of the famous 5 VHighLrt Brand Z 0 ee that yerr Suit or Overcoak YOU wear has this label in itt tooK o i e 0 RIGHT WHEN YOU BUY THE 1 IRIGHT FTER YOU WEAR Theyre j Q tailoreq designed and carefully exam f med by epersand the beauty ofit t 1 J p all these clothes are moderate in price Ji when you take into consideration the superior workmanship 0 iPrices 1500 to 25iOO a nEvervL haveother Mens Overcoats extra at 2 Full Boys and Overcoats noy ready for inspection g uiYou owe yourself see large The ROBERTSON = CLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED a JOGGOOOOOOCCOOOOOOGGGCGGO OGOOOGGOGGOGOOOGOGGOGCOGOGOG 0 Friday eight hifdeatGrove addresses against stopped BOTTOMS Social see L Fayette fiye Haydon aooo oQaaaaaao Dth offered made THEY irANDSTAY THEXf1 values t Mr and Mrs Gordon Entertained Blue Mound Ill Leader Mr and Mrs Jos Gordon entertained number of their friends at their home two miles south of Blue Mound Ajig 23rd The occasion was that of a family re union The day was a most enjoyable one especially was it so to those whose eo aration had been marked bi thn y pa that had furrowed their brows and whitened their locks with their passing Truly these things impress us with the solemn facts that the ruthless hand of time rests upon all But the bright cheery faces of the youthful ones present carried us back and we laid aside our cares for the time being and were young just for a day our hear tsoverflowingi with joy At the noon hour we repaired to the dining room to partake of the sumptuous feast our good hostess had spared no pains in preparing- At the request of our host Mr Barsh the photographer came out in the afternoon and pnotographed the group of happy guests Perhaps in after years when a num ber of those present shall havle passed away this picture will be a happy r+ minder of this pleasant occasion u some on who would gladly lift the veil to view this as a joyous event dinnng the reminiscences of the past Those present were Mr and Mies Rue Gray of Polin Ky Mr and 1rs A D Young of Rochester E1irand Mrs Richard Crouch and sop Zack and little daughter Amy of Findley IlL Mr Wm Smothers of Shelbyville Ill Mr and Mrs R J Crouch Sr Mtrand Mrs Walter Crouch and litte daughter Lucille Murray Crouch and Forest Coffin ett Mr and Mrs Jos Gordon Ju Mound Ill t Public Speaking i Hon Chas Williams Democratic candidate for Elector from the Fourth Congressional district will address the citizen ot Washington county at Springfield Ky on Wednesday Oct 14 at 730 oclock p m 1 a- I SALE i- I ISATURDAY AFTERNOON 1 I OCT 1O at 2pclockIthe MethodistParsonage I sell to the highest bidder the following IAt willI One sorrel Mare Hay Straw with two setsof wheels One set Harness IBuggy 1Hay Forks Hoes Lawn Mower I Garden Hand Plow 5pfipt Hose v 1Side Board Lounge Bedroom set Bedsteads I Tables Window Curtains V ij 1Screen doors and windows Parlor Organ Radient Home heating stove IRefrigerator EtlI I GWLYON1 T r j p THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1908 1 JI VERY day theres a clothes parade every day the campaign of quality against cheapnessr goesonandeve17Y mars votes o6rier r later on just how good his are to be r i v1 j i Duncan This store jS the of Hart Marx q t r Dr1G1TBurton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted W ith out Painiy GROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes nd1tr On last Friday Mrs Lloyd Parrot gave birth to a 12 pound girl GrinSelltstead He pays market price tiAt Jones old stand trV J If you want to beautify your home l get some of Grundy and Mclntires rugs Mr Walter McLaughlin has sold his store at Tenwick toMrJ E Sutton Mr McLaughlin will again engage farming J The J atlies Aid bf the M I Chll han church will give an Supper at the home Of A P Case on KOct 16 Everybody invited to attend h Mr Henry Wells has bought a lot from MrIT W Jarboe adjoining the tatters home and will immediately begin the construction of a modern resi dence The Ladies of the Mackville Christian church will serve dinnerin Springfield on the fourth Monday in this County Court day Attention is called to Rev GW Lyons ad elsewhere in this ISSUe Will conduct a public sale of household goods etc Saturday Oct 101 NOTICEAll parties are hereby noti fied that land is posted Anyone caught hunting r trespassing on it will be prosecut d to the fullest extent of the law Mrs J W KELLY SR t Mr Robt Canary has rented the OGara property on High street and I Mr Jas Barker the Gravesproperty t on East Main Both will moveintd their new homes in the near future The Washington School Convention which was postponed on account of the scarlet fever scare will be held at Pleasant Grove church Tuesday Oct 27th The same program will be carried out the Speakers will be prepared and we hope all the teach ers and superintendents of the county LAWSONII nFAI I STuCK FOR SAL AS adminis trator of F M Campbell estate I q e twentyfiyeisstock It is neeessary to sell this stock in Order to makesettlement- sv THEO C CAMpbELL Campbella i HON CH AS WILLIAMS Democratic Candidate for Elector from the Fourth Congressional f District will address the Citizens of Washington County at I SPRINGFIELD KY on WEDNE DA 14th at 730 oclock p m Everybody invited to attend j A H t gY r Qasi p Dcte PODDDD aI Personal Notes Ip DQV 0RoundQ Personal News OQ a D QiUH O OtI John Polin left for Louisville Sunday where he will resume his legal studies Miss Mabel Price visited her family at this place Sunday loriPhiiadelPhitreatedat a hospital t Mr Tom Hardesty was in Lebanon Tuesday i Mr Weathers manager of the townyesterday MrsjV K Marks is confined to her home by illness t Mr Ifcank Ash who has been em toYed bY1 John L Barber has bought an interes tin Black Johnson stoi e at Pulliam where he has gone to live Mr Doc Bishop t of Owensboro is visiting his J F Bishop at this place sOl =4lr J J McCabe ig Visiting his family this week Mr Tt Scott Mayes spent Saturday and LexingtonI Mr WF Grigsby attended Circuit Court Jn Harrodsburg Monday Mrs W F and son George and MrsN I Adams are sp ndiQgthe week in Louisville as guests of Af r Neikirk r Messrs T Scott Mayes and Marshall Duncan were guests of Hon Ben Johnson in Bardstown1 last Thursday Miss Marie Malcnsy of Louisville is spending a few days with her cousin PopeIMrs Mary Ragsdale is in Louisville this week Miss SallIe is spending a few days ih LouisVille Miss Nancye Simms has accepted a position with jssJWillie Knott Messrs Ray Good in Logan Bosley and Frank Peters of were in town Sunday r Mr George Mullican has been vis iting the family of his father W H Mullican at this place Messrs Neal Boblitt Will White haverraccepted positions with the Home Com fort Stove and Range Company a n left this week to begin work Mrs T A Thurmond who has been visitmg the family of J W Bush at this place is now the guest of the family of Ben Doom in Lebanon Hon WC McChord was in Bards town last Thursday on business MrsJ Nally has returned to her home near Bardstown after a weeks visit to her daughter Mrs Ella Montgomery Mrs Kate Williams and son Connor were in Lebanon Tuesday daughterRoxieBloomfield tc Mr IL H Edelen his l turned to Louisville after spending a few days with relatiyes here Misses Bertha and Mary Haydon relativesiMiss Fannie Smith of Bloomfield has accepted a position with Cunning ham 8 Duncan Miss Regma Clements pf Lebanon visited Misses Carrie and Kate Ed last week Miss Margaret Hagan the MackmDunn wedding in Lebanon yes terday Mrs Teresa Hagan is visiting rela fives iji Lebanon Mr Tommy Hamilton of Freder icktown was in lown Tuesday Misses Fannie and Annie McElroy have from a visit to friends in Louisville Messrs AR Shultz and J CI Shader spent Sunday at St r arysIMrs Ella Montgomery was in Louisville last week Mrs Lewis Rogers spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville UiS1villeMesdames J L and G C Wharton left today for a visit to relatives in Louisville i Mr and Mrs H P McCnord ares visiting Telatives in Lebanon i IMrs E SMayes Sr returned home from a two weeks visit to drelatives in Harrodsburg Mr MW Curry ot is visiting relatives here Mrs G E and daughter Miss are in Louisville today fMrs Virginia Thompson has re turned to her home in Bardstown after a visit to her brother Mr T Scott Mayes and familyI rMr Tom Edelen spent a few days last week in Louisville tMisses Katie Cain and Cecelia Siranis attended the MackinDunn wedding j in Lebanon Tuesday Miss Mary Gleason has returned home from a visit to in Louis yule f Miss Margaret Spalding has returned home after a visit to Mrs R H Edelen air Louisvillel Mr C J Haydon and daughter Margaret a are spending a few days in Louisville W F Trusty and family spent in Mackville W E Crume of Frederick ofnWillisburg are attending the sessions of Fiscal Court Robt Canary C MMc IMessrs W C McChord JrwiU go Saturday to witness the C UMiami football game W E Selecman Mrt5 Selec IJudg Miss Lucy spent yesterday in the guests of Mr and Mrs Carl Litsey Mrs Kate J Martin has returned to Louisville after spending the sum SherIMato spend a few weeks in the city with her daughter and in Jeffersontown with her sister Mrs Wells and from thereon to New York City to spend the win I lJ f Schaffner Clothes are the best clothes for men to wear a1 wool materialsper fectly tailored put to bestvof other lin ingstrimmingstheyreright dint cost as much as theyre worth The best thing about voting for Hart Schaf fner Marx clothes is that you win Drop into our polling f place any day youll get value for your money such as you fJ giant get othery wayISuits 18 to 40 Overcoats 15 to50 Cunningham Co home Schaffner Clothes Springfield Ky highest Oyster Ionth County Sunday TheSUNl VOCrOBER Neikirk Lebanon attended returned Harrodsburg Medley Althaire relatives IDr Hart Marx made materials W V STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72- TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger All Vnrl Done in this office is firSt andjustasI Over McElroy 8 Shadors Grocery S ter with her son who conducts a drag business there i Mrs William Milton of Mackyille Ky returned home Monday after an extended visit to Louisvilleand Illinois where she visited Virgil Milton at Jim ton III Charley MIlton at Lane Ill Fonsy Weldon and James Milton lit H 3ton Ill While in Louisville Mrsi t r Milton met her sister Mrs Carne Ben nett of Missouri whom she had riot seen for thirtyfour YearsI z J Daily Arrivals o- FALLMILLINERYk My Fall Millinery is beiny re ceived each day and I now have on display the handsomest tine ever seen in Springfield tj Newest Styles at Lowest Priers Jt VJ iFallRemember tam prepared to daall kinds of trimming at a real enable price Have a nice line of all kinds of Material Miss Willie Knott hj r ll I xfS 1 l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 71 1908 the NeW Mayor liJJued on GJKBroadhursts Successful Play TIlE MANOB THEH i BY ALBERTI r t j ATSONERHUNE iso7aYGOh6EfROADI CHAPTER XVI left alone In Horn DALLASprivate room sat at the i making no effort to her brother and Phe Ian A messenger searching for Hor rigan bustled in looked Inquiringly at t the motionless white faced girl then passed on to the committee rpombe ld and on again in his search until sound of his footsteps died And fitlll Dallas sat inert dumb Little by little she was piecing together the facts of the long miserable complication in the light of what Per ry had just told her It was absurdly theteveryfortune into Borough stock to influ ence Bennett how failing to move the latter he had used Alwyns knowledge of the fact as a weapon against the young man how Bennett had sought to save her fortune and why he had forbidden Perry to bias her feelings rby telling of the act t From first to lastshe murmured 441n unhappy contrition he has acted honorably and as he thought I would i have wanted him to and for my happi mess And I like the wretched little fooJl was couldnt understand and publicly humiliated himOh If only it werent too late to A vision ofyGibbs flashed before her jnlnd and she shuddered realizing all that her rash steps had entailed It is too late she confessed to her self fighting back the hot tears that seared her eyes But at least I can tell him I know and beg his forgive ness and thank him The sound of voices In the corridor roused her from her bitter reverie She prang up hastily unwilling that any should see her tear stained face but the speakers though they drew near did not enter Horrigans office adjoinIi lug committee room The messenger had left ajar the door between the two rooms Realizing this and not wishing to be seen Dallas shrank hack toward the wall fearful of detection Then the voice of one of the speakers suddenly arrested her notice Well Bennett was saying In no es pally civil tones you said yon wIsh ed to speak to me In private What l harey our tosaY1Be brief for I am Ifbusy Finding herself the unwilling witness to what promised to be a confidential talk Dallas stole toward the door lead lug to the corridor but Horrigan as was his custom had locked it on going out She owed not enter alone the crowded anteroom In her pres nt state t ao hesitatingly she paused forced to remain where sW was The sound of another voice chained her to the spot sherdistinctly through the half open door WayoII hardly know how to begin1 i Gibbs was replying to Bennetts curt demand It Is a delicate subject and Then the sooner it Is treated to open Ualr the better Is Youve won the Borough bill fight began Gibbs Is that call you have to say to me No Youve won but youve lost far r more Youve lost Dallas Wainwright 1 hardly need to be reminded 0f that retorted Bennett and It is a subject oJ dont cure to discuss But listen pleaded Gibbs as the t mayor made a move as though to leave the room One mInute I say youvi won the Borough fight Ive won Dallas Cant we VWell what asked Bennett with amlnous quiet as he paused In his de jparttire Cant westrIke some sort of bar pIn said Gibbs tentatively Explain r please ordered Bennett with that same deceptive calm Why went on Gibbs emboldened 1t the others seeming complacence RsnPPose you give up this Borough ght and I give up Dallas I won her by a trick She doesnt really love me It is her pride not her heart that made her throw you over mJttccept me jit Is you she loves and Ive known It ajll 19Iig and you ace in love wlth her What then Just this returned Gibbs wonder Ing at Bennetts quiet reception of the atrange offer She will marry me b- extje she Isnt the sort of girl to go 1 back 6n her promise especially since ahe looks on me as a sort of high mind TScpd martyr to your oppression so if I v hold her to her word she will not oaqk down Now if you even now with draw your opposition the Borough bill will go through Let L t gd- yv through and 1 will break my engagement to It1 Dallas Waln M v right and leave her freev M to marry you prornlsfthttp Yes cried Gibbs elated UI promise on my word of honor Is ita bar gain 1 = 7 fcibbs re AlwynGibbs wasCUTastioutnaUworld theworldterly rotten you were butI didnt believe there was a man living who could debase himself as youve just done But began Gibbs in bewilder ment Now youll listen to me for a mo ment cut in Bennett silencing the in terr ptionou say Im In love with Miss Wainwright It Is true I love her in a way a dog likeyou could never understand if he tried for a lifetime Id give my life for one word of love from her but Id sooner go forever without that word than win it by a dishonest deed that would prove me unworthy of her I asked her love as a free gift and tried to deserve it She refused and I wont try to buy what she wont give me especially since the price would make me unworthy of her as you ourself are But you take the wrong view of It Yousee If uIsee this much Ill have to speak plainer to get my view of the case into your vile hind If ever again you meet me stand out of my way Dont speak to me or come where I ami for = tThe eavesdropper If you cross my path again Ill treaty u ten thousand times worse than when f thrashed you in that football game Thats alL Bennett restraining his wrath with a mighty efJrt turned on his heel and strode off Into the corridor leaving jGibbs staring after him in dumb iui potent despair When the broker bad recovered him self sufficiently to start from the room Dallas Wainwright stood before him barring the exit Her face was dead white her big dark eyes ablaze Wait Phe commanded I must speak to you for the last time Dallas gasped the desperate man his drawn face turning positively yellow Yqu wereyouyou heard 1 Mr Bennett Jlusf now called yoy the foulest cur In an the world said Dallas her voice scarcely louder than a whisper yet every syllable stinging is a whiplash He put It too mildly But sweetheart IMiss Wainwright please I heard you offer to sell me to him in exchange for his conscience If my own brother bad told mp such a thing I would not Jape believed hIm but I myself heard it And I heard his splendid answer But you know 1 was joking That it was just a trick to Just sucti a trick that made me promise to be your wife Yes but this time you had to dp with a man a man in a millionnot with a poor credulous little idiot like ale And be answered you as I should have answered you had my eyes been opened in time I Dallas groaned Gibbs for beav ens sake dont look at me like that I cant bear iU11 love you And I And 1 in my criminal folly prom Iced to marry you she stormeduX let you kiss me My lips are degraded forever by that touch of yours I let you speak words of love to ine l broke a brave mans heat for your worthless sake Oh the shamethe horrible shame of If nil But I shall1 thank God my bended knees that I have found ron the truth before it was too late Too late he echoed in horror his voice rising almost to a scream Dill las 10uje not throweer M me over You T arent Scott Gibbs she answered quietly a world r wonderingiscorn In her leeltones3ouAw know how vil4 M a thing you are meIu presence sick ensme He tried td UJto speak but somejr thing of their IeCtable con Now leave me please tempt in her glensTeWitho t nl word he slunk out of the broom and put of her life Phelan agog with eagerness for the coming struggle In the aldermanic chamber bustled past through the cor ridor The alderman had many duties today and as the performance of each brought hikn nearer to his longed for revenge oni Horrigan he was positively beaming with righteous bliss Dallas caught sight of him Aldermin she called faintly Phelan halted still in haste to fulfill his missiqn Could could I see Mr Bennett she asked a new timidity transforming her rich voice Do you know where I can find hum Is it important Hes pretty busy Very important she pleadeduI must s ehiin at once Ill look hm up agreed Phelaii but Iwarn YOu hes too busy to see ybu just yet Spose you let me take you back to the meetin Our bills comin up In a few minutes now an you dont want to miss it Then Ill scare uJi li s lionor for you as soon as hes gofa phre minute an bring you back he e to him Sorry to keep you waiting he went on as they started toward the council chamber but before this sessions over all sorts of things Is due to explode an we aint hardly fat jh6 beglnnin of the excitement yet Were goin to make a Fourth of July celebration in a giant powder y look like a deaf mute fun faIt time were done CHAPTER XVII u ESJ In there observed Phe H lan in high excitement Jerk big his thumb toward a floor leading off the committee room anJ Ifve sent for Wainwright an Horrigari to meet your honor here An Ive fixed it so the Borough bill wont come up for ten minutes Now all thats lift is to touch the punk to the fuse anset off the whole giddy bunch of fireworks under em Gee but its good to a stuck to this old world just for the sake of bein here today an seeln what Im due to see The alderman chuckled but his joy ous anticipation found no reflection In Bennett s set face The two were In the committee room whither Phe lan had repaired after depositing Dal las in a chair beside her brother at the meeting and attending to one or two details pf greater import Yes went on Phelan again nod fartherdoorminute for the blowout Theres sonie else wants to see you some lone wholl make more of a with If Im not overplay in my hand But good news can wait Theres so little of it In this measly rife that it genrally has to I stnmpedIat hjs heels eUcrled the boss defiantly glar Ing at Bennett and ignoring Phelan You sent for us What do you want1 One moment Intervened Wain wright We are beaten We admit that without argument So we need waste no time going over details Have you sent for us to say what youll sell out for queried HorrI ban coarsely because if you have youve only to name your price Youve got us where you want us Weve got to pay I should have thought replied Bennett with no shade of offense you would know by this time that I have no price Then what do you want Nothingfrom you Wily lid you send word you wanted ImpatlentlrTo tell you answered Alwyn glancing from one to the other that every step you two have taken in this whole infamous transaction from the Yiarr first has been carefully followed and to use your own fmrase weve got you with the goods Same old bluff commented Horri gan contemptuously yiifh a reassuring wink at the somewhat less confident Wainwright By tomorrow noon resumed Ben nett you will both be indicted on a charge of bribery Even now there are detectives on the watch for you Es cape is Impossible Rot sneered Horrigan Youve no evidence that will indict and you know It Even if your had dont Icon trol most of the judges and the district attorneys office besides I Swell chance youll have of getting n conviction past that bunch Ball You talk like a man- made of pnud I spose its the affair of those Roberts notes your counting on That dont feaze me any My lawyer can twist that around so itH look like a charity gift No no youngster Youll have to think of something better if l And anyhow in Wainwright nervously you cant prove aucPny nection on my part Theres nothing against me or I think there Isi retorted Bennett wheeling about on the financier And even if I cant nail tile Roberts bribery to you Ive plenty more counts to hold you on All these generalities and vague accusations prove nothing Bennett an swered Wainwright drawing courage from Horrigans colossal calm nml speaking with more assurance trHorrigan and I are not schoolboys to be scared by baseless threats This Is all guesswork on your part Come now name one specific charge you can prove One will be enough to convince you 1 asked Alwyn Well then how about this as a first guess Mr Hor rigans bribe of 2000000 in money and 25000 shares of Borough stock for agreeing to put through the Borough franchise For guesswork that doesnt seem to me very bad Wain wrights hard mask of a face twitched convulsively but the steady brain that had carried him unshaken through a thousand risky financial deals atonce to his rescue An e inrsplendidly feigned amusement but unfortunately the courts demand proof before convicting a man and there is no proof whatever of Are you sure queried Bennett Turning to Phelan he added Please ask Mr Thompson to come inThe alderman with anexpansive grin flung open the dpor of the farther room At sound of his secretarys name Wainwright had sprung to his feet and dumfounded was leaning heavily on the table staring across the thres hold of the stiddenly opened door There framed in thedark doorway his faco deathly pale his eyes glowing with a strange light as of murder stood Cynthias brother His presence In the city hail was no mere chance but the climax of a series of conferences between Bennett Phe Ian and himself latlnm from the night of the administration ball when de spite his own resolve the secretarys hand had been forced by the inquisi tive alderman and his Identity revealed Bennett had been let into the secret next day and the trio had had a three hour talk from which Phelan had emerged with the gleeful air of one who had unexpectedly found a 1000 bill Thompson too had left that con ference with a look of calm intense satisfaction that transfigured him Other conversations had followed one of them in the presence of notary stenographer and lawyers The trap af last was ready to be sprung The financier for the first time in his nine year close association with the secretary met the younger mans gaze without seeing the latter droop in def erential submission Now be received back look for look from his former ab ject slave and it was his own glance that wavered before that concentrated glare of hate- Thompson he cried and his voice bore a world of Incredulous reproach Before him stood the one man on earth in whom Wainwright had ever placed implicit trust to whom he had confided his gravest business secrets the man whom he had so shrewdly tested in countless ways and who had proved strinchly Incorruptible and loy icTh I tu fjf J T Harry Garrison nl and now Thompson apparently con fronted him In the role of traitor of exultant IThompso be exclain donCe with a groan as the sec retary advanced Into the rooip until only the width of the table separated employer and employee Then the newcomer spoke for the I f first time in an oddly muffled voice as though fighting desperately for self restraint No he contradicted Thompson- no longer Henceforth I am Garrison Wainwrights face grew gray Breathless unbelieving he peered across at the pallid features of his new foe trac ing In them the likeness to the old hadIhud often vaguely occurred to him when watching Thompson at work now returned Jn double force But now as In a fluSh it was explained and ho knew that his secretary spoke the truth Yes went on Thompson in that same choked struggling intonation I am Harry Garrison You wrecked my fathers life You drove him to suicide You blasted his memory You beg gared his children I am his sonIIar- ry Garrison Now da you beginto understandYou 1 Mr Wainwright Inter vened Bennett as the secretarys pent up rage strangled the words in his thro tmy guesswork has a fairly reliable backing But Wainwright did not hear He still stared as one hypnotized into the blazing eyes of the man he Had trusted Youve youve played me false he managed to gasp at length You have Sure he has cut in Horrigan Whatd I tell you last summer Wainwright 1 said then you were foolish to trust him so I said hed stand watching The minute I set eyes on that lantern jawed glum face of his Played me false muttered Wain wright again dazed and doubting the evidence of his own senses Played you fulseT jeered Thomp son Played you false Why else did I become your servant What else have I been waiting all these horrible years orv Itve sat at your desk and listened to your orders never venturing to say my soul was my own Now youll listen to me littletraitorBut the financier was standing motionless leaning on the table his fin gers spasmodically gripping its edge till the knuckles grew white Ridiculously like a cowed prisoner before the bar of justice he faced his fiery eyed young judgeThey sent for me went on Thomp son brokenly je Idly scarce intelligi ble as the suppressed hatred of a dee adebattled for expression They sent for me My fathrrhad killed himself My mother down by grief Our honored old name vas defiled My sister ivas a pauper Who had done all theyIbut I found it out I found out And by my Jr Hi murdered fa- thersjf body I knelt nd swore forLIt Id pay you if it costme my V life I would J ruinyou inname and fortune as you ruined my father and then And then Fd Jilll Id kill YPuyyou as you killed you killed him my father Id With an effort that left him haggard and trembling Thompson forced him self to calmer speech and continued- I answered your advertisement for a secretary I had no experience Yet out of ninety applicants you chose me That was I knew t1 ut oa day I should have you r snow I have Fate fought for me 1 made myself necessary for you Jl obeyed your hardest orders I found out waystoplease you 1 fetched and carried for you I rant anticipate your lightest wish as though I was your adoring son It was hope youre satisfied sir and Let me do that for you sir and I am glad to work overtime for you sir any time you wish while every minute I had to fight hard to keep from striking you deadI must go groaned Wainwright shuddering I cant stand this I Oh I made you think me a paragon resumed the youth You took to testing my honesty and loyalty in clever ways that you thought Id never discover I stood the tests Then you trusted me You fool As If the fact that I wasnt u crook proved I wasnt your enemy You could see no farther than dollars and cents When I didnt steal those or sell the market tips you gave me you thought I was Incorrupti ble and devoted to your interests And all the time I You wet tts leTrtttSfl t the keyhole that day lust summery rigan the time I pulled tle office door open aud4 Then anq always answered Thomp son and he added his eyes return ing to Wanrivrlglits I copied every confidenti telegram or letter you sent I oCtTOxTvvn In shorthand every private interview of yours I tracked the checks that ompleted your deals and when they came back from the vaults as vouchers I stole them Ive got proofs I tell you proofs of every crooked transaction you have dabbled In for nine years Ive secured proofs of every step in this borough franchise bribery and Ive turned them all over to the mayor here That evidence will send you to state prison To state prison I tell you To a cell with cropped hair and striped suit Ill send you to prison where youll break your heart and be branded forever as a convict And when your term Is up Ill be waiting for yon and Ill kill you Do you hear me you foul Brim anal he shouted screaming hyster Icallyand foaming at the mouth In his abandonment of Insane tqryulJD go- Ing to kill you To kill you Continued on page seven ONLY i YEARI d ONLY si J s PER YEAR I I rT Ii 4f 1 iTJESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1908 r x he JVetv Mayor t Based on G H Broadhursfs Successful Play The Man of ThelloursBy ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE Copyright 1007 by George H Broadhurst I i CHAPTER XYIII NDER the maniac tub that U blazed from Thompsons eyes WainwrIght shrank back in panic dread Hes hes mad cried the financier Dont let him at me For Thompson seemed about to burl himself on his foeIGo easy son adjured Phelan lay ting a restraining hand on the secre J tarys shoulder The latter recalled to himself by th pressure relaxed his tease menacin- r g attitude and with hysterical revulsio- of feeling sank into a chair jburying his face in his arms on the table him Nine horrible years he sobbed bro kenly Nine awful years of slavery of debasement Watching hating longing to crush him and oh the time ba come thank God Thank God Youre all in lad mutter al Phe lani passing 1m arm about the shalrinb I youth and lifting him to ills feet getth you a bracer Thompson exhausted by Isis emo tions obeyed mechanically but at the farther door paused for a liioiiient and again fixed his wild bloodshoteyes on Wain Wrights haggard face Remember he threatened hi voice dead rand expressionless when you get out of jail Ill be waiting fo you And as sure as Gods justice live Ill kill you as Id kill a dog years waiting and11I murder you a you murdered my Phelan had forced him over th threshold and the slamming of the a door behind the two seemed to bret the strange spell that had fallen on all Wainwright straightened himself glanced fearfully abput tried to re gain his shaken composure and opened Iris mouth to speak But the hurried entrance of Williams prevented him Mr Horrigan gasped the v newcomer Ive been looking every u where for you f S Whats wrong now strapped the boss Has i The Borough bills come up at last and h housing ptheNo theyre quiet as death too quiet And they have long ropes jmd theyr- stringing them over the Call in the police then ordere Horrigan Vows the time for thun 1 dont dare protested Williams Those men in the gallery are desper ate Theyre dangerous ijf The police interrupted Bennett sharply What are you talking aboutt t 4My orders returned Horrigan I sent for them Tell them to j Dont do it commanded Bennett in anger 4Do as I say Williams counteri manded Horrifigan HaVe and j 4Phelan interposed Bennett as the stlderug left Thou PSOU in oth er hands came into the room go to the sergeapt IiI charge otj the polio air TIOLTlgan sent f9r Tell him I say he must keep his men where they aro and take no orders except from me UnJerstandT I sure do grinned Phdan with a I l lllllJbdn at the wndbral HoiTi gail Au Ill sce thc y Icii lieed fiiot uOKiio ferHitkWainwright ins throat dry a constricted with fear The till is with drawn That goes corroborated Horrigan Do you hear that iJfam Mr- Wainwright withdraws the Borough bill Attend to it in a rush man Never mind rout the police J Well Friend Horrigan blandly ob served Phelan as Williams hastened out Itold you Id cross two sticks of dynamite under you sornejday Like Ize Idqne it What had you to To do with smashin you Only that I put his honor on to thej bill in the first place an then sicked him on to Roberts all discovered ThjoHipson an turned him bier to Mr Bennett Thats about all But I guess it4 enough to make your political career feel like it had a long line of carriages idrivln slow behind it Chesty Dick myl old chum Hortigau had turned his back on his victorious tormentor and was facing hemayorBennett said he yoU forget Ive lcstill got that report about your father and Tomorrows papers will PUblish it supplemented Alwyn No they wont contradicted Hor rigan That wouhl be bad politics The report will holdover till Youre mistaken ipterlrupted Ben nett calmly Ive sent a copy of that report today to every paper in the city and have accompanied it with a state ment that il shall make good to the city treasury every charged In the library and aqueductcontracts So f Horrigan was staring at hurl open mouthed genuineiyqure the craziest fool or the cleverest politician in the state Tour honor humbly pleaded Wuin i f y rright wh9 for several minufes haG been trying in vain to draw Bennett aside for a private word old man Is there no way of 1a1nnme mercy in nay retorted Alwyn u IYes exactly the same mercy you large always shown to your ow r finan cial enemies no more no less Ohcut out the whine Wain t wrlglit sneered IIorrigah in hi gh con tempt as he linked his arm broken financiers and hanl iftho roughly from the room What pened to yournerve Youre lmost as bud as Gibbs Youre still rich and as long its youve got plenty of c no law In America need ever bot 111 u Theres lots of talk about Indict and arrests antrinvestigations and prosecutions and all that sort of rot But I dont see any millionaires going to jail Come on across to my law el3kThe boss and financier departed with out a backward look leaving Phehin nntl Bennett alone on the late scene of battle Say your honor observed the al derman slyly theres one very impor tant engagement youve clean forgot Sit rlghf where you are a mimitcv ail thateon you you want thinno n l Ho II have to watch which way his toes point to set wheth ear hes gbin orjoins The alderman sped on his mission leaving Alwyn seated alone dejected miserable in the deserted committee room Now that the crisis was past his heart was strangely heavy He had ofTall he held dear Alwjii Bennett knew top that the real fight was but just beguna fight tliat hull waged since the world begatf and must last to judgment day the hopeless upiiill battle of diyagainst evil of honesty against graft dontejailsyoung mayors memory Their brutal bald truth bes trlum1phofs drearyee g argilkn q u e r si I Jff foe worth white ti Coulll the great god raft ever f be checked iu his mastery of Ifdl u s of 1skirts startled1 iAj Alwyn from hIs vy dark thoughts y Dallas he unbelierr0w y to his feet hhlf 1 urV i dazzled at the lighteSlowly she came toward him her glorious dark eyes onl1is her white hands outstretched in irresistibly ap peal At last she spoke I love you she sand ENDtYou Read theI Other Fellows Ad oneIThat should convince you that advertising in these columns is profitable prop osition that it will bring storeIThe fact that the other fellow advertises is prob R t Ii U ably the reason he is get ting more business than is falling to you Would it not be well to give the chaliceI To Read YOU Ad Sa These Columns WO IAN AND FASHION A New Model This costume is a combination of the Jumper and modified directoire style It Is in a smoke gray shade of crepe de chine with sash of gray satin caughttogetherover the left hip with I fancy embroidered ornament In silver or COSTUJIE OF GRAY CRAP bullion The ends of the ash are weighted with long silver bu lIon tas sels I The guimpe is of white chifl on with trimmings of gray satin buttons and simulated buttonholes of the same ma- terIal The hat of black velvety is trimmed with white satin and white wings r The Girl With Red Hair If your hair is golden br wn or of the vole that lovers of fine writing call tho Titian tint which means It is red you may make it still more at tractive by wearing a jet coronet with bands puffston the Qs must puff out until the head resembles the tOl of a rain barrel adorned with hoops of oakum A woman of prom inence in Vanity Fair at a party the othpr night confided to a friend that three yards of cut jet trimming had been needed to produce the striking effect achieved in her coiffure The hair was waved and parted and came down logy on each side of her fore head Then came a wreath of puffs topped by the coinet of jet Then coilednrounwdvqu the cut jet Close to the neck was a row of clinging ringlets and small jet headed pins kept these em bellishments In place Dressy Directoire Hate of the new exclusive shapes of the direct lre mode is in the lines of the shepherdess In this instance it is developed In a royal purple velvet combined with satin which forms nu merous small pipings on the upper C = i I THE BUEPHJEltDESS SHAPE brim The crown which is large and law is trimmed w lip huge white wings ppsed tint against the front and sides Streamers of i urple velvet ribbpu hug from the ba k of the crown over the wide brim and are knotted and brought forward to hung over the shoulder to the waist line j A Silk Season Silk will be V ry much worn this season Not the kind of taffeta W e used to wear N body wants to rustle now we do not want to look starched or to shine we must look as iyllt and clIng ng as is possible As th deaiand for silk is greater the weave will be Improved We find rich heav liberty satins and dull silks in th shops like those that were horn it our grandmothers days Silk costt more now than it did but it wears bet ter It Is now a material for the street BB well as for church and other occa signs for simple dressing f t i I I The Buyers Guide I J The firms whose names are repre sented in our advertising columns Iare worthy of of every person in the community who has theyII 1b dealing good goods honest prices 1 t n f t tH a 1 LetterHeads 1 Statements 1 Ff 1jZf H d r ea S b 2 Envelopes r f c ITI Cards I IfI I prices HIeadsv n i l Letter Headsr I l l I Your Printing IIItshould a fit of your which means grade ar tistic kind Thats kind we AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT TYPE GOOD PRESSES AND I ARTISTS IIThese represent facilities doin kindof 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Granville W liyop or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky ks i FIlE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO f TRANSFER MONEY e IS BY t 0 LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE I FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER j CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATtOy j Jjfi 1 I It I l I 2 I jTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY OCTOBER 711908 EXecutors SaIe l As Executor ofthe estate of jj E Shelby deceased will sale at his late residenceP offer1for ree and onehalf miles fromSprJngfleld Ky on the omfleId pikeon H v TUESDAi M rftv T v- f October13 rJ At I03p 0 clock a m all of his personalproperty A- Jh I this sale will be the well known lack Stonewall fiiis Jack has proved himself by his colts in 1906 and 1907 to be one of the best breeders in the county In 1906 fourteen of his colts sold for an average of 96 50 per head and in 1907 ten of his llogstilsI J J i Jnnett in foal to Stonewall- I work mule t i lorse mule Colt i SVs Two Mares One Filly Two work horses r Two Jersey MilktCows r black Heifer j lFprri r Oll good Thirty head good stock Hpgs 0uroc Boar Masterpiece regis tered L rlhiroc Boar Col Ed registered Sow and spigSi Hazy registered Sow and 5 pigs Queenje registered Iv TermsN sIM CAMPBELL I Auctioneer GRUNOY Executor Accidently Killed Kentucky Standard Mr Lurlie Alh fSMji the eighteenyearold son of Mrs Ehzaj Allison was accidently shot and almost instantly killed Wednesday morning about half past six oclock He was employed as a Clerk in theI cocery department of the Y P Wells Co and went to the store early inthei morning gleeful and full of life and happiness laughing and joking with widowed mother and two younger Mr Chas Mattingly was a cThhif in the dry goods department of same firm and likewisE came to the store early in the morning The young men were fast friends and were chat ting mirthfully with one another The subject turned upon the subject of va rious kinds of firearms and your Hti tingly suggested that he show his friend Allison and another companion present a pistol thkt was kept in aI drawer at the store and going to theI drawer he broke the pistol and as he took out all the shells but in some way failed to remove one cart ndge and in showing the revolver r to the young men he was revolving the cylinder and snapping the hammer jWhen the cartridge was reached it ex ploded striking young Allison Just be Jow the left shoulder ranging uptvardl and severing a connection of the The discharge7 surprised and frightened Mattingly but Allison did not know he waN hurt and laughingly asked Mat tingly why he was frightened They ir6re sitting and when Allison arose about a minute afterwards he clasped his hand to his breast and said he was hurt and sank to the floor dying in about three minutes The unfortunate companion Mattingly is overwhelmed with grief on account of the accident The remains were removed to the un drfcaking establishment and later to tlie residence of his mother Lurlie Anderson was an exemplary young man and was universally popular with the young men of his age and by its politeness and gentlemanly bearing tItad won the esteem of everyone who iciie whim He was the main support 4 for his mother and two younger sisters Misses Wyla Mae and Lucille Allison and they were a very devoted family The funeral will be held at the Meth odist church Friday morning at nine oclock Rev1A V Sizemor con ducting the services in the absence of the pastor Rev Wagoner who is at tending conference at Owensboro and the burial will occur in the Bardstown i r Sow and 8 pigs Lucky Girl istered regI Sow Orion Duchess registered Sow Miss Alice registered Eight shoats good ones Two SOWS and Eighteen pigs brood sow common stock Onehalf interest in eighteen acres dtc rtto be4put inc ibon place Two stacks of Hay One good Disc Harrow McCormick hay Rake vBrown Cultivator Mower good as new One Scraper I Vulcan plow i All sum under cash Over a credit Of six with note 6 per cemetery The deepest f the community is extended to the family hi their S d bereavement ji How to Clean Gloves In the country good thick gloves with stitched backs long wristed ar the most comfortable to wear White suede and glories are best restored to their p estine freshness with mixture of powdered alum and ful lers cari applied with a y brush and well rubbed In till the dirt Is re moved Silk gloves pan be cleaned with magnesia placed between two layers of paper and In a few days when the powder Is removed they will look il1jbrowncolors hiem through the materials used In making thepuperIHow to Make Excellent Paste To make a fine paste take two ounces of jiuly rizcdgum arable flit and ouo hajf ouiKes pf line sturcb und biiebalf ovtWvo rrTjiiiated sugar BSolve the gum arabic in as luueb skater asI you would use for the starch indicated Mix the sturcJi aud sugar with the mucilage Thou cook the mixture InI a double boiler until the starch l cIcomes clear It should he as thick as tnrI can be kept by the U1Phorf1iorAliuo d milk is made by bluucblu sixty almonds 3iiid putting them Into aj mortar with two lumps of sugar Tilt latter causes the oisto blend By ryI slow degrees a pint of rosewater 3tIthen addod the nuts being broken the same time by pounding until they nre reduced to powder and all the rose water Is In TUIs may stand bottled overnight and Is then strained It 11- one qf tbe best tlons and bleaches there Is How to Relieve Ivy Poison Orange juice Is a simple ngIIvy poisoning Bathe the of tbe body The itching and willcense and In n few days the skIns peels without any further spreading l f HOLLOW Mrs J M Shields and son spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter Mrs Perry Ruby ot neat Chaplin Mr Leslie Keeling and wife spenjt Saturday and Sunday with his brothe Mr M C Keeling andfamily pf this The ice cream supper given by MI and Mrs George Keeling night was well attended Mrs 2rastus Perkins spent trorii ItDne subsoil plow J single shovel plow Pl91OneTwohorse wagon i i I Onehorse wagon Hay Frame Cider Mill good as new5 tOne saddle Ones1id Pair counter scales One seed sower Three cutting boxes Set wagon harness i COrn cutter Shovels spades corn planters and many other t farm lng implementsI ofSlOand this amount months negotiable bearing cent interest from date H M sympathy kindred Indefinitely HAPPY Ernestj place Saturday diggers Thursday until Saturday wih her fath er Mr John Armstrong She was ac companied home by her sister Miss Myrtle Armstrong We were sorry to hear of the death ofJMr Richard Hungate curred Friday He was whichoC1 lisburg Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Hej leaves a wife to mourn his death I Irs Solomon Kays and two children spqnt Saturday afternoon with Della Keeling at this placo MrsI Mr hraatus Perkins and wife and Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong dined with the family of Mr J WI Walls of Brooksville Mrs Martha Snider anti daughter Effie arE spending scveraidays with Mr and Mrs Elijah Kteling ofnear Pulliam Mr jWill Thomas spent Sunday wi hi his brother Mr J S Thomas of place I I I I I I I lilIe tiI I I I I I HI I I I Original Grandma tell we a story abput when you were a girl out west said a boy of eight Well sit down and be quiet and dont ask any questions till I get through for 1 dont want to be inter rupted When I waa a young lady my father tool us all out to a mine he owned in Colorado In those days the railroads were not yet built and we were obi IgiU to go by stage Fathers mine was up in the mountains It was a rough country at that time 1 bad no associates arid found it hard to get away with the time One day heard that there was go Ing to be masquerade dance ut the tavern I couldnt understand how they could get costumes in that country so remote from civilization I was just crazy to go to the dance but of course father wouldnt hear of suclf a thing But life for me was dull and I kept thinking what a curious affair i masquerade ball would sbe among such a people and I resolved to steal away and go without father or anybody knowing abput it I had gone to a fan cy dress ball in the east as Marguerite and knew hol to get up the costume or rather improvise it and when the night for the dance cane around I stole out after all In the house were asleep and joined the dancers in the dining room of the tavern There were not many different costumes the disguises consisting mostly of Mexican Indian and madeup dress es that represented nothing in particular Since all faces were masked there was no difference in this from any other ball except that the people were noisier WJben is the stage robbery to come in grandma T interrupted the listener Didnt you promise to ask no ques tions Well to go on with my story a man in the costume of a Mexican sombrero jacket slashed trousers and all that with plenty of gold lace came up to me and asked me to dance I preferred to look about As there were twice as many men as women I saw at once that this was impracticable Besides there was something about the Mexican could not tell what that was familiar to me and I was sure I had heard his voice before I fancied he might be a young mining engineer whom I had previously met At any rate I danced with him and found him a very good partner easy on his feet and Ilgbjt as a feather After our dance we madda few com monplace remarks to each other when he said i 4It is hot In here Come outside I took his arm and went with him on to the veranda where after walking back and forth for a time we topic seats in a corner when we removed QUI masks which were uncomfortable I could sec something of his face in the dim light and he could see as much of mine S To make a long story short he made love to me and I confess he did it very nicely He told me he was a rich mine owner and had to start at 5 oclock the next morning for Mexico where his mines lay I told him of my being at the ball without permission What did he do but beg me togo with him from the ball marry him and ac company him to Mexico But grnninmthe robbery 1 hear nothing of that Hush child Its coming My lover drew a ring from his finger and gave it to me took it to where the light poured through a window and it sparkled beautifully It was a dia inond in an antique setting I went back to the giver thanked him and when hecontinued to urge me to go Wit l liinj l IIUUK m lunu as 4 tioi tempted Tie redoubled hiS pleading endeavoring to crtteh the fancy of a young girl by the romance of such an elopement Finally I tgld him that I would go home gather up what valua bleB l possessed and meet him in an hour at my fathers front gate To this lie consented and I left him running home as fast as my legs would carry me Obi grand ma I dont believe the stagecoach robbery is In the story at all Yes It Is In an hour I looked out toward the gate amt saw the dim Qg ure of iiiy Tovtr waiting for me I put a whistle to my lips and blew a shrill blast Do bounded away but was met by figures on every side that I could see dimly and I heard cries of Throw up your hauds My lover was captured and I bad arranged his capture He was a road agent Whats that A stage robber Now are we coming to the rob bery Yest How did you know he was a robber 7 When we were coming from the east the conch was stopped by a mitak ed man who took all the valuables we bad with us As soon as I saw the ring my lover had given me I recog nized it as my own It had been hand ed down through the oldest daughter till It reached me I had been relieved of It by the masked robber Geek whiz grandma Werent you afraid when you found your lover was a robber 1 Indeed I was but not too fright ened to lay a trap for him Grandma added the boy reflective lyuitiseoms to me that you were a long while getting to the stage rob bery and there wasnt much of it when you got to it Nobody was Mlled ANNTE STOKES SYKES I Real Estate Bargains 1I No 370 acres 6 miles from Spring tObaccobarnchurch 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 No 5167 acres 7 miles from Spring gooddwelIinschooL On good pike Price 15 per acreNo 10108 acres 7 miles from Springfield 15 acres of timber plenty of fine tobacco land new tobacco barn large dwelling well watered tine roodpikefromSpringfieldroom dwelling in good repair 15 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass arid well 30tierI No 18194 acres 10 miles from pringfield good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from a depot 1 mile from school and church good ktttomland32 per acre i fJomSpringfietdtenant houses two tobacco harps two stables 75 acres of fine timber fine orchard 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 No 23139k acres 9 mites from Springfieldsmall dwelling two good tobacco barns will hold 15 acres of to bacco 1 mile from Maud sOlne timber all the farm fine tobacco land well fenced Price 35 per acre No 25248 acres 8 room dwelling good cellar good well in yard finer cistern at barn fine stock barn all the iarril in grass well watered Less 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 No 41220 acres 7 miles from Springfield 8 miles from Lebanon new 9 room dwelling cellar and cistern at house never failing spring in yard milk house at sprin good orchard plenty ot small fruit 10 acre tobacco barn stock barn all out buildings grassPriceNo 45140 acres 1 mile from school house in Sprfngfield Ky small dwell ing good stock barn well fenced well watered plenty of locusts and plenty of grass Price 30 per acre No 4698k acres 7 miles from Springfield on a good pike all the farm tobacco land new tobacco barn good dwellingS well fenced Price 375Q per acre No 47Town property of all kinds and prices If you want a town home call and see me I have anything you want at any price 1 No 55200 acres 4miles 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 bacqo land Price 75 peracre NL9816S acres 4 miles from Lo retto 1 nile from pike 8 miles from Springfield Ky 7 room dwelling in good repair good barn and all neces sary outbuildings of tobacco land plenty of water plenty of grass all under good fence Price 25 per acreNo 9946 acres7 miles from Spring field on good pike gQod small house good water fine orchard some tobacco iunu vjiube to cnurch and buuooi Price 150000 DL KEJ SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Notice Mr L M Rue has sold his interests personsIOct 20 as Rue wants the settled at once Where Are Your Interests q Are they in this community Are among the people Withwhom you associate fJ Are they with the neighbors and friends with whonryou do business If so you want to know what is happening In this community You want to know the goings and comings of the peddle withwhom you associate the little news items of your neighbors and friends now dont you That Is what this paper gives you in every issue It is printed for that purpose It represents your interests and the Interests of this town Is your name on our sub scription books If not you owe putthere I Will fee To Your Interest I No 63i180 acres 5 roomdwelling i 12 acre tobacco barn plenty pf timber fine water plenty of grass and plenty goodfencePrice fromSpringfieldfence 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco gOodJtrinaryand water Price 4250 per acre froriSprmgfield ccobarnall out buildings 20 acres of fine hot torn land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 68180 acres 8 room brickdwell ing in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land plenty of timber End fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house file rndfineNo 701441 acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine hot uplandforacre No 73180 acres 4 room dwelling in good repair small stock barn well watered plenty of grass good fen e plenty of land on ood 6 lromLebanon V No 74125 acres 4 miles tram Springfield on t good 1 mile from school and close to church d room dwelling fine stock barn plentyof water plenty ot locust posts fine orchard good fence Price 25 per acre No75277k acres si mile from Springfield on pike 15 acre tobacco barn good stock barn small house plenty of grass and water Price 15000 No 81160 acres 5 miles from Leb anon 5 miles from Springfield on good pike 9 room dwelling in good repair good tenant bouse3 stock barns of grass all necessary out build undergoodfence N6 83167k acres 7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from good road 3 room dwelling in good repair 4 acre tobacco barn 75 acres good grass 25 acres of good tobacco land good tence and plenty of water Price 2000 No 8690 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good road 6 room dwell ing in good repair 6 acre tobacco barn new stock barn buggy house 2 good wells gopd spring plenty of posts Price 35 per acre No 90270 acres 9 room brick dwelling in good repair all of farm well fenced 2 good tobacco barns 80 acres of first bottomrest second bottom one of the best tobacco farms in the coun readyfarchurch Price 50 per acre No 92 130 acres 6mlles from OrPschoolneighborhood 8 room dwelling 1t1 acre tobacco barn 2 good stock tarns fine young orchard tenant house all of farm under good fence Price 70 per acre No 94Hous and lot in Fenwick cheap No 96186 acres 7 miles from Springfield oh good pike roonf dwell 8 acre tobacco bawi good stock barn all the farm under good fence good tobacco land well watered plenty of grass Price35 per acre i No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable and meat house milk house fine orchard of 100 trees Close to school church and depot Price 30 per acre r No 62150 acres 8 room dwelling 4- l4cre tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well water u plenty of fiuit J TiiUc from church 1 mile from school Price 45 per acre THE REAL ESTATE MAN B A SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMNS J t J R Connor Fredencktown has for tsale 130 good stock ewes with good bucks J R Walker Rt 1 has for safe a lot of good clean timothy hay Prof G W Colyfib Springfield has Jerseyboarto Theo Campbell C L Brady Rt 3 has forsale a lot anUloose J L Allen has for sale a gbodhar ness and saddle maretT W Bailey Rt 3 has for Male a hay press cheap if taken at Onc4 C L Grundy Rt 1 has for sIe one thoroughbred Chester White Gilt Richard Kiley Springfield want to rent some corn land Qall over phone or write Case Brady Rt 3 have for aj omliyearslambs 1 Stiles Thompson Springfield have 1 for sale a lot of stock ewe iW P Montgomery Ri 1 has for sale 150 bushels of good seedrye G T Kimberlin Texa bas for sale 25 good feeding hogs J JF Smith Rt 2 has for sateitoout 40 bushels of choice seed wheat i C H Montgomery Rt 1 hau for sale one hundred bushels of seed rye ft