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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lt I r r bc prJugtt1u U if 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I VOLUME I 5sSPIIINGfIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 NVMIEI44 I LABOR r PAPER etceive Undivided Support Of the Laboring Classes of Ken tucky If He Announces For Governor I FRIEND OF ORGANIZED LAIOR k c t The New Era the organ of organized labor for Kentucky reproduces the fol lowing editorial from The Sun with comments While there is a great deal of specu lation on the part of politicians and newspapers throughout the State as to the probable candidacy of the Hon C C McChord for Governor there is no speculation as to what he is actually doing in regard to the discharge of his duties as Chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission His fidelity to the duties of his office and the many thousands of dollars being saved to the shippers of Kentucky by the lowering of extortionate freight rates will be appreciated by the people of the State at the proper time and while he has not yet announced his candidacy for any office and while neither politics nor the socalled factional fights seem to be bothering him and in which he seems to be taking no hand we believe that when he does become a candidate the people of Kentucky will show their ape preciation by electing him to any office to winch he may aspire Sun To emphasize the above the New Era desires to say that the Hon C C McChord is the friend of organised labor trThe mine workers of the State speciaily4ndorse him for hiS loyalty to them in the last General Assembly for his untiring efforts in their behalf for measures they desired to become laws Mr McChords labor record is such that ought to commend him to all branches of industry He is in reality a friend of the common people he enjoys dis tinctive popularity in this respect for his every act in public life has endeared him to the people of Kentucky as worthy of their fullest confidence One thing is certain and that is should he announeehimself for office he will get the support of the people who elect men to positions of trust In referring to the editorial printed above the Lyon County Times says Theabove appeared in The Spring field Sun Mr McChords home paper last week and while the item is com throughoutoSince his first election to the position he now fills so well Mr McChord has been a favorite among the people He has been often mentioned in connection with the next gubernatorial contest by many West Kentucky Democrats who have watched his coarse in public office with admiration l MT ZION r Protracted meeting will begin here Tuesday October 10 Rev Maxwell will be assisted by Rev ORear The quarterly conference will be held the t second Sunday and Monday in October Mrs Wesley Parish is suffering from neuralgia of the eye Mrs Charles Williams and son Thomas Dawson visited her mother Mrs Dawson at Bloomfield Sunday Miss Lydia Williams who bas been 1 visiting relatives in Bardstown has re turned home Miss Katherine Wilkinson of Bloom field spent last week with her aunt Mrs Kate Williams at Maple Hill Mr Bailey Pinkston is visiting rela tives at Mt Zipn IlL Mr John Russell and sisters Misses Carrie and Rilla and Miss Blanche Bonta attended the Stafe Fair at Lex ington and visited the latters sister Mrs G L Tewmey i Mrs Preston Neale and Little Miss Ruth spent Sunday with Mrs Neales motherMr Neale spent Sunday at the home of Mr J B Hays Mrs Mattie Bayne and Miss Mattie Haydon visited Mrs Baynes father one day last week Most of our farmers are through cut- tingi tobacco and are preparing for wheat sowing 9 iSubscribe for The Sun fLOO year lWe Need a County Map An accurate map of Washington county is very much in need just at this time Besides being of almost in dispensable use to the traveling public it would probably enable us to have established more rural free delivery routes The map which we now have of the county is very inaccurate it having been made in 1877 therefore much of the county is not accounted for The Postoffice Department at Washington demands of all counties undertaking the establishment of a complete rural mail semce a map which is accurate in every detail If some enterprising citizen will take this matter up and have a map of the county made we believe that he would be well paid for his work The cost of making the map is not very great and the printing would be a smallitem It seems to us there would be considerable demand for an uptodate map of Washington county They could he easily sold at 1 each and we believe t would be little trouble to dispose of 1000 in jUst a little while The map thoroughlcand for a number of years at leas would bea staple article The map of the county made in 77 was sold at 10 Registration Day Next Tuesday is registration day Register and vote in November CARDWELL Mr Robert Noel and Muss Hester Newby spent Saturday and Sunday at Kirkwood the guests of Miss Nancy RoyaltyMr Kenny and family of In diana are here for a few days visit Mrs W G Simms visited at M A Perkins at Battle Sunday Mr Joe Carey left for Arthur Ill last week Marjr A Perkins visited at 157 TTT Gardners last week Mr E T Perkins and family spent Sunday with his mother at Battle Mr Robert Masters and family of Armington HI and Mrs Edgar Free man are on an extended visit to their parents near here Mr and Mrs Steve Grant of Pearson are here on a twoweeks visit to friends Mr J T Brown was here Saturday from here were in Spring field last Monday with their mules You often read of fish and snake sto ries but I want to tell you a true bee story On the farm of N B Royalty there is a swarm of bees that has been there all the seasonin fact we do not know how long However the bees settled on the second rail from the top and gradually worked downward until they now occupy five rails and from the bulk of honey therewith no pro tection but the ordinary rail fencel should judge there was 100 pounds A horse belonging to Charley Pink ston broke its leg and had to be killed Loss 125 Stock Sales Turner Colvin sold to Perkins 13rown a black horsy for 35 N B Royalty sold to E G Holliday eight steers at 4 cents with 1 off on the head and Mr Holliday resold same to Clel Coleman at 4 cents with f on the head R L Kyler sold to Elster Graham six hogs at 4J cents E G Holliday sold to Walter Hays one heifer at 3 cents Mr Claude Britton last week lost a weanling mule which he had sold to W L Graham for 80 HARDESTY Tobacco growers in this vicinity have about finished cutting the crop Mr Ernest Goatley and Miss Della Virgin spent Saturday and Sunday with the Misses Gray Messrs Will Shirley and Joel Ander son were in this vicinity Saturday Mr W S Goodlitt was in Anderson county last week Mrs S P Chesser visited her par ents Mr and Mrs F B Seay at Val ley Hill Sunday Dr and Mrs Williams of Arshbrook were here Sunday Mr Albert Wjashburn visited near Litsey Sunday Miss Ollie Parish spent Thursday with Miss Texie Bartow Misses Eva and Gracie and Master Roy D Sutherland spent Saturday night with the family of Mr J H Grays s r r MEETS DEATH In a MostMan ner Mangled Body of Thomas Mat tingly Found On Railroad Track Tuesday Morning KILLED BY TRAIN LAST MONDAY Thos Mattingly a young man who resided in the Booker neighborhood of the county was run over and killed by the evening train of Monday The accident occurred about eight miles out of Springfield The unfortunate young man had spent the day in Springfield and late in the afternoon left town in company with Geo Goatly who resides in the same neighborhood but when near the railroad Goatly left Matting ly as his Goatlys road was in another direction This was the last time Mat tingly was seen alive It will never be known just how the accident occurred but it is generally believed that the unfortunate man sat down upon the track andwent to sleep The body was not found until the next morning not until the the morn ing train had again passed over part of it About twenty feet from where the body was found a pool of blood was first discovered and upon further in vestigation the mangled remains were found lying between two ties Both legs had been severed and the body was otherwise horribly mangled Mr Mattingly was a son of Charles Mattingly and was liked by all wHo knew him He was an energetic hard working young man and hisi tragic- 4eahwilLbeinourpedby many friends Funeral services were conducted this morning at New Hope by the Rev Williams of the Baptist Church here JENSONTON News is scarce but I will try and write a few items The protracted meting which has been in progress at Beech Grove church closed Wednesday night The meeting which was conducted by Rev E E Summers resulted in twentysix additions to the church Mr W T Phillips was here Friday on business Miss Pattie Campbell of Springfield is spending theweek with her aunt Mrs J C Campbell of this place who has been quite ill of typhoid fever but is now improving Mrs Hughes Butler is very low of typhoid fever at present Miss Josie Coyle is spending the week with jeer sister Mrs Obe Pope Mrs John Milburn met with a serious accident one day last week While coming down the stairs at her home she tripped and fell spraining her ankle very badlyMi- ssAdzC Arnold spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents here Mr Hooker Key spent Thursday night with relatives here C W Green was in Springfield Sat urday on business Mr William Lay has completed the addition to his residence Several of our citizens attended court at SPringfield Monday- PLEASANT HILL The farmers of this community ire about throu hhcutting tobacco andare now busy cutting corn The threshing machine is now in our midst but it is later this season than it has been for many a year Revs Young andims are conducting a series of meetings at Antioch We wish them much success G W Shirley sold a herd of cattle to H H Graham for 208 Misses Clara Shepherd and Dora Crouch visited at the home of G W Shirley Friday and Saturday A large crowd attended the party here Friday night which was given in honor of Miss Shepherd Mr and Mrs Silas Burkhead have returned from an extended visit to relatives in Indiana Mr and Mrs G W Shirley were guests at the home of William Keeling Sunday Success to The Sun Subscribe for The Sun 100 year r it Lecture Course Prof George Colvin and Mr Theo Campbell have about perfected arrangements to give the people of Springfield a lecture course this fall and winter The talent which they will bring to Springfield will be of the very best and the entertainments and lectures should be largely attended There is nothing better for a town than a lecture course The opera house should fill to overflow ing when a good lecture is to be delivered Lectures are instructive and uplifting and the people should attend them To Men Only t playwrightthe Court House tonight No one un der sixteen anmitted Admission free News Briefs Last Thursday afternoon Miss Florence Lillard VanArsdale and Mr James Burnside Anderson were married in the Baptist church at Harrodsburg Doc Davis and Henry Coleman col oredof Harrodsburg engaged in a shooting match Coleman wasU hit hard twice but is not dangerously hurt Dr James Harrison Moore one of Harrodsburgs wealthiest and mostj loved citizens died at his home in that city last week The Nelson County Association of Baptists composed of twentyone churches with a membership of over 3300 met with Coxs Creek Baptist church on September 13 at 1030 ain V ILLISBURG 8 The farmers are very near through housing their tobacco and are prepar ing to sow wheat Many young peoplefrom this place attended the party given at the home of George Shirley at Pleasant Hill on last Friday night All report a nice time Mrs Will Sims spent last Friday with Mrs M A Shirley Miss Viola Vice has returned home from a short stay with Miss Katie Scott Merritt Hungate and family spent last Thursday with his lIghter Mrs Robert Sims George Prather and family spent Sunday with W S Brawley Miss Elizabeth Shirley has returned home from a few days stay with her sisters at Litsey s Miss Myrtle Sutherland visited Mrs Dudley Sutherland a fed days last weekMrs H H Tatum who has been visiting her mother Mrs bL A Shirley at this place has returned home Mrs J K Wells spent last Sunday atl Birchwood Miss Eada Gibson spent last Satur day with her aunt Mrs Martha Grider Mrs E E Brown has returned home from Lexington where she has been visiting relatives and friends John Perkins and family visited relatives near Tatham Springs last Satur day Miss Lela Goodlett attended church here last Sunday morning Mrs Richard Pinkston spent last Wednesday with her father John Ethel Rodgers visited at the home of T J Miller last week W S Brawley ind family will leave next Friday for Cincinnati where they will visit relatives and friends Ben McIlvoy and family spent last Sunday with his parents here Many from here attended court at Springfield Monday It was announced here last Sunday that the dedication of the new Christian church at Mackville had been postponed but we have been authorized to an nounce that this was a mistake and that the dedicatory services will be held next day conducted by Rev Buck nerisf Harroasburgi All are invited Some person poisoned a pet dog belonging to Miss Blanche Shirley This was evidently the work of a coward who having some grudge against the owner took advantage of the dumb brute in order to get revenge WantedBidesa I want to buy hides of all kinds Remember I AM PAYING THE HIGHEST MARKErPRICES M H JONES TOBACCO GROWERS Meet At Court House And Hear Plans For Organization of BurleyG- rowers CompanyAn Enthusiastic Meeting MEETING OF DARK GROWERS An enthusiastic meeting of the bur ley tobacco growers was held at the court house here Monday afternoon The court house was well filled and the address of HonW C McChord was attentively listened to and roundly applauded Mr McChord explained in detail another plan which is now on foot and which it is believed will be successfully consummated He is now in Lexington attending a meeting of the directors of the Burley Growers Company and at this meeting it is expected WilliiAt the meeting here Monday after noon the growers were asked to sub toMand subscription papers were in meetIingas was was due to the unsettled condition of matters rather than to a lack of interest on their part In order to give the capitalists who are to finance the Burley Company an approximate number of pounds of tobacco produced in Kentucky in one Season it is necessary to put men in the field to ascertain of the farmers the number ot acres they have in tobacco this season On next Saturday the growers of Washington county are requested to meet ate place in their voting precinct and select two men forthis purpose It is suggested that as many as a half dozen growers in each district will be sufficient to at tend to this matter They should select the men to take the acreage and have them start upon the work at once as these reports must be in the hands of the executive committee in ten days The men who do this work will receive liberal compensation for their services The first annual meeting of the Dark Tobacco Protective Association of Ken tuckyand Tennessee held at Guthrie Ky last Saturday was a success in every way There was fully 20000 planters and their families in attend ance Two hundred and ten carcasses and 3000 loaves of bread were dis pensed to the crowd besides each mdi vidval bringing a basket Seven brass bands discoursed music and good cheer reigned throughout the day Old men who had grown feeble in the black patch were conveyed to the pecameiyounger men who are to continue their brave fight against the trust LONG RUN Mr G H Christerson and family spent SUnday with the family of Mr James Vest Mr and Mrs Sie Harmon last Sunday visited Mr Marcus Cocanougher who is sick with typhoid fever The singing held at Mrs Lucinda Blacketus Sunday evening was quite enjoyable to all Mrs Mattie Wallace of Springfield and Miss Susie Cooley of Stanford were guests of Mrs Paralee Coca nougher Thursday Mr John Harmon and father were in Cincinnati Sunday Miss Mattie Begley spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Richard Best Mr and Mrs Hugh Robinson Joe Robinson and Miss Ora Goode spent Sunday at Mr Billy Goodes Mr and Mrs J H Goode visited their daughter Mrs Fannie Whayne near Perryville Saturday and Sunday Our farmers will get through cutting tobacco this week We have a better crop than we have had for years Mr Tarrie Gibson and Miss Lena Martin were married at Perryville Sunday Old TurkeysWanted Get rid of your old turkeys now I will pay l0 cents a pound for them this weekM JI JoN tri Will Quit Business Mr S B Thompson the popular proprietor of the Walton Hotel in forms The Sun that he will give up the hotel here January 1 and that he will likely move to another town though he has not yet decided where he will lo cate Mr and Mrs Thompson have given the public an excellent hotel and the patrons will be sorry to learn that they have decided to seek a new loca tion There are few more popular proprietors in Kentucky than MrcThompson and there are none who are more generally liked by commercial travelers Always accommodating and endeavoring to make their guests comfortable and pleasant Mr Thompson greatlymissedlic but by the citizens of Springfield Notice All parties knowing themselves indebted to Sidney reen deceased either by note or account will please call and settle same at once All parties having claims against said Sidney Green will present them properly proven to us on or before the 1st day of November 1905 C A GREEN AND up48 J C MCELROY Admrs of Sidney Green deceased SYCAMOREVAlllY Mesdames Emma Coulter and Nan Scott attended church at Mackvflle Sunday Miss Myrtle Sutherland of Willis burg was the pleasant guest of Mrs J D Sutherland from Friday until SundayMr Shields sold to Mr John Perkins five calves at 12 each and Mr J D Sutherland sold to Mr Perkins three hogs at 6 cents per pound Several from the Valley attended church at Wil sburg Sunday Rev Young delivered quite an interesting- serm and we hope to hear him again Mr and Mrs J D and Miss Myrtle Sutherland were pleasantly entertained Saturday night by the Misses Arm strong Miss Myrtle is a goodorganist Mr Ormsby Shewmaker attended the party at Mr Oscar Shirleys Friday night and reports an enjoyable time Several from the Valley antended the sale of Mr F M Shewmaker Thursday There was a large crowd present and things sqld welL Rev C C Allen is expected to begin a series of meetings at the Hfllsboro church the first of October Rev Allen is an able divine and we hope his congregations will be large Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland spent Sunday at Willisburg with the family of J W Sutherland Last Wednesday our blacksmith cut eight shocks of corn and put on twelve horseshoes and went to Thompsonvflle in the afternoon- Corn cutting sorghum making and seeding rye and wheat are the chief occupations oftur farmers just now Miss Hattie Sutherland spent Sunday atWillisburgEld Sutherland returned home this week from Polkville Warren county Ky where he closed a good a meeting with a large number of addi tions Money was raised to repair the house and pay off all indebtedness He will leave Friday for Green county to hold a series of meetings at Gillead church also at Thurlow same county TEXAS Dr Crosby and wife have returned to their home in Shelbyville after a visit to their son Dr Crosby here Several from here attended the teachers association meeting at Pleasant Run last Saturday All report an en joyable time Mr and Mrs John Peterson have returned from a pleasant trip to Louis ville P C W Peterson went to Brumfield yesterdayMr of Springfield and Jacob Peterson of thisplace went to Brad fordsville Saturday on business Mrs Minor Ransdale of Harrods burg spent last week with her father Rev J W CampbellaMiss Nellie Peterson who has been confined to her room for several wefts with scrofula is now improving On September 23 Mrs Sue HcGinnis Thompson aged twentythree died of consumption Mrs Thompson had been a sufferer for almost a year She leaves a husband one child and a host of friends to mourn her death The funeral took place Monday morning at 11 oclock at Bethlehem Rev PuitiML officiating I e 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1905im itMfr T1 ONE MORE CHANCE I TO + Z BUY LOTS ON VIRGINIA AVE L 4t Auction Sale on Saturday October 7 + TZ On auctthe above date I willoffer for sale at public tion five lots on Virginia Avenue This street is dread + titgraded and is now being macadamized Water pipes are tote extended and the residences will be supplied with water For information see tit E A COX t jiXI ii1I Z T MOURNEDt for TwentyOne Years Was bus band and Father i f Harrodsburg Herald A dispatch from rLexington in yesterdays Cincinnati Post says that Samuel Snyder who so mysteriously disappeared has returned after an absence of twentyone years A short time before he vanished he married Mrs Sue Lyen a most estimable Harrods urg lady The ceremony took place at the Commercial Hotel in the presence of many wellwishers who saw them depart on their wedding jour ney Shortly after this he and Mrs Snyder went to Louisville on a visit and he completely disappeared Mrs Snyder was convinced that he had either become suddenly insane or had met with foul play and advertised ex tensively for information as to his whereabouts and sent circulars to every police department in the country A few days after his disappearance his clothes were found on the banks of a creek in Indiana His son Otis Snyder offered a large reward for the recovery of the body but nothing more was ever heard of him until his return Monday At the time of his disappearance hew s the leading jeweler of Lexington The mystery of his disappearance has not been cleared up by his reappear ance as his son Otis Snyder declined to allow him to be interviewed at this time but he comes back a white bearded and wrinkled man of seventy five years of age and would never have been recognized by his oldacquaint ances It is said that an effort was made to collect the money on his life insurance policies but that the compa nies refused to pay without proof of his death and although no one doubted that he was dead proof could not be furnished Mrs Snyder died about years ago believing she was his widow Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you are you dont get helg from Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption J W McKinnon o Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with Pneumonia un der the care of two doctors but was gettingno better when I began to tak r New Discovery The first dose gave relief end one bottle cured me Sure cure sore throat bron chitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at C J Ha dons drug store Price 50 cents and LOO bottle free I a The Old Way Harrodsburg Herald In an inter view in the Frankfort Journal Judg- w S Pryor expresses strong reasons why we should return to the viva voce system of voting The judge served over twenty years on the appellate bench and says his investigation of election fraud contests proved con clusively that more frauds by two to one are committed under the secret ballot plan than under the viva oe plan He says it is possible under secret ballot for a few men absolutely to control elections by a few neatly ex ecuted frauds and that no way has been found to circumvent them whereas under the viva voce system each voter has his name recorded and can see that his name is properly en tered If a contest results under the viva voce system the record shows how each man voted thus greatly lessening the opportunity for fraud There could under this system be no wholesale perversion of the public asunder the secret ballot cast in secret and counted in secret The advocates of the retention of the present syste argue that corporations will be able control elections by coercing their em ployes to vote as they dictate but even that would not be so deplorable as to have dishonest election officers set aside the expressed will of the voters as they can and do under the Secret ballot The question is to be voted on in the coming November election when we hope the nefarious system will be stricken from the constitution and laws for all time to Kentucky comeJ Shawler of Coxs Breek was in town Monday and reported the death of two of his fine cattle One was a milch cow Valued at 35 and the other was a heifer valued at 25 Both animals were very fat and in good condition It is supposed they were poisoned by eating buck- eyeONLY AT NIGHT Can These Two Connecticut BoYs See Human Owls Afflicted with Disease Which Puzzles Scientists They Suffer in the Daytime But Play Joyfully After Dark Derby Conn Doomed to lead lives like owls is the fate of two little East Hartford boys to whom day is night and night Is day These boys can see only In the dark or in a very dim light While other boys are at play in the bright sunshine they steal away into sunless corners there to await the fall ing shadows that alone bring sight to their dayblind eyes Long after youths twice their age are in bed and asleep they keep up their play with top and marbles and tin soldiers So spry and wide awake are they after dark that midnight finds J them loath to sleep away any part of their day and nearly always they are bundled off to bed under protest Medical science and opthalmic skill are power less to remedy this perversion of sight The boys are Hyman and Abel White the only children of Mr and Mrs Sam uel White of East Hartford Hyma- is nearly seven years did and Abel four With both the defect of vision congenital Since the birth of th younger child their parents have sought the advice of the most celebrated ocu acfmediable The sight of Mr and Mrs White is not defective or abnormal grandeparents or greatgrandparents of the boysDr Samuel BSL John of Hartford an oculist who was consulted by Mr White said recently Nyctalopia Is medical term for being able to see onl at night but it is also used to express inability to see at night the exact oppo site for which however hemeralopia is the usually accepted expression Tho foremer no sure iforIs known to themedical profession Somewhere back several generations one or more ancestors of theso boys was similarly affected and now the disease after skipping many per sons has settled in these young per- Sons Albinism Is due to a lack of pigment oeeyes are not pres ent In the White boys whose eyes an hairare dark like those of their parents- It Is a noteworthy circumstance that Hyman Cohn a 15yearold wh lives across the street train the Whites has an eye affection that permits him to see only In the brightest light Coh nlgbtblindnessat night Startling Mortality mortalitylromprevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery Chicagotopation and Biliousness 25 cents a C J Haydons cJrusWstISubscribe for Battle With Snake Huge Reptile Escapes From Den at MidNight And Gets On the WarPath rj T THE IMMENSE PYTHON WOUND ITSELF ABOUT VEJHLES BODY Chicago Amlcl a discordant chorus of screeching monkeje shrieking par rots frightened canaries squealing guinea pigs and chattering song birds ia the semidarkness of a single light at midnight in the bird store of E C Vdhle on State street the proprietor and Cy De Vry animal keeper at Lin cola park battled threequarters of an hour with two giant pythons in mo mentary danger of being crushed to death by the ferocious reptiles It was as weird a fight as ever took place in Chicago and ended fortunately for the two men who succeeded in getting the snakes back into their den and found themselves uninjured Then it was discovered that the larger of the two pythons had swallowed two valu able ringtail monkeys and had killed 17 Java sparrows The two reptiles one 19 feet long and the other 16 feet in length and each as large of girth as a stovepipe were received from the Philadelphia house of the Vehle concern early in the week They were part of a recent importation of reptiles from India The snakes were confined in a strong box five feet square and two feet high covered with a wire netting When the store was closed at night the lid was left open so that the reptiles could get air the only bar to their getting out being the net the frame of which could easily be displaced Mr Vehle and his wife went to a theater and after the performance went past the store to see whether ev erything was all right for in the place there are nearly 4QUu birds and other small animals As Mr Vehle and his wife neared the store they heard a ter rific commotion in which every one of the 4000 little tenants of the cages seemed to be taking part Mr Vehle glanced through the win dow and in the dim light could see two great squirming forms threshing and wriggling here and there across the floor A veritable inferno It was with thousands of voices sounding terror and panic Mr Vehle realizing that the big snakes had escaped quickly unlocked the door telling his wife to wait outside When he entered the smaller of the pythons was just making for a cage of monkeys that had been knocked off a balcony and he grasped the reptile With a quick movement the snake tried to form a coil around his legs but he prevented it by jumping to one side not loosing his hold on the snakes neck Dragging and lifting andnaroundshim Vehle toward the box the flooresire Vehle outside could see the battle and in fear watched the struggle of her husband He shouted to her to telephpne to Cy De Vry at Lincoln park to come down Immediately sad bynMr Vehle was struggling with the python only a few feet away from its den A great cage of Java birds that had been knocked off a high shelf by the snakes lay on the floor alsoaoPanyand the two missing screeching and cries of the birds and monkeys continued and above the sound of other voices could be heard the deeper and harsher cries of a pair of baboons While Vehle fought with the smallei snake the other did not attack him hut continued swirling and squirming about the room knocking cages down and seeking to break Into them It was a little after midnight when Vehle succeeded in getting the smaller snake into the den ahd clasping the cover hadfgetdat the birds and monkeys and lay quietly on the floor Presently Cy De Vry arrived and the two attempted to lift the big reptile into the den Then the real battle commenced poundsnTo lift the dead even if he complacently lay still would be no easy task but the instant De Vry grasped him like a flash the snake wound his form In two coils around VehleB body and De Vry seeing the danger grasped the snakes head In both hands and ran around Vehle twice unwinding the coil before the snake could get sufficient purchase to crush Vehle De Vry and Vehle each seeking to foughttan hour the monkeys the parrots canaries love birds rabbits and other animals not once stopping their com motion and cries The confusion only added to the difficulty Nearly exhausted the two men were about to give up the struggle and summon more help when Vehle told De Vry he could club the snake into submission De Vry then struck the big fellow a half dozen times on the head with a black jack and the battle was won The two lifted the big form into the den It was then found that the larger python had swallowed the two ring- tails that hats occupied the cage that lay on the floor A bulge in his body two feet back from his head told the story of the little monkeys fate They had been destroyed before Mr Vehle reached the storeTJThe 19 Java spar rows killed were destroyed when the big python knocked their cagp to the floor These snakes eat only once a year Mr Vehle said afterwards They heard the birds in the store during the night and I suppose they got suddenly hungry and started out after a meaL SUCCESSFUL WOMAN Shi Makes Pictures For Uncle Sam and Is Very Suc cessful 1OSS BERNIE QATTAHSR Miss L Bernie Gallaher the assist ant photographer In the National museum at Washington is the only woman In that branch of the government service and her work has been singu larly succe sfulSbe line been a most valuable aid to that veteran in photography Professor Thomas W Smll lie who for thirtyfive years has been the photographer of the museum and who has photographed more eclipses probably than any other man in the Gnllaher is a native of Wash- Ington dud has been connected with the museum for the past twentyseven years She began as a clerk and about fifteen years ago took up amateur photography as a fad Returning from one of her vacations she exhib- Ited some of the pictures she had made They came under the observation of Professor Smillie He saw at once the merit in them and the possibilities of the artist under proper training It was but a short time after that Miss Gallaher was transferred to the pho tographic department where she is now doing work that has attracted the attention of artists as well as scientists throughout the country Microscopic photography is one of the branches lu which Miss Gallaher has done some splendid work This Is labor unusually trying both on the eyes and the endurance of the artist Another of Miss Gallahers special ties Is the making of lantern slides She has ome magnificent specimens of thta class of photography that have been used on the lecture platform In this country and In Europe In the museum are mauy tine specimens suit able to the purposes of scientific lee tures Unit have been utilized by the artist in this brunch of her work In the printing and manipulation of platinum paper Miss Gallaher is an export This paper Is used in pictures where It Is desired to bring out the lights and shadows In contrast and some of the results she has obtained on very large prints are so remarkable that they appear to be steel engravings rather than photographs Miss Gullahcr is also a fine adminis trative officer When her chief Is away as he frequently Is she is in charge of the photographic force which Is not In considerable Boston Globe The Colonels Waterloo Col John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family he did me no good so I got a 50cent bottle of your great Electric Bitters which cured me I consider them the best medicine on thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them ft Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Bilious ness and Kidney Disease by J Hay don druggist at 50 cents a bottle- More earthquake shocks were felt throughout Italy a W T THEROSSH r FEED CUTTER All Sizes All Kinds This is the best cutter on the marketdecidedly the best sufe durable and rapid Now that this is the season for such machinery I want the people to examine this cutter before buying elsewhere EVERY MA CHINE IS GUARANTEED it DO YOU WANT A IUGGY DO YOU WANT A GOOD Oft at a low price I am prepared to furnish it to you one that will give you satisfaction J B ROBERTSON Springfield Ky w T 4Ii NINNNH NN NN tN NNN NNNNN i THE POWER OF THE PRESS I NN NtN NNNN NN NN NNNN NN NN NNN Lebanon Enterprise in1eserin the old contest between the sword and the pen seems decidedly to be settling toward the bailiwick of the pen Notwithstanding the fact that one of the bloodiest wars in history is just being brought to a close the world is not belligerent as it formerly was People are more engrossed in other pursuits than in warring with their fellow beings And then the guns are so big and the explosives are so powerful and the projectiles are so deadly nowadays that fighting has come to be decidedly dangerous arid nonconducive to the pursuits of health and happiness and while we want powerful navies and great armies it is coming to the point that we want them principally for the purpose of making demonstrations while our diplomats are busy dickering for the most advantageous terms of settlement of our differences with our neighbors and so it is that the power of the sword is on the wane in these latter days Not so with the pen The power ex erted today by the army of quillpush ers through the medium of the daily press can scarcely be overestimated Especially true is this in our own coun try where the freedom of the press is unrestrained No other influence so moulds the thought of the people in the evolution of that great agency of moral force public opinion and it is public opinion that shapes the destinies of men and the course of events Public opin ion makes presidents and senators and governors precipitates war and demands peace gives rise to great enter prises and pushes them to completion overthrows corruption and punishes moral crime and public opinion is today largely a creation of the daily press And let it be said to its honor that the usuallyfuundas an instance the fight that is being wdged on corruption and bossism in our neighboring city Cincinnati led by the little Cincinnati Post Watch the out come of that fight and you will see again exemplified the axiom that official crime and corruption can not exist in the glare Let any set of officials it matters not how powerful theymay be how extended may be the avenues of their influence how well filled their coffersonce attract by corruption the light of the daily press and their days are numbered Through force of influ ence and power of money they may stem the tide for a while but the constant exposure to the glare as day by day the chain of evidence is forged about them by a tireless force must eventu ally result in their going down under the weight of public opinion Cox bossism must go downLebanon Enterprise THREE JURORS CURED Of Cholera Morbus With One Small Bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Mr G W Fowler of Hightower Ala relates an experience he had while serv ing on a petit jury in a murder case at Edwardsville county seat of Clebourne county Alabama He says While there I ate some fresh meat and some souse meat and it gaveme cholera mor bus in a very severe form I was never more sick in my life and sent to the drug store for a certain cholera mix the tsent me a bottle Ditlarrhoeahe had what I sent for at medicine was so much better he would rather send it to me in the fix I was in I took one dose of it and was better in five minutes The second dose cured me entirely Two fellow jurors were afflicted in the same manner one small bottle cured the three of us For sale by C J Haydon druggist f OeneneneOeneoeneoeoeoeoeo THE FIRST o n Bankn sn 0 oF n 0 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY a Lr0CAPITALSurplus and Undivided e n0 Profits 25000 no0oA aMcElroy Cashier La B Cain Aaat Cashier R E Foster Bookkeeper 0iI Green F X Campbell BHEdelen Hx Gruady n1 JndLOPolin e 0I We grant every favor coziasttQt e with safe If have ft 3Qe tt- eoeoeoeOeOeoeooeoeoeoeoeo oeoeooeoeoeoeOoeooeooaaeae YO UNEEDIT SALVE- CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J6w Thomas HodgenyOle Ky a one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence ofits won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 teati monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the put year This is a new salve having bees on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By AH DtMrp DR J W THOAtA- Hodjenvflte Ky oeoeooooeooeoeooeooooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoo VVHITEIJ Cream VermifugeTIE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVtMTE TtWC Or IHITATIVIM THC aCNUINK eMY BallardSnow Liniment Co feT LOUIS Mo- T site bra J RJb StclacCM + USBMARKS STIX CINCINNATI BootsSboesRubben 1fOQaS Former Congress n n sad GoY i T OFemll ef Virginia died at Rich mood Subtcribe tore TJaeSa s1ee- t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 J 4 YOURWINTER H C oJA L Now is the time to give us your order You know we handle the best goods H McClure Wells The Farmer Will find our Iin6 of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etct kcomplete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time the have been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the bestao The Page and Elwood Field Fencing Q The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeP rifhfun themrjica ng WouyandMcClure Wells Sprinrfllld K 4 1 Springfield Roller Millst i+ + it IPPride of Washington il Springfield s Choice Solid Comfort+ tz The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers fit tttXWi = zM Springfield Roller Mi- llsSCHOOLBOOKS Iam Haydons Drug Store you will find the cost a exchange price of the books of the State 4adoption 1 Retail Exchange I Price The Modern Pronouncing Speller JOl 006 McGuffeys Electic Primer j- McGuffeys 05 New First Reader 12 McGufFeys New Second Readert 4 20i 10 McGuffeys New ThIrd i 27 13 i14iMcGuffeys New Fourth Reader 35 17 McGuffeys New Fifth Reader A5 22 Rays Modern Primary Arithmetic i 19 O lgRaysRays ArlthmetIc7 V Natural Primary G iw i 4Q 20 Natural Complete Geography 4 80 40 Longs Exercises Part Il ivfe 12 06 Longs New Language Exercises Part IIui 17 OS Longs New Language Exercises Part III g 12 Harveys New Language Lessons I L 25 12 Harveys New for Schools 4J J 40 20 Maxwell Smiths Writing in English m 65 32 New Century Elementary Physiology s 55 27 New Century i 30 15 History of if S40 20 Electric History of U S S0Kinkea-dsHistory of Kentuckyi 65 32 Petermans Civil Government 45 22 Rational Writing Books 54c per dozoor 5c each t CASHDo not ask credit for school books you wia refused POSITIVELY NO BOOKS WILL E CHARGED ClJ Haydon 2 o S What will the President 001 He Has It In His Power to Do Much Toward Correcting the Dishonest Methods Practiced Upon the People By Large CorporationsHe Would Be Greater In the Minds of His Countrymen- It He Would Send to the Penitentiary Some of the Nations HighHanded Thieves and Looters 1 At the present tine we see much in the Republican Press of our State about purity t in politics In fact we are told that all that is good pure and incorruptible is embodied in and field sacred by the great leaders ot the Re publican party both in State qnd Na tional affairs About one year ago Judge Alton B Parker the Democratic candidate for President made the charge openly that Mr Cortelyou who was then the chair man of the Republican national com mittee had by virtue ofathe official position he had held at the hands of the Republican administration been put in a position to and was receiving from large corporations in the United States vast sums of money to carry on the campaign of corruption that was being made by the Republican party Mr Roosevelt who was then President of the United States and who was a can didate for reelection denounced the statements made by Mr Parker in such vigorous manner and in such a force Sil manner that it carried with it con viction to the minds of many and made for him thousands of votes throughout the United States because many people believed that Mr Parker was mistaken as to the facts and many people irrespective of party affiliation have since that time looked upon MrrRoosevelt as the arch enemy of the corruptiOnists but this opinion in the main has had for its basis what the President has SAID rather than what he has DONE The time has now arrived for him to take action If President Roosevelt was sincere in his vigorous denial of the statements made oy Judge Parker then the candid admission made by Mr Perkins vice president of the New York Life Insurance Company that the officers of that company had con tributed largely of the policyholders money to his election in 1900 and 1904 must have been a great shock to him and if the President jvas sincere in his denials at that time and if he is as honest as he would have the people of the United States believe him to be he will see to it at Once that Mr Cortelyou the late chairman of the committee that received the st len goods will be at once dismissed from the official house hold of the President and the cabinet position which Mr Cortelyou now holds will be at once filled by another and if the President is the believer in fair play and honesty in public office he will also at once see to it that another cabinet official Secretary Wilson is decapitated because of the manipulation of statistics in his department that caused a loss of millions of dollars to the cotton growers and mule raisers of the United States It will not do for the President to say that Mr Cortelyou did not kpow whence came the money received from the Life Insurance Companies nor will it do for him to say that Secretary Wilson did not know that the statistics gathered for the people and paid for with their money were being sa manipulated as to place millions into the Pets of speculators at the expense T the producer for it is his duty to know it and if he was not a party to it he has exercised his showlhimevent one of which inbound to be true he should be nj longer retained by the President at the expense of the taxpayers of the United States The admission made by Vice Presi dent George W Perkins of the New York Life Insurance Company before the legislative investigating committee shows that the National Republi can Committee knew that during the years of 4896 1900 and li04 the New York Life Insurance Company had through its officers put its hand into the pockets of the policyholders and taken therefrom over 150000 and do nated it to the National Campaign Committee This charge is now known to the world and we are of the opinion that every charge made by Mr Parker as to this corruption fund is absolutely true Ought not these offenders be punished W6 think so Ought not laws be enacted and enforced to prevent such things reoccurring We think so These laws must come from the legislatures of the eastern states and from the National Government both of which are dominated and con trolled by the Republican party and these prosecutions must be conducted by the courts of the eastern states and the National Government practically all of whom and republicans Can we hope for relief from the source from which it Must come We think not The old adage th tHA friend in need is a friend indeed is as true todoy as it ever was and we can not expect to receive a vigorous prosecution of the thief at the hands of s 4r 1 the recipient of the stolen goods nor are we credulous enough to believe that a man with the mental capacity that our President has and with the wonderful determination that he has of knowing everything that concerns him can succeed as a candidate in two presidential elections without knowing or even having an intimation of the vast corruption funds that were used in his behalf Nor can tee believe that these high officials of the great corporations of this country who are men of great business sagacity would be so bold as to put their hands into the pockets of the policyholders and unlawfully take therefrom money unless they had the assurance that their crime would go unpunished and that in turn they would in some way be rewarded Thefts of the peoples money by the officers of corporations have become so common thatthese men who should be required to fill a felons cell now openly try to justify their action Mr Perkins the vice president of the New York Life Insurance Company claims that the success of the Democratic party would mean a depreciation in the securities of the life insurance company and for this reason as a matter of business the money was taken from the policyholders and trans ferred to the National Republican Com mittee Let us see if carried out to its logical conclusion where this would lead us If the officers of a life insur ance company have aright to use the money of its policyholders or if the officers of any corporation have a right to use the money of its stockholders to the election of a man when they thinkthat his election will de preciate its property then the officials of any city or of any county in the state or the officials of any state in the Union or the officials of the National Government as a matter of business to the citizenS would have a right to place their hands into the treasury and draw therefrom a sufficient amount to pre vent the election of any man or set of men whose election they in their minds had determined would bring about a depreciation in values of prop erty We do not believe that the great masses of the people are ready to accept any such theory for the govern ment of either a corporation or a city or a state or union but the present policy of the Republican party has a tendency to rapidly lead us to accept such a conclusion There is a widespread feeling among the citizens of the United States to the effect that more rottenness exists today in the various departments of the National Government than ever existed before in the history ourcountry1 and we are not prepared to say that this opinion is groundless or without foundation for there is no department at Washington City that is willing to be investigated except by its friends The Republican party through its nationalcommittee accepted the money of the New York Life Insurance Com camIcompany had no right to make such a contribution We say that they knew this because we know that the men charge of the Republican national paign were men of more than ordinary intelligence and they were bound know that it was wrong to steal OurI law makes but little distinction between the man that steals and the man that accepts the stolen goods knowing them to be such and notwithstanding these startling disclosures we are forced to say that we have in vain listened for one word of disapproval to come from a Republican statesman or a Republican press It is a notorious fact that the last three Republican national campaigns have been conducted and won by the use of gigantic sums of money col lected from the great corporations of the United States and it is likewise known that the men at the head of these giant corporations are never willing to part with a dollar that they are not lawfully bound to pay unless they can see where they will be materially benefited Now the question addresses itself to seriousminded citizen of this Government what did the Republican party have to offer in return for the money unlawfully taken and unlaw fully accepted Was it immunity from punishment for unjust and discrimi nating legislation If not we call upon each individual citizen to answer the question for himself regardless of his politics Mr Roosevelt in many respects is a remarkable man and for various rea sons has been much admired by the American citizen It is true that the President has received m u c h deserved praise from the nations of the earth for the conspicuous part that he played and the great effort made by him in bringing about peace between Russia and Japan but this will not satisfy the American people We want to see the great trusts and com bines controlled We much prefer to see convictions of the Violators of the Jaw rather than hear so much thunder about threatened and intended prosecu tions We prefer to see adequate laws and just laws enacted to protect the people from the injustices done them by the great railroad corporations of the United States rather than hear so much talk about proposed legislation We prefer to see the political debaucher and highclass thief generally known as an embezzler wear the garb of a felon rather than to hear so much about civil liberty civic rights and pu rity in public life The time has come for the President to act The promised extra session of Congress for needed legislation has not been called and the loud talk of but a few months ago of placing laws upon the statute books to control the great corporations has faded to a low whisper and we are now told that the responsibility for such legisla tion must rest with the United States Senate but what can we expect from that body a majority of whose mem bers are multimillionaires with vast holdings in practically every interest about which they will be called upon to legislate The large life insurance com panies of the United States are gathering in each year untold millions from the people and have put out vast sums ot this money for campaign purposes and to United States Senators employed as attorneys and who never earned a dollar that they received from the com pany yes more than this it has been recently discovered that large sums of money have been paid for the services of an attorney which were services to be rendere4 long after his death A department of the Government was created by Congress for the purpose of inquiring into the inner workings of the great corporations of this country and it was given full power to make a thor ough investigation but unfortunately the information received was to be communicated to the President only and only such acts as he in his judgment might deem necessary for the publics good can be brought to light We say this provision of the law is unfortunate because it makes it possible rfor the President if in possession of the knowl edge that these corporations hadi unlawfully appropriated the funds of the stockholders to withhold such informa tion Would the President ever think that the country ought to know that the New York Life Insurance Company or any Other corporation had taken vast sums of money wrongfully for the un lawful purpose of buying his election and doesnt such law render it practic ally impossible to have a change in ad ministration so long as enough voters can be purchased to carry the election in the United 1hadits departments and during all these years it has had it within its power to enforce the laws regulating the abuses of which we complain or if they eon tend the laws are inadequate then they have had it within their power to enact such laws that will enable them to correct these abuses The Republicans have it within their power now to enact such laws and if the President in his message to Congress demands the enactment of such laws and if he hardlybelievegive the mUcfrneeded relief but if it does refuse to do so the 1I0ngsuff people will rise in their might and sweep from power this party is fostering these institutions which are sapping the life out of the American citizenRealtyBargains 96 acres with 5room house good land near Mackville 230096a- cres on county road near Mackville improved 2000127 acres at Card well on pike well improved 2000 166 and 196 acres Washington county farms highly improved both bargains at price 60 an acre310 acres Mer cer county farm as good as any 100 land price 60 ran acrel00 acres in two miles Harrodaburg on pike a bargain at price 60 an acre171 acres Mercer county farm new residence fine grass land only 30 an acre producing36 an acieStore property and residence at Bondyille Mercer county only store fine trading point 2500 And many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky e Race fight yPittsburg 21All- of the reserves at the South Side Police Station were called out this afternoon to quell a race riot which was started ShakespeareSchool they succeeded in restoring order ten upbythey had to be sent to their homes The police made no arrests but after restoring order took the names of the white boys so that they can be sum moned later The riot was the culmination of trouble which has been brewing since the opening of school September An unusually large number of negro pupils applied for admission to the schools this falL The were scattered around among the white pupils indiscriminately samei obiseparate seats from the negrpes but the teachers refused to discriminate pupilslefttheir parents Judge Miller refused to appoint a receiver for H N Martin Cop tobacco dealers What will You READTHIS WINTER You will Save Money By selectin vourreading matterfrom Suns Club bins list t THE SUN AND Both pa persirr Bryans Commoner ML75 Weekly CourierJournal II L50 Weekly Louisville HerahLN L25 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Week Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farmo 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews A t25 Lippincotts Magazine 285 zine 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 160x CLUBBING RATES WWII L LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year S5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday S 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 8 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 34 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 SO The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year7 4 00 Address The Sun f Springfietdy- aeceOeCeceoeOeoeoeaeoeCe w eQeQQeOQaeaQQQgeQ t 4- c 1 r r J Ul p Q0 4THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1105 i ISIS1S1SISSISSIISISIIIPubIicSaie Of RESIDENCE Of SidneyGreen Dec d Saturday October 28 1905 We will on the above date at 2 oclock proffer for sale to the highest bidder the beautiful new 10room residence located SpringfieldKynew and uptodate in every respect Mr Green had it built under his own supervision and using nothing but the very best material that money could buy This house bath rooms both on first and second floors electric lights allover the hole a splendid cellar large front and back porches 6 large closets and china cabinet stable carriage house smoke house coal house and in fact everything necessary for comfort and convenience Enclbsed with yardnicelygrowing This is a beautiful location near graded school and a place that is complete in every respect At the same we will offer for sale the this property fronting on Main street 60 feet and running back about to the branch We will also sell a lot of household furniture Sale will take place at the house Terms made known day of sale For further information call on or address r 5 C A GREEN and J C McELROY Admrs 48 Sidney Green deceased 811 818 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday September 27 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Uttered at the postoffice at Springfield il for transmission throng the as secondclass matter l TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIoN oeYBariSir Months 50 3Biree Months 25 changedalwaysegOing as well as the postoffice to which you WiAh it Rent DEMOCRATIC TICKET COCKTT JUOOEB L Liteey 3JayeiCODXTT REP CteybrookeSHERirrJ HCPERIJfTESDEST OF J W Bush JjuixB Geo D Catlett ASSESSOR T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy COBOXEB JM Montgomery MNNNNN N NN NN NNNN NN N NNNN i STARTLING DISCLOSURES i i Lebanon Enterprise Was theI tlij From disclosures before the Armi strong Committee of the New York Legislature it may easily i be deduced that both bribery and i theft were freely employed by i the business end of the Republi- cani party to accomplish his defeat When such measures em ployed solely for the purpose of defeating the will of the majority f i receive the warm applause of men known over the entire coun i try as leaders in business and so i cial life the decline of the Republic is at hand and its fall or j overthrow dangerously close i Further what must real lovers of i their country think of the chief f beneficiary of such corruption i I our President who with a knowledge of such conditions re i ceives the honors of the office sand its emoluments without asblush S NN NNNNNNNNNMNNNNNNNNNNN Register Register next Tuesday Next Tuesday is registration day If you want to vote next November register next Tuesday If you are going to leave hom- next Tuesday register before yon leave Dont sigh for the wiltedroses but hustle for coal The roses will voluntarily come up through the earth agin but youve got to dig for your coal See the point dont you The man who buys from mail order houses ready advertise its e This is just the season of the year when a great many young fellows would like to get married but cant because the eagle on the dollar squatted on the wrong limb But there is a more seri ous problem confronting us vho have done chawed our weddin cake and Deceived congratula tionsa much more serious prob lem that of buying boots for the boys shoes for the girls a cloak for our wives arida couple of suits of heavy underwear J or our selves The Democratic nominees for county office go before the people asking not fortrial but ask for a reelection because of du ties well done Col Bill Owens is in Louisville preaching pure politics again Thats an old joke but its still a little funny Politicians generally speak ing sas an exchange are hogs We dont dispute But they dont feed on slop betI your life and tHey dont on corn but they relish graft which is coin S Over 60000 of indebtness against Washington countypaidt in seven years by the ficials What better record could you ask of them Is a man a cowar1whos afraid of his wife Honest now is he MOORESVILLE Corn cutting will wind up this week Farmers are seeding rapidly and a large acreage of wheat and rye will be sownMrs Stella Hardin and daughter Elizabeth of Lakeland are visiting a the home of Mr and Mrs W 0 Ellis There have been four car loads of coal shipped to Booker this week Mr McAndre visited at Mr Nimrod Smiths last welfkT In a conversation with a prominent Republican the other day he said that he was for Litsey Mayes and Clay crooke and that they could not be beaten by either the Democratic or the Republican party I thought the selfsame thing Mrs Clara Bishop went to Louisville last Sunday She will undergoan ope ration for appendicitis- Mr Shelby Crume took his daughter Della to Louisville last Tuesday to be examined for hip disease Charley Boblitt of Springfield is vis iting relatives at this place Messrs Ed Boblitt and JamesTobin of Springfield visited friends here last SundaySeveral of our citzens attended the tobacco growers meeting at Springfield last Monday Mr AL Reddick and family of rewee We were extremely sorry txi hear of the death f Mr J F GribBens who lived here fin a number of years He was an honored citizen and a Christian Your scribe offers his sympathy to the family in their bereavement- If you need anything in the nursery line send in your orders by October 8 to W 0 Ellis Mooresville Ky and he will attend to them for you Dr Sam C Crume and family are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs A C Yates Subscribe for The Sun 100 year NEVER Perhaps Never The following paragraph is from oar Long Run correspondent It is not often that one lives sixty six years on the same farm and then sellsjout and goes 1500 miles away to spend the remainder of his days Yet this is what Mr Harvey Lawson who isnow nearly eightythree years old expects to do Only those who have had experience in this way can fully realize what a change of this nature means Mr Lawson has but one living childa son who recently came from Rockwell county Texas for his father who expects to start on the long journey this week All of his grandchildren and his two sonsinlaw live in Rockwell county So long has our old neighbor been our counsellor and friend that we hardly know what we shall do without him As helurns his face toward the Lone Star State we can only say Friend farewell and may the blessings of God rest on thy frail formThere is more meaning in the above paragraph than appears up on the surface In cold print it only means that an old man is going to move from Washington county Kentucky to Rockwell county Texas That doesnt amount to a great deal does it It will require but a little while for him to hurl himself as it were from his old Kentucky home from his old friends and old haunts and old paths of sixtysixI years treadingonly a whileonly a little while going but the comingthe coming back when will that be Not with the moons of November not with the tides of Christmas not with the harbingers ofspringnot then Not with the garnering of the harvest of another fall never perhaps never PRATHERS CREEK MrJ H Mays has been suffering from hay fever public school was suspended for lOur on account of the illness of the but opened Monday Tobacco and corn have been cut in this section and some rye has been sown Some farmers are waiting ora light moon to Sow their wheat while others claim that Ut1e moon has nothing to do with the caseY but well take a chance and wait until the next light moon Mr J M Russell recently sold to Bonta Brothers of Mercer county some heavy cattle at 4 cents Mr Logan of Danville Ii few days ago bought several mule colts in this section at prices ranging from 40 to 50 per head Mr W S Christerson and son JM and family visited at the home of Mr G H Christerson one daylast week Mr Ed Graves is sufFering from stomachtrouble sicktlist this week Messrs WW Stewart and Leslie Mays of Stewart visited at the home of J H Mays Sunday night and attended court at Springfield 1n Monday Mr J H Mays sold to Gabe Shew maker a fiveyear ld brood mare for 140 r May success attend the efforts being made by the burley tobacco growers to thoroughly organize fFrom Another Correspondent 1 This is a very busy time with the farmers who are taking care of their grain and tobacco and we findvery little time to write Mr H R Robertson sold a mule colt to John Cocanoueher for 55 Mr and Mrs R T Begley visited the family of Hanson Robertson Sun day Mr Felix Graves of Illinois and Mr Camilus Gillespie w rcin our vicinity SundayMrs Tom Lair of Illinois visited the family of J R Noel Monday Mrs R L Brady visited Mrs Charles Pope Sunday The Misses Taylor visited their cousin Miss Sallie Holderman Saturday night and Sunday A musical entertainment was given at the home of J H Mayes Saturday night MhRobert Milton visited the tamil Y of W H Whitehouse Sunday Miss Henrietta Noel visited her grandparents Mr ajid Mrs H C Gil lespie last week Misses Lillie and Mattie Whitehouse TuesdayBornToPope on the 21st a fine girl MatherlyandCahale friends in this neighborhood r t 1 i J fWE ARE NO W r RwN and Silk and Sateen Petticoats Flannelettes Out ing Cloths Beautiful Linen stable linens nap kins and scarfs All the Latest Hand I Our stock of Mens and than usualandd we will offer some special we bought a lot afc closingout prices We also SkirtsMineralfor men and S and K line for boys and young I 1a 1flO I I f E lSPARROW Mrs S E Vowels who is seventy TuesIday coveryJ Stewart sold to T S Stewart 10 shoats averaging 51 pounds at 4Jc per pound Mr R G Mayes and wife of TattleS Town and Mrs Jennie Robinson and daughter of Newport visited at W M Crossfields last week Miss Opha Black and Ed Gheatham and Tommy Rudicelle were guests of Miss kappa Barnett Sunday Mrs WC Cammack and little Miss IsaTyisitedMrs J P Cox atChap lin on Jay last week Tfcijr singing school which is being conducted at Prices chapel by Prof James Gordon will close next Mr Ike Price and wife of LawrcnceI burg attended church at Prices chapel Sunday Rev J F Johnson preached at Prices chapel Sunday morning and evemngIyf R Moore and wife John Thomas who runs a thresher got his arm caught in the mac ne and mashed one day last week Mrs Gilbert Price who has been ill of typhoid fever at the home of her improvingB insvil e has been visiting friends and relatives here for several weeks Its Astonishing You wont believe what a great dif ference really good flour makes until you try our KENTUCKY STAR brand excuse for worrying along with anything less than the best for the best is no more expensive than the other kinds and it does more and bet the best time to try it Chaplin Water Power Roller Mills D StiTHERtAND Prop 1 Ladies Ready= toWearK Suits r I I WaferI A r 1II Is a good thing to take during the typhoid fever season AnyIkind you want at Red + Drug StoreSMOCK t HAXDOM PROPRIETORS y W C GRIGSBY THEF A OPTICIAN Will be at the Walton Hotel in Sprint eyesfitEyes Examined FREE z 1t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 5 i t 81818181 Fall Goods Arriving i Our immense lineof fall goods is now being received and we desire even at t this early date to extend an invitationto the people of Washington county to colt in and + examine it v t I It Will Interest Men and Women Alike I Our line of mens and boys clothing is the prettiest ari most stylish we have ever shown I JExtranice line of Ladies Stocks in Battenburg and Silk Fiber r An uptodate handsome line of Ladies Lace Collars I Dress Goods and Outing Cldth In our dress goods department will be found some unusually pretty patterns all the latest shades Our shipments of outing Cloth was very large and we are prepared to give the trade some bargains in the class of goods I undY Mclntir 1fxII IX fZI iEssi Local News Notes Needles oil arid supplies for all makes of machines at Taylors opposite The Sun office Dr J B RoBards sold his fine harness stallion to Mr Leonard Baker this week for 350 If you have anything out of repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office r Wellsarejini settlement Call and settle Mr E Brown of Willisburg will opert a general merchandise store at Wilmore Jessamine county about November L Dan Nance an old colored man of this place was adjudged of unsound mind in Judge Litseys co rt last Saturday and ordered to the asylum STRAYEDA thoroughbred down buck strayed from my SoutI about three miles east of formation will be appreciated W M YOUNG The Childrens Day of the Presbyte rian church Sabbath celebrated oh next Sunday beginningI at1030 Beer Latimer will deliver an address A protracted meeting will begin at the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian church the Second Sunday in October Rev W T Overstreet the pastor will be assisted by Rev T D Latimer NOTIcENotice is hereby given that my son Harvey Sea has left my household and all persons are warned not to sell him anything on my account as I will not be responsible This Sept 25 1905 47j4B C SEA- The will of John F Gribbens was probated in Judge Litseys court last Monday The will disposed of an es tate valued at about 4000 After providing for the payment of debts he gives his son Oliver 500 and personal property The remainder goes to his wife and after death the remainder if any will revert to the son Rev J A Taylor pastor of the Parkland Baptist church Louisville will commence a protracted meeting at Springfield on next Monday night The evening meetings will begin at 730 and the morning meetings at 10 oclock Rev Taylor is a very fine speaker and will doubtless make the meetings profit able arid entertaining An unusually large crowd attended County Court here Monday Consider able stock was disposed of much of it being bought by stockmen from other counties though a great many mules exchanged hands among Washington county buyers There were a large number of very fine animals on the market and they brought good prices Mr W S Gibbs of Willisburg was among the most extensive buyers i Mr H P McChord who has had charge of the telephone exchange at haFresignedof good positions offered him but has not yet decided what he will do As manager of the telephone business at this place Mr McChord has been unusually successful having taken charge onlyIcellent condition and he was recognized by the company as one of their most competent men The people of Spring field regret very much that Mr McChord and family are to leave The Postoffice Department at Washington has ordered that after Septem ber 30 all boxes onrural routes must be numbered The following section from instructions received from the department is selfexplanatory 4 The numbers assigned to boxes on EACH route will commence with No 1 which will pertain to the first regulation box reached by the carrier after leaving the starting point of his route travelling in accordance with official description box after box thereafter to be counted and given the proper number in regular sequence in order of service from No 1 to and including all those boxes entitled to service lO- cated on the route H Convention Called Republicanlnoon a mass meeting was called for next Saturday afternoon for the pur pose of nominating candi ates for county offices The meetin will be held in the court house and will be called to order at 2 p m ++TiHi ++++ ++ IrSKIRTS AND HATS + SSi SiS SStS SI8 818 it+I will have no formal opening this season I AM TOO BUSY to make arrangements for it My line of Pattern and Tailored Hats are linow in but new ones are received each week Ihave also received a beautiful line of skirts + z SI SISSISISlSSSISISIS- r a Mrs Kate Williams i + + + hh 1 t leQeaea aeaeaeaeQeaeaeOeQee 0 0 e Personal Notes o e ooe Visitors In andOut of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News e 0OeOeOe Mr and Mrs George Austin of Lebanon spent Monday here Mr and Di rsA H Cunningham have returned hom after a weeks stay in Louisville t Mr and Mrs EL Carl Litsey and little daughter Sarahof Lebanon spent Sunday at the home of Judge W Selecman 1thisMisses Katie Green arid Katie attMrs Oscar Walker attended the funeral of her sisterinlaw Mrs HC Walker in Louisville Dr JN Spalding is here to spend a few days with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertlein spent several days in Lexington and Louis ville last week Dr J Hj Lampton left this morn ingfor a two days visit to his sisters at Sonora Ky Miss EIiJbeth Leachman has re turned from a visit to Mrs J B Hill at Lebanon Will Russell has returned from a trip to Louisville and Lexington Mrs J W Lewis and daughter Miss Mary were in Louisville last week IMr John Kfclly was in St Marys F Mrs John F Simms and daughter Miss Sarah were in Louisville one day last week Miss Louise Wathen of Louisville spent several days here lastt week She von her way to St Catharines to enter school Mrs Leo Haydon and little rson spent several days in Bardstown jfc i Mrs W W Ray and daughter Miss Sue visited friends here last week Mr J C McElroy was in Louis ville last week Messrs Gwinn Marks and Juan Londetta attended the Sun minstrels at Lebanon last week Little Miss Olivia Clements is visit ing in Lebanon this week Miss Margaret McChord left this week for Louisville where she will attend school Miss Lida Grundy of Valley Hill spent several days here last week with her sister Mrs C C McChord Miss Mary Bell Montgomery is visiting in Louisville this week Misses Ella and Carrie Thompson are visiting in OwensBoro this week Miss Hattie Blanford is visiting her brother in Louisville Miss Flora Mudd entertained at euchre last Wednesday Prizes were won by Misses Willie Knott Katherine Cain and Mrs W E Leachman Misses Annie Mayes and Viola Brown have returned from a visit to Mrs Mahon at Lebanon MargaretSpalding the week Mr Robert Blanford and wife have returned to their home in Louisville after a visit to his mother at this place Miss Margaret Russell spent Sun day here Mr and Mrs Porter Myers of Lebanon spent a few days at the home of W E Ray Mr Logan Bosley and sister of Lebanon were here Sunda 9 Mr Logan of Danville attended court here this week Dr John Shaunty of Fredericks town was here the first of fheweek Mrs J B RoBards has returned home after a twoweeks visit in Har rodsburg She was accompanied home by her father Mr Buster Mrs J I Wimsatt is in Louisville for a few days- Mesdames Phillips and Exall of Lebanon spent Tuesday with Mrs JJ W Lewis of this place Mr and Mrs A R Shultz were in Lebanon Monday Mr Price of Owensboro brother of CfL Price Was called here by the illness of his mother Mr Joe Spalding spent Sunday here He was accompanied by his little daughter Emma who will spend a few days in Greensburg Miss Myrtle Price has returned home after a visit to friends in Bards town Mr and Mrs John Wig ngton and Mrs Bennett of Spencer county were guests of Mrs M J Waters and Mrs P J Thomas the past week Mr Ben F Simms returned from Chattanooga Tenn where he was called by the serious illness of his brother Mr John Simms Mr Simras IS not improved Mr J B Robertson who is at Rdme Ind where he is being treated for rheumatism is reported to be im proving His mother who accompanied him returned home Saturday evening Mrs Emmet Nunan and daughter Elizabeth who spent a few days with relatives here have returned home Miss Mary Briggs McElroy of Lebanon is a guest at the home of Mr A C Kimball Misses Grace and Bennie Waters en tertaincd quite a number of their young friends on last Friday night in honor of their cousin Miss Zilpah Roe of Mack- villn All reported an enjoyable time CHAPLIN Messrs Reuben Moore P R Mc Mackin M Y Murphy James Suther land and Millett Rush attended the State Fair last week Chaplin is losing quite a number of bit r boys and girls who are leaving to enter school at different points Among those to leave are Misses Janette Dawson Stella Houtchens Ethel Bush and Sallie Mae Williams who will attend Millersburg college Miss Bertha Snider Jessamine Institute Nicholasville Messrs Stanley Dawson Nelson Nor mal school Bardstown Will Edd Houtchens Millersburg Military Insti tuteMessrs Noel Rush of Springfield Osso Stanley 6t Louisville and Everett Keeling of Willisburg were here Sun dayMiss Jennie Cokendolpher is visiting Mrs Fred Grigshy at Springfield Miss Ethel Holmes of Lawrenceburg who has been the guest of Mr J M Snider has returned home Miss Artie the neice of Mr Snider who accompa nied her here will remain indefinitely- Mr H C Hungerland of Memphis has purchased the store of Williams Bedford at this place Miss Fannie Dawson is teaching the Maud schoolIMr D R Sutherland has bought ten mule colts at prices ranging from 50 to 65 He also bought a heavy draft horse price private v Miss Willie Castle Hughes entered school at Bloomfield recently and Miss Jennie Cokendolpher left last week to attend the Springfield high school Mr Charles Dawson has gone to Greely Colorado where he will accept a position Aunt Sibbie Hays a highly respected old colored mammy died recently at her home near here Corn cutting is in full blast here Help is scarce and the farmers are having to pay from lOc to 12Jc a shock Mr Ben Duncan has gone to Miss issippi to accept a position Mr John Tennell cut his foot severely while cutting corn He suffered a great deal for atime but is now better Several from here will attend the dedication of the new Christian church at MackvilleSunday Miss Artie Robinson spent a week with Miss Eva Sutherland Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Largest ckiBest Selections Lowest Prices It We are showing the largest and best se lected stock of goods in Springfield All the new effects in Dress Goods Mo hairs in cream plain and changeable colors CLOTHING 1 11seenGuaranteeFAY STOCKINGS We Are Sole Agents For this Celebrated Stocking We have these stockings for Ladies Boys and Girls They need no supporters Best for wear health comfort and economy Try them the next you buy Press Goods Storm Sergf Cheviots Prunellas Venitians Broad Cloth Sackings +ricbisy overts Granetes and Henriettas All of- the above in black and colors 36 inch black and Colored Taffesta silks SI to 5150- 36 inches black PaudeSoie Silks 5110 150 Fancy Plaid Silk Waistings and Plain and Plaid Mercerized Vai tings Miscellaneous Our assortment of Outings And Flannelettes is very complete including choice styles you Will not find elsewhere in our town Underwear for men women and children in Separate pieces and Union Suits Our stock of Fancywears and Novelties is very complete Remember we have the exclusive sale of W L Douglas and Kneeland Fine Shoes for men KriDpendorfDittman Co for women and C E Shoes for boys and girls These makes guarantee comfort and wear and are moneysavers Your Winter Needs Blankets Comforts We are showing a great assortment of Blaiftftts Copt forts Lap Robes and Horse Blankets These goods werf bought earlybefore the advanceand we will give you the benefit of the old pricesI We most cordially invite you to visit us before buying Cunn Duncanc t Y rfvTFa i rwizc f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 CONSTIPATIONis f terofageand it is just as common a condition a mong child ren as it is with their parents The condi tion is far likelyto stagedevelop ouslywith the little folksbe- cause of the dimcnlty in detecting it constipatktimelyseeDP CaldwellsL tr- eeSyrup PepsinThis is the greatest remedy known for prrecting constipated conditions Dcrnt is affected but Administer a dose of the medicine occasionally hangeforlivelier disposition goodthingic good for the whole family Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsia can be btainedin both dollar and halfdollar druggistsYour refunded if it does not benefit you pudl Yo ELL5errBOOK OP WONDERS and free sample to those tI1o have sever tried this vroadczfal Pothers write today PEPSIN SYRUP Co iKUttrU IMItNis LET SOMETHING GOOD BE SAID BY JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY Whenever the fair fame of friend or foeThe of disgrace shall fall instead Of words of blame or proof of thus and so Let something good be said yetMayhead Even the cheek of shame with tears is wet If something good be said No generous heart may vainly turn asideIn of sympathy no soul so dead But may awaken strong and glorified If something good be said And so I charge ye by the thorny crown And by the cross on which the Savior bled And by your own souls hope of Lai renown Let something good be said The Reader Magazine for October Perewaraed Will you tell your sister that I will call this evening Sure but youll be more apt to fin her in if you come unexpectedly Brownings Magazine registrationGen I N Walker formerly com manderinchief of the G A R died in Indianapolis f Quite1 Different haterAOh no rips married Tatler Little Flashes henILast year her eggs and chickens produced 280000000 of the wealth of this country Without the hen it is hard to say what would become of the American people The new wig which John D Rocke feller has bought may not cover a head full of some kinds of brains but it covers brains that know how to produce wealth An Ohio milliner has bought herself fame and fortune by working the price of each of her new hats with silk thread on a conspicuous part of the hat How ever when a fifteendollar hat has been sold at the marked down prick of 228 the 15 appears on the hat and not the 228 A woman recently died in Arkansas at the ade of 105 years who had been the thirteenth child born on the thirteenth of the month Who says that 13 brings bad luck hisA Remedy Without a Peer HI find Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial thin another remedy I ever used for trouble says J P Klote of Edina Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation these Tab byGOverSized Fowls birdra more one most poultry breeders realize and wise takes in this direction are only too fre quent one of the most common being that of breeding from oversized birds Of all the tiresome inmates of the poultry yard a big clumsy male bird is the worst and he is sure to be a great disappointment because a large num ber of eggs from his pen will be found unfertile It is the sprightly active normal sized bird that is the good eggsIthe right kind of stock chicks that thrive and grow well There Is another Pointthe big framed birds carry an undue amount of bone which Is waste and such are less desirable In the market Being coarse looking and rangy they are passed by for the more compact birds which show a proper proportion of meat and bone Then birdsdsized ones therefore never try to breed oversized fowls neither liens nor cocks London Mail Francis 1I PeabOdy a millionaire banker of Boston died suddenly of heart disease e Do N Neglect a Cold Every cold weakens tile Lungs lowers the Vitality and makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus paving the way for more serious diseases CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES PERMANENTLY CURES Consumption Coughs Golds Sore Throat Asthma Whooping Cough Ironch tls Horsnes Sor Lungs EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS HORE HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES DOS NOT CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH nrr mALLif LocKmAR mtutfiviit Tsx says Mw Yaw aM BaUanl HerheaedftuB La sal family for veral years aadlt aIwa clrM MtbraoUaa Whea the ohildrea had Creapaad fTfcfrirjimj Covch tt IwrnrrrellmMI them at once Bed I weald not be irtth attIa thekMM uUIa tile BEST MEDICINE we knew otn list ItflMdj fir CIlireLEyery Bottle Guaranteed THRrt alzsa 2r so an 100 MALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY- Cl J HAYDON Springfield Ky rt HOW Did This Tree Get So Far Beneath the Earths Surface FINDS TREE DEEP IN BOG Historical Society Is Puzzled Over the Relic Unearth Char coal Also Vineland N Jformer Postmaster Theodore A Gardner of South VIne socJerwithbelow the surface of the ground in the Clayvllle clay pits Near by the tree was found an excel lent quality of charcoal How it got there is not known The tree lay north and south and was below a strata of clay imbedded in a sea of black muck of the consistency of jelly Local geologists cannot tell whether the tree and charcoal were washed here from the north during the glacial pefiod or were deposited by an upheaval of the sea thousands of years ago The wood of the tree was not petrified as is often the case with samples found in muck nearer the surface Bones of Two Giants Found Two skeletons each measuring more than seven feet in length were discov ForesttnearFondDuLack those of two ordinary persons and the thigh bones are almost six longer than those of a sixfoot man The bones are In a good state of preservation The skeletons are thought to be the remains of some prehistoric race- Different Her Feather Young man my daugh ter can never be yours Her LOjerI dont want her to be my er I want her to be my wife Philadelphia Bulletin Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible bru tality if Chas F Lemberger of Syra cuse N Y had not done the best he boyhesis eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Goo for burns and ulcers too Only 25 cents at Haydons drug store A LITTLE TOO HIGH For a Safe Jump In Case of Fire If They Build It WORLDS HIGHEST HOTEL New York Syndicate Arranges for FortyStory Building WiU Eclipse Everything New YorkA 4Ustory hotel will soon be constructed Thirtysecond street vet of Broadway on the site of the old louse of All Katioiib When tbls structure is completed it will be the highest hotel building in the world and one of the most magnificent The plans have so far progressed that bids tor the work will be advertised for In a Tow days The property is situated 175 felt west of Sixth avenue at Us juncture with Brbmlway in Thirtysec ond street Us ground dimensions are 125 feet width and 200 fm depth Tim ning through Thirtyfirst strict Uor inj show that the best of rock founda tions can he Pound within feet of the present surface and that a sky scraper unsurpassed anywhere on earth can be built with absolute safety There will be aiTonimodatlonsin the fnakelitsuite uf parlor bedroom and bath will be a refrigerating box for wines and provisions All the beds are to He of brass and the furniture will be of mahogany Another novelty will beTlced water for drinking purposes laid on in every loom Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years of Suffering I had been troubled with lame back for fifteen years and I found a complete recovery in the use of Chamberlains says John G Bisher Gillam Ind This liniment is also with ItisJContractors Notice Bids will be received at my office in Springfield up until noon on Saturday September 30 for the construction of a concrete sidewalk on the West side of Court Square Springfield a distance of about 200 feet For further infor mation call on T S MAYES County Attorney W C Subscribe for The Sun 100 year p WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYIWHE when you want to Lave a job of work done have It done at home If you go away from home to buy or If you go away from home to have work done nine times out of ton you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the hpme mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his goods to ybu lie has known you for years he is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mallorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look maycomebackimillionaire in a European home The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the honorIyou compare your of the man who bought from the big mailorder house HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty fl T Irvine McElroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Hardin Weakley Tinners and Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc CoW NOE and at the most reasonable C W Ha an Dealer In v Ice Beer Etc W Dealer In James and Jeweler Done on Short Notice Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes Dealers Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc J- Ed M Fine line Watches Clocks Etc BOYSDo Here is the way to get ONE Go out among your and friends and get 4 FOUR 4 Subscriptions to Springfield and we will you the The is an excellent one to keep correct time It an s open face stemwind nickel sthe cut in this These watches are being by business men all over the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with himor to take with him when he goes out to work or to play and I lcEvery boy in every in calf get on if he will only devote a few hours to soliciting Write to your who live in other and other States and tell them to send you a dollar for The 5uh to them watch Sun four cash and get the THE SUNjL N Trains Arrives at at Bardstown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Louisville Outgoing Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville ROBERTSON Blacksmithing Repairing prices Groceries E Leachman Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments J Graves Watchmaker Repairing Grundy Claybrooke Mcintire McElroy Shultz In Russell Silverware oneA GOOD neighbors Cash Yearly The Sun give watch timepiece guaranteed stemset casejust advertisement represents carried community Washington County friends counties explaining thatryoirwanVthe BringiThe subscribers watch and Railroad Time Table Incoming Springfield Arrives Leaves Trainsj Vegetables Jeweler onlyNo 825 p m 735u 650II 600 oJ DailyNo 4525a m 617u703 755 Daily No 43 1240 pm1 1100 a m 9 30u 730H Suny only No 90 715 a m 800u845 935 I 705p m 552u502 410II Daily No 44 120 p m 220 410 p m 545 p m THE SUN 1 PER YEAR 1 r Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreasonableprices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Dr J1 M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First KyOfficer B D LAKE st= Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable iathworldSEE R1 Am Nalley or =THE UPTODATE BARBER When you want a clean shave a rlfirstclass iaircut EVERYTHING CLEAN n Searcy Building iII Dr J LAMPTON OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky DL J C NUIO SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE CJ KATDCjSg Office Hours 12M to 2p IL Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD Ef Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 9tMISS ELLA ADAMS NURSEJ TELEPHONES i7 Qay r 49r= N hf 10 T SCOTT MAYES 7 ATTYAT LAW Springfield Ky WashingtOnandand Federal Courts c C McCHORD r ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washitiandlrlon peals p IW E SELECMANA- TTYATLAW Springfield Ky WashtnitoOnil H E WALTER ATTYATLAWeSpringfield Kentucky p13ctieetInjoining counties T s S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWilt 4 a able Phone 84 eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeooo HAYDON THOMPSON Undirtakirs aril EmialMerss Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 p i We carry in stock a full nne oVBUI111 Robes and Caskets Y s We are Fully Eiiiipped tt It will be our earnest endeavor to jsh9wthe people every kxteeer y o e11II o e i tIS a 45 THE SPKINjFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27T1 11 t 11 11 11 f The Fri nd I Of the Stronger I tMemorial Day Story 1B HOMARD FIELDING M 1 Copyright Iso by Charles w Hooke I 11 11 11 t11 11 t I TI HERES a young lady over there whom J know said Graydon Ina tone which indicated a very agreeable sur prise Oielieve Ill run acrors and speak to her He was upon the point IOf rising when his companion laid a re straining hand upon his arm and ask- Ed Where In the little whiz cart just by the end of the reviewing stand white hat with a black plume See her JYes was the reply I see her But I wouldnt go over there if I were you puzzledIWhy not he asked Youd better get some of the names of the dignitaries on the reviewing stand before the speechmaking begins You wont have more than five or tea minutes I guess youre right said he Id better stick to my Job What the deuce I should have done without your help Ireally dont know Ive no more notion about reporting an affair of this kind than your horse has And now Mr Blake be added poising his pen cllJiJouUgive me a few 6f those names you will earn once more the blessing of the stranger How long have you been doing newspaper work asked Blake Nearly two years But Ive never done anygeneral reporting I began to write book notices for the paper during my last year In college and the editor suffered me a regular Job after gradua y tioIlvedone a few theaters conceits = lectures and that sort of thing and it 1eeemed to me that a Memorial day eel ebration wouldnt offer any great dUll culties especially as I write shorthand and can get all I want of the speeches without bother But in regard to Incl dents and people Id have been all at sea If you hadnt picked me up at the depot You see I was never here before and dont know a soul v err queer that your city editor should have sent a stranger remarked Blake Couldnt he get hold of some one who knew this town V Everybody else was busy replied Graydon and the city editor had a row with our regular correspondent here and fired him yesterday At this moment the girl in the automobile looked In their direction and made the smallest possible gesture of recognition Upon my word grumbled Gray don reaching into the bottom of the wagon to pick up his pencil which he had dropped In his hurry to raise his hat She didnt recognize me She bowed to yon I have the pleasure of a slight ac quaintance said Blake with a grav ity which struck Graydon as odd and even mysterious He was about to address a question to his companion but Blake seemed to perceive his Intention and to avoid the subject hastened to give the names of the dignitaries upon the reviewing stand Graydon jotted down the names mechanically but his mind was busy with another matter Why did Blake use this peculiar tone in speaking of Miss Lorrimer There was a vague suggestion in it that the young lady was hedged about by some peculiar misfortune I met Miss Lorrimer at class day two years agosaJd Graydon in the first pause and 1ve seen her half a I WOOTiDHT GO OVZB THEBK dozen times since then atthe houses of friends in Boston but the last time was nearly a year ago Ive led the life of a galley slave of late with my confounded work on the paper and a soul narrowing melodrama that Ive beentrying to write I havent been anywhere nor seen anybody Do you know the gentleman who is with her Her husband said Blake And having spoken the words he shut his Ups together in a straight hard line Graydons notebook slid oft his knee but he did not stoop for it He stared at the mass of people on the stand and their murmur seemed to rise into an x excited clamor r Who ihe7 he asked And he was amazed at the change in his voice John C KIrby responded Blake with the manner oLa sullen and angry witness in court The sentiments of Blake in regard to this matter coil jJtuted a puzzle which might have Interested Graydon powerfully except for the greater interest in his own He might have interpreted one by the other and have reached the natural conclusion that Blake had been in love with Miss Lorrimer perhaps without realizing It until too late This was not quite his own situation for there had been moments when the pro nptlngs of his own heart had been unmistakable That Blake could ever have hoped to win Miss Lbrriniers love seemed hardly probable for he lacked the qualifica tlons so far as Graydon could judge by sifrltfan acquaintance I think I will go over and speak with Mrs Kirby for a moment after the exercises said Graydou Dont do It said Blake laconically- Is Kirby afflicted with Jealousy asked Graydon half In jest Yes was the grave response Its a mighty sad story At this moment there was a call to order and the assemblage slowly grew quiet With the aid of Blakes local knowledge Graydon was able to follow the preliminaries leading up to the or Harlrwella rumor general would deal with up to date pol tics In a somewhat lively manner and Graydon was fearful that Important points would escape him because of his dense ignorance of political matters But those who had started this rumor had maligned Harwell He stuck to the theme and lessons of the day and made a really admirable address Just at the close of the address Blake touched Graydons arm and djj ctecf his attention to the motor cam wtfoSe occupants the young man had been mercifully permitted to forget for a few minutes Graydon was Just In time to see Kirby reach across and take from her hand something that looked like a visiting card He glanced at it and then glared like a dragon Raising his head his eyes met Gray dons and the young man felt as if he had received a blow from a club Whats the matter with that old vil 10lalnwhispered to Blake Is he crnzy1 Something of the sort wasthe answer Its a tragedy But whywhy In the world did she marry him Blake shook his head She Is an orphan as you know said he she had no one to advise herr Advise her echoed Graydon That mans face is advice enough I should think Why the deuce does he glare at me soIf queer and thats a fact said Blake Can it be possible that one of her friends lias recognized you dhas sent that card to tell her that Vou are here Some silly girl may have pone It and that would be enough to excite Kirbys Jealousy Graydon was beginning to be angry Theres no reason why I shouldbe afraid of him said he Im going over there by and by To please yourself said Blake gravely and to raise a trivial unpleasantness for her The obvious Justice of this Criticism affected Graydon for the moment and he devoted his attention to the proc- eedIngS But there was a streak of obstinacy in his disposition and he held to hIs purpose Youd better stick to me said Blake when the speaking was done Ill drive you down to the depot and you can put your stuff on the wire for Boston in time ton the late afternoon edi tions of your paper m be with you In three minutes responded Graydon as he sprang from the wagon He made his way toward the automo bile and as he approached be was greeted with a frightful frown from Kirby while the lady gave him a hasty nod and turned her face away It was her manner which decided Grnydons course He sadly acknowledged her sa lute and pressed on making a circuit through the departing throng and re turning to the point where his serviceable chance acquaintance awaited him During the ride to the depot he devoted himself wholly to business set ting his notes In order so that he could transcribe them more rapidly and add ing various details suggested by his companionYou sit in the wagon and write your stuff out said Blakfe When you get a batch ready go In and file It with the operator Theh come back Perhaps I can help you out as you go alongI file my Introduction and the names of the committees and notables now said Graydon Then Ill come back and do the speeches As he entered the waiting room of the station on the way to the telegraph office he glanced through a window op- posIte and saw Mr and Mrs Kirby Their heads were framed as In a pic ture In a moment they vanished one to the right and the other to the left Graydon ran across the room and went out upon the platform under the grimy vaulted roof of the shed Mrs Kirby alone was walking slowly toward some seats where the usual hu man miscellany was waiting for trains Graydon overtook her Just as she was about to sit down fbeg your pardon said he I She turned startled and glanced at him and then beyond him in a manner most significant Obviously she expected Mr Kirby to appearat any moment Mrs Kirby said he I couldnt go away without speaking one word She stared at him blankly Mrs Kirby she repeated Who Is Mrs Kirby Why why yon of course he stammered III dout understand said she But r you must tstop to explain My uncle Is coming and he will be very angry Whowho is your uncle liThe gentleman who was with me Is Mr Kirby your uncle 11 dont know any Mr Kirby My ui des name Is Lorrimer James Lor rimer I have mentioned him to you But what have I done to him gasped Graydon Why Is he angry with me My goodness she replied with spirit Why shouldnt he You practically accused him of robbing the bank IT The story that you wrote In your paper about the Farmers bank of this city simply made him furious But I didnt write it he protested I never even read It I saw the headlines but I didnt know there was any thlngJn It bout him lIMr Stearns says you wrote It Mr Stearns I dont know him He la your paper correspondent here and he The pascal He probably wrote the story himself He was fired from the paper yesterday Thats why Im here today Ill look Mr Stearns up before I go back to Boston and gently reprove him But you were with him today You were In a carriage with him at the un veiling of the monument and be sent a card to us while General Harwell was speaking He wrote on It If you will promise not to make any use of the In formation before tomorrow I will tell you who wrote that bank story Uncle looked at him and gave his promise SUE STARED AT HOC BIiAXKXiY with a nod Then Mr Stearns pointed to you And uncle was crazy because If he hadnt promised he would have gone over and talked to you Graydon pressed his hand to his forehead ILets think said he Lets see means That fellow met me here this morning He Introduced him self under the name of Blake and said he was on the press committee and would take care of me I was very grateful because Im absolutely green about this business and hadnt an ac quaintance In the city He has stuck to me ever since and has given me points What kind of points that The names of people andand anI Let me see some of them Graydon gave her a sheet of cOpy You may know some of these he said Theyre the ladles In charge of the singing Miss Lorrimer glanced at the paper and burst Into uncontrollable laughter- I happen to know them she said as soon as she could speak because their names have been in the local paper here a great many times in the last few days There has been a very amusing strike of the scrubwomen In Carvell Cos dry goods store and theseshe pointed to the sheet of copy these are the women Graydon was pale with rage In another minute he said hoarsely I should have telegraphed this awful nonsense to my paper It would have cost me my job and Mr Stearns alias Blake would have been very neatly revenged upon our city editor who tired him If I hadnt met you That was what Mr Stearns was anxtous to prevent said she Of course I should have told you who he was and that would have spoiled the plotHe was clever very clever said Graydon between his teeth Then he suddenly extended his right hand Lorrimer caught a glimpse of the face of Stearns alias Blake at the corner of the depbt and the next moment she was alone and anxiously awaiting the noise of combat Five minutes later Graydon return ed wrathful and disappointed I missed him he said He dodg ed me somehow He glanced at the sheets of copy and the notebook which Hfae had gathered up during his ab sence What In the world shall I do about this yarn It is sublimely ridiculous said she so far as I can judge There isnt a name thats right and som of your facts are uniquely twisted But I know most of the people anil we can jlx it up together Uncle will be here In a few minutes and hell hqlp us uYncleI qh engage to manage him said she He has a hasty temper but at heart he is the kindest of men I dont much care what he is said Graydon with deep feeling so long u lioa your unclesonly yourjwcle o X3yyt tt+ omen + z Readers Cheerful Menl Family meals are of the greatest Im portance In the household and should be a scene of refreshment rest and pleasant intercourse Instead of that they are too often looked upon as simply the means of acquiring a certain amount of nourishment as quickly as possible The result Is that nourish merit is not gained because the food Is eaten too hastily to properly digest The desirable state is regular meals with plenty of cheerful pleasant conversation The state of mind has very potent effect upon the digestion Serious trouble is apt to take away ones appetite entirely Worry wIll spoil the best of dinners All should be as bright as possible at mealtimes In the olden days jesters were kept at table to excite the merriment of the diners But to provide a background for a cheerful meal the tableshould be bright and pretty the people Who surround it should be tidily dressed Children shouldbe taught to always lappear neat at the table out of respect to their parentsThe of many people is all that could be desired for most of the day but they are careless about break fast At that time they are only partly clothed appearing in dressing gowns with hair not properly dressed This certainly shows luck of good breed ing and by rising a little earlier time could easily be found to dress completely Reading at mealtime is very bad A bOOkS very tempting to any one who nas to eat a meal alone but will hinder rathe than aid digestion It Is always nette to seek cheerful company than to ta mind and digestion at the same time A Rainy Day Cle et- A rainy day closet is a device Invent ed purely and simply for the allevia tion of the care of mothers In it are placed toys to be mended games from which the Interest bas tem porarily departed pictures to be out out and pasted in scrapbooks speci mens of rocks to be classified a book of conundrums one on familiar science from which easy experiments can be taken on trial a charade book story books new and old and for all ages crape paper for making flowers sheets of old calendars from whose thirteen figures the game of numerical patience could be made pictures of persons and place mounted on cardboard and in tended specially for the convalescent ward in the childrens hospital sew ing Initting and crocheting materials stam s to be pasted materials for kite making In a word anything- A list of the articles and shelf where each s to be found is placed on the in side f the door and a custodian gen erally the oldest daughter is appoint ed vho sees to It that the article chose i Is delivered to the child choos- Ing II No one is allowed to ask for different for an hours al though the different articles may be exchanged during the hour from one child to another Motherhood It is popularly believed that women are Instinctively maternal says the World of Dress that every girl baby brings into the world with her this lovely material for the making of a good mother She ripens It on her dolly she pours the rich full effect of It on her first child Nothing of the kind Maternity is a craft Poets may be born and not made mothers never A baby demands something more than the seductive cluck which is common to slovenly old nurses This popular Idea of maternity is the most expensive fallacy we have from the nations point of view Hundreds of brave sot diem and sdllormen in embryo are laid untimely to restIn such pathetically small coffins Just because in the poor er classes the girl mothers idea of devotion is to feed the new creature on ua little bit of everything she has her self BUY TurkcyRaising The distinguishing feature In the different breeds Tot turkeys Is In the color of the plumage and the size writes a correspondent American Cultivator The bronze and the Narragansett are the larger varieties the slate and the buff are next In size and the white Holland and the black are the smaller birds Next to the bronze the white Hoi lands are probably the most popular and are one of the hardiest and most profitable varieties to keep Their beautiful snowy white plumage bright red neck and head and black beard on the breast give them a most striking appearance The standard weight is less than for most other varieties rang lug from ten pounds for young birds to twentysix pounds for old males but the size is very satisfactory on the mar ket as it is not always the largest birds that command the best prices The Narragansetts which are next to the bronze in size have been perfected in the New England states especially in Rhode Island and Connecticut Their color is black underneath with each feather ending In a point of steel gray edged with black This gives a grayish cast to the entire plumage As they are full breasted and have a prou 1 and upright carriage they make beau tiful birds They are strong and vig orous the standard weight for the male being from twenty to thirty pounds and for the female from twelve to eighteen poundsThe buff and slate varieties are not so common In the bush the standard calls for a pure butt color throughout the entire plumage The standard weight runs from eighteen to twenty seven pounds for males and from twelve to eighteen for females How ever I believe that these extreme weights are seldom attained It would seerff more appropriate If the slate turkey had been called blue as the standard calls for a solid or ashy blue plumage throughout The female is lighter colored than the male The weights range from eighteen to twentyseven pounds for males and twelve to eighteen for females The blacks are not as common as any of these other varieties and have been neglected for some years How ever interest in them has again been awakened and they have become a- very desirable Variety Many of our standard breeds + Dry teed For Chickens One of the best possible rations tot a chick whether reared under hen or in brooder 18 what we call dry ration writes a Pennsylvania farmer In Amer- Ican Cultivator It is the nearest approach to the natural diet of a fowl possible to attain This method calls for all dry food sn has rolled wheat and oats small broken corn rice or grain of any kind small seeds and beef scraps mixed To this should be add ed small grit of some kind The beef scrap should be of good quality that has been properly prepared and nicely ground This kind of food can be greatly improved by the addition of some well broken peas and beans and a little properly prepared clover The peas beans and clover furnish the vegetable and green food the rest the grain seed and animal portion of their diet giving them a most perfectly bal anced ration Should it be preferred to add to this a mixed food it should be thoroughly scalded If cooked or baked so much the better for this takes away the unnaturalness of the food but little trouble from feeding is experienced when this method is fol lowed Chamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that aid nature Ire always the cough relieves the lungs aids expectoration opens the secretions and in restoring the system to IThe Chicago Allied Printing Trades Council has pledged its support to the striking printers I ABOUT THAT WINTER GOAL HOWS THE TIME t Have your house filled with the E tICOAL efore the snows come lI thgblacks CoughRemedyacts Haydon Have You Thought M WW N Jones i Tired NervousWhen you feel languid tiredf nervous and irritable your vitality is lowyour supply of nerve energy exhausted and your system running down foc powerThe of the body are working poorly or not afalland you are notgetting the nourishment needed This soon impoverishes the blood and instead of throwing off the impurities distributes it all bringsdiseaseFeed the nerves with Dr Miles Nervine a nerve food z nerve medicine that nourishes and strengthens the nerves and see how quickly you will get strongand vigorous- My wife suffered with nervousness typbolCfever IhardlyexdteLSbeShealsoache Dr Miles Nervtne was recom mended by a friend After the first nJghtresttreatment she was wonderfully Im proved Continued use of Nervin ham completed her entire KOTJB 1021 Cherry St Evansville Ind ywrdruggistfirst bottle will benefit It It falls he will refund your mosey Miles Medical Co ElHarti Ind t Peoples Deposi- tJlank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER lid CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20Hf OFFICES Gee D BobertsonPretdeat-Hon L H Thnrasan vicePrrideat- J A Boulware Cutter Chas JL XcChort Lest Gas lec H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Gee D Bobertson V L GnJuMt ceJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed oooooooooooooooooootootooo 80HAYDON Sc THOMPSON LIVERY STAKE Springfield Ky Nice OalfKs Per Tratefc MM PHOIX li O OOOOOOOQoa JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And r Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCrT Best Attention- Ever courtsey shown Handsome Lisa of Caskets aid IwW hoes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 aaoQQOQOOQQ oic1 FEE FE T T I C AfiTT- T K SoiH i1-a That tick on time can be bought iI- f at Graves at a low price Aloe a = nice line of jewelry Have your 1W eyes tested and glasses fitted w Call and see him W t 3J3 t 5- w WORK w T- ri R JasW h W t ft- w uraves W 1 w ST W W w W W I 1 3aR r I E THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 CANT EAT IThenyonrnerves an unstrung appetite fails you ndj you feel as though thebottomhaddrop payingtheinflicted upon yourself by hastilyeaten and improper food thcxghdelicatethey resent illtreatment Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsin IS the gfatt remedy in the world fo correcting and curing all forms of stom ach and digestivetrouble andvigortoand perfect working condition oftheselar or halfdollar size of DR CALD yourdruggists itioesnotYour postal card request will bring by return CALDWELLSB00 wondesfsl1sasdyDo PEPSIN SYRUP C- Me uIIe IlIIa81 For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store ALWAYS BE TIDY here GolaeirollDdThere Is no need to look untidy even if you are working about the house You cannot be so cheerful nor so self respecting wlen you are carelessly dressed as when you are neat and presentable and even the home work er who has no help with a little good management can be both If gloves are worn to do the dirty work In they can be drawn off at any moment and expose n pair of hands free from dirt A clean cloth wound around the head when sweeping will prevent the hair from becoming dirty removedA good plan for the home workers Is to have a large overall to work In which when taken off will display a neat dress quite free from fluff and dust The home worker has a better oppor of her good looks than the busIness girt She has nothing of the strain of traveling In sometimes dirty cars and through smoky tunnels and often muddy or dustyIstreets She can always depend properly prepared and cooked meal L while the business girl musts put up t with what she can get but there is no reason why she should not pay atten tion to her dress the keynote of which should be neatness and she should be as tidy in appearance as It is possible for her to be Detroit NewsTribune ARE YOU TOO PLUMP Blaek the Thinnest Color a Stoat Woman Can Wear White makes a woman look innocent winsome and classic Clear white is for the blond cream white for the bru nette Is it not the woman In white who has all the attention and the wide eyed young thing In white with a blue ribbon who captures all the beaus Blaclr ults the fair a poet tells u It is the thinnest color a stout woman can wear Indeed the woman who wears black to best advantage Is she who Is stout and has black eyes and black hair It Is well known that in gowns of certain colors flesh seems to shrink in others to expand- A subdued shade of blue heliotrope and olive green with black of course are the colors under which flesh seems less ostentatious while Wedgwood blue pale gray and almost any shade of red are to be avoided Mauve and the highest shades of green are the two colors that In decoration about the throat and shoulders are especially helpful IW diminishing the effect of flesh V Mrs Sarah A Price expired of heart trouble soon after retiring for the nightI the Cincinnati millionaire soap manufacturer died at his hunting lodge near Detroit Mich ChamberlainsCOLIC Diarrhea Remedy A few doses of this remedy will invariably cure an ordinary at tack of diarrhea t epidemicssuccess It can always be depended upon even in the more severe attacks of cramp colio and chol era morbns It is equally successful for summer diarrhea and cholera infantum in children and is the means of savingthe lives of many children each year When reduced with water and sweetened itis pleasant to take familysbonldkeep Buy itnow It may save life PZICL 25c LARGE SIZE lOo HOURJTSTir tlie Tenor Was Fined Thelate Judge BiflO Hall of Chi cago took great delight In telling the following story of Punch Wheeler Wheeler at that time the advance agent of a minstrel company had returned to New York before the close of the theatrical season and a frIend meeting him on Broadway asked him how he had found business Very bad said Punch so bad that the only way we could pay thfi members of the troupe was to flue them It worked splendidly too and by the time we reached Texas the man ager had squared up with the whole company excepting the Qrst tenor who was such a proper chap that there was no chance to find fault with his actions At Galveston Mr Tenor sang for his solo The Lighthouse by the Sea and for an enCore responded with Over the Hills to the Poorhou e That gave the boss the opportunity he was looking for and he levied on the songsters salary for the entire amount first for telling the business we were playing to and second Ifor giving away the route of the showJudge lilt It Right Here Is a curious bit of reasoning on the part of n little girl in a north country bard school The examiner wished to get the children to express moral reprobation of lazy pcojle and he led up to if by asking who were the per sans who got all they could and did nothing In return For sonic time there was slleuctbut a last thq little girl who c Ij reasoned out the answer Inductively i om her own home experiences ex c timed with a good deal of confidence lease sir its the babyL don TtBlts And He Didnt Look It George said he went to a Turkish bith last night and thats what kept h m out late remarked Mrs NewH v ed 1 dont believe there Is such a thing a a Turkish bath replied her mother You dont Why Because I saw a Turk once C athollc Standard and Times Her Refusal firstIMiss ChicYes I noticed you came up three times How It Happened TomDo you see that pretty girl hi the hammock JackYes What of her TomI saved her life last summer Jack Indeed At the seashore Tom No on the front porch t proposed to her and she said shed die if she had to marry me so I excused her Detroit Tribune Beyond HIM Limit Percy =Wl1ut did she say when yon nightflarry plus she would marry me Percy Why dont you give her two pins Harry Because she meant diamond DispatchIChoir Chatter Give us a tune urged the music rack in the choir loft Be obliging Even the bells play when they re tolledNo growled the organ In Its deep est tongs Ill be blowed if I do Baltimore News Making Payment All I have In the world I owe to my wife murmured the millionaire who was about to lull and I guess I better square up with her right now And he proceeded to put all his pos sessions in his wifes name Louisville CourierJournal Life Course Marriage remarked the old gentle man Is a great educator Yes replied the young Wife Since my marriage I have taken two degreesone as a cook and the other as a trained nurse Boston Tran script An Insinuation Do you believethat man Is made of dust Mrs Hasherly asked the frivolous boarder Not all of them Mr Slowpay re plied the landlady Dust settles promptly Chicago News Not Equal saidBiffsouCant ber replied Bangs They say theres no end to tuneand Im broke Detroit Free Press Regarding Phyllis line hath a dimple In her chin AUfhedsed about with kisses And Cupl i lies intrenched therein A wee sharpshooting manikin Who very seldom misses Philadelphia Pass READ THIS Hopkinsville K June 7 1901Dr- E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for the past three years and from experience I can sav Inave never sold any kidney and bladder remedy of superior merits Most respectfully THOMAS D ARMISTEAD A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidneyand bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women childrenIfsent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle as two months treatment cureDr0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all druggists Might Be Worse Winks What makes you look blueI JlnksI have six daughters none of them married or likely to be Itifouthat ever breathed I have six daugh ters all married all have children and Ive got to support the whol- ecrowdN Y Weekly Tired of Waiting Abner Slopoak desperately Mmay I name the day Jemima Jones deslsively No Abner Slopak in al rmWhY Jemima Jones frankly Because if you put it off as long as you did your proposal we never will he mar nod Ill name the day myself1 Cleveland Leader What Turns the Tide What turns tHe tldesT the maiden asked Her manner was so shy The youth looked at her bathing suit Before he made replys At length he sild What turns the tides Is more than J can say But if they saw you coming Im Quite sure theyd turn your way Judge SUGGESTIVE Whitey What are you looking so sad and grumpy about BlackOh every time tsee a chick en it reminds me of ham and eggs Chicago News Finance Some people by Investments win Of this there isnt any doubt Tou go and put your money in And wonder who will take Itout Wash n s toftjStar How Humorous They were showing us through the conservatoryThis dneS Is a specimen of the royal palm of India andbaveHero we were compelled to chuckle at our own humor The famous itching palmiChIcago Sun Cause and Effect I dreamed I was at the North Pole The room was too cold probably That sort of dream usually has such a cause But heros one I cant explain Last night I dreamed I was dead The room was too hot probably Cleveland Leader ShopWorn This said the dealer In antique Is a genuine Rembrandt lad ed replied Mrs Neuritch with a critic glance at the painting Whats it redu ed to- Reduced 1 Of c urse Dont you spose I kin see its secondhand Philadelphia Press lE NATION SUFFERS MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Throughout tHo Ililted f ittN4 ort suffering dally from Rheumatic troubles Neuralgia Catarrh Skin troubles Sore Muscles Sore Feet nail yaTIjmiH forms of aches svelllii S and bitlainumtions Are you one of then If xo I otter and guarantee Instant relief if you will use the wonderful healing external remedy Paracamph an I direct Go to your druggist today and get n bottle of Purncauiph First Aid to the Injured Apply it according to directions and If It falls to do what I claim for It go back to your druggist and get your money This is a fair proposition Take advantage of It today The reason Taracamph cures the troubles above mentioned Is because when applied itr opens the pores of the skin penetrates directly to the Interior cells soothing the aching nerves oiling the muscles drawing out the fever soreness and In flammation by Inducing sweating It cures In a safe and harmless way Dont ruin your stomach and nervous system with strong Internal medlclnesr Use Paracamph the safe remedy Dont hesitate try Paracamph today Sold only In 2uc 5Qc and 100 bottles at all good druggists E n Splcer General Manager The Paracamph Com parry Louisville KyU Sr A PublicSalean Property As Excutor of the will of the late John F Gribbms I will offer for sale piiblicJohn F Gribbins about three miles from Springfield Ky on the dirt road leading from LT Spaldings at 10 oclock a mo Tuesday October 171 905 The folowing described property The farm containing about 104 acres with good improvements and in a good state of farm con tains some fine tobacco land Three cows and 1 calf 2 yearling heifers 25 hogs 1 horse 25 sheep 1 buggy and harness 1 road wagon ana plow gear and other farming implements 16 bushels of rye about 600 bushels of corn and household and kitchen furni ture If the farm is not sold it wilt be rent ed for the year 1906 to the highest and best bidder Terms made known on day of sale G W COCANOUGHER Executor the will of J F Gri- bbinsNa T LA andIStock Sale Tuesday October 3 f t 05 Having decided to quit I WrightfarmpropertyOne old Elizabethtown road and Loretto and St Rose pike known as the homestead of Blandford about iive miles from Springfield This land is in a high state of cultivation seven acres good tobacco land good dwelling souse and barn good orchard 100 bearing trees I will also probably offer my home place for sale This farm contains 10 acres and is known as the Morgan Wright farm StockTwo 2yearoW horse mules well broke 2 yearling horse mules six colts 4 mares and two horsestwo safe harness mares one work horse one cow and Calf steers three yearling heifers two yearling steers five steer calves four hogs FARMING IMPLEMENTS One binder one drill plows two wagons gearing and numerous other articles I will also offer for sale three acres of tobacco on stick and in barn Terms made known on day of sale RP BLANDFORD 44up S M Campbell Auctioneer Tobacco Farm For Sale We have for sale a Farm near Suth erlands mill Washington county containing 50 acres Farm has on it a 4 room house stock barn good orchard well Fifteen acres of can be put in tobacco next year Farm also tobacco barn and sticks sufficient and is well fenced Will be sold at sat particularsS H WEEKLY tf W T COMSTOCK Springfield Market LfieIkcswax2le Butter 15c to lOc per ixmjiiL Chlokoiwilens 8c Spring raSc Dried apples Sc pound Dncks8o lair pound Corn MoaJ 75o to jwr bushel EKKS HO per dozen Fepthor 4lo per iwund FIonrdQto 3 Ginseng per pound Grain Wjo r corn roc Oats flick Green 8Hc to lie Lard 12Hc per pound Linio to Sloo pur barrel dill products Bran Sloo shipstuff J130 per 100 pounds PotatoesCountry Wo OnlonsSlOO Saltr514S and S18S porl nrrol Turkey ti or pound Tallow iwr pound Vlncjarc to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and tfreasy HKcdenr of CTlauun tub wnulinil =Country Sorghum I5c to 60c Geose40c a twice Oulon SUBSCNIBERS FREE COLUMN C L Grundy Springfield R F D No1 has for sale registered Short horn cow and calf H F Litsey i R F D No4 has for sale four sows and pigs t Springfieldwheat and two No1 good mares 500bushelsMrs Sue Knott Route A has for sale CountyMembeltwo milch Bows eighteen stock shoats and nine to s baledhay Mr H S JLitsey Route 4 has for sale sixteen nativebred ewes Mrs Laura Vest Springfield has for salea good mulch cow a i frr m heifer that will be resh in March 45 t i DR MILES AutiPath Pilla amw rs Dr Miles Anti Pal rills Cure HeadacheAl- most instantly and leave no bad- effects They also relieve every other pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pain Sci AguePainsDizzinessNervousness UiI1sA11 Nerve Pain weakeninginfluenceoverexertion heat intense mental effocolds indigestion or any cause that depressesexcites or agitates the nerves So sensitive are tfifey that the least pressure or strain causes suffering By sooth ing strengthening and quieting the nerves Dr paintzIbox tinder a guarantee that the first box will benefit or monejc refunded Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO Efthart mad PUBLIC SALE s OP Land n Stock Wednesday October 4 1905 beJrinningFenwick offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described land and stock LANDOur farm known as the Cocanougher farm situated 4 miles west of Mack yule and 7 miles east of Springfield containing 440 acres This farm with the exception of about 15 acres of good timber land is in a high state of cultivation housetenementand all other necessary outbuildings Farm is one half mile from schoolhouse and three fourths of a mile from store and postoffice Has excellent fruit of all itanimprovedinfarm two miles west of Mackville known as the CaL Shewmaker farm This farm contains 273 acres and is in good state of Cultivation 30 acres timber land remainder in grass This farm has on it a good twostory dwelling goodstock and tobacco barnstobacco barn will house 8000 pounds of tobacco Farm is- well watered and will make a desirable home Good orchard close to schooL About 75 acres strong tobacco land STOCKSix mules 1 heavy work horse 2 harness horses 2 combined mares 2 brood mares 4 two vearold geldings 2 yearling fillies 3 suckling colts 7 milch cows 5 two cnrold heifers 1 short twoyearold steerS yearling steers 4 calves lot of brood sows Farm Implements Etc largelowswheatlotTERMSThe land will be sold for onethird cash and the due in 1 2 3 and 4 years Bankable notes will be required or purchasers and interest must be paid annually On live stock etc all sums under 5 cash over that amount on a credit of six propertyNotesinterestSM CJl1PBELLJ N Bowles Sons t Special Summer Excursions VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL H RAILROADTO Ca11forniaCo1oradoAnd UPORTLANDOREGONbCh IIIA7 SPECIAL REDUCED RATES Very low oneway and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low roundtrip- cotes to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma on the first and third Tuesdays of each monthiOnly Line Running Through Personally Coadicted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California ArizoniatNew Mexico and Texas Write the undersigned for Literature pn California Vii Bookkt Description of Southern Lands FWHARLOW G At IT- w