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T7I i i l fr k V7 Id t vrinRth t nit i t att i l t t i J t f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS 40F WASHINGTON COUNTY j E a 4 Y hh ijrijSJtv = rIJL ff t I t 4itt r t1I VOLUME V 4 SPiUIQtIELDKYJWEDESDIY JANUARY S 1909 NNUU i i t f 4ii h SCAIEEVERSCUSSED k Iiiy fMW Hyatt Washfngftijntys Health Officer Rules r For Governing the DisVaIuable Suggestions t K jto Parentsl Teachers l iV J f f rusi Aiw HELP SO SAVtIJEiQr LITTLE CHILDREN t thjwant okrscarlet lever in awl around Springfi e 1 ihat the diseasei still prevalent ou1ei t ettappeal is J eyerye physician iii town inuuLr vjincl rto every nian sfiid woman to 10 Operate with heJB l if tthiihoritx in theTr effort3 to f 1 stamp out scarlett v rand all contj ious diseases that may appear am ng IT afc Without the tarneftan in telliger operation of pkysieians nnd thepLips J V lie the efforts ofthe health a ealmostuselet1or ac any rate theIr 1 effectiveness is Jrery much lessenec f hence tbeabsolue necessity of coop I rration 1 isstdie mainly tot u things First c vile nt eases re allowed to get J thefiIof eates dinr t9 other JiI then ioi weeks afterfapparent Tee ov Iimperfectt disInfect fre worse than uselesk givingrise Ion1y toa false and mi1ht1ing senselof Iecurity and this applies especially tp fcar1et fever its the poison surpas ss- iJ1 t1ra u n1ptiv in 7its tenacious attachment to clothing L1Iandother objects even for years The is from the State Boardof tHeallh ue31INo person shall be admitted into any school public or prp vat0 who may recently have been affected with smallpox scarlet fey r hfmales or other contagions or infec tiqus diseases dangerous to the public healChnot anY Of the diseases name tntlli twentyone days after complete recovery and wi thoufc first presenting certificate signed by a legally regis I tered physician that all danger of com municating such disease to others isj passejL Heads of families will usu ally dp what the physicians think best lienceit is expected of every physician to see that vthe fore going xule is strict ly obeyed Second there havebeen mild unsus pec ed cases attending school Th v 1 cases perhaps have been unrecogrx dfp either Toy parents or tekchers and per P6 not seen by a physician By be vfe in aily conjtact with other children it is not to be wondered at that the r iseasejis still spreading To meet this t tioublenotices have keen issued by the Board of Health of Washington county and rhaye been sent tevery parent and t guardian to keep all children at home while suffering from sore throatuntil a physician shall certlfyin writing to theii Board pf Health that such sore throat is Dotconta ioui achers 7differenttrict are also notified to send home im mediat an and al 1OhaveI other manifestation 5 j 7Countyhavefuli a1iorty underlhe enfbrcia tt e rules e S of Ahos ifiliere be such who is a matte af little or no im ihd Who ehihk this effort on IFIealth ofJheheaitjf authorities is a of ppntkni uus cpmousttpn safthat W are thoroughly abit ittr and any v oI Vway tofltbis notice or ndw or hereafter will be Teported iicnowri tome to the County of Attorney wse duty it is tp prosecute such casesf and who with all the fro t a t i5T F ti 1 lpt pg ni Lid tor rK rf 4 fjlr 1 J i t f iA i iJ tii 3 with this movement The ounJ ards of health are authorized and- o Power tp enforce the rules and jlsitio s adoptedby the State Board althand any person who shall fail use after written notice from the oard to observe or obey the writ In1quests shall be fined not less than jr more an- tlQ for each day he or neglects v physician or head of family kll fail or refuse to report to the bard bf Health cases of cholera W yellow fever scarlet fever pa and other epidemic diseases fled not less than five dollars 4 day lie1 neglects or refuses to1 bard of Health has had printed 0 notices also one of which f time on will b sent to every Wholput10 ectipus disease Such quar ahtlicet when necessary will be- hil fel process of law 4iess cannot fee prevented with Pr4iowledge but the domestic pest those most dangerous to d young people can and as he1of the county I will do even my power to prevent the presuch jgeases and win do my duty ee jt without fearpr favpr No don win be maJe in enforcing thes and regulations The Pub lieS tIding has been thoroughly fumii ndividuai and public notices have shed and everything possi ble is being done to get rid of- Scarlctr which so far fortunately hamild form but which m Ya fatal form a b any time MW HYATT ftttlkev of Washington county TOlpCO SALES About Pounds Sold Last fj f toO at Good WhiletlJaof tobacco at the loose leaf marln last S was not as targeae of the all Previou1SnJe5was more ected dth fhe dred thou of tobacco was sold and tijcegrealjzed Were satis bemg1744ThGrundy tock The sales are as follows 1 0 b CpiiyjN 360 poundsf ii 18c 6t5 pounds1 20Sc 500 pou LVii ilSQ L1 WlLLETT 640r i vii18fc550 pounds d i 8 c 875 s d I84c 685 pounds ft 17Ac 16c00ppunlispcds Cd18cAM1UN 1OWLER 860 pods jj18oO pounds a 18 19cIOciufldS 18Ie9DGRUND GOMSITOGK 9OPOnds L l9c935 po lc 685 PQU l c 670 pOP dSiJ iOc120 poun 19c fo m2n ft Mr P pWachett and MfssJe placelasJGaprennMr and Mrs m L McClellan and attractive TheVoom isason of W W near town holds n Hatcheif hardware e of Mr J ptt1lt place t1 0 4 4l 1 When skieyare cold with wintry stars and hills r Arc white with yesterevens snow and lie Il a In ghosUy state beneath the ghostly sky e t When a gusty blast the darkness fills With ever lonely homeless sound and chills The windowpanes with frost when crackling fly 2The sparks about the hearth and glow and die i While in the pause his note the cricket trills V Oh then how dear is homel and what a sense Of ruddy Warmth and peace beguiles the mind And what a charm In listening while the wjnd if 1 Blows fierce outside through winters starry tents And dies away around the wIndowpane And ever rises loud and dies again 4 Ernest Waburtbn ShUrtleftV af C j i Visits With Uncleby I T t BY BYRON WILLIAMS IRIjIIIIIMLove T LOVe does not stop to argue why IbVe only dares itodo or die When all the world has turned away Love dares to name the happy day Love does not sell Itself for gold True love la never bougItn r sold We scoff at blood anti mime and kin When Love the King has ehteredlnl What lover tears to beard the foe What loved e hesitates at woe What wom nralr or courtier true Shall pauso to contemplate the rue Ppes blushjng maid or stalwart pray Stand waiting what the people say Love relgrfs as Ruler ot theVorhl When once his banner la unfurled Ah who shall question Love I say Arid who ye acers shall say lilm nay Go bark thy words unto the moon NYhen Love goes walking forth in June Go hide thy heads and spare thy words Love speaks the music of the birds Ah Love sweet Love let kings bow downjI yield to theo the monarchs crown Where eer thou art all else Is weak Ibjd tlHe Ruler speak oh cpcalcJ Oh the gift I crave VIIll ten4mc master to brave But tou me with thy magic grate indput4b glory in my face o sp aore afraid tvThe magic gift to win a maid oooOn the Way Sometimes you wonder how somp heopld can have brain fever a r Of course It may have been 96 in the shade last summer but if It was I am sure J was one of the ones whd did not kick 1 t etieDo om to please men asks a feminlhe wr erNoton your life Theyidress to Iqok as good as the next woban darn her ifr The ieraglf Mlslness man who has th pre9nt business pace for 20 tf i J or 30 years dosht look upon death with any great amount of fear and tumbling tr k Ttl A Texas ppetWays he is waiting in the garden for her That may beau right in Texas bit if anybody waits in my garden right now they will jet ashes thrown on them J flr ir tr An Iowa newspaper tells of a real dnt of that town finding fire caused br spontaneous combustion in his basement That fellow should rent himself out as a gas stove ft Speaking of frenzle finance did your wife ever make up her mind that she wanted a babygrand piano for Christmas I am trying to compro mise by getting some one to leave a grand baby on the doorstep ft Another pot is wltlng for her where the crickets chirp and call Thats alt right my boy but you want to be careful and pick outi one that will Wit for you when the Cricks get Into your back and the rheunaatisiji is playing the Daughters of the Revolu tion all over your aching anatomy Whats the use of spending monoy going to the vaudeville when all you have to do is to spend five cents for a streetcar ride and wat h the girls with the big hats trying to get on and off the cars A fellow who could hire a bunch of these ladies buy a Southport aenuc car and take the whole business on a tour of the coun try districts could mak his fortune by next seeding time 000No Walking one misty night through a street Ina Scotland village a minister fell ton deep hole There was no lad der by which he could make his escape and he began to shout for help A la borer passing by heard his cries and looking down naked vho he was Tho minister told him whereupon the labor er remarked Wcel weel ye needna l lak up sic a noise Youll no be needed afore Sawbath an this Is only Wednes day night 000Train ncr uarn Ertt Train up a iflrl in the way sho should o and when she rOW8 up she will not onlY Jerk symphonies out of the kitcher st6ve but she will lay aside the taU feathers of the turkey Thanksgiving save the wire from the baled hay buy 19 cents worth of ribbon and construct a bonnet that will make a fortydollar monstrosity look like 30 cents Houston Post Death of Good WOman iJ Mrs M A Hennessy widow of Da yid Hennessy died at the home of jMr AB Walker Tuesday morning January 5 of asthma aged aoput seventy five years Mrs Hennessy was a mem ber of the Presbyterian church and was an excellent Christian woman Funer Jal services were onducted by Rev Lawson Deceased is survived by a t number of relatives and many friends who mouin her death vv A ttr 2 1 x I j L a gV STRIDES OF ADVANCEMEN Made By First National Bank During Past Bix Sf Months Are Phe nominaL l otPince the First National Bank was established in 1871 has it made such a strong statement as that print edin thisissue of The Sun We invIte the attention of our readers to the statement and every one who reads it will no doubt feel that congratulations are due the management of this old and reliable riclal institution The mam moth business done during the past six months is pKenominal After adding a substantial sum to Its surplus and pay ing allexpenses for the past six months the First National has left 337241 ot undivided profits Thestrides of advancement made bj the First National Bank during the past few years have been due largely to the efforts put fqrth by Mr AJCX McElrpy the Cashier He accommodating and is always glad to extend favors to the public when such favors are cobI sistent with safe banking The statement just issued by tttis bank draws its officers stockholders and friends closer to it They art prouder now of the jnstitution than ever before andthey have a right tp be NEW CHURCH Baptists of Springfield to Build p New House of Worship The members of the Springfiqld Baptist church have purchased the residence and lot of Mr C IL Mclntire on High street and in the early spring wIll erect a handsome louseof worship upon the lot It is a very desirable lo cation for a church being in the central part of the town As previously stated through these ccolumns the building will be modern in ery respect It will be a credit to town as well as to the Baptist iethe pIe The structure will be erected after the fashion of church buildings in large cities having Sunday school and pra er meeting rooms It will also jiive a kit chen and dining room and will be quipped in such a way as to sfrtipHfy church work STRONG STATEMENT rarmcrs Bdnk of Mackville Jsr sues Another Strong t Statement w Stii411 The statement of the Farmers Bank of Mackville pubHshed in this issue of- The Sun shows that ins tution tp tie in a thriving condition The su1f Sof this bank since estabj shedin 1Q2 ha been marvelous Each of its Mate ments have shown increases in ueii ness and a steady strong grbyithV The San congratulates Messrs JCNjB Peter President Elyin Birch Vice President JJ M Smith Cashifcran others who have been insirumerital m making it one pf the countys best iti1 ttitutipns The Fatm Bank is not only a credit to tMau wIJleJutJt iWa iredit to the county and to the State A Cure for MiservtI tt Clhave found a cure for themisery malaria poison produces sis KM- James of ttOueUeripS C hIts called Electric Bitters tird cpmes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chillsor a bilious attack i1ahnptl1o time and ltpUt yellow J i n ozr of Com rni 3 oO This great topic mwfflcuiu and blood puritier giye quiefcrleJiefiii all stomach Jiy r and kidney corn plants and the misery pf lam Sold under guarantee at Haydoh ioberisohs drugstore I h J f Monday Cyemngs fire i I The ringing of the ftre bsllo tlay evening causs quite a litii fcitement among th ottIHn4i of ItIItj town but upon InV tIattlilearned to be nothing ifWw otiitJ fire practlcelJncl Bys Woskly Tribune t t f EMIANNUALI STATEMENT i 4Sj 1 Peoples Deposit Bank Sho t 4 Big Increase In Business i1lc PastSixM oik Pttr We direct the ztteatioa pf c iiM f ers to the statement fib p li fDeposit Bank printdtM4ueoC t The Sun It is a tateriEg that tbEH officials and fnend Qft iiiM fr haye a right ix prood of v J A little more tbanninetn jearajr vv the Peoples litBa opiid jp business n Springfield with the mcdjki t capital of 50 096 and iince dMtitt PJit has continued to CroW Kri lNNtil iriK fff ill today it is one fthlfatroi 1 4 nancial iMtitiitTonsiin the State Iftflrl early life it met with aorat ob feM lbut these qbstaclffr only gowMd fKo h interested in tke Qcctikvo f the baaEr tp more determined NidYJia t little while its friends ret t see Mthe cloud a jft Bd tJif fttpa t calmed and a fopd treigibi t iwhite fiutterinjsaile1 khrafofc the placid seas n V T From the beginning the PopI vl posit Bank has paidrsimlaonmal 3Nf4 I dendaand for the past Hf Kti J asp id Id percent t it lends to its stockholder The tabi nent in this piiprr v fJthe past six months the Bank paid to stoc J cent dividend arid add Jte c Mib 4 4ts527 0000 It also ihovraf tht ft iiiif1 outstanding Jto iU appreciatEd patrona v 317768m loans Itg powts arj now nearly 400000 andJaIttcash 13768e4 showing it t a very strong con iyatiyeIi tBiHMif tor which its mantge m n t tockK Maqji t m tl patrons hay congratulated ltrriit has not loat l OW in bad feii otherwise and to day hw riot atoubtfyit t pieceofp pr Upon the statement ttJued t Sun congratulates th effidtte of tfc bank and the employee ToCr rA Bou1vr eapeciallyare c ratr due tie las been with t titUtIOIL iihce the befenntnff andh bM guarded 1 its every Internet wi h azeakw eaMk The country affprds few tkri Mid bankers thon Mr iBoaiwa l tCOurt Decides AdYersI- T G l Sb L Washintonj January illji Pbte4 States Supreme1 CcHttrt toy TMnttfridl t- decisionJhthe cue 1 i jfsi Mary 4Ms Qu nhlld eotrix qff the will of TJ Q5v Qiiilv Th eoWT joWs that th bondi iidlijfftM dowi4- ty n wtIHUd upon Jt good WHilfci r tiollnd uncoriditJbnalr aad ww iis jaiid obligation of thftolllifa WII triZ ioeyeir handftthty subIMt7l- ycame tewf The dtfnhie that 1he iare null and vt ideC1 merit by theourtr 4 ItDoesTbe B1tiiIii sIIdr E Chaoiberian of Clintw- 1oBuekIenrnka Ssv- 1t do tle busineurhave for jileaad it ecJ them Used t Clred them liJqttorit nd It h hk9ut Ieirr a a b- Haydon RubeWL1 dru re Sy r ICI FIELD SUN SI ESD 4Yy ANUAR 6 r t LIttr7 r f 7 r t u tre l I0n r Suit IfIe d4fJ f07 H N wis thf Time loBe Thinking Aboqt You f Painting s Dont r lool4 I41MixedPaint when Placllitwont def r t I q H- u r t rti n f 8 r r 1iittltf Inside or Outside Color Cards and Price List furnish jj nPpjtllJr t ji E jit StrasselGans i Paint Comply iL t ir vt INCORPORATED r r 1 if Paints Oils fijjtss Brushes Varnish Etcl 215 West Market Street SVILLE K lJI i r igfleIdlKy L J I r l I GRIEF l f iBodd Measure Codes To a 11il r 1 fOt tr Mercer Gniat t I 9LLit j l iIi family rlff Indiana 9 r 1 J rE Cindianapoiia News i Terer ci be tio measuring of the s I g Je f5B a cottageat FortYthirdand- Ckart es avenue Death has levied an v TuiibsuaUy heavy toll upon the family three within seven wrecks two baYing Inijen ta1enitbina week The latter r 1 two i the aged father and mother of MrsE So Merrill who came to Indian s J f lia several years ago from near flai t rtasbarg Ky who with her husban o iUpie the cottage will be buried in 1 tfIsame g1avet Crown Hill to mor= f taww raftei oonftberfink1e ofa ityicular x d r jyi pathetic Atory Thestorv should be i t a rwtththe death of MiarSitltieFlem Jjjjifcf at the family homestead 544 Pfcetcher avenue seven weeks ago She 1i sh- Arthur e daughters of Mr and Mrs t l and the sister of Mrs Merrill The death of tHe daughter wWch was caused by a tumor was a 11tJ e itreJpVant the Breaking up of their home f J Jtir r both parents had grown old Mr r Fleming art invalid for many years from palsy being 77 years old while n i iif wife was only six years younger Ater the funeral it was deod thatI i a ttiheOdfQtk8hOUld go to live with Uj4 Ars m their netettage sj Forty third street and Chaftes aye sueaPVe Four weeks ago tfea Merrjllsj d 1nto the dew house ac ompan- t r JfeyMr and Mrs Fleming the par il4Hit of ors MerrilL The new home rye4 partly to aaaauge the grief Over t the death of the daughter and sister 5i cv it was cheerful ahd cozy and took tlWm away from the aoq e of sorrow i ill Flttther v ij eBut sorrow and t sfortine waaaot yet done with that fa iiiiy Two weeks ago Mrs Fleming 1 t ill of pneumonia Her iniJ iSrr Ii fe but herctiaDced to h sitting bya w whan the doctor cadre The f ticinnspejftnce i Arr ed hrpi He a t he visjtr and Wfs told that afFfmin g iwai sliRhtly ill During ftfe day Mrs Fleming grew worse- Siff J necssar secondvisit by there JFleming itilt sat bathe iirihjo r and8aw him come Spme things wjonr he said sadly Theo or re again Thatremarle cs I fiftyjone years doctor went upstairs and found Mrs Fleming much worse Nothing was said of her conditi n but Mr Flfinin seemed to have an inward knowledge thatall was not right When the Iext meal time came he refused food He also refused water ot bther liquid nourishment Efforts were made to stimu late him but he steadfastly refused to eat constantly whispering to himself househoJdItor found that Mrs Fleming too was gradually sinking Last Friday morn ing Mrs Fleming passed away The andihusbsaid that unless he took nourishment once he too must go That seemed to b3 his desire Ever since last Friday rnUdoorcarp line SAW the crepe there day afzer laY ndwond red Thy did not chow that at tragedy was slowly but sure ly being enacted within that an old nari was dying ot lonesomeness Mrs Mer rell and her two brothers James lM and Taylor Fleming of this cjty an oftmust soon come and they decided to Wait and grant a wish that had long been in the hearts of their father and motherthat they might be buried to getter side by side Through the lots g hours the children waited and watched Now and hen the father wouldiawaken from hIs stupor and tjhey would plead heIImail went to join hI companion this morning Her body ls on a couch in the parlor Upstairs ie rests a sleep too To morrow the bodies wilUbe taken to Crown Hill and laced beside file- daughter froth whose grave the floral ritUteshveno yet v nished Rank foolishness When attacked by a cough or a cold or Y5hen your throatirrsore it it rank f oififtinesi t9 take any other medicine DiscoverysaysGiisei New Discovery seven antt I know it is t e best reniedy on earth for Coughs ariJcolds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children are sub ject to but New Discovery quiek ly curesevery attack Known th world over as the King of throat id guaranteeIat50c and i00 Trill ybottle free I Jl i i 1M f 4 fi I os l fl cVS cicV c cJ I The NewBffis of tie Year 3rt ttt APPY New Year The glad greeting rings out on every hand A new twelve month has been ushered in with all Its mystery of the i things which are to be We need then for our selves and for others to put the emphasis upon the i x v word new rather than upon the term year That another year has come Is relatively unimpor tant The stress is to be laid riot on tho quantity but on the quality of ones life All that an earnest soul can do Is to live each day of the newIyear by itself as It comes In its trying If so it may be to put months effort In one day and a aI vjctpry Into a single hourateis ortand It remametn that all who know Christ and partake of his alwaynot themselves of the morrow sum cient unto each day is the burden and blessing thereof The newness of the new year Is es sentially a newness of spirit A new man will always enjoyjthe new year When another Januaryarrives It Is distinctively the time to slough oft old and to put on the new TheretheII an old nature to be discarded new spiritual manhood to be The trouble with many people how ever Is that they try to remake and to roform themselves forgetting that a few good resolutions more or less touchrthe outside possess no Interior efficacy In the recesses pf the sJlr Thenew man who Is really worthy of the name is the new man In Christ Jesus Where Jesus is there Is always newness of experience renovation of the moral nature freshness of hope and a resiliency of elastic joy It Is not necessary to wait until the first of January In any approaching year to win the wisdom of such a heavenly faith or to experience the benefits of such a spiritual quickening The promise of God is now to every one that believeth Each morning maybe a resyri e lion day each evening a time of golden promise fair yet not as fading as the sunset The New Year joy is for allot life all the time It Is stimulating and encouraging td feel that a brand new year is offered for happy employment and that tho nJd records wlt thelr motley pages some still vacant and otter marred and perhaps here and there blotted with tears may be put away and fresh unstained pages substituted in their place It Is helpful to remind oneself that those broken resolutions of 1908 may be renewed In 1909 and what is betters reinforced by more of that prayer and divine grace for want of which the idealizing resolves of the past year were soon forgotten or went so sadly unfulfilled The new year means accordingly a new hope a new sons a new endeavor a new outlook a new inspiration a new determina bolt apd a new eeernewthing that is gcod appears to be possi ble in its gift A hope like this makes any doubter optimistic and gives to exlstencethecharsujteffof a llfe ifbrth livingA chasm seems to Intervene botweeA the old ndth dew Into Its depths should be cast every regret every halting doubt and every hampering fear which belongs to the past period of our experience and which would burden and hinder lour worthy efforts snd spiritual progress In the new year Let us take up our new duties and meet our fresh opportunities in free gladsome and hopeful spirit knowing that GoJ who has pur posed them for our uplift will give us sra letQ carry us safely through Happy New YearIhe message is sent far and near Let the glad greet ing bn heard on iilfc sides There fa a roJhqcyanda promise In the New Year Even to those who are bent with 1ieto1 lonely b reason of batter bereavement it Is possible Urnely to say though with loweredtone and softened accent Happy New Year Every year will be a happy or at least a peaceful one in which the presence of the Lord Is Realized which Is spent under the protection of his wings while its duties are dis charged in his fear and its tesponsibll Itles are borne with the assistance of his grace For the Christian every year should be an imprOveihent on the past and offer Its llddItJ ri oppor tunities for growing in grace and GhTlstlikeness The Chr Is a convinced find convincing optinijsl for having a heavenly e which the world 6an never give OR takct away he can in every condition of Jlfs flijd p pasts forfian assured ex pressing Icl in the loftquoted die turn The best of kjjf Is God 13 with usIllt THE SUN YARi r I r MARIOti work oclock IJty heard no acted Death of Mr Johrf Burke oclock Otiffer Items oJnt from the i Our Neighboring ty sitting t p Falcon t Yesterday s13aPtist reled toleIj of New to Mx Y ns a prosperous young jeifof Jack t son county A few and inti was mate friends were pwsjThe happy young couple have thft wishes ot many friends for happijand success urt in their Jackson count e that IHarry Leachman of county was arrested and lodged j il at Spring r no field Wednesday on rrKnt1SIuedyille by Judge John A lon Deputy Sheriff J A ffaorai yesterday brought him to Lebji and lodged him in jail where he Wjeniain until aIejury shall decide whetbe is of sou or unsound mind Tidal will prot ably be held today hile in the Springfield jail he trip and set utea I to his bed clothes Hes at the Lake land Asylum several yis ago The bans of matipny were p lished for Ihei first ti ast Sunday be tween Mr James Nojaon of Mr Mrs S A Noe a hiss Jennie Oa born daughter of Mjuia Alls T fO born all of this cit The marrjRe will take place it t Au Uoia church next Mo dajnarnine and Im mediately thereafter jey will Ice fur Heaton New Jffexit where Mf Noe has a position waititthim Ttlle bang were aLi d Published last S ay tween Mr Chas ontgQInryof Springtlild and Atisal lora lentSi ter of Mrs DePraiie Macfm of- ace thext p They Win em Tied Thursday morning t StAU U8tines church and will gojrtby ringfiel to live Both of these UPf couple iilY a host of friends I The entire oonnty spas shocked late Saturday afternoon to tears of the death of Mr JohntalimesBurketizens one urda = o heproml vi1 t67 years o Mi Burke who was tt cpntractorand buitderas weltasi itcabinet m workiiia Brad r rF1 r t 2r u 1 tordsville and as utWentthere t shortly after noon About three the report ofa gun shut wa a by many citizens ofthetpwnbot investigation was made hi tie dreamed thata tragedy was lleinxee a lifs had ceased eat J hiss only son Mr DIf Burte r pbitmaster and a prq this thriving litffecftyi ir iit jtkeriaart0posture yin the corner e of his head torn off Ad1Ieto i shot gun with one barrel 4mpy the sad story of his untimely d tk ceased was bpirn and reared in tbft of Marion county Purin p War he was a Ine r of t lseacalleafphis record The t n returned and has since lijred mlJrad fprdsVille His wife iKVaaa n edhimto the grave No caraea r isknonfor the rash act further tf aj he had for sometime4p aoffecWi froIJIBI th i funeralinu 9dge o wast 0ld Liberty burial grow 1 rt t JI= adrt 1Ob1s l h enbartd 0andsee lmer Farm lit It acres iloxa iS r htftelde ciwUing Z tdbrccarbrM 4plenty o f ram haec iiwpUf mceQ and well wateiedWtl asl uti lusy terms or ch Pr CCfl4 ft Gn rl q room d weuin t onon of t1M besl streets UlSprngfiekl rol actaoig- round f water J1 yrd good staidtH1 house nePrl e113 oo goose lOrOOl1 2 j b6nilstable pe ri house ft 4 xt Inc Yom r recess lhJs 2100100 property ismi R The market f short tt ff WIn tIt f It CaH lor write me atonce rrirJ 8a D LdEea1 Estate AK = flky I IIIc tl III I2 titL8 r t 1 TIE SPRU4GEIELD SUiT ED1ESDAY JANUARY6 4909 4J t C IIf T II VER since maw knew enough about as ron timefyears more or lesu agreed with the earths annual revolu tion around the sun a he has Im various characteristic ays regarded the first e day of the iiejr year si ia4y o f rei jpicjligv and well irtstang W will the great smmeClI wall ub Ututd While in America New Years day is generally observed M a holiday and an occasion forh paying ceremonial jCl tcal1s in SVamce irtiow rNewl Yeaiif jres nsYen 1tfrly 4reaN-ew daI IiIIdto1isved on January 1 la every country although qreLg1a the1rw Year on tajday In Russia the Ji1iari cal is sUll th use 4a a Quarter of a flay in each year Is ioatby that sjrsUm there Iffl JiVari accTMulateil loss bl 13 days a l 1 ut l itlti Jf WWiS Itt Janwy 14 of our cjne d rv Til- eMohmns4n N wYrti Jewish New T NnA4iie Chlfiase New Year 4Hicto Uw p ciiar jiysieml pLkeep tt fDY b aive 4 IIiMnpi so to persons fa- mlllar f only 1 th the Qregorian calen dar rATQTHE CALENDAR Titev Jewish year is splrlunar and may consist ptas ifew JI41353 days and is many as 385 New Years day usually Tills in September The Moham m jl11efst allt consist of 354 days blng purely lunar and the iavyears which occur in certain tweive mpniKiof a cycle of30vlunar years contain 555 days The first day of Muharrena New Years day may in vcowcQ of time make a1 whole revolt lidnoZ the seasons Aft instance of thIs may Jbe given The 1pt of Muharrem 1908 lloJl February 25 while the MbIithuned n New Year last year began on March 7 Inasmuch as it is purely lunart the Mohammedan year is almost unique iaihe calendars of the world While ihe Chinese year co- nforitobhe easternld a being found w tbljupojavto iJnOth is judd ed tp avry 30 to thktIrnecoufcni- wth the solar year Consequently p the ChineSe New Year may begin any 1 time between January 21 and Febru ry 28 v s DEVOLVING NEWYEA- Rtheancfeue Egyptians had a year more or less conforming to the ityle Inasmuch as itcontalned 365 days In course of Centuries this madf New Years make complete revolu tion of the seasons This fact only recently prpp rly appreciated by Prof tf Petrie the Egyptologist led to many w jaifconceptions and retarded the solu tion of mySterious feasts and rite- sciinoware perfectly well under stood by archaeologists Anciently In Rome the new yea- rbg i in March1 In the neighborhood- Or the yernal equinox which would seem to be a reasonable if not logical time to begin tile nnual cycle March 25 was until the latter IJrtQtthe sixteenth century the day when the new year began in most Christian countries Numa is said to have made the Roman year begin on January 1 tie day held by pagan Rome sacred in honor of Janus who was thus sup fpbaed tQ turn at once back upon the old year and forward into the new and atIvarious and In different Chris tian countries celebrated on the r ent Christmas MarcTi 1 41 rch the Feast of the Annunciatipn and East er day 4 CUSTPM OF GIFTS Almost everywhere the custom of making presents on the first ayof the new has been observed When It originated or where it would be extremely difficult if not actually Im possible to say It is sufficient to know that the observance has the1 Sanction of remote antiquity In the eighth century ItC Tatlus king of the Sabines according to traditions began thejcu among the Romans 1t first the gifts were merely emblem atic and of little prfebelng ranches cut rom the wbod consecrated to Strenia the goddess ot strength These were presented to the king as giftsbecameon and in later centuries some of the Roman emperors demanded New Years presents ot y at Value from the nagnates Qtt1ise days As the Roman rulers Were gentlemen who Tyere ii6tto be trifled with the pres ts usually appeared on time after ijptice to the wealthy was given It was inMRome too that the habit df masquerading at New Years appears to have originated The custom still observed in Italy now is confined tpthe celebrations at the Epiphany and at the carnival time FESTIVITIES OF THE DAYt In some countries notably in Great Britain andJn some cities in canada aridthe United States the rIB welcomed in by festivities on the eve of the day Iri Scotland for instance itia customary to celebrAte New year eve with some festivity which Is prolonged until past midnight At the stroke of 12 every one present sIshes each other a Happy New Y aV The custom Is also common iiiii many jttaf perm ny wnerethe salutation is HProsit Neu gehr Similar to this custom are the re ligious watch meetings held In soiie bit the churches in his country pn wiYcustom or superstitioti is observed At the stroke of 12 which ushers in the new year the party already wait ing on the stairs begin to ascend the stairway backward taking a step at eachstroke Every step successfully rnbthitedmeans a happy month every stumble a reverse Of course it Is one of those playful superstitions which are not taken seriously Glucose Fondant for Christmas Two cups sugar one cup water and two tablespoons glucose Boil all un til a little dropped in cold water wjfl form a soft ball Remdve from fire and heat till creamy Seven ways to use the fondant Make into balls and dip in melted chocolate Roll them in cocoanut Roll them in chopped nuts FIn figs with fondant and slice thin Filidates with fondant or put the fbndantJarbund the stoned date Make Into squares and place a nut on tap Roll nuts In the fondant and then Jin sugar Tie Rackgi for Men j A present that will be greatly ap T11Smao be guarded galnst is not to make them too elaborate The more simple the pattern Is tije more sure to please s4dlittleYQu would have to work very very hard my child1 observed her mother nut just think mamma of all tie sto6kihgs I could hang upIGreeting Now while the surging deeptoned bells lament The ptist year eer fickle they shill change joyChimingcrowned Ji Edith Thomas wwwwp n 71 New Years Greetings t Q AkERLY EE f otTHE FARMERS BANK j MACKVILLE KY ytiL Tt JI RESQURCES 90709OverdraftsOverdrafts unsecured 43041 Due from National Banks1965489Due from State Banks and 2112225DueBanking House ahd Lbt7 100000 Other Real Estate Mortgages U S Bonds OtherSt cks4indBQJKte Specie V85050 276050Ebccbanjcarried as Cash 139166FundcurientExpensesLastQuarter69847 ft v Gjve description location val j 1rehous and tot if anyoineIlonger than jftve years Ip9487491 LIABILITIES 4 Capital Stpck paid in1 in cash15KKQQ 21Q000lahfividedDueDeppeirors as follows viz tiwhichia57815 28 l v Deposits subject to check onI wliich iintere 1 is paid certificates ofdeposit fon which intereafcis Time certificates of deposit Y on l hich interest is 7231528SiiiipgDeposits terest is paid Certified Checks 4m87iJueDue Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstanding Bills rediscounted l 45000TaxesCapital Stock notpaid SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted A ness of any stockholder per K soricompanyolfirm inr in the liability of the company or firm theliabi1ityiof the members thereof directly ormditect ly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paidin and actual amount of surplus of thatbink How is indebtedness statedin J above item 1 secured f Highest amount of indebted 2ness of any director or offi cer if the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per t4 y cent of paidup capital stock T of BankiiIrHow is same secured i dl Does amount indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the habil ity of the company or firm vv the liability of the individualIthereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital t and actual surplus + f K so state mount of such in debtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses in terest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and yas riot less profits od covered by the dividend carried to the fund before said dividend was de dared Are any bi anch institutions be ing conducted your 1 Has yourhistitution yet start ed in its trust de partrnentb 49487491 State of Kentucky 1 County of Washington T ss J M Smith Cashier of Farmers Bank a Bank organized in JL902 located and doing business at Mam street in tybeingreport is in all respects a true statement of the condition ofsaid Bank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1908 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted pt the location named and not elsewhere that no branch banks are being conducted by said bank and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from Secretary of State designating the 31st day of December 1908 as the day on whicj such report shall be made JM Smith Cashier Calvin Shewmaker John Peter John T Sweeney Directors Subscribed and sworn to me byJ M Smith the 2nd day of January 1909 W FBOOKEJtjClerl By Orceneth Peter Washington County Court FACTS fl The news items of the home com munity tTThe things in w iich you aremost interested IJThe births weddings deaths of the people you know tI The social affairs of our own and surrounding towns t ThM re die kind ff facto till JWJMT Lykan 1II l1 iiLf t v J l l I VISIT WITH i f JI f rJl Y The True Chrlstma Oh the Christmas that is trpest Is the Christmas In the cot iritfhe dweHfnfr of thVhumbiev Hicf in some lequestered spot tri theliome whete motheVs finger IIn the evenings crisp and clear ritonedcheer e hemloCcGaUeresltromyon And the presents allarfe simple 7s briati1ng4rancheatfllI Ah the popcorn strings she threaded iAndthe mlttene that she made jAnd tie apples she selected In her earnest Christmas raid JOfa her purse was scant and meager wideAbthernanyrAnd the things fOr self denied Now behold the Whole is finished And the Clldrelsho t with glee In the of tjip toiler Round that homemade Christmas tree Wealth may stand aside with yearning Castles long to feel ttte thrill All triumphant in the Cottage Of the humble by the mill peopleAndJlB1 the one where love is reigning Is the one that mother made oooWhat Shakespeare Did Once upon i time Henry Irving and Toole the comedian visited the home Shakespeare They wandered about the sacred and classic scenes by the Avon and imbibed something of the spirit of Stratford On their 4y to the hotel after leaving the historic place they met an agricultural laborer com ing home with pantaloons in boots a bit of shirt sticking from his trousers top anda pipe in his mouth He was stolid and content Toole asked him Does Mr Shakespeare live here No sir he be dead Well do many people come to see His graveT W Oh yes sor y Vhat did he dot0 make these treat crowds visit the b use and the church where he is burled Ive lived ere all my life said the fellow scratching his head in greet perplexity and I dorft know but I think he writ somethin 00 O Winged Shafts u A small boy describes silence as what you dont hear when you listen It is also what is broken at night when your husband falls over the sharp end of a rocking chair in the dark That Is it is one of the things that is broken k kJud LeIs says the best man at the wedding is the preacher It is evident Jud Ills never been a bride or he would know that the best man at the wedding Js the groom trtlI wrote a poem lat week and sold it for enough money to pay for sixteen storm windows Talk about there being no money in veiseand light verse tooI If the crosseyed girl would look wher she sees or see where She looks a bashful lover might be able to read his answer in the sta- rsr1tA smile at the door makes a whole evening happy at home while a lack atone often sets the whole household on edge- rlr TV Business confidence didnt return anYJoo soon The coal man left 8760 worth of coal In my cellar lat week OOQ Something Doing Did you ever hear anything to equal the Ignorance of citVpeople Some of them are ople do for excltement in the country districts Just think of that Didnt we have a presidential election In Argyle this week Hasnt Dave Covey been talking politics all lJumm rDI1nt you see Doc Larson here from BlanchardviHe with his automobile Hasnt the barber shop beeh newly papered Didnt we have two Hallbween parties In town Saturday night Hasnt Frank Thompson got a new Poland China cow with a calico calf Dont we have the streets lighted every moonlight night Isnt the game warden hero nearly every week Wasnt the train on time one ilay Hasnt the railroad company put refrigerator car on the fast mail train Dont talk to us about excitementthere is something doing in Argyle every week pr two Arryle tWits Atlas wcfci IfX 4 i gi 31 i L Flu I lb J L On account of the continued presence of Scarlet L4vei itown of Springfield Ky and immediate vicinity aid bSVDj the continuation of the disease is due to mild unsLi JJt u that have been attending school and other public places to conval s ent s t tJtav eu Ye eth L and attend schools and oiherrpublic places whilthy ai menace and a source of dangrto othet people Ypa f notified by the Board ot Health of Washmg pn County all members of your family ntl hqi1s 1dwbb afept required to stay within their o n homestand pot yiit p public or private church or nyoth Fpufili priiieV jijtfrontS RE THRCYNT OF ANY kIND If nyrnernber with8bretisthat you snXll gOta vfritten certife tlteifr9il Y ori IaM aridpresent itto the He lthOmer of WjMJniiigt Cu tha tsricl ore tlifoat is not contagious anffffif rlfJ 1t memoers of your family and houehqlhre nbt lkbedb Fever or any other infectious Qt t contagious diea ofii6 a shall take effect from its dateand is done by 6rdof tIle H Boiof WashingtQn it VV it rit i ir ounty at a meeting i Health in Springfield Wshiiigt n ountyrIi dnth pftDecember roo8l f f Vr r v 4 tsigned f 18 iaT J2W2 ti t itiiW1ti k XVv 4 i y f l J11Kf W HYAr Seer V i And Halh How to Gook Rtce it I Few housewives nnaerstand lio r to cook rice so that it puffs Ito a- xnasseach snowyj kernel distinct Ihavei found a way says a Writer in Har pers Bazar First wash it ihoroulghf ly through several cold waters rub bing the kernels between the hands n1onruns a colander and drain j then piitltliito- a deep stevpan allowing one quart off boiling Ivater to a cup of washed rice Add a teaspoonful of Mrit and allow It to come to a good boil ook steadily for twenty minutes HlflngtKe rice occasionally with a forfc to prejjenjtijltp ticking Shake the kettle also for the same purpose trait never jstlr or mash with a spoon Take itfrpm the fire pour off the water if any ii left and place it on the back o the stove in the oven pr even overapot of not water until it finishes swelling Gop l ed In thls ivriy you will xicthqlcep- lump light and whJteK each grjip distinct and separate How to Clean Wall Paper Wall paper that has a smoky or grimy look can be brllhtcnedwlth a powder prepuradonwhlcb frequently removes even very objectionable marks Make a mixture df equal parfe of cornstarch whiting anT fullers earth and with a soft cheesecloth or any cptton rag dip it 1ntothe powder and carefully go over the paper rubbing vigorously but not enougbto in jure the print Change the cloth as It getS badly soiled after vhi h wipe the walls with large pieces ofqotton raps or cheesecloth An old worn tablie cloth torn into pieces will do for dust cloths For very delicate 1tr iwit the powder in a gau bagan old piece of veiling will dOand cSrefflll wipe down the walls with the powder bag Put newspapers on the floor to catc the dust which falls A thin paste of fullers earth and ammonia will often remove bad grease raark t over thy spot but do not rb it Wh n dry carefully brush off the Jjustf CLUBBGIRAitS- LOthSYILLIDAtirs- The r Sun and Tha Lo IvilIe year5TheJourflalecidEyjI 8 The8uIiaK M 3our1r Journal nydyi IDfi 11TheSWionCkHirierJoornaJ any tb j 4ay in the Y e4 sJ aIlhJTheaThePotorieear- i t4tCiik destreyiu r1vfurrdntt peta4r 1Ada1mfl rift r t unrringsTEvN tFor SprtrSa1Ecd ElE1fS RiFtX- 4SHOTGUr74re urp1d D Glk c 7Vx tfNI tiitofUMi Sec 3anTmll JMa sIs iIIt t ttJw j filii j STEVARMaTLcof C16 iF L r 1t 0 N I i YOUR WiNER it4Nt RE4DINO 4 brIIassistyon Of courseyou 1IiJ ck IIIf oOPtrJUIIIi riI t r 7 IJ uu7 1 r1rr 3 1THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1909 v i P 7 If K q DONTFAILTOATTENDTHE rf r iF 4 L Great CLEARANCE SALEr EOfDry 1oods Clothing Ladies Suits and Cloaks and all ODDS and ENDS of each Department Ij 1f rfI t mptkV t tfii i Goingonat THE BIG STORE1 r t r t 1 j 1 uv If t J f 4i i flaysoI J I t1 jo J to Clean up the diff r nfs1ockS we are Offering some WONDERFUL BARGAINS Special efforts will be made to reduce stock of Mens and Bots Clothing and Ladies and Childrens Cloaks 1i I This is anExceptional Chance to by Winter Goods at VERY LOW PRICES and you should take advantage ofjt J4T I E F 0 f The HBERTSONCLAYBROORE ftj INCORPORATED Springfield Klj I It1t i RRIN6FIELD i gUN r I Xv I vV V JISQED IttERY WEDNESDAY t ItJliVpflpGRIPTiq r ONE DOLLAR t f v f Advance l and Publisher 1 y rlSGOIEEitory F iiiSfeiitthe Springfield i 4Kyt for transmlSSlontmOug1 the k ecoidc13s matter I t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1 4L 100 n 50 r ttrIonths 25 1 l MAUDt tu if Is a new year I will try ano fepjttmy old place although news is i5 jib start in on a new year t J J iijiJIoptJtomryspent from t I JMy cousm MmiTam Pile Modresviile fr f Mr jobn 1iigin and wife Mrs Tom R Wlfe arid little daughter Willie l Jr t Mrs Kate Slwxnaker Mt Hami r hii and IL Barlow spent Clfristmass f with the family of Mr ME L 1ijftlltman iA MiligRle Montgomery is spending tj i aii ysrat eekswith rends near Hills 2 JIJfr Pirett Fl uier of Springfield AaL pt Christrns week WIth friendSat wii place c Jtf1f J Mv Washb urn of Nelson 1 frl spent several days the first o- fjI t kWIth lier daughter Mrs J tt MpntgomerY R Mri T Bi Flaugher and daughter t4all and Mrs Joe Bishop and chil iy of Springfield spent Saturday ifJira M E Troutman 4 llJ AiyM Riley and little daughter IdJ 1ii i Zora Montgomery spent las- t1L1y with Mrs Edward Pile of erBooker Jlri vE Troutman and daughters s rKraO and grandson Dor fce ter attended meeting at New Hope + rtT k jiM Nannie Shehan has returned to L 7 lobopl at Bowling Green after spend Chriatmas with her parents at this pjTice r1 t Jessie M Kirsch of LDuisville n last week with his parents and J ottor irelativea in Nelon and Washing t tHn coontie6J J t f Mj J Y Montgomery and wife i pn c Sunday with MrV and Mrs Ham Ie Qf Mooresville Jj Alvin iley who xncved to this Fnabout two months ago has moved f iirNiflton county to make his home- Drrt L1i Shehan and wife and Mr VT ff Settles and wife dined with the Iml1yof Mr D H Houston Sunday ki Rev IM Washburn and son 1- 9 rayson county Mr Ben P lih Mrs J M Washburn ofI 1 fliierr Mrs Kirsch of Nelson and Mrs Ham Pile andchildrenjj t1 kifoor vnief dined with the family of t yfe 7 M Montgomery Monday KrMEXrouhtl1a and wife and fir Kate Shewmaksr spent Monday inSprgfield Mr and Mrs Charles Mcllvoy spent I iflteiday with Mr andMrs Hal Shehan t HAPPY HOLLOW t llr Solom n gays and family spent Ilirturday night and Sunday with his L berJlIr Len Cheser and family of oUn eg Maud Inman and Maggie pinery spent Sunday with Mrs Shields of thisplace t Samuel Coulter spent Saturday t 1 witji the family of Mr Torn Mcllvpy Mr Milton Chesser and Miss Texie Barlow of near Po1iFMrs Solomon Kays and two children Messrs Gilbert Chesser and Fitch Godbv dined at the home ofMr Jhn Armstrong Born to the wife t of Mr Samuel Crooke on Dpc 26 a tenpound b Y Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Satur day with Miss Laura Scruggs rearlArmstrongMyrtle Armstrong spent Christma day with J H Perkins of WillisburgJ Mr Bill Hardin wife and cnildren visited Mrj Hardins sister iMrs Lon haslbeenvisitmg weeks has returned to her home at Thompsonville Mr Gilbert Chesser spent fromfed esti y until Friday with sister- Mrs Bettie Kays of this place The Christmas tree at the Hilliboro church last Thursday was wen attended and there were lots of p everybody Mrs Erastus Perkins is esenffor ut again Mi Gilbert Chesser and Miss Pearl and Myrtle Arrostrong attended th en- ertlinment at the Hardesty school house last Wednesday Mr M C Keeling is on the siclt list this week Mr J S Thomas will move his tam to his farm this week We regrt td- ee ifr and Mrs Thomas leave Mister Cecil Coulter who is ill with 1rltlngMr J H Settles Monday afternoon and took away his wife Mrs Mollie Settles She leaves a husband and five children mother sister and brother to mouth her death She was laid to test at illisburg Tuesday at 2 oclock Master Ruel Keeling is on the sick list this week Mt M C Dudgeon has retulned- from Louisville Messrs Fitch Godbey and Gilbert Ch siei spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr John Armstrong The Sim aiid CourierJournal SL5Q The Springfield Sun 100 per year The Sun and CouriHiJcmrnaj sLst Our Sympathy Is always extended to those in distress but we have ho sym pathy to waste on the mzn who borrows his neighbors paper when he can have one of his own at a mere nominal ex ensc Your home paper stands for your interests and the interests of your home town It deserves your moral and financial support If you are not a member of our family of readers you should begin now by sending in your subscription lj j LARGE CROWD Attended Entertainment at Opera House Last Thursday Evening 5r upLI The Merchant of Venice Date played by the students of the Springfield Graced Schoblon last Thursday evening was one of the real treats of the season The entertainment was attended by one of the largest crowds ever assembled in the Springfield Opera House and it wasperhapsthe most ap preciative audience that ever witnessed a play in this city i The young ladies and the young men partslin ConInectedlic that there are many geniuses Graded School They acted superbly and captivated all present Messrs Ed Willett RichSpalding olHelBarberOBryan A R Shultz Jr Dudley Robertson Misses Evelyn Royalty Mabel Williams Isa Colvin Lei Rob erts Sara ONan Virginia Royalty i Naomi Rogers and May Mayes we most earnestly and sincerely congratulate you Married In Louisville Mr Dmwiddie Lampton son of D- randMrsJ Hv Lampton of this city was married toliss Blanche Gertrude Hintzen of Louisville on December 24 Mr Lampton holds a responsible posi tion in Louisville and he and his bride Will reside in that city Few young men who have left Springfield during the past few years have developed as rapidjy in a business way as has Mr Lampton His sound judgment and energy have forged the way for a bril hant business career To the bride and groom many friends extend congratula tions Obituary Lena the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Dayis Campbell died at her home December 25th 1908 Suffer the littI children to come unto Me and for bid them not for of such is the ling dom of Heaven About onO year ago she was stricken with a spinal affliction Skilled physi clans pronounced her disease incurable and although unable to play as other children she was ever bright 4nd happy About two weeks ago she had a pneuIwhen asking her Aunty for a drink of water she said I am going to take a long nap In a moment the messenger came and she was awakened in yonder world by that great choir singing the anniversary anthem of the Christ child Glory be to God in the highest on earth peace and good will toward men To her parents and those who loved her most dearly I would say By suffering God tears the veil from our eyes that has hidden Hiim from us Look to the Comforter The funeral services were conducted Sunday morning at ten thirty at the M E church by the pastor Rev Baird IHow to Grow Fine Sweet Peas sandy loam good Oregon grown seed enthusiasm good culture producelfine broken stone on which put the soil which should be of the richest pos Bible sandy loam Use no manure un hastbeenIs an Ideal o1ePhint the seed In a double row four Inches apart and three Inches apart In the row Merel press the seed beneath the surface and when the plants have caught on the wire netting between the rows pull the soil up around them but keep it loose Cultivate with the hoe often and after the buds appear If weather Is dry wa ter freely and spray the vines with a hard stream to keep down the red spi der if It appears HoW to Take Bran Baths Bran baths are said to be good for nervous people They have an extremely softening effect upon the skin Ordinary bran may be bought at a feed store and used as desired A cheesecloth bag containing about a quart and a half or two quarts should be filled medlunily full with ham This bag will do for two baths The water should be quite warm and the bag should be put Info it and thor oughly soaked and squeezed until the water Is brown and full of bubbles One should stay In the bath for a few minutes only Massage of the entire body after the bath Is beneficial but one should rest for at least ten min utes between the massage and bath The SUN r 1 W Jli A 1frar for IIiw 3ar A Eltll61Ty 601 toe twrailltta source oT HaM and m rcy J who hast Wbt liS to tfte Bcfliiwiita or thIs year aL ad art sparing IS to love tbee and to Keep thy commandments prepare us we beseech tim for the coming S- cIVs Let tby grace tnllgbttaa owr darkness aId sfrtlgtbtl tour weakness fielp MS to forget the SINS and sorrows of tbe t past cherishing only the wisdom and the humility they way S aut taugbt ss Tnsplrt us with new pwrposes ana new oPts Deepen within our hearts the love Of troth and good lireLIIt Dese earthly days and tbe blab and satred purpose for which z hey are given Suffer us not to be l1lifa I thrill to Cbee tIfllcsr ot to owrseIus tbO Good Sbeperd of tDe ibeep Let Not 1h OflO ilKa wtarless of lilt rOb 1101 osr fll11111 Cbse- hateui c libt lIiY s1st or sbad u fall keep ss I sHIp and in tin service I of 3esu brlst our Lord HiltiJ1JJJiJ1JJJ1JJ jjljJI J1JjJfJJfJJ1JJJfJJ1JJJ1JJJfJ c Removing Stains No spot or stain can oe r ipov dfrom afhy kind of material unless there Is a backing to absorb the fluid as It IK rubbed in Failing this the cleansing agent necessarily spreads over the sur face to which it Is being applied car rylng the soil stain with it Another requisite Is fresh cloths to rub with for as soon as one is soiled It should be rejected for a cleaasing agent immediately loosens dirt and everything In contact with It becomes soiled and unless all rags affected are at once laid aside the original stain Is spread ant the final condition Is worse than the rns- tAa background for this cleansing process use u board about eight Inches wide and twelve inches long This Is not Inconvenient to hold In ones lap It should be covered wIth a thick flan nel like blanketing and then padded with a piece of thick strong cotton Unbleached muslin Is the best for this purpose and there should be three or four of these cloths constantly in use Tile flannel must be tacked on but the top cover left so that It can be removed as fast as It Is stained The object of this board Is to give a firm base on which to rub The covers act as absorbents For all kinds of cleaning except heavy cloth such as mens garments white flannel Is the best thing with which to rub The piece should be big enough to hold firmly and turn several times to get a fresh spot while using For the cleanser a small flaring basin Is most convenient and etc is employed only a t JtgasolineI should be j Ured out at soon as It shjws dirt It must be thrown away the bowl wiped and fresh fluid poured in With these ready for work the spot to be cleaned Is stretched smoothly over the board and the first cloth dipped into the bath Instead of rubbing from the center of the spot outward which spreads the stain f Is 1ucr to begin at the outer rim wid v Ic toward the middle The cleaning cloth should be turned constantly to a fresh spot and as soon as all has been used It must be laid aside and another one taken The material being cleaned must be constantly moved on the board to a fresh place wlen applying the hath One sees the reason for this for the first wetting sends soil and moisture through to the background and unless the garment Is moved from these the dirt which was rubbed out wllVJbe worked back Into the fabric When the unbleacaed cotton has been stain ed the cove should be removed and a fresh one substituted When begin ning to rub dry It Is well to have a new undercover If even with the best effort there Is a ring left after the goods are dry a steaming kettle will remedy the trouble always provided that the ring is not dirt but simply the line of prpvl oils moisture The ring may be held before the nose of a boiling teakettle changing the fabric until the entlr line has been well steamed Then after drying In the sun the ring will vanish Naphtha and gasoline are among the best cleansing agents for silks and satin Ether Is excellent for velvet rubbing it on lightly and quickly For cloth soapy water In which there Is ammonia Is most efficacious With this however care must be taken that all the soapy water Is removed by a final brushing with hot water In which there Is ammonia A small scrub brush Is best for this last kind of cleaning The garment should be pressed after a large surface has been cleaned MAKE YOIIR APPEAL to the public throughthe cplumns of this paper Withevery issue it carries its message into the homes and lives of the people Your competitor has his store newi in this Issue Why dont you have yours 1 Dont blame the people for flocking to his store They know what he has Banquet at Lebanon Tr- On Tuesday J3ec 29 the Knight Templars of the Marlon Comraandery No 24 gave their arinual banquet to the ladies and it was most beautiful and enjoyable Gathered round that festal board were Sir Knights and their Jadies from all over the State AaIie r ow the order of Knighthood ah order was formally and particularly dedicate to the service of God and the Ladies Gibbon saysl blush 60 unite such dis Templarabearand entertain the ladiesmoet royally A reception was held in the asylum fthe Commandery Then all were asked to the spacious banquet hall with its seven long tables which wereT very tastefully decorated As the tohundred guests and Sir Knights stoooV at their seats the invocation was of fered by Rev T M Qornelison Mr Owen D Thomasi as alway made an excellent Toastmaster The toasts were responded to by visiting Sir Knights except Mr Proctor McElroy + Qf Lebanon who as his subject took the subject of one of Chas ReOds books Put Yourself In His Place and handled it welt Mr Williams from our town drew a very beautiful picture of old festal boards with Knights of old gathered rouId the occasional clank of sword and spur He made it veryreal to our minds Then from his subject ii ei njghthood ism Flower he Who some splendid lessons and made a very strong and helpful speech All felt bet ter for having heard lini The menu consisted of six course elaborately served and deliciously good Then passed were large trays laden with carnations and ferns for the iadis and for the gentlemen a good cigar for asmoke Ohl yes dear friends Knighthood was in flower on the eve of PCf 29 LOCUST GROVE T I Mr J S Leachman wife and daufrfi ter have returned from a visit to rela tiyfcs at Fairfield Mr and Mrs Charles Kayes of Tktr ham spent several days last week with their son Ed Kayes Mr Charlie Cornish has moved to Litsey Mr George Moore is oh the sick list Mrs Beulah Claybrooke spent F olay with Mrs Will Merritt Mrs Mollie Settles died at herIhkmw near Hillsboro Dec 28 of consumption aged about 33 years t She leaves a mother sister husband and fiye chil dren to mourn their loss She was laid torest the following day at Williaburg The family have the fympathy of the community Born to the wife of Sammie Grooke m fine boy Mesdames Julia Leachman Mattie Dragoo Emma Boker and Misses Iil lian Leachman Bertha and Sue Edger ton dined with Mr and Mrs Henry Reed ThursdayI Mrs Jas ClaY rQ9ke Jr ofSpring field is spending several weeks with her mother Mrs JUlaJjitsey Mr Tom Wilson has sold his farm to Mr Durrett of Springfield pricXun known L Will Marry Tomorrow MrC H Montgomery of nAr Springfield and Miss Flora Edilen bf Lena ton will be married in the Catbo hc church at Lebano tomorrow Thurji day Both of thes young people ate well and favorably known in Washing ton county Mr Montgomeryis a son of Mr W P Montgomtry of nert- own and is an industrious and honor able young man HIM Ed len before the death ofjher parents resided in this county Shewan attractive yojunj woman and has many admirers Jiw and in Lebanon T rT I 1 yr Twb II J t ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1909 JS IDr G Tii Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Wjth out Pain 1 CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class f Springfield Kly Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local NewsNoles FOR SALEA sixleaf dining table Call on Robt Noe h FOR RENTTen acres of good tobac co land for either money or rt drop Apply to S M CAMPBEIJL i Springfield fKy y Sell your- Hides ancl FarsJHn atead He fTays highest prfces 4J cites oldstand c lp FOR SALE OR RENTI desiretoils81i or rent my larm on the mile and a half from Springfield 140I acr s good stateof c ltvatl nForIparticulars call upon me or write to me JC WALKER Lebanon Ky Rt1 ll persona haying claims against heI estate of Silas Armstrong deceased will present same properly proven the undersigned on or before Jan tol 1909 ISAAC ARMSTRONG t Administrator h 1ISTRAY HOGS About two months ago eight stray hoys were taken upjat lylwthghthem by paying for their keep and this notice J D NOEL Rt1LCallSouthern National Life Insurance con tract and stock proposition Will last a few Vieveryoneof Drl4 WHyatt or Leo Haydons drugstore one week beginning JaniL1- 1909 E T WlGGINTON liDistrict Manager p The U JjVC of Springfield will bbageJPatchdate Miss Jones of Cleveland Ohio under whose direction the home talent present duTbe Union Depot abodt one year ago will conduct the ente- tftainment hence a most delightful ev fling is guaranteed Furtherannounc1 ment will be made SYCAMORE S VALLEY I There is a great deal of sickness i the Valley mostly scarlet feverarid grip j Born to the wife o Sammie Crook a boyiment at Hillsboro was well attended Mr and Mrs AL Jeffries of GlensV boro spent from Thursday until Satur day with Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland Mrs Jeffries is mrs Sutherlands aunt rMiss Zelma Mcllyoyof St spent Christmas at home ents catharmjr Mr and Mrs J 11 several days last week with parents at Glensboro Miss Maggie Montgomery of Maudi is visiting the Misses InmanV Mr and Mrs Tom Bailey sclent a few days with their parents at Texas There has been a great deal of moving since Christmas and New Year A C Pinkston filled his regular ap pointment at Hillsboro SundayJ r SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OFTHEV Peoples Deposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KYV At close of business December 31 1908 t RESOURCESILoans and Discounts32517767 Overdiafts347067Bahking Cash on hand and due from Banks 13759574 r 47124408 LIABiLITIES Capital Stock 5000000 2750000 Undivided ProfitsV 5483 Individual DepotsV 39368925 47124408 Gross earnings S- IXmonths763642 = profitsJune 199926963568 Disposed of as follows Paid dividend No 38 5 per cent250000VAdded to Surplus 9 per cent 4500 00 Paid expense acct 258085VBal undivided profits 54 839635 68 GEO D ROBERTSON Prest- J A ROULW ARE Cashier WCMcCHORDJrAsstCmv F ER DOD TS HE young man with jthe violets in hiis buttonhole ran gayly up the steps of the house froirs whose front wkKJovr shone a subcjubd light of hacjellamps Eagerly he greet ed 4he pretty yourisj woman In the trailing rkite gown who rose at his ontrance Then b cIoselY1tc tl telwelf he aSked anx f lr OUJltlpn feel all right said and Is Ski you he Insisted j as they sat Tell me The pretty young n slgher preslyelycouldn help wondering whether you came to see me because you really wanted to or because yow tneught you engagedIsWel exclaimed the ycung man cheerfuIiyilcThats simple enough to settle Its because I to of course wart Thats what you say rslsted he young woman but no way for me really to be sure BeIdesyou- may be deceiving yourself You may comewhexaggerated sense of diityVDont yoU supose that Fd rather be with you than anywhere else exclaimed the young man 4So dont let youYOU mine was foolish before we were engaged nythingIIve grown to be an old already and yoik begin to see jmy faults Of courser know that I have faults butt hurts to find that you are begin lngto see them You wouldnt if you v showsIqthIng the young man I dont see what on earth ails you Dont J act glad enough to come Edgap said the young woman that isnt the point What Im try ng togetat Is whether or not you deceiving yourself It makes all the difference in the world Itcme i You know perfectly well that you would not be content toV come here seven evenings in a week forever and missjOtQhJ dont know said the young man heroically t Didnt you njoy yourself awfully at the fraternity banquet last week she askedHNow be honest Why pf course I did admitted the young manVThere cried the young woman tragically That proves what I said It Is a relief to you to getaway from ne Ive no doubt that lots ofeven ngs you come here when you really are longing to go somewhere else Dont people ask you sometimes to go with them Johnson wanted me to play bil liards one night this week admitted the young manVlfBt youngwomalwanted to go Wasnt It tonight he asked youVWhats the difference asked the 4atherbcYou sacrificed yourself because you thought I wouldnt unders and persisted the young woman Id rather never see you than shave it this way I Just as soon as g of duty steps in love goes Why it wont be a month before you ont jCare two straws for me It wa just a prepremonitldn this aftafternoon dntforcedon to the bitbitter endVctedyoungkerchief to her eyes this is fOO- lIsh and IV dont understand Inj the least what you are talking about Ther isnt any bitter end or any other kind Dont you think I love yoU as much as ever Dont I act that way But whats the good of actacting if it isnt real wept the young wom IanuAnd bow can I tttell Didnt I give up billiards tonight to come here demanded the young man sternly And I hadnt promised to come or anything either and could have telephoned just as easily as not that I wouldnt be here How about jtliat Thats so admitted the young worn an dropping her handkerchief uI hadnt thought of that yell me4ruly r it was really because ycjti wanted to come not because you thought Id expect you anyhowV 1Imsaid theyoung woman cjontritely gotltothinkingbilliards tpnIght Edgar Id rather began the young man noblyV 1ij No said the young woman iI insist I Well of course If you insist olily- you know Id rather be hereVWould you really T asked the r l ty young woman happily Of courjs t believe you Ed jar but are you e1 Chicago Daily NewsV j t- qr iV oeoeoeOeoeoeoeooeOeoeoeo 0 I Personal Notes Io e Q Visitors In and Out of TownA RoundUp ofthe Weeks o Personal News e aOO0Campbellsville Mr arid Mrs E S Maves Jr and son Finley and Miss Annie Mayes left Tuesday for Oakland Cat to visit their brother Mr Archie Mayes Dr George M Shaunty has returned to Louisville after spending several days with his mother Mrs Sallie Shaunty Miss BerthaMiller of New Hope is the gueSt of hel sister Mrs W F Trusty Miss Mary Brown has returned to Louisville aftEr spending several weeks with her sisters Misses Lucy and Veola BrownV i VMrs Annie McElroy was in Louis ville Monday +Mrs T A Spalding of Bardstown- was hete the first of the week to see her brother Mr Loyd Haydon who has been ill for several weeks MrR C Craycroft of Meade county arrived here Monday to visit friends and relatives She was accom panied here her niece Jittle Miss Corinne JMcIntire 4Mis Flaget Simms is the guest o Miss Ida Charles CarroJT of Louisville Misses IsabelMedleyan d Ernestine KIiotthve returned to Nazareth after spending the holidays at horned Mr Howard McElroy is in Louisville this WeekjMiss Marie Maloney of Louisville spent a few days this week with Miss Susie Pope before returning to St CatherinesVMr Herman Purd m of Texas has accepted a position as bookkeeper for Grundy Mclntire Mr W F Spalding of Atlanta Ga spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs Sallie SimmsV Rev Purdom of Texas has moved to the house on Main street formerly occupied by Mrs Tom OBryan Mr C B Roberts after spending several days wIthrelatives ere has returned to Bowling Green where he is employed on the TimesJournal Miss Ethel Bush hsis returned to her home at Chaplin after a visit to Miss Laura Shehan John A Polin returned to Louisville yesterday to resume his law studies in the University of Louisville Frank Willett who spent the holidays here with relatives and friends has returned to Louisville Mr Dmwiddie Lfimpton and bride spent afew days here last week with Dr and Mrs Lampton Miss Annie Sansbury haS gone toI Louisville to reside Rev W H Williams Vj5 in Louisville Mr Evan Rogers and Mrs Fred Hagan spent one day last week with Hon Ben Johnson and family at Bards town Messrs Jack McGhord and John Shuck McElroy have returned to Center College atter spending the holidays at home Messrs Wallace Duncan Robert Mayes and eei have returned to college at Lexington VMr John F Simms is in Chicago Ills I on business VDrvisited in the home of Judge I H IThurmanMiss Rodman JLhurman bas re turned to school at ShelbyvilleV Mrs Gilbert Carpenter has retu Ti ed to her home in Alabama IMrs Margarette Bettis and Miss will leave next week to visit relatives at Ft Scott Kans and Little Rock Ark Misses Hattie and Roxie Wakefield and Hallie Houston of Maud spent a few days last week with Miss Laura Shehan f Miss Susie Pope Iwits3n Louisville Saturday Messrs Harry Shultzi Parker Medley Ben F Simms Jr and J C Sha der Jr have returned to St Marys COllegeVWhitney the little daughter of Mr and Mrs P S Mc lroyis ill of scar letfverVProf A L Jenkins and wife have returnedto their home in Cincinnati Eld Wolf who was recertly called to the pastorate of the Christian church here has moved to this place where he will reside permanently He delivered his first sermon to a Sprinfield audience last Sunday A large crowd was pres ent in the ev arid heard a most 1excellentt t i Y r4I r fIHtt i I NOTICE TO STOCKMAN 1110F SPRINGFIELD AND WASHINGTON COUNTY i Dr W R MORtANv tkif f ff i t g Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist I ttr 15 3 Hast Permanently Located in IStableJ 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE r AND HAVE SUCCESSFULLY HORSES AND lCATTLMI h l L In order to get advertised I will Treat Operate On or Prescribe For any Sick r I i Maimed Horse Cow for VV or the V t LOW FES OF lJOjiThis will only last for one week Beginning Today and Ending next Thursday rj f v 15thitNowfif you have a horse is not doing well now is your time to get him treated at very littler coitil 4V 1 CALL ME AT WHARTON TAPJfS LIVE Y STABLE j v Day Phone No 3 At T P OBryans at Night Phone No ajS fr l 1110a11s Answered Promptlyl t iitiiTV VI 4i tIt tIt I IwTEETH EXTRACTED V WITHOUT PainorDarjgtr All WorkDone in this office Is first in every respect and I just as advertised GUARANTEED OVerMcElroy Shaders Grocery3 wIllleaveMon1day colIJean accomplished musician and will no doubt lease her patrons Mr Howard Masters of near town came in one day last week to have the Sun sent to his son Mr Wesley Mas ters of Glenburn N D for a Christmas present Mr Masters says that in a recent letter from his son he states that he sold over 2000 worth of grain etc that he raised on his farm in the past two years Mr Masters many friends here are glad to learn that he is doing well in his new home Birthday Dinner A dinner giyen by Luhe M Yocum of Willisburg in honor of her thirtieth anniversary December the 25 was at tended by thirtytwo friends and rela tives It was a pleasant and enjoyable event At about one oclock the dining room was thrown open and the guests filed in to partake of the sumptuous re pastV Those present were Mrs Isiah Prather ajnd mother Mrs David Thompson J H Gordon wife and child Mrs DBishop and children JiT Prather and wife H JColvin wife and child E P Bishop wife and child W Hardin and wife R L Thompson wife and children Mrs Dee Shewmaker Ed Grigsby wife arid children A Card of Thank We desire to thank the people of Texas and vicinity for their kindness during the illness and death of my husband and assure them it will never be forgotten MRS RE WHAYNE J9 f yryt MOORtSVILLEV Miss Jennie Logsdon had a nice schoolfhousethere were lots of presents Mr rand Cheatham was Santa Claus Tom Moore Mattie Moore and children and Mrs Ole Cheatham dined with Mr Bert Cheatham christ- mas dayVP H Moore Lucy Ann Moore Julia Cull and Nancy Moore dined with P D Moore Christmas day Lucy Ann Moore is some better at this writing W O Ellis spent last Monday with his daughter Mrs Tea Hardin Mrs Allie Cheatham spent from Monday till Wednesday in Danville Mr Opher Cull was called to Florida to see his thothrVMr Louis Cull spent Tuesday night jn Taylorsville r Mrs Addie Moore and two children spent Christmas with their aunt Mrs Georgia Ludwick at Upatsville Jim Hardesty will move to the Luke Barlow house in Nelson county Jimmie Adriant has left us and Marion Strains will take his place Ham Piles and wife spent this week with her tather Mr Cash Secure a Free Scholarship Now All persons who contemplete entering the Western Kentucky State Normal School on a free scholarship should see their County Superintendent and make application at once provided they have not already dOneso Appointments may be made at any time The MidWinter Term opens January 26tlj and that would be a most excellent time to eri ter Catalog furnished upon application Wiite H H Cherry President State Normal School Bowling Green Ky A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health level since 1 began using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomach liver and bowels working just right If these pills disanpoint you on jtnali money will be refunded at Hay don Robertsons drug store25c tfl = Jll = r = = ttTW- t 71cbrlstmasfust i A ChristmasVfeaa6that will be J j remembered by all hawerepat was given by JrandJ Mrs Ti b Fields of near Mclntire innore their guests Mrs S Grenwell atson E GreenweU Miss Tabltiwi dmot and Little SuSfe Hijdon of Lb nori Those present were Mrs IsabeL Hagan of Loretto Mrs Add K3dV well Mr Tom KidwelLai family ir T J E Higdoh and family Mrl Chrie Nally and family Miss Ttyffa r Miss Praxie Newton Mies May Kfcy Mr Frank Nally arid ifc J cR Ife Cullum MT W II STATEMENTOFTHKCONDTtRZ i bPTHE VFirsti SPRINGFIELD KY Y1f At close of business Decezpbr laibpif L RESOURCES 1 Loans arid D i5c ountsyUnited States Bonds6OQ It 4OveJdraftsCash on hand and due from Banks 1fi f LIABILiTIESt Capit l StockOQOO OS Circulation iv 4t 50 Surplus Fund JT1 Undivided Profits V- Uepoaits i4J 44La 1 Grj ss Earnings for pastsix 788i Bal undivided ofiti f II iasiiDis- posedVof as foHpws Paid dividend No 74 of 6 pexV centJAdded to Surplus Fund 6 cent n iV expenses =t ti PaId GoverpmntTac i oL Reduction on Banking House 1OOOJW Leaving Undivided Profita37241 A c MCELROY Cai f = = h I WeAl e Thankful We desire to most sincerely thank our friends of Washington coiJi ties for their liberal patronage during CI908 and assure them that it was appreciated We are conscious of the fact that we frett t ed you fairly in every instance so1d yougoads at the Iqest possible prices and that all of our customers will testify to tbS fact that the goods purchased were good values VWe will expect a liberal portion of yourpjitronage during IfOf and as sure you of the same fair treatment you hive always received at our hands During the year it will be our desire to sell goods at the LowcstP i ble figures Very truly t 3 jVVrV 1tVV fVSVVt 2 1 Grundy McIntiretSrifIe1dI t J k r fy A T1E S RINGFIELDSUN WJgN X JANUARY Pi t9r Jj tc 1 as sjie 1l i r i orI CAN OU BEAT THIS j 1 lie e Costpf1KKllnsuranc I- AI r vj Li v v 1af oftouisvilleKy f T AGE AGE 20 9I 32 985 44 1211 1 21 433 997 4S 1247 J 22 920 3 100646 1293 23 925 3510i19 47 1335 24 930 3 1033 48 13 90 f 25 935 371 1046 49 1455 ax26 9t40 381 10 64 50 15 32 27i 948 39I083 5I i6J5 h 28o953i 40 IIOl 2 1709 9 962 4 1125tS3 1814 r LV O 9 68 42 1150 54 1934 U i 31 976 43 H78 55 2668 tiJ f ic i t iFOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ON iJ Business Mens Life I Insurance Go Louisville Ky ol It1 r j j p Leea VanrsdaIeI0 IR I d J ilSF 1Ii f1 I k Y tti a Signal Toweir f Copyright 1906 by American Press ANa elation Ten years ago I was employed in f a ilgnai block tower nn railroad These towers are used to operate thee Jedcontr 1llng thesenaph res which l pect the engineers of passing trams ti Tlfeyare raised high above the tracks a Ithoae located out in a sparsely set HA pSuntry are lonely places At that- wine ot the towers were workedc f bfcyPen and l Was one of these 5wtM J Indeed I was a girl of twenty yij duties were not onerous I had ithne for selling or fancywork or mu 5 veryfF j i4 i lay colleague of the day watch fp our nartera in spick and span CiS tipnwJth plants In the windows plwleM everything to make the place- 3wineUke Our tower was some distance from L jany house but I was never lonely or Lfrald t rar the approach of danger rr HLW Pock e1f ni and with arms el u ammunition the place had great lid mjfes for defense But I never tkoeght of defending myself for I could see no reason why I should be taIOne Evening shortly before dark I onofa vjMqijiding and suddenly looking back if t 1 saw a man standingin the ioniL He was quite respectably dress I jbut there was something in his feel I did not like Bowing to me aefcent lly he said r ra9h me for this intrusion T J jMadL the music and was surprised jjSl it should come from a railroad tower lam very fond ot atik and your voice is delicious Wfl lyou mind my sitting here tak Si a tfthneyou8ihg thas not deceived by his smooth Viiijpie jJbut what could I do I must mMJvdMeptloa by deception I ap Ytred flattered by his approval and ont1nued nay singing though with a sabllng yoiqe was In e j ioamlng hrWa8v rY appro ate but i was not thinking of the ramlng J was thinking how j might i4mtwlt some nefarious scheme I was fare1the man had in view It occurred me to play Miss Simplicity As soon Ivhad finished the sons I bejran fo i y FpRE- uRALCIA f SGATLCAH i1 EST S ESsIN- lr TTOMACH- ESS 7t t 1It r fr taI n out mug hOW l doted 4nait anil how I felt an immediate liklpg for an o who loved It Butr jihe man- son turned the subject to my work as 1m all manner of questions wii regard to Itthe levers the seina ph res and hotI threw the trains on to the I judged fromtthls that he was there rather with some object in view con me ted with the railroad than myself personally I made it appear that X was pleased to tell him what he wished to know and talked incessantly In or de that I might keep him on that sub Jec t hoping tor stave off any intentions he tnl lit jute with regard to ow suppose he said meIshould come along Whatsw train The Bentfordexpress Welll you wish to put It on the rlrfht track What do you do I I jjiill this ever ffAna if you wished it to take the rJ ht andUckot tie If a short dis 1ceup the track what would you doe mythandIon tHin Its very Interesting What a simple system when you once know It fvery j He looked at the clock rather nervously I thought and listened There wis adlstant rattle of a train Vis that the express he asked 11 have nodoubt It Is Che expression on his face began to chan The interested look he had thjiisj ijar worn gave place to one of roe oltitlon ae walked back and forth pud IS8wbtDJ put his hand to his hip I all satisfied that this was to make stare his weappj was In its proper JJl Cetthoug111 did not see why he ed r glrMIke me Perhaps b6 was going to shoot the engineer h n the train came wltliin a short dIStance of the tQw er 1 stepped to the leVers and put my hand on one of them M visitor stoopeat evidently so as not 7t below Not that he s from behind not that onethe other Throw the train on the right hand track of theYi jl h and a click and looking back aw the muzzle of a revolvei pointing at me I puirc r ever hji ordered tDeto pull and the train wen thunder I g b JTaking a pair of nippers from his kot Ute mail cut the wlre cohn J Y tclegraphGintrnment withtl1e math Ilene and taking a nle e of the t t 1 DR MIIs ANTIPAIN PILLS dR III u rrl wire vitn him ran out ana nurriea doWn the stairs I locked thedoor and staggering to the window looked out He was running after the train He turned and said Goodby sweetheart You sin like II nightingale As soon as he was out of sight I fell on the floor In a dead faint Then coming to myself I got up and weak as I was danced When he had aske me how to throw the train on to the wrong course I had told lifm the way to put It on the right oneII was called on the wire from an other station and not replying a mes senger was soon sent to learn the cause of my silence Since there was no damage done the missing wire was the only confirmation of my RtOryIt was enough and I received a liberal visitors Intention was rreWardMY It was doubtless In the train and It HELOISB AMES How to Piper Calcimined Walls looms whose walls have been white w shed or calcimIned present a dIm cult problem when one wishes to paper them The usual method Is to size the wMla with a sticky preparation of mo lasses Vinegar milk or glue toukl11 the lime so that the paper will stick A much better way that has proved perfectly satisfactory is to simply wet up the usual paste with vinegar in stead of water and add 5 cents worth of glue for each ordinary sized room Brush the walls well with a dry broom to remove any dust or loose particles put on the paper In the usual way and be assured that It will stay therei The Springfield Sun LOO per year The Sun and CourierJournal 150 CXXXXOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO r w IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOURASK YOUR GROCER R Pride of Washington or 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good dwelling good tobacco barn plebty o tObacco land Close to church and school Price 40 per acrec No 4255 acres in Nelson county 3 good tarns good dwelling the farm- in grass Price 60 per acre lIJo5167a res 7 miles from Spring some cedar posts good dwelline and barn Close to church and school On good pike Price 15 per acre No 10 103 acres 7 miles from Springfield 15 acres df timber plenty O land new tobacco barnj large dwelling well watered fine- orchard Close to depot and pngodd pike Jce35p r acfr t No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield dr good Dike seven Town dwelling repair 15 acre tarn plenty of grass and well- watered Good stock barn Pnpe 80 perjacre fromtgpocl pike 3 miles from depot 1 l ftom school and church good stock barn 60 acres di fine bottom land 600 rods of stone fence Price 32 per acre lro20215 acres 9 miles from Springfield dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres of fine timber fine orchard plenty of grass Price 3250 get acrci No 22121 acres 6 miles from y Springfield good dwelling dri goodI vpik young drchard good barn and fine water Price 15 per acre i 01 fromaSptobacco barns will hold 15 acres oftO bg co 1 mile from Maud some timbM 1 land1fiUfenced No25248acresS room dwe3ling- iri yyd fine- cistern at barn fine stock bftMaH the arm in grass well watered ess than 3 miles from graded s hdplpirice 40 4peracre No 38180 acres 6 Armies from Springfield on a good most of farm in rass good sixjx m dwelling good stock barn W IInced plenty of stocl watergood nYirlrfnc 35era re No 412W acre 7 miles from Sjringfie1d nitotjebnofln w room f U tJ r c9ri j I neyj failing spring yErd hoOse spring good orchar- dpJIltYJQtilllfruIt10acretobac io b 11 to out plenty fiffbacco land plenty of grass 4ce r acre No 45140 acres 1 mile from school h6uaein Springfield Ky small dwell cedwel1i1ETaS8 Price SOper acre No 4698J cres7 miles from Springfield on a good pike all the farm tobacco land hew tobacco barn godd dwelling well fenced Price 3750 iperacreSNo 47 Town pIoperty of all kinds aDd prides Ifyoiwanta town home call and see me I haye anythin you want at any price No 5fJ20 acres 4 miles fro- mISpringfiedon good pike good 9 room dwelling one 12 acre tobacco tarn plenty of grass farm situated in ijei or best neighborhoods in the 3ty all lime stone land and fine to land Price 75 per qcre- t n r 98165 acres 4 miles from Ld i mile from pike 8 miles from ifie1d Ky 7 in 4 repaIrgC roomdwel1li uthundin co Aplenty of water grass rder good fence rIce 25 per 946 cres7 miles from Spring ti good spike good small house teJ ftI oichard some tobacco- iosC to church and school Price 4i I I EZIII it LOOK AT THESE1 lI44Ztt+ Cheaper YuCap Hoqse r Pricet1 in I all one a a a Real Estate Man KY R Su00S II No 6318Oacres 5 room dwelling tuilberfipfencePricefromSpringfield tobaccobarntry some bottom land plenty of grass dnd water Price 4250 per re- lNo67 200 acres 7 miles from on good pike 6 room dwell ing jn good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good buggy shed and all out ildings20 acres of fine bot landPriceNo 68180 acres 8 room brick dwell ihg in repair well fenced fine river bottom land jilenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre No 69150 acres small house fine river bottom jand plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre No lQ144iacres good dwellingS acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bot torn land well fenced plenty of upland for tobacco some Jmb r Price 60 per acre J dwellinginwatered RpiBty of grass good fence plenty ofttoeacco land on good pike 6 miles frpi Springfield 7 miles from- IaebanqnPrice 33 per acre i 44 No125 ad4s 4 mile from Sp eld on g J 1 me from sJj pond close huI5od6 roon j nt fine stock barn p1entyofl r plenty ot locust posts fine hard good fence Price 25 ppr acre No75277j acres 1 mil from obarnplenty of grass and water Price OOOIo acres frpm Leb anon 5 miles from Springfield on good repairgbodnty of grassall necessary out build goodfenceNo83 67iacretJ7milesl from Springfield 1 nile from good road 3 room dwelling in good repair 4 acre tobacco barn t64gias 2 tenceAfrmSpringfieldonbig rin good repair 6 acre tobacco barn new stock barn buggy house 2 good Dwells rood spring plenty of- posts 35 per acre No 9027O acres 9 room brick dwell ing in good repair all of farm well fenced 2 good tobacco barns 80 acres of first bottom rest second bottom one of the besttobacco farms in the coun readyfprchurch Price 50 per acre No 92 13Q acres 6 miles from pi ingfield on good pikemile from sihpol and church in Pleasant Grovq r igbborhoodrObm dwelling 1 acre fine9pungf perdraNo94House and lot in Fenwick cHeap No 96136 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike 6 room dwell goodstockbArngood tobacco land well watered plenty of grass Price 35 per acre No fi9133 acres 8 miles from Springfield r room dwelling 8 acre to lIeatItrees Close to school church and depot Price 30 peracre No 6215Q acres 8 room dwelling 4 acre tobacco barn good stock barn some tihiber all in grass wllwathr ed plenty of fruit mile from church 1 mile from schooL Price 45lper acre a LI1 e1 TIlE REAL ESTATE MAN a tIh 7 SPRINiSFIKLD KENTUCKY Ij t r I v v j v 77 lliV r J h c i sjt6V4tf lINezlfDY Tending the Turkey Jones had intended going to meet the company expected for Thanksgiv ing dinner b tIWednesday at office had been chaos and there were still two stories to write when he hurried across town to get hssubir ban tratn Thee sto ries had to be in the hands of the printers Friday morning Wednes day evening he was to escort his wife and a party to a Thanksgiving Eye ball and of course after the cOmpany flame there would lie no time to writeSo it was arranged that Jones should stay at home Thanksgiv- Ing morning and get those two stories on paper rhiie his wife went to town aft erthe guests Now Henry befrnin1sled J will be gone a long time and I want you to be sure and watch that turkey promisedI know you wont almost sobbed Mrs Jonesuyou will get so interested in the plot of those stories that you will forget alf about tile dinner and let it burn Why my dear I iYes Henry I know your intentions are goOd3but I am an experienced woman and you know how many tlites I have had to say I told you so- Then she went away to the train a tim little figure in brown in a Be coming magenta hat Jones sat down 4pjils typewriter ana began working out a grudge longstanding How the keys tattled as he let the narrative he was producing run from his finger tips One ot ttie stories was finished and the other begun when he chanced to think of the baking turkey left to h1s tender mercies Whew r mustnt forget that or Mrs Jones will never forgive me Tie exclaimed dashing into the kitchen where the aroma of roasting meat greeted his nostrils Throwing open the door of the oven he discovered to his horror that the turkey seemed to be burned fast to the pan He tried to pry it over with the basting spoon but the bird would not budge Jones granted his dfapletfspre and attacked the gobbler with lhe co4ilddoil the joyen when he endeavored to roll they turkey over That thing has got to be turned somehow he mentally anathematized grfibblnk the pan in his bare hands and floor attempting to haul it onto the With a cry of pain he let the pan slip amlstuck his burned fingers in his mouth soot and all When Jones fixed the furnace he wore a pair of old gloves Remember ing this he dashed madly into the cellar donned the gloves and once more attacked the offending bird This time he managed to get the turk y from the oven and setting the pinvtipwn upon the spotlcw rflpor he proceeded with a fixed expression of refaenge to turn that turkey on its other side tI Und just as he had Jerked it loose and flopped It oer he heard voices in the hill and Mrs Jones approached Grasping the pan by each side he made haste to replace it in the oven IQ some unaccountable way a drum stick caught the pan slipped and just as Mrs Jones opened the kitchen door a look of suspicion on her face that rascally turkey flopped clear of tile pan sped straight under Jones f eland deliberately tripped him up Arc you riding the turkey to Water Mrs Jones asked scornfully as Jones floundered about on the kitchen floor And then the humorous side aj pealed to her and her laugh brought a half dozen guests just In tIne to see Jones fllsappaar up the back stairway toward the bathroom Inasmuch as he closed the door promptly and locked It none of the party ever heard just what he said they Imagined enough lo do justice to the occasion- 000Flub Dubs jWe cannot all own automobiles Te rest of us have to belong to ne quick and the dead class fWe cannot all leaimhe bandbijt bir jingo Im takin lesions on the big bass drum l H ff A If all were star Vpwho would drop peanuts Into the fit rtS vIS9 iiy mother who forgives and forgets J1 11 t r tr rT 4 q 4 i I 1Guide rs are repra IN tented im sat advertising columns everyIWTJiefacttkattJieyr support Our advertising columns cmpritt a Buyers Guide to fair geods 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F9lrthYenue LoUtevilK Ky 1 rk i i i ttl S T 0 3 TIE SPRINGFIELD SUN WESNESPAY JANUARY 6 1909 t lt tJ Jilt ii + t Ji anij7 Hornlecksthe Jt I Conversion J t BYCE G PEABODY jt1 Cotl vItifM ar and t ftke rid flowers were running riots rover the mesas as QriTy the wild flow jn of California caq when once coaxed 5 Stit by the warm spring rains The ash toSroc y tibowh1ers was now raised byithe melt ISS UM4ows In the mountains to the dig iftYcDfa turbulent river Hobbling Qng the road like a coSSth BertialnrolHnin the mudsald old Seth jas mudencased he paused be moppedJe YOji v TIii Ifense of economydid duty for a erchlefzi Welch severely It1w oula1 thatanendman IkJir j Bin llidlnt old man Hornbecc good by lnterruptedLa le blandly Has Ibi hML iyin down there by the bend near Jhewash thtVIVIfliwfIIIabecW so straightforward an hogesh t V th4mylIfeii tfF Jiiftre J am ryjfto husk my punkins hVptJirts an commence right wVliSSoft5r aiat Newby When that man Newby comes around me walkin on his toes like Aicat an snlellin of hair oil an oussednOss I always feel like lioldin f gatowevery Krtlr lrrk At Tf t J i VwSt he git ashamed of it an quit- wheniOiev boom busted but hung on like tie toothache when you are 40 a5Iitt1ethere by them blue gums got so poor r that they couldnt afford Tto hire a preacher Newby volunteered to fin the pwlpit foi what he Cod find on the plate That wasnt much but itt aJJc an was wHat He was after utg a an next 4i thinI heard was that he had sold I Hornbeck his tenatre down f Sear the wash for 5OQO which was r Wghway robbery Hornbeck hadntSJjeen here long before he commenced NcS v away Ithathe had something on his f1 mlnd t had a pretty good idea what twasL top for tie wasnt the first man d to isee areaf1liht In this settlement t Seth1 said he one day to me I l3 that man Newby honest Well said I 1 saw Newby grand other yesterday an shestfII Jl jshad her false tee th But then she ttkn w Newby before she had any use r fdif false teeth an I suppose she knows enough pow to keep her mouth k hut when Newby Is around If it Newbyl nJsJced1fm said IIornbck withi- 1 mdlgnatjcn if them orange trees f I wasF1itdid Newby say anything about them ibela Australians trimmed in to k IooklIke the Washington navel rightW83an he said that It was just as good i a rights my neighbor had and that he raised duclcsl riJ2 So he does said I but did New By say anything about thOrn ducks be ekinsIa what git along better with t out waterVtfS0th said he klndferboleinnHke Isallranchait 1 cant afford to lose itV H nbeck says I youre stuck I An there aint no usf denyin It iBverybody arpuncLjieret knows It hut iYJ1f an itV was 3ae iWat you was gVaspili the situation by has bin S1tjflr to unload that claybank on somet 70J1 mot the last ten years Now there YCJScant expect to stay on this rant h a Janice a Hvln Youd have to putt mLnrzi n it Uinycu could ever dream jof lakin off Now virhatypuw nt to 11Sfj1ge 1iolIshoi 1kap 71 oti to Lh ffil cndeqDf4u Ir that OJie Iit1 p- Si Sr Y i L But I Cantdsaid he 1 neVer beat a man In rny life an Im wo tho1dWell about two weeks laW I saw Hornbecjk again an he drew me aside saldVIve bin thinkin the matter over an Ive about come to the con that I have been denyin myself Vconsolationofage Wen I laughed ran jVsllaughed an then I commenced an0laughed all over again for omnbeck a reputation for free thihkln that nadi followed him and extended over tpree countiesIthat the real laugh was yet tb come There aint no joke said he as solemn as an owl IVe seen the error of ihy ways an henceforth I walk the s r ightmd nlrrov wayVcWeJl sa1d1If you hold on to religIonVeflV1r hi spite of what he said prepare me for what he knew WO did beJan awful shock you could hav featqerIiwh n eard that he had been to church You never saw such a change me ove a man in your life as came ieIlgfonBefrean tell unny story with the best of us But now he went around with his lnymodnU an s akin his head an groarin youfeelto Newbyjhe was tile biggest walkin tombston4 around here nI sawthat Ne yby was gittin little heivous for ffean that HornbecM was after job hisS Well one Sund y I was comin alotfg the road hdvin bin huntin WhlsMl met Hqrnhpck an Newby on eir way church Seth said H rribeck we are about to feed the Jner man after a feast of the soul ddwn at the church d r the beautiful uldance of Broth Tewby Will orjineus an while e at chicken jistfen to the beautiful theIWell that word chlcencaught me i J Avent alongV Mrs Hornbeck has reputation for co kin anVI knew I w ould be taken cat of besides I saw at Newby didnt want me along so went just tcr spiie him Well sir ornbeck was yerjl quiet during the eal and looked afe if he had some hlng 01 his mind that was worryin h When the meal was over he rned to Newby aiid said Brother I havb had a terrible eight upon my oul ever since I nel the church asaw the blessed ght an I fear for theV welfare knQwhewhat his intentions may have 1pin the past but he is in doubt h 9w to make the roper retribution Some time ago this man discovered old on the land of inother Now in tei of niakin his discovery known the ovner hecjncealed the fact an bought the labc for what It was orth for farmin opt rposes Id saw Newby set up with a sudden atartan turn kinder green nn white arotnd his gills utI didnt knpw t that time that Hornbeck hii roVIped a gold nugget on the plate that mornin at church II Was it wrong forhim to secure this land with the r secret knowledge fiornbeckleananxiously Vrong gasped Newby holdin p his hands in horror why he will be lost forever unless he allows the po Orl man he robbed at least a portion of his illgotten gainsl II 1 m in doubt in diubtsaid Hon eciwV1thb a groan Hes lost if he doesnt exclaimed VebyFfesd rn fopl if he does said I tell sir for moren four weeks thoplatn e an a nugget on An ver time that he done It Newby woufd twist and squirm an try to look pleasant hut he made a mighty poor job or Vitim banged if I dldht git in the Vhablt of gointb church every Sunday just to see Nowby squirm t j Itpstasd iiiscwcredh efoc he bought it It didnt surprise me iiuch foVlRy up aginV the mou thatothey would find gold around there somewhere Butwhat tickled mi was tie fact that Harobeck was cute enough to keep It still an git Newby to idt the place go linger the impres ivnjtljat he was seHin it to a sucker sir vhen I really grasped the situation I laughed mlVI thought I Au evea time I saw NTownx I would hold mvEr1r s nn 1al1gh agin An then Newby would shake his head an groan an then pass on Ilkejatoan goin to his ovn funeral vbrried me was Hornbeok gittin Religion for when a man gltk religion as bad as Hornbeqk did there is no jtellin where he is golnto breaK UjulV tl at amras to work upon kornbeck un til heifmade him think that it was his lut the ranch back an I no way of headin him tor iy time that I tried to speak tottJornbeck aboutlt and tell hfinnQt dVOflflk1IVVothniepcerieftfjhlm in dlsZustVt ell sir the way that Newby went t Hdibeck was Wfiaiitlfnl tn see Ho ieadied aR ri orvQW rrOlse1n ons on TJhe Curse of Wealth LogM bonesty an MoralTheft an every I 5ne of them was aimed straight at tlornbeck who wouidVVtwist an squirm jVVVS 1Ltrr zi I around on his set An never once dd he miss droppin a gold nugget one plate an once when the sermon was extra powerful I saw him drop twojW4ll yesterday Hornbeck looked me up an asked me to come up an take dinner with him Newby would be there he saidSV fAll I Ill come to Uge youbesides ItV would be a ame if you had to throw away any that chicken VWellappetltefdrfairly started before Newby come inenced to worry Hornbeck by insinu alnf that his mansion in the skies had beljtistin I set right across from Newby an I managed to git in tine good kickson his shins but he kept them out of tl setIt ere an eat chicken powerless tonh myself Well finally Hornbeck broke down an commenced sobbin Vll each Jldt while I felt like vringin that miserable Newbys neck made up my mind that I would dor H too just as soon as the chicken was gone anI Oh brother brother sobbed b ck if Lhadnt found it If I hadnt fcjimd it If I could only git down toe Downey country an spend the rest I o my life workin among them poor aIImostpage of my UfeOh Itl hadnt found It hadnt found tP rVell now that you have found it said Iln disgust you had better hang on to it VIgo down to the Downey country an carry the light tot e poor lost souls asked Newby wjatchin Hornbeck as a dog does a r 4tVI cant he groaned This ranch hangs lIkE a millstone around my neck If I was only free I would gfad lgOi Brother said Newby as if struck by a sudden thought why not sell the r nchwould buy it myself if b1essedcaUEerother sobbed Hornbeek seizin h tUB of Newbys hand an wringin it would it would make me the h p pi est man on the face of the earth I feel it In my heart that it should belong to you of all persons askedNewby deeILslfhnow an I have made some Improve ments Say 5500 an I will be free ft move to the Downey country an save soulVSee here Hornbeck I began shortj said he IouslyVjII Til give you 6000 Hornbeck I shouted Sethsaid he earnestly I Wot Id- PferertOh ave this ranch pass Into the godly man Ifi you would anVyou the papers brother said sadly to Newby the tempt eir is abroad an I may fall VIWell sir Im derned if that miserable Newby didnt have a deed all rpady drawn with the exception of the Trice 1 grabbed my hat an was leav iiif disgust when Hornbeck asked me to remnin an take his acknowledg younow1 e wbu d give me a dollar It I would onlylancei loncy consented TQJ the last time Hornbeck said I youI5evbVTurn from thy evil ways an see the blessed light groaned Hornbeck ii turn Thai sottled U1 I took the dern ddlepi ted idiots acknowledgement n fletVVel this mOrrilnl went up to bid Um god by an collect the dollar tha le owe me IwJTsnt any too soon Ploinbeck with all his household tf 1 Hided on a lutnber wagon was tin nin on the main road on his way for DoviieyVSet i said lieas we shook hands nine th church Theres more in jit tjhan you have any Idea of GIddap tQo4anyJust then Newby come runnin up all out f breathV4Bro herHolnbecltBrj th r yII Whar said 4Hornbeck In lilshqrses and tJienseeinwho It was lie said VV4G6odby brother put thy faith In tjlie Lord an be happy Giddap tBut Brother Hornbeck Brother HontbexJkT cried alongside of the wag Xebrm1tlln that is you knowr found VVFound that J had been beat KOU miserable scoundrel roared Horn beck Giddap VTell sir when 1t dawned upon me that Hohibeck had been simply work in Newijy tbjinload the ranch u Jon him 1 flti1lq daYn in the middle of theiroad a6 rolled an laughed an- augheuiJ lIed Thats howl Jlm toboiudjat ApJ while It ain t for me to ctl Ie libt1 beln a church member Regular standing It did seem to rrie that Newby when hQ stodt- 1iere in the middle of the road his flit at the disappearln Shftiln sed language that was not b for a man who is supposed to ter to the spiritual welfare of the jieo I7e In this here seUlementi V 4VSV 1JVVVIV jltVV 4SVV SV VV- VVSV f V- vBaneymoon In Box Car New York Couple Caught In St Paul Minn on Wayto outh DakotaHusband and Wife Latter In Mans Attire With Clipped Eraid df Hair In Coat Pocket Are Arrested A honeyinbon In a freight car was brought to nIl t end by the police of St Paul MVITLUV when they arrested a man and a woman who said they are Mr and Mrs Max J Bender or Jew York TlE woman was attired in mans clothing and carried her severed braid of hair in a pocket 6r the coat he yusweuring The couple were found In a box carL o1 the tracks of the Lake Shore ear Seventyfifth street and were CrossingstaINew York a few weeks ago and that they were on their J to South Dakota where they to a home I They said they hajl no money and were obliged to resort to a freight car for Railroad found Bender and his wife in the car and Mrs Bender did not disclose her sex until after the braid of hair which she said cut off before she left New York was found of in her coat pocket Tjien in 7 Sixteen pretty girls who will gradu ate usV nurses from Francis Willard hospital 34H South Lincoln street Chi cngo arc just now having the time of theIr lives VVThey have the of the into paying every for an ride a thea ter party or a dinner for thy entire sixteen They achieved this by a cute feminine track which left Jthe doctors no for escape The doctors who have been stung are doing their part h evening one of the on the staff must take the girls out on sonic kind of a junket Irs either an auto ride a or a ride He must course the girls as their escort anti ho mere nulif except the victim is allowed in the party The are divided into threo classes Chins X t 1 gets off easy They must take the girls fast spin through the city In at a cost of GO Class O2 must take the girls out in n tcost of ThV A shirt waist dance held near Tus ten countj N Y drew all the young tot miles Till word that no one would be admit ted he or she wore a shirt waist out many of this The tirelt was the Shirt Waist Inlt It wits led by Miss LUll and both have hair and Miss waist was aV and Mr ne thjae mace by his was a in polka The first square dance wasa and the first dunce The The In the 1 4 she te her and said Vell Max 1 guess we just as well tell Vail about it We are not and we have to be of I am a little of in these This is my wife said and I must bat we were on our honeymoonVI have auy money and she didnt ht anything and we to get away from New York ve talked it over after had been and we boh to take a trip to South and try to make some kind of a home there VV IV r iHEC CARTIntehded establish translortatiollVemployees summoned policemenV she wrapped inpiece newspaper riagelceremony q had to go to work there intil 1 got money to rent a house My wife to work too and to get the moneyVMy wife cut off her braill of tmir and In mans we know It would next to for us to make tIle trip Jf she wore her own I gave Jier an old suit of mine and she put them on Mrs Is years old nnd her twentyfive tIr4 Trapped by Pretty Nursesr- Young Women Graduating Class of Chicago Hospital Fprce Doctors to Entertain Them at FetesFor Entire WeekV invelgled physicians Institution evening automobile loophole Tciilly- Kadi physclans theatcrparty carriage of accompany physicians oiigaysHToisobiles carriages Heres what Ir costs clas r Np 3 for one r io Four boxes at for 8J glrfs frjr sixteen 32 Four cabs to nnd from 16 Total 5iaj Of course the girls wont stand for their to stand for the that go with each And Mt all a Joke Miss Surah wa the Slip her secret to the other of the class and then the were r When the fit the they were ask uu f t r rUes or drives Each Phj cian his aid It was down hh Then he buck oCt The girls VV s Was to Avoid at a a lYork Rural Sullivai people around uTileas brought different varieties attIreVV grand named Parade Thirty couples participated Patterson Crirlcs iJIooraer sbVire selected because red Pattersons homemade peekaboo Rloomers covering slstorlivlaw jiretty desIgn Vlflt5V Clothesline Quadrille round Vringer twostep dancers quadriLlE carried turnejjl husband might criminals nothing afraid although ashamed myself clothes WQHian Bender confess didnt decided thcmarV performed agreed LVilota planned enough together intended helpme dressed herself clothes because impossible clothes Bender twenty hUsbnUdVIS eveuingVplcasure theuter cte11 7- 2FIovcrs xwAViSuppei atV2nVtheaterV escbrts being stingynntl llYldlfln1s compelled accessories junket started through Walker originator imparted members doctors ensharedV physicians appeared luspltal uytueii cfeleftutomobtlerid unwittingly carriage expressed i1 promptly jotted Inquisitor nsJjuwlJt- lltt 1Vfl5 stung they wouldnt lettJ epI posLslDIe Strains Nedk ai Dance-r Fair Maiden Trying Kiss Uni9Affa Hejdji New District t plecus of clothesline and the twostep wus syiuboiiLed by short halts during which the dncers wrung pieces of linen clothThe best liked dance a gornmu wns styled the llubbtos Board The favor given during tills dance proved very popular During a pause each man trIedV to kiss his fair om nero the latter drawing her head back quickly so thnt his Mips pressed linr cljpek Insteati of her lips One young woman jerked tier head so Bud denly that her neck muscles were strained The floor manaeer then Ifltqp the jrlrfs that it wiiViC betteji tn lean a little forward auil nM dislocate tlie joints AftirVfiIt V t i f wVe Us ea x verv time Ubu aOUjriU cf Ui sing in 8n rfd tlin mush lnn tCplay Pop Goqa 10 Wasel I VVVVr SUBSCIIIERS FREE ernutIlf WD Claybrooke lias for sate k lot of baled straw Will deliver in SpriDf neldV W P lMemtfc Springfield haa 1orV sale full blooded hogi 5itpnces to suit purthasei also one Here ford bullregisteredV VStatRouteturkeys Toms 3 hens 2VVVV la1thoroughbredhens 150 i LebatxthKyIale StJ Rhode Islapd Reds llets V50ceaTheje1 i f Mrs Sam Tucker t R 1 has forgalev 112 Indian Runner DuckVI have a nice lot of jpure M B tur ShensdrdelatoI1ceuIXmas Miss Eliza Mclntire R R D l5 phone 99DV 1 Mrs J R Claybrooke Rt3 has J for sale thoroughbred Bourbon Recti Toms 3hens 2V 7 IIIJIaIaaI Read This If you want a home VatidVtVV come to see meVk Farm of 135 acres in one mile ofV Springfield dwelling 2 tobacco blmCplenty of grass plenty of tobacco land well fenced and Willjsell on easy terms Or cash Price XXXL Good 7 room dwelling on ont of the Ibeststreetsm Springfield good stable J good well 6VdhouseHouse 10 rooms 2 acres of groundSstable fine garden hen bottf c house fine pastures in fact eyeryingVnecessary 210000 This property is only on the market for a short time If you want any ofif call onor write meatonceVV VI 2DHLAIcVEVi Real Estate Agent riofeJdtY J IIi I IILIVf r CLUBBING RATES WlTlIV VVLOUISVILLE DAILIES j l iw The Sun and The Louisville jg i JWlTheJournal except SundzyVVVSame including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier VtVVV Journal any three days 1ftf4Vtheweek- B71 TIe Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any threeVVV days in the week jViXV t months2V30T-he Sun and the Sunday CirSierJoumnal one year 280 t1V The dulyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one vearu 4Vt J fA Mild Laxativ- eForBabysBoujs ttedor Pit its Out Dangers tf Plllc V1VV Cathartics cathartJa1aredarigerous cjilldren or delicate worumiiaysatr known doctor Neither should they be given med cJ1Cil ontalning narcotici IIfi stomach or bowel trOubles It would be for mothers to heed t1ffwnrnlngtlnd keep on hand a bottle or Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep m for baby arid herself and for any member of the family that has need of a lax t1V87 a stomach remedy It is safe and pleasant to take vand has cured old people of chronic constipation and dyipie1a of many years standI gandyet ia harm less for a baby as many a happy mother r can testify It brings Tta ral dally WxW j meats sweetens the stomach aids dl estlori and stimulates the torpid liver tVproper action The children like it Lat r athers the popular hotel jt in Ikr utjapolis says The children like it jwo nfl use it and would nor Ht without it the house Mrs Mattie Crouch Tipiunville Tens cured her 5 months old baby of indigestion with itKraAlmoh Willis Jamaica Vt says it viI her babys life Mrs A Th cunningham Fresno Calif says she cant keep houe without ItVIt cured her little ion of rheumatism and stomach trouble Mrs Flora Hebrew Bow Creek Ken says Dr C ldeUsSYtlpP8ptiSn cured my little girl of coiwUpaton IIcannot recommend your splendid remedy too highly for children Mrs Mary E Young Burlington la writes I cheerfully rscomiuouud it to mothers as the best laxative for ahiMreni Mrs Alice Miller Canal Dover Ohio has used Dr Caldwe la SyriiF PepsI with splendid results as II laxitive for children All druggists sell Jtat5lclUMl 1M per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co Hfl CaH e1VBldS Monticello ilL wJU send a free sample to any one WM MV5Sused it and Will give it a fair trial FoV saU by Th Rtd CroM priiitwrit tl i