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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1w ir t i j t t d THE SUN AND LOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR 350 Subscribe Today f M p J bc rnffth 1 UU f j fpi r4 J 1t r DEVOTED fcO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f f 4 fii I 1 x 0 1 i 7 YILVME y ti SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1909 IUIIEIit IANEW SAILOR IFOR THE OLD SHIP I have purchased The Springfield Sun and will continue the publication of the paper in this city Jnsiming the editorial and business nanag eritof The Sun ram fully 4awareof the responsibilities resting up oh me Indeed I consider the task an arduous one one that will require strict attention and much hard laborI to adequately perform yet I by ivigmy undivided tune to hel 7 Sun and its job department that my f1 iprts will in a me sure be crowned with uccess 1have always found that hon 4et endeevor seldom meets with defeat jr clisajppointmerit Therefore I am launching upon the Journalistic sea with Confidence and hope as my guides and I can but persuade myself that the vo eisgOlng tpjbe per watersjas calm as aj VhichthJe barques of country j4rli are now sailing I want the friendship of every man Certainly I want the enmity of none and I ihall try to do those things which will win frend i and support for The 4 Sun By this Lotwant it under stood that heSill have no opin ions apipr even a smalUpaper lacking couragertO express itself has alwayS seemed tdme like broken ma chwwy in th 6 scrapiron ptlea thing good for nothing oUthidOthe junkdeal etM c0nfinesra meaningless babble in Wes affair theoefore The Sun in the future as in the put will occasionally taVe issue with people in the advocacy ofcprinciPles which its editor believeth be right For example I believe the principles taught by the Democratic pay are right and that their fulfillment will 7nen thk most goo- dnumbeznequently to tfewta fc The Su will con AND IESTS OF STARS IN YESTERDAYS EAST AND ON TilE SEA i Suneetl And goodbye But a mel iow sky neatjof stars and a sent ment jals sweet as the Rosy Lips of Love are mine No brewing storm no lowering clouds and the graceful ihadowii like mantles of gold fall over precincts dearer to me than any in aU world The goodbye uland theheart rises and billows in an ocean of i the memories of many Yest light the way of all of iny ift orrows Sunriael Arid in the wake of the awn a llance pi light kisses the bosom the jcUrnalistic sfafr Hugh Lee Smith 5 On No4ernber3O 1904 The Springfield Therecepuon 1given it by the Dubwas pleasing to the owner FromthEbe inning the par hag enjoyed a liberal patronage fThe subscription list grew rapidly The merchants and business men ofthe town aricj county were soon convinced otthe efficacy of The Sun as an ad- vertisingJ medium and for over four lyears the paper has enjoyed a most lib eral patr onage of this nature The job department has never suffered for work btOD the other hand it has necessary to burn mid meet the demands of In a word The Suu hasf Emet witi success for which the re e 4 e past e a yearsI Ir3rithhasbeen connected iSiin andi much of the credit is due him tfor the and growth of the par per During all that time he has been 4eyoted tlo bis he has never failed- i to strike whilw the iron wad hot and I gladly give to him much of the credit for successfully steering The Sun to the ports of success I am glad is tp I am glad lam leaving The pete t hands Having upw1th the business he isac 4c ti to espouse the6ause of Democracy WhiletIrani yet a young man I have f long agpHlearned that the farmer is the most nt in our great na tional sum Hisfcause is one that should have the support and advocacy of every man Every tine I see a field of torn a field of wheat ia patch of tobacco or a meadow of blooming clover I am reminded that iri these products are the elements of our prosperitythe very essence of ours great commercialism and I am forcibly reminded that the farmer is not only the communitys benefactor but that through his benefactions the nations of the world exist From his labors we extract our happi nessandcontentment I shall not be ungrateful to him his cause will be the cause of The Sun arid I most earnestly hope the paper will be able to dssist him if only in a small way by advocat ing those things which will mean his betterment j Just a few mpre sords I bought The Springfield Sun because I believe it is good newspaper property I paid a good price for it bujt not too much It has always made money and I believe it will continue to make money Ihope more than ever before Now may I notI ask my friends and the friends of The Sun to assist me in this undertak ing Help me to make this venture the tide in my life0 that will carry my ship to thatjbprt where the Gods of Destiny crown all comers with success- I wilt never call upon you for a dIe line because r will never need one tjut I will call upon yifor encouragement and assistance those twp things that SUNSET SUNRISE ELLLOtW SKIES CLOSING l4YA ROSY J iAND A 8JAZING A LANCE OF LIGHT falls thiwjde of mSun Oftehb1en olthePeo success duty he succerdme grown estI J quainted with every detail therefore there can be no doubt about the continued success ofithe business I have pever known a Tore honorable young mal have never one in whom it would be safer to repose a trust For one and two months at time 1 have been away from home and have always felt satisfied that the office was be ng properly managodk1ndeec1 had Mr Smith not been reliable and com petent I should pOt have sold to him The paper is a part of my life I want to see it climb highenn the scale of public opinion I rant to see it thrive and under no circumstances would I have placed its destinies in incompetent or reckless hands With Mr Smitteas editor and proprietor of jThe Sun I can safely promise to the subscribers a good safe reliable country paper 1 believe I have many friends in Washington county1ItgOld to say goodbye to them not say adieu and flutter a 1 feel closer to these people than to any people in l the worV They have been good jto me tiey have been loyal their godspeeds have been as roses along the paths 1 have traversed and their encouragement and help have been as lhtfromtheskies- tIt is a waste of t me to tell the peo pIe of Washington county of my rev spect and admirafcioji for them Para graphs from inadequate vocabularies are no more than facts arid facts are cold But if mine were the soul of i iritfIthe melody of my song thepeope would learn the story of my devotion In the vaults of memory there will always be many pretty recollections 0 these dear friends Iam going to leave When the Wings of Time have carrie me to that slope in Lifes Pilgrimage where Hoary Locks and Trembling Limbs descend through the dim eyes of ape I will benold many pictures touched vith brushes of gold and L 3 i i i through the ayen es of the long lost yesterdays fairies cOme and breathe into ihy heart sos of these dear old friends that will c heer niy soul God Be With You Till We Meet Again Sincerely ROGERS GORE t WITJ8 Sweet CharityLI never pass street ventured Winters but lal 1khldneed the money I cannot reIralntfrom tie sunshine intot the lives of the citys unforsI- tunatesu fthattoo agreed Rob erts blowing theIsmoke from perfectoUbut I had a funnyex perience the pth er night that has made me suspI cious You know the whitehalre4 beggar that has been sitting at the corner of Rig by and Holtonb streets for or more a Well L used to stop in passing and say a kind word to the old man dropping a small coin in his cup as I passed the time of day On this particu lar day I had j assed him there and left him my uau il contribution That evening I had t work late at the of fica and did not get my car until ten ocloqk At Lin oln avenue north J had occasion to change cars and had tor ri for it AiTn1 heard sbtiaS one come tearing along in my wak r but being too much occupied in my own behalf I dlci not turn my head Grasping the car by the back rail 1 managed to swing on just in time to escape the cata pultlc arrival of a man8 handon an and a dog The mancl AM BL ND sign was flutter- Ing madly in th wind as they lit all in a heaps Spi Inging lightly to his feet the fellow grabbed up his dog and with eyes as clear as mine jammed past me and took the only remaining seat nJ the car Composi fng himself comfortably he handorgan in his lap hid the dog un der his great co tHafe from the conductors eye aiitf heaved a sigh of relief sIt was my blind friend of the down town district And since then I have been just a bit skeptical of beggars in general and blind beggars in particular I suppose he belongs to the beg gars league vouchsafed Hilton There is an organization of these fellows in every city They work for some trust that fixes them up puts wigs onerP trains them how to fool the public land takes a Shylock portion Cpr own coffers A trust In beigarsfgasped Brown Nothing mone nor less replied Hilton What are v4 coming to 7 gasped Winters IluTo a boysrWhatll you punching the button is On the Wing An editor pay very little attention to the head of a poem What he Is Interested in Is Us feet When a man asks for a dinner give him advice Advice ls better than a square meal any day Extract from Old Money Grubts diary fr It Is almost as hard to get a hired girl as it isto get Into Tafts cabinet Somehow the kitchen cabinet does not appeal to the misses of the land 4 ft aIrush off to the j welerls for a diamond ring Itsa way gIrls have bless ein r A Chicago pot kicks because a Princeton stud nt makes manners rhyme with pajamas Possibly he had just tried ajpalr of the latter and didnt care The Sun and CourierJournal 150 t f1D II BABY Left on Tr inBr An Unknown f Woman tFrom The Harrodsburg Democrat A young married couple were on the tram from Louisville going to their home in Midway last Saturday In the seat in j front of them sat a nicely dressed woman with a little baby about a year old Some miles out from ouisville the lady with the Baby arose and asked the young married woman from Midway if she would take care of her baby a few minutes while she wentI into the next car The Woodford county matron smilingly consented as she S very fonr1 of children anyhow She ook the cunning little fellow cooed to im and played with him for sometime Station after station was passed and till the mother did not return to get JasseqFryoung woman Woodford was getting uneasy for she ad to leave the train at Mi3waybut lajforedoomed to disappointment and when the conductor called AH out for Mid way the still had the baby in charge She did not want to keep the baby and did not want to leave it in the seat un protected when she got off the train She was still undecided what she should o when the train stopped at Midway ut as th e car ceased moving she saw young pan evidently an unmarried youth entering the car Instantly her mind was made up She took the baby in heir arms and walked up to meet tbA hyoung man and as she was about toil pass him in the aisle of the car held the baby but to liirn and saidj Will you please hold the baby me while I step out on the platform for a minute V The young man was too po lite to refuse so he took the little baby and sat down in the seat The train pulled out and the qutiorrnqwis what did the young man do with the baby No one has been able to find out whether the mother ever came back or whether she was the real mother of the child but was some woman paid to palm the baby off on some unsuspect ing woman like she thought the Wood ford county woman was Anyhow everybody who has heard the story is praising the cuick wit of the young woman from Midway in not entirely deserting the child yet getting rid of itjust in the nick of time I SENATOR JAMES P CLARKL LaRue County Goes Dry Hodgenvilie Ky Jan 23In an1 election held topay Larue county voted dry by a majority of 1085 th vote ber jug over 4 to 1 aganst license The bells in the church were curigaf inter vals during tbe day chjfdren marched anda brass band tarnished music Prayermeetings were also held and hot coffee was servedby the ladies at the voting places Three years ago Hodg enviile went dry by 50 majority The vote toeayftas virtually solid against whisky J 1 I I SENATOR WILLIAM J STONE elected to the Unit d States Senate rom Missouri FARMING LAND In Washington County finest In the StateW S Gibbs Re alizes 416168 On 100 Acres LNo other section of Kentucky i id with finer or more fertile farm ing land than Washington county The farms oft e county are gdImmnes- on a small scale As an evidence of the value of our land we herewith give an itemized statement of the amount 6t produce grown on 100 acres of land a part of thelrarm WSrlpVs near town together with amount of money received for each crop Eight acres produced 14725 pounds of tobacco which sold for 257689 fortytlye acres 450 barrels of corn erloftons pf hay sugar cane pumpkins etc from which Mr Gibbs realized 235 making a total of 416189 for the produce grown on the 100 acres There are many other farms in the goodjshowinfarm in order to show the people that Washington county land is second to none in Kentucky LARGE CROWDS 1iAttending Movtn Picture Show Each Ivening7NejlRd c t The Star Amusement Co will have a great treat and surprise for the peo pie this week Thehave irrange1 to put on a musical comedy ctrama en titled Uncle Ephs1 turnoorUSouthern Pastime It js a great sketch referring to slavery da s and has been played to crowded houses in large cities E W1 Heuser manager of The Star Amuse ment Co has spared no time trouble or expense in amusing his patrons and will continue doing everything in his power to keep something new and in teresting before the public The mov ing pictures are not to be excelled by any motion picture show and they are continually getting better Among the moving pictures to be shown tnis week areHow Simpkins discovered the North Pole A Gilded Fool and Legend of a Ghost Som of the illustrated songs will be Realy I think Youre Awful Nice It The Last Shot Got Him and Your Picture Says Remember vine crowd is increasing every night and much interest is being manifested in this showI Meets Death In Queer Manner Hodgenville KSJan 23The life less body of Thurman Warren aged fourteen years was found dangline from the window b his mother Mrr Jesse Warren at their home at Dezarn Green county today It is pr sunud that the lad attempted to climb from the window when it felt on his neck choking him to death r it 1 r 1I I FATAL ACCIDENT r Louis Hayes Accidently ShotByr i i Colored Boy While Vv AtPIayi On last Sunday morning at It oclock 5 Louis Hayes sop of Mr and Mrsyr J P Hayes of near Bloomfielcl was acci derttly shot death resulting instantlyt He was at play with a negro boy ma cabin near his home when the accidemt occurred The coloedboy in some raanf Fknownboy The bullet entered the neck and came outunder the shoulder blade WBTT ering the wind pipe The funeral oc curred at Bloomfield Monday afternponj i Mr and Mrs Hayes formerly lived ia the Pleasant Grove neighborhood of Jfrithe loss of their sort Mrs Hayesf ii sister of Mr B L Litgey t Louis Hayes was a bright boy and r he wilt not only be missed by his play 1h1mmother and was always obedientta them irMarion County Falcon Miss Annie Goodrum s ev Ii teen years old daughter of MrcJC i Goodrum and wife died after a lftillness of pneumonia at thehomther parents near Chicago i Ltl tMiss Mary B Mattingly the trac 1 tive daughter of Mr Q H Mattmglyyj was married to Mr Thomas E Moth tJ fNew Hope at Chicago Tuesday Vf Rev Father Werner officiating 1 Miss Bertha Cornet daughter of JtrJ Henry Cornett who liyes abOut thr e nnlerfromJ3radfCdrvil1e1wa unite- in marriage tp Mr Walker Gribbin l a young farmer of5amelo lily in JDehfe anon yesterday i Miss Bessie IVL Vancleave daughter of Mr Wallace Vancleave ot this ityt and Mr H K Fqwleri onof Squir WA Fowler of eCalvarYJ1eigt borhood were mdrru uat rines church in Lins city Tuesday ri1ting Rev J A Hogarty officiating iSAnnouncement has been made of thi approaching marriage of Miss Qu Hughes ad Mr Clarence A Kellyi popular yung couple of aywickfc which will be solemniztd with nuptialr high mass at St Frances church inthat place on uesday next at 9 a m ReT Father Zoeller will be the officiatin ipriest 1 t iscr Richard Ray who lately moved to tb fafpi he had purchased from Jiidg4 River had the misfortune to lot ftbe tween one thousand ard fifteen hundred pounds of tubaccojatweek He had left his tobacco in the barn on the farm he had sold to Tyler Marples Som party or parties prized off a couple of planks from the back of the barn and stole the tobacco The wagon track could he followed but a short distance as the rain haaoblit rated them This tobacco had leisoldat 16per pounds i The whole community was shocked when it became known that r W Jv Flanagan had died suddenly Sunday night of heart trouble Mr Flanagan was born eighty four yrars ago on the farm that he still owns a littlover two miles from Lebanon on the Ifew Market pike There he lived dealing honorably with his fellow men uhtairi his advanced agpt a few years since necessitated his laying aside his busiJness cares He arid his good wile theit I moved to this city where they have since lived 1L5f fIn God We Trust r Harrodsburg Herald Mr GeorgeW irfl Robards showed s yesterday a twen itW dollar gold piece coined without t Jwords In God We Trust ohit ttJJwill be remembered that fta ylf some time since ordered thiwordt 1 left off of aRc ins but Conyrwyery icorrectly took the hIt m its mouth and orderKT the words restored This I pifibibly the only coin of any dwcfl nation in the county Whichiitninuel tfiewords i 4p lf f I1 1f e 9 a t I r iy t 1THESPRINGFIELD I SUN ESNESDAY JANUARY 27 1909 T IdI T i J SpecialsI O FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY L at Cunningham Duncansi K HJJK AGAIN we are going to give the people of Washington and adjoining counties an fc- e 4 opportunity to buy goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES It is jinaeCes f 4tsaFYto bmu1t1p1words in telling the trade about the Reduction we have made if bThe prices iuotedin this advertisement speak for themselves Read them oyer l 4and be convinced r t pjjC oaKs f 81 L 1i W omens Cloaks worth 2000 for l1300JI Womens Cloaks worth ipOO for 1000 ipp 850AdmensWO1flS Cloaks worth 800for500Missestand Childrens Cloaks proportionally as low f MENS BOYS AND CHILDRENS j Lr Suits and Overcoats f 2f1v50 suits 2000 2500 Overcoat 2000 ir 25 OO Suits 1850 225Q Overcoat 1750 i1 2QQ Suits 1400 2O Overcoat 1500 1900uits 1250 i750 Overcoat 1250 1500 Suits 1000 isOO Overcoat 1000 12gO Suits 950 L 125j Overcoat 9 00 1000 Suits 7505 lOiOO Overcoat 700 slV7 Suits 4500 1 50 Overcoat 500 t r Supply ofTobacco Canvass tJ ontCunningham Duncan KFNTUCKY SBACH HMGIS 1t On The Warpath Again Plays LWJkl West Tactics on His Cousin f Jackson Ky Jan 22 Peach Hargis 3ws selected for the latest scene of his I warlike activity the home of his cousin fiarlan South ontne CiarFork of 1 1ifrozen Creek Lewis Smith a messen grfiomthe South home came hurrI ing to town this afternoon asJastashls Morse could bring him to implore aid from th county authonties for the sUPl pression of young Hargis who he re ported to be on a terrible rampage The story told by Smith is in keeping with ftihe known proclivities and former es cpadea of the youngest ofthe Hargis bOiis hold After leaving liere yesterday morning fr Frozen Creek he seems tohaveproI cured a particularly bad and after spending twenty four ijburs in obtaining therefrom sufficient 1 Aspiration he decided to go on the war j path He first went to the house of a i1anwto itis alleged has whisky for Bale and exhibiting a big pistol an nounced to the man that he was going tohave whisky or blood The proprietor pfcthe alleged blind tiger lost no time in i vthrowirig open the door of his joint and while Hargis helped himself made tracks for the other side of his farm When loaded with as ihuch of tt e whisky as he desired Hargis continued on his way toward Harlan Youths ixonie A short distince from his home lie met South on horseback Again vIhging his forty five intoplay Hargis inyited Mr South to get down off his horse and let him ride South who is himself half Hargis demurred to such a proc eding but being unarmed ffinally complied As soon as he was mounted Beach 1ii fired a few welldirected shots around and under the feet of his cousin by way pt farewell and set out at breakneck sneed for Souths home His arrival there was so sensational and altogether t f alarming that Mrs South her mother hastilyvacross h1js to the home of Blane Short Mr + Sport was at the time on his farm some VihE but came to the house in a few AJ minutes and upon learning the cause of WrDubleVent over to he South arriveci at the house at just l ih f i Cp carpets Wall Paper Lace Curtains Window Shades Axminister Carpets worth 125 fOr110Ve- lvet Carpets worth 110 for 95 Tapestry Carpets worth 1 10 for 90 Tapestry Carpets h100 for 1 85 Tapestry Carpets worth 90c for l 70 Best 2ply Ingrains worth 80c for r 70 Best CiC Ingrain worth 65c for50Be-st Union Ingrains worth SOc for 40 9x12 Room size Bugs10 1250 15 and 20 4 WallPaper 4c 5c 7Jc and lOc worth 7Jc lOc 12c and 15c i L Curtains worth 125 for75La-ce GUI cains worth 150 tor 100 Lace Curtains worth 2 50 for L50 Lace Curtains worth 300 for 200 Lace Curtains worth 350 for 250 7 foot Opaque Liner Shades i 30 6 oot Opaque Linen Sfiadea 25 4 J I 4SFRIHRFIELD tit the same time Mr South came in They found Hargis amusing himself by shooting dishes off the diningroom table Upon their trying to remonstrate wlthhltI1Hargis ordered them to clear out arid turned his battery in their direction South and hort took refuge upstairs barricaded the door and called from a window to Lewis Smith who was passing to hurry to town for officers As soon as Smith reached here he swore out a warrant before the County Judge which wasplaced in the hands of Deputy Sheriff Gray Haddix No sooner was the warrant issued than Cal Crawford servantfriend and bodyguard of youngHargis secured a horse and set out posthaste for Frozen Creek theliman secured the cooperation of Constable Stomach Muscles AgaIJIoTj Old People May Retain or Restore Good Health Usually the bowels are not so active in middle or advanced years as in youth jjust as the eyes grow dim the skin wrinkled the hair gray the muscles flabby so do the internal organs show their age if we could but see them HoweVer we sometimes find a person vhose age Js near the meted threescore sptlghtlyIeye ap petite good adhlsowelsregulat and upon close questioning you will find a lifes history of rightliving good food keen appeUtepertect digestion and regular bowel Regular bowels and proper digestion of the food we eat is absolutely necessary to the enjoyment of good health by old or young If the readers of this article are Interested we are gig d to tell them how they can restore good health and prolong their lives Step into a drug store and purchase a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It will cleanse the bowels of any waste mat er that has clogged them up and restore to them strength and nerve force for regular natural dally action It aids di gestion by stimulating the stomach and digestive glands to a proper and sunV dent secretion of the fluids necessary to perfect digestion It acts on the liver and kidrieys in a mild quiet yet effective manner Rev A J Fletcher ot Ruther ford Tenn is SO years old and It cured him of 60 years of dyspepsia W W Ster ling Sioux City la says 4Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin is the best medicine I ever used and I am 88 years old B F Thompson Shenandoah la says 1 suffered 16 years with dyspepsia and It cured me Jt is certain and effective In the most obstinate old cases and yet mild and safe for the most del1cato woman or child All druggists seJHt at DOc and 1QO per bottle Pepsin Syrup Co 304 Cakl well Bldg Montlcello 111 IH glad to send a free sanlple to any one who has never used It and will give it a fair trial F raaleby The Red Cross Drugstore rl irc Shelton Combs At a latq house this evening they had not returned People here are wondering what effect this escapade will haveon Hargis1 bondsmen A LongHandled OUldci You may boast of your goblets of silver and gold You may boast of the nectar that sparkling they hold wineIbringLiKe But to the feller thats thirsty no joy found in a cool- lTIossysprmg youve knelt on a rock and pouredA handled JIYou may boast of your whisky your gin and your beer And say that in them alone is good cheer That barleycorn drank when its oily and old Will make you feel rich and happy and bold But when your throats parched on a hot summers day Take your champagne and juleps and cocktails away And Just try a draught of the water thats stored longhandled IiiYou may boast of the drinks that drive Iaway care your nose hues like the red roses wear rIBut whoknowsWhere a tempestbrewed nectar in purity flows- rgleam1nKO pebbles with which it is floored LAnd alonI G W Doneghy in Kentucky Advocate Rank foolishness I When attacked by a cough or acold or when your throat is sore it irank if olishness to take any other medicine than Dr Kings New Discovery says C O Eldrldge of Empire Ga 1 have used New Discovery seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth for coughand colds croup and all throat- and lung troubles My children are sub quicklyanqilunsrdrugstore50c nbirribji for The Sun SLOQoar The Sin and CourierJournal L50 VISITS WITH 4t WMBj The Old Old Story She came to work for us one day To wash and cook and things like that She could not speak our tongue at all But she could Iron linen flat Shedid not ask a queenly wager Six dollars and her keep was all We taught her how to bake and brew She asked eight dollars in the latH By spring she knew the way to wait Upon a table fairly well And she could do a dozen things That dally to her lot befell Twas then she asked four evenings out And thought a dollar more would doThe next thing was her Sundays oft As soon as morning work was through And wicen the summer time was near A fellow came to call one day The visit caused us much alarm She struck at once for higher pay We granted this and helped her learn Until we knew we had a gem And now confound it I must go And buy a wedding gift for them I By the Way A telephone girl will accept a ring from any old man irBeing honest pays a mans mother more than IjOO per cent Thirst drives some men to drink but hunger will drive a poet to ink It is not a sign rot good luck to find the horseshoe on yourown dead horse rirWhen two swelled heads get to gether each is sure that the other be longs to a fool Mr rrI- t is almost time for the great dairy papers to begin calling negligent Christmas shoppers tight wads When Little Willie gives his pickle to his sister it is not always a sign ot great heartedness Willie may have the mumps rrThe average business man who has kept the present liusiness pace for 20 or 30 years doesnt look upon death with any great amount of fear and trembling h If a politician could kick up as much noise on a campaign tour as one small boy can raise with a new driiuvhe would stand some show of being elected ft fr ft A Texas newspaper is responsible for the statement that a farmer of his county when asked how much corn he raised this year replied he had raised a powerul lot sold a heap and hail a right smart left yet Tlie ques tion is How much did he raise ft ft ft When It comes to real humor you find it in the country A resident of a certain town being in the chicken and egg business the local paper saysuB1l1 Imel is still doing business at the old stand Bring in your ancient settln hens and patriarchal roostersIWillies Primer Is the man dead 1tuNo the man is not dead Whas 1st Did the man hit an au tomobubblebubblebubble No the man did not hit an auto mobubblebubble bubble he is an ed itor and he has his eye out for men he owes aint it 1 Did a prizefighter find the e4itor No a man came In and paid his subscription for ten yqars in advance and the editor withered Then he is not dead NoV 7 Nor sledplngV No Yhas 1st 1 Only paralyzed waysdoCurly Locks I cannot say only it must be nice for an editor to be para lyzed SM5M5 No Danger Early one morning a terrlbyseasIci- txsscnier pale and hbllow eyed cam out of his tateroom and ran into u ladYi wire was coming along the pas sageway clad Irf the scantiest raiment She screamed and started to run Dont be alarmed madam I shall never live to tell ItVGirard Ill Anchor l dl 1l ti j J 1 FOR A LIMITED TIME YOU CAN GET Louisville Times Regular Price 500 a yearPAND THE Springfield Sun Both One Year k FOR 3iO- t The Louisville Times js the best afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere v Has the best corps of correspondents f Covers the Kentucky field perfectly f 4 Covers the general newsfleldcoritplefel t Has the best and fullest market reports i Democratic in olitics but fair to everybody Send Your SubscriptiontJ Away is To this papernot to The Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at r any time SO GET INNOVThisrate is good only for MAIL subscriptions and we cannot accept orders for The LOUISVILLE TIMES where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes papers by the month t Two Paptrsfor Less Than tht Prict afOni SEND ALL ORDERS TO iThengfi ld Ky t IF YOU WANT THE BEST FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Pride of Washington or SpfingfUlds Chplcr f MANUFACTURED BY J W JARBOE CO Highest market price paid for WH- EATNOTICE I have sold my interest in the store of Thompson I Bros at Litsey ansi notice is hereby given that all accounts must be settled on or before March iAfter that date accounts will be placed in the hands ot an attorney for collection l BOOKS AT THE STOSE Robt M Thompson 76tui 6 FINE FARM- Forv Sale We desire to sell our farm at Fred ericktown Ky Washington county FARM CONSISTS OF 490 A res175 ACRES FINE BOTTOM LAND BALANCE UPLAND WITH PLENTY OF VIRGIN SOIL AND TIMBER All of the bottom land and most all of the upland growsfine tobacco 7m- provements are MdernBrick of tea roo I1s3 good tenant houses tobacco bart stock barns ineall necessary bull iings to each Willsellas a whole or in 3 or 4 parts with improvements on each part Pos session of two houses and onshaf or more of the land can be given now and all other contracts wilfbe turned over to purchasers Canon or address Mrs M1 irPtarl CtHNtrf- Fredericktown Ky 4tIr1Iw 1 tt tQt + Public Sale + S OF LAND 1 STin 4undersufpd Joseph Polin Administrator with the will an 4nexed of ChaiL Sptr qv leceased bY Virtue of the power vested 1 2him by the said Gharlev Sparrows will and the undersigned GW + V Sparrow uidiYidiirlly will on j 1 fit FridayI January 29- I At I oclock pi m On the premises offer for sale at public auction to the highest brder the following described Tract of Land namely LA tract of Land two miles East of Polin Ky bounded as f W lows Beginning at a stone on the bank of Long Lick Creek lS4 Charlie W Sparrow nowEzra L Goodlet thence with hiS Jine klLWash S thence wIth hIs line to a stone corner w Wash Spdrrow and Berry Lewis thence with Berry Lewis line toS4 Long Lick Creek thence down said creek as it meanders to the ginning containing about 45 acres ih TrThe land has on it a good dwelling house and a 4 acre tobacco 74I barn The land is good tobacco land Land will be offered as a 4t2whole and then in two tracts Which eyer way realizes the1Dt Tr money will be accepted W 4I TERMSTo be sold for 1 3 Cash remainder in 1 and 2 yearn 4with notes bearing interest at the rate of six per cent from date JOSEPH POLIN Administrator rW4Itit Mt w H I ekd it i l jijtt J H CLUbbifig Rates t WITH A LPEt Leading Magazines oiAND Daily AND iWeekly INspapers t LET US 88il8 J You MolJey 111 J t f 1 J LOCUST GROVE i Miss Alice Moore of Pairyiew spentJ last Week with her brother George Moore at this place Mr Ed Birch and wife were guestst of W S Gibbs of near Springfield Saturday and Sunday Dr 8J Smock and wife spent Sat urday and Sunday with the family of W P MerritL Mrs Beulah C1ayboke5of near Springfield visited her mother Mrs A L Litsey Thursday Mesdames Emma Baker Mattie Dra goo LizzieReed Misses Bertha Edger ton and Tiny Reed dined with Mrs Julia Leachman Thursday Miss Palestine Reed spent Thursday Inightwith Miss Frances Litsey Mesdames Lizzie Reed and M ttie Dragoo were the pleasant guests of 4Mrs Kate Litsey at Pleasant Grove Tuesday Mrs Tom Baker and daughter spent Friday with Mr and Mrs John Janes near IitySMesdames Colvin Sallie Vanarsdale1 t Mary OConnor Katie Hopper and Charlie Lewis dined with Mrs Will- Thompson Vyednesday t Messrs Ed Litsey and Edgar Wilson have returned1 from a trip toLexing ton Mr John Perkins sold his crop of to bacco conIstingo pounds raised on four acres of ground for which he k T6ceived 1600 Who can beatthis LB9thT to the wifeOfElbfiage Pink Eton a fine boy A L Litsey sold four mules to Jas Claybrooke4 price unknown E M Leachnian bought fiye shoat Elbridge Pinkston for ll Mrsj J S Leachman sold four hogs to L Yankey for 26 Ed Litsey sold a horse to Jas Clay brooke for 145 l Several from here attended county court Monday SYCAMORE V fEY M C Keeling and family spent Sat urday and Sunday witt Mrs Keelirigs Parents Mr and Mrs Tom Brown of jfeirview Mr E L Parish was called to Bloom field to the bedside of 14r Steve Elder who is quite ill of pneur lonia Born to the wife oflom Bailey Jan 4a fine boy John Henry Mother and baby are getting along nicely Mr and Mrs T IV Sutherland left Tuesday to visittneir sbn Rev W E Sutherland of Buffalo Ky Mr and Mrs Thos Noel and daugh ter Catherine of Brboksville were e ts of B H McI voy and family SiirHiayS Miss Laura Bailey of Texas has been the guest of her brother at this IJ t t 1 i r 50 tl t c 1 J t r I j TE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1909 tt look LOOK0 f f Paperl j Arii f it Indicates that you are in ARREARS Try to maKe it L fffjftAYWV LIP I i c We would like fb be a little prosperous just at this time and while Washington county is fairly groaning beneath her load of i wealth there is hardly an excuse for a single one of out readers to remain indebted to The Sun One Two or Three Dollars Isa small amount and it will not inconvenience a single one of our sub cribers to pay his subscription arrears but it inconveniences The Sun to a very considerable extent to carry Twelve or Fourteen Hundred Dollars in Accounts 0 Jt would make us prosperous to a happy degree to colltct all of these small amounts V J Lastlyear when hard times fastnedits cl utcbesuponso many fi The Sun made little or no eff rttd collect subscription accounts We believed the farmers were in no condition financially to meet even these small amounts and while we were very sorely In need of funds with which to make the mare go ortn words with which to pay tribute to the paper trusiwe were contented to keep plodding alo IF believing that in the end ALL WOULDBE WELL yu now have the money will you not pay tTT The Ptingfield Sun r lit iiW M It It ZI 1 tP1l J place for about tjhree weeks The school at this plac has closed Mi G Keelifig has soldi his farm to oin Crow of Polin for 21500 Mr an1 Mrs T WSutherland spent Sunday with J M Shields and family- B H Mcllvby sold a bunch of sheep o Sam Montgomery for 575 per head Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs WillBowles L M Clark and son Gordon spent Sunday with J M Shields and family Lohnie Noel and family spent Sunday with Bill Hardjn and family of Thomp sonyille Quite a number from here attended county court Monday Dame Rumor reports some weddings soon FIFTH SATURpA and SIJNDAYMEET- INGBethIeI1elli Church l I JANUARY 3pm and 31st 1909 Services to Commence at 1030 mTHE CHURCH The Origin and Organization of the- ChurchR L urdomv f Doctrine of tieChurchACGravs1 Spreadof the ChurchEv n Rogers Sundav Schools and the Church El mer Hume Willis Bendettel Organization and the Church W H y Williams I Sunday Ila mSermonA C Graves s 1 The purpose of the abo eiAograptis that there shall be a free discussion of each of the above subjects A Cure For Miser I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R M James of Louellen S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 ceut bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and lit puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach liver and kidney com plaints and tjie misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at Haydpn Robertsons drug store we PR1tT S THEM RICMT I iijJ t t rifc it r 1UI BOBCAT SMILES AT FIVEYEAR OLD BOY HUNT R FAILS TO SEE HUMOR IN SITUATION AND PROMPTLY SHOTS FESTIVE FELINE Sang vllle MeA reniarka blffstor of a bobcats treatment of a child is told by woodsmen west jof here A large bobcat followed a small boy nearly a mile until he fell down and COUd go no farther The cat lay down beside him for some time showing no of ill will until a passing h the animal The Signs was Joseph Fowler five years of Edward Fowler of this e Early ttye other morning the eldeij Fowler started through the woods t6 his fathers house followed by his little son Wllen they got to Flandersf mill little Jloe became cold The Bob Cat Sat Down to Observe Joes Vocal Exercises and started back to the house His father however continued Joe had gone but a short distance when he heard steps behind him ajid a kind of hoarse laugh He looked around expecting to see his father Instead hsaw a big bobcat approach ing him with an illconcealed smile on Its Joe faCt t stop to reply to the ani mals dty advances but took ort toward hii home over a mile away as fast as his legs could carry him The bobcat tr9tted after him Ina sportive manner every time Joe looked around the beast was a little nearer Finallir Jo felt the cats warm breath blowing against the back of his neck This so terrifIed him that his legs tan gled and fiat In the snow r Instead of devouring him as Joe expected the bobcat merely surveyed him pleasantly for a few minutes then lay doWn close beside hiand began to purr Joe he could have l 78 1 i 0 t it il j touched the jIhand buj didnt Joe thought hed go when he started up the bobcat grinned broadly showing all his teeth long and sharp and laughed again so hoarsely that Joe became frightened and lay still Thereupon the cat purred again After a while Joe began to cry for his mother At this the cat became very sympathetic walked around the child in a circle thr e times looked at him smilingly again and finally sat down to observe Joes vocal exercises About this time some hunters came along the road nearby The cat looked at them in disdain and continued his friendly glances at the child One ol the hunters yelled to Joe to lay very still then he took careful aim and- fired and the pat fell over dead MONKEY AS BODY SERVANT Pennsylvania Student Says Simian Makes Effective Valet Philadelphia Monkeys for valets That is the newest idea at tile Unto versity of Pennsylvania Its originator Is Wendell Eckard senior medical student who Jives In Craig house and he has experimented to the stage where he is ready to dc clare that the monkey t the ideal servant inexpensive and always prompt on job A few rtlghts ago the dor mitory was set in an uproar by the pound of a piano at two oclock in the morning coming from Eckardss room and the investigation which followed resulted in unearthing the monkey The moikeys bouse Is the fireplace in Eckard room A wire door keeps the Simian valet confined when not on duty anIa curtain hung In ront of the door keeps him hidden A string attached to the top of tnel door runs through a pulley directly over the bed in which Eckard sleeps When the alarm clock rings to rouse the sleeping student in the morning Eckard pulls on the string The dpot raises and the incikey Is at liberty According to other students who h ve seen the valet at work he at once closes the window and opens the steam heater Then he takes his masters shoes and blackens them easily This is not merely a monkey shine it is one of his valets duties There are numberless things which the monkey does Eckard is sald to have bought It for ten dollars The opinion of those who have seen the handiwork of the monkey is that he Is inexpensive capable and an altogeth erto be desired servant- Nearly every woman thinks she Is not doing here full duty unless t she warns her husband against his beat man friend The Boy a liols wrecker The best gift for a boy according to the aocletj for the promotion of in dustrial education isa box of car penters tools A box of tools for a boy is all right In a home where the furniture IB too hard to saw J f J ItLook f onvenienita3r Subscription LgBILLSAN- DPRINT ll ll i I IHow to Dry Wet Furs I Few furs are spoiled by slight damp evenfpr dried for much moisture stiffens the skin and causes it to crack Chinchil la Is usually quickly ruined if soaked with rain while some other skins will be uninjured If hung In a dry but not hot room and shaken every two or three hours If a wet fur garment Js fastened to the wall or door etc go the grain of the skin fs down permIt- ting the moisture to run off the result when dry will be most satisfactory When the first heavy wet Is gone it is well to use a light riding whip to beat the fur slightly thus hastening the drying as well as preventing the hair from nmtttng If the fur is a soft one such as chinchilla or sealskin M should be rubbed with a velvet bat brush when qui e dry Hard furs stffbristlesway 6f the grain How to Cut a Plaid Skirt It isa more difficult feat to cut a skirt from plainer striped material than one would imagine for it is bard to match the plaid or stripe without wasting a groat deal of goods Place the center of the front gore exactly over the mlddle of the plald or stripe This same thing should done when cutting a circular skirt Now place the edge of the cut gore on the width for a circular skirt to the uncut material and match the crosswise stripes moving the gore up or dawn a block or stripe until It matches e act1y Then lay the cut edge of the second gore to the uncut material and match as before continuing this until the skirt is all cut out How to Mend Worn Shoe Linings Take a piece of velvet skirt binding just long enough to fit inside the heel section cover the wrong side with a strong glue and paste It smoothly Inside the heel covering the worn places This keeps a shoe from slipping up and down and saves the stockings from wearing out How to Renovate Black Gloves Blank kid gloves that have become worn and white at the finger ends may be made to look almost as good as new by using a few1 drops of sweet oil and black Inkj equal parts well mI dand applied with a camels hair brush All the News Every thingthat-r happens in the home town the births mar riages deaths til social affairs the cdmrngs andfgoings of the peo pbyour neighmrth notes of the schools and churches all thest and many othernew and interesting things Et this All the tune 4 you 0 TWO CENTS PER SHINE OR I SHINES FOR t iIjJ 7j i 0 Mij p UINII CLUBBING RATES I WITHaLOUISVILLfc DAILIES V Thi Sun and The Louisville y yearL5jTh V f- 40jwSameTh Sun and the daily COurier Journal any three days in the weeki tS 7 The Sun One year and the daily COurierThurnal any tkr e days in the week sJ CA 89TheierJournal one yek t281 The Sun and the Louispile daily Herald one 3 62 The Sun and the Louisville Evening IJost one vear 4 W p r vtH rSI43 tl ropertyr4S ban1busfriends or the meansof making theml If riches have wings to flyaVayfrrapi their owners they have wlngs aiio4o escape daTgqrTom Lowell I on Democracy fIt q rjS 1 t weaKIt p l Heprt Action i There are certain ne3 efiii that control the action of thQ heart wentYbecome weak action is impaired SftpSt breath pain around heat choking sensation palpi tation fee1i1 tx4ordistressing symptoms foltlofr Dr Miles Heart Ouref r is a medicine especially adapted td the ned these nerves and the iixian cidar structure Ofth heart itself it 1Sr jC 1 strengtheiiing tonic tha brings speedy re1ief r Try it V l For years J suffered with what1 Ithought was stomach trouWa when the doctors tttld me I 1ii4Jt Kawrt trouble I had tried many rem odI when the Dr Miles intO iny band t antI I cbnciiMlsd to vttc npt su erlng at all I ahiotir d J this medicine did it the hope that It will attract tiiattentlon of PersoYRS suffer 4JT dULV 804 MIn St cbviaytMr c Your druggist still Df t i Cure and w authlsrlze MtIt ri price offlrst fuj U to benefit you Itt MilesMedical Co- r 0o f 1 t cj t I r t J i ff1O b ff THE SBRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2719 f co t= T iiDONTFAIL TO ATTEND THE i Great CLEARANCE SALEiH J Oi8 Dry Goods Clothing Ladies Suits and Cloaks and all ODDS and ENDS of Each Department t i J Wtf f JE f Going on at THE BIG STORE c J tt J t l1- iij HThis SaIell Last for 30 flays ci JTt t dri1 irdeo1ilecinup the different stocks we are Offering some WONDERFUL BARGAINS Special efforts will be made to reduce stock of Mens and Boys Clothing and Ladies and Childrens Cloaks i I v f This is an Exceptional Chance to by Winter Goods at VERY LOW PRICES and you should take advantage of it i p f The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE Co INCORPORATED Springfield Ky iII SPRINGFIELD SUN v USUED EVERY WEDNESDAY W UBSCRIPHON ONE DOLLAR fz In Advance f HLSMITJH Editor and Publisher i I Catered at the poatoffice at Springfield + tKy for transmission through the- ail f assecOndc1as matter r r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 0 i flOOgUH6nthsKi iou A school house is worth more to a cpmmunity than a church Indeed the School House is the forerunner of the c Urcbit prepares the boys and girls to enter the cntirch with clear under standings of their duties to God and I Springfield Sun Wthe above is true Jeffersontown 1fl a deplorable condition We have ttght churches and one alleged l seJeffersoDlan rV r 4 HARDESTY fw hope you havent forgotten us pd presume our ridiculous chattering sound has never yet been missed since there are so many talented correspond entsi in the ifiGid Mr Frank Hardin of East Texas spent several days last week with rela 7 tiyes and friends in this vicinity Mrs Mollie Williams and daughter Fannie spent Monday With Mrs Eliza Mitchell Krw B Vandyke spent several days last week with Messrs Will and EddGray ojMtWalterLewis wife and little tdn A B were guests of Mr Richard j Snider and family of near Bloomfield Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Lucian Gregory and Mrs B Ll Iiitsey spent Friday with Mrs Minnie Williams who is very low with con 4 sumption at her mothers Mrs Eliza Mitchell Miss Tavie Goodlett left Wednesday for Bowling Green where she will en tet CollegeJMr Walter Scott spent Sunday with Mr Herbert Hardesty i Mr S G Hardesty spent Sunday withMrand Mrs Henc Scottwho have been very low with typhoid fever but we are glad to report some better at this writing Miss Statie Grace and brother Pal- mC1iflt Sunday with Miss Bell Her din Mrs Walter Lewis and son A B spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs Arn 1dI5m CARDWELL titS lAftertbeing absent from The Sun for xsome time we will jot down a few of the happenings of our hustling little village on the hill c Mr Charlie Lay ofLake Charles La is visiting his mother and friends Jiere after being absent for nine years He has lots of news to tell us of the dredgeboat1lyWe are to have a big sale here next Saturday consisting of horses cows sheep some yearling cattle in fact everything that is needed on the farm Everybody come A tenpound boy arrived at the home of E T Perkins last Friday at noon i Both the boy and mother are doing trr L Graham has bought four jacks 11n the last two weeks He says they among the best and paid high prices for them Graham Perkins bought of Luke Hansbrough of Shelbyyille two horses for 180 one horse from A Ransdall for to also ah extra saddle and harness horsefrom SH Gardner for 150 and sold one fiveye r old mare to A M Tatum of Harroctebiirg for 110 for8635iIan one horse to Born to the wife of George Word Sunday a girl Graham Perkins were in Lawrence burg last week where they bought some horse Several from here attended court in Springfield Monday V VALLEY HILL j Joe Shehan spent Saturday arid Sun day with relatives in Springfield peritlSJlndayMr John Kays who was married Sunday to Miss Ophia Carey of Poli passed through our village enroute home We congratulate them Miss Miranda Tucker who has been visiting Mrs M Reed for several days is the gust of Miss Lida Grundy Mr G C Donahoe visited friends at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs Edward Goatley visited relatives near Maud Sunday Miss Fairy Lyddane and Mr Hubert Virgin were married ThursdayMn Lou yule by Rev Williams of Springfield Together with their many friends we extend congratulations Edward Goatley has purchased aS yearold mare from Robert Snyder at 130 W Ff Moran recently purchased a sow from J F Head at 10 and a mule at 76 Earl Arnold of Maud is using his engine with Sweeneys drilling machine while sinking W E Browns well Mr Mattingly of near Willisburg j was in opr section Thursday looking for afarm Miss Pearl Goatley returned tierhome Friday after a visit to friends at Science Hall Miss Grace Lair has returned to her home m Louisville after a visit to friends and relatives here Thurman Chesser and brother of Polin passed through our village Wed nesday enroute to Springfield Mr S E Ferguson returned here Thursday evening to be with his wife at the home of Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatley after a brief visit to relatives in Bay City Ills Mr Charlie Shehan of Maud visited Mr J E Goatley of this place Thurs day Mrs Jessie Hardy of jouisville has been visiting relatives n this section for several weeks Ldses An Eye Lebanon Enterprise While atwork for the BrownForeman pistillery Company near St Mary a few daysago J p Mills met with a distressing acci dent He had just completed some brick work at the plant and had gone to a tenant house to finish some work there when the accident occurred The house he was repairing was built of logs and in taking mortar from between them he found some old papers which w upon the floorA few minutes later Dave Russell who was assisting Mr Mills gathered up the papers and threw them into an open fire in the room An explosIon followed and a flying missile struck Mr Mills in the left eye so bad ly injuring it that it was impossible to save its sight It is supposed that among the papers thrown into the fire was a cartridge and that when it ex ploded a part of the shell struck Mr Mills The Springfield Sum HOO per year iTfct Sun and CourierJournal IL50 p j ANGRY BOAR KILLS A HORSE INJURES OTHERS ENRAGED ANIMAL TEARS OPEN CHEST OF EQUINE THAT KICKED HIM Houston TxThe wildest boar that ever deluded a Texan was owned by R H Keyworth a Houston dairy man until the boar killed one of Key worths horses injured two other horses two mules and two cows and terrified Mrs Keyworth and a band of Keyworth employes The boar was a blooded Berkshire animal weighing 700 pounds and as tall as a yearling calf Keyworth vat ued it at 50 and was as proud of it as ever a man was of boar The boars frisky moment came when Keyworth happened to be absent from the dairy and just as a The Boar Sprang Furiciisiy at the Horses I wagon drawn by two horses drove into tlie lot in which his pen was sit uated The boar broke down his pen One of the horses did not like his in- qUisitiveness and kicked him under the wagon and with his mate started off The wagon rolled over the boar before jhe had recovered from the kick but as the wagon was not dam aged the boar did not seem to mind and after shaking a little of the accumulated mud off His back and sides he started for the offending horse Workmen employed at the dairy thought it time to interpose and ap proached the boar They soon retreat ed for the angry animal showed his tusks and made for the meddlers who were glad to climb over convenient fence The boar then turned his attention to the horses again and springing the on one that had kicked him he TIpped his chest entirely open He then attacked the other horse and after crippling him turned his attention to two mules After inflicting various wounds on them despite their kicking protests the boar attacked an other horse and injured it Armed with ropes and sUck the workmen although terrified by the boar returned to their attack and finally drove him into his pen where the bars were put up The animals dander was up and he broke out again and went after two cows in the lot When Keyworth came home and heard ttfe thrilling storY of the fight he wentrkfter his shotgun and emptied a load 6ij buckshot into the angry boarCHILLLVBATII a FOR BAPTISM Ten Converts Are Imnrersed In Ice Dotted Lake St Jo ph MlchAn act of endur ance prompted by their sincere Chris tian belief as members of the Church of God Was exemplified in this city the other afternoon before a curious audience of lQOO people who were grouped about on the snow and ice clad shore of Lake Michigan Promptly at 230 p m Rev August F Schmltz local pastor of the Church of God marched from the nearby L h t beach followed by ten converts out over the t ice fields to a hole in the ice about 100 feet from shore Rev Mr Efchmitz opened the ancient christening cerny by offering up a prayer in German He then entered the ice chilled water by descending by the use of a ladder until he stood up to his chest in the water surrounded by small particles of floating Ice Each candidate waS then in turn submerged In the water while in the arms of their local leaderorThe last to be immersed was a lady said to be 72 years old natlveof Rus sia The converts as Wen as minister were clad in only ordinary while three of the women wetebap tized while barefoot The Church of God was founded by Rev D A Warner of Grand Junction Mich in 1884 and Is now claimed to have a membership of several thou sand representing several of the large cities of this country with many d le gates preaching their creed in the heathen countries of the world Rev Mr Schmltz has a congregation f 100 members in St Joseph Princess Auguste a Model The kaisers new daughterinJaw Princess AugusteIwhp is a sister of the and a niece of the kaiserin is a Very domesticated girl She is not specially goodlooking nor is she very smart but she is exceedingly amiable and capable She has all her imperial aunts love of home and has been carefully trained by her In all her views A HAPPY HOLLOW l Mrs Solomon lays and two children spent from Monday until Wednesday with her father Mr H P Chesser and family of Polin Those who dined at the home of Mr and Mrs JW Walls Sunday were Mr Harve Barnett wife and two chil dren Mr Georgie Hahn wife and three children of Macomb Ill Mr John Armstrong wife and daughter Myrtle Messrs Oscar Scott and Zay Hahn All report an enjoyable time Messrs Charlie and Claud Kays and Gilbert Chesser spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Solomon Kays and family Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong spent Friday with their aunt Mrs George Armstrong of near Fairview Mr Gilbert Ghesser and Miss Pearl Armstrong attended meeting at Willis burg Sunday and dined at the home of Miss Mattie Keeling of near Willis MissEffie Coulter spent Saturday nigh twitn Miss Mallie Shields Mr Walter Hanby spent Sunday with Mr Lem Keeling f near Willisburg Mr Torn Settles will crop with Mr T W Sutherland and Mr Ernest Shewmaker will crop with Mr Solomon 4ays Mr Lonnie Noel and family spent Saturda and Sunday with Mr Bill Hardin and family of near Thompson ville Several from this place were in Springfield Saturday Sun and Times 350 A Higher Health Level I hvi reached a higherhealth level since I egan 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 disappoint you on trialmoney will be refunded at Hay don Robertsons drug store 25c 4 Printers Ink Wnea used on good presses and ineay displayed type for your station I ery M ableWe have every facility for doing the best of job work at a minimum price MclNTIRE As our little village hasnt been represented through the columns of your valuable paper for some time thought perhaps a few items would be of inter est to some of its readers Mrs Mahaly Montgomery who was called to Lebanon last week by the serious illness of her father Miv Sim 0 Daniel has returned home Mr and Mrs Johnnie Medley attend ed the funeral of thelatters niece Miss Annie Gciodruni which occurred at Chicago on last Friday Margia the little son of Mr and Mrs Robert Wheatley is critically ill at his home here with heart failure He is a bright little fellow and his many friends wish for him a speedy recovery Born on the 22 to Mr and Mrs Dan Wellington a boy Miss Laura Wheatley accompanied by Miss Regine Rudd left lastMonday for Bowling Green where she will en ter school Messrs T E Ballard Ben and Tyne Cecil Robert and Len Mclntire Sam Nally and son Robert and Paul Keen- eI re among the number who attended the K C meeting which was held at Lebanon Tuesday countyhasRose He is a son of the late Clm xCecil who formerly lived in this coun ty Miss Bettie 0 Bryan who has been visiting relatives and friends here for the past two weeks has returned to her home Fredericksburg Mr Bert Alvey of Fulton was the guestofhis brother Mr Manny Alvey last week The bans of matrimony were pub jlished at St Domihics church Sprang field on last Sunday between Miss Claudia Blanford and Mr Kent Jfcln tire Kent has Tecent removed from this place May good luck attend him is the wish of the writer IMrs Richard Keene and little oaBg jters Beulah and Mable visited xela tiyes at Forest View last week- Smith Brothers of Marion county purchased MrHen Badgettone jack 500Ibrother Ber or Kansas MoI Hendren after spending a with the family of J XX Ensor has returned to Loretto i Miss Prudie Blanford of near Simfe town was the guest Of relatives here recently The dance given by Mr and Mrs Baker Spalding on last Tuesday right was well attended All report a goo timed The Sun and Courier Journal ILia tI ANew Firm Plumbingr i fa ontinuance of the old firms business i We assure all that our prices will be reasonable and that we will make every effort to please the trade When you neecj plumbing call upon us we will be prepared to do this class of work in a satisfactory way and willIguarantee satisfaction in all cases We shall employ none but firstclass workmen therefore the trade may expect firstclass work J w Our Hardware and Stove Department Will be kept up to its present high standard and we will always be prepared to give the people satisfaction in these lines Our line ofstoves and hardware will be added to weekly and you will find just what you want in our store at prices that will be satisfactory You are cordially invited to call upon us Very Respectfully 0 D JIATCHETT S J ANDERSON HatchettAiadefson Sprinjfielft Kentucky f i I j 4 i 1 THE SPRINGFIELD UN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1909 J 5 ATTHEOPERAHOU- SEFridAj J January 294 PresentsI DON IN WA SHE ITOBLAMEi A drarnatization ot BERTHA M CLAYS beautiful story A Bitter Atonement i A COMPLETE STAGE PRODUCTION SPECIAL SCENERY COMPETENT CAST If there is any humor in your makeup you will laugh till you cty If your heart has a tender spot this taliy will reach iti l i SEATS ON SALE AT The Red Cross Drug Store Prices 25 5and 50 cents Joi H Dr It T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTI T- TeethExtracted Without Pain GROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Borp to Mr and Mrs Vy T Condor OnJanux26 a son 4Se11 ybur Hides and Furs to Grin stead He pays highest prices Jones old stand Mr Will Head bought the farm of Mr R L Langford last Menday pay ing 70 an acre fot It Possession will be given about April I NOTICE rOn February 20 our fourth annual Combination Horse Sale will take place at Boblitt Bishops Main street livery stable m Spnngfield Get tour horses ready we will haye some good buyers here for all classes of horses t S M Campbell reports thesale of Albert Rudd and sisters on last Friday as being well attended and everything sold hl J1Three 8yearpld steer calves brought 2750 per head one Jersey cow 50 one yearling Jersey heifer 4Oj one old rnare 150 work mutes I very high 1 sow and pigs 20 Messrs J WFunk and CC Cristie of the Simms neighborhood each lost a very fine youngjack last Saturday night and Sunday afterpoon both dying of pneumonia These animals were eighteen months old and were said to have been among the best in this section of Kentucky Mrx Cristie recently refused an offer of 500 for his animal I SL M Campbell reports the live stock sale Tuesday out at Simms Ky for Oscar Reynolds as being well attended and everything sold high One paw heavy team mares 8 and 9yearsold sold for 356 for the team one old gray mare 101 one gray horse 13750 one old Jersey cow 2475 farm imple ments sold well corn brought 60 cents hay 50 to 55 cents Auctioneer S M Campbell reports county5 CQurt day sales Monday aq fol lowsThe market on horses rather dull lotsofpiugssold at from 5 to a 60 per head good ones from 85 to 165 per head mules were a little slow sold one pair 7 and 8yearold horse mules for 175 for the team one pair small 2yearold horse mules well broke for19Q No cattle on the mar 1 ket but considerable demand for it n Mr Hoskms who resided at Camp bellsville a soninlaw of Mr J W Jarboe of this place died at his home inC mpbellsv lle Saturday of onsump tion The deceased was a good citizen and his death is a loss to Taylor county Bridegroom Missing Harrodsburg Ky Jan 26After being a groom only one day Thomas Gabhart a wellknown young man of the Cardwell neighborhood in this county has mysteriously disappeared from his home and all efforts to locate him have thusfar been in gain Gabhart was married on Sunday afternoon to Miss Mary Sims a pretty and popular young woman of the same locality the ceremony beinjf performed by the Rev J A Sims a relative of the bride Following the w ding there iwasa reception given at he home of the young brides parents znd all went merrily on- Monday morning Gabhart1 walkedout- from his home presumably to attend to some duties on thje farm and that was the last seen of him The neighborhood has been searched for the missing bridegroom but no trace oflhim can be found His wife is almost Heartbroken over the mysterious and unaccountable disappearance of her husband i MOORESVILLE Mr and Mrs Earle fi Thiteman have returned home after a pleasant visit with relatives near Springfield- Mr Delbert Farris is quite ill of pneumonia Mr Edd Yocum arid family spent sev eral days last week with relatives at Tatham Springs Miss Fairy Lyddane and Mr Hubert Virgin were quietly married on last Wednesday afternoon at the Fifth Aye nue Hotel Louisville by Rev W H Williams of Springfield The tride is a daughter of Mr ana Mrs P A Lyd dane and is a popular young lady She was formerly day operator for the Cumberland Telephone Company at this place The groom is a son of Mr Thos Virgmof Maud and is a prominent farmer A host of fnends wish them a happy voyage over the matrimonial sea Mr Joe Bishop wife and children were guests of Mr C R Grigsby one day last week Miss Cassie Yancey spent several days last week with Miss Ardia Wall Mr W B Vandyke is spending this week with his cousin Mr Will Gray of Polin When You Buy IuY AT HOME The Home Merchants merit your rapport tbecoJlilUuitybetbuy of those who Airtrtist VALLEY HILL anrInesday v- Hunter Goatl y was a guest at Elm Hill Weduesdak Ray Goatley of Cedar View spent Tuesday with his sister Mrs E D Kelly Jr Louis Head of near town spent Fri day night and jStu dayat the home of hI F11rIOranRay mHil1 Sun James Moran Jrj made a business trip to Gravel SWitch and Aliceton Tuesday and Wednesday j Mr and Mrs J EJ Goatley attended church at New Hope Sunday Ed Sweeney has sdld his old threshing outfit and purchased a new J I Case outfit which he received this week Wilkerson Bros who have been liv ing on the farm of J E Shelby will remove to the farm of Turner Derringer for the year W F Moran recently purchased a combined mare from T J Guthrie of Casey county Price 100 Hughey fcoatley and sons sold their crop of tobacco to Joe Bishop of Springfield at 15c per pound Miss Grace Lair of Louisville is vis itmg her sister Mrs T C ITatum Hughey Goatley recently purchased a pair of fine young mules from Palmer Goatley at 200 Rev Wilier pastor of the New Hope Baptist church spent Friday night with Mr and Mrs J E Goatley Miss Miranda Tucker is the guest of Mrs M Reed this week Miss Pearl Goatley visited Mrs J D Shehan Tuesday and Wednesday Mr and Mrs J E Goatley accOm- panied by Rev Wilier spent Saturday as guests of Mrs Edward Goatlev Will Bradshavc who has been living on the farm of J L Moran for several years has removed to his farm purchased ot W M Seay Twentyeight Horses Sold Lebanon Enterprise 11 e combination sale of Wade and Richards held yesterday at the Hardesty hote livery stable while riot largely attended was a suc cess There were fifty head of horses offered and of these twentyeight were sold bringing an average of 175 One pair owned by W T Smith of St Mary was bought by C C Brewer of Bloomfield for 800 Among the out of town horsemen who madei purchases were C L Pemberton Elizabethtown C Cv Brewer Bloomfield k R Pem barton Horse Cave and IiA Field Hardin county Col J H fetes offici ated as auctioneer The Springfield Sun LOO per year The Sun and CourferJournal L50 Subscribe for The Sun LOO year 11IJ = ftft H t The Springfield unAIID The Louisville Times BOTH ONE YEARj 35OSubs- cribe j t 0 t Today Mail all orders to The Springfield Sun T L4Uf i V STALLARD D D S Iw I SPRINGFIELD KY PONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED 9 WITHOUT Pain or Danger A II Done in this bit1O is first andjustasCSOver McElroy Shaders Grocery onno Qa qaaaa00 I Personal Notes f 0 QoVisitors In and Out of TonA 0 Round p ofthe WAeks o Personal News 0- Q ooooon o noQ r Mr H D Stiles of Danyille was in Springfield county court day Mrs Geo Cheschier of Louisville who formerly made her home here is visiting friends at this place Hon W F Neikirk was at home Sunday F C Peters of ebanonJI spent Sundayand Monday here Mrs W F Trusty and children spent the weekend with Mrs Trustys mother in New Hope Mr A R Carothers of Bards town was in town the first of the week 1 Attorneys T S Mayes and W F Gwgsby attended court at Willisburg Friday Mr J Irvine Wimsatt of Louis yule is visiting his mother Mrs Janie Willett Mr land MrsG M Coffey of Greensburg are the guests of Mr and Mrs G D Catlett IMr and Mrs Leo Haydon visited Jends in LOuisville last week Messrs Abram Sydnbr and Robt Lunney who have managed the Loose Leaf Tobacco Market at this place left last week for their homes in South Carolina iMrs Fred Hagan has returned from Lebanon riMiss Bertha Haydon is the guest of Miss Katherine Spalding of Lebanon Mr Wathen Simms spent Sunday at Bardstown Junction Mrs Js Haydon of Bardstown is the guest of her daughter Mrs Leo Haydon Mr Andrew Cunningham and Mr H B McElroy and dauihter Eliza beth spent Saturday in Louisville Mr J J McCabe of Louisville is visiting his family at this place Miss Ethel McClasky of Bloom field is spending a few days with Miss Veola Brown Mr Tommy Hamilton of jFreder jMondayhere Miss Nannie Ray Thurman has returned to her home in Lebanon after a visit at the home of Judge I H Thur man Mr J R Durham who was called to campbells VilJe last week blbe ill ness of his son has returned home Mr and Mrs Jv R Mahon of Lebanon soent Monday with Mrs Mahons parents Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr nlafewMrs Katie Williams P days in Louisville this weeIcI Miss Mabel Williams has returned from a visit to her grandmother at Fr dencktown Messrs George BacheliorJoe Mc Clasky and Edwin Smith ofiBlcjomfield spent Su dayhere Mr Adolph Hertlein will leave Thursday for Louisyil1e where he will spend some til Mr Jas Thompson1 of Bardstown was here on business the first of the week Messrs Bernard Hurst John Mat tingly Chas Tongs Floyd Burba and Dr Green well oft Bardstown were here Tuesday enro ite to Lebanon to attend the K C meeting Messrs Morrison ONaii and Tommy Colvihleft Monday for Louisville where they have accepted positions Mr Lyrihe Bush left laSt week for Terre Haute Ind to attend school Mr Morrie Purrett left Sunday for Hot Springs Ark to undergo treatment for rheumatism Mrs Bessie Riedel and littledaugh ter Nellie Ruby are visiting relatives in Bloomfield Mr and Mrs W T Leachman were in Lebanon Sunday tMissschool at St Catharine spent Saturday and Sunday at home r Messrs JCShader C H McIn tIre George and Will Robertson W T Leachman Murray Floyd Shaker ROb- ertson Wathen Si mslJ L Barber 1 rule 818 8eJelI I BuggiesWagons I- 111Feiicing111 j m HAVE purchased the stockof Vehicles consisting- of Buggies Wagons Surreys Runabouts etc from H G Shewmaker Coandwill conduct the business in the building now occupied by that Ffirm I invite the people of Washington t to call to see me when needing anything in my countyIJIft assure all that my prices will be found as low er as can be made by any dealer In yehicles 4 tJH IH Will Handle the best Makes L of Vehicles And feel certain that I will be able to please all vho call upon me both as to price style and material i American Field- S FENCEI S I will also sellthe American Field Fence werthan the lowest The farmers of Washington county are too well acquainted with the excellent features of this fence and it is unnecessary for me to dwell upon it in this ad vertisement 4 Yur patronage is most earnestly soli- citedACKIMBALL Opposite Boblitt Bishops livery Stable 117 S J Anderson L B Cain Al Mudd arid Dr J C Mudd were among those from this place who attended the Knights of Columbus meeting in Leba non Tuesday Frank McWhorter who recently recqvered from a severe attack of scar let feyer is now suffering from the af ter effects of the disease and while his condition is not considered critical yet it is serious BUSINESS MANS DECALOGUE LThe following ten eoMMMMments have been compiled for tke modern business world 1f Thou shalt not wait for Bome- thing to turn up but shalt pull off thy cogt and go to work that thou mayest prosper In thy affairs and make the word failure spell suc cesQtt 2 Thou halt not be content toJabout thy business looking like a loaf er for thou shouldst know that thy personal appear M is better than 11 letter of recommendation 3 Thou shalt not try to mak ex cuses nor shall thou say to those who chide thee I didnt think 4 Thou shalt not wait to be told what thou shalt do nor in what man ner thou shalt do it for thus may thy days be long in the Job which fortune hath given thee I 5 Thou sto U Ml to maintain thine own integrity nor shall thou be guilty of anything that will lessen thy good respect for thyself 6 Thou shalt not covet the other tel lows job nor his wfljary nor the post tion that he hats lned by his own bard labor 7 Thou haltnQt tall to live within thy Income nor shalt ontract any debts when thou cait Mot see thy way clear tQ pay them 8 Thou shalt not be afraid to blow thine own horn for u ft tallest to blow his own kem at 1fts yroper occa sion findest nobody standing ready to blow It for him S Thou shalt not e to say No when thou m1IINo nor ahalt thou fall U fI tat there are times wk i It ki e to bind thyself by a bMty judt 10 Thou shalt give ery man a square n1This is Uw Jot and great commandment and there Is no other like unto It Upon this commandment hangs all the law and profits of the business world Graham Hood in Storekeeper lR1lKulLttT II 1IInlUnllll ftl The SUNInIlIdII11II w wWW HILLSBORO As we have been absent fromthe good columns ot this paper for some time twill try and perform my duty Mr George Cblyin of Illinois ha bought the Ed Sutton farm Price 1000 Mr Walter Ray bourn of Sweeq Hill is spending a few days with Rich ard Shewmaker i Mr Marth Cheatham spent Sunday with Samuel Cplvin of this place f Mr Marshall Keelingsold his farm to Mr John Crow price 2600 Albert Pinkston sold to E J Ilink ston a sow and five pigs price 28 Mrs Mcllvoy of this place is spend ing a few days with Mrs Mary Mcll VQY of Willisburg Mr Elvm Settles who has been vis iting his uncle at Lebanon has returned home J v Mr Sammie Colvin purchased acow of CookseyBros Price 50i Little Margie Oder who has been confined to her bed forsqme tithe is able to be out again Mr Coleman Settles jvho hashadan attackof grip is better at this writing Mr Will Sutton sold his house and lot in Sycamore Valley to Colvin Bros r Price 250 Mr C W Oder purchased 25 barrels of corn of Alex Armstrong pricei3 per barrel Lee Settles boughtof J H Settles 4Mrplace spent Sunday with William Har din of Beaver Creek j Mr J A Coulter is enecjtihg a nice f building on his place which will add much to the appearance of his farm 4 Mr Eyerett Scruggs of Willisburs spent Friday with his sister MrsToin Prather at this place Mr A S Hines was in Springfield on business Tuesdav Jt v The death angel visited at the hoinnja of Mr G C Farrew and took away hi threeyearold son Death was due ie membraneous croup Mr Will Oder of New Port OhioLis visiting friends and relatives attthkl place Mr vtlenCT Hickerson and daughter Pearl spent Saturday with ThomaertMcllvoy and wife A Mr Tom Settles will crop this year with Tom Sutherland J It Does The Business Mr FrE ChamberlainoClintollv Mainesays Bucklens Arnica Salvfi It doe the business I have used it for piles and it cured them UaeS it for chapped hands n litsure1 thorn AJV plied it tQ oJglIOr juidithMiedii without leaving a scar behInd 25c4 at Haydon Robertsons drug store f f Subicribt for Tti SuV IiW ytiiir r r iw J i vII = LitTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1909 Do You Want a SMALL FARM LOOKAT THESE 1Cheaper Than You Can Build a louse NoIoL60 miles from Springfieldon good r pike goodroom dwelling good stock barn good orchard all under good fence f fourth mile from school and one mile from Price 1 800 Np roe 49 acres 3 miles from Springfield f mile from pike 6 room dwelling small stock i barn of locusts good fence all in t grass plenty of water Price 1 200 The Real Estate Man B O LAKE SPRINGFIELD KY c Jf RAMS BROWNS PHIllOSQ f 7 PHY A good man has ho business in a dad business I The ox is more certain of long life than the lion Is v jv 11Godls disappointed in the Christian who is not happy i The man who mlsses repentance rtll inlss heaven y r 7if GodS way of lifting a man high r first give him a drop Vr its In trying to defeat Gods purpose the devil helps it along God has godlike ways of helping his jijepplll out of trouble The moment a man turns his back j bri sin his face is toward God f How the angels must love to watch tte man who is doing his prayerful WiestMan has always been the same since the fall and neither God nor the devil has changed any Not many of the brightest crowns in heaven will be worn by those Who werebig guns here t There is always plenty of room near the front for the man who has a backbone like Caleb had Many a man supports a carriage more for the benefit of his coachman than he does for himself t Holding a dollar within an Inch of ji mangnose will make him stone blind to everything that in good 1 r Many a church member would be scarediT almost to death if he could feel his own pulse and find put bow near dead he Is The getmon can beidodged in a thou ways but there is Vo getting away from a true Christian lice Indian of s News OJNTfED PARAGRAPHS C s Itsas hard for women to keep mon Xeyai secrets f o people in love act at if it were at delightful torture Coolness between friends doesnt count on hot days t 1io 1ipmeltsa dignified girl like an unexpected kiss t Its queer that a fellow often bas p m ybad habitib +t8PE +it 3 83 A d 2dY acres One church onehalf plenty HORN istq sand WffeVfeht A pots appearance of meekness may cover a lot of mischief Run for office if you would know how many friends you havent got i Life isnt much ofaburden Jo the woman who looks younger than she is S Our ide ttol an eccentric man Is one who attends strictly to his own busi ness Half a loaf Is sometimes better than exhausted vitality due to overwork t Many a man who knows that he knows things does not know how to prove it A girl will forgive a young mdn for kissing her but shell never fcrgive him if he doesnt Imwhistleself likes to hear himself talk matter how homely a girl may be sbedoesnt think people justified in describing her in plain language Chicago News FLASH tGFIT r Pretty haear time to start writing letters to yoUr rich relations The tr is that a good office boy doesnt remain an office boy very long Remember when the plate comes your way Sunday that you are not being asked fOrR political contribution Judging from our wifes demands for money weve come to the conclu sion that she has an Ideaxthat the- business boom has already started with us We never had a political promise made to us but we Imagine that it amateurhuntersDetroit Free Press QUIPS A popular motto amo g holidays oners Is Sofa and no tither- To stop a train costs inly half a dollar When the train Is stoPPed by another one the price however goes up slightly r On a slushy day the 40 silk stockings will be found her skirt at least five inches higher than the girl in woolen ones The Springfield Sun LoG per year The Sn sinCourierJournaL 1M the Springfield sun ILUfow rea li JT YOUR WINTER t READING j i t Should be selected now Call upon The unaod letusvv assist you W couirse you will include TttE SUN a ttO PEIlYEAI r f f f a H IMpRESSINGISABEL By ELLIOT WALKER Copyrighted 190S by Associated Literary Press Im sure I dont know how Iam ever to get out of this scrape The girl peered helplessly from the anti quitted shed shuddering at the thun der crashes close on the heels of every flash of lightning A deluge of rain swept across the wild pastures The brook fifty feet away roared between its alder lined banks Upon her wide hat fell a steady dribble from the leaky roof and her thin dress was fast dampening in the mist driven shelter She forced a laugh Isabel Lynn was- not easily daunted Of course it was lonely and wet and very sko4tering to the nerves but she was perfectly safe Oh yes let her thank her stars to be secure under the friendly boards 1 Suddenly a gasp broke from her Slut shrank back Something was coming with leaps through the high weeds growing rankly at the corner of her retreat Through Isabels startled brain tore thoughts of dangerous ani mals The near mountains might hold anything She cowered into the farthest corner Surely the thing would go by s But it didnt It dashed under the shed with a loud snort blowing and shaking vigorously then stood gazing at the storm and words came to Isa bels horrified ears in u steady stream of disgusted wrath Nell if this doesnt beat me Look at my shoes Look at my new flannel suit My hat is ruined The next time I go trailing around on lhe trail ofa girl Ill know it Foster Allstou youre an unmitigated ass I guess the charming Miss Lynn will not have the pleasure of meeting you Girls Bah Iltake the first train home I wish Id never heard of her So do I sounded a voice in his rear The man jumped and wheeled He saw a slender white gowned figure straighten up take a forward step and then halt A clap of thunder cdrowned his exclamation Then hIs jaw felL Did you speak slr1 indignantly II tried to Really II am over Joyed toto be here Miss Lynn Of course you areyouthat is bless my soul So unexpected you know Quite a shower He cut a ridiculous figure in his star ing embarrassment pulling off the wrecked straw hat bowing In his soak ed garments greatly at loss fbr words woefully conscious of what he had said And he knew that Isabel Lynn had heard him as a model of courtesy aud easy manners He scraped a hesitating toe In the dirt smiling Idiotically Was It for this his fifty mile journey Isabel Is extremely particular and sensitive to first Impressions his AUnt Julia had said Here Is your letter of Introduction Foster Its silly to go crazy over U ph9t graph but go ahead She Is worth It Everything depends upon the way she Is approached Ive praised you to her up to the skies The girl stepped nearer eying him In scornful amusement Her eyes were bright with ill concealed desire to humble The dampness had curled her dis ordered hair in bewitching rings about her white forehead Roses shone in the smooth checks where sarcastic dimples played Allston thought he had never seen a- more lovely face nor one so unreadable Idly swinging her hat she surveyed him curiously with a chilling hauteur which stung him to stead ness and a reckless impulse to retort When one summers at a farmhouse and takes long strolls an occasional wetting must be expected Mr All Bton said Isabel evenly You shouldnt mind your new suit or your shoes Dear me how childish I have heard that you could afford to disre gard trifles I wasnt to blame You neednt have trailed mefAllston regarded her In silence There was more than rf hint disappointment In Isabels tone Hadshe been prejudiced In his favor only to react sharply at his boyish outburst Surely some humor lay in the situa tion Couldnt the girl see it He reflected dismally that many women never forgive slighting remarks even- w11cnuttered In unmeaning careless ness The cool voice went on I suppose tlittoid you at the h6use that I was over this way Foster nodded And you never imagined I mightbe In this shed A head shake You must have had me very much on your mind Were I a big man seek ing a lost damsel my Idea would be to keep my eyes open for the shelters to which she would sensibly run not lose my wits In selfish consideration of rai ment and then anathematize the lady She laughed cuttingly Allstpns countenance was reddening Why dont you speak1 The tipJlfii of her chin was a challenge for hisre ply She would faugh and forgive him after sufficient reduction Tm thinking said Alston slowly Im trying to make cut what chance I have ofoflie paused hesitating What chance 1 Her eyes opened wide at his ceeming audacity Of caching tue 0 oclock train It IE getting laic OhJ Isabel looked down then up A strange darkness was settling down Upon the drill Both had forgotten the storm now grumbling back froir the SQUtlv The turn stepped out InJthc rain In a moment he returned His race was set in hard worried lines Youll put on my coat and well pet I f I Into the open said he decidedly Imay be a fool but I know something of cloudbursts This building isnt safe Quick A sharp command a clutch beneath her arm then a hoisting over rough ground through a pelt of huge drops to a low stone wall and Isabel breathless felt herself pulled to her knees while a strong arm clasped her firmly Forgetting all safte the recognition of superior and appalled by the niurliyblacknessfthe re verberating shocks of heavens artillery thundering over the bills she nes tied against him wIth a little cry as before her frightened gaze a broad sheet of flame showed bending trees flattened to earth and a distant rail fenceflung into flying wreckage The man held her more tightly with an unconscious pressure His face was set and steady tense In his watching yet filled with that bold half smiling light seen On the visages of those who fearlessly face danger The next bright flare found her eyes meeting his in a look as rapid and in tense as the lightningItsf The girl smiled at him afe his breath drew in sharply town shouted Allston FlaU Its coming Shut your eyes and hang to my neck Isabel did In the roar of the elements she clung blindly to him con scions only of deafening noise and a sense of collapse The hush following was broken by Allstons la gh- Thought so he uttered Look Our shed is a heap of sticks Miss Lynn That miniature cyclone hit it Just right Well well if 1 hadnt happened to think so much of my clothes Dont said the girl Dont please The man solemnly consulted his watchIf we hurry he observed I can get you home and catch my train Isabel caught his sleeve No she Whispered softly Id rather you would miss it t i i t Allstons Aunt Julia was speaking of his engagement a month after a bedraggled couple surprised the occu pants of a certain farmhouse I dont understand how Foster managed it so quickly she said I find my letter of introduction was not used He must have made an exceHent im pression the minute he met Isabel i Napoleon and the Roman Law Napoleon I had an extraordinary mind He appeared never to forget anything he cared to remember and assimilated information as the stom ach assimilates food retaining only the valuable An incident will illustrate this remarkable quality of his mind When forming the Code Napoleon he frequently astonished the council of stat by the skill with which he il lustrated any point in discussion by quoting whole passages from memory of the Roman civil law The council wondered how a man whose life had been passed in camp came to know so much about the old Roman laws Fi nally one of them asked him how he acquired his knowledge When I was a lieutenant Napo leon replied I was unjustly placed un der arrest My small prison room con tamed no furniture except an old chair and a cupboard In the latter was a ponderous volume which proved tobe a digest of the Roman law You can easily imagine what a valuable prize the hook was to me It was so bulky and the leaves were so covered with marginal notes in manuscript that had I been confined 100 years I need never have been idle When I recovered my liberty at the end of ten days I was saturated with Justinian and the decisions of the Roman legislation It was then I acquired my knowledge of the civil law- Marriage Among the Aztecs The Aztecs the mopt civilized pea pie of the new world at the time of its discovery had a curious marriage cus tom The ceremony was performed by a priest who took the hands of the bride and bridegroom asking them If they would marry He then took a corner of the wo mans veil and the mans rObg and knotted fthcm tqjretfcer and so they were led to the bridegrooms house Afresh firQ was then klndled on the hearth ad arouJ this fire the priest caused tof go seven timgs The wedded coUfleUhen sat down together trod so was the marriage con traded An Inventory was also made which the father of the bride after wan retained of all the man and wife brought together of furniture for the house of land of jewels orna ments and clothes Then if It chanced that the couple were divorced as was common among the Aztecs when man and wife did not agree they divided the goods according to thTportion each had brought to the other both man and wife having liberty to marry again whom they pleased Of the children of the marriage the daughters were given to the wife and the sons to the bu ltand It was enacted upon pain of death that the divorced couple were not again to remarry All Details Arranged Dear whispered the eloping lover what shall we do with the rope ladder We shouldnt leave it hanging there Oh thats all right replied the coy damsel Pa said hed pull it upagd1nI- Q we couldnt get tackPhiladelp- hia Press r Feminine Logic George you seem to be loalng all fontrol over Jimmle t What makes you think so Why he wont do a thing I tell him o do Cleveland Plain Dealer t 41 t ctk 1 Dr W K Trusty r 4Practical Dentist tSPRINGFIELD ICENlpC Y Deut work atreasonable priced Ati work guaranteed 1 Office over Haydon Barber b t jer B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual waysre1labte tileWorldDR M W HYATT V 1DR JNO M SPAULDINt i Q I EOVERI THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE t SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 1 r OFFICE HOURS PR HYATT j12mf l jDr SPAULDING2 to4pm And in office all liijhfc Dr JC Mud SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY orgIes OYER cJ HAYDONS DRUG BTORI Office Hours 8 to 9 AKlt 2 p1l J H LAMPTO Ml SPRINGPIEI j KY Office in Opera House i Office phoneNo 5 Resjdence lo3S MISS ELLA ADAMS- NURSE TELEPHONES Day 4f iiMh t10li t IfTSCOIT MAY S ATTY ATLAWj Kyt t Will practice in the courts of Waetilngiom t and FederalCourt inthe Cotn tofAppeala Ii Ji dCMcCHORD rr TttATLAWrSpringfield Ky U Will practice in all State andFederal Court W D CLAYBROO r ATTYATLAW SprirteidJ Ky f Will practice In the courts of Wadrtnetb Xppe1j w E SELECMAN ji ATTYATLAW r Springfield Ky h Wll practice in the courts of Waaki counties and in courtof AppiMw MARSHALL DUNeAN LAW YEI Springfield Ky Office in Robertson BuiWing sofington fjj Court of Appeals 5y SM CA Bai AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky Crying Of public salef a speciiUtjr Will go anywhere Tenns reason able Phone84 JOHN Y MAYES i Funeral Director- And 1 Licensed Embalraef jtt SPRINGFIELD KENXUCB T Best Attention Every courtsey shown Ifagidsome use of Caskets and Krtal Ro v Telephone iiay 19 Night 71 t THE SUN ANDaperalyr Bryans Commoner ul6QWeekly CQurierJo altllOWeekl Louisville Herald 136 Nasjhville American American LBO4 Weekly Cincinnati uire 175 Weec1Y Atlanta Constitution Republic1bSemiWeekly Democrat 176 ThriceaWeek New York World 17V Home and FarmY25American A culturistl15 lMimericanBreeders Gazette 22S l CountryGentleman 200 Farm 126 Farm Field and Fireiide liTS Review of Reviews S36- Llppincotts Magazine v r 186- Scribnera Mai eh 41W Ledger Monthly r 1 Harpers Magazine4a 4 Ji Harpers Weekly t4Sunny Souths 1 IC f t aMdk v rw TJ 1 t I J ij ti pt PIlE I SPJtoGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1969 J ft rH1tARLTh6Lj 1 AWINTUffiR 4S H By DONALD KENNICOTFS CopyrIght by Bob sM rrlll otb i Under the gigantic dummy ham which bangs before the door of the market Karl Engels fat spanielsleeps the deep sleep of noontide and of re pletlonWithinrKarl Engel himself ns 8 with his pidgy hands clasped over his fat stom0 ach and dozes The young reporter who stands on the strelet corner walt lUg ora car which Is to bear him dowii to his daily tasks for the hundredth time tells himself gloomily that the world is composed entirely of the bourgeoisie and that Karl Engel in particular dozing there In the but h rshopls bourgeois to the nth power Whistling aggressively Karls as Distant comes in from his belated luncheon and resumes his apron The wholesalers wagon backs up to the ssidewalki and Karl bestirring him Self jtq Bicker with the driver concern ing the choice of meats presently stars back into the shop under an i pQsIng quarter of beef With a mighty vehe lifts it so that itball catch the hook and as it swings into place on the rack he brings it vtqV standstill with a resounding slap hat is really a caress and murmurs to himself Ach he was a fine tel low now He came from out there For though Karls body waca1rined within the narrow precincts of a metropolitan meat market his soul fared far abroad into the celestial ifpace of the western wilds into that fair fl e fabulous land of BretHarte and large of Mayne Reid and savage 1eistsiot Harry Castleman and mad Mexlcahg Out there the good brave beet cattle roamed up and down circlingIIusoidioIndin added arrows to ones person and rare zest to every enter prise and there was gold and blood and firea mans world Ach him mel some day he would go ven he Karl Engel of Market street would go put there away from beeves which were but Uttand bloodless Simula era away from men who were but Dale jpulless shadows away from yes one must be prepared to make some sadriflcesaway from the big Brown glass aij Kphlbergs on the corner With ech recurring spring there came days when oecafelbn permitting Karl would shuffle uneasily up and down the sawdusted the shop instead of dozing in his chair Always then Paul Ludwi the assistant who was ambitious to possess a shop of his own Would inquire quite perti iieiitiy why then he did not go out there But always Karl would sigh departmereached the definite and delectable sum f250Q and gradually the springtime and the Wanderlust would wear away togetherS et at astrbna rare balmy day in- March there came news that the death of that faraway uncle which sets so many ambitions at liberty to vault had placed to Karls credit a multi tude of marks which when trans o J ted into the good round dollars of the republic brought the bank account well above the determined sum Karl was now his own man and Karl after pacing up and down in the sawdust lor a stormy hour thumped down his fist upon the cleaverblock and spoke with the stern voice of mighty resolve He would go tomorrow he would go and Paul Ludwig must run the shop and hire a new assistant Sleepless hours of preparation en sued First the making of his will In which as a childless widower he bequeathed the bank account to his brOthers little girl and the shop to the fa1thfu1Pail Ludwig Next the packing of the ancient leather trunk an op eration that for years he had re hearsed and secretly prepared for Side by side In Its capacious depths Were tucked the Mackinac blanketsuit which he had bought nine years be fore on hearing its coldresisting vir tues praised by a reformed lumber jack in Kohlbergs back room the slashed Mexican trousers of black velI1 V teen which six years before lie had seen worn at the masked ball of the County Democracy and had astutely traced back to the costumers whence they came the lowheeled farmers boots which hb had observed in the window of a shop near the Union station the harmless necessary red handkerchief and the smoked goggles with which to combat the desert sun With them too were placed the lasso which on a glad golden day longago while over at the yards to pay his bills Karl had seen fall from the saddle of one of the yard Herders the big pistol upon whii he had looked with covetous eyes for months t as If lay in the dusty pawn shop window until ho had seen an oilier customer considering it and had been frightened Into immediate pur chas and last but oh not least the long brassmounted target rifle with its exaggerated Buttplate and fibreend handle with which Karl at the monthly meetIng of the Schutzen Terein given a aolidrest and six min tL J SS 1 ute In which to atm Would pot the altogetker1appaUing pur ticket And this at first was a diffi culty for neither Don Carlos rancho nor a lonely log cabin gilded by the rays of the declining sun norlas Dead Mans gulch are to be found upon the folders of any railroad Yet bere Karl showed himself to be a man of resource and worthy of great enter prise He bought a ticket clear to the coast ands t out with the grave determination to choose his place of debarkation from the car window Thus It happened that on a windy day in March Don Quixote of the Mar ket squireless and clad incredibly rode out of the picturesque little New Mexican town of Medilla upon a rock- Ing old Rosinante for which he had paid four prices heating across his- saddle bow the long brassmounted rifle of the Schutzenverein Upon his brow was the black frown of dire dis comfort and of high purpose but In- his heart welled up the allpervading joy of attainment Would but the Fatesbe kind A road was their instruments a kindly devious road that avoided alike the baseball park just outside of town the farmhouses along the river and the nearby grove where at that very moment an unmistakable Sunday school picnic was rioting in In finite ice cream Out over rocky sunscorched hilis and through dusty barren valleys the road led him and Fancy peopled their deolate solitudes with all the puppets of our latter day romance The uptossed dust of the road was redolent of hlood and battle the lowing of diptant cattle ralJ1anddeadlyeach crystalline pebble And when a string of steers passed over tile brow of a neighboring hill the heart of Karl Engel was uplifted as at sight of uncovered treasure and he fingered his lasso with longing nddoubL A roadside cross carved on a boulder 50 years before by devout Mexicans who thought thereby to commemorate some soon forgotten scalplifting then caught Karls Instantly he dismounted and after aI pious prayer for the repose of these unshriven souls spejjt a rapturous hour in fingering the timeworn in scription and speculating uppn the tu multuous day it recorded To him that bit of rock pictured whole troops swarthy villains in velvet a dark eyed maiden radiant with all allure ments and a heroic cavalier whose plunging steed bore a double burden from out the smoke of battleQ 5The road beckoned Just over the crest of a rockstrewn ridge It brought him suddenly upon a windmill solitary gigantic mysterious The cattle for whom its office was to pump water were far abroad in the hills no human habitation was insight the murmur of the faint noonday wind in the motionless sails whis per ddark tales of murder and of massacre Unguided Roginante sought the watertrough Karl dismounted stiffly and after slaking his own thirst fell to munching crackers and sardines that he had regretfully sub stituted for the unpurchasable glories of pemmican and jerked buffalo tongue Then strolling warily about he came suddenly upon a thing which brought him up short openmouthed and saucereyed A small thing too Fact would have described It as the ashes of a campfire built about a dead yucca the bones of a calf that had been roasted thereon the empty shell of the cartridge that had been expended to slaughter the beast and a pair of castoff boots Fancy told another tale of the lonely home of an adventurous pioneer of demoniac warwhoops at dead of night of yell ing savages leaping in glee around the flames that flared about their victim atthe stake Fascinated Don Quixote tiptoed gingerly closer furtively he slipped in his pocket as a memento the empty shell furiously he vowed Vengeance on the first misguided rod skin that ventured to cross his path Alluring the road led on over hill and dale ridge and arroyo A mile or so beyond the enchanted windmill Don Quixote pulled in his Rosinante with a jerk for unmistakably he heard the sound Of footsteps approaching on horseback A moment and then a sol Jtary horseman appeared trotting down the road toward him and his heart beat fastfor joy It might have been Alkali Ike it might have been Chickasaw Charlie perhaps even BillY the Kid but after all Karl decided for DeadwOod Dick Fact indeed knew the rider for old man Johnstons ten derfoot nephew garbed in the remark able attire affected by his kind harm ful and unnecessary chaparejos the widest of wide sombreros and the pearlhandled nickelplated Revolver whose very shadow is tabooed Perhaps he too In his smallsou ed way was Don Quixote further esemplify ing the truth of Mr Oscar Wildes par adox that literature is not the criti cism of life so much as life is the criticism of literature Good evening partner remarked Deadwood Dick with easy non tHowd Don Quixote in a ready but awe stlcken whisper and when the youth had passed turned to look after hfm Deadwoo Dick beyond the shadow of a aoubt his hatband was the skin of a rattlesnake The road wound on eifdlegs Rentier lug pregnant of all adventures Dusk came and with it the friendly light of a ranch house Yet still the ardent spirit of Don Qulxotei granted his weary body no rest forF ct and Fancy still dallied with one another distantly He had drawn closet to the house and warm visions of hospitable bed and board swam in his mind i J when suddenly Clamor came and in Her train were Tumult and Uproar 1TurDolland Riot Shadowy forms about In the faint moon yeUinghorriblythat the occupant of the house having that day be nmarriedhls friends were Indulging themselves in the in delicate western custom known 38a chivaree assailing the nuptial abode with a sort of epithalamial chorus of hideous noises until the groom should appear with brown jugs of sedative liquors Fancy however knew well that here was a wild night of battle hoarse shouts of bloodthirsty outlaws deafening detonations of musketry throbbing tomtoms of savage allies groans of wounded sighs of dying rapine pillage slaughr ter With no thought of retreat but in pitiable perplexity as to the identity of friend and foe Don Quixote made ready his weapons and urged Rca inante hither and thither about the borders of the melee The uproar waxed terrific culminating in a vast and Universal ululation of victory when Benedict yielding at last brought forth his tribute to the turbu lent disciples of Bacchus A noisy division of the spoils followed and Karl was edging in closer when an unsteady figure staggered toward hUn engaged with a furious combat with his own shadow The shadow became superimposed upon Don Quixote and it occurred to the befuddled war rior to discharge hispistol in close proximity to the ear of Rosinante The Result was retreat inglorious un stayed incontinent and when Karl at length pulled in his trembling steed darkness and silence enveloped himYet at last stern Fact took nimble Fancy to wife and their offspring was Adventure Crouching by the roadside over a fire Of brushwood he had with difficulty constructed Karl passed a sleepless night obsessed by a haunt ing dread that though the gods might vouchsafe to bima Pisgah sight of these their promised glories they would deny him participation And at dawn when he mounted stiffly and spurred the unwilling Rosinante onward his heart was very heavy Then it was however that he at tamed and achieved For loj out of what could but be Dead Maps gulch thete appeared an undeniable stagecoach drawn by six quicktrotting mufes It debouched upon the main road overtook Karl and passed Shim in a cloud of glorious dust it does not matter that the normal function of this vehicle had long since been usurped by a 4Ohorse power Mercedes nor that it now served merely as a reliable and dust proof carriage in which to transport from the railway station the superintendent of the Golden Eagle mine the wlthpayenIvelopes stockholder Nor is It even of importance that the man who stood waiting with drawn revolvers behind a bowl der a little farther on was not a recrudescent road agent but a discharged gang foreman seeking at once revenge and recuperated for tune Reality and appearance were In all fundamentals identical And so when Don Quixote relentlessly spurring Rosinante forward in thelopeot one last glimpse galloped over the crest of a little ridge he saw before him a true real and Indu bitable stage coach robbery the three hapless passengers standing with uplifted hands at the mercy of the menacing weapons in the hands of a lone masked bandit The supreme moment had come yet Don Quixote did not hesitate for his part in the drama was all too obvious Instantly he Aid down from the unstable back of Rosinante and kneeling rested upon a rock thei long brassbound rifle of the Schutzenvierein Facing about the road agent opened fire upon him but Karl did not hasten unduly Four times the bandit fred and though he missed received jlO reply the fifth bullet froth his revolver striking Karl in the hip spun him over in the dust unconscious But in that same instant the long target rifle had spoken also and its word was deadly Thus briefly ended Don Quixote of the Market his knightly errantry For though the mine superintendent caused himvtb be cared for most ten derly yet even when he emerged from the delirium of the initial fever it appeared that he was not sane And it was therefore deemed best to send him under the care of a doctor to that address which along with some moneys Was found in a curious old wallet under his shirt Thither he came safely and when he had been nursed back to health by his brothers wife he told a tale of his adventures In that far tree fabulous western land which they needs must believe even as he did for he bore its proof upon his person Under the gigantic dummy ham which hangs before the door of the Tat market Karl Engels fat spaniel sleeps the deep sleep of noontide and of repletion Within Karl Engel him self his right leg extended stiffly leans back with his pudgy hands clasped over his stomach and dozing draams of the poignant and passionate life out there all of which he saw part of which he was The yOung re 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at prompt Investigation deserves a special place In the chronicles of alleged psychic phenomena Asa rule spook stories rest upon secondhand evidence In this instance three persons baVe made affidavits of what they saw One is Rev Robert Brock who fe acting as locum tenens for Rev Dr Hugh Astley vicar of East Rudham who is Wintering in Algeria and whose disembpdied spirit s stated to have made its appearance in bodily shape at his Norfolkshire vicarage The first news of the alleged ap arition was published In the London Times in a letter from Rev Robert Brock The4Times assigned a well qualified correspondent to investigate and while this correspondent has been unable to see the apparition himself his circumstantial reports have been a plausible contribution tb the case Rev Mr Brocks story follows OwIng tothe fact that frfe wife was not in good he lthDr Astley vicar of East Rudham decided to winter in a warmer olimate obtaining a chaplaincy at Biskera Algeria and left England with Mrs Astley on 13e It was arranged that I should act as locum tenens I met Dr Astley for the first time In London on De ember 9 and spent not more than half au hour with him The Appajri ion Stood Beside the Gar den Wall prior to coming on here and I heard nothing more of him until December 26 when Ireceived a letter from Rev Herbert Muril the English chaplain at Algiers announcing that Dr and Mrs Astley had sustained injuries in a railway accident on December 16 On the same evening Igol the let ter I was seated in the diningroom when Mrs Hartley the housekeeper came to me and said Come and see Dr Astley and led me into the study Looking through the glass window on the lawn I myself jQlstinctly saw the figure of Dr Astleydln clerical at tire standing against the wall which adjoins the diningroom It certainly was not a reflection of my own face for P am clean shaven and the face of the figure I saw wore a beard and mustache It was distinctly Dr Ast ley aI i saw him in London il rubbed my eyes and looked again I was not dreaming The figure was n9t looking at me J L1I1 housemaid who haa joined us also could see the figure II T will go and have a look in tie garden I s idand I did go There was nothing to be seen there aid when 1 returned the vision had gon On the following Tuesday Decem ber 2Mrs Hartley again saw the apparitionSAs on the previous occasion con tinned Mr Brock Mrs Hartley went the3t11dY1andCome quickly Here it is again Iwent rapidly to the study Looking through the window I again saw distinctly the vision on the lawn al beit it was not so distinctly visual ized as before probably because of the strong moon shining After the first apparition telegrams were sent to Algiers inquiring about the Astleys The response came that both Dr and Mrs Astley were prog ressing comfortably but curiously enough a letter written December 26 which arrived In England later re vealed the interesting fact that Dr Astley Was suffering from concussion of the brain and presumably Was un 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me iiejd opportunity that advertis ing opens to you Tpere is almost no limit to the possi 1bilidesof your business if you study to turn trait into your store If you are not get ting your share of the business of your community theres a reaso PeOple go where they are attracted where they know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statementS in your advertising see to it that you are able to fulfill every promise you make You will add to your business reputa tion and hold your customers It will not MMMfc b run youtvertiser who gets there Have- something in the paper every issue no matter how small- We wiU be pleased to quqte you our advertising rates par ticularly on the years bus flCSS By Right Of Ltiye A Short Stoiy slRural LA J iS By Mary C Rngwalt CopyHgnt by BobbsMerrll Co The doctor John Norton held the lines listlessly as he drove down the country road The Smith baby was teething he might pave to lance her gums Tommy Peterson who had personally investigated the mysteryo the forbidden fruit in the form dt green apples was ojn the road to re covery and new mifechief Even the judge no longer needed the ministra lions of a doctor so jmnch as those of a nurse There wer rio critical cases to scatter his thoughts that swarmed about the anxiety of his own home His litjtle mothers was breaking down kt was all ills fault accused his morbid thoughts In their last talk together he had promised his father to take care of her And it had come to only this Like all sensitive natures he measured his actions by their result not their motive blamed himself for the renunciation of personal opportunity arldambitionfor the sake of the same little mother with her pleading thy that her boy would not leave her in her loneliness Had he only dared selfishness then Insisted that she should tear loose the clinging love for the old home for his new one in the strange dreaded city by now he could bave kept her in ease and luxury Nortons forehead puckered in a calculatlng twist Although the drought had made tight among his farming chenteeh could manage to borrow a hundred or two to send her to the shore for the complete rest and change that would alone be her salvation but there was his mothers indomitable will to be reckoned knowledge of his ffalrspreventfd kIndly decep tion and no power on earth could pesuade1her to spend a borrowed penny on herself The pucker deepenedhe was searching for hidden possibilities among his uncollecteid uncollectible With a New Spurt of bury the Fight Continued bills Then even in thut worried mo ment the doctor smie4 He had re membered Joe Rileyg 300IAs the months had pIed themselves up into years after Joes operation this promised bonanza had been the pet dreamcastle built by the doctor and his mother in their twilight talks the family Joke of the s mer breakfast hour And yet only la it week when the doctor had broach d the subject to Joe anew there had seemed a definite purpose in the atters eye a he begged Norton to wait until the first of the cqining month The first of Septemberwhy that was today bit course nothing wotill icome of it but bis despair clutched at eVen a straw of hope and flicking Molly B with his whip he hasten Jd toward the tollgate passing und r Its lifted white arm into Centervlllp one of the little squat one story towns dotting Cloverdale cdiintx ove which the Electors practice sprawl d Old farmer White his legs in faded blue overalls twisted about a keg of nails was ornamenthi the platform in front of Watsons as the doctors buggy drew up Hello Pete Hello yourself Doc SThe doctor leaned out af the biiggy peeping in through the pen door to alaughlngrroup of me lolling over a Say Pete he Calle ask Toe Riley to come out hero a moment will you I want to speak t him Sure was the ready answer but Instead of entering the store he sham bled down the steps am approached the buggy giving A low fchuckle with the same shuffling quality as his walk Heard the news about him Doc lywithpipe Norton shook his head jtCnlitrnthat what you call luck The chuckle shuffled through his speedh punctuating it with dashes it werent paid in till today but Joe Imew it was acoming or m re a oH s celebratfng aqeek treat- Ing the boys to He stopped su Jdeijly consc US of the doctors a3entipindedq4ze The a shining light In his eyes He a pray iiiSnian butt there crises in dtnf his professional life when nis neart Uplifted to tha Supreme Mystery in words of praise unepoken by his shy lips And now he felt that a pcwer outside himself above beyond himself had laid a divine gift in the out stretched hand of his necessity Riley had known of his legacy at tbelr last meetingthat had been the meaning then of the definite purpose- in his eye when he had asked the doctor to wait The laughter trailed from the shop to the sidewalk and Joe Riley stalked pompously toward the buggy the boys in his triumphant wake Yell Doc said Rilex with bolster ous joviality what Is it tbdayteao- ats or a clotheswringer The doctor laughed I guess Its congratulations first isnt it Joe Petes been leaking Riley play fully slapped the mans shoulder There followed a general exchange of bantering pleasantries then in a little drift of silence the doctor said genially So this legacy was in your mind a week ago Joe when you asked me to wait to settle that little business affair of ours Riley lifted one foot to the buggy step and bent over to tie a dragging shoestring Yes Doc I had the leg acy in mind all right Nortons smile held the radiance of sunshine after a storm The money couldnt have come in more handy Joe That little mother of mine is all worn out Now I shall take your 300 and send her to the shore for as long a time as I can coax her to stay You aint afrying your chicken be fore youve catched It be you Doc Idont quite understand The doctors mind fumbled for the point of humor in Joes joke This here sleek bobtailed fortunes aint no hack horse to haul a load pF debts Shes to be ridden for sport see 1 v Come Joe said the doctor quiet ly quit your fooling Im in dead earnest uSo am Nortons eyes blazed Joe Riley I give you fair warning Ill put up with no nonsense Youll pay me that 300 or Ill have the law on you NorItontors tone Your bill was outlawed yesterdayI had that in mind too when I asked you to give me another week For an Instant the doctor sat mo- thnless then ne threw the lines out of his hinds and jumped from the buggy Dashing off his coat and tossing It on the sidewalk he cried The bills outlawed js it By heaven well settle it without the Iaw then The astonished Rlley slunk backt from Nortons threatening fist Youre making a pretty good bluff Doe he laughed derisively but it dont cut any ice with me You book ish men aint got the ginger to fight andSA brow from Nortons fist stung a crimson trail dowa Rileys left cheek JIPonhisOut of hurrying clouds of dust up and down the pike men came running Something was doing in front of wasleftshop the cleaver flung down upon the choppingblock There was no time for explanations and the crowd was not one of fine dis crimination but for the past ten years Doc Norton had come Into Intimate touch with their lives and hearts1 and they championed him to a man uGo it Doc Steady there Thats the boy Doc were cries given in an ascending scale of enthusiasm Rileys great bulk Vas now a wall of selfdefense now aV battering ram of danger against his foe But Nor tons staying power his habit of ignoring fatigue ache s and pain in the performance of a hysicians duties bad stored the strength of resistance in every fiber of his being while his alertness both of mind and body gained in telling force when brought into prolonged play with Rileys lum bering clumsinessS The blow upon Joes left cheek no longer showed his whole face was a purplfsh crimson sweat trIck- ling from his forehead Mi breath coming and going pantihgly j Come Joegive in cried Norton Lets call it a finish jWithnjht continued Phisinstant Korton dropped the attack standing off guard Tnn flash joe swung dqwn his rrr s rZle a hinge forward k devilish gleam in his ann fling eyed dlaof darser ninth spftaij jJj lieI fore Tileys outstretched lingers could snatch at his ankles Riley ciching 1 t the air test his balance ana pitched forwardas he struggled to v sain his Opting a hand of steel gripped the back of his shirt collar a weight bore down upon his shoulders forcing him firmly to the ridewalk where he sprawled in thp dust Doc Nortons hold still on MB collar A shout arose from lusty throats nd even Rileys cronies who had so ecently dravk Ills wiisky now joined the crowd wavifag their iiats when Joe lllley whimpered Ill settle Uui ihe doctor was Co xhs tothu ovation One shining thought floode his mind thft q his littK ijtli6ri flutteringSher nceno lon n 55 lnhetrai Jed but her cu wltj iiAlicd with health thti sunlit rnrkl ci theses ia bertircd lusterless yjtia j l 1 f44 i SS 0 BULLETIN BUBBLES i Part interestthe actors f1j Rank and fiiejornewspapers- The highwayman ha1p1Y way jr dpjng things- Tlie5finger 0 V of fatf i Kpifc iIaalmost every pie 4 vV r dd1iicCertafnlyI The rule in a prohibition tate seems to bebar none 4The words coined In the mint dp iirt increase our vocabulary You can not learn lobea dramatic critic by reading the Acts When some people try to put o style it is merely a takeoff People who make too flowery gp cii es should be nipped in the bud As tp the rag some people nevr bite off more than they can chew jfThewhat makes a man casehardened When oInegli1saredln plcklt it is pretty sure to be a sweet One The ball room is where a maim mo used to society gets all b liedup The town generally look blue to a man after he has painted Uted It seems paradoxical but Ifi pos ible to keep dry under a weepiag willow Philadelphia Bulletin PRAISE OF THE ICONOCLAST The world owes much to itfdlij contented J It has made Jefferaon seem reaF by making him human vfi ic What Carlyle calls the everlasting no is better tfian the eternal yes Discontent says Wilde la the first step in the progress of a man or a nation i It has 81 =ehU5 a lleshand blood pltelt It took the estlesS tjI a EUSt nam to unlock the golden frflaaurT pV the middleT west i V Even the negative man whp dnlyiaf temanThe credulous are content tb itaip ubt4Kltbep4 Biographical Iconoclasm has paInted portraits of many men of whom w have heretofore had only pictures TThe man who iliyg agrees wifli everyone furnishea fao deas and JddM are the starting Oi its of progress The American colonists were icok t oclasts They tOre down w hat iras otterf Had Stephenson seen no need ianything better tbntbeo br tem theaomot1veJobnPhiladelphia Telegraph IN SMALL BITES Celluloid is a plastic materialicoii posed of guncottpn and camphbri Ct ugg1thn t shOyQjjknown tey I The king of Saxony owns thE Jffe mous porcelain factory at Melssenv J f Antralla In ten years paid put 5SSS015 in bounties jr rabbits atOJ the rate of 25 cents bach 4SInce 187 New York lisa been arrled three times by the Demoeiatsnd- sx times by the Republicans SI Tampa made and sold 2890000f elgartaetor CanadlaJtsUyelsonlc that it is practically Useless tategeoloicaIsupply of northern Chins mi JOSiOOOW 000000 tons i t 7 RS 7 Always stick to a frieoduhtilit sticks you- Gladly i e Jaccept crumbs bt comfort and dont Inedor the whol tbiLtery r The true friend otters the to Here s good luck to you Jld need of ItIt l I The man with the most sand wins the woman with the most rpyitiig Sagnfor example It Is particularly dorm to quir rel with your wife pn tthe wayx to cimrbh People will think that yp hive lost your relIgion as wellas your msnnerst jl f f