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J I t j t 7 T t i t tlk i i l4 r iftH tr I yr 9 t bc rinfuth 1 y Uu J- 1JJt11 i hi i r t i i tftI + DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Of WASHINGTON COUNTY t j- ii i i 3 i I i j i 1 L vI f Y t b4LVOLUME IV if SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 908 NHMBEilia Cfi Jtt i- c t L 11 t 1 j T 4 g j Jt tt 1 1 t t MRS JOHN A LOGAN- 1MhOdoitendsJ that poltics wil not be purified until women take a r 1 rl t more actiye part in governmenal affairs L IMPORTANT TO I I4TOBACCOPGROWERS l i j Burley Tobacco Society fles i Prices on the t907Crppeandv v lf 3iroei Date When Sates t tx1 Win Commence lyfl I c At ame tfugof the Executive Com I tirnittee Novernben11th it was decided II r tc the different d of the 1907 17thld1mIyi qH ethat every Okies tobacco may piirticipate Large orders are on thoeopemngSSles to consume the balance of the 1906 crop and a large pjirt of the 1907 crop All purchasers inust take one hogshead of Lthe old crop with every hogshead they rlmytf the 1907 cropiJ BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY Ct4 r f5ofneAfter ElectionTalk t 1 7 Lebanon I iterpnse The prospective Caiiuldcv vf Rp v son for the Democratic nomination for ovemorwassitven quite an impetus i by the Kentucky election returns l i Johnson was the Chairman of the Dem ocratic State Campaign Committee and I t with scarcely a dollar led the fight that placed Kentucky safely in the DemoI t cral C o u 1lhe fight was the Democrats against heavy odds 4p Ii the when itxt During campaign was xVnown thut the Democrats did not have a dollar and the organization was tat tered and torn and badly discouraged numerous politicians said that if the Republicans carried Kentucky it was vail off with Johnsons booth for the ctf governorship By the same token his 7eS boom tag now ssumed larger ftropor fitions Johnson however has never confided to a living man so it is said v that he has an ambition to be Govern I rt of tie is perhaps the most mouthed politician in the State butj there are just a Iqt of Democrats who r feei by intuition that he proposes to jseek the gubernatorial nomination If f j fie does he will be iagood position to start his fight as he ig now in clpser jj tuch with the Democratic organization t Jmr the State ithariv possibly any other lwman t iv 50gi next race for the Democratic ommation for United States Senator rapjii Kentucky is goingto be a hummer tofcourse Senator laynter wjll be a candidate for reelection and it is now + knoxn that he will be opposed by f Barnes There AJe two or tlreeother IloratS whovnovr havs their eyes or tli toga and the chances are thatMic lif will be napup with four or fiv eitries in the fkld Jimesfriends pre t f y 4 J f11 t t dict that he win never be headed and thai when the flag falls several9f the priginal starters will be missing ffidafVote Washington County Iectioni9O8 8G tD rPRECINCTS T ri Fredericktown 1 94 91 207 202 Mooresville 278 78 153 152 Willisburg 3H 180 180 87 87 North 4144 141 71 71 Hendren 5b 155 155 8ti 80 Mackville 6122 121 164 165 Pottsville 7 113 113 162 162 Springfield 190 182 169 177 Springfield 66 65 171 172 Springfield 10114 112 161 161 Kelly Shop 11 97 97 143 145 Brush Grove Ig 162 160 47 49 Total 1515 1498 1615 1623 Pluralities 100 125 TOBACCO WIlfBe Sold Next Saturday By Washington lOunty Ware i Ihouse Company JeIWashington County Tobacco Warehouse ompany Saturday Mr Abram Syd nor the manager has procured a suffi lent amount of tobacco to conduct the first sale andjf the tobacco is in con ition buyers will be notified by tele graph It is expected that a number of representatives of tobacco companies will be present therefore much interest is being manifested in the coming sale t A Dead Dog Harrodsburg Herald While workmen were repairing the front veranda iat the home of Col B L Harding last atur day there was found the mummy of a detailtdoi1gotfoundation of the veranda is continuous t with no place for him to have cqept in and has been there for severityfive or eighty years Maybe the dog crawled in there when the veranda was build ing and Went to sleepy andthe work men having walled him up and nailed down the floor the dog justslept on into eternity i lf v For IRenfc c On East Main street near school house one residence with 6 rooms al- recently papered Water in kitchen Price 10 per month Call on J A BoULWARE Executor c 1JMThirton r NOMINEESf j County Committee Nominates Candidates For County Of ficeOnly Three TickI ets Upon Ballot At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee on last Saturday November 14 the following candidates who had no opposition before the pri mary on the 28th were nominated For the Legislature ilJ Graham For County Judge B L Litsey For Cpunty Attorney T S Mayes For Qounty Clerk W F Booker For Circuit Clerk Robt Noe For School Commissioner J W Bush For oroner Dr Ernest Grume For Surveyor Wm Roberts The action of the Committee makes it unnecessary to place the names of these candidates upon the ballot to be voted at the coming primary The names of the candidats for Sheriff Asaessdr and Jailer will be all that will be printed upon the ballot and thus the voting will be greatly simplified To vote for a candidate fur Sheriff As sessor and Jailer will only be necessary to stamp the X mark in theJit tie square opposite the name of the man of your choice The following are the officers for the Democratic primary Saturday Nov 28 FredercktownFraIk Keene Alex Thompson Judges W G Grundy Sheriff j T Hamilton Clerk MooresvilleJno Cutsinger Bruc8 Williams Judges B F S ttleiClerk Joe Hayes Sheriff NorthW T Bowen Geo Bowen Judges Frank Adams Clerk WK Robertson Sheriff HendrenW L Graham James Pinkston Judges Wayne Burns Clerk W L Seay Sheriff Mackville Hilton WVHatcliett Judge Drew YancyV Sheriff Joe Wycoff Clerk y Willi bur Ellis Steel James Mcll voy Judges Ezra Jones Sheriff Wm Cheatham Clerk Spriqgfield No 8HiR Thompson Gregory Edelen Judges Rod Neale Clerk Kent Smith Sheriff Spririgfield No 9J Rich Smith Polin Edelen Judges James Montgom ery Cferk Richard Osbourn Sheriff Springfield No 10Will Clements J Y Mayes Judges Thos Mullican Sheri Wm Rudd Clerk Kelly ShopTSterling Thompson Mitt C1erkJtpotthvilleFlcece Bosley J W Gor don Judges Geo Mayes Clerk Kobr Arnold Sheriff Brush GroyeLuther Kirsch Jno Arnold Judges Bob Thompson Sheriff WJ T Hardesty Clerk Terrible Tragedy r Frankfort Ky Noy15After al most severing the heads of lid two small children while they slept so that they make any outcry as the sharp Iblade was drawn across their lit tIe Mrs Agnes Leitner cut her throats and died a few minutes r her children and cutting her own throat frum ear to ear Mrs Leitner threw the razorinto the fireplace and staggered into the room of the woman with f whom she boarded She was gasping for breath but man aged to articulate a faintcry for as slsta ceo Sh was beforje she could do out nod her head in answer to the question Did you do it Th triple tragedy was enacted this after voon between 2 and 3 6clock at a hum le home in a suburb oi Frankfort known as Thorn Hill The people who lived there were poor The deadwo man her two children and her husband hadInly one room of the he use which was owned by William Lori and o4 i1 pied y him and his family LONG LICK Miss Mary Brewer and MIss Hattie Bowes are visiting Misg Sadie Mayes BcthelwhichlIssteat Se reral from this place attended the bapt zing at Russells pond Wednesday Thera were twentyeight candidates zed Raybourne andldaugh rva spent Wecinesflay MI1Maggie Graves Wm Graves spent W Mr and Mrs James i dfeSda I f DEMOCRATS i Will Elect New County Commit- i tee On Next Saturday i IIn compliance with the party law the Democratic voters of the twelye vot ing precincts of Washington county are hereby called to meet at their respective voting places at two oclock stand ard time Saturday November 21 and proceed to the election of a precinct committeeman in each of said twelve precincts On Monday November 23 these precinct committeemen duly elected Sat urday November 21 are called to meet m Springfield Ky for the purpose of electing a cHairman arid secretary t ROGERS GORE Chairman Dem Co Corn lUG TOBACCO CONFERENCE The American Tobacco Co And rt Burley Society Will Get To gether With View of Clos ink Big Deal Tuesdays Louisville Times It was learned this morning that the confer enee of the officials of the American Tobacco Company and the officers of the Burley TJobacco Societyloking to the purchase Vy the company of at least 60 per cent and possibly more of the 80000000 pounds of Burley leaf now in the pool will be resumed in Louisville fdiTTfiifrsday Both sides are hopeful that the deal may be closed The American Tobacco Company will be represented by R K Smith the di rectormanager of the company H K Walker one of the tompanys expert buyers John Middleton also connected with the company and A J Carroll attorney for the corporation The Burley Society will be represented by Pres ident Clarence LeJBus and a number of the members of the Executiye Board The representatives of the growere will arrive here either tomorrow night or Thursday morning The American Tobacco Comcany so it is said will make astrong effort to buy the tobacco at market prices and will pay for it inspot cash The grow 1erswant to sell but are holding out for their price Daring feat rV lrt m Horald Wednesday rf ternoon while Misses Nellie RoBads Ann Bixler Susie Mitchell and Jennie Parish were driving down College street a tront wheel of the buggy in which they were riding let down throwing the young ladies to the ground but none of them were injured The horse became frightened and ran to Main street at fun speed dragging the buggy with him A number of men tried to stop him but thinking dis cretion the better part ot valor let the horse go by He continued running until he reached Main street and oppo site the Mercer National Bank when Albert Condra a cow boy from Garden City Kansas who is here with a lot of horses ran intO the street and caught the horses bridle threw his other arm over the animals necfifand gracelully ran along with him for some yards and then halted him The act was witnessed 1iullcut I Moneyless But Faithful t Hartford Herald The Democrats of Kentucky deserve tip greatest commendation for their vJVY gallant work t With no money except that which came tout of their own individual purses the theIfought a great fight and won a great victory All honor to the men inthe trenches and also to the men on the- tlcokoutrnOneyIess but faithful to the last 1Hq v j f k f iI r o ir f 1r j I 4v ptS- Ir V p yj r- I PSY4y444S4 4 1 iN 4t 1 t149rtj t JOIN MITUjLL The farnouslabor leader is doing mu2ht 1i hiA W buid ustthe bilirig millions t I r MESSAGE FROM WM J BRYAN Confidence Yet In People unri J reels Certain TheNationWil Finally Realize Great Caise JI William Jennings Bryan has issued the following statement The election has gone against us by a decisive majority The returns are not all in and it is impossible at the present time to analyze them are to say i hat causes contributed most to the Repub victoryWe our fight upon a platform which embodied what we believed to be gpod for the American people but it is for the people themselves to decide what laws they desire and whatmeth ods of government they prefer 1 have faith that the publicity which we asked tor will yet commend itself to the American people that the election of Senators by the people will be secured that the iniquities of trusts will arouse an opposition that wilt jrei bUlL Ill tllC cuiiiiiiullun Of tliu pliiiwl iC of private monopoly HIam coniiaent that the people will see the necessity for the labor legislaj tion and the tariff reduction whi h our platform demanded I am confident inlthisgreater protection to bank depositors The above are the most prominent reforms for wElch we labored and I believe that these reforms will yet come together with more effective regulation of railroads and in depend 1HThenomination their command and have led as best 1 could Words will not express my grat tude for the deyotion which has been shown by millions of Democrats Neither can I adequately express my appreciation for the kind words which haye been spoken since the election If I coul t regard the defeat as purely a personal one I would it a blessing rather than a misfortune for 1 am relieved of the burdens and responsibilities of an office that is at tractive only in proportion as it gives an opportunity to render a larger public service But r shall serve as willingly in a private capacity as in a public one God does not require great things of us He only requires that ve improve the opportunities that are presented and J shall be glad to improve theoP portunities for service presented by private life In this hour of national defeat 1 find some consolation in the cordial sup port giyen by my neighbors by the cit izens of Lincoln and by thapeopie the State f Jebraska With a Dem- ocraticrGovehiorddi Democratic Leg ti I 1Jl t tcislaturepractice omu hQf the Dnrplftt t form as relates tot State leplt1Qn s and I lriistthat our Stat illf 3tR example that will aat influ ncortfJo dir th JutionII dJA r t County Teachers Askiatht Y The Semi Annual Ke ting pi tbi leW tioh will be held at Springfield Fiadiyl Nov 27 A splendid proam lias been arranged consisting of ap ech f iid dresses etc by the teachers ahclfj others on educational subjects There will be rencferedan cxcelliintL tJl quartetsI ri iMrs Herbert W Afang t Seief4 E1iathalI iocSiS 1tY laD address cn rol Improvement L agu iWork V IThis meeting will nt He for t achera only but for all citizens interted inL J education If you are not mtercatid come aiid let us interest vouinthifc great work The trustees haY midW this Friday after ThanksHwvin V free day to all teachers of thc un ty who attend f There can be no good reason for thctV absence of a white teachers of the Cuqtysavf illness4 Let w have Var C Veacher rthe coqnty precep t 1 OWJ 11 r Vtn lJlWj J tee of Ih e county present ci f J WBua Ji i ffThe Hunting Season v 1 J ILouisvIlle Herald Today uih riiIof the spprtsman d 1lhttKi From notf pnor the next few weiiiu the popping of gunswill be ardvl throughoUt the land and Ihjt wihi lif of field and wood will spend itXtda aW bewildered trepidation i ff Thus man returns to the primal 1n stinct that vrove him rthttforai1Ifor his daily provriderin the Wa btf fore ngrIcuira and ltockyardsbgaD to supply jhis needs in afcientiiicL mln ncr r It must seern strangle tp the birds an beasts this sudden explotion of hti inanity Could they Reason Ifhat woulv be tbeif Judment9 beings who fiiid pleasure In mflictinjf paul and dath oft inoffensive creatures In their own struggle for exiatence they hive thir tragedies but these ar bawd upon tbe o f necessities ofenatureM iniit-of their haunts with snare adgmi jj too o ten wanton X t As civilization progreiwiK tl hunting pnssipnwiir disappear Alreadyw itr jlearnmg to value the Birol frthen as lastrQyer of harJ iuir r r sects and vcominfc 1p appre Hi- beauty and wonder pf the life longs to the little wildanimallfe I woods The camera ia suprsedin shotgun intelliit stuy and unJb standng a iingthpee f t less deatrtIbn Th j tJPs n e lb tutV uutflz mf W 1t I 11 kS ti5 I t 1 f1 L f3TV I 1T Y 4P J r ji 4 i 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 8 1908 l J J j r lI = 7 7I1II + rti2 i cr 4I JJ L 110 C 4 tr 1 t I 4 c t lr ilr4fJi r 1elit 4 tI a vYfr we JI I H Iti l 1 Ti bI CANYQUBEATTHIS I t JIj pK J 1 Ihe Gostioif 1000lnsurancek t fl f r tilJi r ivv In the Business Men s Life Insurance CompanyI 7 t t- Jyi of Louisville Ky J r jg ftr IJ f l I t T jTHi AGE i J t 20 f9rS lits 21 9I5- i I K4 22 920 nfz J 7 23 925 24 930 5 35 27 94o 948l28 y 9 53Jj I t ji 968 J 1 3 f 976 985It J I P4t20fJf t o- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ON t s r 1 iIi1t Business Mens Life Insurance Louisville KY orI f I Z o LeI VanArsdale Springfield r Ky1 silA1l 44 I 1I t i 1 t Jiiaiiiiiaaiiiliaa iisiiiuisuii Jj Not Dennis Ekkr if t Ai Lebanon Enterprise The Enterprise lkst thgIt received wire from Mid theirnan found near there could not ffb1y pe tat of Elder that the man l Evidently been dead for possibly jjfyear4The body was found about hadr i miles from Middlesboro by thes r road leading to aln abandoned coal I mine and is believed to that of miner who after receiving his monthly I salary had peen killed and robbed and left oh the mountain side The Enter t prise acquainted Mr Elders family of iff the news it had received They were J fcOQrse greAtly elated I have ijiever believed that the body was that sof DenD1ssaida member ot the fam jljV but we have all been very uneasy f We are very thankful to The Enter Uprise for the good news i 4 sfew days ago the body of man was found pn the mountain side few miles from Middlesboro It was in bad state of decomposition and had eyi lain where found for some five- J osix weeks A bullet hole in tIe fore head explained the manner of deatp but whether thew und was selfinflict 4orthe man had been killed and rob bed IS unknown Wednesday the Cour ir ournal contained dispatch from tr iddlesboro in which it was stated that the dead mari is thought to be Frank A Elder of Mr J A Elder of this city who mysteriously disappeared from hotel m Middlesboro on the mght of Oct 6 r Seven Years of Proof Jvi have bad seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the iJegt medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition vvdf throat cHest or lungs I says VI J flenry of tPanama Mo The world has iihad thirty ight years of proof that Dr ICings New Discovery is the best rem edy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemor of the lungs and the early stages consumption Its timely always developmentofpneuof don Robe tsons drug store 50c and 100 Tnal bottle free7 dOOOOOOOOOOOOV IF YOU WANT THE BE- ST3FLOUK ASK YOUR GROCER FOR iffridt if Waikingtan or SprluigflIds Olloici I MANUFACTURED fe W JARBOE CO t fuigJ 4mavket t pncepa1d for WHEAT J 1 J 5 akYt ti t t c AGE 33 997 34 1006 35 T919 36 i033 Im Ib46 tt36 v Q64e 39 1083 fI140tII tn 4J 1125 4 1150 43 1178 F r t r 4 AGE l R1i l li44 1211 45 ti 46 I293F + 47 1335 r 48 1390 49j 1455 50 1532 1615 1 t 52 1709 53 54 1934 55 1f1 i a- r t It a Co 11 r i II f 1fet t j f t4 f r 1tf r IJ i i t t a 5 a be a f a a a j dently a a son a f W rhage use BY t 1 i il1 t 51 I r T1 Letter Heads StatementsU i t jEnvelopes rit r Cards J f 1 8 Anythingand everything in J tfie way of commercial printing j 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 for doing job printing of the right ikInd at the right prices Cards Bill Heads Statementsj Letter Heads I Do I You r Want a FtAkR MpIA H M ZZ ZZ LOOKAT + Cheaper Than You CaiTBuild a louse No Ior60acres 3 milef rom Springfield on good pike good 5 room dwelling good stocjk barn good orchard1all un trgood fence One fourth sql ol andone mile from church Price 1800 Noi 2il9 acres 3 miles Irom Springfield onehalf mile from pike 6 room dwelling smallstock barn plenty of locusts good fence all in grass plenty pf w ter Price 1 200 Im D LAKE Envelopes SMALL THESE 1SPRINGFIELD A wWm Hr spent at home reacts in its benefits profitSo town continuoubepeItthis dollar at home and make a bid for it by judicious advertising Governor Willsons Thanksgiving I V5 Proclamation y By the custom of our fathers and in concord with the Thanksgiving proclamation of the President of the United Ittheall of its people and for each and eyery soul in this Commonwealth the Governor of Kentucky sets the day of prayer and thanksgiving to God on Thursday Noyember twentysixth nineteen hundred and ight No one is so pOor or wretched that he hath not something tothank God for and no one is so blessed that he doth Spot need to bow rn prayer and our peo tlythey should return earnest thanks for the many blessings granted unto us by Providence As Dartners in the heritage power and hopes of our whole country we have great blessings and honors to beIthankful for and as those upon God hath showefed great bounty of cliumate soil wealth beneath the ground of noble deeds and great names1 ofo great sacrifices and great gifts we ought to return fervent thanks and we ought to give covenant to the Lord to hcherishwith each other the covenantof our own laws and customs to build up this Commonwealth and the business of allfthe people to make every family in this Commonwealth rich in the spirit ofr the old Kentucky home generous free and unafraid to welcome useful workers to our State and to win jm keep and hold the faithful love confidence and service of all who are with us now sNowson Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky have set apart and do here by fijf Thurlday the twentysixth day of this November as a day of general thanksgiving and prayer and ask that in so far as in us lies all shall cease from toil and business and Mn our homes and places of worship truly thankour God for our great blessings and pray His gracious Providence and pledge to Him to keep our covenants with our God and each otherof faith t1work ture1In fixed dayofNovembejanc in the one hundredth and seventieth year of the Commonwealth AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky BEN L BR0NER Secretary of State How is Your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowlmg of No 228 Stl AveSan Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters in a caseof acute indi gestioh prompts this testimonial Ian fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the todayThis ti invigorates the system purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 50c at Haydon Robertsons drug store- 1 WE PRINT S1II yTroubles The lieait may be weak just the same as the eyes stomach oif other organs It often happens that a person is born with aweak heart Then again dis ease Severs overexertion anxiety nervousness rheumatism etc weaken the heart The result is shortness of breath pal pit tiol1 pain in the heart or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened wiffi a tonic and for this nothing equals Dr Miles Heart Cure 1thoughtntbcouldmuUcbrcathlngbegan taking Dr Mlle Heart Cure muchbettermedhIneandhow much meMRS TorkYoupreturnprlcto you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind v1 c FP6Jitit 1 Of BushbaK Is Coming In Vogue asa Substitute at Some Colleges For thewoM Exctteraent of the Contest OOTBALL is not the only d ver slon of students that the cot legesda trying to refQrjpoutAv other recreation or sport or c 3ustomIs the cane rush or spree which Uas been handed down from one genera tion of students to another as a trafli ion to be upheld at aH costs decrees f faculties or other powers to the contrary notwithstanding The cane rush Is not usually us bad nsft is painted The degree of roughness which it assumes depends a good deal on the Institution where It lain vogueS nd the number of students participat ng the rules observed or not observed tc Usually It Is the custom of the pper class men to dwell on the dangerous character of the encounter in rder to inspire the freshmen with more or less terror and gtvVthem a change to show of what kind of stuff they are made Many a mammas as lost his timidity and naIdenllnesS- by participating In a scrimmage of tillS kind and in jumping into the thick othe fray and gettlnga taste of what It eels like to be in a real attle V Nevertheless the old fashioned cane is open to criticism In some par ticulars asa college custom There Is now a movement to substitute for It what Is called pushball ThiiiSwhich can be regulated better thaI a cane rush It affords an interesting spectacle and gives the contending c the chance to exhibit their mettle It is exciting without being espe cially dangerous It seems to be find Ing favor this year at a tiumber of the colleges and universities of the land Recently about 400 students of the sophomore and freshman classes of the University of Pennsylvania engaged In a pushball congest on the athletic grounds known as Franklin field The participants wore appropriate qos tumes and some were feitr JilReQ tOrthe cq 4s44 I SCENES AT A PUSHBAIdJ CONTEST waist The classes fought to make goal with a monster globe seven feet in diameter There wnsa resounding thud when after the president of the senior class hud given the signal the freshman and sophomores rushed at each other from opposite sides of the field and met In thp center where the leather sphere became the object of at tack from both classes balanced on scores of hands raised high above heads For a moment it stood as if alive and determined nut to honor efher contestants Then with a rush It floated along impelled by eager sophomore bands just like a big soap bubble In less than tire minutes the sophomores made the goal The fresh men were unable to score so the rec ord was 1O at the end of a twenty minute contest The battle was a gruel lug one and was halted seferal times by the referee to give fallen combat ants opportunity to rise The marshals on the outskirts of the fray kept a lookout to render aid to the injured and the sport on the whole was weir supervised The contest drew a big crowd which evinced Its Interest in the success of the respective classes bj cheers and college cries There is more fairness in a contest In the open under specific rules and with referees to enforce the regula tions than in an unregulated cane rush or In episodes like those of hazing where the students may go to extreme lengths In having their fun or carrying out their ideas as to what college tradi lions require The college boy who spends alhls time poring over his books does not get all out of his stu dent life that he might A little fun and a little rough sport noW and then do him no harm but in the past the Customs prevailing have sometimes given the fun loving spirits rather too much chance and the results have often been harmful to them and their fellow students Felt Smaller Than That You must have felt lII e30 cents when her father turned yoi down Thirty cental I sbouJdsft not Why ft fealf dime was sold the other flay for 71fPh1ladQlpbiftLedgQrHew itA man learns to do by doing re marked the mornllzer t Yes rejoined the demoralirer and j tlso by being do eCbtcago swirT j y i f 0 pro F TrustyS Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY g 4nilworkfflce over Haydon k Berber B DLAKE JnSUiall e Agent c KENrucnfrLifeH Old Massachusetts reliable and the best divid nd paying tJie world Yptu solicited it DR MW HYATT rl DR JNO M SPAULWNG i OFFICE OVER 1 1 JDHE REDjCROSS DRUG STORE SHUNOFIELD icrnicinrS J l 4OFFICEjJDRp Dr SPAULDING to 4 p m J And in office all N tl1 t Dr J C Mudd 4 rSPRINGFIELD eKNTUOYi 1 OFFICE OVER J HAYDOX8 DRUG STOW Office Hours 8 to 9 A Kl to 2 F M J H LAMPTON MD SPRINGFIELD KY t Office in Opera House ri Officephone No 5 Reeidence jo MISS ELLA ADAMS NUN t J V TELEPHONES Day49l b Ti SGOTT MAYES JIAYTLAW +Springfield Ky 1 WIUpractico in the courts bt Wa ElnJrtb U1d adjoiningcounties in the Coartofand ConrtsSf T c C C McCuORDi ATTY ATIAW r Springfield Ky WiUpractlcefin all SUto ann Federal Coirtji L J J m D CLAYBROOKE ji ATTYATLAW i Springfield Ky w Will practice in the course ot Wash fDno ind peals jiningc t thp oorta ofAp 1 f 1 W t SELECMAN AT YATLAW Springfield Ky rf Mid WsahingsoIadjohuin MARSHALL DUNCAN J 2LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Rbb rteon WUhingtonand Court of Appeals jj i S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield KyS 7 CryiniOPUblicsa1es a specialty Will o anywhere Terms reMoa table TT t JOHN Y MAYHS f Funeral Director And Licensed EmbalmerC ii SPRINGFIELD KENTUCK iky c Best Attention Every courtsey sjiown j0 Handsome liRe of Caskets aiul Mrtal bbM Telephone Day Night ft c 1BWeeklyCOurierJoumalt 1 Aq Hera1dtNashville t 1Hf 1 j Weekly Cincinnati 1Th Weekly Atlanta Constitution t 17R SemiWeekly St Liis LTh StIIliWeel lYStLQtiisGJobe 0 Democrat 1Th ThriceaWeek New York World 17S Homeland FarftIlu 1Jcan Agriculturist l7S American EpjtmiitA iNtAmerican Farmer 1 0t Breeders Giette22Icit GentlemanLOSFa- rm Q and Ffreiide 131 Farm Field and Fireide Wt 111bReview of Reviews Lippincotts MagiuHn yvv 1i40 Ledger Monthly1Harpers Magazine L Harpers Wekly 4 Sunny iiu ii i c i i r n t p ilIt l I fo T h1P J THE SPRIHGJFIELD SUN WEDN Iitl H 4z TOdR r t M 4f IALEI l I ttf i IILL AT MY RESIDENCE IN WASHINGTON COUNTY KY ABOUT fiVE MILES NORTHEAST OF SPRINGFIELD NEAR THE BLOOMFIELD PIKE i I 1 IfESDADEC MBER I 08 I SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK Six finely bred brood Mares j Twp work florses5year ld J Two 2 earmd Colts Sired by Chester Dare I 2 O tsl yearling and I 2yearsold ESireJ by Col John L McElroy TWo 2year old Fillies l r Sired by Chester Dare t t1WO agedMules tX ISALETOBEGINAT1OAMDINNER FOR ALL WHO ATTEND r Torino fif t salps for 1000 and over will be on credit of 12 months 7 with in terest from date of sale under 1000 forcash The will I J withPeoplsDepositJc f JOHN KELLY v IP v PilkedUpon Her Bosom i Kentucky Advocate The bloody trag edy enactedbn the streets of Nashville Tenn last Monday afternoon which re suited in the untimely death of Senator Edward W Carmack is one of the most t deplorable that has ever been chronicled in the history of this country and a sad t commentary on American politics Bril liant able and fearless his reputationt as a statesman as an cOextensive with the United States and his tragic ending will be mourned by friend and foe alike As a public speaker and as a writer he had no su periors rand few equals in this or ant other country and when he was a member of the Fiftyfifth Congress Sfrom Tennessee and Josiah Patterson was contesting his seat in that body the peroration of his speech in his own defense may be classed as surpassing eyen the eloquence of S S Prentiss Two 2yearold mare mules 1 weanling mule i yearling mule One Jennet 2yearsold One aged Jennet and Jack colt to One black Jennet 3yearsold 5 milk Cows 2 yearling steers Six Heifers Forty Hogs Forty Seven Sheep WILLBE PREPARED THESALEi QoloUAll a purchaser Mrs W Mr Carmack saith ffl speak sir for1 my native Stateirfor my native South It is a land that has kndwn sorrow a land scarred and riven by the plow share of war and billowed with the graves of her dead but a land of legend a land of song a land of hal lujwed md heroic memories To that land every drop of my blood every fiber of my being every pulsation of my heart is consecrated forever I wjas born of her womb I was nurtured at lier breast and whu my last hour shall come i pray God that I may be pUlowed upon her bosom and rocked to slesep her Render and encircling arms Mind Your Business i If you dont nobodywillI It is feiiisihess to keep out of all the trouble YQu can and you can and will keep 6tt of liver arid bowel trouble if you take Df Kings New Life Pill They keep biliousness malaria dnd jaundice outof your system 25c at Haydon Rob e tsons drug store Those Giddy Girls Harrodsburg Herald A couple of girls thinking to have some fun with a certain yoUng man they expected to call on them during the evening put up a job o do everything he did When the young man arrived and after the usual courtesies the first thing he did was to blow his nose which ekchof the girls promptly imitated with a gig ghng accompaniment Thinking it a peculiar coincidence the young man somewhat nervously stroked his hair Both girls followed suit then he straightened his collar and the girls did the same with a boisterous laugh By this time the wise young man was next to their game Positive of his ground he stooped down and calmly turned up the bottom ot his pants And then it was his time to giggle The Sun and CourierJournal 150 The Springfield Sun LOG per year 4tfViiZIIZIIZRXi itM M W + +MMI LOOK LOO IiGOiniWe are to sell our togNTIRE STOCK OF GOODS tA41CT f 1IIL LIU31T 43 ZDE IN BUSINESSff I 2 4 We want everyone to com and take advantage of this 43I great sate Because we realize as well as everyone + i I else that the public very seldom ever has a chance to Z r buy Oods at cost NojW e mean business this is fakeiand we are no to deceive you Our nO1 iJ- t I tire stock consists ot all riew and uptodaie goods 3W hanHle Schaeffer Bros Clothing of New YorkJnothingbetter fit 13 e in the world We also handle the e + Swann Hat and also the King Quality Shoes + A complete line of Ladies Coat Suits and the finest of Skirts also the Hteatherblppm Undsrskirts A iull line of Ladies 1 11 and Childrens Cloaks and also a nIce line of Millinerv + Goods and Dress Goods ol all kinds ant descrfptions itr Dont delay and dont let people talk you out ofthis because i it is a feat opportunity d you will regr 5t it if gou dont comet Z CountyI+ t tt N7 t I I ti iCfT qJ J SDA 18 1908 = L 7r r Names Noted In the News Harry Payne Whitney and Ills Fa vorite SportsThe Sponsw For the Battleship L North Dakota c F HARRY P c who was a m conspicuous fig i 1u e at the recent- Vanderbllft cup race on Long JIsland is one of the young multi- millionairesi who get much sport out of automo it bIling He had entered a car In the cup race but its steering gertr 4broke on th m way to the track and thus the ma chine was pre HARRY PAYNE WRiT vented from startingSfr the late Willlain 0 Whitney who was secre tary of the navy under President Cleveland and orie of the best known men in the latters cabinet Young Whit ney was graduated from Yale univer scholarshIpinered one of the most brilliant men in Jiis class and received the popular vpte forthe brightest man in 94 graduation from Yale he entered the Columbia Law school but did not fin ish the course After a tour of India whither he went to shoot tigers laud where he was the guest of the viceroy Mr Whitney returned to New York and became associated with his father In the development of his large finan cial operations He is a keen sports playersthterest in racing stables and stock farms as well as automobiling He is also a well known yachtsman and has owned racing craft of several classes since his graduation from college Mrs Harry Payne Whitney was Miss Ger trude VanderbIlt Miss Mary L Burton the Qnsor at the launching of the North Dakota on Nov 10 Is a leader in the younger set of In N D and a type of the enterprising aspiring women who have been sp largely responsi ble for the progress made by the states of the northwest in Industry education I MISS MARY L BURTON and advanced ideas generally The battleship North Dakota is of the Del aware class being of 20000 torts and 510 feet in length She has ten tWelve inch guns and an arm ment which nakes heir one of the mot formidable vessels yet constructed Miss Burton was designated as sponsor for the namesake of the state by Governor Burke v Isaac Guggenheim whose name has figured In the proceedings connected With the trial of Charles W Morse the ice trust magnate isa member of a family which has acquIred fame In a number of widely separated fields The founder of the house Meyer Guggen helm came to this country from Switzerland over sixty years ago and settled In Philadelphia where seven sons were born to himIsaac Daniel Murray Solomon Benjamin Simon and William The brothers do business now under the firm name of M Guggenheims Sons Simon is United States senator from s Colorado The broth 4 ers contrpl very extensive Industrial in terests a noug them the Ameijican Smelt Ing Kefininp company commonly 1 known as the smelter trust Isaac43ug genhelm is treasury er of thiS corpora tion He is also ISAAC OUOGEN president of 1 helIEIYMexican Union railroad managing dl rector of the Guggenheim Exploration company director pf the American smelters Steamship company and in the directorate of a number of banking corporationsAt trial Mr Guggenheims name came up in connection with the formed by Mr Morse for mak- Ing profits out of transactions in ice trust stock Mr Guggenheim was In borne of these pools He referred facetiously in his testimony to some of the deals saying that Morse had told him In nswerto a demand for In poolltt I t t I i t4 t The Guoaenhefoi BrothcrsWhur- Wrlits UonosA Romaflce of the Fleets Visit to Japan Keene the sportsman had handled itwhich accounted for Its failure One of the romances of the stay of the American fleet in Japanese waters was the marriage ot L Calvin Berto lette lieutenant commander of the battleship Vermont to Miss Lucille Meigs of Sail Francisco The groom who is scheduled for promotion to the rank otcommonderc8bl d his father at Wllmlncton Del informing him that he had Pt i + taken a wife The wedding ceremony whichWt WK was performed c JIn the United States consulate in Yokohama by Consulate Chap lain Evans was the result of a romance thatbe gan in San Frau cisco when the fleet stopped 3the J e a t w- mo n tb S ago Lieutenant Corn mander Berto lette then formed the acquaintance J i1 of Miss Meigs and the engage ment was an nounjced I the H weddingbeingars ranged to take L C BEBTOLETTE place upori the return of the fleet from the trip around the world It afterward was arranged that Miss Meigs should go to Yokoha ma in time to meet the fleet there 90 that the ceremony could he performed SaliFranciscoship Korea The action of the Aero Club of Paris in getting up a dinner in honor of Wil bur Wright and In deciding ptt the presentation to him of the clubs 1908 medal mark the acknowledgment by foreign navigators of the air that Mr Wright stands foremost among ttieni His achievements have won honors which he Is bashful at receiving for the social attentions which go with prominence In the field of aeronautics abroad are lnot exactly to his liking He has accustomed to live in very simple fashion and put up with out many things which people often consider the necessities of existence While making their experiments the Wright brothers have had to manage as they cojuld in order to live and go on with their study of air navigation Their success and the orders they have received for aeroplanes place them be yond the necessity of undergp1ntheh- ardships they have cheerfully met in the past But success has not turned their beads or animated them with a desire to febine in the social world While Wilbur Wright upholds the in terests of the family abroad Orville Wright takes care of the home affairs He Is now slowly recovering from the lie received in the accident to his aeroplane durlngi the army tests at but it Is found4hat Jn consequence of that accident and the breaking of a thigh one of his legs will always be shorter than the other Orville Wright is looking forward to the return of his brother from abroad this winter It hot been thought tbat- WUbur Wright would go to Italy when his contract in France was completed but in view of tile accident to his 4l14e- c c4 N 1 TTILBITB WRIGHT brother he probably will return to this country IIt b 6 that Wilbur will complete aeroplane contract for this govern ment In place of Orvjllei It this is done It 1iJlbe in the Interest of time It will depend however on whether thS brothers carry put a plan they have had in mlnTbf getting a place ill the5 t11wb e b riment caxi icarried on the r roaad It k 1-bU they may se Scai or Florida rI f 1 f J 4 r Jfr l i 0 IIILITT IJ R rarrh If you wnta home conielo see m nemSpringfieldpl iijky o gr9sSen of tbbeve o fit well fenced apdwell watered Wilt oneasy terms or cash Price 1 000j atbestwater in yard goodwell 6pej igr6und good garden gtxxi house new Price 300000 House Ifr rooms jMjrWdf fM stable fine garden lien ous house fine pastures in ia teyirjnecessary 2100UK L c This property js anly market for a short time ft want any of it call oft 6r k me at once 1- BDLAKEReal Estate Agt I prin- tIekIWi i CE o you remember as a Soy bow delighted you were with1yburflr STEVENS Truly an eventattkd time Give YOUR JrtllE STEVENS now WflLmcT 1oShappiness sand educaticm MAKE A MAN OFlrbUK 1OTI if ot BTEVTK3 JUTLE8 t SHOI8OH8 vPISTOLS teaa yoar D lejy OibIj4fre tCpnu peze eefc- 4e1sPzie TK i 1SSpsis I ttit J STEVENS ARMSccO-I PO Chicope Fi1t t iir rCLUBBirG RATCSi tr f it i1TNij I LOU1SVlLLIDflJ r r 1 TheSunandThet Time one ye rji OS The Sun and the Daily CbuMc- JournaJ byndy r 6 S melhcludmrSoi y 8 OS The Sun aid the daily Courier OJr Journarany three days In the weekg71 dailyCbtrierJouria1 days in the week six months The Sun and the SundAy Coir ierJournalone year The Sun and the Louisville year3ThePost oneveari 4 f Stomach Muscles t IOJ OIdAgiflo- w r Old People May mIe srstGoolHektk Usually the bweUr are not M setNs In middle or advanced years M te youth JUst as tim eyes grow dint tho aIda wrinkled the hair graythemUlt b bY so 4 the Internal prKuiB rtlMf thetr ago it we could hut H them Howeyer wo lKmetImer thd a niaawhose age is near the meted thraooisa- nd ten and yet hta teev te ejiifjIUIJ hIs eye keen his jleh flrmhi petite good and his bowel recniiuv aaiupon cJoSequesti9jitDCo1tr p Jlfea hi tpry fc goo4 food keen appetite perfect dfceetion sad Cular bowel action l Regular bowels tuid proper dIputs of the food we ett fe abeei ttdyliiii to tho enijoyiHentl t tl heeldi old ryoungIf th jreMw St rCWpi are 1nteretd we to eb ths hOW they cn reatora good health Mtf ptOong thEIr Iivei l step into a drug ItereN and peyohMe ft bottle of Dfi Caldweir im fMM fl- wI1 cleanse the boei oay waI b tec that hm c1eggsi tm ttp a4 retote to them mrand no1vs tore ffcr rular nat =da3 actjou JIt gagUqn by stlmulckiHr tfae tonwen aM- digesIve nc to a oclint ecrct of tbfiaSdi rniperfect dlgeIqn W a- 0a4 IcideY3 1tId sM yet manner Ber 1 J p ford Tenn Is 1t yesri OW JU d It IilmO 5OegrOfypetW1Wll- ng Sioux City Ja ai Dr wells Syrup PepIiI ift the biest m r eve u ed anA It M 7I old F Thenipeoni shun4oal fc my tUreKi 15tyt t dacured me dirUin MttvSthe most 6beUiMi oM OBMI M 4 jvt and safer true ineei deUot fchild AU drupgI t ieW Hat attk P weU BIdE XontioeQo mv Soplod m a free iM1Iptet any ooo Who JIM t wa11f a olitdi rbzThR4 SI- J I rX ti r r rja 1wwz 1 a i It j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1908 1 WiELD SUN tt tJ DlVERY WEDNESDAY c2RIPTIONrONE DOLLAR r In Advance OGEtS 60E Edith aa4 Pablislier at t poafo ceat SPn end Yr tranam i ibn throug- U fife secondcleae Mtterr SOF SUBSCRIPTIONF n00 foal 7 6 J ouncements 9lhCIRCUIT COURT JUDGE Xr eueauthorized to Announce L H urman SB a candidate for reele tibnf tW thisEleventhJudiciaiDistrict f of Marion Washington aylor and Green subject to the actin f the Democratic party Primary Sat December 19 190- 8WEALTHS ATTORNEY e mT authorized to announce R L acandidat1eetkm r ectcomPosed WashingcoundeLLa f e Democfiiticparty Primary Satur y D Qr 19 190- 81iiONWEALTH S ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce Clem ifte Hil asacandifEleyeathlJudicial District com led M the counties of Marion Tay ijre n to tibf subjectofry Saturday December 19 1908 V FOR SHERIFF Weave C Ml AUcountjeis trt Deputies Richard BobhttSam 1J Will Merritt Sanders t FOR SHERIFF F JdenMnDJity ubct to the action of the ByrGeor J Iron ILER- WesrQ a ttionKed to announce Geo t Ctfor eTectioh to the office of ai ofW on county subject t letion oeT the Democratic party Pri nr Nov as 1908 Election Nov 1909 t r FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Rich JRikTM a candidate for the riomina countubect G f riniary Nov f 28 1908Elecbon oy1909 A1 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W T itchelhas a candidate for Assessor of ashinfton county subject to the on of the Democratic Party Prima tor 1908 Election Nov 1 9b9 ewwT P 0 Bryan Your support alicited JliiL J FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce C rttlett an a candidate for Assessor- ashington county to the ac tm oftheDemocratic party Primary oy 8 1908 Election Nov 1909 1P11JJ R Ward Your support so FOR MAGISTRATE t f W are authorized to announce J A MagIstrateaili and 9 subject to the action of e Democratic Party Primary Nov U9GBrElection Nov 19- 09SUN y he 1 1 f 1t it i t Dr G TBurton abESIDENT Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY AU Dental Work Strictly First KyOffice Local News Notes l Call Miss Wil eKnottfor all MillineryV Sel your Hides and Furs to Grin stead He pays highest prices Jones old kstond Mrd R Claybroolie sold a pair of mules to Mr T WSimms Jr last week for aSS Try our corset you will like it- WILLIAMS 0n Wednesday Nov 25 Mr C M i Bringle will offer for sae at public out imPlenmove to Oklahoma s Complete line of handsome veils a- Miss t if Willie Knbtts at low prices AII persons having claims th statesx ent same properly proven to th undeVsigned on or before Dec 1 1908 BoM GRUNDY Administrator If ou want a hat at a to figure call upon Mrs Williams betweefp my a Je and gold breast pin Return to thi office or to me and receive reward MRS J W KELLY SR r iiemember that I have Skin Food Face Creams etc that are sup erior t any others WILLIAMS v V There will be a prayer meeting at the mornan p All are cordially invited to be present and participate in this service of praise land prayer The first Quarterly Meeting for Springfield Station Louisville Confer ChurcHh 4 RePv REV I S KING P C Afuft line of trimmed ts at the reasonable prices at Miss Willie oKnott s All persons haying claims against estate he of Mary E Devine deceased will present same properly proven to rneyWD1909 LEVY BRADY Administrator r new in Collars and BeltsLLIAis5 tirYe are hereby notified that a settlement must be made on or before December 1 H M GRUNDY Administrator reNoystofr supper next Friday night at the home of Mrs Alice Thompson All are ih vited to attend A nice line of skirts atyery low prices at Mrs Williams s A tenanthouse on the farm of Gib wasctsSunday morning cdlored family occupied the house Union Thanksgiving services will be held In the Presbyterian churchat 10 oclock Thanksgiving Day The serm wIn be preached by Rev Mr King of the Methodist church The business houses are requested to close and observe the real spirit of tie holiday tMy trimming department is prepared to give the very best service at reason le prices MRS WILLIAMS An early morning wedding was solemnized at the home of J R Gore on last Saturday morning At 4 a m Miss Elizabeth Smith and Mr H H viudd were married by Rev W H Williams yhatinbargain MRS WILLIAM Socialgwas well attended and quite a neat little sum realized therefrom The Hive is newly Organized but bids fair to be Lodgesin younpladySue Edgerton of Pleasant Grove J A Baptist Young Peoples Union was organized at the Baptist church on last Sunday night The work of this organ ization of Baptist young people was andMathumoniat Mackville There were thirty three tniemljers enrolled and Mr Henry Royalty vfas elected President The Union wil meet each Sunday night at 6 30 ot this organization is to rbetject in Christian work Invitatio is have been received here to the wed ing of Miss Ellen Botts and beein church at Theeg j ai Wasbingt n county bo a being a member of the wellknowr Mackville family of that towlaw Since settling there he has mad professionallyt presidentials Mr Han ey Watterson son pf Henry Watterson editor of the CourierJour Wedneso teenth story of the building in which his office is located in New York City It is supposed that the accident oc curred by Mr Watterson attempting to lower a window in his private office preparatory to leaving for home At any rate it is supposed that in some way he lost his balance at the window and fell out No one Was in his priyatfe office at the time and his associates i the office knew nothing of it till hi partierandhis deathmust have been instantan ous HARDESTY verrl1uchone Mr Mussen and wife ofPerryville Haridestyday Mri Minor Sutherland and wife of Willisburg spent Monday with Mr J H Gray and family Mn Charley Bivens of Scottsburg Indiana is visiting his aunt Mr W B Barlow of this place Mrs Walter Burse and little daugh ter Mary Elizabettj of Lebanon are spending this week with her parents GIIardestyltlr Chaplin spent Saturday Hight with his aunt Mrs J H Gray Mr Hence Scott js very ill with ty writingMiss Wilhsburg spent Monday with Mr T J Trent and family at Polin Thursdaybs homeAcountyMiss CanarySaturdayonMr R L Gray and sister Ida at tended church at New Hope Sunday The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sun and CourierJournal 150 if rs Ct iJt r i Q WW WWVW 1r a i v ft D I 1 Q a ct1j n J 1 j i iiLadiesft Misses and Childrens r a 1 J II O i CLi OAKS tIj4 tf 0 t 0 1 IN QUALITIES THAT are GOOD AT PRICES i a THAT Will S TISEY Ia LeIa f l 1 J8 a at moie 0Q o a E I to a f i r r ri0 o 0 a a 0 Oi a- Q 4 i fa 0o a- 1J I 0o a a 0 11 0a I 11 00- QI 0 01- o a a I- Of 0 o lo o a 4 a I o a 01 01 ca I 0 01 0- Ga I 0 tO 1 10 a I- Oi 0O ir1a o I- 0 ca a 0 tt 0 0110 aoo I- Vol 0 0 1 I f e o o 0 oi i 1 t a I 0 e o a I 00 0 Ie- o o 0 Q- a I 11 Q 11 We have a most excellent line of these goods and a eanxiOuS tpf sfew 01 9ioit to the Ladies of Washinerton county t 1 We are prepared tp qasure that we can satisfy parchasers In I I QUAL T Y STYLI and PRICI Of Jfrt i 11 The RoberisonGlabrooke INCORPORATED Company4 niI fL J rt 0 fl t I i rfn i4 i Marion County IIMarion Falcon W F Neikirk State Fire Marshal for Kentucky was in Lebanon last Monday on official busi ness It is the duty ot the Fire Marshal to investigate all fires in the State and if possible to ascertain tne cause or origin Of fires If the fires are of In- cendiarY origin and he has sufficient ev dence to convict the guilty parties then Fe should hold aJudicial investigation and report the facts to the next J grand jury and have the guilty parties indicted Mr Neikirk is highly pleased with our City Fire Department and is a great admirer of our Fire Chief Mr H Wv Stoy whom he considers one of the best in the State The sale of the holdings of the Columbia Trust Company near St Marys was held Tuesday and Wednes day But three tracts of larl wer wld as follows Charles Beaven 113 acres at 4905 per acre Alvey Graves 111 r r C JjJ acres at 47 per acre and W F ate175 at 1840 per acreAbodt thirty head of steers brought 4 65 per berof sows and shoats brought fair prices Farming implements sold welL Four mules were sold privately for t700 The weather Doubtless kSpt number of prospective buyers from at tending It is understood that the real estate and personal property br sold privately tz nIIIIIIIII1 t y nnlmnIJ1jrU1Jum IUIIrUt ml tlllllnrnlnlilllJllIIllrJIIJIIllIIIllllutJlmulrl ill r = JwtThe Hunting Season is Now On tai BESTiIi CORDUROY HUNTING U7Si1 E = T 1V C C AT THE MOST REASQNABLE PRICE V arMclhtire Springfield K5jf m III L a IJl1IIIir NmlntI1f1tMIm1IIjr f1aBilI1lutnllllrUijJlmnlll1Y 1l1ilil1iJllqnnrwrmmWirn1IinMUIIimtIt1l1lrrmUIIIrd INoTIcEr TAXPAYERS t that Afterdatetar I xt SIDNEY OSBOURNE Sheriff Washington County 1 t 1Or t A 1 yr i + r 1 f i e r pj acres t fitsoldr av s will f t + Ghmdyi J J i ri L Ji 1 I 1j Ir l i tt jz d i lyJ f r t r i f t t Tjj THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1908rJ 0 I r5ij Let Getf Acquainted NNN NNNN N N N N NNN OODAJewelry buying means better acquaintance with this store Well sell you your future Jewelry if present satisfactory dealings count f New seasonable Jewelry Silverware and Cut Glass are found hire for every season Wand occasion as they approach r Remember the store that recognizes that modern business is in a uponsentimentaa oflontidenceappreciation and good NN NNf NN N N N NN N N N N N JAMES JGRAVESi S rintfUld Ky W V STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 t TEETH PilntrDanctr firstAIoiaBtas advertised GU TED EfcOter McEIroy Shaders Grocerys y HAPPY HOLLOW it r A23 I have been absent for several 7 weekS rWI1trY and jot town a few items this week Mr Robert Armstrong of Fairview spent Thursday with his brother Mr John Armstrong at this place Idr Foster and family ot near Jl p1Sptings and Mr Sabe Coulter and family spent Saturday and Sunday wi tlftbefamilyof Mr L M Shields at thistplace daughrteV atth spent Saturday Sun day with Mr and Mrs Solomon Kays Mr Erastus Perkins znd wife spent Saturday and Sunday with her father t Mri JoBn Armstrong and liIiilyfbf this place Mrs Leslie and Sarah Keeling of near Wilhsburg spent Wednesday with the fmilY of Mr MCKee iIl Mary Hazel the little dau titer of l Mr Solomon Kaysis very ill with pneumoniaBro kston is holding a protracted meeting at the Hillsboro church Ev erytxidy invited to attend Little Mary and Clifton Thomas are very 11 with scarlet fever Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Mon day wIth rsM C Keeling Miss Margie Bonta spent last Tuesday ht with Mrs M C Keeling Mr Gilbert Chesser of Polin is spendmg this week with his sister Mrs Solomon Kays Rev A C Pinkston and wife spent Saturday nighfcVith the family of Mr John Armstrong at this place Miss Maud Inman and Messrs Ernest Shewmatjer Qilberfc Chesser and Fitch Godby dined with Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong Sunday Rey A C Pinkston and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland of Sycamore Valley Mrs Martha Armstrong who has been on the sick list the past week is t some better at this writing Wr Rob Robertson and family spent from Tuesday until Sunday with Mrs 1t bertsQns parents Mr and Mrs John Y ager of Antiochf Miss Maud Inman spent Saturday night with Miss Pearl Armstrong lrsJ A Coulter who has been at the bedside of her daughter for the pasttwo weeks has returned home Tobacco stripping and corn gathering are theorder of the day in this com Tnunity V NOTICE TO HUNTERS THe following gentlemen announce that their land sare posted and they forbid hunting on their premises Par ties caught hunting upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be prose cited to the fullest extent of the law Woodford Graves H P Mudd Dee Riley Hite Clements Sam Phillips J I Martin WvG Grundy C L Grundy i T A Grundy RJ Young Conrad Hertlein W F Booker HarrY Thompson B F Simms Campbell Bottom T Dudley Tapp W F Moran Son Alex Thompson F M Shewmaker W R Janes Hennessey Baker WSPurdomSon Parties desiring their names placed in ying20caOOpOOOOOOOGCX GOOGOOOOCCOOO saljlavitatioBS at offics oooooooooooooooooooooooooo oea aeaopaeoat P 0 fs Personal Notes fP a tMtVisitors In and Out ofTownA tt Round Up ofthe Weeks o Personal News 0oaIIMiss Mollie Dbrsey Was in Louis yule Sunday j Miss Lila Estes of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Louise Tucker last week Messrs T M Estes and Charles i gamhereIMrs E E Buster has returned from Catlettsburg where she attended tha MorfonScott wedding Miss Josie Lee spent Saturday in Louisville t Dr E M Miller and wife have re WeeksIMiss Angela Mudd has returned to her home in Chicago Ill after a Visit to Miss Lizzie Waters Miss Frances Martin is the guest of Miss Florence Lyne ot Lexington Mr J W Kelly Sr has rented Mr J L Wimsatts house on the Leb anon hill and will move into it this week Misses Mabel Price and Maude Miller and Mr George Bachelor of Bloomfield spent Sunday with Miss Prices parents Mr and Mrs C L Price Miss Ethel Bush of Chaplin is the gust of Miss Laura Shehan Miss Sarah Wilson has returned to her home in Bardstown after a visit to Miss Ellen Gregory Miss Mildred Spalding has returned to Lebanon after a few days visit to Miss Eleanor Duncan lastweekcepted a position with the Perry Pharmacy Mr Bellebaum is an excellent gentleman and is one of the best druggists in the State Miss Lillian Anderson after a visit to her aunt Mrs H M ONan has returned to her home at Danville Mr W A O Nan was in Danville on business Monday Messrs Ben F and John F Simms were in Louisville Monday buying cat t1eO il Mr Wr E Houtchins of Chaplin was here Sunday Mr Scott McCabe left Monday for Louisville where he has accepted a po sition 7Mrs Walter McLaughlin who has been in Greensburgv visiting relatives has returned home =Mr Jno M Wycoff of Mackville was in town Sunday MrJ J McCabe spent Sunday with his family Mr W A McCarty of Campbells burg spent a few days here this week Mr PJ Thomas is away this week preparing for the holiday season Mr J I Wimsatt and children of Louisville are visiting his mother Mrs Janie Willett Mrs J R Smith has returned to her homo in Bloomfield after a visit tp her son Mr T K Smith Miss Anna J Smithreturned home Saturday after a weeks visit to her uncle Mr Bernard Mattingly of Lou isville Mr E B Buster has returned from a seven weeks trip through the South Mrs John Clements and Miss Alice Haydoh of Lebanon visited friends here Saturday Miss Ella Hagan of Fairfield is visiting her sister Mrs S C McGill and aunt Mrs Eliza Cain Ella the little daughter of Mr ar d Mrs Lag ra Janes is quite ill of ty phoid fever Mrs W E Leachrnan has return d from a jvisit to heFaun m Memphin Tenn 7 dhomti Miss Ethel McCiaskof Bloomfield is the guest of Miss Viola Brown Mrs BD Lake and children will leave Thursday fora visit to relatives in Louisville Mr G C Wharton is dn Mercer county on business Mr and Mrs J R Mahon of Leb anon spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr Messrs J H McClure E S May es Jr and JLBarber attended a convention of Buggy Men in Cincinnati last week Miss Jennie Adams has returned from a months visit to her brothers in New York Mrs G LWhartpi and MIss Kate Wharton were in Lebanon Tuesday t4 NN NNNNNItJ J i t I nJl 5ift 1 ttI if4 i j II it 1 ltI rI i JiIs t ffrN 1 1 I ifI 43 j 1 t r 7c1i r t I H 1i IrI JIll Cr7r1 ti 71 m a r t4rte La i 1IL i l V V fi i IiwE1e L 7 I I Tt s l 1 i l i 1laIltt I tfl l ih s ir t o I il m t Itjo iI ii QJl J8 i t J li of tiliffSt5fer J fJtto 4th riJ 1J1 I I i l i L JfJ f Q a ft Jfl f tj fIi I fi i if tlt I J f I ti1r 4 YJwe d1 it 1 Copyright i908 by Hart SchsffnerMarz 11 Stl ONE OF THE BEST REASONS 1 i i i 4a I i I I 1 tz IiWhich the men of this locality have this year is that we continue to provider for 1 t their wearing our selected designs and models in j 1 1 Hart ScHaffner i Marx Clothes s UTYouthing to give thanks for If thats your feeling thats because you dont know the facts on havenT thought I about them Good clothes are a necessity and providing them for our community is a worthy enterprise of moral value 1 a to the community lJJ The fact that were doing business to make profits for ourselves doesnt prevent our doing business iij iway that makes profits for you The fact is every time a man buys a Hart Schaffner Marx overcoat or uitiIhere and pays 18 to 50 for it he makes as much out of thee deal as we do or more We get the mona 1 he gets the clothes A 1 Theyre the best clothes made they are honest allwool honestly tailored the value is in tI i ithem and you get it Wed like to sell you some of these t clothes it will do us both good i rl a iTllisstore is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes rl I CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN caJIi SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY lt t f NHN H1NN 1NNNNHNNN NNNN H NN 1N1 NNNNNNNNH NONN 1NNI1 N H fNtN N1 1NNN b i Mrs C C Cambron and tyra Geo Boldrick of Lebanon were guestaof- Mrs Ralph Boldrick the first of the week Miss Louise Medley is the guest of her sister Mrs Howell McGawleyi of Louisville Mss Flaugher of Bloomfield and Mr Leary of Winchester are the guests of Miss Laura Shehan Mr Parker Medley who is attending school fat St Marys visited his parents Saturday l Mrs James Haydon has returned to her home at Bardstown after a visit to her daughter Mrs LPG HaY don Miss Sue Ray left last Sunday morning for Havana Cuba where sht1 has accepted a position as telegraph editor of the Havana Telegraph the leading daily paper in that city Miss Ray is well qualified to fill the position and her friends here predict a brilliant career for her in the field of Journalism She is a versatile writer having written quite a number of stories and sketches for the leading magazines i Hon T Scott Mayes was in Willis burg yesterday on legal business Mrs E S Mayes Jr entertained at Flinch Friday afternoon in honor qf Miss Lillian Anderson of Danville and Miss Angela Mudd of Chicago Mrs Mayes also entertained at Flinch Satur day Afternoon Mrs Martin Allen has returned home after a visit at tHe home of her son Mr J L Allen Mrs Jno Y Mayee will entertain friends tomorrow afternoon at Flinch r r tr a rr4rt Mrs C D Robertson will iMutc4a number of her friends j NIIk tM afternoon at 730 i r Watched F enVt jj1 For fifteen years jj the working of Bucklem J land it has iieyer uiiid to wtrV any sore boil ulcer or burn to whjtirtii applied It has saved u jo ny doll bIJJ Ia A F H rd of ton Mainetsonfs drug tore t t L r T J ri c 0C Lft r1tr Ic L 7 + f J t Ci d1 di THE SPRINGFIELD SUNIVEDNESDAY NOVEMBER i8 I9Q8t7 1 A i Ir H u T ABCandXYZoI 6 A SERIES OF TEN TALKS ON ADVERTISING i oj VrrkfMi fcy Seymew Emtoa ef Philadelphia r J No I J v thave a biuidi pf letters from advertisers asking efW criticise their advertisements to tell them 4iteinth copy is bad or good l It is nearly all badibut most bad adVertise Rfcfa pay The better the copy as a general rule pje better he results Good copy for one class o- ftde might be very poor copy for another But there e H4few broad general principles which are always 1ue t t ii t fu a eiti e e1tshoiitdbe attractiye enoughI to catch the eyer Size idoesiit do this A two inch tingle column card may be jfeade to attract more notice than an announcement big as a sheet of note JPI r If your advertisement isnt seen it isnt read and if it isnt read no matter if it has ten minion circulation it isnt worth a postage stamp You are t not investing in circulation but in readers of advertisements I I The next point is to make your advertisements teada ble As a rule the most readable copy is printed in fairly large book type one kind of type with a display heading or two and the reading matter divided into fasy paragraphs Most advertisers think that by crowding the space to its utmost they are getting biggr value for their money Within reasonable limitsthe veryopposite is true Ten words read are worth more than ten thousand words looked at V If I were advertising a retail shop and I found t rihiLt iny advertising appropriation would allow me tot tic ia two inch card daily in four newspapers I should Imul1ply two by four and take an eight inch card to one newspaper IBut the scret of copy i personality red I hoi t hustling life Like breeds like If your shop is a hustling goahead concern andffifa spirit is reflected in your advertising the Icontagionwifl soon spread The first hundred customers are411iardest to get thothke 1r annQuncem p n I stores overshadow the small dealer i but there is 1 opening up a great field in every tig city for the at tractive advertising of the smaller shop This ad- vertisingi must be done in a new way i it must be pleasing refinqd conyincingj it nt ppeal to the individual Vfjio loves quiet rather than noise j the very antithesisof the broadside bargain advertising so 11common in every I newspaperannually f r BusinessJ If business and you want to make more money you wiifqadevery wArxftire have to say Are you spending your money for advertising in haphazard fashion as if intended tit chanty or do youadvr 1t7 E resultsJ etc tpJiink hw7iaii mdvertislBfCcpui be a source oCpreit tok yotf ad how its value can be m iuredin dollars and cen fit Itypu kve utyou retkrowiag money away i XbiffiliD il a lIota il biMU necessity but must I ducted On biiiim 0ictJ If yoEiottIi Ji1thyoutdvttIsigt- b jt1dse aside a c rtia ajekni fID o ty to be tpeat i J f 6 the and then carefully note the effect it has in in creasing your volume of busi ness whether a 10 ao or 30 per cent increase Ifyou watch this gam from year to you will beco intensely interested in your advertising and how you cap make it enlarge 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 Tfrom your store Wewi1l be pleased to have you call on uf nd we will take pleasure in1 explaining our annual contract for so many inches sand how it can bi used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you wliy this pap c will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community 1Close Ground HI- By RANK H SWEET J = t Copyright 1906 by Frank H Sweet +4EEMS nowlikelts go1n obe- a CS good crop year mellowlu weather an Just rain i to keep the ground fromfbak In1 If it keeps on like this w can surelypay for the land come next crop an maybe have somethin left for a mule An whats it all good for asked Looizy The girl spoke indifferently and with the slow drawl peculiar to the Georgia cracker You work hard ern any man round here hardern the plantation niggers themselves Au what does it mount to They have spendin money an go to cIrcuses ah have store truck to eat while we all just stick to corn pones an grits an5 woIBut its to pay for the land Loolzy said the old man eagerly After thats done paid for we can lave mote spend in money Therell be no more rents nor shares An were the only poor fambly round here that Is alrnin to own land just like quality folks Im workin for you all moren for myself Loolzy for you an Betty an Molly Id like to have you eqUal to the best of em But it would be more pleasant like to have store things We might spend some o the land money that awayThe girl made a quick impatient movement Taint tlie store things I care for she said sharply JI aint after such truck But I low I hate everything around here its so triflin an no count We all are poor ignorant crackers an we cant help ourselves Gettin land aint goin to make we uns quality We must have learnln an manners ant know about things But we all cant learn for theres no schools roun here an nobody to show us She paused and dug her bare feet In the sand After a few moments she went on more slowly and wltji a side glance at her father You an Betty an the neighbors low as Im lazy an triflin cause I dont help in the fiel an roun the house thetdont care for work an I low I dont care for anything nor any body VYoure put o sorts Looizy an need more attractions Spose you go down toj the settlement long o Betty an mean help earry eggs Mebbe Itll make you fedli more pearL- decidedlyfl S cometIar lowI SKIS MOVED WEARILY TOWARD TIm CABIN I generly fixes emAnd she gav a harsh little laugh in which was a trice of exultation You all can tote thteggs I reckon Ill go fishin down It was late in the afternoon when L olzy returned from the creek As she approachedthe cabin she saw a stange team move away and pne of th two men who occupied the wagon sb i recognized as the settlement doe tojRurrying fOrward she almost over Betty who was lying onl the floor sobbing bitterly But Ljolzy scarcely noticed her She was loOking at the motionless figure on the Is It she asked In a sharp whisper leaps done smasht awful walled Betty What shall we do Wha- tshpllwed1 The figure on the bed turned slight ly t and tried to raise itself but sank ba k with a groan In an instant she w4s by his side Wh is lit daddy he asked softly bs she smoothed the gray hair back i from th5 face Can I help to raise you orjor anything TOUT mustnt be scared honey he It aint nothln cept for the paljAanj forlosln the crop matterdaddyI grIac4 only one but the dpctor lows ijts plumb bad an that Im to right here on this bed for the knows ho w long 1Loid was agrabbln fortorapl ka tI ninny that was crnwlin In the road saUl Betty between her sobs nnnt- he runaway horses storapt him Nig gers should be lowed to have yOung uns in the road tWas the pickaninny saved asked Loolzy eagerly Her father nodded The child want to blame he said fInn I couldnt help agrabbin An surely woijth uioren Its cost thfounguns agin the hurt pintedly hate to lose the crop an not have money for the land If only I could have the hut an be able to work just the same Never mind daddy Itll come roun all right she said quietly Just you rest easy an dont worry We all can look after things Anan yOu doi4 feel hard on me for gettin hurt I was studyin1 how tor make things more plasait41kean- here Ive dbne made em worse Itll bp more work Looizy honey but I reck on youll lave to help Hefty now an ain Therell be the hens an pigs to look after an1 tile housework an the tendin Well have to be clost but I reckon thehens bout give us a llv InV I I done told yWfcot to fret daddy she said softly Just you rest easy ar pend on wie all to look out for things As for yout hurt a slight flush creep Ing Into her face Im glad of it Thats worth all the lead an the crops in the world I As the night came on his foot grew more painful and at times he was delirious Ljoolzy remained with him until after midnight when as he grew more quiet she called Betty to take her I place Soon after the old man sank IntQ a quiet sleep It was late In the forenoon when he awoke Betty was working about the room and he could hear the voice of little Molly outside calling the chick ensIWheres Loolzy 1 he asked I dont know She done took some pone an lUcbn an left fore sunup She lowed maybe shed be back fore night an mfibbe she wouldnt I asked her to helpn first but she lowed Molly an me could look after the chores an housework The old than sighed He had been hoping for better things from Looizy Meanwhile Loolzy was toiling slowly back and forth across the tobacco field The rows were long and the work hard and laborious and the girl made little apparent progress But gradually as the hourswent by her po sition shifted from one side of the field to the other All through the long hot diy she worked not pausing- to eat or rest and only stopping when the shadows made it hard to distin guish the ground between the rows Then she looked work Six rows done hoed she said aloud Its a good days work But Im plumb tired- Throwing the hoe across her shoul der as she had seen her father do she moved wearily toward the cabin On entering she found Betty in the act of setting the supper of grits and mo lasses upon the table Her father look ed up quickly as she came in Youve been a long time he said Weve been lookin for you right smartI bsy1she answered an couldnt dinner After this Ill try to be roun come noon But how ve ydu been all day daddy Tolerble part Then as she sat down beside Jinn he reached out and took one oSher hands in his and lOOk- ed up face Her eyes were clear and she nidt his gaze with a little mlle What did It mean Had he been judging her too harshly He drew her hrind closer and noticed that It trembled sas though with pain He raised It to the light Why Loolzy and there were won der and dismay in the voice your hands are all solid blister Its only cause they aint used to the work she answered hastily Ive been that lazy my hands are actally gettin soft A few days in the field an theyll be good hands for work Anran youve been workin In the field all day he snldslowlylan I alyin here an misjudgin you But you mustnt do It Looizy honey Its too hard Ityou low on helpln you might look after the truck patch But Looizy shook her head Im the oldest she said an must look out for the mans work If Betty an Molly have time from the house work they might help In tho truck patchIAs the weeks went by Looizy hands became accustomed to the work and the blisters disappeared When she had finished hoeing the tobacco she went to tjie cotton field From there she vyetfc to the melons One day Looizy came in with a glow- Ing face J The melons are ripenln she said an thcreys goin to be moren we all ever had pefore A few days later Looizy reported that thieves had entered the field the night before and taken some of the melons That night the thett was re peateq Several days passed and more the melons were missed I wouldnt care if they want so pertlclar said Looizy but they just pick the biggest an best J Late that night she was awakened by a small figure at her bedside What Is It Molly she asked drowsily Ive done cotched em was the startling answer After you hll was sleep I just cr tout the cabin an hid mong the melon vines It seemed most n Tear tor they came an I was plumb sleepy But IJust pinched my self an when they did come I up an told em bout we all workin an bout the land an pap beln sick anboutyou lowin they might take the small melons an leave the big ones Molly And Looizy lat uprlg1 t in i bfed She was lew ke now Aint you yarnin W jI reckon not cpnfidently II cause lve got 2 one of the young men gave ine for the melons They s nice men ahy lowed theyd be rounv ansee you tomorrow Theys campiu over to Long pond The next morning as Looizy was on her way to work she was met by sev eral young men MIsslQulse I suppose said one of them raising his hat Ldolzy they call rqef was the quiet answer Well II suppose that queer slster of yours has told about our raiding the melon patch hesitating and col oring a little as he spoke Hut I as sure you we meant no real harm If we had known the fact81nthecase we would never have entered the field Somehow melons and apples have always seemed different from other property However a quick frank smile coming to hIs face that isntt what were here for We wish to apol ogize and to make som arrangement MISS LOUISE I SUPPOSE SAID ONE OF THEM for the future You see we are very fond of melons and we have decided not tq pick any more after dark We might go to the settlement for thenv but that would be a long walk ard the melons would not be fresh Be- sIdes we have acquired a taste for yours Now if you are willing to trust us we will act fair and square and pnv you for everyrone we take We shall want a lot and ithere Is another crowd of young fellows coming down from Augusta net week Augusta t looking up quickly I low thats where they have schools for girls I mean There are several good ones Ib1 here he answered Do you think of g lng1 Nno I just naked I reckon you can take what melons you want We all are glad to sell em Before the melons were gene Andys foot had so Improved that he was able to hobble out to the fields Leaning on his cane and assisted by Loolzy he went slowly from one field to another Its a good crop IiesaId as goods I Over raised thys ltcQrn mostly eared tobacco good an scacely any bumblebee cotton in the whole field can hardly blleve that out gl iFl it allOne afternoon a few months later Andy called the girls Into the cabin Going to his strong box In the corner he topic from It a bag that was heavy with slIver and small coins These he emptied upon the table and divided Into two piles Its the most crop money we all ever had at oncet be said if it WitS made by a gal Now this pointing to the larger pile Is for the land It will pay It all up clear An this touching the other pile Is for Looizy to go tQ ebooJ uP In Augusta I had a talk bag o the boys that bought the melons an they told me bout Looizy askln after the school Anan Loot zy looking at her wistfully one of emthe one that talkssaid as how hed asked you to marry him an that you answered no you want fit but that If ever you had a chance to git learnin so you could act like quality folks an he should wailt then he could come an ask agln He said he felt it a utrto tell me an that ne should wait a whole lifetime tor you was the noblest gal ever was an the only one he could ever care for He seemed a nice boy A soft color had been stealing Into Loolzys cheeks but her gaze did not tall Yes lies a nice boy daddy she answered but I told him not to wait for it would be an years even If I ever got ka Chance He said he wouldnt take that ajiswer though an kept beggin so at last I sald4f he did Walt he could come an ask agfin some time Hers a foolish boy but hehe Is nice An youre nice Looizy said q14 Andy simply Well after the talk I went down an saw the storekeeper to the settlement an he gave ine pInts This money pay for schoollh tin next crop an by that time therell be more Loolzy can board long o her Aunt Llzy who lives in Augusta if Id found put twas scnooftri you want ed so bad I might a helped you be tore Looizy honey The girl had listened with a grpwlnir wonder In her face Several times she essayed to speak then Crushed from the cabin Poor little galli said the old man Hr didnt know aS she cared so much TiT O4Ly1S 0 pro f rIr 1 PER YEAI4 htt I rf9tt j tN 0 i1Mr a CIv 0 Dr t Q v t 1 11i3i- tIL L L U ue IIIIIiCrall f Pr1-I L ffi ax rlf c U a 6 J L y w f JF u 1 ft t c ft titJ 1 t lcr Ikt t iif I fIt s f f 1 t ONLY 0 I aivt 1dIkInW tttt J ri q + t J 1l1 I t peR YRO r Ij 0 T r iTIThI frnE SPRING FIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER i8v 1908 i f7 kAN5i PRcxYBy EPES W SARGENT COPyrIghted19 bY Asoc1ated Ilterr Press 7 VNancy Ifs awful to go to school Nancy Hartman dd a solemn as itent to the statement for she always agreed with what Bobby Seaton said Jn this instance her own views were reffecqd albeit those views were somewhat preJudice at the moment by tie fact 1ad been kept in after school and B had had to sit hajljal1 IJqshte her punishment I un be glad when Im married and dont have to go to school he con tlnued solemnly Married people dont have to go to school mlndedtNancYHe by as though that made a difference Besides he was married when he was In collegei Collegels different from a chool Nancy nodded wisely She could not lgrasp any distinction but since Bobby said so there must be a difference i Schools horrid4 she complaiijed v I Just fired one teenty Jittle spit ball and Miss Magnus made me stay in Shesgot to sta to correct the ex ercIseeXplaIned Bobby and shes fraid to stay alone Thats why she f 41 ways makes some one stay in iTaint fair insisted Nancy and i we weregolng1lfternuls too I tell you what exclaimed Bobby Lets get married and then she cant make jls go to school y Right now demanded Nancy with t glance at her soiled dress t JXhat little ink stain dont mattEtr assured Bobby Well go to Mr Scar rift He got married when he was in chp61f so hell understand rlut he went to school after he got married reminded Nancy u Chats because he wanted to explained BobbyY If he didnt want tpf go lie dldnft have to We wont want togo He started to his feet and Nancy obediently followed Had Bobby pro posed a stroll to the north pole she woujd have followed with the same content for was riot Bobby wise with t the wisdom of full eight years while she boasted a scant six r It was a short walk to the mintis ers home and presentl7Bobby brave but a trifle and with at Y higher Qlor on his face was explain ing to the mlnister his desire to wed The Rev Scarritt grave and studi ous was shocked at the suggestion And with gentle reproof at their sacri j Nloge turned them from his study TheI reproofwas lost on a determined 1 and when the door had closed Bobby tlIhok his tiny fist inthe air ti Just cause hes married he d9nt ere bout no one else Tie said yin v ymarrler1inThere was a world of scorn in the exclamation and Bobbys wrath was hot He had not understood what the htdwthIeed even thinking of marriage and jthis under the very eyes pf his beloved There were three other ministers in town but none of them was at home and Bobby turned toward the tired Napcy cIts no usei he said with a tIg ten ing of the quivering lip Weve got to go to RiversideSINancy blinked back the tears and put her hand in his Its dreadful hard getting married 1hesaid Do all people have trouble c IWhenwith the minister 1 dont think that lopIngs much fun veutuictl Nuiicy hut Bobbys1 look Filonred her Tosetbor they i trudged lougin silence until the Louses were pissed and the road to Riverside lay bare and lonely them beforeIi the shadows were closing re were clumps of trees that made patches of dark just th sort that j bears love to hide in f For the benefit of his lady Bobby kept up a brave front but his clasp on f thiGJ tired dirty little hand that lay within his own tightened when the dark places came and the sturdy lit tie legs were urged to greater speed until the danger point was passed The dark was closing in now and 2 ancys plump little legs were not as strong as4 Bob ys and though she bravely sought to hold the pace she lagged behind t At last in spite of her fortitude she Lad to give In and sank with a little sob on the grass beside the roadway I jiist alt go any more Bobby she wailed It seems like we most walked round the earth Its only a little way now urged Bobby 44anf maybe the minister will supperThe n was the last straw Fatigue had prevented the thought of hunger but now Nancy iiiew that she was famished iA school lunch Is not calculated to rlast until 7 oclock land Nancy remem Lered that there w is to be jelly ake for supper At the sound of the sdbs that shook her tiny frame Bobby knelt beside her and sought to check the flow of tears but npt until she had cried her 8elf to sleep on Bobbys shoulder did Bfleuce come Bobby himself felt very much like rying but that would never sdo and I He held back the tears while he stared bravely into the dark his arm protect rdngly1 about thesleoping Nancy JJt seemed to him ages passed as he 3 1 J c ot t I t l sat f there la the silence and the dark ou4enthat rerdered hIs cry unavailing JThe iiMissing of the car only seicved prpnOlnced rodlJffrom his ahoujder to tie grassy bajk and sprang tQ his feet Perhaps if Je waved his arms they would see arid stop Nearer and nearer came the lights arid he stood directly in the yellow patch the lamps made in the white dust of the road To his great relief the car slowed down and from behind the curtain of light that half blinded the tired eyes came the wel 1J9bJYIprang I fY you n anxious voice from the car and Bob too knew that Nancyte sister was tn HQwafdba au wi4ethehome Bobby was not sleepy now and he stood leaning over the back of the front seat watching the car eat up the road We was eloping lovely he said plaintively until Nancy got tired 1tlaughing comment Suppose that y u give me your proxy tt OJYcurI as he let the car slow down If ybu want to do something but dont have time orforsom other reason yut can tyou appoint a to act for yourendeny4rsto ilies but since your scholastic duties prevent thej consummation of your ypuconstituteises I might add that In consideration of this demonstration of your confi dence in ray integrity I aiii prepared to reciprocate with the donatlon1of one bright silver half dollar In n of the realm J Bobby regarded his brother suspi ciously He never could tell justV at JhebJgwordsdollar was u business proposition nd he stretched out his handIThe exchange was made and H ward i turned to the girlIEtta he said gentlyilt would be a shame to frustrate the plans of th se two innocents Dont you think d ar that you might act for Nancy j nd make this marriage by proxy an as sured fact For a moment the girl hesitated then she half turned in the seat It would be a shameto spoil tl elr plans she said gently I thinlAIi should ltcto act as Nancys proxy dear A Natural Result Willowby had a good shoem er Hiram Pool by name Nobody kiew the trade of making mending bndI tapping resoling and patching better than lie His col1yerSaUOli OOK on local color from his shop no matter Onpeten1lnglowby gave atalk at the town 6 and Hiram went to hear hIm aUI What did you make of all he about the cause o wet weather hed spoken so light of the moon hay akedIHis talk needed waxing said the I Bh pjnnker dryly whon his Insnoqtlon of the boot was finished Bin what I ndf u t l Ir jv lth w fwenther iisully comes vfhen nre so old and rotten they wont hold the lntchesYouthsQomp- anion Encouraged to Hope When the Empress Frederick eldest daughter of Queen Victoria was a lit tIe girl her disposition to the great grief of the queen was haughty arrogant Once when about to andI on the royal yacht Victoria and AI she was lifted across to the deck of the boat by one of the sailors who as he was putting her down gently said There you fire my little lady I am not a little lady I am a princess wns the prompt and indig nant reply The queen who had overheard the conversation detained the man with a gesture and turning to her spoiled little daughter said Tell the kind sailor that you are much indebted to him for his cIsillty Flittleladythe title before long An Air With Real Air During one of the political tours of Hrj Cleveland in which he was accompanied by Secretary Olney he arrived duTifg a severe storm at a ton in which he was to speak As he en tered the carriage with his friends nnd was driven from the station the rain ctiangl to hail and immense stonds battered and rattled against the ve emrrali2Qdpost and played That Is the most realistic music I have ever heard remarked the presi dent 1IWho are they playing asked the secretary of state Hail to the Chief with hail rejoined Air Cleveland j t 4 J o 0i J ck f LAMPS FOR LiGHL Hew to l Get UluminatjriFrom The lamps should first be collected from every room and all put together on a large trajr in the kitchen Then a big wooden box is brought out which contains greasy cloths soft cloths Ra pair of old gloves wick rags scissors chamois leather and chimney cleaners Opinions are divided as to whether a wick should be cut or rubbed down The best way is to rub it down with a bit of rag which should be burned and not put back in the box and then ajpy stray ends of cotton cut oft with ads tnkentoboldlamp when the wick jI rubbed otherwise the charred portlonsarertpt JJboned Remove the wicks and then reIportions from oIe another in a saucepan of water with a little soda and bring to the boll Twen ty to thirty minutes boiling will make the burners as bright as ever they 1dhereafter which the burner is boiled up again Of course a saucepan must be kept specially for this and it should be either plainly marked or kept away from other culinary utensils The burn ers must be thoroughly dried and if possible put In the sun for a few mfn totes Meanwhile the vicks must have been seen to If very dirty they should be washed out in clean suds but usual ly a thorough drying 4n the sun orin a warm kitchen will put them in con exIthe oil- Daily cleansing of every lamp in use should be as much a part of the house wjlfes duties as making the beds Another precaution to tike to prevent wicks from smoking is to bon them Buy them in bunches place in a porcelain kQttle cover with strong vinegar bring the latter to a boll and set where the kettle will keep warm for thrEe hours Drain out the wicks dry thoroughly and keep from dust Wicks thus soaked rarely smoke If chimneys are bought in quantity and boiied they also may be prevented Ina great measure from breaking Lay some shavings in tile boU IJ1ota wash boiler p ckln the chimneys throw a handful of salt over them and jfill with cold water Allow to come to a bpll slowly simmer fortwo hours then take from the fire Cover thickly so that they will be at least three hours in cooling When cold wash the chimneys in hot water In which a lit tie soda has been dissolved Rinse in hot water dry and store in a cupboard Chimneys should also be washed in hot soda water How to Make a Sewing Bag Pretty new sewing bags are made of silk bandannas finished at the top with a wooden stick which is run through a casing These sticks are fiat like those used in Window shades and the bag made with them is far easier to keep in order than are those pulled up by the aid of ribbons Of course ribbons are used on these new bags but they are run through bone rings which are sewed to the top of the casing These bone rings are a great im provement over those of brass which were formerly used The latter always an6Iones gs may purchased for about 8 cents a dozen while the sticks may be procured for punchedIrial and then when the bag goes to the laundry the stitches may be ripped the stick pulled out and no harm will be done In the washing trimIwlngand undergarments is featherstltching which can be put on in a variety otIways A dainty way of putting on stitches is to mark lightly with a pencil a zigzag line up and down an even distance along the hem you wish to catch Follow this line In the feather stitching 4ind the effect will be pretty Another pretty way is to make a number of small circles leaving a dis tance between them equal to the diam eter of the circles Now featherstitch the circles and you will have a dainty finish to the garment In the same way one could mark squares and dia monds as well as a long wavy line One can never put too much work on baby garments of any kind and of all trimmings atherstitchlng can be used to the greatest advantage How to Clean Wall Paper The spots sometimes found on wall paper can be Quickly and easily removed by making a stiff dough of graham flour and boiling water Knead the dough thoroughly and break into small pieces As each piece Is used It should be doubled in on itself so there is a clean surface at each rub When one piece Is soiled throw it arvay and take a fresh one Always rub the paper in one direction and do not go over the same surface twice How to Care jFpr Clothes Wbcn au unwashable garment has Just been taken off never putit into the wardrobe until it has been aired for an hour or so Clothing which has been worn a long time If not aired properly contracts most disagreeable odors Air and sunshine have disinfecting qualities ivhich are purifying and we Bhould know how to avail ourselves of them Ai o fT IThe Buyers r IITktmu Guide whoa naves are reyr lar advertising columns of the confidence of every efooB im tke comnmnity who hat eWey to spend The fact that they stamps them as enterpris eaaive men of busimcss a our town and deserving of IIa4yrti Our a4yertiiB columns a Guide to fair OOt1oods honest prices 11 t fxI should facilities please prompt Agents Yqull Prices description tC I town births social affair f notes theMtJother 4 i t Jt I ontUSief a Scarecrow ire of are of er use in to of corn k us It be fit of the ar the we do AW iOP our for the of that will you The artf and the rule at this is to the more you can you A Col trip the his all book 6f Most FOUR in Four and at once for fifty centJa Mo and we can all of job It no the Job may this and over our camples of and wed be our and 60 1Jf and nay our free WOK wntfr fHdwt lathe nrMt olr f aaM S4 f t in 1 i t of p M of V VT all T1 i iS j i t r j To the Mail can if use r order houses own order Jr concerns of dollars every week in order to from the home Do think for a minute would it they the JIness t tgranted one v t tLa radius of 5 miles knows what you to what s Nine tmesout your p lower the influenced by the adyer o the or Every article advertise should be You tell story an way and when reach the buyers munity the thiji paper j i t Printing r l a representative your business which means high grade tisckind Thats kind EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT GOOD PHSSES AIm J TYPOGRAPfllCAL These represent doing kind printing prices delivery invariable office pint The will for OLD AND ITS By iwrld visits nations travel MONTHS harvest Write Outfit AGENTS OUTFIT THE COST MIMT lines how large Call omce look letter heads dins with work suit Bist Most J Anyone sending sketch quickly ojrtulon weether opener a Pdtenta tWtkl without charge identlflo Terms OtIH I JI the the rtilt the and the the and ii r You dnvehimout you the mail Mail get trade you they keep get busi take for that every tjhive your pric ten but cust0nJ7rls Itising mail you and must your you want this 1iiif1J tIttYour TYPE 2TISTSf right I Is your silent If you Mil that ar of la style an4 of 0iti ridr it ought tbs I In Your We kind that you need aad wl11ot to hreyou That Is the It f pays to send out Send your or to this office y f4 j 4 10 Iu B rn lt r Iihe Louisville Times111 j the livest paper ii right up minute Four or edItIons very day t price of Times IS 5 a year but get The SUN and The TIMQS both one year for only 500 r i If ordeto this paperNOT to W Times k 1 1 I h Moneymaker Agents THE WORLD WAS William Jennings SuperbDnrmgsBryan Recounting his around And to Greatest Sever written successful seller of this generation EDITIONS Territory FREESond to audhandlingAddress THOMPSON PUBLISHING Louis We Print Sale Bills handle printing makes difference or small be at envelopes bnainess cards pleased price will Work Reisiniblt YEARS EXPERIENCE ATENTS MAMStU COIIVftIGtrraaC a an t on is hl Cein un UdnsBtTletljrconfldentlaU e ciirlHif7 taken ScRnWic JftterloattAhi- Cifdio UastTatweeltlr T of f a newEdealersMUNN i S 1r-j All the News thingtht EvJryS happens home triages deaths comings goings t r neighbors 1pleyo newmniddhtertstiniif churches 1 AU tOe liiw t1 t Drive Away Order WolflJ weapon advertising are spending thousands merchants ppif Didnt Dont iti i within 2 selland prkesH uptodatj described priMd interesting columns Ifonr Stationet1 4 reprontatlys good f Itodate7 rtfct4 f printlnr ProducetM fJfeel ashamed oBlykiod da afternoon published anywhere theynews Th8reguit f o YiVsendyour Bryan stationery leaI quickly rvpreMmt JllilmlPlmlIlIlmllulnmllInll1lnI1IImillfI IiiGIllrtU 1IU11fmn I4n1ItII ffL and N Railroad Time Table I i == I lcominTrainsSuny onlyJ3aiIy Dailyt I 91 Noli3 NOi4J 1f iil ALt Sprirgteld 825 P ri 12 Si p m 70ip mII Arrives at Bardstown730 llOtV a tal 606 i g Arrives at Bardstown Junctn 645Ie 925H522tU Leaves Louisville 600 u S 2It 43 t I p i ss 0 Iutgomg c = Leaves Springfield 550 a m715 a m 100 ni Leaves Bardstown637 rlSOO V 220I i Leaves BardstownJunctn 72O 845 410p m IArrives at Louisville 819II 935 545 p n a iuusiiiiRpIuInaIaIIIiwInsUltIiuRIIM1 n lillUUUljJijUI1IJu T 1 i filE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TQ J THANSFERMONEY ft j IS BY 1 d LONG DIStANCE TELEPHONE 1iJFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MAMAIER A 1 lCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE Jt TELEGRAPH CtINCORPOHATCn ntil THE BEST BUSINESS sotr1J5II 1IitJ TOW EARTH d- f The best school on earth is the one that gives thtCO M i p Mtime and smallest expense and prepares the yourigaioplefpr tlM 1 f CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS iivescOmp1ete odreatIWa and most uptodate system of Actual PracticeoMckeping aiid places all graduates in good positiQns having Attny maI1s thu s atEs School kil Session all Ihe Year IndivklHal Instructtofi aad Jfertl stdets Get full rticuarsf om the editor of this paper lWt Jjis LottjTllW y J t r f 1 4 nJ I I r 4 f 0 14 l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAYj NOVEMBER 18 1908 1 t L I- Il j t I TZI Ii l i r t 13 1 t l il i I ff fr 7obacco- r J 1J f io 1i it l- W1 II J Growersif1 l II t di t tir i f Washington and Ad T b a joining Countiest J ti1 1 ri rt1 HliWeihave secured a competent man io manage the Tobacco Warehouse sAassured L ht buyers representing all the largest tobacco Jealers of the world will 1 1Jitij be on our daily sales We ask the farmers of this section to cooperate i with us in this movement Wfc askyofU to bring us some tobacco that we + i 1 may show you and others that this is the best method of putting your to T i i ibadco on the market You aye here a competitive sale when each pile is t sold tactile highest bidder tius securing the best price itl tUWi lOorYou Nothing to Try Us I- So + jI hold on a few days until we can get started and give us a triaU I rya Ye will be ready as soon as we can have seasons to handle tobacco J l worthF + i4WASHINGTON COUNTY TOBACCO WAREtfOUSE CO 1If 4 S It 1 fliJ t li JJ I filt ci1 OI IJ It 1 k Itf Cample Ballot Democratic rJ t 1I r 1 28il II f f FOR SHERIFF 1 A C lKIMBALL n Dt F t I F Ijy t 1 t F ri- i c II r i t 1f i 2 t rl RILEY I T ASSESSORitJ i wlllETT 0 I n J iiS AkDERSON 1iFGXR I JyJlFORJAILERtRlpRD Dv DIJJf L Nogriinatioris for the Legislature C ntSrjudge County lAttorniev County Clerk Circuit Clerk School CbmmissionercCor hera d Suryevor hayet iEMnmade Can Ididatel forthese offices will not be voted for on NoveinbrS I t c rT K w II f j v tarniacks Slayers Indicted F r Tashville Tenn Nov 137 Shortly i fter2 o clock this afternoon the grand jrjjcy reported a true bill against Col Duncan B Cooper Robin Cooper and t John D Sharp chapingthem with the it murder of W Car Kiack Probably the mostmomentous V investigation everconducted by a Dav idson county jrrijjnd jury was thus twordays The true bill a atnst the three vvjrien mentioned came in with a batch of v4ther indictments of minor importance i rr1 f t J 01 f 0 W T t MlliCHcL CTI r i Z G D CATlEIT J 4 b r r t i r r The three men were jointly indicted A few minutes after court convene the members of the inquisitorial body filed into the courtroom and J W Mtwere the result of investigation of sev eral days Romans Hailey Deputy Clerk issued a capias which was delivered to Deputy Sheriff George Moore Sr C Carmack of CenterviUc roth er of former Senator Carmack is prof ecutor and the foliowirii list r nesses is written on the back of the u dictment Mrs Goby U Carmack the widow Mrs Charles Eastman why was talking to Mr Carmack Carey Folk Dr James Witenberg Mrs Martha Morgan arid Miss Mary Skeffingtori indictI toityindjI Nothing out of the ordinary Pas I v pected in the Criminal Court the indictment was reported threw e present only persons interested in som minor cases being tried Th8 newsrof jjjj9jjjjt r a s S S r S Our Sympathy is always extended to those in distress but we have no sym t pathy to waste on the man who borrows his neighbors paper when he can have one of his own at a mere nominal expense Your hone paper stands for your interests and the interests of your hometown It deserves your moral and financial support If you are nbt 1 member of our family Of readers you should bu now by sending in ydUr subscription Ii tj r l 1 RJ i Real Estate Bargains ra Sangfield barn plenty of tobaccoland Close to church and school Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres in Nelson county 3 good barns good dwelling all the farm in grass Price 60 per acre No5167 acres 7 miles from Spring ooddwel1iri pebIacre No Y0108 acres 7 miles from Springfield 15 acres of timber plenty of fine tobacco land new tobacco barn large dwelling well watered fine orchard Close to depot and on good pike Price 35 per acre No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good Di eone seven room dwelling in good repair 15 acre wellIper acre No 18J94 acres 10 miles from Springfield good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from a depot 1 goodrland 600 rods of stone ence Price 32 per acre No 20215 acres 9 miles from tWPgoodtenantstables 75 acres of fine tibnber fin orchard plenty of grass Price 3250 per acre No 22121 acres 6 mifts from goodpikewater Price 15 per acre fromytobacco barns will hold 15 acres of tobacco 1 mile from Maud some timber- all the farm fine tobacco laud well fenced Price 35 per acre No 25248 acres 8 room dwelling good good well in yard fine cistern at barn fine stock barn all the farm in grass well watered Less than 3 mini from graded school Price 40 per acre No 38180 acres 6miles from Springfieldon a good pike most of farm in grass god six room dwelling good stock barn well fenced plenty of stock water good well in yard Price acret acres 7 miles from Springfield f8 miles irom Lebanon new 9 room dwelling good cellar and cistern at house never failing spring in yard milk house at spring good orchard plenty ot small fruit 10 acre tobacco barn stock barn all out buildings grasspriceNo 4o140 acre 1 Vile from school house m Springtteld Kyt small dwell wetingwateredgrass Price 30 per acre fromtfarm tobacco land new tobacco barn good dwelling well fenced Price 3750 per acre NO 47 Town property of all kinds and prices If you want a town home yoeu tc acres 4miles from goodeo 9 barn plenty of grass farm situated in one of the best neighborhoods in ahdfinetbacco No 981ui acres 4 miies om Lo retto 1 mile from pikeS miles fro Springfield Ky 7 room dwiling in good repa rgood barn and all neces nrv outbuildings plenty of tobacco land plenty of Water plenty of grass all under good fence Price 25 pe acre I No 9946 acres7 miles from Springfield on good pike good small house good water fine or robaccp land Close to church ands Brice 150000 KENTUCKY iRtE COLUMN I R onrfrFredcnc to ikris ref IT good stock e es 4K t jJlot goodCh ui tiinorri fu f Prjf G W Cy ti rnneldhafor mJa jri hlff Jersey ApplytoaJotIrCIovetL A Ii fa J1 11 Iiw a und sau iiv mure1 v i b uhsItfQr9ughu ten jrnod 3oulidown bucks from 1 to 4 4 ajs Asia 10 thoroughbred buck Jambs avejftlW p Montgomfrv4 Rt lj has for salJ15d bushels oflrout e3d rye G T KiihArPex4s uj for sale 25 good rCo11b ho i 1 H mitli tT t fotdn i nnout 4r i tat t CH Montgbmerv Rtl has for sale one hundred rbusheis of seed rye tf + t No63 180 acres 5 rom dwellin tunberfinefenceprice fromSpringfield tobaceabarmtwith r v ary some bottom land plenty of gram and water Price 4250 per acre freesSpringfield beecobarnall out buildings 20 acres of finetom land 75 acres of fine tobacco iced Price 35 per acre j No 6b180acres 8 room brckdwelI mg in good repair well fenced imi c timbernfineNo Q9150 acres small house one river bottom land plenty of timbiranil fine land 50 per acre- No 70 144J acres good dwelling S hottom=s for tobacco some timber PrlceJIOp acre No7318Q aCtes4 room dwallipt in good repair small stock barrireil watered plenty of grass good fence 6eom Lebanon Price 33 per acre FtJOp1Springtieldion roomdwellingwater plenty ot locust posts fine r orchard good fence Price 5per4cr i JrqmSpringfield r barng good stock barn sm llrtplenty of grass and water 15004tiNo 81160 acres 5 miles from Leb dpIkegood tenant louse3 stock btrns plenty of grass all Dec etaeary out gild dfencefromSpringfield zmteretobaccoacres of good tobacco land g0d fence and plenty of water Price 2QOO lrornSpringfield tobaccobarn j a good wells rood spring plenty Mof posts Price 35 PnNo40270acres9 room brickdweU ing in good repair al of farm wellJfenced 2 tobacco barns 80acriof first bottom rest second bbttoniyQnt s nuJ1Jtyforthe plow Close to schodt arid church Price 50 per acre mSptinJdand Church in PleseantGraykneighborhood 8 dwelling 6aci tobacco bari 2 stood stock bari ileaRyoug orchard bent bowies altpf farm under good f 1cePrye x70 jpec acre V No 94 House and lot in Fenrrickrcheap f N6 9616 acres 7 milis front S h field btt good b room dwell etecipagood tobacco lend well wateredplenty of grass Price 35 per acre y mNo 1c9133 acresf 8 miliis frea f Sprmgtieid 5 toom dwelling 8 acre fog f bacco barn good t neat t house milk house fine or ihrd4Q1lOtr cudri No Q2 15Qacres 8 room d w Ui 4 acre tobacco barn good stock ijqts- ome timber all in grass well watf lIretl ieutVoz ult mil fromchurch 1 rile from Kcnool Price 45 per oifc B D11 KAKE THE REAL ESTATE MAN If SPRINGKIKLD SUSSCRIBERS JushelsQfchti fn 0 1JI pttRt 5 has forsale a 1 KVrey a one Jr it D Stiles Springfield Rt i Tias Jib locust posts far sale i W P CIa brooks Springfield fti1rye 1ftve Springfield hae to le hPn 0 Water M a4 alib- it da i t i30 la 1 rf1P0 o 1BJhas for i lllt butfiels of pure potato f rion sets aiki about 5 00b l9 kciipi Onions or Will hot1IpiK iia JWtSqib f pumpkins 9LJiL 5 Ldbt rnroughred chickens for tr2 Sa UF tt Iilkrjft Redf mil j Vr each tf H ila tt jol Btjfet tJPUU anti OCkeri 1iicvw pxiceft 0bdJ one iivvfeiht G D Parr tt Rt 3 ham for xat Xor 40 barrels of corn at I0 eta pain bushel shucked out in tth bald 12I Mrs hiuiffors1 have aigcR lot of r Mr 3 tturkeys fur wilt Wi tU tvait for f hens 42 ThOM 1Ehin turkeywweeld be pleasedto 6l1 their order onceas want to xetridofthem not Iit t tbltXmaal Mwe Elixa Mcintire ILJt JJ 5 phbnt 99iD T in Mrs Jno s McElroy M MI ailBlack Minorca cockerel at 50 eta ieeciL Also turkeys ot Mrs Merrltts trynone better anlW xo Mrs J Ri ClaybrookR + S y lTol i f a wk ttk