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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f it 7 Ty 0t4 n J I t r Af L I 4 L Ip t T I J I i f it 4T 07U t- f n f l r JlI J J rtU I U t1c r f fII 7 L f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 1t iL i it H- tI 4 k tkd 9 4 VOLUME JY I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER II 1908 + 1 NMMUR4I ii L sfA tf I 1 BEN JOHNSON J 1 ryl j Congratulated fiy The Press of The State t j I1E DID GOOD WORK 1 38ew Haven iEsho Ben Johnson hasI every cause to shake hands with aelfand smile on all that sehim r Tuesday was a Threat day for him Un 4derhis able management of the cam k v Tpaijfn Kentucky rolled back safely into the Democratic column by a majority t suffi ient to please the most enthusias tic He vaklfeelected to Cores in this District bva handsome majority which includedseveral hundred coraplL tr rr r Kieritary Republican votes without making any personal campaign over hia- Repib1icani jopporlent who was verjpac ytive And then his own county Nel son gave hm the largest majority eyer givon any candidate Thej to Aether witk our people rejoice in his iuccess I Marion Fajcoii It was a great vic vtory for HOB Ben Johnspn and while jKeviwas redeeming Kentucky f rthfDemocratic party his friends lD fourth District were at work to make his majority in his own race for Con i 1tresa testimonial of their apprecia f tion of his services And how well they Succeeded is shown by the vote in each Bounty in this district In eVery county lie tan ahead of the national ticket and noticeably nn ibis own county of Nelson I his majority was over300 in advance pf the presidQtial electors If the peo ple of Kentucky knew Mr Johnson like his home people know him he could get Anything he wanted in the State HeI nubeen spoken of as the next Demo t n tiC candidate for Governor 1d1f reyers b ncebejs Democracys JiFA standard b aterbe will be elected by an overwhelming majority 44 14 C Journal Congressman Ben who was reelected to Con tiQssah th Fourth district leading his ticket between 500 and 600 votes j and j who directed the State campaign as f chairman of the State Campaign Corn tsriittee was hailed as a hero last night citheadquarters at the Old Inn He Yf aa congratulated on all sides by his I assistants and several hundred promi nent Democrats who were at headquar ters to receive the returns Judge 3 W Hager who as chairman fthe Speakers Committee was coh Jstajitly on hand during the campaign t o declared last night that all honor should fr Tbe given Ben Johnson for the splendid organization that he effected through tout the State without fund Hemy Prewjtt chairman of the State Central I V 5iiSi tcuLive v r urrrittec UiJ f profuse in his compliments on Chair man Johnson forhis good work j Kentucky needs more Ben John ctL sonCampbel1sville Enquirer i i t4 Hurrah for Ben Johnson and the VGlorious FOurthHGrayson Gazette lfk IIf all tne other Congressional candi J dates had done the telling work as did t Ben Johnson in this district well might 4 Ithe Democrats over the country have t patted themselves qathe back Hurrah for Ben Johnson Campbellsville En quirer 4 t 1 Congressman Ben Johnson is the only Congressman ever elected from the t 1 Fourth District who received a majori ty 500 greater than he candidate for President His vote is ahigh comph jnent and a great honor to himEliza toethtown News How is Your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowlmg of 02288th Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of VElectric Bitters in a case of acute indi gestionj prompts this testimonial I and fully c nvinced that for stomach liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today jrlf This great tonic and alterative medicine ie the system purifies the 0mnvigorates is especially helpful in air female weakness 5Oc at Robertsons drug store Jfournli o 51 I k r L VInTIeSilent Night The misty fields are silent The stars move over them A red rose in the garden Drifts trembling from its stem The beautyhroughblmeVEach vale and hill is very still J As though they dreamed of you r t Tomorrow ah t morrow k V The world and lifes distress Tonight the stars the sil cestGod and your loveliness K The White stars dream of beauty In the blue night and deep Each vale and hill is very stillV For you are falln asleep A H tIe GOV JOHN A JOHNSON THE LORDLY TURKEY I f t How to Prepare1 fThe Thanks vv gvigBircfliV arious Bird V l Prepare theturkbyby cleansing washing arid trussing Make a dress lug of one of Spanish chestnuts two tablespoonfuls of butter one teaspoonful of salt and pepper to taste Roast or boll the chestnuts If you roast them do not let them burn Peel mash and chop themV Work in theIe butter and seasoning andstut the tur key as you would with bread dressing Of course could substitute na UvtchestnutS for the Spanish boiling and peeling them but the time re quired to get out enough meal to fill a turkey would seem to put the substitute out of the question says the Chicago Tribune Boned Turkey With a narrow keen knife take the bones put of a raw turkeyV Follow one bone until you have loosened it along its length keep ingVtbe blade close to it Cut the near est joint and pull it out with the ten dons attached to ItT ep go on to the next atieace and dexterity will accom plish the task more easily than you Imagine Now fill the spaces left by the bones with a good forcemeat sea soned to taste Sausage and mush rooms may be worked to advantage into this forcemeat with bread crumbs and mashed boiled chestnuts Sew It upIn mosquito netting when it IP stuffed retaining some resemblance to the original bird and braise It upon a bed of minced vegetables basting with good stock and keeping It covered the rest of the time Put under a light weight while warm and do not undo the cloth until the next day Practice pn a chicken ber fore undertaking a turkeyVBoning knives can be procured which make the tedious process easier Turkey and Sausage Scollop4Butter a pudding dish and fill with alternate layers of cold minced turkey and cook ed minced qud cold sausage meat sea- sonIng slightly its you goThe sau sage will supply nearly all the season Ing you wish Pour In as much gravy or weak stock as the dish will hold Let It soak tntora few minutes and coyer with a mush of bread crumbs peppered salted and soaked in cream of milk then beaten smooth with an egg and a tablespoonful of butter melted It should be half an inch thick 1Cover and bake for half an hour then uncover and brown Serve at once as the crust soon falls Hashed Turkey Heat Inft sauce pan the car ass and stuffing with wa ter enough to coyer Itto Inches deep Cook slowly for two hours stfcjain and season with onion juice chopped parsley pepper arid salt Cut the meat into small dice and half a can of mush- roomS into quarters and stir into the sauce Heat to scalding add the juice of half a lemon and serve Th4 Springfield Sun 9100 iper year i REORGANIZATION Of The Washington County Penf o ratic Committee SturdayI November 21 I The Democratic committee of the County is to be reergan zed on the hird Saturday in this month according to the following provisions of the party law of the State VfVelected on the third satUli in November 1908 and shall be residents of their respective precincts crats of this State shall meet at their various voting precincts at tie hour of 2 oclock p mr standard ltimean proceed to the election of a committee man to serve untilhis successor shall be elected by orderof succeeding State Convention The retiring pre committeemen shall call their re spective precinct mass meetings to or deVitfld shall preside unless themass faceting shall elect a chairman Where there isi a vacancy in the office of pre cin tco 1mitte man the chairman of the county committee shall designate some qualified Democrat living in the precinct to call said meeting to order and preside until the election of a chair manVOn the Monday tolJowingsuch elec tion such precinct committeemen shall meet at their various county seats arid Organize by electing a chairman and LegslapvelPistrict n tbea member of said committee No precinct committeeman or cjijur man of any committee shall hold any Federal State District County or Municipal office or be eligible therefor Any member of a county or legist tive district committee shall wheriar candidate for any office or for the nom ination to any office in the gift of the people over which said e Jus jurisdiction vacate his office Tascorri t mitteemanV VVk InV obedience to the above provision of the party Jaw of the State the Democrats of each precinct ct Y ashington county are called to meet at their re spective voting places onV Saturday Nov 21st 1908 at two oclock p m and proceed to the election of a pre t committeeman In the event the present committeeman should bd ab sent the Democrats assembled shall se lect some ore to preside over the meet ing Thisiran important matter to the party of the county and 1 respectfully urge eyery Democrat of the county to go to his precinct on that clay and take part in the selection of a precinct corhmitteeman On Monday preclpctdommitteemen I will meet in Springfield at eleven of clocka m r11nd organize by the election of a chairman and a secretary i T r oT Qim Dem Ex torn fWashington Co r THEODORE P GHONT3 NOTICE All persons indebted to the estate of JVE Shelby deceased ore hereby notified thata settlement titus tlbe made on or before December 1 HM GRUNPX Administrator L Land of The Hearts Desire Where is the land of the hearts desire The land where men cease to mourn Does it rest in the4 west wnere the suns expireOr the suns are born sit hidden deep where gold rivers flows it high aloft where the sleep winds blowVOr isV it between where the laurels grow This land of the hearts desire Where is the land of tne hearts desire The land of a hope fulfilledVpGoes one forth to the tOrsouthits vastness the stretch of two clingt ing armsVAre its peaks of achievements aboveV alarms Or are vales of oblivion the chiefest charms Of the land of the hearts desire Where is the land of the hearts desire Ot what use that the sage should say s So near by that the eye and the soula+ aspire I Yeta sky lifetime meeting of earth and A little beyond where the marsh lights dieVWhere the deserts mirage waters lie Is the Iand4of the hearts desire Channing Pollock p S HON PARIS GIBS1NV McINTIREc As our little village hasnt been rep resented through the columns of your valuable paper for some time thought flwould jot downa few items MrPrkerBPd ett who has been making his home in Union county for some trnifv trf hnj on tlt to his father Mr Bud Badgett Squire Jim Mudd of this place will remove his family to Louisville this week much to the regret of his many friendsV The bans of matrimony were pub lished at J3t Rose on last Sunday for the first time between Miss Susie Mulligan and Mr Walter Wheatly The dance given by Mr and Mrs Tyne Cecil on last Wednesday night was well attended All report a good time VV Mr Leon Blanford Miss Emma En sor Mr Ed Osborne and Miss Hester Blanford spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Roy Smith of near Lebanon Mr T E Ballard accompanied by Mr TIm Fields was in Taylor county one day last week on business Born on the 28th of Oct to Mr and Mrs Manny Alvey a gIrlAnnie Ce celia Also to Mr and Mrs William Spalding a boy William Jennings Bryan Mrs Lulie Kimble of Hardin county is visiting her sister Mrs Charley Bringle this weekV Mr Alvin Hickerson of Louisville is the guest of relativesher- eV Dick Keene was in Louisville last weekVMiss Della Blanford of Liouisyille is the guest of her mother Mrs Teresa Blanford this week Miss Susie Murphy after spending aI few weeks with relatives at this place has returned to her home in Louisville Mr George Thompson of Springfield spent last week with relatives hereIvisited herspn Mr TE Ballard one day last week vv VVV 3 LAW VIOLATED By The American Tobacco Com pany Says The Supreme Court JtNew York Nov 7The Govern ments attempt to bring about a di solution of the American Tobacco Com panYrtheJPaitt corporation which prac c ptr the tobacco trade of world outside of Great Britain has made substantial progress After long consideration the great volume of testimony taken during the many months since the sut was insti tuted four Judges in the United States Circuit Court have handed down Deci ions holding that the company is oper tea in violation of the Sherman anti trust law andiin restraint of trade The court found however that the Governments request for the appointment ot receiver was impractical and timetbejfourfor an injunction against the various subsidiary companies should be sus nded until after a decision or ah ap peal from the present judgment The complaint against the Imperial Tobacco Company and the British American Company was dismissed Judge Lacombe in his decisioii saidV There can be little doubt that the Federal statute had been violated Each one f the of Ciescontract and combination in restraint of competition existing when it wasJ entered into and that is sufficient to bring it within the ban of this drastic statuteVIn addition to the American Tobacco r Company the defendants named in the Governments suit included the Im perial Tobacco Company the British American Tobacco Company the lint- ted Cigar Stores Company andfi tyI nine other small corporations TIe suit was filed July 10 1907 and asked spe cifically tor the appointment of receiv ers for the various defendant compan learThe prosecution of the suit was con flductedleged that the Imperial Tobacco Corn c pany which controls the tobacco trade of Great Britain tough the efforts of the American Tobacco Company to sell its goods in that country and that as a result the Imperial and the American companies organized the BritishAmeri an Tobacco company to control the rade outride of Great Britain and AmerIcaI MI 11 SENATOR WILLIAM J STONE Wedding Announcement Mr and Mrs Hughey Goatley of Valley Hill have announced the mar riage of their eldest daughter Miss Margaret to Mr Edward Kelly Jr to be solemnized at some indefinite at St Rose Miss Goatley iwa date1 ing young lady O fa lovable d iSPOSi and many pretty traits Of that end arhor to all her associates and itf very prominent in societycircles Mr Kelly is a prosperous young firmS er of the V Hill section well known throughout tIe county The Sun joins their many friends in extend ing congratulations to the young cou ISpIe j jo 3 the Turkey Grotf I I 1 AV dispatch from Vrsai1s r4Vport from turkey raisers are Wt6 fe feet that the turkey crop in Ceiitniiir Kentucky is short this YerTJ1 irife weather lat spring ja said to hayeb i fatal to the young turkeys JBuytri f r VV the thanksgiying market will Mtaii i fieldwithin the next wk Jf ixiuf has been fixed Last year the e fe openedat twelve cents On footticountry and later on dropped t J cents The crop yields the farn8ri I wives of Central Kentucky in Jifife I neighborhood of 500000 annually i EDWARD W tti CARMAV 11 4 Shofto Death1nStreei1 ofNashvi11 TenuVt t 1 ilis B0d Pierced By Three B i1 lets Pired By RoWnvJ t j t t Cooper h ashville Tenn Nov 9Fopm Senator EdwardW Carmack editOr b 5 vfthekilled this afternoon an ut4p1cl6cfc vt f The fatal shots were tired by Hpbla JV f ooper a young attorney arid the sofei 7F of Col Duncan B Cooper The trag8Jdyt urtepon Seventh venue neIrtl t southeast corner of the l wnih fr Q fV the Polk building Articles in thfc dr v tonal columns of the T nn8ii ftan jdiji r ct da Cotiper were the can e ofths t tragedy Mr Carmsick had Peen warned that Ckjl Copper woolLruM ql the articles if they were cdfytinuod an was arm d with revolver two chamA ers of WnichVhe emptied the yq7m- an being wounded in the shoulder Withift a few seconds after they tht the trag dywas oy rand ifcwas a die cult matter to get the exXcit deUiliiy Mr Carnqack had left his office antJw going to his apartment on SevOTthiy fi1 ue nlCol Cooper and his fon wr 0 omingdown the avenue As they came i together Mr Garmack was talkingtofJ Mrs Charles H Eastman ThsIMV words ever by him were tq 4rtrl q r Mrs Eastman said that whnlr Cat iimack was addressed he immediately jumped td one side so as to be clear of Kp t her and so suddenly did theterhbi truth datyri upon rithatshetrirjHiid q ntoagat tiSeveral shots rang out jn JpktsutP 1 cession arid Senator Carmack whirlid 1 around and seemed to catch at am fefe trie light pole but missing tUw m liii Jrreach fell in a heap to the gqtter jut t at the edge of the granitoid 8i e iiikf He fell somewhat on his ljg tsldeIUlc was lying with one hand raised tpila race His revolver feil to ti4sre c by tu 4Vni1m arid wa Ticlpd In tiJtturned over to the police Mr CarmikVV wasinal prb biJitded when hf Ifell as three bullets had been fire ito his body Just who fired the first shot will it r all probability be a matter pit cpntro very but the shots were vry nrIy simultaneous Friends of the CooperaVclaim Carmack drew his pistolaixt firdVV finjt Mrs Eastman did not know Tbx v s nature of parmack wound would 1j dicate that he could not havei- ed apistol after being shot 1J WILLISBURG Vi Mrs Lqla Earl oWjot Paij rt visiting hr auntj MraiivUfan itt feritt this VweekV v V r Mr and Mrs1H D Olmsfoad rji trturned to their home in Kansas aft ta pleasant week with relatives at thuVplaceS r r The Bright Star Camp Nor 6QQfr R Nof A will gfye a BjxSupjjfet aVMusical EntertHin i ent on Saturday n c evening Nov 21st 1908 Aguopaiiife contest willb venApti fe will b i given to the gentleman who makmtbVbest guess also one to the lady who makes the best guess EyeryfcQdjr inkVvited Vl Little Nellie Reed Hyatt 1iu ewi very sick but wi areElato rpot tmuch better at this writing 11her John S RIley is very low witi fDrlast veeki f t Quite ajjffpd many irom tkisplao atttn ed u at Mickville last Sun day v f Mr JrAv Wwellruit o iiioIir towri this wi kr si c fruit trees t it V t H t HeVVv rrTT 9T I TTV 7Tt r r Jr 7- L Jf t r 41 fEHEiSPRINlFIELb tt J2t f1 f tf6VEMERfJ A SUN WESNESDAy ri 1908 Jt LF f1 l L 4 1 I j r J irr t iIt J ao 1I7a 6 a IIIM iiiIiLiiia t jAilI I ti t 1 t4 Il I i 1 ff 1 aI ri fJ 4 0 I i it il I Ifzi1i J J L t J l f EC tJ tt tj jj If t1 II t Itt t p4 t I JiH fl CAN YOU BEAT THIS t m A r i U i I 1rIn the Business Mens Life Insurance Company r- 6fi1 t Louisville Ky I LI I t Ij ft AGE J f J tl i 2O 9L5 P pZ OT 9I5jtl r i 22 920 I lj f 4925 930 ar c 935 I JJ h 26 9AO t f t f 27 A 948 4 lt 7 28 9l5 3 I I N j 29 9 62 3Q 968 oirI p76 431178 1yf L FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ON JI Business Mens Life Insurance Louisville Ky or- + ltv J Lty Ue Ya Ats ale SprmgueldIKJ ih j t t ii IRIIIRIIIRIIIIIRIIJiIiii 1ABYRYAN LOVERS VIEWS I f 4f iti + The = Star +i9f i1 ByondRll reasonable doubt Mr Bry Ar presittJehcy for the last time There are Wany ot his most faithful followersVho will bisorry for this but there are I jmiiny others who have followed thisI their chosen Moses thus far into the seemingly boundless political wilder ness who will answer again to his F eyery beck and call as long as he or they live whenever he says Follow xhe yet who from motives unknown and unknowable to the socalled practical politician will be sincerely glad in their hearts that Mr Bryan was not successful in his last race for the presi dency rJ sayvit is beyond the comprehension t li the man who seeks only material trungb intltWOiJ o dC1tniu vv any true iQver of Bryan should rejoice4 in his defeat and yet there are many 4 suchy and their reason is found in ones sentence and that sentence is BeA cause Mr Bryan is too good too pure VjndtDp noblea manto waste such anl xaltedadegree of spiritual conceptiopI and spiritual existence as he possesses wallowing inthe corrupting cesspool 4f American politics a cesspool which T every man who has waded into it in the degrading and debasing business of j practical politics knows sometime hriyels the heart blackens the soul tiGodThat Mr Bryan brought into Ameri C n politics a clean Jifea white soul a tflaroeiesa character and that he has kept that character pure spotless and fc ullied no one who knows the man wilVfor a moment deny And though he IgOfes down in defeat the third time in a suggie that for vicious and Relentless on both sides has lew any in American history there are I repeat hosts of his best friends who will be glad to see him out of and away from a continuous conflict which khows and gives no quarter a V oufllct1hich in its results seeks only and smothers 1 the whisperings of those exalted spinT tttal attributes which Mr Bryan i i iVown to possess in a very large mess ure His friends who see the matter in I this Ifgnt are those who have taken li pleasure walking beside him Dicing the flower laced path that winds 1 r here and there through the garden of VjjlovV and ends duly at the brink of the river that leads to the harbor of Eter I nadHope than they have in listening to r the thunder of rthe most destructive tsjhilippics hurled at the head of an jtT 1 AGE 98st3 2 33 997 34 ib66 35 no 19 36tt O33 37 1046 8 xo64 39 J j 183 t 40 41 IICHII 42 ii5O Co Ind assaults attacks equals eneray fully deserving in a material sense all they received and more who have found more comfort in the soft and soothing strains of the soul stirripg music of the song he sings to Bhe Prince of Peace than to the anathemas he has hurled at the heads of those whom he has honestly believed and whom Ms followers still believe deadly enemies to the rights of man and to that eternal liberty for which our forefathers died i These are they who believe that the day is here when Mr Bryan as he so aptly illustrates in his matchless lecture The Prince of Peace IIbasfor the last time taken up his club and gone put to try to convince the other man of his error and has met the other man half way where they have both brandished their clubs high hi air have brout lb r down iPpql with such terrible force thrft their echoes have belted the globe pierced the heavens and penetrated the darkest rec ssesJf hell Yet when the smoke of the battle has ascended find the mer ciful heavens have dissipated it into the whitewingedcoudsaboveandwhere the echo of the last sound of the con flict has ceased to reverberate from hilltop to hilltop not one soul that has been made white in this battle can be found among the thousands that are strewn upon the bloody field These atp they upon whose ears the F r rI AGE b 44 III a 45 I247 46 1293 47 1 Vi3 35 I48 1390 49 4 1455 50 1532 51 16J5 r5 I7P9 53 1 8i4- T934 54 a 5 2068 J a II t I Ii i 3 are r I attacks of his enemies upon their chosen leader whether by cutting sarcasm scornful sneer or bludgeon blow fall like so many green peas shot ala nst a stone wall ten feet thick and believe with the passing out of the Bryan of ojdis the coming in of the Bryan of today tomorrow henceforth who will sing to the world the song of Peace on earth and g o9will to al jmen Thesb are they who believe him when he say lil offer no apology for speak ng upon a religious subject for while- I am interested in the science of ov ernmeWt I am more interested in re li ionivEfian I am in and speechlispeech even more than I do a political speech When I speak upon a majorityIcan carry my into Op religiousII have not spoken in vain no maybefgv Mt fTle j r nicrica today that beats a warm welcome tp the dawn of the twentieth century is starv to hear the words of wisdom thatIjng from the lips of him who can tell t them that he loves his God best who loves his fellowman 1 best and sincej j this is a glowing flame that consumes oldIcome him and the beautiful song of llove he sings so sweetly and will for get he ever strove for supremacy oytr his enemies on a battle field which God never intended he should enter arJz i Letter Heads- Statements Bill Heads Envelopes r Is Anything and everything In the way of highgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job type is complete our press facili ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the story of our facilities 1 for doing job printing of the right kind atthe right prices t l Cards Envelopes dIs Ii 21t l J hj lI Letter Headr t I I Boiled Apple Pudding Half a loaf of breadcrumbs to which Wd a little salt Pare core and cut into thin slices two greening apples four ounces of chopped su thnl a cupful of oiling water sufficient to moisten the mixture Rub a little salt on the inside of the mold to make it smooth Pack the mixture firmly as tightly as possible into the mold Fas ten the lid down securely and place In a boiler with only sufficient water in the bottom to make a steam Let it bol this way for one hours turn out and eat with the following sauce One cup of granulated sugar quarter of a cup of water Put together on the fire and allow to melt quickly to which add the rind of half a lemon chopped fine not grated One minute after the sirup begins to boil kept tiny longer it turns to candy remove It and add the juice Jot half a lemon Serve hot Sales 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almost no trouble to make Several kinds of fruit should not be put together as a usual thing however for that Is apt to make a messy dish One or two kinds mixed or one alone is quite enough Then too It should be remembered that mayonnaise rarely combines with fruits There Is one exception at least for pineapple Is particularly good with it but with most other fruits French dressing should be used arid this should have little vinegar in it Lemon juice Is much better Strawberry saiad Is made by arrang ing for each person six or more very large fine berries in a cup shaped lettuce leaf These are hjid on a platter and French dressing is put on last Like all salads to be good this must be coldCherry salad is made with either California cherries or the large ox hearts and both red and white ones are used or the two are prettily mixed The cherries are stoned without breaking them and in place ofcptcfcpit a bit of nut is pressed in or a small hazel nut is put in entire They are tad 611I lettuce and French dressng Is poureJ over This Is rather an elaborate dish when finished but simple enough to make If one has time and Is willing to take the trouble to put It together How to Rid Furniture f Moths A sort of trade secret among uphol sterers It is said is this recipe for rid ding furniture of moths says the Kansas City Star A set of furniture that seemed to be alive with larvae and from which hundreds of these pests had been picked and brushed was set in a room by itself Three gallons of benzine were purchased Using a small watering pot with a fine rose sprin kler the whole upholstery was satu rated through and through with the benzine Result every moth larva and egg was killed The benzine dried out In n few hours aridTfs entire odor disappeared in three or tour days Not tile slightest harm happened to the var nish or wood or fabrics or hair stutCf Ing The carpets were also well sprin kled all around the sides of the room with equally good effect For furs flannelsIndeed all woolen articles containing moths benzine is most val uable Put them in A box sprinkle with benzine close the box tightly and In a day or two the pests will be exter minated and the benzine will all eyap orate on openingi In using benzine great care should be taken that no fire is near by as the stuff In fluid orvapor form Is very inflammable IHow to Improve a Narrow Hall To improve the appearance of a very narrow hall place large mirroK von both sides This gives a very good ef fact A large mirror one the length of the wall it placed opposite the land- Ing of l half curved staircase will add wouderfHlly to the appearance of the narrow haM and make a wide one more handsome Avoid striped paper In the narrow hail Use a plain paper and also plain carpets without figures or a geometrical design In very small bro ken lines Terra cotta Is a good hall color also a good grade of olive green can be used A cream paper toned to oak Is handsome In a new house though a color scheme is usually needed uut paper is preferable iu a nartv r nulighted ball Green paper fades very easily and red soon loses its original color How to Keep White Silk White There is nothing more to sutinlgownit is still wearable The women who do not cut their wedding dresses up the next winter but keep them with reverent sentiment tdbe end of their lives are always on the lookout for something to prevent them turning a llventlerinsed through deep blue water until a deep indigo Ordinary blue muslin can be substituted tf preferred Stuff all the folds with blue instead bf white tissue paper and keep in a box with a close fitting lid that is also wrapped with heavy paper to keep out the dust How to Freshen the Air lfla Room Lavender salts are useful for freshening the air of the living room where 1moheIs occasionally Indulged la Select a large mouthed bottle ti stick candy jar which will hold a quart la just the thing and in this place one pint of pure not household ammonia ndd two ounces of oil of lavender and then fill thr bottle with carbonated am luonla blocks When using shake the bottle remove the stopperand leave for half an hour The odor Is peculiarly Ipvigoratlng and not at all overpow cling if not too close a sniff of the Jar be taken How to Tighten Sewing Machine Belts Vllnyouare sewing in a great hurry and the machine belt becomes loose do not stop to remove It in order til tighten It Simply put a drop of ma chlJ1Q on on It turn the wheel h few seconds and proceed with 1 tightened belt J t I H iiipractical Dentist mSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKy 1V Dentalworkatreasonableprices r An eed ttnct t ilt 84DLAKEInsurance 4 t c SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident riablean 1 world Your insurance OUoltedr DR MW HYATT DR JNO M SPAULDIN Ji1 iJ OFFICE OVERr TIE RED CROSS jimGSTOi 1A SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY f OFFICE HOURSiDR HYATT I I0300 12 m H m rfr SPAULDING 2 to4 pm And in office alls ji ftDr C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY lJd lJSOFFICE ova C J HAYDONS DRU9 STORE Office Hours Sto9ALito2pMS SJ H LAMPION t IV SPRINGFIELD Y Office in Opera House Office phoneNo 6 R denceNO 38 4 MISS ELLA ADAMS f I NURSE Y iTELEPHONES t Day f ffflltJHqJ j i 1 SCOTT MAYES ATYATLAW I Springfield Ky Ip jmdand Federal Cpurta rT fr c CMCGHQRD VV tt ATTYATLAW t Springfield ICy 1 Will practice in all State nd Federal rl5 7 W D CLAYBROOKE i fATTYSpringfield Ky Washingtoa3ndadlolningco J riSW E SELEGMAN I rlr ATTYATLAW r Springfield Ky 5 l Will e in the courts of Washingtoa rI tnd adininingcountiea and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN t TWERISpringfield Ky Office in Roberteon BiiiWing Will practice in the Courts of Wash ington and adjoining counties id5i1thr Court of Appeals C I M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER ft Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty Willfo RnywhereTerms reason hone84 JOHN YMAY0 6 Funeral Director iAnd otitLicensed Embalmer cc 3iRINGFIELl KENTUCKY Best Attention t t Every courtsey shown j r hjHandsome Line of Caskets ami lIIri1llH Telephone Day 19i Night 7t W THE SUN AND 8Qth pa i ptjrsljr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald IM Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati ir r 1 75 Weekly Atlanta Constitution L75 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 17E SemiWeekly St Democrat 175 rhriceaWeek New YorkWorld 1751 Home and Farm 12S merican Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 160 Breeders G zette1o225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm andFireside 13S Farm Field and FiresidH11SReview of Reviewsui S36 Lippincotts Magazine 28ft Magazine400Ledger MonthlY h 1lI 1Harper i Sunriv South 1 W 5S I J c v J I 4t I t t t i AI HES SPRINCrFI rt SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 190 k t tti LOOK it LOOIci to + t ft We are Going to sell our a t ENT1RE STOCK OF GOODS S w At COST t f I 1 1 f DECIDED TO CHANGE IN BUSINESS VV Ii + We want everyone to come and take advantage of this 4I4greatsale Because we realize as well as very one iff + else that the public very seldom eye has a chance to tit buy goods at cost Now we mean bjusiness this is no + fake and we are not trying to deceiye vou Our en goodsIaso e finest line of Hats the tit Swann flat and also the King Quality Shoes x 4fV- VIV rVofp41 A Lad- lesL and Childrens Cloaks rand also a nice line of Millinery 4 1 Goods and Dress Goods ot all kinds and descrfptions ff Dont delay and dnt let people talk you out of this becausetit Iitisa great opportunity and you will regret it if you tit I YOURS RESPECTFULLY VNelson County tLHN KROME Bloomfield Ky tZ HttM ft I ANSWER CHARGES I BurleyToWcco Society Replies to c usati1nSalarjes10 be Paid Officers Willlr rar Inasmuch as the country has been Vflooded with false and misleading stateV ments in regard to the BurleYTObaCCOj Sciety its purposes and its prospects we believe it an op- pOrtune time to correct these state- mentS and inform our members In the first place why this great interest in the welfare of the grower on the part of the newspapersVwarehousernell speculators and trust buyers an inter- estE which is newborn and had no exist ence jvhen the prices were lowwhenI the farmer was trust held undisputed in the to sejmisstatements from a few honest people who believe the organization responsible for law lessness and who haye not looked deep enough into the situation to find out that this lawlessness is caused by pre t vious lawlessness bn the part of the trust and is the blind effort of a few unreasoning men who seek to remedy one wrong with another and who theythemselves4are false statements come fr6m venal sources from men who for a considera- tIon or from private interest seek to overthrow this organization of farmers A great outcry has been made about extravagant salaries it is sufficient an swer to state that though over four million dollars have been distributed to the growers not one cent of salary has been paid to any member of the Dis trict Board the Executive Committee or the President himself And when salaries are voted and paid they will bee so reasonable that no airminded grow 8 D 4 E I er will grudge one cent of them to the men who have done the work planned the business and stood the attacks and criticism of those who wished the failure of the movementV Of the ten per cent reserve eight percent is deposited in the various rrwersthedistributedIIt has been stated that too much has been charged for handling tobacco in only a tew instances has more been charged for this service than is the usual charge for the same And in these instances there were other bene fits ito the grower which more than counterbalanced this extra charge and in no case has there been any profit to the Burley Tobacco Society or its managers from such charges In most cases brought rward to prove this it has been clearly shown that the grower entered voluntarily into a priv te con tract to pay these fees when he was free to have made other and better contracts or have done the work hiriself From some sources it has been claimed that the tobacco has lost too much in weIghtmistakes are liable to occur in kny business but it is a queer fact that such tosses are reported more frequently on tobacco stored and sam pled tin the old established warehouses of the cities than on tobacco stored in the equity warehouses in the counties this disproves the charge or insinuation of mismanagement or graft on the part of the Society EVlTli trust has used every means to our Society It has paid the in I rYouwnasMLFARMPI M4HI1t LOOK AT THESE 1zILI IZI xtzx Than YouCa1 Build a House iV acres 3 miles froir Springfield on good good 5 room dwelling good stock barn orchard all under good fence One IVCheaper mile from school and one mile from Price 18Q0V acres 3 miles from Springfield onehalf from pike 6 room dwelling small stdck plenty of locusts good fence all in plenty of water Price 1200V L K jjjjjJ dependent grower more money for the 1906 and 1907 crops than they ever dreamed of getting it has tempted our own members to violate their contract by offering unheard of prices it is offering still higher prices for the 1908 crops It has substituted inferior to baccos and sought to starye us out It has refused to buy any considerable amount of our tobacco at cut prices and has made no bona fide effort to buy at any price but in the facepf all this we present a solid front The Hurley Tobacco Society still exists and is doing business at Winchester and our prospect are brighter than eyer We have orders for 1907 tobacco which if filled will CDnsume nearly all of that crop The crop of 1908 was cut out beyond our most sanguine expectations and the great drouth has still further dimin ished the available supply Let every farmer and eyery county hurry in their samples so that the 1907 crop can be priced and both crops sold Above all let eyery farmer discour age intemperate talk and more intern perate acts Law and order are worth more than all tobacco crops Lawlessness and the fear of lawlessness have done us incalcuable injury The Society has never countenanced any violation majorityklinglawful means and not by force We in sist it must rule by lawful means and not by force We insist that those who have entered into contracts shall be made to abide by their contracts but only by process of law BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY By The Executive Committee The Sun and CourierJournal L50 The Springfield Sun 100 per year L tl Our Sympathy is always extended to those In distress but we have no sym pathy to waste on the man who borrows his neighbors paper when he can have one of his ownat a mere nominal expense Your home paper stands for your interests and the interests of your hometown It deserves your moral and financial support If you t e not a member of our f nrly of readers you should- begin now J y sending in your subscriptionV 1 VVhas been having a hot FOOTBALL politics for the prize popularity and Vatted now that the gridiron game hasswung to its greatest height admirers or it feel that they have final ly succeeded in gaining the supremacy Particular interest attaches to the present football season owing to the new rules governing the game which are now for the first time thoroughly THE TANDEM MAY understood throughout the entire coun try and have for the first time been put in universal use in an Intelligent manner The previous play under the new regulations designed to do away with the deadly nature of the game in the past proved more experimental than otherwise and resultantly this year the public and the critics can au thoritatively consider whether or not the new rules have effected their in tended purpose In other words is rj formed football a failure or a success The reform movement was based en tirely on the demand trom thousands of people prominent and otherwise that the number of dangerous acci dents must be decreased and the foot ball dictators produced what they proudly term an open game a style of game intended to do away with the crushing mass plays of a few years ago But the so called open game Is open in name only in a great many vital respects The rules do not do away with mass plays at all In actual practice they merely limit the manner of their formation and cause more time to be consumed in their forma tion that Is the rules put certain technical difficulties in the way of forming mass plays and coaches and captains have found ways of cIrcum- venting these obstructions In material detailsVA large number of injuries have oc curred this year not solely among care less and untrained young players aa the football rulers would have the pub EDDIE COY lie believe but among the strongest and best trained mel on the gridiron Furthermore many of the accidents have resulted in mere practice games where the playing Is not so continu ously violent as in actual contests and where the players make a special pont of avoiding InjuryVIn three days of practice play by the Yale varsity team at NeW HaVeu no less than four men were so badly hurt as to necessitate treatment at the hospital Captain Burch had to retire froni the game for most of the season Field and Belnecke received dangerous wounds on their heads and Mersereau sprained his ankle and tore ligaments loose from the bone The second day after Annapolis played Harvard only two members of the regular Annapolis team were able to report on the field for practice Just what benefit these injuries to eight or nine men will give to Uncle Sams naval cadets in their preparatory work to become officers in the Dan It is dinlcult to Imagine Bllngluff center and Elghton right tackle were the only two of the future admirals able to respond Many other Instances of a similar nature could be cited Probably the most striking illustra VV- f VVVV Vt1Vlon of the of the so clle often game is altSpled by tha muciJ talked of contest recently played at Schenectady N T between the well trained teams of Union college and Wesleyan university A dispatch gent out bythe Associated Press said Sev enteen players were rendered jancdn scious during the game and five of them were so seriously hurt that they were removed to the hospital Most of the seventeen had to stop playing The officials united In saying the game was the roughest and most hard fought they had ever witnessed Pot ter sustained a broken collar bone anfl Hammond a slight concussion of thy bralru The game had to be stopped tlmf and again when the players were In Jured or knocked senseless After nearly every scrimmage some one was found to have been hurt so seriously that he could not arise from the ground The whole totoget real reform desire of many colleges to secure advertisement and students through the popularity of football and the game will be highly popular among the youth of the nation say many only 89 long ns the dangerous elements are re talned Therefore the rule makers try to please the spirited daring combat loving American youth and at the same time convince the public that football has become ajthllk and wa KIOKINO GOAL f ter pastime safe enoiigh for anybody to play However this much mustbe said for the reformerS By introduc ing the forward pas the onside kick and requiring teams to gain more distance than formerly in scrimmages in order to retain of the ball they have contributed to the spectacular value of the game But not even the football rule makers can wipe out the bone breaking features of the game by substituting one kind of danger for another A MOTHER NOWV Countess Szechenyl Who Has Pre sented Count With a Daughter The Countess Szechenyi who has presented her husband Count Laszto Szechenyl with a daughter was married to him last January at the Van derbll niusIoInewYorkaml wedding was the greaT event of thej social season As Miss Gladys Van derbllt thp countess was quite pop rilar with the members of the smart set and it is reported that she has endeared herself much to the people upon the big estate of her husband in Hungary to of whom an Amer ican woman is something of a curiosity The mother of the countess Is with her The fortune of the count is not as great as that of his wife and consists largely of lands but unlike THX COUNTESS 6ZBCHENT1 many noble lords who have com from Europe to America for brides he is by no means penniless His possessions- have been estimated as worth at least 5000000 The countess inherited about 13000000 from her father the late Cornelius Vanderbilt Blessed Undesirables 01 Though magazines and congreeemea Into these creatureji pitch Who Ji there t like to be Tie predatorr rich 4 11 ii I 4 Read JJk11- youant 1 a hOme Au come to Ctn f t Prfrof ace In one miIe i bsrwj1llER1yyeNencedan4weil terd Will seI PiicelOOOli thIbesttkeet5IN b14 thI U1i fy gpojl acres grotm d gardji IbKfiadhousev frt SO0Ot 113 troflriw 2 acres ttgrothid1 stable fin dfai hen oii houag firiejpstferei 3nsf tey ry necessary 21OOOV This tn1JPcrt lis1n1y i trwant i me at once 81 DaLAkt Real Estate Aunt I lSPtintft l Iv flF4fltI Sr EN1 IGrop de troyhijf r furred aId fsathrd pests are made shoi if shrift of with a reliaM unerring STEWENSVV clorSp rt ot S ictSTEVENS R1FLES SHOTGUNS PISTOLS are unsurpassed HIGH IN QUALITY LoW IN PRICE IfyoacaJiBot d4rectVPepdctII IptefCtA- Iozrrk l7ibbI4ton w F4iie4I1i 17 pti Va1v1 s VV1caaRVtV itAr I J STEVES RMSci OUCbf I P QBoz4qt4 t LCIiiCOpCC Falls Ma t J x CLUBBINQ RATES wit r LOUlSVIIlb DAIIJES v The Sun and The LoukVilkj j it Times one year5 0 The Sim and the D Courter Journal e cctpfe bunday 6 41r OATheJournaiany three days in thwee1c I 11 0 The Sun one year andthedkfly =GourierJourrial any three daysiJth week six wopj1ls1 2 31 the Sunday Comr ier ournal one 7i 2 The dailyHerald i The Sun and thev Louisville EvePost one year t j 4V b How to Otfo 0 f Gonstipatiw t Staple lloMeRemJy Tlwt k Ser a4 Pleasit Fe people ecap oiilStipatlQn tchingf cold over liick o sa erclse failure to 8psWerpromPfiy tto calls of nature dIseased or we k wyil system or strog medidne may e jii JtcThe too common practice of taJdntvpiits or pills or some such violeIt cathart5s has always dome more harm than pod make the bowels act quickly and V lently Simply beoaH8evthey irritate thMRi and leave them Iii a worse co ditkHi th a before What is needed IB a jnl d eey herb laxative that giva regular daily mr intents In all cues yet doe not MiJsifTor gripe and which will strengtn vtlM bsW els and tone upthet m l ter 0depleting ItVDr CaldweUs Syrup Pepeki taken M night before going to bed wbIt rha a easy pleasant natural moyjlliiith 1 ltw morning even Inthe mot H tiiat cap o tand without any bad effects Ns p jgrJpeand it Is so safe and ptt + take mothers give It to thl bsIwith splendid ultIt ki aft aW1 pgestlon and tones the systom as as cure bowel treubleDr iiEsCovey Savannah T nnv wrItes Jaet better results from It than any iiMd Iover used Dr T Jone Oflcood M H 1yycar consider Dr XWdwefM SSyra Pepuln the b ft of aX laxatir 3ft Almon Wlllfs Jamaica yt sy truly believe itHT8dmy UttteJMtf i IRev AJ Fletciter Rutlifirford TSL- says IaiuiSOyersoidndyeur- Pepin 8 has cured me of JLysaepei bowjrt trouble W Bl Jackson Burn Statkn ensays I wM aJdlcd with ootwtJimtlo and M1Jf ine yrs a f- norite utll ldDr C1Ip- dtPn ui tlniltlt eL at a 4LWpr bottle fWga4tJadto id a fre1tide paper iieedft aid t VaIt a WiOsSStoday to Pn yrp ipwjr v ntkM iio m t PorbThed CrjMi t Itri lri II T rTz i r Iw 1n- I L i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER ir 1908 t IIS RIN6FIE SUN 413UBD EVERY WEDNESDAY iBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR I fr Advance JlMEItS GORE Editor and Publisher thepotceatzy Springfield the uuseconq matter rf JTEHMS OF SUBSpRIPTION 4Sroiit Y i i i i 50 hnouncemerits J CHtCUIT COURT JUDGE Ife are authorized to announce IH-J JThurnian as a candidate for reelection C bi ttie4office of Circuit Judge C + Et venthJ1aicia1 District composed r C toe xiounties of Marion Washington Taylor and Green subject to the action lf the Democratic Primary Sat l rdayy December 19 1908 COMONWEALTI1S ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R L t hin of Green countyas a candidate jterrerelectionjjoVthe office of Common i BaHha Attorney ptthe Eleventh Ju dicial giatricttcomposedof the counties f nd Wasbing Jt cozities subject to the action of tJaeipNemocratic party Primary Satur r 19 1908 t OMMONWEAtITHS ATTORNEY ifc are authorized to announce Glem tHjll of Marion county as a candi liatiifbr Commonwealths Attorney of- me Eleventh Judicial Ilistrfct corn ke4 pf the cotirities of Marion Thy JcMi Green and Washington subject to the mctibn of the Democratic party JFtimary Saturday December 19 1908i j FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce A Ot XjmbfiU as a candidate for the nominR Vgwt ior Sheriff oi Washington county timbjtct to the actioJ1otth Democratic J rty Sam 1 Oampbelh Will Merritt Sanders and I1l Virgin i Y FOR SHERIFF We are authbrized to announce S J jfcderson for Sheriff of Washington ftiuitff subject to the action of the ra tic party Deputies Byron ke Geo Powell Sam Hale and Ht Eddleman Ttr FOR GQUNTYATTQRNfiY announceTS1Qtipn to the office of County Attorney 4 Washington county subject to the ac of the IJempcratic Party Primary flection Nov 28 1908 COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce BL nlue asa candidate for lominatiolto the office of County udg ton subject Ho the action of the- Demociath party Primary Nov 28 1QOB Election Nov 1909 ICOUNTY COURT CpERK We are authorized toannounce W P Booker as a candidate for reelection to the office of County Court Olerk ubject to the action of the Dernpcratic primary Nov 28 1908f FOR C1RCUITCLERK We are authorized to announce Rob HBtt Neasacandidate for relection to1 the office of Circuit Clerk of Wash county subject to the action of the Democratic Party Primary Nov 281908 FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Geo D Catlett for reelection to the office of 1 Jii1er Washington county subjecttp the action of thq Democratic party J i maryNoy 28 1908 Election Nov 1909 JAILERcWe are authorized to announce foch ard Riley as a candidate for the nomina ton of Jailer of Washington county t subject to the action of the Democratic vt Wmary Nov 28 1908 Election 1QftQiSoy SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT W e are aut announce W- Brh as a candidate for reelection to th office of School Superintendent of Washington COUfltJ subject to the ac tion of the Democratic Party Primary jof 28 1908 Elention Nov 1909 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W T Jlitchell as a candidate for Assessor of Washington county subjectto the ac tion of the Democratic Party Primary Nov 28 1908 Election Nov 1909 i T B 0 Bryan Your support earnestly solicited FOR ASSESSOR We are authonzed to announce C N Wilett as candidate for Assessor of 4 Washington county subject to the ac non of the Democratic Primary Npv4 28 1908 Election Nov 1909 Deputy J R Ward Your support so itedy FOR MAGISTRATE are authorized to announce J A Medley as a candidate for Magistrate iii MagisteriEldistrict No Nov 1 and 9 subject to the action of i the Democratic Party Priniary Nov t rtlQOB Election Nov 1909 rc IJUF3S In the Public yO rr M Constans French Ambassador Turkey Mrs J Ellen Foster and 11cr Campaign Work Among Women French am THE to- Const1ntinople J A B Constans who will figure in the conference of the powers over the situation in the Bal kans and the rights a of Turkey was born in 1833 in the south 4 badanoth1epoiit of France and has 3 I ical and diplomatic career In 188G he was appointed ambassadorMobtained for his country several modi fications of the treaty of Tientsin Re turning to France in the following year lIe secured the post of governor general of Ind Chlnn but a difference of Opinion with the colonial office speedily brought about his resig nation General BoiQanger was the next object of his attack and after a prolonged struggle the general was forced to fly the country a defeated man Three years later after a vio lent scene in the chamber M ConstaIis resigned and lived in retirement till called to represent France atiGon- 8ttlntfnople in 1899 M Constaiis believes that there pre but four notes in the human keyboardnamely vanity timidity sentiment and interest To his skill in finding which note to play M Const ns largely owes his sue ess perhemRde1itpetuous politician grew afraid 01 his Implacable antagonist I must lull Constans or Constans will kill me said the general one day Some one carried the remark to Constans He smiled That is the first sensible remark Boulanger hasevermade he said Women have been prominent in the 1908 campaign and all the parties have Utilized their services In the Repub fflMRS J ELLEN FOBTEK lican camp th work of organizing clubs and crystallizing sentiment for the benefit of Judge Tafts candidacy has been in charge of Mrs J Ellen Foster whose career as a political speaker extends over a period of a quarter of a century She was born in assachusetts and her father a Meth odist minister was prominent in the antislavery movement Her husband E C Foster was a lawyer and under his direction she studied law and was admited to the bar being the first Woman admitted to practice in the supreme court of the state of Iowa where her residence was at that time She first became prominent as a speaker In temperance work conducted by the W C T U In 1892 she was active In the campaign of President Ben jamln Harrison for reelection In 1900 Mrs Foster was appointed by Secretary of State John Hay to represent the United States at the in ternational Red Cross conference at St Petersburg In 1905 she accom panied the Taft party to the Philip pines and made a special report to President Roosevelt on the condition of women and children there Mrs Foster then made a trip around the world In the course of which she studied the condition of women and children in China and India As a speaker she is possessed of much ar gumentative power and tn very ready wit Once she was arguing in behalf of the industrial Interests of women before a congressional com mittee nememberyouwho have gold in your teeth she said in closing that the poor working girl hasnt anys Needs All of It fit pever saw anybody as cool self possessed and quick to act in time of Imminent danger as that man Globbs Chauffeur uNo Just a common pedestrian Chicago Tribune L L IL b SYCAMORE VALLEY We v are still haying dry weather and stock water is very scarce T W Suth erland had a spring to bubble up on his place where there was never one before and it affords plenty of water for both stock arid domestic use RevA C Pinkston is holding a series of meetings at Hillsboro Every one is cordially invited to attend The school is progressing nicely under the management Miss Margie Bonta Mrd J H Settles is still on the sick list at this writing Mr and Mrs Clay Foster of Tatham Springs were pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs J M Shields Saturday night and Sunday Mrs James Coulter was called to the bedside of her daughter in Oklahoma Clifton Thomas is quite ill of fever Little Mary Hazel Kays has pneu monia l Mr and Mrs Will Bqwles visited the latters parents at Maoville Several from here attended the supper at Wilhsburg Saturday night Mr and Mrs S H Crook were in town Monday Mr and Mrs Jess Haydon of Pleas ant Grove visited Mr Haydons moth er Mrs Richard Bishop Sunday Mr J H Settles and little daughter Mattie spent several days with his brother at Lebanon Mrs Clark of Fairview is spending several weeks with her son Mr L M Clark at this place Mr and Mrs John Leachman and daughter Lillian spent Sunday with James Coulter and family Less Settles spent Saturday night with Tom McllvoVf There have been several tobacco buy ers around here They have bought several crops at from 12J to 16 cents per pound 00What has become of our Sparrow correspondent We would like to hear from himiagain Mjtid Your Business If you ftoiit nobody will It is your business to keep out of all the trouble you can and you can arid will keep out of liver and bowel trouble if you take Dr KingkNewLifePills They keep biliousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 25c at Haydon Rob ertsons drug store The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sun land CourierJournal SL5a t Young Mens Clothes Ederheimer Stein It Co I Makers know what You work is ina ball game Yo j learn what it means in the cloth ing hus ness when you buy one of these EC erheimer tein made overcoats Wear showing Te whole force of the gre t EderheimcrStem or gan zation and the ability and strength of this store are directed to just one end betterIcare you young men you have ever been cared foribefore Thats team wo t willgiveyou the bea overcoat you ever wore Get it now I Th Robertson CWybrooke Co INCORPORATED j OOOOooOooooOoooooooot1oooooo i n AUTUMN = = STYLES I H i5 We other makes of Suits and are extra at 5 V1S t stock of Suits and now for your JYou owe it to see our 5 Or 0O WASHING OF EYES Htow to Bathe Them Properly With Lotions If more persons knew that the eye balls need bathing quite as much as the body stand would be without an eye cup and lotion for this purpose In washing the eyes use a special glass that may be bought at any druggists This cup shaped something like a wIneglass except that It Is instead of round and has rim that slopes down In the mid dIe to fit the eyes To use this little vessel fill it three full of lotion or is prescribed then place close ly about ee and throw back the head In this position Open and shut so that the ball thoroughly bathed As to the lotion for lthe bath an excellent and simple wash that will the ball ajxdrclieve a feverish or tired sensation made by boiling and halt a pint of water and pouring Into while still warm one half teaspoonful ot refined borax and ten drops of spirits of says Washington Star Let this cool thoni filter again through a piece of thin The cup may be partly filled with this liquid morning and night and any time during the day when eyes feel tired It be applied as pre vloUsjIy directed arid after using for a time will usually clear away the yel low scum so frequently seen on eye balls and so disfiguring Be fore applying any lotion the eyes must always be carehiljy bathed In warm water For eyesi that anj weak a tonic wash recommended by English oculists Is made in this way Duehalf of an ounce of rock salt and Ounce of dry sul phate of zinc simmered in a perfectly clean covered po celaln vessel with three pints of water until the ingredi eats are aUdlssoh edStrlIn through thJck clean muslin add one ounce 4frosewater and cork tightly Use when the eyes feel w ak If the lotion smarts add a little water The eye cup should be kept per ectly clean If after simple homo treatment the eyeballs continue to show yellowish no time should be lost in consulting a phYsl lan for something wrong with the system Is Indicated Any Inflammation ofj the eyes Is likely to Itself by secretion on the lids In the morning and this condition should be checked before It leads Into another more state After bathing with either of the lotions given the edgqs of tie lids should be covered at night with a paste made of two and onehalf centigrams each of oxide of zinc and isubacetate of load twentyfive centigrams of oil of sweet almonds three grams of white vase line andl three of tincture of 3i tTHEN you buy your Fall and 2 n 7D4Winterif that the garment is jnade right Whats f 0 the good of buying clothes that have 00Q poor trimmings and liningsIts like S buying a brick house with a wooden fj Ontloun0theggreat importance pf having cloth WJingf you mightastellbuY the cloth alone o arid let your wife or sister make YOur ol c1otheaand we feel certain that they Jj A will make them better than agoodo ar many garments offered for v g gWevpYou should wearr pi x theyre made in the sanitary g clothing shops of Strouse Bros l29Baltimore makers of the famous o High Art Brand Jj f 0Sees- wear has this label in it WHEY LOOK 2 aRIGHT WriEN YOU BUY THEM AND STAY 2l V RIGHT YOU WEAR THEM They 5 21 0 tailored1designed and carefully exam ined by exptsand the beauty of it tt all these clothes are moderate in pricavS when you take into consideration the 2 I superior workmanship 2l p Prices 1500 2500I0Every garment is guaranteed 1 o 0 S have Menls Overcoats that values 5 to 1 Full Boys Overcoats ready inspection to yourself large stock before buying1 IlThe ROBERTSONCLAYBROOK COt Q O t INCORPORATED a OOOOOGOOCOOCCOOCCOQOCOCGOO 0 OOOOOOq3OGOQooGOOOOOCOOOO o3oOocoooooooooooooooo o J nQ dressing is elongated a quarters whatever liquid It the the eye Is cleanse Is filterIng It camphor the muslin the should alway i 01 e appearance exhibit serious drops S your sale AHER re t to Denzoln IIs well to have this compounded by a chemist for should there be the least lump or grain It Is apt to find its way Into the eye and cause irritation In making any lotion at home too much care cannot be given to filtering and should the liquid become cloudy after a time it must be strained again to prevent causing irritation t How to Renovate Old Furniture There are many ways of renovating tthodsvar utah from the piece of furniture to be treated getting right down to the bare wood To aid in this work a cabinet scraper or glass will be necessary and a bottle of wood alcohol to soften the varnish After the varnish is removed sandpaper the wood to a smooth sur face At least four coats of finishing varnish will be required and after each has become thoroughly dry rub lightly with fine sandpaper After the last coat of varnish has dried for two lays rub boiled linseed oil on the treated surfaces with a sQft cloth How to Preserve Linoleum Good linoleum Is in Its first cost an expensive kitchen floor covering but it can be made to last practically a lifetime by the very simple device of giving it a coat of spar varnish every six months at a cost of perhaps 30 cents for a room 10 by 12 Apply at night and it will be dry In the morn big An pllcloth or a linoleum so much worn that this treatment may not seem goingoverworth while can have Its period of glue water Before either application wash and thoroughly dry the floor COy ering NOTICE TO HUNTERS t J The following gentlemen announc that their lands are posted and they forbid huntipg on their premises Par- tIes caught hunting upon telands of any of the undersigned will be prose cuted to the fullest extent of the law WoodfordGraves H P Mudd Dee Riley Hite Clements Sam Phillips J I Martin W G Grundy CL Grundy T A Grundy 7RJ Youngf Conrad Hertlein IV Fr Booker Harry Thompson B F Simms Camp eIfBoUom T Dudley Tapp W FMorLn Son place4inlthis20c aname cash in advance Ed- I CANARY k U Mr Ray Logsdpn bought of KrJ Austin Clark one mare price unknown Little Miss Hida Whitemaispent- part I ot last week with her cousinjr1 garet Winters r teifweek v f Mrs G W Fenwick was in Lebanon one day last week f MIssLizzie Hanrahan has returned t to her htfrne near Bardstown afterViu pleasant visit to the Misses Tobin Mrs Roy Fenwick and daughter are spending several weeks with Mr G W Fenwick and family Mr Arthur Fauth returned homela 1itweek after ia pleasant visit to hl ltgrandparents Mr nd Mrs Henry Whiteman near Booker j Miss Adray Canary spent one day last week with her aunt MrsLefe r WMrsspent Sunday in Mackville V S f Mr J W Perkins sold his farint t Mr Wm Roe price unknown T V Mrs Bettie Canary anq daerMaggie were guests of her sisters4- Misses Mattie and Jewell Hiatt 9ft MajCkville Saturday and Sunday t Watcfierf Fifteen Years c iFor fifteen years Ihave wafufIeai the workingof Bucklens Arnica Salyej and it has never failed to cure anyiv sore boil ulcer or burn to wlu h 1tuapplied It has saved us many a doctor Ibill says A F Hardy Iof East Wil 1 ton Maine 25c at Haydon Robert sons drug store t Residence Catches Fire v J Elizabethtown News Theraeidenciiv of the late Mr W L Curtiyj abRinejl Jyule caught fire Monday morning andi his remains barely tcaped btanjc pre K mated The fire au btIromad feL tive flue and allot Rieyvill wal biif hand to put it out Mr Qurbys reb f mains were rescued from the hummX7X house and carried to a neighbors Th5 fire was put out after burning th roofer and weather boarding The low is v placed at 300 with nodn u nctThftJ Scene ot carrying the deadman body out from the grasp of the ftamewu ifione of the most ever wit nesaed by tbecittzerusotthat sectIQ 1 r4J Th Sprincfieia Sun 100 pr ytAiv tlilt Sun and CJpuriersIounial lliBJd V 9 a p a e 1i f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 ir roesir f t c 4 r I f a JFJi f Lets Get Acquainted 1 OOD Jewelry buying means better storetWell sell you your future jeWelry if present satisfactory dealings count JewelryIand Cut Glass are found here for every season and occasion as they approach recogrtIZeSlarge degree founded upon sentiment I a feeling between buyer and seller t of Will Confidence appreciation and good ri JAMES J1 GRAVES h SprlnlflldJKJ i iDr T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST T ethExtracted With out Pain CROWN WORK SPECIALTY t S All Dental Work Strjctly First KyUfhcein t local News Notes i i Try ourvcorsety you will like it t t v WILLIAMS LOST Compressed Air Tank and Pomp Return to Dr S J Smock t OperHouse a 18 I t low ingqreiFOR SALE OR TMy house o Davidson Avenue C W STALLINGS f r Ltv Something neW in Veiling Collars and Belts WILLIAMS I isellyour Hides and Furs to Grin stead He pays highest prices Jones oldstand Tickets for the Austin Hunter lecturer Wednesday Nov 18 on sale at the Red Cross iJrug Store By mistake a one man crosscut saw was laid in a wagon standing on the stoeet Mond yWill the finder of same return to this office Remembers that I have Skin Food Face Creams etc that are superior to any others WILLIAMS FooT BALL The St Marys Jrs SaturdaytNoy 14 at High School Park t POUND WATCH Call upon Theo lastYMondayt r A nice line of skirts at very low J prJcesat Mrs Williams Mr Austin Hunter J who will lectu here next Wednesday evening is a of Americas foremost platform speak ers I a =Mr S H4 Bishop h3 rented the store room forinerly occupied by T I McElroy and Will open up an uptodi grocery within the next few days I have reduced the price on every h in my house Call to see me and get a bargain MRS WILLIAMS Superintendent of Public Instruction Grabbe has notified Superintendent Bush that the money for teachers can nob be sent this week Check will be sent at an early date Dont fail to hear Mr Austin Hunter WednesdayeVenmgNoy Wm Ernest Crime Jr arrive at the home of Dr and Mrs Crumb et Fredericksburg last Thursday and Twill from this time henceforth be masterof ceremonies in the home of tne genial doctor and his wife I My trimming department is prepared to give the very best service at reason Mable 11 fquntitheof Manon county for Commonwealths JuJcialdjstri partyHeto the position to which he aspires he will discharge the duties of the o fice with credit to himself and to the dis trict + l rOne of the most successful protra ted meetings ever held in S ringfi ld was closed at the Baptist thurchFrday d tonuctedjwho1J m d li erect many strong and instructive jser mone and won the esteem and affection of the large congregation He is a powerful pulpit speaker his sermons were both logical and entertaining land he was always greeted by large audi antes There were fortytwo additions to the church thirtyone by baptism The lecture of Mr Austin Hunter at the Opera HOUSP next Wednesday eve nmg will be one of the best ever heard f in Springfield Mr Hunter possesses the natural elements of a fine orator has a strong presence a splendid voice ready deliverance and always has something of value to say He has snared po pains to thoroughly prepare himself for the platform being a grad tJniversityHiram Chicago The lecture will be a treat The rain camel All things come to those whowait The shower of Monday andnon day beastiThtcoriin all sections of the State had suffered for water for weeks and in many places tt was necessary to haul water many miles for drinking purp ses fore t fires have been raging and much clumae has been done to fencing Along the railroads many miles offence have been burned and in nut a few in stances stables and dwellings have been burned to the ground Betweenlthis city and Louisville res ave devastated timber lands and damaged to the extent ot thousands of do liars farm property It was found neces ar to keep employed a large force of e fightin fireoSalt River at rdsI Toreenergywill adbe relieved and will again be permit ed to listen to theo the Babbling j r for Rent On East Main street near school house one residence with 6 room all kitcrenPrlce MBurtonnerreI Seven Ye rs of Proof Ithat1anten of throat chest or lungs says W V haats years t r Kings New Discovery the best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fev r bronchitis hemor rhage of the lung and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the de elopment of pneu Haydonj 100 Trial bott a free oaoe eoaeaaa e eoea naI Noteso e 0aHRoundo I Personal Newse0qeO80epeoeoeoeqpeoeoeo Misses Naomi and Nancy Head are visiting their uncle Mr W F Moran this week f rsiS H Bishop whohas ben quite for several days is about well again J ValleyHillTucker Monday MapleHillson Monday spentSundayof near Valley HIllIMr WD Claybrooke has moved to the farm he recently purchased of Mr Hugh Stiles near town and is now a full fledged farmer Messrs Will F Simms and Will ONan were in Louisville last week Mr Gilbert Carpenter of Alabama is spending a few days with relatives here Mr Green Jones of Louisville was Werje Sunday to see his sister MrsJ A Tong Miss Sarah Wilson of Bardstown is the guest of Miss Ellen Gregory of Pleasant Grove Messrs W W Spalding and Cleni HIlIofLebanonlwere in town Tuesday LMiss Susie Penn left Tuesday morning to visit her brother at Georgetown Mrs J S Hayes is visiting her sister Mrs Shem Bishop Mr Will ONan was in Danvill- Monday e 1fMiss Lizzie Leachman Will spent- Thursday in Louisville Miss Fannie Wall has returned home after a several days stay in Louisville LMrs David Litsey has returned home after a visit to Mrs Mary Phill ips of Lebanon Miss Mabel Thompson will leave Thursday for Louisville to spend sev eral days with Misses Sue and Mary Sweeney Master Roger Martin who has been quite ill for several days is improving 1 Misses Mildred aqd Alma Spalding of Lebanon visited Miss Eleanor Duncan Tuesday +Mr Neal Boblitt of Danville is visitIng his parents Mr and Mrs R C Boblitt yMrs J F Sirams and daughter Miss Anna J are spending a few days in Louisville Mr Frank Thompson and family relyMiss Lillian Anderson of Danville isthe guest ofher aunt Mrs HMO Nan IGeoMshauntyof Louisville sMtsSallie Shaunty Mr Sylvester Russell S r of Ijieb anon was in town Saturday MrJ C Shader Jr has returned spendingaI rsJ C Shader The Misses Biyen of St Marys Chicagodvisited here Tuesday Mrs Sallie W Simms visited he brother Mr Richard Watnen o Bardstown Junction last week Miss Jennie Cokendolpher of Cha lin is the truest of her sister Mrs W GrigsbyJ Mr H M Grundy was in Wake field Sunday Mrs Roy Fenwick and daughter lff1 Ji r I J I + iJ 7iI L tt l Iti 4 J11t r5 1 ittt f1r t i QfI i III ObaJcCU i t ftti r s lrr i i GrowersjIT 2i II Of Washington and Adt4 c ijoining Counties 6 Ij c t kt itt f t We liave secured a competent man to manage the Tiobatco Warehousfcf riL is i and will open a Loose Leaf Market at Springfield We have been assured I 4it II that buyers representing all the largest tobacco dealers of the world will f I if be on our daily sales We ask the farmers of this section 1o cooperate f I with us in this movement We ask you tobrijig us some tobacco that weYmay show you and others that this is the best method of putting your tor 4n L 17 ife jibacc on the market You have here a competitive sale when each pil e t l Jp f T VSOld ito they highest bidder thus securing the best price tJ II Usf i So hold on a few days until we can get started and give us a trfri We will be ready as soon as we can have seasons to handle tobacco vt V f We mean what we say you shall have what your tobacco is worths S II trif ttWAREHOUSE GO t CA r I 1 II r tI fJ1t1 r of Corbiri are visiting friends and rel atives here T Miss Annie McChord returned home Friday after a three weeks visit to relatives in Danville Dr and Mrs E M Miller of New Hope are visiting atthe home of Dr W FTrusjty Mr and Mrs J C Shader were in Lebanon Tuesday Mrs Percy Johnson and child and Mrs Will Hodgin and child of Leb anon spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Fred Hagan Mr T B Flajigher has returned hewas1Iby the death of his mother Mr S H Bishop is in Louisville purchasing his s cklof goods for his new grocery to be opened next week Mr Walter Foley who has been engaged with the Home Comfort Range Company now canvassing this State has returned to his home here for a two weeks vacation The May Farris McKinney Chapter of the Daughters of the Contederacy was entertained by Mesdames M W Hyatt ard J R Durrett last Saturday afternoon at the formers home and a nt1MusicPrice and Nellie Greene At the conclusion of the exercises the following officers were elected Mrs J R Dur rett President Mrs Oscar Walker 111aytsfPried Reading Secretar Miss Nellie PopePHistorian and Mrs Walker Auditor After the election of officers refresh ments were served The Sun and Courli r Journal Si50 The SUP and CourierJournal SL50 How to Make an Excellent Desk Pad careIsuccessfully was seen among some new things trot long ago Two pieces of cardboard about 20 by 14 Inches In size were pasted to maklingcoverThis was covered by a piece of flow ered cretonne neatly turned at thee edges and these raw edges covered by a piece jof firm white paper which ex the entire inside of the tendedfver cr more pieces of blotting pa per wer inserted and fastened hy rib bons pa sed through both covers and blotting paper aiid tied on the outside A picca of ribbon of the sairfe shade but wId r was fastened so that it ran diagonally across each cover and tying held the leaves in place How to Make an Execllcnt Pudding Put in a mixing dish onehalf cupfu of molasses one cupful of sweet milk one cupful of see edand floured raisins or currants Mix one level tea spoonful of soda one teaspopnful of cinnamon onehalf teaspoonful of cloves with two cupfuls of graham molnsIses twothIrdsiTwo one pound cans may be used if preferred but pudding must be steam usedItoo rich may be used Shells All Around Kind LadyAnd you say at Chicka immga you were where the shells were thickestSandy Pikes Yes mum passed through dat town stowed away In car full of egg crates Chicago NewsaI t IW jSPRINGFJ EX aiMlrh M tfAIIW I Grand Display tL tReadT 1irlmtneana to Childrens H A T S s L i Mu c fl l My line of Millinery this Ml ex L J cells any In fildj arid it will pay you to see this display L I AM PREPARED TO LL iKBiblr OF TRIMMING A3 JtKASpNjJpLj PRICESw6 Miss Willie Knatt r t b 1 1 NOTICE lit I t All Taxes Mustbe Raid on or BEFORE December 1 After that date the penalty goes on Pay now and save money 3ILNEV SOURNE Sheriff Washington Countyrr y I i tEEtH RACTEfwxTiIoIrl yrcwT Tw wiTwTTHE r t I TieABCandXY- ZofADVERTISINGj IASERIES OF TEN T LKS1Q ADVERTISING WfittM lit Seymour Eaton of Philadelphia r No5 Ncrer spring a big newspaperraaverse ent upon the public unexpectedly Make it an invariable rule to lead up by two or three nicely graded steps tojthe important announce i t inent to be made People take aCertain pleasure out of anticipation They enjoy their dinner all the more tf they have been anxiously waiting to hear the Dell But if you open uPyour morning newspaper and find blazed forth in big headlines the advertisement of something startlingly new you are stunned rather than yourhave been loolong for this announcement and each 47 getting a little mbre curious about it you get your self keyed up in anticipation and then if the announce went is even better than you had imagined you sur render in a body elDont s government two j cents for carrying aletter or a circular worthless than two cents y The average i4ycr ser will shave off 15 cents a thousand on envelopes and a quarter of a cent a pound endpaper and beat down the printer in price so that he L is obliged to usa 30cent ink and by various other r thousandt Vr He will then pay the government 20 for carrying his stingy badlyprinted cheap looking 6 worth oft stuff and pat himself on the back for being economical t t Dont waste gray matter on your competitor No k matter how entertainingly he lies you go right on telling the plain blunt kind of truth thatmotherused jytomake Truth can be made far more entertaining than falsehood Dont be afraid to call a spade a spadel Jf tide goods are shoddy advertise them as shoddy t r IYC good sTioddy measure and change shoddy prices prefertshoddy prefer to eat it to wear it to ba entertained bvii If you have news to print about your storesome call it advertising dont order twentythree styles of i type withwhirligig borders and a crazy badlyengrav t ed picture The mummer pn New Years Day or thet clown at Barnums may look funny but he couldnt 4 make good on the road selling gold watches The advertiser has an idea that the more fool things he drags into his copy the more entertaining it is The clown has the very same ideaVThe great thing in all advertising is not quantify of circulation but quality cif your copy printed in a newspaper the readers of which are able to buy your ts goods i t Copyright 1908 by Tribune Company Chicago J Enlarging Your Business If you are in tbusiness and you want to make c more money you c f will readeVery s word we have to say Are you spending your money for s d vertising in hap hazard fashion as if intended- for charity or do you adver= directjresults Did you ever top to think how your advertising can be made a source of profit to youand how its value can bet measured in dollars and JOUire money away AdYertising is a modera bustn = necessity biitmust be conducted on business t J principles If you ate not j tIedwithyour advcrtisiaf you should set aside A ccrtaia F r amount of money tob spent SVV 1 J annually and then carefully note the effect it has in in creasing your volume of bus ness whether a 10 jao or 30 per cent increase If you watch this gain froth year to you will become intensely in terested in your advertising and how you can make it en large your business If you try this method we believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store We will be pleased tp have you call on us and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches and how it can be used in whatever amount that- seems necessary to you If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community if ft l = The Field Off Politics l Gbanl ras aCampaignerEugene- Vr Debs and the Socialist System of Winning Votes indeedz a that Lewis 8fs1 a Stu cesantChan- k 4s ler made as Dein g ocratlc c a n d I date for govern or of New YorK in the closing camryypain And no less arduous and energetic was the tour of his Republicans oppo LEWIS s CHANLERnent Charles E Hughes The two men passed and repassed each other on the railroads put up sometimes at the same hotel and on several occasions their itineraries coin cided so closely tqat without any intention of so doing they found them selves holding rival meetings In smaller towns of the state at the same time Automobiles were pressed Into serv Ice by both candidates in covering country as well as city districts and in this way both were able to filla great many speaking engagements in the course of a days campaign labors While the two candidates conducted so vigorous a canvass both were care ful to avoid personalities and to treat each other wlLh unfailing courtesy The campaign of two years ago which resulted in the election of Mr Hughes the head of the Republican ticket for governor and of the Demo cratlc candidates for the other state offices placed Mr Chanler and Mr Hughes in peculiar relations As lieu tenant governor Mr Chanler has often been called on tq appear with Mr Hughes at public functions or to con sider public matters with him as a member of the state government One of these occasions was when Just the outset of the campaign atI Hughes and Lieutenant Ghanler met at a State fair and spoko from the same platform on nonpolitical subjects Under uch circumstances it would be difficult for some men not to permit political differences to affect their personal relations and their con duct toward each other in public Mr Chanler is Jin effective speaker and a good campaigner and he has a splendid physique which enables him to undergo prolonged strain without incurring great fatigue t Thomas D Long Democratic nominee for governor in Montana is a lawyer and was born k 14irfOctchosen assist twas 1f Cl ant attorney gener d t 1NtfittflIonDemocrats carriedf t hIte elec r x f tition In Montana when JK Toole was reelectedgov- ernor He was the THOMAS D LONG first governor and has been honored with several re elections Eugene V DebS who has made a remarkable campaign as the Socialist candidate for president attracting more attention for the principles he represents than they ever before re c EUGENE V DEBS celved In this country claims that Abraham Lincoln would have stood for the same things that socialism does if he bad lived at this time lnthe course of his canvass he paid a visit toILlncolnsltomb at Springfield Ill Standing by the sarcophagus of the m rtyr president he delivered a eulogy upon him saving among other things Slave power which loathed and despised Lincoln was no more heartless fdRYl tion In bondage Debs and his associates lay gr at stress on the slavery of today as they term it and theyfind argumeiits on this subject particularly effective among the colored voters The Social lath count on gaining recruits from the Democratic party among the labor ing men and from the Republican party among the cojpred voters The Socialists headed by Debs have a vast army of speakers paid and un paid and these men appear on street is Samuel tampers and His Long La bor ReeordOther Figures In the rQJitI altoBattle ftcorners in the large cities during thn state and national campaigns outlin ing the party principles and selllqg the publications in which the partys recommendations are described Of course a radical party like the Social fists has active opponents and at meet ings when these opponents are present the speakers set aside a period in which questions slay be asked Sometimes a quick witted Socialist is able to make the questioners appear ridiculousand It Is seldom that a meeting of this de scription terminates without a dis turbance of more or less Importance The size of the socialistic vote in this country is rapidly increasing and this fact is the more noteworthy because the partys organization Is by no means complete Debs proudly states that his party Isa volunteer party making material progress with out office or patronage The paid workers of other parties have no coun terpart In the district organizations ofI the Socialists and this fact is one causes most worry to the Democratic and Republican leaders They realize that a party popular enough to attract hundreds of volunteer workers Is cer tain to become a national factor wor thy qf serious consideration If Indeed the Socialist party has not already become such h Samuel Gompers has hrtd plenty of publicity in the campaign of 1908 on account of the controversy over the position taken by him in the support of the Democratic national ticket As BAMUEIi GOMPEBS president of the American Federation of Labor Mr Gompers is always u busy man but because of the active part he has taken in politics this year his duties have been exceptionally many and laborious For several years he won reelection as head of the American Federation of Labor after contests which threatened the continuance of his power The next meeting of the federation occasions especial Interest on account of the controversies expected to arise over the question of Indorsement of President Gompers course In the campaign It Is twentysix years since Mr Gom pers was first chosen presIdenVof the Federation of Labor and every year since with One exception 1894 he has been reelected Under his direction the order has Increased in numbers un til It Is now 2000000 strong apd Is ac counted the most influential body of organized wage earners in the world Mr Gompers was born In London in 1850 and for forty years and more has been identified with union labor Many a time he could have had posi lions which would have paid i him n larger salary than that which he receives as president of the American Federation of Labor but his sympathy with the cause of labor prevented him from accepting them Ue Is a poor man Is proud of It and expects to die poor He has no ambition to make money and chooses rather to devote his energies to uplifting his fellow workers and leaving them as a class when he dies better off than they would have been but for his Having lived The political contest in Rhode Island has excited interest this year On account of the value to both motional tickets of the electoral votes of the commonwealth and the complications f caused by local isK j3tfor governor A amkiK J Pothier of Woon socket and the Dem ocrats Gluey1 Arnold of Providence ThekDemocrats made much In their cam paign of the charge that the influence In Republican c unA J POTIUER cils of the blind leader C R Brlxyton- was still potent Constitutional amendment has been one of the issues in Rhode Island Hardly Chums Are you acquainted with the wit ness I cant say that I am Have you ever met hIm Well coming up this morning We went to sleep in the same car Just a acquaintance i CARE or A DOG How He Should Be Treated to Keeji t Him In Good Condition i A dogs digestion Is almost Identical with a mans except that It requires twice as much time Scraps from the table will usually form a properly balanced ration Let the dog foods alone Give the puppy three meals a day un til he Is eight months old Then two meals only Dont let him have all he will eat says the St Paul Pioneer Press A house dog should have his heavy meal in the morning and the light one at night An outdoor dog needs the heavy meal at night tokeep him warm through the night If a dog Is costive stir his sluggish liver by a dose of onehalf teaspoonful each of buckthorn and castor oil A spoonful of raw black molasses will act nsn mild laxative This is especially good for puppies for In this they get in soluble form the salt they require Table salt they are slow to assimilate ofdogsbecause dogs do not perspire through the skins aswe do but from the tongue Soap and water robs the hair of necessary oil The proper way to clean the hair Is- by brushing with a coarse handbrush White dogs are cleaned by rubbing In then brushing out powdered magne sia Fleas do not breed In the hair of dogs but in sandy soil They get on the dog but he suffers more discom fort than pain from their bites Cedar excelsior as bedding In the kennel is a tried and tested flea ex terminator If your nearest upholsterer cannot let you have a pound of It try rubbing your dogs pelt with a magnesia brick which you have sat urated with 10 cents worth of spirits of camphori How to Care For Oriental Rugs Oriental rugs require little care but that little must be Intelligent The pile of a rug slants from the web just like the hair of a fur Brushing the wrong way is most harmful irritating ruffling and un twisting the yarn and forcing dust and dirt into the texture Servants should be made tp pass the hand back and forth over a rug until the slant of the nap is understood They should be instructed under pain of dismissal always to sWeep with the napOccasionally moisture is necessary to remove fine dust that dims the luster This is best applied in the form of snow or of damp sawdust that the broom or carpet sweeper removes Furniture and shoes are the arch enemies of rugs in the American home Their sharp edges and corners quickly destroy domestic rugs and tithe temper of even flue orientals They are most injurious In combina tion with sand and gravel I et a sharp fllit pebble be ground In by a nail studded heel and damage is inevitable Injuries should be carefully repaired A stitch in time saves the rug How to Roast a Duck Fpr a small Thanksgiving dinner ducklings may be substituted for a turkey Select those whose bills and legs are smooth and yellow For easy plucking put the ducks In a wash boiler in which there Is boiling water Place them on a couple of blocks of wood which have been put in the boiler for that purpose Let them steam for n few minutes when thmr feathers can be plucked aj tasl is those of a chicken 4 Draw and singe the ducks wipe them Inside Snd out with a damp cloth rub well with pepper and salt and fill them with the following dress lugcTwo cupfuls of bread crumbs a minced onion that has been fried In butter a tablespoonful of b tter and half a cupful of thick stewed toma toes Baste every few minutes and bake a rich brown Serve with gib let sauce colored with tomato juice How to Brighten Old Mahogany- If your mahogany looks grayish and grimy dont be afraid to give it a good bath Housewives do not realize the value of soap and water on old ma hogany it cleans the wood as noth ing else does Take a bowl or a bucket of warm water into which has been put a tablespoonful or more of olive oil and a few shavings of custlle soap Use a soft or a fresh piece of cheesecloth WrlngNlt out in the water so that you will not ruin the carpet or the floor Go Injto all the crevices of the car lu wTCbr the cheesecloth wrapped fltfout a snrall pointed stlcf v Be sure that every piece of tHe wood Is dried with fpc h eneesecloth or a bit ot soft fill el How to Cure Blisters on Feet Blisters of the feet usually at the heel are due to friction by rough shoes Dr wrinkled stockings The fluidsbbuld be allowed to escape through a minute hole made by the point of a sterilized needle and the skin left In pldce To avoid these blisters the shoes should be well fitting and the stockings quite smooth Before starting out on a long tramp dust the feet with this powder Burnt alum fit grams salicylic acid 22 grams starch 15 grams talcum powder 50 grams How to Stuff a Turkey Make a stuffing for turkey of a large cupful of crumbs seasoning with parsley sweet marjoram and thyme and moisten with melted butter Chop twenty small oysters fine and mix with the dressing If you prefer you may leave the oysters whole With this tufting fill the breast of tie turkey y r ONLY l PER YEAR JVLYx 1 1 f fj PER YEAR kr j t I 4 It r 2 4 di h J fttq lfrt j r I TH SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER ir 1908 t t I b 1a Jilll IDll Iv iLAx IHioIt1io SweetrIjf I HJRAMJUDsONwosdistur but d Imixture of business and jam jly matters He cordially detested the t combination having endeavored tot raise his children particularly his son JTrefi in simple hon sty and without too much knowledge of business life Sro1r the speculative side I He did not know whether to be glad tor sorry that he had read all the new novels dealing with the stock market entanglements and gone to modern business plays appearing at the thea ier It was one thing to have knowl dealingInf J another to discover through this wis dom disagreeable complications Involv lug his son Ills trusted stenographer Miss Alice Cresswell and heaven only knew how many more His wife and hImitcrcommon in the books he had read and Ithe plays he bad seen f was shortly alter he began cornering the orange market that the dis covery was made He remembered but vaguely the first Instance when his attention had been drawn to a strip of ivhite paper lying upon the stenog rap ers desk on which a number of characters from the typewriter were Inscribed He bald no particular attention to the matter at the time but since then the strips of paper had appeared more I frequently Yesterday he had discov ied a new one and when Miss Cress well was out to lunch his suspicions f led him to examine her desk disclosing several more I Judson held the strips of paper in hIs fingers They were apparently in nocent and all bore a harmless series pf typewriter characters The one he Ict discovered the previous day had th following marks upon it- t 28XX 697 X7 = 5Q 5 2VThemore he looked at the odd charter upon the strips of paper the mare Judson felt within him that he iiad stumbled upon an incriminating STUMBLED UPON AN INCBIMINATIKa CIV PHEB cipher Perhaps he was the victim o- ta plot The question rang In his ears Incessantly inigplte of himself SThe idea made him shudder for he z had a suspicion that his son Fred had left the Incriminating paper on Miss Cressweira desk It had appeared there shortly before she went to much when Fred was in the room and with in five minutes after he left Miss Crcsswell put on her jacket rather hastily and followed He had the Florida orange crop well in hand but there was a hitch in the 1puthern California product Matters had to be handled skillfully and a little information placed in certain hands would undoubtedly ruin him at this particular timeiiaa ulv ja Iiad p vet confidence In Miss Cromwell She was the dangle of a raid business associate who had failed and Judson had given the gijl work in his office which she needed badly His son of course was the apple of his eye and would ultimately fall heir to his Immense fortune Fred was just finishing UP his law studies and had never dabbled in stocksat least to his fathers knowledge He bad no money to dabble in them with and yetthose books those plays I wish I had never read those books x r seen those plays said Judson to filmself I would rather my son would rob me of my last penny than that I should distrust him for a single c moment With thl he tried to dismiss the matter from his mind but the cipher bad done Its work He could make nothing of the char on the paper strips The ques Ip8Cters at the close of the one he the prcTious day he took Somebody wanted to know something Miss Cressfell knew his Wrets thoroughlv Was Fred try ing to sell him out The question fairly burned into his brain Next day Judson was on the alert Fred came Into office shortly be fore noon as usual and they passed customary greetings The young man apparently paid no attention to Miss Cresswell yet Judson observed him leaVen strip of paper on her desk The girl studied it intently while to all ap pearances going on with her typewriting Fred left the office and In a short time Judson saw Miss Cresswell slip the paper under her notebook and pre to leave When she had gone on rnsheil eagerly to get the paper f ITJUds examined it as closely as he had f the others but the characters Were Greek to Today they were l f lt9Ilows fn f I i 8ItheJone le had found the day prev1ou only possible clew was a repetition of the group of characters 59J6 The combinations were apparently without rhyme or reason and he was complete ly baffled Itt took some time before he could bring himself to decisive action yet the following day he expected to draw into his control the outstanding prod uct which meant his success or failure at cornering the orange market He knew he must a Immediately if at tall When the girl returned he decided to make the first test I noticed this little slip of paper blow on to the floor after you left All Ice he observed striving to speak v kindly and wlthout em tlonII it anything that you care about1He watched her carefully and saw IuNonmered in contusIonuI was just clean- Ing up the machine a little and wanted to see If those characters were clear She attempted to speak quietly but her eyes did not seek his with their usual directness His heart sank at her perfidy tThe type was the same as that on her ma chine but he knew that Fred and not Miss Cresswell had written them mi doubtedly on the same kind of type THE GIRL STUDIED IT INTENTIiY writer in some other office What of tewrlte17InsuIt a cipher expert and see if the riddle could be solved that wzy Gath helwentthings Farquahar greeted him cordially He knew there was something Important on hand when he received a visit from Hiram Judson I have a little problem here fory to unravel said Judson speak ouI firmly Farquahar could see that was greatly wrbught up What make of typewriter is thIsIwas Farquahars first question ining the strips Judson told him he believed it was exactly similar to the one in his of fica 1 can tell you one thing about this cipher Immediately said Farquahar incisively It is either a very easy one or a very shrewd one I could perhaps tell Immediately If I saw the machine on which it was written or one exactly like it Is your office va cant at the present time j Judson nodded Well Jet us go down there now and itI elevat6r to his toreIhead with his handkerchief he asked himself did he want ot know what the characters all meant i He had halt a mind to write FarquaI har a check for 5 Qand tell leave the Job alone But Farquahar bustled actively Into the office ahead of him where the Jan sweepingI said Judson He cloSed the door after the janitor Farquahar looked at the machine carefully You might as well wltch this little experiment he lU If It suo ports INotOlT IS KOTHIKU lIt will save me a trip to the sales of- fled to see other maehinps Judson sank on a chair helplessly He could not remember when he had been eo nervous in years You observe said tile expert that this typewriter has two shift keys One gives you all capital letters and the other when pressed down In place gives you all figured and Characters It Is apparent that In writing these strips of paper the character key was pressed down It is possible that the characters stand for the letters that would appear if the other shift had been used We will see upIlout the day bearing ow figures and characters 28 007 = 59C 5 2 IIt held his breath as the experiment progressed Farquahar pressed downI the capital Shift key and fastened place Thou ho began to strike the keys containing the figures and characters on the strip FIrdt he struck the figure 2 and obtained the corresponding capital W Then he struck the figure 8 and got a capital I Then he struck the two characters anti obtained two cap tillsAh I tlInir we are on the right track he said quickly Judson jump ed nervously You see tire capital shift gives us f i a word according tom The 4IIftiwill go on further Judson watched in fear and trem bIngJs the expert continued When Farquahar had finished he handed the sheet of paper to Judson Evidently the other strips will have WHiIi YOU LUNCh TODAY AT SWAN B to be translated before the connection is obtained he observed Judson read the sentence with blurred eyes Wlll you lunch today at Swans Then his senses awoke Give me another he asked hold lug out d nervous hand Farquahar had already tapped it off todayAYes 1 understand he almost shouted 41 see the whole now His face was fairly llIiimlned Must be good news thud Farqua har noting the marked change Judson dId not reply but turned around to his desk and sera tchea oil a cheek for 50 Dont translate any more he ordered handing the check over to FarqUahar Just show me how that blamed thing works and Ill find out for myself what the young rascals been up to- Farquahar was completely In the dark but he made the required ex planations and left the office with Judson punching at the typewriter with his big heavy fingers As he progressed Judsons enthusiasm grew He became more animated as each strip was translated and oc boyIshhe hiid made out the following sen tences at the end of about an hours hard workypickliig on the typewriter Must keep dad in the dark awhile longer Walt till the deal In oranges is over with Will meet you at the doorway this noon Am sure he doesnt suspect us sweetheart Will be my own boss when I get into law practice Hiram Judson was somewhat of an oldfashlbned heartvasIwhat is commonly known as in the right place He sat quietly In his chair for some time occasionally wip ing his eyeglasses frequently in fact He thought over his Ufelongac quaintance with Jim Cresswell Alices father They were men of the same HE BURST INTO ALMOST BOYISH IiAUOHTEK stamp and he knew the girl was worthy of any young man although penniless He crumpled the strips of paper ih his hand and his throat grew dry as he thought of his distrust BlaSjt these modern business sto ries he ejaculated rising from his chair The next day Hiram Judson was the big man of thj street for he had suc ceeded Iin corne lpg the orange mar ket trangers had his name upon their and friends showered corn- piirneu4s unon hin Kt the greatest pleasure of all to him was a quiet litItl of own He iuseiitod himself from the office at a ti ne when he knew Fred would be there and summoning a messenger boy sent up a little package he had careful y arranged It wrs addressed to Alice and with Fred pending over her shoulder she opened It The package contained flowers and accompanying them was Insfrlptlono1 1305 9 4575S9 49L The looked at the inscription in amazement Sonebody has discovered our ci phcrf cried Fred They looked at each other in confusion and then young Judson fell to work on the typewriter The translation was quickly made Tietise accept congratulations from dad Both iicolored violently and then Fred put his arms proudly around the girl and kissed her fervently Oh Fred do you understand 1 vhispercl the giil unnvlng the hair VII FleE DO yOU UND USTAND crushed flowers up till their odor was penetrating Yes answered Judson holding her closely Yes Alice I know For the flowers which good old fashioned Hiram Judson had sent were orange blossoms l THe Buyers IGuideI art repre Mated ia HI advertising colnnuu eYeryImay ts tpeni Tae fact that tie rpiJII Out a4Yextlsing col1imn comprise a Buyers Guide to fair r j If dealing good goods atnest price AliiL YI7Jtu we ews thC ZCh deaths affairs comings fiH J Dont Use a Scarecrow 4 To Drive Away the fl 1MailOrder Wolf You can drive him out P 1Iu tXtTr quickly you use the piailI w 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a complete courjN Iuoittand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and ort1ndarid iUigsSchoolGet full particulars from the editor of this paper or Rev GraAViaflr or write direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue LiivI1le Ky t fl i J i PPP 1SS1IPP iTT T rflWrf rww r i vt y i y L ig THE SPRINGFIELD SUN t WESNESDAY t NOVEMBER Ir208jf5 r t I fk ASSUGGESTED i BY NDRAII Vy Maiildn Hendertofi Whe1ck ASsociatedf V f Ordinarily the merry clatter of pans siuad kettles aiidth C1eerfulswlsb of iKj81id as Norah dexterous hands t 1l pul ted the dishcloth formed an Wiv wg accprnpaniment to the ten Irstrains 4of Kathleen Mavoiirneeri pr tie rollicking melody of Uory 6SforeV vjBut this morning no fresh young Iris T6ice caroled forth through the open window Hbore her kitchen table ian l the cornors of Noratfs wide red Vmputh had a pathetic droop wholly put of keeping with a mativity which unequivocally proclaimed itself in ev efy feature wfJ3yen the cutter and swish had a Hbdued sound as though the pots and kettles and the soapsuds realizing that rsPrrowliad invaded their domain were JhfuJ tendering a seemly acknowledg anerit This explains how it came about that another sound also subdued and like ofacquaintiricewlthf window and fell suddenly on Norahs Jeilr y JThIsivas nothing more nor less than u murBed sob anda single glance through the wIndow sufficed to show TAt it had proceeded from the ham- qipck swing in the shade Of the big crab apple tree in the back yard This hammock supposed to be NQr ahs own par lcukfr retreat In her hours of leisurepwas now occupied by i turribled hep of pink gingham Which lay with iace forlornly burled in- xa weather beaten pillow Nprah watched for a pondering mo woeJbtha corner pl her apron and hastened down the kitchen steps in the directionof the hammock deeper burrowing of the bead into the pillow a louder und more soulful 1b and a more vicious output of the ilpngj black leg rewarded her initial In tquiry as to the cause of anguish so acute 5Biit presently the story came o Aunt Beth had broken her promise Non1 knew of the picnic this after nponat Watsons grove Norali did and fjartlveV wiped away iirffd fresb tears as she made a sad llt tie sound in her throat Indicative of assents For was there not to bes ance in the evening and wasnt she herself tP have gone 1 idi 4 now well now she wasnt go t lngv and something that she knew in hw hit W uld have been saId to night would never be said now J s Well after promising positively more than a week ago that she the aggrieved imesbould go to this picnic in Uncle Xarprs machine along with Uncle Lar tryand Aunt Beth herself slie the AuntIannounced not half c4 an hour ago that so far as she and the aggrieved one were concerned there WAS to be not only no picnic but Thot1nc1e Larry ftheaggrieved one knew that uncle had been up to date merely in honorary title and that not for spme months yet was Uncle Larry to have jqorne into full possession of the aggrieved one asa really and truly nIece- This had been a matter of minor Im port since It hardly seemed t possible that the emoluments ensuing frpm the possession of a truly uncle could be greater than were those of one so prlv fl g das to own an Uncle Larry in prpspectu i Supplies of candy and motor rides eciild scarcelv In any rncp bo more steady There hadnt as yet been any picnlcs fpr this isthe first of the season And now there wasnt ever going to be any picnic and no truly Uncle Larry 4S this edict of Aurit Beth with all- VJ potential consequences came back tp her afrPs the aggrieved one emit rg particularly vociferous wall and i giving muscular vent to her despair In a final vicious kick flung herself out 9f the hammock upon Korans own grief burdened breast Why Norah youre crying too The aggrieved ones sobs underwent a Hidden cessation as she became aware of this heretofore unheard of lachrymal proceeding on the part of Jiftppy Norah cII cant help It miss Im sesn orry f6r Miss Beth sobbed Xornh 4nutkliig sa futile attempt to stanch the flpw of tears on the corner of the long suffering apron 4orry for Aunt Beth This was an tlrelyTnew find rather absurd view he situation rWhy Norah What afe you sorry for Aunt Beth for hJBecahsc oh miss because sheI dont maiie It She dont Iver In worrld mane a wond aV It More wonders Not mean It Why if this were true and Aunt Beth really didnt mean it then there wasnt any body to be sorry for The aggrieved Ones voice had a sudden Joyful note of hopeJ tOh do you think she dldiit really jneu it Norah rhen whatever made ier slY it jS Ocli belike jist a fdolistrquar- r ljlst a foolish foolish quarrel an l nov shes like to rulfl her whole lolfe e notgitlii in Chats thewAy gurrls SSf etheyIl bedyln to UJfk oop but f its die theyklU give tnlvA lfl li jlst as bad for tneyll tnk1iJair worrd for It ansthny iiiny they hal anny sinse rl1H nJtIl tlic poor gurrl wn J to h r own henrr allf l t r r- 1i f J thfeyd mak her own oop to It Och poor Miss Beth J All she wants is for him to mak her own Oop an its cryc in Jier purty eyes outShe is this mln utet Ill be wagering The aggrieved one slid to the ground and stared for a moment iu open eyed amazeneut at the expanse of green gingham flung in an Abandon of mis ery Qer Nor bowed head T ien theIeyes out A big brown eye applied to the keyhole corroborated the small ears testimony Aunt Beth must certainly be very very sorry indeed If her pres ent apparent misery were any indica tion of the depth of her penitence Having fully satisfied herself upon this point the aggrieved one again on tiptoe retraced her way to the lower hall listened at the farther end until the rattle of pans and kettles proclaimed the resumption of Norahs inter- Tupted duties then sped swiftly down the path to the barn and a passageway into the alley Nor did she stop until she had traversed a dis tance of some blocks j The door of the ornate garage which was her destination stood open Uncle Larry and the chauffeur were doing something to the big machine LarrySbetruIYdidntmean gazqtoj which confronted him waytocomprehenslonlug reached he stooped caught the aggrieved one inj his arms and set her in the tonneau the machine Now tell me all about it he said Who doesnt mean what and what authority have you for supposing she doesnt mean it Aunt Beth Norah said she didnt mean it The big wrench in the hands of the chauffeur suddenly ceased manlpula tions an Intricate part of the machinery seeming at the moment to demand close and silent scrutiny Norah said girls were all like that theyd be dying to make up she said menIoughtsense they would Shesaid she knew Aunt Beth would be crying her eyes out an she was Uncle Larry for I slipped upstairs an she was on the bed with her handkerchief up to her eyes an she was crying like anything An Norah cried so hardhersetf youd most think sjie was the one that had quarreled with you an wanted to makeup an wouldnt An please Uncle Larry wont you make Aunt Beth let you keep on being my uncleAl1 hell go to the picnic too if youll make her Norah says thats all she wantsjust to have you make her- Master and man exchanged a dart lug glance a sudden illumination on the face of ea hs1UIlJ drive the big car myself this afternoon Nolan said Uncle Larry And if you care to come over to the picnic later in the afternoon and stay for the dance in the evening you may take the runabout Sparring Will you take me to the theater to night Yes if you want to go Do you want to go I wouldnt go unless you really wanted to go Dont you Want to gor Of course if you want But 1 wouldnt think of taking you unless you want to see the play And r win not go unless you want VIto say wheth eryou want to go Of Course 1 see now that you do not want to go and In that case we will stay at = Itie ont to go though jf you want to go TJlpU Jf OOUiiii ypa Wvt i4J whether you want to take me so I we shall stay at borne IOn the cOntrary ifyou want to go we go If you dont want td go we seIwith me I want to go About this time he looked at his watch and found that they could not theICOttS s verThought When a certain country storekeeper who was plo the iostmajjter of the borough begap the transaction of bnsi iieps one morning about ayear ago he found that the safe in which were kept the postage stamps had been robbed during the night and promptly reported the matter to the proper authorities The latter decided after an investiga tion that restitution should be made for the stolen stamps but that the ex pense of repairing the damage to the safe would have to be borne by the storekeeper which was accordingly done Some time later a second robbery was committed and reported as before as the result of which there was an other investigation which disclosed the fact that the stamps bad been ab Etrkcted on this occasion without any violence tothe safe But bow was it done asked the inspector somewhat puzzled The safe does not seem to be injured at nil I made up my mind I would not IIe caught again replied t postmaster slyly I left it open Closed A reyon going to the same hotel at- fpalm Beach this winter r Good Lord no I came away last lkreai nnd forgot to tip the head Wal- tYerC1Cveiand Leader CHARLES EVAN HUGHES Reelected Governor of New York r SSSS SISISIS1SLSI IYOUR WINTER Should b2 selected now Call upon The Sun and let us 1 iw i assist you Of co rse you will include THE SUN LOOPItR YEARJ 4s iSsS s YOUR BEST FUSS How to Keep Them Looking New and IFrebliKeeping clean Is like keeping linens looking fresh for both need much attention and frcqpent- cleanslngfjlt Of course If women cuii to furriers do this worK they need not be so particular About preventing their muffs collarettes or capes front getting soiled but when the cleanslbg must be done at home too much care cannot be taken to keep them clean j fQr the process of cldanlng ermine coney idngora or any of the white furs real or Imitation Is a long tedious one that takes much strength To begin with they must bo put out on a line and well sunned and aired for a day or two then they must be whipped gently yet firmly with a rat tan stick Until no dust flies when they are s the Washington Stat dirt Is out the fur may poundedjsn Olla line in tbe 8un bath of white san and dDSI mixed half nnc half an oven When ho the pieces must be put Into thin cleanser and the sand and sawdus rubbed well into the fur The eancl when hot loosens the grease and dir from the fur and the sawdust absorb It If after one such rubbing the fur does not look as clean as Is desired the process should be repeated When the dirt Is out the garment or muff must again be pounded with a rattan stick to get out the sand arid sawdust Following tills beating the fur should be placed In a pan filled with cornstarch or plaster of paris which must be rubbed thoroughly mt9itAfter either whitener has ed well Into the pieces the furs must again be put out of doors and whipped with a stick to get put the white dust for if not shaken or beaten the plaster ofpaIs or cornstarcU will lubog on J unpleasautI done toward cleansIng except a gentle beating with a rattan stick And this whipping must be lightly done for the ekiu LJ so fine and tears so easily that a woman cannot be too careful in the beating and the best plan is to have them cleaned by a furrier Beaver mink arid many of the furs with heavy skins are cleaned exactly as are the ermine and other wliitP pieces with the exception of the final rubbing on of cornstarch or plaster of purls The first beating to getout the dust the airing hhd bath of white sand and sawdust must be given these furs to properly cleanse them Pony coats may be successfully leaned in the same way With the heavy long fs such as Alaska sable raccoon and opossum heavyisawdust and sand are omitted for the use of a comb with short teeth know- nI a furriers comb Sables like chinchillas must be planjthey need cleaning How to Make Frozen Pudding pintofIa scant cupful of flour two eggs two tablespoonfuls of gelatin ono quart of crenm one pound of candied fruit four tablespoonfuls of wine Ljbt the milk come to a boll beat the flour one cupful of sugar and the eggs to gether and stir into the boiling milk Cook twenty minutes and add the gelatin which has been soaking one or two hours In water enough to cover It Set away to cool When cool add the wine sugar and creQm Freeze ten minutes then add the candled fruits arid finish freezing Take out the beat o4 pack in a melon mold In Baft and leo for an hour Serve with whippctV Jnreatn t lt 2 Real Estate Bargains iI Springfieldbarn plenty of tobacco I ndCIOse to church and school Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres in Nelson county 3 good barns good dwelling all the farm in grass Price 60 per acre fromSpringfi1ddwelling and barn Close to church and school On good pike Price 15 per acre No 10108 acres 7 miles from Springfield 15 acres Of timber plenty or land new tobacco barn large dwelling well watered fine orchard Close to depot and on good pike Price35 per act e No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good nike 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 18194acres 10 miles from Springfield good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from a depot 1 mile from school and church good stock barn 60 acres of fine bottom land 600 rods pf stone fence Price 32 per acre r No 20215 acres 9 miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres of fine timber fine orchard plenty of grass Price 3250 per acre No 22121 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwelling on a good young orchard good barn and fine water Price 15 per acre No 23139k acres 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 in yard fine cistern atbamfine stock barn all the iarm in grass well watered Less than 3 miles from grad school Pride 40 per a reINo 38180acres 6 miles from Springfield on a good pike most of farm in grass good six room dwelling good stock barn well fenced plenty of stock water good well in yard Price 35 per acre- No 41220 acres 7 miles from Springfield 8 miles from Lebanon new 9 rooiii dwelling good cellar and cistern at house never failing spring Jn yard milk house at spring good orchard plenty ot small fruit 10 acre tobacco stock barn all out buildings plenty of tobacco land plenty of grass Price 45 per acre No 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 80 per acre No 46 98X acres 7 miles from Springfield on a good pike all the farm tobacco land new tobacco barn good dwelling well fenced Price 3750 per acre No 47Town property of all kinds and prices If you want a town home call and see me I haye anything you want at any price No 55200 acres 4 miles from Springfield on a good pike good 9 room dwelling one 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of grass farmsjtuated in one of the best neighborhoods in the county all lime stone land and fine tobacco land Price 75 per acre No 98165 acres 4 miles from Lo retto 1 mile from pike 8 miles from SpringfieJdrKy 7 room dwelling in repair barn and all necessary outbuildings plenty of tobacco land plenty of water plenty of grass all under good fence Price 25 per acre No 9946 acres7 miles from Spring field on good pike good smtfll house tObaccoIjon io SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN R Connor Fredencktown has for sale 130 good stock ewes with good Ducks J R Walker Rt 1 has for sale a lot of good clean timothy hay Prof G W Colyin Springfield has Jerseyboarto Theo Campbell C L Brady Rt 8 has for sale a lot of clover and timothy hay Baled and loose J L Allen has for sale a good har ness and saddle mare TW B t1eyRt 3 has for sale a hay press cheap if taken at once C L Grundy Rt 1 has for sale one thoroughbred Chester White Gilt Richard Riley Springfield wants to rent some corn andwheat land Call over phone or write Case Brady Rt 3 have for sale ten good Southdown bucks from 1 to 4 years oldAlso 10 thoroughbred buck lambs Stiles Thompson Springfield have for sale a lot of stock ewes W P Montgomery Rt 1 hufors- ale 150 Of good seed rye G T Kimberlin Texas has for sale 25 good feeding hogs J F Smith Rt 2 has for sale about 40 bushels of choice seed wheat C H Rt 1 has for sale one hundred blishels of seed JyeiI ti I f J r No 63180acr 5 room dwellirij lgacre tobico barn tYOr rfine water plenty fgr tPriceNo 65170crE 5 miles from ergodfedce5 k barn with metal roof new grani ary some bottom land plenty Pfgra and water Price 4250 per acre fNo 67200 acres 7 miles front dwelllugbathe god Iso k Jarn buggyahedand = out buildings 20 agree of fipe bob torn land 75 actes ptfirie tobacco land IPrice 35 per acre No 68130 acres 8 room bricXdwtlk mgtin good repair welKfencedfini river land ni tine tobacco land Price 60 pfcricrit No 69 450 acres small house 1bit plentottithbexgn4ifine No 701441acresrgQQ dVelllng tacre tobacco harn50lcres of firii bot uplanifor CJefNQ7318O acres 4 room dwelffpr in good repair small stock DArnwell v t watered plenty of grass goodfeoctiV plenty of tobacco land on good pik fmiles from Springfield 7 mile froiiiLebanon Pric 33 per acre flOtliSringfieschQol and close to church good 6 KXi 1 dwelling fine stock barn plenty pf water ot locust fo ts 4o orchard goodJTence Price 25 per acr roUefromSpringfield barn good stock barn small novie plenty of grass and water Price 15000 No 81160 acres 54miI M ftotii Leb Mob 5 miles from Springfield ongoo4 pike 9 room dwelling in food repair good tenant house 3 stock plenty of grass all out WikK ings watered and under fcoodf fence Price 90 per acre t No 83 161iacre8rl UJfromSpringfield 1 mile from gpod road 3 kroom dwelling in good rep ir lmcrit tobacco barn 75 acres of gV Pacres of good tobacco land jjpod iepdi andplenty of water Price Ko 8690 acres 3 ttiTIe frOm Springfield on good road 6 room dwelling in good reIair6 acretobipcpj p barn new stock barnr nouie J good wells goodspring ptentiy Pf ppsts Price 35 per acre J No 904270 acres 9 room brick dwell 1fencedof first bottom rest second bottem neof the best tobacco farms in the cown ty plenty pf grass all the farm ready for the plow Close to achpol idschurch Price 50 per acre Ko 92 l30 acreij 0 mile from Springfield on good 1 milefri OQr and church iil1Jb ut Groy neighborhood 8 room dwelling 16 acre tobacco barn 2 good stock Danw fin young orchard tenant house mllVpt under good fence Price 70 per acre No 94HQuI8and tiI Fenwiclc chapeNP 96136 acre miles from Springfield on gOodpike6 room dwell v stocksbarngood tobacco lapd wellwatered ilenti of grass Price 35 per ce1 l No 9133 acres 8 miles from y Springfield 5 room aweilinc S acre to bacco barn good Stable and ineit house milk house fine orchard of 100 trees Close to school church and I depot Price 30 per acre I No 62150 acres 8 room d weUinf 4 acre t baccobal1 good stock barn some r lngr8 water ed plenty of fruit i this from church 1 mile from ac opl Prjce 45 per acre B D111LA IE THE REAL ESTATE AIifv 7 if I jITSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY J Montgomery S Q Parrott Rt5 has ior sale a Hackney Gelding a pole r H D Stiles Springfield Rt 3 ifa l150 lociistvposts for sale W D brooke iJpringfield has forsaleseedrye 51 T J Graves Springfield has for sale about 200 Water Maple hade trees 15 and 20 cents1 I iJ E Hagan R FJ No 1 Box 16 has for sale 15 bushels of pureVpotatp onion sets and about 5 Is ot large onions i r r W S Gibba pr Will Thpmpipa htf j ffor sale a lot of pumpkins t Mrs RBCregor Rt 3 Lebanon Ky has thorough Bred clicko for W f sale S C Reds p fiJ u50c each sockerela 75c each fcl Rocks pullets ami cockerela SOc jMicIiV These prices good for one mofith G D Parrptt Rt 8 has for jl I1for 40 barrels of corn at JO ctipsr bushel shucked out in the field Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for aa t12 Indian Runner pucks t s I have a nice lot of pure M B tiir keys fur sale Wilt sell toms for 3 IbeI went to rid of theib opt later tbte Xmas 1Miss JJliwi Mclntirt 1 F D 5 phone 99D t Mrs Jno S McElrby htsfji Black Minorca cockerels at ic iik ttinone1 J r iI t f 1 rt 1 t