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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i i r I i Iri vI 1 PrI4 l4 ftI iI Il ybiuiEi t i SPRINGAELDKYIJWEDNESDkY 1 DECEMBER 7 1904 Ii r A tt PI 1aII = P 1 tPirsonal Nptei t 4 n I frt and Out of Tov 7AI Z I tROUl1d Up of the We ds nU Personal News 11 0IU I MrC JHubbard the wellknbwn 1 insurance man of Hodgenvill was in Thursdaywr liss Susie Penn and Mr H JMi Moss 7 werein Louis ville one5 day last week I I Efnest Abell ofLebanon was here ft Monday 1 t Miss Lena Allen of Frankfort has 7ieturned home after a visit to friends I afthis place fiss Sadie Mayes hasTerarneid from I a visitfa1Early Times I tr R B RoBarHs c Grave- 1I Switch is visiting his brother wDr J B floBatiswkc kiss Mary Lizzie Coomes oftBards town is here visiting her sister Mrs LD Baker fJ Mrs Bi uciDossi of Kanklin Ten was guest cjf Miss Elizabeth Waters last week I IMissMary Dohoney of Lebanon was intown the first of the week Mrs F R iiooapp and children are Kin uisvi1l7visitin Ae sist Mrs Wjp 1 r1 Misses Xula rBessie aid Pearl Campbell went to Louisvjlle Sjuiday tot r Visit relatives Miss Lu1abasrturned Vwhije Misses Bessie and Pearl will re main several days Mr John I McElroy ajcyi jnephew Mr Emmet F McElroy vferein Dan ville last week to visit Col Nicholas 1IcDoweILI Mr Jno L- k Offutt of Bioomfield J r So t Jg V r Miss Annie McChord aft r a visit to friends at Waynesvtlle IncL has re turnedhome Mrs Mary L Durrettf was in Bloomfield last week to attend the funt it eral of Mrs Miles McKee t JR Waken eld was in Bhxjmfield the first of the week on business 7Jrtrs Carrie Durrett and tdaughter Miss Elese of Bjoomfield are visiting at the home of Dr MW Byatt C C McChord is Ithmefrom Frankfort Attorneys Scott May es and WF Griggsby were in CampbellsvHle last weekon legal business Mr J S Clay rookeattend the SmithBarlow Bedding at Bardstown last Thursday Attorney Sylvester Russellof Leba non was in town last Saturday W D Claybrooke and L A Burns will attend the RogersJohnson wedding at Lebanon this evening Roil JohnW Lewis who has been 1attending Circuit Court at Greensburg has returned homefMrs John W Lewis fter a pleas it3I1t visit to friends in Lebanon has re turned home- y4t Mr A C Cunningham returned yesterday from Louisville where he has been on business Miss Allethaire Medley is visiting friends in LOuisville iEd Janes li lefiveyeaN lddaugh ter May who has been sick for three or four weeks with Malarial fever is convalescent Mr arid Mrs MAll n of Eliza I I Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL50p000V SurpltLs and Profits 20000 OFFICERS4V Geo D Bobertqpn President J A Bonlware Cashier Hon L H Thurman VicePresldent Chas M McChord A st Cashier H C Lee Boockeep0r It DIRECTORSV Geo D RobertsQn W 1 Graham Judge L H Thnrman G LjHaydon J W Scatterly T M I I Your Banking Business I Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed Y r J I Iii Ll fut r 7 ii j b 1rnflidb jjtJ DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS QF WASHINGTON COUNTYItcSh r t bethtowh after a pleasant Visit to their son Mr J L Allen hav retrfrned home MiSs Lena Allen if Frankfort who has als been a guest at the home of rAll n left with tfajm to spend a while at lizabethtown Wi i Mr Jn4 Boulewate cashieroli pies Bank left yesterday for a trip through the SOUth He was joined by his brother lIqUi VilllrVhO will make the trip Avithim MrJ iW Mansfieldvas in Louis last weeK cjn businessV Mrs J Harrington who has been makuiV 1 her home with Ht MJ Moss has moved to Louisvifte J I JvimSatt has returnedfrom an extensile trip East He reports the weather severely coldl tr s iJSnick was in Louisville Friday on business 1 Ji4rs M E Bevill who has been visiting at the home bf W Fi Booker wiJIbeMrs V TMontgomeryand ughI ter Mrs Sherman of Pleasant Mo who jwereWlletl heke b the death of Mrs Montgomeryls father Mr A G Yankey have returned home Miss Mary MbCabe is in Bardstown this weeklsiti g Mends Mr Ifred Cox i4 in Lexington this week to see his sonwho Was so seriously hurt irj a railroad wreck an account of which iappeared in the Sunlast week We are glad to learn that the young man is doing nicehancr it is now believed thatfhe will rjecoverV ndgaughteltIisrLena r rMissfAnnie Petrshasbeen coifed to Beams jKy to nur e Mrs E L Davispn jr will entertain at Flinch Thursdayfternoon with Miss Annie l5 Grundy as honor guest MrlEmmet PrMcElroy left Tuesday morning for his home in Kansas City MoT after a pleasant visit here of several days to his father and mthe and other relatives Mr McElroy is engaged in business iiKansasCityth7real1te here are cellent glad to an ex L DrW Q RoBards anLkfe who hive been here for several weeks will leave the1 last of the week for their home at HendersLnville it C Besides being here on aViSitVthirVsozr DrvJ B RoBards Dr WO Robards was engaged in locking up some war claims We understand that he suc dssired1information r Judge I H Thurman and wife will leave the latterpart of the week forI Hehdersonville N C where they will spend a month Mrs Thinmans condition is stillreported to be improving and it is thought thajt a m9nths stay in the even dlima4f North Carolina will be of great benefit to her Mr H L MisElroy and wife of Kansas City Mo r who have been here for several days to visit relatives left last week for Danville where they spent a few days with friends From there they went to Lexington and from Lexington to Njcholasville After a viSit of a few days at the latter place they will leave for Louisville where they will remain with friends for a while before retuning to their homes in Kansas CityV4I Messrs Clem Bill of C virigton and Guy Wiggington of Fairfield have been here the past few days visiting Mr C W Hagan While here they enjoyed several hunting trips through the coun ty The dry season interfered = of course and the hunts for birds were not successful but it is said that both young gentleiiian found quite a number of Washington county dear each making desperate efforts to bring about a capture White they did not quite succeed in doing so it is thought that patters are now arranged s that the feat can be easily accomplished some titne in the futUeV Mr W C McChord wHo was in New York City last week looking after some tobacco interests has returned home Thorn In His Foot While Mr Evan Hagan of the gro cery firm of HagUn Bros was out hunting one day last week he stepped upon a thorn sticking it through his left foot In pulling it out the thorn jvas broken off in the flesh and upon arriving in town it was found necessary to cut it out While the wound la quite a pain ful one it is not seripus and Mr Hag n JIUOW walking Without a lirapr COMPLIMENTS 1J1quiSUfI Food For Vanity You Know j fjp Lot of A dyerIIS ih I1 Gourier ournalIJThe initial number of the Sunpub lished at Springfield by J Rogers Gore j made its appearance Wen It is a neatly printed eightpage paperft a fine lot of advertising for the first number The paper is Democratic in politics and will be issued weekly in the interest of Washington county Neat arid Newsy Paper i Lebanon Enterprise The firstnumber of The Springfield Sun reacKed us yesterday Editor Gore has started out witha neat ana newsypaper and5 as he isa good newsr papeirman his venturp ill doubtless berewArded with success ilJft i Springfitls Hiw Pipit Kentucky Standard i- jMr J Rogers Gore who at onetime was engaged in the newspaper business in Bardstown is nowyocated at Springfield where he is piiishing the Sun the first issue f lfthis before usi The paper is ade treriiely bright and newsy sheet well arranged in shorp strictly uptodatei Mr Gore is a tclass newspaper man and we wish him success in his new field of labor I Rogers Goras Ntw PapirV Nelson Record1 J i thd first number of tneSpnngfi Sun published at Springfield Ky owned and edited by J Rogers Gore an able writer and wellknown and popular newspaper man has rejached our office eight pages in size chucked full of news nicely served Theadvertisers up there know a gqod thing and pat ronize the paper well The Sun is a toWashingtondays and Rogers Gore s blTfull oT 3un shine and happiness Much Appreciated rSpringfield NewsLeader The Sun the new for Spring field made it appearance yesterday morning It is ari eight page ixcol umn paper and is exceedingly well gotten upJ RogerS Gore the editor is a good newspaper man anda clever gentleman and we trust that the people of Spr gfield and Washington county will by their patronage make the field a profitable one fpr both papersV Roger Gores New Paper Elizabe ll own MirrorV The Springfield Sun a new eight page six column Democratic weekly publication at Springfield Ky made its appearance oh our exchange table thi w k1t1r J Rogers Gorethe bright ypung newspaperman formerly of Hodgenville is theV editor and publisher of The Sun which we hope will shine long in the homes of the people of Washington county arid may their hearts be waimed by its bright rays to such an extent that they willopen their pocketbooks arid give to The Sun the financial assistance which the first O O1OOO QOOO r THE FIRST I Nationat Bank I- IOf 0 O SPRINGFIELDy KENTUCKY O 0 4 W 0 CAfPlTAL1 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 2socx 00 OFFICERS O 0 BL Lltsey President S S John Wi Lewis Vic Prelldent 0- aV AC McElroy Cashier jjS 1 Cain Atwt Cashier S R E Foster Bookkeeper d DIREC1OB8 B f L Litsey JW LewisVS SLdtio en P 31 Campbell on aMGrundjv 1 We every favor consistent aS with saf g If you not aire In account With this a bank w te your patronage c Q I ot asp k VVQes1rVeMrnewspapermen we know and The Sun is one of the cleanest and neatest papers that comes to the office The first issue is a model loaded down with righ1 editorials crisp local news and Mt but not least numerous well dis played and tasty advertisements PerusedWith Much Pleasure rMarlQbFa conj oVThej first copy of the Springfield Kyr Sun arrived at our office yesterday and we perused it with much pleasure Mr JRgersG r the Editor and Pub lisher has reason to be proud of the first number of his new paper It is a sixcolumn eightpage paper full of interesting reading matter and if the good people of our sister county Wash ington desire a good Journal in their rhidsr they should comelto Mr Gores aid and give him the rth sq well deserves Heres hoping that many anniversaries will roll around r to The Sun and each will bring with it rim provements that its rays may shine brightly upon theV people within Teach of its influenceV- i 1VV1 We Will Keep ItUpf 04 Kentucky Advocate e first issue ofV The Springfield Sun published arid edited by J R Gore has just reached this office It is an exceptionally bpght and newsy paper typographically correct and uP t late keepsJpof the PaP1isassured Prize Questions The Sun is going to give twb prizes for correct answers to the following questiops To the person sending in t first correct answer we will give a nice book and for the second correct jmswer a pretty picture J Lj At what price can yoiibuy the best calicoes VTt2 What advertiser says You want cakeV f 3 Whatis it thata farmer cannot afford tovdo without 4 Who asks you to tell your neigh bor where you can find a bargain 5 ln what way can you say I hate aw correctly 6 Who adviseS you to watch your watchV7 Where can you buy butter molds at 5c and and steel frying pans at lOc 8 Where can you buy three cakes ot Fairbanks Fairy soap for IQc 9 What merchant offers to sell you a pair of mens or ladies shoes for1 10 In what way can you get an Ocean of ComfortVV What merchant advertises Level Best shoes for boys 11L Who sayswe dontbuy anything but the best beef attlbV13 What brandj oftaxes is guaran teed l4 What firm wjints you to try a gaflonV VI15 Whq is jtofrerst curerhisfits 16Vhosays 40ur reputation is at stake 17 What merchant makes the start ling announcement that there is geing to be hanging 18 Whose business was established in188VglissesfUr20V Where can you buy gingham at flcayardV 21 At what can yo buy winter lap robes and Cleaver Horse Blan ketsVmoneybuyparlorki24 Who advertises Santa Clause headquarters at his store 1 All answers to the above questions will be found in this issue of The Sun When they are received at this office they will be placed in a IJox and the first two correct answers drawn from the box will be entitled to the prizes t Answers must be enclosed in sealed envelope and addressed to The Prize Editor Sun Springfield Ky None will be received after the nootl mail Tues clay Death oMt Leachman The people of Springfield and vicinity were much grieved on last Monday morning when news wasfeceived hereof the death of Mrs Imelda Leachmah rat the home of her daughter Mrs Jnq Hill in Lebanon where she was visit ingv Mrs Leachman was one of the most loved and honored women in the county and her death is not only mourned by ctqse friends and relatives but by all of those who knew her beau tiful life Mrs Leachman contracted pneumonia about tvo weelsago arid4 from the be ginning the disease preyed heavily uPon her delicate constitution Ailth t skIlled physicians and loving hands could do to arrest the disease was resorted to but to no avail T She was 61 years of age having been born at this place Sept 20 1843 In 1865 she was married to Mr Stephen B Leachman who died about twenty one years ago To this union five children were born four of whom are now living They are Mrs Jn67 Hill of L bnonand Miss Lizzie and Messrs Walter E and William Lea lunanof this place Hundreds of friends here and elsewhere extend condolence to these who mourn the departure 64 a lovable Christian mother She was devoted to her children she wis their companion SHe was alight to their pathway she was their advisor and comfQrter and by all of her beautiful characteristics had endeared herself to them in a way which makes the parting an unusually sadoneVMrs Leachman was a conscientious member of the Catholic church at this place She was one of its strongest and most valuable members and she will be greatly missed by the congre galion She was ever ready to admin ister to the sick she waS charitable toward all and never lost an opportunity to lend a helping hand to the poor and afflicted Funierajjservices will be conducted at the Cath i h4h WtIiS nbmi at 10 oclock by Rev Hennesey after which the body wills be laid to rest in St Domjnies cemetery TRAGiC DEATH 1 4Of Mr WnvSitfale formeriyrdf This County r atWaynesYile31l K IV A fThefdenqdrelat 4 f Mr Wi iiS Halewhd resided in this county were greatly on last MOnday when3 telegram waireI ce edannoun inglthathe had met death tn a most manner The circumstances are about as follows Mr Hale was driving a twohorse team and having a very heavy load was walking alongside the wagon when a heavy boxliellfrom the top striking him 5n the head and crushing him to the earth When this occurred the horses became frighten Land ran A number of school children seeing the runaway team instigated a search for the driver Quite a little distance from where they saw the horses pass they found the unfortunate man with the box resting upon his head They af once notified some older persons who hurried to the scene Upon examina tion it was f9und that Mr Hales neck ljad been broken bides his head was frightfully crushed The deceased was well known in Washington county where he has many friends and relatives he having left this county about ten years ago with his family locating at aesvi1le I1L Mr Hide leaves a wife and one child to mounTthe loss bf a devoted husband and father to whom hundredS of friends here and in Illinois extend the 1Theyears old His parents live near lath am Springs His wife was aMiss Bertha Shirley of Willisburg The remains were brought to this place last Thursday and were interred in the cemetery at Willisburg the fol lowmg day Mr Hale was a member of the Christian church and was an exceptionally good iMnV r Mrs Hale left Mon morning for Waynesville Dh where he will reside Are YOU Looking for Presents w rMrf W E Leachman the Furniture man basan advertisement in this isue in whfch he gives a long list of article guitable for Christmas prices are low his goods PreSPIand there will be ho tiing what yptt want 0 stock He adyerta aielrugs atyour own prie t r 1 k- uu jr t 8 pale 4usssit- tq CALEB POWERS Given a New TriaLCourtof AppMfcPjl Jservest Frankfort Ky Dec 6Theof ppea1s today reversed the jmeht of the Scott Circuit Court tbe base of Caleb Powers the ti times convicted Goebel murder con ator and remanded his case bra fc trial Four separate opinions were liyered by the is even Judge In dition to the majority opinion by JudP Barker that Judge delivered asepantter opinion Judge CReardeKerVed another opinion andJudgePaynter deliveed a byJudgesThe judgmentofrevfejdkconcurred in by Judges Barker Settle oReand Biirnam four of the seven Judges Death of Mrs CrMke Mrs Mary Etta Croake died at Modayeingof which disease she had iasufrerBC for a number of years D atlt Wbeen expected for several days and while it came as no surprise to tboee who were watching at the bedwtfe the shock was a severe one to her chiWrea and loved ones who had spent so ouaqr years under the pleasant mfioeaeM ofa dev ted mother and relative Mrs Croake was sixQreht JiaiJ old and had been a devout memberof the New Hope Baptist church formcay years from which church th fuMUil will take place this morning at 19 oclock The funeral discoarae wilt be preached by the pastor Rrr Mr Burns after which the witt bJj terred in the cemetery at thjit JMrs Croake leaves oliverCreakandie nft was the mother of Sheriff Byron Cro eand withthe exception ofSheriff Croake who resides here and Mrs Louis rain ilton of Fredrickstown all bf he children resided at Croakes Statioa i Mrs Croake was an aunt of Dr G 3C Shaunty of Springfield who wasahaoct constantly at her bedside during ths last few days of her illness She WM also a cousin of County Judge Litsey Mrs Croake was born reared lived and diedat herold home atCroak esSta tion and toi this community her death will be a severe loss She was kaad tq the suffering charitable to a praY degree and Was ever ready to helping hand to those who were nPS of help She was a devoted wii kind and loving mother and ageexoo and obliging neighbor Her Christian character was beMti ful and she was never happier than when she was working to promote tie interests of her chnrch When dtatk kisses down the eyelids of a wiaiia lNton1tsaidgone away The Sun togetlier with hundreds of friends extends tM deep i est sympathy to those who area a bereaved Two AdvertheMeMs Mr P J Thomas has two adT ments in this issue He offers s bargains in overshoes that win ixtef you Mr Thomas believes in adv ing and wants yov to watdt Thpmas bargains OOOO OOOOS Q ic J1 Haydon LEAINI V4PIIARMCISTL IV EsfaMIsM ONEOfNICOMISa- V J 0V0Q5 tionaarecafulycot tQutoft I JI J BAIY SP I 1IiT7 I 4 leleelI The ISparrowAnd Owl LITTLE BIRDS WITH Bio EYES AND OPEN EARS 8 1SIISI44l s 1SSIS Ss S SSS9 THE SPARROW I overheard a party of Springfield iris talking a few days ago about Christmas presents One of them expects a diamond ring from fa fellow who lives in another town She said to her companions that she was sure it would cost him at leflst85 whereupon all of them with theexception oj one said puff ectly delightful The girl who refrained from giving utterance to the above feminine expression interrogated instead But she asked vwherfe will he gettha money iVAh och exclaimed from his papa of urse t 000 I was up to see Judge Tasker last weekand while there I asked him for few mbshe replied that a man named Roosevelt got all of em The Judge said something aboutafHill he had to get over before win and that after tie had gotten into the yace he soon found that the Hill was too rough fos him ooo Lovemay be thegaeatest thing In the world It would be foolish for an English Sparrow to dispute that fiiJs cause many men and women in the tld havetried it and pronounce if EAT But permit me to say thattr here true friendship is thtWin sister love There are few things more sautiful True friendship is like a trail of sunshinfe across the blue heav ens Some people may say that friendship and love are the same In this I beJieve they are mistaken I have known some exceedingly selfish lovers but I have never known a true friend to prove selfish For example let me say that a girl may dearly jbve her mother and at the same time pe will ing to lounge around read cheap love stories and doze while her mother cooks dinner and washes the dishes If this girls love could be divided mak onehalf friendship the other half love she would go tp the kitchen each day arid assist the mother If you have a true frind he or she delights in seeing your tasks made easy Frequently Jccrs trahrrel but friends seldom do Bfcten a bW who loves his father will do things which he knows will hurt the father but he is always guarded lest he wound the feelings of a good friend So you see love ond friesdship ought to be mixed 000 The Scientific American says that mosquitoes are destroying English Sparrows Of course J doiit believe a word of it The thoughtofa little old insignificant mosquito doing me is re pulsive The idea is preposterous i have svraTlowed ten mosquitoes many a time for my breakfast Q I have received letter from a wo kn who lives at Spripgfield asking to sajrsoihething about husbands staying out so late at nighLThis husinessis out of my line Mowver I have turned the letter Vfirtothe Owl who will probably investigate theL matter J andlinpls business but this is done in order to satisfy his appetite and not for the purpose of injuring the person to whom the apple belongs But there are hundreds of people who get their bills into ther peoples business for the purpose of doing them an injury Whenever man undertakes to attend to your busi j ness he is not doingit through kindness Jark that down and remember it He 5 doing it to injure you and you should 1is ten to teach him the lesson fhat He who attends to his mon business is vise but be who attends to your bus ness is viery much otherwise j i jp THEdWL jiHenry Stillwell shot a thief in hiI- chickeirhouse a few nights ago and the owljYhicntip wmgs also had a steel trap fastened tone of his legs The owl had evidently been mischief in someone elses hen roost and came off With the trap fasted to ntyHI The Owl mentioned above was an uncle of mmethe only black sheep in our family He has been a kleptoriia niac for a great many years aria his getting into this little trouble over at Attilla is jno surprise tame About one year ago he reformed for several day after having eaten an old rooster that had the cholera 000 I have vitndseda great many things during the past week I will report some of them but if every thing I have 4een and heard were to appear in print plite4Statnot care tJut the Governmentt this expercle 1 HOoo r A few nignis ago T hearsa jVnien tell her ifiusband he was entirfely too frisky dnd that he must quit smiling ati the girls Andhe argued that he pos sessed a smiling disposition t ooo- Thman i who tried to throw red pepper In nyeesis spottedand tie mky soon be arrested for some of his rhean ness j The Selection of a Farm lf 4 While all of the soil of the wjest and northvest Was wben first broken up for cultivation eilsuppliqdwlLtb fer todayIvast difference in the value ofj farms Some soils have WOrn better than Both rsThe light soils with gravel sub j soils along the river the gravellfy hUls the acutely rolling clay land once timbered all shOw the effect k f wear and tear resulting from cojatiiftied cropping anti erosion by tile olemeuts It may be said that tljiis class fif lunds will not with average cultivation pro duce onehalf the crop of thIrty or fort years ago In buying or feven In the mutter of rentlng not sum ient at tentlon is paid to this fact W do not think that we overstate the case when we say that such land isredlly not worth onehalf as much as land thatl is rich fertile and unworn As between sue a farm and One regarded as wet we should choose the lqtt r every time for it is easier and will jost less to drdhi a fertile soIlthan restore fefV tility to a semibarren one It Is a curious fact that In fixIng the lalue of land no attention seems tp be paid to this very vital and important matter the wornout river farm commanding as- mtichasaud oftenmireper acre thaji plateausbetween owouldbemeans practically the difference be teen one and two tons of liajy totIe acre twent3live and fifty bujshelspf corii twenty and forty of oats and bnerlialf difference Jtt the matter of pasturage STThe sixyearrold son of TTjSmith of Willow Groye Tenn was killed by a cocKl burr in his windpipe 1I Boots and Shoes1 I Our line of Boots and Shoes is complete in ev ryrespectand we aref prepared togive the trade some extraordinary Da ams in Hnjes J honest Mike Boots and Smash r Boots are I the best brands 1rA Complete line of Felt Boots at Low Prices J 1 35OEclipse and Royal Blue Shoes have no Superior Buy your boy a pair of our Level Best School Sh esVi Complete line of Rubbers for Men Women and Children 1 Grundy Claybrook Mclntire f RINGFIELDi KENTUCKY r 1 SCHOOLJ TEA CHERS Have Many Plans Mapped Out For Them By Radical PersonsWho Know Little Abbut Teaching Ci Professional promoters of education and friends of the schools outside of the ranks of protesslopal workers are occasionally moved to exploit views which arc at least novel if not radical The idea iUehlnd these views is that a shaking up is a good tiling for teachers to keep them from getting Into ruts Keeently It was atllrineu that women are less competent than men to train boys In manllness and courage The pros and cons in this discussion were suggest4 e and ddubtJess heIPfulj like most discussions uu good faith Decently the ideal forta model niodenj tejaclier has been out lined He must be up to date in eygry ertWleigauleslUusr be a church member in terest himself in Ideal public affairs be magnetic a society man and geu erally get out of the beaten tracks of old time pedagogism and at the same lime command respect and obedience in tlje class rooiu JJThe idea of wlat a scbeol education should tdo for the iuhhSli11irgl with the times Lil1iiln the three Its Is no longer the jIrT qua n ijn Perhaps the Increase acollege bred men and women in tUe coujmunlty ere ates a demand for sclioot training which shall mold character and man ners Jls well as drill the mind In book lore A teacher wfeldska vast Inifu ence and stands next to the parent if not ahead In the young and growiug mild Up to date i1etsIJq manners are essentials if the teacher would hold the lasting respect of those whom authority places under hlsoi her lead ersldp At the same time tile primary Idciiofa school is a IlflC forles80nSj and generally the brighter scholars have an influence un on the mass These scholars deihand that the teach er shall be capable at the desk afiu never at alossln p tp date kuoVJ edge The teacher must lJea peda gogue or 16se Aground To hold the teacher Of fyie past up to ridicule in compatinghe old school with the nev- is unfalrjih the sense that formerly the compensation was too how to in duce the jjcst talent to devote a lIfe- tIme to teaching This phase his hap pity changed The profession Js fairly well paid Recently four employees in the civil Service of a metropolitan city resigned their places ranging in salary from 1500 to 250Cha year to take positions In schools Perhaps they had natural aptitude for schopjsvprk btt the incident shows that the prof essij u of teaching is no longer used asSTi stepping stohe merely but is a fleldTor ambition and enterprise This Is as 1t should be to hold In the ranksthe fully up to date man especially The more up to date lie Is the higher will tie his aspirations for his own welfare He must be human we are told Itewould become d factor in the com DuI ty and If he jsihathe will reflect the characteristics of the people among whom he labor The teacher 6f the past was to a certain extent a martyr to the cause of education a situation that would be unfair with the modern idea of the school Russia A Menace =Long before Napoleons day RUlc- as looked upon as a menace 16 the peace of Europe It was Jn heII1t of humbling her and earning thEvgratf tude of nations that the Corsieah launched forth in the campaign ohl8l2Y The Muscovite ambition in the far east has long drawn the full resources of the nation In that direction but subuld Russia be permanently rcheckeil there and thrown back upon Siberia it Is scarcely believable that sin will told tier hands for good It wouldbe but natural that she would reconstruct her military and then look for ne conqriesrts possibly on the borders or EurOpei ii Air sailing may be only a dream but It is a very persistent one and It can be said that steady progress is being made While the Interest qf the gen eral public in the tests made is center ed In the features otalryblPsfake improve upon their fallURes Sc tar theAm tiCl Fare os near a solition as tiny ofvjhe foreign engineers TEXAS The Springfield Sun made its appear ance last Wednesday morning inour Lone Star village before half of the inhabitants hull risen from their nights slumbers and its Xray light shore so brightly that their eyes were opened with wonder and every reader has expressed his highest praises that the county arid every reader of newspapers have got something that they nee J1na ide awake v- Hdgkijiing is the order of the week and jivery reader ofThe Sun willhave an open door for the editor and his = i t1 I Theres an Ocean of Comfort 11 in the SMOKE fa i 4rt IpIt The Finest HandMade F Cigars = L J 1 j 1 f Wi They are Mild and PureVISmoke oreyou will smokeanother and thus you i will GET IN THE iit r THEBRANDS i jl cJ If yoii have trcJuble in Cigar to suit you ask your v or qny one of the LAKE BRANDS Thousands of 1people praise t iese cigars Thef are made to please the 5r p and hqir isno better indication that the people- S being pleased than to note the immense number of or J5ders Wfiiqh are being daily eceiedtJ 1 B1 D Mnfg Springfield Ky m b1 I ThbVTHE THwxEsBITcoMPlIc4TIoxeharry KjThaw of Pittsburgh brother of Ciiinte of Yarmoutli has attracted a good uimd br hi rt cent doiiif8i He lately Hrriyed from Eropewith Miss Eyelyn JJeibif to w blea supposed to have hen njarried They went to a New uffect thrtj Mn Tbw nlauvea ban cut off hu allpwauoa of 75000 a yearI 1 j staff to come out and eat backbone sausage and spareribs Mr James Murphys child is very low with typhoid fever Col li E Whayne has returned frbui Gravel Switch Marion county where lIle conducted the sale of S T Wilson goodI1thtsaICS One Jersey nilch cow d work mare 225 1 sow arid sibplg 1950 tsow Si75 farm fingmwem ts sald4ow i Vott Selling j Last Saturdays primnr election vievVed as a vote market w snot us telIa candidate cm be approached by a can didate and sell their votes is rapidly increasing and It is not an unusual sight in recent years to witness a man selling his vote to the highest bidder just the same as if it were not a dis honorable act If the law against vote selling could be once enfoeced it would do more to raise the avera plane of citizenship and to dignify the right of suffrage thanf anything else It is neededbut we will never get it LaRue Qoun Herald The body of Peter Nissjrtwho attempted to cross take Mi higan in his balloon boat known as Fool Kifler No3 was found on the tch near tevensvifle Mich It was vrashed ashore during the night and bore traces of the suffering the n vigator under went the hands and fAe bei9kfrQzen The Birmingham Commercial Club has invited Prc t Roosevelt tof visit the city LakeNo 1 ISi1 peztoy f CC M Chordr Kentuckian Bona Flrnfrt iTolwccos f LI tOeinia 4dealer are j When The Cold Day Cpmts if Atlanta Colistitutibn When the cold day homes along with its al t You were rnnEr the pastures the daisies to throng But whenyou knew those partures you were hunting for the glooms Though the were honey in a holidnY9fblooms1 world O0d people 1Ncversatisfied at all With the raises of the springtime Or the gold leaves of the fall When you own the whole plantation there is trouble at the door If you cornered all creation youd be poorYoudthe landscape if you ever took yoprstand Arid saw the beauty of the ancient promised land Strange world believers Never satisfied at all When youre in the summer garden v Or the golden grqves of fall Dont you thinkMf once in heaven with I the good folk you should meet JToud expect to all lead you to very highest seat And then in perfect safety find lots of fault and frown If the very brightest jewels were not given for your crownl Strange world believers Never satisfied at all Jf youre living in the hover Ort master of the hall Residence Burned A residence belonging to Mrs Emma Smith near Lebanon was destroyed by fire last Wednesday The loss is esti mad to be about 2000 Enoch Sloan of Pike county Kentucky returned home jn an intoxicated Condition killed his wife and four small children and then turned the Revolver on himself sendinga bullet thoough his heartI It 1Lei- tmLChordClear Hwrana f G IIJII LAKE quItFhey i Whiskey 47 Years OW t Nelson Record f jicksburgof whisky made by his father in 185T This bottlewas presented to him byfMrs P S Barber of aardsto whose husband had bought from the ejder Mr Hamilton two barrels of the same whiskey In those gays nearly every farmer ofany consequence made PIbis Own whiskey andwas satisfied to from two and a half to three gal Ions to the busheL Tile stiThin which this particular whiskey was made turn tnptbecomes highly cultivated in newspa per people we should very much liKe to know yes very much indeedi Afflicted WithCarhwcls i 7 rKentucky Standard Mr Edward Beam who resides sey feral miles east of Bardstown has suf fered greatly it the past several months frpm carbuncles Ie has up to this time been afflicted with twelve of the painful sores lof very large size and is unable to leave the house Mr Ream is advanced in ears and is one ofT thebest knowncitizens of Nelson coun tyL He has the sympathy of his nia1x friends in his suffrings- Married At lardsitwii Mr J Smith Barlow and Miss Mary Louise Smith were married at 4he Baptist church in Bardstown last Thursdays Mr Barlow is a prominent attorney at I the Bardstown bar while his bride is a popular young society woman of Bards tr townSYoungtvrheat all over Ohio is rfeport ed badly damaged by the dropg troooooooooocooqcoooooooooop cooooocKxxxx oobQoopboooopak KellyCoMeat SPRINGFIELD c9rUtrOffer to the ttade at all times IIf The Best Fresh and 3 L Cured AFeats ft J We do not buy anything but the best Beef Cattle Etc therefore we are prepared to give to the trthe best of meats J Oaft p QQ e l p 40eOQ Tii 0808 os Q 8 QCQeQ eril r- tL a Clubbing Rates l P C FOR J905 j I J TJlESPRINGFfELD SUNjand Ti IX ctl n I You will t t Save a J Money n By selecting t your winter reading n matter n from The n Suns Club 1ri bind list- i cf1R Ky iitr t l Train Strike Team Killing Two Horses and Seriously Injuring Two Boys Lebanon Enterprise a team of horses driven by Lucien and John Bi Isaacs sonar of Shelby Isaacsr at acrossing near Asbury Chapel this county killing both horses instantly and seriously injuring theb6ys The horses fwereon the track when the train truck 1 them and the shock great thai the wagon and the boys were thrown t against a cattle guard nearj by John B Iaacs one j the boys was seriously injured qn the back and J fears of his recovery are entertained The engine left the track and ran ajJ great distance pn the ties before the train to a stand jstill At this point there is grade r COld Cincinnati Enquirer Everybody is of colds just now I think the cause is thai people keep their houses to hot and dress to the temperaturei i Men seldom vary their press women are cbnstantly changing fro and heavy boas round the throat Then jthey in warm rooms with big fires and gp out perhaps in thesame cloth they we r i Sleeping with the window open and bathing the chest every morning witik jcold water are admirable pre ientives of Scold and putting on a wrap jvhen leav ing a warm room is also g A cold atmosphere nfever ves cold jit is the o ture so Ladies colds I arise often from lth0 pactice of drinking and paying call s during the afternoon j and also fronh l Bryan Week Week T HeraRL1 TtoS Nash lIe American j j50 ivnj ikiaix i xunainuiiun Semi Weekly St Louis Republic 1J75 p a Homeand Farm kIdpiiuniiist i iOU A Country Gentlemant t 2b0 Farm land Fireside s 1135 Magazine i 285 1 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers V J35itiunn1SOunt 50 g l Address The Sun j SpringfieId t nLehnnn 1e nnq ri ti n o J SERIOUS ACCIDENT ThenorthbondPassegnertrainstruck was so violently wasbrought aheavyn t Catching V cdmplaining indifferently exfposesit j indoors perpettIj11changes temppL tea ptiIItfeeTDemocrat 1Y6rkWorIdlf75 fiAmelPn oreed nReLippificotts I 1Ledgerh07j IIt n j sitting in clubs in their outdoor gar ments Latterly thech arus of incessantcough sj istmg s Infectious f1 i Funny olitlcsi r Nelson l c rdJw Over in BUllittj county the twoca didates for the Democratic nomination for County Judge have made and signed an agreement to the effect thai neitherof them tillusm one or whisky to influence tepnor consent tq their riendsuse of money orj whisky for them nor cpnsider themselves in de ted to any person who goes to ex speciestoand selfrespecting man must commend lofelthesuch actions necessary IJarnBurnedJ itr 1 JJNe on Record A barn belonging to the sons JOf Mra G rgeAshbau h on their plaice in they High Grove neighborhood caught fire early yesterda morning from some cause not4t k own and was Entirely destroyed with all its contents Six hundred bushels of corn 100 tivn h of ldtotimfarming implements were etryed Fortunately at the time all their stock ri men being hack utinsurance The monthly statement of the public 265 for Yrcrremherthe ex penditures exce4ding the receipts of the Government during the month 4120670 was an indreaS of 3416924 intna Tonal 4apk circulation during the mont T I1 rCount Peter is Russian Am basadaifcto Austria is dead i F4 IouNeed Dishes I lam selling mjt stock ot dishes out at cost antic H1 sequentl3 I am ffeasomeYlicr bargains in thife Tline T f It Aft er YOUi ave Boughtvices lfr I The dishes I can sell you groc ipies at F lr line knhft together with all deli cies ket at my store ttar t1 Try McElrofs Speciai Roasted Coffee f 1ftfr tpettffctfs4fe ree fl CtL tC CCC I Three Cakes of Fairbanks Fairy Soap I0c Three Cakes of Fairbauks Glycerine Tar Soap JOltIJ 1rEErPrEtEfr irEcEar FE Et atcrc rc c 1 c I StateFullCcrctcC use it ever afterward J t r 1 1RVINEMcELROY Springfield Ky r iIs11IYtIj l j tI1 t J i t J RUSSIAN OFFICER 1 Makes a Misejabfe Failure To Drive the Japs inidtheSea The 1nppolntmeiit of Genqral Kuro patkln to the position of commander In ciiicf oltheurmiesln the far east taut b04akonby the outside world aa a government indorsement of his policy in Innchiiria That policy bi1spuz jzled niilitary men who have tried th events of the caniifargn since General Iiuropatliuannotiucel tp his army and to the ivorlcljthat tilt Japanese tiyere to be ilrlvph inio the sea It wris natujral ly supposed that if hpfelt string enough to accouiplislL that teat even at the end of a yeat Iris Qlst move would bts to march to the relief of Port Arthur A very weak attempt to doJo uiy made ltc the command of Gehl rah Stakelb rJwith a force or 1400 Ihienfter one battle of six hones duration Stakellierg retreated Ne chwang was given upi vithout a striugle and the passes from Feng Avangcheng to Lhtoyang were but weakly d fended At Lijioyang the Uussians rou ht for the last time In the coin pal n with a determination that recall d Sevastopol and Plevna l rom the presence of an enemy badly bit terel Kiiropatkln retreated then It h gun to be surmised that the work cut lout for him at the start was t1t defense ot Manchuria with as much esideSonshecouislfel undertake the way ofa diversion for the relief of General Stoessers garrison or forcing the Japs to recross the Yalu At the first glance defense of Manchuria north ofMukden seems a small inatterjfor smUluerrrvien of the fact that she was ostensl bly prepared all long g r lnc WOO to do Jiat very thing and a vast deal be sits But itseems that her preplara tioi vas a sham By reading the lines of the official r ixorts an ina ilfestoes from St Petersburgjand aft r Diking due allowance for the ex ag orations of correspondents atf the Vitro it it appears that Russias Manchuria t army as it existed three tndnths agci was sadly demoralized In its SOl nel and unfit to be depended vPo for an aggressive campaign Evidently tlu Duke Boris Incident was not ail iso latd case Many of the gtifFersever e xof the Boris type of soldier devoted to dissipaUoa rather than fighting The comnion soldfer Tins no faith toiiicomi pe entleideis and will not stand fight unjyr thorn There has bjcen much during the past three mouths to sl jrai tae conclusion tha1turotki1 hau rio efficient weapon to ght lthf and tint in place of making in tho ask for him at the stahllet su ceeded in that he lias held the ei emy back while he was weeding out hij poor materialand in general recon sit ctlng his army r Holiday Decorations TJi se are the mosf time acid the nio t handsome of all l11It1 arils docoratjons says the Tribune Th doorway into the shin Ing room nay be iruusfotp1u1w tb a long rOpe of evergrceiisuand some lolly berries Ther may be drtped j 010111 the gongmflul perhaps ea Tied over the framework of a nvindbw and brought down to the Mge of u nut ntel pSecec Tho Other end will perhnrs be looped backand brought over rasa tl1oJilion i From another dora also dr ipoa vith hemlock rope suspend n Cl rist uias bell of holly with mistletoe for a clapper which will Involve nmnr en crtalnlng complications during tli festal day A mane fish net tacked along th tittbrulhev f of laurel iiiid c Hlai becomes churn lug Wreaths of laurel hull holly tied kvlth thowindoWithe knocker when there s n kuockor is delight fuh J ihliJo1 ft oil Jl1leJltiblong1thloH I A Nnrcniburg Christnias fr a distinct beauty vbii a jiirlstmas efs Ing room Or at a child rCliH table It Is math t5f stiff green ire Covered with green and conies n a wooden pot and inoasuroH three feel or J less It Is a bhize of c Ughtini iudcan clieCltuI11r d fiackeil auAsy iUid ise n siiiiro live ClirIsiniases f ciFrom notf i ujitil Dec ftwe willsend Weekly Courier Journal a Springfield vv Sun to nr address one year for I125 t tfa I Farm Notesj l BY J S TRI GG v The Ledge proposition as a substitute for wire fences is north of lati tude 42 at least a failure 3 Introro the eastwftli Nerj great Its Tire ininieiise amount canned fruit coonlug the lIlrnulml for the CaliCornia dried fruitsiApples which weigh a pound and- over and potatoes which run Dyer two pounds are seldom worth en ting Ex treme size is alb post ahvay obtained at the expense of quality There Is so much cotton to pick and Jhe pripe is so good their the jthtnteiS fjitlicring tlitiir eroff py tilt aid of lanterns at night so as to be hble to get it to market before 41ie price falls The women of Texas can make su much money assisting in theLlU and the gathering of the cotton crop that they are neglecting their poultry and eggs for home consumption have doubled in price Those Value farmers know how to 4irisu Vot tO cute JIKIIU this Lveur get jtjng too barrels of three bushels each ifrom uceuty the acres of land or 441 exlfiaiitshowt cotnen80m money During tlje last week in October there was a spread of 435 between the still lug price tt1e best and the poorest steers on Chicago market more titan weh ever before noted It renres concrete form the production profit end 1e connected with beef The s had it all fifteen years ago The products of the country were prairiedOklahoma i roducts llncludmg corn wheat broom corn cotton tioiir anti fruits gaylj decorated were sent to tilt east torn Oklahoma for the pur pose of advei flying the Resources of the territory Without doUbt itJs one of regionsnifr Harrison lives near Darlington England lie forms 200 acres of land which lJS acres are in grass Dur lug the past fifteen years his sole alai has been to raise the very best cattle succeededientythree champion prizes 042 first prizes and 12T secojid prizes at the British cattle shows The money value of these prizes has b en 34SGO while the animals winning have been sold at very long prices The foregoing shoes what a umjl uuCI0 uuhenlie sets out to dio Bonicrliing y has been a mooted question for a tine wjiether corn silage could be usodJn the production of TIIt A recent experiment iit the Ten tattori shows that sixteen steers a period of lO days with from to forty pountm of silage each and three and onehalf pounds of cot ton seed and corn cob meat made gain tit 337 pound each While another lot fed on ahreddeti corn wider iu place of silage WitH the pa me grain ration made a Fuel ofGtJ pounds These figures are large eiibugh to rib cite serious doubt nsltd the fo ctne jor the bulletin X 891 The rapid Increase tin the number crows Jn the older nettled portions of the country is rather rcWar able con slderlng that they rarely raise more than one brood in a year anti not many inla broad They are doultloHs u very rfong lived bird and steal possessed o a native sagacity wlilch cuitblestlieli aei k mpt of man to destroy thorn Tiiey peste1ltlul during the pnxt wo Seasons havij boon making system lent raids qii the corn wiion It gets into thi milk Tine lleyt way to drive then l nett ofa locality nlghtei ite iciasl ireof the state of lea e n reursn ago appropriated the sum oriOO to bo paid as jbOunty on port I scalps this little beast being sup lpoyttl to dp much InjJuryto the plife1- forests of that suite The bounty was fo lit 13 cents per scalp At tilt lust re tport th9S00WtS upod up tutu trio gnu ofjm000 more alias needed to pay tot tho scalps A couiity ina ure ttern State nlTJml ii bpuntjy on woalhuck j scalps and paid it U ltIJthe boUntie piffd run Into the thousands of dollars nn It sec nal as though the more chunks thor6 wart dostroyotl the footer tlu f molt ill eSL The sumo thing Ins been truo u f1OnIH tv reotrtrdi for ollr levntlon In its oflVtts upon plant 1I corrcspOns vory closoiy to lath Hor In the city of Quito Ecuador South Amorlra locatod alf most on the itiaforial line hut having an olovatioii of irOO foot it Is Injured n most dolliibVrn illnutto ono most povji tiial spring the oxtromps of 1lIyosir 20vOfoot OH tJio California jnountaiitj ontiroly clmh os thc kind of wifch may litstectssfully grnuvtiClis Vonltliy applo town in latltiido41de fiiQCA Is It slimmer fruit hut wioii growl iii if tltudcf44 or 4i degrees bo cojvos an rnple which inry bo kept throucli the rhiter with ease Rocause r y 44 t The Pleasure Of the Table Is greatly enhanced if you buy your groceries from our Pure Food St9ck Our stock is clean our Store is clean our prices lowT These arelthe inducements we offer to the trade Give tpT Sfi order tQdaj and if you nged anything tomorrow soul will order it from Hagans f 5c and lOc Counter IIWe have just received over 1500 useful articles for our five and ten cent counter Below we name a few SCCoat Hangers Vegetable Ladles Cake Turners Hand Bells Mouse Traps hi Ir Kitchen Spoons Butter l Butter Spades Lemon Squeezers Mirrors rs Bread Toasters Pie Plates CorkScrews TVegetable Egg Beaters Coffee Pot Stands Soap DisKes Boilers CqcpanUUpraters s Biscuit Cutters Dust Pans Pepper Boxes Flour Bo s r Dish lIoo Children s Mugs Shawl Straps Hamipers Flesh not our see the of the tiev rtcia lilt nnost apples are raised in the Pecos TalleyXew Heir an almost tropical sun This question of elevation Is a most hn portant one for all growers of fruit to t M aMT ZION v r 1 Top late for DImS A Bayne and son spent iMrs Wmi Mr S H Bishop aid wife of Spring field spent with H B Bonta family the Rev Maxwell his meht here Sunday Misses Eleanor and Mattie Hays of B Miss Grant Hays attriis place last JOetOil Stones Hammers Alligator Wrench Steel Frying Pans 10 Pin Racks Horse Brushes Hat Racks Meat Cleavers Lined Paris Asbestos Lined Griddles Asbestos Lined Omlet Pans 1 os Lined Jelly Pans ScrewDrivers Tea Bells s Frying Baskets Toasters Broilers Nicheled Towel Bars Nicheled Coffee Pots Waiters Nicholod 1rIu Combination ippdis Crumb Trays SJtarpenersClothes Towel Racks DippersSplash Pocket Books r SiftersWool You can appreciate line of Chinaware unless you it Handsome pieces at astonishingly tow prices jus things forChristmasM Hagan Brosil SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY consider lash eekfa John Thuisdarwith Snyder Thanksgijving and filled appoint gomfieldvisited week No1 Asbestos Nieholed c k Mrs Kate Williams visited Hr J P Dodson at Woodlawn last Tuesday Mrs Robert Graham has returned to her home in Owensboro after i pleas HayCIaudiatrjp to Smithville Hardin County NiwiMits The nominees of the Hardin county Democratic primary are as follow County Judge Cya Viers CoidT Clerk F G Corley County Attorney John Boyd Representative EL C Miller School Superintendent J LA Pf kenton Jailer Joe Williams Assessor Charles Bush Sheriff Geo Yates Surveyor D mpsey Conway Coroner Virgil White j f iNewxGoods iii Ii1 11 lj1Jf i W +lf KahcyjHpliday and Staplerdaily Call and see for yjourselves Qualityiand ttlV a are ROCK 1tIJI I have a few odds and ends in Mens and 4 SHOrs Ladies shoes at 100 former price 150 +Dont miss this chance to secure you a good winter shoe for a little 1ft m My line of Gloves is complete at jGL0VrSt f Prices fro n lOcto 120 tW andGROCERIEISPrunes Peaches Tfpar Seeted Raisers Current Dates Oranges l ppl s AVI cots Pineapple sad all lands Cande Kindly call and geL my prices I will treat you right Very Respectfully + f Thomjt1 k i tp I i r RINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY BSCRIPTIOtt ONE DOLLAR In Advance J lOGERS CORE Editor and Publisher itered at the postofiice at e1d Ky for transmission througnthe ills as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 3tooSiz3lonthsThree Months t esechangedalways JOUTiiliDEMOCRATIC TICKET COCXTY JUDGE B IiXitsey v MayetCpraClaybrookeSHERIFFj 8rr BtlShJAILERASSESSOR T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy CORONER J iL Montgomery Advertisers Offer Bargains The furnishing of news to subscribers is notthe only duty the i editor of a newspaper owes to hisread rs If hoe does this and nothing lse certainly his paper will not measure up to the ideal If he fails to warn hid readers when wa rning is necessary he be comes juilty oL a neglect of duty if he fails to advise them when he feels that he has advice that will be of help to them h4 again becomes ofa neglect of duty Perhaps there are hundreds ol thingswhich an editor can do c nd say which will be ben eficial t his subscribers and wq desire t pledge ourselves to ever be ont e alert in the interest of all of c ur readers We want to have h art to heart talks with them After a while we want to see them in their homes overthe county1 We want to know them as trot ul and honest anduP right ci izens and we most truly hope tl at after a while they will see the editor bf The Sun In the samelijjht We want to believe in ieoL w ewant them to believs in us This weekin fact every week we v rould like for our readers to lool through the advertising columns of the Sun Vecon scientiously believe it wilLbe to their i terests to do so EacL issue o The Sun will preen to thebu er numerous bargains ajid if our readers will watch the dr vertising columns closely we frel uParOdd Par or ChairsiU i2i50 and up Din ng Chairs lndSonie5 to 2 per- tj 5 gets a nice set certain that they will save quite ia nice little sum in the course of ia far Remember jthe adver wiser has bargains to offer you iff he dijd not have certainly he Jligh1f1cesgetslhold of them An eastern paper mkes a sug gestion and that tpoj in art earnest manner that the South cast herl electoral vote for President Roosevelt ip or er tpl more thoroughly reunite the North the South anH the Est jOf course this is JUst a bit of irisaneness on the part of this easter journalist etEast cast their 1vote for Judge Parker electil 4bene 6 lent action w inuchto w randmost desiredrecnciliafion of these t10nSj i jVtwo privates inthe German Army have been sentenced to live years in prison for preventing a armtfromsword This is a beautiful spec tacle to present toSrthe world If they send gallant men to prison in Germany for protecting women 11fromand i bljue blooded twe would suggest Ito the millionaires this UUU11L1J that instead of m rryin their daughters to the hbbilit3r number of t enlhave done that they wait till these two honorable convicts senejtHeir times inT prison then offer the hands of tljeir daughters to I1fgallant gentlemen men who will protect them frpm the slurs and attacks Jfcowardly curs The Elizabethtowh Mirror is growin bigger Last week it was enlarged from asix page to ari eight page paper Yates Richaranthe piroprietors an editprsj are in the top notch o country Journalism In words they l know how to make a papet faIrlybJpssom Every de artnent qf the irrqr is comps to and the owners have a right t6 be proud pf their paper The Japanese land ilussians ceased fighting long enough a few days ago toburryitheirdead An other Argument Hii favor of argilr trationj vs bullets as a means of settling disputes also a painful reminder that these 4 little un Your Wife Would- Appreciate A Kitchen cabinet SSito 10 pleasantnesses irith way of prs are very d ngerpaato life liberty and the pursuit pf happiness The JEHzabethtdwn News inti nates that whisky was used in the Democratic primary in Har din county to influence votes thtownrhas artiexgjellentsysteirt of water Works and it seems ia little stir pjrising that tlie candidates didnt use water as an argument armycanteeni inMefeiice oft Perhapsth General sdat the time ht cjoncluded the canteen vt zagood thing f r ijA New York man claims to ha5e inventedtn apparatus to fset broken neccs This ought too be a glorious bitof news for jthe football playeij f talkI4I1g about President Roosevelt r takingin the fairv In view of he fact that hkIn nearly fevpvtiing on November 8 last certainly nobody wIll O sect to his taking in little thing lik a Louisiana Purchase Exposi Ion 1 lij hDoJiiehas issued ar brdr that all msnV in Zion Qitj Mist wear beards and longhair conIrP racy man and the barer l The New YOlk Supreme Court ihas tendered e Parker twip commissionershp each paying ia salaVS of 6loooa year After rail J d gearOes not a loseru Mrs LuciGole w sess r of OWSIY count t seieded1election Usually ma re experts at ass s r made themselves thbijsbandsd cf11rf r dlIrs ole i Editor JohnBabbage Qfthei Gloverport News has thefollciw ing bn mules The muleis agreat animal He is jhaSyigortltivateirDore the News wants to mulesrStrength patience gQ dna tare let him proceed to hisrear and give his tail a turn or two iISomething ForThe home J- z r cotIj Chifio nears Buffets rrSide Boards Combination Book Cases Plain Book Cases Music Stands Parlor Cabinets Folding Beds j j 1 tvl t iI Large Line of Rugs a 11I Park r Tables inaHeexcellent Christmas heinicer for a lady friend than la tiaflfasome writmo desk Bit Assortment 5 to S15 t J j Buy your wife nice Dining Table 1 Handsome Tablesrsome of the prettiest you efter saw for 15 Qther blTas low as 450 J t i i here is not a more complete stock of furniturethlsside Of Louisville than mine J have any 1 Jthing you want ai lower prices than city prices t Call and seethe beautiful line ii l alter ELeachmanUThe Furniture ManY I itiJ i 81 Mte ar 0 Bargains rr One sale will bring us but little profit hundreds of little sales make hundreds of little profits lhq hundreds of little pro tsivWsatisf us fW glaa1 satisfy the ourIi the but come departmentJ J These Pricespeak For Themselves t= Gravy Boats r pricesjDinner Plates price Perne1 5cnow60C atvery cup and Saucregular prices per set 6Oc now 50c low prices i afc greatly reduced prices HoliHandsame t GROCERIES l tonotetheEverything fresh in Canned and a complete stock Nice line of the very best coffees lcotsaUjVe carry everything in the way of fancy groceries that market affords Cranberries lOc fer Quarts tbest Flake i Hominy Hominy Grits and Noihifrig but best quality Qf Dried Beans TOV FOR1 fHDIsTlVlJA We will carry rapleEe and handsome line of Toys The chil p1easedithMcElroyBrotS Springfield Ky Then truly he willr Old Beck in Uof his loveliness he hte has never seen itr he will lhearjSanta Clause Letters 7tvanttodo so through the columns of The Sun Send us your letters and we will gladly justswill be sure to see it in The Sun iMZl N The iesoJtn Methodist church ihve the pastor Rev Maxwell a large donation k liittle Miss Beatrice ShewmaHer is visiting Miss Ora Pinkston Miss Nora Bonta closed a very sUccess- ful fall term of school Friday After a nice treat her puMls presented beau tiful volume of Ejrjants Poems Increased His Ad Space Mr Harry 0 Nan increases his ad vertising space In this issue He advertises his entire stock of alsodtofware Read his prices Stock Sales T E Ballard boughtJof Sam Mont gomery one mare at Twyman sold one SOQ pound steer at SJc per pounds J T Mclntire bought of Jim Keene one sow and pigs pt 1050 Births 1 Born to the wife of Prof George Colvihon Dec 6th a girl Born the ifeof rtr Austin Clark nea town on SundDec 4 a girl rRtchardWalkera girl 1 HMcCluregaret Hazel QOctqttoi i sQQaKiOKt 1 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Direct9ri And Licensed Embalmer c SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY k Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Brlal Robes Telephone Day 18 Night 74 I I 11 e leoe peoe I el I ir If LARGE SHIPMENT Of Mules By the Messrs SimmsNine Carloads In Two WeeksMarket Dull Messrs R F and J F Simms have shipped during the past two weeks nine carloads of mules seven carloads hay ing gone to Atlanta and the other two to Illinois This is perhaps the largest shipment of mules ever made from this cpunty and that there has been a tall piece of hustling on the part of buyers These mules were bought in Washington and Nelson counties and were an exceptionally fine lot Mr HiJayBeU is now in Atlanta the Messrsi Simms with three carloads of teleagram from Mrl Bell stating that the mule market very dull and that the prices are dropping He says that this is due to the slump in cotton and that no improvements in the mule Market can be looked for until cotton takes on more lifeVThe Messrs Silmms are among the most extensive jmule in this section of the State Their rations are not confined alone to Washington buyaLieut Li tsey Coming Home The Sun has received a letter from We can pnly give you a few of our prices in this issue of paper when you to our store id every j Tinware J Goods the The Rice lgm Keene shows the for buyers He says that he will be at home the McINTIRE j This being the season of Adven we have little of a social nature to report Robert Corbettof Louisville is this week Clarence Newton of Louisville visiting his parents Mr and Mrs ford Newton of Cecilville Misif Prudie Nolly is on the sick list Misses Josie and Leona McLiHrfr were the guests of Miss Susie Keene very sick for several weeks and who istnow in the Lebanon hospital where vunderwent a very painful operation we are glad to report is much improved at this writing Mesdames Cassie Wright and C S Smock of the Hardins Creek nek h- borhood passed through our town oat Friday last on their return from a to friends at Maud Mr Nick Willett and wife after a pleasant visit to the formers brother The land saTe of Mrsi Susie vCorbett t purchased by T F Kidwell at 1328 t 1 Large 1 at My tduring the I will carry a full line of fresh candies nuts fruits etc for this f holiday trade if10 CENTS bargainsi IFtdaysleave hereI ftheirMMiss Visitr ihavereturned attendedThe Little Money Buys Quantities Store HolidaysI Will Buy a Quantity of tie V Bet Stick Candy All Flavors ryt Spcccial Low Prfcis On Canned 6iods During th Nilidays 1 FIRE WORKS I will carry a full line of Firework toy i pistols etc during the holidays Buy your boy a Rough Rider Wagon Fruit Baskets and Box Candies Always make acceptable and appreciated presents Dont fail ta see my lineI J pa W HAGAN Springfeld Ky t i tLL t atk y yEI OBERT ON B RtJ LADIES Suits e We Have hid J the largbSf trade fany previous season on Ladies Suits because we haVe hdw1a larger a n d better stock of the m than ever before Prices are Being Cut in this department and it will pay- you to ee us lie fore buying manyusefutaway Ask about them when you visit our store tertir t IJ1Y Blankets Comforts We have an extraordinarily hand some line and are prepared to quote some very low prices r2 Best Fey Outing Cloth 9c yd Medium Grade Outing Cloth ac Best Colored Carpet Chain 20c IiJ Local News Notes The man who smokes cahnotbe better pleased than to receive as a present a box of cigars The McChord 10 cent cigar is the brand he will enjoy most 25 to box at Wood Wells drug store The indications point pretty strongly to the fact that we are going to have some weatherthat quality which trims itself up with ides and rides upon a blizzard Have you got a lock on the coal house door Coal is a necessityso are locks f ASUGGESTIONTOTHE LADIESWhat about a box qf McChords 10 cent cigars asia present for your husbandorfriend- 0n sate at C J Haydons drug store rIIts about time we were all listening forthe jingle of old Santas sleigh MARRIAGE LICENS sSince Nov 28 County Clerk Booker has issuedmar riage licenses to the following Mril Jno B Shewmaker and Miss Bettie W MattingTyJ of near Springfield Mr stock merchandise that will to the of the most and the close buyer got the and are going to save you same Perhaps you est C licoes J Per t Yard L sKBoys apdYoung lens Suits and Overcoats Havea style and setitthk will hot be found in other makesand they are wear ers 1k o Special JLpwi Prices for this sale A good stock here Felikc G Noel arid Mrs Mattie Hardin of dear Springfield Mr Richard C Piniston andlss Mary L Grider of neat Springfield The undersigned Elders of ikris tiaif church desire to thank those who contributed so liberallyfor a bell for the Christian church at Springfield Kyi F R NEAL j SIMPSON ROBERTS j J D BURNS fri Sale positivej c30 ladies latest style long Cloaks in black and best rpaierial at below manufacturers c St20new style Jackets at half price We never carry over to next seaSon Make a rush for these bar gai sat Mansfifelds A box of cigars as a present is appreciated The McCho 10 cent cigar is the brand to lAt C ill drug store Sundays CourierJournal printed a halftone likeness of Mr Joe Mansfield ofIhis lecture sketch was written by MrV jEdwii Car + t + + jih f ClausitWillIWaye his head tquarters at my store i+ Prices Low Fill the Stockings Full I have an abundance of Bananas Candies j Nuts Oranges and Fr- uitsToys0 have a complete line of toys of every descrip tion Bring the children in to see them t4 Joseph ASh derl I Kentuckyf + + IXUZUZ4 ZZ tMZt4ZIZI 41i1L u THEfiBIGSTORtcy Show a of appeal tastes critical judges of good things Weve goods we money ADVERTISEI 1j cojorsj and always buj Haydons The f 7 JJA lJfrlc 2 ift 0TROUSE 5 BROTHERS J I I HIGH t ARTf CLOTHING I Jf Is the kind you are looking for If you want Fit 10 j and j1see the specials we are selling for f IllFinish fewdaystieehave been reduced from a higher mark No cante1 and they cant be surpassed in make 2 r EVlERY SUIT GUARANTEED Over9cife an4pkinCoats 1Q to S2Oof same make r 7502tlir r Robertson Bros 3 SPRINGMfclD KENTUCKY h lisle Litsey die wellknown poet and novelist of Lebanon and exceedingly complimentary Mr Syhester Smith purcnasedo W R Janes Monday the old Mulligan homestead near town for 290QThe sale was made through McEJroy 8 Wharton f A box of Ocnfcigars 25 to box an appreciative Christmas Wells MCChordSt n sale at Wood We have yet Ladies Skirts aril Tai lormade Suits at prici sto closeout at Mansfields r Mr W E Leachm n the Furniture Man of this place asIan advertisement in this issua whi h should jbe read by all persons who neil help in selecting Christmas present He tells you what to buy and q iptes some niece 1 prices which wiP be indu ements to you V7 Read Mr CoV Hiagarisadvcrtis ment in this issue H wants to remember him when you get readYyto buy Your Christmas ear dies nuts fruits etc r Send us notices of stock sales A column of this nature will prove interesting Mr JR Claybrooke lh has bought a half interest in the personal property of Mrs Mary L Durrett and in the futurefrill conduct her farm near town r The annual closing out sale df Milli nery is in full blast for the next three weeks at Mansfields The OsterSUil r given by the ladies ortile Christian church4 at the Court Holse last Friday afternodn andevening was weH attended notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather The supper was also a success fro pa financial stanqpbirit the ladies ha ihg realized X50r f r Rev J C nHoskihsoh will preach at Texas next Sunday night atj 7 p ni i DROUTH BROKEN It may not be freh news to announce that the drjbth- has Been broken but nevertheless itH is a pleasant topic However it camel in a little toolate to be Of any greatbene fit to the farmer Tfar as pastures are concerned but it will beof great valu to the tobacco people of the county It Is now expected that tobacco will move at a rapid rate as the farmers have i iT iY L t i been anxious for quite a while to put their crops ou the market but of course could not strip on account of the exceedingly dry condition of the weed Then too the rain proved a blessing in the way of replenishing the dry ponds and streams Vhile there has tot yet been a general downpour the rain we had Sunday and Monday will help along cpnsideraly in thesay of supplying stockwater New Orleans molasses a very suPe- r quality op4n kettle direct from New Orleans at Thomas Mr Joseph A Shader hasan adver tisement in this issue He advertises a full line jf Candies Nuts Oranges Bananas etc Also a complete line of toys Now that the frost is on the pumpkin and the fodders in the shock the farmer will get a move on himself and the porkers will be mowed downlike I graip befpr the sickle y Church Notes Elder Walden of Stanford Ky pr chcqt xhe Christian church here last morning He delivered strong sermon and all who heard ab were delighted The church will ably call Eld Walden as Eld Felix the pastor will resign about January 1 000fIteVi W H Shepherd delivered interesting discourses at the Baptist church last Sunday morning and even preaclieaooo Regular serVicerJvcre conducted at the atholicchu h here las t Sun ay morning Father Hennesy delivered an interesting and instructive discourse ooo Dr f E Latimer plIed his pulpit at the Presbyterian c1 urch Sunday morn ing and evening delivering ran unus ually interesting sermon in the morning 000rRev J C Hoskinson filled his pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday morn ing and evening Both discourses vera interesting and good crowds attended both services l Seriously injured On last Thursday morning a team which was being t driven by Mr Matt Fowler of the Fredericksburg neighborhood became frightened and r4n away throwing Mr Fowler from th f L BestIGinghams f5c tpe r LADIES Rain Coats1 Styles that are be Iingthe l Best Dressers t In the u tlar14kind15 quality now 512 Substantial Reduction Of Prices OnI All tDress Goods And SilkSFol 10 Days 36 inch Fay wool mixtures wpmn 6oc fbr pi45cAUwoo132 inch Tricots worth 4OC foru a3OC 450All50 inch black Mohair worth fee fortn 480 36 inch cream Mohair n n 48ct FigurediIS + t 2 j6c 175Yard175 far I 450 Yard wide black Taffata Silk worthrlofor 125 J Fur Specials r- r J fSlack French Coney Cluster Scarf with six BcChina Bear Tails Each We also have the finer ones and the Muffs to Match Cj fa ofoesI WalkOver Shoes for Men are the best For Ladies Misses and children Zeiglers7 shoes have no superiors See our line of Chit drens School Shoes Felt boots and rubbers ftSay We ate showing snappy styles in Ladies and Cfcil cirtns Cloaks at reduced pricesr wagon breaking two ribs and otherwise injuring him The front wheels of the wagon passed over his breast with the result as stated above He is now dor ingasWeU as could be expected and it thought that he will soon reCover Notice To Creditors All persons indebted to the drug firm J tOjcallcall atjrour earliest convenience t WOOD CAliPBELLI Stricken With Pa L MrS J H Suttle of the Hillsboro neighborhood was stricken with paralysis last week and for a time thought that she Could not at resent she is doing nicely Itwasj will doubtless recover l LECTURE From Rev Carter Helm Jones Thursday Night December 15 Rev Carter Helm Jpnes will deliver alecture in Springfield Thursday even ing Dec J15 His subject willbe TheaStory of a Home This is said to be one of Mr Jones best lectures and it goes without saying that he will be heard by a large audience A number of young men in SDringfield are making Ian effort to establish a lecture rourse the winter months and itis through broughtheretion that they are trying to1 establish a Springfieldbutsome highclass lectures and entertain f mints They should be engouragedin every possible way for are ew things tter for a community than a lecture course Dont to the lecture Thursday evening Dec 15 wt t + ji jz f Change of + r + y e to i Firm + ir lDii Price W Wells of Bardstowii tr shaven bought Air Theo Campbells HI tif 4I ieres in the drug firm of Wood CamR +bell the name of the firm will now bd + jVoot Wells The business will beLJ Conducted at the same stand They ask 1fjacortmuance of the patronage of the peoplieyand guarantee all fair treatment 8 1I i el I f4i Prescriptions Car flilly Can aaiade i 1f li WOOD WELLS- r Springfield 10Ky eerlzIIz1tI tti etIvI Nr 7rit io 1lM i f1 V 1 1 i t fA f I r 1l1 liii11 1 Vu 11 Your Watch r l il l And if It doesnt keep CORRECT TIME take il to JASAL GRAYES Watchmaker and SJeWeler Jti RREFAtRS Prices reasonable work guaranteed A Few Samplii Prices 4 Solid Gold Scarf Pins i lfJ175 to 3jj IVatchesJewelry Repairing done at the most reasonable Prices r1St- ore j y IJroom opposite court house adjoining clerks office JASJ GRAVES C ringfietdKI 11 e 1 THIS TABLE Shows the Percentage of Pesons Employed 7InFarming Mining and Manufacturing rA painstaking German has prepared n table ihowing the percentages lathe Jeadiug countries of the world 6rthe persons employed in the three principal branches of activity agriculture mat iUfacturinpr and mining cpminerceand ifransportatiou The table here given indicates facts somewhat at variance with the pophlar notion r Manu Commerce Affricul facturcS and tune and ndnsJjOrforestry mining talonGermany 4 375 374 t 1fI1i Austria 52 223 73- iHunearyJ BS6 126 33 Z1ta11 tU 2tu i4 Switzerland 4314 487jl 7 Prance 443 54 t117tDenmark 4SO 249 RllS Sweden 498 209 i 7 5 JtlLTEngland 110ZScotland U 120 004l4Ireland 416326 50 TJnlted States 359 iZtl 1631 By this showing rtajy has a greater t percentage of men engaged In manu factoring and mining alianthe United Statesd this ras6oiintry Is clew nth onP the list I jagricultura Hot icommerce land employs a gjterpercentlg to and traisportati6n than ther England or the tJnfted States and t Scotland leads the world in manufac tares and mining England is compar atively a cipher In agriculture her soil being given over to hunting and gen tlemens estates For a land of the Tilghest culture and refinement France apileara well among the patrpns of farming fTlie personnel of the Russian navy g is said tp be madeup of the cream of the Aristocracy men of blue blood and friends at court The array otli 1si1sh rule tape their profession sera ously and are looked down upon by thelr brothers of the navy The naval CtcetlS purely a social being bent po 1 a good tme and thinks it a hard ship to be called upon to fight r Thanks to the American packm Iis the French workman Is no longer re Ioccasionsiasi weddings holidays and so on Meat once or twice a day Is the rule now the supply comlrg In the main from th mite Astnttw Subscribe for The Sun 1 ayear A ThcatrieilCensors ViewI Germanys theatrical censori Is in this country to learn what lie can about theaters and has a word to offer on methods of safeguarding the lives of patrons HCS3 SrAittir your lroqoi theater fire jlh Chi cagp many changes mere made t rn suK cstion hid order In the lerlipthea s1lundojirefork the curtain goes up They inspect thej curtain the fire appliances the stage acc essorres the II PP 4is antI th exits If anything Is found wrong the cut ialnf jcahnot go up until UIS made rig it or eon a play begin until the ex arniiuxtlop has been made The firemen re m until after the last t f the people PBrclcftjthe house the paternal idea of government has no taken deep root In American soil Loral authorities ought to 6e comne teiit to deal with alt problems lielatingij to the safety oT life but tIle heat guar an lee of all is the business anise oft th owners of places Of amusement A fa al tlieater lire is a had card for the uiauageuierit France imported frf m the United In 1903 02000000 worth of pijoductsjas agaipst S109000000 froth G Seat Britain and from G jrmany rite bulk of the imports fram the United States or r65oj 0 0000 consisted of raw material not In competition with pie resources of France such as raw cottoo petroleum tcbacco copper anti cereals The F eifch tariff discrimiuates against this country but it is the opinion of the United States consul bnt OUT niahu cturers might improve jlieir trade with France by q sy tematic effort at a Ivertising their w5rcsGer anyf trade in goods open c n tvas nucdiISfatcs11Itreble U ILake commerce showsreat activity and the indications are for a steady ju crease It is reported that orders have bceu len to the lake shipyards for thirty large steel freight boats with t total carry lng capacity of 283000 tins to be finished y June 1905 J though the number of ynrds along tae laze have Increased to Ia yeat mere Is business for nIt The Improve tient of canals and construction of ihann is as feeders for lake commerce are likely to xpamfheoIumc qf ijuslness for tJectrrtirs The Postoffice Department has dew t rmined to put guessing contests under t rtrban the Attorney General ina sweeping decision holding that such schemes are lotteries m disguise n j Reliable Barn Door Hangers Something that a farmer can riot afford to do without They r are strong and slide easilythey a re the best i JackofAlKTrades Fairbanks Gasoline Engines have the strength of three horses a nd do their work well to your cutting box andj100kitI cut the feed We are the county Agents for the Usjrood Farm Scale We can sell this j ci stale at a much lower price than ypu girlrlnntce HydoE flar4frSpringfield 1 KentuckyI t f tF a Lost In Mexican Forest I t PerilJu Adventure Ibf Three Young Americans Ll Their Way U and Wander in a Circle For Hours r LOs in l tropical forest without fnQ1nnfimcJuttrreturned in safety after tour days of vranSerlng hi n Mexican jun gle writes die Lincoln Neb corre spoiiiieiit pf the Omaha Voiid IIerald lionisjE Wfttlinj treasurer ofth1lumpers deft Merchants Insurance Ijnnpiifty iuul C IS Rossof tty Lin ulenuhulnetvMiilk prospecting south of rem Cruse ThjtJr telrUtn experience unic about putlIellingiiiilcs on 5ioiisebacJv to TatalialcafsA a little town bn the Colorado1 river 70 teach another large tract of ItIWhiCIi they were anxious to inspect involved a long horsolmek ride Lnnutry elec iled the infbrnmtioh ithat this Gng ride iconld he avoided by taking a trip low n Uthe river In ja c time Tliey promptly InismILfortunetheUvvirorts Kyen iuuill1 Itjwas r 8t beir wtw to miss the ies tivJiiesJ To wa t meant a delay of at i week anti waiting Is never an ensyjrole for he sans 6f the west forIrellel iwith provisions f all sorts the vrbplid t lipk ainouutlnj to about 400 and started early ill tIe morning The riv Iataltaictfa hamJustfirst day iiltliong they found the current exceedingly swift l bout 11 oclock as the 11ht qanoe rlcjed about asbarp bend tlu two men saw a huue tree uiuleruiinei by the water lean iiig down it to he stream its great branches jHrfon ith heavy vines that ritlteil ihthe r ver like the tentacles or an octopus x Both men mad n desperate effort to avoid the obstncli but the strong current was too malt h for thein and they jWerit crashing li adon ijito thehuge trey The force of the collision Hjjtit tlte canoe iii two sending men anal pro visions down into the rushhrg torrent IL L tx 2 ti rt 11I HIE conMsiox SPLIT THU CANOK IN rWith the Instinct of drknyniiig menthej traVelers grasped tlc vlnen on Fortunately the frill supports were 5trot c h to bear their and theyTsnVceedeiV in working tlwlJI selves up tittle by little out o Pie sue- tlon qf the rushing water on the tree awl from there to the groiimi Nothing of their provisions Vqs cttt trOIiIIorpstwith heavynines awl the thick with umlfrhnish The j1oundsj niiiKf ithoir w y thim ghsuch by batking a path with one small idckctknife was the onl wcapiui in the los pssloiUtth NeI braskaiis They knew that the forest rein bade froin the rlvec for abpu thc miles Outside of ttat t was a rent l1edlth1tifthrough the forest to tluvopen sivan ua theyought to he able tofina th 1rld After trail andget back to Tntahal cafa The sooner wesUirt the sooner weljj itiout of this ii1 MrJ Ye- ttliuglSo jth ut wasting time they iset out from the river irniUng their vvnja paliifUHv tlnaitIr carte under igrowtb Hhoy willyr all the rest of the day but Vit night cause upon the river again They had been walking IIi a circle Utterly tired out they miide themselves a frail shelter out of palm loives and resolved to tryvet a feu hours Sle PHut they wcre afraid to lie down oii account of the numerous Darnings they hind received of the dangers of fevers to ueObtalneji ftom lying ou the damp ground iu warm climate Accordingly thelmena tr tL wY made seats of palm leaves and propped i1en most UTefehed night The inosquitBis ti ere thick amivorr v titan ihs vituins of tiny igiijtti the Mcxlounj rodidares tor11 tjnreu tiw1l1 ahnncJ affil tried only to get nute rest at niylft ihoi1 clothing was ojtked most of the tiiie as it rained every night rf bucketful to ilic 1111toCieji Uirtng tlie iiy the swond day they twice ricd theta Iln iou phin ot getting out of the forest ij ItJ each jaJnAt j I J II 4 Jj IJJtBECTJiY IX FRONT1 OF THEM STOOD A l HUGE WILD IJOAIl cided that the only war tdret back to the village was to follow the river up To do yjls they would have to tight ev cry sfej of at least twentjMive runes through the icacti itltd demise under plnnpresenteditself first with heavy clubs with which to beat heir way set out again on their dimcult journey Jagged cactus leaves and thorns barbed like fishhooks added- totheir discpnifort and tore their thins into shreds Asit Was JTowlniJ dark they came upon a tributary stream which was so swollenl that they- odared not attempt to ord it Neither- of the men pould swim Jnin the pitch darkness to find that they were almost covered with fritter which was steadily risingabo tit them Wad lug out they sat on the bank until daylight bolding palin leaves over a their bends to keep ff the pouring ram At ihiwri they n solved its thctc could not cross the tributary river to follow up along its ba ik that tJthc1strenUlflenly einergeiti into fa ICpot There they stoppedpirectly in IIItHe stared at them for several minutes 11TOnlltOtturs4 he thought we looked too lean Ross ft Ifoeltftorn u sort i ofa grunt and ran back Info the juilgle If huihad come at us though tvet hardly Lie h Sre tp tell about it Ourksticks wouldnt have been much count In iin encounter with an nnhn like that laud the trees were air all too big toicliiubt v After that experience the men decided to take to the water and began to wadeupstrejun Ai first the water felt grateful but soqn the Wind and small stones work cd into their rugged shoe and worethe skin from their feet butIns tilt vogefatiou an the banks selIUlJI denser than everJind they no longer had StrlI ntli to best their way through it they h1Id to the river bed At last they raairhea rlie open jountry and came upoii this old Aztec trail They followed tills traiU lying down ado aiul then fcoin r sheer weakhess hUt always rising and stumbling o nward spurred by the hope of coming rescue Toward evening of the fourth day thiy paused tai one aide of the stream the opposite slue of which Jay Tatahaicafa Some Mexican worn en were waslifng clothes In the strt11Ulj and sent a boat over for tiQui The mim were hardly recoguizable as the two jaunty travelers chul iii new kJmkf uniforms wlio haul started so confidently down the river a few days before Their uniforms were In tat ters their shoes had dropped off their faces luJuIsuhcluodies were blood stained from contact with the cacti Je and the bites of the gnats The iia tivcs tared for thorn ulse y After they Tina slept iiill dny a full meal was ulloVticl them Aftoi n few days rest the turn wore rble ko go ou tp the Clti of Mexico V J Subscribe forijTho Sun 1 a year t f t t i r = t1 Dont Sell Shoesj I IfsMy Business ToK You From i Buying q Them L I I I II rOut There Aslitp Cincinnati En uireriThe dark day m dean Winds that wail and weoPr You feel no more the sorrow jt The dark day my deai Alone the cot I keep r r4 And you ill shadows trriOut thereasleep u I cry tile vrinds to me I pray the rain to criMe Sp long wjth Night Ive striven Out there asleep Sod gives me this To miss youv In allthe loveless ears tWhose lips once leanedtokis you Who never gave you tears But you feet no more the sorrov- Of souls that sow and reap Will you wake in Gods tomorrow Out there asleep 1 STOCK Nd- Messrs t Orville Arnold and Rapier Hayden sold to Mr Rogers of Pulaskif a carload of mules at 95 per head They also sold jt Lewis Hayden f Kelson county twenty headof extra yearling mules at per head This is probably the best ot of yearling mules to be found in thi section Ken tacky Standard o oo Jailer Roby of this place is not only careful and efficient fficer but is also very successful withNsWine He commenced feeding two shoats that weighed 40 pounds the first Of July feeding the other one two weeks longer it will tip the beam at 475 or perhaps 500 pounds Mr Roby fed no orn to the hogs only the slop from the ail Who cirri beat it Kentucky Standard 00 o q Smith Wheeler and Spalding shipped last weeka caVload of 1400 poundcattle said to be as fine as any that ever left 2 cpunty They will be sold on the market in the East NeJsQn Record ooo Mr A V Beani of JLenore while illing hogs Tuesday discovered in one of Ahem a iloublemeltwhich he brought I FiXj 1 1 II I TempleAA11kbItds grammaticalr SawfmeLetl GeoB Taylor weary reapdayythereasleepl youSeemdead aboveyI grievemeWhy weepoer thclflland to town and which is exciting consider hasbeensaw a double melt before and thk statement is also made by everyone to whom this curiosity has been shown Nelson Record The big plant of the A D Parr Lum ber Company at Clarksburk W Vap was destroyed by fire shotgridcer while coon hunting near ML ver non Ind nl a The Place To IBUYI btn Oranges Bananas is j where you can get the freshest and best 1ta a a t HERTLEINS iiJ a IS THE LACE a aa4aavery t Fresh Fruits I never allow aatoo rapidly a o ct YOU WANT n 0ct n Qn0n0b0io Of durst Yom Wt fit nest uiJone a In cr the week but every day- a r00 tfrt GonradHertIein i 0 Springfield Ky 0 baaetqlaau 0 fitt a tomo A JCo OOOOQOOOCOOOOOOOOO a Cw 3u xco eta s Cos1SalegJ covHarness Saddle jnd Farm Gears n 8 Harness Repairs uuklesj Etc t f l Will sell in large jor small wantltlest o SIfyou are needing anything in my line now is the time to buy You will be astqriis edat f8it1 e low prices Tat quoting Visit my stir andr 8I g t prices whether you buy or not thehj4llyour neighbor whcr 1ican pnda bargain II i T B PARROTT Springfield Iy 03 o C oooYolOC ooocoooooooO OOOOCOCOOOOCO coc typp 4 Ij firt1 r T9it TinwafeaDish Dippers 50 to soc Tin buckets roc tot Turkey Roosters 650 too Hardware 1 JlOur line of Hardware f complete in every defaill When you need anything ib this line call on us and ge tpnces JtDiamond Branl Aies Are the besttpULLY Gti1PvTEED 1I toFull line lof Builders Hardfre McElroy SiuItzSPRINGFIELD KY LARGEST BATTLESHIP IN WILD r Cw readyisthVERE i DROUTHS OfOther Years Rahging From 1630 to 1876 people Sent to England fort Hay and Gram r jTklr Evan Rogers who lives near folowiJgcliPPing fathers back in the seventeenth eighteenth and nineteenth centuri zs had some extremely routhYweathh to contend with Insfn iIYOUrWILL WANT TO CAR E THAT CHRISTMAS i Turket LET US SELL YOU THE 1 Carving Set Yourwife will appreciate nice Car ydontbelieyeit d fWelBISTCUTLERY leis hogkilling time and you need a good BUTCHERKNIFE we have it It matters pot whether3your name is fJohnnie You Can Get a i TGUN havelotj jet pressesi Try a Gallon Of GeorgiaSyrup We have just re a We also have pure Country Sorghum Give us your order for SaltLirneand cement fHAYDON =BARBER pringfield Kentucky Mti r i I THE GtAT MAJESTIC t J4 THE GFftT MAJESTIC HI I THE l f r o u I a s I succession without fit In the summer of 56 75 days in succession without n In the summer of J32 80 days in succession without K In the summer oCf4 45 days in succession without n In the summer of JS9 81 days in s 71Insuccessijon without ri In the summer of 05 40 qays succession without ri v In the summer of U5 45 days in succession Without ri irh succession Without rj V In thslimmer of 92 days in succession withoutn nlsuccesslonWJfhoutra In the slimmer of 19 108 days in succession without n In thesummer of 54 32 days in succession without rit I In the summer of 12 123 days in succession without ri T In the summer of 73 8OdJ1Ys i u succession without r r In the summer of 182 days in succession without re Inthe summer of 112 23 days in succession without n In the summer of 2 28 days in sucCession without K Ih the stttnmer of 6 2r days in succession without ra Tn the summer of 1 42 days in successipnf without ra r In the slimmer of J526 days in succession without raj In the summer of 16 26 days in succession1wifboutraf longesthroUbtwas in the summer ji 62 No rain fell from the first oi lytp the first of Septeji ber maki 23 days without rain Many of the iubitants cnt1 England for hay and in Friends Of Senatof tries WJ Fair ipIndianapresidentialiojnjnation 1904 Hater on they expect to fdrnn bf ahization in the Estand Soyt tith a view to lyomoting his candidac i f sLouisytockholders WorldsFcompany Jf fs violin that the ex pen es of the exhi b ti have exceeded the receipts by 100J001 k +M M rK OYiCg Oh OurSpeciJti eE= rr= ctritrrr PE etFrr FtFr= E tecr e rEcEa E1r E I Heating Stoves and Cooking Stoves rrrrcErcic rtr1 cEicrc Errr rrcFci E1EeErr E ThePOpu ity thelmailufacthrers follovingi1101icEroi J to dixaipoint hut wo can till k Flltpmetttyrwmrorderlurtencillg The iijijreasatl lad for the Majestic Rangeliu made ninpos i Wewouldl1ko f j Tni fAIESTIcIro 0 t Heating Stoves Y JVe hftiullq the let at the lowfmt hires Ail of tli tee art foal ones Radiant Home eaters Coles Not Blast Air Tight Neat er 0 K Globes and Ideal Oaks tIf you storer I8IeI 18 1ileiIII er1 BURNED TO DEATH A Little Girl in Nelstjn County and Onrln Bullitt County Meet Deaths in a Horrible Manner iandBardstown waS so jbadly burnded last afterWardstove and before aid could be rendered the child yas burned to such an extent it was impossible to save leer life Mr and Mrs McCrocklin are rfcell 1whcrthey e sympathize with thfern in this the darkest hour of their lives J J A little child Della of Squire Jack ttl death in a similar way last week She anjopenfather and mother were not in the beichddinto the house they founditha little one burned into a crisp fr l J i f Some Tim p j J L yousleflT creptn hfOFor i But some time you shall know eWhereYour eyes slilIlook upon a face Calm in browiTheYou are too young to knowit note Butsome time you shall know J yearsIThe qowBut kiss f long agof EUGENE PIELD Courage and highwayman to A holdup man or highwayman in giving the public his opinion shout the methods of his kind and the ways of victims when assailed may be fule at his word when he says that want of courage on the part of the average ei Izen Is the cause of so many success ful robberies It Is true that robbers and other crooks are physical cowards as a rule Their made of fife is u of u kind to make herpes 04 them They are ever on theii guard and ev er more or less nervous What giveakthenr cqurage in the first place Is tlil Jact that they expect an easy triumph since the victim to be surprised and taken unawares The rollers mask and his gun are depended upon soIsumur courage The confessing rob her Is surely bgrtstlng when he sa that wit a ma k and a gun he could make a roomful of men as they aver age stand qn their heads If he to aej 1companywhich Should characterize a man Is b outraged upon the public hlg wastthe chances argil that he3TlI lose the httleuerreahe possesses He w i the one taken unawares and being IIbe the wrong and n outlaw Gantttback upon a reserve of land make a good fight An 1SYPUbI rllc breeds the crook He does not wa t work hard for his plunder or l wouldnt be a crook Japan celebrated the emperors blrthi day according to programme but not the capture of Port Arthur as was confidently predicted The eve of the anniversary would have been a good time tar General Stoessel to capitulate and get favorable terms by appealing to Japanese Sentiment Negotiations for the surrender of Vicksburg were opened by the besieged commandant oh the 3d day of July John Blanton a convict froni Elliott county was discoveredwith smailpox in the ninkfort penitentiary He wts taken to the pesthouse and other ex posed prisoners isolated ++ + Misfife Are Cured IBy giving Lum Aboll your order fir Clothing A large vari 4 latestweaves4 = f TNT WELLDRESSED MAi4 v 4 Is Suited stile OvcrcoatGd to hi taste wheir he gives me his order f The Latest In Brow ist Blacks and Blues in of 15BUYS- IIA good wellmade ill wool suitiw gets a better one while 25 buys a suit that Will look well five yean after the marriage ter lll9i1yc4 iYour order will be appreciated IJOM ABELL Springfield Ky l 1 JJ trc bf t j I I Our FashionLetterr r Something interesting For Our Women Readerstt BY JUDIC CIiOL1ETh t Pf In the way oC smart Jfnll1ggm is nothing is newer or lulu tier Oiaii iwfbe of till new foroilerie Ntfikriel TltIsiseml roi levy lacy lit effect Anl- heikhteiItlUY Is threading of sflk woven in anil1 lilt yf the lie tgJl The are tini heel with Vbnttoiiliole Ii col ed Hks x llugrierj1llpth pedetIt theJUkltolvet Alwfly of tIle jackets in cloth are strappM with silk or piitet1 with v N Tlec paletots are not pretty in them selves lint are a revival of nnotlior pe r tr7U nLARGEIrAT OF ItESEDA VELVET trio in dress which fait has much ao recommend them in th present crie for styles otue olden tImes The dir ctJire bonnet is another re thistyet trimmed yith ivhite nodding pinnies With this bouuet are worn Josephine muff and tie of ermine ed lace is Used qUtens much o evening frocks as on tljQ day gown an wheu wisely employed the effect stunning 4 rtogreen e brIm lato1arSELBOW SLEEVES t IdIIUotr sleeves are the fad of the mo mousiuetnire terthe arms that they maAbe pldmp white Thishln b to the majority of women 11but La Mode isays wear tlJemaD obedient slaves obey Milch ma otthber of ice and muslin frills whlchJn some instances almost assume the varietyhe so A new move haS just made Its ap peonince that overcomes to a trium PUC TAPFETA GOWN J phnnt fashion a lack of pocket In femi nine attire This newcomer has fitted tip palm of the hand a little pocket kill which fastens with a snap clasp tilts just comfortably accommodates a few nickels for car fare In a crowded trolley when one Is very likely to be tully employed hanging to a strap thwilittle coUe len e comes In very handy The gWn pictured is Jl charming of puce taffeta relieved v1 th smart to ekes of velvet a shade darker The skirt hangs In unstitched plaits from the waist and nt the tobJUld bottom of the deep gathered ftounceb pretty designs of empire wreaths carried out In quilled satin ribbon with motifs of flowers worked In slindetj silks The corselet Is of velvet as also i sire the sliqfwi shjiped emlfbluered aJar and tnrtied back cuffs punY usc l for collar cent 001IsIeetJ Hii sb c GOWNSor withoutterr without comCortnbiel lounging froaBc Ion that nay do duty either as a dres ior tin gown to slip into in orinonioiit al lIon resting 1satisfactory goAyn of this sort if not really easy to procure ready made attl moderate t1price It is true there Ire plenty of cheap dressing gowns to be had but as j 1 T t CASHMERE DUESSIXO sows 3 rule they are far from smart The same outlay will purchase better maygoeIftyou a must pre seutable possession n1iIth regard to the fabric used there any number of Veilings cashmeres LJail wash flannels that are very sufta = t homeesome art shade would boa more imposing materiel 7r outrwhich are uow so modish This robe may be easily rat by using a well fitting wait pattern as a guide The gown itself is cut with a back piece seamed down th center and gored to 1ghea spring attire hem This back IstSide pieces are laid on unl1erthe bade f whereor trontSLtheyythe winglike over sleeve =edged with the same Is ar i ranged to tall over tills Openings areI placed under the oversown at the sides 1to allow a waistband of velvet or sat- In ribbon to be passed through and ing tened on the left side leaving the front free to hang loose from the bands are of plain silk eIther i featherstitch by machine or worked in stitchedI suit has been filed against the Ad IA and Southern Express Companies ll to test the right of thercompanies tQ 2 cents extra on every package delivered in Shelbyvilie p 1posooville City CounciLj l The President announced his inters l tin to appoint the grandson of Stoner4 wall Jacksonfti cadet at the United States Military Academy OUR it MEAT + I MARKET f opportunitymeats at all times OUR REPUTATION IS A- TStake ct YOU KNOW We will appreciate your trade and ll do our utmost to make roe a taste Your Trading Place IEEYES WANTEI timlifor tlephone or see us at out 1aCeof mess t FTJCOX rSi 4 k f o i it f l t e Ii tt 1y J If IIOOOOOOOOOQOGdCQCOOOOQQGQQO 8OyYi HAYBON THOMPSON g Q i 8 t LIVERY FEED AND SAlESTABLEg Springfield Ky 8 Met Outfits Forjjraveling Men j g PBOXE is 43 C ooooooqoop IaPractical DentistSRTG FIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Ail y work guaranteed Office over Haydop Barber DrIJr M 1 Burtonf RESIDENT DENTISTt Teeth x l out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY StrictlFirclassOffice in Hapon Block up stairs Dr J H LAMPTON OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky T SCO 1 t r ATTY ITMAYSI WasninJrtonadaQioinai Federal Courts V s c C McCHORli ATTYATLAWJ Springfield Ky i TTJU practice in all State and Federal C9urfsj t W D CLAYBROK i ATTYAtLAW Springfield Ky f r Will in the courts offTTashinsrto and adjoining counties and in the Courts of Ap peals W i E SELECMAjN ATE YATLAW c Springfield Ky t Wllpractice in the courts of Washinjrtoi counties and in court of Appeals nnnnonnnnnnn HAYDON THOMPSO j Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock ai full line of Burial Robes and Caskets t i J We areFuliy Equipped fi Itwill be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidnesS I b e l DIRECTORY = 1 SpringfieldRySom Atty F iL Campbell clerk Geo Cat ConunfssioncrMasters CharpsriIle idney Osborne field Isham Macville R HSprinKj FourthMondaysCounty Court B L Litv judge W F onlyAttorneyeach month aF f e8chjmonthybt or Royalty T P OBrian erJHctskIn9onPastor pSundRy m m Prayer meeting every WednesdafTlfeht HgnnessqPastoroclock a m Services at St Rose same hours PastorServicesmonthwPBZSBTTERUX CBUnc ReV T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sunday at x a m Prayermeetingevery Thursday evening aU o j wn1iam1rd Sundayaesday evening at 8 o clock v NotJnoOPollandSecret Societies Masonic fuJrlDJrlielie No F A M Master R r Sutton E a andThirdYonday The Sun and Weekly y CourierJournalt Btk pars l yr for 125 t n I ILand N Railroad Time Table Incoming TrainsSuny j only 91 t mArrifI m y I 502LII4tgQing Trains DailyNo Springfieia 7lSa 120 220Leaves mztPLEASANT GROVE =A coPYOf The Sun has ibeeii received in every home and around Pleasant Grove After beingreadWi intense interest the peOPlehave map aLl ani mous verdict that it is worth the support the good citizens cf Wash ington county and how proud ire the ba1tepaper Jundayof MnS LL Gregory last ifhurs4ay N Thompson visiting friends in Mercer county Wathen LSimms and Missejsi Kobbie fSprrgfieldtend the of the Poor Iio nJit LThe4iistime oltheMrs Mattie Dr goo has retumed from Lexington where she has been visiting friends Dr Williams and Fred VJanArsdale are in Harrodslif Dr Villiam is cohtemplaJiinglocatlng jit jthiit laec helditsevening at the schoolhouse at hat place and more interest was manifested anhasever been before The house Daily No 43 Sun y only No 90 Daily No 41 Daily Ncj 44 Leaves r fi 30 a m m I p m I p m 1 I f in of f j debate e rs l j g i 7 t I nenO o- 1t rn os 4 = n ii c- cis = = = op tiI a a rJ a p = r o tn o 70 0 t S S 1fIq y t-Al 0 oca = =r- r eo o c E o O rooJrn capacityTheThat Vashingtori was a greater ma than Lincoln TJie judges decided i n speakersfor rs and Graham VanArsdale and John Polin Jr Negative Levenia OCon nor Nannie Thompson and Erastus Trent HILllSBORO Miss Eva Irim ti one of our most popular young la lies is visiting Miss Mollie Shewmaker at Botland Misses Minnie and Lenore Barker o Fertwick May Birchof Brooksville t and Messrs Ed and Tom Bowles Mackville attended the WednesdaYMrssuffering with paralysis for the pas twoweeks is some better Little Miss Lillian Leachman who has beenquitesick is able to be out again j Ben McllvoyTiasapout completed iii new dining roqm and kitchen to his beautiful residence Mijs BerthaMiller is on the sick lis at thiswriting trpestShewinake17 paid a flying trip to Texas Friday afternoon Miss Sue Reed of the Ridge is visit ing her sister Mrs Mary Thompson Miss Susie Edgerton of Valley Hill spentSunday here with her parents Messrs Hugh and Mitt Leachman Oph and Ballard Settles and Ormsby ist nfOOOI ieor4n o n neQ O n oo QnnnD ttI 43 0 i1 i1 There Is Going to Be 0 1 0 Ha1ging J I 13 D Uppf stockings pretty soon D n n S Fill them with i K Fresh Candies z r Oranges Nuts i n fF t nan s and FruitsThem of- i 0 i f Ht Mtilt ONAN na 0 1 D 0 D 11I rftop it off with a toy and watch the bearrrihg face i3 lo the little oiwj I will cart afull line of toys line of Canned Goods alwaysdiri stock t tAFresh GROCERIES 1 o T 0 0 IiAT if D if I COST D 0 These prices are for caskto 1 Salmon sold for lOc now 3 for 25c Salmon sold for20c now for 15c Peas sold now 2 for 25c Peas sold for l3c now 2 for 20c t 10 Mushrunes sold for 25c now for 20cI 0- French Peas sold for 25c now for 20c iAsparagus sold for 25c now lor 20c t Hemz Baked Beans sold for 15c noW 2 for 25c COrn sold for lOc now for 25c i Peaches sold fpr25c no for 20- ci Peaches sold for 20c now 2fpr30c 0 0 Picklessold for25c now for 20c 0 C 43PicklesMustardsoldfor lOc now 3 for 25c G Salad Dressing sold for lOc now3 for 25cD1 HTom4to Musterd sold for lOc now 3 for 25c I- fOlives sold for lOc now 3 for 25c Tpmatto Ketchup sold for 15c now2 for 25c India Rilish sold fjLir 0 Reduced prices jnfGhinaware Tinware and Graniteware i k H M OlttU Jr Springfield Ky I Shewmaker attended the dance given by Davis Noel at- t Crossroads Friday night MissesMaud Tnman and Hattie Seij ties spent Tuesday with Sirs Bertha l Miner c jIsPjntSUnLouis Clark and family spent Suncjay near Polin lT t toWJ S Leachmdn sold a cow and calf to Lucian Gregory for 25 Mesdames James Shields and MarI shal Keeling who have been on the siek list are etterIt this writing Miss is spending this week with her uncles Messrs Gabe and Gar rard Clarke near Polin Felix Noel and bride spent Sunday at Rockbridge Sabe joulter and wife are the guests of fndrids at Tatham havenbacco at present lB POLIN The people ofPQtill are very proud of The Springfield Sun and win welcome its newsy columns with smiling faces and happyhearts It has been a long pa Washington county should have a class local paper devoted tp the inttYrestsof the county and its pc oplej and especially to the Democra icgarty and proud we are to fsay that The Springfield Sun possesses these qualities Long may it survive YYis Mr Zach Crow is preparing to move sorrytis a firstclass business man and will be greatly missed There was a double sale at Polin Sat urday Messrs W T VeIls ands James Kays S M Campbell of Springfield wa4 the auctioneer Mr thetKays will leave for Illinois in a few daysj S H Bishop anA wife off Springfield were at Jolin Saturday Several from here visited the Litsey Literary Society Friday night and all were well pleased with the recitations and debateTlJThe farmers have had veil littlex work to do of late as there has been no rainto bring the tobacco in case but the rain Saturday disturbed duty peace and means all to the theirI Clem Foster has returned from Texas after a 15 year stay Mr William Guess has made his an nual return from Illinoise Vfe have a literary society that meets HardestyI DIMARKETS oSprrrtgfilid Market Bacon Hams 10S es oc Beeswax S4c jwr1 pound tButier to 20 i jiouuil Chicken s4HenH OHc Spring 8c to lXil Dried apples fie iwr pound Ducks 8e per pound iCOnl 3Ieal 75c per bushel Eggs4c per dozen Feathers per pound Flotir1i2 to CLtt Qtnrrngs7A per ounL s Oats4ALDLanlfl0cperlwued LiinortiUcf Ito jjl oopor barrel Mill pjodiictii BranunuHliii tuff 120 i r iHHuida Potntoes CountryOtctrt 75- cQnionslpi 1ISalt145 nnS 185 per barrel Tiirkeys ixsr pound J Ts loss5c iwr Ilotllldf Vinegar 23a to 4oc per g lion WoolBurry aril gnsst145Sca clear of grease 30c tub r Country Sorjjhum 45c to J Oijeso1 jfOf perldozdnF Onion Sots 1rJ arLlYI Stock Market CATTLE choice to prime Hhlppingrsteerri 50 tQ 5 00 Medium to Rood shipping steers i 00 to 50 choice butcher steers 3 to 28 Medium to good butchers 3 00 to 3 50 common tormedium butcher I 2uOto300 canny 76 to I 75 Good to choice feeders 3 25 to 315 commmon to medium feeders 2 50 to 300 350Ooood to choice stock heifers 2 50 to r 6 common to medium stock heifers 2 to 2 2 rlain light mixed Htoukera 2 5 toJS 75 pod to choice bologna Lulls I 2 ro tow 75 1cnoicocommon to calves 400 to 75 choice to fancy milch cows 35 00 to 42 Medium to good milch cows 25 00 to 30 00 rJaln common mulch cows 16 OOtoI 00 1choice1choicechoice pigs loo to I2o Ibs 416 oood pigs 80 to loo Ibs 4 IRougluil50 Iooodpair to good 2 ootoS Bo cbmmonto m amt j oo to 2 00 Bucks t415oto2boe- xtra shlpplngIambsh L5 op to S 25 Best butcher 1b9A45to4 75 JlrtocgQOObutcherambs 4ooto435 common tAi end lambs 1 3 60 to sainedi A nd you m depend upon it turning cold Of course you will rid fires and you will want COAL That will itrn burn to ashes Our coaL means the highest qtijty Coal for the furpace Q6al for the grate or the stove The most important thing to remember that OUR COAL URNS Telephone us and your er wfll be quickly faled i j The Farmer Will find ovine ofl uggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hicky Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time th have been found not yttimg irr strength and durability but WANTED by every CAJGV farmerand wagoner We tiandfthe Ohio Feed Cutters the best inthe world a abundance of feed stuff always on hand Give um order for your Salt and Lime The best at the v LOWEST PRICES l WinteiEap Robes 150kCleave Horse Blankets 125 to 350 If you red f racing buy that which has been proven the Ijest The Page and Elweod Field Fencing r TheHagan Gasoline Engine Is noted i its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnm This can i be makes of gasolines Most of them often reft to budge and that too at a time when budging is n Sary Buy the Hagan and you will save Worry and Wicdness We pay cash for Hides and Furs Mdlure Wells Sprin loll Ky J Schoolhouse interesting discussions are inoredii Supt J W feh was here last week Miss Maud GaJ ham of Chaplin is visiting Cal Set John W Hati has been declared of nsoundmind d will be taken to the Lakeland Asyli today THAD CHEATHAir MIKVILLE J D Sween bought the Carriage building andvRksmith shop of Berry hewmaker aK also the remaining buggies and fnRig implements atin voiceT rice Isessipn given at once RToMillenougqta fiveyearold L rness mare Frank Brown coloredt IatMrs Liz ie lye who has been vis iting her sistei Lafayette Ills has returned home Merritt Burt who hits been in business in Dekalbpunty Ills has returned home Dock Hm arid son sold 10000 pounds of tabat to Will Arnold at 10 cents Rev G Apdd bptiS and received into thetethodist church Sunday eighteen baptism and two by letter whp oidat the recent revival conducted by ev1 John Godby of Perryyille Mr John S maker and Miss Bettie Mattingly wernarried last Wednesday the bride oJI1e near Hillsboro ev W A ncey officiating Mr Shewmaker r a prosperous young farmer near Ifckville while the bride is the charmin aughter of Mr and Mrs Robert tat nIt11We extend our congratula All subscribe should take advant gfe of the Subscisrs Free Column and especially the irmers which is certainty a good fog and a boon to the tSun SUBSCRIBERS FREE ell II Under this head all persons whors sabr ehaadvertisements r tirntnfLandserted in another department tliep per atvery low rates Bill Hodgen Springfield hasforsale 8 shoats WeIg ahMt 30 Pounds v4 Lyman Barber Springfield h for sale a sow and pigs r vlt Messrs B R and J F Simmsrh4Te for sale 150 work mules also a carload of yearling mules They wm jell you one of these animals or win seH theby pairs 4 T Wm Simms of ForestVie rj toffice Springfield Ky has for We a handsome bay yearling fillypSon of C F Clay 4 H R Thompson near town has for sale agood m COWII l J i A j t r J A for Asti matisnv l Hardword tis art best 7 This Evils own Imp Lfv Leaves the Eye without rest He togs atthe Muscles IJHe pulls at the Nerves Spur Glasses will fivehimAJust what he CsF RUSSELL Springfield j Ky New Rubbers Iy r Just Received f Mens A Rubber Heavy Rolled Edge well worth 2 a 185go V Mens eira heavy Cloth tops 4X165Hoods lit bootsIf x250L Ladies bbers good quali yatIt 600 Ladies ry fine Rubbers at 75c Ladies s tics fine quality v 956 PtTHOMAS I f 1t ft r