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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t ra- Fe tr 7rretn r 2- k l T LI j x 1 r t t t 1 Cl c b rinfith un01tr 4- J tl JJ Lt i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ft S i t t 7 f iI IiJ VOLUME IY SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28ti i I Vote for Bryan andKern Vote for Ben Johnson for Congress l w Aw Aw WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN IIviii Election as President of The United States is Predicted for Next Tuesday Nov 3 1908I SPEAKING DATES The f rtvng Seakers Will Ad dress The Voters at The Fol y lowing Times and Places i on T Scott Mayes at Litsey Thurs d y night October 29 at 7 p in Hons R L Durham and Joseph Polin at Smiths School House Thurs day night October 29at 7 p m Judge 1 H Thurman and Hons T McTrItire Saturday night Oct 31 at 7 p m Hons R L Durham and Joseph t t jpplin at Fenwick Wednesday night October 28 at 7p m Judge Li1 Thurman and Hons Tr tScott Mayes atuJ Joseph Pqlin at Mooresville Friday night October 30 miJ I H Thurman and Hon T Scott Mayesat Texas Wednesday night October 28 at 7 prn- HonWv B Fleming at Springfield Saturday afternoon October 31 at 2 pm Notice to Tobacco Growers The Washington County Boardof Control announces that a distribution of 20 per cent on the amount advanced on the 1906 crop of pooled tobacco is Know being dout of the proceeds of tobacco sold All persons holding contracts are requested to present them to either of the banks in Springfield or to Mr C W Staljings clerk of the Board of Control and receive checks for the amount due The Washington County Board of Co- ntrot W A CLEMENTS President Teachers Meeting It Subdistric No 6 will hold their As= sociation at the Cecilville school house November the 14th from 10 am to Pm An interesting program has teen arranged The teachers of the couhty patrons and all who are interested in education are cordially invited HATTIE BLANFORD Vice President Subscribe for The Sun 100 year The Sun and CourierJournal 150 v v v rIi rV XaTr Ii Jxx 7 VG CADDIES GALL Long on Promises But Sfcort on PayParson v age Rent and Pastors Salary r T i iJy v Long Overdue i Marion Falcon In view of the fact that Dr David W Caddie Republican Nominee for Congress in the Fourth District has industriously objected to Jongressman Ben Johnson contributing to churches and charitable institutions ipon the grounds that he did so for politicaljreasons we herewith print the fol owing statement signed by Mr R L Parr h Financial Secretary of the Leb non Baptist Church wrhichvis self explanatory R L Parrott says that he is the Financial Secretary of the Lebanon Bap ist Churchand the books of said church ar Thshis charge and custody The iubscrfption list of the members of said church to the pastors salary In book form shows that for the year 1894D W Gaddie and wife subscribed 1000 to said salary and paid 400 thereon leaving 600 still due The records show hat the year 1894 was the last year said Gaddie appears in said subscription book Said Caddie at that time rented a portion of the Baptist Parsonage in Lebanon He left there about the time stated leaving somerent due which 1 understand t9bev 12 50 t t About en or fifteen days ago said D W Gaddie called on me and among ik ether thingsrsaid he owed the Baptist Church of Lebanon 1800 and wanted to jive a forNX1800 No inte est was demanded by me or paid by him rSigned RlL PARROTT Oct 9th 1908 We ask the readers of the Falcon to compare Dr paddies record with that of Mr Johnsons in reference to contributing to churches then draw your own rconclusions DEMOCRATICTRUTHS TJd YJJudge Jas P Gregory And Non D H Smith at Court House Monday Last Monday County Court day Judge Jaa P Gregory of Louisville and ex Congressman David H Smith of Hodgenyille addressed a large crowd of Democrats at the Court House The court room was packed with enthusi astic voters who gave the speakers their undivided attention Hon T Scott Mayes presided over the meeting and introduced both speak ersi Helllcl Dr Caddie the Re- Publican candidate for Congress and his mode of campaign Judge Gregorys preliminary remarks were eulogistic of Congressman Johnson whose reelection to Congress he urged He also ridiculed the arguments orpr Gaddie Judge Gregory dealt chiefly with the guarantee of bank de posits showing that with such a law and the banks being under the government supervision the depositors would be in sured against loss by mismanagement and rascality Judge Gregory torched upon the election of United States Sen ators by a direct vote of the people and said that the people could see the bene fit of Such a law allowing a direct vote by the miscarriage of the peoples will in Kentucky last winter when Bradley was elected Senator Mr Smith is always a favorite in Springfield and he was given the cosest attention as he showed the inI iquities of the protective tariff and the danger to our freedom of trust encroachment Mr Smiths attacks on corruption in politics on briber ywheth er the bribe be a million dollars or a pint of whisky and on those who buy and sell votes at election time was scathing and was applauded by all pres ent regardless of party affiliations Both speakers eulogized Bryan and predicted that after March 4 1909 be would be president TRANGE HAPPENINGs Spring of Water Bursts forth In the Dryest Part of Mercer t County Harrodsburg Herald A most singular phenomena was witnessed last Thursday on the farm of Mr Andy Lawson on thi Failis Run pike in the west end of the county Owing to the continuous drought the ponds and wells on Mr Lawsons farm had gone dry and he was driving his stock to wate and was getting drinking water just anywhere that commodity might be found when to his amaiementsnd- great joy on the day mentioned a spring broke out on his place near the pike running an abundance of th- clearest e and finest of water and form jng a branch through his farm Th evenrofa streambeing near this plac was ever observed Mr Lawson is overjoyed and has gone about the neighbor springlandland is inviting everybody to come and help themselves The Sun and Courier Journal 150 The Springfield Sun 3100 Del Yeas The Suns and CourierJournal 150 w MON BEN JOHNSON J Democratic Nominee For Congress trom This The rt Igrcssional DistrictE rllCIRCUIT COURT CONVENES Juese Thurman Charges Grand Mj AMry Ms ofJurorslJthi McKenna Convicted i I Circuit Court convened Monda Judge ItH Thurman presiding The first transacted was the em paneling and charging the grand jury Judge 7hurman delivered his usual strong clear and forceful charge He impressed upon the grand jury that it was their duty to indict whenever the evidence justified whether the petit jury should convict or not He stated that if the grand juries indicted more often for the lesser offenses that there would not be so many of the greater crimes to occupy their atten tion That if there were more indictments and convections for carrying con cealed deadly weapons that there would be fewer cases of murder The judge strongly condemned night riding stating that whenever evidence was brought before the grand jury that depredations of this character hud been nimitv4 it wnr hs a tt rvJIi The court also instructed the jury as to the liquor laws and as to other offenses enumerated in the Statutes JURYrGeo T Mayes Foreman T J Mont gomery Clerk W M Adams Sheriff Willard Thompson Ceo H Royalty S E Shewmaker Wm Lair Joe Higdon John D Shields P S Baker Preston Prather N B Royalty PETIT JURY FeM Carney Jas DnKeeling B B LeachmanS G ogs don Jerome CoJvin J RlchSmith W H Leirchman Do S Bottom George Lair J P Edelen Merntt Hung te redgCheatham J S Hayes F R Neale J L Moore George Bowen J G Howell C L Price AC Yates Jim McKenna a young negro who w indicted several months ago on the charge of breakm into the barber 11f shop tif Tom Hardesty and taking O laundry therefrom was tried yestegtfaj and given one year in the penitehtiiiry 34 Votes For Bryan r t L THe following is taken fronttie 1 Hwin llntaFtiuirer rec tdattv ri rs i lboastssupport the next President fee being f one of the grandsonsinlaw ot life t Stockdale Uncle Sandfdrd Stockdale is eni titled to the palm He is for Bryan aodx has 5 sons S Bonsinlaw 9 randaoti f and 11 graridsonsrinlaW 34 mal1rWhott are for Bryan He says these are ziotr 4 all of his progeny but somehow a 1efblack sheep Republicans got tAr xeda into the flock It seems to us however 4 t that 3i votes entitles him to aapeciaiil letter of thanks and congratulation 1f from Bryan j fkA 4A CARD t If t r t To the Voters of Washington ti Courtst N In canvassing the county I find vtiiat t some of the gentlemen opposing me fw the TDemocratic nominrtior f ShsriL of Washington county ire Jndu frlpUIIJlr Lireultiuhi tl rZputt tl C O Jt 1Jt5 J record as a voter J was very raucb surprised at such a queatloa being r raised as I havenever missed i thanes to vote for a Democratic nbmineemv my life They say that t did not vot ry the Democratic ticket last falL when the met is 1 didnt have a ote at Df Unfortunate circumstances forced toeAp t ttomov3 to Springfield Sept 25 toopv claim a vote and 1 consulted r Mr VV C McChord as an attorney v and prominent candidate as toinjv right e claim a vote in Precinct No 1 C where t came from and he said I copid not but asked me tot go there and 3a what I could for the nominees on election day I did so willingly and do not think it is fair in my opbonenls to tellr t he people that I did not vote forvtlic ticket last fall unless thev tell them j why I did not That was the only tima 1 I have failed to vote since I iitimj v fi rrVery S J ANpERSONUlS rI 1 I VOTE I VOTtIisa r Polls Open at 6 a m9 and Close af4p m- Vote VOTE EARLY VOTE FOR BRYAN and KERN foSEN JOHNSON for Congress L 4 Jt 1 = == Fpip J j I T- tfi i 4 J 1t 1 r w rL i 4 r IIi t t ot LSave Your Morley i A 5 000 policy at age 40 in any old line Company will cost you v J t at least 27GO in twenty yers l i The same policy int I THE BUSINESS MENS LIFE t Will cost you only 1256r f i 44 You see We can save you 1504 on this policy and the same amount in proportion on smaller ones i I tJ EV NASDALE Agenty Springfield Ky Ic HPRIBLE ACCIDENT I h f Charley and Millard Hale Almost Blown to Death by Rail t AJ tr road Torpedo J Danville Advocate Charley arid Mil lard Hale 6 and 9 years of age respec tively were horribly wounded by the explosion of a railroad torpedo at the home of their parents at Brumfield The accident occurred about 7 oclock t yesterday morning Their father Mr Lycurgus Hale is chief mechanic at the Arnold Buggy Works on Second street and was in Danville when Shorrible accident took place He wasI immediately called up over the phone iS arid hastened to Brumfield The little felloes lade n playing along the rail road and discovered a torpedo on the track which had been set by the train men as a signal They had often seen the giant engines pass over the torpe does making them pop like big firecrackers and thoughtthat they would try to do the same thing The torpe does are covered with a heavy piece of tm and lo harmless to the uninitiated The boys carried the torpedo hOmel and placed it on a large rock front yard and armed themselves with bricks which they threw t it The first brick struck the center and the torpedo t exploded with powerful report Mrs Hale who was in the house unaware qf what the children were doingwas shocked almost to protration by the terrible noise but regaining herselt rushed to the front door to witness the fearful lsight or tier boys iving bleed ii rl yoinio upon theground MilI ferd 6 years old received 21 wounds mainly on the head and face Great pieces of flesh were torn from his face by the flying fragments of tin Charley only received one wound A large frag ment of tin from the torpedo with a r knifelike edge struck his right side went through his clothing and gouged a pla e a half inch wide a quarter of an inch deep and nearly a half foot in length A physician was hastily sum moned from Perry ville and the wounds of the children were dressed and it is thought that they will recover unless c complications arise Mr Hale returned Cto Danville this morning but willgo 1 again to Brumfield today 1 Sales Agents Wanted l 3600 per week or 400 per cent profit Altf samples stationery und art cata logue free We want one permanent agent in this locality for the largest picture and frame house in America Experience unnecessary We instruct J ypu how to sell our goods and furnish be capital If you want a permanent honorable and profitable position write- Sr us today for particulars catalogue and samples FRANK W WILLIAMS COMPANY 1214 W Taylor St Chica go HI tuWpuld Mortgage the Farm R4 farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire GaW Ailoyd by name fjays 2BiIcklens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores 1 ever saw one on my hand tjandtone dmny leg It is worth more ftthafi its weight in gold kI would not be without it if 1 had to mortgage the larm to get jt Only 25 atijny o i A tRoberteohs drug stole J ft Alleged Shiners Arrested Lebanon Enterpris William Downs Jim Boy Greenwell find Will Clark all of whom live neat Balltown in Nelson county were arrested Monday night by Deputy United States Marshal W Harry Amos and Special Agent JrParrott and brought to this city Wednesday morning In the afternoon the men were arraigned before United States Commissioner Charles C Bold rick and each waived examination They were placed under bonds of 300 for their appearance before the Federal grand jury in Louisville next March Downs was charged with moonshining while Greenwell and Clark are accused of haying sold whisky at a picnic lear Gethsemane last July Gregory Jenk bins charged with moonshining was taken into custody Wednesday morning at New Haven by Officers Amos and Parrptt and brought to Lebanon for an examining trial before Commissioner Boldrick Jenkins too waived exami nation and was held to answer at the March term ot the Federal grand jury under a 300 bond All of the men gave bait and were temporarily dismissed Gussie Cissell who lives near Ball town was summoned to appear at the recent session of Federal court in Lou particularAn attachment was issued forhim and Officers Amos and Parrott placed him under arresta few days ago When he appeared before Commissioner Boldrick the court permitted him to return home after exacting of him a bpnd in the sum of 50 for his appearance at the Mardi term of court in Louisville Rock Fight Harrodsburg Herald A battle royal took place at thetorks of the road on Cane Run street Monday afternoon be twfen a man and his wife whose names are not known Itseems that the woman demanded that her husband get out of a wagon which he was in with some other men and that he de dined to comply with the order when she opened up on him with some stones with such precision of aim that he has tily climbed out of the wagon When he got down he had a hatchet in his hand which he flourished several times but did not Use it in selfdefen but discretion evidently got the better part of valor and he resorted to the same tactics as employed by his pugnacIous other half An animated rockslinging contest ensued in which the female came out more than victor GGyPvOCOOGGOOOGOGOOOOGOOOOj ordersGETinvitations We have the latest styles lowest Drices land do best work Samples at this offi- c3ocooooooococoocxtocoooaooc BRYAN KERN and JOHNSON I Ii JL HDONT FORGET H TO VOTE NEXT TUESDA ir HNOVI3 H BRYAN KERN and JOHNSdN tS1 SiSi1 St iInl1JnUIIpmlliUlmanlmlIII IIIIitj11II1111iiliJIIIIijf mlilIl11mpUnnUIIIfII11II11IIU lI I L and N Railroad Tiirtie TableIII IL i DailyI 5 I Arrives at Springfield 825 p mll230 p m 705 pni Arrives at Baidstown730 1100 a m 606 Ii Arrives at Bardstown Junctn 645u I 925u 522U Ii Leaves Louisville 600t 820 t 430Iy a I- DailyOutgoingI j r iI Leaves Springfield 550 a m 715 a m 100 p m E = Leaves Bardstovn 637u f 800U 220u iLeayes Bardstbwn JunctnI 720 K 845 410 p m jat Louisville 8 10t9a5 545P nk if L Ia ai 9JIltIIUIililJI I1iRIIEI lilm IIi llI lmilmJJi Li i i NEW SHORT STORIES Novelist In Low Esteem Among rs whom Miss studied mantoddcharactwith ornla was a blunt her at he hQtel tab a He resented It that 4he did not dc as much us he thought he should f r the public entertain aent FinaHy one day be boldly ad dressed her- Ahem Iear you can be funny There was no response and he mut tered to hirase If 1 dont mUch believe she can do anything Dint look like it And then tome uWell now If you can be funny why dont you 1 I could not help laughing Yes If you can you ought to go into the parlor every night and show what you can dp and amuse usr Why 1 told Qullletts +you know pot Qull letts Awfully funny fellei good I TJNDEBSTANI YOU A DEALER IN TOBlccoi company you see1Says 1 Quilletts I like you youll stay here Ill give you a cqttage rent free all summer but you must agree to be funny every night and keep the ball arollinV Now we want you to get up and do somethin to amuse the guests We wart to be amused soinethin that will set us laughlnV Mr Brushwood said IHI under stand you are a dealer in tobacco 1 Yes mum and you wont find finer tobacker anywhere in this world than whats feot my name on it Well when I notice you freely dis tributing tooaccd In the parlor even Ings Ill follow on behind you and try to amuse ns a condensed circus Im not lacking in philanthropy r only need to be roused by your noble example arid sustained by your influ ence He looked disgusted grunted his dis approval backed his chair out from the trjle and muttered as he left the dining room Shes a queer duck Dont amount to much anyway Impudent tool Washington Star A Ffiars Brevity Dallas Welford the English come- dIan had bevju appoInted to a toast at a banquet at the alayers club but the speakers who preceded him proved long winded and therefore a commit teemuu came to Mr Welford and asked him in a whisper to cut his address very very shortSI have been asked to cut my speech short Mr Welford said when he rose All I wish is that I could cut it as short as a friar once did with his ser mon This friar on the feast of St Ste phen had been appointed to preach on the saInt but at the last minute a pricst asked him to make the sermon brief as the hour was alroady late The friar accordingly ascended the pulpit and delivered the following ad dress Brethren twelve months ago I IttIAS I Have not ho uf nuv ctor deeds perforuigd by the saint In the Interim I have nothing to add to yhar I said n The former occasion Tliercupou the frjar blessed them and departed Buffalo Enquirer Way of Southern Sheriff Down in Alabama said John D Fearhake theres a deputy marshal who doesnt let any such trifles as extradition laws stop him Term of court was about to beg 1at one time and a gentleman who was out on ball was reported to be enjoying himself over in Georgia Deputy Jim went after him Next day he telegraphed the judge I have persuaded him to come s A few days later he rode into town onti mule leading the prisoner tied snugly with a clothesline The prison er looked as If he had seen hard service Why for heavens sake Jim said the judge you didnt make him walk all the way from Georgia did vou1 No sir said Jim Ihope not said the Judge i No said Jlmpart of the way I drug him and when we came to the Tallapoosa river he swum New york Telegraph A Grim Reminder The late Bishop Fowler said n Buffalo Methodist had the happiest knack of Illustrating with one lumi nous sentence traits of character faults villainies Once I remember talking of gam bling houses and the little mercy shown to ruined players Bishop Fowler with a grim smile said The men who took Jonahs money were the same renpember who threw him overboard Things like that still happen Buffale Courier t li111I MIIIIHI Read ThisiC If you want a home and come to see me Farm of 135 acres in one mile of Springfield dwelling 2 tobacco barney plenty of grass plenty of tobacco nd well fenced and well watered Will sell on easy terms or cash Price 6OWpO Good 7 room dwelling on one of the best streets in Sptingfield good stable water in yard good Well 6 acres of ground good garden good shade house new Price 300000 House 10 rooms 2 acres 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 LAKER- eal Estate Agent Springfield Ky CDo you remember as a boy bow delighted you were with your first STEVENS Truly an eventat that time Give YOUR BOY a STEVENS now Will add to his happiness aT7iducation MAKE A MAN OF YOUR BOY I If you cannot obtain STEVENS BITLES SHOTGUNS PISTOLS from your Dealer we chip direct express prtpsid Tot 5 cti1- nit3siisb p 37 stage nwill roW oar cc plet UfJIP 1re arm Ct1or I J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO- PI O Box 409 Chicopee Falls Mass CLUBBING RATES WIT- hLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier ournalany three days in Ithe week 3 7 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun an the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 25 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one veari 4 GO H A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels Doctor Points Out Dangers of Phi in Cathartics Salts purgatives and violemt cathar csare dangerous when giv n babies children or delicate women says a well known doctor Neither should they given medicines containing narcotics for 5tonmch or bowel troubles It would be well for mothers to heed tins warning and keep on hand a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for baby and herself and for any member of the family that has need of a laxative c a stomach remedy It Is safe and pleasant to take and has cured old people of chronic constipation and dyspepsia of many years standing and yet is harm less for a baby as many a happy mother can testify It brings natural daily movements sweetens the stomach aids di gestion and stimulates the torpid liver to proper action The children like It Lafo Weathers the popular hotel man in In dianapolis says The children like it we all use it and would not be without it in the house Mrs Mattie Crouch Tlptonvllle Tenn cured her 5 months old baby of indigestion with It Mrs Almon Willis Jamaica Vt says it saved her babys life Mrs AB Cunningham Fresno Calif says she cant keep house without it It cured her little son of rheumatism and stomach trouble Mrs Flora Hebrew Bow Creek Kan says Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin cured my little girl of constipaton I cannot recommend your splendid remedy too highly for children Mrs Mary B Young Burlington la writes I cheerfully recommend it to mothers as the best laxative for children Mrs Alice Miller Canal Dover Ohio has used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with splendid results as a laxative for childrenAll sell it at 50c and 100 per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co 301 Caldwell Bide Montlcello I1 will send a free sample to any one who has never used it and will give it a fair trial For sue by The Red Cross Drug Store J DrW F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYS Dental work treasonable prices All jOfficei B D LAKEfsInsurance Agent r SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual alwayS rehatIsSand the best dividendpaying company Jn the s Jiworld Your f DR M W HyATT W f DR JNO AL SPAlJtWN i t J OFFICE OVER A rTHE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS I 1030 to 12mDR HYATT 4 to 5 p m Dr SPAULDING to 4 p m And in officeaU Niht DrJeC Mudd ffij SPRINGFIELD KENTUC1CYS i OFFICE OVER J HAYDON DRU STOR f Office Hours 8to9 A M ije 2 p MiSk u K H LAMPTON MDi iJSPRINGFIELD KY tOffice in Opera House Office phon No 5 Residence No38 tJPUSS ELLA ADAMS 75f NURSE V TELEPHONES i i + Day 49 Night IOS J T SGOH MAYES f ATTYATLAW V Springfield Ky WasbIngtoendand Federal Courts crof I C C McCHORD jJATTYATLAW 1 Springfield Ky 7iWill practice in all State andFederal Courts f W i CLAYBROOKE iL frATTYATLAW PSpringfield Ky Will practice In tne courts of WashtiJPoD Jf11pailsWIE SELECMM- v Y fATTYATLAW Springfield Ky 5 will practice In tile courts of and counties and In court of Appeala5t i MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYERSSpringfield tKyOffice in Robertson B rWill practice m the Courts of Wash ingtonand adjoining counties andiathe Court of S S AMpRErL t J ijAUCTIONEER Sliringfield Ky ectyWillableTPhone 84 1i- YMAYESI t And Licensed Embalmer vS SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYlm Ji k Best Attention iY Every courtsey shown t 5SS PO1 t Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial lObes Telephone Day W Night 74 J J rUE SUN ANDtBOth pA pen yrJ c Bryans Commoner175 160INashville American150Weekly Cincinnati wr ls75 Weekly Atlanta Constitution175SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat viiiJ L75 f Thrice aWeek New York World 175 Home and Farmi L25 American Agriculturisl175American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 0 160 Breeders Gazette225Cou-ntry Gentleman h200Farm and FiresidetlSFarm Field and Fireside v 175 Review of Reviews mi325 4iScnLedger Mpnthly A 17f 43kISunny South t 160 0 iSSS5 00 I I r J 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN t WEDNESDAY OC1 OBER 28 1908 + t 3 r t tft ft + ifr ini i iit ii ii ifl ijii 0 + L9 QK LOOK 4 1 We are Going to sell our 4- 4f 4 ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODSfitl J I ISt At COST 1 t t 4i tAS E HAVE DECIDED TO CHANGE IN BUSINESS o hissWe want everyone to come and take advantage of great sale Because we realize as well as every one- relse that the c very seldom ever has a chance to fit ittS tire stock consists of all pew and uptodate goods t t We handle Schaeffer Bros Clothing of New YorkJnothing better t4 + v made in the world We also handle the e the Swann Hat and also the King Quality est tA complete line of Ladies Coat Suits and the finest of tSkirts also the Heatherbloom m Underskirts A full line of Lad + stzles and Childrens Cloaks and also a lice line of Millinerv t 4Goods and Dress Goods ot all kinds and scrfptions delay and dont let people talk yo i out of this because it is a great opportunity and you Will regret it if you dont me4t 4YOURS RESPECTFULLY lelson County tH KROME Bloomfield Ky t t t 65500 FARM j S 1 As a Bridal Present From father to Son 500 Acres in Two Tracts Harrodsburg Democrat One of the largest real estate deals consummated in this section m some time was made yesterday when Dr S 0 Eades of this city sold his magnificent farm on the Danville pike just beyond Cove Spring to Mr A k Hundley of Dan yule The consideration was 50000 The farm contains 887 acres which mal es the price per acre about Mr Hundley also bought ye sterdayI the farm ofMr S 0 Milton adjoins the Dr Eades farm per acre This farm contains 113 acres The total price paid by Mr Hundley for the two places was 65500 and makes a tract of 500 acres Dr Eades bought the place from Mr Hundley three years ago for 48000 It is one of the best farms in the Blue Grass section andis in a high state of cultivation Dr Eades had just about completed sowing 100 acres of it in Wheat The Milton tract is also a very fine farm and in an excellent condition Both cpntain modern homes and splendid outbuilding t It is understood that Mr Hundley bought the two farms for his son Mr Guy Hundley and will present them to him tomorrow as a bridal present His son will be married in Danville tomor Tow to Miss Elizi Jones of that place Miss Jones is said to be quite wealthy WE PRINT SALE BILLS AND tiNY THEM RIO TI 4i Couldpt Vote for Henry Harrodsburg Democrat A good joke is being told on himself by Mr Henry Gibbs who is making the race for County Court Clerk of Mercer Mr Gibbs is naturally a most obliging and accommodatink young man by reason of which he has wpn for himself many warm friends throughout the county His longsuit lIS hobnobbing with the country boys and he never loses an opportunity to make good with them when they come to town However he says that he was taught a lesson a few day ago that he will not forget during the campaign A country man drove into town for a wagonload of uijCC Mr Gibbs seeing an opportunity to ingratiate himself in the heart of the countrymen proceeded to help the man load the brick passing them to the man on the wagon from the ground When he had finished loading the wagon Mr Gibbs handel the man one of his cards and told him he would appreciate it if hT woule vote for him The country man looked scrutimzingly at the card ancl then at the young candidate and said My friend I am sorry but I hye in Washington county Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Hotel Vaughn Miss says For seyeral months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friencji recommended Dr Kings New Discoyery I began taking it and three bottles affect d a complete cure The fame of this life saying cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at Haydon Robertsons drug store 50c an fl001Trial bottle free The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sun and CourierJournal 150 BoYou Want a SMALL FARM t Z f++ Than You Can Build a House No ior60 acres 3 milsfrorn Springfield on good r pike good 5 room dwelling good stock barn good orchard all under good fence One fourth mile from school and one mile from iI church Price 1800 h No 3 miles from Springfield onehalf mile irom pike 6 room dwelling small stock barn plenty of locusts good fence all in a grass plenty of water Price 1200 w BDLAKE Croom LOOK 4T THESE Cheaper 10249acres The Real Estate Man SPRINGFIELD KY x MAKE YOUR APPEAL J to the public through the paperWithits message into the homes and lives of the people Your competitor has his store hews in this issue Why dont you have yOurs Dont blame the people for flocking to his store They know what he has cOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIF FLOURASK lOUR ROCER FOR Pride of Washington or Springfields Choice MANUFACTURED BY J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WHEA- 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ecurIngpatentaPatentaWecgaLnofLc Ithoutcbarge1lathe Sdentln Jjmerl aR- A liandlOlBety weekly Largeet dr culation of any elenttlo Journal Terml J3 a ear oIba1 iiewedea1er NroCO31Br11 Newlorkii- rancb omce Cia If Bt Wh1Dtoo D C t i A Diplomatic Encounter Original I will not dwell on how I d woman got into the foreign secret service Fa ther died insolvent Mother and I were reduced from affluence to positive Jtoant II applied to a friend in the for- eIgn of1ce for a clerkship It happened that at the time the Americans wec aiming at a treaty with Japan that would be prejudicial to our interests An emissary of the state department at Washington was on his way via the Mediterranean with the treaty The vessel he traveled in was to stop at MarseillesI I was hocked at the proposition that was made n4 who had never done a mean thing In my Ufe to wheedle a knowledge of the drift of the treaty out of the t American But the reward was great enough to keep mother and me in comparative comfort In social life I had been considered what the Americans call a flirt but I was never dishonorable 1 would never attack a man unless he was in dined that way himself Now I was expected to win one simply for pay The temptation was too great for me I yielded boarded the ship at MIl rsellles Roger Sutherland whom I was te snare was a modest look lug quiet man I soon made his ac quaintance and he seemed to take to meat once He said that if It were not for my accent he would not be here me to be English that I had all the sprIghtliness of an American girl The game T was playing was natural to me I didnt have to try to win him If I had possibly 1 might have failedBut as to stealing the Information I didnt know where to begin We had passed through the canal befoe I ventured to make a move In that direc tion I began by asking his occupa tion1 He prevaricated I tensed him He told me that he had government position and that was all that I could get out of him for a long while Then suddenly he told me everything wondered why he who had so long been reticent should have changed so quickly He answered my every question and truthfully The treaty was In his trunk In his stateroom Did he not fear it would be stolen No There was a lock on the trunk that had been made for it The key was of a peculiar kind The next time we were on deck together feigning to be moved by a natural feminine curiosity I teased him to let me see the key He took it out of his pocket and handed it to me Feigning an inten tion to frighten him I ran to the side of the ship and held it in my fist over the water He didnt even follow me So I took it back and gave It to him I had provided myself with a bit of wax squeezed an impression of the key Pretending that I had lost the key of IItJ lawn trunk I called for one of the ships mechanics to make me an other from the wax impression My victim invariably spent an hour or mOre after dinner In the smoking room I took a great risk I entered his stateroom and with the key made from the Impression opened the trunk found Ihe treaty took it to my state room copied Itit was in cipherand got it back to the trunk in plenty of time to avoid getting caught With success came the pricking of conscience I told my victim of my circumstances the loss of my father my effort to obtain employment and ended by falsely telling him that was going out to India to be a gov erness From that moment his manner changed toward me I had consid ered before that my success was due to having won his heart Now I was sur otit Then he asked me to be his wife Now for the first time I realized that If I bad won him t had been won in winning him Whatever was g 6d in my nature rebelled at my trickery I longed to confess it and throw myself upon his mercy But I dared not From loving me he would despise me I told him that I could never be his wife that there was a barrier between us that I was unworthy of him He soothingly reassured me said my con science was abnormally sensitive that he was sure one so lovely could not do anything very wrong The night before we reached Bombay we were on deck together under the starry heavens Sweetheart he salqwe part to morrow It rests wIth you whether our partmg shalj be forever or I shall call on you on my return You are not cut out for a diplomat but you will make a good wife for one A diplomat ls diplomat He took my handHI suspected you the moment you began to play your game and I played mine to trap you I gave you my key on purpose and knew how you used it by traces of wax adhering to it Certain pages of the manuscript you stole were loosely tacked together and I found them de tached I was disappointed to learn all this but when afterward you told me how you had been tempted Tpitied you You are a lady and out of your element I would be sorry for you losing your pay if I wished you to earn pay in that way And my copy of the cipher dispatch I faltered I will give it to you at once Dont hurry Jt Is no cipher but n jumble Intended to deceive you And do you mean that you can love one who has made this abject at tempt If we only loved those who were perfect there would be no marriage You have simply been parted for a brijbf time by clrcumstances rom your natural sell t Grn rD LIR AMs to r 9 f The 48 C and XV Zof i ADVERTISING IASERIES OE TEV TALKS ON ADVERTISING by Seymour Eattfn of Philadelphia No3 tJ4p i The owner of a retail hat store writes me toaskff K how to advertisev hats i ri I dont know I havent thought much about hats r fen to one I should do something revolutionary J perhaps advertise to buy the customers old hat As a rule he is glad to t rid of it Of course that wouldJcut the profit in twobilt then the sales would multiply by ten or perhaps by fifty and the store would getA talked about j j Perhaps I wouldnt do that at all I make the suggestion simply to let this hat dealer know that if I owned his store I should get up and shake myself make some sort of a noise not stand around behind the counter leaning on everything waiting for a customer who is six blocks away on the other side ofi the street going north to change his mind come back j cross over and by mere chance in his hurry notice fe that I have hats in my window v ft JI VITellwho buy two Hundred thousand hats at year that you l have the goods the kind they are lookingfor If that J doesnt wake them up then give away a hatband and a necktie and a pair of gloves cram the hats fun of ham sandwiches dp something Your busiiiessis toy sell hats not store them 1 I have no patience with the retail dealer who depends on the sidewalk and the weaherfor his trade i But it isnt necessary to be sensational simply v t make readable news of your advertising It is tile business of the newspapers to distribute netys and rif I want a moderate priced stylish hat your adver tising is ten times more interesting to me than the Associated Press dispatch that some galoot in OHa homa or Texas hanged himself l j I Good advertising is news Print this on the t j ceiling over your bed so that you will read it first thing r every morning when you wake up j r T r f y if Keep your eye on fashion i f t Fashion is today the biggest influence in the iworld not necessarily the best influence j but the4 biggest We dont control fashion fashion controls us It always comes down the pike with a whirl When the storm breaks haul in your advertising canvas and stop buying Fashion hurricanes are shortHvecl to Copyright IMS by Tribune Company Chicago + Enlarging Your Business If you are in business and you want to make more money you will read every word we have to say Areyou- spending your money for ad vertising in haphazard fashion j as if intended for charity Or do you adver tise for direct results Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can be made a source of profit to you and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents If you have not you are throwing money away Advertising is a modern business necessity but must be conducted on business principles If you arc mot satisfied with your advtrtisiag you should set aside a certain tasabuntjpj jwonty tobtjipemj 4 I annually and then carefully note the effect it has in in jj creasing your volume of busi ness whether a 10 20 or 30 j per cent increase Ifyou watch this gain kom year to f r you will become intensely irterested in your IdvettisinCL and how you can make it en large your business tjs If you try this method we believe you will not want tow let a single issue of this pap r go to press without sbniethiif il tt Ikt from storeyour v bWe will be pleased to have you call on us andwe will take pleasure in explaining fOur annual contract for so t many inches akidhowitcanb r used in whatever araqunt that I4 t seems necessary to you If you can sell goods Ttr v the couBtcr we can ali sWw 1 lyou ifhy hspapil1bit 1 u cenreyowrlotefests whe yem r Jit wait to T iCch the poplt if f this mmiuiity l f1 F T4cs8 It t oa cT wT r qu t 1 i4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 90s 0 I PRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR l In Advance f J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher I Iftiterediat the postoffice at Springfield fsjjjjKjf for transmission throug the 1fas secondclass matter PRESIDENTWILLIAM BRYANI l Of Nebraska FOR VICEPRESIDENT JOHN W KERN Of Indiana FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON OF NELSON COUNTY I J CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE FtWe are authorized to announce 1 H Thurman as a candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Judge of this the Eleventh Judicial District composed of the counties of Marion Washington Taylor and Green subject to the action of Democratic party Primary Sat uriaa December 19 1908 i COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY tWe are authorized to announce R L Durham of Green county as a c for reelection to the office of ntjldateI wealths Attorney ot the dicial District composed of the counties jof Marion Taylor Green and Washmg counties subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary Satur pay December 19 1908 FOR SHERIFF VIe are authorized to announce A b Kimball as a candidate for the nomiua untylparty Deputies Richard Boblitt Sam JJ Campbell Will Merritt Sanders and V Hubert Virgin f FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce1 S J Anderson for Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Deputies Byron A1Crpake GeO Powell Sam Hale and H H Eddleman j FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce T Scott Mayes as a candidate for reelec idn to the office of County Attorney oft Washington county subject to theac tion ofthe Democratic Party Primary Election Nov 28 1908 COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce B L ILitsey as a candidate for nominatiolto of County ton county subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary Nov 28 1008 Election Nov 1909 COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce W ivF Booker as a candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic T iprimary Nov 28 1908 FOR CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to announce Rob ert Noe as a candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Clerk of Wash f ingtbn county subject to the action of the Democratic Party Primary Nov 281908 L FOR JAILER pWe are authorized to announce Geo D Catlett for reelection to the office of 1 Jailer of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party Pri mary Nov 28 1908 Election Nov 1909 FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Rich ard Riley as candidate for the nomina tion of Jailer of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic Primary Nov 28 1908 Election 1jNov 1909 SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce J W Bush as a candidate for reelection to jt Vthetofiie of School Superintendent f fWashington county subject to the ac tiori of the Democratic Party Primary t Nov 2819Q8 Election Nov 1909 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W T Mitchell as a candidate for Assessor of Washington county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic Party Primary Nov 28 1908 Election Nov 1909 DeputyT P O Bryan Your support earnestly solicited l tFORASSESSOR We are authorized to announceG N Willett as a candidate for A MfQrof f Washington county subJectffotheac tiBofthe Democr atic party Primary V 1903 Election Novrl909 1ep ty j R Ward Your support so FOR MAGISTRATE I We are authorized to announce J A V Medley ks a candidate for Magistrate f in Magisterial district No5 Precincts Nos 1 and 9 subject to the action of the Democratic Party Primary No- v2B1908 Election Nov 1909 j DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES V Whatythe Exchanges Have to Say About Judge I H Thurman- F and Hon R L Durham Marion Falcon The Democratic Committee of the llth Judicial district hay ing ordered a primary for December 19 tbselect nominees for the offices of circuit judge and commonwealths attorney the present excellent and effi dent incumbent Judge I HThurman announces inithis issue his candidacy for reelection to the office of circuit judge The Falcon feels that anything complimentary it could say of budge Thurman would be merely speaking the sentiments of his legion of admirers all over the district but the custom of ac companying announcements witn a no t ce is time honored and we adhere to it with pleasure The people of this district know that a more learned fair minded or scrupulous judge never pre sided over the courts of this district or any district in the state for that matter He has played no favorites and avery man has had an equal chance for justice in his court He hiscon duct d his court in a businessiike way and his judicious management has per haps savedthe people more money than they have realized His administration has been highly complimented by news papers in the district aha deservedly so for county newspapers do not com mend public officials un1ess they de serve it JUdge Thurman is asking the voters for an endorsement arid The Falcon bespeaks for his candidacy con sideration upon the part of its readers Taylor County Sentinel In this issue appears the announcement of Judge I ft Thurman of Washington county as l11tjJudDistrict subject to the action ot the Democratic party The primary will take place m the District on Saturday December 19 1908 This intelligence is nothing new to the people ot the District who wanting him to make the race an Wirepeople will see to it that he nominated by his party and ly elected at the general election No vember 1909 He has made a fine record during this his first term and we have not so far heard of a single voter op nosing him infthis county Everybody looks alike to Judge Thurman on the bench The poor man is onan equal footing with the wealthiest and these features in any JUdg are sufficient for all the people to rally to his support We have no heard of anyone opposing him for the nomination and deem it useless for them to do so 4 Lebanon Enterprise We are an oftJudgeta term and has made a fine Judge He withoutIalong with his great ability high integrity promptness and dispatch qualifies hirh eminently for the office The phrase the right man in the right histdistrict will show their high apprecia tion ot his services as a Judge by elect ing him to succeed himself by an overwhelming tote Tayor County Sentinel Elsewhere in this issue will be found the an nouncement of Durhar as a Democratic canJidate for Commonwealths from this the Elev enth Jiidicial district composed of the counties of lvaShin ton Marion Green and Taylor Mr urham needs no in counin a mann r term just riOs d toSi successful close jHeisjafolifledged Democrat and one S ready to aid his political friends with botn his time and money He will probably not have opposition in his Ipart for the nomination and should opposition materalize later on in the campaign his opponent will know that eyenIIda December 19 r90S Mr Durham nIIter man in s se lectell than Mr Durham j fCjTne ap announce J ir i L p tp1 ungMI4Clothes oI pet ideas of how your ALLyour should look find expression in the rew styles were showing Most Yuiig Mens clothes are lacking in eIther smartness per fect fit or right tailoring These are correct in all threerespects Some of you worn one these long soldierlike buttontotheneckcoats Youve admired them on others Youll want others to admire them onyou Were showing several styles in rich browns olive and other medium and dark shades The EderheimerStein name is guarantee of quality RobertsonCljaybrooke Co l Sprmgfield 1Kentucky J 4- tJ rrj tpooooOOOcooboowuu ooo o JOOOJOOOdQ FLUTUMN = = STYLES1o 1 II makes of Mens SUIts are va1tes to Full of Boy s now ready for your You it see our large stock ment of Mr R L for Corn t monwealths Attorney of the Eleventh Judicial District Mrr Durham holds this office now and has made an efficient officer He is ntitled to an dn dorsement and doubtiess the of the district will theiF earnest consideration Reunion The reunion of the veterans of the MJexican War of the uvoarmies of the Civil War of the Spanish War and Daughters of the Confederacy and the Ladies of the G A R which was held in a grove the place of SquireNlmf rod Hendren was a pronounced success in every way The clouds which threatened rain early in the day cleared away leaving a sky and a balmy atmosphere A crowd of at least ohe thousand people vas in attendance enjoy the day with the veterans and at sunset all left feeling better in having spent the day as they had A band was present throughout the day playing t1 National Airs and other suitable selections A bountiful dinner was served beneath the old forest and in the afternoon addresses were delivered by Messrs Geo W Colvin W F Grigsby and Marshall Duncan The veterans organized in the alter noon the object being to bring the old soldiers into closer relation and to pro vide for holding an annual reunion In this organization there are representatives fjrom the Mexican veterans the Union and Confederate Armies and the Spanish American War The reunion was an inspiration to those present that they saw that this is no longer a divided country but that the old soldiers now have a common aim which is the advancement of our country The gratitude ot the veterans and visitors is due Squire Hendren for planning and carrying into effect such a reunion For Rent On East Main street near school house one residence with Grooms all recently papered Water in kitchen Price 10 per month Call on J A Executor JMBurton Notice All persons are notified that my lands are posted and I positively forbid any one trespassing on them or passing around my barns I guard them every night and do not want to shoot nocent person P M HowanymI I7 0 WH you buy your Fall and 0 ivinter Suit or Overcoat see that the garment is made right Whats IS the good 9f buying clothes that have 2 r SBO poor trimmings and linIngsits like g buying a brick house with a wooden foundation And theres the 81 3B0the7r great importanceof vingyourcloth j 0ingyou might as well buy the cloth alone o S and let your ftfe or sister make your 2 f Jclothesand rwin make them better than agpodav man garments offered for sale A 019 t Weve got the Clothes 5 J You should wear 0atheyre made iQ the saflitary clothing shops of Strouse Bros Baltimore makers of the famous olj iIigfi Art BrandI 5 a ISee thateyery Suit or Overcoat iou oa wear has this labilin it THEY OKO iJ a RIGHT WHEN YOU BUY THEM AND STAY n JRIGHT AFTER YOU YEAR THEM T2 yret- ailored g designeland carefullyexam InedhT expertsahd thebeauty ofit e 0 nall thesecIotbs are moderate in prke when you take into consideration the e superior workmanship Prices 1500 to 25001 Q Every garmentIs guaranteed t e IQ lhaie other and Overcoats that extra at 5 15 stock Suits and Overcoats inspection r Wiir owe to yourself to before buying IThe ROI3I3RTSON = CLAYBROOKE COiS INCORPORATED OjOocooooccwoobccoococwc 9QCOOCOOCOOCOCCOOCOOOOCOOOooOOOoooJOOOOOO ijhirham voters oq bright to trees in all BOULVVARE Marion County Falcon Quite a number of business houses are now supplied with telephones and the tinkling of the little bell sounds like music atterso long a silence The boxes are being put in as tast as the force can install them and it will not be long now until thesystem is complete For the fourth time in three weeks the home of Mr Forrest L Putnam in Louisville was burglarized Wednesday morning A purse containing 30 was taken from under the pillow on which Mrs Putnam slept The empty purse and her fine gold watch were found in the hall ot the residence presumably having been dropped bythe burglar These robberies have always followed the departure of Mr Putnam from home he being atraveling salesman Mr D K Campbell of Greensburg an employe of the Lebanon Home Tele phone ompany had the misfortune to break the large bone in his right fore arm Wednesday at noon in front of the residence of Mr R G Goodin on Walnut street in this city He had been engaged in attaching a lead cable to the cable wire on that street and was descending a rope preparatory to going to dinner The pulley to which the rope was attached slipped throw ing the young man to the ground with the above result 4 ij BOOKER The farmers are all through sowinpf wheat and have begun gathering corn Corn is Celling at 65 cents per bushel Mr Ben Pile and daughter Miss LilA lie are visiting his daughter at Paris Illinois and sister Mrs Bettie J3andi atMatton Illinois 5r Mrs Lizzie Moore spent last week with Mrs Nannie Pile at Maud l f Mr John Coulter has bought a farjnC from Ef A Boblitt price unknpwn Mr Boblitt purchased a farm from Bill Cheatham price 6500 It is known as the Royalty farm and is bear Maud Mrs Joe ioatley an 1 son Robert spent last Saturday evening with Louis Kirsch near Bloomfield Mrs Nora Boblitt spent from Friday until Monday with her mother frsNannie Pile and family Mir and Mrs Ham iPile spent lastt- Suntlay with their parents in Nelson tspentery at Maud Miss Sue Reed is spending this week with Mrs Ben Pile The big meeting at New Hope closed last Friday night The Si and CourierJournal 150 The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sun and CourierJournal L50i i Newr1iiTceU 3 T have put in a new and fresh line of Grocer 0 I ies in connection with my soft drink parlor and c invite my friends to call and see me and give me a trial I mil always pay the highest mar ket prices for your country produce tome to see me Yours trulyJ M HJONES III J f 4 t r il fcL I 1r f L a TH SPRINGFIELD SUN W DNFSDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 J 1 JlOF Grand Display J R dyto Weat t J Brimmed and Childrens r flAfS- il tWt I Hd WWT I My line of Millinery this fall ex ells in SJpringfield and it willpalyou to see this display I AM PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF TRIMMING AT REASONABLE PRICESc l Miss Willie Knott t peneneneneaea8aenepeoeaea f Q Personal Notes I 1 6 Visitors In and Out of TOVllA Qnwe P o Qo t1nQpJieaatf ttti ti 1 iss Katherine Spalding f Leb vanpnV is the guest of Miss Bertha Hay donIMr Harry ONan of Louisville is yisiting hisj parents Mr and Mrs Hi ONan v Mr atidf sJeiiIaho ol Lete onslen1iTuesday here with Mrs ESi11r1 yiJi was in town y 1 2 Mr KoTt McClellan who has been t t iin Indianapolis for several months re turned home Tuesday- S T Miss Marie Maloney spent Satur Purtfett41r and Mrs A C McElroy have i returned from avlSIttothelr 2cas ir Kansas dity If t1 Mrs C D Robertson is entertain ing at flinch this afternoon Postmaster B T Conway and Hon V T C Jackson of Lebanon and Mr Otley Burke of Bradfordsville were in town yesterday to hear Hon Ben L Bruner speak V Hon John W Lewis and W AWat ers were in Harrodsburg Saturday Mr Jas Isham of Harrodsburg was in town Monday I Miss Mabel Price and Mr George Bachelor of Bloomfield spent Sunday- here with Miss Prices parents Mr ari Mrs Ctf Price MrsW E Leachman is visiting relatives in Louisyille r Mr Frank Tuhill of Pittsburg Penn yisited Miss Fannie Wall last- weekIThe Misses Montgomery who have been visiting friends and relatives in Washington and Marion counties for t the past Sibi weeks have returned to their hme in Meade county r Miss Lillian Hancock of Louisville twho has beenvisiting her sister Mrs Reed Spalding has returned home Hon DJ H Smith of Hodgenville has been spending severaldays in the county Mrs John Brown and Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon spent Friday with it friends here Mrs E S Mayes Jr Misses An nie Mayes and Annie McChord spent Thursday in Louisville A Mrs E S Mayes Jr left Tuesday for Chicago to visit her sister Miss r Louise McElroy Mr Mayes accom panied her as far as Louisville Miss Fannie Smith spent Sunday with her parents in Bloomfield MrJ R Smith of Bloomfield spent Monday and Tuesday here t Mrs I H Thurman ha returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs H D Rodman of Shelbyville- Mrs Owen Thomas of Lebanon spent Saturday with Mrs H P Mc Chord IMrs Hunter Bush of Bloomfield with Mr and Mrs J Wr Bush Miss Kate Mackin of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Margaret Hagan Misses Nell McGill and Lizzie Logs don spent Saturday and Sunday at home I v Mrs Cloyd of Mackville left Tuesday for Louisville to make her future home L1ljss Roxie Wakefield of Maud was itown Tuesday Mr B rnardHughesbf New Hope spent Sunday with friends here Mr Chas Haydoais visiting relatives jiere this week Messrs E N Hundley and T M Estes of Lebanon were in town Mon day Mrs Hugh Noe and children have returned to their home in Columbia after spending several weeks with relatives here Miss Angela Mudd of Chicago IiL is yisitmg friends at this placeI Cityisand Veola Brown Mr Hartford Turner and wife of near Mackville v recalled to Indian apolis Monday by the illness of Mrs Turners sister Miss Sallie Flemings f MaYjesTC Kimball Richard Boblitt W F rshalllDbhcanHendrens last Saturday t =sIcIci ioa 0 st tS wi MEDLEYuMcCAWLEY ti E k E EG i S ESE i t- Springfi9ldsocia1 Aleth Ire Medle andi Mr W Howlir McCawley which was solemnized tt St Dominics Catholic church last Saturday morning at 9 ovclqck The cern fINuptial High Muss The color scheme- was green and white and the churchI was beautifully decorated in orsthe altar having been converted inir a veritable bank of palms ic juiu cnrysanthemums the arch Under which the ceremony was performed was constructed ot green with a white wedding bell suspended from the centei under which the couple stood The bride was givenin marriage by her brother Mr Ben Medley wnle the grooms brother Mr Herbert fc- C wley acted as best man The ushers were Messrs Will Medley Simms and Will Wharton ot WathenI field and Heffernan Rubelfof While the beautiful ceremony was being performed Miss Isabel Medley sister of the bndo sang anAve Maria and Miss Mary Haydon sang an Ave Maria by Rossini The bride was beautifully dressed in a gown of white satin with picture hat to match and carried a bunch ot chrysanthemums The presents received by the bridal couple were numerous and very hand someSAfter tne ceremony Mr and Mrs Geo E Medley gave a breakfast at their home in honor ot the bridal andrelatives of Mr and Mrs McCawI ley Those present in addition to the bridal party and thedmmedi te mem bers of the family were Mr and Mrs C J Haydon Mrs Ben Spalding Mr Ben F Simms Mrs Sallie W Simms Mr Thos W Simms Sr Miss Flaget Simms Miss Stella Simms Miss Mar garet Spalding Mrs McCawley and Miss McCawley mother and sister of groomMr Mrs MoCawley took the train for Louisville Saturday where they were entertained by Mrs McCaw ley mother of the groom prior to tjieir bridal trip Among the out of town guests who attended tie wedding were Mrs Mc Cawley Miss McCawley and Mr Herbert McCawley of Louisville Mrs Thos Medley of Owensboro Mrs Abell and MiSs Louise Wathen of Leb anon Misses Angelaand Mary Agnes Mudd of ChicagQ Miss Adelaide Kelly of Crescent Hill and Mr Heffe nan Rubel of Lebanon II i J T rjGT Burton RJ DENT DENTIT leethUExtracted With out Pall CROW WORK A SPECIALTY A111ienta1 Vork Strictly Firsts C ass Springfield Ky fflce in Hagon Block lip stairs Local News Notes j LOST Compressed Air Tank and jump Return to Dr S J Smock JFOR SALE OR RENT My house on STALLINGSMFOR RENT5 room cottage near Springfield good barn good water and all necessary outbuildings Apply at once to MRS J L PARDIEU By mistake a one man crosscut saw Wias laid in a wagon standing on the street Monday Will the finder of same return to this office FAIR STOCK FOR SALEAS adminis trator of FM Campbells estate I de site to sell at private sale twenty fiye shares of Washington County Fair stock It is necessary to sell this stock in order to make settlement THEO C CAMPBELL Admr F 1l Those who wish to spend a pleasant evening and help a good cause at the same time should go to the Halloween Party to be given by the ladies of the- Presbyterian church Satundayhight thehome of Mrs J Y Mayes There will be tun and entertainment for every lone Refreshments will be served Ad mission 25 cents The proceeds are to be used for the purpose of buying hymnbooks v Invitations have been received here to the wedding of Miss Hazel Morton and Dr Scott of Bluefields W Va which will be solemnized at Catletts burg Ky on November 10 Miss Moron visited Mrs E E Busterrthen Miss Sadie Mayes several yeatragQ and made many friends Mrs Buster leaves Friday for Catletts burg to visit Miss Morton and to offi date at the wedding as matron of hon or Quite a number of entertainments have been planned In honor of thd bridetobe I ELECTION d IDEEP CREEK Ai sat thinking the other day of the last time it rained this summer the wind began to blow signifying a com t ing rain and in a few minutes it was here to the delight of every one I think this is tlje beginning of the long period of occasional rains which some times mak siour beautiful grounds in some places look like swamps in winter when the rain falls hard The veil of sudness and regret fell over our vicinity when we learned Thursday morning that during the night fire had disturbed the slumbers of Mr Willie Lay wife and little fiye yearold child It hadspread beyond control when some one of the family awoke to find danger was around them and Mr Lay has been in ill health for quite a long time there was no one on hand except his wile to fight to save some of her household furniture and their belongings As far as 1 have learned onjy a few things were saved Mr Lay was compelled to go to a near by house forshelter which he reached almost entirely exha ted carrying his only child The following day found him ill and as yet no reports of his im purheartsthose who have been turned out home less by the fire Desiring to have a day of pleasant travel we selected Danville as the place where we would spend our pleasant time So on Thursday morning Mrs Eva Elliott my sIsterinlaw and my self started early so we could have plenty of time to call on old friends Nvhile in town We arrived at our destination about nine oclock and our first call was on Mrs Thomas Young with toIa we decided to go over to our fathers busi i ness place and surprise him and Brother Johnnie which we surely did Father took us over the building which is nearing completon and while there we had the pleasure of calling on the Misses Sallee who occupy part of the builJ ing As it was 12 oclock we returned to Mrs Youngs for dinner Immedi ately after dinner we took a walk down i to the spot I still hold dear the Ken tucky School for the Deaf where t was so proud and happy to find all my old schoolmates enjoying school life What a happy and swe t group they Were when we came upon them There was one sad thing to blight my happiness while there and it was that the dear Next Tuesday POLLSOPENatGamAND 4 c rI11Ilnh irni IiiI1tTui in1w- J1rjo3GIJoJoIdoJcJoJoooooo lmlll1iDmI1IIUiiJIIIIIIiIiDlWiIIDJlIIl1lj111Ii f II1D1111WumemnRI 0 rKX3OvO IVJYVVILw Eg M Smflrt Young Fellows rlaWho p fon a lot of style wilHs vj I f Ibe especially well suited witha 11 t H the new models from SI x Ii HartSchaffnersMafx 1f11adecan take extra good care of i Ithese young men who wantV 11 the latest newest ideas in JIt J iand fashion a v 1i sc Fancy weaves blue black in styles vfbr all Mes IIMade by Hart Schaffn r MarxalLwcioi perfectl c n= t tailored V gsIV This store is the hOmeofaV Hart Scliaffiier Marx IIt t ICunningham Duncan Company Springfield Kentucky il0 oloIwJVnJ1J oIlJJtJ V II Wrr W = J3 t a 3ii 4iijtiRiiIiImlllIilIDUl1um gjjj Superintendent and his wIfe whom I desired so much to see were not there Hut I was pleased to learn that he was enjoying an absence for his health In the Cumberland mountains where he is improving nicely Was so sorry I did not have time to visit any of my old teachers but was delighted to see my old Supervisor Miss Stephens who had acted as a mother to me during my long school life and upon whom my gratitude will ever rest 1 left them withmany happy wishes and a prayer for a prosperous year wtWhavetheir relatives and friends have returned to their home in Illinois Mrs Bettie Bottom whose illness I reported in mylast issue I am sorry to say is still no better Mr and Mrs J W Pope of Potts ville visited their daughters Mrs Mol lie Coyle and Mrs Josie Holder ll n last week Your correspondent company with her mother sister Mrs W B Carpenter and two children visited their aunt Mrs Elizabeth Cocanougher Wednesday It happened to be the Long Run correspondents birthday so he was not forgotten Mr Henry Carpenter has sold his 45 acre farm known as the Wilson farm to Mr W B Carpenter who will have a new residence erected on it as soon as possibleMrs Lucinda Blacketer and Mrs An nie Whte jvisited the latters brother Tuesday Mr Adde White and Mr and Mrs Chas Webb who have been attending a family reunion in Indiana have re turned home Mr and Miss Williams of Fairview spent Saturday and Sunday with their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Green Nicholas George Wesley the oldest child of Mr and Mrs Will Cocanougher i suffering with pneumonia NOTICE TO HUNTER The following gentlemen announce that their lands are posted and they forbid hunting on their premises Par ties caught hunting upon the lands of any of the undersigned Will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law t WoodfordGrav HP Mudd Dee Riley Bite Clements Parties desiring their names placed in paying20c cr T 4I IW ii SPRINGFIELD V STALLARD KY PIiOi72b ITEETH EXTRACTEDJ WITHOUt r t PaitarDanger All WorkDono in tills office is first in overy restoct and UUARANT1EDI L IloeaeOeQQaeaaggeg d ri The SUN1- Qppea eaaQ 1 QhQti IS c Wea kjJ jtiri Heart Action I There are certain nerves T f that control the action of the heart Whentheyrf become weak the heart action is impaired Short breath pain around heart choking sensation palpitation fluttering feeble or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms follow Dr Miles is a medi neespci y adapted to the needs of these nerves and the mus cular structure of the heart itself It is a strengthening tonic that brings speedy relief Try letIffor years t suffered with whit 1 thought was stomach trouble whftiL the doctors told me I had heart trouble I had tried mapy remedies hen the Dr Miles almanac came Into my and I concluded to tTirDr lilies Heart Cure I have taken three bottles and now I am not tiufferlne at nil I am cured and this medicine did it I write thtaiim the hope it will uttract the at tention of others who suffer as ldWMRS D BARR 804 Main St Cov1ngton lL3r Your druggist sells Dr Mile Heart Cure and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It fallf to benefit yo- uMilesMedical Co iSSkrt Incl t It J y 1 r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 a i i44ITT4Ikr Dont Forget to Vote For tosrfir f ek 1L 1B 411 N D7 c i ii j j a t i j 1f Polls Open af a1 a e- rri r Al i J 4 andCloseat 4II g i a t I I 3- r ee VOTE FOR LtI ifs f r 1 Bgrr ThIIi r For CopgressE m s r ir a 4IGA1 k Ul+ ytyYil e 4 i ir I L t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 f ONLY 1 PER YEAR ONLY I t 1r r PER YEAR t I WOMAN AND FASHION New Waist Model This Is a blouse of batiste linen The upper part Is made wIth little groups of fine lengthwise tucks and ornamented with plaitings of the material The lower part Is encircled with a group of tucks which make a right OP BATISTE LINEN angled turn on each if the front disappearing under the girdle The sleeves are trimmed to correspond and both sleeves and blouse are ornamented with little pearl buttons Latest Lingerie Hints Sllk petticoats with embroidery ruf fles and satin petticoats with lineu ruffles are among the novelties nd this offers a suggestion to the woman who has d wornout satin petticoat which might be freshened with a tan colored linen ruffle An old satin petticoat may be brought back to life by the addition of a ruffle of dark brown and blue checked silk above which there is a puffing of plain brown silk btnaitlonsto appear slim and the newest of these are finished with a handsome trimming of wide insertion around the neck through which there are drawn some colored embroidery threads tp give the appearance of an embroder ed u dersllpIIf a woman can arrange a pompa Jour with a part In it she is lucky in deed This classic style of hairdressing has come back into first favot The hair is not smoothly brushed back from the parting We doubt if even in classic days the lines were so severe It took the trying days of the severityThe sides and If one feels that it Is barbarism to roughen the hair fr m beneath which does break UseD s and takes all the luster out of It then one may resort to either of these tvyo methods use small thin puffs on a string under the hair over the ears or si soft roll of malines in the same shade as the hair Then at the back twist t le hair into a soft figure 8 i Street Costume of Black sand White A smart coat and skirt costume of striped flannel is here shown the mod el being especially worthy of notice In the way the striped material is cut A THBEX PIECE SUIT The collar and buttons are of black moire slUr and the coat Is worn with a ojdcd vest of white flannel edged with i little oriental embroidery No More Folds In the matter of folds onber frocks the fashionable girl waves hsr hands daintily aghast at the mention Folds are seldom to be se nJn the neP shirts and then usually broken ID form Embroidery on the contrary- fairly flowers upon modish frocks an- Is n to be seen in designs wrought p the whole gown In panel effects orn mental pieces and borders for over skirt effects which are not really over skirt t FOR THE CHILDREN National Expansion Some patient mau has given an additional interest to the much talked of subject of national expansion by figur ing out the rate at which the United States has been growing each minute during the past 117 years He makes It thirtythree acres a minute and this is how he makes his calcula tion The original thirteen colonies comprised 558U793GQ acres The Louisiana purchase brought ui 74o 103360 acres the Florida cession 45 719080 acres the annexation of Texas 170247040 acres the Mexican cession 400563840 acres the purchase of Alaska 383646720 acres rind the ac quisition of Porto Rico Tutuila the Philippines Guam and Hawaii 98 49216O acres Now says this patient and ingenious figurer there were in the 117 years 61495200 minutes andIdividing the number of acres acquired by the number of minutes we have a fraction more than thirtythree acres a minute At the same time he saysIour population grew at the rate of qne Inhabitant and onethird a min ute Who says this is not a great countryChicago Newsy Throwing Light This is a guessing game played by any number of persons Two of the players privately agree on some object and then converse about it without naming it trying to mystify the rest of the company This Is called throw- Ing light on the subject chosen As soon as one of then others thinks he has guessed it he joins in the conversation and aids In throwing light If one of the original players thinks from what he says that the guess is not correct he says I challenge yotiand the guess must be whispered in his ear If it Is incorrect the guesser must sit with a handkerchief over his face till he is able to throw light correctly The game goes on thus till only one of the players Is left In the dark It is allowable to choose two words of the meaningsaudas to make throwing light all the more difficult The Barbary Horse A learned man of England has recently produced historical and scien tific evidence showing that north Af rica and not Arabia has the honor of originating the thoroughbred All the finest horses of the world have sprung from the Barbary and the Barbary horse came Tram the zebra of north east Africa or trQ n some closely allied species now extinct King Solomon more than 900 years before the Chris tian era imported fine horses from Egypt and Egypt got them from Li bya in Africa The Arabs conquered north Africa and in doing so got possession of the Barbary horse But though it thus appears that Arabia Is not the original home of the thorough bred It is his home now and too much cannot be said In praise pf the Arabs intelligent affectionate care for the noble animal Pointed Pun What Is a good thing to part with A comb What vine does beef grow on The bovine What is the best way to keep fish from smelling put off their noses Why has a chambermaid more lives than a cat Because each morning she turns to dust girliUksweet but unrefined s Why is a postman In danger of los ing his way Because be Is guided by tb e directions of strangers Youre Just the man Im laying for said the brick mason to the contractor Greedy Little Salmon Little creatures may be very greedy and yet not be able to eat much be yau of theirsc ao vss illustrated In New York In the case of a hatch of alfutu Juo ti Lkjjuliuou tuat were hatched out at the aquarium re cently These young fisjies each about two inches long would eat so much that their little stomachs fairly stuck out and yet to feed the whole 20000 tool dally only oue pound of liver and a quart of herring roe both chopped fine i Conundrums What ship has two mates but no cap taut Courtship How did the man die who fell Ina barrel of brandy In good spirits What Is llio difference between sinb bing a man iJd killing a hog One is assault with intent to kill the other killing with intent to salt Didnt Like That Part Jean was a little Canadian girl and her mother was teaching her the words of God Save the King When they came to the words Long to reigns over us Jean refused to say them remarking in pleading tonestfOh mamma I dont want to get all wet1 Bows and Braids When little girls most anywhere are found With hair cut very short and straight around And one big bow atop their tresses caught You may be suro theyve never even thought Of growing up or longer skirts although They may bo even eight or nine or so Its In the way their hair is done you know When little girls most anywhere we find With halt all parted down and tied be hind ldsvTheyre feeling quite grown up andcant endure littleaNot If theyre only live or six or sol Its fat the way their hair is done you know Youths Companion- UIllII The firms whose names art repre vented in our advertising columns are worthyof a confidence of every person in the community who has to spend The fact that theykadvertise stamps them as lcreditsupport Our advertising columns comprise a Buyers Guide fair dealing good goods honest twice I I Dont Use Scarecrow iI sell are out of is uptodate of be tell an = paperIYour Printing i yourbusinesstistic kind That s the kind we do AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF TYPE AND TYPOGRAPHICAL i These represent our facilities for doing r the kind of printing that will please you The prices arc and prompt delivery the invariable rule at this office Who will b- ePresideol This is a year and every politicsCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as One dollar a year is the price the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that and THE SLlN FOR 150If you will gIve or your to this paperNoT to the CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday Journal 200 a Year v We can you a combination cut rate on if you will this The LouisvilleTimes Is the livest published anywhere It prints the news up to the minute hour or more day The regular price of Tunes is S 5 a year but you The j Sun and Times BOTH YEAR FOR 500If you will your to this pa perNOT to The Times s if ill T Every J All me iiews thing tYhappens in the home towntbe births maf ti J riages deaths the social affairs comings and of the po pieyour neighbors the oteotJf theschools and churches AlltheHj rtmthinisthis negiveYou T a t ToDrivekwaytlieMail You can drive him outrquickly if you use the mailtorder houses own w advertising Mailorder L concerns are spending thousands of dollars every t week in order to trade Jfrom the home merchants i Do you think for a minute 4 they would keep it up ifjthey didnt get the busi Lgranteda radius of 25 miles knows What you have to r and what your prices Nine times ten your prices are lower but the customer influenced by the adver tising the mail order house Every article you advertise should described and You must your storyin inter I estingway and when you want to reach the buyers of tins corn a GOOD PRESSES ARTISTS right y presidential Editor of paper BOTH ONt fAR send order CourierJo real Daily Courisr give these write paper afternoon paper right editions every The earl get ONE send order lit the goings get within priced YonrStationeryI- s your silent representative If you sell fine goods that are up todate In style and of superior raflectadfIskind that you need and will not representiyou only kind it pays to send put Send JOur or den to this office 111 In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read uAn Independent Newspaper THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAH 1908 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY KentuckyGovernors From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Willsra AH of Kentuckys Governors The only complete collection now In ute cetEvery true Kentuckian should have a copy In his home or office JUST OFF THE PRESS the new Kentucky map Engraved especially tor the Evening Post at a cost of 3500 Xentuckyspictures of aUl the Presidents of the United States Rulers and Flags or all areBIRemapsHemispheresformation SUB8CnmERSbymanbestmarketA dally newspaper for the home ITheEvening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Atlas veiifoa fosi With This Paper THE POST and THE SUN BOTH ONE YEAR H 3ato Irp lt I i a THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time positionCLARKSand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session all the Year Individual instruction and Enroll students any qtYy LyosorfHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO 7t la TRANSFER MONEY 2 ti IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE r sotFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPHCOkaINCORPORATED tr J1l h t t f vTw 1fr Sp 1 I 8 J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN iVESNESDAY OCTOBER 28 ro8Li 67t 05 TJd ElectionNoticef t t t t of Colored Graded School I J t ifae ofl eht uck f SctIW astimi ifcneounty f J At rular term of this Court held on the 26th day of Sept190Stitap jlrmjQ that a petition signed by James Hamilton Aaron Jones Quit Davis Ben- S l Matt Lintcn Sam Gowdy Isaac Wharton Pius Simms S E Davison AnthonytndyIam and John Mason was filed with the County Judge at the last regular term othis Court asking that a colored Graded Common School District be organized Wuh its boundary as follows Beginning at the two mile stone on the Spring F fid and Bardstown pike between JlsW Tuckers house and Mrs Teresa Mudds noiise thence a straight line to Ed Donnelly s house oh the Springfield and Bloomfield pike thence a straight line to the Northwest corner of JWClem ents farm where it corners with Joe Spalding thence a straight line to Mrs toWa1terWillilit to Reed Spaldings house thence a straight line to the corner of MrsWil I liara Durretts and Mrs Richard Parrotts corner at the Springfield and Mack yule pike thence a straight line to Morrison ONans house thence a straight line to tiold schoolhouse ont e Jimtown dirt road thence a straight line to Roy Smiths house thence a straight line to Frank Montgomery and Henry Eqelens corner on the Springfield and Lebanon pike thence a straight line to Campbell and Bottoms and W Fi Bookers faro line at the Loretto pike thence a raight line to the Gartwright Creek bridge on the Springfield and St Rose pitjTe thence a straight line to the two mile stone on the Springfield apd Bards to ril pike the beginning And that the site for the scholhouse of said pro pOd District be on High Street between the Willisburg pike and the Mackville l nike which is certified tobe not exceeding two and onehalf miles fr many part of the boundary of the said proposed district and it appearing also that said pe titioners are tax payers and legal voters and residents of the proposed colored Graded Common School District and of Justice District of this county and it further appearing that the County Superintendent has endorsed on said petition his approval of same and that a majority of the Trustee of each Common School District that will be embraced within Said proposed Colored Graded Com mon School district in whole or part have endorsed their approval pn saidLpe tifion as provided by law and the Court being sufficiently advised orders that JJS Osbourn the Sheriff of this county be and is hereby directed to cau4e- pOlito a be opened and an election tobe heldat thecolorfschoolhouse on High street on the 14th day 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 legal colored 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 on each one hundred dollars of property value therein subject to StateTbr county taxation owned by colored persons and 100of poll tax on each colored male inhabitant ot said proposed colored Graded Common School district over twentyone years of age for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a col ored Graded Common School therein as provided in section 100 to 130 of the Common School Law The officers of said election will ause the legal voters of said proposed col ored Graded Common School District to vote for five persons to be Trustees of same in case said tax shall be approved t lhe officers of said election will make return in due form the result of same atJthe earliest day practicable r B L LITSEY Judge Washington County Court Tlil Septethber 26 190- 8AcopyATTEST i W F BOOKER ClerkL ot NOIIeE1L Notice is hereby given that in obedience to the above order of the County Court of Washington county 1 will hold an election at the time and place indi qcated from 7 oclock a m to 4 p m for the purpose set out in said order Those who I may vote are all colored males over 21 years old who have been residentsof 1heproposed colored Graded Common School District for 60 days arid in the county for six months and in the State one year preceding the day of said election J S OSBOURNE I Sheriff Washington County Kentucky I LONG RUN f laylaside home cares and neighborhood re sponsibilities and leave our friends and all b br dandhie away to some ob scure part of the country where we can do as we please and get up of mornings without having to give an ac I count to any one Soon the morning qf October 7th in company with neighbor J 4L Harmon we started for the mounts At Aliceton we boarded the L and N train yich for o ne fourteen miles skirts the Knobs which standout on our right in bold relief against the azure sky while on our left blue grass fields and pleasant homes are to he t seen In less than an hour we wcrem function City where it was nucessary Lot us to stopover until next morning ap resigning ourselves to our fate we proceeded to hunt up our friend Marquis And rsoilWe founahim pleasI antly ituated in the southern edge of ttat little city At first he did not rec jpjrnfze us but on hearing our name He t once knewus He w born Decem ber 26thVvl844 on halas known as the old Anderson homestead north of Mackyiire Ky His mother was a Miss Sallie Kimberlin whosefather settled t ihe muuth of Lone Runin 1795 but oyc7 frtend was reared just southwest p Pottsville near the Marion line He joined the Union army June 1862 and belieyes he is the only one living in Boyle county who voted for Abe Lin coln Twentyfour years ago he moved to Junction City where he worked at a gtaYe factory for twentyone years and was foreman for eighteen years of that time The following morning he took us out on hisifarm where from a high rugged poinV one can see Dan yule four miles away Moreland seven wirhImay be seen sshilda mileto the north east is seen the place where the old rock house stood the home of Ken tuckys first Governor which was once known as Travelers Rest but was set on fire and burned down some two years ago by one of his greatgrandsons to the regret of all while trying to burn out some wasp nests About eight years ago Jacob JWr Andersons only son became offended at his father and rn away nriVn hip nv to Tov Hepoinedtheyears in actual service and has recently been promoted He is now on the Crusier Cleveland stationed at Hong Kong China and has not been at home in these many yers Mr Anderson and family own abut 170 acres of land Teis they expect to sell arid invest in land in his native country where he expects to make his future home We were kindly treated at this home by both parents and daughters Miss Georgie A who is assistant school teacher and Miss Maggie who is as sistant postmistress Frjend Harmon spent the night with Mr John Catlin an old friend from Marion county But our waiting time was over so bidding our friends goodbye we were soon on the a S road We quickly passed Milledgeville the Knobs still on our right and nice pasture fields on the left Around the McKinney is the finest land we saw on our trip The country I FOR SALE 1 6 H nnd 1 Rooster Pun Br dBuff Orpliieon t js1 EmS MA YES Iil l f Kantuckyi J t Springfield EI j H t t soon gets broken and interesting On boil sides little valleys are scattered between tall Knobs We now cross both forks of Green River at Kings Mountain All at once we plunged into darkness and smoke almost filled the car for we were passing through a tunnel nine tenths of a mile long Waynes burg with its nice new bank stands on a flat ridge with piles and piles of railroad tj sand lumber scattered around which seemed to be the chief product of the country which must have been brought from a distance for the land is practically stripped of its timber We are now on a tableland which lays fairly well We see smallshocks of indifferent corn while other fields still standing are topped No grass fields now and only a scrubby growth of white oak with grove after grove of tall small pine EUbanks which is just over in Pulaski with FloydandPulaski stations come and go while the face of the icountry remains unchanged Along this stretch of rail boxcabin after cabin with a few nice dwellings may be een The country is more level now Then comes Science Hill Norwood and Somerset the latter the capital of Pu laski county where the country lays fairly well blue grass fields may be seen now We are still on a ridge be tween Fishing Creek and Pitman Creek At Elihu the country is more broken Pitman is crossed and Cedar Grove comes We crossed the Cumberland river just before reaching Burnside where esee picturesque cliffs On either side f thatstream We are now in Whitley bounty Traveling through Pulaski squaretnllests Washington county ard is the larg 4st county in the State At Tatesyille the Cumberland river is again sighted At Sloans Valley we ran through our fourth tunnel Oh the Knobs The Knobs which seem to be one vast expanse of green stretching away on either side for miles with a few grassy plots along the val ley which is yet untouched by the hoary frost while the golden tints which October only can bring gives a sombre coloring to this wdste of beau ty From the cite and scenery around Greenwood it should have been named Alpine Althoughitis raining now and a little gloomy but how it stirs the heart of Natures Lover to drink in these beau tiful views of pine and oak groves with Knobs around as they flit by the car windows for nowhere on our Journey was the scenery mor interesting while one short tunnel after another is gone through until nine are passed Cumberland Falls flit by and the station houses are scarce now while we emerge into more a open country I was in formed by a lumberman that this land with the exception of a few patches for miles around was owned by a man named Stearns We are now running along another fiat ridge which is covered with the same growth of timber We now and then see a small straw stack with small indifferent corn fields ram is in creasing while small group of men and boys may be seen standing around each station Whitley the last station on the Pu laski side and near the line is passed while the country remains the same We are soon in Whitley county and rain is falling faster Soon we hear the conductor call out Pine Knot which reminds us that our journey is almost at an end and soon we stop in a small town of somefive hundred inhabitants and while we are descending the car steps Friend Harmon is on toile piuuurrn groeMnf jvxT T Short formerly of Taylor county and his expastor with whom we are to stay for a few days In our next we expect to tell the reader something of the country its people and its products Notice to Contractors Sealed bids will be received by me covermgiFork on Mooresville pike Washington county The dimensions of the roof to be covered arc Length 225 feet length of rafters 12 feet on each side The shingles used must be Washington red cedar 5 to 2 inches and put on so as to have 4 inches to the weather Bids may be made for the work alone or for fur nishing the shingles and doing the work J K MAYES Road Superintendent Notice I will be at Springfield Nov 3 and 4 and at Willisburg Nov 6 and 7tomake my fruit treede livery Customers please remem ber the dateJ Caldwell Agent Knoxville NurseryCo A Healthy ramify Our whole tamily has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years ago7tsays L A Bar ttof Rural Route 1 Guil- ford Maine Theycleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that doesyou good 25c iat llaydon Robertsons cir J gstorel I Mrs Rodmans Luncheon The following was iakjsrf from Sun days Courier Journal r Mrs H D Rodman was the hostess at a beautiful buffet luncheon givep at her country home Creekmere in Shelby county on Thursday afternoon Several guests from Louisville were pre sent at the luncheon The decorations were in autumn leaves chrysanthemums and grapes In the drawmgroom and han great masses of the autumn leaves were employed in the ornamentation- In the diningroom the refreshment table was artistically decorated the center of the table having A round mir ror on which were clusters of purple green and pink grapes and around the mirror were giant chrysanthemums in flat effect The table had a handsome cover of Mexicandrawn work Mrs T Johnson Clancy of Louis yule and Miss Rebecca MoElory of Lebanon presided at the punch bowl Mrs SusieIRodman of Louisville received the guests in the diningroom Mrs Roflman was assisted in receiv lug by Me dames TJ Young of Lou isville J B Goodpaster of Owings ville Isaac Thurman of Springfield Mrs Hall and Mrs Bright of Shelby ville There were a hundred and seven teen guests present Mr and Mrs Rodman will close Creekmere the last of November and will be at The Seelbach for the winter Death of Mrs Begley Mrs Areta Begley was born December 26 1828 and was married in her sixteenth year to Thomas Begley She is the mothnr of eight children four of whom surviye her Mrs T W Rine hart of Louisville Ky Mr TJR Begley of Texas Ky Mr S Q Beg ley of Fenwi k Ky and MA W W Begley of Emdo Ky She also has sixteen grandchildren who mourn her deathTis to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart Tis hard so hard to speak the words Wemust forever part Dearest grandmother we haye laid thee In a peaceful grayes embrace But thy memory still we cherish Till we see thy heavenly face Sleep sweetly grandmother In your graye tYour soul has found aslace Among the angels gathered round Gods Holy Throne of Grace joy to know OurheartsstThfondly love And hat youve found a happier home Wttflfcthose who dwell above Uhrgrandmother dear departed one We look toward the skies We mourn for you witn mourning hearts eyesGod with Him And you obeyed His call youBut of all Rest in peace our dearest grandmother Your long years have passed away forgottenIn s One bv one the flowers are taken One by one the flowers fall And we carefully remember Pain and Sorrow come to all God has given God has taken Asleep Asleep in Jesus A Granddaughter A B itS Program Program ot Teachers Association ot Educational Division No 2 to be held at Maud October 31st 1908 930 a mOpemng AddressRev- I P Haynes AddressJ W Bush Talk on KindPrkarten Miss Jones Recitation Miss Ida Gray DuetMisses Wycoff Essay on EducationMiss Lbjrsdori- Noon Recesst130 proEssay The School Beau tifutMis Ida Haydon Address Primary Arithmetic Miss Hmes Address What can be gained or lost by entering into games with the chil drenDella Virgil Debate Resolved That U S Senators should ibe elected by popular vote Aft 1 mut1t C O Durham Lynn Bush Negative Henry Royalty W J Matherly RecitationMary BrOwn 4 p mClosing AadressMiss Clark son J W BUSH President Miss CLAYBROOKE Vice President ADALINE Cox Secretary TATHAM SPRINGS Many from here attended the reunion near Willisburg Satuday i RevH P Hatchcttfilled his rgular appointment at the church here Sunday Mr J S Weathers is in Lexington at present Mr Sam Wells was in Anderson county Saturday afternoon Miss Emma Hiatt spent Saturday and vSun lay with her parents near Mack villff JMr G W Shirley was in Springfield one day last week Mr M V Crouch and daughter Mrs Dora Trent of near Wi1l1 burg spent lastWednesday with Mrs G W Shirley Oscar Shirley and Miss Nora Cheat ham spent Sunday at the hotel here 4 Real Estate Bargains Springfieldbarn plenty of tobacco land Close to church and school Price 40 per acre No 4 255 acres in Nelson county 3 farminNo 5167 acres 7 miles from Spring gooddwellingschool On good pike Price 15 per acre No iO108 acres 7 miles from Springfield 15 acres of timber plenty of fine tobacco land new tobacco barn large dwelling well watered fine orchard Close to depot and on good pike Price 35 peracre No 16 196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one seven room dwelling in good repair 15 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass and well watered Good stock barn Price 30 per acre No 18194 acres 10 miles from Springfield good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from a depot J mile from school and church good stock barn 60 acres of fine bottom land 600 rods of stone fence Price 32 per acre No 20215 acres 9 miles from Springfield good Dwelling two good tenant houses twojtobacco barns two stables 75 acres of fine timber fine orchard plenty of grass Price 3250 per acre No 22121 acres 6 mile from Springfield good dwelling a good pike young orchard goodbarnand fine water Price 15 per acre No 23139acres 9 miles from Springfield small dwelling two good tobacco barns will hold 15 acres of to bacco 1 mile from Maud some timber all the farm fine tobacco land well fenced Price 35 per acre No 25248 acres 8 room dwelling good cellar good well m yard fine cistern at barn fine stock barn all the tarm 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 pik most of farm in six room dwelling good stock barnwell fenced plenty of stock water good well in yard Price 35 per acre Tol1Springfield9 room dwelling good cellar and cistern at house never faijing spring in yard milk house at spring good orchard plenty ot small fruit 10 acre tobacco barn stock barn all out buildings grassPriceNo 45140 acres 1 mile from school- hoUse in Springfield Ky small dwell ing good stock barn well fenced well watered plenty of locusts and plenty of grass Price 30 per acre No 46981 acres 7 miles from Springfield on a good pike all the farm tobacco land new tobacco barn good dwelling well fenced Price 3750 per acre No 47Town property of all kinds and prices It you want a town home call and see me I hayp anything you want at any price No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield on a good pike good 9 room dwelling one 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass farm situated in one best neighborhoods in the county all lime stone Jand and fine to bacco land Price 75 per acre No 98165 acres 4 miles from Lo retto 1 mile from pike 8 miles from Springfield Ky 7 room dwelling in good repair good barn and all neces sary outbuildings plenty of tobacco land plenty ofter plenty of grass all Under good lence Price 25 per acre jNo 9946 acres7 miles from Springfield on goOd pike good small house jrnod wr te t1p rchard spme tobacco land Close to church and school Price 19000 t ESTATE COLUMN J R Connor Fredencktown has for sale 130 good stock ewes with good bucks J R Walker Rt 1 has for sale a lot of good clean timothy hay Prof G W Colyin Springfield has for sale a good young Duroc Jersey boar Will weigh 225 pounds Apply to Theo Campbell CL Brady Rt 3 has for sale a lot of clover and timothy hay Baled and loose J L Allemhas for sale a good har ness and saddle mare T W Bailey Rt 3hwrfor sale a hay press cheap if taken at once C L Grundy Rt 1has for sale one thoroughbred Chester WhiteGilt Richard Springfield wants to rent some corn and wheat land Call over phone or write Gage Brady Rt 3 have for sale tim good Southdown bucks from 1 to 4 years old Also 10 buck lambs Stiles Thompson Springfield have for sale a lot of stock ewes W P Montgomery Rt 1 has for sale 150 bushels of good seed rye f G T Kimberlin Texas pas for sale 25 good feeding hogs J F Smith Rt 2 has for sale bout bushels of choice seed whet J C H Mointgomery Rt 1 has for s leon H hundred bushels of seed rye No 63180 acres 5 room dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber fine water plenty of grass and plenty 1CePriceNo 65170 acres 5 milesI frpm goodfencebarn with metal roof mew good grnc pltyOfgrasand frOmSprmgfielding in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good buggy shed and all out buildings 20 acres of fine hot torn land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Price 35 per acres 4 No68iSO acresS room brick dwell ing in good repair well fenced fine timberandfineNo 69150 acres smalt house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre4 No 70144k acres welling 8 acreLtobacco barn 50 acres of fine bottom land well fenced plenty of Upland for tobacco iome timber Price 60 per acres lsinwatered plenty of grass good fence plenty of tobacco land on g odpiket frornLebanonNo 74125 acres 4 miles from Springfield on goOd pike 1 mile fromfschool and close to church good 6 room dwelling fine stock barnpeIityQf i water plenty of posts fine orchard good fence Price JI25 per acrei No 75 277J acres 1 mile from Springfllc on pike 15 acre tobacco I barn gqod stock barn mallhouse plenty of grass and wa er Pric6 15000 No 81160 acres 5 miles from LebS anon Similes from Springfi ld pike room dwelling in hoodrepair good tenant house 3 at ck plenty of grass all necessary out buik goOcJffenc pSpringfieldroom dwelling in good repair 4jacr tobacco barn 75 acres of go od grass 25 acres of good tobacco land good bce and plenty of water Price 2000 V No86ooacres 3 miles from dwelhingbarn new stock barn buggy hQ eK2J good wells Rood spring plenty posts Price 35 per acre dweIlingfenced 2 good tobacco baths 80 acreg of first bottom rest second bottomons- of the best tobacco farms in the tiUn ty plenty of grass all the farm rdady for the plow Close to school and church Price 50 per acre No 92130 acres 6 miles from Springfield on good ke J mile from school and church in PJeasant Grove neighborhood S room dwelling 16acfe tobacco barn 2 good stock barns fin e young orchard tenant house all ofrfarm under good fence Price 70 per V acre No 94 House and lot in Fen ick cheap x No 96136 acres7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwell stgckbarngood tobacco land well waterecl plenfcyii of grass Price 35 per acre No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 acre toxk trihousetrees Close to school church and depot Price 30per acreI No 62150 acres 8 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grasS well eu plenty oi rrmt i mile from church 1 mile from school Price 45 per acreJ THE REAL A t4S D LAKp SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY J t t SUBSCRIBERS FREE Riley thoroughbred goodd Rev R EG Lawson Springfield 1 has for sale three stoves in use only one season cheap R S 0 Parrott Rt 5 has forleaHackney Gelding a good one H D Stiles Springfield Rt 3 haaT ft150 locust posts for sale W D Claybrooke SprinRflbld has for sale seed rye T J Gravest Springffelcl has for sale about 200 Water Mpl shade trees 15 and 20 cents Mrs E S Mayes SrS pringfiald has for sale six pure bred Buff Drping i ton hens and one rooster J E Hagaa RF DNoBox16has for sale 15 bushels of pure t onion sets and about 5 bushels ol large onions W S Gibbs or WiU Thomp 6jv1ia for sale a lot of pumpkins i t WbereBulletfIeW Dayid Parker of Fayet e N Y aAveteran ot the civil war who tost a foot at Gettysburg says Thefrood l Electric Bitters have done i wprlh more than five hundred doUrto me Ispent much money doctoring for a badScase of stomach trouble to little pose I then tried Electric Bitters andn they cured me I pow take thfrr as a tonic and thy keep me strong and well 50c atHaydon Rob rtsoni drug store The Springfield Sun LOOpc y r Tha Sun and CourierJournal 1e Tttt Springfield SUn 100 pwyt 1 t