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Ir rnsso L J 1lPerYr1 f j f t t tYMIIIEI J SPRINGFIELDi KYf WEDNESDAY NQVEMIER 30 1904 NMU I 1 GROWTH CfSfKifljfieW During the P tFew Years Has Been Remarkable Ko other town in theState has made is manystrides of advancement during the pMt few yea1 as has Springfield In fact the growth of the tapiu from 4i bosiaMB standpoint hste heWremark able and there iare few people who would have belied arf ew years ago that chan advancement in all interests wfmaaattg the probabilities Spring field MW ranks as one of the bestbosi iwssjpointsmtbe State Ask a drsm jner to name some of the best towns m Xentucky and we will wager you that ne includes Springfield in the list That lethargy which prevailedin most Ken tucky towns a number of years ago is me longer prevalent among the businessmen of this little city butinstead there is a liMtle among the people which is surprising to the stranger Many new houses are now under construction and many more are needed to supply the demand The best electric light plant and the best waterwork system Jn Kentucky can be found right in Spring ffield While other towns around us are goinc dry by reasons of continued iroutfas Springfield has thousands of barrel of thf purest filtered water jn the reservoir Few towns nave better business houses yad we doubt whether there isa town in the South that has a 35000 hotel bulling The Opera House is a beau tiM stricture and s an ornament to the town while the Masonic Temple isa thing of beauty and a joy for ever It is perhaps the moat dsoelyfur nislied lodge room in the State The building stands as a monument ta the integrity oftheMasonic Order ofSpring field fThe churches of the town show that religion is not ata low ebb here om tioBshaYT ieetRftiIliip and are energetic in their efforts to further the religious welfare of the people Springfield has a right to be proud of IierGradedSchooLThereisztaltter 2new and handsome aid the school is in charge of progressive and competent teachers Indeed Springfield is spreading her self and later The Sun intends to print the whole story scatter it over the State and thus enlighten the folks of other places I 2I ttttol StttKt Hiil Cmpl1d1 j Signer G Moretti the famous Italian sculptor who designed the model for the Goebel statue has now completed the wprkjon the model and will leave I exington for Birnuiigham where he goes to e ect a monument m the city park Arthur Goebel of Covington brother of William Goebel Was in iLex ington recently and inspected the work of Signor Moretti and w perfebtly satisfied with the lifelike tatue He win notify Senator James BJ McCreary chairman of theMonument Commission 4thask him to call a meeting of that bodytopassonthe work ikckhg Datk sT + Bardstown Record Hon Aljan VI McKay awyer and welliknowa citizenof Nelson County iliiedrsuddehly of heart failur Wednes diy night a Sew minutei to nine o cIock He complained of feeling unr Avetllate in the afternoon a physician wastcalled but Mr McKay only lived a few hours His death is a terrible jihock to the whole community He has held the office of School Superiiltendent was well liked and wasla splendid man Death of Miss McPhertson theMcPJjereson di4 athr onday of last wee of cdn ed 9ie ha- diLks4ingfield wiere sh- eMtbrably knowp De t member of the Catholic chWeki after fungal set vices by Fase 1es sy the body was interred pifrning in St Dominics ceiry fll lea eij a father and mqther tw aid two brothers to 4nournM3ir Mk hey ve thesyjcpthy ote Hwity MSttoft Roney Lebanon Enterprise Mary j e iTed a telegntm Tt1 47i 1J 41 1f 2 JI f m bt i prItt 111 i- U ii DEVOTED TO THE INTER TSOF WASHINGTON COUNTY J Lf jr Jr r RAPiD p evening announcing the sudden death of his br ier John Milton Roney which occurred at St Vincents Acade Union County Tuesday1 afternoon n November 1904 at 5tbcock of heart trpuble For two or three years de eased has been in rather feeble health but being naturally a man of robust constitution he would never give up Mr Roney was born in this county August 16 1830 sad spent hw early years on his fathers farm on Hardins Creek Later he went to Springfield Washington county where he built many residences In 1856 he mod to Henderson andih 1862 to St Vincents Union county where he lived until death Shortly after his arrial at St Vizientsthe overseer of the Academy died and he was called upon to take hia pJac tainpocarily 4He accepted the positionand so well did he fill it that he was prevailed on to keep it permanently Thus for 42 years he managed the farm of St Vincents Academy and during all that time rendered most efficient and fathful service STOCK SOLD Many Horses ami Cows Changed Hands Here Monday Col R EL Whayne reIth4ollow- ingstreet sales for last Monday 1 aged horse 4925 17 head 950 pound steers 31 per head 12 head yearling steers 24 per head 1 milch cow 2150 1 milch cOw 1880 milch cow 1795 1 dry cow 19 14yearold mare 123 1 plug horse 37501 buggy and har ness 2L Mr S M Campbell reports the following sales One sow and 11 pigs 1605 7 fiftypound ats 195 per head 2 brood sows 14O2 steer qalves 75 per head 1 old cow 730 1 eigh ieroldhorse52 Iplog mare 37501 plug mare 34j 1 horse 40 1 fdyet oid mare lic9750r 1 plug horse 401 plug horse 3150 1 sixr yearold mare 65 1 harness horse 73 i aged stallion 192 IIDohoney ODaniel of Lebanon bought 6 threeyearold mules of WJ S Gibbs iWillisburg last Thursday at 140 per head RayJWakefierd threeyearold mules to Mr Turpin of Georgia at 135 per head BADLY YI HURT la KalrMd week at lift Bridle Was Ertest Cil toraed 4aadjOeerwlsc IJ8fr Mr Ernestdc sonof Mr Fred Cox of thia place was Seriously hurt last Thursday night in a railroad wreck at High Bridge Mr Cox was firing oh a double header freight when the accident occurred It is said that one of thecars jumped the track causing the engine to plunge into the cars in front throwing it from the track Tile engiAe was completely wlishdandMr Cox was buried beneath it jThe most seri ous injury he received was from the escaping team though he w consider ably bruised For a while his life was despaired of but it is now thought that he will recover The engineer was killed A LsSale of Fine Facms L S H Grigsby sold hiss farm near Mooresville consisting of 88 acres ta- J K Cheat nfsr 1900 Mr Grigs by has piirchased alarge farm inHardin county H Mr J IF Tobinof this placesold his farm nr Stringtown to Johhathan Riley here for 14000 Thefarjm consists of 2p5acres well improve4 land and is one of most desvrabl Ihomes in Nelson tyMr Tobin gently andIt teereeicase of Mrs Lizzie Collins etiiit vs Mary Buckman etctheAoUBuk mart- house andjlot at Fredricktown so for 575 becoming the purchaser N Dr A A Bailey second a atant sician at the Eastern Asylwv ha appointed lint awistant thy ikian W I r u1 THE ADVERTISER iSpnngfieldlBusuiesskie J Thro4theColumns of The Sun Have J Some Heart to tart Talks With 1 heopkI Judicious adveitisngiS4o a business enterprise what steam is to the en gine Both are propellers Each iaustavo a perfect system in order to bring about the best results If the cells inthe engine through which the steam withIadvertising If a totgether in a clumsy manner m run and week out without i change he may expect very poor returns After an ad appears in two issue s of a paperit1practialIy dead its labor has been performed and the merchant who permits it to appear again is casting hismoney to the Winds Give you advertising a Utile thoght it needs attitionjust as your buying nefbds attention We Believe The Sun is going to carry a full line of advertising forthe ivUrchahtg and businessmen of Springfield and we shall i tthatal1 who adve tisao the right kindof 1gforthe right kind of advertising will insure a permanent patronage 4Of course we ard going to do all we can to assist those who use our advertising columns We shill make sugg Mttions as to what shall be said and how it shall be said asl ing the merchant to change his advertisement when we feel that it is no longer bringing good rtsmlts From week to week we shall also request our readers to give all adv rtintia careful reading believing that if they will do so it willjbe the means ofCaving them considerable money during theyear for it is a well knowacfact advertiser is the man who offers bargains iJ r It is hardly necesssary to calls the at tention of the reader td the large adv rtisement of Robertson Bros in this issue It will beseen and read and the bargain hunter3vill find it full of in nglyio1rare ffenng ai array ef bargains on all ll 5 i1 Mr B D La1 w gfjf Cafman has an advertiSementi iMMI of The Sun in which he teIlpee that ttiere is an OCEAN OF COMFORT in the smoke ofa LAKEcigar People who have tested all of Mr Lakes brands unhesitatingly pronounce them The Great Lakes Thi is a growing enterprise and it is not at all unlikely that the Lake Brands of cigars will pretty soon travelfrom Jocean to ocean A d from the Noeundoakcicl- igan to the Southern b of the Gulf of Read the Mexicot Jas J Grayesj Jeweler n tlii issue s mple pricMand solicits your work elhowadvertisement then inspect his line pf samples He promises to suit You in more than one way d Attention is crfllecLto The advertisement ofMcElroyS Shul au TheYare advertising a line of heat ngland cook ing stoves also a line of tiheware Hardware etc T rGrundy Claybropke ffllclntire haL i Boot and Shoe advertisement in this i sue to which your attention is dirt d They have complete lines f Read lttr P J Thomas advertise rent He is offering tof the trade a of bargains in shoes aits etc He also announces that He has a com plete stock of hpliday goods Wood Wells the new dru firm have an announcement in this ispue Attentiot1s called to the Carqof tle Peoples Deposit Bank Your banking business is solicited Fair treatment is guaranteed all WOMAN AOQ A Green County Jury finds Let ie SkagpW Kin cdHcrHttbani Not1iiilty t A jury in the Greea Circuit Court rendered a verdi t late Jast Saturday night in the case ff Mrs Let ie jSkaggs charged wkk e murder of her husband Jtftfiitiguilty About eight months tkaggss1wt and killed her husbhe a 7al ace Skaggs using as a weft farwyjtgun It was claimed that li Y iMib did the shooting in elf feitMtJ f f Mam fc Aiiijouncement I frJ fipf liimouncing the marriage W Hampton Johnson to Miss wdto mgera of Lebanon Bot Mr and Miss Rogers are yvell kno where they have man f extend congratuU in f the py event IfR f netce e oftMri Fred If you will give the advertisement of McClure and Wells in this issue a close readjngj jyou vill find a number of in teresting statements Special attention is called toteir prices on lap rbbes and Cleaver Horse Blankets j FeT Cox Co announce in this issue that their reputation as meat aarketers is at STAKE and for this riM ij ifno other they always handle ifce feeatraeats Lli I ONaaJr aak the tartiig iuHiBcementJn tiui lJof The Sun that 1theri going to W a Changing Read his aHvertiaeAiont KelIyCp meat dealefe have an advertisement in this iSsue of The Sun hey tell you they do not buy anything but the best cattle therefore guaran tJrsj to the tnide good meat T F Parrott announces toi the public that he will dispose of his stock of har ness saddles j etc at cost See his ad HaganBros grocers are advertising jfl this issue their five and tencent cpun ter Teygivealonglistafusefularticles w ich can be bought at 5c and bc- Rad thad MrtO Haydbn thePharfnacist has a cardiithis issuk He is ODe of theoldest druggists in this section of the State his store having been established in 1883 Haydon Barber havetwo advertisements in todayuh They are prepared to sell you anything from a gasoline engine down to a jug of Georgia Syrup or pure Sorghum Molasses Read Hertleins advirtisement in this jssue then go take the cake He tells you that he carries a fresh line every day also a nice selection of candies nuts andfniits Haydon Thompson liverynie call attention totheir livery feed and sale stable and announce that they are prepared tofurnish the public with nice outfits The First National Bank has a card in this issue Capital stock 156000 Surplus and undivided profits 25000 ODanielHagan I Lebanon FTtJrl f TJi33iarriage of Mrt J OPnW to Miss Ajnhie Hagan was duly sibieBi nized Tuesday morning November 52 190 at St Charleschurch circuit Court fn Green Judge Thiirman is holding court at Greensburgthis week Both the crim inal and civil dOCK ts are light there uponteither Died In Lexington Mr Andrew Yankey died at his home in Lexington Jast atUrdaY of complication of diseases aged eightythree Mr Yankey was the father of Mr J SYankey the stockman of this county and was well and favorably known in Washington county JiavlDg been a resident of Springfield many years during his early Jife About twenty ftve years ago Mr Yankey moved from Springfield to PferryyAle but later moved from that to Lexing1oo1 wfcerif he residtdunikil death The body Wai jbrotif hi from Lexing i t ton last Sunday and interred in the cemetery at Pleasant Grove church Monday Morning Mr Yankee was a consiStent member of the Presbyterian churcp and In his ptemberhis death is sorely felt by a ho st of friends and relatives F 4ThedeceasedleaVesan five children His children are K ri Jv S Yankey of this county Mrs 1 Tattle Montgomery of Missouri and 1 Cases Sallie and Lena Sweeny of Lexirgton To these many friends in Washington county extend their sincerest sympathy 1 In SocietyVRED- ERICWQOWN KY Npv 25 1904 The Young Ladies Aid Society of Maud Christian Church held a progressive supper at the residence of Mrs Josie Settles Thanksgiving night which was well attended and a nice sum real ized Oysters salads chicken pickels and delightful refreshments wereserv After supper Mr Will Brown entertained the crowd with recitations The young man is certainly gifted and wepredictforhinia right future Mr Geo Andrew and sister delighted the company by rendering oniano and harp several of their beautiful solos Theirs is certainly a musical family and their music is always appreciated Miss Louise Settle6 and Mr Grundy Duncan alsb lent a helping hand by given recitations Little Miss Arnold in her sweet childish way rendered a song which called forth s9rm of applause The crowd left about 12 oclock wishing the Aid all success in hef good missions X Mrs J H Lappton entertained last gvT 5t Flia All rjr iextephfess and she bastbi ecl mg many pleasing farsevenings program Preeeed On last Thursday evening the young people of the town enjoyeda storm party at the home of Dr J H Lampton Quite a large crowd was present and a most enjoyable evening was spent t MayesChescheir One of the prettiest weddings ever witnessed by the people of Springfield was the Chesche 1t 1nIDchsaida most beautiful ceremony joining the lives and destinies of these two popular young people Immediate ly after the ceremony Mr and Mrs t Chescheir drove to Lebanon where they boarded a train for New Orleans and Other points in the South The bride is the daughter of Mrs thejitoomhere and elsewhere who e tendon IwillratProf Vaught of Winchester principal of Vaughtst Training School of thaU ttlco- fMr Gri said 1 LGray wen1ir at kiie4c Iw4ek Ptmen JPxeLeje a bridal tour Upon their return tilfcike ther home at Win cheitar4LThe bjiHt a ccmplishedand a u we atv and possessr es many prett jgSrira of character which endeared to a large circle of friends Prof Vaught is one 1 of the leadig educators of his section Brown Boblit Miss Kancy LeeBoblit of this place and Mr Lev Brown of Louisville werje married at the home of the brides parents here last Thursday Rev FelixJ f the o Christian churqh officiating The bride and groom art both well knownhere where they hayernumerous friends who extend ddrigrjifelations Mr and Mrs Brown will reside in Louisville I have opened a shoe shop in the fcii f- ment f the Masonic All tea needing sho repairing done do 1l to ahuponMe I GoL TAyioa I i I8pag I j HAPPY REUNIO Of The McEIroy riIyAam rkable Family Of Brothers f And Sisters Mr apdMrs Hugh L ittitr1oT ltKansas City Mop have been rlaitial tl eir relations here for the put twr weeks Their visit has been the oejsion of a family reunion whick held at the home of Mr and Mrs mer Grundy oriiMpnday the 2Ut mL The entire miIyof ten were proa Their names and ages are as follows Mrs Mary R Hughes widow of Dr James R Hughes age eventyegbCi Mrs Sarah F Grundy wife of Palmer Grundy age seventysix Chag L McElroy age seventyfive Hugh L McElroy of Kansas Mo age 72 Anthony C McEIroy ag4 6 Mrs Mar tha J McDowell widow of SSmid McDowell and mother of Judge Cfaacu IL McDowell of Danville age M Elizabeth Ann McDowell wife of HOB Nicholas McDowell of Danville age siXtrfourWi1liam T McElroy aCe on wife of Judge Emmett Field of Louisville age fifty eight Cot John I McElroyage fifty six aggregating 6751earsror an average ofm years L MeEt l is the only 6rie of the family irJlo lisa left the State of Kentucky lie Baviag loated at Kansas City Mo when the town had only a population of4500 He has been prominently identified with the growth and development of Kunafe City which noJ has a population of 250000 He has perhaps owned at various times as much real estate as any other one man in that city and ac cumulated large fortune The father of this family fhe late Anthony McEl ry ll hia Kfe in Springfie J LMtha Iss1jb a- tqtheorders elg months and eight days and was jlOb ably the oldest Mason in the United States at his death Hugh McElro- ygreatgrandfather of this family cated near a1ieldin 178and with Gen Matthew Walton located and named the town of Sprin- gfieldEXTREME CRUELTY The rfnctar and a Teacher at Qla gYEWrslndlGdt Glasgow Kj Nor 26 Imdicbnemta were returne bTthecranci Jury igalnst fi B Terry principal of tk local schools aid Miss Edna Sa tk ene of the teachers Each ehargei with cruelty and unmerdcfuUy walp pins Thomas Richardson of J K Richardson 4empcratlc candidate for congress and state prison oiadea PT Mr Richardson is noif coatesUaf for the seat 1m congress The boy I aboit iS 7ar2 ef ss ind It Is charged that MUs S ltUp cut bis flesh to p1ceswith a Whip because lie refused to diralc the namaot a eoWade WO aa4 efto ried a pistol to a plwljlTea ky tH teacher Mt e Acted under iastructloas girea byPrK clpal Terry ft Is said that Terry kIn self also whipped the boje afUr KIM Smith had done despite the alleftt fact that the lad had beta so ftadly Ipped by hI that he was iranc KIM M trMtw tiwL w toward Terry lad bem bitter bat ks was peraaltte to hold the prlaclfsJ shln W ARE NOT DRY The Drouth to the Conrtary NetwfthItaH 4Ing A FIftIerACrS Crf t Water The prolonged drouth feworldiigyMi unusual hardships upon the peop ia many sections of e State Stock ut numerous localities is driB qojta a number of miles achclay to a4er- while water for demestic puryo e i Mt be hauled from the MYs4aiNs- pring that bappeaednot to fail We extend our te tM poIs who are dryuad inVite tJMai to- coie to Spriuig1eld aD4iu 1D1Ipno Weve got it Mtth best filtered- water MI the Stat Its last winUcs wwateraMtsaacretthty4velskfuL cutoftoal1ks m our iI i oOOOOO J j Thirts filings ti Ic A Hanging IUp of stockings pretty soon t rjlJiJLtb mwith k F fresh Candies rF 8r t Oranges Nuts j g 0 1 Bananas and FruitsThemof i H M O NAN 8 I I r facepone v Gary a s j JeA Fresh line of Canned Goods always in stock I ii a i H1M ONAN Jr j Springfield Ky ooooooooooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOeOOOo 1 JSAM JONES 4S4hSFutureSaySRepublicansoiA X55shazzarfeaztJ t noln the Atlanta Journal Rev Sam tthiediscussestheekction Inprt- sys t 2fcLajEt uesday waz a laidslidean- vfjalancheia Bulls Run and a Waterloo Contained Teddy is in the saddle for jour years more D V and the Dem Jxratsare afoot so to speak but walk twig good and much cheaper than ocftag though it is notso expedicipusi 6iisfAfter all an election isbut all e i ejiejfejon of the choice of the people and jflfcrmajority in tiPs coiintxy rules al iAoogh Teddy got about a twothirds n jority I have met no one Who had dnisouiiung or seemed tobe in sack tdloiiuand ashes Tencent cotton sooths icsorrows heals oiux wounds and tirritar away nrrr cares The South is Jfciacially and cdmmerclally 4in the Lice although we lost politically we Tkre nead in a thousand ways Cotton lkbrn cotton to Bell sorghum andhay M V fu rnorieir in the We Save got a heap to shout 5verl We can thank qtFMdtake etirage Georgi and eyjsay Southern tktfr has as gpod4 Prestannk- nia orkichignaysjthtiibufe to William J Bry nS sayjnsx t celthe 5s wise and judicious he can arid Ibelieve he wfll lead a victorious party four years hence54After such a victorYs the Republicans lave had Sey axe going to windup n four years Witha Belshaezer feast and Bryan will be the Daniel who will read the hand +liaifg upon the wall Thou art weighed in the balance andfound wanting n When the Democrats claimed to Scrback to safety and sanity and aiDted pretty inuch all the principles 6i tfte Republican pany platform BryanALlii yet Bryan threw himself in the I brch nd not only spoke with sinceri tl andhonesty hut h spoke to more eop e verywhere than avhen he was iraSjjBg for Presidency himself There i is magic in his name He has some ffl m Ho say to the common people and l tv tcotrLrr1on jeole hear him not onl but brr bemillloiis 1 am nota- I 4esiiver man but jwill hV a Brn rnthe future aJ Jfftujair Issued 18 The State l h 2z Beard Of 1l1ealth JYUpo t circular tbeen ilC by e ard Of ft tte j QI 1 nWi5RNINq AG SMALLPOX dmte fteState Board of Healh WrnlligGreen ly4 Nov p 1904 To the Health Officials Physicians and Peopof KentuckYSince January 1898 ismallpox pr v more or less extensively in eVery coiinty in Ken NtfcXJsvitrr a total Of oVer 25000 cases akd deathS and costing in cash more than onehalf million dollars be si4e an esthnated Josfroth interfer l Sith busines andravel of some thing over one and oneit IImHlion dol lars Properly expejided this sum j would ave been mpr than eneugh 9endedthetelfii interests of our ebpfeJbira generation besides keep- igVery resident pf the State vac tnJTOo so that the existence of anything Vdt fan brtportedC4e 6f smallpox would n an ibility 1zWli1beatlvent cold weathercases e e are being reported in- diieparated sections in many coun i l and we feel th t it isagain our TX 1nour oj ctald and people of itjbHMWeeiily of piwipaction to pre SvTfcSt iinsand expensive local out w oitunately the prevention e 4lse4is acerainr4p Is unlawful torreinain ynvaccinated at anytime in the lace of existing conditions inteligentpeople should not wait for the law to force them toevident duty Vaccination and revaccination properly done with reliable virflts is a sure pre ventative and is entirely ireetfrom danker It should always be done a competent physician with clean haitds atrearm and should dry thbrougly before thfe sleeve Is drawn down Fresh reliable commercial virus can be prpcured but it is difficult to keep it active and the board preferSand recommends the use of humanized virus especially in the country trictswherethe family physician can select it himself from the YOUl1ggirls givebetters6bare wrapped in tissue paper spIed up and put in a dry clool place they can be kept almOst indelinltely Physicians everywhere should be on their guard and should isb te L JSt case and vaccinate all exposed at once Grown penplfe almost inever have chick enpox When unyaccinated grown people have a contagious erlptivedis ease under existing circumstances they aassuspiciousit is not smallpox Al shouljj remember that there is ho such Jclisease as el Hannyitand theseare nigger hanjes forsmall pox Every person in th l State who has not already been vaccinated should do EP at once and the ignoiant or neg ligent should be fcompelledi to protect themselves for the benefit of their com munities by the proper authorities The laws on the subject are ample and sufficient and whenever smallpox spreads in any community ittis the fault of the health officials and should te charged to them In preventing the spread ot this terrible Disease this board asks and expect of all intelligent people Copies of circu lap describing the hiodern methodsof contagedusdseases upon application to the boardrat Bowling Green By order of tebaroj M ZtATHEWS3L Df jPresideht J N MCQRMAGK Jf DSeeL Hunting DtsdussedkByia Farmer First If the farmer feels bad and wantsa rabbit OP quail ie slips put with his gun and when a lirdflies up he looks botkwayitpI If anybody sees him and when he Jcdks lor his bird again It is gone Te pity and toiyn pePple will tell hint jt is the best law ever made for his benefit lam toW tfeat our leaders at Fi ankfort tried to pasa law to make all farmers pay a licens of 250 ft gun Now dpivtany forZke1ilg tSufethat would be benefit will rpass a law soon telling Wim when he shall plow ad how nriuckTand when he shall cut his winter wpX dJ Second NoffTasif e kthe gartie law vas out and I seem heaprsthat thecity folks arecleaninup their guns to go out In the country and clean up the gdme and have a goojd time Yoii will meet many old faID1ets who Will say the game law Is for Hist It muSt be that the farmers are the best people on earth for theCitypeopie will go to the country to speod their vacation of two or three mouths and itJs all right but if a farrner goesI to the city he must hunt a boarding houseor- h tvill not stop long The reason for thatis the city people theysaja have to buy everything they get aJdJthefarmers all they about it soonW P Yarble in knder son News Knoxville Tenn suffered a fire loss of 2506o Several persons were In xlplosion PRJ CtFUS IlfI WHO is VsrrING A lIE RIO Prince Fushirul who is yisinng America of V iiiye of tlitf mikado jf Japan He has seen Hcrive service itithe field1iniU byJtftidiiiK tis churge gaiiiHt Nanalian Hill JIanchuria Ihe prince prentni1sioTi ayinit to tlie St Louis eXp sitiwi ughh6i l also endsavof to jauiiliarize Iiim4r with stteh advances in nlamtlcturlIgnietbodaaamay bead ptedto tjae ne Kiacountryjiien L Early iimesftn KentuckyI Some Remimscenses of Early Std Of Indians YhollalSto1ii Several Horses The Messenger sketches of early his tpry already given and which have been selected from varipus authentic sources have been sufficently thrilling and bloodcurdling urely but the f llowin r exceeds any of them inseveral featuresl That which makes this sketch all the more interesting to Owensboro and Dp viess county readers is the fact that it was related almost exactly as given here by a woman whose decehdants now livel in Owensboro or did until quite recently She was Mrs Jane Al len Stuart IIi other of the late circuit Judge JemagStuart End grandmother df Mr C C Slart who was until re- centydeputyeicuit clerk She was sister of RObertjMcClureWh was one of the participants in the tragedy de scribedands eightyseven t1 old at the time J 1871f she related this story to thef author who has pre served it 1 The occupnce took place in 1784 that1 darkest period in Keiitucky history and concerns three young menwho lived in what was then Lincoln county The names of the wen were Davis Caffree andMcClure A number of Southern Indians stole several horses In Lincoln county and teeyoung men started out in pursuit of them lo kill them if possible or at least recover the horses The Indians lived In teniiessee and the men dcterm1nedti follow them to their homes if they could not overtake them and to there take other horses in return ifthecouldnot Igefc their own dr in some other way tp make reprisalS olrj puriishl tlie thieves or their tribe for the loss thje whites had sustained T1iM bite men got toa point near where they supposed the Indian town of ChickamaugaAvas located when thE y fell in witft three Indians traveling in the same direction with themselves There eeFdno immediate reason or desire andhy maHing sigris t each other the t4ro parties agreed to travelibjpfether Itwas pTatn though thataeaclLpartywtts suspicious of the cth6r TIe Indians walked on one si30 of the rtKid and the whites on theotfter r rideaci kvaWhed the pUier most closely cl After d Short tifio the Indians began to talK together fh uch lv tones and- soearnestlythat 4hwhites fcitsure theIL rhitesand the latter quickly gec llyto dfend themselves but f stnke th first blow Ctffr powerful and bra iratdtake proposed that he should careof dneIndiari an4that 1Lviand JVlcClire should shoot the pther two Thiswas agreed torn ICa r sprung at ore Indian seized himby the throat and threw him to jthe grojmd He drew accord from hW pocikapd triedto tie him At th- isanifimflJayis And McCIure Jeveled th uriifea at the other Indians and firjecL cCjurfe killed the one at which otrLI Tiiw ran behind trees and prepared for a skirmish Caffree remained on thi- gotind With hi captive and both were exposed TJhe ptjier Indian now shot a c11afJi Y to try to release his compani n He wits auccessfuVm his aim and In flicted a fatal w und Cafffey did vnot djie Irtstaivtly hut called to Davis to qome to him andaId him in tiding the Indiari thatj he had doWn r Davis went but as he Was running to t give aid the Indian jumjedto hisee Itnd seized Caffrey s rifle and aimed rit at Davis Davis gunJwas not in oriler and he at Once turned and ran irit the forest the Indlanl folio wed him closely Mc Cljire hastily relorfdedhisnn and taking jup the rifle that fiayis hal ropfed ran after them some distance tor est He made all those signal uPon which they had agreed to use in Case of a separation AHof this however proved inyain He never saw Davis again ndrj could he eVer afterwards learn his fateT As he never returned to his Keqtuckiome2he must have peris McCIure va now alone in the Indian country apd dead Jbodies were all about him Unjler thee fcircuihstances he- qukiydcided to ghJup alt hope o finding th i stolen horses or of mak4n reprisals md decidgd to retilrn Home I Jl eretr still carrying th two dfle ltdhissteps spareely gbne mile Indian warrjo riding a Ijorse with abell tied rQUQI ks neekbAboywalked by his Sue dropped One rifle so he would nIlookso sispidous to the Indian an ltXIjiReliable Barnj 9bOFHangers 4 eyIareJ ckl3 Trades Mead Fairbankf piine Engine have the stre 1 three horses 1amT and do their veil Hook it to your cuUirJx and U Will cut the teed i v Cr4- We are the cd Agents for the Osgood Farm Sc Te can sell this scale at a much l than you can orderitanyw5lse pd guar antee noneal en Haydon BarSpringfield Ken ucky o t trJ id r 88888888i888iggggg8 I 8100 OStS le ILti8 OFd 1Q r ess Saddles and Farm Gears Co jrgg Harness Repairs Buckle coEfeL tcO I Will sell In large or small quantities i D If y u ah needing an5 thng rn my line now IS the timto buy You wIll be astonIshed at gtljelow prices I am quoting Visit my store and get prices vhether rou buj Qr n9t then tell your g8neihbor where he can finda bargain 00 IiJ F IARRQT Springfield Ky r 8LoOOOOOOti ooo The Indian seemed to be peaceful also He too made signs of friendship He got off liis horse and seated himself dn a log jrle next drew out his pipe and til1ingffew puffs gave it to McClure a few puffs SOon an other bejl was heard about halfa mile away and shortly after another party of Indians aprearedon horseback The Indian with McClure now told him that when the otherIndians arrived he was to be made a prisoner off ohoneof the horses vith his legs tied underthe horses body In order to make the plan plain tIe Indian got on a leading log and locked his legs under it McClure felt grateful for his pains in explaining the process and quickly took aim and blew out his brains The Indian boy jumped on the belled horse and made away inanop posit direction McClure started to make his eSCape but was closely gursued by several small Indian dogs that often ran be tweenhis legs and threw him down and tore his clothes After falling several times his eyes became filled with dust ahd he court not see Despairing of escaping he dropped down on his face and lay here da the ground expecting every moment to feelthe edge of na- t Indians tomahawk end his life To apIproacqehim but not until they had completely stripped him of his pantaloons He picked upxhis gun and Struck out for Kentucky He reachedhome in safety mother4kfson saw r jahd ran when she saw him He ran after and alarmed her greatly but soon he egan td whistle a familiar tune that he had often played on his fiddle at home to amuse hor and others She now h 1tedai the familiar reel caught her arSlc turnedand recognized himand said Lord Rob is that you He replied Yes Jenhiejt IS allthat isleft of me Sq ragged were his clothes and sd torn by the briars and doand soscratched and bloody arid dusty was his face that ifrwas difficult to recognize him Owensboro Messen g er + t Is the Sense of Humor Dying t r Because jve have noThjfckeray DIck ens or Artemus Wnrtl today no moo ern Mrs 1aispr or Stint AVeller the jJl11nqlutIcause they raIse a lauglj Many1works have a distinctive it not asavinrcle mentor hunior toureeominendt them nIIin the ordinary IjOilllwhutlomesuJon iLtre brfghlliess on tlit stage in the eneral 3m s In society antl onj chnriJl The ukttKAf rrlnrtifi soul Is the exception The whole pWIosohhy of modern life Is cheerful hopeful in spiring In the age of ThaGkeray Djickcns 1an Ward and also Iii the boyhood of Mark Twain life was serious because otithc outlook not because it was more earnest To relieve seriousness ni others or perbaps to break away from Inward gloom now and i then a gifted mind created bumor made an imaginative world to brighten tbe end world nIl about If modern nuniiir fippears strained and farfetched and fulls of a wie audience It Is not becajise the spirit of laughter is lucking In the world but Because people are nore cd tented and more critical Whjf should a happy person laugh at very jokT When people are well pleaded with real life it takes a very strong contrast in the imaginative spbqre to stir up humor One can laugh loudest when saddest and one can be nappy yet not easily moved to laughter We are to all kinds Lrjobpitjg Di It NlW When youve got a job to do DOlt nowl- If its djip you wish was through 1 Do it now If youreTsure the jobs your Twnr Just it alone Dont hemand haw and groaitr2 t Doitnowj Dont pdt off a bit of work Db itnowl It Doe t pay to shirk Doitnowi If you want to fill a place And be usefuUto the race Just get up and take a brace Doit5now Dont linger by the way J Do it now I Youll lose if you delay nowIfOr postpone Hts ate You hit up a faster gait Do it now Frank Harrington inN Y Sinu i PrtttWhll Brdstown Ky Nov23Henry T MUir and Miss Anna Ray Wakefield were married t the residence of Very Rev C J OConriell of Stj Josephis attendantsWereand Judge Jrank E Daugh rty of Bardstpwn i Aftier theceremony the newly mar ried t couple left ona trip to New1 Orleans Mr Muir is a son of Hon Jasper W Muir exbanker and attprney of this place and is a young man of many sterling qualities The bride is a daughter of Dr J J Wake eld a prominent physician of Bloomfield and is a and populargirL Commission men state the highest price ever known for eggs is4siglt for this winter and before therlay pringhouse50 cents a dozen for the productlof the hen says the BourborTNews OOOiOe oeO O e eoe SS 0 0 The Placebo n a j 0 o j 0e e e BFyrYoutCandiesCakesNuis Oraege Bananas 4s thiaf and best G i t HERTLEINS J ITHE PUCE 0 ver best Fresh a nofriiit to become sthleI sdLit too rapidly aor n D e YOU WANT I- I1Cak 0 e Of Cours Yew Wt 1k a loste 0 I havtilt not one day in thee k btt every day a 1 Se t 0Conrado Springfield K f Q p O QQiQ gatyet9qQQJ1I1Q rrciQ eeKtaSt i r 0 f II- L j = Cluing RatesI FOR 4 fi 9t15 l L i I THE SPRINCD SUN and l ji n h pa rpersryr n Bryanfs Commoner J175Vo U WIII Weekly CkurierJournal 150 W LouisviIle Herald 125 n NashVllle American 150 iSaVeWee ly Cincinnati 17r5 Atlanta Constitution L75- n SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 ty St Louis Globe 1 175MORayDemocrat3 Newa ar 125 B select A3nericanAgncuituristwi 175 1W1t p n i 225 i i reading Country GentlemanI 200 0 matter Farm and Fireside 13ir Farm Field arid Fireside 1m 0 0 from 7h ReVIew of Reviews 325 ino = t 19 ti s Magazine 85 c Suns CiU cnbnerV Magazine 404 n 0 r Ledger Month y 175 0 35ifCarpers Weekly 435 0 iI Sounth i L50 0 r 9a1 Address TSun Springfield K j n I n nnn nnn n o o on p nn nn n SNAKE rII 1 BfExpress to Young LadyWho Hied a Lover I A Sedalia Mo correspondaay4 I FrOma quiet farm to maniell Jewel Geharty a pretty Misac jirj Twas sent this week as the res f ia snake bite The only wonderat the girl is still Salive Thejjii the victemof a deed that was lei i ijts cruelty The family moved toSedalia opg ago The girl left behind her t state from which they came i ihg man who had been her sweethe and jwhont she had refused to marryipen she refused him the young mat OJto1the elpreec for Miss Gehafty Noti vas j xeceiv in due time that it awa her herdrovefarm It a stout wvt- hei brother lied 4J chisel WliJ tendanceomitting entirely the money spent for patent medicines which bring millions of dollars to manufacturers or the amount spent for doctors pre scriptions pr paid to quacks and commercial doctors The preparation for the practice of medicine that gives a man a good standing in the profession meanfe an expense of liberally speaking 4000 for four years in are tit able medical school 1000 for general expenses during two Years hospitel service and perhaps another 1WO for setting up in practice A year or twain Europe Isalso a help Leslies Monthly V Mexicos finances Our neigKbojr0n the south has Just 1thatpass away his sway Mexico has not only hot declined jtjer beep merely regenerated for theltime being but permanently developed and Improve For one thing Diaz has called about him men who can take the helm in the crisis of his death The Mexi can minister of finance Ll milD t ur d also the vice president of the re I qrp both of the DJaz tJ improve ltlMNtes virIdj I 4L vu j Ragweed wi11fk111 out blue grass tnC- tIt is about eonly thing that wilt jS Therqld rpjtttggi straw stackVin th iriiddje pltfe is a biemis- to any flrp1 It takes nve years tP g rid of JtS vlf bP Torklbutter and eggs stay at present nricesr the piano and organ men will soon be doing allot df bus uessafiatn put in the country districts A farmer who had Just made aV Idt of cider thought it might be goi d for his hogs Ifproved so good for them that he fouled forty of them dead the next morning It is always safer for the country shipper to sell jhls produce f o b Louie than to consign his goods to city dmmissibh house Not all com uisslon houses are dishonest but we regret tsaYt1atsOIpc or them are r todOle is a marked ilisposltlon with the free lunch at farm auction soles This courtesy extended to prospective buyers is niujch abused for Ii IJQi 6f tree lunch fiends wino coul not buy an oldd ben are always on dec with large appetites All unpainted harp and outbuildings and a nicely painted and well kep farm tome are anJncbjislstency tii same thing as a silk s on my lady and Jiolesin her stockings Paint pays If oneih stolookat the barn everyday and pays If you wish to sell the place j The way of the j quash vine planted rear uline fence WAS to shpye a ten aril through the fence and start to grow a big squash on the neighbors lot jiyhose squash was It Well th- man e land his neighbor could not a and St went to tiny over it and th squashcost them 32 before they got enough of it Seventy degrees ls the temperature af which no one ever complains as be ing too hotor too cold While such a temperature will not develop vegeta lion of lroplen1otiglnIlot being warm enough it exactly suits nearly all our oPinion cereals and most of our fruits SaTe oranges grapes and peacheafijSev enty degrees Js atmospheric When a person takes to taif his theology and piety deteridrfteJufct lir prjbportlonas the time of his i Increases Itis not an easy matter for a parson to maintain his ministerial usefulness with even a three minute horse and with a 2t30 horse he need never expect to get toto the kingdom We buly state a fact rind db not pro tend to explain why things are thus The condition of English agriculture Is very deplorable If we are to credit- tine highest authorities on the subject fauci values have shrunken by bun dredsof millions of pounds hllejbe selvestlsressi twentyfive jnrsag Thlr teen mil lIon of the Britishpeople are underfed Ther4 are not a few aristocrats there who have title without revenue and that is tough We know ofn farmer who has- ward a of flue ride Shorthorn stock ore or him without the outlay of a JJis farm adjoins that of Hider of this clado dly furnishes hail tl1e runr1amlnuJghbors pasture It Jtf say that tints fact msand dollars tJ icattle and he I i s to es ese ae t oft Ad for tcer t offs who way rough chine rnoke o the rear toi Iit i an lcl-about it1110 Mello W looked at meIa i signofsmile Texpreseion of his face was at once terrogatton poiht and a wriggle YeetWalk ve yell with one leg Was a very f I was somewhat ex asperatejit the evident indifference on hisp to the ordrof his superior officer e raised his f celnimy die sections Yth the same half smie an said tb fer Lieutenant Iihaye iostI one fylegs but doat you see I oUlihttoDeenou p FlatSBng trtnet Prescott Spofford blowuThrice hearts blood dipped before GloryStreattRig ongthe seven Strew watchftreori tijedark 1 And e a Sign heaven ight aiyes gild your plains 1hg rivers bear them Every ere you fly youbid themkP follows after urr rth your shadow o t land love and awns ter trfrom to sky you float ewide savannas Vrihorizonls lost in light iipwer with hosannas Sjlpolof unmeasured pOwer sealingA1our God t your founts ar healing S1to those the wrongedof earth nctuaryrender Ft e and home and heaven they see ithui your sacred splendor S am old Glory b ar your stars gh the seven darkfitg l1n Deans Persistent Progress retl Vhlie the predictions loudly voiced li hygone generation as io woman dfiiiyiiu this republic Lace not beer 1zed Q Jong step has been malde in t dhectibn and that too hi a man- n tinPs I nit woman movement The imans Press club of New York has Rifled avnfoniqripl volume in honor foundertJaue t Cunningham Croly jLo wafc alsO tire founder of Sorosis jpriosis ras fife pioneer womans club it wasa T dJcal step add yet a cons rv lt7ie one inc comparison with some ten Jies of the J womans rights pro inceplioi n e utlillfpunched Tier bark on independent w fist ixlrtunllv saying to the ntvnn ita 3ialt we cannot crowd with you fe will crois by ourselves The one ioWans club of Awerlcawas the taln mustard seed that has devel toed into clubs itiout dumber now jepfes iitlngs n membership of about oo00U But jt is not aloi e the orgy- zeil n club jueihbershrp that indicates he extent of the moyement The Ih ilueuce is A parent to every Held wilie- rouianlsa participant In church as 56cla06nsi In luboc Unions In literarj societies omen share itie dutieauand vltereg aft the men and orb there a distinct force giving play to the characterlsstics of the sec judging from the advance made since u rs Crolys beginning It seems probable if not iriefltable that woman will ar rive at af position of equal intluenc withm n lip all civic tiCfairs arid tin rPt without a direct claim for thee ballot Map bas virtually declared woman fu being radically different In Intellectual andinorajl makeup from himself and while no inclined to admit iti woman has gone ahead in the isolation assign fcd and bir concentratlpn and organize non constituted a separate and mud ividual fdrce In the community Her voice Is heard even where she has not the baIJ rand her spedalneeds will demand nii receive rpojoi for oxpr slon Womans clubs womans col leges an literature addressed to worn an tend emphasize th0 Distinction o sec Yet In the highest sense civiliza tion must cease to admit that the din Unction forms a brit to privileges orq eigmptlbn from duties Thus as a pr roghtlve incidental to universal devel opment iuniversal suffrage may beconi a necessity of the future Ionian wl preach from the feminine viewpoint grid practice according to the t mtnlne natureAt the ballot box the ter forces feminine and masculine mig t be fustjd into one a dmake for t common welfare tL Distributing Suds 1 Washington DI C Nov tOT largestannual congressional seed di tribution a er by Sam w iithi week Within the niaxt eo four months over 1000 tont f arqeni flower and Jfiefd seeds i1ldistributed among the people o eyery state ahd territory in the Union t costofi200OOotheamount approiw ated Congress at its last sessiogior this purpose The tojtal nbutr this yearwill amount to T ut rtvAAn packages r EL SSsssSr sure II Of the TabTei lIi ourdstock isclean our Store is clean our prices low These are the inducements we offer to the trade s Give us an order today and if Y01Jneedin thin gi tomorrow you will order it from Hagins c and iO Coiftiter We have just received over 1500 useful articles for our five anti ten cent counter Below we name a few I 15cCoat Hangers VegetableLa Ues Cake Turners Hand Bells I Mouse KitchertSpoons Butter Moulds Butter Spades Lemon Squeezers Mirrors Bread Toasters Pie Plates Cork Screws Coffee Strainers Mashers Eg BeatersiCoffee Pot Stands Dishes Vegetable Boilers Cocoanut Graters Paring Kniyes Dust Biscuit GuttersJ I Pepper Boxes IDishMops Shawl Straps Hammers Flesh ForksV t You can not our line s hmaw are un you lee it Handsome pieces at lore prices Just the things for Christmas rd A SPRIG 82 h NECK Of a Hors Se iAn the Animal Still Lives A horse living after its neck is broken is something that has neVerbeen heard of before around Lexington That such is the case is vouched for by one of the most reputable physicians in this city Ahorse belonging fro Jake Sloan onf the Georgetown pike reared up in his stall and broke or more accu rat ly dislocated his neck and it Was thought that the animal Would have to be killed A physcianand he does not rofesh to be a horse doctor was at house attending Jake Sl an Who was recently hurt in a cpllisibh vvith a street car oir Jefferson street The physician hitched a mule to the animals neck with the aid of ar rope arid by tying the horses feet pulled the neck back in place Two boards were sawed off the fence and theneck put in splints 1and the horse is as sounds now as he ever Was Kentucky Farmer and Breeder i Aleseatheapplefname was Edward county Va in 1775 and gin Somewhere near the goat 1790 he settledin Butler coupfy Qfllupowned o civalwar about twenty slaves He waktHe pioneer apple grower and- o nurseryman of that section of the coun propsegating apple There is probably not another species of apples that has received more merciful criticism or higher praise Otherapples are better and some e rieties in certain localities are better prosslific and sure producer a good keeper and a good shipper The name of the nian Who produced this apple will bee familiarly mentioned by coming gener ations In politics Mr Davis was Democrat and in the years 181214 h county in the Kentucky Legislature At the outbreak of then war he took a firm stand on the side of the Union He reared a large family of children and died in 1863Ex- t I a rroc I tal r 1Oil Stones No1 Hammers J dSteel10 Ei Coat Racks Horse Brushes Hat fl Racks Meat Cleavers kpAsbestos 3Sgrew I ItIToastersNicheled Towel Barsi r Nicheled Coffee Pots Nicholed WaitersaNicholed nt 1tICrumbEmery Knife Sharpeners LinesTowel Ice CreamPippers t 97t Pocket Books Patent Sifters f jilt Wool Dusters F lI appreciate astonishingly Hagan Bros c 1tl ari GFIELD KENTUCKY s BROKEN RemarkableCase i faithfutIlrepresenfutiveof tgentleman epresentedhis i IOld Sulkra Riilllf3YmnTC4Q What is one mans is tarmans poison but it is vouched Pold Southerner that the follbviflgtl1naft edies will benefit seven out o t p f9T9 sonsd ttry u rlnl will kill desire for whisky Vhey will greatly relieve Calomel 1 applied to cpts oi are lieves pain and heals wound4iJ ottmuch and dont get wet 9 f nilt Kerosene will cure sore throat n sumptives should try it Take a VUlLLUt at atime vts30MIIUSC BathingWad hi cold jwa er Wer morning will prevent one4 n m tliftr cods easily Better comm J K i u TIceback of head will stop leedM i Iflifl nose J4f ct Balsam applied to dogr bit DOfHll curry relief 4 5 f Cejij r Keep onions in all siQt Onions will turn ckwhereamtagioua diseases exist and disinfect ierrOTh Try ci 1dwateF for tir3ttldvtciiimlti Enquirer rfilla jflr A Modern Aely t1t iif A minister down in Missorpfftrand his people too poor to purchase hymnbooks saan exchang f and jIlg offered the same book freeby t medicine hoUse providing they Te air lowed to insert advertisement ordered three dozen for his congregaT ervingThemSunday titornin8 he dtstnbuted the books telling the good pgg eir fortune arid requesting that ineysmg page 130 His chagrin may be imagined when they sang as folloAVf jj Hark the heavenly angels sing Jmnsons pillsare just the thing ann arg la voices meek arid mildtwo for man and- o for the child Ol WfMtd At LttiiUir A 2r5ofat a 9tLebanon Ky Nov 23tthftFirst Presbyterian church in thifceijyj today atnoon Miss Caroline Beeler was naft j Caartietically decorates t wad fashionable uihi tM ttvtnt the 3well st aockOjAu ittbi eUOD Subscri tt 2PRIGfIELD SUN 4 8trSClttTIONi ONE DOLLAR v r In Advance 4T RMERS GORE Eater and Prtlisfcer Springfieldcir Uj5econdc1ass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 00 t ji TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION wiYeAru YNa noo 8ixonths 5- 0J O thsnft u IWTn writing to have ypnf address changed 4 paperiswuli it Bentv TICKETtLiteeyCoaxrYCotrsTT CIXRX W F Booker ClaybrookeSKa1FrJ DDT or SceooLsJ W BUBb JiiLTH lea D Catlett Mitchelltrt i CoaooELT M Montgomery Tf TIE PEOPLE OF WASHINGTON COUNTY The Springfield Sun begs the i jttivilegeylof a residencea pertti anent iesidenceamohg the people o Springfield and Wajih irigton cpunty and desires to in produce itself into themes of tle people going as a weekly messenger bearing complete and accurate reports of the happening in every section of the con tjyTheftrjst issue of the paper is printed under numerous difiicul ties and does not measure up o that standard c wbich we shall strive to bring it to in the future Improvements will be brought about each weekor at least we shall work to strengthen each de partmept of the paper uhtil w can feel that we are sending to the people one of the verr best county weeklies in the State Perfection can never be reache- in countr jOIrnalisniThepro prietbr of a paper shouldnevei allow himself to become satis fled a discontent on the part of p iis more certain to guarantee to its readers a better service from ev= ety standpoint = The Sun will be a Demotic newspaper and will endeavor at all times to promote the interests oi the Democratic party in cpuh 1 ij stjact and State The Sun promises to stand by its guns in eyerj political battle it promises fortheenergetic in its efforts to assist the nominees of the party tyic tory But its warfare will at times le conducted upon hig planes and it will endeavor tp deal honestly and squarely with all wJiQ differ yith it The paper will ever refrain from mudsling ing believing that honorable and ofteztl win the respect of the opposing forces thus opening an avenue through which they can moreJ easily be led to 66the believing r then to the doing of soldier j service from our fortifications The office will be equippe withi all the latestimproved ma in Itand will not only bepr er aooooo o Qaoa ohoQ n G JHaydoo I 0 LEIDING o 0 y PHARMACIST i- ct1 5 Springfield Kentucky o 1if i L ilaillsM in 1183 0 J 5IO Is in knowing that prescnp n tions are carefully compounded bYan expert coo druggist 0- f out of the purest medicines XZm i 0 MJniYDON in a Springfield Ky J o i oao eOe f pared to issue ah ut tordate county newspaper six columns eight pages but will be able to do ob work ofall 4cinds in the most artistic way The office withtan abundanceof the latest faces newrpresses equipJmerit we can promise the people of Springfield aril W shingtpri count nttfit work grieve r particular at the most reasonable prices Y The Sun ail be ehergeitically devoted to the building upj of en terprises in town and county It willmatea earnest effort td aid those enterpijises alreadYitab lishedand will assist to it tter most in introducing andfQstenng new ones It will use eyery effort to further the farming interests of the c unity publishing eachweek a Department for the farmer 4twIll also endeavor to aid the merchant the mechanic the professional man U fact we hope to make the paper bone fi clan to all aril its support andin fluence is hereby pledged to tnose whfare putting forth then ef rt to buildup town and cou ty Correspondent letters fro all sections of the county will be printed in each issue of the pape and a live local hews service promised bur readers InEach issue will also be found a com plete news service of the State together with thmosf import ant news i of the nation Th1 Suns market report will be fqlr arid accurate eachweek We most reipectfullsolicit the support of the people r Very truly yours 1 RbcERs OORE J ofea scarcity of birds11 thre bird law passed by islature is responsible A tudP formerr sign up x r Pi course the hotels in Louis ville will have quail on toast bu you can set ifdown that their h is a violation of the law Tfie mad who speaks ill of his town needs a liver regulator to get his heart right Democrats oughtnotto lose hope = iosing tle election isba d enough aeledgram eau e wnrpng vay jv Vaslihan is a little man he ought to join the Repubjlicani party and get a1 still house place Riley Ropesail at New Castle Ind hiving confessed that he vas in a plot to dynamite a hur hand that he was also a member = of a gang which e ployed itself in burn g houses Ir Ropes ought to be tied info CdSix thousand garmentmakers are on a strike in Chicagomn king itnecessarj fort Chicagdran to run f footrace in order to get is Mpants AVith its last issue The Elixa bethtoivn News r completed its thirt3sixth ear orI existence a Age adds strength and beauty to The News and it but1ds upward and onvarde nvearwitn thee e of a youngster H Marion County Primary Tlie Democratic primary in M iontcounty last Saturday resulted as fol CarterdefeaSheriff Henry Gartin defeated REYoung by 187 for Assessor jj W SpaWingdefeated George Glaze rpoks JC1J124 for Ctunty Judge John 4 Bur ton defea John M Cooper j B36 Spaldingdefeatedtative John Barrreceived a pluralityof Thornburyitt an The Demoeraticnominationieqqf- va1 an county J s I Q Q o O 1 I Personal Nofs i n n IVisitors In and Out of Town 0 Round Ut of the Weeks I 0 Personal News I i- QJOpO OQOJ 90t Twos Ever Thllti She was a pretty isstAnd he a gallant Me odeAnd sY she is his alon And spoken of as Mrs He never never talkd of lov i And nevernever Krs Louisville Time j Miss Fannie E Wall has gansputh to spend the winter Mrs T Dudley WellS b corned from a two weeks trip fd Tayl villa and Louisville Mrs Imelda Leachman and ugh ter Elizabeth spent Thanksgiv at Lebanon i Mr Lewis Me weather of buis ville was here to attend the ved ding of Miss Margaret Mayes iannMr James Chescheir last Wednesday Miss Annie D Grundy and br ler nSg sssmffennre on accin isof the illnessd death of he sir Miss Lena Noe Mrs BettieConnely d BariIstCti is here visiting at the home of DirlJ McCabe K Mr Thomas EdelenWJas in Lout le on business last week i t Miss Lydia McE roy has retud toITJB Mr and Mrs Hugh McElroy j f Kansas City Moare visiting frieis and relatives at this place tMr Emmett McElroy j of Kan City Mo is here visiting hiss pavan Mr and Mrs At C McElroy M LeadKrfran has rned homeZfrom Louisville whe es MrMargaretMr and Mrs M Allen of Eliza sonhere Sunday Mr Samuel Cassedy of Louisville vas here last Saturday to ttend th burial of Mr ThbsJCelly Mr and Mrs Geo Fetter and two sons of Louisville wer here last week Jal1eJIWharton Louisville last week to attend a Masonic banquet and ball j y Mrs Will Corrithers oj Louisville was here Jast week to visit her sister Mrs F K Hodapp I Misses Myrtle and Pearl Campbel vyere in Louisville Jatst week the guests of their brother =Miss Ella 1psonanlfath are Indiana this week t Dr Paul South Mr Chas 0reer and Lizzie Waters were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Lucy Selectman who idaysIreturned home with them Mrs J T Duncan of Pleasureyille JmThomas l Editors C Howard of The tague ounty Herald was here this eelcas ng The Sunin regulating its flews paper Press N j fMrs Nick McDowell and Mrs Mat = tie McDowell of Danville are Ysng relatives here Mr Frank WSirhms left hlohdaI for Atlanta Ga to attend husiness Mr Ben D Lake has returned rom business trip to Louisville It 7MrXarrv Logsdpn of Indianapolis Ihd is visiting relatives in this county Mr Will Camtirbn visited relative in Marion coqnty the first of the week John K Wall Was in Louisville this week rMrs Jennie Thompson left Monday Florida where she expects to spend e winter vv Messrs John and Robert Durret of sonorShelby county are vi ting Mr J R Claybrook Sr this week Mr William Wakefieldof n ar- JJrdStowntwas in town Sunday Miss Edith Clements of Cincinnati 3 thfe guest of Miss Lydia Duncan dfrs W T McElroy was in iLouis s dV this weekT= rsjiR1 MatTsr d Camp elsvilleI- S visitj thlsweekfChar Roberts went to Smith TelegraGm pK 4 JI J ii S tb tWi Make You WaIf 1yl On sale yjll Ding us but little profit but hundreds of Wcay give yOU a few little sales make hundreds of little profits t and hundreds of of ours in this issue of the little rofits will satisfyUs J W e guarantee to satisfy the paper when you come tot CUSOreta d in satisfying the customer twe our our St U Will find bargains satiSfYij fn avefartinerit I These Prices Speak For Thvselves 1 t I Grayy Boats regular price 25c now718c Full line of king Pot reduced prices Dinner Plates regular p1c per set 75c now 60cHandsomeline of Colunjfcameled Ware at very low andS Uc sat6Oc now 5Oe pnces reducesSet for the Hqli- JHandsame Water Set regular price 5 low4 ay trade s t i IjGRDCERI = Ir J We bought our stock of groceries with a view of i tM and it gratifying to us to note j the continua ihcrease iof customersthe best md tionvUiatthfftrade is being fed Everything fresh in Canned Goods and a complete ice line of the test high grade coffeesi ar escotsillPears ffordsrl1 Cranberries lOc Per jjjual r Thebest Flake Hominy Hominy Grits anRlc 4Nothing but be lalJty of Dried Beans j TO SFORC HRIS TMAS Wewill carry a com ilete and han e of Toys The chit = dren will pleasedje withpleased the toys a parents will be with the prices FRESH LINE OF CANDIES AND NUTS f r McElroy Bros Springfitf Ky pv Operator ftff the L N Railroad r Mess Jim Waters Herman Schmenk and Joe Pettus have returned from a hunting trip in Adairand Marion ounties Mr Medley of Oweneboro visited Ws familylhere the first of the week Mrs 3 F Petters who has been visiting relatives in JeffersonvilleInd has returned home I Mr Fl T Cox wsill Lexington ast week having been called there to the bedside of his son who wf serious IYhurtlina jArilroad wreck at High Bridge y night Mr and Mrs Geo Chescheir and taccompaneiltheremains P Kelly here last Saturday returnSoineyeralidya s attending to bu fMrs Pius Whalen afteriothelace igMiss Jennie tinned hone f frs i4M Ito pa he W ing hen yes er here at G frien All of W Calla Camp eat in counts call at BARN BURNED i In Marion County Fifty Mules Thrporses + and Three Cows PcrishLoss About fclOOOO The barn of Mr Ed H DDamet theStstroyed by fire Saturday evening Nov 19 between the hburspf 7 and 8 oclock In the barn were fifty horses three cows iyOOO Bushels of corn 8 000 bundles of data arid about 20 tons of hay a gasoline enginU and cut ing boy and numerous ot implements exce p rejected taL loss is estimatedxto be be twfelOOOO 6600 ins ice divided as follows On mules 6 on barn 500 on contents ex clof live stock 100 fin of the fire is unknown MnJ 0 el is one of the countys fore mo irmers and traders and whiles his which is greatly deplored by liis ny friends is a severe one abe is not man to loser heart but will go to k with renewed energy to restorer tht nage which asParkina few mis caused =Lebanon EnterpjSe 1 osit fi i h T f 1i i ROB ER TS O NtlB R oair r bitterw afulnY use wheniOl Blankets Comfbrts We have an some line and ate to quote some very low pti ces Best Fey Outing Cloth 9c yd Medium Outirif 5c Best Carpet Chair 2Oc i nnnnQnIin at I FIRSTe II iNational Bank I I1 1F IinII CAPITAL 500001 l 0 Surplus and Undivided f yr IProfits 25oob g OFFICERS j j U BL Lifeey President IfLAB Cain Asst Cashier W R E Foster Bookkeeper 0 I DIRECTORS n IB L LItsey J W Green F M iI R Ht Edelen M n r ij We grant every favorjconsistent fe S with safe banking you not already an account with this 0 bank we invite your pa rpnagp o np r nnnni oarn p Inca New Notes 1 Weather profits predict a severe win ter d d Send us notices of stock sales fA column pf this nature in r 1- 0 esting All hats at Halfprice c me inr L MRS WILLIAMS t The ladies ofthe Catholic church buildirijg J J if an advertisement in The Sun finI duces you to gcfLto a mans store to u a bill bf goods youiwill help the ad er tising 6Tep rnientjof the tell Ting TIso 4herd a former J tor of the Baptist church here is now a missionary will preach at this rn14gIf you should see tWo county Pa ers prlnredin other states arid in one of them were many large welldispla yd while inthe other tt ere were just a few small badly constructed ado would you hot be convinced that tHe ftAt paper was printed in an upjto in which were upto ate jftrcans And would you not be eon ifinc d that the latter Paper was printed in w- weereerei fe 1 cy LADIES Suits We have had Ihife 1 rgesttrade previous season on Ladies Suits Jiishovr a tar stock pf e n than ever before 1 Prices are Being Cut n this department and it will pay you toseeJus be fore buying giving e traordinarilyhand prepared Gr Cloth Colpred mpbellf wHlprpve advertisements datetown f pfany becausewe THE BIG STOREV v Show a stock of merchandise that will appeal to the astes of the most critical judges of good things and the close buyer Weve gotthe goods and we are tong to save you some money Perhaps youve been told this before out remember WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE BestCalicoes j5c Per Yard s 1r I BoysUnd Young en sSuitsand Overcoats Have astyle and set tthatwill not be found mothermakes and they are wearers too Special L6w t Prices tgoodt l wnPropotQemerchantI SincrMrJoe Mansfield delivered his le tut hereThe Loom of Life several w ek ago quite a number have andifisarrangements canbe made for him to do so Mr Mansfield recently deliver ed his lecture at Le anon and Bards town and all of thos who heard him are said to have ben highly pleased and speak of it in the most cpmplimeri tary terms f FREE COLUMN T another column- in this issue will be found a suhscrlb ers Free Column In this column farmers may advertise freeof charge hogs cattle stock of all kinds and farm products for sale or wanted Farmers will find it to vbean excellent medium in disposing of their surplus stock ha ORANGE corn oats wheat etc V r 7 TREE Inth show window at1 Hag n Bros grocery is an orange tree on whichare fifty oranges Some of them are beginning to ripen and the gush presents a beautiful ap pearance It is five years oldand whildthe fruitis tan inferior quilit made so hjowdver by distubingth tHttn1verfallsabout 160 oran son the tree Dh Price W Wells pf Bards town hag purchased the hajf interest of Mr Theo Campbell in the drug firm of Wood Campbell nd has taken charge OfhiS intex rt i the b sines Dr Wells practiced dentistry at Bards town for a number of yars but jailing health f reed him to retare Before he came to Bardstown to practice dentistr he was inihedrug business in Louis 4iller drug business in the future as heretofore will bin charge of two registered and competent pharmacists i NEWSGATHERING =It as the next thing to an impossibility fora newspaper man to catch every bitof news afloat i6Kpriritsrall of the news ff the day or of the week in its daily or weokly sues Some of it Js miseed Help us to gather the news by telling it to us Try to remember the local happenings andwhenyousee a representative o IfioukheWbor who orxj ti 1 L TOjffc CLOTHING Isthe kindy6u areo Ifyefu want Fit IF 0Finishan9VhhH seethe specials weare selling fbr 1afewjdas these have been I du ecJfrom a higher markotai can give youa better fit and they pant be surpassed in make QGUARANTEtDtOercqatsa ndRain Gouts 10ofsamfak to 20 HonRe jff I7 50estly made See nur special black suits at and 1 f I Robertson SrosSPHINGf IELP 7 KENTUCKY l ititemany readers Certainly you will tell usof the marriages the deaths etc If you have a friend froma distance who is a guest at your home giVe us the name arid address In fact tellus ihe hews all of it and we shall not hesi tate to sa that you are one pf the very besifellows in all the world r Chrlstj3lJChurChVtill rStatesaddresses and we will mail them a sample cpjy H Borpj jto the wife of Mr BJ D Lake on tlie 2bth n5t a girl pia Elizabeth sfthefront with the besthuntingrstbry of the season While out one day last week rtridgeJasrange pf the gun The bird fell and Mr Joneshurried tothe spot Viand here is where the astonishing part comes in To his surprise he found the bird thoroughly pickedjbf its feathersfas dead laee throersatisfactory explanation The Sun would foetal the t cdr esppndeuts to report sales of stock these itenjs on a sepeMte sheet and headthemf stock itemes We shall attempt ft conduct a department of this nature j = Eld Waldon P st rbi the Christian Church at Alackyiilei will preach at the Christian Church here next Sunday morning arid evening i Fflere to announce to the public that I pun still in the business of con ductirlg public sales I scan not itord time in coming to tpwneyeryjday to secure jobs of crying sales ou dusk all who desire niy riddreASTRAY =A e heitJeighihg a Jmt 600 pounds about one quattef Jer ersignfY c k et animal keep by payihg 1h1s YttY SP gin gfiiekl K r U Thos Kelly TSelMr r aged fiftysix died at his hojrie at Hubers Ky lastFriday morning and hisfbodywasbroughthere last Satiirdayfor burial Mr JCelly was welliknbwn here he having mar tried Miss Bailie Polin daughter of I5r DQ Polin of this place and at one time resided liege f ra short while Interrmeni occurred Saturday after noon in Stj Dominic cemetery Deceased was an excellent gentleman fiend5l1etedeath with muchsorrow Mr Kellys wife preceded him to the grave anum littleonsid and Sirs George Chescheir of Louisville To these tiiany sympathetic friends extend condolehcefw Death of Miss Clements1- 4liss J Margaret Clements daughter of Mrs S E Clements of near town died last Wednesday Nov 23 at 930 am after a brief illness of pneumo inia Miss Clements was born Sept 19 875 and was one of the best known ind most vable oun rlffdies4n the poilntyXShe was a devout member o fromWhichThursday Her death came as a great blow to her mother brothers and sis iersSrid to hundreds of friends None were prepared for such a blow and flifelightrofwas about to be extinguished until the summons came It would be hard to find a more lovable young Avoman than Miss Clenaents She hadi kind word flierdeathto her familyj but to the church fo friejibjsand tp the communit y to all of those who had lingered awhile in the sunlight of her soul She leaves a mother six brothera and two to whom the commune ity extendssincere sympathy fesr Messrs S R Thompson And James 4ghunting trip in Adair county OfcourseV i bothr are tellirgsome extraordinary storiesof jhe g me kilted gild the re markabje note that wgre mae They birdsa all Yuailit goes Without r Best Gili hams 5c Per Yrad J LADIES Rain J Coats Styles that are be ing mokt worn by the V i Best Dressers popurith Oliv sand ire3 TheIir5o jkindnow 10 15 qualitynoVy 112 Substantial Reductfon Of Prices On All Dress Daysi j 36 inch pay wool mixtures wJrth hoc for c dAll45 itrlohcV4teHandsome tlDanish Cloth v 12 jcYar deblack Peau De Soi SIl worthzfor r7Y rdwlde black P De Sol SIlK worth 175 for VTV r Yard wide black Taffata Silk worth 150 for 150 125 Fur Specials BileC J We also have the finer ones and rthe Muffs to Match IfiSay Wt Ire shoMng stilly stylis in Ladiit and Ckli 1 dnns ridutid pricis f ivedhighQt4 andthebircLlawand with unerrring aim dropped the fluttering quail inj his helterskelter effort to wing to high tinber Both Mr Thompson ard Mr Waters peoplelivingwhere the slaughter occurred They say the hospitality of the folk down in Adair is unexcelled and that the ve prettyBQbWhit pictures that no painter has the color ing to mockx i SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN I Under thlsheadall j rsons rho are subr charfdrerttaemente o tinfivery low rates f f f4 rs Thurman Improvkig 11sseveral months and who spent several 4 months at Martinsvjlle Ind unde ego hpI t shywillMrs Thurman will will remain in Leo anon fqr a while longer Stock Bought and SoW A M Makin Son of Bloomfieldi sold to the PulasJSi Mule Co pf Pulaskj Tenn f fty choice yearlingmule3a t 115 eac i McM kin Son bought 20 atfrott4Q differentcat 3 50 0 430 par hundred 1 f f f F Ij Cb g tJJ Jrm i tL Price W Wells of Bardstown haying bour JJieo Ca pbell sin Campsell the name of the firm winow be Wood Wells the busJneks will Jconducted at the Same stand They ask ia continuance of the patronafce of tih 1 people and guarantee air fair treatment t Frtscrijitiins CarlfulljCJIIIIIIe4if lWO D W iLSl r tSpringfield KyiJr 4 f ON OF RAUP Governor of the State offylmne spta Remarkable Race St Paul nnn Nov 12 The re iirkable victoryof John a Johnson emocratic candidate for governor of Knntsota in an Election inwhich every ther candidate on his ticket was buried ut of sight by the republicans has at iracted attention all over the country laid Minnesota republicans have been deluged with inquires as Io how it hij paned and what it means Various things contributed io Mr J nsonfs success in a state solidly re vTHablican but one of them important Jwxs the reaction in his faVor following an attempt to discredit him use father had been in the poorhouse and smother had taken in washing This story was scattered broadcast over the state in a circular ten day before the election and was promptly taken wand investigated by thepress ItwaS found that Mr Johnsons father hkd indeed been in a poorhouse bufhe had been put there bj friends of the family for the latters ke Mr Johnsons mother was obliged to take in washing to keep jer family from starving and yher son then 10 years old had left school to go to TrerlTto help support hisjnother The elder Johnson was a Swedish im migrant and the family was in abject poverty while the father proved worth less and did nothing to support his wife and children When fourteen years old young Johnson was the sole support of his mother who had grown feeble So well did he do his work that by the time ie was twenty he had reached a position of trust in his home town St Peter and was enjoying a fair income When these facts became known in Minnesota the reaction in favor of the nan who had so bravely discharged his raty as a poor boy and had fairly won his way to a high standing among his fellowtownsmen spread through the whole state the fate of his republican opponent was sattled The people wanted to vote for a man of that cali bef fortheir governor and Jthey did so on Timmy The vote shows that more than 20 pet tent of the republicans of the state who voted for oseveltfor president scratched their state ticket in favor of Johnson KilliM Thirtyfivt Mr Bert Searcy who hasbeen spend gng thsweek at Leathers Store has Ibrolcen all records for killing rabbits Be went out one day and Wiled thirty five out of forty fiveof them were sitting and he never shoots a rabbit un ness it is running If you can beat thi set us hear from you It is a common n thing now to see some of these anima 15 running through Main street as er gs a farm near the city which has a Beast 500 put on grass Come outearly tomorrow motTQirig nd you Will see something new in the Bunting line as they make a trip to town at day Jjreak Anderson News- Blind Man Sees Lremarkable case of the restoration iof sight occurred in this city a fe iday ago says the Hop iIisviIle Ken J tuclpan Ki A Bliss of Faint Ky a man about thirtY five years i of age had been blind from Birth with cat a c too n both eyes Hp hada wife and two children whQse faces he hat t 1 tYOU WILL WANT TO CARV THAT CHRISTMAS TnkeLLET US SELL YOU THE Carving Set CanOngS aherWe carry a full line of the- BESTCUTLERY j needjgooda lit matters not 1eryour name is r ia fe Johnnie You Can Get a T j c fi 6UN havelota Get our prjces on Lard Presses r Try aGallon Q rivetry Sohr J Gus your order for Salt Lime an i Cement j AYDON is BARBER J Kentucky 4 enin vet acnt came here to consult a sur 4 eon he would never consent toan operation He finally agreed to be op crated upon and the sight in one eye was restored j JMr Bliss was so overjoyed that he insisted upon returning home at once see the faces of his family for the fit tine He will come back haye the Other eye operated on in the near future jiHis mind could hardly graSP the blessing that came to him Thathej blinB all his life could be made tosej by scientificmeans seemed incredible His joy iknew no bounds UNPRECODtPJTED 1 Has Been Great Drouth in State tlsFallLast Report Of j Condition OfliopiS yc Frankfort Ky Nov l7The final crop repjort for tHe season that for theI month of November has been issued from the State Agricultural Department It reads as follows The drouth prevailing in nearly all parts of the State is almost unprece dented in its severity From nearly every coUnty the cry comes that stock wateriscarce and stock is feeing driven for miles to water In many places the streams springs and cisterns have given out causing a water famine for man as wen as beast There is great complaint that nearly all grass seed sown for meadows has perished for want of moisture There is also apprehension that a large part of the wheat rye and winter oats seed will perish from the same cause The early sowngrain came up all right but there has not been sufficient moisture in the ground for it to make any progress the grin sown later remains un pproutei in the ground yet It remains to be seen what the effects will be if the drouth continues much longer The corn crop genefallTin he State is3 goodone many counties reporting a bumper crop while Tethers ntablyVin the fourth division of the State report an exceedingly short crop The acreage of wheat was not increased as expected only a few counties reporting an increase above an average while jqujte a number fall much below The drouth Sef ng in so early that interfered with preparing the land for wheat accounts for the small acreage sown The amount of land seeded to rye is a full average The acreage of winter oats ishelow the average on account of the fail ute last season The tobacco was savedn gobd condition Free from frost wormCufand- dfri it ought to be a very usefull crop anyswhere it is reported to be quite a short one in the first and fourth districts standardeappletcrop for winter is less than a half crop All things considered the farmer has many things to be thankful ft THE COMMONERS Are Making Much Better Soldiers Nobilityw Japan has an aristocracy answering ip same fespectsthnt of the old slaveholding states before the civil war They ale the knights the cava ers file privileged class and look jton noon thecotutuou people as the F JY did the orwhltes vasEt itwas generally assumed that the aris tocracy or saniurai would furnish the heroic element of the army just as tin southern riding anti hunting gentle nun believed that he could whip five northern mechanics or shopkeepers mudsills he calledr tiieuit But it sgeins tu 1hFJ1r of dope n h fiE blood Ofn thl1 plebri origljeaifia training It JS Polled ut that they are the fellows s o drowned themselves off the roes loi Gensanrather than surrender tp the Russians The defenders qf Nan alfan hill were the sons of sninJJ mer clients ilhopkeepersand mechanics of shoemakers and farmers in find around Tokyor The southern aristocracy led off In the political fermentation jvhich brought on the war and naturally mo nopolized the offices of the army Aft i wViBats of Lard fighting it turn ed mrrThat the commoners were the mainstay of the Confederate cause on th battlefield As one Georgia crnck erf expressed ftuIt was a rich mans- w1handin poor mans tout Georgia N9rth Ciirlina Tennessee Alabama newps by farmers and free from the class dlstinctions which existed in old communities like Air giUla South Carolina Mississippi and bestfigFrom tbehvranks came the commoner ieajler General John B Gordon orig iAlabahqdditions and there mny yet emerge froin the inapsaclt bt a Japanese con sQoher the baton of a field marshal r Tinware DislFP ans 25c to Ii5 Dippers 50 to Soc Tin buckets ioc to U Turkey Roosters rc to 750 Hardware Our line of Hardware is lPithis line call on us and get the best goods at the lowest pries 18Ieie 1IGREAT Diamond Brand Axes Are the best FULLY GUARANTEED r Full line of Builders Hardware r McElroy ShultzSPRINGFIELD KY 1 Q i Jst f Our Fashion Letter I Something Interesting For Our Women Readers BY JUDIG CHOLtET LJ iLJ Y Black and red velvet In small checks is being made Into ultra smart cos tumes iTrimmed with black silk In piped panels and with rather wide Lands of black lace stitched upon u bloused jacket and sleeves a gown of this kind Is effective with the Intro duction oil white lace and black velvet at the neck Thee is ja fear that these iiew checks will share tliefate of the lack uul white and blue and white cloth check t d frocks which were so ovoraoiie in the spring Still for thosp who like to wear the very latest the costUuip in red and black checked velvet cannot be disnensed with and may be worn until it beeyuies commonI iThty walking skirt is seen In ninny varieties mostly box plaited or kilted iiJ IJf l P3EFJTIi Olty 1XO HAT It Is oat r tlean it was last winter but still Uikek Ow upward tilt ai the back Fine fnwLclotlis are the favorites this season mid the colors most hi evi deuce are jfjark greens bronzes browns copper and dull reds for fay wefir For eveniiiK frocas velvets brocades and G1w +MEATi7 MARKET pdrtunttytomeats at all times OpR REPUTATION IS A J j S 1 a 1eir iYOU KNOW We will Appreciate your trade and apappreciatei t BEEVKXWAHTED We are in thee market tall times bytelcpI19ne Fi tCOX COiSprfu eld Ky Ie Ie e Imil Jm THE MAJESTICj sills of all kinds are made into stately 11thelug tulles gauzes soft silks and paint ed chiffons and chiffon velvets Tile picture slaws a stunning broad brimmed but ofi wjiitp felt with a high full crown of mauve velvet A longibnclUe together with two rosettes tlltucd mmi c and violet velvet is the simple trFiniuing This but is suitI abletur the morning prOinfepade MODES iti FURS There are many startling lttnovation5 In fitr land at present quad what strikes oiie in tile new fashions are the extract dhmry atuoiuit of trimming used on fur garmittts rind the mingling of to talljt different skins with tjxceUent re stilts f rltuse who Invest lii really good fur git their moneys worth swjicii PUII chiising the tirreefiuarter length coats and do irat pay more for style than for thcstdnls vis often tin icilserhl warpth null coliifqrt of thethreoqnar terr pat will be appreciated in the cold days to come On mahy of the coats rind wrap other trimmings impart frdm fur are employed sueh as Bilks embroideries incnistatloiw of velvet bjautifiU lacii and nil kindiof buttons and clasps Chinchilla threatens to rival eve Russian suble aud caracal in black f j io- A SEALSKIN noL popuiarlt y and white will struggle fotMa discount Moleskin is at somewhat of fc Hiiing for although It will be used as long coats 1 musquash Among time lesser furs Is in a arid this pelt Is being dress way to resemble sealskin B ski i will be very much work ion 1has been brought to perfection b loi ing dad Uressipg It now comes I d lytones of wowtf and gras n wi much used f r motor coots Ther Ce bea rage for white lox which Is becoming to young people sed Fur cdglng8cvJJb a great deaf t gs eridfneehlnchiilh and sable elg1 on velvet gowns anduoats any ml nd caracal and astrakhan on cloth a practical frocks t fd The natty little coat Illustrated Is FblulhmabntA 0 Subscribe for The SunJr 1 v = eIe SiisT1 it One of Cur SpecialtiesFEEeF- EFEEiEtF EFE ec FeFreFia eFEEeEEFEe EEEEE Heating Stoves and Covjklng Stoves FEET EFfrE FccFFeEEFEeeFirEeFEFEeFicFEfEEEEE Tile PopularityQf the Majestic Range has increased to such an extent that the manufacturers find it hard to the demand If you Want one of these ranges you shouldweus your order now The fol = lowing letter received from the company is selfexplanatory iI St Louis 31o Nov 13 hOt McElroy Shultz Springfield KyGentlemen Sorry to yon but we can not make shipment of your order for ten days The Increased demand for the Majestic Range has made it Injpos Bible for us to supply our customers as soon da we would like Yours truly i THE MAJESTIC Mxro cot v r i Heating Stoves Wo handle the best at the lowest prices All of these are Rood ones Ra rant Home Heaters Coles Hot Blast Air Tight Heat eK 0 K Globes and Ideal Oaks L Ifyou need a stove youcan satisfy yoursejf at our store L TOBACCO FARMERS Do Not Know Their PowerThey Can Name Their Own i PricesI The Southern Tobacconist published i at Richmon Va makes some interesting comments on this subject in reply some statements of the Southern Tobacco Journal of North Carolina Among other statements the latter pa per is quoted as saying that ltlSt- rue that the farmer has to take what he can get for his products he in no way differs in this from the condition of the residue of theworlds producers Commenting especiallY aon this the To bacconist says upo the America Tobacc Compjany the Continental Tobacco Company the Consolidated Tobacco Company the American Cigar Company the Ameri can Snuff Company and the British American Company take what they can get for the goods they produce Or is it more expressive to say that these great components on a whole fix theirJ own scalejOf prices and the consumer must pay thatscale or go vitnoltIHow also bout too Standard Oil Company Dos it mefekh take what it can get brM does tit get what it chooses to take Does the supposedly all powerful and regulating law of supply and demand affect equally the manufactured oodsand the raw material If not Thin hiw is it that the shockof the wares 6nt4je leaf market does not jar theserenfc ftnd still deeper depthsdf the manufacturers market Because the latter is protected by an intervening shield of ah enormous reserv stock But the reserve stock is the food of the creature wfiich lives below itas it is eaten away below and must be added to on top Stop adding io it on topfor awhile and when the layer gets thin spmeihlng will happen TCbe tobacto farmer has never known- his p yerjHe has consistenly and persistently added fo that top layer at less than laborers wages and often with out any arid sometimes at his own ex yearsI additions weresdant thewall wasthlck and the next years contributions were sure to be abundant The average keeps uniform Now let this farmer say whathe shall be paid for his skill his labor his risk and his profit let this wage be fair and not exhbrbitant let it be ex pertly ascertained and then let himget that price or and it takes but slightunderstanding of the facts to assert that he will get thatprice obacco the manufacturer is bound to hive As long as he has enough and more than enough he won tworry but when he has less than enoug = he will worry and his worrying win rebound to the good of the farmer The warehouseman is all right He is a verynecessary medium ofexchange If the holding proceSs shortens his comp mission column for awhile surely lie wont complain They will grow fat her prices rise and stay up Besides wont we be fully compensated by relief from the hardest task warehouse man has set himthat of returning patrons a bill of sale which shows less- than the cost of production aandidealganized association ofthe tobacco growers association whose actions are to be a unit jne which will elect aboard of governors in whom they have confidence and whose rules they will abide by in the spirit and in the letter The farmer can hold his tobacco for so much a pound not individually but through an association and the grading of the bright crop for this purpose is by no means an impossible task The trouble all along has been that our friends the planters haye feared this bugaboo of difficulty and have suffered the result Now they are well on the road to concerted action and each day brings the details of perfect working ortler nearer to completion Heretofore th farmer has in very truth simply had to take what he could get Heretofore and in the not very distant future he will take a profit or he will keep his goods Thorough organization rational ad ministration confidence patience and determination combined with a diversity of farm produce and having first in mind always the providing for home needs and consumption certain- lY and surely make his tobacco crop a profitable one itlltilfo 1 j Misfits Are Cured IBy giving Lum Abell your order for Clothing A large vari etYpf Samples from which to select All of the latesti weaves andnewest Patterns MANIIs Suited and Overcpated to his taste when he gives me his order V- f x acwand Bluesft g 15 BUYS r A good Avellmade alt wool suit 20 gets a better one while buystgk suit that will lookweH five Year after the marriage ceremonY f Your order will Be appreciated LUM ABE Lf Springfield Ky i + it r i it A f 1r P N- N I Theres an Ocean ofComfort I I IntheSMOKEofa iJ Iw 1 I 4LakeCiga t 1 Tije Finest HandMade Cigars f 1 dJ 7 r They are Mild and Pure k I l f Smoikone youili smoke another and thus you will ETIN THE ffiBlt j IT THEBRANDSe i so1PezzoC C McChord Kentuckian Bora Elc010j Porto CIIf 3OU have trouble in finding a cigar to suit rou askvoiir l dealer lor any one of the LAIvEBRANX Thousands of tr 1 11 peopl praise these cigars The ue made to pleas the anfl their is no indication that the people iare bimJpleased than to note the number of or t ders daibT received t 1 I B OJ LAKE Mnfg Springfield Ky I1 jitr CORN t CROPi L OftheiastYearOneof the Largest In His tory of Country Our corn crop of this year 4f massed together would cover 60 acres of ground to the depth Ofnearly 10000 feeta veritable mountain of corn over a third 1ofa mile high If divided equally among the population of the earth it would give each person nearly two r bushels One practical result of the if1 enormous corncrpp ought to be a ma I terial reduction in the puce pf beef for 1 t home consumptionsince if is the crop I jon which beef tattle are chiefly fe- t In many parts of tile West the harvest I has been abundant but in Oklahoma j farmers this year are boast fulof their corn crop Favorable cli matic conditions produced a record breaking yield In many instances the ear and stalk are such unusual size as to be veritable curiosities In a field owned by Walter Matthews a farmer near the town Mulhall inJLogan county an leyenyearold boy weighing 80 pounds climbed a stalk to a height oft four feet without its bending with him L The stalk was strongly rooted and abut 16 feet high While the growth in Oklahoma was exceptional no trav IIeler through the West could fail to be I impressed with the Vastness ofthe corn A area and theimmensity of the crop I Leslies Weekly J 4 Seriously Injured 1a Wednesday morning while R H- tr witherspoon yns engaged in unloading logs from a wagon at the sawmill on his place north of this city the logs in sqme way began to slip and all three of them fell from the wagon to theground In trying tQ escape Mr Witherspoon was caught beneath one of them and his left leg was brokep below the knee and his left kjiee injured to some ex tent His pfiysician says that he is suffering greatly and will be f confined to his bed for some weeks at best Anderson News r Pfcjuiiir J In Massachusetts the Democratic can dl ate for Governor ran 120 ahead o the Presidential ticket and was elected In New York the Democratic candidate for Governor ran 100000 aheadof the Presidential ticket In Rhode Island the Democratic can didateor Governor ran more than 15 r 000 ahead of the Presidentiat ticket In Michigan the bandi date for Governor ran 90000 ahead oft Presidential ticket In Missouri the Democratic candidate for Governor ran 50000 ahead of the Presidential ticket and vas elected In Colorado the Democratic candidate theIIn Minnesota the Democratic candidate for G vernorran 135000 aheacTof the Presidential ticket and was elected thj1rjckThe third session of the Fifty eghth- Cougressijgins next Monday Mem bers of Congress ate already arriving in Washington to attjend its meeting and by th time thJgavelf pre sidin oflers of the vtVo bodies faUa full attendance wili be on hand hL You Need Dishes I am selling mS tockpf dishes outat cost rid cpii sequenth 1 amr offering some pice bargains in this line II After You Have Bought zl The dishes iI cansell you groceries at the Lowest prices Full line of canneq goods together with aU the delicacies the mar ket fbe found at my store Try McElfoys Special Roasted Coffeer I Ee E E E Er E EEiE Er r Three Cakes Of Fairbanks Fairy Soap IOc Three Cakes of Fairbanks GIycenneTarSoap IQc E E i E F stateFuUCruse it everjafterward ft = IRVINE MelLROY CL Springfield Ky i ISLS1SSISSI4 SiSiSifSiSSiSiSiSiSi j c The Reed Le Rensee c CMC Chord IClear Havana Goods iI 5 immense jl especially Voting Democratic NeWsy1 Paragraphs Southern Democrats in Washington tHatthererepresentation in Congreisf Adolph Webcr las been arrested at AiburnCa1on thE charge ofmnrder ing his parents sister and brother anti setting the family residence on fire to hide the crime It is estimated that nearly 8 000 vis itors to the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair have playeHjon tie piano the familiar tune of My pld Kentucky Home Game- Warden fcklen of Tennessee is behind a movement to purchase the Meade1famiState Thomas E Vatson expresses thebe pef tat thePopjilist party polled something like half a million votes in the- Ir ceit election The vote cast for Eur candidt1tcI MerccjrJAnde 1cersturn and the selection of the candidate yasleft to thdicounty f i istrikeof hat and Cat makers vas- inaugura1edizitwe1veihps ia Chicago Gov Beckham bias fixel January 3 icpct tys the late fur the exec n of John Hathaway nro murderer con victedatWihester t official returns ft bhe fI1pkrDemocr c over makcy Repul icarby 1418 votes Andrew Camegij will contribute ad j ditional funds for the establishment of- ts nnpVv inimrip in Louisville addition itffhe 25000i alrejacly doriateil for jianrain building WnlterOTaughn t 4 who acci dentally hot and killed fceejSuter goesto lefoi1mSchool Plans for contest on the part of Wi- liarnllenryJ4nesanclJ B Bennett the Republica candidates for Congress in the Third and jNinth districts re riteetIngCormmittee lastwcekTne committee decided to maintain permanent hcad ta1THomaI 1 The Put It qff My friend have you heard of the town pf Yawn On the banks of the river Slow Where blooms the Wait Awhile flovrer j fair Wherp the SomeTimcorO thor sce its air And the soft l6Easys grow It lies in the of WaitAwhile r 4ThatIts the home of the listless IDo t care Where the PutItOffs abide Atlanta Constitution izt lLItt Ii 1 4949 4- 0 The Sparr6wf f jt And The Owl ILITTLE BIRDS WITH BIG EYES ANp OPEN EARS = wwwwIw1J 11111 t The Sun has employed an English Sparrow and an Owl tcrdo reportorial ork and they enter upon their duties this week The Sparrow willbeon duty during the day while The Owiwdi keep an eye open at night These birds are expected to gather those little items of News whichcan not be seen or heard byth ordinary newsgather Of course many matters will be reported which can TheOwlsgiven some tope and the readers of The Sun may depend upon it Ke v 11fdawdown man interesting items THE SPARROW I beg to report the following On last Thursday afternoon I was grossly insulted by a man whom I took to task for saying some mean things about Springfield I am sure the elfoW lid not live here The meanest thing he said was that the town wasnt one of the best in the State When heI made this remark Icalled hinia liar and he threw a brick at me As luck would have it I was missed and a coon on the opposite side of the street was hit 000 Every English Sparrow Washington county met out near the resovoir Thursday and gave thanks that we were not partridges 00 OJ quails1formade One day last week 000I1 have received letter from my u1I cle in England asking whether or not Roosevelt carried Qm aIe saysI King Edward is yery much concerned over a reportthat Canada slipped over into the United States d ring the Roosevelt landslide 000- I followed close upon the trail of a Springfield Sportsman last Saturday Pe shot twenty two times ar d got one piece of gamea rabbit le caught settin 000- I understand that I am little items for The Sun that cJnno be ersIthatmy1noto r see mu t at amain or woman could notIs all report things accurately and dea fairly and honestly 000 I think it bst for me rot 1o tell eyerything I hear and see Somebody might attack me and then ie States and England would fhout oDO I saw a girl smile ata boy a few days ago and the boy smiled back at her 1I thought that they were a little awk ward at the business and afterwards learned that they were merely amateurs in tile art of flirting They have got much to learn along this line Their smiles jesembled a long black streak and their eyes didnt sparkle at all 000 THE OWL J I am undertaking a hazardous jiib I fully realize its dangers and know that I am taking my life in my own hands You kpow if you tell everything you see and hear at night people are apt to gctmadat you even to thepomtof taking you life Usually when I engage in this business require thjy pub 9f the paper to buy a Gattlinc gun and employ oin expert gunner toproiect me- Ul0fl one occasion I was attacked b an irrat fellovcitizen who usea asa lthatne111allowmy duty L 000 In theAvinter time it fs diHicult for 1 me to sep and hear as I do n the sum mer There are no iham nbcks no moonlight strolls jio cooing of lovers beneath the spreading bows of the old tree in papas yard no smiling in win ter as in summer Everybody hovers around tjheTire and all the items 1 catcharis caught straying 000 I saw a coon in a chicken house a few nights ago and it wasnt his i chicken house either ooo I saw two men slipping around the corner of the court house a few nights ago I thought they were thieves and were going to try to break into the court house to steal something j How ever when I got close to them I discovered thatthey were two wellkhown citizens and merely stepped around the corner to take a swallow of some kind of medicine they had in a bottle 000 I see something every night which would be both interesting and startling but I think it best not to print these things thj siNvant the yfaml7irls old men J j f j tanoVtld women to know that Iwill keepan open eye during Christmas and will report everything Lsee and hear regardless of corjiihes j Jooc Tjiave just undergone a successful operation for the eyes andl ears Please take notice O ootf Dont tellanybody aboiut your ail theycarevise you to see a doctor I remember that Iii s once very sick as a result of eating some poisonous worms and I went to si jay bird and told him about it andhesaid the world was full EngHshSparrowsaId could afford to sea few 000- Ii I owned a farm I pould raise more chickens and feWer horses There is money in this business I know a women whose Only assets a few Arears ago were a dozen hens She now owns a farm valued at 4000 and the hens gave her the start 000 If I were a young lady I would rather have freckles on my face than a frown Freckles dont look so badly any how when they are set in smiles If you have a frown on your faceget it away even if you have to hire sbmebody to tickle yod under the chin oo0 OWL MAXIMS People who wait for othing1o turn up usually get turned down Nights are glorious shadows without them the days would become monotonous If some people owned the stars would sell them for a little god theyI People who are born tired are all of their lives v Ifydtt start the wrong way youll never get right by going ahead The woman whose sympathy for the suffering carries her through the world upon a tide pf tears is beautifuL If you Relieve you are g tI1eVermn ntheItrumpetsNothing pates so harshly upon the devils ears as a pretty tuner YoungMefl1Apd Agriculture Fifteen years ago it was very dif cdIpoiui The father was supposed to know all that was necessar to run a farm successfully and the sons follow errIIthat possibly scIence might be waiting to do for asriculjLure that wulch it has done for transportation ihuuufactures surgery chemistry and that the mys terles connected with soil physics tile ruprbductioh 61 plimt life tie origina huh ofuow types might become when urfworld at large i At a certain agric l jturaF collogejia the west now ot na Qoual reputatIon there Was at the time referred tbQt just one solitary student who vfus takiug the full ogri saItacioiiiiisIiet1 in the line of applying science to agriculture bus been if anything njore productive of splendid re suits tliiu live been attained In any other Une1 New fruits and cereals have the bybrirtlzer the In sect plagues bu loth vegetable and ani mal life are elng held in check bj the die uist and lent01noJOeist selectidnof the bcjst seeil Is Increasing the iJeld null securing better iuaHty at the bauds of the patient Investigator As the probleniii of climate rainfall and soil ImVe been studied new types of cereals and grasses ure making the waste places wonderfully productive and of the greatest value irrigation and drainage are making garden spots pC desert mid swamp thus opening up as science toiicIie with her magic linger tire tproblenjl of agriculture a field of alipost Intinife possjbllities It is hard for the doctor the lawyer the parson to surrender a part of their place of vantage and admit the fanner to an equalltrw th them but they are doing it because they have to The time is not far distant vheirthe farmer as tliej creator and begetfesr of the largest pdrt of the national weatQi will conic io lis rightful place in th na tlonfsicoipiyf and It will be brought bout by educating our young mn alpnii the sclentltid lines referred ti dJ LlTributa fICollrtHrJclt The Lexington Leader pays tM lowingtribute to thelafceCoL W cBreckenridge uponipssoldi Statesman orator thinker whom itentucky has nurtured greater sons passed out ofmortal p ence shortly before thehqurthatmark dayIsilver- hushed cadet in enternal silence or release from the temporary fetters of the las malady awakes to sing amid new an transcendent glories we cahnot lod behind the impenetrable veil to see bo this much is true that neither death n change can fora single moment rob neighbors or his rate of the impress of liis lofty thought nor that of the almost sublime genius of his soul The March if Cimjuny A =Forwardfflh was the Captains And washeardAs they form in line in the morning ShouIilerto shoulder wenfeGpmpany A Out of the shadow into the sun oneII y Ai Marching alongthe rendezvo- usBygrassymeadowstheroadrhu orchardsForward g And aptreesFalling fast on the fitful breeze spraystraight A A breath like a sight ran through the ranks C Treading those odorous blossom banks awayTbeForward march and the dream was sped aheaPClatteredaFace to face with Company A Forthwith a flashrn the Southern sun undred bayonets leaped like one playSounded A Halt What is here A slumbering child wildBetweenRight in the path of Company A Nothing knowing of North norSouth Her dimpled finger within her mouth gaySheStraightway set for a sign of truce Whilely a handkerchief fluttered loose grayGallopedTo the saddle bow he swung the child thebabylipsthatsmiledWhile Cheered Dor the Captain ofCornpanyA r nWhileyTomeetOut of the arms that held her safe He took with a smile the little waif grayAndA Urf there in the distant geJaor A mother claspiber child on e more Sh ddered si t e e cloud yoSounding the path of Company A A little later and all was done rNothingThat swept the ranks of Company A Nothin left save the bloody stein Darkening the orchards rosy rain Dead the chief of the Southern gray And dead the Captain of Company A Fallen together the gray and bluet Gone to the final rendezvous satAndorwardA Kate Puttnam Osgoodj Massachusetts pays male teachers 140 ftliai month on an average the highest in the country but California does better than ony othjerLstate by the women who avera 65818 month As a rule thehigst salaries are paid in the Westt OOOOOQCOCQCCOOCPQCOOOOOOOO CCOOOOCOGGOOCOOOOOOCOOOOOO Kelly 1L Meat DealerittSRINGFIELD NTUCKY Offer to the trade at all tImes It The Best fresh aikfH ur1Meats ft We do not anythiab4ItftJe bt t BeefCattle PorkersEte tb ttfM we are prepared to give to the tvwte the it o meats v 6boooocxxxxx ocxooonnfjni oa f = New Goods Atriving FAtLY1 t J T iFancy Holiday and Staple goods arriving daily Call and see for yourselves My goods are firstclass in Quality tand my pncesare ROC BO TOM Listen v ije I give you a n es then take ai note of how mlicTi I am saving you each day week and nipnth Menfs heavy Wool Pants 240 f1 SHOESDoI1t miN this4ce to secure you a good winter shoe for a little 61 money tGLOVES i iget my prices I will VerYLResiectfullyf treat S I P J it ooooooooooooooooooooooooo O L oHAtDos 8 B TBOXFSOX JB o 4I HAYDpN THOMPSON 4 aif LIiLfMl RY t FEEB AN1 SALE ST A i SprkigfieW Ky t Nice OjrtfHs For T iTeHaf Men Papsr i 4 pre WtF Trusty Practical i Dntist9 SPRING IELD KENTUCKY j J Bntalwprkatreasonableprices All ywprk teed r Office over Saydpn Barber JJr1 J1 M Burton i RI SIDENT DENTIST TethExtractedWith L t Pain A SPECIALTY J 1 ork Strictly First r Ky Office in Bacon Block up stairs f Dr fl H LAMPTON I OFFiCEjIn Opera House 1 1reld K r T SCOTT MAYS- 1 t Springfield ATTYATLAW K Y natic in the courts of Washington AppealsdFederr C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Kyj fire in all SXkte arid Federal Curs D CLAYBROOK ADrY ATLAW Springfield Ky Will ractkeln the courts of Wa9btn land adjoining counties and in the courts of A Pealsf W E SELECTMAN itArnATfAvtSpringfield Kyb courts of Washington 1ofiningcounties and Incourt of Appeals L + QQQ + i + QnooQQ HAYDONy THOMPSON c VtHJiriakKS and Emlialmirsr Springfield1 r Kentucky n r Ihone18 Ve2rryfustock a full line of Bunai Robesnd Caskets ki J We are Fidfy Equipped lt tie resrM t eadevorto tC jlww the people every kido 88 eIo QI l itjLadies My line of Gloves is complete at XPrices from lOc to 120 Ij GROCERESI have Rice Spice and eppHominr OrangesAr Thomas t jt fREDERICKTOWN If there is anything that should receive a hearty wel ome it is always the sun and I feel doubly sure this SUN will be equal to the emergency and will gladden the home of Washing ion county mankMiss Mary Hamilton is the guest ofI relatives in Louisville this week l WilliamWatersspent Sipday with the Haters mother Miss Lizzie Montgqmery the trained nurse is now at home after several weeks in Bardstown George Williams spent Thanksgiving with his grandmother Mrs L Con ner Miss Sue Thompson has recovered from a long illness of typhoid fever and is now with her grandfather G R Clements near town Mr Tom Montgomery still continues ilL V TheM 5sioii at thiS place last week was well attended by all denominations and the highly entertain ing and instructive sermons by Rev Fr Couvrette were much appreciated 4afuwnwithNelson county sidje oftiur bridge Let the good work go on Miss ete O Bryan of Mclntire is with Mrs Gep Mclntire for a few days WILLiSBURG t I = spentThMisses Annlfe Mcllvoy of this place and Oma Daagoo of Lexington spent several days with Mrs Decatur Dragoo jiear here this week Miss LulaColvin entertained a few other young friends Tuesday night with interesting games All present pad aii enjoyable time We te glad tii report Ed Crouch better after a f w days confinement to his room j Qui PeopleIel from fC Springs attended prayer imeeting at this place Wednes ht Mri Walker the lar pa er of Mac yule is engaged in into Mr J M Trent 8 resdenc e this W notice some young ladies weadn g smiles now as the happy holidays are approaching and our young friends seekingth fromioEenwickwithMrs T Miller Mesdames L W Sharp and Richard MrsBeeMisses Lula Colvin and Maymie Mer ait spent Thursday night with Miss Nora r fJ POLIN r trIjTheftfarmers arel all about through g comJan1huniJn is the or derbf the It is very 9out in this part pf the county Wheat and rye are looking badly Th hilthof this p1 efisgQOdatthis ti sere will bediidertble moving in thjS next few jday 1 e 1uch land has changed harit lLtW mOllltkl Tobacco fen artWJMMl of- toetriPtheir jseason v tobaceerf Jand Mailroad Time Table inc fmmlJt iris J mArrivesArriysfe at BaVdstbwh Juricth 930 502 Leaves Louisville 6JOO f 730 410 Outgoing Tralns yonlyNo Daily No 42 mLeavesnuArrivesJ li J MOOKESVILLE a 111 t i Mr Sam STocum has opened up the corner store at Mooresville fs Mr John Gaddiejanchwifey 6ff Spencer coup y are visiting Mr ruax andfamily this week ar Miss Cleavie Goatly pf IU te visiting her brother George Goatly of Booker and sister Mrs May Crow of Polm r Mrs Belle Bishop and daughter Car vie of Wiilisburg visited MrJ Ernest Goatly Saturday Mr Erastus Yates has returned home after an absence of two years in he- W r eSI t Dr John Yates of JLotjisville spent Thanksgiving at home Edd Yates has typhoid feverM Mr Ed Boblits little girl is dangerously ill at this writin Mr Je tea Cox will haVE a sale this week and he and family will remove to Lawrenceburg We regret very moth to lose them but ouifloss will be tih ir gainMr Preston Moore gave a Thanksgiving party to the young people Among those present were Misses Ora Carney Nancy Ellis Nancy Moore Sfaliie Montgomery of Springfield Pearl Hawkins of Woodlawn and Qleavie Goatly of Auburn Ill Messrs Dave Has Burnette Wall Will and Bansil Cull Owen and John I His Otis1 Settles John Tobin and tters AUf report a gay time The coffee social at Mrs J sie Setf tIes on Thanksgiving night was well attended and they realized 2500j1t was given by the adys Aid oci ty for the beIiefitt of the Maud Christian church Mr June verjr of Spencer cpuih ty isjvisiting his aunt Mrs Josie Set tles this weekiWe Wish the Springfield Sun muoi Success i f1 your business is poor try an ad lit Th Sun IT WILL GET BETTER If your business is good try anadn theSun it will get better DIRECTORY priflgdeldKyCom Atty Fi M C pboll clerk Goo Cat lets jailor M O Lcoctnnan Master Commie shiner B ron roake SheriffDeputies Ed SpriztjfieldganTruUOJuryFund Court begins F6prth ondaya in February 3Iay and October County CourtB L Litse judge F tyAttorneyeachnionth Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each month Court of Jtainis Mfifite at Sprfngfleld first Tuesday In OcttJHMVKlSa April County Treasurer Other County QfiiclalsJaaF MooreStir fQJBrlandeJ M Montgomery METHODIST r Rev J C Hoskinson Pastor Services on the first and third Sun days in at lam and 700 m Sunday School everyy ilunday at WaPrayer meeting every Wednesday nI ht HennessyPastoroclock a m Services at St Rose same hours PalltrServfCmonth LatlmerPal3tnrand 7 prn Sunday every atlO eveninBatwnURjnlSundayne evening at jj o clock 31a istratcsDls toiJaML Mndd 5fo2 JnoGorden N Riles No 1 UPollaad LndmMays ScttTctary Meetings nights First as monthf J AA for A itmatism Hard word tis at best This Evils own lmP V Leaves 1eEye without rest Is at the Muscles L IHe pulls at the Nerves Our Glasses will give him Just what hevdesefe jj C F RUSSELL SprinKfjeld Ky l i f lailyNq onlyNo Daily No 41 No44 t 1 th j n t t1 1Q= 0 C- 7s = n rP Q c = 0 P =p = 0rn1m == 0 CAa S = 1 p = = Ott t- rr QQcQ = r0 is = f t3M o- rt = sen MARKETS Sprincfiald Market BaconHams 15c Sldesl2c Beeswax 24c4per pound Batter 20q pound ChickenHe 6Hc Spring 8cto 10c Driedapples 5c per pound Ducks8c per pound corn Meal75c per busheL IJffga JKc per dozen Feathers 6c per pound Flour5325 J Ginseng 750 per pound Grain Wheat 116 corn Oats Hides Green 7c toLard lOc per pound LimeOOo per barrel DlUlproductsBran sjnd 8hipstntI 100 per 100 pounds toj5Onions 8altl and 180 per birrellfT Tnrkeys =12c per pound Tallow5c per pound Vinegar 25c per galldn i Wool Burry find greasy 14Ho clear of grease 20c tub washed 28c Country S0rghumr45c tcifiOc 43ee e i per dozen Onion SetaL50 r Livt Stick Marktt CATTLE choice to prime shipping steers 14 50 to 5 00 Medium to good shipping steers 00 to 4 60 choice butcher steers 3 7ato4 23 Medium to good butchers 3 00 to 3 50 common to medium butchers t2 50 to 3 00 canners nLm tol 75 Good to choice feeders 325to375 commraon to medium feeddrs250 to 3 pood t0 extra stock steeJ00 to 3 50 common to medium stock Steers 2 40 to 2 85 oood to choice stock heifers 2 50to2 75 cpmmon to medium stock heifers 2 00 to 2 25 p1ainUght mixed stockers r225to 2 75 75icecuchoice veal calves i 5 00 to 5 40 common jto medium lves35to 00 choice to fancy milch cows 3500 to 42 40 xed umtogOOdmlIchcOw82500 to 30 00 iplaln comb on mulch cowst J5 00 to 20 00 HOGS choice pack fi butc h Zoo to Boo lbs 400 Medium packers 180jo 2oolbs choicei lightship 12otol6o Ibs 35 choice pigs loo to 120 llSu J 20 oood pigs 80 to loo 1b8m to LlgWpigs 5o to 80 Ibs ba to lIto aonghalsoto boo Ibs 3 75 to 2o SHEEP AND LAMBS oood to extra shipping sheep 2 75 to S 25 hair to good 2 ooto2 5o common o medium 1 00 to 2 oo cksL 15oto25o extra shipping lambs 5 ooto 5 23 nest butcher lambs 25 to 75 rair to good butcher tamtai 4 oo to 25 common tail end lamiii 3 60 to too MclNTIRE j t ucJmIt is with a feeling of y ing that I assume the role o Corns the Sun yet as lavebeen- so kindlJs icited to do bYthe edi give a few items Mr JlC Ensor and little son John of near Springfield spent Thanksgiving here the guests of their uncle Hillory M l tire Mr and Mrs J F Keene visited at vMriat Holy Cross one day lastweek Quite a number from here attended the mission at Blinco so ably given by Rev Fr Couvrette Miss Flora Keene who is teaching at Mqoresvillej spent Thanksgiving at jkGraves of Nelson county four2y atIsper head Mr George Thompson of Lebanon visited relatives Here last week ydand Eugene in the direc tion of Fredorick town very often of late Of course they like your hum ble correspondent are too young to have any mattimonial inclnations With best wishes for the Sun and its editor I will close FELIX ct + 10a 1111 rt + O e lJ a O a cI JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director = AndtLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown s Jlands ie Use of Caskets awl knit Rtbes Telephone Day 18 Night 74 eeQQQQQQ el1 r I I11 GoingtoRaiD I sI then you may depend upon it turning cold Of course you will need fires and you will want coaxThat will burn burn to ashes Our coal means the highest quality CjqaTj for the furnace Coal for the Coal for the stove The most important thing to remember is that OUR COAL BURNS Telephone us and your order will be quickly filledrf The Farmer 3T Wall find our lute of Buggies Harness Farming ImPlement etc complete L Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wa S1 J are the bestJtTliey have stood the haveMea iound in strength and durabilitybut WANTED by every experienced farmer and wagoner It We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in 11Je world Anabundance of feed stun always OK band Giveus an order for your Salt and Lime TM best at the f LOWEST PRICES t Winter Lap Robes S150 to 60041 l tCleaver Horse Blankets 125 oi5O i If you neeed fencing buy that which has Hen proven the beet ThiPapand ElwlFIsN FHkil The Hag 1i Gasoline Engine Is noted fostrengtl Itkeeps arumim r This can not be saidof other makes ofga Most of them often refuse to budge and that too at a time whettbodcuig is necessary Buy the Hagan and you will save Worry and Wickedness JJ 4 J lieAaYsh for Hides and Furs McClure Welis5r MAtKVILLE Hatehett Camdeij sold ja bunch of mare mule colts to J P filler Son of Fairfield at i70 eachjabunch of 800pound yearling steers ito Litsey Claybrooke East Texas at 3f also bought two yearling mare mules bf R D Baker of Battle at 100 each and a 2year old trotting mafe pf Jeff Pur dpmat115 J C E Ruby sold a bunch of 830pound steers at 3c and a 1000 pqund cow at 2c Also bought a bunch of stock ewes of Davis Simms of Mercer county at 5 00 each Wilber Peter and C R Martin the latter of Danville shipped a load of horses and mules to Macon Ga last week WP Hat ett is also in the South on business R P Hendren sold a pair of mare mule colts to J P Miller Son at 75 each W R shewmaker sold a bunch of 640pound gteers at 3c and 4 835xund bunch aBsjc Will Sweeney bought a 112 acre farm of W S SHewmaker at 2000 Possession Jan 1st The Methodist meeting which has been soably conducted for the past two weeks by Rev John Godby of Perry ville closed SvSiday evening with several additions to the church Miss Ollie Shewmaker who has been attending school at Bowling Green has rtturneJhome Success to the Sun is our wish JENSONTON 1The turkey buyers are scouring the country for turkey batfew are selling at tOe most rswant better prices and larger turkeys A N WeD of Junction City wac in our community last week inthe intcrwt of the Home Insurance Co tj J N Elliott sold some nice shoatsat 3 60 per hundred last week Tobacco raisersare stripping their crop and getting it ready for thf mar ket We hope they will get a good priceR Lu Co anougher has moved from Indianapolis to this place He iiBOW with his father Geo Cocano gh r G M Harmon of PerryviDei alfdFMiss Lizzie Pope were married at s Beech Grove last week A H Crain has just received a nice c line of shoes andinvites his customers to inspect same Mr Chas Goode and Miss DellaNebejiu were married at Bethlehem Thaab giving The grain cropis not very gmd aD fdrouthMrs Morgan Arnold of Boyl cemar Jx ty spent Thanksgiving with Mrs A j ilk w Arnold I The farmers are posting their arms and say they will have no huntirC1tst- 11 the boys get the rabbits The man who cant use advertising in his business really has BO barirnet to he in business n iATCH Your WatchAnd if it doesnt keep CORRECT TIME take it to f JAS J GRAVES Watchmaker and Jeweler Ifon REPAIRS Prices reasonable work guaranteed A Few Sample Prices Solid Gold Scarf Pins 175 to H ffWatchesKings from 5 ctoMns from f ltofK Jiwtlry Rijiairllic tffnt at iki mitt rtttmtMt friiM Store room opposite court house adjoaof ckrki oflle JAS J GRAVESSprinffiel4ly t y