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Lti- tL T tp 1k5 2 4 Ir1 4t lbtcl r tr 4 ii it It e r r f 1 1cM lEYOTE TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHIN6TON COUNTIc 4 r y r I i Ic gTTr 4JM1 rH0W tt t IL rtt tot r1fx l SPRINIFIELD KY I WEDNEDAYDECEMIER 2 1901 r 1 lIIw i If I LWMw k I tJuJA1TY Iij FUIMf Lineaa- SarIet 0 xtlt i rd rI t t enijOnof 10r t f4 1 Teed by evey- WasMngtqn ih ttl bu t ri1b eryhdied 1 y 1a tritt1v beyed 1itf1e t rt78r E tk j1thi circm1 t i lletteY will soon be t 7 ir 1MMItne JiyJofmany i t v 10 tj t tti cf scarlet fevei like eptr t Ioeai s i lQ r infec di5 t t r l 4u to mifference or care i flarJrgelY i 1h tieart of people whose t il iSay sat ected The statementmayt 3 itl itfeq strong when we arid thft the 1i contagiOus maladies is due 1tiItElilgQf xeg1igi eThenever a fl Tefuseg toobeythein 7 ii tb3 attendird physician inf t r t to caeiheor she dis 1wof the State and beJ Jt om Jcrljriilial J11mtastDuchso Jt k theindiYidualwhorpbB a hen 11ostior1 t f I t Y t In factthe family that t t = llf4iifects i community with a lfJ malady Ssi more to be dread 4 nthe p ownjasSas JP if I Physician fais tQ1Joper1y in cj r5ttUot his pants nd attendants when t e i i5Kmagibus disease Develops he is un Ito Gt practice the profeesion of mediT i1fl 8x Boaus bfhisDQw1i kvAil ny lll dj 4 maj eiaacrificed andmuch suffer r ft ljI f 1rtJ DrM W Hyatt Watbingtcin co- ir1i llealth Officer is doing everything 1 cp P1 his power to stamp out infectious 14j 551iecaei but he is helpless wltBout the J t a iigtince of thfr people 4j instructs STh Sun tq say that his instructions in Jrth fuurenutst b obyd No per 45ti pgui1ty ofvio1ating the law will be Lttl r excused upon thep1ea to Ignorance Jrr j ttit WiJberrsted nd pfpsecufced in v ut criminal courts Such gS course is tt tigh1 lt is thef most effecttye yayto- jMadacate people along thesfe Imps If Ia at few fii9 ate assessed against viola JS4 tors of tie lawV theefmjtfor good A will be magical Theife Is no reasont T5tbyah individual should riott 4l tv tt for wantonly spreading dies SS SsJ I4f n Should permit diaeaaer cat tiflranatwill inetithecattle 1 aLerpeopie he wouldjttoncebe at 45St u d fiveiolIr shoat and- 5iSIItwo1Jar billy goat have theman J t5bf prptection wraed about them jana chvakous citi4ishipdefies Yon to inoculate them with the germ of dis 1f rr s eae but the beautilVl httle child Yi gelLoclfs and CurJsr Headwho f eae into the world witieho1y kiss t v jGpd AJmightyXipon its broNv to per- JJ fcrrn perhaps some great nission has r 1r ttl b9 mbre 10 the arrows and iJt J sWngs of toe peddlers of microbes Do- a r oq t iIk 1i io pig than you dOof J Jii W 1irV1 pCtQU bestow more of your ff tioP upon the billy goat than you fJ 1fd n tftojvhose life IS more 11 1 jbPo WAp pearl of the sea t l ct ixistence uron earth may F V f1 tJbethe nnof Directing a nation ofci Lii 1J t Jt t e Founai5nfleads5o- Libei i I J 4ty74j li Q JJ J fs TIe Suioadsfor th4iildren ThE tja blrJI rath plenty 01 It T r P + fltkasmaybe iiori1e ep1e who wjl1 g t h l JS 1fi JI rtpt maIiciousl r f ritis mere1are1essrH0 s IIL ttbQ pat Qf tliepant who permlb 1ttJ1 ii f6c ef child tgo IflOrigQtIlC thI5hfl I i 1 Sut hOW bfteo have ybu iipepl Say Y chi1drerb GLd the disei ifrrndtgoing to keep ini pep rt bparerulljiPthij tfe- r t ti JfL hee1f rwomffltl1 r loX ta malicea tr S155ni 1jr o hJ 1 if f JjO t 7 r i EJ + r f jA iI ti F Ifw pJ 4j lY r G Ji 5 ri itttfjbj r 9 tpi us laced M jeopardy by these crlm liJ r Ever ietfort should be made to pjo cfcjthiKlittle ones Every good citi zeri should report to the proper author B persons who violate the instruc tions of the County Board of Health SeWORDS OF WISDOM The following excerpt from an ad ress delivered by Cardinal Gibbons on valuableflesson v Thechurch teaches that the civil authorities must be respected no mat ter what the nationality or reljgion of he incumbent in office I a letter today from a man asking me whether hesbught to respect Mr Taft the Presidentelect because he was in formed that MrTaf t was not a believ jar 5n out Lord Jwas amazed and can scarcely JtHflieYe the man was a Catholic You must have no les- sespct for those at the head of your g9Ve rnmntthah vou have for the Pope HI his department There is a great evil in this land that for bodes reyolu ion or a partial of he only way to avoid a catastrophe is o teach our young men to respect the authoritieS placed over them Iii the above brief paragraph there is a volume of logic The words of Cardinal Gibbons should be irxdelibly impressed upon the mind of every school boy in America In teaching the young men to respectthe authorities placed ovex them we teach them to obey the nations lawand obedience to nations laws is essential to the perpetuity of a government by and frthe people Kentuckys Neglect Prof Dickey of the Southern Nor trial Sch6ql of Bowling Green sooke tp alargeLlahd ajpprociative audiencetin t the Presbyterian churchJiere Sunday evening in the mteresfc of Education inS Kentucky A large crowd greeted the speaker and the strictest attention was paid to his remarks He is a pleasing taiker and all who heard him were highly pleased He presented a start ling array of facts itf reference to Kentucky neglect along educational lines and made a strong plea to his audience to assist in correcting the evil Prof Dickeys campaign for education will result in much good He should be as sisted by every man and woman who is interested in the welfareof thejState t Marion Connty Primary SsThe primary election in Marion coun last Saturday resulted in the nomi Inatipnof H T Garten for Represen tative AP Carter for County Judge H S McElroy for County Attorney Tom B Spalding for Circuit ClerkIC ar T Sraldinff for ant W T Madden frJailer Nominations ior Other count oflloj vfe rtct tImade by the De mocratic County m mittee The Democracy of Marion county will go efore the people next November with a strong ticket and will win by a handsome majority CatMtCoffcy The marriage 6f Miss 1yrtIe Catl tt and Mr GM Coffeywas solemnized in the Baptist church in this city last Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock jRev Wm H Williamsomciating The bride Is5a daughter fot Jailer G D Catlett and is a popular young woma Who in f1idsWashington rCat1Gree1 dons Chefrlel1 9tthe couple ex tiend congratulatiOns and record many fwihefor happy and prosperous mar- rted life The Baptiatichurcn was hand 6meiy decorated With pptted plants s and evergreens The bride Woje a coat suit of grden with hat to match- kand earned a bouquet of white chrysanthe mums The attendants were Messrs WilllSeJecmanahd Lynn Bush0 Medicine That Is Medicine t 11- have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints but I hav6 now found a remedy that keeps Trie wel1and thatremedy Electric Bitters a medicirfe that is medicjife for stomach and liver treubles and fQr run Iowiicoriditions i4s W G Kiestler lj punfrliieryesj and inipart yiaor and energy to J ZK odr morieywifl be rifunde ifit t1olp youOc zt Hrdon Rob n2i rug tore t j j J iiJ i11 4i tirtfJ t1 t 1ft t tj J lJ rJ t 4 if 7or tn mr 1i f n NOTE OF SATURDAYS 1R1MARY4t Ii Sheriff Assessor Jailic 6JVJR 11 li= od jt 4RCINCTS Is s = Si4 F r iiiI4MooresvilleiWiflisburgv No 3if 22 71 41 44 4 North No 459 27 42 42 46 3i 22Mackvi1le 129 18 113 76St16 110 Springfield No 951 106 29 127 3 152 Springfield Np 10 60 90 55 SO 16 i20 Kelly ShOp No 1149 53 50 48 10 83 Grove No 1221 30 26 Total 612 894 J 609 299 t Pluralities 5f 282 HI fe rURIA Y S r Yt It PRIMAp i f Passed Off QuietiyAn 4 4 deison Mitchell and j 4 Catlett Nomi lnated 4 In the Democratic Primary laSt Saturday SJ Anderson was nominated for Shirilr W T Mitchell for Assessor and G D Catlett for Jailer Ander sons ntajority crier Kimball is 282 Mit chells over Willett 197 and Catletts pyer Riley 822 Tne election passed off quietly and there js little or no dissatisfaction among the voters In1i8heriffs race l5C6yoteswere polled in the assessors race 1515 and in the jailers race 1420 The vote in the assessors race is just 100 votes lessi than the Bryan voteS i The nominations for county office with the exception of magistrates andi 4 constables are now complete and the Democratic pdrty will go befdre the voters next November5with a strong winning ticket No Democrat in the countyican offer an excuse for refusing to support the nominees and if there is among us a so called Democrat who dklbscratcfrRepubli- can bipod f The Democrats have nominated a clean ticketfa picket composed of up right honorable business men who will cj duct the affairs of the county in such a way as to result in good to CIopponents othe successful candidates been nominated the same could haye T been thmstidof S BOOKER As 1 LShave been absent for a weekor 14two I will come agairito ten what are alljdbing iSeveral fromthere attended the candy pulling at Mr John Rileys in coty Saturday night NelsohII Mr Ernest Pile and sister lie Ji ent Sunday evening at Mr John Walling fords near thepil o in kelson StringtownonI Mr Louis Kirsch Jr Pilot Life and5 daughter Katherine spent Sunday3kWith their father am mpthe Mr and MrsL Cirsch Sr n3ar I loomfieldiuin Nelson county Bon Fridayov2O to the wife of A E ftilmf ofi v 5orVitnnnnfl rrl er and daughtec are getting Motjly Mr Loye Settle is on the sick Mrs Mayme GoatIeyspe9 andjMrsCathie Settle anion Harry Mrsl S aturday night and Sunday with her sister Mrs Alvin Rllly of Maud Messrs Wm Anderson and J R1 Hugher0fvNelaon county called oi rl1 tl Sunday evening We iv ere sorry to hear of the death- pi jirjohn Riley Srjat Willisburg ti MiseLilIie Eil Is lIt1ntb r lsteLj inuadththis week r F tZf Tg5S t+ 114 t1 t fa 4 Jir i j 0 4ifJl rtj tf0 f r t iZ 4c 1UI Three or four or five montnt I ago 1 left Jno Y Mayes uni J 4t+ pump upon my shoulder The 4 it tanks about three feet high t fitnd about three feet in cii 1 1 y cumferarice the pump i y somewhat larger than a y cycle pump On my w ptiy home the tank and pump 1lost from my shoulder 1 dr 4haveTr robbed indeed I havent the slightest idea that f was held fitj f1 up but I am utterly at a loss + to explain how the tank and pump disappeared from my shoulder upon the streets of i Springfield J in broad daylight i was last seen oh the day of tragedy in the middle fitthe the road with ithe goods thometa1The man woman or child thisj+Z1profound and puzzling mys try will be liberally rewarded + 4SJ SMOCK 4Gi + cZ i3it + Praises The Society jf I irI Editor Sun Behold how goodly and pleasant it is foftbrethren to dwell to gether in unitYOne is reminded of 4fiis when they witness the Joy among the farmers oyer the sale of their to bocco at a just compensation for their labor They realize now what they e1t thddr5if1fy of Rjulty which agams great odds and much abise held out lor ihu t Hud it been sus tained by all the raisers of tobacco the reward would have come long before this But some calling themselves Independents whose motto Saemed to be I care not whdsinks so I swim sought to avail themselves of the ad vantage in price arising from the So ciety of Equity and yetj not share any of its responsibilities This they had the legal right to do But did they have the moral right Did It not por tray a lack of sympathy for a felloW farmer to thus feed the trust and dis courage the t organization th4t55 was termed for the good of thefarmert It Appeared this way And o ubt the snse of being wronged by the seljlsh ness of the Independents vpks thepinhie cause of the right riding Not triatjl indiviiJul1y1hQktI wrong bllt this exnlains 1 e y ef- feet must haVe 4 caus rQAncJ nbw trust all the tobacco rijs irwiil stand together shoulder to S hp ild rfpr whtt is right and for each oth and trytc redeem our tatc from the tjiatbdmm has been rough Upon her All praise to the Sociev Qf Equity so 1onr s it remains truer to its names Should it ever like the tobacco trust becipnieah instrument of may a righteous Porle arise insAtkjelr put it down I tJUSTIC- r A Dangerous OpfeiHatipn isthe removal of the apfiebdibyi I surgeon Ntfiie wnb Calces Dr King New Life pijls a ever Subected ib thisI frightful ordeal They Vo spflUiefly J dont fetohemv Thfoure ptibrt headau tbillouiae ahd mall t1flc tlatitJ Jit tdrtitore Ij A I 1 t I i J d Jyv M J r tl ittJ A t ffl iJ J yf ti5Wt J r t E fS t Pr eYentlOft of r 1 01f ii ittot I j t i tScarlet I VCJItl State Board of Health Jssues Cfrciilar 6ij rIIf J Rules By Which People Must r x- r I t lY v be GovernedS 1 I To the Physicians and People of Wash in ton County Scarlet Fever Scarletina and Scarlet Rash are different names for one ndI the same disease It is an infectious and dangerous disease and the mildest case maysprjead the infection an 2 cause 4jhemoft maijpiaut cases JScarlet Fever is essentially a disease ofchildhood and always results from infection from a preexisting case- Cozntrieebave been freefrqm it far ciwtarieB till Imported by commence icd trade Owing to its frequency ndl fatality itlsof fa more importancexto 1etpleof Kentucky than smallpox b4reJlo fever IIi view of- 1ii fki the great importanctof p pt iIQhito1i and thd1ellfcL Oli + 1i Vrit the tt doflidSei ase are beyond iquie6tion The following rules have been preJ pared with care and should be disseminated and as occasion requires ob served by all interested in the welfare of children L When a child has sore throat and ever and especially when Scarlet Fever J8 in the neighborhood it should be immediately separatedfrorothcrsS untila competent physician has seen it and fully determined that it is not affected with a contagious disease 2 If Scarlet Fever maintain strict lI isolation in an upstaIrS toomil D9S sible howeyer mild the case may be until the shedding of the skin iscom plete and all branny scales disappear and afterwards until patient has beep thoroughly bathed and clad in garments sickroomtdunng KENTUCKY CHILDREN ARfc REI LEAS fcD FROM QUARANTfNEAND PERMITTED TOR B TURN TO SCHOOL OR MINGLE WITH OTHER CHILDREN BEFORE IT IS SAFE JOR THEM TO DO SO The rule should be always to give the communi ty the benefit of the doutitand to main tain the isolation until there is no possibility of danger In giving the disinfecting bath the hairy scalp should rei ceive special attention 3 Placard thi house and keen alE children all having the pare of rfbil dren and all whet l tI1L are away from itIt should be borne in mind that the poison of Scarlet Kever surpasses that of any other eruptive disease in its tenacious attachment tq clothing and other objects even for years And in its portability to other houses or even distant loaIitiesi 4J3urn all discharges from the mouth and nose and disinfect all other discharges from patient Burn all refuse from the 4ick room All spoons cups glasses etcx used in the ick roomiShould be washed separatelylrom other dishes and should ierniinsorne rtfrii iabQiling water f 5 Disrifect all bdana bodl cloth 7Ing andeirythi g eJsdused rbhe sick room before removing it there from lyimthrioitfor six hours in a SolutioHjBlchloride btliine four ounces tb the gallon of water They may then tTe wrung out and put jn the wash Re member hoWever that no dismfectanib mheocutiied sickroom can do away witSt thiineces 1ty f6rabundantfref- ba5rhdsunlgbv r 6 After complete recovei7or death carefully and thoroughly disni ft the rOQipan4c nt rjTQd this stop all apertures wetJ Dampen the floor and bedding aj3isliiic n oigmaldehydcn or burp three popne pf sulphur Dampened with aljsfcohol fbf each i0OOcubIfet of pacel avin- the roacloeed fQr atast twelva ioursAfterwarth rocthu1d le f1 TJ fI t i rJ t1 4f2l fj i thoroughly yentilaUd and all lsi r woodwork and wallwashdwithS f 1soap and rinsed the distif s olution This work should W fthoroughly ptherwis it will give afarsesenseofsecurityS 4if 7 In caseoJtdeatthVbpdyi r 9 e wra pebt Jn a sheet uaturat diynfecting aolu k n and buried aioo aeticable9 without public fun al J Vv vices NeWsapers in givm ar I tLeath should state tbst iVas- carlet Iif Fever and thatc1ldi- persons having the care ofaiiIth inould not attend e f 1t8 f ysicin atteiidiia 4r JI t eJr ehoulduae rPI J thEr pjd11f il tfO t w7 ef k th t 1cMitioiSlrringthediae eooergI K J J9 The law equiies that all CIIbtS ontagibus disease shall be r Uit IMhet t fie head ot the family or pS i i if within entfour hours Thtw V v Vfiaihould t fBy order of th6 Board J J N YcOOKKAcJ C I 1 j 1 jt lS S lCtJ J l SALES r I J fj p1 Lapse Leaf TqbAGOt l1 last Saturday tt Il1J4d 6ratifyiiig Sbi d it Prices Ranged5fiom 9 to f tfitcLarge owdSj ci Sale J frt jt if rThe Washington County Tobacrf Warehousb Company opened itAJck t lear tobacco market at the warho j firbelow11J crowd of farmers from this andadQiBKx ing counties and manyohtci fJ f t v re in atEPdnciia jJ arG salis Kan et yd y thing in readiness and at Wttfndfe ifc f t f tile sale l egan with Messrs Grovrpd Moss present as buyfrf K r 44Ni bir icthe American TobaeooCoapaaMr- Hutchingnt l ftJi reprting PttrEn 1 t f 1resenComiany of 4Winstbn Sakm ito a From th beginning the biddpjas i iffspirited and the 35POQ poundeo trbaccfr sold brought pricea ijangwirrobi irct9 to 23 cents pei0piund thepIra for the whole jeinf abcfi t J t f The prices realized were aUi t oo1 Qe Desired by the tobaccgersacL- the success bfth SaWi isfactqrV to Mr Abfa manager anfl auctioneef Ti 2fjrealized for theinf ri1gr 11 eipeca1Iy gratifyingIrbQ0d sQveraI years aola ktrvt13 ati4 sold Saturday foe tt ihucH asiL it t je pound The higher gr I froth nnJar It6 E Hb Wt h tot1 g i ntsf tt tobL i r The uet saIdwill be hel rztktpurday when t epectdttiji i I oundswiledipod fr ottr t j r Jll ti f r 1t lc TjUr Jr l 4 tlrJ CibliLjto1f I1 4 t Gibbt A i qf jf tbIClt Wae11om near ii fA t 7 county godesg1 iIt2 wr Thath wac dupe toltJIefl- OI t =of And md onordcitiisuw fncJr he weait1y in saag r tj 1 1Lt i f n tu btv zr t4 to t r t1StJ ttI Jtfj jI tj r J it 1 ti Jjt r I 1 ti Ht2 r z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1908 JI 9fii +iI 11 J I f Kw I t if I rvr m 5 ijJ i 1 L 41 CAN YOU BlEAT THIS ITheCost of OOOInsu ance1 fInthe Business Men s Life Insurance CompanytH IL L J of Louisville Ky j Ii j iitt i f AGE 20 9 f 2P 9T55 920Ff 23 925 T5 t 24 930 fcf 25 935Ijq 26 940m t5h5 1 27 9 48 933I29 962 1 acIS IIIi 30 968 It 31 976- F IS jc FOR INfORIATION CALL ON = r a Business Mens Life insurance Louisville Ky orR i 4 c ILeeVanArsdale Springfield Ky j y- 1tt t 1I1 II IIIIIIIIi IIAn Extraordinary Visitati nuIa 101JThe following article was sighed G BG and was published in 1883 July J 28 in the Saturday Night 3 ik In the summer of 1770 an astonish ing multitude of worms of uncommon size and distinctiVeness passed through a section of the Connecticut River Val ley overspreading to a great breadth the whole surface of the ground de istroyinE the luxuriant fields of wheat and corn leaving desolation behind themQ Ths army of worms seems to have commenced as far North as Lancaster N H and extended their ravages as 4 far down as Northfield Mass on both sides of the river They began to appearthe latter part of July and continued their ravages until September The inhabitants styled them the Northern Army They were multitudinous almost beyond imagiria i don Whole pastures were so covered that no one could put doWn his finger L i in a single sppt without touching a worm More than ten bushels were seen in a single heap i They were unlike anything the pres Jnt generation has ever seen They were different sizes butin their ma vlturity were as long asa mans finger and proportionally large in circumfer Sence There was a stripe along the ii back like black velvet on each side a yellow stripefrom end to end and the rest of the body was brown i They appeared to be in great haste except wnen they halted to devour tfieir food In their right onward march Vthey would go up the side of a house 1Aand over it in such a complete column L15 that nothing of boards of shingles could be seerior if any door or window on h the side which they approached hap r pened to be open they would enter and- vJUl the houses of the inhabitants as did the frogsof Egypt ft They did not take hold of the pump 1iip vines peas potatoes or flax but wheat and corn they devoured with the mtinost greediness In the wheatfields Sthir principal aim was to secure the bending heads filled with juicy Kernels To prevent this men would draw the rope as they termed Itthat is two men would take a rope one at each 51h jend and pulling from each other till it Kwas nearly straightened they would passaling their wheatfields and brush offjthe worms from their stalks and by often ioding retarded somewhat the work of Ihdestroyers but found the ffprt ofrip ultimate importance There were fields of corn on the meadows in Hayerhill and Newburg ytf sUriding so thick large and tall that in some instances it was difficult to see surian standing in the field at the 4jjjoI rodibutin ten days I 1t 1fr +GES 1v 32 985 33 997 34I IOO6 35 1019 36 1033 37 I046 38 1064 J 39 IO83 40 ii91 41 112S 42 1150 43 1178 from the first appearance of the toorthr ern Army of that corn nothiW re mained but the naked stalks Men dug ditches around their fields one foot anda half deep hoping this might prove a defense but the worms soon filled the ditches and the millions that were in the rear went over the backs of their fellows in the trenches and took possession of the interdicted food Every expedient was resorted to by the inhabitants to crush or in some way destroy their detestable invaders but all in vain The fields of wheat and corn were al most entirely destroyed But o pota toes and especially pumpkins great crops were gathered and the inhabi- tantS somehow continued to live About the first of September the worms suddenly disappeared j but where or how is unknown for not the carcass of a worm was to be seen In just eleven rears eflr8d in 1781 the same kind of worm appeared wereItively few in number and have had in the course of over one and eleven years no successors CLEANING Amateurs Can Wash and Freshen Them Up jwone wishes to ketp ones corset and fresh this etui only be done quent washing The majority of cheaper corsets cannot be washed ow- Ing to the cheap st tlor iron stiffen ling used in their manufacture When corsets are washed the metal forms iron uiold stains in the fabric and makes them look ugly It is there ford necessary that corsets should be of a fairly good quality or at least that the stiffening agent used in their nuin ufacture isor a substance that will not oxidize when wet and form stains such as iron mold on the fabric The method of washing is to moisten corsets by placing th InallW soap lather theu straighten board and brush them thoroughly with a soft brush using plenty of soap u dWI1 ter dipping them occasionally Into the water to remove the loosened dirt WUen quite clean rinse them thoroughly and If required stilT dip them into boiling water starch The degree of starch used depends entirety upon the stiffness required Some people prefer their corsets to be soft In which case no stiffness need be given The corsets should then be dried in the open air If possible and when only slIghtly damped they ought to be pressed with an Iron This makes thorn smooth and oiore comfortable Lo wear Subscribe fo The Sun1 SLOG yegi Th in MM Conrler Jofirmaj LBt Vhs pitngtI l4 Sun LQ4Pw 1 1k HS AGE T 44 i1I 45 I24I v46 i293 47 33S 48 1390 Tv H r 49 I4i55 50 1532 5 I 1615 152 1709 53 1814 54 1934 55j 2068 ISSSFURTHER Co HIIIIIIIII hundred CORSETS ti YOUR APPEAL Itothe public through the columns of this paper q With every issue it carries its message into the homes and lives of the people L Your competitor has his store news in this issue Why dont You lave yours Dont blame the peop efor flocking to his store rhe know what he has LONG LICK Mr Frank Graves and wife spent Ihur diy night with Mr J F Carpen ter ai id wife Mr Henry Noel and wife visited Mr Jas mve and wife Thursday evening Mis Nettie Graves and Miss Nettie Russ spent Thanksgiving with their teach r Miss Ora Bottom Mr Annie Graves is quite ill with grip Mrs Bettie Lowe is very sick wit lung rouble Mr Zelhert Hatchett and wife are rejptt IK over tile arrival ot a rine boy at Jr home Headache If it does you should tr Dr Jliles AntiPain Pills Why not dp so THey will relieve the pain in just a few min utes Ask your druggist There are 45000 druggists in the TTr S Ask any of them A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache rljhey relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isnt that what you want My son Frank Snyder has used Dr Miles ritlPaln PUls for a longtime He never had anything to help him so much for headache A year ago he came home and I wu down sick with such a dreadful nervous headache He gave me one of the AntiPain Pills and after while I took another anci was entirely re lieved I always keep them in the hbuse now and gave many away te others suffcrlnff with headache MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN Powell South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr Miles Ant Pain and we authorize luau niyIfMiles Medical Co ElkhjirtJnd L iAL Willing to Die For Sciencet Man Who Was Inoculated With Germ of Tuberculosis to Be V hed Carefully and Every Effort Made tp Cure Him In the hope of discovering a preven five and cure for tuberculosis Frank Meriritt who two weeks ago volun teered to surrender his body in the interest of humanity and medical science has permitted a physician to in oculate his system with the germs of the dread disease An examination made recently showed that already the disease has made considerable prog ress since the Inoculation a week ago Merritt who Is a middle aged man was at one time a prosperous book binder in a western state According to his story his wife and a promising son died victims of tuberculosis Their loss preyed on his mind to such an ex tent that he finally failed in business and became a wanderer Two weeks ago he applied to the Salvation rmy headquarters In few York for lodging and was sent to the Salvation Army hotel in Chatham square It was there City Chats With Her is He Not Wear a Mask A perfect gentleman burglalr en tered a house at 1873 Magnolia Avenue Edge water Chicago at an unseason able time and for two hours Miss Evelyn OMalley eighteen years old kept her courage while the robber ran sacked the home and talked him out of his Intention to steal he could find As he left he bowe and asked her pardon for the intrusion Miss OMalley was alone her sister Helen a trulired nurse having Just MONEY gone with a physician to visit a pa tient A ring of the doorbell called the young to the door where slio found a well tlroHSod quiet nni elctrant young inun pulling off his gloves Miss he asked pleas antly nm the younger Miss OMalley the girl who did not suspect the young man was n burglar He stepped in at once turned and locked the door pushed his hands Into the pockets of his well cut coat und bowed by quickly drawing a revolver out of his pocket That was pretty neat said the man It was a blrff I want your money Now Just lend UM around the house anti well see what there hOh very she replied Where do you to start- They started through the rooms the man carefully and search Ing each piece of furniture That prize fisb story from Iowa how a trolled Spirit lake und cau ht a live pound 0n a spoon hook has been out classed in all Clate R Tlnan edltorof the Kimball ft D Graphic calls the yarn and goes it one better Here is his i Monk my big at Bernard dog who J as at home in the water as on laud has a tip of white on the end of his Jon tall about as big as my While fishing tQl lkerel In a lake hi the early him on shore because me too l that he first announced his wIhhlng1Jt7 to die If his death might aid In aVlIn the rUl have had difficulty In keeping body and soul together he said and death has no terrors for me For sevtrnl days after Merrltt announcement waited for a replyfbut no one appeared to take his offer Finally Dr CC Carroll 61 2102 Broadway found and C oculated the man with a germ of tftj thedocrtors says ow thorouphly entered Into Merrltts system and t Is expected the case will be under wnln the next few days u Mraction was voluntary paid Merritt Of bourse I am not anxious to die but I felt like doing what I have done In the Interest of and scienceI Thief Makes Girl Pilot Him Windy Burglar Pleasantly Ransacks Various Rooms Does Because It Transmits Bacilli HeTells Trembling Young Woman everything mannered OMalleyV admitted terminating theglture I- sbere1 overturning spaniel pickerel truthfulness advantage0f humanity Dont you ever wear a mask asked girl No responded the burglar A mask bacilli You will never see me again ThkiX pretty hard work Will you get me a glass water and another glass Certainly said the girl Til make a cup of coffee If you waat rae toIMiss OMalley was getting nervous She managed to brace upJ n verthe less and bring a glass Thank you he said pvUtag a flask from his pocket and three fin tol WANT YOUR SAID THE MAN woman well want much gels of bourhon Into the glass Oh pardon me for thinking of tal ing this tlrst he suM give way to yn u priority No thank you said the girl I never drink The smiled his revolver Into range and saM Well you cant start earlier Go ahead You can shoot if you want to but I wont drink it said the alrl Oh very well Ill drink It myself said ilit burglar and he did Fifteen minutes later the burglar went to the door and backed outside Im awful sorry that I you Raid he but 1 hl t rlppg time with you 1 hope youll forgive mo Miss OMallev slammed door and Her elder sister found her In the front doorway when sIlt returned a few mliuteatator and the host to the burglar was revived The were then asked tocatch the ugentle man thief Dog Lands Large FkerL Fish Mistakes White Spot on End of Big St Bernards Tail For JBait and Becomes Entangled winning relating pet luishy fhtimb spr1ntJed Ir Merfltt the transmits pourlrig whisky burglar brought honestly bothered visiting the fainted police muchHe got loose and plunged into the lake and was swimming around Suddenly we saw him go down and come up struggling treading water and yelping like one pOMewed We thought probably a snapping turtle had bitten his toot Be struck out for shore swimming with difficulty You can imagine our astonishment when be bounded put pn shore landing a six pound pickerel The big liah had snappeirt at the end of that wktte tall and liiisbat tojM1lcr bdcdiaie so en tangfecl In the hairs of thfedogs till ho couWnH tet 0JyO l c t t lk iDr WFTr Practical t DentSPRINGFIELD KEN Dental workat reasonable work guaariteed 1 fflce over Haydon 8s Barber 1 BDLAInsurance Afent SPRINGFIELD KEN Life Fire and Accideii Old Massachusetts Mutual always rind the bes dividendpaying company world urance DR MWIYATT JU DR JNO M SPAULD OFFIClJOvER- TH1T t RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tfi r aibi 1 OFFICEHOttRS f DR HYATT I I0800 12 mj A m Dr SPATJLDING to 4 m i NfehtVjrDr JJC Mudd 3PKINGFIELD KENTUCKY j fOFFICE OVER J HAYDOHS DRUG 8TOWC Office Hours 8to9Lc1to2pM- t J JI1LAMPTqNMD 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Handsome Line tf Caskets and ivrkl Rbs 1l Telephone hay iy Nightr7t 1 JTilEP wiT Bryans cOmmOn 1iflftWeeKly CourierJournal TW W Louisville Herald hUt 1X JWeeklyWeekly Atlanta Constitution u l1f SemiWeekly St Louis e llC 171 SemiWeekly St Lpuia GlottV Democrat w lTi ThriceaWeek New York World L7I Home and Fanni 111 American Agricultujfiit l Ti Ainerican t 1jLAmerican EIILJIm 1H- Breedtra COuntry GentlsnUn w Farm and Fireeiie 1 Farm Fi ld EW4de lili JLipincottSCribner u Ledger H rJlacutftf Monthly t= Harpers WeikllI 1h Sunny 1 j II 10 THE SPRINGFIELDSUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1908 f 1 1j i TTie Question of H IChristmas Presents j LtUs Settle it for L YOU Corn and look at our line of JEWELRY ttS SU SSSUWSSS THE FINEST AND MQST ATTRACTIVE IN THE CITY J Combj I Brush arid Mirror IcRI1R Sterling Silver Desk and Sets a Gold Locket and a Bracelet Watch or Clock Glasses Brooch FOR HIM A Watch Chain Fob Cuff Buttons a Ring Diamond Gold Pen Novelties in Sterling Silver for his Pocket Office or Desk Its easy to select presents here we have so many beautiful things at such reasonable prices James Jill Graves Springfield Ky l t YOUR WINTER H READING 1 Should be selected now Call upon The Sun and let us assist you Of course you will include THE SUN 1oo PER YEIDgR el t I I Statements Letter Heads i BIll Heads Envelopes i I Cltrds Anything and everything in the way of highgrade commercial printing Out Assortment of jol type is complete our press facilities of tile best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the story of our facilities or doing job printing of the right kind at the right prices f r Cards Envelopes StatementsI i+ LOQK AT THESE I it+ Cheaper Than You Can Build a House No xoi60 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike good 5 room dwelling good stock Barn goodorchard all under good fence One I fourth mile from school and one mile from church Prices 1800 49 acres 3 miles from Springfield onejialf r LmIle from pike 6 room smallstock barn plenty of locusts good fence all i- nograssplenty of water Price 1 200 B D LAKE pp f t 111 The Real Estato Man SPRINGFIELD KT p- V A Warning Winchester Ky Nov 28th 1908 We desire to announce to you that we Have sold all the tobacco remaining in the 1906 pool and the entire 1907 pool The 1906 tobacco has been sold at the original graded prides and the 1907 at graded prices which will aver age 17c per pound We congratulate you upon this successful issue of yOur long struggle for you who have stood firm in the face Qf good report and evil report through weary months of waiting and hardship are the men who have won the victory The purchasers are ready to receive this tobacco as rapidly as it can be de livered and we ask you to render us all the assistance you can by completing your prizing and sending In your type samples with as much promptness as possible We desire to warn you against transferring your tobacco or certificates to speculators not because you are selling property which has already been sold and thus violating the laws of our Commonwealth and laying yourself liable to heavy penalties but because you deserve the entire profits of this transaction and because in a short time your money will be paid you Pay no attention to those who tellyou you will have a long time to wiit1 for the distribution will be rapid and prompt An order has been passed forth immediate distribution of 8 percent of the 10 per cent reserve fund now on hand and the monet from the present sate will follow close upon the delivery of your tobacco EXECUTIVE BOARD BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY How to Use Green Peppers In the last few years peppers have been growing in favor as a vegetable and as a salad For the latter it Is excellent chopped up to give a flavoring to tomatoes and mixed iu with fresh cabbage served with French dressing For more elaborate effects use thE green pepperS whole stuffed with chopped sweetbreads and serve on hearts of lettuce Wash and cut ofT the tops of the peppers carefully remove the seeds and set on the ice toI chill Boll the syeetbren ls find them when still hot with salt pepper and plenty of butter Ifa small piece of onion is put in the water In which they are boiled the flat taste to which many persons object ln using sweet breads as salad is removed t When cold cut In dice about n half inch square and mix thoroughly with a highly seasoned mayonnaise Fill the peppers with the sweetbreads and put a teaspoonful of mayonnaise on top of each one How to Wash Pongee f As the majority of women are wear ing pongee in ohe form or another it Is well to know how to wash a rock a coat or a sIirt waist of it This method has beengiyen by a laundress Warm soapsuds should be prepared in a large tub and the pongee put into them land gently washed out with the hands until quite clean It should be hung in the sun or the air until it is quite dry and then ironed It should be ironed on the wrong side so that the right surf nee will not appear glossy If the pongee is embroidered in col ors it is wise to experiment with a piece of it before putting in water If the color is affected in any way the garment should be washed in gasoline How to Sweeten Strong Butter Housekeepers often find that butter bought for cooking is quite strong Thp Germans have a method of sweetening It which is efficacious It is as fol lows Put ten pounds of butter into a por celain kettle and boll steadily over a good but slow fire until the sediment in the pan Is of a pale amber color This will be in about five hours Great care must be used for fear of scorch- Ing Strain the butter while hot into clean small Jars not squeezing the cloth When cold cover with oiled pa per and keep In n cool place from the air This process Imparts to the worst kind of butter a palntnble nutty flavor It Is better than over for gingerbread or for any kind of plain cake i How to Make Tomato Relish To one peek of firm tomatoes peeled and chopped fine and placed in a81e to drain add one cupful of chopped onions two cupfuls of chopped celery one cupful of white mustard seeds onefourth cupful of sugar three red peppers chopped fine one teaspoonful of black pepper cilmamon arid mace one quart of vinegar and salt to taste Mix together and put in air tight jars Tomatoes must not be scalded but peeled cold as they must be firm also be sure to drain all the water from them This is a tasty relish for cold meats and one that will keep The Sun and CourierJournal 160 OOOOC OOOOOoooOOOooO IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURASK tYOUR GROCER FOR Pride c f Washington or Spring if ldj Cholct MANUFACTURED BY L W JAKBQE CO Highest market price paid for WHEAT CXXXXXXXOCQOCOOOOOQCXXXOO6 i r Cbree Girls and a Bungalow By C B LEWIS Copyrighted 19080by Assciated Literary Press s 1 p The three girlsFlorence MollY and Edithbegan talking up that bungalow in January and long enough before the first April shower they had all their plans Perfected It was to be a unique and romantic summer outing Florences father owned a farm on the bay A frame house had been erected for the tenant and an old log house stood vacant in a romantic spot It was as Florence informed her two girl chums a dear lovely sweet just tooniceforanything old log house It would make such a bungalow as could not be found for twenty miles up and down the coast On the hill forty rods back of the log house Was the new dwelling occupied by Farmer Jones his good fat wife and his lean son Jacob The girls would take their meals there and have no cooking or dishwashing to do When they wanted to roast clams and potatoes they could build a Ore on the shoreJust three girls and no crowds no dressing for dinner no keeping the hair curled just three girls boating fishing and swinging In their ham mocks and cantering over the dewy grass in the morning no cards no bouquets no flirtations the fat Mrs Jones for Chaperon the lean Jacob to run errands old Jones tp drive into the village once a Week af tdr kerosene and baking powder and their mall the very thought of it produced thrills Well it all came about They went down early in July to remain for two months Word had been sent to Jones that they wished to rough it and that he must not remove any of the ro mance He obeyed orders He built three rude bunks put In an old table and three chairs and furnished a lamp There were a few panes of glass in the windows and he did not add to the number there were a few holes in the roof and he did not cover them there was half an acre of pip jeeds around the house and he did not mow them down Mr Jones wns romantic him self and appreciated the sentiment in others The outing started off with How charming How ideal and How very romantic TheI the three girls got their heads together and took a solemn vow It was that they would remain until the very last day of Au gust and that In the Interval they would not encourage any young man to address themany young man except Jacob from whom they learned that young men came that way at In tervals to fish in the bay The bungalow was a success from the start On the first night it rained and the water dripped down through a dozen leaks on the second night a cow came and put her head through one of the windows to see what strange cattle had arrived and taken possession on the third an owl alight ed on the rooftree and uttered three whoops and they were followed by three exclamations of MUrder Police and Help On the fourth day Jacob appeared with a pitcher of buttermilk and some startling news He had discovered a young man had gone into camp a short quarter of a mile away Ijle bad with him n tent a boat plenty of provisions and cooking utensils It looked as if he intended to stay right there all summer Jacob had entered the young mans camp and asked him to please move two miles farther up or down The young man had glared nthi1u and kept on reading a volume of poetry The news created intense excitement at mice An indignation meeting was atoneG called and it was resolved that the young man has got to gOand that we wait upon him In a body and tell him so Jacob bravely offered his help but It was declined The body marched Straight forjhe enemys camp each face wearing a look of determination The enemy was sitting down sripklng a pipe but on their arrival he rose up and doffed his cap and stood at respectful attention Miss Florence was spokesman and after a slight shiver she announced Sir this is my fathers property nnd you are a trespasser have to request that you kindly1 go away But it happens to be my property replied the stranger with it smile Yourjfpthers farm ends at the creek there But but we are three girls sir The young man bowed to the three In turn And we have a bungalow and do not wish to be disturbed- I shall tnke great pleasure in not disturbing you xi But cant you understand sir that we are on our vacation and dont want any men around Sorry young ladies extremely sor rybut I am on my vacation and dont want any females around I will agree to keep my distance if you will keep yours I have camped here for the past three years on account of this spring The delegation walked back to the bungalow without a word Then the meeting was called to order again and Miss Florence asked what further steps were deemed necessary to rid them selves of the presence of the Impudent Intruder 1Why if its his land he has a right there hasnt he 1 ingenuously queried Molly And I didnt expect to see such a good looking young man sighed Edith Are you girls going to turn traitor demanded the chairman in indignant 1TLla touesuBe may be good looking and hfc may be on his own land but lies no gentleman A gentleman would have consented to move his camp even ten miles if kindly requested by three girls- who were camping by themselves If he thinks we are going away instead hell find himself very much mistaken possibleoCcasiWhen Farmer Jones was appealed to he said he guessed the young man was within his rights When young Jacob was told the result of the call at his camp he offered to go over and chuck the intruder into the bay and hold him there but wiser counsel prevailed andS nrhowever Atter breakfast two mornings later Florence went down to the shor for a row to find the boat missing1 The tide AsIrs young man of the amp came rowing up in his own boat and towing missing craft He leaped ashore raised his cap and drew th skiff upon the sands Then he entetedthIs own fcraft without a word and rowed away At diuhar that eveiiing Mrs Jones proudly placed a dish 6f fried squirrels on the The girls welcomed It with little screams of delight Miss Florence had half finished her dinner when she remembered having seen the Intruder with a gUn on his shoulder in the edge of the woods that afternoon She suddenly lost her appetite and whispered to the girl on either band You may bow your neck to the ty rants yoke if you will but as for me neverBut such a deep rich voice as he has And such eyes and teeth At the breakfast next morning there was excellent fish on the table fish caught that morning as Mrs Jones proudly announced The girls pitched In but after five minutesMIss Florence refused to her like a flash that the Impudent intruder must have furnished the supply She looked at hecuums in cold dis dain but Miss Molly clasped her hands lulled her eyes land I knew he must be a gentleman first moment I set eyes on him And how terrible it would have been hereIaThey were traitors to the cause but their conduct only made Florence the firmer in her determination Fate knows when to mind her own business othIoutIcame en It Is useless to speculate on how a girl and a boat get upset on bay lake or river They do and thats all there biggestdenly found herself sinking down to a watery grave She didnt know when the Intruder came rushing down In his skiff and leaped overboard to her res cue She didnt know when she was carried ashore and up to the Joneses house When she did recover she heard sobs and sighs all around her and as she tried to sit up she heard Molly ex claimIOh goody goody She will live He J has saved her life And If she doesnt marry him shes an ungrateful wretch added Edith Why weve known for two whole days that he was a son of Senator Blake and one of the nicest young men In the world Job Still Open The proprietor of a London restaurant advertised for a cook The first to apply for the berth appeared to be In every w5y suitable But before en gaging him the restaurant keeper inquired If he could give him a tip for the 230 race The cooks eyes brightened He whispered a dead certnnd mentioned that he had 5 shillings on the horse himself That wits enough The proprietor g 1vehlm a lecture on the evils of betting and showed him the door As he went out he saw another man about to enter Are you going to apply for the fob1 he asked Well If YOUL are asked If you know anything bout racing say you cant tell a DerbywIn ner from a c sters donkey The man took the advice WAS en gaged and commenced his duties Presently the proprietor rushed to the speaking tube and yelled to thnec- Ook alfs head one i Instantly the reply came Did he by George What was second and third TIe Chinese Waiter The chief glory of an average Chinese lila Is the waiter This indispen sable functionary is the guardian of all four interests for the time being and when you are not looking he dives into secrets and matters of your own tatleem to amuse and enlighten him to jceLIketnllghtened countries he hardly eVer lepurates himself from the Inevitable napkin but his badge of waltershlp Is i very practical article with him With jt In summer be mops his damp brow or bare shoulders while in winter wrapped about his head it protects him from rain and wind The Chinese waiters napkin Is put to all kinos of ases besides those just mentioned It Is used as A dishcloth a mop with which to wipe the floor a cloth for leaning and Wiping down tables and i duster But Chinese landlords are rery reasonable In their in a rneasnrecompensate for the un pleasantness of living to their innst it ki IiI1II1 I Read This If you wanta horneaud come to see me IIJJ etSprplenty of grass pleffty of tobiiccc lap well fenced n well wat red Win on easy tertnVor cash Pride 6OO 9fbest6acresjgroundhouse new Price 3OOOJOO House 10 rooms 2 acres of gristable fine garden hen house house fine pastures in fact eyert necessarv2lOO0 This property is only m market for a short time If want any ofi it call on or itjii me at Once BDLAKK Re1 Estate Agent t Id Ey- JtII14P1tI n1 STEVE YCFor Trap pr Field a S SINGLE or DOUBLE BARREL t rHigh SHOTGUN is I deal Low hi Pkin QuaIitygoodgun1s t Made ia atandrlengths weights etc or Harmnerlosa Styles STEVENS SHOTGUMS STRAIGHT AND TROI L Gee4aKS J1ta If1e1iltbt we Puce I5i4Mi1e 11Jii- n E7LeMrji f JYTEVEN ISS1- ARMS TOOL 0ex4 N F 4 ChcPflL CLUBBING RATCS v I WITH LOUISVILLb DAILIES r The Sun and The LotoiayUle Tine one year 7ffM The Sun and the Daily C6uri Journal except bundiiy I IS Same includiog Sundayi IThe Sun and the daily Courier i Journal any three dayirn r 1frTheCJourierJournal any tihrt days in the week six months J ItThe Sun and the Sunday GWH ierJ ournal oney RTMiv Tl JW The Sun and the Lomsyilfc daily year852ThePostdnevear4 HowfplSuii t1 Keep Your BowelsReraitr am w StoackSiSt v People sometimes imi MvirtMn thY 1MttIaeina1nTaking plX and l pia nkt regular are two very different Jtoaitom The use bf a vlo1entoatMitta AMI not Ittphysltfla an emrgeicy T8H dy Jattt aSv- er r a bowel treatmeHt If the bMrato dot riot move regtiferly tKere J r deeper seated than the mace cIIIug that Is removed l y a diMr vpf pills When that drowsy tired HtMng the coated tongue the ft Jlhad paj the sour stomach the sallow e ion constipated boweU and touch fever come on it is time 10 take a che that will at OK the bowels gs and mildly cleansing and strengt them stir up the liver and aid the iiach in digesting the food j Dr Caldwell Syrep PepsIn ahowregular bowel movemeatA come bacl a gqod appetite and perfect dig and you soon feel like your old M oes not gripe nor pain It acts ama mildly and is Very pMMant io isAw Hlnchman Mesick ICidi say I I troubled with imUiestkm and trouble I have used Dr CaWwelff up PjBpsIii with fine results rjite a feet laxativa and l Saw feel as stf aid well as foriifterly Wm Block HI aijtlc J1ll sysr Pr paldwfl Pepsin s the be r WM dy I war for lly c complaittt oc consttpa Mrs ItRBro1I Lddlngton JBd Ta was tr and fdYtfthrpatipn P i her prompt relief A3Ldr1it tfi- Oc I and sieo per TwptUel Pepsin Syrup Co W CaJdw MohticeUo V Ill te Wi6 si4 letoanYoB1r laa JMMT 4 andwU1gIveitafaIrr1Jor nr84T fIsJ I r 3 71THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1908 J 4 s4 w1 6FJEt SUN lYBRY WBDNlSDAYi UBSCRIPTIQN ONE DOLLARS Advance 4 MfcERS GORE Edit r aid PublisNer f SpringfieldZyJjI Ji5econd matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ri JLOO laths entfcs 4 25 Announcements r CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE W are authorized to announce L H fairraari as a candidate for reelection L toteeaoffice of Circuit Judge of this theEteventh Judicial District WashingtonTaylorand of the Democratic party Primary Storday December 19 1908- C4YMONWEALTH S ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R L Ikofaun QfGreericountyua candidate- S iHiJectIont the office of Common thIAttomeyof the Eleventh Ju r c District composed of the counties Miiripn Taylor Green and Washing toil counties subject to the action of tike Democratic party Primary Satur dayllecember19 1908 I COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY ale are authorized jtp ann bnce Clem lof Marion county as a candi dafOr Commonwealths Attorney of t a Eleventh Judicial District com TayJireenandtion of the party nfcxj Saturday December 19 1908 Resolutions of Respect tLi Speed Smith Lodge No 298 F jfc li to the fragrant memory of Brtifelr John S Riley Ke the Supreme Architect of ibtVUjdT rse has appointed unto every BMUI jfoTdie and once more fulfilling this d c lonNY 23 1908 by calling i qmiftjbor to refreshments our beloved bcrtHp John S Riley Therefore be It a Iticolv ed That this Lodge has lost an mMMtic and devoted memberone wicrcb riih the principles and teach J iof of the otd tand faithfully dis Mneryduty resting upon him to i 1Jii feJlowmen Uncle Johns life was vatf open book and was marked by Sour ataaite fidelity to duty loyalty to frieivcie a strong love for our order an r unwavering faith in Christ Bro Riley made a Master Mason in 1872 and wad a faithful member until death Tbeiefore be it I IUfOtyed That this Lodge has lost a Ttni and faithful brother the church a tent member and Washington wnty an upright citizen Second TJiat we extend to his widow id reJatiYet our deepest sympathy in OtT Third i1Thata page of our record beeet apart to the memory of our rti brother a copy of these reso rbe spread thereon and that a J6e sent to his widow and thY bed in the Masonic Home Journal mgfield Sun 4i n That the Craft wear the badge of mourning for thirty W J FOWLER v i J H GORDON COLVNt t When You Buy l BUY AT HOME operttIMyKWMiIy fcayci tone Mtrckuts MT itMM ffHitTlrt1a UIIIIIIII1 Religion In the KentuKy Mountains r Cpcanouglier Writes InterestingLy of Visit V I Among the Folks pf the v I Feud Districts J f F Continued from a former letter Bro Shorts family consists of hIs wife who is an amiable sweettem pered Christian woman and nephew trimmie Graham a fine interesting boy Of fifteen summers The family lives in a neat commodious dwelling near the depot with pleasant surroundings Bro Short is pastor of two churches one at Pine Knot the other at Strunk on the railroad two miles away He is employed by the State Board which supplements the salary of these churches and has been on the work for some twenty months Through dark clouds hung heavy and low over this mountain country it was decided to go some seven miles to West Union Association which meets with Pleasant Grove church three miles be yond the line in Scott county Tenn so the preacher procured onehorse was on and a good size pony to pull it and we embarked Elder Short and Jimmie protected by their overcoats anil Friend Harmon and the writer by an upibrella we having neglected to take our greatcoats with us For four miles our rOute ran over a rough road alongside the railway when we crossed thec State Line as it is called up here There wsnothingmystenousalong the line no tall rugged mountains or majestic streams with picturesque cliffs neither was the topography of the country changed that divides our own from her sister State for it just runs through an old fitHdand no strange spell came over us either There is nothing to mark the line ex cept a Jack this isa mountain name for a six by eight footpen made of small logs tightly chinked which is on the Kentucky side and connected by a hall to a small cabin on the Tennessee side in which the dispenser of booze lives The old game of setting bottle and money on a shelf in the pen and stepping offa few yards when the lot tie is filled and money goes no ques tions asked and nobody seen is played Under present conditions the enforce ment ofthe law is well nigh impossible Whitley county went dry by an over whelming majority but it seems as if it did so with the understandmg that We are to drink all we can get At this point we were shown the spot where four men were killed Of course it was neat a Jack and whisky the cause Life is held so very cheap in this country With liquor within and the deadly revolver in hand these moun thin people are ready for bloody work We were surprised to see so many horse and mulebackriders the chief way of traveling so many carrying the old fashioned saddle bags We were told that they are a necessity in this land I suppose they are real handy for the brethren to carry bibles hymn books etc in Our route ran through a country that was nearly all out side One does not see many lines of fence up here Occa sionally we would run across a small field near a small farm house The rain increases and the situation is getting uncomfortable but just before we got wet and lost our temper the church i sighted and a feeling of relief cam- over us as we droye to the church Bro Short said We will take care of the horse you brethren go in the house I want you to hear the introductory sermon The preacher was more than half through his sermon He was telling the people of Davids great sin and how the Lord punished him and said the Sword should never depart from His house and so on When the preacher had finished an Old fashioned handshaking was requested which was heartily done We then repaired to a nearby school house to transact business This gave Friend Harmon and myself an opportunity to dry by the stove which was well heated Officers were elected and letters from the churches read which re ported no contributions for pastors sal ary missions Sunday schools br church expenses Qfany kind excepting from fifty cents to one dollar and t WentYfive cents for printing the minutes So many letters asked the prayers of the brethren that some one might be sent to preach for them While this Asso ciation which is some seventy miles long has some jforty five preachers as strange as it minaisters hind r mission work in tpe moun tains If very one of them were out of the wa and no more ordained for a quarter of century this country would soon be wo i to Christ The rea ler may ask why a country of so ma churchesIneeds mis ionaries and minds of tne ministry are on such a low spiritual and intellectual plane that they ignorj the man who preaches and practices rue godliness and progress and they stand ready to pounce upon him who di res to do so They want to run in thsame old ruts that their fathers and grandfathers ran inland boast of their ignorance and what is worse the dont want to be better or to be enlightened but just waijt to be let alone in their sins and ignorance If the spiritual leaders are so blind what must e the condition of the mass of the people and how are they to be reached when almost every preacher has a train of connection that will side with him against any innovation But to go bac to the Association No subjects wqre discussed or any church work ever fepoken of and we wondered why they had any Association at all Near the closq of the meeting the question of where the next place of meeting should be for some four or five churches had called for it After claimsIspeech said a certain new denomination which taught that One could be saved today and lost tomorrow had lately gained a fbothold in his community and for that cause he wanted that body Ito convene with his church We thought saw he had struck a chord that brated in every heart and sure enough a brother just in front of us arose and with much tvehemenbe said that he moved for that church to have the As sociation dame unanimously carried If you w int to stir the feeling of mountaineer just oppose the doctrine of perseveran e of the saints He be lieves in it with all his heart mind soul and body He believes in it in and out of church at nome and abroad He believes if jthe4 Holy One has in any way wrought upon the heart that one will be saved though he may De shot down in a drunken brawl or go into eternity as an adulterer or swearer or what not for he is a Calvinist of ex treme type These people preach and interpret scripture which is not always in accord with the best commenta ries argue sing and pray using the same tone and attitude that their an Revolutionthis but of itare proud The inquiring mind might wen ask Why js it thus with these people We believe the chief reason is isolation Which will hinder the developmentof any nation people or individval China for four thou and years shut herselfup within her vails and when at last the awakening came she found herself several centuries behind and unable to cope with y unger nations All half civilized and savages are more or less separate from the rest of mankind just so with these mountain people Far one hun red and fifty years they have been isolated from others and while the great busy and every pro CO f 1 CLEARANCES e i b l Of Ladies Conks and Suits Childrens Cloaks Mens Overcoats and Suits Boys Overcoats and Suits ft J t During the Month of December w Our is and well and this is to buy at K V I We be LOW glad toe have you call and look our well NEAR I gressive world moved on all arouna them they remained as of old They have not neither were their ancestors convicts and that had escaped from Europe and avoided settling near the sea coast but hid in the as some believed But there is evidence that many colonists came from Europe who landed on New shores and not finding the freedom they sought pushed on into the mountains of North Carolina and There evidence also that muchof the mountain came out of the firey earned on by the governors of those two StatesIt not known that in county North Carolina church of one thousand members had been at Sandy Creek which became the center of activity in many It was against this church that Governor of that province sent his troops and the battle of was fought ten years before the The troops were victorious and only twenty of these people could be found after the battle These hardy pushed on into the some crossed the Blue Ridge into and tives were sent as far as the mountains of Fifteen years later 1780 in the darkest hours of the many of these neeple under Snelby and Sevier swept down the and joined Graham and For the of December- we will offer our EN TIRE of LADIES CLOAKS AND SUITS and EEverything Else in our Ladies- READYTOWEAR DEPARTMENT =ALSO ALL Mens and Boy- sClothing AT Greatly Reduced Prices Ir large assorted a good chance NIGH CLASS foods t BARGAIN PRICESwould through assorted stocks and THE PRICES i l i v RobertsonClaybrooKe CoINCORPORATED degenerated prisoners themselves mountains England religious Virginia is conclusive population persecution tyrannical generally Randolph a gathered religious directions Tryon Alamence Revolution pioneers mountains Tennessee representa Kentucky or In j American Revolution gathered Colonqls Campbell mountains month STOCK Williams in a force all told sixteen hundred strong That the victory might be seen to be of God all but nine hun dred and ten were sent back while just over the North Carolina line in York county the battle of Kings Mountain was fought In forty minutes the ill fated Fergerson fell and all his forc kIlled or taken These people are brave and generous and have not degenerated as many believe but have not been jrrrded up the rest of the world hLs joauleft them They have no desire to mixwith the outside world and care nothing about the world mixing with them they want to be left alone in their seclusion Not only are these people separate from other folks but are for several months of the year isolated from each other because of bad ioads we did not hear of a turnpike in this country and comIwithout reference to any other But isolation cannot long remain for the decree has gone forth and the mountain solitude must be broken But to return to the meeting which was dismissed about 3 oclock when mudfsary wagon at last became rather wearisome On one occasion as Friend Harmon went out over a muddy wheel and landed in mud some half shoe mouth deep he waS heard to say This is to bad When we came to the railroad it was decided for all but Jimmy to abandon the wagg on and take to the ties to which lie dis etted saying he would have to pass i the Jack alone so the writer stayed with him The situation is getting to be rather disagreeable and we are Say i eral miles from home The State Line is passed and we are getting wet We feel sorry for Jimmy luXgloyeeare t wet and his hands become numb but still without 4 murmer he drives onAtlast home is sighted and in a short time t we are around a hot stove drying for Sister Short had anticipated our condition Soon the other brethren came rather worsted but still in a goon humor It was rather amusing to see Friend Harmon who is a No 40 man trying to get into thee preachers No 36 lclothes l t In our next we expect to tell therreader about our yisit to Bat ery Cave and other things i i t parked for Death fThree years ago 1 was marked fort death Afgraveyard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to benmyhusbandry says Mrs AC Williams of Bach Ky The first dose helped me and im prqvement kept on until I had gained 58 pounds an weight and my health was fully restored This medicine holds rv the worlds healing record for cqughsy and colds and lung nd throat diseases It prevents pneumonia Sold under fdrugstore11tie freert t I i CASHSTRICKLY l I have decided to put my business upon a cash t basis In the future I will keep nothing but a cashic businesstlow prices Therefore I have no time to waste in pllecting This rule will be adopted in reference to all 1 Repairing Bring me the Cash and get the best ess the least money w j s fG o J BEGEMANN Springfield Ky II tr iii lr I4i 3- r i j t J r1 j iJ t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1908 q BurtonuPRESIDENT DEteST 1 eth Extracted With out Pain CROWN woiK A SPECIALTY 7iV All Denthl W rk Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up tars Local News Notes Miss Willie Knott announces a Bar gain Sale of trimmed hats in this issue Sell your Hides and Furs to Grin stead He pays highest prices Jones1 oldstand On last Sunday morning some one took a red silk umbrella goldmounted handle from the Presbyterian church Please return to Sun office The ladies of the Christian church will conduct a Christmas sale at Mrs Williams millinery store The date will be announced later All persons having claims against the estate of J E Shelby deceased will present same properly proven to the undersigned on or before Dec 1 1908 H M GRUNDY Administrator Mr Bose Moore has purchased a House and lot on Covington avenue from Judge L H Thurman at 1800 possession given Immediately I All persons haying claims againstihe estate of Mary E Devine deceased will present same properly proven to thVundersignedj or to my attorney W D Claybrobke on or before Jan J l909l LEVY BRADY Administrator NOTICEAll persons indebted to the estate of JE Shel v deceased are hereby notified that a settlement must be made on or liefore December 1 L M GRUNDY AdmInistrator S All persons haying claims against the estate of Areta Begley deceased will present same properly proven to the undersigned or to my attorney W D a Claybrooke on or before Jan 1 1909 a T R BEGLEY Executor t r The Washington County Teachers Association held its Semiasnual meet ing at the Opera House last Friday An unusually interesting program was ren dered and the meeting isaid to have heed One of the best ever held in the county Addresses were made by seV 4erai of the teachers including Lynn Bush Joe Wycoff Prof Hume and PrbfCoivitu tie SUN 1 SPARROW r As I vhave been abseutfrom thecol umns of The Sun for some time Iwill try and jot down a few items although news is scarce Most all of the farmers in this vicin jty have sold their tobacco at prices ranging from 12J to 16 dents J C Stewart sold to P L McMakin 4 steers at 3J cents perpound Also 4 ho sixtycents of the Louisville market Jas Franklin bought of S P Dadis man 100 barrels of corn at 3 per barrel John Morris bought of J C Stewart 2 hogs at 5c per pound GA Edmonson bought ot J W Coulter 1 hog at 6 cents per pound W C Cammack building a new house c will be an improvement in Who property 1s attending school School is 1rogres nicely at this under the efficient care of Prof AWIWash although there is quite a tot of the children are absenton ac count of sickness Mrs Thos Bugan who has been quite sick is no better J R Leathers the huckster is mak ing his regular trips on the road WT Baxter was In our midst a few days ago buying turkeys for which he was paying 9J cents per pound We were informed a few days since by G A Edmonson that it was forty four years last Thursday since the first streetcar was started in the city of Lou isville he being the conductor making his first trip on Thanksgiving day forty our years ago Rev C G Allen held Thanksgiving services at New Liberty church last Thursday Mrs R N Morgan spent last Thursday with her mother at this place Miss Jappa Barnett is spending a few days with her sister at Leathers Store Mrs Eliza Sargracy is spending a few days with her mother NOTICE TO HUNTERS The following gentlemen announce that their lands are posted and they forbid hunting on their premises Par ties caught hunting upon the lands of any of the undersigned will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the lawj Woodford Graves H P Mudd Dee RIleyHite Clements Sam Phillips J I Martin W G Grundy C L Grundy- T A Grundy R J Young Conrad Hertlein W F Booker Harry Thompson B F Simms s CamnbollBptitomT Dudley Tapp W F Moran Son Ahx Thompson- F M Shewmaker W R Janes Hennessey Baker J S Hume W S Purdom Son J T Cloyd- J R Johnston FOFields Dave Yankey Geo Taylor W H Wright AudreyTumey Parties desiring their names placed in this list may have it done by paying 20c a name cash in advance Ed CHRISTMAS H PRESENTS S AT 1ii NJ RUSSELLS I am daily receiving my line of Holiday Goods and now have many handsome articles on display How f ever thestdck is not yet complete but in a few days I will be prepared to show the trade the handsomest line Of Jewelry Silverware and Cut Glass ever seen iii Sprinffield In my stock will be found a variety of presents suitable for all moo M RUSSELL lee ele 4 I ISfRINGFIELD TEETH Pain or Danger AH Done in this office is first andjustasadveOyer McElroy Shaders Grocery Qa aaaoooo oaan aI Personal Notes f r a0 Visitors In and Out of Town Round n Up of the Weeks 1 0 Personal News aooeqaaaaaaaaao Rev Father J A Mackin of New Haven Conn is spending a few days at St Rose Messrs John Shuck McElroy andI Jack McChord have returned toCenter College after spending Thanksgiving at home Misses Mayme Irvine and Bessie Caldwel returned to Danville Saturday after a visit to Mr and Mrs A C McElroy Mr1 Pohn Mclntire of Uniontown is spending a few days witn relatives here Mr Charles Hayddn has accepted a position with the Red Cross Drug- Store MrT J McCabe is in Louisville rTom JEdelen has returned to Louisville after a visit to relatives herea Mr J R Smith of Bloomfield spent a few days here this week Messrs Ben F and John F Simms spent the first of the week in Louisville Mrs Teresa Tonge of Owensboro has returned home after a visit to rel atives here Messrs George Irvine and Joseph Edelen of Louisville visited relatives here last week Rev W H Williams is in Kansas City to spend a few days Dr S J Smock has returned from a trip to Chicago and other Western cities Mrs H R Thompson entertained at euchre yesterday Tomorrow she will entertain at flinch Mrs Theo C Campbell will entertain at flinch this afternoon in honor of her guests the Misses Smith who will leave tomorrow for their home in Mis souriMrs Matt C Mayes entertained flinch last Saturday afternoon Jim Shultz spent a few days in LouisvIlle last week Miss Bertha Haydon is the guest of her sister Mrs T A Spalding in Bardstown this week Mr E 0 Mcllvoy who has been making his home in New Mexico and Colorado for the past year arrived here Sunday to spend several weeks with friends and relatives =Mr J R Durrett and daughter Miss Elise left Tuesday for New Orleans La where they will spend sev eral weeks Miss Beatrice Berthelott who has been the guest of Miss Nell Greene for the past week has returned to her home in New Orleans La Mrs J S Hayes of Maple Hill visited friends and relatives in town Friday Miss Margio Bonta who is teaching school at Hillsboro visited her sis ter Mrs SH Bishop during the holidaysIMr E L Davison has returned from a short visit in Louisyille t Mrs Thomas Hardesty is visiting relatives in Louisville this week Messrs Harry Shultz and Ben F CollegeLspent g here Bee Shader is at home from St Marys nursing avery painful ankle sprain received m a football game Mr Robert Mayes of K S C ac companied by a College friend visited his parents Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes during Thanksgiving and returned to Lexington Saturday night Mr and Mrs Geo Mullican visited at the home of Mr W H Mullican of near town Sunday Mrs W F Moran visited Mr and Mrs J F Head Tuesday Mrs Thomas logsdbn and Miss Ella McAtee ot St Marys visited s Mrs Teresa Bagari several days last week Miss May Kirks of Lebanou spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Fannie McElroy Misses Eliza and Eddie Mullican have returned home after a weeks stay in Louisville r 7 ti L i To The Ladies of r i Washington County 11 e ele eil- j I am now Closing Out at and Below Cost all of my Trimmed Hatsr Come in to see me and ask for the Advertised Bar gains1sallow you to name the price These Hats are of the latest de r 1 signs and are Exceedingly Sty JyC r lish t1of t CHILDRENS HATS AREJci ho INCLUDED IN THIS SALEl t I r elet It Miss Willie Knott L s J Mr and Mrs William Harrison missionaries from Korea are visiting Mrs Annie McElroy and Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Jr Mrs Leo Haydon and children are visiting relatives in Bardstown Dr W V Stallard spent a fewI days last week with relatives in Fairfield Mr Arthur McGill and Miss Mattie McGill returned home Monday after a visit to their grandfather Mr Ralph Hagan of Fairfield Mrs D R Litsey entertained a few friends at euchre Tuesday evening Miss Carrie Edelen after an illness of several weeks has recovered sufficiently to resume her duties as clerk with Cunningham Duncan Mr Dick Edelen of Bardstown spent a few days here last week Miss Frances Martin has returned home after a visit to Miss Florence Lyne of Lexington Mr Davison Reed has returned to school at Lexington after spending Thanksgiving with his parents Messrs Theo Haydon S J Ander son L D Baker VT and G D Robertson C H McIntire GOLHay don J L Barber W T Leachman and Albert Mudd were among those who attended the Knights of Columbus initiation at Bardstown Sunday- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sun and CourierJournal 160- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOO HAPPY HOLLOW The farmers are busy stripping tobacco in this community M it Tom Coulter and family pent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Ricnard Hardin of Scruggsville Mr Roy Chesser and family and Gilbert Chesser and Claud Kayes spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Solomon Kays at this place Miss Effie Coulter spent Sunday with Miss Myrtle Armstrong at this place Miss Lillian Leachman spent from Thursday until Sunday with Miss Mollie Shields Rev Pinkston closed a three weeks meeting at Hillsboro church Sunday night There willbe meeting the first Sunday in January Everybody invited to attendMr Shields spent Saturday night with his sister Mrs Sabe Coul terofnear this place Mr Solomon Kays is on the sick list with rheumatism Miss Pearl Armstrong waS in Willis burg Monday Those who spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Kays were Mrs J S Thomas Misses Effie Coulter Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong Sabe Coulter wife and son M C Keeling J C Set tIe and J D Sutherland Mr Dick Bishop and wife who have been living on F G Noels place have moved back to their farm at Pohn Mr Bishop worked on the road Mrs Mollie Sutherland and Mrs Tom Bailey spent Thanksgiving day with Mrs J S Thomas Miter Ruel Keeling w on tit list t us weekr lv f MBilI Colyin wife and fauaiiy 3t Tatham Springs spent wldnsiiday ao t Thursday with Jfn and Mrti Boei Coulter and Thursday night with JiJR M C Keeling ofthis place r f Mr Pearl Hard n1ct polli j ing Mr Jessie Hardin of nearti this week Miss Patience Crook of St Roj iSaturdayMr Sabe Coulter wife anloCecil Rspent Sunday nig1ttJf1ti iifeii Coulters parents Mr and Mrs JrJtr Shields of this place y Rev A C Pinkston and fifi iiii Sunday with Mr and Mn JohnLMdr man of Locust Grove it f This Is Worth ReacKflf iLeo F Zelinski of 68 Giboh St Buffalo N Y says I curedtfc foi annoying cold sore I ever hid ptt Bucklens Arnica Salve IappM salve once a day for two days every trace of the sore waig Heals all sores Sold under jcuai at Haydon Robertson drur it 25c VT x N 1iOtlCeih All persons holding clainMS agaiiiittli estate of Watt O Bryan d ceiM Sri hereby notified to preMit tH Ar ekjnw properly proven to the m d iga i at her residence on or before san lJ 1909 The estate mual le settl liilfO MBS WATT QOlini mlilmlmlIIIIitlnWI IF1IIJIIIMWllrsurJlmnlllmIIflRmIlligillilnIr g II I 11On11 f 0- e WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF THE BESTc i I ORDUROYHUNTING SUITS v II THE MOST REASONABLE PRICE t- AT gj 11 Alst t Full Lint tf LEllIISI r l t flrundy Mclntire Springfield KJ A i 1 i Y 1u12112 f 11J tf I r i 0 t t a fj4 j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER JIYi 1frttihe 4 BC ahJXYloF r r t DV TISING A SERIES OFTEN TALKS ON ADVERTISING jwrill by Seymour Eaton of Philadelphia No 8 IMosteasilymakethreeTheworth20 noWt250u bargain offer has been done to death The people buy the 1250 article 1250 is as much as they want to pay theyhavei basYsrP4umhleupti Ail honest bargain properly announced is always good advertising Jf I controlled a newspaper page I should use oIle third of it down the side for legiti mate bargains I should put the word Bargains or descriptions say nothing in figures about values or cost prices f use that space for describing the goods I shouldI snake the descriptions as brief as possible leave 7 everything to the imagination of the customer exceptr the selling price and now and then I should omit 3 that let the customer come to the store to find out r charitybyverycontrast regularpricedt always in stock cloth l furniture and all1 1ithis department sjb full of life and spirit and enthusiasm for the goods as to make my counters irresistible- i The store that preaches is in the second class Preaching isnt advertising It may be entertaining and instructive it mayi analyze to a nicety the ethical policy ofthe store it may impress the weakminded J with the fact that this store is a great public benefactor powerful influence for good in the community a sort v of merchandise university which ought to be endowed by the State But preaching doesnt sell goods i it doesnt even draw a crowd 5 mybrassplateissuffident f dignity and drawing power of a corpse Mark you I am not criticising the idea The ilea is fine To beI tobaskof fame to eat where it eats to drink what it drinksy f tttf wear what it wears to buy where it buys to talk what it talks to dress your poodle fog with what itIdresses its poodle dog to be somebody exclusive i f even one or two removed or second hand that is greatness and people pay big money for greatness even for the varnish Qr veneer It is the adver tising that is bad It might easily quadruple the hadeandetk ep within the boundaries of the elect Ex theirjthekt of standing in line J Embalm and bury the brassplate advertising Use the 7 to talk to your customers Some of them read advertisements If a poor plebeian should happen to rea dabout vyour goods and wander into your shop by mistake lei him do the worrying Copyright 1908 by Tribune Company Chicago I Ell r1inJ Your Business n If you are in business and you want to make r more money you s t will readevery f word we have tm say Are you spending your money for ad t vertising in nap k hazard fashion as if intended rity or do you adver r directresults 4iyou ever step t think tour advertising can be Esource of profit to- M IOW its value can be tMiVured in dollars and onti If you Jiave not you x throwing money away 1 rAdvertising is a modera busiMM necessity1 but dust W aiU ted on business primcipUt If your tot J ladSei1rith your idv rtiiimfA yo ijipmld set aside m wrtaia eetouat f more to bt peat r a f r t I because annually and then carefully note the effect it has in in creasing your volume of busi ness whether a jo s oor3o per cent increase If you watch this gain from year to yoa will become intensely i- nteistd ia your advertising and how you can ma e it en large your business If you try this methodwe believe you will not want to lets single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store We will be pleased to have you call on us and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches and how it can be used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you If you can sell goods over the counter we can alse show you why this paper will beet serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community t VYYVYYYVVVVVY Vr Thwarting I TheFreeze By FRANK H SWEET i tCopyright tA190S by American Press H mother theyre gone ev 0 ery one of em and Nelly Blair rushed into the kitch en where her mother was preparing a deliciously fragrant soup and threw herself into a chair by the one window Mrs soupIfrom thep pot and tasted it critically then added more salt and pepperF Whats gone N lly1 she asked at last as she lifted the pot and set it on the back part of the stove where It could simmer on leisurely to the perfection for which her soups were always noted My melons an I know It was them Carr boys that took em They killed my chickens an shot my pigeons an now theyve stole my melons Oh dear I just hate em I dont see how boys can be so mean Tw red spots burned in her cheeks and her eyes shone angrily Mrs Blair paused in her work I dont like that word hate Nei ly she said gently Its an awful word especially when one comes to think about iV But mother Ive been watchin them melons every day an thinkin1 how much theyd bring an how good some ofem would taste if we could afford to eat em An theres the chickens and pigeons Folks cant help hatin such things I know Nelly I know But theres other things to think about Them poor Carr boys never had no brinjnn up their pas in prison an theyve been a10wed to run wild with do schoolin nor nothin Mis Carrs a nice woman but shes an Invalid an cant git out an foller em up like she would if she was strong But theyre awful good boys to her Nelly They look arter her wants Just like they were girls Huh Nelly turned abruptly to the window and gazed out across the white sandy fields to the Carr cabin half a mile away The melons were too fresh In her mind for her to be so easily placated Theres goof In most folks irit cata only be brims out Mrs Blair re sumed persuasively The boys aint all bad an Im awful sorry for poor Mis Carr She hesitated a moment then addedI made this soup for her an was designin for you to carry it over Nelly but I reckon I can walk that far You can sort o look arte r the fire now an agln Oh Ill take the SQupsald Nelly brusquely I aint nothin agln Mis Carr But as she passed through the small truck patch and across the palmetto and wire grass dotted fields the frown still remained on her face She had planned to do so much with the mel onsto herrmother and curtains for the kitchen windows and perhaps a pair of shoes for herself She was only thirteen but already the necessities of life had brought to her something of the ex perience of mature years She and her mother planted an acre or two tIthe truck and raised a few chickens and gathered and sold huckleberries mnrIket SHK NOTICED S VERAIi BOYS SnBINKJNd AWAY best they could their united earning only met a small part of the neces sary expenses If it had not been for the orange grow t long ago have been force h1would place A regular grower called this orange grove name for It consisted of cnly four trees in an Irregular group ehind the house but to the poor wido sv and her daugh ter It was always a i object of pride and admiration May years before a Blair had planted ihe trees with a view to shade and v 1th little thought that they would eve prove the main stay of some of his escendants The trees were all seedlii gs very tall and spreading and verj thrifty Some l years each of them bore as many an twelve or fifteen boxes of choice fruit As Nelly approached the Ca rrl cabin she noticed several boys shrlnldng be hind a dilapidated shed Hot face flushed Of course they were the thlev esshe told herself iudigjiantly That proved it But a short talk with the placi even tempered invalid cooled her down somewhat on when she left the cabin she started on Iirun toward home She was afraid that if she looked around shewould see the boys and say something angry Mrs Blair Had been In the habit of occasionally employing the Carr boys to help in the truck path but Nelly was now so violently opposed to this that after a few Ineffectual protests the mother yielded Now and then Nelly carried soup or some other deli cacy across the fields to the invalid but she was careful to make these visits at times when she thought the boys were away And on their part the boys seemed equally glad to avoid her A5t summer lengthened into fall and the clear crisp days of October and November appeared the oranges grew larger and larger and finally began to turn yellow Nelly watched them so licitously and tried to count the num ber of oranges on one limb and from this small I asls to estimate the num bers of boxes On each tree Do you spose therell be fifteen boxes apiece mamma 1 she asked one day after she had made a long calculation on a piece of brown paper I w uldnt be surprised honey They hang very full this year That would be sixty hoses said Nelly after a few seconds work with her pencil Well call It fifty Fifty boxes at 2 a box makes 100 An you know mamma triumphantly we recko ed up that SCO more would keep us through the year Now mam ma impressively if we make 40 extra cant you have the new dress and curtains an me some new shoes Yes indeed replied Mrs Blair gayly an you shall have a new wool dress tOo Nelly an select it all by yourselfAt the oranges were ready to pick but Mrs Blair hesitated There hadbfruit and that some forwarders would hardly make expenses So she waited and listened eagerly to such meager market as came to her from thene1ghbors One afternoon Nelly went to the village with sonic eggs Wien she returned there was suppressed excitement In her face I heard em tftlkhV In the store bout a cold wave coming she said excitedly Mr Tibbs said he lowed thered be a good many oranges froze tonight An Its gittin awful cold mamma My hands fairly ached Mrs Blair was cooking and bad not noticed She now went outside Yes It was certainly grossing c jld The wind actually stung her face as she stepped past the corner of the house An hour later itwas still colder and by the time the sun spnk behind the pines she was as anxious as Nelly Neither of them thought of supperI They had occasionally saved tender vegetables from frost by a smudge fire so placed that the smoke would float across the endangered plants Mrs Blair was not very sanguine about Its saving an orange grove in case the cold became excessive but there seem ed nothing else they could do So piles of brushwood were made along the west side of Ute trees and covered with green boughs and anything that could prevent the fire from bursting Into flames For the most part they work ed hurriedly Jand silently Nelly bring- Ing the material and her mother ar ranging it on the piles But when the fires were kindled the smoke refused to meet their desire It rose thick and black but drifted this way and that under the branches and over the branches and off to one side but nevercoverIng then trees with the were longing for And this failure only made them work the more desperately It was getting colder and colder and they realized with growing dread what the loss of the oranges would be to them Nelly was gathering up an armful of grass and weeds reckless of the sand spurs which clung to her fingers when she heard approaching footsteps Look ing up she saw Bill Carr and his fourI brothers hello Nelly said Bill rather sheep- Ishly Uello Seen you uns fires an thought wed come over an sort o hep Mighty cold aint hit Yes Then after an embarrassed silence Well why don t you go to work Plenty of it here Shu No use workin that way contemptuously Smoke dont scaselj tech the +rees Sides smoke aint goin ter stars this freeze No siree Hits too big Say Nelly we uns is plumb sorry bout them melons an things You an your maw have been right good ter we uns Maw and we uns have horse sense ter know hit Well be mighty glad to hep Welt why dont you then 1 desper atelyEery minutes needed now Not in makin fires Thats tool work Say Nelly why dont you uns pick them oranges Neljy rose to her feetIBecause we cant she said almost breathlessly There aint time But in her voice was a sudden thrill of hope i Aint time ShoWe tins kin work like a house ftfire when the notion gits us an you an your maw kin tote In the bags as we uns letlem down Hltll be easys day work fer theres a full moon Jes say the word Yes yes cried Mrs Blair eagerly All right You uns go In an clean out a room to hold em Thatll be a 44 i= 1v pile An now fellers tumble Inter the house arter bags an baskets Re member this Is a set off fer them mel oils Now scat t 1Ining back and forth between the grove and house At last Bill dropped lightly too the groundI thats bout all he said composedly Thars some few left theyrehardders Comes fellers I reckon we uns h homeJBut rm Were awfully obliged to you Bill she said earnestly I shant ever for git ItOh thats all right then hesitatingly U If you uns dont mind we uns go up the trees an fill our pockets with oranges Theyll likely be spiled fore mornln Take all you can carry home Interposed Mrs Blair an dont go up the trees arter em An say Tom come in the house fore you go Ice got somethin for your maw During the next few days reports of the freeze came In from various parts of tile state The destruction was general and the prices of oranges went up and up and up When It was learned that Mrs Blair had saved hers half a dozen buyers hastened to her with offers Nelly was in the room during the conversation When they left she danced wildly about the floor Oh mamma she cried well have theGO to live on an can git the 4 a o o c- izi IT A 1 I t c j t 3 t l I I ONLY J t i l a PER YEAR r ONIY I SIhIr i I PER YEARr w f 1 k a r T T 1 F Th fW7 i A r q 4 q THE SPRINGFIELDtSUN WEtNFrSD AY t DECEMBER 2 1908 i 7 7I u I rctjj4 p earLady By VIRGINIA BLAIR Copyrighted 1X6 by Associated Literary Press p have often wpndered why you I didnt marry said Bbbbfe Hayes dIf fidently i t The professor leaned on the porch rail and looked Cover his rose garden 4 where tbe fireflies starred the night 1with gold I Because 1 love a little lady who doesnt love me he said dreamily taud mi Jiave no other Ofar Bobble gasped as one who has come unexpectedly upon a romance There was a moments silence out of r which Bobble questioned curiously How do you know she idoesnt love you frThe professor laughed She lets me see that I am her good friend her com irade but nothing morel 11 PLook here professor 1 dont believe youtuNo I havent the professor admit r ted iIthought so Bobble stated 41 know how modest you ate 3T6ud nev er believe any one cared if they didnt t tell you Now I had towhYt profess prI just had to hang around you aft er class and come over here and bore tjou and beg you to go places with fxne before youd believe that 1 thought you were about the best thing Id 1ound In college 3be boys voice was husky with deep te lnganq the professor held out his handrto him Dear ladU be said And since 1ve beeq comlngvl have found out how lonely you are and well I think you ought to marry pro Lessor p Alas sftldhe older man 1flt were as easy asit sounds r tis easy said Bobble ocksured ly IveIve had some experience t with girls professor The prof essor chyckled More than 11have had Ifc all my forty years Bob bie And Ive learned Bobble asserted solemnly that when a man wants to marry a girl hes got to let her know that he Cft es Awfully But she knows that I care the pro lessor said JHave you told her Bobble demanded tO6Notin words was the response but Bobble boy Ive seut4 her a bunch of pink roses every day that they bloom In my garden and I have never looked at another woman Bobble sat up straightlOb look beret he said unexpectedly You wdnt mind 1f I guess who It Is I dont believe the professor hesi tedtbnt we ought to bring her iiame Into It Yes we ought Bobbie Insisted when it means your happiness and hers Isnt it Miss Merriman T How did you guess the professor demanded Nobody else grows such old fash toned hundred leaved roses as you and when 1 went up to Miss Merrimans room the other night to borrow a book herIvery roses the pro lessor murmured Of yxour roses Bobbie amended 41 have no reason to believe that she cares more for my roses than for any Iother said the professor Well Ill bet she does Bobble argued Ill bet shes got a lot of them pressed in the Bible or her favorite bopk of poetry The professor rose hardly think J like to bring her name Into this dis cusslon he said again quietly and after that he and Bobble walked in thp garden arm In arm and they talked of books and of iqen but not of Miss Merriman f1J The next afternoon Bobble called on the little teacher I want to know If youll chaperon some of the summer schoolgirls to a picnic atx High Rock was his excuse But later hi the evening he mentioned the professor I dont think hes look t Ing well he saidSI have noticed It said Miss Merri man anxiously I believe he Is work Ing too hfue lilt Isnt that said Bobble Hes ln love Miss Merriman and the girl he cares for is treatirig him very cruel ily OhJw for some one 1Yes Bobbie stated and he ougtit married He is lonely very 4 I lonely I atn- X8ure if the woman he loves couldJnowFhE would say yes l I am sure she would Miss Merri man agreedSSq have wondered Bobbie began and dlfyou could find out who phe is women hove such Intul tions about things and you and the professOr are such old friends MerrimainII shouldnt kpoJhbw vto look fqr her J rilfchrbie ou 2t tI n said Rob Indfe sends his r roses to sue U e me was looting at her with round t iPfnk It eyes and he saw the color back Into her cheeks Ho saw uplift ojT her graceful head with IJti crown of shining hair He saw the radiance of her eyes t Eire you sure she questioned IY I rDej d sure said artful Bobble rr 114 J f cl I took here he went on If you find out who It is put her on to the fact that Its leap year- Leap year gasped Miss Herri manSYesn Bobbie stated And chance The professor is such Idear old piece of humility that he doesnt thiukshecRn love him and hes afraid to ask her oecarse he keels that It might make her unhappy to refuse him And hes certain that she wouldnt accept Oh wOuldnt she breathed Miss Merriman Andand you tell her Bobble cbn tlnued that hes the best ever Of cours Ph Is said Miss Murri man Havent I known him all my lifeSWell Ive only known him since I came to the summer school said Bobble but Ill always be more of a man for having met him They shook hands with enthusiasm and on the steps Bobble paused to say Hes going to High Rock with us But Bobble did not know all the workijigof the feminine mind for Miss Merriman instead of t1 ngs ajoyfromship and as a consequence the profess or went home In a state of despeiate forlornness and even the wise Bol ble was alarmed and wished he had not InterferedThe evening however jus at the edge of twilight as llie professor wended his solitary way through the paths of his rose garden the gateo en ed and a slender figure in white c me through I have come to see your roses sjild the leap year lady otherwise called ifliss 1errImanS Are you real the professor de or just a tricky spirit who will Vanish in a breath I am not a spirit said the leap year lady butIve come to ask you a ques tIonIThe professors face feUO6I knew It wasnt just the roes that brought you he said VI suppose its sdine tan gle in your Greek 7 No said Miss Merriman it isnt a tangle in Greek Its a worse tangle And it has something to do with roses Botany asked the unconscious professor HOb no Miss Merrimans voice ex pressed a certain scorn ef his dens ness Well you said It had something to do with roses the professor told her helplessly Dothe roses yousend me have any thing to do with botany i Miss Merri man demanded No of course not the professor stammered of course not They have to do withI What Miss Merrimans tone was eager Her upturn edvface pleaded Here es were like statS A faint glow from the little moon turned her hair to gold and as the professor looked down at her a great light shone in upon his soul Why they have to do with love he said 5Of course was the tremulous re sponse Oh why didnt you say it be foreSI was afraid he whispered and took her hands In his You see I had to come to your rose garden she explained In the shelter- of his arms To stay always he begged and ns she murmured always wise Bobble coming up the path saw the tableau in the moonlight and chuckling as he went beat a hasty retreat The Great Unknown It was many years before the Great Unknon was identUIed At the publication of rtbe Lay of the Last Minstrel Marinion Lady of the Lake and finally of a novel called Waverley popular curiosity was excited and thpw1ole of Ergiind rung with the fame of the Great Un known as Scott was called Th secret was well kept Sir Walter Scott who all his life had been stor ing material and training his mind to such concentration that he could work in the midst of Interruptions and was able to turn out volume after volume with a rapidity two a year that made his readers doubt their very senses His Incognito was all the more perfectly preserved In that he kept open house at Abbotsford devoting much of his time to entertaining his guests and visiting It was not until the em barrassment of his publishers occur red that the Identity of the author of the Waverley Novels was discover ed The case of Scott furnishes one of the many Illustrations of the power of deceiving the public In literary mat ters A Sit of Deceit Bismarck vowed thnt after passing a competitive examination a man was never any goodthat the strain wreck ed him Still It was cramming the cramming of the ingenious mind of Lord Chesterfield which brought about the reform of the calendar Cram ming and flattery did it I have been late a tort of an astronomer despite myself hp r teuT was obliged to talk some astronomical jargon of which I did not understand one word but got It by heart and spoke Itby rote as a master He had to make the peers believe that he knew something oY the matter and also to make them believe that they knew something of it themselves which they did not For his own part he said he could as well have talked Celtic or Slavonian as as tronomy andthej would have under stood him fully as well They became parties to the deceit They would not betray ignorance upon a subject as to which he credited them with abound lug knowledge Thus they reformed the calendar J j L SSerenader cookAndFor you the parlor doors ajar And you may use my motor car Your friends may come to dine 01 dance And I wll pay you in advance And yourbookThen come With me Sand be my cook For you the gladdest gowns to don And yours the couch to rest upon And if to study you aspire My wait tin your liky boook8hal that you desireI And you may use her Sunday And If these things enticigr look- Then come with me and be my cook- Puck f Making Trouble- rhats the matter with all you Swamphursters 2 demanded Citiman You all appear to hate Xewcomb am yet hes a decent sort of fellow Huh snorted Subbubs The mis erable chump bought his wife a thirty dollar hat the other day and now theres no peace in our homesCat- bS Standard andlTimes SOn tindof a Bird Said the maiden fair in the cafe I eat no more than a bird Said her escort later when he saw The chechWe lupon my word When I have liquidated this bill Ill not hae a sngle cent Therefore methinks an ostrich is The kind of a bird she meant Detroit Tribune Preparing For an ntrcduction Since Jane Blossoms father got all that moneys she wants to marry a duJce i What mjkes you think so Her malt told our Annette that Jane practiced two hours the other night trying to say dewk instead of dook Cleveland Plain Dealer- MeahTrckSIHe sent her an autumn leaf ol redV 1ThIs leaf is like your cheeks he said And he never knew why she passed him by eyeBtitChanged the red to a leaf of yellow jChicago News He Traveled Light 1That han room boarder moved to day I didnt see any trunk go out placediJournal IAnd to Forgive Divine Your honorererthis Caseerer the stammering lawyer spoke What makes you er so muohn his honor criedSThe lawyer thought he saw a cnance to perpetrate a Joke And To err Is only human sir replied j SNew Orleans TiniesDemocrat I Appearances Deceitful Looks Ilk rather poor soil in this part of the cuntry said the stranger Well It rlnt replied the native uA man ov on the adjoining farm plowed up a tin can with 50 in it one day last weekChicago News StringsThe you dear saidiAnd then this foolish callous youth He gave his girl a violipSSNew York Telegram- SHis Weigh Fat Fellow When I weigh 300 Ill stop Lean LadStop what eating Fall Fellow NOJ getting weighed Judge His Reputation Oh yes hes an extra high roller- His hours are 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DISTANCE TELEPHONE r T FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAgERS CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE it TELEGRAPH CO j StO5p ATDS THE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL 01 EATNjl titiMeJ f rives a complete course in thliand most uptodate system of ual Practice BookkeepmgandShOrt1t Jii Jr iplaces all graduate in good positions having many more calls than riirliatei Scholl is in Session all the Year ndlvMHa IiiitriKtteH and Enrell stM4eirts1iyy l Get full particulars from the oditorof this paper orftey Granvi1IWl1or write direct to the school 1085 Fourth Avenue Louisville 1 SS f SS 7 4p iJ 4 t fi Si if + 8k THE SPRINGFIELD SUNWESNESDAY DECEMBER iv 1908yr THE GREEKGOVERNMENT t Jr MINE J Original Theexl fio definite connection txr l eTay between a college education and Ilel making the higher education feavtnf become only essential to tht Jtprofessions It is nothing unusual to vv r fud a graduate punching cattle or strumming a piano in a western dance souse or even dealing faro As to the girls a college education makes them f more self reliant more daring and 4 they are beginning on leaving cllegeI J to take their chances with the novel enterprises J i iEverett Avery on being graduated delivered an oration The senior class Wj from neighboring womens college attended the exercises and while Avery was speaking hls attention was I attracted to 4 dark haired and eyed t girl with a strongly marked face who was listening to him A few days v later he attended the commencement exercises of the womens college re interred to and sat looking up with in fj terest at the girl who bad favored him lWltbber attention t Avery proved to be one of the men 7who find that a higher education I doesDt always bring success After f 1ftpd1feiim with ar contempt for all of them 1lie made up bis mind that success is a gamble aLl he would as lief gamble with his pick as a prospector for mines as in any other way Five years after prating on the influences of Greek civilization on modern university life i J he was twenty feet down In a hole In t Colorado hunting for gold Rather he was hunting for more gold He had struck a vein that prom Jsed something and was following it 4 tip It opened well as he went down nut the widening seemed rather to i t to the western side of his claim Aft following it to his line he knocked erI jnd went away to put in a claim the adjoining prppwty He was too 3 late The landhadlongago been taken 1jip After having been away from his tH mlne for some time he returned to it to find a hole on the claim he had been j t v after A good deal of dirt had been 1 taken out but not enough to show tb l i1bec1atm person was being worked by tI v Avery went to work again following t reachediithe sound of a pick in 4that direction His neighbor had evi ifHy struck the vein he had tere Suddenly something gave wayI and thenvhole vest side of the mine v slid down a miss of loose dirt There stood his neighbor To Avers astdn Ishmerits the miner was a womnnf though she wore high top a skirt to her knees The two stood star lugif their lanternsIYour face is familiar to me wEts tv0he first remark Avery made tI remember you perfectly replied the neighbor Where we met i Yon were ort influence of Greek civilization onIBlast the Greeks If they had never existed pelfeaps I wouldnt be here 1 might have spent the time learning something practical By the way your i wn oration impressed me You dilating on the future of woman weret government I believe It doesnt look as if 1 ani to govern f anybody dpwn here does it tv Not unless you govern meBut tell 4me how In the world did you ever hap pen to come here After graduation 1 became a stenog ttorapr and typewriter Father cauie t eut her entered several claimR 4 He died anijcame out to look over what be hadrwas advised to have i this claim examln That meant ifi ft was anything JIt I wouJd j cheated out of it 1 CoflCi1 to do tr P y elf Irr lHm Youve run into iIaImvt oumeat1 youve run Into mito U Hadnt you better go back east asJ dI follow up tlie points made ipyqu i graduating speechgo into politics and leave this thing to ma to handle for both of usr j t it like thntt You might go abroadr Trand stilly u on the ancient Greeks hr f flaence on modern university life Your T eoile e might give you a profpssorhiI ioa that j I pracSvdirt In that feel Im doing some rthing 7 Vil ratnCr govern the country Pad omlt but even woman suffrage doesnt cem to make quIcK headwaj Jnnd Im tijrfraht Til be an old wom hn before IM jle ellglble toa governlhglpfflce And even then youd bfe defeated by a younger piie 1light you are J l Well lets come to an underattirid r big Fiver years In the world have Snocked the nonsense out of both of is These two mines must be united Til sell to you if you want to buy No funds Ill sell toyou Same here y What shall we doT We might unite our Interests by Bnlting ourselves I can handier pick Better than you and you nncookJ 5 iancy5Now suppose we setup a cab Ici together YOU takecar of It while ilV follow this lead Im dead sure theres a lot In It 3 JifSh1ll I confess something Yes What Is MT Wv When I listened to your oratlonr I saId to myself Thats the mail for sTvo Did you Same here Shake Jxobody understood the name of thc vr G v rQment mine but the own fVer Their first find was a nine pound A boyl After that gold came and raadtT theiii rich BEATRICE TJIQKER iitr a 4fz liIrrrtrt cf1 4 STENCILING A WALL Howl to Use the Stencil Brushes uc cessfully Very artistic effects din be sec red by stenciling a wall It makes ab eak In the plain surface arid very harmo nious contrasts and dainty c lor schemes can be worked pin by theuse of stencils To Use the stencil successfully s artI at ones corner of the room press the stencil firmly against the wall have the material that you are going to tbeIacross ste being careful not to get too much s uff on the brush so that it will run in b ik of the stencil and blur pr blot siys Country LJfe In America When 6u finish one section remove the ate ell from the wall and carefully mate it forthe next An ordinary round paint bruph is as good a Stencil brush as any iTle he bristles about halfway down so t at they will not spread and In using j ist dip the tips of the bristles Into the tint lug material j How to Test Dress Goods Of the goods sold as all wool th re Is not onetenth that is genuine G n erally the main component is cot n The test for this ls simple All that is necessary is to pull out a few threa 3s and apply a lighted match Cott n will go off in a blaze wool will Shrh e- lnpTo distinguish pure linen frm Wtendedand apply it to the goods If they a e pure llDjen the cjioisture will pass straight through The spot touch d will be soaked at oiee and almost ir i medlntelron side will be as wet is are more numeroi s In silk than in any other fabric but here also the material of adulteration Is cotton Its presence can readily te discovered Draw a few threads out The pieces of cotton will snap ot shqrt when pulled while the silk will stretci and permit a considerable pull before breaking How to Get Cinders Out of Eyes When travelers wiI open car wit dbws instead pf leaving them dow as all the wise ones do there Is thu constant danger of cinders which In ritate the eyeball Those Whom y jldltlonwho knows Restrain the impulse t rub the eye and insert a flat linseed thFUdSaround the eyeball and soon come out at the other corner bringing the cindei with it The best part of this remedy Is that It does not leave any chanc seeIcoverf4is e use the trains qpnstantly to carry a few of these seedsIn the pocketbook How to Cure Rainting Spells There isno mor sure cure for an artyIblood vessels of the brain In many persons fainting never goes so far as a loss of consciousness pr loss of con trol of the limbs And in these the sudden weakness is often brought to an end by a sneeze caused by nature herself without any external aldt A grain or two of pepper snuff or tobac- cO introduced into the nose or tickling its interior lightly will usually insure a sneeze These simple pro cd rcs or Others similar In character may prove Invaluable when smelling snIts and other elegant aids are absent How to Preserve Pretty Fcett A perfect fooflsa great rarity and so is a pretty foot While it is not possible for one to obtain a perfect feat oco can cultivate a pr H foot lOne shpuld be just as dainty lii the care of the foot of the hntfn The toes s ould not be cramped and squeezed until theyure crooked In shape Iud overlap one another The tot should be as white as any other paYfvf the body but the heel and the tips oNvthe toes should be rosy and pink Calhoiises and hard spots shop Id be rubbed aVy with a piece of toilet pumice It hut irttlt care to Feeptbe reetsortft e and dainty How to Can Peack3- canpeaehesTo allow oneL JJlQltl- of sugar to oue pound of peaches 1 it the sugar on the fire with a little water aud let boil until the sirup is perfectly clenr Pack the jars tightly ponrlies and fill with the sirup Put these jars In a large boiler of w tar Stsuul them on wood and do uol let hem touch each other The vater should be within three Incites rom undIbig watersand seal air tight How to Remove IronROst Iron tust may be rqthov ti from Clothing by holding the stalled spot over a bowl of water to whir a little ammonia has been added and applying With a small glass rod or a little plpre of wood 18 per cent muriatic acid The Instant the stair disappears Immerse the spot in the water thereby prevent ing the acid from changing tie texture 0f the goods Before using tile man atic acid it is best to test Jt on one cord ner of the goods How to Mend Breaks In Plaster For breaks In plaster mix together onehalf pint powdered lime on Jasterof paris and cold waicr J make a thick paste Fill TtiW with this zuldsmooth the surfnco wlt a knife working quickjy Mix only i J little at a time as It hardellsTapldly s oJ fj i X 2L i I Something Happened Original BobSouthwlcl was sauntering on the street a vIctim of ennui He was twentythrei years old possessed a fortune but was miserable T he trouble with Bob was that he had nothing to Interest him He wished something would happen Something did happen Indeed something remarkable happenedveryr- emarkable A young girl pretty and prettily dressed came out of ah office building looking very much perplexed She turned northward walked rapidly for a dozen steps stopped turned and walked southward for an equal dis tance stopped again and muttered to herself but loud enough for Bob of whose presence she was unconscious to hear What in the world shall 1 doT Bob stepped up to her raised his hat politely and said Can I be of service to you You seem to be in a quandary about some thing The girl became suddenly conscious that a young man was standing deferentially before her and had asked her a question She suddenly replied by a question What time Is it Bob took jut his wrteh and told her that it was a quarter to 12 oclock Ph my goodness gracious Please tell me he said what your trouble I may be able to help you You cant Bo you want anything Yes What Is 1tT I want a husband V Phew exclaimed the young man then after a pause Will I doT The girl knt her brows bit her Up and finally said that he would All right Ill look into the matter There Is no time I must be mar- rIed before the clock strikes 12 But you can surely tell me why this thing mustbe so sudden storyJust me out of the building before stood ap proached the said The jigs up WhiCtthey The jigs nn to 12 This meaning Bob is thinking of Theres no time for thinking We must be acting said the manIt I hadnt a wife and family Id help you out If youve got to have a husband right off said Bob resolutely Im your man All right said the other Im a lawyer Ill see that you are well paid for what you do and no trouble Come along He hurried the couple around the cor tier to the office of a justice of the peace The justice was coming out on his way to luncheon jMarry this the lawyer and do It ouPlelsald You V Certniuly t The nanios Mine is Robert Blair SouthvIck Your mime please Ella Ruth Gurney One minute of 12 remarked the lawyer looking at his wafrh and shov lInglit back In his pocket excitedly Goiahead judge and be quick about It A brief ceremony was performpd aijd a moment after the coupe had been pronounced husband and vffe the clo k struck 12 The bride fell limp Into a chair and fanned herself vigorously Now make out a certificate said the lawyer to the justice stating thjt you married these two before 12 ocloc ithis day then turning to Boptlt you will accompany ne uid Miss Gur neyMrs Southwick you mean Eeg pardon to m cc we U be happy to make this marriage worth your wliiie and will guarante yoa a divorce without trouble or relnun ration Must that be got rjght offT asked Bob Theres been hurry enough about getting Into the thing I would like a little time about getting out of tt I The lawyer wiped the perspiration from his forehead and said inoffHe IUerttcb Xo hurry about that I assure youl erhaps I may as well explain briefly khc occasion fort ls hurried marrlagej jind wu can sill meet tO arrange further jfn5 Inter Miss Gurney Mtrs Southwick please Bcg pardon Mrs Southwick re turned ipday from a long trip In foi ejlgn lands huvjng been delayed on the oyage home A year ago her uncle died lenvliijc n will bequeathing her his fortune 011 condition that she marry his- scm Elmer Grsney on or before 12 o clpPk today f Elmer Gurney re f ised or died sh Would Inherit any vrny If married ouior before the jnld date This was to ecure a succession Gurncy died a weejt ago Thank you Si41 Bob Ill see iou Irtter about the divorce Then to jthe todllIItYIHleht r It will 1It Your address please Washington plt eNo64 f Good day raising his hat Pleased to have met you For the first time the absurdity of the situation occurred to the girl and she laughed Good day Much ob iged Don t mention it IIhere vns no divorce Bolt Sot7 fwlck now having n wlfn to globe tilr with hini Is riot so boredm forinerl 1 t F A flGI1t ti f r 1 LJ i At McCauleys Paid in Fun a virile forceful vi alplay of comtemporaneous life by Eugene Walt r is announced for presentation at McCauleys Theatre LoUIs- ville by the Wagenhals and Kemper Co during the week beginning Mon day Dec 7 Paid in Full is in four acts and Mr Walter treats a great proposition in our American life with a candor and a strength which marks him as one of the truly great writers of the American stage He has taken for his subject the greatest class of American people he has built his arguments on the command Thou Shalt Not Steal and his absolute frankness stamps him indelibly with the mark of real genius His story concerns the fortunes of Joseph Brooks his wife Captain Williams whb is president ot the LatinAmerican Steam ship Company and a mutual friend Jimsy Smith Brooks is an egotist selfcentered selfish and grasping He believes the world owes him a living and because it is not presented to him in equal proportions with that given more fay red individuals he sulks then steals His wife has borne with him longandpabent y eyen though she went outl of her station to marry Him and when finally he Begins to steal he covers over his source of income with the explanation that Captain Williams his advanced his salary and as a bonus for conscientious work has given him six months back pay at the new scale They live in a manner befitting their new income and as might be expected the denouement is one tragic with the inevitable There are new turns and twists to this play that have not been seen before in playwriting and Mr Walter is to be congratulated that the Wagenhals and Kemper Co has given him the interpreting cast they liaye It is a safe assumption that his play is going to prove onp of the strongest that local playgoers haye enjoyed in many seasons To quote one Western writer It is the play of the age It ran fortwo years in New York and has to its credit a five months run at the Grand Opera House Chicago The sale of seats will open on Thursday Dec 3 There will be matinees on Wednesday and Saturday She Knew Them Miss Dubley She was braggin about how successful her dinner part was She said it wound up wit great eclaw Whats eclaw anyway Miss MugleyWimy I guess that was the dessert Didnt you never eat chocolate eclaw Catholic Standard and Times Football Courtship Autumn maiden full of fun Football player chapter one Maiden waves a flag of blue From the grand standchapter two Football player turns to see Down he tumbleschapter three jLost some scalp and what Is more Lost his heart Thats chapter four And hosayp ns surgeons mend Ive wonjmy goal And thats the Except therell bp a wedding soon And then a happy honeymoon Chicago News Should Stay Down You Americans shouldnt have much trouble keeping your meals on sea voyages observed the foreigner Why not Because you bolt them down Llppincotts Magazine t Out on the Farm Id like to be out on the farm today Yes I would Id like to keep tho mangers filled with hay i Yes I would I would Hue to sit and husk Corn fror daylight till the dusk While my weary finders bledtro n wear and Lsu I would like to aharc the fun While th tefr sirAnd nt night sleepin a KtufTyVxttic there Yes I would i Minneapolis Journal A Dear Friend I hear yer frlen Tainsons marrleA again Aye so he Is Hes been a dear frlen ta me Hes cost me three waddln presents an twn rreaths Dundas Advertiser To Fault Finders You have sbme right to talk about Outrageous fortvAa stlngn If working for or iuapplng out Some plan for better thinjjs But It ta help yourself you faff IAnd Jus complaining sit No one will care to iced your wall Or help you on n bit Kansas City Times tIcf the Suburbanite OstcndVt what Is the Suburbai handicap Pa The lhy mower In tho summer and the snow ahdvci In the winter nij spn Denver kewsTluios Twinkle Twinle Twinkle twinkle little star How I wonder what yQuare Earthly diamonds you Ssurpass Yet you may be only glass If by ary chance you fell Theres an uncle who could Jtell New York Herald His Failing Sight Walter I asked you for grcen tea That Is preen tea sir Oh Isit I must be getting color blind I thought it was blondChl cago Rec9rd Her l t The C heath Gown Like otoer lads that dont endure f Twll have Us little day The Indies though should first make tThat they are bunt that way V Judge The Sun and Couriw fittrtuu jtL5i st J 1y Real Estate Bargafn C ui f J Sprtngfieldbarn of tobacco land Glbse to hurcliandschooJ Price 40 per kcret No 4255 acres in Nelson county fgood barns good dwelling all the farm in grass Price 60 per acre No 5167 acres 7 miles from SprinSr go9ddwellinaschool On good pike Price 115 per acre No 10108 acres 7 miles from plcn4yoflarge dwelling well watered fine brchard Close to depot and on It oa pike Price 35 per acre M froroSpringfieldroom dwelling in good 16 acre eUwateredper acre- No18 194 acres 10 miles from Springfield good six room dwelling 9n good pike 3J miles from a 1 mile from school and church good stock barn 60 acres of 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tceobarn stock barn all out buildings plenty of tobacco land plenty of grass Price 45 per acre No 45140 acrEq 1 mile from school house in Springfield small dwell mg good stock barn well fencedwelI- watered plenty of locusts and plenty of grass Price 3Oper acre No 4698k acres 7 miles from Springfield OIl a good pike all the farm tobacco land new tobacco barn good dwelling well fenced Price 3750 per acre No47Town property of all kinds and prices If you want a town hqme call apd see me I have anything you want at any price t No 52OO acres 4 miles from Springfield on a good pike good 9 room welling one 12 acre tobacco barnt plenty of grass farmsituated in One pi best neighborhoods in the county all lime stone land and fine to bacco land Price 75 per cre 0 iNo 98165 acre 4 miles Irom Lo rettol mile from pike S miles from Springfield Ky 7 room dwelling in good repair good barn and all necessary outbuildings plenty of tobacco land Dlcnty of water of grass all under good fence Price 25 per acre No 9946 acres7 miles from Springfield on good pike good small house bnreott i SUBSCRIBERS FREE GOLUMK W S GihbsSprmJfieldhp5rr wli 50 cords of 4 foot White woou bc livered at Springfield J R Conror Frederick n 1t 1tOl sale 130 gpoi stock ewes with zoJ buck J 1C WalKi Vli alt n Jot of good cl au tinioih haj Prof G W fortvin SprinefieM has for sale 1 w Jersey i boar Will wgh1udflt1 Apply to Thco Campbell J Vp C L Brafl 3 Ajaifov if1i ii lot of clover ah uiiiUtiVJ1dy 1J1iUti loose rfJ L Alen Irjis Tor fr o t jwt ness and saJdlo ma T W Bkilty Rt 3 hat lor hay press cheap if taken at once L tirundy Rt i has for sale one thoroughbred Chester White Gilt Case Bra y Rt 3 have for Vs te ten good Southdown buck from Ifo 4 viars uld AK 10 thorqughbred Buck Jambs Stiles Thprv aun Springfield have fpr afe Rlotof stock ewes W P Montgomery Rt Jyhasfqr f 1 i5O bushels Of gob r B G Tw Ktmberfin Texasr 1Hf for sale 25gd 1eiiig LQZ5 JSThomac Rt 3 tiMWaiitft tfmcrmghbred white tor helms 15 i t ft 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Tni1e r6ol Dd church in IpPqC i neighborhood 8 poin 16 f tobacco barn 2 good stock plirniij young orchard tenant Iio ifarm Under good Tenc Price 1acre No 94 House d1thi Ifeny cheap I j NB 96J96 acres Ymile f Springfield on good ik 6 room diH ing 8 acre tobacco Barn good std barn all the farm under fitgood tobacco landwell waare4f pMOr of grass Pribe 35 per acre No i9133 acrj mile fre Springfield 5 room dwelling 8fac9idt baccci gOod stable ani raa bouse milk house fink orchard pl KX trees Close to school bur lt 8x1 depots Price 30 pet acre v i Q 62150 acres room dw81 fJSQme i ed pi 11Ulttpl1e frorp 1uIr from shool Price45 w1t tI iJ THE REAL ESTATE IA Y 1 AKEB1 D fia t ISPRINGFIELD KENTUCK t r Cot toO4Iy hi C eystoin2 aalqonehun4rccqshesofseed S O Parrott Rt 5yh a ioriiili a- FLwktey Gelding a gpod PAe trI lli Di Stiles Spinfrfieki Rr Zm J iaU locust posts forsale p 7l Clay Brooke Sprin fiei has j i for lAJeat11M1e V lV A iJiXicyvea Springftekl j ias for to le ftbpit CO Water Map ikads 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