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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + I J 1 j- IJ f J f 1rt tff t i rt c tji 1 i t r H 4Ibe r1 I tto y un ij cinI Iji r 1 l 4 i r v DEYOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYI ii J J k i t J 4 ffVOlUME V1SPRINGFIELD KY WEDHESDA DECEMBER 23 19 8l l I1JMIEI c3 1 I I EDITORIAL SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EDITOR 4 Ip WiElTp HIM THAT A TOWN WITH iSTABllSHETH CITY INIQUITY S h I WELL SKIP A COG Christmas T ere will be no Springfield Sun next week No sort of persuasion could ge fr IM to budge a wheel Ii Wehave too much respect for Old Santa Claus to go right ahead just as if nothing were taking place His comingxisia great event His arniuatg visits are as refreshing as a sup of necb tar from the Fountains of Paradise hes comes in upon a tide of light and gpes lnawave of song hes the best fellow in wprld To keep right on digging through our Ja drudgery Whlethe dazzling flames ofthe iyuletide Iqg1eapedin magnificent T I splendQr would be unpardonableB JSVe are going to bang up one of our iencerit cksgoingto hang It to the- o mantlepiece just as we did one Christ inastn entyseyen years ago when San ta Glaus came filled it up to the brim and left uaa pair of little red top boots to boot That stocking swingeing to C themant1ewith the little redto boots lurched just above it presented a pic ture to the writers childeyes morel uutffuttha 1a bank of lilies in an acre of Iroses It has not faded It touched the breast with a Brush of Gold and wrought its wonders therep wbriderat as eyerlasting as the mind opderf tthat impressed the soul withe jthaieayenly jpodness of Santa Claus f and opened an avenue for memories as J iwetsa songJrojutheThpg of Love s fJi M Of course of course very naturally there will be no paper issued from 1 I this office next week It wouldnt l e hbwmg the proper interest in the an niyerffary of that event in which theE little redtop boots opened the Gates of the SpuL and let in that wonderful ocean df joy oer which sail so many rnyitic ships carrying the fairies of childhoodorthestras of gilver bells and flutes of pearl to the Throne of the Heart where the revelry becomes M wild as mountain zephyis and as en trancing as a circle of stars upon the black veletfOJlds of a cloud 4he bet that we can wish for YOUI dear reader is that you may see as- much of the beauty of Christmas as we amongIfago Smay find some little token stored away in the vaults of the mind that will cause you to behold a panorama asI beautiful as that produced to us by the I the memory of the little redtop boots hichcame through the benevolence of Old Santa Claus twentyseven years go tomorrow evening frI DEAD MANS MONEY i It is said that one of Beech Hargisf lawyers in making aistatement to the court used the bitterest terms in denouncing the late Judge James Har gis This lawyer was the trusted friend f of Judge Hargis while living and rep a ireiented him in all of his trials vigor t ourly defjeriding Hargis giving the lie as it were to every man who pointed thefinger of accusation athis client Yesterday he accepted the gold of the livin c Judge Hargis and Defended his character and life today he accepts the gold of the dead man and defiles his fi1 character The action of this lawyer i is ernble but not strange Since the beginning of the world gold has coaxed m rtal mnJo turn upon frienr1 like a wounded viper and fight him with the jfan sjf pison Editor Walton of the Kentucky State Journal contends that perjury ought to be a capital offense We raise JK objectioin to the Colonels conten tionbut we would suggest that a few inuierersbe strung up first fJ P t 5S TAFT JHO D1 AND OTHERS fBringing his stay to a close in New Ypik Presidentelect Taft was theist of honor atone of the most nota l banquets fever held in this cityt as a dispatch to the Louisville Herald J thjJraldrepre here were B H Harriman J Pier NationidhBankMorgah Co EH Gary Chairman f the board of the United States Steel Corporation John Clafin Frank A Vice President of the Na KmgsleyPresIdent ance Company JP Morgan Jr E L Stptesbury of Drexel Morgan O of Philadelphia and Charles Steele of JP Morgan Co At another table and rivaling in the attention of the diners the four Tafts at the residents table were four Rockefel ers JOHN D JOHN D JR WIL LIAM ROCKEFELLER and P A ROCKEFELLER With them sat John D Ar hbold the active head of the Standard Oil Company and John G the special counsel of the com anyi- It will be remembered that Mr Rock fellei during the recent Presidentiali Campaign wrote a letter or gave out an interview in which he pledged his uppprt to Mr JDatfc Immediately fol owing the publication of Mr Rockefel ersdeclaratiori Mr Roosevelt popped his heels together snapped his jaw teeth arid immediately became as mis as a hoodooed rigger In aha nted house and for several days indulged in hilarious high kicking and kimbowirig i like a flearbitten kangaroo hurling to the four corners of the earth lie lied liars fringed with flaming vi tup rtion Simultaneously with Mr Roosevelts explosion came a denial as livid as lightning and as loud as thunder from Mr Hitchcock of National Headquarters Mr Taft also rushed out upon the firing line and tetched off a popgun Democrats were accused of manufacturing the Rockefeller interview and the Republican press said it was a mighty dirty trick It was preposterous A mean old devil like Jno P would he ver vote for a lib ertyloving saint like Taft Wm Howard T was too pure and righteous to breathe the same atmosphnre with a Rockefeller But before the mighty rltossing jltiPSJohnnie Dollarous Rockefeller THE SWALLOWING OF JONAH Rev J W McGarvev of the Lex ingtnBlble College has given out a statement that it is his belief that a maneating shark not a whale swal lowed Jonah The bible plainly states that it was a whale that took Jonah in but Dr McGarvey contends that the translation is incorrect and says there is not a doubt in his mind that specieIReally it makes little difference wheth er it was a arka whale or a rhinoc ers that partobk of Jon h Its a little late in the day to bother ourselve about the matter but since Dr McGar vey has sprung the qjjstion ann has left some room for rioub WP would like to hear from Dick Knott He has beenH swallowed andpuRed up by more different kinds of things than any ther Juan in the world anr we are inclined to the belief that he could throw a great volume of light ur on this subject1 r i iZZHH 0 H i ifr + + 3vAtit z Our r he calls me his little Boy Blue v f + +Whenever he goes by our yard v 4 And hsays good morning or how doyoudor 4 tII my u am r part He calls me his Little Boy Blue fi t tS IOnce IiZ Our neighbor hes not going to have anytr efj It1 So he says the best he can do t r t itt Istry to get something to partJyigIVemert w ft And partly give Little fr tIpBecause if hes here it would make him so glad i s And he said he knew it was true That ever and ever so many folks had rJA boy just like Little Boy Blue Our neighbor he calls me his Littte Poy Blue IfI And said he would like to help trim ittW4 i He said he would fix it with lights and wax flowers j With popcorn and berries you see Hedlike to come over andhelp to trim ourS7 iI JHes hotgoing to have any fJ WFoley itsf s JwI + z1 fp i+ + + fUll TErRIBLE COMMERCIALISM The Standard Oil Trust pays Lawyer Moritz Rosenthal 100000 as a retainer ndlOOpa day for every day he ISi actually occupied in fighting the battles of the Trust The attorney is fortytwoj dears old A few years ago he was one of the countrys most prominent trust- busters He contended that he would utterly and everlastingly destroy every trust in the nation but a onehundred thousand dollarperannumbaitofgold caught him and he didnt wiggl when hbwas pulled out and strung by the Octopus Who blames him Is there One among us who would have passed the bait with never a nibble Bit Well you bet Pull the cork under way underyes sir and then jump out upon tHe bank without giving the fishermaji a chance to pull Mr Rosenthal asAn antitrust attor ney may1 have bebn instrumental in re lieving thousands of people of oppress ion through his labors the wolf may have been frightened away from the homes of countlessjthousands of A met icas povertystricken and he may haye brought prosperity and happiness to a nation of wa eearners while liv ing he may have been honored and loved by the million in whose behalf he had labored and mdeath his body placed in a barque may have been car ried across the continent upon an ocean of tears shed from the sorrowing eyes of the women and children from whose backs he had lifted the weight of the centuries but the Standard Oil Octo pus with its one hundred thousand of coaxing coin tempted him and he like ninetynine out hundred of AmericaslUbeOXeveryone fellowciti zens tumbled just as easy as an oiled eel shps from the fumbing fingers of a fidgety fisherman Mr Rosenthal should not be censured for accepting the magnificent annuity He is human he id selfish his clay is like your clay His heart like your heart swims in thesouls shallow sea and tosses upon the billows Of avarice and greed He could not resist he could not turn away no more than the ear can turn away from the strains of a beautifUlsongThe with the people they ought to have made it impossible for the Standard Oil Company to pay such a fabulous salary to a single man Through the arteries of America gushes the blood of greed Men are grasping grasping grasping like a seething mass of tortured souls in the flaming maelstroms of hell Beneath Hiiman Flesh Food For American Commercialism 1DEAD TO RAPTURE AND DESPAIR THINGS THAT GRIEVE NOT AND NEVER HOPE 1 f fr Y tit tie iron hoofs of commercialism human life is blighted out as the flickering flame Qfa candle in the path of the wind Thousands and thousands of children aret enslaved behind the black walls of our factories The days work begins r with the early dawn and ceases with the gathering shadows The weary lit tie bodies toss upon beds of straw despair1reaming dawn comes and for another diiy the little body is enslaved by American Commercialism 7JThe days go by the autumn leaves begin to tan them in a little while the winter winds blow blasts from the north The meagre salary must continue to come The mother looks pittingly and tenderly into the wan face of the little boy but sends hirii1 to his labors with his crust of bread After a while a hacking cough develops The little body becomes frailer but the child refuses to cease his drudgeryiMotherwould suffer and little sister would cry for bread He goes onday in and day put until the boss finally tells him he can no longer do his work He must quit corn mercialism must have atronger lads nother must be led to the slaughter Weary of the burden the little boy clseshi8 eyes to an angels touch and the soul slips away to the ourtsof God while the emaciated body is clasped to the bosom of a despairing mother Caught in the dragnet enslaved in the ipdusjryMedom became sick of the spectacle and tossed the soul of the little boy into the arms of an angel t Greed wrecks thousands of human structures before manhood towers in its completeness American Commercialism plows its way through mountains of cross bones and bloody skulls and sails its ships of Commerce oer seas of blood One hundred thousand per annum is a big retmera magnificent salary one that Selfishness would command any of us to accept But it is costing America muchmuch suffering life liberty and the pursuit of hap plnessto enable a few men to pay such fabulous salaries THE WALOPPING OF WATSON i Kentucky gave Tom Watson the Populist nominee for President 333 votes and we are reminded again that the mighty fall Fact of the business is Toms vote in Kentucky aint half as big as 30 cents in plugged nickels It reminds us of a salvage sale after the fire in which soiled suitsaU wool are sold at 3331 In the United States Tom received 3871 votes in thirty States he did not receive a single vote Its the worse case of neglect of which we have ever heard its the next thing to cruelty to animals Count Boni de Castellane ahnounces that he doesnt want money from his former wife He wants only his chil dren Boni 1Sas unfit to bring up a child as a Kansas Jack rabbit He has no more business with these children thih theyhave with rattle snakes The Counts former wife is no better than he and we are of the opinion that the little ones ought to be sent to In orr phans home It is said that Gbv Willson is very fond of neckties pf many colrs Arid its not the Indian in Tiim either its just his varigated dispositiori appealing to his fancy 1t w t a SANTA GLAUIJ l J1 il There is no character l1ifictionooi I character in real life no character 1nJtil 7 the magnificent realms of an Eden half as Dretty as Santa pjaua Hfc rides upon the waves when the storm billows ass in the soul of childhood tand the 1ieartwith his simple J tsermon of Hope and Love Heiian t inspiration a songa melody jas beauti r fuJas the brew of lihee flowing vor snowy ripples oer the silver stringy of golden harps tfeu wonderful He towers above the kings of the earthy and reaches high up toward the throne j t of the NewJ Jerusalem From the win dows of Happy Dreams millions of life f1 tie eyes are now watchuir imthis ay through the C9le ofUie earth in the mellow light of the stars and a million little hearts touched witli 3l the magnificence of the picture throb with an exultation as though the iiily L fingers ofgIi cmgel had touched the l mysterious chords of the soul and iithrilled it with heayenly music A mythof course but it was given to l f the world through the birth of Christtand it sheds its dazzling splendors as a lance of peat into tHe Bosom pf Irmo H J cence Oh ye righteous Oneli trail tyour slimy hands oer the preckHie fpldif i of the American flag brethfromSyoU nostrils the fires oftreason and r ioJ f you will incur the enmity of nechunfdred millions of irnericanebuta gracious it people seeinRthatbeU hath fettered your soul in bnde of ItH12i will lower the faDifiplacing upon your breastje r Vt + v jiL letter will work upjn you with ihH fprocesses oi regeneration jfconui 1Ff some day to cause you tok theft sg itand see in its rIb colors iheActeblin n t t of Liberty Love and QppdrfdT wKr butSears of American Childhood Ther jEiV No Santa ClausaQd8 nitionofpio lIlt pie plowing their way Jhrodghr tfiHB t tears of twenty millions ofvchildrw i will place upon you a scorn ai wi ti1 enng as the scowl of an angry God h1 STEALINg MGMINATIQNSv f The mart who steals the riomiriatiotf trfe j for a p liticlQfficeJ which heia fvii r terwards elected laMwho draws IW salary and appropriates it to his pwifc L needs and uses is just aa much a thief as the man who holds up a train rpb tWthe 81fmoney Indeed he is worse thai ti f fv fcii tram robber he steals every dayh vifc Jf j hi office t1There are great many menvin1iS i tics who look lightly upon this thirigjO i getting a nomination through ftaiiit fy They would feel very much outrgedi4 kC f classed with common thieTes tkiey ii P who prowl under the cover of mgtit il3 ft looting where their fingers fill Butt f they are thieyee The fraudulent of y tZ fica holder is in the same boat withtb rsneak thief each has taken that thafcf 4belongs to another A Lt The fraudulenfcofficeholderisameiaii f Jf t er thief than the sneak thief H tramples upon and destroys rt Emt4 sacred right the right of 8uffrajt t iland he steals besldei 5 A Democrat who would steal ttnoni i inationis the partys most dangerous 4 tffemy The doors of the council chamberti J should be closed to nlmV and he5 hoIi s1bet f j the proceedings of a great nkrty fiStuff ing a ballotbox and c rtirjririf v to false returns are mammoth crimtev and the scoundrels who engage in uekv I dastardly work the individuak wBot lfpermit it reamo gtelt y meanest and most darigerpua types of i criTiinals They are riiali antlyprwh ggt inal seetHihg in corruption and tjh Stpenitentiary is their natural hpnie A t Gov Willsoniagain pMitiyely refueee 3 to call an extra session of the fajitiSiijrfcg M ture to cpnsiSe 4hecnty unitbs1 v Gentlemen of the AntiSalen eejpNU HfV naws your time to isenci out soioe Mii i gramsIi f 1 1 4r YtT i GJj Ii Jf P J rr rr i I t rc1 r i j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY DECEMBER 23908 I 1I i j WORSHIP AT CROSS OF ICE Scattered Christian Tribes in Turkey iC Celebrate Christmas with Im I presslve Cere- monlesFwr OPAMMEDISM Is the pre r vailing religions in Turkey h and for that reason only the few scattered Christian tribes observe the birthday J oif Christ in any manner The Mo hammedan Turks have but two holi r days in the entire year those being t VGar Bon Biram the day of forgive jiesS which is the Mohammedan New Year and Bairam the anniversary t of the date when Mohammed gave his people his scripture The Fri day of the Christian is the Sabbath otthe Mohammedan and is observed f by him in the san manner as Sunday with the Christians The Christian Turks who include the Bulgarians Servians Monte- negrinsf and other smaller tribes ob fserve Chriajmas with impressive re lgiious c r monipsI Thrfee days before Christmas the Blade o apppints a delegation of 1JO men form each congregation who go BbUhei river and hew out immense cakes of ic after which they con struct ahuge pyramid near by A J T great cross measuring about 40 by i jfeet and cut fom the bed of Ice is t fet up against the pyramidt and the 1 place of worship for Christmas day Is completed r Early on Christmas fJIlorningaU the people march to the where the initial exercises f are conducted the UBfll ego A mall crucifix used by him in the exerj f V cises is the prize of the younger men 1 r 1of the tribe who dive Into the ice o1d- i v yater after It as the Bladego throws ft in Many are drowned annually in this practice but thoYftall consider themselves fortunate to die while on Such a tpission- fl From the pyramid the procession aces to the home of the priest jrhere hread Is blesHed and broken by the pladego and allppresent partake oFtbe food ii t TCeep ever in the path of duty but tail not to climb the steep of know e edgeTNewton SPARROWS Mostof the farmers are through stri ptng tobacco and have delivered tile b t same All feel satisfied with the prices ThOle who killed hogs before Thanks giving have had the misfortune to loose t i r t their meat s John Longstreet of Ohio has com Jtl ted the bridge across Beaver Creek J kLickskillet which is a delight to all 7 Lourifivjlle are spending a few days sith their father G A Edmonson VMiss Ora Dadisman has returned l home fafter a few days stay in the city i jf Mr J6 Stewart and wife wereinn i Bloomfield one day last week J i leathers and T S Stewart ere in Taylosville one day last week tri business nj Smallpox Is quite prevalent at VanI buren there being 12 or 15 cases in the little village r fej iS E Cranfill of Vandyke spent F dead aY land Wednesday with W0 tmacki w Icie T Camrnackis spending a f tr I tt y tl l y 1 INTHE R LMOFliEnCZAR Russians Look Upon Christmas pas the Most Sacred and Most 1Celebrated Holiday SHRISTMAg Is the most sa i 0 bred and most celebrated g holiday In Russia Contrary y to the custom in nearly all other countries Christmas there always comes on Sunday and a continuous celebratipn is held until mijinighjt on Sanuary2 The Russian believes in devout re liglous services ihthonor of the birth Christ and each day during the season each family including all its members attends church at Teas once On Christmas morning the most important services take place marches solemnly to th nedrest river which is always frozen ov r the ice being sometimes as much as three feet thick 4ter a large hole has been chopped in the ice the priest dips his cross in- the water and prayers are pronounced after whIch the priest holds baptismal exerciSes Having been blessed by the priest the water is considered to bo holy and as fast as the people can file by the hole in the ice bottles pf all sizes and descriptions are filled with the water This water isi prized the most highly of anything in the home and bottle- of itare sometimes found a century or more old Some fanatics secure large quantities of it and bathe in it at regular intervals during the year There is one custom which many Ameticatis would cherish In their own Christmas celebration and especially the young people It is that of kissing for oil Christmas day every one steals a kiss from whomsoever he meets In some cases and among the older peo tie the hearty handshake is much usedi but the younger element clings closey to the old style Russiat arrjjM vcmkh witch carrying a long stick and attired in the usual witch cos tunic visits the homes in every vil lage and city aud distributes greetinsr and then corals at night and leaves the gifts bofh old and young few days witn Mrs A Cranfill at Van dykes J C Stewart was thrown across a isled one day last week and for a whit thought he was badly hurt but we are glad to note he is able to be ou again E P Pulliam was in our midst las week looking for tobacco We wish the editor correspondents s and readers of The Sun a merry Christmas and a happy New Year Medicine That Is Medicine I have suffered a good deal with mal rind stomach complaints but I epsrrteFitters a medicine that is medicine fo stomich and liver troubles and for ru wnjonditlontJ says W C Kiestler punitoIfi it tails to help you 50c at Haydon Robertsons drug store Tlit Sun and CouMetionmir t 1L60 Tat Springfiel BUD 100 pr ytar Tbi Sun and CourlerJounial L50 1sM Ico MEETS MAKER DUlllNG PRAYER Elmer Hill Pays Penalty For Hem ous CrimeMob of Twenty J A Six Hangs Hopeless De Hyenerat Danville Ky Dec 17Amida thetic scenes Elmer Hill child murderer paid the death penalty last night for his crimes As the hangman was toping the rope around his neck he broke down and confessed his guilt de Glaring that death WPS his just deserts and requested that the mob which Jad him in charge sing one of the old fa miliar songs that he had heard at the little meetinghouse at Russell Springs and then offer a prayer for his soul The mob leader stopped proceedings and the determined men at the request OflMytold them that he was ready to die and his dangling form was pulled high Into the air the rope securely fastened ana the mob quietly dispersed Parties re siding in the vicinity where Hi l was hanged heard the singing and praying and the facts just as they occurred leaked out from members of the mob which is said to have been backed in its action by practically the whole of Rus sell county At the jail In Monticello when the mob appeared Hill prayed begged for mercy And vigorously d claredl his innocence of the awful but a deaf ear was turned to his entreaties He continued to plead innocence until the rope had been looped around his neck The crime for which Hill was hanged was one of the most hienous ever committed in Central Kentucky and stirred six counties to fever heat On Tuesday atternoon of last Week he intercepted his cousin 12yearold Mamie Wamock on the country road at a lonely spot in the vicinity of Russell Springs as she was returning to her home from school at Mt Olivet After crIminallyas saultlrig his little relative he choked her then beat her brain out with a cJub and carried her 200 yards into ar dense thicket The body Was found about 10 oclock at night by a search ing party who feared that the little girl had met an evil fate Blobdhounds were hurried to the scene of the crime fromJHustohville dayeyoung Hill called at the Wamock home view ed the remains of his victim and ap peared to be visibly affected A by stander remarked that the murderer would be burned at the stake as soon as captured Hillwho before had not been suspected hastened from the house and fled into the woods of Rus sellcounty The bloodhounds arrived and were taken to the scene of the tragedy and given the scent from the club with beatenst went thickets where the body was discovered and thence followed the trail to the home of Hills grandfather where he conjtinuewoods began The murderer was frequently heard of in advance of the hounds but each time succeeded in eluding officers who were sent ahead Finally after covering a distance of ninety miles over mountains and through dense thiqkets the fugitive criminal was found in an old barn near Sanp in Adair county where he had fallen asleep from exhaustion Hiq capture was affected last Sunday morning about 9 oclock The officers hurried Hill to Jame town the county seat of inijaIl Notwithstanding it was Sunday Judge H H Dunbar called a special session of court and began the e l1min ing of the prisoner but so many deter mined men began gathering in the lit andethtFIrrisoner sent to jail and a guard- t placed around him trked For Depth Three years ago I was marked for death graveyard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces lctorsa led to help me and hopehad fled when my husband got Dr Kings New Discovery H says Mrs A C Williams of Bac imIprQvement fully restored This medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs discosenIk prevents pneumonia guarantee at Haydon 4 Robertsons boteShIpworm Threatens Disaster The teredo or shlpworm Which In the days when vessels were mJllrJ of timber was responsible for more dis asters than any other causeIa now threatening the Canadian timber trader ll 1 Ii lTIe Practical t IIIJ 4 re a r r l aI FT NNNNNNNNNNNNNN CAN BE FOUND AT I Leachman Campbells Furniture Sl re Bed Room Suits in solid Oak 1750 to X75 Oakf Dining Tables in plain or Fancy 475 to 3500 Book Cases and China Closets X650 to 35 Hall Mirrors and Racks 5at all Prices Handsome Parlor Tables Ranging in price from 1 to SISin Oak or Mahogany Nothing nicer than a Morris Chair for Xmas 7to20Davn- ports Box Couches and Bid Lounges in LEATHER or VELOUR- Sat Prices that will sill them a 10 Lt QIJ fCft ONT FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE OF t AxminisUr and Smyrna Rugs At prices that will sell them 1 Handsome Axmiinistcr Rugs i 27x60 n 200 36x60 325 Handsome Ruesz J 150 43660 250 I Above prices are 25 per cent less than elsewhere a to to our and get our prices buy or not Washington Circuit Court Ky Billy Bradvetc Plaintiffs vs Levi Brady By virtue of a judgment and order oi sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1908 Ii shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on the 28th day of December 1908 at 2 oclock m or thereabout being County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property tq wit Said property sought to be sold jade scribed as follows and situated in1 Washington coun tyonthe of Long Lick Creek and bounded asfol lows Beginning at a stone in a branch corner to W Sweeney on Powell heirs thence S 49i W 3320 poles to K e tone of a bridge corner to Sarah White house thence N 44J W 211 poles to a beech corner to same thence g 61iW 22 poles toa stone 1 pole South of a drain thence N 13 poles to a stone in Long Lick Creek corner to same thence iV 101 pole to an elnt on the West eof saidCreek a corner of Mrs Wilson thence the West side of said Creek N 4 J E 14 to astone corner to same thenc N38 E 36 poles to a stone near an oak tree corner to same thence W 72k E3j5iJQlesto a stone in a branch corner to Win Lair and Jas Smith thence up East side of ti CD = = I wN Q = o 3- R fI= 1 0 = 27x60 wateip Solid lahogany Dressers I Chiffoniers Tables and Chairs i 5 to X40 Princess Dressers something nice for the young lady in both Mahogany and Oak r 1350 to 20 Shaving stands something for men up to date patterns i f t assortment of Folding Beds f 1250 to40 Unquestionably tht largtst sINk v f CHAIRS and ROCKERS mr showqIn Mahogany Oak Early English and Flemish finish t r Your wife would appreciate a s i Handsome Brass Bed for ttXmas and you can buyIit at from f o e25 toe50t Pedestal and Jardineer standsSall styles and prices BEFORE BUYINGrXMAS GiFTCOME IN AND INSPECT OUR LINE OF V PICTURES Nothing more decorative for the Ahipuse nor more appreciated by the housekeeper than a Handsome Picture and youcan buy them at prices to suit all fOe toI f I You will always regret it if you fail to see the line 1 fVe extend cordial invitation all inspect stock whether you Respe- ctfullyLeachman 0 in Campbell J CommissionersSale t tcDefendalltsEquityI p 7m5Oto1OBi- g J said branch S 2J h91 poles to a branch 21 J E 19g to a stone 12 feet from corner of Jas Smith and Wm bwvniey tlScontaining y survey twenty and JU initibeingthesume 129IKY1SaId EIGraveor purchasers with approve security bearinglegalpaid and haying the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C W D Claybrpoke Attorney for Plain tiffs aR al it W IS PR IN T- SALEBILlS AND PIIINT ThCM RiOHI r IC IH eadllhIS r If you want a homeland come to see me I IFarm of 185 acres in irismile of ld dwelling 2 tobaocp barn n grass plenty of tobacco lan i ell fenced and well wafere Wi1Ll- Q1 easy terms or calash PriqelkJiOOQpO TQOtntiweUngtononeeltQeat water in yard good roll 6 acre of shadehouseHouse 10 rooms 2 acre of rrownd houeHalhonecessary 2iOOOO This property is only on The market for a short time t W want any ofitcaUon or Write me at once A SD LAKERaI Estate A joff rIk h f ITHESPRIiNGFIELDSUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23 1908 4 i Itf 811 I CHRISTMASPRESENTS t I AT 1 D MRUSSSL S i I ami daily receiving my line of Holiday Goods and 4 now have many handsome articles on display How fever the stock is not yet complete lut in a few days I willbe prepared to show ihe trade tHe handsomest line L 0f Jewelry Silver are andzr Cut Glass V ever seep in Springfield In my stock will be found a ijvariety of presents suitable for all EG M RL5ELL e e11 e Big Champ Clark Speaking of the new democratic lead per inthe house a writer In the New York World sajys Everything about Champ Clark he new minority leader otthe house is big He is big in V avoirdupois big of heart big of voice arid he has a big and abiding faith in the democratIc party Outside of the democratic party he loves Missouri stAfew he was on thee platformr in Kansas wb I1ibe be came ill anpl was tokFhe had only an eyen chance to live What more does i man wantt he demanded Just put me in a car and start me back to Mis fpuri Going hack tiome is enough to make any non welL Before the tram reached Kansas City he wasvon the road to recovery The biggesfc thing about Clark is his voice His oratory is the 11 is est in congress As a hired hand ona farm hfr learned how to yell for the cattle He jadtices this art on the republicans now As a lawyer he is at home as 9 cross examiner He canI browbeat and bulldoze a witness to the thepointtruth if it kills him Mr Clark chairman of the democratic national convention hi 1904 and chairman of the committee which notified Alton B Par iticer ofhif1 nomination for the presi ncy He once held the distinction of being the youngest college president in America The new minority leader is bornain Kentucky He is a tall ma with square shoulders and abhrJeep chest He takes up three or four aisles and most of the space in the well of th house when he makes a speech When he is through he is blowing like a por noise and mopping his bald head With a redbordered handkerchief U InMemorium In lQvingl riememberance of our dear Papa whofdied January 22 1901iI Papa is gone But not forgotten Never will his memory fade Sweetest thoughts will ever linger Arouu tliu grave where he is laid himButSo the angels sweetly called him To the bright and happy shore PapaOh i 3ut then we will try and meet hun Some sweerday by and bys w Gone from our home yes forever Although he wanted to stay angelsToHow we watched and oer him And the sorrow no tongue can tell When the angel of death took him fro us Our dear Papa we loved so well Home is not home for Papa is not there Angels have taken Iii out of our care Dark IS his room empty his chair everyl Home is slot what is used to be sinc our dear Papa is jut there From his loving children Roy and Ola Buckman Printers ink annstationPcry ti e every ftye for doing the best of job work at a minimum price i Headquarters For IAllKindsofI 1 SANTA CLAUShas come andun1oad f his bIg toy wagon OLD my door and I have lots of pretty things for t boys and girls for old and young I haye right things at the right prices I bought them cheap and bought them to sell at once not to keep over another year Come early and see the JOYS WAGONS CARTS HORSES AUTOS POPGUNS PISTOLS FIREWORKS SPARKLETS ALL KINDS OF t Drills VASES FRUITS CANDlES AND NUTS Come early and take yo r time and you ir will fill your baskets r jIHrM ASIt 1 r It r f tc j t B4 i bi 1t + i ii 1 rl HAT a lot of things can happen be tween July and Christmas Kate said it to herself and said it aloud aso loudly that it Startled her For SlIp was alone Mother was off on an eleventhhour and unsatisfactory wrestle with the Christmas shopping problem Sis had chosen this gray afternoon to call on a chum home from college So Kate ham opportunity to make herself as miserable as she desired It was now six weeks since Jack hatcalledand six weeks ts a long tirne when a man Js 25 and a girl is 20 andeach is very much interested in the other Just how much Kate was interested was something unsus pecte Once Jack thought he knew- but n w all he knew was that he did not know When Jack suddenly disap peared from Kates perspective no one notice his absence from the picture To most people Jack had seemed a part if Kates social background Some who had seen them together at Grand T averse had advanced him to the middle distance But of the foreground no one thought What happened in July was this The Wilsons were no more than firmly established In their cottage which looks over Grand Traverse bay than Jack appeared at the hotel which looks over them both That was not remarkable for all had ben members of that particular summer colony for years Then the day of the picnic on the Point Jiick and Kate found themselves sitting at the green fringe of the forest looking out oyer the blue expanse of the bay A hundred yards in front of them Mrs Wilson was gathering up the table cloth and things There was a little sense of chill in the aira harbinger of autumn And there was a change in the atmosphere between the two The girls lips were tremulous The man was agitated and strangely tender and brutal in his speech saidmam But why so tragic We will be back In town in a week ourselves and yet I do not feel so horribly blue about it- Well things down there are dif ferent uneyou them ft shall miss the canna in front of your hotel but I haveno doubt the fan millinery on Stale street will be quite as gorg s You are clever and like most Youathere The people are differentwhy we are different ourselves And it Is just the difference of which you speakthe difference between these flowers and flowers of silk and satin between those lilies out there and lily stems of wire and paperc You are a little unkind Jack she said gently The soft reproof more suggestive of tears than anger brought the story to his very lips He wondered how he should tellit Then an old schoolboy trick came back to him He brought out his penknife Beside them was a little spruce and in the soft flaky bark he carved ft heart Within its lines he dug deeply the Initials of twp people The girl caught her breath and blushed a little which are the prope and cus tomary things for a girl to dp at such a time Then he told her what was In his mind It left her a little panicstricken And she took the refuge her sisters al rwaya hive takenshe asked him to wait for his answer In such a case there is but one thing for the man to do and that Is to wait until tomorrow But when a man Is terribly In earnest he takes people seriously When I see this carving of yours again then we will tak about this Jafkl you still think this way She thought she was putting him on a most proper probation It was only a Omans reluctance to give up- her rreeJIoniitBut he1took her at her word Next day he went away Dace in town a lnatlltst he saw her often Ills reBtralnt she Imagined was resentment Iii November a month f o storms and dreary skied tn k k it tit- I j1 1 AN ORDER FROM LEXINGTON FOR SPRINGFIELD HARNEs I i Y v l f i iiVLiEXINGT N KY1DEG fB ai 9o8 jtMR G EO JB EGEMANN V q l V v vit f f id Springfield ii Sv 4 J Da Sir 1 4 q What Lave fo ask you isth costofa Set i ttHarness for driving purposes Now this is for myself the oneIzhaveis a f vlr little heavyit is the one you made for nfeVso you Jjve m best price oh a lighter set and the half tan lines also trimmed a little more I have the the bridle What I mean is something nice ryou may also sendas soon as you can the following Two sets Breech Jingrrone double hip four pair i in x 16 ft Liner six pair one inch Bridles tryour best style rY Back Bands I Y I t Belly Bands one half dozen of the Jfiveeight Riding Bridles Let me hear from you at once and any other order I can get for pr giver you I will be glad to do so Yours Respectfully t I r F A WARE Js t std Jr This js the third order from Mr Ware and the farmer s aroundLexing16n j ill 4r ffIt J r ij tlIf1 1 p c e of C t 1 fr If Mr Ware and the Farmers around Lexington see a saving in my goods and Jprices there must be one for the In and around Washington County r L t l Jf BUY YOUR HARNESS FROM THE MANUFACTURER SJft LaAND SAYE TOE MIDDLE MANS PROFIT fl j ii J Be emann SpringKeW Ijco Manufacturer of HandMade Harness tney quarreled That was six weeks ago All that six weeks he pondered the matter by lonely fires and over break fasts late and bad Then he resolved to end the suspense and still keep his word One day a young man whom the nattives were satisfied was most tainly insane stepped off the train into a snowdrift He wanted a team a guide a shovel and an ax As he had money and determination he got them This crazy young man drove four miles and waded through two more Rang the Door Bell Violently On the Point now bleak with winter he stopped by a tiny spruce protruding from the snow and began digging AS furiously as If he were hunting for burled treasure y A half dozen little trees he uncpvi Bred At lasts with a boyish laugh he laid the ax at the foot of one anti the chips new V That night the crazy man who had come 300 miles for a Christmas treE started homeward again Christmas eve the man and the Christmas tree mounted the steps of the Wilson resi dence and rang the door bell violently Well what else could she dot That night they went out into the Christmas crowds together and bought the tin sel for the first Christmas tree late had hadlnYearsand the very best Copyright jfeoS by Wright A Patterson The Sun and Coirit orDa1L5I Thf Springfield sun fLOO ptr ytar t fr V vrV Pt a IRnmjwnlqlllDlIII1IInu niI 1IIIIDJJ I1IIIlIlIlI UiL II THE SUN 1 PER YEAR N IIIttIIIIIII mmia mmmmmmmm lll Ua II W1 j CLUBBING RATES WJT- HLOUISVILLI DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except bunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier daysinthe3 7i1 dailyCourierJournal days hi the week six months 2 80 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 280 The dailyHerald EveningI t a JO of let Us Settle it For YOU Come and look at our line of THE FINEST 1AND MOST ATTRACTIVE IN THE CITY v FOR HER Silver Comb Brush and Mirror Sets Sterling Silver Desk find Manicure SetsJs Gold Locket and Chain J3racelettWatchofClQ Opera Glasaeg Brooch 1 STEVElaor Field a EVJla j t High in Qtiality Boodgan viJuer right through Madfc in ataiuJjtfdn gaugC1l Ieish8t wcight etccr HMnmcf or Jl inmerlewi Styles rji STEVENSSHOTGUNa SHOOT STRAIGHT AND iTRQIfQ JiL 8 Ibc1Wate 4 lFor We IcuBet c coat IWa w j r The Question l Christmas Presents x JEWELRY = g k x BAIRELSHOTgt = 4 nl If f FOR HIM t A Watch Chain 1I0DI Cuff Button Rwgy J Diamond Gold P i cSilverOffice or Dek1Jf d t J L 1 Its easy to select presents here we hayf so ni ny beautiful things at such reason pri s t James J GraveipriugflW lft if t 2 1 J T l f i It y ltW a THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23 1908 t 1 HE BIGGEST HIT O TH SE t SO a CROWDEDHOUSSEVERYWHEREIf I gf Fg j t 0 TO S EE tlt F L ltis a morality play of theh highest orderNew York Tribune 4n Adaptation of the Famous Continental play by Franz Molnar t F f t 74 SEATS ON SALE AT THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE tJ r e SPRINGFIELD SUN MSDEH EVERY WEDNESDAY ter i l i rI SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR c A In Advance rf tJ ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher 1 i V atSpringfieldYy AIIW secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fffreari J100- v 50 Tree Months t u t 25 7Mf SEAR Y t3 One of the Count s Best Citi v i l c zens Passes Away 1 lmjJ It ti4Mr ML Searcy after an illness of ieyerallweeKsof Brights disease p s P eeed away at bis home in this city Jut Sundayafternoon at three oclock Hei was fiftynine years old last June r iaying been born in Anderson county pear Lawrenceburg in 1849 He came tto this county a number of years ago + fauid became identified with the business a tof the county In all of his business ventures be met with success He pos goodtr distinctbll 1 loss to the business interests of the town and county i Mr Searcy was married to MissI y Jennie Shirley and to this union four children were born They reJohnJ Seaxcyof New Mexico Mrs G B Hawkins of Lawrenceburg Mrs Geo McBpde of Louisville and Miss Ethel Searcy These children together with the wife survive and to them of peopleextendsin ere condolence The deceased was a faithful Mason f being a Knight Templar and a serrt yicee were conducted at the home Mon vfv day4 evening The body was taken to Lawrenceburg Tuesday where it wa did to rest with Masonic honors The accompaniedZthe1xdy to Lawrenceburg and acted PHll bearers Were Messrs Hertlein Gwinn Marks Matt Mayes J H McClure Luther Burns and Dr f S J Smock Mr Searcy was a member of the ly Christian church and was an excellent i CSjristian He was charitable and big ihftaited and was ever ready to extend a vhelping hand to the needy He was kind and affectionate toward llIsfafuily and W dothingsf those MHito them The funeral aeryice was conducted ob1i RevYLawaon t I j r PROGRAM Ip Merchantof Venice Modernized Will Be Prej sented By High School at Opera House Dec JI t uThe Merchant of Venice Upto Datej promises to be a leal tr atin the w entertainment And from the miestbetng shown by the public a worthy of the play is certain to be present to encourage the young ladies and j gentlemen who play the various rules The public has always shown a partiality towards plays and this cant fail to please them Below is the cast of characters and the stu dents playing them DRAMATIS PERSONAE The Duke of Venice Edd Willett Antonio a Senior and Captain of the High School Football Te- am7Rich Spalding Bassanio his friend and sUItor to Portia3a Will Waters Gratiano another friend Walter Clements Shylock a wealthy gambler Olhe Barber Tubal his friend Captain of the Belmont Football Team lWallace Rogers Launcelot Gabbo servant to Shylock Lawrence OBrien The Professor an Xray photographer AR Shultz Jr Policeman Dudley Robertson Portia a rich heiressEvelYn Royalty Nerissa her friendsMabel Williams Jessica Shylocks nialdIsa Colvin Miss Abbie S Threedice a teacher Lei Roberts Polly Portias maIdSaraONanA- ntoniosmotherVirgima Royalty Mrs Gabbo Launcelots mother ii Naomi Rogers Football PlaYersHigh School Boys V SYNOPSIS SCENE I A street in Venice Antonio makesbad bargain with Shylock SCENE II A Room in Portias House The drawing of caskets Bassamo wins t SCENE III The ItShylocks plot House for revenge IV pi ML Room in Portias House b Gabtio gets busy Rescue planned SCENE V Football Field Court Room Alls well that ends well Music between acts by Miss Waters pupilseCurtain rises at 8 oclock Doors closed during scenes Tickets now on sale at Red Cross Drug Store Go early and get good seats House Burned sThe dwelling house of Mr H G S hewmaker in the Pleajant Grove fireryesterdaymorningatabout our The fire caught from ai defective flue in the kitchen and building burned very uponsr was e rly owned by Mr Jno H Brown and was one of the prettiest homes m the householddwere s makers loss is quite heavy He carried 2000 insurance on the house and con tents but it is said the property lost will amount to 4000 Death At Maud MiB3 Annie Jones died at her home at Maud this morning ef typhoid fever after an illness ot about three weeks Her death is a shock to all who knew her She was an excellent Christian and s woman universally loved J Tobacco Sales L r r LaBtFatu yalI recorhson the local were broken when between 200000 and 250000 pounds of to bacco were sol fat prices ranging fromI s en4t9 22 cents per pound The top price of 22cents was paid for some ot theorop of Bishop Gngsby whose entire crop of 10000 pounds averaged 2080 per hundred The to bacco of J as and Greene Hays which Fair14alsoand Al isonGraves of the Continental T D jBlackmore of R J Reynolds Co JrjA Hutchinson representingR A Patterson of Richmond Va B D Lake and W J Stern were the buyers The fallowing are some of the best prices Realized jBISHOP GRIGSBY 1055 19c 120 a iJ r17c770 pounds 192c 890 Unds 16c 410 pounds j u22 c 925 pounds 22c 285 pounds Ml6c635 pounds 22c 21ic 1065poundsr 21Jc v722c 22c 940 pound 12Jc itJ W GORDON 880 pu 19Jc 810 pounds 20Jc 300 pounds 9Jc 750 pounds 18J 0 400 Pounds J 18jc 600 a s2O C 800 tipunds 17J 265 i 19Jc nds10c20460 poinds 18IcI415 o nds r JAS AND GREENE HAYSI605 20c 70 pounds 15c 535 19c 290 pounds 17Jc 755 21c 340 18Jc 1445 pounds 20c 605 ISJc 1435 rounds iJ 20Jc 190 pounds 5 15ic 1100 192c 790 PQ11nds20 e 605 pounds 436 192c 915 20c 1020 pounds 17c 165 a16c840 pounds l7ic 695 ou a v 18c BYRON CROAKE 360 rounds a 17ic 305 ounds 14Sc 515 ounds 18Jc 690 sounds 16c 650 sounds a rr 20Jc 395 rounds ai + 19Jc 510 ounds 4J 20Jc 730 ounds 18Jc J Y MAYS 1075 pounds i 19Jc 131Q ounds 19Jc- J175 J4 14c 19c145founds a c 650 bounds a A 17Jc 455 ounds 18Jc 635 ounds a 19c 430 bounds lOc 130 ounds ffi 15c 800 pounds a18c408 pounds a y18c620 bounds J19c500 ounds 880 ounds 18fc 630 ounds18c315 sounds 17c 335 ounds a 16Jc Famous Gambler Mme du was the most famous womangambler of the time of Louis pastImeWith he sole object of winning If she could It Is recorded thnt her win nings were enormous and that Inn pocketsotthljgThe sun and CoorlerJonmmi SL60 j Tlit Springfield Sun 11000 r r yetr f Every Woman should see this wonderful play Dorothy Dix in New Yolk Evening Journal IjL2 I III I Exactly as presented at two theaters at One time in New York City Opera HoUse jl An Estimable Citizen Dead Marion Falcon After having twice in years gone by been victorious over thedeathofsoMr JohnB Hill died of typhoid fever at Ills home about a mile and a half from Lebanon Wednesday morning at seven oclock having been sick several weeks The funeral services were held at St August les church Thursday morning with requiem high mass being andfterPtent Bottom John M Cooper Joe Beaven and C S Hill Mr Hill was 40 years of ago and was twice married His wife who prio to their marriage was Miss Ella Johnson of this county died a number of years ago leaving one son A few years later Mr Jrlill was united in mar riage toMissElJa Leachman of Springfield to whom were born eight children four boys and four girls In chilIdrenhe Spalding of this city and two brothers Clem J and Walter D Hill of Covington l alwaysliveddustrious man a true friend honorable upright and just No higher tribute could have been paid his memory than the immense number of people who attended his funeral attesting the esteem in which he was held by the citizens of this and adjoining communities theo bereaved the sympathy of the whole community is extended All persons bolding claims against the estate of Wa t 0 Bryan deceased are hereby notified to present heir claims atlI For the month of we will our of ANDt H ALSO ALL J AT TO HUNTERS The announce that their lands are posted and they forbid hunting on their premise Par ties caught hunting upon the aide off any of the be prose cutedto the fullest extent of the laws Woodford Graves H P MW DeeRiley Hite Clements f Sam Phillips J it Martin J W GGrundy G L XJrunay T A Grundy R J ybunf Conrad Hertfcih W R Booker Harry Thompson ms CarapbellBbttom T iDudley TappI W F Moran Thomps Hi F M W R Janes Hennessey Baker J S Bums WS Pur omSon J TCIoyd J R Johnston F OR Fields TailorWDr John Deboe Parties desiring their names placed in 3ring20cJ t I SME 4 Of Ladies Cloaks and Suits Childrens Cloaks i Mens Overcoats and Suits Boys Overcoats and Suits During the Month of December December offer ENTIRE STOCK EverythingElse READYTOWEAR DEPARTMENT Mens and Boys- Clothing Greatly Reduced Prices NOTCE following gentlemen undersignedwill BFSim SonAJ3x Siiewmaker t Our Stock is large and well assorted and this is a good chance to buy HIGH CLASS Goods a r BARGAIN PRICES i We would be glad to have you call and look through our well assorted stocks andrNEARI THE LOW PRICES obertson=Claybrooke mooi jINCORfORATED 4 a 1 t f ijj J F DECEMBERy 23 1908 Dr G1 T Burton Tt 5 I RESIDENT DENTIST teeth Extracted with I out PaiL GROWN WORK A SPECIALTY Strictlyk First tft1ividass Springfield Ky- t 0ftqe In Haifon Block tip stirsf ti L f Local News Notes s i Clayy Brooke Durrett sold seven r f mules this week at 121A Ahead e A nice line of pictures or Christmas mt Leachman Campbells T t 1 tj feRSALE4A sixleal dining table Gall on Robt Noe x c iSee my silk petticoats at 4 skirts Waists and nice Handkerchiefs for hr bwisJ MRS WILLIAMS 1j6f E C Cox has disposed of his L grocery store to Mr Isaac Curry who v in e the business 1Sell your HIdes and Furs to Grin tJ t stead He pays highest prices Jones old itahd l A full line ofI1Igsat Leachman Campbells Low prices for Christmas t iMr M H Jones advertises in this j issuethat he wll quit the grocery bus ness and offers his ientire stock of groceries and Christmas goods at cost t A box supper will be liven next Tuesday evening at Fredericktown for p the benefit of the Gatholiq church All are invited to attend t Those hawing claims against the es tate of G W Sparrow deceased will present same properly proven up to my attorney WeD Glaybrooke or the un t dersi ned on or before Jan 1st 1909 JOHN MILBURN Atlmr J All nelsons haying claims against the t Testate of Areta Begley deceased will present same properly Proven to the r uhdersigned orto my attorney W D Cla brooks on or before Jan 1 1909 T R BEGL Y Executor STRAY HOGS About two months a sago eight stray hoys were taken up at 1 iny p4Lce7blackand one redwill frweigh 75 pounds Owner may have I t them bypayingfor their keep and this Js J D NOEL tMackjne Ky Rt 1 t FOR SALE OR RENTL desire to senor rent my farm on tile Texas pike one mile and a half from Springfield 140 acr s good state of cultiyaticn For particulars call upon me or write to me J C WALKER Lebanon Ky Rt 1 All persons paying claims against the estate of Silas Armstrongdeceased- will present same properly proven to the undersignedon or before Jan 2Q 1909 LISAAC ARMSTRONG 1 Administrator I All persons indebted to the estate of Dr JM Burton please call at Peoples Deposit Bankkand settle on or before Jan 1 1909 All persons holding claims against said estate present them properly proven as the estate must be closed up J A iBouLWARE Executor JM Burton deceased All persons haying claim against the estate of Mary E Devme deceased yill presents fme properly proven ito tide dndergigned or to my attorney tit D Claybfooke on or before Jan 1 1909 LEVY BRADY Administrator Christmas tree given by the public school at FreIericktown was largely at tended Monday and the hearts of many little children were made happy by the presents they received The tree was a success in every way and those con nctedwith the management of the affair are to be congratulated The Christmas tree given by the St Josephs School at Fredericktown yes terday eyening was attended by a large crowd The tree was beautifully decorated and upon it were many nice preir ents All who attended were made happy by receiving some token OL by seeing the happiness of the children Judge I H Thurman has sold his residence on Grundy Avenue to Mr Wm Shehah Possession will be given January 1Y Judge Thurman and family uIpiedfarm near Valley Hill The members of the Springfield Bap tist church have the matter of building a new house of worship in this city under advisement It is now almost cer bin that the house will be erected It is to be much larger than the present Quildin1andwi11 be uptodate in every particular The structure will be of brick and twill be modern It will be equippad lii such a manner as to make the work much easier than at present Mr S B wilt take charge of the Walton Hote the 7th of Janu aryMr ompson was formerly the proprietor cjf this hotel and conducted it in a mos satisfactory manner He and Mrs Thompspn are both popular with the traveling public and there are many glad to learn that they will again at their old post The littldson of Mr and Mrs Fred Grigsby was quite severely scalded on the left arraj yesterday about noon The child rah against Mrs Grigsby who was pouring water from a teakettle and the si ater was dashed upon its andthebut it is Ito be hoped the wound will soon resporjd to treatment Auctioneer Si M Campbell reports the sale ofH H Begl yesterday as being very dwell attended in spite of the inclement weather Everything sold well the following sales being qiade bay mare 126 1 bay horse 12750 1 brown m re705Q 1 bay horse 51 1 dry cow 370 1 yearling steer 30 1 yearling teer 25 1 yearling heifer 25 10 shoat 8t5c per pound corn sold at 60c per pound hay sold at 50c per bale 3i nterItmpromises to be an event of much inter est to the hildren There are few people who can manage children like Miss Nunan slje seems to know just how to get into tlieir affection She doesnt accomplish thmgs by means of the rod but she goes foru the little fellows with a great big bouquet ot kindness and it is eldora she has to contend with a disobedient child Her entertain ments are always successes + I The r mains of James H Brussell who wa stabbed by a young man named JJack Robinson in Lebanon Fri day night and who died a few hours after the unfortunate affair were interred in St Dominics cemetery here Saturday afternoon It is said the young then had been quarreling during everingthe above result The wound in Brus sells breast is said to have been slight and we are informed that the physicians say it could hardly have caused death and that death was probably caused by excitement The deceased married Miss Agnes Nally of this coun- tY in 1907 The numerous friends of Rev Wm H Williams will be glad to learn that he has decided to remain with the Bap tist church at this place He was Ie cently offered a charge in Kansas City and while it was one of the largest churches in the W st and offered an whIchI jIW V STALLARD D D b SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH- EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger All Wnrk Done in this office is first andjustEftOver McElroy Shatters Grocery n nnaooQ no nDc nO 01Visitor In and Out of TownAG Ro nd Up of the Weeks DPersonal News tieioirEMr G Lt Haydon who has been seriously ill for several days is improving if M Misses Nellie Simms and Ernestine Knott are at homefroIDazareth to spend ChrIstmas business TMJJohnsonis iii Taylorsville- on is Mr Shelton Jeffries and wife of near thirplace went to Louisville today I Mr Jno I Glayer ooke1of Lexington is at hoiSe to spend Christmas Miss Pearl Claybrooke who is teaching school at Maud is at home to spend the hplidays Misses May Curry and Willie Mc Millan spent Saturday in Louisville Miss Willie Knott spent the first of the week in Louisville Mr George Bachellor of Bloomfield yisited here this week Miss Jennie Price has accepted a pusitiun as cashier with the Robertson Claybrooke Co during the holidays j Miss Mabel Price who has been in Bloomfield for several months returned home Sunday Miss Katie Wakefield of Maud visited Miss Laura Shehan last week Mrs Bessie Riedel has returned from a three weeks visit to relatives In Bloomfield Mrs J S Hayes of Mt Zion vis ited relatives in town Friday and Sat urday Mr and Mrs E D Kelly and Wal ter Goatley and sister of Valley Hilli were guests ot Mrs W F Moran Sun day Miss Blanche Bonta of Maple Hill returned to her homeSunday after a yisit to her sister Mrs S H Bishop MoranandRobertjMcClellan of Hughey Goatley near Valley Hillj Ray Goatiey of Valley Hill yisited Willie Moran Sunday j t Mrs Emma Baker and daughters Misses Sue and Bertha Edgerton of Pleasant Grove visited in town Friday Mr A R Shultz is at Chaplin this week where he has been doing some tinners work Mr Richard Mullican who was stricken with paralyjis last week is some better Mr Edwin Smith of Bloomfield spent Sundalhere Mr Louts Smith and Miss Lizzie Smith of Lawrence Kansas are visiting friends and relatives here Miss Della Smith ot Louisville is spending afew days with her parent Mr and 1rlrsI Smith of near town haveIweeks in Louisville Miss Rodman Thurman who is attending school in Shelbyville is spend ing the holidays with her parents Judge and Mrs 1 H Thurman w Mr T M Estes of Lebanon was in town Saturday Mrs Hugh Noe and children of Columbia arrived last Thursday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs S C Van arsdale Messrs Harry Shultz Parker Med ley Ben F Simms and JC Shader Jr who attend St Marys College are at home to spend Christmas Mr E EBUster has returned HarrodsburgMiss Eunice ONan has returned home after a visit to relatives In Dan wile accqmpanied by Miss Lillian An derson who will be her guest for sev eral days Miss Marie Maloney who is attending school at St Catharines left Sat urday for Louisville to spend the holi days with her parents Mr and Mrs J J Maloney Miss Bertha Haydon has returned from Bardstown where she visited her sister Mrs Tom Spalding Messrs Jno Hale and R Nicholson of Illinois were called to Willis burg by the death of Mr Jno Hutcher son Dr W V Stallard will end tie latter part of the week in Fairfield lJ7Mr and Mrs Coley Smock of Lo retto spent the first of thereek atthi home of Dr S J Messrs Jack McChord andrJohh Shuck McElroy are at home from Gen ter College to spend the holidays i Hon John Wi Lewis has returned t I from a trip to Washmgtpn ntI Dr W F Trusty wire and chit dren will spend Christinaat New Hdpe ttwith Mrs Trusty a mother Mrs Miller k Mr and Mrs S C McGill and Mia a ellie McGill are in t todays4f Mrs J E Ferguson of Atlanta Ga js visiting her parenls Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatley of hear town Mr Nathan Putnam of Lebanon f was in town Sunday 6S t t Mand Mrs A L Jenkins of Cincinnati arrived today to lPrid Christmas with Mrs jenkingS parents JrMr and Mrs G D Duncan fMessrs Charles Putnam Letcner JBrewer and Creel Matson of Lebanon- were here Monday A t Mr Wallace Duncan who le iat s tendingtats University tLxihg t ton wilt arrive Thursday togaPCndtiler holidays with his parents Mr mndHris G D Duncan i Mr and Mrs Dill rd Tapp of Mississippi are visiting llr and Mrs Dudley Tappw V r Miss Sailie Po petl visiting her mother and sifter at this place MIsses Lillian and Harvey yanAri dale of Litseyv yisited their dieter Mrs James Noei friday Mrs J W Kelly Srihasmoved tLj to Springfield to makeher permanent home Mrs Kelly has a large nuiniber of friends here who are delighted that sb4 has become a resident of the town Mrand Mrs John SHrcy a XiqOtraDdburg and Mr and Mrs Geo McBride of Louisville were called here by the illness and death of their father lirr M L Searcy ij J v lifjMn and athoyaiid Ft r little son James arrived home fromt t Philadelphia to spend Christniw tJI relatives and friends We are ndeed glad to report thatMn Merino whoY has been jn Philadelphia under trett ment is improving A large cn rcleofrfriends were made Ilap Urnan hy learned that she would be able to obit home to spend the holidays p + t + t ++ + tf ++ +itlit+++++ t + fM++ z c 55iSSS r IlI AM GOING r TO QUIT BUSINESS f ri t i 1 i 1i Therefore lam now offering my entire Jipe of Christmas Goods and Groceries i i ji1 I at price that will more than satisfy the trade I want to close out every article in the house within the r1 i- o tnexttwo wee kI lt Ij i r a ii In Order to Do This I Will Make Prices That Will Sellthe6qods It 1 This closing out sale will give the people a chance to buy their Christmas Goods a lower prices than i t l ever before A full line ofFresh Candies Nuts and Fruits I Jtj vvV 0 r- i t f C M1s e tbLAlI Kinds of FIRE WORKS V I J iFo iI s itt a4rr ji ti 1jit 1 t jgf 7 1 Headquarters for Pure andFreshGroceries iJj M H JONES Christmas Candies Nuts tioys Fire WofJls Etc iJ t i i + + + iii ++i+ tfJ f + t ft t r J r fr 3i r f5k frC r il rn 7 7 t c o 15 J I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBERz3r9Q8T iJ IftmriJIITANImea of Christmas lsongrcf rlughterpure strong overWiththeOfthe echo ofchildish voices That will not die away J r Oftheblare of the tasseledbus11e And the tuneless clatter andbeat Of he drumthat throbs to muster Squadrons ofscampering feet ButAletyour voice fall fafcter Witha1fiinor tone Youtemperour sondviththerbeauty pity P And sin one verse for the voiceless Mdyeterethesoftbedone t A verse ears not f aida verser the sightless one FQrthoug ifib teforsffiglng r meriy Let a s Ruawrpugh the melody It JAMES WHireoMB RILEYc fit t ati t 3IMISS DUPREES HOLIDAY JOY s1e Recalls One Memorable Christ t rna P rfQrmancelntheCty of New Orleans J HENEVER possible I pre Ser spending Christmas t with my family out on Long Island and unless my I Irfrju Qexgagements take me too tar away I always make it a point to be with them on that day There are times however In this profession when tlje wish must take cond place to necessity and from the viewpoint of actual novelty 1 sup I pose jny most interesting Christmas was the one I in the southland Our routing tOOkJs into New Orleans 1at Christmas and to me who had al i ays up to that times spent the day in t the colder north the novelty of seeing ili f and flowers blooming was F lfpleasngas it was unusual th Chrfstmas afternoon when oth t era were home enjoying the big dinner Vwitfi tie family I was getting ready for a special holiday matinee I was BOt pleased with myself or with a pro felon that demanded of its members tSat they labor on Chdstmas day above all othersand it was not wU- hia particularly light heart that I dressed for my part Bui when the curtain went up on y the first act and I made my entrance the welcome I received compensated f9tJ1 disappointment I felt Jt was a special matinee arranged for the Or children Of the poorest ifitei of New Orleans and the en joymeiit of hose childish auditors tJinmnltedtho disappbimnentotft1 f JQyleat y After the matinee I had arranged ity manager that I would receIve i ihelittie folks on the jstage and the wieiaiiin his knowledge of childish- heaRs sent out a hurry order for candy and other things that make Christmas a day of cheer to kiddles vAt the cojclusion of the last act the t staged waacleared and I held the most 14j unusmal reception that I ever exp rl enc8L Olean u pins but with their 1t1e Updie8 olothejl In many cases in s r 11m ragged and frayed they paine up pn the stage were introduced and- zent away after a handshake each Awilli box of candy t iave spent many other delightful and outpfthe ordmary Christmases on the rowii hilt none that afforded me more Teal satisfaction than the one VJaNw Orleans 4V MINNIE DUPREE VVVVV- MISS GEORGES CHRISTMAS Happy Memory of a Season When She Did NotOne GladVV- Holiday StoryV my happiest Christmas did not thenrealizeit but IIH recall it now with a ra nt glow of delight It upontheday soaring upon the buoyantwings of boundless ambition the next plunged In abysmal depth fdoubt despair and elfdeprecIatIonwas a very tiny rt that had fallen to me The compeitsatjon was but rufficient for the barest necessities The route bristled with all the horrors of the onenight SI ndsVAt midnight huddled miserably worn dejected and wretched in the waitingropmof a country station 1iste11iMcffl vajn for the whistle of a belate trpin confess to a sudden flood of tearsi What a mockery this Christmas da had been Even the chimes had sbunded like the tolling of a funeral knell The cheerless dis VcomfortsVary slatternly served travesty upon at Christnfafc dinner the icold chill of Va shabbY nusty dressing room the added toil of an extra matinee for a mere h qdful of people and now the hungry wait foran accommodation train of dingy day coaches That Wasall Christmas had meant sweptManswerhung useless Iii gathering snowdrifts No message of cheer no souvenir of remembrance had come to any of us Our hollow halfhearted exchange of noconvlctlonvagabonds outside the pale of sym pathy debarrel from the domestic joys of living mere dispirited rain bow chaser With success ever mock ingly elusive ButasI recall it all now I am sub merged by a great wave of passion ate longing regret for I know that such a Yuletide will never come to me again wbir I am upon the Stage It was my happiest ChrIstmas because the flrgVtand only one since I began to tread the thorny and tor tu uspathofffiy profession that I have not beenvcalled upon to write a Christmas stoVGRACE GEORGE T Speak as you think be what you are pay yourv4ebts of all kinds MontfortVlH I VV H VIYOURWIP4TER READiNGIfj I t fp7i f Should be selected now Call upon The Sun and let its h SS1StV YOUVV Of COurse you will include TOE SUNV LOOPRVYEAR i i J 1flfljp VV iSSiSsSOISSSSSsSSStSrSSISsSISSIStSsS-k t + tiV lf A r f Vfr IV VVVVVVVVV Jr W F trusty Practical DcAflstVSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreasonable prices All work guaranteed Office ov0r Haydon Barber Si OL LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Ljife Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable UworldDR M W HYATT iDRi JNO4M SPAULDING OFFICE OVER THE RED CIjlOSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t OFFICE HOURSV DR HYATT j 30to 12 m 4 to 5 p m Dr SPJUJLDING to 4m VWVDr J1C Mudd SPRINGFIELDKENTUCKY OFKicfc OVER o J HAYDONS DRUG STOREIOffice Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 PM L H aVOffice in Opera House Office phoneNo 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMSV- NURSVV TELEPHONES Day149Night 109V 1VCOTTMAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield KyV Wshingthnandand Federal CourtV VaCCMcCIIORDVV ATTYATLAW VSpiingfield Ky Will i ra tlce ill all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE Washingtonand tpealVW E SELECMANV Will ratitice in the courts of Washington- and adjoining count4es and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCANl LAWYER j Springfield Ky BuildingWill Wash theCOurtVS M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield KY specialtyWillable Phone 84 j JOHN Y MAYES VFuneral Director AndVlicensed EmbalmerV SPRINGFIELD 7 KENTUCKY i Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone i ay 19 Night 74 THE SUN ANDBoth pa persTyr aommoner175We-e1cy CourierJournal 150 Weelqlv Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American 150 175WeekySemiWOekly St Louis Republic 175 Globetmocrat 175 Thric4aWeek Nw York World 175 122Amel1canAmerican Farmer 150 BreedrVGzette 225 Counfcry Geman2OGFarm jand Fireside 135 Farm Field arid Fireside 175 RevieV ofKeviewsV 325 285ulPplr s LedgerIMonthly 175 Harps s Magazine ji j 485 Harp g Weekly V435 Sunnv South 6P iVVliVV3VVVVVVVVVV l r I IIh IIc II II r h ny W J I r e- 1r l LOOK l i CAN YOU SEA T THIS tl45 The Cost of 1000 iBsur ani ji 0I- n the usiness Mens Life Insurance Company tJ 4 of Louisville Ky t 7 f t t f i c 1 FVtV t 9T VVJ2I Ij 920I23 925 4 1 1 935- 930 6 949 48I953 9962i U 3q 968 3 976 CALL ON r Business Mens Co i o fil + 1 jY Lee VanArsdale Springfield Kj i 1j J f t 1 ulaII11I1I IIIIRI1IIIRI121IW FORUSE How to Repot Them as Well as Rubber Plants This is the time to repot ferns and rubber plants About two inches increase in the diameter of the pot is required- A compost can be secured from the florist or made at homeVA good garden soil mixed with barn yard or commercial fertilizer is all that Is neededVToo little of the fertilizer is better hantoo much which will burn the rootsBroken bits of crockery must be placed over the hole fnthe bottom of the potVThree inches of dirt is then placed over this and leveled ready for tht plantVIn removing the plant from the old care should be taken that the leaves are not injured To avoid this strike the sides of the pot lightly but firmly witji a trowel Then race the pot on the sideand holding the plant with the left band strike with the trowel A sharp blow on the edge should cause the soil and root to come out to getherVThe ra old Is placed at once In the new pot and given a thorough wetting The new compost fsth nput in around it until the pot is filled It must be remembered that the plant should always be placed an inch deeper in the The dJyatte repotUng the plant should be kept away from the sun How to Wash White Sweaters A girls sweater is her most ImpO- rtant as well as her most useful gar ment It her shirt waists are badly made or shoes shabby that 18a minor consideration but her sweater must be immaculate and up to date Every girl likes to wear nothing but white during the outing season and great Is her disgust when her mother insists upon her having a gray sweat er economys sake in the firm belief that the darker shade keepsclean longer and that all woolen goods are to wash If proper care is taken sweaters can be washed all the time without hurting their shade and color Fill a large bowl or basin with warm water and good sonpsiuls and add a teaspoonful of powdered borax to keep the wool from becoming hard and If the sweater is white put a little bluing In the water every time it is rlrisedi This will prevent it from turn lug a deep Ivory as all white wool materials lire apt to doVAfter washing wring out then pinto a large bed pillow Be sure not to stretch the sweater or 1t wUIloseJts- shape How to Gain Weight A characteristic days menu appropriate for one who is trying to gain weIglttisas4ollowsV5YSV Harpers Bazar At rIsingOne glass of hot milk Breakfast at fruit cereal mith cream4and sugar two soft boiled eggs bread with thick layer ftf bitter Jam of oneyrcuDof choco V5V4 SVX VVVVVVVVVVVV AGE 32 4 985 r ipo6 997 35 1019 36 1033 37 1046 1064 J39 lp83tc j 41V1I2542 1150 43 I I78V FURTHER Life lall VT fi soilV for stiffV VoclkSweet 401VIO late or glass or miik At 11 Milk bread and butter Luncheon at 1 oclock Creamed fish baked potatoes with butter peas pudding made of sago and eggs glass of milk At 4 oclock of milk with egg beaten up in it cakeVDinner at 7 oclock Cream soup tat beefsteak mashed potatoes beans creamed asparagus beet salad French dressing rice puddIngI BedtimeGlass of hot milk raw egg One who wishes to gets fat should drink or milk or both with meals Drinking water is said to make one eat moreVHow to Renovate Artificial Flowers Faded artificial flowers may be renovated by the use of aniline inks which slightly stiffen the petals as well as color them The ink must be diluted with water and the flowers dipped in- as many times as may lo o lul nnd dried after each dipping till the right shade is obtained The ordinary red Ink gives a pretty shrimp pink excellent for renewing faded chrysanthe munis They should be shaken occa sionally when drying to keep the petals soft and fluffy looking Common purple ink maybe used with good effect on violets that have become fadedHow to Freshen Leather Chairs Leather covered chairs and couches when dull and shabbyriooklng may be greatly improved in by Crushing the surface over with the white of an egg Beat up the white until It is a stiff froth and then dip piece of soft old linen into It and rub the leather thoroughly Do not use too much force Any leather articles nay be cleaned and freshened in this manner How to Remove Tree Stumps In the fall bore a hole in the center of the stump about eighteen inches deep and one and a half inches across Put In about two ounces of saltpeter and fill the hole with water Plug up tight In the spring take out plug pour In eight bun petrole um Ignite and the stump will smolder but not blaze to the of the roots leaving but ashesV How to Make Eyebrow Tonic If the yebrows commence to fall out they will need a stimulating lo tion Make some strong sage tea and to half a pint Of the tea odd one ta blespoonful ofalcohol Apply this to the eyebrows with a soft brush once a day taking care to follow the net ural curve of the eyebrow The sage tea will help also to darken VtheuiV Dogs of Portugal The dogs ot PorfugaL are tond of grapes and sticks are 5ely fas to the animals necks toiimpedfc or prevent their entrance the vine yards iu search df the luscious fruit London and Solar Ecttprs Only two total eclipses of the sun have been visible in London dutitfg the lat thousand years It is estImated that the rfext totalr eclipse vislblein London will lie on June 14 2151 1 lVcVV VVV- VtVVV 2 t t r AGE 44 I2I it E 45 I247- 4tJ t 46 r 12 9 4I i 47 I335l Y I48 lI3QO ff 49 455 5o 15324k I 5I i6f a i 52 IrItJ 53 1814 54 1934 55 2068 i l r FOR INFORMATION tl I j Insurance Louisville hltI It c J FERNS thfledge impossible t I rare water appearance eSorsoot extremities 4t i i ooooooooobcooooo Oo ooojIF YOU WANT THE BEST t J ff 7jLOtUrASK YOUR GROCER FOR PrIde of Washintttntr IE4 Sprintf itWt Chtici i f j MFAuDBV t iT jJ W JARBOECO Highest market price pidfr WJIF1Jrt J ooooooooex ocxooooo6oocxxxxii A Dangerous peralionV is the removal of the app na1t by It surgeon No one WhO takes DrKihg New Life PIlIs iS VOVSUbJCtis frightful ordeal They work aoquietty yoU donfc VfefthethVThey curcJ coMtt pation cbe biliousnew aiad iakL rfa 25c at flaydon RoJt frtion drjg store 4VVLimit to Speed of AutosV The authorities of Shanghai ont tit the busiestVtOWUS inOblnaihY passed a bylaw allqwjng picito4iata4o mIt1IiVVS1j OfVVVmiles an hourrbjleV throuck the cityV 0jti EndersVfi J t a FitsV f 11 Convulsions pr Spasniir and St Vitas7 Dance are i Nervous Diseases Mostl cases can be cured7b strengthening and biiJd4V ing up the nervous VTocine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfacM ciired manyt cases of these disease and we believe at will cure YOUVVWe can giveV you names of many who have been cured dV1ceJlfybyspecIalistscontinued to have spells I had al knowlngPIIVfOr sick headache t concluded Vtry the NClVtUV During June JLTO gave him a teaspoonful thret times aday then in July I gave it as dirtofc arid I could see that t was improving and he has nOtibada spell August 28 im and has taken IM VrnedlCine sinCOrJt1I Iatn itInduce 0YIt t krAIl wa awwwrhia hm t rMI f Jt 6tnelhyeu Miles McUc1VCOVElkhtIad ff r T I tl r Jf iil j Jh rfJ THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 231968 Do You WK SMALL FARM wou Can a No 11ile rom orr good pike room dwelling good stock barn iS good dall under good fence One fourtl from one mile from V cQr ice 1 8oQ v t No miles from one half i mile ike 6 room dwelling barn v of locusts good fence all in grassy of water S BD E c I r l Nott 370 acres 6 mile prmg- t field Ky od dwelling tobacco barn plenty of tobacco h lese to church and school Price sr acre o No 41255 acres in Ne unty 3 ood barns good dw 11ine farm iI in grss Price 60 per JfNo 5167acres7 mile fiald some timber cedts good dwelling and and school On good f ike 15 perA acre i 010108 acres 7 from dwelling well tf fine orchard Close to depo on good jiike Price 35 per aqre No 16 196 acres 7 k from Springfield on good DKie seven room 15 acre tobacco barn plenty of and well watered Good stock bsPrice 30 per acre f pike 3J milesf i mile from school andcli good stock barn 60 acres je bottom land 600 rods of ston e Price 2 per acre f No 20 215acres9 siramSpripgfield good dwel two good j an two tob arns two- sable s 75 acres of flnber fine orchard plenty of gras ice 325Q PFacre No 22121 acres files framt pringfield good dwel on a good pike young orchard go ii fine- water Price 15 per a 23 139 acres les from p good of to 6all well i TSTo 25248 acresth dwelling good cellar good we yard fine cistern at barn finestrn all the n grass well wat Less thanJ 3 miles from graded s per No 38180 acres iiles from Springfield on a most of dwelling good stock barn well Plnty of stock vater good welfard Price i 35 peri acre rNa 41220 acres hiles from Smiles tro ancf cistern at house in yard inilk house ats rjn orchard plenty pt small fruifecre tobacco barn stock barn alt buildings plenty of tobacco landjity of grass r Price 45 per acre No 45140 acres Ij from school House in Springfield small dwell ing good stock barn fenced well watered plenty of locisijd plenty of Sgrass Price 30 peri t rNo 4698k acres mules from Springfield on a gobike all the farm tobacco land ii o acco barn good dwelling Well fed Price 3750 per acre No 47 Town prop + f all kinds and prices If you wa town home call and see me I hjaiy thing you want at any price No 5200acrel j miles from I Springfield on a pike good 9 of l Purity all Hme gton d and fine tort bacco land Jti No 98165 acres Jules from Lo j retto 1 mile from from j Spririgfield Ky 7 hi dwelling in repair good b and all tieces ary outhuildin s of tobacco land plenty of wate4enty of grass all under good fenc Price 25 per acre I vNo 9ff46 acres7 a from Spring field on gbbd pike d small house good water fine brch some tobacco an Close to church i kehool pr 15O00O ICI HtiHi JAT CHESS ZZZZ Cheaper House xoi6Oac Springfield schooland 10249a SBringfield smallstock Price1200 1 Real barnsC1oserch Jxfromft creIrassgoodsiin banennew- graemltWellinggood neyeriailinHng tabaccotJt1rn Price7aIIcre Igo LOOK 4ZtIZ3 Build 11The Ejte Bargains iPgfieldsmanawftwa No 63180 acres 5 roam dwelling 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber plentfPrice 50 per acre Na65170acres 5 miles from gaodfencebarn witl metal roofJnew gdod gran ary some bottom land plenty of grass water Price 4250 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwell tobaccobarnall out buildings 20 acres of fine bot tom land 75 acre s of fine tobacco land Price 35 per acre j No 68180 acres 8 room brickdwell ing in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Pri e 60 per acre Na697150acres man house fine river of timber and fine tobacco land Priiie 50 per acre No 70i44 J aereslgoed dwelling 8 acre tobacco cres of fine bet uplandforacre dweuioginwatered plenty of gi ass good fence plenty of tobacco land on good pike 6 miles from Sprmgtie d 7 miles from Lebanon Price 33 per acre No 74d25 acres 4t miles frmSpringfield on good pike 1 mile frOm roqmqwellingwater plenty or locust posts fine orchard good fence Price 25 per acre Na15277 acres Jmile froth Springfield on pike J15 acre tobacco barn good stock bin srall house plenty of grass and water Pri e 15000 i No 81160 acres 5 miles from Leb anon 5 miles from Springfield pan good pike 9 room dwelling iigood repair good tenant house 3 stock barns of grass all necessary out build goodfenceNo83rl67J acres 7 miles from Springfield 1 mile from good road 3 ropnu dwelling in good repair 4 acre tobacco 75 acres of good grass 25 acres of good tobacco land good tence and plenty of water Price2000- Noi 8690 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good road 6 room dwell ing m good repair 6 acre tobacco barn new stock barn buggy house 2 good wells rood spring plenty of posts Price 35 per acre No 90270 acres 9 room brick dwell weJ1fencedof first bottom rest second bottom one of the best tobacco farms in the county plenty of grass all the farm ready for the plow Close to school and church Price 50 per acre No 92130 acres 6 miles from Spiingfield on good pike J mile from s heel and church in Pleasant Grove neighborhood 8 room dwelling 16 acre tobaccd barn 2 good stock barns fine young drchard tenant house all of farm under good fence Price 70 per acre NO 94 House and lot in Fenwick cheap yN6 96136 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwell vin s acre tobacco barn good stock ban fall the farm under good fence g4d tobacco land well watered plenty ofgrass Pnce 35 per acre NO i9133acres 8 mil s from Springfield 5 room dwellings acre tc good meat hbuse milk house finer orchard of 100 andfepotdweUing4rsome timber all in grass well water ed plenty of fruit i mile from church 1 mile from school Price 45 per acre e1I D11THE REAL ESTATE MAN SPR1N 1KLD iCENTUGkY ig DAMES AND DAUGHTERS Mrs cr Quigley of Dayton Me seenIa car Mrs C H Harvey of Augusta Me ils the possessor of two old Tippeca jioe and Tyler Too campaign buttons Forty minutes after she had ob tamed a position as stenographer with k grocery firm in St Louis Miss LouIse markied1 Miss Mary IB Cheek of Toboso O 4s the only regularly appointed woman Shellastears suttraglstwasa day beyond her companions for cutting Vote For Women on the wall if her cell Miss Lou E Bacon has been put in Charge of the home fqr working girls which has been opened at 239 East citythIsworth league of the New York east District i Mrs Kirkwood widow of Iowas war governor Samuel J Kirkwood tas donated to the Iowa State Histor entireIbrnry Church Work There are in Maine 1004 Sunday sjchools 10792 officers and teachers scholars and 6472 entered in rollmellti been Va Sun The womans Baptist Foreign MIs s onary Association of Long Island has a cradle roll that amounts to something for the wee mites gave nearly 340 last year to foreign mis sions The course of work which the ndrrlissianirig homes In London is free in every detail ever board and lodging being IncludedThe Sporting World Torn Jenkins want to return to the wrestling game f Longboat the Canadian Indian runner is exceptionally strong at putting the shot First Baseman Jiggs Donohue of the Chicago Americans Is piesident of the Drexel Bowling league of Chi cago jBob Forbes Yales great end two ypars ago who coached West Point last fall IF ndw head coach at the University of Oregon jpennie Browns crack eft end tore tWo fthe ligaments 111one of his knees recently and is probably out of tlU game for the rest of his life German Gleanings There are over 19000000 depositors 19 the savings banks of Germany The German city of Crefeld had an output in silk and plushes last year amounting to 21500000 t The entire capital invested by German municipalities in plants for pub utilities is now estimated at nearly IIi OOO OOOOOO nthe year 1871 there were 40 997000 people counted In Germany so- that now the population since the foutfding of the present empiresho ai increase of 22000000 or more than 53 per dent The population of the te ritoJ1 now embraced in the Ocr man empire Imsdoubled since 1838 1 iCienceSiftings The enough1 to affect a thermometer and make a dif ference at20r 3 degrees The human eye can discern an ob jet as sjRiall as one six hundred and toventyflveT thousandth of an inch in difmeter Jalvonometers iow are made so deli cate that they register the current produced by the pressure of a humar finger 011 ft globule 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f for Agents TUE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS By William Jennings Bryan 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Superb Engravings from taken by Col Bryan Recounting his trip around and kts to nations Grehtott3ook of travel written Most successful of F04rMONTHSTheritory Agents Outfit AGENTS fifty cenfe to andhandlingAddres THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING ST Louis AMIP1ITTNEM atilT UIit makes difference how er small the job be Call at thin office look df letter heads business cards and wed dine Btatloneryi Rwull l e pleased work and prices will suit But Wirk Mst Reisnalli Prim k1kVA1L 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE r TRADE MARKS DESIGNS CopYrnoHTs C AnyoSS HMfn a and deorIptIoa iiiay- qulcklv our optnton free et lLYSTItlO 1aprohably patentabl9 on aent Ideit Jtentae Patee taken through Wunn corelII 9 wIthout the denlific handomelyillustrated weekly Laraset of louruaL Teriis 3 toUr months liT New rack Wise a All theldeaths so9ial1filIcomings of the peo pIeyour neighbors nottt of the churches alithtti randmany other new andintereiianf paper Wi1l1ll tile Time ft ilveyouv I Use r DriveAwaythe Order Wolf can drive him out if you use tie mail order houses own advertising concerns are spending thousands of dollars every week in order to trade from the home merchants Do think for a minute they would up if they didnt get ness takeitrfor granted that every within radius of 25 mires V knows you have to L 8 I sellandwh are Nine times out ten tllowe but the by iof the mail seEver tell in Httr1 1 when to reach the tuse the paper rI means kind of ire iL N- t Statione is your silent II sell fine goods that ani np todate In style and of sap rfbr quality Li bf rtflcotoilU in printing produce kind that you need and ashamed to have rapresit you That is the only lt pays out Sand rouriHi ders to this office rrt ri lt the Louisville Times ift the Jivest afternoon pUblish the nevvs fFJ1qp up the more The regular 51f4 price The tejSUN and The only v JJ tift If you will order to to TKe Times t 1fjA Moneymaker 251 photographs the world visits all ever seller this and OUTFIT FREE Sond CO Mo We PrintSaleBiUs 110 Jrge may aid oyer our samples envelopes with our ATENTS aketth certain communlctt- Ion5ftrb7eOflHdet1tIa1 chargeln Rmerican- A nir- ciIatlon year fL nwsdealers- MUNN York1 J8tWuJalJlfltQDD happensin tL Matt Maitprdr get it the X what Your repreMritatiV you ought jib your Wt tki will feel to send IlIIIllilri1 to can this lII1rnmunummutn1iuJnmnHJnIllHIII1UllmIlIliIllllltJnlllnpll I IL and N Railroad Time Table 1WJ g t rr i f i onlyk Daily= TraiflsS2TIncoming 91 a 43 N641to I 1 I J Arrives at Springfield 825 m 1230 m 705 p m 1 Ii Arrives at Bardstown 730 u 11J i m 606 lArrives at Bardstown Junctn 645II 925 522 I Leaves Louisville 600u 820u 430 Jj 1 = Jt 1 Outgoing Trains tNa 42 Sooy Na 90 only No Dily I I Ef1 L I Leaves Springfield 550 a m 7 15 a in FO0 p rn t = Leaves Bardstown637 800H 220ta Leaves Bardstown Juncth 720II 845u 410 P m fIArrivesatLouisvil1e 810935 545piny U A t IlnllrmrnlumUIIJ OiIUIIIIIIDamllIftmunmUIIII ritltJndlllllllillllllllIB r t2 tHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY 1- TRANSFEiR f MONEY i dt i1 l tJrL TELEPHONE lc1 r fI FOR JOitES AWIT Tl LOCAL 1HAiElt CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGIAPICIUL rINCORPORATKn J t f aq t J yHE BEST BUfNESCHOOJ w OM ElRTIj t The beat school on earth is the one that gives the beat course 1 aiJfe t time and smallest expense and prepares the young people for ta b ttJ y CLARKS SCHOOL OF BU INESS v e I complete course l 1 and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping i iwi places all graduates in good positions having niaiiy more cllrtlttBi School is lnScssioH til the Year laviduifaatrac1loa sad Enrelt lftofafam1f 4l Get full particulars fromrthe tditpitof this pap4 Ray ijvIU W Zi or write direct to the school 1085 Fourth Avue jLf ynri IJw 1 0 fe i I I f j 4ttI J q THIE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESDAY DECEMBER 23 ji 1908L y t7i t Great s 0 LWe are OVERSTOCKED in LadiesMisses and Childrens Cjlpalis Mens Boys arid Childrens Suits and Overcoats Int order to reduce our stocK we will maKe Special Prices on each and Every Garment in these linesT b Y j j v rt t ir tJi ft t et j t n 3r have a large stock ofHandso1eHand Silk Ladies Fancy Ne wear Table si Lap Etc t i will be on Wedne day and Thursday of tCun 1 CO t 4l Official Vote r JJ Nw York Dec 1The total popu Ikriyote of the various presidential can didates at the fist national electron has teen made known in an official form The tctals show the cast Taft Republican 7637676 Bryan Democrat 6393182 1 Debs Socialist 447651 jChafin Prohibitionist 241252 l Hisgerij Independency 83186 Watson Populist 33871 Gilhaus Socialist Labor 15421 Total for all candidates 14852239 This rand total exceeds by 1361531 vthe total number of votes cast in the presidential election of 1904 when the grand total was 13510708 Compared with that election thee candidates of the Republican Democrats and Social jai parties increased their vote this yat TheTeverse is true of the can k I dates Socialist of the Prohibition Popu1istaqd1 dick ot figure in the presi 1f t iAr1N Jt fljt deuual election of four years agog The bfggcjst difference in a party vote is shown In an increase for Bryan of iniIcratic candidate Taft polled 14190 votes moree than Yer polled f rPresi1- dent Roosevelt in 1904 and Debs ran 45368 ahead of hfy predecessor on the Socialist ticket Tafts plurality over Bryan is The los is shown by the Populists who with the same candi date registered 83312 votes less this year than in 1904 when their total was 117135 The Prohjbitionist candidate 19041marKabout bO per entf the vote given to Corrigar which wY312r19 in thapre vious presidential year j Public ales Lebanon Enterprise The sale of M C Graham Wednes Jay was largely at tended wereeeryf 1rfi eI t I ji Cloakstl ijWe mens Cloaks worth 2000 7400 We 400fW mens Cloaks worth 1 250 75WWo 500jMisses Cloaks worth 750 5OO Misses Cloaks worth 650 f 4 75 350IYi Suitsl Mens r Suits worth 2500forBMens Suits worth 22501 for if 1750 Mens Suits worth 15OO forfV O GO Mens Suits worth 1OOO forr 7mSO 4tfBoysj r Boys Sujts worth 1OOO for 7 00 Bpyjs Suits worth 800 for u OOO Mens and Boys Overcoats at correspondingly low prices We Bags Mufflers k1 Umbrellas RobesLu c L r This Store open Monday Tuesday Nights next week F nghamJuncanKentucky r y t r followingyote J j r r a uaoorparties encparty v Fi k J 1244494 heaviest s v l 00 satisfactory Among the sales made were the following 110 year old mare 1 4Year old hOrse 131110 year 1191mare S85 1 aged mare 40 1 4year mule 1601 cow 401 cow 211 cow 4050 1 cow 29 1 bull 471 steer 40 4 yearling steers 3450 per head 1 sow and six pigs 1650 1 sow and six pigs 15 501 extra Shorthcrn calf 3975 1 wagon 24 1 buggy 30 1 disc harrow 2Q A number of other f implements were sold and brought good prices The sale was criedby Auctioneer H M Brussell vOne of the largest crowds thatha3 attended a public sale this fall was present at the sale of C B Cambron Tuesday and bidding was spirited Brood mares geldings and mules brought from X58 to 140 while medium grade milk cows sold for 1750 to 40 each A bunch of plain sheep brought 315 per head A bidbf377 for a jennet and colt was rejected and a bid IK 4 250 for a jack colt was refuse u A t excellent lunch was served at noon l t A t the Milburn Matting public sale last Thursday there was a large crowd and practically everything sold well An aged brood mare brought 171 7year old brood mare 150 1 2year Ol IL filly 1171 shorthorn cow and calf 6 Corn hay farming implements and household and kitchen furniture brought good prices Phil Thompson did the selling at both the Mattingly and Cam hron sales with his usual neatness dispatch anI This Is Worth Reading Leo F Zelihski of 68 Gibson St Buffalo N YVsays 01 cured the most annoying cold sore lever had with JBucklens Arnica Salve I applied thi salve once a day for two days when goneHeals e at Haydon Robartspns drugstore 25c r h ilJll IIILIIinmgIIJII1IJDutjilluIIH The SUN1L lllIII1l I1IIUI W I r Died In Louisville Mr Jno Hutcherson died in Louis ville Sunday evening of kidney trouble and his remains were brought to this place Monoaynight and taken to Wil lisburg for burial Mr Hutcherson 1 formerly lived in this county out for five vears hadmade his home in Louis- Ville He was well known in the Willis burg section where he had many fi lends who mourn his death Deceased w s about fiftyfive years old He was twice married his second marriage be ing 10 Mrs CHtherine Hale a well known and loved woman of Willisburgy ho preceded him to the grave two ears ago heunextedscondolence- o his son and other relativestSpareThe Christmas Tree- Elizabethtown News Mr Arthur S McArthur In an address recently urged that the Christmas tree should be abolished Abolish thin Christmas tree Not while the houses hold troops of mercy children that look forward with eager eyes to the little tree in the parlor that with its hundred lights and gifts looks like a bit of fairylanjd Not while the oldest of us feel the thrill of the merry season and can almost hear thee stamping of the reindeers and the jin gle of the sleighbells Abolish the Christmas tree Not while it lights up the happy home with its glowing tapers not so long as it is the sign and symbol of the season of good cheer and merriment not so long as bright faced children stand around it with glowing faces radiant with the happjnessit brings Abolish the Christmas tree You might as well stop the sleigh unhar ness the reindeers confiscate thg toys shave off Santa Claus beard and sen him back home to lead the lonely life of a crusty old bachelor Parson spare that tree it would be well to pause be fore you fight the million friends o Mr Santa Clau- sRemember The Carrier Elizabethtown News The rural route carrier makes the following request Winter is now here and the carrier is wrapped in his blanket and mittens trying to keep warm When he suddenly cornea up to a box with a letter or post card lying on the bottom with two or manInot and has to pull ofF gloves for them We carriers would do any thing in ourpbwer for the patrons and now we wanfesto ask you to please pur chase stamps or better yet buy a bunch of stamped envelopes that is the cheapest and best way In the long run Then put your mail there we can get it without taking off our gloves or getting up off our seat Some of your boxes are too high and some are too low four feet is about right And the ground should be level or the side npxt to the box a little the lowest so when it is groundthe t reach the box If you are one of these put yourself in the carriers place and see how quick you change matters Cleaning OilV Hair In washing an ollyscnlJl special treat mentis necessary if the abnormal con ditiQn of the glands that causes the exi cess of oil Is to be checked Before beginning the shampoo rub Into the scalp to absorb the oil a mixture made of one ounce of sort water and one t raw egg beaten together Then wash the scalp with clear warm water Another excellent cleanser for oily j hair Is made from qulllia lark To one half pint of boiling water add onehalft ounce of quillia bark that may be bought at any druggists Let thi stand but not on the stove until r Shake at Intervals Strain and use soap foIEqual parts of green soap and logne make an excellent shampoo a scalp with distended eI uJIs The twenty1touragents should be selectedby a woman who is afflicted with oily bali and it Ir worth while repeating that under 110 condition should shampooing be done oftener than once In three weeks and once a month is apt to give more bene 1AIng oily scalps Is the useof torUs that contractprecisely the rame effect that top dry lug applications cause t An excellent tonic to be pit on ery night in connect t with macuigu or the guile Is made of two drams each of spirits of rosemary spirits ui a u and ulcoJiftlc tincture of canUiavK es lone dram of bicarbonate of soda one of oil of mace seven drops hot oils of nutmeg and cinnamon akd balk an ounce each 0f violet ammo Aft and cologne Into tho cologne put tie three oils and dissol1e the soda In the first two spirits Mix the two tomt nations and adds the tincture and aw ioula last If tlu total quantity ions not makek flv4 ounces add cologiuvintil that measurd Is complete Should here be any soreness of the scifp thl cannot be us4 as the ammonia will cau Ya smarting its place Inayle applied a tonic IDia1c of onioitiir of r nee vOtV ulcohdlic incrurc of antUuriJciv threequarters martand oncv imd onerliaf t ouncesotrose Water v l F ru V t yI iJ ktis f t t t J t f a tt a r r r-r f cess 1 He pau set a child one day leHeAndcourage for a whileV 1arilorofhateand cauayer to regard oerburdened steed rtA vine t iad planted bore A rosat each gust 5 iOne 4Jirl t 7 r f He cau riser to fO e iJ te c vainHeHope to give him strenijUi- v 1 ag He nevei ere armies fought j iZ He die and penniless And the e foolish men who Tl1ait achieved success r r v S EKiserv irthe of a Smile Jj t Kentuc e Journal When sn f melt Lds editing the Louis ll t Times ant ing his darts of bright I n San9 t friend as well as fdf t r the writoMflt got into oversy with him which Jmaxthat Was the most eventom tIered mar knew always Mad This cruelrks has weighed tipoti I us for 1many Years but the cloud wafi yesterday oy one ot the handsyoung ladies in Fratf framedy r Motto Owith these lbeutiiil lines on den ecauve she saidW was applilto us who are alwaysa smiling a humored Now what do you thithat We th nksbia judge J mefi Ixjgan a mean f dryThe thin iea the farthest t rfa ToVardsfe life worth while ryThat costs kst and does tti mo t I fSThe mile bbles from a heart That lovtellpwrneh 71Will drive he of gloom And coax in agaim r 1 Its fullof land gooone too f fJ fItsworthAnt does t a cent lfJr rSUISCK FREE i WD Cle has for sate a tot Springfield9 WP M Springfield asfor tSale fullbl Berkshire bogs at prices to surhaser also one Here ford ull reed r f Mrs Ed Springfield Stare Route has sale e bred M Bi turkeys Tp hens 2 t 1 rthorougnbrehens 150 Mrs Roo Jigor I Rt 3 Lebanon t Ky has tl h bred chickens for sale Ssi Island Rederp ulIetai5 e 50c each 2 jls 76C each B P Rocks pulled cockerels each These prices fOr one monf Mrs Sam RtJl has orsal12 Indian Rut lucks I have ant of pure M Bet keys fur saVill toms for 3hens 2 Th hung turkeys would be pleased to sir order at once a I want to Ret them not later tham a Xmas Miss a Mclhtfre RF Di 5 phon899D Mrs Jno cElro has foriakr BachAlsonone betters 150 gobblers 2Q h tMrs J R Rt3i lsU for sale thorbred Botirbon Reds Toms 3 henj Womemclined Jf 1 T tstipation s Great Cue Shpiei Take Not t UW Yfoilliirlicf Women owls their peculiar fuse= tlons are taoreieee liable to oonati patlon and man them owe their con tinned ill healt the pill habit Atwell known fphjn lays the majority of cases of foulatti bad complaxloa disordered ito sick headache aaayremale weaKneficonaUpation aad the constant use client cathartics to OYcrcome 1C We bellevfe wolwlilllliClad to leasof asatereu bowel and atomaoli remedy that is take and that the first feW dOWJllcer produce natural daily moiants without pain oc perinanent cured cases of sera standing and yet so mild and thousand of TOoth JennieGresham J Ifr almost ideaVlth Uyer awi itrietion andLidwells Syrup Pep p1vo me q reliefV slats M BerKnan9jot Mt Marys Acadwny tuMDr r as a gentle laxa and stomach teak Mrs Myrtle Mat Chicago says Hy1 daughter was tr ed since birth WI constipation and headaehe Dr i Cald ells Syrup sin cured her W M Powers if Philadelphia Olskrxsays It is the t remedy for eeaati pation and atom trouble I have arr c4 edY MraFRi Brown JIMkigtoiu pkla sa s It her prompt relBrf from oonatipationli torpid UvertJI t tTwentythreewith stomach tree Three years x I had heroine s ealr T couM httr4IIt W Ik I took Dr W ella Syrup Pea t nd today win as i as everf Dr ggi ta bottlet p1e to iny one who lies u rttah wilt give t a fair trial Adw pin syrup Cris l Caldwell Jdg tsoallarfl or 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